St Ignatius High School - Ignatius Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 100 of the 1952 volume:
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0 dppuiclectomios -X l.1vuf,1 would sax that th ua
much human sullgimv xxuulrl bf, iumdgcl B L hfu will
L walls ol bi IidllUS High Scliuril rxxglls i mom who in
sje I thlitx mai mg xout Ll hm S wh K Q piepai
tum to mud thy .1 11114 ul 1 I LU Q In ,lic i
these xounff mon vc
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subiectx than muxt uf us um xealifl Flux is ic cuwiioii
U Chaiaptci fOIIUdl1UIl TIL point I 1 o sm oidiship ls
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loledo HL was hglcl in suuh high Lstccrn that hg xx is Ln
trusted with thL teaching of xoung Iesuits at Qdcxgd llmdit
Noxitiatg Milfoxd Ohio As is eau to LlY1ClLlNldUd onlx man
of thy highgst scholastic standing an pi in such 1 position
is kind and mix QS mx tdui iii
su ents in his lung ldILLI ml hi s est m
.uc nu dim dnf Il'lS igimm lui
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ing., 4 dtholic pimuplew mtu tha iimcls Xlc
students both hx xxuid Lind Lxdmplx
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VVhom hr, has suxcd thiough the xgd s H s spiiit will lip
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' llv spa-lil lf 'Q 'll' all C'i'viglitm1 Ilifih Sclirml in
Omaha, Nclbiuskzi. llc also iauglit lll Cinciiiiiziti 2llill'l' his
t-'t" .' ' liat f' ho spy-m fuui' your? at thv Uiiiu-i'sily ul'
Det' ' if " . ei 'f '- l' r' at St. .I ll1ll.S K' mllvgc.
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ln cm-i .' . all lh'iL van hu mal i. that mich u 5 A -,I
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die vill eve-1' live in thc he'1't.' l' th JL- hc- has lvcl in
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Unstrnted cooperatron laetvveen parenta and teacherk
rs the keynote to success rn any educatronal endeavor
Wrthout rt a vvell rounded educatron S but a myth ex
retrng rn the mrnd ol the planner
The deep realrzatron ol tnrs lundarnentwl cdrrratrornl
p rncrple has charactcrrfed the etlorta ot both parents
L teachers here at St lgnatrus over the paat ttree
arters of a century and more ha provrdec we rn
ratrorr lor e r and M
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tron ol school events lrc rn celnet ror rnantenta to oat
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mg these last tour yfara vxe opfn our N252 IGNA US
PREP vvrth a Sectron dcvoted to thcm and therr actrvrtrea
on our behalt We shall trace the development ot a
student through scholarly pursurt and extra currrcurar
actrvrtrea sprrrtual rntelectual an physrcal Theae actr
vrtrea have offered U5 of thc Claw of NWS? many ocra
ns to qrovv not only d r
after and vrrtue
All ol these opportunrtres have been ours precrsely
because of the sacrrtrcea ot our parents and the devo
n ot our ctors ua r an rttrn twat
trrst sectron ot thus record ot our deeds durrng the past
tour years be devoted to tho e vvho have led the vvav
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api' ' ' th , fine work ol tle llatlters' others'
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rrl Strrclerrls tlrrorrrqlr lcvrrrrrtlrvr- yr-rrru rrrr tlrv prrrl rrl prrrwrrt
y .rrtrl le-wirlrer rrlrlw.
X XM rr Irwlirrrcrrry lrr llrr' -I-ll nrrrrrlrrv rrl rrrrr part-rrlu
and the devotrbn ol our lrrstru tori, .lea ' and lay, drrr
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XDA KINISTR XTIQN
F XC ULTY
An mstdnu. of wopemtxon hetuun iuultx .md p aunts ns
tho. preparatlon lor the. If :ther and Son Nl ht exch suxr
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VERY RFVFRPNID lAllRl'Nf'l M BARRY SJ
The educatlon of ch1ldren IS the rxght and the oblxgatlon of parents At
varxous stages 1n the vouths development the parents delegate thls task to
others who have been especlally tramed for the purpose and have set up the
equlpment techmques and methods best calculated to achleve thelr goal
Your hlgh school facultv have fmlshed thelr portlon of th1s work and
take Justxflable prlde ln thelr accompllshment
Your preparahon for l1fe and etermty IS not yet complete We turn you
back to your parents Wlth the hope that your development moral 1ntellectual
and physlcal to whlch we have contrlbuted durlng the last four years meets
wxth then' approval We trust that your parents w11l express thexr satlsfactlon
by thelr efforts to contmue thls same type of educat1on on the hxgher college
level as far as clrcumstances ln an uneasy war threatened world permlt
God speed you and bless your future achlevement and may your fmlshed
work be a credlt to Vour parents your teachers your country and your Church
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Your dxploma lb 1 challenge to vou as vou
enter the future xuth coulageous mtrepldxtx
to meet a xxearw vxorld whlch can only be 19
x1tal1 ed by Chrlstlan Ideals and example This
IS the basls of xoux Catholxc Jesult educatlon
You xxlll nexer be sat1 fled unless wou lead
1n effettxnf., these Iesults
Mav God alwaxs buldt vou ID these en
dtaxors gladuatts ol Z
J ls x H xmond T h nt
Ru Fugene F Wlangold S J
Pear Cnaduates of 2
You go forth from Tgnatlus wlth the stamp
o Chrlst upon vou Remaln true to the ideals
of Chrlstlan conduct xou learned III your days
vuth us In season out of season twenty four
hours a day so m1rror forth Chr1st that you
not onlv Iemaln tloe to Hlm ln Vour own
personal llie but that xou brln., oth IS to the
shelter of Hrs Satred Heart
Fugcno F Mmgold SJ
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Rellglon I Student Counselor
M0d6F3tOI Commumon Gulld
Honol SOCIGIV Council
REV I' I IFHFB SJ
RFV J B FSMAKER SJ
Phvslcs Rellglon l
RPI VV P IIAIIDORN S
REV P D KELLFR SJ REV R J KNOEPFLE SJ REV W C LAUER SJ
English II III Latin III IV Asst MOd9T8IOI Enghsh I II MISSION Pro
Semor Sodalxtv curator
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REV E A MOOSBRUKKPR RFK L T MFYPR SJ LEW D P ODONOHUE SJ
SJ Woxld Hnstory I Enghsh helxmon III FnglmhlIIM1ss1onProcurator
I Oral Englnsh II III Coach
REV R A ROSENFELDER RPV W J SHANLFY SJ
SJ RCIIQIOH I IV Student Enghsh III IV R8I1glOH IV
Counselor Duector Semor Re M0d6I'alOI' Alumlil AGSI1
REV C P SUI LIVAN QJ REV R G WELTIN S.J
Relxgxon I II
Moderator Mothers Club Trea
surer. Bunldmg Supermtendent
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Rellglonl Iatml EIILIISIII Rellglgnl III IV Mgdelator
Fathers L lub
RFV J B WOODQ SJ REV I' I ZIMECKI SJ
Ellgllsh IV lVlode1ato1 SGIHOI Latm II W1 ld IIiSt0ry I U1 al
Sodallty hnghah HL
VIR T J BAIN SJ
Hlstory I II Oral Ellbllbll II
Moderator Semor Debaters,
MR R F BECKMAN SJ
Latm IV HISIOTB II Honol Oral Engllsh II III Algebra
SOCIGIX Councll Moderator III Plane Geometrv II Asst
Student Counc1l Moderator Athletlc Moderator
Harlequm Busmess Staff
MR F F BERGEWISCH SJ
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Moderator Iota Subsarzpl Pub Ietlc Moderator Library Dlreotor Harlequms
MR J V HOPKINS SJ N W I' KING Q
Ewghsh II III Moderatol Englxsh II Latm I Ass t Mod
lgnatmrz erator Jumor Sodalxtv
MR J. W. MACURAK, SJ. NIR D J McCARTHY, SJ
World H1story I, Moderator Algebra I Latm II, Dxrector
Camera Club Moderator Poster Vxsual Eclucatlon
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MR J A MOHLER SJ MR P T MOONEY SJ
Economics Algebra I Latml Enghsh I Moderator
Moderator J umor Sodahty Band
NIR R E MURRAY QJ NIR H J RATERMAN SJ
Phvslcs IV Moderator JUHIOI Team
MR T W WALTERS SJ MR E J BUTLER 'NIR P J CASFIIA
Lat1n I Enghsh I Rehgron HISIOTQ I II SOC1OI0gy Coach Modern HISIOTV Span1sh IV
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Speech Coach Semor J un1or Basket
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ketball Bantams Flies Coach
MR R J ODONNELL MR R J MAILLIARD
HlSt0fy I II Health Educa Head Coach Varsity Reserve
tion I Football Coach Track
MR. E. A. SCHMIDT
Algebra I, II
Phyfsical Iflducation I, IIg Di- Frehch. III, IVg Spanish III. PIQIIE Cfeornetryg Solid Geome-
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BOARD MFMISFRQ OF THF MOTHFRQ CLUB
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In ltSVClVgLI1C!'0llS md vervcontmuous ef
forts to ald the ciool tlus years Mothers
Club xx ould stand ln favorable comparlson wlth
anv of 1ts prec dessors throughout the tvx enty
one years SIULQ the foundlng of the o11g1nal
gIOUp The cooperatlxe elfol ts of the mothers
haxe this year been channeled lnto mam
busy and profltable endeavors under the
guldance of Father Roman G Welt1n SJ and
you max be sure lt IS but an echo of the gratl
tude of the student body when We of the
lf NAIII S llxl'l staff salute Mrs Elmer
Hower the club pres1dent and her off1cers
for thelr perseverlng work of orgamzatlon
One 1nd1cat1on of the v1ta11ty of a group
such as thlS most certalnly IS the cooperatlon
of 1tS members 1n every act1v1ty the group un
dertakes The mothers one and all merlt the
esteem of faculty and students allke on th1s
count More IH partlcular the Pantrx Shower
and Cl1I'l9lTTl89 Partv under the chalrman'-,h1p
of MIS LOUIS Masella was a New pleasxng
Then too the Annual L and Party held at the
Morr1son Hotel vsas met bv all concerned wxth
great enthuslasm Thls major exent of the
vear vsas capablx handled by Mrs Peter
Granata The many contrlbutlons of xaluable
pr1zes made bv all the mothers contr1buted 111
large measure to the success of the event
Mrs George Qulgley vxas 111 charge of the
Annual Dav of Recollectlon and deserves a
good deal of credlt for th1s task whlch lnvolves
many not so evldent detalls Mrs Edward
OConnor arranged the Sprmg Luncheon and
Receptlon fo1 the mothers of the graduates of
1959 held th1s year 1n the M3Xf3lf Room of
the Blackstone Hotel
Among the other act1x1t1es of the xear were
the annual rummage sale and the three sea
sonal card partles All these were held to
gether wlth the Sp9Clal party for the Father
Bernard Foote Memorxal Scho1arsh1p Fund
Speclal mentlon should be gn en to the Pro
gram Chaxrman Mrs Herman Yates and the
Soc1al Cha1rman Mrs Peter Wuertz and her
The fmal 8Ct1V1lX of the xear xx as the An
nual Graduatlon Breakfast undel Mls Rosarlo
Dxagos competent d11CL1l0l1
All ul all the Mothels C lub has enloxed the
benefits of a PIOSPPYOUS spnltual and tempo1al
xear It lb onlx through the complete coope1a
t1on of mam mothers whose names we have
not been able to ment1on that th1s great vxork
contlnues to be an outstandmg endeavor from
vear to xear For th1s reason we the students
ale extremelv grateful
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In October 1932 a small gloup of fathus
of St Ignatlus students met to conslder the
proposal that a Fathers Club be formed
was suggested that a Club of thus klnd could
be of ass1stance to the Jesult Fathers m mam
nays The ldea was enthuslastlcally accepted
and the club was formed Durmg the ensumg
vears through the efforts ol the members of
the club 1n cooperatxon wlth the faculty o
the school many thmgs mutuallv benetlclal
Durmg the early years th Fathers Club
met ln xarlous sectlons of the cxty Prom thls
pollcy we have the present dav roster of of
uc rs Presxdent James A Mahoney Vlce
Presldents Milton Steffen Elmore Sammons
west Earl McLaughl1n southeast Mark lVIc
Donough south Damel harper suburban and
John Zeman central The Treasurer IS James
McGu1re the Secretarxes are J M Hooxer
flnanclal Louls Graham correspondlng Jerry
Among the varxous enterprlses conducted bv
th1s group two stand out 1n bold rellef ln the
mmds of the students These two are t1ad1
txonally mamtamed on a father son bas1s and
hence are symbolxc IH a sense as well as suc
cessful The flrst of these IS the annual Fall
Fest1val and Homecommg The second I9 the
vearlv Father and Son Nxght
The Fall Pestxval along NVltl'l thc Annual
tard Party of the Mothers Club accounts fox
much of the modern equlpment throughout
the school IU rec nt vears These act1v1t1es
also contrlbute largely to the ab1l1ty of the
school to asslst deservmg bovs who mlght
Otl1SI'YVlSB be deprlved of a Cathollc secondarv
educatlon to attend St lgnatlus New stu
dents are amazed at the magmflcent outlay
of Drlzes at the Fall Festlval but that IS onlx
because they are as yet unacqualnted wlth the
ohdly establlshed and long standlng coopera
txon that exlsts among the members of the
Thls year the Father and Son Nlght fxlled
Damen Hall to capacltv desplte weather that
was very lnclement The great attent1on to
detall and the courteous recept1on glven to
every 1nd1v1dual that mght could not but 1n
sp1re the coldest personahtles to sxlent wonder
Yet It would not have been posslble w1thout
long hours of planmng on the part of many
fathers and complete and selfless sacrlflce
on the part of manv more To them we thelr
sons may well look w1th admlratlon
W1thout a doubt the members of the Fa
thers Club flnd much of their msplratlon for
th1s work IH the Annnal Day of Recollectlon
A large group of fathers always attend thus
prmclpal functlon of the orgamzatlon
FATHER? CI UB OFPICFRS
Nrnrlzng, Nlf 1 It c ulrf- r rnourm r Jl clan ,I lrl l'llll0
bammon Prank Non Dr! ka rfllll Tobin Xnthonx 'vtnrr
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Crcero phrased rt some twenty c nturres ago
Speakrng rn defense of hrs lrfe long teacher and frrend
Archras he thanked hrm for the long and careful trarn
rng he had recerved at the hands of thrs great educator
Now grown to the full maturrty ot hrs natural powers
Crcero realrzed that thrs trarnrng had been conducted
accordrng to a carefully worked out plan Energy good
wrll and work were not enough There were also the
vrtal elem nts of gurdance accordrng to defrnrte norms
correctron of mrstakes reprehensron and encouragement
Crcero took rt for granted that rt rs the man who mu.,
b educated and not merely hrs alarlrty to be profrcrewt
rn some subrect or other Educatron must perm ate every
department of lrfe rntellectual and physrcal
Wrth the advent of Chrrstranrty came the baptrsm
of the educatronal process Educatron was elevated but
not drstorted lts efforts assumed a supernatural rm
portance but they drd not lose therr natural qualrtres and
You and l can attarn our supernatural as well as
our natural destrny by poundrng the books or luggrng
a prgskrn deep rnto the heart of enemy terrrtory
That rs as a matter of fact what we have been tryrng
to do for the past four years
Very early rn our hrgh school careers we found
ourselves bombarded by such trdbrts as a
a and 2x plus l973 We learned the art
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IN A K EIN XORIAM
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The Class of 1952
LEWICKI NOSAI DWYER DALEY
Presldent X li e Pl'6Sld9lll Secretars Treasurer
ROMAN B LEWICKI JOHN J DWYER
937 N Hoyne 7940 S Ada
St Stephen of Hungary St Sab1na
Honors 1 2 3 4 Sodahty 1 Honors 1 2 3 4 Sodal1ty 4
2 3 4 Student Counc111 2 3 Student Counc1l 2 3 4 Class
Off1cer 4 Class Offxcer 2 3 Of lcer 2 3 Football 1 4
Debatmg 1 2 3 4 Harlequ1ns Basketball 1 2 Honor SOC1Cty
1 2 3 4 Orator1calF1nal1st4
Track 2 Honor Soclety 3 4
PREP 3 Edltor 4
FRFD D NOSAL JOHN F DALEY
2015 S Marshall Blvd 8118 May
St Roman St Sabma
Honors 3 Student Councll 2 Honors 2 3 Sodalxty Z 3 4
3 Off1cer 4 Class Offxcer 2 Student Counc1l3 4 Class Of
3 4 Footballl 2 3 Captaln 4 flcer 3 4 l,f,natmn4 Harlequms
Trackl 2 4 Football 1 Basketballl 2
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ANDERSON D. A. ANDREWS R. P. ANDREWS BAILEY BALDWIN
BEARDSLEY BELMONTE BERG BIESTEK BILIK
JOHN C. AMBROSE ROBERT P. ANDREWS
11414 S. Artesian 1314 W. 173 St.. E. Hazel Crest
bt Cajetan St. Ann
Honors 1, 23 Football lg Basket- Choir 1, 3, 4: Harlequins 2, 4:
ba 1 Camera Club 1: Football 1, 2:
RICHARD W. ANDERSON
8016 S. Vernon
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4: Sodality 1,
2, 3, 4: PREP 3, 4: lgllllllillll
2,3,4: Harlequins Business Staff
3, 4: Camera Club 1: Honor
Society 3. 4.
DAVID A. ANDREWS
5352 W. Ferdinand
Help of Christians
Class Officer 1.
JOHN K. BASTIAN
1234 W. 104 t
JOHN M. BERG
JAMES M. BAILEY
4921 W. Monroe
Choir 1: Communion Mass Guild
1: Student Council 4: Class
Officer 1, 2, 4: Football 1, 2,
3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4.
LOUIS W. BALDWIN
3400 S. Union
S 1346 Campbell Ave.
Honors 1. 2. 3. 4: Sodality 1.
