Mount St Joseph High School - Mount Tower Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)
- Class of 1959
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Attending the Award of
THE PRESIDENT'S MEDAL
For the Year 1959 to
BROTHER MARCELLUS FEELEY, C.F.X.
A RESOLUTION unanimously passed by the Associated
Professors of Loyola College at the One Hundred and Ninety-
eighth Meeting on January 26, 1950
WPIEREAS, LOYOLA COLLEGE, during the eight and
ninety years since its inception, has been aided in the fulfillment
of its educational, cultural, and religious ideals by the citizens
of Maryland, and
WHEREAS, LOYOLA COLLEGE seeks to show its appre-
ciation and gratitude to these cherished friends and benefactors
who have performed some signal service for its advancement
and prestige, or who have manifested loyalty in a notable man-
BE IT RESOLVED, that an award, to be known as THE
PRESIDENT'S MEDAL be created and conferred on such de-
serving person or persons who shall be chosen by the President
of Loyola College with the concurrence of the Board of Trustees
of Loyola College in the City of Baltimore.
In accordance with the resolution just read, wherein the
Board of Trustees created the President's Medal, and in sincere
acknowledgment of merit, it is my privilege, as President of
Loyola College, as it is also my personal delight, to announce
that for the year 1959 the President,s Medal is awarded
to a superlative master of science, whose relentless coaxing
of young minds to realize their potential in the exciting world
of biology, electronics, and chemistry has already given him the
stature of a legend at Baltimore's Mount Saint Joseph High School
where he has been head of the Science Department for the last
to an incredibly industrious person in lecture room, labora-
tory, science clubs, educational associations, and civil defense,
to a teacher whose fame is firmly founded on the dis-
tinguished careers of the legion of his former pupils,
to a revered friend of Loyola College and a cherished friend
of my own,
to a dedicated religious and scholar,
BROTHER MARCELLUS FEELEY of the Congregation of
the Xaverian Brothers.
Very Reverend Vincent F. Beatty, S. I.
EDITOR IN CHIEF
J PATRICK O DONNELL
J KENNETH JONES G RONALD SUNDERLAND
THOMAS B McGEE
R MICHAEL GRACE
JAMES J DeBOY
R MICHAEL GRACE
THOMAS B MCGEE
P BRIAN COPENHAVER
CHARLES B BROOKES
THOMAS R LEVICKAS
THOMAS F. STEIGELMAN ROBERT E. TOLSCI-I
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MUUNT SAINT JIISEPII lllllll SUIIIIIIL
Baltimore - Maryland
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BROTHER WALTER C F X
Consnderate kmdly gentlemanly and snncere
and absolutely boundless ln his devotion to us
and our needs Thxs descrlbes Brother Walter
The Class of 59 esteems lt their proud pleasure
to be able to honor the Dean of Xaverlans in
Amerxca by thxs yearbook dedlcatlon May
God bless h1m always'
BROTHER MARCELLUS C F X
If the Splflt of scholarshnp has touched and ln
fluenced us lf dedlcatxon to excellence has be
come part of our arm then surely It has been
Brother Marcellus who brought much of this
about A 1'ellg10llS gentleman a professional
educator and a firm fr1end he has been all
these to 11s We dedicate our yearbook to hmm
and we pray God to bless hum always'
W1th real pleasure and CCl't'1111 prlde we decllcate the
1959 Nlount Tower to Brother Walter, CFX and to
Brother Nlarcellus CFX Both d1st1ngu1shed members
of the fwculty both dedlcated to formmg men of boys
and fornnmg the lID'lgC of the God Man 1n the hearts of
boys these Brothers have glven selflessly of themselves
to 'ICCO1Tlpl1Sl'1 these ends mn our regard It IS not thelr
long ye1rs of Mount servlce that we commend but rather
the quallty of that servxce Though few of us have met
Brother Walter IH the cl1ssroom and certainly not all of
us have met Brother Marcelltxs there exther, yet we thank
no one of us becomes 1 true Nlountman w1thout commg
under thexr mfluence In Brother Walters future work
here at the Mount and ln Brother Marcellus new worlc as
Pf111Clp3l of MISSIOH Church I-hgh School m Boston, we
devoutly and loyally pray God s cholcest blesslngs on thelr
tee these Kreeeer are zeeleeely elle' eesideell ly
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BROTHER Mm, IIEAIIM A TER
It is seldom that a Mountman has to enter the Headmaster's Office. It is
seldom that we deal directly with Brother Pastor. Nonetheless, all of us,
particularly the Seniors, have come to know him as a kind, generous and
devoted Brother. He has done so much to provide for our developmentg
he has worked so tirelessly for our welfare, and he has encouraged faculty
and students in so many ways to better the Mount, that our whole training
is influenced and enriched because of his decisions. The Class of 1959 is
grateful to have been a part of the Mount under Brother Pastor's leadership.
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BROTHER MYRON, C.F.X.
Efficiently and carefully to handle the many challenges
in the treasury ofiice, dependably and thoroughly to
assist the school,s numerous activities, consistently to
bring order to all the projects the students try to run-
these are among Brother Myron's accomplishments. A
perfectionist in the performance of his own duties, he
does much to instill careful habits in us. Many Mount
doings would be done less well, and many would not be
done at all, were it not for his presence and cooperation.
The Tower staff is particularly appreciative of his help
in the many transactions it has carried on through him.
BROTHER JOHN CHRYSOSTOM, C.F.X.
Now in his second sojourn at the Mount, Brother John
directs the care of the property, plans improvements and
renovations, supervises the work of the hired staff and
generally devotes himself to keeping the plant running
smoothly and satisfactorily. Always unrufiled, always
able to listen calmly, almost always on the spot with the
solution to the problem, Brother john has, in his one
year back in our midst, made things pleasant for us. All
the students, but especially Tower staffers, are grateful
for his many assists. All we have tried to do has been
done more easily because he was around.
CHATTER BREAK: Speedsters Tom Guercio, Denny
Voith, Greg Stern and Tom Jeffers pause at "end of
track" for some fast talk with Brother Myron and
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HONEST, BROTHER! Larry Hooper plays the innocent role, as
Brother Conrad accuses him. It was the Van Dyke dance-and
SOMEBODY must have arranged that special music in Brother's
honor! tTower sleuths report that Alex Schilpp was the real
As Director of Studies Brother Conrad's work directly influences all our
school hours. Our first year under his guidance taught us that he is a man
imbued with respect for good order and self-control. But this year we saw
more than the efficient administrator and the wise disciplinarian. W'e saw
a man more anxious to encourage us than to govern us, more interested in
helping us to improve than checking our lack of improvement, WH' saw a
sincere religious, an able administrator, and a really influential educator. Wle
knew, in short, that we had a firm friend-firm in dealing with us when
it was necessary, but even more Grin in his work in our behalf. In all
relating to our life of studies under him, we have been well directed.
THE MOUNT GOES MODERN. No more climbing countless
stairs to get in touch with the school. Brother Conrad keeps in
touch with all of us via his p.a. Your attention, please!
66Youth is the bright hope of the future. Assureclly the course
of the coming age will depend upon those who have been
trained in the liberal arts and other branches of learning?
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EUGENE LOUIS CORBETT
1959 Class President
Gene has honored us and been honored by many of
the activities which he has encountered and con-
quered. He is more than deserving of any honor
brought upon himself because of his outstanding
record as Catholic Athlete of 1959, and also by his
election to the office of Senior Class President.
Saint Francis de Sales . . . Varsity Football 2-3-4
. . . JV Football 1 . . . Varsity Basketball 3-4 . . .
JV Basketball 1-2 . . . Varsity Baseball 2-3-4 . . . JV
Baseball 1 . . . Ryken Club President 2 . . . Junior
Prom Chairman . . . Senior Prom Chairman . . .
417 Winder Street, Salisbury.
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ANDREW STEWART MANNING
1959 Class Secretary
Andy has ability both as an athlete and a scholar,
but his personality and gentlemanly manner more
than anything else rate him a place on this page.
Our Lady of Victory . . . Vice-President of Junior
Class . . . CSMC Representative 3 . . . Varsity Bas-
ketball 3-4 . . . JV Basketball 1-Z . . . Varsity Base-
ball 2-3-4 . . . JV Baseball 1 . . . 1001 Maiden
Choice Lane, 29.
GILBERT THOMAS BARKER
1959 Class Vice-President
As Senior Vice-President Gil has honored us and
himself by being elected to this office by the people
who know him best, his own Senior Class. Gil
has contributed much to make this year memorable
and pleasant. He has been outstanding in sports
and social activities.
Saint Casimir . . . Junior Class President . . . Senior
Class Vice-President . . . Prom Committee 3-4 . . .
Varsity Football 3-4 . . . JV Football 2 . . . JV Base-
ball 2 . . . Intramural Track I . . . 2312 Foster
'CFrom these schools
of learning there
comes forth a host of
citizens strong in
heart and mind . .
FRANCIS DE SALES HEINER
1959 Class Treasurer
Our Class Treasurer doesn't handle much money,
but his oflice does indicate his stature among his
classmates. Frank was chosen for a class office by
those who know him best-and that in itself is an
honor. He contributed much to the personality of
the Class of 1959.
Saint Agnes . . . Junior Committee . . . Senior Com-
mittee . . . Varsity Football 3-4 . . . JV Football Z
. . . Varsity Basketball 3-4 . . . JV Basketball 1-Z
. . . Varsity Baseball 3-4 . . . JV Baseball l-Z . . .
1131 Granville Road, 7.
LAWRENCE JOSEPH CRONE
Larry is one of the top scholars to graduate from the
Mount in recent years. For four years he impressed
his classmates with his studious attitude coupled with
his modest bearing. Underclassmen will remember
him for his untiring efforts in the after-school
Saint Lawrence . . . Chess Club 4 . . . National
Honor Society 4 . . . National Merit Scholarship
Finalist . . . 210 Mission Road, Jessup.
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JOSEPH PATRICK O'DONNELL
Pat O'Donnell, President of the Baltimore C.Y.O., is
a Hne example of a good Mountman. He has surely
proved himself outstanding in swimming and has
done a fine job as editor-in-chief of the 1959 Tower.
Saint Rita A . . Yearbook Representative 3 . . . Swim-
ming 1-2-3-4 . . . Frosll Baseball . . . Legion of
Decency 2-3 . . . Junior Committee . . . 7005 Dun-
hill Road, 22.
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GEORGE RONALD SUNDERLAND
In the class poll this year Ron Sunderland was voted
the boy most likely to succeed. Ron falls into that
small class of elite scholars who have intelligence
and know what to do with it.
Our Lady Queen of Peace . . . Tower Associate Edi-
tor 4 , . . CSMC 1-2 . . . National Merit Scholarship
Finalist . . . National Honor Society 4 . . . JV
Soccer 1 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . Route 16,
Box 506A, zo.
RONALD WILLIAM YAKAITIS
"Yak" is the best speaker in the Mount's history.
The various speaking contests sent Ron on trips to
such places as California and New Mexico, but they
could not interfere with the fine scholastic record he
Our Lady of Victory . . . Secretary of Junior Class
. . . Public Speaking 1-2-3-4 . . . President 3-4 . . .
Debating 2-3 . . . President of Baltimore Catholic
Forensic League 4 . . . Dramatics 2-4 . . . Vice-
President of MSJC Talent Club . . . National Honor
Society 4 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 907 Elm-
ridge Avenue, 29.
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STEVEN JOSEPH ARATA: Sain! Clement . , . Senior Com-
mittee . . . JV Ice Hockey . . . Varsity Baseball 3-4 . . . JV
Baseball 1-2 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 1724 Hall Avenue, 27.
NELSON JOHN ARNOLD: our Lady of Perpetual Help, 11-
chester . . . Junior Committee . . . Senior Committee . . . Bowling
4 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 1 Montgomery Road, Ellicott
FRANCIS VINCENT BAILOR: Sacred Heart of Mary. . . 6821
Youngston Avenue, 22.
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THOMAS LAWRENCE BARTOLOMEO: Sain! Dominic . .
Little Gaels 2 . . . JV Track 2-3 . . . Freshman Intramurals . .
4908 Arabia Avenue, 14.
RAYMOND FRANCIS BECHLER: Saint Joseph Monastery
. . . 3726 Old Frederick Road, 29.
HENRY BECKER, III: Saint Mark. . . Quill 3-4 . . . Glee Club
1-2-3-4 Vice President . . . Talent Club 2-3 . . . 269 East Medwick
Brother Bartel, C.F.X.
Religion 4A, English, Read-
ing Program, Guidance, Ath-
HEY, GIMME ONE: Seniors re-
ceive literature on colleges and
professions at one of the guidance
PETER PAUL BELZ: Saint Thomas Aquinas . . . 3660 Kes-
wiclc Road, 11.
LOUIS IRVING BEZOLD: Saint Mark . . . Glee Club 3-4
. . . President 4 . . , Talent Club 4 . . . Senior Committee . . .
. . . 1127 North Rolling Road, 28.
JAMES GATELY BLAIR: Saint Jane Francis. . . Junior Com-
mittee . . . Senior Committee . . . Varsity Football 3-4 . . . JV
Football 1-2 . . . JV Basketball 1 . . . Freshman Intramurals
. . . A Street, Chelsea Beach, Pasadena.
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A GREAT DANCE: The smiling faces of Meiser, Dixon, Sir-jack,
Rosofslty and company are proof of the Tower's great Christ-
JAMES WESLEY BLOCKSTON: Sain! Clement . . . Chaplet
Makers 1 . . . Christmas Assembly 1 . . . Freshman Intramurals
. . . 162 Howard Street, 27.
WILLIAM FRANK BLOOM: Immaculate Corzfepliofi. . . Band
1-2 . . . Swimming 1-2-3-4 . . . 1304 Red Fox Court, 4.
KENNETH JOSEPH BOEHM: Saint John The Baptist De La
Salle . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Talent Club 3 . . . Camera Club 3
. . . Kappa Chi 3-4 . . . Rylcen Club 2 . . . Public Spealcing 3
. . . Resident Reporter 2-3 . . . Resident Six-Man Football 4
. . . Resident Basketball 2-3-4 . . . Resident Softball 2-3-4 . . .
West Hyarrsville, Maryland.
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HAPPY TRIO: Dennis Hupp, Jack Conley and Bob Horsley and
their dates are really giving the camera a workover with their
THOMAS JOSEPH BOYLE: Sain! Rita . . . Chess Club 2 . .
JV Baseball . . . 1915 Holborn Road, ZZ.
NORMAN EDWARD BRONZERT: Saint Michael The Arch-
angel . . . Glee Club 1'2-3-4 . . . Christmas Assembly . . . Little
Gaels 1 . . , Varsity Track 4 . . . -IV Track 1 . . . 33 Elinor
THEODORE RICHARD BONGARTZ: Saint Agnes. . .Senior
Committee . . . Bowling 4 . . . Tennis 1 . . . 906 Woodsdale
THOMAS ELLIOTT BOOTH: Our Lady of Victory . . . Bowl
ing . . . 1264 Circle Drive 27
JAMES KEVIN BRUGGY: Saint Rose of Lima . . . C.S.M.C.
Executive Board . . . JV Baseball Z . . . Freshman Intramurals
. . . 190 Meadow Street, 25.
DANIEL THEODORE BRULINSKI: Holy Rosary . . . Var-
sity Footlmll 3 . . . Little Gaels Z . . . Freshman Intramurals
. . . 201 South Chester Street, Zl.
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JAMES PATTERSON BURNS: Saint Mark . . . Band 2-3
. . . Chaplet Makers 1 . . . Varsity Basketball 4 . . . Freshman
Basketball . . . 21 Locust Drive, 28.
JAMES LAWRENCE BURTON: Shrine of the Little Flower
. . . JV Ice Hockey 1 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 3305
Ramona Avenue, 13.
DENNIS MICHAEL CAGE: Our Lady of Victory . . . Senior
Committee . . . Varsity Baseball 3-4 . . . JV Baseball 1-2 . .
Freshman Intramurals . . . 1103 Elmridge Avenue, 29.
LISTEN, FELLAS! Brother Alois gives another of his interesting
talks about vocations to the seniors. The class in the foreground
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JOHN EDWARD CASEY: Sacred Hearl of Jesus . . . After
School Speaker Committee 1 . . . Cub Football 1 . . . JV Soccer
2 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 3713 Foster Avenue, 24.
KESTUTIS CHESONIS: Saint Alphonsus . . . Cross Country
1 . . . 3446 Caron Avenue, 29.
DAVID CHIVERAL: Saint Dominic . . . Senior Class Com-
mittee . . . Bowling 4 . . . 6200 Walther Avenue, 6.
GO, GAELS, GO! School spirit on the move. We lost the game
but we showed the Dons that we have something to shout about.
It was the Tower-sponsored car caravan.
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ROBERT FRANCIS CICHOCKI: Holy Rosary, . . Radio Club
4 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 2048 Bank Street, 31.
JOHN JOSEPH COLBURN: Saint Bernard . . . Junior Com-
mittee . . . Senior Committee . . . Pep Rally Committee 4 . . .
1740 East 30th Street, 18.
JOHN ALBERT CONLEY: Saint Rose of Lima . , . Archdio-
cesan C.Y.O. President 3-4 . . . JV Basketball Z . . . Year Book
Representative 3'4 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 4008 Third
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THOMAS JOSEPH CONWAY: Holy Cross. . . 1213 William
HERMAN FRANCIS COOK: Saint William of York. . . Quill
4 . . . Year Book Representative 3-4 . . . Public Speaking 3 . . .
Cub Football 1 . . . Varsity Basketball 4 . . . Varsity Tennis 4
. . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 713 Cooks Lane, 29.
ROBERT EDWARIJ CORRIGAN: Sain! Joseph Moriaslery . . .
Quill Z-3-4 . . . Talent Club 4 . . . Public Speaking Z-3-4 . . .
JV Track Z . . . JV Cross Country 2 . . . 4736 Dartford Avenue,
THAT'S A SWITCH-TOM STEIGELMAN, Tower photogra-
pher, is photographed at the Meetin'-Seton Dance as he takes one
of the orchestra.
BILL BOOTS HIM! Bill Lombardi, of the Moiint Soccer team,
lends a foot to a Calvert Hall player at the pep rally before
the big game.
THOMAS BERNARD DAILEY: Fourteen Holy Martyrs . .
C.S.M.C. Executive Board 3-4 . . . Christmas Assembly l . . .
President of Legion of Decency 4 . , . junior Committee . . .
Senior Committee . . . Varsity Football 4 . . . Cub Football 1
. . . 1804 Wfest Lombard Street, 25.
GERALD GEORGE DEACON: Sacred Heart of Jesus. . . Tal-
ent Club 4 . . . Little Gael Football 1 . . . 3508 Fleet Street, 24.
WILLIAM THOMAS DEFINE: Saint Agnes . . . Quill 4 . . .
Debating Team 3 . . . Public Speaking 2-3 . . . Representative
of School in State Latin Contest 2-3-4 . . . French Contest 4
. . . National Honor Society 4 . . . Vice-President 4 . . . Bowling
4 . . . 207 Wfestowne Road, 29.
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Brother Pastor. Tom McGee, who headed the Frosh-Intramural
Program, reads the names, as Brian Copenhaver, game announcer,
RONALD VVILLIAM DEISE: Saint Micliael The Archangel,
Overlea . . . Glee Club 2-3-4 . . . Talent Club 3 . . . Little Gael
Football 1 . . . 17 Greenwood Avenue, 6.
