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

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ADMINISTRATION pirate fd' -' 'PV3' -au-pr' Nw... in-5 '-v rf' FR THOMAS J BAIN SJ prmcxpal FR ROBERT J MCAULEY S J FR JAMES A MOHLER SJ assxstant prmcxpal prefect of dxsclplme supermtendent of bulldmgs and grounds RELIGIO FR GERALDA FITZGIBBOXS SJ student counselor FR PATRICK L NICI AUGHLIN SJ mstructor in second year Religion director of the Apostleshlp of Prayer mission procurator student counselor FR PHILIPT MOONEY SJ instructor in second and third year Religion moderator of the Sophomore Sodallty student counselor FR EDWARD-I O RANE S J instructor in second and fourth year Re- ligion student counselor. FR. FRANCIS D. RABALT SJ. lnstructor in third and fourth year Religion, moderator of the Junior and Senior So- dalities, Senior Retreats, student counselor. FR. JOHN C. RLED, S.-I., instructor in fourth year Religion, student counselor. HISTORY MR JANIESH GARGIN mstructor m fnrst and fourth year Hxstory and Typmg MR ROBERTE LARRIN SJ mstructor m irst year Enghsh and Hlstory moderator of the Advertlsmg Gulld mod erator of the Cheerleaders MR WILLIAM R 'VIADIGAN mstructor m second year HISIOIY and fourth year Soclology MR JOHNW WITEK SJ mstructor ln flrst year Hlstory moderator of Freshman Debatxng and asslstant mod erator of the Harlequms MAINTENANCE BRO JEROME B KREINER SJ BR0 CLAYTQN MORELL SJ BRO FRANCIS N ROEHRIG SJ advlser to the refectory staff asslstant supermtendent of buxldmgs asslstant supermtendem of buildings and grounds, adviser to the refectory and grounds staff -S1 11 ,, iw- - ' M 3- , 4: ' . I . . , -,XL-A, -1 ., : 5 . I l -.,Q. ,. U. f - 1 ' . . A 7 1 1, ! , - .,wf',gf.,W R MJT" , ' ' . . I , V - - 1 ' 'Q J l ' , 7 . ., . , , . ., - ' J ' E GLISH FR JANIES E FARRELL SI mstructor ln fourth year English and Rell glon moderator of the Mothers Club MR JOHN T DILLON SJ mstructor ln fourth year Enghsh assrstant moderator of the Semor Sodahty dlrector of the Book Store staff MR EUGENE R KOTZ SJ mstructor 1n first year Enghsh assxstant moderator of school athletlcs moderator of the Bowhng Team and the Techmca' Crew MR J PETER CARFY SJ mstructor ln second and thlrd year Engllsh moderator of the Cub News NIR E 'XIICHAEL 'NICCLARNON SJ mstructor ln second year Enghsh assxstant moderator of the Sophomore Sodahtx Sw1mmmg coach f 'WW QJQQWMJ NIR JOHN P XICGLIRE SJ mstructor rn second xcar Hrstorx and thxrd year Enghsh moderator of the Cub An nual ATHLETICS gk. in-'K fa PEECH NIR JOHN J TENBLSCH mstructor ln frrst and second year Enghsh coach of the Cross Country and Track Teams NIRS ROBERT NI TIERNAIN hbrarlan NIR ROBERT M TIERNAN lnstructor m Commerclal Law and Physical Educauon Varslty Football coach dlrec tor of school athletlcs MR RALPH E OWEN LIBRARIAN QW! Instructor m second year Hlstory and Phys 1cal Educatlon Varslty Basketball Base ball and Tenms coach FR SANILEL F LISTERNIANIIN S J lnstructor ln Speech moderator of the ar Slty Debaters and the International Club dlrector of the Harlegums and Speech Fes tna MR PATRICK G music dlrector HEX DERSOY 'C' MUSIC 1 ,Q 23- '.w1P1,vE'f ' ' "f-:Q ' an , . .. Pm. . . . . . - , ' ,, 7 af. , V Y Q A . . . I , A . - 1 7 jI',-1' ' Y Y - A W . . 4 , . . , . 1 r 3 ' , . . - . . L , . .I , x - . P . Y ,, if A y X v I . . A I , AN UAGE lf FR LOLIS NI BRA-XT! SJ 1n tructor m nrt year Latm R6llSZlOl'l and Speech moderator ot Fre hman Football FR P-XLLE BREWER SJ lnstructor 1n fxrt and second year French moderator of the French Club FR JOHN G HENRY SJ mstructor ln f1rst year Latm Rclxglon and Speech moderator of the Acolytes FR LESLIE NI HLTTINGER SJ 1nstructor m flrst year Latm Rellgxon and Speech moderator of the Freshman Sodalxtx FR XX ILLI-XXI F SLHNIOLDT SJ lnstructor m nrt year Latm Relxgxon and Speech mstructor 1n second year Latm moderator ol chool 3lhlLllC moderator of the Monop.ram Club IR CJFORGI O SLHV. XI Xl lil R SJ 1n tructor xn econd mar latin Golf coach FR GERALD F SNIOLA SJ mstructor m frrst year Latm Rehgxon and Speech moderator of the Alumni Assocla tion XIR J LEO 1cLL1x SJ mstructor m fourth xear Latm moderator of the Bellarmme Academy Awe it -- Q sf gms. ,Rm -Rs.. 'Wu MR. JOHN A. ROHR SJ. mstructor m second and thlrd year Latm assistant moderator of the Junior Sodality and of Debatmg. NIR. HOW ARD B. SCHAI RER S.-I. mstructor ln nrst year French and first and second year Greek assistant moderator of the Dads Club. SCIENCE FR. RAYMOND J. FEUERSTEIN, s.J., instructor in Chemistry, moderator of Jets, director of the K,B,S. FR JOSEPH B GESING SJ mstructor m Phystcs mstructor ln thlrd and fourth year Mathematics instructor tn third year Rehglon moderator of the Student Senate staff MATHEMATICS Air. 'X Ra, MR JAMES F LOTZE S J instructor rn Chemtstry and Blology mod erator of the Band adviser to the cafeterla MR HERBERT J STEPANIAK mstructor ur PhySlC5 moderator of the Physlcs Club FR ROBERTL GOODENOXX SJ rn tructor ID thlrd xtar Vlathematlc NIR XX ILLIANI E HERNIAN SJ mstructor 1n first year Mathematlcs assls tant moderator of the Freshman Sodallty director of the Audio Visual Ard X0 K., NIR DON -XLD In GL LOCK m tructor ID ccond and Iourth year Math CITIZIUCS f"'-JF' NIR Jovi HJ Jaxux ID tructor 1n tirst year Mathematlcs MR. ROBERT V. STACKABLE ingtructor in -econd and third year Mathc- matics. .ig MOM ' 25th GALA ITE Mothers eliminate the middle man SUCCESS GF '60 A mother soon finds out, when she sends her son to U of D, that packing lunches and helping with home- work are only a small part of her job. As a matter of fact, through the Mothers' Club she becomes an important part of the life and progress, not only of her own son but also of the entire school. At the monthly meetings of the Mothers' Club, she is given an opportunity to confer with her son's teachers on his development in the various phases of school life Through these conferences, both mother and teacher can gain valuable insights for their common work of turning boys into men. Through this organization the mother learns first-hand the problems and plans of the school as a wholeg and, what is more, she is in a position to do something about them. The Father Lord Theater, the school P.A. system, a scholarship program as well as numerous other valuable school improvements, can be traced back to the Mothers Club Gala Night, a family dance in February has tra ditionally been the mothers contribution to U of D s soclal life This year, as in years past, Fr Farrell, SJ , served as faculty advisor to the Mothers Club Serving as this year s president was Mrs Grifiin Mothers Club officers fseatedl to fl Nirs XX Vkeitzel second xice pre ident Wir G Griffin pre idtnt 'Sir E Stcngcr Corre pondlng tcretarx 'Sir VS Cotcllt rec rdlni. stcrttarx bland mg Wir F Petersmarl. trca urer Fr Farrell SJ 'Sir J Tomlin cn financial tcretarx Nlr R Brennan nrst xlce president J u 1 - .. , . . , . , . . , . . , I , . '. - Q. Q Q . s' ' 5, s. . ", 5 ' sl ':. s. '. 's' r, o " " A 2 - 1. s. . ', s 5 . , , 5- s. . sm ' sr jg. s. . , . ' - , THEIR BE T FOR THE BUYS A good education requires more than the right books. It requires the close cooperation of teachers, parents, and students. Both the parents and the teacher are hampered in their efforts to give the student the best pos- sible education when they do not have a close bond of cooperation. Quite often the chances for such cooperation are limited because the teacher and parent do not get a chance to get together. The L' of D High Dads' Club makes sure that this does not happen here. The Dads' Club does this in many ways-first of all by the regular meetings where teachers and Dads get a chance to get together in an informal and relaxed atmos- phere and compare notes. The Dads, Club helps insure close contact between faculty and parents by special events meetings such as the annual Freshman Night where father and son have a chance to spend an evening together, along with meeting other fathers and sons and the boys' teachers. Freshman Night is followed soon by Meet the Faculty Night where the Dads go through a regular class day in miniature along with their sons, ending with a rally in the gym. Each year the Dads' Club sponsors a Career Day which features a survey of the various professions where Dads and sons can hear and question experts in many fields. Thirdly the Dads' Club is behind the annual Expan- sion and Scholarship Drive staged in the spring. The new gymnasium and the addition to the faculty house and many other additions and improvements along with many scholar- ships have been made possible by the Dads' Club. Fr. Dosch, S.J., confers with officers of Dads' Club: fl. to r.J John A. Theisen, Secretaryg John J. Flaherty, Treasurerp Fr. Dosch, S.J.g F. K. "Buck" Francis, President, and John J. Raymond, Vice-president. Top row: Cl. to r.7 J. Boyle, S. Doll, E. Stenger, G. Griftin, T. McCarthy, W. Weitzel, J. Kenny, J. Sullivan, J. Sullivan. Middle row: L. Zisbie, A. Cronin, C. Pelletier, L. Lindeman, W. Sweeney, P. Carroll, W. McGrail, G. Clark, W. Korth, W. Cooney, G. Petersmarck. Bottom row: J. Theisen, J. Vieson, Fr. Dosch, S.J., F. Francis, J. Raymond, J. Flaharty. 19 --vom.. ,..,..p.a nm. A FRE HM The Fre hman truffffle throuth the ma ne doorb and a cends the three Ill ht or cold red pam h t1le A e vsandere dovxn the hall lOUl'xlnV' tor h1 cla room the Fre h man real1zes that tht chool mll he dmerent trom any thmg that he ha expertenced betore and he tx not dm appomted The Black rohed teacher are dlftcrent they 1 ume that he 15 here to learn and they fladlx accomodate htm The Qubjects they teach are ness to htm Throuffh ht be mldered eyes lt appearb that the Hood or homework mll drown h1m He soon learne thtt there are Qchool rulee and penalttes for dlS0lJCylI1" them But the Frexhman llndu a ffreit help tn thls tranqltlon perlod 1n the abundant Qptrltual nd offered h1m He attendb dallw Hass confers pmately wlth a competent under standmg student counselor he can find a S8llSfWlI1g new way of l1fe ln the Qodalxty A year of hard work has reehaped htm and by June he is ready to ady ance mto the Sophomore year Top Row Cl to rj D Hallahan I NIcFecly NI SZNdlOHblx1 R larabtll IL G1 t T Ohhta T Dmgo J Nxvxa E Llge lu Ix Ixolaia R Glenn R GOlE'l'DlD1CXXClx1 Nhddle Ron P Faucher G Schell R Wlachenztt D Qlaornra D Qtltorx N1 Bla zczalx 'NI Iapchak J Pomann T Faler T Samul C N1cCarthy R Rudla Bottom Ron D Smxlu T Bechtel S kos alcovt L1 R Ixonalxln 'NI 4 rtnr 'I R tt R Scupm R Groff B Dodxlx B Broun 'NI Xcnttcm ut SQ? t 'q .. ,- . 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Bcllan J Home VS Rm QZ D kelly R i 'Q ur 0 , 0 I Xz ,1 thx 7 0 560 A FROSH ENGLISH leQ on mth Greek mfluence gn en bx 'NIR TENBLSH teacher ot Enghsh keeps hlb top notch WI' KOIZ S J soph claQs mth nose to the grmdstone YV i....i A SOPHS MAKE MOST of short trme for exchange of classes FR LISTERMAXN SJ pomts out the Eye Vbs of a good speech A SOPHOMORE The Sophomore bs now knows why he IS attendmg thrs school He has learned to work and work efnclently Although he IS acqualnted wrth the patterns of the school thxs year presents many new challenges to hlm Some of the subjects and teachers change and all of them become a llttle more demandmg He has potentxal and the teachers w1ll com ert thls potentlal mto achlexement Thls year IS a tlme of growth of Cl,llllX3t1I1g hrs 1n terests He has taken root and begms to branch out mto the many extra currrcular sportmg and socral actlutles In these, he learns responslblhty not only to hrs teachers but also to hrs fellow students He finds that there rs a new world after school a world that can make hls llfe at school much more enjoyable and profitable And as he cultnates new relat1onsh1ps the one between God and hunself grows stronger 1n the fertrle ground at L of D June rolls around agaln the Sophomore chooses hls sub jects for the next year and prepares to step across the half way mark Top Row Cl to rb R Tatus J Bru h F Schuck I Deloge T Rod er J Walker 'NI Nlucllcr R Rosenberg D Soules -X Gu 1k H kleffer 'Vhddle Row T Wulrf D NIcCarthx R Bradlex J Log don R XX1lk1c T Nlurphx R Z hmm N Osmskr In Paddock G Pots ant L Robert on G Elckmuer Bottom Row D Mlller T Coxne -X Brc lrn R Glaser N1 hxrano I- Jordon XX Nladrgan J Dryp R Jakarx J Curran J 'VIcCorm1ck , fi' . . . . v ' l , V. 7 . . . .7 y . - . .Y.. . 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' ', ' -s I' ': .. .- -, . 5 -, .. .'-. . f-..,,Q: ",IJ. , . ' S", . ' , . ' . X '. . ' " . Ss. .. ' ' 'Z . ,.. ' ,'. " " '5, .':1" ', . ."-- 1 Us - l 1' ' rv 4 I - 'v Y- I 1 . ""'. . H i If It I 'a 3' , , IQ ' 'I . I V i I 1 ' 1 .5 A 'K -V 5 'I 1 Q W I ' r 5' ,jiirf 4 4 V 'fi I I A A ' ' I , . . Q ' ' I - ' . - . 1 . . I ' 1 V XS xg l V h I l N A I ' 'w - - ' ' " ' ' . .1 ' fy , . s A... . ' 1 .1 ., . Q n INS ' X , in 1 " I ' . 4 U. ' ,TJ . I .. . A Top row: ll. to r.j R. Ulvelinlz. T. Kosteckc, P. Spellicy, J. Raymond. J. Farrell, M. Nolan, L. Huber, D. Chaivre. H. Crowe, C. Fellrath, F. Mcrcurio, D, Hanson. R. Wesolowski a aim. . Bennets, W. Czarmcki, K. Bolterstein. T. Rodeheficr, F. Zinn, A 3D Middle Row: D. R h ' P Kerschen, D. Borus. T. Hicke, E. Lesinski, R. Sanderson. R. Czarnota. T. Mally Bottom Row: E. X'anHoey. R. Docrr, D. Gill, J. Powers, J. Donahue, S. Bobbio, M. Heslip, R. Piotrowski, E. Maurer, J. Louiscll, P. Dueweke JU IOR Top Row: QI. to r.l D. Kennedy, G. Perkins, S, Zelazny, O. Brandt. H. Jewell, T. Sullivan, J. Sullivan. R. Darke. R. Carlfon, M, Buceiero, F, Pierce. K. Monroe. E. Morales Middle Row: J. Couzens, P. Stevens. .-X. Snow, T. York, H. Baker, K, Badalament. P. Ronan, M. Sweeney. J, Mierzwa. I.. Stefan, T. Rzepka. J. Morrow Bottom Row: R. Young. J. Rahaim, J. Partlan, D. Szymanfki, J. BroSseau, M. Gage, M. Gara- valizi, D. Urlandoni, G. Gt-ran, E. Mason, D. Adams. . i Twp Run tl to rj XX Ixmltck 'NI OP1cla XX Ihngtmdn A Sutttr NI Ildlltn C1 Irxbx 'Nlllllnn D Dltklnsun Linus X jdkubmxskl j Lonntll I furnck T 'NIc'NIa Nllddlt Row J 'Nlchirthx IL Illugokm lu R Nlficlnm R fhxxton IJ X I I I ltutzm j Hu VN Hants 5 BaLdun.1s 'NI Lxons T OConnor Bottom Row VK Hasu VK Dxluorth L Snrlng C. Pelletlcr R Dchullu VN Canto P Nlularom nus J Xeenan B Obuchow kr G Bou CIC "J UST THINK only typical junior. two periods left' remarks a "' s 6 X31 0 y ,N4 ...J Q 5 W0 nga PR GOOIJILNOW SJ looks our Rxck hggtrs solu tlon to an adxanccd algtbra problem, ACTIVITIES The Debate Gavel, a Sheet of Band Music-are not sufficientg for no one symbol could contain a complete representation of the challenges, advantages, joys, ac- complishments offered by the many activities here at U of D High. 