St Andrew High School - Saltire Yearbook (Detroit, MI)
- Class of 1952
Page 1 of 104
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Text from Pages 1 - 104 of the 1952 volume:
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Sf Andrew Hlqh School
Memorle s Wlth God
Memo r1e s w1th Faculty
Memo r1e s wlth Books
Mernor1es of our Act1v1t1es
Memor1e s of Us
Memo r1e s 1n Sports
Edltor 1n ch1ef
BUSIDG ss Manage rs
Memorles of our Frlends
Mary Ann Wach
Stanley Ganc za r sk1
Literary Editors . . ....... Agnes Wrobel
To OUR PARENTS who are keenly
aware of the 1mportance of a Cath011C
Educat1on 1n the l1ves of youth we the
Sen1ors 52 ded1cate tlns volume of our
Let the publ1cat1on of th1S book of mem
o1rs des1gnate at least a part of our gratl
tude and love forthe sacr1f1ces struggles
undergone 1n order to have us meet
our Cathol1c Educatlon wltha deslred goal
W1th th1s key of Success allotted to us by
you dear parents we step mto the world
of chaos confldently and vahantly with God
as our Leader and Gu1de and the Blessed
Mother of Grace as our Med1ator and
May the Lord reward your efforts a
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in merifan vlemocrafic Aociefy.
The Catholic High School exists in order that youth may walk morally as
well as intellectually among the stars, that their consciences may be attuned
to the voice of God. It constitutes a sanctuary wherein the two-fold truth - that
well-rounded education requires the development of moral character, and mor-
ality, in turn, rnust be based on religion - is recognized not only in theory but
also in practice.
The Catholic High School is a spacious tabernacle where Christ lives and
reigns, and where the priceless truths of the Christian faith permeate the whole
atmosphere with a sweet and lovely fragrance. Itis anursery of holiness whe re
the tendrils of youthful hearts are twined around the ideals of God and country
and the twin virtues of patriotism and religion are daily inculcated. The Catholic
school is a bulwark of America, a mighty fortress against the forces of com-
munism, fascism, and irreligiong a citadel where the young are taught to love
their neighbor, their country and their God.
In the Catholic High School, Christ is no outcast. God, Christ, and His truths
are its center. He occupies the throne of honor and His teachings constitute
her code of 9fi1iCS- This school system is the greatest moral fact in America.
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What peaceful hours I once enjoyed
How sweet their menxory still
But they have left an aching void
The world can never fill. - Cowper
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Image and Llkeness
The 1-lghts and
follow from this dlgei that
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Blessed be those who reahze that great work for a new and
just order 15 not posslble unless thexr eyes are hfted to God
keeper and ordalner of all human events 1n1t1a1 source guardmn
and avenger of all JllSt1C6 and rlght Pope P105 XII
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Rev. Stephen Trepc zynski
Pastor and Founder
Of St. Andrew High
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"TRUE WISDOM IS FOUNDED ON THE
FEAR OF THE LORD."
The Catholic school does not only teach
the truths of the Christian religion, but
the Church makes them the very core of
curriculum, the spinal column of the vital
organism of learning,the throbbing heart
of the living body of knowledge. There-
fore religion invests all the subjects of
the curriculum with deep significance
and shows how they are related to the
development of the spiritual life of man
and the achievement of his ultimate
Rev. B. Rembelski
Rev. M. Bednarski
""" Lillian Szelag
holds attention of the
Church history stu-
dents, unfolding the
meaning of the sym-
bols inthe Christmas
Society rests upon the
family. Since the family is
founded by marriage and
parenthood, the parental
authority is discussed by
Rev. B. Rembelski in soci-
ology class. The inquisitive
Seniors shower Father with
questions as he leaves the
CHAMP? .fdgne E005 WO! Save
Something more than mere learning is required. That is religion.
For it is religion which sensitizes the conscience to the moral law, and
strengthens the will to observe it, by putting our minds in life-giving
communion with the Wellspring of divine power and divine strength.
God is the answer to the cry of every human soul for help. Without Him
our learning is but dust and ashes.
"Reason and experience, both forbid us to expect that national
morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principle."
- George Washington
A rosary a day will keep the sin
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There is one harp that any hand can play,
And from its strings what harmonies arise!
There is one song that any mouth can say'-
A song that lingers when all singing diesg
When on their beads our lVlother's children pray,
Immortal music charms the grateful skies.
Junior students in Ethics
class realize that no education
is complete without the devel-
opment of character: that char-
acter in the best sense cannot
be developed without faith in
Godgthat Ethics, devoid of re-
ligion, offers no unconditional,
catagorical imperatives for
moral conduct under all the
changing circumstances of hu-
man lifeg that religion alone
can perform this function. It
is capable of doing it because
God is everywhere, sees all
things, metes out rewards and
punishments with infallible ac
and war away, - a thought precious to
every student at St. Andrew High - a
fulfillment of the plea made by the
Blessed Virgin of Fatima. The fervor
with which the rosary is recited by all
Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, and
Freshmen is due to the untiring zeal of
a special aid to the helpless groups in
the society, living under the iron hand
of the rulers: the church suffering,the
persecuted faithful, the starving popu-
lation across the seas, the Godless
fighting nations, the leaders of moral
corruption, and finally the Holy Souls in
At Saint Andrew High we are united
at all these groups daily through Mary's
rosary chain. Let us keep that sacred
friendship glowing in Her honor.
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Friends given by God in mercy and in love:
My counsellors, my comforters, and my guides:
My Joy 1n grlef my second bhss 1n joy
Companlons of my young des1res ln doubt
My oracles my wlngs 1n hlgh pursult
Oh' I remember and w1ll ne er forget Pollok
conomlc Well Being
Give to the world the
best you have and the best
will come back 10 youu,
For the mere fact that a school gwes some rel1g1ous mstructlon does
not brmg lt 1nto accord Wlth the r1ghts oi the Church and of the Chrlstlan
fam1ly or make lt a fmt place for Cathollc students To be thxs It IS nec
essary that all the teach1ng and the whole organlzatmn of the school and
1ts TEACHERS syllabus and text books ln every branch be regulated by
the Chr1st1an sp1r1t under the d1rect1on and maternal superv1s1on of the
Church so that relxg1on may be 1n very truth the foundatlon and crown
of the youth s ent1re tra1n1ng
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S1ster M Pudenclana
S1ster M Consuela
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"A social order is sound and healthy only when
family life is sound and healthy." - Msg. Johnson.
Social relationships begin in the homeg con-
tinue inthe school, and follow into the community
and society. As civilization grows more com-
plex, students are rendered longer and more
intensive training to prepare themselves for their
place in society. They are convinced of the facts:
that most of the material affecting the social
integrity of the home is pre sented under the guise
of so-calledculturegthat newspapers, magazines
books, the radio, the motion pictures and tele-
vision become media for the dissemination of
ideasg that a combat to be undertaken by the
parents in the home and by the teachers in the
school to promote legions of decencyg and, that
bodily health, economic well being, social virtue,
and cultural development can all help in the at-
tainment of moral perfection.
