Mount St Joseph High School - Mount Tower Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)
- Class of 1960
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CHARLES B BROOKES
THOMAS R LLVICKAS
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To serve others in a foreign land, to give unselfishlv more
than is asked, and to seek no honor or recognition is an ideal
that invokes our admiration. But day after day, Over a period of
twenty-five years. to spend oneself in such service to youth, who
in their eagerness and inexperience are sometimes thoughtless
and uninindful, is an act that stirs our sense of the sublime. The
Superior of the Sisters here at the Mount is today a living
exeinplar of such service.
Coming here a generation ago. Nlother Facundina has un-
stintinglv given twenty-five years of generous, kind, and loving
care to the Mount and Mountmen. lt is in deep and humble
gratitude, and with pride in her achievement, that we dedicate
to her the Blount Tower of 1960.
AD MULTOS ANNOS-Rev. Mother Facundina receives her jubilee gift
from the Mothers Club, presented by Mrs. Williani Metzger, Vice-
President. familiarlv known as "Mrs, Bingo," as Brother Pastor happily
approves. The Mothers' Club gave a little party for Mother and the Sisters
lf? Lilllllfllefnflfille the Uccaslon.
It is the Headmastefs task to formulate the
school's policies and to direct their execution.
He must make those large decisions which es-
tablish the pattern by which the faculty shall
fashion us in the mold of Christ, His must be a
vision that is broad, far reaching, and minutely
observantg a judgment that is clear and bal-
anced, weighing the immediate and ultimate
consequencesg and a will that is firm and just.
resting in the wisdom grown of humility. 'YVe
are both proud and grateful that for the past
four years we have been under the watchful care
of such a headmaster. Primarily concerned with
our religious growth, Brother Pastor has not
neglected our physical, intellectual, or social
training. Rather, with the wisdom of St. Paul, he
has striven to perfect and sublimate our natural
development with religious purpose-that in
all things we might glorify Cod.
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BROTHER CONRAD, C.E,X.
In his capacity as Director of Studies, Brother
Conrad has efficiently, justly, and firmly guided
us for the past three years. His love of order
and work, his manly kindness, and his constant
holding to the discipline so necessary for the
fostering of virtue and learning have evoked
both our admiration and our gratitude.
BROTHER CASIMIR, C.F.X.
Arriving in january, Brother Casimir
assumed the duties of treasurer, a
position which he had competently ful-
filled in a previous sojourn at the
Mount. Serene and imperturbable,
Brother carries out his many duties
with an infectious joyous spirit that
permeates all who approach him.
BROTHER JOHN CHRYSOSTOM
Always affahle and willing to assist,
Brother john continues to direct the
maintenance of the property, super-
vising the work of a large staff and
yet ever able to smooth the way, to
make a suggestion, or to find an an-
swer to the many problems that sud-
denly arise in our many Mount
BROTHER MYRON, C.F.X.
Careful, punctual, and most eHicient, Brother
Myron handled the duties of his office as
treasurer in a perfect manner. Upon the com'
pletion of the first semester, Brother went to
Xaverian High School, Brooklyn. New York,
where he manifests the same high qualities that
have been models for us.
BROTHER DAMlAN, C.F.X.
ln addition to his regular duties in teaching
religion and English, Brother Damian has un-
dertaken the responsible position of Resident
Director. Firm but just, an examplar of sel-
control, he has gently but forcefully guided our
resident Mountmen through the formative
aches and pains, as well as the joys, of resident
BROTIIFR CfOl.llNlBAN, ff.l7.X.
Besides teatthing ninth and physics. and pur-
suing reseztrth, Brother Columban carries ULII
the duties of Procurator. liver genial .ind
grafious, he calmly :md elllrit-ntly supervises
the provisioning for the needs of our resident
Mountmen. His capable and etlicient assistante
has likewise enabled our Clubs and Assotiations
to conduct their numerous social affairs with
ASTOR and BROTHER CONRAD-confer on a Mount coming exent in the
school calendar, Through Brother Conrad's capable direction, the school polieies formulated
and administered by Brother Pastor are earried out.
Brother And re, C.F.X,
Religion IH, Algebra, En-
gineering Drawing, Mechan-
ical Drawing, Stamp Club,
Varsity and junior Varsity
Cross Country, junior Var-
Brother Benedict, C.F.X.
Religion 3A, English, Gen-
eral Science, Mount Tower,
Great Books Program, Resi-
dent Study Hall.
Brother Arthur, C.F.X.
Brother Brendan, C.F.X.
Religion 2G, French, Latin,
C.S.M.C., Sodality, Junior
Classical League, Resident
Floor Prefect, American As-
sociation of Teachers of
French, American Classical
League, Maryland Junior
Brother Aubrey, C.F.X.
Religion 5B, Bookkeeping,
Economics, Typing, Head of
the Business Department,
Golf, United Business Edu-
Brother Carey, C.F.X.
Religion 2C, Algebra, Fusion
Math, Geometry, Little
Gaels, JV Baseball.
Brother Bartel, C.F.X.
Religion 4A, English, Senior
Guidance Counselor, Great
Books Program, Resident
Study Hall, Catholic Guid-
Brother Clarence, C.F.X.
Algebra, English, American
American Catholic Psycho-
Brother Cletus, C.F.X.
Brother Cuthbert, C.F.X.
Religion ZB, French, Music,
Librarian, Glee Club, Catho-
lic Library Association,
Maryland Library Associa-
tion, National Association of
Teachers of French.
Brother de Porres, C.F.X.
Religion 4D, English, Direc-
tor of Athletics, National
Association of E n g l i s h
TISNSF AND ANXIOUS-in hope
Cor is it fear?j, the Brothers ex-
citedly await the outcome of a play
in the haskethall intramurals. Recrea-
tion is meant to relax us, Brothers!
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Brother Dominic. C.F.X.
Religion lj, Engineering
Drawing, Sheet Metal Draw-
ing, Shop Math, Sheet Metal
Shop, Alumni, Rifie Team,
Resident Study Hall, Athle-
tic Business Manager.
Brother Fustasius, C,F.X.
Director of Cafeteria, ln.
firmarian, Rosary Makers
Brother Gerald, C.F.X.
Algehra, Fusion Math, Math
Analysis, Physics, Prohahil-
Brother Ferrer. C.F.X.
Religion AC, linglish, Speech,
Supervised Reading, Xaver-
ian Guild, Resident Study
Brother Francisco, C.F.X.
Biology, Chess Cluls, Resi-
dent Study Hall, Campus
ity and Statistical Inference, V.,
'I Radio, Trigonometry. Science H
Q it Cluh, Ryken Cluh, Resident fv- l 0 .W : . A.-
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of Mathematics. X ,Y N'
Brother joachim, C.l7.X.
Religion IC, English, Ger-
Brother xlulius, C,F.X.
Religion RD, Geometry, Phy-
' 2' sics, Resident Floor Prefect,
X Kappa Chi, American Asso-
ciation of physics TL'Licl1cr's,
f American fihemicztl Sotietx.
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G . y ' ' Science.
S' Brother Kent. CIZX. X 1,
'T' V Religion ID, Cieneral Sci- -
Brother Kostkti, CIQX,
Brother Kurt, C.F.X.
Religion IA, English, Span-
ish, Sacristan, St. Thomas
More Debating Society, Resi-
dent Study Hall, American
Association of Teachers of
Spanish and Portuguese, Na-
tional Council of Teachers
Brother Nicodemus, C.F.X.
Religion 2F, English, French,
Reading Program Director,
The Quill, Ryken Club, Res-
ident Study Hall.
Brother Marcus, C.F.X.
Brother Mitchell, C.F.X.
Brother More, C.F.X.
Religion ZA, Spanish, Voca- Religion IE, American His- Religion 3E, Chemistry, Res-
tion Director, junior Guid- tory, Wcxrld History. ident Floor Prefect, Kappa
ance Counselor, Resident Chi, Regident Football,
Study Hall, American Asso- Bowling,
ciation of Teachers of Span-
ish and Portuguese.
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Brother Peter, C.F.X.
Brother Regis, C.F.X.
Religion IG, Music Appre- Religion IB, Latin, Resident
ciation, Band. Study Hall, Resident Basket-
OVFRSEERS-Brother Wallter, the oldest living Xaverian in
the American Province, and Brother Thomas Aquinas, Provincial
Secretary, take in a track meet on Gibbons Field.
ball, Resident Leagues.
Brother Sylvan, C.F.X.
Religion ZE, English, World
History, Resident Floor Pre-
fect, Ryken Club, Little
Brother Talbot, C.F.X.
Religion SF, U. S, History,
World History, Speech, Cam-
era Club, Drama Club, Tal-
ent Club, Resident Leagues,
Resident Study Hall, JV Soc-
cer, Cheerleaders, Faculty
Adviser Baltimore Traffic
Brother Sebastian, C.F.X.
Religion 4F, Supervised
Reading, U. S, History,
Freshman and Sophomore
Guidance Counselor, Fathers'
Club, Mothers' Club, Na-
tional Honor Society, Trea-
surer of Catholic Guidance
Council of the Archdiocese
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Brother Theophane, C.F.X.
Religion 4B, French, Latin,
American Classical Associa-
tion, American Association
of Teachers of French.
Brother Thomas, C.F.X.
Brother Victorian, C.F.X.
Religion 4C, Algebra, -IV
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Brother Walter, C.F.X.
Brothers' Librarian, Lunch
Sister M. Dietgera
In the quiet calm hrcd of
inner self-discipline, Sister
Dietgera serenely and match-
lessly performs her duties in
the kitchen for our benefit
Sister M. Flwara
With motherly care and
kindness, Sister Flwara looks
after the boys in the dining
room, spreading her beaming
NOT ME Y-Brother Casimir says
in surprise, as Brother de Porres
looks on in glee. ls Brother
Casimir holding a jug ticket?
Brother Vernon, C.F.X.
Religion IF, Algebra, Chem-
istry, Resident L e a g u e s ,
Swimming Pool, American
Sister M. Austregildis
New to the Mount this year,
but well-known to the
Brothers for her work in
New England, Sister Aus-
tregildis gives us her de-
voted, smiling efficiency.
Brother Vianney, C.F.X.
Religion ZD, English, St.
Thomas More Speech Club,
National Catholic Forensic
Sister M. Baltrama
Gracious and kind, Sister
Baltrama energetically serves
the Mount with a Christlike
enthusiasm. We are grateful
for her willing care and in-
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We Mourn The Loss of Brother Simon
Mr Wtlllam j Keary
Algebra POD World H1s
tory Freshman Basketball
Physlcal Education Varsity
Mrs Lavmla Blssell
Mr Eugene C Nneberlem
PO D World History Var
slty Football Varsity Basket
Mr Stan Zaleskn
Engltsh POD Resident
Floor Prefect Asslstant
Athlettc D1rector JV Foot
ball Varsxty Track Asslstant
Dnrector Camp St joseph
Mrs Ruth Hofmelster
Mr Benjamm Petrxllx
General Scxence Senior Sct
ence Varsxty Football
Mrs Mathnlda Anton
Auxxhary to the Slsters
Mrs Flsxe Kernan
Resldents Dmlng Room
Mr John M Plevyak
Bookkeeping Typmg World
Hnstory Varslty Baseball
JV Basketball Varslty Soc
cer Dxrector Camp St j
Mrs Mary Bezold
Secretary to the Headmaster
and Assxstant to the Trea
Mrs Anne M Marcnano
Assistant to the Dxrector of
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On March 8 of this year Brother Simon dled at St Agnes Hospltal Brother
Slmon was born in Big Cllfty Kentucky November 2 1884 He celebrated his
Colden Anniversary as a Xaverlan Brother IH 1954 here at Mount St Joseph
Gifted with a rare and fine talent Brother Simon spent his entire rellglous career
as a teacher of music He taught in Deep River Conn Danvers Mass and
at St Mary s Industrial School where he and h1s band became nationally famous
After St Marys closed her doors 1n 1950 Brother Srmon became the band
director here at the Mount
The perfection he strove for 1n h1s own I'C11gl0llS life mspxred the perfection
he demanded IH h1s teaching for music was more than an art to Brother Slmon
It was a way of life a means of glorrfying God in a most especlal manner
And It IS thrs unfailmg religious devotlon that he leaves as h1s most important
legacy to us
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Senior Class Officers
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Q JAMES ROBERT CREAMER
1960 Class President
Liked by all, jim certainly deserves
the title of "Gentleman, Athlete, and
4B: Saint Bernard . . . Varsity Foot-
ball 2-3-4 . . . JV Football 1 . . .
Pep Rally Committee 4, Chairman 4
. . . Intramural Bowling 3-4 . . .
Varsity VVrestling 2 . . . JV XVrestling
1 . . . Varsity Track 2-3-4 . . . IV
Track 1 . . . C.S.M.C. 2-3-4, Secre-
tary 4 . . . Quill 8 . . . Talent Club
3-4, Secretary 4 . . . Camera Club 2
. . . junior Committee, Chairman . . .
Senior Connnittce, Chairman . . .
Archbishop Curley Medal 2-4 . . . 616
East 29th Street, 18.
RONALD JOSEPH DECARLO
1960 Class Vice-President
An All-Catholic football player and
winner of the Alhambra Award for
outstanding work in the field of
Catholic action, Ron combines phy-
sical prowess with spiritual devotion.
4B: Saint Casimir . . . Varsity Foot-
ball 2-3-4 . . . Gael Football 1 . . .
Intramural Bowling 4 . . . Varsity
Track 3 . . . IV Track I . . . JV
Baseball 1 . . . C.S,NI.C. 3-4 . . .
Talent Club 2-3-4 . . . junior Coin-
mittee . . , Senior Committee , . .
Intramural Basketball 4 . . . Arch-
, bishop Curley Nledal 2-4 . . . 713
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A I Q JAMES ALLEN RING
-t.., 1960 Class Secretary
H Whether on the athletic field or in
it A 3 " ' , the classroom, Jim works with a
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success, Quite naturally he succeeds
.Wag 2 in both, maintaining a fine academic
' ' record and receiving numerous ath-
, letic awards.
4B: Saint Paul . . . Varsity Football
1-2-3-4, Co-captain 4 . . . Varsity
Baseball 2 . . . Tower Representative
1-2-3-4 . . . junior Committee . . .
Senior Committee . . . Intramural Bas-
ketball 4 . . . NIacAlpine Road, Elli-
TIMOTHY JOSEPH O'DONNELL
1960 Class Treasurer
Pleasant, cheerful, and affable to all,
Tim's nomination to class treasurer at-
tests to his popularity among his
fellow classmates. Quiet and unas-
suming in his mannerisms, Tim always
got the job done in school and on
4E: Saint Paul . . . Golf 1-2-3-4 . . .
Band 1-2-3-4 . . . 351 Columbia Road,
RICHARD JAMES CUDNIK
Whether on the football field, spurring his teammates on to victory by his
tiery spirit, or in the courtyard, stirring up enthusiasm, Rich is always a leading
voice in support of the Mount. Popular, devoted, and faithful, he's a loyal son
of Mount Saint Joseph.
4F: Saint Patrick . . . Varsity Football 2-3-4 . . . Gael Football 1.. . .
Intramural Bowling 4 . . . Junior Committee . . . Senior Committee . . . 229
South Robinson Street, 24.
JAMES JOSEPH DEBOY, JR.
Intelligent and scholarly, most loyal and dependable, eager for the glory of the
Mount, ever ready to undertake extra burdens, Jim has stood out as a leading
Mountman through all four years, He well deserves the seven awards he re-
ceived at graduation.
4A: Saint Mark . . . Varsity Football Manager 2-3 . . . Pep Rally Committee
3-4 . . . Varsity Basketball Manager 1-2-3 . . . Varsity Baseball Manager 2-3
. . . JV Baseball Manager 1 . . . Quill 1-2-3-4 . . . Tower 1-2-3-4, Sports Editor
3, Editor-in-Chief 4 . . . Chaplet Makers 1-2 . . . Honor Society 3-4, Vice-
President 4 . . . Junior Committee . . . 123 Fairfield Drive, 28.
ROBERT FRANCIS RILEY
A consistent three sport performer during his four years at the Mount, Bob has
always impressed us with his fair play and zealous competition. Earnest and
sincere, he has always been a popular leader at the Mount,
4C: Our Lady of Victory . . . Varsity Football 3-4 . . . JV Football 2 . . .
Freshman Basketball . . . Varsity Wrestling 2-3-4, Captain 4 . . . Varsity
Baseball 4 . . . JV Baseball 1-2-3 . . . Junior Committee . . . Junior Class
Treasurer . . . Senior Committee . . . Intramural Basketball 4 . . . 4727 Gateway
JOHN JOSEPH SEKORA
The quiet power responsible for the success of many a Mount activity, John has
impressed all by his quiet modesty, diligence, and efficiency. Possessing many
talents, he has generously given them all to the service of the Mount.
4B: Saint Patrick . . . Varsity Football 2-3-4 . . . JV Football 1 . . . Pep Rally
Committee 3-4 . . . JV Wrestling 2 . . . JV Track 2 . . . Quill 4
. . . Tower Representative 2 . . . Talent Club 2-3-4 . . . Junior Committee
. . . Senior Committee . . . Drama Club 4 . . . Poster Club 4
. . Public Speaking 1-2-3-4 . . . 729 South Luzeme Avenue, 24.
G C ABRAMS F J AKONOM J E ALLEN S C AMATO C J ANDERSON
N J ANGELOZZI G J ATKINSON J J AUBURGER L J BACH R J BALDWIN
GARY CHARLES ABRAMS 4A Blessed Sarrament NICHOLAS JOHN ANGELOZZI 4F Our Lady of Lourdes
Cheerleaders 1 Sclence Club 4 Intramural Blsketball Varslty Football 3 4 Cael Football 2 Cub Football 1
1 2 4 4231 Ivanhoe Avenue 12 Intramural Bowlmg 3 Vlrslty Track 3 4 JV Track
3504 Sequoia Avenue 15
FRANK JOSEPH AKONOM 4A Sam! Mary Star of the Sea GEORGE JOSEPH ATKINSON 4E Sami joseph Monastery
Intrunural Bowlmg 3 4 Secretary 4 Clee Club 3 Intramural Bowlmg 3 4 JV Baseball Manager 1 Semor
JOHN EVERING ALLEN 4E Sami Clement JOSEPH JOHN AUBURGER 4D Sam! Benedict
Camera Club 1 2 7000 Golden Rmg Road 21 2509 Dulaney Street 23
SAMUEL CHASE AMATO 4C Sam! Mzldred LAWRENCE JOSEPH BACH 4C Our Lady of Vrrlory
Vrmty Soccer 3 4 Cmptam 4 JV Soccer 9 JV Track 2 Intramural Basketball 4 4409 Wllkens Avenue 29
Varslty Baseball 4 Intrlmurnl Basketball 4 2601
Gray Xl mor Terrace 22
CHARLES JOHN ANDERSON 4F Sami Paul RICHARD JOSEPH BALDWIN 4A Ascensmn
C S NI C 2 3 Jumor Committee Recording Secretary Chaplet Makers 1 Junlor C0lHlI1ltt6e Semor Commlttee
1616 Normal Avenue 13 1203 SPHUOW COUYT 27
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Poster Club 4 . . . 1527 Jackson Street, . I ' . Committee . . . Intramural Basketball 4 . . . 434 Soutlr Augusta
FRANCIS IRWIN BANZ 4A Sami Anibony of Padua
JV Football 3 . . . Intramuril Bowling 4 JX Baseball Xlln
ager 1 . . . Band 1-2-3-4 . . , Cunera Club 2 Ch lplet Nhlters
1 . . . 5307 Nuth Avenue, 6.
RONALD GIOACHINNO BARCO 4D Sam! Rita
JV Football 2 . . . Gael Footbill 1 Captain 1 Pep Rally
Committee 4 . . . Freshman Blsltetbill X lrslty Bisebill 3 4
Co-Captain 4 . . . Junior Committee Senior Committee
. . . U.N. Club Representative 3 XX XX IN Rldl0 Sports Repre
sentative 3-4 . . . 39 Liberty Parkw ly 77
JOSEPH FLORIAN BARRY 4D Sami Arden
Resident Varsity Football 3-4 Resident X irsitx Blsltetblll 3
. . . Resident JV Basketball 2 Resident Softblll 3
Kappa Chi 3-4, President 4 . Ryken Club 1 2 89 Beverly
Drive, Albertson, New York.
RICHARD JOSEPH BAUMMER 4A Saint Agnes
Intramural Bowling 4 . . . Blsebill 2 5413 X1 ltloclc
JOHN EDWARD BEAN 4B
324 School Lane, Linthicum.
HARRY PAUL BEATTY 4E
Box 158, Route 15, 29.
GAB FEAST-Mountmen try to
get in as much food and talk as
possible during the second lunch
period. Accomplishing this very
well are Gino Gemignani, Don
Strauss, Charlie Thompson, Bill
Lally, Mike Williams, John Wes-
sel, and Walter Krause.
. My 4 J ANTHONY ALLEN BEDNARCZYK 4C Suit!! Brigid
Yarsity Football 3-4 . . . JV Football 2 . . . Cat-I Football I
. . . Pep Rally Connnittee 4 . . . Senior Committee . . .
Intramural Basketball 4 . . . T17 Soutb Linwood Avenue, 24.
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XVILLIAIVI FRANCIS BENDER, JR. 4A Sain! Agnes
Pep Rally Committee 3-4 . . , Intramural Bowling 4 . . . Tennis
1-2-3--1 . . . Quill 4 . . . Chess Club 1-2-3-4 . . , Cliaplet Makers
I , . , Senior Committee , . , Intramural Basketball 4 . . . 706
Braesicle Road, 29.
" " ' ' E RICHARD OLAF BERNIJT 4B Sain! Iuark
M V it Varsity Football 3 . . . Varsity Basketball 4 . , . C.S.M.C. 2
Oi? fl , 5 . V' 1' . . , junior Committee . . . 1441 North Rolling Road, 28.
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Camera Club I-2 . . . Science Club 3-4 . . . 1405 Frederick Road,
2 NX"II.I.IAlVI FRANCIS BERNSCHFIN 4C Sain! Rose tif Lima
'IX' Basketball 2 . . . Intramural Basketball 4 . . . 202 Ilillerest
I as 3 Avenue, 25.
