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

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o 195 M O R . P mu. N F. S Pm lRumbles' tl'le Gael mascot Who Pops Up . . . In Sundry Places and When Least Expected Wu WWW ; THE 1956 MOUNT TOWER WAYNE RAY Editor HARVEY MARSHALL WILLIAM BAUERNSCHUB Business Managers JACK QUIRK RONALD SHEEHY Photography Editors PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF Mount Saint Joseph High School BALTIMORE 29, MD. Dedicated to . . . OFFICIAL ACTIONaHeadmaster. Brother Placidus, happily assists Brother Celestine in the Cutting of the Jubilee Cake as his sister, Mrs. O'Keefc. urges a big smile. COMMENDATIONaReverend Father Benedict Joseph, C.P., lauds the years of service rendered by our jubilarian as Archbishop Keough, Monsignor McCormick. clergy. lay people. and Brothers marvel. BANQUETtThe dining room is a festive spot as guests and Brothers enjoy the delicious tasty dinner prepared by the hard-working sisters and served by the Brothers under direction of Brother Fabian. "WKWMWMWW Mtg WMMwWVAWN wwwww w Maw AMONG THOSE PRES- ENThAt the High Mass VVthh was celebrated by Rev. William F. Ma- loney Mephew of Brother Celestinw were the Most Reverend Fran- cis P. Keough. D.Dh, Archbishop of Baltih more: the Rt. Rev. George L. Hopkins. Chancellor of the Arch- diocese; the Rev. Rap- hael DuITy. C.P. Rev. W liam J. Phillips. S.S.J.: Rev. Benedict Joseph Mawu. C.P.: Rev. Jeremiah McNa- mara. C.P.; Rt. Rev. Joseph L, Leary, Pastor of St. Mark's Parish: Very Rev. Leo J. Mc- Cormick. Ph.D.. Super- intendent of Schools. Brother elest ne 70 Years A Xavierian Brother MEMORABLE OCCA- SION w Genial Arch- bishop Keough who graced the occasion by his presence went per- sonally to Brother Cel- estine's room to offer his felicitations to Brother on the comple- tion of h " years of service. FAMILIAR DUTY Brother Placidus meets his sixth incoming frosh group. as 1,000 hopeful eighth-graders arrive for the Entrance Examinations, A thousand took the test; seven hundred applied to enter the Mount; only three hundred could be accommodated. Refusing so many eager boys is one of the painful experiences of a Headmaster. These Pages Are Filled By Memorable Men BROTHER PLACIDUS. C.F.X. Headmaster Left to Right, Top Row: Brother Aquin, Brother Aquinas. Second Row: Brother Arthur, Brother Aubin. Third Row: Brother Austin. Brother Bar- ton. Fourth Row: Brother Camillus. Brother Celestine. BELL RINGERhWonderful Brother Walter, a man of eighty with 60 years as a Xavetian Brother. is surprised on the chapel stairs as John Foertschbeck and J. Mazur anticipate the 8:20 Students' Rosary for peace and the missions. TREASURY AID$PatienL smiling Mrs. Kettering strives to respond to the multitude of questions that Don Poole. Joe Ruppert, John Sohn and Bob Biddi- son know are the specialty of Brother Myron's helpful secretary. n Who Taught Us rinciples . . . .da . .. MW' Top to Bottom: Brother Clarence, Brother Cletus. Brother Clyde. Brother Colom- biere. Brother Cornelius. NEWCOMERS -- Brothers Vernon and Niles get the flash tour of the campus as Brother Clyde spots the tower as the top landmark at the Mount. EXPERIMENTATIONtBiology instructor Brother De Sales and students. Mario Muyale and Kenneth Kasko, check the early reaction in the test tube study before pushing on to the next phase of their combined project on egg development. Left to Right, Top Row: Brother Crispin, Brother CyrilK Brother DePaul. Brother DeSales, Brother Dismas. Second Row: Brother Edgar, Brother Eric. Brother Eustasius, Brother Fabian, Brother Gavin. Third Row: Brother Harold. Brother Herman, Brother John, Brother Jordan, Brother Julius. Fourth Row: Brother Kostka. Brother Kyrin. Brother Leo Francis. Brother Louis Charles. Brother Loyola. Fifth Row: Brother Luanus. Brother Marcellus, Brother Martel. Brother Maximus, Brother Myron. Left to Right, Top Row: Brother Niles. Brother Patrick. Brother Paulus, Brother Placid. Brother Ricardus. Second Row: Brother Robertus. Brother Simon. Brother Timothy. Brother Urban Francis. Brother Vernon. Third Row: Brother INFIRMARIANSaSister Donwina here insists that Brother Louis Charles. her constant assistant in the care of the sitk Brothers. take a blood pressure check to slow him down a little. Walter. Brother Zachary. Mr. John Plevyak. Mr. Victor Wojcihovski. Mr. Stanley Zaleski. Fourth Row: Mrs. Mar- ciano. Mrs. Kettering. Sister Donwina. Sister Alwam, Mother Aurelia. PLEASANT SMILEShThese two Brothers. Brothers Zachary and Eustasius. and Mrs. Weisengoff and Mrs, Philps are the patient cafeteria workers who daily marvel at the amazing zest and appetite of the growing boys. To Endure A Lifetime . . . Top to Bottom: Sister Clarita. Sister Dietgera. Sister Facundina. Sister Jackobina. Sister Labre. ANNAPOLIS HOPEFULStJohn Gray and Jack Quirk here consult with Brother Cyril, Prefect of Studies, on the steps to follow in preparing themselves for the An- napolis competitive examinations. SPELLING BEEtBrother Aquinas. director of the Mount's Second Annual Spelling Bee. points out the word that stopped most of the boys. Seated: Vin Chesno, Maurice Bursey. Brother Aquinas, John Killen. Standing: John Kermil, Tom Hosza. Kenneth Kasko. Andrew Long. Roger Miller, Michael Hopkins. Robert Smith. Sam Wenck. Top Student . . . MAURICE BURSEY National Merit Scholarship, Notre Dame Full Scholarship, Johns Hopkins Full Scholarship, Westinghouse Mathematical Association Scholarship, Georgetown Baltimore Classical Club Latin Award Semi-Finalist in General Motors Scholarship Competition. DANIEL STANTON General Motors Scholar- ship, Notre Dame Full Scholarship, Mt. St. Mary's Scholarship, Loyola Col- lege National Merit Certificate FREDERICK WEINBERGER 0 Full Scholarship, Loyola College 0 Scholarship, Johns Hop- kins WARREN DONAHUE 0 Scholarship, Johns Hopkins 0 Voice of Democracy State Champion 0 Hearst Contest Regional Winner ...ABOVE THE CROWD PATRICK CULLEN 0 Grant, Loyola College 0 American Legion City Champion 0 Quill Editor . JOHN WOODWARD WAYNE RAY 0 American Association of o Westinghouse-Johns Hop- Physics Teachers Award kins Award 0 Westinghouse-Jobns Hop- 0 Mount Tower Editor kins Award 0 National Merit Certificate Top Athlete . . . JOSEPH SKUDRNA 0 Full Scholarship, Johns Hopkins 0 WesringhouseJobns Hopkins Award 0 Thom McAn Football Award as Outstanding Scholas- tic Leadet on MSA All-State Team 33$" CAR DESIGN h Frank Schmidt does a bit of fmal inspection on new styled Hhardtop" before submitting his entry to General Motors. An Expression Is Captured . . . Thought waves stream into my mind as I recall innumerable scholastic experiences. Clearly and concisely I remember the skeleton and dedication of the gym. Cheers of 0111' gridiron conquest of Patterson still ring in my ears, while a switch 10 the classroom brings hack the image of a gigantic slide rule. Association with the school faculty remains mindfully ViVid, especially those with the masters of the tongue. Also I remmnher assignments, some completed and others, well maybe it would he hotter to forget in remembrance. RADIO WORKSHOP-Jim Donald welds several wires on his home- made radio set as licensed short wave operators, Dan Stanton and Don Vincent. receive and record for the record. TYPEWRITER SERENADEaAs the boys, Emil Kelly, Ed Baran, Talbot: Young and Rex King. hit the covered keys, Brother Jordan gets in the spirit. closes his eyes and beats out the rythmn. LINGUISTShTom Hosza and Larry Harding. who speak English and have a nodding acquaint- ance with Latin. now boldly peruse a French news column. I7 COMMON WOEIeFellow riders Ken Hartman, Joe Ficca, Ray Strabel and Bill Wolf evidence proper concern as onl Y Walt Bernardzikowski helps Bill Heinrich to jack the rear bumper. WIDENING HORIZONSeDown in the physics lab. crowded by short wave sets and television units in varying degree of construction, Ronald Bor- kowski plunges right ahead in the construction of his own TV. set under the Erection of Brother Mar- cellus. EYE CATCHERS e- Ed Creamer and James Adamski put hnishing touches on a couple of their original posters that tickled sleepy students between naps. That Recalls Hours Well Spent . . . VISITING LECTURER-eBtother Marcellus' chemistry students D. Stane ton. Walt Bernardzikowski, Fred Heinberger. C. Brown. F. Gilbart, Tom L vingstone and Ed Zepp consider the field of pharmacy. PULL HARDERF-Thcre's no run in this nylon as Warren Donahue and W a l t Bcrnardzikowski strive to prove in a test- ing operatl of cord strength. WHY. GEORGE! - The appearance of this Ger- man beer stein. property of one Steve Schulmeyer. really surprised Brother John. as his 4A German students gathered round to study the inscriptions. SCHOOL'S GREAT That well expresses the Luv tirude of Bob Gucwa and Paul Blair as they 1011 in the sun at the pool's edge. Bewitched, bothered thy uppel'classmeIU and bewildered UW Classew we strove to overcome the horrors of high school life. Thrillcd hut confused we witnessed and cheered at our first sports activities as Mountmcn. Emcicntly and studiously we worked and proudly acknowl- edged our names on the honor roll. Tense and excited we attended a school dance. ovchhudowod by seniors bul present nevertheless. Eagerly we awaited the start of Class baseball. More eagerly we awaited the end of the year. to hocomo sophomores. uSIXTEEN TONS" B.mjo strum- mers, Vernon Dorsey and Al Guy, set a fast tempo as Ernie Bell does Tennessee Ernie's special at the Christmas Affair. PUBLIC RELATIONs -Brother Edgar offers a bit of constructive criticism as fresh postermenv C. Mascari, R. Wise, E. Meiscr. and P. Wash. put Vocations in the spotlight. 1A Top Row: Donald Wallenhorst, Ronald Mewshaw, Eu- gene Corbett. James McGuire Ronald Yakaitis, Albert Poklemba, Andrew Manning, J. Patrick O'Donnell, Law- rence Wist. Third Row: Robert Rattell, Gerard Zeller, Philip Zelechowski, Charles Wachsmuth, G. Ronald Sun- derland, Milton Kowalewski, Gerard Miller, Martin Snyder. Frank Romeo. Phillip Middleton. Joseph Butler. Second Row: William Jenkins, Lawrence Crone, William Reamy, William Bloom. John Killen, Richard Russell. Dennis Ray, William McGeehan. Charles Jones, George Wariield, Thomas Walsh. Robert Turkos. Front Row: John Myers, Harry Smith. William Deflne, Joseph Vach. Brother Jordan, Frank Mahler. Herman Cook, Charles Ulsch. Charles Roswell. 1B Back Row: Thomas Steigelman, Daniel Rohleder, Thomas Lorenzo. Vincent Chesno, JeK Helm, William Sleighh holm, Philip Minderlein. Third Row: Charles Jednorski, Joseph McDonald, Michael Kohler, Hugh Revere. Stanis- laus Muehlberger, Kenneth Freimuth, Norman Bronzert, Gilbert Kulikowski. Paul Giese, Thomas McNeill. James Blockston. Second Row: John Reese, Gerald Deacon, John Fischer, John Conley. Frank Miceli, Thomas Con- way, Eric Dom. Ronald Riesner. John O'Donnell, Joseph Klosek. James Bums. First Row: Walter Rykiel, Tm- othy Seipp. Andrew Lanham. Eugene DiNisio, Brother Robertus. Michael Meyer. Edward Marsh, Wayne Stengel. William Lombardi. 1C Back Row: Henry Becker. Christopher Russo. Charles Swindell. Henry Payne, John Lauer, Frank Himmel, Joseph Gronki, Gilbert Barker. Third Row: Louis Mc- Williams, William Bellistri, John Stranovsky, Timothy Nadrowski, John Kirmil, Kestutis Chesonis, Brian Hurst. John Fitzgerald, Robert Lewandowski, Russell Howard, Patrick Keehan. Second Row: George Helms, Dennis Cage, Vernon Dorsey, Stephen Yovanov, Ernest Bell, James Bruggy, Harold Murdock. Thomas Boyle, Michael Kettering, Richard Walsh, George McGough. Front Row: John Casey, Ralph Prete, Robert Rostkowski. Sidney Edwards. Brother Gavin, Robert Corrigan. Harry Magaha, Edward Leimbach, Salvatore Glorioso. 1D Back Row: Raymond Bechler. William Schwanke, Adelio Maccentelli, Francis Heiner. Phillip Piasecki. Charles Nemecek, John Ostrowski. Arthur Noon. Third Row: Charles Lindner, Gilbert Bielski. Joseph Mento, Edward Trattner, Richard McDonnell, Richard Polkowski, John Jacobs, Peter Bell, Patrick Larkin. Ronald Deise. Second Row: Michael Fasmer, Daniel Brulinski, Michael Hodges. William Gore, Martin Till, Glenn Dixon, Thomas Dailey, Gerard Poetzel. Robert Greer, Frank Scholtz, Clement Scheper. Michael Mulherin. Front Row: Francis Lukas- Zewski, Joel Thomason. Paul Iampieri. John Kusik. Brother Dismas, Jerome Siatkowski. Theodore Gawel, Edward Eusini. John Sampery. 1E Back Row: Dennis Guidice, Dennis Evans, Joseph Eder. Michael Klima. Matthew Harris, Jacques Grillon. Joseph Luber. Third Row: Thomas O'NEill. James Macher, Joseph Johnson, Thomas Sut. Thomas Gazel, Robert Selle, Joseph O'Donnell. Anthony Tarntino, Donald Hargy, Peter Reynolds. Richard Siejack. Second Row: Edward Pietruszka, Richard Chambers, Ronald Wise. Stanley Wolinski, John Beran. James Smith. Neill Yeakle, Salvatore Aquia. Joseph Rogers, Richard Van Lill. Rich- ard Otter, Frank Rosofsky. Front Row: Edward Higdon. James Owens, Robert Chiotski, William Meridith, Brother Clyde. Robert Durner. James Rogers. Frederick Jackson. Thomas Iampieri. 1F Back Row: Gilbert Triplett, Harold Smith, Daniel Libon- ate. Robert Horsely, Edward Glodek, Michael Keech, Mel- vin Novak. John Gartland. Third Row: Aloysius Guy. Reginald Wise, Carl Avara, Lawrence Meiser. Carl Deeck. Mario Eugui, John Kilday. Clyde Stokes, Arthur Paul. Robert Bonsall. Eugene Rieth. Second Row: Charles Liberto. Edward Corbi, John Conrey, Francis Cappelletti, Joseph Taylor, William Allen, John McCormick, Norton Silcott, Raymond Fernandez. Michael Schwarzkopf, Thomas Booth, Marco Montero. Front Row: Carl Michelman. Joseph Pointek, Stephen Arata, James Mohler, Brother Edgar, Hugh Doherty. Dominic Rigatuso. Claude Mascari. Peter Wash. FATIMA CORPS EXpe1-t Chaplet maker, Brother Jordan, is the center of all eyes as he illustrates basic techniques to: From, Left to Right: J. O'Donnell, C. Jednorski, W. Lombardi, J, Helm, Brother Jordan, K. Freimuth, J. Blockston. Batik Row: J. Klosek, N. Bronzert, J. Burns, V. Chesno, T. Steigelman, W. Stengel, E. DiNisio. And Episodes Never To Be Forgotten . . . TRIPLE VISION- Stunned frosh were shaken right to their white bucks as Robert Horsley. John Crab. and George Wal- lace proved that there are many kinds of Santa Claus at Christmas time. FRESHMAN LEAGUEvChamps 1A. and All Stars. Standing: J. Conley. P. Cook, J. Bruggy. D. Ray, W. Jenkins. J. Butler, W. Bloom, PK Middleton, E. Glodek, F. Himmel. R. Romeo, J. Lnuen G Zeller. W. Garry, J. Vach, N. Silcott. L. Ulsch. T. Nadrowski, W. Lombardi. Brother Eric, League Director. Front Row: C. Wachsmuth, J. Mc- Guire. L. Wist. P. O'Donnell, R. Yakaitis, G. Sunderland. G. Mil- ler. C. Kotowski. J. Myers. IG Back Row: Lawrence Bezold. Charles Eisenberger, Ray- mond Knight. John Groh. Anthony WitkOWSki, Thomas Welsh, Wayne Wood. Third Row: James Burton. Frank Sagan, William Harrington, Paul Haigley, Harry Gonzales, Douglas Banner, Robert Waldbauser. Charles James. Francis Clark, Guy Palmeri, Charles Korowski. Second Row: Karl Houchen, George Wright. Joseph Volk. James Graham. Kenneth Jones. Benedict Malikowski. Joseph Ries. William Wilder, William Garry, Joseph Carleton. Front Row: Milton Lentz. Leonard Wojciechowski, Jo- seph Borowski. Joseph Potter. Brother Patrick. Ralph Carey. William Ruskell, Joseph Walega, Joseph Trionfo. 1H Back Row: Donald A. Silanskas. Michael Van Den Branden, John J. Nardini, George H. Wallace. Daniel J. Foggarty, Marion J. Wiczulis. Nelson J. Arnold, Charles P. Smith, David J. Chiveral. Third Row: Martin A. Budreski. James F. Blair, James W. Thompson, Daniel M. Makowski, Alfred J. Di Pietro. John F. Battism, Joseph A. Horan, Thomas W. Harman. Thomas J. Bate- man. Arthur J. Dunworth. Second Row: Henry C. Kveck. John L. Letke, William S. Hoddinott. Melvin J. Shook. Eugene R. Lamdin. Rosario P. Raymond, Thomas L. Bartolomeo. DaniEI T. Mernaugh. Frank A. Thomas. Howard J. Kapfer. Thomas S. Phoebus. Francis M. Tribull. Front Row: John M. Schab, Daniel A. Mantik. Marvin W. Warnick. Edward R. Butler, Brother Louis Charles. Richard M, Kucharski, James J. Seybold. Fred- erick T. Ruff, William R. Douglas. OPHOMORE SOUVENIRS 195Fthut wonderful year we stopped being freshmen and began to take an active part in extracurricular activities. We had started to grow now, and school no longer terrified us. Caesar still came to darken our youthful skies, but biology and math began to catch our favor. W76 were welcome at dances and heard 011 com- mittees. It was a great year L0 be fifteen. BUT, BROTHERL-All the ingredients of a justitiable ob- jection are here etched in Tom Butlefs face as he gets lost following Brother Barton's Hashing review of the early Christian Era. FLOWER GIRL Bouncing Nick Bronzert chephinQ stops sailors E. Nelka, R. Canby, D. Kurtik. and D. Michaelis with her rendi- tion of HI'm called Little Butter cup." 2A Back Row tLef! lo RighU : Leon Rachuba, Leroy Ger- hardt, Stanley Nelka, John Frizzera, John Brennan, John Dietz, Joseph Juknelis. James Kuyawa. Third Row: James Donovan, Joseph Schaum. Joseph Demoga. Robert Vacth. Joseph Shalika. Gerard Perseghin. John Manko. Alfred Burke, Carroll Sledz, Daniel Michaelis, Robert Korycki. Robert Bell. Second Row: Tyler Hatchet, Rayv mond Bochenck. George Hilgeman, Jerome Dean, Robert Jaworski. Francis Kelly. John Murphy, Robert Poggc. Robert Kemmer. Daniel Kurtik, Jerome Bracken, Michael Iampieri. Robert Kantorski. Front Row: David Snyderv John Gingher. William Ostovitz. Louis Weinkam. Brother Aquin. James Francis, Charles Mattheiss. Ronald Steiger- wald, Charles Grim. 2B Back Row tLeft to Righn: Robert Eurice. Fred Eckert, Gerard Wallner. Donald Tumbaugh, Lee Cook, William Booth, Paul Koebrugge. John Saynuk. Third Row: Thomas Slifker, Richard Murphy, Edwin Birmingham. Michael Schaefer, Edward Schultz, Leroy McCabe, Florian Wawrzyniak, Philip DeMario. Gerard Kordecki. Jerome Klasmeier, David Baxter. Second Row: Joseph DiPaula. Joseph Auffarth. Matthew Newcomb. Gerald Rowan, Stanley Daniloski. Frank Sudano, Robert Harvey. Wayne Sands, John Matheny, John Bauerle. James Canby, Chris Pohler, David Keller. Front Row: Robert Brown. John Larkins, Charles Reiter, Dennis Mahoney, Brother Kyrin, John Riley, Norbert Shrader, August Warnecker. John Kclso. 