Towson Catholic High School - Hilltop Yearbook (Towson, MD)
- Class of 1947
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CATHVEDRAL OF TlHiE ASSUMIPTION
LAST November, His Excellency Michael J.
Curley quietly morked the Silver Jubilee of his instollo-
tion in the Bosilico of the Assumption, os the Arch-
bishop of Boltimore. He wos the Archbishop of Bciltimore
ond Woshington since l939 until decith colled him Moy
l6, l947. On every side within these orchdioceses ore
visible the fruits of his lcibors. During these 26 yecirs,
more thon 60 porochicil schools hove been estoblished,
Under his leodership the school stondcirds of both
dioceses hove been roised. He hos mode it his speciol
concern thcit sound Cotholic teoching, the best modern
teochingnmethods, ond ci sufficiency of physicol exercise
give his dioceses the best of schools. All these ore monu-
ments to his ordent zeol in the improvement of Cotholic
educotion, yet his nome is not inscribed on even one. He
served cis Choncellor of the Cotholic University during
these yeors, cind he hos hod oudiences with the five Popes
from Leo XIII to our present Holy Fother.
Archbishop Curley will olwciys be remembered for
his sincere love of children ond his unceosing efforts in
furthering higher educotion.
To the memory of our beloved Archbishop, whose
demise we sodly mourn, we dedicote this book with our
deep, losting oppreciotion cind ciffection for him. Moy
his soul rest in Decicel
-lo YOU, Father O'Neill, we extend our deepest gratitude
not only for your inspiration and kindness, but also for your foresight and
generosity which are shown by the numerous improvements made in the
school. We have all benefited by your zealous interest and your unceasing
guidance throughout our high schools days. To you also, we offer our
sincere wishes for success in the erection of a new high school in the
REV. MYLES J. McGOWAN
Spirituol Director of the
Alumni Associotiori oricl So-
REV. FRANCIS A. WEIGAND
Moderotor ot the Altor Boys
ond Director ot the Church
Teom Bosketboll Leogue.
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SISTER MARY ZACI-IARIA, MA
Dear Sister Zacharia,
We Seniors of 1947 would like
June 1, 1947
to take advantage of
this opportunity to express our profound appreciation of
your generosity and kindness to us
When we first arrived at Towson Catholic, we felt
strange and out-of-place. Your understanding and interest
in our welfare helped us to fit into the routine of high
school life, and made us feel we really belonged.
As Sophomores, we became more
confident, and conse-
quently more liable to find ourselves in trouble. How-
ever, you understood that it was only human to err, and
in this respect we must have seemed extraordinarily human
when we found ourselves rightfully in the Junior room,
we began to realize that our high school careers were half
over. It then occurred to most of
that without your continuous help,
so well prepared for the remainder
the road of education.
Now, as the graduating class,
past four yearsg and we are struck
that your constant assistance when
us for the first time,
we would not have been
of our journey along
we look back upon the
with the realization
we were in need, and
your encouragement when we were discouraged, have prepared
us excellently for the future and for the world of to-
In you we feel we have an understanding friend always.
We beg God's blessing upon you forever.
The Graduates of '47 g
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SISTER MARY LEONITA, AB.
UNDER THE efficient guidance at
Sister M. Leonita, we have wrestled with and
conquered numerous problems in algebra,
geometric theorems and trig functions. In
addition to these scholastic achievements,
and in lighter vein, we owe to Sister a special
"thank you" for the enjoyable Senior-Junior
Prom ot May l946.
That night of nights, in formal attire,
happy boys and girls "tripped the light tan-
tastic" to Carl Hamilton's Orchestra. The
gymnasium, transformed into Q fairy land ot
rainbow hues, made our hearts leap up with
SISTER MARY JULIUS M.A.
-l-o YOU, Sister M. Julius, our Senior
homeroom teacher, we offer our most sin-
cere gratitude, not only for teaching us Re-
ligion, Latin and French, but principally for
instilling into our hearts a love for and ap-
preciation ot beautiful music.
Our high school days would have been
dull without the pleasant interruptions of
musicales, Christmas plays, and yearly
operettas. We realize now that "music hath
charms to soothe" and we shall never forget
the imagnanimous part you played in our
young lives to make us noble men and
May Christ Who said, "They that in-
struct others unto justice shall shine as stars
for all eternity," be your reward.
SISTER JOSEEITA MARIA, AB.
-I-wo YEARS ago we were under your
guidance, peering into microscopes, which revealed
to us so many of Cod's secrets. Since then
you have capably instructed us in our commercial
subjects, and endeavored to prepare us for suc-
cessful business careers. Last, but not least, you
have been our life saver, for when tired and fam-
ished after a hard practice in the gym, you have
graciously opened the doors of the cafeteria
where we quenched our thirst and satisfied our
appetites. For all this, we thank you.
SISTER MARY CAMILLA, M.A.
SISTER M. CAIMILLA, we take this oppor-
tunity to welcome you to our beloved school.
Since you are a recent member of our faculty, we
never had the pleasure of having you as our
teacher, but we do know that our younger school-
mates have enjoyed your Religion, English, Biol-
ogy and Art classes. ,
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SISTER ROSE MERCEDES, AB.
-l-HROUGH your earnest endeavors we have
traveled through foreign lands and have toured
the United States. We have become acquainted
with famous characters and their achievements in
your History classes, which we found to be broad-
ening, enlightening and interesting.
Our library also has afforded us reading de-
lights through your constant supply of the latest
books. Thanks a lo., Sr. Rose Mercedes.
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AL BARTHELME came to Towson
Catholic as our Athletic Director early last
August. He immediately set to work with
the boys, practicing tor long hours in the hot
summer, to build up our football team. As
the basketball season approached, he began
the task at coaching us in this sport, leading
us to victory in New York City as well as in
our own league games.
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MISS CASSAN DRA MUDD
WHILE THE Sisters were endeavoring
to mold our characters and intellects, you,
Miss Mudd, our Athletic Director, were hard
at work developing our physical traits. You
instructed us for four years in vigorous cal-
isthenics. Many exciting intra-mural soft-
ball, volleyball, soccer, basketball and bad-
minton games were enjoyed.
We shall particularly remember you for
your hard work and enthusiastic interest in
our basketball team which you capaibly led
through long hours of grim practice to vic-
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DOROTHY DAICIER PATRICIA O'NEILL
DOROTHY DANIELS C-ERTRUDE
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These seniors show mingled ex-
pressions of confidence and doubt in
a discussion of a previous examina-
tion. Left to right: Helena Eck, Fred
Emm, Carroll Caslin, Rose Marie El-
lis, Bill Haverstick, Patsy Bruns, Jim
Metzbower, Frances Schafer.
"Who knows what happened in
l862?" Four senior girls do a little
extra research for an oral quiz in
American History. Left to right:
Anne Warwick, Mary Agnes Salty-
siak, Marguerite Could, Beatrice
Dorothea Bliss and Anne Greene
discuss with Father O'Neill the im-
provements made on the Athletic
field, and they express the students'
appreciation of his generosity.
"Hurry, let me see the third para-
graphl" A group of studious seniors
are taking advantage of a last-minute
look before a big afternoon test.
Left to righteifirst row: Helen Eck,
Gertrude Pugh. Second row: Evelyn
Hellman, Emily Mercer, Dorothy Dai-
ger, Patricia Jordan.
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THE WORD HAS LAID A CORNERSTONE
OF CATHOLIC PHILOSOPHY IN OUR SOULSQ
A FOUNDATION STRONG ENOUGH TO
WITHSTAN-D THE EVILS OF MATERIAL-
ISMQ AN EDIFIICE WELL GROUNDED IN
THE ARTS AND SCIENCES, BUT FIRMLY
CONSTRUCTED WITH TIHE PRINCIPLES OF
A CATHOLIC EDUCATION, SO THAT OUR
LIGHT WILL SIHINIE BEFORE MEN.
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Sophomore seomstresses sew swift
straight seams under the supervision
of Sr. Josefito Moria. Left to right:
Mory Clynes, Dorothy Jacobs, Agnes
Arnold, and Virginio Hickcox taking
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This picture portrays a class
in 20th Century Bookkeeping.
