University of St Thomas - Aquinas Yearbook (St Paul, MN)

 - Class of 1954

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'gm .7 E . 2 .2- Q K The l954 quina CO-EDITORS Clayton Coughlin Stanley Marrs SECTION EDITORS Thomas Butler Martin Campion Thomas Gomilak Marc Roggenbuck Richard Whalen Theodore Wintord Paul Wirtz PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR James Luther Published by ADVISER Donald W. Conway PRODUCTION MANAGER Robert Yankovec PHOTOGRAPHERS Maurey Allen Edward Gerstner James Guldan James Harley William Larkin The College of St. Thomas St. Paul, Minnesota Foreword People have a Tendency To be preTenTious, To glorify and To idealize everyday occur- ances, and Thus To rob Them of Their homely beauTy. Since preTenTiousness is rare aT ST. Thomas, We have Tried in This yearbook To capTure The sTeadily glowing school spiriT, The inTormaliTy, The quieT, buT warm friendliness which per- vades our College commmuniTy. WiTh all sinceriTy we hope ThaT This aTTi- Tude is reTlecTed in The l954 Aquinas, and ThaT we have provided an accuraTe record OT The pasT year aT ST. Thomas. Contents Faculty page 9 Classes page 29 Organizations page 75 Calendar page IOI Athletics page l27 Military page l5l Index p page l59 Q , I . .,... f:b.:+E1' NW , N . 5 , 4 7 Q v- '- ,z-:-1-+14 x X x V ,r 'if l T-Zigi' , 4 I I, , ,, . '1 O U , I fy' . , Q +1- -5 Vi 5 , if E 5 54 'Ss . I 49 , 1 1 . , -fr .....-w' 'ua 3' iii' 15,1 5-, 'lf q,"4 "lu V K, V 9 ' ' ' ' . 7 1 ' 4 f , if 1 " ,fy ' fq 4'-2 -5 X. - 1-QL 1 " . ,. 1, -, . f ,gl 4 Dedication Our i954 Aquinas is humbly dedicaTed To His Holiness Pope Pius XII, Vicor oT Jesus ChrisT and Supreme PonTiFl of The Universal Church. During his ouTsTonding ponTiTicoTe he has raised The presTige of The Papocy in modern Times To unprecedenTed heighTs, and Today, all ChrisTendom looks To him for example and guidance. This year We are enjoying one of our Holy FaTher's many inspired ocTions, The proclamoTion of The Moriah Yeor, os We pray and work for ThoT peace which only ChrisT con give. 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Goodwin, Business Manager, and Mr. John T. ST. Martin, Rev. William E. O'Donnell, Dean of The College. Bursar, get Together To discuss some imporfanf financial mafters. Page Twelve Do n Administration Alley Mr. Raymond G. Mock, Director of Siudenf Pla-cement, Tries To convince John W. Mohrloacher that his class in Career Planning is nor a waste -of time while Robert W. Beaudry looks on. - W' ':rs'rn1qr,naww -4 x?""w.": 424 -si Mr. Leonard J. Rogge, Purchasing AgenT ond SuperinTendenT of Rev. Donold J. Gormley, RegisTror, discusses The meriTs Buildings ond Grounds, Tokes Tirne To pose for The phoTogrcipher. of on incoming Treshmon wiTh J. Dempsey ond J. Powell. Rev. Robert J. WiTTmon, STudenT Counselor, helps Thomos Mr. Donald J. Leyden, DirecTor of Public ReloTions, ond Mr. EmmeT Clcisemcln solve some difTiculTies wiTh his drofr bocird. J. Murphy, Alumni SecreTory, hove cu friendly choT by Room lO8A. D vision s of Language and Literature The Reverend Frederic Bieter, Director of The Division of Language and Literature, enjoys a brief interrupation during a con- ference vvith sophomore Tom Mahoney. Mr.'James McGraw, Mr. Maurice Quinlan, and Mr. Joseph' Gabler, all of the English Department, pause briefly in Their examination of a newly published English text. The Reverend Mathias Gillen and Cornelius McNa mara, both the Department of Foreign Languages pause in the Administration Building corridors liar' ,p X W1 Mr. Joseph B. Connors, Chairman of the English Department, cheerfully agreed to be photo- graphed with seniors Bob Doherty and Bob Yankovec. Mr. Max Schmidt, Mr. Herbert Willging, and Mr. William Caine smilingly greeted the photographer during a briet chat in the Foreign Language Office, Mr. George Toman, Mr. Richard Boo, and Mr. James Colwell, just returned from lecturing Freshman -composition classes, still managed to look pleasant. ff pw I Z ni All Division of cience and athematics Mr. Wilbur Moulton with Mr. William Larson, Director of the Division of Science cmd Mathematics, and Mr. William Tomsicek, former director, pause briefly to have their picture taken before returning to their classes. Mr. Ralph Winter, Mr. Roy Dowling, Mr. Kenneth McMillan attend Mr. Fred J. Taylor and Mr, Takashi Terami, math a meeting ot the Mathematics Dept. with Chairman Franklin Smith. "Profs," aren't criticising last year's Aquinas, they iust clidn't want to pose all by themselves. ' A i I X jf' 5 f . Z Q3 y ll :,g,g:5- f- X -V 5 , fi 5 : W 1, ass- 2 V 'WX f..-q g-saw ,.'1t"ssQ i . , . "" , . , ,,:,,. in Mr. John Geisen and Mr. Paul Germonn, who are Mr. Edwin Becker and Mr. Joseph Reuber, instructors of the Chemistry members of the College Biology Deportment, check Department, spend ci tew moments of relaxation before ending the day some items ot Mr. G-ermonn's current research sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Mr. George Stubbs, Mr. Harold Hughesdon, and Mr. Matt Mr. Camelo Privitera, Mr. Richard Deon, and Mr. Robert Grundtner discus the merits ofthe Physics Deportment. Klug! who are members of the Biology Department, discuss a specimen that was observed under a new microscope - L' ' -- 'JW - I , L1 lnn.,,a,- Division of Social S i nce Mr. Hcirold Hinderer ond Mr. Fronk Gerlcich, instructors in Accounting omiobly pose for the photographer. . , ., . ,,,., .M:1 . I 41-2' 4:j ' 1- 2 A -N Rv:- Z in ' asf, in-:-: i it L w fwfr? . ' 1 s .'-2153-3 1 r. ew I- V A , 1-:ct ' -at ' : .vm . i ' f-15:24, ' ':,1afwr.5: 2-f.,f5'gjq.T: f-".-ff. , . 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Mundi were solving a pressing social problem when visited by the photographer Page Twezzly Division Philosoph , Psychology, and Religion The Reverend Walter L. Le Beau is Director of the Division of Philosophy, Psychology, ancl Religionp in addition to his duties at St. Thomas Father LeBeau has attained national prominence through his marriage counselling work and marriage courses. Formidable foes of all "Orangemen" are Mr. John O'Connor, Assistant Professor ot Philosophy, Mr. Franklin McGrane, Chairman of the Psychology Departmentg and Mr. Frederick Flynn, Chairman of the Philosophy Dept. , . cy, J --H. ,J ' , z I - My ., ,Q 5 f,....,ic.. wfiffy if " - rf 1 , W ., :f - 'May .- fo -:H-mf 1 ' 4,5-'--'fy 11 " 5 ' ,,.:Q:?'2s:f-,:, ' Y H-:--gn-'z:55,.w . U" .lf , ,f wo 9 Eg -. 29 -,1 '1W?"a viii' 'f42aZi'fP' , 1. "view 'f ' "'P"m,. ' any ' N A . ,,., Ang,-1-: I "ma I 3:4'49,-V., 2 X ,. -.M 'w'f' w..1 . V , I ,, 4: 1,'fg:v'4-1 :- . 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Gathered in their O'Shaughnessy Hall Office to be p-hoto- Mr. Elbert Donahue, Mr. James LeMay, and Mr. Ralph Thuente ot graphed before the next Physical Education class are Mr. the Education Department lost their interest in the Aquinas Paul Sokol, Mr. William Funk Jr., and Mr. Frank J. Deig. photographer when an Aquin reporter appeared in their oltice. J . ol , ' j Division of Fin Arts Mr. Anthony Chiuminatfo, DirecTor of The Division of Fine ArTs, goes over a score wiTh Mrs. Bernadeiie Aurelius, , insTrucT-or of Music. Mr. Francis N. Mayer and Mr. Philip LillesTal lisTen as Mr. James Chiado Mr. John Lee Doll is explaining The maTerial of reads The program Tor The convocaTion presenTed by The College Chorus. some of The speech courses To Richard T. K. Li. Division l t' Here aT The College of ST. Thomas, LT. Col. Thomas D, Whife, Professor of Air Science and Tactics, direcfs The RCTC program, The chief means of procuring qualified iunior officers. . Col. ArThur E. Kennedy and Mai. John VV. Kreifz engaged CapT. ClenTon Crain discusses The merifs of The Oklahoma a baffle of wifs in The AFROTC's World Siruafion Room. Aggies' lasT baskefbcill game wiTh Capf. Stephen F. Farry. , 1.-. e .1 ' by-.wr --ff :' Capt. Francis G. Lampert and Capt. L. A. Dye laugh at the Capt. Clayton Schlemm and Cadet Marc Roggenbuck smile on hear photographer who has not been in an Air Science class. ing that no Friday classes will be held during the second semester Sergeants Jerry Witt and William Thompson gathered around Ser- Standing around Sergeant. John H. Pugh's desk are geant Robert Brismaster's desk to check the informative record cards. 