North Catholic High School - Trojan Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)

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3 3 ' 1 g 3 3 3 il Q f 1 I f ms ms. as Choosing the theme for a yearbook is often a very difficult task. The mem- bers of the Class of 1952, however, had lit- tle trouble in doing so. They observed the excellent work which was being done in the ' renovation of their city of Pittsburgh and realized that this large-scale remodeling would 14 be a fitting subject around which to mold their . annual. Throughout this book can be found evidences of their choice. They have attempted 1111 f"'l3!3llI ii.. . 'l'3."7'l1 lf "'T"'!91!"5'l l"7 'S PEA KS PROGRESS 1 . nm ma nam sa 11 2111 ..- 1-1- ul to record their achievements while keeping in mind the ever-present theme, Pcaks of Progress. 41119-H "' -ag' 4.-. , I ', Tv' .np-pluil Lf QI 'pa-QQISQPIQI u!!!u H-M-Q, nf - -ni .ov . 1..,ip.quus-1v""'- - "ll""""-UU" 311357 i rllll"F"""""""' llll ll 4 ' ' ' ' F'f.2," , 3 V b h 'IFE- ' -f,,' 3 I 'K ' 31. ,L fgfq Wm W . ,, - -49 ' ' I 'A- 'X A V' , A, -. 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K",f4',,- , nga.2'f'.g-,ygu.4.f-549'-5x'4 n v - -N, ' f h" ""f':' lvqfq,-'g-,g-gaqf,-,.-fr.s,-H'f2g,g- M -,f-2.1. - LL ' ' . ! 5,43-I -- WN? ',.,.,:'Lyj,-7..gy , M wfzfniii QQ - PP : ' A. .-'-1f'f:-- u ' 4 . . , .. ww- ..,,.N ff it V wg.. 5 ,l 4 -1 -ff"z"'xZi---' , I-tr Q3 'E ak? 'U .W :Q -s 45 L9 Guide Brother Frederick Hartwich, S.M., the Class of 1952 found the incentive to be interested in their school and made an earnest effort to succeed. rl by the paternal wisdom of their teacher and friend. Experiencing at last the long-awaited moment, these gradu- ates graciously accept the diplomas which Brother Fred pre- sents to them and murmur a word of thanks for the kind fellowship and understanding he has shown during their stay at North. ll P ictured here with some of the students whom he has hel ed P throughout part of their stay at North. Brother Fred was V always a real "buddy" to the pupils. His friendly "hello" or pat on the back gave many the encouragement to continue 6 on their way down the long and narrow path of learning. 6 ,3- 0, io ml Returning to North Catholic, Brother Frederick Hartwich, S.M., was eagerly welcomed back to the Trojan fortress of knowledge by the whole student body, especially by the senior class. Brother Frederick was confronted with a great chal- lenge. He found that the face-lifting of the Golden Triangle was well under way and that his new duties would include the conditioning of the students' personali- ties and outlook so that they would be favorable and helpful to the Triangle's march of progress. Situated on one of the many hills which mark the terrain of Pittsburgh, North Catholic provides an excellent observation point from which to watch the rapid advance of the city. Looking down from this site, the student body, under the capable leadership of their chief engineer, Brother Frederick, became an integral, working part of the Steel City's steady climb to superiority. This year is a very special one in the life of the dedicatee. It was fifty years ago that he became a worker in the service of God, the Society of Mary. Brother Frederick can be very grateful to God for his accomplish- ments as he looks back upon this half-century of duty. The Class of 1952, then, takes pride in dedicating the tenth edition of The Trojan to our Principal. This is the second time that Brother Frederick Hartwich, S.M., has been so honored, and the Graduates of 1952 feel privi- leged that they are able thus to express their esteem for their mentor, guide, and friend. In selecting Peaks of Progress as the theme for its annual, the Class of 1952 has tried to parallel its advance in knowledge to Pitts- burgh's forward movement in city improve- ment. just as the city fathers have guided the progress of this metropolis in the construction of highways, buildings, and other civic endeav- ors, the faculty at North Catholic has in- structed the graduating class in the principles of Christianity and secondary learning. III LE!! reef rv!! rfvr 4 vi If YI!! wiv! rf ff ff YY H' ff ff TY H If 9 ,Ss mm WH 1 rr rrrr rrrr .i Introduction .... . . 1 Dedication . . . . . 4 Foreword .... . . 6 Theme ........................ . . 8 Most Reverend John F. Dearden ...... 14 Reverend Thomas J. Quigley ......... 15 Administration .... .......... .... 1 6 Seniors ...... .... 3 0 Organizations . . .... 56 Underclasses . . . . . . . Sports . Features . . Conclusion Without the steel industry, Pittsburgh would never have progressed. To aid the improvement of Pitts- burgh, the Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation is constructing a new steel mill on the South Side of Pittsburgh. Fll0M Passing over one of the many valleys which mark the terrain of Pittsburgh, this bridge, and others which are yet to be built, facilitate ease in travel about the metropolitan area. ,f.f!' Ula PL MB Ll ll...'l'0 KYLIE Shortly after the end of World War II, a seemingly odd group of gentlemen converged upon the downtown area of Pittsburgh. These fellows were called engineers and busied themselves with plans for remodeling the Golden Triangle. They drilled holes, surveyed locations for new buildings, and finally recorded their findings on the blueprints of a new Pittsburgh. Today the citizens of Western Pennsylvania are able to observe the fruits of the labors of these capable men. As buildings rise and parks grow, the people of Pittsburgh are constantly reminded that they are living in a center of progress. Dill 5 Ill! lllll -6 4' Y W gg ,,V,v . K 1 , .Q .'.... ...A-lbi I Q v I Pvc . 1 Q1 Qi 4: -Q - 1 1 - 'v C fl' -13" '-.- g "E"-' "-abil' ' - 'TE . f' P- 4 -- V 'Q '--v. S H 1 U I - , 5 1 , 1 U Y . if "JG L' ,.,1 f rf 1 - ' iff?" , .sf 1, ' H-'fm ' f -' ' v. 1 x-Ya 1' I 2.3 . V Email- ggi' ." ' ls.. I ' ef. "lp, ,JJ 423' Fi'- A look at Pittshurfzhs skyline discloses the construction of new skyscrapers alongside those already standinxz. This view, in particular, shows a. progressive city. i 'GV 53? at , . W 1 3' 'L in me am . n n up u n n nu an -v u rn lu -v n nu I' ll H Ill I P' ll ll l n n m n n I on n n n nu ' 1' I n 1 n I l I! ll 'B ll ll 1 The exit of the Liberty Tubes provides an excellent view of the city of Pittsburgh. Thi tunnel, and others which will be bored through the hills of Pittsburgh, facilitate intra city travel. Thousands of autos daily speed through the tunnels. 3 , 4 f After the flood of 1936, the city planners realized the necessity of a project which would prewen the recurrence of such an incident. In cooperation with the county and state the city of Pitts burgh started work upon the Conemaugh Dam Development. The work is almost complete and within the next year the dam should attain full operation. AFETY FAUTIIIR ARE INCLUDED So that the people of Pittsburgh might be able to enjoy a full life without fear, the city planners concerned themselves with the development of protective measures in and about the city. A flood control project to prevent recurrence of the deluge of 1936, a hospital to care for victims of tuberculosis, a new freight terminal to facilitate ease in handling goods in the metropolitan area, and countless other improvements - all make Pittsburgh a better place in which to live. By gaining additional learning and knowledge, the Class of 1952 began to think of a Christian education in terms of a full life in the truest sense. rf:SlTE.M 2 your7?ew O lllBERC.lll.0SlS Bun.mNG L Q ' -t so was Com,onwed'Y. vi V953 Pittsburgh, like any other city, has ex- perienced the ravages of tuberculosis. To control and cure this disease more easily, a new tuberculosis hospital, with a capacity of one-hundred-and-fifty beds, is being constructed. MIIST IIEVEIIENII Jllllll F. DEARDEN Cnder the counsel of Bishop John F. Dearden, the Diocese of Pittsburgh. and especially the diocesan school of North Catholic, made rapid forward strides. He carefully watched over our spirituality while we tended to the important work of mental. civic, and cultural improvement. The responsibility of offering Catholic students a dynamic Christian education is indeed an essential one. Bishop Dearden, to whom Providence has confided this task, has accepted the challenge. The members of the Senior Class of North Catholic recognize that he has given them the opportunity to enrich themselves with their Christian cultural inheritance. Undoubtedly many future benefits will accrue as a result of this fortunate circumstance. The graduates feel that under Bishop Dearden the spiritual life of Pittsburgh will augment and grow, keeping pace with the physical growth of the city. The members of the Class of 1952 delight in extending sincere thanks to Bishop John F. Dearden, who through his benign guidance has made their Christian education possible. Ov 1.5 REVERENII 'l'Il0MAS J QUIGLEY llreeesan Snperrntendent In 1939 when Reverend Thomas J Qulgley commenced fulfillrng hrs new dutres as Drocesan Superrntendent North Catholrc was strll rn rts mfancy As the work upon the Golden Trrangle has progressed, so too has the fortress of Troy and rts progress 1n great part was due to Father Qurgley The untrrmg zeal wrth whrch he has devoted hrmself to hrs Job has resulted m the present hrgh scholastrc and crvrc rmpor tance of North The members of the Semor Class feel that wrthout hrm therr achreve ments rn the field of learnmg and thelr contrrbutlons to the Steel Crty could never have been accomplrshed Srncerely, then the members of the Class of 1952 express deep gratrtude for the trme and effort whrch the Reverend Thomas J Qulgley has generously accorded them In the past school term Father Qurgley rounded out the actmtres of the Federatlon of Cathohc Hlgh Schools rn the Prttsburgh Dlocese by form mg the Commerclal Honor Society LINGUISTS . SCIENTISTS . MUSICIANS . ARTISTS Q IHII f -1 M, -. gag.. '. J v, "'L11z2,,nf.gel-1. .. .S gf- "fm--If ,L ..'.:a,:,,54 f M. -Q. - 4 FROM PLANS . . . TO DRAWING BOARD . . . TO CONSTRUCTION . . . TO CORNERSTONE AND COMPLETION . . . PITTSBURGH'S PROGRESS CON- TINUES . . . AND IN LIKE MANNER NORTH CATH- OLIC HIGH SCHOOL KEEPS PACE WITH ITS CITY AS ITS STUDENTS . . .OF VARIED TALENTS . . . WORK TOGETHER . . .X X X X X X X X X X X X X X . . UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF me iTIlEOLOGIANS Q IIISTUBIANS 0 MATIIEMATICIANS Mn. W A 1 1s ' 5 -..Q '--iv'-4 ,,. V, . 'Z' ,- V ADM! ISTIIA T10 As the principal of North Catholic, Brother Fred's duties included the administration of the school along with the supervision of both cur- ricular and extra-curricular activities. The class of 1952 feels that he has succeeded in this task. Plll CIPAL BROTHER FREDERICK HARTMCH, S.M. Brother Frederick Hartwich, SAI., known affectionately to the students as Brother Fred, guided North in the first years of its existence. That was before our time, but his reputation endured even though he was gone. It is our immense pleasure to welcome him back. Knowing him has added something inspirational to our lives. We shall always remember his paternal friendship, his kindly humor, his deep understanding. He is the architect par excellence who has worked not in gran- ite or marble but in the more enduring precious fabric of human souls. Visiting: this country to attain an insight into American methods of education, two European priests spent a day at North Catholic High School. They were assuredly impressed by the modern and efficient techniques of instruction which are employed at North. 311, Brother Tom expounds the laws of the omniscient New ton while Bill Steinbach and Jim Farrell look on with ques uonmg eyes and graxltatin heads VICE-PRI CIPAL BROTHER THOMAS SCHICK, S.M. The guiding hand behind the student activities and the eye that sees that. all projects undertaken go smoothly and ac- cording to plan belong to Brother Thomas P Schick S M His efficient control is so much in the background that It often goes by unnoticed but lt is fully appreciated by those who know the responsibilities and obligations attached to lt The Class of 1952 shall always be grateful to Brother Tom for his genuine interest and friendly advice in its undertakings Attending to the disciplinary necessities f e school vias Brother Thomas P Schick S M though his work entailed some unpleasantness e class of 1932 will undoubtedly realize many ture benefits as a result of his prudent use of thority UHAPLAI FATHER CHARLES LEES, SAI. 'tWhat does it profit a man if he gain the whole world and suffer the loss of his immortal soul?'i These words can well be the motto of our chaplain, Reverend Charles J. Lees, SM., as he supervises the men of Troy in their construction of stately man- sions for their souls. For four years he has been our counsellor and guide in time of worry and anxiety. In him we have found a true friend in whom we can place our utmost confidence. The Class of 1952 offers its sincere appreciation and gratitude to Father Lees for his untiring interest. Besides acting as school chaplain, Father also taught senior religion and English, was yearbook moderator, sodality coordinator and chairman of the English department. Officiating at religious ceremonies throughout the year, Father Lees played an important role in the spiritual guid- ance of the students. 5...- 'JU it , ' , , f 1 . I , Q' 'E- h Asif i , lltg 1-n-i During the 1051-1052 school year, Father Lees offered an ever-present helping hand in solving the difficult problems students often face. Bro. Robert Backherms-10B Bro. Bernard Backus-11E Bro. Walter Baumeister Religion 2 Religion 3 Maintenance Latin 2 Typing l, 2 English 2 Hygiene Sodality Cheerleaders Minstrel Flllllllllllll IN Clllll 'lllil llll C1l'l'l0 When, as freshmen, we first started as apprentices in the shops of mental construction, we were inclined to think only of the present and the goal we had just accomplished in finishing eight years of grammar school. Feasting our minds on thoughts of this sort, we were content with the stalus quo instead of striving for the future. Our teachers acting as our friends and guides and having our good in mind realized that 'fstagnation leads to damnationfl They kept encouraging us to do better and reminded us of our goal to meet the world as Christian men. Bro. Joseph Choquette Mr. William Dixon--11D Athletic Director Economics Algebra 1 History 3 ,V-,a .- w"q? Q ' , Q. R43-X 3 03' i QF' J 9+-Q 'x , 'EQ wx 42 Bro. Edward Dury-10C Bro. William Fackovec-9C Biology Religion 1 Hvgicne Englliill 1 Marianist Drive Tl'0.l3fl News Sodality An outstanding attraction for prospective North students is the school's complete athletic program. Needless to say, every loyal Trojan followed the adventures of the football, basketball, bowling, and baseball teams. Probably no group was more interested in our athletic encounters than the faculty. The teachers could be seen at every contest, alive with the old North spirit, cheering the team to victory and solacing them in defeat. The faculty taught us the important lesson that victory is sweet but in the game of life a man must also be able to accept his losses gracefully. Q- vb ff 'Xe w, N in -ggi, I ya, 'l'll1lllFA 'I' ME Rev. Julius Falk-9E Religion l Mr. Robert Hast Hygiene Physical Education Football Coach Mr. Donald Graham-9F General Math 1 Physical Education 1 Basketball Coach j.V. Football Coach 3,4 Bro. Frederick Hiehle-12B Problems of Democracy Yearbook Photography .f-f1"'- -I s G IIIING YIIUNG MI ll A ll HEART Bro. Wm. Hildebrand-11C Religion .3 Latin 3, 4 Cfliziirmzm of Latin Dcpart ment Soclulity r . f ' IV 1 Mr. Joseph Hmel-12D Salcsmansliip Vroblenie of Dcmocracv lfnglish 4 ' 'E Mr. J. William K llund Master sth. Finding the faculty library a xzood place to relax. the coachinz staff and Brother Choquetto. the Athletic Dircc tor. get toucthcr and discuss the school sports policies. Mr. George Kisiday Hygiene Pliysical Ifclucation 2 l.inc Football Coach I 0 148' Q- .Q-" 57 tr' ing. Bro. Terence Leazer-9G Bro. Joseph Kuntz Bro. Richard Kuhn-10A General Math 1 Student at the University of Religion 2 General Science Pittsburgh General Business 2 SOtl3llly Higtgfy 2 Minstrel Latin 2 English 2 Sodality When we were at North only a short time, the marble hallways seemed to take on a friendly appearance. We soon learned that school was not all work and no play. If we met difficulties in our classes, our teachers offered the extra help needed to grasp the subject. When we were depressed and discontented with ourselves and the worldg when we felt like giving upg it was then that a genial pat on the back, the wink of an eye or a few friendly words from our teachers were all we needed to start anew and begin the fight for knowledge with fresh hope. LX 411 Trojan News .