At the board is Dorothy Cam-
ble pointing out the various
intricacies of a working trial
Here is the Geometry class
under the direction of Sr.
Mary Leonita. At the board
are Stanley Reider, Lawrence
Hess, Mary Patrick, Katherine
Sr. Julius teaches our Jun-
iors the art of telling time in
French. Edward Hoeck and
Mary Paitrick seem to enjoy
this period as they discuss the
difficulties of mastering the
These informal shots, taken in the lab,
captured the apparent delight of the Chem-
istry students viewing the film on Bohr's
Theory of Electrons. At the projector are
Stanley Reider, John Crimes and Carrol Wills
with their instructor, Sr. Mary Zacharia.
The chemistry class is now
absorbed in the experiment
involving the preparation of
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The Senior Academic class pauses
in the midst of translating French
phrases to examine the work on the
blackboard. The camera snaps the
friendly expressions of Anne Green,
Isabel Rudiger, Alice Arthur.
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Dorothea Bliss is busily engaged in the
manipulotion ot the adding machine, while
our twins, Patricia and Margaret Bruns, will-
ingly lend their service after school hours to
mimeograph the weekly Church Bulletin.
A group ot future secretaries gather in
the library to perfect their tiling technique,
and to become better acquainted with the
numerous methods involved in this tedious
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THE LAMP OF PROVIDENCE GUIDED OUR FOOTSTEPS
TO TOWSON CATHOLIC, ITS RAYS CONTINUED TO INFIL-
TRATE THROUGH OUR ACTIVITIES HERE. IT HANDED US
FIRST THE TORCH OF LEARNING. THAT, HOWEVER, IS NOT
SUFFICIENT FOR MAN'S FULL DEVELOPMENT. SO, IN THE
RAYS WHICH REFLECT CIHIRIST'S LIFE AND TEACHING, WE
CAUGHT THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THIE FACT THAT SECULAR
KNOWLEDGE WITHOUT SPIRITUAL EMBODIMENT, IS OF
NO VALUE FOR OUR ETERNAL DESTINY. HENCE, OUR
SPIRITUAL PROGRAM WAS ENRICHED BY A STUDY OF RE-
LIGION, RETREAT, SODALITY, DEVOTION TO OUR LADY.
THE DIFFUSED RAYS OF THY LAMP PENETRATED OUR
AESTHETIC SENSE, MAKING US EAGER TO DEVELOP OU-R
CURTURAL TASTES - ART, MUSIC, DRAMA, JOURNALISM,
SONG AND DANCE. WHAT OPPORTUNITIES WERE OURS
FOR THE MERE ASKING!
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Officers and committees of Our
Blessed Lody's Sodality as they report
their monthly activities at the regular
meeting held the last Wednesday of
each month. Left to right, first row:
Patricia O'Neill, Emily Mercer, Dorothy
C. S. M. C. representatives who at-
tend the monthly meetings and in-
form the students of the new business
and plans of the organization are pic-
tured above. These initials stand for
"Catholic Students' Mission Crusade,"
whose purpose it is to interest young
people in the Catholic missions all
over the world. Left to right, first
row: Rose Mary Flannery '48, Anne
Warwick '47, second row: Mickey
Ruth '50, Anne Mooney '49,
Daiger, Alice Arthur, Anne Warwick,
Beatrice Philibert, Barbara McCrystle,
Isabel Rudigier, Patricia Jordan. Second
row: Kenneth Kleiber, James Metz-
bower, William Haverstick, John Cod-
win, Paul Pratt, Richard Rubeling.
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This scene is an ordinary custom - the crowning
of Our Lady during the month of May. The May
Queen is Ann Warwick and her two attendants are
Mary Mountcastle, and Mary Virginia Packard.
Alice Arthur read the Act of Consecration, Her at-
tendants are Jane Lears and Susan Will.
t, Mheld JONUOYY in les
The annual refliliied by The .Rel Shigrre-
and 22' WGS Con hope the truif Ol row
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Catholic Book Week was ushered
in with a display of Catholic litera-
ture, prepared by various students
possessing artistic talent. Under the
direction of Mary Jane Flaherty, Sen-
ior librarian, and Dorothy Daiger of
the Catholic Truth Committee, it
proved to be very successful.
Sr. Rose Mercedes' favorite librar-
ians are busy mending books, adjust-
ing files, and arranging displays for
the student body. Left to right, stand-
ing: James Flaherty '50, David Kil-
chenstein '50, Dorothy Cafmble '48,
Rose Comes '48, Seated: Mary Jane
Flaherty '47, Mary Connor '48, Ruth
"PANCE LINCUA, CLORIOSl"
Listen to the hallowed strains of
the choir as it wends its way through
the Church in the annual Holy Thurs-
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most recent issue of the paper, Left to right, circle: Evelyn Heilman, Ger-
trude Pugh, Alice Arthur, Dorothy Daniels, Anne Green, Madeline Born-
horn, Dorothy Daiger, Mary Jane Flaherty, Patricia Jordan. Standing: Lois
Reed, lsabel Rudigier, Barbara McCrystle, Fred Ernrn, Mary Jean Hawkins,
Beatrice Philibert, Patricia O'Neill, Emily Mercer, Anne Warwick.
Evelyn Heilrnan and Patricia Jordan, Owl
business managers, have a short interview
with Helena Eck before leaving for Roe-
buck's with "The Owl."
To in mow--
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!fN'1 i g, Rev, Myles McGowan'
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WHY THE Chimes Rang" was the
pay selected by the Dramatic Club as
the traditional Christmas entertainment
e two lads, Holger and Steen, are wait-
ing to attend the Christmas service at th
Cathedral in eager anticipation of hearing
the chimes ring - an event which has not
happened for years, and will not happen
according to tradition until the pro er
gift is offered to the new-born King. Cir-
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standing: Regina Losinski, Pamela Hennegan, Anne Warwick, Patricia Ann
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horn, Annette Bieckert, Cecilia Malloy, Leonard,Francis, William Haver-
stick, Carroll Caslin.
old woman who wanders into their hut,
and thus will miss the Christmas service.
As they sit in the shadows of the hut
praying, a faint light begins to glow be-
hind them, the back wall of the hut van-
ishes, and in its place appears a vision
of the Cathedral altar. One by one the
people offer their gifts to the priest, but
still the Chimes fail to ring. Holger, at
the command of the Old Woman, takes '
out his few shining pennies and offers f
them to the Priest. Almost instantane- '
ously, the organ music ceases, and the
chimes peal forth, mingled with the ether-
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Bebe and her dancers from the Folies Bergere execute a graceful ballet
at the garden entertainment. Kneeling, left to right: Alice Arthur, Isabel
Rudigier, Madeline Bornhorn, and Barbara McCrystle. Standing, left to
right: Patricia O'Neill, Dorothy Daiger, Marguerite Could lbebei, Arlene
Davis. and Elinor Kolfmles.
Fancbette lNlorie Pieperl and
Nanette lfvluriel Robinson? es,
cort tlfie wealthy American,
Hiram Bent CFred Emrni to the
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soidiers as they salute their
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finale of the second act.
"What kind of a fortune will
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WHAT PART OF THE BODY IS MORE SUBJECT TO
DISCIPLINE, TRAINING, EXERCISE THAN MY FEET IN THE
PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT OF 'PHE ANATOMY? WHAT
SPORT COULD BE THOROUGHLY IINDULGED IN UNLESS MY
FEET WERE TRAINED TO CARRY MY BODY WHERESOEVER
MY MIND DIRECTED IT? FOR A WELL ROUNDED 'EDUCA-
TION WE CHOSE SPORTS AS A LEGITIMATE OUTLET FOR
SURPLUS ENERGY, AS A BALANCE FOR THE MORE SERIOUS
ASPECTS OF SCHOLASTIC ENDEAVOR. BUT WHO CAN
ENJOY CLEAN SPORTSMANSHIP WITHOUT AUTOMATIC-
ALLY DEVELOPING VIRTUES OF JUSTICE, C'LEANLINESS,
RESTRAINT, SELF-CONTROL ANID FAIR PLAY? CONSE-
QUENTLY, IN THE EFFULGENT RAYS OF THY LAMP OUR
FEET WERE DIRECTED INTO THE BY-PATHS OF PHYSICAL
EDUCATION WITH ACIHIEVEMENTS OF WHICH T., C. CAN
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This is a picture of our athletic field which has been recently
improved for all types of athletic activities, through the kindness
and foresight of Rev. Father O'lNeill. The field is approximately
l4O yards by 70 yards, and is considered one of the best planned
fields of its kind in the city. This year, for the first time, it was put
to extensive use, being the scene of many exciting football games.
