Trinity High School - Shamrock Yearbook (Louisville, KY)

 - Class of 1959

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is , W 'E' Hay 57.5.1 all ' E lf 1 ,far Z MARTIN KAMER "Squirt", , , 5'8". . . 155 lbs. . . 17 years old, , , Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. . . Basketball 1, 2, 3. . . Cross Country 2. . .ln- uamurals 4. . . Student Council 2, . ,The Echo 1. . .The Shamrock 4' .,, . Engineers Club 3, 4 , , ,Dance Committee 2, 3, 4. . . Treasurer 1. . Vice President 2, 3. . . Captain of Baseball Team 3, 4, , , Student Council Secretary 4. . . plans to go to college and then???. . . dreams of becoming a major league baseball player , , ,remembers my homeroom, , , "Hang one on. " I4 rs 111 Wen... Y Ew- S A v ui ,.l sa eg, Ji we mr 1 I ROBERT LINDSAY "Barbarious Bob" . . . 5'10". . . 185 lbs. . . 17 years old, , , Editor-in Chief of the Shamrock. . .Track 1. . .Baseball 1 . . .Football 1, 2, 3, 4. . . The Echo 3, 4. . .Varsity Varieties 2. . . Class President 2, , , Treasurer 4, , , plans to study dentistry at Dayton. . .Co-Captain Football Team 4, , ,dreams of being a college football player. . . "No, Rigsby, no. ". . .remem- bers most the "1ynching" in Room 234. ig, Wu - I W rg: L ,Q " - 4 if 1 if .1 1'Lfi,ts, , 1 ,J 1- ' I- ' w :MATTHEW WESTFALL "Mangler Man'- '- . . . 5'11". . . 155 lbs. . . 17 years old, , ,plans on being a lawyer, , , Student Council 2, 3, 4. . . Dance Committee Chairman 4. . .Homeroom President 2, 3, 4, , . Class President 2, 3. . .remem- bers the homeroom and the fellas in it, , ,dreams of being a success and raising a family. . . "You , knooow what I like! " 0 I JOHN STROBEL "John" .. .5'11", , , 185 lbs, , , 18 years old, , , Student Council 1, 3, 4. . .Voca- tion Club 1. . . Student Council President 4. . . Homeroom President 1, 3. . .wants to be a teacher after high school, , , "Shame on it". . .hopes to get enough money to get through college and get started in life, , , remembers first classes in the new wing. sell' J N, A SO X fe 9 CI O x-' 'T 5 'X Shanxi ,L ww 0 Xb Offlfl LL9 As a boy progresses into manhood, he takes form physically and mentally, learning from experience. A school progresses in the same way, the students and faculty teaching each other lessons in how to learn and how to teach. We, Trinity's seniors, have provided some of These lessons. We have seen the changes wrought by our predecessors. In the years to come we will look back on the changes we have caused. We only hope that these changes result in some lasting good. 7adZeaj3aateate ?wfffe Swine ddaeeee f-fzdfeua An. .n.! page 5 Faye 75' pw 5? Faye 59 ?7a7e X5 THE MOST REV. JOHN A, FLOERSH, D,D, Archbishop of Louisville THE MOST REV. CHARLES G. MALONEY, D.D, Auxiliary Bishop of Louisville if 4? if L, t FACULTY "This is the chalice of My blood, " FR. CLARENCE SCHWARTZ whispers each morning in school chapel, He is assistant principal, teaches algebra, VERY REVEREND MONSIGNOR ALFRED STEINHAUSER Bef' HF "Al1 right, boys, " smiles FR, JOHN LENAHAN, "line forms to the right. " Parish work, algebra, and Trin- idad activities keep him always busy.. 6 1 , ! X X, ,JJ if "Now, boys, you understand my position, I am just an instrument of the school, " explains FR. JOHN BUTLER, ,school disciplinarian, who also squeezes in several English classes daily, -- 'J- - "lui-Kish ,, F' "'T5YPZ1HI4i4 Yi'Q5Q""- V -if ""- -:J WG "Boys, how can you rake leaves without your "Keep the line movin', boys, I want a cig- slide rules?" snickers jovial FR. JOHN GEP- arette, " thinks FR. HENRY VESSELS, chem- HART, math man. isrry teacher. "Excellent choice, Mr, Boland, " laughs Speech Club moderator FR, JOSEPH MILLER. English is his specialty, F L i "My, how they hunger for an education, " sighs FR, VINCENT DENTINGER, who teaches business math, E Mr. Mershon, there 's a rumor that ,there's "What's the matter with you guys, a little been some embezzling of mission collec- cold never hurt anybody, " FR. WILLIAM tions, " frowns FR. THOMAS DUERR, mis- GORMAN shivers at the Cincy St. X game, A sion moderator, 7 11' "C'est grand damage! " moans FR. DAVID "That 's the last bad call he'11 make against HAZELIP, French teacher, senior counselor, Trinity! " gloats FR, ROBERT OSBORNE. "Shake hands with your racket and come out "If you do things right, they can't go wrong, " 1 swinging, " tenr1iS coach FR. WILLIAM BUT' FR. JOHN GRENOUGH, SHAMROCK modera- LER explains. tor, chides the photographer. "Look, a circle doesn't have corners in it, " "Don'r kick me out of the parking lot, " explains mechanical drawing teacher FR. pleads FR. iFRED HENDRICKSON. "I'm a HARRY JANSING. teacher here - I think," 8 "You say you want covers for all those books?" FR. ANTHONY HEITZMAN, bowling coach inquires FR, ROBERT VOGT, proprietor of shows that form that has helped Trinity the bookstore. bowlers win several trophies. ,:, sf 'A .5 jr V 5, "Gentlemen, if you don't shut up, I'll flat- "We did it, we won, , .we fbeat X, " hysteri- ten you, " shouts Shakespeare's protege, FR, cally laughs FR. THOMAS ALLEN, biology CLARENCE WAGNER. teacher. "Phew. , .I've got more parents on my neck, " "Slow track, " explains FR. FRANCIS EIMER pants FR. WILLIAM BOHNERT, typing teacher. "today's meet will be a lot tougher. " He teaches history. "We're going to beat St. X, Sunday!" shouts "Ho1d it, Dickg this is old stuff for me, " football coach and physical education teach- boasts track coach and historian MR. JERRY er, JEEP QUIRE. DENNY, fr .qi , ,Aichi l 'K "Now, get up and go! " pants MR. MICHAEL "Donnerwetterl He hat mine king again MCDONALD, baseball coach and Investment gecheckedl " blusters MR. KLAUS MITTLEL Club moderator, STEN-SCHEIDT, chess coach. 1"'r KNEE l .t M gi g F a 'fi 2 f.3f5iiffi'E'- I i Y If I rrf L "Good grief! Don't tackle him! Just fall "Te11 those linemen to kill somebody, down, -1 Suggests MR. JOHN MOLL, JV foot- Havilll " screams line coach JIM VESEL. ball coach. ' Now boys against the faculty we 11 use English teacher MR JAMES EBERENZ. plots MR DAVE KELLY assistant bas- growls what do you mean you didn t read -sir' ' L , 1 ' 2 A , ' , "1 ' l H, 5, tx- My If y Q U U n I I I 5 D I I H U I U n ' ketball coach. your book?" w 'vi , ..,4 W .Great job. Tony. .. congratulates MR. DAVE "Hmm, . .Oberst off tackle for five yards, " KRAUS. He teaches typing, biology' and scnbbles MR. JAMES Q'NEAL, who Sp6C1a1 helps manage swimming team. izes in Physical educauon- a L H ,L 5 + A 'L 3 I Q ' AA "Thar'l1 be 50:5 please, your book's five days "1'11 take all three of you on, " scowls MR, overdue, " demands MR, THATCHER PARIS, WILLIAM RITCHH2, chemistry teacher, school librarian. A 4 i Q-,Z Q . v n --Y e W- Q f V' . l ,Q s R-3-.P . "2 ' u I .J ,U , ., 1 ' iq" 1 Q f R 1-Q "Don't you 'Judge' me, boy!" yells BEN "A-one-an-a-two. Hey, who turned off-a-da PARKER, P,O,D, and business administration bubble machine?" complains MR. GUS COIN, ICBCIICI. band coach. "Too many cooks boil the broth every day for 800 students." MRS, J, WILLING- HURST, MRS. I. FUCHS, and MRS. M. ELDER are Trinity's faithful chefs. ,A L, r-KM Q- . , .Tf 155. .-A x' 'nQEVf Bmw, ,ntv ci, it T! ' F 4-'Fi' . f A' V 7- I , , "Sure, our work's almost over today, " smiles "What comes after twenty-five, Ioe?, " MR. MRS, FOUGEROUSSE to MRS. FULTZ. GEORGE BERRY to MR. IOE NALLY, the maintenance men. 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Track 1, , ,Baseball 1 . . .Football 1, 2, 3, 4. . . The Echo 3, 4. . .Varsity Varieties 2, . .Class President 2. . .Treasurer 4. . . plans to study dentistry at Dayton. . .C0"C2pI2iH Football Team 4. . .dreams of being a college football player. . . "No, Rigsby, no. ". . . remem- bers most the "lynching" in Room 234. . ' , l . 7 f 7 w i ' i .111 1, C t I 0' .h 0 V 'MATTHEW WESTFALL "Mangler Mau'- . . . .5'11". . .155 lbs. . .17 years old, , ,plans on being a lawyer. , , Student Council 2, 3, 4. . . Dance Committee Chairman 4. . .Homeroom President 2, 3, 4. . . Class President 2, 3. . .remem- bers the homeroom and the fellas in it, , .dreams of being a success and raising a family. . . "You knooow what I likel " ,gem JOHN STROBEL "John" . . .5'11". . . 185 lbs. , . 18 years old. , , Student Council 1, 3, 4. . .Voca tion Club 1. . . Student Council President 4. . . Homeroom President 1, 3. . .wants to be a teacher after high school. . . "Shame on it". . .hopes to get enough money to get through college and get started in life. . , remembers first classes in the new wing. .. vi., 1 WILLIAM BARTLEY "D0c". . .5"7". . .135 lbs. . . 17 years old, , , remembers all his fel- low students. . . dreams of great financial and social achievement, and a good fishing spot . , .ambition is to be a college playboy. GERALD BAUMGARTEN "Ierry". . . 5'10 . . 130 lbs. . . 18 years old, , , wants to be an elec- tronics repairrnan after college.. , .dreams of having a lot of money and being a good Cath- olic. , .remembers his teachers. . . "Ole Buddy, n VICTOR ARNOLD "Tee- ter", , , 5'1l". . . 145 lbs .. .17 years old, . ,re- members the "white- washing" St. X. got by the "Big Green". . ,Bas- ketball 2, 3. . . Secretary 2, . .plans on college, . . dreams of getting a col- lege degree and playing college basketball, , , "Roll the window back up, Dave! " I RICHARD BEALMEAR "Dick". . . 5'8". . . 125 lbs. . . 18 years old, , , Track 1, 2, 3, 4. , . Cross Country 2, 3, 4. . .Basket- ,ball 1,. .Student Coun- cil 2. . . Homeroom President 2. . . Secretary 3. . .wants to go to col- lege after graduation. , . 'Good golly, fella", , , wants to have Trinity co-ed. . ,will always re- member running track for Trinity. ,iff :Z .I L7 A sn, YN ,i 1: J 1' 5 I with . , WILLIAM ASHER "Wild Bill". . .6'. . .160 lbs. . . 17 years old, , ,Baseball 2, 3, 4. . .plans on col-- lege after graduation, good job and family, , , wants to be rich and get to heaven. . . will remem- ber the faculty, students and the snows, THOMAS BATSIS "Tom", , . 6'. . .164 lbs . . . 17 years old., , Bowling l...Band 3,4 . . .Vocation Club 1, 2 . , ,Mission Represent- ative 3, 4. . . "Go, man, go". . .dreams of all St. X. games. . .wants to go to college 'for Veterinary Medicine . . .remembers the Homeroom and the Band, , -S s 1 xx 4, J' ,1 1. PAUL BECHT "Cletus" . . .6'1". . .150 lbs. . .17 years old, , ,Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. . . Treasurer of Rocket Club 4. . .remem- bers the swell fellows and teachers at Trinity . , .ambition is to be- come an electronical engineer. , . after grad- uation, plans to attend college. GREGORY BLOOD- WORTH "chick", . . 