-i. Mr. Aloysius Lesniak-11G English 3 General Business 2 History 3 Bowling Team Mr. Robert Liehr General Math 3 General Business 2 Business Math an 1 if v-.al fav' Mr. Howard McGmn Guidance Bro. Leonard Mann Student at Carnegie Institute lhotography ...ff 1 N ,A S jr . -e. 4,3 I ,rm , 'Q' fx A if 'iw Bro. Joseph Moritz Mr. James Murray Bro. Leo Murray-12C General Business 4 Geometry 1 Religion 4 Bookkeeping Sodality Commercial Honor Society Chairman of Department of Religion C LPTUR I PRECIUUS ST FF Brother Tcrtncc Lcaztr. thc Qc-ncral Sclcnce teacher. alw plays the orzan at services in thu thglpnl. Affixtinu the students in liftin: tht-ir minflx tu Gnd. hc arlvucatt-5 mu-it uhiili i- rlcfiznt-rl to add :A note of piety to tht-ir prnycrf. Tll.flllllEll A ll EXEMPLAR ,..- 1 319 ,J ' N. fi ' TZ" Av" 'ff ljm 0 .4 l , 1. IWMIHI Nun! .luuxxl Bro. Raymond Nartker Librarian Ticket Salcs Minstrel Mr. Robert Niesslcin-10F Biology ,l.V. Basketball Coach Intramurals Bro. Kevin O'Rci1ly-10D Rcligitin 2 Imin 1 illuukslurc Si itlality Minstrcl Bro. Bernard Plogman-10G Art 2, 3, 4 .-Xrt Clul: Mcnlcrntt tr Miriftrcl Bro. Aloysius Reis Cafctcria Mr. Lawrence Roche-11B lfnglislt 3 Hlxlwrj' 3 llclmtc :mtl Spcccli Cluln llraulatic Club Minftrcl 5 oe 3 -rn The activities, numerous in type and catering to every interest, extended to all students the opportunity of giving a little of themselves to the school. In this way the activi- ties fostered a deeper appreciation for and a more profound interest in the undertakings of North. In every activity, from literary work to dancing, we had the instruction, guidance and cooperation of the faculty. Many hours of free time were given by the various moderators to the different activities. To them we extend our sincere thanks for giving us a chance to perfect our abilities in those enterprises to which we were naturally inclined. We are grateful to our teachers for letting us benefit from their experience and skill. t , -avg ight -f '77 Ili T- 4 Y sos Bro. George Ruppel-11F Mr. William Scherer-9D Religion 3 History 1 History 3 Frosh Football Coach Band Frosh Basketball Coach History Honor Society Mr. Albert Schon-9H English I Bro. Richard Schwagerl-11A Algebra 2 Chemistry Hygiene Assistant Athletic Director There were times, however, when things just did not seem to work according to plan. If the talk in front of the class turned out to be less than eloquent, if the math problems were a jumble of unrelated phrases and numbers: if the corrected compositions indicated that a red pencil had been worn out on them, our teachers encouraged us tactfully. During these unhappy periods we awakened to the fact that with a little more time and effort no difficulty was insurmountable. A bad report card, along with a well deserved verbal beating from our parents, accompanied by missing a dance or two, was the ideal method used to remind us that business comes before pleasure. fx' aqua 'W' , f 93, 5 Bro. Nicholas Stebe-9A Mr. George Tegan-10E Bro Robert Thomson 12F Bro Michael Voelker 12E Religion 1 English 2 Geometry Z Mechanical Drawing 1 2 History 1 Trigonometry German 1 Z Sodality Q Applied Math B U K' Auto Mechanics The daily routine work of trying to impress young, immature, unreflecting minds with the intricate principles of English, math, science, and history is not an enviable one. It is a job, however, that must be done if this great city and nation of ours is to continue to progress. If we may judge the worth of our teachers .by their devotion to the daily grind of instruction and correction, we must conclude that Northihas been fortunate in securing the services of the faculty of 1951-52. Where a faculty manifests such iiiterest and enthusiasm in its work, society must inevitably benefit. So much effort cannot go unrewarded. Bro. Paul Williams-9B Religion l l.atjn l 5 Sodality Provincial Missionary l'rocurator , A K 'sr Very Rev. Lawrence Yeske gh- L QA Rev. john Dickson Bro. john Grote Miss Shirley Planz Mrs. Bernetta Prince Provincial Sodality Cafeteria Secretary to the Vice- Secretary to the Principal Secretariate Principal PATIE 'l' Elllfzl 'I' 0F Gllll A ll ME Mn sq-Q The old Scholastics recommended a sound mind in a sound body, mens sana in corpiore sano. At the end of our formal secondary training, we feel that we have gone a long way in achieving this ideal. We are now ready to be put to the test, whether in college or in our chosen avocation. We have confidence that we can weather whatever storms lie ahead without suffering shipwreck. Our course has been setg our instruments are in working orderg we have all that we need to reach port safely. "The old mariners" have taught us how to captain our ships. The life of a religious teacher is one of active work and con- templationg of active work in the classroom, and of con- templation at the feet of Christ. PRE-ARTS o PRE-ENGIXEERING 0 PHE-BUSINESS 'x L I E' FOUR YEARS OF CONSTRUCTION GRUELING WORK STUDY AND SACRIFICE NORTHMEN OF 52 FINISH THEIR WORK AS PITTSBURGH SHOWS EVIDENCE OF PROGRESS FOR A YEARS WORK THESE STUDENTS TOO GAVE INDICA TION THAT THEY DESERVED I I . . TO BEAR THE TITLE OF L.. AUTO DIECIIANICS o MECHANICAL DRAWING A , W V ef T fx. I AV Ag-ag, 'x ww E 1011 Ti.-p:," we-3' DONALD J. ALTMYER-St. Peter-'fDon"-So- dal-ity 1, 2 . . . Football 1 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Variety Show 1 . . . Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Cafeteria Staff 1, 2 . . . DONALD ANESIN-St. Joseph-"Don"-Football 2, 3 . . . Baseball 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Variety Show 1 . . . Min- strel 1, 2,4 . . . Art Club 1, 2 . . . Hall Guard 1 . . . JOHN H. ARBLE-St. Mary-"Buck"-Im tramurals 1, 4 . . . Class Officer 2 . . . THOMAS J. AUTH-Most Holy N ame-'fTiny"-Football 1, 2 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .Art Club 1, 2 . . . Stage Crew 3 . . . PATRICK BAILEY-St. Teresa-4'B'lio"-Intramurals 1, 2, 3 . . . Speech Club 1 . . . Variety Show 1 . . . Minstrel 1, 2, 4 . . . JAMES A. BALKEY-St. Mary--"Jim'l-Sodality 1, 2 . . . Baseball 2, 4 . . . Student Council Committees 4 . . . Intramurals 1 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics 2 . . . Minstrel 4 . . . Class Officer 1 . . . Business Honor Society 4 . . . ROB- ERT J. BALQUIST-All Saints-"Bob"-Sodality 2, 3, 4 . . . Trojan News 2, 3, 4 . . . Yearbook 4 . . . Science Honor Society 4 . . . Minstrel 2, 3, 4 . . . Literary Honor Society 3, 4 . . . Honor Student 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . PAUL J. BAUER-St. Leo-"Saul"- Sodality 2 . . . Minstrel 1 . . . Class Officer 2 . . . Stage Crew 1 . . . MICHAEL BECKER-St. Ann -"Cat"-Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Class Officer Z, 4 . . . MERL J. BELL, JR.-St. Ann-"Merl"- Sodality 1, Z, 3, 4 . . . JOHN BERIE-St. Cyril- 'fBolts"-Football 1 . . . Bowling 3, 4 . . . Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . RICHARD C. BINZ-St. 7 5' "" . 'D 4 Athanasius-"Dick"-Sodality 1, 2, 3 . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council Committees 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Library Staff 1 . . . Maintenance 1, 2 . . . FRED M. BLAKE-St. Francis Xavier-'KFredq-Sodality 1 . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2,4 . . . Minstrel 4 . . . Stage Crew 1, 2 . . . GERARD W. BOEH-St. Athanasius-'fChid'-Sodality 1, 2 . . . Yearbook 4 . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 4 . . . Minstrel 1, Z, 3, 4 . . .Class Officer 3 . . . Library Staff 1, Z . . . Hall Guard 2 . . . JAMES P. BOLIN-St. Mary--"Jim"-Sodality 1, 2 . . . Intramurals 1, 2 . . . Minstrel 1 . . . Art Club 1, 2 . . . ALBERT BOLL-Nativity-"Al"-So- dality 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Trojan News 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council Commit- tees 3, 4 . . . History Honor Society 4 . . . Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Speech Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Debating 2, 3, 4 . . . Minstrel 2, 3 . . . Class Officer 1, 2 . . . Honor Student 1, 3 . . . ARMAND BOR- GESE-St. Cyril-"Pancho"-Sodality 1, 2 . . . Student Council 1, 2 . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2 . . . Class Officer 2, 3 . . . Honor Student 1, 2 . . . Hall Guard 4 . . . JAMES A. BOSTON-St. Peter--'tBlackie" -Manager 1, 2 .... A NTHONY BRACE-Most Holy Name-"Tonyl'-Student Council 1, Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3 . . . Baseball 3 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Class Officer 1 . . . RICHARD BREHL- St. Anthony-ffRichl'-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Minstrel 4. , Y , l H4 - The stately walls of North tower above Lowrie St. - fi - 5922: fig ., , ,wt 7'il"i -3-P31 2 654' ' ,INV ' -iqlg u'g "9 f3v --575 r""i :X tg-, JN . f 17:1 zidrtg : aa 1 .n 5-4, .xg-, 1 5' 55 , u?f'f-i'f1"Zi 1' ' ,. .. t L X ' it Donald J. Altmyer James A. Balkey John Berie Albert Boll if Donald Anesin john H. Arble i- -. Robert J. Balquist Paul J. Bauer Richard C. Binz Fred M. Blake 'aw l B 6 3 '. it -. Thomas J- Auth Patrick J. Bailey - 'Ai Michael J. Becker Merl J. 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IJ . - le' ' 'f , .. . - - , ,F AL.. ..... y U 2- , -1. 1 J. M- .1 -' I .. ai"" .HQ Q J ' . N i "4 1 fs Q, ' v 4, fwfr Edward M. Bryce 3 Richard M. Burke Robert C. Burke John Clark Bernard Codori james G. Connors Daniel A. Conway Frank J. Buchmann Charles A. Camarda Nicholas M. Coholic Q, 3 r, I I fi sf ,Q John J. Cotter Nl 'Q s "" I 'sin -s Q Artists of 12F get background for future work. FRANK BREKER, JR.-St. Cyril-"Buzz"- Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Class Officer 4 . . . Library Staff 1 . . . PAUL F. BROGLIE-St. Catherine-"Injun Joe"-Year book 4 . . . Football 2 . . . Intramurals 1 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Minstrel 1, 2, 4 . . . WILLIAM C. BROWN-St. Cyril-"Bill'l-Yearbook 4 . . . EDWARD M. BRYCE-St. Teresa-ffEd"-So- dality 1, Z, 3, 4 . . .Trojan News 1, 2, 3, 4 . .. Yearbook 4 . . . Intramurals Z, 3, 4 . . . Minstrel 1, 2 . . . Server's Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Honor 1, 2, 3 . . .FRANK J. BUCHMANN-St. Ambrose -"Frank"-Sodality 1, 2 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3 . . . Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Class Officer 4 . . . ED- ML'ND J. BCDZISZEWSKI-St. John Cantius- 'fSkoots"-Intramurals 1, 2, 3 . . . Minstrel 2 . . . Class Officer 1, 4 . . . DONALD R. BL'MBAL'GH- Annunciation-t'Don"-Sodality 1, 2 . . . Student Council Committees 4 . . . Intramurals 2, 3 . . . Class Officer 1, 2 . . . Hall Guard 1, 4 . . . RICH- ARD M. BURKE-Holy Family Institute- "Porky" . . . ROBERT C. BURKE-Most Holy Name-HBob" . . . CHARLES A. CAMARDA- Mary Immaculate-"Chess"-Sodality 2, 3 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Minstrel 1, 2 . . . Honor , ,HBQDA ' r - -v .2 1 Jr' . .- 1' .-'ff 'cf . ,J .I 3,9451-,E I .J lvfsfsil-f' , ,. I 3-.EL I ' ' ' ':"31i1i-- ,Dig Student 1, 2, 3 . . . JOHN CHESNES-St. Peter- "Chip"-Sodality 1, 2 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Class Ofncer 1, 2 .... A NTHONY J. CHMURA -St. Cyprian-A'Tony"-Sodality 2, 3 . . . Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Manager 3 . . . Minstrel 2, 3, 4 . . . Library Staff 2 . . . JOHN CLARK-St. Andrew-f'Locko"-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Minstrel 1, 2 . . . Hall Guard 1 . . . BERNARD CODORI-Assumption-"Bern"-Intramurals 1, 2 . . . Minstrel 1, 2, 4 . . . Library Staff 1 . . . NICHOLAS M. COHOLIC--St. Nicholas- ffNicky"-Sodality 2 . . . Intramurals 2, 3 . . . Honor Student Z, 3 . . . SALYATORE J. COM- MENDATORE-St. Peter-"Sam"-Football 1, 2, 4 . . . Baseball 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Minstrel 4 . . . Class Officer Z, 4 . . . Library Staff 2 . . . JOHN W. CONE-St. Edward-t'J. Cf- Baseball 1 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Minstrel 4 . . . JAMES G. CONNORS-Assumption-t'Gov- ernor"-Sodality 1, 2 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Minstrel 4 . . . Class Officer 3 . . . DANIEL A. CONWAY-Assumption-J'Dan"-Sodality 2, 3 . . . Bowling 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . JOHN J. CO'I"I'ER-St. Scholastica-"Fish"- Science Honor Society 4 . . . 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Hune X 46' MATTHEWA GNIUER Natlvxty Matt' I tramurals 1, 2 3 4 Minstrel 1 Hall Guard JOHNI K GORSKI St Cyprian Greek Sodallty 1 2 Intramurals 1 Class Officer ALLEN G GOTKIEWICZ St Lrsula Gock Sodallty 1 Band l 2 Servers Cl 1 2 Art Club 1 Library Staff 2 Graup BERNARD A GRAUPE St Aloyslus Sodallty 1 2 3 Student Council 1 Intra m rals 1 2 3 4 Class Officer 1 2 BER INARD L GRLSECK JR St Peter Bub Minstrel Sodality 1 2 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 3 GLSTAV C GL RSC St Ambrose Gus Sodallty 1 2 Intramuralsl 2 Mmstrell 2 3 4 Class Officer 1 SAMUEL E HAGUE Annunclatlon Gunder Sodalltyl 2 Footballl 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Bowling 4 Intramurals Class Officer 1 3 4 Carrier 4 CHARLES E HALRO St Aloyslus Chuck Intramurals 3 JANIES R HEIDEN REICH Most Holy Name Jm Sodallty 1 2 . . tramurals 2, 3 4 . . . Manager 1 2 . . . Minstrel 1 . . . Hall Guard 2 3 . . . CYRIL G. HEIM- Nativity- Cy -Sodality 2 3 . . . Football 1 2 . . . Basketball 1 2 . . . Baseball 4 . . . Student Council Committees 4 . . . Intramurals 1 2 3, 4 JOSEPHR HEINI St Athanaslus Joe Science Honor Society 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Minstrel 2 THOMAS M HEINI St Athanaslus Tom Sodallty l 2 3 Intra muralsl 2 4 Mmstrell 2 4 JOHN HERRICK St Anthony Jack Sodallty 1 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Manager! DAN J HOLDCROFT Assumption Dan Sodallty Student Councll 3 Intramurals 1, Z, 3 Class Officer 1 2 Library Staff 1 2 Ha Guardl 2 JOSEPHA HOPPER Nativity Joe Intramurals 3 4 MICHAEL P HOP PER Nativity Pat Intramurals4 RICH ARD L HORN 'Vlost Holy Name Duck Sodallty 1 2 Yearbook 4 Class Officer 3 Stage Crew 1 2 3 4 Hall Guard 2 Carrier 3 4 THOMAS J HUCKESTEIIN Annunciatlon Stroke Sodallty 1 2 Cheer Leader 1 Student Council Committees 4 Hlstory Honor Society 4 Science Honor So clety 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 M1nstrel4 . . . Class Officer 1 . . . Art Club 1 . . . FRANCIS I. HUGHES-St. Andrew- Oggie -Football 2 . . . Intramurals 1, 2 3, 4 . . . Class Officer 4 . . . RICHARD JOSEPH HUNE-St. Boniface- Ace -Sodality 1 2 3 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3 4 . . Minstrel 1 2 4 . Class Officer 1 2. B pr' ,.feV. "5 'f' gif? 5 Q-'f"'l QLW7 1-32 'f , . 'swf 4. .' .K ,. ffm' , ,f ,,' ', ,A .. 'r-'1v.," . , 1 -, -.-vs .-1-4 . . . I. V.. Q.. .:..f 11:55:41: .Fi .- h . ..:-.- .. Q , .L-',T:-Ev., :lsr ri: fir-I .-.V I, .A -"ai-.F : i Q 'VU r' Milf -3 Q u-,J -. rffw.. . 1 . .. Ag 'I J-2:50 .- .zglca-A ggi." N -i-hlrvnihgjgx :Lv if--. 1-f: 5 ' --. ami. viii: td? :, .QI . V - , ever Q .ilm -,N -. fb- ,. L1 hlfvlp.-.Q .mm . ,, I. ,US ,jg ..',,,9 5m..,iMv,-9,1 -J-,,, .iq . ., ., -z,- i,.N,:fr,:: J . 1,5 0 3 'u' Q A Vx: fm.ffii'-lfi'+'s'?1f's'vg-aff-'1'?P":f:if - fret'-331532-29 ' -fa' 'ggi Fil -v -4?a'S.1':2 afw:f-Sv'- -e r ,.. - . 1 - Q' ,931 5, ,.. f , .3 raw 4,4 . .,1.x,,, , Lg- 8 T . . .W .flu , . ., ,. Sfafzgggxz-Yr .U . Q 1, . V I A ,- 4 . , ,L , V , , J, B I ' . , ,m,g,.,,4. h M N, ' , ' ' '- " ff: - v ' . .h -of ' ' U -' R? ' A 3 " -' ' ' 73- '-'- -'r 117 . , 1'xU - 4 "ff ' , um - Uxjr'5'2.g49-.,.4.!J5?-1'f +?4y?lcg:57E?' ' 'f ..ni77'ft"f1rw.b' 47-QWTQ-1.T . ii'-QU:-'TQ fffl? .-1-' A-ff' '4p?"5f'A-" 'it iffzllfl-'.f" ""?5,'f.:::T 39 WILLIAM F. IMLER-Annunciation-"Buck"-- Sodality 1 . . . Football 1, 2, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . REGIS A. IRLBACHER-St. Teresa- 'Frank Buck"-Intramurals 1, 2 . . . Minstrel 1 . . . Library Staff 2 . . . LAWRENCE R. JANICKO -St. Gabriel-"Larry"-Trojan News 3, 4 . . . Yearbook 4 . . . Baseball 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Class Officer 4 .... A DRIAN J. JOHNSTON -Assumption-''Ade"-Yearbook 4 . . . Science Honor Society 4 . . . Intramurals 2, 3 . . . Minstrel 4 ...Class Officer 4 . . .Honor Student 1, 2, 3, 4... DAVID J. JURIGA-Most Holy Name-"Dave" --Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . STEPHEN KADUCK -Assumption-f'Steve"-Sodality 1 . . . Band 2 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Minstrel 2, 4 . . . Library Staff 2 . . . FRED M. KARLIK-St. Joseph- f'Fred"-Sodality 2 . . . Baseball 4 . . . Intramurals 1, Z, 3, 4 .... A rt Club 1 . . . THOMAS F. KASU- NICH-St. Aloysius-f'Big Tom"-Sodality 1, 2 . . . Intramurals 1, 2 . . . Minstrel 1, 2 . . . PAT- RICK F. KELLER-St. Teresa-"Caveman"- Sodality 1, 2 . . . Student Council 3 . . . Minstrel 4 . . . Class Officer 3 . . . Carrier 1 . . . JOHN F. KELLY-Nativity-A'Jack"-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Minstrel 1 . . . DONALD A. KOHL-Most Holy Name-"Don"-Class Officer 1 . . . RICH- ARD J. KOSAK-St. Gabriel-ffDick"-Sodality 1 . . . Football 1 . . . Baseball 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . FRANKLIN J. KOSAR-St. Ursula -f'Koke"-Trojan News 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2 . . . Stage Crew Z . . . ROBERT KRAH- Sacred Heart-"Bob'l .... A LBERT R. KREBS- St. Theresa-"Small Onew-Sodality 1, 2 . . . Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Min- strel 1, 2 . . . LEWIS KRENN-Most Holy Name -"Lew"-Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. . . Minstrel 1 . . . Carrier 1, 2,3 . . . PAUL D. KRESS-St. Boniface-f'Sandy"-Class Officer 2 . . . ROBERT KREUTZER-St. Athanasius- 'fBob"-Sodality 1 . . . Student Council 1, 3 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Class Officer 1, 3 . . . LAWRENCE KRONEN- BERGER-St. Athanasius-"Larry"-Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council President 4 . . . Trojan News 2, 3, 4 . . . Yearbook 4 . . . Student Council Committees 4 . . . Science Honor Society 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Minstrel 2 . . . Class Officer 1, 2, 3 . . . Honor Student 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . FRANK KUJBUS-St. Mary of the Mount-f'Choo-Choo"--Sodality 1 . . . In- tramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . Library Staff 1, 2, 3 . . . Cafeteria 1, 2, 3. 'iiyvf-l,l.""5'i" 1 - wig x .,,1J -'1'.pA14 5 Jaf- , 'V :Ip k...,x..'.x,l 6 -1 gffigtf- fi-2,3 -1951 ':s,fr'1.-1 fiisgfn--, I-4:3 Q? A l .,,z55.'lf'L:-5221. pr 3,1 Lg .". i gil? 3 1,57 513:54 iii' 41 1 - fail ,293 xi- '5Q.1.H'e'I3 Senior C poses for 1952 Trojan. 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JOSEPH MICUCCI-Church of 'Kla- donna Joe Sodahty 2 Football 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Intramuralsl Class Officer 1 Student Council Committees 4 LARRY E MIHLFRIED St Anthony Herk Student Council 1 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Class Officer 1 JAMES A MILLIGAN St Mary S ew S alrty 1 2 3 4 Science Honor Society 3, 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Dramatlcs 2 Minstrel 2 3 4 Lrbrary Staff Malntenance Crew 3 4 RALPH MIRABAL-Assumption Sabu Sodallty 2 Intramurals 1 2 ALFRED R MOELTER St Cyril Al Sodalrty 2 Student Council Footballl 2 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Intramurals 3 4 Dramatlcs 2 Class Officer JOHN A MOSSEY St Peter N10 Football 1 2 Scrence Honor Society 4 Intramuralsl 3 4 Minstrel 2 3 4 Class Officer 1 THOMAS MULLIGAN St Andrew Mel Intramurals 1, 2 3 Class Officer 1 Art Club 2 THOMAS W NEPPACH St Peter Tom Nhnstrell 2 Class Officer Library Staff 2 LEO G NEIJGEBAUER Leo- Leo Bandl 2 3 4 Intramurals 1, 2 . . . Minstrel 1, 4 . . . PAUL R. NOGA-As- sumption-'APaul"-Sodality 1 . . . Intramurals 4 . . . Class Officer 1 . . . Hall Guard 4 . . . WILLIANI OBERST 'Host Holy Name Canvass Intra m rals 1 2 3 4 Class Officer 2 3 Honor Student 2 JOHNJ ONDEK JR St Joseph Killer Football 3 4 Baseball 4 tramurals 1 2 3 4 Class Officer 3 4 BERNARD L PARKER St Ann Bernie Sodallty 2 Football 3, 4 Science Honor Society 2, 3 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Minstrel JAMES J PARTRIDGE St Francis XHVICF Potts Sodalnty 1 2 Intramurals Minstrel 1 2 4 Carrier 3 THOMAS J PEITZ St Ann Al Baseball 4 Intramuralsl 2 3 4 JOSEPH PFEIFER All Saints Baby Face Sodallty 1 Intra murals 2 3 4 JOSEPH PRICE Most Holy lName Joe Footballl 2 3 4 Basketball Baseballl 2 3 4 Intramuralsl Class Officer 3 Honor Student 2 3 Hall Guard 1 4 RAYMOND A PSCHIRER St Anthony Nectar Student Council 3 Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Debatmgl Class Officer 3 JOSEPH W PURCELL-St Ann Joe Intramurals 1 Honor Student 1, 2 Father Lees ftnds attentlve mtercst m 12A 1 1 'ia William J Medfisch Alfred R Moelter Paul R N oga Thomas Pextz 2'-Stud? 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Schmidt joseph Schmitt TT.. john Richard Robert M. Roman Andrew Schlick Paul L. Schmitt Q J Walter W. Riddle Lewis H. Roos T joseph P. Schlosser Ronald C. Schnebelen Hi. 'N af Q, '4w...'!.-J -sox D C X .if 'i II... :l , L., E- 5513- - v ' 'I-"' . MPJ-'. Seniors first choice of courses 3,4-.1-,:.?gg'11., RALPH RANDAZZO-St. Andrew-UMuss"-So- dality 1 . . . Baseball 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Art Club 3 . . . ROBERT REITHMEIER- St. Mary-"Bud"-Sodality 1 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Manager 2 . . . Honor Student 2 . . . WILLIAM RENGERS-All Saints-'tBill"-So- dality 1, 2, 3 . . . Manager 1 . . . Hall Guard 2 . . . Carrier 4 . . . JOHN RICHARD-St. Alphonsus- "Jack"-Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2 . . . WALTER W. RIDDLE-All Saints-ttWalt" -Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Yearbook 4 . . . Band 1 . . . Football 3 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Poster Club 1, Z, 3, 4 . . . RAYMOND RIEGER- St. Leo-"Ray"-Student Council 2 . . . Class Of- ficer 2, 3 .... A rt Club 2 . . . Honor Student 2 . . . MICHAEL RODGERS-St. Cyril-'tMike"- Football 1, Z, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 3 . . . CARL M. ROEMELE-An- nunciation-t'Carl"-Sodality 2, 3, 4 . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . History Honor Society 4 . . . Minstrel 1, Z, 3, 4 . . . ROBERT M. ROMAN-Our Lady of Perpetual Help-"Bo"-Sodality 1, 2 . . . Intra- murals 1, Z, 3, 4 . . . Manager 2 . . . Class Officer 1, Z . . . LEWIS H. ROOS-Assumption-'tLew" , r- ,,,, -1 1 v'.fl"n5 , I '27' 'S mf-7133 1' 15:23. 26190:-" Zvi ' "1k'4g,'za.?1' iffivffv F' 1 as - ,T V - Q',"lf'Qf J' N-Q I eg-gf' SS- V: -1 .'f1'E-'I-:iii , , ,- ncytjiyrdfgxtgir '. J . lim- -Sodality 1 . . . Intramurals 1, 2 . . . WILLIAM N. SCHAEFER-Nativity-K'Bill"-Sodality 2, 3 . . . Student Council 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Class Offirer 3, 4 . . . THOMAS SCHELLER- St. Teresa-"Tom"-Minstrel 1 . . . Library Staff 2 . . . Honor Student 2, 3 . . . ROBERT SCHLEGEL-St. Cyril-1'Farmer"-Sodality 1, 2 . . . Baseball 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . ANDREXV SCHLICK-St, Athanasius-'tAndy"-- Minstrel 2 . . . Honor Student 2, 3 . . . JOSEPH P. SCHLOSSER-All Saints-HEars"-Sodality 1, 2 .. . Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 2,3 . . . Min- strel 4 .... A rt Club 1 . . .JAMES P. SCHMIDT-- Assumption-"Jim"-Class Officer 1 . . . Server's Club 2 . . . Hall Guard 2 . . . ROBERT L. SCHMIDT-St. Anthony-'tDudley"-Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . JOSEPH SCHMITT-All Saints-f'Joe"-Sodality 1, 2 . . . Intramurals 1, Z, 3, 4 . . . Minstrel 2 . . . PAUL L. SCHMITT-St. Athanasius-"Schmitty"-Band 2, 3 . . . Minstrel 2, 4 . . . Hall Guard 2 . . . RONALD C. SCHNE- BELEN-All Saints-t'Ron"-Manager 1 . . . Art Club 2, 4 . . . Poster Club 2, 4. EDWARD J. SCHNEIDER-St. Cyril-'Herk' -Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1 . . . Intra- murals Z, 3. 4 . . . ROBERT E. SCHNITZER- Nativity-''Bob"-Sodality 1, 2 . . . Yearbook 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Minstrel 2 . . . Carrier 2 . . . Intramurals 4 . . . PAUL J. SCHOENECKER- St. Leo-f'Schon''-Intramurals 3 . . . Stage Crew 2 . . . JAMES W. SCHWARTZ-St. Ann- "Schultzie"-Sodality 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council 4 . . . Trojan News 2, 3, 4 . . . Yearbook 4 . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council Committees 3, 4 . . . History Honor Society 3, 4 . . . Intra- murals 1 . . . Minstrel 1, Z, 3, 4 . . . Honor Student 2, 3, 4 . . . JOSEPH G. SEBAL-St. Nicholas- "Whitey"-Sodality 1 . . . Intramurals 1, 2 . . . Minstrel 3 . . . JOHN M. SENKO-St. Norbert- "Stencho"-Sodality 1, Z, 3, 4 . . . Minstrel 2, 3, 4 . . . NORMAN SENKO-St. Mary-f'Norml'- Student Council 3 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Class Officer 3 . . . Honor Student 3 . . . THOMAS SERVATIUS-St. Andrew-f'Tex"-Baseball 4 . . . Bowling 1, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Manager 2 . . . Class Officer 2 . . . Stage Crew 2 . . . WILLIAM SIPPEL-St. Cyril-"Sips"- Baseball 2, 4 . . . History Honor Society 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Minstrel 4 . . . Honor Student 1, 2, 3 . . . STANLEY J. SKRESKI-St. Cyprian-"Stan"-Baseball 3, 4 . . . Bowling 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Minstrel 4 . . . FRANK J. SLADIC-St. Nicholas-"Moe"- Football 2 . . . Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . Hall Guard 4 . . . FRED SLOWIK-St. Peter-f'Fred" . . . WILLIAM F. SMITH, JR.-St. L'rsula-f'Whip- per Will"-Baseball 4 . . . Bowling 4 . . . Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4 .... A rt Club 1 . . . WILLIAM J. STEINBACH-St. Athanasius-Sodality 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council 4 . . . Trojan News 2, 3, 4 . . . Yearbook 4 . . . Student Council Committees 4 . . . Science Honor Society 4 . . . Speech Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Debating 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Radio Players 2, 3, 4 . . . Minstrel 2, 4 . . . Class Officer 4 . . . Honor Student 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . JOSEPH STEINMILLER- Most Holy Name-"Son"-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Manager 1, 2 . . . Minstrel 1 . . . Honor Stu- dent 1, 2, 3, 4 . WILLIAM C. STRAIN-St. Joseph-UBurp"-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Class Officer 2 . . . Honor Student 1, 2, 3 . . . HERMAN STREIFF-All Saints-t'Herk"-Sodality 2, 3 . . . Yearbook 4 . . . Football 1 . . . Baseball 1 . . . History Honor Society 4 . . . Intramurals 3, 4 . . . Minstrel 3, 4 . . . Class Officer 1 . . . ROGER STROCK-Nativity-K'Professor"-Trojan News, 2, 3 . . . Intramurals 3, 4 . . . Debating 1, 2 . . . EDWIN H. SYPOLT-Annunciation-"Sy"-Sm dality 2, 3, 4 . . . Trojan News 2, 3, 4 . . . Yearbook 4 . . . Cheer Leader 3, 4 . . . History Honor Society 4 . . . Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Radio Players 2 . . . Minstrel 2, 3, 4 . . . Hall Guard 3, 4 . . . JACK THOMAS-Annunciation- "Cecil"-Trojan News 3 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Class Ofticer 3. Edward J. Schneider Y 'CZ' x John M. Senko Frank J. Sladic Father Lees massages Huck's humeral cavity. it William C. Strain l l 3 bv, E Robert E. Schnitzer Paul J. Schoenecker James W. Schwartz Joseph G. 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Dorsch, best dancerg G. Boeh, did most for Northg B. Zink, best dresserg S. Comtnenda- .gn--T K fe. - - E' ' A . V va' I-.' 41... 5 ' , v . A ' 4. 4:5 X. - 1 SUDALITY 0 STUDENT CUUNCIL . YEARBUIIK ARCHITECTS . . . DRAFTSMEN . . . ENGINEERS AND LABORERS . . . ALL ARE NECESSARY TO ACHIEVE PROGRESS . . . ALL ARE MOST IMPOR- Ti L TANT . . . SIMILARLY A VARIETY OF ACTIVITIES WERE NEEDED TO MAKE NORTH A SCHOOL OF PROGRESS . . . X X . X X X X X X X. . . THIS WAS ACCOMPLISHED THRU THE P. NEWSPAPER CLUBS BAND Q IIRADIATICS if l ,Hb-nv gagg- MJ nw iv'- pus- al- . 1 l.Q'f?:f,f'f3 ., MF-f 5 'f f . ,. ., .M 3 " 11: E mms fm, if W Q.. .,.,,,w EE .Q-.Q V F"f"""5 S,,, L v.- -M .,..- i.,.Q.. 5' .,...n.i I fb ...Z-',,,, - .77f"'f-. 1 5:.:L 011014 I ATl0 S ,---as 2. W u W fi? ' , , 5 'f... if HL + 1 4 XX vm ,. QE QL , X gs' R. 'Q 5 if '-X. Q .1 ,vi L 4 'M vu I fl ., 'y S 1 0 Y I Shuartz E Svpwlt Y Dovle F Iamm FIRST ROW: I.. Kronenherger. L. Krenn. R. oest. , . c ' . . , . , . , . , . . SECOND ROW: C. Roemele, E. Schneider, W. Steinbach, A. Boll, E. Bryte, I. Richard, S. Zaremba. PRUGIRESS I H0 lllll G MARY "A :ood time was had by all" at the Sodality Christmas party. Entertainment was provided by those Sodalxsts who are music-minded, and Saint Nick was on hand to distribute 1 s ,, . 1 3 'Q . Father Lees, ofticiatinfz at n Sodality ceremony, installed Albert Boll as the Sodality Prefect for the 1051-1952 school year. ful ' Q 1. 'l'llY LIIYAL S0 S WITH 0 ll Mlllllllll Once again the Sodality undertook to promote devotion to the Blessed Virgin among the students of North. Under the leadership of William Steinbach, president: Merl Bell, treasurer: Robert Balquist, secretary: Edward Schneider, vice-president: and the guidance of Brother Kevin O'Reilly, the senior Sodality set the pace for the underclass groups. With the motto "To Jesus through Mary" as its spiritual philosophy, the Sodality brought each of its members closer to the Mother of all men. FIRST ROW: R. Bayless, R. Hartmann, H. Brady, C. Eichner, J. Thunell. R. Heyl, J. Riesmeyer, A. Shaheen, J. Panyi, L. Solinsky. SECOND ROW: R. Bowser, W. Schulties, j. Langer, R. Dorsch, The small but spirited senior group enjoyed a successful year in its spiritual activities at North. It inaugurated and completed more projects than at any time in the past. Given capable guidance by the faculty moderators, the Sodalists became more and more proficient in attacking school problems. Without this guidance, the Sodality could not possibly have gone so far in completing its aims for the year. H. Von Schaven, W Miller, K. Aquadro, I. Winsky, T. Eaton. THIRD ROW: C. Lipke, N. Bolkovac, J. Barney, R. Walter, R. Richert, J. O'Lertry, J. Schurer. ASS Aiding the Sodality in its drives and projects. the Sodalists who were members of the Art Club painted posters to advertise the Sodality's work. ALL IIW 'l'llY GE 'l'LIl WAY With Prefect, Al Boll of 12B, representing it in the Student Council, the Sodality advanced as an outstanding school organization. The members worked diligently and enthusiastically to accomplish the goals they set for themselves in the weekly meetings. Each Sodalist took an active part in the proceedings of the meetings and in the actual application of the ideas resolved therein. Undoubtedly, the individual ability to observe, judge and act served as a means of realizing a fuller spiritual life. FIRST ROW: E. Chmura, C. Pavlik, C. Goetz, R. Topping, K. McGowan, J. Kuhn, P. Kress, G. Cox, J. Docherty. SECOND Highlight of the Sodality's year was the trip to Cleveland for the second annual convention. The journey was quite an experience for all the delegates, and the activities there over the first weekend of November were an opportunity for North Catholic students to meet Sodalists from other Marianist schools in Ohio and Kentucky. Twelve Sodalists attended the convention to compare North Catholic's progress with that of other Marianist schools. ROW: J. Zahren, V. Kreuer. W. Zivic, G. Gerhards, T. English, W. Hesidence, P. Paulson, J. Eichenlaub, R. Klenk, W. Slagel. Representing a carefully chosen cross-cut of all the divisions, these Sodalists attended the 1951- 1952 Sodality Convention, held at Cathedral Latin High School in Cleveland, Ohio. FIRST ROW: W. Comella, J. Petrich, C. Killmeyer, R. Klavon, F. Flynn. C. McHugh. P. Schmitt, R. Gottschalk. J. Winter. D. Harrison. SECOND ROYV: D. Green. R. Mergenthaler. I. Kelly, R. Horn. J. Sweeney. G. Gross, C. Farrell, D. O'Brien, R. Rombach F. Young. M. Kelsch. A, Friedel. THIRD ROW: R. Yourron, A Victoria, T. Scherer, D. Duncan. T. Cheetham, F. Metz, C. Roel mele, C. Loch. K. Sexton, A. Saxman. D. Sisca. FOURTH ROW: L. Boyer, D. Fleming. F. Brandt, R. Gallo, H. Cervone, G. Rich- ert, J. Mazzio, R. Kribel, R. Loch, R. Banyas. FIFTH ROW1 D. Dickman, K. Hofmeister. D. Hunkele, D. Sypolt. J. Cook, D. Glocckner, C. Banner, R. Stringert, P. Buchel, R. Xieri, D. Walter, F. Tomasello, C. Frank. Llllll G CHILDREN KNIIEL With the Mass as the theme of the year, the Sodalists of North Catholic endeavored to instruct and perfect themselves and their companions with the zeal necessary to increase and foster worship of God through the Blessed Virgin. Sacriticing evening time in many cases to hold meetings and discuss the Mass, the participants in the Sodality gained in the knowledge of the greatest sacrifice of all time, Calvary. They were able to see the Mass under many new aspects and discern new meanings hidden behind the veil of mystery. 1,41 1-so-J gr HI' bot .L At the installment of the Pre- fect and ofticers of the Sof dality. the Sodalists eauerly participated in the ceremony while their leaders were in- aurzurated into their oftices. This general meetins. and others held throushout the year. enabled the Sodalists to get tozether. discuss their problems. and coordinate their activities. Preparinrz the censer is an important duty of the crxer at North Catholic Thi precedes prac -4 , ' .1 ' - rams- , s ' s .' ' . s - i 'V ' X tically all religious ceremonies around the school. ' if -4' 1. - - i An integral part of the scholastic year was the conducting of religious services. At these occasional religious observances Northmen were reminded of their primary allegiance and the fundamental reason for their education. The Servers Club con- tributed to the convenience and solemnity of these exercises. The members of the club assisted at daily Mass in chapel, thus sacrificing their sleep in order to arrive at school early in the morning. Andrew Cassells was president of the group. Brother Kevin O'Reilly was moderator. . .e Nr s HELPEIR AT Tllll Tlllill ll FIRST ROW: J. Sweeney, P. Schmitt, F. Tomasello, H. Criste, H. Wehrli, J. Winter. SECOND ROW: K. Sexton, 1. Davis, D. Gloeckner, E. Bryce, A. Cassells, C. Goetz. gums-nav-suv 'S c FIR T AMO G E0 AL I MARCH 0F PIHIGRESS A strong student government is a desirable asset to any school. Realizing this fact, the faculty at North gives representation to the pupils through the Student Council. In this governing body the students have the opportunity to voice their suggestions and problems and to discuss various points of common interest. All of the homerooms and the major activities are given representation in the Councilg the class representatives have a full vote, with the exception of the freshmen who have no vote, but merely participate in the discussions so as to become proficient in the running of the Council. The activities possess a half vote. Early in the year committees are appointed to take care of the various forms of business. The social committee organizes and runs all dances, etc., throughout the school year. The pep rally committee is given the job of planning and executing the rallies held during the term to spark the football and basketball teams to victory. Thus, the Student Council has a definite position in the running of the school. For the second time in as many years North Catholic's student body placed first in the annual "Clean up, paint up, hx up" Campaign, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce of the city of Pittsburgh. Brother Tom and some of the students of IZA appear to be impressed by the award. 