Ursuline High School - Ursulinian Yearbook (Youngstown, OH)

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Treasurer Graduates of 44 No we re not dreamrnq were wrde awake and rts true yes all very true Our school days are almost over and qraduatron ts mrghty near The Joy of possessrna that drploma wrll more than exceed the unpleas antness of sleepless nrqhts spent over home work headaches and rmd year exams We dare say we have accomplrshed much rn these four short years We have contrrbuted members of our class to the frqhtrna forces of God and country Ursulrne s 44 football season wrll open wrth a loss You see Uncle Sam wrll have placed about frfteen of the players rn hrs servrce shrftrna thelr posrtrons somewhat Thrs years scoreboard reqtstered srx vrc t rres and three defeats Qurte a record ana w new take our bowl e arent lrahh t h e rt e really belreve vyerc as aood as tlnc nr 1-'t have been well represented Erahteen of our lass have been selecte cr the ttf fr Ll nor Sc rety ln C test grven at So 1 h ll als four senrcrs Je e lassed art cnfg the fr fy ntyfrve of the erahty student wh t k he 'est Many of us have taken actrve part rn the Lrbrary Club Gnosrs Club Enqlrsh Club Dramatrcs Club and Altar Club A glance at our club records wrll show work well done Qur snoops for scoops Journalrsts es pecrally Edrtor Nancy Iohnston are to be congratulated for therr publrcatron of The Ursulme News We apprecrate them now that they re back down to earth after the f1nal publrcatron One of the prrncrpal events of the year was the presentatron of the Senror Play Ra mona on May 22 and 23 wrth Evelyn Rrley and lack Hrckey rn the leadrnq roles However as commencement sranrfres we are ready to start an entrrely dlffe-rent krnd cf lrfe These four years of formal educatron wrll help us frnd our place rn the world and accomplrsh the purpose fcr whrch God cre ated us V e srn erely thank Ursulrne l-lrqh Schc l and fr ulty f r hav 'ra roperly prepared tc lr e ccuraaeously and thought fully t s o t -, t A ' - t ' W - ' 1 . -. a we br V14 , - it v - Y V A - ' , ' ,V a , . . U' t 2 . ' ' ' fellow. By the results of our honor roll we J- r , c. cs , , d fs - Napnl AN r c ., sc' , . 1. - V .V . 'I C - U C , 1 4 ' YV. IV :A A A p C 1 sg tts cc' o , p - 5,84 , - 1 y W' 4 U 3 . 5 C5 us , face rf, , ' - the . . r 4 r 7 ge Tu-.'en.y 3 PAUL WALSH St Edward s rf EVELYN RILEY Immac Conceptxon GERALDINE ARNOLD Sacred Heart FFL LEO BILLOCK St Edward Iuarrxat C F Ciba 1 os I. 1. IOHN BUCKON St Patncl: n 1 Icrr Cheer ea 9 Dram ANNE CONABOY Sacred Heart BETTY ALEXANDER St Columba HELEN BARNES St Brendan IACQUELINE BLAKE St Edward LL MARY BUCHMAN St Domxruc L F BOB DOWNEH St Brendan IOAN AMHEIHN St Domxmc ROSEMARY BELLER St Dommxc MARY BONACHER St Ann l., ll ANN CANNON St Edward 1 C ks Luk J FATHER COOK SUPERVISING HIS CLASSES IN MECHANICAL DRAWING 2.1: 5 kfE'S.jC'f.I -2 1::- Ziitei 2 -Q 1.235 ff'f:e1 4 News Situ flxt Hx.: Ext FZJL3., Q L -Q S-271.52 2-1, Sat 571.31 ?,:j.' 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Q.LLD l.L:11y 1, Gfc- Qui H5119 2,1513 Sex.: R13- X1 milffx l --4 532.11 Ji "-z MARTHA CANTWELL S! Edward 9r1 1' ,1 1 5 1 S MARY COLEMAN Sacred Hear! Club A MARGARET DOWNES Immac Concephon Semor Pla Annual Siaff Class. O1f1cc1 3 Lbrary Club V 3 Enql1sl1 Club Gnos1 Club 1 L ll JACK FINN St Brendan Annual Stuff Football 4 Altar Club Gnos1s Club LI Baslcwtl l 9 1v1cn Club ARTHUR GRADY S! Rose Q John B LC IXICIIIIOIIC Club 4 S1 anlsh Clu lxlllll Lub Enqll l1 Club no 1 C ub Bowhna 'l' P IIM CAVANAUGH S1 Edward ED DIGNAN St Columbo X' U CTA L 1- BERNADETTE ENGEL Sacred Heart D1 mat C L nb Altar Club Gncs S C1ul Seimar P1 y A ROBERT FLASCO St Columba Annual S af, Bowl nq 'l'e'11n Enqlzsh Club Drannl 1' Clul PATRICIA GREENAWALT IOE CLARK Sl Dommnc HUB!