2, 3: Student Council Member
4: Debating Club 1. 2, 3, 4:
PREP 3: lgnatwn 2. 3, 4: Harle-
St Margaret of Scotland St A - . .
. , , gnes quins 4, Camera Club 1, 2,
?O,rIf0rsk1'2?'g' 41C Chg? gfflcer Honors 3: Sodality 1, 2, 3. 4: Track 2: Cross-Country 21 T611-
rac ' 005 er u ' Harlequins 4: Basketball 2: nis 32 Swimming 4: Honor
GEORGE F. BEARDSLEY Tennis 2, 3, 4. Society 3, 4.
7556 Essex Ave.
St' Philip Nm 3i?1l:NSP-ABufi1T!i3lIvd Cicero
C ' M G 'ld 2, 3. ' Us 1 "
ommumon ass ul Our Lady of Charity
LEONARD S. BELMONTE
Honors 3, 4: Sodality 2, 3, 4:
Class officer 1: Debating Club
1, 2: Football 4: Basketball 11
Track 1, 2, 3. 4: Cross-Country
1. 2. 3.
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4: Harlequins
4: Football 1.
ALFRED J. BILIK
3550 S. Wesley Ave., Berwyn
Assumption of the Blessed Vir-
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4: Sodality 1,
2, 3. 4: Student Council 1:
Class Officer 1, 2, 4: Football
2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3.
BRICHETTO W. B. BROOKS J. L. BROOKS BROWN BRUCKERT BURMAN
VICTOR M. BISTAK
DONALD J. BONK
3007 S. Christiana Ave. 4513 S. Sacramento Ave.
Blessed Agnes Five Holy Martyrs
Honors 1, 3, Acolyte 3. Honors 1, 2.
JOHN C. BLACKBURN
3710 W. Lexington
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1,
2, Acolyte 2, 3, Choir 1, 2,
Ignatzkm 1, 2.
ROBERT G. BOBOWSKI
LEO J. BRADY
5540 W. Division St.
Class Officer 1, Football 1, 2,
3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track
1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1.
1308 N. Bell JAMES J. BRENNAN
St. Helen 7823 S. May St.
Honors 3, 4, Debating 2, 3, 4, St, Sabina
Harlequins 2, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, A
DAVID A. BRICHETTO
Honors 4, Booster Club 3.
WILLIAM B. BROOKS
11312 S. Bishop
Holy Name of Mary
Honors 2, Class officer 1, 2, 3,
4, Track 2, 4, Debating 1.
JAMES H. BROOKS
11312 S. Bishop
Holy Name of Mary
Honors 1, 2, Student Council 4,
Camera Club 3, 4, Track 1, 2,
3, 4, Cross-Country 3, 4.
JAMES L. BROWN
9322 S. Bell
Christ the King
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 2,
3, 4, lgnatian 3, 4: Harlequins
EUGENE J. BRUCKERT
4833 Seeley, Downers Grove
Honors 1, 2, 4, Sodality 4,
Camera Club 3, 4, Track 3, 4.
JOHN T. BURMAN
1446 S. Austin, Cicero
St, Francis of Rome
Honors 1, 2, 4, Debating Club
2, 3, 4, Football 2, Track 2.
BYRNE CALKINS CALLAGHAN CAPPET CARAN I
CARLINO CARNEY CARROLL CHAPPEL
MARK P. BURNS GEORGE R. CALLAGHAN
6134 Troy 9515 S. Leavitt
St. Rita Christ The King
Honors 1, 2, 3, 43 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2.
Ignalhzn 1, 2, 3, 41 Harlequins
4, Basketball 23 Track 2, Honor
Society 3, 4.
CARMEN J. CAPPETTA
JOHN F. BYRNE 1110 S. Austin Blvd., Oak Park
945 W. Marquette Rd. St. Francis of Rome
St. Brendan Honors 3, Football 1, 23 Basket-
Honors 1, 2, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4: ball 2g Tennis 3.
Choir 3, 4, lgnalian 1, 2, 3, 42
Poster Club 1,2.
PATRICK R. CALKINS DONALD J, CARANI
5254 W. MadiSOI1 528 N. Hamlin Ave.
St. Thomas Aql1ir1aS Our Lady of the Angels
Class Officer 13 Student Coun- Hgnorg 2, 3, 43 Debating Club
cil 13 Football 2, 43 Basket- 25 Track 1,
JOSEPH R. CARDELLO RICHARD P. CARROLL
1119 N. Harding Ave. 5082 W. Jackson
Our Lady of Angels Resurrection
Honors 3, 4: Class Officer 1:
LAWRENCE J. CARLINO THOMAS J. CASALETTO
2113 N. Mozart 1520 W. Superior
St. Sylvester St. Boniface
Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 1, 2, Honors 1, 2, 33 Class Officer
3, 4: Communion Mass Guild 2, Debating 1, 4, Poster Club
3, 4: PREP 3, 4: lgnafian 3, 4: 2: Track 2.
Band 2, 3, 41 Harlequins 2, 4.
THEODORE J. CARNEY JAMES E. CHAPPELL
1603 S. Allport 1222 S. 58th St., Cicero
St. Procopius St, Francis of Rome
Honors 2: Harlequins 4: Ten- Class Officer 1: Football 1.
nis 1. 2, 3. 4.
CORLISS COSTELLO COYNE T. G. CRANE J. A. CRANE CRIBBEN
WILLIAM D- CHMELA RAYMOND J. coLl.lNs
3129 S. Millard 8118 5, Wolcott
Blessed Agnes Lime Flower
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4: Sodality 21 Honors 1, 2. 31 Sodality 3, 41
Student Council 4, Class Of- Acolyte 1, 2, 3, 4.
ficer 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
PAUL A. CLARKE
4706 W. Monroe
JOSEPH W. CLINE
8030 S. Honore
Honors 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Officer
43 Football 1: Basketball 2.
JAMES L. CONWAY
12005 Longwood, Blue Island
Honors 1, 2, Class Officer 1.
PAUL M. COOK
4807 W. Adams
Honors 1, 2: Sodality 1, 2, 3, 41
Choir 2, 3, 4, Communion Mass
Guild 1: PREP 2, 3: lgnalian.
2. 3. 4.
WILLIAM P. CORLISS THOMAS G, CRANE
943 N. Massasoit 3147 Wolgott
Sf- A118913 Little Flower
Choir 11 Communion Mess Student Council 1: Debating
Guild 19 Basketball 1, 2- Club 2g Track 2: Football 1,
JAMES J. COSTELLO
519 W. 44th Pl.
Honors 3, 4, Acolyte 1, 2, 3, 43
Football 13 Track 1.
MARTIN P. COYNE
9200 S. Oakley
Christ the King
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1,
2, 3, 45 lgmztian 43 Harlequins
1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3,
Honor Society 3, 4.
Basketball 1, 2.
JOHN A. CRANE
9029 S. Western
Christ the King
Football 1, Track 2, 3.
ROBERT E. CRIBBEN
1214 N. Central Ave.
Choir 1: Football 1.
E SALVO DE MAERTELAERE DEVANE DEVLIN DIAZ DILLON
ANTHONY F. CRISTIANO
823 N. Trumbull
Our Lady of Angels
Acolyte 1: Choir 1, 2.
DANIEL J. CRONIN
9908 S. Hoyne
Sodality 1, 2, Acolyte 1, 2, 3:
Choir 1, 2, 33 Debating Club
1, 23 Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 43
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM J. CROSSON
Honors 1, 2: Choir l: Football
1, 2: Track 2.
DONALD M. DE SALVO
1519 W. Flournoy
Honors 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2:
BRUNO I. DE MAERTELAERE
1114 W. Roosevelt
Honors 1, 2, 3, 43 Sodality 1
2, 3, 4, Choir 4g Acolyte 1, 2
Debating Club 3, 4, PREP 3, 4
lgnalzkzn 3, 4: Poster Club 1, 2
Camera Club 3, Track 3.
JEROME M. DEVANE
7650 Prairie Ave.
Honors 1, 2, 3, 45 Aco
Debating Club 1.
MARK A. CROWE
1131 E. 45th
Honors 1, 2, 3, 43 Sodality 1, 2,
3, 4, Class Officer 41 Debating
Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Finalist Elocu-
tion Contest 3: Honor Society
EDWARD L. DAUGHERTY
5720 S. Hoyne
Sodality 41 Choir 1: Ignarian
4: Football 1, 2, 3.
ANTHONY L. D'AVOLIO
1340 N. Austin. Oak Park
Choir 1, 2, 33 Harlequins 4:
Football 1, 2. 3: Basketball
1, 2. 3, 4.
MICHAEL J. DEVLIN
3814 W. Thomas
Our Lady of the Angels
Student Council 4: Class Of-
ficer 4: Harlequins 2.
MANUEL J. DIAZ
1029 S. Carpenter
JOSEPH G. DILLON
Our Lady of Peace
Sodality 1, 2, 3: Communion
lyte 13 Mass Guild 3, 43 Harlequins
2, 3, 4: Camera Club 1.
URAGO DURKIN DZIEKANOWSKI EDGEWORTH ENGEL ENRIGHT
ANDREW E. DIVVIK WILLIAM J, DORAN
2962 Arch St. 8625 Dorchester
Sl- Bfidget St. Felicitas
Honors 1, 2, 3: Acolyte 1: Choir Honors lg Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4.
1, 2: Communion Mass Guild
JAMES J. DOLAN EMIL J. DORCAK
3005 S. Paulina 1341 W. 19th Street
Little FIOWBI' St, Prgcgpius
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4- Sodality 25 Choir 3, 43 Class
Officer 23 Football 1.
THOMAS C. DONOVAN
8955 S. Hoyne
Christ the King
RUSSELL C. DRAGO
3315 W. 65th Pl.
Honors 1, 2, 3, 43 Sodality 3, 4:
Debating 3, 43 Harlequins 4:
Basketball Manager 23 Track
WILLIAM J. DURKIN
1815 S. Mayfield
1926 S. Albany
Choir 2: Football 1: Track 2.
THOMAS F. DOYLE
3828 N. Paris Ave.
St. Francis Borgia
THOMAS P. EDGEWORTH
1919 S. Lombard, Cicero
Our Lady of Holy Mount
Honors 1, 23 Sodality 2, 3, 4.
CHARLES R. ENGEL
1244 N. Massasoit
1, 2, 3.
D. WALLACE ENRIGHT
9211 S. Bishop
St. Margaret of Scotland
Honors 1. 2, 3, 4: Sodality
2, 3, 43 Honor Society 3,
Class Officer 4: Basketball 4.
ORTIN FRATINARDO FRITZ GAFFNEY GALLAGHER GILHOOLY
WILLIAM E. FENTON FRANCIS J. FLAHERTY
8243 S. Honore 5858 Sheridan Rd.
Little Flower St. Ita
Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43 Communion Football 2, Harlequins 4.
1gI:,fferSuS?,b4'1 gebgftmg 1' 2' WILLIAM T. FLAHERTY
' ' 8233 S. Marshfield
Zg!II,?L5s?NFAr':i1iE:tEg'lER Honors 1, 23 Class Officer 1.
Presentation ROBERT L. FOLEY
Honors 1, 2, 3, 43 Sodality 1: 7252 S. Maplewood Ave.
PREP 2, 3, 41 lgmuiun 2, 31 St. Adrian
Harlequins 4: Football 1, 2, Honors 33 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4,
3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Officer
1, 43 Debating Club 1, 2, 41
ROBERT J. FITZGERALD PREP 3, 44 lgnalian 1. 2, 3:
7935 S, Ada Football 13 Basketball 13 Ten-
St. Sabina his 4-
JOHN F. FORTIN JOHN J. GAFFNEY
408 N. Lawler 4917 W. Gladys Ave.
Our Lady Help of Christians Resurrection
Honors 1, 23 Sodality 2, 3, 4. Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 43 Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 41
Basketball 3, 4.
SAM J. FRATINARDO DONALD R. GALLAGHER
725 S. Leavitt 10030 S. Winchester
St. Callistus St. Barnabas
Honors 1, 2, 3. Communion Mass Guild 3, 42
Class Officer 1. 2, 3. 4: Track
ARTHUR J. FRITZ
7735 S. Wood MICHAEL J. GILHOOLY
Little Flower 3729 S. Rockwell
Honors 3: Track 2: Cross-Coun- St. Agnes
try 2. Honors 2: Football 1.
GSCHWEND GYLYS HABERKORN HAGERTY HAMOT HARE
GEORGE M. GOLDEN
1320 N. Mayfield
Class Officer 4: Football 3.
WILLIAM F. GOODMAN
7625 Washington, River Forest
Track 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT W. GORSKI
4638 S. Sacramento
Five Holy Martyrs
Honors l, 2.
JAMES P. GSCHWEND
16875 Wood St.. Hazel Crest
Sodality 1. 3: Officer 2, 4:
Choir 1, 23 Harlequins 2, 3, 43
Debating 1, 2, lgnalian 3. 45
Elocution Finalist 2.
J ULIUS A. GYLYS
RONALD J. GOSCINSKI
1532 N. Montecello
Maternity B. V. M.
Class Officer 2: Booster 3. 4.
JOHN A. GRANO
722 S. Carpenter
ROBERT E. GRANT
Our Lady of Peace
Honors 3: Harlequins 2, 3
WILLIAM J. HAGERTY
4901 W. Iowa
Our Lady Help of Christians
Honors 1, 2, 3. 4: Sodality 1, 23
Harlequins 4: Basketball 1, 2:
Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross-Country
NORBERT B. HAMOT
1836 S. 49 Ct., Cicero 4459 S. Troy
St. Anthony Five Holy Martyrs
Honors 1, 23 Choir 33 Class Of- Honors 1, 2, 3, 4.
ficer 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 4:
Track 1, 2, 3, 41 Tennis 1, 2, 33
Swimming 3, 4.
JAMES J. HABERKORN JEREMIAH J. HARE
9419 S. Throop 9042 Aberdeen
St. Margaret of Scotland St, Kilian
Choir 11 Harlequins 3: Track 1. Class Officer 2, 4g Student
Council 4: Basketball 1.
IUGHES HUNT JONES JUDGE KANN KAVANAGH
DONALD F. HARTIGAN
8208 S. Ada
Honors 3, 4: Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4:
Debating 1, 2. 3, 4: Harlequins
JEROME V. HERIDES
1720 S. Ashland
Honors 1: Debating 1, 2: Cam-
era Club 1. 2: Football 1.
ARTHUR B. HOLECEK
Football 3: Track 3.
JEROME T. HUGHES
5344 W. Madison
St. Thomas Aquinas
Class Officer 1, 2: Football
1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3: Basket-
ball 1, 2.
WILLIAM J. HUNT
4845 Van Buren
Honors 3: Football 1, 2.
FREDERICK M. JONES
727 S. Wenonah, Oak Park
Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 2, 3.
4: Harlequins 2.
JOHN J. HOUGH
6229 S. Mayfield
Football 1, 2, 3.
JAMES J. HOWER
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 1:
Student Council 3, 4: Class Of-
ficer 2. 3, 4: Football 1. 2, 3.4:
Basketball 1. 2: Honor So-
RICHARD J. HUBENY
9816 S. Morgan
St. Margaret of Scotland
RICHARD J. JUDGE
7806 Euclid Ave.
Our Lady of Peace
Honors 1. 2. 3, 4: lgnazian 4:
Harlequins 43 Basketball 2:
WILLIAM O. KANN
5530 S. Aberdeen
Basketball 1, 2. 4: Track 2.
RICHARD E. KAVANAGH
1028 N. Massasoit
KLINGELSCHMITT KNOWLES KUSMAN
MICHAEL P KAYE
250' W 55th St
St Clare of Montefalco
H nors 1 2 3 4 Soda 5
3 4 Acolyte 1 C
1 2 3 4 Debating 1 Harle
q ms 2 3 4 Tennis 1 2 3 4
LAIDLEY LAROCCO LAWLER
DAVID S KERWIN
5405 S Carpenter
Honors 1 2 3 4 Sodality 1 2
3 4 Communion Mass Guild
3 4 Debating 1 2 Harlequins
3 Tennis 2 3 Swimming 3 4
Honor SOC161V 3 4
7138 S Ridgeway Ave
Honors 1 2 3 Sodality 2 Stu
dent Council 1 2 3 4 Officer
4 Class Offlcei 1 2 3 4 Foot
b 1. 2. 3. 4: Basketball 21
'ack 1. 2 .
THOMAS M. KPILY
2131 NV. Coulter
o yte 1. 2. 3: 'r . . '
4: Camera Club 1 2 3. 4: Foot-
ball 2. 3: Swimming 3 4.
II. P. KI INKPLSCHMITT
302 W. 24th
St. Mary Incornata
H nors 1. 2 3 4.
RICHARD A KNOWLFS
1405 N. Menard
Honors 1. 2. 3. 4: Sodality 3. 4'
Class Officer 3: Debating 3:
lglldlfllll 3: Camera Club 2:
GEORGE D. KUSMAN
2701 S. Tripp
9322 S Oakley
Christ the King
Honors 1 2 3 4 Sodality 1
3 Officer 2 4 Class Officer
1 2 3 4 Student Council 4
I 'nuluzn 4: Harlequins 4' Bas-
ketball . .
AI I AN In KIRK
nors 1. 2. 3. 41 Sodality
2. 3 4: Acolyte 4' Stu ent
Council 1: Class Officer 1:
PREP 4: Debating 1 2 3. 4:
Honor Society 3 4.
RUSSELI J. LAIDII'Y
Honors 3' Swimming 3 4.
JOSEPH C. LAROCCO
1323 W. Erie
Santa Maria Addolorata
Choir 1 2: Student Council 2:
Class Officer 1 2. 4: Football
.1 2. 3 4: Basketball 3 4.
WILLIAM M. LAVVLER
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KAYE E LN! f,r'KEGALY KELLY KERWIN KILGALLEN KIRK
Cl . . . 1 litj , , . 3 ' . ,
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Ti ', 3, 4 1 2, 4
lA.Cl ' . Choi 1 2 3, Ho .