Coach Al Barthelme fcenterl regards with satisfaction the victorious
results of the season's basketball tilts, From left to right, the officers are:
Paul Pratt, secretary, Bob Ruth, president, Al Barthelme, coach, Eddie
Hoeck, treasurer, Francis Huegelmeyer, vice-president.
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Miss Cassandra Mudd fcoachl holds an
informal meeting of the Girls' Athletic
Officers to discuss the entrance of
our B-Ball teams into the Catholic
Girls' Scholastic Association
tzqs League. Left to right: Lois
Reed, president, Gertrude
Pugh, secretary, Cassandra
Mudd, coach, Jeanne
Emily Mercer, treas-
This is our pre-season line-up, but Coach Al Barthelme made
Coach Al Barthelme began organizing
"Hilltop" manpower early in August in
preparation for the Owls first season of
For the first three weeks in August,
Barthelme stressed basic formations and
fundamentals. Finally, when the boys
showed signs of mastering fundamental at-
tack and defense plays, Barthelme opened
the season against St. Joe Residents.
St. Joe Residents, 26, Towson Catholic, 'I4
St. Joe Residents proved to be too
tough a nut for the green Owl attack to
crack. Starting out fast, St. Joe whipped
across two duck soup scores which proved
to 'be the margin of victory. Late in the
final quarter, Chick Scrivener tossed
touchdown passes to Anderson and Vaugh-
an, but even after Vaughan added two
points from placement, the game was
over with St. Joe on top by l2 points.
The team went into hiding the following
week preparing for St. Paul's.
Towson Catholic, 20, St. Paul, 'I8
Uncorking a brilliant passing game,
the Owls rode to victory over the crusad-
ers via the passing arm of Chick Scrive-
ner. Ballhawk Hogan leaped on a Cru-
sader fumble early in the first quarter
to account for the first score of the go-me.
Vaughan added the points from place-
mnnt ln tlno cf:-rnnrl niinrtnr nn inQr1irPr'l
QQ several changes before the season got under way. Bottom row, left
to right: Scrivener, Anderson, Williams, Noppenberger, Emm, Hoeck,
Caslin. Top row, left to right: Hogan, Rubeling, Huegelmeyer, Cod-
win, Clay, Parks, Mudd, Haverstick, Coach Al Barthelme.
Crusader team took the field and by half-
time led the Owls by a score of l8 to 8.
The second half started out fast with
Scrivener tossing touchdown passes to An-
derson and Hoeck. Scrivener's pass to
Hoeck, which incidently covered 5l yards,
was completed with only fourteen seconds
to play and meant the margin of victory
for the Owls.
Boys' Latin, 46, Towson Catholic, 24
Starting out fast the Owls led the
mighty Boys' Latin l2 to 8 at the first
quarter, but were unable to meet the fury
of the varied attack of the Latins. Ander-
son, Hoeck, Scrivener, and Vaughan ac-
counted for a touchdown apiece. The ex-
perience picked up was worth the whip-
ping. Everyone looked forward to the St.
Towson Catholic, 53: St. Martin's 'I2
Barthelme's Owls ran rough shod over
Cl St. Martin's team which, like ourselves
was putting in its first year of conference
play. Owl backs, O'Connell, Scrivener and
Parks ran wild against the out-classed
St. Martin's grid team, scoring l2 points
each. Owl captain, Bernie Anderson,
added 9 to the swelling score, while, Hoeck
and White came through in the last quar-
ter with a touchdown apiece.
Spirit was high during the intervening
six days while we waited to tackle St. Joe's
Coach Al Barthelme explains a
complicated lateral play which he
first used successfully against St. Joe
Residents. Even water boy, Larry
Donohue, manages to concentrate
momentarily, as Barthelme shows
pattern of play on the ground.
Boys' Latin, 52, Towson Catholic, 20
St. Joe's Day gaime was called off on
account of impossible playing conditions.
ln the next game against Boys' Latin
the Catholic offense started fast with
Chick Scrivener lobbing a 45 yard pass
to Bernie Anderson in the end zone.
Vaughan added the extra point. ln the
middle of the second quarter the Latin
attack started to roll and amassed 26
points by halftime. ln the final half,
O'ConneIl came through for a touchdown
on a pass from Scrivener. The last play
of the game Bill Haverstick hauled down
a desperate Scrivener pass to score, but
the vaunted Latin attack had done its
work well, amassing 26 points a half to
hand the Catholics their toughest after-
noon of the season.
The squad dug in and determined to
do a job on St. Joe Residents.
St. Joe Residents, 56: Towson Catholic, 26
On a sloppy field at St. Joe, the Owls
put in a pretty rough afternoon. The resi-
dent attack had attained its peek while
the Owls were struggling along on an
Call for water: Owl center, Hogan, calls
time out. On the ground, left to right:
Owl right end, LaHatte, fullback, O'Con-
nell, center, Hogan, halfback, Williams,
and waterboy, Lawrence Donohue.
Chick Scnivener and his magic
arm get one away to Archie Vaughan.
This was a familiar sight at mid-
season, since Coach Al Barthelme
spread his offense in order to take
better advantage of a hopped up
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The passing combination of Scrivener
to Anderson was good for a touchdown
in every quarter except the last when
Scrivener heaved a 46 yard aerial to
Archie Vaughan. Vaughan promptly add-
ed two points from placement, but the
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Ciaels enjoyed Q field day at t e exp
of the Owls. This victory put St. Joe's
Residents in third place.
Confidently the Owls looked forward to
the St. Martin's rematch.
St. Martin's, 247 Towson Catholic, 18
The St. Martin's win over Towson Cath-
olic was looked upon in scholastic circles
as the biggest upset in the league. Con-
fidently expecting to drift to an easy vic-
tory, the Catholics were amazed to run
into a St. Martin's team that was sud-
denly tough. The game started out much
' ' ver
as suspected with Hoeck plunging o
from the three to open the bidding at six.
I eemingly no time, Scrivener had tossed
to Anderson to account for another score.
Then St. Martin's got tough and crosse
the Catholic goal line three times by half-
time to head us l8 to l2. At the begin-
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footed St. Martin's back scooted an end
for 30 yards and the final score to com-
plete "the" upset of the six-man season.
With deflated ego Barthelme's grid-
ders waited for the final game of the
season with St. Joe's Day.
St. Joe's Day, 425 Towson Catholic, 26
On the bitter note of defeat the Cath-
olics ended their first year of organized
football in the Latin ruled six-man league.
The best passing combination of the
league fScrivener to Andersonl supplied
almost entirely the Towson Catholic scor-
ing punch amassing l8 points. Vaughan
ran a kick-off back for the final Owl
pointer and then added two points from
placement. But St, Joe's Gaels proved a
little too much for the tiring Catholics.
Running up 3l points in the last half, St.
Joe walked away with the final game of
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the Jay Vee's is not in this picture. Bottom row, left to right: Ruth, O'Brien,
Bolton. Top row: Bermel, O'Connell, St. Ledger, Vaughan, Scrivener, Coach
SUMMARY OF BOYS' B-BALL GAMES
Towson Catholic High School completed its l946-47 basketball season
in winning style, winning 20 and dropping 7. The Owls rolled up an im-
pressive l,l84 points, allowing its opponents 747 points in 26 games.
The Owls were beaten by St. Joe twice, St. Paul, Calvert Hall, McDonogh,
Poly, and Bayport of Long Island.
ln the B Conferences, Towson Catholic met no opposition, beating School
of Printing by 53 points, Park by 38, and in the championship game beating
Friends 'by 35 points. Boys' Latin, who had dropped from the B Conference
because of lack of competition, were beaten by the Owls, 40-32, thus,
the Owls proved themselves the real champions of the B Conference.