'C ! 3v'4l il, - I1 , 'AD ui :TTL fn.-1. hi'-41 N ff W' W hlsi' ,.,, LN. ' . SENIOR SODALITY OFFICERS pos for Cub camera. They are fl. to r.j H. Benjamin. secretaryg M. Griffin. vice-presidentg J. Filiatrault, prefect A. Dulemba. treasurerg Mr. Dillon. SJ.. moderator. 04 W n :tiff -Mn THIS YEARS SENIOR SODALISTS are: last row fl. to r.l T. Miller. T. Haule. G. I.t-nartowicz. J. Yieson. S McGratty C. XVider. W. Knepfie. J. Chmielak. C Hengstebeck, W. Wt-itzel I.. Berling second row. T. O'Rourke. IJ. Lamont. T. Reiss. R Sodalists Spearhead Catholic Action 40 Gieleghem, H. Charbeneau, G, Wright, W. McGough, J. Chesterg , first row. T. Twomey, M. Heffernan. S. Petix. T. Kulick. I.. . Zgliniec, E, Iioetsch. j. Kenny. C. Tomoff. Every Wednesday afternoon from 3:10 to 3:45. as I' of Us Sodality meets. all other school activi- ties from sports to jug cease. This is just one indi- cation of the important place the Sodality holds in the scheme of things at L' of IJ. Briefly dehned. the Sodality is a group of men following a way of life designed to bring them and those about them a little closer to God. This way of life entails certain daily practices such as Mass. Communion. rosary and meditation as well as fre- quent confession and conferences with a spiritual advisor. The Socialist is also expected to do his best in his studies and to take an active part in other school activities. mmf 'K YI I .. .v......-Q . :mln-... al!! " ,,', . , I U i: fiik-iii z ' , iw - X , . , , i.a.nQr,4Qf?n,fwrinuw V .14 .M , . -, '25 ' S sz-4314?-f-4 f ,,S6f?57if".i'4FxJ HZWf'51"""' - Ai' - 'r . g ', 'x ' Af is x I ' 3 I, J - 6 'K E" Y-5 J I V 1' ,-if ' ' Q . f . AG . ' 1 4 i ' . 5 . , K 1 f ff 5. ,g f , 1' ' 4 A I , - A fy, 1 ,L 4' 4, , , f f 9 iNN.v?,,,1L I ,xl pi , W ' 5 2, I 'fx P fi' ' 14: I 3, 5 af' 1. -A ' 'A ,w W, A V , W. . 2. I JUNIOR SODALITY POSES FOR the Cub cameras. They are: last row Cl. to r.J, R. Magill, J. Sark, J. Mierzwa, R. Hicke, R. Ajluni, D. Smith, T. Kreil, R. Sawyer, A. Snow, T. Karlowski, R Scherock, J. Brenner, second row, R. Darke, R. Ustick, A. Sutter, T. Hicks, M. Parks, A. Kuras, L. Green, C. Zonca, J. Partlang flrst row, F. Kirschenheiter, R. Kovac, J. Louisell, T. Weitchy, I. Meyers, W. Czarnecki, D. Stella, R. Stout, Mr. Rohr, SJ., moderator. "HOW' D0 I KNOW what size she takc's?" exclaims Louisuile to Chester 61.9 and Benjamin. REPAIRING TOYS to be zivcn to the poor at Christmas are fl. to r.J: R. Stout, T. Kulick. C. Zonca. MR. MCCLARNON, S.J,, AND FR. MOONEY, SJ.. LEAD A SOPHOMORE SODALITY FORUM, In his third year, the Sodalist finds himself con- fronted with many new responsibilities. Here, after two year's experience he is expected to Work actively in applying the Sodality's principles in school, at home, and in the community. With these added responsibilities, however, come new privileges. Junior Sodalists are allowed to run their own meet- ings and plan their own programs for bettering themselves and their neighbors. Taking advantages of this, the junior Sodalists with their moderator Mr. Rohr S. J. invited prominent men to speak at their meetings on various topics of Sodality interest, participated in a close retreat at Manresa, and fostered a tutoring program for underclassmen. SOPH SODALISTS SIT SILENTLY for the Cub camera. They are last row Cl. to r.J: K. Karam, N. Osinski, M. Doll, H. Burgess, G. Paddock, P. Calligaro, T. Gallagher, D. McCarthy, A. Ugolnik, L. Kool. Second row: A. Babcock W. Stacey, P. McCormick, M, Dziadziola, J. Welling, R. Lord. T. Rodgers, T. Budny, D. Sparer, T. Coyne. First row: D. Ustick, F. Sikorski, J. Deloge, R. Hurlbert, W. Jeremiah, R. Zgliniec, Fr. Mooney, SJ., moderator. O SODALISTS OF ALL FOUR YEARS ASSEMBLE GOODS FOR THE NEFDX DURING CHRISTM AS X ACATION The fourth year of Sodality membership is meant to prepare the Sodalist for carrying on the Sodalists ideals and practices when he leaves high school. A four day retreat at Oxley as well as numerous conferences and discussions strengthen him spiritually. In his work toward helping his neighbor, he is given a greater part in projects on a community basis rather than on a mere school level. Among such Senior projects this year were a city wide Sodality Day in October, a Boy's Sodality Day in the Spring. and a Sodality Dance in April. In addition to these, under the supervision of moderators. Fr. Rabaut, SJ.. and Mr. Dillon. S.j.. the Sodality sponsored a Christmas program for needy families and a cripples Mass for shut-ins. This basically is the Sodality. A way of life making spiritual men of boys, while helping them use their talents to better their neighbor. their school and their community. In these and many less obvious ways the Sodality this year proved itself a real asset to L' of D. FATHER HUTTINGER. SJ. POINTS OUT to freshman candidates the seven daily practices of the Sodality way of life. 44 DISCUSSION COMES FAST and furiously with hands fiying up when a controversial topic comes before the Senate at a Monday meeting in the Little Theater. Student Senate Scores Successes SENATORS usher in students for rally. The most powerful student organization at I' of D High is the Student Senate. It serves as a liaison for ideas between the various classes, the student body, and the faculty, and between the student body and other schools. The Senate's work, however, does not stop with being a sounding board for ideas and opinions. Part of its job is to take what is useful from the many suggestions it re- ceives and put them in effect around the school. Along these lines the Senate sponsors many student activities. The Senatels financial aid is of great help to many of the school's extra-curriculars and is responsible for many of the improvements made around the school. In these and many other ways the students benefit from the work of the Student Senate at U. of D. High. Leaders in the Senate this year include jim Filiatrault as president, Ed Christie as vice-presi- dent, George Wright as secretary, Jack Coury as treasurer, and joe Reck as sergeant-at-arms. STUDENT SENATE OFFICERS pose in the Little Theatre where the entire Senate meets on Mondays. They are Cl. to r.D: J. Coury, E. Christie, J. Filiatrault, G. Wright, J. Reck. 5 40? Debaters Down TOP First Affirmative. T. Malleis. BOTTOM: Second Affirmative, A. Dulemba. For the Cub debaters, this years schedule opened on a discussion basis with other high schools throughout the city. The subject of labor regulation was controversial and so led to interesting sessions. The discussion season finished with a panel discus- sion at Colombiere College. The debaters prepared to defend and attack the national debate topic. Resolved: That the Federal Government Should Substantially Increase Its Regulation of Labor Unions. The debating season got into full swing when the varsity team. coached by Fr. Listermann. Sul.. and Mr. Rohr, SJ.. attended the St. Ignatius Invi- Opponents TOP: First Negative, D. Stella. BOTTOM: Second Negative, R. Sawyer tc-.tional Debate Tournament in Cleveland. where the debaters swept six out of six debates by win- ning the first place trophy. Over the Thanksgiving weekend the debaters suffered a set back in the Edmund Campion Invi- tational Debate Tournament held at the University of Detroit. The debaters carefully analyzed the weak points in their cases and confirmed their positions as they entered the Metropolitan League Competition. The hard work paid off as the varsity debate-rs -Art Dulemba and Tom Malleis. Affirmative. and Dan Stella and Bob Sawyer. Negative-along with SPECTATORS LOOK ON WITH INTEREST AT A DEBATE IX PROGRESS. ' an 3 . U X.-. l I z ii f - a . W .. 2 I ' l s 5, it l 1 , . 3 i Z . 105: 1' .4 i lt 44 l 5: a strong reserve squad-jim Howarth and Tom Reiss, Affirmative, and Larry Green and Bill Check, Negative-took 26 out of 36 points in the Metro- politan League which qualified them for the state tournament and won for them the second place trophy. As the second quarter came to a close the fresh- man-sophomore teams coached by Father Lister- mann, S.-I., and Mr. Witek, SJ., attended the first meetings of the St. Thomas More Forum. The de- bating year ended late in the third quarter with the annual intramural tournament. the tournament topping off another successful year. FOUR JUNIOR DEBATERS give full attention to Mr. Rohr, SJ., as he points out the flaws in the debate they have just completed. RESERVE DEBATERS this year are: standing tl. to r,J. L. Green. YK. Check. R. Magill, J. Howarthg sitting. T. Reiss, A. Jablonowski. LARRY GREEN trifzhtl delivers his case while the opposing team tforegroundb looks on. MR. WITEK, SJ., IRONS OUT a few points with sophomore debatcrs. XXX X and Mclieown PTAIN Macl.IiAN. Tom jones of -QB. gives his botan- MIKE HEI-'FI-QRXAX, the furploving Sergeant Gregoyich. pt-cimt-n the once-over. comes to attention. 4" 1 Harlequins - 'Teahouse of the August Moon" At the words Tfalioirsc off the .-lugust .lI00n, students from lf of IJ High along with many people throughout the city think of only one thing -lthe 1OoO Harlequin production. The final pro- duction was a fitting monument and a fine culmin- ation to the time and effort expended for the play. Oyer forty students from all four years auditioned for parts as the first step got under way in early February. lfr. Samuel F. Listermann. and his assistant. Mr. john W. Witek. announced the cast after a week of grueling tryouts. The play itself was set in the japanese town of Tobiki and tells the story of its unorthodox rehabil- itation. Nlike llclieown took the part of Sakini. Okinawan interpreter. Ed Christie portrayed the ambitious American colonel in charge of opera- tions: his aide was played by Mike Heffernan. Art Dulemba was the resourceful Captain Fisby who put Tobiki on the map. The part of the psychia- trist was taken by Tom jones. The cast and the stage crew. headed by Harry Benjamin. had plenty of work to do, The cast members had their parts to memorize and perfect. The stage crew had scenery to build and props to ready along with making preparations for Lady Aster-the goat, Un April 29. 50, and 31. after two and one- half months of hard work the Harlequins staged their play before capacity crowds, turning in a truly excellent and memorable performance. SURROUNIJIXG THL NIOT L'XL'SL'.-XL cast member arc l to rf Sankiewicz. Kulick L X Agtqy' 'g031V, BYLAYD. Xcii lC1'l t ART IJIQLIEMBA TAKES THIQ PART of thc dclcrmincrl ED CHRISTIE, thc hard-boiled Cf1lrfnclXY:1inwriL1ht Purd5 but ill-fated Captain Fi5by. pages through Plan B. THE FRIENDLY YILLAGERS stand frozen before the stranglc American camera, MIKE MCKEOWN DISPLAYS his versatility in the lead role of Sal-cini. Finalists:Top Row tl. to r.5 D. Stella, D, Chobot, R, Sawyer. Bottom ROWS T. Reiss, S4 Rygiel, A' Dulembal K- Baldwin, W- MCG0ugh Middle Row: J. Carlin, W. Jeremiah, E. Sikorski. T- Grady, J- Logsdon, .l- GCOFEG H- Benjamin- SPEECH CONTEST WINNERS STAND: Cl. to r.J William Jeremiah, James George. Daniel Stella, and Jack Logsdon. JACK LOGSDON shows the form that won him a first place medal. 50 Sophotnores Dominate Finals With the rise of radio and tele- vision in the last ten years, the art of public speaking has be- come more and more important each year. Certainly it has be- come an important part of any high-school curriculum. In view of this. for some thirty years now. L' of D has provided its public speakers with an ex- cellent training ground in its an- nual lntrarnural Speech Contest. ln this years competition. held before a joint meetin! of the Mothers and ljatlsi Clubs. sixteen tinalists in four divisions vied for honors. limeruing as winners in the 1960 contest were Jack Lois' don. '62, in Oratorical Declama- tion. William Jeremiah. 62. in Interpretative Reading. Ilaniel Stella. '61. in Original Oratory. and James George. '62. in Hu- merous Reading. Bellarmine Builds Cultural Interest Such questions as "What's the latest play in town?" and 'Whats going on at the Art Institute this week-end??' have fast been tak- ing their places beside sports and girls as important topics of conversation at U of D High. The reason? A new school activity called the Bellarmine Academy. Founded and directed by Mr. Leo Klein, SJ., the purpose of the Academy is to arouse interest among the seniors and juniors in the fine arts. At its weekly meetings prominent authorities speak on every field of man's cul- tural heritage from painting to music and back again to drama. The Academy also sponsors student attendance at reduced rates at the prominent stage plays and symphonies that are playing in Detroit. In its first two years of existence, the Bellarmine Academy has won the active sup- port of much of the student body. If this initial success is any indication, the Academy promises to take a prominent place among U of D's intellectual activities. THE OFFICERS OF BELLARMINE are the men behind much of the organization's success this year. They are Csitting, 1. to r.D: T. Kulick, secretary- treasurerg M. Heffernan, presidentg M. Parks, vice- presidentg T. Jones, publicity manager. Standing is Mr. Klein, SJ., the moderator. BELLARMINE ACADEMY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Standing Ajluni C Tomoff W Alderisxo C Shreve Sitting R Gieleghem J tl to rj H, Benjamin, C. Costello, R. Rassel, M. Kelly K Babl P Raymond H Gstalder D La Rochelle R Gahill , . 1 J THE MEN BEHIND THE YEARBOOK. this year's editors, are tl. to rj H. Benjamin, J. Wiater, W. Weitzel, W. Yiviano Mr. McGuire, SJ., moderator, C. Schewe, D. Henry, R. Kovac T. O'Rourke. SOME INDIANS WHO HELP the chiefs are Cl. to r.J W McGough, W. Bridenstine, R. Sawyer, A. Kotwicki, Mr. Mc- Guire, SJ., D. Stella. Cub Gets New Look When you get to the top, there is only one place to go and that is down. And though this problem is not among the many that face the Cub Annual now, it may well be one in coming years. The upward trend the book has been taking in the past few years has been continued by the introduction of color for the first time in the '60 Cub. Partly responsible for the continued im- provements this year are the co-editors. Terry O'Rourke and Bill Yiviano. The underclass and activities sections of the book were handled by Harry Benjamin and Bob Kovac. while jerry Wiater and Bill Weitzel directed sports. Chuck Schewe wound up the book with the scrapbook. and Al Kotwicki took charge uf the photography. The man behind the work was Mr. McGuire. who :ave a little push where needed and a little pat on the back when earned. With the new color and the same old work. the staff put out one more year- book in the old traditionibut with enough newness to make it more than a copy of those of other years. 