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CZAK LUEDTKE MACK MACKOWIAK MAJ EWSKI MALON EY
THOMAS E. LEAHY
7416 S. Crandon
St. Philip Neri
ors 1. 21 Camera Club 2.
JOSEPH F. LEWIS
7126 Paxton Ave.
St. Philip Neri
Honors 1, 2. 3. 4: Sodality 2, 4:
Acolyte 1: Camera Club 2, 4:
Honor Society 3, 4.
GERALD D. LOCKIE
4324 W. Jackson Blvd.
Communion Mass Guild
ARD S. LUCZAK
. 3, 4: Class Cf-
JOHN P. LUEDTKE
Park Drive, Flossmoor
Sodality 1, 2: Acolyte 1, 2:
Choir 1, 2, 3: lgnanhn 1: Har-
lequins 1. 2. 3: Camera Club
1. 2. 3: Track 1, 2.
LEROY M. MACK
4629 S. Damen
FRANK L. LOESCHE
Class Officer 2: Swimming 3.
GEORGE F. LOWE
3214 21st St.
Honors 2: Football 1.
RUNALD M. LUCAS
3219 S. Green
VICTOR J. MACKOWIAK
3814 S, Washtenaw
Honors 1. 2, 3: Sodality 1. 2. 3:
Camera Club 2, 3. 4: Football
1: Tennis 1. 2, 3, 4: Honor So-
ROGER P. MAJEWSKI
2611 W. Haddon
Poster Club 1. 2: Track 1, 2.
LAWRENCE P. MALONEY
1242 W. 64th
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 1, 2: St. Brendan
Poster Club 1.
Choir 1: Football 4.
DENNIS F. MANNIX
MAYER MC CARTHY MC DONNELL MC DONALD J. B. MC GUIRE J. J. MC GUIRE
JOSEPH E. MANGANO
CHARLES F. MARINO
5248 W, George
Honors 1. 2, 3: Sodality 2: De-
bating 1, 2, 3. 4: Harlequins
4: Elocution Finalist 1. 2, 3, 4:
JOSEPH J. MARR
GEORGE J. MARCOUX
10523 S. Campbell
St. John Fisher
2845 N. Parkside
Honors 2: Choir 1.2.31 lgnnzirm
1: Poster Club 1.
JAMES F. MARZANO
Christ the King
Honors 3: Track 2. 3. 4.
Acolyte 1: Football 1.
LEO F. MAYER
8109 S. Ashland
Honors 1, 2, 3. 4: Sodality 1. 2.
3, 4: Harlequins 2, 3. 4: Foot-
ball 1: Honor Society 3, 4.
FRANCIS J. McCARTl-IY
9400 S. Pleasant
Christ the King
Honors 3: Class Officer 2. 3.
PATRICK B. McDONNELL
Honors 2, 33 Harlequins 4: Foot-
ball 4: Basketball 3, 4.
JAMES T. MCDONALD
Honors 1: Communion Mass
Guild 4: Class Officer 2. 4:
Football 1, 2, 3. 4: Track 1. 2.
JAMES B. MCGUIRE
Honors 1: Football 4: Track 2.
6811' S. May ' 2
' Honors 3. 4: Football 1:
3: Swimming' 2.
W. MC GUIRE G. J. MC INERNEY P. D. MC INERNEY MC LAUGHLIN MC NALLY D. J. MC N AMARA
J. MC NAMARA MELE MELVIN
JOHN W. McGUIRE
7928 S. Hermitage
Honors 1: Sodality 4: Class
Officer 1: lgnalinn 4: Harle-
quins 4: Football 1. 2: Basket-
GERALD J. MCINERNEY
7332 S. Union
2, 3: Track 2, 3, 4.
PATRICK D. MCINERNEY
7332 S. Union
Basketball 3. 4: Track 3, 4:
JOHN J. MCNAMARA
8035 S. Wolcott
Football 3, 4: Manager 1.
STEPHEN A, MELE
1437 N, Lorel
St. Peter Canisius
WILLIAM A. MELVIN
2844 N. Clybourn
Honors 1, 2, 3: Sodality 3, 4:
Student Council 2, 35 Class Of-
ficer 2. 3: Football 1: Track
1. 2. 3, 4: Swimming 1.
MILLER MINES MORETTI
ROBERT B. MCLAUGHLIN
Our Lady of Peace
Honors 2: Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43
Debating Club 13 PREP 4: Cam-
era Club 1: Track 2, 3, 4: Cross-
Country 1, 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM F. McNALLY
Honors 1, 2, 3, 43 PREP 1.
DONALD J. McNAMARA
1455 N. Mason
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4: Debating
1, 2, 43 Elocution Finalist 4.
JAMES A. MILLER
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4: Sodality 1. 2.
3. 4: Harlequins 4: Communion
Mass Guild 3: Debating 1. 2.
3. 4: lgnankm 3. 4: Honor So-
ciety 3, 4.
ROBERT J. MINES
8820 S. Racine
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4: Communion
Mass Guild 1, 2, 3. 4.
EUGENE R. MORETTI
1327 S. Central, Cicero
St. Francis of Rome
NAUGHTON NEFF NIETZEL NOOSE NORRIS NOWICKI
EDWARD A. MORIN
Honors 1, 2, 3. 4: Choir 3, 4:
Debating 1, 2, 3, 4: PREP 4:
Igruzzian. 3, 4: Camera Club 1.
2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Cross-
Country 3, 4: Honor Society
JOHN W. MORONEY
1720 W. 100th St.
Camera Club 3: Track 2.
GEORGE T. MUELLER
Honors 2: Football 1.
THOMAS J. NAUGHTON
3524 W. Congress
Our Lady of Sorrows
Honors 23 Communion Mass
Guild 2, 3: Football 1, 2.
KENNETH I. NEFF
1002 N. Austin, Oak Park
Honors 2, 3: Choir 1, 3, 4:
Track 2, 3, 4: Tennis 1, 4.
DONALD F. NIETZEL
10032 S. Seeley
Communion Mass Guild 1, 2:
Class Officer 1, 2, 3: Football
1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2.
VVILLIAM F. MURPHY
1416 S. 60 Ct..
St. Francis of Rome
Honors 1. 2, 3. 4: Sodality 1.
2. 3. 4.
DANIEL O. MURRAY
St. Margaret of Scotland
2, 3, 4: Sodality 1. 2.
3, 4: Choir 4: PREP 3, 4: Har-
4: Camera Club 2. 3.
JAMES J. MURRAY
6731 S Kedvale
St. Mary Star of the Sea
Choir 1: Class Officer 1: Poster
Club 2: Football 1, 3: Swim-
ming 1, 2.
TERRANCE L. NOOSE
2644 S. Komenski
Honors 1, 2.
JOHN E. NORRIS
1429 S. Central, Cicero
St. Francis of Rome
1, 2, 3, 4. Debating
Club 1: Football 1: Tennis 1.
RONALD J. NOWICKI
6105 S. Monitor
Honors 3: Communion Mass
Guild 1. 2. 3. 4: Track 1, 3, 4.
N OWLAN N UTANT NY KA D
J OBRIEN C A OBRIEN J S OCONNOR
W D O CONNOR OHALLORAN OSSMA PALELLA PAUL PENNA
,U f ..-DMN
JOHN L NowLAN J I' iq DONALD A OBRIEN
9307 S Throop 1012 S Mayfield
St Margaret of Scotland St Francis of Rome
Honors 1 2 3 4 Sodal1ty 1 Honors 1 2 3 Acolyte 1
2 3 4 Off1cer2 Student Coun Basketball 2
c11 1 4 Class Officer 1 2 De CORNELIUS A OBRIEN
batlng Club 1 lgnalum 1 4 4732 W Monroe
Football 1 Basketball 2 3 4 Resurrection
Track 1 2 3 4 Honor Societv Cho1r 1 Commumon Mass
JOHN A NUTANT ba 1
2853 W 39th St
St Joseph and St Anne
Honors 1 2 3 4 Sodalltyl 2
JAMES J NYKA
1933 S Troy
Honors 1 3 Football 2 Track2
WILLIAM D OCONNOR
Guild 1 2 Footballl 2 Basket
JOSEPH S OCONNOR
3717 W 61st Pl
St Nicholas of Tolentine
Honors 1 2 3 4 Sodality 1 2
3 4 Student Council 4 Class
Officer 2 4 Camera Club 1
lgnalzan 2 3 4 Football 1
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Honor So
5103 Lexington JOSEPH V PALELLA
Resurrection 1539 W Fillmore
Choir 1 Class Officer 1 Foot Holy Family
ba 1 Basketball 1 2 Honors
PATRICK J OHALLORAN
5001 W Qulncv
Honors 3 Sodal1ty 1 2 3 4
Choir 2 3 4 PREP 3 4 Com
mumon Mass Guild 2 3 4
lgnaruzn 3 4 Harlequms 2 3
Elocution Flnalist 1 2
EDWARD T OSSMAN
2335 W. Superior
Honors 1, 2, 3, 41 Sodality 1. 2:
Football 1: Tennis 2.
4 Tennis 1 2 3 4
JAMES W PAUL
2634 W 103rd Pl
St John Fisher
Honors 1 2 Sodalltyl 2 3 4
Cho1r 3 4 Student Council
3 4 Class Officer 2 lgnatzan
4 Harlequins 4 Basketball 1
3 4 Track 1 2 3
CHARLES A PENNA
7556 S. Hoyne
Honors 3: Harlequins 4.
PYTEL Q UAID QUILLIN QUILTER REAL REDDEN
EDMUND E. PERRI DONALD M. PODUSKA
930 S. Leavitt St. 2630 S. Trumbull
St. Callistus Blessed Agnes
Honors 1, 2. 3: Basketball 2. 4. Honors 1. 2, 3, 4: Sodality 2:
EDMUND A. PETERS
1518 S. 49th Ave., Cicero
Choir 2, 3. 4: Debating 4, Cam-
era Club 2, 3, 4: Tennis 3, 4g
Band 2, 3, 4.
THOMAS J. PHELAN
5815 W. Erie
EDWARD P. PYTEL
2353 S. Trumbull
2: Ignalikm 4.
GERALD B. QUAID
9401 S. Justine
St. Margaret of Scotland
Honors 1, 2, 33 Sodality 2, 3, 4:
Class Officer 1.
RICHARD P. QUILLIN
Our Lady of Peace
Honors 13 Sodality 2, 3,
Harlequins 2. 3, 4: Football 1.
RONALD G. PREUCIL
1912 S. 61st Ct., Cicero
Our Lady of the Holy Mount
Honors 1. 3, 4: Sodality 3, 41
Harlequins 3: Camera Club 1, 2.
VINCENT C. PUNZO
943 Vernon Park Pl.
Our Lady of Pompeii
Honors 2. 3, 4: Football 2.
WILLIAM R. QUILTER
CHARLES P. REAL
1110 N. Lockwood Ave.
Our Lady Help of Christians
THOMAS R. REDDEN
8241 S. Wolcott Ave.
4. Honors 2, 3, 4: Sodality 1, 2
3, 45 Harlequins 4: Poster Club 1
ANDACZ SCHEIBEL SCHELL SCHILLE SCHLORF SCHWARZ
WILLIAM F. REILLY RICHARD T. RYAN
10213 Aberdeen 9100 S. Longwood
St. Margaret of Scotland Christ the King
Communion Mass Guild 2, De- Honors 2, 3, 43 Sodality 1, 2,
bating Club 11 Camera Club 1: 3, 4: Harlequins 4.
CHARLES N. ROLLINGER
Our Lady of Peace
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1,
2, 3, 45 Acolyte 23 Harlequins
2, 3, 4.
ALEX R. RUSSO
520 N. Montecelio
Our Lady of the Angels
Honors 3, 4: Acolyte 1, 2: Choir
1. 2, 33 Debating 2: lgnatian 2,
3: Harlequins 4, Camera Club
1, 23 Football 1: Tennis 1, 2,
3. 4: Swimming 2,
THOMAS J. RYAN
10946 S. Fairfield
One Act Play 4, Basketball 1,23
Track 1, 4.
THOMAS E. SAMMONS
1030 N. Central
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4, Acolyte 1,
Football 1, 2.
BERNARD J. SANDACZ JACOB L. SCHILLE
2535 S. Throop St. 3507 S. East Ave., Berwyn
St. Barbara St. Leonard.
JOSEPH A. SCHEIBEL
856 E. 89th St.
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4, Debating 1,
2, 3, 43 PREP 3, 4, Sodality
1, 2, 3, 4, Ignatian 3, 43 Harle-
quins 4: Honor Society 3, 4.
ROBERT J. SCHELL
9921 Longwood Drive
Acolyte 1, 2, Debating 1, Ten-
nis 1. 2, 3, 4.
DANIEL K. SCHLORF
1651 N. Sawyer
Honors 2, 4.
ROBERT J. SCHWARZ
9204 S. Elizabeth
St. Margaret of Scotland
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 3g
0fficer 2, 43 Debating 1, 2,
PREP 43 Ignatian 4g Harlequins
2, 3, 4, Poster Club 1, 2, 3,
Honor Society 3, 4.
SENA SHEEHAN SHELFFO SLONE SMALL E. D. SMITH
W. C. SMITH R. R. SMITH SOLIK SPADONI ST. AUBIN STEC
FREDERICK J. SENA
345 S. Kildare
Honors 13 Football 13 Track 2.
JAMES W. SHEEHAN
6938 S. Parnell
Honors 3, 43 Basketball 3g
Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country
1, 2, 3, 4.
RONALD E. SHELFFO
730 W. 21st Pl.
Acolyte 2, 33 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4,
Football 2, 3.
WILLIAM C. SMITH
7818 S. Loomis
Honors 1, 2, Basketball 2.
RICHARD R. SMITH
1230 N. Monitor
Honors 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2.
ALEX E. SOLIK
2714 S. St. Louis
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4.
NORBERT J. SLONE
9352 S. Bell
Christ the King
Honors 1, 2, 33 Debating 11
PREP 3, 43 lgllllflillll 4-
FERGUS J. SMALL
Honors 33 Choir 1, 2, Class Of-
ficer 1, 2, 3, Debating 1, 2,
Harlequins 1, 2, 3, 43 Elocution
Contest Winner 4.
EDWARD D. SMITH
9345 S. Throop
St. Margaret of Scotland
ALEX J. SPADONI
1355 W. Taylor
Our Lady of Pompeii
Honors 1, 2, 3, 43 Choir 2, 3,
43 Harlequins 3, 4: Tennis 1,
2, 3, 4.
ARTHUR W. ST. AUBIN
1410 N. Massasoit
Honors 3, Sodality lg Student
Council member 1, 2, 3, 45 Class
Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2,
JOHN S. STEC
504 W. 44th St.
Honors 13 Sodality 1, Class
Officer 13 Poster Club 2: De-
bating Club 1.
SWEENEY THOMAS TORTORELLO TRANDEL TUMMILLO VAVRIK
JOSEPH T. STECH CORNELIUS P. SULLIVAN
2839 W. 55th St. 2342 S. 5th Ave., N. Riverside
St. Clare of Montefalco St. Mary of Riverside
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4: Communion Choir 2, 3, 4.
Mass Guild 1.
DANIEL B. SULLIVAN 'QLSURRAN
8028 S. Honore
Class Officer 1, 2: Football 1:
Basketball 1, 2.
JOSEPH E. SULLIVAN
9846 S. Hoyne
Sodality 1, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3.
St. Thomas Apostle
Honors 1, 2, 3, Sodality 1,
Poster Club 1g Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4.
GEORGE E. SVEC
2648 S. Millard
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4: Harlequins4
JAMES R. SWEENEY BERTRAM P. TRANDEL
7736 Oglesby 8125 S. Winchester
Our Lady of Peace Little Flower
Honors 1, 2, Acolyte 25 Class Honors 1, 2, 3, 4g Sodality 1,
Officer 2, 33 Harlequins 33 Foot- 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4.
ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2:
ROBERT W. THOMAS
6348 S. Racine
JOSEPH R. TORTORELLO
1517 W. Flournoy
ANTHONY J. TUMMILLO
913 N. Montecello
Our Lady of the Angels
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2.
ROBERT J. VAVRIK
2019 S. Union
Honors 2, 3: Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4
Track 2, 3, 4.
J. T. WALSH WEDOFF WHELAN WINSLOW WITTSTOCK B. B. WOLFF
PHILIP L. VEESART
4944 W. Lexington
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, Com-
munion Mass Guild 2, 3, 4,
Class Officer 3, 4, Football 1,
2, 3, 4, Basketball 2.
THOMAS O. WADDELL
10221 S. Hoyne
Acolyte 1, 23 Debating 1.
JOHN J. WALDRON
9344 S. Pleasant
Christ the King
Honors 3, 4,
JAMES T. WALSH
1721 E. 85th
Class Officer 2, Poster Club 2.
DONALD L. WEDOFF
1143 N. Laramie
Our Lady Help of Christians
Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Student
Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1,
2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2.
EDWARD J. WHELAN
1350 N. Waller
Honors 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1,3
Officer 2, 4, Debating 1, 2, 3, 4,
PREP 2, Ignatian 2, 3, 4, Har-
lequins 43 Elocution Finalist 1
Track 1, 25 Honor Society 3, 4l
KEVIN B. WALL
MICHAEL J. WALL
7323 S. Emerald
JOHN P. WALSH
350 S. Lockwood
Basketball 1: Track 1, 4: Cross-
JOHN E. WINSLOW
8211 C. Cornell
Honors 4: Harlequins 3, 4.
JOHN E. WITTSTOCK
1308 S. Heath Ave.
St. Charles Borromeo
Honors 1, 2, 3.
BRUNO B. WOLFF
8201 S. Winchester
Honors 1, 2, 3, 45 Sodality 1, 3,
Officer 2, 45 Student Council
43 Class Officer 3, 4, Debating
1, 2, 33 Ignatian 3, 4, Harle-
quins 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2,
Honor Society 4.