2C Back Row: Anthony Finnerty. Joseph Vogelsang. Patrick Coll, Thomas Clark. William Ridgell, John Foertschbech. Charles Graham, Adam Milwicz. Third Row: William Dawson, Francis Erlbeck. John Mazur, Joseph Mczzadri, Joseph Citro. Paul McHugh. John Weisner, Harry Mc- Crory. Bernard Janyska. Robert Ahcrn, James Clarke. Second Row: Gerald Staskowiak, Martin Stankis, Robert Gucwa, John Twamley, Philip Hughes, Robert Drew. John Hein, Paul Murphy. Francis Kearney, James Jeffer- son, Victor Moore, Robert Reynolds. Front Row: Thomas Lambert. Charles Paff. William Barlage, Fred Colly. Brother Julius, George Watchinsky, Joseph Mc- Namara, Gerald Prkna. Lee Cunningham. NO MORE RIDDLEhTo gather by the earnestness of Paul McHughhs study of the egg for his biology project you might well expect that he had found the great solution as to whether the chicken or the egg came first. 2D Back Row: Michael Board. Harold Bailey. William Maz- latl, Thomas Field. John Alpigini, Donald Brescia, Steve Grzybowski. Third Row: Raymond Jackson, Marion Karolkowski, James Benzing, Wayne Leidner, James Kernnn, Robert Keck, Albert Hartka, Joseph Ring. Joseph Slunt. Raymond Hemerich, Ralph Pfannenstiel. Second Row: William Zimmerman. Frederick Gearing, William Cohill. Joseph Prematta, Dominic Carignano, Charles Blondcll. Robert Paradise, Anthony Miller, Norris Dodge. Albert Vojik. Sylvester Roche. Front Row: Thomas Butler. Duncan Bossle. John Wessel, Ralph Ranocchio. Brother Vernon. Ronald Blanchard, Patrick Hartzell. Paul Upman, William Iampieri. 2E Back Row: Arthur Scherer, William Jacob. Joseph Downey. Thomas Regan, Donald Schisler, William Bog- dan. Joseph Smith, George Hudson. Third Row: David Coleman. Barry Gooch, John Driscoll, John Mullen, Louis Knrczewski, Lawrence Altemus, John Schene. Daniel Gilner. William Baldwin. George Hartwell. Lawrence Bukowski. Second Row: Michael Hurley. Joseph Bronai koski. Hugo Gemignani. Thomas Shuster, Jerome Brink- man. Robert Finke. Theodore Shipley, William Smuck. Samuel Wenck, John Kelly. Vernon Leimbach. John Schieve. John Murphy. Front Row: John Marques. Roland Morfe, Vincent Andrione. William Howard. Brother Crispin, John Lochary, Thomas Barnes, Albert Skirvnnis. Frank DellaNoce. 2F Back Row: Peter McKenna. Dennis Tully. Joseph Weid- ner, Robert Rounds. Arthur Childs, Ray Strubel, Eugene Martin, Gerald Melfa. Third Row: Peter Legambi. Ed- ward Ewers. Wilmer Conway. Arthur Fceney, John Sihuck. Bernard Pope. James Zentgraf, James Huemmer. Ronald Evans. Second Row: David Reese. Victor Terziu, Michael Nee, Richard Sigel, Kenneth Scully, Ronald Schmitt. Bernard Majka. Charles Weidenhammer, Francis Tauber. James Oliver. Front Row: Raymond Kollner. Edward Schwartz, John Brier, Thomas Coyle. Brother Eric. Charles Schillaci. Ralph Hessler. James Finncran. John Lansinger. Missing: Louis Haber. Philip Voelker. ROSARY TIME-A. Hughes. J. Butler. Vernan Leimbach head the early rising group at the daily 8:20 chapel student rosary for peace and the missions. . . . Swell Memories ZG Back Row: James Vogt. Tim Sullivan, Carl Zagarclla, Mike Connelly, Ray Workman. Robert Bailey. William McGuire. Ronald Donnelly. Third Row: Daryl Webster. Irvin Shanefelter. John Miller. Tom Centineo. Richard Kohlhepp. Richard Hughes. Charles Lewis, Joseph Rey- nolds, Thomas Gill. Second Row: Earl Simms. Pat Mc- Naney. Tony Campagna. Ed Reilly. Paul Blair. Frank Grubowski. Joe Majewski. Frank Eiseman. William Lansinger, John Ficca. Front Row: Thomas Doughney. William Lehn. Richard McGovern. Fred Ogle. Brother Barton, Robert Debus. Howard Beck. Charles Ganzzer- miller. Jerome Cholewczynski. RUSH STUDY These boys of CHM believe in complete study cooperation when last night's homework just happened to be misplaced. SHOP SAFETY-Brother Placid here points out the proper han- dling of equipment as 2G won- ders: P. Blair, R. Kohlhepp. F. Eisemann, R. Hughes, J. Ficca, R. Debus, H. Beck, T. Fitzger- ald, C. Ganzzermiller, R. Don- nelly DREAMS COME TRUEwSmiIing Henry Zerhusen fresh from his afternoon practice is wrenthed in smiles as he tells how the Mount swimmers twice toppled City and all opponents to become undis- puted MSA Swimming Champions. MELLOW JUNIORS SINGING MAIDShBrother Aquints swingsters: R. Jaworski, J. Kut- cher, R Kantorski, H. Becker and J. Abrahams face Admiral Oles as they urock" through the Pina- fore score HWe Are His Sisters, His Cousins, and His Aunts." Having passed the Inid-mark of our four years activities, we entered the Junior year in an optimistic frame of mind. We elected 0111' first four officers, suffered through Physics projects, and enjoyed "our nighW at the Maryland Yacht Cluh. During 0111' Junior year a good many hitch-hike men hecamc mobilized with the addition of driversh licenses. At the end of the Junior year we elected new officers. W'e received our Senior Class rings during the 51111111101.- and prepared to swing into high gear. Following our Junior year we inherited the status and power of Seniors. COMMITTEE MENI These are the Hwheels" of the Jun- ior Prom: C. Bennett. F. Dangerfield. P. Cummings. E. Suchnicki. W. Green. T. Welsh. W. Bauemschub. R. Bracken, P. Synan. R. Dunnignn, E. Baikauskas. 3A Back Row: Robert Smith. Charles Waltrup, Henry Nilles. Timothy Welsh. William Clendenin, Michael Egan, John Bannon. Henry Zerhusen. Third Row: Anthony Hughes Melvin Sliwka. William Woolf, Michael Hopkins, Gerald Sibiski. Harry Bloom. Paul Cummings. William Walter. Bernard Zubrowski. William Small. Thomas O'Shaugh- nessy. Second Row: Brian Flannery, Richard Baum. Ronald Stevenson, Neil Drexel, Gerard Dunnigan, Law- rence Mowery. James Merz, Richard Kozlowski. Lawrence Yeager, Michael Ellis, Kevin Parent. Front Row: Charles Jones. William Eusini. John Frizzera. Lawrence Wheeler. Brother Placid. Paul Karpers, Gary Green, Denis Faubert. John Kutcher, 3B Back Row: John Gordon, John Lanahan, John McDevitt, James Zitzer. Conrad Gutowski. John LewandOWSki, George Otterbein. William Teipe, James Starr. Third Row: Raymond Krolicki, James Gallagher, Elias Muyale, John O'Donnell, Robert Arashin. John Cihak, Thomas Michocki, John Gos, Talbott Young, Egbert Julia. George Waldbauser. Second Row: John Kuhl, Richard Scieska, Norwell Ward. Eugene Seybold, Frank Gerhardt. Thomas Fullerton, Joseph Davis, Richard Somers, Ron- ald Warfield, Dennis Carter, Charles Cipriotti. John Hromey. Michael Loney. Front Row: James Foley. Henry Cholewczynski, Earl Harden, Lee Fink. Brother Ricardus. Joseph Curran. Frank Rokosky. Larry Grant, Charles Madden. 3C Back Row: Vincent D'Antoni. George Schaefer. Herman O'Neill. Clark Cornwell, Stephen Auer, Robert Small. Anthony DeAmico, Raymond Gieslcr, Edmond Bocklage. Third Row: John Migliore. Robert Slifker, Charles Nitsch. Henry Wagner. John Falter. Daniel Schaden, John Surdel, Michael Stanton, Anthony Lutz, Robert Madsen. Second Row: John Wallace, Walter Bonn, George Leidner, Joseph Crosby. Wayne Leighty, Earl Sherwood, Eugene Baiknus- kas, Robert Pilson. John Layton. Francis Schene, Luiz Pinheiro, Denis Lange. William Cook. Front Row: Joseph Sordillo. Dominador Piqarut. Norman Wilder, Robert Sniadach. Brother Niles. Bernard Bittel. Milford Ziolkowski. Richard Savarese. Theodore McQuadc. 3D Back Row: John Murray. George Kabus. William WaL ther, Michael Wroten, William Green, Leo Miller, Paul Synan. Chester Bower. Third Row: Ronald Campbell. Michael German, Brendan McLaughlin, Robert Dunnigan. Stanley Dabrowski, John Moorcones, Albert Herbst, Paul Dangerfield, John Funk, Michael McDonald. Edward Engles. Second Row: William Alvather, John Dodson. Basil Karukas, George Jacob. Salvatore Cimbolo, Herman Chiriboga, William German, Paul Bastress, Richard Rychwalski, James Lyles, Paul Nohe. Front Row: Walter Weems, Henry Flagg. Leo Maith, Charles Bennett. Brother Austin, Robert Ziemski. Eugene Nardone. Ray- mond Wilson, Raphael Cilento. 313 Back Row: Robert Bracken, Frank DiPaula, Leroy Wilson Richard Dom, John Dougherty, George Wallace, Neil Kelly, Ronald Shecly, Morris Betmnn. Third Row: Henry Strempek, Vincent Merlo. Robert Bratt, Raymond Graves, Kenneth Lee, William Murphy, Carroll Poctzcl. Joseph Rolfes, Thomas Donnelly, Robert Duckett, Joseph Bach, Walter Sikorski, Paul Floyd. Second Row: Ronald Russell, William White. Joseph Fowler, Charles Smith. Edward Baran, Thomas Vogel, Donald Sullivan. Philip Cassidy. David Kelly. Edward Suchnicki, William Bauern- schub. Jerome Hannon. Nicholas Mazziott. Front Row: John Cangelosi, James Vadas. George Ackerman, Norbert Kendzierski, Brother Leo Francis. Charles Fogerty, Ed- ward Beecher, Stephen Campion, Rex King. 3F Back Row: Joseph McQuJid. James Nash, Paul Heisey. Vernon Kehring, Edward DeBaugh, Robert Boss, Charles Matthews. Bernard Wiczulis. Joseph Weiss. Third Row: Frank Golebiewski, James Renehan, Leo Decker, Robert Knight, James Grove. Frank Trachta. Henry Anderson, Connie Erwin, Leonard Gunzelman, Kenneth Mohr. Second Row: Casimir Sobus, Thomas McGuire. James Melody, Harry Franzoni. Thomas Crum, Robert Cobill. Ludvik Zapetal. James Brooke, Frederick Grabau. Clifford Parry. Front Row: John Michel. Michael Tunney, Rob- ert Davis. Richard Fitzgerald, Brother Cornelius, Albert Cashour. Paul DelSaHe. Ronald D'Onofrio. George Nelson. PHILATELIC SOCIETY Seated: R. Steigerwald, M. Kowaleski. E. German, J. Davis. J. Voch. J. Hein. P. McHugh, J. Thomason. M. Bursey. Standing: B. Zubrowski, Brother Dismas, W. Harrington, W. McGeehan. T. Conway. SHAKE A LEGIhThose are the HOrders of the Day" as HCapt." Gegner. UJosephine" Kozlowski, and hAdmiral" Oles swing the tune HNever Mind the Why and Wherefore!" Set Fast Pace . . . MECHANICAL DRAWINCr-These draftsmen: Tom Bateman and James Blair live by the rule of the line and T-square as Brother Cornelius patiently urges them from UPlate to Plate." The Spiritual Marks A Special Place In Our Lives AN EPISCOPAL BLESSINGhArchbishop Keough graciously bestows his benediction as he enters the Cathedral for the Palm Sunday Mission Rally. t t SKATING PARTYhSetonhSt. Joe organizers deserving a break. 605, Leo Kossa, James Miller. Joan Mazur. Joseph Smith. Seated: Joyce Lowry. Joan Heim, Standing: Paul McHugh. John Monica Nowak, Janice Izdebski. Patricia Koch, Sarah Poehler. Kneeling: Ronald Dietz. Tom Hosza, Pete McKenna. The spiritual aspects of life hold a special place at the Mount, us is shown by the present and past Crusade leaders and followers. This year, under the direction of proxy Joe Skudrna and Brother Urban Francis, C.F.X., dances and skating parties were 32 held, rosuries were said7 and funds collectcdaall for the benefit of the mission. Moreover, to climax the year for the Mount crusaders, five were presented coveted awards by the Archbishop at the Annual Palm Sunday Mission Rally. REPRESENTATIVE MENeSmiling Joe Smith, Joe Butler. David Coleman. and Bob Kantorski. head the St. Joe men who make the Mount admired in CSMC circles. 8:20 BELLeBackbone of the Student Rosary for peace and the missions offered in the school chapel were these regular men: J'm Miller. Bob Nichols, John Gartlcmd. Bob Eurice. Ron Dietz and organizer Joe Smith. TOP LEADERSHIPeCin-wide President, Joe Skudma, headed the strong delegation of Mount Seniors to Veteran Easter Social. With him are standing: D. Kramer, P. Cullen, W. Ray, B. Her- berich. Veteran Echardt. J. Fisher. J Skudrna, Prexy, T. Hossa. J. Doherty. Kneeling: L. Hladky Zepp. and J. Sands. B. Nichols, J. Milier, E. BAND MEMBERS-Back Row: L. Maith, R. Wills, M. Przy- bylski, T Barnes, R. Wilson, J. Badger. C. Sher, A. Rabbit. Fifth Row J. Sampery, J. Ruppert, P. DiPietro, B. Gooch, J. Junknelis, L. Hatchet. J. Mooer, K. Diggins, J. Mangus, R. Fayette, J. Kiman, L. Cook. Fourth Row: M. Iampieri, J. Kirmil, R. Jinke, R. Kemmer, F. Geating. P. De Mario, M. Stanton. W. German, P. Heisey, F. Jaworski, G. Walker, K. Parent, V. Watch, F. Simmons. Third Row: R. Rychwalski. P. Synan, VA Antoni, J. Majewski. . Cru , R. Evans. 8. Wench. P. Afford. J. Lochary, Mi Newcomb. H. Bloom, E. German. J. Woodward. Second Row: W. Walther, T. Don- nelly, P. McHugh. J. Winkler, M. Loney. C. Bennett, J. Brono- kowski. J. Twamley. W. Green, B. Wiczuli. . Nadrowski. First Row: L. Harding, G. Jacob, M. Board, Brother Simon. Brother Aquin, A. Hughes, P. Nohe. J. Dodson. At. the B ount, 1111191 is treated in all its wonderful aspects. First there is a spirited marching band, whose 60-11mm are. trained and directed by Brother Simon assisted by Br. Aquin. Then there is the 20- voicc glee club directed by Brother Aquin. Both these groups are responsible for the Concert given in the spring. Finally there is the Musical i pprc- elation Cour , on by Brother Patrick which is required of every freshman. HALF A CENTURYbThat is the mag- nificent record of Brother Simon. Band Director at the Mount. Daily and vigorously from early mom to late afternoon he continues to instruct and train students in all phases of band work. We're just amazed! FLAG BEARERSw-Michael Van Den Branden, Gilbert Triplett, and Brian Hurst. GLEE CLUB Back Row: J. Lyles. J. Kutchcr, R. Jaworski, D. Pigarut, R- Kozlowski. M. 0125, J. Abrahams, R. Kantorski, R. Steigerwald. Second Row: E. Nelka, K. McDevitt, D. Kuh tik. R. Canb D. Michaelis, M. Bursey, R. Yakaxtis, A. Macccntelli, M. Sliwka. H. Becker, J. Smith, J. Fow- ler. J. Gcgner. First Row: K. Parent. M. Board. Brother Aquin, Directpr. R. Kemmer. Missing: N. Bronzert. . . . Music Sparkles BAND FINALEhGrads try a bit of hhjump." Back R w: J. Badger, J. Woodward, M. Przybylski. R. Wells. Second Row: C. Walker, J. Moore. A. Rabbitt. C. Sher. First 88 KEYSh nthony Hughes' interpretation of Rhapsody in Row: L. Harding. E. German. F. Simmons. V. Watch, R. C Maj r at the Spring Concert merited a splendid ovationh Fayette. H.M.S. PINAFOREhDan Pigarut heads the elopment scene as n the crew sings hCarefully on Tiptoe Stealing . . . PAT CULLEN Quill Co-Editor 3:. MIKE SCHMIDTMAN Quill COVEdiIOI' With . . . Pencils, Pens Paper, Paste, Patience, This Book Is Filled. t WAYNE RAY Mount Tower Editor JACK QUIRK Photogtapher JIM MILLER. . Mount Tower Typist Like every topflight high school of today, the Mount at-tivities are covered throughout the year by active, hust- ling newspaper and yearbook staffs. The former, the new:- papor entitled the Quill, is the direct result of the Journal- ism class under the direction of Brother Rohertus. Eight times a your this fine staff hrings t0 the attention of the student hotly the timely news and coverage of school life. The latter, the yearbook entitled the Tower, headed by Brothers Urban F 'uncis and Auhin, strives during: the year and especially at the close of the school year to collect in pictures the wonderful story of 0111? days in school. Zealous staffs and rich school spirit produce newspapers and yeurhooks lhal well reflect the atmosphere of Mt. St. Joe. WAITIN' IN THE RAlN-Quill and Yearbook staffmen and their pretty friends don't seem to mind the weather as they wait outside the Registration Building at the Villanova Press Conference. EYES OF ALLeThese patient photographers: Ron Sheely. Brother Aubin. and Jack Quirk ate the men behind the Cameras who make the stor of the year come to life. HOME MEETINGwMembers of visiting Yearbook staffs surround Mount Tower editor Wayne Ray as they compare notes at Yearbook Conference held here at the Mount recently. and the four hidden members, Wayne Leighty. Mike Schmidt- man. Tom O'Shaughnessy. and Leo Kossa, BOARD MEETING-eBrother Robettus and staff talking over the next issue of the Quill. Danny Pigatut. Gordon Frizzem. Dennis Faubert. Pat Cullen, Ed