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

 - Class of 1953

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It Mllii Ml And As Photographed By The Tower Staff And Reported By Mr. John Philibert, Fathers' Club President THE MOUNT SAINT JOSEPH HIGH SCHOOL BALTIMORE 29, MARYLAND vw Z4 full zwzwe .1 a4!1e!wewaz'. ugg-new x ,,,,5.,w-'W -:' 'F u . N, 1-15: :..:., V . M Msg 'lb-... My .g TOOK ME T0 A SUBURB I Drove Out Frederick Avenue, Following The Route Of The all 8 Trolley To My Destination . . YO. "X" HAVEN-VVhere weary motor men fortiticd themselves against the energy of youth. 0li.IlELlTlVIE AHEAD - This view of Irvington through the car window readies Nlountmen for another school day. . A r , . H. f 4 A QSM! , . Z' . 2.-'ez ' "-dl. ', f'.. W l -' wtf'.M,.5l2ff,f IN BALTIMORE We ...ssl .as-wNifl4ZW""" ...uf swf' - ..,,. AMI LIAR SIUHTS-As the Fred: erick Ave.:YaIe A v e n u e Street sign is viewed atop of the popular identitica: tion of Mt. St. Joseph Col: lege, teen:age pride surges, talk quickens, and the tempo of life speeds up. In a few moments the noisy crowd, impressively curi: ous about tinished assign: ments, moves in concert past the pillared gate down the treezlaned drive to classes. As I Drove On Campus, Students 766 70-402 CAUGHT LAND Roumed The Grounds, The Buildings Were Old And Comfortable. MARKS-These three impressions color my memory of my tirst visit to Mt. St. Joseph: tirst, 'l' h e T 0 w e r, glimpsed in the dis: tance and then heauti: fully striking up close: s e c 0 nd , St. Joseph, school patron, quiet and impressive in the very center of the school c a m p u s 3 and third, the smiles and goodznntured banter: ing of the bookzladen student groups. ,V tx 'Nas' H., Q Q9 -Q 'L :ff-ai fy xv .Q-'N u Sig ui K . . s .. 0'- Qwk ag, 'mw2l'fK "iSmm?i1'5f' Ngmfvwsx I M MYSELF KNOWN T0 The Headmaster Briefed Me On The Teachings A'l'Hl.l2'l'lC DIRECTOR -- Brother Behind This Organization FIRST CONTACT-Brother Placi: dus, the Headmaster, wel: comes the visitor and out: lines for him the policy and spirit of Mt. St. Joseph. Ricardus, veteran director and former coach, master: minds the complex athletic programs which cover lo sports. PROCURATOR - Brother Fabian, purchasing agent, handles all house needs, controls general maintenance and is responsible for the physical plant. RESIDENT DIRECTOR - Brother L il m b e r t , combination counselor, sports director, and prefect, coordinates a balanced schedule for some l00 Resident Students. THE POWERS THAT BE Br. Austin Br. Benjamin Br. Bernardus Br. Aquinas Br. Arthur Br. Aubin Br. Camillus Br. Campion Br. Casimir Br. Celestine Br. Clarence Br. Cletus Br. Colombiere Br. Connor Br. DePaul Br. DeSales Br. Dismas Br. Dominic 9 hztxt' high mm':tl :tml t'tlttt:ttimi:tl st:tml:n'tls :tml Iiztw quzilihvtl lm' tht-ii work hs svn-l':ll xt-:us ol tspvrit-mt' :tml stitch in tht' Ulllltillltlllill fit-itl. lt':tclt'ls. who uuuh :ithlc-tit tc-sims. prvlt-tt rluhs. mtl :ut :ns iiimlt-i:ttm's lm Hlltrllls :tttixitit-s. Brutlit-rs t'2ll't'llllll olmst-iw ltcsliiiiztii stuclctits with it-g:u'tl to tht-ii' xztriutis tanlcnls. t'll2ll'2lt'lt'l'- :slits :mtl zthililivs, :tml thus :ire zthlt- to iiizlkt' twrx cllrnl to tliziiiiivl thc-in into 'mths which will ht- ul tht- giczttt-st ht-nt-lit to thcm in tht' Intuit-. 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Louis Charles CLUB MODERATOR - Brother Colombiere, Director of the Mothers' and Fathers' Clubs, Gym Drive Pro: motor, and organizer of Parochial Basketball League here takes a mo: ment's timezout to relax. FACULTY RECORDS CONTROL CliN'l'lfR-Our visitor catches the Prefect of Studies, Brother Cyril, surrounded with schedules and courses. listening indulgently to some parent's puzzling explana: tion of her son's recent absence. Br. Loyola Br. Maximus Br. Luanus Br. Nilus Br. Marcellus Br. Patrick OFFICIAL DUTY-Headmaster. Brother Placidus, here performs one of his joyous duties, ac: cepting in the school's name from sports writer, Murray Wieman, the Evening Sun Trophy, emblematic of the MSA Basketball Championship. ,av-"N, V' K Br. Paulus Br. Philip Br. Placid Br. Romuald Br. Sidney Br. Simon 7fze0z filed Pnovmfn vim Cl IIZR-Mr. John Plevyak, veteran lay comniercial in structor, keeps alert to in- sure the proper balancing of Iedgers. ACTIV l'l'Y MEN-The occasion is the liraduation Ball at the Sheraton:BeIvedere, when Senior Prexy, Joe Dorsey, offers a parting class gift to Senior Activities' Mod: erator, Brother Marcellus. COACH-Mr. Vic Wojcihovski, coach of the MSA Basket: ball Champions. enjoys a brief moment of spotlight at gym rally. CHAPLAIN-Father lflavian, new: ly assigned Passionist Fa: ther, addresses an audito: rium gathering at the start of Lent. INFORMATION Br. Urban Francis Br. Walter Br. Zachary Mr. J. Plevyak Mr. V. Wojcihovski Mr. S. Zaleski Mrs. J. Finnegan Mrs. J. Kettering Mother Aurelia Sr. Clarita Sr. Constantina Sr. Dietgcra Sr. Donwina Sr. Facundina Sr. Jakobina I3 7a Gel' THE FlAVOR OF MY Scluml was lu'u' In llu', I llzul l0l'gHllt'lI llu' Sfillllll ul llu' lu'lls llu' SlX'lll rush ol ltlllglllllg buys :us clauses t'll2lllgL'll. llu' Illlllllllillltt' ul IDIUIIIS. llu' t'XtIll'llll'lll ul .l lunluluy .us :umm ul IIN running l2lt'l'tl llllfillgll llu' rlzlsws. l was out ul xlcp. znul lm' Ivan' ol lacing lilvlanllx swc'pl :slung In llu' Wltlllg clauses, l loilvlccl uulsulm' llu' lval lllllllllllg. lfliillllx. noisy. juslling Inns lllIlllt'll ln, casting nu' no num lll.lIl tl 4lIllUllS Qllllllth llUlKl'Xl'li. mu' lllflllglllllll lcllvllnzul. noting my llt'l'lJlt'Xlll. xuluuu'1'l4'ml his lI5SlNlllllll'. 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ASSIGNMENT it qs ,Il H 0 N 0 R E D li U E S T-Nlayor CRAMMINU - Junior Prexy, Jay Arnold, Thomas D'Alessandro, ar: and Wayne Morrison collaborate on dent promoter of educa: the night's assignment as .SA tion, here congratulates the thumbs a few quick pages. Mount on the occasion of the groundzbreaking cere: monies for the new gym: nasium. LONUA FUN-A gym dance social becomes a real social mixer as Bill Federline and Bernie 0 Donnell gladly goin their dates in the rhythmic step. l Wundered About The Campus 5E?5f??f-'FREE 35 , '?55?fi'fA 0 , v X .. ,W X, N, Q Q Aa W fniw :::, .....,. ...... :..QQ:-. , Em 4 i 1 5 -. 1 LJ X wi 5 Q ww gap . 1 ami. :. if . S-. a y it h S vs is 5 iff, ,,.,..: . f H? i -2--'-' i K - 5 if X A S K Q QW Q R X 2 5 g . X Q 41 ' Vi g i WE Q ig W 2 Nwk i , fiwmw at 3 . . . gg wiwmiwis - My Mwxasw , WM, as 3 C Q ,null v,,+ i Q 3 Q s Q 'NA A A 5 i ii - Q-M5 Y X ,W Nz ww ,mmf HQSKQT Q gi x it as 5 INN 53 -fig. X . aff 5 Y Qs .ws 'F www Q. Q .4 M gk Nh A . ix., W K QV' 'SEI TQ S Q NEVVS SCOOP-Reporters, Martin Castle, Orville Harrison, Jim Stout, Owen Harrison and Ron Colbourn, are right on the job covering the inside story of biology's prize exhibit. REALLY SOLID!-Brother Sidney, math instructor, brings imaginary figures to earth as Joe Madden, Andre Calas and Hubbard Volenick seem a bit quizzical. SPEED TRAP-Al Ackerman is all deep concentration behind the lens as he t moves in to pin down a cavorting protozoa. TRICK PHOTOGRAPHY-As physics instructor, Brother Romuald, touches upon a few basic qualities of reflection work, staff photographer, Bob Holland, adds a feature novelty. ENLARGED WITH All THEIR ACTIVITIES DISC JOCKEY-Linguist Ollie Mattson spins a few French sides for surprised fans, Ed Wil: hourne, Frank Lombardo and Lloyd Tucker. MAC-NA CAFTA FOP NEWS-Draft-conscious seniors, Ed Stevens, Tom Schwarzkopf, and Joe Madden study earnestly the reaction of their new Commander: inxtlhief. TROUBLE SPOTS-Tension in a disturbed world seems to be a mutter of little moment to Brother Jordan's history class. PAPER WORK-Interpreting English Au: thors can be a trying pastime as Ruddy Oduber, Bernard Ziehron, and Ed Budreski discover. 76 pdde THEY SET WAS i E wr-.Qpdm D .v, x gi. Q ,F ,L 'LZ - .Y xii is 'rf Nwvwv. X W www 1 i 5 -at ,-Q 'i .42 .gwgW9, 1 .bi is kiss ,. hwy gg-1 u 0 :wQ.w V - K' Q-my V , Q4 Az , KH? fm -M, I 'K Mr 1 :QQ gm ik Sm PQ m as " 15 . Y 'N Q K . N 'Q' 'LE K Ai ai va' 1 Q. W Nl'Vllil. 7!L6fL9 SEEMED T0 BE A DEFINITE lnullu-1 lm: llmmu :xml lux millet- lil-ltlltl group welt- lu nmlrlc- lm llu- nuxrzllc- lJUsIl'lN cluring lllt' loollmll season. llllwi lmnlllrym-:lx lllt'll lcznnccl how lu operate lIIllllCOgl'1lllll. tlbllI'hlUllli'll'l :xml Zllltllllg lllgullllws an we-ll as Slt'lltlllllQ lllc llnkclx. mlzulwlx ul lllc- lfIJt'lK'lllt'liN wan' miulc lay junior :mil Nlllllll lXlllNlN llllllt'l' ilu' clm-clmn nl lim. l.cu lmmls zlml Nlr. lulm llll'XX1llx1 ilu' lnllvx :nlxu lcuullcw Nllfbllll-llltl .mil lf? llllI1JlN Zlllll Nt'lllUlS, li l7lNliliRS-The book is open, the clock is set, and away go the typ: ists, lierald Sleater, lid Slunt, Hub: hard Volenick, Jim Kelly, Bernie Karpers, Joe Madden and Ken Sprankle, to the sharp tempo of chattering keys. lmuklxcwpillg, INE MEN - Stencils, addressographs, a n d adding machines domi: nate the lives of Larry Knott, Bob Franz, and Joe Snyder in the 0fficefPractice detail. PLAN T0 THEIR ACTIONS PFRFECT HOSTS - Negative Team of Warren Donahue, George Nellies, and Joe Madden move to reopen their discussion with the Institute of Notre Dame. ALLWINI ELOCUTIONISTS - Prexy AI Cashour eagerly congratulates Joe Garvey, No. tlj man as speech di: rector, Brother Campion, and fel: low candidates Joe Madden, Mau: rice Bursey, Ed Gorman, Warren Donahue, Bob Ichniowski, Joe Phili: bert, Paul Figinski, and George Nel: lies join him in the spotlight. SPILI-CH MAKERS - Debating Coach, Brother Campion, is tianked by team members: Joe Garvey, George Nellies, Joe Madden, Warren Dona: hue, Joe Philibert tAmerican Legion City and State Winner! and Jim Dougherty. IEIOLIICI' cilllllllitlllih potential Hllxsttls h ul I snttuslnl st ls with a six win. eight loss, one tit lu: 4 It their Inst two encounters to Institntt ol No St High. They Imouncccl hzicla heating L tthohc High intl Iowan Catholic, hut blllfflllllilillg to Mt. St Xgits Loyola. Opening thc second rount Loyola, hut Clzilvcrt Hall. City, und Wil St X11 in c before the Mount tlebatcrs. The win over Clutholic' High and 21 Ions to Notlt Ilnnt ol Nl nxI intl I 2I AND I USE THE WORD "ACTION" ADVISEDLY ii 'land' SN,-XPPY STIIPPIZRS - Mount Crusaders swing along in smart style as parade marshals, Brothers Hilaire and Patrick, set the march: ing rhythm for the Rally. CSMC FITTING CLIMAX -- CSMC Prexy, Mark Baden, here receives from His Excellency Arch: bishop Keough, the Paladin Jewel Medal at the Crusade Rally in recognition of his earnest leadership in mission activities. fllgkllllllllltlll :Incl ZIQIIXIIX lllJll'IiL'lI the Clrllsaulc xczn' ol 233. 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SUPPLY LINE-Ed Moses, Bernie 0'Don: nell, Hubbard Volenick, Mark Ba-- den, Jack Spence, Jim Davis, and Joe Stoetzer with their collected medical supplies provide the target for newsman, Tom Schwarzkopf. 3,45 My-nv'RE.""Q3 ...I 1 ::, -1. ' , iwwng, ' "M" an f s ff-Q if 1 xpx ,ivlg 1 7 X X QA , 1. ....-' ., ..A.,.,., M ,L if L WJ , up LJ My 1-v-"it I 1 L . Qt. iw c Q ., K f QNX l A i '- Q, .. 'E N K K may L Afxk QM ' " .x Q 3 Lg K. kx'. Y ,, +--N ,N - ' -W , J A" 1 N An K , s5'i?f'gW ,wyiffk if 5' Q 6+ wal ,gg ,ggsih W his w gisf 55 5 X' 'Z'WN Qf - i M , N48 K W HH g . X, ,M 1 ' 1 lik" was 25 Slggfigb, xi QQ g MQ :Ziyi +11 Ly- A ,WX Q 54-J S , K K f i iw' ,waswb ' wp A Wag N' tsl' N5 bl y X 36.3 A -x k X wx wi 'g"'?"'x 'Q' an :EI NW v Q .51 25 J .X , V wkixky .L git wr . ,Q H- X ff im 2 . wx 4 ,Lf iw, Gxng fr 5: Q-I N? "4 Qg,g,75?.T '. 'Hz - 2 ini' al? W 4- 24 faezh 1ou11111.111s11c EFFORTS ,. H . .. . . ,. . lllc fllllll ClUl'Nlll just llillJlJt'll. lz1gl11 lIllll'S ll ll'2ll'. 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'l'l1c- 5021135 work is c'11l111111z11c1l 111 thc t'0UlJl'l'2llCll pm- 1l111-111111 ol' thc lJl'llC-lN'llIlllllg Uhlfllllll 'lkwwc-1"' ycz11'l1o11k. w1'1ltc11 lit tllc "Quill" sl:1Il, I111:111c'L'cl by tlu' YB liusiucss stall, zuul I11'1111g'l11 to l1Ic ln thc- sl111Llc1'-s11z1pp111g1 ol Ilia' ll2ll'lil'O0lll ll0C'lllIlClll2llil c'1'cw lllNlCl' the jllllll llll'Ct'llUll ol lll'Ullll'l'S xxlllllll :1111l lllllilll l'1':1111'1s. PRESS CONTEST-"Quill" staffmen, J. Stricker, W. Smith, B. Holland, and E. NlcCurley, study the "HaIl". HELDOVER-Jay Arnold, Dan Schneider, Joe Klingmeyer, Joe Green, and John Frick are '54 newsmen. TRAVELERS-Combined staffs start year with comention at Villanova. YB TYPlSTS-S. Wise, B. Karpers, B. Popera, A. Acker: man and G. Hand worked. CONVENTION STRATEGY--YB moderator, Brother Urban Francis, coordinates Phil Bannon's photo:plans with moderators, Brothers Aubin and Joseph, as Ralph Lightner, Joe Beavan, Jack Spence, Charles Markie: wicz, Charles NlcCurley, and Bob VVitt listen in. X vm Q! E wgm ,' 3 3' 1 Ri : ,--" i -f er..- .' -,-: - , 3 Q5 ' 1 'paws if FW E K y z X K - .J NWN r A is U A, In vm X .5 1 ::. I: A .. w . 55 Q 1 .52 Q WX Q Q sz X 13? 3 'X 5215! wassu- ,,.......-W-amanww ,gram-... QM IEARLY ARRIVAL - Joe McCormick at work in the new locker room near the Trophy Case gets organized for the day's French work. LUNCH CHIECKER-Brother Arthur counts PEP RALLY-The more than one thousand off the cost for Monday's hot tray students gather in the lower court: ns Tom Franz waits for the tally. yard in a familiar sport scene as Frank Curran handles a pre:game booster program. MORNING RUSARY - Constant members of the morning Peace Rosary, stu: dent-led in school chapel each morning at 8:25, were lieorge Horn, lid Moses, and John Dunworth. M I WAS 0N T0 SOMETHING 'lu- Qi. if ':- ,my 1 c X I NE Y X2 Am Q CLASS - IC TOP ROW lleft to rightj-John Meeks, James Carey, David Roeder, Richard Wag: ner, Donald Snyder, Edward Schumacher, Robert Doran, Philip Hyde, Howard Buff: ington, Leo Trageser, Albert Wilson, Fran: cis Coolerly. SECOND ROW-Donald Hauf, Walter Bernadzikowski, Herbert Saflield, Kirk Wooley, Kenneth Rafferty, William O'Byrne, Warren Donohue, James Doherty, Joseph Brendel, Edward McDon: nell, Joseph Combs, Stephen Schulmeyer. FIRST ROW-Walter liruzs, Michael Oles, Richard Anderson, Richard Krebs, Ronald Maher, Brother Dismas, Robert Semies, John Clark, Jerome Beck, Joseph Pitta, Joseph lfastner. 28 CLASS - lA LAST ROVV qleft to rightj-Michael Dile lon, Joseph Skudrna, William Bienert, Ber: nard Jacunski. THIRD ROW-John Wood: ward, Frederick Weinberger, Leo Kossa, Robert Miller, Brian Flynn, John tiegner, Frederick Gilbart, Daniel Stanton, Charles Brown, Paul Holmes, Maurice Bursey, Al: bert Muehlberger, Joseph Ruppert. SEC: OND ROW-William Zinkand, Joseph Ahern, John Sohn, John Neiberding, Wayne Ray, Andrew Long, John Alloway, John Wascavage, Thomas Roeder, Kenneth Lewis, Donald Vincent, Thomas Livingston, Robert lchniowski. FIRST ROW-Albert Spahn, John Scaldara, Raymond Short, Patrick Perry, John Reynolds, Brother Francis Joseph, Patrick Cullen, John Fis: her, Edward German, Anthony Macola, Richard Mainville. CLASS - IB TOP ROW fleft to right!-Daniel Ziolkow: ski, John Quirk, Michael Cook, Albert Cochran, William Rielly. THIRD ROVV- Thomas Fulton, John Holtgrefe, Joseph Mariello, James Perleth, Joseph Bosley, Patrick Gilmore, Frederick Buettner, Hen: ry Voelker, Wade Hobbs, Robert Ziolkow: ski, Leo Quinn, John Henn. SECOND ROW - Carl Kunkel, Ronald Barnes, lieorge Stritter, Richard Cooke, Daniel Dean, Jo: seph Stepcich, Richard Buschman, Denis Debus, David Bloomberg, Bernard Jones, Calvin Felthouse, Lawrence Schatz, Thom: as Stegman. FIRST ROW-James Byrnes, Clark Bowie, Anthony Bechler, William Stout, Anthony Cashen, Brother Camillus, Thomas Kenny, Ronald Mason, Thomas Hitselberger, Frederick Simmons, Michael Schmidtman. THE ONES THAT RAN EAGERLY FRESHMEN CHAMPS- Baseball League Champions "IB" are here pictured with Runners:Up "IA" and League Director, Brother Eric. The boys are tKneeling3: Ronald Mason, Clark Bowie, Bill Stout, John Scaldora, Pat Perry, John Nieber: ding. tSecond Rowlz Larry Schatz, Joe Bosley, Tom Hitselberger, Tom Kenney, Dan Ziolkowski, Brother Eric, John Wascovage, Waldeck Mainville, Pat Cullen. tThird Rowj: John Holtgrefe, Joe Stepcich, Tom Stegman, Tim Welsh, Mike Cook, Al Muelhberger, Joe Skudrna, Wayne Ray, Charles Brown, Andy Long, Paul Holmes, Fred Weinber: ger. wma Zzaaah .... CLASS - ID LAST ROW tleft to right!-Troila San: chez, Richard Creamer, Thomas Martin, Louis Baker. THIRD ROW-Jerome Ligh- tel, Charles Rollman, Robert Wells, James O'NeiI, John Schleicher, James Kane. Thomas Neubauer, Luis Pinhiero, Floyd La Belle, Edgar ZCPP, Anthony Rabbit, John Winkler. SECOND ROW-Bernard Pietru: ski, Charles Glorioso, Anthony liazzo, Jo: seph Sanda, Edward Tarleton, William Eikenberg, Robert Borkowski, William Burch, Charles Fitzpatrick, Ferdinand Ja: worski, Thomas Kleintank, Nelson Salas, Thomas Combs. FIRST ROW - Patrick Burns, James Evans, James Murphy, Louis Sniadach, Robert Chearney, Brother Ri- cardus, John Kettering, William Airey, Jerry Marx, Raymond Hartman, William Herberich. CLASS - IE LAST ROW Cleft to rightj-James Donald, Eugene Clarke, Robert Biddison, John Badger, Robert Schultz, Robert McLane, Edward Wolfi, Melvin Pryzbylski. THIRD ROW-Luke Stumpf, Raymond Stefan, Harry Fuller, John Weber, Frank Schmidt, Edward Mack, Victor Dragin, Robert Hol: ler, Jackson Mangus, John Lane, Freder: ick Nowacki, Eugene Branagan, William Rotterman. SECOND ROW-Michael Dorn, Donald Winters, John Geppi, Robert Mi: rando, Peter Slifker, Gordon Walker, Paul Boellner, Ronald Payette, John Brinkman, Donald Fickert, Francis Warthen, Albert Reynolds, William liilner, Francis Lance: lotta. FIRST ROW-Dennis Bahr, Paul Gamber, Charles Sher, Charles Stansbury, John Brown, Brother Luanus, James His: key, Anthony Quigley, James Wilbourne, Robert VVeigman, Patrick Heim. 29 CLASS - IF LAST ROW ileft to right? - Gorman Amoss, Richard Webb, Edward Galbusieri, Paul Plein, Harry DeMoss, Lawrence Wolf, Colin Connor, Franklin Hess, Francis Haas, Norman Grimes, Raymond Moran. SEC: OND ROW-William Garvey, Donald Ma: ith, George Fleckenstein, Michael Dietz, Milton Hipsley, Joseph Aiello, John Hand: ley, Henry Carle, James Moore, Robert Nichols, Thomas DeBrouse, William Gray, Robert Dillon. FIRST ROW - Melvin Maurer, William Hudson, Gilbert Ziemski, Donald Thompson, Dennis Hudson, Brother Patrick, Eugene Rottmann, John Hodges, William Norris, Frank Angelozzi, George Ogle. CLASS - IG BACK ROW lleft to right!-Kenneth Dig: gins, Thomas Duck, James Brookhart. THIRD ROW-Donald Lundy, Paul Barnes, Alex McCarthy, Kenneth Trapp, David AI: pigini, James Miller, Robert Vacek, An: thony Savalina, Francis Linsenmeyer, John Frazier, William Clarke. SECOND ROW- John Iireftle, Robert Thompson, Thomas Hosza, Francis Shene, Francis Wall, Nor: man Ripley, David Morrison, Gerard Shns: ter, John Silvestri, Jerome Tarleton, Rob: ert Trimper, Francis Dillinger. FIRST ROW-John Poetzel, Ralph Cavaliere, Robert McNaney, William Kreiner, Edward McNally, Brother Edgar, Emil Hartman, John Fisher, Harvey Marshall, Thomas Lynch, Louis Jones. ,nf THE ANGLE SEEKERS CLASS - IH LAST ROW tleft to right!