5 tv '2- wif X r ' 1 s - Aa A The most important organization in the school, the Student Council, successfully completed another vear of parliamentary procedure in discussing and solving student problems and arranging social programs Follow mg the example of the officers, Lawrence Ixronenberger, president Robert Xoest vice president Donald Bum baugh, secretary and Edward Vhvell, treasurer, council members showed alertness, adeptness and interest m capably performing the tasks entrusted to them Having a willing assembly of school leaders, this organization kept progress with the rest of the school Lawrence Kronenberger president of the Student Council officiated at the semi-monthly meetings of the organiza- ion. FIRST ROW: J. Nicotero, T. Scherer, R. Formosa, T. Kearny, E. Wivell, R. Cam- marata, M. Cocivera, D. Toski, T. Frobe, A. Victoria. SECOND ROW: J. Brendle, R. Yoest, K. Aquadro. G. Mandl, B. Regan, W. Howley, E. Meyer. W. Schaefer, A. Moelter. J. Schwartz, J. Nasky. THIRD ROW: J. Embersits, P. Geiselhart. W. Celik, V. Doyle, W. Steinbach, R. Colville, L. Krenenberger, D. Bumbaugh, S. Commen- datore. 'Vleeting tvnce monthlx the Student Council gnes repre sentation to the homerooms and the major actnitie Brother Tom the moderator 1 present at all meetm s and maintains the efficiencx of the organization -kll the impor tant changes made in the schools activities mu t be passed upon by the Council -AQK ME 0F Slllll CE One of the most publicized and one of the most interesting activities at North is the Science Honor Society. This scholastic organization is a chapter in the Diocesan Science Honor Society, which holds semimonthly meetings at various schools and scientific institutions. Composed of Norths own biologists, chemists, and physicists, this group is supervised by Brother Thomas Schick, head of the physics department. It has a two-fold purpose: to stimulate interest in science and to expand one's training in scientific methods. It exists for those students who expect to continue their study of science after leaving high school. The Science Honor Society also functions as a social group, and events are frequently held to give members the opportunity to become better acquainted. Some of the senior members of the Science Honor Society amuse themselves with the electronics demonstrator in the physics lab. Avidly interested in science, the seniors participated eagerly in the society's activities. The junior members of the Science Honor Society appear to be interested in the Cartesian diver in the physics lecture room. These younger members of the society will form the nucleus of next year's science group. FIRST ROW: A. Johnston, L. Kronenberszer, T. Huckestein. J. Cotter, T. Fodi. J. Milligan. J. Farrell. W. Steinbach. SECOND ROW: W. Schulties, W. Wescott, J. Schurer, J. Cummings, F. Mekovsky, W. Peters, J. O'Leary, T. Becker, D. Shenot, V. Kreuer, J. Moysey. R, , . 1:1 I I. 'lr' ' 'gl ,, . ' A-g 'UK' 'Sf It X l s C -4 ,T l N 4 x 9 T 1 ki? , x FIRST ROW: E. Sypolt, W. Sippel, T. Porsching, F. Lamm, J. Schwartz. SECOND ROW: T. Huckestein, C. Roemele, H. Streiff, V. Doyle, S. Zaremba. llllmlllllllli 0F PRUGRESS This year, as in the past, the proficiency of the Diocesan History Honor Society was maintained by the eager Northmen who were admitted to the chapter. Headed for the tirst time by Brother George Ruppel, SM., this Sippel, Lamm, and Streiff look up interesting and important historical facts in the library's vertical file. An honor ratinsz in social studies determined their eligibility for the HHS. 'O ik l f or V1 N X. Xa . X group was active in promoting historical excursions, lectures, meetings, and social affairs. Due to the small membership of the society, the selection of Trojan representatives was based on high scholastic standards. -n lx f "L x K Nz X - .- S ,H --F' K The maps in the World Atlas appear to be hold- ing the interest of Streiff and Sippel. They are undoubtedly gaining information for their next meeting. Q ,' JA Tlllllil TAFF Under the supervision of Father Charles Lees, S.M., and Brother Fred Hiehle, S.M.,the editorial, photographic, and business staffs blended their efforts to produce one of the finest yearbooks ever seen in the corridors of North Catholic High School. just as the towering skyscrapers of modern Pittsburgh climbing towards their lofty heights demonstrate the cooperation of engineer and workmen, so, too, the .7952 Trojan attests the teamwork of the moderators and the various staffs. i 42512 1 M. The Staff of the 1052 Trojan appears to be earnestly engaged in its work. Co- operation and efficiency enabled them to turn out a volume which ranks among the best. Through the years it has been the aim of every yearbook staff to surpass the books of the years previous. The great development seen in and around the Golden Triangle has added zest to the work of the 1952 Trojan. To see that the yearbook measures up to past publications is a serious responsibility. The staff worked hard and fulfilled its assignment to the utmost. It was the ambition of the staff that the yearbook be worthy of the individual to whom it was dedicated. The business staff, taking care of the Long hours of workin the darkroom by Typing and mailing the bills for ad- fmancial affairs, worked hard to pro- Stein, Kolson, and Johnston made pos- vertisements comprised one of the many vide the funds which made possible the sible the fine pictures in this book. jobs undertaken by the business staff. superiority of the book. :g.' -' .rf .Al-5 N- in-W - MEMBERS Editor-in-Chief Adrian Johnston Theme Editor William Steinbach Senior Editor James Schwartz Organisation Editor Lawrence Kronenberaer Ifnderclass and Sports Editor Thomas Fodi Business Editor Edward Wivell Photography Adrian Johnston Richard Kolson Walter Stein SMH Robert Balquist Gerard Boeh Paul Broglie Edward Bryce William Garrison Richard Horn Robert Maloney Charles Martier Walter Riddle Robert Schnitzer Herman Streiff Edwin Sypolt Raymond Tinyo Joseph Victoria Edward Wivell Some of the members of the editorial Steinbach and Fodi check some of the staff busy themselves with writing articles turned in by the staff before captions for pictures. sending the material to the printer. -swfx '21 ""' ""V 3 ml -Q .L- Examination of the previous editions of the Trojan enabled the editorial staff to achieve the high standards set by former books. 923 t ' - i it r :,.f,cili,'f' o , -,-" A M - X . ' ., - A 'f .,J.,.ff QQ ! ,, 5 .dia ' 1, . -. 1.3 3: fl X, Q of Bit. Q W' 551 H . . . - b ' l l acfiywy-A . fo. , ' HKQJA1' 45- ft- 1' if-11 V, 'Q ' f' iv' R' fi., zgwrf -' H b ,ij :K , ' A' if I Q Q I E .t3'. Qgff Xi? Ill, ,- 'o La. -s sa E ' s Notes Editors . . Sports Editor 'PHE .. . Ed Bryce Frank Frideczky Larry Janicko Feature Editor , . . . . Tom Eaton Staff Kerry Aquadro Kyran McGowan Bob Balquist Joe McGowan Al Boll Harry Brady Frank Brandt Andrew Cassells Don Colombo Ron Dorsch John Eichenlaub Don Kolc Frank Kosar Larry Kronenberszer john Einchenlaub Charles Martin Business Manager . Photographers ........ AVHSIA ... Tom Moran Don O'Brien Tom Porschinfg jim Rekowski Bart Reilly jim Schwartz Bill Steinbach Ed Sypolt Marty Walsh Bill Wescott Bob Yoest Tom Wysocki I i ,Adrian Johnston Richard Kolson Don Amicone A A 'john Crunkleton Advisors . . Bro. Richard Kuhn Bro. William Fackovec Editor Ed Bryce proofarezirlf and corrects some of the articles Johnston and Kolfon. the yearbook and newspaper photol- before 1-enflinu them to linotvpe. His dutic-S include the raphers, were responsible for takin: the majority of the layout of the tirft parse :tml the writin: of hir own column. picture: appearing: in the 1952 Trojan and the Trojan Nexus. QA- x - 'f Q- :J kfg :Q 5 7 Q. Tllllllllll NEW The Trojan .Years for 1951-52, under the guidance of newly appointed moderators, Brothers William Fackovec and Richard Kuhn, was up to the high standards set by previous classes. It placed high both in the rating of the Scholastic Press Association and in the estimation of the Northmen. News, features, sports events, religious activities-all received ample coverage. The progressive training received by the students of journalism will serve them both in an active and passive capacity in later life-active in clear, concise thinking and writing: passive in judging and evaluating the news of the day in the daily press. Brother Kuhn, one of the moderators, and some of the members of the Trojan News staff discuss the policies of the publication and plan the next issue. Frideczky and some of the fourth page writers type the articles before sending them to the printer. This job must be done carefully so as to avoid any mistakes. These second page writers appear to be interested in the work of turning out a good issue of the newspaper. one which will follow in the footsteps of former excellent editions. The fourth page just has to be good with so many writers working on it. The fourth and last page carries the ads and two feature columns. 'S S? Q2 l 3 fi p-. FIRST ROW J Rxe mexer E Haye T Porschlng lx Aquadro R Utz SECOND ROV! E Mulkenn T Eaton W We cott IIISUIPLE 0F DEMO THE Durmg the 1951 1992 speech and debate season, the orators of Troy, under the msplratlon of thelr moderator, Tlr Lawrence Roche ach1exed a very successful record Partrcxpatmg m exents throughout the county, the members of thls actmtx reallzed how great thelr c1ty really IS and constantlx stmed to make It better Thls chapter of the Natlonal Forenslc League behexmg that speech ls stlxer utlllzed ltS lnterest IH publlc speakmg to further the arms of the school and of the cm ll By entermg and consxstently placmg m contests of a c1v1c nature, the speech and debate club contrlbuted to the fame of the school and to the progress of Plttsburgh The members of the orgamzatlon sacrlfxced thelr time freely smce both thelr meetmgs and the tournaments were held outs1de school txme Lookmg back upon a successful season, the TroJan speakers and debaters can rest assured that they have done therr part to emphaslze Prttsburgh s greatness Mr Roche moderator ln truct the members m P3l'llClD3lll'l2 ln an mtra squad dtbatc am expo the formulauon ot a ca e nen e for the debatcr IN s P' '2 'Y-l. ...- +5 fa K in .L if 4,4 T G. Dann, J. Winsky, Brother Plogman, B. Miller, G. McDonough With its pointed sayings and remarks the club spurred the students and T. Becker assemble a poster display for the auditorium to assist and athletes to become interested in pushing their school to the in sparking the football team to victory. The help which the Art front in all contests. both scholastic and athletic Club gave the school in its drives and programs was invaluable. MA TER 0F Clllllll All llzlllll The Art Club, under the direction of Brother Plogman, leads the school in almost every step forward. The achievements of North are stimulated by the wondrous work of the stroke-and-dab students. The athletic program moves ahead because of the support the school's artists contribute. Students and team alike receive from the painters the urge to slaughter the opposition. During the various drives, the club informs the Northmen concerning the standings of the different classes and individuals. It is doubtful whether there is another organization at North Catholic which has added so much to the school's progress. forming letters when painting igns for the schools Becker and Miller discover the correct procedure in drives and activities. The Art Club aids the school immensely. l2345i'.' 3 590200 0 pg- 5 L'-L, ,qw q-v'-4" ,A FIRST ROW L Solm ln R xx0jClCLhOVlilxl R Allnocl. R Mc G 7 ovuan E Vhxell F Toma ello A bhahetn H Bradx E. Murphex -X hKCll'lZlCl'l W Comella SI'.CO'ND ROV! J Brenrll e D Barn D Strauss R Dorsch R Brenckle T bm R T uer mxo H Crlste T Reltlmger R hlaxon THIRD ROV! N1 Albert ALERT ENTINEL fi Y? I Cone X Doxle R Nus baumer F Hur en VS Faub J Ford D Bumbaugh E Sxpolt P Coonex FOLRTH ROW P Gearx F Xln lu J Ondelt R Rlchert A Brace R Moclxenhaupt J Cxunltleton From the first perlod m the mormng untll the last perxod 1n the afternoon, the hall guards may be seen patrollmg the corrldor The exer xlgllant hall guards who promote sllence and cleanlmess throughout the school, are appointed by Brother Thomas Schrclt S 'NI They are a famlllar sxght to XIQIIOFQ and students 3llh6 -Xslde from patrollmg the marble halls they TBCCIXC to the school Thex delner messages and perform other serxlces for both the faculty and students These falthful Trojans freely relmqutsh the1r study perxods so that peace and order mlght be obserxed durmg classes and dnrect vxsxtors Nb T o hall uarcl .1 ttpt in at tendanct rtport to lm dx tr1b t XILL pr ntlptl utccl to tht homrroom from xrul nr ttrt tx TT l 'sr ' '1 5 eng q .- fo. -1 lt 1 Y -v . ' 1 J 1 'n gl A , ,. 1 . ,T U5 as -- , 4' -S 'O '- I. ' U I . ,Q hx 1. . 4 -1 5 ',h -t. ' " h x' V. 2 I 3 .bf . - ' ' l , A A - 0 5 s x 1 V fx - , - Q " - 1 -' X - -- - L . l . f ,, , . , A - ' , Y I .- ' E . I ' , .W I j I , I ' J ' 5 'Q . 's',', . ' "' L .. A. '. - , , ', 1' , s . . s , ', , . , . v I '. l h 5 Y A A ' , Y I i.. ' D y l I. v ' v.. Z I '., ,. . ' . :. , . s',. ', . ,.. , .. ' , . -', . , . .. , . ' , . V . . ", . 4 ' . . , . , . ' . ': . . . , ' V -Y. . 7 .3 .A s 4 . sac n VT. Af' L- . 9 us. I ,Al 5 5, Q ti Q ' tl I J . . I F sp--,K W 2 5 "C" . . - T' 4 ' 1 1 c 's ' - f , V , , 5 ' Miss Sh' lj 'la , 5" ftgrj h .V ' . toth""- i"1. at .3 ' """' K ,n . 41-. MEMBERS B. Sokolowski R. Topping R. LeDonne Ill PE EHS 0F LEGE ll A ll Lllllll ...,,, .J Under the leadership of Brother Raymond Nartker, librarian, the Library Club passed another successful year at North, successful inasmuch as the courteous and eftlcient aid of the members made easier the task of research, book reports, etc., for the other students. Having at hand a ready knowledge of the library's contents, they were able to fill requests in relatively short order, thereby eliminating unnecessary delays in Ending the particular book or pamphlet needed to obtain background for themes or essays. l X Ntxg tug. . E. Hayes E. Zablacki J . Barney Vx LeDonne, Topping and Hayes assemble a poster display for the library. Cheerful and courteous as they check books in and out. the members of the Library Club are an indis- pensable aid to thc school. I I SENIORS R. Binz F. Blake G. Boeh R. Dorsch V. Doyle F. Lamm R. Magcrl L. Neugebauer C . Roemele J. Schlosser J. Schwartz R. Yoest JUNroRs B. J. F. J. Berg Briskey Dodd Gillespie S. Makay S. Mascari R. Platek R. Walter J. SOPHOMORES Belton L. Binz E. H. N C. J. Chmura Criste Haas Hollinger Huckestein J. King P. Klekner P. R G IN J. R P A Lyle McArdle Manz Miller Mueller Mueller . Paulson Weinzierl FRESHMEN E. Brennan J. Cook R. Crumbo W. Davis C. Farrell W. Heyl A. Liddell C. Loch R. Loch J, Mueller R. O'Brien W. Pasquale P. Peltier C . Roemele M. Rycheck P. Saxman W. Ward Millllllll G ALO G Ever on the march throughout the school year is the North Catholic High School band. Indisputably. progress cannot be accomplished without work, and a well drilled marching band cannot be fielded without persistent drill. Consequently. many hours after school are spent in the courtyard from which stream the blasts of shrill whistles, snappy drum beats. and spirited march music. Yet even before these practices the talented Northmen spend a week at Camp Rosary where their days consist of hard work. All this together. under the supervision of the new band moderator. Brother George Ruppel. accounts for the well executed drills which the band masterfully rendered at the Trojan football games. Being a year round activity. the bands main work is music. From the initial football rally until commencement, the music makers of North furnish rhythmical melodies for the basketball games, minstrel, and spring concert. The variety of events calls for ability in every field. from jazz to concert selections, under the professional direction of Mr. J. William Kerns. Mr. Kerns' hne choice of music and able direction brought deserved applause from the audience at the spring concert. Sixty members comprised the band. and by their untiring effort these able musicians of North have achieved a high mark for the school. Long after commencement the seniors will remember their favorite band tunes. .1014-. ,9l'. " -fgfsf, ..-M., -u if 1 5 4 1 , .f -15. 3' iw , ' ,545 -3 1 ,2355 gp' " 1 lv Ov KP ' x ...ss-.NW W V aff A 2. ,, 1 ,, V1-0? ' K tk U1 ,XM il ., nf! he ' 7 f 'i""4,, ""i v,'p,.m,1,.'