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

 - Class of 1958

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Q ' 7' .Mw- "-T, .. 1 . D3 , - - f . ., 1-un., ,J ' . zazyxdff., ,LW ,Mk ,Wi ' - r ff -A. - ,.:,,. 5.534 Y'-is-.45 '.fir-ff , 'A-1 W '2f,f.-aa..-,T , N,. of R V L f+Pc1x?f, 3-.gre , 1 -f K ,Leg , ' ' 'f""w4f-.Wy-fn'T17 M ... ' L z, S- .T A,-HQ A 1:2-., ' V . . , P 1 I I ' . . . . - 1 f . . . . . .. . . . . . mom un T H1958 MUUNT TOWER . Q,-1:1 gig., 'a'...'ffg,fV,a HQ f T- ' 3,523 1"j:-",,.'r1 J. '2 1.-in V-rf f ' .I in as. A ff-zffwin1.-s...y:f 4, f x , 4 ,.p.. ,Q ,-,f,'1f'.-'- ' M, 345- ' .:Qfi8'. Abu H, ' ,, , .,,, ,W ,... - wif ts i I l X KK Mi' Y ...ahh 1 , fm-5 DEDICHTICH BRCTHER ERIC, C.F.X. It is to Brother Eric that we dedicate our 1958 Nlount Tower. If any MOllni Brother ever gave us, by his own life. a true picture of Saint Joseph. that is Brother Eric. For seventeen years here at the Nlount he befriended and inspired us, cur older brothers, our predecessors. as teacher, coach and Assistant Headmaster. This year he transferred to another mission in Louisville. The finger of the Lord brought him back to us in February, having touched him with serious illness. He died early in March, at the Nlount he loved so well. This year marked his Silver jubilee as a religious. Some would say he was struck down early. Mountmen who knew him would say he was not struck down, but was raised up-brought tm the Nlount of Transfiguration, rewarded perhaps a bit ahead of his time for his life of manly virtue. W'hile we pause to honor him and pray for him, we are thankful that Brother Eric came back to us to teach us the lessons in his death that he had lived and taught so well in his life. WORLD SHAPER. An old picture shows Brother Eric in his usual role as friend to freshmen. How many times he spoke the heartening word! How much time he gave encouraging us-to make ours a better, not just a faster, world! ,fl I ff' P f,., if! .Lei 44220, ,mi tb: I i X F 1 1 I 14 ,4 X x X V Q X . M fiji' I. ,fff 4 il . +224 1, .- - 3 ti 'f' BROTHER CONRAD C F X New to the Motlnt this year, Director of Studies Brother Conrad has done a very fine job organizing the school s schedules, mtegratmg the work of nearly forty teachers, dealing with the problems of over a thousand students and overseeing the many co curricular activities wht h have thelr impetus m this oflice Combining a slncere interest m the good of all Mouatmen with a firm control over the entire student body, Brother has already taught us the value of good order, cooperation, and industry f ' 3: v A X' ,ai 'ali f . ,,. BROTHER DISMAS C F X In his second year as Director of Residents, Brother Dlsmas saw to it that the many activities, ln and out of school, were programmed ln such a way as to benefit his students in the best way The Directors du 1 s added to his teaching schedule, never succe ded n swervmg hlm from the calm, kind firm but gentle manner through which he sought to teach his boys the most important things At the end of our last year at the Mount Brother Dlsmas terminated his time as Resident Director He is now in Rome where he IS pursuing an advanced degree ln theology at the Institute of esus Magister NA BROTHER MYRON C F X Brother My ron brings to his duties as treasurer a great Splflt of QHTICIQUCY and devotion If the multlfold actlvi ues at the Mount seem to course along smoothly, much of the credit must go to his otice, where good order, a mature sense of business and a forthright dedication to duty seem to be the chief lessons Brother would teach us Addea to this, we find him frequently speaking the word of encouragement which IS perhaps most needed at a particular time to various Mountmen BROTHER BARTEL C FX Our Athletic Director, Brother Bartel, assumed this office at midterm When Brother Rlcardus transferred to Keith Academy in Lowell Massachusetts, Brother Barrel sepped in and handled the duties of the office very well Endlessly involved ln mamtammg the gym naslum and all its equipment, scheduling the numerous actlvxtles of the department, and directing the various coaches ln their cuties, Brother has persisted in making the smiling, happy approach his way of handling all situations , reef' 'Q as , . . . , . . . .' -' K ' , ' '. ' ' :E , f . . . . . . .: . 4 . 2 i , . . J . l , , I , . . . , . . . , . . t . l . 1 . Y . . . - - 4 - . - . :MQ T l B ' m X-U jd ' , t xg s ysys s , t t u , ,ff - A f W 2 f 2594 A we s l l Rf f Brother Aquin, C.F.X. French, Glee Club, Chess Club, Xaverian Guild ffm, 4 3 gf A 1 X ". vf -'VI 'ff K 'O " -Q. Brother Bartel, C.F.X. Religion 4A, English, Guid- ance Department, Director of Athletics Brother Arthur, C.F.X. Cafeteria Brother Barton, C.F.X. Religion 3A, P.O.D., Eng- lish, Economics, Camera Club, Quill and Tower Pho- tography, Swimming Pool Brother Aubin, C.F.X. Solid Geometry, Trigonom- etry, College Algebra, Al- gebra, Mount Tower Pho- tography, Resident Study Hall ly' ' ,sz Brother Carey, C.F.X. Religion ZD, Algebra. Trig- onometry, -IV Football, JV Baseball Brother Aubrey, C.F.X. Religion 3B, Typing, Book- keeping, Shorthand, Resi- dent Study Hall , ,qw . IX QQ.-fi A! 7,1 A ft' -ff' Brother Clarence, C.F.X. Algebra HERE TOO, TIfT1E IS OF THE ESSENCE FACULTY FALCONS. Golden Jubilarians Brother Loyola and Brother Eustasius are among faculty members off for a flying inspection of Balti- more City. UA i Brother Ci lyde. f..l5.wX. Brother Cletus. C.l7.X. Religion 4C. l.atin. English. Canteen Resident Study Hall l ian' '..ffxl' K 3 N Brother dePorres. C.F.X. Religion 3E, E n g l i s h , Speech, Cub Football. Resi- dent Basketball, Golf, Ryken Club, Resident Study Hall N 5 . 41 13" -,. M-' ca '1 9. U' FD V1 U 5. : DI 3' F7 71 ?4 Problems of Democracy, Di- rector of Resident Students liruthei l.ulumh1ere. ful .X, Religion JA, Geometry, Campus Store. Bunk Store. Cntliolic Rexii-ss Cf.1inp.lign, liruther l,.lIlll.l!1. C,,l.X, Religion SID. Speech. ling- lish. Resident lntramurnls. Fathers' Club. Nlnthers' Resident Study Hall. Dur- Club, Resident Study Hall mitory f-vc' -- A gi " 'X 45 f l A 1 f i f 5 fx A- f f- st . ,, ,W J Brother Dominic, C.F.X. Religion 2C, Algebra, Me- chanical Drawing, Metal Shop, Athletic Department Business Manager, Resident Study Hall, Alumni Asso- ciation Brother Eugenius, C.F.X. Religion ZC, School Library Brother transferred to Leon ard Hall at midterm Q . ff' s""'f"4'i' I' ' " 5 ......ff' Brother Eustasius, C.F.X. Cafeteria Director Brother liidelis. C.Ii.X. Religion llf. Cient-ral Sci- eltfv. Senior Science. liiol- ogy. little Ciael liootball, Resident Intramurals. Dor- nlitory 7 K, l 4,4 my I 1 Jw 0 Brother Joachim, C.F.X. Religion IC, German, Ifng- lish, Resident Study Hall. Assistant to the Headmaster 36. Brother Kenriy, C.Ii.X. Religion IB. Algebra. Cafe- teria Prefect. ,IV Football. Freshman Baskethall. Resi- dent Softball. Resident Study' Hall THE END OI' A PIfRIfIiC'I' DAY. Brother Dominic waits to clieelc Brother Theophaneis plat. anti llrtrther .lordan fills in as Kihit7er. 1 ' X-'os 'N A 4 M 1 v.,lx Brother Gavin. C,F.X. Religion ID. l.atin, I-Iistory Brother lirancis Jerome. Director of Religious Ac Brother Francis. C.I7.X. C.l5.X. tivities. Cross Country. NIV Religion 2B. Biology. Resi- Religion ZG. History. School Track, Resident Study Hall dent Study Hall Iiibrarian Dormitory . f sk '549' K ' JK s ,kc ,puffs vi Brother jordan. C.F,X. Brother Julius. C.F.X. Brother Justin, C.F.X. Religion IA, History. Guid- Geometry. Senior Science, Physics, R c 5 i d r- nt Intra- ance Department. Mount Resident Intramurals, Kappa murals, Dormitory. Assist- Chaplet Nlalcers. Cafeteria Chi, Dormitory ant to the Resident Director Prefect, Resident Study Hall, .Assistant to the Headmaster THERE HRE SCHEDULES TO BE l'T1ET...PROfT1PTLY fb- J ,fa " AZ' 2 GOLDEN GREETINGS. Golden Jubilarians Brother Vic- torian and Brother Kostlca make the pose official as they greet each other on their jubilee day. Brother Kostka, C.F.X. Retired - Brother observed his Golden Jubilee as a Xaverian Brother in June 'x 3 'mf i Brother lVlaxin.us, C.F.X. R.I.P. Died in February, after Iqfty-two years as a Xaverian Brother Brother Kurt, C.l3.X. Religion ZE, Spanish, Nlod- erator of The Quill, Mem- ber - American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portugese, Sacristan 194' f I Qffff 'Z M, Q 1' I ' .40 Brother Nicodemus, C.F.X. Religion 2F, American His- tory, P.O.D., Public Speak- ing, Dormitory Brother Loyola. C.l7.X . Resident Prefecting - Brother ob- served his Golden jubilee as a Xaver- ian Brother in january. R.I.P. Died on May 8, 1958 Brother Kyrin, C.F.X. Religion -IF, English, Guid- ance Department, Debating and Oratory Coach, Chair- man - Baltimore Catholic Forensic League, Archdio- cesan Representative to Na- tional C a t h ol ic Forensic League 5 f--- - I A 22 hr' ki Brother Patrick, C.F.X. Religion BC, English, Pub- lic Speaking, Legion of De- cency, Detention, Resident Study Hall Brother lxlarcellus. C.l5.X. Chemistry. Radio, Activities Nloderator for Senior and junior Classes. Maryland Academy of Science, Klein- ber School Evaluation Com- mittee of Middle Atlantic State s Association. Sub- chairman of Committee on Chemical E d uc ation of American Chemical Society, National Science Teachers' Association, National Asso- ciation of Biology Teachers . A lu -.rf -, r- ' Brother Peter, C.F.X. Religion IG, Music Appre- ciation, Consumer Educa- tion Or anist i il HILHS 3 UJOULD HOT FIND THEITI LUHHTIHG In HHY lUH Brother Placid, C.F.X. Mechanical Drawing, Shop Math, Applied Math, Resi- dent Study Hall Brother Talbot, C.F.X. Religion SF, History, Talent Club, Cheerleaders, Soccer, Resident Intramurals. Book Lockers, Baltimore Youth Traffic Conference l J f lp -J I ...4 - Brother Vincentian, C.F.X. Religion 4E, Histo r y, P.O.D,. English. Brother came to the Nlount at the beginning of the second term ,C .Ls-23' Brother Robertus, C.F.X. Religion 4D Latin En lish v 1 2 v Mourrt Toner, Kappa Chi, D o r m i tio r y, Procurator, Poster Club Brother Theophane, C.F.X. Religion 4B, French, Latin, Classical League, National French Association Brother Walter, C.F.X. Activity Period 2A, Lunch Prefect, Faculty Librarian. School Regulator -,,,,.... .,....n-s::' Brother Simon, C.F.X. MSJC Band, Instrumental Instruction Brother Vernon, C.F.X. Brother Sylvan, C.F.X. Religion IF, Public Speak- ing, English, Little Gael Football, Resident JV Bas- ketball, Tennis, Ryken Club, Dormitory Brother Victorian, C.F.X. Religion IH, Algebra, Gen- Provincial Staff. Brother ob- eral Science, Assistant Ath- served his Golden Jubilee in letic Director, Dormitory June Mr. john Plevyak gig ' - m 1 .' ! is Mr. Stan Zaleski Shorthand, Typing, Varsity English, Varsity Football. and JV Soccer. -IV Basket- Track ball, Varsity Baseball, Di- rector-Camp Saint joseph Nlotlier Nl. .'XllFl'll-l. IJ.N'l.ll.R. Superior of the Sisters at the lVlount. fVlother's kind and gracious manner char- acterizes all that the Sisters direct here at school. .Qn xg. 1.3 '49 ,...,f- Sister M. Elwara. D.lVI.H.R. In charge of the Residents' Dining Room, Sister takes full advantage of the many opportunities given her to say the right nord of en- Couragement, the li a p p y word of praise. or the laughing word of hope. She is a bright spot in the boys' lives. Sister Nl. llustitula. lJ,5'l.l l.R Sister has heen at the Ylount for over twenty-five years. It falls to her to provide for the welfare ofthe Provincial Staff at 4409. lj ' fn- -44' Sister M. Dowina, D.M.H.R. Infirmarian for Brothers and boys. Sister does double duty caring for a group of older Brothers, lor residents down for the count. and for the hundreds of day hops who get class sick from time to time when their lessons may not be fully prepared. Sister N1.fl.irit.i. lI.Nl.ll.l?. Sister f,l.irit.i is responsihle for the school chapel, the altar and all the decorations for the various ceremonies. She also directs the Brothers' Dining Room. d Sister M. Facundina, D.lVl.H.R. Sister Facundina is Head Cook at the Mount and knows the school from top to hottom hy reason of her long tenure here. Sister oversees the complete kit- chen operation necessary to feed one hundred boys, fifty Brothers, eight Sisters and nine workers three times a day. Sister Nl. Hit-tg:-ra. lJ.N'l.H,R. Sister lin-tgera has ilu- happy joh-happy for us- of providing the sweet end of the meals, for bots and Brothers. Sister adds the gentle touch to all she does, , -4,-pcm 15499 ,,,... Sister M. jackobina, D.lVl.H.R. Sister Jackobina shares with Sister Facundina the tre- mendous work of directing kitchen actixities and pre- paring the many meals. A religious lady of great energy and generosity, Sister gives heart to many boys and Brothers by her cheerful and kindly manner. OUR DOITIHIH IS PECPLED BY... DAVGHTERS OF THF RE DEIj5lffR. The Nlount's hest blessing the Sisters of the Slost Holx Re deemer. gather before the Crucifix in their garden. DEVCJUT HND LUILLIDG UJORHERS -9-f x tx if I 'xi' I ff-fi 2 dl ,XLO Mrs Anne M Marclano Assistant to the Drrector of Studtes Mrs Marciano has the fine talent of comblnmg hrm dtsctpllne with gentle encouragement ln her office hs. - 434' vs 3 mf .3 35 .dit Mrs Mathtlda Anton Auxtltary to the Sisters Patient and faithful asstst ant to the Sisters Mrs Mary Bezold Secretary to the Headmaster and Assistant to the Treas urer Mrs Bezold blends a cheerful manner and an ad mtrable effictency Mrs Agnes Welsengoft Cafeteria Produces the de lnghtful meals whose aroma dtstracts the mornmg classes Mrs Ruth Qutclc Restdents Dmmg Room Mrs Qulclc adds the sure touch of gractousness and lundness to our ltves Mrs Ruth Hofmexster Cafeteria Frtendly and ener getlc asststant to Brother Eustastus Mr Walter Hurley Coach, MSJ Swnmmmg Team Long and devoted service has brought hrs teams to thexr present excel lent standing Mrs Eva Luedemann Auxlllary to the Slsters Fanthful and constant and t the Sisters m thetr many works 'LN F gfiglf UZ M eeii I Y a K C C' X '5 4 X. , I X g ,N C. 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X -4' . ww, V, -..i4"2?"L A , , Ag-f RICHARD F MURPHY reudent Other parts of this ye1rbook describe what Dick has accomplished Various mark hooks of the Brothers can tell what he has accom pllshed ln class Numerous newspaper columns can tell what he dld on thc field of competition But we the Class of 58 feel best able to tell what kind of a lVIountman he IS We chose htm as our Presxdent ftr two years and we would do lt again He has been our friend, our leader through four years If now, as we leave we re proud to be Mountmen part of xt IS due to htm The Mount is a better Mount, and we are better Mountmen, for having been with him' JOSEPH F VOGELSANG Vrce Prestdenl As V1cePresldent Joe has served Murphy and us cheerfully generously and energetxcally When he moves he moves with speed and vigor and the Class of 1958 has often benefited by hrs drive Adding a refining flavor to our acttvutles joe s artistic talents have left their impress You can read in the track pages about his strength and speed on the field We acknowledge here his strength and force as a leader and hts smcerlty and worth as a frxend LUORLD BEHTERS f fe gi 1 ,M fy! I I The duties of the semor class officers are few but Important The Presldent advises the students on the Senlor Class Glft He also, along with the Vlce President, lntroduces assembly speakers of various profession Tre1surer and Secretary are honomry tltles However, being elected as an officer is a hlgh honor The elected receives the endorsement of the ent1re senlor class He xs re garded as a leader 'md as one who over the perlocl of four years has contributed much to the school An honorary job yes But one that sxgnlfies many thmgs it 1 kfvr Q3 S re .i ,,Jit,i A If r it asm e' - I . P . ' . I - ' I . V I . . . . . - - . l I , - 3 ' , . , . . . V , . . . 1- . . . . , . . . ' ' . f ' . . . ' . A , I , . ' . . . , . . 1 ' 352' ' ' - "f5F.1.i.-l'fi.ff'f"f' .:.iffff1'2?f'fi1l2if-'? ?2:f5f:fiff21555,-sEFff?'1?'f': ,ssff A iii: 1s:1'f' i 1 V, : ggi .f 1 .'1'::. "'::I:":i3:.C:Iiii:IIii:23Q:11:5ii::5::i?::-:-iri:1:::':1-is'Z-if ' . -zz-1 :-gilt' 1 ' - 7 i .4 C, C- N , , . 1-5. 