6'3". . . 175 lbs. . . 17 years old. . . Basketball 3, 4. . .plans to go to college and play bas- ketball. , ,dreams of being a big league baseball player. . .re- members basketball 'at Trinity and how much better he liked Trinity than St, X. Bill tm... H. ,... , J wx. ,f -:Lf will DONALD BLAND "Don" . . .5'8". . .1401bs. . , 18 years old, , , dreams of being a millionaire ., ,wants to take a Jun- ior Accountant course in college. . .remem- bers Shop Class 1956. . . "That's the way the ball bounces. " gg ii y , i uw uw 1 .ws- wu'-'fx my "WF n,Yuwv""' U ' Xt tv ,H1.g7A'- U11 mint ww wgwiyyiqlgilu ng' in H twigs-I: 1 gif A5- 5 5. 55' ,lg V e- JAMES BOLAND 'Jim- my"...6'...140 lbs... 17 years old, . ,Swim- ming 3. . .Investment Club 4. . .plans to go into business after col- lege. . , dreams of Trinity taking the state in football. . .remem- bers the "1ousy" lunches . . . "Forget me. " l . NEIL BLUNT "Match Head . . 5'11". . . 155 lbs. . . 17 years old. , . Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. . . Student Council 1, 4. . The Shamrock 4. . . Varsity Varieties 3, 4 . . .wants to win a scholarship to a good college, . . ambition is to study Veterinary Medicine. , . "Moskins" . . .remembers the times he suffered over math tests. CHARLES BONIFER "Chuck", . .5'10". . . 149 lbs. . .16 years old ,., "What the Harry?" , , .wants to study ac- counting at Bellarrnine , . ,dreams of being visited by "The Mil- lionaire". . . Basketball 1, 2. . .remembers the school spirit, especial- ly at -'THEN sf. x. game. GERALD BRYANT "Jerry". . . 6'1". . . 160 lbs. . . 17 years old. . . will always remember I ug at Trinity. . ,wants to be a Certified Pub- lic Accountant. . . "Hey old man". . .dreams of passing Chemistry and Spanish. , . wants to give teachers Jug tickets. EUGENE BUSCH "Frenchie". . . 6'1". . . 155 lbs. . . 18 years old . , . "Ah, for crying in a bucket". . .remem- bers Fr. Hazelip and his capers. . .dreams of a successful business and good home life. , . plans to study commer- cial art in college. ROBERT BUTLER "Be- Bop". . .5'11". . . 140 lbs. . . 17 years old, . , Vice President 4. . . dreams of having a white cadillac con- vertible. . . remembers graduation. . . "Ricky, baby, " GEORGE BROWN "George. . . 5'6". . . 130 lbs. . , 17 years old . . .Investment Club. . . "Get on with it". . . wants to join the serv- ice and get it over with , . .remembers the growth of Trinity and the teachers who didn"t like me. . . dreamsof graduating from Trinity .. ,, ROBERT BROWN "Bob" . . .5'11".. .172 lbs. . . 19 years old. . . plans to go to college, possibly to the armed forces. . . would like to cut the frosh's tongues out. . . "Well, more power to you". . ,will always re- member graduation. CHARLES BUREN "Big Dave". . . 6'1". . . 175 lbs. . . 17 years old. , . Soccer 3. 4. . .Varsity Varieties 3. . .hopes to enter M.l.T .... Glee Club 3, 4. . . En- gineering Club 3. . . Shamrock 4. . .Chess Club 3, 4. . .remem- bers the Senior Prom , . , "Was ist das?". .,. dreams of inheriting WHAS. 1 :iii i H ':2,m.,.Ej,., . . Erif -we JAMES BRANGERS "Butch". . . 6'. . . 160 lbs. . . 18 years old, , , "Get on the stick". . . wants to serve his ac- tive duty and go to college. . . dreams of having a lovely wife , , ,remembers Trinity as the greatest school in the state of Ken- tucky. ANTHONY BRIAN "Tony". . . 6'1". . . 150 lbs. . . 17 years old, , , Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4. . . Track 1, . .Cross Coun- try 1..."Can't see it" . . .remembers the Shop and first day of school , , ,dreams of being a great swimmer in col- lege. --E k '3 Q, 1. if err THOMAS BOONE "Dan- ie1". . .5'11". . . 172 lbs . . . 17 years old, , ,Glee Club 4. . .dreams of having Trinity a co-ed school, , , ambition is to be a Medic, . .will al- ways remember Fr, Gep- hart and Fr, Schwartz ..."Ye gods," L. KENNETH BRODBECK "Ken". . . 5"10". . . 150 lbs. . .16 years old, , , Band, , , Bowling. , ,plans to be a school teacher, , , "Get off my back". . . dreams of having a car , , ,remembers Fr. Sch- wartz, 5 I A .mimi A WILLIAM BOWER "Bi1ly ...5'9"...1451bs...1'7 years old. . . "Oooo, neat . ..wants ro go to col- lege and be a dentist, , , remembers the swell boys and teachers. . , dreams of Trinity hav- ing a nice, new, big gymnasium, THOMAS BRAY "Spike", . . 6'. . . 138 lbs. . . 17 years old, , , remembers Shop period with Fr, Jansing. . , plans to be an A-1 mechanic after high school. . . "That's the way it goes". . .wants to have a good look- ing custom car, M-.-, . - J-7. . WARWWY, , ,- l , , WILLIAM CAMPBELL "Bi1l", , .6'. . . 160 lbs . . . 17 years old. . .Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4. . . Ten- nis 1, , , Student Coun- cil 1. . . Horneroom Pres- ident 1. . . Secretary 3. . . wants to teach school. , dreams of having the best of everything, . .re CHARLES CRASK "Charles". . . 5'11". . . 158 lbs. . . 17 years old , , , remembers Mr. Eberenz and Mr. Thom- as in class, , ,hopes to join the Navy and be- come a mechanic, , , would like to be able to play all sports. , , members the good times "0.K., fella," he had in the library, . , "wise up. " THOMAS CREAGH IR, "JI-111i0r". . . 5'7 . . 128 lbs. . . 17 years old, , , Mission Representative 2. . .Vocation Club 1, 2, , ,will always re- member his senior year . . ,is waiting for the day that Fr, Schwartz will leave Trinity. , . "Friend, " A lr. 1 .1!- .Hi w 1 1. H gn., . I .. ,.,-.i-.i-.. W, .!,l ,. 3:5 L 4 JOSEPH CUSHING "Joe" .. .6'...1601bs...17 years old, . .Basketball 1, 2. , ,Football 2, , , "Crazy", , , wants to go to college and have a good job. . . will remem ber all the students and teachers he has known, DENNIS CUNNINGHAM "Denny . . 6'2". . . 160 lbs. . . 18 years old, , , Bowling League Presi- dent 4. . .Rocket Club President 3. . .wil al- ways remember the lack of girls. . . Bowl- ing League Secretary 2, 3. . .Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. . . Track 1, 2. . . Soc- cer 3, 4. . , Basketball 1. . , Engineering Club 3, . ,Rocket Club 3. . . plans to be a scientist after graduation, . . "Feels good. " ROBERT DIEBOLD "Bob" .. .6'1"...170 lbs. . . 17 years old, , , remem- bers all the people he met at Trinity, , , dreams of having a good job, , , "Oh, Leo. " I9 DAVID DILLON "Dave" ...6'.. .175 lbs. ..1'7 years old, , , wants to - enter Speed Scientific , , ,dreams of being a pro golfer. . . Golf 3, 4 . , ,Baseball 1, 2. . .The Echo 3. . . Engineers Club 3. . .Intramurals 2, 3, 4, , ,remembers the infamous room 234 . , . "Don't worry, I'll win. " JOHN DITSLER "Buddy" ...5'8"...148 lbs... 18 years old, , .Foot- , ball 1... "Man, like wow", , ,dreams of a good job and happy married life. . .plans on the Navy for five years, , ,remembers the fun and good times with the teachers, "it was great, " LEO DISSELKAMP "Dizzy". . . 6'2". . . 160 lbs. . . 17 years old, , , Track 1, 2. . . Basketball 1. . .hopes to be a mechanical engineer, , , remembers Fr. Hazelip . . ,also the "nail driv- ing" 30. . . "What's all this data?". . . dreams of having a million dollars. . gg f f ROBERT DODD "Duke 5'7". . .135 lbs. . .18 years old. . .wants to "1ive fast, love hard, die young and leave a beautiful memory", , . after graduation he plans to spend three years in the military service. . .remembers graduation. . . "'7 come 11." ' DENIS DOERR "Deacon" MICHAEL DUES "Mike' ...6'...1801bs...18 ...5'9"...150 lbs... years old. . . Football 1, 18 years old, . , Student 2, 3, 4. . .Varsity Vari- Council 1. . . Speech eties 2. . . Treasurer 1 Club 3, 4. . .Homeroom ' , , ,Secretary 2. . . Vice President 1. . . "Hairy man". , ,remem- Speech Club President bers "my teachers". . . 4. . . Speech Club Treas- dreams of women urer 3. . . "Betty Lep- ' teachers, . . will give ping". . .wants to be- 1 college a ny, come a business sales- man. , ,will always re- member beating St, X. 13-0. v t I MICHAEL EGAN "Mickey". . .5'10". . . 160 lbs. . . 17 years old . . .Basketball 1. . . Track 1, 2. . .Home- room Vice President 1 . . ,dreams of becom- ing great in all sports . . . "Man", . ,ambi- tion is to become a Certified Public Ac- countant. . .will always remember the boys, fun and studies at Trinity. JOSEPH GARAU "Mike" ...6'...165 1bs...20 years old. , . "Oh, crazy " . . .CSMC Representa- tive 3, 4. . .remembers the friends he made and the faculty. , .dreams of being an obstetrician. , , plans on college and then on to medical school, A 1 DJ H J THOMAS GARDNER "Rodger", , . 5'6". . . 145 lbs. . .18 years old . . ,ambition is to at- tend co11ege..,remem- bers making it through THS. . ,dreams of the day Fr. Schwartz leaves Trinity. . . "Hey, Junior." MICHAEL DUFFY "Mike". . . 6'. . . 1551bs . . . 18 years old. . .Var- sity Varieties 2, 3, 4. . . Drama Club 4. . .Glee Club 2, 3. 4. . . Student Council 2. . . Treasurer 2. . . will most remem- ber the Varsity Varieties . . . "Look at my muscle" . . .would like to attend Cincinnati Conserva- tory of Music and major in piano. ! 1 1 .LQ 21121 1 - 1 1 '? 1 E Y ?,, 44 ,, 1 GEORGE EATON "George". . . 5"I". . . 128 lbs. . .18 years old . . .Bowling 3, 4. . .re- members Coach Mol1's sneers. . .wants to break the rubber band on Mr. Ritcher's car. , , ambi- tion is to study law. . . "you're crazy. " DAVID ELDER "Pudge" ...6'...155 1bs...18 years old. . . Home- room Treasurer 4. . . still undecided about career after graduation . . . "Shame on You". . . his dream is that all his dreams come true . . .remembers the time he spent away from school. J J L Q..'.11l. .- .A .... .. .. -ri r 1 im. 2 NELSON GOEING "Ne1". . . 6'1". . .157 lbs. . . 17 years old, , , Class Secretary, , , dreams of a successful business with a good wife and Catholic home. . . "Way out there". . . undecided about college. . .re- members the variety of teachers, ROBERT GREENWELL "Little J0l'lIl". . . 6'4". . . 250 lbs. . .18 years old . . .Varsity Varieties 2 . . ,Vocation Club 2, , , "Wild, man".. .wants to take Engineering or Mechanics in college , , ,dreams of a long and happy life. . .re- members the friend- liness of the teachers and the students, 22 - rs 1 H, Y ,,,.. u rs: EMMETT GRIESHABER "Emmett", , . 6'. . . 140 lbs. . . 17 years old, , , Bowling 3, 4. . .Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. . .remem- bers the teachers and pep rallies. . . "Tough break", , , plans to be a professional bowler, , . dreams of a billion dollars. ' Eg: M 1' -" it n EMORY JUDSON GARY "E. J.". . .5'8".. .200 lbs. . . 17 years old, , , The Echo 3. . .Varsity Varieties 1, 2, 3, 4. . . Youth Speaks 2, 3, 4. . . Speech Club 2, 3, 4. . . plans on college. . . dreams of beating the "heck" out of St, X. . , remembers the athletic struggles. . .Glee Club 3, 4. . .Bowling 1, 2, , , Treasurer 1, 2, , , Speech Club Treasurer 3. . . "Now, now, Creightie, how bold," ., .- ' ' "zfr"" ff'---H I DONALD GATTERDAM "5m00Ch". . . 5'8 ". . . 150 lbs, , , 17 years old . . .Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. . . remembers the begin- ning of high school, , , Pep Club 3, 4, , ,wants to go to college and get married. . , "What's that data? ". . .dreams of owning a convert- ible and a bowling al- ley, GENE GOOD "Gene" . . .5'4". . . 115 lbs. . . 17 years old. . . Track Student Manager 1, 2, 3. . .Basketball Student Manager 1, . . Student Council 2, 3. . . Home- room President 2, 3. . . Vice President 4. . . Secretary 1. . . "Way to go . . wants to come back as a ghost and haunt Fr, Sch- wartz,. ,ambition is to become an engineer , . ,remembers the dances and sports at Trinity. ,A xii.- lf GEORGE GUTTERMUTH "George". . . 6'. . .200 lbs. . .17 years old, , , Baseball 2, 4. . , Home- room Vice President 2 . . .Investment Club. . . remembers all the ac- tivities and holidays at Trinity, , , "What's the sweat". . ,wants to go to college and study Law, , ,dreams of play- ing professional base- ball after college. EDGAR HARDESTY "Edgar". . . 6'4". . . 178 lbs. . .17 years old, ,,, dreams of beating St, X in everything. . .In- tramurals 2, 3, 4. . . plans on the Air Force or college. , . Basket- ball 1. . . "Get on the stick". . .Investment Club, , ,remembers the football and basketball games. DAVID HAKEL "Dave' ...6'2".. .150 lbs... 17 years old, , ,plans to enter Engineering Col- lege, . . Bowling 1, 3. . . Soccer 3. . . Engineers Club 3, 4. , . wants to make the best of what I have, . ,remembers the teachers most, , , "Crazy, " ' f 7 ,la J.. JOSEPH HAVILL "Schrnocker". . . 5'10 " . . . 180 lbs. . .18 years old,-. . Football 1, 2, 3, 4. . .Baseball 1, 2, . . Track 1. . .Intramurals 2, 3, 4. . .plans to study medicine at U, L. . . wants to be a successful dentist. . . Captain of JV and Varsity Football Team, , ,remembers most the football camp of '58 with the "B,B. Boys" and their "antics" . . . "No, Dave, not here me as 1 .fs Qg Z, 1 HERBERT HARTMAN "Good-looking". . . 5'4". . . 130 lbs. . .17 years old, , ,plans a career in the Navy, and'a life of leisure. . . wants to retire at the age of 21, . ,remem- bers the teachers, great guys and the horrible food, , , "Fine, " STAN HEICKEN IR, "F1ash". . . 5'11" . . . 150 lbs. . . 17 years old, , , Bowling 1, 2. . .Baseball 4. . . "Da, you don't say" . . .Wants to be a lino- typist at the Courier Journal, ,., dreams of being 6'4" and 210 lbs of muscle. . .remembers the large variety of teachers and Shop Class, 23 JAMES HEITZ "Jamie BOY". . . 6'4". . . 195 lbs . . .18 years old. . ,Bas- ketball 1, 2, 8, 4. . . Foot- ball 1. . .Chess Club 3, 4. . . The Shamrock 4. . . plans to study Chemical Engineering, . . dreams of being undefeated in basketball in 58-59. . . remembers Frs. Hazelip and Gephart. . . Engineers Club 3, 4. . .President 1 . . . Secretary 4. . .Presi- dent of Chess Club 3. . . "Checkmate. " RONALD HERP "Ronny the Bartender". , . 6'. . . 220 lbs. . . 17 years old . . .Bowling 1, 2, 4. . . 1-lomeroom Secretary 4. .,wants to be a den- tist or a school teacher , , .dreams of graduat- ing and getting a mil- lion dollars, . .remem- bers the class picnics . . . "Knock it off. " JAMES HENDRICKS "Bo ...6'.. .182 1bs...16 years old. . .Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. . . Engineers Club 3, 4. . .The Sham- rock 4. . .Treasurer 1. . . dreams of making a mil- lion dollars and retiring at 35. . .plans to be a pharmacist after college . , .remembers the fac- ulty and their homework . . . "Sharp, " is 11 Y 1111 1.111.111 71k .1 1 HERMAN HEUN "Hermia ...5'9"...1531bs...18 years old, . .Investment Club,..wants to get a full time job after high school, . .dreams of in- heriting a million dollars . . .remembers the holi- days. . . "Heck, " 4 iv. . pl 'limi -- 11 N 1 1 , . o . U, I, f . -, f 1111.f. 11.. LOUIS HETTINGER "Lou". . .5'9". . . 165 lbs. . . 17 years old, . . Football 1. . . Dance Committee 4. . . plans to go into business aft- er college. . .remem- bers the dances, foot- ball and basketball games, , .dreams of graduating from Notre Dame. . . Engineers Club 3, 4...Intramurals 2, 3, 4, , , "That's the way it goes. " PAUL HIEATT "Pee Wee". . . 5'7". . . 130 lbs . . . 19 years old. . . Foot- ball 1. . .Secretary of Homeroom 3. . ,wants to join the Navy. . ,dreams of getting out of high school. . .remembers the times I "cut" class and the good old Shop Class, ROBERT HOEHLER "B0b",,,6'1"...150 H lbs. . . 17 years old. . , wants to become a mechanical engineer , , ,dreams of a suc- cessful job and mar- ried life, ..remem- bers graduation day . . , "TI'hat's life. " CARROLL KAMER "Carroll", , . 6'1". . . 150 lbs. . . 17 years old . . . "Come on, fellows, 1et's get serious". . . plans to get rich after high school, , .remem- bers Fr. Iansing's Shop Class, . , , 1 ,ai , r ROBERT KAMER "Bob" .. .6'2".. .160 lbs... 18 years old, , , wants to be a millionaire. . , no definite plans after high school, . ,will al- ways remember the Class of 135. WILLIAM HIGHLAND "Bi11". . .6'. . . 185 lbs . . .17 years old, , , wants to be a college professor, . . dreams of Trinity being state champ in everything ...Tennis 1, 2, 3,4... Baseball 4. . .Varsity Varieties 3. . .Glee Club 3. . . Speech Club 4, . .remembers the hanging in Mr. Ebe- renz's class and the reign of Fr, Marcian. . "You like that kind of stuff, huh. " We 4 .,.,.,...,.,,.. A ..... .. 4 it MICHAEL HINES "Mike ...6'...160 lbs...16 years old. . .Swimming 2, 3, 4. . . Soccer 3, 4. . . Speech Club 4. . . En- gineers Club 3, 4. . . headed for college. . . dreams of being a mil- lionaire. . .remembers the fellas in my home- room and the faculty . . . "We'l1 see. " BENJAMIN IEWELL "Benny". . . 6'. . . 185 lbs. . .17 years old, , , Football 1, 2, 4, , , Track 2, 3, 4. . .Bowl- ing 1. . .Engineers Club 3, 4. . .Dance Committee 2, 3, 4. . . Intramurals 2, 4, , .re- members his home- room and the noise at the basketball games . . .his dream is to succeed at anything he tries, , ,hopes to take over his father 's business after college . . . "Oh, come on. " 4 rj' DOUGLAS KERSTING "Doug" . . . 5'10". . .115 lbs. . .17 years old, , , plans to study science in college. . .Soccer 3, 4. . .Basketball 1. . . dreams of seeing Fr. Gephart admit he made a mistake. , .The Echo 3, 4. . .The Shamrock 4. . ,Band 3, 4. . . En- gineers Club 3, 4. . . Varsity Varieties 3. . . President of the Band , , .remembers the teachers and class, , , "See what I mean, A jellybean. " PAUL KING "Nero" . . .5'10".. .190 lbs. . .17 years old, . .Bowling 1, 2 . . .Investment Club. . . "What the harry". . . wants to go to college, , . remembers all the teach- EIS. 26 A1 w ' I .J ROBERT KINSER "Bobby" .. .5'2". ..122 lbs. . .17 years old. . . Engineers Club 3, 4. . .remembers the Physics classes at Trinity. . .Wants to be a jet pilot. . .plans to be- come a mechanical en- gineer. . , "Good gosh, " CHARLES KAYS "Chuck . . .5'7".. .120 lbs. ..18 years old. . . Track 3, 4. . Baseball 4. . . Basketball Student Manager 4. . . "Just one time". , .wants to get out of school, , , remembers the week of Nov. 2-'7 after the St. X, game, lunch period, and his whole Senior year., , dreams of seeing Er. Sch- wartz get a good haircut. I I Il ROBERT KELLERMAN "Bear Cat"...5'8". . .145 lbs. . . 18 years old. , , will always remember Fr, Jan- sing. . . "Hello, ticket". . . plans to work at Winn Dixie, , .dreams of getting rich. WILLIAM KEY "Bill" ...5'9"...160 lbs... 17 years old. , ,wants to get his car motor put back into another .car. . . "Say ". . .remem bers free days and Christmas vacations. . . undecided about col- lege. 4 , . Y 1 . - 1 t 3 , t il A 1 .. JOHN KLEBER "Happy" . . .6'1". . .142 lbs. ..18 years old. . .Bowling 4. . . Mission Representative 2, 3. . .wants to study Law or Theology at St. Thomas or Notre Dame . . . "It just goes to show you". . , dreams of the day Fr. Gephart tells his real age, , .remem- bers all the times at the dances, football and basketball games. ROBERT KNOPP "Bob- by". . .5'9". . .135 lbs . . .16 years old. . , Track 1. . .Investment Club, , .wants to be a lawyer some day, . , "Well primarily", , . will always remem- ber his Senior year at Trinity. ' f 11 , 1 ,, . V' JOHN KLEIN "High Pockets". . . 6'3". . . 140 lbs. . . 18 years old, , , Bowling 1. . . Sophomore Play, , . Varsity Varieties 3. . .Glee Club. . .In- vestment Club. , . will always remember his, "Four years of happy misery at Trinity". .. dreams of being a Naval pilot. . , "Well, basically" . . . wants to fly without an airplane. f , 1 W ALBERT ICUTE "Bert" . . .6'1". . .145 lbs. . .18 years old. . . remembers the Library. , . Homeroom Secretary 4. . .Bowling 1, 2, 3. . .Glee Club 3, 4. . . plans to study Account- ing in college. . . "Rah, Cha, Cha". ..Tennis 1, 2, 3. . .dreams of being a successful C.P.A. with a home and family. , . Varsity Varieties 3, 4. WAYNE KRAUS "Moose". . . 5'9". . . 155 lbs.. .17 years old. . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4. . .Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .Basketball 1, 2, 3 . . .Track 1, 2. , .Cross Country 3. . .Bowling 2, . .Varsity Varieties 2, 3, 4. . .Intramurals 4. . . Dance Commit- tee 2, 3, 4. . .plans to attend Marquette. . . remembers the class- mates, teachers, and coaches. . . dreams of living life over again . . . "Don't look at me, l didn't do it. " DENNIS KUTE "Denny" .. .6'...158 lbs... .17 years old. . . Swimming 4. . .Speech Club 4. . . Operetta 2, 3, 4. . .Mis- sion Representative 4. . . dreams of putting a gentian violet in the Henry Clay Pool, , . wants to go to Florida State and study Mete- orology. . . 'Eat em' up". . .remembers the swimming coach's pad- dle. ROY KYSER "Elvis" . . .5'11". . .155 lbs. . . 17 years old. . .plans to join the Navy. . .Intra- mural Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .Pep Club. , .remem- bers the teachers, good and bad, . . "Okay, Dad , . .dreams of marriage. GREGORY LARKIN 'Last of the Mohicans" ...6'3"...155 lbs. .. 