GLENN CHARLES DIXON: Saint Agnes. . . Junior Commit-
tee 3 . . . Senior Committee 4 . . . Varsity Baseball 4 . . . 725
Wfest Hills Parkway, 29.
ERIC JAMES DORN: Saint Brigid. . . C.S.lVl.C. Representa-
tive 1 . . . Varsity Wrestliiig 1-1-5 . . Cub Football . . . 1205
South Clinton Street, 24.
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A BARNES' DANCE? No, it's a Mount shuffle as
Mountmen, oblivious of the Barnes' laws, saunter across
the street after Mass at the Monastery.
MICHAEL ALLEN FASTNER: Saint Clement . . . C.S.lVl.C.
Representative I . . . Glee Club Z . . . Yearbook Representative
2-4 . . . Varsity Baseball 4 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 3029
Lorena Avenue, 30.
JAMES THOMAS FEDERLINE, Saint Joseph Monastery . . .
. . . 4222 Vermont Avenue, 29.
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GEORGE ALBERT EICHHORN: Saint Mark . . . Quill 3 . .
Sports Editor 4 . . . 5454 Frederick Avenue, 29.
MARIO ENRRIQUE EUGUI: Los Dos Caminos, Caracas,
Venezuela Band 1 Z 3 4 Varsit Soccer 2 3 4 JV
Soccer 1 .o, . JV Basketball 1 . . . JV Baseball 1 . . . Resident
Softball l-2-3 . . . Caracas, Venezuela. 3.
RAYMOND HIGINIO FERNANDEZ: Saint Jolln the Baptist
de la Salle . . . Kappa Chi Vice-President 4 . . . Public Speaking
1-2-3 . . . Little Gaels 1 . . . Resident Football Z-4 . . . Resident
Varsity Basketball 2-3-4 . . . Resident JV Basketball 1 . . . Resi-
dent Softball 2-3-4 . . . Washington, D. C.
JOHN HENRY FISCHER: Sacred Heart of Jesus . . . Talent
Club 4 . . . Cub Football 1 . . . JV Track 2 . . . 512 South
Highland Avenue, 24.
KENNETH CHARLES FREIMUTH: Saint Mark . . . Cbaplet
Makers 2 . . . Varsity Swimming 1-2-3-4 . . . 109 Arbutus Avenue,
JOHN CHARLES GARTLAND: Saint Andrew . . . C.S.M.C.
1-2-3-4 . . . Executive Board Vice-President 3-4 . . . Talent Club
3-4 . . . Chaplet Makers 1-2 . . . Camera Club 1-2-3-4 . . . Ryken
Club 1-2 . . . Kappa Chi 3-4 . . . Resident Reporter 3-4 . . .
Senior Committee . . . Varsity Tennis 1-2-3-4 . . . Resident Six-
Man Football 1-2 . . . Resident Basketball 1 . . . Cheerleader 2-3-4
. . . Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
JOSEPH ROBERT GIGANT1: Saint Elizabeth . . . Kappa Chi
Treasurer 4 . . . Resident Reporter 4 . . . Resident Radio Club
3-4 . . . Pep Rally Committee 4 . . . Varsity Football Manager 4
. . . Varsity Basketball Manager 4 . . . Resident Softball 3 . . .
Princess Anne, Maryland.
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EDWARD JOSEPH GLODEK: Saint Rose of Lima . . . Varsity
Soccer 4 . . . JV Soccer 3 . . . JV Basketball 2-3 . . . 150 Meadow
SALVATORE JOHN GLORIOSO: Saint Bernardine. . . CSMC
Representative 2 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 1112 Wildwood
PRESTON BALLARD GOCHNAUER, III: Immaculate Heart of
Mary . . . Kappa Chi Secretary . . . Varsity Wrestling 4 . . .
Varsity Baseball Manager 4 . . . Resident Basketball 3 . . . Resi-
dent Softball 3 . . . 1829 Deveron Road, 4.
WHO'S THE GINCHIEST NOW? Tom McGee gives the sticks
a workout as Tony Witkowski, Jim Thompson and Tom Walsh
keep time. It was Alumni Night!
MAY I HELP YOU? Mrs. Anne M. Marciano is not only a
great help to Brother -Conrad in running the office but also to the
students with their problems and difficulties.
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JAMES ROBERT GRAHAM: Holy Cross. . . C.S.M,C. Repre-
sentative Z-3 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 126 East Ostend
ROBERT RANDOLPH GREER: Saint Paul . . . Senior Com-
mittee . . . Varsity Football 3-4 . . . Little Gaels 1-2 . . . Rogers
Avenue, Ellicott City.
JOHN REYNOLDS GROH: Saint Rose of Lima . . . C.S.lVl.C.
Representative 1 . . . Senior Committee . . . Freshman Intramurals
. . . 4136 Doris Avenue, 25.
JOSEPH BENJAMIN GRONCKI: Saint Patrick , . . C.S.M.C.
Representative l . . . Glee Club 3-4 . . . Z211 Canary Court, 31.
DENNIS EDWARD GUIDICE: Saint Bernard. . . Senior Com-
mittee . , . 1511 East 28th Street, 18,
PAUI. CHARLES HAIGLEY: Fourteen Holy Martyrs. . . CSMC
Executive Board 3-4 . . . Secretary 4 . . . Archbishop Curley
Award 4 . . . Junior Committee . . . Senior Committee . . . Fresh-
man Intramurals . . . 13 South Payson Street, 23.
QUILL CLICKED - Quill staffers Al Eichhorn, John O'Donnell,
Bob Corrigan, Bob Quirk, and their dates pose happily for the
roving camera at the C.S.M.C.'s Fall Dance.
CAFETERIA CHATTER: Bill Define seems to be the center of
attention as indicated by Jim Burns' quizzical look and Bill
Jenkins' anxious expression.
DONALD FRANCIS HARGY: Saint Mark . . . Camera Club
3-4 . . . Stamp Club I-2-3-4 . . . Chess Club 3A4 . . . Bowling 4
. . . 19 Enjay Avenue, 28.
THOMAS WILLIAM I-IARMAN: Our Lady of Victory . . . Year
Book Representative 4 . . . 714 Devonshire Roacl, 29.
VVILLIAN1 FRANK I-IARRINGTON: Saint Wenceslaus . . .
Stamp Club 1 . . . Varsity Soccer 4 . . . JV Soccer 3 . . . Fresh-
man Intramurals . . . 709 Milton Avenue, 5.
THE UNSUNG HEROINES-- Responsible for much of the trite Mount spirit are Sisters
Dietgera and Facundina, Mother Aurelia, Sister Clarita, and Sisters Alwara and Baldrama
They are gathered on the convent porch enjoying a rare spare moment.
JAMES FRANKLIN HELM: Saint Mark . . .
Talent Club 3 4
. . . Chaplet lVla1cers l-Z . . . Senior Committee 4 . . JV S-oictr
2 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 3 South Rolling, R01c1 Z8
West Hills Road, Z9.
. . . 5404 Grindon Avenue, 14.
EDWARD ALLEN HIGDON: Saint Dominic .
. . Junior Com
mittee 3 . . . Senior Committee 4 . . . Freshman Intt1mur1ls
FRANK JOSEPH HIMMEL: Saint William .
2 . . . JV Basketball 2 . . . Freshman Intramurals 4910
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IT'S FREE: Seniors crowd the stage after vt
a vocation assembly to receive literature to
aid them in their future lives. These as-
semblies, sponsored by Brother Alois, gave
substantial aid to the seniors in choosing
a state in life.
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EUGENE PATRICK I-IINES: Saint Marliri. . Junior Commit-
tee 3 . . . Senior Committee 4 . . . Varsity Soccer 4 . . . Varsity
Wfrestling 4 . . . 1921 Fayette Street, 25.
WILLIAM SIMON HODDINOTT: Saint Joseph Monastery
. . . C,S,IVl.C. Representative 4 . . . Senior Committee 4 . . .
Bowling 4 . . . 2950 Frederick Avenue, 23.
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ROBERT PAUL HORSLEY: Saint Rose of Lima . . . Freshman A
Intramurals . . . Tower . . . Intramurals Coach 4 . . . 4112 Town- - 4 --
send Avenue, 25. I ? ' , W I
BRIAN LAURENCE I-IURST: Saint Thomas Apostle . . . Tal-
ent Club 3-4 . . . Quill 4 . . . Resident Reporter 3-4 . . . Six Man
Football 4 . . 2700 Connecticut Avenue, NAV., Washington, D.C.
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THOMAS JOSEPH IAMPIERI: Saint Agnes . . . Senior Com-
mittee 4 . . . Pep Rally Committee 4 . . . JV Wrestling 3 . . .
Varsity Wrestlixmg 4 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 207 Park
CHARLES AMBROSE JEDNORSKI: Saint MiCl1dEI,S, Overlea
. . . Glee Club 2-3-4 . . . Varsity Soccer 3-4 . . . C.S.IVI.C.
Representative 2 . . . 112 Nlanor Avenue, 6.
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WILLIAM DONALD JENKINS: Saint Joseph Monaslery . . . JOHN KENNETH JONES: Saint Marlin. . . Associate Editor
. . . Talent Club 4 . . . National Honor Society 4 . . . Junior of the Mount Tower . . . Junior Committee . . . Senior Commit-
Committee . . . Senior Committee . . . Varsity Cross Country tee . . . Varsity Soccer 4 . . . JV Soccer 3 . . . Varsity Basketball
3-4 , . . JV Basketball 3 . . . Varsity Track 4 . . . Freshman 4 . . . Freshman Basketball . . . Freshman Football . . . 1937
Intramurals . . . 4353 Eldone Road, 29. Wilkens Avenue, 23.
. . HOWARD JOSEPH KAPFER: Saint Joseph Mnrzaslery . . .
JOSEPH MYRIL JOHNSON: 5411118050 0fL1ma - - - Football Camera Club 3 . . . Junior Committee . . . Senior Committee
Car Caravan Ofgfmlzef 4 - - - VGYSIYY Cross COUUYYY 1 - - - . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 4721 Dunkirk Road, 29.
Bowling 4 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 3522 Horton Avenue, 25.
MICHAEL JOSEPH KETTERING: St. Joseph Monastery . . .
CHARLES BERNARD JONES: Saint Rila . . . Freshman Intra- C.S.M.C. Representative 2 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 121
murals . . . 2403 Fairway, 22.
A GUEST SPEAKER and Brother Marcellus, master of cere-
monies, address some seniors at one of the many vocational assem-
blies this year.
South Augusta Avenue, 29.
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STAFF PARENTS: Mrs. Jones, the Brookeses, the Sunderlands,
and Doctor and Mrs. Levickas watch as Mr. and Mrs. Barco go
after Mr. Jones. Parents of Tower staffers, they graced the
Tower-'s Spring Swing.
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JOHN JOSEPH KILLEN: Saint Joseph Monastery . . . Quill
Staff 2-3 . . . Spelling Bee 1-2 . , . Junior Committee . . . JV
Basketball 2 . . . Varsity Basketball 3-4 . . . JV Baseball 1-2 . . .
Varsity Baseball 3-4 , . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 313 Mar-
tingale Avenue, 29.
JOHN JOSEPH KIRMIL: Saint Mark . , . Talent Club 3-4
. . . Spelling Bee 1 . . . Band 1-2-3-4 . . . Freshman Intramurals
. . . 1204 lVlcCurlcy Avenue, 28.
MICHAEL JAMES KLIMA: Shrine of the Little Flower . . .
Varsity Ice Hockey 1 . . . JV Soccer 2-3 . . . 3603 Raymonn
Brother dePorres, C.F.X.
Religion 4E, English, Guid-
ance, Study Halls, Golf,
Resident Six Man and Bas-
ketball, Dormitory, National
Council of English Teachers.
HARVEY, Brother Dainian's
chief assistant, makes an infre-
quent appearance in public.
Charlie Brookes, Ron Sunderland
and Mike Fastner look on.
JOSEPH JAMES KLOSEK: Our Lady of Good Counsel . .
1438 Andre Street, 30.
MICHAEL ANTHONY KOHLER: Saint Joseph Monastery
. . . C.S.lVl.C. Representative 2 . , . Glee Club 3-4 . . . Talent
Club 3-4 . . . Senior Committee . . . 333 Nlartingale Avenue, 29.
CHARLES THADDEUS KOTOWSKI: Sain! Mary Shir of the
Sea . . . C.S.lVl.C. Representative 3 . . . Christmas Assembly 1
. . . Varsity Baseball 4 . . . Bowling 4 . . . Freshman Intramurals
. . . 1525 Jackson Street, 30.
A TOAST TO A WELL SPENT
NIGHT was expressed by Rich
Cuclnilc, Gil Barker, jim Ring,
Joe Twamley, jerry Zeller, and
dates at one of the Mount's win-
MILTON DANIEL KOWALEWSKI: Holy Rosary. . . Stamp
Club 1-2 . . . Chess Club 2-3-4 . . . Honor Society 4 . . . 2431
Fleet Street, 24.
RICHARD MARTIN KUCHARSKI: Saint Mark. . . C.S.M.C
Representative 1-2 . . . Bowling 4 . . . Varsity Tennis 3
Tennis 1-2 . . . 29 Maple Avenue, 28
JOHN EDWARD KUSIK: Saint Patrick . . . C.S.lVl.C. Repre
sentative 2-3 . . . Science Club 3 . . . 2001 Gough Street, 31
WILLIAM PATRICK LARKIN Our Lady of Vxctory G ee
Clu 1 Bowling 4 1001 South Charles Avenue 29
JOHN CARROLL LAUER Sault Agnes Ye1r Book Repre
sentative 2 Legion of Decency 3 unior Committee
Senior Committee Varsity Football 3 4 JV Football
Varsity Basketball 3 4 JV B1slcetball 1 2 O
Saint Agnes Lane 7
MILTON VINCENT LENTZ Shrine of the Little Flower
Christmas Assembly 1 Bowling 4 3220 Lake Avenue 13
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THE MOUNT'S UNSUNG HERO-All-
Maryland football star jim Blair receives
his trophy at the Nineteenth Annual Un-
sung Hero Banquet sponsored by the Mc-
Cormick Company. jim was chosen the
Mount's Unsung Hero by the Maryland
ROBERT THADDEUS LEWANDOWSKI: Our Lady of Good
Counsel . . . C.S.M.C. Representative 3 . . . Pep Rally Commit-
tee 4 . . . JV Football Z . . . JV Soccer 3-4 . . . Little Gaels 1
. . . Freshman Intramurals 1 . . . 1408 East Fort Avenue, 30.
JOHN ALLEN LEWIS: All Saints. . . Chess Club 3-4 . . .
President 4 . . . Senior Committee . . . 7302 Prince George
CHARLES THOMAS LIBERTO: Saint Ursula. . . Band 4 . . . il'iV A A if
Freshman Baseball 1 . . . 2913 Scherer Avenue, 14. f i n
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CHARLES Joi-IN LINDNER: saint Benedict . . . Freshman 3413411
Football 1 . . . 1626 Inverness Avenue, 30.
V Q WILLIAM BARTHOLOMEW LOMBARDI: saint Agnes . . .
mm ' H Quill 3 . . . Honor Society 4 . . . Senior Committee . . . Varsity
fy' faq. .h f ,E A ' Soccer 3-4 . . . Captain 4 . . . Varsity Baseball 3-4 . . . JV
Baseball 2 . . . JV Soccer 2 . . . Cub Football 1 . . . Freshman
Baseball . . . 1447 Forest Park Avenue, 7.
THOMAS JOSEPH LORENZO: Saint Bernardine . . . Cross
Country 1 . . . Freshman Basketball 1 . . . Varsity Track 2-3-4
M . . . 3912 Woodridge Road, 29.
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FRANCIS JOHN LUKASZEWSKI: Sain! Casimir . . . Var- BENEDICT FRANCIS MALIKOWSKI: Holy R05dfy . . .Junior
sity Soccer 3-4 . . . JV Soccer 2 . . . JV Ice Hockey 1 . . . Fresh- Committee . . . Senior Committee . . . Glee Club 4 . . . JV Soccer
man Intramurals K . . 3216 Hudson Street, 24. 3 . - - 246 South Castle Street, 31.
EDWARD JAMES NIARSH: Our Lady of Fatima . . . Varsity
ADEL1o FRANKLIN MACCENTELLI: Sacred Heart of Jem Seeeer 5-4 A - - JV Seeeer 2 - t - 430 Felereft Street, 24-
. . . Glee Club 1-2-5-4 . . . Little Gaels Football 1 . . . Freshman
Intramurals . . . 820 South Grundy Street, 24.
CLAUDE JOSEPH MASCARI: Saint Brigid . . . Year Book
Representative 3-4 . . . Pep Rally Committee 4 . . . Poster Com-
mittee 1 . . , Senior Committee . . , Cuh Football . . . Varsity
JAMES LEONARD MACHER: sam: Rose nf Lima . . . Junior Wrestling 2-344 - . . JV Track 1 . . . 611 South Linwood Avenue,
Committee . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 700 Church Street, 25. 24'
HOLLYWOOD WAS NEVER LIKE THIS. John Ostrowski
leads the posse in this western epic. John and his classmates won
the advertising contest sponsored by the Tower and chose as their
prize a trip to Leonardtown. ' 3
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JOSEPH DENNIS MCDONALD: Sain! Jerome . . . Cub Foot- JAMES CECIL MCGUIRE: Our Lady of Victory . . Chaplct
ball . . . JV Soccer 2-3 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 1334 Makers 1 . . . Science Club 1-2-3 . . . Honor Society 4
Washington Boulevard, 30. Oaklee Village, 29.
THOMAS BERNARD MCGEE: Saint William of York . . . As-
sociate Editor of the Mount Tower 4 . . . Yearbook Intramural
Director 4 . . . JV Cross Country 2 . . , Varsity Track 3 . . . JV JABSES CARROLL MCNICHOLASi Sffffd Hear' of Mafy
Track 2 . . . Freshman Intramurals 1 . . . 117 Upmanor Road, 29. Qui 4 ' ' ' H20 Steclton Avenue, 24'
WILLIAM BRICE McGEEHAN: Saint Bernardine. . . Stamp
Club 1-2 . . . Chess Club 2-3 . . . Cub Football 1 . , . JV Baseball LOUIS ASHLEY MCWILLIAMS: Saint Clare . . . 4 orner
2 . . . 814 North Woodington Road, 29. 20nd, 21.
Brother Joseph Gerard,
Religion 4C, English, French,
Moderator St. Thomas More
OVERJOYED: Returning to class
after an assembly, Mountmen lcd
by Cimbolo, Brulinski and Booth
leave the auditorium.
A MEETING OF THE MINDS of the Seton-Nlount Glee Clubs
to work out the details of their production of "The Prince of
Pilsen" resulted in a splendid performance of the classic musical.
PHILLIP EDWARD MIDDLETON: Saint Mark . . . C,S.lVl.C
Representative 4 . . . Honor Society 4 . . . 38 Dungarrie Road, 28
GERARD ADAIR MILLER: our Lady of Pefpefual Help . .
Honor Society 4 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . Box 69, Route 4
Landing Road, 27.
FRANCIS LARSH MOHLER: Saint Mark . . . Glec Club 4
. . . Honor Society 4 . . . 13 Somerset Road, 28.
