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STAFF Editor-in- Chief . Associa te Editors .

... . . . . . . .. . . .......... Leroy Merkle Elmer Smith . . ..... . .. . ... .... {"Anthony SchnebJe

Art Editor . ...

..... Charles McBride

Business Manager . . . . . . . . ... ..... . . Joseph Hollenkamp Assistants . . .. .... . ..... . .. .

Robert Dickman { Joseph Silbereis

Faculty Adviser . .. .. .. ... .. . . . . . . John W. Thomas , S . M.

EDITORIAL STAFF Marion Broads tone, Norbert Huff, Eugene Robert Koogler, Robert Shult z, James Winter

Kersting,

BUSINESS STAFF Cletus Biersack, Robert Claude, Jean Edgington , Jo hn Griffin, Stanley Hickey , John Hughes , Warren Kappeler, George Koerner, Claude Kroger, Eugene Lauterbach , Eugene McLaughlin , Buerkle Neff, Emmet Roth, Albert Siewe, Richard Skapik, Joseph Stoecklein, William Taylor, Paul Unger, Robert Waiter , M artin William s, Orner Wollenhaupt

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APPRECIATION There are those who are directly responsible for the possi bility of this 1937 enlarged " Eagle ." W e thank the student , our patrons and adver tisers for their loyal support, the M iami Conservancy Authoriti es for the pic tures of t h e five darns and any others w ho may have aided i n ma k ing " The Eagle" a s u ccess .


The EAGLE

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THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1937 CHAMINADE HIGH SCHOOL DAYTON, OHIO


HuRman Dam

Taylors ville Da m

DEDICATION To the inestimable service rendered the citizens of Dayton and the Miami Valley by the five dams in preventing flood destruction, to the courageous and unceasing work and the foresight of those public minded citizens and engineers so vitally interested in the Miami Valley Conservancy Project, the foremost of its kind in the world, we, the Senior Class of 1937 dedicate this volume of " The Eagle." Germantown Da m

Germantown Darn

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Englewood Da rn

Loc king ton Dam

THEME Although she suffered untold damage and destruction in the horrible flood of March, 1913 , the city of Dayton passed through the recent Mid -western flood catastrophe with hardly a drop of water in her basements. The contrasting change of conditions was due entirely to " Dayton's famous dams ," built through the heroic efforts of the city's populace and the foresight of her distinguished sons, among whom, James M. Cox, Adam Schantz, Jr., Col. E. A. Deeds, and the late John H. Patterson, " kept going" even in the face of almost insurmountable odds, financial, legal, legislative, and most commonly, engineering.

One year after the 1913 Flood, the Miami Conservancy District was established and plans for flood control in Dayton were started. In 1923, ten long years after the famous inundation, Dayton's five earthen dams were completed, ranging in height from 73 to 125 feet, and in length from 1,200 to 6,400 feet . " Dayton's famous dams," Huffman, Lo~king 足 ton, Germantown, Taylorsville and Englewood, have cost her citizens $67 ,000,000, but have paid for themselves a hundredfold by the feeling of security which their presence inspires. In recognition of their inestimable value and omnipresent vigilance, we adopt as the theme of our 1937 Eagle, " Dayton's famous dams ."

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FACULTY

FHEO C. HARTWICH, S.M. Principal

MICHAEL A. MEHTES, S.M . Treasurer, Vice-Principal G erman Dogma and Liturgy

.' HANCIS X . LAEHR, S.M . Librarian

ANTHONY B. WEBER, S.M . G erman N . Y . A. Director Cafeteria

JOSEPH A. WEHAGE, S.M. Registrar Page 6


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JUNIOR A CLASS OFFICERS Robert Butler, President Robert Dodt, Vice-President Paul Eisenhauer, Secretary Michael Fischer, Treasurer

HONOR STUDENTS R . Dodt, F. Feller, M. Fischer, E . Rotterman, R. WaIling, W . Woeste.

NEVER ABSENT A. Bedrowsky, J. Brennan, R. Bricher, R . Dodt, R . Haley, C. Hemler, L. Palmer, E. Rotterman, R. Sell. J. Snapp. E. Wellmeier, J. Westendorf, C. Will. W. Woeste.

NEVER TARDY CHARLES F. KOLF, S.M.