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Bob has heen hehind many scenes and has also heen front director at many others. zealous for all the lxlount has tried tn du. lioh has been a key man f-wr every minute of the four years. President of the Baltimore Catholic l7orensic league, Associate lfditor of the Tower. hlountnian with the highest average for the whole four years, energetic anal lively friend to stores of Nlnuntinen, Huh won an increase in our admiration and gratitude when he delivered that excellent Salutatnry Address at the Cumniencement. He hnished an outstanding Nlnunt career in a superb manner--and covered himself and us with glory that night. lVllCl'4lAEl. IAlVlPIlfRl Treasurer The lVlount's foremost nmdern art enthusiast, Quill lfditnr Mike Ianipieri was our treasurer. If he didn't handle too much movtey he did so many iither things that the listing would make long reading. Cheerful and friendly, Nlilce has the hne talent of turning any gathering into a hright and pleasant one. lfven standing still, he scents to he running-'intl he makes thnse aruuntl him want to run with hiin. The years would have been duller, the pastitnes would have heen less gay. the interests would have heen less refined, had Nlilce not heen une nf our classmates. That he was and that we chose hivn to he one of our leaders is :i snuree of satisfaction to us now. The Nlount is :t little more peppy and lively for lVlilce's having heen here. THATS ALL, FOLKS. Tom Slifker. Pat Coll, Rich Slurphy and their dates smile happily after a good time at the Tover's Christmas Dance. l .kq X 1 Qi J I, K ,YL'A f Qflffff ' si, JOHN JAMES ABRAHAMS: Saint Teresa . . . Varsity Tennis Manager 3 . . . Resident Camera Club Z-3, Secretary 4 . . . Glee Club 2-3-4 . . . Resident Reporter 3, Editor 4 . . . Spring Festival Committee 3 . . . 38 South Main Street, Port Deposit, ROBERT JOHN AHERN: Saint Augustine . l. . JV Baseball 2 . . . Box 3324, Montgomery Road, Elkridge 27. JOHN LANCE ALPIGINI: Saint Rita . . . Cross Country 1 . . . Track 1 . . . 15 Leeway, 22. LAWRENCE RICHARD ALTEMUS: Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrameni . . . Six Man Football 1 . . . JV Basketball 1 . . . Varsity 2-3, Captain 4 , . . JV Baseball 1 . , . Resident Softball 1-2 . . . Ryken Club 1-2 . . . Kappa Chi 3-4 . . . 3232 Ellicott Street, N.W., Washington 8, D. C. , .1 , 3 , ,Ag .11 Q fi N 9 I if 'ft 1:" 21. ,lx -ja-'P t Q' 1 ,te 4 -5 4' 'fgfi 1 fp, 'mu s 3' 'ii si 4 'f l 4,57 I ti " f it li i 1 0 ...ap- J HARRY ERNEST BAILEY: Saint Thomas Aquinas Basketball 2 , . Cross Country 1 . JV Track 1 . . Varsity 3 1312 Dellwood Avenue 11 ROBERT FRANCIS BAILEY: Saint Rita . . . Cub Football V Baseball Z 7014 Belclare Road 22 WILLIAM FRANCIS BARLAGE: Saint Matthew . . . 5914 Glen- kirk Road 12. THOMAS RAYMOND BARNES: Saint Francis De Sales . . . Cub Football . . . V Football Z . . . Varsity Ice Hockey 2 . . . Wrestling Z-3-4 . . . Resident Softball 1-2-3-4 . . . Band 1-2-3-4 . . . Camera Club 1-2 . . . Radio Club 3-4 . . . Ryken Club 1-2 . . . Kappa Chi 3-4 . . . Resident Reporter 4 . . . 206 Walston Avenue Salisbury. Alle, M SURPRISE!!! Frank Miceli presents a cake to Charles Reiter on the occasion of Cholly's seventeenth birthday. The pres- entation, witnessed by Jack Davis, took place at the Towcr's 2nd Annual Holiday Hop. ! JAMES LEROY BENZING Sacred Heart 0 Jesus Varsnt f V Soccer 4 JV B1slcetba1l 2 Varsxty 3 3103 Foster Avenue 24 RONALD THOMAS BLANCHARD Sam! Jerome Bowlmg Fresl1m1n Intmmurals Semor Committee Mount Tower 4 3818 Musel Street 30 CHARLES RICHARD BLONDELL Sam! Martin Spelling B e 12 3 1522 1-lollms Street 23 MICHAEL EDWARD BOARD Our Lady of Vnclory Tennxs Te1m 3 B1nc1 1 2 3 4 Camera Club 4 Scxence Club 3 Talent Club Vnce Presndent 3 Presxdent 4 561 South Beechfxeld Avenue 29 YN X f QW 3 1 J JOHN CHARLES BAUERLE: Our Lady of Good Counsel . . . JV Soccer Z . . . Varsity 3-4 . . . JV Baseball 2 . . . 1322 Andre Street, 30. DAVID LEE BAXTER: Ascension . . . JV Cross Country I . . CSMC 3-4 . . . 812 Francis Avenue, 27. HOWARD WILLIAM BECK: Saint Elizabeth . . . JV Soccer 1 . . . Varsity 2-3-4 . . . 2616 East Fairmount Avenue, 24. ROBERT EDWARD BELL: Saint Mark . . . Quill 4 . . . 9 Wade Avenue, 28. ffCQg , , ' 'vt 3 . . . . . . . . " ' f I '. if e - - . . . ' Q . ' ' ' yu f , O . ,Y"f,fy, A I, ex:-,--5111.-' X-2 fp! xg-.N . -lf X, '- - , xt 4 Aix P I 'H f 1 1 A ' I -. ,-jlljf gi: 15,3-j.142' 1-': if-3-': 3-'5:-3-3---.3-34:3 Z.. , n A I -Af-5?-,:QQ-I-Q-ffgf-Z-5fm-53.-Q-gihrlg-5-5,::5-?.:.::g5-:.:5-5-:.:.-5-Q.::HQ-5-g:fgq1Q,2:Q:jlS-LfjlguljzjigliiffQQjQ-f.fif,'.f.f.g.:f.51',--.v,. -, -,,.3.5:1i:.1f'1:"' 1. I," .::. "-"' - -. 'ul ff 1 fl' EEWTWWWQU WEE His J 'gqmlillc 'fiawow'-v RAYMOND JOSEPH BOCHENEK Sam! Patrick Track l JV Tennxs 2 Glee Club 3 4 316 South Chapel Street 31 WILLIAM NATHANIEL BOOTH Our Lady of Victory JV Cross Country l Basketball 1 1264 Clrcle Drive Z7 DUNCAN EDMUND BOSSLE Our Lady of Vzctory Cross Country 1 2 Varslty 3 4 JV Track 1 Varsity Z 3 4 Glee Club 4 908 Calwell Road 29 WILLIAM JEROME BRACKEN Sam! Wlllldm of York Cub Football Gae 2 Varslty Wrestllng 3 4 Track 1 V Tenms Z 3 Semor Prom Commlttee Chanr man Mount Tower Edltor 4 719 Charlng Cross Road Z9 JOSEPH THOMAS BRENNAN Our Lady of Perpetual Help Freshman Basketball JV 2 Junior Commxttee Quill 3 4 2687 West Park Drlve 7 DONALD JOHN BRESCIA Our Lady of Mount Carmel Freshman Intramurals Freshman Track Meet Box 643 A, Route 15, New Sectlon Road, 20 JOHN ANTHONY BRIER Sacred Heart of Mary Radno Club 4 1811 Dunmere Road, ZZ ROBERT JOSEPH BROWN Sami Ruta Cross Country 1 Wrestlxng 2 3410 Yorkway, 22 PTS I rf, if s 9 1 - 41-1 - :,,,l-n.-.-,-ks 'uf' 51, ,,f as--'rj "NN...-,' --L ..s tx, X L Q G ' A 5 f'.,'ff:--..",'f' Nts r..-1 '-' '--- -"1 .- 1' ' f'. -7 an -'I "'--'- .. ,---- - "s..f'f, I,--s ',"0' ".':":" ,r't"'NN' --. f 1 f 8 1 u - .. v a- ,---4 , rl.-v S-:Q lf,,v ', - -' ,ff .., f's fl: " I I -1 sow s-" 1' I.-'a s s-f A..f ,-, -- -- -- .CQ - ,va - . . ' i f I 7 V l l ,.s S-1 --L, - .. up -..---' 'u x -1 , . . Ld .f --. M1 l l ---1 T' -,,,......-.,.,l, l:""""'-'-'W f . .' . : 1 x - ,J - 1 N-www Y- . s,, , K !f,..,- ...X . ., v . . 1 0 5 . , 1 1 9 o , . , X - -' A ' G' 6 6 A - - .x - ,-f f-f . 53:5 ' 0 Q . 417,-f - ,XX t ' . -S -h 3 ,ee H f c ,7 7 WW' 5 f ,yg I if z ' ' ' JV , . X M J I j , ' ' . . . . . . , . ' . . . , . i LAWRENCE PETER BUKOWSKI: Saint Stanislaus . . . Bowling 4 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 2305 Foster Avenue, 24. ALFRED JOSEPH BURKE: Saint Mary Star of the Sea Varsity Bowling 4 . . . CSMC 3-4 . . . Public Speaking 4 717 Harvey Street, 30. JAMES ROBERT CANBY: Saint Agnes . . . Freshman Intra- murals . . . Glee Club 1-Z . . . Senior Committee . . . 5927 Charnwood Road, 28. DOMINIC OSEPH CARIGNANO: Saint Bernard V J . . . arsity Football 3 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 644 East 35th Street, 18. J-,sf f ' 'Z -4 -14 THOMAS JOSEPH CENTINEO: Saint Agnes. . . Cub Foot- ball . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 1441 Langford Road, 7. JEROME HENRY CHOLEWCZYNSKI: Sacred Heart of Jesus . . . 611 South East Avenue, 24. SALVATORE FRANCIS CIMBOLO: Saint Joseph Monastery . . . 4726 Amberley Avenue, 29. JAMES OAKFORD CLARKE: Saint Joseph, Texas . . . Camera Club 4 . . . 1817 Eastridge Road, Timonium. fs -A V X it , it X if GOOD MOUNTMEN WEAR TIES. Extra-curricular activities such as this do not occur very often, but when they do, the Mountmen make the most of them. John Saynuk, Tom Coyle, and Marty Stankis illustrate our point perfectly. it-ff at X94 -A -qi 2,2 THOMAS JOSEPH COYLE: Saint Rita . . . Cub Football , , . Resident Varsity Football Z . . . Resident Freshman Basketball . . . Resident JV 2 . . . Resident JV Baseball 1-2 . . . Freshman Track Meet . . . Camera Club 1-2-3-4 . . . Legion of Decency 1-2 . . . CSMC 1-Z-3-4 . . . 1915 Augusta Avenue, 22. FRANCIS LEE CUNNINGHAM: Shrine of the Little Flower . . . Varsity Football Manager 1-Z . . . Varsity Baseball Manager 1-4 . . . 2909 Erdman Avenue, 13. STANLEY LEO DANILOSKI: Saint Elizabeth . . . Cross Country 1-2 . . . JV Track 1 . . . 152 North Ellwood Avenue, 24. JOHN ROBERT DAVIS: Saint Mark . . . Quill 4 . . . 307 Harlem Lane Z8 SELECTMEN. Seniors Larry Bukowski, Donald Turnbaugh, Joseph Prematta, and Harry Bailey grace the lens of Brother Aubin's camera at the Tower's Spring Swing. lf -.qqf v '1 WILLIAM WARREN DAWSON Sam! Joseph Monaslery Culn Footlyxll V1rs1ty Bowling 4 unlor Committee 706 South Loudon Axenue 29 JEROME WILLIAM DEAN Sam! Agnes Cub Football V Bwsebwll 1V11n1ger l Tennls 3 Pep Rilly Commnttce 4 Stnxor Commuter. Pulnllc SpC'l1C111g 3 1010 H1ll1rnont Ro1cl 78 ROBERT JOHN DEBUS .Sami Clement 618 Wlfaslungton Avenue 71 M PHILIP MARIO DeMARIO Sam! Joseph Morlastery .F 1' Varsity Eootlmll 4 V Bowlmg 3 V1rs1ty 4 Fresh man Intramur-tls B1nd Z CSMC 3 4 4417 Frederick N Avenue 79 JOSEPH CASIMIR DERNOGA Sam! Casimir Cub Foot 'a JV Soccer 3 CETITICYH Club 1 2 FIFSC Prlze Vouuon Lsswy Contest 3 974 South Belnorcl Avenue 24 'Q JOSEPH FRANCIS DIPAULA Sam! Gregory Cimera Club Ros1ry Club 4 Sclence Club 3 1373 West North Aw enue 1 NORRIS FRANCIS DODGE Sam! Mark Ereslmmwn Intm mumls CSMC 734 Exccutxve Commlttte 34 Coxcntry Ro md 'T' HQ rf RONALD JAMES DONNELLX Saint El: abelh 34 North Curley Street 74 1 V I 5.1 .-X ' C r lp 'a , X X x kc- S f x 2 'ef g T f-Q Qyx ', X Q 111 f All " 521-5- ,4 r ll' .x I f .f 5 1 , V- -- 059208 ' -4 ' ' U :- , I 4 V X V . . . X ' , . . K , - . . . , - . A - 7 if f 2 b.ll.., 2. ,K L . ' ' ' to , M... 't I J t ' . . . - , . I' 'WA I 'V+ -Qi .Q I ' . . . r 4 . . . r ' . , . . . . .. ' . 7. 4 . -f . " 7 f 'N 1 ,..,' - -. .,.,503 , . - 1 . , 29. I V A ,. 4 - V . ' 'qw C ' , A .. K. y 1 Y V It - Av yu 6 1 1 1 . I . . . if X. , - . f' f Ci! fa' x W-filing ! JOHN DENNIS DRISCOLL Sami Joseph Monastery Track 1 4232 Fredermk Avenue 29 FREDERICK CARL ECKERT Sam! Benedict CSMC 2 221 West Meclwxck Garth, 28 FRANK JOHN EISEMANN Sam! Michael JV Football 3 Freshman Intramurals Frosh Track Meet 107 South Castle Street, 31 ROBERT PAUL EURICE Our Lady Queen of Peace JV Football 2 Vars1ty 3 4 Snx Man Football 1 CSMC 4, Vice Presldent Box 335, Route 16, 20 Yfxqi THOMAS MORGAN DONOVAN Sam! Mark Cul: Foot a Gael Football 2 Varszty 3 JV Track 1 1504 Summnt Avenue 28 RICHARD HENRY DORN Sam! Brxgxd CSMC 1 705 South Linwood Avenue 24 THOMAS PATRICK DOUGHNEY Sami Palrxck Cu Football Freshman Intramurals Frosh Track Meet 2222 Eastern Avenue 31 ROBERT HOWARD DREW Sam! Charles Cub Football Semor Commnttee 920 Adana Road 8 we I 1 agen, I QQ, Aka' ff'- Qb .f" ,.'- 5 " ,FX "-RI. 1. .Ek -- 5' ' ikll. fa , I NW r X, Lf t'4' .,HIM,M,R,Tu.::35,3...',-,Fit-..E.iT55.: ln, ,..., .V ,v.4 l I .,-- ' A F s bum.. 5 .. I : ' ' . . . b Y I : ' . . . JV 3 EDWARD JOHN EWERS: Saint Michael . . . Cub Football . . . JV Football 3 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . Frosh Track Meet , . . Track 2-3-4 . . . 5811 Westwood Avenue, 6. JOHN THOMAS FICCA: Saint Elizabeth . . , JV Soccer 1 . . . Varsity 2-3-4 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . Frosh Track Meet . . . 30 North Lakewood Avenue, 24. THOMAS ROMAINE FIELD: Saint Cecilia . . . Cross Coun- try 1 . . .Science Club 1 . . . Quill 4 . . . 3914 Duvall Avenue, 16. LEE HENRY FINK: Saint Mark . . . JV Football 1 . . . Var- sity 2-3-4 , , . Wfrcstling 2-3-4 . . . JV Baseball 1 . . , Varsity Track 2-3-4 . . . 30 Nunncry Lane, 28. wg, X ROBERT FREDERICK FINKE: Saint Dominic . . . JV Track 1-3 . . . Band 1-2-3 . . . Radio Club 4 . . . 3522 Glenmore Avenue, 6. JAMES LAWRENCE FINNERAN: Saint Bernard . . . 3622 Yolando Road, 18. JOHN HENRY FOERTSCHBECK: Sacred Heart of Jesus Science Club 1-Z . . . 3303 Fleet Street, 24. JAMES ROBERT FRANCIS: Saint Brigid . . . JV Soccer 2-3 . . . Varsity 4 . . . 3014 Dillon Street, 24. PRODUCTION CREVV. Some Mountmen and their Seton directors take a break from setting the scenes for the CSlVlC's Mount-Seton Valen- tine Dance. .,.,,.,,,,Q 4-mln. "1 'Q 'Q ,Q 'A 'Q 'X 'W -3 T 0, -q 'Q ug,- tyi. -My ln. nag, ' A vi? if .. M3 f Q f- - .1 . V , ' Fl I4 5 3 3 t 3 . 1 Q' A 4? . nv- I fr ' 4, - .- is ' ' .lj ' ' ll -Q f Ly H151 5 JC! ""'1 'X -V W . . , U I K ' . - J - ff aft I f ' I I I 1 3 ., 2' .a f if '- V 4 2- f'--f' 4 - 1 -' -'if' , q - as 4 .2 'A ' ' C Q , , ' g V -,Lf-. ,- , ,- f. " W ,t Q Q-ans fm t ,-ff . aes. ,W " 1 . K l HN BAPTIST FRIZZERA Saint Bernardine Cub Foot JO : . . . - ball . . . Freshman Basketball . . . JV Basketball 2 . . . Varsity 3-4 . . . JV Baseball 1-Z . . . Varsity 3-4 . . . 208 Edgewood Street, 29. CHARLES WILLIAM GANZZERMILLER: Saint Elizabeth . . . 276 South Robinson Street, 24. FREDERICK JOSEPH GEATING: Saint Charles . . . Varsity Football 4 . . . Track 1-2-3-4 , . . Band 1-Z-3 . . . 614 Sudbrook Road, Pikesville 8. HUGO GINO GEMIGNANI: Saint Ambrose. . . Gael Football 1 . . . JV Football 2 . . . Varsity Golf 2-3-4 . . . Radio Club 4 . . . Senior Committee . . . 4914 Litchfield Avenue, 15. QC LEROY JEROME GERHARDT: Holy Trinity . , . Intramural Baseball 1 . . . JV Baseball 2 . . . Varsity 3-4 . . . 113 South Annapolis Boulevard, Ferndale. DANIEL JOSEPH GILNER: Saint Mark . . . Varsity Football 4 . . . Varsity Ice Hockey 2 . . . Varsity Basketball 3-4 . . . 5 South Beechwood Avenue, ZS. JOHN GEORGE GINGHER: Saint Rita. . . Intramural Baseball . . . 3467 1VlcShane Way, 22. BARRY ALFRED GOOCH: Our Lady of the Way. . . Camera Club 1-2 . . . Radio Club 4 . . . Ryken Club 1-2 . . . Kappa Chi 4 . . . Woodbridge, Virginia. DJJ SILENCE IS GOLDEN. Returning from retreat, silence is mandatory. From the expressions on the faces of these Seniors, it is evident that this phase of the retreat was strange but strictly observed. . U0 THOMAS ROBERT GUCWA Football Freshman Baseb1ll 502 Yale Avenue 29 Joseph Monastery LOUIS FREDERICK HABER St Ann JV Hockey 1 Z Freshman Baseball 613 St Anns Avenue 18 GEORGE EDWARD HARTWELL St Mark Gael Football Varsity Wrestling 4 Varsity Baseball Manager 1 Tennis 3 Senior Committee 21 Dutton Avenue 28 LOUIS TYLER HATCHER San Jose Resident Basketball Z Resident B1seball 1 2 Resident Softbal' 34 Ryken Club 1 Z K1pp1 Chi 3 4 Golfito Costa Rica JV Baseball Varsity 3 4 CHARLES RAYMOND GRAHAM: Sl. Augustine . . . Gael Football I . . . JV Football Z . . . Varsity 3-4 . . . JV Track Z . . . JV Wrestling Z . . . Varsity 3-4 . . . Junior Class Repre- sentative . . . CSMC Representative 4 . . . 6904 Athol Avenue, Elkridge 27. CHARLES OWINGS GRIM: Sl. Mark . . . Senior Committee . . . CSMC 1 . . . 117 Newburg Avenue, 28. Avenue, 24 Frederick County. JOHN DORSEY GROVE: Sl. John, Frederick . . . Resident Soft- ball 3-4 . . . Camera Club 3 . . . Kappa Chi 3-4 . . . Route 116, FRANK JOSEPH GRUBOWSKI: St. Casimir. . . Varsity Wrest- ling 2-3 . . . Freshman Intramural Baseball . . . 2709 Fait 'S I 'I r ,r ' rr 447 ---T' :fir KJ -Q cjmmm QETL5, D ll -AX, 4.,. I ia., i K? if TFT7' JOSEPH JAMES HEIM Sam! Mary Ilchesler Radxo Club Cheerleader 4 Bonnie Branch Road Route l Ellicott Cnty JOHN PAUL HEIN Sam! Charles Science Club Stamp Club 1 Z 3 Zll Clarendon Avenue 8 RAYMOND EARL HEMERICH Our Lady of Good Counsel JV Soccer 2 Varsxty 3 4 Freshman Intramurals V Baseball 2 1403 Haubert Street 30 MELVIN HARRY HILES Sam! Palnclz Gael Football 1 GEORGE KENNETH HILGEMAN Sam! Wxllxam of York Freshman Intramurals 48 Hnllvale Road Z9 GEORGE FRANCIS HUDSON Our Lady of Good Counsel JV Soccer 2 R1d1o Club 4 Senior Commnttee CSMC 1 1157 Haubert Street 30 JAMES JOHN HUEMMER Sam! Ursula Varsxty Manager Scxence Club 3 9507 Ronlexgh Drxve 14 PHILIP RAYMOND HUGHES Our Lady of Mount Carmel Radxo Club 4 Scnxor Commnttee Pep Rally Com mxttee 4 Publnc Speakmg Z 1605 Leland Avenue Z0 5 1 ' ,J f ff x Rf .5 Q ,X 113- ' - - - . ir! ,. ' - 4 ' ' ' .- -v fm' .- -.'.'. 1 YY' 0 F a 5 -sk-, 4 l , R I : ' I , ' 4 Z . . A . . . , if , I : ' . . . ' 3 . . . - - . . . , . tg NH ,4 A F W ' I . . . J . . . , . ' ' . . . Track 4 . . . Senior Committee . . . 2ZZ.Z'ESSI9I'l'1 Avenue, 31. fil? " , 51 - ' . , 1 - q I 7 I l ,J ' fb- .I . . . , , v I . . . I I . . . ' . I , . L 255.1 ff? RICHARD ENDER HUGHES: Sain! Bcrnardinf' , . . JV Foot- lvall 1-2 . . . Freslwmwn Ba-slvcvtlvll 2 . . . Varsity 3-4 . . . JV Bascball 1-2 . , . Yarsxty 5--1 . , . 4104 Iflowcrton Road. 29. NHCHAE1. JOHN IAYSIPIIERI: .Yami I,'lII1dl7l uf York . . Band 1-2-5-4 . . . 52115113101 B-1.lliL'!'S 2 . , . QL1111 3, EJIIOY 4 . . CSNIC 2-3 . . . Ur-matxcs 1-2-5 , . . Junxor Committee . . . Scmor Committee . . . Scnmr Class Treasurer . . . 226 Wfcstslwxrc Road. 29. W'II.1.IA1V1 JOHN IAMPIERI: Sain! Agnes . . . Varsity Wfrestling 3-4 . . . JV Tracl-C 1 . . . 207 Park Drxvc. 28, VVILLIAM FREDERICK JACOB: Saint .Mark . . . Camera Club 4 . . . CSMC 5 . . . 401 Hxlron .-Xvcnuc. 28. 'Y vw-Yi' ' f . - ', zzz. 'if 1 5 Q -1 1- , ffl ' , L, 'U 4 1 . HENRY JOSEPH JANNEY: Sain! lwark . . . 41 Delray Ave- nue, 28. BERNARD VALENTINE JANYSKA: Sain! Clement . . . Ice Hockey' 1-2 , . . 112 Waxmzlrs-tl Axvnuv. 27. ROBERT JOSEPH JAYVORSK1: llnly Rosary . . . Culv Football . . . Gael Footlvall 2 . . . JV Basvlvall 1 . . . Varslty Basclvall lwanager 2 , . . Cjlcc Clulw 2-5-4 , , . Stamp Club 1 . . . CSfN1C 1 . . . 2012 Fleet Street. 51. JOSEPH FRANCIS JUKNELIS: Saint Bcrnardine . , . Fresh- man Intramurals . . . Band 2 . , . Talent Clulw 4 . . . QL1ll1 4 . . . Yvarlvooli Rt'l7TL'SL'I1I-1I1X'L' 4 . . . SPL'1l1l1y1 lim' 2-1 . . 