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give a rise for our photographer at the
Mount's annual Father and Son Commun-
HAROLD JOSEPH MURDOCH: Saint Mark . . . Band 1-2-3-4
. . . Senior Committee . . . 1401 Edmondson Avenue, 28.
JOHN EDWARD MYERS: Shrine of the Little Flower, . . Cub
Football 1 . . . Varsity Soccer 4 . . . JV Soccer 2-3 . . . JV
Wrestling 3 . . . 3219 Shannon Drive, 13.
JAMES WILLIAM MOHLER: Saint Mark . . . Cub Football
. . . Gael Football 2 . . . Varsity Tennis 1-2-3-4 . . . 301 Mont-
rose Avenue, 28.
STANISLAUS FREDERICK MUEHLBERGER: Sacred Heart
of Jesus . . . Honor Society 4 . . . 712 South Dean Street, 24.
TIMOTHY FRANCIS NADROWSKI: Holy Rosary. . . Tal-
ent Club 3 . . . Band 1-2-3-4 . . . Senior Committee . . . Fresh-
man Intramurals . . . 4303 Nicholas Avenue, 6.
CHARLES ROBERT NEMECEK: Sain! Rose Of Lima . . . JV
Soccer 1 . . . Varsity Bowling 3-4 . . . JV Bowling 2 . . . Varsity
Baseball 4 . . . JV Baseball 3 , . . 30 South Townsend Avenue, 25.
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CHARLES ALBERT O'CONNOR: Saint Mary. . . C.S.M.C. RICHARD CLIFFORD OTTER: Saint Stephen . . . C.S.lV1.C.
Representative 4 . . . National Honor Society 4 . . . Varsity Representative 1-2-3-4 . . . Stamp Club 1-Z-4 . . . President Z
Cross Country 4 . . . Resident Basketball 4 . . . Resident Softball . . . Cheerleader 2-3 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 13 Silver
4 . . . 5506 Alhambra Avenue, 12. Spruce Terrace
JOHN BROPHY O'DONNELL: saint Mark . . . Quill 2-3-4 GUYLXjN2EhlTfAfVfRI' 5""" D""""'9' ' ' JV Fomball. 2
, . . . . . . c aes oot a 1 . . . JV Wrestling 1-2 . . . Varsity
. . . Sports Editor 3 . . . Editor-in-Chief 4 . . . Band 1-Z-3-4 Basebiu 3-4 JV Bqsebiu 1-7 6917 Harford Road 17
. . . Chaplet Makers 1 . . . 22 Briarwood Road, 28. K l ' ' K K A' ' ' ' ' '
HENRY ARNOLD PAYNE: Saint Joseph Monastery . . .
JOHN KAROL OSTROWSKI: Holy Rosary, . , Varsity Foot- C.S.lVl.C. Executive Board Z-3-4 . . . Senior Committee . . .
ball 4 , , I Vgfsify Sgcfjgr 2-3 , l I Sgccef 2.3 . ' . Varsity Varsity FO0Kl3flll 4 . . . FO0IbIl11 2 . . . Little Gaels Football
Bowling 3 . . . JV Bowling 2 . . . Freshman Intramurals , , , Z . . . JV Basketball 1-Z . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 4455
1401 Tenbury Road, Lutherville. EICIOHC Road, 29.
CONGRATULATIONS are rendered to victorious Pat O,Donnell
just elected president of the C.Y.O. for the Archdiocese of Balti-
more in the elections held in the Memorial Gym. Pat was elected
by a great majority.
THOSE SWEATERS ARE NICE-Pat Gochnauer seems to be
eyeing the Soccer team's award sweaters as he picks up his letter
for wrestling. Well, we can't win all the championships.
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THOMAS HAROLD PHOEBUS: Saint Philip and James . .
Varsity Football 3-4 . . . JV Football 2 . . . Cub Football 1 . . .
Varsity Baseball 3-4 . . . JV Baseball 1-2 . . . 414 Fawcett, 11.
PHILIP MICHAEL PIASECKI: Saint Patrick. . . Senior Com-
mittcc . . . 621 South Lakewood Avenue, 24.
ALBERT ANDREW POKLEMBA: Saint Clare , . . Photogra-
phy Club 3 . . . Christmas Assembly 3 . . . Debating Club 1-2
. . . Publc Spealcng 1-2-3-4 . . . 8 Clipper Road, 21
Brother Robertus, C.F.X.
Religion 4D, English, Latin,
Speech, Procurator, Kappa
Chi, Dormitory, Mount Tow-
er, Poster Group.
THE GREAT SEAL: Senior
Class president Gene Corbett
shows Barbara Hubbard the seal
of the school.
RICHARD JAMES POLKOWSKI: Our Lady of Fatima . . .
Varsity Soccer 3-4 . . . JV Soccer 2 . . . Talent Club 4 . . . 429
Elrino Street, 24.
JOSEPH HENRY POTTER: Saint Patrick . . . Christmas As-
sembly 1 . . . Cub Football . . . 2246 Bank Street, 31.
RALPH JOHN PRETE: Saint Ambrose . . . Glee Club 4 . . .
Talent Club Secretary 3 . . . Senior Committee . . . Science Club
2 . . . JV Baseball Nlanager 2 . . . 3325 West Belvedere Avenue,
Mother Aurella DMHR
Mother IS director of the
Sxsters here at the Mount
Through her mfluence and
gracxousness the lnves of
Brothers and residents are
made happler She shows
herself a true mother at the
ROBERT PAUL RATTELL Ascensxon 820 Francls Avenue
DENNIS EDWARD RAY Sam! Jane Frances Varslty Soc
cer Z 3 4 JV Soccer 1 Varsxty Basketball 3 4
Basketball Z Freshman Basketball 1 Freshman Intra
murals 360 Harlem Road Route 4 Rlvlera Beach
WILLIAM WALLACE REAMY St Mark Freshman nt a
murals 1312 McCurley Avenue 28
Sxster Clarnta D M H R
Sister has been at the Mount
for 30 years As we leave
by graduation Sister Clar
Ita leaves by appointment to
the Motherhousc ln Ger
many The Mount will suf
fer her loss but we wxll pray
gratefully for her happmess
Slster Facundma D M H R
Sister reminds us of the bah
llcal valxant woman Kxnd
capable ever ready to be of
servlce Sister Facundma has
been the strong force keep
mg the Mount family happy
for 24 years Her Silver
jubnlee at the Mount occurs
JOHN CARROLL REESE Sami William of York Band
Z Freshman Intramurals Bowlmg League 4
216 lVl1llow H111 Road 29
PHILIP HUGH REVERE Sam! Wxllxam of York JV Cross
Country 1 Freshman Intramurals 804 Chapel Gate
PETER WILLIAM REYNOLDS Sam! Joseph Monastery
Scnxor Commxttee 4 V Bowlmg 2 Varsnty Bowl
Freshman Intramurals 517 Random Road Z9
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AN AWE - INSPIRING
SIGHT: Mountmen and
their fathers gather at the
annual Father and Son
Communion Mass and
Breakfast at the Cathe-
dral and Alcazar. A
number in excess of 600
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FRANK JOSEPH ROSOFSKY: Saint Joseph Morzastery . . .
C.S.Nl.C. Representative 4 . . . JV Ice Hockey 1 . . . Freshman
Intramurals . . . 335 Yale Avenue, 29.
ROBERT PETER ROSTKOWSKI: Saint Casimir . . . Science
Club Z . . . Junior Committee . . . Bowling 4 . . . 2731 Fait
DANIEL ROBERT ROHLEDER: Sain! Jerome. . . Varsity Soc-
cer 4 . . . JV Soccer 2-3 . . . 2709 Huron Street, 30.
FRANK JOHN ROMEO: Saint William of York. . . Dramat-
ics 2 . . . Honor Society 4 . . . Junior Committee . . . Freshman
Basketball 1 . . . Freshman Intramurals 1 . . . 836 Chapel Gate
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CHARLES ALFRED ROSWELL: Our Lady of Perpetual Help
. . . Stamp Club 2 . . . Honor Society 4 . . . You're The Critic
Magazine Representative 3-4 . . . After School Speaker Commit-
tee 1 . . . National lVlci'it Scholarship Winner . . . Box 331,
Montgomery Road, 27.
WILLIAM JAMES RUSKELL: Ascension . . . Senior Commit-
tee . . . Little Gaels 1-2 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 5517
Oakland Road, 27.
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RICHARD FRANCIS RUSSELL: Saint Beruardine. . . Cheer-
leader 1-2 . . . Senior Committee . . . Junior Committee . . . JV
Cross Country 1-2. . . JV Wrestling 1 . . . 3902 Gelston Drive, 29.
CHRISTOPHER ANTHONY RUSSO: Holy Cross. . . Senior
Committee. . . Junior Committee . . . Glee Club . . . Quill 1-2-3-4
. . . Science Club 1-2 . . . Talent Club Treasurer 3-4 . . . Varsity
Track Manager 1 . . . 24 East Wit-st Street, 30.
WALTER MICHAEL RYKIEL: Our Lad 0 Fatima . . . Dra
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matic Club 2-3-4 . . . Cub Football . . . 6824 Fair Avenue, 24.
WATER, WATER, EVERYWHERE? Mrs. Sunderland instructs
Brother de Porres in the fine art of divining, while being suspi-
ciously eyed by Glenn Dixon, Mike Williams and Pat Gochnauer.
FRANK JOSEPH SAGAN: Saint Jane Frances. . . Year Boolc
Representative 1 . . . C.S.M.C. Representative 1-2-3-4 . . . Varsity
Bowling 4 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 8113 High Point
JOHN SAMPERY: Saint Mark. . . Band 1-2-3 . . . 2017 Old
Frederick Road, 28.
JOHN MARION SCHAB: Saint Stanislaus. . . Freshman Intra
murals . . . 520 South Milton Avenue, 24.
SCIENCE WHIZ: Rich
the operation of his ex-
hibit in the Mount's
Science Fair. All en-
trants were required to
meet high standards
for qualification in the
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FRANK WILLIAM SCHOLTZ: Sacred Heart of Mary . . .
Varsity Football 4 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 1402 Dundalk
WILLIAM DENNIS SCHWANKE: Saint Stanislaus . . Varsity
Soccer 4 . . . JV Soccer 3 . . . JV Track 2 . . . Freshman Intra-
murals . . . 16 North East Avenue, 24.
RICHARD LAWRENCE SHEARER: Saint Rita . . . Six-Man
Football 4 . . . Resident Basketball 3-4 . . . Resident Softball 3-4
. . . Alexandria, Virginia.
Brother Sebastian, C.F.X.
Religion 4F, History, P.O.D.,
Guidance, Moderator of
Mothers, Club and Fathers'
Club, Kappa Chi, Dormi-
tory, Moderator National
Honor Society, Treasurer
Baltimore Catholic Guidance
HOLD IT! Norm Bronzert pre-
serves Ron Deise and Rich Bet-
tendorf for posterity in "The
Prince of Pilsenf'
JEROME ADAM SIATKOWSKI: Saint Casimir . . . Cheer-
leader 2 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 1234 South Decker
RICHARD VALENTINE SIEJACK: Sacred Heart of Jesus
. . . Senior Committee . . . Junior Committee . . . JV Wrestling 3
. . , Varsity lfootbnll 3-4 . . . JV Football Z . . . 630 Belnorcl
DONALD ALPHONSE SILANSKAS: Saint Michael. . . Senior
Committee . . . Varsity Football 3-4 . , . JV Wrestling 1 . . .
Track 2-3 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 4600 Forestview
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QDWARD NORTON SILCOTT: Saint Mark . . . C.S.lVl.C.
Representative 2 . . . Senior Committee . . . Varsity Football 3-4
. . . Varsity Track 3-4 . . . JV Track 2 . . . Freshman Football
. . . Freshman Baseball . . . Freshman Track . . . 5209 Edmond-
son Avenue, 29.
CHARLES PAUL SMITH: Saint William, . . JV Basketball 2
DREAMVILLE: Mountmen whirl their lovely dates to the music
of the Savoys at the Holiday Hop.
HARRY ROBERT SMITH: Saint Joseph Monastery . . . 4233
Old Frederick Road, 29.
MARTIN DAVID SNYDER: Saint Joseph Monastery . . .
National Honor Society 4 . . . 4221 Old Frederick Road, 29.
. . . Freshman Basketball . . . JV Basketball 3 . . . Intramural
Baseball . . . 4901 Saint Gemma Road, 29. THOMAS FREDRICK STEIGELMAN, II: Our Lady of Mount
Carmel . . . Tower Associate Editor and Photographer 4 . . .
Quill Photographer 3-4 . . . Camera Club 1-2-3 . . . President
3 . . . Ryken Club 1-2 . . . Kappa Chi 3-4 . . . President 4
HAROLD WILLIAM SMITI-I: Saint Dominic , , , Band 18.104.22.168 . . . Junior Committee . . . Senior Committee . . . JV Football 2
. . . Freshman Track , . , 2806 Echodale Avenue, 14, . . . Freshman Baseball . . . Newport News, Virginia.
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COURTYARD as Juniors and Seniors
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' JOSEPH WAYNE STENGEL: Ascension . . . Talent Club 4
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lir' ' ' . . . Varsity Track 3-4 . . . JV Track l-2 . . . 6803 Dunhill
t vir' E Road, 22.
THOMAS STANLEY SUT: Sain! Casimir . . . Cheerleader Z li
. . . Senior Committee . . . JV Football Manager l . , , JV Bas- L , ng
lcetball Manager 1 . . . Bowling 1-4 . . . Freshman Intramurals , 'F' '
. . . 2700 Hudson Street, 24. 3
ANTHONY JOSEPH TARNTINO: Saint Benedict . . . 5 0 8
Hurley Avenue, 23.
JOSEPH FRANK TAYLOR: Saint Dominic . . . 3302 Echodale
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ROBERT JOSEPH THELEN: Holy Family. . . Glee Club Z-3-4
N . . . Camera Club 3 . . . Chess Club 2-3 . . . Pep Rally Committee
i AVVT 4 . . . Resident Reporter 4 . . . Resident Six Man Football 4
. . . La Canada, California.
JAMES JOSEPH THOMPSON: Saint Mary of Govans
JV Football 2 . . . JV Ice Hockey 1 . . . Varsity Track 2-3-4
. . . V Track 1 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 5619 Clear
Brother Colombiere, C F X
Brother left the Mount at
midyear after devoting some
fourteen years to our intei
ests Moderator of both
Parents Clubs for that
period behind the scenes
planner in building the new
gym always re1dy with n
energetic assist for wh1t
ever we needed Brother
Colombiere remains in our
hearts as a real Mountman
JOSEPH MARIO TRIONFO Saint Ursula Cub Football
Freshman Intramurals 2934 M1nns Avenue 14
MARTIN JOSEPH TILL: Sdfnf fflfmfnf - - - Christmas AS- ROBERT CHRISTOPHER 1URKos: saint Patrick. . . cmm
sembly 1 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 3613 Century Avenue, 27. Club 3 . i l Talent Club 3,4 I . . Honor Society 4 , A l Chqplct
Nlcikers 1-2 . . . 1717 Gough Street 31.
ROBERT ELLIS TOLSCH: Holy Comforter. . . Camera Club
2-3 . . . Vice-President 3 . . . Ryken Club 1-2 , . . Kappa
Chi 3-4 . . . Nlount Tower Photographer 3-4 . . . Quill Photog-
rapher 4 . . . St-mor Committee . . . Resident Basketball 1 . . . JOSEPH HENRY VACH: gain, M,,,,1,,,,,,, , l gmmp Club 1.2
Resident Baseball 1 . . . Resident Softball 2 . . . Charlottesville
AD DEUM: During the annual retreat in November Mountmen,
in solemn adoration at the closing exercise, attend the Holy Sac-
rifice of the Mass in the Memorial Gymnasium.
. . . Band 1-2-3 . . . Honor Society 4 . . . Senior Committee
. . . Freshm'm Intramurals . . . 4706 Loch Raven Boulev1rd, 12.
Brother Julius, C.F.X.
Physics, Geometry, Senior
Science, National Science
Teachers' Association, Mary-
land Academy of Science,
Resident Leagues, Dormi-
tory, Kappa Chi.
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tramurals . . . 729 West Hills Parkway, 29.
JOSEPH EDWARD VOLK: Saint Anthony of Padua .
Cub Football . . . 4806 Sunbroolc Avenue, 6.
CHARLES PHILIP WACHSMUTH: Saint Mark.. .Freshman
Intramurals . . . 1905 Lismore Lane, 28.
Brother Theophane, C.F.X.
Religion 4B, French, Latin,
Classical League, National
CAMPUS QUEEN: A Passionist
Father reviews Mary's place in
our lives, as we pay our tradi-
tional homage to the lVIount's
ROBERT CHARLES WALDHAUSER, Saint Micliael, Ovcrlea
. . . Band 1-2-3-4 . . . Cub Football 1 . . . 4315 Glenmorc, 6.
JOSEPH VICTOR WALEGA: Sain! Jerome , . . Christmas As-
sembly . . . Cub Football . . . 503 West Hamburg Street, 30.
DONALD BERNARD VUALLENHORST: All Saints . . . Year
Book Representative 3-4 . . . Senior Committee . . . Gael Foot-
ball l . . . Varsity Soccer 4 . . . Varsity Basketball 3-4 . . . JV
Baseball 1-2 . . . 3208 Brightwoocl Avenue, 7.
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Slster Alwara, D M H R
In charge of the boys dm
mg room, Snster IS the more
than wlllmg frlend we look
to for help ln many sntua
tions She has won a place
xn our hearts and prayers
for her rellglous generosxty
RICHARD EDWARD WALSH Immaculate Heart of Mary
Christmas Assembly Varsity Track 3 4 JV Track
V Football Z Cub Football 1707 Weston
THOMAS PAUL WALSH Saint Brigid CS MC Repre
sentatlve 1 Pep Rally Commxttee Poster Commtttee
Varslty Wrestltng 2 JV Track I Freshman Intra
murals 7513 Faxt Avenue 24
PETER CHARLES WASH Ascension Freshman Intra
murals 5726 Oakland Road Z7
Sister Dletgera, D M H R
met pleasant, always anx
nous to help us, Sister Dxct
gera reminds us through
our busy days that we must
remember to be kmd and
gentle wrth our nexghbor
She teaches her lesson well
and we will always remember
this charitable good Sxster
Sister Baldrama, D M H R
New to the Mount this year
Sister Baldrama took but a
short time 1n our midst to
become a real part of the
Mount famlly Her gener
cslty ts that typical of all
the Sisters at the Mount for
lt IS the ktndness flowing
from a lovmg and Christ
llke heart Welcome, Sister
REGINALD GEORGE WISE Sam! Peter Claver Ban l 2
Semor Commlttee Varsxty Cross Country 4
V1rsxty Track 3 4 V Track 1 Z Freshman Intramurals
l942 Walbrook Avenue 17
LAWRENCE ANTHONY WIST Saint Joseph Monastery
Freshman Intramurals 343 Yale Avenue Z9
ANTHONY STANLEY WITKOWSKI Saxnt Dommxc
Band 12 Gael Football 2 V Cross Country l
Varsxty Wrestling 3 4 Varsxty Track 3 4 V Wrestlxng 2
V Tmck Z 5221 Tramore Road, 14
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Fathers and Sons pause cheerfully at the
Communion Breakfast, waiting for the
more serious part of the program to start.