-IRT DOUGHERTY St Mary lNew Castlel SL C J CG C Y '1 ED FANNON St Edward can OI P ay , ar sn Club 1 na 1C Club PHOSIS Club Faotba l lies Baskolb xll l my C b IM GILLESPIE Sl Patnclr Ten or Play 1a111at1C Club nb:.1:. Club lfootbxll 3 4 k tbxl I 11 C 1, Q1 EVELYN I-IAGAN Sacred Hen Immac Concephon 1' C G ss CL A Clua I1lSl1L C '1 u A A ,Cu 11 1 THE SQUAD DESPERATELY FIGHTING TO MAKE THE GAME A VICTORY THE OFFICE PRACTICE CLASS GETS ACQUAINTED WITH MACHINES FOR BUSINESS CAREERS JACK HENNESSY SI Painck ROBERT HOCHADEL St Joseph CARL HUNCKLER S! Edward MARTIN JOYCE St Edward MATT KENNEY St Patnck PATRICIA HERMAN SS Cyrxl 6 Methodxus DICK HUMPHREY Rose PAUL IACKANICH Sl Mary JEANNE KELLY Si Brendan JAMES KERRIGAN Sacred Hear! JACK HICKEY St Edward TED HUMPHREY Edward L NANCY IOHNSTON Domxmc KATHLEEN KELLY St Edward MARYALICE KIRWAN S! Brendan LHC! 1 L '6- HOME NURSING CLASS PREPARES GIRLS FOR WORK ON THE HOME FRONT NORITA KLING S! Patrxck H r Am S14 r 1 s S 1 L rx s C u UL L u LII-1 my L L P113 BILL LYDEN St Edward 1 H nor Src e 5 Amuul Bus MU 1 B og Foo! 4 ll 5 s Club L mu C, ub nql sb Club Pies vfe Club O McCAl-THEY Colum n Club C Club Serv e C .Ab C uh DON MCQUILLAN Si Domxmc EVELYN MALARICK St Matlhxas BETTY LEHNIERD Sl Columba 1 HCI OC o ul lx, lfvvs S 1 Amlucll A c Clic Club LICSIS Club gll h K. A lII L b l I u DOROTHY LYDEN Sl Domlmc DIGIHGIIC Club Spcmslx Club Fnqllsh Club Altar Club Annuul Staff Cnosls Club PATRICK MCMAHON S! Patnck News Assoc Ed Drmnutc Club Gnosls Club Suvxce Club Glee Club ED MCTIGUE St Edward N .f s St if s Club I L 9 THERESA MANNING S! Columbo BOB LILKO Mulihxas Awnua tu otbx l 7 S o n B Oc Ex q sh C ub Cn Csub mu! Q L u NORINNE LYDEN Sl Domxmc llarnatlc Club Vue Presxdem Spcmlsh Club Fnqlxsh Club Gnosls Club Alla! Club Mulorettes Lbxary Club VIRGINIA MCNAMARA S! Columbo Gnos s Club Glee C ub Enalxsh Clu 1 C IOE MCTIGUE Sl Edward bus is rx 5 s C uh 1.1 L BOB MARTINKO St Matthias LO A UISE MONTELI. CHARLES MORLEY Immac Concepuon Gnos S Cub A Q Lb urf Cub RITA MORLEY St Brendan Enql sh C E urrcxt c 'IOS S A A MARY MURTHA St Brendan Clee Club Drczmn Q Club 3 Gros s C u cr o DANE O BRIEN St Columba Drcmanc Cub Gnos1s Club Lcmn Club Annual SUV FLORENCE OTT Sl Edward Ncrt Honor SOC GHOSIS Club Dramcluc Club Enqllsh C ub News Stuff Semor Plxy Lbrary C ub Sl Columba Sen or Pray Annuu S B1 K Cub rr'1 ,X3 I JA' DON MORRISON St Patrxck Span sh C .1 Lrurrut Gras 5 C NANCY NIGGEL S! Charles Nut Honor S lnun Jr C Clu Yngl sl' 11 C nc S C ub xt rl Cl Arruu CI ff PATRICIA O NEIL St Edward Gnosls Club Enqllsh Club Dxamatc Club French Club Annual Stuff Sen cr Pl ,I FRANK PETROLA St Patnck Enqhsh Club Altczr Club Drcxrncrtxc Club in or Play LEO MORLEY Sl Brendan Qfln r P14 1 OLIVE MULHALL S! Brendan 1JrJ 131 C M3 ore A Cn s s C111 Qen or P Clee- C ub NORMA NORTON Immac Conception Enql1 h Clu NQ us Fcuturr fd L br ny Clu Cln- Clul A Orghf- 1 Band Gncs S Club Semor Play Altzr Club CI r I C C IACQUELINE OROFINO St Edward Gnosls Club Glee Club Lnqllsh Club 1r'1r'mtC Cub A Sian 1 Pay GEORGE POPOVICH Si Mailhxas Gnos1s Club Drcimcxtlc Club S Iohn B oc L1 1 C ab HOME ECONOMICS PROVIDES FOR GOOD FUTURE HOMEMAKERS 1 I l I 1 ' ' bu. zo 'f' G, . A, Luttet 1. I tif' Fzcrbml 3 4 . r ' L ' Fzztbclll, I-fgr Sezvg, CML Lr:r:1ut1C Club 'sl 922211 I-13: Sena: Pxzy A1121 Q ' ' .,. . ,. f' .JL Gr1Qs1s flulz J. V l V, f- 1 ' I 1 'lub F I 1 -l' b 'K If rr 1 Club I 1 1 Cla: .1 L: Club 5 ties G1 1 Club 1 1 Club G, , A. ltzr Club Annum Stxlf C1 L 1 ' 'L G, , A. 1, 1 My Q 'l 1. ' . oc 5 C fy, A f 1' l V 1 ' b 3 , - ,I . Alt r Club . ' l1' 1 C'1k. 1' 1 " 1, 1 1 'Eb ' C1 'l ' 1 ' 1 Q. , , .. 1 S-11 r Plzy I.- 1 .Hub G, A A, 111 . C 1 1 S Ig 1 Dr 11:11 lub . . 