St. Andrew high competes with the standards
concerning social living by building up in the
studenta taste for what is both good and beauti-
ful as well as trueg by adapting tasks, informal
discussions, debates, panel discussions to lead
the student to set up better standards of judge-
ment for himself: by conducting interpretations
of new events in the field of art, music, and
literature to enable him to raise his own levelof
appreciation: and, by depicting the right or the
wrong of every widespread movement in human
history, judging it not by human but by Divine
With clear, decisive statements of Christian
social principles which cover practically all
aspects of modern life, our student leaves
"Alma Mater" into the wide world to have the
seeds, sown deep into his heart by the faculty,
sprout vigorously and successfully in his future
life to glow with standards of Christian morality
in the society.
Edward Fiut, the school president, and Joseph Oprzadek, the Senior class
president, seek the approval of the calendar activities for the year.
gkcfion . . amlaaignd . . . 'Uofing . . . peach . . .
OlalJorfau1ifie5 renolering ud fda fraining in Me
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Counting of ballots . . . deep
silence . . . serious minds . .
eagerness. . .asigh. . .who will
S. O. S. PARTY Q Students of
Successj , . . can we hesitate
even for a moment? . . . NO!
. . . victory is OURS. .
S.I. P. PARTY Q Student Inter-
est Partyj . . .happy . . . en-
ergetic . . . assured of their
victory . .
"May you succeed
with God's blessing,"
says Sister M. Electa,
principal, as she con-
gratulates the newly
elected president for
. . . . shouts the
losing party as
its officers shake
hands with the
A pledge to the
Flag . . .a solemn
moment captivate s
the hearts of the
members as well
as the audience.
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Rev M Bednarskl addresses the student body at the f1rst assembly of the school year
Self confldence put 1nto act1on IS a mag1c
key to success' And when It IS backed by Fa1th
1t1S 1rres1st1ble' For Fa1th 15 the d1v1ne current
that d1st1ngu1shes the Enthusiast from the CYHIC
the Opt1m1st from the Pess1mest the Doer from
the Do Nothmg' To have supreme fa1th 1n God
A1m1ghty connotes the Chf1St1an way of l1fe
It IS on the dlgnxty of man as God s 1mage
that democracy 1s founded Democracy means
a way of l1fe that subordlnates every value to
human values to the dlgnlty and dest1ny of human
person Democracy as a way of 11fe means the
Chrlstxan way of l1fe the way of just1ce and
cha r1ty the brothe rhood of man under the Father
hood of God It IS rooted 1n respect for the
1nd1v1dua1 no matter who that 1ndxv1dual may be
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no matter h1s race or creed Democracy as a
way of 11fe expresses 1tself 1n a form of govern
ment That form of government IS to safeguard
the democratlc way of l1fe the Chr1st1an way of
l1fe It secures the utmost l1berty for the 1nd1
v1dual that 1S compat1ble w1th the rlghts and
l1berty of others Therefore every Cathohc
school 1S a nursery of patrlotxsm and a bulwark
of Amer1can democracy 1n wh1ch the h1gh8St
1deals of good c1t1zensh1p of soc1al 3ust1ce of
rac1al equahty and of frxendlmess to those of
every fa1th and race are ceaselessly stressed
Thls system of Educahon offers a m1ghty and
a ceaseless support for patr1ot1sm because xt
t1es together love of the country w1th love ofGod
and prov1des endurxng moral sanct1ons for thxs
twofold love and loyalty The l1berty lt secures
1S llberty under law and law means the rule of
r1ght reason founded on the law of God and
conformed 1n every respect to the law of God
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Good thoughts lead to good acts,
Good acts lead to good habits,
Good habits lead to good character
A good character leads to heaven.
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certaln flxed tlmes but also that every other subject tauvht be permeated wlth
Chrlstlan plety If th1S IS war1t1ng 1f thas sacred atmosphere does not pervade and
warm the hearts of masters and scholars alike llttle good can be expected from
any k1nd of learnmg and cons1derable harm w1ll often be the consequence
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Aclassin Drafting . . . aprepara-
tion for blue-printing . . . where the
qualities of skill, accuracy, perse-
verance, and neatness unfold and
A time devoted by the
Seniors to the investigation
of the relations, properties
and measurement of solids,
surfaces, lines, and angles
. . .tothe acquaintance with
the theory of space and of
figures in space.
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Physics . . . Seniors, investigat-
ing the forces of nature by ex-
periments in heat, light, sound,
electricity, and mechanics. These
make the students realize the
powers God has put into the hands
Biology . . . The structure of
and their function create an enor-
mous interest in Junior students
as they observe the plant life
under microscope . . . they be-
come aware that a species is
recognized by its functional at-
Physics . . . Juniors get ac-
quainted with the knowledge
treating of the material world
and its phenomena of inanim-
ate matter involving no change
in chemical composition . . .
that is the science of matter
and motion. This study brings
them closer to the Infinite
nature's beauties and harmon-
ies and His immutable laws.
through the understanding of
Senior students in government
class discuss the functions of our
political system . . , find, that the
world is economically interdepen-
dent that minimum hu'man
rights must be recognized by all
countries that a Universal
Declaration of human rights is a
step toward peace.
AGene ral Science period is of great
inte rest to Freshmen of Room 303
as they display their abilities in
analyzing the operation of a fire
extinguisher examining its
parts . . . results in the use of
solutions . . . a truly good device
History class . . .the current
events . . . the "melting pot"
in the international relation-
ship . . . make history a very
enjoyable subject. Many dis-
tant unheard of places are
brought to the limelight and
Seniors take interest in other
Juniors in English class . . . True
rhetoric and sound logic are
nearly allied. The study of ar-
ranging and expressing our
thoughts with propriety teaches
us to think as well as to speak
accurately. The business of life
is mainly carried on by means of
this difficult art of literature.
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Seniors in English class . . .
Shakesperean style, his mode of
expression, beauty in thought, and
his influence upon the later gen-
e rations are the topics undertaken
in a panel discussion by the
Latin class . . . Under the
supe rvision of Sr. M. Armella,
the Freshmen group translates
English statements into Latin,
and studies the formation of
Latin adjectives. This ancient
language appeals to them, be-
ing presented with skill and
experience of their sponsor.
Seniors receive instruc-
tion as to chain-feeding
envelopes into the type-
Senior and Junior Typing classes . . . where the students
receive adequate generalbackground . . . specific knowledge
in English vocabulary, spelling, punctuation . . . conduct of
daily office routine . . . secretarial bookkeeping and filing
. . . knowledge of equipment and supplies . . . opportunities.
for constant self-improvement.
Practice for speed
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Talent is that which is in a man's
power: genius is that in whose power
a man is. - Lowell.