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Y T i, i A F l 5 i i i The Junior Class officers manage to display their best smiles The President, are Bob Stein, Treasurer, Mr. Robert Conlin, Ad- as they pose tor Their picture. Standing around Bob Donaldson, viserp Emmett O'Mearo, Secretary, and Fron Mach, Vice President The Class of I955 I Top row: D. Feider, T. Garvey, D. Parizino, D. Kobbe, J. Bury, P. Adams. Bottom row: D. Hofmeisier, P. Windus, J. R. McGuire D. Francis. Standing: J. Kellen, L. Hierath. Middle row: R. Simon, D. Wesfrup, A. Danielson, F. Heiser. Front row: T. Duffy, R. Stein, J. O'NeiIl, A. Collinge. u.4'xuU1sffI 1 4 Top row: B. McCormick, J. Engel, J. Lonnon, K. Buck, A. Lucas, R. Ba umguriner, R. Olson, G. Aclomski, R. Campion, G. Anclerson, R. Mc- Guire. Boifom row: E. Geisenhoi, D. Frandis, M. Freln, R. Li, G. Robasse. Top row: C Bauer, D. RoEers, R. Donulclson. Boflom row: J. Engel, J. Mullen, R. Call, R. Arneberg, P. Doll, G. Robasse. 'T'Q'E,'1-'A-74.1 1 . .Q . Mqqy, J - 'Fl W '--r .. .M .-.iw Top row: R. 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X , ' f.f.,,-gf--V .. . ,. f , f , 1- lg.,-, ,. - 4 , ,,, 5'1f"?I-ggia' A 1f"'1f-ff '- Q- - 52 3.1.3, J- Sui, . ix , Q fi- -g21,4lf1E1if 'L' '--1. : ? 'KJ J. b b aw w, - - M' 1 . as F A f ' in -f?'L 3 -L Q " ff . - ,,g.. -4159.3 . n-1 ,. ': ' ,, ff" m f' 3- ' , sw A ' f""l4 4 ax: gr ,W , , 4 f i '45 ff ow: D. Hofmeisier, J. Bilski, G. Cavanagh, F. Pofi, L. Hickman, J. Rohricht. Boffcm row: D. Feider, R. J. Ryan, L. Isaacs, A. LePage, E. Schwab. Top row: J. Hack, V. Clasen, T. McGaugh, V. Kazle, R Hildrefh. Bottom row: J. Hin- chey, D. Jones, G. Schneeman, R. Cuvclnaugh. Tap row: J. Conlon, P. Gebler, W. Bevans, D. Vasferling, C. Schumacher. Botiom row: T. Brummel, J. Whooley, G. Sfansberry, B. Bearfh, L. Fischer, R. Lohmar. Larry Hughes, Vice Presidenb Ron Evon, Presidenh Ted Lonpher, campus by Mr. John A. Madigan, Their odviserfin The hope ThaT SecreTory, and George Faricy, Treasurer? are given o Tour of The They will become more familiar wiTh The College of ST. Thomas. The Class of I9 E. McEIlistrem, A. Stearns, W. Fitzgerald, I.. Trost, O. Doyle, J. Wagoner, T. Trudeau, D. Steveken. Top row: N. Popovich, G. Meyer T. Green, E. Lynch, D. Monahan B. McGinty, K. Voight, E. Skok K. Erpelding. Bottom row W. Hemsch, T. Hendrickson R. Perusse, F. Bohner. Top row: J. White, D. Burgoyne, P. Gasser, T. Belzer, M. Krzmarzick, J.,Lienhart, J. Azim, R. Saunders, L. Metz, N. Murphy, T. Zeug, C. Weiss, R. Bullemar R. Borowicz, J. Krolak. Bottom row: J. Victora, P. Gamber, A. Hernandez, R. Sherman. N. K x ' x f T Top row: N. Casarefo, F. Knapp, B. Lucke, M. Klos, P. Wind, T. Trudeau. Middle row: R. Nelson, Top row: D. Loe, J. Kline, R. Carr, J. Zimmerman, T. T. Reinarrz, D. Bisek. Bcffom row: J. Kerr, J. Quackenbush, R. Evon, L. Miles, B. Clark, H. Moore, P. Cleary, Bottom row: R. Auger, J. Azim, D. Burrows, W. Gaber. Canning, R. Evon, J. O'NeiIl. Page Seventy Top row: L. LaHrel, T. Dupras, P. Johnson, J. Coughlin, T. Turk, R. Dunn, R. Burns, D. Rollers, M. Zanisln.. Boffom row: G. Ullman, J. Loclahl J. lienhari, G. Hasslinger, G. Kloskin, R. Bowler, M. Klaffe. . .XM 'iz-f Top row: R. Brunhuber, R. Battis, R. McGinty, J. J. Peterson, G. Top row: J. Evanson, E. Sobolik, P. Milske, W. Bye, R. Fisher. Bottom row: D. Clark, J Colleft, W. Heisenfelt. Bottom row: J. Gregory, D. Karas, T. Gab- Carter, G. Rhode. hardf. Top row: J. Johnson, E. G. Altier, V. Woicik, J. Albrecht, D. Laschansky, J. Sernett, D. Smith. Middle row: P. Kelly, R. Murnune, T. Kenehck, J. Rogers, O. Doyle, B. McGinfy, A. Rockwell, R. Dunn. Bottom row: E. Lunpher, G. Janssen, B. McGinty, D. Schaffer, J. Murrin. Page Sczfcfzty-om' x " 9, X 'ak Top row: Top row: J. Fritz, J. O'Keefe, J.'Tarpey, J. Gibbons, G. Srsen, J. Nelson, W. Wodarczuk, J. Thornton, R. Zimmerman, J. Gessl. Bottom row: L. Daddezio, D. logeais, N. Doering. R. Curr, T. Moore, J., F. O'Neill, J. Zimmerman, D. Loe, C. Rotty. Bottom row: J. Filipczak, G-. D'Amore, R. Evon, J. E. O'Neill, D. Canning, J. 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Donaldson, F- MUCH, R- GUSHHI P- M0l'i0l'ilYf R- Klein, R. Siein, Thieberf, W. Begin, L. Siemper, D. Schneemun, C. Coughlin. Bottom row: J. T. Wickenheiser, J. Powell, A. Lucas, R. Claude, W. Reiling, G. Faricy, W. Scoh, S. Scallen, J. Bilski, R. Evon, T. Lanpher, W, Heinzen, T. Gomilok. Shea, T. Mulrooney. Middle erow: J. Kellen, J. Doyle, A. Collinge, J. Ryan, J. The Student Governing Bod The All College Council is The sTudenT governing body oT ST, Thornos. lT is composed of one represenToTive from eoch recognized sTudenT orgonizoTion ond The Tour of- ficers of eoch closs. IT serves os o link beTween sTudenTs ond To1culTy, ond beTween The sTudenT body ond oTher colleges ond ouiside orgonizoTions. Eoch monTh The Tour officers TogeTher wiTh The odviser meeT vviTh The PresidenT of The College ond oTher mem- Pugc Scucnly-:ix bers of The odminisTroTion To discuss sTudenT offoirs. Some of The proiecTs corried ouT by The Council ore Homecoming AcTiviTies, The Cornpus ChoriTy Drive, The Mid-WinTer Frolic, closs elecTions, ond VocoTions Doy. During The posT yeor The ACC olso purchosed Three hun- dred yords oi dropery Tor The ormory, ond published C1 sTudenT-ToculTy direcTory. John D. Herrick The dance and finance committees get together to lay plans for the next dance on the schedule. Since H. Reiss and VV. Harmon managed to get the comfortable chairs, R. O'Meora, G. Mullin, E. Keneticlc, L. Hierath, and R. Huss are forced to look over their shoulders. man Jim Kelly, Vice President, John Herrick, President, Mr. John Farley, Adviser, John Knobloch, Treasurer, and Tom Butler, Secretary pouse during one of their executive meetings in the Council ottice long enough tor the photographer to get a picture. ,JSM Page Sczfcnly-xnfcfl John Lannon, Andy Lucas, Ken Mikulian, Charles Keenan, Patrick Students maioring in pre-dentistry, pre-medicine, and biology - Hardy, and Gerald Schlosser, members of the Aesculapian Club - listened. as Dr. Furr spoke at one -of their bi-weekly meetings. Sitting in back: James O'Neill, Thomas W. Duffy, Robert Stein, Mullin, Melvin Meyers, James Mackey, Thomas Weir, Paul Felion R. C. Merriman, and Kenneth Buck, Sitting at tables: Gerald T. PVSS., Patrick J. ACJGITIS, Tl1eOClOre J. VVOCl1S, and William Kinney Don Lauer, Lowell Broun, Dole Rotters, l-lorvey l-lortung, Ron Evon, Wolters, Joe Becker, Joe Pitel, Jerry l-lorrer, Roy Sebold, ond Bob Jones, Tom Hormon, Mr. Fronk Gerloch, J. Bloke Bruno, Tom .lim Schwartz, gother Together for on otter-meeting discussion. Alpha Beta Alpha John Blake Bruno, president ot the Alphci Q Beto Alpho, discusses the l possibilities ot setting up o student tutoring progrom for occounting ond busi- ness odministrotion mciiors with Tom Wolters, Don Louer, Tom Hormon, Joe Pitel, ond Bob Jones. Arnold Air Society Relaxing before their formal initiation are Bob Donaldson, Don Francis, Fred Battcher, Ray Grossman, LeRoy Schwartz, Dick Toussaint, Paul Wirtz, Art Rink, and Roman Mueller. Dempsey, Roggenbuck, Gomilak, Williams, Rothenbacher, Hans Reiss gives duties to Keith lllies, Dick Matsch, Frank Asen and Marrs put pledge R-on Arneberg through his paces. brenner, Bill Begin, Paul Wirtz, Clayt Coughlin, and Bob Donaldson Page Eighty e two pledges ore going Through troditioncil Dave Eaton, Emmett Kenetick, Mcirk Bombenek, William Kretschmor, ond Ed ition procedures for admission to the club. mund Brook wotch John Berg provide o possible solution to o chemistry problem ihemistry Affiliates Mr. Edwin Becker, LeRoy l-lickmon, Joseph Mullen, Donold Lope, Richord Toussoint, Lowrence lsoocs Sylvester Bendel, Eilert Otsteod, Pcitrick Dwyer, ond Jerome Schnell wotch Anthony Pfosoer perform on experiment ot one ol the regular meetings. Pzfgz' El'g'fllj"Ul1l fig A Q. sr, 4 ' V --. -...var A R gyauv Econ lub Roger Huss talks about the Christmas party while Dick Durand, Jim Harley, Joe Arndt, Gerald Collett, and J John Curran, standing, i and Norbert Frische, Tom Schrclad and Mr. John i Farley, seated, listen. R cl ' Cl b Steve Scallen practices sending a message in Morse Code during while Frank Janda, Jack Kronshnabel, Joseph Plante, Jim Lufhei, one ofthe code and theory classes of the newly formed Radio Club and Mike Ettel try to distinguish the dots from the dashes 15,1 I - 4 Hs , K W , .5 .1 'f-sf iff Mr. Jim LeMay insTrucTS Maurey Lee Allen, Jim AlbrechT, Joe Filipczak, Dave Wesfrup, Don DeHarT, and Jim Kelly on The fine poinTs of The moTion picTure business. Jim Hoffman prachces Threading film during a meehng under The Guy Hanna Ken McConnell Dick Gill,Jim Ryan, and Tom surveillance of Don Ries Bob King Mark Weigel and Al Collmge STITTS prepare for anoTher film presenTaTion in lO8M Paul McNamee ond Roymond Gomenbein wc1Tch os Joseph Becker Tries To Ron GusTin, presidenT of The HisTory Club, pre- exfinguish