P. J. WOLFF YODELIS YATES ZAVADIL
PHILIP J WOLFI' OSWALD S YODELIS
8201 S W1nchester All Samts
L1ttle Flower 11237 S Wentworth Ave
Honors 1 Sodalxty 1 Z 3 4
Chou' 1 2 PREP 1 Debatmg
1 2 Harlequlns 2 4 Poster JEROME J ZAVAUIL
Club 1 Football 1 2 4131 56 Pl
LOUIS H YATFS Honors 2 3 Student Councxl
11007 Trumbull 3 Debating 1 2 3 4 PREP3
St Chrlstma lgnal1an2 3 4 Track 2 Band
Football 2 Basketball 1
Bw EDWARD MORIN Z
flllflglllg from ll 1hul.ly uoodecl glen
I pzcll Ina lonely path untll I meet
Norm' others uho are bound Or the same end
llw Irazl IJPLUIIIYS a road and neu roads 4,f0.h
llon tlllllfllllffs lll our nrzals and jon partake
ll 11 srrzhe along quztv conscwus o the loss
ll an pu! for all cannol the vamp road take
So a ter lhu short span o ellowshzp
lhe hzghuay jorhs and we must say goodby
lo rrends ue ve made and mem nes that may slap
from recollfrtmn as the years go bv
ll hen all by dz erent roads arrlve at last
Ill lrmmls shall meet agazn as zn davs past
' 3 f , 2, 3, 4. ' ' ' '
I, z .5.
.-lml on um plofl lonzrarrl goal ---His heartlfs warm
f .I . V, ' n 1 if 1 - ' . .
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Some Accomplishments of fhe
Class of 1952
Not 1950 The Senlor Cross Countrv leam
comprlsed of J1m Sheehan Coyne and Mayer
won ltS thlrd consecutlve M1dXV9St Cross
Ifeb 1951 The Senlor Debaters Vtllh Roman
Lew1ck1 captured flrst place 1n the Loyola
Marth 1951 'Ihe SQIIIOI Cross Country 'learn
LOI1SlStlYlg oi Goodman and Brooks placed
second 1n the Dally News Relays
The Senlor Debaters wxth Roman L6W1Ckl
took flrst place ln the Cathollc Forum Tourna
'Vlax 1951 The Cross Country Team with
Blll Melvln J1m Brooks Julxus Gylys and
Jack Nowlan captured nts 11th Loyola Relav
In the De La Salle Sympostum Roman
Levuckx took hrst place and won a one veax
scholarsh1p to St Marx s College 1n WIDODH
Ott 1951 Roman Lewxckl placed flrst n
the St Francls of ASSISI Speech Svmposlum
Nm 1951 The Senlor Cross Country Team
made up of J1m Sheehan Bob McGu1re and
J1m Brooks won 1ts fourth consecutxve Cath
olxc Clty Cross Country Champlonshlp
Martln Coyne won the seventy flve dollar
fxrst prlce for selhng the most raffle books 1n
the Fall Festival Drxve
Dec 1951 Mark Crowe won Elghth place
m the Twentv Thxrd Annual Latm Contest
Jan 1952 J Kegaly tackle and J Gatfney
back were plcked on the All Cathollc Cxtv
Feb 1952 Semor Debaters Schelbel Baldwm
March 1952 In the Cathollc Speech Festlval
Roman Lewxckl won flrst place for Orlglnal
Oratory and Edward Whelan captured second
place ln Extemporaneous Speaklng
Senlor Debaters Baldwm L8WlCkl Schelbel
placed second mn the Mundeleln Tournament
Apnl 195: Semox Debaters won tathollc
May 1952 Semor Track Squads twelfth ton
secutlve vlctory Loyola Relays
Compiled by Alex bpadom 52
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Lewicki won Loyola Debate Tournament.
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Rlchard Anzalone John Carney
The most outstandlng Ignatxans of the class of :JZ have
been chosen The Lternal Judge has long been watchmg and
gu1d1ng these men and because they have fulfllled thelr roles
as Ignatlans most perfectly He has called them to H15 eternal
Dlck and Jack were men of extraordmary enthustasms
keen and 1ntense lnterests They posse sed the full vlgor
of youth and the determmatxon of success where efforts are
not always crowned wxth earthly success
athlete or speaker But hls pleasant smxle and generosltx
could charm the courts of heaven as they do now Though
sometlmes far back of the fleld ID the cmder track Dlcks
determmatxon and wxll to wm won for hlm the greatest prlze
of any contest the love of hls Creator
The class of 52 bows lts head ln acknowledgement to
the cholce of Rlchard Anzalone and John Carney who as lts
tlue leaders have gone ahead to pave the way for you and me
bw Robert Folew 5:
Jack, for example, felt that he was not an outstanding
Top row: Lynvh, Michenfelder. Lahuhn. Lawrence
Sims. Heitz, Maska.
Fourth row: Waters, Knaus. Walsh. Heffernan
Robinson, Duarte, Mamak.
Third row: Burke, Dernbach. Creighton. J. I,
Murphy, While, Carlin, Stankus.
Second row: LOIICIQ lflmer. Svhreihor. lfllllvn
McCormick, Cloonan, Pape.
Botlom row: Sloffel. Alitto. Quigley . Mr. Creighton
SJ., Ripoli, Daddino.
lop you Steele Speranza M-xerkd I' Paul
T Foley Pohch Bauer
fourth rou CBSPBI Mraz PIKIIH ka S I W
Mcbmth Mulcahy Monaco
Second row R M Martln Dexueux Male
Garrett MUChOWlCZ Lubv
Bottom row Housos Hlebel C qmlth Mr Forde
SJ R Moroney FlShWlCk
. ,. . A ,
' ': 1 '. " " . SPI".
. ' . R Y, w I
Third row: Rizzo. Vojta, Ladomato. R. .l. Ryan.
f - ' , If
: , . ', . . , . .
I I, U , Y I
CLASS 3-C CLASS 3-E
Top rmr: 5. :Xugustyniewicz.l1. Wifner. J. Boyd. Top ron: Perkins. W. Gill. ll. Walsh. Heirs:
ll. Davin. Kallal. ll. Thfnnpsnn. P. Sheilrls. Hrulwa-k. Tully.
Frlurlh nur: Mlrl lfaslillw. Felrlinzin. Nlnmwx. li. fuurtli run: Kf"ZllillQI. fiegan. lf. lflaiizigaiiu. Km-Y
l.f'zn1. ll. lim-lwll. I'1'lO'l'S. nivuslyi. llzlgulmlaf. llenm-fs:-y.
TIIIVVI! xml: Ili-nil. lxzilhnu. Xlzllvix. l'. llrinlunxilu. Yllllifll run: xlllflfil. xlllllilf. ,l. l'. Vszilsli. llziluf-I1
IQ, ff-mmm, Ilillmi. man. Fulimzi. lN2'lIIf'.
-gf'l'1PlI1l rnu: l'ziFun. f3l.1'nrx. .I, Sh-ge-1. rl. liilvf Swvnznl rmr: Xlrllmlwllgli. lxvmn-. ll. Hnukine.
lmlis. U'X1-il, Flnrr. lSl'llS7k4lNSixl. llc-asey. Kular.
liulfmn run: ,l. llusalulr-n. Nic-flmiuimi. X. Flllilll. lfnllrmi rmf: limit. lS4'l'lxSlK'ix. lfr. Xleyvr. Sul..
11. l"i'e-ifllir-ini. ill. llilmlmnw. Nlnllally. ilill.
Y CLASS 3-D
Trip ffm: H. Nwwal. llughf-N. Nil'-Xriliffv. hrwlvlf'
Spillane. Wf-bb. Calrlerini.
fourth ron: Keeyers. J. Owfnole. Station. Quinlan.
Laughlin. Hovnrka. Cicero.
Third r0u': Cady. F. 0'Brien. Bnrclelnn. Fleming.
lIrCuire. Cifsel. llarren.
SECOIIII muy: F. DvNlaertelaf-re. Frank. J. J
Brennan. Cordon. Krull. Kulin.
Bottom rmr: Wbulfe. I.. Dwyer. H. Murphy. .l.
Martin. Sedlaeek. Darlderio.
'livin run: fiarnfrlln, filiilll. ,lar1'. linux, km-R, ,I
ll. Carney. ,l. X. Finnegan.
fourth rout Calanti. W. R. Nlefirath. D, Clark
Thompson. Winters. XI. Ryan. Maffia.
Thfrrl rout Hogan. Dorseli. Raymond. Lodato
Goss. Fern. Glynn.
Second rout Riley. Sherry. P. Cranata. Quirlx
Bottom rout Rflyfff. Cfvnrrw. Fr. Ollnnolilir-. FJ.
Duffy. Vina. Carlson.
Top rmr: J. 5. Hughes. Tnnvr. NI:-Kay. J. T5
Yfwillv. Tipi. Nix. Buylv.
l'1f'lll'fll rout E. Hr-ffernan. Nlaiu. Ream: Hus
wrt. N. Wurrissvx. R, flmmfhnali. T. Crmway.
Tflizrl mir: Hryzii. Hartnvll. ,lum'4vhwi1. Lynn-
Uiwauly. Tx. Nlvixvmlgli
Sl'l'l7lII, flIll'Z Huciilw. Yvjr. liulkvr. X. TiT4lI'4T2ll1
ffnllmn mu: Nluulxir. igmllrlw. 121-mvi. lllllllilli
CLASS 3-G CLASS 2-B
Tuff rmr: Sprys. KlvsNf'l'. xl4'Sl1Y'I'l'N. Xl. Sullixull. Twp run: Hvlrvvfl. H. IYKIHITIIUIA. Hvilllufki. PP
tVifblff'l'. Zalaluriv. Riwrlavi. trello. XX. V. Xlurphy. Suirmtffk. 0'NTallf-5.
Fourth rmr: Speisflr. J. H. 4I:ar1wy. Rwnnpr. fifrlzrlh mu: T. 'xDfTf"lAFUI1. E. T. Wlwalan. 'XTT'lf'l'l
Gadams. U. l,llm'as. 5Kf'fff'n. Hansvn. Siggi. ff. ITPYNPSCT. iiulhanv. T. .T. Higgins.
Third rmr: Uvvring. lfwlilm. Slalivry. Wgillianiw. Third fUIl'I F. xTIfT,UI12:lTd. Hammunfl. SilI1'ixf'l
Duzmal. W. .T. 0'ffm1r1m'. Nloran, XX. Clark. Raufin. T. Walsh. Perry. xlfllllfilltili.
P!'0I1d rmr: XxvllF'l'il. XY. Ufwlin. Ti. K. Ryan. Swionri rmr: Xl1'N1i!l.liiL'il1Olli. F8l'l11PI'.T0lNHb4
Killbllfifx. S. flranala. Pardu. Cc-fsal. Bakffr. Wright.
Hntlom 1-mfg QI, X101-1-i5,f-3, j, F, Sullivan. Loni- Bnlmnz ron: RPllii1f'I'. NI11c'hmsi4'A. NTI: fTt'l'ilf'l
hardi. Nh. Hopkins, SHT.. Guido. Piegari. Hmiwr. Calragzno. Brom.
Top rmr: Clair. Pvtry. Kvlilusvk. Shannnn. F.
l.4-mis. ll. Svutt. lv. J. ll. Finn.
lxllllffll rmr: T. Nlurplly. .l. lfngf-l. ll. flzirrull.
XX. l'ral1. ,l. l.. Xlr'llonm'll. ,llll'llS7l'N5lxI. Lim-
Tflirfl run: l1lIi'2lI'4'lll. llrwl. .l'YllllNlx1l. ll. llra-Illini
lill'l'iH'l'lll. llrlilfv. lifillllllill.
N1-1-nrul rrrrr: ll. l.ZlNillf'll4'. lwuu. lmlllvr. kllllwll.
Slumlwrif. Ii Nlm-L. Nm-vlixzilul.
lfullum run: Xnnrlvn lim-1-li. .l lining. XIV. llzilvr-
mam. l'mwi's. Kiwi-l. lliliimzmni.
Top row: J. J. U'Conn0r. Mazzio. Bannnn. Prn-
lmp. llrialla. Pilgrim.
fifth fl7ll'2 l'l1-itgzf-n. llamlun. l'ir'rv1-. Nivpmi.
Fnzzrlfi I'HIl'Z ,lily-1-. liuulziiiski. l'if'iulw, ,l. Nlurun.
Tlllrlll lfvll: llmilvx. l"ro'lnggf'n. l'4ilfill. Filliillllx.
.Nl'I'llllll urn: Xxlllgv-li. Sh-fault. l. l'lilll2llLlilll. l..
Nlwrrif 1-x . lfalx ul:-.
lfnllvm rffu: fuiiw-k. lnxle-x. Iliirzmhx liI"llllllIlIIFl.
Trip rout Nelligan. Pouliot. Szala. IDHIIHIPS
J. J. 0'Leary. W. J. 3. Finn. R. Nloran.
Fifth mu: J. Nlajewski. A. ffappf-tta. .l. F. Hx'nPQ
Kozek. Fowler. ,l. Prah.
fourth, row: Ciaviura, Brarkvrn. R. Vlurphv. Parhfi
laski. T. Nolan. Bif-rnat.
Third roui: Pellffgrini. Corlleurki. Nl. 0-Tf!fblP.
Borgratrmn. Sheridan, li. Baile-5.
Swtonn' r0u': Pilolla, J. liallaghf-r. Nl:-Cugzan
Mcweenffw. N. Dillon. Stffik.
Bottom row: Winn. NlcGr0gan. Che-nirek. Rinella
Twp nm: llwrzitli. VII'-ic. xlF'Xf'f. .l. .l. l'llllHP1Ii-Ill
Burfhf-tt. xllfllilll. llendrivksfvn.
Fnurllr mu: Staswlw. Ffrrrl. Nl. Young. llunnf'
Nlr'NPaly. E. Kilburg.
Thirrl rou: Crarlx. Fmnone. Catania. Hulfin
Smrrullf ron: llrnninglirz, ul. l'. U'l'1l111iir1i'. ll. N1
Uiflmniffll. Nlrfliiiiill. ,l. .l. K+-lly. X2ll!'Illl.
ffntlnni frm: Stu-vlx. llzillilvka. lii-limp. .l. lla-xinv
Top row: Alesia, Powell. Janoski. J. J. Lewis
Bulter, Stanek, Matuszewski.
Fourth row: Bouska. J. Borgstrom. Nuvak. Witting
H. E. Vlurpliy. Auvlair. Feelvy.
Thfrrf rnlr: Nl. flllrivn. llarly. YlI'Sl12llN'. llaflm-La
Nlae-han. Pizzutfv. Harris.
Sf'I'l7lllf rmr: Ylorancl. lfclistvill. Nlavlxin. 'l'. llvu
ther. Cmisalwr. Kf'I1IlCClf'. lixilini.
Hnllnni rout Km-nig. lliisvr. Fr. Whitvlie-excl. 5.1.
l7ullerton. E. Costello. J. .-X. Nlillvr.
THE CLASS A
7'llll rmr: lli5ilu'fll'fr. SllIlWllSl'l'I. lianiaslro. Svlm
lwri. ligzinvius. frgadlfv. llngnlin.
finurlh rmr: F0016-. Wvrhorki. R. D. Cnllins. lfults
R. F. 0'Cnnnell. T. Fitzpatrirk. Killeen.
Third rmr: Carusrv. Rush. YVitkif'wif'z. Fenrl.
Seconrl r011.': lnzinga. T. W. Ryan. Dowd. Dona-
von. Mancini. Fuesel.
Hmmm rmr: Cronin. Saba. Mr. Bain. SJ.. .l. Goes
Twp nur: lf. lilzirlx. l.. llulzmti. H4-ylv. Xflllllllflil
Knvrhi. lxmm. llarlwr.
fhurlh rmr: Keniwrlv. llumaniak. ll. Nlriliax
T0rnalvPni. Hnrningi J. V. Dillon. Kamir.
Third mir: Brofl. .l. F. Brennan. I.. Nl:-Nainara
Krimpnvr. J. A. Nlarr. ll. Hrmui. Nl. .Mnatn
Svcoml I'Oll'Z W. Broun. T. Hess:-r. l1iCriSt0fann
McCue-. Xl. Murray. Svif-nty. F. Norris.
Bottom rout l7iVilo. Parker. ll. XV. Rvan. Fr
Sullixan. Sul.. Samter, 0'Hara. S1-arpari.
Top row: Loftus, Jung, B. Flaherty, P. Crosson,
Bergmann. Tuma, Popp.
Fifth row: J. lliordan. Daugherty, Rubino, Novelli,
Fourth rmr: ,l. Amato, J. A. Neville, Keser,
lvlraills. Calvin. Bolanfl.
T,ll.l'l! rout Nlaym-z. li. 0'lfonnor. ll. Smith. Slapa
ll. Flnsrk. llarll.
.gl'l'4IIlIl 10141 YlllIHl'IllHIl, lf. Slllff. llonovgm
llanula-n. ,I. X. Nlillrr, J. ll. Mille-r.
Hollom rolr: llowo. Sanial. Fr. ROSf'Ill-f'lClf'I'.
Naughton. ll. Clark.
Top row: Yetter, Mullaney, Scalise, Winkler,
Parker. l.u reau, Hayden.
Fourth rout Knafl, Campo. Toner. Manago,
Morton. E. Coyne. R. R. Reuter.
Thirrl rout Rffiiflfly. Michalak. Buckley, C. A.
Burke-. xxlilflflllli. llrosnan. Cannon.
Swroml rout l'rovc'nmlr-, Fazio. Turf-witano, Ye-spo,
lf. lly rnr. Kuhiak.
liullom rout W. Nolan, Finley. Fr. Lauer.
Nloss. Nlikulir-h. Fchmeicler.
'lop rout Fxoluocln. liamnn. NX. Xkllilv. lla-awlon
lnlke-I . 4,4-flulvllo. llll1'iil'.
fourth ron: l.l2'llll'lH. lllkola. VI. lull. lv-1k
Nlhkie. Nl. lfilonnell.