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l"""'f JOSEPH ROBERT BLACKERT 4F Suinl Niark
605 South Rolling Road, 28.
THEN . . . BOOM!-Marty
Caulk explains his prize-winning
exhibit on rocket thrust to Mr.
Carl Bernhardt, science fair
judge, as George Hay and Harry
Devlin watch inquisitively.
Marry's project copped second
place in the Moum's second an-
nual Science Fair,
J A BLUM C A BOEMMEL
W J BRUCHEY E A BURCHELL D
JOSEPH ANTHONY BLUM 4F Saint Jane Francis
Qurll 4 Junior Committee 117 Sandy Belch Drrve
CHARLES ALFRED BOEMMEL 4F Sacred Heart of jesus
Cheerleaders 13 4 Captam 4 Intramural Bowlmg 4
Jumor Commlttee Senror Commrttee 3016 Dllon
ROBERT HENRY BOUSE 4D Saint Palruk
Cub Football 1 Cheerleaders 4 Varsrty Bowling 4
Intramural Bowlmg 4 Freshman Basketball JV Track
Intramural Basketoall 4 319 South Ann Street 31
JOHN FRANCIS BRAILSFORD 4D Sami Anthony
JV Football Manager I JV Cross Country 2 3 JV Track
4301 Ann Tana Avenue 6
CHARLES LEO BROOKS 4C Immaculate Heart of Mary
Swrmmmg 1 2 3 4 1722 Forest Avenue 14
C L BROOKS
L S CARROLL
BOUSE J F BRAILSFORD
BURKE J M CANGELOSI
WILLIAM JAMES BRUCHEY 4A
JV Football 3 JV Bowlrng 4
Chaplet Nl rkers 1 Suente Club
Intrunurll Boulmg 4
786 Ch army, Cross
EDWARD ANTHONY BURCHELL 4B
Gael Footb 111 1 X lrsrty Blsketbnll 3 4 IX B lskttblll 7
Varsity Baseblll 3 4 X Bnsebnll 7 613-1 liusunu
Sacred Hear! of Itlarj
DENNIS BERNARD BURKE 4B Sam! illary Star of the Sea
Senlor Committee Intrlmural Basketball 4 1403 XX ehster
JOHN MARION CANGELOSI 4E Sam! Ambrose
JV Football 3 4 Intruuurrl Bowlmg., 4 Intruuurll Bus
ketball 4 4005 XX est Belvedere Axenue 15
LEE SMITH CARROLL 4B Sam! Charles
Varslty Football 4 JN Pootbxll 7 Gael lfootblll 1
Varsrty Track 3 4 JV Trick 7 Stmor Comnuttu
Intramural Basketball 4 704 C lrysbroolt Ro acl 8
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Swlmmmg 7 3 4 lxlppl Chl 3 4 Sllxer Sprrng JV Cross Country 2 JV Track 3 118 North Belnord
RONALD SPENCER CAVEY 4A sum, fum MICHAEL ROBERT CLARK 4E H011 Tffmly
Intramural Basketball 4 108 ylelrobe Avenue 28 Pep Rally C0l11mltt6C 4 IV Soccer 1 2 Freshman Basket
bll 1 JV Track 2 jumor Comnuttee JV Bowlmg 3
Intramural Bowlrng 4 709 Jumper Road Lmthlcum
CHARLES LESTER CHERRY 4A Sam! joseph Monastery MARSHALL LAWRFNCE OW 4 S h
CL SER C am! Iosep
16532531 Bqskeazcigniuial Basiitgalikitlglll 2 ChaFllZihREieE1s1 Resldent Varslty Footbill 3 4 Captaln 4 Intramural Bowling
p Resldent Softball 3 4 Kappl Chl 3 4 Treasurer 4
Qulu 4 Tower 3 4 Sports Edltor 4 Honor Soclety 1305 VVest h1RI'tll'l h1ll'tlllS1JLIl'g VVest Vlfglhld
SCICIILG Club 4 President 4 4463 Eldone Road 29
JOHN JOSEPH CIHAK 4D sam: Werzreslaus gHNCffTg"l?f,Y CCQAEEY 4B T I t Cl b 3 4 Sam' 1252?
Swlllllnlllg 1 Intrfunurll Blslsetblll 4 714 North Kenwood ee u resl en A enl u I B k b 11 4
Avenue 5 Commlttee Semor COIl1I'l'lltt66 ntramura as et a
116 Osborne Avenue 28
FRANCIS PIETRO CIMBOLO 4D Sam! joseph Monastery
V'lrS1ty Football 4 JV 1"O0tlJ 111 3 Gael Footb'1ll 2 WILLIAM STEWART COOPER 4C Sam, William
Glee Club 3 Intramurll Basketb 111 4 Semor Commlttee pep Rally Committee 4 Swlmmmg 1 2 Radu, Club 4
4776 Amberley Avenue 29 1002 Cooks Lane 29
M E CAULK R S CAVEY C L CHERRY J J CIHAK F P CIMBOLO
J T CLARK M R CLARK M L CLOWSER j A COAKLEY W S COOPER
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Drama Club's production are joe
Krebs, Marty Schlining, Charlie
Cherry, and Bill Bruchey, al-
though it's not certain whether
they're being so attentive for the
play's sake or for the camera-
ROBERT REED COOKE 4B Holy Cross
Pep Rally Committee 4 . . . Intramural Bowling 3-4, Captain 4
. . . C.S.M.C. 2-3-4, President 4 . . . Archbishop Curley Medal
. . . Paladin jewel . . . Senior Committee . . . Intramural Basket-
ball 4 . . . Freshman Basketball . . . 1449 Woodall Street, 30.
BRIAN PAUL COPENHAVER 4B Saint .Martin
Varsity Soccer 4 . . . JV Soccer 3 . . . Intramural Bowling 3
. . . JV Track 2 . . . Tower 3-4, Associate Editor 4 . . . Band 2
. . . Camera Club 2 . . . Senior Committee . . . Intramural
Basketball 4 . . . 111 South Stricker Street, 23.
JOHN DALLAS CRANDELI.. 4D Saint Rose of Lima
Cub Football 1 . . . JV Soccer 3 , . . Varsity Soccer 4 . . .
Varsity XVrestling Manager 1-2-3-4 . . . Varsity Track Manager
1-2-3-4 , . . Intramural Basketball 4 . . . 177 Meadow Road, 25.
ERNEST FRANCIS CROWN 4A Saint Agnes
Cub Football 1 . . . IV Wrestling 4 . . . Varsity Baseball 3-4
. . . IV Baseball 1-2 . , . Quill 4 . . . Cliaplet Nlakcrs 1
. . 1024 Stanford Roatl, 29.
MATTHEW ANTHONY COUCCI -iC, Shrine of the Liltle Flower
3569 Elmora Avenue, 13.
RICHARD josEPH DABROWKA 4D our Lady of Failma
Intramural Bowling 3 I . . 7107 Gough Strcet, 24.
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pins go flying when rhese Mount
Keglers send the balls rolling.
These intramural stars are Ben
Larrimore, Rich Mieeli, Adrian
Kozak, and john Thompson.
LEROY STEPHEN DANIELCZYK 4B Sdffed Heart of Mary
Gael Football 1 . . . Varsity Bowling 3 . . . Intramural Bowling
3-4 . . . JV Baseball 2 . . . Intramural Basketball 4 . . . 7151
llolabird Avenue, 22.
JOSEPH FRANCIS DANILOSKI 4F Sain! Elizubelb
Cub Football 1 . . . Varsity Track 3 . . . JV Track 2 . . . Tower
Representative 4 . . . 152 North Ellwood Avenue, 24.
KENNETH PHILIP DAWSON 4A Sacred Hear! of jesus
Quill 4 . . . Chess Club 2-3-4, Viee-President 3-4 . . . Honor
Society 3-4, Secretary 4 . . . Debating l-2-3-4 . . . Public Speak-
ing 1-2-3-4 . . . C.S.Nl.C .... 1137 Steelton Avenue, 2.4.
RICHARD NEIL DECKER 4E Sain! Agnes
,IV Football :Z-3 . , . Intramural Bowling 3 . . , Varsity Traek 2-3-4
. . . IV Track 1 . . . Intramural Basketball -1 ...- 5 429 Channing
FRED GENE DEYESU 4E Saint Ambrose
Senior Committee . . . Intramural Basketball 4 . . . 4920 Palmer
VINCENT INIICHAEI. DIPIETRO 4E Saint Mark
Band 1-2-3-4 . . . 604 Edmondson Avenue, 28.
DENNIS KEITH DOBSON 4C Sam! Mary Star of the Sea
N lrslty Trick 4 Basketball Intruuurals 4 607 East
Rmd lll Street 30
JOHN EDWARD DOHLER 4A Sami Agnes
Cub Football 1 Ymrslty Cross Country 4 Intramural
Bowlmg 3 Vlrslty Trick 4 JV Trick 3 VTTSILY
Indoor Track 4 Intramural Basketball 211 XW6StSh1l'6
MA'I'I'HEW JOSEPH DONLAN 4D Sam! Jerome
3103 Savoy Street 30
CHARLES HENRY DORN 4D Sacred Hear! of jesus
Intramural Bowlmg 4 Swlmmmg 1 2 Tennls 1 2 3 4
Jumor Committee 3611 East Fayette Street 24
EDWARD GERARD DURIVAGE 4D Sami Clement
Varslty Wrestlmg 3 JV Wrestlmg 1 2 Vmrsxty Tr'1ck 3
JV Track 1 2 Qull 1 2 Tower Representatlve 1 2
314 Ardmore Road Lmthxcum He1ghts
EMORY BERNARD ELLIOTT 4B Sun! Wflllrarn
JV Pootlnll 3 JV Bowlmg, 4 lrslty l LL
Trick I 7 Inltnt Clulm 7 3 nc l lulum
Comuuttcv. IlllJllL SDL llung, 3 108 lllllx rlt 110111 0
JOSEPH BERNARD ELLIS 4E Sam! Jerome
Intrlmurll Bowlmg 3 4 Suuor Comuutter 1719 South
Carey Street 30
ROBERT WILLIAM FINE 4B Sun! Mark
Intramurll Bowlmg 3 Clptun 3 Surttlry 3 lxult 2
Bind 1 2 3 4 Junlor Committee 5111101 Coumuttu
16 Rldge Rond 28
JAMES PHILLIP FINFERA 4D
Intrlmur.-11 Bowlmg 3 Bmd 1 2
25 Admlral Boulevard 22
JOSEPH SEUFERT FOLEY 4D
Tenms 1 Intramurll Basketb 111 4
D K DOBSON J E DOHLER M J DONLAN C H DORN
E B ELLIOTT J B ELLIS R W FINE J P FINFERA
Cuuu 1 Clulm 1 7 3
3310 Clcnmore Axe 14
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H J FORMAN J G FRANK J R FRIEL C H FURST F A GAEGLER
W A GARDINER G J GEMIGNANI R M GILBERT J L GILLEY W R GORE
HOWARD JOSEPH FORMAN 4C Our Lady of Vfffwy WILLIAM ALGERNON GARDINER 4A sam: Agnes
900 COUrtI16y Road 27 Quill 2 3 Editor in Chief 4 Honor Society 3 4 Jumor
Committee Debating Team 1 2 3 Dramatic Club 2
Public Speaking I 2 3 4919 West Hill Road 29
JOSEPH G FRANK 4E Sam! Iorepb Monartery GINO JOHN GEMIGNANI 4E Sam! Ambrose
Freshman Basketball Varsity Track 3 JV Track 2 IV Football 2 Varsity Wrestling 1 2 Golf 2 3
Tower Representatlve 2 3 8418 Downey Dale Drrve Ran Jumor C0mmlttee Senior C0mmltt66 Intrwmural Bas
dallgtown ketball 4 4914 Litchfield Avenue 15
JAMES REYNOLDS FRIEL 4E Mather of Sorrows RANDOLPH MACON GILBERT 4E Sum! Leo
Resident Varsity Bagketbqll 3 Resldent Softball 3 4 Resident Football Xian rger 3 4 Resident Bzsketball Manager
Tower Repres ntative 3 4 Krppa Chi 3 4 Intramural R6Sld6I1t Softbull Club 9 Kappa Chl 3 4 Route 4
Basketball 4 Queenstown Falrfax Vlfglnla
CHARLES HENRY FURST 4C sam: Clement JAMES I-AYTON GILLEY 4D Sam' Agm
617 xvashmgton Avenue 27 Rifle Team 4 Clptun 4 Quill 4 Tower Representative
1 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 Camera Club 1 2
Chess Club 3 Jumor Committee Drama Club 2 3 4
633 Orplngton Road 29
FRANCIS ANTHONY GAEGLER 4C Saint Mark WILLIAM ROBERT GORE 4A Sam! Cuxzmxr
JV Football 3 Intramural Bowling 3 4 Chess Club 3 4 Intramural Bowling 4 Captain 4 Intramural Basketball 4
1912 Beverly Road 28 1002 South Kenwood Avenue 24
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Resident Varsity Football 3-4 . . . Intramural Bowling 4 . . . IV Football Manager 2 - - - Varsity Baseball Manager 4 - - -
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DONALD FRANCIS CRABAI 4D Sam! BLPIld?l1lIIt
Sotlality 3-4 . . , Quill 4 . . tt 7 Stunp Cluln
DENIS JAMES GRABOXVSKI -1A Stunt Bntzd
Varsity Soccer 2-3-4. Captain 4 Sottti 1 Intrunuril
Bowling 4 . . . Ilonor Socictx 34 Intrunurtl Blmltctla 111 1 4
4 . . . T67 Cixuitlcy Strcct. L29
. . . 1213 South Ellwootl Avcnut 4
ROBERT MICHAEL GRACE 4B Sam! flfark
Intramural Bowling 3-4, Sctrittrx 3 Ciptnn 4 Q11 1
. . . Tower 1-2-3-4, Busint-ss Xl ini tr 3 -Xssotittt Editor 4
Intramural Baskctlvall 4 . . , Iosttr Cluh 1 Public Spa iltlng 1 N n-
. . . 268 Blakeney Road, 28.
GEORGE FREDERICK GREEN 4A Sam! joxepb Monuxlery
C. S. NI. C. 2-3 . , . Quil 4 tt Cluh 7
Drama Club 4 . . . Science Cluh 4 Honor Society 3 4
Representative to NIayor's Youth Council 4 PICSI ent 4 3
Mountview Road, 29.
THOMAS ROSARIO GUERCIO 4C Sam! Margurel
IV Soccer 1 . . . Varsity Cross Countrv 34 Intrnnurtl
Bowling 4 , . . Varsity Tratlt 3 4 JN Triclt '7 Cunei 1
Club 2 . . . Kappa Chi 3-4 junior Committee 608 South
Main Street, Bel Air.
EDWARD JOSEPH HACENS 4E Lxlile flouer
Intramural Basketball 1-4 . 3474 Ptrklmn Axenue 13
NEXT COURSE-Their plates
clean, these hungry Seniors wait
for more at the Senior Commun-
ion Breakfast. Table members
are Charlie Zeitler, Vince Di-
Pietro, George Atkinson, jim
Hipp, Richard Dahrowka, Robert
XX'hite, and joaeph Blum.
WILLIAM TURNER HANNAN 4E Annunciatiou
Remitlent Varaity Ifootlmll 4 , . . JV Soccer 3 . . . Intramural
Bowling 3 . . . Kappa ClIi 3--I . , , Intramural Basketball 4 . . .
5041 Upton Street, N.XV,, xvtwlllllgttlll, D. C.
JOHN RAYMOND HART 4D
Shrine of the Little Flower
JV Cross Country 2 . , , Intramural Bowling 3 . . . JV XVrestling
1-2-3 . . . Quill 1 . . , 3112 Mareeo Avenue, 13.
A I, I 1 WILLIAM MICHAEL HART 4A saint Jane Fnmcix
'W 'f-Y Q - Q?g"'--f' Gael Footlmall 1 . . . JV Track 1-2 . . . Quill 4, Assistant Editor
1' ., , ' 'I ' . 4 . . . Cliaplet Makers 1 . . , Junior Committee . . . Senior Com-
mittee . . . IIl1I'2lllllll'tlI Basketball 4 . . . 8431 Arbutus Road,
5 A Riviera Bt-at-lm.
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i ' I I .,- JOHN SLOAN HELM 4A Saint Aluri
i f ' Varsity lfootlvall 1-2-3-4, Captain 4 , . . Pep Rally Committee 3
j . . . Varsity Basketball 2-3-4, Captain 4 . . . JV Basketball 1
V JV Track 2 . . . JV Baseball 1 . . . Cllaplet Makers 1 . . .
Junior Committee . . . Senior Committee . . . 2021 Rollingwootl
5 fgwia JAMES DAVID HENNEBERRY 4E saint Jerome
Intramural Basketball 4 . . . 1935 Sponson Street, 30.
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J " JAMES TIIoMAs HESSENAUER 4C Holy Family
JV lfootlmall 2-3, Captain 3 . . . Clee Cluln 1 . . . Junior Coln-
Inittee . . . 3666 Clifmar Roatl, 7.
THE VOICE OF EXPERIENCE
-Doctor Litz of Catholic Uni-
versity talks with Mr, and Mrs.
Moritz, Mrs. DeBoy, and Frank
Moritz on the advantage of going
to C.U. during College Day at the
J R HIPP R C HITTEL W A HOGARTH M D HOLDEN
W A HOPP E L HUGHES R L HUTCHINS T E JEFFERS
JAMES RONALD HIPP 4E Saint Mark
Intramural Bowlmg 4 Clee Club 1 Talent Club 2 3
Band 1 2 3 4 Semor Commlttee 312 Clenrae Drlve 28
ROBERT CHARLES HI'I'l'EL 4A Sami Benedxct
Intramural Bowlmg 4 Chaplet Makers 1 Science Club
Intramural Basketball 4 324 South Franklmtown
WILLIAM ARTHUR HOGARTH 4D Sam! Dammit
Resident Varslty Football 4 Varsity Soccer Manager 1
Intramural Bowlmg 3 4 JV Basketball Manager 1 Resldent
Chr 3 4 Ryken Club 1 2 Intramural Basketball 4
5205 Hampnett Avenue 14
MICHAEL DENNIS HOLDEN 4A Sum! Mark
Qulll 4 Tower Representatlve 1 2 Band 1 2 Camera
Club 1 2 Chaplet M'1kers 1 Iumor Committee
Semor Commrttee Intramural Basketball 4 Publlc
Speakmg 2 115 South Rollmg Road 28
JOHN RONALD HOLZINGER 4E Fourteen Holy Martyrs
Intramural Bowlmg 3 402 South Gllmor Street 23
J R HOLZINGER
J R JEZOREK
ldlo Club 4 2678 East
WILLIAM ANTHONY HOPP 4B
Rosary Club 1 2 3 4 Leldu 4
Nlura Street 13
EDWARD LEONARD HUC HES 4B
Gael Football 12 Captun 2 Intrlmurrl Brsketblll 4
70075 Beech Avenue Overlcr 6
Sam! Mn lmel
RICHARD LEE HUTCHINS 4E Sami Albanaxzus
JV Wrestling 2 Tower Representatlve 1 2 1618 Cerell
THOMAS EDNIUND JEFFERS 4A Sam! Agnes'
Cub Footb Ill 1 Vflrsxty Cross Country 2 3 4 Varsity
Tr Ink 3 4 JV Truk 1 2 Co uptun 2 Honor Souety
Intramural Brsketball 4 Radxo Club 4 HlllSldC
JOHN ROBERT JEZOREK 4A Sam! Rose of Lima
Vrrslty Baseball 34 JV Blsebrll 2 Ch xpltt Niukrrs 1
Honor Society 3 4 104 Jumper Circle LlI1Il1lLlll11
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Softball 3-4 . . . Glee 4 . . . Camera Club 1-2. 1 . Kappa ' "
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GEORGE BROOKS JOHNSON 4A Our Lady of Mount Carmel
Varslty Cross Country 3 Rlfle Team 4 Varsxty Track 3 4
Glee Club 3 Kappa Chl 3 4 Honor Society 3 4
Science Club 4 Dcbatxng 3 4 115 V1l1a Road
Newport News Va
PETER JOSEPH JUSTICE 4A Saxnt Joseph Monastery
JV Soccer 3 Qulll 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Vice Presxdent
Debatlng I 2 3 4 Publlc Speaklng 1 2 3 4 Talent
Club 3 4 6303 Frederlck Road 28
WILLIAM MICHAEL KEELEY JR 4C Saxnt Elxzabeth
Cub Football I JV Cross Country 2 JV Track 1 2
3517 Esther Place 24
BERNARD JOHN KEGEL 4F Little Flower
3614 Erdman Avenue 13
THOMAS BLAKENEY KELLX 4D Saznt Joseph Monastery
Gael Football 1 2 Varslty Bowllng 4 Intramural Bowlmg
JV Wrestling 1 101 South Trenor Road 29
LEONARD CHARLES KLISHIS 4C Saint Anthony of Padua
Intramural Bowlmg 3 JV Track 2 Varsity Track 4
4034 Echodale Avenue 6
JOHN FRANCIS KOLLER 4F Sami Pairlfk
208 Ann Street 31
ADRIAN STEPHEN KOZAK 4B Saxnts Peter and Paul
Intramural Bowlmg 3 4 1505 Ellbert Street 26
GEORGE NED KRAUSE 4E
Cub Football Senlor Commlttee
254 Patapsco Avenue 22
WILLIAM ALEXIUS LALLY 4F
Cheerleaders 1 3 TCHIIIS 1 2
5518 Leith Road I2
G B JOHNSON P J JUSTICE W M KEELEY JR B J KEGEL
L C KLISHIS J F KOLLER A S KOZAK G N KRAUSE
T B KELLEY
W A LALLY
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KITCHEN STALXVARTS - Sis-
ter Baltratna, Sister Austregildis,
Mrs. Kernan, Mrs. Anton, Mother
liatumlina, antl Sister Flwara
hold a friendly conxersation
while preparing one of their
Iflbly, wholesome meals. They are
the real unsung heroines of the
JA1VlES RUSSELL LAMBDIN 4B Sain! Rim
Varsity Football 4 . . . IV Football 2 . , , Gael lfootlmall 1 . . .