52 HARD AT WORK, annual staffers fl. to rj, T. Gallagher, C. Zonca. W Cooney, T. Storen, pitch in to meet one of the many deadlines. CUB NEWS EDITORS seal up the package containing the paper set to go to the printer. They are tl. to r.D J. Kenny, M. Griffin, J. Mierzwa, Mr. Carey, SJ., moderator, H. Charbeneau, T. Dingell. The Cub .Yews staff has much to be proud of as the year draws to a close. First of all there is the paper itself-a distinctive six-to-sixteen page magazine-style presentation. carefully designed and proportioned to ,fzive full coverage clearly and accurately to the many activities which took place during the year. Under the direction of Mr. Carey, S.-I.. the newsmen turned out regularly every three weeks the story of the school in an interesting and informative presentation. The Cub News received recognition everywhere for its beauty of style and clarity of thought and added many new awards to its collection. In the long hours of work and effort, the newsmen not only put out a newspaper of high qualityg but they developed skill in the field of journalism which will aid them wherever they go and whatever they do. The staff developed a spirit of group cooperation. well exemplihed by their paper, which will be of great value in the future. othing Noteable ot In Cub News NEWS WRITERS hard at it. They are tl. to r.J J. Mulligan, M. Parks, T. Anglewicz. DICK HICKE PONDERS over a story in the think- able silence of the library. , 151 i I Qtr' - 2' J' 3 gf: r V- in 5 'Y ' . , 4' 5, A, x 'x ARK , - 9 , 'lf S . .1 t um ij' I y ' ' 4 X .1 7, '. -v . 3- 1 ' I' 7' fr 1 - ,f XY X v 5 Q ' Q ' rf ' 2 ' + ' ,FX 33 Q J Q u n Qs -Q , '., 5 ' 'Y f wfff., 3.3 24 L x- x 1 N-1 '1 V 1 g li 1 I ' I if -fl: f X? ' - 4. f' - 4 mf - Xfxp, '.' 1. ' -5 L g b , 1, XY-,ffm Qi A riff 'S . 7 -1 ' K '- f I E " If df X , - - FX 5'-f. .2 V! F N lg' NIR HENDERSON STLDIES mu lcal core a he dlrect the band at rehear al the st1rr1ng muslc and lnely marching of years before Inutatlons to perform ln parades and other fCStlVlt1BS arrived from all over the clty lNot only d1d the Band provlde sc1nt1llat1on, rousing sounds for rallles and games lt also played the muslc of the great classlcal artlsts ln the annual concerts The Band gave much to 1lS members ln muslcal skill and appreclatlon, and much to L of D Hlgh 1n Splflt and sound In return the Band recened recognltlon far and near but especlally the prxde that comes from a. Job well done And At The Concert TRLMPET SECTION blares out mth melodlou accent AFTER A GRUELING HALF TIME SHOVK our mu IC men take a well desert ed re t TWO BANIDMENI concentrate on their muslc durmg a half trme show at U of D Hxgh Fleld , , ,' -' ' s' s 5 ' s S . ,g . . . .V . , fy, a - Y a 7 . . . , . Y Wil 5 A L . . . ' r 'xt 'x -- ,P 4 -5 'v N ss r' 'Sl 4 ' 'J' "1': xi f of-: I, I , I. x XY 'life 3 ' .' 'A ' s s. . ' -' . - T ', s' ' ' ' S. Cheerleaders Boost School Spirit ln football. basketball. or any other competitive sport. a well organized. hustlinu cheering section can often make the winning difference. Thanks to lf of D's fine cheerleading squad. the '59 Cubs had just this type of backing whenever they took to the held or floor. More than one vital touchdown or basket could be traced to the snappy cheers and colorful displays with which these men kept U of D's pepsters hopping. Laptained by senior Pete D Angelo this yeir s squad of xeterans vsere at the game come ram sleet snovs or unfax orable odds showing the teams that represent L of D that the student bodv was behind them IOOQ from beginning to end win or ose SJ r""' fi l'l'RlI XIJIRN Tklxl it tx I1 1 IL Q L LII WALT CZARNECKI GOES ALL OLT to spur U of D fans on to greater xolume THE COLD NIGHT -XIR at De La Salle did not squelch the efforts of the Cub cheerleaders Esau il l I' lll it K K ill N1 Lronk XX Lzarnttki -uf 11' 56 AUT' u A I 1-Ni li . yy v Q' C B. 1 . X. . . 7 . l . 1 ' ' 1 1 In f',,.... .- rv 11 Ll-Q ,S - i ' l . 1: 5. ' L 1- . . l i 1 4 ' J' l . I 4 Q Q- '. 0 ' . '21 -f . . 'L 1 H. "A CH QI -1 I . ' Q a IJIKIUTL' lr-ak. 'l'li U' are. top row ll - X ' X n, to r i. M Lark' . S. -I.. niol-rator. -I lit-I-n a. li Gorflni: . P. l - . ' ' 7' 1 A'- IJIX sell. M. Parks. R. H"k-L bottom riw. W llVii'itb. I. Kool. - ' fx 'xx l l L ' . Q , 1 - -, .r-- , . Q ' v 's I Q nav----r' Y. . !q- -Tv' -.if . .AF if - I ., L X ,. ', -1 - fx if gi 'Q' 1 -J!" W1 ff' l,- lr .Z K' Ad Guild Glorifies Halls The brightly colored posters and stream- ers that can be seen year round in L' of IJ's corridors may never hang in a musuem of line art. but they do fulfill their purposee- that is, they focus student attention on coming school events. They are the work of a group of students called the Cub Ad- vertising Guild, who more than making up for their lack of knowledge of the liner points of art with their lively imagination and sense of humor as relleeted in their work. The generous backing of these men has often proved to be the decisive element in the success of many of the school dances. sporting events, and educational exhibits. L' of D High certainly owes a vote of thanks to this activity which seeks success for itself by helping: the other organiza- tions around the school to succeed. THIS YE.-XR'S R.-XPIDLY GROWING Ad Guild poses for their portrait. They are. last row fl. to r,I. J, Reck. E. Rutkowski: fourth row. F. Felix. W. Rouers. R. Dennis. J. Torzewski. R. MacKenzie: third row. J. Ilzindy. E. Leleski. M. Zolik, R. Gielefzhem, J. Fabrizio, B. Kolka. J, Howie. R, Undy, R. Borosg st-cond row. IJ. Zembala. M. Bedard. C. McCarthy. R. Marshg Iirst row, G. I.aMothe. Mr, Lar- kin, SJ., moderator. ART WORK MUST BE SEEN to be appreciated. and these three poster-hanzers are seeing to it that some Guild wfrla will bg ap- preciared. TRE.-XD LIGHTLY. ARTISTS AT WORK! CHESSMAN PLAY to win-and usually do. Chess Club Completes Successful Season Chess is the oldest game known to man. It has fascinated men for centuries-to attack, to anticipate, to chance, to think ahead. Chess represents the battlefield of old. and its principles are the principles of warfare today. Under the direction of Mr. Schapker, S.-I., the U of D High Chess Club has completed another season of suc- cessful competition and further satisfac- tion of the timeless quest of man for mental battle. THE FRENCH CLUB EMBLEM decorates the front wall of the French classroom. Parlez-vous Francais? In order to promote the know- ledge of French culture. the French class founded La Societe Francaise hve years ago. Since that time French cultural activity has flour- ished throuah dialogue motion pictures. Quest speakers. reading. and discussion. initiating a tradi- tion of viuorous and diligent par- ticipation in school activities. a tradition that will continue to grow in the future. A GROUP OF FRENCH SCHOLARS try out some of the fascinating new recordinu equipment which is supposed lo make learn inf: the romance lanuuase a bit easier. Physics Clubbers make study of electro-plating. Tech Crew Brightens Student Life Every activity in the school depends on one organization for the ultimate success of its enter- prises. This organization is the Technical Crew. Its members have put in one successful perform- ance after another: assemblies, sock hops, rallies, dances, and the most difficult and always the most spectacular show of all, the Harlequin production. In all their efforts the men behind the controls have done an excellent job. CHANGING RECORDS at a sock hop, two Tech Crew Djs set the dance pace for the eve- ning. Physicists Advance Science Ours is an age of ever-advancing scienti- fic achievement, an age dominated by sciences like physics. To help further their knowledge of this most important topic, to go beyond the limited scope of the class- room, to help prepare themselves for active participation in the new world being created, the men of U of D along with Mr. Stepaniak's help explore the depths of this science. The Physics Club, through discus- sions and lectures, through field trips and experiments, has studied the many secrets of the universe. TECH CREW SURROUNDS equipment in t.he tower They are: standing fl. to r.D, R. Davies, Mr. Kotz, SJ. moderator, D. Boros, B. Williams, W. Dingeman, T. An- derson, A. Rutkowskig sitting, F. Richards, A. Sutter. ,Q 2 L gk! vw! -,MM 1 an ,Q 4 f . 1 . nf i X .ff fu I A fi .wi fi CPP' . K ' , 1 .N H956 ,... 4,2551 W X? ,W . Q 'X 5 M, 43 , 5-li 'J g ' x 4 Q, Vg W 1 :nga Y 1 H958 25 , W-1' A ,ga-ff ' ! ' f img V W v A wi ,c f A ay s ' ' My ,. f' 99' 'xrrimew as-.M ,.,.,,f.i sf-W N 1-.M H M .z. 4... all .,f, ., -- f . 4 il:11'C1'S!'g is-iii Zyl ' M' mv, ,, Us .wwf .f..s.i- . .Jflgv , ,, 't.,,,,,flf fc., , V h 5' ,sf-"' - 3 if 7.35 'Fig-Q.,,' UW.. V . .,, 'i'f'-12,3-H X, W, ,si 12 5,-3:35 1 -ww . .-'r--5 f' --sf Q' :zum- M. "-'f'- QQ ., -. .. -ggi.. x A ' M, w W1:iQu4: jj cI:1,Lzwg-: 5112.56 GUEST PANELISTS of Our Lady of Mercy High School ponder an involved chemistry question. TONY RATKOWSKI answers one of many questions about his biology project. But soon after school re-opened last September, the club got rolling. And roll it did, for all the members seemed to be revitalized. Attendance at meetings im- proved and the membership grew. Capable ofticers now conducted the meetings and the club made progress. In the University of Detroit Science Fair, club members took first, second, third, and fifth places in various divisions. The Metropolitain Science Fair wound out the year with jETSl members doing well in this fair also. Q.,.1,:, .Q , A 1 ,, .U A .V 1 .,: K .. ,. 1- ' Q. ' 1 ' ".' .V ,.,'r,---,",, 1 ,,, :,vjA.f,'iig,,' Lrg,-gig L1 5 M, .-. . Mx, - ,. gg g ' muh ',A:. '- J' li ,-,, v K 1' 1, I :fi THE CUB COMEBACK OF '59 BOB TIERNAN FRANK COBB Head Coach Assistant Coach De La Salle Catholic Central Cathedral Central Austin Notre Dame Salesian St joseph s 126 Totals Opponents .i.,.v.e," -..-Y Z1 VARSITY FOOTBALL N -Z -qnuof' 64 xxx The prestige and success of a football team is largely dependent upon two factors of equal rank: the ability and the determination of the team's members and the corresponding "know-how" and determination of the coaching staff. Ewing, Mur- ray, Czarnota, and La Rochelle showed the team's ability by capturing berths of the All-Catholic First Division team. The rest of the team, along with the coaches, amply fulfilled the remaining requirements of a successful team. The number of games won or lost is important but it isnt an essential part of the makeup of suc cess The will to win is to be commended and is naturally to be wished for However lt remains in victory or in defeat the game was played as the sport that it is Co Captains Murray and Stenger r?f?1 . 9,1951 efgsf. 95l9f9G5 9g5U9s.13 9 4 -. V ' N 9 9 'if n-gn 'bn' ' 'Y if 4 . .vf gi 'fi .49 ' "9 "" 9 'f's. . P ,- A 5? 4' A' x " ' ' qv 993 K P f T235 25144 V 5 Q 9-ff E 59775 9,9,w i 9Vi g .9 99' 19999 9-9B39T?9g'59 SEQ.: E231 49809 97f-9591 593-83984 90 83,81 Q Y rs 'Q A 3 f 4 ' N. i il gl ,. 'iw-Q fi A f E 5 I I 'f .M FP: I as Q9 s ' ' 1 9 gwsd' A -95 9 aiu +49 25 9 3? 9 if 9 9 9 'Q K. . Yi f 9 9 gg.-1 ,.. fm , f 9 H ,. 9 2 . L, W, , 9 V .9 f 991. A M V , '7 'I A 9 Q lr 'qi -V 9 fx "", A ' xv . .' X 'M .+I rm Y t Vg .Xu . ,, 9 :rx , 'F A ph' -. 4 - A ,Q . 1 Q N J' . 99,12 'g'?2'g9L'9.' H-H 9' -99 -M '3 , 1"x"k 1 - .. . A 1 '- 19 ,,.. "': 7 . ' W - f ' 3. lg' 9' 'ff 2 ,. Vs 1 , " . A I 1 - A J' '-.9 - 1 .,, ' .1-97"l:,. H, V , .-- '..', ,,. fi 'A ' "Hu '- ' :4 'z' -1- 9 'V :-,- " "' ', . . xr.. '- ' f' - 14 L 9 ' 'S 'A .9 ' , ' '.. ' . 7745- "D 9 "vw-,f ' ""'i"3-' WEA 1 ' " 77 W." '59"'f.-X' ki! Ngfdfg wlmf fig' ' - 3 k 'K ' - " .. '. . . e, V' "' " ' , nfl ' XV' V ' ,lf ' I f V' : -'-fl M 7-g-Q9 ' 1 ' '1 . " 9 ' . ' se-flimf attain W' A speedy Pilot back sweeps right end. The Cub bench and "Big 85" dolefully view the game from the sidelines. DE LA SALLE 26 U of D O Friday night, September 18, 1959, an under- rated De La Salle routed U of D High, defending league champs, in the Cub opener. In the last minutes of a seemingly equal, pen- alty-filled first quarter, De La Salle began its rout with a 93 yard scoring drive. Early in the second quarter, they chalked up another six points, going for 92 yards in a second touchdown drive. Down 12 points the Cub gridders roared back from halftime looking for a comeback. But De La. Salle proved all their equal and more, start- ing the third period with a 43 yard pass play. They tallied another six points and followed up with a Stenger 1625 and Czarnota, C825 combine to down a Pilot ball carrier. kick putting them ahead 19-0. In the fourth quarter, the Pilots completed their bombardment with a four yard plunge gain- ing an impressive 26-0 shutout over the Cubs. A shifty De La Salle end eludes Cub secondary. Quarterback Zeke Czarnota sets play in action. The CC secondary comes up to halt a Cub carrier Battle-weary Cubs take a breather. Robinson deftly spins out of a tackler's box. I I of D O The taste of defeat still bitter in its mouth, the Cub eleven met Catholic Central in the 15th Annual Boys' Bowl--their first clash since the 1939 Good- fellow Game. The first two quarters were a close, hard-fought battle with the half-time score 6-O for the Sham- rocks. CC set up the touchdown play with a fake quick kick, then scored on a seven-yard pass play. With only three minutes to go in the third quar- ter, CC came through with a second touchdown pass. An end run tally, again from a short punt forma- tion, and another six points on a pitch out play topped off the barrage. With the extra point the outcome was CC 25-U of D High O. Still the day was not a complete loss, since Dave La Rochelle was voted the gameis most valuable lineman and the team gained what it needed most- experience. , , Q- . .