The ccnndle held by Ron GusTin oT The club's homecoming booTh. sides over one of The club's regulor meeTings History Club Bob McGuire, Jim ObersTc1r, Denis Dickinson, John Mullen, Pcmul Mchlomee, Joe Curron, Fc1Ther MoelTer, Ron GusTin, Bruce STeiner, Mcirfin E. Campion, John Connolly, ond POT Kelly oTTend Q meeTing in Mr. Schouinger's home. Page Eighly-:ix Honor Society Dick Berquist, Donald F. Scholz, Bill Quinn, Mike y Williams, Paul Gerster, Paul Felion, and Hans Reiss get together in the scholarly atmosphere ofthe College Library. Phi Alpha Theta PaulMcNamee,Joseph Curran Ron Gustin Denis Dickinson Father Schaumger Mr Robert Fogerty and Mr G W Ross are members Nicholas Moelter, Pat Kelly, Mr George Martin Mr J Herman of the local chapter of the national honorary history fraternity Inns of Court Bob Kelly, Charlie Foley, Larry Eckerman, and Tom Butler pause in the hall after one of their meetings to decide who will drive where for the post-meeting discussion. Tom Butler discusses politics with George Faricy, Glenn Rahman, Charlie Foley, Norbert Frische, Joe Doyle, Gerald Huisentruit, Edward Bur-on, and Phil Riley. Before calling Antarctica for a Timely weaTher re-porT, a discus- regulations is carried ouT by Tom STeTTs,Jim Leigh,, Mike ETTel,Gene sion on The sTandard operaTing procedure and The IaTesT FCC 5kOk, Jim EV1QbfeChT, JGVFY MOl1Sheim, Gnd Mflfk PeTSFSChmidT- Math and Physics Club Einstein had noThing To do wiTh This: Tom Allain, Sian Marrs, Keifh lllies, Ron Arneberg, Bob Simon, and Jim Guidan combine Their years of exTensive Training To see if rain always falls in a downward direcTion. Letter winners pose. Back row: J. D. Healy, J. Ettlinger, A. Dehn, r-ow: J. Hare, C. Hiller, N. Christenson, R. Donaldson, Mr. Bill P. Moriarity, D.Schneeman, P. LaGrandeur, T. Jones, J. Cullen, Funk, L. Haak, J. Deane, J. Fleming, VV. Rogan, J. O'Phelan, and L. Horyza, R. Trafas, T. Hall, C. Broxmeyer, R. Rolewicz, P. R. Mancuso. Front row: J. Scott, D: Hancock,' L. Braun, R. Gelber, C. Matthews,J. Nolan, F. Koppi, and D. Monahan. Middle Lynch, W. McHugh, D. Deitz, M. Mullin, T. Rolfe, and J. Style. Monogram Club DuWayne Deitz, Jim Deon, Richard Rolevlficz, Tom Jones, and Neil The halftime rush of thirsty basketball fans keeps Tom Rolfe, Christe-nson are busy -building up their treasury during halftime. Lou Haak, Merlin Ekman, and Bob Donaldson -occupied. Page N inely SA Joe Doyle and Andy Lucos listen as Jim Kelly explains proceedings and objectives of an impending conven- tion of the National Students Association. N CCS Representing the NFCCS at St. Thomas are Jim Bertelsen, Joe Doyle, Bill Shea, Tom Rolfe, Bill Reiling, Dick Whalen, Pat Kelly and Father Patrick Gearty. IRC A group shot of the club features D. Morrissey, F. Bohner, J. Huisentruit, R. Li, C. Chang, and G. Faricy who are standing behind R. Kelly, J. Azim, J. Doyle, and W. Shea, Pi fgz' Ninrlj Pi Gamma Mu Father Sweeney introduces Bob Schaefer To Senaior Thye alfer a Pi Gamma Mu dinner at Hamline while Mr. Mueller, Al Collinge, John Herrick, and Mr. Ross awoii their Turn. Players Club Al Bielefeld, Gerald Lunney, Dick Trafas, John Graihwol, John Kalschueur, Fred Lamers, Dick Klein, George Schneeman, Jim Lien- hari, Larry Whalen, Gary Ullman, Joe Gardner, Tom Houle, Paul Krusee, and Bob Snook lisien with interest To The 'rape recorder. karl Q1 lf: ,,.. V In a few moments Jim Westbrook, third from left, and his pipe, Tom Wickenheiser, Fred Lammers, John McDonald, George Faricy, fourth from left, will both be burning as Stan Marrs, Dick Whalen, Clayton Coughlin, and Allen Bartyzal start to furnish the heat. Press Club Ken Murphy and Mr. Maurice J. Quinlan, the adviser of the Press Club, shake hands as Ron Evon and Jerry Thiebert stand by with the hope of obtaining some professional advice. Ted Winford and Jack ReVoyr check the plans and supervise the construc- tion ofthe homecoming float on which Tom Butler, Jim Luther and Jerry Thiebert Worked laboriously. Page Nilmfy-Il1rc'z' Tiger Club Bill Marlon, Chuck Broxmeyer, Hans Reiss, Jim Mickus, Sian Williams, Mail Hubler, "Muff" Manley, and "Mick" Mach help Larry Siemper pick our their Homecoming queen candidate. Hans Reiss, Sian Williams, J-ohn Knobloch, Bill Kabeisman, "Mick" Mach, Matt Hubler, Dan Schneeman, and Len Horyza insiil-lschool spirit into a couple of freshmen. in i 1- J Chuck Broxmeyer, Bill Marion, and John McCormick are going Through the iniriafion proceedings prior To Their admission as regular members of The Tiger Club. aT one of Their regular communion break- primary way in which The club sTrives To achieve iTs purpose. aTuclenTs aTTend as possible. This Tenants is The The purpose is To acT as a unifying body for boarcler sTudenTs. Dave Hancock, John Miller, Gus Mancuso, Larry STemper, Tom Collins and Len HieraTh lisTen To The speaker aTTer The Communion breakfasT Father James Lavin, James Kellen, and Mr. RoberT E. Conlin are seaTed aT The head Table aT The December l3Th -com- munion breakfasf in The Ireland Hall caTeTeria. Page Nizzeiy-fu: I Bassoon: Robert Zimmerman. Clarinets: George Heller, Gordon Dolting, John Kobbe. Baritone Saxophone: John Bury. French Horns: Charles Kavaloskn and Schaumann, James Moran, Fred McLean, and Laurence zlung, Alto Saxophones: Gerard Kelly. Cornets: Eston Sobolik, Ben Tama, Edward Karel, Marvin Krzmar Charles Yurcek, Richard Bies, and Henry Krawiecki. Tenor Saxophone: Dale zick, and Jack ReVoyr. Trumpets: Daniel Diethelm and Matthew DeCora Bari Musical Organizations 4' :Q " The College Choir tunes up before the Palm Sunday Mass. Dennis Morrissey, John Schmidt Bob Buhl, Kelly Liewer, Tom Graham, James Dwyer, Alan Hines, Larry Butler, Tom Clase- man, and Tom Duffy wait in anticipation as Mr. Richard Kinney prepares to strike a note. H-"ff: ,gg A , 9' ""'i:,l:"'A- 'If1"M A.-1 il.. A f - ' 1- ' - I K X . 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Bill Gerstner, Jim l-larley, and Maurey Lee Allen the assign- 5 ment sheet to tincl out how many pictures they have missed recently. ecking the style sheet are Tom Butler, Marty Campion, Tom Gomilalc, and Paul Wirtz compose a few i, and Marc Roggenbuck. witty captions with the hope that the censors will not tamper with them. ., ' ' . ,yay J: V .5 . ' '-visa: , its i g f 3, 5? I , aww 3: j x 4,6 L ,,,,. . V 'f-:vimhmai .L Z -on I A .4-F.. x Q , 1 .. J 5 A A 155. sf, ' 1 - Q-v-wx-A-,Mid I, , ,ww . :'Zfs:3 A , Q .fr gif. my , I ,H x-V, 8 x wymm. I ff X ', - We'- 4, ' 1 lf ' ,mg Q5 : 'ff - ek gif, ,I ,I '?w:.?:?fA5 9 Y: Sift' .S ., fl, ww , .filillm b 0 X51 6 in :E 2 L' Jeg-JM , 'km " eg' , ll!! 5 I 1: -www-W I 4m:1wc1ff" 5' 5 R gistration The absence of long lines was little consolation for these Iote registroznts who will be ottencling lote otternoon clczsses for on entire semester. 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QQ Haunt Hamline" Homecoming festivities were touched off by the lighting of the bonfire, which was cheerfully donated by the freshmen wh-o brought their weight in wood. An Arnold Air Society pledge finds out that pies do not taste The Homecoming Carnival attracted many students who enjoyed their best when they are catapulted at him by his "friends" the booths and helped fill the coffers of the campus clubs. Page One Hundred Six xigk 3 3 jg! T ,n 4VA. , 4 I A , , ff ,gf r I, ,HQ I , It . 'V r - if -if ' ' . y 'Z' ' " '1 ' - f Q. 11 jf ' I X 1.31:-' 5 Many colorful floats on which the different campus organizations spent much time and effort in an attempt to win the first prize were led clown Summit Avenue by the cars carrying the queen and her attendants during the annual Homecoming parade. John Daubney, mayor of St. Paul, has the honor of being the first to dance with Queen Sue Kelly, a St. Kclte's freshman, after the Coronation. 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The sell-out indicated the popularity of this cabaret style. harit Week Emmett O'Meara checks on some details ot Charity Week while his cohorts The faculty contributed to the charity drive by a Bob Doherty, Emmett Keneflck, and Jim Luther count the day's collections. hilarious exhibition on how not to play basketball. 