1 ' ' l ' F' 1 1 l - G' G. . A. I 10 l l 1 . S . K ' E A A ' : tn l' lf'-fx lum- 'vs ,1- THE TYPING CLASS ACQUIRES SKILL TO MEET THE DEMANDS OF THE BUSINESS WORLD JEANNE QUINLAN Sl Columbo JACK RAMSEY S! Edward ERNIE SZALMA St Brendan IDA MAE SCHULTZ Pcxlnck ETHEL SKLENAR ,- Holy Name 3 I ROSEMARY QUINN Sl Columba EDWARD I REILLY Sacred Heart EVELYN SANTER S1 Francxs FLORENCE SHUTRUMP St Joseph KATHLEEN SLAVIN Sacred Heart BILL RABEL S! Edward JERRY RODGERS S1 Columba EILEEN SHEET2 St Brendan Fu RUTH SHUTRUMP S1 Joseph MARY SMITH St Dommxc MICHAEL SNITZER Iohn ihe Bcphsl MARGARET TEVIS SS Cynl and Methodms C uc SS SW In 'I L PATRICIA VANO SI Elxzdbelh Llbri ,I C ul' A or C L 13m IH' Engl sh C ul Annull cuff News C1 ,Q ED ILLENCIK Sl Dommlc NG Hofxcr S C Annual St ff Sckolarshxp TFSI Enqlsl' Ou QGYVILC Club Gncsl C J CAROLINE SNYDER S! Edward BETTY TILLINGER S! Ioseph L. BOB VAUGHAN Rose P as dprx nri en c l CA A r Class Le cuf- P1es1dent IJ Gtlf: Cllxv SQ 0 cxrsl' P V ce IUNE WINTHER SI Domlmc Glee Club Mmorette Home N,1xs nd Dzamutlc Clula Altar Cub ACl,JD9 P f IACK STURGEON Edward MILDRED TINKLER S! Edward Q awful MARY WELSH Pcxlnck C un r' ul rl L PAUL EDWARDS St Edward Fc b mc C Cub Gnos S Club un IUNIOR AND SENIOR GIRLS SERVE A BANQUET IN THE SCHOOL CAFETERIA X, x 1. ' 4. E549 5, A Variety Of Supervised Activity To Enrich The American Spirit 9 qih M G Clbkpqstpwiththeflhq th if ld Lets Look Ahead To A Class Reumon Scheduled To Take Place In 1970 Hello everybody thrs rs your travenng reporter from statron WKBN Pat McMahon assrsted on controls by lack Ramsey and E I Rerlly Today we ve brought our port able mrcrophone up to Ursulrne Hrgh School to look rn on the 1970 reunron of the class of 44 Most of these people havent seen each other now for twenty frve years so naturally they ll all be wondermg what therr class mates are dorng The guests are Just begrn nrng to arrrve Ah' here comes Senator Carl Hunclfler whose oratorrcal VOICG and lengthy speeches have made h1m famous rn polrtrcs and hrs well known colleague Congress man Rrchard Humphrey Grrards Grft to Congress And here s lohn Hynes the c1ty s relrable Truant Offrcer and Paul lackamch the West Srde expert on all games of chance Drrectly behmd them rs Doctor Martrn ce M D Ph D LLD DE and emrnent co screntxst Ernest Szalma he great physrcrst Commg up the starrway rs Leo Morley Amerrcan Ambassador to Moscow accom panred by Brrgadrer General Robert Mar trnko Now we see Iackre Blake Mrstress of Ceremomes on Informatron Please Wrth her IS Head Nurse Martha Cantwell from St Ehzabeths Hospltal lohn Buckon the renowned opera star and hrs talented accompanrst Rosemary Beller have Just arrrved And look at thrs the edrtors of the two rrval Youngstown papers Betty Alexander and Nancy fohnston arm rn arm' Next 1U lrne rs that brg Wall Street frnan crer Charles Morley Wrth htm ls the great lecturer Don McQu1llan who grves talks on absenteersm A b1g gasollhe truck rs SKECIWIITICJ up thc drrve That rs Brll G Lyden presrdent of the Lyden Standard Sunoco Consolrdated G11 Company drrvrng dna Slamus Kerrrrar I the countrys fastest sprmter who does th lUU rn B OO seconds flat rs followrng rt Bob Lrlko manager presrdent and owner of the Personal Frnance Co loe Matasy drs trrct representatrve of the C l O and Ed ward lllencrk the connorsseur of corffures are also arrrvmg Behrnd therrt are Betty Lehnerd who oper ates a school for musrc and columnrst Mary Lourse Bonacker who wr1tes artlcles on The Model West Pomt Brrae Enterrng the burldrng are Anne tDollyl Conaboy the actress who specrallzes rn elderly sprnster parts and Peqqy' Downes who rngs rn Bob Elascos orchestra Bob you know rs the latest successor to Guy Lombardo Ioan Amrerhn who was recently appornt ed Secretary of Labor rs commg rn now wrth her assrstant lerry Arnold Why are all the grrls SWOODIHQQ Chl 1t s that suave movre star Dane OBr1en and wrth hrm are Matt Kenny the lrghtwerght boxmg champlon and hrs manager Srlent Moe Morrrson Hubert Daugherty well known comedran of stage and screen and hrs good frrend foe Clark head coach of Boston College are talkrng over old tlmes together Here are Helen Barnes proprretor f Barnes Beauty Salon and her capable as srstants Rrta Morley and Pat Greenawalt A streamlrned supercharged statron wagon Just pulled up and here comes the drlver Bob Vaughan Wlth hrm are mortr cran Paul Walsh the famous undertaker and lack Sturgeon owner of the Sturgeon Super Market And rrght after them are the world s cham pron typrsts Rosemary Qumn and Berna dette Engel and that popular srngmg star Pat Herman Ah' l see Adrnrral Leo Brllock IS home from Hawan and lack Henessy the famous archttect who desrgned the new Cathedral rs wrth htm Ccntl uc FYI II , I I , . 