-Francis White, John Love. THIRD ROW-Walter Marsig: lia, Francis Kelley, Louis Hladky, Anthony Andrews, William Peacock, John Sapp, Frank Richmond, James Brooks, James Graves, Richard Kearney, John Doherty, William Diehlmann. SECOND ROW -- Charles Smith, James Cain, Donald Poole, Kenneth Hartman, Richard McCully, Ross Curro, William Thompson, Joseph Jones, Daniel Novak, Victor Warch, Frank Bell, William Willenburg, James Hungelmann. FIRST ROW - James Holland, Stephen Bernhardt, Anthony Carozza, Warner Quick, Joseph Chalkley, Brother Austin. Gerald Abrecht, Paul Ward, Ramon Ber: nardini, John Donohue, Robert Dovell. PERIOD-With the coming of spring, the pool has plenty of fans as this picture proves. Recognized here are: Phil Hyde, Warren Donahue, James Carey. IDENTIFIED THE .... CLASS-ZA TOP ROW tleft to right!-John Hefner, Nelson Macher, Casimir Burchmcki, Alfred Miller, Robert Vaeth, John Thomas, Don: ald Deinlein. THIRD ROW-Robert Ma: ranto, Robert Peterson, John Carper, Jo: seph Vinci, Robert Miller, Ronald Stefan, Andrew Blasco, Paul Kreiner, Richard Erl: beck, Paul Figinski, David Gilmartin, Pat: rick Carberry. SECOND ROW - Richard Hoffman, James Slifker, Edward St. John, Robert Lentz, Donald Madden, Theodore Lewandowski, John Erdman, Joseph D'AIe: sandro, James Stadter, Charles Currier, Robert Davis, Edwin Kucharski, Charles Allen. FIRST ROW-William Dignan, Donald Woytowitz, Robert Eisenzopf, Ray: mond Haney, Joseph Ciurca, Brother Co: Iomhiere, Anthony Fino, Walter Johnson, George Kilduff, Edward Gorman, Robert Ruckle. CLASS-2B TOP ROW tleft to rightb-Roger Windsor, Felix Hein, Milton lihivizzani, Donald Grif: tin. THIRD ROW-Joseph Cook, Frank Mernaugh, William Howser, Robert Hay: nie, John Donohue, Joseph Lally, William King, William Mathai, Thomas McCann, Daniel Di Pietro, James Allen. SECOND ROW-Walter Malczewski, Frank Ziberon, William Paynter, John Dietz, Cornelius Carmody, Richard Sullivan, John Fitzsim: mons, Donald Colimore, Emmett Melia, Charles Sikorsky, Joseph Phebus, William Burke. FIRST ROW-Albert Slomba, George Hunt, Louis Lolly, Michael Gravatt, William Kirby, Brother Eric, Joseph Von: dracek, Frank Mullen, Charles Fertitta, Thomas Prete, Roger Davis. MISSING- Hugh Brookhart, John Leahey. CLASS-ZC TOP ROW fleft to right!-Fred Adkins, Richard Sneeringer. THIRD ROW- Frank Adam, Melvin Dotterweich, John Conroy, Mark DeFrances, John Larkin, Thaddeus Zacharski, Clyde Smith, Francis Rosenthal, John Popovich, Jerome Figiel, Carroll Tayman. SECOND ROW-Robert Donnelly, Joseph Wojciechowski, Michael Tully, Claude Bernier, Robert Szulczewski, Donald Potter, Carroll Grace, Richard Sisolak, Carlos La Madrid, Donald Rixham, Gilbert llembeck, Gordon England, Law: rence Burton. FIRST ROW-Gerald W'iI: liams, .lohn Walsh, Bernard Ritterpusch, Edward McCubbin, Edgar Ebberts, Brother Ile Paul, Michael Karpers, Lawrence Karl, William Dovell, .lohn Finnegan, Angelo Faraone. BUT THEY SUPPORTED THE yi, .J M , V ,qlaghkx-xugtv ,. - 1 ,,,,,..,, . ,, . . '- 'ra , 'ly 'y',- I "',!'f,,x- X Q- 'fre V -v, UM ma , ,,,....,, M'-fm V "'9Z"- uf.. ,mm N we Saw CLASS-2D BACK ROW fleft to rightj-Ralph Gon: zalez, Donald Budacz, Frederick Maisel, Richard Melody. THIRD ROW-Louis Volkmann, Donald Coolahan, Frank Luber, Thomas Kohlhepp, George Roehre, Elmer Jones, Bernard Dukes, Bernard Brady: house, Donald Cox, Sal Zanghi. SECOND ROW-Marshall Blum, Carroll Golszewski, John Stumpf, Louis McClain, Ferdinand Napfel, Herbert Small, Daniel Thomas, William Naughton, William Martel, Louis Fischer, Joseph Sorrentino, Kenneth Baur, Thomas Zissimos. FIRST ROW-Eugene Daly, Francis Lorenz, Charles Lansinger, Donald Price, Jerome Dyba, Brother John, Thomas Bushman, Michael Goonan, Philip Wagner, Russell Culotta, Gerald Foley. CLASS - 2E TOP ROW tleft to right!-John Schatz. Charles Wise, James Kahler, Donald Su: lewski. THIRD ROW-Michael Bourne, George Loeblein, Hugh Brown, Al Walker, Paul Rosky, John Miller, William Cherry, John Newton, George Ochs, Thomas Mor: rison. SECOND ROW-Richard Melfa, Joseph S c h m i t t , Martin Wrzesinski, Thomas Bell, Anthony Palasik, Robert Mc- Connell, Luis Casacuberta, Robert Gallizzo, Robert Oleszczuk, Fernando Gonzalo, Jo: seph Krolicki, Robert Hudek. FIRST ROW -Alberto Tucker, Anthony Constantino, Roland Chambers, Richard Stoetzer. Steven Mrozinski, Brother Louis Charles, Harry Schmidt, Thomas Egan, George Young, Donald Lucassen, Fred Czarra. ss V- . . - "fi ---J: X f v- F' --af as 4, ,vm fs W W - -- "TOWER" BETTER THAN EVER YB BACKERS-Here are part of the more than l00 sophomore yearbook buy: ers, 4First Rowjz Dan DiPietro, James Allen, Don Price, Ed Gor: man, Tony Fino. tSecond Rowjz Bill Solomba, Hugh Brown, Tony Palasik, George Hunt, Charles Sik: orski. fThird Rowjz Ed Stoetzer, Martin Wrezinski, Bill Hawser, Bill Walker, Ed St. John, Al Miller. CLASS-ZF BACK ROW tleft to right!-Bernard Hobbs, Walter Dunsmore, Robert Lewis, Thomas White, Stephen Sikorski, Augus: tus Wurtzer. THIRD ROW-William Dauses, John Fellows, Francis Long, An: thony Seifert, John McLaughlin, James Strigle, Edward Schmedes, Donald Schatz, Joseph Dickey, Fred Strauss, Lawrence Fangmann. SECOND ROW-John Kot: chenreuther, Joseph Speca, Joseph Galiano, Bernard Trapani, Albert Jahnigen, Edward Mehl, William Sipes, Joseph D'0nofrio, Thomas Wessel, Robert Mayr, Fred Quoss, Richard Lanham, Bernard Smith. FIRST ROW-Thomas Schmidt, Joseph Kraus, Barclay Scott, Frank Novak, Donald Ste- vens, Brother Sidney, Rohert Regula, Frank Culotta, Howard Poole, William Hartel, James Gary. CLASS-2G BACK ROW tleft to rightl-John Pfeiffer, William Block, Ronald Kelley, Richard Tavik. THIRD ROW-Ross Smith, Thomas Chaney, Charles Weidenhoft, William Cashour, Edward Mick, John Stumpf, John Mulcahy, William Buczkowski, Joseph Latchford, William Poland, Thomas Shaw. SECOND ROW-Earl Capp, Edward Crew. Francis Robinson, James Toohey, Lawrence Paluskievicz, Donald Clarke, Sidney Rene: han, George Baker, Ronald Levasseur, Charles Kreuder, Thomas 0'Brien. Gerald Burns. FIRST ROW-Joseph Crocetti, George Dilli, John Hazel, Lawrence Dono: hue, Gerard Azzaro, Brother Jordan, John Faidley, Frank Sullivan, Lawrence Rey: nolds, John Sobus, Edward Rebbert. CLASS - SA LAST ROW qleft to right!-Donald Hein: lein, Daniel Heisey, Thomas Peters, Gerald Sleater. THIRD ROW-Frank Amoss, Charles Darby, Joseph Green, Robert Heard, Bernard O'Donnell, Robert Wolski, David Gray, Francis Neumann, Joseph Hu: ber, William Wilson, Patrick Riley. SEC: OND ROW-Edward Slunt, John Schrue- fer, Andrew Endres, Charles Nason, Daniel Schneider, Joseph Klingmeyer, Wayne Morrison, George Nellies, Joseph Philibert, Bernard Karpers, Jay Arnold, Richard Kinline. FIRST ROW-Simon Oduber, Philip Hayes, Conrad Dorn, Joseph Mildens berger, Edward Neal, Brother Aquinas, Richard Sniadach, Albert Rykiel. Louis Winkelman, Joseph Cayer, Marion Vetri. CLASS-.EB BACK ROW tleft to rightj-Albert Bai: kauskas, Gregory Hand, Howard Nichols, Ronald Babkoff. THIRD ROW-Carl Am: rien, Ronald Sacker, Paul Fleckenstein, Michael Mugler, Harry Gilner, John Grif: tin, Raymond Chesonis, Claude Andrews, Norman Hannon, Frank Wasiuk, Graham Cusic. SECOND ROW-Walter Ford, Jo: seph Mascari, Benedict Popera, Robert Das, Charles Pfannenstiel, Michael Anus- zewski, William Herr, Leo Romeo, Herbert Salas, Victor Warner, Walter Allen, Don: ald Merrick. FIRST ROW-Charles Ma: thews, Charles Reichenberg, David George, Francis Skarupa, Sterling Wise, Brother Henry, Clayton Reott, William Lotz, Robert Donati, Joseph Garvey, William Garvey. THE QUIET BACKERS WITH A LAUGHING JUNIORS - These studious scholars are part of the more than 150 Junior backers of the Mount Tower. QFront Row, l. to rj: John Holt, Tom Hisky, Joe Ehart, Jim Dunn. QSecond Rowbz Bob Wolski, Ed Schreier, Greg Hand. George Nellies, Joe Bisker, Bernard Kar: pers, John McTernan, John Russell, Dan Janowiak, Bob Roberts. tBack Rowj: David George, Ron Sacher, Ed Slunt, and Mike Haske. DIGNITY OF THEIR OWN CLASS-SC BACK ROW ileft to right!--Richard Sch: mitt, William McKenna, Joseph Vicini, Richard Turek, Dennis McGuire, Eugene Nieberlein, Joseph Miller, Vincent Ferrare. THIRD ROW-Felix Rekus. Edward Hall, Giles Sydnor, Vincent Cala, Frank Fafaul, John Ziers, James McNerney, John Tur: ner, Lee Kirtley, Ronald Binetti, John Danahy, Joseph Ehart. SECOND ROW- Kenneth Lee, Donald Dilworth, Carl Bern: hardt, Paul Gorey, William Walter, Charles Nugent, Nicholas Feurer, Harry Walton, Justin Stass, Ronald Schoepflin, John Spence. FIRST ROW-Howard Hick: man, Charles Hock, Raymond Klimovitz, Paul Wright, Charles Horner, Brother Jo: seph, Raymond Keefe, Charles Maenner, Roland Fink, Paul Edgar, John O'Brien. CLASS-3D LAST ROW Qleft to rightj-John Bridges, John Gribbet, John Smith, Joseph Vitek, John Fitch. THIRD ROW-Edward Dab: rowski, Edward Schrier, William Saxon, Robert Walters, Daniel Janowiak, Carmen Papale, John Finnegan, Donald Martin, Eugene Cimarra, Thomas Sullivan, John Dietz, John Holt, Guy Klank. SECOND ROW-Joseph Sullivan, John Russell, Chester Coliell, Thomas Donnelly, Larry Gilhooley, Carlo DaCampo, John Kirby, Thomas Hiskv, Leonard Bednarczyk, John Brynes, Philip Geissler, James Dorsey. FIRST ROW-Gonzalo Suarez, Robert Schuman, Alex Donovan, John Connelly, Donald Darmsteadt, Brother Urban Fran: cis, John Metzler, John Birrane, Anthony Demma, Patrick Renehan, John Duffy. JUNIOR WHEELS-Joe Garvey, Prexy Jay Arnold, Joe Simmons, and Tom Hisky capably handled the two ma: jor issues of the year: Junior Prom and School Rings. , v : :iw ., MW N -.. .. WERE 54 PREXY-John Spence, active Junior CSMC and newlyzelected Unit Pres: ident, is here decorated with the Archbishop Medal by Archbishop Keough for his constant mission activity. f nl ll ll WV CLASS-.KE BACK ROW fleft to right!-Anthony Ra: zauskas, Richard Nevin, Robert Tavik, David Derus, James Dunn. THIRD ROW -Bernard Tribull, Leroy Beck, John Cor: coran, John Shea, Stanley Leonard, Julian Misotti, Charles Frizzera, Stephen Kramer, Thomas Murphy, Francis Lamana, Henry Adelman, Michael Gleason. SECOND ROW -Richard Woodhouse, Francis Martel, John Lindner, Raymond Gasdick, Charles Miller, James Kernan, Paul Schneider, Francis Jacobs, Donald Engles, John Peters, Thomas Duvall, John Gardner. FIRST ROW-Robert Johnson, Donald Houchen, Frederick Muffoletta, John Dougherty, John Doherty, Brothe' Paulus, Stanley Graves, Joseph Bisker, Joseph Lu: cas, John Wilkens, Bernard Binko. CLASS-SF BACK ROW Qleft to right?-Chester Fol- Iin, Robert Fischer, Paul Supik, Frank Kozel, Richard Braungart. THIRD ROW- Weldon Wertz, Francis Butz, Michael Haske, Joseph Pasko, Ronald Whitehurst, Edward Lauttman, Robert Roberts, John Sadler, Clarence Ball, James Welch, Ron: ald Rottman. SECOND ROW-Paul Plant, Thomas O'Neill, Robert Ballantine, Howard Farley, Mathew Carson, Theodore Cox, John McTernan, Albert Smith, George Vyscocil, Ben Mundorf, Richard Ludlam. FIRST ROW-William Gollery, Charles lampieri, VVilliam Fulton, Joseph Peters, John Clark, Brother Leo Francis, Thomas Ralston, William Givens, Bernard Oliver, VVilliam Wladkowski, Samuel Eikelbergfer. ABSENT - Salvatore Centineo, Joseph Biondo, Frank Palumbo. CATONSVILLE LIONS-St. Mark's is quite proud of its social corps of Jack McKenna, John Martin, Dick Braungart, and Joe Vicini here spotlighted with their attractive dates at the Maryland Yacht Club. THE SMILERS--With startled John Vitek are Bernie Dukes, John Welch, and Frank Kozelg the ladies are definitely at their prettiest. BETWEEN DANCES-The "SA" group of Bernard Hein: lein, Phil Hayes, Charles Darby, and Bob Wolski with their pretty partners catch the photographer's eye. WALTZ TIME-ln the swirling crowd familiar faces are those of Joe Krolicki smiling Uus Neal and serious Don Houchen. SOCIALITES-Here grouped on front steps prior to the Junior Prom are com: mittee men. 1First Rowjz Tony Demma, Giles Sydnor, Pat Rene: han, Jay Arnold. fSecond Rowjz Joe Simmons, Bernie 0'Donnell, Joe Green. fThird Rowb: Dick Braungart and Frank Jacobs. 7fLae Men sroon our JOSEPH P. DORSEY: Academic . . . St. l'1'f11I:1 , . . EARL T. HAMPER: Academic . . Sl. li:11l1c1'i111- . 1111111 11111 :11l1I1'I1' VJ111 lux' Ciililll lv P 7 1 2 Q FINAL liA'l'HERlNli-As the '53 Class gathered in the Lyric for their linal perform: ance, Brother Aubin caught the front of the group: J. Bacon, T. Schwarzkopf, R. Nlaenner, R. Halligan, S. Nlancari, Nl. Allen, C. Bacon, 0. liilliece, D. Walsh, C. Mctlurley, and E. Nlcliee. I Q ':" - c .... Sl4fL4Klf'l'.XRY 'l'Rlf.XSl'lQIflQ FRANCIS CURRAN: General , . , SI. liullu-r'im' . OLIVER A. MATTSON: AC3demiC . . . St, K-l12ll'lL's . lla-:uh-:I Ihr Xlvllilllllgltlll Qlmllvw' , . . im l".l!.l. czmrlidzxlc . . "Matt" was 21 nu-mlvcr ul' thc CSXIL' l, 2, .3 , . , Vlzninlf lumi- Yzuwiiy ll'1lL'lx 4 . , . ,IY llzulwtllzlll -l , , . Se-llim'-hlnnim' l'1'w ing zls 11 lnmlnlmy , , , lfnjnyw jittvrlrllggillg . . . liiggcxl tlnill llnumlxlmllm-111x111 . . . l'L-In Rally Xlk . . , 211034 hlllfll 81, Nsllutting his ilrst flu-r :ls il vlllllllll' . . . "Xl'l1:1t ll lif1"' . . . Xlarylanrl l'lllYk'l'4lIj' nvxt . , . lilo Sllllll'l'HK'li l.Jllil', l llil'N villv, N. MARK D. BADEN: Scientific Academic . . . ISXII' I 'I' I'i'vx l liwiri thi I 4' I'i'a-xx -I . liylxi-in l, -3 Il'K'A - . . . A .,' .. liimili' :mil S4-him' K UIIIIIIIIIVVIIIZIII . . . Suu' -' ,, .. , . , . , XII Nlzirxlziiul I . . . lrznvlx 1, .w, 'I . . . lviggwi thrill XKJIN IIVIIIQ l'l'NIlIl'IIl . Ilplu-i' NI:ii'lli.-im, XIJIVXIJIIIII ... PAUL M. BAKER: Commercial . . . Xliiiizif- I1-ry . . . Hllzilwi' pmt.-il xzirxit-y llmlluilllluixitiwii 4 PHILIP T. ABABINON1' Academic . . f S'i.',i.Hq'fiii Xluiizutviy '... IISXII' l'xxlu'rl" . . Vzllwl lhm' .Xrrh rzulilivi .I . . ilX 5H1T1'l'l , . . liltviiixlii-rl iii l'lu-iiiixtiy . . . Ilm-mlm-fl Im liiinlxi . . . QI4 Xiigiixtzi Nw.. JU. RONALD W. BARANOWSKI: General. . . 51 m.iiiiIi'y, xniwily -l :mil trzirlx, xzuxily 3, -I . . . -IX tuutlmll .I Y U . lfzixhis I'liyNiu :url thi' 'llrifliu . . NIU 5. l,:iIwxxui-il .Xxv .... CHARLES A. BAT- TERDEN: Business English . . . Sl. -lwhii lfximi -fvlixt "lI:i1lf' lzixuix Ilillv Xlgix :mil Izuicl 1.1-igh . .ilxxziyx XII-chilli: . . . mclx zi lxii-I-, will ut' Ilimllici' Xillllllilxlx I'lI31IINllt'I1lNN . . . SI1':il4 . . ."'I':1lw:1 kkllilllfl' Inu Ji ltlfmf . . . Il.Ill llmilvxuiml Xiu.. J, . . JOSEPH P. BEAVAN: Scientifc Academic . . . SI. AIZIVIIIIIX ,Y 'A-Im-" xxzugi I.SxIIiIl1l'I1lI'l'1' 1.3. . . :iml ilu- Xlmmt lima-i mpliuii lxirl 3. 4 ..,. X izuliu "li:iili" nhl, zilxxaiyx gzlm-tx thc Illlll' -I-x with "Ili llull Im- ix Ilrvxi-I Iulxihrl . . l'lll IIMIIIIIN . , ' ALFRED. J. ACKERMAN: Academic . . .I si. lk-i'iizli'1lim-s , . . TNI lzuurs mzith :xml n'lii'i111ali'y . , . liiiln lflwtlizill I ...V IX' Ihixxliiig l . . . Yairsity llmxliiig 2. JI. 4 , . . VSNILA I, 2, 5, I , , . IX' I :irrmw J. .I . . , 'lhxxvi' lypisl 4 . . , "Yu1i'i'c thinl- ing my llI'IlI,'l . . . 723 I.IIIIl2lIALI SI.. Ill. . . . DEN- NIS J. ALLEN: Classical Academic . . . I-I IIUI5 Nlairtyiw , . . -Il' IiL'HIIk'lIlllIl . . . Wliily Iilllilliiilg 'Iiwf' . . . Illlgwr XYii11ci'l1:lllvi' :xml X'il'j'ii1i:1 Nlziyu . . , Iiminw xxilil incl' Iiinilliiill . . . XMIM' Illlllll' :mil Il2lIIllllII'gL'I'N . . . 235 Suiilh lliliiiui' SL. 1.3. . . . MAURICE ALLEN: Academic . . , l4 Iluly Xl:11'ty1'x . . . KASRICA l, 2. .I . . . l,il4i's lflinzilmtli 'lixiylui' , . . HI Ih-lirx'v." . . . l1z1i1ilviii'gcrs mul ling' lish . . . I'i1IYIlI'lIL' fimri is Ium-lmll with f:1w1i'iIc lvzmi living lhmm- Iluyzils fiwmiii Xlhiiln-:il , , . 1.35 Smith Inliiiui' Bt.. 15. DANIEL L. ALLGEIER: Academic . . . St. Xlzirlv . . . "limi" rzui vziiwity Irzirlx 2. 3, -I , . . Xliixity crm, rimiilry J. 3. 4 ..., Iiiiiiiir :mil NUIIIUI' umniiilivu . , . l':u'1iz1l iii Ntcailx :mil luielwllizill , . , Mlivvii it mm-ing. lim." . . . Ill Ifmx-at llriw ZX. , . , HERMAN E. AMELUNG: General . , . St. ,Ii-iwwiiia-'N . , . "IIvzicIli11ci"' um clizlirmzui ul' si-iiinmi' zlctixitics vuiiiiiiittvc . . . Yziiwily tluillwzill 3, 4 . . . llzisclizill 4 . . . lYl'L'I-U13 tlmtlwaill :mil lilcvclziml lhmxxiis . . . Iqlllllltlll lilcmiiig, llxirry .Immw :uul HSCIIIIIIICIIIZII Klum . . . "Ym1'aI lwtlvi' lm-lin-vc il." . . . U43 Siirgcaiiit SI., 2.5 ..., ROBERT M. ARMSTRONG: Aca- demic , . , St. .l1:sc1ili's XImiz1s1vl'y , , . "lll1ic" lilwx tha- girlx. hill is vrzizy mor the llllt' iii lim-I-liliclil czillwl -Iuycv . . . l":ix'ui's flvvp :mil wnrlq . . . 'AII:ii'ri- xtlll, gut thc IIlDIIIi'NUl'Ix? . . . lilu "Illiic Nl-mil" . . . .Ili Nlzirlmgxili- Nw., ZIP. CARROLL E. BACON: Scientific Academic . . . . . - . ..y .. , . Nt. Xlziryx ut lmvxiiis . . . I-:ill lists miiilnill, ,limi l'civi's Quill "'Iit'IlIIl'SNL'1' XX'z1l11" :ix Inu iii his lumla , . , higgut thrill um grzuliizixiiig . . . lliiiitiiig . . . 'xxx-Illllu , . . 5-I3 II:11'w-mel .Xu-., ll. . . . JOHN P. BACON: Academic . . . St. Nlziryk . . . "l'uu-" IIIIIUXYS thc Yziiilwcx , . . izuuix I'iI'Q'lIL'Il . . . "Solid lJ:ul1l5", . , higgcsl thrill wus Sviiiin' I'rm1i :xml lirxul- uzliimi , . , 503 lIzii'xnmfl .Xug ll .... ROBERT N. BACON: Academic . . . St. ll-vilizik . . . "IMI," xxzif :i k'SXll"vi' 3. I , . , hxmi Vsuliu Iqwiiilni' . . . lviuix luxviiiwl fill-ii Xlillcr, lktlicl' Uillizimx :lml Iiliivlwii I'im- . . . "llnmI Iliff" , , . wvii xxiih Slllllll' piilnl-I . , . lil-in-xiiiviiti-1' Xlgiiylziml I' .... .illll XYAII lil'iuili XX i'.. IU. UUI QT LECTURER - Mr. Rouse of the Maryland State Board of Education gives Brother Marcellus, Senior Moderator, and several in: terested seniors a further explanation of industry's demands of education. INSIDE INFORMATION - M r. Hoos of WFBR, Chief En: gineer, explains to the Radio Class a few of the factors necessary for suc: cess in his special field of electronics. SCIENCE PROGRESS-Mr. Liv ingston of DuPont Re search Laboratory demon strates for John Spampi nato, Harry Stromberg, and Charles Diehlmann new developments in use of glass and plastics. AN ENVIABIE RECORD WAS lEFT BEHIND 1110111 . . . 21111 11111 1'OI'L'I1L'l'1t'1i 1Q11z111, IN. MICHAEL BENKERTZ AC3d8mfC , . 31111 11111 l:l't'flk'I'1t'li K11.. .ZH . . . 1"z11'111's 112111111 1f1:111111g1111 111111 11111'1s 11:11 "111 1111. 1111 11111" 11111 111111 X1 71 Y11111111' 171' fz11'111 , . . 1.11111 S. l4lll'k'j Sl.. 311. LOUIS L.4 BIVENS:qAcademic . . . SiAlL'I" as tops . . . g1'z11111:1111111 ..,. 1-131 11111111111 bl.. 211. THOMAS C. BECK: Commercial . . . 51. lllfl 111't11's . , . i'1J1'11g1111" 111215111 s111'1'1'1' .1 :11111 -1 . , . L1IllII g11'1s :ls El lltllllbj' . . . 5111s 111- 11111-s 131111 X111 111'1'111'sl1':1, 1-l'1k'f1 1'1111'111'11 :11111 111s1111'1 . . . uj11III, 111111 1.2llIII '1'11r111'1'." . . . 111111 lf. 1"1111'1111111111 ,X1'1'.. 34 GEORGE E. BENKERT: Business . . -l11SCll1I'S 1111111z1s11'r1' . . . "S1111111'1"' p1:111'11 111111 1411111112111 3, -1 . . . 1'z11's111' 11'1'1-s11111g Z. 3, -1 . . . 111 1 1 1lIl'l11 1111s 111211111421 .ZIII1 III N1.5..1. 111'1-s11111Q 111111111 hl2ll'11.N . . . "f111c111-1"' 1111s ll X':11's111 111'11s111'1' 1 -1 , ,.g111's III ll 111g 11211 1111' ,lllI1L'l 1.1-1p11 :11111 11111 111 1 1 11001. . , . 'WY11111 jil 11111 1:1 11111?" , . , K'.Y.f1. JOHN T. BENZING: General . , , S111-111111 111111 . . . 121111 was 111111 Y:11's111' 11ilH1Xl'111illl 111111 11111-1 1 1 211141 Xzirslty S111'1'1A1' J, -1 . . . 