'ia1 .g Lmn rf 'A-PH' ' 'ur' ' .fl' lxi ' Rf ' Mr. BclrreT goThers informcTion from sTudenTs woiTing To give blood QT The onnuol drivez Page One Hzlndrerl Twelve The hecurTy uppefife which The don-ors olwcys have ofTer giving blood kepT The Red Cross workers busy filling The olwoys empTy food conToiners. Blood Drive Two blood donors show no poin os They lie quieTly on The Toble pumping Their blood inTo The suspended boTTles. Christma Program A mixed chorus, composed of ST. Thomas chorus members and girls from the College of St. Cather- ine, presented a program of well-known Christmas carols. Regional Conclave Pat Kelly, regional forensics commissioner, presided over the two-day NFCC5 regional conclave which was held at St. Thomas. Vocations Da Ten prominent Catholic men appeared on the campus during vocations' day to address the interested students in various fields and To answer their questions. -G ,U GX! X- X X XLQXXX-,X X X ..xi- x.., XX X X X X-X .MX ,XX . X X X X 1 X -XX X w,s'XXXfX,,X,XggX- XXXXXXWX XX-X XXX X X Xa-.Xi XXXxiX7fiX A i4XxXX,.5X' X . X X XXX 15.1 X S EX" X X XX :Xp X , m 1'-Xx5XNf:.wx-X X':"'7XX'-?XKY'L:''XF1F',f4,, 55.4 Aw ETXQFQXQQ7' :AY Xxymx.. sg, X XXX, X wx X X ,, f-w,Xnf,1. XX. fwfr ff:s1S?XXfgwzXXkfX-vw X- X X ,Xei"k',7 fSimwzXif'?1z1:-VEXQ-QQSX X fi Xfi' ffXSWeSef':,WIeof:wfl'' " ' XX" . 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S A Cl S I R ' 'K L' AFTER FIGHTING LINES FOR HOURS, THESE SECOND SEMESTER REGISTRANTS HAVE FINALLY REACHED THE CHECK OUT TABLE OO Mllltar Ball General Matheny, The most prominent of The honored guests, got o heorty welcome from Colonel While cls The Two officers met of The heod fable. Hans Reiss, on behalf of The Arnold Air Society, presenTed Colonel White wiTh a plaque To show appreciaTion Tor his advice The CadeT STUTT Officers led The grand march as Dick and help during The pasi Finch played The Air Force, Army, and Navy marches. Tour years. Two cc1deTs show Their claTes some of The equipmeni Thai They The Arnold Air SocieTy members seem To have a hard Time con- will be wearing aTTer They go on acTive duTy wiTh The USAF. vincing Their daTes ThaT They spenf many evenings decorating. Page One Hzmdrrd Ninvlern Jim O'Brien geTs a Tree ride OTT of The floor afTer piloT- German players, Fred Bartcher, DuWayne DeiTz, John Miller, and ing his winning Irish Team To vicTory over The German five. Fred Hancock, seem To TighT among Themselves in The classic TiIT. German-Irish Gam orthwest Debate Tournament Page One Hundred Twenty The SouTh Dakota STaTe Team, vicTors of The N-orThwesT DebaTe TournameraT, are presenTed wiTh The McElmeei Trophy by Fr. Flynn and Tourney direcfor, Mr. Kocourek. : 'Z -fi! ' wmfmcf1i'f5tZaiz7r4v!siPKvwff1.24+f'11:.f, - FROTC Federal Inspection Cadet Col. Mullin escorts The inspection team from The Air University as They begin To "Troop The line" at The annual Federal lnspecti-on of The AFROTC at ST. Thomas. After many months of intense Training and preparation, The AFROTC was held in O'Shaughnessy stadium. A "well done" wasfgiven To Col goes Through its paces Tor The annual Federal Inspection, whith T. D. White by Coll H. H. Bledsoe for The Corps' performance V--. ,, ,W ',-1 sw lgvi ..u.g.-V f, " ' vf M sA?LfQs-+1-41 Tiger Roar of Q 9? Bill Kcibeismon, Jim lvlickus, oncl Dove Hclncock give ouT with some very c1uThenTic expressions cis They go Through Their skiT in This yec1r's Tiger vorieTy show. Coolies Chuck Broxmeyer, Lorry STernper, Len l-loryzo, ond Mickey Mcich houl emcee "MuFl" Manley To The sfcige To sTorT The proceedings of The Tiger Homecoming. Russian Area Page One I'11n11l1'f'd Truwzly-ihra' Junior Ball The lost sociol function of The school yeor, The Junior Boll, is Q pleosonf comloinciiion of formcil offire, preify girls cmd soft music. THE GRAND MARCH GAINS MOMENTUM UNTIL AT ITS COMPLETION THE ENTIR-E DANCE FLOOR IS FILLED WITH HAPPY COUPLES EVERY STUDENT ANTICIPATES THE CONCLUDING CEREMONIES: GRADUATION MASS, AND FINALLY, THE LONG AWAITED DIPLOMA. 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M WMO cf WM 0, l.1 Back row: Student Manager Maurey Lee Allen, Walt Kosec, Len Horyza, Bernie and Assistant'Coach Stan Martinka. ., Marchetti, Neil Christenson, Frank Koppi, Steve Raicic, Jim Fleming, Jerry Middle Row: Student Manager Jerry Weir, Neil Murphy, Denny Monahan, Dick Wright, Pat Baldwin, Assistant Coach Bill Funk, Head Coach Frank Deig, Tnafas, Bob Kosel, Bernie Raetz, Ed Dusbabek, Jim Gibbons, Bob Donaldson, Page Om' Hundred Twenty-eighl Muscle Mentors Head Coach Frank Deig and Assistant Coach Stan Martinka look on with interest as Assistant Coach Bill Funk diagrams a new play. Deig, in his eight years as head football coach, has put together a record ot 38 wins, 24 losses, and one tie. Along with this record, Deig has brought to St. Thomas two outright MIAC titles as well as a share in two others. Frank has been a member of the St. Thomas athletic staff since l94O, when he became basketball coach. In 1946, he was appointed Athletic Director and Head Football Coach, two positions he has held ever since. As his assistants, Deig has picked two of his former stars. Funk was an All Conference quarterback for Deig in i947 and Martinka played tor the Tommies under Deig from i947 through l949. l l i l ii by i i Charlie Broxmeyer, Hans Vefrege Por Esselmon, and Bob Moncuso. DiJWciyne DeiTz, Frank "Mickey" Much, Chuck "Red" Matthews, Bill Morton, Front Row: Dick Soppc, Joe " cmuTs" Brandr, Jim Follow, Tim Millhouse, Paul "Fcrouk" Ehrhord, Jerry Style, ond Bill Rogan, Gridiron Greats Two of The currenT sTcirs OT The Tommy eleven ore Mickey Moch ond Denny Mondhon. Mickey Wos on esmblished sTor QT The beginning of The posT secison buT he odoled TurTher honors To his posT c1chieveme'nTs. Denny, only o Treshmon, won CJ sTorTing posiTion GT holibock ond disTinguished himself os C1 performer To Wc1Tch in The MIAC in TuTure yecirs. BoTh of These men were menTioned l l l l xprominenTly os oll-conference selecTions c1T Their irespedive posiTions, Tor Mcich iT wos The second lconsecuTive yeor cis .on dll-conference end. Moch Eond Monohon were boTh menTioned on The All CoTholic All-MidwesT Teom os TeommoTes To The renowned Poul Giel ond Johnny LoTTner. Mcich olso received lourels os on honoroble menTion se- iIecTion on The LiTTle All-American Teom. Page One Hundred Twzvzly-711110 THREE GIANTS FROM LACROSSE TEACHERS CONVERGE AS DIMINUTIVE DENNY MONAHAN EASILY SPRINTS OUT OF THEIR REACH Freshman Backs Spark Tommy Gridders Paced by an all-freshman backfield, The T953 Tom grid Team began preparing Tor TuTure seasons, The Team compiled a Three won, five losT record This pasT season, buT The TuTure looks brighT Tor Tommy TooTball. The season opened on The resounding noTe of The Tommy upseT oT highly-TouTed Loras, Tollowed wiTh The lop-sided vicTory over Augsburg. ATTer Two lean sea- sons, greaT Things were in The oTTing Tor Tommy Tans on The TooTball scene. BUT Then The roof Tell in. Conse-cuTive deTeaTs aT The hands of ST. John's and MacalesTer, The TirsT in 25 years To The ScoTs, were a blow To Tom championship hopes. Page Om' Hundred Thirty NexT The gridders eked ouT a comeback vicTory agains DuIuTh in a warm-up conTesT Tor The baTTle wiTh GusTavus BuT The Golden GusTies proved Too much Tor The Deigmer and again The Toms were on The shorT end. The Toms Tailed To "HaunT' Hamline" in The Homecom ing conTesT, buT in The season finale againsT LaCrosse Teachers, The gridders played The besT game of The year againsT The undeTeaTed Peds. The LaCrosse game marked The end of The collegiaTe careers Tor Tive Tom seniors, Chuck Broxmeyer, Jim Fleml ing, Len Horyza, Chuck "Red" MaTThews, and Bol: Mancuso. RESULTS St. Thomas Opponents I4 Lorcis 6 25 Augsburg O 6 St. .Iohn's I4 I3 Macalester 20 I6 Duluth I4 I 3 Gustavus 26 6 Hamline 25 I9 LaCrosse 34 I "Monahan rides again" could well be the'caption ot this picture as little Denny squirts through the hole left by Paul Ehrhard's proviclential block. MICKEY MACH AND DENNY MONAHAN PARTAKE IN A COOPERATIVE EFFORT TO BRING TO A STAND-STILL A GUSTIE PROMENADE And Still Champions y A The AuTumn oT T953 marked anoTher TeaTher in The haT 9 of The ST. Thomas cross counTry Team, Tor aT ThaT Time 7' They capTured Their sevenTh consecuTive MIAC cross I counTry championship. This record is much beTTer Than IT aT TirsT appears when you consider ThaT The confer- ence has named only seven champions in This sporT. The Toms, in Their TirsT season under Their new coach, Floyd Foslien, who replaced Don Adee, compiled a raTher unspecTacular record, buT Their losses were To such powers as The UniversiTy of lvlinnesoTa, SouTh DakoTa STaTe, and CarleTon. .lim Deane, The Team's capTain, had a Tremendous season, winning TirsT in all'The meeTs excepT one. He was crowned The MIAC champion as he led all compeTi- Tion in The conference meeT. Close behind Dean was 'T PaT lv'IoriarTy, The defending conference champion. The conference meeT, which was run aT The Lake , Nokomis course, was The lasT cross counTry