Leadersh1p It 1S truly sald 15 won by ordmary men Wlth more than ordxnary
determ1nat1on who keep everlastlngly at 1t'
You don t have to be a gennxs to get ahead Don t Walt for extraordmary op
portunxtxes Tackle ordmary ones and make them great
P1Ck a definite alm some all consummg arnb1t1on Fu: that alm v1v1d1y 1n
your mlnd Then drlve toward It Anon
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Joan Ostrowska - Senior
Patience and perseverance led
her to a goal - a good secret-
ary . . . works cheerfully . . .
follows the advice . . . profits
by experience . . . her record
proves 80 words a minute . . .
finds pride in work . . . good
memory and common sense
are her intellectual qualities
- a code of our best steno-
Frederick Tokarz - Junior
Artistically inclined lad finds pride
in his work . . . displays accuracy,
neatness and industry with every
tentative sketch or plan . . . does
extra work outside of class hours
. . . a very promising draftsman.
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Richard Kuzdak - Senior
A scientific mind . . . under-
stands the scientific language
and its vocabulary. . .absorbs
quickly the functions of phen-
omena in nature . . . devotes
much time to experiments. . .
continued research provides
material for his further ob-
servations . . . a work-ofa
truly good physicist.
A lass with a surpassing apti-
tude . . . applies skills and
taste to production according
to aesthetic principles . . . ac-
complishes a c c u r at e, neat
and original designs and il-
lustrations . . . "The Andrite,"
our school paper, proves best
of her capability and skill in
the use ofthe mimeoscope . . .'
loyal and reliable in her duty
- an excellent mimeoscoper.
Sylvia Janus - Junior
reveal more curiosities
lntellectually endowed with
the powers of keen obser
vation studies care
fully the living organisms
. . . plant or animal alike
undergo her microscopic
view history, laws
phenomena -- all captivate
her dissection and analysis
finds opportunity for every
experiment - a young b1
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Stanley Towianski - Senior
An asset to our school . . . a
mathematical mind which will
not leave alone any figure or
line without questioning its
position in the space .a
mind with question marks. . .
until the proof satisfies it.
Robert Kukla - Senior
Possesses an unusualintellec-
tual capacity for studying and
solving the operations of our
functions of Congress, courts,
parties, laws and responsibil-
ities therein . . . B born politic-
ian whose efforts will attack
all political perplexities . . .
just to study their causes and
Arlene Wilk - Senior
A model of accurate and well
disciplined learning. , .to her
an effort means work. . .suc-
cessful living is thinking con-
structively. . . books - mom-
ents for inspiration and re-
freshment . . . moralbeauty -
the basis of civilization. . .
the practice of virtue - a
rightly fashioned life of a
good person. . . all the char-
acteristics of our fine scholar.
resa Strenkowski - Senior
Delights in poetry and prose . . .
lofty thoughts interest her mind. . .
believes that nothing tends so much
to enlarge the mind as reading . . .
acquaintances with authors broaden
the intellectual and imaginative
Stanley Ganczarski -
His mind. . .a panorama
of historical knowledge,
rich and fascinating . . .
upholds tolerance, jus-
tice, devotion to truth,
interest in international
affairs and other peoples
. . .avoids no opportuni-
ties for arguments or
A mmd filled with meaningful strokes
a transcription reading or d1C
tation -- all find her at ease . . .
skills knowledge and achievement
place her as an outstanding student
in the field of shorthand . . . coop-
eration confidence honesty and
willingness designate her othe r
qualities of a capable secretary,
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Barbara Klecha Senior
Delphme Gawenda Senior
Proficient operators of mimeograph
machine skillful users of the
stencil device clever practical
unselfish and untlrlng workers
swift distributors of hundreds of
school papers loyalty and zest
in labor indicate their important
David Blackno Senlor
A lad with enthusiastic loyalty
animates the student body by his vigor
and viwacity with ardent and active
interest shares the triumphs over suc
cesses keeps the lads and lassies
well informed of the circumstances and
6Ct1V1t19S a soul in whose body
every nerve speaks shakes and works
for his school An excellent
Joseph Oprzadek - Senior
A loyal acolyte. . . performed his duties
by the altar of God for four years . . .
sought and prayed for Christ's guide in
his future . . . offered continually his
day's work to Saviour of mankind . . .
believed, that earthly treasures will be
transformed into eternal riches . . .
hoped that his service to Christ will
win him earthly blessings and then,the
vmoried 0 our .xdcfiuiffed .
All to myself I thmk of you
Think of the thlngs we used to
Th1nk of the thlngs we used to say
Thmk of each happy bygone day
Sometlmes I s1gh and somehrnes I sm11e
But I keep each olden golden wh11e
All to myself Nesbxtt
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It 15 no less necessary to d1rect and watch the educat1on of the adolescent soft as
wax to be moulded mto VICE 1n whatever other envlronment he may happen to be
remov1ng OCCBSIOHS of ev11 and provxdmg occas1ons for good 1n hxs recreatmns act
1V1t16S entertalnments and soc1al lntercourse for ev1l communlcatlons corrupt good
manners The true Chr1st1an does not renounce the act1v1t1es of thxs hfe he does
not stunt h1s natural facu1t1es but he develops and perfects them by co ordmatmg
them w1t.h the supernatural
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The student newspaper leading to a spirit of pride in the school. . .awell-rounded re-
port of the schoo1's many activities exerting a beneficial influence editorially. . .it binds
the interests of teachers and scholars . . . it fosters school unity . . . it kindles the spirit
of co-ope ration . . .it serves as a medium for self-expression and development of character.
"Blessed are those Christian par-
ents, who are able to accept without
fear the vocations of their sons and
daughters, and see in them a signal
honor for their family and a mark Of
special love and providence of our
Pope Pius XII
Br. Leonard Konopka
A graduate of 1951
who entered the congregation
of Marian Fathers
in Stockbridge, Mass.
Sister Dolores Motyka -51 Sister Mary Ann Zalewski '51
Sister Wanda Okasinski '49
"Come, follow Me". . . a soft calling Voice of Christ touched the hearts of ourthree
senior girls . . . the observance of the vocation week reflected in their rninds . . .
after graduation they had answered the Christ's call . . . they became the members
of the community of the Felician Sisters, Plymouth, Michigan . . . the student body
wishes you the best of success in your chosen state of life.
orafion gafifin new clbpfayevl clawing Uoralion weeg
When tlme who steals our years away
Shall steal our pleasures too
The memory of the past w11l stay
And half our joys renew Moore
As the glow of the SALTIRE blds us
cast a retrospectwe glance upon our
closmg year at St Andrew we ded1cate
ourselves ANEIW to the prlnclples and
tradxtlons Wh1Ch have ever hghted our path
to the better and h1gher thlngs of l1fe
AND SO WE. GRADUATED
And we leave for whatever l1fe holds
for us some to contznue our educatlon
others to take then' places 1n the Country s
Serv1ce or to do thelr share 1n the great
work that hes ahead of us Wherever we
shall be the sp1r1t of St Andrew I-hgh
Colors Blue and whlte
Flower Amerxcan beauty rose
Patroness Our Lady of Grace
Motto Prayer and Labor Conquer All
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laughter . . . the bells of Santa Claus cheer the little ones . . . the sweet carol
singers incite the merriment in the hearts of young and old.