Schumacher. Jim Adamski: Those Debatable Issues Are A Thing Of The Past The school public speakers again copped their share of city-widc laurels. The debating corps was spearheaded hy Wiarron Donohue and Pat Cullen, the President and Treasurer of the Catholic Forensic League. Impressive this year was the extent to which underclassmen have adopted public speakihg, in- suring winning public speakers for the Mount in future years. REPLACEMENT - Enthusiastic. interested Bobby Vaeth well represents the type of speaker that is ready to "fill the shoes" of hue graduates such as Warren Donahue, Pat Cullen, and Mel Przybylski. DAILY CHOREePatient. painstaking detail checking before and after contest time, is the secret of success as Brother Kyrin's speaker corps confesses. Brother Kyrin is rightly proud of the splendid record of achievements that Mt. St. Joe speakers have established throughout the city and state. DOUBLE WINNEReStaIe champ. Warren Donahue, completed his high school career with distinction by becoming the Cham- pion in the Voice of Democracy Contest. and the winner of the Hearst Oratorical Contest to represent Maryland, Washington. and Delaware in the New York Eastern Seaboard Contest where he was Runner-Up. CITY CHAMPePeppery Pat Cullen thrill- ingly completed his final year at Mt. St. Joe by winning the American Legion Cham- pionship, and rating first place in Annual Alumni Oratorical Contest. TRAVELERSeYoung Bobby Vaeth, tal- lented sophomore. combined with veteran senior, Pat Cullen, under the guidance of Brother Kyrin. to tinish in the top eight of the 54 teams from all over the country competing at Pittsburgh in the Eastern Catholic Forensic League. CALIFORNIA BOUND- Amazing frosh, Ron Yakuitis, is here congratulated by Assistant Coach, Brother Martel, as he returns to school victorious from the District Optimist Contest at Rich- mond, Va., before packing to participate in the Optimist Finals in California in July. SPEAKERS CORPS These men speak for the Mount. Standing: M. Bursey, C. Sledz, R. Kozlowski. A. Polemka. S. Eugene Nelka, R. Yakaitis. M. Przybylski, W. Donahue, P. Cullen, B. ALUMNI AWARDS Headmaster Brother Placidus happily awards Mel Przybylski the Alumni Medal for Elocution as other win- ners. Warren Donahue and Pat Cullen. await theirs. Vaeth. Kneeling: J. Doherty, D. Shaden. D. Pigaru, J. Fastener, J. Fernandes. J. Butler, P. Middleton. ' A MW MSIMATWS HF 1m max HER mm mm: m 3mm: , HEADLINES . .. CHEERLEADERS GORDON FRIZZERA, MIKE OLES CAPTJ. GIL ZIEMSKI. WALT GRUZS. AND DICK RUSSELL VARSITY FOOTBALL WE l3 ..... . Valley Forge .. 32 ..... Archbishop Carroll 14 ............ Poly ...... 12 ............ City ...... 11L .......... Patterson ..... 21 ...... Calvert Hull 7 ........ .. Loyola ...... GAEL SIDELINESeThe field is jammed with thrilled rooters as St. Joe douses Cardinal hopes by a close 21-14 victory. Gael headlines were few as a green squad, faced with a difficult schedule, produced a very creditable Are Few record of four wins, two losses and one tie for the 55 season. The flashy running of Benzing and Merlo paced the Gaels to three victories and a tie A G S d in their first four games, but the Mountmen faltered s reen qua badly at the close of the season, losing two of the final three games. BREAKAWAY SPEEDSTERe-Vic Merlo cuts sharply upfield after taking the kickoff from Patterson as Renehan makes a futile attempt to overtake the Patterson tackler. Patterson had too much drive for us. A HEAP OF HEAP BIG MEN There's not much you can say about a picture like this, except one thing, there's a lotta Weight there." The game was between the Gaels and the Dons of Loyola. Loyola Hhad it." LOST ECHOES Though the new gym vibrated to music and cheers. led by MC. Joe Skudma, Patterson failed to be im- pressed. Final score: Patterson 32; St. Joe. 14. VARSITY FOOTBALL-Back Row: Walt Boan, Cliff Parry, Gerard Kordecki. Fred Nowacki, Mike Keech, Paul Homes. Fourth Row: Ron Lipps, Bill Clarke, Bob Bracken, John Dougherty, Phil Hyde, Tim Welsh, Coach Victor Wojcihovski. Third Row: Vince Merle, Joe Bach, Dan Schaden, Lou Hladky, Mike Hopkins, Dick Creamer. Bill Howard, Dennis Tully. Second Row: John Migliore. Bill White, Ron Campbell, Danny Ring, Frank Lancelotta, Mike Renehan, Walt Sikorski, Bob Dunnigan. Front Row: Don Benzing. Dick Murphy, Lee Fink. Bernie Jones, Gerry Hannon. Joe Curran, Gene Seybold, Earl Harden, John Grace. CUB TEAMgBack Row: Kenneth Jones, Norton Silcott, Eric Dom, Gilbert Triplett, Louis McWilliams, Gilbert Bielski, Thomas Dailey, John Strine Co-Captai10. Third Row: Brother Vernon, Wilson Helms, John Fischer, Ernie Bell, Ray Fernandez, Thomas Phoebus. Frank Cappelletti, Wayne Wood. Second Row: Brother Edgar, James Mohler, Hugh Daugherty. Joseph Potter. Edward Pietruska, Richard Walsh, Joseph Pointek. Front Row: Walter Rykiel, John Casey, Joseph Walega, James Rogers, Claude Mascari. William Ruskell, William Lom- bardi. Absent: John Myers CaptainL Gerald Deacon. Fred Ruff, Patrick Keehan. Eugene DiNisio. J.V. TEAM-Back Row: Dennis Corbett, Talbot Young, Robert Arashin, Richard Hughes, James Grove. James Starr, Dennis Sevens Manage0. Third Row: Gerard Wallner, Charles Conway, Garry Zentgraf, John Riley. Robert Eurice, Neal Drexel, John Dietz. Second Row: Mr. John Geppi CoachL William Alvather, Hugo Graneme, Joseph Sordillo. John Mathenn, Leroy Mc- Calie, Peter Alfred, Thomas Sut. First Row: Charles Graham. Fred Gercwa, Ray Silento, Thomas Barnes. Robert Cohill. SCOOTER MERLo Our hard-hitting back, Vince Marlo, was here spotted slicing off guard to upset the Loyola defense and rate the Gaels a glimpse of glory'bfeore the skies-feIl-in." J.V. FOOTBALL THEY Forest Park ......... 20 ............ City .. ........12 McDonogh ......... 28 Severn Culvert Hull Loyola Cilman ON THE PROWb-This time. it's Don Benzing off-to-the-races" at Washington. as the Gaels gave Archbishop Carroll a very de- pressing afternoon. EVERYTHING RIGHT The camera man is there: the team is pro- viding adequate protection; the Gaels are leading the proper set ring. as Don Schaefer smoothly lifts a spiralled punt into the air against Carroll. gm mm m m WW1 GAEL TEAM Fitst Row: Richard Chambers, Joseph Rogers. Randy Greer. Clyde Stokes. Guy Palmeri, Chas. Lindner. Robert Bonsall, Ronald Diese. Edward Corbi. Stephen Yovanov. Second Row: Wm. Allen Manage0. Lawrence Meiser. Robert Jaworski, Jos. Shalika, Arthur Paul, Carl Avara, John Jacobs, Norman Bronzert, Jerry Bracken. Bob Lewandowski, Don Wallenhorst. Third Row: Brother Luanus, Joseph Memo. Tom Steigelman. Bob Harvey, Jos. Nardini. Bob Bailey. James Kuyawa, Henry Payne. Gilbert Barker, Brother Aquinas. First Row: Ray Kollner Mng. Howard Beck, Hernan CherL boga, Bob Ichniowski, Mario Muyale. Edward McDonnell. Frank Bell. James Evans, John Ficca. Second Row: Victor Moore Mng, Anthony Quigly, Joseph Weiss. John Henn. Fancy Footwork Backfires . . . SOCCER WE THEY 1 ................... Towson Teachers ................... 3 0 ..................... Milford Mill ., .................. 1 1 ...................... Culonsville ...................... 4 3 ........................ City ......................... 0 1 ................ . ,. Calvert H2111 . , .................. 0 0 ..................... Navy Plebes ...................... 7 5 ....................... Park ........................ 1 2 ........................ Poly ........................ 1 1 .................... Patterson ....................... 3 2 .................. V V Mervo , . ................. .0 4..A. ............ ,.,. ,Cily, ..................... 1 0 .. .,.. .. . . V.., Culvert Hull . ...... V ........ 1 0 ........................ Park . .......... . ....... 1 2 ......... Poly ................. 2 2 . . ,. ....... . Johns Hopkins Frosh . . . . . V. . 1 2 ...................... Patterson . V ..... ...... . . . 3 4 VVVVV .. . . . .. . V . Mcl'vo . .V . .............. 0 PERFECT CONTROL Shy Tony Quigley ducking behind the Iiying sphere strides towards the opposition beautifully balanc- ing the ball with nose and chin It's legal!!! Jerry Beck. Kenneth Hartman. Egbar Julio. Louis Pinhero. Norvel Ward Mng. Third Row: John Plevyak, Edward Mack, Carroll Poetzel. Robert Borkowski, Kenneth Kasko, John Lewandowski, Elias Muyale, William Heinrich. Our fancy footwork was not enough as the Mount soccer team finished the season with a final record of eight wins, seven losses and one tie, thereby plac- ing third in Maryland Scholastic Association play. Despite their not-too-successful season, the squad placed four of their members on the All-Maryland teams. First team berths were awarded to Frank Bell and Elias Muyale, while Jerry Beck and Mario Mu-vale made the second team. SPACE MAN-F-Unable to stop the ground attack, goalie John Lewan- dowski takes to the air to break up the attack successfully. How Aboot This One! TEAMWORKeSouth American style gets its top endorsement from the play of the Muyale brothers, as Elias No. 20 heads the ball to his brother, Mario, No. 21. J.V.-First Row: Ray Kollner tMng, John Rolfes, August Warneckcr. James Francis. Gerard Poetzel. Al Guy. Dennis Ray, Rowland Morfc, Marco Montero. Second Row: Victor Moore tMng, George Sunderland, Sam Wenck, Ray Hemrich, George Hudson. John Ostrowski, Joseph Dernoga, John Bauerle, Robert Kemmer. Third Row: John Plevyak, Mario Eugui, Ray Strue bel, Michael Wroten, Joseph Eder, Richard McDonnell, Michael Vandebraden, NorveI Ward' eMgtJ. New Spirit Wins Respect As Veterans Highlight Action TOP MEN Athletic Director Brother Ricardus congratulates Ray Short for Winning the M.S.A. Best Player Award as Coaches Jack Roberts and Joe Tarr congratulate Ed McDon- nell and Bill Cilner for top playinrz. BOARD JUGGIJNG Bil1 Stout's on his way to the Forest Park goal via the board route if he can fake- out the opposition by another bounce off the boards, VARSITY ICE HOCKEY Back Row: Jack Roberts CoachL Edgar Bridges. Sullivan. Richard Schuesler, Joe Tart Uksst. Coachf Third Row: John Rolfes, Charles Weidenhammer. Bernard Janeska, Joseph Ruppert. Second Ro Melvin Maurer. William Gilner. John Layton, Bill Stout. Fits! Row: Conrad Erwin, Ed McDonnell, Raymond Short. Thomas Gill. J. V. HOCKEY TEAM Back Row: Jack Roberts CoachL John Saynuk. Louis Haber, Eugene Schultz, Joseph Tart UXsst. CoachlL Third Row: James Melody, Daniel Gilner. James Thompson. Ronald Nitsch. Second Row: Richard McDonnell. Trebell. Bernard Jancsko. Martin Stankis. First Row: Jack Myers. Stephen Wata. CAGE TROUBLEeThat spinning puck is defiected by goalie, John Layton. as Ray Short, Bill Gilner, and Ed McDonnell tie up the Calvert Hall forward. ICE HOCKE W E THEE 0 .......... Calvert Hall .......... 3 -::::.::...F0restPark .......... 3 Calvert Hall ........ Forest Park W3 Tahhed as pre-sea on dark ho , the donut ice. hockey team made 8 velal creditable performances although their final record read one win and seven losses. Ray Short was the ttanl7 leading sewer and was named the Most Valuahle Player in the league. Short was also named to the A11-Iaryland first team, while Bill Gilner received second team recognition. OLD TIMERS' GAMEeThe years are swift as Brother Ricardus is surrounded by the hockey stars that made St. Joe respected in years passed. Back Row: Tippy Larkin, Dick Dutton, Clar- ence Reisler, Wilmer Glick, Maurice Quill, Bucky LeCompte, Joe Smith, Jerry Wieman, John Condon. Jack Owens. Front Row: Jack Roberts, Norm Owens. Brother Ricardus. Eddie Connelly. Mil Beiler. Norby Harris. Joe Tart. Individuals T y Spotlight M.S.A. CHAMPION-aMike Cook. who won the unlimited Class M.S.A. championship at Hop- kins. is here surrounded by Joe Sagarella. Mike Dom and John Schene, following one of his seasonal wins at St. Joe. TECHNIQUEhMike Dom, topHight wrestler. here demonstrates in the midst of battle the proper operation if you want to pin an oppon- enthcomplete control. THE WRESTLING TEAMhBack Row: Patrick Hein, Charles Ei- senberg. Joe Sagarella. Michael Renehan. Joseph Vogelsang. An- thony Andrews. Fourth Row: Guy Palmiere, ........... Jer- ome Bracken. Charles Graham. Ronald Barnes, John Schcne iManageQ. Third Row: Eric Dom, Charles Ruff. Richard Russell, Frank Kearney. . . . . .. James Rogersi Second Row: John Riley. John Cohill. Michael Cook. Gary McNamara. William Leidner. First Row: Walter Gruzs. Francis Golbiewski. Robert Ziemski. Lee Fink. Mich- ael Dom. UNCOOPERATIVEP-Frank Kear- ney is finding his Gilman opponh en: a bit more stubborn than expected as he tries to get his shoulders down. A recapturing 0f the 01d chpi spark aided matmen in their endeavors for M.SA. recog- nition. The 556 grapplcrs boast an M.S.A. champ in Mike Cook, unlimited. WRESTLING V THEY l3 ..................... Poly ..................... 29 Southern McDonogh Mervo City Patterson Cilman Mount lunkmcn look the long sought MBA. crown 11y comploting their season with 21 per- fect record of twelve wins for league competi- tion. The Cavls also took 2nd place in tho National Catholic. TOP DIVERsPerfect winning form is displayed by Gordon Walker who makes this Hjack-knife" look so easysand it was for him. BUILDER OF CHAMPIONS$Coach Walt Hurley is caught here in one of his typical actionssclocking his water speedsters. Thanks to his contagious persevering guidance, 1 St. Joe Natators took over undisputed possession of the M.S.A. Championship. Tankmen Take Crown-M. S. A. Champions! M.S.A. CHAMPIONSsBack Row: Billy Bloom. Jack Howard. Patrick O'Donnell. Dick Murphy. Jack Gordon, Kenny Freimuth. Gene D'Amico. Front Row: Geralt Albrecht. Frank Grove, Bill McKenna. Paul Karpers. Hnrry Bloom. Joe Rolfcs, Henry Zerhusen, Ray Workman. SWIMMING I. WE THEY 63 . . . . Culvert Hull . . . . M 60 . . . Calvert Hall ..... 17 50. , .. , . City ........ 27 51, .. .... City ........ 23 58... ...,Merv0 i. ..... 17 65 . . Mcrvo iiiiiiii 12 56 ,. . Forest Park ..... 21 H . . . Forest Park . . . 32 66 ....... Poly . . ..... 10 60 ..... Poly . . ..... 15 1-1111. . McDonough ..... 32V; Mannough ..... 25 2,1514, An olf-ugain-OH-again team, these hoopsters played like champions at times and like 21 last-placo team at others. A h Victory over Calvert Hall sent them into the MS A. IinaL against Southern. The 00013, fighting gamely, didnt win a game. In tournament play the Mount fared just as poorly, losing two straight. Prospects for the .57 5 H011 are good as only one senior graduates from the starting; five. TaII-men Eye Bucket PRIVATE CHAMPIONS- Back Row: Coach, Victor Wojcihov- zing, Jerome Hannon. Joseph BaCh. Paul Cummings. Donald ski, Robert Dunnigan. Ronald Lipps. Robert Donn. Tlmothy Poole, Lawrence Wheeler. Welsh, Henry Wagner. Lawrence Altemus. George Schaeffer, Schwartz. Patrick McNaney. Second Row: Fred Grabau. Donald Ben- 'I ma; a.??.ma WE? $E4$$ . $ 3 BOXBALL PASSING-Paul Cummings and Tim Welsh initiate a game of boxball right outside the kcy" as stunned Towson Catholic are left Hout-in-the-cold." LOOK! BOTH HANDS The unusual drib- bling style mystifles opponents and sets George Schaeffer's hair on end as he cavorts in the center of the court. First Row: James Oliver, Edward WK: 215V , TEAM TRICKSTER-hScooting guard, Don Benzing. drives through to lay one up. as City man seems a mite surprised. ROADBLOCK-Ron Lipps and Henry Wag- ner set up roadblocks on the lane which traps the Owl player. A foul? Who knows? HIGH MAN-Tim Welsh. top scorer and M.S.A. All-Star. outmanuevers Barr Shethrone in seasonhs play to lay the ball literally Uin-the-basket."" JUMP SHOT-Bob Dotan. who burned the ropes through most of the season with his un- canny jump shots. here moves in for a close one to top tough Calvert Hall. VARSITY BASKETBALL r',.......... Hopkins. Frosh ........... T0 son Catholic . St. Jolnfs ........ Culvert Hall A chbishop Carroll Loyola Arrhb shop Carroll ........ - . . . , alvert Hall . . ........ 6i, PRIVATE SCHOOL PLAYOFF Gilman .t ........... 