Intramural Bowling 4 . . . Freshman Basketball , . , ,IV Baseball
2-3 . . . Cliaplet Makers 1 . . . Intramural Basketball 4 . . .
7445 Lawrence Road, 22.
SAMUEL JOSEPH LANCELLOTTA 4E Sain! Mark
5241 Frctlcrick Avenue, 28.
BERNARD JOHN LEITNER 4F Sain! joxeph Momzstery
316 Gwynn Avenue, 29.
THOMAS RUSSELL LEVICKAS 4A Saint Mark
Cub Football . . . Varsity Soccer 4 . . . Intramural Bowling 3 . . .
jV Track 2 . . . Tower 3-4, Business Manager 4 . . . Chess Club
1 . . , Intraiuural Basketball 4 . . . 4 Dunmore Road. 28.
JABIES HENRY LILLEY 4F Sain! Paul
Cub Football . , . Gael Ftxmtball 2 . . . Resitlt-nt Varsity Football
3 . . . IV Basketball Nlanager 1 . , . Rcsiclcnt Varsity Basketball
3 . . . Varsity Track 3-4 . . . Varsity Baseball Xlanagcr 1 . . .
Kappa Chi 3 . . . Ryken Club 1-2 . . . 146 Valley Road, Ellicott
WARREN HENRY LINDNER 4C Sain! Clare
Cheerleaders 1-2-3 . . . 318 Nicholson, 21.
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WHAT IS A CRYSTAL?-A
good question, and Dr. Rudolph
J. Allgeier, one of the Science
Fair Judges, checks John Jezorek's
:erm paper on the subject to tind
H 'Iii-I out the answer.
JOHN LOWELL LINGG 4E Saint Dominic
Intramural Bowling 4 , . . 5502 Pilgrim Road, 14.
GEORGE WILLIAM LIPA 4E Shrine of the Little Flower
3924 Lyndale Avenue, 13.
GERARD STANLEY LIPINSKI 4A Holy Rofary
Intramural Bowling 4 . . . Cliaplet Makers 1 . . . Honor Society
3-4 . , . Intramural Basketball 4 . . . 211 South Castle Street, 31.
WILLIAM ROBERT LISEK 4D Sain! Caximif
2817 Fait Avenue, 24.
WILMER GREGORY LUTCHE 4E
Gael Football 2 . . . Cub Football I
. . . Glee Club 4 . . . Talent Club 4
4 . . . 1028 Hartmont Road, 28.
JOHN KASSIAN MACKERT 4D
JV Cross Country 4
Saint Rose of Lima
Cub Football 1 . . . Varsity Soccer 3-4 . . . JV Soccer 2 . . .
Varsity XVrestling Manager 2-3-4 . . . JV XVrestling 1 . .
Varsity Track 3-4 . . . JV Track 2 . . . Junior Committee . . .
Senior Committee . . . 4806 XVestland Boulevard, 27.
FRANCIS RICHARD MAHER 4D Sbrme of the Little Flower FRANCIS JOSEPH MASON 4E Fourteen Holy Martyrs
Cub Footblll 1 Intrlmural BowlIng 3 4 VarsIty Track Intramural Bxskttb Ill 4 Cnptun 4 713 South Cllhoun
JV Track 1 2 3067 Shannon DrIve 13 Street 73
JEROME PATRICK MAHER 4F sam: Jerome WILLIAM JOHN WNAMARA 4F Am""""'
gags? gjommmee Senior Committee 2708 Pierpont BowlIng 3 4 sW1II'llTllI'lg 2 3 4 Talent Club 4 Junxor
COIIIIIIIUGC Semor COIIIIIIIIICC .3349 Ashbourne 27
Gael Footblll I Pep Rally COIIIIIIIIIICC -4 Intrunurnl
PHILIP FRANCIS MAHER 4B sam: Franru DeSa1er JOHN JAMES MASAITIS 4C Saw' R114
JV Football 2 Gael Football 1 Resxdent Varslty Basket Cub kootbdll 1 Clee Club 1 236 Rnefvlew Avenue 22
Track 2 Resldent Softball 3 Clee Club 1 Kappa Chl
1401 Emerson Avenue Sahsbury
WILLIAM JOHN METZGER 4B Sam! Agnes
HOWARD JAMES MALDEIS 4A Glee Club 1 2 3 4 315 Harlem Lme 78
Swlmmmg I 2-3 4 Co captaln 4 TennIs 4 74 Murdock
RICHARD VICTOR MICELI 4B Saint Mark
Pep Rally COIIIITIIIICG 4 vdfSlty BowlIng 4 Intramural
ROBERT JOHN MANKIEWICZ 4D Sami Ehzabetb Bowlmg 4 Rifle Team 4 C S NI C Officer 1 2
Intramural BowlIng 3 4 Captam 3 4 JV Track 1 Senlor COIIIIIIIHSC Poster Club 4 Intramural Basket
North Decker Avenue 24 ball 4 1915 Rollmgwood Road 28
F R MAI-IER J P MAI-IER P F MAHER H J MALDEIS R J MANKIEWICZ
F J MASON W J MCNAMARA J J MASAITIS W J METZGER R V MICELI
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ball 2 . . . Resirlent JV Basketball .I . SwiInming 3-4 . . . JV
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J A MIKLASZ J W MILLER J E MORGAN F P MORITZ J R MYERS
X F NARUTOWICZ F N NEGRETFI G E NELSON R C NICOLAUS C N NITSCH
JOSEPH ANTHONY MIKLASZ 4D Saint Lawrence XAVIER FRANCIS NARUTOWICZ 4D
Varslty Football 3 4 JV Football 2 Resldent Varslty Immaculate Heart ofMa1y
Football 1 VRTSIIY YVrestlIng 3 4 JV VVrestl1ng 1 2 Resldent Varslty Football 3 4 Captaln 3 Varslty XVrestl1ng
Varslty Track 3 JV Track 2 Resldent Softball 4 JV XVrestlIng 1 2. Varsxty Track 3 4 JV Track
Camerl Club 1 Kappa Chr 3 4 Ryken Club 1 2 Camera Club 1 2 kappa Chl 3 4 Senlor Com
JOHN WARREN MILLER 4C Sami Wzllzam FELIX NOEL NEGRETTI 4B Sarnt Mark
JV Football 2 Gael Football 1 Tenms 1 923 Kevm Senlor Commlttee Intrunurll Brsketball 4 28 Brlarwood
Road 29 Road 28
JQHN EDWARD MQRGAN 4C Sam, W,11,,,,,, GERARD EDWARD NELSON 4E Sami Anthony of Padua
JV Cross Country 1 Freshman Basketball Band 1 2 3 4 Jumor Commlttee SenIor COITlITllttee 5309 Pembroke
Jumor Comnuttee 1103 Cook s Lane 29 AVWH19 6
FRANCIS PHILIP Morurz 4C sam: charm Borromeo RICHARD CHARLES NICOI-AUS 4C H011 Tffmfy
Varsrty Cross Country 4 Clee Club 4 Band 4 Camera Vafelty CFOSS COUNTY 4 lv CYOSS COUUUY 1 Va1'51fY
Club 2 3 Intramural Basketball 4 8 Sudbrook Lane 8 Track 4 IV Tfllk 2 Clee Club 1 2 23 Rosedale
Road Glen Bumle
JOHN ROBERT MYERS 4B Sarred Heart of jesus CHARLES NORBERT NITSCH 4E Sam! Benedzrl
Intramural Bowlmg 4 Captam 4 201 South Bouldm Street 24 Intramural Bowlmg 4 9500 Ashton Street 23
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. . . Senior Committee . . . Fort Meade 81 Severn Road, Sevem. mittee . . . Ryken Club 1-2 . . . 6631 Queens Ferry Road, 12.
WILLIAM BECHELLI NOLL 4B Saint Malfbeu'
Cheerleaders 3 . . . Intramural Bowling 4 . . . 1303 Stonewood
JAINIES FRANCIS NORTON 4E Saint Dlary Star of lbe Sea Y-ff
Intramural Bowling 3-4 . . . Band 1-2 . . . 1541 South Charles 'W
ROBERT EMINIET NORTON 4B Saint joseph Afonaslery
Intramural Bowling 3-4 . , . IV Track 2 . .
. Glee Club 3-4 . . .
Talent Club 2-3-4, President 4 . . . 427 Random Road, 29.
LESLIE ALBERT O'BRADOVITCH 4D
3607 Hudson Street, 24.
JAMES LAWRENCE O'DONNELL 4E
Golf 1-2-3-4 . . . Band 1-2-3-4 . . . Senior
Columbia Road, Ellicott City.
TIMOTHY JOHN O'KEEFFE 4C
Committee . . . 351
Varsity Basketball 3 . . . Junior Committee . . . Intramural Bas-
ketball 4 . . . 209 Newburg Avenue, 28.
COLLEGE DAY-Father George 3 1
Smardon, S. J., Loyola's Dean of ,7
Admissions, talks to Seniors and
their parents about the merits of
the College and informs :hem of
the courses and schedules offered
to the prospective freshmen.
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JOSEPH LEON OKRASINSKI, JR. 4A Sain! Mifhdfl
Cliaplet Makers 1 . . . Honor Society 3-4 . . . Science Club 4
. . . 101 South Broadway, 31.
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Q ' MARK LEWIS O'NElI.I. 4A Sain! Alark
JV Track 3 . . . Band 1-2-3-4 . . . 243 Edgewood Road, Howard
1 11.l pfm f LEO EUGENE OITERBEIN 4A Sain: Mark
4 238 Mallow aiu Road, 29.
JAMES GARDINER OWENS 4B Saint Mark
' 7 Intramural Bowling 3 . . . IV Track 2 . . . C.S.M.C. 2-3-4, Vice-
-.. 9' .
President 4 . . . Archbishop Curley Medal 4 . . . junior Com-
mittee . . . Senior Committee . . . Intramural Basketball 4 . . .
1904 Branstou Road, 28.
THEODORE THOMAS PAJAK 4B Sain! Ignatius
Resident Varsity Football 4 . . . IV Soccer 3 . . . Intramural
Bowling 3-4 . . . Kappa Chi 3-4, Treasurer 4 . . . P.O. Box 15,
JOHN FRANCIS PANOWICZ 4A Sain! Casimir
Pep Rally Committee 4 . . . Intramural Bowling 3 . . . JV Basket-
ball 1 . . . Varsity Baseball Manager 1 . . . Talent Club 3 . . .
Band 1-2-3-4 . . . Chaplet Makers 1 . . . 2503 Fait Avenue, 24.
THE BEWITCHIN' HOUR -
Queens and escorts at Halloween
Dance are Pat O'Donnell, Pat
Monaghan, Carol Young, Frank
Walsh, Corine Dignan, Charlie
Cherry, Betty Loring, Ted Butler,
Mary Ann Corbett, Noel Saba-
tino, Kathy Quinn, and Tom
Kelly. Brother Sebastian and
Brother Regis look on.
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E A PLITI' JR J J POITER W A Porrs H 'r PRICE R P PRIHODA
FRANK IVENS PARSONS 4C Sain! Mark EMORY ALVIN PLITI' JR 4A Astennon
507 Hxlton Avenue 28 Gael Football 2 Pep Rally Conamlttee 3 4 Intramural
Bowling 3 4 IV Track 1 Qulll 4 Tower 3 4 Business
Nlanager 4 Chaplet Nlakers 1 Jumor Committee
Senlor Commlttee Sclence Club 4 Intramur Il Basketball
AIChdl0C6SdD CYO Presadent 4 5530 Ashboume
PHILIP EDWARD PIl:RPONT 4A Sam! Bernard
Freshman Basketball JV Track 1 2 Captam 2 Varslty
Track 3 4 Quxll 4 Assastant Edltor Chaplet Nhkers
H s 3 4 P 4 c
3004 Frei? Stfeegtyls 'emdent Iwo' emmmee JOHN JOSEPH POITER 4B Holy rnmfy
ketball Intramural Basketball 4 6 TlIelmI Ax enue Glen
RICHARD JOSEPH PITRUZZELLA 4D Sam! Casimir
922 South Kenwood Avenue 24 WILLIAM ADDISON Porrs 4F sam Mark
Intramural Bowlang 3 Band 1 2 3 26 Edmondson Rxdge
JOHN VIRGIL PI'I'1'MAN 4B Astemxon
Intramural Bowllng 4 Band 1 2 3 4 1267 Buch Ave 27 HARRY THOMAS PRICE 4D All Slums
IV Football 2 3 Intramural Bowlmg 4 Glee Club 1
Intramural Basketball 4 3.312 Old XIIII Road 7
VERNON FRANCIS PLACK 4F Sam! lemme
Gael Football 1 Freshman Basketball Intramural Bowl RQNALD PAUL PRIHQDA 4D Ou, Lady of Good Coumel
mg 3 IUIUOT C0mm1ft9e SCFUOF C0mmltfee 747 West Intrunural Football 1 Intramural Basketb Ill 4 IZ'1'6bl1I11lll
Cross Stfeet 30 Track Nleet Intramural Bowlar 3 4 1340 Port Axe 30
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. . . I - Intramural Bowling 3-4 . . . JV Basketball 2 . . . Freshman Bas-
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RICHARD LEO REBBERT 4A Samt Wenrerlaus
lrp Rrlly Committee 4 Chess Club 1 2 Preslclent 2
7076 jeflerson Street 5
ERNEST EMILE REMY 4D Axcensxon
bsummmg 1 lntrlmural Blsketball 4 1729 1Vmans
Ax euue 71
RONALD CARL RIEHL 4F Saint Patrick
Pep Rrllx COl'l11Tlltf6C 4 Iumor Commlttee 2211 Essex
WILLIALI CHARLES ROGERS 4A Saint Rita
IX Basketball 2 Freshman Basketb Ill IV Track 1
39 Portshrp Ro ul 72
ENRIQUE ROMAGUERA 4C Nuestra Senora del Carmen
Tennls 1 Qulll 4 Clee Club 2 3 4 Talent Club 2 3 4
Bind 1 7 3 4 Clmera Club 1 2 3 Kappa Chl 3 4
Dr una Club 7 4 XI lyaguez Puerto Rlco
R L REBBERT
D F ROSWELL
DAVID FREDRICK ROSWELL 4A Our Lady of Perpetual Help
331 Nlontgomery Road 27
NOEL CARLO SABATINO 4F Sam! Mark
Varsrty Football 2 3 4 JV Football 1 Varsity Basketball
3 4 Captaln 4 IV Basketball 2 Freshman Basketball
Varsrty Track 3 4 IV Track 2 Semor Committee
219 Beaumont Avenue 28
JOHN ANDREW SAMPLE 4B Sami Mark
Rlfle Team 4 Intramural Bowling 4 203 Rollmgfield
ALEXANDER ROBERT SCHILPP 4C Sam! Elizabeth
Gael Football 2 IN Cross Country 1 Freshman Basket
mrttee Senlor Commlttee Intramural Basketball 4
12 North Potomac Street 24
MARTIN EDWARD SCHNUIT 4B Our Lady of Good Counsel
JV Football 2 Gael Football 1 Swlmmlng 1 2 3 4
JV Track 12 Intramural Basketball 4 1492 Decatur
E E REMY R C RIEHL W C ROGERS E ROMAGUERA
N C SABATINO J A SAMPLE A R SCHILPP M E SCI'-INUIT
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Varsity Football 2 . . . Gael Football 1 . . . Varsity Basketball ball l Q . Varsitylwtlrestling 2-3-4, Co-captain . . . Junior Com:
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THIS IS THE LIFE- And these
twelve Mountmen really seem to
he enjoying it as they relax on
the "beach" by the pool. But if
they're so athletic, why aren't
they in the pool?
ARTHUR LESTER SCHUETTINGER 4C Saint John Q
Resident Varsity Football 4 . . . Intramural Bowling 4 . . .
Swimming 3 . . . Kappa Chi 3-4 . . . 200 Upper College Terrace, Y, Q Pg
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CHARLES JOHN scHUTz 4C Sacred Heart of Mary
Varsity Bowling 2 . . . Intramural Bowling 3 . . . 6806 Youngs-
town Avcnue, 23.
JOHN PATRICK SHINER 4E Our Lady of Mount Carmel
Box 90, Route 15.
WILLIAM STANLEY SHUSTA 4F Sami Anthony
Intramural Bowling 3-4 . . . Varsity Track 4 . . . JV Track 1-2
. . . 4314 XVoocllea Road, 6.
RONALD JOHN SILANSKAS 4E Saint Peter
Varsity Bowling 4 . . . Intramural Bowling 3-4 . . . Tower Rep-
resentative 1 . . . 32 South Carrollton Street, 23.
WILLIAM JOSEPH SLUNT 4D Sarred Hear! of Mary
Cub Football . . . Intramural Bowling 3-4 . . . 6811 Youngstown
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JOHN CHARLES SMITH 4C
CHOW TIME--The Senior Com-
munion Breakfast food looks
good to Ed Hagens, Jerry Dono-
van, Bill Sullivan, Hillary Wade.
Richard Hutchins, and Ronald
Silanskas, but George Sohn and
Rich Pitruzella would rather
stand and talk.
Swimming 1-2-3-4, Co-captain 4 . . . Quill 3-4 . . . Tower 3
. . . Junior Committee . . . Senior Committee . . . Science Club
4 . . . 3307 McShaneway, 22.
MICHAEL HOWARD SMITH 4A Saint Elizabeth
Varsity Cross Country 3 . . . IV
North Lakewood Avenue, 24.
PAUL NEIL SMITH 4D
JV Football 2 . . . 656 Dumbarto
LEO FRANCIS SNOWMAN 4D
Glee Club 1 . . . Chess Club
GEORGE LEROY SOHN 4F
Cross Country 1-2 . . . 138
n Avenue, 18.
1 . . . 324 Cheddington Road,
Intramural Basketball 4 . . . Science Club 3-4 . . . 2535 Christian
JAMES DURWOOD SPEARS 4B Saint Lawrente
IV Track 2 . . . Quill 4 . . . Intramural Basketball 4 . . .
R.F.D. if 25A, Iessup.
WALTER JOSEPH STANISLAWSKI 4D Sam! Wenteslau: DONALD THOMAS STRAUSS 4F Sam! Jane Frantz!
Swlmmlng 2 JV Track 2 Intramural Basketball 4 8531 Mam Axenue Rlvrera Beach
2727 Ashland Avenue 5
FRANCIS MURRELL STEVENSON 4C Sam! Mark
Varslty Football 2 3 4 Varsrty YVrestl1ng 3 4 JV Wrest WILLIAM JAMES SULLIVAN 4F Sam' Am'
Img 2 Varslty Track 3 Inhmnural Basketball 4 Varslty Football Manager 1 2 Varslty Basketball Manager 2
stanley Dnve 28 Varsity Baseball Nlanager 2 Kappl Chr 3 4 Vrce Presl
dent 4 Junlor Comnuttee 3610 Cumberland Street N YV
XVash1ngton 8 D C
JOHN DENNIS STEWART 4D Sam! Agnes
Cf2ffg'1ollf'gf,':ffl328 Inffmufal Bowlmg 4 Captam 4 6036 JOHN RONALD THIEMEYER 4A our Lady of Vffmy
Science Club 4 Poster Club 1 1125 Lmden Avenue 27
PATRICK HENRY STROW 4D Sami Charles
Varsrty Cross Country 4 JV Cross Country 3 Intramural
JV Football 1 Pep Rally Committee 4 Intramural
Basketball 4 706 Wlcklow Road 29
JOSEPH ANTHONY STRASDAUSKAS 4C Sami Matthew
Varslty Football 2 3 4 Gael Football 1 Intramural
Bowlmg 4 swlmmlng 3 JV Wresthng 1
Varslty Track 3 JV Track 1 2 C S M C 4 JAMES ELMER THOMPSON 4D Sam! Jerome
Talent Club 3-4 Junior Committee Semor Com Pep Rally Commlttee 4 Intramural Bowlmg 4 Intramural
mlttee Intramural Basketball 4 1700 Bumwood Road 14 Basketball 4 JV Baseball 2 2708 Plerpont Street 30
W J STANISLAWSKI F M STEVENSON J D STEWART P H STROW l A STRASDAUSKAS
D T STRAUSS W J SULLIVAN J R THIEMEYER C M THOMPSON .l E THOMPSON
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BOWling 4 . . . JV Track 3 . . . 715 Silver Creek Road, 8. CHARLES MARTIN THOMPSON 4C Saint Befnardine
J E THURSTON E A TRIBBE P J URBANSKI VALIS A VOITH
H L WADE E M WALDRON j E WALLER I A WALSH G W WAMBAUGH
JOHN EDWARD THURSTON 4E
Intramural Basketball 4 48 Benkert Avenue 29
Sami joseph Monaxtery
EDMUND AUGUST TRIBBE 4F
Cub Footb all 1 junior Committee
Our Lady of Victory
4411 Hillside Ave 29
PETER JOHN URBANSKI 4C
Cub Football 1 Senior Prom Committee 4909 Wxlkens
Our Lady of Vzctory
ROBERT JOSEPH VALIS 4B Shrine of the Liltle Flower
Intramural Bowling 4 . . . Chess Club 4 . . . 3426 Chesterfield
DENNIS ANTHONY VOITH 4C
Varsity Cross Country 2-3-4 Captain 4 . . . IV Cross Country 1
. . . Varsity Track 2-3-4 . , , IV Track 1 . . . Junior Committee
. . . Senior Committee . . . Intramural Basketball 4 . . 1192
Saint Agnes Lane 7.
HILLARY LEO WADE 4F Sam! Clement
Cub Football 1 3308 Washington Boulevard 27
EUGENE MATTHEW WALDRON 4F Sami Peter
Varsity Football Manager 4 Varsity Basketball Manager 1 2
Resident Varsity Blsketball 4 Varsity Baseball Manager
Kappa Ch1 4 Senior Committee Intramural Bas
ketball 4 Route 4 Mount Airy
JAMES EDWARD WALLER 4B Sami Francs: de Sales
Varsity Football 4 . . . IV Football 2 . . . Gael Football 1
. . Resident Varsity Football 3 . . . JV Basketball 2 . . Resident
Varsity Basketball 3 . . . Resident IV Basketball 1 . . . Resident
Softball 1-2-3 . . . Kappa Chi 3-4 . . . junior Committee . .