Among the 20 teams that went down to defeat at the hands of Owls
were: City, Ciilman, and Loyola College B Squad. The Collegians being
the toughest opponents of the lot, for the Owls ecked out a close 25-24
Leading the Owls' assault for the season were: center man, John
St. Ledger who garnered 245 points for the campaign, closely followed by:
Pete O'Brien with 2Ol points, Tommie Vaughan with l6O points, Chick
Scrivener with l42 points, Eddie Bermel with l45 points, Cene Shue with
54 points, Micky Ruth with 60 points, and Richard O'Connell with 8 points
and S. Bolton, now in the Marines, with l52 points.
Looking back at the records, the Owls find themselves with 2 cham-
pionships in Maryland and the Norman Green Award, symbolic of the
North-South Catholic High School Championship played between Towson
Catholic and Seton Hall of Long Island. The Owls scored a 33-22 victory,
to win the first gaime of the series. Next year, Seton Hall will travel to
Towson, to play the Owls.
When Towson Catholic beat their old rivals, Towson High, they won
the Mythical Championship of Towson, and la trophy which will be put
in play annually until one team has won it three years in succession, at that
time, the trophy will be retired. This gives added zest and ght to the
playing of this annual game between the two schools.
On February 24, the Owls put the clincher on the B Conference Cham-
pionship, outclassing its rivals in every phase of the game, with Bermel,
St. Ledger, and O'Brien sharing scoring honors, with i0 markers apiece.
Once again, the Owls' defense proved too much for its opponents.
Rev. Father O'Neill looks at the trophies won during the current basket-
ball season. Team captain, Pete O'Brien, second from right, offers the
trophy won while the team toured New York State, Archie Vaughan offers
Father the trophy signifying the TOWSON championship. Bob Ruth and
Coach Al Barthelme, look on.
These hard working
Jay Vees ran up a vic-
torious season. Bottom
row, left to right: Wat-
son, Michael, Cabo,
Shue lVarsity advancel,
Parks. Back row, left to
right: Butt, Hoeck,
Schuch, Mudd, Wills,
i v. CHAMPS
OWLS WIN "NORMAN GREEN AWARD"
Towson Catholic defeated the Seton Hall High School of Long Island
by a score of 33-22, thereby 'bringing back to Maryland the "Norman
Green Award," symbolic of the North-South Catholic High School Cham-
pionship. This game, one of many that will be played in t-he future, brings
together basketball styles of the North and the South.
The opening quarter found the Owls with a comfortable 8-2 lead
and at the half time rest period still leading by a score of I6-8. In the
third quarter, however, the Seton Hall basket-teers solved the Southerners
zone defense, and barraged the baskets with many successful shots, and
at the start of the last quarter were but two points behind, the score being
20-22. But at this point the Owls changed their tactics and played
court, pressing man for man, driving their Northern opponents into many
hurried and unsuccessful passes and limiting them to one field goal, while
collecting ll markers to assure themselves of final victory.
St. Ledger and Scrivener collected I8 points between them, while
O'Brien and Bolton again played wonderful defensive basketball.
Following the game, the Sisters of Seton Hall prepared a banquet for
the players of both teams which was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
Our boys spent four days in Long Island and were received and treated
like visiting dignitaries. This is the sort of spirit that should be carried
to and from all basketball games. And next year, when Seton Hall visits
Maryland, we, also, should show these Northerners what Southern hos-
SCREECH OWLS' RECORD
Score Opponents Score Towson Catholic-75 School of Printing -28
Catholic-31 Alumni ' -I9 Towson Catholic- Poly -25
Catholic-6l St. Mary's Industrial -28 Towson Catholic- Boys' Latin -32
Catholic-53 Franklin -I6 Towson Catholic- Edgewood -22
Catholic-54 Towson -22 Towson Catholic- City College -28
Catholic-25 Loyola College B Squad-24 Towson Catholic- Sparrow's Point -28
Catholic-32 Gilman -30 Towson Catholic- McDonogh -39
Catholic-38 Mt. St. Joe -46 Towson Catholic- Bel Air -I9
Catholic-33 Bayport -38 Towson Catholic- Park -25
Catholic-33 Seton Hall -22 Towson Catholic- St. Mary's Industrial -47
Catholic-I8 St. Paul -20 Towson Catholic- Methodist All Stars -22
Catholic-29 Calvert Hall -34 Towson Catholic- Friends -I9
Catholic-62 Bel Air -30 Towson Catholic- Sparks Athletic Club -I8
Catholic-26 St. Joe -40 Towson Catholic-45 St. Michael's -26
PM gem NO. 'i7i
TOWSON CATHOLIC HIGH BEATS
The Towson Catholic High School "5"
defeated the Gilman School basketball
team, 32-30, on December l7 at Gilman,
in a contest which was close and hard
The Owls freezing the ball ran out the
clock in the closing minutes while a fren-
zied Gilman team strove, desperately, to
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Towson Catholic swamped the fighting
Edgewood High School, 90-22, on January
24 at the Towson Armory. This was the
thirteenth basketball victory for the Owls
The Varsity, in the first six minutes,
ran up 22 points to Edgewood's 2, at which
time, the starting five headed for the show-
ers, dressed, and after a farewell glance,
departed for the Winter Prom being held
at the high school.
The Jay-Vee team, with two Varsity
men, Ruth and Shue, finished the job the
Varsity had started. Micky Ruth and Gene
Shue accounted for 3 7of the 90 points
scored by the Owls. Jack Cobo was next
in line with IO markers.
TOWSON CATHOLIC BEATS CITY
Leading throughout, the Towson Cath-
olic quintet stopped City College, 4l-28,
in a non-conference game on January 28
at the City gym. Out-playing the Collegians
from start to finish the Owls were never in
danger. At this time City was leading the
Bolton, Towson Catholic forward, was
high scorer with IO points on five field
goals, while holding George Kimmett, City
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LATIN'S WINNING STREAK
The Towson Catholic High basketball
team brought Boys' Latin's winning streak
of I0 games to a screeching halt on Jan-
uary 22, on the Fifth Regiment Armory
floor, by handing them their first loss of
the season, 40-32, in a hotly contested
game which was in doubt until the last half
of the final period. Towson Catholic's three
man zone and two man, man for man,
proved Boys' Latin's undoing, as the losers
were unable to effectively penetrate the de-
fense and their outside shots failed.
Bolton and O'Brien paced the victorious
cagers by scoring l2 points apiece, while
St. Ledger, Bermel, Scrivener, and Vaughan
controlled the backboards throughout the
ST. PAUL'S LAST MINUTE BASKET
SINKS . C.
St. Paul's Crusies out-lasted the Towson
Catfholic Owls in a very close game at the
Towson Catholic using everything from
a man to man, to a 3-2 zone, held the high
scoring Crusaders to 20 points. ln the
final quarter, with a iminute and i5 sec-
onds remaining to play, Keigler scored on
a set shot to put St. Paul in the lead. But
20 seconds later the Owls' Tommie
Vaughan knotted the score on a beautiful
set shot from mid-court. Pandemonium
reigned! After an exchange of unsuccess-
shots by both teams, Heubeck let fly a
desperation shot which was partially block-
ed by John St. Ledger, but the ball was not
deflected quite enough, and dropped
through for the game winning 2 points.
Heubeck was high man, with 9 points
for the Crusies, while, Vaughan came
through with 7 points for the Owls. The
final score being 20-I8.
TOWSON CATHOLIC DEF EATS
Towson Catholic High School, showing
superior strength in winning its fourth
straight basketball victory, defeated Tow-
son High by a 54-22 count at the Towson
Armory. Towson Catholic bounced to a
half-time lead of 27-14 and was never
FRIENDS BOW T0 THE T. C. OWLS IN
Towson Catholic Wins, 54-I9 To Take B
Lzimiting theilr opponents to a single
Pete O'Brien paced the victors with 15
points and his team mate, John St. Ledger,
trailed him with 14.
For winning, the Catholic team received
a trophy given by the Towson Catholic
Alumni, which will be held for a year, when
Towson High will again try to lift it
field goal, in the second half, Towson Cath-
olic won the B Conference Championship
by decisively beating Friends School, 54-
19, on February 24 on the losers' Roland
Park court. The visitors from Towson led
by 22-12 at the half time intermission, and
then applied the scoring pressure, with 32
points, in the last 2 quarters to remove all
doubt as to the final outcome.
