University of Detroit Jesuit High School - Cub Yearbook (Detroit, MI)

 - Class of 1931

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'rhe-memory of hap- py days devoled +0 ihe call of Wisdom maybe perpei- uafed in fhe mind of every sfudenl, we have recorded in This li'r'rle volume 'rhe his- 'rory of our brief career. , This issue is doubly sig- nlilicanh for if serves no'r only as a 'farewell Token 'ro 4 i sir -1- -. 'fYlS'4.. - 1 'N " 'T' Eg "L, rififi'-ee ""f?'f if he ' 1 4i:v.L".1.'lif' .A h " 'LL' "W, 'I' ,V A ' '- - ' AA., qrsw it . ,,.,A.,,, Y 'A . , . Lg, 0 .I , , .C-v fn gy 'K 1 - - , , WA, -lc' 4' ' 4' Wg' 4 'A A A 44 A Y ' -. , ,kr .lg ,H , 4 'rhe graduafes., buf also as a souvenir of The closing of QQ 'fhe old habiial of our Alma -gl Maier. A is Eh. X ,fs. i f 7 -fn: -I. ji iv Wifi? 'fl A A, 'if si gxl ax 4 Wxii S ,A t ag 5 r , ru li. us. ... . ' ' ' -Ii' .2o"'.. 'F f v . ,. . ri f-, ,Y i 4 M CONTENTS FACULTY SENLCRS CLASSES ORGANIZATIONS ATHLETICS CHRCNLCLE ADVERTISEMENTS i h yr L 'Vx SNA Q 1 l DEDICATION ln epprecialionl of his many years of wise counsel, perffeci' example, and unre- mihing labor 'rowards lhe goal of high educaiional achievemenl in behalf of ourl-ligh School, -- , ' We respecffully dedicde fhis yearbook fo' 'bur Benevolenl President W4 ,M Reverend - D. SPILLARD, S. J. 3-.. ,V - . mg .. g , -. . ' 5 'hi ge if H a . i i- a he iii' -. f A M- .- ,ny f., ,r ,X 'X ,H ,ig 'M ,-my px Fiqh " ltaiiililwf -N -- '-qzsmlmusesacaalf A i 1-.1 141.- . L , , 1, , .JC rg ' ,f f- gf-f,,ff ,. wwf 3. . JSF,-Q Zig,-1QQ'-g.52,vA-:Ev-'.C?'H4 , 4- ,L.f5'S'T23'?2i W ' ?,,vq4pfff:Y 1f-'99 Virw-'?ffNi1'1?'f:'Fiff+Uf,fvf'fwfx-e? ' 41+--,L-.gg Y, .gf-j-' 'wry , -U, Q A X X L. :MQ ul ky, Zhan- ni-4 sl: 4.7 li! l'q M 2.5 . i'i a'l I I ali Q., lg! H a'p li! n - Lei Z. 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' IJITSI-dl'l7l of L'17z'L'vrsr'tg1 of Detroil High School -1 - sell .snr .1 v 4 - 1 n 1 n . . 1 Rlsv. J. A. MESKHL1.. S. J, REV. W. F. FOLH, S. J. ' Prmcipul Direrfor of Alhlelfcs 1' Ellelzqzon 1116 2 lalm IX 11 ' 4 . L L I7 1 'Ing MM 1 i i YZQAZY Tl-YATAY' 'Y TA1' Y Y f 'YAQATAT fgidf i Y T'AfA,1'AYA'f'A'lL" 'f Tl Eh gs '-1' T E C U B 3' - ' -1 -r -'ef -1r , m M Mef 'M wr --'ev -ig f Lx. l7.2v'A"'A.'vAt'-.'vA?'l'lv'A"'Q"'lu , a N' .-M, nw--,- . H M Hi x !i! Egg E12 , Q12 HI: !, 122 !fr lg! lg! lg! Eg! Elf 11, , 4' , 5 ! E21 Zg! lg! ug zlr lg! U 1 I:V. J. M. BANKSTAHI.. SHI RFV. V, HEIIERMANN. S ' Hislury Ill. IAIIIAIT ll, R1-liqicm III , Religion IV Chaplain Ruv. W. A. Ro12M1iR, S. ' EV7fIIl4Sh 1. History I . IV. .. 1, 1 . . .. Rvl1'g1'onI1 Ill 1.llflAl7 , lx1'l1'g1,1 7 I '1'1'141or: 71,74 l,!'l7l'LlF!l p 1: ,'.2,. - 7.11, , -1 1 , -' X xvf Q. . . RVV. I.OCHI'1II,I5R. English Ill. IV, RL'll'fJI'k7I7 1. ll, IV D11'1'1'l111'1 J11171111' 511111111111 EV. .. J. 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MCINTYRE Arolgthical Society I - Base- ball 3 - Debating Society 3 - Orchestra 2 - Sodalitg I, 2. 3, 4. HAROLD L. MILLETT Athletic Scholarship Society 3, 4 - Baseball Z. 3. 4 - Basketball Z. 3. 4, Captain 4, All-Citg 4- Handball Cham- pion 3 - Honor Man 2. 3 - Model Airplane Club Z, 3 Monogram Club 2. 3, 4. M. MARANTETTE Societg I, Z, 3, . - ay Foul Shooting Tournament 3, 4 - School Tournament, First Place 4 - Class Officer 1. 2, 3, 4 - Cub Bi-weeklg 3 - Debating Society 3 - Monogram Club 3, 4, Offi- cer 4 - Senior Council - S0- dalitu 1. Z, 3, 4, Officer Z. 4 - Tennix 1.2, 3, 4, am 6 ,LZ l DONALD D. MONTIE Acolythical Society Z, 3 - Baseball 3, 4 - Basketball Z, 3, 4 - Monogram Club 4 - Sodalitg 1, Z, 3, 4. . , ? 4, V f J 1 FREDERI .- ATZKA Acolgthical o 'etg Z. 3. 4. Class Ollie . 3, 4 - Cross Country Cub Bi-weekly Z. 3. 4 - ebating Society 4, - Hon Man I. 2, 3, 4 - Mono rn Club 4 - Senior Ju - Student Manager. e ll 3, Football 4 - So- 'tg 2. 3, 4 - City Foul Shooting Tournament Z. 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JOHN IT. MOTSCHALL Acolythiral Society I. 2 - Debating Society 3. 4 - Honor Mun 4 - Sodality l, Z. 3, 4. NAPPE A. PETERS Acolythical Society I, Z - Football 3, 4 - Honor Man 2 - Monogram Club 4 - Stu- dent Manager, Baseball 4 - dalita l. 2, 3, 4 - Track Q1 X E23 p 4 623 215 Eg! g 1 :Qi 5,3 93 i'a i'? i'i Sli tli hv l,! 3 it Els if I 1 ili iii JosfzPH A. NA 1- s'a S 1 D 4 4,0 f Egg Et: s'3 il: ill Qu 3 1 Sli ill ti! lg! lg! D 1 il? i'4 :ta Paai' ,l1LL'l'f'llLl-UI-tll7l uv' IW '-.E Ei! 1, E35 ! S 3,1 if? lg! 5 4 Q22 Eg! r 4 if? iii ii? 255 if? 1.5 lg! lg! Et? E23 by 4 E25 Eg! It! s'z its 542 Sli ES? z is EI' 2,3 5 1 all :gg sig s 4 ali :fi Q 1 aff F 5 5:3 F S u 1 9 i g v u w A. . 1 4 4 Sli .g, lg! s.: T. K YAYQKSUA211YA"Y.a.T.n.YA.i.n'U'4'T.A'C".c.T'.s'T'A.T4'W'n'TA'T.i.Tn.T'A?n.'Y'A.T.mi"4'Tm.'W'.AW'A.'U'A'0O'.w8!P.et'EAW'-li m II. ESS 3 W, ? . .2. 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SCHULLTE Acolythical Society Cub Bi-weekly Circulation - Manager 4 - Debating Society 3 4 - Football 3, 4 - Hockey 4 - Monogram Club 4 - So- ity I Z 4 - Trac ROMAN V. SCHULTZ Acolythical Society l - D - - baring Society 3 4 - oot- - Z 3 - So ality I Z Honor Mun 1. Z, 3, 4 - S tty l.Z,,,. ! N-xxx ' T 3 ' A , ,YY I., , A A ' 1- L :QV ."iTxf:T. It .. .1,.'ii1'l i.f.k+' "im:-1' 1 1 . 7, .Q-,,-. giqg-.. 1.4-in ut.: V got.-Q --:itat - ..t f V, , , ---4 'f ., :-1, wi, A 'f' , V , i--- 1 M.-Q f , i .Q h Q , . ! 1 n 1 I I - 1 I lg! lg! 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Dt'btlll.I7lf Scmrfftgl 5, 4 - So- hy I, 2. 4 - 'I'rucIz 4. 4 - A1 Ivlic holurshfp Su- lialilq I. 2. 3, 4. I4 '- 1 fllvlpl 4 asvbull 5. 4 - 4 Cross C ntry 2, 4 - Culv .9 4 9 Iii-wee b 3. 4 - Dvlmlinq E35 Tcun 3 - Dvlmlingl Swcielgf 4 ! s . 3 Iguflizeg 4M-,nIIf1nc1r .N t -. , - q 1177 xy Club 4 - Sfltlilllvlll Il fl., 4 s - "I5muu'wug1 Jum's'1 . Slulf. 4 ' JULIUS J 4., , I I 2 5 ' Q-1 4 4 D.-. .' Q11 , J. ' R1 hailing EIOKLIIIIOI E Ihiful Sor'1,vIA . 3. 1.5 49 FI.V'I!II.'I 3 Cham- X - Class Med I. 7 Croxx JOHN H. THOMPSON plrm 2 Mmrn I. 2, Counluj 3, 4 OITLIII-FIU Su- , 4 Iiuwlnzll 5 - Cfluss Offccr 3, I M Club 4 - cially 3. 4 - nor Mun I, lt' 4.0 Cul: ISI-Luvclzly 2. 5 - Gulf 2, S1 Hockvy 4 3. 4 mln-I Airplum' J' - Mcmuqrum Club 3, 4 - I 2 3 4 In , mlaliru I, 2. 5. 4, ,Q Or'c'hcx1r'u 3, 4. zmmy ' 4. Cust. Ol r 2. 4. Q QP V' Q.: 4lr D1 I-4 'Q' gli Ig? gi: lg! af! I rt gli Q!! Q., Q I .4 532 Iii iii li. an 'lf gli iff 1.0 4 2:9 22? Iii If Qi! lg- rg li! 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When, as freshmen, the '31 class first entered the halls of this now familiar school, little did they realize what an eventful and pleasant four years lay before them. They plunged in with a spirit which has characterized them throughout their entire high school career. About ten men responded to the call of the gridiron. Reception into the Sodality found the freshmen practically one-hundred per cent strong. Freshmen loyally backed the Orchestra, Acoly- thical Society, and among their number was a certain Arthur Lovely who captured the feminine lead in the annual play. In the Cub-Week drive the Freshmen did more than their share in making possible the first All-American Annual the school ever boasted. - Beginning their Sophomore year, the class elected William McC1rail prefect of the Junior Sodality. Thomas Moran was named Assistant Business Manager of the Cub and many other sophomores held positions on the staff. The Re- serve teams and the Leagues were mainly composed of sophomores and many also ran for the High track team. Millett and Moroni played on the baseball nine, and Moran, Thompson, and Moynihan were our representatives on the golf team. Fredericks, Marantette, and Annas were members of the High tennis team. Entering its Junior year the class determined to add to its already enviable record. Many had graduated from the Reserves, and now starred in the various sports as Ganey and Broderick in football, Millett and Moroni in basketball, De Coster, Boslooper, Hurley, and Gillespie on the cinder path, Fredericks and Marantette on the tennis squad, and Moran and Ganey in golf. Moran was advertising manager of the Cub and in the second semester Lincoln Wurzer was made editor-in-chief of the Bi-Weekly. The Play, "Broadway Jones," again found Arthur Lovely in the feminine lead. Robert Ferry was also a member of the cast. Returning in September, the class entered upon its happiest and most suc- cessful year. Thomas Moran was named master of ceremonies of the Acoly- thical Society and Lincoln Wurzer was elected prefect of the Senior Sodality. At a meeting of the Sodality Conference of Detroit, William McGrail was elected vice-president of the High School Council. Lincoln Wurzer was made editor of the Cub and Merrill Hayden and Thomas Moran, associate editors. Wurzer also headed the Senior council. On the football squad Victor Ganey was named for the All-City eleven and also received honorable mention on the All-State team. The hockey squad boaster two seniors, Maurice Hally, captain, and Alex Byrnes, on the the All- City selection. Harold Millett captained the basketball squad and received All- East Side honors. Leo Boslooper and John Moran brought honor to the school by placing fourth and fifth in the Inter-Scholastic Latin Contest sponsored by the Jesuits of the Chicago and Missouri Provinces. William McGrail played the lead in the annual play, "In Walked Jimmy." He was ably supported by Raymond Brett, Robert Ferry, Julius Toner, Thomas Moran, Edwin Eckert, and John Annas. . The Senior Memorial Prom., held at the Hotel Statler, was a glorious climax to a most happy and eventful year. Lincoln Wurzer was general chair- man and was assisted by the members of the Senior Council. ' As the last class to graduate from this historic University of Detroit High School, we think that we have established a record at which we can point with pride. 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I .55 '54, 'aj 31. 5 gal L' L ii Quai '5Qf.liC, If 7:3 '11 ,-5, - a...,..a....a.w ' - - ' , ' -- W Junior A EMAININC1 ever loyal to the best traditions of the school, the members of Three A during the past year have in no way lowered the high stan- dards they maintained during their flrst two years. The men who were chosen to lead the class during the Junior year were William Fitzgerald, president: Ralph Sharkey, vice-president: and Arthur Cro- nin, secretary and treasurer. On the football Held we were represented by Capt.-elect Kopitzki, Arthur Cronin, Ralph Sharkey and Francis Sienkiewicz, all regulars on the High squad. Janecek was a member of the Cross Country team, while Cronin and Fitz- gerald ran the cinder path on the track team. The class produced three hockey players: Sharkey, Clements and Cronin. As a reward for his fine work during the past hockey season Ralph Sharkey has been chosen to lead next year's pucksters. The High play claimed the attention of William Fitzgerald and Arthur Cronin. Fitzgerald was a member of the cast, while Cronin and Motschall helped to handle the business end of the production. When the elocution preliminaries were held a large number of Three A members entered the contest, William Fitzgerald and William Bradley reaching the finals. The third year elocution medal was won by Bradley. On the Cub staff we placed Monaghan and Fitzgerald as reporters and Cronin as one of the business managers. Several members of Three A were consistently awarded honors. Philip Monaghan was our representative on the golf squad, his ability meriting him the captainship of this team. A It is the desire of each member of the class to thank his professors for the fine manner in which they expended untiring energy to further our knowledge in the scholastic field. ,'7fA1A.'14 7,. 4 ,. , . TOP ROVV: G. XValker. XYaynz', NY. Bwrlev'ick. LlLlllk'CCk, Kopitzki, K3ll2ll1, Amlnry. SICVONIJ RUXY: Vllman, Valentine. Sit-nkiewicz, llrarlle3', Hztgzulorn, Barton, Flynn, Klotsehall. FIRST RUXY: Hastings, Kennedy, Sliarkey. Clements, l"itzg'eralrl, l'i'rmin. Klonughzm. Page Thirty-fiL'e - 3 V, f . - -. ,- 5 -- -. ,--- . 1-....,. N- ,,. ,af-Q, .,,. .. .X-.g - x V. L, ,J .a f if .V ez- ..,..z..g.l ,..'. -Zz af, . L J. ,ur N., fr . N, r.,.....,,1,. . I ., MX V X ,. . ...ia ,f .,.,. A ., ,f.t.,.,uX.f,. ,.,,,a-.1 ,UQ , ,.,,:.,,',-A It .x..V,t9.,. . .i ,N ,r ,, ,, V . V, e....Q-fm.