- .V A sr, K R tr Qytfx nah ' , 3 . 2, s i Ar X 9 ik, .C ' 'Hs' " 'Y Q N 'xx l' Q 7 , C Q v , - ,a u . 3 .A.v"if1'N!ifft': . an " wxvn ' ' Cubs close in on a Cathedral back. CATHEDRAL U of D 1 3 The Cubs opened their winning season Sunday, October 4, against the Wildcats of Cathedral Cen- tral. Early in the hrst quarter the Cub rooters saw their Iirst touchdown of the year with Stengers touchdown pass to Czarnota from the forty yard line. The Wildcats came close to scoring in the third quarter on a L' of D fumble at the kick off. fol- lowed by a penalty on the next play. But the De- troit line held them in their effort to score. The Cubs took over the ball deep in their ovm territory. but Czarnota smashed through the Wild- cat line and went sixty-live yards for their second touchdown. So. with two tough losses but with much new- gained experience behind them. the Cubs proved that they were still Iirst division material. YJ 4 I -s '20 .,s Ewing goes down fighting. Stenger scampers away from a would-be Wildcat tackler. if ilfjfgi, Riigtvr .2 V3 .39 -I .C ,kip he or-1:-sv AUSTIN 19 U of D 32 On an unseasonably cold October afternoon a confident and spirited Cub team met and mashed Austin's Friars. Though U of D ran the whole show, the Friars put up a good fight. They scored three times: first. on an 80 yard kick-off return, then, on a 30 yard pass-play, and finally, on an intercepted pitchout. But when it really counted, the Cub eleven came through. Paul Ewing led the attack with three touchdown runs of 70, SO, and 20 yards. jim Stenger capped two other touchdown drives on quarterback sneaks. The iinal score: U of D High 32, Austin High 19. NOTRE DAME 14 U of D 24 On Sunday October 18, If of D, out of con- tention because of the two early losses, drove un- beaten Notre Dame's title hopes into the ground with a decisive offensive attack. Early in the first quarter, the Cubs recovered an important Irish fumble on L' of D's 16-yard line. On the next play, Czarnota ripped through the Notre Dame line for an 84-yard touchdown run. Once again in the second quarter, Czarnota tallied on a 33-yard slant off tackle. After two consecutive passes to Murray and Ewing in the third quarter, Stenger scored on a two yard plunge. Ewing ended the attack in the last quarter with an 11-yard end sweep. During the second half, the Irish vainly tried to return with a strong comeback. But the Detroit defense stymied their attempts with a 24-14 victory. Robin on 1743 leaps as Stenger C627 sets himself. Murray C803 stumbles but doesnt fumble, 1 .19 5.- Ewing threw the Irish line. SALESIAN O U of D 39 With three wins under their belts, the Cubs met Salesian's Knight on a muddy field. It took a while for the Cubs to find running room. But in the middle of the second quarter. Willy Robinson raced around left end from the twenty-six yard line for a TD. With the second half came an added spark and it was L' of D's game all the way. The romp started with Robbie going forty yards for his sec- ond six. Paul Ewing followed up by sprinting thirty-five yards over the goal line. In the fourth quarter Coach Tiernan replaced the regulars with the second team. Sophomore Mike Doll hit the end zone three times to wrap up the game. This gave the Cubs four wins to two losses and assured a winning season. ST. JOSEPH 6 U of D 18 With an impressive Homecoming victory over St. joe's Bluejays, the Cubs added the final touch to their surprising comeback. Defeating the Hays" 18-6, U of D ended its season with a record of five wins and two losses. St. joe's eleven took an early lead by going 45 yards for its only score. But the Cub gridders soon tied it up. On the kick-off, "Zeke" Czarnota picked up the pig-skin on the three yard line and went all the way. In the second half Czarnota ran for two more TD's. This wrapped up the game 18-6. 158' X Doll C783 rolls out. Gaul C943 leads the way. Czarnota C825 sweeps end while Najarian C865 trails 1 71 TOP ROWZ 4110 I'-3 C03Cl1 Wilhelm, BHYHCO, P0Dl2Ski9 fmanagfffl, Middle Row: Shantz, Kempf, Currier, Egger, Maclnnis, Pierre TMUS, Manfiquel, Ziskie, Pye, Murphy, P0iSSaHi, Viiliflllell, Svawahl, Guzik, Tomczyk, Smuda, Tigue, McDonald, Hanley, Koch Hess Heinrich, Pfeffer, Hause, Coach Castle, Cronin. Qmanagerj, Bottom Row: Rybicki, Perkins, Wesolowski, Osinski, Gailes, Smith, Fogliatti, Sheehy, Sorenson, Jodzio, Donagrandi. RESERVES BOUNCE BACK Fr. Braatz explains a fine point of the game to Cronin, 72 U of D O Austin U of D O Notre Dame U of D 7 Salesian U of D 25 St. joseph's U of D 25 De La Salle Totals If of D 57 Opponents Hampered by a late start in practice, U of D's reserves ended up with an under-par season. But 'fpractice makes perfectilg and, although they dropped their first two league games, the Cubs came back in fine form to tinish with a seasonys record of 2-2-1. This return was spearheaded by a hard-charg- ing line. tackles Pierre and Kempf and guardsGuzik and co-captain Smith. The offensive backfield, sparked by Osinski. took advantage of the gaping holes offered by the line. Perkins was a continual threat to go all the way with his good speed to the outside. Donigrandi showed his worth as a capable runner. but still threw a hard block and tackle. to-captain Fogliatti proved the fastest back and led the team in pass receiving. The defensive unit led by Smith held an im- portant role in this comeback. allowing only one touchdown in the last three Qames. Such stalwarts as linemen I-Queer, Kempf. and Cronin. plus safety Gailes were the important cogs in the defensive machine. Football gives much to its players-physical fitness, a chance to compete with other players, and knowledge and experience in the guiles and strategems that add so much to the fun of the game. The If of D High Freshman football team got more than its share.of these things during its season. Mr. O'Brien, the coach, was developing experience when he put the freshman eleven on the held. He obtained it. Through alternating captains and positions, a large number of fresh- men got experience that will pay big dividends when the boys join the ranks of the reserves and varsity. Three alternate captains were chosen- Wilson, Wiktor, and Kogut-who worked hard, along with the entire team, both in practice and on the field. The freshmen had a poor season if it is judged by wins and losses. Their record was 1 win and 4 losses: alternating players and captains ac- counted for losses against Cathedral, Catholic Cen- tral, Notre Dame, and Austin. If you judge by scores it was a poor season. But if you judge by experience gained, it was rich and extremely valu- able. By the end of the year, the freshmen began to roll. They defeated Benedictine 14-7 in the final game of the season. Friars begin to gather only after Cubs score GCOD PROSPECT I FRG H Top Row: Cl. to r.J Coach McClosky, Plansek, Hamilton, Ulatow- Middle Row: Zarow, Banich, Wiktor, Stauch, Hartwell, Wilson ski, Samul, Nosewicz, Clarke, Tracey, Curley, Faler, Fitzpatrick, Heiden, Reamer, Gilardy, Egger, Henry. Coach O'Brien. Bottom Row: Kusas, Wills, D. Ponio, Sosnowski, Sniechowski, Fryatt, Allam, Desmond, Malleis, Dogut. Coach Owen goes over strategy with Captain Joe Vieson. VARSITY BASKETBALL The '59 Cubs were a surprise to many, Early in the season the Cubs were subject to hot and cold phases. The third quarter of a game proved the hardest. Yet, as the season developed, the team grew to be strong. balanced. and poised. Facing the city's best in Austin and Holy Redeemer, the Cubs met defeat, but only after highly competi- tive games. As the season closed. the cagers boasted a respectable 8-4 league record and had the satis- faction of carrying on L' of D Highs winning tradition. CAGERS CAPTURE THIRD - wife, ,... . , N, ., , ..... ,.., . . . ..... .. A, .. . . , """'r6unnv ' .,.t'.'i" .... , . LEAGUE PLAY CFrom l. to r.J: D. Petroski, I, Zinn, D. Smith, M. Makulski, T. Patrick, R. Gibb, G. Petersmarck, C. Smith, I. Vieson, T. Miller, D. Barnhorst, M. Currier, P. Camilleri, B. Romant. 74 of D 48 of D 67 of D 40 of D 48 of D 62 of D 62 of D 66 of D 58 of D 55 of D 37 of D 53 of D 51 of D 48 of D 57 of D 46 of D 67 of D 58 of D 923 Totals Holy Redeemer Notre Dame Catholic Central Austin Salesian De La Salle St. joseph Cathedral Central Notre Dame Catholic Central Austin Salesian De La Salle St. Paul St. Florian 'Visitation Pontiac Central Opponents 56 56 52 ,Q 62 45 SS 38 27 S3 S2 63 33 33 37 4O X 43 X , 73 822 IC' :lf Cub managers-Bill Knuff and John Janecek Zinn and Rcdeemer's Chimilewski jump for a rebound. Coach and players make use of the fleeting seconds of a time out. HOLY REDEEMER: In an exciting pre-season game, the Cubs clashed with the formidable Lions of Holy Redeemer. The Cagers entered the game as fifteen point underdogs and at a distinct five inch height disadvantage. Yet. after battling the Lions all the way in the first half, the Cubs surged into a three point lead midway in the third quarter. Then Tim Patrick. who had hampered and hounded 6' IO" Bill Chimelewski all evening, fouled out. This set Chimelewski free in the fourth quarter, and he proceeded to stage a one man scoring spree. The game ended in a 56-48 defeatg but the Cubs had proven they could contend with the best. A Gibb adds to the tally, 1 The CC dt-it-n-e closes in on Iatrick. Yieson fast breaks CC. NOTRE DAME: From the time Paul Camilleri opened the scoring with a jump shot, to the latter part of the fourth quarter, the Cubs' league-opener with Notre Dame was anyones game. In the final minutes of the fourth quarter. the Cagers' margin was 54-51. And the Irish were hot. With two min- utes remaining. Mr, Owen instructed the hubs to switch to a full-eourt press. This brouuht IlX'e quitsk baskets auainst the frustrated Irish. Notre Dame never reuained its poise and ended a disappointed team. losin: oT-50. f'ATHOl-lt' VHNTRAL: Playing far below par. the Cubs bowed to CTG brilliant Bill llowns and Company. Iiarly in the second quarter. the Sham- rocks Went ahead to stay. Entering the third stanza at the short end of a 26-21 tally. the Cauers froze. A lone basket by Bob Gibb was all they could manage for their shooting efforts. And althouuh they Chalked up 17 points in the tinzil quarter. it wasnt enough. The Cubs went down to a humilia- ting 52-40 defeat. 1 Dan Smith hustles for the ball. Smith out jumps Salesian contingent. Zinn baffles Austin as he chalks up two more points. AUSTIN: Through a poised, well-balanced attack. Austin's Friars handed the Cubs a convincing 62- 48 defeat. The Friars accomplished this triumph largely by lightning fast breaks and by near perfect accuracy at the free throw line. But the Cubs were deficient in their foul shots. swished only 16 of 31 charity tosses. Despite Patrick and Yieson sinking 14 and 10 points respectively. that night the Cubs could not match the Friars, who played the brand of basketball that has made them an annual power- house. SALESIAN: Benefitting from a pronounced height advantage, the Cubs clashed successfully with the Knights of Salesian. The Cubs offense was con- sistent and effective throughout the game. Clark Smith played a good all-around game as he scored 13 points and snatched 14 rebounds. The high scorer of the evening was Tim Patrick with 18 points. He complemented this output by pulling in 13 rebounds. Don Barnhorst put the game on ice in the final stages as he contributed 12 points to the offensive effort. The final score: 62-45. IJIQ LA SALLE: I-'rom start to finish. Clark Fmith had a big: day. Swishing 15 of 16 free throws and adrlinu 6 field aoals to his credit: he set a season hiuh of 27 points for a L' of D cauer. Yet it was a team victory. Acting-captain Camilleri had thirtus runnin: smoothly on court. Patrick hauled in 19 rebounds. and liarnhorst repeatedly dribbled and faked his way throuuh the Knights defenses, The Vubs left De La Salle with a 62-55 Yictori "" the reward of teamwork. ST. JOSEPH: The unexpectedly potent Bluejays were out for an upset. The Cubs. temporarily lack- ing their usual finesse, had to struggle for a Z7-25 half-time advantage. Yet. a slightly revamped of- fense and a more poised Cub quintet brought the desired results in the second half. Petersmarck and Smith dominated the boards, Vamelleri set up the plays. and Gibb and Barnhorst shot from the out- side. ln the end. the Cagers clinched their fourth victory, 66-38. as Barnhorst. Smith. and Gibb set the pace with 16 points apiece. Patrick - in for a lay-up. Patrick twists away from De La Salle defenders. Zinn adds two more t .I NW CHYI HFDRAL LFNTR-XL A cunt the XXllClCdl from Cathedral Central the Cub demon tritcd the1r orfen ne .incl delen ne prone Xt the end of the tl'1lI'Cl quirttr the Cdf er CldlT'Il6'Cl dn IIN pre ne -11 8 lead C lark Nfllllh tapped the honor for the ex enlnv lor hrs 24 pomt ind 1-1 rebound The Xhldeat nexer reallx ehdllen ed the Cub thex were pre ed and harmed Irom the tart The Cubs emptied the bench IH the nndl qurrter a thex coasted to therr mde t mar IH ol xletorx lor the season 38 21 NCJIRP DANIF from the open1n up to the Ilnil buzzer the Cubs took ehdrfe oxer the Irl h of Notre Dame Despne Notre Dame 5 mnex blll him lm ind deadlx foul shootln th C1 er lel .1 the un and hun to mn an w Xxllh f mlnutes rcmumnf to be plaxed the In h staged 4 full court press and ripldlx clo ed the ap but thelr hopes shattered before the Cub able de fense Although joe XIESOHQ br1ll1 mt hrst half ShCJClllIl and Ime clefen ne plu paced the Cub the x 1cto x wx as a team efiort Patrlck shows wmmng lorm heson Iastbreaks lor a lay up S. 