1 F ,- ' Q ,. 4 I V I , . - . 'I I - . . ., ' . , T I . , , . ,, ,, . X I . . It I 1 - I ' rt I I 1 C s . , , , . , , I . - . , . loy , . ., . ., . ., . ., hrs - I n . . 1 ' - , l I V I . f . I O . , I . , . ' ' hl a . ' ' I . I . . W . . . ' I I aa I , , ' . 1 v A L A' V Y V V A l ' ' A ' v Y, f -4 1 A A . V K, t . .1 . 3, 1, C- ,. r. ed J. PCQe 04D Q, 'zur . 1.11 Q. 1- Music . . . To Boost Morale I' ,.,...,.' F' . .' . ' ' ' ' " ' i fl. dung granoe tnrogan nisfory o.ear.y 1,rusT.i:'es ine ":1pori:' r o' " 'QELC ana lI'Q'.',l9I'.C5 lf nzza or. ine '.-.'o:.a, Each school has its own d1s'1r.au1shed periorrrrers and at 'lrsqlno have our or-In rnusicgans. Two graduates :torn the 'jrsulzne School oi TAQSQC are iosernary Eeler, who was graduated li Qotooer, 1243, and Bety Alexiznder n-:no graduated in Sepiernher, l9-42. Everyone 1-Jill rerneniloer Beffy Lehnerd, school pianist who was on hand :or every play or assembly. '.'fe are eojualiy proud of our trunipefers, Torn Cavanauah, fizrrtien Renaldi and Tir: fflcG1r,ty. Theirs was the honor oi playing during the Poniifioai fflozss of our Most Reverend Bishop at St. Colunploas Cathedral on Pairn Sunday and on Easter Sunday. fffuszc used to boost morale car. be exerzrpiiie-oi no hefer Tnixn during 'he V resent world crrsis. ln both classical and porxiiar rorrzrs, lf has been presented 'Q our ':rr:,ed forces everywhere. Recently, perroas of rriusicfil 9TLf9IfCX1YLIYLC'I.Y have been given in rriany of the hdsy war factories, Authorities realize that precious time so spent in raisinfg the fI,OVIiC' of o'ir fightinfg forces and our wfrr-'.-forkers is tirre well spent. Qur ','.ffn hard has heerg fl source of rziordzle hrindzrvg. The foothall tfafirz. '.-fill no doubt verify that the hand played an 1rr.rf,rtf1r1t role durina the football soasor.. For every assernhly and school activity the hand was ready to entertfzrn. The Spring Concert, held on April 21 and 23, showed the fine work drrfi hy the music department. Lona wiil he rerneniloered the renditions of such favorites os the Emperor Waltz, 0 Sanctissinia, The Bells of St. lflarys, and The Stars and Stripes Forever. Yes, the Sprina Concert was indeed xnspinng and we hope that it will he an annuczi event in the future history of Ursuline. Rosemary Beller Betty Alexander A. -, ,.......,-b. Fxrst Row Tony Forlunalo Edmund Burke lohn Burke Alvm Lehnerd, Fred Aqresla. limmy McGmly Glenn Bennet! Tom Cavanauqh Bob Mahoney Robert Will. Second Row Mary Io Steadman Mary Ann Blscan lean Barrett Freda Zidian, Mildred Bushta, Iohanna Welsh Sally Hochadel Ioyce Barrett Kaihryn Manley, Doroihy Cavancruqh. Thxrd Row lohn Conrecode Gene Davxs Martm Conroy Bob Connelly, Waller Weickencmd. Bob Rhythm Makers Hove you ever Housed when you were wolkino into ossembly to whot o wonderful rhyfhni your feel kept lmie? Yes, you're rlqht ite our Ur- eulme bond, oll fllted out m thot gold ond green. Nc molter Whot the weather or where 12 wos our bond wins there to lift rxterole. A gold star to Tony Fortunoio whose obzluy to Eeod fhe bouid m lmrlcote flelo maneuvers 15 out- etondmg. . Majorettes AVQYFY fliex' Yfilriiftip, 1 is T: 'ff ' filillitllfl fr 1' gczrizdf- they rtitzke fx ref:'1ff'1l ,attiue '15 keep l'f?Ylf'BCf fuxe strL1ft1ziq1 m their urulorzzzs if green 'md gold, Them ttiiffo 1: grizolzce rzzikes rerleef. I Cut 55.251 Cixi. 154:51 the lzrgest K f- --V ,-I w-,-,-- ,-of,-K- .,, 1' A ,.. ,, Zefly ,f':..':: .Rc -.ly. Mary Catherine Walsh, Gloria Donnelly. Kitiy Downes, Margar- et Morley. Iayne Downer, Fran ces Pacik. Ann Polaic at the piano. Spring Concert P Q ff 'HQ """I"inQ'Q ff mf Pictured above are sour, ,N .. 