Thirrl ron: lluclzik. Cl1ra:tka. Xlic-haels. Chole-
winski. Nlillrltf-. Pitlik.
SPCOIIII TOIIAZ llauier. TPXPIIEIII. 'l'. Hogan. Spine-ll
Hollow f0ll'I il. Nliller, llelmonivo. Xlr. xX'lillt'l'r.
ij.. lfilro. Nlffllerxnott, Mclntyre.
Top rout Xiiuioli. Crowley. llipskincl. ,l. Nlunnix
X2llf'llI'llx. Nlf-llvn. lnmcry.
fifth ron: Hitler. l,azarz. Nl:-lka. lllil'llllPl'lf. Bono
Fourth rout l.2iCll8I1l'f'. P. lJf'xlHC'l'lf'l3Pl'P. More-fl
Nlr:Curren. Tagiola. Waelti.
Tlzirfl rout Laski. Tolnaskovir-. Norkuf. Nlonlv-
murro. Hilger. .-Xmodei.
Sm-orul rout Xlorrou. Cvrtx. llonohuf-. Koe-llwl
Hotlom ron: li. Fl'IQ'f'lliiIl. Nlr. Nlavuruk. SJ.. Xlollo
Top I'Ull'I T. 1'. 1V111rphx. 11. Cusm. IgilNf'l'1f'.
S1-ull. lfullvr. Kilvy. T1111-hia. ' V
,"0Ill'lll rout l'1l'illl1x11ll. 1iz1f1zv1sisL. Sulvlla. 12111114-1
X. 111-511110. ,l. N Ryan. 111f'fllil1.
Tlriral 11111-1 T. 113 I'lll'. Nv11111z111.l1. N111141111. 111111512111
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NI'1'Ull1.l mu: Slaxik. 1.111w1'l. .l. 111151-1. 111-Nlzlrlv.
I'11l'll1l'Ilf. 11. Cillillliil, Nllllliillii.
linflrmr mfr: J. XX1111z1111s. Salmalclln. l'1'. ZlIlll'l'1xl
il.. Janis. 1111u11cy, 11. Mudra.
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Bv IFO MAYFR 52
Thls year 51 52 has been another success
ful mllestone for the St Ignatlus Alumn1 As
soc1at1on Th1s verv actlve orgamzatlon
under the d1rect1on of Fr Wlllxam Shanley S J
The flrst event of the year was a dance held
on December 8th at St Judes Hall Desplte
tremendous opposltlon from lnclement weather
cond1t1ons over one hundred couples attended
and had a wonderful t1me George Brogan
43 and Sam Varchetto 43 the co chalrmen
were lnstrumental ln promotlng th1S affalr
Probably the b1ggest event of the vear was
the annual alumn1 banquet held on February
20 Frank Butler of the class of 24 did a fxne
Job as chalrman Four hundred old and new
graduates of St Ignatxus were on hand for
You cannot 1mag1ne how strong the school
splrlt of former Ignatlans IS lf vou have never
been to an Alumn1 Banquet It IS lndeed a
hung trlbute to the educators of past years
as far back as the late 1800s
Some of the alumn1 came from places far
dlstant from Chicago to partlclpate 1n thls
banquet and to pledge thelr constant support
to the school that had served them so well
IU the past Thelr xerv real present coopera
t1on vxas reglstered thxs sprmg 1n generous
donatlons to the Alumn1 Fund for the educa
tlon of deservlng youngsters who are unable
to provlde for themselx es
On the Sundav followlng the banquet the
electlons of off1cers for the present year were
held Jack Lannon 27 was elected presldent
The v1ce pres1dents post went to Len Roublk
of the class of 19 George Brogan 43 and
Tom Curran 37 were elected recordmg and
correspondlng secretarles respectlvely whlle
the Job of treasurer was glven to Grover
The bxggest undertakmg of the vear was
the colossal Job of mak1ng a ma1l1ng l1st of
former graduates of St Ignatlus Len Roubxk
and Frank Butler 1n cooperatlon w1th the class
off1cers of each vear unselflshlv devoted much
of then' tlme to thlS tremendous task Through
the dauntless efforts of these men the TEVISIOH
of the ma1l1ng l1st was almost completelv
fmnshed by the end of the vear Th1s would
have been 1mposs1ble 1f It had not been for
work put ln two or three mghts a week
Old tles and memorles were brought back
bv the spec1al reunlon of the class of 26
They held a smoker here at School ln Aprll
Thxs was one of a ser1es of such gathermgs
xx hlch are held as often as opportun1t1es present
The 3CtlV1tI6S of the assoc1at1on were closed
at a Commumon Mass and breakfast held at
the end of the second school semester
Al UMNI Ol' PIL!-RS
President John I Iannon 24
Nice President leonard F Roublk 19
Corresponding Secretary 'lhomasC Curran In
Reeordlng Secretary George F Bnogan 42
Treasurer froser J Hartlg 31
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THE AMAZING MR RAMROD
By ROBERT L POI EY 52
The alehouses on the outskirts of this fan
village of Hathway England are solely
pecuniary in purpose But in the little hamlet
1tself the plan of commercial intercourse IS
quite dlfferent To prove this the author in
tends to take a sterhng example The Red
Dragon is in itself not well known throughout
its own area but It boasts of one d1st1ngu1sh
ing factor It is the meeting place of the E
Now the problem is this When a bloke
IS so thirsty that a bloke can hardly walk
another step has the bloke the right in the
unwritten law to intrude on some other bloke s
hideout and suffer the effects of the other
bloke s wrathq May he throw caution to the
winds and defy the bloke'l Mv personal con
tention is to the affirmative but let me iterate
on the happenings of my friend Clairmont C
Ramrod the Late tHe tracted the latter t1tle
Clalrmont had always been a very like
able chap slnce his Aunt Ruf1e had passed
away and left a reasonable substance to see
him through his days But unspoiled as he
was Clairmont did not go speeding out to
the countryside to buy an estate but remained
in the village of his b1rth there to squander
It happened one afternoon that Clairmont
had pet1t1oned his chauffeur to take the day
off and after missing the last trolley uptown
he decided to take a 1aunt inasmuch as the
day was still young He had worked his way
about half the dlstance uptown when he spot
ted a tavern and right then and there the
thought occurred to h1m that it was a verv
Now Clalrmont knew very well the place
that he was entering and he did believe that a
man s hangout is his and h1s kmd s But when
a bloke who happens to be just an outsider is
parched with the mid day heat well that is
As far back as the owner of the E CRAVAT
CLUB could remember only the E CRAVAT
was allowed within And now when Clair
mont gunning from ear to ear pranced in
sat down and ordered a porter he fthe ownerj
was not only indignant but surprised
though he had pald only an alehouse tax and
had therefore a license to that effect surelx
th1s fellow should be familiar with the ex
clusiveness of this dwelling
But right here and now this dastardly fellovs
had ordered ion the priority of his parched
tonguel a porter' John the new tender had
seen him enter and had instinctively filled a
flagon of the brew of this one unknowingly
knowing that he was not an E CRAVAT
There was an offensive murmur from the
darkened interior of the room and the owner
indicated that he sensed the gravity of the
situation by leaplng fiom his position behind
the cue racks But before he could open his
mouth to utter a word of rebuke fate took its
course A well aimed empty whistled past
Clalrmonts ear and deposited the remnants of
the plate glass window behind the bar
There reigned a calm from the rear of the
smoke filled room but it was in evidence that
the CRAVATS had expressed their opinion of
the affairs Clairmont meanwhile had quickly
grasped the tenor of the forthcoming events
and doing the same with the porter he made
his way to the curbstone to drink it The inner
conflict of the apologetic bartender and the
ranting owner overtoning the gurgling of the
last dregs out in front of the establishment
was to the cultured ear almost poetry
Now Clairmont was of very good famlly
stock and one of the last things that Aunt
Ruf1e had impressed upon him was that
Honesty was the apostle of all virtue and that
it was through this means that she had amass
ed her fortune Clairmont being of the same
blood and immedlatelv realizing that his
draught was not honestlv obtalned made h1s
wav back to the entrance of the Dragon H
did not dare to go boldly into their midst
after h1s previous encounter and the very
thought of facing the fum1ng owner made his
Ramrod blood run cold But wlth the higher
motive IH mind he reached for the doorknob
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At that moment the door was thrown open
and the entrance was filled with the space
consuming form of the owner of the Red
Dragon Evrdentlv he was as surprised as
L larrmont and having the instant reaction of
the nobrlrtw Clarrmont took advantage of the
situation He threw the shrllrng he was hold
ing, at the man and turned to run
lhe lellow rnstrnctrwelv put hrs arm rn front
ol his faee to protect himself from the mrssrve
and rt was then as Clarrmont saw over hrs
retreating shoulder that a plackboad fell
from the fellow s grasp
Although he eould not clearlv drstrngursh
frxe quid at thrs moment that the owner had
rntentrons of selling the Red Dragon And
there tradrtronal domrcrle would be ended and
he would be the cause of rt' Why hadnt
the flagon beaned hrm instead of frndrng rts
mark rn the form of a plate glass wrndow'
Whw had hrs weaker nature taken possession
ol nrm and argued hrm rnto take refreshing
refuge rn that partrcular rnn' Surely those
honored men must hate thought base of hrs
Such thoughts taunted the mrnd of Clair
mont C Ramrod as he with heau heart and
dow ncast gaze contrnued on hrs wax uptown
And then suddenlx the gods smrled upon hrs
bated brain and gate hrm the lrght that could
solxe hrs problem
After r mrd rfternoon xrsrt with hrs lawxer
culminating, with a brrsk walk across town
C larrmont was ones more comfortablx resting
rn hrs studw The evening meal had been ex
qursrte as usual 'md now as he sat strewrng
hrn self ox er hrs fax orrte charr the atmosphere
of hrs lavish apartment seemed to take on an
unusually receptrxe and relaxing arr
smiled The sherrx had never tasted better
earlv when hrs attention was drwerted by the
rallrng of a log rn the fireplace He shpped
hrs robe on agan strolled to the fireplace and
reached lor an attraetrwe book above the
mantle Mavbe he had better catch up on hrs
reading whrle he had the opportunity For
as he was now the owner ot the Red Dragon
on George Street hrs time was sure to be
lrmrted But rt would rndubrtablx be even
more lrmrted beeau e ot hrs positron as Clair
mont C Ramrod F CRAVAT
Whaf ls War?
lh JUHN WAI DRFN 17
Phe Japanese cruiser had just found an
Amerrcan submarrne There down below the
surgrng water knelt four men One a Cath
olre slowlv led the others through aperfect aet
of eontrrtron As the group frnrshed the order
was given Io use the escape hatches for soon
the depth charges would frnd therr mark
One bw one the crew rose to the borlrng
waters above The Catholic and one of the
others were krlled by an ercplodrng depth
charge Thrs might be he erd of the stort
but rt rs not For something was born anew
rn the two surxrvors Thrs something was the
grace of farth and vocatron Today thex stand
before the altar of God, each morning to prax
for therr comrade whose death was the ' finger
of God" rn therr lives
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By EUGENE HABFRMAN 53
THE TIME January 21 1994
THE PLACE Atomlc Hall 1n the Dwelhngs
Buxldmg of downtown Ch1cago
The hands of the tressured trlatomlc clock
have moved slowly but constantly throughout
the entxre evemng L1kew1se there have been
speakers contmuously durmg the uneventful
hours unt1l the master of ceremomes f1nally
mtroduced Dr Sylvester Ker a tall muscular
and very dlstlngulshed man of scxence
Just last month Dr Ker galned d1st1nct1on
for hlmself by belng the chlef sclentxst among
the fortunate men actually to go to the moon
ln the U N s latest atomlc rocket and to return
al1ve to tell the tale
It ns an nnterestrng fact that although e
sc1ent1sts collected actual speclmens of e
moons rocky terraln, there have been no
nouncements up to the present as to what e
composltlon of the moon really IS Therefore
the whole world IS anxlously awaltlng the of
f1C1al proclamatlon wh1ch accordmg to gov
ernment off1c1als w1ll be made very soon
Dr Ker now rlses to tell h1s verslon of the
moon tr1p It IS a strange and almost un
you all know the super atomlc rocket sh1p
Unnerse I landed gently on the moons sur
face After our safe landmg a conference
took place between Mr Gerry Flynn our
chlef navlgator other dlstmguxshed geologlsts
m1nerolog1sts physlclsts topographers and
myself lnsxde the shrp
The outcome of th1s meetmg was that the
sh1ps members were d1v1ded 1nto two com
panles under Mr Flynn and myself to recon
nolter the vo1d space of the moon Group A
under Mr Flynn was assxgned to search the
planet 1n order to fmd what It was composed
of both on top of and below the surface and
to get xar1ous samples for exammatlon Group
B under my command was a group of sele
nographers and other map makers sent to
make a very accurate map for future landmg
frlends and posslble habltatxon on the planet
In both of these groups every man had h1s
very SpeC1flC assignment to perform w1th the
greatest care and attentxon to detaxl Soon all
the sc1ent1f1c lnstruments necessary to SCl'UtlD1Ze
the defymg secrets of the moon were arranged
and ready to functlon After the men clothed
themselves 1n the axr tlght 1nter communrca
tion space sults flve of them at a txme went
1nto the axrlock whlle the huge electronxc
hatches held open and then closed abruptly
behlnd them Then seconds later preclsely as
the outer lock opened our space sults bloated
1nto strange contort1ons because of the hlghly
As I mapped the ground and searched slow
ly the long green stretches of the dead and
lonely satelhte my thoughts went back four
days to that moment when our Fxrst Counsel
shook hands wlth me and promlsed that our
m1ss1on whether we would succeed or not
would never be forgotten and that thls brave
attempt would always remaxn ln the hearts of
our umted Earth peoples as a symbol of our
I remember how I reassured hlm that I also
trembled 1n ant1c1pat1on of what a sc1ent1f1c
wealth we mxght fmd on the moon to help all
But now slnce I had mapped the entlre
area I had asslgned myself I Jomed the other
members of Group B and we returned to our
As I entered the shlp I saw that Group A
was now worklng over the thousands of sclen
t1f1c facts and exam1n1ng old shaped slldes of
speclmens wh1ch had to be scrupulously
checked and rechecked hundreds of tlmes In
test tubes to one s1de stood bollmg l1qu1ds and
var1ous odd colored chemlcals for the many
necessary experlments of our lnvestxgatlon
Gentlemen we knew what the moon was
composed of twenty flve mlnutes after begln
mng our search So utterly surpr1s1ng were
our fmdmgs that the government has waxted
untll now to g1V9 someone the chance to reveal
He then paused clearlng hls throat nervous
ly before he went on
After all our exper1ments and analys1s
wh1ch are proven to be correct we fmd that
our researches verlfy an anclent and often
rxdlculed legend that has not been put for
ward rn these modern ages For that dead
satelhte our moon IS unquest1onably made of
raa'1o actwe green cheese'
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PROPELLING THE PELLET
Bw I PRAI D IOLKII'
Ah how to propel that eluslve mmutelx
large whxte sphere through the clear crlsp alr
on some dlsputed falrway that IS the questlon
my frxends I am wrltmg th1s small humble
work for those frustratcd membcxs of the Bax
Wxndow Club of Amerxca who attempt to
guxde a wee httle golf ball around a beautlful
lmmense landscape elghteen tlmes and then
try to pluck that sphere ID a cup placed 1n
the mlddle of a smooth evenly cut patch of
green herbage wlth the least strokes possxble
I w11l now attempt to relate the day s events
ln the llfe of one of those lllustrlous gentle
men Flrst he rlses 1n the early llght of dawn
and dons h1s armor for the dav s outlng H1s
shlrt a palr of pla1d knlckers a pau of blue
suede shoes polarlzed glasses ard the summlt
of hls ensemble lS a multl colored chapeau
He next seats h1mself at the head of the
breakfast table and lS served a blt of nourlsh
ment by h1s lovlng Wlfe Our hero IS now
ready to depart for the fxeld of endeavor One
last check of h1s trusty weapons assures h1m
that he w1ll become the v1ctor ln the days
battle Wlth the whlte pellet Fellou combat
ants arr1ve ln a sh1n1ng lron steed and escort
our champ1on to the lush meadows and h1ll
of Paw Paw Lake Golf Course
Upon arrlval they dlsperse so that thex
m ght out on each of thelr specxallx made
shoes Our hero has a pau ol LYQLllSllL xxhltc
buckskms tHe IS colleglan at heartj
At the f1rst tee thats spelled tea e
other three members of the foursome each m
successxon place the whnte pellet on a ralsed
plece of wood Thls 1s done so that It vull
afford an easler targct for those men f
The f1rst of these kmghts of the gold llnks
propels the pellet a great dlstance fseventy
flve yards to be exactb The other two follow
1n successlon varvlng a few yards ln front or
m back of the f1rst partxclpant Next our
hero Thxs statelv stature of a man goes to
the ralsed mound of earth and places ln the
ground a plastlc platform for the ball to rest
can afford plastlc tees! IS a VICE presxdent
Hls drlxe lb magn1f1cent It IS a spectacle to
behold as the ball floats through the axr to 1ts
Th1S rltual contlnues for sxxteen more holes
When our hero approaches the elghteenth hole
he flnds that all hxs weapons are gone H
had wlth flagrant dlsregard for the craftsman
sh1p that was put mto the fash1on1r1g of h1s
weapons smashed them ln a moment of emo
Our hero d1sgruntled and dlscouraged slow
lv makes h1s wax back to the clubhouse H
resolx es nex er to gaze upon the rolllng h1lls of
thls place agam that 1s untll next Satur
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lt ns 2 40 p ml A moment ago school halls were
deserted Now they are frlled wlth students hurrylng
here and there All have put In a full day of class and
many whose school day ends wuth the flnal bell head
for theur homes
Many determlned not to rob themselves of the
precious benefit of extra currlcular actlvlttes hasten to
take up varrous tasks Wlthun a few mrnutes Sodaluty
heads are busy discussing the comlng skatnng party
typewrlters are clrckrng rn the Ignahan and PREP offrces
prunter s galleys are bemg checked by the Harlequin bus
:ness staff Every actlvuty qulckly swlngs unto actron
The school rs aluve with new energy The lrfe blood
of IGNATIAN SPIRIT surges through the venns of the
enghty thtrd graduatrng class and tts successors
These students reallze that educatron soon becomes
very one sided If nt rs llmzted to the textbook They are
out to learn how to express themselves orally or rn
prant They want to make theur school successful tn what
ever endeavor It undertakes
By a strange phenomenon thenr very desure to fur
ther school actlvutres benefits them more than ut may
ever benefut the school They soon become the leaders
among the student booy They develop unlttattve and
talent they never fully realized they had They learn
cooperatlon wuth others and frnd out tn a pracrttcal way
that teamwork produces results far beyond therr great
est expectatrons And all these lessons accompany them
when they leave St lgnattus
Yes educatlon must be supplemented by extra
currrcular actlvuttes If rt ts to be complete The full poten
tralntres of the whole man must be developed God gave
man talents along extra currrcular lanes too And He
gnves the greater share of happiness to those who do
not overlook these precious glfts
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The Student Coun
Bw IOSFPH SCHFIBFL a2
Once agam the Senlor Sodallty has excelled
m apostol1c and soc1al act1vxt1es under the dlr
ect1on of ltS executlve board of enthuslastlc
and capable leaders Headed by Father Joseph
B Woods SJ the board conslsted of the of
fncers of the Sodahty Bruno Wolff John
Krlgallen Bob Schwarz Ed Whelan and Jlm
An orgamzatxon however can only be as
good as ltS workers Thxs year the Sodahty
was comprlsed of four mam commlttees
Apostol1c Eucharlstlc Our Lady Publxcxty
and Socral Actlon
fhe Apostollc Commlttee was dxrected bv
Jlm Gschwend Thls comm1ttee waged a
campalgn to have the downtown stores decorate
thelr w1ndows w1th crlbs at Chrlstmas
Knowles Whelan Anderson Berg Hartlgan
Schwarz and Gschwend SO1lClI6d major loop
stores by personal contact Then' Campalgn to
br1ng back Chrlst 1nto Chrlstmas was met
wlth great success
Another proJect of the comm1ttee was sung
mg at hospltals durlng the Chrlstmas season
On two consecutlve Sundays Carllno OHa1lo
ran Belmonte L6W1Ck1 Whelan McNamara
Schwarz Sche1bel B Wolff Garvey and
Gschwend VlS1t8d varlous hospxtals taklng the
thought of Chrlst and the joy of Chrlstmas to
the slck and lnfxrm
One d1v1s1on of thlS comm1ttee was com
prlsed of catechlsm teachers under the d1rec
tlon of Ed Whelan Remembermg the com
mand to Go ye therefore teachlng all na
tlons Roblnson Roque Anderson Schwarz
T Foley Whelan R Foley Gschwend SCh9l
bel and Bauer mstructed yoang Lathollc at
Madonna Center and a Marlllac House
N xt on the 11st 18 the Euchar1st1c Our Lady
Commlttee led by Dan Murray Thxs com
nntte fostered attendance at the Sodalltx Com
mun1on Mass Through 1ts efforts attendance
from St Ignatnus at the CISCA Holy Hours
was rmproved Then too on weekdays Mur
ray Hart1gan ROb1f1SOl1 Ryan Schwarz and
Cre1ghton all member of the famed Quad
rangle Club can be seen xn the quadrangle
offermg therr rosarxes to Mary
Every organlzatlon must keep ltself before
the publ1c In the Sodallty thlS IS accompllshed
by the Publlclty Commlttee Th1S comm1ttee
was ably steered through 1ts act1v1t1es by Al
Labuhn One of 1ts accompllshments was the
collectxon of books magazmes and other Cath
011C readmg materlal to be sent out to mls
slonarres ln Patna
Another mam duty was the publlshlng of
the S0dalL1te the offxclal school Sodalltv
publlcatlon Through the efforts of LaBuhn
Mlller McNamara Rob1nson and Burke thls
newspaper managed to come out once every
three weeks w1th news of the Sodallty and
helpful hmts of m1l1tant Cathollclsm among
All the socxal aCt1V1t16S of the Sodallty were
handled by the Soc1al Actxon Comm1ttee under
the leadershlp of Ph1l Wolff Th1s comm1ttee
undertook the Sodallty Skatmg Part1es held at
St Sabmas However th1s years comm1ttee
wlll go down ln the school hlstory as the
holders of the flrst square dance The quonset
hut was decorated to look l1ke a barn Because
of the cooperatlon ot Wolff T Foley Mayer
McGu1re R Foley Kaye Iudge Mooney
ROblnSOH and Whelan thxs dance was ac
clalmed by those attendlng as one of the best
entertamments of the year
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Junior Sodalists attend carefully as the spiritual
JUNIOR SODALITY OFFICERS
life is explained to them. Standing: Mclieough, Tipi. 'l'. Stucker, Bailey.