69 M A. PLAYOFF FROSH SPIRITe-All credit to our wonderful spirited Frosh led by Bill Lombardi. Walter Rykiel and Louis Ulsch who turned out with banners and tiny enthusiasm for the Calvert game to enable us to topple the Cardinals for the first time in two years and to lay tirst claim to the beautiful new Catholic Trophy. SCRAMBLEIeButch Hannon lends a healthy shoulder to dis- courage visiting Washington from disturbing Tim Welsh as Paul Cummings and Don Benzing await delivery of the bobbing ball. GAEL SQUAD Back Row: Pete Cook tManagerL Lawr- ence Meiser. Frank Himmel, James McGuire. Paul Smith. Wm. Bellistri. Brother Edgar. Front Row: Kenneth Jones. Carl Avara. John Killen. Frank Romeo. Dennis Cage. SPECIAL DELIVERY This air mail version of point de- livery is about to be grounded as City man lays an effective break on Tim's fiying aspirations. Loyola Friends Mcrvo Towson C1 .......... . . . City . . . . ,,,,,, Culvert Hull Southern Loyola Friends , x. Tostnglggsillglivn ,, V - J.V. SQUAD-Fitst Row: Leonard Wojcielchowskli. Manager: Culvert Hull . .. . '- Richard Hughes, Mace Keck, Andrew Manning. Rlchard Kohl- ' bopp. Francis Heiner. Second Row: Henry Payne, John Dietz. Eugene Corbett. Thomas Regan, John Lauer. John Frizzera, John Plevyak, Coach. SKY CLIMBERhPole vaulting Leo Decker. kept St. Joe's hopes soaring during the season as he pushed the bar height up to 11 ft., 6 in. VARSITY SQUADhFirst Row: Richard Fitzgerald. Robert Cohill. Lee Frick. John Henn, Joseph Vogelsang, Richard Murphy, Edward Ewers, Duncan Bosslet Second Row: Wm. Herberick, John Doherty, Robert Vacek. Richard Creamer, Donald Schisler. John Bannon. John Moorcones, Florian Wawrzyniak. John Saynuck. Third Row: Charles Cipriotti. Daniel Schaden, Wal- ter Sikorski, Duke Bracken, Mike Cook, LeRoy McCalie. Stanley Zaleski tCoachX Cinder season started in the fall under the con- stant watchfulncss of Brother Gavin as his boys hrvastcd the hills. lt dame into its own in the spring as Coach Zaleski reported for regular duty. The team was spread thin, but individuals were promis- ing. With the return of sprinters of the caliber of Duke B'ackcn, Vince Merle, Dick Murphy; pole- Vaulter L00 Decker; weightman Cliff Parry and Fran White; and high jumpers Walt Sikorski, Charles Cipriotti, and Don Schislerhthc squad im- proved with the season. 57 TAPE BREAKER h Unbeaten sprinter, Duke Bracken, tests the starting blocks prior to win- ning the M.S.A. Championships in both 100 yds. 2nd 220 yds. distances. Fleet Feet Pound POINT MENMBemard Zubrowski, ClitlE Party, and Don Bateman surround Coach Stan Zaleski as he checks the scoring sheet in our close meet with Mervo. ROUTINEI-Duke Bracken and Vince Merlo deE- nitc front runnersEbreak for the tape well out front of McDonogh, Sprint Men Score, Hurdles Fall . . . J.V. TEAM-Third Row: Brother Gavin, John Baptism, James Brooke. John Stranovsky, Charles Graham. John Wessel. Ronald Fayette, John Russell, Second Row: Charles chndell Manage0, Dennis Evans. John Minderline, Carl Zogarilla. Raymond Workman. Donald Sullivan, Michael Germany Reginald Wise. Christopher Russo UVIanageQ. First Row: Richard Walsh. John Walsh, Francis Capelv letti, Larry Wheeler. Joseph Sordillo. Ray Cilerito, John Lochary. Claude Mascari. TIMBERI Determined John Henn leaps for the top of the 7th high hurdle as his McDonogh opponent trails him. STRADDLERaCharles Cipriotti. one of a talented group of young high jumpers, here lays out in the roll which qualified him for the M.S.A. The team lost its first match to a strong City College team which went on 10 win the M.S.A. title. Poly and Forest Park were also victorious over the Mountmon but the Mount finished strong in defeating Calvert Hall and Towson Catholic. Frank Lancelotta. and Charles Smith were high point getters for the Mount team. Leo Francis for team shot. THE LINE UPeSemi-fmalist in M.S.A. playeoffs, Frank Lancelotta. uses his hot putter to Hcan a birdie." And Golfers Chase Birdies. GOLF TEAM-ank Lan- celotta, Tom Neubauer. Kahl McDevitt, and Bill Clen- denim join Coach Brother VARSITY BASEBALL-Back Row: Paul Koebrugge tiMnnagcrk Vernon Leimbach tiManageQ. Brother Luanus tCoachL John Scaldara, Frank Bell, Jerome Hannon, Bill Howard tManagerm Robert Jaworski tjManageO, John Plevyak tiCoachy Second Row: Paul Dangerfield, George Schaeffer, Tim Welsh, Donald Snyder. John Winkler. Wayne Ray, Jerry Kordecki. Louis Hladky. First Row: Donald Benzing. Garry Zentgraff. Ray Short. Nicholas Mazziott, Edward McDonnell, Pat Perry. Bernard Jones, Larry Wheeler. After a fast start the Int lpinglers bogged down and lost a pair of games 10 Loyo a and Calvert Hall 10 end all 110p Q of a title. Luck of clutch hitting and one steady pitcher were detrimental to the title hid. Bright spots were the play of All-Blaryland Don Benzin and soph pitcher Guy Kordecki. Diamqnd Men Lose Glitter QUIET CROWDtStrange as it seemed to us who had grown accustomed to Gael success on the diamond, this was a lean season in which there was little cause for joy. Tom Bell's appearance at the plate usually lifted our spirits. HOPEFUL ST tDon Benzing who made the M.S.A. All- State Team is here headed into first base as the gang on the bench begin to hope that the tide of luck is going to turn; J.V. BASEBALL -Back Row: Brother Clyde, John Smith. Andrew Man- CHECK POINT Big Don Snyder goes in the air ning. Anthony Luzzera, Donald Wallenhorst, Robert Bauerle, Brother Ver- to take the toss to put Loyola down and out. non. Second Row: Vernon Dorsey. Ralph Prete Manage0. Gene Corbett. Richard Hughes, Bob Hunter. Joe McDonald. Bruce McGeehan, Thomas Boyle Manage0. First Row: Tony Campagna, John Ahearn, Guy Pal- miere. John Killen. Tom Phoebus. Ernie Bell. Dennis Ed Srlmmzlvhvr. Hlmlvm Pn-siah-nl. inh'mhu'm suing qu-ukvr. kwfgf'; Mr. J. ';rynkims i1 :uul Mir. 13m Philihert Swlling x Hr. Jud Brown , Uwvslinglmum' uDrufling Hr. 3X iHizml D. igvr DuPont t'.'m-p1,:mtiuu. a mmwa? Ur. X 1H! lI-l 511m 30111912vrciu1 :Idrvrtising Hr. WWHLHII Hmnishhk 01in :Hqu .011 levmirul . Cv-nrgw Milly? Uwrry Unsln'tnlu ,leiv'irw ????:? ? Mg 55 Lupmin Jnrk l Jurilz firm! Guard Captain SCtthigh 3le .PXasuciuws Baltimurrz Polfm Acudmny Mr. U 1' Shari Irfe'vstil:glzmt .v Elwin". Atmn . Rt'ligiuus Vomlia Is 1 Mr. Fn'd Dugun Qchool LpPz-xkt . Cmnmittea wstinghom Lnrl Bernlmrdt, Director of Guidance: Com- - . ' nun FOURTH YEARLMEN . EDWARD c. SCHUMACHER '- President The stately Seniors reflect . . . upon the From, upon their rings, Senior cards and their last year at the Mount. They remember the classes, myriad home- work assignments, and the ever-present suit coats. They gloat 0701' the many Gael victories while they enjoy their final escape from jug. The stately Seniors Visualize . . . a new life, with traces of school tread leading to Other "Alma Matters." .- .I' i ' f I , e The statelv Seniors dishand . . . and ' ' " ' mmmiw ' ' w . . - - B. ANDREWS . . . i AVTHONY , yet possess for all tune the spirit of the x 1 ViCewPresia'en: W gsf Class Of '56. V PATRICK G. CULLEN Treasurer ' 9:: ngix? : 5,52 5 ' c fury mer " GERALD F. ABRECHT' General . . . St. UrsulaK . . . 'ilern swam for the num- tors 1,2.4 . . . pit w up on Lawrence Welk . . . picks Bur-B-Q . . . 64W7hy D0 F0015 Fall In Love" . . . biggest thrill? 2:42 bell . . . 2919 Hillcrcst Rd., 29. JOSEPH E. AHERN: Academic . . . Mon- astery . . . Ynu,re 1111 51100137 . Radio :md Lulin . . Thc Great Pre- tenderw Jane Russell. Pizza, Ray Bradbury . . . Irvington is the greatest . . . 324 Marylou Rd., 29. DAVID P. ALI'IGINI: General . . . SI. Rilzfs . . . Mounties 21nd J.V. football 1.2 . . . saves money as a hobby . . EgDHYCQ, follows QSpcedoo:5 Kim Novak. and football . . . 61 need some money" . . . 15 Leewny. 22. ANTHONY B. ANDREWS: Academic . . . St. Agnes . . . Andy75 and the class com- mittees . . . C.S.M.C. 1.2.3A . . . Senior and Junior officer . . . manager of wrestling 1.23.4 . . . Vicemresident of Science Club That s nqu, . . 6l03 Norlhdalu Rd., 28. JAMES H. ADAMSKI: Acmlvmic . . . SI. Anthonyk . . . Ski,7 7173.111er Editor 0f the Quill . . . drew poslers for 1110 Senior and Junior Committees . English and Brother A . . . Belly dancing and calling . . . 44-03 St. Thomas Ave" 6. Joslzru B. Ammo: General . . . Our Lady of Pompui . . . Senior Committee . . . Lilov" favors the Colts . . . Dorothy Mulmw . . . T 0reVer lhr1i11g . . . T0115 ol' Ravioli . . . H0wdy ClenW . . . picks dialing: us hobby . . .122 S. Eaton 51., 2'1. EDWARD G. Anoss: General . . . St. Ursulu's "Mooseu hears glovely 011079 . . . biggest thrill was graduation and prom . . . girls and more girls . . . lIey Jillerhurg' . . . 9613 Harding Ave., :14. FRANK R. ANGELOZZI: General . . . Our Lady of Lourdes . . . Varsity hockey 3 . . . J.V. 2 . . Diggity Bump5, . . biggest thrill passing . . . plays p0017 football . . . Speedo0 7 . . . 3504 Sequoia Ave.. 15. Class of 1956 66 DUDLEY C. AUDI General . . . SI. Mich- 11615, . . . J.V. football 2 . . . Resident varsity 4 . 1Iefs g0 fishin15, . 1 . Kappa Chi 3,4 . . . Oh, June . . . Creut- est is typing . . southern fried chicken tops . . . Oh that Benny Goodman . . . 16L0vcly Ont? . biggest thrill was graduation . . . Silver Spring, Md. DENNIS W. BAHR: Academic . . St. Brigid7s . . . s6Denny17 goes wild about mechanics, Lawrence Welk, Mamie Van Doren, and baseball . . . the Orioles rule on his list along with science, shrimp, and LongfeHow . . . Thrill of the years igruduation . . . 1016 S. Bouldin SL, 211. JEROME R. BECK: Academic . . . SI. Elizabeth7s . . . Varsity soccer 3A . . . 1jettya goes for soccer, algebra, sour beef and dumplings, and Charles Dickens . . . 2616 Fuirmounl Ave., 244. CLIFFORD S. BENNETT: Academic . . . SI. Johlfs . . . 11C1i517 rates hot rods, Jane Russell, football, physics, fried chicken. amd O'Henry as tops . . . biggest thrill was grudunlion . . . Frederick, Md. JOHN R. BADGER: Acmlmnic . . . Our Lady of Lourdes . . . 11.1.8." was varsity swimmer 2,3,4 . . . benchwurmer for resident footballers 4 . . member of Kappa Chi . 510111115 favors radio, swimming, chemistry, and Shakespeare . . . lriggesl thrill was defeating Cily twice in swimming meets . . . Belllesdzl, Md. RONALD C. BARNES: Academic . . . 5L Bencdicfs . . . 1gBoots" cuts up at St. Marlilfs C.Y.O. :md Arbutus chn Cen- ter . . . C.S.M.C. 3 . . . He favors Glenn Miller, radio, football, spaghetti, and Jack London . . Ronys biggest thrill was graduation . . 513 S. Brunswick SL, 23. FRANK C. BELL: General . . . St. Aloy- sius . . . Kappa Chi 3,4 . . . Frank played Varsity baseball 2,3.4 . . . Varsity soc- cer 3,41 . . . He favors Stan Kenton, buse- bull, lyping, and the Yanks . . . 61Y0u muuf7 . . . Leonardtown, Md. WAL'I'ER R. BERNARDZIKOWSKI: Aca- demic . . . SI. Katherine's . . . ;1C00kie7, ran truck 1,214 . . . He leans toward radio, Bill Haley, Debbie Reynolds. football, sour beef and Howard Peruse . . . biggest thrill was gelling a 100 in radio . 11Yeuh mmW . . 1202 N. Luzcrne Ave., 13. 67 NO REST6Brother Barton1s Hashing camera at school affairs has been a boon to yearbook produc- tion and a welcome relief to veteran faculty pho6 tographer. Brother Aubin. RAYMOND J. BERNARDINI: Academic . . . SI. Bcrnurdincis . . . iiRuy" really govw for hnsehall. Rivers Chambers. Gram: Kelly, C0115, history, chicken, and hEarth Angeli, . 'iThulK life" biggest thrill was Senior Prom 1004 Edmonson Aw" 29. ROBERT E. anlan: Academic . . . Blessed Sacrament . . . hBiddyi, played J.V. foullmll 2 favor: the Dorsey Brothers. Grace Kelly. husehull, Span- ish, 1mm, and Charles Dickens . . . has own dance lmnd . . . biggest thrill wus Senior Prom . . . 3954 Wilsliy Ave., 18. ROBERT M. BORROWSKI: Academic . . . Our Lady Of Mount Carmel . . . Vursily soccer mun 4. J.V. 2.3 . . . Junior Com- mittee G1301!" f'JVOI's p001. Stun Kenton, Cleveland Indians, radio, 5sz- ghetti. and Tennessee XViHiums . "thlll. me worryWS . . . 336 Mugnolis T012. 2!. E. CLARKE BOWIE: Academic . . . SI. Annis . . . iiBUO" was Varsity Imselnlll manager 2,3 . . . played frnsh baseball . . . 110, leans toward drumbeating, Law- rence W'clk, huselmll. Red 503;, Spanish. and E. A. P00 . . . i'hlims graduation was biggest thrill . . . 1812 Cuilfm'd Ave., 2. STEPHEN J. BERNHARDT: Academic . . . St. Mark h . . . i4Steve" plays pool in his spare lime and favors weightlifting, Maryland Turps, history, sleak, and Will Shakespeare . . . 1105 Frederick Rd., 28. DAVID W. BLOOMBERG: Academic . . . Ascension . . . icBluonW is :1 member of Kappa Sigma N11 . . . Leans toward Plymouths. Earl Boslic. football. the Colts, English, slcuk, and Mark Twain . . . Court jester 211 the Mount . . . 4507 Ridge AWL, 27. JOSEPH W. BOSIJ-ZY: Academic . . . Shrine of the Sacred Heart . . . i130? played Gael football 12 . . . He goes for radio, Rivers Chambers, Debbie Rey- nolds, basketball, Colts. English. and pizza pie . . . claims biggest thrill was seeing Mount heal Calvert Hall in 556 . giLetis heW . 3511 Spnulding Ave.. 15. EUGENE J. BRANAGAN: Commercial . . . St. Kulllerincis . iiBzmgii goes wild about girls, Kim Novak. football, NOU'O Dame, geometry, meal bulls; and Shakespeare . . t'iuims biggest thrill was graduation . . . iiHey dudsii . . . digs customized Ionds . . . 2908 Federal SL, 13. HAPPY CROWDhSenior members of the CSMC start the year off in colorful fashion by rating this fme pix with their dates at the f1rst dance of the year in the new gym. JOHN S. BREFFLE: General . . . Our Lady of Mount Carmel 11Bref7, favors creative art of painting, Stan Kenton, swimming, Macintoshas howling team, drawing, and steak . . . claims favorite author is Hank Williams and biggest thrill wus graduation 319 Miles Rd., 13. JOHN K. BRINKMAN: Academic . . . St. Thomas Aquinas . . . 14Butch99 leans to- ward fishing, Glenn Miller. Jane Russell, football, algebra, and steak . . . biggest thrill wus graduation . . . 2T00 muclfa . . . 3810 Roland Ave., 11. JOHN T. BROWN: Academic . . . St. Katherinees . . .Swimming 1,2 . . . basketball I . . 2Jack" favors girls, Earl Bostic. Esther Williams, football, Colts, Spanish, and Pope . . . rates graduation biggest thrill . . . 2Get outa t0wn77 . . . 2708 Mum SL, 13. MAURICE M. BURSEY: Academic . . . St. William of York . . . Debuting Society 3A . . . Elocution Contest 3,41 . . . VP. of Science Club 2,3. President 4 . . . President of Philatelic Society 3,44 . . . Glee Club 3,4 . . . Leo Davis in 67Room Service75 4 . . . biggest thrill was winning Latin Contest, 756 . . . 2Like 0n account7 as I always say, itas better late thzm never, if you know what 1 mean. dong! you sort 0W2 . . . 6'15 Plymouth BIL, 29. JAMES D. BYRNES: Academic . . . St. John the Evangelist . . . Soccer 3 . . . lists taxidermy us his hohhy . . . favor- ite sport is hunting . . . shortesl guy in the Senior Class . . . 1308 Hillmzm SL, 2. JOSEPH G. BRENDEL: Academic . . . St. Peter the Apostle . . Kappa Sigma Nu . . . Senior Class Committee . . . flee" favors Jackie Gleason, Liz Tay- lor, howling, Yankees, English, and shrimp . . . Betty . . . biggest thrill was graduation . . . 77Thut78 the breaks,7 . . . 120 S. Schroeder SL, 23. CHARLES B. BROWN: Academic . . . St. Ritaas . . . Glee Club 4 . . . favors all sports, Grace Kelly, Red Sox, French. steak, and J. F. Cooper . . . biggest thrill was watching M.S.A. basketball teams in 952 and 753 . . . 2G1ad to hear if, . . . 2612 Yorkway. 22. HOWARD F. BUFFINGTON: Academic . . . St. Marys . . . C.S.M.C. 3 . . . President of Sigma Theta Phi 4 . . . Decorations Committee . . . track hurdles 3.4 . . . :1 radio hug . . . WN3FEB . . . Howard favors track, radio and chemistry . . . 2Slide Ru1e7, . . . enjoys listening to 2Let9s G0 Stendy17 . biggest thrill was meeting Lee Bohanan . . . 5105 Underwood Rd., 12. RICHARD F. BUSCHMAN: Academic . . . St. Bernardinegs . biggest thrill-w passing Latin . . c1Ah! Yes75 . . . 2Aehtung79 with sauer kraut . . . 2Fee1 so goat?7 . . . Kim Novak . . . Math and the Colts head the list . . 3711 XVOodridge Rd., 29. HENRY J. CARLE: General . . . St. Ed- xmrtVs . . . 21311537 favors model build- ing, Benny Goodman, Grace Kelly, beagles, cream cheese, and 10cm: . . . biggest thrill was throwing Frank Cookerly over the railing . . . 2B100d77 . . . 2713 Riggs Ave., 16. Class of 1956 ANTHONY F. CAROZZA: Academic . . . Hails from St. Mary of Corrona . sports outside of school take up a large part of time. while Italian food, Glenn Miller, and going 10 parties occupy any ties that is left over . . . future plans loam toward Loyola College or :1 two- yeur stretch in Uncle Sam,s Army . . . biggest thrill will take place June 8, Graduation. WILLIAM H. CLARKE: Academic . . . Blessed Sacrament . . . C.S.M.C. 1,2 . . . J.V. football 1,2 . . Varsity 3,4 . . . managed J.V. baseball and basketball 1,2 . . . Varsity 3,4 . . . Ryken Club 12 . . . Kappa Chi 3,1 . . . Bill7s favor- ites include the Dorsey Brothers, Liz Taylor, and English . . 41What did you snyiw . . . Chevy Chase, 15. THOMAS B. COMES: Scientific Academic . . . Sl. Ceciliais . . . C.S.M.C. 2 . . . Cross Country 1 . . . 2Ben17 favors Benny Goodman, Dot Malone, basketball, Eng- lish, and smashed matzo in clam soup . . . biggest thrill was graduation . . . 1810 Popular Grove, 16. CHARLES M. COOK: Academic . . . St. Mark s . . . The aMayor" was a Varsity wrestler 2,3,4 . . he favors weight- lifting, Rivers Chambers, June Allyson, 2M00nlight Serenadef baseball, steak and spaghetti . . . Biggest thrill winning MSA Wrest- ling,y Championship . . . 201-A Clenmore, 28. FRANK M. COOKERLY, JR.: Academic . . . 0111' Lady of Perpetual Help . . . g1C00kie-jzu" favors f i r e f i g h t i n g , ' aSmokeyli Reid, Mara Corday, wTutti Fruiti? baseball, hot dogs, and Spun- i511 . . . biggest thrill was Poly game 755 . . . gThinkil 2026 Russell Ave., 7. . . . uThufs the breaks13 JOHN J. CLARK: Commercial . . . 