Mount St Joseph High School - Mount Tower Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)
- Class of 1954
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Text from Pages 1 - 128 of the 1954 volume:
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EDITOR . , . . . ,... JOE PHILIBERT
PHOTOGRAPHY .... .... D ICK FEHER
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BUS. MANAGERS , A JBERNIE O'DONNELL
UNT SAINT OSEPH HIGH SCH
BALTIMORE 29, NIARYIAND
REPORTER , DICK FEHER
FORMALS - Senior:
ties is recalled
for Joe Vicini
and his date
in this favor
S'I UDENTS - Lou
W i n k e l :
m a n a n d
son typify the
terest of to:
ly emcees a
ADDED ATTRACTION-A fall of snow brings out the rich setting of the Mount,
as both hills and buildings sparkle with the silverzwhite coloring of winter . . .
THIS IS THE Nl0UNT . . .
Fon Moxie '1'llAN 75 Yimks, Mt. St. joseph has been the "Alina Materw to boys from all
parts ol' Baltimore, from the states ol Mzirylzmd, New York, Peimsylvania :ind Virginia,
and from the countries ol' Venezuela, New Mexico, and Porto Rico. Through the years,
the school has grown with the Community needs, until today when its student enroll-
ment is over 21 thousand, its faculty oi' Xziverizni Brothers and lziymen over forty-Hve
members, and its program suHic'iently diverse to meet all religious, scholastic and edu-
ezationzil requirements. The faculty, the students, and the alumni are justly proud of the
outstanding record of Mt. St. joseph in the field of Catholic lidurution.
SCHOOL PATRON-The stat:
ue of Sa i n t Joseph,
school patron, erected
at the Mount's found:
ing still stands an in:
spiration to untiring
B r o t h e r Placldus
headmaster of Mount
St. Joseph's pauses in
the shadow of the
Tower, emblematic of
the Mount, to explain
to visiting European
Julien of Belgium and
Brother Pius of Eng:
land the extensive cam:
pus and facilities of
Mt. St. Joseph's.
MONASTERY BOUND - At
the beginning of each
year, the entire school
attends the Mass at
the Monastery for the
intention of blessing
the school year.
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rI'HIS '54 MT. Towlck is clcclicatccl in this
IVIZITIZIII Year to Our Blessed Mother in
humble thanks Ior thc blessings bc-
stowccl upon the Xavcrizln Brothers dur-
ing loo years ol' lC2lC'IlIIig in .-XINCTICQI.
INFORMATION, PLEASE!-These boys
want first hand facts from Brother
Aubin discussing solid geometry.
FANS-Brother Andre trains the 'stars'
FIFTY YEARS-Brothers Bartholomew and Ric:
ardus mark 25th anniversary.
MARY'S FAVOR-Students are enrolled in the
Miraculous Medal by Redemptionist Father.
P E P P E R:U P P E R-Veteran Director, Brother
Simon, sets the mood for a ripzroaring pep
MAY RALLY-Crusaders of cityzwide conference
honor Mary at Cathedral Rally of CSMC.
CELEBRATION TIME-Brother Benjamin is feted
on his 60th anniversary.
BROTHERS ASSEMBLY-Brother Cletus celebrates
his 50th anniversary.
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XAVERIANS ARE RELIGIOUS
Prefect of Studies
Brother Aquin Brother Aquinas Brother Arthur Brother Aubin Brother Austin Brother Barton
Brother Benjamin Brother Camillus
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR-Brother Ricardus. Brother Bernardus Brother Campion
i ss DD
DIAMOND JUBILEE-One of the highlights of the Xaverian Centennial Year occurred
on January 12, when Brother Benjamin-outstanding officer of the National
Catholic Educational Association-celebrated with Mass and a banquet his
Diamond Jubilee as an Xaverian Brother amidst the congratulations and mes:
sages of good will from all his many friends.
GOLDEN JUBILARIANS-Brothers CIe:
Brother Celestine Bl'Otl16I' CICUIS tus and Claudius.
Brother Clarence Brother Colombiere
Brother Connor Brother Cornelius Brother DePaul Brother Dismas Brother Edgar Brother Eric
VARIED ACTIVITY-Brother Hilaire, teacher, coach and bus driver, waits in the
bus immediately after the final school bell as Charles Madden and Charles
Bennett, come aboard for a Mission Meeting at a neighboring high school.
Brother Eustasius Brother Gavin Brother Herman BFOUTCI' Hilaire
Brother John Brother Jordan Brother Joseph
TRAFFIC ENGINEER-Brother Bernardus.
0FFER THEIR SKlll
Louis Charles Brother Loyola Brother Luanus
Brother Kostka Brother Kyrin Brother Leo Francis
Brother Marcellus Brother Maximus Brother Myron
Assuxrmu 'ri-ni tremendous task ol guiding, directing, and
instructing the Mountnien are the Xxiverizm Brothers.
Upon this religious conirnunity rests the responsibility ol'
molding the Catholic fXlllCl'lt'2ll1S of the future. Earnestly
endeavoring to accomplish this objective, the thirty-eight
teaching Brothers at M t. St. Joseph oller their knowledge
and experience as teachers in the clzlssrooni, :is coaches
on the athletic lield, and us counselors for personal and
NEW FACES--Brothers Kyrin, Gavin, Aquin, Cornelius,
Barton, Myron, Eustasius.
AT EASE-Brothers DePaul, Camillus, Brother Patrick Brother Paulus Brother Placid Brother Ricardus
THEY ARE TEACHERS AND LEADERS
Brother Romuald Brother Sidney Brother Simon
Urban Francis Brother Walter Brother Zachary
Mr. John Plevyak Mr. Victor Mr. Stanley Zaleski
Mrs. Marciano Mrs. Kettering Sister Donwina
COMMUNION BREAKFAST-Brother Daniel, F.S.C., Mon
signor Dugan. Mr. Jennings, Father Scanlan, S.J.,
Brother Placidus, C.F.X., Dr. McCormick, Ph.D.
IN ADDITION to more than tio Brothers who compose the
schools faculty, there are 3 laymen, 2 secretaries, and
6 Sisters ol' the Order ol' the Most Holy Redeemer. The
laymen are particularly active as coaches for the major
sports when not occupied with regular classes. The sec-
retaries zne attached to the treasurer's otlice and the
Prelect ol' Studies oihce where their duties give them a
clear apprecizition ol' the many details of operation of
a big hoarding and day school. The Sisters are in com-
plete charge ol' the inhrmary, the kitchen, and the
chapel. ln these departments the Sisters' ellorts are con-
tinuous and outstanding. Tlizmks to their splendid de-
votion, and the line understanding cooperation of lay-
men and ollice stzifl, the Mount operates each year
smoothly and elliciently as an outstanding Catholic High
Mother Aurelia Sister Clarita Sister Dietgera Sister Facundina Sister Jakobina
HOBBIES-Brother DeSales, Resident Director and licensed operator manipulates the
dials in the Tower shortzwave station where radio instructor, Brother Mar:
cellus, and science teacher, Brother Sidney relax in their spare time.
sn! N' ,WH
A SCH0lAR'S lIFE
f,l"1'lNIlS'l'IKl rorxe AHQN, striving lor znnbitions goals, constitute the students ol
the Blount. liacli inztn, trztinecl as :tn incliviclual. clevelops tlioronglily incliviclnztl-
istic' tentleneies. 'ellie icleals ol' lree expression are borne out in the opportunities
open to all Monntnien. whether in the debating cilnli, or on the football lielcl,
or in the newspaper oflire. All the students ol the Monnt-orclinztry teenagers-
lmttle the period tests :incl exznns. Tliey all feel the kick ol' at spirited full pep
rally or the tltrill ol :tn exciting cliztllenge on the lJ2lSlxCllJ2lll ronrt.
Sure, everyliocly agrees, inclntling the llrotlieis, that the sonncl of the 2:40
hell is mighty pleasant. lint even more than tlie signal ol' the end ol' at long clay
ol study, it is the assnrztnfe ol' 21 .job well clone-lor lirotliers :tnrl students ztlilqe.
BIOLOGISTS-Examining an old bone structure or
breeding minute organisms is the work of
these diligent lab men, under the tutelage
of Brother DeSales, the students learn the
wonders of Mother Nature, while observing
these facts ihwfiflotion under the microscope.
-Each year the Mount Radio Class visits
a radio station to observe how practical
radio theory is put to use in a commercial
station. Here, in one of the main studios of
WFBR, can be seen a complex array of
meters and knobs used in the process of
putting speech on the air.
Romuald has his
star gazers try a
daylight run before
SPEED SPECIALISTS-Typing Maestro, Brother Jordan
holds the clock on one of his boys as rooters check.
FOR KNOWLEDGE IS ENDLESS
lltnuwtz 'I'HIi vii,-tk, Mount chernists, some eager. soine
doubtlul, hunched over their lab tables amidst the
penetrating' flllllCS ol' annnonia, chlorine, and hydro-
gen sulhde. Field trips under Brother Marcellus, bee
sides providing the science-plodders with entertain-
lnent, exposed to chemical neophytes the functioning'
ol various processes. while open house exhibited to
interested onlookers the practical side ol rnodern
. 'ous ins nr e 'esou i f ' 'c fr ' ct
X7'll'1 fl 1 a l th 1 nd ng tot e l tht not l
physics instructor enlightened aspiring physicists ol'
NIIUS, while prisrns, gears, and lalling bodies coin-
prised obstacles to deter industrious iunior scientists.
Ilcl g ho L lth 3 n nc i hcn NI nt Lct
"th Jivs c' o' c ez 'cat 'V' A ou 's'QJics
joined hands around the rooin thus completing' the
circuit of Brother Roinualds static generator.
.-X glance into the neatlx' arranged biology lab gives
not a hint ol' the operations practiced therein. Mount
bug chasers under Brother De Sales inspect insects,
dissect lrogs and snakes. delve into the secrets ol' the
znnoeba and protozoa, and wonder at the amazing ellif
ciency ol' arboreul pollinixation-
Beeps, squeaks, dots, and dashes are heard in the
early afternoon as Mount radionren under Brother
Marcellus struggle with transmitting keys and Heryian
wafues. liager i'h:uns" operated on the two znnateur
stations here, while adventurists strove for their
"technician" and "general" licenses.
BROTHER CAMILLUS -demonstrates to
some members of his General Sci:
ence class, how the electric motor
SCIENCE CLUB-The science club of Mt.
St. Joseph, affiliated with the Na:
tional Science Clubs was formed for
the iirst time at the Mount this
year. Here, in the physics lab,
where the meetings were held
monthly, some of its members dem:
onstrate their interesting projects.
Brother Marcellus, club moderator,
planned many interesting trips and
demonstrations, while Ben Popera,
the president of the club, presided
over the meetings.
GETTING THE FACTS-As we travel
through the school we soon come
to the Metal Shop where Brother
Cornelius is explaining, to Bob
Mayr, Frank Sullivan, and Bob Reg:
ula, the complicated procedure in
the development of the machinery
in the Metal Shop. At the Mount
there is an opportunity for those
who are planning a future as an
engineer to secure the necessary
background for this work.
lui-1 l'HlliO5Ol'HY ol' the Mounts educa-
tional system can he lonnd in the Eng-
lish clepartment's tour year tour of
l,ltC1'2lLL1l'C, and among the many ap-
proved volumes that wait, shelved in the
Library cabinets, to he explored.
The great thoughts of great men of
years past, set forth with unmistakeable
soliditv in their writings, are a sure path
to learning. Along with our English-
teaching Xaverians, we explored the
works and lives ol' l,iterature's greatest.
XfVe traveled from Iieuzuzzlf to Lllacbeth
-from Pope to Eliotetrom .-l to Z in the
world of letters-and, no doubt, came
out the better for it. Despite senior
term papers and exams and allg the
lucky ones who passed show that the
course is not altogether uneonquerable,
only more or less impossible.
GREAT MEN AND GREAT BOOKS
LIBRARIAN-Brother DePaul here interviews with his student needs. The library has been completely
capable assistant the system best suited to ex: renovated and improved as a result of Brother
pedite the How of books to meet the constant DePaul's tremendous interest and enthusiasm.
Uwniiia ri-ng fxisrii leaclersliip ol' rnorlerzitor Brother
Urban Fiaiiris :incl prexy qlaek Spence, the
Mounts C1.S.M.Cl, rounclecl out one ol the niosi
sticcessliil years ol' its history with Ll city-wide
rally at the tlatliecliztl on Pahn Sunday ut which
lour Mountrnen rec'eix'ecl awzncls lor their out.-
stzinding niission work. The Mount unit was
.Xt zi nieeting on Marrh l7, popular juniors
xloe Selnnitt :incl .loe D'Onolrio were eleetecl
prexy and vice-prexy Lo sueceecl -lack Spence zincl
The success ol the Cl.S.Nl.tl. in the liislioifs
Funcl lurtliei' ziccentuzitecl its cleterniinzition to
put across eyerytliing that it eiiclezivorecl. Its
ability to hold dances with larorzihle success
despite inziny clistractiiig activities also proxecl
that this years CJ.S.Nl.Cl. was one ol' the hest
Olig'LlIlifCtl in recent years. Nlountinen nizicle the
rlziily elinih ol' 51 steps to niake the Morning
Rosary the biggest single event ol' the year with
f'l5,ll00 clerzlcles ollererl up lor world peace.
CO0RDINATORS-Vicezprexy, Dick Braungart and
prexy Jack Spence develop a new apprecia: DOOR
tion of the world missions as a result of
the Bishop's Relief Drive.
KOREA BOUND--Brother Urban Francis, Crusade
Director, tallies just a part of the toys do:
nated by the laughing students in their
November project to assist various missions
stationed in Korea.
PRIZE-Don Lucassen ignores the candle
fire to get a close look at the beautiful wrist
rosary won by his pretty date.
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MEMBERS-Cleft to rightj First
Row: J. Philibert, L. Sniadach, L.
Harding, G. Jacobs, Br. Simon, Br.
Aquin, J. Strigle, J. Winkler, J.
Frazier, J. D'0nofrio. Second Row:
R. Richwalski, V. D'Antoni, P. Sy:
nan, T. Crum, W. Walther, C. Cash:
our, J. Woodward, E. German, T.
Bell, A. Hughes, R. Loney, G. Nel:
lies. Third Row: R. Payette, A.
Rabbitt, C. Reichenberg, K. Lee,
J. Nlullican, F. Jaworski, K. Parent,
V. Warch, G. Walker, H. Schmidt,
J. Stumpf, F. Simmons. Fourth
Row: P. DiPietro, F. Amoss, E.
Diehl, G. Ackerman, W. Garvey, J.
Badger, Nl. Przybylski, R. Wells, C.
Sher, W. Burch, K. Diggins, J.
Nloore, P. Boellner, J. Nlangus, C.
SMILING SENIORS-Spring Concert soloists Bill Garvev
Clayton Reott, Frank Amoss, Paul Reichenberg and
Joe Philibert pose for a farewell smile after taking
part in their last St. Joe Band Concert as Seniors
INSPIRED-The strains of the "Alma Mater stirs the
crowd, as St. J0e's Band does the honors at an early
fall football battle at the stadium
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TOWER STAFF-Don Potter is surrounded
by the boys who made the '54
Tower possible: Mike Bourne, Char:
lie Frizzera, Editor Joe Philibert,
George Nellies, Walt Johnson, Joe
Lucas, and Sterling Wise.
PICTURE MEN-Brother Aubin demonstrates to photogra:
phers Dick Fehrer, Frank Sullivan, and Tony Pala:
sik another camera technique that explains the
superb quality of Mount pictures.
MAINSTAY-Joe Lucas, top yearbook salesman, refused to
enjoy the summer until he had hammered pages of
type and captions to insure a topnotch '54 yearbook
lflttlxcg 'rini jon ol hkeeping the students up with the
news" :ire the school pulnliczuions. Tln' Quill and The
The Quill, the school newspaper, is published seven
times annually by it stall' eoniposed of :nn editor-in'c'hiel',
:tssoeiate editor, managing editor. sports editor, leztture
editor, business niztnager, ten reporters, two stxtll' artists.
ztud three pltotogrztphers. lt is through The Quill that
Blountnien learn ol' the exploits and 2!t'C'0IllIJlISIIIIICIIKS
ol' their elasslnzttes, as reviewed in the news articles,
sports stories and lezttures.
Tim illomzl Tmuzrr, published and produced by the
Business statl. written hy the newspaper stall, and
larouglit to lile by the lI2ll'li1'0Olll stall, SlIllll1l2ll'lZCS the
zititivities ol' the year. The unique mode ol' presentation
ol' the yeztrbook has garnered. lor its stznfl' nieniliers, the
Xlarylancl Scliolzistic' Press Association Clhmnpionship
three ol' the last lour years.
It is through the conihined ellorts ol The Quill and
The illomzl Towel' than students. liirttltr, alumni, and
lriends are kept zllnreztst ol the ztctivities at Nlount Saint
CURRENT EVENTS. . .
. . .LATEST ISSUES. . .
GEORGE NELLIES-TFCBSUFCF of the C2ltl10: DEBATERS-The Mountmen yvho helped win that beau:
lic Debating League, makes financial reports at
the city:wide League Meeting in May. The
League met four times during the year to discuss
bettering the seasonal debates and keeping the
intricate schedules straight.
AFTER:DEBATE DOINGS-ln the Mount auditorium
bring:together Pat Cullen and Joe Crosby of the
Mount and Bernie Lardner, Mary Frances lreton.
and Ann Allulis of l.N.D. to discuss the arguments
just presented in the discussion of Direct Vote.
tiful League Trophy are Qstandingjz Bernie Pie:
truski, Wayne Ray, Joe Philibert, George Nellies,
Warren Donohue, Al Slomba, and Pat Cullen, fand
seatedj: Joe Crosby and Jim Dougherty.
THE LONCLAWAITED MOMENT--Baltimore Debating
League Prexy, Joe Philibert, presents to Brother
Campion the trophy he helped earn for the Mount.
This was a championship year both for the team
and for Joe Philibert who garnered the League
Best Speaker Award.
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THEY AIM FOR SENIORITY
l'lRliSl-IMICN, eager anal 2ll'llYC', NCZHTIIDCI' Llimngli tlic lirst yvzlix ziiining lilinclly lm'
Xppzlreiitly sell'-slilliciciit Soplioiiiorcs, iiiiliifssccl willi ilieii' new nolxilily,
czmially work lor Lliirnl yarn' slklllls.
Attrziftccl by the nezirncss ol Llicir goal ol' 5Cl1l0l'lLf. i'l'x'iLzilizc'il Juniors l7USllC
Llirongli ll yezn' ol' new lI1LC'l'CIiIS :incl new clisc'm'Cric-s. ,-Xll LI llzlll ol Llic clcvclolm-
IIIGIIL ol' ll limn' flill' llliOQl'Illll. lliesc Monnlinen will CYClllLl?lllf step Iiwtli as
sezisuiied Seniors, inolclccl by llncc pic-x'ions pcrioclx ol trial znicl l1'2lllllI1g.
QUIET-SCHOLARS AT WORK-Freshmen are diligently
attempting to compile a half:year of work in an
effort to secure the right answers for their en:
CLASS - IA
LAST ROW Cleft to rightj-George Wallace, John
Bannon, Ronald Campbell, Michael Egan, Timothy
Welsh, Henry Wagner, Robert Smith, Charles Wal:
trup, Michael Hopkins, William Wolf. THIRD
ROW-Bernard Zubrowski, J. Kahl McDevitt, Mich:
ael Ellis, William Teipe, Richard Kozlowski, Joseph
Nason, Charles Bower, Paul Cummings, Frank Ger:
hardt, Anthony Hughes. SECOND ROW-James
Merz, Lawrence Yeager, Eugene Seybold, Henry
Zerhusen, Ellis Justis, Gerald Sibiski, Edmund
Bocklage, William Walter, Ronald Stevenson, E.
Neal Drexel. FIRST ROW-William Eusini, Rich:
ard Baum, J. Gordon Frizzera, John Walsh, Brother
Jordan, Raymond Kelly, Lawrence Grant, Gary
Green, John Kutcher.
CLASS - 1B
BACK ROW tleft to rightj-Carroll Poetzel, Morris
Berman, Robert Hepner, Robert Magrogan, George
Kabus, Daniel Schaden, William Bauernshub, John
Falter. THIRD ROW-John Larkin, William Mil:
holland, Edgar Bridges, Gerard Dunnigan, John
Cihak, Richard Rychwalski, James Starr, Gary
McNamara, Albert Cashour, Robert Schmuff. SEC:
OND ROW:-Joseph Davis, Kevin Parent, Robert
Pilson, John Layton, John Hromey, Richard Dorn,
Robert Slifker, James Melody, Norbert Kendziew:
ski, Joseph Sordillo. FIRST ROW-James Foley,
Victor Bober, Paul Karpers, Michael Loney, Brother
Dismas, Francis Rokosky, John Henderson, Charles
Jones, Charles Madden.