meeT in The purple and gray colors Tor such sTandouTs as PaT Mori- ' arTy, Ray Grossman, Al Dehn, and "Squeak" Scan-lan. T gp x Back row: PaT MoriorTy, Leo Walsh, Bill Cisco, "Squeak" Scanlon, Al Dehn, Jim Deane, Dick F ENDURANCE RUNNER JIM DEANE OUT-DISTANCES ALL MIAC COMPETITION IN THE NORTHWEST OPEN TC Ted Hall lays up another two points in the upset win over Creighton in the St. Paul Christmas Tournament. Lou Shears matches his height against the awe- inspiring G.A. sky-scrapers to tip in two points in the upset of the Gusties. In the annual trip, the Tommies split, losing the opener to Wartburg and drubbing Iowa Teachers in the second game. The St. Paul Invitational Tournament was the scene of the Toms next great conquest. After beating- Iowa Teachers, they upset Creighton University in an over- time thriller, only to lose to Gustavus in the finals. Next the Toms moved into their conference schedule in earnest, but lost their next games to Hamline and St. Mary's. Then Ted Hall poured in 32 points against Macalester as the Toms won. But the glory was short- Iived when they fell before the Golden Gusties from St. Peter. At this time John Hislop returned to the lineup, and things started to look up. The Toms romped over Augs- burg and Concordia, but were edged by St. Olaf and St. John's. They got back on the victory trail when they dumped mighty Hamline and Duluth, but then, in the upset of the season, were beaten by Augsburg. Hislop and company now started to roll. They beat St. Mary's, Macalester, Gustavus, and Concordia to end the season with I8 wins and 9 losses. Next season Paul Sokol and the Tommy basketball fans will miss Jim Seidel, Jack Swift, Len Horyza, and Ray Schneider, in addition to the all conference guards, John Hislop and Bob Lee. Page Om' HIl77!1l'0If Thirly-fre vv, W . Q QI' gi , 2 3 . ig. Qx xex -4 V i.-X ,. x is Q E x ax P 5 "' 'Q 'N -1-v -. S v .N-3 gg, V X A A VN? 'A Q A A K .- . f.--f-: 4 x -1' af S '- f, RESULTS St. Thomas Opponents 91 Loras 56 83 ST. Norberts 66 86 Westmar 62 54 Mankato T.C. 73 87 St. John's 86 79 Carleton 77 67 Wartburg 68 87 Iowa Teachers 42 86 Iowa Teachers 70 73 Creighton 72 60 Gustavus 66 62 Hamline 68 72 ST. Mary's 75 81 Macalester 72 64 Gustavus 73 77 Duluth 58 74 Augsburg 58 78 Concordia 57 80 ST. Olaf 83 76 St. John's 78 61 Hamline 58 95 Duluth 80 64 Augsburg 71 74 ST. Mary's 64 81 Macalester 78 69 Gustavus 62 65 Concordia 61 V1 1 1 f Bob Lee seems to have come from out ot bounds as he lays up this shot in the contest against Westmar. Ted Hall and Bill Rogan prepare to grab the rebound if he misses Jim Seidel steals another rebound in John Hislop teaches the Gustavus Bill Rogan goes high for a basket in the tall man's game of basketball. ' 'fphe-nom" a few tricks ofthe game. the upset ot the once Golden Gusties One Hundred T 1 55, ' L -N, RESULTS ST. Thomas Opponents 91 Loras 56 83 ST. Norberts 66 86 Westmar 62 54 Mankato T.C. 73 87 ST. .lohn's 86 , 79 Carleton 77 67 Wartburg 68 87 Iowa Teachers 42 86 A lowa Teachers 70 73 Creighton 72 60 Gustavus 66 62 Hamline 68 72 ST. Mary's 75 81 Macalester 72 64 Gustavus 73 77 Duluth 58 74 Augsburg 58 78 Concordia 57 80 ST. Olaf 83 76 ST. John's 78 61 Hamline 58 95 Duluth 80 64 Augsburg 71 74 ST. Mary's 64 81 Macalester 78 69 Gustavus 62 65 Concordia 61 Bob Lee seems to have come from out of bounds as he' lays up' This shot in the contest against Westmar. Ted Hall and Bill Rogan prepare to grab The rebound if he misses Jim Seidel steals another rebound in John Hislop teaches the Gustavus Bill Rogan goes high for a basket in the tall man's game of basketball. ' "phenom" a few tricks of the game. The upset of the once Golden Gusties One Hundred T Q 5:5 'wi 51223 Q' z5:f" ' . . 4, 9 YY Q. . . W. 2 Reggie Riedl runs inTerference for Bob Montbriand as They lead The Skid Dick Caron of The Skid Row Gang scores in spiTe Row Gang To The Top in The intramural baskeTball championship playoffs. ofThe eFforTs of The Rum Runner'sMarTy Campion Intramurals Give All Students a Chance The basketball courTs and The bowling alleys in O'Shaughnessy Hall were kepT busy Through The winTer months by providing The facilities for The Two most pop- ular inTramural sporfs. The inTramural program under The direcfion of Mr. Bill Funk provided a healThful exfra- curricular acTiviTy and an excellenT conditioner for all inTeresTed sTudenTs. ln baskeTball, The Skid Row Gang wenT Through The season undefeaTed To become The represenTaTive of The College's 28 inTramural Teams in The MIAC ExTramural MeeT. ln This meeT Their winning sTreak was soon broken by Hamline, who wenT on To win The baskeTball cham- pionship. The only firsfs ThaT The Tommies could garner were in bowling and handball doubles. The gym is alive wiTh acTiviTy as numerous Teams compete in The different The handball doubles champs, l-larold Juba and sporTs for The right To represenT ST. Thomas in The, exframural meeT. Dick Kirch, geT in a liTTle pracfice beTween classes. , If T221 N . '15, - ' :cv vi , :L an FE! 1. 2:13. W. 1' f-Lf ri Back row: Coach Bill Funk, Terry Dunn, Jim Bloom, Jake Healy, Jack Lannon, Roy Bredahl, Bill Fitzgerald, Dick McKenna, Denny Monahan, Larry McGough, Warm Winter "Mel Everybody enioyed The mild winTer, buT iT can be blamed for The failure of The ST. Thomas hockey Team To bring home Their flffh TiTle in six years. The Tommies sTarTed sfrong, winning Their first seven games againsf ST. John's, Carlefon, Gusfavus, ST. Cloud, MacalesTer, and l-larnline. Then 'Old Sol" sfruck The crippling blow, melTing The ice which necessiTaTed The posfponemenf of games againsT Dulufh, Gusfavus, and MacalesTer. The Dulufh game was re-scheduled aT DuluTh's indoor arena for The day before The regularly scheduled game. BUT The Toms were sTill wiThouT a place in which To prac- Tice. They played The games aT DuluTh afTer Two weeks Page One Hmzdred Forly Y T' J and Monty Carlson. Front row: Mike Mullin, Tom STeFFen, John O'Phalen, Mark Brown, Bob GarreTT, Jim Goodwillie, Dick Rousseau, and John McCormick. ts" Tommy Sextet of no pracfice, and surprised The mosT rabid fans wiTh a spliT, losing The firsT game 4-3, and winning The sec- ond 4-2. The MacalesTer game was scheduled aT Williams Arena. The Toms, afTer a Two week layoff, losT by The score of 3-2. This hearfbreaking loss gave The Bulldogs of DuluTh The ouTrighT championship. The Toms were paced by Johnny O'Phalen, Denny Monahan, and Mike. Mullin. O'Phalen and Monahan were The one-Two scorers on The Team and Mullin was a sTandouT defensively. Mike and John were honored by being named To honorable menfion posifions on The T954 All-American hockey Team. RESULTS St. Thomas Opponents A 5 ST. John's O 9 Carleton 3 ' 7 Gusiavus 5 8 ST. Cloud T.C. 2 6 Macalesfer 4 8 , Hamline O 8 Hamline 2 3 Duluih 4 4 Duluih 2 2 Macalesier 3 Denny Monahan waiis for a pass from John McCormick whose dash for a goal is blocked by The Macalester goalie. .--Sf,-, John O'Phalen's 'brilliant sfick work has drawn The Duluih The goalward-bound charge of Dick Rousseau is broughf To a half goalie out of The nel. The resulf is another Tommy goal. when he loses control of The puck in his preparation To shooT. Page One I-lzmdfcd Forty-one The critical eye of The iudge means liTTle To Bob Doane, The conference diving champ, as he execuTes a backward somersaulf. Tankmen Win Again ' The i954 ST., Thomas swimming Team, under STan lVlarTinka, rolled over all opposiTion To capTure Their sevenTh conference championship in The pasT eighT sea- sons. Gone were such names as Bob Anderson, John BeTlach, Bill STrub, and Coach Don Adee, buT The Team had goTTen inTo a winning ruT and could noT.be wresTed from iT. Led by co-capTains Danny Schneeman and Tom Jones, The Team compiled a record of seven wins and Two losses in dual meeTs, Their only losses being aT The hands ol The UniversiTy oT Illinois and Michigan Tech. ln The sTaTe meeT, in which The Toms emerged The champions, They were led by The incomparable Danny Schneeman, who was The only Triple winner in The evenT, winning The T500 meTers in record Time and The 220 and 440 yard Tree sTyle races. OTher sTandouTs in The sTaTe meeT were Treshman Dan Reaume, who won The T200 yard backsTroke, Tom Jones, who won The 200 yard breasTsTroke and Bobby Doane, who won The diving evenT, The 400 yard Tree sTyle relay Team com- posed oT Dan Reaume, Tom Greene, Mike Wehlan, and Dave Hancock Took The championship in ThaT evenT, ATTer winning The conference meeT, The Team Traveled To The MidwesT lnviTaTional MeeT where They came in Third behind such powers as Loyola of Chicago and BeloiT. Coecapfain