-tvu...m.sn..ts1.a.,4.u.-K..usa-1---.J -.af-3 r--Y --u..-10,13-aa ..-...Masta-f-V -V-sf,.,4a,.,gga,,1...asu-eeaaex.fx.-5 " -1 Laauf-,f-,,,..f -af m,:,1u.st.-,..-..t.- .lm -.,.m.- -Mau uf.. T H E CU B is-2'ceH+':m'a-eafaesa - .-,QQ filwrsd new-.... .y::.'a4'9 v N- C 2. O -1 I 31 x .Y ' I' O O W P4 Z C3 O C ra P1 PP 'J' we 'O SU un P? 'C ra N F' 2 r': O v-vw -l 5' P1 rs fa UU n S'-J I3 O' O N VJ PY O "h SD 'J ra D E . N 91 ra 'xx y QAT-A Lili RYA 1 x x A A1 "1 fb fl O "1 9- E 9-I Q. fb Q. O' N4 C-4 DJ 2 KD '-3 5 5. Ill O F 'O '1 K7 U5 ,. O. FD D FY .TT 5 5' O D 4 ,. fb 'P 'O P1 FD 'T' 7 ident: Raymond Andries, secretary: and Achilles Moorman, treasurer, we 54 were represented in every extracurricular activity in the school. ,xx On the gridiron, Raymond Andries, Herman Simmerer, Achilles Moor- Y. ' man, and James Tomlinson carried our colors. Moorman was awarded a 'X varsity letter, while the others received reserve letters. William Vwlilson was a ef member of the basketball squad. Simmerer and George Pfeffer gained berths 'Q' h on the hockey team, Pfeffer meriting All-City honorable mention. Jack Lester, Q' William Wilson, William Edoff, Henry Schultz, Achilles Moorman, and Albert KD- l Gregory answered the call for track. William Mulleavy and Leo Howe played baseball. P' V Not only in athletic achievements did the members of Three B excel, but also in all scholastic endeavors. At the quarterly reading of notes, Schultz, 5- A ' Rozak, Andries, Simmerer, and Heizman each were awarded first honors, while XD. ' Connolly, Gregory, Van Coverden, and Edoff received second honors. 'CP- Our enrollment in the Sodality and in the Debating Society was one xy. hundred percent. Thee B placed three men on the cast of the high school play, xg Lester, Connelly, and Moorman. Coleman represented us on the Cub staff, F?- : Heizman, Edoff, and Lester, on the orchestra. 54 From this account it can be easily seen that we of Three B have enjoyed X T a successful year. We wish to express our thanks to our teachers whose efforts ' are chiefly responsible for our record: to Father Benson, S. J., instructor in ac V English: to Father Roemer, S. J., instructor in Religion, to Father Bankstahl. U ff, 3 S. J., instructor in History: to- Mr. Smith, S. J., instructor in Latin: to Mr. X Campion, S. J., instructor in Greek: to Mr. Daly, instructor in French, and to X Mr. McElroy, instructor in Algebra and Geometry. i D4 fl , 54" , yr ik., rf: I x' ,K 4 H . lx w -sc , ' 34 F is , x X : rf- , F' 1 xl I xi , 1 , PC - ' 3' ' v TUI' RUVV: Ruzznk, Gregory, Vrzygncki, Culenian, Pfeffer, Cullen, Lesdl y ' SECOND RUNV: lirloff. K'onnt-lly, NV. VK'ilsou, NYeye'rniiller, Heizmann, H. Schultz, R. Andries, N t fllllllc-avy. , , ' FIRST RONY: Zimmer, Y:n11l'ux'el'ilr-11, Moorrnan, Tumlinson, Simnierer, Howe. " ' V ,M,,,, Page 'I'hir1y-six a.,,..,, iw-'j',! wwf A-, "UQ sm. 4 am-slr. .nv 7 ' 'lsifit' aa.. .t W... i. ...a . ,L lakes lf ' 'l 4, W 4 T 1 lr 1 If f 2,5 ' Ii! c .4 lg ,Af 4 rf ru lf' Vik itil N' lif- H P 1 4' qs F' - ,tl ii ,, i .N I , ,., t sf 'x i ri. if: E494 .6 5 l-1, ill Q ll lei.. lg lil llal T tl. lfjqb lei l' .gi ly. l 'N is ir.. R, x If ,I in 3713 :Ri ,. , X, ff ., :En lil if Lv . Dlx 'l l si ll l l. 1. lllai 1 ixb M 1 , -4, Jw! Nl T H E CU B Junior C P4 HEN the members of Three-C returned to school in the fall they Were ?' ,i x directed to a small room in the west wing of the building. As in other F4 years, Three-C was in the thick of activities. At the first opportunity, X, the following oHicers were elected: Berg, president: Creedon, vice-president: 54 Duda, secretary: and Rudel, treasurer. X Deep and sincere thanks are extended to Mr. Pearl, instructor in English: if to Mr. Dell, who taught us Latin: to Fathers Heiermann and Meskell. teachers gyf of Ethics: to Mr. Campion, our Greek instructor: to Mr. Daly, French teacher: to Father Bankstahl, instructor in History: to Mr. McElroy, our Algebra and QL Geometry teacher: and to Mr. I ennox, our physical instructor. , Our class baseball team was runner-up for the Senior championship in xi the fall tournament, being defeated by a fourth-year team. 1' The High football team had a very successful season under the able guid- H ance of Captain Berg. Kulka was another representative of Three-C on the Pi gridiron. Kr When the call for basketball try-outs was given, our class answered en- thusiastically. Those who made the High team were Duda and Rudel. The reserve team was strengthened by Berg and de Sostoa. The class basketball Q' team met with fair success also, being among the finalists in the annual tourna- -5? ment. XP' Our contributions to the baseball team Were Pydyn, one of the regular Q' twirlers, Traczyk, and Duda. kb- No better man could have been found in the school than Jimmy Berg to 9' take the part of John Trelevan in the annual theatrical presentation in February. xy As if further to prove his versatility he also was a finalist in the elocution con- test. K, The regular honor men for the year were Berg, Creedon. Duda, Golen, 7'- Patyrak, Rudel, Sward. and Taylor. X' H. fe' ,C , s, K 'PC x P' re as rv as is if 1 af TOP ROXY: Kulkzx. Kloynilizul, flPSlP:ilU2l. llulcn, Pyflyn. SEFUNIJ RUXY: lloyd, Traezyk, Patyrzxk, M. llzittncr. Bl 4111 re, Swurrl. X FIRST RUXY: ll. 'l'nylur. llnlln. Sl lziil uh: ill, Rude-l, Bets. 1' i'-- c-ml riii, Sllllillffllll. 54, Page 'lihirfyaseuen W . s"r'l'Sv': A X we x?7-t 11722:-71, rica KW - ' 1 x K '1AfZZ"iT"Lff7"'T"ff7'!""?"l'f"'f'f'e""""'F"'?'","5W'f? f pu , at gg, b ,Mg ,tiff-'. ' 1 5 F1324 Q4 Sophomore A 4 HE class of Two A has just completed a very successful year in all fields ,Vi of school endeavora-scholastic. athletic, and spiritual. The members of this class were very industrious and active, The officers elected were John Walsh, president: Edmund Gallagher, vice- president: and Charles Wilson, secretary. lk ln scholastic activity, Two A held a very high place. Every quarter the fs class presented nfteen honor men, Joseph Zanetti, at the third quarter, led the fl school with a general average of 97.7. Edmund Gallagher was chosen as the fi alternate for the elocution contest. Jack McMahon was Two A's representative on the gridiron, while Captain Charles Wilson. Edmund Gallagher, George Squiers, and John Walsh carried .lj the colors of the class on the Reserve basketball squad. The Bantam basketball M team claimed Robert Buckel, William Cleary, Harry Dingeman, Edward Net- , Q schke, Erank Meier, and George White. These men helped to win the junior ,J division basketball title for Two A. Buckel, Cleary, Squiers, Gallagher, and Villiite were also on the track team. Buckel, a letterman, was one of the fastest 'A members of the cross country team. ul 1 . . K Two A was active in Sodality work. Marcellus Sweeney and John Walsh P4 were Junior Sodality officers. The class also contributed generously to the tt: Mission collections. It "ln Walked Jimmy" was enthusiastically supported by the members of the class. Bernard Carlen, Two A's Xylophone player, entertained at both the play and the elocution contest. Generous support characterized the activity of the class during Cub Week. gf lllir To Eather Bankstahl, S. J., Eather Roemer, S. J., Mr. Smith, S. J,, Mr. Manley. and Mr. McEnroe, its teachers, the class extends its sincere thanks. a y li at f. ft :rl Wolf 'K pc 'lk N .XJ s x 'gc ,r gc M 'FUI' RUXY: H. llingc-in:m. llyki. Ilriiinelly, j. Andries, ,l. Moyiiiliim, RlcXlnlmii, M, Sweeney, C. iYils4m. NY. Zaleski, Hurry. X SICFUNIJ RUNV: Burl-cel. Nl. llraulley, XYliitt'. f'leziry, C'ymnn, Iluetscll, Zanetti, l':u'len, Squiers, Shen. Y-X FIRST RUNV: Xi-tselike. R, Flynn, li. Andries, li, tlallnglwr, ii. Amlries. XYzilsl1, St-mt, I". Nleier. XVil- I kinsini, XYr-iiilu-i'gci'. - C., "x Page Thirty-eiyht My , Y W V YVYV V V ' ffl. 3fZfF:?T'TS.,4 'fi'jSfS,aY,fg.Pi-Tea,.ff"ig3,.ft4,.zgZiT"i2's"ff'iii3. fs ffm-vf-?:f'tK' iii' Ji, 'G"T3f'iHf"f'1:iQf Qifqair 5?ifli'4. ' Sophomore B HE beginning of our sophomore year found thirty pupils ready to assume the dignity and responsibilities of second year men. As soon as the regular school routine had been resumed, the officers of Two B were elected. We chose the following men to lead us through the year: Robert Smith, president: John Britt, vice-president: William Donahue, secretary: and Martin Glynn, treasurer. Practically all the members of our class belonged to the Sodality. John Riordan was prefect of this organization, while Martin Glynn was treasurer and John Britt, sacristan. Each quarter, when honors were awarded, Two B had more representatives than any other class in the school. Arthur Trombly, Robert Kinggo, Richard Pellrath, Jerome Petz, Robert Smith, and Martin Glynn consistently merited white ribbons. The Loyalty Cup was merited by our class several times through the year. Martin Glynn, Jerome Petz, John Britt, and Bernard Ratigan were acolytes. Elmo Bradshaw was a member of the orchestra. We were represented on the Cub Staff by John Riordan and John Britt. John Britt also won the second year elocution medal. Football claimed Louis Nahra, John Britt, Jerome Petz, Bernard Ratigan, and Joseph Krausmann. Joseph Walrad was a member of the cross country squad. The call for hockey candidates was answered by Patrick Hurley, Ed- ward Saur, and Bernard Ratigan. Nor was hockey the only winter sport in which we were represented. William Donahue was a member of the reserve basketball squad. Among the devotees of spring sports were Robert Smith and Patrick Hurley of the tennis squad, Bernard Ratigan of the baseball team, Joseph Kraus- mann and Elmo Bradshaw of the track team, and John Britt of the golf squad. The past year has been most profitable and enjoyable, and we hope to maintain our standards for the remainder of our high school career. Till' ROXY: Hamlin. Donahue, Britt. Xlalkowski, l'. Hurley, A. llzittner, Berger, Godcleeris, Gagnon. SECOND RUVVI l'etz, Ratigan. Gutowski. Szinr, XYall:iee. XYalr:nl. Doyle. J. Nelira, Glynn, Smith. FIRST RUVY: Ill. Nehrzi, il. Scanlon, Nzilirn, Bzululmnent. llc-rtlimz. lfcllrath, Kinggn, Riurclau, Kraus mann, Trmnlrly, Page Thirl y-nine Sophomore C N THE never-to-befforgotten day of September 4, we trudged back to good old U. of D. to begin, as sophomores, the fall term of 1930. As Two C. we were officially organized when the election of class officers had taken place. For our leaders, we chose John Schafer, president: Gabriel Soma, vice-president: Bernard Cornillie, secretary: and Amond Touscany, treasurer. We were well represented in all branches of athletics: by Richard Schroeter in football, by John Schafer in basketball, by Frank Gallagher in hockey, and by Jack Cain in baseball. These men all merited letters in their respective sports. ln the interclass indoor baseball tournament, held in the fall, Two C surprised everyone by taking the school championship. In the Hnal play-off we defeated Four A in both games. Our class placed two of the three chosen for the finals in the elocution contest, Arthur Szczesniewski and Anthony Mazzola. In the annual play we were represented by Arthur Szczesniewski and Charlton Ray, both playing feminine roles. Szczesniewski made a charming leading lady for "ln Walked Jimmy." At the quarter assemblies, Richard Schroeter, Francis Montgomery, Arthur Szczcsniewski, Stanley Nowak, Joseph Friedel, and Richard I-lensel consistently merited first honors: Thomas Polak and Amond Touscany, second honors. As a class we wish to express our deepest gratitude to the professors who worked so hard in our behalf: Mr. lVlcEnroe, Mr. Manley, Mr. Smith, S. J.. Mr. Campion, S. J., and Father Meskell, S. J. Without the kindly interest of our teachers, it is certain we would not have so many and such varied accomp- lishments. Summing up, we have presented a formidable front this year, showing our usual pep and loyalty in supporting the school and its activities in every pos- sible way, 'FUI' RUVV: Kluzzivlu, F. tlallaglier, Kzilil, XY. Scanlon, Stone, Schafer, Frierlel, Luclieimiier. HICVUNIJ RONV: Vulzik. llrnsel, Ray. 