0111' Lady of Good Counsel . . . C.S.M.C. 1,2 . . . J.V. track 2 . . J.V. soccer 1,2,3 . . . flazzai prefers Glenn Miller, Grace Kelly, soccer7 Orioles, and bookkeep- ing . . . biggest thrill was beating Cal- vert Hall and Senior Prom . . . 1460 Stevenson SL, 30. KARL R. COLLISON, JR.: Academic . . . St. Mary's . . . Karl managed J.V. base- ball zmd basketball, Varsity football 1,2 . . He prefers Glenn Miller., Janet Leigh, football, lamb chops, and his lwo-toned Chevy . . . Annapolis, Md. COLIN A. CONNOR: Scientific Academic . . . Blessed Sacrament . . . Colin favors Al Goodman, Susan Hayward, sailing, steak and Edgar Allen Poe . . . He pre- fers classical and contemporary music . . . 321 Charter Oak Ave., 12. RICHARD E. COOKE: Academic . . . St. Marks . . . giDuch was a member of the Senior Prom Committee and Kappa Sigma Nu . . . he prefers Benny Good- man, giSing, Sing, Singfl Kim Novak and steamed shrimp . . . biggest thrill was being a Senior . . . wlrummie,7 . . . 209 Blakeney Rd. RICHARD H. CREAMER: Academic . . .1 St. Bernurd75 . . . Senior Committee . . . .1.V. football 1 . Varsity football 4 . . . track, shotput 4 . . . J.V. bowling 3 . . . ilDickis,7 favorites include the Dor- sey Brothers, football, math, sour beef and dumplings . . biggest thrill was running for Senior Presidency . . . aYeu uinal wrong?7 . . . 616 E. 29th 51., 18. Class of 1956 PATRICK G. CULLEN: Academic . . . St. Williunfs . . . Quill co-editor 4 . . . chater 2,3,4 . . . Elocution 2,3,4 . . . Junior and Senior nHicer . . . Drumatics 3,4 . . . WKCW really digs going steady. Billy Vaughn, basketball, algebra, ham, zmd Jack London . . . claims biggest thrills were play and winning speaking medals . . . 'ztReally Teesqtte,, . . . 1626 Kirkwood Rd., 7. THOMAS M. DEBROUSE: General . . . St. Ambrose . . . ttDelW digs Jenifer Jones. Ray Anthony, atOnly Youf and Italian food . . . C.S:M.C. representative 1,2,3A . . . C.Y.O. . . . biggest thrill was see- ing baseball team beat the AH-Stars . . . 3317 St. Ambrose Ave., .15. HARRY L. DEMOSS: General . . . St. Marys . . . tnWinkw goes for Janet Leigh. football, Glen Miller, Mechanical Draw- ing. ttMount potatoes:, and the Terps . . . favorite saying, uYour motherW . . . biggest thrill was seeing Cuels in ac- tion . . . 500 Rossiter Ave" 12. MICHAEL R. DIETZ: General . . . St. Bcrnurdineis . . . hRorF . . . Crusader vice-prexy and representative 12,341 . . . wrestling team 2,3,4 . . . Senior Prom Committeeman . . . digs Terry Moore, Math, Poe. spaghetti and Peg . . . hig- gest thrill was receiving Archbisholfs Award for Crusade XVOI'k . . . 807 Wild- wood Pkwy., 29. DANIEL WI. DEAN: General . . . St. J0- seplfs Monastery . . . ttDunt9 played fresh-soph football in his serond year . . . rates hot rods, Kim Novak, fried chicken, Hunk Snow, and U. of M. tops . . . favorite szlyingtheckon 50h . . . Box $f44, Jessup, Md. CARL D. DEBUS: Scientific Academic . . . St. Clemenfs . . . cars, Debbie Reynolds. Glen Miller, chicken, Deep Purple and Mark Twain are tops on the list . . . gW'OLI aixft wrong9 . . . thrill was gradu- ation . . . 618 Washington Ave., 27. WILLIAM C. DIEHLMANN: General . . . St. Agnes . . . ttBill" favors football, steak, horses, Sixteen Tons, and Chris . . . a sailor . . Billts biggest thrill was graduation . . . wants to enter Merchant Marine Academy . . . 1 Button CL, Cnlonsville, 28. KENNETH J. DIGGINS: General . . . St. Ambrose . . . Ken has been in the hand 1,2,3A . . . Graduation is the big- gest thrill for him . . . Ranking high in Kelfs hook are English, roast beef, and the Cleveland Indians . . . His hobby is model airplanes while musical tendencies are to jazz and ttBlue Suede Shoef . . . 6136 Reisterstown Rd., 15. 7I IT'S LIKE THISwAlI board members talk at once as the Senior Social Committee puts heads together to plan a dance. FRANCIS N. DILLINGER: General . . . SI. Bornurdine's . . . doesnel like movies, sports or musiv . favorite food is dessert . . . '"Huhl." . . . 10071 Lyndhursl SI. JAMES J. DOHERTY: Az-mlenu'c . . . SI. Agnes . . . 11Jim" was :I Crusade repre- sentative 1.2 debuter 1,2,3A . . Elocution Contest 12.3.1 Junior Cnmmilleemnn . rules fishing, Bob Muisel, bascbuH. physlcs. and the Orioles us tops biggest thrill was gradu- ation and Senior Prom . . . 5407 01d Fl'cdcrivk Rd., 29. JAMES J. DONALD: Scientific Academic . . . St. Benedict's . . . sZombieaa was :1 Junior and Senior Commitlecmzm . . . Glee Cluh 3,4 . . . C.S.M.C. 2.3.21 . . . rules electronics, basketball, ice cream. and Loretta Young as tops . . . 31:0 favors Poe and 2The Great Pretender" . . . mg? . . . 501 Brunswick SL, 23. ROBERT H. Donn: Acmlemir . . . S1. Muryis' Govans . . . 211ml,a played J.V. basketball 1.2 Varsity hasketbuH 3.1 . . . J.V. football . . . biggest thrill was beating C311vert H811 in 756 . . . 11A11, Yos!" . . . 619 Radnor Ave., 12. ROBERT J. DILLOle General . . . SI. Elizahcllfs 21301111 was :1 J.V'. quarterback 3 . trackman 1.2 . . C.5.M.C. representative 1 . . . After 81-11001 Spcukerk Committeeman . . rules roller skating. Glen Miller, Doro- lhy Malone, Mechanical Drawing and spaghetti us tops . . . biggest thrill was scoring a touchdown against Severn . . . Es1111 Be Home" . . . 153 Robinson 51.. 21. JOHN W'. DOHERTY: General . . . Nu- livity . . . s1130111 played Varsity fom- bull 2,3,1 . . . resident basketball 3 . . . IV. 2 . . . vice-pl'esident of Kappa Chi . rules pool, 1001112111, Earl Bostic, sci- ence. June Grey as tops . . . 2Dig you Inter, sweet potato,5 6814 8 SL, N.XV., XVaShington 12, D. C. D. WARREN DONOIIUE: Classical Acu- tlomir . . . St. 1Vi11iumss . . . s11Vurrens7 was top debaler . Debuting Team 123,4 . . . Eloculion Contest 1,2,3,-1 . . . Omtorical Contest 1,2,3A . . . president of Debuting League . . . rates girls, Les Brown, Grace Kelly, baseball, and sleak us tops biggest thrill was being c1eoled Mayor, Governor of Boys1 State . . . 719 Brinkwood Rd., 29. MICHAEL A. DORN: Scientific Academic . . . St. Brigidk . . . 2Mikc,, was ace Varsity wrestler 1,243.4 . . . rates chem- istry, Liz Taylor, Edgar A. Poe. fool- Inlll. 21nd 1113 Rams us tops . . . gWVhOan got the Spunishiw . . . higgesl thrill was 1iving through junior and senior years . . . 1205 S. Clinton St., 24. GATHER 'ROUND2Evcrybody gets around the bandstand as they start to play the Alma Mater during the Senior Prom at the Emerson Ballroom. VICTOR J. DRACIN: Scicnlmc Academic . . . St. Wlillizlnfs . . . 111710", is partial to boating, football. trig. and Kim Novuk . . . played Cub football . track 4 . . . rates uDonal Step on My Blue Suede Shoes? Frank Amoss, and steak as tops . 11Dig? M31117, . . . graduation was biggest thrill . . . 610 Nottingham Rd., 29. JOSEPH W. FASTNER: Academic . . . A11 Saints . . 1 11Zip11 participated in Elocu- tion Contest 1 . 1The Great Pre- tenderf Guy Lomlmrdo and Jane Wyman rank high . . . Favorites include the Colts, Latin, and pizza pie . . . hobby is collecting records . . . uVa Va Voo" . . . 7116 Brompton Rd., 7. JOHN R. FISHER: Academic . . . St. Ambrose . . . 11Fish91 was on Pep Rally Committee and Senior Prom Committee . . . C.S.M.C. 3,4 . . . favors Hopkins, Notre Dame, and Seton . . . ranks Glenn Miller, Grace Kelly, and 1tstardust,9 . . . biggest thrills were Graduation Ball and Senior Prom . . . 5246 Linden Heights Ave., 15. GEORGE N. FLECKENSTEIN: General . . . St. Anthony of Padua . . . Senior Com- mittee . . . g1Jake1? hails from Carden- ville . . . St. Anlh011y7s C.Y.O. and baseball keep him busy . . . Rose and Grace Kelly catch his eye . . . likes nork chops and potatoes . . . 4413 LuSulle Ave., 6. ROBERT J. GALIZZO: Academic . . . As- cension . . . C.S.M.C. 1,2 . . being 1! real spaghetti lover. the Italian 11101301 ranks tops, on his list . . also rating high are Grace Kelly, Glenn Miller, and chemistry . . . Graduation nus tho biggest thri11 . . . 98 Wenh-hIi Ave., 27. JAMES H. EVANS: Academic . . . Our Lady Queen of Peace . . . A1.1im77 played J.V. soccer 3, Varsity 4t . . . Debbie Rey- nolds, Benny Goodman5 and 11Speedooi7 rank high . . . 41You better believe it17 . . . leans towards fried chicken, soccer, and the Yanks . . . hobby is collecting Sport Magazines . Box 268., Chase, Md. CALVIN J. FELTHOUSE: Business English . . . St. Ambrose . . . 11Culvin .137 . . . Senior Class representative . . . Senior Favor Committee . . . Glen Miller, Jane Russell. and WThe Poor People of Parish rank high . . . rates graduation as his biggest thrill at the Mount . . . 41663 grids and little fishes:a baseball . 3218 W. Beredere Ave., 15. DONALD C. FITZPATRICK: Academic . . . St. Elizabetlfs . . . footballiMounties 1 and J.V. 3 . . . freshmen baseball . . . baseball manager 3 . . . 11Fitz,1 digs Bill Halev, Notre Dame, and Mark Twain . . .vranks ttSweethearti, Grace Kelly. and typing high . . . Wroo Muchw . . . Winning J.V. football Championship was biggest thrill . . . 2308 E. Fayette SL. 25:. JOHN P. FRAZIER, JILZ Academic St. Bernard's . . . Band 1,2,3 . . . Senior and Junior Prom Committees . . C.S.M.C. 1,2,3A . . . 1tThan the way the cookie crumbles,7 . . . favors Debbie Reynolds: ggMan 0f Notof9 11nd chem- islrv . . . likes football, fried chicken. and. Poe . . . 2830 Loch Raven Rd.. 18. WILLIAM H. GARVEY: General . . . St. Marks . 15B00gie Billj? aside from girls likes golf, steak, and Jane Russell . . . biggest thrill was Senior Prom . . . uYou better lrelieve i191 . . . Glenn Miller and hThe Great Pretendely also rank high . . . favors football . . . 1 Uni- versity Ave", 28. Class of 1956 JOHN G. GEGNER: Academic . . . Sl. Bernzlrdineas . . Twittk 3,4 . . . Glee Club 3.4 . . . 2P0psii favors Jackie Glea- son. track, Math. and Grace Kelly . . . likes mashed potatoes, siShangri-Laai . . . and Michigan . . . g6Say Loveri5 . . . 703 Edgewood Stu, 29. EDWARD N. GERMAN: Academic . . . As- cension . . . iiEd7i is scientifically in- clined . . . Band 1.2.314 . . . Stamp Cluh5 vice-president 3,4 . . . Senior Commit- tee . . . favorites are Peggy Castle, 2The Great Pretenders, and chemistry . . . hobby is stump collecting. while favor- ite sport is basketball . . . 1712 Carroll Ave.. 27. JAMES P. GILMORE: Academic . . . St. MichaeYs . . . Grace Kelly, and Mary- land rank tops . . . biggest thrill was passing the physics course . . . iiYouire outai your mindyi . . . favorite song is 2Into the Night" . . . 3402 Northern Pkwy., 6. JOHN A. GRACE: Academic . . . St. Clem- entis . . . football, Gaels 1 . . . J.V. 3 . . , Varsity 4 . . . J.V. track 1 . . .1i hunting us his hobby . . . icItis Almost Tomorrowg, . . . greatest fun in the chemistry lab . . . aspires to Notre Dame . . . 3429 Washington Blvd., 27. WALTER M. GRUZS: Academic . . . Holy Rosary . . . Senior Class Committee, Senior Class Treasurer . . . Junior Dance Committee . . . Pep Rally Committee . . . cross country 1 . . . Class League 1 . . . wrestling 112 lb. class, 4 . . . my girl Jean . . ciYou better believe iti, . . CiLittle Brown Jug,a . . English, French, and French fried steak . . . 5111 S. Bethel SL, 31. JOHN A. GEPPI: Academic . . . St. Marys Govans . . . iiCeIW goes for Jane Rus- sell, sports, and especially Katherine . . . wants ,56 car . . . hobby is taxidermy . . . favorites include Cleveland, the Dorsey Brothers, and 16Such a Dayi, . . . biggest thrill was the Senior Prom . . . iiGot the homeworkTa . . . 1101 Wood- hourne Ave., 12. FREDERICK W. GILBART: Academic . . . St. Bernardineis . . . 2Fred17 likes the Colts. Rivers Chambers, and football . . . hohhy is howling . . . Religion and Costain also rank high . . . iiThink he- fm'e you act" . . biggest thrill was graduation . . . .524 N. London Ave., 29. WILLIAM A. GILNER: Academic . . . St. Marks . . . J.V. ice hockey 2 . . . Var- sity 3,4 . . . 213i11,si7 favorite sport is ice hockey . . . likes Glenn Miller, Grace Kelly, and iiAngels in the Sky,9 . . . favorite author is Ernest Hemingway . . . iiTough Lucki, . . 5 5. Beech- wood Ave., 28. WILLIAM D. CRAY: Academic . . . St. Marks . . . Science Club 2,3,4 . . . likes the loyal life of hunting and fishing . . . . . . favors Bill Haley and the strains of E;Dixie,i . . . 2Whatis this hitlw . . . 10 Bloomingdale Ave., 28. FRANK T. HASS: General . . . St. Domi- nic's . . . ran cross country 12 . . . Edgar Allen Poe and baseball provide variety of interests . . . record collect- ing . . . Pat Boone and Benny Goodman fun . . . $6Cet outai town,7 . . . 3615 Southern Ave.. 14. Class of 1956 JOHN J. HANDLEY: Academic . . . St. Dominick . . . "Jacki, favors swimming, especially at Ocean City . . . brags about his victory over physics . . . follows the New York Yankees . . . checks that sixth period economics as tops . . . 6100 Glen- ouk Ave.. 14. KENNETH F. HARTMAN: General . . . St. Elizabethis . . . Trm-k 1 . . . soccer 2.3,4 . . . this East Baltimore lad spends his spare time at Kampos . . . making All- Mm'yland Soccer rated as his No. 1 charge . . . 106 N. Glover SL, 24. EMIL W. HARTMANN: General . . . St. Joseplfs Monastery . . . GiHankii thin's 4F was crazy . . . the whole class thought he was a great actor . . . follows May Bush and spaghetti and meatball din- ners . . . 220 Denison SL, 29. WILLIAM J. HEINRICH: Az'ademic . . . St. Clementis . . . 6iBiIIi, was J.V. socccrito 2,3, Varsity 1 . . . his biggest thrill came with his big hit in GThe Haunted High Schooli, . . . remembers incom- parable German classes . . . always. luughini . . . 7912 E. 351h SL, 6. LAWRENCE R. HARDING: Svientific St. Thomas . . . iiLarry?7 chooses the hand as favorite subject . . . He,s :1 local Footer, pulling for the Colts . . . his big thrillgpzlssing chemistry for the first time . . . 3632 Beech AVC., 11. RAYMOND J. HARTMAN: Academic . . . Our Lady of Victory . . . iiRuyh likes architecture and girls . . . leans to the musical talents of Benny Goodman and itDreamii . . . he still cherks Debbie Reynolds, regardless . . . 1217 Circle Drive, 27. PATRICK E. HEIM: Academic . . . St. Ursulais . . . 6:PuU7 aided freshman buse- bull . . . Varsity wrestling manager 3.1 . . . his 100le taste ranks Imperial Crab. Ci16 Tons:3 Notre Dame, foothnll . 2815 Cub Hill 311., 3L LOUIS A. HEINRICHER: Az-mlemir Our Lady Queen of Peace . . . Varsity wrestling manager 2. Varsity football 3 Maryland U. hound . . . football and spaghetti . . . uGreat Pretendef7 biggest thrillicraduution . . . working on vars HHS spare time Chase, Md. HERE IT ISIAThe promenade after everybody has made his appearance. ing of the Alma Mater. Then the traditional sing- JOHN J. HENN: Academic . . . St. :Murkas . . . J.V. track 24, Varsity 3,4 . . . biggest surprise was getting moved up to Var- sity track in third year . . . future de- pends on radio ikills . . . 11 Blooming,- dttle Ave., 28. FRANKLIN E. HESS: Academic . . . Little Flower . . . iiFrnnk was, :1 C.S.M.C. representative 2.3 . . . associated with the 3little Flower Drum Corp? . . . iiOklahomuw 11nd June XVynlan . . . eagerly :mniled the coming of June, t56 . . . 3517 Purklzlwn Ave., 13. THOMAS E. HITSELBERGER: Academic . . . SI. Clementas . . . iiHilsi7 likes to play drums . . . always sounding OH in French t'htss . . . added talent to i1100111 Serviccw . . favorite subject is Eng,- lish . . . wonder why? . . . enjoyed reading Hmmrd P635675 short ones 207 First AWL, 27. XVADE T. HOBBS. Svionlific . . . 0111' Lady of Virtory . . . iiSuedeai hangs out :It Paulws Ice Cream Bar in Arbutus . . . Senior 0111' . . . Seton rutei his favor . . . driving DudT: hot Nash and the Junior Prom really thrilled him . . . 1107 Elmridge Ave", 29. WILLIAM J. HERBERICH: Scientific . . . Surred Heart of Mary . . . the iiDundulk TerroN, managed the Varsity truck 2.3.4 . . . Mr. W7i11i2nn Haley and draw- ing hoard 12ml; N0. 1 on giBiIPsei list of likes . . . iaThe Shuftia . . . 7002 Fail Ave., 24. MILTON A. HIPSLEY: General . . . St. Agnes . . . iiMiItii was a Senior Com- mittee member . . . Science Cluh 2 . . . thiVS purtiality toward sulmmrine sand- wiches 11nd Jane Russell, Eartha Kilt and drawing . . . 6iMuni9 . . . 4233 Stratford Rd., 28. Lows J. HLADKY: General . . . St. Katherineas . . . J.V. football 2, Varsity 3,4 . . . J.V. baseball 2. Varsity 3.4 . . . 1111011,, really likes sports . . . biggest thrill was making second honors once . . . has hopes for college . . . iiFire Home Fin? fun . . . 27H- Mura SL, 13. PAUL W. HOLMES: Academic . . . 51. Bcnediclas . . Varsity guard 4 . . . Senior Prom Committee member . . . LTIiW . . . Cogi Grunt and Audrey Meadmw . . . chemistry fun . . . dancing fills in as :1 hobby . . . this Oriole 1100- slcr lives alt . . . 2737 Wilkens AVC., 23. BETWEEN DANCEs-P. Cullen. W. Gruzs. M. 0195. W. O'Keefe. Senior Prom committecmcn, pose for the roving camera. JOHN C. HOLTGREFE: Academic . . . Sacred Heart . . . flack;a the well- dressed Highlandtownian . . . favorite silhjecteluneh . . . biggest thrill wzls graduation . . . Liz Taylor, steak, foot- ball and Stan Kenton . . . Wrough,a . . . taking up time and space . . . sleeping and eating . . . 