Dan Schneeman glides eTTorTlessly Through The warer, always increasing The disTance over his pursuers. Page One H Il7ZdI'EZZ1 Forty-two Al Stearns is Touched off by Dan Reaume as The medley relay Team pours iT on To The already swamped ScoTs in a dual meeT aT Mac. Back row: Coach Stan Martinka, Tom Green, Dick Miller, John "Squeak" Scanlan, Dan Schneeman, Tom Jones, and Larry Culligan. Front row: Dan Reaume, Mike Charlie Witte, and Phil Schweitzer. Middle row: AI Stearns, Dave Hancock, Whalen, and Bob Doane, The odd positions of teammates Dave Hancock and Dick Miller on dry land aid in the tast start of Dan Reaume, who gained another victory in his tirst year in MIAC -competition. St. Thomas Opponents 43 Gustavus 41 52 Hamline 32 55 Macalester 29 35 Michigan Tech 49 36 Illinois U. 48 51 Gustavus 32 52 Hamline 31 44 Carleton 40 58 Macalester 26 l ll ' 1 ' - 13 .Q3.i'1Iii I K . t ' Back row: Student Manager Bob Corniea, Jerry Wright, Bernie Raetz, Len Jim Hare, and Bob Fercler. Front row: John Dolan, Charlie Hiller, Bill McHug G a d H d C h Bll F k Mk Horyza, Bill Conway, Dick Lynch, Roy r ssman, an ea occ i un . Middle row: Jerry Meyer, Bill Rogan, Dave Mooney, Paul Ehrhard, Mike Knight, i e Mullin, Jim Donohue, and Jim Vilendrer. Veterans Spur Tom Nine to Title Hopes The 1953fgSt.g Thomas baseball team had rough sled- ding as they slipped from- the championship ranks. - Under returning coach Bill Funk, the Toms fell to fourth place in the MIAC standings, compiling a six won, six lost record in conference play and an eight won, seven lost on the season. Paced by Paul Ehrhard's .349 batting average. and the stellar pitching of Mike Knight, Bob Weidner, and Jim Hare, who gave up only 35 hits and struck out 80 men in his 54 innings on the mound, the Toms were a threat each time they took to the field. This is evidenced by the fact that they dropped four of their conference tilts by a one run margin. Page One Hundred Forty-four On this year's squad, such names as Charlie 'Hillel Mike Mullin, Paul Ehrharcl, Bill Rogan, Bill McHugl and Jim Hare stand out. lf several freshmen develop t plug the holes left by graduation, the Toms could de velop into a very definite title contender. The highlight of the current MlAC season promise to be a double-header to be played on May 22 Wil the defending champions and title favorites, St. Mary'f The "big game" will be played at Lexington Par on May 25 with the Big Ten title contender, the Un versity of Minnesota, furnishing the opposition. Th game could pit the MlAC's best, Jim Hare, against th Big Ten's best, Paul Giel. Bill McHugh presents a menacing form at the plate fo the Concordia pitcher during a game in The early part of the season. Charlie Hiller seems to be sitting in a cloud of dust as he slides into Third base, ' The photographer caught the Tom diamondmen as they prepared To field anvfhinq that The barter Back row: Student Manager Lou Haak, Jim Haak, DuWayne Dietz, Jim Scott, Front row: Dick Rolewicz, Joe Wagoner, Jack Arland, Reynold Trossen, Jim Dick Huntley, Pat Moriarty, Pat Nolan, Ray Grossman, Jerry Beckfelt, and Deane, Denny Monahan, Hugh Kammeier, and Lowell Braun. Head Coach Floyd Foslien. Ken Rotter displays the form with which he hopes to win the Pot Moriarty, one of the state's outstanding distance men, MlAC high jump championship in the state meet this spring. grimaces as he breaks the tape at the end of the mile rUf1- Page One Hundred and Forty-:ix Trackmen Aim for MIAC Championship The i953 Track Team dropped The MIAC championship for The firsT Time in four years when They finished behind MacalesTer in Don Adee's farewell To The MIAC coaching ranks. l Under Adee The Purple and Grey rose To greaT heighTs in Track, buf he was denied The championship in his finale as The ScoTs showed Too much power for The undermanned Toms. The i953 season also saw The end of The-ive yearbsfring of dual meeT wins over confer- ence Toes when The Toms dropped a meeT To Macales- Ter on May 5. However, The ouTlook for The 1954 season is excel- lenT. Affer placing second in The CarleTon Relays be- Straining To reach The maximum heighf possible, Lou Haak sTarTs over The crossbar in The pole vaulT evenT. HiTTing The Tape ahead of The pack, Tommy speedsTer Dick Lynch Tallies five more poinTs in anofher Tom Track vicfory. Pat MoriarTy is caughf in whaT is a familiar pose To all Tommy Track fans as he Takes The lead in The mile run. hind MankaTo Teachers, buf well ahead of any of The Team's conference foes, The Toms are firmly esTablished as The Team To beaT in The STaTe MeeT To be held aT Macalesfer on May 22. Already This season, The Toms have rolled over always sTrong MacalesTer and CarleTon in dual meeTs on The indoor Tracks. Under new coach, Floyd Foslien, The Tom Trackmen are led by Capfain Jim Deane and PaT MoriarTy in The disfance evenfs, Dick Lynch and freshman speedsTer Denny Monahan in The dashes, DuVVayne DieTz in The weighf evenfs, and Ken Ro1Ter and .lack Arland in The high jump and The pole vaulT respecTively. I , Back row: Coach Paul Sokol, Brian Egersdorf, Ray Johnson, Jerry Brown, Dick Fronf row: John O'Phelan, Jerry Conroy, John Weingarf, Don Bins, and Fred McCord, Ralph Junker, Jack Flatt, and Jack Harrigan. Don Bins, displaying championship form, pfepares for The sea- son's opening mafch wiTh The Pipers from Hamline aT Keller. Stehley. ' Vets Pace Golfers Led by Ray Schneider, The medalisT from lasT year's sTaTe meef, The T954 ST. Thomas golf Team is considered a sfrong ThreaT for The MIAC championship. OTher leTTermen expecTed To aid Toward gaining The championship are Jack Harrigan, Jerry Conroy, Don Bins, and Johnny O'Phalen, who is back afTer a year's absence from The golf Team. AnoTher golfer who is expecfed To help greafly is Jack FlaTT, a Transfer sTu- denT from UMD. T The highlighTs of The season are expecfed To be a pair of mafches wiTh The Universify of MinnesoTa on May T4 and T7, and The STaTe MeeT on May Qi, When Dick Copeland, The defending medalisT, was declared ineligible lasT year, The Toms' hopes for an- ofher MIAC championship were blasTed. Ray Schneider paced The Tommy linksTers To a second place finish behind Dulufh Branch. 5 1 CADET COL MULLIN CADET LT. COL. RYAN, AND adet Staff Officers The Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps aT The College of ST. Th h - . . . . omas as a Two fold mission. Col. Thomas D. WhiTe and his sTaff selecf and prepare cadeTs To serve as Junior Officers in The Regular and Re- serve componenTs of The UniTed SToTes Air Force Through a program of classroom and drill insTrucTion. From This program The sTudenT develops Those aTTribuTes of characTer, erson l'T d l ' ' essenfial in an officer. p a I y, an eadership which are The AFROTC's secondary mission is To Teach The sTudenT good ciTizen- ship Through inTensive Training. Those who do noT qualify for a com mission Through AFROTC will have received miliTary Training which will be of value To The naTion and To Themselves in an emergency. Page One Hundred and Fzfty-two X L. CADET LT. COL. TWOMEY MENTIONED SOMETHING ABOUT A DRILL PLAN HA. The AFROTC Band fi, . . ".,.g:gf,: - :VZ ' - The band puts The polishing fouches on The Air Force A ' -. Song in preparation for 7 '- the annual Awards Day 537- ' ','f A L which was held in May. . fix 'I' DRESSED SMARTLY FOR THE ANNUAL AWARDS DAY THE AFROT C BAND ROLLS OUT A STEADY CADENCE FOR THE CADET CORPS 6 wa' , S . .5 . v....x Q' i"f"f6'5 f"'1"' . ,.,.-1-ff--. + --L-W., he T . , . . - :V .21 ' " -' "1 gil'-1-134,12 1 W.. if 3 1 X X ' L Q ' N..J FK 1' 1 ,. gf 2 ' '.' 