4005 Cranston Avcnuc. 29. TOWER TRIO. Bob Yam-tlm. Pat 51cE1gunn, Jerry Bracken. Tess Hor- vath, Pat Slontley. and Bob Reynolds entertain Angela Bialzak. Dan Mi- chaelis, Colettc Ackerman and Miko Iampieri at the Y.B.'s Spring Swing. 'if 245: ' - V . T. L v"V tr' 4: 5 .Q , 1452 . ' '23 5' 9 -Q Q ' 3 1 x rv' 'Q jg' 2511 13 C X I , I U? ' ' ii if 'A I I .' , 1, f Qx -C ' P V ' """ ' - " TQ Md f au. 4 Q32 ii. Nl , A if x Twp! , 137 1 ' if X Q I . 4 - 1 l 'l ' t I-. 5' ' f "1- fiifiw 1 1 f , 1 A V v- 5 in izzjglififiij Y ' '41 Q1 b Z .ll-.,f,t.. s . jf A an -21 1 . fl, . , Q , ,f . ,A L:,A t , 2, Y Q' ,Y D V f.. X v--11 ' ' .TC , , ' , 'f' .Q , 5, !'i , -. i . W ROBERT RICHARD KANTORSKI: Shrine of the Lillie Flower . . . Chess Club 3-4 . . . Glee Club 2-3-4 . . . Quill 4 . . . 3342 Elmley Avenue, 13, LOUIS BERNARD KARCZESKI: Holy Rosary . . . Varsity Bowling 2-4 . . . 2206 Gough Street, 31. MARION THEODORE KAROLKOWSKI: Our Lady of Fatima , . . Varsity Football Matiager 1-2-3-4 . , . Science Club 1-2 . , . Senior Committee . . . 407 Gusryan Street, 24. FRANK ALOYSIUS KEARNEY: Sain! Mary Star of the Sea . . . JV XVrestling 2 , . . Varsity 4 . . . Resident Six-lVlan Foot- ball 3 , . , Kappa Chi 3-4 . . . ll lVlill Creek Terrace, Phoebus, Virginia. ROBERT JOSEPH KECK: Saint Joseph Morzaslery . . . Football 1 . . . Freshman Basketball . . . JV Basketball 2 JV Varsity 3-4 . . . Varsity Baseball 3-4 . . . 625 Beechfield Avenue, 29. DANIEL JAMES KELLER: Saint Jerome . . . Glee Club 4 Science Club 3 . . . Junior Committee . . . Senior Committee . . . CSIVIC 1-3-4. President 4 . . . 2041 Griflis Avenue, 30. FRANCIS OSEPH KELLY Sain! Joseph lllonastery -I : . . . JV Track 1 . . . Dramatics 2 . . . Debating 3-4 . . . President of Chess Team 3, League Representative 4 . . . Representative to the United Nations Youth 3-4 . . . Representative to Boys' State 4 . . . Quill 4 , . . 121 South Wlickham Road, 29. OHN WILLIAM KELLY- Saint Joseph Monastery . . . CSMC J . 1 . . . 404 Rosecroft Terrace, 29. EC K SENIOR SOPHISTICATION, as illus f X I trated by Mike Tomsho, john Hein, Paul 2.613 if ,fix McHugh, Mike Board, Duke Bossle, and X l - .? -.-.fl their dates. It was Promnite, and they 1 1 S. were there. ROBERT LEE KEMMER Our Lady of Good Counsel Soccer 2 Varsnty 3 Freshman Intramurals Band Z Talent Club 3 4 CSMC 4 1319 Rnchardson Street 30 JAMES WILLIAM KERNAN Sam! Joseph Monastery Band 1 Z 3 4 145 Palormo Avenue 29 JEROME WILLIAM KLASMEIER Sam! Jerome Freshman Intramurals umor Commxttee Semor Commtttee eton M S J C Dance Commlttee Mount Tower Assocnate Edntor 4 CSMC 3 1233 West Cross Street 30 KENNETH ARTHUR KNOWLTON Sam! Mary Star of the ea Resxclent Softball 4 Glee Club 4 Kappa Chl 4 26 Ober Street Beverly Massachusetts I-IERMAN PAUL KOEBRUGGE Sami Jane Frances Varsxty B1seb1ll Manager 1 Z Scnence Club Z Vxce Presxdent 3 Church Road 'and R1v1er1 Drnve Rmvxera Beach RAYMOND ALBERT KOLLNER Sam! Patrick Varsity Soccer Manager 2 3 JV Basketball Manager 1 CSMC l 208 South Ann Street 31 ROBERT VINCENT KORYCKI Sam! Patrick Freshman Intramurals umor Commnttee 1918 Bank Street 31 DANIEL LEE KURTIK Sam! Rua Glee Club 12 3 4 3142 Baybrxar Road ZZ L. S 'fx Q1 CJ 1 0 Q0 00""9 , E255 'F-1 f"'.7'x Q". I 1 ' 'H'-.'-. x '-. ',fx 1'-6 '::f" -N. 'q'.:1l'.',- Q ' hs 1'-' fl ,If ,--x- lf, - ,sk.,- , , xx- s .-J-,:" Q ' ' exsx r','1a es- X-,- ' 1, ,'- 1 f-. 5 1--a sv- ,'a --, 1, I r. -, , . ,-- ,- - -. .T-ff:-:ff ffrr- 1'-Q-C-.NL-'---ef'-N14 '2"f," 'L--fx " 'Je' '-1'-'-' .- -1:2 f'. "' ',""r 's'. :cGsT'-- 7 7 -:A -xl . 1 - EEK! LYS!!! KNEW ' .11i--- 5. , i O J 5-1 I x I . .- ' ,- f Y .. J' -, ew ' Ge WILLIAM JOSEPH LEHN Shrine 0 the Lxllle Flower Intramural Baseball Freshman Track Meet CSMC 3229 Dudley Avenue 13 Varsxty Bowling 4 Intramural Baseball Track 4 CSMC Representauve 14 236 Mallow H111 Avenue 29 THOMAS PAHL LEWIS All Saints Varsnty Football 4 Varslty Track 4 Semor Commxttee Pep Rally Com mxttee 4 Samt Xavler s Louzsvnlle 1 2 3 3740 Patterson Avenue 7 JOHN ANDREW LOCHARY Saxnt Dommxc JV Track 2 Varsxty 3 4 Band 1 2 3 6118 Alta Avenue 6 1 X JAMES GEORGE KUYAWA Our Lady of Fatxma Gae Football 2 V Soccer 1 Varsxry 4 Freshman Basketball 403 Folcroft Street 24 THOMAS JOSEPH LAMBERT Saint Agnes V Track 1 605 Nortb Bend Road 29 WILLIAM ANDREW LANSINGER Saint Agnes CSMC 1 2 3 4 1116 Gregory Avenue 7 JAMES THOMAS LARKINS Sam! Mary Star of the Sea Stx Man Football 3 Racllo Club 4 1443 Boyle Street 30 : ' . . . 1 WAYNE THOMAS LEIDNER: Saint Joseph Monastery , . . ty ... li ' :ae My s- Q , ,- . , .7 f :ti-, F -:L xv--t an -i 1 .-my ,,. OLIVER LEROY MCCABE: Sain! Bernardine . . . JV Football 2 . . . JV Tracl: 1 . . . Varsity 2-3-4 . . . Poster Club 3 . . . 3928 Glenhunt Road. 29. HARRY THOMAS McCRORY: Saint Ambrose . . . Gael Foot- ball 1 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 2900 Grantley Road, 15. WILLIAM RAYMOND McGUIRE: Saint Rose of Lima . . . Freshman Baslcetball . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . Frosb Track bleet . . . Camera Club 4 . . . 505 W"ashburn Avenue. 25, PAUL JAXIES lNIcHl,'GH: Saint Joseph Morxastery , . , Band 1-I-3-4 . , , Stamp Club 2-3 . . . Mount Tower Representative 3 . . . CSMC I-3 . . . 4000 Massachusetts Avenue, 29. Q 1 1 1 i PETER FORRESTER MCKENNA: Our Lady of Lourdes . . . Six-Man Football 2 , . . Swimming l-2-3-4 . . . Camera Club l-2 . . . Rylcen Club I-2 . , . Kappa Chi 3-4 . . , 100 West 57th Street, New Yorlc, 19, MICHAEL JOHN lVIcLOUGHLIN: Sacred Heart . , . Camera Club 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Kappa Chi 3-4. . . Talent Club 3-4 . . . Resident Reporter 4 . . , CSIVIC 3-4 . . . 95 Wlest l6ln:l Street, New York, 51. PATRICK ALLEN MCNANEY: Sain! loseph Monastery , . . JV Basketball Nlanager 1 . . . Varsity 2-3 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . Frosh Traclc Meet . . . CSMC l-2 . . . 10 North Tremont Road, 29, JOHN DENNIS MAHONEY: Saint Mark . . . 17 Delray Ave- nue, 28. SOMBER SILENCE. Senior Class Prexy Rich Niurphy ponders on the short four year journey as Brother Marcelltts gives a word of thanks for the Senior Class gift. aalwrf . 1 va f 4. .aff A V' X 1 .521 iii? 1 t - , ,f,Q'f,. s, '39 Q? ' A 'R .1 l "' 'Q i i, - ' 1 - - . , J 9? D V S 'rv' A --v ' 1 4 tif if? Q Sf' Q, 1 A 'Q if V 'A' , ex , 1 A x 'ii 2 . .1 - 11 4 -.iff ,viii ,. W I Y 1 yy M JOSEPH BERNER MAJEWSKI: Saint Anthony. , . Band 1-Z . , . Camera Club 4 . . , Rosary Club 4 . . . Science Club 3 . . . 3805 Hamilton Avenue, 6. BERNARD WILLIAM MAJKA: Saint Rita . . 3038 Liberty Parkway, 22. WILLIAM JOSEPH MARLATT: Saint Louis . . Centennial Lane, Route Z, Ellicott City. EUGENE MARTIN: Little Flower . . . Resident Freshman Basket- ball 1 . . . Varsity 3 . . . Cross Country 1 . . . Track 1v2 . . . Rylcen Club 1-2 . . . Kappa Chi 3-4 . . . 6007 Benalder Drive, Fairway Hills, Washington 16, D. C. ? ..., ,-, . C ' i CHARLES HARRY MASON: Saint Joseph Monastery . 210 South Augusta Avenue, 29. JOHN CHARLES MATHENY: Our Lady of Victory . . . JV Football 2 . . . 4747 Drayton Green, 27. CHARLES JOSEPH MATTHEISS: Immaculate Heart of Mary . . . Intramural Baseball 1 . . . Chess Club 3 . . . Stamp Club 2 . . . Quill 4 . . . School Play 2-3 . . , 1911 Redwood Avenue, 14. JOHN FRANCIS MAZUR: Saint Rose of Lima . . . Camera Club 4 . . . CSlVlC 1-2-3-4 . . . Baltimore Catholic Forensic League 3 . . . United Nations Representative 4 . . . 3824 Third Street, 25. SMILES-SMILES-SMILES. There are smiles galore as john Murphy, Phil DeMario, Wayne Leidner, Larry Altemus, , john Grove, and john Kelly pose happily " . X .X 1 M ' V X ,ij -A X ry V l X i " , 2 eq, at the Senior Prom. 4 ' ' . a ' ' ' A ,rf 'v AK 1 , V L fn N.e . i 0 5 'tv .Q r, DANIEL CHARLES MICHAELIS Sam! Mark Tenms Z 3 4 Chess Club 2 3 4 Glee Club Z 3 Secretary 4 unll 3 Eclnror 4 Z5 Blshop Lane Z8 ANTHONY JOSEPH MILLER Sam! Jerome Semor Com mxtree Mount Tower Associate Busmess Manager 4 2338 Sldney Avenue 30 JOHN VICTOR MOORE Sam! William of York Varsity Soccer Manager 2 Senior Commxttee 4613 Rokeby Road 29 ROLAND FERGUSSON MORFE Sam! Francis Cub Foot a V Soccer 2 Varsity 3 4 3129 Weaver Avenue JOHN ANTHONY MULLEN Sam! Matthew 2015 North Bourne Ro1d 14 JOHN JOSEPH MURPHY Our Lady of Lourdes Bethesda Giel Footbill 1 Glee C1ub Z Ryken Club 12 K1pp1 Chl Vnce President 4 Resident Reporter 4 8100 Kerry L1nc Chevy Ch1se 15 Footb1l1 Chess Club 3 4 R1d1o Club 4 Senior Com mxttcc lop R1l1y Commxttec 4 411 South Rolling Road RICHARD FRANCIS MURPHY Sam! Ruta Varsxty Foot 7 3 V1rs1ty Svummmg 1 7 3 4 Varsxty Track 7 3 4 V1rsxty B1scb11l 4 unnor Commlttee Presxdent of the umor C1155 Senxor Commxttee President of the Senior C1155 8111 Bullneck Rowd Z I1 of J 6-5 fr' om V Q-.,..' ,. , ' b11...J ' I J. J 14. . , . . X 1 JOHN VICTOR MURPHY:Sainl JosephMonaslery . V. . Cub J' 28. ball---4... .' f " ' ' 1 A J . . , I Y I ,Z K' 'f ,P 1 f - N f . , - lf." I 1:1 . ,ll " :iii II: -,'.'. I N' at Q, N ,Z TK ,z 5' 25' """v'L+-4 1 'Y""' GERARD ANTHONY PERSEGHIN Sam! Rua Glee Club Publtc Spealcmg 2 3 6723 Woodley Road 22 RALPH JOHN PFANNENSTIEL Sam! Mark CSMC 2 218 Rosewood Avenue, Z8 ROBERT FRANCIS POGGE Sam! Wxllxam of York Cheerleader 3 4 Pep Rally Committee 4 Quxll 4 School Play 2 3 5107 Edmondson Avenue, 29 CHRISTIAN PAUL POHLER Sam! Mary Star of the Sea Sxx Man Football 3 JV Cross Country 1 Varsxty Cross Country lVlan1ger Z JV Track l Varslty 3 4 Radto Club 4 1507 Henry Street, 30 MICHAEL FRANCIS NEI: Fourteen Holy Martyrs 1711 West Lombard Street 23 STANLEY EUGENE NELKA Sam! Brxgld Glee Club 2 3 Presxdent 4 Radxo Club 4 Sctence Club 2 3 u l 3 Tower Represenmuve 3 4 Publtc Spealcmg l Z ll 2 South Decker Avenue 24 MATTHEW THOMAS NEWCOMB Sam! Mark Intramural Baseball 1 Ban 1 Z Camera Club 4 2217 Old Fred erxclc Road 28 WILLIAM WAYNE OSTOVITZ Sam! Joseph Monastery Intramural Baseball 1 104 South Kossuth Street 29 I . qv 1 id' X ef A W5 N M.1.4lLi'If-.Z:XZ2Mg:ii:33555. 2 .. N ffgfi-ff ,, . A I T A... I .f '.'. 5 ' .1-... rl - 3-4... ' ' :I . df, . at-,ev , 1,g2w,,,5' .7 ' i z-2,lF'QVf39Z' I .' I ,' ,a'L,',,,...'Z-Q-,' we " ., ,f ,fc ,".. I L 3 '57, ,.,,' t v-.Q-1 tv ., Ms'-',, tram . ag2f?5!Zf'f' ' 51 '-.AM 2 ,f Nd f -'pr 1 J' .cw f Q.. 35 N., 55? Y BERNARD ANTHONY POPE: Saint Clare . . . Gael Football 1 . . . Varsity XVrestling 3-4 . . . Freshman Track Meet . . . 1502 Galena Road, 21. JOSEPH DOMINICK PREMATTA: Saint Stanislaus . . . JV Bowling 3 . . . Varsity 4 . . . JV Track 1 . . . After School Speaker Representative Z . . . 1822 Gough Street, 31. GERALD WILLIAM PRKNA: Saint Clare. . . JV Soccer 1 . . . Intramural Baseball . . . After School Speaker 2 . . . 619 Dorsey Avenue, 21. LEON JAMES RACHUBA: Saint Casimir. . . Intramural Base- ball . . . Camera Club 1 . . . 2704 Dillon Street, 24. Alb 'fir ""' RALPH SALVATORE RANOCCHIO: Our Lady of Fatima . . . Varsity Football Mana er l 7 3 4 Sci . . . .g --- - . . . ence Club 1-2. . . Senior Committee . . . 7123 Gough Street, 24. DAVID JOSEPH REESE: Holy Cross. . . Intramural Baseball . . . CSMC 3-4 . . . 1133 Wfilliam Street, 30. THOMAS JOHN REGAN: Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament . . . Six-Man Football 1 . . , Varsity Soccer 4 , . . Resident Bas- ketball 1 . . . JV 2 . . . Varsity 3-4 . . . JV Baseball 2 . . . Resi- dent Softball 4 . . . Ryken Club 1-2 . . . Kappa Chi 5, President 4 . . . 2507 Green Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. EDWARD JOSEPH REILLY: All Saints. . . Cub Football . . . JV 2 . . . Varsity 3-4 . . . Freshman Track Meet . . . Intramural Baseball . . . CSMC 1 . . 4005 Belview Avenue, 16. SENIOR CELEBRITIES. Ed Hart- well, Tom Field, Cholly Reiter, Jack -. 0 1 ng 5.9 I . V lj , Davis, Bill Marlatt, Joe Smith, Ron Steigerwald, Joe Brennan and their dates take a break before the Grand March begins. ti lf" df -'I i V - i ' ilk-, lh I I! I A. . --I .,,- i i ...S GD 2 , X Q fe ' ',,, ', f Z Y 0 "W 41' 3 fag : 4V-, in z I t 717' ' I ' , .N fi? CHARLES LOURDES REITER: Saint Mark . . . JV Track 1 . . . Science Club 1 . . . 1V1ount Tower Layout Editor 4 . . . 203 Rollingdale Road, 28. JOSEPH MARRY REYNOLDS: Saint Thomas Aquinas . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . Freshman Track Meet . . . 921 West 38th Street, 11. 3-4 . ROBERT MICHAEL REYNOLDS: Saint Mark. . . Chess Club . . Tower 4 . . . Senior Committee . . . Radio Club, Vice- President 4 . . 115 Arbutus Avenue, 28. L RING Saint Paul JV Football 1 JOSEPH DANIE : . . . . . . Varsity Z-3'4 . . . Tower Representative 3 . . . Senior Committee 4 McAlpine Road, Ellicott City, Howard County. 'it -l' i' 'Q-:yn SYLVESTER JAMES ROCHE: Our Lady of Lourdes . 3705 West Cold Spring Lane, 15. JOHN PAUL ROLFES: Saint Ursula. . . Cub Football . . . Var- sity Soccer 2-3-4 . . . Varsity Hockey 1-2 . . . junior Class Com mittee . . . 7826 Wilson Avenue, 14. GERALD MICHAEL ROWAN: Saint Mary Star of the Sea . . Cross Country 1 . , . After School Speaking Committee 2 . . CSMC 1-Z-3 . . . 1617 Patapsco Street, 30. JOHN PETER SAYNUK: Holy Rosary. . . JV Ice Hockey 1-2 ' Mana er Z . . . Varsity Track Nlanager 1-2-3 . . . . . . Varsity g Junior Committee . . . 1931 Stanhope Road, 22 Q 51 "1 THINK I'VE GOT IT!" Duncan Bossle hovers over his masterpiece of machinery, making those thousands of adjustments that bamc all except those who take Radio. Soccer Cbess Club l Z Scxence Club 1 mxttee 37 North Morley Street, Z9 JOHN EDWARD SCHENE Sam! Agnes Cake Road 7 JOHN BERNARD SCHIEVE Sam! Dommxc Country 1 V1rs1ty Wrestlxng Manager l 2 3 Scxence Club 2 3 2115 Westneld Avenue CHARLES PAUL SCHILLACI Sam! Domxmc Baseball CSMC 3511 Cascade Avenue 6 JOSEPH DANIEL SCHAUM Sam! Joseph Monastery JV Senior Com 5610 Johnny JV Cross Camera Club Intramural RONALD LEE SCI-IMITT Sam! Benedxcl Camera Club 4 2823 Sunset Drxve Z3 JOHN MARTIN SCHUCK Sami Bernardme Intramural Baseball Frosb Track Meet 603 Denison Street 29 GEORGE GORDON SCHULMEYER Sam! Francis o Assist Radlo Club 4 Sclence Club 4 Mount Tower Photog rapher 4 Senlor Committee 4 Public Speaking 3 2205 Lake Avenue 13 EUGENE MICHAEL SCHULTZ Sam! Fmncxs o Assxsl Cub Football V Ice Hockey 2 Radio Club 4 Scxence Avenue 14 nQN fr ,I ' mmm 13111, QW IFSSPT 2 43 wi lll0 Q 00"-QU sr- G0 , ' ' , , - .: .... ' c ' 5,gis45i+ Q 5 ' 1- .E U' l ' ll " .5 ' 1 I ' , ' a . 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I 1 Tj: .--- l CARROLL JOHN SLEDZ Saint Matthew JV Track 1 unlor Committee Senior Committee Quill 4 Public Speaking 1 Z 1648 Heathfield Road 12 THOMAS WILLIAM SLIFKER Saint Clare Glee Club 1 617 Eastern Avenue 21 JOSEPH BERNARD SLUNT Shrine of the Little Flower Clu 1 Z 3 3221 Cliftmont Avenue 13 JOSEPH IGNATIUS SMITH Samt William of York Gael Football 1 Varsity 3 Glee Club Z 3 4 umor Committee CSMC Z 3 5103 Woodside Road EDWARD JEROME SCHWARTZ: Saint Joseph Monastery . . . Varsity Football Manager 1-2 . . . Varsity Basketball Manager Z 435 Random Road 29 EUGENE GEORGE SEYBOLD Saint Mark Football 2 3 4 Varsity Basketball 3 4 Varsity Baseball 3 4 Frederick Road Z8 JOSEPH ANDREW SHALIKA Samt Ruta Gael Football 2 Freshman Intramurals 1909 Midland Roacl 22 THOMAS JOSEPH SHUSTER Shrine of the Little Flower Science Club l Z 2752 Pelham Avenue 13 5 I i , . . . , i . . . . . . K . ' . . . , . I ' . A I X A If L31-. ' . . . , ' . . . , . l ' .LX I lx ' R X he VV F Varsity Wrestling Manager 3-4 . . . Camera Club 4 . . . Science b - - . . . ' , . " . . . - . . . , 29. fy ,an 3 1 WILLIAM GEORGE SMUCK: Our Lady of Perpetual Help . . . Varsity Bowling 2-3-4 . , . Intramural Baseball . . . Mount Tower Representative 4 . . . Spelling Bee 3 . . . 6007 Gwynn Oak Ave- nue, 7. DAVID LEE SNYDER: Saint William of York. . . 820 Brae- side Road, 29. MARTIN ANTHONY STANKIS: Sain! Rita . . . JV Cross Country 1 . . . Ice Hockey 2 . . , CSMC 1-2-3-4 . . . 8203 Long Point Road, 22. RONALD GEORGE STEIGERWALD: Sacred Heart of Mary . . . JV Soccer 3 . . . Varsity 4 . . . Cub Football . . . Glee Club 243-4 , . . Stamp Club I-2 . . . 6731 O'Donnel1 Street, 24. N? A I f iff? J V -Sli' I 1 FRANK JOSEPH SUDANO: Sain! Leo mural Basketball . . . Spelling Bee 1-2 . . TIMOTHY PATRICK SULLIVAN: Bl .A 5 I 0' " the Great. . , Intra- . 902 Fawn Street, 2. essea' Sacrament . . . Varsity Ice Hockey I-2 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . Iirosh Track Meet . . . 921 North Hill Road, 18. FRANCIS DONALD TAUBER: Sain: North Linwood Avenue, 5. MICHAEL EDWARD TONISI-IO: Saint 117 South Collins Avenue, 29. Wenccslaus. . . 822 Joseph Monastery . . LENSMEN. Gene Schultz and Gor- don Schulmeyer, Tower photogra- phers, find themselves on the other side of the camera, as Ron Steigerwald strikes a serious pose. FQ +21 WJ l DONALD GEORGE TURNBAUGH: Sain! Thomas Aquinas . . . JV Cross Country 1 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . Freshman Basketball . . . 