3711 Foster Ave., 21. DENNIS M. HUDSON: Commercial . . . Star of the Sea . . . iiDeni7 pounded the keys for the Tower 4 . . . record col- lector . . Mary and swimming are favorites . . . fried chicken . . . Senior Prom answered his dancing likes . . . 1613 Jackson St., 30. WILLIAM A. IMBACH: Academic . . . St. Marks . . iiBillia favors the Colts, chemistry and fried chicken . . . spends most of his time on cars . . . Dave Brubeck fan, biggest thrill was gradua- lion . . . 526 Nottingham Rd., 29. ROBERT A. JACIIELSKI: Commercial . . . St. Brigidis . . . iiShultzii was an active member of the C.S.M.C, . . . favors Notrc Dame, football and Kim Novak . . . favorite subjectiofhce Practice . . . looks 10 the Air Force as a career after graduation . . . 619 S. Linwood Ave., 271'. BERNARD E. JONES: Commercial . . . St. Ambrose . . . 113.13, was Varsity foot- ball 2.3.4 . . . Varsity baseball 2,3,4 . . . Bernie is a school spirit man who favors Pimlico, steak, and the Yankees . . , 3111 Woodland Ave., 15. THOMAS J. HoszA: Scientific . . . Sacred Heart of Jesus . . . Senior Class Com- mittee . . . C.S.M.C. 1,2,3A . . . Mon- sieur 41Hose,9 . . . Caest une . . . the Colts and English are tops . . . Glenn Miller's 46Moonlight Serenadeai . . . sour beef and dumplings . . . 601 S. Kenwood Ave., 21.. JAMES A. HUNCELMANN: Commercial . . . St. Bernardine7s . . . C.S.M.C. 1,2,- 3,4 . . . i1Jin117 is a hot Ford owner . . . West Baltimore man who likes Kim Novzlk, pizza and Stan Kenton . . . :cHey Pepsi, . . . second period office practice . . . 519 Normandy Ave.7 29. ROBERT A. ICHNIOWSKI: Academic . . . St. Brigidk . . . 6cIch11 was a soccer star 2,3,4 . . . favors Math, Joan, the Colts, and Doris Day . . . biggest thrill was the Prom zmd graduation . . . c1Cot it, get it. goneii . . . 724 S. Ellwood Ave., 24. FERDINAND W. JAWORSKI: Academic . . . St. Palrickis , . . sTretr7 was a member of the band 1,2,3A . . . favors Colts. Count Basie7 and girls . . . English and Math are his favorite subjects . . . 402 S. XVolfe St.a 31. JOSEPH H. JONES: General . . . St. .10- sephis Monastery . . . ionnesy11 is a Bill Haley fan who favors steak, the Colts. and Debbie Reynolds . . . biggest thrill was, graduation . . . 4900 StaHOrd SL, 29. Class of 1956 LOUIS B. JONES: Academic . . . St. Pat- rit-k7s . . . L1L0u7, likes football, money, and Glenn Miller . . . hopes to attend the Naval Academy . . . Science favorite subject . . t 119 S. Clinton St., 24. J. KENNETH KASKO: Academic . . . St. Patrickas . . . 61Ken7, is a resident stu- dent, member 01' the Kappa Chi, and secretary of Camera Club . . . favors chemistry, Kim Novakt and Tri". . . . Havre De Grace7 Md. THOMAS W. KENNEDY: Academic . . . St. MichaePs . . . 2Red many, was a resident from New York . . . member of Kappa Chi . . . played resident six- man and basketball 3,4 . . . favors Janet Leigh and Earl Bostic . . . 1-15 N. Main Stt, Warsaw 19 N. Y. THOMAS G. KLEINTA K: Commercial . . . St. Bernardinegs . . . Wrom,7 was an active C.S.M.C. member 1,2,3,4 . . . played J.V. football 2,3 . . . favors Eng- lish, Notre Dame and the horses . . . hopes to attend U. of M. . . . 404 N. Hilton SL, 29. LEO E. KOSSA: Academic . . . St. Greg- ory?s . . . 2Leow was an active Mount student . . . member of Senior Commit- tee, Vice-chairman 0f the Prom, an active member of the C.S.M.C. . . . busi- ness manager of the Quill, wrote for the Mount Tower . . . favors Math, Ann Blyth, and Michigan State . . . biggest thrill was receiving Archbishopas Award for work with the C.S.M.C. . . . hopes to attend Hopkins . . . 2116 N. Pulaski SL, 17. JAMES A. KANE: Academic . . . Our Lady of Perpetual He1p . . . ttJimaa favors radio and spends his spare time at it . . . Glenn Miller, the Indians, and baseball . . . 2619 Gwynndale Ave., 7. FRANCIS A. KELLY: Commercial . . . Sacred Heart . . . ttKena, was an active memher of C.S.M.C. 1,2,3A . . . J.V. football 12 . . . favors steak, Debbie Reynolds, and football . . . 2Whafs the matter, maniw . . . hopes to attend Hopkins . . . 929 S. Clinton SL, 24. JOHN F. KETTERING: Academic . . . St. Joseph Monastery . . . 2Jay71 is an active Mount booster Who favors Maryland, Math, and R. Martiri . . graduation was biggest thrill . . . 121 S. Augusta Ave", 29. FRANK R. LANCELOTTA, JIL: Scientimt Academic . . . St. Mark,s . . . g"Luigiw was member of Cub baseball 1 . . . Varsity wrestling 2 . . . Gael football 1 . . . J.V. 2 . . . Varsity football 3,4 . . . leans toward ravioli, Liz Taylor, Good- man trio . . 1 2Night Train1, . . 5416 Frederick Ave., 29. CARL E. KUNKEL: Academic . . . Our Lady of Mt. Carmel . . . member of the Senior Committee . . . favors chemistry in and out of the lab, photography, and discs by the Kenton man . . . 348 Mag- nolia Ten, 21. Class of 1956 RONALD D. Lxrps: Academic . . . St. John the Evangelist Varsity fool- bull 4 Varsity basketball 4 hRotW rules algebra, hChopinas Polon- nuisc'a . . . also likes Benny Goodman. Juno Allyson. lobsters . . . 2! Kappa Chi member . 274 Dill Ave., Frederick Md. LOUIS A. LOLLI: Calmnercial . . . St. Joseph Monastery . . . Yearbook Iypisl . . quuitf9 is :1 member of the hAngelW of West Baltimore . . . hThe Great PrelendeW . . . Ray Anthony . . . Grace Kelly mlcs high . . . enjoys beau- tiful girls and pizza . . . 2 S. Ahingmn Ave.. 29. JOHN T. LOVE. III: Gonoral . . . St. Marys . . . C.S.M.C. 152.354 . . . Junior Prom Committee . . . lists lacrosse and basketball as fuvorilv sports . . . also digs 25:1 25:1 Gulmr . . . hBlue Tango" . steak . . . Glenn Miller . . . 307 XVoodlmurne Ave., 12. JAMES E. McDoNNELL: Academic . St. Josephk Monaslcry . . . gWIuc" played Varsity ice hockey 3,4 and made All- Muryland squad 3 . . . Varsity sewer 4 . Varsity baseball 11 . . . favors Doris Day. Benny Goodman, and lurkey . . . biggest thrill was making All-Murylzmd squad . . . 387 Murydell Rd., 29. THOMAS E. LIHNGS'I'UA: Classical Aca- rlomic . . . St. Ursu uh: . . . Pep Rally Commiltev 4 . . . ice hockey J.VI 2 . . . Wrom" digs greenhouses . . . Doris Day . . . Manh. . . . Chicken the most . . . HilI-hillies rate high . . . g'If you say my . . . 3015 XVvoodhome Ave., 14. ANDREW J. LONG. III: Academic . Sucrvd Heart of Jesus . . . Drmnulics 4- . . . Mounties l . . . biggest thrill was graduation . . . English and lobsters arc favorites . . . goes for Crave Kelly . . . hTh? . . . Earl Bosliv . . . Colts . . . 639 Bvlnord Ave" 2L ROBERT E. LYNCH: General . . . Monas- tery . . . hSmilcy" has been an arrive mvmllcr in the C.S.M.C. 1.2.3.4 golf 2,1 . lunch and science rank billing ts favorite subjects . among hobbies listed are. working 011 curs. playing football and pulling away steak dinners musical world dominated by Rivers Chambers and 4hTho Croat thtltonderf7 FRANK J. MCGUIRE: Amdmnic . . . St. Rose of Lima . . . Frank enjoys steak, M.M.. and Lawrence W'clkas music . . . :1 .ttout Oriole fun . graduation was biggest lhrill . . . 505 Washburn Ave., 25. 79 WE'RE HAVING A BALL!-But it isn't the ball. it's the Senior Prom at intermission time and you're posing for the camera in the lobby. ROBERT E. MCNANEY: General . . . Sl. Markis 4130Ka was truck mam in junior year spends time playing pool . . . C011 fun . . prefers Dehbiv Reynolds. turkey. and typing: . . . 10 N. Tremont Rd.. 29. ANTHONY C. MACOLA: Academic . . . Holy Cross . . . Bowling 2,3 . . . iiAm" lists fishing. Glenn Miller, Elizabeth Taylor. the Great Pretender? hasa- hall. Detroit, and pork vhops us favor- ites . . . biggest thrill in $011001 came from first pep rally . . . 10 E. Hamburg SL. 30. RONALD M. MAHICR: Aradpmic . . . SI. Juromcis . . . iiROn,7 says that the tran- .:il strike, was biggest thrill . . lists foolbull. Colts, and Benny Goodman :15 favorite; . . . Susan Hayward . . . cWVhy Do F0015 Full 1n L0ve1, . . . French and spaghelti . . . 2708 Pierponl SL, 30. JACKSON P. MACNUS: Scientifi: Aca- demic . SI. Muryss, Covzlns . . Band 1.2.3 . . . W7rcslling 1,2 . . . Juzz enthusi- 3131 . . . c6Lu113hy 01' Birdland Normal. 51. Louis Cardinals. and typing; rate tops, along wilh steak and Count Bzhie . . . 711 Gillings Ave., 12. EDWARD V. MACK: General . . . Our Lady of Vii-tory . iWVickiei, played J.V. soccer 2,3 . . . Varsity 4 . . . hurdlcr on 1110 J.V. track team 3 . . Glenn Miller, Grace Kelly, rate high . largest exhilaration H graduation GHiloonlighl Serenade" . . . Colts. fool- hall. science . . . 1009 Beechfiuld Ave.. 29. I". LEON MMnumm: Svientific Academic . . . St. 1111"le . . . H11100505e is 21 member of the Potomac hund . . . Ryken Club 1.2 . Kuppu Chi 3.1 . . . Resident Varsity husohzlll 3 . . . holds photography. Glenn Miller, Sheree North, iiSixlcen Tonsf Mulh. and lumanzl cream pie in high regard . . . Rockville. Md. CHXRLES D. MAITII: Gvnpml . . . St. Ambrose . J.V. lmscbzlll 1.2 iiDunii digi vars, Jane Russell. and sleuks . . . favors lHlSCbiln, ciSpeedoof' and drawing biggest thrill was graduation . . . 11515 Orioles as favorite huschull leum . . 2829 VVuMorf Ave" 15. HAmm E. 1V1ARSHALL. JR.: Academic . Sacred Heart, Clyndon . . . Mount Tower worker Pep Rally Coni- millee . . . isTigcrai favors lhe musir of Benm Goodman . . . likes baseball and racing 11103-5051 . . spends most 01' his spare lime with a certain Doris . Baseball 1 1 Get ofiui my blue suede cur" . . . 39 Killers Lune, Owings. IT'S ABOUT TO STARTiThe happy seniors and their dates are assembling for the promenade. JERRY A. MARX: Scientific Academic . . . Little F10wer . . . Cub Football . . . Freshman Baseball . . . J.V. bowl- ing 3 . . . 11Thut15 A11" . . . Mediums on Kim Novuk . . . gNinely-Ninc Year? . . . favorite dish" submarines . . . pur- liul lo the Colts and Chemistry . . . 3515 Kenyon Ave., 13. MELxIN L. MAURER: General . . . Holy Cross . . . Hockey 3,4 . . . luck 1 . . . likes Kim Novnk, spaghetti and meal- b11115 . . . hobby-Wsuving money . . . 16Pel M611, . . . biggest thrill was svor- ing first goal on the Varsity hockey team . . . 61Cut i1 ouf9 . . 1121 Wil- 1ium SL, 30. ROBERT A. MILLER: Academic . . . Little Flower . . 11130117, was a member of Senior Committee . . . rates the C0118. Glenn Miller, and fried chicken as his favorites . . . hopes to attend Hopkins . . . 3016 Brendan AV'C., 13. RAYMOND E. MORAN: General . . . Blessed Sacrament . . . Soccer 1 . . . 61Moe,1 favors Dixieland . . . likes trips to Capital and Ocean City . . . wants 10 be an engineer . . . lean: towards Sophia Loren, egg role . . . 551 E. 38111 St.., 18. MARIO M. MUYALE: Scientific Academic . . . San Francisco . . . Varsity soccer 2,3.4- . . . chemistry rates highest . . . 111 don,t cure" . . . those Sunday steaks for lunch . . . likes, Ava Gardner . . . 4cStormy VVeathef7 . . . 161 N11 taluslraut, Aruba, D.W.1. RONALD C. MASON: Classical Academic . . . SI. Anthonyie . . . Varsity basket- ball manager 3 . . . Varsity bowling manager 4 . . . 1gee you later, alligatoxp . . . 11R0n11 features spaghetti and meatballs . . . chemistry, the Dorsey Brothers, and Jane Russell . . . biggest thriHs were Senior Prom and gradua- tion . . . 4006 Frankford Ave., 6. JAMES H. MILLER: Commercial . . . St. Joseph's Monastery . . . 8:20 Club fan . . . member of C.S.M.C. 3,4 . . . key booster 0f Yearbook W'ork Corps 4 . . . the Colts, Glenn Miller, and fried chicken rate as his favorites . . . biggest thrill was Senior Prom . . . 27 N. Ella- mont SL, 29. JAMES W. MOORE: Commercial . . . St. Josephas Monastery . . . Band 1,2,3A . . . Mounties 1 . . . QgProfessor,a is partial to Kim Novuk, Stan Kenton . . . ccAr- listry in Rhyt11m11 and spaghetti are tops . . . biggest thrill was passing Senior English . . . 3150 finds time to volleot records . . . 79 N. Culver SL, 29. ALBERT A. MUEHLBERGER: Classical Aca- demic . . . Sacred Heart of Jesus . . . Poster Committee member for Junior Prom . . . Vocation Poster Committee . . . 1;A1,1 favors Shelley Winters . . . 11No Not Murh,7 . . . biggest thrill was seeing Culvert Hull beaten for Catholic title . . . 712 5. Dean SL. 21:. THOMAS E. NEUBAUER: Academic . . . Little Flower . . . 4Tan?7 is a 4 year golf man . . . digs astronomy, chemistry, and stamps . . . aVVIMIL you trying to prove. the earth is a square??, . . . approves Mitch Miller, Cleveland In- dians. and Poe . . . 3416 Dudley Ave., 13. Class of 1956 ROBERT S. NICHOLS: Commercial . . . Monastery . . . Mounties 1 . . . 2Great jump7cn tornytoads,a . . . C.S.M.C. man . . . favors driving, swimming and girls . . . uNick77 hopes biggest thrill gradu- ation . . . an Irvinglon man . . . Holy Name, C.Y.O., Altar Boy . . . 2429 Lou- don Ave., 29. WILLIAM D. NORRIS: Academic . . . St. Benediclas . . . baseball 1 . . . 2W'ilY9 prefers girls, Zsa Z521 Gabor, and steak . . . 2Get off my back, . . . biggest thrill was seeing the Gaels beat Patterson in 753 . . . football and baseball . . . 2The Great Pretenderva . . 2708 Wilkens Ave., 23. FREDERICK A. NOWACKI: Academic . . . Sacred Heart . . . 2Speedy9, . . . J.V. football 1:2 . . . Varsity 3,4 . . . favors Hand Clapping, Polish sausage, Les Baxter, and Kim Novak . . . cW'ou got me? . . . biggest thrill beating Loyola for Catholic Championship in football . . . Box 27A, Fullerton, Md. WILLIAM F. OiKEEFE: Academic . . . Blessed Sacrament . . . Football, resi- dent Varsity 2,3,4 . . . resident basket- ball, baseball, Varsity 2,3,4 . . . gWilIiegg . . . Spanish . . steak . . favorite song-2D Jango" . . . partial to Count Basie and Dorothy Malone . . . biggest exhilimli0n2graduation . 2840 5. Columbus 51., Arlington 6, Va. RONALD C. FAYETTE: Academic . . . St. Francis DeSalcs . . . Mounties 1 . . . resident Varsity 3,4 . . . Kappa Chi 3,4 . . . band 123,4 . . .C.S.M.C. . . . Ryken Club . . . All-Stale six man . . . favor- ite song-fDixieg, . . . biggest thrill2 graduation . . . Waterford, Va. JOHN K. NIEBERDING: Academic . . . Little Flower . . . Football 1 . . . works . . likes to tinker with radios and cars . . prefers Seton, football and Colts . . . Senior Prom and graduation . . . active member of 2Big 4,2 . . . favor- ite song-fBlue Slzlrw . . . 4375 Sheldon Ave", 6. DANIEL J. NOVAK: General . . . St. Casimiras . . . Truck 1 . . prefers 2Sixleen Ton? . . . Marilyn Monroe, basketball and Chicken Chow Mein . . . biggest thrill was lunch and the 2:42 hell . . . member of C.Y.O. . . . 2Dana7 . . . 3219 Elliot SL, 244. GEORGE W. OGLE: General . . . St. Ritaas . . . Track man . . . Glenn Miller, Kim Novuk, Sugar Jets, uCry Baby92 . . . hig- gest thrill was watching Dillinger wake up . . . 2N0 Kidding" . . . 96 Kemwny. 22. MICHAEL J. OLEs, JIL: Academic . . SI. Cnsimhjs 201iea7 says Grace Kelly, and chemistry rate tops with him . 2Willy" Shakespeare . . 2How ya' keenlw . . . cheerleader 2,3,4 . . . hobby 2 weird hats . . . dra- matics 3,4- . . . Glee Club 3, President 42 . . . Junior and Senior Class Commit- tees, Prom Committees, and Pep Rally Committee 7421 S. Linwood Ave.., 24. JAMES B. PERLETH: Academic . . . Sacred Heart, Glyndon . . . Quill l'e- porler 3 . . Exchange Editor 4 . . . 2Punclly7, likes basketball, Journalism, zmd the Red Sox . . . favors Glenn Miller and csMoonlight Serenade', . . . partial to Taneylown and Mary Alice . . . 2You ninal wrongs7 . . . Box 52, Owings Mills, Md. Class of 1956 PATRICK E. PERRY: Academic . . . St. Joseph9s Monastery . . . 3Pat3 is headed for Loyola . . . favors Math and fried chicken . J.V. baseball 2,3 . . . Varsity 4 . . . Notre Dame football fan . . . 4221 Vermont Ave,, 29. DONALD S. POOLE: Academic . . . St. Joseph3s Monastery . . . Junior Class Committee, Senior Prom Committee . . . cross country 2,3,4 . . . baseball 4 . . . J.V. basketball 2 . . . Varsity 3,4 . . . track 2 . . . 3Hey man" . . . 2Don55,7 biggest thrill was winning the M.S.A. 800-yd. run . . . spaghetti . . . Terry Moore, and Ray Anthony rate high . . . 4528 Pen Lucy Rd., 29. ANTHONY B. QUICLEY: Commercial . . . Our Lady of Good Counsel . . . Varsity soccer 2,3,4 . . . J.V. 1 . . . baseball 1 . . . 3D0n3t sweat it! dad?5 . . . Locust Point, Nat 3King3 Cole, I.N.D., and Marilyn Monroe rank high . . . biggest thrill;sc0ring only goal in soccer to 3heaf7 Calvert Hall . . . 1405 Hull SL, 30. JOHN E. QUIRK: Academic . . . St. Jo- seph7s Monastery . . . Quill staff 3,4 . . . Mount Tower stag 3,4 . . . Dramatics Club . . . 2.1343184 was on Junior and Senior Committeesn Chairman for Pro- gram and Ticket Committees for Prom and Graduation Ball . . . pizza pie and Ray Anthony . . . Mount photographer . . . 133 5. Hilton St., 29. BERNARD P. PIETRUSKI: Academic . . . St. Ritzlas . . . Bernie drives a 956 Vic- toria . . . favorite subjects are English, chemistry, and French . . . interests are centered around Dundalk, Fords, and Skeets . . . placed first in the Alumni Oratory Contest in 754 . . . 6704 Boston Ave., Md. MELVIN J. PRZYBYLSKI: Commercial . . . Holy Rosary . . . Elocution Contest 3,4 . . . band 123,4 . . .Senior Dance and Prom Committees . . . Speakeras Com- mittee . . . ggW'hds latelw . . . 