Intramural Basketball 4 . . . 409 Royal Street Salisbury.
FRANCIS RAYMOND WALSH 4A Saint William
Quill 3-4 Assistant Editor 4 . . . Honor Society 3-4 . . . Debating
1-2-3-4 . . . Public Speaking 1-2-3-4 . . . 4814 Coleheme Rd. 29.
GEORGE WILMAR WAMBAUGH 4C Saint Thomas' Aquinas
3314 Beech Avenue 11.
ROBERT LEONARD W'HlTF 4D Saint Elizabeib
lntrrnnnrnl Bowling 3 , , , 44-1 North lliglilantl Avenue, 29.
ROBERT LAXVRENCE W'll.I.E 4C
JV Football 2 . . . Senior Committee , , , 1816 Maxwell Ave., 22.
Surrerl Heart of lllary
JOHN ROBERT WILLIABIS 4E Sain! Ilfark
Talent Club 3-4, Vice-President 4 . . . Intramural Basketball 4
. . . 401 South Chapelgate Lane, 29.
BIICHAEI. LEONARD XX7lI.l.lAlWS 4B Sain! flfark
Pep Rally Committee 4 . . . Rifle Temn 4 . . . Band 2 . . .
Cliaplet Makers 1 . . . junior Committee . . . Senior Committee
. . . 1909 Rollingwootl Honcl, 28.
PAUL GORDON XWILLINGHAM 4B Saint joseph Illonuslery
Intramural Bowling 3 . . . Band 1-2-3-4 . . . 4024 XValracl St., 29.
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ALBERT JOHN ZALNER 4C Sain: Agnes
Varsity Football 3-4 . . . Gael Football 2 . . . Cub Football . . .
Junior Committee . . . 1421 Kirkwood Road, 7.
DANCE PARTY-Mike Wfil-
liams is pleasantly surprised by
zu birthday cake, complete with
candles, Surprise party was en-
gineered by Charlie Thompson,
Rick Miceli, and john Morgan.
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T. J. ZAMERSKI C. J, ZEITLER J. 1. ZINKAND
THEODORE JOSEPH ZAMERSKI 4D Sain! Stanislaus
2.113 East Lombard Street, 31.
CHARLES JOHN ZEITLER 4E Sain! joseph Monaslery
Clee Club 1 . . . Talent Club 1-2-3 . . . Band 1-2-3-4 . . .
Senior Committee . . , 4216 X
'ermont Avenue, 29.
JOHN JAMES ZINKAND 4C Our Lady of Virtory
Varsity Football Manager 2 . . . Varsity Basketball Manager 2
. . . JV Track 1 . . , Intramural Basketball 4 . . . 3309 Benson
SEE 'ERE, GUV'NER-Jim
British accent for his fellow
John Sekora, Rich Langenhop,
brief spell before curtain time.
Gilley puts on his hest
thespians, John Williams,
antl Bill McNamara. in a
GROWING OLD-Ted Butler adds the finishing
touches to John Sekora's hoary head. John played the
part of a dignilied but war-weary officer in the school
play, journeys End.
OH, YES, IT WORKS-Dave Roswell explains
the theory and the experimental proof of his
project, ion exchange resins, to Marty Schlining at
the science fair.
COME RIGHT AHEAD-Brother Kurt welcomes Ron DeCarlo and his
date to the spring dance, as Brother Ferrer checks the list.
"THAT OL' GANG O' MINE"-Ed Bruchey leads Frank Cimbolo, Bob Norton, john
Thieme er and Dick Baldwin in a little harmonizing on graduation night. Four happy years
have come to an end.
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group around Bob Quirk, editor-in-
chief. The page editors are D, Keat-
ing, C. Russo, R, Langenhop, and J.
GAY GROUP-This lively corner of
Mount Couples live it up at C.S.M.C.
dance. The Irvington contingent is
especially well represented.
3A Fzrst Row let to rzght A Hinkle M Keating, K Metser, J. Bartek. Third Raw: T. Hurst
Mtfaules T OC.onncll C Abel Brother Benedict CFX Smith P Cashour E Moone F K R Bt k k'
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J Loehary j Herrmann C Brookes R Langenhop R Chase J Gr w Fourth Row: E. Loomis, W, Scholtes
john t .S 1 '
son etom Rau j Eithhmrn A Shimkaveg., L I-lei Queen E Voelker, R. Quirk, D. Hupp, D, Rohleder,
Brolhers . . .
CLASS SB-Fifi! Row. left to rigbls Z. Hodges, C. Cooper,
W. O'Neill, C. Petchik, -I. Zylka, Brother Aubrey, C.F.X., C.
Eilman, M. Brailsford, A. Mank, C. Noranbrock, F.
Kozlosl-ti. Second Roux' D. Lewns, L. O'Neill, H. Carll, j.
Latchford, j. Lawlor, R, Kusik, j. Marshall, C, Bell, L.
Abernathy, A. Capizzi, B. Appler, P. Coleman. Tbird Roux'
PARLFZ-VOUS FRANCAIS?-Queries Brother Bren-
dan as Vince Tolson and Dave Schroeder display their
knowledge of the language,
DRAMA CRITICS-Mount iuniors talk over the merits
of the tirst act during the pli1y's intermission at Edmond-
son High School. The reviewers include john Kircher,
jim Forrester, Henry Fbelke, and james Latchford, all
G. Crawford, L. Vincent, C. Lenhoff, R, Middleton, M.
Morgan, G. Chenoweth, R. Rcamy, P. Marshall, j. Casper,
-I. Kircher, K. Sweder. Fourth Roux' H. Ebell-ce, T. Bryant,
N. Carmondy, j, Rote, T. Kremer, J. Forrester, L. Bulvin,
R. Smith, V, Tolson,
,, W their picture. Marty and Brother finally got in a TOWER
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CLASS 3C-Firxl Row, left to right: J. Mulcare, J. Amrhein, D. Button, T. Stachowski, E.
Krieg, Brother Ferrer, C.F.X., D. Gerin, J. Rigatuso, J. McDermott, J. Johnson, M. Hayden.
Second Roux' J. Joyce, C. Crew, A. Prandoni, J. Mutschler, M, Mongelli, M. Runge, W.
Parsons, R. Meek, J. Scher, N. Youskauskas, R. Lee, T, Twamley. Tbird Row: D. Schroeder,
L. Kueberth, A. Tripp, R. Baker, M. Deutsch, J, Turk, B. Kropp, F, Geary, R. Smith, D, Hume,
A. Tirocchi. Fourth Row: F. Delvecchio, B. Mueller, W. Strubel, L. McCanna, R. Kulwicki,
J. Sobierajski, G. Stock, R. Staley, D. Biniasz,
SUMMER TIME- And these Mount boys beat the
heat with a refreshing dip in the Mount pool's sky blue
waters, The pool becomes a popular place when summer
THE TABLES ARE TURNED- Mr. Hurwitz catches
Marty Schlining and Brother Talbot unaware as he snaps
4, picture after snapping the shutter on everyone else.
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CLASS 5D-Firsi Row, left to rigbis C. llcfferman, R. Conrad, G. Giganti, j. Kouhek, B.
Baker, Brother Julius, C.F.X., j. Hines, R. Torre, W. XVrightson, H. Kahl, j. Riley. Serond
Row: G. Triplett, J. O'Donncll, G. Lauer, D. Puglisi, R. Bettendorf, C. XVisnieswski, R.
Wilson, J. VC'essel, F. Schaum, T. Linsenmcyer. j. Frank, D. Valentine. Tbird Roux' J. Tyhur-
ski, S. Adelung, M. Schlining, j. Bory, R. Pemberton, j. XVash, W. Spence, D. Young, C.
Boone, T. Pawelczyk, C. Russo. Fourlb Roux' F. Clifford, R. Ormrod, L. Rest, R. Bellamy, M.
Tirocchi, F. Blahut, T. Baranowski.
IN TUNE -- Shown how by Spanish-speaking Brother Marcus, MEN OF MFRIT-Brother Pastor presents National Merit
Bob Baker and Frank Geary join in with the vowel sounds as awards to Mark O'Neill and Brooks johnson. They were among
they attempt to learn the phonetics of the Spanish language. the 10,000 semi-finalists throughout the United States winning
CLASS SF - First Roux lefl to right: W, Woods, C. Kucera,
S. Coco, T. Colebrook, j. Thompson, Brother More, C.F.X.,
F, Schoenborn, J. Colly, XV. Null, C. Smith. Serond Row:
j. Purcell, M. Stout, R. Porter, D. Kottraba, G. Camilleri,
T, Friedl, J. Krebs, F. Dunn, D, Hemerka, M. Barlage.
WE ALWAYS GET OUR MAN-The photographer was there
but these boys weren't when class pictures were taken. TOWER
sleuths tracked them down, and transfer students Al Boemmel and
Bill Yates were snapped together.
Third Row: B. Richter, R. Smith, B. Asplen, M. Stevenson
ski, F. Zalenka, J. Steigleman. Fourlb Row: T. Tacka, R.
juskelis, R, Wisniewski, P. Kelly, A, Johnson, j. Kinnear
E. Kreczmer, C. Rehak.
SMACK! -Henry Romaguera is kissed by this lovely Setonite as jim
Joyce watches in Enrlmnled Isle.
B. Brown, G, Gurry, F. McComas, G, Morris, D, Golebiewz
Tlf,KlTS Pl.lf:XSl'--Al lluntllcy shows hix uxtusc to
lirolhcr Clonmtl while Mrs. Nlgircinno nmku out am titl-
mitt.mtu slip ln get him lmtk into thus.
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JUNIOR SOCIALITIIS-Enjoying themselves zu the
pep rally dance are juniors C. Smith, J. Scher, G. Camil-
lcri, and D, Hupp,
CLASS 5F-- First Rouy left io right: T. Bruns, XV, Smith,
P. Lilley, F. Culotta, M. Dunn, Brother Talbot, C.l7.X., R.
Lange, L. Burch, P. Sanda, C, Saxon, S. Heinermann, Sammi
Roux- j. Brazier. F. Rcvella, T. Burns, D. Prager. A, Lama,
R. Kearney. H. Popp, I. Schynn, J, Hellman, Ci, Paciarclli,
'I'l1ir11 Roux' P. Schoultz, XV. Palucki, O. Grucl, j. Costello
V, XVoods, j, Hartman, P. Tarsia, P, Aires, J. Campbell, H
Klcintank, R. Fisenhart, Fourlb Roux' R. W'clsh, j. Dyer
XV, Ruhcling, R, Broadwater, E. Nichols, I, Porter, D
Treshman, j. Griffin.
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the capable guidance of Brother
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out that literature can be fun.
MACHINE AGE-The Mount cafe-
teria goes modern and these Mount-
men line up to get sodas from their
CLASS 2C-Firsl Row, left lo right: T. Deining, T. Betz, Hofmeister, G. Voelker. Third Row: V. Wasilauskas, J
XV. Burnotes, j. Genga, G. Bell, Brother Carey, C.F.X., J. Cuddy, R. Chirumbole, R, Baker, R, Bartnik, W. Sampson,
Hollis, F. Michal, A, Wallner, L. Malinowski, A. Sheridan. W. Clody, W. Clauss, F. Mills, 1. Schaefer, J. McClenathan.
Second Row: M. Fitzgihhons, S, Runge, D. Dickhoff, C. Fourth Row: II, Peluso, E. Unitas, J. Donohue, W. Wacker,
Slater, j, Brown, j, Miller, H, Allen, J. Snellinger, C. G. Nitsch, E. Martin, D. Fields, K. Yocum.
To Control . . .
CLASS 2D-First Row, left to right: R. Grow, R. Keller,
LADIES' CHOICE-Seton girls choose their partners
pf-2 4 for the next numbers at the Meetin'-Seton tlantc. This
C.S.M.C. sponsored tl.intu is always well attended by
the members of both stliools,
TIMES LTP -- There's no more time left for 2D's his-
tory test us Brother Sebastian rollects the papers, john
Brauer smiles uncertainly as Brother asks how he did
in the socratic endeavor.
ger, j. Keavney. Third Roux' R, Althoff, J, jankexitious, M.
J. Fogarty, J, Friedel, G, Sears, Brother Vianney, C.F.X., Thom son M. Trattner R. ohnston, D. Lon 1, A. jarzyuski.
G. Cavey, J. Knight, J. Giganti, D. Schwartz, D. Pierpont.
Second Roux' M. Potter, R, Everd, B, Larrimore, A. Sunell,
W. Crawford, R. Deise, P. Russell, P. Herbert, C. Rosenber-
P V - J A
VU, Xvnllcrhoefer, R, Nirotlemus, li, johnson, ll, Davis.
Faurlb Row: j. fitzgeraltl, S. Morris, T. Bolton, j.
Thompson, J. Brawer, E, Penella,
CLASS ZF-First Row, left to rigblx j. Harris, R. Bendler, R. Lentz, T. Nichols, F. Delgavio,
Brother Sylvan, C.F.X., N. Wasczenko, T. Dayball, j. Bernhardt, H. Kearney, J. Shaw,
Setond Roux' G. Hay, C. Hartnett, D. Bohli, M. Zych, j. Hammon, D. Zelenka, J, Rohr, L
Hooper, G. Stankis, W. Lenczycki. Third Row: J. Weinkam, R. Forry, J. Faro, j. Canby, E.
Moritz, D. Kennedy, H. Devlin, B. Meisel, J. Fotia, F. Siegart. Fourth Row: P. Marshall,
W. Long, R. Tune, C. Schreiber, R. Super, M. Gordon, j. Kouba, M. Stasiak,
'WX Their Energy
UM WHAT IS IT?-Inquire these five Mountmen as they
observe the prize winning exhibit in underclass competi-
tion, submitted by soph john Kouba, one of our budding
DELICIOUS-Say these Mountmen and their fathers
at the 15th annual Father-Son Communion Breakfast,
while they await the talk of the Honorable Frank W.
Burke, the main speaker.
CLASS ZF-First Row, left to right: 1. Russo, j. DeGuilmi, G. Ebner, R. Barlage, D.
Warnecker, Brother Nicodemus, C.F.X., P. Swindell, M. Blair, J. Phelan, W. Graham, J.
Neser. Serond Row: C. jacques, R. Brown, R. Liberto, W. Dixon, D. Peters, J. Wright, J.
Reahl, G. Teubner, D. Scholtz, j. Melone. Third Roux' J. Booth, R. Pajak, R. Morraye,
j. Kasper, P. Karr, M. Atkinson, j. Dulany, W. Westfall. Fourth Roux' B. Rolfes, R. Reese,
R. Brocato, R. Rolfes, H, Roesser, W. Quade.
and Their Enfhusiasm . . .
COAK CREEPS-That man from Catonsville, john Coakley, CHEERLEADERS-The leading voice at Mount sports events
slowly backs his Black Cadillac through the markers in the were left to right: joe Cully, Frank Delgaveo, joe Gael, Michael
Mounts driver Road-eo, John was successful here and in the Hines, Dave Dickhoff, and Richard Brocato.
other events as he copped first place in the Road-eo.
CLASS ZG-liirv! Row, left to rigbi: D. Lopez,
Ochrzcin, H, O'Sullivan, R. Tramonte, A. Miller, Brother
Brendan, C.F.X., T. O'To0le, P, Mignini, J. Esposito, R.
Fabiszak, J. Sheeler. Seroml Roux' A. de la lloz, XV. Garvey,
T. Bailey, VU. Collier, C. LaVerghetta. NW. Crewe. G.
CONGRATULATIONS ARE IN ORDER-And Brother Fran-
cisco. BIount's biology teacher, wastes no time in hestowing them
on john Kouba, winner of first prize in the underclass division of
the Science Fair.
Krause, M. Lynch, M. Dyer, C, Nichols. Third Row: J.
Gattus, A. Bolard, R, Chiofalo, L. Spaniol, C. Reuling, K.
Ahlstrom, C. Mansfield, D. Mclilgunn, P. Mayer. Fourth
Roux' J. Kvech, C. Brazier, W. Vollmer, C. Santmyer, T,
Bland, R. Mitchell.
TALKATIVE TICKET-TAKER-fBrother Columban chats with Frank
Cimholo, Chuck Mansfield, Deb Davis, and Augie Sunnell before
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"NOW IN PUERTO RICO"-'With the aid of expressive Latin gestures,
Brother Vernon explains to Brother Nicodemus some of the conditions
encountered as spetial envoy of the "Americo-Hispanic Cultural Relations
ociety for the Improvement of Relations between Latin Americans and
S-H-H-H-H-While some of the students get some homework done, the
llhrary staff puts things in order,
CLASS IB-First Row, left to rigbi: T. O'Connell, j. Reed, M. Carflne, R. Bushnell, Brother
Regis, C.F.X,, -I. Griggs, T. Brennan, M, Moore, W. Blackert. Second Row: J. Fields,
T. Rukowicz, G. Hennessey, J. Thurlow, E, Makowski, J. Iampieri, W. Przybylski, E, Den-
hardt, J. Demski, T. Lawler. Tbird Row: j. Moran, j. Gubernatis, R, Myers, J. Moritz, V.
Sexton, M. jones, W. Holland, M. Vash. S. McCann, T. Mack. Fourth Row: G. Hare, L.
Derwart, R. Bolander, L. Spahn, T, Define, P. Carnes.
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Mountmen crowd in to get the food
1 from Mrs. Hofmeister and Brother
CLASS ID- First Row, Iefi to right: C. Klein, F. Dumser,
G. Bohle, H, Purnell, Brother Kent, C.F.X., T. Mcllade, C
Becker, S, Burchaki, W. Lauterhack. Serond Row: V. Tum
minello, T. Klus, D. Eastman, A, Shipley, R, Rote, G
Crocher, J. Young, L. Zerhusen, F. McHugh. Third Row.
LINE UP-Some Mountmen and
their dates strike various poses when
they see the photographer close by.
R, Brown, L, Kulacki, J, Russell, NI. Lauer, C. Walas, R.
Waller, W. O'Donnell, J. Stasiowski, Moylan. Fourth
Row: R. Widmyer, J. Asplen, J, McAdam, M, Maguire, C.
Nolan, L. Rassa, W. Studley.
'the Freshmen . . .
CLASS IE-Firsl Row, left to right: L. Schultz, A.
D'Emidio, F, Blair, D, Lawton, J. Wehrman, Brother
Mitchell, C.F.X., j. Grihhin, R, Thorn, W. Bartolomeo, L.
Dennis, L. jarkowski. Serond Roux' R. Murray, R. Fahula,
J. Dew, j. Stevenson, J. Kelly, P. Button, E. Laverdiere, M.
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"ICE CREAM"-john Hammond, member of the Na-
tional Honor Society, sells ice cream at the Mount-
Fdmondson game. Members of the Society gave up many
afternoons to sell ice cream and Cokes at the football
games, for which we are grateful.
EXVXCEL LENT-So comments Brother Damian as he
views the work of james Dew and Daniel Austin. It
looks like the art of syllabication is well practiced in
this IE English class.
Lanahan, D. Austin, P, Fischer. Third Roux' J. Mueller, A
Henclley, J. Powers, j. Acldabo, D. Demuth, P, Hester, C
Burkhardr, W. Hudnet, R, Watts, F, Bossle, j. DelSignore
Fonrib Roux' P. Gartlancl, R. Kowalcyik, J. Grebe, D
Flynn, R. Seebark, T. Flanagan, D, Stone, L. Summers.
CLASS IF-First Row, lell fo right: J, McHugh, T. Dimaggio, R, McClung, D, Kelly, R.
Cavero, Brother Veron, C.l:.X., E. Hurclel, P. Schwarzmann, W, Schmitz, R, Abigill, D.
Campbell. Sefoml Roux' E. Kallns, j, Zdrojewski, R. Wlinrermure, J. Cuocci, W. Gunning, P.
Stuart, R, Schatz, j. Trust, Ci. lannone, R. Brulinski. Third Raw: F. Lukowski, L, Dodge, J.
Matarazzo, R, Hughes, A. Miller, R, Dignan, C, Faulkner, J. Poisal, E. Caretti, R. Weiden-
hammer, W. Zei. Fourlb Roux' R. Huber, W. Reuling, J. Braun, E, Benesch, C, Ridgeway, W.
Arnold, A, Hilbinger.
HANDSOME HENRY-An envious Mountman points
out Henry Romaguera's picture to some of his myriad
feminine admirers before his moving performance in
TIME'S WINGED CHARIOT-The lunch period time
ticks away as these underclassmen attempt to get some
unfinished work done. Wonder if they made it?
CLASS IG-First Razr. lefl to right: R. Farley, J. Krebs, C. Newcomb, R. Urbanski, H.
Delcon, Brother Peter, C.F.X., G. Martin, R. Stumpf, R. Jones, B. Gorcly, A. Nowicki. Serond
Roux' L. Cummins, D. Vore, C. Black, L. Speclden, J. Bennett, T, Krupnik, J. O'Keefe, J.
Ruby, M. Pohlman, L. Gross. Third Roux' M. Stafford, M. DiPaula, P. Brennan, D. Foit, J.
Schmitz, D. Schuster, J. Kalwa, C. Hoffman, li. Hobbs, J. McGregor, J, Kurtz. Fourth Row:
R. Thornton, R. XVolff, P. Vane, L, Lee, O. Roughvedt, J. Grow, J, Hall, L, Banaski.
And 'ro Develop A True
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NEVER SHORTCHANGED- Is Bob McFadden as he leads the
food lint- during the flI'Sl lunch period, Jovizal Brother Arthur. the
cashier in the cafeteria, is always reach' with the cxaut clmngc.