CLASS - 1C
LAST ROW tleft to rightj-Roger Leon:
ard John Lanahan, LeRoy Wilson, John
Dougherty Paul Funk, James Wagner,
Elias Muyale, Stephen Ellis, John Gordon.
THIRD ROW-Lawrence Wheeler, Melvin
Slmka Harry Bloom, Francis Kesock,
lames Gilhece, Thomas Fullerton, Edward
Suchnickl Edward Baran, Joseph Curran,
Charles Clpriotto. SECOND ROW-John
Mascari Raymond Wilson, Brian Flan:
nery Desmond Young, Lawrence Mowery,
Charles Bennett, Ronald Warfield, Wayne
Lelghty Richard Somers, Edward Beecher.
FIRST ROW--Walter Weems, Alan Cham:
bers Leo Maith, William Burroughs,
Brother Aquin, Stephen Campion, Fran:
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cis Goleblewski, Denis Faubert, John
CLASS - IE
LAST ROW Qleft to rightj-Vincent D'Antoni,
Robert Dunnigan, William Coker, Ronald Sheely,
Paul DiPietro, Stanley Dabrowski, John Lewan:
dowski, Paul Synan, William Walther, Robert
Duckett. THIRD ROW-Michael Maruffi, George
Klein, Earl Sherwood, Nelson Salas, Michael
McNally, Conrad Gutowski, Joseph Onorato, George
Malkinski, Frank Miller, Milford Ziolkowski, Ken:
neth Lee. SECOND ROW-William Alvather, Gil:
bert Gardner, Joseph Graleski, James Roddy, John
McDonald, Charles Fogerty, Aloysius Hammond,
Talbot Young, William Cook, Norman Wilder, Rob:
ert Arashin. FIRST ROW-Bernard Bittel, Theo:
dore McQuade, Denis Lange, Joseph Scrivener,
Brother Edgar, John Conrad, Robert Sniadach, Rich:
ard Savarese, Edward Diehl.
CLASS - ID
LAST ROW Cleft to rightj-Henry Nilles, Ray Gies:
ler, Stephen Auer, James Zitzer, James Graves,
Roger Miller, William Green, George Schaefer,
Robert Madsen, Michael Wroten. THIRD ROW-
Francis Schene, John Dodson, Walter Boan, Wil:
liam German, John Migliore, Antony DeAmico,
Joseph Letke, Joseph Rolfes, Edward Engles, Fran:
cis Stevenson, George Waldhauser. SECOND ROW
-Joseph Crosby, Joseph Simmons, Carlos Martinez,
Thomas Schlereth, Antony Gazzo, Lawrence Spi:
och, Antony Lutz, Earl Harden, John Floyd, George
Jacob. FRONT ROW-Joseph Egan, Eugene Nar:
done, William Rawlings, Thomas Michocki, Brother
Barton, John Michel, John Wallace, John Kuhl,
FRESH IN THEIR mmns IS
THEIR PURPOSE HERE
CLASS - 1F
TOP ROW ileft to rightj-John Gos, James Mulli:
can, John Warren, Joseph Bach, Robert Bracken,
Louis Gilner, Edward Shanahan, Harry Franzoni,
Frederick Hunger, William Small. THIRD ROW-
Denis Carter, Eugene Baikauskas, Donald Black:
man, George Otterbein, Thomas Connors, John Sur:
del, James Gallagher, Carl Gardner, Herman O'Neill,
Michael Stanton. SECOND ROW-Henry Chole:
wczynski, George Sproates, James Kelly, Peter Rob:
ertson, Michael McDonald, James Ward, John
Murray, Nicholas Mazziott, Lee Fink, Raymond
Krolicki, Paul Nohe. FRONT ROW-Fernando Do:
mene, Richard Byrne, Paul Heisey, Basil Karukas,
Brother Gavin, Louis Faust, Richard Sciesczka, Paul
Bastrass, Salvatore Cimbolo.
TOP ROW fleft to rightb-Robert Boss,
Charles Daniels, Edward DeBaugh, Donald
France, Vernon Kehring, Donald Haasen,
George Nohe, Joseph Weiss. THIRD ROW
-Robert Cohill, Robert Trcka, Jerome
Hannon, Bernard Wiczulis, Richard Bar:
nickel, Thomas Donnelly, Henry Strempek,
Albert Herbst, Frank Trachta. SECOND
ROW-David Kelly, Donald Bateman,
Henry Anderson, Thomas Vogel, Ronald
Hackett, Roy Graves, Kenneth Mohr, Rob:
ert Bratt, Thomas Morris, Thomas Crum.
FIRST ROW-John Cangelosi, Ronald
D'Onofrio, Casimir Sobus, Robert Ziemski,
Brother Eric, Ralph Cilento, Frederick
Grabau, Michael Tunney, George Nelson.
LAST ROW Cleft to rightl-Ronald Rus:
sell, Neil Kelly, William Lovett, James
Renehan, Charles Matthews, Arthur Childs,
William Murphy, Frank DiPaula, Vincent
Merlo. THIRD ROW-Connie Erwin, Mar:
vin Abrecht, Edward Waldron, Walter
Sikorski, Clifford Parry, Joseph McQuade,
William White, Patrick Durkin, Delmar
Dunton. SECOND ROW-Phillip Cassidy,
Philip Geppi, William Hoffman, Richard
Fitzgerald, William Schanken, Robert
Knight, Donald Benzing, Leo Decker, Jo:
seph Mulcare, Paul Delsalle. FIRST ROW
-Henry Flagg, James Vadas, Charles
Smith, George Ackerman, Brother Kyrin,
Joseph Fowler, Leonard Gunzelman, Rob:
ert Davis, Ronald King.
FROSH TALENT-Cub binglers are Cstandingj
Bob Araskin, Bob Trcka, Bob Dunnigan,
Mike Hopkins, Brother Barton. Qlineelingj
Jim Vadas, Larry Wheeler, Lee Fink, Bill
Alvather, Talbott Young. CMissingb John
Conrad, Whitey Ziolkowski.
DASHING ROMEOS-James Gilliece, Joe Ahern,
Brian Flannery smile for Brother Aubin's
TOP ROW Cleft to rightj-Wayne Ray,
John Wascavage, Maurice Bursey, Freder:
ick Gilbart, William Heinrich, Joseph Sku:
drna, Leo Kossa, Bernard Yatsonky, Fred:
erick Weinberger, Daniel Stanton. THIRD
ROW-Thomas Livingston, Thomas Steg:
man, Warren Donohue, Paul Holmes, Wil:
liam Zinkand, John Woodward, Charles
Brown, John Henn, John Gegner, Larry
Schatz, James Doherty. SECOND ROW-
John Fisher, Ronald Mason, John Nieber:
ding, Michael Schmidtman, Stephen Schul:
meyer, Albert Muehlberger, Frederick Sim:
mons, John Scaldara, Patrick Cullen,
Thomas Hitselberger, Thomas Roeder.
FIRST ROW-Ray Short, Walter Gruzs,
William Stout, Walter Bernazikowski,
Brother Columbiere, Joseph Reynolds, Rob:
ert lchniowski, Michael Oles, Edward Ger:
TOP ROW Qleft to rightj-Wade Hobbs,
Edward Schumacher, Francis Cookerly,
Donald Snyder, Robert Doran, Phillip Hyde,
David Roeder, Charles Cook, John Ouirk,
Joseph Bosley. THIRD ROW-Calvin Felt:
house, Joseph Combs, Henry Voelker, Rich:
ard Cooke, Robert Miller, Howard Bufiing:
ton, James Perleth, Joseph Brendel, John
Sohn, Andrew Long. SECOND ROW-
David Bloomberg, Carl Debus, John Holt:
grefe, Richard Buschman, Edward McDon:
nell, John Grace, William O'Byrne, Thomas
Fulton, James Adamski, Anthony Macola,
Bernard Jones. FIRST ROW--Lawrence
Wheeler, Patrick Perry, Ronald Maher,
Joseph Ahern, Brother Connor, Joseph
Ruppert, Donald Vincent, Jerome Beck,
LAST ROW Cleft to rightj-Ronnie Labelle, George
Stritter, Edgar Zepp, Richard Creamer, Lee Coyle,
Richard Wagner, Edward Wolff, Patrick Gilmore,
Victor Dragin. THIRD ROW-Daniel Ziolkowski,
Charles Fitzpatrick, John Brinkman, Kirk Woolley,
Frank Lancelotta, Leo Quinn, Paul Lengrand,
Thomas Neubauer, Thomas Combs, Bernard Piet:
ruski. SECOND ROW-Robert Borkowski, Charles
Stansbury, John Brown, Joseph Murphy, Daniel
Dean, William O'Keefe, Carl Kunkel, Dennis Kelly,
Newton Williams, John Clark, Joseph Sanda.
FRONT ROW-Patrick Heim, Clarke Bowie, James
Evans, Richard Krebs, Brother Patrick, Michael
Dorn, William Herberich, Dennis Bahr, James
AS SOPHS THEY HAVE
CLASS - 2D
,V ,"' ,
be TOMORROW'S PASTEURS-Angelo
ard Nichols, Howard Hickman
blski, Francis Schmitt, take
the many opportunities that
to the many men who take
Brother De Sales.
LAST ROW fleft to right!-F. Leon Magruder,
Robert Schultz, Robert Biddison, Dudley Aud,
Eugene Branagan, William Rotterman, Robert
McLane. THIRD ROW-Francis Warthen, James
Donald, Charles Rollman, Edward Mack, Leo Tra:
gresser, Raymond Stefan, John Weber, Robert Hol:
Ier, John Schleicher, James Kane. SECOND ROW-
John Rohrbaugh, Charles Glorioso, Donald Winter,
Robert Mirando, Thomas Kleintank, Luis Pinheiro,
William Gilner, Frederick Nowacki, Vincent Simon:
ton, George Barnes, James Hisky. FRONT ROW-
Raymond Hartman, Jerry Marx, William lmbach,
Peter Slifker, Brother Clarence, Anthony Quigley,
Robert Chearney, John Kettering, James Wilbourne.
TOP ROW Qleft to rightj-John Frazier, Jr., John
Winkler, John Doherty, William Clarke, Karl Col:
lison, John Badger. THIRD ROW-Frank McGuire,
Anthony Andrews, Eugene Clarke, Melvin Przy:
bylski, Angel Blanco, Louis Heinricher, Anthony
Rabbitt, Jr. SECOND ROW-Victor Warch, Ron:
ald Payette, Paul Boeliner, Jr., Robert Wells, Ed:
ward Walker, Mario Mayule, Jackson Mangus,
Ferdinand Jaworski. FIRST ROW-Charles Sher,
Louis Sniadach, William Airey, John Ueppi, Brother
Leo Francis, Lawrence Harding, Joseph Pitta, Paul
Gamber, Stephen Bernhardt.
VILTORY-Soph Pat Curran receives the Alumni
Oratory Award from Mr. Broening, while
senior George Nellies and soph Bernard Pie:
truski await their turn to receive second
and third honors.
T V PREVIEW-Dick Cook seems to have all the
control in his favor as he shows a Southern
boy the art of wrestling.
BACK ROW fleft to rightj-Kenneth Trapp, John
Sapp, Kenneth Diggins, Alexander McCarthy, Fran:
cis White, John Love, Richard Kearney, Robert
Vacek, Robert Trimper. THIRD ROW-Norman
Ripley, Jr., David Morrison, Francis Kelly, Louis
Hladky, James Miller, William Gray, Robert Nich:
ols, Gerard Shuster, James Hungelmann, Walter
Marsiglia. SECOND ROW-Eugene Rottmann,
Donald Thompson, Daniel Novak, James Moore, Jr.,
Donald Poole, William Thompson, Thomas Hosza,
Anthony Carozza, Harvey Marshall, Jr., Edward
McNally. FIRST ROW-George Ogle, Jr., William
Norris, Melvin Maurer, Robert McNaney, Brother
Louis Charles, Joseph Bernadini, John Hodges, Gil:
bert Ziemski, Louis Jones.
TOP ROW tleft to rightj-Anthony Sava:
lina, Paul Plein, Frank Haas, Harry
DeMoss, Colin Connor, William Diehlmann,
Franklin Hess, David Alpigini, Raymond
Moran, Charles Smith. THIRD ROW-
Gerald Abrecht, Joseph Aiello, John Hand:
ley, Thomas Debrouse, Henry Carle, Frank
Dillinger, Richard Webb, Gorman Amoss,
Bart McCully, Milton Hipsley. SECOND
ROW-Kenneth Hartman, Michael Dietz,
Frank Bell, Frank VVall, George Flecken:
stein, William Garvey, John Breffle, Robert
Dillon, Joseph Jones, Emil Hartmann.
FIRST ROW-James Quick, Robert Lynch,
Salvatore Geppi, Charles Maith, Brother
Sidney, Joseph Westerman, Ralph Cava:
liere, George Fisher, Frank Angelozzi.
FRONT ROW tleft to rightl-Edward Gor:
man, Michael Bourne, Donald Woytowitz,
Robert Lentz, Brother Aquinas, Robert
Eisenzopf, Patrick Riley, Alberto Tucker,
Thomas Egan. SECOND ROW-Charles
Allen, Joseph Ciurca, Joseph Harkins,
Michael Karpers, George Kilduff, Anthony
Fino, John Walsh, Gerald Williams, James
Stadter, Edward St. John, Andrew Blasco.
THIRD ROW-Richard Hoffman, Gordan
England, Walter Johnson, Albert Slomba,
Charles Currier, Carlos Lamadrid, Robert
Donnelly, Patrick Carberry, Robert Davis,
Edwin Kucharski, Joseph Vinci. FOURTH
ROW-Theodore Lewandowski, Donald
Deinlein, William King, Casimir Burchacki,
Robert Vaeth, Alfred Miller, David Gilmar:
tin, Melvin Dotterweich, James Slifker,
JOVIAL JUNIORS-Combine soft music, smiling
faces, a great night and as always the re:
sult will be-The Junior Prom. After two
years of hard work they finally have a dance
all their own.
CLASS - SB
BACK ROW Cleft to rightj-Nelson Macher, Charles
Sikorsky, John Thomas, Richard Sneeringer, Roger
Windsor, Richard Melody, Kenneth Gorski, Richard
Erlbeck, Ronald Stefan. THIRD ROW-Daniel
Thomas, Donald Madden, Gormer Kelley, Ferdinand
Napfel, Thomas McCann, Hugh Brookhart, John
Donohue, William Tavik, Paul Figinski, Robert
Haynie, John Hefner, Robert Maranto. SECOND
ROW--Robert Miller, Joseph Phebus, James Allen,
Carroll Grace, Eugene Daly, Mark DeFrances, Law:
rence Burton, Carroll tiolczewski, Donald Colimore,
Robert Peterson, John Erdman, Joseph Krolicki.
FIRST ROW-William Kirby, Gerald Foley, Jerome
Dyba, William Mathai, Brother Placid, Joseph
D'Alesandro, William Dignan, Francis Lorenz, Rob:
CLASS - 3C
TOP ROW fleft to rightj-Michael Tully, Donald
Griffith, James Kahler, Stephen Sikorski, John Fel:
lows, Sebastian Hein, Elmer Jones, William Burke,
Frederick Czarra. THIRD ROW-Richard Sisolak,
Joseph Cook, Bernard Bradyhouse, Herbert Small,
Martin Wrzesinski, Francis Rosenthal, Thomas
Kohlhepp, Hugh Brown, Marshall Blum. SECOND
ROW-Donald Price, Roger Davis, Louis Volkman,
Robert Galizzo, Richard Sullivan, Robert Melia,
Daniel DiPietro, John Leahey, Bernard Ritterpusch,
Michael Gravatt. FIRST ROW-Raymond Haney,
John Fitzsimmons, John Faidley, Salvatore Zanghi,
Brother Ricardus, Donald Clarke, Richard Stoetzer,
Stephen Mullen, Charles Lansinger.
TOP ROW fleft to rightj-Francis Luber,
George Roehre, John Larkin, Joseph Saver:
ino, Ralph Gonzales, Frederick Maisel,
Donald Schatz, Clyde Smith, John Popo:
vich, George Loeblein. THIRD ROW-
Lawrence Karl, William Naughton, Joseph
Lally, Adrian Cardinal, John Weber, John
Newton, Jerome Figiel, Bernard Dukes,
Robert Sczukzewski, Thomas Zissimos,
Franklyn Hudek. SECOND ROW-Walter
Malczewski, Donald Lucassen, Alfred Wal:
ker, Joseph Sorrentino, Robert McConnell,
Francis Mernaugh, Anthony Palasik, John
Stumpf, John Dietz, Joseph Schmitt,
Charles Chambers. FIRST ROW-Russell
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Culotta, Joseph Vondracek, William Dovell,
Thomas Prete, Brother Austin, George
Hunt, Paul Seery, Charles Fertitta, Edgar
TOP ROW Qleft to rightj-Donald Cox, Bernard
Hobbs, William Block, Ronald Kelly, Joseph Latch:
ford, Anthony Seifert, George Ochs, Frederick
Strauss. THIRD ROW-Thomas Bell, Louis Fischer,
Donald Coolahan, Carroll Tayman, Thaddeus Zach:
arski, Donald Rixham, John Conroy, Albert Jahn:
igen, Richard Lanham. SECOND ROW-Sidney
Renahan, Gerald Burns, Stephen Mrozinski, Francis
Robinson, Richard Melfa, John Schmidt, Joseph
Wojciehowski, Louis Casacuberta. FIRST ROW-
Anthony Constantino, William Cherry, Donald Pot:
ter, James Strigle, Brother Joseph, Michael McKay,
Joseph Sobus, John Kotchenreuther, Leonard Ber:
LAST ROW tleft to right,-Augustine Wurtzer,
Charles Wise, Joseph Dickey, Walter Dunsmore,
John Pfeiffer, Robert Lewis, Thomas White,
Charles Weidenhoft, John McLaughlin, Francis
Goldsborough. THIRD ROW-Francis Novak, Ed:
ward Mehl, Clarence Cashour, John Miller, Thomas
Wessel, Charles Smith, Edward Rebbert, Thomas
Chaney, John Scott, James Toohey. SECOND ROW
-George Baker, Joseph D'Onofrio, Charles Capp,
Thomas O'Brien, Robert Mayr, Walter Buczkowski,
William Hartel, James Gary, Joseph Kraus, Rich:
ard Blake. FIRST ROW-Francis Culotta, Don:
ald Stevens, William Poole, Lawrence Donohue,
Brother Cornelius, Stewart Startt, Francis Sullivan,
Gerard Azzaro, Robert Regula.
I U NIO R AmBAssAnoRs
or XAVERIAN TEACHING
HEADING A DISTINGUISHED
JOSEPH C. SIMMONS: Academic . . . St. Hrigicls . .
Senior Class President . . . soccer stalwart . , . varsity 3, -l . .
j.v. 1, Z . . . Junior Class Treasurer . . . CSKIC 1. 2, 3, -l . . .
Science Club 4 . . . Senior and junior Class activities commit-
tees . . . Doris Day and "5:elolJer" . . . one uf the best llountnien
that the school has proclneecl . , . 738 S. Ifllwoucl .-NYC.
5 Q S
l 9 r
THOMAS M. HISKY: Academic . . . St. Marla! . . . "Holt"
track 3, 4 . . . football 1, 2. 3. -I .... - X11-Maryland, All-Catholic,
and ixII-HXIIICVICZIII-NixIl-C2I1I1OI1CU . . . lilies Mt. De Sales . .
115 Iieannwnt AVC.
was ,lnniur anrl Senior Vice-President . . . CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .
RICHARD G. BRAUNGART: General . . . St. Mark's . . .
"Dick" was tackle on varsity fontlnall teani 2, 3, -l . . . varsity
track 3, 4 . . . Senior Class Secretary, Vice-Prexy CSMC 3. -l
. . . favors Doris Day and physics . . . "Stranger in Paradise"
. . 3-15 N. Beaumont Ave.
BIG FOUR-Dick Braungart, Jack Kirby, Tom
Hisky, and Joe Simmons converge on the
side lawn to discuss the activities that are
planned for their fellow seniors.
JOHN C. KIRBY: Academic . , . St, Klan-ks . . . j.v. fuothall
Z . . . varsity 3, -1 . . . varsity wrestling' Z. 3, 4 . . , lmasket-
ball l, 2 . . . CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Treasurer of Senior Class
. . . "HCR El l:reclcly" . . . favors turkey and trig . . . "Little
Drops of XX'atcr" . . . lll-l S. Prospect Ave.
HENRY M. ADELMAN: Business English . . . St.
Elizabeth . . . "Hank" . . . Glenn Miller, Sally Qlforrest.
and "Thats Amore" . . , hobby is fishing . . . tirst day
at school biggest thrill . . . 345 S. Robinson St. . . .
J. FRANKLIN AMOSS: Academic . .. St. Ursula
. . . CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . band 2, 3, 4 . . . varsity ice
hockey 2, 3, 4 . . . "Am" favors Terry Moore, and Ray
Anthony . . . wants to tour country in big name band
. . . 9613 Harding Ave .... CARL AMREIN:
Academic . . . St. Michael . . . CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .
band 1, 2, 3 . . . orchestra 3 . . . cross country 4 . . .
senior activities committee . . . favorites arc baseball,
"Blue Moon", ham cabbage, and model railroads . . .