A. Bedrowsky, J. Brennan, R. Bricher, R. Brinkman. R. Butler, F. Feller. R. Haley, K. Heitkamp, C. Hemler, L. Palmer, E. Rotterman, R. Sell, J. Snapp, R. Walling, E. Watrin, E . Wellmeier, J. Westendorf. C. Will, W. Woeste.

(Titular Teacher) Algebra American History Chemistry

First Row: Anthony Bedrowsky, John Hoban, Michael Fischer, John George, Kenneth Heitkamp, Robert Walling, Francis G.ebhart, Frank Feller; Second Row: Robert Haley, Robert Sell, Elton Wellmeier, Edgar Reagan, Charles Hemler, Eugene Rotterman; Third Row: Jerome Westendorf, Robert Bremer, Robert Butler, James Snapp, Robert Dodt, John Haberer; Fourth Row: James Brennan. Robert Brinkman, Leo Palmer, Robert Beecroft, Paul Eisenhauer; Fifth Row: Carl Will, Eugene Watrin. Robert Bricher, Walter Woeste.

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JUNIOR B CLASS OFFICERS Jerome Wahlrab, President Paul Schierloh, Vice-President John Stemmer, Secretary Paul Kroger, Treasurer

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HONOR STUDENTS E. Stauffer

NEVER ABSENT J. Imwalle, R. Knoth, P. Kroger, R. Maloney, P. Schierloh, J. Stemmer, T. Williams.

NEVER TARDY T. Albers, J. Imwalle, R. Imwalle, P. Kingston, G. Kinzeler, R. Klopf, R. Knoth, P. Kroger, R. Kronenberger, R. Maloney, P. O'Connell, T. Priske, J. Schumacher, J. Somers, E. Stauffer, A. Walling, E. Watrin.

JOHN F. MUELLER, S.M. (Titular Teacher) Church History Latin English Assistant Librarian

First Row: Paul Trissel, John Somers, Lynn Lake, Richard Hobbs, Paul Kroger, Albert Walling, Paul O'Connell, George Kinzeler; Second Row: Edward Watrin, James Barlow, Robert Maloney, John Stemmer, Robert Hunkeler, William O 'Bryan ; Third Row: Richard Knoth, Paul Schierloh, John Conway, Robert Kronenberger, Edward Stauffer, Jerome Walhrab; Fourth Row: Paul Kingston, John Imwalle, John Schumacher, Thomas Williams, Robert Wolff; Fifth Row: Robert Hungling, Thomas Albers, Thomas Priske , Richard Klopf; Missing: Robert Imwalle, George Madden, John Hoefler.

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JUNIOR D CLASS OFFICERS Robert O'Connell, President James Zink, Vice-President Charles King , Secretary

HONOR STUDENTS C . King

NEVER ABSENT R. O' Connell, L. Post, J . Reichert, A . Theobald, J . Zink.

NEVER. TARDY J . Brennan, P . Finke, C. King , R . N eu , V. Plassenthal, L. Post, J. Reichert, J. T erbay , J. Zink.

JOSEPH H_ MOHRHAUS, S.M. (Titular Teacher) Typing Bookkeeping Church History Morals and Sacraments Stationery Orchestra

First Row : Leo Post, Joseph Brinkman, Victor Plassenthal, James Zink, Joseph Terbay, John Brennan; Second Row: George Voelkl , Joseph Reichert, William Donovan, Arden Theobald, Charles King; Third Row : Robert Neu, Robert O 'Connell, John Wilke, Louis Daugherty ; Missing : Paul Finke.

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SOPHOMORE A CLASS OFFICERS Mathias Glaser, President Thomas Carroll, Vice-President Bernard Hungling, Secretary John Hickey, Treasurer

HONOR STUDENTS E. Agnew, W. Brun, T. Carroll, S. Connair, R. Doyle, H. Gates, P. Ham, J. Hickey.

NEVER ABSENT F . Bucholz, J. Fitzgerald, M. Glaser, L. Hamant, P. Harn, B. Hungling.

NEVER TARDY W. Brun, F. Bucholz, T . Carroll, S. Connair, B. Dahlinghaus, J. DeHart, F. Doorley, J. Fitzgerald, H. Gates, M. Glaser, J. Hickey, L. Hamant, P. Harn B . Hungling, E . Jackson.