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Summer Camp Hamilton AFB Lowry AFB Vance AFB "JET JOCKEY" TUREK RECEIVES H TRU FUTURE TOMMY PILOTS GET A LOOK AT WHAT THEY MAY BE FLYING IN TWO YEARS INSTRUCTIONS PRIOR TO TAKE OFF IN A T 33 DURING SUMMER CAMP AT LOWRY A - - FB 'W CADETS DOHERTY, AMBORN, YANKOVEC, MANCUSO, MARRS, AND MCCORMICK ENJOY A BREAK AT THE CADET CLUB AT VANCE. BERTELSEN, THIELEN, AND THEIR FELLOW CADETS GET THEIR FIRST TASTE OF AF FOOD AT HAMILTON AFB. Tx One Hundred and Fifty-:wen Abraham, Leo 66 Adams, Patrick 61, 64, 78 Adams, Wayne 98 Adamski, Gerald 62 Albrecht, James 71, 85 Alfveby, Gerald 66 Allain, Thomas 89 Allegretti, Joseph 29 Allen, Maurey 85, 99, 128 Altier, Edward 29 Altier, Eugene 71 Amborn, James 157 Anderson, George 62, 64, 34 Arland, John 146 Arndt, Joseph B3 Arneberg, Ronald 62, 80, 89, 149 Arouni, Thomas 97 Arvanitis, Loucas 29, 73 Aurelius, Mrs. Bernadette 23 Asenbrenner, Francis 63, 80, 97 Auger, Ronald 70 Azim, James 69, 70, 91 Baer, James 133 Baldwin, Patrick 73, 128 Bambenek, Mark 81 Barr, Richard 29 Barry, Eugene 29 Bortyzal, Allen 29, 93, 98 Battcher, Fred 30, 80, 120 Bottis, Robert 71 Bauer, Charles 62 Baumgartner, Roger 62, 64 Bearth, Richard 67 Beaudry, Robert 12, 30, 84 Becker, Edwin 17, 81 Becker, Joseph 63, 79, 86 Beckfelt, Jerome 146 Begin, William 28, 30, 76, 80, 98 Bell, Donald 133 Belzer, Terrence 69 Bendel, Sylvester 81 Berg, John 30 Bergherr, Robert 30 Bergquist, Richard 30, 87 Bertelsen, James 31, 91, 157 Bevans, William 67 Bever, Daniel 31 Bielefeld, Al 92 Bies, Richard 96 Bieter, Fr. Frederick 14 Bigot, Fr. Ross 21 Bilski, Joseph 65, 67, 76 Bins, Donald 31, 148 Birch, Roy 25, 155 Bisek, Dennis 70 Blake, John 31 Bloom, James 140 Bohner, Friedrich 69, 91 Bona, Gerald 63 Bao, Clinton 15 Borowicz, Rudolph 69 Bowler, Rupert 70 Brook, Edmund 31, 81 Brandt, Joseph 129 Braun, Lowell 64, 79, 90, 97, 146 Bredahl, Roy 64, 140 Brismaster, Robert 25, 155 Brost, Charles 66 Brown, Gerald 14B Brown, Mark 140 Brown, Robert 97 Broxmeyer, Charles 31, 90, 94, 123, 129 Brummel, Thomas 67, 97 Brunelle, John 32 Brunhaber, Robert 71 Bruno, John Blake 32, 79, 154 Buck, Kenneth, 62, 78 Buhl, Robert 96 Bullemer, Rueben 69 Bunker, Anthony 32 Burgoyne, Donovan 69 Burns, Robert A. 70 Burns, Robert C. 70 Buron, Edward 88 Burrows, Herbert 70 Bury, John 61, 96 Butler, Larry 96 Butler, Thomas 32, 59, 77, 88, 93, 99 Bye, William 71 Caine, William 15 Coll, Richard 62 Campion Martin C. 86 Campion, Martin E. 99, 139 Campion, Michael 32 Campion, Richard 62 Canning, Donald 70, 72 Carletta, Nicholas 32 Carlson, Charles 33 Carlson, Gilman 97 Carlson, Lawrence 98, 140 Caron, Richard 139 Carr, Robert 70, 72 Page One HlIl7!177'Cl17 rum' Fifty-cigfzt Carter, James 71 Casoreto, Nino 70 Casey, James 33 Cassidy, Scott 149 Cavanagh, Gerald 67, 70, 73 Cavanaugh, Richard 67 Chadwick, Donald 133 Chadwick, Richard 133 Chang, Carl 91 Chiodo, James 23, 97 Chiuminatto, Anthony 23 Christenson, Neil 90, 128 Cisco, William 97, 132 Clark, Bernard 70, 97, 154 Clark, David 71 Clark, Donald 84 Claseman, Thomas 13, 96 Clasen, Vern 67 Claude, Richard 65, 76 Cleary, John 33 Cleary, Patrick 70 Collett, Gerald 71, 83 Collinge, Alfred 61, 76, 85, 92, 97 Collins. Richard 149 Collins, Thomas 95 Calwell, James 15, 123 Conlin, Robert 19, 60, 95 Conlon, James 67, 97 Connolly, John 18, 33, 86 Conn'ors, Joseph 15 Conroy, Gerald 134, 148 Conway, William 144 Corniea, Robert 144 Coryell, Roger 73 Cotey, Fred 154 1 Coughlin, Fr. Bernard J. 12 Coughlin Clayton 33 59 93, 99 , , , 76, 130, Coughlin, Jerome 70 Courtemanche, Oliver B4 Crain, Clenton 24, 154 Crane, John 33 Crowley, Jack 133 Cullen, James 90 Culligan, Lawrence 143 Curran, John 83 Curran, Joseph 34, 86, B7 Daddezio, Louis 72, 73 Damioni, James 34 D'Amare, George 72 Danahy, Thomas 34 Danielson, Aelred 61 Dean, Richard 17 Deane, James 64, 84, 90, 132, 146 Debbaut, Francis 70, 73 DeCora, Matthew 96 DeHart, Donald 85 Dehn, Allen 34, 90, 132, 133 Deig, Francis 22, 128 Deitz, DuWayne 90, 120, 129, 146 DeMarce, Donald 134, 138 Dempsey, Jerome 13, 64 Dempsey, Terrence 34, 80 DesMorais, Philip 19 Dickinson, Denis 86, B7 Diethelm, Daniel 96, 97 Doane, Charles 34 Doane, Robert 84, 142, 143 Doering, Norbert 72 Dofting, Gordon 96, 97 Doherty, Robert 15, 35, 111, 157 Dolan, John 144 Doll, John Lee 23 Doll, Paul 62 Domanski, Ronald 97 Donahue, Elbert 22, 84 Donaldson, Robert 60, 62, 76, 80, 90, 128 Donnelly, Paige 35 Donohue, James 144 Dornbach, Donald 35 Dorweiler, Julius 133 Dowling, Roy 16 Doyle, Joseph 76, 88, 91 Doyle, Owen 69, 71 Dutty, John 35 Duffy, Thomas 61, 78, 96 Duggan, Larry 97, 149, 154 DuLac, Fr. Henri 21 Dunn, Ross 70, 71, 140 Dupros, Thomas 70, 97 Durand, Richard B3, 97 Dusbobek, Edward 128 Dwyer, James 96 Dwyer, Patrick 81 Dye, L. A. 25 Eaton, David 35, 81 Eckermon, Lawrence 88 Eckert, Joseph 154 Egersdorf, Brian 148 Ehrhard, Paul 129, 131, 144 Ekman, Merlin 90 Engbrecht, James 89 Engel, John 62 Index Engelhard, Eugene 35 Erpelding, Kenneth 69 Ertel, Robert 36 Esselman, Patrick 129 Ettel, Michael 83, 89 Ettlinger, John 36, 90 Evanson, John 71 Evan, Ronald 68, 70, 72, 76, 79, 93, 97 Follow, James 129 Faricy, George 68, 76, 88, 91, 93 Farley, John 19, 77, 83 Farry, Stephen 24 Feider, Donald 36, 61, 67 Feliorl, Paul 36, 78, 87 Ferderer, Robert 144 Fiala, James 64 Filiprzak, Joseph 72, B5 Fischer, Lyle 67 Fischer, Charles 73 Fisher, Richard 71 Fitzgerald, William 69, 140 Flaherty, Patrick 36 Flatt, John 36, 148 Fleck, Robert 37 Fleming, James 90, 128 Flynn, Frederick 20 Flynn, Richard 37- Flynn, Fr. Vincent J. 10, 11, 102, 120 Fogerty, Robert 19, 87 Foley, Charles 66, 88 Foley, Maurice 73 Folstrom, Roger 63, 97 Forster, George 66 Foslien, Floyd 132, 146 Fournelle, Fr. Raymond 21 Francis, Donald 61, 62, 63, B0 Frein, Marvin 62 Frische, Norbert 83, 88, 98 Fritz, John 72 Funk, William 22, 90, 128, 140, 144 Gaber, Wallace 70 Gabler, Joseph 14 Gagen, Neil 37 Galler, Bernard 37 Gamber, Peter 69 Gantenbein, Raymond 86, 97 Gapp, Frank 63 Garber, Robert 37 Gardner, Joseph 92 Gardner, Patrick 97 Garvey, Timothy 61, 63 Gasser, Paul 69 Gavin, Peter 37 Gearty, Fr. Patrick 18, 91 Geary, Richard 66 Gebhardt, Thomas 71 Geisenhoti, Earl 62, 66 Gelber, Philip 67, 90, 149 Gerlach, Frank 18 Germonn, Paul 17, 28 Germsheid, Thomas 63 Gerster, Paul 87 Gerstner, Edward 99 Gessl, James 72 Gibbons, James 72, 128 Giesen, John 17 Gill, Richard 85, 154 Gillen, Fr. Mattias 14 Glaser, John 73 Gleason, Hugh 38 Gleason, Lawrence 64 Gomilak, Thomas 38, 76, 80, 99 Gonzalez, Manuel 66 Goodwin, John 12 Gormley, Fr. Donald 13 Graham, Thomas 96 Graham, William 73 Grosso, Salvatore 97 Grothwol, John 92 Green, Thomas 69, 143 Gregory, John 71 Grossman, Raymond 38, 80 Grundtner, Matthias 17 Guindon, Roderic 38 Guldan, James 89 Gustin, Ronald 18, 76, 86, B7 Haak, James 64, 67, 146 Haak, Louis 38, 84, 90, 146, 147 Hagan, Thomas 39 Hagen, Robert 38 Hall, Ted 90, 134, 135, 138 Hammers, Frank 39 Hancock, Dave 39, 90, 120, 123, 143 Hanni, Guy 85 Hardy, Patrick 78 Hardy, Samuel 78 Hare, James 90, 144 Harley, James 83, 99 Harmon, Warren 39, 77, 79 Harrer, Gerald 39, 79 Harrigan, John 39, 148 Hartung, Harvey 40, 79 Hasslinger, George 70 Healy, John 90, 140 Healy, Robert 73 Heberle, Robert 154 Heidenreich, Charles 19 Heimer, Duane 25, 155 Heinzen, Walter 76, 97 Heisentelt, William 71 Heiser, Frank 61, 63 Heller, George 96 Hon, Sister Bendu 11 Hemsch, William 69 Hendrickson, Todd 69 Hernandez, Albert 69 Herrick, John 40, 59, 77, 92 Hickey, James 40 Hickman, LeRoy 67, 81 Hidding, John 134, 138 Hierath, Leonard 40, 61, 77, 82, 95 Hildreth, Robert 67 Hiller, Charles 90, 144, 145 Hinchey, James 67 Hinderer, Harald 18 Hines, Alon 96 Hislop, John 40, 59, 134, 137, 138 Hoffman, James 85 Hottner, Edward 40 Hoftner, John 134, 149 Hofmeister, Donald 61, 67 Horstman, Thomas 133 Horyza, Leonard 41, 59, 84, 90, 94 144 Houle, Thomas 92 Hubler, Matthew 41, 94 Hufnagle, Paul 73, 154 Hughes, James 68 Hughesdon, Harold 17 Huisentruit, Jerome 41, 88, 91 Huntley, Richard 146 Huss, Roger 41, 77, 83 Husten, Russell 41 lllies, Keith 63, 64, BO, B9 lsaars, Lawrence 67, 81 Jacoby, Lester 41 Jando, Francis 83 Jansen, John 42 Janssen, George 71, 73 Jezek, Joseph 42 Johnson, David 71 Johnson, Peter 70 Johnson, Roy 148 Jones, Donald 67 Jones, Robert 42, 79 Jones, Thomas 42, 90, 143 Joranger, James 64 Juba, Harold 42, 97, 139 Jung, Laurence 96, 154 Junker, Ralph 148 Kabeismon, William 94, 123 Kalis, William 66 Kalscheuer, John 92, 97 Kammeier, Hugh 97, 146 Karas, Daniel 71 Karel, Eugene 96 Kartheiser, Edward 73 Kavaloski, Charles 96 Kazek, Joseph 63 Kozle, Victor 67 Keenan, Charles 78 Keenan, Robert 42 Kellen, James 61, 76, 82, 95, 97 Kelly, Gerard 96 Kelly, James 43, 59, 77, 85, 91 Kelly, John 43 Kelly, Patrick 43, 86, 87, 91, 113 Kelly, Paul 71 Kelly, Robert 88, 91, 154 Kelly, Thomas F. 66 Kenefick, Emmett 43, 77, 81, '111, 116 Kenefick, John 43 Kenetick, Thomas 71 Kennedy, Arthur 24 Kerr, James 70, 133 King, Curtis 85 Kinney, Richard 96 Kinney, William 78 Kirch, Richard 43, 139 Klotte, Mervin 70 Klein, Richard 76, 92 Klein, Rodney 62 Kline, John 70, 72 Klos, Michael 70 Kloskin, Glenn 70 Klug, Robert 17 Knapp, Fredrick 70 Knight, Michael 144 Knobloch, John 44, 59, 77, 94 Kobbe, Dole 61, 96 Kocourek, Roman 21, 120 Koch, Harold 44, 64 Kolb, Ronald 66, 82, 95 Koppi, Francis 90, 128 , Koprlva, John 44, 97 Kosec, Walter 128 Kosel, Robert 73, 128, 134 Kotefka, Jerome 44 Kramm, Donald 44 Kranz, John 73, 154 Kraska, Peter 63, 155 Krawiecki, Henry 96 Kreitz, John 24 Kretschmar, William 44, 81 Krolak, John 69 ' Kronschnabel, John 83 Krusee, Paul 92 Krushensky, Victor 45 Krzmarzick, Marvin 69, 96 Kuiawa, Walter 45 