Previous to this encounter, the two
teams were deadlocked for leadership with
2 league victories apiece.
Eddie Bermel, John St. Ledger, and Pete
O'Brien were the pace setters, for Coach
Al Barthelme's newly crowned champions,
with 10 points apiece.
The Jim Krauter trophy was presented
to the Owls by Mr. James Krauter, a few
days after this contest,
Towson Catholic's Jay-Vee also clinched
a championship, for Friends, although set-
ting the Owls' Jay-Vee back by a 31-26
score, used three Varsity players, therefore
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Guards left to right June Cahill, Arlene Davis, Dorothy Schaech,
Jeannette Radebaugh Emily Mercer, Gertrude Pugh.
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Lois Reed, president of the Girls' Ath-
letic Association, was elected Captain of
the Varsity, in recognition of her outstand-
ing teamwork. Lois began playing basket-
ball in the grades, but it was not until her
Freshman year in High School that her
true value as a player became obvious. Her
accurate timing, her marvelous co-ordina-
tion, and 'her excellent shooting ability
have earned for her the honor of being
high scorer for three consecutive years. In
her third year of varsity play, Lois alter-
nated between guard and forward posi-
tions, thus often crippling the opponents'
score as well as building up their own. We
wish to pay tribute to a fine player, a worthy
captain, and a loyal team-mate.
Forwards, left to right: Jeanne Faisant, Mary Billingslea, Ann Mooney,
Lois Reed, Mary Hatch, Coach Miss Cassandra Mudd.
The predominating sport for girls here
at T. C. is basketball. This year the re-
sults of the season are evenly divided, with
7 victories and 7 losses. First on the list
of wins is the Alumnae, 23-I3, then Sparks
twice defeated, 40-25 and 35-I2, Park
School, 33-2l, Belair, twice 40-20 and 33-
29, and the Institute of Notre Dame, 44-33.
VARSITY WINS C. G. S. A. OPENER
The Towson Catholic C-irls' basketball
team boasted a 44-33 victory over the ln-
stitute of Notre Dame in the first game
of the newly formed Catholic C-irls' Scholas-
tic Association, on February i, in our gym.
Lois Reed's point-a-minute scoring gave
her a total of 33 points.
Notre Dame succeeded in tieing the
score at I5-I5 in the second quarter, but
Lois Reed followed through with two field
goals which put our team ahead I9-I5 at
A new zone defense put in play by the
T. C, guards enabled them to limit the
Notre Dame forwards to I8 points in the
second half, while our forwards: Billingslea,
Mooney, and Reed racked up a total of 25
OUR FRIENDLY RIVALS LOSE
In the initial fray of the season, T. C.
triumphed over the alumnae, 22-I3. The
High School team sparked by Lois Reed's
I5 points, succeeded in keeping the lead
throughout the game, the score at the half
T. C. TRAVELS
The Towson girls traveled to Sparks on
two separate occasions, to defeat the host
team 40-25 and 35-I2, Our girls proved
to be faster than the comparitively short
Sparks team, and were able to hold a safe
lead throughout both games.
THE TEAM LOSES A CLOSE ONE
In another early battle this season, the
Varsity "six" bowed to Patterson Park,
22-I9. Unused to a large court, T. C. lost
out in the first half -by registering only 2
field goals and 2 foul shots, giving the Pats
a I3-6 leeway at the half. In the final
half we outscored them, I3-9.
BELAIR TWICE DEFEATED
As the result of a trip to Bel Air, T. C.
took the latter team into camp 40-20, The
highlights of the game were the two strings
of guards, who were alternated quarter by
quarter, and allowed Bel Air only three
field goals in the first half.
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Bel Air, 33-29 in a return game on Feb-
ruary l2. The game, played in our gym,
was one of the closest of the season. Al-
though the first field goal was scored by
Bel Air, the Towson team responded with
enough points to make the half-time count
l7-9, and was never headed thereafter.
OF COURSE, WE LOST SOME . . .
In our second league game we lost to
Catholic High, 25-l l, on their court. We
also lost to Seton, 45-l4. Our other de-
feats were Patterson, 22-T9, Notre Dame
of Maryland, 30-23, Catholic High, 36-l9,
and the Institute of Notre Dame, 44-25.
TO SUM IT ALL UP . ..
The varsity has scored 382 points in
l4 games, to their opponents 396 points.
Lois Reed leads the Varsity with 2l2
points. Anne Mooney, Mary Billingslea,
Jeanne Faisant, and Mary Hatch make up
the offensive. The defense players are
Emily Mercer, Gertrude Pugh, Jeannette
Radaloaugh, June Cahill, Dorothy Schaech,
A jump is called between Jean-
'iette Radebaugh and an opposing
forward, as both cling tightly to the
Towson Catholic Varsity guards: Emily
Mercer, Gertrude Pugh, Jeannette Rade-
baugh scramble to gain possession of the
ball after an unsuccessful shot by Patter-
son Park forwards.
TOWSON CATHOLlC'S JAY VEE
The Jay Vee have not been so suc-
cessful in the games. They have won
two from Sparks and tied with Pork
l-l. They were defeated by Patter-
son, lnstitute, Catholic High and
Seton. The girls on the J.V. are all
playing their first year of basketball
except Peggy Bushman who is play-
ing her second year. They have the
fight and the spirit through every
game - win or lose. The Junior Var-
sity players, today, are our future Var-
sity players of tomorrow.
The offense players for the J. V.
are: Peggy Bushman, Judy McGinn,
Jean Beavan, and Eleanor Kohles.
The defense players are: Mary Agnes
Soltysiak, Peggy Rudigier, captain,
Ruth Puzon, Helen Anderson and
ln the first row seated, left to
right: Doris Wiseman, Timekeeper,
Dorothy Daiger, Business Manager,
Patsy Bruns, Scorekeeper. Second
row: Jean Meredith, Scorekeeper,
Patsy Jordan and Evelyn Heilman,
Left to right Barbara McCrystle Isabel Rucligier, Patsy McMahon,
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MAY THE BEAMS SEARCH OUT FOR
US THE HIDDEN PATHS OF OUR VARIOUS VOCATIONS,
WHEN THESE CALLINGS HAVE BEEN FAITHFULLY FOL-
LOWED, MAY THEY CONVERGE FINALLY INTO THE
HIGHWAY OF HEAVEN SO THAT WE, THE CLASS OF
I947, MAY MEET AGAIN AND H-EAR OUR LOVING MAS-
TER SAY TO EACH OF US, "ARISE, CLASP MY HAND,
ALICE ELIZABETH ARTHUR
Librarian, I . . . Class President, 2 . . . Presi-
dent of Latin Club, 3 . . . Our Lady's Com-
mittee, 4 . . . Fourth Page Editor "The Owl,"
4 . . . Yearbook Staff, 4.
Wavy locks . . . dry sense of humor Dick
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George's . . . stylish .
Jack. . . "Heavenly scent'
. . cokes . - . "The Big 8" . -
V Lufherville . . . Clqrq Mqe
"What say, kid?" . . . that laugh . . . "Jest and youth- I4 if , ,fl
ful joIIity" . . . "Orrie's" . . . "Baby Doll" . . . Glee ff A' 3 ffjl' A
ClubiiL9r??? - . - Marie . . - the evil habit. ffl'
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MARY MADELINE BORNHORN HMadeline" MARCELLA MARY BROWN "Toodic"
Immaculate Conception Blessed sacrament
Glee Club' 3' 4 g . l Third Page Editor U-I-he Glee Club, 4 . . . Legion of Decency, I-
0Wl", 4- Florida . . . Navy - "Where's.Jean?" - . - Com-
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legienne . . . studious . . . third page diffr-""
MARGARET MARY num ffp,,,,H PATRICIA MAY sums "Puffy"
Immaculate Conception Immaculate Conception
J-V- Basketball, I, 2 .. .Glee Club, l, 2, 3, 4. J. V. Basketball, l, 3. . .Glee Club, l, 2, 3,4.