7 .Uv ..,,.V V . Girls' Chorus ITICICUCRYIQ during QTEK IYQE? time. Tha SQQILQ to be taking their wfr? "Cry sericggsly. B?3iCVv' 15 FI pittiim Srifzppflfi fjhlflfiij the Syiriri Cnrirgort on April 23, zehovfirifg tho Girls' Chrriis mid Tiif? Bfrrid. Uridor thu dirieitifri Ci Wir. Hgrhert A Shrfeder, Ihfiy 'gave fzri Cx 'W-iii? gerlirtzrziii MVT '.-Jrli long be roxrieznhered, Seated: Betty Alexander. Betty Tillinger, Florence Shutrump. Ted Humphrey. Norita Klinq, Ioe Clark Standing: Pat Vano. Rosemary Beller, Bob Martinko. 1944 Ursulinian Staff Associate Editors Organization Editor Sports Editor Feature Editor G. A. A. Editor Editor Betty Alexander and Associate Editor Betty Lehnerd deciding on what goes where and how. Editor-in-Chiel ,Y It, N Business Managers f 'fini P' ' fgxien Circulation Managers PM lfrrfmk' iviliff' Slllfwil Advertising Manager if r1': illgri: Collection Managers fl ::--.- lex' C .:,..... mmm . V l r ..., Stenographers I :' Ill 4 Business Managers Bill Lyden and Ioe Clark discuss financial Ida Mae MorleY Vxrqmm MCCqf1hY JoAnne gn I hnston Maryclxce Knw NqnCY 0 Babel Norma Nhcaxganoumn Bull Schultz 1 hong, The U sul ne N Coiriiilu astaff N::ul'n. 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A RT 1111-,.rv1i.vf.fwu-M. , -- I ' jk I J, , .4?- , , Wikis I 17 Un -V . ,V - If ,V V ' ,132 ,T i , I H V , W 1 I Nat1ona1 Honor SOC1etY Q Q 1ety Q a1Qt ac pY1JllGJ6 lcr the D c r reatnsltee Qchclarehrp ar er e e eh C ll eta e C e e ere Qele ed by a 11 ty e to y E12 seth Alexander Joseph lc Ar C1 a V' Lyae 'Vl ry Q h El1z beth Lehr1erd Robert V PC Q y IN rra K rg Nancy N1qqell Patr1c1a '-1er a Dcee ry W Hcloer Hcch del Seruors Helen oea e 2 oler D r 1 Ly '1 Q :Ia Swabek Dorothy Clark Dav1 tru M 1ry F D y Fr rc he Qtoaehte 1ce C'llC9fS are Pr Sldcfl Robert Vaughan VlC9 PfGSl Q1 A C r C y Se re cry Betty Aexcmder Treaeurer W1ll1am Lyden MISSIONS When leQ,1Q Chr1s rvea here He jrcve to SOCl9lY the strongest of all UNITIITQ torc S H15 lVlvst1cal Bccly the Church But there are TT11lllOlf1S of people 111 the world whc are Qt1ll unaware of the Cathohc Church and llS Ler1ef1tQ That 1Q or1e of the reaeohs why rmsstons were formed Ursulme has cor1tr1b,1tecl qreatly llfl alamq th1s work Standmg Anne Conaboy Pal Herman Evelyn Rlley Ed ll lenclk Betty Lehnerd Bob Hochadel Bob Vaughan Flor ence Ott Norxla Khng Sealed Rosemary Beller Bel ty Alexander Nancy Nrggel Bob Marhnko Slandxng Agnes Clgolle Mar rlyn Rhxel Helen Shea Iohn Entler E I Rerlly Donna Collms Seated Gene Davxs Eleanor Baluch Gene Ross: . . uewp. v we -e ,QQ pn..-Nw' 5-yen gee . 1 N ' - . - f .v1':...A,,....,.:. 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I l l- 1 ' V' ., I l . , M A of - Q ' ' ' 2 1 l I ' . . 2 f ' Altar Club Although the Altar Club lS corr par at1vely new at Ursuhne 1t lQ already one of the most act1ve lts purpose 1 to care for the needs of the al ar lts ofhcers Edward I Re1lly Pr Sl dent Eun1ce McCardell V1 e Pres dent B1ll Babel Secretary 1 1d Worth 1 Cantwell Treasurer are to ce c naru t1on They have donated to the schoc1 a b9CIUlllUl new rr1ssal ootlaht Nth the proceeds of a dance held of A r ll 1n the school aud1tor1u The altar was beaunfully deccr tea for all occas1ons espe 1ally r Ch mas F1rst Fndays and Refre t Spanish Club sings the songs of Latin American friends who are fast influencing our lives. Under the d1rect1on of Presx dent Bill Lyden the English Club holds cx meeting Patty ONeil shows members of the French Class cx pxcture of the famous French Opera House in Pans l l . c s . Q 4 , g QI ,1 ' .L I A ' C f nf, ulated on the success of the oraanizaf U . L , N ' .1 ' l. 1 o 1 p 11 ' , cc' fo rlste Dramatics QVGYYQIQE ilf. 1I,:Q1ffQI.Qf'4' '1 Pat Greencxwall performs for the enure Drcmchcs Club at thelr monihly meelmg 1 Cast Includes Mary Welsh Nonnne Lyden Iune Wxnlher lock Hickey and Ted Humphrey ll Cas! rncludes Evelyn Rxlev Ieunne Qumlan Rosemary Beller Iohn Buckon Florence Ott Ed Fonnon and Peggy Downes lflem 1J:I Blll R rl L1 Tulkb lhlllgb Over wlth Ted Hon phrey The play m d1sCuss1or1 IS Gcodhy M Flite presented by he 'GL1 Clues lar th Lxponent LCIIIIJCIIQI1 1 r If rules L me e Q I1 r l ' ' ' r I l ll , czigjierpe. E 122. rgefgier 3 zt- Y' 13. '::ig'.',i11-5. l 'H .QJ4 .' 