1005 Rectory Lane, 11. JOHN PAUL TWAMLEY: Saint Mark . . . JV Football 1V1an- ager 1 . . . Varsity Swimming 4 , . .JV Tennis 2 . , . Band 1-2-3-4 . . . Mount Tower Representative 4 . . . 26 North Symington Avenue, 28. PAUL JOSEPH UPMAN: Saint Paul. . . Frosh Track Meet . . . Cheerleader 1-2-3-4 . . . 6 Hollow Road, Oella. JAMES PAUL VADAS: Saint Luke . . . Cub Football . . Varsity 4 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . Varsity Baseball 3-4 . . 1116 H Street, 19. is ROBERT EMMETT VAETH: Saint .luseph Monastery . . . Freshman Basketball . . . Chaplet Makers 2 . . . Junior Committee, Chairman . , . Senior Committee . . . Nlount Tower 2-3-4 . . . Assistant Editor 4 . . , CSMC 1-2-3 . . . Public Speaking 1-2-3-4 . . . Debating 2-3, President 4 . . . President Baltimore Catholic Forensic League 4 . . . Play Z-3 . . . Secretary of Junior Class. . . Secretary of Senior Class . . . 307 Martingale Avenue, 29. PHILIP ALFRED VOELKER: Saint James . , . Mount Tower Representative 3 . . . CSIVIC 1-2-3-4 . . . 1650 Darley Avenue, 13. JOSEPH FRANCIS VOGELSANG: Saint Agnes. . . JV Foot- ball 2 . . . Varsity Wfrestling 2 . . . JV Track 1 . . . Varsity 2-3-4 . . . Poster Club 3 . . . Junior Committee . . . Pep Rally Committee 4 . . . Treasurer of Junior Class . . . Vice-President of Senior Class . . . 5511 Forest Park Avenue, 7. ALBERT GEORGE VOJIK: Sain! Wenceslaus , . . Frosh Track Meet . . . Camera Club 4 . . . 839 North Linwood Avenue, 5. 1 1 X X GAY GAELS AND GALS. "Anima1', Graham, Jerry Dean, Bob Kantorski, Bob Bob Pogge, and Jerry Perseghin and pher. Jaworski, John Gingher, Dan Michaelis, their dates say "cheese" for the photogra- JOSEPH ARTHUR WEIDNER Saint Rose of Lima Fresh man Track Freshman Basketball Intramural Baseball 3813 Saint Victor Street 25 LOUIS JAMES WEINKAM Sam! William of Yorlz Intra mural Track Senior Committee Tower Staff 4 1044 Cooks Lane 29 JOHN PHILIP WEISNER Sam! Joseph Monastery Senior Committee CSMC 1 48 North Morley Street Z9 SAMUEL ERNEST WENCK Sam! Mark JV Soccer Z3 Varsity 4 Band I 2 3 4 Talent Club 4 Tower Representative 4 CSMC 4 108 Wyndcrest Avenue 28 QNX! Q! 8' Z gg, GERARD JOSEPH WALLNER: Sacred Heart of Jesus . . . JV Football Z . . . JV Swimming l-Z . . . Varsity 3 . . . JV Track 1 . . . Junior Committee . . . Senior Committee . . . CSMC 3-4 . . . 641 South Oldham Street, 24. AUGUST FRANK WARNECKER: Saint Clare. . . JV Soccer 1 . . . Varsity Z-4 . . , Intramural Track . . . Intramural Baseball . . . 313 Margaret Avenue, Zl. FLORIAN WAWRZYNIAK: Our Lady of Mount Carmel . . . Play 1 . . . Track Manager l-2 . . . 132 Kingston Road, 20. CHARLES HENRY WEIDENHAMMER: Sain! Clemerll . . . Intramural Baseball . . . JV Ice Hockey 1 . . . Varsity Z . . . 3400 Hopkins Avenue, Z7. fl as eel -e-Q-,,..ei 4 ' g rgly , I 'M or at I sg? 3 4 6 ll L . Q J vX3,'i'4 Lf ' as -' Y N A : ! i iiiii 2 -iliimi-an iiiii ...Th i il ISLE i -xx X fl' I 931151 L1 mmm m 1. O,-v'Q'0 0'0""Q X5-px gf NX ,Q NN .1--""" S MR AND MRS ' The Mount pays tribute to Mr and Mrs Wnlllam Beck as they have a ball at the prom 48 -f i1"f"'f'f' JOHN RICHARD WESSEL Sacred Hear! of Mary Track 1 2 V1rstty 3 1710 Mwlvcrn Street 24 RAYMOND RICHARD WORKMAN Our Lady f Lourdes Washington D f' V1rsxty Swlmmmg 1 Z 3 4 Prosh 'I-rack Meet V Truck 1 7 Rylcen Club 1 President Kappa Chl 3 4 4740 Connecticut Avenue W1shxngton D C JAMES GARY ZENTGRAF Sam! Joseph Monastery Football 1 2 V1rs1ty 3 4 Freshman Basketbill Baseball 1 V1rs1ty 7 3 4 4441 Old Freclernclc Ro'td WILLIAM CARI.. ZIMMERMAN Sam! Mark Freshman Bislcetball Freshm1n Intr1mur1ls Frosh Track Meet De-baung 3 4 JV Tenms 3 13 Park Drlve 28 il- Ugtx It 1 , .y' I :RP 'T vvw' X I ryafflf ,fr I .- 1 ,jf jg-N ,'j .-, f-, I. "' .---N a"y:',"fs'-kc y'.'.' ,,", f',- N5-'I - NN'.':- ', Q, ' s 5 ',,'f,--,-- ff' ',' ,- xx N .-rf, , ,xx I ,ua xx- .,- ir, ,f- 1 I r-. u - 1 ---. ,'- , '---, f pe' --x .s,1 o":-',' ,-, 41-,"j"-' If: 'su-'. a'v,:. Sisslc..-gui?" 'Z. ' .--. -c.-. 1--ef -' uw 4111- .11-1 ' ,fl - - -- ,. ,iss m-, .-.', i -... 'L sv-7 - 5 . tbi' ugh I ' il I A 'It "" ' 6 1 lf' Q, -Wviw, 11-tg, O ' Tib " , , 'I 1 If il - x 9 n l' , 'R I - G , an -s - -e-- O ' K 5 A . M, --, W s - ., K , XX t - ll I ,,,. e :. , . . JV GW A - . . . t . . . t , . 1' - lla? l A : o , ' . -..... , ' 2... . I - , . , . . - . .. t ' - ,.. 1 . t . . . JV . . . t I ..- - ... I t , 29. 2. .p 1 l I . i 1. I ,ff ev 9 - 44 U U l Q RY' . A I N QQ CLHSS POLL Most Likely To Succeed Best Scholar A A Most Popular A Most Earnest A A A ROBERT VAETH A A A A FRANCIS KELLY RICHARD MURPHY AA A ROBERT VAETH Did Most For The Mount A A RICHARD MURPHY Most Modest A A Most Gentlemanly A Most Loyal A Best Mount Booster Hardest Worker A Best Speaker A Best Dresser Best Dancer Earliest A A Latest A A A Sleepiest A A Noisiest A AA Willie!! .,.. Best Athlete A A Handsomest ,.., Best Politician A A Hungriest A A Best Natured A A Tallest A AA Shortest A - Q . CHARLES BLONDELL JOSEPH BRENNAN A JEROME BRACKEN JEROME BRACKEN A SAMUEL WENCK ,A ROBERT VAETH RONALD DONNELLY BERNARD JANYSKA A A A A BERNARD POPE AA EDWARD REILLY AA ROBERT EURICE WILLIAM DAWSON FREDERICK ECKERT RICHARD MURPHY A A A A ROBERT DREW A A A A A EUGENE NELKA A JEROME BRACKEN A A A A JOSEPH MILLER A A A THOMAS REGAN AA CHARLES GRIM I 1 QA , , 1 1 ." , I ,J HHVE Fl GRHDD TOUR 9 SQ T sy' C! .L 'K' sf., pf ,f .f .iff 4 gf M? 4 M Q M' 'W 1 ,, 1-f V -K .ww-Cv all ' wx -360 ,Lwks .A 2:21-P vw Ear' 1- .. M, 1 SWYSQP 538 Min JWw wr-1 ,Q.m..-mfs' A , ,IA .nvtzaww 'JS' QUQBM .ZVLJQ1 ,Q if-3,505 Stl Qlvdiii 'wc-cw -W Wmijbofw Hr WHIP Hiawilk-THQ .EWHBQB wk f x .W ," iff' 1- YW-, .mg tj' ' 1 '- asa'-' , sg Z. 2. :fx Af: P:-153 Re 'ii' Lx , -' 3 fee: Q 53 'LLL ik, 'tid 4 ,lr 5 5:4 .sf x.V,w,.z, M , I. 2 M'45i.-VJ, " 'I' Fflftfh " " 1'. JS m A z 5. . ,Q . 1114. 5 , ' fqzkififiw' L 'Ll :J if w A W.. -nv ER h'.,, wk, . M 0 if .M M. W 1 A M AN. 7 ,awlg WW, fr ' 3522! 1' x i g 1 x . Q. . if t A V' - ff If " ' A F : ' z. - 44 4 gr Q, 23-' ,L- Y 5 44 ,fm ia have the world on a J , 1 strung Jw," 3 K -, MQ, f ff . "f V 'SVA " V' wf ' Lett. , ,, " A W V X ,Lf- 5 'A f-X4 if , , X M' ,f xxx V, , f If 5.3, N .Tr HE 4? j 'X 2, '59 1,4 - f ffl Q-I "' 5 , 'fl K 'wif ww? xx fx X N u V - , N 1 ,VW M N. l Av. ,, -.X v "f -,-, .-. M 'If a H, I v! I xxx L! f ' f " J fr' 1 X. X 1 I' w vf I. I, . 5 I , , . . . 6 . : I . ff i ' xg 5 Eg!! STAB . ,' A ,... .W ww CAMPAIGN CLOSE. Glen Dixon, Gil Barker, Andy Manning and Ron Yakaitis count the ballots which won them election as Junior Class Officers. L IVA -sl WE'LL MAKE IT. NO SWEAT! These Mountmen are taking it easy walking back to class after attending a special Mass at the Monastery. ,f .alulv - 2:9 YJ :diff 1 CLASS 3B BROTHER AUBREY, C.F.X Front Ron' flvft In rightl: D. Cage, Nlyers, W. Stengel W. Rykiel. T. Bongartz, M. Montero, M. Kohler, R. Walsh Second Ron: Fischer, S. Glorioso, Conley, C. Jones, J. Bruggy, H. Murdock, R. Prete, J. Kirmil, W. Reamy . 5:,SW- Junloas . 0 . 9 'X 5 . 4ig'1EIe2.+ 2 E. Dorn. Third Ron: Nl. Eugui, F. Miceli, H. Becker. N, Bronzcrt, Blockston, F. Himmel, C. Russo, A. Eichorn, R. Fernandez. Fourth Ron: K. Chesonis, T. Lorenzo, V. Chesno, J. Helm, K. Boehm, D. Rohleder, T. Nadrowski. POSITIVE REACTION. Frank Romeo and Ron Sunderland unfortunately wit- aplk L ness Mr. W'izard's shocking electron dcxn- onstration. THE OTHER W'lSE MAN. Choral read- ers Ron Yakaitis, Al Polclemba, Nancy Kirchcr and Bob Corrigan pause to hear the somber strains of the Mount-Seton Chanters. 1 LUITH ODE ITIORE YEHR'S JOURNEY CLASS 3C BROTHER PATRICK, C.F.X Front Ron' fleft lo righlh M. Fastner, T. Iampieri, C Mascari, E. Higdon, P. Larkin, R. Shearer, Sampery J. Reese, Thomason, Klosek. Second Row: Jacobs, R. VanLill, C. Lindner, E. Pietruszka, M. Meyer, F. Rosofsky, F. Cappelletti, E. Hines, T. Boyle, T. Conway, A. Maccentelli, M. Harris. Third Row: J. Stranovslcy, Gartland. T. Dailey, P. O'Donnell, C. Avara, R. Sit-jack. N. Yczikle. R. Greer, D. Hargy. I'Ullffl1 Ron: M. Klima. A. Noon, F. Heiner, J. Colburn, P. Reynolds, R. Bechler, McDonald, Lauer. 4 RICH RUSSELLS RETORT gets a rolllckmg approval from Ron Sunderland, oe Vach and their dates OUR FAIR LADIES J Macher, J Groh M ohnson and Conley the Samt Rose contmgent take a break on the terrace at the unnor Prom HHEHD OF THEITI CLASS 3D BROTHER DAMIAN C F X F on! Row fI1 I to fltgllfj R Chambers M Kettering C Llberto Lewis F I.lllC3SZEWSlKl R Calleja P Wash Pomtelc M Till Second Ron Taylor L McWilliams I' Scholtz I. MCISQF J IKllSllC T Booth D Brulmslu S G Dixon Mohler Tlnrd Ron R McDonnell, T Stelgelman A T1rntmo R Rlesner P Belz Matlter S Arata R Otter P Glese R Dexse Fourth Ron P Pl3S8ClCl E Glodek C Nemecelc W Hannan M ohnson R Horsley D Gtudnce B Hurst H Smith V . . ' 5 f 3 lx X Y , A Q y ' : X -ni . ,. 75 J ' . 0' J. '- - J . www" 'Q ,fw E , .. . . ' , A. ' I : . r I : . , . ' , ' . . . , . , . , ' . l , A 'A , . ', . ' . . , . , . , . , . . ': . J. , . . . ': ' . . ' ' , ' ', . , . ' , . , . J , . , . ' , . 7 A , . , . ' I, . , . , . , . . xi A THL MOUNT CHESS TI:A'VI th1t battlms with brains rathrr than braun I9 priming, popul-urtty Thty 1re 'lc t In rx Ill I :ret on lt 11015 avson Kc Murphs Strand Run R lkantorslcl M lKOM'lltSlCl Vw Bender T Butler and Brother Aqum L l' X OLD STANDBY Brother Aubln a smlllng, and famtltar face at every Mount Prom s Camera caught as he gives a unlor Prom program to B1rbara Lowe ohn lewis date LOYAL SONS Dan Fogarty, ,lim Federlnne Bob Lewan dowslu and Frank Cappellettl together vlth their dates and the rest of the unxor Class demonstrate class loyalty at the 58 jumor Prom in-ix? n., 1 v ': ' 5-.n,2",... .. A, V' 2 -frif' ' ky gi . ,, , L 1 1 .5 can Y 'ff ' . w ' mv ' ' I' ., f 1 L" y 5 MN Ei , 5' wr yi X1 A , 1 ,:' Q 171 we J , Q 'f 9 - z 1 . 41 E ff? xr Q V V 1' V f V W VN , xx l N' 8 f 1 , V 1 Vx , . I , :Q 7 Q K. 5 ,v 42 F' , . V M M M! ' Q ' ' f P 4' Q ,1, 1 A Y :. AZ , iv K' 'rj .P- ,.',. .Q .W , -Q ,- I W if ?x,f 9 .A Ll 4. t V 5. - 4 XL Q.: - N -, Ik .ii Q' , N ' A ' , - Q 9 I vw w 4, X yt, V f V X3 A . If 4 Y I ,. Y WN X .Hg L' lg lx?-1 - ' gf .1-9 J , -41 V .v ' f I P-me ,M M I' if .gf 491 I .J 1 , - f L... C-kv ls CLASS 2A BRO I'Hl:R COLOVIBIERE C FX ont Ron 'let In rz lt! R Cax 5 W 'No R H1 DeBoy J Okrasxnslcx M Smnrh K Dawson G Stump Second Ron P ustlce W Gardiner L Otterbem R Baldwin, D Roswell F PIIOFII7 T effers, F Banz M "MASON lVllfSSACll'f," Leonard Nlason delivers his speech in convention style at a Legion of Decency Rally held at The Catholic High School. HOT DOG Cxmbolo Forrester and Clhalc xndtxly. ln favorite Amerlcan pastime at the conclusion of the Father Son Sports Nnght SOPHS O Netll E Pl tt Ilnrcl Run P Pierpont D Grabowskt C Cherry E Crown Vw Gort C Abrams H 'Vlaldels R Rebbert J e7ortk 'I-l1lClI10y0!' 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Q v 1 x Q. xy K .,k t Q 'Xb Rl K hx 'gf' 14 I l i., N ' K . . 3 V li' ,'Ll 1 A 5 Ei x l ig Q ' A 17' 2, A - il W X x :Sw K' 3 5 -,Z ,tyl m lr 'SF QW V' ' v L . FW' A . Q E, l i.. V1 :fl L 1 ff X J .V h 1..4 ' if M rg 5 g 1, W u W T , . 1 ' x ,Y Q ,Q 'Bw Q, , Q 2 F 4 U I If 6, Q -I x 'Q . is fu.- , 3 3 'F' " sf W' ' Lx J P ,. , I 1 - 3- f- ll 4- X f . . -Ei i , N 5 , .fr 5' ' A 5- 7 1 is 4, W A , x A QA! .. ,, , 4 , - 3 Y K r I ' X if oi 1' xg 26 , 3 v 0 Q- H ,-- U' 'Y NF ZW 1' w W A 'E . X 1 . CLASS 2F BROTHER NICODEMUS, C.F.X. Bernhardt, Shiner, A. Zalner, C. Furst, Hipp. Third First Row fleft to righw: R. Manlciewicz, R. Deppe, B. Kegel, Row: C. Zeitler, W. McNamara, R. Evirs, G. McCullough, P. Urbanslci, O'Donncll, I.iiIt-y, X. Narutowicz, R. Sullivan, R. Schultv, D. Strauss, R. Cudnik, Durivngt-. Barco, B. Farrell, M. Clark. Second Row: F. Deyesu, Fourth Row: W. Hogarth, F. Mason, P. Smith, W. Carr, Thompson, Quattrocche, G. Getnignani, W. Slunt, Durlcin, Peters, Hart, R. Hutchins. MIKE'S MITE. Mike Smith eyes the scale and hopes he makes the team. Sr F' 'El UPREMEDIT.-XTED MURDER?" No, as jimmy ! DeBoy can testify, just an overflow of school spirit before the Loyola fracas. 4.1 Lp- -a-an-mg, LIBRARY LEARNING Stephen Hemermann Joe Mongelll WHAT? ME WORRX " Alfred E Neuman graces the table as nm Owens and Denny Burke eye the camera Al I5 The Ton er s Warren Rllfbllng and lawrence Burch could be ambitious answer to Mad planning a trlp to China but actually they are merely pooling thelr homework '37 N .f 4"" rf, M Qi , -J f IIT N1 CLASS 2G BROTHER FRANCIS JEROME CFX Front Row fle t to rxlglxll D Grabau I Maher M Donovan M Donlan Kollner E Hagens P Cromwell J Wlllnarns Foley R Rl hl Second Row E Trlbbe Blackert Snodgrass, V DlP1etro Allen Gllley S Lancelotta x 4l""'-t 141 ,pl-' W Lutche J Damloslu W Lally Thxrd Raw J Mackert Pundzak, B Lextner C Boemmel, Auberger, C Mans perger M Menton Barry R Koochagnon Fourth Row N Sabatlno, J Mxklasz, W Sullnvan W Dawson J Blum 3 . ., V , ' 7 V, ' A f , 6 A ' WJ. A ,- ,-,, V- , , . ' A A 1 I A V 4 ,rg J' W A 0 'C A " " I 1' ' 9 7 I ' 4 V ht 9 g it ,M , x f :L J O . fl I F. ' ,f v T A L "' X X is v ' 5 X I fl '.1"E:"J I-fx 62 A A M.,.E?g x -HQEQL D-'N . K :fi-:iF4g:ii6f75 Cf A . , ,- ,, ,, .7 K., Kfqgfg I ,,a N Z .P fi t Z 1 V f ' . , ' I M w r ,- A " f l ,jx f ,, Y Q up xx A , ln ,N 11:31 A , ,I gg L - V'-N. , , .fsf I I .. Mk' , - ,, , -,.. 2 LS 4 sf r 41: - ' , . . . . , . ' ', . . ' : . f ' : ' s . ' y ' s J- - y - J- - ' ' v J- 9 ' 1 - s ' x y - g J- , - . . I J. , . e . : . , J. , . . . , . , . . J' ' Y J' l J' l ' 1 White laughes Clellghtedly whlle Brother Patrick and Sal Coco conduct a battle of wits RR R R R RIGHT HERE Brother Jordan instructs two new frosh candndates Paul Hubner and Bob Pemberton, on the art of chaplet malcmg FROSH CLASS 1A BROTHER JORDAN C FX Front R n fl l In rrtghtl A Shlmkavec J Herman C Warfield Strlclcer A Nowaskey M NlcCauley R ohnson C Ullman M Runge J Flchorn Svrzmd Run Turlc C Brookes R Rramy lx Melser F Iochary A Hlnkle, T OConnell W Strubel F Kasper P Cashour TOURIST CLHSS Thxrd Row J Bartek Purcell R Borlcowskl M Gaynor Butler Gray, W Keating L Voellcer W Chase Fiedler Fourth Row B Smith T Hurst D ueen W Fletcher Role, D Hupp W Scholtes C C1rmody E Loomls -I T-L , V V A ,Qgw,,,:, .V Lv - 4 1 1 , I 5, xl, HAPPY MOMENT. As Hank Carll watches, Nancy A ' X 4 1 . 1 '. . Ar' . . . G O y 1 u 0 . : ' Y J' D Y ' .Y ' Y 0 ' ef 4' : . ' , . , I 1 - V, - , - , . , J.. ' , . 4', . , . . : . , . , . Q , J ,.' ,. ',.. : . ,j. . ,. ,.. ', J. l , . , . , '. , '. . , . '. 65 'r , 'Q w w c , sir, :ff W ,E p 1 M7 ' , Y W X .1 ' I F wx R' -? r ! fkfg! fi Yi P' Q N 4 I, H Y f J' 4 av 1' 9' K in , , N J- ? fcgx 1 x -w ,f, 8 ray: . ,f Ifi s. Q5 Y., ,Y ? fl, 4 'X CLASS 1D BROTHER GAVIN, C.F.X. Front Row fleft to righll: C. Lewns, A. Manlc, R. Meehan C. Buclcleman, D. Gerin, J. McDermott, R. Lee, C. Petchilc Second Row: R. Bettendorf, A. Tirocchi, N. Youskauslcas D. Puglisi, T. Raine, Z. Hodges, J. Scher, J. Joyce, R Kulwiclci, G. Crawford. Third Row: W. Zito, L. McCanna, C. Boone, B. Richter, R. Pemberton, T. Kremer, J. Kircher, J. Casper, 1. Bory. Fourth Row: D. Biniasz, R. Ormrod L. Rest, R. Bellamy, T. Baranowski, R. Long, H. Ebellce F. Clifford. 1 7 . ..e?"'f: f . We 'fl' .2 - . M , 'A f , 11+ - , f 11' V , , .., .. .,., 'ge M. ,af I My Z M.v.,.f Y. ,f N wx V, V ,V .shaft . Q., t A 3 f 7 . . . , 4 2 M , ., ..,, 4 J flnrfvirkyi , i -11 ax , kia J, . V - W 1 , Q , N V, W . , U' 4? .l WHAT MAKES IT GO? These Mountmen seem to W. be fascinated by the automotive marvel of John Wessel's 6 hot rod. f u .l Q! MOUNT MOP-UP. All types of academic skills are promoted at the Mount. These residents are displaying their brushing ability on the Mount's pool. TAKE ONE. This scene was reenacted hundreds of timesg only the stand-ins were changed to match the sundry displays on Brother Patrick's bulletin board. fu 95 67 CLASS 1E BROTHER FIDELIS CFX Front Row flel to right! C Heffernan T Colebroolc W Null R Nltsch R Lange Koubek H Kahl Thompson, R Conrad C WlSUlEWSkl Second Row lVl Slattery, E Zelgler T Lmsenmeyer W Wr1ghtson,A Tripp Whxteford Frank, C Krejclk Lease, Wessel CLASS 1F BROTHER SYLVAN CFX Front Row fle I to rzghtl C Duncan S Hemermann W Krause P Sinda T Rothe M Rothe I Burch T Bruns F Dunn P Aires Second Ron Riley W Woods J Wilson C Cooper R Moore Kmnear G Stevenson D Hemerlca Tlnrd Row Cornet E Bollon Smxth D Kottraba C White T Janda J Mutschler Stout R Meek D Valentine G Morrls Fourth Ron McMahon, S Adelung C Russo Tybwrskl F Blahut Johnson Gurry R Morrxs T Burns P Hudson Yhrrd Row I' Lelenlca Mongelll Colly W Rucblmg, Hartman T Pawelczylc B Brown G Paclarelll P kelly I'ourll1 Ron R WISUICWSRI R Welsh R Broadwater, C Rehalc E Kreczmer I Porter M Schlmmg , . . . M. , . . l TJ- 7 - D 1 . , . ' , . , J. , . , J. P. , . , . ' , . '. I . , . ' ' ' 4. : . R. . , . , J. ' ' ', . , . ' , . ' . , . ' . 