18 years old. . ,Track 1, 2, 3, 4. . . Basketball 1...Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4. . .Captain of the Track Team 4. . . plans to go to college . . .remembers Shop Class, . , dreams of winning the 400 meters in the Olympics. JOSEPH LAEMMLE "Compo Joe". . .6'. . . 185 lbs. . .17 years old , . .remembers the lynch- ing party and the day we beat St. X 13 to 0... Football 1, 3, 4. . .Base- ball 1, 4. . .Rocket Club . . . Engineers Club 3, 4 ...plans to major in science in college. . . dreams of having a bil- lion dollars and loafing around. . . "No kiddin'. " y x . I . iv M 'af -..A .dnl -..- x. .- 11 7' 'H- FRANK MAERZ "Frank" ...5f8"...1451bS...18 years old. . . plans on college after high school . . .remembers the holi- days. . .wants to have lots of money and girls . . . "IOCk. " ROBERT LITER "Bob" .. .6'1". . .175 lbs. . . 17 years old. . . Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. . . Track 1, 2, 3, 4. . .Basketball 1. . . Homeroom Vice President 1, , . dreams of being successtul. . . remembers the athlet- ics, mostly football. , plans to go to college . . . "You wou1dn't want to bet on it, " MARVIN MAESER "Mar- vin". . . 5'9". . .165 lbs . . .17 years old. . . "Let 'er rock, Doc". . .re- members his teachers. . . wants to go to college and then become a farmer. , .wishes he had a million dollars. . 1 N Q ' 1 , A 4 4 fi 4' 1 1 1 lr li' y lL,,.L ... -,.l,-, , 7 ROBERT McGREGOR "5C0l1I" . . . 6'. . . 160 lbs. . . 17 years old, . . Football 1. . .Track 1, 2. . . Economics Club Secretary 4. .-.will al- ways remember Trinity beating St. X 13 to 0 . . ,dreams of nine months of vacation and three months of school . . , ambition is to go to college and study Law. . . "I didn't want to shake you up, but 11 ooo PHILLIP MEDLEY "Stud I O l5.7uC I I C C18 years old. . . Football 1. . . Vice President 1, 2. . . Treasurer 3.. ."Might as well, can't dance". . . wants to be rich. . .un- certain about plans after high school, , ,will al- ways remember gradua- tion. n w t 'l L- lrltrrrrlfvr JOHN MEERMAN "John- ny". . .5'11". . . 135 lbs . . .18 years old. . .am- bition is to be the owner of a Harley Davidson F.L. H. . .remembers the holidays we didn't get in our Senior year. . . wants to be in the insu- lation business. . . "No jive, Jack, " LAWRENCE MATTINGLY "Winky". . . 5'11". . . 185 lbs. . . 19 years old. . , Track 1, 2, 3, 4. . . CSMC Representative 3, 4. . .hopes to be an engineer or commer- cial artist. . . "What a head", . ,remembers the day I cemented the tools into the wall during Shop. w w A 4 1 K ,i DENNIS MCAULIFFE "Denny". . . 6'. . . 148 lbs. . .18 years old, , , plans to attend Xavier and take a business course. . . Bowling 1. . . Economics Club. . .re- members the 58 St. X game. . .dreams of the . day when Trinity is state football champs. . , "Oh, Dad, " THOMAS MECCIA "Tom". . .5'8". . . 136 lbs. . . 1'7 years old. . . Band 3, 4. . .will al- ways remember the school spirit at Trinity . , ,plans to attend the Air Force Academy, and take up engineer- ing. . .dreams of the best things in life. 1 : ':'VE?j: 1 ,. M nv .f I if . n' -45: . w La- , f ici:- .4 , n uv , 1 .gr n .::.' 'W X ' ul',f fQ ' ' . 39,6 5 .57 it 7 7 ROBERT MILLER "Bob" ...5'10".. .155 lbs... 16 years old, , ,remem- bers that Trinity is the best school in the state . . . "Get on the stick" , , ,plans to settle down to a good life. . .dreams of Trinity being state champs in every sport. CHARLES MOORE "DaVe . ..6'...165 1bs...17 years old, , ,dreams of beating St, X and Flaget in the same year. . .Bas- ketball 1. . .Intramurals 3, 4, , ,plans on the Navy . . .Pep Club 3, 4. . .re- members the Frosh year and Mr. Mo11's school spirit for Trinity, , , "Sounds like a winner, " 0 A n I f' -- git 8,421 14 ' DENIS MORROW "Goose" . . . 6'5". . .185 lbs. . .17 years old, , , The Echo 3, 4. . .Basketball 2, , , The Shamrock 4. . . Chess Club 3, 4. . .Speech Club 4. . . Engineers Club 3, 4 , , , Assumption Operetta 4, , ,plans to study nuclear physics at Notre Dame. . . dreams of own- ing his own rocket ship , , ,Bowling 2, , .Intra- murals 3, 4. . .remem- bers Fr, Gephart's chess games with Heitz, , , "My heart cries for you." ' x CREIGHTON MERSHON "Creightie". . . 5'10". . . 165 lbs. . . 17 years old , . ,plans to study med- icine or law, , ,Varsity Varieties 3, 4. . .Assump- tion Operetta 4. . . CSMC President 4. . . Trinity-Assumption Play 4, . .dreams of be- coming a major league outfielder. , . Football 1 . . .Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. . . The Shamrock 4. , , Dance Committee 2, 3, 4. . .remembers most Fr, Hazelip, 4. -1'.?fNL-g' . r"' 4. n 1" RUDOLPH METZMEIER "Metzie". . . 5'5". . . 115 lbs. . . 17 years old, , . Bowling 2, 3, 4. . .Foot- ball Student Manager 1, 2. . .plans to attend architectural college. , , remembers Fr. Hazelip's dramatic way of teach- ing., ,dreams of a per- fect 300 game in bowl- ing. THOMAS MOODY "P00t". ..5'9". ..135 lbs. . . 16 years old, , , Intramurals 3, 4. . . "Get with it". . .plans to work at Durkee's. . , dreams of being out of high school. . ,remem- bers the day Trinity beat St, X, 1, wir J t IF ! E DAVID MUENCH "Dave" . . . 6'2". . . 160 lbs. . .19 years old. . .Rocket Club 3, 4. . .Chess Club 3, 4. . Homeroom Treasurer 2 . . , Secretary of Rocket Club 4. . .hopes to at- tend the University of Louisville to study rocket engineering. . . wishes he would have worked harder in high school. . . "Neat", , , will always remember his classmates and teachers. NOBERT NOPPER "Neat guy Norb", , . 6'2". . . 180 lbs. . . 17 years old. . , Bowling 1 . . .Varsity Varieties 2, 3. . .Glee Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Speech Club 2, 3. . . Glee Club Librarian 3 . . . "Good Lord". . . plans to attend Bellar- mine. ..wants a job with high pay. . . will always remember the school spirit at Trinity. THOMAS NOLAN "The Hat". . . 5'10". . . 150 lbs . . . 17 years old. . . Bowl- ing 1. . .Varsity Varieties 3, 4. . . Class Vice Presi- dent 2. . .Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4. . .plans to be an architect.. .CIIGHIHS of a million dollars, . . remembers the class- mates, teachers and school activities. . . "What's it to ya'?" Al. 1 r X L , 'L .L,7,1,i1 s ,Af - vw MICHAEL O'DONNELL "Roscoe O'Detz" , , . 5'11". . . 150 lbs. . . 18 years old, . . Sophomore Play. . . Speech Club 3 . . ,ambition is to make Trinity co-ed, , ,plans to attend college, , .re- members Jug, and three great teachers: Fr. Ha- zelip, Fr. Vessels, Fr. Hanrahan. . . "These river towns are rough. " e .1 ,. NORMAN OBERST "Sunshine". . . 5'10 ". . . 170 lbs. . .18 years old . . .Football 1, 2, 3, 4 ...Track 1,2, 3, 4. . . Varsity Varieties 2, 3 4. . . Student Council 2 . . .Homeroom Presi- dent 1, 2. . .Vice Pres- ident 4. . . Treasurer 3 , . ,plans to attend col- lege. . .dreams of be- ing an All-American football player. . .re- members the football field at Trinity. . . "Cool it, man, that's Chico 's girl, " LAWRENCE OSTING "Nick". . . 5'11". . . 150 lbs. . .17 years old. , ,re- members the day we beat St. X. . .Football 1 . . .Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .Pep Club. , ,dreams of beating St, Xin every sport, , .Treasurer 1. . . plans to go into business for himself. . . "Nice. " 3I ROBERT PFA ADT "Bob" . ..5'9". . .147 lbs.. .17 years old, , , Track and Basketball 1, , , Cross Country 2. , , Soccer 3. . destined for Xavier or Bellarmine. . . The Echo 3, 4. . .The Shamrock 4 . . .Varsity Varieties 3, 4. . .Youth Speaks 3, 4 . . .Speech Club 2, 3, 4 . . .Glee Club 3, 4. . . CSMC Representative 2 . . . Engineers Club 3, 4. . . dreams of Trinity as the state champs in football and basketball, , .remem- bers the faculty. , . "Now, Creightie. " RAYMOND PICKNEY "Mountain Boy . . 5'10". . .168 lbs. . .17 years old, , , dreams of eliminating all con- fusion, making every- thing go smoothly.. . Football 2, 3. . , Varsity Varieties 3, 4. . .Home-- room Vice President 3, 4. . . "Let's get on with it", , ,plans to go to college. . .remembers the years with the foot- ball team and the day St. X was stomped by Trinity, ,Jw . I -Nr. . Pnl " ','. EE VV -w I 5 RAYMOND PFEIFFER "Freddie", . . 6'3". . . 200 lbs. . .18 years old. , , Basketball 1, 2. 3. . .Foot- ball 2. . . Economics Club... .wants to study Commerce in college. . . remembers the dances at Trinity. . . "Is it or IS IT?" 1 Wi. ' 'E I K ,.,,l A .J EDGAR PURYEAR "Ed" . . .5'8". . . 155 lbs. . . 19 years old, , . Homeroom President 4. . . "Fiddle sticks". . . dreams of hav- ing a new car and a sharp girl, , , most remem- bers Fr. Vessels and Fr. J arising in Shop Class, , , plans to work hard, 9 , 1 if 71 , HILIARY PIKE "Bo" .. .5'8"...150 lbs... 17 years old, . . Home- room Treasurer 1, 2, 3 . . .remembers Trinity beating St. Xin 58. .. "Get on with it". , . plans to retire at 21. . . dreams of being out of high school right now, MICHAEL QUEENAN "Mike". . .6'. . . 155 lbs . . . 17 years old. . . Golf 2,4...The Echo 4... The Shamrock 4. . .headed for Notre Dame and graduation from there. . . Swimming 2. , , Speech Club 2, 4, . .remembers Fr. Grenough, the golf coach, with his one changeable club, . . "Good luck, " ISAAC REYNOLDS "Sack". . . 6'3". . . 170 lbs. . . 17 years old, , . Basketball 2, . . plans on college after grad- uation. . . "Cool it, babe . . dreams of be- ing the principal of Trinity High. . . srill remembers his first day at Trinity, STEPHEN RIGGS "Steve" . . .5'9". . .154 lbs.. .18 years old, , ,plans to at- tend college. . . "Think it'll rain". . .remembers the big thrill: Trinity beating St, X 13 to 0. , . dreams of the future ahead, i TIMOTHY QUINLISK "Tim". . .5'7". . .145 lbs , , . 18 years old. . .Bowl- ing 1. . . Engineers Club 2. . . remembers Trinity beating St. X in football , , ,plans to go to col- lege. . .dreams of being a doctor, . , "Get serious." 'I-HJ -L JOSEPH ROGERS "Jose" . . .5'11". . . 155 lbs. . . 17 years old, , , Home- room Vice President 3 . . . Treasurer 1, . . plans to get a job and go to night school, , , "Sure enough". . . wants to get a Harley-Davidson 74 motorcycle. , .remem- bers all the class picnics and the teachers. w r lx A H, N x EUGENE REBHAN "Gene" . ..6'...190 1bs...18 years old, , ,Football 1 i , , .Basketball 1, 2.'