51'111111' 11111111111111111111 I' ' ll ' ' .,.- 1 A 5 " 1 U., ...'. ROBERT A. BERGITOLD: Business . . ,11'r111111- . . 4 l'qI'll'I11llj', 1-11j111's 11:111's, 11g11ts, 1111111111 :11111 11z1s111-1111111 . . . z1spir1's 111 11111 lf S. X:1111 U1.1-1-ty" . . . 11111 lA11l1Qlk' Nllllllllt' . . . 1'111'11 K'lI11lI 111 111 III . . . KSNIL 1, 2 . . . 5l1k'l'l'l' .1. -1 . . . 111-1111111111 1 . . . 1r:11'11 11111'1111'1' .1 . . . 11sts L'11k'Il11S1l'j 111111 111111 JOHN W. BLAKE.: Business . . . Hur l..ul5 ill' l m-U11-llnzll lli-lp . . . I lnwlx llllYt'j uns wen xxzulrlcr- mg Ju'-'mul VIIIIIIPIIN . . , Izixmrs llxlwlmll, lj'lDl'XXI'llllll1 .mill-lm-ld-11.. .llli Nllltlllzuul lirl., 7 .,.. JOSEPH F. BOVA: Academic , . . SI. Nlurlink , , , -lm' plglyvrl xznrslly llIlNl'll2lll 4. . . DIN. Ilmllmglll 2 . A A .l,X'A liam-lmll .2 , . . Ysnwily lmslwllmll -l . . . lfnglislx :uul XlIQlt' mlm-rl tops . . . UXXvllk'Il'N ilu' next lienlimlzlyln . . . 311417 Sillillltbgil St., lil. . , . JAMES R. BRACKEN: General , . . St, Vlwlm Ilw l'iY2lllQlk'llhi . . . "S1vlzul1" i- lmmxu :ls ffm- ul lln- lu-sl wllulzistia' ll2llJlllIlN in Iln- limi . . . Yzxrsiiy NWlllllllL'l' l, J, 3, -l . . , l4SXll' 1, .l ,,.. "lYl1:lt1 ilu- 2llINXXk'l', ,lzu'lt?" .illfm lp l llilxt' Sl. WAYNE W. BRESLIN: General . . . Sl, ,Xgm-s ,..l5Nll 1.3.3.-1... l.X, lu llmlxm l,3... XJll'Nlll .l, -l . , . XY1n'l4ing Hll vars. .Xllll lllytll :mil pluysimw . . . XX ilel zllmmll Xl1'l'llHll Kirk flrixixlg ll Stuck val . , . -lllll l"1'L'rla'l'i1'lx .Xxn'.. lil ..,. CHARLES L. BROCATO: General vlnvlwu :mfl plznsllvs , . . . . Sl. .Xllllll'IlNl' . . . I.ilws . lf:um'iIv spurt, lvzlwlmll . . . ,. . . l':um11m' In-Jun, l lm-xt-lzmml . , . lingua-sl lllI'1ll was Sl. lm-N Xlllllllllll tlu' Xl,N..X, lll ll2lNlil'll1illl . . . lllrllllt 1 . . -lll.lf+ nm-li lil-im . ,xii-., I3 .,.. JOHN W. BROMWELL: General . . . Sl, lizitlwrim- . , . ",Xl1'. ll4'2lIlNl. xlxllll'1l with ilu- l.Xf lt'l'lllk'll 3. -l . . . lull lllullmll l . . . listens lu Slllll lin-Html . . . "Nw vm il fmt" . . . Jflllll lit-:iw Nw, 5 . i . s Q rs! ' BY THE GRADUATES OF l953 tographer catches here a glimpse of the splendid group at the Cathedral for the Annual Father:Son ,yn- l -'f-A 3-wmv 1 REUNI Communion Mass. Break: fast followed at the K of C. 0N TIME-The gathering occurred on June Day when the alumni elected new leaders: star guests are oldsters, Mr. Van Lill, Class of l895, and Brother Herman, Class of l897. I 2 KEY FIGURES-Here seated at the head table for the Sen: ior Communion Breakfast are Father Flavian, School Chaplain: Brother Placidus, Headmaster: a n d Mon: signor Vaeth, Guest Speaker. i 'WW' ls. .. a MARTIN A. CASTLE. Academic , . . St: lhinii- nis , , , Xlztrty , . . l'ztvni'itt- sltufls linnting :intl lztriwissc . , . llixit-lttntl jztxz . . . Stcztks . . . lliggcrt tln-ill: 4.1-zttlnzttinn . , . "Want till l gt-t tliztt Lztclillztc. . . . .Hilti .Xilszl .Xx't'., 14 .... PATRICK C. CIN- NAMOND: Academic . . . St. lizttlicrint- , . . "limi" was st xztixity lwinglm' 4, J.X'. l, I . . . .l,X'. tnntlutll Z , . , lntii--it-:tr L'.S.Nl.L, niztn . . , lmnwlniq , . l, -, 3, 4 . . . npcit-liniisc t'n-cliztlrinzni . . . Xlztrylztntl lsnnnrl . , . 'l'ln'illt'cl nvcr linrling ont'-ltittci' ztgztinst l"nrt-st l':ti'l4 . . , 1504 lftlisnn llgliwy., l.3. . . . JOHN J. CLARK: Business English . . . St. lirigicls . , . "Jim" xxats it grunt :intl giwmztiici' 2, 3. 4 . , . Stwtwi' tnztn 3. 4 . . . "Yami 'lhclztyl ll'itli it tlunlilt' X'-1ls:tl" . , . liiggt-st tlirill wats liinning at iiilniztn nu-stlci' nn Klnnnt inatt . . , .Kill U'lJniincll St., 34. MICHAEL H. CLARK: Commercial . , , Kinn- :tstt-ry . . , "lZgi5lni'4l" . . . alncs it Int nt' littnting 1tn.l nciglit lifting :intl is ztnntlit-i' liilly Klan' lun . . . wlicn lit- isn't t-:tting 'l'-lmnnt' sn-ztks, lick wzttclting Vlcnnifui' ,Inncs nn tliv 5k'I'k'l'll .... Xntlinr, Kipling . . . ll3 S. Xlnlutstt-i'5 Xvv., ll? . . , JAMES R. COLBOURN: Academic . . . St. Alnsuplfs . . . rein l'I'LlS5'ClllIllll'j' 2 . . . finsli lmwlwztll :intl lmziskctliztll . . . tlrnnls nvcr lift-tl t'liit'l4t'ii ztntl l.iz 'l':tylnr . . , lminlngy ling . . . t-ninys listening to lltign XYiiitci'l1:tltur . , , l-433 XYilli:tni St., .Ill . , .JOSEPH E. COMEAU: Busi- ness English . . . Sztcrt-rl llcztrt . . . Cult lfnntlfztll l . . . Q'.S.Nl.l'. l, 2, 3, 4 . . , lmyill ll4lt7SlLT ui' tllv lntcl tcznnx , . . lliggt-st Ilnill :ts at lrcsliinztn xiztttl- ing tlit- k'liznnpinn '40 lfnntlmztll 'Ik-:un tnp Vztttcrsnn . . . .X liit nn tlit- qnict sitlv . . . 557 S. llrcw St., 24, JOSEPH J. CUDNICK: Business English . . . llnly Nnsztry . . . 'illnlf' . . . 1111-siclt-lit nl' 41' , . . nicstliiig vztrsity I X 4 . . . lfztrl llnstiv . . . Viimvi' l.zttn'it' . . . frit-tl cliiclat-it :incl typing . . . Higga-st tlirill nits giiittliiztlinii . . . nlll Snntli Curley St., 24 . . . WALTER M. DAMASIEWICZ: Academic . . . Sgtwvtl llcztrt . . . "XYztlt" gow for frit-tl rliiclit-ii . . . Nlztrilyn Altlllftll' :intl llngn XX'lIlll'l'lI2lllL'l' . . . lliggwt tl11'ill nets '49 lacing til' l,1lllk'l'SHH fnntlmll tuztnt . . . l',S.Xl.k'. l. 2, 3 . . . l'nli tlintliztll . . . "l'i'ztzy inztn, vrztq Y" . . . 0437 lf:tstt-rii Aw., 24 . . . THOMAS R. DAVIDSON: General . . , St, l'lll?I2lllL'llI'5 . . . "l'r:t:'5' lJztx'c" wits vixitl Xlnnnt linnstt-r . . . liigliliglit til twin' yt-:tix wats playing nn Ilia' nnticrl. iiiitlt-lt-zttutl xtuL"t'I' twtni "Yun l'nnxx' it" Hill Alt'l'.lllL'l'I'j' .L . x ,.... Nl., Ct. RONALD W. BROOKS: General . . , St. llrigitl . . . FSHC' l, Z, 3, 4 . . . Snitlt-in Vlnli . . . ,l.X'. Sncct-i' 2. Yztrsity .3 . . . "llnn't get vzniglit in tliv null" . . , ,Inztiiiiiv ,lznnt-5 . , . llinlngt :intl limiting llztttcrsnii in '40 , , A lllllfi Snntli llgiilis Stu 24, , 1 , ROBERT L. BROWN: General . , . Sl, lizttlitwint' . . , "Holi" pi'1u'tit'cs iirntitztlilt- linlilvy nl' writing wlinit stnrics . . , Stifks with tlit- Yztttltt-cs . . . lfztvnrs "l'ni in tlie Klnntl lfnr l.nxc" . , . "yin lxiinxx' it" . . . lllll N. Milton St ,... WILLIAM R. BUD- RESKI: Academic . . , St. Stztnislztns . . . llill rznt CI't1SSK'UllllIl'j' . . . Likes liilly Many. llclnliit- lit-yiinltl, :intl l'l'lL'tl kliiclat-ii . , , lliggcst tlirill urls St. ,Inv tliiiniping I'ztttt-rsnii . . , "linnt'l4 it nl't"' . . , 1,03 O'lJnnmll Qt li JOHN D. CAIN: Classical Academic , . , St. litttlit-rim' . . . Jnlin plztyctl wing llnsitinn nn llnclwy team 3. 4 . . . plztycrl lfnli fnntlmztll :intl rztn trztclt in 3i'cl yczti' . . . rnztwt llccf ztntl Jnznint' l'i'n . . . .2725 Bcrylc .-Xvt-. 5 .... ANDRE T. CALAS: Academic . . . "llnz liznls trnnt N. Nlztrtins in Nlt. Xlztflnng- tnn . . . unc nf tlinst' I'L'Slflk'Ill5 . . . nn .l.X', inntlrztll l, 2. 3 . . . ztvtivc l'k'SltlL'lll in sports , . . tlrntils nvui' sttztl-1 . . , rntiltl listen tn liens' lluiiitvi' :ill tlzty . . , lliggcst tlii-ill was Illlllilllg first ltuiinrs , . . 4 N. l"lll- tnn .Xvt'., 23 .... BERNARD V. CAMPBELL: Academic . . . 14 llnly Xlztrtyrs . . , "Sunni" was ,ltininr ztncl St-iiinr lnninnttct- Klan . . . cnllt-cts lit-cr lunttlu tnpsg t':tx'ut's t-rcztiii nt' Itlllsllllunii ,nnp nn tnatxig Spikt' Jnncs :tntl 'l't-rry Kltmiw- . . . "l 4lnn't lXiinxx"' , , , lniggt-st tlirill wats gizulnstting . . . l7lll XY. l,ninlnzti'fl St., 23. www- ' vnu' WILLIAM P. FEDERLINE: General 4 . . 51 -1llN1'1l1IlN X1111111s11'11 ',.. "XX111" XXJIN l1NllJl11X' 1111111 1111 1111- 1'lllII1ll1N 111111 J1111- 111-1'111-1' . l'11111s 1111 g111111g 111 1l11' 1113 llI1I1'N 111 1111- ll1'4'111'N1l'Il 1llIN1lll'NN . 4 . "XX11111 Xl 11111 1 1111. . . . 1118 5. X11u11s111 X Ill . 4 ROBERT M. FLYNN: Classical Academic N1 l11'lAlIll41l 1-N , , . " 11111 '1 II 1 11 llII11lk'I1 11111 g1l'l'1'l1 11ll'1 111 l11l1'1111s 111111 111-1s11111111'1's 1 IX' 1'11111l1'111 1 5 . . .. 114. 111111111-11 111111 X111w111' 111:1111111111 lllkll .1. 4 . . . stwlas " 41 111111 1111 111111111111 11111111114 . 1111111 111 111, 1111 11111 11141 1111111111 1111 'll , . . ROBERT I. FRANZ: Business English . , . 1.111111 l"l1111'111' . . "1111111111's" XXJIN IlL'11X1' l'SX11"1-1' 111111 VI11111111' :11111 S1-11 1111 1111111111111-111111111 . 4 4 1'1-11111111 111111111 1111-1' N11111-111-111 111111 11111111 111111N . . . 111 111 21 1'1'11f1 111111111 , . ,111l1j 111-11111 11111111 1.1. THOMAS H. FRANZ: General . . . Sl. 11151-1111K . . , "111111" XXIIN Ll 1111111' 11-111' ll11NN1111l 1111111 , . 4 "1l21111 N11-1"' . . . 41111-11 111111111 1111111111111-1-1111111 .... X 1'111.g111'11 11l1l'11 11111'11111Q S1ll11L'll1 XX1111 1ll1N 111 1l'11'Ilf15 . . 4 1'1llA1lZl1 111 11111s11', NU11 111111 11111111111 . 4 1.111'l'l'.N 11111 Il 11111'1'1 " 11 l - III 1111' 11111'111 XXl1l'l1l 11111'1'1111g 11l111111. 4 . . 111-11 1. ,, . CHARLES G. 1.11'11 l'11111s11111'gl1, X111 .... FRANZONI: General . . , 1.111111 1'-111XXl'14 . . 11111 11111111111111 11111111111 1 4 IX' 1111 11111 . :111 j,..1:11N111 1111s1-1.1111 4 . . . VS Xll ' 1 11111 11111 111111 11-1-1 11111111 1"111 X 11's x11ll'X1Zlll11 111111 - 1 1l11,1IN1I , . . 1.111111111111111 l11g141'1 11111111 4 . . .1123 1,1'l1IIll1I X11-,, 1.1 . . .JEROME H. FUCHS: Sci- entinc Academic . . . SI. l"11111111'l11k . . . "111111u-" 1111111s 111141-111111'1 1111111111 1'II4'1lN11 11111 1 111111111 , . . 11114141-N1 1111'111 11115 1 1111 14111114 1-1'111111.1111111 . . . 111 s 1'1'111'11111 1111 . . . N1'2l1l, 111-11-1.11111 1lll1lIll1N . , . 111117 X 151111 X1 1',, 5 JAMES L. DAVIS: Scientific Academic . . . 51. Xl111'1"s 1114 1i1111111s 4 . . A',11111" 11 111 1111 1111- 1'111111111i1111s11111 s11"1'1'1'l1"1111 1 4 L N X11 1 1 1 4 1l"lIlx 11111111111 111111- 111111 1'111111g . 4 . "l'1'1111' 1111111. 1'1'11L1"' . . . g1'111111:1111111 1111s 11i11g1's1 1111'i11 . . . 21111 lf. 111'11'1-111'1'1', 13 . . . JAMES O. DEBES: Commercial . . . 51. 1111111i11i1"s . . . H-111111' , . . XXI15 Il 11111111 1-11111' 11111' Q'.S.X1.1f 1112111 . 4 , 111' if 111111'1. :1 g1111:1 111111111101-111'1'. 1s llNl11l11X s1-111 11111111111 11111 K'I1ll11l1lN 111111 111111 l'1'1111f 111' 11111' .X1111'x . . . 11111-s s1111 1'1'11l1s 111111 Sliilllllg 4 , . 5.111 1211111111121 1411, 14 . . .JOHN T. DEBROUSEZ Academic . . . 514 .X111111'11s1' . , 4 I-1lk'1I11'. XX'llS X'111'sit1' 111111111-1' .1. 4 4 . 4 LfS.X1.l4 1, 2 . , . lilws .11'l111-L'l' -111111-s 111111 "1'1'1111'1u1." "1111111, l'11 1111 lllj 1u111u'11111'11 111- 1111111111 4 . . 3.117 S14 .X111111'11s1' .X11'.4 15, CHARLES J. DIEHLMANN: Academic . . . 51. .Xg111's 4 , . A',l1111" 1111s -2111 1111111' 1111111111 111111 S1'11'1111' 1111111111111-1-1111111 .,.. X 1'111111g 111-:111 4 . . L1 11111111s1'1111' 11111 . . . 1g11.11g 111 X2lX'2ll .X1'11111'1111' . . . "111'1-111 1111115 111' l11'1-l . . , 1111'l11'1' 111111 l11-11is1- 1l2lI'1'k'1 . 4 , 1 1111111111 1144 Z8 . 4 . LEO E. DIETRICH: Academic . . 4 s2lL'1'l'l1 1l1'111'1 11l,.1L'511N . , . "1.111-" 11'11s 111111 K'45,X14Ll, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1'111ss 1'1'111'1's1'1111111111 4 . . . "1l1111'1 g1'1 h1L'liL'll- 1 1112 111111111 11 . 4 . l11'111lu'1' 5l11l1t'X'5 111s11':11'111111 4 . . 522 S. X1-11111111 31, 24 4 4 . RONALD J. DRIS- COLL: General . . . 1.11110 15111111-1' 4 , . l',S.X1.K'. 1. Z, .14 4 .... X1'1111' X11111111 111111s11'1' 4 . , A1X', 1111111i11g 3 . . . 1.1111 1711111111111 . . . 111111 1111s111'1111111 1 . . . ,1X'. '1'11111'11 2 , . . 1'lJl1ll'l' 1111' 1i1'11111111111111 . . . 22457 1.11111- X1'1-. JOHN J. DUNXNORTH: Gene-ral . . 4 1.1-1.11111-.1 11.111 4 . . 1111111 111111111 XZIINIIX 111111111111 .1, 4 4 . . V :. . : . 1111gg1w1 11111l11111111 111 1111- 11111 111g1'1 11111 111 s1'1111111A. . , lilllillll l'11i Il11'lll11L'l' 4 4 4 sl'111ll1' 111'1111111's 1'111111111111'1' . . . 4411.1 1'.I'L'11i'1'1k'1x .X1'1'.. JU . . 4 STANLEY FAJKOWSKI: Classical Academic . . 4 111111 1l11s111'1 . . 4 "1'l1111j" 11-1111s 111 girls, k'JllA11s, 11111111'1' 111111 11111111111 R1-11u1111s . . . 1'.S.Xl.1'. 1. I . , . 1'1111111 1111111 . . . l.11X'111'1'1l g1'111111111i1111 111111 11111111111 111 s1111g111'11i 111111 11111111 11Il11S . . . "X'1111 11111111111'1 111111 lllk'N . . . .244 S. 111111111111 St., 24 , . . RALPH R. FALCONE: Gen- eral 4 , . 11111' 1.11111 111- 1'11111111-11 . . . 111111111 1111111111 ,1.X'4 111111111111 1, Z, X'111's111 111111111111 .1, 4 . , , 1'11111-11 111 11111111 1. 2. .1 . . , 111111 11:11:11 2 . . . 1'11111s 1111: Xl111'11111111 . , . "111111'1 111' N11 11ill11'1111" , . , .111 1111111111 51. 'VHSQION ORGANIZERS - Here featured are the class rep: resentatives, the men who brought mission enthusi: asm right down to their homeroom and helped to make the rosary total G.: 20.3. l l I TEAM BACKERS-Because of the backing of earnest balcony fans like these, our Gaels hoopsters turned in a ster: ling season replete with the MSA Championship. RADIO OPERATORS - Proudly displaying their e a r n e d "Call Numbers", satisfied members of the Radio Class recall their first en: counter with the "dot: dash" signalling system. GRADUATES OF l953 . . . St. Iluscpli s . . . "limi was iilviiilmci- ut t.5.Nl.t. l. Z . , . Cults 1 . . . lists girls :ts his lwlmhy . . lilu-s huiizuia splits . . . Ralph lrlllllllflilll :mtl Rita lluywfwtli . . . -llti XY, Pratt St., l . . . DONALD F. GAY- HARDTZ Academic . . . St. Ilusvimlfs Nluiizlstwy . . . "Gay" was in C'.S.Rl.L'. l, 2, 3 . . . HliL'll-llllllht' ui- t'll2lll'lll2lll . . . plzxyecl trush last-lrztll . . . lmwtw clit-iii' istry with Suutlierii frit-cl Cliicltcii Ylllllllllgl seumiirl I I I "I qlmft like' yqpu" I I I fnillll l'-I'L'flt'l'lt'li AVC., .EN . . . DONALD W. GEARY: General , . , St. .tgiics . . . L.VS.Kl.l,. 1, 3, -l . . , lwmtlwztll 3, 4 Nur- sity . . . Ilariiiig Ilztvlq, Lzituiisxillc lncl 4 . . stunts , . . tilt-mi Klillcr :incl Notre llzuiit' . . . lllqws tl, tznlw 111: Pliysical lfcliicatiriii . , . 18 llillsiflv Rnzul. JN. THOMAS E. GILBART: Classical Academic . . . St. liL'i'11:1r1li1ic's . , . "l'crl" Wilr Sl tll'llllllIlt'l' in tht- lwzuicl all four years . . . ram Il.Y. vrlwss cmiiitry' l . . . Q'.S.Kl.Q'. l, 2 . . , Lltllllil listen ull lluy tu lhih frushy . . . likes turkey :mfl lmscliull . . . 524 X. Lmifleii Ave., Z9 . . , OWEN GILLIECE: Academic . . . St. Xxilllllllllli , . . zwtivv t,'SMt"c1' l, 2. 3 . . . playa-cl frush lmscleztll . , , 4lr4itfls liver Klarilyii Xlmimc and sta-uk , . . remt-iiilwi's '-W clizmipimisliip over l'atturs4ni . , . 008 Iliwmltmtlitl Ave., 20 . . . RICHARD S. GNIAZDOWSKI: Academic . . . St. Klifliztt-l's . . . "llit'lty" Blllfli with L'.S.lXl.C .... gut-s for ffmtlmll :mel fishing . . . Strictly Z1 biology hwy . . limits for Iiicliniis . . . X llragiiet :xml fricml cliiukcii rate high . . . ll! S. 4 cl1lSIlt' St. f W. THADDEUS H. YGOLCZEWSKI: Academic... II:-It Iv-sgirx , . . Ivrl xxzls :1 tmp NVIIUIZII' ul 4X plum-:I Iznvlwsw :ns il Iltslllllilll l N XII I ' I . . . sums lor vlwllwvxmw . . . Ilulws In num :xml I1vxvI 'I N . . . II ,. XXIINIIIIIQIIIII 51 .,.. GEORGE W. GRANDY, JR.: Academic. . , SI. .hllllllllljls . . Ilvulwgm- wus ilu-mln-1' HI' V9 XI I4 I ' I"lY1rI' . ......,.,...- s I1:IwI':aII, Ilmmv 5ll'XXJll'I, Inngm-1' lingers mul "Illum- Izuugif' . RH'-I lie-Izmir IMI.. 41 , I. , JOHN H. GRAUER: Scientific Academic , . , Sl. IffIxv:mI's . . Izwlv pI:uvwI iw Iwclwx 2, 5. I . . , NlM'l'l'l' I. I , IIUXII If.lNlIltlII , . . Iisls hI.lllIXl1 Xlvnllfu- Ilrsl xxilI1 sI.1QIu-Ili llllllllllg :1 rlivw wfflml . , . "I"Im1I4t-:I ilydlll . . . In-:ru-r11I-I-iw Ins Iuwt llllsslllg mnrlv , . . QKIJ IN, I.:u1x:1Iv, Ifw, ROBERT P. GRIFFIN: Academic. . . Sl. Ilom- mk , . . l.S.XI.l', I. l. 5, -I . . . N-lllwr .XVIIYIIIW ' I ti-minitlm-I-luqni . . , I'1'-lm Itmmullu-msm . I , I.1Iu-s Ins iuusu wil zmfl vu-vi , . , "I IIN Iluflw Im' vcrlrs In I'IIysm4-sf' ',,. .IIII firillfllnl Xu- .... DONALD M. GRIFFITH: Academic . , , Sl. ,Xiuln-ws . . . "Isuzu" uns 4-Iwlm-fl In IIIIIIHI' IIIWJIII vuiilrliittw, open Iumw VHIIIIIIIIIVK' .I . . . wllwl xxilll lI1c Iivglt-rs Z, 3, 4::lIW1:1p1a1i1uUI IIN- 11-11111 , , , K',S.NI,l'. I, 2, .I I .. N . ,. I .. , - , In-is Q-I l1m1.m14mrI , . . -Illn X, Ilx'u:uIxx'uy . . . GILBERT R. GRUSZCZYNSKI: Business . . , Sl. Slillllnllllln , , . "SIU" Iilvu ilu- Y:mIvs . . . szilisllcrl xxlIIu Iiuwl K'IllllxL'lI , . . MNNIK. I, 1, Ivmvlmg zuul I I::iwImII IIII symw limi- . . . XYJIIVIII-s "I Idlxc I.11v5", 'tllislwp SIM-11" . . . INIIT Xlivczlllrlil SI. at . x X 5 X.. 0 g GRADUATES OF l953 NEW UROTTO - Brother DeSales is tlanked by Don Price, Elmer Jones, and Tom Zisi simos a few who helped to make Our Blessed Mother's shrine a reality. OLD AND NEW-The foreman in the new gymnasium con: struction Crew is Jack Fassell of the class of '40 who is determined that this gym will be a tirst: class building. OLD NECKTIES-Those ties you learned to wear during Brother Ant0n's years at the Mount have developed new fans for Brother .ls this Africa picture proves. if I Wk E DONALD E. HENNIGAN: Academic , . . St. l'1ixz11u-111 . , , lion is il Spzmisll fam .... Xims fm' 'llmwum S12l1L' v11l'2lk'11k'I'r . 4 . Iistcns tu -1ZlR'1i1L' 411:-zlsmmxl . . . I.ikL-5 l'1'in-41 c11ic1wu 111111 1'k'!Tj' ilnuu . , . "Yum 14111-xx it" . . . 1217 liixwsirlv Ruzul 4 . . CHARLES V. HIRSCH, JR.: General . . , 11111' 1.:1c1y of XII. L11lVII1t'1 . . . "L'11zA1'1n-5" 1'm111vr1 with ilu' 1wg1vx's 4 . . . X1cm1:cr ul- 1111111 1, J. 3 . . . ff'llS2lK1Cl' Z. 3 . . . lumix fur N1Zl1'j1JlllI1 .,.. 1011 Kluglwlizl '11L'l'1'2il'L' . . , JOHN A. HOBAN: General , . . lluruzml . . . "1l41114f' uns Il l'll17 14mt1m:111x'1' 1 , . . 1Al't'51lHl2lll 11zisc1w:111 1 . . . 114111115 "XYi11c, XX'U111c11, N Snug" . , . liiggg-gt thrill mu 1ir:u111znti-'11 , . . l,m'us Ham 211111 LA2l1l1J1lgL' zmrl lfnglislm . . . 'A1'411n', crazy, Xlixvfl up kill" , . . 04,1 X1u11I1u'1iv1' SI., 114. ITREDERICK A. HOQHREINQ Aqadefnic , . . NI. ll4n11um' , . . Nlfum- 11115111 imzilu- mth alumi- mmm 3, -1 . . , Ilmrwcs un Slcnks :md 1'l'CIlL'11 truss . . . ,Xnmlum' rzulin Imm . . . Iflvctn-11 tu jluliur :11111 swim' un11n1iIIn'm'w . . . 1.111110 l'1v1'xx':1rc1 tu 1l1':u1nutiu11 . . , 17115 Xm'111crl1 1'2ll'1iXX2lj' . . . EDWARD R. HOJ- NACKI: Scientific Academic . . . St. Lfasinmir . . . "1'fm1" was ll 12113115 pitclwur 2 :11111 -1 , . . 1111 1112151-41 mul Hll 1114- 111g l'1k'X'i'll 2 , . , This ,1lIIl1lH' 1u1r1 scuim' rmnnmnitlm' mem is St. 1111511111135 f.Y.U. pl'Csim1n-111 . . . 712 S. KIi111n1 .Xu-.. 24 , . . ROBERT E. HOL- LAND: AC8d6m1C . . . 51. Nlurtink . . . "111111" . . . 1'1nwtwQI':1p11v1' fur Nlmnlt '1'lHYC1' . . . ,l.X', 1"4mt1m11 .3 . . . 1-1111 I1:1wc'1m11 1 4 . 4 1'11z1aus tire' 01142111195 in spzlrn' timc , , , 'l'11ri11u1 :xt 11-11-ix'i11g Y,I1, 1l'4ll111y . . . "llmv 11110111 111111" .,,. 3 O S. 142l1Yk'1'1Hl1 1111. GEORGE J. HORN: General . . . Sl. ,lu1m's . . . u11l1111iXU xxzu Il1L'I1l1PL'1' nl. 1111- Svnim' 15:11:00 111141 01215: K'UII1lI1111l'k' . . . 1110 lll111i1Il2 uwxvs is first low . . glwullmxlliuml I'2ll11is high , . . "iid 41111 yuur 1l111c11" , . 1'L'51I1t'I11 . . . Rllllfk' lib. XX'ust1x1i11stc1', X111 . . . DAVID B. HUDSON: Business English . . . Stan' of 1111- Sm . . 