I I .p LEONARD BENEDICT WOJCIECHOWSKI: Holy Rosary . . .
f 1 iv Christmas Assembly . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 2210
1 LJ 71 Gough, 31.
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We 3-4 . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 6712 Boston Avenue, 22.
NEIL THOMAS YEAKLE: Immaculate Heart of Mary . . .
Bowling 2 . . . Freshman Intramurals . . . 1542 Glen Keith 4'
GERARD ANDREW ZELLER: Sacred Heart of Jesus . . .
Mount Tower Representative 4 . . . Senior Committee . . . Senior
Communion Breakfast Committee Chairman . . . Freshman Intra- -
murals . . . 924 South Highland Avenue, 24.
BROTHER DOMINIC, C.F.X.
The end of our senior year marked Brother Dominic's
Silver jubilee as a Xaverian Brother. We join now
with his Brothers and friends in wishing him hearty
congratulations on the occasion. For his help, his in-
terest and his devotedness, we are the better-we hope-
and we are grateful.
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Phil Zelechowski was present on our campus for only one semester,
just one-eighth of our career as Mountmen. But in that one term
here he set the pace for our eight terms. In his brief months
among us he typified what we hope has been our class spirit.
Devoted, diligent, studious, friendly and loyal, Phil left his mark
on us. Grateful that we knew him, thankful that he was one of
us, we pause now to honor his memory. Saint Casimir's conferred
a Mount scholarship on him the Mount placed him in her top
class and the Lord reached down and hastened him to the
happiest and most important of all commencements-the begin
ning of his heaven The Cla s of 1959 prays God s richest blessings
on their fellow Mountman May he rest ln peace'
Most Likely to Succeed
Dfd Most for the Mount
Best Mount Booster
GEORGE R SUNDERLAND
LAWRENCE J CRONE
J PATRICK ODONNELL
JOHN R GROH
REGINALD G WISE
RONALD W YAKAITIS
GLENN C DIXON
J KENNETH JONES
J PATRICK ODONNELL
THOMAS F STEIGELMAN
RONALD W YAKAITIS
CLAUDE J MASCARI
RICHARD J POLKOWSKI
CHRISTOPHER A RUSSO
FRANK J LUKASZEWSKI
THOMAS M PHOEBUS
JOHN J SAMPERY
KENNETH C FREIMUTH
EUGENE L CORBETT
J KENNETH JONES
RONALD W YAKAITIS
PRESTON B GOCHNAUER
JOHN R GROH
THOMAS J IAMPIERI
PHILIP M PIASECKI
WILLIAM B LOMBARDI
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if their spirits are disciplined in Christian precepts, if their
wills are strengthened by grace, then there is hope that a
new youth will grow up, strong
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CLASS 3B BROTHER AUBREY, C.F.X.
Front Row flcft to righll: J. Clark, A. Bednarczyk, B. Copen-
haver, R. Valis, G. Stump, Pittman, M. Grace, Owens,
R. Norton. Ring. Second Row: Sekora, Sample , F.
Moritz, R. DeCarlo, D. Dobson, S. Amato, Forman, R.
Berndt, W. Metzger, J. Myers, W. Cooper, G. Stern, L. Car-
Brother Aubrey, C.F.X.
Religion ZB, Typing, Book-
keeping, Economics, United
Business Education Associa-
JEFF JESTS: Two lovely Setonites
keep jim Creamer, Rich Baummer,
and Charles Cherry amused as Tom
Jeffers enters the battle of wits.
WHAT FOOT WORK! Ed Durivage
is really letting the feet fly. Hope she
has good reflexes.
roll, P. Maher. Tllifll Ron: R. Cooke, M. Balough, J.
Spears, D. Burke, R. Miceli, F. Negretti, W. Bernschein, C.
Burchell, A. Kopec, R. Fine, M. Willianls, E. Waller. Fourth
Row: Lambdin, E. Hughes, L. Daniclczyk, C. Brooks,
Pointer, E. Elliott, J. Coakley.
WITHOUT HIS "GEE"TAR: Bob Norton puts one
down at one of the C.S.M.C. dances.
as intelligent lla llmlivs,
TIME TO CUT OUT: Tom Jeffers, Dick Baummer,
Greg Stern, and their dates leave the Memorial Gym
after a great time at a Mount dance.
Brother Eustasius, C.F.X.
Cafeteria. Brother Eustasius
is a dean among chaplet-
Brother Servanus, C.F.X.
Algebra, Trigonometry, Na-
tional Council of Math
Teachers, Campus Store,
Brother Vincentian, C.F.X.
Religion 3E, History, P.O.D.,
Bowling Leagues, Resident
CLASS 3E BROTHER VINCENTIAN, C.F.X.
Front Row fleft to riglzll: P. Urbanski, R. Martel, J. Lilley,
J. Schwarzmann, R. Bouse, N. Angelozzi, H. Wade, Cran
dell, Quattrocche, R. Thomas. Second Row: A. Zalner,
R. Silanskas, V. Placlc, W. Slunt, H. Wrightson, T. Swann
J. Williams, F. Cimbolo, F. Narutowicz, W. Potts, J. Shiner
WE'RE GOING TO WIN-and we
did. The boys like to hear from Mr.
Woods at the pep rallies.
W. Hopp. Third Row: F. Maher, T. Kelly, J. Sullivan, R.
Dabtowlca, Cihak, D. Strauss, C. Anderson, W. lVlcNamara,
R. Greenway, L. O'Bradovich, R. Cudnik. Flillffll Row:
R. Wille, R. White, L. Snowman, Friel, W. Lisek, Lingg,
V. Howley, P. Smith, T. Zamerski.
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HAVE A COKE! say Forrester,
johnson, Ogden, jones, and Deboy,
venclers at the Tower's Coke conces-
Brother Talbot, C.F.X.
Religion 3F, History, Soc-
cer, Talent-Drama Club,
Cheerleaders, B a l t i m o r e
Traffic Youth Conference.
SUMMIT CONFERENCE: Francis Mason, Neal Smith, James Thompson, Matthew
Donlan, Leonard Mason, and George Lipa discuss weighty problems during Junior
as 0111 llred Jiztlmli .
CLASS 3F BROTHER TALBOT, C.F.X
Front Row flefl to riglltl: M. Clark, Snodgrass, V. DiPie
tro, M. Donlan, 1. Kollner, M. Donovan, B. Kr-gel, J. Maher,
T. O,Donnell, D. Grabau. Second Row: Mnckert, C. Boem
mel, R. Mankiewicz, E. Hagens, J. Blackert, J. Hipp, J. Gil
lcy, J. Foley, R. Richl, Tribhe. Third Ron: G. Donovan
W. Menton, C. Mansperger, j. Daniloski, R. Hutchins, E
Durivage, R. Evirs, S. lmlncelottn, B. l.citner, P. Strow, W
l.utche. Fuurtlz Row: LI. Blum, R. Koochagian, Milclasz
W. Sullivan, W. Hogarth, Hart, W. Lally.
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CLASS 2A BROTHER ALOIS, C.F.X
Front Row fleft lo rightl: J. Eichhorn, J. Herrmann, J. Loch
ary, M. McCauley, A. Nowaslcey, R. Langenhop, C. Warfield,
A. Shimlcaveg, A. Hinkle, R. Johnston. Second Row: T.
Demski, R. Middleton, F. Kasper, C. Brookes, T. O'Connell,
Brother Alois, C.F.X.
Religion 2A, Spanish, Senior
Guidance Director, Vocation
Director, Freshman Basket-
ball, Resident Dormitory.
K. Meiser, L. Heidriclc, E. Mooney, T. Freburger, J. Bartelc,
J. Butler, T. Hurst. Third Row: D. Queen, M. Gaynor,
D. Keating, J. Gray, R. Borkows-ki, B. Smith, P. Cashour,
W. Chase, L. Voellcer. Fourth Row: D. Rohleder, D. Hupp,
W. Scholtes, Fiedler, R. Quirk, E. Loomis.
t0Wa1'0's becoming. . .
WORDS OF WISDOM: Brother Walter chats with Dr. Nitsch, who
is celebrating the 50th anniversary of his graduation from the Mount.
SCHOOL SPIRIT ON WHEELS: Mike Williams drives the lead car in
the car caravan as it leaves the Mount for Kirk Field and the Loyola game.
really llinlriag L21 llalim.
CLASS 2B BROTHER FRANCIS, C.F.X.
Front Row fleft to rightl: 1. Lawlor, L. O'Neill, J. Turk,
D. Button, C. Abel, C. Eilman, W. O'Neill, Latchford,
Brother Francis, C.F.X.
Religion 2B, Biology, Ani
mal Care and Training, De
tention, Resident Study Hall
National Association of Bi
Kusilc, R. Reamy, K. Sweder, M. Morgan. Third Row F
Geary, P. Coleman, T. Bryant, A. Capizzi, T. Folliard L
Vincent, H. Carll, G. Stock, j. Forrester, J. Rote, P. Marshall
B. Kropp, J. Zylka. Second Row: D. Hume, F. Kozloski, Fourth Row: J. Donohue, C. Delpi, F. Delvecchio, C. Car
L. Abernathy, J. Marshall, J. Ondrick, G. Chenoweth, R. mody, R. Staley, R. Smith, V. Tolson.
We Will he V0 fztiolzzlly-prepared athnliv.
Brother Carey, C.F.X.
Religion ZD, Geometry, Al-
gebra, Cafeteria Prefect, JV
CLASS 2D BROTHER CAREY, C.F.X.
Front Rnu' fleft to Yitlfllffi G. Sibislci, R. Torre, R. Conrad,
C. Wfisniewski, H. Kahl, R. Meehan. Kouhek, G. Giganti,
W. Yvrightson, C. Heffernan. Second Run: R. Meek, G. Trip-
lett, R. Bettendorf, N. Youskauskas, A. Estrella. T. Stackow
ski, Mlllcare, T. Linsenmeyer, D. Puglisi. C. Cooper, J
C'MON IN-Brother Ferrer along with Brother Kurt greets
Nlountmen and dates as they arrive at the Memorial Gym for
a Tower dance.
Frank, R. Wilsox1. Third Run: L. lVIrCannn, Joyce, A. Tir-
occhi, C. Boone, L. Kueberth. D. Valentine, lVlutschler,
P. Haddad, M. Deutsch, C. Bell. R. Pemberton. liuurth
Row: T. Baranowski, R. Ormrod, L. Rest, J. Bory, R. Bellamy,
R. Long, F. CliiTorCl.
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DETERMINED DEAN-Venerable Brother Walter
dean of American Xaverians, gets caught in a typical
display of interest. No fence, no obstacle has kept him
from serving us and other Mountmen over the past sixty
Brother Nicodemus, C.F.X.
Religion 2E, English, Pub-
lic Speaking, History, Super-
vised Reading, Rylcen Club.
CLASS 2E BROTHER NICODEMUS, C.F.X
Front Row fleft to righlh C. Smith, F. Dunn, W. Krause
C. Kucera, B. Baker, Hines, T. Colebrook, Riley. J
Thompson, F. McNaney. Svcond Row: A. Walsh, B. Brown
J. Wessel, D. Hcmerka, D. Kottraba, G. Lauer, M. Barlnge
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CLASS 2F BROTHER FIDELIS, C.F.X.
Front ROW flvft to riglltl: R. Krebs, T. Bruns, S. Heiner-
mann, C. Saxon, W. Smith, E. Schocnborn, P. Sanda, L.
Burch, I. Schyan, P. Lilley. Second Row: W. Rubeling,
Mongelli, D. Golebiewski, G. Gurry, Colly, T. Rothe,
S. Ellis, C. Holland, W. Woods, T. Burns, G. Paciarelli,
THE LINE UP-Captain Mooney and the
other gentlemen at the head table of- the
Father-Son Communion Breakfast provided a
very interesting program. Mayor Grady is at
NO, NO, THIS WAY, YOU GUYS! Paul
Haigley directs Ronnie Morraye, Keith Meiser,
and two other members of the C.S.M.C. for the
annual Meetin' Seton Dance preparations.
Brother Fidelis, C.F.X.
Religion ZF, General Sci-
ence, Biology, Gael Football,
Swimming Pool, Resident
J. Hartnxan. Third Row: Campbell, W. Paluclci, F. Mc-
Comas, D. Prager, F. Zelenka, P. Kelly, F. Revella, Rozzi,
I. Porter, j. Dyer, R. Broadwater. Fourth Row: C. Rehak,
R. Ghivizzani, P. Schoultz, R. Wisniewslci, D. Treshman,
CLASS 2G BROTHER BRENDAN, C.F.X.
Front Row flefl to rightl: C. Krejcilc, H. Popp, M. Dunn,
R. Lange, P. Tarsia, F. Culotta. Second Row: R. Porter,
V. Woods, Hellman, Brazier, S. Coco, F. Roth, City,
T. Friedl. Third Roar: Eisenhart, Costello, R. Kearney,
J. Lease, Burrows, E. Nichols, W. Davis. Fourth Row
R. Juslcelis, O. Greul, M. Patterson, R. Dupont, B. Asplen
Brother Brendan, C.F.X.
Religion ZG, Latin, French,
JV Football, C.S.lVl.C. Mod-
erator, Sodality Moderator,
Resident Study Hall, Dormi-
tory, American Association
of Teachers of French.
Brother Arthur, C.F.X. Brother Victorian, C.F.X. Mr. Pearce
Cafeteria Provincial Staff
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Religion IB, Latin, World
History, JV Baseball, Resi-
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CLASS 1B BROTHER REGIS, C.F.X.
Front Row fleft lo riglxth G. Atkinson, W. Staley, R. Hynec-
keal, E. Kerins, Leahy, M. Brown, L. Filipowsky, W. Lewis,
T. Gately, R. Dunham. Second Row: C. Helm, T. Williams,
J. McHugh, R. Brill, Ogden, E. Boudris, Cashour, W.
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CUTTIN' A RUG: Charles Brazier and James Campbell
really move to the music of the fabulous Van Dykes
HAPPY MOMENTS: Brother Sebastian takes the center
of attraction among these Setonites at a Mount Seton
LeCompte, T. Jones, R. Shenk. Third Ron Hannon
R. Domarotsky, G. McCleary, R. Siewierskl L Cashour
J. Slavin, F. Neville, C. Smith, L. Kress. Fourth Ron G
Thuman, C. Cusic, E. Starry, S. Borowy, F. Yarish C Chaney
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Brother Joachim, C.F.X.
Religion IC, German, Eng-
lish, Assistant to the Head-
CLASS 1C BROTHER JOACHIM, C.F.X
Fronl Row fleft to righll: T. Betz, L. Malinowski, T. Mullen
W. Burnotes, K. Kobylinski, F. Michal, Hollis, Genga
A. Wallner, W. O'Donnell. Second Row: C. Hofmeister,
S. Middleton, E. Gill, Brown, C. Dickhoff, H. Allen, J
phies and awards.
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Third Row: K. Yocum, J. McClenathan, R. Bartnik, A. Appel
W. Clauss, R. Wehner, A. Sheridan, R. Baker, R. Chirumbole
T. Shaffrey, A. Stanley. Fourth Row: T. Baxter, E. Martin
F. Bartek, R. Schlag, J. Cuddy, L. Bush, P. Ingram, G. Nitsch.
AND NOW - members of the
Mount's two American Junior Bowling
Congress leagues attend the awards
ceremony to receive their bowling tro-
BEFORE HALFTIME, joe Barry,
Bill Sullivan, jim Lilley, Pete Schoultz,
Jim DeBoy, and Joe Steigelman gaze
into a space to be filled by a thirsty
Brother Clarence, C.F.X.
Brother Gerald, C.F.X.
Trigonometry, Solid Geome-
try, College Algebra, Plane
Geometry, Director of Sci-
ence Fair, Campus Store,
Tower Intramural Advisor,
Resident Study Hall, Na-
tional Council of Teachers
Mid American atholivs.
CLASS 1D BROTHER SYLVAN, C.F.X.
Front Row fleft to rightls W. Crawford, Knight, T. Dem-
ing, D. Schwartz, G. Cavey, G. Carlson, G. Bell, J. Friedel,
M. Fitzgibhons, P. Herbert. Second Row: J. Schaefer, P. Fer-
ris, A. Sunell, R. Schinella, Fogarty, C. Slater, P. Russell,
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AND THE BAND PLAYS ON! Brother Peter leads the
band boys as they play at one of the pep rallies.
Brother Sylvan, C.F.X.
Religion ID, World History,
English, Little Gael Football,
Tennis, Resident Study Hall.
A. Jarzynski, C. Rosenherger, M. Thompson. Third Row:
J. Coleman, C. Major, J. Gawel, C. Hart, F. Krause, F. Mills,
W. Sampson, W. Wacker, D. Long, R. Nicodemus, C. Huber.
Fourth Row: E. Penella, T. Bolton, D. Davis, E. Unitas, S.
janlcevicius, Fitzgerald, R. Althoff, M. Trattner.
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Religion 1G, Music Appreci-
ation, Supervised Reading,
GAELS AND GALS show a real
burst of energy at the C.S.M.C. pre-
Lenten dance. It was Mardi Gras
RAPT ATTENTION rendered by a
willing audience at the Spring Con-
cert. This excellent performance was
presented by the Mount's Band and
Glee Club, and the Trinity Glee Club.
CLASS 1G BROTHER PETER, C.F.X.
Front Row fleft to rightl: J. DeGuilmi, G. Ebner, W. Collier. Third Row: M. Dodson, H. Roesser, R. Morraye,
Graham, M. Blair, P. Swindell, D. Warnecker, P. Mignini, K. Ahlstrom, M. Dyer, T. Bailey, R. Liberto, W. Dixon, R.
H. Zepp, H. O'Sullivan, C. Regan. Second Row: J. Phelen, Pajak, P. Moyer, J. Schaible. Fourth Row: W. Frazier, D.
W. Garvey, J. Kasper, J. Neser, R. Brown, C. Canale, D. Scholtz, Booth, J. Tyler, J. Kohlhepp, W. Vollmer, R.
Peters, J. Melone, R. Reese, P. Teubner, R. Fabiszak, W. Rolfes, B. Rolfes.
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cal and spiritual, intellectual and moral, individual, domestic
and social, in accordance with the example and teaching of
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The purpose of education here at the hlount is to educate the hoys not only in X , . '
mind and hody. hut also in spirit. The various religious activities fostered hy the
Catholic Student Nlission Crusade help to liurther this purpose. Under the ahle
direction ol- Brother Brendan, C.f7.X., who toolc over this year from Brother Gavin,
the C.S.lVl.ff. has encouraged the hoys to attencl the hlorning Rosary. has spon-
sored the Bishops' Relief lfund Collection at school, and has held the Annual hlay Q
Devotion. The money collected during the Bishops' Relief Drive was used to help
needy missions throughout the world and to pay each hoy's dues. Uuring lNlary's Ai X
month. Brother Brendan arranged a competition hetween classrooms for the best Qclik ,I
shrine dedicated to Nlary. The founding of a Sodality at the end of the school
year gives us the promise of expanded religious activities in the future.
SENIOR SUPERIORS-Brothers Sebastian, Theophane.
dc Porres, and Gerald, senior teachers, enjoy themselves
at the Senior Communion Breakfast.
SULIQNIN SENIORS: Nl-'inhers of class -ID line the altar
rail at The 1059 Senior Communion Mass.
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GRATIFYING-It is a very inspiring sight to sce the Nlountmen
go to Communion in a body. It is all part of the aim of the
Brothers to educate the whole man.