MAURICE W. MILLER, S.M . (Titular Teacher) Church History World History English Assistant Athletic Director

First Row : Mathias Blaser, Marvin Bayer, Albert Hoban, Edwin Baker, Robert Clement, Fred Bucholz, Shaden George, Richard Hungling; Second Row: Sylvan Connair, Harold Gates, Robert Fries, John DeHart, Paul Coughlin, Edward Jackson, John Hickey; Third Row: Robert Doyle, Raymond Henn , Louis Clark, Theodore Hemplemann, Bernard Dahlinghaus, Jerome Gillespie, William Brun; Fourth Row: Thomas Carroll, Paul Harn, Frank Doorley, Robert Carter, Edward Agnew, Lawrence Hamant; Fifth Row : John Hinders, Bernard Hungling, John Fitzgerald, Charles Hickey.

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SOPHOMORE B CLASS OFFICERS Richard Loges, President Brian McLaughlin, Vice-President Frank Pachin, Secretary

HONOR STUDENTS R. Hussey, J. Kussman, R. Loges , B. McLaughlin, R. Mackey , F. Pachin, T . Rotterman.

NEVER ABSENT F. Issenmann, N. Karl, F. Kenney, G. Lawrence, J. C路 Miller, L. Nartker, F. Pachin, R. Robbeloth.

NEVER TARDY R. Hussey , F. Issenmann , L . Jehn , N. Karl, F. Kenney, R. Kessler, F . Kleinschnitz, J. Klopf, G. Lawrence, J. Lehman, B. McLaughlin, R. Mackey, W . Martin, J. C路 Miller, F. Pachin, L. Friske, R. Robbeloth, R. Savage.

MR . GERARD A. FAUST (Titular Teacher) Algebra U . S. History Civics Solid Geometry Athletic Coach

First Row: Frank Issenmann, Leonard Nartker , Robert Hussey, Herbert Meyer , Richard Loges , Norbert Karl , Thomas Rotterman ; Second Row : Frank Kenney, Fred Kleinschnitz, Robert Mackey, Robert Kessler , Urban Kleimeier, John Kussman, John C. Miller ; Third Row: Brian McLaughlin, Robert Robbeloth , Frank Pachin, Emil Rieselman , William Martin , Richard Moosbrugger; Fourth Row: Louis Priske, John Kruffiholtz, Joseph Lehman, Robert Savage, Lawrence Jehn ; Fifth Row: James Klopf, Raymond Poeppelmeier , John R. Miller, George Lawrence.

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SOPHOMORE C CLASS OFFICERS Edward Sullivan, President Victor Smith, Vice-President Roy Thaman, Secretary

HONOR STUDENTS J. Sayer, R . Schaefer, E. Schlei , R. Schmidt, V. Smith, M . Talmage, E. Velten.

NEVER ABSENT G. Sawaya, J. Sayer, E. Schaaf, R. Schaefer, T. Schaefer, E. Schlei, W. Stoermer, J. Sullivan, R. Thaman, B . Werner, J. Widmaier, R. Wildenhaus.

NEVER TARDY J. Sayer, E. Schaaf, R. Schaefer , T. Schaefer, E' Schlei, R. Schmidt, V. Smith, W. Stoermer, E. Zink, E. Sullivan, J. Sullivan, M. Talmage, T. Terbay, R. Thaman, R. Woeste, E. Velten, J . Wagner, R. Weckesser, B . Werner, J. Widmaier, R. Wildenhaus.

BERNARD A. NEUBAUER, S.M. (Titular Teacher) Morals and Sacraments Latin English History Chaminade News

First Row: Paul Williamson, Marvin Talmage, Bernard Werner, Robert Schmidt, Ralph Wildenhaus, G eorge Sawaya; Second Row: John Sullivan, Edmund Velten, John Widmaier, Edward Sullivan, Eugene Schaaf, Thomas Terbay; Third Row: Thomas Sh!!.Tkey, John Sayer, Robert Woeste, Edward Schlei, Louis Perry; Fourth Row: Elden Zink, Richard Weckesser, Robert Schaeffer , J~~es Moore, Theodore Schaefer; Fifth Row: Joseph Kuhn, William Stoermer, James Wagner, Roy Thaman; Missing: Clarence Willis, Victor Smith, Barry Shillito.

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FRESHMAN A CLASS OFFICERS Emmett Flanagan, President James Finke, Vice-President Joseph Ballman, Secretary

HONOR STUDENTS G. Andrews, P . Brewster, C . Brun, L . Carroll, S. Chmiel, E. Claude, J. Desch, J . Early.