Ardent sports fqn .. . 1-win gigfer Patsy , , , dancer , , Dry sense of humor . . . heavy coffee drinker . . .
those blue eyes - - - English??? . . . "The Big gf' , , Dottie ond I . . . Secretary . . . weekly Church Bulletin
APO . . - shiny, dork hair. - - mimeografph expert . . . . . everyb0dy's friend . . . typing whiz? . . . "The
mischievous - - - 5:00 to l0:0O typist. B59 3" - . . witty remarks . . . mother's helper.
EVELYN ANN BURTON "Evie" MARY JUNE CAHILL "June"
St. Ursula St. Ursula
Carney . . . June and Helen . . . blue eyes - - . George Varsity, 4.
- . - natural curly hair- - . quiet voice - . typing??? - - - , ,
Gront's - - - shorthand whiz . . . Parkville bus - - - Bucl ' ' ' photograph qlbum ' ' ' Dons f ' ' mum:
Lime Tavern' period??? - . . o long drank of water . . . Little Tavern
. - - "Doctor" - . - future beauticion - - - those hair-
Sfvles . . . Silver Springs . . . attractive.
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CARROL GREGORY CASLIN "Peanut" DOROTHY ELIZABETH DAIGER "Dot"
St- Jaseph's, Texas Immaculate Conception
F0Ofb0ll Team, 4 ' - - Glee Club, 4 ' - Catholic Truth Committee, 4 . . . First page
Block T-1 4' editor "The Owl", 4 . . . Business
. Manager 3 4 . . . Yearbook Staff 4 - . -
Friend to all . . . football star . . . Jeanne . . . that . ' 'V '
lime Ford - ' . fender bender Q . . personality l g g Catholic Review Column, 4 . . . CECB, 4-
QIOSSGS - - ' C0'0P9"0flVe - - -Well dressed - - - 900d QUY' Dark, wavy hair . - . concert pianist??? - . models at
HochschiId's . . . warming smile - - - "Yak, yak, yak"
' f . . - Gertie - - - future journalist - - - lettuce and toma-
' toes . . . Pittsburgh correspondent . - - basketball fan
- - - "Oh, my soul."
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DOROTHY MAY DANIELS "Reds" BETTY ADAIR DeTURKE "Betty"
Immaculate Conception St. Mary's
Glee Club, l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Cheer leader, 2 .. . J-V- Basketball, l, 2 - - - COPTOIFI Of -I-Y-1 3
Senior Class President - - . Second Page Editor . . . Glee Club, l, 2, 3, 4-
"The Owl", 4- - . - Yearbook Staff, 4- , A
Future airline hostess . . - blue eyes - - - Govans - - .
Everybody's friend, freckles . . . Al's secretary - - sweet disposition . - - Jeanne and Isabel . - - friendly to
personality plus . . . Schnaufer's . . - flaming curls - - - all . . . "The Big 8" . - . pretty hair - - - annoyin
shorthand . . . giggles . . . long telephone conversations appendix . - - basketball frustration . - . Sport Center-
- - - second page difficulties - . . Wrigley's spearrnint.
MARILYN JEAN DOUGHER "Jean" HELENA DOLORES ECK "Helena
Immaculate Conception 59- M0l'Y'S
"Where's Toodie?" . - . St- Louis drawl - . pleasant Glee Club, 4.
smlle the pmkizolgie 'QB' lhatglaglle ' 1 ' Neatness personified . . - oh! those fingernails - -
' ' ' Qrrixea Jgunior ygm, ' ' ' Q ' ' q petite . . . blue eyed blonde . . . pleasant disposition
ROSE MARIE ELLIS
Green eyes . - - Jerry -. - . short stuff . . . Bessie . - -
Aberdeen . - - "My brother" . - .
History discussionist . . . Goetze's Ba
Hutzler's - - - avid
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- - - ice cream - - . fair complexion . . . serene . -
Govans . . . conscientious . . . sweet girl.
FREDERICK MORRIS EMM "Skip"
Football Team, 4 . . . Glee Club 4.
There's a Ford in your future . . . woman lover . . .
scrounge - - . sports writer . - dungarees - . . football
fiend . . . that wavy hair . . . Nancy - . - that com-
plexion . . . Juniors Grr-r.
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JOAN ELIZABETH EVANS "Joan" JEANNE FRANCES FAISANT "Jeanne"
St. Ursula Immaculate Conception
Glee Club 4- Glee Club, 3, 4 . . . J.V- Basketball, I, 2,
V ' 3 4 . - - V' P 'd "G-A.A." 4.
Hails from Georgia . . . big eyes . . .ohl those locks Orslty' ' Ice res' em
. . . "you all!" . , , hobby: men . . . football fan . , , Sports lover - - . shorty . . - personality plus . . . those
T. C. newcomer . . . Bill . . . supports the South . . flashing black eyes . . . Curly locks . . . dry humor . , .
f'My daling' little niece" "That's a gentle sufficiency" - - - Sister Susie . . -
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MARY JANE FLAHERTY "Flats"
Class Librarian, 4 . . . Owl Reporter, 4.
Shiny chestnut hair . . . captivating smile . . . "Villa
Cresta" forever. . . Tuerke's . . - Ray . . . demure - - -
friendly manner . . . christened S- A- C -.-- cute
dresser - . - St- Ursula's football fan . . . "Where's
"The Big 8" . . . Peanut . - - happy-go-lucky.
LEONARD ANTHONY FRANCIS "Len"
glee Club, 4 . , . Legion of Decency, 4-
Thor wqye . . . the dog kennels . - - Baynesville - - -
always ready to help . . . Goetze's Barn . - - well
dressed . . . lone typist - . - iittefbl-IQ - - - Woman hate'
. . . Spanish dancer-
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JOHN ROBERT GODWIN "John" MARGUERITE YVONNE GOULD "Marguerite
Class Treasurer, 4 . . . Glee Club, 4-
Amiable . . - good student - - . avoids the women - - .
only male Latin student . . . red car of his , - - sport
coats - . - year book assistant? . - - 8 o'clock scholar
Glee Club, l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Cheer leader, 2, 3,
Peabody . - - summers in New Hampshire . . . future
ballet star . . . devilish brown eyes - . . raven locks - . -
. . . quiet . . . respectful. J , qibh Beesie, listen!" . . . plaid shirt. . . '47 Studebaker
- - -peppy cheerleader - . - Stoneleigh , . . peaches and
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ANNE CORNELIUS GREEN "Anne" wu.uAM HENRY HAvERs1'icK "Bill"
Legion of Decency, l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Librqriqnl
l - . - Class Secretary, 3 . . . Drgmgfic Club,
2 - - - Glee Club, 2, 3, 4 . , . Edifgr "The
Owl", 4 . . - CSMC, l, 2 . . . CECB, 4,
The T09 - - . Dark lipstick . . . "You d0n't know" . . .
'Where's Peggy" . . . those big blue eyes . . . Blondie
. . . cheerful disposition . . . future Florence Nightingale
- . - Towson librarian . . . the evil hqbit . . . baby bob,
Glee Club, 4 . . . J.V- Basketball, 2, 3 - -
Football Team, 4-
Miles ot smiles - - . where's Paul? . . . football - -
convertible - - - "that's what l like about the South"
. . . French? . . . reindeer sweater - - - great lover . -
Beaver . . . wheel.