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The wonderful memories of school days mellow in the enduring pages
of this 1952 volume . . . a treasure-trove of personalities and events, of
youthful joys and triumphs . . . many months of pleasant reflections.
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There are moments of life that we never forget,
Which brighten, and brighten, as time steals away
And they shine on the gloom of the loneliest day.
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PLAC THLETICS IN PR
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Our Athletu: Program IS 1ntended primarily not for the development of athletes to re
present the school ln athletics but rather to round out the complete development ofthe
ent1re man which very properly 1ncludes also the trainmg of h1s body Above all lt teaches
our Andrite students how to spend prohtably leisure t1me 1n good clean recreatmn
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The right kind of physical education has value for
every student. Strength and vigor are important gains
- they are foundations for vitality. A skillful body,
grace and poise have lifelong worth. Happy play can
bring relief from tensions now and in the years to
come. Wholesome recreational interests founded at
an early age may mean the difference between delin-
quency and wise use of leisure. Teamwork, perhaps
the greatest value of all, is a vital key to success in
Places to play - gymnasiums and playfields are the
classrooms and laboratories for physical education,
and balls, bats and other play implements are its books
World conditions today highlightthe need for whole-
some, happyplay experiences for all our youth. Foun-
dations for sound growth and development are laid in
Rev. Stephen Trepczynski
mafia!! gaicliron . . .
Top row - R. Guzik, I. Cioroch, N. Panczak, D. Sypula, D. Woods.
Standing - I. Michalik, Assistant Coach - Bruce Wacha, I. Pelak, L. Rozdowski, I. Hejnosz
R. Grabowski, E. Fiut, R. Nadolski, F. Tanana, E. Nykel, C. Radecki, G. Gromacki, C. Ranis
zewski, T. Libich, A. Przekop, Coach - Jerry Wegger, J. Grom.
Sitting - D. Blackno, S. Towianski, R. Kukla, R. Krazczak, J. Kotlarek, W.Wachock1 .T
Oprzadek, J. Wojewski, H. Pososki, R. Mroz, D. Bonsall.
. Andrew 6 - Z4 St. Leo
A weak start but not hopeless
. . . only one touchdown was
scored by R. Nadolski.
Andrew 39 - 19 Salesian
After a loss of seven straight
games success spurred . . .
Tanana scored three . . . Fiut,
one . . . Wojeski converted for
two extra points . . . Nadolski
passed to Fiut for another .. .
FIRST GAME WON
Andrew 13 - 13 St. Alphonsus
A tie game . . . Tanana and
Hejnosz scored on runs of 35
and 65 yards . . . Wojeski con-
verted one extra point.
St Andrew 13 - 12 St. Francis
Success came at Mackenzie
Field . . . Two touchdowns were
scored by Tanana . . . Wojeski
kicked one extra point . . . vic-
tory followed over St. Francis.
Andrew 32 - 13 Visitation
At McKay Field, Nadolski
passed for four touchdowns . . .
Tanana scored another . . .
Wojeski kicked two extra
points . . . victory was ours.
St. Andrew Z1 - 14 St. Cecelia
At Mackenzie field the passing
combination of Nadolski to
Grabowski was good for two
touchdowns . . . Tanana scored
third . . . Nadolski and Tanana
passed to Kukla for two extra
points . . . Wojeski kicked the
third . . . and we won.
St. Andrew 0 - 15 St. Rita
Game on a muddy Mackenzie
Field brought nothing for St.
Andrew . . . yet even in defeat
it took pride in its former
Many experts opined that St.
Andrew was strictly a "basket-
ball school." But this theory has
been disproved in the short space
of three years. St. Andrew play-
ers proved they can excel in any
branch of sport and a glance at
the SecondWest standings proves
this point conclusively.
Much of St. Andrew's athletic
success can be attributed to Fr.
Stephen Trepczynski, pastor, who
is right behind his boys, whether
they win or lose. He is always at
the scene of battle, offering en-
couraging words to his gladiators.
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FRANK TANANA FULL BACK Outstandmg on both offenslve and defens1ve h1s long
runs set up many touchdowns as he led h1s team in scormg and yards galned
JOHN HEINOSZ LEFT HALF Fleetfooted back who averaged f1ve yards per try he
also played well on defence h1s thr11l1ng runnlng w1l1 long be remembered
RONALD NADOLSKI QUARTER BACK Ma1n1y respons1ble for the team s success as
h1S sxgnal callmg pushed the team to the top agreatpasser who always excelled on defence
EDWARD FIUT RIGHT HALF A hard back to stop often called upon for a f1rst down
attempt he was usually successful on defence he played l1ne backer and showed the way
1n blockmg up the l1ne.
RICHARD GRABOWSKI . . . END . . . Made all c1ty 1n the M1ch1gan Cathollc . . Dick was the
tearn's second lnghest scorer and top pass rece1ver . . he hauled 1n srx touchdown passes.
ROBERT KUKLA . . . END . . . A f1ne end who has been w1th the team for three years . . . Bob
often showed h1s aggress1veness as he played most of each game.
RAY KRAWCZAK . . TACKLE . . . A sophomore playmg h1s f1rst season . . . shows ab111ty of
becommg a future star . . played both offens1ve and defenswe except1onal1y well
JOSEPH KOTLAREK . . TACKLE . . . A strong l1ne smasher who repeatedly opened holes 1n
the opponents 1ine,th1s often resulted in long galns . . h1S f1ne play 1n the flnals w1ll be greatly
m1ssed 1n the next season.
DAVE BLACKNO . . . CENTER . . . An excellent center at both offence and defence . . Dave,
however, was at his best on the defensxve l1ne.
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THAT STOOD BY OUR BOYS
THROUGH VICTORIES AND DEFEATS
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Top row N Grabowsk1 R Kukla J' Pelak J' Wojewskl Nap Ross Coach
Second row Fr Bednarskl Athlet1c D1rector J' Hejnosz F Tanana E1 F1ut D Blackno
Flrst row L Ska1sk1 R Krawczak R Spxsz R Nadolskl
Frank Tanana Center Great team man and the f1nest shot 1n the state Averagedwell 0Ve1'
20 pomtg per game The brams of the team sets up most of the plays and 15 8ffeCf1Ve at
any po s1t1on
Edward F1ut Forward Rangy marksman who usually controls the backboards Equlpped
wlth a potent hookshot he occass1onal1y fmds h1mself at center as a p1vot man
John I-lejnosz Guard A dead shot wzth a one handed fhng can score from any angle and
d1stance Often pulls them off the backboards
R1chard SPISZ Guard The defens1ve gxant who was often underrated as abasket marksman
A f1ne ball handler w1th a cool head and blazmg hot sp1r1t
Ronald Nado1sk1 Forward Sharpshootlng .Tun1or who has come 1nto h1s own A fast man
who knows h1s way around the court
Rayrnond Krawczak Guard Prom1s1ng Sophomore who IS a great shot and a sharp play maker
A future court star at St Andrew H1gh
Robert Kukla Center Lanky center possessmg an excellent hook shot and a fme competatlve
attltude An all around team man
Leon Skalskl Forward A f1ne second strmger who can pour 111 the pomts when called upon
Excellent on defense
Jim WOjeWSk1 Guard Another reserve who IS capable of handllng h1s men and tossmg them
through the hoop.