. . Homeroorn President 3 , . .Vice President 2. . . Secretary 4. . . "Get on the stick, honey". . . hopes to go to college . . .remembers Shop class in the Sophomore year. . .dreams of being a millionaire. I STEPHEN RICKERT "Fishrnonger". . . 6'. . . 165 lbs. . . 17 years old . . .remembers Dave Di1lon's haircut and Fr. Marcian. . .Football 1. . .Track 1. . . Soccer 3, 4. . . Homeroom Vice President 4. . .plans on college and Law school , , ,dreams about Trin- ity beating St. X in everything. . . "I wouldn't count on it. " CARL SATTICH "Carl" . . .5'9". . .152 lbs. .. 17 years old. . .Track 1. . .Golf 1. . .Basket- ball 1. . . remembers the baseball team that won the County. . .Pep Club 3, 4. . . "That sounds like a winner" , , ,dreams of owning a car. . . Homeroom Treasurer 4. . .plans to get a good job or join the service. WILLIAM SCHULTEN "Wil1ie". . .6'. . .175 lbs. . . 17 years Old. . . plans to attend the Air Force Academy. , . "Saxey" . , . dreams of having a new car. . . will always remember the teachers at Trinity. 34 CHARLES RUNNER "Char1ey". . . 5'l1", . . 145 lbs. . .17 years old . . . Track 1, 2. . , Soccer 3, 4. . . Engineers Club . . . Homeroom Treasurer 3. . . Secretary 4. . .re- members the many sports and activities at Trinity, , .wants to haunt faculty as a ghost . . .plans to attend Speed Scientific. . . "O good grief." 5 STEPHEN 'SEGURA "Rose Bud". . . 5'9". , . 170 lbs. . . 17 years old . . .remembers the day we beat St, X 13 to 0 . . .Football 1, 2, 3, 4, , , Basketball 1. . .Varsity Varieties 2, 3, 4. . . En- gineers Club 3, 4. . . Intramurals 2, 3, 4. . . plans to graduate from the Air Force Academy , , ,dreams of going through high school again. . . "Good-grief, " ,g mime ,L I . . BERNARD sALrRNo "Bemie". . .5'8". . . 150 lbs. . . 18 years old, , , "Can't be printed. . . dreams of being out of high school, and in col- lege. . .plans to study Law in college. . .re- members Fr, Wagner and Fr. Vessels. WILLIAM SCHINDLER "S3rI1". . .6'. . .195.lbs . . . 17 years old., , Football 1, 2, 3, 4. . .re members the day Trin- inty beat St. X. . .Var- sity Varieties 2, 3, 4. . . dreams of being a machinist, , ,plans on college. . . "Get with it. n , , ,- PATRICK SPALDING "Ticket". . . 5'11". . . 150 lbs. . . 17 years old, . ,re- members Mr. Thomas and beating St, X, . , Football 1. . . Basketball 1. . . "Go jump". . . Base- ball 1. . .Bowling 1, 2, , , plans to get into the field of radio and TV.. . dreams of going to the moon. FRED STEVENS "Head" . . .5'11". . . 135 lbs. . . 17 years old. , ,would like to be a manager of Winn-Dixie, . . dreams of having an island in the South Pacific, . . "That's really sharp". . remembers 'our riot of a class, 135. " ROBERT STEINBACH "Little man". . . 5'10 " . . . 189 lbs. . . 17 years old. . . Homeroom Vice President 1, , ,Secretary 2. . . Treasurer 3. . . "Ain't got time". . . wants to go to Barber College. . . dreams of owning a barber shop and having a big car. . . will always remember religion and English teachers. t 55,11 ALEXANDER TALBOTT "A1ex". . . 5'9 . . 150 lbs. . . 17 years old. , , Bowling 1, 2. . . Engi- neers Club 3, 4. . .Var- sity Varieties 4. . .As- sumption Operetta 4. . . plans on college. . .re- members 'Honest Bob Lindsay". . . "Hey, babe" . . .dreams of seeing Fr, Gephart not in one of his jovial moods. if :,:.:.g,,.,:,: 2.-yi gg Y , ...Q:.: is C MARVIN STICH "Me1vin". . . 5'9". . . 145 lbs. . . 17 years old . . .Football 1. . .Band 3, 4. . .Varsity Varieties 3, 4. . .Band President 3, . . "No, I'm just kiddin"'. . .plans I0 study music at Dayton , , ,wants to be the leader of a big name orchestra. . . remem- bers all his friends and Mr. Coin. CLARENCE THOMPSON "Clarence". . . 6'. . . 150 lbs. . . 17 years old, , , Investment Club, . . plans to be a mechanic after high school. . . dreams of having a full-house '32 Chevie rod. . . "Aw foot. " 35 KEITH TURNER "Ace" ...6'1"...150 lbs... 18 years old. . . Invest- ment Club 4. . . Speech Club 4. . . "Knock it off", , .wants to become an engineer or drafts- man. . . dreams of driv- ing a '59 Ford Convert- ible, . .remembers school dances, Pep rallies, and the tricks that were played on the underclassmen. 1 . RICHARD TRAUD "Rab- bit". . . 6'2". . . 195 lbs. . . 18 years old. . . Baseball 3. . . Soccer 3, 4. . . Intra- murals 3, 4. . . Engineers Club 3, 4. . . headed for college and then mar- riage. . . "Hey, fella", , , dreams of being a pro football or baseball player. . , remembers Fr, Schwartz, ALBERT VAN NATTA "Buddy". . . 6'2". . . 165 lbs. . . 17 years old. . .re- members the "rotten" food, , , School Safety Panol 3, 4. . .plans on the Navy, college, and marriage, , .dreams of just having a good dream . . . "Hello, Babe. " n J CHARLES UBELHART "C0rky". . . ss". . . 165 lbs. . .17 years old. , , Dance Committee 3, 4 , , ,plans to be a com- mercial pilot and grad- uate from Notre Dame , . ,dreams of starting high school over again , . , remembers the good times and the teachers. . . "Lovely, " CORNELIUS VANDEN- BERG "Kasey", . .6'2" . . .165 lbs. . . 18 years old, . .wants to be a merchandizer in the grocery business. , , "Oh, yeah, crazy", . .remem- bers the class picnics, the school dances, and the many controversies with Fr. Vessels about dating girls. . .dreams of having a successful life. ' N JOSEPH WATHEN "Joe" ...6'...160 lbs...17 years old. . . Editor-in- chief of the Echo 4.. . Football 1. . . Soccer 3 . . .Varsity Varieties 3, 4. . . "Doggone you, fella". . .plans on col- lege, afterwards un- decided. . , dreams of owning his own con- vertible. . .Glee Club . . , Speech Club. . . As- sumption Operetta 3, 4. . .The Shamrock 4 . . .Vice President Stu- ' dent Council 4. . .re- members the Senior year. 1 -. w Y DAVID WALKER "Dave . . .5'11". . . 150 lbs. . . 17 years old, , ,remem- bers the football games at Trinity. . ,plans to go in business for himself , , ,wants to attend col- lege after graduation. . . "Kool it down. " '4 WILLIAM WHITACRE "Bill", . . 6'2". . . 155 lbs . . . 18 years old. . .ln- vestment Club, , , wants to go in business for him- himself after graduation , , ,plans to attend U. of K. after graduation , . . will always remem- ber the teachers. X , JAMES WANTLAND "Tony". . . 5'5". . . 140 lbs. . . 17 years old. , . Track 1. . . Engineers Club 3..."How come" , , , remembers the homework and the girl cheerleaders Trinity had. . .wants to go to college and succeed in the field of science. . . dreams of seeing Trinity tops in the state. HAROLD W EBST ER "Harry". . . 5'9". . . 135 lbs. . . 17 years old, . , Investment Club, , , dreams of having a business of his own. . . remembers the sports at Trinity. . . wants to own his dream: a busi ness. . . "Boy, look at that heap, " Ivy, 1, ..... 1. .. V- 'fffqf '- STEPHEN WILLIAMS "Steve". . . ' .. lbs. . . 17 years old. . . Homeroom President 1, 2, 3, 4. . . "Sh2rp". . . dreams of being a salesman and retiring at 22. . . Student Coun- cil 1, 2, 3, 4. . .plans on college. . .Captain of Patrol Boys 4. . .re- members the teachers and fun. HENRY WILKEN "Hank" . . . 5'11". . . 180 lbs. . . 18 years old. . .Foot- ball 1, 3. , . Basketball 1, 2, 3. . .Baseball 1, 4 . . ,Homeroom Treas- urer 4. . . Economics Club Treasurer 4. . . wants to go away to college. . , "I mean, like, you know". . .re- members the IV bas- ketball team, , , ambi- tion is to be a teacher, or work in an office. .L lu. DAVID WISEMAN "Einstein". . . 5'1O". . . 158 lbs, , . 1'7 years old , , ,wants a job that pays a lot of money. . . wants to attend college , , , most remembers his teachers and classmates, LOUIS WILSON "Luigi" . . .5'11". . .1501bs. . . 17 years old. . . "Man, like one time in a row". . .remembers the ways the teachers were fooled. . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. . .plans to get a good job, , , dreams of owning a night club and making plenty money. .Iwi .H . .1 VV. rf, . .. as Xl' If QA , f Q ' . 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PEAK Treasurer "Back up, you clodsl I'm coming through!" . DLE B. Peak squeaks to R. Stuedle, I. Snider, R, STUE and J. DeSanctis. Vrce President 40 I 7764403605 Deng lf'-P., . 'af - Y - I T. WHITE President fm? .115 K T , MEYER Secretary iv N X JL ' s , ,f L E. ECKERT Vice President 'P 'ia V s ' ' f 4,3 r I T. MILLER Treasurer i A1 i5 1 ri QB W A J si if I certainly wish this guy would hurry up gripes B Beck to I Bloom while J Beck man pays his bills BACK ROW: I. Shaw, E, Mehring, J, Cecil, C, Beck, R, Wathen, D, Brown, D. Burch, SECOND ROW: I Henry, P. Burke, R. Cebe, W. Hubrich, P. Mitchell, R, Schoen, T. Heun. THIRD ROW: H. Brewer, H, Bass D. Houglin, I. Boone, I. Curry, M, Green, I. Beckman, G. Campbell, R. Bowling. KNEELING: R. Degener, T. Miller, E. Eckert, T. White, T, Myer, J. Cortes,QD. Horlander, W, Cain, M. Creagh. H If , is 1 ,Z - ll yy l I U O - . I , . 4 , 1 , a , i I w '1 'i ,. I 'u I V r W , . I I . i I . I B . FITHIAN President , ,. J, , , I . RAHIYA Secretary "Come on already! We haven't got all day! " mutter B, Edelen and E, Eckert to L. Earley and P. Emington under their breaths. 274 B. HEITZ Vice President - ,I ,. w W ' . ' Y ' ,-H521 V ' 1 1 nf, :nfl- 'XKM bf Y A ' '1 anti: "1 . ..: B. MILLER Treasurer W Q, --if :TW BACK ROW: E. Groves, J. Rahiya, W. Miller, W. Heitz, W. Fithian, P. Emington, R. Baker, L. Schmidt, L. Blume, I, Zaring. SECOND ROW: J. Colson, D, Ahrens, C. Donnaher, J. Erhart, J. Solley, T. Birkel, C. Simms, L, Huber, L. Earley. KNEELING: R. Steinmetz, W. Dabney, T, Poppe, B, Edelen, D, Hadom, S. Rubsch, M. Webb, D. Rohmann. 42 i .-., A '1 l fa- 1 -M 1 . u 1 . l I .. R BACK ROW: P. Sanders, M, Duffy, T. Craven, J. Greenrose, L. Kopp, M, McKiernan, L. Reynolds, D. Howard, L. Hayes, P. Bischoff, R. Bridgers, I, Doebler, E. Smith, W, Taylor, R, Eckert, M, Col- lier, W. Lenz. SECOND ROW: I, Yocurn, R, Webster, D. Kirchner, L. Guenthner, R. Lindauer, I, Hemmer, I, Nelson, K, Martin. FIRST ROW: J. Bealmear, I. Beckman, M, Stalker, D. Combs, I. Pyles, R. Riedling, L. Steinmetz, 275 v fxfgnfnfy mfg ' t,fgw33- A M. McKIERNAN President PM ,g-T-.