'X ' W' f , 1. l N ' 1 SM, fl ' QC ,, e l 1 ' in ' ' lf Hy. ExzrestlyleQ:r11'z,qIhe' ' ' 'ITG . zzxbero Y the first if 'Lirght C'Q:11,QeIit1Q11," cz Cl1T1Sl' iz, 11' glqy. Tlxv Sy '-esglu' class: prose ted l.1 H11 Ci'-1:lp-tztlrflr' fr! the P,'T.f'x. und for '7 11 Ulf?-G J. .,. fvf P The ..-,,. 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Ante: .C L ine P.1Qey SICK DTLH 29321, sursy I phrey, F.crer.Ce CII, Blake Kathleen Kelly, Qlhi QCIKQC1 .Il CI QLLUITLI Coach Cyr11 James Farewell 'L.E. IUAETY ICYCE Senior 5 ft. 13 tn.-U55 les. The CZQTZZIZ of T115 years F gnting frisr. eleven was Lfarty foyoe, A sees end on offense, c terrfii aowr.-'rela opener, ana one of 'ne greatest aeteisive ends in the history 5' Ursuline. ?.2. Ili CLARK Senior 5 ft. ll in. .55 los. The other era post t.-:as E.ar.a.ea very tapaoly oy lee Cfark. A good aefensitre end, a good boy in opening noles in the .ine ana a 'treat pass-sr.a'Cr.er, lee '.-:as a c:ns'ant threat on offense. ff. T311 "iCAFl7REY- Seltzer 5 tt. 1 in.--IEC 1:5 Another t:.ree year than 1 "e varsity 'tas fer: lfofffrey, knot.-.'n areana sohool as 'Big Liao," A worn horse o' the tear: , " ee years, 'faos . 'rear '.'.'as :ut snort oy an injary, ZW. SCH l..:Q'jfLLAfI Senior 5 ti ll Ln.-ff, 5. 'The most xrnprovea ogy on tne team were the words ased by Coaeh larnes to destrxoe the teas of 'Dennyf A terror on defense, Don was the roagnest guy" on the rugged lrish line. LG. EILL HERNAN' ,lanior 5 ft, 8 in. -155 los. A tower of strength on the defense, 'Herk LS the only departing mernoer who is not a Senior. lie was a constant 'nreqt to ine other tearxs. HG. BILL LYDEN- Senior 5 ft, 1 in. V185 los. The largest rian on the Irish team, Eill :glee 'the most oensxsterrt guy on the linef E117 was a terrifi: piofker. HG. lllfl KERRIGAN- Senior 5 ft. 7 in. -155 los, A most consistent player, "Sheamus" was on the varsity for three years. His ability to play on either side of the line was a valuaole asset to the team. '71 ERI-IIE SZALMA Senior 5 ft. 9 in. -150 los. Despite peing the lightest than on the team, tzpe :enter of the Irish line :amaxed three years on tfge varsity hy being the on.y unanimous :noise on the 'All City' tearr.. LEO MOELEY Senior 5 ft. 10 tri. 150 lbs. Another dependable triree year varsity rnem:.er of the team was Leo 'Duke' Marley. The chief morale builder of the team, "Luke" was ar'.v'iy's on hand wlten needed. LC. TED 1-lUlAPlZREY Senior 5 ft. 0 in. 160 lt,s. Unknown to the puhiic, a hard worker and constantly kept tne varsity on trieir toes. FB. EOE DOWNEP1 Senior 5 ft. 7 in. 165 los. 'L,H.B. lzoh was another tnree-year varsity rnan and the king-pin of the new system installed here hy Coach Cy larnes. His adept pall handling and terrifto plunging set up many scores. lAY l'lNN Senior 5 ft. ll in. 165 lps. 1-lampered hy an ankle iniary during his lunior year, lay blossomed into an "All City" selection this year. Besides being the leading ground-gainer of the lrish team, he was the leading scorer of the Mahoning Valley. A great break-away runner, Finn was often a target for passes. LHB. BOB LILKO Senior 6 ft. 1 inf- 180 lbs. The kicking specialist of the team this year was Eolo Lilko. His long, booming placeekioks opened up a large number of Ursuline games. R1-LB, FRANK STADLER- Senior 5 ft. 6 in, -145 lbs. QB. 11M RHB. PAUL EDWARDS Senior HF. LEO ' lndioat The lightest boy in the lyackfield, "lew1aoy" was a constant threat on his around end dashes. 8 in. 150 lbs. st versatile rnan in the lzackfield, Vi: was a constant threat hecause of his running speed and his pas ' GILLESPIE- Senior 5 ft Not reg QB. VIC IOHNSON Senior 5 ft. The mo sing and kicking ability. Vis was alternatea between right-half and quarterback. . 8 in. 155 lbs. arded as an outst rnaing prospect, "Ginsey" surprised everybody with his accurate passing. 