4501 Glenarm Ave.
CLAUDE R. ANDREWS: Academic . . . St. liliza-
beth . . . 'AAndy" was a four year CSMC man . . .
varsity baseball manager 2 . . . lists favorites include
Percy Faith, Ann Blyth, Maryland and football . . .
919 S. Clinton St .... MICHAEL J. ANUSZEWSKI:
Academic . . . St. Patricks , . . cub football 1 . . .
favors Terry Moore, Stan Kenton and "'l'enderly" . . .
"Goo, goo, 'Gamooga' , , , Favors German and ,lack
London . . , "Whale" . . , Biggest thrill was graduation
. . , 403 S. Wiashington St .... O. JAY ARNOLD:
Academic . . . St. Marys Govans . . . Quill staff 3, 4
Editor 4 . . . junior and senior committees . . . dramatics
2 . . . cross country 1. 2. 3 . . . science club 4 . . .
t1'ack 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . ,lunior Class
President . . , 6004 Clearspring Rd.
RONALD W. BABKOFF: Academic . . . St. Ed-
ward's . . . "Ronnie" was varsity pitcher 2, 3, 4 . . .
ice hockey 2 . . . CSMC 2, 3, 4 . . . favors Hugo
VYinterhalter, .-Xva Gardner and "Blue Moon" . . . great-
est thrill was beating the All-Star team in '53 1-0 . . .
1812 lfllamont St .... ALBERT B. BAIKAUSKAS,
Jr.: Academic . . . Our Lady of Mt. Carmel . . .
"Al" favors Colts, radio, "Stardust" . . . soccer and
varsity football 4 . , . biggest thrill was graduation
. . . 213 N. Marlyn Ave .... JOSEPH V. BALD-
WIN: Academic . . . St. Anthonys . . . "Slim" looks
forward to Navy career . . . crazy about pets and records
. . . "Let's dig out" , . . lists chicken, chemistry. and
Zane Grey , . . "Don't cha Hear Them Hells" . . .
3803 lfchodale Ave,
CHARLES E. BALL: General , . , Monastery . . .
j.v. hockey 2, 3 . . . varsity hockey 4 . . . "Dig that crazy
square" . . . favors Dellonaires, Doris Day and steaks
. . . University of Maryland . , . 3151 Frederick Ave.
. . . ROBERT M. BALLANTINE: Academic . . .
Sacred Heart . . , j.v. football 1, 2 , . . varsity football 3
. . . "Meat" likes Billy Mays music. jane Russell, and
"Stranger in Paradise" . . . "Stop playing the role, will
you" .... 3 311 Foster Ave .... FRANCIS X, BATZg
General . . . Monastery . . . varsity football 3, 4 . . .
j.v. football 1, 2 and track 2 . . . "Fran" hopes to become
an architect . . . favors football, physics, Notre Dame and
Glenn Miller . . . 3241 Phelps Lane.
LEROY M. BECK: Business . . . St. Elizabeth . . .
'fLittle Grendal" names office practice as his favorite
subject . . . soccer 3, 4 . . . claims Doris Day to be
favorite actress . . . biggest thrill was graduation . . .
2610 E. Fairmont Ave .... LEONARD R. BED-
NARCZYK: Academic . . . St. lfrigids . . . "Len"
. . . CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . likes Toni, "Stardust",
Glenn Miller, Polish Kabose and Colts . . . "Thats too
much work, brother" . . . chemistry and Ava Gardner
. . . 717 S. Linwood Ave .... CARL E. BERN-
HARDT: Academic . . . St. Mark's . . . Carl favors
Hugo XYinterhalter and Maryland football team . . .
amateur radio enthusiast . . . biggest thrill was making
radio contact . . . drools over turkey and dressing . . .
1405 Frederick Rd.
HAPPY MOMENTS--The smiles really are breaking as Dick Feher and
Brother Aubin spotlight this Senior Prom group at The Emerson.
PURPLE AND CREA
RONALD F. BINETTI: Academic . . . Sparrows
Point High '52 . . . hobby sleeping' , . . biggest thrill
was scoring 25 yarfl tonehclown against Loyola , . .
likes lean Peters anal "Secret Love" . . . favors Colts
. varsity football S, 4 . . . 12th St., Millers Island
, . . BERNARD C. BINKO: Business English . . .
Saerecl Heart of jesus . . . "Bernie" leans towarcl Marilyn
Monroe, Queens of Rhythm and oftiee praetiee . . .
ambition to win a big blaek Caclillae Convertible . , .
C125 S. Streeper St .... JOSEPH J. BIONDO:
General . . . St. john the Baptist . . . "joe" is a proud
member of the ":kl'IQ,'L'lS.i . . . CSMC l, Z, 3, -l . . .
loves St. ,lohn's spaghetti slippers . . . goes for Marilyn
Monroe, bowling, and Maryland . . . 518 XV. Mulberry St.
JOHN H. BIRRANE: Academic . . . St. Agnes . . .
Vane Rnssell, Spike Jones and fried ehieken rate high
. . . physics is favorite subject . . . "Live and let live"
favors Notre Dame and "Many Times" . . . 523.2
Olcl Frecleriek Rd .... JOSEPH M. BISKER: Busi-
ness . . , St. blames . , , "If7lash" . . . j.v. swimming Z . . .
' likes Maryland, Italian spaghetti, and
Terry Moore . . . goes for sports, drum corps, and paint-
'avors "XYalking Along Together" . . . oiiiee
practice , . . 1428 Aisqnith St .... EDMOND D.
BRENT: Academic . . , St. Rita . . . "Mole" was guard
on varsity football team 2. 3, 4 . . . Maryland, Glenn Blil-
er. and jane Russell rate highest . . . biggest thrill was
scoring touchdown in '33 Loyola game . . . Z-151 Fair-
SERIOUS THOUGHTS-Ed Creamer, Mount Alumnus and former QUILL
Editor, offers constructive thinking to seniors expecting service call.
Ed is headed for Japanese interpreter post.
CLASS OF l954
JOHN F. BRIDGES: Academic . . . St. Charles
. . . "l3nclcly" likes the Glenn Miller orchestra, Doris
Day, potatoes, and Notre Dame , . . football Z, 3, 4 , . .
j.v. track 1, Z . . . varsity track 3. -I .... -X rlington,
'Virginia . . . JOHN J. BYRNES: Academic . . .
St, Marys Clobans . . . "Mouse" is an ardent Notre
Dame fan . . . varsity swimming 1, Z, 3 . . . CYO
basketball . . . lnnch period, and Jane Russell rank
high with this Govanstown Gael . , . 5306 Ready Ave.
. . . MATTHEW C. CARSON: General . . . St.
Joseplfs Monastery . . . "Shoo Shoo" . . . has :L liking
for model trains . . . band l . . . wrestling manager 2
. . , "Stranger in l"araclise" . , . biggest thrill was gradu-
ation . . . ulilil boss of this mob" . . . l-10 Culver St.
JOSEPH M. CAYER: Academic . . . St. Jerome
. . . "Nick" . . . swiinming, Chemistry, Orioles, and Zsa
Zsa Gabor rank as favorites . . . CSMC l, 2, 3, 4
. . . biggest thrill was 2:40 bell . . . 1934 Gritiiss Ave.
. . , SALVATOR T. CENTINEO: General . . .
St. John the Baptist . . . CSKIC 2, 3 . . . "Sam" is a
companion of the "Angels" . . . spaghetti supper at St.
'lohn's . . . Marilyn Monroe and Tiny Bradshaw . . .
biggest thrill, gracluation . . . -107 N. Green St, , . .
RAYMOND A. CHESONIS: Academic . . . St,
Mzn'tin's High in '52 , . . hobby is politics . . . "Ray"
likes Jean Peters, Notre Dame and l..lflHlZllli311 food
. . . CSMC 4 . , . best subject. history . . . favorite
anthor :Xl6X2lllflS1' Duniils . . . 132.3 Hollins St.
ANTHONY E. CIAMARRA: Academic . . . St.
Pauls . . . "Gene" . . . baud l, 2, . . . CSMC l, 2, S, -l
. , . owns a neat Buick . . . Helair Road boy . . . goes
for the Rebels . . . biggest thrill, beating Patts. . . .
JOHN A. CLARKE, Jr.: General . . . John was a
top Mount swimmer S. 4 . . . favors Doris Day, 'Secret
Love", physics and chicken . . . "Fair enoughn . . .
Kappa Chi 3, -1 . . . photography is his top interest . . .
lfranklin Manor. Kld .... JOHN A. CONNOLLY:
Academic . . . Shrine of the Little Flower . . . CSMC
l, 2, 3, 4 . . . St. ,loe's 25-O victory over Patterson was
his biggest thrill . . . "XYhat say, Rocky" . . . Zane
Grey . , . goes for Spike Jones .... 3 l2-l Kenyon Ave.
JOHN M. CORCORAN: Business . . . 14 Holy
Martyrs . . . "Corky" enjoys Virginia Mayo. and roast
beef . . . varsity baseball 2, 3, -l . . . varsity football 3, -1:
j.v. 2 . . , hobbies are females and sports . . . "Come
liack Shane" . . . 1613 Lemmom St .... EDWARD
DABROWSKI: Academic . . . Holy Rosary . . .
senior activity Man . . . girl named Connie . . . j.v.
baseball 2, 5 . . . varsity baseball 4 . . . varsity soeeer -1
. . . "NYhat's this a joke?" . . . Wants to make a career
of sports . . . j.v. football 2 . . . 1801 East Lombartl St.
. . . CARLO J. DACAMPO: Academic . . . ulJCCZlIl1DH
. , . goes for Louis Prima, Marilyn Monroe, and chicken
a la eaceiotore . . . seen with Brent and Yicini . . .
St. ,loe's massacre of l'attersou was biggest thrill . .
3220 li. Baltimore St.
JOHN F. DANAHY: Academic . . . f'Bircl" is a
Nlountman from Dundalk . . . goes for Ray Anthony,
basketball and Notre Dame . . . tags along' with Brent
and Binetti . . . "Champ" . . . 6902 xlOl'lllllf1'fOl1 Rd. . . .
CHARLES A. DARBY: Academic . , . St, Rita's . . .
"Darbl' was j,v. soecer man 2, and varsity soccer 2, 4
. . . wrestling l, 2 . . . CSMC l, 2. 3, 4 . . . biggest
thrill, winning most valuable player award in soccer, ,SZ
. . . 60 Broadship Rd ,... ROBERT J. DAS: Aca-
demic . . . St. Katherine . . . senior activities commit-
tee . . . l3ob's alias, "Undertaker of l2B" . . . Jane
Russell and 'fkly Secret Love" . . . one of Hanks
bovs . . . another math lover . . . graduation his favorite
. 2609 lleryl Ave. A
ANTHONY S. DEMMA: Academic . . . St. lfliza-
beth . . . t"l'ony" . . . great guy, very popular . . .
Terps, Rockets, Ray Anthony, spaghetti . . . possesses
strange power over women . . . "How ya spell it'l . . .
soeeer 3, -1 . . . pole vaulter 2. 3, 4 . , . biggest thrill.
Christmas .Xssembly . . . 631 X. Highland Ave. . . .
DAVID J. DERUS: Commercial , . . St. lilizabeth
. . . "lJago" prefers Polish food . . . ,lane Russell, Earl
llostic, and "Temptation" are favorites . . . "The most
to say the least" . . . biggest thrill was srraduation . . .
1511 X. Linwood Ave. . . , JOHN P. DIETZ: Aca-
demic . . . St, Ursula . . . CSMC 1, 2, 3, -1 . , . listens
to Stan Kenton . . . track 2 . . , cross eountry l, 2 . . ,
"At Ease" . . . "Redhead favors radio, Old Liners and
'Teuderly' " . . . biggest thrill was Hill llerr's explosion
. . , 2002 XYeudoyer Dr.
DONALD C. DILWORTH: Academic . . . St.
Paul . . . IJon's hobbies are daueing' and bowling . . .
members of the Quill staff 4 . , . Digs the music of
Johnny llodges . . . pool shark . . , favorite song is
Jackie fjileasoifs "Love" . . . l7tlIJ li. 25th St. . . .
JOHN H. DOHERTY: Commercial . . . St. An-
drews . . . CSMC 2. 3. -l . . . "jack lists girls as his
hobby" . . . "Put that in your paint bucket and mix it"
. . . one of the ,loes yearbook mob . . . likes Earl Hostic
and the Orioles . . . 2228 lf. Jefferson St ,... ROBERT
C. DONATI: Academic . . . St. .-Xndrews . . . j.v.
football 2 . . . lacrosse 2 , . . wrestling 2. 3 . . . "Bob"
prefers Debbie Reynolds and spaghetti and meatballs . .
lists wrestling. Maryland and math as favorites .
"Baby, llaby, Baby" . . . S12 N. Castle St.
THOMAS W. DONNELLY: Academic . . . St.
Elizabeth . . . enjoys 'lfrig ancl Yankees . . . urlitillllllyu
. . . varsity track 3 . . . j.v. cross country 1, 2, 3 . . .
got biggest thrill in seeing St. ,loe beat Patterson in '53
football season . . . 101 X. Curley St ..., ALEX J.
DONOVAN, Jr.: Academic . . . Monastery . . ,
"Play it cool" . . . "Al" likes Ralph Martiri, steak ancl
french fries . . . St. JOe's 2540 win over Patterson goes
big' xvith him . . . 507 Yale .-'Xve ..,. CONRAD P.
DORN: Academic . . . St. llrigicl . . . "Con" was
star back eourt man for St. Casmir's basketball team
. . . The Canton seholar goes tor trench antl Recl Sox
. . . CSMC 1. 2, 3, 4 . . . 1205 S. Clinton St.
JAMES F. DORSEY: Academic , . . St. Marks .
"final lists Marlylaml in his post-graduate plans .
member of Zeta lfta Theta . . . CSMC l. 2, 3 . .
track 3 . . . wrestling 3, 4 . . . hobby is ears .
graduation biggest thrill . . . ti Osborne Ave. . .
JOHN M. DOUGHERTY: Business English . . .
St. Matthews . . . "Hap" . . . "Fighting 10th" . . .
erazy about Esther XN'illiams and spaghetti . . , biggest
thrill occurred when the '53 Gales sank the 'Pats . . .
favorite subject, sociology . . . 1613 Glencleagle Rd. . . .
JOHN M. DUFFY: Academic . . . St. 1'atrick , . .
right half 4 . . . Mike likes "Stranger in Paradise" and
Rav Anthonv . . . favorite sport is football . . . rates
Maryland as' tops . . . likes any food . . . 2307 lfastern
JAMES E. DUNN: Commercial . , . Little Flower
. . . ,lim was member of varsity basketball team that
won '52-'53 MS..-X. title . . . CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .
varsity eross country 3 . . . graduation biggest thrill
. . . Seton tops . . . 4130 liierman :Xve .... THOMAS
H. DUVALL: Business English . . . St. Mark's . . .
"Tom" ran track 3, 4 . . . football 1 , . . CSMC
1, 2, 3, 4 . . . leans toxvarcl liarbara and hamburgers
. . . lists "Rag Mop" and Orioles . . . making honors
xvas biggest thrill . . , 25 Tangleivoocl R11 .... PAUL
EDGAR: Academic . . . St. Anthony . . . member of
the junior activities committee . . . CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .
has an unusual hobby, taxielermy . , . favors River
Chambers. football, and biology , . . "'l'hat's Cool" . . .
-1127 Mary A ve.
JOSEPH F. EHART: Academic. . . lloly Cross . . .
was on open house committee, 2nd year . . . "Chart"
. . . biggest thrill xvas graduation . . . rates Popeye,
Catholie High and baseball . . . "Oh, My Papa" . . .
1220 Patapsco St .... SAMUEL D. EICHEL-
BERGER: General . . . St. Patrick . . . "Ike" . . .
biggest thrill was seeing team beat Patterson 25-0 . . .
favorites include fried chicken, bowling, Notre Dame,
ancl girls from Catholic High . . . 1900 Hank St, , . .
JOHN K. ELLIOTT: Academic . . . St. 1'1eneclict's
. . . "Ping" is a veteran sancllot griclrler . . . fresh-
soph football 1, 2 . . . flramaties club , . . CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4
. . . ,lack favors Sandy. spaghetti, and loahng . . . "V1'hat
a Blast" . . . 2133 XYilkens Ave.
ANDREW C. ENDRES: Academic . . . Shrine of
the Little lflower . . . CSMC 1. 2, 3, 4 . . . ".fX1irly"
favors bowling and Spike Jones . . . biggest thrill was
seeing St. joe beat Calvert Hall for private school
championship . . . likes chemistry ancl "1 Believe" . . .
2808 Maytielcl .-Xve ..., DONALD E. ENGLES:
Business English . . . St. Mai-tin's . . . t'Don" . . .
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . enjoys xvatehing Ava Gardner
and hearing lllinois -laequet . . . "Play it chilly" . . .
loves eating pizza pies . , . biggest thrill was graduation
. . . 8 XY. Bentalou St .... EDWARD FARLEY:
General . . . St. l3enecliet's . . . CSMC 1, 2 . . . cub
football and baseball 1 . . . "Take it easy" . . . "Neil"
favors Marilyn, Detroit Lions. and mashecl potatoes . . .
picks St. Joes 20-0 victory over Patterson as biggest if
thrill . . . 2518 Wilkins Ave.
INTERMISSION-Seniors and their dates await Promenade with mixed ex:
pressions of ease and concern.
PURPLE AND CREAM
RICHARD FEHER: Academic . . . St. Rita's . . .
"Dick" . . . CSML' 1, Z . . . Quill photographer S, 4
. . . Rlount Tower photographer 3. 4 . . . seienee Club 4
. . . favorites are Guy l.on1barclo, Dianna Lynn. Notre
Dante, math, and La Verne . . . 1908 :Xdanis Rcl. . . .
VINCENT A. FERRARE: Academic . . . St. :Xm-
brose . . . wrestling' 4 . . . approves of Spike jones,
Marilyn Monroe . . . prefers french frietl potatoes. "Santa
Baby", and Notre Dame . . . "Dont get shook" . . .
graduation was biggest thrill . . . 2601 Spinghill Ave.
, . . NICHOLAS E. FEURER: Academic . . . 1-1
lloly Martyrs . . . "Nick" is an all around sportsinan,
has played football, basketball, and lacrosse . . . Stan
Kenton in favorite bancl . . . clrolls over pork ancl saner-
kraut . . . "l'hat's Cool" . . . -531 NY. l'lHlfll1lOl'G St.
JOHN P. FINNEGAN: Academic . . . Monastery
.,.t'l7in"...CSN1C l, Z, S,-1. . . j.v. baseball Z . ..
Gales football 2 . . . girls and baseball rate high . . .
Liberaee fan . . . likes the niusie of Sidney Bnshay . . .
often seen out of class . . . -110 lilosecrest 'l'erraee . . .
ROBERT F. FISHER: General , . . Monastery . . .
"Fish" hails from lrvington . . . partial to sizzling steaks
. . . plays clruins as hobby . . . senior rlance eonnnittee
. . . names Dellonaires' music, Marilyn Monroe and
Orioles as favorites . . . 343 Maysclell Rd .... JOHN
R. FITCH: Academic . . . St. lYenceslaus . . . 'Qlaeku
was a four year roller skater . . . varsity football 4 . , .
likes to fool with ears . . . favorites inelucle Maryland,
English. turkey, ancl -lean . . . "Always be a straight
shooter" . . . 9119 N. Lehigh St.
REAL TECHNICIAN-Bernie 0'D0nnell's mother seems a mite concerned as
her son reaches for more dials and power as he handled his special
rigged set on "Science Night".
CLASS OF l954
PAUL A. FLECKENSTEIN: Academic . . . St.
lluininids . . . "lflccky" .... -X rcaflia A..-X .... Setun
anrl Klarvlaucl . . . "Take it easyn . . . likes Terry
Illumc, friecl chicken. and clicinistry . . . USMC 1, Z, S, -l
. . . M109 Traiuurc Rd ,... CHESTER L. FOLLIN:
General . . . St. lwseplfs Monastery . . CSMC coni-
niittceinan Zud year . . bobby is flruiu corps . . .
senior connuittce . . , "l'n1 Yours" . , , favors Dcllrxn-
aircs anil physics . , . enjoyed being in thc Christmas
.-Xsscinbly . . . 107 liftlgewoocl St .... JOHN FRICH:
Academic . . . St, Marys Star of the Sea . . . "l7orcl"
favors Clieinistrv . . . Quill staff 5, -l . . . liusiucss Klan-
agcr -l . . LASRIC 3. -l . . , Mount Tower staff -l . . .