In tile ,Wit 01' prolbulul l1111111Wfy
AD ALTARE DEI-Seniors W. jenkins and M. Kohler assist
Father Roman at Holy Mass bc-fore the Senior Communion
een' Wi A tee greatest gratitude teWe1'e't dee'
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SENIOR CELEBRITIES-C. Smith, F. Sagan, T. Sut,
D. Silanskas, W. Schwanke, R. Tolsch, Siatkowski pose
for a picture after enjoying a delicious meal at the Senior
HOMAGE TO OUR MOTHER-Mountmen
pay homage to their Mother at the annual May
dedication ceremony. A Mount tradition now,
Brother Gavin started this three years ago.
ONE OF THE GREATEST-Gene Corbett
gave one of the most inspiring speeches of the
year at the Senior Communion Breakfast.
Seated at the head table are jerry Zeller, chair-
man of the breakfast, Brother Pastor, Father
O'Dwyer, Father Roman.
Under the supervision of Brother Kurt, C.F.X., editors John
O'Donnell, Bob Corrigan, and Albert Eichhorn produced six issues
of the Quill this year. These boys had the job of co-ordinating
the work of some twenty-five staff members and organizing their
writings into a four-page paper.
In early October members of the Quill staff attended the Annual
Catholic High School Press Conference at Villanova University.
Later in the year five members of the staff participated in a salute
to Mount Saint Joseph which was aired over a local radio station.
Theirs was a long, demanding task-and they did it well-in the
finest Quill tradition.
QUILL EDITOR-IN-CHIEF - john
O'Donnell scans a local newspaper in
hope of supplementing his already
erudite knowledge of journalism.
QUILL QUIP-Bob Corrigan poses for the
Tower camera for a job well done as the
Feature Editor of the Quill.
SMILIN' BERT EICHHORN, scholarship win-
ning Quill sports-chief, turns on the charms
for the Tower's camera.
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THE '60 QUILI. STAFF--D. Queen, A. Hinkle, Eichhorn.
VV. Gardiner, C. Wlirfitld. and C. Russo look over the shoulder of
Brother Kurt nt some of their recent work. Gardiner is the '60
LET THE PRESSES ROLL. says Editor O'Donnell
as he looks over an edition of the Quill. O'Uonnell
is assisted hy C. Whrfield, A. Eiehhorn, Delloy, B.
Hurst, R. Corrigan, H. Becker, G. Wright, lVlcNicholas.
TIME OUT-Quillmen Brian Hurst and B. O'Donnell
take time out from their paper to dance at the Senior
Prom with their lovely dates.
ST. THOMAS MORE SPEECH CLUB: Front Rmv
flcft to riglith K. Dawson, R. Corrigan, T. Butler,
P. Justice, W. Dehnc, R. Langenhop. Second Row:
F. Walsh, B. Johnson, Gardiner, W. Shultes.
Third Row: A. Poklemba, R. Yakaitis, Brother
Joseph Gerard, C.F.X.
IN ARGUMENTATIVE SPIRIT, the Molint Cle-
baters, Butler, Justice, Johnson, Walsh, Dawson, and
Gardiner, delve into a technical problem in the
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LOOK AT THOSE TROPHIES Some of the
Mounts young orators eye trophles won ln past
years confident that they can bring more home m
TOP HONORS AGAIN Brother joseph
Yak won for bemg top Catholxc Speaker nn
The Pubhc Speakmg Club was one of the most success
ful organlzatxons at the Mount thxs year Wlth Brother
oseph Gerard CFX moderating, the Mount orators
captured more honors and trophxes than ever before Ron
Yakaltls was the top Cathohc speaker m the country as he
took flrst place m the Natlonal Cathollc Forensic League
Oratorlcal Contest 1n Washlngton D C Bob Corrigan
Hmshed thxrcl ln the nation Teddy Butler also won the
Optimist Publlc Speaking Contest
The Mount debaters also dlstmgulshed themselves
Brooks ohnson Ken Dawson B111 Gardiner Frank
Walsh Ted Butler and Pete ustlce won 14 of 16 debates
at the annual Baltimore Cathohc Debatmg Contest Bro
ther oseph Gerard deserves much credit for the great
success, and to all the partlcxpants must go our hearty
congratulatlons for a job well done
Gerard and Bob Corrxgan are eyemg the trophy
the country Bob also has his for third place
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THE MOUNT BAND: Front Row fleft to righll: H. Romaguera,
E. Gill, Lawlor, Finfera, P. Williiigham, H. Murdock, G.
Chenoweth, T. Hurst, F. Moritz, R. Turkos, T. Nadrowski. Second
Row: V. DiPietro, Pittman, T. Butler, I. Porter, Brother Peter,
C.F.X., J. Kirmil, C. Liberto, O'Donnell, Panowicz. Third
Row: P. Rothe, R. Prandoni, J. Harris, R. Smith, B. Hurst, H.
Kleintank, J. Peluso, Hipp, M. O'Neill. Fourth Row: L.
Lochary, C. Morgan, F. Banz, J. Sullivan, C. Zeitler, V. Wright-
son, T. O'Donnell, J. Pundzalc, J. O'Donnell, City. Fifth Row:
E. Elliott, H. Smith, J. Reese, W. Potts.
Brother Peter, C.F.X., has done an extremely
fine job in maintaining the high musical standards
set hy his predecessor Brother Simon, C.F.X. The
Band received a rating of very good in a National
Contest in Washington. Tn the fall the band
is a marching hand and plays at the varsity foot-
ball games. Then, after a winter of rehearsals,
the hand turns into a concert band, It went on
tour of the city parishes this year in preparation
for the Spring Concert. That night was their
finest and our proudest.
GET IT RIGHT, GIRLS! Miss Reinecke, the instructor of Trin-
ity,s Glee Club, seems to be trying to get her point across. She
must have, because Trinity and the Mount Glee Club put on an
excellent Spring Concert.
OFF BEAT HARMONY put forth by the Moiint Band
in a practice session held after school. Their per-
formance at the Spring Concert was "The Most."
BIG DOINGS: This year our Motlnt Band combined
with our Glee Club and Trinity Prep's Glee Club to make
the Spring Concert one of the best in the lVIount's his-
tory. A great deal of work went into it, and it was well
appreciated by all.
Brother Simon, C.F.X.
MASTER'S MOMENT: The
band puts in an excellent per-
formance at the Spring Concert
as devoted Brother Peter directs.
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THE GLEE CLUB: Front Row fleft to righll: R. Langenhop,
T. O'Connell, E. Krieg, C. Smith, C. Petchilc, D. Keating, H
O'Sullivan, M. Kohler, E. Cashour, Gilley, Joyce, J
Scher, R. Thelen. Second Row: D. Grabau, C. Bell, F. Mills,
R. Norton, F. Cimbolo, W. Metzger, W. Chase, J. Hammond
DRINK! DRINK! DRINK! Choristers rally around
their leader, Lou Bezold, during a performance of the
Mount-Seton production of The Prince of Pilsen.
SWING TIME: Brother Cuthbert directs as Miss Rein-
eclce and the Mount's band accompany Trinity Prep's
Glee Club in their joint production of the Spring Con-
P. Justice, L. Hooper, B. Malilcowski, R. Quirlc, N. Bronzert,
J. Coalcley. Third Row: F. Mohler, R. Prete, H. Becker, L.
Bezold, Hartmann, Rote, F. Green, P. Marshall, A.
Maccenrelli, K. Boehm, Gronclci, R. Gilbert, C. Jednorski.
GLEE UL II
This year the lVlount's Glce Club achieved new suc-
cesses with its year's program of appearances for
private groups, an operetta, The Prince of Pilsen, with
Seton High School, and two joint appearances with
the Glee Club of Trinity Prep.
The climax of the yc-ar's activities was the venture
with Trinity, although the operetta with Seton will not
be forgotten for a long time to come. Brother Cuth-
bert, C.F.X., brought real strength to the work so well
initiated by Brother Aquin, C.F.X.
CORRIGAN'S COURTROOM MANNER: Bob Corrigan
prosecutes and Boots Rykiel squirms. It's showdown time in
the Caine Mutiny Court Martial. This was Brother Talbofs
coup of the year.
THINK WE CAN BEAT IT? Rich Polkowski wants to know
if Ron Yakaitis can win his court martial. This, of course,
is the Mount's production of Caine Mutiny.
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The 1959 Nlount play was one of the finest in its
history. Under the very almle leadership of Brother
Talbot, C.F.X., The Motiiit thespians staged an ex-
cellent procluction of The Caine Mutiny Court Martial.
Wirli Ron Yalsaitis as the defense attorney and Bob
Corrigan leading the prosecution, the play was really
a tense courtroom duel. Rich Pollqowslci was at his
best as the defendant, Lieut. G. Marylq. Walt
Rylciel gave a truly great performance as the eccentric
Captain Queeg. All the members of the cast are to
be congratulated on a great and memorable perfor-
TALE 'P-DRAMA CL ll
CAINE CREW: Front Row fleft to riglitl: john Fischer,
john Gartland, Gerald Deacon, james Bulter, and Joseph
Colly. Second Roar: Leonard Mason, james Gilley, Peter
Justice, Mark Vincent, Brian Hurst.
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AND THEY RE FREE-Even the C.S.M.C. gives away door prizes, an
Charles Warhcld, Paul Ingram, Dennis Keating, and their dates are sur-
prised and happy as Brother Brendan does the honors.
THE BROOKLYN TOUCH! 1 is the theme as
Myril Johnson displays the Brooklyn style of danc-
ing at the Mount Tower's Holiday Hop. Myril's
date is lovely Sandy Dulslci.
FEMININE FILCHING -
The Setonites guard their
souvenirs, and John Kirmil
guards a Setonite.
ENCHANTED! - seems to
be the theme as Colin Delpi
and Gerald Chenoweth take
their dates around the floor
at an informal dance.
Far fl Hall!
SMILE EVERYONE! The Mount Tower Staff with their enchanting dates
attend "The Spring Swingf' Music was presented The Van Dykes
LUCKY GIRL-This smiling young lady is
being presented the door prize by C.S.M.C.
president, Bruz Meiser.
The social life at the Mount was well-rounded so
that all students could participate in these activities.
The informal dances, sponsored by the Mount Tower
and the CSMC, afforded a chance for all to round off
their social life. These dances were successful because
they were pushed by true Mountmen. The dances
gave the Brothers a chance to see how their students
conducted themselves after hours and in different
company. The dances seemed to be enjoyed by all.
WINTER DANCE-School dances always draw a good
crowd, and this C.S.M.C. dance is holding true to form.
This could possibly be accredited to the increasing school
spirit that has been taking place here.
001' Mir af tim year. . .
The Tower Staff planned and produced the yearbook, but it wasn,t quite that
simple. To finance their project they hustled all those ads out of us and amazed
us with the prizes they offered us at the Assembly, they sponsored those three over-
night trips-and saw that we had a ball. They presented souvenir football pro-
grams for some of our football games-and gave them away! They added lustre
to the Parents' Night by providing that basketball program and conducting the
betweenfhalves Frosh game-and all those trophies for Class ICQ they organized
the car caravan for the Loyola game. They ran the Holiday Hop and, later,
Van Dyked us into breaking all attendance records at the Spring Swing. They
fired a bit of spirit into the Frosh by running basketball and softball intramurals.
They littered the campus with those crazy posters to try to get us out to school
activities. And then they produced the Tower. They hope it's a full picture of all
that has transpired this year in the shadow of the Mount's tower.
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THE PRESSURE IS ON: Ron Sun-
derland is hard at work on the '59
'60 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: The ,59
Yearbook Staff chose their sports edi-
tor, Jim DeBoy, to be editor-in-chief
of the 1960 edition of the Mount
WHAT NEXT? Pat O'Donnell, edi-
tor of the yearbook, appears puzzled
as he thumbs through last year's year-
The 1958 football season saw the Mount achieve a
recorcl of 4 wins, 3 losses, and 1 tie. The Gaels opened
the season with a 27-0 win over Gilman and were con-
tenders for the 1V1.S.A. title until the final game of the
season. In the finale, the Loyola Dons dashed the
Gaels, title hopes with a 21-13 victory over the Mount.
The Gaels were led all season by the sterling pass-
catching of Gene Corbett and the pin-point passing
of Quarterback Brennan Asplen.
THRILLING THIRTY-THREE: Gene Corbett takes an
over-the-shoulder pass to tally the Mount's only T.D. against
Poly as the Gaels score their second straight shutout over the
Engineers, this year by 7-0.
VARSITY FOOTBALL-Front Row, left to right: P. DeB0y,
Mgr., N. Angellozzi, A. Bednarczyk, H. Carll, A. Zalner, J.
Strasdauskas, R. Siejack, F. Scholtz, M. Stevenson, R. Greer,
R. Morris, R. Berndt, R. Riley, E. Schoenborn, Mgr. Second
ROW: DeBoy, Mgr., R. DeCarlo, Miklasz, R. Evirs, T.
Dailey, T. Phoebus, Blair, Ring, G. McCullough,
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C. Rehak, R. Cudnik, Helm, Ostrowski, H. Payne, N
Silcott, M. Tirrocchi, Brother Bartel, C.F.X., Brother Vernon
C.F.X., F. Heiner, G. Barker, E. Corbett, Sekora, N. Saba
tino, J. Lauer, Mr. Stan Zaleski.
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fensemen of the Gaels were just too much for
the Poly onslaught as four Mountmen romp
the Poly runner.
IT,S GOOD-John Ostrowski splits the up-
rights for a P.A.T. against Poly. Brennan
Asplen holds the ball, as the Mount line spear-
headed by Jack Helm really piles up the En-
THAT ELUSIVE PIGSKINI jim Creamer
gives chase to the loose ball as he is pursued by
Calvert Hall players. On the sidelines Bob
Tolsch, Joe Steigelman and joe Giganti give
jim plenty of room.
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The JV eleven met with only fair success during
the 1958 season. The Junior Gaels finished the sea-
son with a record of 2 wins and 5 losses. Under the
experienced eyes of coaches'Brother Carey, C.F.X.,
and Brother Brendan, C.F.X., many players pro-
gressed well and appear ready to capture Varsity
berths next year. Led by a veteran baclcfield of Ray
Kulwiclci, Joe Riley, Rich Decker and Don Valentine,
the JV just couldn,t get untraclced after opening the
season with a loss.
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good yardage against McDonogh.
JV FOOTBALL-Front Ron' flefl to rightl: L. Spaniol,
P. Ingram, J. Roley, R. Krebs, J. Latchford, F. Culotta, F.
Revella, R. Pemberton, D. Valentine, W. Sampson. Second
Row: B. Hannon, L. Rest, T. Hessenauer, J. Mulcare, R.
Decker, R. Kulwicki, M. Gaynor, M. Stout, Lauer, T. Price,
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INTERCEPTED EN ROUTE: The pigslcin intended for the
hands of a Mount receiver was snatched in mid-air by Mc-
F. Cimbolo, M. Cangelosi, L. Hooper. Third Row: T. Krecz-
mer, E. Elliott, E. Nichols, Dyer, R. Borkowski, Brother
Carey, C.F.X., Brother Brendan, C.F.X., J. Burrows, T.
Kremer, F. Geary, J. Steigelman, W. Bruchey, T. Tacka.
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END OF THE LINE! Paul Ingram
tries to avoid the lineup of McDon-
ogh players in front, while another
closes in from behind.
The "Little Gaelsu showed plenty of fight and lots
of spirit in their seven games this year. Their record
was 2 wins, 4 losses, and 1 tie. Pat Russell was a stand-
out quarterhaclcg Gene Paciarelli hlled in at the full-
back spot very capably, and the scoring punch was
furnished by the halfbaclcs Tim O'Toole and George
Stanlcis. The boys gained valuable experience which
will help them in their future endeavors on the Mount
gridiron. Brother Fidelis, GFX., and Brother Sylvan,
C.F.X., coached the team devotedly.
FAITH CAN MOVE MOUNTAINS
but this opponent seems quite power-
less to move this Mountman.
LITTLE GAELS-Front Row flefl lo rightl: R. Morris,
P. Russell, E. Moritz, G. Stankis, T. O'Toole, S. Baker, K.
Ahlstrom, P. Ferris, R. Bartnik. Second Row: J. Reahl,
M. Dyer, O'Donnell, G. Rohr, Russo, D. Peters, C.
Pelchek, W. Dixon, C. Nichols, R. Chirumbole. Third Row:
R. Langenhop, C. Moxley, J. Faro, R. Mitchell, D. Long, G.
Crawford, Brother Fidelis, C.F.X., Brother Sylvan, C.F.X.,
D. Young, P. Mayer, J. Peluso, J. Fogarty, G. Paciarelli.
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MOUNT MAINSTAY: Mr. John Plevyak has
been a distinguished member of The Mount
faculty for seventeen years. Mr. Plevyak has
coached Varsity and JV Soccer, JV Basketball,
and Varsity Baseball while teaching shorthand,
bookkeeping, and typing during his tenure here.
This year Mr. Plevyak led the Varsity Soccer
team to the M.S.A. Championship. Mr. Plev-
yak's teams have always been marked by fair
play and gentlemanly demeanor. These are
reflections of this very fine Mountman.
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horst as he sends the ball on one of his towering kicks.
john Myers, a defenseman, stands ready for action as
a Poly man pursues Don. Because of The lVlount's
splendid defense they were unscored upon in their first
OUCHZ Mario Eugui outfights his Calvert Hall oppon-
ent to head the ball downlield, as Den Grabowski stands
by to help. The Gaels downed the Cards, 1-0, in dou-
F0 Tim Seventh H1110-State Ullflflll'
In 1958 the Mount Varsity won its 7th M.S.A.
Soccer championship. Under the able leadership of
Mr. Plevyalc, assisted by Brother Talbot, C.F.X., the
Gaels finished the season with a league record of 11
wins and 1 loss. The only defeat came at the hands
of Patterson Parlc by a score of 3 to 2. An outstand-
ing note is that the lVlount won its first 8 games by
shutouts due to the determined efforts of All-Mary-
land goalie Don Wallenhorst. Wlmen Don was
matched with All-Maryland fullbaclcs Dennis Ray and
Bob Lewandowslci, this trio formed the most formid-
able defense in the city.
VARSITY SOCCER-Front Row fleft to figllfji V. Tra-
monte, J. Mackert, E. Hines, S. Amato, M. Montero, W. Lom-
bardi, W. Schwanke, Myers, F. Lukaszewski, E. Marsh,
D. Grabowski, J. Giganti. Second Row: D. Rohleder, K.
Other All-Marylaimd players include Bill Lombardi,
Denis Grabowslai, Marco Nlontero, and Mario lfugui.
Grabowslci led the league in scoring with 13 goals.
The Nlount also kept alive its consecutive winning
streal-Q against City College. The Gaels have now
beaten the Collegians 36 times in a row. The team
displayed tremendous spirit throughout the season,
and this spirit semed to rub off on the student body,
as all the games were well attended.
Jones, D. Ray, R. Lewandowski, M. Eugui, Mr. J. Plevyalc,
Brother Talbot, C.F.X., D. Wallenhorst, C. Jeclnorski, R.
Pollcowski, W. Harrington, E. Glodek.
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Denny Ray finally got around to using his
head for something. Bob Lewandowski looks
as surprised as anyone else over this.
NOW HEAR THIS! Mr. Plevyak couldn't
possibly be agitated during this half-time break
because our hooters played good ball all year.