'I'ousezmy, l.zimlu'eeht, Vmrxiillie, Ruelxm. Smnzu. Mm-liesky. FIRST RUXY: fSt:inclingl Szezc-suit-wski, Nluiutgoiiu-r'y. Nowak, lsezuleill lluzinski. llt'l'5A'l1lP1lt'l1. latin, 'l'rurle:il1. S4'lll'lM'H'l'. Kluullt-, fstzunliilgl R. lfislier. XYeint-r, i'zerni:tk. Page I-'orltf if TH E CU 53 Frgiiefa ' M ' .fmnld W, Freshman A -3 AST September along with the opening of the new scholastic year came the 5' traditional hordes of freshmen. Of this group twenty-two exuberant young ,X men were assigned to the class of One A. X When the members of the class became well acquainted with each other. X election of officers was held. The result of the balloting was as follows: X Joseph Miulleavy obtained the presidents office, Richard Coleman was elected vice-president, while James Beckley and John Flaharty were chosen secretary xi and treasurer respectively. A The first opportunity to display our initiative came in early October when X tryouts for the Bantam football team were held. More than half of the class turned out for this practice. if ln the Sodality, the members of Freshman A were very much in evidence. X When honors were awarded at the quarterly assemblies, a goodly number K of our students received ribbons, " During the winter season the Bantam basketball team claimed James Kemp X and John Flaharty. ll At the High School play in February, One A was represented by Fred A Colombo, who gained a position in the cast. The rest of the class whole- y ' heartedly supported this production. X Once more during Cub Week the fine spirit of One A was made manifest. , This class won the annual Cub week placque going far beyond its quota. V9 John Gorman won the individual prize for taking in the most money. In the elocution contest Danahey, Colombo, and Dingeman gained three out of the four places in the finals. , A The Acolythical Society claimed the membership of Kemp, Fitzgerald, W Gorman, Hammer and Mulleavy. 'gf Joseph Mulleavy displayed his athletic ability by joining the baseball 4.4 team. X The officers and members of the class wish to extend their thanks to Fr. X Nash, Fr. Benson, Mr. Joyce, Mr. Pearl, and Mr. Lennox. X xi 49 es ri Pi Y TOP ROVV: Foley, Taylor, Flaharty. Beckley, Breitiueyer. SEVOND RONY: l,aI'o1'te. J. Danahey, Hammer, De-lrolt, J. Blullezivv. Clorinzm, Fitzgerald. FIRST ROXY: Lzmhoff, Kr-nip, J. llimxc-man, J. Cummiskey, llrlonilwo, Yi:-son , Paar' Forty-om' . . aw 9- A A Af A-A A A fx AA vwekoivai ek A Qu was r sms R . A 'e " F Y l J 1 rl li 5. ,. t I i 1 nl nf 1 f fl. 1 i fl tw Li l fl ri 1 I lt rt l l,l lt l l l lil 'l ,a l r l lil Q. 3 1. l 4 ul 1 3 lit.. ! 'Y 5 l. 49 A tl, il 1 LL. L ,. .au.,,,,.,.r1':v.-,.m-f-iw.- . .sm-.nf.,,w-12-.rfms-f.-.11 rr er .v ft- .. - .f J -fr .. err .. ., lf: .m P+ A - . F.g.1:....Lg.... W ..-Aft .. M l -" be A lie L 'L Freshman B AST September the historic old classroom, room thirty-live finformally known as "One BU, found itself containing a new group of youths, some of whom looked happy and gay while others seemed a trifle bewildered because of the strange surroundings. Q ... V, N J, affgf' U: i, N, vi Hi J' at . . . . 'U 3' After a short welcoming talk by the prefect in charge, an election of officers flig- was held. Frank lVlacDonell was chosen president: Vincent Zindler, secretaryg and John Dee, treasurer. :ni- The class immediately settled down to work under the instruction of the following teachers to whom we wish to express our sincere appreciation: Father liibi Nash tn Latin and Religion, Father Roemer in History, Mr. Manley in English, and Mr. Joyce in Algebra. As a result of their able tutelage, we were always Via' well represented at the quarterly reading of marks with Frank lVlacD'onell, Al- 555,51 . . . . . . ,yn phonse Deresz, and Julius Jaeger usually receiving white ribbons while Eugene Jw- Sweeney. Walter Connolly, and James Gueydan merited red ribbons. " The Bantam football team and basketball team boasted not a few of our YQ numbers and many were members of the Acolythical Society. When reception .ggi- into the Junior Sodality was held in the latter part of May, our class was ,ji-. present almost one-hundred per cent strong, and in the elocution preliminaries bib? most of us were hopeful participants. ,f Among our number was a certain Walter Connolly, one of the two fresh- fly men in the High School Play. "ln Walked Jimmy." As the heroines unfor- fig tunate brother, he had a difficult character to portray, but he played his part Kr'-L verv well. -Lili, We always contributed faithfully to the Missions and our daily attendance at Mass was almost perfect. wil ref fi , r ,lf A L lr' -.1 .N ,. ffl. tg". 'rp 'R K iam 1 xv x KN lie' H4 . at IQ V. a ,sf .K 'FOI' RUXY: llrailt, I". NYhite, lirzuly. l-1. Sweeney, Kelly. SICFUNID ROXY: Bieker. Nlt'l':uiley, Dee, tiueyzlun, Meier, K1-tink, Vuriimlly, lit-all. lm-ez, YYrublewski, Y Ntxlhmiiell, lluuglals, Ziutller, hlnetrer. N Page I-'urltf-lttm ,fr i- rtr, ,..,,.-mi--qg..a.5m--1.,,,-.v.,7,r.af.gaf.,:fm1yf::.11f:.-rqqmfnegftxrmwf-wemmg- . . . .. . , ,. .. I ' V ,vuafnfg , .F .,',, ..,,, -,rr Dc, tp -M5 .VL .1 .If .Ia .,: ..,. ,Tr wvzrwsyf N?:,.,,r7 -v,.',,T3.M:.'g.:fT.gN,,.: . T' I a.-.agsl , ' SA Q'x?,.':1',.j,I1, t:i2s,aLL,..4.Z4.sg ,1t,..Q:..g..Ln1...xa..1sLf.argZ.Lu,:t has ..s..Li....:a..Magi..ga:..bpLL.a:2a:.t4..:,.iQ.gia: i5s:q7s:,.L1:a-,2 ' " 'N lf, at FI'2Sl'lmal'l C OME fifteen boys started the year 1930-31 at the University of Detroit High School as the class of One C. An election of officers was immediately held as a result of which William Whitty was chosen president: Theodore Skorupski, vice-president: and Henry Kubsik, secretary. Due to our small number we did not take an active part in the fall activities, although two of us, Milton Ponte and William Jagenow made the All-Bantam football squad. Class changes at mid-year necessitated a new election of officers. After two ballots, Frank Bruce, a newcomer from One D, and Robert Whitty were still tied for the presidency. Accordingly lots were drawn and Bruce became president and Whitty vice-president. The duties of secretary fell to Donald Cherry who with Bruce was also in One D for the first semester. Our honor men were Bruce, Whitty, Cherry, Ryan, Slowik, Martin, and Philip Tocco. We wish to thank our teachers who have guided us so successfully through this term: Father Walsh, who taught us Latin and Ethics: Mr. Joyce, in- structor in Algebra and History: and Mr. McEnroe, who drilled us in English. In the golf tryouts this spring Emery was low man, Cherry was a mem- ber of the track team. ln the annual elocution contest, Donald Thill received first place in the freshman division. We boast nearly a hundred per cent membership in the Sodality and are represented on each committee formed by it. The class also supported the annual play and were among the leaders in contributing to the Missions. TOP ROXV: Philip Tocco, Peter Tween. Dahl, Primiverra, Foute, R. VVl1itty, W. XVhitty, Ziskie. SECOND ROVV: Jzkgenow. Skurupski. Ratajczak, Kuhsik, Kowalski, Schwenter. Page Forly-three FI'2SI1maI'l D MALL in numbers but magnanimous in spirit, the members of Freshman D at the very outset resolved to prove that quality, not quantity, is the backbone of a class. Like true business men the class started the work of organization with the election of officers. Arnold Klein was chosen president: while Donald Thill secured the position of secretary, and Edward Ziulkowski won the treasurer's job. The choice of these men has been entirely justified by the fine way in which they performed the duties of their respective offices. When the call of the gridiron sounded there was a large group who heark- ened to its summons. Handicapped though we were in size we proved our worth by winning the Freshman Football Championship. Hawkins, Czaja, Emery. and Ziulkowski displayed their ability on the football field, winning positions on the All-Bantam team. Dupsloff was a fullback on the High squad. Most of the members of the class joined the Junior Sodality. Our class was well represented on monthly communion days. When honors were awarded each quarter, Bruce, Cherry, Slowik and Ryan represented One D. Bruce received class honors at both assemblies. During the Christmas holidays the Junior Sodality presented a playlet at St. Vincent's and St. Francis' orphan homes. Several members of our class took part in the production. The ranks of One D were further diminished at the mid-year when quite a few men were dropped on account of studies and others were transferred into One C. However, the remaining ones carried bravely on. When Spring and baseball came around several members of the class joined Bantam teams. The officers and members of the class wish to express their gratitude to their teachers, Father Walsh, S. J.. Father Roemer, S. J., Mr. Dell, S. J., Mr. Joyce, and Mr. Manley. TOI' ROXY: limery. Ziulkuwski, llruee, lizirtllulil, f.l1l'Tl'j', Martin, Tllimms, Tliill. SICVONIJ RUXY: Klein. FZJIJZI, Slowiik, Al. Zaleski, liuzziiiski, Ryan. Pam' Forlyefurzr . My ,ff WM N WE. lo-. I Fl 1 P v'4 af? p 4 fr lg! 1 4 f 1 if? 1,9 lg! lf! lg! lg! 5:2 ng P . 52? lg! hi Eli ! . ale lg! E35 D 1 Aff lg! lg! Etl div hi Eg! ig! 2.5 Qg! lg! ig! lg! 235 235 232 7 ll? ig! lg! Eg! lg! lg! ig: 2,9 ig? tg! hi iii w- wwf.-r..-ra.-auf--.-1.-.-.-.-.-. . V . . . 5' "W new'au-'.ms'.mranvqm.'am'Am'en':fn:1 I In C B 'F "" "'!" '-"9" "2" ""!" '-".!" "!" "! '-"!" " "9 "-"!" "'P'f 43-YJ"-""4'l'"'4W"-UU"'4lH"'-il"'AL"'40u'VAlnV.A.".Ah."'40 ikvivnavgvgvgvgavgvnsvnsvnevnivag i Senior Sodality ff OST important of the organizations in the gt University of Detroit High School is the 5 Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The aim of this organization it two-fold: to increase . personal sanctity in its members, and to honor the Mother of Ciod. At U. of D. High School, there are two divisions of the Sodality, Senior and Junior. This year the Senior division has some- F what widened the scope of its activities. 5 At the first meeting of the year, the seniors, under the direction of Father Walsh, S, J., chose Lincoln Wurzer, prefect: William McGrail, first , assistant: Merrill Hayden, second assistant: Ed- ward Walker, secretary: and Thomas Marantette. treasurer. Later Samuel Torina and John Bennett were named sacristans. The first innovation of the year was the institution of a general monthly Communion day, the third Friday being chosen for this purpose. An active part was taken by the Sodalists in the organization of the Detroit Sodality Con- ference, and in the May Day celebration staged by it. William McGrail was elected to the vice-presidency of the High School section of this federation. Members of the lecture bureau gave several lectures on The North American Martyrs. The Patna Mission in India received generous spiritual and material support from the Sodalists. LINCOLN E. WURZER Prefect Junior Sodality HE Junior Sodality, comprised of students of the first and second years, formally opened the l93O-31 season on September 18th, when a meeting was called for the purpose of electing officers. At this meeting John Riordan was elected prefect, having as assistants John Walsh and John Schafer. Martin Glynn was chosen for the office of treasurer and Marcellus Sweeney for that of secretary. This year a new practice was introduced into the society, a general Communion day. The A , Thursday after the First Friday of each month was set aside for this purpose. I During the Christmas holidays several sodalists did their part in bringing cheer to the less for- tunate by presenting a playlet at the St. Vincent's and the St. Francis Orphan Homes. The society was also assiduous in its efforts to further the interests of the Missions. Under the direction of Fr. Benson, a stamp club was formed, the proceeds from the sale of stamps going to the missions. On March the 12th, the Sodality underwent a complete reorganization. Four committees, namely the Eucharistic, the Publicity, the Literary, and the Mission committees were appointed. This plan facilitated the society's work and inspired renewed enthusiasm into its members. The annual reception of candidates was postponed from the Feast of the Immaculate Conception until the latter part of May, when fifty candidates were received. JOHN J. RIORDAN Prefect Page Forty -seven ':'S 4 u W 9 1 4 v 4 6 I 1 . 