Sealed: Mr. Mohler. S.J., A. Morrissey. Mr. King.
Every Tuesday afternoon during recreation
the junior members of the Sodality file into
Sodality Hall Chapel for their weekly meeting.
They gather there to discuss and plan the
ways of carrying out "their Father's business"
in their own lives and to learn how to become
effective instruments for the sanctification of
their neighbor. Thus it is said that the pro-
jects they undertake have but one object: to
futher the glory of God under the banner of
This year's Junior Sodality undertook and
completed several very apostolic projects. One
large-scale operation was the collection of
Catholic magazines for the soldiers in Korea.
These magazines were sent to the chaplains,
who, in turn, distributed them to our fighting
men. Much of the work of the Junior Sodality
was handled by the separate committees in
accordance with world-wide Sodality direc-
The Committee of Our Lady sponsored a
campaign to encourage students to say the
rosary more frequenty both at home and
during leisure moments at school. The sub-
scription drive for the Qzwf-n'.e llnrk was also
handled by this committee.
Among the works of the Eucharistic Com-
mittee were the promotion of a spiritual bou-
quet sent to the missionaries at Patna, India.
last Christmas. Another project was the foster-
ing of the "Fighting 69th" campaign for
One of the highlights of the year was the
Day of Recollection given to the members of
the Junior Sodality hy l"r. ,loseph ll. Vtfoods.
S.J. The importance of this day in the forma-
tion of the true Sodalist cannot be stressed
too much. It provided an unusual opportunity
to the members to cultivate the intense spir-
ituality that it requires of them if they are
to fulfill the obligations they have assumed
After taking the examinations required by
the Sodality's constitutions and maintaining
the responsibilities of their period of pro-
bation, the new members of the organization
were formally received on Sunday, April 6th,
by the Very Reverend Laurence M. Barry.
S.J., President of St. Ignatius High School.
Highlighting the activities of the social front
were the well-liked t'Gym Nights" on which
the Junior Sodalists got together for seasonal
sports and games. Besides these, the organiza-
tion sponsored a "Roller Round-Up" for all
Prefect Alan Morrissey and officers John
Storto, Robert Bailey, Kevin McKeough, and
Thomas Stucker have, indeed. done a mar-
velous work in handling the many details, not
too evident to the casual observer, involved
in maintaining the standards of the organiza-
The credit for faculty direction is due to
Mr. James A. Mohler, S.J.. and Mr. William
F. King. S.J.
Iuxther and Sons backed
the Fall Pmstnal whole
Mr CllllStldll QJ Stones
to the dcllghl of Ii
Mans 1 peanut was
pushul on Fresh
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS
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Thls years Student Councll was by far one of the best
the school has had ln many years The l1st of accomphsh
ments for the 51 52 year IS long and bfllllafll. For example
the management of Pep Ralhes before football and basketball
games was handled by the members of the councll from the
beglnmng of the year
c1l was the Annual Football Frolu held th1s year at the
Loyola Umon House on November 30 1951 Orchestratlons
were handled by Johnny Lewls band
The councll d1d not fall to enhance the reputatxon f
the school on several occasions One mstance was the Con
ference on Student Llfe conducted th1s year at Notre Dame
h1gh school Jlm Hower John Kegaly Ed Whelan Art St
Aubln Tom Foley and Roman L6W1Ck1 held a panel dlscus
s1on treatlng student problems durmg the conference
Soclal llfe among the students an often overlooked part
of any educatlonal program was well taken care of by the
members of the organlzatlon To make certam that more
students would be able to come to school dances the councll
arranged for danclng lessons to be glven to the students
by a professxonal lnstructor fThe councll W1Sh6S to thank the
Mothers Club for thelr cooperatlon ln flnancmg these lessonsl
On Aprll 27 1952 the members were agam called upon to
conduct a panel at Fenw1ck hxgh school Jack Dwyer John
Nowlan Jack Daley Jlm Paul and Tom Folev constntuted the
panel group on th1s occasion
For the smooth runmng of tne councll meetlngs and the
happy outcome of many of our plans the councll offxcers
would l1ke to thank Father Robert Rosenfelder SJ and Mr
Robert Beckman SJ who moderated the orgamzatlon th1S
year We w1sh to thank all the students also for then' fme
cooperatlon ln makmg student ,government effectlve
President James Hower
Vxce President Roman Levuckx
Secretary Fred Nosal
Treasurer John Kegaly
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By J. PATRICK ROBINSON '53
The Arnold Damen Chapter of the National Honor Society was begun
here at St. Ignatius three years ago to foster qualities of leadership and the
desire to progress in studies among the students. In order to be admitted to
the society a student must excel in both of these categories. Since the found-
ing of the organization sixty students have been admitted to membership.
Admission is on a point-requirement basis. which varies in proportion to the
number of years a student has been in school. Members are inducted into
the society during the commencement exercises at the end of each semester.
Top rout Nlayvr. Kirk. I. Dwyer. J. Lewis. M. Burns. B. XXUIII. 51-Iiwarz.
.llifldla row: Mr. Iieclunan. 5..l.. Ilirandel. NI. Coyne. Kcrxsin. Crmsc.
Enright. Scheibel. II. W. Anderson.
Botlom four: Ilaldis in. Whelan. Kilgallen. Lexsir-ki. Nmlun. Morin. I. Miller.
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FALSTAFF THE MADCAP
Bx IFRALD f ARN EY 51
One agaln the Harlequxns of St lgnatlus
lourneyed to the Loyola Communltw Theater
to partlclpate IH the Lovola Plav Festlval bx
stagmg the one act plax adaptatlon Falstaff
the Madcap The play is centered about a
sllly old knxght named Falstaff who 1S the
blggest buffoon on earth John Wmslovx
,qaxe a verx magmfxcent portraval of the part
Ferg Small and Bruno Wolff as Prmce Hal
and Poms gave a performance whlch provlded
the audlence w1th a very enjox able afternoon
Though not mer1t1ng supemor ratmg th1s vear
the Harlequms dld put on a verv good produc
t1on ED NOTE Jerry Garvev maklng hls
debut IH the Festlval merlted a sllver medal
for actlng abllltx
1952 HARLEQUIN PRODUCTIONS
The Harlequin tradition is a long-standing
one at Ignatius. This year. under the master-
ful direction of Mr. Vincent Forde. S.J.. thc
play 'tBilly Budd" was presented at the Eighth
Street Theatre on April 24 and 25.
Such notables as Jerry Garvey. playing Billy
Budd. and Bruno Wolff. as Officer Seymour.
and Ferg Small. as Jenkins. really brought the
English Navy to life before our eyes. Charles
Marino. as the hated Claggart. gave a bril-
liant performance. Don Hartigan, portraying
the comical Gardiner, was hilarious. Louis
Baldwin and John Sullivan. the other officers
aboard. demonstrated Well the "brass" of the
With the help of Mr. Beckmans business
staff and the stage crew. the play was again
a major success.
Unlike the usual type of production put on
lor high school audiences "Billy Budd" was
a play for the mature theatre-goes. a tragedy.
lt depicts life aboard an English Man-o'-War
early in the eighteenth century. The usual
difficulties of sea-life in time of war are
heightened on this particular ship, the lmlo.
milulilf-. by one John Claggert. master-at-
arms. who does his best to cultivate the
hatred of the audience as well as the crew.
Claggerts first appearance on stage finds
him sending a sick man up to the yard-arm
contrary to Captain Vere's tRoman Lewicki'sJ
orders. The crew comes close to mutiny
when the sailor falls to his death. However
the captain intervenes to save Claggert and
prevent an uprising. Discontent grows among
all except Billy Budd. who cannot see evil
in any man.
Budd. but lately arrived on the ship. quickly
gains the position of captain of the foretop
upon recommendation of First Lt. Wyatt. His
success stimulates the envy of Claggert. who
becomes infuriated even further when the
Dansker tJohn Biestekl points out: "The crew
has turned from hating you to loving him and
you are left impotent."
The hatred of Claggert for Budd reaches
its climax when he falsely accuses the young
sailor of attempting to lead a mutiny. Budd
impulsively counters with a blow which ac-
cidentelly dispatches Clag1ert against the
Against all his feelings for Budd the captain
orders a trial for Budd and the latter is con-
victed of murder after long and dramatic
The Harlequins are to be congratulated for
their very excellent handling of this very dif-
ficult and very profound plot.
WY,X'l"l' SPIYMUVH RA'I'l'l,ll"lH' t'.Xl"I'.-XIX VI-1Rl-I Hll,l.Y Blllllm
.lohn Sullivan Bruno Wolff Louis Baldwin Roman l.ewicki Gerald Garvey
IFNKIINS CI AGGFRT THF DANIQKTR
Icrg gm all C h aries M num lohn Bn-sick
"The ways of the sea are hard. Billy Budd..."
GRATORY AND ELGCUTION
St Ignatxus Speaks Out was the announce
ment ln the bulletm of our annual elocutlon
contest wh1ch was to be held ln the Randolph
Audltorlum on the evemng of March 28 1952
'Ims years program surpassed prevlous pre
sentatlons partlcularly 1n po1nt of group
aCt1V1ty The really enjoyable and mstructlve
program IS brlefly outllned below
Followmg the welcome a dress gxven by Fr
Laurence M Barry SJ three freshmen
John Va'encxk Paul Sampson and Paul Del
momco gave noteworthy performances Del
momco rnerlted the laurels wlth Four Fr1ends
of Mme by T A Daly
The sophomore pr1ze was won by George
Brvan wxth the presentat1on of Robert Em
metts Defense Francxs Pellegr1n1 and Peter
Insley dld well 1n the1r performances
Soon after a l1ttle sketch on parl1amentary
procedure whxch was both mformal and IU
formatlve was glven by Fr Moosbruggers
3 F publlc speak1ng group
Durmg the xntexmlsslon and aga1n later 1n
the program delxghtful muslcal entertamment
was provlded by the Mercy Hxgh School A
Capella Cholr Besldes th1s there was a re
cltatlon of Chestertons Lepanto by the
lgnatlan choral speaklng group under the dlr
act1on of Mr Theodore W Walters SJ
M1chael Qu1gley and Albert Labuhn gave
Gerald Garvey a hard battle for the jun1or
t1tle but nevertheless the latter came out
on top wlth h1s mterpretatxon of Francls
'lhompsons The Hound of Heaven
Fergus Small was declared v1ctor ln the
sen1or d1v1s1on desp1te the keen competltlon
of Roman L9WlCk1 and Charles Mar1no Small s
or1g1nal oratlon was entxtled Twentleth Cen
All IH all th1s years program was a real
success as was proven by the enthus1ast1c
number 1n attendance and the wonderful txme
wh1ch they had Mr Robert E Murray SJ
and Mr Thomas J Bam S J are to be greatly
commended for the1r management of such a
F101 UTION I4 INALISTS
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THE IGNATIUS PREP
Under the dlrectlon of Mr Matthew E
Crexghton SJ our moderator and through
the tlreless efforts of edltors and staff members
your IGNATIUS PRFP has been progresslng
for many months Long hours of planmng and
d9S1gI'11I'1g contracts w1th busmess flrms e
gravers prlnters b1fld8I'leS photographers ar
xangement of semor portralts act1v1ty plctures
captlons artlcles the selectlon and executlon
of a general theme for the book all these
and more comprlse the busy schedule behlnd
the prlnted page you are now readlng
The cover desxgn and d1v1s1on pages were
chosen dxscarded and rechosen tlme and tlme
aga1n untll the f1n1shed product was ready for
Thls manlfold task would have been m
possible wlthout the unlted efforts of each
and every member of the IIINATILS PREP
staff The experxence they have galned
but the by product of thelr effort to serve you
the student at St Ignatlus Each and every
student owes a debt of gratltude to Composltor
Robert Schwarz and Busmess Manager Allan
Klrk rn partlcular for thelr wholehearted and
contlnuous cooperatlon We should be grate
ful to Roman LeW1Ckl, who, desplte h1s many
other commltments, gave as much t1me as he
could, behmd the scenes, to thls publ1cat1on
Yet thelr efforts would have been ln vam
wlthout the cooperatlon of Sen1or Edltors Dan
Murray and Dlck Anderson George Cullens
Sports Staff under h1s competent guldance
turned out as careful a p1cture of each act1v1ty
as many a professlonal Journallst has been
able to do
Let us not forget the efforts of Pat Robln
son Dlck Carhn and Bob Cre1ghton who as
sxsted ln the work of the page composltlon and
handled many of the vxtal odds and ends of
the OfflC9 Then there are Larry Car11no Pat
OHal1oran and Jlm Nevllle whose energles
were expended 1n copy rev1s1on and 1n the
vltal tasks of last mmute checklng as the book
was readled for the pr1nter
The endeavors too of Tom Casaletto Al
Labuhn J1m McDonnell Gene Haberman Dan
Cronm and Ted Carney are more than deserv
1ng of pass1ng mentlon There are many others
part1cularly those whose names appear above
artlcles whom we cannot mentlon 1n th1s
brlef resume For thelr a1d we are smcerely
Yet we of the staff of the IGN 1TlL.5 PREP
cannot assume the full credlt for th1s xssue
The genulnely fme sp1r1t of the whole student
body, the wholesome lnterest 1n extra cur
rxcular act1v1t1es malntalned by so many
Ignatxans, has been our copy and our 1nsp1ra
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After journeying to Milwaukee early in the
year for the National Catholic Press Conven-
tion, the editors of The lgnatian came back to
these hallowed halls to put into practice some
of the ideas they picked up at the meeting
A change in the name plate and the size of
the paper are but a few of the innovations to
be found in the paper
Although the staff had to cope with the
rising printing costs and was unable to equal
the record breaking seven issues turned out
last year they published an Easter issue of six
pages This is an accomplishment seldom at
tamed by an lgnalzan staff a six page issue
had not previouslv been printed for several
Special emphasis this year was placed on
pictures for the paper In order to get top
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photography editor. The cuts for the last two
issues were taken care of by Frank Hennes-
sey Frank will continue as photography
editor next year
Pat OHalloran attending to the exchange
department kept Ihe Ignalum clrculatmg in
other schools He also arranged the papers
sent ln from the other schools
In the line of columnists special mention
is to be given to Joe OConnor Joe handled
the compiling and writing of Lucite: Rumors
for the year
The post of editor for the 1951 52 school
year was assumed by Ed Whelan Bob
Schwarz was feature editor Mark Burns
sports editor Jack Kilgallen news editor
Vlr John Hopkins SJ IS the faculty adviser
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Standing Mr Bam SJ ,I Whlte R Foley Marmo Loner Morm Alltto He1t7 Labuhn
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SENIOR DEBATING SOCIETY
By ALBERT J LABUHN 53
After openlng the debate season Wlth a prac
tlce tournament at St Ignatlus ln whlch they
spllt even IH SIX debates our Semor Debaters
contmued at DePaul Alverma Marquette and
De La Salle wlnmng 13 and losmg 11 The
purpose of these practlce tournaments lS
Wldened personal experlence m the art of
Aslde from these practlce debates our would
be Websters partlclpated 1n dlscusslons
whlch made up a Student Congress held at
Provldence Hlgh School and 1n a panel d1s
cusslon over FM statlon WFJL on the subject
of Bth1CS 1n government
The f1rst of the trophy tornaments was held
at Loyola where the St Ignatlus team merlted
flrst place honors Subsequently however
they d1d not fare as well at Marquette Hlgh
School but the experxence gamed proved to
be the basls of several notable v1ctor1es later
m the year The Mundelem Loyola tourney
ended ln a Mt Carmel St Ignatlus t1e QSIX
wms and one loss eachl and was declded ln
favor of Mt Carmel on a pomt system basls
Fxnally rn the Cathollc Forum early thls
Aprll Lou Baldwln Roman L9WlCkl Joseph
Schelbel Jerry Garvey and Mxchael Quxgley
merlted the first place trophy wh1le Ed
ln the runner up posltlon ln another d1v1s1on
of the contest
In add1t1on to debates as such several mem
bers of the team dlstmgulshed themselves m
publlc oratorxcal contests Roman Lew1ck1
earned flrst place 1n the St Francxs of Ass1s1
contest the St Scholastxca Speech Festlval
Cfor or1g1nal oratoryl and was successful 1n
the Hearst Tournament of Oratory Ed Whelan
mented the second place 1n the extempore
speech d1v1s1on m the St Scholastnca competl
Among the members are Al Klrk Don Mc
Namara Tom Foley Mark Crowe Charles
Marmo Frank Alltto Joe Luby and Charles
Ignatlus can be very proud of 1ts debaters
who have worked hard that thexr school mlght
be recogmzed ln the f1eld of speech
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"That all American citizens shall be sub-
ject to conscription for essential service in time
of war" was the subject of many a pointed
discussion among the younger members of the
St, Ignatius debating team this year. These
debaters, under the direction of Mr. Robert
Murray, S.J.. gained valuable experience in
the art of expression and intelligent discussion.