Kustelski, Thomas 45 LaBelle, Mark 154 LaGrandeur, Patrick 90 Lamers, Friedrich 92, 93 Lampert, Francis 25 Lannon, John 62, 78, 140 Lanpher, Edward 68, 71, 76 Lape, Donald 81 Larkin, William 45 Larson, William 16 Laschansky, Donald 71 Lattrel, Louis 70, 97 Lauer, Donald 79 Loventure, Philip 154 Lavin, Fr. James 21, 82, 95 Lawler, Richard 64 Leavitt, Curtis 73 LeBeau, Fr. Walter 20 Lee, Robert 134, 137 Leigh, James 89 LeMay, James 22, 85 LePage, Allan 67 Lepeska, James 45 Lethert, David 154 Leyden, Donald 13, 134 Li, Richard 23, 62, 91 Lienhart, James 69, 70, 92 Liewer, Kelly 96, 132 Lillestol, Philip 23 Lillie, David 73 Linkenheil, Robert 73 Lodahl, Jerome 70 Loe, Donald 70,72 Logeais, Donald 72, 73 Lohmor, Robert 67 Loney, Patrick 45 Lord, John 63 Lucas, Andrew 62, 76, 91 Lucke, Bill 70 Lukoskie, George 46 Lunney, Gerald 92 Lunney, J. Anthony 97 Luther, James 46, 83, 93, 111 Lydon, Robert 46 Lynch, Edward 69 Lynch, Richard 63, 84, 90, 144, 147 Mackenzie, Charles 46 Mackey, James 46, 78 Madigan, John 68 Mahoney, Thomas 14 Maiers, John 63 Mancuso, Robert 46, 84, 90, 95, 157 Manley, Earl 47, 94, 123 Mansheim, Jerome 89 Marchetti, Bernard 128 Marrs, Stanley 47, 59, 80, 89, 93, 9 Martin, George 19, 87 Martinka, Stanley 128, 143 Morton, William 94, 129 Matsch, John 47, 80 Matthews, Charles 47, 90, 129 Mattox, Gerald 47 Mayer, Francis 23, 97 McArthur, Francis 47 McCann, Vincent 133 McCarthy, James 48 McConnell, Kenneth 85 McConnell, Thomas 97 McCord, Richard 148 McCormick, Byron 62, 64, 154, 157 McCormick, John 94, 140, 141 McDonald, Thomas 73, 93, 98 McEllistrem, Edward 69 McGarry, James 48 McGinty, Bertram 69, 71 McGinty, Robert 71 McGough, Thomas 67, 140 McGrane, Franklin 20 McGraw, James 14 McGuire, James 61 McGuire, Robert 62, 86 McHugh, William 90, 144, 145 McKenna, John 63 McKenna, Richard 140 McLean, Frederick 96 9, 157 M:Millin, Kenneth 16 McNamara, Cornelius 14 McNamee, Paul 48, 86,4 87 Merchant, Carl 64 Merriman, Richard 78 Metz, Leo 69 Meyer, Gerald 69, 78, 144 Mezzenga, Donald 43, 133 Mickus, James 84, 94, 123 Mikulina, Kenneth 78 Miles, LeRoy 70 Miller, John 48, 95, 97, 120 Miller, Richard 143 Millhouse, Timothy '129 Milske, Paul 71 Mireou, Arnold 25 Misgen, Roger 48, 82 Mock, Raymond 12 Moelter, Fr. Nicholas 18, 86, B7 Mohrbacher, John 12, 49 Mohs, John 64 Molitor, David 97 Monahan, Dennis 69, 90, 128, 141, 146 Montbriond, Robert 139 Moore, Thomas 70, 72, 154 Mooney, David 73, 97, 144 Moran, James 49, 96, 97 Moriarty, Patrick 49, 76, 84, 90, Morrisette, Larry 154 Morrissey, Dennis 91, 96 Moulton, Wilber 16 Mueller, Franz 18, 92 Mueller, Roman 63, 80 Mullen, John 62, 86 Mullen, Joseph 81 Mullin, Gerald 77, 78, 90 Mullin, Michael 121, 140, 144, Mulrooney, Thomas 65, 76 Mundi, Joseph 19 Murnane, Richard 71 Murphy, Emmet 13 Murphy, John 149 Murphy, Neil 69, 128 Murray, James 97 Murray, Mu rrin, Nelson, Nelson, Joseph 49 John 71 John 72 Robert 70 Nolan, John 90, 146 Obersta Oberuc, O'Brian, O'Brien, r, James 86 Gerald 49 Thomas 154 Bruce 49 O'Brien, James 120, 129, 138 O'Brien, Richard 50 O'Connell, Kenneth 97 Mach, Francis 60 ,63, 76, 84, 94, 123, 129, 131 O'Connor, John 20 Oden, Chester 50 O"Donnell, James 50 O'Donnell, Fr. William 12 Otstead, Eilert 81 O'Keefe, Joseph 72, 73 O'Keefe, Timothy 22 O'Loughlin, Robert 84 Olson, Gerald 97 Olson, Leonard 149 Olson, Richard 64 Olson, Roger 62 O'Meare, Robert 60, 64, 77, 111 O'Neill, James A. 61, 64, 78 O'Neill, James E. 70, 72 O'Neill, Joseph 72 O'Phelan, John 90, 140, 141, 1 Padrnos, John 50 Fartington, Joseph 97 Perusse, Robert 69 Peters, Fr. Walter 21 Peterschmidt, Mark 89 Peterson, James 97 Peterson, Jerome 71 Ptoser, Anthony 64, 81 Pietel, Joseph 79, 82, 98 Plante, Joseph 83 Popelka, John 154 Popovich, Nicholas 69 Fott, Francis 67 Powell, Joseph 13, 50, 76, 84 Privitera, Carmelo 17 Probst, Fr. Robert 21 Puype, George 154 Quackenbush James 70 Quigley, John 50 Quinlan, Maurice 14, 93 Quinn, William 51 Il1d6X 130, 131, 140, 132,146,147 152 48 Pugh, John 25, 155 44 Raetz, Bernard 73, 128, 134, 1 Rahrman, Glenn 51, 88 Raicic, Ronald 128 Raymond. Roy 73 Ready, John 51 Reaume, Daniel 142, 143 Regan, William 51 Reiling, William 28, 51, 76, 82, 91 Reinartz, Thomas 70, 154 Reiss, Hans 28, 51, 59, 77, 80, 87, 94, 119 Reuber, Joseph 17 ReVoyr, Jack 93, 96, 154 Reyes, Edward 52 Rhode, George 71 Richardson, William 66 Riedl, Jerome 139 Riehm, Frederick 84 Ries, Donald 85 Riley, Phillip 88 Rink, Arthur 80 Robasse, Gerald 62, 154 Rockwell, Anthony 71 Rofiers, Dale 62, 79 Rotters, David 70 Rogan, William 90, 129, 134, 137, 144 Rogers, James 71 Rogge, Leonard 13 Roggenbuck, Marcus 25, 52, 80, 99 Rohricht, James 67 Rolewitz, Rcihard 90, 132, 146 Rolfe, Thomas 82, 90, 91 Ralph, David 73 Roney, Eugene 52 Ross, G. W. C. 19, 87, 92 Ross, John 52 Rossmeisl, Robert 52 Rathenbacher, Robert 52, 80 Rotter, Kenneth 146 Rotty, Cletus 72 Rousseau, Richard 140, 141 Ruppert, David 63 Ryan, James 53, 59, 76, 85, 105, 152 Ryan, John 64 Ryan, Robert 67 Rynard, Norman 53 Sackett, James 63, 97 St. Martin, John 12 Sappa, Richard 129 Saunders, Richard 69 Scallen, Stephen 53, 76, 83, 98 Scanlan, John 53, 132, 143 Schaefer, Eugene 53 Schaefer, Robert 53, 92 Schaffer, Daniel 71 Schauinger, Herman 19, 87 Schaumann, John 96 Schiefelbein, Thomas 54 Schlemm, Clayton 25 Schlosser, Gerald 78 Schmall, Robert 54 Schmid, Robert 73 Schmid, Michael 54 Schmidt, John 66, 96, 97 Schmidt, Max 15 Schmitz, James 97 Schneeman, Daniel 28, 54, 59, 76, 90, 94, 142, 143 Schneeman, George 67, 92 Schneider, Ramon 54, 134, 136 Schnell, Jerome 81 Scholz, Donald F. 54, 87 Schraad, Thomas 83 Schultz, Donald 97 Schultz, Leo 134 Schumacher, Charles 67 Schumacher, Robert 73 Schwab, Edward 67 Schwab, Richard 73 Schwandt, Theodore 55 Schwartz, James F. 73, 79 Schwartz, James W. 63, 98, 154 Schwartz, LeRoy 63, 80 Schweitzer, Philip 143 Scott, James 65, 76, 90, 146 sebeld, Roy 55, 79 Seidel, James 55, 134, 137 Seidl, Louis 154 Seng, Robert 55 Sernett, John 71 Sevenich, Roman 19 Shatter, John 97 Shea, William 76, 91 Shears, Louis 134, 135, 138 Sherman, Richard 69, 98 Simler, Norman 18, 65 Simon, Robert 61, 89 Sirek, Donald 55 Sitzmann, Joseph 73 Skogland, Richard 55 Skok, Eugene 69, 89 Smith, David 71 Smith, Franklin 16 Snook, Robert 66, 92, 97 Sobollk, Eston 71, 96 Sokol, Paul 22, 134, 148 Srsen, Gerald 71 Stansberry, Gordon 67 Stearns, Allan 69, 142, 143 SteHen, Thomas 140 Stehly, Frederick 97, 148 Stein, Robert 60, 61, 64, 76, 78, 102 Steiner, Bruce 86, 97 Stemper, Lawrence 56, 59, 76, 94, 95, 12 Steveken, David 69 Stevens, Richard 56, 149 Stitts, Thomas 85, 89, 97, 149 Strei, Kenneth 56 Stubbs, George 17 Style, Jerome 73, 90, 129 Sweeney, Fr. William 21, 92 Switt, John 56, 134, 136 Tarpey, James 71 Taylor, Frederick 16 Terami, Takashi 16 Therrien, Melvin 22 Thiebert, Jerrold 76, 93, 98 Thielen, Lowell 56, 157 Thompson, Joseph 73 Thompson, William 25, 155 Thornton, John 72 Thuente, Raphael 22, B4 Thyken, Ralph 134 Toepper, Thomas 66 Toman, George 15 Tomsicek, William 16 Tousignant, Thomas B0 Toussaint, Richard 63, 81 Tratas, Richard 90, 92, 128 Trossen, Reynold 146 Trost, Lawrence 69 Trudeau, Thomas 69, 70 Tulp, Richard 66, 134 Tuma, Beniamin 96 Turek, Richard 56 Turk, Thomas 70, 156 Tworney, David 57, 152 Ullman, Gary 70, 92, 97 Van Steenkiste, Thomas 57 Vasterling, David 67 Velicer, Allan 57 Victora, James 69' Vilendrer, James 144 Vitali, James 57 Vogrin, George 66 Voight, Kenneth 69 Wachs, Theodore 64, 78 Wagoner, Joseph 69, 146 Walczak, Hubert 64 Wald Gary 98 Walsh, James L, 66 Walsh, Leo 132 Walters, Thomas 57, 79 Wat-ten, Paul 134 Weigel, Mark 85 Weingart, John 148 Weir, Jerome 128 Weiss, Clarence 69 Welsh, Jack 134 Wescott, Walter 73, 98 Westbrook, James 82, 93, 98 Wastrup, David 66, 97 Westrup, Donald 61, 85 Whalen, Lawrence 92 Whalen, Richard 57, 91, 93, 99 Whelan, Michael 143 White, James 69 White, Thomas 24, 118, 119 Whooley, James 67 Wickenheiser, Thomas 58, 59, 76, 93, 98 Wier, G. Thomas 58, 78 Willenbring, Elmer 66 Willette, Edward 97 Willging, Herbert 15 Williams, Michael 58, 80, B7 Williams, Stanley 94 Wind, Paul 70 Windus, Patrick 61 Wintord, Theodor 63, 93, 99 Winter, Ralph 16 Wirtz, Paul 58, 80, 99 Witt, Jerry 25, 155 Witte, Charles 73, 143 Wittman, Fr. Robert 13 Wodaraak, William 72 Woicik, Victor 71 Woodley, T. D. 149 Wright, Gerald 73, 128, 134, 144 Wright, Paul 149 Yankovec, Robert 15, 98, 157 Yarussa, James 66 Young, Wallace 58, 82 Yung, Raymond 58 Yurcek, Charles 96, 97 Zaczkowski, Thomas 133 Zanish, Michael 70 Zeug, Thomas 69 Zimmerman, John 70, 72 Zimmerman, Robert 72, 96 3 Page One Hundred and Fifty-nina'


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