1 - I i 1 A I . v is! 54 sl: Yi Q23 Eg! lg! lg! lg! lg! hi lg! if if sia al: lg! lg! lg! lg! lg! igf li! lg! 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""!'3B,.m,,,- v qw, - ,M - W, - ,ww - W, V ' """""" """'W""""""""4'w"'3""l"V4h"'4U-'43h'2ll kwivmsvnvmvmvmsvmrnmvnmvnmvmwaa l Acolytliical Society HE privilege of actively assisting at Divine Services is the principle underlying the organi- zation of the Acolythical Society. On September 23, Mr. Pearl, S. J., the faculty director, called the first meeting of the society to outline the activities of the year. Thomas Moran. master of ceremonies, and Raymond Brett and Edward Shumaker, instructors of candidates, had been elected to office last June. Opening the activities of the year was the Mass of the Holy Cihost. said early in September l to invoke the aid of the Holy Ghost upon the work of the coming year. Some twenty acolytes THOMAS J- MORAN ' took part in the service. The functions of a Pontifical Mass next oc- cupied the attention of the members of the society when Rt. Rev. Bishop Plagens, D. D., pontificated on Thanksgiving Day. Twelve acolytes were in attendance. Christmas Eve, Thomas Moran capably handled the office of master of ceremonies at midnight Mass. Thirty live members of the society participated in this service, and the presence of so great a number added solemnity to the occasion. High school acolytes were present to assist at the Weekly lectures during Lent, and to take part in all the solemn services of Holy Week. The Solemn Mass of Easter Sunday concluded the important functions of the year. Master of Ceremonies Debating Society OLLOWING the resumption of scholastic activities last fall, a meeting of the senior mem- bers of the Debating Society was held in order to elect officers for the year, Wililiam McGrail was named president: VJilliam Cooney, vice-president and parliamentarian: Merrill Hayden, secretary: and Lincoln Wurzer, treasurer. Under these officers and the direction of Mr. Smith, S. J., the faculty moderator, the Society began a successful year. To train its members in the art of speaking before an audience, to arouse a general interest in forensics, and to disseminate a feeling of goodfellowship among the classes, a system of inter-class debates was inaugurated. The actual membership of the Society was limited to about forty students, the majority of whom participated in debates. The speeches, as a whole, were well constructed, and a number of good speakers were discovered. The Society met on alternate Monday evenings. Some interesting subjects were debated and then discussed by the House. ln 'this way all were permitted to voice their opinions on the question. Among the more important subjects were The Canada Annexation Problem. The Thirteen Month Calendar, Federal Ownership of Railroads, and Labor Unions. These debates not only afforded the participants opportunities for developing their oratorical abilities, but also were for the audience a source of reliable information on topics of the day. WILLIAM MCGRAIL President Pugeforty-eight 3 YIM? "M""M"i"f"Yfi'M'v'i"M'TY' 'MT' N3 r,4.VQ'.a.'H'-L'YA.1.KY 3314 A A A A .A A. .A na an A .A A A A. -A. A A. A fa. A A A AEAMAEAWI www dvi www aw ww 'ww new acur a mum can- wsure fnusr Ulnv twu vosaos .'elan9.'tuw.tA-A . .. . . , . , .x'.wav was eww 4 mwnvufm-mum-mam-..-..-.,.,-.,,,,...,,.,-,,.,-,,,,,,.,,,..,.,.,-,,..,.,,,,.,,,, ,,, .,,,,, ...W .,. - .....- W. 'JI rf sf? I 1 .gg eg if s'i s'z Q23 F t s'a iii eg 591 Q. 2,5 Q t :ii its B t aft .gs 5:5 E15 sfa iii el? 1 t sgg i 1 iii i t iii 9 1 S29 is S E iii i s 524 f s Sis sig sig tif 3 t iii afi its igf i s -K :fs ii 1uv.4.':r...uw'u.mm.s.v-1.1-'...un nn--11.0-nr -ur -ur l if 1 E ' Yin? 'V 4' lf 'VL V '? W W N ii-,.:. , , , , , L . ai - B ---M........,-,..,r..,,.,..,,.u......-..,,,-.,,,...,....,.a 'E E i i i ? 1 -A 'Q ZAH -l vwb li i l l ww iv f P ' 5 it-p. . l VI gf! 1 P 4 y gig The cub g ,ff HE' Cub of .l93l,' waging a strong battle against financial difficulties, has enjoyed a tg. comparatively successful year. Like all other organizations, the school news- T Mr paper has suffered reverses as a result of the present business depression. Because of this. it was neces- if sary, in February, to cut the size of the paper j-1 from eight to four pages. This however, did not detract from the quality of the news-sheet. ill For the first time in the nine years of its existence, g ij' the Cub was given a Eirst Honor rating by the .li National Scholastic Press Association in their an- , , gf: nu.al All-American Critical Service, L i E W Q lg! Under the direction of Mr. Pearl. S. J., the INEg,if,ij, ,Q Cf:-Efzhk members of the staff worked consistently for the betterment of the paper. A book-review column, Q1 serial stories. and sport cartoons were the introductions of the year. Lincoln Wurzer headed the staff as editor-in-chief. He was assisted by if Merrill Hayden and Thomas Moran, who bore, with him, the responsibility of the actual publishing of the paper. The Sports department was capably 552 handled by Edward Shumaker. John Annas, assisted by Arthur Cronin, was 'fp in charge of the business end of the publication. The remainder of the staff lp was made up of John Bennett, Leo Boslooper, Raymond Brett, John Britt, Thomas Danahey, John Day, Edwin Eckert, Robert Ferry, William Eitzgerald, Frederick Matzka. William McGrail, Philip Monaghan, John Moran, Arthur N Platte, Erank Ryan, Harry Taylor, Julius Toner, and Reilly Wilson. li '.' 1:3 Eff ii! The Cub Annual gli 4 5 HE first plans for this Cub Annual were laid early in the fall after a meeting of the Senior is class at which the Seniors pledged their united support to the enterprise. Mr. Pearl, S. J., moder- il ator, then appointed the staff. Lincoln Wurzer, editor-in-chief of the bi-weekly, was named editor. Merrill Hayden, associate editor of the bi-weekly, lj. 482 John V. Moran, 'and Leo Boslooper were chosen liz associate editors. Raymond Brett was appointed advertising manager and Arthur Platte business U manager. 5 1 Under the direction of these men the actual E!! MFRRILI A HMDFN work on the year book began. AW,C,a,e Ed,-,Or ' Early in February the Cub Week finance Q1 p 1 drive, which 1S the determining factor in the suc- cess of the book, was held. The goal of three thousand dollars was not reached: the returns amounted to only eighteen hund- -in red dollars. However, under the present business conditions the drive was if' hailed a success. With these funds. small in comparison with those of pre- vious years, it was necessary for the staff to cut the budget considerably. Al- though this did not permit an annual as large as those of the past, it can be 1-l justly said that the quality of the 1931 Yearbook has lived up to the standards of its predecessors. bit . la! My Page Forty-mm: F- ! YAY.1ATA?-SYATAYATATATATAVYLTATLKASAYA'Y.n..T.n.'Y'a.T.:li'A.Y'A.VS'4n'T.n.YaAii'1hI'Q'AY A.'Y.A,Ulbi'1"4,"1 . 9. mfr 3 CHEN .'X,Q.tuw'.'0D.uml unr,.t0r.i.eauw mundane 'M'.'mur.'mur.mer.1aU.1w.'m.mh- duhv.Ammta1lnh9.'EJllW . mm ww. 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The purpose of this organization is to raise the standards of sportsmanship, and to create a Qi .jr fraternal feeling among its members, the lettermen. gf! The particular duties assumed by the club are to Qt! I y by . . , attend all athletic contests en masse. to wear their lt! ' ' T monograms, and to maintain the Athletic Hall of is JOHN BRODERICK Fame, a portion of the school dedicated to pictures fig 1'fS'df"l' of all athletic teams and to trophies. Q52 sh s The obligations of the members of this so- 42 cicty are few but well enforced. The weekly Monday meetings must be at- 'Qs hi tended. Should a member miss three consecutive meetings, he is dropped. All members must wear their monogramed sweaters Wednesday of each week. I Three initiations into the society were held during the year. These initia- tions were secret and were held in the school gymnasium. Approximately sixty I-Q , Q new members were admitted during the year. ist This year the Monogram Club sponsored the second U. of D. High Field Day at Belle Isle late in May. This event concluded a very successful season. 4 N7 :ap ll H gig Athletic Scholarship society 525 glliilarge efnrolllmgit in the Athgetg Scholalrihilp ociety o t e niversity o etroit ig 'A fmSchoo1l is ifiking pgooi against the common 4 P a acy t at at etics an sc o arship are opposing r ffl hi forces if if : . . . fag 4. This society has for its purpose the develop- fs, lg! ment of both the physical and intellectual phases 2-1 Q4 of studer1t's life. Its members include all those iii ISE who have obtained a letter in a major sport, and iq whose academic standing equals or exceeds the N general scholastic average of the school. ? 'Qi Of the members of the Society this year, Leo Q g lg- Boslooper earned his letter in basketball and track. J e L' Y 4 'lf He has the distinction of being the high Honor W. I.Eo Bosr.ooPER Man of the organization. High H0f10fMfm Sigmund Duda has been a regular on the I is IAQ basketball squad for two years, and is captain-elect of next year's team. Merrill iii Hayden has distinguished himself on the basketball court. Basketball also claims Louis Rudel, William McGrail, Norman Fredericks, and Harold Millett. Millett was captain of the court squad this past season. -fi James Berg is a veteran of the gridiron. He led the team during the 1930 Zi- campaign. and is captain elect for 1931. Victor Ganey was an All-City selec- tion in football. Joseph Haviland and Richard Schroeter also merited letters 3-S in football. 3 1 Francis Sienkiewicz obtained his letters in football and baseball, Edward Shumaker, in hockey. ill il? mm Page 1717141 -- I Y'AEk'YAY.A.YA'1'A"T.LfA.f'.ALiX341..l,.'fA.1ILf'1x.i.n'2A'f'.A'3.A.fn1Y'g.Y.A'f'a.i'q."EA'Y.nfAil?.kiA'BAc1F'A.i'A'i . D 333 K X21 li 1' Wai i i'..l..'3'.?.!X'.i .K.'l'.i'.i.'1'.i.3.2' 2..i.T.i.i - 3 Ji . i . f . 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In Eebruary at the High School play, Mr. T' EDWARD KENNEDY rp Kennedy s revelers were very much in evidence and Dirmor their music contributed much to the success of the evening. On this occasion Bernard Carlen demon- ? strated his extraordinary talent on the xylophone. in Their next appearance was at the boxing match sponsored by the Sodality. Here as before, the work of the orchestra added color to the event. ln the latter part of April our Paderewskis and Kreislers added a gala touch to the Elocution Contest. Bernard Carlen was again the soloist of the evening. The practice connected with an orchestra is arduous and a great sacrifice in time and energy 1S required to assure the success of such an organization. 4 P Eg! lg! - P " SCFIIOI' l'Om HE Cirand Ballroom of the Statler Hotel pro- vided a fitting background for the Senior Mem- T orial Prom which was held on the evening of May 8. The committees in charge of the affair E!! expended great effort to make the dance the success j 1 t at it Was. There was a peculiar significance attached to this year's Prom inasmuch as it was a memorial dance. The proceeds went to furnish a room in ff: g the new high school as a remembrance of the last class to graduate from the Jefferson Avenue institu- ,", . tion. LINCOLN WURZER Lincoln Wurzer was general chairman of the General Chairman event. His work was greatly abetted by the work of the Zlagous committees. Edward Kennejdly, clgilir- .g U man o t e music committee, was assiste y er- rill Hayden and William lVlcGrail. They secured the McFarland Twins' Orchestra. The Statler ballroom was obtained throu.gh the efforts of the hall committee, Thomas Moran. William Cooney, and Thomas Marantette. Fred- gj. erick Matzka and William lVlcC1rail handled the publicity. Vv'illiam Cooney and Thomas Moran took care of the tickets. Under the leadership of Robert Ferry, the patron committee, Raymond Brett, Edwin Eckert, and Joseph Collins, yr assured the financial success of the affair. The Senior Class wishes to express its gratitude to the patrons and pat- ronesses who helped to make the Prom possible. Fel 1'ugel7i'I'fy-one of Y'i1'i'f"1'i11'fi1'i"'1'i'i'WWYWWWQWTYYYYY' '94AAAAALAALAAAAAAAASAAAAAAggiAA.4A.4'34"1 lik E 'nuvimnw 1Q,ww.'ldlr.1lm.