721 Harvey St.
CHARLES W. FRIZZERA: Business . . . St. Luo
. . . "Cliolly" . . . senior committee . . . yearbook repre-
sentative . . . USMC 1, 2, 3, -l . . . likes fishing, Catholic
lligli, listlicr KYillianis anfl oflicc practice . . . biggest
tlirill, Senior Prom . . . "Hay P2i6SZl.1l0ll. . . . 452 S.
. . . All Saints . . . "Souny's" ambition lies in the Air
lfcrcc . . . CSMC l, Z . . . hubby is flying and favorite
subject is biulogy , . , biggest tlirill was passing thc
third year .... 3715 Ferndale Ave ..,. JOHN E.
GARDNER: Commercial , . . St. Marys Star of the
Sea . . . "jack" . . . cross country, baseball, soccer Z
. . . cubs basketball . . . j.v, lacrosse . . . likes Carl
Hznniltun. .lane Russell and Michigan State . . . 36 E.
" rlmvning Loyula un gridiron SZ-U . , .
. . . WILLIAM R. FULTON: General
JOHN M. GARVEY: Academic . . . St. Marks . . .
"Joe" is a forensic minded lad . . . debating contest 2, 3
. . . Oratory 2, 3 . . . Secretary of Junior Class . . .
Junior and Senior activities committees . . . higgest thrill
was winning 2 lilocution Contests . . . loves to sing . . .
5310 Braluau Rd ..., WILLIAM J. GARVEY: Aca-
demic . . , St. Marks . . . junior class eonnnitteeman
. . . Kappa Chi 3 . . . lflorution and Oratory . . . hand
l, 2, 3, 4 . . . likes hunting, 'Sl Ford, and swimming
. . . listsujugn as higgest thrill . . . "Come off it" . . .
Sill N. Rolling Rd .... RAYMOND J. GASDICK:
General . . . CSMC l, 2, 3, 4 , . . resident varsity
eager Z, 3, 4 . . . favors New York, girls, and trie . . .
likes Ray Anthony anzl ,lean Simmons . . . senior dance
committee . . . higgest thrill lieeoining a resident . .
Bayonne, New Jersey.
DAVID P. GEORGE: Academic . . . Star of the
Sea . . . "Russian" . . . CSMC l, 2, 3, 4 . . . spaghetti
and nieatlgalls and soccer . . . likes those chemistry ex-
periments . . . "lt's getting deep" . . . 725 Harvey St.
. . . JOHN J. GERMERSHAUSEN: Academic . . .
Holy Cross . . . "The Gerinu . . . favors Stan Kenton,
Piper Laurie, "Perdido", English, swimming, and the
Gaels . . . favorite saying Hlliggei vous" . . . diggers
hol hy is Hy-tying . . . lZ39 Battery Ave .... LAUR-
ENCE E. GILHOOLY: Academic . . . St. Marks
. . . "Gil" was varsity footballer 3, 4 . . . staunch sup-
porter of St. Nlark's and Notre Dame . . . higgest thrill
was holiday during hlizzard . . . Hiskey's pal . . . 123
HARRY R. GILNER: Academic . . . St. lX'lark's
. . . "Harry" likes Glenn Miller, chemistry, and Notre
Dame . . . swoons over Marge . . . Five Oaks life guard
. , . biggest thrill was graduation . . . 5 S. Beechwood
. , , WILLIAM R. GIVENS: General . . . Ryken
Cluh l, 2 . . . Kappi Chi 3, 4 . . . j.v. foothall 2 . . .
wrestling 1, -, 3, 4 . . . lacrosse 2 . . . play's the Jew's
harp . . . favors Ray .-Xnthony and Doris Day . . .
"l'll clue ya" . . . lVashington, D. C .... MICHAEL
J. GLEASON: Business . . . St. Paul . . . CSMC
l, 2, 3, 4 . . . "Mike" likes Billy May and Jane Russell
. . . "Hit 'em with a shovel" . . . ranks heer, pizza pies,
shorthand, and Giants as tops . . . 2101 St. Paul St.
WILLIAM J. GOLLERY: General . . . St. Agnes
. . . leans toward Terry Moore, Orioles, and geometry
. . . prefers Mark Twain, Dellonaires, and "Stranger in
Paradise" . . . "That Crazy mixed-up Dodge . . . crazy
ahout hamhurgers . . . S36 Braeside Rd .... FER-
NANDO GONZALO: Academic . . . oil man from
Caracas, Venezuela . . . j.v. soccer 3, varsity 4 . . .
favorite food, hallaeas . . . Kappi Chi 3, 4 . . . leans
toward Ava Gardner and favors Chemistry and XN'hite
Sox . . , Caraeaes, Venezuela .... PAUL F. GOREY:
Academic . . . St. .-Xmhrose . . . "Cork" . . . j.v. foot-
hall Z, 3 . . . "lJon't know, do you?" . . . enjoyed St.
Joe victory over Loyola in '53 . . . likes Sociology , . .
CSMC l, 2, 3, 4 . . . 5710 Highgate Drive.
STANLEY P. GRAVES: Business English . . .
St. Mary's Star of the Sea . . . "Stalin favors Notre
Dame, drawing and Fred XVaring . . . CSMC Z, 5, 4
. . . Open House Committee 2 . . . loved that St. ,Ioe
win over Patterson . . . 1407 Riverside Ave. . . .
JOSEPH F. GREEN: Academic .... A scension . .
"Joe" was Associate Editor of Quill 4 . . . Play 2 . .
Junior Dance Committee . . . Ridgerunners AC. . . .
likes fishing, howling, haskethall and hillbillies . . .
higgest thrill was the Loyola massacre . . . 4510 Maple
Ave .... JOHN T. GRIBBET: Academic . . . St.
,Xnn . . . holaluy is dancing' . . . favors Janet Leigh and
French . . . 6-inch snow higgest thrill . . . "Live and
let live" . . . tiukers with hoat engines . . . friendly
philosopher . . . 2452 Greenmount Ave.
JOHN GRIFFIN: Academic . . . St. Hernadine
. . . "Grif" was a CSMC man 1, Z, 5, -l . . . science
club -l . . . varsity basketball . . . 'K-Xt ease" . . . biggest
thrill was watching football team beat l.oyo1a 52-ll . . .
5310 XYendley Rd .... EDWARD A. HALL: Aca-
demic . , . Star of the Sea . . . "lid" was a member of
the CSMC 1, Z . . , Mount Radio Club -l . . . radio
ham station VVNSYGM . . . looks toward Loyola fol-
lege and medical school . . , 1423 llattery Ave. . . .
DONALD G. HAND: Academic . . . "Greg" . . .
Kappa Chi and the Rykcn Club . . . resident basketball
1, 2, 5, -l . . . varsity track 3, -l . . . senior class com-
mittee . , . favors lioston Celtics and Ava Gardner
. , , CSMC 1, 2, 3, -l . . . Manhasset. New York.
MICHAEL E. HASKE: General . . . 'fMike" . . .
Ryken Club 1, 2 , , . Kappa Chi 3, -l . . . favors steak
and Redskins . . . "You you you" . . . "l'll see you"
. . . drafting rates high . . . biggest thrill was gradua-
tion , . . Viiashington, D, C .... PHILIP M. HAYES:
Academic . . . St. Marks . . . "Bird" was four year
USMC man . . . member of the Theta Phi . . . goes for
Rivers Chambers and baseball . . . one of the Heisey
mob . . , biggest thrill was passing .,.. 3 808 Gelstou
llrive . . . ROBERT J. HEARD: Academic . . .
St. l5ernardfne's . . . "Herb" likes Glenn Miller, Doris
Day and spaghetti . . . enjoyed the Senior Prom . . .
goes for baseball and chem . . . favorite team is Rell
Sox , , . CSMC' 1, 2, 3, -1 . . . 1123 Kavin Rd.
DONALD F. HEINLEIN: Academic . . . Our l.aCly
of Victory . . . varsity soccer -l , . . mad about chem
labs, madder in them . . . goes for basketball and groan-
ing in class . , . rates holidays as top thrill . . . 4200
Kensington Rd .... DANIEL J. HEISEY: Academic
. . . St. l3ernardine's , , . "Bird" was varsity swimmer
2. 3 . . . CSMC 1, 2, 3, -l . . , senior dance committee
. . . Theta Phi member . . , "Yon're without a doubt"
, . . favors Glenn Miller, Audrey lrlepburn, and swim-
ming , . . 39118 Edmondson .Xve .... WILLIAM J.
HERR: Academic . . . St. liernardines . . . "Hill"
was CSMC man . . . aside from girls "Will" likes
hamlmrgers. Debbie Reynolds, and ,lohn Moran . . .
"'l'ill Then" .... 3 717 Wiooflridge Rd.
HOWARD J. HICKMAN: Academic . . . St. Ilene-
dict's . . . "Hiek" prefers Maryland, Marilyn Monroe.
and spaghetti and meatballs . . . truck owner . . . always
humming paper from the "Klick" . , . "Just one" . . .
-ll-l S. llentalou . . . GEORGE C. HOCK: Academic
. . . St, Anthony . . . "Curly" and his "Dirty ol' Hot
Rod" . . . prefers Marilyn Monroe and Harley's sand-
wiches . . . "Hows your mother-in-law?" . . , passing
was biggest thrill . , . girls are favorites . . . -11132
Helwooil .Xve .... JOHN T. HOLT: General . . .
Ascension . . , USMC 1, 2, 3, -l . . . football 2 . . .
his biggest thrill was seeing St. ,loc win Catholic Foot-
ball Title in '53 . . , favors Notre Dame, physics and
Marilyn Monroe . . . -150 Maple Ave.
CHARLES HORNER: General . . . Shrine of the
l,ittle lflower . . . USMC 1, 2. 3, -l . . . crazy about ice
hoclfey,?vlarylanrl and southern fried Chicken . . . biggest
thrills were junior prom and All-Maryland j.v. center
in '52-'53 season . . . 3-130 Raymond Ave .... DONALD
C. HOUCHEN: Business English . . . St, Marys
.NCSMC 1,2,3,-l..."Hatc1i"... soccer 1, 2 . ..
craves sports, and Terry Moore . . . "Daddy" . . , got
kick out of making first honors . . . pork chops are tops
with him . . . 1722 Light St .... JOSEPH F. HUBER:
Academic . . . Holy Cross . . . CSMC 1, Z, 3, -l . . .
football 1, 2, 3, -l . . . prefers Sally Forest. Ray Anthony,
and lillsbury . . . "lstanbul" . . . leans toward ham-
burgers, photography and football . . , "Yeaa'l . . . 19 XY.
REQUEST NUMBER-Just one of the many request numbers on Senior
Prom Night that had mature Seniors and their dates wishing such
nights were just a little longer.
PURPLE AND CREAM
CHARLES W. IAMPIERI: General . . . Monastery
. . . CSMC l, Z. 3, 4 . . . yearbook rep. 1, Z . . . prefers
Yaugliirs sister. "Istanbul", and candied sweet potatoes
. . . "L'n1py" can lze seen with the "Angels" . , . Mary-
land, lfarl liiostic and Marilyn Monroe . . . 58 XY.
Monastery Ave .... FRANK P. JACOBS: Business
English . . . St. Elizabeth . . . CSNC l, 2, 3, 4 . . .
junior and senior connnittce . . . "Frankie" is often seen
with P. nl. and joe Yearbook . . , biggest thrill was
seeing St. -loe beat Patterson Z5-U . . . "Blue Moon"
. . . ll N. Curley St ..., DANIEL M. JANOWIAK:
Academic . . . Holy Rosary . . . "Dan" is an amateur
photographer who likes Dixieland music . . , favorite
song' is "XYhen the Saints Come Marching ln" . . .
drools over spaghetti and meatballs . . , 302 S. Dur-
ROBERT A. JOHNSON: Business English . . .
St. lXlzn'k's . . . science club -l . . . wrestling manager
l, .Z . . . "Hob" likes girls. swimming and biology . . .
one of the ,loc Yearbook niob . . . passing freshxnan
year was biggest thrill . . . 2391 Westchester Ave. . . .
BERNARD S. KARPERS, Ir.: Academic . . . St.
.Xlyhonous . . . "Bernie" was a varsity tanknian 3, -l
. . . j.v. l, Z . . . CSMC l, Z, 3, -1 . . . likes boats,
:paghetti an'l grapes . . . biggest thrill was beating Poly
in swimming during' the '53 season . , . 9ll9 W". llarrc
St .... RAYMOND F. KEEFE: Academic . . .
St. Benedict . . . favors Marilyn Monroe. "Secret l.ove",
Rangers, and Ray Anthony . . . biggest thrill was being
on first second line in hockey to score for St. Joe in
2 years . . . 2403 Christian St.
POPULAR TRADITION-School's small chapel is dwarfed by seniors as they
jam pews for the growing popular First Friday Mass. A similar event
occurred on the occasion of the Student Retreat.
CLASS OF l954
JAMES J. KERNAN: Business . . . St. Edwards
. . . "Jim" . . . names liarl liostie as favorite band and
baseball as top sport . . . senior prom and graduation
ball were biggest thrills . . , great guy to know . . .
1.305 Longwood St ,... RICHARD J. KINLEIN:
Academic . . . St. Marks . . . feature editor of the
Quill . , . Mount Tower staff 4 . . . -l year track man
. . . science club 4 . . . senior committee . . . biggest
thrill was winning -l-10 run in '53 NSA . . . .256 Glen-
more Ave .... HARRY L. KIRTLEY: Academic
. . . track 2 . . . Kappa Chi 3, -l . . . CSMC man
. . . Jane Powell, Glenn Miller, steak. baseball and
boating are tops . . . "lt's a gotten" . . . resident radio
club 3 . . . Charlestown, West Virginia.
GUY C. KLANK: Academic . . . St. Ambrose . . .
Guy was a member of Kappa Chi 3 . . . varsity swimmer
3. 4 . . . varsity track 4 . . . varsity lacrosse 2 . . .
biggest thrill was graduation . . . looking forward to
Loyola College . . . l.andover Rd., Landover, Md. . . .
RAYMOND J. KLIMOVITZ: Academic . . . St.
Dominie's . . . CSMC 1, 2, 3, -l . . . science elub -1
. . . "Da Dlieku favors XYoody Herman, lflaine Stewart.
steak, and the Chem lab . . . gets a lift out of Brother
Aquinas' English class . . . 11410 Sefton Ave. . . .
JOSEPH G. KLINGMEYER: Academic . . . St.
Peter . . . "Joe" was managing editor of the Quill 4
. , . one of the Southwest Baltimore boys . . . goes for ,-
all those hot saxes . . . likes bowling and mashed
potatoes . . . most modest . . . lZOZ James St.
FRANCIS E. KOZEL: General . . . St. We-neeslans
. . . "Frank" likes that girl from Mercy . . . varsity
basketball 2, 3, 4 D. . . varsity football.2, 3, -l . . . lumor
and senior committee . . . -lanet Leigh . . . 52-0 win
over Loyola was biggest thrill . . . football and lfnglish
are tops . . . 921 N. Bradford St .... STEPHEN M.
KRAMER: Commercial . , . l-l Holy Martyrs . . .
"Steven was a member of both senior and junior activ-
ities committees . . . Seton jam sessions, and softball
rate high . . . that first pep rally . . . 1520 McHenry
St .,.. EDWARD J. LAUTTMAN, Jr.: General
. . . St. Anthony . . . "Snooky" . . . favors Rita Hay-
worth and pizza pies . . . "I'll never tell, l'in no sqnealeru
. . . good natured . . . class basketball team 2 , . .
hobby is building boats . . . 5115 Crosswood St.
KENNETH G. LEE: Scientilic Academic . . . St.
Katherine . . . USMC l, 2, 3, 4 . , . band l, 2, 3, -l
. . . hockey l, 2, 3, 4 . . . leans toward Janet Leigh
and whipped cream . . . prefers women, motors, and
A'Secret Love" , . . "Solid Dad" . . . l3ll lfllwood Ave,
. , . JOHN R. LINDNER: Commercial . . . St.
Benedict's . . . "Ron" . . . favors Notre Dame, french
fries, English and lfarl Bostic . . . big business man
. . . track 3 . . . CSMC l, 2 . . . lfset 'em up Joe"
. . . 1020 Inverness Ave .... RONALD LINDNER:
General . . . St. Jerome . . . "Ronny" , . . CSMC . . .
lists among his favorites those German sessions and
"Dinklehofen's Dcutshen Behr" . . . football l . . .
baseball and "l Relieve" . . . usually seen with Joe
lillngmeyer . . . H34 Cilyndon Ave.
HARRY V. LINHARD: Academic . . . St. Marys
. . . CSMC . . . "Harry" . . . swings to Ray Anthony's
orchestra and "XYhen the Saints Cio lXlarching In" , . .
lflaine Stewart . , . biggest thrill was getting holidays
. . . 513 Chatear Ave .... WILLIAM G. LOTZ:
"Joe" lists 'fSquares" and Ralph Flannagan as favorites
. . . real yearbook booster . . . prefers Seton and The
Institute . . . 191-l Kernan Drive.
RICHARD S. LUDLAM: General . . . Kappa Chi
2, 3, -l . . . Ray Anthony and Elizabeth Taylor . . .
"Ruby" . . . CSMC man . . . resident footballer 4 . .
track man 3 . . . "lt's enough to gag a maggotn . . .
southern fried chicken , . . Ocean City, Maryland , . .
DENNIS J. MCGUIRE: Academic . . . "Mae" was
varsity lzasketballer 2, 3, 4 . . . varsity football 3 . . .
senfor activities committee . . . likes Italian food and
Xlaryland . . . biggest thrill was winning' the basketball
title in '53 . . . 2003 Swansea Rd .... WILLIAM C.
MCKENNA: Academic . , . St. Mark's . , . "Bill"
. . . basketball l, 2, 3, 4 . . . football l, 2, 3 . . . likes
' Doris Day and "Yon Alone" . . . ham cabbage . . .
USMC l, 2, 3, -l . . . senior dance committee . . . 202
, JAMES J. MCNERNEY: Academic . . , St. Marys
l Clovans . . . swimming l, 2 . . . bowling 3 . . . "Mach
N favors Notre Dame, steak and Doris Day . . . CSMC
I l, 2, 3, 4 . . . also a lloly Name member . . . "ain't
bad" . . . 6014 York Rd .... JOHN G. MCTERNAN:
General . . , radio bug . . , president of radio club -l
. . . "Mack" . , . Kappa Chi 2, 3, -l . . . rates Doris
l Day and Maryland favorites . . . "You You You" . . .
' "Knoe1 it off" , . . Glenn Miller . . . Ocean City, Mary-
land . . . CHARLES J. MAENNER: Academic . . .
3 rg St. Mary's Govans . . . "Buck" is a member of the
Q ' Govans Ravens . . . CSMC l, 2, 3, 4 . . . leans toward
" his Uv., ' Q Marilyn Monroe and biology . . . "Rags to Riches" . . .
1 ,E 43 i... - - - .
Q as, "L 2 M 2 5, biggest thrill was passing . . . Glo Glenwood Ave.
Academic . . . St. Anthony . . . "XYill" likes to listen
to the radio and "Ebb Tide" . . , favorites include lireneh,
solid geometry, anfl Joanne Dru . . , member of ell? mob
. . . 4812 Sunbrook Ave .... JOSEPH D. LUCAS:
Business English . . . St. Agnes . . . USMC l, 2, 3, 4 l
. . . track 3 . . . cross country -l . . , lacrosse l . . .
football l . . . soccer 2 . . . Alt. Tower Staff 4 . . .
FRANCIS H. MARTEL: Business English . . .
St. Marys Star of the Sea . . . "Frank" . . . CSMC
1. Z, 3, -1 . . . veteran of baseball and soccer teams
. . , lixes the music of Stan Kenton . . . "Dixie" . . .
Theta l'hi . . . 1317 Patapsco St ..,. JOSEPH A.
MASCARI: Academic . , . St, lflizabeth . . . "Joe"
. . . favors the Orioles, lletty Davis, and Glenn Miller
. . , cross country 1, 2 . . , track 3, 4 . . . after he
makes his last million he will give a huge sum to the
school poor students named Rlascari . . . S N. Luzerne
:Xve ..., CHARLES M. MATHEWS: Academic
. . . Star of the Sea . . . "Hows 'bout dat" . . . 'tBuc1"
thinks Teresa lirewer and Eileen liarton are tops . . .
great clock watcher . . . loves hamburgers and the
Terps of Maryland . . . 18411 Light St,
LAWRENCE L. MECKEL: Academic . . . St.
Anthony . . . USMC 1. 2, 3, -1 . . . "Mec" likes to play
poker and shoot pool . . . "Just be der" . . . number 15
transit . . . Jane Russell ian . . . likes the Terps . . .
5-123 llaywalt Ave .... DONALD E. MERRICK:
Academic . . . St. Marks . . . "Dons" biggest thrill
was seeing the new gym . . . "Youre right" . . .
Glenn Miller, Doris Day, baseball, and French . . .