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HONOR GUARD-XX'histlcs and screann ringing in their ours,
varsity footballers, led by Noel Sabatino, break from the chute
formed by the freshmen to honor their heroes before the City
CLASS IH-'Firsl Row, lefi lo rigbi: XV, Myers R Krebs Armlger R Helmets Tbzrd Rau W Brovsn M Mollox
R. Garry, T. Henncherry, Brother Andre, C,F.X M Hmes G jones R Sekora -I Adams NI Topper j Flkenherg. R
A. Giordani. D. Pnvkiewicz. L. Seeburger. Serond Rau, C Pl3SkOV9Sk1 D DeGrange J Budzlk Fourth Rau J Glenn
Hollingsworth, j. XVisniewski, V. Lolli, R. Lazzelle R Garmer -I Wnse R Mnfadden J Frank J Firp P
Joyce, L. Neudling, N. Quaglione, XV, Keim, J Gllley C Chrobounslu V Cngantn R Waltrup
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at the pool as joe Barry .md Art Schucttinger mrroduce Sknp
XValdron to the water the hard way.
HIT lT+The Mountk Flvis Prexley, Nlzlrxin Cooper,
C' 'SS - 'S
goes into high gear on rhix numher to keep rhingx rolling
at the Pep Rally Dance.
GRACITS GANG-lntranmural bowlers crowd around
Mike Grace to check on his scorekeeping,
CLASS lj-Fires! Row, left lo riglvl: XV. Reighrler, F.
Unger, j. Krug. j, Masonis, j. Bochenik, Brother Dominic,
C.F.X., Bl. lNIcMen:1men, E. Gizinski, Lowry, Bl. Thomp-
son, R. XY'iIliams. Seroml Roux' C. Dixon, A. Doeuer, j.
DeBoy, B. Stevens, E. DiPaula, P, Bell, J, Brown, F. XY'it!e,
J! .f X f' 7
R. Brown, R. lhlllff, Third Roux' S, llulsl-ii, N. Oreflce, K,
Braungart, S, Bowling, T. Hartman, J. Cierstung, j, Burr-
kowiak, C. Hotze. K, Herman, J. Burrows, A. Bush. Fourlb
Roux' j. Lang, XV. Maguire, M. Cooper, C, Niehcrlein, B.
Koehler, XY. Hudson, G. jacob,
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Our life at the Mount centers around the religious
activities. The three day retreat before Thanksgiving
sets the spiritual tone for the year. And the Senior Com-
munion Mass and Breakfast is a most fitting way for the
seniors to close their four year career at the Mount. The
generating spirit behind our religious activities radiates
from the C.S.M.C. and the Sodality of the Blessed
Virgin Mary, both under the capable direction of
Brother Brendan. The Sodality, while a new organiza-
tion, is growing into one of the most influential ones at
the Mount. The Sodality sponsored and conducted the
Christmas Basket Collection for the Little Sisters of the
Poor. Sodalists also inaugurated the May Procession in
honor of the Blessed Mother, With the same zeal, the
C.S.NI.C. ran the Bishops' Relief Collection and held
two dances for the benefit of the missions. They also
produced a school assembly which brought out very
clearly the imminent dangers of atheistic communism to
the world today.
GUEST SPEAKER-Former Mountman State Marshall Gerard
Bracken returns once again to his Alma Mater as the principal
speaker at the Senior Communion Breakfast. Mr. Bracken's prac-
tical talk gave us many points to reflect upon,
get '. MY LORD AND MY GOD-Father Myles Whelan,
C.P., raises the chalice in adoration at the consecration of
the annual Senior Communion Mass.
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SOLEMN SENIORS-Members of the Class of 1960 line the
altar rail at the annual Senior Communion Mass held in the
Mount Chapel. Father Myles Vifhelan, C.P., distributes Holy
Communion as the Seniors gather in one of their final spiritual
exercises in their careers as Mountmen.
FITTING FND-Mount students line the altar rail for the re-
ception of Holy Communion in a fitting closing of the annual
three dai retreat. The retreat is conducted by the Passionist
ltthers and is always closed with Mass and Communion at St.
joseph s Nlonastcry.
C.S.M.C. and Soclalily
MlZli'I'lNCi Ulf Tlllf MINDS-XVitl1 C.S.M.C.
ntllcers looking nn, limther Brenclztn checks the
list of future exents. Ollicers inclutle jim
Creamer, setretztry, jim Owens, vice-presitlent,
Run lleilaxrlim, treasurer, itntl Robert Cooke,
SOIJALITY LIEADIERS 7 Sudulity utlieers,
Tlmm.ts Slmffrey, remrtling secretary, Tlminus
Betz, turrespnnding setreutry. :tml Donald
Cfralmu, site-president, wateh closely to sec if
President Ted Butler can answer Brother Bren-
dun's questions tumrerning Sudztlity rules,
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WELL DONE, FRANK! -On the receiving entl of
ST. THOlNlAS BIORE SPEECH CLUB-Seated, left
to right: J. Colly, F, Dumser, Brother Viannuy,
C.F.X., J. McDade, R, Langenhop, j. Stasiowski.
Standing: J, Grega, D, Schroeder, C, Russo, A.
Tirocchi, j. Joyce, L. Kueberth, R, Bettentlorf, W.
Scholtes, F. Walsh. ,, W
Brother Vianney's congratulatory handshake is 4A's
Frank Walsh, Frank is president of the Mounts
Speech Club and has taken many speech awards dur-
ing his career at the Mount.
Public Speaking and Debating
The Blount orators and debators, coached by
Brother Vianney and Brother Kurt respectively,
had another fine year.
Bill Scholtes, joe Colly, and Richard Langen-
hop were the main voices garnering awards for
the Blount in public speaking contests. All three
were chosen to represent the Baltimore area in
the national finals of the Catholic Forensic
League in New York: Colly in public speaking,
Scholtes in oratorical declamation and Langen-
hop in extemporaneous speaking.
Brother Kurt's debators also did a fine job.
Chief defenders of the Nlountis case were Brooks
johnson, Frank VValsh, Ted Butler, Pete Iustice,
and Richard Langenhop. Some able underclass-
men waiting to replace this varsity group are
john Grega, Mark Kimble, Thomas Myers,
Robert Winkler, and john Stasiowski.
TALENTED TRIO - Brother Vianney eyes Mount speaking hopefuls before
their trip to New York to represent the Baltimore area. Receiving
Brother's glance is joe Colly, Rich Langcnhop, and Bill Scholtes.
MOUNT DEBATERS-The orators who argue the M0unt's cases line up behind their
moderator, Brother Kurt. They include, lef! to right: R. Anderson, D. Keating, R. XX'inkler, R.
Langenhop, j. Forrest, K. Dawson, T. Butler, and B. johnson.
Brorher Peler Broughr Forrh
BAND-First Row, lefl to right: F. Richter, R. Tramonte, J.
O'Donnell, T. O'Donnell, J. Lawlor, H. Kleintank, P. Willinghan,
G. Chenowerh, T. Hurst, F, Moritz, C. Crew, E. Unitas. Second
Roux' J. Shaw, R. Liberto, E. Moritz, J. Kouba, V. Lolli, J. Esposito,
M. O'Neill, J. Hall, E. Romaguera. Third Row: J. Peluso, J. Hipp,
F. McHugh, G. Krause, C. Hartnett, P. Marshall, J. Del Signore, J.
Panowicz, Brother Peter, C.F.X. Fourth Row: J. Finfera, A. Bol-
lard, I, Porter, J. Pittman, V, DiPietro, F. Banz, T. Buttner, R.
Fine. Fifth Row: C. Zeitler, J. Morgan, C. Mansfield, E. Elliott,
M. Lynch, J, Lochary, D. Bohli,
WHEN I SAY "HIT IT"-Brother Peter
strikes up the band and R. Smith, B, Fine, and
J. Panowicz join in with their trumpets to get
the Spring Concert into full sway.
HIT' lll'Pl-f'XY'l1istle in mouth and baton in hand,
Terence Hurst leads the Mount hand through its paces
during halftime of the l,tnol.1 game.
The Mount Band continued to provide enjoy-
ment to all that heard it. XVhether on the football
field or in the gymnasium. our handmen. capahly
guided hy Brother Peter. proved the old maxim
that practice makes perfect. For there is no more
appropriate an adjective than uperfeetv to de-
scribe their performance at the Spring Concert.
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prepared long and hard for this event. and their
efforts were well rewarded.
MOUNT MUSIC MAKERS --The Mount Band gives out with a
selection from john Philip Sousa, and the audience applaudes ap-
provingly, as another Spring Concert is under way.
A N THE DOLL DANCE -This is the name of the tune that lnrique
A., 4 Romaguera is heating out so well during his xxloplione sulli.
lfnrigue is supported on the drum hy F. l'nitas and C. Crew .md
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Nuedling, T. Brennan, Brother Cuthbert, C.F.X.. C. Smith, R.
Rote, J. Frank, j. Scher. Seroml Roux' C, Newcomb, D. Keating,
R. Langenhop, j. Stevenson, L, Hooper, P. justice, j. Gilley, D.
Lewns. Tlvirrl Roux' T. O'Connell, W. Crawford, J. Gilley, -I. Rote,
E. Cashour, N. Lutche, A. Prandoni. j. Hartman. Fourth Row: VU.
Chase, C. Bell, D. Grabau, j. Moritz, J. Hammond, J. Joyce,
J. Staley, F. Mills. Fifth Row: W. Metzger, W. Sampson, P. Strow,
V. Wasilauskas, R. Quirk, R. Gilbert, J. Coakley, P. Marshall, W.
Members of the Clee Club may complain that they
must arrive at school at 8:00 almost every morning, but
they can be proud of the results that this extra half-hour
Performances of the past school year included those
at St. Agnes, Stella Maris, the home Christmas Concert,
the operetta "Enchanted Islen with Seton, and the con-
certs with the Clee Club of Trinity.
The two main endeavors were those with the two girls'
schools. "Enchanted Islen was the third operetta in as
many years and, as usual, was delightful. The second
annual Spring Concert with Trinity, "Here and There,"
was likewise a grand success. Certainly quality has been
the keynote of the Clee Club throughout the year.
PRE SXVING-The combined Glee Clubs get in a little practice
just before the start of the Annual Spring Concert. Leading the
singing are Brother Cuthbert and Miss Reinecki.
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HANDE HOCH! -A captured German soldier, Enrique
Romaguera, is searched for weapons by john XVilliams while
Gordon Rohr examines the prisoner's personal property,
VUAR TORN GROUP- The soldiers enjoy a hearty meal of
soup and liquor just hefore the start of the big battle. VUith
Boh Bouse serving, XX'illiam XVoods, Fred Green, john
Sekora, and james Ciilley imhihe this tasty repast.
LAST LOOK- Brother Talbot, play director, goes over the lines
with three of his star performers, Fred Green, XVilliam Wfoods,
and john Sekora, just hefore the opening curtain.
The Xlount Saint joseph Drama Cluh this year staged
another fine production, entitled Iotlrneyfs End. This
XVorld XVar I story of the difficulties of a front line com-
mander was very eapahly produced hy Brother Talbot.
4A,s Fred Green played the lead as alcoholic Captain
Stanhope. Fine portrayals were also given hy Seniors
john Sckora, Boh House. and .lim Cilley, and the re-
maining cast. The roll of Gilleyis cokney accent will be
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BOOK XVORK-Brother Cuthbert supervises work as library THF LIBRARY STAFF-sealed: j. Gittings, T, Kchylinski
workers keep everything rolling smoothly. Sfamling, left to right: F, Mills, J, Schmitz, Brother Cuthbert
Library Staff and Chess Club
MOUNT CHESS CLUBBERS- Watch as S. Zaccari, j. Butler, R. Pullarn, R. Langenhop play
a gameg looking on are W. Bender, R, Valis, R. Ormrod, j. Bohnet, Brother Francisco, C.F.X.,
E. Krieg, K, Dawson, G. Robinson, j, Fiedler.
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RIGHT PROFESSOR?-Honor Society President Phil
Pierpont helps john Snellinger with his English during
the Honor Society's study aid class after school.
The study-help classes were again the main
work of the Honor Society. Supervised by
Brother Sebastian and organized by President
Phil Pierpont, aid was given in all subjects to
those who requested it. The members of the
Society were the teachers, and they did an ex-
cellent job in helping the students.
Besides providing refreshment at our football
games, the Honor Society inaugurated a new
activity this year-one that lends charm and
grace to our football season. The Society is
responsible for introducing the custom of select-
ing and honoring a Blount Queen for the Loyola
game. Long may this custom reign.
HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS The officers of the Honor Society are fron! rou left lo
rzgbl Brother Sebastian CFX moderator P Pterpont president DeBoy vice president
Bark rou K Davison retordmg setrerarx D Keating treasurer
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An important organization in the life of any
school is its Alumni Association. The Xlount is
blessed with a very active one. Under the direc-
tion of moderator. Brother Dominic, the Alumni
Association conducted several very successful
affairs. The Annual Alumni Blass and Commun-
ion Breakfast in the gym was the major religious
event of the year. uniting the members in a cor-
porate expression of Faith. The Beunion Day of
june 4 gave many Alumni an opportunity to
renew acquaintances among the Brothers. A
pleasant afternoon was spent in an informal
outdoor sports program. Preceded by Benedic-
tion, the business meeting and a buffet supper
were held later in the evening. Both of the
Alumni dances drew large crowds of former
Mount grads. The season was truly successful.
CORPUS DOMINI NOSTRI-Father Donnellan distri-
butes Holy Communion to Alumni members at the annual
Alumni Communion Mass held in the Memorial Gym.
The Mass was followed by a breakfast downstairs.
ALUMNI OFFICIALS-Posing for the camera are from left lo right: Mr.
joe Simmons, second vice-president: Mr. Frank Bossle, president: Brother
Dominic, C.F.X., moderatorg Mr. William Murphy, recording secretary: and
Mr. jack O'Connell, first vice-president,
MOUNTMIZN IN ACTION-Members of the Fathers' Club and
their sons line the Communion rail at the annual Father-Son
Communion Mass at the Cathedral in a perfect sign that they are
true men of St, joseph.
Fathers' and Mothers' Club
The Fathers' and Mothers' Clubs at the Mount, moderated by
Brother Sebastian, are vital assets in the affairs of the school. The
Mothers' "Operation Novitiatef, the annual Bingo party, helps greatly
to finance the housing and education of the young Brothers and to
support activities here at the Mount. Another event held by the Mothers'
Club to aid the school is the annual Card Party and Fashion Show, at
which the football Queen was chosen.
The Fathers' Club annual Sports Night is always well attended, and
their Oyster Roast is a major social event of the year. Both clubs joined
forces to hold a Parents, Club dance at the end of the year.
The annual Father and Son Mass and Communion Breakfast was an
inspiring expression of the faith of Mountmen. And this year the
Mothers' Club inaugurated their own Mass and Communion Breakfast.
WVe here at the Mount are grateful to Brother Sebastian and the
fathers and mothers for the inspiring example and aid they give us,
EVERYBODY'S BIRTHDAY-Brother Sebastian watches as Mrs. Carll and a guest
decorate the April table for Everybody's Birthday Party held by the Mothers' Club
in the gym.
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TALKIN' TIME--A lull in the dancing gives Brother
Sebastian and Brother Mitchell a chance to get acquainted
with the dates of jeff Griffith, Ken Rous, anal john
PARTY BUYS - Senior celebrities sit this one out to get
into the Tower picture. Sealed: are Noel Sahatino, Ron
DeCarlo, Fd Burchell, and Frank Stevenson while Rich
Cudnick and jim Ring prefer to stand with their dates,
CANDID CAMERA-lNlr. Hurwitz catches Josie, lfarl,
Pat, Dick, Diana, and Mark enjoying themselves at the
SETON SIRENSWA waiting line of eligible Setonites set allur-
ing traps for two stolid Mountmen, Herbert Weaver and Thomas
The social aspect of the life of the Nlount student is
one that is certainly not overlooked. To foster this social
spirit, the Blount this year held five informal dances.
The C.S.NI.C. sponsored its two annual dances. the one
at Halloweieu and the 'ihleetiu' Setonu in February. hoth
very well-attended and enjoyable. There was the Pep
Rally Dance, held the night hefore the Xlount-Loyola
game, climaxing in the Dons' defeat on Sunday. The
Blount TOXVER did its share also, contributing the gay
"Holiday Hopi' and the best-attended dance of the year.
the "Spring Swingf'
NIGHTS END-The C.S.M.C. Ha1lowe'en dance is over and it appears that all had a good
time as Al Bednarczyk, Bob Bouse, and Sam Lancelotta get ready to escort their dates home.
This was ll yvur of Cllllllglx for thc- Quill Xlillly 11c'w lu1t111'c'
articles zlppealvcl, CllI't0OIlS were clrzlwn. il CI'OSS-XYlJl'll puzxlo was
hc-gun, and thc Nlflllllf tow:-1' wus newly lll'ilXX'll.
E11gi11v01'i11g thc-se rc'visir111s wmv I'51'r1tl1v1' NlC'l5flI1IlIllS. 111r1cl-
crutor, and XVillia1111 C2ll'CllIlt'l', Eclitoi'-i11-Cliit-f. It was thc-ir first
year in these positions. C2ll'lllI1ttl' cliwctcrl tha- work of thc four
page editors, Ffilllli XV2llSll, liohert Quirk. Cllilflitx Russo, klllll
.luck Eichhoru, who ill tlllill assigned the vz1rio11s ilI'tlL'll'S to the
staff writers under them.
This, as well us tho other Chmiges. pmvccl most Yillllllllll' a11cl
rewurcli11g. as GVlCl811C6'il by the output of six H110 issue-s.
SENIOR QUILL STAFFERS-The Senior members of the Quill staff
include: firsl raw, leff to right: J, Gilley, K. Dawson, j. Smith, F. Roma-
guera, E. Plitt. Second row: C. Cherry, W, Lalley, j. Sekora, F. Green, W.
Gardiner, J. Spears, W. Bender, F. Walsh, W. Hart.
FINISHED PRODUCT-Moderator Brother Nicodemus and
Editor in Chief William Gardiner check the fruit of their labors
for any mistake. There were usually few as the Quill staff did a
fine job throughout the year.
QUILL STAFF-Underclass Quill members include-seated,
left to right: J. Eichhorn, D. Keating, T. Butler, J. Hammond,
J. Purcell, T, Buttner. Standing: D. Queen, D. Treshman, W.
Scholtes, C. Russo, R. Langcnhop, C. Noranbrock, W, Null, T.
Brennan, T. Demski, A. Hinkle, j. Latchford, M. Schlining, T.
Pawelczyk, R, Quirk,
LISTEN MEN!-The Qnillk Editor-in-Chief Nwilliam
Gardiner shams whok boss as he informs his page
editors, F. XY'alsh, R. Quirk. C, Russo, and il. Eichhnrn,
that he wants the next issue to be superb.
The printing and free distribution of souvenir football
programs . . . The Holiday Hop and the lovely Christmas
decorations . . . The hustle of the TOXVER Ad Campaign
. . . The many prizes . . . The packed house for the Van
Dyke Spring Swing . . . The overnight at Camp Calvert
- all of these activities were part of the Mount TOYVER
program for 1960. And amidst them all, the Tower Staff
produced the 1960 TOVVER, record of your year. The
production of the yearbook is an exacting task, requiring
the cooperation of the entire school. VVe hope the 1960
TOYVER meets with your approval.
THE MICROSCOPIC EYE-of TOWER Editor-in-Chief Senior
jim DeBoy checks religious section of yearbook dummy.
TOWER STAFF-The members of the TOWER staff are-first
row, left to righl: B. Copenhaver, J. DeBoy, M. Grace, C.
Brookes. Serond Roux' F. Lipp, T. Levickas, L. Heidrick, Brother
Benedict, C.F.X., moderator, E. Plitt, P. DeBoy, C, Cherry, W,
Chase, M. Gilmartin.
TEAMXVORK - The TOXVERS business affairs are worked on by
Vfilliam Chase and Paul llefloy while Tom Levickas, thc husi-
ness manager, fhecks the results.
Records Our Growlh
MONEYMAKERS- The ad drive's results are tabulated, and it
appears Lo he a successful one. Checking the hgures are Editor
jim DeBoy and Charlie Brookes while Epp Plitt, Lou Heidrick,
and Mike Grace look on.
THIS ONE OKAY?-Year Book Staffmen F, Pl B
Copenhzwer, and M. Grace, choose TOXVER pictures
Blount Saint Joseph knows that athletics are
helpful only to the extent in which they aid in
the growth and development of the individual.
Through a comprehensive program in fifteen
dillerent sports. the students are given the oppor-
tunity to enjoy the wholesome rivalry of or-
Athletics at the Blount are under the capable
and energetic direction of Brother de Porres.
ahly assisted by Brother Kent in the first semes-
ter and Mr. Stanley Zaleski in the second
The TOYVER Staff wishes to express their
thanks to lack Eichhorn. Sports Editor of the
Quill, for the following articles reviewing the
ITS OURS AGAIN AT LAST-Mr. Woods,
varsity football coach, and Brother de Porres,
athletic director, show off the Catholic
Championship trophy to freshmen Tim Hart-
man and Mike McMenamen. The Catholic
Title returned to the Mount after a six-year
absence when the varsity football team defeated
Calvert Hall and Loyola in Brother cle Porres'
drst year as athletic director,
VARSITY FOOTBALL Front Rau left to right F Revella R
Kulwicki J Strasdauskas A Bednartzyk N Angelozzi J Rlley
R DeCarlo j Mulcare j Twamley H Carll Sefond Row j
Creamer F Stevenson R Borkowski E McCarthy D Valentine
R Riley L Carroll J Dvsyer j Miklasz Third Rau E Schoen
The 1959 Football Season proved to be a most re-
warding one for the Mount Gaels. Although their hopes
of an NI.S.A. crown were slackened by a hard-fought
6-0 defeat at the hands of the NIcDonogh gridders, the
Gaels still maintained their spirit and went on to a
Catholic Championship. Led by the running of Ron
DeCarlo, Hank Carll, Nick Angellozzi, and Jim Creamer,
and by a standout defensive team, the Gaels over-
powered the Cardinals of Calvert Hall by a 24-6 score.