'NS Cubs xs Irlsh for a rebound 79 Patrick dribbles around a lurching Friar. CATHOLIC CENTRAL: An effective full-court press and an efficient Shamrock offenseqpersoni- tied by Bill Downs' 16 points-combined to vic- timize the Cubs. 52-37. The Shamrocks put together an effective press in the second half and repeatedly turned intercepted passes into field goals. This overcame the ZO-20 half-time deadlock. Tim Patrick and Clark Smith spearheaded the Cubs' effort with a total of 26 points and 34 rebounds. This out- come gave the Cagers a 6 and 3 record for league competition. AUSTIN: The Friars of Austin racked up ten straight points before the Cubs broke into the scoring midway through the first period and their ten points proved to be the difference as the Cagers went down to defeat, 63-53. Yiesons and Gibbs shooting coupled with Patricks stellar performance under the boards sparked a 3rd quarter rally that saw the Cubs pull within Z pointsg but Austin re- grouped its forces and went on to win as Patrick, bleeding from a gouged eye, fouled out. Austin double-teams Barnhorst. '1 f Clarke Smith snags a wayward rebound. Carnilleri heads down court. Patrick pulls down a rebound. SALESIAN: From his first fast break to the final whistle. Joe Vieson sparked the Cub effort as he capped individual honors for the evening with 23 points and 7 assists. The Cubs dominated the game against the Knights of Salesian-the out- come was never in doubt. A full-court press paid off for the Cubs as Yieson and Camilleri repeatedly stole the ball in the third period. The game ended in a 51-33 victory, as Smith tallied for 16 points and Patrick snatched 17 rebounds. DE LA SALLE: In the final game of the regu- lar season, the Cagers overcame the Pilots of De La Salle through team effort. Vieson and Gibb pro- vided the offensive punch with IO points each. Patrick and Smith controlled the boards with a total of 30 rebounds between them. By stealing the ball and setting up plays, Camilleri plagued the Pilots. In the closing minutes the Cubs emptied their bench as the Cagers tallied to victory, 48-35. Smith chalks up two more. Vieson-fastbreaks for two points. Patrick- pf lux a tower of strengh under the boards RESERVES S GW Top Row fl. to r.J: W. Foerg, J. Stab- nick, P. Scullen, E. Krajewski, P Grashoff, E. Paddock, D. Chobot Coach Storen. Bottom Row: W. Arlinghaus fMgr.j J. Kramer, M. Mueller, N. Osinski, A Viskantas, J. Bollock, P. Calligaro. Under the capable direction of Coach Bob Storen, the 1959-60 Bollock battles for position. Paddock blocks another one. Cub Reserves carried on the U of D High tradition by posting a respectable 9-5 record. Led by forwards Tony Viskantas and Norm Osinski under the boards and guard John Kramer in the backcourt, the junior Cubs gave a bright picture of what future varsity teams will show. Losing only to Austin and De La Salle in league games, the Cubs fared well against stiff Central Division opposition. Traditional rival Catholic Central fell twice-46-33 and 47-41. The Reserves finished league play with an 8-4 record. In post-season games they fell victim to a good St. Paulls team but then bounced back to knock off St. Florian's. The schedule ended with the Cubs owning a total of 640 points to their op- ponents' 526. U of D 57 Notre Dame U of D 46 Cath. Central U of D 40 Austin U of D 41 Salesian L' of D 45 De La Salle U of D 63 St. Joseph L' of D 41 Cathedral Cent. 1' of D 55 Notre Dame L' of D 47 Cath. Central L' of D 37 Austin L' of D 55 Salesian L' of D 48 De La Salle U of D 53 St. Paul L' of D 32 St. Florian Totals If of D 640 Opponents y 1 46 35 44 35 62 17 14 46 41 42 26 62 37 27 526 Top Row Cl. to r.J:J. Ulatowski, T. Hamilton, N. Zuchowski. T. Kuras, G Netschke, J. Desmond, W. Yalade, A Nowotka. Bottom Row: P. Stenger, C. Gerwins, D Tracy, M. Adam, J. Blaznek, J. Vs 11 on, D. Xenadic, T. Gage. D 39 Notre Dame 31 D 31 Cath. Central 35 D 53 Post SS D 38 Austin 36 D 83 Salesian 35 D 43 De La Salle 19 D 55 Notre Dame 35 D 40 Cath. Central 41 D 51 Austin 39 D 59 Salesian 39 D 50 De La Salle 27 D 45 Post 39 D 62 Cathedral Cent. 33 Totals D 649 Opponents 439 FRGSH URGE FGRWARD The 1959-60 Freshman team, guided by Mr. Robert Kaump, followed closely in the footsteps of last yearis Frosh team. The young Cubs steamrolled all but Catholic Central in league play to the tune of a 9-2 record. Jim Blaznek and Dennis Tracey led the F rosh as they easily crushed the rest of their Central Division op- position. In non-league play the Frosh lost a close one to Post but then came back to beat them handily. Both Blaznek and Tracey later saw action on the Reserves, indicating what the future holds for varsity teams in a few years. Hoff fires for tw O. Frosh evades defender and shoots Zera maneuvers Curley into a difficult cradle hold. assure' Kent pins McManus. GRAPPLERS EMERGE This year marked the formation of the school's first wrestling team, a new addition to the varsity sports program. The team, organized in late De- cember, has been practicing under the expert coaching of Mr. Wise, a still active amateur wrestler. Matches were arranged for February and March with such teams as East Detroit and Cath- olic Central. Led by three seniors. Captain Zera, Kujawa, and Davies, the team has gradually ac- quired valuable experience. Top prospects for next yearls schedule are Kent, Maclnnis, Miller, Man- riquez, Baldwin, Stacey, Currier, Kolasa, and Korth. The climax of the competitive season came in late March when the wrestlers entered the high school division of the A.A.L'. meet. Cllr. Wise has high hopes for several of our wrestlers in this first big tournamenti Top row: Cl. to rj D. Chaivre, D. Kujawa, R. Maclnnis. B. Kent,T. McManus, K. Kudla, J. Hartwell, Mr. K. Wise, B. Zera, D. Sevakis, B, Hasey, P. Korth, K. Kolasa, D. Kacy, D. Currier, W. Stacey. Bottom row: R. Glinski, K. Baldwin, W. Miller, R. Davies, L. Manriquez. S. Curley. ff- ,Q ' 'T' J ,.me-. is st I 5, , l i 9. l , Y K' I ii Q L - Top Row Cl. to. r.J: Mr. Kotz, SJ., J. Zuchowski, R. Koblinski, W. Winarski, T. Gilewski, T, Wietchy, L. Lipiecs, D. Piotrowski. Bottom Row: D. Hafile, R. Konieczny, R. Lipiec, P. Masierak, L. Wernette,L. Slimak,J. Bobel, H. Crowe, W. McGrail. Early this school year U of D gave its students a new sport-bowling. Under the leadership of Mr. Eugene Kotz, S. J., and Ron Lipiec, plans were laid for the development of the teams. Try- outs were held for the many students, who eagerly accepted the new extra-curricular sport. The three teams finally chosen, entered into competition in the newly organized Central Catholic Bowling League. The first team-consisting of such outstanding bowlers as Jim Bobel, Pat Masierak, and Ron Regina-stood as the school's top contender. The second team-led by Zuchowski, Winarski, and others-also ably represented themselves. The third team consists mostly of young prospects and is the hope of the future. This sport, after the year's successful season, firmly established itself and will be a popular at- traction in the years to come. BGWLERS HIT THE LI E McGrail lets it Hy. Bobel rolls for "three in a row." , 1 A Q . "4 . Top Row Cl. to. rj: T. McCarthy, T. Kennedy, G. Rakowski, M. Stolarski. Bottom Row: C. Pelletier, R. Ulveling, R. Benczkowski Cmgrj, W. McGough, J. Sullivan, K. Badalament, C. Fellrath. KERS BREAK E E A Coach MCClarnon, S.j,, Manager Ron Benczkowski. Co-captains Tom Kennedy and Jerry Rakowski. ill? ,-.. D 24 D 48 D 31 D 29 D 44 D 49 D 59 D 36 D 49 D 57 D 57 D 41 D 58 D 583 TOP SCORERS: Fritz Sullivan Fellrath Kennedy Pelletier Thurston 68 River Rouge 48 Visitation 61 Ecorse 67 Austin 52 De La Salle 47 Salesian 36 Riverview 60 St. Paul 47 St. Mary of Redford 39 Cathedral Central 38 Riverview 55 Austin 38 Totals Opponents 656 86 Rakowski 68 McCarthy 53 Stolarski 40 Rennell 40 Badalament VARSITY SWIMMI G Set on bettering their previous third place standing in the Catholic Swimming League, the Cub tankers took to the pool almost three months before the beginning of their league season. With many experienced men returning, Mr. McClarnon, SJ., swimming coach, was able to devote most of his time working with the newcomers to prepare them for a non-league meet with Thurston. The Thurston meet put a damper on the high hope of the team as it turned out to be the most discouraging defeat of the whole season, 68 to 24. But the night was not a complete loss since it showed the team's weak points and its strong points. In the backstroke freshman Tom Fritz and in the freestyle john Sullivan displayed excel- lent form. The following week U of D traveled to River Rouge. john Sullivan and Tom Fritz again came through and together with Mark Stolarski, Roger Ulveling, Chuck Pelletier, and a strong freestyle relay team to bring home a 49 to 49 tie for the Cubs. SWIMMERS, TAKE YOUR MARK Top Row fl. to r.J: H. Stimpon, R. Woleben, T. Demaray, R. Gibb, D. Sparer, T. Rennel, T. Fritz, J. Carlin, E. Shumaker. Bottom Row: K. Stark, T. Cliff, C. Knaus, J. Boyle, F. Schuck, C. Nenadic, K. Monroe, L. Bregand. ,E if 'P 'TQ :diff xr li- H X 1- 'W U ,Pg 'a W Y, fa '22, ' ' , yr.. 'T' s 'T' H 4, i I I 4 . - -u Q -'S 'T -1 v . , fl.. Ii Q , Q f-iq I5 ,bn , '.X x '. f""'A' 47. 4 x 5 -.,. 'P , xp I 'fl I' ' f? '2 . n' .. YQ -- 'f Q ' Q . jf ' , ' x xr' , u ', ' 1- , . V ,A fwfr, Q' V 4. -.alumni .gl ,' ' ao- A Q,-w QL ' an L' of D got off on poor footing in league com- petition due to the unfortunate scheduling of first place Visitation as the Iirst meet. For a second time the Cubs suffered a crushing defeat. losing 61 to 31. Though the figures do not show it. the meet was closely fought all the way. Many times Visitation swimmers would just out-touch a L' of D tanker. The Cub medley relay team just edged out Visitation. but their freestyle relay team re- turned to win by four tenths of a second. In another non-league meet the Cubs were defeatd by Ecorse, 67 to 29. Bill Rennell turned in a stellar freestyle performance. The Cubs received their last defeat of the league season at the hands of Austin in the most interesting meet of the year, since many of the meets ended with differences measured in fractions Cliff lunges for the finish line. of a second. U of D was strong in the back stroke, diving, and relays, but went down to defeat, 52-44. The tankers were gaining experience from their losses and strengthening their weak points. Com- petition with top teams had toughened them up. This showed up in the next meet. Our tankers finally hit the victors circle in a tight fight with De La Salle, winning 49 to 47. The victory came chieiiy on the merits of the back- strokers and the divers, co-captains Tom Kennedy and jerry Rakowski. St. Paul was the next to fall by the same score of 49 to 47. The swimming team is displaying the same indomitable spirit of the football team and plans to take the remaining meets. Nenadic grabs a quick breath. Cub tankers perfect starts. K I TRAMURAL gk X fxf A i. if ' T SWIMMI G ,ga-Q' -PSA:-.f l ' . - . The start ! 1, Weitzcl strains at start of back stroke. Swimmers watch and await their chance. In a search for swimming talent and to pro- mote a spirit of friendly competition between the classes, Mr. McClarnon directed the annual intra- mural swimming meet at Patton Pool. In senior year some flapping Frenchmen from 4E dominated the events. The only other senior classes to send squads, 4A, 4C, and 4D, were unable to contend with their more represented rival. There was little suspense for the spectators as 4E took command at the start: and, sparked by Barron, Hymans, and Damusis, went all the way. Junior year saw a more competitive meet as 3A edged out 3E by one point. Neal Clark stood out on the winning team by taking both the back stroke and butterfly events. But, in spite of UA's" efforts, UE' kept pace until the final event when they failed to match SA in a tie-breaking freestyle relay. The sophomore year was the best represented of the four. with six classes sending teams. 2D brought home the laurels by outstripping its closest rival by ive points. Cronin was the "man of the hour." taking the 50 yard freestyle and the 25 yard back-crawl. And throughout the rest of the meet at least one ZD swimmer placed to wrap up the victory. Though not as well represented as sophomore year the freshmen presented the liveliest compe- tition of the day. Classes IA. IE. IF. IG were all in the running for top honors until the tinal event when 1F bettered its rivals in the free- style relay. The big swimmers for 1F were Phelan. Bennett. Cliff. and Bertoni who outstripped the other relay teams by almost tive seconds. Korth HB5 clears the boards I R I S I J R Madigan QZM gathers it in for a lay p in All Stars out-po-ition Reserves under the boards. BA KETB LL As the basketball season drew to a close the intra murals stepped into their hnal weeks Always an important part of each students school life, the four leagues were again marked by fierce competition In the senior dlSlSlOI1 4B and 4F were the teams to beat. 4F sported a balanced offense led by McLaughlin and Leffel whereas 4B used control of the boards to down their opponents. A close race between 3A and 3E held the juniors attention. The scoring of Nenadic, Farrell and Cooney led SA' Garavaglia Rzepaka and Sullivan kept 3D near the top. In sophomore year 2B and 2G dominated the top two spots. 2B seemed to haxe a great deal of top talent with Shepanik Ziskie, Rahaley and Sparer setting the pace. 2G relied on a good fast-breaking offense led by Wentworth Filiatraault and George. Xet some of the most heated competition took place in the ranks of the freshmen. A nip and tuck race between 1F and 1C was the highlight of the season. The sparkling play of Mimbiole along with Manetta and Curly aided IF to stay on top. Rennel and Nixon kept IC in content'on for most of the season. Top Row. ti. to x.J Goryl, Gstalder. Fourth Row: Morrow, Rustoni. Third Row: Scullen, Coleman. Second Row: Miller, Rodeheffer, Hamilton, Wesolowski. First Row: Dilworth, Powers, Clark. Cross Country at L' of D High came of age this year. Besides compiling a faultless won-lost record in league competition, the Cub Harriers took their first Parochial League Championship. Starting late in September. led by captain John Powers and coached by Mr. John Tenbusch. the Cubs began their climb to sports fame, running O. L. St. Marys ragged 16-46. After setting this precedent. the Harriers next left Austin in their dust and went on to place fourth in the highly competitive Thurston Invitationals. The Cubs were now in high gear as they won their next four con- secutive meets. November 3, 1959, marks their peakg for on this day they captured the Parochial League Cham- pionship. John Powers finished first in the meet with his best time for the year, 11:0O.3 minutes for the ZBQ mile course. Herb Gestalder finished a step behind with a time of 11:01 minutes. They capped their season by making a credit- able showing among the best teams in the Lower Peninsula State Meet. With this great showing, the Cross Country team of U of D High took its proper place in the Cub Sports Hall of Fame. CUBS CAPTURE TITLE Powers and Gstalder-all alone and out in front, VARSITY CRCSS COUNTRY of D 16 O. L. St. Mary's 46 of D 17 Austin 39 of D 15 St. Alphonsus SO of D 15 St. Josephs 48 of D 22 De La Salle 35 of D 17 Catholic Central 45 Totals of D 102 Opponents 263 Cubs in command of Austin meet, Despite the cold weather, Mr. Ten- busch, the Catholic League's most success- ful new coach, who has won two cross- country and a track championship in two years, began practice on February 2, to prepare to defend his Central Division Championship and to get set to avenge the upset by De La Salle in the Catholic League Finals. Even after considering the loss of Phelan, Gstalder, Carney, Comella, and Serina, live all-city performers from last year's team, Mr. Tenbusch feels that with hard work and all-out team drive We can capture the title. He has much good talent returning from a team that was composed of thirty- eight sophomores and juniors and only twelve seniors. Co-captains John Gaul and John Cates along with Mike Doll will be the men to watch in the sprints and relays. Tim Mally, Dave LaRochelle, and Carlo Dall'olmo in the 440, shot put, and hurdles, respectively, are the other re- turnees to watch as the Cubs attempt to continue their string of dual meet vic- tories. ff CQ + -:-r' A 'E m :fm-f x J 'cuss f Top row Cl. to r.J: P. Skullen, W. Robinson, T. Mally, H. Baker, T. Sullivan, W. McDonough Bottom row: D. LaRochel1e, N. Clark, W. Eggersheld, B. Denek, J. Raymond, Mr Tenbusch J. Gaul, J. Cates. CINDERME ET PACE Baker defies the laws of gravity. Mally takes charge as they break into the open. VARSITY TRACK ,ple ' lvl' Q LaRochelle heaves a SIXTY FOOTER. TENN S TEAM EYES TITLE f a - lixf . 