. Z 4' 'N - Wx ' , f 1 Z 9 V1 if ' 4 'H if ,,, H! 4 b, ' y lv ,S . " , ,V I f. vt' mm- .. ,ff '- .Y ,gg .xybje ' 1 ' U. -4' ' 1, vfx IH" ,J , 'fniw , ,fix-v -' A Q' jg: l 41 ..,- Q 1 A mxx, , 'Af' k 4 1? 4 3 sas, ii p My ,V .,.-- fi 9 rw? This picture depicts the band members in close formation, a symbol of their unity. The close harmony that existed between Mr. Kerns and Brother Ruppel seeped down into the ranks of the band. The band employed the democratic process in choosing officers. The officers, then, cooperated among themselves and with their director and their moderator. The net result was a closely knitted organ- ization. CARLET A ll GOLll 0 Pzilizill Progress may well be the motto of the NHill Toppers" band. Like Pittsburgh the band members, too. build skyscrapers. But the stones of their buildings are new drills, novelty music. and determination. just as all the workers must do their part to send a building skyward, each member of the school's music organization must cooperate with his fellow members to make such novelty numbers as Syncopaied Clock and The Old Grey Mare click. These lusty truntpeters proclaimed the glory of Troy. This year twelve seniors: Dick Binz, saxophone player: Fred Blake, Leo Neugebauer, and joe Schlosser, drum- mers: Gerry Boeh, cymbalsg Bob Dorsch, Vince Doyle, and Bob Yoest, clarinetistsg Bob Magerl, and Carl Roemele, trombonists: Frank Lamm and Jim Schwartz, trunipeters. end four years of faithful service in the Trojan band. The attainment of high standards throughout this year is due to their school spirit and desire to progress. .1 -F""' Q" Qmn F16 .. I 0 SENIOR BAND MEMBERS. FIRST ROW: R. Yoest, J. Schlosser, L. Neugebauer, J. Schwartz, G. Boeh. SECOND ROW: V. Doyle, R. Magerl, C. Roemele, F. Lamm, R. Dorsch, F. Blake, R. Binz. ' X my N M SICIA 0F 'l'0M0llIl0W The reeds were necessary for Trombones, tubas, horns and baritones made up this section full harmony and rich melody which in turn .rendered the musical selections complete by in the band. adding their syncopated bass notes. 5: 'Q X ' x I t .41 l.. 5 , i t :XM f , ' ' ' k , y gi if 1 0 , " J' Q :gf -1 f ' , - - -5 Q 5 rx it , 'I gf "--5 3 A Q f 3 , . A :M .fa--36514 A -- ' 1 V ' Al , ,rf V pfxvf' ,-,g f Y -- 2 if ' . ,.,- ' K .1 Q , , , R' . 1' , Y- J, ' , ,L Wim- HZ f .qw "' w will Gil M M-S A Q. Q3 .9 Q - M' ' " ' ' M' g.,fm. I "Tb, .6, 91:4 , 5 1' , Vg Nc, ,Q , , 4 ,, mis N f A Mgfg X ' ' ' V 1'1" ' pg , , ,fx , L l . ,. - 44 wx: -' L 1 QF? nigh, ig . -, ,' :rug ':1 ,4 " K-Hs' " , if ', 4 , ' i'i.'g,.I'- "gl: 4 1 ff' sf 2 s A 1 .. gg gf . .4 1 ,35 N 1' ' ' iz' ' . 'P' Q ' "' 5 : ' - i . +:iz' ,a. ' I A 4 ff 1 i x 1 V 9 1 Y f !6,gl 1 'O - .5 1 K'4 C J 1 2 U nhl I Q mil CYCLI nfiu-CLOYNC i'H 'KLANCE , v . gy, i- .- un.. -. A Brehl, Horn. Warwick and Dorsch discover the intricacies of bookkeeping. Tllllll 'l' 0F FINANCE Realizing the need for the introduction of Christian ideals into the business world, Father Thomas J. Quigley, Diocesan Superintendent of Schools, organized the Commercial Honor Society during the past year and gave it a place among the already existing organizations in the Diocesan Federation. Schnitzer, Brehl, Horn, and Balkey appear to be interested in what Brother Moritz is ex- plaining. Members of the newly formed Commercial Honor Society, these students are tomorrow's successful busi- nessmen. They will inject 9, - Christian ideals of business '-1 into the commercial world. 0 C-ls. o.4f'!' if :ju The members of the Commercial Honor Society pose efficiently before their typewriters. North Catholic, always one of the top schools in the production of business students, immediately applied -for membership. Throughout the past school year the members of the society held meetings at various member schools and discussed new and important techniques of commerce. 1-0 f ' i 1 5 'ya' , AA ni FIRST ROW: J. Balkey, Warwick, R. Schnitzer, Horn. SECOND ROW: Muth, R. Dorsch, R. Brehl Mulkerin. L ASPINYVALL - IIELLEVIR E Q ERISYVIIIITII 0 ETNA . RIAN BLUE-PRINTS TO CONSTRUCTION . . . TEXT BOOKS TO EDUCATION . . . OUR LIVES ARE MOLDED WITH A PROFOUND CATHOLIC SENSE . . . JUST AS IMMENSE BUILDINGS ARE PIECED TOGETHER . . . GIRDER BY GIRDER TO BECOME GIGANTIC smucrunes . . . X ' x x X X X. . . OUR CHARACTERS TAKE SHAPE IN THE Y r CHESTER 0 MILLVALE Q SIIARPSBURG 0 WEST VIEW 'Q ll '? UIVDEIIULASS S an vm.. I vi 1' 111' ' gd- U x X x X N 1 v :' 14 -, . .,, L 4 AQ 4 af' FRE HMA FIRST ROW A Frledcl J Hohmann D Guckcrt D Campbell L Boxer G Dunax R Dovsm D Green A Anke R Carmen SECOND ROW F Brandt E Bar nouskl R Formosa R Flscher W DIDDCPD M Coll R Banxas R Hancx T Blum D Adamctz THIRD ROVS R Flemm, H Cerxonc J Bodine Exen Brother Xhllxams Latm Qcholars can make mletakes X cll noxx 1t Q thx wax Farrell FOURTH ROW T Eberhart D Hunkele I Burke R Curtm E Blen W Dans D Gloeckner R Bartlett R Eberle A Becker C Caye ABSENT P Alder J Cook uv v"- 'S ,'. X . r ' ' f A 2 Y , A . f r we N V 'x X 44 vt X :.. ' , . , . ' , . , K. Hofmeister, M. Glannon, C. Frank, R. Gallo, D. Dickman,C FIRST ROW I Muth P Krome W Pasquale F Lunsford D Davrs R Krxbel R Ixnoth K Patton W Mexers A Ondlch OBr1en W Noullet L Intr1er1 J Lan I McKeon R OBr1en W Lan er FOURTH ROW I Jordan J Melodla I Ixeallx SECOND ROW J Merman E Nerdhardt R Koch L MHJCWSKI P 'VIcDermott E Moore R Loch W LaLonde G Ixrenach C D Kelsch R Nawrocl-.1 J Mueller K Kasko R Patton L Martm C Loch LXBSENT F Metz Bavlerla THIRD ROW W Keenan E kelly T Moran J Qx ll ti 055' x X . A Y 1 7 I , . A 1 Q 1 4 y Ya V. Av 4 y . 7 v. a , Q l . A . 'Y T . . . V My ' ' 'Y H Y Q, l v v v x x ,Ss Freshman B under the d1rect1on of homeroom teacher, Brother Paul ll llhams, S NI was a very actlve freshman class ks class ofhcers they elected R Ixrlbel F Nletz, and R Loch F 'NIetz Xl LaLonde, and Xl Noullet part1c1pated 1n athletlcs whrle the band clalmed J Nlueller R Loch XX Pasquale, C Loch R OBr1en, and F Lunsford The onlx freshman class wxth xts own class paper was 95 The paper was known as the XCTITHS or The Truth Th1s year the class was taken over the rough spots by Brother Nlcholas Stebe R Bartlett and R Hanev splrrted the class to a successful year If Tchalkowsky could only see thxs Fllll HMA Xll agree that Engllsh wa the faxorlte sublect rn Frosh C Thrs brxght group of fortx epxdemlcs was led by Brother XX 1ll1am Faclxoxec Freshman C nas well represented IU all school actlxltres vuth members 1n the Sodal1tx,Trojan News and the Wlmstrel The llfe of the class was Robert Profozrch One of the most sprrlted classes IH the school was Freshman D The class was plloted bw Nlr Scherer, asslsted bw T Ixearnex, presldent J Regan XICC presldent J XX1nter,secretarg. andT Crenner, treasurer Bemg one of the best mannered classes ln the school was thrs class s fmest achrevement Brother Choquettc holds the spotllght for the moment FIRST ROW D Snyder G Rxan H Wehrll E Zablackl R Porter W Smxth R Xourron J Peterman J Ixalb F Poena SECOND ROW R Shuker J Rey nolds B Sokolowskl W Ward D Rafferty W Welsh J Unger W Woods R Schweltzer L Pawlak R Profozlch THIRD ROW D SISCB C Schell F Welss U K Sexton I Purplch M Cocncra I Scull P Saxman R Rcadal W Stokes FOURTH ROW D Swpolt E WIVIO R Staub J Cook R Tongel R Prxce T Rooney M Rychcck C Roemele C Schmrtt ABSENT G Ruettgers FIRST ROW F VITISRI I Regan C Klllmeyer M Jones R Carxdl R Lemg L Domachovxslxl R W1 solll-I H Egan J East Hochberz T Crenner R Hohhan I Petrlch R Walsh J Wmter R Happ FOLRTH ROW C -Xdametz A Lnddell M Flx nn SECOND ROW P Peltier J Svseenex R lxolc P Schmitt I B Bene W Thompson W Campbell I Sxbenac R Strmgert G Jancaw R Gottschall. C McHugh R Hamscher I Rckovx lu Krammer R Ixlaxon E Gerdun W Hewl THIRD ROW T Blumer T Kearm I Harmak A Jess FRE HMA Cla s ofhccrs help clccoratc thc tatuc "Let cc now whom shal1I cal? 01 Our Ladx of I'Z1I1lll.l 1 Y 1 Q, FIRST ROW W Meyer R Schloesslln B Kuhn I Koontz H Leo T Schultz J Kelly R Mergenthaler D Nlmpfer 'VI Kelsch SECOND ROW D Patton A Klrchner I McGu1 an T Scherer J Martln I Mazzlo C McKens1e G Horne R Mlklos THIRD ROW B Mxlka C Kocher E Ga per G Rxchert J Ixumpf Hxgh sp1r1ted Freshman F led by Coach Donald Graham was one of the iirst classes 1n IIS d1x1s1on to reach the one hundred percent goal 1n the booster drlwe The class presldent was Tom Scherer, capably asslsted by B1lly Nleyer Jxm Ixelly kept the class awake w1th h1s ln ely wlt Father juhus Falk the homeroom teacher of 9E gulded hls class successfully m all school events Xhth mlllkf R MFBVIDIZ T Mulkern H Kolesar M NIKTCIII C Moeller FOURTH ROW T Pllarskl T Morell J McNally I McClarnon J Maceceuc R Nxen J Bushofsky ABSENT G Kramer FRE HMA J Ford as presldent and Ix Duncan as xeep, the class fared well m the booster dr1ve with ZO6 percent G Hysong and R Bedel held up the athletlc reputatxon, and D Harrlson and J Grundler placed thexr names on the honor roll Q55 In a trance or Just mtere ted? "T" Fllll HMA Brother Terrx charge were an lndu trxou clas well as one of the better behax ed classes IH the freshman dmsron Flectlon dax brought on the appomtment 0' Xnthom XICIOTIZI pre ldent Rax mond Qprrlxo nee presldent and Wxllllillll Faub secretarx The class was proud ot 1ts grxdrron representatlx es Ronald Rom-bach, James Schlosser XX alter ll hltten and Stephen Xl olak In true QH tradltlon thus xear s class under the xeteran guldance of Ur Xlbert Qchon proxed ltself a leader ln all drrxes and actmtres held throughout the xear P be-xselhart represented hls class IH the Student Councll, and was ablx asslsted by J Schatzel, C Sowek and B J6llxl6WlCZ IH the homeroom government When docs the comedy begun? FIRST ROW W Rebel T Szxmborskl F Zelkovrc W Scheur mg: C Weldenvxeber R Rombach A X1Ct0I'l8 P Zoeller F Xoung D Schvtemm SECONID ROW M Ettore T Ross R Ramolt If Tomasello ,I Welsh H Xrana 'X Shaheen R Straka R Splrl-.0 C Rxzzo THIRD ROW I Tosadorx E Ralt W Rxce S J Relna F Schubert C Watson J Schlo ser N Stralaa J Yeskc R Schnelder T Cheetham FOLRTH ROW R Schvserer T Re1tl1nger W Whxtten R Setzenfand W Faub D Walter I' Nxnslu T Mallch S Wolak 'S S ' ' S S ,S. HS C ,. ., .. ' 'Q . 4 ' ' 7 A g ' ' . S I " -. C ' . ' ' - . , Y. . " ' " 7 7 ' n .ill r--. V I . . . 4 . . : . , A y . . . Q L - ,. l 1 Y r . . , . U '.,k' We I U Q , . A . 1 C , , - , . , . , . . , . . 1 . ' , , . . . . . , . --, . , . , . , . , . , . , ,. v. . . . . . . ., . ,M . . , , . , . . . , . . . .. , . . . , FIRST ROW: R. Crumbo. J. Janecla, E. Miller. J. Bowers, W Duermeyer. A. Tripoli. F. Tracey, F. Wasielewski, R. Horn P Wirth. SECOND ROW: E. Thoma, P. Gregenda, D. Medfischi K: Schmidt, T. Purcell, R. Jones, C. Weaver, J. Diana, G. Formerie. Father Falk receives the utmost attention when hc speaks. v' THIRD ROW: G. Gross, J. Schatzel, D. DiPasquale, B. Jctkicwicz J. Sparvero. R. Grundhoffer. C. Evans, W. Schneider. J. Kandrack R. Lennon. FOURTH ROW: D. Bray. B. Steele. R. Helzerman P. Geiselhart, C. Sovek, G. Zugates. ABSENT: M. Conroy. Brother Plogman and company pose for the photographer. r- KJ I ll""l't yffff ag 4,55 FIRST ROW E Chmura T Doxlc J Bosxcr I Dochf-rtx R ROW R Izbncl A CaQQcIlQ I Embersxti 'VI B I R F h ox c ISC cr Branca j Belton J Brunzn J Broun S Bernard J Bodxl-.1 I' Bcchtold J Crunklcton F -Xngclettl D Colombo FOLRTH SILCOND R OW C Cook T Douzhcrtw G Beck W B1r1v I ROW J BateQ A Bc-zlla L Dolan T English J E1chenIaub,G Lnglart E Brlnk I Cratci R Bnihop L Bmz P Blglcx THIRD Dann J Bauer M Carroll -XBSENT C Pollen Chcckmg mor thc lqtckt addluon to thc lrophx case Brother Rlchard lxuhn qulzzc hx Cla Q 0PHOM0llE B Ten B vth1ch pent most of nts txme 1n room 112 1ts homeroom was led bx Brother Robert Backherms The class vsas well aboxe 1t quota ln the Commumtw Chest drxxe and ended h1 h IH the booster drlxe It was a xery actne cla s vsh1ch mll be welcomed back next wear Brother Rxchard Ruhn S NI found h1s class as actne as am ln the school I Emberslts serxed as presldent of the class I Body ke and J Docherty kept the reputatlon they galned 1n thelr freshman year for keepmg the class happy Nlore than once an antxc or two from them carrled the class over the rough spots Sophomore B lx tens mtently to the dax s announcement Mueller R Pantone R Mc-Xrdle M Huston I Fuema F lVIcKex1tt SECOND ROW P Kress P Kruczelx I Hucltestem K McGowan W lxlocko F Kummer T Mato R Mueller H Hoffman THIRD ROW I lxuhn W Howlev R lxlenk Ix i .-R kolson FOLRTH ROW J Kolc V Kreuer R LeDonne L Gmy. VN Hesxdence E Nemecelx J Kurella W ZINIC j Marshall -XBSENT F Hursen 'Z Y . 7 v . S . . . y . X r l A .V Y ' ' , - . . . ' S 'v M ' , N 1 1 . . ., I ' 2 - ' . ' s ' FIRST ROW: C. Peccalaio, C. Pavlik, W. Mechler, J. Meinert. I. Pegher, W. Keyser, G. Gerhards, R. Graf, J. Kehr, C. Goetz, R FIRST ROW F Wrtsch G Wojtalevucz F Schmrdt I Walsh J Nlcotero R Mrhchc G Bulhon W Stem W Sechlcr R Planz SILCOND ROW M Walsh R Pfxsterer W Slagel J Yahren R Toppmg D Murdoch J Ramagc- S Thompson M Schexbel THIRD ROW F Szxltoum W Pl9tl'US1I1Slxl J Scott R Rock 0l'll0M0llll U lnder the guldance ot' Brother Edward Durx Soph C boasted of haxmg members m almost exerx actrxrtx Sligel secretarx serxed as the oftlcers of the clas Iq the Red leather and boo ter drlx es the Class led tts dlNlNlUI'l lt was .1 class of whrch North could be proud Ihough Brother Rexm O Relllx controlled IOIJ xerx well he could not cllp the mngs of Regis Nlerrxman and companx vsho kept the class altxe vuth thexr mttx saxlnv Thls cld had no 0l.1lNI3I1CllI1f' scholars hut all worked together to .ittam thelr quota m all dme and .1ct1x1t1c The tatuc ot Our Larlx ot Fatlma con cs the utmo t xcncratxon T Walsh E Zoxko X Romanoxxskx T ORourlte H Niuzzxo FOURTH ROW F Pelc C Schlabach B Rclllx R Zyzroh A hcmle J Werdenueber L Wherthex A Unfcrdorfcr ABSENT J Rocks Y, - v - V- - v 'U . - 7. . ' . -l-A f Y I lv I Y. I vl . l ' . v. . . . . I l l. l D 'l I '.A .A 3 - - - . 1 '- , - 4 . - . . ' , . -',.. . . . 2 3 ' .l ' ' ,ly v- . I 'ly - s - 'J J. Nicotero. president: A. Yicinie, vice-president: and W. ' "1 ' S " T, r. 'Q "'Q' . - - R f Yr v 'V I V . X , V. y. A . l ' Q . X" . M N . N ' I . ' V' hr. s ' 5: - , , ., . ' 4 " ' l l s' ' j ' ' re- 0I'HOM0liE Soph D seem dlszruntlcd about omclhmg rar? fn p P tt F' v-A 7' 5.1 'Q O1 'S Do xt thls way, and xoull ncxcr go wrong 2 FIRST ROVS P Rxle I Juch E 'VI h a urp ex J lung E Lmd Niarcmko I Kress VN Bechtold J Bouck E Llberatl R Neusch bloom D Barrx C Holllmzcr R Fredrick R Merrlman R H Crlste K Mazur P Iartz FOURTH ROW R Gll W 3 5 Bartolovuts SECOND ROW R Mlhallch V! Dxm R Mascarx Home I Lxnd N Haas T Mahon NI Burke D Hursen, W J MG I B G c ral reech R Mnkus C Ixeenan T LaMark D Cehk I Broun T Helgerman T Davis Lacex I Ixcnnx J 'Naab THIRD ROW W Ixalmbach I FIRST ROW A Fmkc D Castrxota R Angelettl R Allnock R Hlrschlield T Howarth J Connors L Borowslu J Appelt A Davls SECOND ROW J Borza A Brosneck R Flsher G Good A Glaser P Cooney M Bedell M Buchert R Cammarata Mr Tegan Qerx es a the mterpreter THIRD ROW I Dales I Ianczak P Klekner C Fuechslm T Gmpp W Camue R Hazlett T Katxch FOURTH ROW R Black M Albert R Craig R Danko B Hatcher G Cox E Binder M Dobos know the dennnlom for tomorrow r0Pll0MllllE F . l y HX!" has All Uh, k Sophomore F consisted of future stars. In basketball North has a future varsity member, F. Nutig in football there were R. Sarazen, J. Neely, and H. Wess. The class officers were D. Toski, president: F. Zajac, vice-president: and J. Zmudzinski, secretary. The comedian of the class was R. Sarazen. The homeroom proctor was Mr. Robert Niesslein. This soph class, IOE, in the capable hands of Mr. Tegan, was characterized by its mighty efforts in all drives. It turned out many hne athletes including: T. Katich, T. Howarth, R. Fisher, E. Binder, R. Black, and R.Hirsch- field. The time record in intramural basketball gained this class fame. i Q A moment of relaxation in the biology lab. s ,- of '90 o'b0 9 FIRST ROW: J. Shanaberger, J. Zmudzinski, S. LaBarbcra, D. Winer, R. Welker. THIRD ROW: I. Urban, R. Zwigart, J. Toski, P. McNelis, P. Lyle, R. McLaughlin. W. Miller, J. Stebler, Kroner, N. Rombach, J. Winsky, F. Nuti, G. Manz, W. Weigand, R. Spracale. SECOND ROW: R. Sarazen, F. Zajac, G. Yasalich, D. Woods, H. Wess. ABSENT: A. Kopczynski, 1. Neeley, J. N. Miller, W. Wolf, J. Mahofski, F. Schlosser, M. Solinsky, J. Srsic. fbfx ll' y N 5.5 5 Vs 0 0 x' 4 Q .'xf Q N 9',,Lg v 'S 99 ss DRIVE A K RK' I FIRST ROW: R. Gallagher, G. Stright, C. Walzer. B. Miller, I Nasky, W. Benzer, E. Haberman, D. Feigel, A. Weinzierl, R Neurohr. SECOND ROW: I. Winkler, E. Wisniewski, J. Funo- vits, G. McDonough, D. Reigner, G. White, J. Salinetro, I Thomas, R. Marak. THIRD ROW: R. Wittig, V. Park. R. Dietz P. Paulson. A. Rademacher, R. Schoenian, W. Schloesslin, C. Novak D. Strauss, E. Sullivan. FOURTH ROW: R. Hassett, D. Green, R Wiedner, E. Murdy, T. Stehle, P. Labas, I. Colombo. 