Then sparked by the brilliant line play of four-year vet
lack Helm, the Gaels went on to edge the Dons of
Loyola 20-18 in a most exciting encounter and cop the
Catholic Championship Crown
DETOUR Ron DeCarlo goes high to swipe the ball from the
grasp of the Loyola receiver Rons interception aided the Gaels
in their thampionship win over the Dons as we won 2018 in a
born mgr D Schroeder R Cudnik J Helm C Delpi J Ring
M Tirocchi N Sabatmo D Rohleder P DeBoy mgr Fourth
Rou E Waldron mgr Mr Eugene Nieberlem E Waller C
Rehak Mr Victor Wfoods J Sekora R Bellamy Mr Benjamin
Petnlli M Atkinson mgr
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QUEEN KATHLEEN- Honor Society President Phil Pierpont crowns Kathy Quinn of
Trinity Prep Queen of the Mount. Flanking the queen are her court left to right: Carol Young
of I.N.D., Pat Monaghan of Seton, Corine Dignan of Mt. DeSales, Mary Ann Corbett of Mt. St.
Agnes, and Betty Loring of Catholic High.
RILEY'S ON THE RUN-Gael Quarterback, Bob Riley takes off around his own right end
with jack Helm leading the way. Despite Boh's fine passing and running, the Black Knights
defeated the Mount for the first time since 1949.
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huddle yust before the start of the Edmondson game
Bob Riley and Nitk Angelozzx discuss some strategy
as Mike Tirocchi, Coach Wtxtwds, and joe Twamley look
anxiously at the opposition. The Gaels went on to de-
feat the Redskins hy a score of 22 to 6 to hand the
Braves their first defeat of the season.
T. D. BOUND-VC'ith Nick Angelozzi and Colin Delpi
showing the way, junior Halfhack Hank Carll goes
around left end for good yardage against Loyola. Hank's
running was a hig factor in the Mount'S 20-I8 win over
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T. O'Toole, R. Ogden, F, Colotta, J. Russo, D. Foit. Second Roux'
J. Asplen, G. Stankis. C, Rowenherg, J. Bartnik, C. Petchik, J.
Aclclabba, P. Russell, J. Burrows, J. Donahue. Third Roux' Brother
Under the capable direction of their new coach, Mr.
Zaleski, the Mount JV turned in a very impressive per-
formance for the 1959 season. The team was letl by the
accurate passing of sophomore Rich Mitchell and by a
rugged line of Russo, Chirumbole, Kearney, Trust, and
Morraye. Two of their three wins gave them the Catho-
lic Title. They trouncecl Calvert Hall 20-0 and Loyola
12-0. The Junior Gaels also knocked off McDonogh 22-20
in a thrill-packed game. Their two losses were to Severn
and Gilman by scores of 6-0 and 40-0 respectively.
Thomas, C.F.X., P. Coleman, J. Weinkamp, R. Chirumbole, A.
Jarcynski, L. Spanial, J. Grittith, Mr. John Miller. Fourth Rau'-
P. Dietz, J. Rassa, W, Clody, B. Brown, Mr. Stan Zaleski, G.
Fromm, R, Mitchell, J, Dyer.
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IN THE LIMELIGHT-J.V. Coach, Mr.
Stan Zaleski, has a few well-chosen words
for his charges during halftime of the
Loyola game. The talk had a good effect
as the Junior Gaels went out to trounce
their opponents from Blakefield.
A LA UNITAS TO BERRY-Behind
tremendous blocking, Quarterback Rich
Mitchell hits Jerry Fromm with a "look
in" pass. This combination helped greatly
in the J.V. gridders' victory over Loyola.
GAEL FOOTBALL-First Row, left to right: C. Johnson, E.
Kallas, T. Reamy, J, Iampieri, J, Dew, R. Dignan, D. DeMuth
Second Row: Brother Carey, C.F.X., M. Stafford, O. Roughnedt, J
Eikenber, J. Reilly, T, Vash, J. Stasiowski, P. Bell, mgr.
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SENSATIONS-Leff: Jim Dew does it
again as he snags another pass for the Little Gaels. Beloux' Robert
Brown takes off down the field, goal line hound, wirh Southern
players in hot pursuit.
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a respectable slate of four wins and four losses for the
gridiron campaign of 1959. J. Dew called the signals at
quarterback and was aided in the hackfield by Nl.
Stafford, Eikenberg, M. Murray, and Glenn. Two of
the losses were at the hands of Gilman and City. Besides
overpowering Forest Park, the Gaels also managed to
conquer Catholic rivals Loyola and Calvert Hall.
Third Roux' R. Brown, M. Moran, G, Jones, W. Brown, T. Mack,
W. Reuling, M. Murray, Fourth Row: J. Murray, G. Hare, J.
Wise, F. Duffy, W. Wills, R. Sears, J. Glenn.
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Doetzer, D. Warnecker, A. Sheridan, J. Crandell. Sefond Row: J. A. Tripp, mgr, F, Delvecchio, Brother Talbot CFX Mr john
Campbell, j. Mackert, S. Amato, D, Keating, G, Giganti, B. Plevyak, J. Kircher, H. Ebelke, S. McCann, mgr
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the 1959 campaign. Mr. Plevyak was left with only
three veterans, Sam Amato, Denis Crabowski, and John
Mackert, with whom he had to develop a team. Al-
though they spent the season mostly in rebuilding, the
team did have four wins to their credit. They beat both
Edmondson and Forest Park twice, while losing to all the
other teams in the league. The star of the team was
senior Denis Grabowski. Denny had the honor of being
chosen on the first team of the All M.S.A. Soccer Squad.
With the experience of the 1959 season in back of them,
the Mount Booters look forward to a more successful
LOOK-OUT- Sam Amato appears to be mistaking his opponent's
head for the ball in this soccer action at City. Viewing the near
decapitation are G. Giganti and J, Campbell while D. Keating
watches from the background.
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J.V. SOCCER-Firxl Row, left to right: R. Bendler, X. Stachura,
J. Griggs, H. DeLeon, J. Taylor, N. Wazczenko. Second Row: J.
Russell, D. Zalenka, T, Lawler, R, Lentz, NI. Lauer, A. Mank,
J. Bartkowiak. Third Row: Brother Talbot, C.F.X., J. Wade, B.
Kropp, C. Smith, C. Smith, M. Hollard, G. McCleary, Mr. John
Plevyak: Fourlla Row: L. Hooper, mgr, A. Tripp, mgr, W. Ma-
guire, P. Chrobacinski, C. Brazier, W. Strubel, J. Rote, S. McCann,
The 1959 Junior Varsity Soccer Team, with an over-
all record of 4-7-1 and a Catholic championship to their
credit, had a very successful season. The team was led by
the hustling of center Al Mank and by veterans Chuck
Smith, Charlie Brazier, Bernard Kropp, Joe Rote, and
lean Bill Strubel. Their wins were over Calvert Hall,
twice, City 3-2 and Edmondson 3-1. They lost twice
to Poly, Patterson, and Mervo, and once to City.
VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY-First Row, left to rigbf: T.
Guercio, E. Cashour, R, Bettendorf, F. Moritz, F. Kasper, Serond
Roux' A. Lanza, mgr, R. Nicolaus, D. Voith, T. Jeffers, P, Strow,
Brother Andre, C.F.X,
J.V. CROSS COUNTRY-First Row, left to right: R. Wehner,
W. O'Donnell, J. Bohnet, H. Purnell, J. Moritz, J, Joyce,
J. Latchford, N. Schlag. Serond Row: J. Sheeler, mgr, E. Dohler,
A. Bolard, W. Lutche, T. O'Keeffe, D. Gurry, T, Hurst, J.
Fiedler, Brother Andre, C.F.X.
Sparked by the expert rolling of Tom XVilliams
and Bryan Mueller, the Mount Bowling Team
won the M.S.A. crown with a record of 23-7.
XVith an average pin fall of 498 pins a game.
the team edged Calvert Hall, who had a 21-9
slate. The team was coached by Brothers More
and Thomas. directors of the intramural howling
leagues which rolled each Monday and Thurs-
PINBUSTERS-Mount intramural stars talking over
their scores are, left to right: C. Smith, L. Seebarger, R.
Farley, M. Mollary, M. Fitzgibbons, M. Poiter, R. Abe-
gill, J. Wessel, J. Bennett.
THE BOBBSEY TWINS - Bob Bouse and Bob Johnston,
two stalwarts of the Mount's intramural bowling league,
send the pins flying,
CATHOLIC CHAMPS-The 1960 Mount Bowlers who
copped the Catholic title are: First Row, left to right: R.
Bouse, T. Williams, T, jones. Serond Roux' B. Mueller,
R. Johnston, Brother More, C.F.X., R. Silanskas, R.
The Mount Varsity Cross Country team fin-
ished their 1959 campaign ranking as 5th in the
city. The team was led by two of the finest run-
ners in the city. Denny Voith and Tom Cuercio.
These boys were backed up by promising har-
riers Tom Jeffers. Fran Moritz. and Pat Strow.
The IV, not faring so well as the varsity in
ranking eighth in the city, had a mediocre
j.V. BOW'I.ERSiThe Mount j.V. Bowling Team:
First Row, left to right P. Price, R. Burkhardt. Second
Roux' T. Kelly, Brother More, C.F.X,, F. Neville, F.
ED CAGEID THIS CARIJINAI.-Wfith a doubtful look, Calvert
Hall's jim Henneman tries to drive past Ed Burchell without much
THE MOUNTS TOXVFR Oli STRENGTH-Big Noel Sabatino
goes high in the air to clear the boards against Loyola. Noel's
rebounding and scoring was the highest of the 1959-60 basket-
Because of lack of experience. the Mount Basketball
Team compiled a poor log for the 1959-60 basketball sea-
son. This was a rebuilding year and the new young
coach, Mr, Gene Nieberlein. played many juniors to give
them much needed experience for next year. The Gael
cagers credited but two victories, suffering eighteen
losses. They triumphed over Forest Park. 42-38. and
edged Calvert Hall in a squeaker, 45-44. The team was
paced by veterans Noel Sabatino and Jack Helm. Noel
was the leading scorer and rebounder, showing marked
improvement over his performance of last year. The
bright spot of the season was the surprising play of soph-
omore Buzz Chaney, who should be a valuable asset to
next year's team. Buzz, along with Helm, Sabatino, and
Nlike Tirocchi. played on the Catholic All Star Five.
HEADS l'P! - Noel Sahaiino is wr ro rap the hall to Buzz Chaney TIME OUT-jack Helm, Buzz Chaney, and Mike Tirocchi lislcn
on the opening jump of the Towson Catholic game. john Kirchur, as Mr, Nieberlein gives some timely zips while Brother clePorres
lid Iiurghcll, and jack Helm are ready Lo help out. looks on during the Loyola game.
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DETERMINATION-Russ Fabiszak barges in to take a
rebound away from his T.C. opponent as james Glenn
reaches over to help.
IIIGH-FLYING CIAEL ---Rich Mitchell tluars the boards
against lfdnionclson as john Cashour and Lou Schneider
look on, Rich was the leading.: scorer .ind to-taptain of
the junior Gaels,
-I.V. BASKbTBAl.L-Ifirsl Row, lcfl to rigbl: XV. Grewe,
Cashour, F. Fabiszak, R. Mitchell, T. Rulmwiuz, R. XX"olff. Second
Roux' E. Vfestfall, j. Glenn, M. Corbett, J. Asplen, N. Schlag,
T. O'Keeffe, L. Schneider, lwlr. john Plevyak.
The 1959-60 junior Varsity llasltctball Team comprised
an overall record of 9-9 and a league record of 6-6. Led
by the scoring of Russ Fabiszak, john Cashonr. Rich
Mitchell. Xlike Corbett. and Bill Crewe, the cagers de-
feated all Catholic league rivals and. among the public
schools, dumped City. Dunbar. and Forest Park, This
team was a spirited one, and some of the boys should
be top prospects for next year's varsity.
MIGHTY-MITIC--Aliitsh Krebs lays in two points as his Gilman
defenders look sadly on. Rich, a furious competitor, played in
excess of his small frame and was the mainstay of Mr. Keary's
team throughout the season.
STFFR CLEAR e- Pat Gartland goes above the outstretched hand
of Bill Maguire to pull down a rebound against Gilman. This duo
formed a potent rebounding team for the Freshman Basketballers.
Under their new coach, Mr. YVilliam Keary, the
Freshman Basketball Team had a creditable season
with a 6 and 6 record. The Freshman Team is always
plagued by inexperience because there are no returning
veterans to lead the squad. Moreover, the best fresh-
men invariably play for the JV Team to gain valuable
experience in faster competition.
Bill Maguire and Pat Cartland paced the Freshmen
Basketballers with their good rebounding and steady
scoring. Richie and Joe Krebs distinguished themselves
as excellent ball-handlers, and Jim Dew showed himself
as a good all-around player.
FRFSHBIAN BASKETBALL-First Row, left lo right: P. Fischer,
P. Brennan, R. Krebs, J. Krebs, J. Dew, J. Poisal. Second Row:
W. Maguire, J. McAdam, J. Gubernatis, Mr, William Keary, N.
Orefice, F. Bossle, P. Gartland.
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ln their initial year of competition the Xlount
Rifle Team compiled a most noteworthy slate of
nine wins and three losses. Two of these losses
were to longstanding NI.S.A. Champion Poly
and the other to Calvert Hall. The top marksmen
on the squad were Captains Nlartin Schlining
and lames Cilley. These two were ahlv assisted
by Rick Schlag, Roger Broadwater, john Blotsko.
Mike YVilliams, lerry Sears, and Brookes lohn-
son. Very much credit for their fine record is
due to coach Mr. XVebster and Brother Dominic.
who had to develop a team that was without any
previous experience. In previous years Mr.
XVebster's expert coaching guided Poly to many
of their wins, and it is hoped that through his
help the Mount will be able to take the cham-
pionship away from them next year.
HFRFS HOW IT'S DONE--Rich Miceli, jim Gilley,
and Mike Williams watch attentively as Mr. XVehster
explains the intricate workings of the rifle.
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S Runge, J, Motsko. Seroml Roux' Mr. George XVcbstcr, B, johnson, M. Schlcnning. target undt-r the w.itthful eye of Brother
Gilley, M, Vi'illiams, R. Broacwatcr, Brother Dominic, C.F.X. Dominic. Marty was one of the top marksrnen
for thu Cfacl Sharpsliooters,
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The sensational Mount Swimming Team again
captured the M.S.A. dual meet title. This was the
fifth consecutive year that the mermen have
accomplished this feat. The squad was spear-
headed hy jim Forrester, backstroke NI.S.A.
champ, and jim Nlaldeis, 200 yd. freestyle and
individual M.S.A. champ. Nlaldeis performed the
almost impossible task of going undefeated
throughout his four years on the swimming
team. In the National Catholics Forrester ranked
third in the breast-stroke and went undefeated
through the season. Other standouts were Fred
Lipp, butterflyerg Lee Hellman, freestylerg Doug
Kottraba, backstrokerg and Keats Baugher and
Martin Schnuit, breast-strokers.
In the most important encounter of the sea-
son the natators edged a dangerous Poly squad,
45-41, to almost clinch the title. Their record of
11-0 was nothing short of spectacular and
pleased their excellent coach, Xlr, XValter Hurley,
to the fullest.
SPEED DFMUNS- I.ee Hellman and Charley Brooks forge ahead of their
Poly opponents in the 100 yard freestyle. Lee and Charley finished first
and second to give the Mount 8 points in our 45-41 victory over the
CONGRATlfI.ATIONS-Messrs. Hurley and Baugher seem to have high
spirits despite their dunking by our victorious M.S.A. champs as they re-
ceive congratulations from our athletic director, Brother dePorres. Brother
seems doubly happy that he escaped their slightly moist fates.
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F. Lipp, D. Kottraba, W. McNamara, J. Kelley, K. Baugher, J.
Smith. Second Row: L. Hellman, C. Brookes, M, Caulk, H. Devlin,
FABULOUS FREDDY-Fred Lipp strokes to another victory
in the butterfly. After a very promising freshman year, Fred really
came into his own as a soph and suffered only two defeats all
Forrester, Lipp, Hellman, and Kottraba will be
counted on very much next season in order to insure
another title. Fred Lipp turned in an outstanding sea-
son, being defeated only once by Hugh Lupien of Poly.
Lee Hellman displayed particular ability in the 50 yd.
freestyle and also won a winning berth on the medley
relay for the BI.S.A.,s. Backing up Forrester in the back-
stroke was Doug Kottraba. Next year, Doug will have
to hold down the breast-stroke so "Fish" can take over
some other event.
MACS BACK!-Senior Bill MacNamara does his backflip that
helped him win fifth place in the M.S.A. Diving Championships.
D. Fields, J. Hay, j. Maldeis. Third Roux' Mr. Harry Baugher, P.
Maher, T, Bolton, M. Schunitt, J. Keaveney, D, Schroeder, C.
Brooks, J. Forrester, Mr. Walter Hurley.
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win, the Mount XVrestling Team entered
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feated Douglas in the opener, 26-13.
XVith the skill and knowledge of new
coach Ben Petrilli to guide them, the
Gael grapplers had a successful season
in compiling a log of 5-3-l. ln its striving
for recognition, the squad was led by
seniors Alex Schilpp and Bob Riley.
Other victories of the year were over
Loyola, 34-6, City, 17-4, Edmondson.
22-12, and Patterson. The losses were at
the hands of Southern, Dunbar, and
SENIOR WRESTLERS-First Row, left to
right: J. Crandall, mgr, M. Stevenson, A.
Schilpp. Second Row: X. Narurowicz, j. Mack-
ert, mgr, R. Riley, j. Miklasz.
UNDFRCLASS WRFSTLERS Fnst Rou left to ngbl B Baker T Dlmaggio j Gr1ggs,J.
lampieri J Rlles R Meek Sefond Rau W Wrightson C Heffernan J Diulcare J Moylan,
Mr Ben Petrilli Tbzrd Rau j Moran j Tvsamles C Delpx M Stevenson T Baranowski.
G-R-R-R- Displaying a fine set of cuspids, Colin Delpi YOU'RE TWISTING MY ARM -Says this Patterson wrestler as Alex
ties up his Edmondson opponent using his leg as a rope. Schilpp applies a little pressure with this armlock while the referee
Colin's win helped the cause as the Gaels won a 22 to waits for someone to say "uncle", Alex's many victories helped pace
12 victory over the Redskins, the Gaels to their first winning season in several years.
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proved himself as one of the most outstanding boys at the Mount
in every way.
VARSITY BASEBALL-First Row, left lo right: A. Mank, T.
Colebrook, L. Heffernan, R, Barco, J. Riley, S. Coco, J. Mutschler.
Serond Roux' R. Gilbert, R. Riley, S. Amato, M. Gaynor, M. Atkinf
Starting the season with high hopes of eopping the
BI.S.A. crown, the Nlount Baseball Team managed only
to compile a win and loss slate of 9-7. The mound corps
was led by Ed Burehell, who hurled consistently good
ball throughout the campaign. The top slugger on the
team was center-fielder Bren Asplen who was chosen on
the first team of the Sunpapers' All Maryland Team. A
big surprise of the year was the performance of fresh-
man catcher John Burrows. XVith three more years of
NI.S.A. baseball ahead of him, Iohn should develop into
a great star for the Mount.
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R. Mitchell, E. Burchell, Mr. john Plevyak, E. Crown, j. jezorek.
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ceives the throw, thwarting the Loyola player's bid for a hit,
SAM'S SQUEEZE-It's not even close as Bob Riley and Sam
Amato team up to work the squeeze play to perfection.
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the L'-2, the tension is muunling as Nlr, l'lm'y.1l-4. julm llnzr. M,
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wood on the hall against Southern, Reports are that Buzzy was
rounding third when this one hit the ground deep in center field.
SMOOTH SOPH-Tom Gately, leading j.V. hurler of the year,
follows through on this serve.
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chaki, T. Nichols, W. Bariolomeo, D. Foit, D. Campbell, J.
Russo. Serond Row: R. McClung, mgr, T. Baily, W. Reuling, M.
The 1960 JV Baseball team had a poor season. C0111-
piling a record of 6 wins and 8 losses. The big difficulty
was too much winter. The JV Baseballers had only
three days to get in shape after the final cuts were made
because of the delayed cold weather. Shortstop Mike
Corbett was the surprise freshman of the season. Tom
Cately and Tom Bailey did much of the pitching while
Joe Peluso was the regular catcher. First baseman Buzz
Chaney supplied most of the batting punch while cov-
ering the initial sack very efficiently, He was aided at
the plate by third baseman Tim Nichols and Ioe Peluso,
who got some very timely hits.
Dyer, T. Gately, P. Brennan, C. Morrison, J. Budzik, M, Moran,
W. Blackert, mgr. Third Row: J. Asplen, J. Peluso, j. Fitzgerald,
E. Dietz, M. Corbett, C. Chaney.
SOPH STAR - XY'hile only a sophomore, Ricky
Schlag is the number one player for Brother Q, gli?
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Stevenson, W. Smith, N. Schlag. Seroml Row: C. Dorn, M, Murray, T. Dayhnll, mgr,
Brother Sylvan, C.F.X., I., McCanna, W. Chase.
The 1960 Mount Tennis Team, with assistance from several new-
comers, managed to lmve n successful season. The top netters of the
' squad were senior lim Xluldeis. junior Larry NIcCnnna1. soplioinore Rick
Schlag, and freshmen lim Stevenson and Neil Schlng. Practicing con-
tinually on the Mountis newly resurfnced courts. the rzicketlnen finished
,W S ' T if their campaign with a I3-3 slate.
Headed by the consistently good playing of the O'Donnell twins,
Tim and Iim, the 1960 Mount Golf Team ended the year with a fine 'V
record of 5-5-1. The duffers started the season by stomping Edmondson
and Mervo Tech and finished it by trouncing Towson Catholic.
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DUFFERS-The members of the Mount's 1960 Golf Team are-left lo right: j.
Motsko, -I. O'Donnell, Brother Aubrey, C.F.X.,,T, O'Donnell, and M. Stafford.
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MOUNT MILER-- Denny Voith crosses the finish line far ahead
of anyone else to capture the mile run. A three year Varsity runner,
Denny was M.S.A. champ in his specialty.
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no problems for Nick Angelozzi and Rich Maher as they finish
one-two against Forest Park.
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O'Donnell, N. Angelozzi, T. Guercio, J, Lilley, P. Pierpont, R.