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" 1 Q :Lf '.1 . fx. 15,5 1 ' , ,jgJfV:"2 V , M12 f , 'zffivffgg' ,, f1:,':,e. ,g 'E'-1,, -1 ,Ugg zlgiifaffi - if -of - , ga -Y , . f , ffl' QE' 'Q' 4 M, . . ,N H-1, X 45 f-4,1-' ,-f. ,. , f 51-Rim are out of this world I R I T U H L All activities at the lNlot.nt are cciitcrctl around. T H E S P one theme. "all for Ciodfi Our religious activi- ties. which include thi' morning ros.1rx'. CShlC. Cdwapletniakcrs. and l.vg1on :if l3cccnCy'lieh1 to LU O R L D emphasize this fact. The highlights of the year are due hlass of die llolv CH1ost.rctreat.a11d Eather and Son Comintinion lirealeliast, OUTST.-XNDING SERVICE. Klotiixtinen and Brother Cvavin received awards for their fine service in CSMC STUDENTS' STRENGTH. As a climax to their retreat. activity from Archbishop Kcough at a rally held at thc seniors attend Mass and receive Holy Communion the Cathedral. in the Chapel. fu! e x E Y E f j :TK ,, .M Q my w.j,j 6, 4 SEKORA SPEAKS. Sophomore John Sekora has the floor at the Legion of Decency rally held at Catholic High School. ...ai-1.1 W -of . .,p-'sg-13-' -M .ol 1 :N -4 '--it 'ANA 4 ws MOUNT MAY DAY. Heads bow in prayer as the Mount begins its May' observance. This is now a Mount customg takes place on the seniors' last day of school. IYIEETING OF THE NIINDS. The Executive Board of the Nlounfs CSMC unit poses by the statue of its Benefactress. My v UJE PHUSE LONG Again the Band has come through with liying colors. The director. Brother Simon. has done an excellent jolt with the sixty or so musically- inclined lXlOLlI1Ill1l'I1, Besides the opporttinitt' for intlmdtiiil self'- improveinent. the Hand also adds the extra spark for cheering. keeping the fans in the spirit ot' the game. And from all the OHS and AHS at the Spring Concert. we know that every band boy did his best to make this one of the most enjoy- able events of the year. "WAY W"E PLAY." Departing seniors of the Mount Band pose after giving their farewells to Brother Simon. band director. if O, tml' Q li 'r L .. 'SEQ i -., .g,, "' 4-il! 545 ' -1 'Q ya N: : - ' ',1?'f?.,g,."L- 'fi . 'V , ' A -. 2 . 2 V 4, W 4 f,,.,,, ,gap t .A , A., .. My ' , .ge f,,,, ,Ab , ,V xr .,W,,,f4.M,,-A W is i . , q .fF'j,7Q?,.'fP'f. i: t ' 'A ,,,.g,..7 V, F, J ,fl 7 ,,J",jv- D' .ww ""' f ?'r.,,' ' '4'T'2'w -mtv' 'f "H" ' M - gf' " 1-fi. uinwfr-5' "Qt Q Z , , ,V ,-wr' :,.,fv,V,E,,, J 1 ,QA Ln -ff: 'ra v, S .. my f . ' ' .f ,, ,. ' " ' ' - . . -'ft .A rr te., , , 1 .k ms . f, 3" ,. . -t Q- if .. Y V 'F' 'ref' ff: - it 5 . t . it 0+-ff '- V , , Q, is .. f ,!'gf"'3"' fs- 4. ""+'5P . 4' rg.. 411 "- ,. A -My :pw Q f .sys 1 4 ,aim '1 , 1457? '- A v e ' t ' M5 wi , , .mu fi 'ff - 'if s -' f -'H "YOUR LOYAL SONS." Motint Band plays the Alma Mater in formation Linder the direction of Brother Simon, instructor and bandinaster. . 5 at Q1 '. A x . f ab A K . ,- Q X - i , I I ' 'i, I Nw N l ' u 0 :":'i,:ji I ' f I I. 1 1 1 li 'Tv X il I fl 1 , 'In ir, lv Y' X -'-' '55 ' . xx ll I - -'zzz' 14, . N S ' fig' ' a fi .fp " 1 Th' z Q s ,J 1. C, , 1 :xg Q Y, , ..', 'vs' 5. gf ., J 2 FW W! ' f' V . g , if - w 2 if X f Ji..-5-wif' . . F51 " 'Ji' S . 5 A i b ,q fV" ' - .fly , Z f X-.91-:,w.g 'wx' f-'- f Af 3 X V if-1 X Q, + 'SJ R f - ' N if MN? I-'hr 'VIN '-4 Q1 W 4 -f ff' 9, C ,J , is at ' 1 ,, 4 5, 9 3 1 I " -fs. id S 1 ii as EXTRA! EXTRA! Quillmen who provided that extra punch that made the Quill so enjoyable pose with Brother Kurt, Moderator. Scaled fleft to riglith Co- H TRIP LIHE THIS ITTHHES HLL THE HEHDLIHES ...THE QUILL DSQOQHW 0 editors Dan Michaelis and Mike Iampieri. Standing: John O'Dorinell, Henry Becker, Joe juknelis, and Bob Corrigan. Witli Mike lampieri and Danny Nlichaelis at the helm as editors, and under the guidance of Brother Kurt, the school's paper, The Quill, came off the presses eight times during the ycar. To inject spirit into the student body, to publicize appropriately the many activities and programs in the school, to provoke student interest in cur- ricular and extra-curricular facets of lVlount life, and to stimulate lVlountmen's clevotion to the better things-these were the objectives of the '57-'58 journalists. Wfhile each one of us is I1Ot expected to check to see whether they realized all these objectives, we can confidently acknowledge that the Quillmen met their deadlines, produced their successive issues, and delighted us with an excellent journal of our year. They lcept an accurate and day-to-day record of our trip around the Mount! MOUNT MODERNIST Mlchael Iam plerl the 57 58 Co editor and Cartoomst gazes intently into the future of modern af PAPER CUT OUTS The Quill edntors put the paper together m the flnal draft before xt goes to the prmter THE FORW -XRD LOOK Co editors bow out xeteran sports edltor ohn ODonnell asslsted b unllmcn Bob Corrlgan 'md -Xl Exthorn prcpaarcs to take oscr as Edntor "SF ANOTHER MOUNT FIRST. Mount speakers R. Yakaitis, A. Poklemba and R. Corrigan team with INDian Nancy Kircher and Seton Glee Club for the dramatic reading of "The Other Wise Manf, THE HOPE OF THE FUTURE. Speakers Pete justice, Bob Corrigan and joe Colly, with past championships to their credit and the promise HDD GIVES US of still more development in the future, spearhead the Mountls hopes for another season of victories which will parallel or surpass this year's impressive log. PLENTY TO THLH HBOUT WORD WINNERS This year was a year of many successes for the Mount's Forensic Group. Here is a rundown of victories: Voice of Democracy Catholic Forensic League American Legion Baltimore City Optimist Roland Park Optimist Catonsville Optimist Dundalk Optimist Ron Yakaitis, First in City Ron Yakaitis, First in State Ron Yakaitis, Third in Diocese Ron Yakaitis, Second in National Finals Bob Corrigan, First in Diocese . Ron Yakaitis, First in City Ron Yakaitis, First in State Ron Yakaitis, First in Regional Finals in Boston Ron Yakaitis, Second in National Finals in New Mexico Bob Corrigan, Third in City John Sekora, First Place Michael Holden, First Place Peter Justice, First Place Joseph Colly, First Place Our bird's-eye-view of the Mount now focuses its attention on the forensic ac- tivities. In recent years these activities have reached out to incorporate more and more of the Mount student body into its ranks. Under the guidance of Brother Kyrin, C.F.X., and Brother Nicodemus, C.F.X., this yearls public speaking de- partment has chalked up an impressive record and it includes among its student members national, as well as local win- ners. ff: Ve , Y at 4 7 ff if Q 1 ,V V W is .f - nw 4 - 6 ,if f , X sw , , Q 3: . ijt, V ---sf TALENTED TALKER. The school's lending trophy winner, Ron Yalcaitis, is congratulated hy tht- Nlayor of Boston after his victory in the American l.egion's Sectional Elimination Contest. From Boston Ron wont to New Nlcxico where hc came in second in the national finals, the only Maryland winner over to attain this distinction. GAB FEST. Gael gahhers check material in prvparation for another season. Standing left to right arc: F. Kelly, R. Yalcaitis. A. Poklt-mba, Gardiner, P. justice, Sekora, P. Cook, R. Corrigan and F. Wfalsh. Seated L'II7CkRiSf' an-und the table are: Colly, T. Butler and K. Dawson. UJE HHVE K' CUB CJUJD TRFIVELOGUE One of the lVlount's outstanding extra-curricular activities is the Camera Club. This year for the first time in several years the clulv was opened to both the day- hops and the residents. The objectives of the Camera Club are to teach those interested the ideas and principles hehind good photography. Under the direction of Brother Barton, C.F.X., and with the help of many visual aids, these olvjectives have been reached. This year was also highlighted hy a trip to the Sun Paper building by the members of the club. CAMERA CLICKS on the Camera Club. After taking scores of pictures, the members of the Camera Club End themselves on the receiving end of the shutter. P4 0. tal I 'Ts' NEITHER RAIN NOR SNOW NOR GLOOM OF NIGHT will keep Brother Barton from his unappointed task as he peers through the viewnnder. VIEVVING AND REVIEVUING. Aided by Brother Barton, members of the Camera Club look through piles and piles of photographs learning the "do's and don't's" of photography. f ,Wg g C 7 SUPPLIED BY THE CHmERH CLUB SURE HOPE THEY TURN OUT. Bob Tolsch and Tom Steigelman, both outstanding members of the Camera Club and responsible for many YB pictures, press hard to meet the deadline. "SO THATS HOW' THEY DO IT!" The guide is explaining to the Camera Club how the type is set for the Sunpapers. Suth trips made up part of Brother Barton's program this year. is 25 YEARS Members of the Mothers Club pose for Brother Aubm at the 25th anniversary dlnner at Candle Ltght Lodge Gracious Mrs Beck mother of slx Mount grads IS 11 foreground ThlS was the year of annwersary The Mounts Mothers Club observed its sxlver jubllee this year 'md the occasxon was appropnately marked by 1n 'tnmvcrsary banquet at the Candle Lxght Inn Mrs Arnold retlrecl towards the end of th1s year as Preslclent, after seven years ln that office W1th Oyster Roasts Bmgos monthly meetings Sp6C1ZilCOII1lT11tfE6 work and endless detalls under her dxrecuon Mrs Arnold made her last year one of outsrancllng success Her ladxes turned the tables on her ln May by tendermg her a spe clal retlrement banquet It was but a token of gratxtude and HHCCIIOII a token of a debt that can never really be sat1sf1ed Upon Mrs Arnolds retlrement Mrs Alan Pessagno was elected to the ofhce of Presxdent She brxngs to her dutxes great zeal eHlc1ency and mterest She wxll surely carry on tn the gracxous and devoted manner of her pre decessors SEHSOTIED TRHVELERS HDVISE US. PRESIDENTIAL EXUBERANCE ns clnsplayed by Mrs Alan Pessagno newly elected presldent of the Mothers Club COMMUNION BREAKFAST Mr jennmgs master of ceremonies congratulates the stu dents and fathers on thexr fine attendance at Communion and then at the breakfast 'I 40 time V ,-If O Y I iv-'fy N 1 ' s v 4 I P40 NIOUNTS HAGNIFICENT MOTHER. The scl1ool's loyal lady, Mrs. Hcrbcrt Arnold, ac- cepts the silver tray at the lmnquvt given in her honor by tlw Nlntlwrsl Club. Rvtiring this yt-ar. after sou-n yvnrs ns Prcsitlrnt. sho rt-mains our beloved Slrs. Mount Saint josvph. CONCENTRATION. Brother Colomlniere pauses in his dvlivvry during thc' Mothers' Club dinner as Brother Pastor. Brother Marcellus and our dcvotcd Hrs. Metzger listen attvntively. '1 'K-9 NJ jf 5 4 4. 'Y ' fl- 51 bf A-Q .L nf SETON SONGSTERS. With our Glee Club at their heels, these lovely Seton ladies climb the Tower steps for another performance. GLEE CLUB There is one activity here at the Nlount truly attuned to all the varying tastes. This is Brother Aquin's Glee Club. Concerts peppered with many selections of popular songs, spirituals, classi- cal ballads and hymns were given during the year at Catholic High, the Peabody lnstitute, and here at our own Spring Con- cert. The outstanding event of the year, though-'at least for the members themselves-was their co-production with Seton of "Don Alonso's Treasure." e "DO YOU HAVE IT?" Joe Pundyak is all set to roll as he checks his buddies' cues. "PERFECT TIMING." Under the direction of Brother Aquin the Bards blend in great harmony to "Around the World in 80 Days." EVERYWHERE HHRFTWODY PREVHILS -- -'Cf fl x X :.f-" , ... - - 5 ' -" :3fffi'fii1i X 5 ,C-. 2 'Q uf f ff ' .-.3 G I H a "TAKE FIVE." The Talent Club, under the super- vision of Brother Talbot and with capable master of ceremonies. john Gartland. takes a well earned break from hard practicing. GLEE CLUB. First Ron flcfl to riglzw: L. DiNicolan Kellnr, W Chase H Btcktr T OConnell R Steiger tonio, P. Justice, R. Dcise. I.. Bezold, C. ,Iednorslu R wa flnrzl Run Smith l: Nnllm R Thelen jaworski. W. lVlct7gcr, R. Bt-ttcndorf, D. Grabau Maccvnt Ili I Cook M Mtltvtnghlin G Pc-rsc-g.,h1n R Abrahams. A. Nowaskcy. Second Run: Brother Aquln lkantorskl R Prttc M. Kohler, Gilley, N. Bronze-rt, D. Michaelis, D QC ri f , 'ff' to 1 I " o-0 Q I UQ DOUBLE HONOR. The lVlount honored the Tower's founder. the late Brother Kenneth. C.F.X., by instituting the new Graduation Award. Outstanding Towerman jerry Klas- meier won the first Brother Kenneth Award this year. FRAUDSZ Notice how industrious Tower staff- men become when there is a camera present. GUR TGLUER REHCHES TO THE STHRS PRIVILEGED PARTY. Tower and Quillmen. headed by Moderator Brother Robertus. meet His Excel- lency, Bishop john Vfright, at the Villanova Press Conference. The W'0rcester Bishop delivered an in- spiring address at the Conference. . . . and what did the Tower staff do? Did they just take payments all year? How about the ad campaign? The pep-up assembly in the auditorium. The classroom boosts. Remember all tliose posters? Didnlt they sell cokes at the basketball games? Remember the Holiday Hop? What a time that was. And that Spring Swing! Didnlt they go to Villanova for some kind of conference? And remember when they came home from that New York trip? The stories they had to tell? Wluat a trip that must have been. And what about the book itself? Getting all those pictures. Writing the captions. And all those other things they did. What didnit the Tower staff do? - ! 'I 1" n ' I ,' 1 N ,in 37 Q. 1 .- rf f x I f V Q 1 x N.. Ls- 01 ., xx ,'4 N. . 1 -J , I 55 in ill Q. 2 18 , + M, 1 aw. 4 , wk Qtr! O 0 Q i vx x ' 1' vw. 1 ' n T.. ,Q V :Y . ' . I 39 N g- . 5 N 1 x -Q fu ah .E K . . .L - .in .Q ...N I. , ., f.. ,.- Q 'ubt nv Rm GAEL POINT-IVIAKER. Gene Sc-ybold, sends another three- pointer through the uprights to push the Nlount ahead for keeps as the Gaels win a harcl-fought Poly game, 3-0. VARSITY FOOTBALL-Frmi! Run flt-fr to riglili: W' Sullivan, N. Silcott, M. Rcnehan, D. Ring, C. Graham F. Geating, R. DeCarlo. Nl. Stevenson, Twaiuley. Deboy. Second Row: Brother Vernon, C.F.X., Mr. Stan Zaleski, 1. Strasdauskas, J. Blair. Ring. R. Sic-jack, D. Brulinski, R. Greer, E. Reilly, R. Nlurphy, I.. Fink, T. Lewis. Third t A 054 g , wr sffuzmraif- rt: 4 EJ, . ma I Ai 539- 'ii' A E'-2 at ' A' V"--4' kv xr X I . ri V x Wvlivii rlit- cui't.uii c.uiit- tltmn on :lite Varsity lftmt- . , W , , lllll 5t'.lNlvI1. Ill? lllkll log Iiuxltkl XN'.lh Y'-'l. I-lil' Mills . 1 , - I - xxvri' UYCI' .'XTClil'IsliuIi f,.lI'f'Ull. lv to ll. Silllit VTJIIICIA W - - w l llrwti. lv to lv, l'wlx. 1 T-Wll.f,1l'.'. ll? tw lv. l,.1flt'Ysi5l1. T' tu 6. ilu- last ilirt-L' i-.in-. wi-tw rspvcnillx SAI!-iX'll15l Slllff' Il xx.lN llil' lII'Nl llllil' III lllt' l.lNI liillf X'k'.N'N llhll fliix igtlf M ls lft-Ul11VllNl1t'll Illt' cYTClf NRlllk"'Ctl tit" limit :it thc h.1iit'ls ot' Smit Jolm-N of Wiasliiiigtuii. lfw , 7 ,, , to U. .intl C..1lx't'rt llall. w-l to Ci. Ilia lone tic ol thc stnisoii occurrctl ulivn tht' l'urplc :intl Cream mst l.oyol.1. :Mitt-it the sinolat' Intl clt'.irc.l. thc final score uxis IO to lil, The tight. spirit. .mtl clvtcrininzition tlispl.1yctl lu' this ycaris team arc typical of all the activities pro- inotccl at thc Nlount. These are attributes wc can all hc proud of. HERE'S LUHERE LUE GHIDED GROUND Ron: E. Scybold, G. Corbett. F. Heincr, G. Barker, Lauer, D. Gilner. j. Vadas, Selccra. Nlr. Victor VC'oods, Brother Ricardus. C.F.X. Frmrlfi Run: Heliii, VU. Rogers, R, Cudnik, N. Sabatino, P. DcNlario. Creamer, D. Silanslcas, B. Asplcn, T. Phocbus. :A I , Q , 1 sm E t I9 NIURF COVERS THE TURF. Dick Slurphy is off again. chewing up plcnty of yardage with backht-ld mon Zentgraf and Fink. Dick led the Gaels in scoring, holping to heat five of eight worthy opponvnts. VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Vflf 'l'HlfY 13 :Xrcliluslwp Carroll O 13 Saint Francis Prep 6 O Saint -lohnis 26 3 Poli' O 19 Cltv 13 7 Patterson 6 6 Calvert Hall 3-4 20 Loyola 20 81 105 JOE G.-XEL. Xlascot Jintmy Hines. is carried on the shoulders of a crowd of happy Slountmen after a thrilling defeat of City. 19-15. joe kept spirits high when the Mount fell behind. 4 1 :PV -Ht nl ak vo- v vw um, Q X ,- A 3 w S, L X.. X f f , I X M' CTX' f fa X t. I ff ' ' X--2 .2 0 vig! I int w ,f""x Ib,-Q '. 'I f' f ' ff N' I r A ' 1 ll ll X I X I ' ,, i '. Q . "-:E I I CSL? I I V .-,, . , ,g 49 - M i i paws.,-, 553537: rg -A I ROLLING OUT. Gary Zentgraf takes off A X around end in upset win over Poly. XX VICTORY! The Gaels score in last minute to defeat City. 19-13. DID THEY MAKE IT? The entire bench seems to be held in anxiety as they await the referees' decision on an down. all-important first AQ! I 1 ' QQ iff? 6+ we-' hgh U ,Mk A.. I I LEAPIWG SALUTE Here our cheerleaders im Helm Rick Russell Bob Pogge Paul I pman and John Gartland led by little joe Gael lr.