2Murphy7, hails from happy Highlandtown . . . longs for 756 Mercury . . . member of the 2Rods3 . . . 2316 Foster Ave., 24, LEO V. QUINN: Academic . . . St. Agnes . . . Mount Tower staff 4 . . . 3Lee3 was :1 C.S.M.C. man . . . crazy 7bout Glenn Miller, Chevy's, and Pat . . . biggest thrillasenior year . . . usually seen in company of Ron Barnes and Bernie Pietruski . . . 130 VVeslowne Place, 29. ANTHONY W. RABBITT: Commercial . . . St. Patrickk . . . 3Dimplesaa played in hand 1,2,3,4 . . . h0bhy4collecling old records . . . favors football, bookkeep- ing and June Allyson . . . leans towards Glenn Milleras band . . . favorite food is Kruszczyki Kelbasa . . . biggest thrill was getting a 92 in English . . . 4LDon3t get smurf, . . . 2611 Eastern Ave., 24. 83 THE END4Headmaster Brother Placidus takes ad- vantage of his last omcial action as director of Mt. St. Joe's to congratulate both parents and gradu- ates. WAYNE A. RAY: Classical Academic . . . Sacred Heart of Jesus . . . Wayne was a member of Debating Team 1,2,3 . . . Editor-in-chief Of Mount Tower . . . participated in Debating and Oratoricnl Contest 1.2.3 . . . Varsity baseball 4 . . . biggest thrill was being chairman of yearbook panel Ill Villunovz . . . 1cBrulul17 . . . 614 S. Savage SL, 21. NORMAN J. RIPLEY: Academic . . . As- cension . . . 2Rip11 played J.V. ice hockey 1,2 . . . Varsity 3,1 . . . prefers Grace Kelly and Little Richard . . . hails from Arbutus and can a1ways be found in Paulk . . . thinks Trinity Prep and Jayne are the greatest . . . biggest thrill graduation . . . 5631 Oregon Ave., 27. JAMES T. ROEDER: Classical Academic . . . St. Murkfs . . . 11Tom55 hails from Catonsville and um always be found with Larry and Steg . . . President of St. Markk C.Y.O. . . . amateur radio enthusiast . . . baseball and golf are tops . . . 2NO joke71 . . . biggest thrill playing April f001 joke on Brother Aquin . . . 132 S Rolling Rd., 28. JOSEPH L. RUPPEm': Academic . . . Little Flower . . . 2Rupp1, was a bandman 1,2.3.-1- . . . Varsity hockey slur 3,4 . . . J.V. 1,2 . . . Cub football . . . rates music, Glenn Miller, ice hockey, chem- istry and tuna fish as tops . . . g1O.K. Imrduglc'e . . . biggest thrill was win- ning one hockey game in two years . . . 3306 Dudley Ave., 13. JOHN J. REYNOLDS: Classical Academic . . . St. Jeromek A . . 2.1. .77 played J.V. soccer 2 . . . Varsity swimming 3 . . . leans toward Grace Kelly, football, pickles, and chemistry . . . scYou long- hair,7 . . biggest thrill was German class . . . 1155 1V. Cross St., 30. DAVID E. ROEDER: Academic . . . St. Marks . . . 2Dave?7 really enjoys shrimp and baseball . . . favorite team7 Cleve- land Indians . . . a real wizzard at math . . . favorite orchestra, Glenn Miller . . . llollhyiminor auto repairs . . . 14Thatas the brenkf . . . biggest thrill was passing freshman year . . . 101 Melvin Ave., Catonsville, 28. EUGENE C. ROTTMANN: General . . . 14 Holy Martyrs . . . swimming 1,2 . . . 14SpIasheras2 favorite: include fast boats. chicken, Jane Russell, football, and Glenn Miller . . . 21 dorft know what to tell you,, . . . 126 5. Mount SL, 23. JOSEPH C. SANDA: Scientific Academic . . . Sacred Heart of Jesus . . . a$101117, digs tropical fish, Glenn Miller, base- ball, chemistry, and the Orioles . . . Science Club 2,3,4 . . . C.S.M.C. 2 . . . rates food and 61Moslly Marthzf, as tops . . . 211m hungryaa . . 1710 Rita Rd.., 22. BIG THRILL2Jim Doherty proudly receives from Monsignor Dugan the Alumni Pin awarded for exemplifying true Mount spirit. JOHN J. SAI'P: Comnmrciul . . . St. Bcnedicfs . . . 'Uohnniqfa is partial to records, Fred W'uring, June Wrymun, football, sleuk, and LA. Rams . . . typ- ing whiz . . . g 0f what use is poetry?7 . . . biggest thrill was graduation . . . 2677 W'ilkcns Ave., 23. JOHN A. SCALMRA: Academic . . . St. Bernardinws . . . Baseball 1 . . . ; 50:11- dru75 goos for Elizabeth Taylor, Englibh, and steak and onions . . . biggest thrill passing :1 chemislry lust . . . digs au- thors that dunk write plays . . . 4000 Woodridgc lhl., 29. FRANK L. SCHMIDT: Scientific Academic . . . St. James . . . C.S.M.C. 3 . . . 13111 011,7 likes Jamie, cars, and qu I Give My Heart 10 You,7 . . . claims his mnthcr sturvcs him . . . cgP11 nail you?7 . . . higgesl thrill was Senior Prom . . . 1503 Holbrook 5L, 2. F. STEPHEN ScIIULMEYER: Classical Academic . . . 51. Francis of Assisi . . . Steve7 wus football usher 4 . . . Billy Haley, Grace Kelly. and fried chicken are tops . . . also goes for football and lhc C0115 . . Lcl,s shag,j . . . 2205 Lake Avew 13. CHARLES J. SHER: Scientifw Academic . . . St. Thomas More . . . Kappa Chi 3,4 . . . Ryken Club 1,2 . . . Bunk 1,2,3A . . . Willinlw favors Hund Clappinfa, and Ann Francis . . . another spaghetti eater . . . cKeep cool man?, . . . soccer manager 2 . . . 319 S. Oakland SL, Ar- lington, Va. ANTHONY A. SAVAIJNA: General . . . St. Pallrivkas . . . 6'5le , likes chicken chow mein, Kim Novuk, and the Colts . . . 'Y0uqu gel yours,a . . . lists religion 115 tops . . . Ernest Hemingway and Bill Haley . . . EThu il ouW . . . 2141: S. Wolfe 51., 31. J. LAWRENCE SCHATZ: Academic . . . St. Murle . . . Lurry favors Colts, bus- kethull, um 34H Nile Long53 . . . base- ball 1 . . . howling 3,4 . . . thufs the bl'Oak5,, prefers chemistry and Kemp Malone . . . biggest thrill April foolis joke on Brother Aquin . . . 213 Beaumont Ave., 28. MICHAEL C. SCHMIDTMAN: Academic . . . Our Lady of Mount Carmel . . . Quill 51le 3,4 . . . Co-editor 4 . . . Senior Prom Chairman . . Sasha in R001n Servicew . . . Tower stle 3,4 . . . Holy Smokew . . la Francaise . . . Unclmined Melody? Colts, B-ball, and Catholic High are tops . . . 316 Mar- garet Ave., 21. EDWARD C. SCUMACHER: Academic . . . Sacred Heart . . . g3110.39, was Senior and Junior Class President . . . Sports Editor for Quill 4 . . . J.V. football 1 . . . resident Varsity 3,4 . . . J.V. bas- ketball l . . . resident Varsity 3,4 . . . J. V. track 1 . . . favors Virginia Mayo, Boston Pops, and fried chicken . . . 4915 16111 81., NJV., XVashinglon, D. C. RAYMOND C. SHORT: Academic . . . Ascension . . . Made All-Maryland and M.V.P. in hockey 4 . . . Whyy digs chemistry . . . hockey 1,2,3A . . . tennis 2 . . . active member of uBig 4,, . . . gSlick with the pucksler? . . . his big- gest thrill was making All-Maryland team . . . 5560 Dolores Ave., 27. Class of 1956 GERARD D. SIIUS'IER: Academic . Little F10wer.Digs 11356111111 Shakes- 11011113. 1nd chemisny . . .3Vot 11816 higzgcst th1i117t11ying to pass . . 111111y gms 1011C1n1e Ke11y 111111 Globe Trotters . 351mg Flam Mouliu Rouge" . 2752 Pclham Ave.. 13 JOSEPH T. SKL'DRNA: Academic . . . St. Bermudas AIl-Scholustic football McCormick Trophy winner . . . Thom McAn Trophy . . . All-Stale . . . 3N11n71 . C.S.1VI.C. 1.2.3.4 city-widc president . Junior 111111 Senior Committees . . . Junior 0111511 secretary . 3.11m,9 digs Ray Anthony. 1001111111, and German . 619 E. 29111 St" 13. CHARLES L. SMITH: General . . . St. P1111115 . . . Truck 2,3 . . fiChflrlie,7 roots for the g4Bi11111'591 . . . Partial to Hunk S11ow1-a11511nd music . . . plays a mean guital . .higgest thrill was getting five ninety-1011111 in Social Studies . 9.46 A111101tCl.,2. DON 1111 R. SNanER Arademic . . 11401111116131 Holy Name frat 1.2.34 .1. V hnscb 1111 2,V11151ty baseball 3. 4 . 'Big Don .01ioles 11nd gi1ls rule 111 favorites . . . Ray Anthony . . . Kim Novzlk 1221 0111 Frederick Ave.. 29. ALBERT W. SPAHN: Academic . . . Mon- 115te1y . . . Likes fried chicken and swimming ..PY011 cant win for 105- ing" . .higge1t 11161141310111 11nd grad- nation . . . Mihh Mi1ler . . . 3101 Slrit'khmd SL. 29. FREDERICK A. SIMMONS, 111.: Academic . St. U1151111fs . . . Band 1.2.3.11 . . . hockey 1 . 3Dizzyaa likes Glenn Miller, women, science. and M11111 . . . s4T111t1 the WM the 0111 111111 hops biggest thrill was wearing the school 1111" . .3311 Willoughby Rd.,14. PETER 1V. SLIFKER: Academic . . . Our Lady of Mt. Carmel . . . Hails from Essex . . . likes 311001: 111111 R011" . . favors crew cuts and water skies . . . 1 4gDry up will you93 . pizza pie . . . Harlem Globe Trotters . . . 129 Hamp- shire Rd.. 21. Lows M. SNIADACII: Scientific Academic . . . St. Patrickk Band 2.3 . . future pharmacist . 11110111, favors hunting, fishing, biology, chemistry, and food. uXVhat the 1180157 . . . 208 5. Ann 51.. 31. JOHN R. SOHN: Academic . . . St. Bene- dictis . . . Quill Staff 3.4 . . . D1111- 11111tics 3 . . . iiCOOdlyi, . biggest thrill Poly-SI. Joe football game of '55 . . 44Ug1i likes Grace Kelly, Glenn Miller and Meatloaf . . . ccUn1-h11ined Mclodyii . 2554 Frederick Ave., 23 CHARLES D. STANSBURY: Academic . . . St. Thomas Aquinas . . . 3Chuck3, favors the girls in 3whitei, from Seton High ggTl111tis the way the 01d hall houncesia . digs C01ts, fried chicken. and E. A. Poe . . . Holy Name man . . . 901 W. 331111 St., 11. Class of 1956 GOSH. BROTIIERIgThough Dick Cooke seems to protest rating the limelight. his friends are ready and waiting for Brother DePMll. DANIEL P. STANTON: Academic . . . SI. Bernardinek . . . Belongs to the class of society known as uham radio operatorsii . . . biggest thrilliputting radio station on the air social life is in and around Catonsville iiDanii likes Southern fried chicken. Grace Kelly and iiLovcly One" . . . 220 Westshire Rd., 29. WILLIAM A. STOUT: Academic . . . St. Rose of Lima . . iiHowas that grab you,7 . . . Details! . . . hockey 2,3,4 . . . 11Willyii digs Earl Bostic, ccOIlOIl'liI'S, and the fair sex . biggest thrillr- heating Patterson in football . . . C.S.M.C. 12,351 . . . 311 Rivervicw Rd., 25. LED J. TRAGESSER: Academic . . . Holy Trinity Six-man 3,4 favors Esther Williams, football. and turkey . . . also lists Notrc Dame and iiDrcamvi . . . biggest thrill was graduation . . . 11150 a member of Kappa Chi . . . 900 Chestnut St., Columbia, Pa. ROBERT E. TRIMPER: ScientMc Academic . . . St. Williamis . . . Active in CS.- M.C. 4, and Senior Dance Committee . . . 1130b,7 likes airplanes, Ray Anthony and Grace Kelly . rules baseball, Yankees and Barbecues . . . 4;Why Do Fools Fall in Lovely, . . . 406 Westshire Rd., 29. THOMAS H. STECMAN: Academic . . . St. Murle . . . hSteg" hails from Catons- Ville . . . Cubs 1 . . . cross country 3,4 . truck 2,34 . . . likes Joni James, Dixieland and hamburgers . . . looking forward to Loyola or the Air Force . . . 1516 Ridge Rd., 28. DONALD E. THOMPSON: Commercial . . . St. Paulas 411101115 was active in C.S.M.C. 1,2,344 . . . favors hunting and Dehhie Reynolds excels in Office practice . bookkeeping out of this world :llxsays ready with :1 smile . . . iiKnot-k it off" . . .1619 Ensor 5L, 2. KENNETH W. TRAI'P: Academic . . . Slur 0f the Sea . . . Science Club 2,3,1 . . . c1Kcnia was 0,1111; secretary 4 . . . goes for Ray Anthony, Esther WHIIiums, them" and football . . favors Colts. Eleanor, and fried chicken . tht outa henf7 . aspires to Loyola Of Maryland . .1605 Jackson St.7 30. ROBERT J. VACEK: Scientific Academic . . . Shrine of Little Flower . . . foot- hull . . . Mounties 1, Gaels 2 . . . fresh- man baseball 1 . . . Varsity track 3 . . . 413019 goes for Bill Haley, Jean Sim- mons and steak . . . biggest thrill was winning M.S.A. 400-yd. . . . 11Now Is the Houri, . . . 3660 Chesterfield Ave., 13. 87 DONALD R. VINCENT: Academic . . . St. Benedictas . . . Member of C.S.M.C. 2.3,4 . . . fauna t-onlrol line Hying, Len Baxter 21nd Jane Russell . . . also likes IOOIhulL math and turkey . . . biggest thrill uus Senior Prom . . . 111110187, . . . 1111 he a son of :1 guna, . . . 307 Mill- inglon Lane, 23. RICHARD C. WAGNER: Scientific Ava- domic . . . SI. Kulherinek . . . 111100157 graced SI. Kulherineas 14-16 basketball lcum and nus fullback 0n the Tomb- stonesa 1001112111 loam . . . numcs bowl- ing and lmskelhnll us his favorite sports . . . ambition is 10 1n: :1 1.8.31. mechanic . . . 1221 V. Milton Aveq 13. JOSEPH V. WAltcn: General . . . 81. J0- sephas Monastery . . . Band 12,34 . . . 1100,7 digs Count Basic and hSeptember in the Raina, . . . music . . . history . . . June Rllhell . . . ambition i5 10 he :I profcshionul musician . . . biggest thrill was graduation . . . 35 S. Hilton SL. 29. JOHN IV. WEBER: Academic . . . Little Flmxer . . . biggest thrill was the day Brother C31'i1 rang the cow hell . . . 1gSing, Sing. Sing" . . French rates high on 41.1110117371 11:1 . . . 111711 buy thaw . . . 3517 Elmley Ave., 13. HENRY J. VOELKER: Classical Academic . . . Shrine Of Little Flower . . . g11101115 lakes xsork us a hobby . . . prefers 1001112111, mulh and chicken . . . also goes for swimming zmd Colts . . . 1gD1m- guree Doll" favorite song . . . 11chion- nuires" favorite hzmd . . . J29 Dudley Ave.. 13. E. GORDO'A WALKER: Scientific Academic . . St. NIuryas . . Ryken Club 1,2 . . . Kappa Chi 3,1 . . . hand 123,4 . Ml. Tmmr 3,4 . . swimming 1,2,3,4 . . . biggest thrill xuls xdnning M IA. diving t'rtmn and making All-Amerlt-un high school team . s1Himm" likes swimming. vhemhlry. 21nd "KIOIIIe Burk My Love" . . . 309 1th 31., Laurel, Md. ROBERT T. Warm: Cvnorul . . . St. Bern- urtrs . . . C.S.M.C. . . . 11Spider7, goes for Charlie Chan . . . chop suey . . Kim Nomk . . member of Ashphall Angels Auto Club . . . 11Who15 got the Science,7 . . . favorite subject is religion . . . 1710 Ahholhlon SL, 13. FREDERICK T. WEINBERGER: Classical Amdemic . . . St. Anthonyas . . . 11Frilz" helonged lo the Science Club 3,4 . . . Junior and Senior Committees . . . he p1nyet1 110511 112150111111 and made the howling leum 3,4 . . . biggest lhrill was xxinning full scholarship to Loyola . . . 5612 Sunnncrfieltl Ave", 6. WE REMEMBERtBrothcr Aubin. invariably seen burdened with his camera during our four years at the Mount. here takes a deserved break at our Senior Prom and wonders how many times he has flashed that camera just in our short reign. 1 ROBERT A. WEICMAN: Commercial . . . St. Agnes . . . Frosh baseball . . . soc- cer 2 . . . 2erig" digs music especially by Benny Goodman . . . Grace Kelly . . . Blue Room . . . 31110 driving . . . history . . . Harlem Globetrotters . . . .czlk :md cnsIard pudding are other favorites . . . 610 N. Bend Bi, 29. JOSEPH C. WESTERMAN: General . . . St. Joseplfs Fullerton . . . 2.105, was a C.S.M.C. rep. 4 . . . belongs to the Puuy Hill Racing Team . . . likes stock cars . . . 2Cet out of here, mama: . . 8400 Beluir Rd, 6. FRANCIS X. WHITE: Scientific Academic . . . SI. Anthonyk . . . Junior and Senior Committees . . . Varsity football 3.4 . . . shotput and discus 273,4 . . . 2Fran77 favors painting, Glenn Miller, Grace Kelly, football, and meatloaf . . . WThutes a had break" . . . 40,11 Wfilke Ave, 6. NEWTON A. WILLIAMS: General . . . St. Markas . . . Newton thinks weightlift- ing, Grace Kelly, 41Cry Babyf auto racing, drawing, and roast beef are the most . . . 1909 Rolling Wood Rd., 28. JOHN T. WOODWARD: Academic . . . St. Josephk Monastery . . . Band 1,2,3,4 . . . 2Woody9, favors mathematics, Law- rence Welk, Kim Novak and Lisbon Antiqua . . . $1Love makes time pass; time makes love 131155,, . . . 726 Yale Ave., 29. ROBERT W. WELLS: Scientific Academic . . . St. Thomas Aquinas . . . 41130b,3 was C.S.M.C. rep. 1,2,3A . . . band 123,4 . . . St. Thomas Holy Name and C.Y.0. . . . biggest thrill was beating Patterson 25-0 . . . 3510 Hickory Ave., 11. LAWRENCE D. WHEELER: Classical Aca- demic . . . St. Agnes . . . 2Larrya, played .1.V. lmskethall 2 . . . Varsity 3,4 . . . Varsity baseball 4 . . . he was on the Junior Reception Committee . . . hig- gest thrill was gelling name in the paper for the Cilman game . . . 327 Small CL, 28. JAMES A. WILBOURNE: Commercial . . . St. Bernardineas . . . J.V. football 3 . . . 2Wil77 likes hunting, Ralph Marteri, foolhull, Grace Kelly and steak . . . biggest thrill was graduating . . . 2Send me u penny,, . . . 716 Denison SL, 29. JOHN H. WINKLER: Academic . . . St. Putrick7s . . . J.V. baseball 1, Varsity 2,3,4 . . . J.V. basketball 1,2 . . . Var- sity 3A . . . gWWinkf prefers Michigan Slate, Anita Eckherg, baseball and Glenn Miller . . . 41301 the Spanish homework77 . . . 1727 Cough SL, 31. BERNARD J. YATSONSKY: Academic . . . Holy Rosary . . . 2Berniegg belongs to the C.Y.0. and Weight-lifting Club 3,4 of Holy Rosary . . . he likes Glenn Miller, Shelly Winters, swimming, phy- sics and chicken . . . 501 N. Streeper SL, Class of 1956 EDGAR W. ZEPP, III: Scientific Academic . . . St. Louis . . . thddie,7 is a member of Zeta Phi Alpha 3,4 . . . model rail- roading is his hohhy . . . Junior Prom biggest thrill . . . Clarksville. Maryland. WILLIAM J. ZINKAND: Classical Acu- demic . . . St. Mal'yhs Govans . C.S.M.C. rep. 123,4 . . . hZinksh he- longed to the Science Club and Model Plane Club . . . biggest thrill was pass- ing chemistry 551 Benninghaus Rd., 12. GILBERT S. ZIEMSKI: General . . . St. CasmirVS . . . 6T;il,7 played guard on the Cubs . . . he was cheerleader 2,3,4 . . . member of St. CasmiFs C.Y.O. . biggest thrill was graduation . . . 