Decker. Setond Row: J. Joyce, mgr, R. Maher, R. Bettendorf, T.
Jeffers, X. Narurowitz, R. Staley, mgr, H. Carll, F. Kasper, D.
Young, E. Waller, J. Sheeler, mgr. Tbirrl Roux' R. Nicolaus, J.
Dyer, E. Dohler, Mr. Stanley Zaleski, L. Carroll, D. Voirh, N.
XVith the aid of the distance and weight men the
Mount Track Team had a respectable 1960 season, As
usual, Denny Voith was a standout in the mile and went
on to an Nl.S.A. championship. Likewise, Tom Cuercio
had an exceptionally fine season running the half-mile.
The strongest point of the team, however, was its weight
throwers, composed of Noel Sabatino, jim Creamer, Lee
Carroll, and Hank Carll.
After losing their opener in a heart-breaker to fl
talent-laden St. johifs of XVashington. the Blount thin-
clads came back and edged Blervo and Patterson Park.
After this, they dropped three straight meets in league
competition. These were to Dunhar. 11035 to 93354 Poly,
1:2335 to 80354 and Edmondson. 123 to 91, They repelled
to these with a win over Forest Park but lost their last
meet to Douglass.
ON THE LAKNCHING PAD-M.S.A. shot put and discus
champ, Noel Sahatino sends thc 12-pound shot into orhir,
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FIRST LAP -- Tom Guercio takes off on the
against Dunbar as Don Valentine waits his turn,
first lap of the mile relay
UP AND OVER --Pole Vaulter Jim Creamer soars
over the har with case. jim was a constant winner in
the pole vault for three years and this is only one of the
many reasons he was voted the outstanding athlete of
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SITTING DOWN ON THE JOB-J.V, High jumper Pat Gart-
Iand just barely nicks the bar on this attempt.
HE DIDNT DUCK HERE-Since Brother Kurt wasn't around, Terry
O'Keeffe, 2A's gift to the j.V. Track Team, can break the tape standing
up for another victory in the 880. Terry was undefeated in dual meet
440 FLASH-Colin Delpi crosses the finish line for another vic-
tory in the 4-ill yard dash as lid McCarthy finishes third. Colin
was undefeated in dual meet competition and finished second in
the M.S.A. championships.
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mainstay, is also fast on dry land as he leads the pack in the final
lap of the mile run. Terry Hurst and Jim Bohnet are close on his
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Rote, T. Brennan, H. Purnell, J. Hollis, J. Bohnet, R. Bendler, J. Deme
ski, Ramon Torry. Serond Roux' P, Bell, J. Adams, A. Lanza, J.
Lawyer, C. Faulkner, H. Kearney, W. O'Donnell, R. Garvey, G. Giganti,
V. Sexton. Third Roux' E. Cashour, R. Althoff, J. Schaefer, A. de la
Hoz, J. Gubernatis, G. Stankis, M. Grow, E. McCarthy, I.. Spaniol,
C. Cusic, T. O'KeefTe, J. Eikenberg. Fonrtb Row: R. Rolfes, G. Hare,
T. Baxter, C. Braungart, R. Morraye, R. Siewierski, N, Quaglione, mgr,
J. Kearney, D. Gurry, R, Eisenhart, G. Fromm, J. Grega, M. Trattner.
Fiftb Row: P. Gartland, Peter Schoultz, C. Delpi, D. Stone, Brother
Andre, C.F.X., J. Forrester, M. Co0per, T. Hurst, H. Ebelke.
DID I REALLY FLIINK PHYSICS?-Asks Gil Morris Q
as he introduces his lovely date to Brother Julius, If J p
we know Brother Julius, he probably answered with
tongue in cheek, "You sure did."
May 20-the day of the mad rush. From the time
school let out. juniors could be seen scurrying away
rapidly, picking up corsages. racing for newly-pressed
suits. polishing cars, all the while wondering if the Prom
would be over when they arrived! Although they were
worried, our third year Mountmen and their charming
dates arrived at the Southern in plenty of time.
Dancing to the dreamy music of the Savoys in the
sparkling ballroom, drifting out on the breezy terrace
overlooking the harbor, or exchanging pleasantries and
chit-chat with the Brothers, the boys and their dates
found the evening passed much too quickly - surely an
evening to remember.
A GREAT FAVORV- junior Class Ollicers Hank Carll and joe
Colly and their dates admire the girls' charming souvenirs of the
junior prom, while Mr, and Mrs. Carll, chaperones, and Brother
Marcus look on.
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STAR GAZFRS- Members of the Class of 1961 ilflll their lovely
dates gaze from the 14th floor of the Southern Hotel out over
the star-filled skies of Baltimore City, hoping the enchanting
evening will never end.
RlfAl.LY l,Lli:XSl5Df.'Xre these three charming
Ormrotl, Don Prager. and Brian Mueller, They
these favors of the junior prom with their very
must remember tonight.
JUNIOR STANDOKTS - john Kireher, -Ioe Colly, joe Twamlei, Sal Coco, and oc 'Nlutsthler
and their dates pause for refreshments between the melodious offerings of the basoss at the
junior prom. These Mountmen distinguished themselxes on the dance floor gut ts well .ls
they did on the athletic Helds.
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AN AEFAIR TO REMEMBER -Tom Tacka and Mark Vincent sway their lovely dates to the
music of the Savoys at the junior prom. An event awaited for three years, the junior prom is
the zenith of all the expectations of the junior Mountmen.
BEAMING BROTHERS - Smiling
happily that the junior prom has been
a gala affair, Brothers Talbot, Bren-
dan, Ferrer, Gerald, Kurt, julius,
Thomas, and Marcus take home the
table decorations for use in the
Mount Chapel. Brother Marcus, junior
guidance director, is largely respon-
sible for the junior prom's tremend-
Class President Hank Carll gleefully
glances at his date as Brother Pastor
compliments the beauty and charm of
all the dates of the junior Mount-
men. Brother's inspiring words added
greatly to the enjoyment of this most
PROMINENT PARENTS-Mr, Hurwitz catches the junior Prom Ch.tper.
ones Mr, and Mrs. Colly, Mrs. Carll, Mrs, O'CtmneIl, Mrs. Delpi, Mr.
O'Connell, Mr. Delpi, and Mr, Carll conferring with Brothers Thomas,
Cuthbert, Julius, and Gerald.
TOWER' TOAST- Don Treshman and Marty Schlining, capable TOXVER
photographers, are caught on the other side of the, shutters with their
lovely dates toasting the success of the 1960 junior prom.
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Pizza and submarine parties . . . the early rising during Lent . . . the six-man
games . . . the Christmas party . . . the blacklist . . . the friendships made
. . . club clean-up . . . the Sisters . . . requests for extra study . . . the
trips . . . the solicitude and help of the Brothers . . . voluntary Daily Blass . . .
the excellent education received -these were the memories mentioned by the
seniors in their farewell speeches at the resident banquet- memories of a life
that was full, broadening. and rich -a life that was unique - Resident Life at
The Residents-often maintaining a family tradition-in a unique way
preserve the traditions and spirit of the Mount. Living close to the Blessed
Sacrament, and guided and inspired by the Brothers. the residents are able in a
special way to foster that Christlike manliness which is the characteristic mark
of a Mountman. Under the efhcient and firm guidance of Brother Damian and
his staif, they develop that mature Christian self-discipline and spirit of coop-
eration which will enable them to live as fruitful Sons of the Church.
POST COMMUNION-Father Myles Whalen purifles
the chalice, aided by altar boys Ed Waller and joe
CHECKING IN-- Brother Damian, Director of Resi-
dents, patiently awaits the boys' return from a week-end
at home. Ever busy, Brother puts his name to another of
Q13 IN CORNER POCKET--Arthur Schuettinger
calls his shot, but Skip Waldrtmn looks dubious as to
the outcome, Looking at bit more optimistic are Marshall
Clowser and Bill Hannan.
SIX-MAN FOOTBALLERS-Resident gridders are-
Firsf Row, left to right: C. Hotze, XV. Smith, M. Clow ser,
J. Genga, R, Waller. Seroml Roux' J. Friel, A. Schuet-
tinger, R. Pajak, T. Pajak, F. Narutowicz, VU. Hogarth.
Third Row: R. Gilbert, manager, j. Barry, Brother More,
C.F.X,, coach, P. Schoultz.
FIRST LADY-President joe Barry, of Kappa Chi, that is, proudly pre-
sents his charming and beautiful date to Brother Barrel, Senior Guidance
Director, at the Senior Prom. joe was the chairman of the resident delegation
at the Prom.
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Smith, j. Dyer, E. Waldrimn. Serond Row: Brother Regis, C.F.X., coach, J. Peluso, V. Tolson,
J. Steigelman, E. Panella.
SANTA CLAUS -- Resident Santa, Mr, Zaleski, has a big
present for Henry Kearney during gift presentations at the
resident Christmas party. We hope Henry put the basket
of leaves to good use.
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The 1960 Senior Prom is a magic term that
meant something very special to some two
hundred Blount Seniors. This was the dance they
had awaited for four years. The beautiful
Crystal Ballroom at the Emerson Hotel, the en-
chanting music of the Rivers Chambers Orches-
tra, and the dreamy atmosphere of Prom night
combined to make the 1960 Senior Prom an en-
joyable and lasting memory.
The four magic hours between 9:00 p.m. and
1:00 a.m. passed entirely too fast. As the Seniors
danced with their lovely dates, they made an
impressive sight. The girls were presented with
beautiful necklaces as a charming remembrance
of this lovliest night of the year. May 27, 1960,
will always linger in the memory of the class of
CHFERFUL TRIO -- Bill McNamara introduces Joanne
to Brother Thomas at the senior prom, Brother's ever
present smile has rubbed off on everyone on this joyous
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and Mrs. Bouse, Mrs. Boemmel. Standing: Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson, and Mr. Boemmel, chat
with Brother Barrel at the senior prom.
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THEY COULD HAVE DANCED ALI. NIGHT-Mountmen and their dates dance to the
music of the Rivers Chambers Orchestra, The 1960 senior prom passed too fast as these Gaels
and their gals wished the night would never end. All good things must come to a close, hut
the senior prom will always be remembered.
PRESIDENTS TRIBUTE-Gene Corbett, 1959 Senior Class President, assists as his date
gave a bouquet of roses to the date of jim Creamer, 1960 Class President,
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A1 Schilpp seem as comfortable in the tuxes as they
did in their wrestling tugs as they pose with their dates
at the senior prom,
Momenfs To Remember
POLL XVINNIERS - Ernie Remy,
voted the shortest in the senior class
poll, joshes "I-larry" Hittel ahout his
"Toni", as Hilary XY'ade, Bill Ho-
garth, jim Lilly and their dates enjoy
the joke. lwrnie claims that if Harry's
peculiar pompadour were removed.
Harry would easily have captured
the vote. Harry plans to capitalize on
his discovery that hair styles can re-
place elevator shoes.
ITS ONLY A MEMORY NOW-
As Bill Hart, Marty Schnuit, 'lim
O'Donnell, Mike Smith, and Don
Strauss lead their lovely dates down
the stairs of the Emerson Hotel, they
know that the 1960 senior prom will
always be a memorable event in their
high school careers.
PROM POSIERS-joe Frank, john
Bean, and Al Bednarczyk. pose with
their lovely dates for Mr. Hurwitz's
camera at the senior prom. This tri-
umphant trio are only a few of the
many mirthful Mountmen who en-
joyed this night of nights.
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Brother Conrad presents Brooks john-
son and Mark O'Neill to Father
Manuel R. Roman, our former spirit-
ual director. Father Roman delivered
the Commencement address to the
graduates at the Exercises. Brooks and
Mark both received Certihcates of
Merit for their fine work in the Merit
SPIRITED SEKORA-john Sekora
receives the Fathers' Club Award for
exceptional school spirit over a period
of four years from Bishop Hannan.
john, besides being a standout per-
former for the Varsity Football Team,
added his artistic touch to the Pep
Rally Committee and the Poster Club.
He will always be remembered for his
fine performance as the elderly Os-
borne in journeys End.
With Their Guidance . . .
To the Class of 1960, june 3 was the most
important night in their high school careers.
The Seniors - two hundred and sixteen strong -
filed down the aisle of the Lyric Theater in their
final hour as Blount Students. Our chaplain,
Father Nlyles NVhelan, C.P., gave the invocation
calling down C-od's blessing on the Class of 1960.
The Xlost Beverend Philip Nl. Hannan, D.D.,
Auxiliary Bishop of YVashington, presented the
diplomas and awards. And our former Spiritual
Director. Father Nlanuel B. Boinan. gave a
most practical and sincere address to the gradu-
ates. Bishop Hannan was assisted bv our Head-
master, Brother Pastor. and our Director of
Studies, Brother Conrad. All who filled the
Lyric on that happy night could be justly proud
that the Class of 1960 were ending their careers
at the Nlouut as true Illtfll of St. joseph.
We Have Reachecl
After the special awartls were presentecl. Brother
Pastor announcecl the scholarships and grants won hy
the class of 1960. Twenty-five seniors won over forty
scholarships to keep up the Blount tratlition of scholastic
merit. Leading the class as scholarship winner was
Brooks johnson with five to his creclit. Brooks antl
Mark O,Neil were also finalists in the National Merit
Scholarship competition. Charles Cherry, Gerard Lipin-
ski, and james Dt-Boy won full scholarships to St. johns,
johns Hopkins. and Loyola respectively, jack Heltn also
won a full athletic scholarship to Villanova University.
The Class of '60 also won ten Maryland State Teachers
Scholarships antl three Senatorial scholarships along
with fourteen letters of connnendation from the National
Nlerit Scholarship Program. The Class of 1960 are truly
grateful to their teachers for their constant help in
achieving these awards.
ARE WE READY?-A Brother Conrad, smiling happily in the
spirit of the occasion, makes his final check in the basement of
the Lyric Theater as the seniors line up for their positions in the
procession to the stage.
THE FINISHING TOUCH-Brother Cuthbert pins the carna-
tion on the lapel of Henry Romaguera while Rich Miceli and
john Coakley wait their turns. Brother gladly lent his assistance
to make the commencement a perfect affair.
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THE HOUR OF TRIUMPH-The grads of 1960 raise their
hands in a hurst of happy frenzy outside the Lyric Theater. To
the rigbl: jim Ring, an outstanding member of the 1960 class,
accepts his diploma from Bishop Ilannan.
FAREWELI. BUT NOT GOOD-BYE -james DeBoy delivers the
valedit-tory for the class of 1960. jim garnered a total nf sewn
awards on this night, awards well merited for his exceptional
spirit and work during the past four years.
XY'l'l.I, DONI1 Bishop llannan congrzlttilatcs Kenneth
Dawson on his excellent work in Cierman and in social
science, for yxhich Ken merited the Julius lliwfnmii Award
and the American Legion Award respectiyely. Ken. al'
ways an outstanding scholar during his four years ai
Mount St. joseph, tleliyered the salutatory address for
the graduating class, speaking on the responsibilities of
COURT SIQMINIONSI-No, these Bloummen have a
different type of certificate-their Mount St. joseph
diplomas. Their faces betray confused emotions of joy
and nostalgia as Bill Sullivan, Frank XValsh, joe Barry,
Marty Caulk, and Ernie Remy gaze at their signs of
The Editors and Staff of the 1960 Mount TOWER wlsh to pause
here to recognlze the many frlends who have asslsted us so generously ln
the productlon of our annual publlcatlon We wlsh to express our real
gratxtude to all to the Benefactors who contrlbuted Hfty dollars to the
Sponsors who gave twenty Hxe dollars to the Boosters who gave ten
dollars to the Patrons who gave five doll Irs and to our Frlends We are
A word to the students themselves The 1960 TOWER Stall was
overwhelmed w1th the sp1r1t the co operatlon and the enthuslasm the
student body showed IH thlS project We reckon lt as one of the greatest
dlsplays of co operatlon we saw durmg our four years at the Mount One
approve of what we have done wlth the support you gave us Thank
you very much
VERY REVEREND BROTHER NILUS C FX
GOVERNOR AND VIRS J MILLARD TAWES
VIAYOR AND MRS J HAROLD CRADY
THE ARCHER LAUNDRY CO
AMERICAN PROVINCE OF XAVERIAN BROTHERS
FATHERS CLUB OF MOUNT ST JOSEPH
CHARLES R HARTNETT JR and LESLIE MYFRS
426 S Macon
INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF TEAMSTERS
Washlngton D C
KWIK KAFE INC
Ralph Globus Preszdent
MR 84 MRS MICHAEL V LARDNER
108 Malbrook Rd
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MOTHERS' CLUB OF MOUNT ST JOSEPH
MOTOR SERVICE, INC
11 East 21st Street
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ROYAL DUNLOGGIN DAIRY
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STEWART'S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO
Howard and Lexington
and all, we thank you and congratulate you for your spirit. We hope you
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Brother oseph Gerard C F X
Mrs Francxs Kearney
12 Mrllcreek Terrace
Buick Opel DKW
Sales n Service
3333 Frederlck Ave
Balnmore 29 Md
Rev Robert C Keller
Holy Cross Church
Rev Cas1m1r F Keydash
Rev ohnj Ilgenfrrtz
St Pauls Church
Elllcott Clty Md
The Krrby Vacuum
ohn Eaton Repr
702 Frederick Rd
RI 4 2514
Koontz Creamery Inc
5600 Rersterstown Rd
LI 2 4300
Mr and Mrs Carl LaVerghetta
Lexmgton Market Merchants
Dr and Mrs A T LCV1Ck3S
Luncheon Cocktaxls Drnner
5244 York Rd
ID 3 9789
Loyola High School
The Lumber 84 Mrllwork Co of Baltxmore
5715 Southwestern Boulevard
Halethorpe Baltxmore 27 Md
Xaverlan Guild of Boston
Mars Super Market Inc
Angelo D Onna Prop
Mr and Mrs Wm McQuade
Brother Merxc C F X
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F W McAllister Co
110 W Fayette St
Baltxmore 1 Md
Mrschanton s Village Restaurant
4562 Edmondson Avenue
Caterers Commumon Breakfasts
Oyster Roasts and Weddmgs
Nates 8: Leons
Baltlmore s Favonte Eatmg Place
850 52 W North Ave
National Honor Soctety
Mount St oseph College
National Sportmg Goods Co nc
P L Nelms Treas
310 E Baltnmore St
Baltimore 2 Md
J Patrick ODonnell
Class of 1959
ODonnell Pontiac Inc
2709 17 Frederick Ave
Rt Rev Leo L Otterblen
Pastor of Holy Cross Parxsh
The Parlett Motor Co
Your Local Ford Dealer
Rt 40 and Rogers Ave
Ellncott Cnty Md
People s Electrncal Supply Co nc
The Pessagno Family
Mr and Mrs E A Queen
Compliments of Mr and Mrs Walter J Rasmussen
Realty Mortgage Corp
529 N Charles St
Mr and Mrs Cormelus Regan
Regan s Inc
2436 St Paul St
Baltimore 18 Md
Ridgeway Permanent Building 8: Loan Assn
Catonsvllle 28 Md
RI 4 0444
Rnvers Chambers Muslc Inc
2500 N Longwood St
Charles A Russell Co
104 Church Lane
Mr Carlo Sabatxno
Sllber s Bakery
Compliments of a Frxend
Mr and Mrs Adam Staslak
Uplands Apartments Inc
4625 Edmondson Ave
Vogel Rltt of Baltimore Inc