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MARY JEAN HAWKINS "Jeanne" EVELYN PATRICIA HEILMAN "Pat"
Immaculate Conception St. Mary's
Owl Reporter, 4- Glee Club, 3, 4 - . - Business Manager "The
Ardent reader - - - avid historian . . . never misses a owl ' 4'
movie . . -wavy black tresses - - - "Theresa and l" - - . Sincere . . . Dodge ball . . - St- Mary's parish . . . full
helpful - - - Commercial student - . - ambition: writer of fun . - . future dress designer - - . good natured
. . . Rodgers Forge - . - conscientious . - - industrious. . . . helpful . . . Govans football loyalist . . . Patsy
- . - extra large coke . - - Kansas correspondent-
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FRANCIS JOSEPH HUEGELMEYER "Heugie" KENNETH ALBERT KLEIBER "Kenny"
St- Mary's Govans Immaculate Conception
Dramatic Club, 3, 4 - - - Glee Club, l, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club, 3, 4 - - . J-V- Basketball, 2 - . -
- , . Football Team, 4. Class Treasurer, 3-
Bowling alleys - - - "wait a minute Sister" - - - French Miniature Mechanic - - . Pittsburgh - . . poetry lover
star? - . . teases the women - - - lunchtime dancer . . . . . . Frances - - - ice cream fiend fClark's that isl
short curly hair - . - operetta lover . . . Harmless - - - . . . Short 51-uff . . , personality - - - Nash - . - Tawney's
"Where's Hose?" - - . Moose- . . . Trig whiz --
BARBARA NEALE McCRY5TLE "Barb"
Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4 . . . J-V- Basketball, l
. . . Cheerleader, 3, 4 . . . Social Committee,
4 - - . Reporter "The Owl", 4-
Cameo profile . . . T.C- loyalist . . . "Trips the light
fantastic" . . . "The Big 8" - - . Marlin, Pa. . , . "Yea
Team!l!" . - - Doc McC ----- choufferette - - . Pep-
sodent smile - - - "Baby Doll.'
EMILY BRENT MERCER "Em"
Varsity, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club, 3, 4 . . . Publi-
city Committee, 4 . . . Treasurer "G.A.A."
4 . . . Artist, "The Owl," 4 . . . year-
book Staff, 4.
Originality . . . artist deluxe . . . "Oh, my goodness!"
. . . aperetta scenery . . . Hutzler's . . , Lois
. . . those long telephone conversations . . . unusual
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PATRICIA ANNE McMAHON
Clee Club, 4 . . . Cheerleader, 4.
PQ.-kville , . . H202 - - - always smiling - - . "But
Sister!" . . . snappy dresser . . . Current Events Club
. . . bangs . . . Hot Shoppe . . . swimming star
. . . wavy locks . . . Mt. St. Joe fan.
JAMES CHARLES METZBOWER
St- Mary's, Govans
J-V- Basketball, 2, 3 - - - Captain, 3 - - - Golf,
l, 2, 3, 4-
French whiz - . . brown eyes - . . reliable . - - basket-
ball . . . future at 'Loyola . . . likes Math . . . Veteran
. . . Virginia . . . Golf links . . . Wick.
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PATRICIA RUTH 0'NEILL "Pat" KATHERINE PATRICK "Kathleen"
st' Ursula Blessed Sacrament
President French Club, 4 . . . Glee Club 4 6199 Club, 2, 3, 4.
- . - Eucharistic Committee, 4. 4
4 Loves to dance - . - jitterbug - . - Cahill - - - BIGSS-ed
Parkville 'belle . . . creamy complexion . . . quizzical Sacrament , . . green eyes , . . "Where's Salty" . . .
GYEIDVOWS - - - "D0f"k6Y 59feI'1Gd9" - - - "Pssst" . . . "My little sister" . . . Govans gad-about . . . Bob.
luscious brown eyes . . . Widow's peak . . . "Baby
DOll" . . . "Wl'1eI'e'S R6dS?" . . . dry sense Qf humor
. . . "For corn Sake!"
BEARTRICE EUGENIA PHIILBERT "Beesie" MARIE ELIZABETH PIEPER "Piep"
St. Mary's Stl Mary's '
Yearbook Editor, 4 - . - Consul of Latin Club, Glee Club, l, 2, 3, 4 - - ' DVOWGUC Club, 4-
4 - - - Secretary of French Club, 4 - - . Glee Loyal . . . upper Govans - . - Mike - . . songstress
Club, 3, 4 . . . Secretary of Sodality, 4. . . . "My brother Gene" - - . Navy League . . . Alice
I . - - Lost: one appendix and twenty pounds . . - those
Young CHOPH1 ' ' ' Peobodl' COUSQVVOIOVY ' ' ' Mor' double ,dates . . . Pythian . . . Four Corners
guerite . . . school trio . - - flair for poetry - . - "l
don't get it" - - . Bill, and week-end horse back rides
. . . "Cup-Cake" . . . Texan . . . Ed - - - Mac Gillivray's
. - - graham crackers-
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PAUL GEORGE PRATT "Paul" MARY GERTRUDE PUGH "Genie"
Blessed Sacrament St. Mary's
Class President, 3 . - . Secretary B.A.A., Glee Club, 2, 3, 4. . .J.V. Basketball, 3...
4 . . - Glee Club, 3, 4. Varsity, 4 - - - Secretary of G.A-A-, 4 - - -
A Secretary of Block "T" Club, 4 . . . Reporter
That wavy hair . . . brown eyes . . . Hey Bill! . . , "The QWIHI 4 , , , Yearbook Staff' 4,
personality . . . favorite among his classmates . . . good
sport . . . Where's a dictionary? . . . Glee Club . . . Curly locks . - . bright eyes - - - chewing gum - - .
never misses a dance - - - good guy. "Hungarian Rapsody No. 2" . - - Quinnie . - - always
laughing . . . music lover - - . personality . . . Where s
Dot?" - gift of gab , , , basketball-
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LUIS LORRETTA REED "Loie"
ouvlA BRADEN RAPHEL "Libby" ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,a C,,,,,e,,i,,,,
Immaculate Conception Class Vice President, l . . . Vice President
GI Cl b I 2 3 4 l ' . D - G.A,A., 2, 3 . . . PI'eSlCl6l'1f of 4 - . -
I es 3u,i .'. .'BOgkefbaH Mollggxtlgclub' Vice President of Block "T" Club, 4 . . .
' ' ' ' Varsity Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4 - - - Glee Club,
"l-lark! Harkl the Lark!" , . . Peabody Prep . . l, 2, 3, 4 - . - Reporter "The Owl", 4 - - -
"Where's Phyllis?" . . . saddle shoes. . .Towsonite . . . Y90"b0Ol4 Sfflfff 4-
h ' l . . . ' " . 7" . . .
country lassie - - - Oh those duckersl . . . Trig debates
. - . contagious grin . - . Emily . . . official chauffeurette
. . . long telephone conversations - - - future Physical
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THERESA MATTIE RILEY "Tess" RICHARD RAPHEAL RUBELING "Bugs"
St- Ursula St. Ursula
Demure - - . "Mary Jean and I" . . . blushes like Glee Club, 4.
fury . . - agreeable . - . future Nun - - . obedient . - - , , ,
sincere . . . sweet smile . . . that dirnDle . . . "the Parkvllle forever ' ' ' fUv0f'fe pOSI'me'WOmen ' ' ' My
eyes me the windows of the Soulff U . . porkville. little brother Jack . . . hates oral talks - - - chemist at
heart - - - bus rider - - . favorite subject B-A.? . . .
artist . . . Pinochle . . . Model A.
MARY ISABEL RUDIGIER "lssie" ROBERT HAMILTON RUTH "Bob"
Immaculate Conception Immaculate Conception
Class Secretary, 2 . Publicity Committee, Varsity B-B., 2, 3 - - - President of B.A-A-, 4
3, 4 . - . Owl Staff, 4 . . . Glee Club, l, 2, . . . President of Block "T", 4-
3' 4 I I ' Cheerleader' 2' 3' 4' Uncle Bob-O . . . Burke Avenue - - - Oh! that Frencl'
Full of pep - - - "Tres Chic" . . . Jeanne . . . platinum - - . Poolroom artist . . . favorite subject-women . -
blonde - - . "Oh, Sister" - . - personality plus . . . "l feel so delicatessen" - . - "Oh Yeah" - . - l-lose
nifty dancer - - . "The Big 8" .... miniature artist . . . New York . . . St. Mary's Seminary.
. . . sociable - - - bangs-
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MARY ANES SOLTYSIAK "Salty"
Glee Club, 3, A . . . J-V. Basketball, 4-
Hobby: dancing . . . good sport . - - Oh! those five
brothers . - - O'Neill's . . . shorthand . - - basketball
. . . jitterbug - . - chocolate coke - - - "Oh my hair."