4 "Rm-1q" was 2175 Class 1'rcsi11a-nl . . . lllftmmmizimlfl vars, lfurl Ilustiv. Marilyn Slmxlww, SHll11lk'l'1l lAz11iI'u1'11i:1 :irc 1AZlYUI'11L'N , . . Ullmv wilfl is that?" , . . 101.3 ,12lk'1i5Ul1 St., 311 . . . WILBUR R. HURLEY: Business English . , , Sl. 114TIll1Il1C'b . . . "1lm1" 5L'UI'l'N I1'L'Hl'f1N ns his 11111l11j' xx11i1c 111' k'1Jl1H15 typing lla his fzufwitm' sulwjcrt , . . 11111 R011 :xr111iL'l . , . 111011 X1i11c1' 111111 "L'1m11t 1QYUI'j' Slzwu . . ,l.X', 11m'1wy 5. -1 . . , 250-1 121121111115 .Xx'n'., 1-1, CHARLES E. GUMPMAN: Business English . . . X11ll12l51l'I'y . . , A'K'11m'1-Q" vzm 1n- an-un :um111111 1'ii1lI1U11SUl1 Yillzxgc . .. Iixpwts In M-rw l'ucIn- Sum in 'S-1 , , , Ilis 1-llYiH'11k' spurt is 111411111111 . . . "Star Dust" . . . 21-1 S.L'u11i11s.Xx'c.,l9. . , RICHARD H. HALLIGAN: Scientific Academic , . . St. ,Xm- hrusc , . . lf.S.N1.LA. 1, Z. 3 . . . I.ik1-5 In p1z15' k'll1'I1F . . , Virginia x12lj'H 111141 C11v1l1istr5 . . . 1.ix'v15', muy tu gct uhmg with, :11w:xys xx'i11i11g tu gin- flS5151Il11fi' . . . 331-1 XY. Iiclvcclurc Nw.. 15 . . . OWEN L. HARRISON: Academic , . . SI. 1.zux1'v11Cn- . . . Owen p1:1y'c11 .1.Y. 11m'14cy 1, 2. .1 , . . XvIl1'511j' 4 . . . Iiggcst t1n'i11 was g1':u111:1tim1 . , . fzlwux iiiuuts mul ninth , , . 5-113 XY, fiurilm .Xx'c.. 7. ORVILLE W. HARRISON: Academic . . . St. 11clv.'c1iCt's . . . Hf1l'X'H H1405 Illllr-I spnrts. 1'N1PK'K'12l11j' 1::1sc1m11 :11111 lmskctlmll , . . Mary l':1t rams high . . . sticks with 11111111L'5, Math zmrl 11011112111 . . . "Is It .Xny XX'f11u1m-r?" ..., X1ll15 fur XYQ-Nt 1101111 ,... 5 113 XY. North .Xx'c.. 7 . . , JEROME HELINSKI: Business English . . . St, S12lIl1512lllN . . . "Hul- S11lg'1l511H f:u'urs spurts. X'irgi11i:1 Xlzlyu, :11111 A'1,m'c1"' . . . roast 1111-1 :xml uuhzaszz .... X Iiullvt fun . . , "Ih- cuul llllillu . . . 1735 .Xlicizumzl SL. SI , , . JAMES E. HELLER: .Scientific Academic . . . Sl. linlhf CI'1llL'.S . . . "jim" was Ynrsity 11:14-112111 Ill1lIl'lQ1k'l' Z, .4 , . . 1,ixc wirc in Hamlin . . . Sm:l11wt sc-lliur . . , lilly 1,m111u11'clm1, 'lam' XYXIHZIII :11111 must 1'L'l'1A . , , liiggwl ' ' lin "K U" 1177 Y t1u'111 was stuclyulg rm , . . . N. . . . - . . 131'u41fm'f1 St., 13. WILLIAM D. JAMES: General . , . si. ,IW1111 .. .. . , , 1 Al41llZlSlL'l'j' . . . Jvssc lPl1ljk'li JK. lwclqcy l, -. .1 . . . X'Ill'Sllj' -l . . . J.X', 5li.'k'k'l' 1 . . . S111-vii-si s1111111l was zilwziys li-lil lu-ll . . . KfS.Nl.k'. l, 2. 3, 4 . . . lcv lluclwy is l'z11'111'i1c . , . l.11gz111 ixllilll, l'z1s:11lc11:1, Xlnl .... JOSEPH M. JENNINGS: Scientific Academic . , . l.ittl1- lflmvuci' , . . "l.cl'15"' . . . X111'tl1 lfaisl l1:1lt1111111'c' lhwy . . . "Y1111'1'c ll 11i1'c Illilllu . . . iiilllli 2, 3, 4 . . . Lilz1i111s Hull' :is lulmlvy . , . l.ilu-s K'lllClik'll, Notre iiillllk' :111fl ".X111Ail ill l'111't11g:1l" . . . .3319 Sl1:111111111 Il1'i1'c. l3 .,,, LUIS A. JUAN: Aca- demic . . . "li11li:11" is 11111111l:11' I'k'5lliK'lll . . . llll'I!li'k'l' K. A w iv 1 111' lillllllil i'l1i 3, -l . . . lAl'sllik'lll lmsclwzill el . . . l'k'SlliUlll 1 'WW lwlskctluzill 3 . . . 1llXXJlj'5 slim I1111 lll'Yl'I' lziu- . . . l1:1ils 'mm-V CIIARI ES M KETTERMAN Business 1 JOHN M KING General 1 LAWRENCE J KNOETL Commercial 4 . '... 4 ROBERT L. KOKTA: Business .... Q . - Ili ,1u.': 1,,1.., LEON P. KOLAKOWSKI: Academic 1 R "li-ll Xli' N1111'1'1' Xli111"' , . lllllv i'llNlk'l'l1 Xu' . . . JEROME A. KOMINZ Academic . . . St. XXIVII- IXlll Xllx Illlljg XINX 1'l1:111111i1111sl1i11 . . , '4S11lifl. l3:11l" . . . H128 X. l.11f1-1'111- X11-, 9. l1'1m111 Ilu- i,k'lll'l 111 ilu- l:11'1l1lu-1111 . . . 51111 Aillilll. l'llk'l'llD Rlfll. RICHARD S. KANE: Academic . . . Si. .Xgncs . . . "Ri1'l1" was Sl KiSNikuK'l' l, 2, 5. -l . . . l.il41's lunc- lmzill :1111l "lk-gg 111' My llc:11't" . . . lllllmlu is girls . . . m11l1l 0:11 k'lIlL'liL'll fm' l11'cz1l4l':1s1, 1li111u-1' :1111l s111111c1' . , . "l :1i11't 1l411u'111vIl1i11g" . . . SNOW lf1l1111v111ls1w11 .Mig JN . . . FREDERICK E. KEEPERS: Academic . . Sl. Xxllllllllli . , . 11u'111lu-1' ut l.5.Xl.l. l. 1, .1 . . , I.ilu-s Rxiy Illlwk :1111l l.iv 'l':15l111' . . . i'iIlXUl'llk' spurt IN 11111tl1:1ll . . . l:1x111'1u- lk'lllIl is Xlu'l11g:111 51:111- ,. . "l"1'i1r" . . . 51111 X1111i11gl1:1111 Nil.. Ill . . .JAMES J. KEHOE: Business English . . . SI. ,l11l111's l'fx:111gc'lis1 . . . ".li111" l':11'111's s11111'Iw, I":11'l llnslif, 4l:11u'1 I.1'1gl1 z1111l sl1111'1-l1:1111l . . . luggi-st 1l11'1ll was g1':1cl11111i11g . . , nXxilL'l'l' is jtllll' ilk'2ll'I.' scllils I11111 H . .. , . . l.1l41- y11111' lnulrly 2 . . . lnlll X:1ll1-1 Sl.. I JEROME A. KEILHOLTZ: Acndemicu. . . Xl1111:1s1c1'y . . . lyzisclmll l, I . . . lt N glint . . . llut llmls . . . lil'iL'ii L'illk'lxl'1l . . . S11:111isl1 . . . l.1lws V l1i1s1'l1:1ll Zlllll ll1il:1cl1-l11l1i:1 l'l1illu's .... lil Nlxiryllcll Nil., JU . , . JAMES F. KELLY: Academic . . . AlllIl2l5iL'l'j . . . "4li111" llliljl'li k'11l1 1'11111l1z1ll l, 2 . . . lil't'5llIll2lll ll2lhk'l'Ilil . . . "I 111l1l jllll su" . . . lilililllr l'l1ysirs llllll i'llK'lA l,:1111'i1 -... S1x111111s 111 'i.Xlll XYit'IiL'l'M'ilk'll-l z1111l ilu- "Ili-l11111:1i1's" . . . 438 S, .Xu- g11s1:1 .Xu-.. 20 .... JOHN B. KENNY: Academic . . . St. Xlz11'li11's , . . 'll1u1'lq" in 1111-xy 111' 'iillL'l2l lll1i . . . lu- was :111 1111tst:1114li11g sXXllIllllt'l' ilu' 4 5c:11's . . . s111111g ll 11:11 1'l11l1 1vill1 ilu' llt'llllk'll . . . 3 . . . 111111 Nl.S..X. :iw il NllllllUl1lU1'l' , , , lhllll Il1vll111s St., 2.3. SENIOR BANDMEN - A n n u al Band Concert tinds these seniors in uniform for the last time: Stan Strauss, Ed Moses, Frank Skalski, Joe Jennings, and Tom tiilbart. VETERANS - Unlimited MSA NEVVC wrestling champion, Ben Petrilli, tries a few holds on George Benkert which helped him to top the field at Hopkins. OMERS-ln the sportworld are these JV bowlers who set up at Edmondson Vil: Iage: Ron Stephan, Stan Sdanowick, and Tony Con: stantino. GRADUATES OF l953 ., X 1, ., . THOMAS J. KRATZ: Academic , . , Sl. llL'l'll2l- cllll' . . . ",I.'l'." was ' ' ' 7 'A' llflltl :llll lXlZll'llYll Xlll . - 1 thjll. l, - . . . lllxls p,lllN. . Y' fl . ,gps l .N lllllt ll lt llllll lll ulc 5l'llllll' your . . , "'l'llzlt's llll l-lllln . , . HH Xll, llllllu St 77 FRANCIS KVECHZ Gen- eral . . . St. Row uf l.illlzl . . . "l"l':lll'4" llzls llftvll sec-ll flllgillg "Till I Xlwltx .XQZLII Xxllll Null . . . lulllltlllll lll lst tllllll X ' llll ll Ill un - .,..XX. lr Xlllsll' ill-lllllll . . . -lll-1 llillllcst .Xu-., 35 . . . RON- ALD T. LANGE: General . , . St. lizllllcl'lllc's , , . l Y. SllL't'k'l' 2 ,,.. Nilfrllj' 3, -l . , , Ally. llzlslivtlpzlll J. 3 . . . X2ll'Sllj' 4 . , . "lil-1 mit' llly lurk" , , , lilly Xlltlllllly, Yll'Q.1llll2l Xlzlyll :lllfl pllrl. vllllps . . . l.llu's hltlllllic lllgll zlllll tkllll-gizlll l4lHlllL'K . . . lll7 l'll- tlnllzll' St., 1.3. DONALD J. LEHR: General . . . Sl. Alllwllll Nlllll2iSlL'Tj' . . . llll-lllllel' f.5.Kl.t4, l, 2, 3, -l . , . "You lllllVl' lt" . . . l'2lllli5 "hut lwlrlf' :ls lllllllbj' . . . lvluglwl tllrlll is gl'zlmlll:ltlllll , . . likes lllk' llll'x'l'lzlllll llrllxllls lllll l'.llgllSll . . . ll S. Nlllrll-5' 5l.,ll7.. ,CHARLES L. LENHART: Academic . . . Sl. Rilzlk . . . This llllllfllllli lllrl lists lilvlllllslllllll :ls llls lllgglwt tllrlll . . . L4.S.Xl.l4. l, 2, 3, -l . . . lilies Slllll liclllllll lllrl Xlfgllllil Illzlyll . . . llllll . . . N514 llllllllill' Rll., 22 . . . RALPH G. LIGHTNER: Academic . . St, .XQIIYSS 1. . . Cu-cclltlll' -l . . . llll lxlllllll lzllullx-ll llll All-:ll'lllllll4 3, el llUl', Svllllll' zlctlvlll Ulllllllll- cl' , . . L'.S,Nl.k'. l. Z, 3, . . .'.Xlll'lIllcr lllllllllly . ,L Xl Qilllll Zlllll flllllll . . . Czltllllllc l. llllllllll . . . lllh Ulrl l'I't'!lt'!'lL'li Rl lzlll, LN. CHARLESQL. IJIMMER: General , .I , St. Clem- vrll s. l5,Xl,i, l, 2, .v, 4 . . . XXILWIIIIIQ 3,-1. . . ll-ilwln ls XXHlIIl'lI , . . "llzmlQ' Hui l.1n1llv:u'1lw . . . Xlzirilin .XI4n1im- :mrl Nlilfjllllltl . , liiggmwt 1lll'ill uns N-iuwi' llznll , . , Hill tint-ww .Xu-., fv . . , FRANCIS J. LOMBARDO: Academic . . . St. l'ls11l:n , . , "l.fin1" mlm lxalils Irwin l'zlrltxillc favors limi-ili, lwxiiv, :xml '-ll' Ifwiwls . . , l4.5.Xl.lf l. .2 , 4 , "ini, Ymiiigu :xml liilly Xlzny . , . i'Xl'l1y lil'utlu'1'f" , , , HWH7 ilzxrliml Nil., I-i . . . JOSEPH L. LOTZ: General . . . SI, .XllIll't'XX.N . . . "lilm-jay" lll'llk'lll'l'll llllllvllrwplrlllg xxitli lnnillvxs, -l,X. l. -, :uni xursity 3 . . . ,l.X', wwe-1' I . . . xlilfjlllllil :mil Hxvllll livlullg In Xin-H mtv iiisgll , . . l.il.i xll'l'lllll'l'l'y Sl. ARTHUR P. MACKENZIE: ScientiHc Aca- demic . . . Um' l.znly nl' lhmmpa-ii . , . lancmssmmux Z, .i . Yvnriis lin' IM-lwliiv R4-yriulils :uul grzulllzlliml . . lilws typing mul Hi'iJll'lj' .Xlltllliilln , . 4 "lt's crazy, lm? '.., Jill S. lliglxlnml .Xx'v.. 24 , . , CHARLES M. McCORMICK: General . , , Xlmmsu-ry . , . t'Xlivl4" lilo-N ilu- ll2lllL1l'l'HllN sirlm- wil' life, :infl lnvpcs lf, lll'Ill'llt'l' il xxitli liitvlligciirv t'in'ps , . . ll1'z1wiiig,1 grlx lilxi rlluin '.., 7 N. l'lllX'1'l' Sl .... L. MCCORMICK: Academic . . . Nlmmslcry , . . Flin' plznyvrl lnig part in Dlxmiur l-1PlllIlllIIt'L' 3, Scliim' Xrtixiiim-N l. . , Rules lin-misiry lligll , . . likes lrzlsc lull :mil Iiiwl vliiriwn , . , Xyillllllg Iwi' Ilia' fiiplunm lil R vcr ft 'l4l'l'l"llit' . ai us lr . , GRADUATES OF l953 les and Mike 0'Brien seem to have concocted a special X 0 K ix brew in the chem lab class with true scientific detach: ment. FROSH BOOSTERS - Pictured here are, kneeling: Bob Weigman, Ralph Cavaliere, Louis Jones, Mel Mauer, John Doherty, Tom Hosza, Tony Quigley, John Poet: zel, Bob McLane-part of 9.3 Yearbook backers. SPEED SPECIALISTS - Veteran riders of the keyboard really bear down here in Brother Leo Francis class as Joe Madden, Frank Kvech, and John Bacon set the pace. ,w- A ' , 15151 , ' JOSEPH L. MADDEN: Academic . , . St. 1111111- 1111l"N . . , '1111' 11115 11 111-11111111 -1 . , . lf1111'11111111 1111111-51 -1 . . . N111 xY11L'1'11'1' 111 "XYI1111 .X 1.111-" . . , 1.1111-5 1S1'Illl1'111 1111111-1'15 111111 '111111' .X111 51111 . , . "11111 14111111 7 115 21 111l1I1j 1111112 . . . -512 11111111111111 .X11-.. 14 . . , GERARD F. MADSEN: General , . . S111-1'1-1:1 111-:11'1 111 -11-5115 . . . HS111111-1' 11115 111 C.S.X1.1'. 1, 2. Q1, fl . , . 1111-111111-1' 111. 1111- 5111111-115 1111111 . . . 11111-5 A131111- 11111g11, 11111' 1.1111111111'1111 211111 A12ll1IAL'1'Il 11'11111'11 . , . .X11'. 1'111 11 11111 .... 1229 1'11511-r .XV1-., 2-1 . . . RICHARD C. MAENNER: Academic . . . S1. x1l1l'j' . , . "lJ11'k" 11115 Zlll 111'111'1- ,l1'. 1'111111111111-1- 1111111 , . . 11111111 1-111 5111111111-111 111111 1111111 1111-5 2111 11111' . . . 1111'111'5 -121110 1111551-11 :11111 111111' A12lj' . . . 1115 1'111111'111- 511111'1 15 111111111111 . . . 11111 1211-1111111111 .X1'1-.. 12, CASIMIR S. MAJGRAF: Business English . . . 111111' 111151111 . , . "11111" 11:15 ll 111111112 211111 51111r111111111 111117 . . . 1115 1-11-5 111'1- 1-111A .X1'11-111- 1221111 . . . 01111111 1-111 11151 111-1-1' 1111 11115 . . . Il 511'1111g 1'11111111-111111' . . . 1111111111 511-11111 1111". , . . 111111 S. 1'1-111c1, 31 . . . RICHARD T. MALINOWSKI: Commercial... "X1111" 11115 1111- L'L'I111'l' 111r11'111'11 1111 1111- S11111- L1112lIl1- 1111111511111 S111'1'l'1' 11-11111 . . . "'1'11111'5 140211 C11111, 11211111 . . . 1'111'111'111- 15 I11111'I1 11'11i11- 11S11'1l111g 111 711111111111 l7111'51-y'5 11211111 , , . 12117 S. 1'.11XY1l1111 .X1'1-., 2-1 . . . DONALD J. MALONE: General . . . St. .111111-5 . . , U1J1lI1u Q111-5 Ill-101' ,X11111- 111111 111-511-1'11 111g11 . . , 111113111-11 11'11111'11 111 121-111111-111 . . , "Dig 111111 1'l'?lZj' V111-1'1'1111-1" . . . 'YX11 111 1111, Zlll 1111 1111111 guyu . . . 52112 11111 1'1I'1'111'l'1k'1i R111111. 211, SALVATORE F. MANCARI: Scientific Aca- demic . . . S1161-1-11 111'1ll'1 . , , 1'.S.B1.1'. l, 2 . . . N11-111111-r 111 "1i211l112l 1111" . . . S111-1-1-1' 2, 3. -1 . . . 1111f1l 111 XX'11511111g11111, IJ, 1' .... "S11111" 11141-5 111 111111' S1111F1S 111. 2111 1i1l111Su , , . 1.1111-5 Sl 14111111 111111- . . , 13711 111111 51111-1-1, NNY., 111 . . . GUY D. MANGUS: Academic . . . S2lL'l'1'11 111-111'1 111 11-5115 . . . "L'111'115" 11115 l11L'Il1111'1' 111' 1iZl111l2l 1111 3. -1 . . . Rj'1iL'l1 Lx11l1J 1, 7 1 - .. 1 - -- .. - . . , 1111151 I'k'Sl111'I11 . . , 11111' 11 1-11111 . . . .X11 S1111'5" . . . 1.1-11115 1111111111 C1lCl1l1S1l'j' . , . Q11111'11-re 17. 1-'111'1 1111111111r11, 19 . , . JOSEPH F. MAN- NION: Scientific Academic . . . St. 11151-11I1'5 N1111111511-111 . . . "X1111y5" . , . 1'111y1-11 1111 1111- 111-Y 11111'1iCj 11-11111 2, 3, 4 , . . 11111-5 1111' 11111181 111-1-1' 111111 K11ll'11j'll A111I11'11l' . . . 1f11g11511 15 11111 1'111111'111- . . . 1'111'111'111- 1111111' i5 511111-15 211111 g11'15 . , . 1112 N. N111ll' 11511-1-1 .XX'1'.. 211. JAMES R. MCCRUMB: Academic , , . S1 ' ' " 1'9XI1' 1 ' 11111111-1 X111rk5..,"j1111... 1. . . . C'1lf1'111Tl1l' -1 . . . S1'1l111l' 211111 ,111I1111I' .X1'1111111-5 111111 1111111-c 1-111111111111-1-5 , . . 1.1111-5 1211-11 M1111-1' 211111 1.11- 1'1'11SSL' 111111 -111111-1 111 L4111111151'1l11- . . , S1111111 11111111114 R111111, 28 . . , CHARLES B. MCCURLEY: Aca- demic . . . N111Il1lS1k'I'j' . . . K1111- 5111-01111111-11 111 5111-1'1-1' 2. 5, -1 . . . 51111115 1'.111t11r 111 Q11111 .1 ,... 15511611111- 121111111 -1 . . . 1't11'L'tl'11 111 '1llIl111l' 211111 S1-111111' 11111111111- 11-1-5 . . . N11-111111-1' 111. ,1K1NN1'I' 81111111 . . . 51111115 11-1111 ,l11111'1111115111 . . . 111111 N. .X1I1.!llS121 .X1'1- ..,. EDWARD G. MCDONALD: Acaedmic . . . 51. NI111'1111'5 , . , 1111 15 11111' 111- 1111151- -1.1 11111111 "11111115" . . , 14.S.X1.1'. 2. 11 , , . 5110115 111111 1411-1'1-1111111 , . , 11.1 1411111115 .X1'1-. EMMETT F. MCGEE: Classical Academic , , . St. 11c1'11111'111111-'5 , . . "1111-1111'11" 11115 il 1111111- -111111111-r 111 11'111'11 3 . . . 1'1'1155 1'111'1111'1 1 . . . 111D1l1ly 15 11111111114 1111 C11L'I11-12111 . . . "111- Il 511111l1'K' 511111111-1' . , . 111g1.11-51 111r111 11115 1.g1'111111111111g ,... 171111 111-1511111 111-111-, 29 . . . LAWRENCE F. MCLEAN: Business English . . . St. x111'11211'1vS . . . "112il'l'j'H 11115 21 V!ll'S1Tj 1r1111'1e1' 4 . . . 111g1.g1-51 1111'111 11115 g1-11111g 11111 111' Nl'111Nl1 . . . 511-1111 111111 111-111' 1Lr111111- l'2l111i 111211 .... 121 S. NI11111-r11 St., 31 . . . JOSEPH M. MCSHEA: Aca- demic , , . 51. 11511111 . . . 1'111'111'1111- 111111 1111' 111111- 11111-11 51111c1-5 . , , 1'1111 llS1l2i11j' 111- SL'1'I1 111111 1111- 1111151-1 . . . S11111111'l'll 1.l'1L'11 C'1111'141-11 211111 IXID , . . 11211111 1. 2. .1 . . . 17r1'111-511'11 -1. . . 14.S,X1.14. 1. 2 . . . "51111'- 1l1151" . , .,311l.11,fQ .X1'11'Il 11111111. 1-1. EUGENE M. NOPPENVBE-RGER: Academic St l-ml N . , , Mmm- lmsuls twin tsu' nut lll Illlmf 144,11 lltx . . . llns llllllNllJll lmlllwx nl sl1mxn1g 4l'wgs l ylxqw lrllX l4m1l1l1'H'rlu tnlmilrlll lulllllllwl nmw.mEmfvm f..DAvuJAfNUEmJNl Academic . . SI lflifnlw-Ill . , , "Nw" rim cr-UM. unlllilw :lml llill'lx lll lux lux! yvill' . . , ullk' ul llnm' Iglxt lhxllmulm- lun, , h . fluwlls mn-1: su-ulx :mrl lvnlvllx . . . vlu-x1nsl1'y rnlvs lllgglm , . . Wlml gum 54111 gluing Ill llu' ,,. lll X. l.111xxuml ,Xu-., 14 . . . PATRICK S. O'BRIEN: Academic . . . N .,... 4 51 Xluulmlw . . . Ulm- WSIS lznrmswxlusxsl A . , . lilws tfl tlsll, llslvn l-- Xrliv Slum, l'2ll1'N Nlzlrllyu Xlmlnw ln-'ll . . , Mm ull-lx , . . .lllh llzllxtfml 144,15 R WILLIAM M. O'BRIEN: Academic . . , Sl. Xl.1IIln-xxx . . . "Xlllw" was lizxllpzl Vlmi lm-mlmvl' 5, 4 , . . , . I , , llxlml l, I . , . I .5.Xl.l, l, I . . , lwslclcnt lmw- lnll 3, l . . . lfvsirlm-111 llzulwtlmll 3. 4 . . . A'Nlc111lwl' ,, , A . , .I . UI ilu- lnmsv . . . lxxlwn llulr l, I . . . llnl Lull- Iwrmzn SI. NNY., XX':ul1111gI1fl1. ll. l .... THOMAS C. O'CONNOR: Academic . . . St. Xlnryl lll.,l'.ll ,... l,11tv1'ml Xlrmm :ns ll -llllllul' . . . lllivs 5,11 :l,.,,1N mul gmlml xnnmr , . . lnggs-st tl11'1ll, ggrmlu- .. ,- -' 1 gqlmu , , . lmmx slvnli . . . lxlglli . . . lmx jllu Xlmnt-'mm-r'x' lill., lfllwillgi' . GEORGE R. O'HARA:, General . . . St. llmmus .Xquums . . . llmnlr lnlm :mfl Svnifn' .Xttixilics l'1n111l1iIt1'n's . . . . H , .. l.N.Xl,l, l,.3,.4,'l...5Ull1'l 1.3, 4 . , . l-ull rlmws lm- t'lllQllll'N, lunvll, wvu-x', limi . . , lli5.:ga'sI I Ilu'1ll, Ql'IIflllJll!ll1.1 . . . l llllllllllllllllll lmy lim. . . . Hll XX, .l41l1 S1.. ll, CHARLES AM. MARKIEWICZ: Commercial . , . 51. l':1trlul X... l.5.Nl,k. J, 3, 4 . . . Sn-nun' .Xflivilics :mcl llzmrc KIHIHIIIIIICK' . . . 44l1k'l'l'lt'2lllUl' 3. 4 . , . Ql'Il,l. 3, 4 . . . "l.cl mn' tu-ll yn" . . . lA2lXUl'5 l'n-Wy l-'nitlm :xml l'ulisl1 Szulsngc . , , typing.: wlliz . . . liggcst tlmrill was mzllaing ills! ll1l1l41l's . , . llfl N, Sll'1'k'jk'I' SI.. 24 . . . JOSEPH M. MARX: Business English . , . Sl. lwllllllr . , . "Lkl1crusl1" was l!ll'llllK'l' uf hluuim' zuul Scnim' .Xviiviu Unn- millccs . . . llullcr Skating, llilly Nlzly mul -ll'rc- lcnrlu :irc l'z1x'r11'iIcs . . . grzaclrlzltiurl . . . "got your czlrlum Cllllyn . . . lfs-Ill llullmmlQs Strccl, .2 . . . FRANCIS X. MEZZADRI: General . . . Um- I.zuly uf Nlt, KlJll'llll'l . . . l'-Fllllli plzlycrl Yzuwity l7IlSL'- lvzlll 4 . . . l.t'1lIlS tmvzml Kxllpll Xl:n'tn'1'ic :xml "l'zu':1- vnu" . . . llzas nu cxccp1nn1 :ls In tmul . . . "l'mm , .. - - Img . . . fll Xlyrlll ,Xu-.. lf. MELVIN P. MILLER: Academic . . . Um' l.:uly uf llmunpcii . . . "Nlcl" was rmss-cu1111l1'y HIZIII- SIQCI' I . . , lfS,Nl.k', I . . . l.m-:ms tmvsml k'l1cn1is!ry. llsuliu, llllj lamrlvzmlu, "Xl:1lw llclicu-", lluris llny . , . nl'lIl clisggusla-ll" . . . l4l S. lluulrlcn Sl.. 24 . . . ROBERT E. MORAN, JR.: Academic .... Xll Saints . . . "llull" pluyurl lm gulf lczun l, 2, 3. -l . . . lfwsll lmwlvull , . , cnjwys stczlla :mil lwulxing at Xluxm l'1'ccmzu1 . , . :1 llxlppy guy . . , "lll'llIlllK'lj' . . . l't'lIll'llllK'l' '40 fnmtlwzlll clmzlllmpiullsllip . . . lfllll Xll1'xxmlml Nw.. 7 . . . EUGENE G. MORRIS: General , A. . 151. l"r:1m'is llcSzalcs . . . A-lit'IllAQK'u playa-ml Hlfsllj' llmvllmll S. 4 . , , l,S.Xl.l, l. 2, 5. -l . . . 11u'1l1lw1' ul lxnppxl ilu . . . CIIIIILW trum lnwlw rm11111'y. l'fuslcl'11 Slnnn- . . . ln-:u'l1 parties ramk as I-1lX'tll'lll' . . . 51.3 S. lllIl1'llllI'sI Xvc., Sulislmry. Xlrl. EDWIN G. MOSES: Scientific Academic . . . lilvsscfl S2lk'l'2lIllk'lll . , . "l"rl" ram Yllfillj' ll'ilK'li Al . . . C'.5.Xl,l'. l, 2, 3, 4 , . . Xlvmllcr uf lizlppzl L'l1i , . . SK'Ill1ll' zlvlixitics t'0IllllIllll'k' . . , um' ul tlum' Vvslmlvllis . , . llulvlmy is 'Wlulng x1ll1l1i11g" V 4 , ,NIU Nlu1'1'is1m SI.. l5. llfxsll.. ll. L' .... THOMAS L. MURTAUGH: Business English , . . Slmrim- .ff l.it1lc l'1llYXXL'l' , , . "Klum" is an xlllflljll Nlmmruc fzm . . . lu' fzixf-rs "lll11c Alllwllll, Nlvlllx :xml Slilll KCIIIUII . . . lnusgcsl 1l11'lll uns 21-zullmulmlm . . . .ltvl.l lk-lair liuzul. l.l . . , PETER P. NILLES: Academic . . . St. llrigilll . . . 'Al'cIc" . . . l'l:15x-fl lzlulmssc' l, 2. 