239' Ex W Top Row: Cl. to. rj: R. Small, B. Korth. Bottom Rowz C. Costello, E. Leich, C. Tomoff, C. MacDonald. .X l 'kg 1 x 7 :QQ aw , , .. .,-.-.tau 8 M? '. -' ..i.1'0.Inf21?4 Costello shows backhand form at the net. Leich puts away a lob. A .V '. 5 -.'l+l'.'I'.'i . xxx s 2 me ' ' n Six senior lettermen have returned this year, forming the potent core of the tennis team. Around them. Coach Owens expects to build a well co- ordinated squad. Braving some of the roughest competition in the area will be Russ Small, who plays first singles. The other mainstays of the team are Costello. Korth. Leich and Tomoff. The doubles teams. bolstered by the confidence and experience gained in last years playing. and strengthened by competent reserve players. prom- ise sparkling results. Last year's record was an impressive one: 14 wins. 4 losses. Spring found Russ Small going all the way to the finals in the state regionals: close behind was Costello. making quartertinals in the doubles division. Returning lettermen. experience, and last year's record indicate a great chance for a great season. VARSITY TENNIS . I, .'." , .... ,... , .. J , NX'x'Y'1"1J1i1 5 S21 2 .A ,r Small plays a dt-ep volley. Rassel warms up for coming season. McLaughlin laces into a. nine iron. H- -':-I t lvgti., Vieson demonstrates par-breaking form. NS GCT F OR RECCRD This year's golf team will have to go a long way to top last yearis triumphs in the Catholic League. Fr. George Schumacher, S.J., again hopes to sweep the Central divi- sion and go on to even higher honors in the State Tourna- ment. The team will be based on three returning senior lettermen-Captain Joe Vieson, Mike McLaughlin, and Dick Rassel, who all captured all-city honors last season. With the aid of some hot sophomore and freshmen pros- pects, the Cub linkmen should continue their winning ways for seasons to come. Since this will probably be Fr. Schumacher's last Year at U of D High, his boys will be out to extend his streak to 17 years in a row in which the golf team has won at least one championship. 95 Top Row tl. to rj: J. Bobel, D. Barnhorst, C. Schearer, P. jones, BOUOIH ROWC .l- C0UVY1.l-L9fffflv.l- Faffcllyl- '5i0TlPZ0f, E4 5WiU1110WSki. C. Schewe, R. Leadbetter, J, Dumon. IAMG D DEMGNS SPARKLE tf 1 'nt-s bla-ts one clown the lint-. VARSITY BA EBALL 96 Good pitching, a hustling outfield, strong hit- ting, and lots of luck-these are the requirements for a top-notch baseball team. Looking over this year's Cub team, it seems the only one of these requirements that is really doubtful is the luck. At least thatls the opinion of U of D's confident coach, Mr. Tiernang and he has good reason for his enthusiasm. Captained by seniors jim Bobel and Jim Stenger, this year's team is one of veterans. Man- ning the infield are Chris Shearer, Jim Farrell, jim Stenger, and Ernie Switanowskig with Jerry Du- mon behind the plate. On guard at the outfield fences are Pat Jones, Charlie Schewe, and Don Barnhorst. These, combined with U of D's fine pitching staff and strong bench, make the Cubs a team well worth watching in the '60 season. With the not-too-sweet taste of last years 6-5 season still on their tongues. the '60 Cubs are a team that is not only determined to win but also strong enough to do just that. Schearur scoops ont- out of the dirt. .. i Z1 "Ji 4 4 W'.'..i.t, ..,. ,,.. .iv 15 R Q ' ,a'l5A.,,, . ..,.1p1 4...' f-- -..-an-Q-+'4fs.s Y' 3 x X' I ' x' X NX, X . 4 - Q x n x N' . K ." . 1 , ,254 x ff' up 'W A V ' , yi, zu. 1 wi.. V. Muff' 1 .Hy Q V 2, rr, V MAT , .n 'V ' 3 'f W .Nw hffw , 41 .' fw it at .f M f,, 'ft , 'g :vIt""',,nf , A 'K f 'C' " 1 'Q' Wan- A, , f Ny. Y- ' my w"i9f 7w':'M." ., . wiv, ,V ,Y-24 1, 1,5 'aj' In I I i . rgfiue f , ,wmv f. L' ' ,S LgC?f" ug M, A yr.-V H141 o???15'y,qm -1 K H L i ' ,g,.,y.,L.f ,M .,,y.:k V1 -'wfffw w gy1iP' -fg,f,, n...g "Ju 34885, ggomw- , .1 'fu f- 'H .. 5 1 :wqdbvu-4',Ahy,w '55, ,, ,,-fin. 1' .1 - -QW iam '49, .. 'Q Sn.. 4 Swltanowskl llmbers up. Dumon hauls 1n a wide pitch. ""-Q-. 98 SENIORS The Tasseled Cap--symbol of the Senior, the mature embodiment of the purpoSe of L' of IJ High: preparation for the heavier re- sponsibilities of college and later life. When a Senior thinks about graduation, he usually feels that it marks the end of four years of learning, that high school is finished. But if he spends a few more moments in reflection, he may realize that graduation does not mean the end of high school-it is only a change in the place of learning from the classrooms to college or life. High school has given him the incentive: and, as the situations change. he will apply his knowledge to them and continue to learn from his experiences. The Senior discovers that the subjects he has studied are not ends in themselves but means which will help him reach greater, more important. last- ing goals-they help him to gain an education that will guide him through his living and light his way in death. These four years have made a rough draft of his personality, have done much of the work in molding his thoughts, his character, his person-his soul. All this he will take with him and use the rest of his life. High school-as with any time of learning or decision-does not end with graduation. It lasts as long as we use the knowledge gained there our whole lives SENIORS ARTHLR F ARATA TINIOTHX F BABCOCK Academic Course Cheerleaders 3 Scientific Course Honors 2 3 s34kBS3 o3te34IxBS123 I-uture U of D Future D of D 100 'i MARTIN B. ALICE Academic Course, Honors 3. Future: U of D DONALD C ANCYPA Classical Course Honors 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Elocution Fmals2 StageCrew34 KBS234 Cub News 2 Science Fair 2 Future U of D KARL NI BABL Scientific Course X earbook 3 larmine Acad 3 4 Football 1 Future U of D IA Be THOMAS W. AMBROSE Classical Courseg Honors 1, 2, 3, 4, Debating 2, Tech Crew 3, 45 Physics Club 4. Future: U of D l v v v ' , , , 9 ' ' 9 , s . -. , , 9 Q . . ' g 5 ' ' ' 9 v 9 A ' Q' ' l- Jet-,:'....4. ACI' .97--.,,4. ' .,g A K ' ,Q . ! Sf ' 3 it ...Q . ii? .X N rar., fy A ' .. . N X , xt, .i x 'C 5 5 ii THONIAS R BARANSKI Sclentmc Course KBS 2 3 4 Physrcs Club 4 Future L of D HARRY S BEN JANIIN Classlcal Course Honorsl 2 Acolytel 2 3 4 Bandl Debatmg 1 Glee Clubl 2 Harlequmsl 2 3 4 Internatxonal Club3 KBS 1 2 3 4 Cub INews1 Sodalxtyl 2 3 4 Yearbook3 4 Bellarmme Acad 4 Future Holy Cross RICHARD C BARROIN Academic Course French Club 4 Football 1 3 Mgr 4 Senatel Future St Marys qv 3 1' REINALD A BEN CZKOW SKI Classical Course Honorsl 2 3 Physlcs Club 4 Swlmmlng Mgr 3 Future U of D JAMES S BENNETT Sclentliic Course Honors3 4 Jets 4 Nat Mer1tFLnal1st Future U of D LESTERJ BERLIN HAROLD W BICKNER Sclentlfic Course Honors 1 2 So Academlc Course French Club 4 dahty 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Track Jets 3, 4, Phw srcs Club 4 2, 3, 4 Future U of D Future U of D 101 11- 3. - , Lv Q, A 'ff-el! ' " . . 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Y ' ' 1 v 1 1 v 1 . 5 Q . .. , 1 1 P l 1 1 1 S 1 5 IAMES 'NI BOBEL Sclentxiic Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Basketball 2 Baseball 2 3 4 Foot ball 2 Bowlmg 4 Future U of D LEO P BREIN NAN Sclentuic Course Honors 2 Acolytc Future U of D 102 N ORBERT A BOES Classical Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Jets 3 Physlcs Club 4 Future L of D FRED E BROXK IN Sclentlflc Course Football 7 Tenms Future Axr Force Academy CLINTOIN H BOND Academlc Course French Club 4 Swlmmlng 4 Future U of D Academlc Course Future U of D PAUL L BRICKER Scxentlflc Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Bandl Z 3 4 Debatmgl jets3 4 Physmcs Club 4 Bellarmlne Acad 3 4 Senatel Nat Mer1tFmal1st Future U of D I S : 1 y Q . . S 1 v Q S ' 5 5 ' 5 1 1 5 ' I ' , S - 3 PAUL F. BOUCARD A g 9 9 ' ' ' 9 , , , 4 1. . - . Y Y Y 2. JUL use '---r ROBERT V BRUINO PALL R CAMILLERI Sclentxiic Course Honors 1 Z Academlc Course Honors 4 Bag Track 2 3 Football4 Senatel ket 3111 2 3 4 Future U of M Future U of D JOHIN M CATES Academlc Course Band 1 French Club 4 Bellarmlne Acad 3 Cross Country 2 Track 2 3 4 Senate 1 Future Marquette JEROME A CHMIELAK Classlcal Course Honorsl 2 3 Bandl 2 3 4 Sodahty3 4 Base ball3 4 Footballl Z 3 4 Future West Pomt DAVID R CASE Academic Course Glee Club 1 Future D of D 4 uw, HOWARD G CHARBENEAU Screntliic Course Honors 1 Acolyte 3 4 Cub Ad Gulld 2 Band 1 KBS 1 2 CubNews3 4 Sodallty 2 3 4 Future Xavrer EDWARD A. CHRISTIE Academic Coursey Acoltye 2, 3' Band 15 French Club 45 Glee Club 2g Harlequins 3, 45 Senate 1, 2, 3, 4 Future: John Carroll 103 ROBERT A CISLO SCISIIIIDC Course Honors 1 2 3 Future U of D JACK J COURY Academlc Course Acolyte 2 4 French Club4 KBS 12 3 4 Senate3 4 Baseballl Z 3 4 Future U of D 104 CHARLES E COSTELLO Cub News 2 Bellarxnme Acad 3 4 Senate 3 4 Basketball 2 Tenms 3 4 Nat Merlt F 1nal1st Future Notre Dame JOHN A COUZENS Sclentllic Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Bellarnune Acad 3 Basketball 1 Football 2 Future U of D RONALD J COLEMAN Academlc Course Acolytel 2 3 Harlequlns 3 4 Cross Country 4 Future Wayne State MARTIN J COTE SCICIIIIEC Course Honors 2 K B S 3 Future U of D CLE DE P CRAIN E Scxentnfxc Course Honors 1 2 Phx SICS Club 4 Future U of D RONALD F COLMAN Acadermc Course Acolytel De batxng 2 Future U of D I , Ag.: " 15? A Q2 l 7 Y ' ' 2 ,, 9 ' 5 S ' 1 l ' ' ' Classical Coursey Honors I, 2, 3, 45 9 ' . , 2 1 3 S 1 3 . . ' ' 3 5 2, ,4. A ' 5 , Q ' ' S , , , 5 9 ' - - v v v l ' y S y y 1 - ' V . iv , S l 5 MICHAEL J CURRIER Scnentxflc Course Phy SICS Club 4 Senate 1 2 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Future U of D lv GEORGE S DANIUSIS JAMES W DANDY Academic Course Honors2 3 Ba Classxcal Course Honorsl 2 3 4 ketball 2 Track 3 Cub Ad Gulld 4 Physics Club 4 Future U of D Future U of D RAYMOND F DEVIBEK Sclentlhc Course, Honors 1, Z, 3, 4, Jets 4, Sclence Faxr 4 , Tenms 3, 4 Future U of D SENIOR PETER A D ANGELO ROBERT G DAVIES Academxc Course Debatlng 1 Academlc Course Acolyte 2 3 4 Cheerleader 3 Capt 4 KBS 1 2 3 4 Tech Crew 4 Future U of D Football 1 2 Future Loyola l Q PHILIP A DEROSIER AC3dCm1C Course Future U of D 91' .. ir. 9 . 9'- Il 111' ' A W x ' . L . f ' 9 ,sF- 1 ,, A g . S ! 5 5 5 ,,s 1 " "'1Y7l l I : ,. I . A -f . RAYMOND E DEWITTE Academlc Course Honors3 French Club 4 Future U of D ARTHUR W DULEMBA Classxcal Course Honors 1 2 3 4 3 4 Intemat1onalClub3 Harle qums 2,3 4 Sodahty 2 3 4 Senate Future U of D ROGER G EICKMEIER Sclentliic Course Honors 1 2 3 4 Sclence Falr 4 Future U of D THOMAS I DINGELL SCICHIIBC Course Honorsl 2 3 GleeClubl 2 KBS 1 2 3 4 Cub News3 4 Yearbookl 3 4 Future U nf D FRED R DOETSCH Classical Course Honorsl 2 3 Sodahty 1 2 3 4 Physlcs Club 4 Future U of D 106 PAUL EV! ING Sclenuflc Course Bellarmme Acad 3 4 Footballl 2 3 4 Senatel Future Notre Dame GERARD M DUMON Academlc Course French Club 4 Senate 3 Future U of D PETER P FARMER Academlc Course Honorsl Har lequms 3 Future Loyola . l ' , , , 9 ' 4 ' 9 9 ' ' s , , s ' 1 5 ' ' ' ! Y V g : I 9 ! V ' I S 9 v 1 S V yi V ' Q Q Debating 3, 4: Elocution finals 1, 2, G Football 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, , 5 ' s - . l 1 9 1 1 5 G I 1, 2. Z . ' l 1 1 1 l ' S 9 - Y 2, 3. b BRL CE NI FARRELL Sclentlfxc Cour e Future L of D -IANIES E FILIATRAL LT Sclentriic Course Acolyte 2 3 4 Cub News 3 Sodal1ty 3 4 Foot ball 4 Senate 3 4 Future U of D P DOUGLAS FRAIN CIS Scxentliic Course Acolyte 2 3 4 K B S 3 Senate 3 Basketball 2 Future U of D '5- R' XIX RON NI FEDISHIN Sclenutic Course PhySlCS Club 4 Future L of D JOHN V GAUL Academlc Course Honors 4 bal12 3 4 Track2 3 Future U of D A Foot ROBERT A FLINT THOMAS A FRANCHI Academlc Course Harlequms 4 Academlc Course Future U of D Future U of D DAVID L. GENDICH Academic Course' Honors 1 2' Acolyte 1 ' French Club 4 ' Senate 4 Future: U of D 107 PAUL W GEORGE Sclentlflc Course Acolytel Physlcs Club 4 Tech Crew 1 2 3 Future U of D ROBERT A GIBB Sclentlfxc Course Honorsl 2 3 Senate 2 Basketball! 