-T TA .N --, N., 1-5 i , . .. l y W- TAYLOR "So that's what we look like underneath, " R. Webster, K. Martin, M. Pyles, SCCYCUHY and J, Schaefer wonder at a human manikin in the biology lab, -. ' E W N U M W -' ' m wigs- -mf J M. DUFFY Vice President SEW U "I" f12Q. f.f ' , in -' W w ' : Q- . .Q ' , n f ...a f I -.J -4 'za L ,..,l I I. NELSON Treasurer 43 BACK ROW: R, Ernspiker, C. Key, W. Comelius, B. Mattingly, I, Eye, F. Devan, T. Kleinhenz, T. Duffy, D, Hubbuch, MIDDLE ROW: E. Head, I. Schoenbaechler, J, Hill, D, Perri, R. Fritsch, F. Roberts, W, Smith, M. Tandy, G. Wibbels, FRONT ROW: M. Mason, J. Maerz, R. Knust, H. Nahrn, J, Levie, P. Kragel, R, Manford, T. Davidson, G, D'Ange1o. 277 W , 5 A,-2 Q-4 ,, ij 'ff 1 i ' . ' W , 1 ' if - 5 :""'?lfl- f -, """:' Y HU' Ni' .Qif 3 w, sM1TH i i 3. ' Fl President i ,"', ,T " "' ,3 B. MATTINGLY i y y7 'Q i Vice President fi fn il Ai ,L I V- ! ' .an Q3 X gl. A' F i" 1 c. KEY X' 4 ' Secretary - T, KLEINHENZ Treasurer "Oh, swing it man. That's groovy! " W. Cornelius, F, Davidson and G, D'Ange1o to T. Devan seated at the piano. -Q I H .l' ,. R. JONES President N L I' X ' 4? . 4. J. ALFORD Secretary 2767 1 r-73' "In ff, 'x.- 4 , .1 .X 1 W Eh i,aF3i,g lg ' ,Qi I . EVANS Vice President r,,..z W. ' VN "Come on, boys, buy a ticket, " begs Fr, ' R, Lenahan to R, Baumer, L. Cruthers, C, R. YOUNG Rickert, and W. Giesin. Treasurer fr- , 1,-.T-rf, -. , . ,, ..,- -.J -' - ' ' W W ' f la.,-xp: l. 9 I -" , ' or O, ex. ., i Q 'l'i, ' six , go A .AP 'rf - -J, Z Liiifei " ifjf, 2 I BACK: R, Baumer, J. Handle, T. Caron, B. Ruwe, T. Burns, J. Schaefer, I. Roby, G. Brown, W. Giesin, SECOND ROW: J. Acherman, W. Seidenfaden, K. Dye, D, Morton, J. Leer, S. Gravatte, D, Cordy, C. Temple, J, Schall, D, Milligan, KNEELING: E, Suddeth, R. Young, J. Alford, I. Evans, R. 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Young R- Young I- Z-ahfadka 1 R It rx L 1 "Don't worry, Vince. We won't hurt your cast, " I, Gatewood, secretary, S. Schuster, vice presi- dent, and P, Delehanty, treasurer, reassure V, Aprile, president, 'as they autograph the cast on his broken leg, xv! he uf' V "Hail, Mary, full of grace: the Lord is with thee. " Making use of the chapel, E, Hundley, vice presi- dent, T. Casey, president, I. Roney, treasurer, and R. Holder, secretary, murmur a prayer in front of the Crucifix, Y . , , . ,,.,,I . . ,mai V , N , r rr rr +. - T-?v,7,Nffg,, 1 1 - I 4 7 w , J 'I ' , v5 ' 1, - Y 5 ,,-, . 'ff Ns.-97 21' ' , z .S 4- . '5Qf'.',1: . , - . V - 'K " -tl Q., . .Q 'Q' ., C, Brown C. Donahue R, Downs lv vm sg! N . 'V 'PI H p ' xr 'fe-Q 1, fe, if ,Q 13' T..-ff 4 11 V. ' 1 ls! T L gmt R. Kruse J, Ruckriegel I, Schulz 775 --Z SM V I 'Ti' gi..-5 --,- ,I LU ,. A ' 1 ',,, Af.-V-5, ,EE Y L I Ji, 3? V, Awu legl . y iii! " lv '-Q 'A f' I4 - , ..., f M ,,a, - 'ly , Q ': , EEN 'II' 2 kv Eff' Y .Ta 1' , , 'A L ,' gg " ., Eg , -"",,, "f rf . rg r is 2 ?r r i s -.3 rag I. Heim W. Hellmueller B. KHICFH V fir? 'V " E Yu ... -- -' -1' : UV 5 U Z ' i' E N .1 -. 1 , . , . . -,M W :L - JI, 2 ,.. Ig 'A ' Y zfkt,-'if' 51 :1 , , 1 Y Y vt .Eff , M, 'Nl 1 6 , mmm fe ' ffflpg. .f1ili!,i:.- V A, I- eT"j R, Smith F. Weas W. Weigel he ' 5 :K 1 ' 1 Q .g ....f M ,AK 'A F' .fl X , 5' X' l ' 51, gllif I. Williams I ,.. 'HTTP' B. Amltmg J. Arnold .11 Y , VI ' Q ty, pw ., 17 ' " w WV? of t' 1 H. Bailey J, Bodenbender 'fi 5' E 9 'Z 1 , R. Brennan M. Burns M M ,I . , any ,. Art., Im . , , . ll 5 in. MEF Hts -f 1 1 I I . ' s s ,JN .. Q 4 ... 1 ,Er i , K I. LEE " at r . N iezmr L 1 1,52 A' My 'ff ' E. Cunningham R. Durbin 774 "Oh, if we had the wings of angels, " mournfully intone F. Henry, presrdent D, Kalbfleisch, treasurer, P. O'Herr1, vice president, M. Melcher, secretary H ft f f K PS:H', ,f if Y xml ' y gif' ' ' 'fy-f 5- -fi .zz 'V ' Y -- -fl-. wf,1f,-.,- '1 T' 4 'T 22,3 W Z N 4 N .IR I N 1 mb. ' 'ggi' -0 Gi M Id W gli? 'IB I V , A d A 't -ef ec.vJ' t .1 M . +2 t of y .1 ' .vm -I on '- A' ' - h r K, 'RQ:gf'.2f'i- of Q- . rr , ' .t - 'H-Hn 'ff A ' C. Kinsel J, Hipple K, Jewell L. J0hHS0H I. McGovern J. Moody C. Mudd 'wut- d"d 3 d 4 .' N ,, 1 ,,. P lfx 'V ' "'--, K . -. "S -' .' 7-1 X, r i . rl -1-YJ 1--4 ,J w A . 4 I . ry ff d Q . fa 3 A W u f W Q V J , N ' v I QR. -0 Q 'f y 5 1 1.1 sf 9 r t 1 .4 2' . '? 'xy - Q' P.-..-'.:.'.g'o. H In f V P' 1 I' g '41 V h ' R H ei4:"- ' r r . ' u M I -M wt M t wr-:'rf N ur, Qxa rt, r x Nl. Q. 'H -'11 Xt -A 5 D. dual- r Mudd W, Peters J. Prestigiacomo C. Schmitt D. Stout J, Turner N. Wine J, Aboud W. Bibb T. Bulleitt I. Cecil T. Dues M. Flynn G. Freibert C. French B. Golden P. Graven C. Haddle E. Kamer R. Kopp he M. Kruer R, Logsdon I. Marchand T, Montgomery C. Morrison P. Nagel D. Nopper E. Ogbgn-lg L Quesenben-y L. Rapp L, R0biIlS01'1 D, Rl1Sh D, Sattich D, Schardein I. Schmidt J. Welsh S, Werle 775 'Z J, suich w, Walker I "See, there, I told you that was the an- " 1 p a Y swer, g oats A. Hoskins, president, to B. wilson W. woolsey A' Vish, secretary, and C. Kane, vice president, 50 B. Bisig J. Bamett jd gy, gn ., "Boy, I sure wish we didn't have to go to school, " moans D. Monohan, secretary. "I'm with you there! " H. Roberts, 777 president, fervently agrees. '11 ' ' I W y .V . 1 T 1 X . 9' A V. I 1:.. J, . ...I .f 5:51 L . . ' . n-1."' W gn. .. ,.., , Q.. - .. . L- '. . E" ' 1 H- .1 - . .- , . y. 2- . 1' ' Y 4 ef' 'Z-'E 1 T J.-.': qs,-xy, - .. . ' r, -.-., ...V .- ., ...Mx x.- Xxf rf w. N Y' Nr- x r .1.:--.'711'Nf.',.. 52F.EE222.'EZ , W.. - B. Lampe W, Link .. . t ,. is L4 'Wd . V'-S I 1 I Il f 'ii 5 f X A I E Q4 .F-L K .J L.-xiii!! X ,Z .Y- M .IM . is- as-1 V 54 V ' ' to l N . M .,, .. . , H. Jax Q l.. is R. Blaske S. Boone T. Butsch F. Corso G. Davidson R, Epperson x . S 1 A? . Q, 4 .. '. ww- - I. 4-rig. L4 H. Gollar L. Goulet R. Hayden W. Johnson M. King N. Llebert ' - ., . . .. G. Pilson L, Puryear n A My W--amy rV-.af-.I,i3,ga'2-sg.-it .gr M Q-'P .Him f 2: y .I 1'. 51, '- "J Q . ?-,QL-a n ,'-lin! " .r Nik, any ,, y y .V W ,Ll K Q -Y 1 M R. Ratterrnan N. Rawert A ' 5 ' 57 T" . :'g':fl:1 1 Q S - 'H ye' ww, Y ' A ' 1 'M J bmi-..rrf ' Q ,EI Y: X- :-A ff.'if s ' 9 f ., -X , "3 , I I 3 ,I 31",- f at 5 f ' Av"A : f'.g3 L' ' --fy ' I 1 Z ' " - a 1 , .1 f fu S e e ,fr . xv- 3 V X as y -n ' XV, ww 2' :ig , V7 Q, A 'iw' V - ' t, X ' 7 1, 121 '. , y ' ' 3 , 'v r X225-.' 41 1 A I' . . k , ' N - " -,A I Y ' ,iggjgz-Q: ' X x if V t Q -'P' a GR 4.7.1 3 ,1 1 . " - X 'Q NN B. P-611521 I. Runner R. Sanders C. Schmidt D. Scholtz B. Staley B. Stememann if - . j 1 1. . Irv . V. . If , . ' , I r- .. ,.g: v .5 - Q. S r V--. A , -L-, :N " . Q , ,,., N , '23 --.A ' Z Q V. 1 .U J :N ., . 'l -V . ll Q .' X ... V ...... - at r W1 v is is 4 5 "'- " " 2 'AYV EM ' , L -1 W 'QW .i . . A. G' r J l ,' 'ri' . v' Qi' 5 '35-1, . 1 -.. " ts 'fL3'5i3'i-333-R EXL LL. '- i -" ' "Fm 4 M. Stell T. Thornbury P. Waskom N. Watson M. Wilhem R. Zehrlder :W A ""ft' R R R R , K. Bohler R. Brian R. Bridgers W. Brumleve R. Cashon T. Cravens ' Q, ., 'I EV: ,535 X ...lay M.:-,:, ,R 1. , V. ,xr I . - uw' ' ' R ' HI ., . L - W 1 . ' - 'L .1 ,fag 'R J .rf .fi 4 R A ' . , . ,R ' -, An- . eg""r -R R I M R,,:- VW .,.. ,, , Re 1 J. Hubbard R 1 i t of R R 1 rf- R Jf , rl R R ' ' , R "RR 'RM R . R R R . "" 'MXR.'f'R.P- XR L rl 'N 481- ,,RRrg?riR..1R5RR i J. Dockter P. Dorson S. Gregg W. Hewitt G. Hillenbrand C. Hilpp jf H -ARR R f . -VRR wt. If R R 1 L R. Kragel ,T ujh. ,fe-Qian, ,R ' R R V if i G, Lange V-,--- - i- - fe R . I R ' xt W ' "O, K., fellows, pay attention to mel" jabbers M. Parentice, president, as R, Kitten, vice -r . .X Q4 president, W. George, secretary, and B. Meuller, treasurer, try to figure out if he acts this ' - ' -G way all the time. C. Lepperr ,I ,Yr ,, , , u...-. 7 7. Z.. A p -i f 1 . , , F , e ve-,., Y if- 7 '-- --- I . 4, Q t ef R'f ,R ,QS R 5 W 4 , -'- ' J h g..- ,If H ' ,R - , ,, , '.,,,, Y, ,Q V. Maser Dave M011 Don Moll C. Owens T. Prestigiacomo R. Quinker ' R J, Roberts W. Rosso S. Sautel F, Smith D, Strange N. Tombs M, Wehner 5' Z-Qs SN. J 1 , , A , . ..,. A X fly'- .- , I . - W I .1 , fn r , mv fe 'T L "Look at that funny lookin' little car, would ya! " president R. Ferrill guffaws to R, Blandford, secretary and E. Weber, vice president, as treasurer R. King gazes serenely off into space. 'wuz at A -:-: Q il . B 1 fi' M 7 F B L f 3,i. 3!gi r i I 2 11 l 1. rf rr f--e, '1'f we r--9 A X W 5 1 1 1 W if lrr fr as f f W ' l ' or r Xrlj' E' JS, 344, 1 K W 5 " ,4 'l s . ' I .Q A. Amos L, Beckman G. Boardman I. Boeckman G, Buckler R, Bumba V I V J, Condor " xr ' 5gjgfr-?.:1'g1T'Leei'ffWt-'-.,i:r':i."f1f-fer' ' ' f 'gin' ,N , 1 , A ., W I :Y .RJ ff - A , Q , . 4, A- W' 'uw rx , rr - - 52 B - f V T ' 'l l l e , + r l FW W' in l N X 1 Y .l H' v 1 'lf I ,A "gr g ,A-'fi ,Q - X . l '1 in I f i ' V ky tl-V , B ,l,,-ni,rns 'V' , A B l 1 , f I, Connell B. Cunningham I. Fowler W, Hill I. Hoben M. Holahan . M M i X ,mann A, Kaiser L. Krebs W, Major W, McCullough W, Oesrerritter J. Ogden i iw 1, Osting B. Perry R. Schmid: B. schmid: R. Spears J- Young B. Kaelin ,- 1' le, ' ' ,AQ ml 7 . ,' 'fix-.2-1 'A .' 1, .vi 4' K airs if I, Olges ,RA- ' A ,I r . . +1 L V f V NL .121 A 9 'llffi'5L . E-23 1'- Lf? 51 29, 'E 1 sq . Q 5 ,R T f, 5 H, g m fr, Q 15 L. .N - .,,:m4 , - , , ..,. 1 Y It xl It A, it W lx- .rr 1 , R, 5 ,,.g 5, , WF : ' A I 2 V I , V .K I H: fuffl NY ,iw I in Lf ' ft V L T 'V '41, 1 A ' G. ACKERMAN J, ARNOLD K. BAKER H. BELLOWS J. BARNETT D. BLOCK K, BOWER Lf' f, LQ' Qli Q. f N .J R. BREWER I, CUNNINGHAM V. DAHL W. DUES K. ELLIOTT S. FLECK I. HAVILL 1 aw R R R R L X 1 - :I A '1 P .' E Z xii I, in ' ttf I it ,I lr' ' fy g A J, - and , I I - t Q: In V N LQ' ff.. V- Q, I3 . r t -: M ,, ff . it -. 5 " -N. 4 ,-X rw l ,t 4,45 qv 11- " 1 firm .- N I W f .'-' , R- ' L N pi?-2? L 5 1 1 R LP , R - wr If 'l':"5 A .ns 1,124 ,Qf'VL.'f Y ' J. , , f ,, ga, ,,, 2,55 -. , W, Q " ' 'W X D. HILL L. HIMELREICH D. HUDSON C, KAPESSER D. LANGE P. LEDET P. LICHTEFELD I -5 3, D. LIEBERT R A I I! f, 1 ' ,xp '11,-r. ly . W rl I r I T W e k ' V W- 1.542 W . I f uf Qulf S' MONOHAN 1 Q W :-- Lg. 'X " .,:,..,., ':s::'- I Jo g 1 R ":' Emir? - Q R L 1 .., W 3 R. PANTHER u f L- B RITCHIE M. SCHULTEN H Q S, STEWART ,. ' 'wg , Q 1 Y VI .L ,-:2 11121522 ' , . fx 'x M' 1 K:," '. A K4 "Oohh. You've gOt on a T-shirt.J' gasPs B. Martin. vice P' SUMMERS ' J 5 X' 'R' ' M president, to secretary M, Fitzgerald as D. Cardwell, H' VOLPERT treasurer, and president D. Brohman laugh at Fitzgera1d's expense. A, WEAS 1.1355 I 53 as I H2 1' "' "'H,?,,i .lf 1 ,"-gl ,. ""' ,HS ,,:: Vmgmw IW :v:..,5-'15 .,:: QW? uw i f N, P. GREENE L, HUMPHREYS 'WU Fifi! u' ggi' i g " ff w ,A. il ifttlifg '- 1: tt i R. KAELIN L. MARTIN T. BRAUNER L. BROMM A. BROWN D. DIETRICH M. FANGMAN ' 22? FJ' r As M. Dewitt, secretary-treasurer, and D, Liebert, president, admire Fr. Gep- hart's new car, they seem to be thinking, "Fr, Gephart must catch an awful lot of guys chewing gum for him to afford a new car like this. " ll 1 , R , . if O' N X- T .,,,, xt WY.,- J. GRIESHABER R, JOHNSON I, LOWE B. MUELLER D: RIGGS R. SCHWEITZER I. T. STOTTMANN C. TUCKER T. WENDELN T. WHITEHEAD 54 Discussing the day's schedule before the bell rings V Vg. 1V .I I ! 