-1d the student body in a rousing, chu-r ' s These stouthearttd 'Vlountmcn intli rectly had a large share In the success of our quad as game after gatne they continually got tle fans I a shouting mood 'F' G OUT OF MY W'AY. Hustling Tommy Lewis, helped by Dick lVlurphy's solid blocking, finds a hole as he scampers up the middle in a 20-20 tie with Loyola. STICKY FINGERS. jim Vadas makes one of his electrifying catches but this was of no avail as the Calvert Hall Cards downed the Gaels, 33-6. nf' luv --mtg Y .ng-vt.-t, - Q n,, . ....,. 1, , f-uv .ff-, . , -,- -..:':a:,,., e-, sg' , 5. '. A , fm . ,Ma an .-.f.. , - 2943 fri: f J.V. FOOTBHLL The 1957 -I.V. Football team, because of several handicaps, came out of the season with a poor record of one win, five losses, and one tie. The two coaches, Brother Kenny and Brother Carey, had to mold a squad almost completely made up of Freshmen, and throughout the course of the season had to find replacements for the many injured. I-lowever, the team played well in the last three encounters. The outlook for '58-'59 is exceedingly good. J. V. FOOTBALL-First Row fleft to riglztl: H. Carll, R. Cangelosi, T. Price, P. Cromwell, M. Rivas, G. Gemignani, Miller, Scher, R. Morris. Sccrmd Row: D. Valentine, R. Riley, R. Decker, T. Hessenauer, L. Carroll, P. Maher, R. Evers, M. Menton, A. Bednarczyk, R. Koochagion, Mgr. Third Row: R. Gilbert, Mgr., R. Barco, E. Waller, R. Bellamy, J. Durkin, R. Rohlcdcr, D. Matthews, J. Seaner, j. Lambdin, J. Miklasz, M. Tirrocchi, S. Coco. .WM i,:g,gff',f',. ,.."' GANGWAY. Rich Decker, dom- inating the field in a well- executed play, digs hard to elude two orirushing bone crushers. X BEAT THE CLOCK. As the seconds tick-by, Paul Haddad shoves all obstacles aside in his rush to pay-dirt. v ' i'yl'?.a'ir3 ' , , H. Q. f -' . , y 1 ., .1 Wg,,4J5 Q 1 ' . X 1 f J SJ '?l ,s , . . f ' A vwqny . A, . Pa iiqvgi -15 ,-ft' I. b Q L , I - . ...1fffrfra2.- ft: 4 .ff Q, A .'g,, -.4 , " V. ' Q "'ffft1i"??f'.:wa-,' 'sf ,. rt .V . , .-n'a,1?A1.LW.4 Q f" -1, .f I , , ,r-fl I 1 vf' 'H F' '-P1 'lf ff- 4 V. is A, '. 4. A rv A vs 1 hc ' f-4 ffwgf, J ' 'i'fr,,7,. ' H.. -'-J'-Q. LUE'VE BEEN BOOTED HBOUT The varsity soccer team was in the running for the lNl.S.A. title until late season. After suffering opening losses to Calvert Hall and Poly. we went on without another clefeat until a late season loss to Poly eliminated us from the title. Handi- capped by major injuries throughout the season, wi 0:40 . ' .y ff H' - 1. H, kim: 1 I '5:.4.,'f- , M if .f 'Vi' - 'Q 3,4 . . - 71' 'fi it f ,af ,- 443.5 4 l1P4fff'34fff'f'f.4"f'iF' i .ag 7 I' , uf. that fighting Mount Spirit kept us in the running. Howard Beck. Au ie Wfarnecker, Tom Re an. g 8 and Bill Lombardi led the team to six wins against four losses in the season log, hir. Plevyalc coached the team to a very successful season. 4 , ' ,. , . 4 'U , ,, f ,f,, . , I R l 14' Y' ' , A., , '.,,6me1"' w 5 K it '31,-Q 44 we 'W ff in I' w , uw 'L' 19" i . FANCY FOOTVVORK. Augie Wlxrncclu-r tries to confuse his opponents with 3 dazzling exhibition of footvork and at the same time maneuver the ball into a favorable position. PUTTING HIS BEST FOOT FORWQXRD. As Mario Eugui looks on, Marco Nlontvro shows tint- form in trying to outfox his Slcrvo opponent. A, is ' 'f'., .vw ef? ' 'OA 1' y JV l R W, ,,2,.,,,.,. V K N..- .., . 1 X 5 N. T1 Fqtix. '-37' 1 All' ..f::',w1?'tt1.', A '.-A3 555 5 BATTLE OF 76l john Ficca 1247 watches Ray Hemerich meet a Mervo opponent in a none-too-friendly manner. Ron Steigerwald joins the fray. LOOK OUT! john Ostrowski and Tom Regan converge on an opponent as he attempts a shot at our goal. Knowing the Gaels' prowess in soccer, you can bc- sure it was blocked. J. V. SOCCER-Front Row flcfl to riglitl: B. Kropp, A. Tripp, Wessel, T. Dcmski, C. Smith. Turk, R. Nitsch. Second Rrm':iC. Carmody. P. Maspons, Maclcert. A. Paul, J. McDonald, B. Malikowski, S. Amato, Myers, V. Howley, W. Carr. Third Row: T. Pajalc, Mr. Plevyalc, K. Jones, D. Rohleder, W. Hannan, C. Nemecek, M. Klima, C. Jednorslci, W. Harrington, E. Glodelc, Brother Talbot, C.F.X. 1 -' V ' . it i i 2 ...'ivf.. . :sk Xfx . ri . SOCCER The -I.V. soccer team recorded a winning sea- son although they did not bring home a cham- pionship. Sparlced by Denis Grahowslci. Sam Amato, and John Mackert, the team played spirited ball and was in the thiclq of every game. The team suffered a loss when Graluowslqi, the leading scorer, was called up to the Varsity in mid-season, but the boys upheld the tradition of the Mount very well. xi ,J- I x . r. af W ,V-. M . LA '. sf ' - . M. .. if.: 4 ,g ,?,,,jYj:,,.. if .111-or M A . , . .5 L,-. 94153.2- - 1 gi' ,.,,,, . "4-' ,JD-Y... -4. f l i 4 l l i il "' Q V lg. 39, i 7:4 J' OVERSEER. Brother Gavin watches runners Tom Jeffers, Bill Jenkins, Denny Voith, and Myril Johnson, leading pacers for the Mount's cross country offensive, as they move around the track. CROSS COUNTRY 'sl R --,Q f' ff i W Q B3 t., M, CROSS COUNTRY-First Row flrft to riglltl: T. Jeffers, J. Brailsford, M. Smith, P. Cashour, R. Calleja. Second Row: R. Staley, W. Scholtes, W. Ruebling, W. Jenkins, D. Voith, M. Johnson, Brother Gavin, C.F.X. Uncler the direction of coach Brother Gavin, C.F.X., the cross country team made spirited showings in all of the various meets, coming up against the city's top teams. The Bowling Team also made a top showing against the best of their opponents, showing by their competition that the Mount is nobody's soft touch. BOLULIHG VARSITY BOWLING-Left to right: Al Burke, Joe Prematta, John Ostrowski, Bill Dawson and Bill Smuck. STANDOUTS. Denny Voith and Dun- can Bossle exhibit the form that made them the top men of the Mount cross country team. BHSHETBHLL IT'S HLUJHY NIHTTER OF TImE NHND OVER 5'l:XTTffR. Gene Corbett seems to be "thinking" thi' ball into his arms. Dan Gilner and l.arry Alteintis are helping the tlmnght process out Consider- ably by their strong defensive play. S ALLEZ OOP! Don Vfallenhorst displays his back-court prowess against a City opponent. This one-hand jump shot proved to be Don's "bread 'n' butter" shot. nourishing the whole Slount team. The 195758 baslcetball season was not the most successful the hlount has known. After losing hve of the top six men the year before, the Gaels entered the season with one seasoned player. The Gaels played every game with at least two Juniors on the starting team and they all came through admirably. Led by Larry Altemus, the veteran holdover, and Gene Corbett. the Gaels recorded a season record of six wins and fourteen losses. Corbett was the leading scorer ol' the llrivate Schools, though only a Junior. Tom Regan helped greatly with his rebounding and John lirifzera added scoring punch. The impressive performances turned in by this years Juniors offer great hope for next yearis team. Q.. 1 Q Q- HOLD THAT BALL. Joe Cashour fights hard to keep the ball as Brendan Asplen hurries over to lend a X helping hand. 'l ALL EARS. V. players Bill Rogers, Mike Balough, Greg Stern, and George Stump watch as coach, Mr. Plc-vyalc, goes over important play before the second half. J.V. BHSHETBHLL Under the direction of Mr. John Plevyalc, the J.V. basketball team amassed a fine record for the season. Although all the members were either freshmen or sophomores, the squad continually baffled their opponents with their surprising sprints of speed and amazing agility. J. V. BASKETl3Al.L-I"rnnt Run' flvfi Io riglitl: B. Asplen, R. Bernclt, A. Cashour, IW. Balough, G. Stern, E. Waller, W. jenkins, A. Walsh. Second Row: C. Cherry, W. Bernschcin, Poitcr, E. Glodck, VV. Rogers, Burchell, Tirocchi, Mr. John Plevyak. CUB BASKETBALL-Front Row flcft to riglln: Cornett, R. Kulwicki, V. W'oods, Kircher, S. Coco. Svcmzd Ron: H. Carll, R. Ebt-Ike, Scaner, D. Schroe- der, C. Dclpi. ULTIMATE EFFORT. Ray Kul- wicki and Bill Brown of the Mount's Freshman basketball team are trying their best to get possession of the ball. .iff OBSERVATION POST. Bishop Ba- ker and Hank Carll seem to be enjoying their sit-out at the Frosh basketball practice. FABULOUS 1-ROSH. Frcshman svnsation Jim For- rvstcr shows thu form that gave him an undcfvatfd scason in 1Vl.S.A. compvtition. SWIMMING TEAM-First Row Ilqft to riglztl: C. Brookes, W'hit0ford, D. Kottraba, French, M. Caulk, J. Smith. Svcmzd Run: Thomason, R. Nlurphy. WC Coopnr, Cihak, Twamley, W. McNamara, P. O'Donnc11. Third Row: Forrester, Maldeis, C. Brookes, C. Dorn, K, Freimuth. CHHHTIEL CHHLLEFIGERS Swimmers talcc your marltf Got bctf Go! So started the 1957-1958 season for thc hlount natators, Vyirh the gr.1t1u.1t1twn of act' tanlunan Harry Bloom. it looked 11140 thu nvw bcaxon was going to he 5oincw1iat tough, Hut. as usual. Coachts Wvaltcr Hurlvy and Charles 15vg.1r ramc up with another wurpriuing Swiminvr. tvrcfvlnnan jim Forrester. lilashy -Inn. along with Ken 1"rci- muth and Jim Nlaldcia, had an 11115101-vattxl scasori. He was the 100 yard Barlqstrolqc and lntliyitlual 1V1cC11cy Champion whilv tht- rvdoulwtahlc Kcn waz, the 100 yard Breast-Strolqc Champion. Unfortu- nately, Jun 1V1a1t14:is wa5 siclc-linvtl with minus troulnlc and coulcl not rcpvat hi. wnsational per- formance in thc championwhip mcct of a year ago. .wld GO! junior Billy Bloom takes off determined to be Hrst in the freestyle event. Billy was one of the main cogs in the lVlount swimming machine which swept the lVl.S.A. title in a convincing manner. am, ' '-W, " 'V f' fry, N - 'P , X ' we bryan , U 1 W' I 'V vhwfmf , 'M rw, Q V ,fi f -W ,V V ,QW hm . M, ff-M, If -M V, , Wh My-N M N J, x , Wm , 'ns.,, 4 " A ----Q , 'W Mag 5 A rt V .M-pg AIR! Charlie Brookes gulps a , mouthful of that all-important mix- , W -. ff .. , we p 4 Q t r ff ff' me ture of gases as he storms to victory V f in the freestyle event. In MSA competition, the Gaels went on to defeat their ruals in record fashion, winning sometimes by as much as 40 points As expected the two squads which gave us the most trouble were the well trained boys from Poly and Nlc Donogh Homer er through the combined efforts of Forrester, ODonnell Freimuth Nlalclels Bloom Schnuit, Murphv Kottraba, Twamley and the two divers, McNamara and Caullc, the team ment on to prove that the Mount is still undis puted State Champ EXCELLENT FORM Marty Caulk gracefully executes one of the dives that made him a standout performer of the Gael swimming team REVERSE SPEED Pat ODonnell storms through the water with the gearshxft in reverse as he does the baclcstroke 1-if TNQ 1'-Nwzzsgh A-8. -xg, 'XFX 'Q V' yfhxug , Pie Qi S' H."'.' " MURF'S LEG. Catholic Athlete of the Year, Dick Murphy, takes off on the tinal leg of the medley relay. A BUDDING STAR. Billy Bloom, only a junior, is a standout in the breaststroke, and he is certain to blossom into a great performer in his senior year. ,E Q.,-fe x S ,N -,g-, gag Agl. W-'K ts Q-f BUDDY'S BEAT. Buddy Dorn storms through the TAKE IT, VVALT! Walt Stanislawski follows John water, and the spray flies from the rhythmic beat of Smith in the relay as Bill Cooper waits. his powerful arms. ti 1.45 S""nr 3 Ui In ll! Nl 1:49 .2 3. vu Us EPZ' 1 , - vm-"?ls. . 5 "UA 3 'A Q-. jx:-. -n-fi Q 3, yn, Q gy ' L' laik' fs, ' x7Y"'i' Urm v 3 4 .v , ' 1 ,sr--f , , ,Qi if 'W' 'xl is , ' Q " Q 2 i 3 I x V' m'5.,A N X rx 'Af'-"' N 1 by at VARSITY WRESTLING-Front Row fleft to righll: C Mascari Mackert Second Row L Fink R Riley J. Crandell, A. Schilpp, G, Gemignani, W. Iampieri, C Graham, B Pope Bracken F Kearney Slunt LURESTLIHG Even though their record was O and 5, we've got to hand it to the wrestling team. Under gruelling self-discipline, they spent hours of prac- tice in developing their bodies and slcill. Suffer- ing some set-backs in injuries, they sustained their spirit and sharpened it to a new keenness through the encouragement, coaching and guidance of coaches Mr. Shanahan and Mr. Jeppi. ARMS. Lanky Eric Dorn attempts to slide from under- neath this Poly man. A" 9 3 ' ,, 1 'Q 5 15 - 2 , D X". , , ' s ,Q,,,f' ..o 1 , ' 1 2, ' , ' X ' ' ard 5 ' ' " M N Md" I ' f wh 0 . I , ' v 1 ' 'nr M xxmtr ' ' 5 I WM www: H ff f ' n,..4.- ' V4 ,MZ if-.Mbit d,,,M " ,ff 9 A V ffwf f""9fm: . -va-413-viw P' 'RJQAKAWQ' iff ' Q ,Q Wig- t g 'hf"'a"' ' V1 . f ' , , vp' , . A . , Uri, 'QF gf gg, ' ,,, , 'usd' t V X A ' E I4 ?,,,fg, , AH.. . -, ,V ,, I, ,Quia 1.3 1, , V. f.., N ' - ' .A xg, 1. gf , f 5 1 X aa' , , M .A - 7 ' .,a:,"' ff H." ' -L ' ' 1 . , f . 4, 4 K , t A f- ' ' 41' vt 4' ' ' 1 ya A "6 I V, as ' "br 4 Lf" ' n , X . I 0 1 , ' 'N . 5 4 4 W Va s 5 9 W Q , Q ' ah? 4 4 , f yy , ,, , V , nz f' ,.f9f3- ' all U I, 1 ,.f.f.f 1 V' .aww . n nf' ' I ' Q 11" .HQ ' 1 . 111 hmqa-l"?'?' rp Q.,4f'wf+f,-ff-f-' , 'ff ' ' . . www 0 J 'fi - W "I" ',""A" rr. W 'ZZ'-f .Av-s'4?:'.L?AM iii' bv .lima I., 'YEA' f... LONG STRETCH. The first baseman, jim Vadas, gives the old college try to retire his Loyola adversary. . P -4' ' '-. vm., . ,, Y' ,,.,..Ww... ,ya-ww-.. A D .- , N 'W-w.-is.. - T g"r'w - yx .5 n i ., , I , i ., 9 . I . - V, lv., - .M.w,g..M,,g.- - .. . A . ,, . , ..,. ' . . 11 - -f -W.. , ,,-3 w.2'!'5.L'2-1, ' w4,fr'5'.,:1.f- '- , .. W , ' ,-.3 san' 1 --gave' vf' W . sw- -, . I -f--Jw' W' ly--Z gh, - 'f'g,...N ' V' ,f g,',7S.'ai'.1g5r! Y rf'5'f'f"'N H'I'f ' " tug- . . Ms- 'fi fs'-..' P .r-': ' "f"'TAf"'-- ' f... - J - A ""' . -- was--4r,:.. 1-4 -+,77u--Qa,,J-1'-fl: ' -1 ' f K- ' ,. --f M- . ef, . Y T me ,s -.. '- 1. ' s, . - -- "'. ,A t 'J' :A . " ' ' . -..L A --. - ' eg...-4m.'1f .-.iw ....1.'S.Q!i'BE'?.hlSa.'-J'-EB. View ---V. 'V f -:-- "va'at,+z,. I MADE IT! Ed Burchell slides into home to help up the Mount score against Gilman. ,. V ff, FM ,, - . Emvf' 'YL-If. ' , . ' ' 'if - 1 id.hu:,I . A M'-hr . 4 iwisfffr f , x ' -.Q ,, f . 411,-egjfer. .,5. ' , A -I V ' N, L ' -H---' .ff , Q1-H. ,Q wwf -,A G.,.L.g,, . - . - .. .rf Y-. fir.-1 25.411 1 -TMQ2. s I t'wf'f"-1 ', 14,12 1fL4s..5a.4..-1"L'. 1-' . ' ,s . W N VARSITY BASEBALL-Front Ron flvft to righll: W. Lombardi, B. Asplen, T. Phochus, G. Zentgraf, D. Gage, De-Boy. Second Ron: G. Giganti. R. Keck, J. Ring, Killen, R. Hughes, S. Arata, R. Murphy, W. Sullivan. Third Ron: Mr. John Plevyalc, Vadas, L. Gerhardt, E. Corbett. F. Hciner, A. Manning, and Brother Talbot, C.F.X. . 'mfs l Fi? 'Y .bun -un., lk Ms... " A - " "' T "' ".7'?,'f" y , ' .. ' il .- M fr. 'JW5-,:i. 'riqwi' ' A. A ' . . FRESHMAN PHENOMENON. Brendan Asplen J, - ,', 'W s.. ,, t ' pal., LV .,' eff- ' 'G' displays his agility at the plate in a Varsity baseball A K T 4 A f V" ' I' f ' Una, - lah: G contest with Loyola. ' " li ' 'Z -Wk ' ll V',l3,f6f"' 1' S m A f""" .,- WMVfgT'f4..' A fuf.,.e1tQ13 ,- sawn- , ...Lk :- Nw ' ' I .-sy ,. 'S+ THE HUGHES HOIST. Varsity third-sacker Dick , -" Hughes swings into action against Loyola. J.V. BASEBALL-Front Row fleft I0 righll: C. Heffernan, J. Quattroche, j. Kircher, F. Revella, Nlutschler, Thompson, A. Mank. Second Row: E. Schoenborn, Lambdin. R. Riley. T. Kremer, R. Kulwicki, R. Thomas. Third Row: E. Burvhell, jezorelc, E. Crown, I.. Danielczylc, R. Baum- mer, M. Gaynor. J.V. BHSEBHLL -4 Sylvan, C.F.X. .12 . fx QQ ?,,,,.'3 TEDDH Thus ns the second year that the Mount has had a tennls team Thus was another year of bulldlng Tue team lo t all of its matches thls year ut hopes are hngh for next vear because the team has just one graduatnng senxur Next year should produce a team that mll be ln top contention wxth all the best teams m the league GOLF Of all the many sports here at the Mount. golf is probably the one that requires the most sl-zill. The team. composed mainly of underclassmen. is coached hy Brother de Porres. C.F.X., who has developed the talents of the divot-lifters into a smooth swinging combination. GOLF TEAM-L4'f! to riglll: Gino Gemlgnanl Jim O'Donnell, Bruzz Meiser, Tim O'Donnell, Hugo Gt-mignani, Brother dc-Porres, C FX VARSITY TENNIS TEAM-Front Ron fleft to rigllll: Lally, Mohler, W. Ben er L. Mccanna, R. Kucharski. Second Ron Gartland, C. Dorn, D. Michaelis, Brother keg S055 r gs. P ,f"Y 'fz.v,,x.1 - '29 " -- L -, ' '+. 