-livueano Hum-.'mbr.1us'.'e8.'L8-.1'..'hn-.mv dur,-Il'.f1nalv.'1.,tl.nwll 08.5 .nn.vmv..1".na.'.nh.".vn1-.:n'vnL'- .nnv.n.v.nnv4nu.-1-.usp vgn.-.mnuunu-.nm 'mms-.mm-mm.'mm -.mnnena -'mn Quan -f dm. -1 mv, -v an w an rv ,mv u-vgrn naw.-n '.."'.: 4 , I F v Y 4 1 4 v i A 6 1 i r - 4 I 4 1 E12 sta sf? fa sfa sh Hz ez il? 6,21 Efl ilz fi s'a 542 5" Qs 512 521 Eff ill Sli 592 s'i Q. lg! Eg! 3 1 sis lgl lg! 535 if lg' lg' Iii ali ai? :tg ttf l 5 :fi ali Q25 nag l I Hi 'Qs :gg hi NS "ln Walked Jimmy" NOTHER U. of D. High Play has taken its place in the history of the school as a complete success. Friday evening, February thirteenth, saw the reward of some two and a half months of rehearsing and practice on the part of the entire cast under the supervision of Mr. H. F. Smith, S. J., to whom much credit is due. The title was. "ln Walked Jimmy," and the scene of the presenation was the beautiful Players Playhouse. "In Walked Jimmy." a comedy of optimism, deals with a young man's efforts to re-establish the baby shoe business of an old man who has lost out and is ready to take his own life. Jimmy comes into the office on a particularly depressive day and. in his own way, proceeds to set things going. He falls in love with the book-keeper. As he succeeds in business, he also succeeds in put- ting new life and hope into all who are concerned with it. His methods of transforming the dead factory into one very much alive are novel and afford much room for comedy. But as he arrived on the day of a train hold-up. and no one knows whence he came. suspicion falls upon him. He cannot well prove his innocence without disclosing the name of his Gancee's brother, who has un- fortunately been mixed up in the holdup. Eventually all turns out well and the comedy ends to the satisfaction of all. William McGrail played the lead. with Arthur Szczesniewski as the pretty book-keeper. Their acting was almost flawless. The comedy was greatly enhanced by the acting of Raymond Brett, Jack Lester. Julius Toner. Thomas Moran. and Robert Ferry. Heavier and perhaps more difficult parts were effectively played by Walter Connolly and James Berg. Achilles Moorman, Edwin Eckert, John Annas. Fred Colombo, Chester Connelly, Charlton Ray, and William Fitzgerald completed the cast. S'l'.-XNIJINH: Vultiiiilm, lfrkerl. Xleliixiil. Klnrzui. l'flil1.fQ'I'lllLl. Xlimriiiziii, Ferry, 'lf4bIlk'l', Aniius, Lester. Voiitifvlly, Sl'1A'lfl'llJ: Vmiiii-ily. Slim-siiieixski. Ili-ru. lint-ti, Ray. l't1t1e lflllll Iwo N R ...-..r4y,av.ge.waa,4nnLfx-a.x-,:gsr1.--'s::qeiz:f.:r,vu:-wr:-nz-w::,:,m:-1-5 -- yn if-ip?-rx:-:nap 5,....g-7, .Q AT-fl, k 1-2 r i .. V . fi, 4. . A. . . - ef-1 R gif. .4.,,..,H,....w. ,.,z.,1,irs,!1r,,L,,z,L2,f. ni r, ,. ...M v 1 . - Z ,.,, ...A ,-,.,gl.. .,.y N , ,L - - . J -- - gn., a-,.ra....,..s..,.M, L - - ,. - L J ' 'J .J-ar ar- -5.4--ag-....sn.--4--1 4' Football INNING its first title in four years of city league competition, the l93O Cub grid team swept through a ten game schedule with only one defeat. The title award resulted when Hamtramck forfeited a victory over the Cubs for the use of an ineligible player, placing the Cubs at the top of the East Side Division, and giving them a tie with three Vllest Side teams for city honors. Full credit is due to Coach Lennox and his assistant. Lee I-Iart. From a squad which had lost its stars of the preceding year, these men molded another championship team, and uncovered new All-City and All-State material. In three years a Lennox-coached team has fared no worse than second place. Deception was predominant in the 1930 grid team. Employing the Notre Dame system, the Cubs offered a baffling offense and a strong defense. On September 20, the Cubs opened the season at Wyandotte where a 6-0 defeat was administered to the down-river eleven in a cloud of dust. Ganey starred throughout this non-league game. The following Friday the Cubs opened their league schedule against Northeastern, handing the Falcons a l2-3 setback. The work of Platte in a third quarter drive netted the first league scalp of the season. In another non-league aHair the Red and White were held to a scoreless tie by Lincoln Park. The next encounter saw a Cub second half rally defeat Eastern I-Iigh, 25-12, after a hectic first half in which Indian passes threatened to take the game. Nickerson's plunges netted all Cub touchdowns. On October 18, the Cubs emerged l4-7 victors in an encounter with Northern. lVloroni's end-run was the feature of the game. TOP ROVV: Broderick, Coach Lennox, Coach Hart. FIFTH ROXV: Ilanahey fiuanagerl, Soma, Britt, Heizman, fllchlaliuu. ,lzlege-r, Rozak, Xlutzlm Inlxuiagerl. lfUl'RTH ROVYQ Rntiuzui, Hunan, Sienkiewiez, Nickerson. Hz-use-l, Krzxusinaum. l'etz. THIRD RONY: llavilaiul. Nlunrnlzul. fain, Sliztrkcy. Hally, Platte, l'i'm1in. SICVOND ROXY: Nlunaxzlian, Gillespie, 'l'omlinsou. Kupitzlci. Scliroeter, Alumni. lhulek. Ferry FIRST RUNY: Nnlirzt. SilIlI11f'l'P!'. Peters. Auflries, Howe. Fisher. Knlka. 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If sc" f Pf. l r 3,4 lf V fi wk X. xl' PM til " '.-c 'f Lf xi ls, lf!! af nam im, gy M511 52'-f ,iiiftiftfjz fc--5 -1 , ,. in ff ,,-1ILe,,,Agg,,.4g,,,s,,,.,",d,,'e,iE " i i T E C E3 it-g ffl f1,i:f,23ga7ffsfTxfffa-:gigifgjggggl ' L Till' RUXY: Fuzieli l.ennox, Kzmzm, Sir-ixkiewiez, lfislwr. i'u:xeli Hurt. SICVUXIJ RUXV: llaivilnml. Klooiiiiziii. Slmrkey, Nickerson. Hally. Platte. fqflillill. FIRST ROW: Xl-nmglixiii, llilluspii-. 'Dviiiliiisi-ii, linpitzki, Selirixeter, Xlormii, llnilek. lierry Saturday, October 25, witnessed a crippled and spiritless Cub team lose a heartbreaking game to Hamtramck, 54-O. The services of many Cub reg- ulars were sorely missed in this fray. A rejuvenated Cub team raced easily over Southeastern the following Friday by a 7-O score. The play of Berg was excellent this game. lnaugurating night football for preps, the Red and White were held to a 13-l3 tie by their traditional foe, Highland Park, on Friday night, November 7, at the U. of D. Stadium. The Cub markers resulted on a spectacular sprint by Moroni, and a pass, Gillespie to Berg. Journeying to Port Huron, the Cubs received a l4-O setback on November l5. Although the Cubs made more first downs, completed more passes. and fumbled less than their opponents, they were prevented from scoring, The last game of the season on November 22, resulted in a 7-6 victory over Cass Tech by virtue of Nickerson's successful try for the extra point. The game was featured by two stands on the one-foot line in which Ganey and Berg played brilliantly. Captain James Berg exhibited All-State qualities both in leadership and tnd-play, and was chosen to head next year's team. Edward Kopitzki, co-captain-elect of the l97:l grid team, merited that position by a brilliant display of both offense and defense at halfback. 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M W 155.1 .ff , IXACKFIELD: Platte, Hally, Ratigan, Fisher. , LINE: Hztvilrmd, Moorman, Scliroetcr, Monaghan, Peters, Tomlinson, Sienkiewicz Jospeh Kanan played excellently at end, particularly on defense. Victor Ganey and Adam Dudek teamed perfectly at the tackles. With Ganey pulling down plays behind the lines, and Dudek breaking through to block punts, these positions were well filled. Ralph Sharkey and Art Cronin paired at guards. Ralph, playing his first year as a regular, made a good mate for the veteran Cronin. ' Robert Ferry, following his brother's footsteps at center, showed all of his brother's ability. - Stephen Gillespie and Louis Moroni alternated at quarter and halfback. . Each was a sure tackler, a good open field ru-nner, and an accurate passer. Achilles Moorman, Francis Hally, Arthur Platte, and Francis Sienkiewicz furnished an excellent alternate backfield. Lloyd Fisher, quarterback, and Joseph Haviland, end, gave reserve ' strength when called upon. Philip Monaghan, center, and Richard Schroeter, W guard, gathered much experience for next year. The reserve team finished a fair season, outscoring opponents, 26-12. . In the opener, the Cubs trampled Northeastern 13-0, Moorman starring. Next came the Eastern reserves. Passes netted the Cubs a 13-0 victory. Northern's "B" team handed the Cubs their' first defeat in years, 6-0. Next the Cubs and Southeastern battled to a scoreless tie in the mud. A blocked punt gave Cass a victory in the finale, 6-0. 1 5 , BACKFIELD: Simmerer, Cain. Petz, Hensel. LINE: Krausmann, Howe. Britt, Andries, Heizmnn, Kulka, Nahra. Vi :li 223 2,5 i 4 sis 2,5 za P I sit iii if? 3 6 sit ii? lg! lg? lf! ,3, Efi sta sfa if? Norman Nickerson supplied the needed punch at fullback. 552 sfi .Qs 5 1 ala Q23 lg? lg? fgl lg! l I .g. l 5 .3- P 3 iii gr E 5 cgi F 5 ies 5. S 4 is I 5 .sr I 1 4!P I l ef' lg? lg? lgf 1 1 8: 5.4 .'f ,l 4 Page F1 ly seven 51 3A'K"4.3'.n A. 4. A A .L A A A .A .AL an .L A Aa A A. .L A. A A A. 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This year as a gif captain of the team, a junior, he went still further, achieving every high school footballer's ambition: Ei! he was not only nominated All-City but was also Qt! named on the All-State team. Jimmy's play is Q53 hard to criticize. The few minor faults which kept him off the All-State selections last year were Eg? missing during this season. He came to school 2,5 last fall a little taller, a little heavier, and a little stronger than before. As a result his play at end Eg: was one of the highlights of the season. XVhat l v more can we expect of him next year? .JAMES BERG ll :ia .sz 5 1 est S 4 522 3 5 Victor Ganey was by far the best guard in Detroit high schools. His selection on the All- City team was little short of unanimous. Ganey X was never outplayed by an opponent. The most powerful man on the squad, Vic smashed holes in the opposing line whenever needed, and rarely failed to stop a play, often downing the ball- carrier behind his line for a loss. And with his might, Vic possessed speed, often being called out E55 of the line to run interference. Only the wealth of out-city guards kept Ganey from the first All- State team. However, he was chosen on the second All-State team, and by a vote of his teammates ,lt was judged the team's most valuable player. VIC'l"OR GANEY ill gli il? iff Es: ii? 7" S :Ea , , S52 Mn- Page Fifty-eight 1- M UYA'E'-4 'M'.u"U'A.'W'AHH'3A.Y.n.TA.F'dEATAYAWLH'g.E'.:.'E'A.'i,m'YA..1'.n.'Y'A.?4'1'.n.'Y'.-.i'a.'W'.nWiATHRU' 0. 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This produced a EJW much lighter and more inexperienced team than those of former years. . . , , . , 'Eff Under tne supervision of Mr. Dell, S. J., intensive practice was the daily routine of the team for the Hrst two weeks of the season. When the ability of the team had been sufficiently demonstrated, five games were scheduled. . . . ,S ,V- I The midget team got off to a flying start by defeating the Two A aggrega- tion, 18-0. In this game the team displayed a good knowledge of the game rlgfgi and showed great possibilities of development. UIQ vu. Pitted against many ex-Bantams in their second game, the novices met their only defeat before the onslaught of Two B's much heavier team. 13-6. Kemp and Mulleavy played a good brand of football. Determined to avenge their defeat of the previous week, the Bantams came back with invincible spirit to conquer Holy Name Institute, 6-O. In this fray Douglas and Kemp showed to advantage. In their next game they displayed the traits of a smart football team by burying St. Paul's of Grosse Pointe. They wrote the epitaph, 27-0. Goddeeris, Douglas, and Mulleavy were outstanding for the Bantams. . .HE The last game of the season proved to be the easiest for the U. of D. youngsters. In this Hnal struggle they out-punted, out-played, out-blocked, and completely squelched the Gesu squad, the score, 40-0. 