They went eight straight games before being
scored upon by City.
J. V. IICCER
HEAD-ON COLLISION: George Giganti sends the hall on
its way as we meet the Edmondson Booters.
BURKE BUTTS IT! Dennis Burke heads the ball to Dennis
Keating despite efforts of the City opponents.
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The JV Soccer team was not quite as successful as
the varsity, although they did come through with a
5-4 and 1 log for the season. The main reason for
having a JV is to develop future varsity players.
Coach Plevyak has done this with such boys as Al-
berto Estrella, Daniel Warnecker, Edgar Penella, and
others. We wish them all good luck in years to come.
JV SOCCER-Front Row flcft to riglzll: D. Warnecker, G.
Giganti, W. O'Donnell, J. Hines, A. Sheridan, M. Brails-
ford, L. Eilipowsky, A. Walsh, B. Krapp. Second Row: V.
Tramonte, J. Crandell, P. Justice, T. Demski, T. Pajak, A.
Tripp, A. J. Nawaskey, A. Estrella, J. Lusk, J. Wessel, W.
Keating, J. Giganti. Third Row: H. Ebelke, C. Brazier, B.
Copenhaver, D. Burke, Scher, W. Strubel, Mr. J. Plevyak,
Brother Talbot, C.F.X., J. Kircher, R. Eisenhart, J. Hall, J.
Rote, J. Campbell.
VAR ITY IBA KETIIALL
As Newton said, what goes up must come down, and the
Mount basketball teams have reached a low ebb. After
years of basketball supremacy, the Gaels no longer put
fear in the hearts of opposing teams. In the 1958-59 sea-
son, the Mount posted a record of 5 wins and 17 losses.
By far the highlight of the season was the 31 to 30 upset
of league-leading City. This defeat put the Collegians on
the skids and they went on to fanish third in the league.
All of the Mount's 5 wins came in league play and enabled
the Gaels to finish fourth among six teams. The main
factor in the Gaels' decline has been the lack of a high-
scoring center. The Mount also found itself at a great
disadvantage in gathering rebounds. Don Wallenhorst
was the leading scorer and he was followed closely by
Gene Corbett and John Killen. These three are all fine
ball players but found themselves facing an extremely
tough battle in facing taller opponents.
VARSITY BASKETBALL-Front Row fleft to rightl: J. DeBoy,
T. O,Keeffe, Helm, M. Balough, Killen, P. Cook, Burns, D.
Ray, E. Burchell, E. Schoenborn. Second Row: J. Giganti, K.
jones, A. Manning, G. Corbett, Mr. Victor Woods fcoachl, D.
Wallenhorst, C. Cherry, F. Heiner, W. Rogers, P. DeBoy.
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The "59" edition of the lVlount's JV basketball team
played a total of 21 games tl'1is year and nnislwecl the
season with a fair record of 11 wins and 10 losses.
Mr. Plevyak, tlme very likeable head-coaclm, counted
on Brennan Asplen, John Kirclwer, and l-lcnry Carll
to carry most of the scoring burden. But we could not
forget the rest of the well-balanced team which con-
sisted of big Tom Tacka, Vic Woods, l-lenry Ebelke,
Paul Cashour, Joe Nlutscliler, Dan Huine, Art Nowas-
key, Ray Kulwicki, Ken Swecler, and Frank Ravella.
DOGGED DETERMINATION shown by Brennan Asplen
as he sinks another two-pointer for the Mount against Loyola
opponents, as Hank Carll, Tom Tacka, and Ray Kulwicki
make ready to assist.
TWO MORE FOR ASPLEN: Brennan Asplen taps in two
against Loyola. Tom Tacka and john Kircher look on anx-
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GET THAT REBOUND! Steve Borowy and
Lou Schneider of the Mount's freshman team
jump high to grab a rebound in a game against
Rylcen High. Charlie Chaney looks on.
IT'S UP FOR TWO: The two freshman quints
get together on the boards for a fast game at
Varsity half-time. This was Awards Night.
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL-Front Row fleft to rightl: W. Crewe, T. O'Keetfe,
R. Fabiszak, W. Lewis, H. Devlin, J. Cashour, D. Lopez. Second Row: R. Schlag,
S. Borowy, R. Mitchell, J. Grega, Brother Alois, C.F.X, L. Schneider, C. Chaney,
If the success of the 1958-59 frosh haslcethall team in an omen of the
future, the Varsity and JV teams can expect new life.
Under the experienced Brother Alois, C.F.X., the freshmen rolled up a
sparkling 12-3 slate. Spearheading a swift attaclc were team standouts
Richard Mitcliell, Charles Chaney and John Cashour. Normally it talces
many hours of practice to get a team effectively to play as a unit. How-
ever, Brother Alois instilled the all-important formula of teamwork into
his team rapidly and this became the team's most important weapon.
SOFTBALL CHAMP: Members of Class IB,
winner of the TOWER Softball League, sur-
round Tom McGee, league director. Tom Wil-
liams, Bill Staley, Gerry lVIcCleary, Tom lHen-
ry Fielding! Jones, and Fred Neville look over
the scorecard of the championship game.
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HE'S OUT! Dyer puts the tag on J. Genga
as R. Morraye comes up to assist. The smiling
third base umpire is Tom McGee, the director
of the Yearbook's intramural softball league.
SAFE! Bill Ahlstrom legs out a single as the
opposing first-sacker, Rick Schlag, gives a big
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of the freshman intramurals, watches John Genga throw another
strike for IC.
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MAN! THAT MALDEIS! Jim Maldeis, star
distance swimmer for the Mount, flashes the
form that won him two M.S.A. individual titles.
ON YOUR MARK! Phil Maher holds as Pat
0'Donnell and jim Forrester prepare to take
off in the backstroke. Jim was M.S.A. champ
in this event.
CONVENTIONAL KEN! Ken
Freimuth swims to victory in the
breastrolce. Ken was undefeated
and M.S.A. king in the conven-
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Championship in succession, and also their 4th unblemished season
in the local league. The Gael natators completely outclassecl most
opponents, but Poly proved to be the most troublesome. Along
with the M.S.A. title, the swimming team also achieved a second
place finish in the National Catholic Swimming Tournament at
The Gaels proved themselves real champions over the arduous
season which begins in September and lasts until February. A great
deal of the laurels should go to Mr. Hurley and Mr. Baugher who
have also proved themselves champions.
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liam McNamara, Doug Kottraba, Charles Brookes, H. Allen,
P. Mignini, Fred Lipp, Alfredo de la Hoz, Lee Hellman.
Mr. Walter Hlxrley
MSJC Swimming Coach. As-
sisted by Mr. Baugher, Walt's
dedicated service has kept the
Mount out in front in state swim-
ming competition. His are "top
MIXED EMOTIONS: Some
members of the swimming team
display utter astonishment that
the Mount might possibly lose
a race, while others just hope
and pray that the Gael natators
will win out.
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Forrester, Pat O'Donnell, Charles Boone, Joe Twamley, Bill
Bloom, Dave Schroeder, jim Maldeis.
CUT AWAY: Marty Caulk executes his back-
jack in good form at the University of Mary-
land meet. The judge is studying Mart's dive
In the MSA individual championship, the Gaels cap-
tured seven out of a possible ten first places. Bill Bloom
won the 50 and lO0 yard freestyle events. Jim Maldeis
captured the ZOO yard freestyle and individual medley.
Ken Freimuth finished an undefeated season by taking first
in the 100 yard breaststroke, and Jim Forrester won the
100 yard baclcstroke. The seventh Mount victory was a
win by the Medley Relay Team.
WATER, WATER, EVERYWHERE: but Bill Bloom can't take
time to drink. He is too intent on winning this 100-yard butterfly.
Bill proved his versatility by being lVl.S.A. champion in the 50
and 100 yard freestyle.
MACK'S KNACK: Bill McNamara is displaying his
knack for diving.
FREDDIE THE FISH: Freshman Freddie Lipp fins his
way to the finish. Fred has the potential of being one
of the top butterfly swimmers in the state.
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OFF WITH A BANG: Jim Mal-
dcis and Doug Kottraba are
caughr in mid-air as they start
the 200-yard freestyle. Jimmy
was the M.S.A. champion in the
HURLING HURLEY: Mr. Hur-
ley receives the reward of all win-
ning swimming coachcs. Some-
times he goes home somewhat
wet, but agrees that it's worth it.
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the sparks that fired the
Mount to another M.S.A.
title, heads for another vic-
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WRESTLING TEAM-Front Run' flr-ft to riglitl: Mack- B. Riley, D. Rohleder, P. Gochnauer, Miklasz, C. Delpi,
ert, Hines, C. Mascari, A. Schilpp, F. Nnrutowicz, Riley, F. Geary.
G. Sibiski, Crandell. Sermm' Row: F. Stevenson, R. Meek,
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FRIENDS? Claude Mascari doesn't seem to hold this opinion
as he takes his Friends' opponent to the mat.
For their efforts surely the Niount grapplers deserve
a far better fate. Under the leadership of Mr. Geppi,
the wrestlers displayed tremendous spirit throughout
the season. But despite the efforts of Claude Mascari,
Tom "Mouse,' Iampieri, Bob :incl Joe Riley, and Pat
Gochnauer, the team could not achieve a win and
finished a rough season with an O-5 log.
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the Division l title this year, as they hn-
ished one game lnehincl Poly with an ll
and 5 record. The Gaels led the league
until a 3 to 2 loss to Poly towards the end
of the season gave their hopes a cleciclecl
COUTER'S CROUCH-All Maryland second
baseman Gene Corbett leads out from his
Crouch in anticipation of giving that ball a
ride. Gene captained the 1959 Gaels while
sparkling afield and at bat.
GLEAMING GLENN - Glenn Dixon, out-
standing centerfielder, is one of the factors that
has made the Mount the surprise team in the
M.S.A. Glenn's big bat earned him a berth on
the All-Maryland second team.
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JV BASEBALL-Front Row fleft to rightl: S. Coco, T. Gately,
T. Nichols, C. Heffernan, A. Mank, P. Russell. Second Rduf: M.
Gaynor, Miltschler, R. Baker, R. Kulwiclci, B. Riley. Third Row:
.I.V. BA EBALL
The J.V. Baseball team completed a fine season by fm-
ishing second in their league. The J.V. achieved a record
of 12 wins and 3 losses against all opposition. Only two
losses came in league play and both came at the hands of
the Engineers of Poly. Under their rookie coach, Brother
Regis, C.F.X., the junior Baseballers displayed lots of
hustle and spirit throughout the season.
Combining strong pitching with line hitting, the J.V.
was solid in every position. The -I.V. relied on the strong
arms of John Kircher and Jim Mutschler while Bob Riley,
Ray Kulwiclci and Sal Coco supplied the hitting. This
yearis J.V. team should supply many stars for next year's
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throw from second to turn an infield
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RAPID RIGHT-HANDER John Kircller,
mainstay of JV pitching staff, hurls his
speedy fast ball plateward.
GOLF TEAM: Brother dt-Porres. CF.X., S. Esposito, J. O'Donnell, G. Gemignani,
B. Meiser, T. O'Donnt-ll, and L. Hooper.
The 1959 lVlount Golfers finished their season with an even 5 and 5
record. Under coach Brother clelyorres. C.E.X., the lVlount Duffers gained
much experience and three of this year's starting four will return again next
year. The team was led hy Senior Bruzz Nleiser with Juniors Tiin and
Jim 0'Donnell and Gino Gemignani.
Under Coach Brother Sylvan. C.E.X., the Nlount Tennis Team went
through a rebuilding year in 1959. Brother Sylvan has developed some
very hue young players such as Ricky Schlag and Larry lVlcCanna. Wfhile
these lads were gaining experience, Seniors jim Nlohler and Pete Cool:
along with junior Bill Bender led the team. Things look very promising
for the years to come.
TENNIS TEAM fli-ft to rightl: J. Rohr, B. Bender, Gartland, L. McCanna,
Brother Sylvan, C.E.X., P. Cook, R. Schlag. Mohler, C. Dorn, R. Wehner.
DOUBLE EXPOSURE? No, it's Tim and
Jim O'Donnell practicing their swings on the
campus. Two main stalwarts on our golf team.
CASUAL COOK: Pete Cook prepares to re-
turn the ball with the cool, calm, demeanor
that marked his net play.
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VAR ITY TRACK
The 1959 season was not a very productive one for the
Motint thinclads. The track team ran up a record of 2 wins
and 6 losses. The two victories came over the I-lopkins Frosh
and the Cadets of lVlcDonogh. Despite the numher of losses,
the team produced some excellent individual stars, Jim
Creamer was undefeated all year in the pole vault while con-
stantly finishing first or second in the discus. Reggie Wise was
outstanding in the 440 and the relays. Dennis Voith and Tom
Guercio were undefeated in dual meet competition in the mile
and 880 events respectively. Noel Salnatino distinguished
himself in the shot put. These stars lend great promise for
next year as all of these mentioned are Juniors with the ex-
ception of Wisse.
In the lVl.S.A. Championships, Jim Creamer won the pole
vault with a jump of ll feet. Reggie Wise ran a tremendous
race and won out in a thriller in the 440. Denny Voith and
Tom Guercio both finished second in the mile and 880 re-
VARSITY TRACK-Ifrmit Run' flvft In riglitl: M. Eugui, W. jen-
kins, P. Pierpont, R. Walsh, T. Gnercio, N. Angelozzi, X. Narutowicz,
R. DeCarlo, Vach, E. Silcott. Second Row: W. Joyce, Daniloski,
D. Voith, I.. Carroll, M. Menton, R. Decker, J. Stranovsky, G. Stern,
B. Johnson, S. Schultz, Crandell. Third Row: R. Staley, A. Wit-
kowski, Creamer, Thompson, Miklasz, Mr. Zaleski, N. Bron-
zert, D. Valentine, R. Wise, T. Lorenzo, N. Sabatino, Steigelman.
REX REG: Reggie Wise breaks the tape with all his
competitors far behind in his tracks.
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VANGUARD? No, just Noel Sabatino putting
the 12-pound weight into orbit.
RESOLUTE: Denny Voith's grim countenance
Q shows that he is determined to maintain the
lead Tom Guercio has given him.
IT SEEMS A BIT UNFAIR: Nortie Silcon
runs the low hurdles while jim Thompson just
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JUMPIN' JACK: Rich Walsh goes up and over in the
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COMING HOME: Mario Eugui is putting everything
into the finish of the hundred.
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JV TRACK-First Rauf flefl to rightl: A. Lanza, R. Fabiszak, R.
Siewierski, J. Zylka, R. Tramonte, M. Brailsford, T. jones, T.
O'Conncll, j. Eichhorn, H. Carll. Second Row: R. Kearney, P.
Cashour, F. Kasper, R. Reamy, R. Meek, F. Kozloski, R. Garvey,
K. Meiser, Twamley, R. Bettendorf, R. Eisenhart, T. Baxter,
Hollis. Third Row: C. Cusic, T. Hurst, P. Schoultz, Dyer, G.
Fromm, C. Delpi, Brother Andre, C.F.X., T. O'Keeffe, E. Dohler,
R. Quirk, H. Ebelke, Grega, L. Schneider, and Sheeler.
Mr. Stan Zaleski
English, P.O.D., Varsity
Football Line Coach, Var-
sity Track Coach, Resident
"TAKE 'EM RICH"' yells the crowd as Rich Walsh and Ed Silcot
try to overtake their Edmondson opponent
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I ' A miler for the Varsity Track Tvmn, displays
the Hnishing kick that carried him to nn
Y undefeated season in dual-mect competition
and second place in the M.S.A. champion-
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one of his broad Jumps whlch brought
hmm many vlctornes
CROSSIN THE BAR Its a good
jump made by muscular jxm Creamer
jxm went hlgh enough thxs year to
capture thc M SA championship
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A night to remember, A most important event
to any lVlountm4in is his Junior Prom, n night to
he cherished, This night of celehration cliinnxes
three years of hnrcl work :intl study for the junior
-leaving only ri handful of days before he as-
sumes his long-tlesirecl position as Z1 senior. This
fxuitnhulous nflizur took plgiee on May 22 at the
Southern l-lotelis henutiful Terrace Ballroom.
Class President Jim Creamer held the honor of
presiding over the glorious occasion as Prom
Chnirinan. linch of the nights promennclers will
forever cherish the memories of the Nlountls great-
est Junior Prom.
TICKET TAKISRS: Brothers Bartel and Talbot take
tickets from Alex Schilpp as Greg Stern, Rick Berndt,
and Pete Urbanski wait their turn at the Junior Prom.
DELIGHTFKJI, DEBUTANTE says Nick Angelozzi as
he proposes il toast with his date at the junior Prom.
Carole seem to
A-SMILE - at the Junior Prom as
speaks. Gene and Yvonne. jim and
reflect the countenance of all on that
WAITING FOR THE PROMENADE-Four chaperons
fleft to rightl, Mrs. Metzger, Mrs. Bender, Mrs. Bern-
hardt and Mrs. DeBoy, prepare to distribute the favors
at the junior Prom as the juniors and their dates as-
semble for the Promenade.
JUNIOR CHATTER: Juniors and their dates, awaiting the Grand March
gather on the terrace of the Southern Hotel and indulge in a bit of con
SOUTHERN FANTASY-is the mood as these juniors
enjoy the music of the Savoys at their prom held at the
'6Let us pray that domestic life may be conspicuous for
inviolate faithfulness, that it may flourish through proper
and saintly education of its children and be strengthened
by true concord and
POPE Plus Xu 'H
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Tall if . . .
The Residents distinguish the Mount from other high
schools and make a definite contribution to the school's
life. Resident Nlountmen come from many states and
some from areas outside the United States. Indeed, be-
cause so many residents come from families which have
been Mount families for generations, the residents pre-
serve Mount traditions in their own unique way.
Under the guidance of Brother Justin, C.F.X., Resident
Director, assisted by the capable Brother Damian, C.F.X.,
the resident student body this year wove a multitude of
we or i it ',.gi,'i.gi?'.-"
TOM TALKS - Tom Steigelman,
president of the resident student body.
gives his farewell speech at the resi-
bh ,Y dent senior banquet as Brother Pastor
and Ray Fernandez listen with utmost
WHAT DO YOU THINK, BROTH-
ER? Jerry Donovan asks Jubilarian,
Brother Dominic, his opinion as they
watch the JV Baseballers.
their own activities into the fabric of regular school life.
Club life, their own athletic schedule, study halls, special
trips, and many other doings-these make up part of
resident life. But the companionship with so many friends,
the more direct dealing with the Brothers, the closeness to
Chapel, these too are important parts of it all. Residents
will be the first to gripe about the many restrictions and
demand of resident life-but they know full well that resi-
dent life is a truly enriching and satisfying one.
RESIDENT VARSITY BASKETBALL -
lront Run' fleft to riglltl: R. Fernandez,
Iillty, R. Shearer, S. Schultz, R. Koochagian.
Second Rmr: Brother deporres, C.F.X., C.
Offonnor, Fricl, E. Waller, K. Boehm,
Barry, M. Mcnton, R. Gilbert.
The Lemony of Life.
RAY'S OFF TO THE RACES-Ray Fernandez, star
of the six man football team, takes a pass and is on
his way. Jim Lilley and Rich Koochagian try to clim-
inate some opposition.