1' uri W' W1 if .A.a. ' N. ALLGEIER .. W, u I M 3 i Ji! X V if :lg ff i Y 1' 'Q E j A. 5 i iw V M. BISCHOFF W im' O e 'QV s. BARRETT ff O 'T ,V zQ .,V, -V - V H V -,:-: 1 'fr'Q',3 V i A E gg, 4 I V FEL .V zlz V O w if l 7-f i i i r Q- 1- A ' 1. BRAY i V' r ri CUNNLNGHA O c. CARTWRIGHT "V V , . , W i e se . e E .- V --v QV :O' V 7' Y Skim G. DEMLING - it A VJVVVQ , ' .,..., 3. , ,3 , :.: :.: W.. is . Xe K jx A HT Q G- mm are P. Moll, president, P. Coleman, secretary, R. DYE T. Zartman, vice president, and N. Lubbers, treasurer, i , 250 +V..- ' .YF-er '1- :ZA VQ 12 :-: L , I :ly N' nn Vi V f V V V V V V V n wi ,.: W I I w XV i- WF f Qi., fi A Vu .Q T, .IV V BE i .-YQ X V V , V 33335 LQ , x"' .Q4,V'xL,.g ewsigf: .ww ' P. GOEBEL J. GRIESBACH T. HUMPHREYS R. HUMPICH D, JACKSON G, KRATZWALD D, MCCARTHY B r i 1 if If'3fl':"' 'f-wg, fE1'ef -V V wV,Vr :,V M, V V:-! VV "LJ Ing ' 4 . L --. 1 . , . - is-.1 e- rVV ,JJ 3-5- V143 e p n mg . , T, s, a liwwegz W V - -T ' 1" ' W W W . -,..:. ' ' 'El-A '-'ff ..... lr, i i f f In ,,. v ' rr We 1' -i4ri- 'F ' W 'f i 1 i ' ' . V , W . :admin i . is M -- -e S 1 ' l , . -sg J i n .,,,, -,, , i f r , l C. MCPHERSON E, MAGRUDER H. MOORE E, OWENS R, RASCHE F. RAUSCH ' fm " " 'y 'f 1' ' ':" ' 7""" " I T "'f T T """"" K' " "'-1 'Z ' Z iffy- v 7 jf ,-, -,-.:. f H 5' .,.. 2 1" 1 1--5 ' - ' VV- -"" ",- ww - IV V . F! V V f -3, 555.-AN V ,VN 5.VVV . -V 1, V IV , ,rf ""'1gQL.VV ,VVV.VV Q V i V I L u-V ,I'!.V ' -V VV ' N fl :VV1 VV jg: 11V VIE: E l IV, A VV V 1 V V X 1 ., VVV VI, V VVV VV , -- VF: Vw . r fp J L, A- J i i 1 A 9 -,Q e f- - -i., O . i s e L V in y -O Q W VV V V n n ,,V. M V V, QV V.. I, SCHEICH R, SCHWEICKART E, SMALLWOOD W, VAUGHN L, WEITER. I. WILLIAMS H, SEIDENFADEN M R. ACHINO T. BIZOT G, BROWN M. CASPER B. CHODERA P. DUFFY R. GAYHART I. GRAF I. HAKEL D. HART I. KING E, LOEHLE C, LUCKETT I. MCCARTHY I, MOLL P. O'DANIEL I, POPSON D, PUGH M. RAHIYA M. RAMSAY , . , ., , . ., In ,Ig .1,. .DJJ ' , .. f Am, L. STEINER ' 254 M7 .I yn mm , sa 3-. It , . D. SCHUMAN N 1 , . ., , x . . Q x X -Y 1. 'You guys better take cover! It might explode! " squeaks secretary J, Wagner to B, Thompson, treasurer and W Bruendermann president as he cautiously speaks over P. VAILE w, WALKER ' ' D. YATES vice president J. Meredith's shoulder, E BAUHEF ER I BECKMAN 5. Y w' I 'y 5 ,E - W' .4 - W LAX j T2m,,.,Qmi to-ng t . . ,,, . my ' wx Mm f' V L' 'I w E E fl " y 3 W nz 1 y A 1 f C3 ,N mf J H' Q Q E 51,1 S v i to t W Q X N X P. X92 BRADEN I . BROGHAMER ,W idx-ig i gy-.Jwlarx-,rsms-: V q i V Ex , , 'Mijn - ! I.. Q K' X N H ,FE 'Q , t fe '1 , , N ,, ' 'i,, E- vi- f s! is 1 't w V W 3 'Y' iv Y. fin. L - - A- Q V, I W. CARDWELL D. CAIN into -- - -f? "Let's not ham up this picture, " L, Byron, treasurer, suggested to T. Maloney, secre- I tary. So they didn't. Struck dumb along with Byron and Maloney are vice president T' ' D, 'Schindler and president D. Noltemeyer, N 1 t f t-:se t L . t-,1 ft-in E-- e' ll - . w y Ck 1- if , . d 5'-I t ' 256 e t 4 . - AXA R. ECKERT K, FORTENER ,V l 1 ' ' Wu , 'H F : Q t ' f. ., 1 'Q 4 M ' I 'r R -T.: d ft n N - 3. 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W amaze 257 T hi Q T . 2,439 ,fi I I TF , I' E As 0 ' ' J, DEHART ,f f h 1 , E L 1 D- DEI-PH R. DILGER T. ENGLEMAN QL: 'Q 3-... uf ,Q k -, ' T QS.. HT 3533? 5 Vx-"1,:"Yif'-,fwlfifd 've-vm aim? wfrvv4 ?fi1Wli:7 1 W ,995 R 35'g,if?6rJPN-4g.,Qi5.11gg5g4 R12 M32 gears' R- Pom foQ?mwx-f ,T A6w0fseff5,- -M vm. -Lf 9990-9,390-114 -?s!5.'f1-49-'b"r'b'U'f5.! ,MHQ4 ,kQ59fQpQ"'4.f.. Ziblaegx N- .5 ' 'X 'QQ N D. HARDESTY F. HILL C. LUTES , . V . ., ., ,, ., . ff 'fir x f'il"ff, GN'-4558 52924327?f'333IQo'e'o'e+5r5f?t?5?f'52i'?6565 nw...vwgffwQ'Mww+se-Q 3024Q35Q34'?.'Zr."3"0+9Q9'Q94Wo'?41 'W F were Q.t.2,gQ9.QL13GO0E 'QM GEZQYQKIQQQ?'3e?Qe?a?Q+?WQ04fffees ?36m?'oo'?e'?f"Q0 eQ"9".ww90W QW Q- -H-fm era we "First we're locked in school all day, " whines D. Kruse, secretary to his boss D, Lenz, president. "Next we'J1 have to pick up all the trash. " K. KELLERMAN D. NOLAN 4 J, ,lu A I' U 'Q ,I. Q -. lylll ' , , AN I w M Q b W 1 S l w A V , if T X 5? --4 , S. ENNIS ' w T. 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CAGE RECORD TRINITY OPPONENT TRINITY 69 Butler ------- - 68 '75 36 Valley - - - - 52 '72 58 Southem - - - - 49 53 49 Flaget - - - - 56 69 63 Shawnee - - - - 66 47 46 St. Xavier - - - - - 47 56 46 Eastem ---- - - 62 42 59 Good Shepherd - - - - 43 69 53 Atherton - - - - - 56 54 50 Fern Creek - - - - -49 83 45 DeSa1es - - - - - 48 68 '7th Regional Tournament Trinity 57 Eastern 83 OPPONENT St. Joe Prep - - DeSales - - - Male ---- Ahrens ------ Waggener ----- Shawe Memorial - St. Xavier ---- Good Shepherd- - Flaget ------ Country Day - - IEBSICITI " ' " "' ln 12" I 51 1, M , me iff Q ? U yn., 1 . v .NI ' 1? J V Q v f Pe . . K , Q . 1 ' K 'P 1 ,. - rf if r -. V 4' q f M . - 1 1 t w lil ,. X , S1433 I . HM E 5503 -of , ,fJ5.J xf'f-A 'J f 1 ,K 3 , ,M 9 S39 I f I WX IT? in , sa N i f in . 1 E ' 'Y' ' 1 'LH w 51 x Q gli L ' V I S L ' .I Q. u 1 I , ,J zf' G ,nv .5141 gfgi' 'H Q1 X . , 1, 'J' ' L Fir? 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FRONT ROW: Charles Sandman, Gary Campbell, Tom Meccia, Steve Birkel, Tom Birkel, Mike Wilhelm, Jim Buckman, Jerry Cunningham. v-I POOPED-OUT GREG LARKIN cradles the trophy Nancy SENIOR DICK BEALMEAR seems determined not to touch Butler. QUCCI1 of the Third AHHU31 Tfillf-'TY 1UVifafi0H31. the ground as he floatsf past a group of spectators at the 1135 il1SI handed him. State Cross-Country Meet at Lexington. 69 I S-Q' "WE DID ITI " Re- ceiving the State Cross-Country tro- phy from Mr. Billy Joe Mansfield and Mr. Ted Sanford, State Athletic Com- missioners, are Captain Greg Lark- in, Dick Bealmear, and Freshman Jim Bealmear, who fin- ished 2Oth to pace the Shamrock har- riers to their second straight State Cham pionship at the Pic- adome Golf Course in Lexington, 'Qu TRINITY HARRIER DAVE MOLL races to a quick lead, hotly put- JUNIOR JIM CUNNINGI-IAM jogs easily along sued by teammates Raleigh Baker and Greg Larkin in the Third An- at the Shamrock Cross-Country Run while two nual Shamrock High School Thanksgiving Day Run, Led by Sopho- other harriers gasp painfully in his wake. more Chuck Owens, the Shamrocks captured their second straight team title. Q ' z . a C 1 4i5:g,,1,-jflifx . .V , 'fam' ia - '- n A W' " M43 W! . ti , REGIONAL CHAMPS AND SECOND IN STATE: TOP Row, left: J. Cunningham, D, Loehle, D. Hart, J, Spiers, S. Monohan, L, Mattingly, N, Oberst, B, Liter, B. Jewell, E, Martin, D, Cardwell, F, Henry, B, Ecker. THIRD ROW: R, Steinmetz, C. Haddle, M. Wehner, T, Bulleit, B, Oser, E, Weber, D. Moll, B. George, B. Mueller, B. Cunningham, D. Moll, C. Owens, J. Gatewood, R, Schmidt, C. Leppert. SECOND ROW: R. Riedling, C. Sandrnan, P. Emmington, G, Campbell, I. Martin, J, Buck- man, S. Burkel, S. Gravatte, B. Miller, R, Stuedle, J. Howard, R, Baker. BOTTOM ROW: I. Green- rose, B. Gatewood, T, Burns, J. Alford, T, Burkel, Captain Greg Larkin, Co-Captain Dick Bealmear, R. Jones, J. Leet, I. Bealmear, C. Rickert, M. McKiernan, R. Schoen. "IT MAKES ME SICK TO HAVE TO COME IN SECOND, " moans the coaching team of Jerry Denny and John Moll, Sympathetic second-placers are Ben Jewell, Norm Oberst, and Frank Henry. 11 Frank Henry pumps around the three-quarter pole, neck and neck with a Providence runner. Henry, and Trinity, won - going away. FRANK HENRY breaks the tape first in the 100 yard dash dur- ing the Catholic Invitational at Bellarmine. ,li GO! GREG LARKIN, after re- ceiving the baton, races past an opponent during the mile relay at Lexington. -I I F E 9 an 1 - ' -"5 ' -- ' V' A X- 1 1 H "" .r 7 w2'T'g,"'t "T" , I, 3! , A' 'EU' 1lAgl5ig,?h,mQ 'A f , ,Q "' ' IL y -1 1- .X K In V p Y , ,rt wi- A enemy e H in,-ei. A P -53-' 'HERE YOU ARE, FRANK, " pants Greg Larkin as he hands Henry the baton for the last lap of the mile relay at Lex- ington. Sn .i W ' . i MQ, Y. YA, -.6-Ulf 1-. 'CEL TRINITY ALL THE WAY! Bob Oser and Bob Liter lead the pack in the low hurdles during the Catholic Invitational Meet at Bellarmine. 4' . , - , 'ttyl - 'f lg 1 -Q7 ' ' f' .4 .3 Q ,ggi . Qwb A it y My ' V- fini' 5--if 1 it ' g1'Enr0,5'fg':!',Et ': " -. L- 9 ,. '. 4 - v A . A ISQVHEIIIA - , HI' If , in A ,.r' f,.Q ' ' . 1 'W 5 1 'N TT 4 J ' vu l If .. J- f' vm. 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V " ' , . Wd, qi ' V Y IP. h , M lr ,giggle 'i 5.1 L 1 N ' ,T 'M W V K, .,, . I Y t . it 4 WWW., is V. pf ,,R1y'i9" - fl . a gQR,N1TYf O- 1 -sf fee . A 'UNITY' i ': -M x f 1 I t ,J 1 I t Ear-' O- -.--1 H-- , .g, v . awk, - -J, , ,,,, . , - .. -W.-All., 28th District Runners-up-TOP ROW: I, Schollenberger, J. Thompson, L. Block, W. Webb, L, Weiter, G. Hildenbrand, C, Kane, T. Walker, D. Yates, P. McDaniel, W, Asher, D. Kalbfleisch, and Coach McDonald, MIDDLE ROW: Captain M, Kamer, M, Kruer, T, Waldeyer, N, Blunt, W. Kraus, M. Shulten, I. Horne, C, Mershon, R, Pfaadt, and S. Werle. FRONT ROW: S. Golden, M. Stalher, R, Lindauer, and Dave Jackson. --i f - w sl S the 1 . .. , , . , 1 "'r-D+'n- Q - ' 1 I "Y ' - T ' SAFE! Left fielder Wayne Kraus slides back safely into first on attempted New Albany pick-off play Sharnrocks whipped their Indiana rivals, 6-3. fi , r rf :gig-qf.1, X-r-eff i new to In ....- REGIONAL CHAMPS and third in the state, the tennis team, consisting of fback rowj: Bill Walker, Charlie Kappesser, Dave Buren, Coach Rev, William Butler, fFront rowj: Denny Kute, Charlie Kane, and Cap Hos- kins, proudly display their trophies, WHACKI Sophomore Cap Hoskins ICIUIHS 3 SCIVC f1'0H'1 teammate dll!- ing a practice match at Seneca, SS' Q62 ,W OOMPHI Regional finalist Denny Kute serves a hot one to an op- f Q ponent during an intense match 1' at Seneca against Atherton. K E. as N, 'Es new . we ' .""' . , ir., ,, 1 ,F the EE UN ' in z ' ' X 126922 'Y' : 3 EL W , 22 M? ,Y , -H-. . " 'fl -s 'P ia . ' f' - TIT' 'ff-1" T1 'F f 1 IE :J "if" "5'5l':':': 33,5 V :. 