Sf AHCJFZW FIVC Flyer Run hw-1
CFP to Good Start h Gami
By GEORGE MESS
If WOW N0 lf 4:05 Eyes State
tm' St A A namernt Class B Honors
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age let thout re the opposxtlon
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scored L s and R Pomt the Vik
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thev meet a srgm to 15 4 at
team f0m0'f0 X on of the first quarter
Xlsltatlon ha' start of the new r
mth! Salfqm ' ound the Nat1v1ty cre .
mt Of rs lfire and dvundllnv
UN Hi 'pomts th1S W'
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E ne fortleth game mth e Red
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Dlitllct Cagers Start
on Road to Lansmg
By H H BARCUS
Andrew contlnued to roll
ong and Trenton toppled Rrver
Rouge a tinallsr m Class B last
vear as dlstrrct con' ltlon rn
the stare tournarr' ned rn
the Detroit wesday
6 D41 last wear St Andre
to Class B m
s0N LOVSE STAR
Bon Hendm on and Farx low
agam pm lded Trenton:
punrh Tl '11 all 6
play at Ho'
mth both teams
state Class C
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mg? bp' ,gue ntleholder took a 2718
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Take Close Games
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THE FLYERS wmners of 45
stralght games swept through a
By GEORGE 0 MASKIN
u Class stands out among the De 1
long workout wxthout a coach rn Atrolt area s SIX regronal champlons y
St Andrew lost its coach last
week when Nap Ross a Cleve
land Indian scout took off for
Florida, where he was ordered
to report as an instructor for
rcwho have quahfled for Wednes
days quarterfxnals ln the state
Qhxgh school basketball tournal
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come the first team ever to um
a state txtle two ye rrs running
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ST ANDREWS HIGH shattered a record of 27 year slandung last Saturday by annexung nts
second straight slate basketball title Ih dtfferent class s St Andrews captured the Stale
Class C dnadem ln l95l and took top honors thus year In Class B The above photo shows Ron
Nadolslu of St Andrew s battling for possesslon of the ball In the tulle game agamst Grand
Blanc Other Detrotler IS Ed Fxut l45l lAP Wlre pholol
tournament offtcxals awardmg the
trophy to Detron St Andrew
c ass B champtons
frand Blanc' prow-d one of
the toughcst fms Nt Andrew
fdtl"Illl1 Its drlu fnr two state
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Detrmtf-rs into the third period
fell behind bv sexen points
'38 .31 and than fought hack to
make the game close at the ffnlgql
Grand Blanc, 41 38
By H H BARCUS
EAST LANSING Nllch 'Vlarch
22 In chstress untll late tn the
llllfd perlod the lead changmg
hands 1' different tlmes Denon
Qt Anchevu then mustmed t
strength 'md charged to a ll 48
xtctoly mer C rand lalane for tl e
thamplonshlp of Nltchl an todax
ln twkmg the me the
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'ilde won then' forty e1ghth mn
secutnc game 24 of wh1ch were
play ed thls season They also be
came the first school to mn 1n
dlfferent d1YlSlGllS ln successue
years St Andrew bemg Class C
kmg 1n 19a1 and then moxmg up
a dlXlS1Ol'1 because of an mcrease
Vinh thclr regular coach mlss
mf' the champions were handled
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natslu the athletxc director ln 1
strata-gem vuhlch Fr Bednalskl
Frank actually handled the
team I lust dld the praying
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VIC TORIOUS FLYERS
The day is clear and blue
And the Lord is with you,
He knows your hearts are brave and tame
And that alone will save the game.
As the crowds began to cheer
And the songs you start to hear,
You wonder who will win the game
And hope that it will lead to fame.
The crowd is praying for the final score
Wlth cheerleaders cheering on the floor.
You pray to God the game is yours
While the players are after you by threes
The game has gone your way
And the crowds all shout hooray
The opponent has been beaten and in discourage
And you thank the Lord for the courage.
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CEM L7 to 'bo' 1952
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RAHI RAH' me FLYERS
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orrc or HE covlrmos
G MENNEN WILLAMS LANSING
Apr11 2, 1952
Sister Mary Electa
Principal, St Andrew High School
Dear Sister Mary Electa
The recent performance of the oasketball
team of your school in winning the Class
B State Championship in the 1952 Basketball
Tournament has been a source of real pleasure
and satisfaction to me as Governor The team
spirit and sportsmanship displayed by the
St Andrew High School basxetball team is
worthy of special commendation
Please convey to the members of the team,
to the coaches, and to the others who shared
in your successful championship my congratu-
lations on the victory which capped their
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STATE OF MICHIGAN
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
LEE M THURSTON SUPERINTENDENT
CHARLES E FORSYTHE STATE DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS
CHI HIGH CHOO ATHL TIC A OCIAT ON
DAVID C ARNOLD IS ANT u REcToR It 91-ch
Sister hary Electa Principal
St Andrew High School
I want to take tris opportunity to congratulate your
basketball team for the honors which came to it as a result
of participation in the 1952 State High School Basketball
Tournament Certalnly your school and community can be
oroud of the recognition which your team has brought to your
school. I also want you to know that we appreciated the
cooperation received from everyone from Detrolt St Andrew
in connection with the tournament administration Everythi g
was fine as far as we were concerned
Under separate cover I am forwardin, you a copy of
the picture that was taken just before the start of the
championship game and we are also including some extra
copies of the programs which some of your boys may desire
Charles E Forsythe '9'C4--
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THE ST. STANISLAUS HIGH SCHOOL was
the first in rank to send its message oi congrat-
ulations. Others that have followed are:
, 7 1, L Rev. Pastor, Faculty and Comets. St. Andrew
, g ku i iv 1' 'N . 5 Faculty and students, st. Florian High 5011001
. r lk , Mr. and Mrs. John Guzik and Family, St.
M fr Untl 'L 2 KWWI1 Andrew Young Men's Bowling League, Rev,
F ' - f ' L, Pastor, Faculty and Students, Mount Carmel
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Y. in-' ,I V5 ' , iq Coach Nap Ross
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45, " 51' 'XXII ii St. Andrew Football and Basketball Ushers
D K' C THE BEST QV st. Andrew choir
U, 1 V U7 1 X The Cheerleaders
4.5 A V civmi . his if ' " The Juniors - Rooms 310 and 308
,N LS Y - ' D , W , 5 St. Andrew Student Council
0 ' L I' ' W' F ' The Sophomores - Room 304
'Q 1 ' The Sophomores - Room 306
'5 Q . V ' ' , , , The Seniors
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CONGRATULATION CARDS WERE RECEIVED
Holy Rosary High School, lsadore, Mich.