0Pll0M0llE G Soph G deserved a prominent spot in the sophomore division. It was a progressive, cooperative, and eager class. Brother Bernard Plogman, S.M., was at the helm directing activities. The class ofticers were john Nasky, president: Jack Thomas, vice-president: and Robert Gallagher. treasurer. The humor was supplied by Richard Wiedner, a real wit. f M has Future CDQIDCCYS of Jumor 'X watch the bxrdle Lncler the flne ffuldance of Brother Rlchard Schwagerl 115 enjoyed a very successful year at North Cathollc Representlng the class aS ofhcers were Ixerry Aquadro, Harry Brady Ronald Dorsch, and Rxchard Panmer At the top of all drlves, they also boasted of havmg students m practlcally every actlvlty FIRST ROW G Lutz H Brady C Cammarata R Bachman R Klefer K Nquadro I Bropzan P Greco I Inserra I Bane SECOND ROW T Becker R Dorsch C 'VIaQ uccl W Miller R Panmer A Ma er F 'Vlckoxskx P Mclxelxex E Blttner E FIRST ROW: J. McLaughlin. A. Shaheen, G. Mitrecic, T. Wy- socki, T. Tomaro, E. Stockert, W. Schneider, C. Kanary, J. Ries- meyer, R. Wojciechowski. SECOND ROW: R. Semler. D. Shenot, H. VonSchaven, J. Schurer, J. Tutchko, P. Staab, K. Buka, W. Wescott, N. Weismann. THIRD ROW: J. Satariano, L. Mc- l Donough, R. Weiland, R. Hrdlicka, J. Szykowny. R. Walter, R Mockenhaupt, H. Hite. FOURTH ROW: W. Schulties, T. Thorn- ton, R. Urschler. J. Novosel, J. Winsky, V. Simpson, W. Appclt ABSENT: E. Rauch. JU lon is ,fff t at Junior B was one of the most active classes in the school. Mr. Roche served as homeroom teacher and was capably assisted by T. Tomaro, presidentl W. Wescott, vice-presidentg W. Schulties, secretary: and J. Satariano, treasurer, who reigned as class oflicers. Every activity in the school boasted of having a member from IIB. Eleven C boasted of having seven members in the Sodality. Four of the class were on the varsity football squad. One achievement of the class was that the members always did their part in drives, George Mandi was the class president, and Tom Eaton led the class in extra- curricular activities. Everyone has fun in Mr. Kirldlijlr tlass. :K ?...L Brother Bernard 1earnQ the latent trlcks m txpmg from kngelml What a sorry lookm bunch of ty pers' FIRST ROVN A S0h010VKShl J Garrlson J Langer J Panu Angellnl I ODonne1l THIRD ROW D Peshek G Mandl A R 'Vlalatak P Ixhne R Ltz J Glergzerlch W Rlles J Thunell Roonew C Goetz 'N Bolkovac R Scherer T Ea on E Beard SECOND ROW T Bushxk D Jaronskl E Hannan 4. Henpzelc FOURTH ROW R Bowser T Ferns D lxuhn J Barney, R brg D Graham J Hubert R Hergenroeder E 'Xoxy 4. Scherlmg F Flscher ' I . l x I f M t .E ,Q I V 7 'nl .1 lill'l ? Ill 'l'9QiElI'i tl nu U N I 0 R 6 llI',iI1Iil?'E h H ,lu ,I o.. FIRST ROW: B. Goetz. J. Majewski. F. Casper, L. Kanneuciscr. T. Grochowski, R. Goetz. E. Cronin, R, Aiken. W. Baker, N. Klisavage. SECOND ROW: A. Kruczek, P. McCarthy, Il. Kul- backi, S. Makay, D. Lane, J. Gillespie. K. Domikoski. R. Glinski, C. Beck, P. Antic, R. Lacher. THIRD ROW: L. McGeary, E. lllll ll L'nder the capable leadership of Mr. William Dixon. llll was known as the seniors of the junior division. Their athletic ability, combined with their scholastic standing, ranked thetn as one of the best in the junior division. North Catholic is looking forward to having this class batik next year as seniors. l'nder the t' tpable uuidance of Brother Bernard Backus. the students Hi junior lf flourished in many aetivities. Representing the class in the Student Council was B. Regan. There was a number of students in artivities, including S. Blaseari. howling: N. Klcliinty. J. Vrunkle- ton. and lt, .Xmiuone in the art club. tx Mr. Dixon keeps the lads nut-ssinzzf s 4. 9 Mefsner, W. Forbes. J. Cummings, M. Cummings. 1. MeCarthy, P. Byrnes, R. Loebis. G. Cindrich, F. Dodd. FOURTH ROW: J. Kubit, T. Lane. J. McGinty, L. Deer, G. Gross, D. McCann, R. Banach, E. McCall, R. Colville. Q ll ' 'U Y- Mr Lcsmak dxctatcs to hw students UNIIIR E FIRST ROW L Qolmsln R Young L Pall R Nardma I Murtha R Muth E 'Vlulkerm T Regan W Cowne N McGmty SECOND ROW D Amlcone R Smlth T Rochford T Zmudzm sk: R Wolf R Staudt J Rozeck J Nolan D Borgese THIRD ROW D Quxglex H Wallace E Flxnn I Crunkleton R Nuss Lhxp. FIRST ROW R Hexl R Chavarrle I Brrsltex L Dumc I Brendle L Gerlovlch F Kres C Erchner R Barrx E Gordon SECOND ROW R lxunz R Ixomorosltr T Gmuer I Fischer A Lang J Elsmger N Dletrrch T Inserra G Brosenltsch ltllt The IIF jollwboxs were led bx pres1dent J Brendle nee presldent J BFISLCX secretary and treasurer N Flchter Trrple tongued Brxsltex tooted a trumpet ln on the xarsltx football squad durmf' most of the season As semors next xedr the bots of 11T are xerx promxsmg candldates NIr Iesnlalt was the homeroom teqther of l1G vshtch boasted of haxmg 167 percent m the booster drlxe The class ofncers were I Nlexer pre xtlent Q XX tgner xlte presldent H 'Nlrhm secret irx .md J Netlltalt trei urer The class was vsell represented In sport and on the honor ro THIRD ROW I Kamon R Ixlmlt N Frchter L Grundler I Katelan R Brencltle T kutzer H Brlmmerer FOURTH ROW R Hartmann B Helnleln R Graham J lxuhn R Handyslde J Grlmm ABSENIT J Gcrger 'N R tht tnl tomptnx xx.ut lor tht ll , 1 J U F C Q' - . y I ' r rv: v ' -vl the band, and Fichter held down the right guard position - ll. L f T Q tir. o 1: 4 ' 4 Q " ' ' 'bt-. 'T' A Y . 1 IO6 8 Coaeh Hagt x ns hx lene homework A Q A nl Flmer Mex er entertami hrs buddle Um G ff was FIRST ROW R Vhefzand R Tobm D Wntt I Perlln er G D Schmndt THIRD ROW A Schnelder F Papama I 'VIexer Power R Lol-rar I Legler J Lauer I Perka R Platek SEC A Mlssenda H 'Vhhm A Peltz R Scheurmg S Wa ner AB OND ROVN F McCormick A Loxxrle W Merzenthaler J SENT R 'Vlalenkx T Sehmucker R Wagner St3I'llSZCVlSln1 D Rutter R Mexer J Sedlak R Ralble E Mexer FO0TBALL . BASKETBALL . BASEBALL HEADLINING THE PROGRESS OF THE MEN OF TROY . . . WAS OUR EXTENSIVE ATHLETIC PRO- GRAM . . . THE SPORTS PAVED THE WAY . . . WITH M Q ' J OTHER ACTIVITIES TO FOLLOW . . . ANOTHER STEP TOWARDS OUR PERFECTION MANIFESTED IN THE ABILITY TO PLAY SQUARE . . . - I fig, I. . . PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DEVELOPMENT THRU BDWLING v INTIIAMURAL ATHLETICS UQL xx by .7 fffgfe 3 iw, .X , ' 1 Y 4 r!',I"k -Jil' V k lu .A 4? Q4 , ' A -di? -A N 5 A 41 5fif, .,, 4ff??Qk'- SPUIITS EM Homin -ef ,G Sparked by a loyal team spirit and an earnest desire to win, the x Trojans lived up to expectations as a threat on the gridiron. They proved themselves as one of the hardest-fighting grid machines ever to take the field. North's opponents were constantly aware of Troy's "bf at . '- il' boisterous attack. Again North Catholic fielded a team worthy of the ' school. Through the years the teams have advanced steadily, and this year's squad was another step towards Trojan dominance in football in Pittsburgh. IOCGISC 'Ps-uhm' mucus Bob Hast was an earnest friend and counsellor to all. During his brief stay here at North, he made many friends who will never forget the accomplish- ments he engineered on the gridiron. Scarlet-and-Gold-clad Trojans clear the way for Pancho Borgese. Mike R0dg6rS heads earlhward with a little aSSiSii-IHCC .,-ff' '. A A U' B --3 F. X 1 K - ' .f g' x Q ls' -9 A X 1 i f ' I u. 'F , vsnanuc x f 'Miha' L" FUCK Mk . mcucc: . WU "i nicxsn 'NT 1 ' -A --.f Il: SEL ll L Z . jf . .n jj 4 1 'W 0 . , - -' fa 4 N i a GJ . . t h i f S 1 .. , - . ' P ' Q , up - I Vg. z.' A V . , ,jx Ruta it ' Q u ' A It 5, v U1 . Q -1-if 'H anccxcn nooosns muU6N .TIL -, I1 " A 'ff '14 '. ful lf JL. ', it :LS PTI., ,. I VI' , L n ' ' ls. .an ' , ,r. , I ummm .. COMNMDHOM -A . ,pf -, wma noiusl Ycrsatilitv spells futility for thc foc as Bernie Parker burns up the turf. 9923352 FU! ll!! llll KI E " W' Ill pun tl il lu: gg: srl: fjil .. 0 .,. A71 'f"l"1 'La' ' ,. lfzj " ' ' "' 3' .oil ,rl . A . r -' Q .5 ' 415 -, , mal 1 , -- 54 A 'Q' - Q i -- gif A 3 -.fl -49 if x ,pig J W W orlrm 89 hard a thc plaxera t cmwlu Qolxniln NIHYLII' and VN Schultu l rcrl Jchhrl X .ccncv furnifh thc variou.: odd: and cn s. 'xl NIM-lur luuw all but om' playa-r lavhinrl ax hc froffcx thc Ilml stlipl-fa fl-at hu ofu-n pn-riorrm-d clurin: thc campaign. Z l Prlrfucfl hy 11 lone fln-ll-nrll-r'. Joe Prllc. mtum on ourarann: the loc. u-arf mln thc open mln another tourllcloxx n jaunt. FIRST ROW: A. Borzese, A. Moelter. J. Ondek, S. Hague J. Price. J. McHugh, F. Brecker. J. Yerbanac, J. Wirth, M Rodgers. J. Micucci. SEATED ON GROUND: F. Howarth .GOV SECOND ROW: Coach Hast, M. Becker, N. Fichtcr. L. Deer, A. Rooney. D. McCann. T. Lane, S. Commendatore, J. Embersits. C. Heim, B. Parker, Coach Kisiday. THIRD ROVV: Coach Scherer. T. Ferris, T. Katich. J. Erdner. A. Yicinie, J. Marshall, G. Cindrich, R. Bayless, G. Mandl, J. Sedlak, Coach Graham. From the initial kickoff of the Scott game to the final SUN of the Canton contest. the Trojan eleven displayed the identical spirit which drove the previous years team to eminent heights. Never was it necessary to hide their heads in humiliation, Never could it be said that the squad was not giving its utmost. The team had its trying times. but there never arose an occasion for it to feel dejected. The squad showed Boys Town of Nebraska and Canton High of Ohio that the men from Pittsburgh are as sturdy the city they represent. All around our famous city can be seen tremendous progress. The annals of North Catholic High. too. manifest outstanding efticiency. The records do not necessarily reveal in foto the progress which has been made. Into the members of the team have been instilled the qualities of cooperation and clean sportsmanship which will be as great a benent in their future life as the lessons that they learned from their text books. They have been taught to win and lose gracefully and to fight hard in every encounter. To the squad of 1951, heartfelt congratulations for a job well done. Attempting to bring the cheerleading staff back to the heights once attained. P. Schmitt. L. Mc- Donough. J. Lynd, C. Goetz, W. Miller. E. Sypolt. and J. Diana strove to better the student sup- port of school sports. Through untiring effort and practice they again started the caliber of the staff on its climb upward. They put on their display of acrobatics at every sports event. Their robust activities helped spark the teams with undying spirit. F s 2 I I I I I I I Ql l 63 , .5 i 1 V" """ F' 5 s l J ' . r .., L- M... M.. .mr .... ll! In il i1 fi f i KU lil lj V f I f . 3 I ,I 3 , I ,E . 3 I t tyfw l l J . ?'fY'? Y 'Q ' .-A.- N, lllll- li-Q x M PGY' i II4 Wxiflinu tlirouuli murk antl mire Al Moelter. makin: a staunch effort to break into the Klear. is hindered by a nlvzin-jerseyetl Ft-ntrzilitu who is intent on stoppin: Al short of his intended destination. F00'l'BALL Our own "Une" Norris lived up to the attribute of being North's most zealous sup- porter. A mainstay since 1030. he has always been on hand to lead the Trojans into battle with his fiery talks and never- say-die spirit. We yzive a hearty salute to 'lUnc" Nor- ns. EMPHA IZES PITT B HGH' PIHIGRESS Coach Don Graham led his spirited J. V. squad to a highly successful year. Their three wins and three losses give evidence of the fact that they entered each contest intent on emerging with a win. The frosh squad, tutored by Coach 'tRip" Scherer, battled its way through a rough schedule, and finished with an inspiring record. Their two wins with no losses demonstrated their fighting spirit. For the past few years North Catholic has been endowed with the finest coach- ing staff in Western Pennsylvania. The fruits of their labor were found in the outstanding men they produced on the gridiron. Q , u 1 Q-1 Q0 si, . , ,,4 aj P 3, Q Wi? .swlsf xiktff'-Zhu :mem dm- :A-f if f TL'-alia? . 415: fl! 1, 1, fklbsia 1 5493 H' Qpjf-ale' 3 Bi -, I 1 VI 1 M1917 v. ,,. S Se.. 'O' JO o 'Q .f ,IT ik If MJ TH 5 3 . . n 4 x M Q.. 3.5 ,-. . - -N After successfully iiiatmtiratiii: their Season against the Wext View Indizmi. the Nwrth mriity embarked uptti ti fthedule which primarily included trip distriCL qtiitttt-Is. llxtiti zittractifths. ttf wttrfe. were the tradi- titttitil It-Ltutte sztmes. Iwtt ezith ttuztittft Vetttrzil :md St Xiiiuetit ttti tt Ii'trite-titttl-:twtiv hzififi but the qutthtx' tit tttpftitttth ttlwptttteiitf was ttttifttttit. It tttftk nw ltmuvr than the sec-ttid uztme ttf the ttiittpztistt t-1 ziccenttizite this fact. f-tr the Trttjqms ffttmd their venture againft Ififth .Xveittze ti ftgirtiiiiz example ttf the rutzzed task cut tttit fttr them. Nevertheless. they pmiressed into the seastttt un- datmted. Cfittsistently Showirtg that they had the qualities to make 11 good team. FIRST ROXY2 R. SkI1k'I'l'l', If. Binder. J. Prite. .X Krt-Inf. Mitutti. A. Clreun. Sl'IC'OXIJ ROW: Cttzxcii lion Grgihzim, II. Wallace. A. Dc-Mtirco. C. Goetz, D. McCann, B. Rt-txnn. ' . 'Z-, Vf ' ' -Q , J.. --.:.-, flfkfv , 1 'vi - i :-' .C VI' 25 W' - ' gl. -xajf ,-ge-.f . 5 . 4, ...fwvf-ff.,-., ,, Y 4 ,yr iv 4 .- f . - .. 0 lr' Q 1 f", f ' Q- 4 4 . . , li .f I Q A I' - A .'. . ' . A . . gi, - I ' 1 . ,X . .4 I 4. . 'V .. 2 141 lbmi TIJ gt Q RTHI . ji. Q! AXGRTM . e A . xl0RTH ' .e it an ' ,, H . '1' L5 ' frt. . , ,I 5- .. I ,V ' II ff' Aff Y' I . I til rx r V. ix' . V+! :iff Xxjfi? I I it XRS T f R X! , ' W , 13 5- .53 b 3 , If - I 4 3' LL. 55,41 ' I Q I tl f t li Il.t11.iItICi1'.iIt.in1 .X fins' Ii. Rtgitt I. Iiizxtitr. II XX.il'.itt. IJ. Bltldiirx. R Nhtttt' Cf Gulf. 4, L' tr I I ,, gt I E t 1 I nf' "C it ix-ssh' ' link I S U4 ., : , Ni ,, YJ., Q . 4 1 f 2 l l If A In the initial clash of the '51-'52 season, the scarlet and gold men of Troy gave evidences of being a great team. After the first moments of touch and go playing were past, the North sharpshooters methodically turned the game into a rout. When the final buzzer sounded it was found that the warriors of Troy led by eighteen points. Oddly enough, however, the game failed to produce a star as each man played well and team-play functioned nicely. Tony DeMarco Al Krebs Joe Micuccl Joe Price 95- H .ti v,- -Qfi ' is kg '197 fi Noam NU ltfcglfiisf , lfqlfllilll vlllllllllu fNQRIHl FT-7 1-'X Vglsq , 'NA 'V FIRST ROVK F Nutr VN Celtic, T. English. I. Kurcllu, E.GinSl1 J. Embersits. SECOND ROW VN Howler D Hur en R Schoenian, R. Ebncrg missing-R. Klenk. Jll l0ll VAR l'l'Y BA KETBALL Overshadowed by the varsity in name only, the junior varsity completed another highly successful season under the guidance of Mr. Robert Niesslein. Lacking only an outstanding player, which was not necessary in their aggressive type of team-play, they adopted the habit of repeatedly crushing opponents. Their main attribute in these victories was, according to their coach. "each mans own tricks and team-play." He also accredited their success to an atmosphere of "high spirit" which manifested itself both on the floor in actual games and in earnest practice. ' e fi ' 13 f.' . , ,, . - . .4 , .. .V .3 N .QL si, J- FIRST ROW: R. Gallo, D. Guckert. L. Intricri. J. Sparvero. M, Flynn, J. McGuigan. R. Bcdel. SECOND ROW: D. DiPasquale, R. Klavon, J. Davis, W. Lalaonde, J. Kandrackg missing-P. Geary, W. Whitten. TQ? FRESHMA BA KETBALL Every form of progress has its start in some definite place. As buildings have theirs on draftsmen's drawing boards, so the school varsity stems from the material dis- covered in the initial practices and games of the freshman team. As in past years, these alittle Trojans" marched through a triumphant season, sporting a large squad of capable competitors. In his second year as freshman Coach William t'Rip" Scherer coach, Mr. William "Ripl' Scherer, a North alumnus, ably and skilfully guided their efforts to obtain the ut- most of their abilities in achieving an extremely creditable record. V n amli Q 'in BUWLI G One of the youngest athletic organizations at North is the bowling team. In its short history, however, it has achieved what it took other organizations in the school years to attain. The keglers, under the expert tutelage of Mr. Al Lesniak, proved themselves worthy to be called true sons of Troy. The team played hard and worked hard, approaching each contest as if it were the key game to achieving the Diocesan Bowling Champion- ship. With such determination they could not help overcoming all competition. YP' J. Stivorich, J. McLaughlin, and E. Bittner let fly-stand back and hope! Have no fear, Whitey, you shan't bc cheated! I-'IRST ROW: J. McLaur1hlin E. Bittner, J. Berie, S. Hafzue T. Servatius. Coach Al Les- niak. SECOND ROW: I Ziegler. S. Mascari, D. Easler W. Smith, D. Conway, J. Sti- vorich. J. Ziegler's eyes refiect the impending accomplish- BA EBALL 5 i x Answering the call for spring tryouts were: FIRST ROW: J. Price, J. Wirth, B. Regan. SECOND ROW: A. Brace, G. Ford, A. DeMarco. E. Davis. J. Farrell. THIRD ROW: R. Scherer, I. Moysey, W. Sippel, J. Chesnes, F. Loskamp. Brother Choquette points out last minute instructions to the day's battery, Joe Price and Joe Wirth. Spring tryouts for the baseball squad found the return of these regulars: J. Wirth, J. Price, A. Brace, G. Ford, B. Regan, R. Scherer, and W. Schultiesg also, many sensa- tional rookies were discovered. This year's team took a huge step forward with its fine record. Baseball is one of North's classic examples of progress. Only ive years ago this sport was inaugurated into the halls of Troy, and now it is a very important feature of our school life. The 1952 nine has also added much to the esteem of the sport. 1f'A dz-O If X., 'fa Pictured here are two good reasons why North K ,Q Catholic once again gained prominence in base- ball in Pittsburgh. Although Walter Schulties and Baldy Regan were not seniors, they never- theless held first team berths on the Trojan nine. 1 i ,- si, . 