FRANCES ANNA SCHAFER
St. Joseph's Fullerton
Halls from Fullerton - - - Eileen
wavy, brown tresses . - . quiet .
tiny feet - - - those long rides to school potato
chip fiend . . . faithful movie-goer Fullerton base
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HELEN ANN TREMPER "Helen" PHYLISS THATCHER VOIGT
Sf. Joseph's, Fullerton St. Ursula
Bob . . , tonsillectomy . . . Perry Hall . , . limpid President of Riding Club, 4 Glee Club 4
green eyes . . . honey blonde . . . "Red Robin" . . . , , .
swimming , . , "Evie" . . . expert linguist . . . con- M'd'W'nle" mp lo the Sunny South L'bbY
tagious laughter . . . "Now watcha doin'?" Oh 'hose horses ' ' ' good nolured 9'99le5
"Pssst!" - - - wavy brown hair - - Parkville happy
go-lucky - - - Villa Cresta-
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Prefect of Sodality, 4 . . . Riding Club, I, 2,
3, 4- --CSMC, 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club, l, 2,
3, 4 - - . Cheerleader, 3 - - - Secretary of Latin
Club, 4 . . . Owl reporter, 4.
Strawberry blonde . . . eats "Good and Plenty" . . .
horseback riding . . - boys in general - - - Sport Center
. . . my brother - - - "The Ocean" . . . Poly forever
- - - green eyes - - - Sister, I know . . . future journalist-
MARY EILEEN WINKLER 'EiIeen" DORIS MARIE WISEMAN "Doris
St- John's, Long Green St. Mary's
Seceretary of Senior Class, 4- Basketball Timekeeper, 4 - - - Glee Club, 4-
Girl with the beautiful hair . . . ten o'clock scholar Brown eyes - . . loads of fun - . . nightmares - -
. . . baby blue eyes . - . sports a driver's license - - - "What! no cheese?" . . . "Good night" . . .quiet ..
shorthand and typing whiz - - - jitterbug - - - giggles wants Woodbrook on the map - - - "Shorthand and I
. . . soft voice. . .Goetze's. . . Lock Raven belle. . . . neat and attractive . . . B-ball fan.
Patsy ond Peggy Bruns
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-Mr. Fred Emm
Mrs. Fred Emm
Fred Em-m '47
Mr. J. C. Francis, Jr.
Mrs. J. -C. Francis, Jr.
Leonard Francis '47
Mr. 8. Mrs. John R. Godwin
Mr. 8- Mrs. W. E. 'Haverstick
Bill Haverstick '47
Mr. 8- Mrs. C. W. Huegelmeyer
Francis J. Huegelmeyer '47
Lt. Col. A. A. Kleiber
Mrs. A. A. Kleiber
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Mr. 8- Mrs. Bernard Rubeling
Mr. 8- Mrs. John Rubeling
Mr. 8- Mrs. H. D. Ruth
J. Edw. Bollinger
Mr. 8- Mrs. Ludger Bornhorn
-Mr. 8- Mrs. G.- Gunther Mercer
Marcella Brown '47
Mr. 8- Mrs. Jack McGreger
Mr. 8- Mrs. Frank J. Bruns
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Mr. William H. Burton
Mrs. William H. Burton
Mr. Harry Cahill
Mrs. Harry Caihill
June Cahill '47
Mr. 8- Mrs. Harry E. Daiger
Mrs. L. Daniels
Mr. J. H. Dougher
Mrs. J. H. Dougher
Jean Dougher '47
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Rose Marie Ellis '47
Mrs. Katherine S. Evans
-Mr. 8- .Mrs.,J. F. Faisant
Mr. 8- Mrs.
M. E. Flaherty
Mary Jane Flaherty '47
Mr. 8- Mrs William M. Gould
Marguerite Gould '47
Mrs. Frederick J. Green
Pvt. James G. Green, lJ.S.iM.-C.
Mr. 8- Mrs.
Mr. 8- Mrs. A. J. Heilman
Evelyn Heilman '47
Mr. John Dougher
Mrs. John Dougher
Jeff Kilchenstein '46
Mr. 8- Mrs. Walter F. O'Neill,
Patricia O'Neill '47
Mr. 8- Mrs. F. X. Patrick
M. A. Nopperfberger, Jr.
Mr. 8- Mrs. Don Reed
Mr. 8- iMrs. Albert M. Rudigier
Frances Schafer '47
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The Soltysiak Boys
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Mrs. H. R. Voigt
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Rev. Father Myles McGowan
Frank 8- Albert
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Compliments of a Friend
Mrs- James Curran
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Pat, Nancy, Jean, Mary
Madeline Bornhorn '47
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Peggy 8- Rosemary
Booty 8- Peggy
Betty, Gerry, .Norma
Pat, Carola, Ellen
Rita 8- Louise
Miss Marguerite C- Rudigier
Mr. 8- Mrs- J. J. Gallagher
George H- Schafer
Anna A- Schafer
John Comes '46
Mrs. Frances Winebrener
Mrs- Irene Winebrener
Mr. Thomas Winebrener
Helen Tremper '47
Ray 8- Larry '48
Mary Morgan '45
Mrs- Rita Thomas '46
Miss Catherine Hanley
Miss Mary Hanley
Mr- R- F- Hanley
Anne Warwick '47
Mrs- Thomas L- Berry
Mrs. Kenneth Wright
Mrs- John Finn
Mr. 8- Mrs- J- Winkler, Jr.
Mr- 8- Mrs- W- Winkler
Charlotte B- Gitchier '42
Mr- 8- Mrs- I- Boyne
Eleanor Scheper Smith
Miss Marie Smith
Mr- 8- Mrs- J- Whiteford
Mr- William Finn
Eileen Winkler '47
Mrs- Anna F- LeBrun '3I
Mrs- E- F- McCahan '3l
Mrs. D. Fr- Sammis '34
Mrs. Justina F. Hurst '39
Doris Wiseman '47
Patsy Shreck '48
Jean Hart '49
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Coc ville, Md-
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122 Li Terrace
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LEONARD THONY FRANCIS
1757 East Road
JOHN ROB-ERT WIN
747 Am-eslae Rod ,
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709 Kingston Road
Baltimore 12, Md- 'XXX
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5213 Alhambra Avenue
KENNETH ALBERT KILEIBER
EVELYN ANNE BURTON
Joppa Road 8- 10th Avenue
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Putty Hill Avenue
DOROTHY ELIZABETH DAIGER
403 Murdock Road
Baltimore 12, Md-
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6206 Moss s
Baltimore Md- -
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3200 ,ff oughby Avenue
Park ' 14, Md-
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East Cold Spring Lane
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100 E. Pennsylvania Avenue 6002 Ready Avenue
Towson 4, Md.
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5628 Govane Avenue
Baltimore 12, Md-
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4662 Kernwood Avenue
RICHARD RAPHEAL RUB-ELING
2709 Glendale Road
Parkville 14, Md-
ROBERT HAMILTON RUTH
27 Burke Avenue
Towson 4, Md-
ALICE ELIZABETH ARTHUR
4419 Old York Road
Baltimore 12, Md-
FRANCES DOROTHEA BLISS
Morris Avenue fy
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202 Hopkins Road
Baltimore 12, Md.
MARCEILLA MARY BROWN
3961 Greenmount Avenue
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407 Alleghen Avenue
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48 rke Ave
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Baltimore 12, Md-
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Baltimore 12, Md-
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6001 Sycamore Road
Baltimore 12, Md-
MARY GERTRUDE PUGH
6210 Haddon Avenue
Baltimore 12, Md-
OLIVIA BRADEN RAPHEL
523 Allegheny Avenue
Towson 4, Md-
LOIS LORETTA REED
Lincoln 8- Front Avenues
THERESA MATTIE RILEY
3040 Arizona Avenue
Parkville 14, Md.
MARY ISABEL RUDIGIER
York Road I
Towson 4, Md-
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4720 Ivanhoe Avenue '
Baltimore 12, Md-
FRANCES ANNA SCHAFIER
Belair 8. Joppa Road
HELEN ANN TREMPER
Glen Arm P-O.
206 W- Pennsylvania Ave Belair Road
MARY JEAN HAWKINS
90 Dunkirk Road
Baltimore 12, Md-
EVELYN PATRICIA HEIILMAN
513 Rossiter Avenue
Baltimore 12, Md.
BARBARA NEALE McCRYSTL'E
319 York Road
Towson 4, Md-
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3111 DuBoise Avenue
Parkville 14, Md-
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