Sister Dolores, Sister Wanda, Sister Mary Ann
and the Postulants, Plymouth, Mich.
Father Louis Ostrowski, Canada
Sister M. Pudenciana and Juniors 308
Sister M. Consuela and Sophomores 304
Sister M. Armella and Freshmen 209
Sister M. Agnella and Freshmen 302
The Freshmen - Room 209
The Freshmen - Room 303
The Sisters and Boys of the St. Joseph
Home, Jackson, Mich.
Angelis and Freshmen 303
Amadeus and Seniors
Dennis and Sophomores 306
Bogumilla and Fifth Graders 201
Alexine and Fourth Graders 208
Virginette and Third Graders 210
Anthonia and Sixth Graders 102
Celeste and Fifth Graders 104
Modesta and Fourth Graders 103
Thomasine and Kindergarten Tots
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House tllnnrutrmt llrsuluttnn Nu 43
Offered by Representattves Stanley Novak and Lewandcvwskl
A LONLURREWT RFSOLI TIOX LOWK RATUI AFINK, ST ANDREW
SHIP IW THE 1952 STATF BASRI' TBAII TOLRINAMLNT
WI-IIHZEAS The basketball tram of the St Andrew Hngh School ln the cxty
of Detmxt ln the wmnmg of the Clan B champwnsl-.tp In the State Basketball
tournament, brought honor to their school and established a record by having won
state championship: ln 2 sucoesstve years m 2 classes and tn the past 2 years having
won 49 consecutive victories tn basketball competition and
WHEREAS Coach Raymond CNapb Ross ln the buxldtng up of a champxonshxp
tram instilled the wmmng sptrtt and sportsmanahnp whxeh enabled the team under
tts captain Frank Tananl to overcome competition and
VIHEREAS Team play and sportsmanship are virtues to be commended tn the
youth at our ltate, and Rev Stephen W Trepczynskl pastor of the St Andrew
Parish and Rev Mxtehell Bednarskt athlctxc dtreetor of the St. Andrew Parish are
to be commended lor the itne boys trained and educated nn the parxsh who competed
tn the State Basketball wumament and
WHEREAS The tollowmg members of the St Andrew Hlgh School basketball
team wxll be long remembered not only by the St Andrew Parish but by competmg
teams for thetr tpommanshtp aaa excellent performance
Capt Frank Tanana Edward Ftut Nlck Grabowskx john Hegnosz
Raymond Krawczak Robert Kukla Ronald Nadolskx Leon Skalskl
Rtchard Spxsz Ilm Woyewskl
now therefore he lt
RESOLVED BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVILS fthe Senate con
curnngj That the Mxehxgan Legtslature congratulates St Andrew Hugh School
on the wtrtnlng of the Class B champtenshlp tn the State Basketball tournament
and be xt further
RESOLVED That a copy of this molutmn be transmttted to the St Andrew
Aaoptta by the House March za wsz
Aaoptta by the swat, March 27 1952
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Andrew Z1 - 10 St. Leo
Won by Frank Tanana -S,
Andrew 9 - O St. Alphonsus
Won by Ed. Szpyrka
Andrew 3 - 0 St. Cecelia ..-
Won by Frank Tanana
Andrew 16 - 5 Visitation
Won by Ed. Azpyrka
Andrew 9 - 0 St. Francis
Won by Frank Tanana
Andrew 9 - 3 St. Leo
Won by Frank Tanana
Andrew l - 0 St. Alphonsus in
Won by Ed. Szpyrka
Andrew 13 - 0 St. Cecelia
Won by Frank Tanana
Andrew ll - 3 St. Francis
Won by Eld. Szpyrka
Andrew 9 - 3 Visitation
Won by E.. Hakala
Andrew 3 - Z St. Benedict
Won by Frank Tanana
Andrew ll - 3 St. Ambrose
Won by Ed. Szpyrka
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In recent years the accomplishments on the baseball diamond were much of an activity to
boast. With these lads and a host of highly enthusiastic new prospects the future looked
bright and even hopes of fielding a championship were a reality. The players had in mind
not only one task that of to surpass or at least to equal the records established by teams in
previous years but even aimed higher - for a title of "champs." Finally this dream came
true for the eager lads brought an impressive victory over the opponent, St. Ambrose with a
score of ll to 3. They have shown splendid offensive prowess and flawless ball handling in
drubbing the team in opposition with comparative easiness.
Oftentimes these lads have thrilled many a spectator with their hard fighting and undying
spirit, and hopes are high for this coming season that they will excell in this sport by blazing
their way along the road of athletic glory to new honors.
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'-GET THAT BALL, GET THAT BALL! THAT-s IT, SHOOT! SHOOT!
I A1-15 WE GOT IT, YEAH!"
The team had really worked hard this year,though had been defeated
in all the games but two, nevertheless, it displayed considerable talent
and showed fine team spirit. The intensive drills aimed to instill good
qualities of the teammates -- all with a determination to win. A fine
SEASON S SCORES
St Andrew 4 30 Mr Carmel St Andrew 19 12 St Patrick
St Andrew 6 10 St Casimir St Andrew 36 48 St Hedwig
St Andrew 34 6 Sacred Heart St Andrew 35 36 All Saints
St Andrew 18 Z3 Holy Redeemer
I Belch T Rzucidlo, P Tomala B Zwiernikowski C Sitarek M Zalewski A Wilk Captain
B ROITIEJ A Servinsky Co Capta1n L Zwiernikowski R Hudy M DuHart T Sandecka R Madej
WHAT THE SQUAD BELIEVES BE A GOOD SPORT
It 1S the kind of 1nd1v1dual who does not g1V6 up when he 1S beaten but tries again Only a
good loser 15 a real man It is in failure that the stuff we are made of is discovered If we
sulk and are sore if we decry the w1nner we are small and mean But if we havel learned
the art of bobbing up serenely bearing no mal1ce smiling and not poutmg then we know
ourselves to be as good men as the victor and sometimes better men
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Yet now, days, weeks, and minths but seem
The recollection of a dream. - Scott.
THE LIFE S
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be the foundahon of all educatlon It alone can teach man how to 11ve properly a
an 1nd1v1dual and 1n soc1ety Chr1st1an educat1on as such alone can assure man's
perfectwn and happmess accordmg to the blue prmt of h1s archltect God
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ARLENE WILK St. Barbara yvfb'
Secretary ..... 4751 Orchard, Dea ..... LU 1-1901
Ambitious, brisk, considerate.
President ..... 5209 Cecil . . . . . . VI 6-1776
Competent, manly, reserved.
St . Andrew
DE LP HINE HOROZANIECKI
Treasurer ..... 7305 Indiana, Dea ...... WE 5-5141
Gay, reliable, perservering.
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JOSEPH OPRZADEK St. Andrew
President ..... 5424 Tarnow ........ TY 5-9295
Shrewd, vivacious, sociable.