J A Jett Mgr
Compliments of a Friend
Wade s Tavern
3306 Washmgton Boulevard
Baltimore 27 Md
Wenck s Service Statlon
Washmgton Blvd and Caton
Baltlmore 30 Md
Compliments of a Frlend
B111 and Gene Iamplerl
Shop the Bestway Buy at Westway
5312 Edmondson Ave
Baltlmore 29 Md
Wxtzke Funeral Dnrectors
4101 Edmondson Ave
Ye Edmondson Vlllage
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2427 E Madlson Street
Rev A Leo Abendschoen
Mrs Marian Ablglll
8: C Motors
Complete Automotive Service
19 Bloomsbury Ave
RI 7 7240
4029 Frederxck Ave
Balttmore 29 Maryland
American Bar 81 Restaurant
601605 E Fort Ave
PL 2 9182
Mrs john Amrhem
Arbutus Excavatmg Company
1538 Sulphur Sprung Road
Arbutus Teen Center
Ash Sales Inc
711115 W Pratt St
Ashley Chevrolet Sales
Mr and Mrs Brennan Asplen
Athens Cle ners
Mr joseph Bach
Baltimore Nurses Exchange
108 S Athol Ave
Baltlmore Shade 84 Awnmg Company
2861 W Franklm St
Mr and Mrs F Irwm Banz
5507 Nuth Ave
Santo A Barco
39 Ltberty Parkway
B Bartkowtak and Famxly
816 South Luzerne Avenue
Mr james Barnhart
Mr and Mrs john Bartolomeo
10 Dtsney Ayenue
1517 Bethlehem Ayenue
Edyyard J Base
Bay Island Seafood
1903 W Pratt Street
2904 Hollms Ferrv Road
The Mtsses Peggy and Kay Bell
Mr and Mrs Olaf Bemdt
C P Bernhardt
Mr and Mrs loseph Blackert
Paulme B Bloom
4800 Curtis Avenue
The Blum Famxly
Mr and Mrs Wrlltam Borkowskx
Bowerman s Food Market
441 South Smallwood Street
Mtchael P J Brallsford
Mr and Mrs Paul Braungart and Famtly
345 N Beaumont Avenue
Fifth Avenue 8: Brentwood
Mr and Mrs Glen D Broadvyater
511 Baltimore and Annapolls Blvd
Glen Burme Maryland
Brooklyn Park Llquors Inc
5O06V2 Rltchte Hlghway
Baltrmore 25 Maryland
Mr and Mrs Harry Browning
Buckman s Men s Shop
Lnght and West Streets
Baltnmore 30 Maryland
7714 N Howard Street
Camp Saxnt loseph
Day Camp For Boys
Mr and Mrs C G Carroll
704 Carysbrook Road
Catonsvtlle Bakerv 81 Delrcatessen
500 Fdmondson Avenue
and Mrs Vernon C Chaney
Mr and Mrs Cltnton H Chase
205 Malden Choxce Lane
I Z Cxborowskr 81 Famlly
The Cxhak Famlly
7 lN lxenvyood Avenue
Mrs Grace Cxmbolo
4726 Amberley Avenue
Mr and Mrs Kenneth Clovy ser
2931 Ltberty Parkway
Columbla Auto Supply
Mtsses Nellte and Elrzabeth Conway
4511 Old Frederrck Road
County Sales Company
Storm Wmdows 8: Fences
AT 2 0990
Mr and Mrs Oltn F Copenhaver
111 South Stncker Street
Balttmore 23 Maryland
john D Crandell Sr
224 South Chester Street
The Crook Famlly
Holy Cross School
Brooklyn New York
Mr and Mrs lames Cudmk
229 South Robmson Street
Curns Bay Shell
4101 Pennington Avenue
Mr and Mrs lultus Dantelczyk
7151 Holabtrd Avenue
Mr and Mrs S Damloskt
M B Darrs MD
1446 South Charles Street
and Mrs Angelo DeCarlo
71 South Grundy Street
and Mrs F Ward DeGrange
Matt De Mano Real Estate
4412 Fredernck Avenue
Mllton 4 5861
Devyev s Barber Shop
2591 West Baltimore Street
john F Denny Inc
Mr and Mrs Joseph Dxgnan
Mr and Mrs Leonard DtPaula
2702 Allendale Road
Samuel S D1Magg1o jr
5515 Mav Street
Srlver Sprmg Maryland
Mr and Mrs Martxn A Doetzer
1407 Reynolds Street
john C Donohue
5603 Roland Avenue
Mr and Mrs G Robert Donovan
113 Boon Trail
Mr and Mrs Charles H Dorn
Mrs Phrltp Dougherty
Mr and Mrs Stanley A Dulskt
225 Arden Road
Mr and Mrs D Leonard Dyer
Mr and Mrs Henry Ebelke
137 North Highland Avenue
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2427 jefferson Street
Joseph B Ellns
1219 South Carey Street
Dr and Mrs John A Engers J
1429 Ktrkwood Road
Mr and Mrs Iohn A Engers
3702 Ellerslne Avenue
7174 Holtbtrd Avenue
AT 5 1300
Epstem 8: Sons
2008 W Pratt Street
Ervens Young Mens Shop
2100 West Pratt Street
Congressman George H Fallon
Mrs Gwendolyn Faulkner
2908 Huron Street
Mr and Mrs J P Ftddes
Mr and Mrs joseph Ftddes
Mr and Mrs john Ftedler
Mrs R C Fogarty
2731 Woodland Avenue
Mr and Mrs Ioseph Fotta
31 Lrberty Parkway
Dundalk 22 Maryland
john L and Cecnlta M Frank
Real Estate Agents
RI 4 4323
Mr and Mrs loseph Frank
8418 Downey Dale Drlve
Congressman Samuel N Frredel
Mrs M J Frtedl
Frtel lumber Company
Compllments of a Frtend
Robert P Fntzpatnck
111 South Stncker Street
Mr and Mrs G Flulhmann
740 North Denison Street
Charles Galczynskl Bakery
1914 Fleet Street
EAstern 7 4613
The Garden House
The Alameda Shoppmrz Center
Mr and Mrs R J Gardmer
Mr and Mrs Wtlltam A Gardmer
Congressman Fdward A Garmatz
627 Post Office Bldg
Mr and Mrs Wtllxam Garry
Mr and Mrs joseph M Garvey
J Norman Geme
Ftreproof Storage Inc
Mr and Mrs Harry Gxarclma
5627 Edmondson Avenue
Dr and Mrs B Charles Gtgantn
166 26 Powells Cove
Long Island New York
Walter H Gtllespte
Mr and Mrs Davtd H Gtlmartm
Gxttmgs Pleasure Club Inc
447 E GlI!lngS Street
Mrs C Gtzmskx
Mr and Mrs Charles N Gordon
Mrs josephtne Gore
Mr and Mrs Peter Grabowskt
1213 South Ellwood Avenue
Mrs J A Grace and M1ssV Grace
Daytona Beach Fla
Mr and Mrs R W Grace
Mr and Mrs O Greul and Famnly
S509 Wendley Road
Mr and Mrs Iohnj Grxggs
1432 Forest Park Avenue
H Thomas Grtmes Agency
Ftre L1fe Auto Casualty
RI 7 S6195
5816 johnnycake Road
Insure tn Sure Insurance
Mr and Mrs Mtchael Grow
Mr and Mrs Iames Guthrne
8017 Park Haven Road
C Holfberger Company
J H and L H
Mr and Mrs Rov R Hall
1237 Oakland Terrace
Mr Wade Hall
502 ltth Street S E
Washmgton 3 D C
Mr Melvm Hammelman
904 South Dean Street
Mr and Mrs john C Hammond
Compltments of a Friend
Mr and Mrs Wtlltam M Hart
Raymondj Hartman Sr
Cl 2 6146
Mr and Mrs Henry Haske
2839 Pelham Avenue
Mr and Mrs Wxlltam F Heanue
The Hetdrtck Famlly
Mr and Mrs James Htpp
312 Glenrae Drive
R P Henderson 8: Co Realtors
1717 Edmondson Avenue
Catonsvrlle 28 Maryland
RI 4 0765
Mr and Mrs Andrew Hmkle
1246 Battery Avenue
Hochschtld Kohn 81 Co
Howard and Lextngton Streets
Mrs Ann Hodges
Mrs Bernadette Hogarth
Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hooper and Son
8th Grade of Holy Cross School
Hubbard Funeral Home
4107 Wtlkens Avenue
Mr and Mrs Wm Hudnet
1445 Henry Street
6215 Frederrck Rd
The Hupp Famxly
Anne Arundel County
Mr and Mrs Wtlltam P Ihrle
Ingleside Dry Cleaners Inc
808 lngleslde Ave
Anthony L Ipsaro
7003 Martetta Ave
Irvtngton Rexall Pharmacy
janrtors Supply House
The johnson Famtly
Mr and Mrs Robert Johnston
joseph j jones
E B Justlce Company
Wxlltam A Kalb
1131 Washtngton Blvd
Balumore 30 Md
Mr and Mrs Frank Kasper
2518 Ashton Street
Mr and Mrs Dantel Kelly
Mr and Mrs Melvm Kelly
2927 Hudson Street
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Mr and Mrs Herman H Kim
Ktng Service Station
100 S Broadway
Mr and Mrs lames Kinnear
john E Kircher Family
Kirkness Studio Inc
1717 Bank Street
Kisling s Tavem
Klausmever Tire Co
4 N Conkling St
Mr and Mrs john E Knight
1305 Linden Avenue
Arbutus 27 Md
Mr and Mrs M Leo Knight
1645 Argonne Drive
Mr and Mrs loseph F Knight and Son
511 Brisbane Road
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Doug Bobby and Patti Kottraba
Mr and Mrs Sylvia Krause and Family
Mr james C Krebs
3218 Chesley Avenue
Kress Farm Dairy Inc
BR 6 1260
Joseph B Kropp
Edward J Kulig
4901 Pennington Ave
Mr and Mrs Iohn Kusik
2001 Gough Street
Mr Frank J Kvech
4114 Hillcrest Ave
Mr and Mrs james Lambdin
George R Lambert
905 Calwell Rd
Mr, and Mrs. Joseph W. Latchford
627 Orpington Rd.
Brother Laurus C.F.X. and
Brother Eugenius C.F.X.
Mr. and Mrs. Anthonv Lanza
18 Monroe St. N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. losebh C. Lawler
4211 Connecticut Ave.
Lees of Broadway
627 S, Broadway
Roy A. Leiphart Trucking Co.
Box 567 York Penna.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Leitner
316 Gwynn Ave.
Baltimore 29 Md.
john G. Lenhoff S .
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Levickas
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar 1, Lewns
5614 Ashbourne Rd.
Baltimore 27 Md.
Mr and Mrs O Richard Liberto
Mrs lames Lilly
George and Eleanor Lipa
Mr and Mrs Stanley Lipp
Mr and Mrs William Lisek
2817 Fatt Avenue
Long s Tailor Shop
2601 Eastern Ave
Mr and Mrs Edward Lukowskt
Mr and Mrs Frank P Lukowski
Wilmer G Lutche
Mrs Bertha A Lutche
Malden Choice Village
The Palladi Construction Co
Cl 2 7141
Compliments of a Friend
Louis V Manno
Mrs Ann Marciano
The Priests of St Marks
Mr and Mrs Iames Mason
213 S Calhoun St
Mason Dixon Builders Co nc
jordan 8: Miriam Masters
McCann Millman 8: Murray Inc
E F McClelland Co
Mr and Mrs F M McComas
108 Park Drive
Catonsville 28 Md
james L McCully
Mr and Mrs lohn G McDade
Terence F McDonough
2101 Merritt Ave
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Burns McFadden
Chester Esso Service
Rt. Rev. Louis J. Mendelis
James N. Mills
Washington D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Mersing
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Metzger
315 Harlem Lane
Mrs, Robert S. Middleton
Mr, and Mrs. Anthonv A. Miller
Mrs. Bertha Miller
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Miller
Paul j Mmeheart DDS
608 Edmondson Ave
RI 7 2595
Mrs Adella Mitchell
7605 Iroquois Road
Mr and Mrs Edward A Mooney
846 Stamford Rd
Mr and Mrs F X Moritz
8 Sudbrook Lane
Pikesville 8 Md
The Motor Sales Company
26 W Mt Royal Ave
Robert B Moxley
4524 N Charles St
Anne Cecile and Larry Morris
Mrs Mary S Morris
Mr and Mrs Stephen A Morris
Mount St joseph Cafeteria
Mount St joseph C S M C Unit
The Misses Sara 8: Helen Moyer
joseph R Mueller
Mr and Mrs joseph T Mulcare
Mr and Mrs Iames B Murphy
3718 Woodridge Rd
Thomas J Murohy
Mr and Mrs Emory Murray and Family
5549 Oakland Rd
Nemo dat quod non habet
CNO one gives what he hasn t got,
New Cathedral Cemetery
Pierre C Dugan and Nephew Agents
Mr and Mrs Earl B Nelson
5301 Sipple Avenue
Norman T Owens Plumbing 6: Heating
5405 Old Frederick Rd
Mrs Cecelia Nowicki and Family
Mr Nick OBradov1ch
3607 Hudson St.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank OConnell
1308 Sudvale Rd.
Mr, and Mrs. lack E. OConnell
Herbert R. OConnor jr.
10 Light St.
Olson s Garage
7408 Holabird Ave.
General Auto Repairs
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Okrasinski
Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence ONeill
One Hour Cleaners of Balto. Inc.
215 Baltimore St.
Baltimore 2 Md.
Mrs. Mark ONeill
The Oaks-243 Edgewood Rd.
Mr, and Mrs. Frank Otterbein Sr.
238 Mallow Hill Ave.
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PO Box 15
Compltments of Better Than Ever
The Palm Famtly
Mr and Mrs Vmcent Palumbo
Compliments of john and Lydta Panowtcz
Anthony A Pardo
Hrllendale Barber Shop
Edward I Passaro
Thomas Paszkxewxcz and Famrly
Mr and Mrs Joseph Penesch
1646 East Fort Avenue
Mrs Allen Pessagno
Mr and Mrs Andrew Pessaro
5645 Calyn Road
Mr and Mrs J A Pntruzzella and Famtly
Mrs Feltce E Pluslk
114 W Saratoga St
Raymond F Porter
Box 16 Route 16
Mr and Mrs Walter A Powers
206 Newbury Ave
Mrs Laura Prrhoda
Mr and Mrs john G Qurrk and Famrly
206 N Osborne Ave
John E Rassa
6819 Windsor Mrll Rd
John J Reahl jr
The Rebel From 4F
Mrs Thomas M Reese
1133 Wtllram St
Mr and Mrs Cornelxus Regan S
7042 Dunbar Rd
Mr Davxd Rlchardson
Mr and Mrs C Richmond
1221 S Carey St
Mr and Mrs Carl F Rnehl
Rt Rev Maurnce W Roche
5422 Old Frederick Road
Mr and Mrs Joseph Rohleder
Compliments of a Frtend
Mr and Mrs A john Romeo
Reverend Alphonse G Rose
Wtllram Rossberg Druggtst
3255 Fredertck Ave
Leonard! Ruck Inc
5305 Harford Road
Mr and Mrs Mrchael Savmo and Famrly
509 Brrsbane Road
Mr and Mrs E Scholtes
B B Schoultz
Catherme M Scott
105 E West St
Mr and Mrs john Sekora
C M Seubott
Grantte and Marble Memortals
2004 08 Fredenck Ave
Rev Davxd W Shaum
F E Shaum
Mr and Mrs Walter Shaw
and Son john Thomas
Mr and Mrs john S Sxewterskx
Compltments of Mr lames J Srlk
lst Legtslature Dlstrlct
The Smlth Famnly
Mr and Mrs lohn P Smrth
For Real Service rn Real Estate
Vtvran W Smrth Realtor
5816 johnnycake Rd
RI 7 1311
Mr and Mrs George L Sohn
4603 Pennington Ave
4603 Pennmgton Ave
Wrllram A Sporrer
601 Patapsco Avenue
Stansbury Photo Supply
Dundalk 8: The Alameda
Mary Mrchael and Patrlcla Staslak
Mr and Mrs A J Stasxowskl and Famtly
5812 Heron Drxve
State Farm Insurance Company
Auto Life Fire
D E Gladmon
LO 6 7196
Mr Anthony Strasdauskas
Mr and Mrs T F Stergelman
Newport News Vrrgrnra
Northwest Body 81 Fender
Mr and Mrs George Stock and Famxly
Mrss Loretta M Stoerlem
Mrs Frederick W Strauss
J Leshe Stuart 119272
Mrs Marte Sullivan
Rose M Sunell
HO 5 2923
Representatrve john Marple Realtor
Sun Prmtmg Company
Kenneth Sweder 3B
1821 Fleet St
Mr and Mrs Iohn H Thlemeyer
1125 Lendm Ave
Mr and Mrs Anthony M Ttroccht
Mr and Mrs Vmcent L Tolson
Mr and Mrs J David Tooney
5811 Loch Raven Boulevard
Mr and Mrs Edmund A Trrbbe
4411 Htllsrde Ave
Mtss Cathrme G Tumer
Mr and Mrs Paul A Twamley
Mr and Mrs Wenceslaus Valts
3426 Chesterfleld Avenue
Dr and Mrs joseph J Velky
Mr and Mrs Wrllram Vernetson
Vmce 8t Sallie
Edward C Vonk
900 S Ellwood Ave
Waesches Shell Statron
Comer of Pratt and Smallwood Sts
CE 3 9862
Mr and Mrs James P Walsh
606 Nottingham Rd
Mr and Mrs Francrsj Walsh
4814 Coleherne Rd
Walter s Cleaners
Mrs George Warner
Warthen Fuel Co
4012 Benson Ave
Arbutus 27 Md
CI 2 0990
Mr and Mrs Vlctor Wasrlauskas
30 Mason Ave
Webster Food Market
1516 Webster Street
Mr and Mrs lames R Webston
Westvxew Barber Shop
Mr and Mrs M J Weir
Mr John Wrlltams
Mrs Veromca Wnlle
Mr and Mrs john P Wrlle
Mr and Mrs L Max Wlllnams
John S Wrlson Co
Charles H O Donald
Xavernan Hugh School
Brooklyn New York
Yeager s Musnc Store
3300 Eastern Avenue
Mrs IBSSIC Zamerskr
2113 E Lombard St
635 S Kenwood Ave
Wlllram P Zet
Zmkland Electrxc Co
5309 Benson Avenue
WIILIAM T COOKE PUBLISHING INC
21 S 21st Street Phrhdelphm 3 Pa.
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Dr Wzllxam L Knell Award Excellence tn Sctence JAMES JOSEPH DeBOY
Bausch and Lomb Award Excellence tn Sctence JOSEPH LEON OKRASINSKI J
Notre Dame Club of Balttmore Excellence m the Classtcal Studtes
JAMES JOSEPH DeBOY
Brother Istdore Award Excellence tn Reltgton JAMES JOSEPH DeBOY
Brother Edmund Award Excellence tn Engltsh FRANCIS RAYMOND WALSH
Brother james Award Excellence tn Commercial SubJects
CHARLES JOHN ANDERSON
Brother Alum Award Excellence tn the Industrial Arts JOSEPH ANTHONY BLUM
Iulxus Holman Award Excellence m German KENNETH PHILIP DAWSON
Ganster Medal of Counczl No 370 Knzghts of Columbus
Excellence ln French ENRIQUE ROMAGUERA
McCormick Post No 188 American Legron Auard
Thomas Lardner Memorial Award For Servtce to the Qutll
WILLIAM ALGERNON GARDINER
Paul DeKowzan Memorxal Award Excellence nn Joumaltsm
FRANCIS RAYMOND WALSH
Mathematzcal Assoctatxon of Amerzca Award
Award for htghest mark tn compettttve examtnatton GERARD STANLEY LIPINSKI
Brother Kenneth Auard For Servtce to the Mount Tower JAMES JOSEPH DeBOY JR
Alhambra Award Award for outstandxng work tn the field of Catholic Actton
RONALD JOSEPH DeCARLO
St Agnes Council Kmghts ol Columbus Award
For outstandtng work tn CSMC ROBERT REED COOKE
Attendance Award-For students who have not been tardy or absent for four years
JOSEPH ROBERT BLACKERT
Alumnz Seal Award Award for scholasttc prowess extra currtuxlar achtevement
and excepttonal school splrtt over a pertod of four years JAMES JOSEPH DeBOY JR
Fathers Club Award Award for excepttonal school sptrtt over a pertod of
four years JOHN JOSEPH SEKORA
Brother Eugene Award The Outstandmg Gentleman Scholar and Athlete
JAMES ROBERT CREAMER
Headmastefs Award A I'ull Scholarshtp to Loyola College donated by the
Prestdent of Loyola College IS awarded to JAMES JOSEPH DeBOY JR
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SCHOLARSHIPS HONORS AND AWARDS HAVE BEEN
WON BY THE CLASS OF 1960 AS FOLLOWS
SAMUEL CHASE AMATO
Partial scholarshlp to Loyola College
RICHARD JOSEPH BALDWIN
Letter of Commendatton from the Natlonal
CHARLES LESTER CHERRY
Scholarshtp to college of chorce won rn the
Educatlon Scholarshrp Examrnatlon
Letter of Commendatton from the Nauonal
Senatorral Scholarshrp to St Johns College
ROBERT REED COOKE
Scholarshnp to college of choice won m the
Fducatxon Scholarshrp Exammauon
BRIAN PAUL COPENHAVER
Scholarshlp to college of cholce won rn the
Educatron Scholarshrp Fxamlnatxon
Letter of Commendatron from the Nattonal
KENNETH PHILIP DAWSON
Partlal scholarship to Loyola College
Scholarshxp to college of cholce won nn the
Educatron Scholarshrp Fxammatton
Letter of Commendatron from the Natlonal
JAMES JOSEPH DeBOY JR
Reverend James A Burns Honorarv scholarshrp to Notre Dame
Letter of Commendatlon from the Natlonal Merlt Scholarshrp
Certlflcate of Merrt in the Amerrcan Association of Physrcs
WILLIAM ALGERNON GARDINER
Partral scholarshnp to Mount St Marys College
Scholarshlp to college of thorce won rn the Maryland Teacher
Educatron Scholarshrp Examrnatron
DENIS JAMES GRABOWSKI
Partlal scholarship to Loyola College
Partral scholarshrp to Mount St Mary s College
Scholarshlp to UHIVCISIIY of Baltlmore
JOHN SLOANE HELM
Full scholarshrp to Vrllanova Umversrty
Partlal scholarship to Unnersrty of Vtrgmra
JOHN ROBERT JEZOF EK
Partxal scholarship to Johns Hopklns Unlversxty
Letter of Commendatron from the National Merrt Scholarshrp
Grant from Loyola College
GEORGE BROOKS JOHNSON JR
Angler B Duke National Scholarship to Duke Unrversrty
Danrel Webster Nauonal Honorary Scholarshxp to Dartmouth
Harvard College Honorary Freshman Scholarship
Partral scholarship to Johns Hopkrns Umverstty
,Parual scholarshxp to Lawrence College
Certificate of Merit as flnallst m the National Merrt Scholarshrp
PETER JOSEPH JUSTICE
Scholarship to college of chorce won ln the Maryland Teacher
Educatnon Scholarshrp Exammatlon
GERARD STANLEY LIPINSKI
Pamal scholarshrp to Ioyola College
Letter of Commendation from the Natlonal Merrt Scholarshxp
Full Senatorlal Scholarship to Johns Hopkms Umversnty
JOSEPH LEON OKRASINSKI JR
Letter of Commendatxon from the National
Grant from Loyola College
MARK LEWIS ONEILL
CEFIIHCHIC of Merit as finalrst rn the Natronal
Grant from Loyola College
LEO EUGENE OTTERBEIN
Scholarshrp to college of cholce won ID the
Educauon Scholarshrp Exammatron
PI-IILLIP EDWARD PIERPONT
Scholarshxp to Catholrc college of chorce
Maryland State Councll of the Kmghts of C0
Grant from the Baltxmore Colts Foundation
RICHARD LEO REBBERT
Scholarshxp to college of chorce won m the
Educatron Scholarshlp Examlnatlon
ROBERT FRANCIS RILEY
Partxal scholarshxp to Loyola College
Partral scholarshnp to Unrverslty of Maryland
DAVID FREDERICK ROSW ELL
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Partral scholarship to Johns Hopkins Unrverslty
MARTIN EDWARD SCHNUIT
Scholarship to college of chorce won rn the Maryland Teacher
Educanon Scholarshrp Exammatron
JOHN JOSEPH SEKORA
Partral scholarshxp to Maryland Art Instntute
ROBERT JOSEPH VALIS
Senatorlal scholarshlp to University of Maryland
FRANCIS RAYMOND WALSH
Scholarshrp to college of choice won 1n the Maryland Teacher
Education Scholarshlp Exammatxon
Grant from Loyola College
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