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Ferriell sported a nifty 37 average for the season in leading the Shamrocks to a 15-1 record, the Regional Championship, and third place in the State Tournament, JEL 'Un r, 7 w' Vr- H m , 'wk wl ' W , H"iif7- HRX, , ' 1.4 is A' 's wr ' Q 1" A 1-L' ,S- 492' "'-arf ml" 4 ,er AK. ' E .' ..' , ut. Z f" , K . A g V U, 17 -I 1 , if iii 'F' , .317 n E , g -I 3 W E SENIOR DAVE DILLON displays his 41 average swing, "REMEMBER, NOW, keep you head down, " warns third best on the team, during a match against Fem teammate Mike Queenan to Bob Knopp before an Creek. important match, .f W .KL A we .-. N- , li ' Q J . . K 'C ' "1ix,ff 1 . R. xx . 1 GTM E 5 I E E I be tttt ,OEMs TRINITY GOLF REPRESENTATIVES Mike Queenan, Dave Dillon, Jim Ferriell, back row, Bob Knopp, Moe Demling, and Don Brohman, front row, did quite well winning the county regional and finishing third in the State Tournament. 8 I 3 I ff X fl 'r 3 H -1.- N P sr J 2 U -am Y ii 4 r I 4 Q J 1 N l 1 4 , 1 l. E1 1 1 Q ACTIVITIES ..----..- .... --, , I Speech club members take time out to pose for a si- lent photo. Members are Qtopj Henry Bellows, Nor- bert Kopper, Mike' Hines, Joe Thompson, Mike Dues, Jim Shollenberger, Jim Williams, Paul Bleuel, Denis Kute, and Rev. Joseph Miller, Qbottomj Tony King, Bob Kinser, Tom Hand, Steve Rubach, Vince Aprile, Steve Fleck, Jim Newman, and B111 Walker, 1 Youth Speaks representatives, E. J. Gary, Dennis Morrow, Robert Pfaadt, Steve Rickert, Bill Walker, and War- ren Bruenderman, hash over their lunch at a city-wide student con- ference at Male. 84 "C'mon, flip the cue card, " silently begs orator Jim Shollenberger as he practices before fellow speech club members. l M I + 1 ? in H 1: ,JU 111, 'K '. . V fr 37 ' A-F1"V " 1 '-4: - 1. A fiwmww Sf? .,,3.,'.- '123jIf'Wqf'if'.5,4Y ' A Aff- ' ruin - 1 .Q G, ' --V-1...x:1...-. -i--.- Q- --.f--- T-V 11.1 1: Q 9 .?" 5 A-fit' W ,, ,jf , Y 'xmu .issisezisa S i Z ik 5? IN ' w MwA2m -XQQQ5 ' ' W! ' Z ,W ,m . ,ggi V B' 252 ' , g'J , . 1-. A , I mg j-D1-L S i F a Q lm Y 5 ax, 1, .,.v.-'Q N.. ,H W 2. 47'-5 r ' 'I :S 1 JwMTM 'Ni T ., Ffuigyd 435213 . Ru -2 w,.fiQQ? ' S Eggs 3 52 ' M Q1 mia ' i-:W YF MH . . .QQ ' eil "" ffassfseaijw HA gf: 5, fs? - 1 5 .y u sw- Q N r. N-I He Y HM, ' ' H as W HN f-H: ..: - ffm Sf mf, fwmsigggiib m 55g,ig,,a A' . 5 V . v v my 85 1 LABORING OVER their chessboards are from left: Bob Sullivan, Mike Murray, Martin Holahan, Bob Murray, Jerry Bryant, Tony Hilger, and Pat Delehanty, .1 kb Moderator - Mr, Klaus Mittelsten-Scheidt ixx i F .Xl Q I VE BEEN HAD! squelches Martin Hola han as Tony Hilger makes the devastating move while Mr, Mittelsten-Scheidt kibit- zes calmly, , 5 X f 9 , Members of Trinity's Investment Club stop investing for a minute to take a group picture. TOP ROW: Bob Steinbach, Clarence Thompson, Harry Webster, Hank Wilken. SECOND ROW: Bobby Knopp, Den- ny McAuliffe, E. J. Gary, Ray Pfeiffer, Scott McGregor, THIRD ROW: Jim Boland, Bill Whitacre, Neil Blunt, George Guttermuth, Paul King, Gerald Baumgarten. N "Duh, I wonder if this guy's' a registered member, " ponders Senior Neil Blunt as Senior Hank Wilken demands a loan. "Say, fellows, we just lost over a million dollars, " laughs Senior Bill Whitacre to E. I. Gary, Neil Blunt and Mr. Mike Mc- Donald. XUU B N ,1 X !! Q6 Z ou, aussie , U ' .. X N 2- --fifw HWY Y,,,,, D, ...... ,j..rA', ,., U, ,,,n,,,, W ,5 A Z am 5 z-tgwzss ss ff - ' Pausmg for a breath between shots Louis Hlmelreich, school photographer, checks his gear, Louis Himelreich, our working photographer, numerable pictures from the fmal flx of the developing process I I I Members of Trinity s Amateur Rocket Club pose for a plcture they are Louis Himel- relch Bob Achmo, Paul Becht, Bob Gay- f4 2 I 1 fig? lei' 4 Af. 17-,IA -. .-. ,- ,...zq3:, ' 1 fe. N "Ye :F-512. :. . ' ff'- -.Qfi 322.4 Ji- --.gi 'fe-. 3 "Aw, that thing won't go off, " laughs Junior-Bob Gayhart as Senior Paul Becht prepares to light the fuse while Junior Bob Achino backs off warily, , , nf fl ig! I I 'K J - QV . I' ,F A' MH I, ' YK,'..g W ?i QLVXVL J ,V" or 8---qifggf'M 55 jfft, f .' R' . A K: , "Now, THIS IS wRoNG," preaches Joe wa- fd . X 1 X f E A a t E then, Editor-in-Chief of THE ECHO, to his it 1 , ' L, Q . f--' gggffj re rters, Jim Shollenber er, Charlie Luck- ' ,J v I P0 8 ett, John Meredtth, Doug Kersting, Denny Morrow, Bob Lind- say, and Bob Pfaadt, Joe Graf, seated next to Wathen, glumly thinks of his headaches as Editor-in-Chief during the next school year. Missing is Mike Queenan. me:--V-en- J A M W' N N , Y Ll' 5464 3' , M, 'X..p-55" ECHO Moderator Rev. John Grenough "HEY, BUT LOOK, JOEY!" Joe Graf, future Editor- in-Chief of THE ECHO, objects to Editor Joe Wathen as they work on a page for the next issue. 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I 3 f 'You do the directing, and I'11 do the dancing, " says a Dad to band director, Gus Coin at the Parents Ball, "l missed my nap this afternoon, " sigh Phyllis Hill and Steve Fleck at the Thanksgiving Dance Ill "What's Mama gonna say when she sees the lipstick all over my coat?" worries Senior Gene Good as Den- ny Morrow goes after that last drop at the Junior- Senior Dance. XXL Johnny Greenrose and Alphonse Smith and their dates reall " y whoop it up" at the Freshman-Sophomore dance, QS! xg! I J Ronnie Eckert makes like a movie star, , - in while Kenny Fortener swings at Trinity's ,,,, j annual Junior Prom, held at K of C Hall, 7 ' f na rv" - --1gw.p2---- we . Q in Eiiiifiiiii , 'U K0 QS the g H Et 3395 hazel M' ' Si er vsiisw ' vi ' I Z 3 4, 9k 6. 3 ti-fu. If fg W! 3 . nw ,wr I X 31 E kffi-1- , . ' 'Ji'1'g. 'I .fq-- ? ' 'fn , .1'f:g' Ln-1.1 ' IV!! - A 1 W W .4 p X ii flfq 2, -5, --' .- X 7 I 1-3 'J I N, ff .I,v:aju14f4"?3? Fr: -.Tar ' - :!l51,p,wf. ff I-4 'Q iscwesu "They said it cou1dn't be done" but Juniors Sonny Schulten and Tony King take off flying at the Shawnee pep rally, 9?- reag- "Beat St. X" pipes Sopho more David Sattich and crowd at the mammoth St. X pep rally, Trinity's band wails at the Eastern-Trinity encounter at Freedom Hall, If "V WHITE PARTY CHAIRMAN E. I. GARY speaks in behalf of his can- didates seated from left Jim Ha- vill, Doug Finnegan and Steve Monohan. Green party members Jim Zahradka, Tom Walker and Jim Hakel and Bill Webb, par- tially hidden, swept the elections. STEVE MONOHAN, treasurer, and Joe Wathen, vice president, point to speakers used for lunchtime music in the cafeteria, President John Strobel and secretary Marty Kamer think up records to use. THEY GOT US BUGGED, laughs Boots Martin as Warren Bruender- man, behind him and John Toornbs, seated, inspect equipment for Stu- dent Council sponsored lunchtime music, it ese ,s l. -"" I I I "0-'70,, ,, do I hear a bingo?" calls Mr. Jim Cunningham at one of the Wednesday night Trinidad bingos. .Jig Trinidad members are from left: Joe Elder, Henry Kersting, Frank Webner, Leroy McDanie1s, Rev. John Lenehan, Charles Coleman, Bob Murray, Truman Cecil, Ray Hart, and Ed Weber. Front row: Mike Duffy, Lindsay McMahon, Joe Redelberger, Tom Creagh, Charles Kappesser, Howard Bumba, Robert Lindsay, Ralph Bridgers, and Charles DeGrella. XZ Towering above redecorated Trinity Y Field, the new lights put up this year give us a constant reminder of the Trinidad efforts to better the school, 99 - 1 :M "NOW, BOYS, remember that every one of you has a vocation, " reminds Rev. M. An drew Lawrence, C.S.Ss,T,, as Seniors Tony Brian and Ron Herp weigh his thoughts in their minds. I I I Fr. Lawrence "CORPUS DOMINI nostri Jesu Christi. . , " repeats Rev, John Gephart as he distributes Holy Com- munion at the end of a retreat day. -if-5 lv Seniors ponder on the words I I Lujj 'A of Retreatmaster, Father i ' rv , Fixx John of the Cross. ' ' i Y ' A it -Ffff f n ' ' ff if t -X "Is this all they eat, bread and coffee?" Denis Mor- row wonders as the seniors tour the Gethsemani cloisters. L .Y ,, I L Brother Odello points out the in- teresting sights around his home, the oldest Trappist monastery in the U. S. "Chalice of my B1ood" in- tones Rev. Clarence Sch- wartz, as he offers daily mass in the school chapel. Ill "Now, Creighton, you know you shou1dn't have confiscated those mission funds, " jokes Rev, Thomas Duerr, Igor Jones, John Roney, Tom Casey and Ed Hund- ley say a silent prayer that they '11 pass their six weeks' tests. I F ,, V! Q93 1 GY .Lute-f vt? t Q M 24464 "SHAKESPEARE, BOYS, is in a class by himself, " Mr. James Eberenz points out to three members of his Great Books class. Affff f E ,.-11' .-1Er-:- ' Tr' "Here it is, right here, you dummy, " chuckles librarian Mr. Thatcher Paris to Junior Andy Weas Q' l03 "You mean that we're supposed to eat this?" stares Charles Kappeser, as Denny Cardwell, Don Hudson, and Dan Lange laugh nervously at the thought of eating pickled pigs-tail at "This note is the craziest, " marvels Rev, Vincent Dentinger as Mr, Klaus Mittelsten- Sheidt bangs out German melodies as his students vocalize. 4.,. the Christmas German party, "Rain, rain, go away , , ," sing Scott Mc- Gregor, Dick Bealmear, Neil Blunt and his soggy guitar, and Ike Reynolds after being washed inside for music during their Spring Spanish fiesta, "Watch that stuff, George, it's got a mean bite, " warns Scott McGregor to George Gutter- muth about the Mexican chili, while Corky Ubelhart turns his head to blow off steam. O . . I "How's this thing work?" chuckles Doug Kersting while Bob Pfaadt pours chemicals onto the scale in one of their many chemistry experiments. Er - V 'T " fax-- amajig?" questions George Board- man Qrightj, as Dave Schardein digs into a pig which reminds him of a faculty member in Fr. Duerr's biology class. I I I "Ya say this thing was a skunk,." sniffs Cap Hoskins frightj, as Doug Finnegan gazes into space. 5 i I "Hmmm, , ,what's this little thing- Y T- -Y-Q-T 1 iGm-1.1 ..-P.. '1 - , "'y,..-audi?" Qf4 ,A Z 1, 44-x-.eFA , -1' 4' ' ,, f Me-I A' ', V , . 571 6: " , ..,-1."f' Q 1 l . I! v.. , V L 4-D.-A., 7, S. .- ,1 In NV - V. - . . 1 .,i. I N, Aw Y Y 'i N ,fr-'r'f'f 7,-r -qi , . A. r' ,Q H v N 19 J- K jf r in sf- fa gm -EE, 1 ' 4., 2' ,J-fs' ..- qi' ifl ' V W Tf zs. W' aff'-A-"T, . ' 2'W"S!f'f5 ?'iiF'l " ,af - A, , 3? . I 2 Q Q 3 .4 A Vwtgig FIT. Aa .L - Q E3 :E,v V m 553252 E 5,-is . Ri? ,. ' x 1:5 ,.,.:.. 7.9, Q 'r f' .4 279' 4 N f , , . M" , , ' rf" W '-4 'W L x. . 1 . , 4- n - - . 'O 'P Q. ' , - xsifasi -V 1 . -xy' 'i Vi " 5'3f'?7.2.. A - 1 1 A 'f aflqg. ,i A rm? 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