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Row flcft to riglrtl: R. Fernan
dez, R. Schultz, P. Haddad, M
Clowser, R. Shearer. F. Naruto
wicz, Lilley, M. Menton. Sec
and Row: P. Gochnauer, J
Barry, R. Thelen, K. Boehm, B
Hurst, Brother dcPorres, C.F.X.
E. Waller, R. Koochagian, J
Friel, R. Gilbert.
JUMP-SHOT ARTIST-Easy Ed Waller turns, jumps
and pops one in against Boys' Latin as Ray Fernandez
Ron Schultz, and Ken Boehm watch.
YEA, RESIDENTS-john Gnrtland
leads the residents in :t rousing cheer
at a resident pep rally. It was the
night before the big Boys' Latin Six-
RESIDENTS RELAX-Ed Schoen-
born, Al Estrella, Mike Dyer, joe
Peluso and their dates take time out
to pose for Tom Steigelman's camera
at a Resident dance.
TELI, 'ENL BROTHER! B. Hurst, B.
Thelen, Friel and E. Xvnller give
Brother deporres some mural support
as Brother speaks at n resident pep
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The reign of Pius XII ended before our reign as Mountmen
But his ideals, his spirit, his thinking - these have suruted
hnbued with Pius' ideals, sparked by his spirit, in harmony
with his thinking, the Xaverian Brothers have labored care
fully and :ealously to form our
lives. Bea-ause of them, the
Mount has been truly our Alma
Mater. It is in the words of our
Alma Mater that we wish to ex-
press our gratitude and pledge
'6We'll tread life's paths with-
out a fear,
And proudly do what you
SE NIR PRIIM
The Senior Prom comes and goes every year just as any other annual
event. It means relatively nothing to anyone except two hundred seniors
and their dates.
This year it followed true to form, but what it meant to our seniors was
terrific. For most it gave relaxing moments marking the end of high
school. For others it supplied a feeling of freedom, and for all it gave a
night of unequaled pleasure.
We will never forget the Senior Prom, not because of the place or the
hand, hut because of the people present. The Class of 1959 was there
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FACULTY FORUM: Nlountmen
and their ladies stop by at the
Faculty corner for introductions.
It's a friendly spirit-the Molint
THE END-As the Senior Prom
comes to an end, the college-
bound Nlountmen whirl their en-
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A BASHFUL SENIOR seems to have slipped away just in time for this picture. However,
the camera did catch Pat O'Donnell, Mike Klima, Randy Greer and their dates.
YOU'RE NOT SEEING THINGS-
It's simply jim Blockstun, Dan Ruh-
ledcr and their :lates reflecting their
pleasure in the Eiucrson's Crystal
VOI.UI3I.If VOICES 1 lVInuntu1en
and their dates give out with the
Alum Nlater at the Senior Prom with
the 1lCCOIlllHflI'lIHl0I'lt of the Rivers
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TRIUIVIPI-IANT TRIO - Seniors
Tom Walsli, Tom Sut, and Claude
Masczlri gather around Brother Ro-
bertus at their last formal school
event before graduation.
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THE PROIVI CLIMAX - Proud Nlountiuen
and their dates pose in the promenade just
before they sing the Alum Nlater. The Proul-
enade was led by the four class officers.
A BOUQUET FOR A SPECIAL GUEST.
Gene Corbett and his date present Mr. and
Nirs. Steigelumn, who Cfllllk' to the Prom from
W'arwick, Virginia, with n beautiful bouquet
of red roses.
FABULOUS FAVORS-The Seniors line up after
escorting their dates to receive Prom Favors. The
chaperons, Mrs. Zeller, Mrs. Piaseclci, Mrs. jones, and
Mrs. Bezold, distribute necklaces to the Mountmen's
ROOMMATES-Tom Steigelman and Bill Hannan dis-
tinguish themselves on the dance floor as well as on the
third floor as they dance with Carole and jean.
OFF TO MANNING'S HOUSE --
After the Prom the ole gang is off
to get a bite to eat and then to Andy
FIRST HXIPRESSIONS ARIS l,.AXSTlNG - Brother
MZlFCt'llllS must surely get za line impression :ls Jerry
Zeller introduces his lovely date.
HDONAT IXWCWK NQUXVN says Aloliu Cirull. "hut Illk'y.I'l'
taking our picture." ,lark Conley, Boll llorsley, jun
Nlaclier, and lxlyril johnson and their dates face the
NO SALES TONIGHT--This crowd is think-
ing only of the Senior Prom. On their way to
the ballroom, we sec Bill Ruskell, Albert Pok-
lcmba, jeff Holm, John Myers and their dates.
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THE MOUNT'S BEST, Ron Yalcaitis, great-
est orator in the Mount's history, gives the
Valedictory Speech at the 1959 Commence-
alt is a joy to be your son"
CUMME CEME T
For some one hundred-eighty seniors, June 5 was the great-
est night of the year. They assembled at the Lyric to have all
their Mount labors crowned at graduation. Diplomas and
special awards of honor were conferred by Monsignor Leary
and the Provincial of the Xavierian Brothers, The Very Rev-
erend Brother Nilus, C.F.X. Headmaster Brother Pastor and
Studies Director Brother Conrad directed the ceremony.
Father Donahue, Superintendent of Archdiocesan Secondary
Schools, addressed the graduates --briefly, pointedly and
sincerely. Our chaplain, Father Sylvan, gave the invocation,
calling down God's blessings on the Class of '59. Faculty
members, underclassmen and Mount parents -one and all -
were proud that night of a truly fine class of Mountmen.
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The class of l959 broke all Nlount Scholarship
records this year. They have produced upwards
of 5l00,000 worth of scholarships. Thirty-eight
IVIountinen received at least one scholarship, and
some had five or six.
Lawrence Crone received a full grant to the
Catholic University of America along with five
Certificates of merit from various testing organiza-
tions. Williain Dehne ohtained three partial schol-
arships and two certificates of inerit. Charles Ros-
well won a 'grant from the National Nlerit Testing
Program. In the athletic department, the Catho-
lic Athlete of the Year, Gene Corlvett, took a full
scholarship from I-Ioly Cross College.
In all, it was a very fine showing hy the class.
Primarily it should he attributed to the Xaverian
Brothers who have produced students such as
YGUR ATTENTION. PLEASE! says Brother Conrad
as the boys assemble for their procession to the stage.
CRONIFS CROVVNING ACHIEVEMENT: Larry Crone
receives recognition for winning Il full scholarship to
NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP WINNER
Charles Roswell accepts his awards from Msgr. Leary.
Charlie's merit award offers him a scholarship to the
college of his choice.
SALUTATORIAN, Bill Define, is preparing to intro-
duce Brother Pastor,
THE TENSION MOUNTS: These happy Seniors try
to cover up their ne
Lyric before graduation.
for blank diplomas.
6'You9ll look on us without regret."
Norm B r o n z e r t receives
hearty congratulations from
his family after the gradua-
rvousness with smiles outside The
n Boehm and jack Colburn check
SO LONG, PALS: Joe Klosek, Jim Federline, Bob
Lewandowski, Jim Graham, and Burch Kotowski are
all making congratulations.
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when we were auth you 3
lll gratltualt to our parents for
nnkmg our Mount llfe possible,
ln gratitude to Plus XII, whose
salntlw example and excellent learn
lllg the Molmt has sought to transmit
. . . in gratitude to the Xaverian
Brothers for being the heart and soul
of the Mountg
we pledge that '6We'll love the
Mount and we,ll be true?
lhe lsdltors and Staff of the 1959 Mount Tower wlsh to pause here to retognue the many friends who
have assisted us so generously ln the produatlon of our annual puhllgatlon We wlsh to express ou:
rtal gratitude to all to the Benefactors who Lontrlbuted hfty dollars to the Sponsors who y,,ave twenty
hve dollars to the Boosters who gave ten dollars and to the Patrons who gave hve dollars We are most
A word to the students th mselves The 1959 Tower Staff was overwhelmed with tht splrlt thc
to optratlon and the enthusiasm the student body showed m this projett We reckon Il as one of tht
greatest displays of to operation we saw durmg our four years at the Mount One and all we thank
you and congratulate you for your spirit We wish to thank espeually Brother dePorres and Class 4L
Brother Vlncentlan and Class SE and Brother Damian and Class BD If the yearbook ns 1 pleasing.,
ene II us due ln great part to the work of these glasses who really worked hard We hope you approve
of what we have done with tht support you have us Thank you very muth
Class ll' Cl Us
Class Class ll'
BOOS I l:Rb PA I RONS
Class Class Class 2f
Class Class IH
C l ass
Qldw Class IC:
VERY REVEREND BRO THER NILUS CRX
REV H J DGNOVAN
RT REV MAURICE E ROCHE
REV DAVID W SCHAUM
Rl REV EUGENE T STONE
RLV ANTHONY C TOMASCHRO
GOVERNOR AND MRS 1. MILLARD TAWES
MAYOR AND MRS THOMAS D ALESANDRO JR
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ESSKAY COMPLIMENTS OF A IRII ND
CHARLES R HARTNETT JR NATIONAI CIGARETTE SLRVICE
MEADOW GOLD ICE CRLAM CO JOHN J II LCH SR CO
1726 E Pratt Street 116 Landxsher Line
Baltimore 31 Maryland Baltimore Z3 Maryllnd
ROYAL DUNLOGGIN DAIRY E F AND R L HEARN
Braddlsh Avenue and Baker Street 34 S Front Strect
Baltimore 16 Maryland Baltimore 2 Maryland
JACHAM EN FERPRISES
P Michael MOIIBEIII
Robert H Goldsmith
2525 Amsterdam Avenue
New York 33 New York
AMRHEIN BROTHERS BAIxLRY
832 W Saratoga Street
FRANK ANGELOZZI CONSTRUCTION
3503 Sequona Avenue
JOS ANGELOZZI CONSTRUCTION CO
3503 Sequaola Avenue
Baltimore 15, Maryland
NICHOLAS ANGELOZZI 86 SONS
3504 Sequoxa Avenue
THE ARCHER LAUNDRY CO
HENRY ARMANAS MD
1927 S How 1rd Strut
ARIHUR I LOAlxLIaX Um! Pnodutta
111 S Paea Street
LE 9 2736
CSMC OF MT ST JOSEPH
EMPIRE PAPER CO
Howard and West Streets
Baltimore 30 Maryland
ERVENS YOUNG MENS SHOP
THE I: FYRINC1 86 SONS CO
800 S Conkllng Street
Baltimore 24 Maryland
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ADOLPH MEHLER COMPANY THE W. B. CASSISLL COMPANY
CO. . . . . . . '
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FATHERS CLUB OF MT ST JOSEPH
COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND
Moving BL Storage RI 7 3300
GLEN BURNIE WASHMOBII F N
600 N Rntchne Highway
HENDLERS ICE CRFAM
101 S Hllton Street
ON FEDERAL SAVIN
4106 Frederick Avenue
Baltimore 29 Maryland
JENKINS SONS co
School 86 College ewelry
2601 W Lexington Street
Baltimore 23 Maryland
MR 81 MRS J M LANCELOTTA
MR CARL LaVFRGHFTTA
COMPLIMENTS OF THE MOUNT
R YEAR BOOK STAFF
M J NARUTOWIC7
O DONNEI L BAKERY
21 Il Merritt Ave nut
IJlll'1d'llk 22 Maryland
MR at MRS McQUADE
SLOVAK NATIONAL HOM INC
Hall for Rent ME 3 6992
6526 Holabird Avenue
THF SUN PRINTING CO
1601 Guilford Avenue
ELTY CO INC
22 S Fulton Avenue
Baltimore 23 WI 7 9200
St Patrlck Boys School
NKAND ELECTRIC CO
3309 Benson Avenue MI 4 3323
STATE BAKING COMPANY INC
' , MR. . .
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"The Velvet Kind"
Alumm Assocnatlon of Mount Samt oseph
Atlantic Construction Corporation
2 1 Semmary Avenue
Augusta Bulldmg 86 Loan Assoclatlon
420 N Howard Street
Baltlmore 3, Maryland
Baltimore Mlmeograh Supply Corporation
330 Samt Paul Street
Baltimore 2 Maryland
The Baltimore Transtt Union
Berg s Dairy
K E Ken Brazier
746 McCabe Avenue
Calvert Hall College
Baltimore 1 Maryland
Mr and Mrs Joseph Colly
ohn Cook Florlst
Baltimore 2, Maryland
600 S 46th Street
Dawn s Oflice Supply Company
2418 N Charles Street
CH 3 2000
Dorlc Co Real Estate 86 Insurance
2616 Maryland Avenue
5606 Mann Street
Elkrtdge 27, Maryland
Mrs Catherine Fmfera
Flammgo Pools Co Inc
3832 Washxngton Boulevard
CI 2 0480
Compltments of a Friend
C 86 S Fuel O11 Company
MU 5 2779
General Supply Company
613 N Eutaw Street
Baltimore 1 Maryland
4001 Rltchxe Highway
The Hauswald Bakery
2816 Edmondson Avenue
Pvt George F Hudson U S M C
Iamplerl s Clothes
Mr and Mrs Eugene C ohnson
524 Overdale Road
Baltimore 29, Maryland
Frank Kelly Hardwood Contractor
101 Tremont Avenue
Kldwells Llquor Store
2407 Greenmount Avenue
Lee s of Broadway
627 S Broadway
ames H Illley
Valley Road MacAlplne Dev
Maryland Development 81, Investment Corp
Suite 56A Walbert Building
1800 N Charles Street
McMahons Esso Statxon
3301 Washington Boulevard
Rev Brother Merle, C F X
M Mnklasz Store 86 Apartments
WO 9 7529
Mothers Club of Mount Sa1nt oseph
Nattonal Sporting Goods Co Inc
310 E Baltimore Street
Baltimore 2, Maryland
The New Haven Board 86 Carton Co
Balttmore 28 Maryland
George Pappas Popular Inn
Popular Place and Wise Avenue
Baltlmore 22 Maryland
Patterson Bowling Center
2105 Eastern Avenue
BR 6 9001
Mrs Allen Pessagno
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107 E Lombard Street
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Victor A Pyles Co nc
537 Chesapeake Avenue
Mr and Mrs E A ueen
Mr and Mrs Walter Rasmussen
Building and Loan ASSOCIHIIOU nc
Catonsvllle 28 Maryland
RI 4 0444
RIVCFVICW Gulf Station
Mufflers Brakes Tune ups
Rev Father Manuel R Roman
3812 Edmondson Avenue
Baltimore 29 Maryland
Leonard Ruck, Inc
5305 Harford Road
Samt oseph Monastery
Sam R Sllber
Mr and Mrs Adam Stasxak
A L Stromberg Co
Smeltzer Tree Servlce, Nursery 86 Gflrden Shop
6431 Baltimore National Plke
Taubmans Office Staff
201 Kresson Street
Uplands Apartments, Inc
4625 Edmondson Avenue
Vogel Rltt of Baltxmore, Inc
Pest Control Operators
Chrls von Saltva Fan Club
3306 Washington Boulevard
Wexmer Body 86 Fender
3330 Washmgton Boulevard
Wenck s Servlce Statlon
Washlngton Boulevard and Caton Avenue
Baltimore 30 Maryland
5509 Edmondson Avenue
5312 Edmondson Avenue
Wltzke Funeral Directors
4101 Edmondson Avenue
Baltimore 29, Maryland
Charles S Zeller
BR 6 3588
Mr and Mrs ohn E Zeller
Al s Barber Shop
406 Conklmg Street
Mr and Mrs Harry C Ahtl
Albrecht s Pharmacy
Glen Burme Maryland
Mr Leo Am ster
Annex Laundry Inc
3233 E Fayette Street
Baltimore 24 Maryland
Mr and Mrs Joseph J AhZlllIS
Arbutus Excavatmg Company
1538 Sulphur Sprmg Road
Arts Craft Inc
5308 York Road
Ascension C Y O
Mr and Mrs Albert M Atkinson
Mr and Mrs Albert B1rtolomeo
The Belle Tones
All Girl Orchestra
Mr and Mrs Peter Be 7
and Mrs Peter D Bender S
and Mrs William F Bender
Stuart G Beppert
and Mrs Olaf Bernd!