Zeta lita Zheta man . . . 1329 Ridge Rd .... JOHN
R. METZLER: Academic . . . St. Rita . , . CSMC
1, Z, 3, -1 . . . "Kookie" rates fried chicken and physics
. . . partial to Jane 1Vyman and Conan Doyle . . .
seeing' St. -loe beat Patterson in '53 biggest thrill . . .
a Trinity ltrom man . . . 12 Flagship Rd.
JOSEPH J. MILDENBERGER: Academic . . .
Star of the Sea . . . "Crazy hair" . . . CSMC 1, Z, 3, 4
. . . usually seen with Joe Huber and Ed Neal . . .
favorites include Monte Kelly, Ann lllyth, Spanish, and
ravioli , . . 17-11 Light St .... CHARLES B. MIL-
LER: Business English . . . St. Elizabeth . . . "Ruta"
was a USMC man . . . cross country 1,7 2 . . . ice
hockey 1, 2 . . . cheerleader 3, -1 . . . likes Stan Kenton.
bookkeeping, and the Orioles . . . a Marilyn Monroe
ian . . , those football pep rallies . . . 1109 liroening
Highway . , . JOSEPH W. MILLER: Academic
. , . Our Lady of Lourdes . . . Gamma Sigma . . .
CSRIC 2, 3. -1 . . . ice hockey Z, 3, -1, captain -1 . . .
has TSTC down pat . . . "lJaa-de-oh" . . . Ray :Xnthony
and Yanessa lirown . . . "Your Cheating Heart" . . .
3-NIU Edgewood Rd.
JULIAN S. MISOTTI: Business English . . .
Sacred Heart . . . "Jul" was member of junior and
senior committees . . . CSMC1 1, Z, 3, -1 . . . Mounties
and Gaels football 1, Z . . . leans toward Ava Gardner
and Colts . . . "Little XYhite Lies" . , . 425 fiusryan
St. . . , WAYNE L. MORRISON: Academic . , .
,Xll Saints . , , USMC 1. 2, 3. -1. . , goes for Jolie . . .
baseball Z, 3 . . . varsity -1 . . . varsity howling -1 . . .
"Holy Cow" . . . "Lucky" rates June .Xllyson and
Spanish . . . 'l'ri11ity Prom man .... 3 010 Milford .-Xve.
, . . JOHN CARROLL MUELLER: Academic . . .
St. Blark's . . . CSHC inau , , . football, basketball
and baseball . . . cheerleader Z, 3, -1 . . . likes Doris
llay, girls and turkey . . . biggest thrill graduation . . .
filenn Miller tan . . . 210 Paradise Ave.
FERDINAND M. MUFFOLETTO: Business
English . . , St. ,lohn's the Evangelist . . . junior com-
mitteeman and riding HTC complete activities . . .
"Yon're terrific" . . . favors religion, Shakespeare, and
girls . . . spaghetti and meatballs . . , graduation biggest
thrill . . . 1215 1i1'CCl1lI101ll11 .-Xve .... MICHAEL
MUGLER: Academic . . . St. Mary . . . radio en-
thusiast , . , cross country and track 2 . , . gun col-
l Ctol' Kai Ja Chi 3 -l "Mu "' favors the Yankees
e ell t, ,..-g . . ,
and Judy Garland , . , plans to be an electrical engineer
, . . Phoelius, Virginia . . . THOMAS F. MURPHY:
Business . . . Monastery . . . Tom's favorite is foot-
ball . . . the Colts in particular . . . rates Billy May
and Marilyn Nlonroe as tops . . . claims biggest thrill
was graduation . . . -1229 Old Frederick Rd.
SURROUNDED!-That might well explain the enviable position of the year:
book top salesman, Joe Lucas, as the camera finds him flanked by
two pretty dates whose escorts seem to be enjoying the spotlight.
PURPLE AND CREAM
CHARLES E. NASON2 Academic . . . St. Gregory
. , . "Bud" is Crazy about baseball, plays for NKY.
Optimist . . . clocution contest 2 . . . football l . . .
aided in toy drive . . , favors both the Orioles and the
Yankees . . . -1007 Patterson Ave .... EDWARD R.
NEAL: Academic . . . Star of the Sea . . . "fins"
. . , varsity bowler -1 . . . j.v. 3 . . . CSMC l. 2, 3. 4
. . . favors Ray .-Xnthony, jane Xyylllilll and footlall are
tops . . . f'.fXll Bull" . . . 421 li. Fort Ave. . . . GEORGE
W. NELLIES: Academic . . . Sacred Heart . . .
CSMC l, 2, 3, 4 . . . druni major . . . eloeution, oratory,
and debate veteran . . . "That boys got talent" , . .
votes Fred Waring, Chemistry, and Catholic High tops
. . . great guy to those who know hiin . . . college
bound .... 3 721 Forster Ave.
PHILIP F. NEUMANN: Academic . . . St. Charles
Rorrenieo . . . real hot rod with a tractor . . , Dehorali
Kerr and "I Relieve" . . . leans toward Penn State after
graduation . . . "Rich get richer and the poor get
poorer" . . . liecleston, Md .... JOSEPH H.
NICHOLS: Academic . . . St. -loseplfs Monastery
. . . CSMC man . . . football l, 2, 3, 4 . . . favorites are
Debbie Reynolds, pool, Billy May, and pizza pie . . ,
Nick's quote, "VYho's got a cigarette?" . . . One of those
lrvington boys . . . 249 S. Loudon Ave .... EUGENE
C. NIEBERLEIN: Academic . . . St. .loseplfs Mon-
astery . . . "Gene" was varsity football and basketball
l, 2, 3, -1 . . . varsity baseball 3. 4 . . . likes French,
-lnne Allyson, and Pat . . biggest thrill was winning
MSA basketball title . . . 20-1 S. llilton St.
sa. L W 5 2
Qagl W . ikglel.
HONCR MAN-John Schruefer, top student and salutatorian, encouraged by
Charlie Nugent poses for a moment with his thrilled parents during
"Science Night" after hearing news of his Scholarship Award from
CLASS OF l954
CHARLES W. NUGENT: Academic . . . St. Marys
Govans . . . "Bill" . . . CSMC l, 2, 3, -l . . . loves that
green stuff, radio, and turkey . . . "VVliat the heck"
. . , favors loan Davis and Notre Dame . . . 342 Rose-
bank Ave .,.. BERNARD N. OlDONNELL: Aca-
demic . . . Shrine of the Little Flower . . . "Bern"
was a member of junior and senior activities . . . lfloen-
tion medalist 4 . . . CSNL l, Z, 3, 4 . . . business man-
ager of the Tower -l . . . goes for graduation, radio, and
football . . . "Wait a second" . . . Those baseball games
in M209 . . . l.etys have some Diiiklehofeifs Dentaelien
Behr . . . 2731 Chesterfield Ave .... SIMON R.
ODUBER: Academic . . . St, Doininieiis . . . j.v.
soccer 2 . . . varsity 3, -1 . . . favors soccer and Arnban
girls . . . a math scholar . . . likes photography . . .
'tRncly" played resident basketball 2 . . , biggest thrill
was graduation . . . Oranjestad, .eXruba.
THOMAS J. OlNEILL: General . . . St. .-Xugnstinds
"Toni" was a varsity Soceerite Z, 3 , . . leans toward
a certain TPS girl . . . steak, Maryland anfl jane
Russell . . . "Your all right" . . , a Trinity prom man
lillicott City, Md .... FRANK E. PALUMBO:
General , . . St. John the Baptist . , . can be seen with
the u.'Xllg2,'QlSU . . . "Dig ya later alligatoru . . . CSRIC
l, Z . , . Earl Bostic and Tiny Bradshaw send him
. . . ll-1 Nunnery Lane . . . CARMEN S. PAPALE:
Academic . . . Monastery . . . CSMC l, Z, S, -1 . . .
"Yap" is fond of pizza pies, Ifarl Hostic, and 'l'c-rry
Moore . . . j.v. wrestling 2 . . . l'Oh man" . . . swing?
to "After Midnight" . . . Zo Mt. Olivet Lane.
Q 1 ' K
In if 13 A, -
GEORGE D. PARR: Academic . . . St. Dominic's
. . . "lf" goes for lireneh and T N 'I Dorsey , . .
ineinber of St. lJlJI111I11C'S lloly Name . . . j.v. traek 1
. . . biggest thrill was graduation . . . "You knovv it
too" . , . 2211-1 Clorbin lid .... JOSEPH T. PASKO:
General . . . St. ,loseplrs Moiiastery . . . "Smiley" . , .
CSAIL' 1, 2, 3, -l . . . favors Polish sausage and drawing'
. . . rates Ava Gardner Zlllfl Los Angeles Rains tops
. . . Kipling and football also comprise his pastime . . .
1.1 N. llerniee Ave .... JOSEPH B. PETERS:
General . . , St. Aug'ustine's . . . hoekey 2, 3, 4 . . .
track 1, 2 . , . lJI'tJ11l eoinniitteenian . , . "joe" is partial
to Mt. cle Sales, dancing, and sizzling' steaks . . . "Secret
Love" . . . "Oh well" . . . Doris Day, Maryland rate
high . . . 1820 N. St. Augustine Ave.
THOMAS C. PETERS: Academic . . . entered from
Dundalk High in 3rd year . . . swinnning' tea111 3, -l
. . . rates theoretical arguing as favorite oeeupation
. . . headed for Hopkins as a teaching' Career . . . 23
Broadship Ave .... CHARLES R. PFANNEN-
STIEL: Academic . . . "Ray" hopes to become a
eheinist . . . leans to steak, radio, Johnny 1.ong and
Terry Moore . . . heading' for University of Maryland
. . . CSAIL' -l . . . 218 Rosewood Ave .... JOSEPH
J. PHILIBERT: Academic . . . St. Marys Govans
. . . president Catholic Debating League 53-54 . . .
Mount Toxver 1. 2, 3 , . . lfditor -l . . . Quill Staff
1, 2, S, -1 . . . liebating, Oratory and lilocution 1, 2, 3, -1
. . . band 1, 2, 3, 4 , . . junior and senior activities coni-
niittee . . . great guy . . . 6002 Ready Ave.
PAUL J. PLANT: General . . . Mount XYashington
. . . CSNIC 1, 2 . . . "l3eakie" is partial to Notre lilanie
and dancing . . . varsity hockey 2, 3, -1 . . . "Unsung
Hero" in '53 . . . favors Boston Bruins and Terry
Moore . , . Varsity lacrosse 1, 2 . . . 90-1 Vilindsa Rd.
. . . BENEDICT A. POPERA: Academic . . . St.
Casinir . . . "Pops" hobbies are tropical tish and radio
. . . radio elnb 4 . . . seienee Club president 4 . . .
Mount Toxver staff 3, -l . . . USMC l, 2, 3, ll . . .
swings to Ray Anthony , , . 702 Curley St. . . .
THOMAS L. RALSTON: General . . . St. joseplfs
Monastery . . . CSIXIC 1, 2, 3, -l . . . eross eountry 1
. . . "Aloe" enjoys Guy l.on1bardo anil Arlene llahl . . .
"VVl1o's got the l1Ol11CXYU1'l'i?il . . . favors drawing' and
sxviinniing . . . "Oh My Papa" . . . -1017 Frederick Ave.
CHARLES P. REICHENBERG: Academic . . .
St. l3enedirt's . . . "Pab1o's" biggest thrill was playing a
trumpet solo at the Spring Rand Concert . . . band
1, 2, 3, -1 . . . orehestra 2, 3 . . . senior activities . . .
CSIXIC 1, 2. 3, -l . , . 2231 XYilkins Ave .... FELIX
REKUS: Academic . . . St. Peter's the Apostle . . .
j.v. traek 2 . . , "Crazy mixed up little kids" . . .
favors chemistry, Maryland, and 1.ithua11ian sausage . . .
1'l1otog'rapl1y and llishop Sheen hold his interest . . .
823 llollins St .... PATRICK A. RENEHAN: Aca-
demic , . , Kappa Chi 3, 4 . . . President 4 . . . band
1, 2, 3 . . . Chairman of Senior Dance Conunittee . . .
lacrosse 2 . . . "How about that?" . . . Ray Anthony
. . . cross eountry 1 . . . 'ATO be Alone" , . . resident
footballer 4 . . . Notre llanie fan . . . Skyesville, Aid.
CLAYTON H. REOTT: Academic . . . St, lJO1ll1l11C'S
. . . CSRIC 1, 2, 3, -1 . . . "Buddy" craves steak and
onions, Terry Moore, Ray Anthony, and "You're Fool-
ing SIJIIICUIICH , . . lfolloxvs girls and football . . , 2908
Halcyon Ave ..., ROBERT G. ROBERTS: Aca-
demic . . . St. Rita's . . . varsity fullbaek 3, 4 . . .
made Sun and News-Post all-star squads . . . A1l-C'atl1-
olie and All-lialtiniore teams . . . biggest tl1rill was
making' 1110 yard touchdown ru11 i11 '53 Loyola game . . .
930 Grove Ave .... LEO V. ROMEO: Academic
. . . St. Miehael's . . . fliairinan of Senior Coinmittee
. . . varsity cross eountry 3, -1 . . , 'A1'hat're you doing,
huh?" . . . French fan . . . rates cross country award
as biggest thrill . . . prefers "Stranger in Paradise"
. . , Nice guy to knoxv . , . 2020 li. Pratt St.
RONALD J. ROTTMAN: General . . . 14 lloly
Martyrs . . . varsity swimming 4 . . . "Clit off my back"
lea ' ' ' V ' 'i 'Q 'mt frir - 'len
ns toward Dellonalrts, . 1 td thict . . ,
prom was biggest thrill . . . "Oh My Papa" . . . "Sleep"
. . . favors football, Colts and geometry . , . 116 S.
Mount St .... JOHN B. RUSSELL: General . . .
St. Mark's . . . "Russ" was cinderman 1, Z, 3, -1 . . .
aims for U. of M .... his biggest thrill was winning' the
best runner award on the cross country team . . .
2130 Old Frederick lid .... ALBERT J. RYKIEL:
Academic . . . Sacred Heart . . . 'lSox" is a Cool cat
. . . fav
1, 2 . .
ors lfarl Bostic and ltalian food . . . dramatics
. Maryland bound . . . "'l'he most to say the
. . 600 S. Clinton St.
RONALD W. SACKER: Academic . . . St. Patrick's
. . . CSMC 1, Z . . . track 3, 4 . . . wrestling 3 . . .
"Ron" goes for chemistry and fried liver . . . biggest
thrill was seeing the Gaels whip Patterson 25-0 . . .
531 South Ann . . . JOHN J. SADLER: General
. . . St. lflizabetlrs . . . "Jack" favors liarl Bostic,
Jane Russell, football and geometry . . . "l'm not always
right but l'm never wrong" . . , Uncle Louie and
"Stranger in Paradise" . . . 131 N. Potomac St. . . .
HERBERTO I. SALAS: Academic . . . CSML'
' 'en ' 1 Kama Chi club v'u's'tv
1, 2, 3,-l..,lxyk ant .111 1,1-
soccer 1, Z, 3, 4 . . . writes to that girl in Venezuela
. . . chemistry and NYliite Sox rate high .... Xpartado
1607. Caracas. Venezuela.
WILLIAM E. SAXON: Academic . . . Blessed
Sacrament . . . CSMC nian . . . "Sax" favors boats
and rods, Bill Haley, "l'l1 Ile 'llrue To You" . . . tops
spots are football, 49'ers, french fries and French . , .
652 li. 35th St .... RICHARD F. SCI-IMITT: Aca-
demic . . . Sacred Heart of Jesus . . . CSMC man . . .
basketball 1, 2 . . . 'fSmitty" lists tiuy Lombardo, Janet
Leigh, and basketball as favorites . . . "l.et's go home"
. . . enjoys German . . . "Oh My Papa" . , . 11736 Rail-
way Ave .... EDWIN P. SCHREIER: Academic
. . . resident eager and footballer . . . Kappa Chi 3, -1
. . . "flow about that" . . . 'AStardust" . . . football 3
. . . favors biology and water sports . . . shrimp . . .
Maryland, french fries are tops . . . tflieyy Chase. Md.
. . . boy
. . . 1151
. . . SXY
J. SCHNEIDER: Commercial . . . Monastery
vling, girls, and the Yankees rate high with l'. J.
tally seen with Frank Jacobs and Joe Yearbook
oous over Terry Moore and "Secret lore" . . .
"Oh pain" . . . -1203 lfuclid Ave .... RONALD C.
SCI-IOEPFLIN: Academic . . . Sacred Heart of
. . 'lShef" rates football, Maryland and "Star-
. . cub basketball 1 . . . track Z . . . '53 Patter-
ue . . . spends spare time fishing and listening
ny Lo'iQ . . . 714 S. Ponca St ..., DANIEL S.
EIDER: Academic . . . St. Martiifs . . .
1, Z. 3, -1 , . , Quill staff 3, 4 . . . Spot-t's Editor -1
s German and Catholic lflieh . , . Mount lower
. . . "You're for the birds" . . . chief dislike is
Hall . . . Trinity Prom man . . . 9 S. Payson St.
J. SCHRUEFER: Academic . . . St. James
Schreufu was top scholar of graduation class . . .
1, 2, 3, -1 . . . science club -1 , . . radio club 4 . . .
lean Simmons fan . . . biggest thrill was seeing Gaels
y 0-0 in football . , . 1521 llolbrook St. . . ,
ROBERT L. SCHUMAN5 Academic . . . Luke
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thrill Vwas graduation . . . "Buy, me a car, dad"
liast St., Sparrows Point . . . JOHN P. SHEA:
Business English , , , lilessetl Sacrament . . . CSMC
f an and spaehe ' . sfo kick out of
seeing Gaels beat Southern for the basketball title . . .
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FRANCIS M. SKARUPA: Academic . . . St Stains
lzius . . . USMC 1, Z, 3, 4 . . . junior and senior clancc
committee . . . j.v. football l, 2, 3 . . . bzmsemall 1
. . . cross country -l . . , "Holy Smoke" . . l'1XOls
llullgts zincl Billy May . . . graduation was big5,tst tlnill
. . . 226 S, VYz1sl1ingtou St .... GERALD A
SLEATER: Academic . . . St. Mz1ry's Gm
member of science and raclio clubs . . . seniol Clll1CL
coninnttee . . . early bird . . . that '50 tie with Pittcison
. . . claily climb to the rosary . . . Z1 real "hzun'
Notlicrn PZll'liXX'Zl3' . . . EDWARD SLUNT Aca
demic . . . l.ittle Flower . . . j.v. cross country 3
track Z . . . CSAIL' 1, Z, 3, -1 . . . "lid" was sccrctarx
of Science Club . . , lists Boston Pops and XY. Sarovan
as favorites . . . prefers clieinistry . , . 3221 Cliftniont
CHARLES R. SMITH: Academic . . . Saciecl Hecut
Smitty" was at track and cross country 1
orchestra l, Z . . . band 1, 2, 3 . . . favorites inelucle
1 lc-nn Miller, l?l'L'11Cll ancl basketbzlll . . . CSMC 1 7
724 S, Olclbain St .... RICHARD I SNIA
DACH: Academic . . . St. Patrick's . . . HRici
uuniber of USMC 1, 2, 3, -1 . . . science club 4
future research clieniist . . . Ulleggers can't be Clioosy
favors ice crezun, friecl chicken and Jack london
S. Ann St .... JOHN C. SPENCE Aca
demic . . . St. liernarcline's . . . "jack" likes to male
friends . . . tlirillecl by being voted Proxy of CSML
Mount Tower 1, 2 . . . roast beef anrl algebra
football 1 . . , 613 Cirantly St.
GONZALO G. SUAREZ: Academic . . . Vista
Allegre , . . "Pom-Pom" . . . member of Kappa Chi
3, 4 . . . lists steak, Betty Grable and girls as tops . . .
biggest thrill was graduation . . . 'fthe 'l'unnell" likes
French and baseball . . . those second year geometry
classes . . . Santiago, De Cuba . , . JOSEPH D. SUL-
LIVAN: Academic . . . "Sully" was Kappa Chi man
3, 4 . . . cross country 3 . . . resident hoopster 3. 4
. . . favors turkey and chemistry . . , Ray Anthony . . .
"Off Shore" . . . likes Elaine Stewart and the Red-
skins . . . N.12. wasiiiugton, D. C .... THOMAS P.
SULLIVAN: Academic . . . St. VVilliams . . . "Tom"
is one of the Catonsville crew . . . President of St.
XVilliam's Social Club . . . likes IND, Shakespeare and
the Rezl Sox . . . 513 Wiestgate Ave.
GILES C. SYDNOR: Academic . . . Immaculate
Conception . . . entered the Mount as a junior . . .
"Holy macklelu . . . "Buck" prefers Rivers Chambers
and trigonometry . . . varsity swimming team 3, 4 , . .