FRANCES SIVAKO St. Andrew
xl' Treasurer ...... 6642 wagner ....... TY 8-2353
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1,1 Capable, wmsome, rehable.
' THERESA STRENKOWSKI St. Andrew
Secretary . . 7716 E. Morrow Circle, Dea. . . WE 4-1241
Thoughtful, sincere, happy.
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JOHN J. HEJNOSZ St. Andrew
"Curly" .... 4871 Tarnow . . . TY8-3898
Diligent, energetic, sport-minded.
DELPI-IINE P. FALKIEWICZ St. Andrew
"Del" .... 7526 Abington .... TI 6-4794
Studious , loyal, compliant .
BARBARA J. LKECHA St. Francis
"Barbs" .... 4941 Daniels .... TA 6-3562
Keen, smiling, industrious.
EUGENE HAKALA Ss. Peter and Paul
"Lefty" ............. 7369 Grandville
Calm, willing, kind-hearted.
RICHARD R. LIBICH St. Andrew
"Rich" .... 7240 Burnette .... TY 6-6470
Shy, carefree, pleasing.
DELPHINE .T . GAWENDA St. Andrew
"Do11y" ..... 5623 Cecil ..... TY 8-7386
Dutiful, sociable, happy.
HELEN N. OBLAK St. Andrew
"Giggles" .... 5228 Chopin .... VI 3-3154
Jolly, outspoken, fun-loving.
RICHARD A. KUZDAK St. Andrew
"Dick" .... 7252 Burnette .... TY 6-6729
Gay-hearted, agile , music -minded.
BARBARA A. ROMEJ St. Andrew
"Barbs" .... 4001 Junction .... TA 6-3212
Shrewd, amusing, frank.
STANLEYA. GANCZARSKI Ss. Peter and Paul
"Gunner" .... 9236 Minock .... VE 7-2971
Ambitious , keen , loquac ious .
STANLEY E. TOWIANSKI St. Andrew
"Tovi" .... 12331 Kilbourne . . . TI 1-2115
Composed, math-minded, agreeable.
AGNES B. WROBEL St. Andrew
"Aggie" .... 5940 Larkins .... TY 7-3630
Sensible , gentle , sympathetic .
FRANCES L. SMOLA St. Andrew
"Fran" ............ 128 Auburn Drive
Diligent, generous, neat.
CHESTER F4 COREY Ss. Peter and Paul
"Jeff" .... 6540 Grandville .... TI 6-0108
Zealous, friendly, cunning.
ALBERT P. ZELENEK St. Gregory
"Al" ..... 14838 Monica ..... UN 1-8412
Courteous, earnest, ever-ready.
BERNADINE J. WAS St. Andrew
"Bernie" .... 5759 Lonyo .... LU 2-3194
Refined, cheerful, exemplary.
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MARY ANN E. WACH sr. Andrew
"Mair" .... 7341 Burnette .... TY 5-5714 A
Witty , artistic , accurate. VIRGINIA PIKULINSKI Ss. Peter and Paul I '
"Virg" .... 5747 Longacre .... TI 6-5614
Shy, obliging, dependable.
RICHARD M. SPISZ Assumption
"Spurs" .... 6609 Appoline .... TI 6-1791
Carefree, sport-minded, talkative.
JOAN N. OSTROWSKA Ss. Peter and Paul
".Toanie" . . 6535 Auburn Drive . . LU 2-9639
Clever, eager, smiling.
DAVID L. BLACKNO St. Andrew
"Breezy" .... 6025 Cecil ..... TY 6-2002
Entertaining, energetic, responsive.
FRANCES B. NEURENBERG St. Cunegundis
"Fritz" .... 7118 Holmes .... TY 8-6765 in-A...
Keen, conscientious, amicable.
JAMES E. WOJEWSKI St. Andrew
"Jim" ..... 6715 sparta ..... TY 5-9138 Sam if'
Jolly, manly, dramatic. W'
ELo1sE E. MOSKAL sr. Andrew 'if'
"Al" .... 6556 Devereaux .... TY 8-1498
Tactful, brilliant, modest.
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"Snoozie" . . . 5960 Tarnow . . . TY 7-0636
Merry, sincere, handsome.
SUZANNE M. KONOPATZKI Assumption
"Sue" ..... 5666 Wesson .... TY 6-7202
Docile, unselfish, heedful.
FRANCES M. WALLON St. Andrew
"Franks" . . . 5647 Proctor . . . TY 8-6313
Lively, crafty, wide -awake.
EUGENE A. NYKEL St. Andrew
"Gene" ..... 6114 Chopin ..... TY 7-6490
Calm, gentle, accommodating.
LAWRENCE L. SAVOY St. Andrew
"Sach" ..... 8202 Dale ..... IJO 3-4792
Happy-go-lucky, skillful, witty.
MONICA V. KALINOWSKI St. Andrew
"Kitty" .... 5438 Chopin .... TY 6-5582
Thoughtful, willing, pleasant.
RICHARD R. GRABOWSKI St. Christopher
"Grable". . . 7410 Woodmont .... LA 2-5776
Sport-minded, sharp, easy-going.
THERESA M. DOMBROWSKI Ss. Peter and Paul
"Terry" .... 8210 Minock .... LU 1-2496
Lively, light-hearted, genteel.
I-THERESA .T . GALAZKA St. Andrew
'Micky" .... 6821 Burwell .... TY 5-4148
Alert, witty, amicable.
ROBERT F. KUKLA St. Andrew
"Bob". 7900 E. Morrow Circle, Dea. .WE 3-0070
Vigilant, handsome, swift.
LEON C. SKALSKI St. Andrew
"Lee" ..... 6389 Floyd ..... TY 8-1619
Carefree , venturesome , inquisitive .
GERMAINE D. ORCHER St. Andrew
"Gerrie" .... 7538 Sarena .... TY7-6142
Reasonable, courteous, friendly.
MARIANNE S. YOCHIMOWITZ St. Andrew
5407 Chopin ............. TY 4-1595
Tranquil, dependable , zealous.
ROBERT T. HEINZ St. Andrew
"Bob" .... 7144 Parkwood .... VI 2-7984
Courtly, considerate, able.
CHRISTINE A. MALECKI St. Andrew
"Tina" .... 7422 Burnette .... TE 4-0392
Willing, smiling, compliant.
ELIZABETH E. BARDECKI St. Stephen
"Liz" .... 7123 Parkwood .... VI 1-7773
Keen, dependable, gay.
JOSEPH G. KOTLAREK St. Andrew
"Kotek" .... 7757 Holmes .... TY 7-6820
Merry, active, persuasive.
FRANK R. TANANA Assumption
5204 33rd St ........... Sports leader
Resolute, simple, calm.
