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Page 18 text:
Sister Mary Agnes, S.N.D.
Those of us who have known Sister Mary
Ralph have found in her model, comforter,
and companion. The other students must for-
give us Seniors if we claim her as our very
own patron and pal. She has been so very
much to all of us-a friend never too busy to
help, an adviser always sympathetic, an
optimist who has never failed to laugh us
through petty troubles and dark days.
Each class of students has found in Sister
Mary Ralph some very special trait to endear
her to them-she shares the Freshman's sim-
plicity, the Sophomore's blitheness, the Jun-
ior's eagerness, the Senior's dignity. We will
soon forget the pink tardy slips and the blue
or white absence slips she passed out to us,
we may even forget her illustrated auditorium
talks and rhetorical questions. But we will
never forget our friend, Sister Mary Ralph.
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Do you want a gentle smile, a friendly
greeting, or a few wise words of advice? lf
so, the person to see is Sister Mary Agnes.
For three years she has been principal of
Notre Dame and each of these years she has
been everything we could ask for in a prin-
cipal and friend. From Sophomore to Junior
to Senior year, we've received the same loving
Sister Mary Agnes also has done much to-
ward furthering our motto of "For God, Coun-
try, and Notre Dame." Through her efforts
we have joined the National Victory Corps
and the Spiritual Victory Corps, Leaving
Sister Mary Agnes is one of the sad aspects
Sister Mary Ralph, S.N.D.
Page 17 text:
The Most Reverend Edward F. Hoban, S.T.D.
On January Zl, l943, Bishop
Hoban became a "new and true"
cog in Cleveland's wheel of
Catholicism. Never an idle mo-
ment has he known since his ar-
rival. Visiting schools, attend-
ing and officiating at Church af-
fairs, backing to the limit all
patriotic drives-these are but a
few of his accomplishments dur-
ing his short time here. The
present has been filled with his
achievements and the future is
full of promise.
We, here at Notre Dame, sin-
cerely w e lc o m e you, Bishop
Hoban, to our midst. We pledges
our loyalty and support to you in
whatever you may undertake.
May the Lord in His Providence
see fit to leave you with us for
many years to come.
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Father Frey . . . laughing eyes . . . an en-
gaging smile . . . teacher . . . father confessor
. . . faithful friend. These are the little
sparks of remembrance that flash through
our minds as we relive the year of '43, Es-
pecially vivid are those religion classes which
Father conducted weekly. His inimitable
classroom manner was responsible for many
peppy sessions. A keen mind coupled with his
rich sense of humor are the keys to his suc-
We Seniors feel deeply sorry for the under-
classmen who will not share with us in the
friendly guidance of Father Frey who has left
Notre Dame after nineteen years as a mem-
ber of the faculty. We congratulate Father,
though, on his appointment as pastor of St.
Martha's parish in Akron and we know that
he will be successful in his new work. Notre
Dame will long remember Monsignor Frey.
Rev. Daniel Pfeilschifter, 0.F.M,
Junior Religion Teacher
Rf. Rev. Msgr. Carl E. Frey
Spiritual Director of the Sodality
Senior Religion Teacher
An ever - ready smile, "on - the - beam"
jokes, and an ability to make religion extra
interesting, all characterize that favorite man
in the lives of the Juniors-Father Daniel.
He is one of the ablest assistants in the work
of preparing our students to serve God,
Country, and School. As any Junior will tell
you, his Religion classes are tops.
Though the Juniors had first rights to his
time and attention, he was always ready to
offer an excellent solution to the problems
of any student. This is his first year with
us and we certainly hope not the last. We
know that finer Catholic young women will
leave Notre Dame because of the example and
teaching of Father Daniel,
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