5, I23 X I 'PRAM RAL Intramurals are conducted primarily for those students who do not manifest the experience necessary to partici- pate in the school sports program. The greatest factor in the development and encouragement of homeroom and school spirit can be traced to this invaluable means of exercise and entertainment. For many years the intra- mural program remained as a side issue as compared to the more extensive sports and extra-curricular activities. However, through the efforts of Mr. Robert Niesslein, who also coaches the j.V. basketball squad in addition to his teaching duties, intramurals now maintain a reg- ular position in the school program. In the freshman division 91-I, led by John Spavero, proved them- selves champs. Big John later produced capably for coach "Rip" Scherer on the frosh basketball squad. Other players were: FIRST ROW: J. Kandrack, D. DiPasquale, P. Geiselhart, J. Spavero, W. Schneider, J. Schatzel. SECOND ROW: F. Waslie- lewski, F. Tracey, R. Helgerman, C. Sovek, E. Thoma, E. Miller. I s 5 4 ' 6 2 How can big John Spavero miss from that high up? as Q 4 'lf I Q L 'C , ' I The senior division found 12 B copping honors. FIRST ROW: A. Boll. E. Sypolt. T. Fodi. R. Maloney. SECOND ROW: W. Garrison, W. Sip- pel, 1. Arble. FQ The sophomore class of IOE included: FRONT: R Hirschheld, R. Black. MIDDLE: R, Cammarata, R Fisher. REAR: G. Cox. E. Binder, R. Danko. A bit of action in thc jqnior H. VonSchavcn points out name finds W. Schultics mov- something important to the ing in for an easy two. junior champs of IIB. kg. 5 YN Q la .Q 5' ' Q 1.4 7" 1 'Q I N A- fs X 'N : -X vi' . Q 'S 'iw 7 211: 'T 9. I I D hx ' ' 5 1 - XX I , d K , . y 4' 'QV' ' RN" 1 .. Q "qw ,, X . - N ' 9 Q M 5, Z' ll 5: 5 v 5 5 f' Q is ...IE 'UIQ - IW 'ss J aw 'P -L. Viv. 4-1? W 'gli X S MQ' -.-X N, - v 6' Igiztl 42"-4--X CIINCERT . KIIUFIPS TOMB . PBIIDI o SEN IOR PARTY if - L' ??'3L,' 546' 4,1 S, "J gi.. it Iw"""""'--,.. ifflflf ' 'S A ff E . "is 11 h ,F w, J, N 5'-in 4-1' MF :V x , f ,J-Q, K -1,3 4 Qjiwsx'-'Q Ely N N f 'x ig, iw, . 3 X M X, .ff -.wry W, X, ' Y K.. . I V fffzl, f5.4,,,F ' "Xl, f .Mx L 'N ,QXAIQ FEAT HES A V KE.. 'J b . e 1 . J xv A Q I . 1 , X y ' ' 5 f x 1 I -ff-52, A 'QNX 1 h , .235 g w 2 r 1 , . .5 N 'W I , .nu,1:...l . V . V., , v-. .Q-L, 41 f 1,4 Y? name "1 mm f' 4, . 4 T o f f mf- Q-, 'urn 9, J 4 1' . . 1 E bi ' gf -. .X Efgaqgt I L4 . -. 5: 4. U. 5.415 1 fifkzfzfawfz JMMZWX if ' , ui- , h J 7+-4- f 1 4 ' ' ,JA it x . . 0 Q V V ., . ,Q n ' - , . ws-, 1 . ' . . . 'UA' V I ' Q.. I . ' ' .1 ' i 1..- K- - ' .- 6' -r The success of Chinatown can be attributed to no one person. The students and the faculty combined their given talents to make the show complete. Father Lees. coordinator of the minstrel, directed the chorus and guided the soloists. The endmen included three seniors: Vince Doyle as Shakewell B. Forusingg jim Balkey as I. Y. Yine: and Tom Huckestein as Nick O'Teen. Help- ing along were four underclassmen: Bern Berg as Otto B. Leftout: Baldy Regan as Ebony Sad Sacroiliacg Paul Kline as N. I-I. Time: and joe Cummings as Mahogany C. Stain. Directing these witty blackfaces was Brother Backherms. To supply the musical background, North called upon its orchestra, which came through with pro- fessional results. All this, together with the dancers, art club, and exquisite costumes made the finished product. Billy Meyers and Carol Egertc-r's performance was the feature attractions of the Minstrel Their dan . cing to the medley of In Tientsin highlighted the dancing routines in the show. PA 0ltAMA ,. ' 5 l X Lf! - ' T X 6 ,. l x Q t ' E Ml 4 ll e fa 1-uNE'-5 4 X 5 , t t 1 Pwr' lt lil- , l .,,..,..... . ..., -aww T Xi X , ' 1' ."v- ,W ,.., -,pun j , s X r""""f'-4""""' ,frf K lt , up ..'. v',,,-f""'i,.'-'fda-lg ",- pi H . t ....m.--D-ff ....-we Jie,-ff' 1 nt t li ' ,,,,-M ',,,.,-""' . I i 'AQAWLY HACSTTT Y ,,,. , ..,. - ....,,....... ,. ..... 'ff' , ,gal 99' t 'E K -,.n-1 "' ' ,pu E M l uf A 1l"""' You, .,,... --'J ,,,-rv" , s A l t 'Q 01159 'oval M lll. , ,,,..... -M "" ' """' 'ur 1.11 i 1 ' , M1 -'pw-,--M., ,..--e-- -- A',".4-I-,f.,m?-1,1 ......-Mfr - .. . . ... .. . . - t.. .. .. .aas - r y , t lf on pn -ml-f 'rr' ....,, ,. ' T l i -"""',M' ..,.-f'.iif pu-""" P ,l S Q' ff---'-' nv' 'A ' Il' ' sl l ' 2 '.g",1".,'-:'.-f"1'-Y-""' " ,,,fe-ff.,-1-M ""' l - ,pu mv" 'T' ul, fi ""' X: 11 ' viii' 1 ggi X x ,1'!l'c"',-.,qnC"",r."c'--',,.gp?J i un ix 'vin' 1 ,Y 'W X I Y -hi bl' 11" T I ,,.-f 4' ' txt K it I' ig 40" X 3 ki i"' X -In Q19 nl 'Till 6 t T flu. " l , 7' f e of I30 A domineerinu maharajri. his attendants and harem :irls set the Soldiers of Buddha squat around the censer that sends 11 fraurzint scene for the dance, In .tl l'4'r5itin Jfurleel. Such dances made offt-rin! to their sled. llurinz the show they could be found the Chinatown Minstrel unforuettable. guarding the entrance ui the temple. Taking a well-deservecl lmw, the entire ensemble closes the 1052 of their many practices justly rewarded. The presentation paral- Minstrel. Their efforts to present the finest show ever to be leled those of the past, and conclusively proved the old adage, seen at North Catholic were capably carried out, and the results "practice makes perfect." ... ... . ....--vu-.1 . - .:N,, ,Q .l new HR-f c- A N 4: 5518 :eff Lv' all .s f A ' ' f'-B ,iff .. YJ fl ' 1 V ,ns GA- NN! ADJ In Q J was 'LA 'L if L in C rf X. 'Ay if I 4 ,M f S' ' gm--,, 4 S ,Tx I ,,. .r . 2.1, - 1 +P -2 -S, G 's 1 J nw L ' ,f Y S. 2' Q W HJ-- ' 0'-. er ff Dances, parties, and a prom more than amply rounded out the social life for all Northmen during the past year. It was a genuine pleasure for us to be host to the girls of the neighboring high schools and academies who so will- ingly patronized our activities throughout the year. While St. Anthony and McGovern Halls alternated as Scenes for the socials, the newly constructed Tu-Deck Terrace appropriately harbored the senior couples at their party. Preparation for the various events which kept North in the social limelight was handled by the student coun- cil, whose Jim Balkey, Cyril Heim, Jim Schwartz, Joe Micucci, Dick Binz, Baldy Regan, and Vince Doyle, the chairman, formed the social committee. Terminating the social activities for the semester, a well represented graduating class and their dates danced to the entertaining music of one of the leading orchestras of the nation. On November 16, young men and women of varied Alma Maters were attracted to St. Anthony's Hall, Mill- vale, for North's first dance. Social Committee and Partners: Cyril Heim and Sue Spencer, Dick Binz and Bobbie Yoggi, Gerry Boeh and Estelle Saffer, Sam Hague and Snookie Miller. Vince Doyle and Pat Coyne. Larry Kronenberger and Barbara Whitten, and Jim Schwartz and Pat McArdle. Seventyrhve seniors and their feminine pals found Tu-Deck Ter- race suitable surroundings for the Senior Party. 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' . v vw" I I Hs,f111231j.ggv,p,- say, class of 1951-S2 can rest assured that it is well equipped "'?'iU?4H+?l-ff3?.' to enter the various fxelds of life. It is prepared to I, A , , .' 58" - - . - 5' f. A , 4, ' :Q ,b , ., 1- . 4, , .r - -f'---f ' . '. ., I .,,,, ,H ., . ' sl" ' T.. 9. f--4 4,..- - -.r ,. -.r' , . , ef E?" H Standmg on the threshold of a new adventure the ., , Y mag, " . 5 , 1. 'ay D N 'FK , A rr ,f f s rl R I4 I 1' convey knowledge of Christian principles into a world If:"-"'f-A-iiLf:"7?f:-5-1 of turmo1l prepared to asslst m dlrectmg the pagan world towards Christ For th1s preparatlon the class owes a debt to North Catholic VS 1th1n 1tS marble halls the graduates were taught to be forever loyal to our flag and our God Even lf the class never agam hears the school song, It wlll never forget the phrase and the ldea xt contains The graduates w1ll constantly be ready to sacrifice thelr hves for thelr falth and country Thls IS part of the heritage they have rece1ved from North As the graduates select thelr vocatlons and take the most Important step of thelr career, lt IS the earnest deslre of everyone that, come what may, worldly fallure or success, a long l1fe or short one, the song of " fw,mv" faith and patrlotlsm w1ll always be sung ln thexr hearts 'WF' Qyuff -1 Q 6345551 ' n wflqw -rv. 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NIllI'i"'1IlII'SIUIIXIIILZ wtf-ner LIU 'vu- III-sl wixllw I-I flux 111' AFI IIIfSIfI.I.IfXI 81114101.1119 III'II,IIINlQ 'I' Complzments I ST ANTHON Mlllval P e, enna Haulzn Y CHURCH Callahan Transportatxon g Contmctors 8 5 7 D ounton Way REV QHAS A KAPP C 1616 ssp 1 1 W H WILL IAMS LUMBER C J SCHAWALDER COMPANY Power Laun Mouers Gnrlen Suppl Bmlclmg and I1ldIlSf11lll :es :ml Tools ning, :nfl R 0171111218 0 A113 T A Lumbe1 yp Money :thou ul F H013 S ur B :gig E5 S11 zlton 11111 L1 MIIIIUOVIZ Stan s ll on EMA!!! s 4325 PERRY HIGHWAY 2333 PREBLE AVENJUE CE 1 6700 WE 1 3399 N 606 S P ttsbu gh AVERY STREET CE 1 2277 Congratulatl to the Class o QLEG RA ons and Best Wlshes f 1952 P GERARD BGEH 1414 Beaver Avenu RFLOY' FLOWERS F 11313 "Choice Flower s for 'A' Cbozce Friends" l 1 I of 5 'A' l if CEI- '.l .. . , .. ., 'mor 1 ' ' 1 - - , ,- Shzlrlba' ' 'z f"' ' If Y' -'1' " ' 1 . Il L'l"'l'01l ' fl! is 'I I I S ' 'I 1' . -- .A 1, i' ' 1 - . . i r JY 6' ae o 0 is 9 cg A Q E5 -1 DU U- '41 I P' l 1 ,E - ISI NUC OFFICE CO 1 5290 HOME CE 1 1346 C7045 PY' CONGRATULATIONS from LOUIS A HORN OPTICIAN Tlwt two eyes you have must last you your Whole llfe through md do 111 that llfe requlres of eyesxght DUFIDS your school davs your ey es brought you r1,bty ibut juzrwzf of all you have learned Th oughout your l1fe your eyes w1ll control czgbfy pmcwzf of all your actlons Day by clay as much as OIIP hal of all the through your eyes Yot r eyes are g1fts guard them and care for them well for they are the only ey es you wlll ever have Your only assurance of the best posslble care IS an examma UOI1 by an Eye Pl1YSlLl'1I1 CM D J and h1s prescrlptlon for glasses entrusted to a Gulld Opt1c1an You can only be sure when they are guxld glasses Nothmg you buy g1yCS you so much yet costs you so llttle O ces located at 821 Bessemer Bulldlng Sxxth Street Plttsburgh, Pennsylvama 7 07 Q9 'Sy . - , 3 5 O 5 I - -O Q '7 Q? 0. ' 3 . 7 7 . 7 7 ,Inq . l- L' I l 'I ' 'I 1 - I 7 Q . J7 ' . 7 7 ' , .. f physical and nervous energy of your entire body will be expended 7 7 1 ' ' , , 7 7 7 7 I l 0 7 V' V I sig . I n D n , ' V . . l ' 'V Y 'V l v iv s lv 'V . I y l ERMEUS 1628 East Street, N.S. Retail - Wholesale CE I-0974 CE 1-8829 'Ir Buy Retail at Wholesale Prices DORSCH BROS General Contractors 1326 Buente Street CE 1 3522 CE 1 4332 THE CHAPEL INN FREEPORT 85 FOX CHAPEL ROADS The Home o the Kahoh Curl Alfenfzon Guru fo Banquets and Pmtus STerl1ng 1 9799 C. C. CLAIR Guild Optician Suite 5126 Jenkins Arcade PITTSBURGH, PA. Office: ATlantic 1-7406 Residence: WEllington 1-2478 Sewickley Office: PEOPLES FIRST NAT'L. BANK BLDG. Second Floor Sewickley 2260 Monday as Thursrlay-A ternoons, Evenings Phone FA 1 1262 Free Deliveiy WILLIAM H SCHWARTZ Wholesale Dzstrzbutor All Kznds of Bee1 and Soft D1 wks 1512 Lowrle Street rRoY HILL PITTSBURGH PA All Work Done 113 Slzzllcd Cm tsmen on Om Ou n Premise Phone MII 1823 M1llvale Cleaning Shop cHAs LAvsA Pzop D13 Cleaners Since 1907 Same Day Serum' on Request 508 NORTH AVENUE MILLVALE f 3 I ' if ir 'A' QI Mile North of Aspinwall on Route 281 - ' if rr as 'k 1 V . I SPL' ' ' ' ' . ' " -' - " ' ' , PA. I53 Compliments of JAMES A COLE justice of the Peace Wexford Pennslvania Congratulations and Best Wfzslaes TERHEYDEN CO. Diamonds PITTSBURGH PA Tom Roble Amoco Servxce Fox Chapel and Freeport h ts The Farmers and Merc an PITTSBURGHIS PA Bank of Sharpsburg C po Grebmers Beauty Salon Beaut1eza11s Han Stj lzsts 513 3 Butler Street PITTSBURGH PA 14717 Noztb Students Are Alu ass Wfeleome NORTH HILLS DAIRY McKn1ght Road F1 zendly Servzce CENTRAL 37 C H KUMMER Meat Market PERRYSVILLE, PATTISON and STUVER Plym maezsts 2601 Perrvsvllle Avenue Ph PA 1 s i' 'k , . s , . 'k if . . Member: Q! 7, Federal Deposit Insuraure or ration ' 1 :A , l I ,k 'A' T T PA. ' ' Phone: PE 4-5454 ST - I E ' -' , F af N 1 al' T 1 1 ' - I ' 1 one: ' - 799 Comfzliments Of LEWIS AND COULTER 1225 Washington Boulevard Pittsburgh 6, Pa. ir CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES Roadbulldmg and Malntenance Bulldlng Constructlon Ready Mlx and Materlals Handlmg Steel Processlng uarrymg Ra1lroads Industrlals UC1l1tlCS SALES SERVICE RENTAL Hlland 1 8796 and 7 for Q . CIRCLE TOP Combmatlon GOTHIC TOP KUROFROST ALUMINUM DOORS " our Entra zce to a B a 1 1 I Ho - 0 15- .1 Klefer Manufacturlng Company 1900 Brx hton Road FA 1-5644 Plttsburgh 12, Pa Buzck Sales 5 Serwce ff G' A ggggylifi CEL fuk T Spray Ba Pasfe NORTH SIDE BUICK CO fi' SUFFS 100 W Stockton Avenue PLATERS Soppues N S PITTSBURGH C h r FA 1 7800 MANurAcruruNG coMPANY :Nc Troy Savmgs 86 Loan ASSOCIQUOH A A BoRzA AND soNs 1729 Lowrle Street Funeral Home fl Up to 510 000 2439 Callfornna Avenue 3 Dwzdend Pazd on PITTSBURGH PA Yom Sazzngs Accounts f 1 9 Complznzenfs ST URSULA,S CHURCH ALLISON PARK PA Rev H J He1lmann,Pasfo1 ' 97 Y 1 e ut f 4 me Manufactured n by . . . 0' ca . . . - 1 f A v-4 x V Q 0 I' 0 fi KW f Q 0 K Qj I H - J ' 0 , .50-.nm wx N .A I sn... . I fclllfnll QINYII I IQSIYOQD I-'Ubi D Iliwolfll, ,l"SlU:Gll I, fl . ' 'IUCN COHYOUNUS ' CNIDMI CUIQIING IOUGI ' GIIIN IOUGI ' HWIIIIS' lol-YG! ' clocvx courounn ' xumusx sun covnovnns ' uumnuu nuums conrouno ' Au-rulvosl Iumnc conrounns ' menu commas coumrouunx ' mum sums . . . l I Avrounfs Insure , wk f ' . . . r , . ' ' FAir ax - 984 of O , . I I I . . Best Wzslaes to the FISCHER S GARAGE Gmduates Wfelrlmg Towmg Ge1ze1alRepaz1s Route 1 9 REV F T WEAVER Near the Pmes St Andrew s Church TELEPHONE PERRYSXILLE 1400 KOCH SERVICE INC Ed Lyons 86 Wm McGovern Automotn e Md111f611ll1lCC Beer D1st1 zbutm s Parts DIVCO Se1 vzce Soft Drmks Troy H111 Road at Gardner PITTSBURGH 12 PA 2005 Mt Troy Road f 3 f 14 Best Wlslfes fo the ATLAS LITHOGRAPHING Class o 52 COMPANY Dzstznctwe L1tbog1 apbg Mother Mary Edlth OHIO VALLEY GENERAL HOSPITAL MILLVALE PA 930 North Avenue McKees Rocks Pa 1 19 Y 7 - 9 . , . , l .A 'A' l , . 7 , 0 '1 ', 'A' i' 'A' i' FAirax 1- 430 'ax -026 f! 'A' . . . . ' Y i' , . MI- 25 BURGER'S BARBECUE if Ohio River Boulevard EMSWORTH, PA. Concord-Liberty Savings and Loan Association A Savings Institution Since 1867 Srrifgs I s11'erI upto S10 000 b-3 fbc F rfvrnl Slllillg 5 Ioan In ll 'a 1 e Co 'fx 222 East Oluo Street Co ne Un on Atenue FA rn I 1730 ZWICKS GULF SERVICE T11 es Acressoz :es 915 East Ol11o Street N S PITTSBURGH 12 PA Pho L CE 1 9440 Complzmenfs HELWIG PONTI AC INC 901 907 Madnson Avenue PITTSBURGH 12 PA H J Everything to Repair and Improve Your Home af Daum 85 Helm Hardware Company 623-625 EAST OHIO STREET N.S. Pittsburgh, Pa. FAirfax 1-3610 Nortb Side's Finest M61l,S Store i' G O L D I E S 203 East Ohxo Street N S PITTSBURGH GEO W HAAS INC Dzspensmg Opt1C1d1lS Dountoun 3 1 8 Olnver Avenue E 151 L b 5 962 Baum Boulevard FIDELITY SAVINGS 86 LOAN ASSOCIATION 3305 Bnghton Road PITTSBURGH 12 PA I D fields Cc 1 1 n 1 , ' , 9 1' ' x , s 1 fr r 'K r r i ' ' ' irf I - 9 O I , O 'A' 'A' - - W - 'r i arty n-: - Of Q ' ' t i a - ' -A' ' ' Cnrrvn iri r - 5 Per nf Pho ez AL 1-'333 Sarings Insurvrf fo 510,000.00 1,5 Chas C Reel Funeral HOIIIC WORKS JOHN R BRADY S p 1252 54 Evergreen Avenue MILLX ALE PA 215 W Ohlo Street d P M 1 1428 l 0495 McDowell Manufacturlng J H VODDE CAFE Company Metal Stampmgs 2700 Shadeland Avenue 3 01 Stanton Avenue MILLVALE PA Beer Wfme Llq1l01 Pxvaronas Bros Bakery GODINO CANDY AND CIGAR CC Incorporated Superzor Products 1 17 12 5 Fourth Avenue 142 6 2 8 Junlata Street PITTSBURGH 22 PA NS PITTSBURGH PA CE l 7009 NORTH SIDE PACKING CO Vzctorg Brand Meat P1oduc'ts 2200 Sprmg Garden Avenue Pxttsburgh, Pa Phone CE 1 7300 f 9 'k . , u errisor 'A' 7 , . Chas. B. Newlan , rop. I - FA - 'k 'I' MI l-1333 Bakers of 'A' . Court 4687 - 88 - 89 . V A 'k x H041 w L .swuggl I Q x lo s',:::':z.v:t, Q xg T INSURED T SYS 2, Swv? xg "ff cnnvm 7 'Z NORTH SIDE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Mortgage Loans and Insured Savings Accounts Perrysville Avenue 85 East Street CE 1-7622 Complunenis A C GIERL An Condztzonzng SALES 85 SERVICE Roo ng and Sheetmetal INC Work P1HsI9u1gla s Oldest Oldsmobzle Dealez 1001 Sprmg Garden Avenue 900 26 W North Avenue N S PITTSBURGH PA NS PITTSBURGH 33 PA AL I 7-+00 10835 JOHNNY LAUGHLIN,S 1 9 91 SHAMROCK ROOM Pzffsburgb s Sflor fsmen s Refreaf 917 19 Western Avenue NS PITTSBURGH 1 PA o o i' I V - , X' ' ff i' . 9 u , s . . , . CEdn1' - I w 1 - . J . 9 . , . I I I"rm' Parking Corner Galveston and Westermm Aves. at Gcorge's Amoco Station .. 