3 . . . .l.X'. fuwtlmll J. 5 . . , mmm' 1-1' uf svnim' llflllll k'4lHll!lllll'1' . , . HxlHll.I'k' right. zllusululcly rigl11" . . . lnilllg lu Nll11Il1lt'1' svlm-ml tml' l.:llm ll uns lngqqi-si llwxll N77 l'lu't S1 '4 51. wwf Pl-ll QIUENTIAL HONORS - '52 Senior Prexy George Vaeth assists as Pat Ball presents to Rita Lozoski, partner of '53 Prexy Joe Dorsey, the oflicial bouquet at the Sen: ior Prom. .t 2. il GRADUATES OF TABLE SET-Charlie Diehlmann, John Rakowski, Bob Som: mers, and John Malone and their dates provide a per: manent souvenir of the Senior Prom. PROMENADE - The Emerson foyer was a mite crowded as Charles Brocato, John Debrouse, and Joe Bova di: rect their smiling dates to their appointed positions. has lb i953 LACIOS: Academic.. . . tku ut . . 'llltllllllllitjl . . . r:1vm'tvrl with Y2ll'5llj Nxt'L't't 2, 3, 4 . . . ,I.X'. s-rwci' l, lillllllil thi lllk'lllllt'I' J. H -1 . , , .Xvtivitics with rcsiclcut lL'2lQllt'r . . . "Si Sm . , . Yuucziu-lu . . . JAMES G. PARR: Business English . . . St. lit-1'11:irfl's . . . "Jim" sxuunl t , Y . .. lXilj .Xutlunty :mr l ulit't'llll5L' ul N tm , . . uns In tl it 1 tl 3 -l . "Arc Yum xtiw 111' t't-rltlt-ss" lll2lll'Q " ., . . chzlll :mtl friurl rllickctl . , , l7.iIl 5. liHl'Slll'll Xu . . . BENJAMIN A. PETRILLI: Academic Nt l'r11l1' "l'v11" xvt 't llllk'lll'lll tt' I it s ' N lrlllii 2 4' M 1 'Ni -l -, .. . . . Wl't'Hlllllg 3, -l , , . lows tultthztll ul limct I.c1gh..."lJ hh" hi get t thnill txt zu- gf-s ' :st mug Insimg llcru .XlX'2ll'fl :mtl xxirlllirlg tht' Nl N iqllillllliltllldlill in NYl'l'5lllllQ, , . . N720 Sllllllllll .Xxx JOSEPH PFEIFFER: General . . . SI. lim dict . . . L'.S.Kl.l'. 2, .3 . 4 . limiting :tml tishing lizwl lluustcr . . . Doris Day :mtl husclmll . . l x' cnt out lm' the teams, hut im llllllxtfl . . . 31,37 ll tttl St., Z3 . . . ROBERT E. PHILLIPS: Scientific Academic , . . Little l'ilmt'cr , . . "Huh" nut g nhl on lmvkcy team 2, 5. -1 . . . plztyt-cl tint-ls mul IX luutlnztll . . . fxxvurs fria-fl t'l1it'kt-11, tlitlwlit' Ilight un tl2lllt'lllg . . . "It's 'l'11-lm-111l4ms" . . . t'lu-mistry 3324 llllrllcy Ave., I3 . . . WILLIAM R. POH LER: Business English . , , St, Nlnrtk Star nl tht Suzi , . . "Hill" rates llilly Klny :ls tops . . . zulu it rczuly with ll smile , . . zulurcs 'limi' .xtllj'5tlll Hllmx' :ihtmt that" 4 . . grzultmtilm . . . l5ll7 lhmx St., dll. QU IEDWARD A. RUTKOWSKI: GE!19i'3l . s1. l':11111'l1s . . H1111 11lz151'1l XX'llll 1l11- X'2lI'sllX' s111'la1111'11 J. .1 , , . l.il11's l'l11si1's :1111l l3:1sl11'1l1:1ll . , . VSXH' l. J, .1 . . . l':1v111's Slilll ls1'1111111 illlfl "l.i1tl1' lJ1'1111s 111' XX':111-1"' . . . lll.5 l'.lIlllI'1'1' F1 .... RONALD F. RYKOSKEY: Academic . . , 51. l11-1'11:11'1l's . . . "lQ1111" l1:1s :1 11l1-z1si11g 111-rs1111:1li1y :1111l gvls :1l1111g 1111l1 1-11-1'111111- , , . 11sllJ1llX' Nl'1'lI NXXlllQlllIAL1 ll gulf 1'l11l1 . . . 'l':1l11-s lQ1lll 1g:11111- s1-1'11111s . . , 11111s1:1111l111g 1'1-s11l1'111 ...1111 li11:11'1111111l X111.. 541, l'111sl1111'gl1. l':1. . .. SALVATORE A. SALES: General . . . 51. ,l11s1'11l1's 'iS:IlU . . . l'l1IX'1'1l ltrl' Il11' Xi1Il1 1111111 l1g1Il 11-51111 , , , 1-111111s l11z1li11g. s1111gl11'11i :1111l IllL'2ll' U , . .. . l1:1lls :1111l l 1-Q U Xly l l1':11'1 , , . 1'1'1111'111l111rs 51. .l111-R 1'I1:111111i1111 111111I111ll lkillll i11 '4" . . "ll1'1 lffl Y. XX:1l11' lllilil ..,. lil Xll. l.11i11'1 l.:1111' Ill. ROGER T. SAURUSAITIS: General . . . 81. X111l11111-1 , . , 15XIl l, 2, 3, -1 . . , 511111111s 4lXl'l lqlX1'l'N 1 l1:1111l11-is illlll xlillll'1'l'll 4Vll:11A:1 . . . lQ:1111 111' sl1i111-. l11- 1111111' 111 s1'l11111l . . . X l1z11'1l xx111'l11'1' . . , li111g1-s1 1l11'1ll XXZIN 1'11111111g 111 1l11- XI1111111 . . . i11 l-W . , , -lhlll Xl111111s111:1 Xu' ,... ROBERT C. SAUTER: Scientific Academic , . . "Il11l1" l1l11-s 1'11:11li11q :1111l sll1Dl'lN . . . X':11'si11 111'11ss 11111111141 :1111l 11'11-s1li11g 2, s111'1'1-11 5, 11':11'l1 -l . . . IA:11'111's l1111l11gy . . l1ig111-s1 1l11'ill XXZIN 1'11111i11g 111 1l11' XI1111111 . . . lll l'-.llg1'Il1' X11',, ll ..., ROGER D. SCANLAN: Academic . . . XXV. XXlils111I . . . 'ill111,31"' l1li1's l'1111I- l1g1I1 111 11111 s11111'1 . . . 1111-l1s 1l11' Xlz11'ylz1111l "'l'1-r11s" JIS 1l111 j.1l'1'2lll'Nl . . . l':1x'111'i11- s11l1.i1'1'1. lfiiglisli . , . llilly Xluy :1111l "1 l, ll:111111 ll:11"' . . , 55l.5 l.1111'11l11 SI.. l'1-1l11s1l:1, Xlrl, l-l. JOHN R. SCHANBERGER: Scientinc Aca- demic , . 51, lf1lxx:11'1l's . . . A',l:11'l1" is s111is1i1-1l 11i1l1 1111 11111- l1111 Xllll S11111l11'1'11 :11111 Huy l.11111l1:11'1l11 , , . Xl1'111l11'1' 111' l'SXlll .l, -l . . . "l l11'li1'x'1-H . . . ll11'1'l1s 11'i1'1l 1'l1i1'l11-11 :1111l X':111l11-1-s 41s 1l11' l11's1 . , . "l'l111111" , , . lil! 1il1-111':1gl1' li1l., 13 .,.. L. THOMAS SCHWARZKOPF: Scientific Academic , . . S1. l:l'l'll2l1llll1 f... "'l'11111" lisis Dllllll' ll:111'1'. X':111l11-1's :1111l s11:1gl11'11i :1s I':11'111'i11's 1 . 1 l'lI11l11ill'1ll'l13' V2ll'L'K'1' . . IZI111- 'l'g111g11 . , . 151111111-s1 1l11'ill l11'1'11111111g s1'l11111l 11l111111g1':111l11'1' . . . illll ll1'11is1111 Sl., ill. . . . STANLEY S. SDANOWICH: Business English , . , "S1:11l1" 1':1x'111's Xl111'ily11 Xl11111'111- :1111l 1l11- RL'Il S11x 1xl1il1- l1t'lllll1Q 11111 111' s1-l11111l is l1is l1igg.:1's1 1l11'ill . . . 5111'1'1'1' 1. .l . . . l1111Xl11l1.1 fl . . . ?4.ll 5. ll1'1l11'1 X11-,, 24. JOHN W. RAKOWSISI: Academic . . .- St. .Xg111's . . . l11g ,l11l111 Xyllli' . . . g111's 1111' 1l11- U1'111l1's, lQ11s1'111:11'y kl1111111'y, z1111l llilly-l11lly 11111si1' . . . l.ils1's 111 llIllit'l' 11'i1l1 1':11li11s . . . "cle Ill' suis pus., . . . 54ll llltl l'il'1'1l1'l'l1'li lQ11z11l, Ill . . . GERHART B. RA- MIREZ: Academic . . 1 "111-ry" 11111111 111181. .l111- ll'1l1Il l'111-1'111 R11'11 . . . l'.llI'llk'5t, ll2lHl-XX'111'lilll2, s111- 1l1'111 . . . l'z1r1i1'ii1:111-1l xxitll 1l11' X':i1'si1y S1xi1111111'1's -l , . , ,l,X'. 'l'1':11'l1 . . , l,1111l1i11g li11I'XX'1ll'll 111 lifiltlllllllivll :1111l XillllL'Q.fL' . . . 2550 XX'. l'1':111 51 .... THEMIS J. RAMIREZ: Academic . . . St. lI1'111-1li1'1 . . . "'l'l11'111is" l1:1ils 1111111 Smith 1114 1l11- ll111'1l1'1' . . . Xl111111'- L'yl'lL'S fur . . . l.ZlX'lDl'S lJiz111z1 l.j'lll1, Xl1111li11 R1111g1-. C'l1'1'1-l:1111l l111liz111s :1111I l1i11l11g5 . , . 'l'l11'ill1-cl 111 cs- 11l11si1111 Ill- l1is l151l1'11g1'11 1-X111-1'i1111'111 . . . 23511 XX', l'1':111 S1.. 2.5, JOSEPH E. RECKER: General . . . xlUll2lSlk'l'X' . . . ll11l:l1y is 1':11li11. "li111111 il 1'1111l 111111, ll:11l1ly" . , , lilltllllllll , , , llc tzllks 1111l5' illlllllt 11111si1' 11111l 1l11' 111'- 1'l11-s11':1 1':1ll1-1l llll' "l'11111l1:1l1'1'1's" 111' wliicli l111 is 1l11' 111111121111-1' . . . 4720 llimlairla .X1'1'., 20 . . . GEORGE J. ROESSLEIN: Academic , . . S1, l-fliz11l11-111 . . . .lllii Crazy :1l111111 1'z11li11 . . . ll111111s 111 111:1l111 it liis 1'111'111'1'. rz11li11 1':1ll l1-111-rs Ill'1' XX'3X'lll3 . . . "'l'l1z11's il 1lir1y trick" , . . Nest 111 r:11li11 is 5XX'lllllIllllQ, 'li1ll'lil'X' . . . L'111111-s l.l'U1Il fi111l's 1'1l11lllI'X', "lligl1l:1111l" . . . 154 X. l.11z1'r111- .Xv1-., 2-l . . . CARLOS T. ROJAS: Academic . . . "R11ji1:1s" X':11Asi1y S111'1'1'1' 3, 4 . . . .Xll-Xlz11'yl:1111l . , . lil11-s girls :1 l111 . . . l1z1ils 1'1'11111 llll' 1l1-1-11 s11111l1 . . . "Ni ll:1l1l:11"' . . . ll1'si1l1'111 ll:1s1'- l1:1ll 2. 3, -l , . . l':1r:11':1s, X'1'111'1111'l:1, PAUL W. SHARPLEY: Business English . , l'l1 ul gl 111 "l"111l" NY'l' LSXIC l 7 1 'NS ' . IL'l'lllllt' . ..1 15.. ,.... AI11111111 .mtl 511111111 lt1llllllllll't'5 ,IX ll2lSt'l511ll 2 , . . lttws s1-11t'11111l :111rl typing . , . ".Xll right, :1ll riglit . . . getting 1111t ut' lntntiklwcpitlg . . . fmtlll Xhiyiilllblik' .Xu-,, 1.8 .... JAMES SHAW: Academic . . . ,Xsct-11s1o11 . . . Hll1lXYliH 1lIl1ll'0hSL'S cveryoiic with his 11111 wt-ll hlwtl :111tl Itlllt "1 -' 11111111lz1r . . . CSML' l, 2 . . . l1z1scl1z1ll IX 2, 3 ll1l1tl1111 It lltl l1 2' 'l'Z .,.lllllA ing :tml gold prttspn-ctiiig . . . rczuls Spanisli . . . Allllll'QCIl tVIla11':1 :1111l i:l'lL'll kllllCiiL'll , . . -lfmlltl l'1111l:11' .Xu-., 27 .... FRANCIS SKALSKI: Academic . , . Ilttlt li11sz11'1' . , llllllx I1 . " "1 'sts l'11lisl1 Nz1ti1111z1l Alllllvlll, lllllSlk'. Stun K1-11to11 z111cl Allll'llj'll Alllllflll' :is tz11'111'1tcs . . . Biggest thrill was passnig 21 Lhcni hsh 111 1 1 ll ul l'11l1 li" lfilfy test . . . l'o . 11710 ti:11'y .Mag 22. s1h15l'... r 15x JOHN R. SMALLWOOD: General . . . St. l 7 3 -l liuutlwtlll 7 i Xl:11'ti11's . . . USMC .-. , . . . ' 2 ,-. .. QIX' . . . liilslivllliill l, 2. JY . . . Lilies sports, Y11111111' lic liurlu zuttl Y1lllliL't'S . , . llzlrtl l.111'k hut , . . likes Shirley Zllltl Liutliulic High . . . ll North l"11lt1111 .X111-.. 2.3, . . . WILLIAM H. SMITH, JR.: Academic . . . S2l.L'l't'll llcurt of Nlary . . , "S111itty" slizulottctl St1'i1'l41-1- for four vcznrs . . , plzwccl JY foot- , , 1 l1z1ll .1 , . . lI'IlL'li 3 . In tu I51'11tl11-1' John , . . llt- 1'l:11111s the 1'lz1r1111-t zuul sax art lmlslmius . . , Sports lfflitur tif "Quill" 4 . . . 0710 iitlllllll llill R11 7' 1" ' . . 'qt tl11'il'l wits mitfoxiiig .. . ANDREW J. SMUTNY: General . . . St. XYL'IlCL'Sl2lllS . . . Xv2ll'Sltj' l:4lLtIll2ill 3, -1 , . , ,l1111i1+r X'z11'sit5' 2 , . . Yzirsity llz1scl1z1ll 2, 3, -l . . . JY lmskt-tl1z1Il .Z . . . Varsity -l . . . Lilies I'hylI1s lxirk, lmselmll, t11:111ts :111rl Vliystcs . . . Stl-l North Ili-lnttrtl .Xu-,. 5. GRADUATES OF 1953 SPECIAL REQUEST-Tony Dem: ma, soccer man, and James Dorsey join their smiling dates in requesting orches: tra leader for the "Hokey Poke". TABLE COUPLE-Sitting out one of the Sport Dance num: bers are footballer Andy and his sparkling date Betty. FLASHING SMILES-Cross:Cou111 try track coach, Brother Francis Joseph, kids Ron: nie Baranowski and Leo Romeo about their trophies as Joan and Helen join the fun. E ff ki .11 RICHARD L. STRASSNER: Academic . , , Sl. XI:11'1K fi-11:111s ..., l1111i111' Jllltl S1-11i-11' llilllkik' Lilllll' 1111111-1 ',,. S11i111111i11q -1, XJll'Nllj trztvli I . . , 1':111I4s gills zu l1is I111l1I11 '... l'l1il:1rl1-l11l1i:1 l'l1ils . . . "l.t't'a 1':1t' '..., 9Ill liztsttr llrixv. Il .... STANLEY C. STRAUSS: Academic . . . l-I Il11I1 iXI2ll'Iji'l'N . . . "5t.111" uns 1:11-ity t'lIIll4'l'lIIJlll 3. -I . . . liltt-N lfstlwi' IIilli11111- :1111l l'11i1'1'1'sit1 111' Xl:11'1I:1111I . . . "X':1t'll1, -11111 l11111'1111' ',,, llllllf IYillw11s ,Xx't'., 2.5. , . . JOSEPH E. STRICKER: Academic . . . St. l'1lxx:11'1l's . , "I-1111" XXZIN ll 1111-111I11-14 111' Illk' II'IlL'Ii 11-:1111 1 Jllltl .I . . I':11111w IiL'liI1l2llI :1111I l'1Ait'1I 1'l1is'IQt'11 . , , I SMI l, -, 3. -I . , . 1111s I 11-1-rl1t1-1' 111 Qmll -I . . Nl'l'Xt'4l 1111 lllllllvl' :1111l sv11i111' v11111111itt1'cs . , . 5I1lI' llilstn . . . .UW XXX-s11111111t .X11'.. II1. HENRY M. STROMBERG: Academic , . . St. Xlnrlw . , . ullltlllxil is :11111tl11-1' tI:1t1111wilI1' I1111 . , . l':11111's S1-11111, lllll I1is llllllll IlIIl'I't'NI is Ill l1i- gllll 1-11ll1-vti1111 . . . l'l1:11't1-1' IIIt'llll1t't' 111' XYNI L'21t1111sx'ilI1' "lint liillt-1' lIl11l1" . . . llillll 1':11li11 XXQIXIOX . , . I SKU I, J ...V IX' trztvlt .I . , . lit' XiL'I't' l.2ll1l', JN. , . RONALD A. TARBERT: General . , . St, ll11111i11i1w . . . VSNIK' Z, .5 . . , "'l'll1'tI1"' . . . 5111'- 1'1:1l1'1-N 111 t'lll'N llllll IINIIIIIQ . . . M111 I1111111 it , . . 511111 Iv-11l1111, xllllllllil xliljll :1111I CllIt'Ixt'lI . . . lhgiqt--t tl11'ill wsu 1g1':11l11:1ti1111 , . . S5111 l".ls1'111Im' Xvtx, I-I. . , . JOSEPH P. TAYMANS: Academic , . . St, XI:11'1X . , , liml Sim Illlll . , . l,il11-s 11111si1' 1114 llilly xlilf , . l,1sls I1:1slX1-ll1z1Il 51s l111l1I11 . . . I1114g1wt 1111-1II XXIIN st-vi11u .Xl111:1 Nl:1t1'1' llL'2ll l'2tIIt'l'X-4111 i11 IIl4'7 , . . "l't'l1'u . . Sllll Yurlt Iltxllrl, MICHAEL E. SNEERINGER: General . , . Kl1111:1slc1'3 . . . IIIUIIIIICI' 111' LISNIL' . . . Yztrsity s11i111111i11g .I . . . 'IX' St1L't'l'I' I . . . likt-S ll:1sl4ctl1:1II, l'l1i1'l4t'11 :111fl ,lc1111it'1'1' .l1lIIL'5 . . . I1:11'1l 11'111'Iw1' 1xl111 lilscs El Int 111' I-llll .... X littlt' IHZISIII-Ill 11itl1 girls . , . ISI Strlllll LI11Ili11s .X1'1'., Ill .... JOSEPH A. SNYDER: Business . . . St. NI2ll'j'iF . . , Star ut' tliu S111 . . . "Xl" , . . KISKIKI 5, -I . . . t'11l1 f11c1t- I::1ll, l1:1sl41-tI1:1lI . . . l.c:111s t11 lQz1I11I1 l'iI:11111igz111, lk-l11':1 l':1gct . . , A"l'I1:1t 11i11't l1z14l, l'z1I" . . . Iilll XXI-I1stu1' Sl., .Ill .,., FRANCIS H. SOBCZYNSKI: Aca- demic , . , lI11Iy lQ11s:11'5 . . . "l'iI'2llIlin is 11111- of tl1c "IIiggI1l:1111lt1111'11" gang . . . -111-111 2 ycztrs witli LISNIL' . . . lllws fur girls, S11:111isl1, 1:r111I11:1ti1111 z111cl l'11Iisl1 flislics . . , S1:11'1- ti111c, 1':11Ii11 "l1:1111" 111111 Rust' Stix-ct I 'ilQ41l1l011u . . . 7.ZIl Rust' St., .2-I. ROBERT A. SOMMERS: Academic . . . St. Nlzlrlis . . . l111I1 r:111 l'l'tis5t'tlllllII'j' I, .1, 4 . . . l1:1st'l1:1Il :1114l Il1lk'IiL'j' I. l . , . 1':1tt-s 11:1ssi11g t'l1c111ist1'y IIS lrigggvst tl11'ill . . . l7li11s tlic silvcr fm' It lllblllly . . . HIQXCIIN lJ:1tl1I5'." . . . ISHS l'z11'la tiiwnc .X1'c.. ZS. . . . JOHN A. SPAMPINATO: Academic . . . St. l.l'l'III2l . , . VSNIL' I. 2. 3, -I . . , "Il11l Nucl" Slllllll lL'illl5 t11xx:11'tl XXlL'Slt'I'lI, SIDZIQIIUIII. illltl 'Al Iw- Iit-1'c" . . . c11111i1111z1Ily lz1ll1i11g :1I11111t "l':1t" , . . "Sl111t llll, liilflbllu , , . lluris IIQ15 :1111I l.1111is I'1'i111z1 . . . .4-IIN? tiznrlislu .Xu-.. Ita .... HOWARD SPED- DEN: Business English . , . Sill'l't'tl llt-111-1 . . . "S11ccrI" amps IIIISUIIIIIIL l':1ttc1's1111 i11 '-Ill 11':1s I1iggL'st 1I1r1lI , . . IHk'Ik'l'5 lrillill, l, :1111l typing . . , t:1x111'1tcs 2111' lhulcly Nl111'1'1111' :1114l lh'l11':1 l'2lQL'I , . . "Xl1111, get 1111t 11iIl 111110 . . . -Ill-I S. l'111'1111:1II St., I-I, KENNETH E. SPRANKLE: Academic . . . St. lik'I'll1lKllIlt' , . . KISNIP I, 2, .I , . . "'l'l1c XYI1istI1'1"' It-1111s t1111':11'1l ll:1111l1111'g1'1's, llvllltll l'Il'fl'I z1111I ll1gl1 .Ntbtlll . . , "Hut 1111tz1 llL'l'L'i '... s11u111s :ill I1is time s11i111111i11g :1114l l111xxIi11g ...V IU3 Ilt'III51llI St., QV. . , . EDWARD A. STEVENS: General . . . St. lflivxtlit-tl1 . . . lillllll I. I . . . tiSXlt' 1.2.5.4 . . , 'IX' Il1111'I111g 2. Varsity .I . . , "l"i1'1-l1z1Il" . . . llnsc- lvzlll , . . ll1':111'i11g,1 illlll X'irgi11i:1 xllljll, t':11'111'itcs . . . A'St1'cct 1':11' was I2lIl', ll1'11tl1c1"' . . . 2727 l'IilSIL'l'll .Xvc,. 2-I .... JAMES V. STOUT, JR: Classical Academic . . . lllcssvrl S:11'1'a11111-11t . . . "-li111" was :111 ztvtiw S1'11i111' L'11111111ittc1' 1112111 . , . his I111I1l11' is 11111sit' , . . SIIIII lit-11t1111's 11111si1' wiuls I1i111 . , . su elm-s .l:111ct l.cigl1 , . . gut-s t'-11' ll. .Xll1'11 S111itl1's xxwrlts , . . -lt1-Ill Y111'l1 IMI., IJ. TABLE "34"-Ronnie Tracy, Bob Franz, ti e 0 r g e 0'Hara, James Debes, and John Blake start ot? their Sen: ior Prom memories with a souvenir pix. F1 FAVOR TIME-Grads Tom Strass: ner and George Vaeth cue their dates, Jeanne 0'Don: nell and Pat Ball, on the rapid dispersal of the fa: vors. PATIENT PARADERS - John Clark, John Mueller. John Smallwood and their at: tractive partners keep a close check on the Prom: enade directions. GRADUATES OF l953 MARTIN R. TEVESZ Academic . . . S14 ,ln-1'111111 "Slope" guns l-HI' lmscl-zxll :111rl l1i11l11g1 . 4 l ' 1 . - 1 -.1- -111 M., ,,.. . 4. ll-ll XY, ll:1111l1111'g4 St.. SH, 4 . 4 RONALD B TRACY: General ..,. XNk't'lIAiIIll . . 4 17111-11 ll1111st kllllllllllllti' . . . LASHL' 2, .3 . . 4 l'.11,111ys x1:ll1'l1111c IX z111:l 1l1'11'111gg . , 4 lxz1l11l1 l'l:111111g:111. Vlllllt' .Xll1x1111 .. . ,, . Y llltl tru-fl t'lllt'lit'll . . 4 lnggcst tl11'1ll 1141s l1'11111 :111:l g1'z11l11:1ti1111 4 . . 5711 St't'Illltl .Xu-.4 37. . . CHARLES TRAYSER: Academic , . . St .X11cl1't-115 , . , VSXIL' l, 3 . . , lQz11l111 4 . . liz1l11l1 llilllllgilll . . . Hula- Sltvllll 4 . . lliggwl ll11'ill uns gt-tt111g 1li11l11111z1 . . . i'l'l111vl4" , , 4 litilll N111111 llllil 'k'llt'l'j' . . . 1133 X, litvllllllll SI.. 5. LLOYD E. TUCKER: Academic 4 . , 51 2ll5illlk'.S . . . "'l'111'lQ". ll lllk'lllllt'I' 111' tl1c Jli l1:1111l 11:15 il VSML' l'L'fll'CSt'lllZlllYt' l. 2, .5 4 . . l111l1l11 is 1111g . . . lilws N1111' lwct' Zlllll 1l1111111l111gs 4 . . St-1111 . l'11tz111sc11 llill, lQ11111c 14 l4111tl111'11111 ll1s.4 Xl1l4 . . JAMES E. VAETH: Academic . . . Sl, Nlilfliix A V i lull 1 ll'1lllS t11xxz11Arl 5l2lll lv-1111111 :111rl ll1v Ima . , , . . . licfl Sox . . , Xill'Nll5' fl'1l5sL'41llllll'j' J, -I . , , R11 L 1111 1111 tl ul 1 -l l 1 1 t lllllll 111 1111111111 7 ' ,1111-N - 'N - 1 4 fx., 5, 4 ,, 111 Alillllxllll Sllllllft' l1z11'rlc11 . , 4 -Ol Alllltlvll lllHlk't l 1110, JN .... OTTMAR B. van der BERG General . , 4 Nl1111:1stt-1-1 , . , tins likes liilly M111 llltl tl11- l:tlSltlll Llcltica . , 4 was x':11's1t3 Q1lllL'l' J, -l . lilggcst llll'lll was ggmng 111 llllZll5 Ill Xl4?r.X, pull 111111114-11t 4 , . 4221! AlilN52lf'llllNl'llN Xu-.4 ill. 3 RY 1 T ' Q -1 EDWARD P. WUNDERER: Scientific Aca- demic . . . St. .X11tl111111's . , . "lil" 1':111 DIX' llAIll'li l. J . . . 1':111 l1111'1ll1's, Xznwity .3 . , . llfvllwtw sl:111111s .1s :1 l111l1l1y , . . ls l'I'2lKj 1111-1' Nl:11'il111 Nl11111'111' :1111l I1'11'1l l'lllt'lxt'lI , . . t':11'111'il1' s11l1l1'1't is l'lIk'IlllNll'j' . . . "l ll1'll1'u'H . . . -lillf llllll11I1 ,X1'k',, lt ..,. F. YAKEL: ScientiEc Academic . . . St. Xl:11:t111 . . . l'SNll' l. .2 . , . UIX' l'1111tl1:1ll .5 . . . Xvilfrllj l1:1s1-l1:1ll 3, -I . . . S11111'1s , 4 . Nl:11'ilw111 Xl11111'111'. ll1st111'1 , . lC11:1st lT1'1't A.., lllgun-st tl11'lll was 1'1':1rl11:1t11111 , , . lllilllx t11 :1tt11111l l.11111l:1 l'11ll1'g1' t11 sl111Iy 15,11 I . Q jill! XY. l":1l1'111111111l Xu-., Ll. . . . BERNARD ZIEBRON: Academic , . . St. t:1s111111's . . . "ll11t1'l1" 11:1s :1 l'SNll"1' :1ll t'11111' -Xl'lllN . . . 1-11j11ys 1'l11-1111sl1'1 :1111l l-l'll'll Ullll'lxk'II . . . "XXl1:1t'11- 1:1, :1 1'1111111111111st , . . lvluutwt tl11'1ll 11:1s XXIIIIIIIILI :111 ilI'l..fllIllC'lIl 111tl1 l-1'11, X11st111 . . . Dlx 5. I.11f1'1'111-, ll. STANLEY J. ZIELINSKI: 'Blusiness Engigsh . . , St. l:1t1'11'l1s . . . Xl1111w t:11111's gurls, llllj lZ1':11lsl1:111, ,l:1111-t l.1-114l1 l':11':11':111 . . . llll11'1- l'1':11't11'1' :1111l ll:1111 1111 t11:1st . . . lliggt-st tl11'1ll 11:1s lu-11114 :1 N1-111111' , , , Hllmllllg llf lfitsl ll1lllllII1vl'1'H . . Xl:11l1-i1':1 Nt- .il .... JOSEPH H. ZIMMER- AC3!l8!71lC . . lfusl' lllx l.lll1il . . . "fi111l111" . l'111'l11-1l 1111 X':11wi11 l3:1wl1:1ll t1-:1111 .5 . . . X:11wit1 l'11111l1g1Il ,S . , . VSXIK' 3 . . . Iltt'IllltL'l' Nt'lIllPI' 1l:1111'1- l'1lIllIllllll'l' . . "St1':111g1' lllll1g1N :11'1' l1:111111-11i11u". . IW1 Xl11:11l1111 lQ11:11l fi. l1:1lt41 HUBBARD LEE VOLENICK: ScientiEc Aca- demic ..,. XII 5:1i11t's . . , lfly-l1111 . . , l,lIN'lA l.:1111'i1'. l'l11'1111st1'y :1111l S111111111111g . . . lliggust 1111-111 11-115 Si, DI111' 1ll'lAt'21llllg1 l'1bl3' fur tl11' l1:1s1'l1:1ll 1'l1:11111111111sl11p lll '32 . . . -lilll S111'111g1lz1l1- .X11'.. 7 .... FREDERICK H. WAGNER: Academic . . , Kl1111:1st1-1'5 . . . l111111s t11 st1':1i11s 111' S111-1lisl1 Rl1z1ps111l1 . . . 