Half Mile Track
4101 Frederick Avenue
Waterfront Improved and
Ummproved Sunset Beach
Pumphrey Bros Realtors
6 W Fayette St 5th Fl MU 5 631
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Shirley O Bodnford
The Boemmel Famlly
Mr and Mrs H Bongaru
Robert H Bouse
Mr and Mrs Thomas Boyle
E L Brady Insurance Company
Agent B Dembeck
700 S Lakewood Avenue
Mr and Mrs Glen D Broadwater
Mr and Mrs Howard Brosenne
Mr and Mrs ames J Bruggy
Sons Furniture Dealers
'Vl Budacz 86
Mr and Mrs Hobart Buppert
Mr and Mrs Walter Burnotes
L Burton SL Son
Vincent C Busceml
Mr and Mrs Harry Cage
Camp St Joseph
Day Camp for Boys
Mr and Mrs Vernon C Chaney
Mr and Mrs Vincent J Chesno, r
Chester Esso Servlce Center
Chesterheld Food Market
2649 Chesterfield Avenue
Food Beer, Cocktanls
Mrs E Colburn
A D Anderson Co
Community Self Service Food Market
1 Nunnery Lane
Conkllng Pleasure Club Inc
5600 Dillon Strezt
Mr and Mrs john H Conley
Mr and Mrs Herman F Cook
Mr and Mrs Eugene L Corbett
Cox Kltchens Inc
5011 York Road
Baltimore 12 Maryland
Crane Bt Crane Realtors
1800 N Charles Street
Baltimore 1 Maryland
Complnments of Friends
Mr Charles Crew
Bernard F Crxst
Mr and Mrs Paul Cromwell
Mr and Mrs Clinton H Chase
Mr and Mrs Walter M Colbert
Mrs Amella Dabrowka
Bernard Dabrowskl Funeral Home
2818 E Baltimore Street
Mrs Rozalla A Dam1t7 and Famnly
Davndov s Pharmacy
5300 Edmondson Avenue
RI 7 5360
Mr and Mrs ames 1 DeBoy
john F Denny Inc
Melchtor Armstrong Dessalle
Gordon Dlckerson and Chester Stupl
The Dorblt Furniture 86 Applnnce
15 Center Place
Dundalk 22 Maryland
Mr and Mrs Charles H Dorn
Mr and Mrs T M Donovan
Mr and Mrs G Robert Donovan
Drouses Tavern 86 Restaurant
3122 E Lombard Street
Dundalk Arr Conditioning Service
Dundalk Frult 86 Produce Market
106 Dundalk Avenue
Mrs D L Dyer
Mr and Mrs Henry F Ebtlke
William R Eberlmg
Robert S Eby
james A Edelem
Edmondson Vtllage Shopplng Center
Elchelman Bros Inc
3406 3498 Washxngton Boulevard
Mr and Mrs G A Erchorn
Mr and Mrs ohn A Engers
The Enchanted Forest
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2008 W Pratt Street
Mrs Marte S Everxng
The George Falter Co
942 N Gllmor Street
Baltimore 17, Maryland
ames J Farrell
118 Forest Drive RI 7 1127
Insurance Lnblllty Auto Fire
Fleld s Toy 86 Hobby Shop
714 Frederick Avenue
Mr and Mrs Henry Fxocl
Fleet Wallpaper 86 Paint Co
Baltimore 24 Maryland
Fleming 81 Sheeley Inc
Margaret 86 Maryland Avenues
Dr Joseph B Foster
Hxghland Dog BL Cat Hospital
4025 Eastern Avenue
Mr and Mrs joseph Fotla
Franklm Amoco Station
2417 W Franklin Street
Mr John P Fra7ler Sr
Samuel N Frledel
1-rxel Lumber Co
Helen M Frleger
Complnnents of a Friend
Frlto 9iMOFflS Rosofsky Dxstrlbutor
Potato Chips SL Pretvels
Shella M Fuxger
Mr and Mrs Frank Gannon
1413 Sterling Place
Brooklyn New York
Mr and Mrs Theodore Gawel
Mr and Mrs Carl Gull
6200 Walther Avenue
Glttmgs Auto Parts
3428 Washington Boulevard
447 E Glttmgs Street
Baltimore 30 Maryland
Mr R Gladmond
LO 6 6513
Mr and Mrs james R Grahamm Sr
126 E Ostend Street
Baltimore 30, Maryland
Gravely Tractor Agency
E ane Green
Mr 'md Mrs Otto J Greul
Greenway Bowl Inc
Bowl the Clean Way at Greenway
Mr and Mrs Ellison Groh
2041 Fernhxll Road
Guttenberger Motor Co
402 406 Eastern Avenue
7155 Holabird Avenue
Dundalk 22 Maryland
639 S Patterson Park Avenue
Mr and Mrs R Hall
1237 Oakland Terrace
Melvin A Hammelman
Mr and Mrs ohn C Hammond
2016 Grlnnalds Avenue
Doctor Samuel J Hankm
3479 Liberty Parkway
Harry s Bar
641 S Montford Avenue
Mr ohn Herrmann
515 Chapel Gate Drive
Mr and Mrs Edward A Hlgdon
5404 Grmdon Avenue
Mr and Mrs Andrew Hmkle
1246 Battery Avenue
Hochschlld Kohn 86 Co
Mr George Hofferbert
Mrs Bernadette M Hogarth
5205 Hampnett Avenue
Honey Bee Gift Shop
5505 Oregon Avenue
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405 Second Avenue W
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Hopkins Sons Interiors
1719 Edmondson Avenue
RI 4 4757
Essex Stag Bar
Hut7ler Brothers Co
Mrs R H Hyneckeal
730 Martin Drive
lllonas Macon Street
426 S Macon Street
lrvmgton Pharmacy 1nc
4123 Fredrick Avenue
LO 6 3770
acobsvllle Rd Market lees Tavern
Mountain Road SL Rock Creek Road
anes Food Market Inc
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902 Olmstead Road
Mr and Mrs Frank Keavney
Rea Keech Buxcks
3333 Fredrick Road
Mrs Helen Kempel and Family
Mr and Mrs Herman H Klm
Wllllanl A Kung
Mr and Mrs ames Klnnear
Kxrmo-Laundry Cleaning Stomge
270105 Frederick Avenue
Klausmeyer Tnre Co
4 N Conkllng Street
Mr and Mrs oseph Klosek
1438 Andre Street
and Mrs osepl F hhlglil Sr
and Mrs Michael Knight Bt Son
7641 Hudson Street
Mr and Mrs
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Mr and Mrs
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Joseph W Latchford
J Carroll Iauer
August L lease
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Mrs Lydna M Lease
Mr and Mrs Robert E lee
Mr and Mrs Walter Lee
Leedwell Realty Inc
616 Maryland Avenue
Baltimore 18 Maryland
Lefty Walter B111 Melvin and
Mr and Mrs W 1en7yskl
Mr and Mrs A C esortk
John s Barber Shop
Mr and Mrs Robert Johnston
Mr and Mrs Cecil Jones
The Kahl Famxly
Mr and Mrs Wllllan
130 E Clement Street
1 C' Kalusky
Mrs Cecilia Kasper
2518 Ashton Street
Frank Kasper and Family
Mr and Mrs oseph M Kasper Sr
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Mr and Mrs FrankJ Koech
4114 Hlllcrest Avenue
Mr and Mrs Douglas Kottralaa
724 E Street
The Kovens Furniture Co
633 35 37 39 W Baltimore Street
Mr and Mrs John Krouse
Dr and Mrs Edward L J Kraeg
Dr and Mrs Krusnlewskl
2908 Saerer Avenue
Mr and Mrs John Kuslk
2001 Gough Street
1 ong s Tailor
Mr and Mrs
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J Lowell Lmgg
Harry P Itplnskl
Stanley F Llpp
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Mr and Mrs Adello Maccentelh
Mr C Orman Manahan Sr
The M1nd1to F1m1ly
Mr and 'Vlrs Albert Mank 86 Famnly
Mr 1ndMrs Andrew S M1nnlng
Mr and Mrs Bernard R Mannmg
Anne M Marcmno
Nnholas T Masutrx
Wholesale Fruit 84, Produce
Mr John Mattuct
The Maverick Brothers
77 Sunset Strip
McCahan Body Co Inc
1305 Excelsior Road
Baltimore 27 Maryland
Mr and Mrs L P McCann
The McClesry Famlly
The McCullough Construction Co
Elsie I McGurn
Mr and Mrs Joseph P McHugh
2033 Eastern Avenue
Mrs Robert McNamara
Mr and Mrs Thomas F McNulty
Mr and Mrs Wlllxanl A Metzger
Mr and Mrs Frank Michal
Dr B Mtksxnskt
Mrs Bertha Mtller
George W Mitchell
Dr Mxtchell Veterlnarlan
Jennings H Mltahell and Son Inc
Modrak Transportanon Co Inc
2235 Essex Street
Donald I Mohler
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Mr and Mrs
Frank Larsh Mohler
Francls X Moritz
The Misses Sara 1nd Helen Moyer
Mr and Mrs J Mulcare
Mr Ed Murphy
Georgia Pacific Plywood Co
301 S Kresson Street
Thomas J Murphy
Peter J Myskowskx
Grocery BL Meat Market
1705 Fleet Street
Mount St Josephs Bowling League
Mr and Mrs ames Nadrowskl
Nattonal Honor Society
Mrs M N1rutow1c7
Mr and Mrs Charles Nemecek
New Brooklyn Blllxards
433 Patapsco Avenue
New Howard Hotel
8 N Howard Street
Baltimore 1 Maryland
Dr and Mrs Eugene F Nevy
Norwood s Garage
Mr and Mrs Jack E OConnell
Major and Mrs Charles A OConnor
ODonnell Ponttac Inc
Mr and Mrs Gerald A Ollonnell
Mr and Mrs C'lSIl11lf R Oles
One Hour Cleaners
of Baltlmore Cnty Inc
215 E Balnmore Street
Baltimore 2 Maryland
lawrence J O Neill
ohn and Carolyn Ostrowskl
Mr and Mrs V J Ostrowskl
Mr and Mrs Clifford Otter
Otterbem s Bakery
600 E Fort Avenue
Frank J Otterbem
Norman T Owens
Plumbmg 86 Heating
5405 Old Frederick Road
Compliments of Better than Ever
Mr and Mrs Theodore Paylk
Pat s Package Store
5911 Belair Road
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Perry Salvage Co
6516 Holabird Avenue
Plumbing 86 Heating Fxxtures
Mrs Allan D Pessagno
Mr and Mrs A PIIl'll779ll2l
Mr and Mrs Vernon Porter
Mr and Mrs john Potter
Mrs Stella Prlce
Prices Texaco Servlce
Carey Sales BL Service
Mr and Mrs Earl Purcell
Charles P Pyle
ohn G Quark
Renee s Lounge
3911 Hollins Ferry Road
Mr and Mrs Ch1rles Reullng
Mr Paul E Rice
Rldmgs Bar 86 Grill
Ellicott Cxty Nlaryland
Mr and Mrs Carl F Rxehl
417 E Fayette Street
Mr and Mrs oseph Rl770 anl Son
5212 Relsterstown Road
ohn J and F Roland
McG1nty s Pharmacy
Eastern and Ellwood Avenues
Dorothy K Rosendale
The Rostlcowslu F1mlly
Rowley Appliance Service
Leonard J Ruck lnt
Charles A Russell
Hunter 6 1199
Mr and Mrs R W Russell
Angelo Ruta Construction C0
3507 Sequoia Avenue
The Rylcen Club
Mr Carlo Sabatmo
Sacred Heart of jesus C Y O
Saxnt Casnmxr C Y O
Salnt Rose of Ilma C YO
Sam s Barber Shop
4005 W Belvedere Avenue
The Sanctlfied Four Clas
S SL G Motors
1604 S Caton Avenue
Sanner Sport Shop Inc
710 Frederick Avenue
Catonsville 28 Maryland
Santa Marne Sports Chairman
Mr and Mrs Michael Savlno
Mr and Mrs John Schab
Mr and Mrs Howardl Schlag
E S Scholtcs
Mr and Mrs B B Schoultv
Smallwood BL Ramsay Streets
David M Schroeder
Mr A T Schultz
The Schwarlmann Family
Mrs Alda Schyan
Bay Island Seafood
1905 W Pratt Street
Section 4D Catholic Hugh School
FranclsE Sha llxl 1
Mrs lorrzune Shlpporcz
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Mr and Mrs Walter Smtlcowskx
Mr and Mrs Wllll1l1l Slcjack
Mr and Mrs ohn Slewierslu
Mr and Mrs Alphonse Sxlanslcas
james -I Silk
Mctnber Hollse of Iltltgnts
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Mr and Mrs John P Smith
Mr and Mrs Harold E Smith
Solley s Food Market
402 Patapsco Avenue
Mrs Helen Sparsak
Splttels Mcdxcal Pharmacy
The Squnrrel Club
Mr Sr Joseph Stamp Club
Mr and Mrs W Stabnslawskl
Steven s Smclanr Scrvnee Station
lzllncott Cnty, Maryland
F Murrell Stevensor
Steve s Clothes
2207 Eastern Avenue
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Stewart Infra Red Comm
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360 S Dukeland Street
Baltimore 23, Maryland
Mr and Mrs George J Stock
The Strasdauskas Famnly
Schaefer and Strommger
Fleet and Eaton Streets
Stulman s Apparel Shop
Mrs M Sulhvan
Super Cut Rate Liquors Inc
5605 Baltimore National Pnke
Mr and Mrs Thomas Sut
2623 Washington Boulevard
Mrs Catherine M Tarsxa
Ted s Meat Market
201 S Chester Street
Mr and Mrs Gordon Teuner
Mr and Mrs Martm P Tull
Tmys Food Market
2001 E Lombard Street
M and Mrs Vmvent Tolson
Mrs Jean Turkos
Mr and Mrs Wllllam Iurner
Mr and Mrs Paul Twamley
Mr and Mrs Peter Urbanskl and Son
The Uzarowskl Famlly
Varltone Music for all Occsaslons
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Mr and Mrs P Vasllakos
Dr and Mrs Joseph J Velky
Vmce and Sallie
Mr and Mrs Wlllxam Vlrglllo
Mr and Mrs Vofik
Mr and Mrs George Vontran
Mr and Mrs Charles Wachsmuth
Walbrook Mnll and Lumber Co
2636 W North Avenue
Mr and Mrs John Wallace
3222 Foster Avenue
Mr Alfred Wallner
Mr and Mrs Francis J Walsh
Walter s Cleaners
29 N Highland Avenue
Dr J V Waytotlrtz
Mr and Mrs Jos H Welngam
Westvxew Shopping Center
100 N Eutaw Street
Bob Whays Garage
100 P tasco Avenue
W W Whxte
White Rlce nn
Mr and Mrs L M W1ll131l1S
Mr and Mrs Vlctor W1lll31llS
Mr and Mrs Robert F Wolf
6634 Belair Road
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Mr and Mrs Charles S Leller
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GRAD A'l'l0 AWARDS - 1959
The John S Connor Award Award for General Excellence WILLIAM THOMAS DEFINE
The Dr William L Knell Award Excellence ln Scxence
STANISLAUS FREDERICK MUEHLBERGER
The Bausch and Lomb Award Excellence nn Scnence WILLIAM DONALD JENKINS JR
The Notre Dame Club of Baltimore Excellence ln the Classical Studies
WILLIAM THOMAS DEFINE
McCormick Post No 188 American Legion Award Award for excellence ln Social Studies
WILLIAM THOMAS DEFINE
The Brother Istdore Award Excellence ln Religion WILLIAM THOMAS DEFINE
The Brother Edmund Award Excellence ln English PHILIP EDWARD MIDDLETON
The Julius Hofman Award Excellence xn German MARTIN DAVID SNYDER
T e Brother .lames Award Excellence nn Commercial Subjects
ROBERT PETER ROSTKOWSKI
T e Brother Alwn Award Excellence nn the Industrial Arts DAVID JOSEPH CHIVERAL
T e Thomas Lardner lllemorxal Award For service to the Qmll
JOHN BROPHY ODONNELL JR
The Paul DeKowzan Memorial Award Excellence ln Journalism
ROBERT EDWARD CORRIGAN JR
T e Brother Eugene Award The Outstanding Gentleman Scholar and Athlete
EUGENE LOUIS CORBETT JR
The Brother Kenneth Award For servxce to the Mount Tower
THOMAS FREDRICK STEIGELMAN
T nc Alumm Seal Award Award for scholastic prowess extra curricular achtevement and
exceptnonal school spmt over a perxod of four years RONALD WILLIAM YAKAITIS
The Fathers Club Award Award for exceptional school splrlt over a period of four years
JOHN C GARTLAND
T e Attendance Award Award for students who have not been tardy or absent for four years
WILLIAM THOMAS DEFINE
DENNIS E GUIDICE
CHRISTOPHER ANTHONY RUSSO
The Alhambra Award Award for outstandxng work ln the field of Catholic Action
JOHN C GARTLAND
The Mathematncal Assocxatxon of Amenca Award Award for highest mark ln competntnve
exammatlon CHARLES JOSEPH JEDNORSKI
Headmaster s Award A Full Scholarship to Loyola College donated by the President of
Loyola College, 15 awarded to WILLIAM DONALD JENKINS JR
CIIULAH HIP AWARD - 1959
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SCHOLARSHIPS HONORS AND AWARDS HAVE BEEN
WON BY THE CLASS OF 1959 AS FOLLOWS
WILLIAM HARRY BLOOM
Partzal scholarshfp to the Unwcrszty of North Carolxna
JAMES PATTERSON BURNS
Partral scholarship to Loyola College
Full scholarship to Loyola College awarded by The Ancient
Order of Hxbernxans
EUGENE LOUIS CORBETT
Full scholarship to Holy Cross College
Chosen Catholzc Athlete of the Year as outstandxng athlete
scholar an the Catholxc Schools of the Dzocese Award made by
the Catholtc War Vets and sports edxtor of Catholxc Review
LAWRENCE JOSEPH CRONE JR
Full scholarshrp to The Catholxc Umversxty o Amerzca
Certificate o ment rn the General Motors National Scholarshxp
Certxficate o ment zn the Natronal Honor Soc1ety Scholarshxp
Cert ficate of mcrrt an the Armco Community Scholarship Pro
Certxficate of merit fn the American Assocxatxon of Physics
Certxficate o ment as nalxst xn the Natxonal Merit Scholarship
WILLIAM THOMAS DEFINE
Partxal scholarshxp to Loyola College
Partial scholarship to Johns Hoplexns Unwersxty
Partral scholarship to college o choice rn the Elks Scholarship
Certxficate o ment rn tl1e National Honor Socxety Scholarshxp
Letter of commendatxon rn the Natxonal Merxt Scholarshxp
GEORGE ALBERT EICHHORN JR
Full scholarship to Mount St Mary s College
MARIO ADRIENZA EUGUI
Company Caracas Venezuela
KENNETH CHARLES FREIMUTH
Full scholarship to Loyola College
Partial scholarship to the Unwersxty o Maryland
PAUL C HAIGLEY JR
For outstanding work xn the Catholzc Student Mxssxon Crusade
Gwen by The St Agnes Councxl of the Kmghts of Columbus
WILLIAM DONALD JENKINS
Full scholarslup to Loyola College
Certzficate of merxt an the Amerxcan Assocxatxon of Physics
Letter o commendatxon nn the National Merxt Scholarship
JOHN JOSEPH KILLEN
Partral scholarshxp to Loyola College
Letter o commendatxon nn the Natxonal Merit Scholarshxp
MILTON DANIEL KOWALEWSKI
Partial scholarshxp to Loyola College
Partzal scholarshxp to college o chozce won tn the Maryland
Teachers Educatzon Scholarshrp Exammatxon
JOHN CARROLL LAUER
Partxal scholarshxp to Mount St Mary s College
WILLIAM BARTHOLOMEW LOMBARDI
Partial scholarshxp to Loyola College
Partxal scholarship to the Unwerszty of Maryland
ADELIO FRANKLIN MACCENTELLI
Partial scholarship to college choice rn the Maryland
Teachers Educatxon Scholarshzp Examination
WILLIAM BRICE McGEEHAN
Partxal scholarshrp to Loyola College
JAMES CECIL MCGUIRE
Partxal scholarslup to Loyola College
PHILLIP EDWARD MIDDLETON
Partral scholarshxp to Loyola College
Letter of commendalxon m the Natxonal Merxt Scholarshrp
GERARD ADAIR MILLER
Partial scholarshzp to Loyola College
Partxal scholarship to the Unwerszty of Maryland
STANISLAUS FREDERICK MUEHLBERGER
Partial scholarshap to Loyola College
Partzal scholarshxp to college of choxce m the Maryland
Teachers Education Scholarship Examznatxon
JOHN BROPHY ODONNELL
Partial scholarship to Johns Hopkzns Unwersxty
DENNIS EDWARD RAY
Full scholarship to Loyola College
CHARLES ALFRED ROSWELL
Scholarshxp to college of choice won rn National Merrt Schol
arshzp Program Anard designates winner as one of the top
fght hundred students of the 478 000 who took the test
Certfficale o merit zn General Motors National Scholarship
Certificate o ment xn the Natxonal Honor Society Scholarshxp
CHRISTOPHER ANTHONY RUSSO
Parttal scholarship to college o choice won sn the Maryland
Teachers Educatxon Scholarship Examination
JOSEPH WAYNE STENGFL
Partial scholarship to the Umversxty of Vxrgxma
Partial scholarshxp to college o choxce won In t e Maryland
Teachers Educatxon Scholarslup Examxnataon
GEORGE RONALD SUNDERLAND
Partzal scholarship to Loyola College
NROTC scholarship at Villanova Unwersrty
Appozntment to the United States Coast Guard Academy
Certxficate o ment as finalnst xn the Natuonal Merxt Scholarshxp
ROBERT CHRISTOPHER TURKOS
Partial scholarshxp to Loyola College
JOSEPH HENRY VACH
Partxal scholarship to Loyola College
REGINALD GEORGE WISE
Partnal scholarshrp to college o choice granted by Catholxc
Scholarships or Negroes Incorporated
DONALD BERNARD WALLENHORST
Full scholarslup to Loyola College
LAWRENCE ANTHONY WIST
Partxal scholarship to college of choxce won m the Maryland
Teachers Educatxonal Scholarshrp Examination
RONALD WILLIAM YAKAITIS
Three partzal scholarshxps to colleges of choice won xn the
Amertcan Legxon and other oratorxcal contests
Full scholarship to the Unwersxty 'of New Mexxco
GERARD ANDREW ZELLER
Partxal scholarship to college o chance won an the Maryland
Teachers Educatxon Scholarship Exammatxon
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