2- .dr aw . Q' rqjgtx I is It f 41115 A ii? N 4 .1 r I e., car 1' - , 'QP ff by-LJ T C QQ fi Y, 4,5 K II4 VARSITY TRACK TEAM-Front Row fleft to rightl: T. Lewis, Lochary, R. Walsh, F. Capelletti, J. Stranovsky, R. Decker, J. Vach, F. Kearney, M. Hiles. Second Row: J. Thompson, R. Silanskas, J. Creamer, D. Bossle, R. Wise, OUR RHCE IS HG The 1958 track team was a fine representative of the school, finishing the season with better than a .500 percentage. We all remember 1957. The Mount had a title- contending squad of cindermen who ran second only to City for the championship laurels, and, with only a few lettermen graduating, the team was expected to repeat its fine record. Everything was going fine and after the first several meets our representatives were unbeaten, having out- run Hopkins Frosh, Douglass, and lVlcDonogh in easy fashion. But suddenly a few of the stalwarts of the team, among them Diclc Murphy and Tom Lewis, fell prey to tragic leg injuries, which hampered their per- formances for the remainder of the year. Besides these, there were numerous other injuries to lcey per- formers, practically ending our dreams of a champion- ship. In the next two meets we lost to both Poly and Patterson by just four points, two points deciding each contest. These tough defeats were hard to take but the Mountmen bounced back. E. Silcott, W. Leiclner, M. Menton, L. Fink, J. Crandell. Third Row: R. Murphy, J. Vogelsang, F. Geating, D. Evans, A. Witkowslci, G. Corbett, E. Ewers, L. McCabe, D. Voith, Mr. Stanley Zaleski. HIHST TIITIE LATE! Ed Ewers loses this close race against time to the Patterson fleetfoot. Ll' - YJ!! xfhf , CROSSING THE BAR Stnlor Hcldman ohn Lochary PRANCERS Gene Corbett and Tom Lorenzo vaults over the hugh bar r1clung points for the lVlount s show the form which helped them hoof their xarsxty way to victory FIRE' joe Vogclsang launthes another one xnto orbit to help carry us on our trip around the Mount THE LEW IS LLNGE LOUl5Ylll9S gxft to the Mount speedster Tom Lexus gasps for alr as he crosses the lme ln the 100 yard dash IIS 17? F is ,GJ ,.. "mf SET. Marty Schnuit and John Zylka tensely await the gun for the start of the 100-yd. dash against Patterson. .X HDD LUE'RE Despite difficulties, the team never stopped trying. Under the alnle coaching of Mr. Zaleslci and Brother Gavin, C.F.X,, the traclcmen Finished very well. With many understudies taking command, they continued along to a winning season and finished it by copping second place in the annual American University Tn- vitation Wieet in Wasliington, D, C., with Joe Vogel- sang starring in the field events. HAIR RAISING FEET. Dick Walsh says "It's easyv as he glides over the bar. nn A a , - wi YL: aasmp' 3: f ', , 'Rasa i 5 f . 71. ' f I 1 44 ' . y ,,.,, . L .AT it I :"' , wait' V, .Aff A NQQF xi'-L" 2 , , f rags.. - - Q-.J1f...ff "F"f""""?'t J.V. TRACK TEAM-Front Row fleft to rightl: L. DiNicolan- ""fiix" "1 ,PM rmqji .I ,' tino J. Zylka X. Narutowicz, J. Daniloski, J. Schwarzmann, T. ,A gf'l,"' 7','jeif, Jeffers, J. Strasdauskas, L. Klishis. Second Row: T. Guercio, S. , f L ,A is 'Kiwi xii' Amato, G. Stern, R. Maher, C. Mackert, F. Geary, R. Palucki, J. is ' 5 'i, 1' Q .5 , ' I wt. ,-. J 1' 'aff'-,QY 0 '21 E, Keeley, H. Carll, P. Pier-mont. Third Row: J. Twamley, J. Mik- Q 1 A--V' L 44 N 7 . -' ' ,w't'Ws' , i lasz, N. sabamw, J. Helm, T. Hurst, R. Nicolaus, E. Eliott, D. ' k',,g,. .fx , f, A4'2'f'77f?"""?a-'li'- Burke, R. Fine, and Brother Gavin, C.F.X. ar, 8 6: -gy Os A 'fs '7 in REST AWHILE. Tom Guercio catches his breath after winning the half-mile, Stanislawslci and Heiner lend support. UP AND OVER. lid Ewers, E. Silcott and Rick Walsh go over thc hurdles in near perfect form. A ' i' V ," ' Q an lf '5 . ta.. rd ' 3 'D Q . K 4, s P. , Q- " f, - '1-L vi Q A Q4 " K p 51 J . ' A A + A 11:5 - vo r ' .- y pg , I 1 , o. Ofc I S' N if 10' Y ' X ,SQ PARENTS' GAZE. Enjoying the Meetin' Seton Dance as chapcrons are Mr. and Mrs. Corrigan, Mr. and Mrs. Bean, Mrs. O'Keefe, and Mr. and Mrs. Berndt. WHO'S WITH BARBARA? Brother Kurt assists Towerman Jerry Klasmeier as he checks in Mountmen and their dates at the Holiday Hop. t A 34" '42 li "'l'gf?:, 1 , ' . ' I , it 2 :if 4,-or-. 9" 5.1 :J NY SYMBOLISM IN SNOW. Robert Fine and his date admire Milce's masterpiece and seem to be getting into the Holiday Spirit. THHE TIFTIE BE fTlERRY Social development is a highly important aspect of our Catholic education. It is fostered each year by four informal dances, two held under the auspices of The Mountis CSMC Unit and two sponsored by the Yearbook. At these dances, every- one, whether freshman or senior, is acknowledged. No "Class,' distinction is made. The popularity of these dances is attested by the huge numbers of students who attend. The large turnouts are proof-positive that all who attend these dances have a very fine time. ,. x f ' Xl' if 'i . av ' , I V X A K I:f.', 5 , X ' V: l 'Q jaw - ' ' Q fig? fi ' Q-5:5 Q93 ., -- I . -- . -I 4 :W .- ' f ,' ' 5 ,. A 5:57- , 5. ' ' ' . V f f A . fx ,fs 5' V, V ,, 'F I Rig Q 'ik K xg ' 3 Is: Q Q r-1.4!-bT.e:'-:i:""fm. 'sf 'g ,V Q. Q I.,-elx' Q X-I: .ga ,v swlxgv! :L Xaiztiiigfi 'Nu ONLOOKERS. Ronald Thomas. Tim and jim O'Donnell, john Hart and their dates enjoy themselves at the Fall Fantasy. HOLIDAY MOOD. Gaelmcn sway to the Royalaircs' music and thc floor sccms crowded at the Tower's Holiday Hop. -W.- MORE ONLOOKERS. Having a good time at the dance are Thomas Stachowski, Carl Petchik, Roland Omrod, Rich Bettendorf and their dates. S 'A if 7 vi 4 : if - I ,- ' , .-4.4.45 'i-Q X t M-- A -- , , -LL., I HDD PROHWEDHDE OUR FHIR LHDIES Here at the Mount there are manv events that remain in our mcmorv. but the one that is cher- ished thc longest is a lxlountmanis first night of glory. his Junior Prom. It is a night of celebra- tion ancl accomplishment. Thus. on the night of lxlay 23. in tht- Southern Hott-l's most extrava- gant ballroom. this grancl affair toolq place. And. as the couples swayetl to the drcamv notes of Johnnv lNloran's orchestra. each Junior was re- membering the long year behind and the climactic one aheacl. l-le felt proticl. and he hail reason to be. It was quite eviclent that every one who at- tenclccl tht- prom had spent a highly enjoyable ancl memorable evening. XQF -s MAY PROCESSION? Brothers Justin, Colombiere, Nlarcellus and Yincvntian steal off with the floral ar- rangements aftcr the junior Prom. THE SAINTS GO MARCHING. Chairman Gene Corbett with tht- low-ly Blaise Moore and President Gil Barker with his date, jvanne Pcarman. lead the Grand Nlarch at the junior Prom. 'n A vw Y f t -Q fx JUNIOR CLIQVI2 CI.ICKlfD. Hub Rustkow- bki, Cicurgc XY'righr. SHI! I.L'l'lIl, Hvn Nlzlli- kouski. Hub Thvlun and the-ir daxvs look out to Brnlhrr ,-Xiibin for n photngrnphic mcincnto of thc eva-niiig. BOl,'Ql.'I1T FOR BI.fXISff. Pat Nlcfilgunn. cscurlcd by Bob Vavth, prvsvnts Howvrs to Blniw Nhmrc. prnud dau' of Prom Cimirrnnn. Gcnc Corbctt. ig., w"'f .rx 4, ,xi iq '59 TOYVHRSIIIN. Phil Pinsufki, 'Iulm Stranovskv. Rich Sicjnfk .Incl Pat O'Don- nvll smili' gaily' for thc Tohcifs c.1:nvr.1 at their junior Prom. ALM.-X MATER. juniors john Groh, Nlyril john- son, Hal Smith. Reggie Wiise and Frank Rosofsky pause during the Prom to sing the Alma Slater. I I FAVOR TIME. Juniors Tom Conway and Hal Smith escort their dates to receive the Prom Favors. Pat lVlcElgunn and Tess Horvath are assisting in the distribution of the favors. l T2 fi ,, 1 5 3 P5 W5-A Clif.. l ff' fe 4 , i 4 x ' , Q1 7.113 L' ii , Q rl. , I x.. 1' A L-'1 -I L . f f as ft ' ' .ti 5 fffx, A lj s A .,vj4, J 1 1 2 f"'r 1, ,fra I if A' I , L 1 fl X 113 ILXKWXKX! .--I, K i H e , 4 1 I ' " 'Il " fi ', it ,l Elf, 1 l ,-, fl 122 VCE 'Q m 159 LIL. SHUTTERBUG TIME. C. Jednorslci, N. Bronzert and Kirmil pose their pretty dates for pictures of a memorable night. HERE'S LOOKIN' AT YA! It's Coke time for Carol. Paul, Gene, Beverly. Ken, Nancy, Frank, Kathy, Nlary Ellen and Tom. THE LOVELIEST NIGHT OF THE YEAR -for the juniors and their ladies as they sway to dreamy music right up to the witching hour of midnight. Q 'IT' -,, I N X -2 S f rf .gf 1 i 1 .,:' fir F . 'Q if ,,. -vv . xl J K . ,.,., ,...,. , X, n ,A-1 ..,, lb., Q 'X , . 'r - A ro 1 I ai 2 19: Q si,.QfyVV f gt- . 1' 3 . .Y .4 of , A X' ""' 1 - , Ai if n k :A A ' if 2' , .Qi fb 'V ' if H? :va , , COOL'N IT. Alberto Estrella stops swim- THOUGH YCU ROFHT1 Extra night worlc in the school lihrary, pool sessions in the Kappa Chi, catering to the whims of the senior member at table, cajoling Sister to grant another dessert, carefully planning the hest way to approach Brother Dismas for off-campus permissions -all these malce up a Residents day. And many more things. An extra visit to chapel, aslzing Brother to he awakened for Mass on a big test day, hoping the Wednesday cluh nights will provide surprise refreshments, special help on those hard problems from the floor Brother-this is all part of campus life. Of course study halls, hlaclc lists, campus restrictions, room inspections, loclcer failures-these are part of it, too. But we have an infirmary to visit during study halls, a dentist to see during hlaclc list-and we had Brother Loyola to sign those campus slips! And from our director, Brother Dismas, we leained how to play the game. As coach, referee and rule-maker, he served us well. ming long enough to say "Hi" to the camera. - The campus pool offers refreshment on hot days to all Mountmen. Y Y 13 BLESS THIS HOUSE. The residents and the Brothers at Benediction in the school chapel. The chapel is the center of all religious ac- tivity at the Motint. -1521, lr- Qfwl ' 1 HOME W'AS NEVER LIKE THIS. The ter- race of the Southern Hotel is graced by the presence of the residents and their dates at the junior Prom. This group rejoices with Chair- man Gene Corbett in the Prom's success. x 'N X HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU. Residents help Ron Schultz, Joe Barry and jim Lilley celebrate their birthdays with cnlccs in the Rylccn Club. THE LUIDE LUORLD OVER BURNING THE 3llDNlGl'lT OII.. Blount rvsidvnts John :Xllcn :md jim Nlnnspvrgcr crack the hooks nt ll lata' hour in .ln cllort to finish an ondlcss task. SH lf ,J x x WORDS OF WISDOSI. Brother Dismas, CFX d livers one of his last speeches as resident director Brother left for Rome after graduatiun to pursue his Licentiate in Sacred Thcology. I f it f l if 4911 , I 1 ll 1? . X 5 ' I Qy REBURN ROMPS. john Reburn goes up for two in a resident Varsity encounter with Saint Paul's. RESIDENT RECITAL. Henry Romaguera, resident from Puerto Rico, displays his musical abilities. RESIDENT VARSITY BASKETBALL-First Row flefl to riglltl: R. Shearer. Reburn, R. Fernandez, T. Hatcher, R. Gilbert. Second Ron: Bl. Nlenton, K. Knowlton, D. Fogarty, P. Gochnauer, K. Boehm, R. Koochagion, Brother de Porrcs, C.F.X. THEREW HO PLHCE Residents have a second set of activities. They join freely the regular school activities and enjoy too their own specifically resident pastimes. Football teams. basketball teams, bowling leagues. soft- ball games, pool tournaments. camera club night work, all these provide us with valuable experience. Our schedule is set up to furnish all that we need to get the most out of Mount Saint Joseph. . . . AND EVERYTHING IN ITS PLACE. S0 Gene Corbett and Larry Altemus try to persuade Dan Fo- garty that the side pocket's too small. RESIDENT j.V. BASKETBALL 'left to riglztf: J. Barry. Nlulcarc. Y. V. Tolscm. P Haddad, T. Hurst, Giganti. Brother Sylvan, C.F.X. 6 ti T COUNTER-ATTACK. An assault on the "white enemy' is being nmclv hy thvsc residents. Brother Julius is commandcvring thc attack and marking its progress. LIHE THE fTlOUl'lT HAND-JIVE. D. Fogarty and K. Knowlton scramblu with an opponent uhilv thc hall bounds by. 91 i .K 'ii r Y I M N -v 1-1 ff H P 1x f..w,QgwA xx -Hx XY A N wx w ffxxy X 1 ' k 32 , A. i I 1 QHENT5 lim Q' f x, 5, af' x A V, ' V' J' G ,V ji 2 , 3i? -is P l 4. W Z! by if!! kg Q: K 473 .N ,LA , 5? , A ' if 'fi 25? I F Ss.: V ' SA? 0 ': 6' A Q5-3 SC M l958 x 'Q 'QFQEQ ?9"'fExi in . f Ha? K Q '25 Q, x gf i , 21,2 ic, gQ5i " THERE COfTlES "" H TIfTlE ,Y ati, Confusion reigned that day. Seniors were running to I ' "ge ' et their tuxes, to select their dates' corsa es, to olish A g S P S their cars. Phones were ringing. Plans were made. Changed X I and macle again. The wiilsation ot excitement uiclqened. , ., l fl The night was drawing near. The Senior Prom was here ' at last. lfmerson Ballroom was sparklingg the mirrors and pillars picking up the reflection of dresses swishing and twirling to the lyrical music of Rivers Chambers. The graduates marching in the Promenade, their dates receiv- ing favors, flowers being presented. the Alma Mater being sung, This fantasia of sounds and fantasy of colors, the Senior Prom, would never be forgotten. I.ET'S SEE, TOIVI. Tom Newcomb, Betty Katfenberger, Joe Nlajewski and Dolores finkand smile approvingly as they check . 5 I l ' the Senior Prom program. I COULD HAVE DANCED ALI. NIGHT. No need to explain this picture. Facial expressions on Dave Coleman, Joe Di Paula Q and Tom Barnes do all the explaining that is necessary. boa ' "' v i I V' 1 gd ,X ing Q l .2 Y, .- I f , l .Y xll X W'E'RE HAVING A ll.-XII.. Duncan llossle and Beth Estes lead Slounlmen Mike Board. john llein, Bob Drew, Paul fVlCHugl1 and Blike Toinshn anal their ladies of the evening as they travel the "stairway to the stars." M f-2 'ZS I 1 3 1 ! S Q, E f' f M 3 VV: ,mf r Q. jxn. 95 74 ,I .y,. 1 K4 A it x 1-X 1 Q7 rf' 'E' ' 1 g if I .l, f xg, ' .14 i ' ig 1 TABLE NUMBER ONE. Chaperons watch the photogra- pher do his balcony scene. Gazing up are Mr. Vaeth, the Wencks, the Becks, Brother Robertus, Brother Marcelliis, the Brackens and Mr. and Mrs. Iampieri. C7 bug 1 N , . X 1, ' Q ,X 4 fig, - 'R' -I-ii F O R ig? 6 Q ' A". 'i , ft" if :Atl 2 1.f 9 iaa ' QC fe l 9 EXPOSURE! Rita Wfright smiles triumphantly and seems to have the same idea. W'ho is it, Dave, Corinne or Rita? And where's joe Brennan? DAVE'S DOUBLE . . . Waiting for the Promenade to form, lovely Corinne Bowling holds Dave Snycler's hand, confident that she's marching with him, but . . . OBVIOUSLY POSED. jerry Rowan and Joyce sip and stars while Augie Vfar- i ' , Y R, nccker, Flo W'aury73,'niak. Bob Kemmer L! 'Avy 1 and Dave Reese try to interrupt. M ' I 1 -v X ' f - 1 ' , ' M f 1- I ' . " v ,'. ' 'f fl x -V f ' W tl VT X K , f 5., l g xl Hg Q I ' 1 , - 1 52 1 -' 5 vi Y X llxfw N -I-Q " 1 Q Q PROMENADE. Th.. .lass of 'sa maffhl-S X' ' A A-x 5 proudly into thc ballroom as Nlrs. Bracken, lVlrs. Handley and Mrs. Reynolds "favor" us. E , E M 1 + - I 1 "T . - gi Qi f 15 . .x 2 -1 ' 1 I' 1 IJOVISII. SHOAI. llmv phulngrqlwhnr Huw Fl kiUllbIA' shut .Hui hm' wart H-wing dmxfwlv. fullld tlnrv rvnllx ln' Inu lluunrni Ihwk-'f -'IIN IgA'l!lIllLf. ,ln-fun Rulfm. Rubs-rt DL-luis and Ld Rvzllx .Irv mxrruruf um. WHY SO SPRIOIVS. NH I 'f R1-.xl Nlmxnl bmwlm-r. thx uwqlllx-sxniling Xlnl H111-s plays .1 straight rvln- as thc jlif'IS l'XL'l'lllI'lg4' fl11I"Lf!'JPllN. I 'A f,,, p . NA ., '- '.y5"-j..1l, h'vYmMMiet, ,H 5. 'gh Q v 'G H REHL PICTURE PORTRAIT. Bill Lansing:-r, Tim Sullivan, and Tom Centineo pose with their dates for Nlarguerite Lansinger, as Ed Ewers and John Ficca sit it out. "Mugs" Blavur checks from thc background. HGHRDEHH PHRTY FRIENDLY TALK. Brother Robertus, llrotlwr Marcelltls, Brother Kyrin and-in the hack- ground-Brother Julius, entertain the seniors' ,af dates with some interesting anecdotes about ""' their escorts. m .'f f. X A ru r at ' Ll . 'f KA, I' ' 4 S . OVER SO SOONY Bill Jacobs, Ralph Pfan- nenstiel and Tom Coyle start slowly down the marble stairway. storing up memories of the promnitc that was over too soon. Jill 6 I v 7 ' MEN OF THE MOUNT. Some of the 4D stars, Charlie Grim, Ro Morfe, Jerry Prlcna, Mel Hiles and Ray Kollner wait for the signal to move onstage, where their stars will really shine. RECOGNITION IS DUE On Friday evening, June 6. the members of the class of 1958 received their diplomas and celebrated the completion of four years of hard worlc at the Mount. Eagerlv. though not without a little sorrow, they received their certincates on the spacious stage of the Lyric Theater. The principal address of the evening was delivered hy Brother Bartholomew, C.F.X., former Headmaster. and diplomas and special awards were given out hy The Nlost Reverend Jerome D. Sebastian. The valedictorv address was delivered by Francis Kelly and the salutatorv address hy Robert E. Vaeth. Ar the end of the ceremonies, another group of proud seniors. each looking forward to his own particular held of worlc or study, went out to malce their marks in the world. THE BEGINNING OF THE END. The Class of 1958 feels the pomp and circumstance of the moment as they enter the Lyric Theater at the start of the ceremony which marks the end of their memory-filled high school days at the Mount. 1 K T I s 3 - 1 , J 3 K H 149 fa V, 2 4 1 'R , 1 S?" f xi 3 n 5 , l v xx . . x '12 1' Ili' . 