CSMC 3, 4 . . . junior prom committee . . . 619 Steven-
son Lane . . . ROBERT S. TAVIK: Commercial
. . . St. lflizabeth . . . "Bob" is an easy going Highland-
town boy . . . goes for Maryland, Terry Moore, and
typing . . . biggest thrill was graduation ball . . . "Don't
know do you?" . . . 532 N. Potamac St .... BERNARD
J. TRIBULL: Commercial . . . Sacred Heart . . .
varsity soccer Z, 3, 4 . . . bowling 2 . . . CSMC 1, 2, 3. 4
. . . favors Seton, "Secret Love" and Maryland . . .
"Counts" . . , biggest thrill was scoring a goal against
Patterson varsity '51 . . . 807 S. 12-ouldin St.
RICHARD V. TUREK: General . . . St. VVenceslaus
. . . "Lefty" cavorted with the cub basketball and base-
ball teams . . . favors cars and the Colts . . . "Because
of You" . . . biggest thrill was graduation . . . 936 N.
Bradford St ..,. JOHN S. TURNER: Academic
. . . St. Marys tiovans . . . likes working at the N. ,I.
race track . . . roast beef . . . "We'11 are yon?" . . .
Kappa Chi 3, 4 . . . track Z . . . science club 4 . . .
"Dolores" and Glenn Miller rate high . . . those crazy
ASKTU meetings . . , lo Southfield Place . . . FRANK
W. URBANOWSKI: Academic . . . St. Patrick's
. . . "Urb" hopes to become a chemical engineer . . .
"Gad" . . . favors Boston Pops, chemistry, and French
. . . optimist . . . entered St. joe from Xaverian junior-
ate . , . goes for girls.
MARION S. VETRI: Academic . . . St. Cleinenfs
. . . CSMC 4 . . . football 2, 3 . . . "Sam" goes for Dot
in a big way . . . thrives on pizza . . . favors chemistry
and "1 Believe" . . . lists graduation as biggest thrill
. . . 1011 Spangler VYay . . . JOSEPH S. VICINI:
Academic . . . St. Ritgz. . ."joe" loves spaghetti and
meatballs . . . senior committee member .... ' 'Xir Na-
tional Guard . . . hopes to become a jet pilot . . .
names girls as his hobby . . . 3003 Dumbrin Rd. . . .
WILLIAM C. WALTER: Academic . . . "Bill"
favors German and strumming on the ukelele . . .
swoons to the music of Hugo NYinterha1ter and the
"Velvet Glove" , , . CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . "You idiot"
. . . 7907 Highgate Drive.
GARRY M. WALTON: Academic . . . St. 1Jominic's
. . . "Nig Walt" thinks Terry Moore is the greatest
. . . CSMC 1, 2, 3. 4 . . . potatoes . . . 2804 Louise Ave.
. , . VICTOR J .WARNER: Academic . . . St.
lfdxvard's . . . cross country 1, 2 . . . varsity 3, 4 . . .
"Bo" likes Glenn Miller and spaghetti and meatballs . , .
"Blue Moon" . . . biggest thrill was going to junior
prom . . . 1.24 N, Mt. Olivet Lane . . . FRANCIS J.
WASIUK: Academic . . . St. Marks . . . l'Frank"
is a Mountman by way of Forest Park . . . varsity foot-
ball Z, 3 . . . varsity ice hockey 2, 3, 4 . . . likes pool,
pizza pies . . . biggest thrill was French . . . 30 S.
JAMES R. WELSH: General . . . St. Elizabeth . . .
football, Maryland, and Doris Day rate high with
"Jimmy" . . . active in the junior and senior dance
eonnnittees . . . "Secret Love" . . . varsity wrestling
2, 3 . . . 410 N. Kenwood Ave .... RONALD WHITE-
HURST: General . . . St. Marys Govans . . . base-
ball, basketball and football 1, Z . . . varsity baseball
3, 4 . . . "Don't play the role" . . . resident of Govans
, . , likes 1.N.D. and Guy Lombardo . . . S24 Harwood
Ave .... JOHN J. WILKINS: Business English
. . . St. Mary's Star of the Sea . . . "Wi1ky" . . .
CSMC 1 . . . enjoys raising fish and typing . . .
"You're afiiictedn . . . biggest thrill was graduation . .
favors potatoes, pancakes and Maryland.
WILLIAM A. WILSON: Academic . . . Kappa
Chi 3, 4 . . . resident hoopster 3. 4 . . . cross country 3
. . . top tennis man 4 . . . favors Ray Anthony, Ava
Gardner and typing . . . 'iliags to Riches" . . . Vlfasli-
ington, D. C .... LOUIS M. WINKELMAN, Jr.:
Academic . . . St. Agnes . . . "Lou" is a confirmed
Yankee-Dodger hater . . . baseball 2, 3, 4 . . . bowling
Z, 3, 4 . . . built real close to the ground . . . "Impress
'ein or confuse lCll1U . . . 2100 Park Place . . . STER-
LING C. WISE: Academic . . . St. Bernadine's . . .
CSMC 1, Z, 3, 4 . . . Yearbook 3. 4 . . . "Ster1" looks
forward to Mt. St. Mary's and a sa1esman's career . . .
favors Janet Leigh and Glenn Miller . . . "Hay John"
. . . favors baseball and biology . . . 5291 Garinounth Rd.
ROBERT J. WOLSKI: Academic . . . St. Elizabeth
. . . "Square Dance", goes for Marilyn Monroe, roast
beef and dumplings . . . sxvitnniing 2, varsity 3
. . . Theta l'hi . . . "Tenderly" . . . "Get off my back'l
. . . CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . 401 N. Glover St. . . .
RICHARD R. WOODHOUSE: Commercial . . .
St. JC1'0l11Cl5 . . . "NVoody" is a real cool lad . . . goes
for Buddy Johnson, English, and collecting records . , .
lacrosse 1 . . . soccer 1, 2 . . . "That is your story,
daddy?" . . . 1153 Clevelord St .... PAUL L.
WRIGHT: Academic . . . St. Leos . . . comes from
B21ltll1101'C'S own Little Italy . . . goes for Terry Moore
. . . CSMC 1, Z, 3, 4 . . . "See you later. daddy" . . .
Spanish scholar . . . favors all ltalian food . . . 315 S.
JOHN J. ZIERS: Academic .... -X ll Saints . . .
"Bear" engaged in football 1 . . . track 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .
wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . band 1, 2, 3 . . . favors weight
lifting and boxing, "Naya Con Dios" and Spanish rate
tops . . . "l'lo1y Socks" . . . "l'l1 throw you off the quarry
. . . 3613 Hillsdale Rd.
BARBER SHOP YODELING-strumming Tony
Demma leads Tom Sullivan, Bernie 0'Don:
nell and Joe Simmons in a swift chorus of
"Sweet Adeline" for Band Concert Night.
FIRST NIGHTERS-Bill Garvey, Dan Heisey, Phil
Hayes, Jake Finnegan and their attractive
dates headline the first row of this senior
party group on hand for the first dance in
the basement of the new gym.
SPIRIT PLAYS A BIG PART
IJLRING 'lllli oP1aNlNcQ wl-licks ol' school, the 1Il1il'l'l'lI1Ig music' ol' the lmancl echoes
across the lower Iielcl awakening leelings ol' anticipation in the boys as they
anxiously await the coming lootliall season. As the pep rallies arrive, the voices
of all loyal Mountmen can lie liezuxl resouncling the 'ilfour Letters" and "XX'e'1'e
lrom the Mount: we eoulrln't lie lll'0llKlCI'lU This one pluase reveals the true
spirit signifir-ant ol' Mount Saint Ioseplfs loyal vitality. 'l'l1e lrenfy ol' these
pre-game pep rallies moves to the excitement ol' tlie game. wllere the flieering
crowd backs the Gaels to the final wliistle. A loucl anal slightly ofl key "Purple
and the Clream' elimaxes the game. It is easy to see why we are noted for
",I'lie Spirit ol' the IVIOIIIILH
POWER . . .
VARSITY SQUAD-BOTTOM ROW-Bob Roberts, Ron Benetti,
Dick Braungart, Tom Hisky, John Bridges, Ed Brent, Justin
Stass, Gene Nieherlein, Frank Kozel, John Kirby. SECOND ROW
-Ron Whitehurst, Nick Feurer, Jack Miller, Paul Figinski, Walt
Dunsmore, Jack Fitch, Al Baikauskus, Carroll Tayman, Mike
Duffy. THIRD ROW-Vic Wojcihovski fCoachj, Karl Collison,
John Huber, Don Benzing, Bernie Dukes, Howard Nichols, Frank
Wasiuk, Dick Lanham CManagerj. FOURTH ROW-Tom Kohl:
hePP, Ed Roehre, Don Grimth, Jim Kahler, Pat Riley, Joe Sava:
rino, Ron Kelly, Dick Sneeringer, Elmer Jones.
9 . . .... Gonzaga ................ . 6
0 . . .... Carter Glass ............. 14
6 . . .... Valley Forge Mil. Acad. . . . . 18
0 . . .... Poly ............... . . 0
20 . . .... City .......... . . 0
25 . . .... Patterson Park . . . . 0
32 . . .... Calvert Hall . . . . 6
52 . . .... Loyola ..... . . 0
SUBSTITUTION-Line coach, Stan Zaleski, states
the case plain and simple as he readies Frank
Batz, Fred Maisel, and Frank Novak for
the Poly clash.
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TARGET AHEAD-Big Gene Nieberlein eludes the frantic
Patterson defenders to cradle the spiraling pigskin
safety in the end zone. Final score Z5:0.
MoUN'r Ifoo'rBAL1, power again displayed itself in the
season. In compiling a 5-2-l log, the Gaels took
the Catholic Crown and third place in the M.S.A.
Opening the season, the Purple and Cream stopped
Gonzaga, 9-6, before a capacity crowd at Gibbons
Field. Carter Glass ol' Virginia and Valley Forge
Military Academy were then responsible lor the only
Poly spoiled Gael title hopes by holding the gridders
to a scoreless deadlock.
City, Patterson Park, Calvert Hall, and Loyola lell
prey to the high scoring Gael machine as the Mount
BREAK THROUGH-Jolting Jim Nliller brushes
aside feeble opponent objections as he
crashes into the end zone to score.
line, led by All-American high school guard rllO1H
Hisky, held M.S.A. opponents to six points, lowest in
Named to All-Star squads of the local papers were
Torn Hisky, John Bridges, Frank Kozel, Ed Brent,
and Bob Roberts.
Scoring highlight of the season was Bob Roberts
IOO yard return ol' the opening kickoll against Loyola.
Dick Sneeringer scored on the longest pass play which
covered Sl yards against the sanle Loyola team.
Leading scorers lor the season were Bob Roberts
and john Corcoran with 24 points each and Mike
Duffy with 18 points.
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J.V. FOOTBALL-THIRD ROW fleft to rightl-
Bill White, Mike Egan, Vince Merlo, Frank
White, Phil Hyde, Bill Clarke, Bob Bracken,
Tim Welsh, Bob Dunnigan, Lee Coyle, Mike
Renehan, Dudley Aud, Don Snyder, Hugh
Brown. SECOND ROW--B. Hilaire, Bob
Schultz, John Doherty, Dan Schaden, Fred
Nowacki, Joe Schmitt, Ted Zacharski, Ron
Campbell. George Schaefer, Don Deinlein,
Joe Skudrna, Joe Harkins, Brother Austin
CCoachJ. FIRST ROW-Hank Luber, Kirk
Woolley, Bill Thompson, Dave Alpigini, Lou
Fisher, Lou Hladky, Dick Sullivan, John
Layton, Frank Lancelotta, Frank Kelly, Ber:
nie Jones, John Lewandowski.
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of Pat Riley
as he shoos
YELL MEN-Walt Gruzs, Gil Ziemski, Mike Oles,
Bob Regula, and John Mueller courageously
led the Mount rooters at football and bas:
FOOTBALL-BACK ROW Cleft to righty-Biil Hoff:
man, Dick Kearney, Bill Rotterman, Walt Boan, Art
Childs, Tom Hisky. THIRD ROW-Brother Aquinas
tCoachJ, Ed Baikauskas, Stan Dabrowski, Jim Starr,
Jerry Vacek, Butch Hannon, Brother Luanus
QCoachj. SECOND ROW-Hank Wagner, Walt
Sikorski, Joe Bosley, George Nohe, Tom Hosza, John
Holtgrefe. FIRST ROW-George Kabus, Ron Hack:
ett, Ed Sherwood, Ron Russell, Joe Curran, Gerald
Sibiski, Dan Dean.
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SPORTSMEN ROW Qleft to rightj-Junior Varsity Soccer man Tom Bell, Junior Varsity Cross:Coun:
try Jay Arnold, Varsity Football Tom Hisky, Varsity Soccer, Rudy Oduber and Varsity Cross:
Country Dave Gilmartin in their hour of glory proudly display their sports trophies to their
SENIOR WHEELS-Joe Simmons, Charlie Darby, Ed DREAMERS-have their night of nights in the future
Dabrowski, Leroy Beck and Tony Demma with but right now they are content on having fun at
their attractive dates pause afew seconds during the Sports Dance which was held in the old
the fun in order to have their picture taken. gym.
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.'XI.'1'lIOLICiIfl Mr. -john Plevyak's booters broke precedent
and failed lor the first time in three years to capture the
M.S.A. title, they nevertheless came up with another ol'
their patented winning seasons. 'lo the lew die hard,
seasoned fans who sat or stood through these encounters
on the outer proximity ol' the Mount Campus, the season
again was a success. These soccer men ended the season
entrenched lirmly in second place behind co-champions
Poly and Patterson Park. A loss to Calvert Hall in the
linal game of the season prevented the Mount booters
lrom tying Poly and Patterson for the Crown. Led by
Goalie Leroy Beck, Halls -loe Simmons, Herb Salas.
Mario Muyale, Elias Nluyale, Ed Dabrowski, Rudy
Oduber, Gary Azzaro and Ralph Gonzales, the Purple
booters compiled a record ol' 3 wins and 2 losses. Al-
though Patterson Park again proved to be the old
nemesis as they handed St. joe their hrst defeat in M.S.t-X.
competition in two years, the men again proved that they
were the "team to beat."
SOUTH AMERICAN STEP-Mario Muyale executes
an intricate evasive feint as his brother,
Elias, readies to receive the pass.
BIG "SAVE"-Goalie, Leroy Beck goes high
in the air to stop a goalbound drive as
a Milford man throws a partial block.
FROM TOE TO TOE
WHOSE TURN? -Simon Oduber edges
close to a loose ball as a Milford
opponent comes across to intercept.
VARSITY SOCCER-THIRD ROW Qleft to rightl-
John Plevyak QCoachJ, Walt Buczkowski,
Carlos Lamadrid, Bob Lewis, Ralph Gon:
zales, Herberto Salas, Ed Dabrowski, Elias
Muyale, Bob Sher. SECOND ROW-Earl
Capp, Bernie Tribull, Tom Bell, Joe Simmons,
Don Heinlein, Charles Darby, Bob Sczul:
czewski, Joe D'0nofrio, Leroy Beck. FIRST
ROW-Gerald Azzaro, Tony Quigley, Fer:
nando Gonzalo, John Kotchenreuther, Mario
Nluyale, Lou Casacuberta, Tony Demma,
Nelson Salas, Simon Oduber.
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J.V. SOCCER-BACK ROW Cleft to rightj-John
Plevyak CCoachJ, Earl CHPP1 John Henn,
Tom McCann, Walt Buczkowski, Bob Lewis,
Dick Melody, Bill Heinrich, Jim Graves,
Harry Franzoni, Charles Sher. MIDDLE
ROW-Lou Pinheiro, Nelson Salas, Ed
McDonnell, Herman Chiriboga, Charles Cur:
rier, Tom Bell, Joe D'0nofrio, Ed Mack,
John Kotchenreuther, Bob Borkowski.
FRONT ROW-Bob Weigman, John Clark,
Tony Quigley, Bob Ichniowski, Carroll Poet:
zel, Joe Reynolds, Kenneth Hartman, Ed
TO THE RESCUE-Eli Muyale and Rudy Oduber
rush in to break up a goal shot as Leroy
Beck, goalie, gives it his personal attention.
Soeciiik sUc:e1-iss Dl-QPICNDS upon hard work. The
search for talent goes on continuously on the
white-striped goal-bound lield above Frederick
Ave. where strong Polish spirit iningles snioothlv
with excited South Ainerican technique to pro-
vide the nueeleous for winning soccer clubs.
Coach john Plevvak quietly trains the youthful
underclassnien whoin football and its followers
seein to have forgotten. XVith courageous deter-
mination unassisted bv the natural inspiration
of spectators, Mr. Plevyak works steadily with
his squad. The group dwindles, spirit asserts
itself, and soon field technique begins to develop
as new soccer stalwarts prove themselves able to
carry on the chainpionship tradition that Coach
Plevyak has helped to establish at the Mount.
ln his years as top MSA soccer coach, he has won
more than eight MSA titles, dominating the
soccer scene so decisively that opponents with
title aspirations have "pointed for" the St. Joe
fray, as the season game to win. XVC hope that
tradition will be maintained.
AND VICTDRS T0 BOOT
MSJC Milford Nliil
MSJC Catonsville ..
MSJC City .......
MSJC Park .......
MSJC Mt. St. Nlary's
MSJC Patterson . . .
MSJC Poly .......
MSJC Calvert Hall .
STAR MAKER-Veteran producer of seven
soccer championships, Coach John
Plevyak checks the record with
thrice:All:Nlaryland Star, Heriberto
CHORUS LINE - Charles Darby, Leroy
Beck, and Bernie Tribull ignore the
ball to check their footwork in this
A PUCKISH SPIRIT IS
hll'Cll l'RAISl'l and credit was owed the hard lighting
53-5-1 edition ol' the St. lloe skaters, working under dith-
eult circumstances and with very little student sup-
port. As the season wore on, the pueksters proved
their lighting spirit and will to win. This is best
exemplified by their stunning victory over Calvert
Hall, who up until then had emerged victorious in a
long string ol l5 encounters. Highlighting this victory
was the excellent skating ol' Eddie Roehre and the net
protection ol Patil Plant. Closing the season with a
record olf 3 wins and 5 deleats the skaters entered the
Harvard Cup play-oils against Calvert but were
eliminated by the league champions.
During the season, outstanding play was turned in
by Patil Plant, Eddie Roehre, Kenny Lee, Ed Ball,
Frank XVasiuk, -lack Lillliill, and Joe Miller.
PROHIBITED AREA-Puck:scarred Paul Plant deflects another flying puck to safer
sectors as Charlie Horner and Ed Roehre volunteer for the "hot" missile
STOP THIEF-Seems to be the anguished
cry of Frank Wasiuk and Frank
Amoss as a Calvert flash steals the
puck and heads for home.
St. Joe ...... 3 . . .... Forest Park . . . 4
St. Joe ...... 2 .. .... Poly ,....... 3
St. Joe ...... 1 . . .... Calvert Hall . . . 3
St. Joe ...... 3 . . .... Forest Park . . . 2
St. Joe ...... l . . . . .Loyola . . . .. 3
St. Joe ...... 3 . . .... Poly ....... . . 1
St. Joe ...... 5 . . .... Calvert Hall . . . 4
St. Joe ...... 2 ............ Loyola .... . . 3
Harvard Cup Playoff
St. Joe ...... 3 ............ Calvert Hall 8
J.V. HOCKEY-FRONT ROW Qleft to rightj-Frank
Angelozzi, Joe Ruppert, Joe Simmons, Mike
VARSITY HOCKEY-BACK ROW Qleft to righty- McDonnell, John Layton, Ray Short. BACK
Ray Keefe, Ed Ball, John Larkin, Paul Plant, ROW-Louis Gilner, Norman Ripley,
Don Cox, Frank Wasiuk, John Condon Kelly, Tom Livingston, Walt Marsiglia.
CCoachJ. FRONT ROW-Joe Peters, Joe
Miller, Ken Lee, Frank Amoss, Ed Roehre.
BASHFUL FOE - Dick
CATCH:AS:CATCH:CAN--Bill Givens gives
the '0ld:heave:ho' to a reluctant foe
as former coach, Ray Kozlowski,
gets set to cushion the shock.
WRESTLING-BACK ROW tleft to rightj-Louis
Heinricher, Jack Nlangus, William Rotter:
man, Richard Cook, John Ziers, Anthony
Andrews, Johnny Geppi tCoachj. FRONT
ROW-William Burroughs, Robert Haney,
Mike Dorn, Dan Ziolkowski, Sal Geppi, Wil:
IT'S HARD T0 KEEP A H0lD DN
R111vR1cs1iN'i'lNc: 'rm-1 Mount on the mat during the lfliel
wrestling season was a high-spit itecl lint inexperienciecl
team. Dne to last years graduation key men were lost
and Goaeh john Geppi was liorctecl to inaugurate a re-
building campaign. XVhile the grapplers as a team
were unable to register a single victory, stellar per-
i'OI'lIl21IlCCS were turned in throughout the season by
Ray Haney, Bill Givens. and llohn Ziers. These three
veteran grnnt:ancl-groan men carried the full loacl oi
the team on their shoulders with Ray Haney dropping
only one match throughout the season. Under the
excellent guidance oi Coach .Iohn Geppi, many ol' the
new members on the team received much neecled
pointers anrl Coach Geppi looks for greater things
l'rom them next season. Going into the MS.,-X. cham-
pionship Ziers and Givens were eliminated in the
semi:linals while Haney captured the 127 ponntl class
Haney skips pre:
liminaries and ap:
plies pin pressure
to force timid op:
ponent out of hid:
THE E SLIPPERY FELLOWS
'l'111c A1o11N1 s.1x1N'1' -IOSI l'll swi111n1ingtez1n1 lJl'OX'lllCLl the
greatest display ol' inclivi1l11z1l 4'll2ll1lIJlOllSlllIJ5 in MS..-X.