5 ft. 6 in. 150 lbs. "Tweedle," although not as well known as the other paeks, was a flashy runner and a good olocker. ElLLOCK Senior 6 ft. Altnoug A broken hand suffered in the Brookfield game put a premature end to his playing. 0 in. 160 lbs. r: ne saw little action, Leos spirit made him a valuable asset to the squad. es All City. First Row: Clark. McQuiIlan, B. Lyden. Szalma, Heman, LoCicero, Ioyce. Second Row: Finn, Downer. Stcdler, McCarthy, Brown Johnson 'N' T . 4, ' N Q - Q I -.4011 6 l . se' J' 'fig 4 .N F: W' W I -vw A . 5 ff 5.3 fx 4 J 3 Q s S If If N X y Sf? 4 7 ff il 'fd S I T Y UPS" I , . 1-C J! . gif' 441 f' H, Q' Season s Record Ursulrne Ursulrre Ursultne Ursulrne Ursultne Ursulrne Ursulme Ursulrne Ursulrne UHSULINE 25 FITCH 0 Ursul1nes Ftghtrng lrrsh began therr most successful football season rn four years by defeattng a gallant but outplayed Frtch eleven 25 to O A warm autumn day found the whole Irrsh team engagrng rn a carnrval of runnmg passrng and krckrng fohnson and Frnn led the Jrctortous assault URSULINE 24 NEW CASTLE UNION 0 Coach lames substttuted freely rn thrs er counter as the New Castle boys were deft nrtely outclassed lack Frnn tallred twrce to lead the attack and Ernre Szalma and Marty Ioyce sparked the l1ne play SOUTH 13 URSULINE 7 Although the lrrsh outplayed South durtng the ftrst half marntarnrng a 7 6 lead at that pornt the heavrer South team cam back strong after the mtermrssron lack Frnn raced 48 yards through the whole South team early rn the game to grve the lrtsh thetr lead Tom McCaffreys frne defensrve play featured the second half CHANEY 2 URSULINE 0 The Irrsh lost a heartbreaker to a fast Chaney team 20 by vrrtue of a blocked krck early rn the game Ernte Szalma s vtc tous blockrng and tacklrng arded the lrrsh cause whrle lohnson and McCarthy flooded the a1r wtth passes rn a vatn attempt to score URSULINE 12 GIRARD 0 Ursulrnes warrrors proved themselves su perror rnudders by downrng Grrards team l2O rn a drtvrng rarn Frnn and Brown both cared rn the frrst quart r and the garre then developed rnto a ktcktng duel wtth nerther team makrna much headway Cap tam Marty Ioyce and foe Locrcero domrn ated the lrne play whrle Ftnn ind Bolo Downer sparked h ba kfeld P Fr ch nr South Ch n y Gtrard Rayen East Brookfreld W URSULINE 14 RAYEN 0 The lrrsh hung up therr most tmpressrve wrn of the year by rollrng over Rayen l4 U Vrc Iohnson scampered 15 yards for a frrst quarter score and lack Fmn duplrcated the feat rn the second perrod Ernre Szalmas alert rnterceptrons and frne tacklrng paved the way to vrctory lt was the the seasons fourth trrumph EAST 12 URSULINE 0 After pushtng East s far heavrer eleven all over the freld durrng the frrst half the badly up two touchdowns The Crty Champlons knew they had been tn a ball game how ever before rt was over lack F1nn and Ioe Clark sparked the offense whtle the de fenstve playrng of loyce Szalma and Downer stood out URSULINE 26 BROOKFIELD 6 The lrrsh scored a mmor upset by drub brng Brookfreld s hrghly touted aggregatron Frnn agarn led the touchdown parade tal lyrng twrce whrle Marty Ioyce Ernre Szalma and Btll Lyden helped out on the rne URSULINE 12 WILSON 7 'lhrs game brought out the frghtrng sprrrt of thts year s lrtsh eleven After trarlrng 7 O at the end of 3 quarters of play the Irrsh came stormmg back to tally twrce rn the closrng seconds and snatch vrctory from defeat lay Frnn started the parade by rac rng 40 yards through the Wrlson team for the frrst n arker After rnrssrng the extra potrtt the lr1sh took to the arrl Dan McCarthy completed frve consecutrve passes to Clark Frnn and Iohnson whtch took the lrtsh to the 20 yard lrne On last down the sharp shoottrtg McCarthy connected agarn thts trrne to Ice Clark tn the end zone Ernre Szalmas spectacular lrne play to gether wrth blockrng of Frank Stadler and the defe tstve play of Brll Lyden helped as tl e vrf ar 1 ' , ........ 25 tt ........ O ' r ........ 24 N. Castle U 'on O ' ........ 7 ........ 13 ' ' ........ O a e ...... 2 ' ........ l2 ' ....... O ' ........ l4 ....... O ' ........ U ' .......... l2 ' ' ........ 26 ' .,,. 6 ........l2 ilson....... 7 ' I , ' ' A battered lrtsh finally weakened A and gave ' 1' . I X A Y Ctrl . . A J sure tr 'gtti y. A 7 The Basketball Season . ..,,. ...- .- .,.... 1,..,,,, . .. .,. A ..,,. A, .A A .A .,..K .,. , ,r::.: J.. , .,,, .-..:, l .,"..,.,..f.:.: I. ,C nil, ,gms .1,,,. .,, -,..v ,.,,fL,.. ., .,, . ' H ' .., ... ., J, .,-f.-41,3 f snr. . ,fi We-v :f X ,im .Vi ,,,,,,., .. r .,... 4 .o ffa.,J..., I ,A ., ,,r..,A,...- ,A5 M... Reserves Coach Cy Icmes Loule Se quella Iohn Stexqauf Irm Crowe B111 Connelly Irm Fenton Gene Rossx Iohn Burley Elmer Mueller .-., ,I ,o,.,,.. ,H . . .,, ,A , ,MA ., .,,,r.,..,.,, -- ,., ,lo .,4... ,., r. ..'- .311 A ,ul , v ,,,. ,-r,:, ..,. ,.,,A J: Varsity Top-left to right: Couch "Cy" Iames, Mgr. Don McQuillcn. Vic Iohnson, luck Broderick. Ice Clark, Mike McCullion, lim Busher, "Dutch" Miller, Mgr. Paul Iackcmich. Bottom row: Bill Hernun. Tom Myloit, Bob McFarland, Iim Ker- rigan, Iim Gillespie, Larry Hack- el! Season's Record Basketball .1' 1. lff uf. 'I lift ,"1T.f' A A, A , K, .,,, A . . 7 1' 1 4 ,- I1 - '- 1' -'11Tf9'7, 1 'I ':. Y A ., 'V 1' J if layne Downe Mary Lou Van D Cregan s Rosemary Durkrn P at Lawrence Vir Roxanne I. gmra Morley QXICB Helen Ldmb yke H0591-nqne GIIIS Athl t e 1C Assoc1at1on The Girls Athletic A ssocration orqanrz d participate e to give girls an opportunity to in athletics enioyed an eventful year The i940 41 officers Hel P en Lamb Presid resident Cath ent Patricia Lawrence Vice erine Rode Secretary Roxanne Lance Treasurer Virginia Morley Program Chairman and Mary Lou Van D lc proved very capabl y e Social Chairman e A program Ponsrslinf f 3 o games and ref Plans have l reshrnents was held on Morph 29 a so been n ade for a May picnic in Crandall Park We wish l h o t anlc our Ph th ysical Education t rough her splend d eacher Mrs. Millard who 1 efforts has rnade the current G. A. A ei Page Forty-s ETSU If . program possible. FirS . , elen Lamb Roxa Elaine Mahone tRow: Mrs Millard H , nne Lance, y. Gloria Donnelly C th Inez Morrisr a erine Rude oe Mary Lizabeth Thomas, Rita Mae Welsh, Eleanor Krempasky, Rosemary Yurko, Second Row: Dolores Montella, Ann Palaic, Pat Doyle, Beatrice Loftus, Frances Pacik, Mary Thomas, Mary Frances Rowden. Virginia Morley. Rita Hau. Mary Lou Van Dyke. Third Row: Kathleen Higgins, Mary Bush, Mary Catherine Fenton Jayne Downes, Loretta Beasley Rosemary Durkin, Elaine Higgins, Margaret Mary McBride. Mary Catherine Lawrence, Pat Lawrence. ir Pro Deo ir james Lamb Nrcholas l Matulrc Harry Rapp Krlled 8 7 cd1r1A u A Tnbute To Those K11led In SGIVICS lt rs rather for us to be here dedrcated to the great taslc remamrng before us that trom these honored dead we take rncreased devotron to that cause for whrch they gave the last tull measure of devotron that we here hrghly resolve that these dead shall not have dred rn vam that thrs natron under Cod shall have a new brrth of freedom and that the government of the people by the people for the people shall not perrsh from the earth Wrllram Cannon Iames Conrecode Thomas Daley Eugene Donnelly Charles Dougherty lames Favarula Wrllranr Foley Henry loyce loseph Kaden Francls Lyden Wlllrarrr McCauley Matth w Mohn Thom: M rley Arthur Renn r Henry Burp lames Shaughnessy Serv1ce L1st Army Arr Corps Army Army Army Army Arr Corps Army A my Army Navy Army Army Arn y Arr Corrs Ar ry Army Ar ny Army Albert Bell Bernard Brllock Mrchael Conaboy Catherrne Crogan Fred Drngledy Lawrenc Gallagher Peter Gtr spre lererr lah Harrrs Francr K lly Patrrclc Kennedy lerame Krr pmslxy Thor 1 rs Lyn h Ke th M rid n lah 1 Mel JC loserh M rga Max O Br e 1 1 Lrncoln Navy Army Army Navy Nurse Corps Army Army Army Navy Army Army Army Army Ar ny Army Arn y Arr Cprr s Army Class st '38 CQ :ss ct '4U Criss Ct '37 r ' Q rn Aftren in Coral Sei Krll-7 r "len on Srlru-.'mnfur' Krlled rn Afrcn cn At' Nay , l34. 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