NEVER ABSENT J . Ballman, B. Bayer, J. Blandford, R. Bodiker, C . Brun, J. Bryant, R. Campbell, C. Carlin, E. Claude, M. D'Agostino, B . Danis, J. Daniszewski, J. Davis. J . Desch, J . Early, E . Flanagan.

NEVER TARDY V. Bauer, B. Bayer, J. Blandford, R. Bodiker, P . Brewster, C . Brun, W. Bruns, J. Bryant, R. Campbell, L. Carroll, S. Chmiel, R. Cochran, R. Cunningham. M. D'Agostino, B. Danis, J. Desch, J. Early, E . Flanagan.

PAUL F_ O'BRIEN, S.M. (Titular Teacher) Civics Plane Geometry Solid Geometry Business Arithmetic Athletic Director

First Row: Vernon Bauer, Richard Campbell, James Finke, Bernard Bayer, Emmett Flanagan, Charles Carlin, Gordon Bowers; Second Row: Walter Bruns, Joseph Ballman, Robert Bodiker, Charles Brun, Richard Cochran, John Campbell; Third Row: Gerald Andrews, Leonard Carroll, Benjamin Danis, John Davis, Robert Cunningham, John Bryant; Fourth Row: John Early, Michael D'Agostino, Robert Brennan. Stanley Chmiel, Paul Brewster; Fifth Row: Edward Claude, John Desch, Joseph Daniszewski, Edmund Brown; Missing: Thomas Collins, Ambrose Ballman, James Blandford, Edward Dickson.

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FRESHMAN B CLASS OFFICERS Raymond Kenzik, President Raymond Koerner, Vice-President James Huston, Secretary

HONOR STUDENTS H . Gaeke, R. Heldoerfer, R. Herbert, J. Huston, R. Kenzik , V. Kovacs, H. Kunkemoeller , V. Leibold, John Limbert.

NEVER ABSENT T . Fleming, F. Gaynor , P . Glynn , E. Grilliot, R. Grimes, R . Heldoerfer, J. Holtgreven, J . Huston, R. Jaekle, J. Keaton, R. Kenzik, R. King, P. King, K. Konichi, E . Kuntz, J. Lee, V. Leibold, J. Limbert.

NEVER TARDY T. Freed, R. Fox, H. Gaeke, P . Glynn, E . Grilliot, R. Grimes, R. Heldoerfer, R. Herbert, J. Holtgreven, R. Jaeckle, J. Keaton, R. Kenzik, R. King, P. King, R . Koerner, P. Kolhaff, K. Konichi, V. Kovacs, H. Kunkemoeller, E. Kuntz, J . Lee, V . Leibold , J. Limbert.

NICHOLAS P. NEGOLA, S_M. (Titular Teacher) Morals and Sacraments English Latin General Science Cheerleaders Booster Club Pep Club

First Row : Victor Kovacs, Francis Gaynor , Edward Kuntz, Robert Fox, John Limbert, James Huston, Robert Herbert, Eugene Grilliot ; Second Row: Paul King, Harry Kunkemoeller, James Fleming, Robert Jaekle, Raymond Koerner, Harry Gaeke, Thomas Fleming; Third Row: John Keaton, Joseph Holtgreven, Karol Konichi, Richard Grimes, Paul Kolhaff, James King; Fourth Row: Vincent Leibold, Raymond Kenzik, Thomas Freed , Paul Glynn, Jerome King; Fifth Row: John Klosterman , John Lee, Russell Heldoerfer, Roman King.

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FRESHMAN C CLASS OFFICERS John Lowry, President James Murphy, Vice-President Richard Miller, Secretary Patrick O'Connell, Treasurer

HONOR STUDENTS

w. Limbert, R. McEnheimer, P. Madlinger, C . Marcheski, H . Monty, J . Murphy, C. Placke. NEVER ABSENT W . Limbert, P. Madlinger, C. Marcheski, R. Miller, S. Patko, V. Pleiman, H . Preston.

NEVER TARDY W. Limbert, R. McEnheimer, W. McGarvey, P. Madlinger, C. Marcheski, T . Martin, P. Michel, R. Miller, R. Nevels, R. O'Brien , P. O'Connell, C. Placke, H. Preston, J. R eese .