SXl'llllllllllg history since IEHB. .lorry lX'illiz11ns, ll lmrezlst-
strolging 'illlllU1', twice tlelezltecl i11 llllill meet l'OlllIlCll-
Lion, posted llis best ti111e i11 Lllllllllllllllg over City.
l'll'CSlllll2lll Hairy Bloom, ll great SXX'llllllllIlg sensation.
is said to be tl1e one who will lill the shoes lelt Yilfillll
by last yez11"s swininiing stznt, -lim l31':1c'ke11.
These Gaels, who weekly 1J1'z11'ti1ie1l at the K ol C
pool. linisliecl seeoncl in the Nl.S..1X. clual meet L'0lllPCCi'
tion. At Villanova U11ix'e1'sity they placed lOlll'Lll in
the National Clatl1olit' High School cill2l1lllJiOl1Sl1l1JS.
MSA TITLISTS - Carl Huffman, Larry
Burton, Gerry Williams, Harry
Bloom, proudly look to their new:
won laurels as they brush up on
their technique at the Mount's out:
SWIMMING-BACK ROW Qleft to rightj-Denis FRONT ROW- Harry Bloom, George Rott:
Kelley, Tom Wessel, Dick Blake. Mike Hop: man, Peter Robinson, Larry Burton, Mike
kins, Gerry Williams, Frank Robinson, Karl Karpers, Barclay Scott, Joe Kraus, Joe
Huffman, Giles Sydnor, Walt Hurley QCoachj. Dickey, Fred Czarra, Al Walker.
A WINNING COURT CASE
lfoia 'l'Hl-Q si-Lczomm suaiglii year, the Purple and Greani
qninlel ol' Mounl St. .Iosepli was llie K'll2llIl1DlOIl ol'
X'Vitl1 Gene Nieluerlein, Denny McGuire. and Bill
Mclienna supplying Llie height, the Gael speeclsters
ol Pal Riley, Toni liOlllllClJlJ, Flank Novak. and
Frank liofel ctontinualli Qumran LllCll' opponents lor
ln winning 20 and losing ti including l0lll'll2llllCl1lQ
play, the Gael lioopsleis Lalliecl l523 points to
Llieii' opponents HHS. Gene Nielmerlein and Denny
h'lf'Cillll'C were nznnecl on the loolfs All Star squad.
TEAM WRESTLING-Denny McGuire seems a mite disconcerted by the plague of
opponents and the missing ball as one player applies a proper arm lock.
,l il., f" nI
Faced with delending their title the Gaels opened league
play with a win over Towson Catholic. Loyola and Friends
then lell victim to the cagers as the tilt with Calvert Hall
loomed. In the Baltimore U's old gym. Calvert l-lall handed
the Mount it's only league setback, 60-49.
St. Aloe then began its streak ol winning: I5 out ol l-l
games which led to the Private and M.S..-X. titles.
Towson Catholic, Friends and Loyola were then beaten
lor the second time by the Gaels in league Competition.
Next on the agenda was Calvert l-lall which lell hard, 56--lfi
in a revengelul win for the Mount.
Gilman presented the obstacle to the Private title and the
playoll' linals, but the Roland Parkers were not enough
to stop the oncoming M.S.,-X. champs.
ln the best ol three series. the Purple and Cream ol
Mt. St. lloe easily took two straight contests liom a shorter
and inexperienced public school titlist, Patterson Park, tor
their second consecutive crown.
UTAKEOUT TECHNIQUE"-Postzseason football
enthusiasm has its moment of glory in the
basketball spotlight as Gene Nieberlein dares
to attempt a break:through.
BLIND FLYING-Seems to best de:
scribe this Gael's return from
TARGET RUN-In position on the
basket, Tom Kohlhepp gets set
to dunk it.
AIRBORNE-Frank Kozel tires from
the outside as Loyola plays a
J.V. BASKETBALL-FIRST ROW Cleft to rightj-Larry Wheeler, Butch
Hannon, Bill Poole, Red Hoffman. SECOND ROW-Brother Hil:
aire, Joe Bach, Jim Murphy, George Schaefer, John Winkler, Bill
Clark. THIRD ROW-Bob Dunnigan, Bill Coker, Tim Welsh,
John Doherty, Ed Schumacher, John Plevyak CCoachJ.
lNVI'l'lilJ 'ro the XVashington Catholic Invita-
tional 'l'ournament at College Park. the
Purple and Cream cagers coppetl filth place.
Named to the tournament all-star squad
was Gene Nieberlein, who registered 47 points
in the three games. Denny McGuire. lanky
Gael pivotman, was placed on the tournament
ln their initial tournament encounter, the
Gaels were eliminated lrom the title conten-
tion by a strong lVest Catholic team lrom
Gael scoring power was then displayed in
the semi-linal consolation game, as the Gaels
used reserves throughout the contest and went
on easily to deleat Scranton Prep. 71-48.
Benedictine ol Richmond advanced to the
consolation finals against the Mount and were
easily beaten 70-E59 by the smoothly lunction-
VARSITY BASKETBALL BACK ROW Qleft to FRONT ROW-Tom Bell, .Ioe Phebus, Jack
Flghtb Bernie 0 Donnell fNIanagerJ Bill Nliller, Elmer Jones, Bob Vaeth, Dick Cior:
McKenna Dick Sneerlnger Gene Nieberlem ski, Frank Novak, Don Benzing, Phil Neu:
WE OPPONENTS THEY
58 . . . . .Towson Catholic . . . . . . 42
43 . . . . . Poly ......... . . . 38
62 . . .... Loyola . . . . 54
57 .. .... City .............. .. 60
63 . . . . .Friends ............ . . . 57
58 . . . . .Loyola College Frosh . .. .. 67
65 . . . . .Archbishop Carroll . . . . . 46
58 . . . . .Navy Plebes ...... . . . 79
49 .. . . .Calvert Hall ..... . . . 60
54 . . .. .Hopkin's Frosh ..... . . . 53
66 . . . . . Baltimore U. Frosh . . . . . 52
63 .. ...Bainbridge Prep ,... .. 46
58 . . . . .Towson Catholic .... . . . 46
36 . . . . .Loyola College Frosh . . . . 57
62 .. . . .Loyola ............ . .. 48
69 .. ...Bainbridge Prep . . .. .. 52
63 . . . . . Friends ........... . . 50
54 . . . ...Archbishop Carroll . . . . . 47
45 ,. ...Poly .............. .. 39
56 . . . . .Calvert Hall ......... . . . 43
59 .. ...Gilman ............. . .. 45
62 . . , . .Patterson Park ........ . . . 53
62 . . .... Patterson Park .......... . . 48
60 . . .... West Catholic QPhila.j .... .. 79
71 . . . . .Scranton Prep ......... . . . 48
70 ............ Benedictine QVa.J ................ 39
I'AKE:OFF-Like the long:suffering mailman notwithstand:
ing unfavorable conditions, Pat Riley gets set to
deliver the points airmail style.
CUB BASKETBALL-FIRST ROW fleft to rightl-
George Nelson, Fred Grabau, .Iom Nlerz.
SECOND ROW-Larry Wheeler, Whitey
Ziolkowski, Norman Wilder, Brian Flannery,
Ted McQuade. THIRD ROW-Leo Decker,
Bob Arashin, John Bannon, AI Herbst, Bob
Smith, Brother Edgar QCoachJ.
GAEL BASKETBALL-FIRST ROW Qleft to rigntj X
-Paul Cummings, Wayne Ray, Milford
Ziolkowski, Robert Trcka. SECOND ROW-
Robert Hepner, Donald Snyder, Louis
Hladky, Richard Cooke. ABSENT-Alex
McCarthy, Ronald Campbell, Carroll Poet:
zel, Frank Wall, Joseph Brendel.
TENSE ACTION-Special trick lighting by the
yearbook's photography staff catches a hec:
tic moment of play under the boards in the
' ' '2i 'fs Imvllfnf
FALL SILHOUETTES-Lifelike Paul Figinski
and Bob Peterson trudging the hills in
:XI.'l'IIOl'GIl 'rinn' were not champions, the Gael speeclsters
made a good showing in MB.,-X. competition.
At College Park, the Purple eintlermen took a thirml
place, hehincl the ef'l'orts ol' Don Claike, Paul Figinski.
and Bob Peterson. The Mile Relay team ol Buczkowski,
lfiginski. Cilmartin, and Clarke rompecl home aheacl in
Despite a cleleat-riclclen season among M.S..X, compe-
titors, the Gaels placed their share ol' men in the finals
at I-Iomewoocl. Duke Bracken and Don Clarke were
finalists in the century ancl 220 dashes respectively with
Clarke in both. Braeken qualified in the luroarl jump.
lfiginski and Peterson tarriecl Gael colors in the quarter.
with Peterson and Gilmartin in the hall. Cook and
Demma were high jump ancl pole vault finalists. Seifert.
Kelly and Saeker reached the finals.
The plarecl two winners in the finals helcl at
Hopkins. Don Poole won the 880 and Charlie Currier
ran away with the quarter. Bill Burke represented the
Mount in the shot and came back with Al Miller in
the discus. Mike Bourne, ,Toe Schmitt, ancl Roger Davis
the Fall underlies the victory hopes
TRACK TEAM-BACK ROW Cleft to rightj-Den:
nis Kelly, Walt Johnson, Bill Herberich,
Calvin Felthouse. FIFTH ROW-Joe Lally,
Frank White, Don Clarke, Tom Stegman,
John Henn, Ed Mach, Bernie Zubrowski,
Carl Debus, Tom Gary, Bob Bracken, Bill
Burke. FOURTH ROW-Al Miller, Paul
DeSalle, Ron D'0nofrio, Walsh, Leo
Decker, Charles Currier. THIRD ROW-
John Ziers, Tony Seifert, Ken Mohr, Mike
paeecl the I. V. with loyal nletermination.
Bourne, Bill Kirby, Walt Bernardzikowski,
Mike Goonan, Charles Smith, Roger Davis.
SECOND ROW-Don Poole, Joe Cook, Bob
Dillon, Gerry Williams, Joe Schmidt, Don
Potter, Clif Parry, Ron Kelly, Mr. Zaleski
QCoachj. FIRST ROW-Walt Dunsmore, Ron
Sacker, Tony Demma, Joe D'0nofrio, Paul
Figinski, Bob Peterson, John Russell, Bob
Lewis, Walter Buczkowski, Jim Merz.
IN THE CLOUDS-Tony Demma anchors
his pole in the pit and casually
vaults into the clouds as he clears
ON THE LINE-Dave Gilmartin, Bob Peter:
son, Don Clarke, and Paul Figinski
brush up on starting technique to
give the Quill photographer a little
DASHMAN-Bob Bracken heads down the
straightzaway in a practice warmup
preparatory to taking part in the
MSA championship meet.
LINKSMEN-Brother Leo Francis, Coach, poses
with the quartet of Butch Smith, John
Thomas, George Dilli, and Bob Lentz, who
carry the Gael colors on the green.
Ir 1nc'1'l-:RMINA'rloN and will mean anything, St. Alot-'s goll
team ended the season successfully. Bob lcntf, ,john
Tlioinas, George Dilli :md Butch Smith paced the squzul
this year. l,entz, No. 1 man, was the only one ol' the five
to qualify for the MS.,-X. but he was eliminated in the
:Xlf'l'I'IR A FIVIC year absence tennis returned to the Mount
athletic program under the direction ol Ainly Mcflolgan
and Brother Edgar. Victories were scored over Mervo,
Patterson and Poly. Bill XVilson captured El majority ol'
his singles matches, while Claude Bernier. .Iohn cl1ll'lJC'l"
and Bob Hudek progressed throughout the season.
-Iayveers Ed Kucharski, Kevin Parent and Richard
Stoetzer showed promise.
TENNIS TEAM-FIRST ROW tleft to rightj-Joe Fowler,
Dick Barnickel, Dick Stoetzer, Bill Green, Joe
McQuaid, Gene Daly, Ray Short. SECOND ROW-
Brother Edgar fCoachJ, Kevin Parent, Bill Walter,
Ed Kucharski, Bill Wilson, Bob Hudek, Claude Ber:
nier, Andy NlcColgan QCoachj.
Strigle, Bob Miller, Ed
N e al, Lou Winkelman,
Wayne Nlorrison, Joe Ci:
urca, and Bill Block.
Ll-in iw 'l'Hli strikes ol' seniors Lou XVinkleman, XVayne
Morrison and Ed Neal. the Mount bowling team con-
cluded their season with a fourth place finish in the
standings. Supporting the headlighters were Bill Block,
Al Miller, -lim Strigle and lloe Cliurea.
High game for the season was a 1415 roll by Lou Yllinkle-
man in second round competition against Southern. ln
addition Lou's 3569 set against the hulldohs was the high
three game total for the Purple and Cream keglers. lid
Neal's H0 against Loyola and XVayne Morrison's
set against Patterson were Mount second highest for the
GAEL KEGLER-Lou Winkelman throws an
easy curve to eliminate an annoying 6:9
STRIKE!-Wayne Morrison lays one right be:
tween the 1:3 pins as the afternoon
battle of duckpins reaches its climax.
FROM THE BLEACHERS
limnxn 'rua s'ricAm' pitching' ol' southpaw Ron liahkoll
and the hitting ol' .Iaek Miller, who ended the season
batting' lour hundred, the Mount hinglers compiled an
8-2 record and placed second to Poly in the final league
After taking the lirst two games ol' the season they
encountered a powerful Poly team and dropped an 8-2
decision. Then. cluieklyf recoyering lrom this setback,
they heat Loyola, Gilman and Clalyert Hall in quirk sue-
eession. But once again deleat struck, this time in the
form ol' Mcllonogh who stored the decisive run on a
dropped fiy' in the ninth inning. This loss eliminated the
Mount from the M.S.A. rare as Poly ended the season
with only one loss. ln the early games, Frank Noyak
and Don Deinlein paced the hitters, while Miller was
a eonsistant sticker all year.
MOMENT OF DECISION-Tom Wessel, gives the
pitcher his concentrated attention in a de:
termined attempt to start the game with a
FAN SECTOR-Boys, Brothers, and Parents crowd
the bleachers in sight of the new gymnasium
to watch the Gaels-defending state Cham:
pions-tangle with Poly.
7... ...City ...... .. ....l
l .... Calvert Hall 0
Z... ...Poly ..... ...8
4 .... Calvert Hall 3
2... ...Loyola..... ...O
6 .... Gilman ..... 0
l ...McDonough ., 2
14 .... Forest Park ,. 0
16 ...Patterson 1
5 ...Southern .. 1
I ................ Nlervo ................... 0
BALL RETRIEVER-Jack Corcoran snakes
a wild pitch at iirst base and lands
safely to cut off a City rally.
J.V. BASEBALL-BACK ROW Cleft to rightj-Brother Luanus CCOachJ, Don Shatz,
Tim Welsh, Jack Shatz, Don Snyder, Joe Skudrna. MIDDLE ROW-George
Shaefer, Lou Hladky, George Kabus, Bill Rotterman, Andy Blasco, Joe Rolfes,
FIRST ROW-Pat Perry, Jerry Hannon, Bill Hoffman, Dan Ziolkowski, Ed
McDonnell, Bill Thompson.
The Mount junior Varsity Hnished the season
on it winning note as they trouneed Southern
9-I behind the stout pitching of Andy Blaseo.
Brother Luztnus' binglers hnished the season
with 21 three win-seven loss record. Prominent
among the hitters were XValt Malczewski, leI't
fielder, and first hzisenizin, Don Schatz, while
Lou Hlzldky and Dan Ziolkowski turned in the
other two pitching victories.
GROUND RULES - Coach John Plevyak
makes a last check on ground mark:
ers before announcing the Gael bat:
,smug Nile? . QrW'I".s3m6mrN'iW m ...M - Fw 2f'i:,we: -- 'F
FOR A CHANGE OF VIEW
WE SEE THE
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lfol: wlcliiis IlllS'Il.lNG siaxioias had been huying their tickets while Dance Conr-
initteeinen industriously endeavored to solve numerous problems concerning
decorations, lavors, and the like. Seniors had heen husy calling, dates, arranging
rides, getting measured lor tuxedos, Imuying' corsages, setting up parties in prepa-
ration lor this. the greatest ol school dances.
Those preparations were richly rewarded on Prom Night as the beautiful
gowned dates and their lorrnally attired escorts lent a touch ol wonder to the
niid-winter social in the sparkling ballroom ol' the Emerson Hotel.
FDOTLOOSE AND FANCYFREE
STAU LINE-Joe Pasko tries to warn
Chet Follin of the trying ways of
women where a man is concerned.
I N T E R M I S S I 0 N-Senior Moderator
Brother Marcellus utilizes the few
quiet moments in a gala night to
visit with Frank Wolski and his
date as Brother Hilaire autographs
Ed Brent's program.
WALTZ TIME-Carl Hamilton's 0
weaves the magic of which
are made as eyes spark wonderful
ALMA MATER-Promenade over,
tractive couples face the orchestra
determined to render the Alma
Mater in all its deserved glory.
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PARENTAL PRIDE IS
SEASON'S HIUHLIGHT-A fitting tribute to the virile Catholicity of the families who honor the
Mount is this Father:Son Communion Mass at the Cathedral where principles of faith are
practiced in sincere devotion.
ALUMNI LEADERS-Here are the
organizers behind Alumni
activities Cseatedj G. Bro:
ening, Prexy Leo Gary,
Brother Leo Francis
Cstandingj Ed Devanney
and Mark 0'Hara fmiss:
ingl Joe Paulua.
FATH ERS' CLUB EX EC:
These men are re:
sponsible for the
est created by the Fathers Club 1SeatedJ Brother Colomb re Leonard Uunzelman
Carl Bernhardt, John Bannon Frank Kelly William Beck Robert Flanners CSeatedJ
John Wiegand, Kenneth Hayes Herbert Arnold Benjamin Philibert fPrexv 541
John Jennings fprexy- 551 William Cadv Ed Wllbourne CAbsentJ James Vaeth
EXECUTIVE G L A M O R-
Mothers' Club execu:
tive board members
dominate this scene of
political and local lead:
ers at the Emerson
Hotel on the night of
the Senior Prom
Cseatedj Mrs. Phili:
bert, Mrs. Darby, Mrs.
Nellies, Mrs. Dabrow:
ski, Mrs. Duffy, Mrs.
McNerney, Mrs. Beck,
Mrs. Carson, Mrs.
Kleintank, Mrs. Arn:
old fstanding, left to
rightj Bro. Urban
Francis, Bro. Hilaire,
Mr. Nellies, Mr. Duffy,
Dr. McNerney, Mr.
Dabrowski, Bro. Mar:
cellus, Mr. Beck, Bro.
DePaul, Mr. Philibert,
Mr. Carson, Bro. Col:
ombiere, Mr. Arnold.
LAMERA TARGETS John Kotchenreuther and GLAMOR ROW-Smiles of Joe Simmons, Ed
Roehre and Tom Kohlhepp indicate proper
pride in their ladies.
The exotic lziscinzition ol' the locale kept the last
stepping .juniors uml their clates intrigued with the
very clever 'Anight lite". XVhen the twelve cfclofk
whistle blew. the fellows :mtl gals lflllillllllly left,
heaclecl lor restaurants, parties, and CYClllll?llll' perme-
THE NlUSlC'S WILD-These animated
personality gals are enjoying
every phase of the lively
"Hokey Poke" as their grin:
ning escorts Ed Roehre and
Charles Smith add a personal
endorsement of their skill.
PROMENADERS-Joe Lorenz, Mike
Gravatt, Charles Sikorsky, Al
Hiller, Don Griffith and their
smiling escorts enjoy the reward
of being last in the promenade
as the photographer proves that
the last may also be first in the
WHAT A NIGHT!!
SURPRISED-Tom Bell is pleasantly surprised
to find himself and his attractive date
in the spotlight.
SOCIALITES-The decks here at the Maryland Yacht Club are crowded with
Junior Class crew members and their dates as ship roster is checked.
PRIME MOVERS-Brothers Colombiere and
Bartholomew check Memorial plaque in
i954 MARKED 'rmc BNI: olf a long quest which started in
IQ46. This was the year that Brother Bartholomew first
began his campaign for a new gym in memory of the
Mount Alumni who gave their lives in YVorld XVar Il.