5"l.:5' 21,275 'QM girl' 1. tl F 1.1 Sz-it .1 LJ ,I .. ailill .rg like tile al Ji! tw: ily EVQ .gf H 4 Till' RUVY: Vzajzi. l'umn1islcey, liorlilerris. Fume. Kelly. SICCONIJ RUXY: Uumully, Mcifzuiley. Coloiulm, F. NYlli1e. J. fllullezuy, llziinmer. Samir, Fitzgerziltl, Jag:-mnv. f lil l"lRS'I' ROXY: i'l1L'l'l'j', 'l'. llr-wleriek, lluiig'l:is. Ke-um, Ziiillmwski, Smith, . , Iaqe Fifty-mne Q5-ti V' tlr lg! lgl lgl li! lgl ffl lgl lgl lg! lil lil li! lil lg! lil lg! E49 lil lg! lil lil lil lil lg! lg: EN ill E13 l'1 i'a ill ill tp lg! 5 4 ali p 4 fl' 211 lil lg! lil Efl .gi E4 fl El sh 4. Ll Z'M ww-GI' a'l"n-11-if-I-1 Lil'-nil'-HI' -Sl'-ilu 'D nv vr.n.urn.t".vnnrf41AvA'Qvu.1lv.-'ww n wlmn vavwrwnw..-'np eww. D' ii' 2 'M' D"l'.f".'n'Q'.:f - I 'Q Il'i'lw'l'1'lr'Fr'Xr'K' 5 1 I Basketball HE problem facing Coach Lennox at the start of the 1930-31 basketball season was to produce a winning team from a squad whose stars had grad- uated. Despite this handicap, the Cubs finished on the winning side of the column with seven out of thirteen scheduled games credited as victories. The forte of the Cub basketeers was defense. In this department the guards did excellent work. The team as a unit presented one of the best short-passing attacks seen locally, but was handicapped by lack of height. The Cubs dropped the opener to Grosse Pointe on the latter's court, 13-7. Defensive play predominated. The following night the Cubs journeyed to Mt. Clemens where the local high was presented with a 7-4 setback in the best defensive game of the season. The first home game saw the Red and White trample Redford, 25-1 1. Lincoln Park was defeated 24-4 in another defensive exhibition. Redford was defeated again, 12-11, in overtime by Marantette's free throw. At Ann Arbor the Cubs dropped a 26-18 contest by erratic shooting. The Hrst league contest proved a thriller, the Cubs defeating Cass, 16-14, in overtime. Northeastern fell before a final quarter rally, 17-14. In an easy game the Red and White triumphed over Commerce, 23-16. The first league defeat came in the nnal minute against Northern, 18-14. Continuing the slump, the Cubs dropped the Eastern contest, 17-10. The Cubs led throughout the Southeastern game until the final ten sec- onds, losing 16-15. In the finale, Hamtramck defeated the Cubs, 30-12. Millett, captain, Duda, captain-elect, Montie. and Hayden were used as guards. These men could dribble, pass, and shoot with accuracy. Schafer, Rudel, and Nickerson alternated at center. Each possessed ability in a different department. At the forward positions Marantette, Fredericks, Boslooper, and Moroni were used. They were fast and shifty, and fair shots. S'l'AINlJlfXli: launch l.e-nmvx. Mwintie, Hayden, Rudel, XVulsli, Muruni, Bennett Cnizuiagerl. Sl'IA'l'l'llJ: lltulzi. Sclinfer. Nlillett, lllalinlilettc, l"l'L'lll'l'lCliS. lllfllllvl llusltiupell li. lvllsilll. Page Sixly Y' 'I' 'Y T Y T' 1' 'Y 'UUAYA.i4."1A.'1.AT"A"YA.1.Lf.l.24'f.AT.t..'fAi.nfA. A A .A .A .nt migfgim n n.f.A'W4u.'3A3" .2'UU'.x.i'.QP".,'i ll mvxwvw 3.3 l.Z,,Qnv.QUv.1x 1,3 1llllr..'l'.w.1..'1'.i'.'l.3 eEf.'llv.'i,if.Z.GlO mtl out can 11.14m.v.an'-n.'vnn.'4n.+.nn.-uanvasv.nn.vmn-vprawn-.vp-.-4-vnn.v.n-4--nvnn-f-Q-1--mnwnu--1 num -.au Q nv. - an-v .nav nnwpnv -nv -nw Q -nn 17.4 Vi Eli sf? all it Sli its H sit il? ill aft iii 92 s'a s'i ill ilk aft it sit sfi sit isp Eg! 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In the opening game at Grosse Pointe the Reserves showed the result of daily practice against the assaults of the first squad by holding the home team to five points while garnering just twice that many for themselves. Back in their own gym for the second game the Reserves continued their winning ways at the expense of Lincoln Park. The score was 14 to 10. After a long trip to Ann Arbor, the team met more than its equal there, scoring but eight points to their opponents' twenty-six. The boys were com- pletely baffled by the speed and accuracy of the team from the University city. The Reserves' first league game did not provide them with a very auspi- cious Start, leaving them on the short end of a 10 to 7 score, but only after a nip-and-tuck struggle. The team's defense reached its peak in the second League game. North- eastern was held to no score while the Reserves collected twelve points them- selves. In the next game against Commerce on their opponent's floor, the team fought valiantly to break an eight all tie, but after two extra periods the game was called to permit the Varsity teams to begin on time, The Reserves, seemingly thriving on thrillers, and in this respect resembl- ing their Varsity teammates, took Northern into camp by the score of 9 to 7. Against Southeastern, the Reserves could score only eleven points while their opponents tallied sixteen. To finish the season, the team was defeated by Hamtramck on a large strange floor. The score was 14 to 5. The following received letters: Capt. Wilsoii, Douglas, Donahue, Walsh, Squiers, Haviland, Ganey, Berg, Goode, and de Sostoa. STANDING: Coach Lennox. Zaleski. Goode. E. Gallagher. Bennett fmanagerl. SEATEU: Douglas. NV:-ilsh. C. VN'ils0n, Donahue, Squiers. Page Sixty-om. E 4 C a v e A i i 1 4 1 Ei! sis s'i Q, lg! 0 4 1.9 r 1 4, is lg! lg! u iii Eg! 1 4 523 lg? 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His tricky N dribbling deceptive passing and accurate shooting won " '-Q'.:. at least two games of the schedule of themselves. At times Harold s play was sensational. In the tight spots parti- the team he offered an inspiration to his mates by his I cularly he never failed to come through. As captain of - e steady but brilliant and tireless play. HAROLD MILLETT Alexander Byrnes, th V diminutive Cub goalie is the second Cub man to make the All-City team at that position, Byrnes rec- ord as a goalie is one of the best in the city. During the entire season only four goals were marked up against him. He had five shutout victories to his credit. Each of these shut- outs was due to the agility. eye, and quick wit of Alex. who several times made brilliant saves of "impos- sible" shots. His play boosted the team's morale. ALEXANDER BYRNES Maurice I-Ially, the red-headed pilot of the hockey team played with such whole-heartedness, and combined with his enthusiasm such remarkable ability, that he was chosen as a wing on the All-East Side hockey team. Hally alternated during the season at center and wing, playing equally well at either position. Every game was marked by the hard checking fast skating, and tricky stick hand- ling of Hally. He was always present where needed most, and stopped many a play in the bud. MAURICE HALLY w V5 eg' if - ' sf? :tg lg! lg! Y ' Y iff R 1 f fr 5:3 1. ll! E Egg EH ' gig 5' + 'lg 'M -ec' . ig. E35 hi ig! lg? 2 . ' Q il! , lg! lg! ig! ' lg? Ei iii . air hs' 2 . sis 255 lg! ig! g 1 :fa il! ' lg! lg? ig? Page Sixty-two T T' 'Y 'T' T T 'T' uawvawa-wawawawavmzg 4. a'mv...1u:uf.1mr.. .1u'..'-wxvu. 4. mv. 4 m'w.vm-.wa-wAwmmmAw.wwawf1wvnw 9 if E f, 'R' 3 03,3325 ' . '.?.i.?. '3. 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The fast passing and hard checking of the Red and White team, combined with ever-present teamwork, led them through the schedule with a record which placed them in the second place play-offs with Mackenzie. In the first game Pershing fell before the Cub attack, 4-O. Goalie Byrnes had only four stops to make. Northeastern handed the Cubs their only setback, 2-O. Teamwork defeated Northern in the next encounter, l-O. The Cubs and Cass Tech fought to a 2-2 tie in one of the best played games of the year. The Red and White downed Eastern, l-O. Hally's work was impressive. Hamtramck continued its losing streak by dropping their game to the Cubs, 4-O. In the last league game, Denby was easily defeated, 3-0. In the play-offs, the Cubs and Mackenzie played a Z-2 tie in a hard fight. Hally, captain of this year's sextette, was the most versatile player on the squad, and an inspiration to his mates. Byrnes, the goalie, was the best backstop in the league. Sharkey, captain-elect. was an able defense man who checked hard. Clements combi-ned speed with scoring ability to star in many games. Pfeffer was another strong defense man who played hard and well. Hurley, although small, was a tricky stick-handler. and sneaked many shots past opposing goalies. Platte, playing his first year of hockey. was a reliable wing. Shumaker, another good wingman, showed plenty of fight and a good eye. I l Till' RUXY: Toner. Samir. Hurlc-v, that-li l.em1fnx. QECQXIJ YROXXE: Sliuniaker. Platte, Vulmniskey, Sininie-i'ei'. Pfeffer. FIRST RONY: Seliror-te-i'. Sharkeg, lf. llzillziglier, Hally Cl'apt.J, XY. XV:ilker, Vlements. Byrnes lgoaliel. Prim' Sfvlil-lhriw H.-y,' ll! E23 ha 5'a Eli lj v 'ima' Cross Country l l H the resumption of classes in September Mr Mclsnroe undertook th task of building a cross country team with four lettermen as a nucleus and a number of inexperienced but eager newcomers After three weeks of earnest preparation Captain Bernard De Coster and his men participated in their nrst meet at Rouge Park against three of the trongest teams in the city Southeastern Northeastern and Northern North ern a newcomer in the cross country field took first place while the Cub Harriers brought up the rear Bill Hurley was the nrst U of D man to finish gaining twelfth place while many of the younger runners did well In the next meet held again at Rouge Park the Cubs placed third behind Northeastern and Hamtramck Cherry Wilson De Coster Hurley and Buckel finished in that order for U of D Buckle a sophomore showed a vast improvement over his form of the previous week 'lhe City Meet held on Friday October twenty eighth terminated a rather brief cross country season The Cub squad although they did not William Hurley who was forced to abandon the cinder path because of illness Hurley had been consistently among the leaders in the weekly meets and his inability to participate left the Cubs a rather crippled team Buckel in par ticular ran a heady race turning in his best showing of the sea on D Coster Wilson and Cherry also showed to advantage Since most of this year s team are lower classmen who will return next fall Mr Mclfnroe hopes to build a fast team for l9'5l 'lhe Cubs this year were hampered by the lack of a suitable track on which they could prac tice. However. they will not be so handicapped next year and with the ex- perience gained and the stamina developed this year among the candidates, next .zeason should witness a well-balanced aggressixe cross-country squad. STANIJINKE: fllll1lllliFlit'j' iiaiaviagt-i'l. ,l:iuee'e'k, Slll'Il1lZ1l-iCl'. Ke-niicelp. Hurley. XY, XYilson, l'eme'li Klvliiii--ie-. Sl'IA'I'lflJ: lim-ke-l, liilutf. Schultz. llefnstri' Irnptziiill, S7e'zes1iie'uski, 'l'ui'in:i. l'e1efe' Sli.Yftf' foul' ll .1 111717 v 'l ll v V?- v4e'v4.t.b.t4t4t.t'4.t.t.t.t.v.t'.C.t.t41r.w..t4t.t.0111-9.1safaeir-etv.-1.t.t.1w.t.1.t.t.t.1r...1.cr.vvgvmum r 7 2 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1.1,-it tri 1.1 1.1'1.1'1'1 11 in as as-1-1-4:5-Quinlan! 1'QvgvgvnvLvAvgvQv4v4v4vA'Lw1vQvgvgvnnvpvgvggvQsAgvgv.gvlvgvaevav1'LvL'QrL:'I4vAvL"A1vAvAi'L.'L.vA'Q j .Y A e a i ' :Ta ' v U 5 - v- - . 1 ' .- . A .52 . . V 4 r. f . in . P ' ' - . :r - - . 'I C . v A -I J . ' , ' as A .' , ' ' ' . 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Each year has found the track team H If stronger, and, althou h at the resent writin , but one meet has been held, 'g' ef? g p 2 S 1 the rospects for a successful season are ver bri ht. Fourteen veterans, headed I3 4, . Y .2 , ri If by Captain De Coster, form the nucleus of this year s squad and a number of promising newcomers insure a more balanced team than ever before. De Coster is running the mile better than ever and can usually be counted on to place. Other distance runners are rather scarce but Mr. lVlcEnroe, faced ff with the loss of Joe Kru er, last ear's ca ,tain and star half-miler, is trying U b Q S Y P hard to develop some of the younger men. 'lf' The stren th'of this ear's s uad lies in its sprinters and ole-vaulters. Bos- 'ls 3 4 e 1 Y Q D M 4' looper, Lester, Wilson. and Berschback form the best set of dashmen Mr. Qi H - a-4 4 P lVlcEnroe has had and u on their success de ends the outcome of the season. H 'V' . I7 P9 D In the pole-vault. Hurle and Den ler can both be relied u on for a lace and H l 4 H Y I g 1 p P 4, lf, they. too, are being unclerstudied by a number of promising undergraduates. 