Judging from reports, they should prove quite
capable of carrying on the traditions of their
Alma Mater in future years in debating c1r
Officers chosen to direct the energies of this
comparatively large and well organized group
were David McNutt Thomas Flanagan Richard
Baker and Thomas Stucker Outstanding
among the affirmative speakers were Bryan
Baker Tomaso and Storto While the negative
speeches of Insley McNutt Stucker Jim
OConnor and Flanagan caused many of their
opponents to check over affirmative arguments
The mentioning of sophomore members of
the team is not in the least meant to slight
the efforts of the many interested and develop-
ing freshmen, who are well-equipped to take
on all comers in league competition next year.
These novice-debaters have accomplished much
in the way of discussions and formal debates
in both "home" and "away" contests. They
should prove formidable adversaries in the
Sophomore members of the organization
participated in four major multi school con
tests the St Ignatius Invitational Tournament
the Loyola Invitational Tournament the St
Catherine Tournament and the St Scholastica
Speech Festival Their consistently fine per
formances in these events is the result of long
effort on their part and has been a credit to
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SPIRITUAL EXERCISES are mterrupted for
a moment as retreatants tleft to rlghtj Jerrv
Hare Dan Cromn and Mike Devlln pose for
Bw BRUNO DeMAER'l'ELAERF 51
Annual retreats thlS year as always hlgh
l1ghted the program of sp1r1tua1 development
ln the personal lxves of all Ignatlans In an
effort to dlrect these perlods of prayer and
thought toward the partlcular problems of
students ln each year separate retreats were
held tor under and upper classmen
'lhe majorlty of the semors were able to
take advantage of the opportunlty of a closed
retreat at Barrlngton Ill1no1s provlded as a
Sp9C13I help for them ln thls thelr last year
at St Ignatlus
Father John O Br1en SJ conducted the
retreat for Jumors here at school nn the latter
part of January wn1le Father Edward Wleber
SJ acted as dlrector to the younger mem
bers of the student body durmg then tlne
Barrmgton retreats were conducted at var
xous t1mes durlng the second semester under
the guldance of a number of sk1lled retreat
masters from several mld western c1t1es Fa
thers Wllllam Schrmdt Frank Wllson Paul
OConnor Delmar Dosch Robert Koch and
Robert Erpenbeck all took tune off from thelr
work ID J9SUlt colleges hlgh schools and
parlshes to dlrect these retreats The semors
are very grateful for the1r unselflsh help
glven at so 1mportant a t1me
The entlre retreat program was organlzed
by student counsellors Father Robert Rosen
felder SJ and Father Robert Broome SJ
as an lmportant a1d ln thelr work as personal
adv1sers to each student here at St Ignatlus
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APOSTLE IN ACTION
Paul Burke IS among those who have
taken on the assxgnment of teachmg
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It IS early Fall and the gridders are out under a
cloudy sky drilling plays for next Sunday s game Before
long basketball cross country and swimming squads
Will be In action Another year of sports has begun at
In a crowded classroom far dIstant from St Ignatius
a tall rather muscular professor of education pulls mo
mentarily at his black cassock One bespeckled college
sophomore has asked him to delineate the place of sports
In a well balanced educational program Man IS not
all soul and Intellect he chuckles not by a long shot'
That terse and rather negative response implies
more than IS Immediately evIdent God has made man
a physIcal as well as a spiritual being He Wants man
to develop his physical as well as his Intellectual and
moral endowments And here we strike the rock bottom
of the physical education policy here at St Ignatius
This IS not a question merely of winning games
lthough we usually do our share of that tool It
sical and moral QUBIITISS which will endure long after
the win loss columns have faded Into the obscurIty of
the far distant past
If we succeed here If we buIId vvIthIn ourselves
the Gblllly to face dIffIcult situations on the playing field
wIth determination and reasonable courage the phy
sIcaI education program IS a thorough success It has
moreover gone beyond IIS Immediate scope of physIcaI
development and made a IastIng contrIbutIon to the
character and to the personalIty of those who QBTIICIDGIG
It has been the constant effort of the faculty and
coaches here at St Ignatius neither to under estimate nor
to over emphasize the Importance of athletIcs In a well
rounded educational program For thIs careful guidance
we the members of the Class of I952 are very grateful
We have entered Into the various sports with the enthus
Iasm of youth we have been very successful In attaining
the true and only Importan goai of self development
Thus the record book IS opened on this fInal sec
IIOH of the IGNATIUS PREP devoted to the accomplish
ments IH sports over the past year
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Calling all Ignatians to
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Thls years cross country squad was one of
the most successful teams 1n a f1ve year h1s
torv Interest1ng to note thxs year was the
fact that the team was rated an underdog
gOlUg lnto every meet Through graduatlon
Mr Butler lost all but two from h1s fabulous
f1VC the year before These two were
Captaln Jxm Sheehan and George Cullen
Coach Butler built another champ1onsh1p
team centered around Sheehan and Cullen
along wtth Bob McGu1re Jlm Brooks and
John Deerlng They added SIX wlns to a vun
nlng streak whlch was started two seasons ago
to make 26 stralght w1ns before l0SlUg then
fmal meet of the season
Our flrst meet of the season vuth Stexmetz
was vuon bv a twelxe pomt margln The
next uctory was in a trlangular meet wlth
Crane and Manley Tech Lane became our
th1rd v1cI1m and Leo the fourth Our last
barr1er before the champ1onsh1p meet was
Loyola who gave us one of the toughest races
of the season Ignat1us won by one pomt
On October 27 at Columbus Golf Course
the squad wlth all the other Cathollc schools
met to declde the C1tv Champlons Over the
cold and wlndswept golf course the Wolves
nosed out Mount Carmel by 5 po1nts to retaln
thelr fourth stralght champlonshlp
Thelr only loss came on November 10 over
the two and one half mxle snow covered Wave
land Golf Course for the Prxvate School Txtle
of the Mld west States
Next yeal s squad wlll be one of the strongest
teams ever representmg St Ignatlus vuth
Captam George Cullen Bob McGu1re Max
Muchow1tz Tom Walsh Art Inzlnga and Jlm
Lyons all returnlng The team wlll lose fue
hlghlv regarded SGUIOFS lh Captaln Jlm Shee
han Jlm Brooks Ed Morln Bob McLaughl1n
and Bob Bobowskl
Although the performance of the 1un1or
harrmers has not qulte measured up to that of
then' blg brothers the sen1or cross countrx
team thev haxe had a xexw good xeax From
a tallv polnt of vtexx thex managed to subdue
Stemmetz and Leo and hterally trampled
Lane Tech There were no defeats In the1r
short schedule and Mr Butler 1S looklng for
xx ard to the advance of each member to the
sen1or squad next vear
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S' ': .. ns. Cull 'n. T. CTI I ons. Mt '. d. XX r'ght. like .
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Thls year St Ignatlus was credlted by many
as be1ng the toughest team ln the South Sec
tlon Most of the cred1t IS due to Dr Ralph
Maxlllard and Mr Kevm Donlon who coached
the eleven 1n the only way thev know how
to be hard and tough
The Wolves opened thelr 1951 Football sea
son w1th a smashmg thlrty four th1rteen wln
over Holy Tr1n1ty 1n a non conference game
John Gaffney led the attack wlth three touch
downs and four extra po1nts The following
Sunday we were hlt wlth our flrst loss
th1rteen s1x defeat at the hands of a powerful
Marquette eleven We scored 1n the opemng
mlnutes when B111 Ferrxer recovered a H111
toppers fumble on thelr twelve Gaffney
plunged over from the one vard strlpe for our
Then came our flrst league game a forty one
zero rout of the St Ehzabeth Ironmen The
credlt for thls one can be glven to every man
that played Gaffney scored twenty nme pomts
whlle averagxng an amaglng frfteen yards per
try Pat McDonnell completed a twenty flve
yard pass to Fred Nosal for another T D while
Fred had stxll another on a five yard smash
through the 11ne Jlm Hower had a great day
on defense whlle end Jlm McDonald along
wlth tackles Jack Kegalv and Jullus Gylys
showed how strong our l1ne can be
One of the roughest toughest and hardest
fought games of the season was our game wlth
Leo We drew flrst blood when Gaffnev re
turned a Leo punt mneteen yards to the Leo
twenty nme On the next play he carried the
skln to the elght from where he scored on the
Gaffney was caught ln the end zone to
g1ve Leo a safety and two poxnts A few
mmutes later Leo scored on a fortv seven yard
pass Leo added two more TD s m the thxrd
quarter We scored out last TD on a twenty
elght vard pass from Caffney to Nosal The
Wolves started another drlve m the fourth
quarter Gaffney brought the ball from Leos
thirty flve to the SIX on two trles Drlves
bv Krull Hower and Nosal carrled the ball
to the one from where Nosal hlt the center
wxth no avall Thxs ended our scormg threats
Fmal leo tvnentx one St Ignatius thnteen
We got back ln Wlnfllflg wavs when we
powerlzed St Phlllps forty to snr Thxs was
The mud game m whlch we dlsplayed our
spectacular runmng abllltV Gaffney scored
on a slxty flve yard run while Nosal had
flfty and twenty vard TD runs to h1s credlt
Jxm Gasper scored on a fortS yard Jaunt
Fred Nosal led the team to thelr thlrd v1c
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tory IU four stars as they overcame the hard
f1ght1ng St R1ta eleven twenty elght to seven
Don Wedoff and J1m Hower led the offenslve
squad wh1ch held the Mustangs to elghty e1ght
vards on the ground
The Wolves played thelr flnest football of the
season when they met De LaSalle The
Ignatlus defense wh1ch had been outstandmg
thus far was not lacklng agamst the Meteors
J1m Gasper and Fred Nosal led the team w1th
two TD s aplece
Along wlth the flne playlng of the backs
the super1or l1ne play of the Wolves contrl
buted heavlly to the one Slded forty seven zero
vxctory Gylys Kegaly and Wedoff sparked
the l1ne w1th thelr br1ll1ant play Pat Mc
Donnell took over most of the runmng xn the
game and d1d a great Job of xt
Fred Nosal Pat McDonnell and J1m Hower
m the fmal game of the season agalnst Mt
Carmel led the runnmg and passmg attack
whlle Wedoff Ferrxer Gylys Kegaly Paul
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banner football wear
Wosal and Hower halt a
hard charging Leogrldder
Nlr joseph FTIIIIUHIK XII lhlph
ll llald r lx sm Don ln
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and Pohch held the l1ne Nosal scored tw1ce
1n the f1rst quarter from the slxty two yard
l1ne and from the one J1m Gasper added
another TD ln the thlrd quarter from the
twenty f1ve yard l1ne but lt wasn t enough to
stop the Caravan who won a hard fought con
test th1rtyf1ve to nmeteen
drew our season to a close and al
we d1dn t come out on top It was one
best seasons ln recent years Thls
seen by the many players we landed
on all star teams Gaffney made the natlonal
All Cathollc team Nosal Kegaly Wedoff
Chmela and Ferrler also were named to
other all star teams
Then we have the follows who very seldom
gam much glory but stlll are xmportant to
the team fellows l1ke J1m Baxley Ph1l Veesar!