Although it was only a lar away dream, Brother kept
plugging. He organiyed fund raising campaigns and
gained the backing of important persons. Slowly the
money began to grow, but it was immediately after the
war and materials were scarce.
In 1952 Archbishop Keough broke ground and con-
struction began. Finally on January 22, 1954, the dream
of eight years was realized. The new Mount Saint
Josephs Memorial Gymnasium was dedicated.
The new gym will ollier a suitable home for the high
caliber basketball and wrestling teams produced at the
As Mountmen, young and old, look at this imposing
edifice, they can justly glow with prideg lor, without
their support. the gym would still be a pleasant dream.
A WORTHY MEMORIAL-This gym, made
possible through the spirited and gen:
erous help of parents, friends and
alumni, is a fitting tribute to the soldier
dead of Mt. St. Joe.
LJUT or 'ri-uc eleven-lnmdred students at the
Mount, 2lPl11'OXlIllHK6ly one hundred are resi-
dents. These students hail from nine states in-
cluding New York, Maryland, Pennsylvania,
New -Iersev and Virginia. Also comprising the
resident group are representatives from Five lor-
eign countries, numbered among these are
Mexico, Cuba and Venezuela.
These students iorni a distinct group, having
their own activities and diversions. They have
their own athletic program which is carried on
LIGHTER MOMENTS - H a r d
working students fstand:
ingb Tom Fullerton, Joe
McQuade and Steve Ellis
Cseatedj Kevin Parent and
Dennis Faubert enjoy one
of the Saturday Socials
that brought a welcome
break in a busy year.
"W3YHE" CALLING - G e r r y
McTernan, an experienced
sh0rt:wave enthusiast finds
time in a tight schedule to
keep up with his hobby,
in the seasonal sports. However they are urged
to take au active part in the sehool activities.
There are teams representing the residents in six-
man football, basketball, and baseball. These
teams Compete with various parish teams as well
as on an inter-selrolastie basis. For those who are
unable to play on inter-sc'holastic' squads, there
are intermural leagues.
Coupled with these excellent opportunities in
regard to physical development, there are pro-
visions to aid the residents in regard to their
spiritual development. A chapel is adjacent to
the sleeping quarters where Mass is celebrated
each morning. 'Iwo priests are on hand every
Saturday evening for Conlessions. Thus the
Mount resident is both spiritually and physically
:rx VOCALIZING-Kappa Chi's barber shop
M.. fans Bob Hudek, Bill Naughton,
Walt Johnson and Mario Muyale
'UF' M introduce their willing dates to a
null bit of smooth harmony.
null -e ,.
RESIDENT VARSITY BASKETBALL-BACK ROW Cleft to rightl-
Kirk Woolley, Joe Sullivan, Ray Gasdick, Jack Donohue, Ed
Schreier, Greg Hand, Brother John QCoachD. FRONT ROW-
Bob Hudek, Stuart Startt, Claude Bernier, Bill Naughton, Bill
0'Keefe, Tom Egan. ABSENT PLAYERS-Bill Wilson, Bill
Thompson, Buddy Bridges. MANAGERS-Mick Mugler, Joe
RESIDENT J.V. BASKETBALL-FIRST ROW Qleft to rightl-
Dominic Piquart, Joe NIcQuaid, Dan Schaden, Kevin Parent,
Richard Fitzgerald, Denis Faubert. SECOND ROW-Frank
Kesock, Ray Geisler, George Kabus, William Green, Steve
Ellis, Brother Romuald fCoachj.
TEAM SPIRIT - Fernando
Gonzalo and Luis Casa:
cuberta explain to
Rudy Oduber, Elias
Muyale and Charles
Currier the football
boosters that helped
spark the Patterson
HIGH SCHOOL GOAL-Footballer Ed Brent
seems a bit serious as he receives
from Reverend Dr. McCormick in
the presence of Studies Prefect,
ALL:AROUND SPORTSMAN - Basketball
star Denny McGuire, winner of
coveted Brother Eugene Trophy for
outstanding Scholar, Athletic, and
Gentleman, pauses with his friends
Jim Dunn and Bill McKenna.
HONORED GUESTS-Passionist Chaplain, Reverend Father
Flavian, C.P.g Main Speaker, Reverend Brother Hil:
ary, C.F.X., Superior of St. Nlichael's High School,
Brooklyn, Presiding Dignitary, Reverend Dr. McCor:
mick, Archdiocesan Superintendent of Catholic
VALEDICTORIAN-Joe Philibert, top veteran debater made
his final appearance on the speaker's platform for
The Mount as he addresses his fellow classmates.
f- .ws fy
2 Q in
john S. O'Connor Award lor General Excellence . . .-IOHN St1lIRUlCl"liR
Doctor Avllllillll L. Knell Award lor excellence in the Study ol Science and the Bausch
Lomb Award . . .DANIEL Hiirslfiv
Notre Dame Club ol' Baltimore Award lor excellence in the Classical Studies , . .Josicl'H
Brother Isidore Award lor excellence in the study ol' Religion . . .Coximn Dokx
Brother Edmund Award for excellence in the study of English . . .josicvu SnviMoNs
Julius Hofinan Award lor excellence in the study ol German . . .Jonx Scniuwzriaic
Brother James Award lor excellence in the Cloininercial Studies . . .llolnv lTUUCQHliR'l'Y
Brother Alvin Award lor excellence in the Industrial Arts . . .lfR,-vxcls BATZ
Thomas Lardner Memorial Award lor service to the Quill . . .AIOSEPII K1.1NmliiY1-:R
Paul Deliowzan Memorial Award lor excellence in Journalism . . .JAY Aiworn
Brother liugene 'Trophy for the outstanding Gentleman, Scholar, and Athlete . , .DENNis
Aluinni Seal Award lor Scholastic Prowess, extra-curricular achievement, and exceptional
school spirit over a period ol' four years . . . Joshi-H PlllI.lBliR'l'
The Fathers' Club Award lor exceptional school spirit over a period olf four years . . . Grioiusic Nl'il'il.ll'lS
MAN AT WORK--Popular
tigure at all extra:
curricular affairs is
Aubin, here caught in
action with Ronny
Babkoff, Gael south:
LATEST FAD-Laghefoored L
Frank Batz and jovial
Bob Das jump to the
l:2:3 count of the
Bunny Hop as Rivers
Chambers' boys start
the boys and their gals
PARTY LEADER-Lou Winkelman gives Rivers Chambers
the downbeat as the class of '54 tries to swing the
PHOTOGRAPHERS TABLE-Dick Fehrer gets in front of
the camera for a welcome change as he is photo:
graphed with Jim McNerney, Felix Rekus, "Cookie"
Metzler, John Corcoran, Ronny Whitehurst and their
COUNTRY STYLE-Jim Kernan and Jack Sadler
and their dates square off for a real session
of Mexican Shuffle as circles quickly form.
COLORED JIVE-Living it up, Rivers Chambers
begins one of their patented jive sessions
at the Ball, as the graduates clap the down:
beat with their singing dates.
INTERMISSION-Jack Wilkins, Frank Martel, Don
Houchen, .lack Gardner, and Steve Kramer
take time out for a coke at the Senior Ball.
PLEASANT ASSIGNMENT-At the Ball, Leroy
Beck, Tony Demma, Donald Parr, Joe Dor:
sey, Stan Graves and their charming dates
enjoyed the experience of facing the camera.
YOU'VE SEEN IT
NOW. . .
The school, the students, the faculty, the
parents, the clubs and activities that de-
velop Catholic student leaders at Mt. St.
Joseph High School.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Adam
Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Adams
Charles R. Albright
Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Amrein
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Apicilla
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aries
Audrey and Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Augustyniak
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Bagley
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Balls
Henry Leo Barton
Lt. Comdr. J. Ernest Bell
Frank and Tommy Bell
Miss Kathy Bell
Miss Ruth M. Bell
Mr. and Mrs. T. Webster Bell
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Benarick
Mr. and Mrs. John Benzing
Mr. Forrest Bervey
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Betz
Catherine T. Boegner
Bernard W. Bornhorn, Jr.
Marie E. Bornhorn
Harry G. Bowen
Felix Bucci and Family
Mr. and Mrs. James Burrows
Mrs. Mary Cardegna
Mr. and Mrs. Cartagnoli, Jr.
Mrs. Anna Cataneo
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Christ
Mrs. Frances Chychla
John J. Cleary
Mary A. Cleary
Mr. John J. Clifford
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Colburn
Mr. and Mrs. John Comerford
Mrs. Helen G. Couklin
Miss Joan Connors
Mrs. Mary Cross
The Counts of Highlandtown
Eleanor M. Cucco
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Dabrowski
Miss Mary D'Adamo
Harold E. Davis
Mrs. Vincent Del Pizza
Geavanna Dell Uomo
Mr. and Mrs. F. Demma
Mrs. Catherine Demma
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Philip J. Dietz
Mr. and Mrs. Don Dil
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A
Mrs. Josephine Dobry
Mr. and Mrs. Walter
L. D. Doolittle
Dot and Jerry
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. En
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
William A. Endres
Mr. and Mrs. Wilton
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ga
Mr. John Gardiner
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Garvey
Harry W. Giesler
. H. Gilet
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
. John G.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gr
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Gladys L. Guy
George A. Guy
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J. Hagan
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harrison
Mrs. Mary Harper
Mr. Edward Healy, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Haven
Mrs. Clara Hellwig
Mr. Sterling A. Herbs
George C. Hochrein
Loretta V. Hochrein
Mrs. C. Huber
Mrs. Clark Hoshall
B. Jos. F. M.
B. R. and B.,
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Jones
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth G. Johnson
PATRONS AND FRIENDS
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Kirtley
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kreller
Peter J. Kurek
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. James P.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
. J. Kvarda
R. C. Lingg
Catherine H. Liedtke
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long, Jr
Miss Agnes Lucas
Miss M. Stella Lucas
Mr. C. D. Lutton
Mrs. Howard Mack
Anna M. Marciani
Miss Dorothy J. Mauldin
Mayfield Music Center
Mrs. Henry McCarthy
Mr. and Mrs. John P. McDevitt
Helen C. McDonald
John R. McDonald
Mrs. Margaret McDonnell
Rev. Leo V. McGrain
Mr. and Mrs. William J. McGrath
Miss Ann McKay
Mr. and Mrs. James Mechlinski
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Misal, Jr.
Private William Molloy
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon B. Morris
Knight and Andrews Druggists
Mrs. Chas. P. Nason
Mrs. Mary J. Nason
The Nason Nine
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Nellies
The Nurses of Seton Institute
Mr. and Mrs. G. Nelson 0'Donnell
Mrs. Anna O'DonneIl
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 0'Neill
Mr. and Mrs. 0'Neill
The Orlh Family
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Osterhaus
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Otter
Miss Rita Patti
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Payne
Miss Anna Pellegrini
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Penna
Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Pessagno
Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Peterson
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wm. Peterson
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Petrella
Anthony Pezzica Family
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Philibert
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Plott
Mrs. Elizabeth Pogg
William B. Pohlhaus
John Ruff Pornpa
Mr. and Mrs. Al. Rabassa
Miss K. M. Rafferty
Margie and Janet Rafferty
Charles F. Rammes
Mr. and Mrs. Max Redlick
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton H. Reott
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Retucci
Anna W. Rinaldi
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ringgner
Charles H. Ritterpusch
Miss Emma Roesinger
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Rockstroh
Mr. and Mrs. W. Romans
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Saffell
Dr. Salvador DeMarco, Jr., M.D.
Mr. Joseph A. Saunders, Jr.
Mrs. Mary Sauter
David L. Saxton
Miss Rita Scardapave
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Schaefer, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schaefer
George A. Schaefer, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. William Schaeffer
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. A. Scheel
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scheidt
Miss Mary Schenk
Fred J. Schiavetti
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Schotz
Joseph E. Thanner
F. X. Paul Tinker, M.D.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Topper
Albert and Josephine Topper
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Trageser
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Uttermohlen
Caroline E. Schneider
M. Sam Serio
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Philip L. Shine
. John Simmons
Michael Simmons, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Sisk
Miss Jennie Smelkinson
Rufur L. Spuce
Mrs. Helen Sprinkle
Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Stissel
Mr. and Mrs. P. Strickroth
Mr. and Mrs. George Strohminger
Sue and Joe
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Verely, Jr.
Mr and Mrs. Frank Verely, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Violi
John J. Votta
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wachter
Mr. and Mrs. Julues Wawro
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Williams
Mrs. Leo Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Yeager
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yeager
Miss Cecilia Zappulla
Mr. and Mrs. William Zellar
Mr. Frank Zipfel
Mr. George N. Zuebert
92d Chemical Service Co., U.S. Army
The Youth Centre
BALTIMORE TORO COMPANY
LELLY AND ZEILI, INC.
LOHR AND FRITZE, FLORISTS
BELL MOTOR COMPANY
CLUB ll HAMILTON
COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND
JOHN DITTMAR AND SONS, INC.
CHARLES F. EVANS AND SONS, INC.
GAMSE LITHOGRAPHING CO., INC.
THOMAS S. GEORGE CONSULTING ENGINEER
FOLKEMER PHOTO SERVICE
JAKE'S BARBER SHOP
JANITORS SUPPLY HOUSE
JARBOE BROS. STORAGE WAREHOUSES. INC.
COMPLIMENTS OF JACK AND JOE
HUTZLER BROS., INC.
THE KAVANAGH FAMILY
LEE ELECTRIC CO.
THE MAY COMPANY
F. W. MCALLISTER CO.
MR. AND MRS. JAY MCCONNELL
FREDERICK P. MILLER AND SON
NORTH END PRATT SHOP
A FRIEND OF MT. ST. JOSEPH
RUEHL'S BEVERAGE STORE
SAM AND SARAH CONIGLIARO
SCHAFER:PFAFF CIGAR CO.
SEARS ROEBUCK AND COMPANY
M. SHAIVITZ ci SONS, INC.
JOSEPH M. STROHMER
STANLEY BEAUTY STUDIO
MR. AND MRS. STANLEY J. TRIBULL
MR. AND MRS. JAMES A. WRIGHT
A Great Name on the Road
A Great Name in the Home
AMERICAN 0IL COMPANY
Fairview Federal Savings
and Loan Flssociation
Each account in this institution is permanently insured
against loss up to 510,000.00 and liberal dividends
are paid semi-annually. Accounts may be opened and
deposits made by mail.
2013-2015 Frederick Avenue Baltimore 23, Md.
BR dway 6-3940 53941 63942 OR1eans 5-2536
Best Wishes to the Graduates oi 1954 from
TONY CATANEO LINE SERVICE
Michael R. Cataneo
Pier iii, Penna. R. R.
2000 S. Clinton Street
Baltimore 24, Md.
ER dway 6-0498
THE ARUNDEL CORPORATION
DREDGIN G 1 ENGINEERING : CONSTRUCTION
Sand Gravel Stone
BALTIMORE 2, MD.
EST. 1916 IOHN W. GEIPE, Manager
J. NORMAN GEIPE
Local and Lonq Distance
Household and Commercial
Providing the Most Complete and Efficient MOVING and
STORAGE Service in the Great Port of Baltimore
- FREE ESTIMATES -
MAdison 3-7lOO 52O-536 W. Lafayette Ave.
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ARUNDEL-BROOKS CONCRETE CORPORATION
CERTIFIED QUALITY FROM GRADED MATERIALS
- Office and Plant -
OZI South Wolfe Street
Baltimore 31, Maryland
CA Catholic College of Arts and Sciences Conducted by
The lesuit Eathersl
BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS WITH MAIORS IN:
Political Science Chemistry
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For Application Write:
4501 N. Charles Street
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4900 Frederick Avenue
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J. JENKINS SONS CO., INC.
MOUNT SAINT IOSEPI-I RINGS
2501 W. Lexington Street ED 6 6188
Mum! Si. fcmepfn
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FLYNN COAL AND LUMBER CU.
Swiss, West Virginia
KEYSTONE CAP CO.
Royal Dunloggin Dairy
"BALT1MCBE'S 100 PER CENT
Braoldish Avenue and Baker Street
Baltimore 16, Maryland
Chas. I. Lancelotta
FRANK R. LANCELOTTA C0.
Insurance Agents and Brokers
405-409 Munsey Building PLaza 2-0611
THE AI-CAZAR SCHOOL or LAw
3-YEAR EVENING Program leading to the LL.B degree,
qualifies for the Maryland State Bar Examinations.
PRE-LAW 2-YEAR DAY or EVENING Program qualifies for
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS.
INDUSTRY. AND MANAGEMENT
AMRHEIN BROS. iiZE'iis.D2I.?2S if5f.'1.'il5.Z'l,T"i..Z?Z2.'?'1i.'S2SLE.JZ
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Arts General Education, leading to the A.A. degree.
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I5 1420 N. CHARLES ST. nAL'r:MoRE 1. MARYLAND f'
FRANK P. R. BOHAGER 61 SONS, INC.
Deaiers in Wastepaper
- - ' 515 S. Ed S B 1' 31, Md.
Savings and Loan Association in mei Gimme
4100 Frederick Avenue IT PAYS T0 SAVE AT
Baltimore 29 Md AUGUSTA BUILDING ci LOAN
' ' ASSOCIATION
416 North Howard Street
OP where your insured savings account
earns iiberai semi-annua1
Accounts Insured Up to S10,000.00 each
We invite You to Open Your Account at
OPEN DAILY SAratoqa 7-0612
INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
HOME PURCHASE LOANS
"Lots ot Luck"
THOMAS BUCCHERI :S SONS, INC.
1110-1112 E. Monument Street
EAstern 7-1810, 7-1811
Compliments Oi EDMONDSON VILLAGE
1 ACRES or
FOURTEEN HOLY MARTYRS FREE PARKING
Of HOBBY CENTER
HENRY P' IRR Model - Photo Supplies
Trains - Tools
THE GEO. I. FALTER CO.
Plastics - Crafts
GOFFM1-XN'S HOBBY CENTER
330 Park Ave., Near Mulberry St,
CONFECTIGNERS Baltimore 1, Md. MU 5-5497
Gilmor and Mosher Streets PL 2-81313
SALES AND SERVICE
M c K E N N A
PONTIAC C0., INC.
The House of
2033 Eastern Avenue
FRANK A. KELLY
Renovatina a Specialty
I0l S. Tremont Road
Baltimore 29, Md.
"Ear Prompt Electrical Service"
KIRK ELECTRIC CO.
5504 Doqwood Road
Phone: Woodlawn l20
CONCRETE BLOCKS CINDER BLOCKS
Cinder BLOCK Corp.
3307 W. Cold Spring Lane
ECKHARDT COLLEGE PHARMACY
MT. ST. IOSEPI-I COLLEGE
whose confidence we appreciate
Gasoline Service Station
l7l0 Lamont Avenue
I. LANGENFELDER :S SON
8427 Pulaski Hiqhway
Business Phones: Home-5
LExinqton 9-5244, 9-0996 ARbutus 5
GENERAL SUPPLY CO.
Soda Fountain, Tavern, Restaurant, Hotel Supplies
6l3 N Eutaw St et
Baltimore l, Md.
Wm. I. Slattery
POTTHAST BROS.. INC.
Makers of Fine l-land-Made Furniture
"The True Antiques of Tomorrow"
924 N. Charles Street
IAMES P. LAZZATI
UNITED STATES CONCRETE
ROYAL CROWN COLA
Used Exclusively at
Mount Saint loseph's
Best Wishes to the Graduates of l954
2004 Edmondson Avenue
GI 5-6100, 5-6101
French Pastries, Rolls, Bread, Birthday and
Wedding Cakes Made to Order
REA KEECH MOTOR CO., INC.
3333 Frederick Avenue
Baltimore 29, Md.
MCCORMICK AND COMPANY, INC.
BALTIMORE 2, MD.
Michael Miqinsky Anthony B. Andrews
HCATERERSH Engineers and Contractors
Cweddinqs a Specialtyl
2315 N. Charles Street
4852 Edmondson Avenue
Builders of the
Mount Saint loseph
LOnqwood 6-5331 Baltimore 29, Md.
SIN-JIN PRODUCTS CO.
CLEAR - AIBE
"YOU SEE THEM EVERYWHERE"
Day 5238-4O Eairlawn Avenue Night
MO 4-4384 Baltimore l5, Md. M0 4-4468
Life Insurance Broker
226 E. Baltimore Street LE 9-0084
"Give a Gift with a School or Lodge Seal"
MT. ST. IOSEPH RINGS
Pins, Buckles, and Other Iewelry
TROPHIES - BOWLING PRIZES - PROM FAVORS
THE JOHN TROCKENBROT COMPANY
3lO N. Paca Street
MU 5-IOS2 Convenient Payments PL 2-8387
SAVE and SHOP on the same trip
Progress Federal is right in the
heart of the downtown Shop-
ping Center . . . the convenient
place to SAVE.
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
200 W, Saratoga Street
between Howard St. and Park Ave.
Each account is insured up to Sl0,000
Federal Savings-and-Loan Insurance
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MOUNT SAINT JOSEPH
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