'Q In the field events, Nickerson can hold his own with the best. Gane and n 4.9 . , . . . Y ,tb Cronin, both veterans. add to the team s potentiality in the field. 5,4 ' . . . x- 34 The first meet was a uadran ular one a ainst three of the cities stron est 4.9 1 q g g is, teams, Southeastern, winner of the meet, Northern, and Northeastern. Despite N pal the absence of several possible winners the Cubs scored seven points. Nicker- son placed second in the discus while Boslooper and Berschback finished second fl? and fourth in the century dash. With the easier part of the schedule ahead, we are coniident that a decided improvement will be shown. 4 9 it, N ff fl' :tb H H 4" 4,4 N H 'l' ell lg! H 555 55? air 5 I Q 451 ali 5 H 'fl 'l' Ear Eli Eg? it if! QQ' Q, if ,.g QP fp .1 'A 212 E12 ll, ,ap D-1 1-4 Qv tl, H H 4' 1 -It 'A' l a-1 4' r T1 all H r 4' fa' ee :fs TOI' RONY: CIIIIIITITSIKCV Cinanagerl, Gillespie, Kelly, Seymour, Dudek, Galley, fronin, Janeeek, Cuueli .' 1 , Mclinroe. 4' 4" SECOND ROXY: NYliite. Hensi-l. lleiiglei-. llnslimpe-i', Platte. Hurley. XY. XYilsmi, Hrzulsliaw. FI RST RUXV: Ray, Erlrvff. Fitzueralrl, Defostei' fealvtainl, Blrwrovr, Schultz, 4 D hi P S, r M , age L zxlgl- me aa e 1 Q f W 1Sidiaf'A,T4'f'AYAf4.'f.I.fA'?Af,.h.1'A.i.lfA.Y.n'fAY'.K?AI'.nfA.i.n.'IL1n3SA'T.iY.1ATKLYIAIY'ln"'1L1'A'f'A-'Q I . X Url' 1212? .'l,.i.i,.'1. X .K.K.i,1,ti.i Jiaii i.i.2".3.i 3,i.f.i..i. l l. X 110 Amvasvasv-Qvqvanvpvnnv.ua.vQvnnv7w-4-L 'un.-.m-.n-.-'Qvnn'v.nmvnn.-4- -.ng-gn -um. vm- -.mn - an -v ww 1 mn v nav qivs-.v4n.".nn 74743 T41 1-l1'4-"'1-"-'l'1l"- 3-.tA1u.1'.'3.!U'-.tpwr .'1r.:1v'n.'wv 1.1! an an ab'1'i'1"i'1'Lr' vxvqf ll ' an g mn ns nn am nn nm sum ww mn an Avgvgvawxvnvgvgvggvgvgn kvgvgvavgvgvmvmvgvnvmvn A 9 '5-'mn if ng-. 4:1 Baseball LTI-lOUC1H the baseball season is still in its infancy at this writing. prospects for the future are the brightest since the advent of the Cubs into the City league. With nine veterans and several newcomers. Mr. Lennox has, for the flrst time. secured a good fielding combination and an ef- fective pitching staff and has uncovered several consistent hitters. ln the opening game against Northeastern, the team lined up with Pydyn. Fisher, and Ratigan in the outfield, Sienkiewicz at first, Millett at second, Cain at short. and Nickerson at third. Captain Moroni did the pitching with Duda on the receiving end. This game, which was won by the Cubs by a score of 9 to l, was marked by almost perfect flinging on the part of lVloroni who allowed but two hits over the route. The team hit well and the fielding, though not perfect, left little to be desired. The second game, in which Cass Tech's sluggers were encountered, found the Cubs handicapped by injuries. Moroni was laid up with a sore arm and Pydyn went to the box in his place. Several others were also out and the leam's potency at the bat was reduced almost to a minimum. The end of the game found the boys on the short end of a 13-3 score. The Cubs showed a decided reversal of form in the next game, played against Northern's Eskimoes. This game again found Moroni at his best and the other cripples back at their regular posts with the result that the Cubs proved victors, scoring ll runs to but 4 for their opponents who were help- less whenever Moroni "bore down." Nickerson and Duda proved the "big guns" in the attack, each poling out four hits in as many times at bat. With more than half the season ahead of them, judging by the record they already have. two victories in three games, a banner season is predicted. Till' RUXV: Zlllfllef. N. Peters lnmmigerl, XYliite. Nlnlleavy, Seliroeter, Omcli lmxiiimvx. Nt-hm. SICFUNIJ RUXY: Polak, Shumziker, Pvclyn. llurlzi. Kwpitzki, Rutigzin. Travzyk. FIRST RUXY: Mille-tt, Sir-nkif-wiez. Vain, Murrnii lcziptainl. Niekc-i':fni, l.. lfislier. .. . 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From those who applied for positions on the team, the following V men were chosen to play in the tournament: Fredericks, Marantette, Peterson, , Smith, Hurley, Motschall and Annas. 4 - In the opening match the Cubs gained a decisive victory over North- if eastern 3 to 0. The U. of D. high team played fast, clever tennis and dis- . played real ability. The second engagement found the Cubs opposing Cass. This match was a repetition of the preceding one, the Cubs winning by a 3-0 score. Winning was becoming a habit with the High team, and in the next fracas Commerce bowed before the Cubs' racquets. The final score was 3-O. Hamtramck was th-e next scheduled engagement but the Cosmos did not show up, forfeiting the match to U. of D. High. Having won the first four scheduled matches, the Cubs now faced the stiff half of their schedule. Playing far below their usual form, they fell before Eastern. The score of this match was 2-l. - The following week the netmen showed better form but still they could - not cope with Southeastern's fast driving game and in consequence once more tasted defeat. Here, as in the former match, the score was 2-l. . As a finale to the season, the recqueteers engaged Northern. However, they could not get their stride and dropped this contest, 2-l. .- When the time came around for the spring season, the team came out of . hibernation and got down to good hard practice. The personnel of the squad varied little from that of the previous fall, Jimmie Berg replacing John Annas, ' who had withdrawn. To date only one match has been played, the Cubs defeating Cass 5-O. We look for good things this year from the squad. . 6 G J 4 Q 4 v i 4 i i A 1 C 222 ati ij? Ed s 1 .g. 1 4 92 .la s 4 il? ffl iii s 1 aft va i'2 Fi ii? aft 532 sta F2 ala Eli iii Hi i'a s'a W ff: :Q in :li E92 23: :ls all was i'f fi sa an ali sg fi fi all 'S ,Y ,7 is SEATED: Smith, Hurley, Fredericks fCapt.J, Marantette. STANDING : Sharkey, Peterson, Berg, Motschall, .ai . 514 Page Szxty-Seven -- xl 5,l' .W. W l.i', l, s .f iii? El,-' ',.5'.i'.i, ' ,if.Ef.'l.i-W i T if .u..v-v.---.mug-m.f...v--A-v...v..Q..+..-..-.-.e-.-....vm-.nv m.-mv..-...M .-... - ...M .M N M. -..-. -A--Y -v.f.-..f.. lw Golf OON after the opening of the scholastic year last fall, the golfers of the school turned their attention to the City Medal Tournament. A When the smoke of the battle had cleared, U. of D. was in fifth place with Emery, a freshman, the school's low man. There were quite a few who turned out for this contest and prospects for the coming season were exceptionally bright. ln the spring tryouts. seventeen men presented themselves. From this number, eight men were chosen: Monaghan, Gillespie, Ganey, Taylor, Emery, T. Moran. Ferry, and Britt. Each week four of these were picked to play in the scheduled matches. Philip Monaghan was appointed captain in recognition of the fine work he did last year. This is his third season on the team. The squad, this year, ranks among the best turned out by the school and looms as a serious contender for the East Side title. They have been victorious in all five matches they have played. ln the first match of the season the High golfers defeated Northeastern, 8-4. The team played a Hne brand of golf, showing right at the outset that they had the qualities of a consistent winner. Following this the team overwhelmed Cass Tech, IOLQ-l lj. Emery and Taylor, both freshmen, stood out for U. of D., taking their matches in easy style. The third engagement of the season took place with Pershing. and here, as before, the Cubs mowed all opposition to win the match 9112-ZLQ. lnspired by their three previous victories, the golfers had little trouble handling Denby. All the Cub men won their matches, taking the match 12-0. Thus far, the golf season has been most successful and at the end of the year we hope to see the Cubs at the top of the league. l,lCl"'l' TU RIGHT: Mnran, Ferry, Taylor, Haney, Gillespie, Britt, Emery. Page Six! tl Veiqlil 3 . My 1 September 1 SeDt. 4-Opening dav of school. Fr. Meskell replaces Fr. Carron as principal. F I , -F ...-rg -- .. in-an ...-.al ........ 'i-it 3 --ii-. .---11" ,......,....-,-4,,,, ,..,.1---' ' Sept. 5--Registration. 299 students sub- mitted and admitted. Afternoon omitted. ...-ff.-if" . g . Sept. 8-Library opens. Miss Hill, new , ljq. Librarian, is center of interest. T: l 1 y I Sept. 9---Classes begin. Frs. Carron and ' ., lf- I pi 1 Barton, and Mr. Murphy transferred. Frs. L...--' '1 W 'Z Walsh, Lochbiler, and Roemer, and Mr. Cam- 4 W 4 pion added to faculty. -1 K 7 i e 1 're .1 'lt of Sept. 10-Sixty freshmen shown the --sq -gx " d 1 ' "happy hunting grounds." 1110 fgflll . W 'S X Sept. ll-Cub staff chosen. New ruling in school: no students to leave building at noon without permission. Mr. Pearl appointed doorkeeper. Sept. 12-Bookstore does a rushing business. Sept. 15-Kopitzki places rosy red apple on Miss Hill's desk. Sept. 16-Wurzer, Hayden, McGrail, head Senior Sodality. Mass of Holy Ghost celebrated. Cross-country team works out. Sept. 17-Male quartet introduced into orchestra. Secret practice held in jug-room for safety. . Sept. 18-Junior sodality holds election , of officers under new director, Fr. Lochbiler. 1 1 sept. 19-Gillespie, Nickerson first foot- ? ball casualties of year. . SQ S? Sept. 22 - Debaters choose McGrail. U I4 V- -ue X' i Cooney, Hayden and Wurzer as officers. Mono- V LJ ' Q tp lx 1 b ' 0 X if gram c u meets. '- I i' Sept. 23-Acolytes hold mass meeting. . X 'Q' First Cub appears Con timej. Mr. Pearl for- . gets to go to English class, W li, 'Zoo A f Q Sept. 24-Jack Day has hair marcelled Z iebzaif ' . according to reports. . Sept. 25-Hayden on time for Mass. Sept. Z6-Solemn high mass in church. P. M. free in honor of martyred Jesuits. Cubs down Northeastern 12-3. Sept. 29-Moroni appears with mustache. ls congratulated by class- . mates. Freshmen gaze in awe. . Sept. 30-Moroni appears without mustache. rf s'2 it H2 .55 lit Eg! hs it it Els 3:2 1 S Sis i 5 EZ: E59 Egg it Eli il? lg! lg! lg! ig! lg! Eg! r 4 Eli E 5 s'4 E23 lg! 333 r c il? E35 I I il? iii va il! sh its il? it E23 1 1 ' Page Seucnly-one uv' -wx' vuw'4ww-.:.vmr.:.mw..uv41n...u-v..1-Q Anfon-no-r ov. 1:41,-41:-m.-anunsuav.o'unv..usv..'1nv fur..-wwmwy-Q.-qv -.-qv. b"l'Qb"EnT. "E' ?' 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CNarrow escape in Latinlj Oct. 8-Mr. Dell stops Ganey's "one man band" recital in Jug room. Instruments re- Oct. 9-Hurley completes patented rhyme- less, rhythmless, poem for Fr. Lochbiler. ' Oct. 11-Cubs mangle Eastern, 25-12. .fc P - if K7 2 X A-tlffif' xg placed. ee ff iff Oct. l3-Monday-Holiday-various reasons. Oct 14--McIntyre decides to stay at school and buys his books. Oct 15-Only 162 more days of school left. Gotta get going. Oct 16-Four A wins fall indoor title by fluke. Oct 17-First monthly report sent home. Many drags prove worthless. Oct 18'--Cub had a birthday. Oct 21-Out of nowhere-Homer Brew appears. 22 -Teachers hold meeting. Plan li! Eg! lgf 215 153 ha lfv lg! 245 lg! lg? 555 lg? 355 lg! Egg 7 . 254 lil 255 ts E35 lg! 2:5 lg: its Qu lg? 9 5 elf E55 lg! Sri ill vi .ga Eta i'a ei? lg! lg! Eg: I . all lg! Eg: 7 . S94 longer hours and more homework, fewer free- days, and harder marking. Oct. 23--Cub had a birthday last week Cask Wurzerj. Oct. 24-Big pep meeting held for Ham- tramck game. Oct. 25-Result: Hamtramck 54, Cubs 0. Oct. 27--Lunchroom introduces unem- ployment apples. Doctors object. Oct. 28--Gloom grips school as schedule for first quarter exams is posted. CSO soon?j X X , I ,fmsx x OCT 2. . f ' 9 elim fy sl f.. Q , . fa-':'flif1i2 . 1 7.1. .,.- -1 L . Q, ff tix - qiggfv EL -h 13.5 K Exltff .X 'HI ' rvrw to all l N f .. I Oct. 29-Mr. Pearl annoys Cub staff by criticizing their work. Annoy- ance overruled. Oct. 30-Nappe Peters forcibly objects when awakened from daily after- noon nap. Oct. 31-School out early for football game. See Cubs win in good form. 