2 3 Future U of D SENIORS RONALD A GIELEGHEM Classlcal Course Honorsl 2 3 4 CUJ Ad Gulld 3 4 Jets 3 4 K B S 1 2 3 4 Physlcs Club4 Sodahty 3 4 Bellarmme Acad 3 4 Future U of D T C ZAKRZEWSKI GILEWSKI Sclentlflc Course Cross Country 2 Track 2 4 Future U of D 108 ROBERT P. GILLARD Academic Course' French Club 4' Glec Club 2. Future: Notre Dame PAUL E GESHEL Sclentxiic Course Honors 1 Future U of D DAVID L GLAVIN Sc1ent1iic Course Honors 1 Acolyte 1 3 Future U of D A L 'midit r 014- ' ,F ALBERT P GOLLOB Screntxhc Course Acolytel 2 3 4 Senate 2 Future U of D WILLIAM M GOODMAN Classlcal Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Chess Club 1 De batxng 1 2 Yearbook Staff 4 Future U of D MICHAEL F GRIFFIN Classlcal Course Honors 1 2 4 Acolytel 2 3 4 Cub News3 4 Sodalxtyl 2 3 4 Bellarmme Acad emy 3 4 Future U of D E DENNIS HAFELI Sc1ent1f1c Course Honorsl 2 3 Acolytel 2 3 4 Phys1csClub4 Bowlmg 4. Future' U of D PHILIP S HANNAFORD Scxentliic Course Honorsl 2 3 Ha,rlequ1ns3 4 KBS 1 2 Future U of D STEPHEN V GORYL SCICDILHC Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Band 2 Cross Country 3 4 Track Future Wayne State JAMES M GRIFFITH Sclentlflc Course Honors 1 2 3 Debatlng 1 2 Physlcs Club 4 Senate 4 Future U of D THOMAS E HARRINGTON SCICDLLGC Course Honors 1 2 3 Jets4 KBS 1 2 3 4 Physlcs Club 4 Sodahty I 2 3, 4 Senate 4 Future U of D 109 LAVS RENCE D HARRIS SClCI'IllflC Coure Honor 2 Phxsxcs Club 4 Future L of D CHARLES F Mfg ALEX P HAYES Sclentliic Course KBS 1 2 3 4 Future U of D HEN GSTEBECR DAIN IEL J HEIN RX Sclcntxtic Course Honorsl Acolxte Academlc Course Glge Club Xcar 4 KBS 1 2 3 4 5013311 book4 Bellarmme Acad 3 4 Future U of D 110 Qs. Future U of D JOHN R HALLE Sclentlflc Course Honors? 3 4 Aoytc12 3 4 Bandl 2 3 4 Sodallty 1 2 3 4 Future U of D MICHAEL J HEFFERIX AN Scxentlilc Course Honors! Z 3 4 Sodallty 1 2 3 4 Bellarmme Aca 3 4 Future U of D il f! JOHN H HAD SE Academic CourQc French Club 4 Future L of D 3 Qs Q45 VK ILLI ANI T HIGGINS QCIEYIIIUC Course llonor 7 Ihx :ci Clul14 Future L ol D 4 IL 1 K. '21- Y ' 'N . I . . ' A 74 -, h H2 - ' ' Ss 59 A ' 1' 5 K ' ' 9 val 4 C1 ,ms ,ms I 5 7 5 ' wg y K . i , .I ' I X .L . ' ' ' 5 ,,3 : Q ,, 12'-3-'M Acolyte1,Z,3,4gCubAdGuild3, hs ,I . d. ,. ' ' QA 1, . Z. - lvzylr-A-:nal tylr Q I .,. 2,3,4. - I AQ H. , I 1 z Y AM l ' --W t I S' " g s-,3: 'lu 3 .q', - K. fin' N 1' - ,Vita X 1 V ,S , iv g l 1 3 LEININ ETH E. HOFFERT JOSEPH VS. HOLLIS Scientific Course, Honors 1, 25 Scientiflc Course, Honors 1, 2, 35 Acolytc1,2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Jets 3, 4. K.B.S.1, Z, 3, 4. Future: U of D Future: U of D JAMES C HOWARTH RICHARD 5 HURST STEWART N HYMANS Academxc Course Honors 1 4 501911050 Course K B 5 3 Academic Course Acolytel 2 4 Debatmgl 2 4 FUN-ll'C U0fD Future M S U K S 1 2 Future Georgetown PATRICK R JONES THOMAS G JONES Academxc Course Physics Club 4 Sclentlflc Course Honors 1 2 3 4 Baseball 3 4 French Club4 KBS 1 2 3 Bel Future U of D larmme Acad 3 4 Future Loyola GEORGE F KEITH Screntxiic Course Honors 1, Z Elocuuon Fmahst 2 Bellarmme Academy 3 4, Senate 3, 4 Football Future Ferns Institute STEPHEN C KISZLOWSKI Academrc Course French Club 4 K B S 3 4 Future A1r Force Academy 112 THOMAS F. KENNEDY Academic Course Honorsl 2 3 4 French Club 4 Physxcs Club 4 Senatel Swunm1ng2 3 4 Future U of M JAMES P KELLY Scxentlhc Course Future U of D WILLIAM W KINASCHUK Academic Course French Club 4 Future U of M JOHN T KENNY Classxcal Course Honors 1 2 3 4 Acolyte 1, 4 Cub Ad Guild 3 De batmg 1 2, Elocuuon Fxnals 3 Harlequms 2, 3 4 Cub News 1 2 3, Editor in Cblef 4 Sodahty 1 2 Future U of D WILLIAM G KNEPFLE RALPH E KOBLINSKI Classlcal Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Sclen'-lflc Co'-use Honofsl 2 3 Acolytel 2 3 4 Sodahtyl 2 3 4 Yearbook4 Phys1csClub4 Bowl Future U of D mg 4 Future U of D v 11:1 , . 1 5 , 1 rr- I I Q31 ' , . 9' 2 Q . 5 :vas S 9' 1' 5 ,S 11 -- 9 ,- 3,4. 5 ',,9 rl rr: . ' ' Q yor: 11:-. ' Y V I 5 y ...,. - ,qv CHARLES KOCSIS Academic Course, Senate 45 Golf 4. Future: U of D KENNETH W. KOLDYS Classical Course, Honors 1, 2, 3, 49 Acolyte 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 25 Physics Club 45 Natl. Merit Finalist. Future Wayne State ROY E KOLLY Sclentxtic Course Honors 1 2 Physics Club 4 Future U of D SENIOR ROY F KONIECZNY E JEROME KORAN A03-demlf COUFSC Honors 1 2 4 Academlc Course Glee Club 2 Fl'6l1Ch Clllb 4 TCDHIS 2 3 4 Sclence Fan' 3 Football 2 B0W11U8 4 Future U of D Future U of D WILLIAM L KORTH Sclentxiic Course Honors 1 2 3 4 Senatel 2 3 Basketballl Z 3 Tenmsl 2 3 4 Future Notre Dame EDWARD L KOWALSKI Scxentlhc Course Honors 1 2 Future Lawrence Tech MICHAEL H. KRYVICKY Scientific Course Honors 1 Acolyte 1 2 3 Glee Clubl 2 Footballl 2 Future U of D DAVID A. KU-IAWA SCICHUHC Course, Honors 1, 2, 3, 4g Acolyte 3, 4g Chess Club 29 Science Falr 2 , Nat. Ment Fmallst. Future: U of D ANDREW R KUKLOCK Acadenuc Course, French Club 4 Future U of D IJFNNIS D I -XNIOINT Class1calLour c H norsl 7 3 4 KBS Z 3 4 Sodal1ty3 4 Foot bal 1 Future U of D 114 THOMAS A KULICK PAUL D LALLY Sclentxiic Course, Honors 1 2 3 4 Academic Course French Club 4 Acolyte234 GleeClub2 KBS KBS34 2 3 4 Cub News3 4 Sodahtyl Future Wayne State 2 3 4 Bellarmtne Acad 3 4 Senate 1 3 Future Notre Dame JAMES T LAS KY Academxc Course French Club 4 Future U of D S S 1 I 1 1 9 1 - ,, ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , , , , . . . . . , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 Q - 1 1 , . ...V K V Y Y . 4. . . .. . A . . Ss 0 Y ,-, , 5 Q 5 , - - - 1 1 1 5 ' I : A-lf.-2 ' . 1 C ROBERT LEADBETTER Academrc Course French Club 4 Senatel 2 Footballl 2 3 4 Baseballl 2 4 FRANK F. LEARNED Academrc Course K B S 1 Track 4 Future L of D Future Notre Dame EUGEN E F LEICH Academxc Course French Club 4 Tennlsl 2 3 4 Future Xavxer RONALD S LIPIEC Scxentuic Course Honorsl 2 3 Bellarmme Acad 3 4 Senate 4 Bowllng 4 Future U of D 43' is ALLEIN J LENART Academlc Course Physlcs Club 4 Future U of D Xu 53 JOHN! G LEFFEL Academic Course Acolyte 1 2 3 French Club 4 Basketball 1 Baseball 3 4 Future Holy Cross N. if of if GERALD G LElN ARTOWICZ Academlc Course Acolyte 1 French Club 4 Sodahty 1 Z Future U of D PAUL P LOGIINS Scientific Course Honors 1 2 3 Acolyte 1 Chess Clubl 2 3 Jets 3 Cub lNews 2 Track 4 Future U of M 115 5 'W' . . 1? A to ' v f v C. 5 . . . 5 . . l . 1 1 1 1 - . - I 1 21 I Y I , l ' Y D Y Y , Y 1 Y Y ' 1 I I - I Y 5 . Ar, 4 1 , 7 z 'ef --1. if ' . 1 7 f 7 J Y Y ' A 3 ' Q 1 21 9 1 131 4 U2-on., , A V lv 1 ' W , . v 4 A . - N ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 I Y Y ' ' , , 5 5 Ns ' 5 - 1 1 145 ' . 3 Y 9 - JOSEPH T LOINGO Sclentxflc Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Physics Club 4 Nat Ment Fmallst Future U of D CHARLES F MACDONALD Classrcal Course Honorsl 2 3 4 OSTAP S. MACIELINSKI Scientific Courseg Honors 1, 2, 3, 45 Physics Club 4. Future: Wayne State Physxcs Club 4 Yearbook 4 Tenms 3 Future U of D MICHAEL E MACK Sclentxlic Course Honors 2 3 Jets 3 4 Future U of D A JOSEPH J MAJTYKA Acadernxc Course Future U of M EDWARD P MANTURUK PATRICK D MASIERAK Acaderruc Course Honors 1 French Academrc Course Honors 1 Acolyte Club 4 K B S 4 2 3 French Club 4 Swxrnmmg 2 Future U of D Tenrus 2 3 4 Bowhng 4 Future Georgetown 116 THONIAS R NIALLEIS Classical Course Honors 1 3 4 Debatmgl 3 4 lntcrnatlonal Club 3 Senatel Future I, of D 1 Q :yn 5 ' ' ' ' ' . 9 l . . . I 5 5 I 2114- "a,,,-:5 - . .4 f . 9 ,JJ ,. S S S S Q . .. . , Q Q Q Z 3 7 5 ' f 4... - I . A .4 - A' 3 V 5, ' - 7 - , A., 1 --4-v 1 ' : uv Q ' ' . , . vu ,Q DONALD D MASKELL Academlc Course Sodahty 1 Future U of D .1 JAMES J MCCAFFERY JOHN A MCDONALD Suenugc Course Academlc Course Honors 3 Future Wavne State Full-Ire U of D WILLIAM J MCGOUGH Classical Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Acolytel 2 3 4 Debatmgl Elo cutxon Fmals 2 Harlequms 2 K B S 1 2 3 4 Cub News2 3 4 Sodahty 1 2 3 4 Yearbook4 Senate 2 3 4, Football 2, Swlmmmg 3, 4 Future Notre Dame PHILIP W MAYESKY SCIEIIUDC Course Honorsl 2 Band 1 2 GleeClub1 2 Future G M Tech WARD F MCDONOUGH Scxentxiic Course Honors 1 K B S 3 4 Senate 1 Football 1 2 3 4 Track 3 4 Future U of D HARRY J MCGOWEN Sclentrflc Course Future U of D 117 Y 4 . S: , 3 . I f 9 ' I xv : -Y 11 :- , 2.4. 1 . J ' Q Q Z ' ,Q I 9:11 ,. I rar, ' 1115 n ' , - S v , . :uri or: nrsl I rr . ' WILLIAM J MCGRAIL Academic Course Acolyte 1 2 French Club 3 4 Harlequins 3 4 Senate 3 Basketball l Tenms 2 Future U of D STEPHEN MCGRATTY Cl3SSlC3l Course Honorsl 2 3 4 KBS 3 4 Sodal1ty12 3 4 Bel larmme Acad 4 Future Holy Cross SENIOR MICHAEL J MCKEOWN DEINN IS F MCIN TYRE Screnuflc Course Cub News 3 4 Physlcs Club 4 Bellarmme Acad Future Georgetown A Harlequms 3 4 Cub News 4 Future Notre Dame PATRILR T NICTIGLE JUHA O MERIKOSKI Academic Course Svurnmrng 2 Future U of D K1 3 118 Academlc Course Honorsl 2 4 Acolxtel 7 French Club4 Jets Future U of D MICHAEL R MCLAUGHLIN Academic Course French Club 4 Gol 3 4 Future Georgetown . 5 . ' . ' 3, 4. ' 4 , 9 ' 9 , , , 9 1 I v I - - - 1 l I 1 1 y I ' 9 Q ' , ' . . 3, 4. 3 Scientifxc Courseg Acolyte 1, 2, 3, 45 A 1 Q - Q ' 9 " ' , ,4- Ermi - B: I ' rf 4 , L . .A m 'Sith' :A L J S 9 -A E f , . Q z ' " .I ' M A 4 ,' ,-g ' 5 I 3. ' .A Q . ' I E . WALTER T MICHNAL Academxc Course Acolyte 3 Band 12 3 4 Chessclubl 2 3 4 FrenchClub4 KBS 1 2 3 4 Future U of D DONALD J NADON Scxentrfrc Course , Physxcs Club 4 Future U of D 'gf ff' JOHN J MUIR Sclentrfrc Course Acolytel 2 3 4 Cub Ad Guxld 2 Band 1 2 Future U of D THOMAS T OLKOWSKI Classlcal Course, Honors 1, 2, 3, 4, Physics Club 4, Yearbook 4 Future U of D THOMAS I MILLER Scnentriic Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Sodahty 1 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 Future Xavrer DENNIS M OLSEN Screntliic Course, Honors 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 4, Track 4 Future Arr Force Academy THOMAS E MOORE Screntxiic Course Future John Carroll -3 E PATRICK MURRAY Academrc Course, Senate 1, 2, Foot ball 1, Z, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Basket ball 1 Future Xavrer 119 1 w f ' ' "f-3,f'1,g52,:3l:w?f. A' ,, , :iq J 1. ,- . Y 41,1 4 .- -4 . , 4 :fe1lV,1. 1 Af, . , 1513-'- 'Q 1,4 K 'sfwf I 1 , I 2 if . , , 1 S 5 Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - - 1 1 1 - A- . . 1 'aa' . 5 Y l 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' . 1 1 1 ' ,H 9 1 131 4- P TERREN CE O ROL RKE Cla 1calCoure Honorsl 2 3 4 Acolxtel 2 3 4 Elocutxon Fmal 2 jets3 4 KBQ 3 4 Sodartx 3 4 Xearbool-I 3 Ed1tor m Chret 4 Qenate 4 Future Georgetown JOHN A OZOG Academlc Course Honors 1 3 French Club 3 4 Harlequms 3 4 Future U of D FRANK R ORR Sclentxflc Course Honors 1 Future U of D TIMOTHYJ PAINIAN TINIOTHY 'NI PATRICK -Xcademxc Cour e French Club 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Future L of D 120 Academlc Course Honors 4 French Club 4 Physlcs Club 4 Future U of D SENIORS DOL GLAS J PAH LOXX SKI ALFRED NI PELHAM SCICDIII-IC Course Honors 1 2 3 4 Sclentlflc Course Honors! 2 3 Future U of D Debating 1 Internatxonal Club 3 Jets 3 4 Phvslcs Club 4 Bellar mme Acad 4 FRANCIS C PASTERNAK Future U of M Sclentrflc Course Honors 2 3 Future IJ of D WILLIAM J PETERSMARK Academlc Course Honorsl Acolyte 3 4 French Club4 KBS 3 4 Basketballl 2 Footballl 2 3 4 Future Xavler QW, STEPHEN V PETIX Cl2.SSlC3.l Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Chess Club 1 Debatmg 1 Elocu tlon Finals 2 Glee Club 1 2 Har KBS1 CubNews234 So dalltyl Z 3 4 Future Georzetown ANDREW A PETRINA THOMAS PIASTA AC3dBmlC Course Honors 1 3 Academlc Course, Honors 1 Chess Club 1 2 Future U of D Future U of D GREGORY F PILARSKI Smentxiic Course Baseball 3 4 Football 1 2 Future U of D RONALD G POWELL l Academxc Course, Acolyte 1, 2, French Club 4, Glee Club 1 ALBERT E QUARTON Academic Course, French Club 4 Future U of D Future U of D 121 ,igiii if-f, we: 'A' ?5i,. l l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - - 1 1 . ' 1 1 ' 1 l 1 1 1 l ' S 1 l ' Senate 2, 3. 74 lequins 3, 45 International Club 35 I ' - ' - l 1 1 1 ' l ! I ' N . S 1 9 . D , 3- . . 5 , J , . : , . Z MARION J. RAKOWSKI Academic Course Honorsl French Club4 Swlmmrngl 2 3 Captaln Future U of D RICHARD E. RASSEL Scientiflc Courseg Honors l 2 S Bellarmine Acad. 3, 45 Football 1, 23 Golf 3, 45 Senate 2, 3. Future: Notre Dame JOSEPH D RECK Academic Course Honors 3 Acolyte 1 2 Bandl 2 French Club3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 Jets3 4 Physrcs Club 4 Scxence Farr 4 Swlmmmg 12 3 4 Senate2 4 Future Notre Dame RONALD E REGINA THOMAS E REISS l Academlc Course Honors 1 Bowl Sclentlfrc Course Honors 1 2 3 1ng4 Acolytel 2 3 4 Debatmgl 2 4 Future U of D Jets 4 Sodallty 2 3 4 Nov, wr? LEON ARDJ RICARD Scltntltlc Court H n rsl 7 Bandl 2 GleeClub1 7 Nat Merit I-mah t Future M I T Future U of D JERRX J RININIER Sc1entmcCoursc Honor 1 V A xte12 3 Band? 3 4 Senate 1 Future L of D WILLIANI J ROBIIN SON Screnuhc Course Honors 1 Acolytel 2 3 Bandl 2 Jets3 Internatlonal Club 3 Basketball 1 2 Footballl 2 3 4 Track2 3 Future U of D EDWARD I RDTKOWSKI Classxcal Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Debatmg 1 Jets 3 4 PhySlCS Club Future U of D WILLIAM P RYDER Academic Course Honorsl Debat mg l French Club 4 Harlequms 4 Future U of D WALTER J ROXEY Scxenufxc Course Honorsl 2 Acolytel 2 3 4 Footballl 2 3 Future U of M JOSEPH C RYGIEL Sclentlflc Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Chess Club 2 Jets 3 4 Physr s Club 4 SCICDCC Fa1r 2 3 4 Bellar mme Acad 3 4 Future U of D ROBERT F SANKE DONALD W SAUNDERS Sclentxiic Course Honors2 3 4 Academrc Course Senate3 4 DALE A RUSTONI Scxentxfrc Course Honors 2 Cheer leader 3 4 Cross County 3 4 Future U of D Acolyte2 3 4 Jets3 KBS 1 2 Future U ofD 3 4 Cross Country 3 Future U of D 12 I . v I C' 'A ' ' ' 9 1 25 ' f 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 ' I 1 Y I I I ' ' ' 9 , s ' ' 9 s 1 1 Y 5 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - 4. : . 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K.B.S. 3, 49 PhY51CS Club 41 1 z f Q x, ln 49,135 12 ' 1, , l , 3 ' ' ' 9 1 , 9 ' 5 1 - 1 1 S S - - - 1 1 5 I 1 ' ' JAMES H SCHAEFER Academxc Course Future U of D CHRIS F SCHEARER Academlc Course Honors3 French Club 4 Physics Club 4 Bellarmxne Acad 3 4 Baseba1l2 3 4 Future Notre Dame CHARLES D SCHEWE ROBERT S SECORSKI Classxcal Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Sclentlfxc Course Honorsl 2 Jets 3 4 KB S 3 4 Yearbook 3 Future U of D 4, Bellarmme Acad 3 Baseball 2 Future John Carroll SENIORS T CHRISTOPHER RAYMOND A SETLOCK SHREVE Sclentliic Course Honorsl 2 Classlcal Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Future UofD Bandl KBS 1 2 3 4 Sodallty 1 2 3 4 Bellarmlne Acad 3 4 124 Future Georgetown DAX ID G SIGLIN Sclentlfic Course Honorsl 2 Band 1 2 3 4 Chess Clubl 2 Bellar mme Acad 3 Future U of M - - 2 y - S 1 -rr rr- ,v r I 1 ivy: 9- - ,Q...,, 1 . .K ' -Q 1 3,4. 