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A. Maciejewski CLASS OFFICERS
M. Zalewski President
D. Rosol Liczak
B. Fryzel Vice President
R. Stachewicz Madej
P. Tomala Secretary
L. Szelag Zwiernikowski
B. K ra sko
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Vlce Pre s1dert
E Forys W Wachock1 R N1edba1a J Borkowsk1 K Jenkms R Guzzk
G Zakersk1 R Stachura C S1tarek B Zw1ern1kowsk1 S Zlobro M Zalew
Skl I.. Yoch1mow1tz L S18nkOWSk1 J Bolek K Konopatzkl U Zajkowskl
L. Ambromejus V M1cha1ow1cz E P1ku1sk1 B Rogowskm E Kaluzny
D DeVore L Kubmak M Yesh I Pustelmak W P1etraszak J' K1Jek
L Wells R Z1e11nsk1 I Fryzel R Ruskm
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Krasko R S1aCZka R Krawczak J M1cha11k J Pelak E Pytel R Stewart
Zawrotny R Peltrzak J Kobylko .T Cloroch C Zlobro R Okonskl
Zonca M Furgo D Odymala F Donbrowski J' Wenderskl R Nas1e1owsk1
Hejnosz D Czajkowslu P Starzec J Wutk1ew1cz J Bur-c1ck1 B Dz1edz1c
Kalmowskx C Sm1etana T Langa T Trawmskx
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T. Grochulski C. Raniszewski P. Goslawski
I. Sivako E. Romanowski L. Masiak
T. Iskra D. McFee I. Zych
H. Bahorski C. Rydzik
Wolney B. Stanke Not in picture
Leszczewicz M- Wojciechowski E. Nowak
Celmer J'. Bunda R. Chope
Rudzinski D. Lanick D. Barylski
SzrnejterowiczD. Ciure R. Filary
A. Szczotka M. Zembrzycki T. Moleski
R. Rzucidlo J. Czarnik B. Maciejewska
T. Libich L. Michalik T. Laskowska
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I count myself m nothmg else so happy
As 1n a soul remembering my good fr1ends
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TO OUR ADVERTIZERS, SPONSORS, AND PATRONS - who so greatly
helped in financing this book and to all who made it possible to edit this
issue of the "SALTlRE" we,the Seniors of '52,wish to extend our most
sincere "THANK YOU "'
THANK YOU "
Reverend Stephen Trepczynski
Reverend Benedict Rembelski
Reverend Mitchell Bednarski
Rev. Joseph Tompor
Joseph A. Jeka Funeral Home
Dream Flowers Shop
Kafeas Drive Inn
McCaffrey Office Equipment Co
Sly's Appliance Shop
Dr J - E Bartkowiak
Lovett School of Dance
Supreme Wholesale Grocery Inc
Sally s Children Shop Sally Wozniak
Dr Peter J Slazinski
Mary Anna Kiddie Shoppe
Tip Top Inn
Cozy Kitchen E J anis
Jack Tituskm Courier Sports Editor
Alexander s Men s Wear
Linoleum Carpet Mart
Bertha s Beauty Shop
Lerner s Men s Apparel
St Andrew Choral Club
The Children of Mary
The Seventh Grade Room 207
The St Andrew Choir
Z J Earle
Miss Annette Servinsky 53
Miss Christine Malecki 52
Chester Corey and Family
C Konopatzki Sr
Mrs A Dombrowski
Mrs Marie Skalski
Mrs Mary Klecha
John and Joe
Eugene Hakala 52
W B Zelawski
Eugene Nykel 52
David Blackno 52
L11l1an Mucha 51
Adeline Kedzierski 51
Florence Motowski 51
Theresa Moskal 46
Eleanor Kapuscinski 46
Theresa Strenkowski 52
Monica Kalinowski 52
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Mr and Mrs W Partykula
Mr and Mrs J' M1kolaJczyk
Mrs John Golen
Mr N Frank Cylkowskl
Mr E J' Hebda
M1ss Barbara Klecha
M1ss Florence Budny
MISS Veromca Panczak
M1ss Jane Jakubow1cz
M1ss Dorothy Madej
Miss Mary Maleck1
w1tkOWSki Clothes For Men
Tobey s Market
Dr R T ZuIaWSk1
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Gray and Son Hardware
Madlson Men s Wear Max Fr1edman
Ryzak s Market
ST ANDREW HIGH
Withm thy lofty walls
And venerated halls
Our youthful hearts shall e er renew
The1r solemn pledge to rise and do
When duty leads
To Honor s deeds
O St Andrew High' thy name
We do w1th pr1de proclalm
Unt1l the world ztself shall bow
Before the same ideal which now
A flame 1mparts
To all our hearts '
And th1s 1deal shall be
Our gu1de o er 11fe's dark sea
To Truth to L1ght to Joy to Peace
Then St Andrew H1gh may we ne er cease
To cheer thy name
And sing thy fame
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7844 Mlchngan Ave
WALLACE J RISKO
Chapels Arr Condrfloned
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TEL TY 60810
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Reddy Kilowatt, your electric servant,
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Wfhenever you need him -remember,
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TELEVISIONS RADIOS REFFIIGERATORS DRYEFIS
WASHING MACHINES STOVES HOME FREEZERS IRONS
WALTER MISTAK 7335 MCGRAW
WALTER PRUCHNIK I MILE wEsT or LIVERNOI5
STOP N SHOP BAKERY
86 PASTRY SHOP
WEDDINGS A SPECIALTY
Walter and Wanda Grzanka, Props
7138 West Warren Ave TYIer 5 8620
TACSHNIOO 5 4351
JOHN MATETA dz CO
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NIECKARZ FURNITURE 8. HARDWARE
Television Washers Refrigerators
Ty 5 1116 7330 36 McGraw Ave
TOPPS SUPER MARKET
GROCERIES QUALITY MEATS
7300 W Warren
JASON'S PASTRY SHOPS
11318 Whittier 16130 Morross
14245 Harper Open Sundays
JOHN P GOLEN
BAKERITE ENAMELING CO
ENAMELING 81 LACQUERING
IOrdan 46010 Ferndale 20
CONCRETE BLOCK 8. PRODUCTS CO.
5740 Martin Ave.
Congratulations To The
Class Of '52
Dr. JOHN S. PIEROG
Detroit 10, Michigan 15841 W- Warren
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CINDER BLOCK, INC
Dependable gas seruee IS always avaxl
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taurants and many other businesses 10 the
communlty use gas each dav ln thelr
mam operauons Factorxes requlre gas
for many essentlal purposes Umnter
rupted gas service Contrlbutes to the
health comfort and prosperlty of the
Commumty And day ln and day out you
may accept gas servlce as ll matter
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BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATES
SOPHOMORES 304 306
Mau God Blees You
The EIGHTH GRADERS
ROVSEK BUILDING CO
18984 W Warren
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THE SIXTH GRADERS
STYLE RITE PAINT STURE
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3040 Grahoi' Ave
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3600 Central Avenue
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Dr A F GUCTB, D D S 4381 CENTRAL Av:
5623 Mlchlgan Ave
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Sensors of Sf Andrew Hugh School
Moy God bless your future
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God Bless You Sen1ors
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Congratulations To The
Graduates Of 1952
From St, Andrew
Football and Basketball Ushers
Best Wishes To The
Graduates Of '52
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