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Nov. 12-Mr. Pearl works puzzle at noon to amazement of confounded Nov. 13-Wintry breezes starting to blow. Millett dons red flannels. Nov. 14-Assembly in gym. P. M. free according to custom. Nov. 17-Provincial, Father Cloud, visits school. Strangely quiet. Nov. 18-Thanksgiving turkeys uneasy. Wojtkowiak electrocuted in physics class. Nov. l9-Two seniors lecture two fresh- men for smoking. QThese fresh freshieslj Nov. 20-Seymour attends second suc- cessive football practice. Admonishes Ganey and Cronin for rough tackling. Nov. 21-Four B tramples and tortures Three C in gym class "suicide" game. Take up football for a change. Nov. 24kCub staff Works long hours doing nothing and therefore accomplishing nothing, as usual. T Nov. 25-First basketball practice. Millett lectures on and demonstrates . Nov. 26-Tick-tack-toe elimination contest begins in jug-room. ' Nov. 27-Wilson completes first physic's experiment. . Nov. 28-"All City C1aney" - "All City Berg." 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Handsome Bill lVlcGrail is lead- ing man. Dec. 12-Cubs look good downing Lin- ,Ml coln Park 24-4 in first home game. I X Dec. 15-Fr. Meskell to hospital. Gridders , Z 5152! A gorge at banquet. Mourn passing of Hughes fjv IQ y Field. ' I v - f . . , f IN f I Dec. 16-Senior council chosen. Sixty- jg f f 61 four seniors cast two hundred votes. 6 SQ, 4 ,- . QW . Z Dec. 17-Wurzer and Moran on time for M . , 6 if . Q- ., chapel. CJust by way of setting a good example -fx for the rest of school.j Aft ly J F' . --P 'Wi post-offices and the like. f - -f " ' fi 11- Dec. 18-Boys spending lots of time in Dec. 19-Happy faces. Dismissal for Christmas holidays at 12:00 M. Funny thing-no books taken home. Dec. 23-Monthly reports sent home. Arrive with Xmas cheer. Vaca- tion absolutely ruined. Dec. 24-Last minute shopping done. Must get a drag with the prof so the next report will look better. Dec. 25-Christmas day. Lucky break. 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Lf rigor .wv..wy""""?'..w:..b4-uufnvunuvag urn-nmqvkv. ur.nnr4.-nn--.mnrfuanuvwav n.'mrN.'wv 1 'nl-unify, ww .Ann mum au- nas min' dHh.'.ETaE'.1'el'l'3TeB'iT3rlI l in 'aah .ul-'g'mnJ4mn'4wm'4lw'4ulw'ilwv'awww umrmw. I ,ad Z ill .lanuary H Jan. l-All students decide to turn over ' ..-- .... 2 ' new leaf for the year. All ' Jan. 5-Monday - Classes resumed - 'W Freshmen display new toys. P. M. free. """""'b Jan. 6-Four B's team takes school court title in last game. k 4 X Jan. 7-Boslooper sounds his "a" for Mr. Y? ygyp f. " Campion. Cheers! I 'X' 3 Jan. 8--Mr. Pearl threatened by fag- x X fiends at noon. Retires calm and unmoved to uf 1 Q if office. x" ' t I , , H 1 I 1' A ear Jan. 9-Basketball team in smashup en- if A BY.. route to Ann Arbor. Team advises bus driver 1 to quit smoking. ' Jan 12-Greek test abandoned. Book-store's lack of paper laid to con- spiracy among Loveley, Mr. Smith, and Greek students. Jan. 13-Ferry receives ticket for no reason at all. CSays Ferryj Com- plimentary ticket. ig 4th Jan. 14-Debaters fail to debate. Jan. 15-Kasper returns to school with :. jaw in sling. Sympathetic students offer taffy, 3-1 X i gum, and chewing tobacco. .X 1 I if Jan. 16-Exam schedule posted. Never- 1' S VW theless Cubs take Cass Tech 16-14 in overtime hriller. D' I'-'aj t '23 . Q Jan. 19-Basketball players take showers fa? -H in co wa er 2' n s fin... l t . 4 ' gg 'li I xr Jan. 20-Wise student amasses fortune c f 2? borrowing pennies. Even a course in racketeer- ' f 'n is offered here. .' Y . -7! 1 2 gif , e ggi... Jan. 21--Cigarette-hounds grow frantic. TW X 7 Storm door. Mr. Pearl undaunted. N -:. ' Ag' Q ' Jan. 22-Cicero given thorough workout in Latin class for final race. 1 P Jan. 23-P. M. free to surprise students. Look doubtful at first, but grasp opportunity. Ai, -K Jan. 26-Mid-year exams begin. Studied wrong things. Too bad. ? Jan. 28-Mr. McEnroe absent. 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M. free. 4 V 5 'f I 255 4. Q- I Feb. 3-Annual retreat begins under di- Qsf NX- rection of Fr. Moore. Phonograph makes ap- pearance in library. No records. 4 1 .4 EQ ff, ffl. Feb. 4--Students make mighty endeavor M W, Me ' l to maintain silence. 1 Feb. 5-Confessions heard. Students re- !!! If , j pent and resolve to reform. K -EA 'fl Feb. 6-Retreat closed. P. M. free. Bos- QE, xgi' 4, looper announces that Fr. Moore never said grxkk ' "ah, or "uh" once in his talks. Very observing js! W lad, this Boozelapper chap. 4 C EIB - , Feb. 9--Seniors introduced to Vergil and :ga Polyphemus amid uprooting of trees and gushing of black gore. Feb. 10-Conditional exams sold at 352.00 each. Find big sale with 5:3 many takers. N' kFeb. ll-Mapyh slgudents reported permanently missing in Greek class. 5 ic erson masters a p a et. in I febi-112-Ejected Greek students take up study of library during final iq perio . ard course, that library. 525 Feb. 13-Friday-'Hi play staged. 'cast ' refuses to be at all superstitious." j Feb. 16-Brett signs life contract with 13'-1' if:-. j Metropolitan Opera Co. L "" fi! 'L 'ff' j b kFeb. 17-Mission collection-everybody X 'F G? m lg ro e. ' I :bfi 01140 :fi Feb. 18-Moore explains fine points of "" " A ""'c' " " 'e A' ""' ggi! golilgei tiemultitude of students. Finds 4, P -- - A - - 5-1 2 9. V' 393 EQ 2 2 Feb. 19-Just a droll, uneventful day. ",g"5,S'5"g'2z"L A, Feb. 20-Freshmen starting to grow. Re- ceive encouragement from Mr. Lennox. fe' 'lv 5 . Feb.. 23-Holiday in honor of provincial's visit. Cub week opens with- i v out warning or ceremony. D 1 Feb. 24-Mr. Daly sick. French class takes vacation. P . . . Feb. 25-Ganey reveals desire to study domestic science. Is elected chief chef for all future picnics. Feb. 26-Fr. Walsh's father dies. Students offer prayers. Feb. 27-Shumaker has article accepted after four "rewrites" , K 9 M Page Seventy-six nv' M W'nE'a'Q".l.'TA.'H'-AUU'EE7A,'TAY4.2.n"Ta.T7.a.'f'.A.3'.A."T'4.'W'.rf3'A'?.Ak'il.?.mi'A.Y4'i'A.TA.i'm'?a.E'1-ATT:'95'W"M'3'-4'W4Er!-159 n.-vzxvaww W- nur ww 'meer far.-twat 5 'tnuv-,Qunaofui New u5r.waem.'Hew.-'a!mr.i.uur.'uv.i'Av.'mU'. owen- -1w!'.wlnlrf.4E, umvuwmw www 'aww mow our Q .mu.-vAa.v.anv- .nn.-r.nn'-4m-.-m.+-1nv.nnv.-mwnn- ms+.nn'mm-.ms-n-.+.mmvmmvmm-mm-mm-.uname - ww -- vw. -4 mp. - aw.-u .au - an -v nav- -nw m- -v nm.-,.--. 'We' w 4 a P G P 4 3 P q 1 4 v 49 ,n 17 ,B lb 1 n 4 all .if if? .59 Fgf hi ,I ill sf? Q25 5 4 Sli ala s'a s'a sit sis ste sta ali S22 ig? Eli eil M iii sf? its 3 Q ala all slz all all all iii 534 tif bil iii ig! rg! 1 5 Q21 E E 3:5 Big egg his :tg 5 i ii -uw..wvAw:-Auufmw-mwqrgwnmv-1.-u-Anrawmflfv.-1. ewuaa'-gan' uwfannfvqmsrmmvffmn-'an.'m1mm'esfs-11 I K mmvmvmvmwmv:aww.a.v.avAsv.aswanc'.ac'Al: Ulm. ing March r Mar. 2-Mr. Smith to hospital. We'll , kill one of them yet. Mar. 3-Cub Week closes with Sl,725. L returns. Mar. 4-Marantette takes school foul- shooting title, coming from behind to win. Mar. 5-Hally, Byrnes, All-City hockey- ists. Millett, All-East Side basketball team. Mar. 6-Boslooper and Moran place fourth and fifth in Interscholastic Latin Contest. , Clf they weren't so dumb they could get first and second.j - Mar. 9-Stamp Club organized. Mem- . bership opened to all loafers. Enrollment grow- . mg. wsu.-Q-4v::'4.wmf4.1mr 'uv mwwmww 4 umm. www. ww Mwuw 1.-mr. i 'ala 4Hb'a3"f3-'0l9B'1Kv'4wm'4mb'm0w'owwv4wn mn I LW.1n.W'.l'T'l.'V1s.v'B'7LW'B."LW'L"l'l"7'.l'V.E X -f-.1-, Z lqixvs NY ?"T,IT' fini 1.555 A . 'fi 3? 93 W f Li i C as-0. Q y I y X 1, 'f il 4 W 1 'H Zi 31 f 4 J '- 1-' ---iii Mar. ll-Mr. Smith resumes classes none the worse for wear. Mar. 12-Hockeyists defeat Denby, 3-O. Place in city play-offs. - Mar. 13-Seniors choose rings. Mr. Weyhing barred from study-hall . for obvious reasons. ' Mar. 16-Willie Wimpus goes to Hades for the first time. school just the same. Mar. 18-Fr. Meskell goes to Chicago for N. C. A. meeting. ' Mar. 19-Annual Irish-World fracas. A Z fl Be y I . ", Sienkiewicz stars for both teams. Mar. 20-Montie buys air-horn for the e Plymouth. Scares freshmen with vociferous Q, fun blasts. I Mar. 21-First day of Spring, when a " I I f fl f L ,Q Q-.5 gf , X f if S if Q 4 4 r1r.Ar1,1nvuari111u11.v.. .nf f'11- " ' af young man's fancy , -iii .-2, ,.5,.- . i. ' "' gi l---""" ' CE LOCUTUON ' 4. Mar. 23-Elocution preliminaries held. Little said, but lots of motions. Mar. 24-Monogram Club holds initia- tion. "Ring the Monogram bell," says Mr. ' Lennox. Mar. 25-Senior Council plans memorial prom. Mar. 26-Call issued for baseball and track. Mar. 27-Freshmen brave March blasts to play handball. -' Mar. 30-Jokers make plans. V4 E23 lgf E45 lg! lil lg! iff Eff 5 cl' 95 Els Eff 42 ip Zgl E32 Eg, 3 4 ill ati Elv lg? lg! 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I 2 - E' April 9-Third quarter exams begin. Two more months of school. Apr. 10-Twelve students caught studying in study hall at noon. ' 5 Apr. 13-"Penobscot" Schafer found tied in knot. Rescuers get kicked in face freeing leg. Apr. 14-Selfridge fliers entertain Greek class with sky antics. Xenophon ditched. Apr. 15-Ganey offers Mr. Campion cigar. He wisely prefers the Jesuit ropes. Apr. 16--Spring fever pervades the at- mosphere. Apr. l7-Assembly in gym where 89 get honors. P. M. free. W April l8-Exemptions in sight for very few- IA A -'Q jf 213 April 20-Wurzer walks a mile for a ll" fqix 'Wy pf W Camel but has to be satisfied with a Chesterfield. A April 22-Boxing exhibition in gym. ml 4- 411 "Beak-buster" Torina goes wild. g ,- l m I Hail L if A . . ..2.:TMf2::f' 1 gig pril 23-Lots of students with black I I, X li, eyes and disfigured faces. ,N Ei April 24-Elocution finals at Veteran's 55553, f building. Favorites win. ' L ' A ' M J' A' Apr. 27-Rector's day-holiday. I P. Apr. 28-Mclntyre, Sharkev and Hayden take short vacation at sub- gestion of Fr. Meskell. April 29-Senior rings arrive. Ganey's has no spokes in it and hub cap is missing. April 30--Freshmen use Ganeysring as hoop. April 31-Pooled you. April has only 30 days. igg 1 I lui Page Seventy-eight ..- it v v v wr -uv .gh ww-..vww+-furrnugw-.uv..unrAvv uv..-r .um s-F1-r -nv. '- . .uv ' -mv uw' ww .ww . ?"-an-wwan-ms:fuvam'-s'5n7dmr.'i'a"in'eifaiv:i I 2" "'7" '7 "!" "'3 ""'9Su7mt- "4" - " - ' -Sniffer time up... ' May May l-Annual articles returned. Mr. 29-More and harder exams. Only June l, and 2, to get over now, ' 1 - and then-vacation. V4 223 lf? Pearl waxes disgustful. f iq un ,' 5 fp May 4-News comes that Cub baseballers Y ft! take Northeastern by big score, 9-1, and Cass I gig Tech 11-4. .. . May 5-Indoor tournament rogressing fy 4 P EQ: rapidly. New umpire every day. , ,137 -:Us Z psf Fl' r?-'QQ lm- SP5 ' Ma 6-Students warned that exams are 'W XX-' . ai Y tit . 'li but a few weeks off. GYM 2 hr .--E. if May 7-Day before the dance. Freder- 71.51 sr I . '-1 icks doubtful about whom to take. E. ,sf ...- hx l,..'T,-" ' May 8-Memorial prom at Statler. Bal- j"'5 -"":.".1.C, loons didn't last long, or confetti either. "E" I d May 9-Seniors sleep late, recovering from ill-effects of previous night's ,ft ancing. 3 4 May ll-Successful prom yields 8250. for memorial in new school. lg: May 12-Daily communions increase as exams draw near. May 13-Yearbook goes to press after many delays. 41' . yi May 14-Ascension day. 4,7 May 15-Fish day in lunch-room. Rush on peanut-butter sandwiches. Sli ---- May 18-sd1dd1 iddidng forward' to 41+ p Q ,ff year book. Handball tournament well under- way. ai: f E35 ff May 19-Feverish work being done in last lab period by Wilson. Attempts to com- lg, plete 24 experiments. I Q 533 "' N May 20-Monogram Club holds field day ' , J at Belle Isle. Work up appetite for banquet that 4 v evening. H V, . W ' ,ftQ XXix May 21-Twenty days left before seniors 354 f 7 commence to graduate. The Annual appears. 1 P ' X ' .. - ". I li ' c --'ji I May 22-Word comes that exemptions ggi l f 1 will be extremely few and painfully far between. May 25-Schedule for linal exams posted. Many boys fall in their tracks. 5.4 y . . . it May 26-Students begin last minute reviews. P l May 27-Ember day. No meat, and at a time like this! May 28-First days of exams. Lucky boys who were exempted! g. E 4 May '. Q 4 g. M ,mu- Page Seventy-nine 'T' F -auupsvfuvmw.-,'ur..v'4'ur4.u'.g.v4.1wa.'lnv..'U.aw..v."i'..1'..'1'.av4'va. ..w'..'Iu."lr',.vU'nlr.'w'.vvm'qs-.s.wva.mv.a'uv.uruwumr 9f'W' . 5 3' ?.'W,?.l'.'?'. 3 .'Ka .'1'.Q-Y'.?.3'..'l.?'.i.i'.2".1.Q' l'.Y,'T'.ixi Q0 ii A if lv RFQ? -1a'l'i"'.l1'l.'Yl.'!'.E1Yl.'Il'l"Y',i'l"'.l".l.'.l4 lv LW' lkl 'lil' L 'fbi W2 'ZW' 'U ANU " Alllr 1? 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