J1m Maloney Jack Dwyer Pat Hughes Rosco
Sweeney Len Belmonte Tom Sturr D1ck
Rlp0Il Tom McAul1ffe Tom Dunne Bob
ONe1l and J1m Gxbbon
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By FRANK CALKINS 54
The J V teams f1n1 hed tnelr season w1th
three vnns and three losses But mere records
can not begln to show the abllxty courage and
flgnt of the team Proof of this statement hes
ln thls fact In pract1ces the J V s took the
bru1ses gladly so that the VaFS1ty would be
able to do the wonderful Job they d1d If St
Ignatxus cont1nues to turn out J V teams lxke
thxs one then Ignat1us Varslty vwll contlnue
to be a b1g threat to all teams
In the flrst game the Wolves shut out St
Ellzabe-th 13 to 0 John Deasey returnmg a
punt ran up the flrst slx po1nts w1th Joe
Devereuxs 1ron toe scormg the extra pomt
Frengen scored the other touch down
The J V racked up thls second w1n agalnst
St Leo 13 to 0 Deasey and Relty each scored
a T D A pass from John Laugh11n to Devereux
counted for the extra polnt The Wolves ran
1nto the1r flrst defeat 1n a hard fought battle
vxlth Txlden 24 to 0
Our second defeat was suffered at the hands
of the St Ph1l1ps Gaels 25 to 0 Fate repeated
ltself agaln when the Fenwlck Frlars passed
up the Ignatlans by a 13 to 0 score 1n a bltter
defenslve battle Br1ll1ant defensxve play was
executed by Bob M3ft1H Tom McAul1ffe J1m
Gxbbons Bob ONe1ll Tom Sturr Colon Scott
Had It not
been for the 1nJury of Tom Dunne the Ignat1us
offense led by John Laughlm would have
Frank Calkms was also mgured serlously 1n
In the seasons flnale St Ignatlus scored
a vlctory over St Leo 7 to 6 Gene K1lburg
scored the touchdown for the Wolves
Other backs who say act1on were Tom
W1ll1am Dlck R1pol1 Kane Safarlk Prah
Blernat OConnor Mayo and Borgstrom
Llnemen who saw act1on were Sp1lla1ne Sul
hvan Dernbach Keck Grannan NIX Dempsey
F1nnegan OLearv FICUIIIO Zegadlo and
Joe Devereux and Marty Conley
been as good as the1r defense
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the freshmen f1n1shed the season wlth a 0 and
4 record Although thelr record IS not 1m
presslve the frosh gamed valuable experxence
ln the essenllals of football
The Wolves faced Loyola De Paul Holx
Trmlty and Fenwlck and Nlck V1t1ola vxas
the only man able to score a touchdown for
the Wolves ln these four games scormg xt
agalnst the Holy Tr1n1ty eleven
Splrlted runnlng by Keane Cappellettl and
Thomascovxch comblned w1th a strong defen
slve backfleld led bv Stuczak and Kublak gave
Ignatlus a sturdy one two punch The passlng
offense was led by Blernat whlle De Palma
dlrected the Wolves ground attack
Other llneman and backs who were mam
stays on the team were ends Butler Dzlck
Rlordon Wlnkler and LGXVIS guard T Eck
stem Knect Sturr and Auclaxr tackles Alesxa
center Harty Bergman and Dlllon Backs
were M Glll Harrls Melon and Hlpskm The
puntlng chores were handled by H1pSklD and
Melon wh1le the klckoffs were handled by
Hlll Coaches Malllxard and Donlon have a
store of exceptlonal football talent to work
wxth ID the years to come
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By MARK BURNS 52
Its easy to be a winner but to be at the
back shows a sign of true greatness Such
was the case wxth this years Heavyweight
basketball team wh1ch rose from defeat 1n
four games to capture fourth place ln the
rugged South Section race
The Wolves came back with a spirit to win
f1Ve games downing St El1zabeth once and
De La Salle and St Philip twice Leading
the squad was the tall durable red headed
co captain Jim Paul Jim was a shmmg light
even 1n defeat as he captured rebounds and
set up plays from his pivot spot His rating
on All Section f1VES showed the respect he
earned from rival coaches
Every good team needs a floor man a
steady cool performer who can be counted
captain Jack OToole who though only a
Jumor proved an 1nsp1r1ng leader to the squad
Jack was an excellent ball handler and pos
sessed a deadly one hand long shot
This years set shot the gentleman who
pours them 1n from far out was Jack Daley
Dale combines an unerrmg long right hander
with a variety of drive in shots and IS a con
stant threat to the opposition Jack is one
of the best college prospects ln the area
Speed abillty and hustle made Jack Nowlan
one of the teams steadlest performers Jacks
track speed made the good look1ng South Sider
a veritable tornado on a fast break
The surprise package of the squad was
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Wally Enrrght who fought hrs way to a start
mg post rn hrs frrst vear on the squad What
Wally lacked rn srze he more than made up
for rn abrlrtw Wally was an all round asset
berng an excellent rebounder floor man and
After havrng garned hrs honors rn football
Fred Nosal also gave a great rmpetus to the
basketball squad though he Jorned late 1n
the frrst round of plav Naturally aggressrye
lfred was wrthout equal tor sprrrt and drlve
on the hard wood and xxrll be .1 drttrcult
man to replace next year
Leadrng the reserve was Joe OConnor
brg brursrng forward cspecrally helpful under
Moose was an excellent board
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Next vear s center spot rs just about crnched
1n the oprnron of many by Drck Herse Hrs
all around play and enthusrastrc drrve earned
hrm the esteem of players and coaches alrke
Drcks herght and scorrng abrlrty w1ll un
doubtably make hrm a star on the 1952 53
Another Junror playrng heads up ball was
Ray Bauer who drd an excellent job after
measurrng out of the lrghtwerghts Also re
turnrng to next years squad wrll be Gene
Camastro Mrlt Steffen and Jrm Statlon Gene
promrses to be one of the leagues better set
shots Whrle Steffen rs an all around floor
man Statron rs an excellent rebounder
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Although the 4 8 record of our Llghts IS not
1mpress1ve at flrst glance xt falls to show the
team Splrlt and hustle dxsplaved by the
team nn every game Tne loss of our regular
center Ray Bauer and tvvo outstandmg guards
Jlm Glbbons and Jlm Fox at the measurmg
tn h1ndered the team s chances greatly
The captaln of th1s years squad was Bud
Freldhelm Bud cornblned a w1ll to w1n a
varletv of shots and excellent defenslve play
to mlke hxmself an outstandlng plaver
St Ignatius Hoop Artists sau
plentw of action this sprung
was h1s lnjury ln the Leo game that put a
damper on our plav of chances
After Frexdhelms mjury Joe LaRocco took
over as Captam Joes flght h1s reboundmg
ab1l1ty and hls offenslve and defenslve ag
gresslveness served as an lnspuatlon to the
other players Joe xull be hard to replace
Another semor who came through 1n the
clutch was Jack K1lgallen Jack has a good
set shot but lt IS for hlS defenslve play that
he wlll be remembered Jacks 23 pomts
agamst St Phlllp was the hlgh for the season
Ed Perr1 IS another semor whose shoes w1ll
be hard to fxll A good set shot and a deadly
Jump shot made Ed a constant threat Perrn
was the only player on the squad to score 20
pomts or more xn two games HIS 21 pomts
agalnst Mount Carmel and h1s 20 pomts agaxnst
St Ellzabeth helped htm to take the teams
Two other senlors who though not regular
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good set shot and a good drlve 1n It was h1s
play 1n the Leo game that almost brought
about a major upset Ignat1us led at the end
of the thlrd quarter 36 32 but Leo pulled away
1n the fourth quarter Durklns rebound1ng
was a major factor 1n the games we won
A jumor who showed a lot of ab1l1ty was
Pete Granata Petes floor play and dr1ve
1n shot were somethmg to watch Another
Jumor who played well was Jerry CICBFO Jerry
was a smooth dr1bbler and had a good set
The only sophomore who played cons1stently
th1s year was Gus Sherldan Gus had a good
set shot and could dr1ve very well Some
players to watch for next year are Jumors
Freldhelm CICGFO and Granata and sophomores
De La Salle
Sher1dan and McWeeney
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BANTAM AND FLY BASKETBALL
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ThlS year under the capable d1rect1on of Mr
KEVIN Donlan a group of 1nexper1enced Fresh
men and Sophomores were molded 1nto one
of the school s flywelght squads Shortly after
the season began the fl1es acqulred Ed Carroll
and Tom Flanagan from the Bantams to bolster
a f1rst team already cons1st1ng of Ned R1edy
Tom Patz1n and N1ck Caruso who was the only
man returnmg from last years team
Wlth thlS as a startmg squad the F11es
bounced back from the1r early season set
backs and became a w1nn1ng comb1nat1on The
1nsp1red play of two freshmen John Scotty
and B111 W1lson alded the scor1ng punch of the
Other capable reserves wha saw plenty of
HCLIOH were Joe P1c1ullo Jlm OConnor Tom
Walsh Jack Hughes Kev1n McKeough Emmett
Whealen Jack Hartnett Ed Hoyle Sol Lato
and Jack Boland
The f1nal seasons record stands at mne
w1ns and thlrteen losses wh1ch 1ncludes a lV8
game w1nn1ng streak
Wlth Mr KEVIN Donlan 1n h1s f1rst year
at the helm the bantams put together a record
of e1ght WINS and seven losses
Tne Staftlllg flVe were George Horath t
center and Gene Camastro and Jlm Fox at
the forwards Tom Dunne and Bob NIX
played the guard sports Halfway through
the season the bantams offense was bolstered
by the acqu1s1t1on of Tom Paul 1n the p1VOt
Another boy who saw plenty of act1on was
the sharp shoot1ng freshman Ron Mellen
The reserve power was suppl1ed by Colon
Scott Don B1ernat Tully Nowlan Butler
Br1atta Engel and Mann1x After a slow
start the bantams put together a f1ve game
Wlhlllflg streak to cl1max a successful season
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Several outstanding tennis players ot recent
Jack Berg for example has shown ability by
capturing the lead position on the roster
Jacks fine playing is a credit to St Ignatius
and the team
A veteran of two years and Captain ol
the team Ted Carney is another stellar player
Teds experience has provided the morale
necessary to further the cause of winning
games His playing will be remembered by
those who follow and will leave a fine name
for himself and Ignatius among players ot
other league teams
Mike Kaye one of the three members re
turning from last years team holds down the
tapes with h1s vicious forehand Mikes sup'
port was one of the main reasons that the
team did well this year His team mates
all know thev can depend on him for real
The team is also bolstered by two othel
senior court men Dan Cronin and Bob Foley
Both are mainstays Their adept handling ot
the racket won them favorable acclaim from
one and all
Junior Frank Hennesseys xigorous cnthus
earn him an important spot next Veal
Tremendous interest has been shown bx
Juniors Bauer Speranza Ladomato Robinson
and Augustyniewlcz while underclassmen Bat
taglla Chenicek Thomas Tlpl and Duzansky
drill the fundamentals with success Othcis
reaching for positions on future squad rosters
are quite promising also They are Sophs Di
Giovanni Conway and Muelleman and Frosh
Scarpaci and Amato
EDITORS NOTE Author Tom Foley has
also contributed much by way of interest and
talent to our small but decidedly competent
tennis team Tom and his brother Bob for
example fought out single handed victories
against Loyola Academy last April 25th and
then Joined together in a doubles match to
defeat the best combination plavers Loyola
could put on the court
As we go to press the team record is
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The rejuvenated St Ignat1us sw1mn11ng team
IS just two years old In actualxty th1s has
been ltS fxrst recent year of league compet1
tlon After an almost tradltlonally slow start
the swlmmers qu1ckly rounded 1nto a well
balanced squad Ample ev1dence of hovu
rap1dly they developed IS had from the results
of the meets llsted elsewhere on th1s page
In the flrst Leo meet the Junlor squad lost
Leo 48 9 The sen1or team lost 1ts f1rst Leo
meet by twenty one pomts lost the second
by only two po1nts and then beat Leo 1n the
C1ty champ1onsh1p to f1n1sh 1n the f1rst d1Vl
slon of the Cathol1c League placlng f1fth
among ten entrants The Jumors were s1xth
1n the1r d1v1s1on
Th1s year s captams were La1dley and Jacob
sen of the sen1or and Jumor teams respectwe
ly Ihe too sco1e1s on the sen1o1 squad Welt
La1dley T Kelly Baldw1n and Brmkman
Outstandmg among the Jumors were Lamont
Jacobsen Albert and Cappellettl
In the Sen1or C1ty Meet La1dley took fourth
1n the 50 yard free style The 200 yard relay
team of Lamont Jacobsen Kelly and La1dley
placed a surprxsmg th1rd The Junlor C1ty
Meet saw Jacobsen take s1xth 1n the 50 yard
tree style The medley team of Albert
Lamont and Cappellettl also f1n1shed s1xth
Phe 200 yard relay team COIlblbI.lI1g of Lamont
and Jacobsen captured fourth place Prospects
look especlally good for next vear as only foul
senlors w1ll be lost by graduatmn Comlng
back Wlll be such prom1s1ng men as J bulhvan
T Cron1n Br1nkman Cloonan P Gordon
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Hard dr1v1ng track teams have long been
the boast of St Ignatxus Perhaps the reason
IS that conslstent 1nd1v1dual effort and rugged
tfalnlng pay off 1n thls type of competltlon
more than ln the fortultous clashes of the
grldlron and the hardwood Perhaps t
just the natural talent of many for the cmdex
path and the sawdust Yet wlthout a doubt
the greatest smgle factor m the tonslstent
productxon of such teams has been the expert
handllng of Dr Ralph J Mallllard Whatever
success we enjoy thls year IS d1rectly attrxbut
able to hlm and to the hard work put forth
by the tracksters themselves
Lets take a look at some of the names on
the roster A relay squad COl"lSlStlIlg of J1m
brooks B111 Goodman B111 Melvm Jullus
Gylys Max Muchowlcz and Len Belmonte was
an lmportant factor to the team as a whole
They faced such opposxtlon as St Leo St
Mel St George De Paul Austm and Crane
and also ran 1n the Loyola Relays
J1m Sheehan successfully tested h1s ab1l1ty
1n the m1le along w1th J1m MCGUIYS and
George Cullen who also doubled 1n the half
m1le w1th Kavanaugh Bob McGu1re and Joe
Devereux Jerry and Pat Mclnerny along
wlth Ken Neff and J1m Kane hlt the twelve
foot mark 1n thelr roles as pole vaulters
B111 Helse showed gleat prom1se ln the hlgh
Jump throughout the season J1m Paul and
Ray Bauer also dlsplayed great talent ln th1s
department Muscle men George Groble Jack
Gaffney and Greg Zeman are expected to
dom1nate the shot put 1n the c1ty competltlon
as we go to press B111 Melvm J1m Brooks
and George Cullen surpassed the twenty foot
mark nn the broad Jump
Jack Nowlan who was a polnt wxnner as a
hurdler ln the cxty champlonshlp last year
repeated agam thls year B111 Hagerty and
B1ll Brooks also earned d1v1dends from the
same source Jumors Tom Sturr Dave Davm
and semor B111 Lawler demonstrated top form
as hurdlers The Junlors shoulo prove a valu
able contmgent 1n thls category next sprmg
Th1s year s tracksters have taken thelr place
among the greats developed by Coach Ralph
Mallhard over the past two decades Thelr
story IS wr1tten and w111 hve a remmder to
us all of splrlted athletxc competltlon as the
years go on
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The w1ll1ngness to learn comb1ned w1th
the ab1l1ty and exper1ence of the sophomores
has resulted 1n a well balanced Junlor D1v1
s1on team that has been hard to beat
St Ignat1us th1nclads major test th1s season
was the Loyola Relays ln wh1ch thev routed
all other compet1t1on They tallled seventy
one po1nts to the forty two reglstered bv the
second place squad from De Paul
Outslde of league compet1t1on Art Inz1ga
and Jlm Lyons proved the1r ab1l1ty as dlstance
men along w1th Donovan and Ducar J1m
Prah Boyle Mlke G1ll Tom Walsh and
Hanley are unsurpassed 1n the s1x slxth yard
Boyle Jacobsen Ryan Dunne and Somone
make up a half m1le relay team that has been
showmg 1ts heels to all compet1t1on through
out the season
La Rue Bob Anderson Blernat and Brlatta
handled the hurdles w1th the ablllty of pro
fess1onals Ed Hoyle lS one of the best pole
vaulters 1n many years here at St Ignat1us
Ed has alreadv atta1ned the n1ne foot level
no mean feat for the Jumor d1v1s1on' Brlatta
and MUChOWlCZ have also shown conslderable
ab1l1ty 1n th1s department
Bob Anderson IS w1thout doubt one of the
best broad jumpers 1n the league and Tom
Dunne has also exh1b1ted cons1derable 8bllltY
1n the same sphere
Shot putters N1x Scott Armonda and WIYIZ
d1d a f1ne Job holdmg up the1r department 1n
All 1n all the Jumor Track season was th1s
year as 1n the past a tremendous success
both from the standpomt of 1nter school meets
and from that of 1nd1x1dual development of
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Bx 'VORB SI ONE 52
A fellovx by the name of Brownlng once
Sdld It IS f1tter belng sane than mad
course thlg holds true ln most lnstances but
m thls column oh well On the next couple
of pages you will fmd the greatest collectlon
of xxltlclsms and humor ever assembled IU any
smgle ISSUE of any publlcatlon Wlth th1s optl
m1st1c v1ewpo1nt we plunge haphazardly into
another edltlon of POT PIE Lets begln wlth
ome subtle phllosophles
Europe lb a collectlon of countrxes w1th chlps
on thexr shoulders and none on the table
It ISHI the ICG that makes people sllp
ltS what they m1x wlth lt
Ed Note We vull pay one Alf Landon but
ton for each accepted contrxbutlon to subtle
phllosoplnes If you dont thmk your subtle
phllosophv IS good keep lt an send us an Alf
Owexdeard at an und1sc1osed umxersltx s ex
Proud Papa What w as the ha1 dest thmg you
learned 1n the past four years son"
Young Dopeful Hovx to open pop bottles
xuth a quarter
Desk Llcrk The young lady lsnt a m1nor
Brldegroom Oh no she works ln a beauty
We Xe been asked to make the followlng
publ1c seruce announcement Affable and
personable Thurman Forbush Dean of the
Umversltv requests that the portraxt of h1m
self vxhlch was stolen from the Adm1n1strat1on
Bulldlng be returned lmmedlately Thank you
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Mack What if xou haxe a trlple cpsllon
Vlr Cl'0lg'ht0ll See an eve doctor
Small Sav W1nce vsho was Hamlet
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Dont shovx wour lgnorance James s e
sald Walt untll your name IS called
We ve been asked to make the followmg
publlc servlce announcement Affable and
personable Thurman Forbush Dean of the
UDlV9TSl1N announced that he has COHflSC8tCd
the dart board IH the Beta Upsxlon Delta frater
mtx house and has returned It to lts proper
place IN the Admlnlstratxon Bulldlng Thank
Sophomore Dad dld xou knovx woure a
Father Hovx IS that
Sophomore You wont have to buy new
books for me next xear Im taklng thls wear
New Song., Department
lVIatsuoko Flelchman and hls fast rlslng or
chestra plawlng Yeast Of The Sun
You thlnk those are bad Walt t1ll you read
what comes later
Adrllepate Remember that mowne xx here lon
C hanew dld a crvlng scene
llunderpate Yeah h xxas sort ot 1 ball
Thls lb Natlonal Llme Popslcle Week Fat
a llme popslcle todav Thex re good
Woman GIYQ me two pounds of klddlex
Grocer You mean kldnex beans dont vou
VVoman Thats what I sand dldle I
Dont scorn corn These Jokes arent bad
columns ln pubhcatxons For rnstance take
Ihr IJLIIIIHIIII please
Below 15 a statement of the cost of puttmg
out thls edltlon of POT PIE
Author s Remuneratlons S it
Money spent ln F1l'1dlI'lg Orngmal Humor S00 00
Law Sult For Stealing Other Comedlans
Jokes 45678 450 00
Law Sult For Defamatlon of Certaln
Professors Character 4 balloons
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3 Txpewrtters Pavxned at S150 00 S410 00
Well as the babx bear sald when he sat on
the cake of lce mx tale IS told You ve had xt
POT PIE has run lts eourse for thrs xear
We hope vouxe enjoyed lt Remember the
Slamese balloon Jumper xx ho plawed The
Proof Is In The Puddlng Polka on the bag
plpes IS leading wlth four thousand votes so
keep those phone calls commg
Untll we meet agam nn thunder llghtmng or
ram 1ts so long
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of ROOT STUDIOS photographers 101 the
MR MARINO 'NIAZZEI .md the ANIFRII AIN
FOII PRINTINC CO fol the prmtmg of the
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