1 'WV - v . - f 9 Kr 'F ' 1 ,flfl 1 . f 1- "W" GB- ' , g J ff " 1 new-elite J' 'ab 14 xt f , ,. n .' f ,- ' .f . .fit X VALEDICTORY. In the name of his classmates, Francis Kelly bids farewell to the Mount and pays tribute to all those who made their graduation possible and assures them that their guiding hand has directed the graduates toward newer and higher ideals. LEADERSHIP REWKARDED. Bishop Sebastian firmly clasps Senior President Rich lVlurphy's hand and presents him with the award for being the Outstanding Scholar, Athlete and Gentleman in the Class of '58. It is surprising how fast four years can go. Each one seeins faster than the other. The fourth year begins the same as any other but all of a sudden we wake up and realize that graduation is but two weeks off. It makes us stop and think. what next? Wlhat will life he like on our own? The future is a hit uncertain and this perhaps fills us with a little tear of the unknown. Then we think of the preceding generations and realize that thev too must have felt the same way. This. together with the realization that now it is our turn to carry on the proud tradition of the Mount, gives us courage and confidence that the training and education we have received will see us through our trials in later life. x HONORS TOO!! IS THAT DIS.-XPPEARING INK? Paus- ing a moment after the excitement of the graduation ceremony. Gordon Schul- meyer and joe Nliller take time out to look at Jerry Klasmeiefs diploma certify- ing four years of blood, sweat and tears. .K X x - , N ,I if b 4 NI X 'x f , 5 W- m 0 U rw T m e n fx 'f X - ' f .:.1 if A.:,-.' 1 .2.f. 2 .1':- f '-A:1 i ff ' ' A' ' L 1 ' if x n O LU ! xx RNA ' fj ,f'1 1-ll '.f:2 11" '. vA:.V C 1f 'XR - f. , 1 ff xp., KX xB lb, I A.,A X. . AA'A"hA:. V "lt is a joy to be you r son, W.A1 s lf2iQi i3Eii lai3 K Q ':'i':' -'-- L ziiQfjQjQzEQ2EEflfl'Q1afilililflf5lfQf5QQgg:,g: ::, M .,.A:V1, ,:-1Jf 4.:.,:--1 1 ""'t 7'IfijjQjf?3'i'ji4 xx' 0 H I m a m ate r, cl e a r e st o n e H Xt' X 2332 " 1" Key O ' F TOWERH'TRlB TE The Editors and Staff of the 1958 Mount Tower wish to thank most sincerely and warmly the friends of the Mount who helped in financing our annual publication. To our Benefactors, who contributed fifty dollars, sincere thanks for their great generosity and support to our Sponsors, who gave twenty-five dollars, we express our true gratitude to our Boosters, who donated ten dollars, many, many thanks to our many Patrons who joined the long list of helpers a sincere thank you special word of thanks to the Brothers and students in all the classes which are listed as Class Boosters Finally, to Brother Colombieres Class 2A and Brother Patricks Class 3C a word of gratitude and applause for a superb job done in a superb way One and all we hope you approve of what we have done It has been possible only through your help Thank you CLASS BOOSTERS Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class HIS EXCELLENCY, THEODORE R McKELDIN G01 evnoi o the Free State BENFIACTUR THE ARCHER LAUNDRY COMPANY JOHN J LEECH COMPANY Eutaw Street 116 Landwher Lane Baltimore Maryland Baltimore 23 Maryland 1027 S Howard Street 13 West Pratt Street Baltimore 3, Maryland Baltimore 1 Maryland EMPIRE PAPER COMPANY MEADOW GOLD ICE CREAM COMPANY Howard and West Streets 1726 East Pratt Street Baltimore 30 Maryland Baltimore 31, Maryland E F AND R L HEARN ROYAL DUNLOGGIN DAIRY 34 South Front Street Braddish Avenue and Baker Street Baltimore 2 Maryland Baltimore 16, Maryland THE WM SCHLUDERBERG T J KURDLE COMPANY Baltimore, Maryland I47 ' 4 s , . . . , . . 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CASSELL COMPANY DANIEL LOUGHRAN COMPANY, INC . 5 l . , I I 1 I AMERICAN OIL COMPANY 1001 Eastern Avenue Baltnmore Maryland AMRHEIN BROTHERS BAKERY FRANK ANGELOZZI AND SON .IOS ANGELOZZI CONSTRUCTION CO NICHOLAS ANGELOZZI AND SONS BECKER PRETZEL BAKERIES Baltlmore and Cathernne Streets Baltxmore Maryland CLASS 4A ARTHUR T COAKLEY Umt Products 111 S Paca Street COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND J NORMAN CEIPE Movmg and Storage RI 7 3300 Baltnmore, Maryland EMBASSY GROCERY CORPORATION 1238 W Street NE Waslungton 18 D C HENDLER S ICE CREAM The Velvet Kmd HUDSON S TAVERN 1157 Haubert Street B1ltImore Maryland IRVINGTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 4106 Frederxck Avenue Baltnmore 29 Maryland JENKINS SONS CO, INC 2601 NVest Lexmgton Street Baltlmore 23, Maryland MR 81 MRS J M LANCELOTTA LASTING PRODUCTS FOUNDATION P J MCEVOY INC 310 West Baltnmore Street Baltxmore 1, Maryland ADOLF MEHLER COMPANY New York New York MT ST JOsEPHs FATHERS CLUB MT ST JOSEPH'S MOTHERS CLUB THE QUILL MR WILLIAM J REID STATE BAKING COMPANY, INC Baltxmore Maryland REV JAMES J TOULAS CSSR I P0 I lllll . 5 ' . 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' 2525 Amsterdam Avenue 9 1 , , , . . . , l O I Y Y QQ ' 77 . . , . . . l43 The Alcazar Cathedral and Madison Str ets Baltimore Marvland Atlas Extermmator Company Baltnmorc Ovcnall Cleanmg Co 2555 W Lexmgton Street Baltlmore 23, Maryland Benroy Dmer Caterers 1506 S Caton Avenue The Campus Store Mr and Mrs Frank Cnchockl Mr and Mrs Joseph Colly Complxments of a Frnend Elchorn Foods Wlllnam E Eyrmg Falter Candy Company The George J Falter Company Fxck Bros Roofing Company 3031 Hamnlton Avenue HAm1lton 6 5263 General Supply Company 613 N Eutaw Street Baltnmore 1, Maryland Gxthens Rexsamer and Co nc 242 No Delaware Avenue Phnladelphna 6 Pa Goffman s Hobby Center Photo Model and Hobby Supplnes 330 Park Avenue The Harrxson Bolt and Nut Co Edwm A Hochstedt Florist 5523 Harford Road HAm1lton 6 1832 Iampnern s Clothes For Men and Young Men 5404 Edmundson Avenue B00 TEII jacham Enterprises, Inc Natlonal Cngarette Service Mr and Mrs Wm H Janney Dr and Mrs Francns Kearney W H Kirkwood and Son Hanover and Dover Streets Baltnmore l, Maryland Knrmo Laundry and Dry Cleamng, Inc 2701 05 Frederick Avenue Edward Kowzan Maryland Bottler s Assocnatxon Maryland Fence Mfg Co , nc 7316 Philadelphia Road MU 6 6953 MU 6 2238 F W McAllister Company 110 W Fayette Street McArdle and Walsh Maryland and Hnllen Road Towson, Maryland W C Menton Joseph Mxrabnle National Sportmg Goods C 310 E Baltnmore Street Baltimore 2, Mflryland C A Nntsch IIC Mr and Mrs Joseph J ODonnell Vxctor A Pyles Co , Inc Contractors 527 Chesapeake Avenue Mr and Mrs E A ueen Leonard J Ruck, Inc Wlllxamsburg Funeral Home 5303 09 Harford Road 61 l 1 l , . . u . . . 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' .,I . 1 s 0 , . . . . 1 Y . ., - -HA - I49 Ryken Club Mr and Mrs Paul Schlllacz Schrader s Pharmacy Ramsay and Smallwood Streets Baltimore 23, Maryland Sheppard and Myers, Inc Hanover Shoe Store 122 West Baltimore Street S L S1 ber Snlber s Bakery 7002 RCISICISIOWU Road Smeltzer Tree Servnce Nursery and Garden Shop 6431 Baltlmore Natxonal Pnke Rlchard Smlth F M Stevenson Ace Haberdashers 4029 Frederxck Avenue Alma Don and Don W1ll1am P Amrhem The C Anderson Llttle 5913 Belair Road Baltxmore 6, Maryland Arundel Arena Restaurant 4901 Belle Grove Road Atlantlc Photo Supply Co Inc Attorness Delncatessen 2707 Washmgton Boulevard Mr and Mrs Harry Banley Harry Barley, J The Banz Famxly R Barr of the Barlen Motors Mr Peter Bartek R0 TPR PATH Mrs Catheune Toulas Mr and Mrs George S Toulas Mr and Mrs Vmcent Tolson, Sr Harny V Vacca Brnck Cont: actor 5627 Alhambra Avenue Vogel Ratt of Baltnmore, Inc Pest Control Operators 233 St Paul Place Wade s Cafe 3306 Washnngton Boulevard Baltmaore 27 Maryland Wenck s Service Station xV3Shlhgt0H Boulevard and Caton A Mllton 4 4330 J Younghans and Sons Flooung Contractors 5510 Greenfield Avenue Plumbing and Heating Bechelln s XVmes Liquors Beer Excellent Food VE 7 0384 Bell s Texaco Servnce 1110 Key Hxghway Baltnmore 30, Maryland Mr and Mrs Wxllnam F Bender Benkert s Bar and Restaurant Benkert and Caton Avenues Mr and Mrs B J Bernadznkowskn Bull s Sen vnce Center 3900 Belanr Road Baltxmore 6, Maryland M1 and Mns Wlllnam Blanchard Complxments of Bollinger Leland Co 4205 Erdman Avenue Baltnmore 13, Maryland F J Bowen Plumbmg and Heating Contractors venue Inc 50 0 l 1 1 l I l y . . I . . . 'l . , L K , . . , . , . . 4 0 1 A and A Cgntractors Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur L. Bayline 1 'Y , - - . . . , . . ' Co. - 7 ' 4 6 I D, U . , l . . . ' r. - - - ., . , 1 4 l ' K I I' I' I' and an an and and Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs PATIR Wm Jerome Bracken, r Walter Breed A J Brescna Rxchard Brier Glen Broadwater Mrs Natalne Brullnskx Buckman's Men s Shop Lxght and West Streets Baltimore 30 Maryland Bud Jule and Frxends 2618 Washxngton Boulevard Mr and Mrs James F Burrows, Bush Cafe Martha M Carr Mr ulxan B Carrrck Mr and Mrs Henry Cholewczynslu Ill Lew Curlett Office Supplies General Statnonery RI 7 3500 Cushner s Men s Shop Dare Home Improvement Company 4553 Lanier Avenue FO 7 6224 Darley Hall Servnce Statnon 25th Street and Loch Raven Boulevard Baltxmore Maryland Revelend Joseph A Davnes Mr and Mrs Roger Davxs Mr and Mrs Phllnp Dawson The Debonanres Orchestra 907 Elmrndge Avenue Baltimore 29, Maryland James J DeBoy General Contractors Rldgeway 7 2877 Kathleen and James Clchockx Class Class Class Class Cockeysvxlle Beauty Salon Cockeysvllle, Maryland Mxss Jeanne Colburn Mr and Mrs D'1v1d H Coleman Mr and Mrs Francis Coll Commumty Self Servnce Food Market 1 Nunnery Lane Cfntonsvxlle 28 Marylflnd Complxments of a Frnend Mr and Mrs John H Conley P Coppage, Pamt Contractor 8012 Dalesford Road Baltnmore 4 Maryland Mr and Mrs Gene Corbett County Sales Company Alummum Products AT 4 1455 The Deyesu Famlly Mr and Mrs Joseph Dobropollu r 'md Mrs T M Donovan r an Mrs H J Drew r an Mrs Henry Easley r an Mrs Henry F Ebelke Wlllxanm R Eberlmg Monuments 4203 Old Frederxck Road Eddne s Super Market Glves Umted Stamps Edmondson Cleaners Fredernck Road at Paradise Mr and Mrs ohn J Ensenhart The Ellncott Cnty Motor Company Dodge Plymouth U S Route 40 at Rogers Avenue Doctor and Mrs John Engers, Jr Mr and Mrs ohn A Engers l5I Il 1 1 l M . . . 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Charles Erkes Mr and Mxs Raymond F Evans and Famxly The Famxly Savmgs and Home Loan Asso clatlon, Inc 640 Frederxck Road Rldgevu ay 4 0402 Farley Funeral Home Frederxck Avenue at Shadynook Catonsvxlle 28, Maryland Compliments of Mrs Mary Farrell Fmneran Famlly Folkemer Photo Servlce 927 Poplar Grove Street Baltxmore 16, Maryland Mr and Mrs Frank Fosler Mr and Mrs John Francls Irvm Fxscher James Frenty A Friend Reverend Joseph D Fuller Mr and Mrs Joseph Ganzzermxller Ga1dner's Pharmacy J F Garvey 3204 Frederxck Avenue Baltlmore, Maryland M1 and Mr Wm J Geary The General Plumbing Supply 1829 Edlson Highway Baltimore, Maryland Dr and Mrs B Frank Gxgantx 20 Prmce Wlllxam Street Prmcess Anne, Maryland Pat Gochnauer Mr and Mrs Preston Gochnauer Dr and Mrs Leo J Goldbach Mrs Josephme Gore Gore's Confectxonery 0 Charles Graham Mr and Mrs an Mrs Benjamm I. Green r and Mrs G Edward Hartwell and Mrs Henry Haske an Mrs Paul Hem Hem Accountmg Servxce 1111 Washnngton Boulevard Baltnmore 30 Maryland R Hentschel Company Wholesalers Cngars Tobacco Candy M1 and Mrs Edward Hxgdon The Hnpp Famxly Mrs Bernadette Hogarth Holahud Pharmacy 7155 Holabxrd Avenue Baltlmore 22 AT 5 1303 Holden Realty 819 Fredeuck Road Rldgway 4 1200 Mr and Mrs John T Hopper The Hume Famlly Hunting Rldge Pharmacy 4605 Edmondson Avenue Hutzlen Brothers Company Irvxngton Fredeuck I1 vmgton Frederick Baltxmore Esso Servlce Center Avenue and Augusta Avenue Pharmacy, Inc and Augusta Avenues 29, Maryland Italxan Amerncan Food Center 426 South Grundy Street Jaworskfs Bakery 2012 Fleet Street Compluments and Best Wxshes of Mrs Clara L Jarboe Mrs Dorothy Jenkms jerry and Babs Joan and Dxck . . - Mr. d . ' ' . ' - Mr. . Mr. d . ' Congressman Samuel N. Friedel ' 1 - ' Co. . 3 l52 Charles R Graham and Son Joe s Amoco Serv1ce 5100 Relsterstown Road A T Jones and Sons, nc 708 N Howard Street The JURHCIIS Famnly Mrs Lawrence Kahl and Mrs Edward Kalserskn Mrs S Kantorsk1 r and Mrs Frank Kasper r and Mrs Jacob K8dZl8fSlCl and Mrs P J Kelly Kenny Funeral Dnrectors Hollms and Gxlmore Streets Kenwood Florxsts Fred and Marne Puckhaber Mr and Mrs James Kmnear Mr and Mrs Holden J Klasmeler Harry J Klasmexer Jr Mr and Mrs James Kmght Koemg s Paradxse Bakery Frederlck Avenue at Paradlse M1 and Mrs Douglas Kottraba Edward Krxeg Mr and Mrs Bernard Kropp John Kusnk Mr and Mrs Larkm s Fxsh r and M1s and Mrs r an Mrs an Mrs Frank R Lancelotta Market Roland Larkm Joseph W Latchford Charles Layman August L Lease Sylvxa LeCompte Robert E Lee Lee s of Broadway PATRO Le1d1g s Confecuonery 4107 Fredenck Avenue John G Lenhoff Sr Dr and Mrs Adolph L Levnckas Mr and Mrs Edgar J Lewns James Lnlley Mr and Mrs Harry P L1p1nsk1 Mr and Mrs W LISCR Comphments of Mr and Mrs Lew The John P Lochary Famlly Comphments of the Loop 4238 Frederxck Avenue Lou and Anne Lynn Roulston Nursery 604 Plymouth Road RI 7 8196 Ideal f0l Employed Parents Mrs Nel on L Macher, Sr and M15 Albert Mank A C Mlnnmg r and MIS A S Mannmg and Mrs W1ll1am M1fkl9WlCZ and Mrs John A Marshall Muyland Fence Mfg Co , Inc Mr and Mrs L J Mason Nnckolas T Mascara Wholesale Frunt and Pxocluce The May Company Henry Merkel Inc 3534 Fredernck Avenue M1 and Mrs Wm A Metzger Margaret and Eddxe Mooney Mr and Mrs Robert E McNaney Mr and Mrs Frank G M1cel1 Paul J Mmehart, DDS 608 Edmondson Avenue Mr and Mrs Joseph M1klasz IS LlSt l , , . . , . . . I . ' a - Mr- - ' ' . . . M . . ' ' i Mr. . . . i i Mr. . ' . . l l l M1'. . . 1 ' M . . ' .... ' M1'. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Knowlton I , , M1'. . ' '. . ' ' ' , ' Mr. . . M ' l ' ' . '. 1 - . - Mr. . . . t ' M . d . . . . . . Mr. d . . . . . . . ' ' , . l53 M1kl1sz Apartments Joseph A M1lasz George W Mntchell M1 and Mrs Em1le R Mohle1 Mr 'md M15 Joseph Mongelh M1 and M15 FI"1llCl X MOFIIZ Morl ell Pzuk Dillly 2800 Wash111gto11 Boulevard Mueller s Restaurant 2709 ll Wcnshmgton Boulev11d Mr and M1s J Mulcfue M1 and M1 Paul Murphy ThomasJ Murphy Th Narutow1cz Fan11ly The Nelka Fam1ly M1 and Mrs Charles NCIHCCCIC L Neubu1ger and Son, C1ter1ng 613 W Lexmgton Street Balt1more 1 Maryland New Brooklyn B1ll1ards 433 Patapsco Avenue Pete1 Nnlles and Sons Produce 3001 O Donnell Street M1 and Mrs James Norton M1 and Mrs J E OConnell Okrasmslu s Pharmacy Joseph L Okraslnskx B S Cor Broadway and Lombard Street Mr and Mrs V1ctor Ostrowslu The Pass1on1st Monastery 3800 Freder1ck Avenue Balumore 29, Maryland P21t,S Package Store 5911 Belzur Road Paula, Ga1l and Fam1ly Mr and Mrs N1cholas A Perez Mrs Helen P1aseck1 Dr and Mrs oscph P1omb1no, Jr 'I' M md MIS N01 ton Pocter M and Mrs Andxew Poklemba Pope s Groce1y 1502 Galena Ro1d M1ss H1rr1ett Preble and MIS Auoust J PUBIISI 'md MIS ohn G u1rk 1 and M1s Leon R1chub1 Compl1n1ents of the Reese F'lI'l1lly 1 1nd Mrs Ch11lcs L RQIICI 1 md P415 E Reynolds M Mxldled Reynolds Ind Flm1ly D1 Paul R1v1s M1ss Le1h Roberts Mr and MIS S Roche M1 and Mrs A Hermln Rolfes Reverend Manuel R Roman Mr and Mrs D ROZZI M1 and Mrs Rllston W Russell, Mr and Mrs Anthony Russo an ChflSt0phCf and James Russo C1SlH1lf,S Holy Name Bowlers K1th1r1ne s C Y O Rose of L1m1 C YO 03 Fourth Street W1ll11m s Holy Name Socxety W1ll11m s Socnl Club Mr and Mrs C1rlo S1b1t1no Sanner Sport Shop 710 Freder1ck Avenue Rldgeway 7 8878 Mr and Mrs John A Schab Mr and Mrs D1n1el Schaum Dr H W Scheye I 1 l l l' l Il ll ll ' ' ' r. 1 ' . ' . , . . . '- - Mr. . ' . 0 . 1 ', ' Q 1 I L J J ' M '. . . . 3 1 . M '. 1 . . ' . ' ' M '. : . ' . . ' '. 's. rs. ' ' ' 1 1 ' n . . Reverend Owen Rice, C.SS.R. Y ' ' , '. . 1 . Y . . . d 4 Y K 5 Sr. . ' ' . . ., - - St. . . ' ' . . . . , . . ' St. ' . . . . I 1 I . ' - Sr. ' '. ' ' . St. ' '. ' '. IS4 Mr and Mrs Davxd M Schroeder The Schwarzmfmn Family Alda Schyan M1 and Mrs J Shallln W Harry Smnth and Son Pharmacy 4022 Edmondson Avenue LOngwood 6 S075 Mr and Mrs Joseph I Smnth, S Paul Smith and Fam1ly Dr and Mrs Wm B Smith Salusbury Maryland Smlth s SCFVICC Drug Stone 26 S Hnlton Street Mr and Mrs Wlllnam Smuck Southern Belle Tavern 4807 Belanr Road CL 4 4309 Complnments of Stamas Brothers Steffe Bros Super M1rket 3210 Frederxck Avenue M1 and Mrs Thomas Stengelman Warwlclc, V1rg1n1a Stemwedel s Prescr1pt1on Ph1rm1cy Wllkens Avenue and Payson Street Howard J Struben Mnss E111 Sull1va11 Mr and Mrs M1ch1elB Sull1v1n Vmcent Szymborskx T and S Famxlnes Mr 1nd Mrs Peter Tarsn Col and Mrs Joel F Thomason 3812 North 26th Street Arlington 7, Vlfglllla PATIHI Robert Tolsch Mr DOIHIDIC Torre George Cornelxus Toulfls Mary 1nd P1tt1 Toulas Tovvn 1nd Country Coffee Shop 40 South Street Next to Leonhart and Co nc Guls at Tommy Tucker s M15 Jean Turkos M1 and Mrs Wm C Turner john and Joseph Twflmley Mr and Mrs Paul A Twamley Urb1nsk1 s Grocer1es 1822 Gough Street M1 and Mrs Joseph F Vach The Vaeth F1m1ly Mr 'Ind Mrs Charles P Wfachsmuth Wachten Hosl 1ns and Russell Inc 927 945 East 30th Street B1lt1mo1e 18, Maryland M1 and Mrs Edward Waller Sr M1 'md Mns James A Walsh M1 and Mrs james E We1nlc1m The John M Wessel F1m1ly Mr 1nd Mrs Leonfnrd Wnsnlewslxl Woodslcic Food M1rket S1m and Edlth Pflvone Props Reverend J Edvu 1rd Yeflldhall Frances Zalner 'md F1m1ly E1rlP Zepp J NQtl0hWld8 Insurance Agency 2 North Prospect Aw enue . . . 1 u u 4 . 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