FRANK W_ GERBER, S_M_ {Titular Teacher} Dogma and Liturgy English Latin

First Row: Patrick O 'C onnell, Raymond Nevels, Robert McEnheimer, William Limbert, Howard Preston, Edward Neary, Stephen Patko, Ralph Neary; Second Row : Robert McDermott, Henry Monty, Robert Moore, Joseph Rau, Vernon Pleiman, Peter Pequignot; Third Row: Raymond Nellis, Thomas Martin, John Lowry, John Reese, John Hunt, Jerome Meyer; Fourth Row: Paul Michel, William Nolan, Paul Madlinger, Chester Marcheski, Carl Placke, Fifth Row: Roy O 'Brien, James Murphy, Richard Redelberger , Richard Miller; Missing: Walter Lutzweit, William McGarvey.

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FRESHMAN D CLASS OFFICERS Benjamin Rotert, President Philip Towne, Vice-President Joseph Weber, Secretary

HONOR STUDENTS R. Schweller, R . Wartinger, John Weber , Jos. Weber, R. Wening.

NEVER ABSENT L. Riepenhoff, R . Rotterman, N. Savino, N. Schaaf, John Weber, Jos. Weber, L . Wehkamp, R. Wening, P. Woeste, J. Yackley.

NEVER TARDY E. Regan, L. Riepenhoff, B. Rotert, R. Rotterman, R. Rowland, N. Savino, N. Schaaf, F. Schumacher, R. Schweller, A. Siefert, J. Staley, D. Tangeman, H. Throckmorton, R. Wartinger, John Weber, Jos. Weber, L . Wehkamp, R . Westendorf, P. Woeste, J. Yackley.

JOSEPH A. SKUL Y, S.M. (Titular Teacher) Dogma and Liturgy General Science Algebra

First Row : Robert Wening, Robert Wartinger , Paul Woeste, Louis Riepenhoff, Leo Wehkamp, Louis Ruef, Thomas Ridenour, John Sullivan; Second Row: John Weber, Benjamin Rotert, Nicholas Savino, Joseph Weber, George Thoma, Ralph Schultz, Richard Spang, Edward Regan; Third Row: Norbert Schaaf, Robert Schweller, Albert Siefert, Joseph Zehenni, John Thompson, Richard Westendorf; Fourth Row: Francis Schumacher, Donald Tangeman, Harry Throckmorton, Philip Towne, Robert Rowland; Fifth Row路 Merrill Sword, Robert Rotterman, John Yackley, James Staley.

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ORCHESTRA

First Row:James Klopf, Thomas Carroll, Edward Jackson, Bernard Bayer, Robert Dodt, Paul Eisenhauer, John Lee; Second Row: Claude Kroger, Bernard Werner, Robert Haley; Third Row: Jerome King, Richard Skapik, Anthony Bedrowsky, Frank Doorley, George Thoma, Richard Klopf; Fourth Row: Robert Woeste, Eugene McLaughlin, Edward Schlei.

NEWS STAFF

First Row: Leroy Merkle, Charles Farrell, John C. Miller, Robert Walling, Eugene Kersting, Joseph Minham ; Second Row: Oscar Kroger, Stanley Hickey, James Winter, Albert Siewe, Joseph Stoecklein, Charles Clark, William Taylor; Third Row: Emmet Roth , Robert Shultz, Charles McBride, Eugene Lauterbach, Robert Dickman, Cletus Moorman; Fourth Row : Elmer Smith, Warren Kappeler, Marion Broadstone, Joseph Hollenkamp, George Ballmann; Fifth Row: Paul Unger, Martin Williams, Anthony Schneble, Richard Skapik; Missing : Carl Will, Edward Kuntz. Page 18


CHEER LEADERS

Left to Right: James Finke, John C. Miller, Oscar Carlin, Stanley Hickey, Robert Schmidt.