5 y- 1 ryyl - 1'--:xxx 1x:r -1- ,, Y T ' n A " 3 ,S vrrg rg ' W' JOHN SKIRGAUDAS SCICDILDC Course Honorsl 2 3 4 KBS 1 2 3 4 Basketball 2 Future U of D JOSEPH A SLOWIK RUSSELL SMALL SCICDUHC Course, Basketball 3 Sclentxlic Course, Honors 1, 2 Future U of D Senate 2 Tenms 3 4 ALAN R SMIERTKA Sclentxflc Course Honors 1 2 Jets 3 Physics Club 4 Swlmmmg 3 4 Future U of D Future U of D LARRY E SLIMAK SCICDUHC Course Honors 1 2 Foot ball 1 2, 3 4 Bowlmg4 Future U of D JOHN G SMEGGIL Classlcal Course Honors 1 2 3 4 Acolytel 2 3 4,Ba.nd12 3 4 GleeClub1 2 Jets3 4 Physlcs Club 4 Bellarmme Acad 4 Future U of D J CLARKE SMITH AmdEm1C Course French Club 4 Jets 3,4 KBS 2 3 4, Basketball 2 Future U of D 125 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 'L 1 1 1 - - - 1 1 1 1 - . 1 1 1 - I 1. ' ' , . xi. ' . V vgggg 1 ' nt., . . ' . ' 1' 1 1 1 1 1 I Q , . 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 A 1 1 , . . 1 1 1 , ' 7 5 Q , . 1 - - - 1 1 I R , 11 131 4' JOSEPH R. SMULSKY Scientiflc Course, Honors 1, 2, 3, 43 Physics Club 4, Swimming 2. 3, 4. Future: U of D P.-1' DAINIEL NI STOCK Sclentrflc Course Honors 3 4 Acolxte 3 4 Debaung 3 Phx IC Club 4 I-uturt Mr Forcc Acadcmx 126 JAMES H sRoCK Academic Course Acolytel 2 3 4 French Club 4 Glee Club 2 Future U of D ANTHONY I STEN GER Screntxiic Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Senatel 2 Footballl 2 Future U of D ROBERT F STANKEWITZ Scxentrfrc Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Physlcs Club 4 Bellarmme Acad 4 Future U of D JAMES P STENGER SCl.E.I1.f.lflC Course Honorsl 2 Senate 3 Newspaper 2 3 Physrcs Club4 Baseballl 2 3 4 Foot balll Z 3 Capta1n4 Future Notre Dame MARK A STOLARSKI Swlmmlhgl 2 3 4 Future U of D l if GREGORY F STRAUSS Future U of D A ' 9 , , , 9 ' ' z , , , s s . ' 5 ' - - ' ' 9 , s S 1 S . S r 1 y Q ' . - I ' 7 I I ' Y ! 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' ' ws , 1 . ,' . : ' Y 'g js' s M 1 CHARLES A STURTEVAN T Sclentlflc Course Honors 3 K B S 3 4 Physlcs Club 4 Nat Merlt Fmahst Future U of M DONALD S SUTKIEWICZ Academlc Course French Club 4 Physlcs Club 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Future U of D DENNIS B SULLIVAN TIMOTHY J SULLIVAN Academxc Course French Club 4 Scxenuilc Course Honors 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 Acolyte 1 K B S 3 4 Physics Club Future U of D 4 Yearbook 3 Bellarmnne Acad 3 Future Notre Dame ERNEST A SWITANOWSKI Sclentliic Course Honors 3 Acolyte 2 3 4 Baseball2 3 4 Future U of D DENNIS E SZALADZINSKI SCICDUDC Course Baseball 2 Future U of D JOHN J SZOTT Sc1entL6c Course Honors 1 2 3 Internatxonal Club 3 Physics Club Future U of D 127 STANLEY F SZWEDA EDWINJ TERRY Scxentxiic Course, Honors 1, 2 Sclentltic Course Honors 2 Acolyte Future U of D 3 4, Football 2 Future U of D JOSEPH J TORMA Academxc Course, Honors 1, 2 K B S 3 Future M S U ROBERT V TRUDELL Academic Course Honorsl Swim mmg 3 Future M S U K CARL S TOMOFF Classlcal Course Honorsl 2 3 GleeClub12 KBS 1 2 3 Physxcs Club 4 Sodahty 1 2 3 Bellarmme Acad 3 4 Tenms 2 Future Purdue DANIEL T TWOMEY Classxcal Course, Honors I 2 3 4 Jets3 4 KBS 3 4 Physlcs Club 4 Soladxty 3 4, Bellarmme Acad 3 Future Notre Dame RAYMOND ll ULBRICH NIARN IN F UMSTEAD Sclenufic Course Acolyte 4 K B S 5C1CI1l1f1C COUFSC Honors 1 2 1 2 3 4 Bg1larmmgAg3d 3 4 Acolyte4 Band2 3 4 KBS 4 Future Loyola. Future U of D ,i'i41J,f .Arif 'i":5 Y Y 1 74 1 5 - -- Q 1 143 9 7 I 14 . , 3 ,3 4 ' - 5 1 I , ' . . ' s v I ' 1 2 x 5 . , Q . . . , Q A . . . . , , . ,-,.Z:.1, X' V 7 A . . . . . ' ' 5 Q S 1 1 v ,,,g .,. Y v1,4--- AI-GER F- VAN HOEY DANTE s. VANNELLI 561611056 C01-USB Academrc Course French Club 4 Future U Of D Future Loyola WILLIAM D WEITZEL Debatlngl 2 Jets3 Sodalltyl 2 3 4 Yearbook3 4 Future U of D SENIORS JOSEPH A VIESON PHILIP T WACHNA Classxcal Course Honors 1 2 3 4 Academic Course French Club 4 S0d3Illy 3, 4 B8,SkCtb3.u 1 2 3 Future U of D Captam 4 Golf 1 2 3, Captam 4 Future Georgetown WILLIAM I VIVIANO CIZSSICZI Course Honors 1 2 3 4 Jets 3 KB S 3 4, Yearbook 3 Edxtor rn Chief 4 Future U of D LEONARD D WERNETTE Acolyte 1 2, 3 4, Bowling 4 Future U of D 129 . ' Q l 6, nf V' L A , L I I I 1 1 2 f I Q . A ' I Q I 1 1 y I ' ' 9 , , - . Classical Coursey Honors 1, 2, 3, 4,' Scientiiic Courseg Honors 1, 2g ' , 9 s ' , , , , ' ' . r S 1 - 5 f ' S 1 i I I 4 V V ' I ' ' ' D l ! Hin ' 1, , . ,A .'A"':- 4, JEROME P. WIATER CHARLES M. WIDER Classical Course, Honors 1, 2, 3, 4: Scientific Course, Honors 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, Cheerleader 1, Glee Club Acolyte 1, 2, 3, 4, Jets 3, 45 K.B.S. 1, 2, Sodality 45 Physics Club 45 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Bellarmine Acad. 4, Yearbook 3, 4, Futureg U of D Football 1, 2, Track 3, 4. WESLEY E WIN ARSKI Academxc Course Basketball 1 Future U of D Future: U of D FREDERICK C WISE Academu: Course Acolyte 1 2 3 4 French Club 4 Future U of D GER SLD 'NI XX OL-Hx JQHN S XR OZN IAK Academlc Course Llass1calCourse Honorsl Z 3 4 Future U of D Fur 're Upf D JEROME J WOJCIECHOWSKI Screntnic Course Jets 3 4 Future U of D 'G'-' 4 - . Y A 7 iv ' v ,v 1 0 GEORGE H WRIGHT DENNIS M ZEMBALA Scientific Course Honors4 Har Scientific Course Honorsl 2 Cub Acad 4 Track 3 Senate 4 Bellarmme Acad 3 Future U of D Future Wayne State BRUCE M ZERA Scxentlfnc Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Future Marquette LAWRENCE J ZGLINIEC Classical Course Honors 1 2 3 4 Acolyte 1 Harlequms 3 4 Jets 3 Sodalrtyl 2 3 4 Future U of D RAYMOND C KOLHOFF Although Ray has gradu ated ln a greater sense than any of hrs classmates never theless he will be Wlth us in spmt As a consistent hon ors man and a member of the Cub Ad Guild, Ray ex emplliied the virtues of loy alty and generosity to his fellow students, school, and God JAMES C ZURAWSKI Sc1ent1iic Course Honorsl 2 3 4 Acolyte 1 2 3 4 Physics Club4 Basketball 1 2 Future Marquette 4 i , G Y ' ' 9 9 - ' ' s , 9 ' ' 9 , , , 9 lequins 49 Sodality 49 Bellarmine Ad Guild 1, 2, 3, 43 Debating 25 Physics Club 45 Nat. Merit Finalist. . g 3 . ' . . 2 . 1 1 1 i I D I l . ' ' 9 . , S Q 1 v v D 1 1 9 - ' ' 132 Q 'H 1 The Paste-holding the pictures in the scrapbook, much the same, our minds hold the happenings those pictures portray as repre- sentative of our lives here at school the same as books and homework 4 HDid you hear, we're going to play Catholic Central?" took the place of usual greetings as old friends met during the first few weeks of school. The big game monopolized conversations before school in the morning, between classes during the day, or almost anytime. The men of U of D High expected something big and they were not disap- pointed. Bands, parades, disc-jockies. sports-personalities, and even the mayor combined to make the 27th of September an unforgettable day in the minds of all. The only disappointing part of the whole affair was the lack of beer after the game, Sunday-to cry in, of course. THE STRAIN of the hard-fought battle shows on the bench as well as in the stands. FRED WOLF and hh wandering Wig- loo winds its way to the L' of D High Campus, AT HALF TIME, THE WORTHY U of D - CC WEEKE s-Q35 CHARITIES SHARE IN THE FESTIVITIES. 1 ," 1rzf,ff?" 'N"'i L 'A 'V' 1-'wwl"fz"'xrul"' f 1"'!!? "F"T" A"" A,-,, ,,,,,--- " 1" 7' ' ' 4433? 'F 3 : ' .1 1' . 12' ., f J,...av-"A" .- V I I 1 I I , f , , 'Q I . FR. STEINER, SJ., addresses the combined student bodic at thc Mass of the Holy Ghost. SOME U of D HIGH CUBS join in with the pre-Mass parade. RON LIPIEC'S PRIZE-WINNING FLOAT TOURS THE FIELD. il . 'I N Q ul' " I 'xff"f",f.' vi r - v' 'Q f "7 J I fag f 1. , I : s -vv gn. an b I lrfln . ' Q I h A Wfiwf. 9645! S -'lf , 1 . LL . aqii bl k C VI .4 A T A .I .2 -3 75:53 - ,F .'5'12 ,iff S., . fat ' 5 f ' ' " ' . - ." .1---, , -, ' ' , f'v1 - hr' e..'-arg.-5 . 5 1, .H 'wi .,' 'f- - -. 59' . Q ,M ,. T '1A-XX! " ' 3131231 ' - ' '-, y," - --- - F' " - J- , ,347 vp 'W . - ,.,,, Q' . ' . 'N I ' r f 9 N 'ffrli I I Xtvl '- .-3:-I . ' ' ' Ts "A ' "' fl 11... ' ' I . ' ' . - L - an 1-...A 91 I . ' 1-2-+ ...- - Y X E " ...Q , ,Q . J .. 1. A I M.. - 'W vf'r'f.l':0,4 L' 'o I .fi I' 3 sl i 'Te' I Tp' I W -"- "-: E : at - R 1-,Lage Le SCRAPS "WHO'S GOT THE FLASH? ITS C-O-L-Df' 8-n ONLY PIYE MINUTES In-ft in thc Latin test. FRESH GROUND MEAT goes into every hamburger. xB l ,,.,...-1-,. 4..-. ,fx L -iii:-1-qv ,gt ,t 4-- 5 ?w'+ E W MRING TOO BIG, HIJHPU PETE SCHWARTZ AND HIS RUBY RUMBLERS. ANOTHER JET-SPONSORED FIELD TRIP. :tu rf f ,-VQHQE 87118. M 0. I YH 'fm I T . n Q ' 9 L .-My 3'Ql"' f, . f ur' 'Q' - ff 'T 1 E Th +if?:T f A-T'W"ff""l "f - ' , A , 1 A ,awe ' "ay in f ' ., I A ,H A n . CUB SUPPORTERS anxiously follow the play at the CC game. FROSH NIGHT SIGN ON THE DOTTED LINE. WE'LL D0 ANYTHING to get out of homework. THAT'S MY BOY I" On October 22 the Dadsl Club welcomed in the new class of freshmen and their Dads with the annual Freshman Night. Fun, games, and excitement mounted as the freshmen competed en masse for favor before their Dads. The Cross-Country team closely scrutinized play and awarded first place to class lj. Mr. Shapker. SJ.. offici- ated and periodically cleaned the blood off the tug-of-war rope and the basketballs, as the frosh went at it rough and ready. After the games were over, the Dads retreated to the cafeteria for refreshments and small talk while the undefatigable freshmen played basketball. As the evening drew to a close. the last freshman headed for the linimentg and their Dads said. "So long." to the many new acquaintances they had made with teachers and other Dads. UAW! COME ON, LESLIE!" USO THATS how they mash our potatoes!" STEADY as she goes. STEP BY STEP, he walked his way to victory. li .2 6 ED CHRISTIE introduces the Homecoming Queen and her Court. "Wave high, maroon and white MISS KATHY JOYNT, of Immaculata High, Homecoming Queen. S. 46 I I ti-04' -' ,- O A HUMDINGER For some reason certain school activities fade out of our memories, but others hold a special spot in the mind of every student. Certainly the '59 Homecoming falls into the class of unforgetables. But, as in all well-remembered events, much went into it. The many ingredients included a winning football team. colorful tloatsi pretty girls. and plenty of hard work and planning. These went into cooking up one of l' of IJ Highs biggest and most successful school events-the homecoming game with St. Joes 'l'he recipe: l 1 take one brisk November day: 21 add one gala parade. complete with homecoming queen and court and gener- ously sprinkled with floats: 39 mix thor- oughly with one football team. determined to win: 4r bring to a quick boil with a series of spectacular playsg 51 serve topped with a victory dance and you have a treat the L' offlj High student lqutij' wont stroll forget. ALL EYES are on thc Held as the Cubs devour thc Bluejays. Are you sure Batista's here today?" LW MQUEL 5 P mms SUUQU ' Q 'H-A...,,,..,i THE PARADE assembles before the game at the U of D campus, G0 CUBS 141 if ,, f 4, 14. . -. ,qi 6 fl 'Q' ". ' f",L"1' HN nw as 'Y "'W""' WWI Ffur nv. Q QW llf' nr 5 ' 1 43"1gr--xy'-. l'il"?U1 1. ,,,.. .., . 4 U Xi texifmn, .x T 'mt f Q , j - - V f 2 i":ff'r . 5' K' - " , pfiiafz 'l 3" 2 : . ,:....w.,f-' ' I ' I J 13 , lx . Q ' . N 1, 5- , +. ' A v , QE' K ,1- '15 ' 5 . 9: , ,Q Z -4 ei 0"""' ss. 1:3-'Y' fi-J I A1 ' X, -e N . X ! .W ,fix .41 "'-' f. I 3' f , N, I 'v 'fe eww .XM - gy . . , ,Q "QT funn x I .,F' 9 mal QQ 5 P. W, X A 'JN A up 9 4' f I I 1 ,. I A ' iff me 1 ,k.,,.. 1. X naw 0 ,.f.,- -1 4 . 1 -3 xx 'Y vz. -. l I ' ',f'4":' f , , V , ' '44 5 .4 ,. " .. lr' 'fm . . ' ,J R i J s nf J I , V, 1 , . I K r . Q U' "WELL?" THE LOUNGE We follow the blaring sound of a julie box down the steps to the entrance of an exclusive club for seniors onlyQthe Lounge. The door is always open-to let the smoke escape. Our eyes adjust to the dim light. and we View the abject patrons. Around the walls sit the intelligentsia of the school-asleep. The more athletically inclined of the group are found in the back room engrossed in a strenuous game of ping-pong. But our attention centers on a card table in the middle of the room where sits the owner of the club, Father Brewer-known to his friends as f'I'ere'l- teaching the boys a few tricks of the trade at the house-game, pinochle. CAN YOU GIVE ME A HAND?" LOUNGERS indulge in a senior slap-jack session. WRIT- PRUS PRUYIV PINK,-lUNt1lROlXl.rS ,ax "SHUT UP AND BID I" "LOOK MA. NO CAYITIES !" qt' L. M l' C 9 .- , .X T. ffvi' I , , . CM -., , A, . HOME is where you make it xxf NOT EVEN THE POLICE COULD FIND THE BOMB . . . aA"""' ...e-' "JUST LIKE STUFFIN' A TURKEY! 'AUS WELL-CONDITIONED QU.-XRTERBACKS, we doesnt need no uniform." STUDENT SENATE builds new stadium for I'Cub Nine." ANOTHER CAFETERIA "HOT PLATE SPECIAL." 4,14 SETTING SUN SILHOUETTES gridiron heroes - Young and Old. 5- '4Isn't FOUR pennies MORE THAN ONE nickel?" . . .BUT THESE THREE JUNIORS DID - TOO BAD! - X av I 1 GALA ITE QUITE A SIGHT IT can't be the CAFETERIAV' IN THE GYM. The ticket said fiThe Gala Pink Ball, presented by the U of D High Mothers' Club, Saturday, February 20, 196O.l' The festivities were .the culmination of much hard work. Weeks before, plans were laidg and work began on making the beautiful decorations. Several days before. the mothers began decorating the gym. Pink lanterns and papering along with greenery and brightly colored tables were care- fully arranged. The night before a hand-picked crew went to work on the library. The tables and chairs disappeared and in their place appeared the fabulous pink decor. Pink elephants and palm trees invaded the cafeteria. Saturday afternoon final preparations were made. About 8:15 ITM. the first couples arrived: by 9:00 ITM. a near capacity crowd of students filled the library and danced to the music of jerry Fenby. Meanwhile in the gym parents and their guests danced to the music of Dave Farley and engaged in rollicking games of bridge and pinochle as the merrymaking reached a fever pitch. The entire school rocked with music and laughter as l' of D High held its annual Gala Night. , i .' Q :nun ' 9-if b x fi I ,Aga Wax' A 7 . QW? 'it " W, QA - . 1 ' ' Sd I 55:5 J. s - 'HU Us 'I ,L if f ffsi: E ,. 150 ... -v"!,"' ' . X M" '-rl '4-is "Schools got you down, huh?" ALL HGAUL' is divided into three parts . . . THE CAFETERIA STAFF is quick to get rid of any unnecessary trash. SCRAPS .cl YK i .'ff.',g HNOW, SON, take the advice of a well-groomed, experienced athlete." "ANOTHER JUGGIE SERVES OUT HIS TERM." "WHAT THIS SCHOOL LACKS is a hat-check girl! UPINNED AT LAST !" I ' 5 1 6 ,t , Q . 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