1llllj'L'il s114'1'1-1' l. I. .5 , . . l.:1 k'1'11ss1- 2, S, 'lll'1lt'li -l illlil VSNIK' l, 2 , , . lists l11'1'111:111 :1s t':11'111'itc stllrjcct . . . "l.1'I's lQl'l ll tlvvl' Xxltlln . . . Slll lqk'l'lll'l'll'li ,Xu-,, IU .... MICHAEL A. WAGNER: Com- mercial . . . St. l'fl1z:1l11'tl1 . . . "Klil41"' . . . SUYUII 'l'ilt1'1:s, Nl:11'ily11 Xl11111'111' :1111l Slillllltr l11-:ul his list 11t' t':11'111'1t1's . . . lliggcst tl11'1ll Nkkillxlllg 111 ,lX' g:11111' :1Q:1i11st l':1tt1'rs11:1 . . . "XYl1:1t's tl11- st111'3 lll'l'k'H . . P ' A ' J -full lu. l':111'111111111t .X11-.. --l. DONALD W. WALSH: Classical Academic St l'k'l'll'll'llllll'.N "ll'111l"' 11'1 1'1111lit111' 111' : 1 . 1 . 1 , . . . 1 X 1 5 ' A 11' 1'l1111l: 3. -l . . . t':11111's 1':11li11 :1111l 1'11lQ1's, l111p1-s 111 l 111:1111- :1 1':11'111-1' 111 l11'11:11l1':1stl11g . , , "'l'l1:111l4s :1 1111" . . , :1l11:1ys s1-1-11 11itl1 l.igl1t111'1 '... .5-'S 111111111 .X1'1'., J' ..,. GERARD E. WARD: Academic . . . St. .l11s1-11l1K Xl1111:1st1'1'5 . . . ",l1'1'1'5" 11:1s :1 XYl'R'9llk'I' 2, J. -l , . .1'1'11ss-1'11.111t1'5 l, 2, 3. 4 . . , ll'IlL'li 1.3. . . 11111 p:11't11'11l:11' 111 t1111.l . . . l11g1g1-st tl11:ill 11':1s 11'1'1'sll111g1 t'111' Xl.S.,X.. l'l1:1111p11111sl1111 . . . 47311 .X111l11-1'l1-1' .X1'1'.. lll .,,. JOHN A. WARGA: Business English . . . S:11'1'1'.l ll1-z11't . . . "Klum" l1':111s t11 llilly Rl:1y. 75:1 fs:1 l1:1l:111', Yillllicvs , . . l4SNlK' 5. -l . . . l'11llsll s:111s:1g1' . . . "Rig 111:111" .,.. 5335 l'-tlNlL'I' .X11'.. 24. EDWARD F. WILBOURNE: Academic . , . St. lI1'1'11:1r1li11c's . . . "l'D1l" 11:1s :111 :1l1l1- :11'tist, :11':11l- :1l1l1' t'111' lllllllj 1111st1-rs . , . VSXIK' l, 2. 3. -l , . . "XX'l111's gut :1 l111'l1y" , . . UIX' 'l'1'z11'l1 1, .3 . . . llllll l'11111lll1lll 3 . . . lllr lll'lllNUll Sl., lil. , . . CHARLES L. WILLIAMS, III: Academic . , , "l'l1:11'li1-" 1':11111- 111 tl11' Xl111111t 1111111 XX':1sl1111gl1111 :1111l l,1-1' . . . lll1j1'1'1i1'1': X:11':1l ,Xt'ilIll'lllj , . . l'SXll' -l . . . ll1'11ss-L'111111t1'y 111111 'llI'Jll'li 4 . . . XY111'l11-1l l1:11'1l 1111 tl11' l11111l1s l'2lI'lj' Illlll l:1t1' , . , l"1111f 5lll1lK'lll . . . l'111111l:11' 1'1's11l1-11t .... X1'l111gt1111 1. Yil .... ROBERT W. WITT: Academic , . , l-I llulj XI:11'ty1's . . . ulltblbn is tl11' S1-11:1t111' t'1'11111 l':1lI1111111 St ,... KASMKA l. 2, -l . , . Ql'll.l, 5. -l . . . ,lll11i111' .Xbtlvltlcs l1n111111tt1'1'111:111 . . . l11l1s l . . . "'l'l1:1tk t'111' tl11- lirflslu ,l1':111 l'1-t1'1's z1111l ullk'l'2lllNl' 111' Y1111" . , . .Htl S. 14:1ll1111111 St., 1.3. T A B L E GET 2 TOGETHER - tSeatedI: Charles and Mar: ion, Walter and Joan, Mary and Pat, Don and Mary Lou: tstandingjz Joe and Mary Lou, Rita, Jim and Chris at Graduation Ball. BUNNY HOP-Jim, Chris, Alice, Roger, Susan, and Ron catch the tempo and swing right along in the Bunny Hop. A QUIET FOURSOME - Roger Saurusaitis, Gerald Mad: sen and their dates sit out one of the dances at the S h e r a t 0 n:Belvedere on Graduation Night. THE SENIOR CLASS P0ll OF l953 Best Scholar Most Popular l'l2llltlS0lllCSl Best Athlete Wittiesr ... Noisiest ... Sleepiest ...,.. Most liarnest Best llancer . Hungriest .. liarliest .. l.atest ..... Best Orator . Best Actor .. Most Modest . .W . .Ralph Lightner . . . . .lloe Dorsey . . .james Bracken . . .Earl Hamper . . . . . .Mike Clark . . .Frank l.0lI1lJZll'Cl0 lValter l,2llllflSlCWVlC'l .....Melvin Miller . . . .Bill lfederling . . . . .-joe Taymans . . . .Owen Harrison . . . .Edward Stevens . . . .Joe Madden . . . .xloe Madden . . .Earl Hamper Did Most for School . . Best Dresser ...... . Most CiCllll6lll2illlS' .. Most Loyal ...... Soonest to Marry .....,.... Most Likely to Sllcreecl Best Politician ...... Peppiest ...... 'lallest . .. Shortest ........ Hard Luck Boy . . Happiest ......... Best Mount Booster .. Hardest lVorker . . Best Natured . . . , . . .hloe Dorsey .. .Ben Petrilli . . .Earl Hamper . . . . . .Mark Baden Charlie Markiewic-1 ...Ralph Lightner . . . . .Pete Nilles . . . .jack Crauer . . .Fred Hochrein .. . . .james Heller . . .-Iohn Snlallwood . . .Ronald llriscoll Charlie hl2ll'lilClN'lC'l . . . . .Mark Baden . . .George Benkert '74 GRAND IfINAl.I1-Proudlv pictured h 5 ere are thc graduat : f ' ' ' cs 0 the class ot 'sa f - V' ' fain ru no ron A a ter II1dI'Lhlllg' round the hall: room on their promenade. is fs Q Egziiyweg ' iw' iz W M Q 5 r H :se S iv K .2 K '... I ,, H X ?1"'1'gA wif, . + 2 if Q ,A ,pun lllli NlliH'l'-Pat Cinnamond, Jim Davis ALL SMILES--Martha and Jerry, Orv and Celie, Bob and Pat, Bev and and dates ascend the Emerson Owen beam, as Brother Aubin catches them at a momentary break. stairway. XX'ilh only at len' nionths lelt. the hig tlzn haul :n't'ix'ctl. 'lihc' senior proni. hclcl on tht' c:t1'petetl svtoncl lloor ol' the liincrson llotc-l haul linailh been rczililul. lht' lllll'l'tllK'il lmztllrooni i'c'Ilt't'tt-cl thc swaying inowincnt ol the lornizillx tlressetl couples. :ls Riu-i's Clliznnlmvrs :intl his Ul't'llCNll'1l t'ncl1ztntt'tl the span ions tlznnt- llooi' with songs ol lmt'n'itc'liing rhyllnn. ,Xltcr llbllli tlrcanny honts ol glitling on rlonlls, :intl just lacing llll2llllillt'll with their clzttvs ex- citetl seniors linctl up lot' thc glllllil pron1enznlt'. lheil' last tiint' I0gl'llll'li. its thu :ill xiiztrclictl :n'onncl the Ilooi' to the anconipzniitnent ol at xznictl lllllllllt'l' ol lllll5lt2ll lllls. THE HAPPY FACES belong to lierky Kenny, Dick Strassner. Harry Stromberg. Joe Dorsey, Charles Diehlmann, John Mueller, Don Geary, Ralph Lightner, and their charming dates. WHAT'S THE JOKE-We wonder as John Warga, Charles Limmer, Dave Nueslin, Art Nlacken: zie, and George Benkert come out of their reverie for a gleaming chuckle. BECAME A SOCIAL BUTTERFLY az' 'Wm Seniaa paam MOTHERS' CLUB PREXY-Mrs. Arnold receives her corsage from Brother Marcellus, Sen: ior Class Moderator, at Senior Prom as other smiling chaperons look on. "lJlli THAT CRAZY DANCER"-VVc remark as inspired Jack and Alice, Marge and Jerry dance the "Hokc5 Poke". STOOD IN THE CROWD T0 WATCH llll l Milli! neun ullll Will . .. cruomcl Ill mulc xl'lN ""ml'nmgIi1 ll1'll l"fl Xlllillll llllllUl'N 1 4 . 4 Ulllllllllll ln lm mlulc' ns Ilia-x mlzlmvcl will m'w1'lm'gm'l lln' l'mm. llvlml All the Nlznwf In llu mn Ifulmus xll mms nl lllc'lM'lml1.ll1cs. llu l.mcl Lulu C lull llmn tight lu llS'l'lXk'. sul zu new ur In lll lln- slfm rmlluuliml slmllllng ul lui xumcl in lJllIllll.lllIX .ns lm pl-ulmlv nllcmlt-ml. 'S x 4 K. it S HI' ' .-..-4 W 5 x gi I V 'Mmm DANCIERS-Joe Huber, lius Neal and their pretty dates step to the lively music of the Dehon: naires at the Junior Prom. S'I'ARRY:EYED - lion Hein: Iein, .lohn Metzler, Bill Garvey, and Kenny Lee and their dates seem to he enjoying the chance to smile for the camera. AUTOGRAPHS-As lien Mun: dorf answers a hail from the dance lloor, Tony Uemma adds an: other souvenir xo some0ne's program. PRESIIJENTIAL RITUAL - Maureen Klein, Prexy .lay Arnold's date. re: ceiyes from Rita Lozof ski, Joe Dorsey's date, the symbolic bouquet of roses. 7!l6 param PROM FAVOR-YB photographer, Dick Feher, proudly fastens the Prom locket for his thrilled date after the promenade. FAMILIAR FACES-We recognize J. Martin, NV. McKenna. R. Braungart, W. Garvey, VV. Morrison, J. Vicini, J. Peters, J. Holt. C. Cotiell, H. Gilner, J. Garvey, J. Green, G. Neal, L. NVolf, C. Hock, W. Ford, F. Huber, R. Tavik, H. Nichols, F. Wasiuk and D. Derus. right ""'k. 1 ' as 5 - R my N' Q s NNW! Xi 9-f xxx , .L 4 5 S 'X . W - x 19.- ff? ix x X 3 ' Q R 3 S S 5 ff XE X N 'I R. if X I 'I' f f-- W ,sy V ,nj l A be My pry?" 'X I ,i ff, 1, I, V. K Yo' X f r - faq? -, ' 6 -:,,.. .X 'Z I - 1' 'fN:"::'.f - 1. RM" 3 1 "" - Af A-' W' , Y' ":': .SQ H - ,Yi 7 V, 5 1, 3 Q N. 'x 99 I FAMILY AFFAIR WORKERS-These were the tireless smilz ing ladies whose generous efforts made the Bingo Party a top sue: cess. REVERENT-These fathers and sons listen to the sermon in the Cathedral be: fore proceding to the K. of C. for the conclusion of the Communion: Breakfast. lll'UlIIL'l' tloloullmicrc was the llluclcrutul' ul both thc Motllcrs' Clluh zuul Fntlmers' Club, which this yczus haul huge successes in the Bingo Party and Oyster Roast. lX'itl1out thc help ol' thc HAIUIIISH zuul "Pups" the Gym Drive would have not been an good sllcc-css. 'I'Iu- .Xlumui .Xssucizuiml was uuclcr the slnlxrrvisioxm ol' Brollmcr Leo If1'z1l1cis whose lingo SIIKTCSN was thc .xlllllllll .XIIIIIIIII Bzuuluct. BINGO BOOSTERS-Mrs. Hurdel, Mrs. Carson, Mothers' Club President Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Wilbourne, and Mrs. Kleintank worked with Mrs. Fidcs to make the gym bingoes a success. ELOQUENT DOMINICAN - Father Ignatius Smith, 0.P., here converses w i t h Fathers' Club President, Mr. Hochrein, and ti uest, Mayor D'AIessandro, be: fore addressing the Father:Son Com: munion 2 Breakfast group. SDPH-FROSH MEET-Frogmen ready for RIESID the trials are: flliving, left to rightb: A. Tucker, F. Czarra, W. Quick, W. Clarke. fStandingj: ti. W a l k e r , W . Rotterman, W. 0'Kecfe, J. Doherty, R. Labelle, L. Tragesser, J. Badger, J. Lane, C. Currier, R. Clelland, W. Burke, J. Fellows, C. Bernier, J. 0'Neill, and J. Leahey. ENT TEAM-tlfirst Row, left to rightlz T. Egan, F. Bell, W. Thomp: son, L. Juan. tSecond Rowb: H. Salas, C. Rojas, W. Rotterman, C. liernier, S. Palacios tMgr.l. tThird Rowl: C. Lamadrid, J. Doherty, P. Hyde, and W. 0'Brien. RESIDENTS ORGANIZERS-Resident Director Brother Lambert checks tinal details of the Track Meet with J. Clarke and J. NlcTernan. 'Y wr A x as uw.- Wi :ig fi ,ifx W gm' .A.' gl , 3 Q sg 3 K1-42' S li l.lNl2 DRAMA-Andy Smutny 1.113 replace- ment fastens helmet as Coaches Vic Wojci howski and John lieppi watch zu friend and Brother Ricardus tape John C0rcoran's H21 bruised ankle. 1,9 L S ffa-'ffl' x lfoothall is not olten our most suc'4'esslul sport at the most. hut it is hy liar. our IIIOSL popular student sport at the Mount. lireryone recalls with relish our State Cham- pions ol' "ISI, who at the height ol' their glory toppled Patterson 2-I-0 to end their lour-season tmheaten record. Graduates sigh a hit at the memory ol' that great Gael season, and examine critically the present crop ol' gridmen as some H55 hoys ol 5-teams don equipment and start the lumdred and one preliminary drills that are essential to earning a Iirst-team herth. hall lame are a hit low lor graduation has taken its toll, and the squad is very, very young. XYith that condition prevailing with our pop- ular sport, perhaps, soccer, our most successful sport, may receive the spotlight it so deserves. Ihis sport. under the inspiring direction ol Mr. -john Pleryak, has won 8 State Titles, and prom' ises to repeat again as MS.-X Champions in spite ol strong. determined opposition. These are our Iiall hopes, as sport schedules appear. MYSELF IN THE CROWD is is the '53 season, and Gael hopes lor loot- -.W CLASSIC FORM - With knees high, body inclined, and ball locked with the elbow, Bob Roberts U35 hits for yardage and sidelines at full speed. SPRINT MAN-Joe Bateman 4243 outruns City Iinemen and starts an endgsweep. FANS - In September, football looked bright as joyous fans saw the Gaels decisively defeat St. Mi: chaels of Jersey City. CONTACT AH EAD-Unconcerned 1 John lixllhng ngunsl pulcnl upposllmn, Sl. Inc hclmlul I lull lc un lillllllllllllg thc season with 1 l Slug fllll llllllill ,nel ln got ull Lo an flying H 1 Inn su llllll vic'lm'iCs mm' Corcoran 1125 Cuts. P L A l N POWER- Gaels are Paul Baker, Herm Amelung, Tom H i s k y , and D i c k Braun: gart. IN THE CLEAR-Joe Bateman 1245 steps clear as Frank Kozel 1845 removes obstacle. lforcsl ll2ll'lk. llicsc two triumphs were high- lighted hy thc plays ul' Hcrmic yXlllClllllg, -lorry l'll'1lIll0lll. :mil lloc Bzilcinzui. ln their ciicoiiiilci' the purple griclmlcrs slxculilllmccl tu ll strong Poly clcvcn, with thc only hriglil, note lx-ing thc play ol' liiiclizlckci' liml Brent. Sl Nluhuls ul llnum fllX New Qlclscy, :Incl WERE TOUGH GUYS I xi lu. is ff ,REQ M. V vii E if X4 1 il K 5 iw.. ,ww - .sf 9. 5? Y fri wi-xk, A 5, Q., X W-N W ,Q fi ,. 3 qw 2 f xx Lfnyvx, ,fm xi dxf.: Y. fhjfff .Au . ,JN 4 N jg 'A 3..1,. Q ,gm f W, ww g ,- g, ,egg , f GAVE AND TOOK PLENTY SOMlTHlNG'S WRONG!-Paul Baker tinds him: self cut off from Gael support in very un friendly "City" bonds. SEASON'S RECORD Won 4 Lost 3 WE THEY 5:20 . . .. . St. Michael's . . .,. . 7 :FIS . . . . . Forest Park . . . . . 0 O . . . . . Poly ....... . . . 26 i3il3.. ...City .. 6 0 . . . . . . Patterson . . . . . 38 0 . . .. , Calvert Hall . . . . I3 21210 ... .... Loyola ........... . o WS!" GAEL VARSITY-BACK ROW-Bob Ballantine, Pat Riley, Jack Miller, Justin Stass, Ronnie Kellv, Jack McLaughlin, Elmer Jones, Frank Wasiuk Joseph Pasko, Richard Lanham. Missing when taken l-rank Wasiuk. THIRD ROW-Bill Givens. Ed Roehre, Ronald Benetti, John Kirby, Larry Gil: hooley, Bill McKenna, Frank Batz, John Duns: more, Howard Nichols, Joe Saverino, Tom Kohl: hepp, Ronnie Whitehurst, Chester Fallin fMGRD. SECOND ROW - Vic Wojcihovski QCoachJ, Joe Huber, Don Geary, Ralph Falcone, George Morris, John Flynn, John Bridges, Denny McGuire, Andy Smutny, Joe Bateman, Bob Roberts, John Cor: coran, Stan Zaleski tAss't Coachy. FIRST ROW- Paul Baker, Jerry Franzone, Herman Amlung, Frank Kozel, Dick Braungart, Ed Brent, Ben Pe: trilli, Joe Dorsey, Tom Hiskey, Gene Neiberlein, J h D ' ' o n unsworth, George Benkert, Richard Ander: son QMGRJ. "l953" J.V.-TOP ROW-Brother Hilaire, Frederick Mai: sel, Frank Kelly, Frank Skarupa, Frank Adam, Frank Nowacki, Frank Novak, William Walter, Bob Doran, Jack Fitch, Felix Hein. SECOND ROW -Paul Gorey, Dick Sneeringer, Tony Seifert, Don tirimth, Beenie Dukes, William Clarke, Charley Weidenhoft, Vince Cala, Ed. Schumacher, Fred Adkins, Phil Hyde, Brother Austin. FIRST ROW -Al Baikanskas, Mike Duffy, Don Sulewski, Don Clark, Nick Feurer, Ed Crew, Manon Verti, Car: roll Tayman, Ned Schreier, Jimmy Kahler, Bobby Vaeth. The Mount Saint -loe -Iunior Varsity won the llaikauskas, lfretl .Xtlkins and Boh Yaeth spark- Prixate Srhool tliatlenl lor the third year in a ing the line play. row. 'l'he -lunior Varsity atltletl the tlatholit school lheir xietorious season openetl on September crown to their laurels hy t'onset'utix'e wins over 25 as they ll'lllIlllJllCtl over the City iivll. Calvert Hall. 25-0, and art'h-rival Loyola. F55-IE5. Slllll Yetri. Paul Gorey and Skip Maisel part-tl Playing well at the seasons entl were hatks litl an inipenetrahle forward wall. Crew. Frank Skarupa and 'letl Clos antl linenien 'l'he Gaels then roaretl to sueeessive triumphs Carroll iliklflllllll, Don Zulewski anal Bernie over Gilman. lfi-0, Mellonogh. 1840. anal Severn. Dukes. 334-li. Hallhaek Mike Dully scored 5 touehtlowns Although the Gaels suileretl a 2541 setback at to pate the stluatl in these three games. Don the hands ol a strong Poly eleven in the MSA Clarke. Nick lfeurer and Frank Novak were ini- charnpionship game, eoaehes Brothers Hilaire pressixe in the haeklieltl, with Paul lfiginski, M and Austin were niost satislietl with the teams' IllIlllllllllllllIlIllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllll SEASON'S RECORD WON 0 LOST I WE OPPONENTS THEY 6 . . . . City ........ . . 0 I3 .. .. Gilman .... . 0 I9 . . . . McDonogh . . 0 33 . . . . Severn ....... . . 6 25 . . . . Calvert Hall . . . . 0 35 . . .... Loyola ......... . . . I3 MSA PLAYOFF 0.. ..P0ly ........ ...zs IlllIllllllllIIlllllllIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllll YELL LEADERS--Practicing the tech: nique that gives real class are Phil Neuman, Charlie Miller, Bob Reg: ula, and headman, Charles Mar- kiewicz. play this season. IOSL!" - CIIBS tunder IZO lbs! - BACK ROW'-Jerry Marx, Anton Beckler. Tom Stregman, Mike Schmidtman, Bob McMancy, John Naberling, Bill Eikenberg, Bob Mirando. SECOND ROW-Brother Eric tCoachb, Dan Thompson, Jerry Tarlenton, Joe Stepeich, Joe Pitta, Bob Holler, Bill Stout, Mike Dorn, Brother John lCoachJ. FIRST ROW - Joe Rup: pert, Vic Dragin, liilbert Ziemski, lid Mack, Joe Murphy, Bryan Flynn, Tony Cashen, Ed. Tarlenton. MISS: INO - Burns, John Hodges, Bill lmhach. SIEASON'S RECORD WON l ................... LOST J IROPHY WINNERS - Mark Baden, 76 Charles Darby, Herm Amelung, Leo Romeo, Ronald Barauowski, and dates righty merit the Sport Dance spotlight as the evening stars. "THE "l953" UNDERSQUADS MOUNTlES" - BACK ROW Cornelius Carmody, Robert Hudek Andrew Long, Donald Fitzpatrick Batholomew McCulIy, John Baker Joseph Barns, Wayne Ray, Daniel Ziolkowski. SECOND ROW Brother Eric tCoachl, Frank Bell Joseph Brendel, Robert Vacek, Rob ert Nichols, Clyde Smith, Eduard McDonnell, Brother John. FIRST ROW - Anthony Andrews, James Moore, Michael Hisky, Thomas Egan, Robert Sisolak, David Alpl gini, Ronald Payette. MISSINO Claude Bernier, William Naughton Jerry Lightel, William Lundy. SEASON'S RECORD WON 4 ................... LOSI l OAELS tSOPH:FROSHb - TOP ROW - Brother Aquinas QCOACHD Tom Zissmos, Joe Sorrentino, I-arl Capp, Frank Fischer, Don Deinlem Brother Luanus 1COACHJ. SECOND ROW - Herby Small, Tim Welch Frank Lancelotta, Bill Riely, Ted Za harsky, Dick Kearney, John Grate Bill Thompson, Frank White. FIRST ROW - Frank Huber, Tom Shaw Don Schneider, John Walsh, Frank Rosenthal, Bernie Jones, Ray Haney Bill Burke. SEASON'S RECORD WON 4 ................... LOST Z FAME'S REWARD-Soccer stalwart, Mark Baden, uses that helpful soccer trophy to mono: polize present attention of his fans. DANCERS-Charles Hirsch's smiling date seemed to find the Sport Dance a very enjoyable occasion. DEFINITELY POPULAR-That is our title for this picture as soccerite Charles Darby finds Dick Feher and Tony Demma interested listeners as he shows his trophy to his charming date. WONDERFUL GUY-That seems to be Brother Ricardus' descrip: tion of Herm Amelung, football workhorse-as Sheila smiles agreement. K i SOCCER CHAMPIONS AGAIN . .Xnsionslv I crowtletl the ehatllt line with the hnt on this Ot-toher tlatv ol' '52 victorv wats to rest ol tlu- latns. 'l'lu- l'tn'ple hooters were still change hanuls. in at lnultlle. lfatint stratins ol' the Iflatil Matrv Although the Iron loe aggregation reeeivetl reaulu-tl the reporters eatrs. This wats it. 'l'he he- the expected resistanue in topping the Pans. ginning ol the '52 sotrer seatsott. Clattonsville wats they were totatllv prepatretl lor l'a1rl4's surprise the opponent. lhen the htultlle hroke. Purple nean' upset. Statistics. scoring anul nantes were tlaul pitthnu-n rnslu-tl towatrcls positions. 'l'lu-re forgotten in any intent upon the lratv. livervone wats at shrill hnrst ol the reIeree's whistle, lol- except the stattnuah tlelense seetnetl to give lowetl In at tlnll thtul. loot meeting hatll. 'l'he np hope. l'or although we still letl hv one point. contest haul lu-gun. Park haul snatppetl the nets two tnatrkers within lixcitenu-nt niinglecl with the atnttnnn hreefe Iilteen tninntes. 