3036 OgDonneIl SL, 24-. DANIEL J. ZIOLKOVVSKI: Scientific Aca- demic . . . St. Paurs . . . thekeh, played J.V. baseball 1,2 . . . Varsity wrestling 2,. , A . . . biggest thrill was being placed in the wrestling tournaments . . . likes T-hone steak and chemistry . . . 2139 Harford Rd., 18. SENIOR CLASS POLL Bast Scholar . . , . Maurice Bursey Best Dresser ............... Louis Lolli W103! Popular ........ Edward Schumacher Handsomvst ................. James Hungelnlan Best Athlete ..................... Joseph Skudrna IVirtivst ........................ David Bloomhel'g Noisivst ................... Thomas Hitselherger Sleppivst ....................... John Love Most Earnest ................... James Doherty Best Dancer ...................... Richard Cooke Hungricst ...................... Richard Creamer Earliest ........................ Anthony Andrews Latest .............................. John Fisher Best Orator .................... W'arren Donohue Best Actor ........................ Patrick Cullen Most Modest ..................... Joseph Skudrna Did Most for School ........... Edward Schumacher Most; Centlemanly ................. James Doherty Wlost Loyal .......................... John Quirk Soonosr to Marry .................. Thomas Hosza Niost Likely to Succeed ............ NIaurice Burscy Best Politician .................. Warren Donohue Peppiast ........................... Michael 0105 Tallest ........................ William Diehlman Shortest ........................... James Byrnes Hard Luck Boy ................... Joseph Ruppert Happiest .......................... Robert Lynch Best Mount Booster ................... XVa-vne Ray Hardest Worker ..................... John Frazier Best Naturvd .................... Richard Creamer Do you intend to enter College ................ 135 Which One? .......... Loyola - Maryland - Hopkins 3m memoriam KENNETH LExusiOur smiling. weIl-liked classmate ism struck down with polio in his sophomore your at the Mount. Guinely, he born this diHicult cross, lighting to return to the Mount he loved so loyully; hut. Cod, satisfied with his courage, claimed him in his fourth year. Remember his courage and loyalty zmd keep him often in your prayers. DREAMS REALIZEDhWith heartfelt thanks to pap ants and teachers. the Class of '56 gathers round for a last shout of laughter and jokes. as resplendent in summer tuxes and new-found pride they ready to receive their diplomas. their passports to newer horizons. Senior Prom... THE ALMA MATERtHCrC a few members of the Glee Club accompanied by their lovely dates give out with the old familiar phrases as Maurice Bursey plays. PROM FAVORhKitty Nekcr- vis patiently waits as YB editor, Wayne Ray, fastens the Prom Favor after the promenade. n mwu- a AN ENCHANTED EVENING Hcrc we catch the Mount en and their lovely dates almost floating on air to the dreamy melody of HMoonIight Serenade." Remembered Magic WE LOVE ITIw The charming dates of Bill Gilner. Fred Weinbergcr. Leo Kossa. and Jack Quirk mks time out to smile for the camera .7? SENIOR CLASS RITUAL-NSS" class officer Don Potter's pretty date. Pat Terzi. presents a bouquet of roses to Prexy Ed Schu- macher's lovely date. Gerry Hall. PROM CHAPERONStPrcsent for the occasion were: Brother Colombicre. Richard Kleintank. Mrs. Virginia Kleintank. Mrs. John Hosza. Mrs. and Mr. William Beck, Mrs. and Mr. John Kettering. Mrs. and Mr. John Sleepy. AND HERE YOU AREHThe familiar face of Brother Marcellus as he signs autograph against A1 Spahn's shoulder. THE BIG DEUCEtScnior Prexy Ed Schumacher and Chairman Mike Schmidt- man pose with their dates after these beauties received bouquets of roses. PRIVATE PARTYtThe beaming countenanccs of D. Poole. Holmes Hosza. J. Adamski. and D. Creamer reveal pride in their dates during intermission. u Of The Year? Top Social Soft music and the quiet shuffling of happy feet 011 the floor of the Emerson .. Ballroom concocted thc senion magical social event of the yezlrtthe Senior Prom. W 1th dreamy rhythm supplied by Bill ' 1isel5s orchestra. the aspiring graduates were sxsinging and swaying: around the spacious ballroom. . the night of nights drew too fast to a close, the tuxedoed men 01' the N ount began the grand promenade. PATIENCE, GIRLS--A m ment of waiting as the girls promenade for their lasting memory of the ,56 Prom, hthe favor." SWINGING COUPLE t- Tom Combs and his pretty date show us the technique of dancing as admiring spec- tators watch. TIME OUT-tCaught fresh- ing up, these pretty girls seem to have taken some time out for a little bit of relaxa- tion. AND HERE WE ARE-A drews. Trimper, OtKeefe, Przybylski, Donald, Frazier and pretty dates take time out to smile for the camera as the From draws to a close. Troopers Inaugura te Room Service Foollight shadows were cast by a well-balanced combination of stage vets and rookies, presentingr 'hRoom Service" for the enjoyment of their adequate audiences. This thrce-act comedy, which was based on a non-producing play producefs eHorts, saw vari- ous humorous situations arise, only to be capahly handled by the Mount thespians. Lighting improve- ments added to the audiencevs enjoyment of 64Room Service? HYES, WE DO HAVE BANANAS"eThis would be an appro- priate song for actors Cullen and 0195 in this particular scene. MEASLESeTony Finnerty and Pat Cullen play a game of poker with Maurice Bursey who has them under quarantine with a fake case of the Hred dots." EVEN EXCHANGE-NSasha" Schmidtman brings the hungry play crew a meal when uProducer" Cullen prom- ises him a part in his production. uPLEASE DON'T GOI'ChPat Cullen humbly begs Mau- rice Bursey, who threatens to sell his play to a rival producer. A REAL SOUTHERNERhSenator Blake, played by Andy Long. adds a bit of Texasmhumnr. in.;;hg.last act of the play. a h h ' TAKE IT OFFhThespian Mike 0185 does a grand job as the body guard, as he goes shirtless throughout most of the play. REHEARSAL-Readying an excellent performance of th00m Service," the play cast takes a minute out to relax. MOTHERS' EXECUTIVE BOARDhThe members are Mrs. R. Russell, Mrs. E. Mohler, a friend. Mrs. K. Collison, Mrs. R. Ritterman, Mrs. B. Kleintank, Mrs. M. Carson, Mrs. H. Arnold, President. MT. BOOSTERSeThis is only a part of that numerous group of St. Joe Mothers who so generously worked long. hard, and willingly at the Mothers' Club Bingo held at the Alcarez for the Xaverian Brothersy Houses of Training. Old Reliables . . . The ttMomsT held two successful affairs which contributed to the general welfare of the school. The profits from the Oyster Roast, which was a Father-Mother Club project, also went to the school. rrhe 44130115,?7 working in unison with the 44Momsfa made a huge success of the Cluhas Social. Thanks goes to the Fathers? Club for sponsoring the TTAfter School Talks37 The Alumni this year reached their 50th an- niversary and marked the occasion by a gala celebration at the Lord Baltimore Hotel under the direction of Prexy Ed Devanny, Joe McCor- mick and Leo Cary. The celebration featured a cocktail hour, a dinner, and dance, with music by the Debonnaires. About 250 guests were present. Papa, Mama, and Big Brother FATHERST EXECUTIVE BOARD-Following June elections these members met to outline next year's plans. Seated: Mr. Charles Wheeler tRetiring Presideno, Mr. Len Gunzelman tNew Presideno, Brother Colombiere, Mt. Max Williams, Mr. John Jennings. Standing: Mr. Wm. Beck, Mr. Joe Hain, Mr. John Kettering. Mr. John Killen, Mr. Wilmer Cady, Mr. Henry Voelker. tMr. Frank Kelly, Vice-President, was iIlJ ALUMNI ANNIVERSARY PLANNERseThesc are the men responsible in great part for the recognized success of Alumni Golden Anniversary here gathered round the prinv cipal enthusiast, Ed Devanny, President. His co-workers are Joe McCormick, Brother Leo Francis, and Leo Gary. TRAVELERS' TOUReUndet the chairmanship of Mrs. M. Carson. the members of the Mothers' Club sponsored two trips to scenic spots that delighted the spirited voyagers. FATHER-SON COMMUNION BREAKFAST-Chairman Wilmer Cady, '56 Prexy; Len Gunzelman, Henry Voelker, Father Zeitz, Bishop Sebastian, and 55 Prexy, Charles Wheeler, grace head table at Alcarez. MOTHERS' CLUB BINGO:Bingo caller volunteers from the Fathers' Club include Len Gunzelman, John Weigard, Ben Philibert. SPORT NIGHTePresident Charlie Wheeler is here Hanked by Brother Colombiere, and guests: Bailey 6055 and John Kellert who kindly honored the athletes of Mt. St. Joe and their proud dads by their personal presence and their humorous remarks. Alumni Anniversary PLACE OF HONOR-At the 50th Anniversary. the ofiicers and their wives or friends occupied the Head Table. They were Uight, fourth from tom : Brother Leo Francis, Mrs. and Mr. M. O'Hara, Mrs. and Mr. J. Broening. Brother Placidus. Father Adrian. CR, and at tright, bottomi : Brother Bartholomew, Prexy, Ed Devanny, and guest, Mrs. and Mr. J, Bateman, Mr. J. McCormick, and guest. VOCALIZIN9Bob Dunnigan and his date. Pat Szezepaniak. lead the Junior Class in the Alma Mater at the Junior Prom at the Maryland Yacht Club. HAPPY TIMESeA merry groupeClass of 57 pose for camera at Prom at M.Y.C. The Junior Prom -- MOUNT TRADITION-Ed Schumacher and Gerry Hall present to Duke Bracken and Margie Villano the traditional HBouquet of Roses" to '57 Class president. GOING STRONGeJohn Lewandowski, Tom O'Shaughnessy, and Gerry Dunnigan really live it up with their dates at the Junior Prom. CHITeCHAT-Trom O'Shaughnessy and Joyce Kasprzak, Ron Sheely and Gloria Saynuk take time out from the excitement of the From for a bit of conversation. POLKA TIMEeTom Donnelly and Pat Gavin seem to be having a gala time as they really go at it during the Prom. Putting together a mixture of beaming smiles, dreamy music, and beautiful girls, you have a happily contented Mountman on that night of all nightseJunior Prom night. OFF LIMITSeHHow was this taken?" UI don't know, but it sure looks good." This is the place where the girls tidy up before they go to meet their beauxs! BIG WHEELSe'57 Class officers pose for the "birdie" the night of the From. Left to Right: Paul Synan and Ethel Yingling. Brendan McLaughlin and Maggie Haspert, Duke Bracken and Margie Villano, Paul Cummings and Sue Schroeder. For Us, School Is Never Over WE DOOD ITIeBrother Kyrin and Duke Bracken rejoice over their team coming through as Hernan Chiraboga looks on. any ",9;anwa 'itnmx' xxrvv'v'vv'jtv SMILING PREXY$-Soph Ray Workman and t Senior Bill Rotterman. Prexys of Ryken and Kappa Chi, respectively. gaze through prize, winning Mt. Tower on couch in Kappa Chi. HOW TO PRINT A PAPEReThe resident camera club pays attention to guide, as they learn how the News Post is made. Interested members are A. Guy, F. Allen, K. Parent, F. Lyles, F. Barnes, and K. Kasko. A small but essential part of the student body are the hundred boys who reside at the Mount. These residents take part in all the school activities besides having their own social clubs and athletic program. Seniors and Juniors flnd diversion in Kappa Chi while Frosh and Sophs are Ryken Club members. WERE LEARNING Membcrs of the resident camera club learn how to thread f1lm rolls. Onlookers are F. Seigell, F. McNamara, P. Alford. B. Rounds. B. Gooch. T. Coyle, K. Scully. V RESIDENTS Back Row: William Allan Mgr3. Pat Keehan. T m Gazel. Dan Fogerty, John Gartland. Tim Welsh, Brother Barton. Front Row: Tyler Hatcher. Ray Ferrandez. Ken Scully. Mario Eugui. James Rogers, Tom Coyle. John Abrahams MgU. RESIDENT VARSITY-BASKETBALL Bach Row: William Clen- denin Mng. Edward Schumacher. Robert Bracken. William Clarke. George Kabus, Dudley Aud. Kenneth Kasko. Brother John. Front Row: Leon Magruder Mng. Peter Alford. Bernard Mc- Laughlin. W liam O'Keefe. Gerald Kordecki Daniel Schaden. Dennis Faubert. Record HG-EU SWINGING SOUNDS Kevin Ulizzw Parent. plays sweet as the record spins. Although the-' the days 01' the Senior your have rapidly Slipped I Now, as graduation boldly announces its coming and 0111. high school d' are 11111111 ed, 111011101105 of the past your float through our minds. These 111011101105 will 50011 fade us we take up our future tas b in 1110 walks of life which we wkh to 0111011. As we do 0111' hitch in the service or further our studies in college 01100 in a while our thoughts will bring us back to 01111 Senior 1 1r at 1110 Mount. JOURNEY'S ENDnSalulatorian Pat Cullen is discussing UWhy a Catholic Education" on the big Lyric Stage. Honored guests in; cluded Right Reverend John J. Duggan, Reverend Fenton Lembard and the Reverend Doctor McCormick. he Struggle's Over Graduation Day THIS IS ITI0Tbe proud parents of '56 Mount Grads await the beginning of the Mount's seventy-seventh commencement exercises. THE LAST ADDRESS-The Right Reverend John J. Dug- gan addresses the Graduates as the guest speaker of the night. HERE THEY COMEhLong lines of Mount Graduates parade down the Lyric aisles, to the stage as they begin UThe night of nights." CONGRATULATIONShThe Right Reverend John J. Dug- gan presents Frank Bell with his long-waited for diploma. GENTLEMAN. SCHOLAR. AND ATHLE hRay Short accepts from Rev. Duggan the Brother Eugene Trophy which he really deserved. BOOTY-Valedictorian Maurice Bursey walked 01? with so many awards and prizes that we can't put them all down without running over our limit. Congratulations to a line scholar with such a fme record. The Glory ,5 Ours DAY OF GLORYhJohn Winkler and Tom Hosza pause gladly with their lovely dates outside the Lyric on Graduation Night before entering to complete their high school career. Ine cidentally the proud dad in the white hat in the picture is Mr. Perry whose sixth son is being graduated from St. Joe. Rivers Chambers9 music and the rustling of formal gowns created the mood of the Senior Ball. In the ball- room of the Sheraton-Belvedere the Mountmen spent their last social even- ing as a group. A perfect ending to a successful evening for the graduates, the Ball provided the lighter side of Commencement Night. CONFUSION e The school photographers, Brother Aubin and Jack Quirk, seem to be caught in the middle of a confused conversation. LAST AFFAIReLou Hladky and Betty Schwarz- mann, John Fisher and Shirley Billet anxiously await the beginning of the fabulous Senior Ball. PROUD GRADUATES-Tablc No. 10 at the Sheraton Belvedere proudly displays the diplomas of the early- evening Graduates. A GRAND NIGHTHThese Mountmen and their dates cooperated beautifully with Brother Aubin for this glorious shot. GRACIOUS MOMENTS-The new college men carry themselves with an air of confidence that is a source of pride and amazement to their charming partners. l ummmw AWAIHJS o The John 5. Connor Award for General ExcellencevSZSDO MAURICE MOYER BURSEY e o The Doctor William L. Knoll Award and the Bausch and Lomh Award for i excellence in the Study Of SciencciMedul and $5.00. . VIAURICE MOYER BURSEY 0 The Notre Dame Club 01' Baltimore Award for excellence in Public Speaking T -Medal , ................................. DANIEL WARREN DONOHUE o The Brother Isidore Award for excellence in the study of ReligioneSSDO ..................................... LEO EDWARD KOSSA t o The Brother Edmund Award for excellence in the Study of Englishr-SSDO .............................................. JOHN THOMAS WOODWARD o The Julius Hofman Award for excellence in the study of GermaneMedal and Books ........................... FREDERICK THEODORE WEINBERGER o The Brother James Award for excellence in the Commercial Studies $5.00 .................................................... JOHN JOSEPH SAPP o The Brother Alvin Award for excellence in the Industrial Arts-SSDO Emu! CHARLES ROTTMANN o The Thomas Lardner Memorial Award for Service to the QuilleEESDO ......................................... ..;VIICHAEL CARL SCHMIDTMAN o The Paul DeKowzan Memorial Award for excellence in Journalisme-SShU ........................................... EDWARD CARSON SCHUMACHER o The Brother Eugene Trophy for the Outstanding Gentleman, Scholar, and AthleteeTrophy ............... . . . t . . . V . . .RAYMOND CHARLES SHORT o The Alumni Seal Award for Scholastic Prowess, cxtra-curricular achievement, and exceptional school spirit over 21 period 01' four yearsiSCul Award ........................................ . JAMES JOSEPH DOHERTY 0 The Mathematical Association of America Award for excellence in the Field of N'IathematicsAPlzlque ................. .VIAURICE IVIOYER BURSEY 0 The Fathersa Club Award for exceptional School Spirit over a period Of four yearse$25.00 ................................ PATRICK GILES CULLEN 0 The Alhambra Award for outstanding work in the Field of Catholic Ac- tioneModal .......... , ................. . JOSEPH THOMAS SKUDRNA o The National Merit Scholarship Award Wrinner. . . .MAIJRICE MOYER BURSEY o The National Merit Certificate WTinnel's .......... 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