2, . CEKIAIF - 0- . Clfdglr 1-2468 Complzments SWALL BROS R00 "3 Sulmg Reglna Elena Beneficlal Contr actov s Assoc1at1on PL 4 1589 613 615 Sharpsburg Pa Congratulations and Best Wzslaes to the Gruduatzng Class rom ALLEGHENY LODGE No 339 BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE ORDER OF ELKS 400 Cedar Avenue Plttsburgh 12, Pennsylvanla SCHELLHAAS G1 eetm s to the G1 aduates FUNERAL HOMES North Slde ST MARY'S CHURCH West View Oil Clty, Pennsylvanla I X fit... I . if if - ,, fs ar :lg t if Cbrjrler P13 mouth ALLEGHENY MOTOR SALES CORP 700 08 Lockhart Street All Cl 5 I GUARANTEED USED CARS FA l 2000 ANN S FISH HOUSE Sandwzcbes to Take Out I 2 0 1 Pennsylvama Avenue CE 1 9164 HERB KLUG Roofing of All Kznds 1376 Herman Street North Slde Plttsburgh 12 Pa HAAS SALES 86 SERVICE Re 1 zgerafzon I g 1 3 203 Butler Street ETNA 23 PA North Boro's Dxstrxbutors Incorporated Loral and Out o Town Beers Soft Drznks tVe lgt I WAB Complzments WEST VIEW TAVERN AND CLUB ASSOCIATION LASI AX IC HENCHAR STUVER I-IEINTZ SWARTL BIRSIC IMPERATA WEST VIEW PARK WES'I VIEW POST 2754 X F W West Vlew Penna Good Food Beer Wzrze Lzquor Always a F1 zendly Weleorrze ' 1. r 'k if STer in - 950 PIKIIUII'-H011 Serrire for Jr. 's er Produds" 9 t u ' af PITTSBURGH 33, PA. 457 PERRYSVILLE ROAD Phone: h Wes i W, Pa. WEI in on l- 301 . . inz, Mgr. of i' ' , Vu 1 s . , 0 i' 1 ' , 'k :bf T r P A FREYVOGEL CO PAINTERS DECORATORS WALL WASHING CHURCHES INSTITUTIONS SCHOOLS 819 MIDDLE STREET N S FA1rfavc I 1266 if i' i' Serving Catholic Institutions Since 1900 , . . Congratulatzons HON MARTIN C MIHM Rep esentatn e 111 General Assemblg 2nd 23rd 24th, 25th Wards Pxttsburgh Pa CAMILLE'S FLORAL GIFT SHOPPE "Flowers For All Occaszo 9037 Bnghton Road ROse ood 1 8741 MORRISON 86 McCLUAN L gest D st :buf o o F o n Foods n West Pe msylz an 1 ctsu ef M f Maul P od cts S 1 oozls 23 01 SMALLMAN STREET Best Wzslaes to the Class f1952 'A' E. AND O. MONPER Babcock Boulevard L img B rl a rl Dm ng Rooms Iv gs Berld ng Appl a1 ces Hon bold Fu rltu to 3 D ec You North S1de Upholstermg Co Cash o Ter m Slop Els In F sf Tl en See Us fo Saie 900 EAST STREET NS Prrsb gh12 Pa Accountancy Busmess Admzmstratzon Secretarzal Sczence The ROBERT MORRIS School Hotel XVm Penn AT1a tc 1 0922 PITTSBURGH 19 PA Complzments MCSORLEY S COLONIAL EDWARD MURPHY Plumbing Heating 'k 3 62 5 Cal1f0fHl3 Avenue NORTH SIDE, PITTSBURGH, PA - i" , e , n 'i , '1 , i , il . . so rl' re-Far rv' ir tio T .f . , . it r ' s J ew ere ir , J ' 2 7 3 . . . i ur , . U ' AL 1-3900 AL 1-3900 - usa: Qt 'A' ,, . . ni - W n , . ar i 1" in f r ze i ern 1 iz Of i' Pi 'c' - inue ' r u , eff 0 n s Annunciation Bowling Alleys OW' Bff'Sf Wishes Lcague B0lL'lIllg-AIONIIIIJ to Frzrluy lk Opwn Bonlirxg-Safznrlavy Evening, Sllllllllj' Bernard Food Industries Afternoon and Ervning Incorporated 'I' i' 2 8 01 Charles Street Chicago CE l-9810 New York Under the Superrisinn of tbl' Usbers' Club S2111 Jose, Cbrzstmas Clubs Vacation Clubs Sazmgs Insured Up to 310 000 00 Home M01 tgage Ioans Home Improvement Loans TROY HILL FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 1706 LoWr1e Street CE 1 8238 Oldsmobzle CARLISLE S BRANT QLDSMQBILE CQ Dresses, Mzllznmj, B1 :dal Wear 1 5 3 Perrysvllle Road WEST NEW PA 409 11 E Ohlo Street PITTSBURGH 12 PA Il FAI 2421 WE11500 I 6 , . 3 'k A . . A A A. A ' i' ' , . . Ak - . Reliable - Depvn .able - Courteous A l l HOLLAND FURNACE CHM 1 COMPANY ' AGENCY 'Tl 7' -' "WlIl'IlI,A Largest Installer: of Homc II lfm QWEITERSHAUSENf xil I 1 S and Air Conditioning Systems . Ann. . ik As you grou' in wisdom and stature remember us. We served your grand- 1002 East Street parents and parents. WH' look non' to 3011. PITTSBURGH 12, PA. 617 OHIO STREET - FA l-1030 Phone: FAirfax 1-7138 GET THE BEST GET SEALTEST J A HOHMANN and C G FISHER 249 West Vlew Avenue PITTSBURGH 79 PA HESSE SERVICE Wexford, Pa I i' O O t Cement Contractors CARL YINGUNG- PMP. Ik 'k N STAN S ATLANTIC SERVICE LEO R HORSTMAN 1501 Brighton Road Real Estate 5 Insurance C 1-9625 905 Mam Street Gas - 011 -- Grease -- Wash SHARPSBURG PA. STANLEY MACIOS P ' p. 13 57 Herman Street CEdar 1 7200 CRGNENWETH DAIRY CO Plttsburgh 12, Pa Our Homogemzed M1lk Standard Mxlk Chocolate Mnlk Butterm1lk Wh1pp1ng Cream, and Table Cream are used and served excluslvely m the kxtchen and cafeterxa of North Cathohc Hxgh School THE MCKAY COMPANY T1re Cbams WEINERS Smart Sportswear Industrzal Cham For Dad and Lad Hardware Cham Arc Weldzng Electrodes EAST OHIO STREET 1005 Lnberty Avenue PITTSBURGH PA lb7 3 Edar ,k i' . , ro o i' . . , . , . , 9 ff if 425 BANK OF LA ER BRO . NG S MILLVALE Sales E5 Service KAISER FRAZER Mlllvale, Pa HENRY J CAPITAL S125 000 00 SURPLUS S625 000 00 185 Perrysvllle Road WEST vuaw PITTSBURGH PA SPRING GARDEN BRICK CO Manu actzuers and D1st1 zbutors CLINKER FACE COMMON BRICK ROCK GARDEN STONE Xr' Se1 llllg Wester n 17611119111 ama Ill Residential md Commerezal Buzld ng Smce 1928 3500 Sprmg Garden Avenue CEdar 1 3234 . 'I' I 'I' - y , i' Member: , . Federal Deposit Insurf e Corporat o . I X,-'Q P A T ,- gag? e 4 ,'i'.?i. ,Y xlifnffl -- li y 5 .. -faq Y -u .qgia aff. ,EJ L, Q 5.5 4 I I F ie V gs . 1"- Y 'f " " " 5 .5 I,-,,,,9 . Y. K 4 in' Y . . . . I 1 . . i . Modern Transfer Co , Inc WRIGHT PONTIAC so4 SHORE AX ENUE NS INC CE 1 8747 1 D PITTSBURGH PA Ml Qales PONTIAC Sem zce AND Ml R fl West Vlew, Pa k Cty 1 2280 Congratulatlons to the SOCIAL CLUB Class of 1952 NORTH SIDE ST ANNS CHURCH DEPOSIT BANK 514 516 518 Federal Street Mluvale Penna Plttsburgh 12, Pa W E MURPHY CE19788 ,, MONTY'S CAFE Realtor Insuror Y ir 2 2 2 6 Beaver Avenue NORTH SIDE PITTSBURGH 33, PA 409 GRANT AVENUE Mnllvale, Pa I69 7 , Q u , Dail. irer! Sf'v'1'in' BFfll.'L't'7I if 155 iv Radius Tlwrvofj K -I T l i' Allentown - Bethlehem - Easton . IZO ie a ins Tbereofl - ew Jersey New Yor i WE - - 81 QC 99 of 'A' Q 'A' i' - - 7 ' Phone: - For n Delightful Bite . . . Our Lady of Fatima Novena NIEDERST RESTAURANT 632 East Ohio Street 7' NORTH sion, PITTSBURGH Thursdays at 7:15 P. M. f 7' Breakfast, Lunches E5 Dinners Air Conditioned for Your Comfort W Open 6:00 A. M. to 1:30 A. M. P Compllments ROESSLER 85 MUELLER Real Estate WILLIAM F O BRIEN 1775777777759 Fune1 al Dzrector 708 East Street 3726 Calxforma Avenue 6 XMI' 5 51: A G , of . 0 - .3 i' ' ' Clidnr 1- 200 WALKER-CURLEY LUMBER COMPANY If 106 Bridge Street H1ARPSBURG,PA. Phone: ST 1-0940 LIGHTNING LOCAL EXPRESS COMPANY 2701 Raulroad Street PITTSBURGH 22 PA ECONOMY PANTS STORE Sportsuem 01 Dad and Lad 505 East 01110 Street Congratulations to the Class of 1952 COYNE AND EVANS CHEVROLET CO. 9 Crescent Avenue ETNA, PITTSBURGH 23, PA. STer1ing 1-8272 Greetings DAVID B ROBERTS Protlaonotm 3 Allegbeng Countg L J Boss co jewelry Manu acture1s Dzamond Setters Wood Street at Fourth Avenue ARROTT BUILDING PITTSBURGH PA EXp 1 0224 'k 'k 'A' -if . of I 1 , . if . i' 'A' ress - 171 LOVRENCIC FUNERAL HOME i' 860 Lockhart Street N.S. PITTSBURGH 12, PA. ne:CE1-1285 C omplzments CRAFTON DINER Steubenvllle Plke ST ANN CHURCH KNOBLACH'S Fu rnifure and Carpets 'A' 1816 Beaver Avenue N.S. PITTSBURGH, PA. CE l-6022 Say If Wilb Flowc'rs LOUIS HAHN AND SON FLORISTS Flowers Shrubs Seeds Ez er greens HAHN S ROADSIDE STANDS Mmllvale Dormont Pxttsburgh 9 Pa 01 MIII I Hahn Road, Mlllvale The Knxghts Llfe Insurance Co of Amerxca ot IOS! PH H RLIH-XX P C ff: of r i' 7 'k . . 9 ' Pl: 1 e: rule I- 663 . 'A' I Ulfllifllflll Pr vrlnr of Your fi ,Xa Flllflil-KN , N55 R. lx ' lr lrth pl.1uu ' PL-nnwlx.xni.x ,G 'b k I ' ' ' '1 fnrsm 93' zrlsbm 'p - m . cu 4-. ,X xwuxyf h ff B I 0-fri.-.-K 1, 11 swf '. '5f MILLVALE f ' -, : ' ' v. '1. 1 'j ggfl e ' A A A ' ' uno 1. - Axe Juv: , Qgfll w s rg R .- A N451 . M1 1-. 1.. Y," Complzments TAMBE S CAFE 353 Freeport Road ASPINWALL PA 'XL 1 1905 WE 1 0348 EUGENE C VEY HOTPOINT g I t 3700 Evergreen Road PITTSBURGH 14 PA I 1 2 WAUGH AND BALKEY f FIRESTONE Tzres Batterzes Accessorzes 16 N Mam Street SHARPSBURG PA CAL BALKEY C R SAUERS Moto1 F1ezglJt Ca1rze1 Plttsburgh Pa 1 6 SONNY S HOBBY SHO ', 417 E North Avenue PITTSBURGH 12 PA 8 Y t Model Planes Boats Race1 s and Trams PETER RUGANI P op GERBER'S SUPER FRUIT STORE 602 E Dnamond Street N r And Stop and Shop Food Market E g T119 oo P M Congmtulatzons and Best Wfzslaes or a Success ul Future NORTH PITTSBURGH BRANCH COMMONWEALTH TRUST COMPANY OF PITTSBURGH 709 711 East Ohxo Street at East Street Member Federal Deposit Insurance C01 poratzon T of , . . . . 'I' 'k . , . , . Store: . - Home: - - . cz 9 P Refri eralors, Elec ric Ranges, Automatic ' ' Clothes Wfasbers Dryers, Freezers, fNear Alle hen Hospi H17 Wa er Heaters 'A' 'A' - A -1 ' , r rietor , . STcring - 185 Dis rillutors of . ' s- ' T ' Opposite or h Side Sears i' , I p ' af , . Open l'E'1'j'El'8llf7I i : . . 'A' I 3 BREAKFAST CHEER COFFEE MICHAEL R WALTER Oualztg Meats and G1ocer1es 814 East Ohno Street N S PITTSBURGH 12 PA A 2486 Roo ng and Szdzng JOSEPH INGRAM 1 10 Center Avenue WEST VIEW PITTSBURGH 29 PENTNA WEII 1 1495 R G166fI1lgS fo the Class 0 '52 Keystone Federal Savmgs 85 Loan ASSOC13t1OH of Sharpsbur g 905 Mam Street SHARPSBURG PA BASTIAN BROS CO Rochester N Y Class Iewelrj Engraved Commencement Annou1zce1nents Name Cards CHARLES E McDONALD 920 I 239 FOURTH AVENUE PITTSBURGH2 PA C0l15l1lf1llllf10ll.S GENERAL TEAMSTERS CHAUFFEURS AND HELPERS LOCAL No 249 1945 Fxfth Avenue Pnttsburgh Pa 1- ' f 'A' 'k C y 7 A ' , . . 'Ir Mannfarlurcrs and Dvsigncrs of I F l- f . t 'I' i' . . nvestment Bulldmg 1 ' . 2, - ington - - Y ' . ' 7 , . ABBOTT'S BEER DISTRIBUTOR i' D R I V E - IN Cold Beer Open All Night MRS WEBER,S PIE SHOPPE Home Made Pzes Speczal Cakes for Wfeddzngs Annu e1sa1zes and Bzrtladays 23 6 Alpme Avenue FA 1 0169 d 1 6 9 DELIVERED ANYWHERE BRANDT MORTICIANS 103 2 Perry Hxghway PERRYSX ILLE PA Ambulance Ser z u e WE 1 1002 Compliments of BREHM JEWELERS 539 E. Ohio Street 'A' Bulova E5 Elgin Watches 'A' THOMAS J. BREHM, P1-op. Wfatrbmaker CE 1-1600 Congratulatlons to the Class of 1952 LOU STEPHANY 3224 Bnghton Road P1ttsburgh 12 Pa 1 1 4 p AL 1 1 PENROD APPLIANCE Motmola and Adnzual Tele: zszon 190 BEAVER AXENUI1 P r b gh Q if ' at K s lk 'A' Rosewoo - 25 9 ' AL - 45 Sho : - 457 Aufborizerl Sales and Service 'A' 3 ' Y .Y A N.S. it 5 ur 33, Pa. l.5 Best Beers Delireren' 113' Case or Keg SIMON 85 STROSS Beer Distributors i 5 3 8 North Avenue MILLX ALE PA. : ' l-2, Best Wzsbes an C01lg1dt1lldt101lS to the Class of19 5 2 PROVIDENT TRUST COMPANY 900 East Oh1o Street M 1 F C MARX TIRE SERVICE Tr Il L and Cm Ser ure on the Spot Day TOWING Night Etn1 Aspmwall Greetings to the Graduates ff 1 HOLY FAMILY INSTITUTE 'k SISTER M. PULCHERIA Complzments UNITED STEELWORKERS AMERICA C I O D1str1ct 19 WM J HART D11 ector 1 944 ll I 949 A HASER TRUCKING T1IlClZ Rental 614 Stfznton Avenue MILLX ALE PA 1023 North Avenue MILI x ALL IA 7 Y Phone Mnllvale 362 Supmmtvndcnt d . 0f 'K' . i ,k . . em ver DI , l n Res. Plume: MI -2 -J Day Phone ST I-1595 Nnght Phone ST I-Zz! Orin' and Gdmgv: NII - 395 - MI -2 - C 1 . . Y- J0 0 , I -i- -Q1 .K C i A 7 - - K 7 ' L MT TROY BUILDING 86 LOAN ASSOCIATION HU fo 1970 West Beckert Avenue PITTSBURGH 12 PA AL gh yl 6107 ff 1891 DORSCH SHOE STORE 700 East Ohlo Street Congratulatlons to the Class of 1952 PARKER CHEVROLET Bellevue Pa Congratulatlons to the Class of 1952 ST ATHANASIUS LYCEUM Chalfonte Avenue West View 1 QP' MF 1 is y 'k al flllf '7fr1f1'Q5QQX"'T Best of Luck i Phone: le en - 'ganize , . 'A' 'Ir I KENNY HAULING SERVICE Sinn' 1905 ir J. KENNY TRANSFER, INC. 101 EAST CARSON STREET PITTSBURGH 19, PA. HE l-4425 CLARENCE A. BITTNER Buzldiug Cont1 actor Mary Ann Drxve GLENSHAW PA 2434 Congratulatzons an Best Wzsbes To All Graduates BRASS RAIL RESTAURANT COMPANY GERST FLORAL SHOPPE 1 06 Efnst Ohxo Street IITTSBLRGH l PA f BENNETT LUMBER 86 MFG. COMPANY Lumber and Mill Work i' 21 Sedgwick Street MILLVALE 1-1640 Congratulations ST ANTHONY'S LYCEUM TROY HILL Complzments CITIZENS DEPOSIT 86 TRUST COMPANY SHARPSBURG PENNA Auerbach Furmture Co f w 1 R F l1111fIl76' Floo1 C01 enng Appliances 6 OBEAXERAXE AL gh ll 0 i' 'I' l , . Glenshaw 1- d Of , . 'k 'A' Member of Federal Deposit Insuranre Corporatio Large Selection o 'el noun Bramls ik I A . h - n V I. Bmlgrt Al'lk!llllIfX Wfulronn' l l P 2' ' You P11-X' Us, No! Il Firmnn' Company FAir ax 1-7503 Open EVe""'gS 192 -3 7 ' . le eny - 90 ll., DRINK PARK DRIVE BEVERAGES TIMES DEPT STORE Wfo men Cbzldren Men Readg to Wear TWO STORES 1500 CENTER AVENUE 3156 BRIGHTON ROAD P t I3 gh 12 REED LEAR 8: CO GR ANT BUILDING PITTSBURGH PA I C' U 011 IH 7 XF llllgb' SSOC' ALLEGHENY LODGE No 339 B P O ELKS 400 Cedar Avenue Best Wishes to the Class of 19 5 2 an C 1 0 FURNACE ENGINEERS ranch O ees INC BUTLER, MEADVILLE, 1 5 5 1 West Liberty Avenue WASHINGTON, PA PITTSBURGH 26, PA NEW YORK, N Y ST NICHOLAS CHURCH RFV S LONCAR, TOR Pittsburgh Pennsylvanla I79 , Y H.. are fire f W AY-, Y nf Y, - L, H, H, ,,A,,lH, , 7,,,A--, , HA, YYNH, - ,HHH WH, r Lafesf Fashions - Finest Qualify . 0 0 : 'A' West View, Pa. Board of Trustees N.S. it 5 ur , Pa. ' , ' - 'A' Members Pitts mrh Stock Exchange i' N1Y'lC'lE.'b fA .I ATI ti - 880 i' B ' Hi : . PA. PA. o I DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY 8 Schools L uf the top of the Golden Triangle i' SCHOOL SCHOOL SCHOOL SCHOOL ' SCHOOI SCHOOL SCHOOL OF OF OF OF ARTS AND SCIENCES LAW BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PHARMACY MUSIC EDUCATION NURSING O ers Courses Leadzng to A BACHELOR,S DEGREES IN ACCOUNTING ADVERTISING BACTERIOLOGY BIOLOGY CHEMISTRY CHRISTIAN SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY CLASSICS COMMERCE ECONOMICS EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION FDUCATION ENGLISH FINANCE FRENCH GERMAN HISTORY ITALIAN IOURNALISM fBl0lOglC llj LBUSIHCSS, Elementfnry LMUSICD fSecond1ryJ LAW MANAGEMENT QCommercml MANAGEMENT flndustrxalj MANAGEMENT CPubl1c Busmess MATHEMATICS MUSIC fConservatoryJ NURSING NURSING ARTS NURSING SUPERVISION PHARMACY PHILOSOPHY PHYSICS POLITICAL SCIENCE PRE DENTAL PRE LAW PRE MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING SOCIOLOGY SPANISH B MASTER S DEGREES IN BIOLOGY HISTORY BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MATHEMATICS CHEMISTRY MUSIC fConservatorvQ CHRISTIAN SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY MUSIC fPubl1c Schoolj CLASSICS PHARMACY EDUCATION PHILOSOPHY ENGLISH SOCIAL SCIENCE 'H ml: 1 n lln Anmmhon of Coffclgns and Suondmy Schools 0 lln 'Vflddl Sfuhs and Mm XIKIINI Afldnss all 1 omnmrmutzons to Dxrector of Adm1ss1ons DUQUESINE UNIVERSITY PITTSBURGH 19 PA .OF OF OF Q., . . J C - J 7 . Il, 4,,f , .- - 1 ,,,. .V . f -' ' 1 WHITE FRONT MEAT MARKET Home Dressed F1esl9 and Smoked Meats C154 720 22 East Ohno Street PITTSBURGH 12 PA Best Wlshes and Success to the Graduates of 1952 BOOK SHOE 209 211 Th1rd Avenue EDW A ZILIAN Plym maczst 3 8 9 8 Bmghton Road t KI b NS PITTSBURGH 12 PA 2604 J SCHWARTZ Regzster ed Electr zcmn House and Power Wfnzng 181 Martha Avenue M 1 1880 Ambulance Serz zce WALTER J SPERLING Funeral Director 5 Embalmer Corner Lockhart and Nash f Sf M li NS t R D 3 o N gl! 622 LOCKHART STREET t b gh 2 STEPHEN 85 COMPANY Ho IGTJ Underwear, Wo1k Clothes Drj Goods, Etc KLEINER MEYER 2 07 East Oh1o Street I 3 A . F .. . 1' af Edar - 23 , . 1 - 'A' ,k i' Opposi e . ary's Cbnrc , . . C O M P N' Y 2 Blocks Below East Ohio Street 'A' iv Instan esponse a' r i 1 Pit s ur 1 , Penna. 37 ', ' i' , . ' if QA e Q! 71 1 LI den 1- a IS1 Best Wislaes to the Class of 1952 if Burgess and Mrs. Thomas L. Lawry 200 Center Avenue EMSWORTH 2, PA. PENN BARBER SHOP IDou'n!own's Lending Barber Shop? Manicuring Lobby Entrance 900 Penn Avenue Building C0 1 9 6 JOSEPH A MICUCCI JAMES A ZAPPA E J HERGENROEDER A1 chztect 800 Century Building PITTSBURGH 22 PA Complzments EHLER S TAVERN North Park "Religious Articles" Of All Kinds Everlasting Religious Supply Co. LI 1-7245 1414 Cooper Street PITTSBURGH 12, PA. i' Rosa ries - Church Supplies Compliments Allegheny Lodge No 47 L O O M and 16 East North Avenue N S PITTSBURGH 12 PA I gr 12708 H W HENRY Awnings Venetian Blinds f l 5 G 56 Park Avenue PITTSBURGH 29 PA ED VERO CO Cone: ete Blocks B1i1la'e1s Supplies Br1dge Street MILLX ALE PEINNA 1800 'A' i' Appointments- - 26 if 14 Proprietors i i , i WEl.in on - 'k , . Estimates Cheer u lp' wen 'A' ATl:1ntiC l-4743 - 44 1 ' of ' -4 M ' 7 'k ir M1 l- ll"' 'AH 116 for UYCQXCQK K L' 99" L 05563 The xnd Cardin sxlw-Lu C900 X 011055 h Ns L 1111? 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L .,lJ s - ' A , a , , cz as , 1 - 'Q-,RQ i-...-- -1 THANK YOU I the 1952 Trojan zs a success, 111 no small measure we owe zt to MR PAUL MARZOFF and the CAMPUS PUBLISHING COMPANY for the superb layout 'md prmtmg All rh employees of STREM STUDIOS yearbook photogr1phers BROTHER LEONARD MANN S M for untlrmg work ln the dslrk room REX CHARLES LEES S M fox lus skillful work 1s our 'ndvxser BROTHER FRED HIEHLE SM for mxxnagxnb our business wfffurs Ind asslstance to the student photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC LIBRARY O1 THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH for m1ny of the photographs of the Pxttsburgh dxstrxct plctured herenn Specml th1nks to Miss Robxnson and to Blur for pxctures on psabes 10 ll 126 1nd 127 Corsxnn forp1cturesonp'11,cs10 ll 56 57 108 md 109 Erwxtt for pnctures on p1ges 82 1nd SJ H1re for pnctures on pfnges 8 9 12 13 16 17 30 1nd 31 Lee for plctures on P138 8 All the STUDENTS, FRIENDS, BUSINESS PATRONS md ADVFR TISERS who have m1de this book fmsmcmllv possnble We app: erlafe the S61l'If'6'S nf all fbe above . 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