'l'he :ulcletl tatllies seentetl to ats St. lloe's topfnotrh stptaul ol vets hauketl their aultl to their athilitt, Regrouping. thev longht cpu-st lor the title in cleleatting the initiatl in- vatliatntlv, gatinecl ainother goal. completely vaulers. Following the Ciatels to the continuation stoppetl l'an'k anul insurecl the ganne. ol selu-mlnle platv, I wattchetl loe atlter loe ttnnhle .XII tolcl. lilteen gannes were platvetl anul lilteen in the onslatnght ol the Ullllillll' lVatve". 'l'hen were won. 'liotatls olleretl prool' ol one ol' the tatnu- the tlatv long atwatitetl hv platver anul lam tnost stu't'essl'nl seatsons lor the Catel Booters vet. atlike, lor Clatlvert llatll wats to tnatlae their atppealr- Opponents were snowed ntuler hv -II tnatrkers anue lmelore the tlestinetl channps. In 'BI the Real while onlv tlenting the Satint .loe goal with Ill llirtls were the only ones to top the Gale eleven points. VARSITY SOCCER TEAM - FRONT ROW -- Simon Oduber, Benjamin Mundorf, Mark Baden. Charles Darby, Bernard Tribull, James Davis, Joseph Speca. SECOND ROW-Michael Wagner, Thomas Beck, Simon Mancari, Thomas Davidson, Jack Benzing, Ronald Lange, Ralph Gonzales, John Warga, Charles McCurley, Leroy Beck. BACK ROW-Mr. John Plevyak tC0achb, Simon Palacios, Carlos Rojas, Joseph Sanchez, Joseph Simmons, Herbert Salas, Richard Malinowski, Louis Bivins. Ronald Rykoskey tNIgr.J, Bernard Oliver tMgr.J. MISSING-John Clark. 1, is 2 5, , if gm 2 -Llifiiiiag x . K . it 5 rg K L? 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Y Jthixll nteixf, 76646 MEN USE THEIR .Xmong the many honors showered on the championship crew there is one which every scholastic athlete longs lor, that ol' an All- hlarylancl selection. My predictions were variecl anal contained a lew Gael stars, hut l clicln't even come close to the linal, oflimial results. 'lhese ,Xll-State choices prove the high regard held I'or St. -loe's hooters in naming no less than lonr: Mark Baden, Jael: Blflllllig, Harry Salas and -Ioe Specca to the first l,Clllll. Second string nominees Dick Malinowski, Sain Mancari, l.ou liivens, ancl Carlos Rojas lillecl out the Purple tintecl All-Star squad. Leacling scorers were Harry Salas and .loe Specca. Q TOURING TOEMEN-Dick Malinowski, Mark Baden, Jack Benzing, Lou Bivens, John Clark, and Jim Davis pose for Iensman, Bob Holland, be- fore meeting and sinking the Plebes of the Naval Academy. SEASON RECORD M.S.A. CHAMPIONSHIP WE OPPONENTS THEY 2 . . . ..... Catonsville ..... . . . 0 3 . . . . . Sparrows Point . . . . 0 2 . .. . . Milford Mills . .. . 0 3 . . . . . City ....... . . . . 2 5... ..Poly . 2 3 . . . . . Edison .... . . . . 0 2 . . . . . Calvert Hall . . . . . . 0 2 . . . . . Patterson Park . . . . l l . . . . . Navy Plebes . . . . . 0 4 . . . . . Poly .... . . . . l 3 . . . . . Park ..... . . . . 2 2 . . . . . City .............. . . . . l 2 . . . . . Hopkins Frosh ..... . . . . 0 4 ............ Bainbridge Training School 0 3 ............ Howard County ........ l WON 15 LOST 0 STRETCH SHOT-Speedy John Clark reaches way out to steal a kick from a Card booter who had the inside advantage. HEADS T0 BEST ADVANTAGE C1o-C1hamps-.-Xnother soccer victory and the jayveers demonstrated it by a 4 win 2 loss record. 'l'hey were diminutive but they were dynamite. Following in the footsteps of their Varsity brothers, another trophy was added to many soccer glories. .Ks one watched them run through their paces, the A'l.ittle men" gave assurance of their ability. lt was a confidence which your reporter lost in a few of the contests as the junior booters were downed by Poly and Patterson in the beginning of what seemed to be a sad season. But their return to the winning ranks was fast. Revenge was Uained in the l'olv fray. l saw Citv fall P7 1 1 f twice in the linal trophy bid. It was easy to see that the talent was not cen- tered in one spot, for all had a hand in gaining the diadem. l,inemen carried out the role of scoring while their defensemen did a creditable job of backing up. Stellar performances were given by Charles Darby, l'hil Hlagnes, Angelo lfaraone, Carlos . c 1 La Madrid, Robert Szulczewslci, Tony llemma. Louis Casacuberta and Fernando Gonzalo. Scoring honors were divided equally among the front live. Yet. it was a victorious season for the l'itchnien of eyery rank. 'l'wo championships by two teams isn't bad in anybody's league. JV SOCCER TEAM-TOP ROW-Mr. John Plevyak tcoachj, Bernard Tribull, Thomas Bell, Ray Moran, Ron Levasseur, Robert Sculczewski, Ster: ling Wise, Angelo Jaraone, Ron Rykowsley fmanagerj, Bernard Oliver fmanagerj. ZND ROW -Charles Darby, Phil Giesler, Carlos LaNladrid, Robert Lewis, Ralph Gonzales, Richard Melodey, Thomas Duck, Martin Wrzensinski, Phil Wagner. IST ROW-Fernando Gonzales, Anthony Quigley, Gerard Azzaro, George Kilduff, John Kotchenrue: ter, Louis Casacuberta, Richard Stoetzer, Joseph Nlildenberger, John Poetzel. MISSING-John Clark, Nelson Salas, Paul Rosky, Anthony Demma, George 0'Hara fmanagerj. 14 .Emil .X harml lighting hnt ontrlassecl hockey teznn lt'lDl'CSl'lllt'tl the Mount during the 52-53 season ol the prep ire lrorkey season. ln their opening encounter the Purple Inneksters sulleretl their lnst cleleat ol the year in an exciting game with lforest Park. .Xlter this tleleat the skaters were ahle to store only one point in ahsorhing their setonml anal thircl cleleats. 'l'he Mount iceinen hnally gained the ill'Sl ancl only win ol' the season hy clelt-ating lforest Park. 'l'he next live en- lonnit-rs ol' the varsity skaters prorerl disastrous as the learn was knorkecl over ln every opponent. anml Iinishetl the season on the bottom wing in league standings. .Xlthongh the tealn has a very poor season stellar lX'l'li0l'lll2llltt'S were tnrnecl in , . . . In Mayne llreslin, lzcl Roehre. .joe Miller. loe Mannion, Kenny l,ee, anrl l'anl Plant who won an llnsnng llero .Xwarcl. BROKE THE ICE lllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllIlIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll VARSITY ICE HOCKEY St. Joe 2 ..................... Forest Park 3 " " I . . . . .Loyola 9 " " 0 . . . . .Calvert Hall 6 " 5 . . . . .Forest Park 4 " " 0 . . . . .Loyola 2 " 0 , . . , .Calvert Hall 7 " 0 . . . . . Forest Park l ' " I . . . . .Loyola 2 " l ..................... Calvert Hall 9 llIlllllllllIlIlllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllll SONlliTHlNli LOST?-The gang is surely digging up the ice for some lost and found article as Joe Mannion 1661 and John tirauer 1513 lent a hand. VARSITY HOCKEY-fLeft to rightj: Fred Hock- rein, Ed Roehre, Frank Wasiuk, Joe Mana nion, Joseph Miller, John Grauer, John Larkin, Wayne Breslin, Bill James, Paul Plant, James Parr tNlgr.J and Coach John Condon. I' x ri :K 47' I 2 X wx ,A WX ,mg i gmemwi t WXQELR oi fm' Q. H s W W3 , W f-,,,! 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Imnl unix I'i-lillli lIl'IlI'lL,iiI to SIIIXIXL in lin l'n Innnui lhxisirm In clmng IIIIS. lien lwzn Alzirls llnnl ol I'ulx nina Iiirl iiclvxllm-ml linn t'2lI'Ill'I' ln IIIIIIIIIUII 1It'il'1IIt'1I I"lIL'IIlIS, IUIIIIS Iiolm N mix, S4-will. Iziliwn, Clin, I,2lIIC'I'SUII. mix uni SUIIIIICIKII wliiic' losing only In Xia Ihmuiii intl NI.S..X. Lliziivipmiis, fflilllllll. VARSITY SQUAD - Qliirst Row, left to rightb: George Baker, Mike Dorn, J 0 h n Mangus, W i I I i a m Givens, Mike Ben: kert. iSecond Rowb: Ray Haney, Ben Mun: dorf, J e r r y Ward. Luke Stumpf, Tony Andrews 1Mgr.J. 1Third Rowl: Bill Peacock 1.'VIgr.J, Jimmy Clark, John Kirby, Ben Petrilli, George Benkert, and Conch John lieppi. VISTISRAN KIRAPPLER - John Kirby MSA F works hard for a leg lock as his prudent opponent strains to retain position and reach the mat's edge INALISTS-Coach John lieppi gives tinal advice to Jim Clark as George Benkert 443, Ben Mundorf 4155. Iien Petrilli H75 and Jerry Ward H35 ready for the State Tournaz ment. GRAPPIED WITH SOME ANGLES SWIMMING SQUAD -tFirst Row, left to rightb: Paul Seary, George Williams, Barkley Scott, Joe Dickey, James Brac: ken, Larry Burton, Dan Heisey, Ed Gor: man. QSecond Rowb: Gene Rottman, Berky Kenny, G e r a I d Abrecht, Dick Blake, Francis Robinson, Joe Krauss, Giles Sydnor, Mike Karpers, Ber: nard Karpers, and Coach Walt Hurley. 'l'he Mount natators splashed to their hest season in years as they triurnlrhed in -I ol' ti league contests . . . good enough Ior second place in the M.S.A. After downing Poly in their sea- son's opener, the Gaels sullered their lirst set- back at the hands ol' the perennial champion, City. Following a win over Loyola and another loss to City, the swimmers eked out their closest victory of the year, 38 to 37, over Poly. The Gaels closed out their regular schedule with a 46-20 trouneing of Loyola. During the season the squad nlade two trips to Pennsylvania, suffering defeats at the hands ol' Mercershurg and XVillian1 Penn. Individual star ol' the tanlunen was .lim Bracken, who set a record of 2.l2.6 in the 200 yard Iree style. ACE-James Bracken, top frogman for the Gael swimmers, here poises for the sprint medley and for another smashed record. THAT HAD ME SWIMMING 85 MSA CHAMPl0NS-Qlfirst Row, left to rightb: Frank Ko: zel, Earl Hamper, Dennis Nlcliuire, tiene Neiberlein, 1Second Rowbz Phil Jerry Komin, Jack Benzing. Hayes 4Nlgr.b, Herm Amelung, Andy Smutny, Frank Vitek, Phil Neuman Curran, TOIH Kohlhepp, Joe fNlgr.1. Q'l'hird Rowbz Coach Vic Wojcihovski, Pat Riley, Bill McKenna, Ronald Lange, Joe Bova, Ted Cox. Clulcl 11'i11lL'1' lX't'lllllk'li l:1'i11g5 Nltllllll lllllx i11lc1 llu' gyms llllll llllllS our mu In llu' l1z1s.kL'll1:1ll live :ls llllf' Wtlllx out llll1ll'l' flllllfll XX'ojm'il111uLi. l,1u1ki11g lm' llu' Nl.S..X. lllllllllllllllslllll lin' llll' lust mx 1c'z11's, lumlu' was l'XlPlit'NSt'll Il1z1l lllls xc-111 Wtbllltl lu- 11111' your i11 ll2l5lxt'llJ1lll lllltl ill lust 11111 lll't'2llll3 wu11l1l ftlllll' llllt'. l,llNl it'2ll' llllli lmlu-5 lm' llu' lllllllli rem' lu llll llllflllllt' lllgll 111111 to lu' Lopplccl I11 Ilu- lt'2lIll ll'0lll liam lS11lli11u11-c'. . , ,, l'z1lu'1'so11 l'z11'k. 'l'l1i, Xl'1ll'l"ill' ll lll"l'l' llli ll L l-ANS-lhcse were the loyal fans who . D N ' it K N l N, I hoosted the uae' team through tough Com: 111 Ill'L'XlllllN lt'lll'S Zlllll ilu' L'Xl?l'llx lJl't'lll1l lllill petition to a .htitle championship: Catholic. we l1z111- llu- lt'lllll 111 lillxg' il. Private. and Public. 7!LQL6 CAPERS WERE NEW T0 1 1 u + 5?mLQ91E nAiL img' S 'iw 'Wt qw . .5 X .Xt latstl Lltzttttpttmtts signin! lftn' tltt' Inst tttnt sintt' lllli. tht' Nlttttnt lttmtmlistcts tl:tintt'tl tht hl.S..X. titlt'. Stmattlttnlttg til tht' tt'zttn :intl high st'tnt't' ltmt' tht' stutstttt wats .Xll-Nlzntlatntl st'lt't'tit1n 'lt't't'x litxtnin. linttlting np lt't't'y tin tht' starting lixt' wt't't' liznl ll:nnpt't'. Cit'nt' Nit'ht't'lt'in. l3t'nn3 Nlttlttittz :tntl lzttlt llcnfing. lhis tlttintt't pm x'itlt'tl tht' Nlttttnt with tant' til tht' tlztssitwt ttunns t'xt't' lltmt't'tl ln St, ltit'. Starting in high gt'ill'. tltt' ttrnt'ttnt'n tant tnxt't lllCll' lll'Nl SIX IHC!! 0IJlJ0llClll5 lK'lllltllll il tlt'lt'2ll lht'n tznnt' tht' ttlt wttlt l'tmlx tn wlnth tmtn' t:tu,t't's wt't't' lJt'1ttt'n tan tht'it' ltmnt' lltwtrtp Rcntztitting ttntlt'lt'1ttt'tl in ltwtgttt' plan, tht hltnnnt wzts linatllt lxt'zttt'n hx Clztlxt't't llztll tts they wt'nt ztltt't' tht'it' sixth ltwtgttt' witt in at tttw ln this tilt. lt't't'x Ktwtnitt l'lltlxt'tl up tht' Nlttttnt high lot tltt' yt'ztt with .in tttutnts. SWISH-Earl Hamper t4i sinks one of his deadly jump shots despite the restrainf ing hand of his guard. JUNIOR VARSITY-tFirst Row, left to righti: John XVinkler, Joe Phoebus, Larry Reynolds, Paul Rosky, Don Deinlein. tSecond Rowiz John Doran, Jack Miller Tom Nlctlann, Joe Bateman, Tom Bell tMgr.i. tThird Rowi: Coach John Plevyak, Bob Vaeth, Felix Heim, Ronny Kelly, and Assistant Coach Brother Hilaire. lm tht' sixth wan tn at tttw tht IX tztgcts l l ll ttht' l'ttt:ttt' tttnwn tmttlx tt: ltll Xltlllll tt: tht lttlmlit stltttttl winnt't in tht XIS X Itntls. tt XX IN l'ttlx this tinttx ltntslttnq tht' stwtsntt ttt'tl with C-tltn.tn. tht I ttls tntttt't'tlt'tl ttf ltt':tt thttt ttlmlttntvttts lux .t -is tg-1 Sttlll' ul .1 l ,.t, Nt'xI lt: ht' ntt'l gtntl tlt'It-:ttt'tl wt'tt' tltt'f1zttlt'ts Ittvtn Nltlitntttglt wht: wt'tt' tnttltlt"ttt-tl tn thttt ttwtt ltmttli. l ht' sttnt' wats ltl JI. lhts win t'ntttlt'tl tltt' tnttls ltr l'ttt' l'twlx Itmt tht' tttltu llvtngg nu tnatttlt Itn .t xt'tt sttt 5 tn 'lllf' ltte,tnt't't tt'attn. tltt' ttttttttnt'tt tlttmliltttl t sttatitgltt ltr I tilt. lttt' llzttvtnzttt. liill Rvxnttltls ttttl .l.ttlt Nltllt't wt'tt tltt' ntstnt tugs tttt tht' Xl St httttl Lltattntts. 88 tl ttnt s l't'txqttt NYU DESTROYER-Jerry Komin H47 rips into the Nan detense at the Nasal Academy ind WE 60 . . 57 . . 60 .. 77 . . 59 . . 58 .. 49 . . 62 . . 64 .. 82 . . 77 .. 45 . . 64 . . 89 . . 53 .. 6l .. 65 . . 68 . . 64 . . 66 . . 68 . . 68 . . 78 . . 60 . . 74.. 65 .. 54 .. 64 ..... BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD OPPONENTS .......Bainbridge ...Baltimore U. ..... . . .Loyola College Frosh ...Forest Park .. .City .... ... ...Poly ....... .... ...Towson Teachers . ...McDonogh .... ...Calvert Hall .. ...Navy Plebes ..... . . .Towson Catholic . . .. .Poly ..... .... ...Oilman ... .. .Bainbridge . ...Loyola ... ...Cnty ......... . . .Loyola College Frosh ...Calvert Hall ...... ...Hopkins Frosh ... . . .Towson Catholic . . ...Nlt. St. Nlary's ... ...liilman .... ... ...Loyola .. .Calvert Hall . . ...John Carroll .... PRIVATE PLAYOFF ....l'r1ends Nl.S.A. PLAYOFITS .. .Southern ..... . . . .......Southern THEY ... ... 80 .. .. 4l . . . .. 66 . .. 48 .. 49 .. 34 .. 22 .. 30 . . 63 . . 86 .. 45 .. 48 . . S6 .. 90 .. 47 .. 52 ... .. 47 . .. 70 .. 55 .. 48 .. 49 .. 38 .. 53 .. 47 ..42 ..43 .. 4l 5.3 it f plaqecf IT CAGILY OAELS-tFirst Row, left to rightl: Frank VVall, Don Woytowitz, Earl Capp, Paul Rosky. 1Second Rowl: Coach Brother Francis Joseph, Andy Blasco, Kenneth iiorski, Walter Buczkowski. CUBS-1First Row, left to rightyz Jim Dougherty, John Brown, John Poetzel, Frank Wall, Charles tiloriz oso, and Coach Brother Austin. fSecond Rowb: Pat Perry, Alex McCarthy, Frank Lancellota, John Love, John Wascavage, Tom Debrouse. QThird Rowj: Don Snyder, Bill Hyde, Ed Schu: macher, John Kelly, John Dougherty. ps- l'0llRN,-kNlliN'I' CROVVIJ - The smiles tell a victorious tale of St. Joe over Calvert Hall for the Catholic Title. Vet' eran Fathers' Cluh presi: dent and booster, Mr. Iflynn, shows strain of the lirst half. PROUDLY I FILED MY NOTES ON ,Xller Illeil' only league clelelll, llle tZlgt'li5 Ime- gxm the slung ul xnlorxes wlmll letl them to lake llle lille. l"m'meml lo il lie lm' llle llixisiml l lille. the tizlels clelenlecl l,:llx'el'l llzlll nl laver- green by xirlue ol their lzul tllllll'lt'l ellurls. Next lu linll to llle Clzlel :mln wan lfliemlx wl1runSl. joe tlt'l't'llll'tl itll' llle l'rixz:leu'uw11. 'l'l1e llullclogs ul Soullmern lllt'l': lYt'lt' xulnluecl ln the 5110110 Camel umlinvem in Iwo slralielll . N bv rw gznnes ill llmnewuml Im' the Nl.5..X. llllt'. ROCKET MAN-Tom Kohlhepp UU glides through the air with the greatest of ease to chalk up two points for the galavanting tiaels. TROPHY W INNERS-Hap y ph' members ol' the Gael basketball team resplendent their championship jackets surround thrilled Brother Ricardus as he tak a real hold on the Evening Sun Trophy. 'l'l1f'x' alirl " V' ' . 1 ' . 4 m.... ll l ll ll mls the plcziseml K'XlJlt'55lOll ol L'Yt'l'X lovll Xlt St loc noun as Illc C uls lllllltll luck U K . vi" '2" K , 1 1 11,111 mg Sflllliltlll hu to 5l'llt' the title 'mil lt llifn tht culx K . . .C A Int'-sezlsoll nt-alia" Q lloll llu spculx l..1ml COIIIIIIQCIII expr-i'icmL'cl its greatest tmulmlc lll -.lulmlung the till ol C llxul H1 Imms 11 smrcngt 2 ' 1 l I1 lu Ill tht ln zll. lime Mount K Z.. L xknuk spud ol than ollcnst .lml the llllt"lllIlX num HX ol such lop NCOILI .xml lic-nf' H. "5 :ls Kllllllll. iiillll Jtfll l me In an woul Ill: lm il' EXTR . ' I 'lx lmzl A LIFT-tiene Neiberleinf takes his opponents' team name at its face value and uses the timely shoulder of a "Friend" player to get the ball airborne. in CS 7wck' Down THESE fellows 'l'owzn'cls. the encl ol winter evcrymic begins to nmncl lm' hzlsclmull L'lllllllSl2lSl. look eagerly um the ontsicle, :incl as spring rolls .Ns the days go on and on the weznliei' lmeun urrnnnl once signin the lliick shoes are polished, liuttcr :incl us one walks 2ll'0llllll the t'illIlIJllS llc :incl the lnnxlles pzilclieml np, while down on the can see the pole vzlnller hurling hiinsell' high lizisclmzlll cliznnoncl the mlinlent steznn roller is into the air, the c'l'zic'k ol' the lml can he he: Sllllllllllg to llzntcn out the lnnnl as in the clizi- on the aliznnoncl newly clressecl with white lil TRACK SQUAD-1First Row, left to rightjz Charley Williams, Mark Baden, Don Clarke, Tony Demma, Joe Schmitt, Mike iioonan, Gerald Williams, Rex Cook. 1Second Rowbz John Russell, Stanley Strauss, David Uilmartin, Bob Sauter, Ed Moses, Jack Benzing, Walter Buczkowski, Ronny Sacker, Joe Bateman. lThird Rowlz Coach Ed Matthews, Rebel Johnson, Danny Allgeier, Bobby Peterson, Paul Figinski, Dick Kinlein, Bob Lewis, Tony Seifert, and Ronald Labelle. CLOUD DUSTER-Firm muscled Tony Demma gives a final push to that pole as he gets set to drop down to earth. Despite the outstanding, perl'orinanc'es ol' tht to-captains, Mark liaclen ancl Danny .Xllgeielp tlnonghonl tht st ison. the Xarsitx' trac-k team , t 4 heltl point axerage in the M.S..X.s was not nn lmressix e, During the spring, the galloping Gaels, tntoretl lax lzcl Nlattliews, nianagetl to win thc 1 - private school clixision ol the llniversitx' ol Nlarvlantl Imitation Meet. .Xt Coll 1 ege Park. Don Cla won the 220 clash in rerortl time ancl lack llllg topped the hroacl innip. 'l'he leani also lrinniphecl. lhe C-ael teain startecl the M.5..X. mile relax SCQISOII ll' rke lien- a xntorx over lforest Park llll Y.,-8910, lfrom this X.. f.. point on, the Gaels inet nothing but tleleat loi the reniaincler ol the season. This ' b'J started at Liu. where thex were clelewtecl flb- -925, then 4 1 . ,An .i maine Patterson l'nk llllli.,-1I1.,. then Poly a one lay Nlelionog FAST FLYING FOUR-Vic Warner, Danny Allgeier, Ronald Baranowski, and Bob Peterson limber up before a meet by circling the track. VARSITY X:COUNTRY-lFirst Row, left to rightjz Walter Jolmson QMgr.J, Leo Romeo, Nelson Nlacher, Connie Dorn, Bob Peterson, Ronald Baronowski, Charley Williams, Gordon Walker UVlgr.J. iSecond Rowl: Jim Vaeth. Jim Dunn, Vic Warner, John Iiilmartin, Danny Allgeier, Stan Strauss, and Coach Brother Francis Joseph. 'l'he thinelacls then niorecl to Hanover, Pa. where they tiecl Harrisburg lor top honors. Here again the nlile relay team trinniphetl. lop perl'ornianc'es were given throughout the season by Mark Baclen. Danni .-Xllgeier, Alllll Vaeth. Don Clarke, Stan Strauss, l'anl lfiginski. ancl .lark Benling. 440:VVlNNER-Dick Kinlein breaks the tap in beautiful strid as his parents thrill with excitement. ik .lJUlillUl' sport. 'I ort ol' wind, hill, and heart. Only the s whirl hold lltlillll lsnly in thc- lull. these ic-port in iinpicssixc nh J-V CHAMPIONS llns is no s ' ' his is the sp ,,. , incd tmckrnen the fall h.1s loslcrvd. ,.., , '- numbers to climb hills a -yclop wind in sczncli lor cl' ine on thc c'indL'r pzllllwziys 'I'hc n' numbers vanish illly :ls fl-inil' ' " lslant spring fa 1, workouts dull y . 'outhlul dreznns. winter closes lll "' ' an p.nhw:1ys the le 1. . 'w stalwzirts o lmyi- I7l'l'Sl'Yl'l'Cll ' . are recognized runners. lcn spring Leslin 1' li ' ' g inc zirriyes, nznnes like lin-'niow ' . 'ski, Clilnrlrtin nnl X . , z 1 f lcegier are noted 4 ni-fully: lor these nlcn czirry thc Gael colors in thi clislziiirc- Lrinls pring reveals unknown clistznice men nd EARLY FA LL--W these "hill and dalers" were starting their workout to bring the JV MSA title to the Gaels in the spring. PLEASANT SURPRISE- Coach Ed Mat- thews is a bit stunned as Mark Baden presents him with a team gift for his splen- d.d . i coaching and perseverance. XVith lo A . ", Joe Schmidt, and Mike Bourne edging City in the 880 relay, cozicll lid Matthews junior Lhinclads annexed thc M.S.A. chznnpionship. ln winning the 880, Bob Peterson was high scorer for the trackinen. Dick Kinlein took the +10 while Dave Cihnartin was second in the mil C as was Tom XVessel in the low hurdles. C Cook, Ioe Bisku ay back in Sep- tember , .LA as l me A QM x fl +A S 5? if gi 34132: yisgaif' i fi 5 .9 08 BATTED DUT MANY MSA CHAMPIONS-tBack Rowjz Joe Vinci lNlgr.J, Assistant Coach Brother Hilaire, Jerry Komin, Joe Bova, Pat Cinnamond, Ed Hojnacki, John McLaughlin, Coach John Plevyak. iMiddle Rowj: Ronny Babkoff, Paul Baker, Ron White: hurst, John Debrouse, Bob Flynn, Andy Smutny, Athletic Director Brother Ricardus. tFirst Rowlz Jerry Franzoni, Earl Hamper, Herm Amelung, John Corcoran, Frank Mezzadri, Steve Kilduff QMgr.j. DOWN 96 T0 EARTH - Short- stop Jerry Komin stirs up a minor dust storm as he safely steals 3rd in the allzstar game. GOOD TAlE Ifor the Iourth consecutive year. Mr. l'levvaI4's varsity Iiinglers took the NIS..-X. tliatlem. .Xl- thongh Southern was the pre-season favorite. their hopes were clashed when Ronnie liahkoll anal Hermie .Xmelnng combinecl to give the Gaels a 5 to I victory. Calvert Hall proved very surprising as they upset ns 5 to I at Gibbons l'ieltl. Successive ties with Poly ancl I.ovoIa Inrtlier climmecl St. xIoe's titles chances. Finallv, though. the booming' hats ol' liarl Hamper and Ilermie .Xmelnng fame alive anal the strong' arms ol' Iiahltoll. tlinammontl. and Hamper carried the Gaels to a seven game win-streak anal the Division-One Championship. In the onslaught. City lell twice, and Patterson, Poly. Southern, anal Calvert Hall eafh were tlownecl in orcler. On the strength ol' their earlv season tie, Loyola, Division Iwo title-holcler, was expected to pose an obstacle in the haselnallers' champion- ship clrive. In the Iirst game H-' '- .X started th omit melnngs homer e Gaels winging' to a Z5 to 0 leacl. I Hamper stopped the Dons with one hit as he X postecl a 5 to 2 victory. I For live lrames ol' the set-oncl skirmish, Mel 3 Seliaeller helcl St. Ioe at hav. But in a wild ' ' . . . Q ' 1 ,- sixth inning. the Gael runners heat. a tatoo on JOHNS LATE! The Calvert 3rd sucker ' , ' V L l has already tagged base and is the plate to give St. Aloe a In to 45 victorv and the Championship. ALL:S ready to rit1e the ball over to first TAR HERO-Proud team: mates gayly carry hurler Ron Babkoff from the mound as he beats the All: Stars 1:0 in the 2nd such happening of its series. 97 TROPHY COLLF Bal! l'lzna-ml un thc- Sun AXII-Suns l'or"r'5uc1t C l nl ll nn 1 WAS STIll OFF-BASE HERE . 14 "'r izlcls IllIllllIIIllllllllllllllllIIllIIlllllIlIIlllllllllIllllllllllllllllllll C: ' 1 cr, rt- at-autor lrmn '52's .XII-Stars, and I I - BASEBALL SCOREBOARD niitlic-lmlvr llt-rniiv ,Xnu-lung. linrl earned his position In rirtnc nl' an Iillt' winning .-185 batting WE OPPONENTS THEY inank. his slcllzn' Iiclcling, and superb rclicl' hurl- 6 '-- -"Patte"s0'1 - - I ing whilc' lflcrlnic- was zlw:n'dccl an nntlicld posi- 5 ' " ' ' 'Southern ' ' ' ' ' ' ' I V" i . 'h l In . 5 .. ...Hopkins Frosh . . 3 lion lmccziiisc- ol his clcicnsivc :ability and timely 4 H ...Calvert Han . U 5 illls. 3 .. ...Loyola . 3 4 . . . . .Poly ....... .. . . 4 I2 .. ...Forest Park .. 0 1 .. ...City .... . . .. 0 7 . . . .... Patterson . . . . 3 5 . . . .... Southern . . . 4 4 . .. .... Poly ..... .. . I 3 . . . .. .Calvert Hall . . . . I 3... ...City ...... . 0 M.S.A. PLAYOFFS S .. ...Loyola ..... . 2 I5 .. ...Loyola ...... .. . 3 ALL-STAR GAME I ............ All:Stars ........ .. 0 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIlIlIlIlIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllll l'l"S CRAZY!--Earl Hamper and his cozobserver, the third baseman, study a fluke hit in the All-Star tilt and wonder-"Bunt," "Hit," "Foul", lt stopped cold right there. .CTOR-Coach John Plevyak, who is making trophyzcollecting, a personal hobby, here receives from Mr. Beehler the Harvard Cu p emblematic of the MSA Base- ball Championship. 98 -its Q 'ESA a S " is is A Q-ff-'N sv . X y S 5 an . -4 5 ix Am ?A K 2 XL Q :N f rig jf v, Q 2 is Q 1, 5-mQ'.,,-P Q1 'Q New V V 5 Am ,X W xfk ' Muna' W W, ,WWW I W , Au E Q gas: X 6 3 1 ww? L X as 5-9' -Q,-an WH R X X x I 1 v Wmxmm ho, 2 my-'mn l-Q. Nt is 'fr 9' 1 f " f 1 ff 51 'X A N 1 N infix Y Q23- HQ? MQQXYKQWQR DANCE SPlELllALlSTS-Ollie and Janice, llill and Pat, do a bit of real jitterbugging with plenty of room to spare as faint hearts are a mite wary of fast numbers. vs - 2 A N . ' Q iw WALTZ TIME-Slow tempoes rate the popular nod as Bob and Marie Francis, Stan and Marie Ann, easily match the mood of the soft saxes. AT THE GRADUATION BAll VN'll00PlNlif l'I':UP!-Rivers Chambers has the place "jumping" as he starts to swing "The Ole Pine Tree" and the gang chants "Cut it down!"-Ah! those mellow notes! CHAPEROWS NNY HOP GEGRUIA 0 HARA S TABLE TOM SLHWARZKOPF 9 PARTY F ATHER NILUS' FANS YJ 'rma RQMIREZ xjnojfurans W: Q 1 4"'1f.A,,f Q LHAPFRON PEN? NILLES' IARTY S 9 ' , My um, 5 14914 404 YOUR BIG STORY . . . K - A , x l'Xlt'llii5 ' .' 2 lks for wour unliriu ' ...'. Aa I g' ical :md consL'uu kinclnvss 1 lJl'll'lH' XXI Incl I .1 1 , ,, . .-V. , .. , . ,. 1 . 4 .. . . ,, .. Olll ll llu xou UIHIKISLIIIKI but oul school us lllllllthl. .uul in hopcs lhmllsc ol xour spa-will cllorl lo lniciga llu clllluull gap lxluun school IN uc lul thu xou hum lx . iumlusl ' ', " 2 1 " Bi 'cu :ulclccl 1'0llhCl1'Ilt'C to Ol ' 'Ill' ' ' . L' l'llllN'l'N', NI: .Xluumi Ufgklllilllliflllh who umkc our svhool thc olmjcrl ol' llll'il' ical. us. iu the procluctiou ol. lllc "Mount 'lxox' I ' '- , fill lmu hcl :cd us lo Nlouul Sl. -lowly '. ' 5 ' ' 5 I: llllllil' School iu thc but ' lion lf: 'V 'K -' ... ' -- -1 " ' . ' :md u sllwccclilxgl' graulu- . s. lo us, you l'K'lJl'l'hl'Ill lhosc spirilcd 1111-nlllx-rs ol' th ' llhl'l'h.. :mal In zlssisli 5' sl ' I 1 n., un 1 mom hu I1 IS an oulslmulnw C 1 .xllltllhlll u.ul1- . an xoul QCIIIIL' Luulncss 'xml uholn lu ulul lllIlllSl X l'lulllmul Hi . .Ing Bc-u "l'1ll'lll'hllf lhklllli you. f-l ur Iowrk SI XII I04 The The The The The f The The The The The The The The The GRADUATION AWARDS Brother Eugene Trophy for the outstanding Scholar, Athlete, and Gentleman EARL T. HAMPER Brother Edmund Award for excellence in the study of English RALPH G. LIGHTNER Brother Isidore Award for excellence in the study of Religion TROBERT M. FLYNN Notre Dame Club of Baltimore Award for excellence in the Classical Studies -IAINIES W. SHAXV john S. O'Connor Award for General Excellence RALPH G. LIGHTNER Dr. William L. Knell Award for excellence in the study of Science and the Bausch and Lomb Award for excellence in the study of Science BTELVIN P. MILLER Thomas Lardner Memorial Award for service to the Quill CHARLES B. BICCTURLEY Julius Hoffman Award for excellence in the study of German .IosEPH E. STRICKER Brother james Award for excellence in the Commercial Subjects .IoSE11H M. BTARX Brother Alvin Award for excellence in the Industrial Arts THoMAs H. FRANZ Paul DeKowzan Memorial Award for excellence i11 journalism JAMES R. BTCCRUMB Fathers' Club Award for Outstanding School Spirit BENJAMIN A. PETRILLI DANNIEL L. ALLGEIER Alumni Seal Award for Scholastic Prowess, Extracurricular Achievement. and exceptional School Spirit over a period of four years BTARK D. BADEN History Award offered by the Catholic War Veterans, Post 4716 to the out- standing Sophomore for excellence in the study of American History ROBERT E. LENTZ IOS Gov. PATRONS AND FRIENDS Theodore R. McKeIdin Hon. William Bonnett Hon Hon Hon Hon Hon . George H. Fallon . Thomas P. Fallon . Frank J. Flynn . Samuel N. Friedel . J. N. McCardeIl Councilman and Mrs. John H. 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Herr Harry Herrman Mr. 6: Mrs. Fred W. Holland Bob Holland Miss Bonnie Hopkins Miss lris Houghiling Mr. 6: Mrs. Bernard Jachim Mr. 6: Mrs. M. E. Jiggetts Elmer Jones Jordan's Bakery Miss D. T. Kammer Eleanora Keller Patricia Kelly Mr. 8: Mrs. Albert A. Kennedy, Sr. Mr. 5: Mrs. Casimir Keydash Dolores Keydash, R.N. Martha J. Keydash Mary Teresa Keydash, R.N. Killer and Beetle Jacqueline V. Kines Mr. 8: Mrs. August Kirsch Miss Elizabeth Kirsch Miss Mary Kisz Mr. 6: Mrs. Joseph Kloiber Mr. 6: Mrs. J. Kornelut Mrs. Frank P. Kratz, Jr. Frank P. Kratz, 3rd J. Thomas Kratz Mrs. Alice Kries Ladies Auxiliary, :,li'75l City Service VFW Wm. Layden Margaret Leonard Catherine H. Liedthe Mr. 6: Mrs. J. P. Lightner Marguarette M. Linthicum Mr. 8: Mrs. Lewis A. List Sgt. 6: Mrs. G. W. Lookingland Mr. 6: Mrs. Geo. E. Loomis Mrs. Anna Loose Casper R. Lozzi Mr. Steve Lubarski C. D. Lutton Mac Ann Madden M. Catherine Madden Donald R. Madden Grace M. Madden Joseph Leo Madden Patrick J. Madden C. Raymond Madden Mr. 6: Mrs. Wm. E. Madden Mrs. Albert Maggitti Mrs. Alfred Maggitti Jos. E. Mallon James A. Manning Mary T. Manning Dot Manzoni Mr. Joe Manzoni l06 Mr. 6: Mrs. Ralph Marcantoni Miss Ann McKay Mr. 6: Mrs. Ted McLean Mr. 6: Mrs. Edward Mehl Meyer's Mr. 8: Mrs. L. Meyerson Mr. Sc Mrs. Gus Mezzarotte Mr. 6: Mrs. Mike Mezzarotte Mr. 6: Mrs. Nicholas Mezzarotte Miss Helen Micheal Tina Milio J. Miller Melvin P. Miller Mr. 8: Mrs. Vernon Miller Mrs. M. Moscato Gertie Mueller Esther Norris Miss Pat 0'Brien Mr. 5: Mrs. J. Calvert Miss Cecelia O'Neill Mr. Charles 0'Neill Mr. 8: Mrs. Wm. 0'Neill Mrs. Lana Orla Mr. Joe Orlando Rita A. Papini Mr. R Mrs. John J. Peddicord Peggy 6: Teresa Anna Pellegrini Dr. 6: Mrs. E. L. Pessagno Mr. 6: Mrs. J. Pfeiffer, Jr. Gertrude Pfeiffer Pife 6: Merle Mr. 6: Mrs. E. Pilkerton Miss Rita Pitsinger Miss Margerie Podrachy Mrs. Gabriel L. Poggi Mr. Joseph Poniaski Mr. 6: Mrs. Milton Price Mr. 6: Mrs. Joseph Rattini Joanne Rolson Ronnie 6: Dan Julius Rosenberg Walt Rybak Corkey Sapia Mr. Frank Scannello Rita Scardapane Mrs. Virginia Schiminsky Mr. 45: Mrs. Joseph Sergi Alvin 6: Elizabeth Seubott Margaret Shaffrey Mr. 6: Mrs. Wm. Shaffrey Margaret E. Sharpe Paul H. Sharpley Shirley 6: Dom Mr. 6: Mrs. Michael Simmons Mike Simmons, Jr. Mr. John Skucz Mr. 6: Mrs. Sid Smith Mary 6: Bob Smithson Mrs. Mary Sprinkle Stephans Mr. 6: Mrs. Harry W. Stevens Mrs. Victoria Stevens Richard Stoetzer Mrs. E. Strazenback Mr. 8: Mrs. James Tamburrino Mr. 6: Mrs. F. U. Taneyhill Tom 6: Celeste Mr. 5: Mrs. H. B. Tracy Mr. 6: Mrs. Bernard Tribull Mr. 6: Mrs. Edward Vernacchio Mr. Gordon Voyce Wallace Family Mr. 6: Mrs. M. J. Weber Mrs. E. Werner Mr. 6: Mrs. H. J. Williams Mr. 6: Mrs. E. D. Wilbourne June Wirtz Mr. 6: Mrs. Frank Wisniewski W. D. Wrightson Mr. 6: Mrs. Joseph Ziebron 1 4ii l AMRHEIN BROTHERS CO. B. KNOTT Bakers Plastering 832 W. Saratoga Street 1413 W. 36th Street BALTIMORE SALVAGE CO. LEO'S ESSO SERVICE Four Convenient Locations Eastern Avenue BEECHFIELD BAKERY G- LETTIERI 4724 Fredrick Avenue Groceries 821 E. Baltimore Street BETTER HOMES CONSTRUCTION CO. 5100 Arbutus Avenue M. E. W. COMMUNITY IEWELERS 403 Eastern Avenue F. W. McALLISTER CO. 110 W. Fayette Street CONKLING SERVICE STATION Lombard and Conkling Streets DASHIELL 6. CO. Poultry 5 W. Camden Street WHITEY DAVIS 829 Eastern Avenue DELUCA-DAVIS CO. Contractors 1968 Belair Road GAMBRILLS TRACTOR 6. EQUIPMENT CO. Gambrills. Maryland HONORABLE EDWARD A. GARMATZ WALTER G. GIES Manufacturer Crownsville, Maryland GUTTENBERGER MOTOR CO. 402 Eastern Avenue H. 6. S. BAKERY 2013 Ashland Avenue H. 6 S. SALES CORP. 4443 Pall Mall Road MEYER 6. THALHEIMER Stationers 10 N. Howard Street FREDERICK P. MILLER 6. SON Electrical Contractor 818 Fredrick Avenue FRANK DELLA NOCE FUNERAL HOME 322 S. High Street NORWOOD GARAGE 5010 Fredrick Avenue O'DONNELL PONTIAC INC. 2709 Fredrick Avenue PAT'S RADIO-T.V. 41 15 Fredrick Avenue CARROL' A. READ Hardware 4102 Fredrick Avenue READ DRUG 6. CHEMICAL CO. "Run Right To Reads" REINHARDS BAKERY 4121 Fredrick Avenue IOHN H. SAUSE. IR. 1 Realtor 801 S. Ellwood Avenue HILEYS CONFECTIONERY STORE 105 Potomac Street THE GEORGE H. SCHUMAN CO. INC. 516 Glenwood Avenue HOCHSCHILD KOHN Howard and Lexington Streets HUTZLER BROTHERS CO. Baltimore - Towson IACK'S CAFE 701 Scott Street M. R. SEGALL G CO. Heating 901 E. Fort Avenue FRANCIS VALLE 2809 Ecodale Avenue GINGER YEWELL ROYAL DUNLOGGIN DAIRY Extra Rich Premium Milk in Regular or Bahylop Bottles LO d 6 8900 BRADDISH AVENUE AND BAKER STREET ARUNDEL CORPORATION BALTIMORE 2, Mn. Dredging-Engineering Construction Sand Gravel Stone Commercial Slag ARUNDEL-BROOKS CONCRETE CORPORATION Pre-Mixed Concrete Certitied Ouality trom Graded Materials - Oftice and Plcmt - 921 South Wolfe Street BALTIMORE 31. MARYLAND EAstern 7-8200 LOYOLA COLLEGE B A L TIM 0 n E Conducted by the Iesuit Fathers 'A' City-Suburban Campus 'A' 20 Minutes from Downtown Baltimore 'A' Varied Choice of Maior Subiects 'A' Military Science Courses under R.O.T.C. Apply to: THE REGISTRAR LOYOLA COLLEGE BALTIMORE 10. MARYLAND Phone: CHesapeake 3-1020 MOUNT SAINT JOSEPH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION ALBERT M. CASHOUR. LEO M. GARY ......... EDWARD D. DEVANNY. BRO. LEO FRANCIS. . . MARK A. O'HARA .... REV. ADRIAN POLETTI. ..- ............. . ............ President lst Vice President .......... .2nd Vice President . . . . . .Corresponding Secretary . .Treasurer C.P ..... . .... Chaplain IIO AUGUSTA BUILDING 6. LOAN THE ALCAZAR ASSN. 416 N. Howard Street BALTIMORE 3, MD. Save for Tomorrow . . . Today Each account insured to 510,000 by , , the Federal Savings 6. Loan Insur- A Friend 5 ance Corp., an instrumentality of . the U. S. Government. Liberal Divi- Compllments dends credited semi-annually. OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT TODAY FRED GROSS 6 SONS Oil-O-Matic Heat FUR SERVICE AND SAVINGS Agems fo' Blue Coal and Pennsylvania Hard Coal stop at the 1300 s. CLINTON s'rnEE'r BALTIMORE 24. MD. K. of C. 1960 Catonsville, Md. IE N K I N s SIGN 0F GREATER VALUES Manufacturers of MOUNT SAINT IOSEPH RINGS AMERICAN OIL COMPANY from Maine to Florida 260l W. LEXINGTON ST. ED 6-6108 Mothers' Club if WMM C. I. LANGENFELDER 6. SON Inc. 8427 Pulaski Highway BUCK GLASS COMPANY Baltimore 30. Md. Manufacturers oi Baltimore Glass Milk Bottles for Halt a Century Established 1854 FRANK P. R. BOHAGER 6. SONS .INC. Dealers In Wastepaper nnoudv.-ay 6-1221. 1222, 1223 515 S. EDEN STREET BALTIMORE 31. MD. EGLIN'S GARAGES. INC. Main Office 15th and Sansom Streets Philadelphia 2, Pa. GASSINGER BROTHERS, INC. Complete Home Outfitters 1752 to 1776 N. Gay Street Cor. Patterson Park Ave. Monday Thursday and Friday Evenings Open . Until 9 O'Clock Iames P. Lazzati UNITED STATES CONCRETE PIPE COMPANY OFFICE: HOME: Blitoadway 6-3940. 6-3941 Oflleans 5-2536 TUN Y CATAN E0 LINE SERVICE Pier No. l Penna. R. R. 2000 S. Clinton Street BALTIMORE 24. MD. Michael R. Cataneo Fathers' Club -WW II2 EDMONDSUN VILLAGE has everything Acres and Acres ot FREE PARKING GOFFMAN'S HOBBY CENTER HEADQUARTERS FOR PHOTO SUPPLIES Kodak : Ansco : Argus : Bell-Howell : Ampro Grailex : Busch : Deiur De- fender : FR : GE and others MODEL SUPPLIES American Flyer : Lionel : Mantua Skyline : Strornbecker : Testors Ber- sted : Ideal : Globe : Xacto : Dreml : Casco and others We mail anywhere in the world GOFFMAN'S HOBBY CENTER 330 PARK AVE. BALTIMORE 1. MD. Congraulations from HANK, RALPH and FRIENDS KELLY BUICK SALES CORP. C. MARKLAND KELLY, PRES. Charles Street and Mount Royal Avenue Boulevard 3069 ANTHONY I. LOMBARDO Licensed Electrical Contractor 8907 Harford Road Baltimore MARIA'S RESTAURANT 300 Albemarle Street Baltimore 2, Md. I THE REDEMPTORIST FATHERS SACRED HEART CHURCH O Highlandiown NORTHEASTERN AUTO SUPPLY CO N. CHEST PE y 2-2877 NATIONAL SPORTING GOODS CO. 310 E. B limore Street Compliments oi A Friend SIN-J IN PRODUCTS C0. Makers CLEAR-AIRE "You See Them Everywhere' EXHAUST FANS 5236-40 Fairlawn Avenue BALTIMORE 15. MD. Day Night MO 4-4384 MO 4-4468 I DO YOU SEE SECURITY AT THE END OF YOUR ROAD? lust one person can put it there and that is you. Never was there a better time to get back in this business of saving for the com- forts, the security and the good things of life than . . . right now! FAIRVIEW FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 2013-2015 Frederick Avenue Baltimore 23. Maryland Each Account in this Institution is Permanently Insured Against Loss up to 510,000.00 and Liberal Dividends are added Semi-Annu- ally. Legally approved for Trust Funds Est. l892 POTHAST BROS. Inc. Makers ot Fine Hand-Made Furniture "THE TRUE ANTIQUES OF TOMORROW" 924 N. Charles Street RABAI'S BAKERY 2004 EDMONDSON AVENUE G15-6100 - 5-6101 French Pastries. Rolls and Bread Birthday Cakes Made to Order MISS MARGARET MARY RUTA RING'S TEXACO SERVICE STATION Leeds and Linden Avenues Arbutus 27, Md. AR 447 1 I I l VOGEL - RITT LExinqlon 9-6344 FOR PEST CONTROL SERVICE 233 ST. PAUL PLACE BALTIMORE 2, MD. SINDLER'S Home Furnishers Since 1887 No Extra Charge for Credii 428-430 S. BROADWAY 1613-1621 EASTERN AVE. BALTIMORE 31. MD. Compliments oi A FRIEND MICHAEL I. BIRMINGHAM 6. SON TWIN CITY SUPPLY CO., INC. Fuel Oil Building Supplies WILLOWSPRING AND SOLLERS POINT ROADS DUNDALK, MD. IRVINGTON FEDERAL Savings and Loan Associaiion 4106 Frederick Avenue Baltimore 29, Md. Insured Savings Accounts Home Purchase Loans I 1 1 MARY SUE CANDIES, INC. GEORGE STORCK 6. SON Lumber Since 1840 Makers ot Delicious Lumber . , . Millwork "Mary Sue Buffer C1-eqfngu 721 S. CAROLINE STREET OR 5-4040 Zone 31 MARTIN 8: GEORGE WM. LOTZ Plumbing and Heating Automatic Oil and Gas Units Oil Burners - Root Painting 2309 McElderry Street BALTIMORE 5. MD. PHONE QUICK SERVICE BR s-osss PE 2-aszs WM. F. ZELLER CO., INC. NQTRE DAME COUNCIL Sheet Metal and Roofing Contractors No 2901 LE 9-2176 - 2177 ala w. cnoss srnrznr BALTIMORE ao, Mn. KNIGHT5 OF COLUMBUS SHORE DISTRIBUTORS Iohn E. Morris Wholesale Plumbing and Heating Supplies American-Standard National and American Bethlehem Steel Iohns-Manville Products Salisbury. Maryland II7 T " ' Huff! V ' ' 'Q " fri- 1 vgznpar 1. , A4 Q 1 P A de .Q b , ri' 1, 1. 'RM M ,1 : ' 4 :7y.f,.fgh51 v f xx. 4 'F 3 V me F5 . .01 ' bv. "L 'A ' . X. i' '- F iwfiiji .-Q 51 15 3.QQV'QS,'. if 1- , , 'V " :'-fi., Q - L f - fi ,T,2? 5Fi' T'7, efi , V ,fi V 9"""'w ?v 21- . .35 . . if 'ggi' 'T " I ffl, 8" ef I wg- 1 ' f-. , , L W , "'? , ff? ,zu Jifw Fiwyl c-.,f.:'.., 1 QL: .nr'iN5?', N: 4: P r , ,VMQM iz,- ' ' , 'fd' A "W 'U X -. 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