FOOTBALL SQUAD

First Row: R. Beecroft, R. Hageman, C. Clark, R. Thaman, P. Schierloh, C. Wolf, B . Wollenhaupt, R. Butler, B. Hungling, J. Kirchmer, W. O'Bryan, J. Terbay, Second Row: L. Daugherty, R. Lowry, N. Huff, E. Fitzharris, L. Goldkamp, J. Hollenkamp , C. Zwiesler, J. Aufderheide, E. Roth, G. Koerner, W. Lawrence, A. Siewe, J. Wahlrab, T. Albers; Third Row: T. Priske, L. Clarke, J. Moore, J. Haberer, J. Westendorf, J. Stemmer, R. Hobbs, M. Longo, E. Velten, B. McLaughlin, N. Savino, Coach Faust; Fourth Row: J . Davis, R. Schweller, H. Throckmorton, J. Barlow, J. Desch, R. Neu, L. Priske, F. Pachin, T. Schaefer, J. Hertzog; Fifth Row: P. Towne, R. Klosterman, J. Yackley, J. Staley, J. Wagner. Page 19


MOTHERS' CLUB

MRS. LOUIS CLARK

For the second year as president of the Chaminade Mothers ' Club, Mrs. Louis Clark has been an enthusiastic spirit. With the assistance of Mrs. Paul Ham , Mrs. William Doorley, and Mrs. Mark McBride a round of social affairs filled each succeeding month of the school year. One of the biggest improvements in the School during the past few years, the decorating of the Chapel, was made possible by the direct help of the Mothers' Club. It sponsored the usual Turkey Raffle and Card Party on November 27, a Christmas party on December 16, a Covered Dish Party and entertainment on January 22 , a Bingo and Card Party on April 29, and the climax of social activities, a Senior dance on May 27 at the Engineers' Club. Surely the graduates of 1937 thank the Mothers heartily in the name of the principal, Brother Fred, the faculty and the student body for their loyal and interested support for a better family spirit at dear old Chaminade.

President

MRS. PAUL HARN Vice-President

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VARSITY BASI{ETBALL TEAM

First Row: John Griffin, Jerome Westendorf, Charles Zwiesler, Anthony Schopler, Buerkle Neff, Thomas Albers; Second Row: Philip Houghton, Jerome Wahlrab , Joseph Aufderheide , Rob ert Koverman, William Hungling, Joseph Minham, manager.

RESERVE BASI{ETBALL TEAM

First Row: Thomas Terbay, Paul Finke, Edgar Reagan, Paul Kroger, George Kinzeler , James King ; Second Row: Paul Trissel, manager, John Hinders, John R . Miller , Louis Priske, John Haberer.

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S. M. C. UNIT PRESIDENTS

First Row: John Lowry, Richard Loges, Michael D'Agostino, Edward Sullivan, Leroy Merkle; Second Row: Philip Towne, Robert O'Connell, Robert Butler, Raymond Kenzik; Third Row: Paul Harn, George Loney, Jerome Wahlrab, Robert Shultz.

PALADIN STUDY CLUB

First Row: Michael Fischer, John George, Robert Walling; Second Row: Robert Butler, Robert Haley, Robert Dodt, Leo Palmer; Third Row : Carl Will , Eugene Watrin , Paul Eisenhauer.

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STUDENT BOOSTER CLUB

First Row: Howard Preston, Herbert Meyer , James Huston; Second Row: Edward Kuntz, James Fleming, Harry Kunkemoeller, Albert Siefert, John C. Miller, Harry Gaeke; Third Row: Jerome King, Robert Jaekle, Thomas Fleming, Roman King, Harry Throckmorton; Fourth Row: James Murphy, Martin Williams, Secretary. Charles McBride, President, Richard Skapik, Vice-President.

INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS

First Row: James Lehman, Ralph Lowry, William Duffy; Second Row: Norbert Huff, Jean Edgington.

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DRAMATICS

The remaining pictures are action photos of the play. In the middle picture are shown Rudolph and Dickens serving Mr. Appleby, their Il),aster. The bottom photos show in the left picture the three children of destiny, Nebuchadonezzar, Melchizedeck, and Jehosophat while the other shows Rudolph and Otto Chug in an amorous mood.

The cast of "Papa, Behave," is shown in the above picture. Reading from left to right, front row: William Taylor, Charles Clarke, Robert Koogler, Robert Hunkeler, Marion Broadstone, Eugene Kersting. Standing, Lee Merkle, Paul Trissel, James Winter, Eugene Watrin, Martin Williams, Sylvan Conn air, and Joseph Silbereis.

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TENNIS TEAM

First Row: Paul Kroger, Buerkle Neff, Claude Kroger; Second Row: Robert Bricher, Robert Koverman.

TENNIS SCORES Chaminade __ __ 2

Sprngfld. Pub. _.3

Chaminade ____ 3

Sprngfld. Pub. __ 2

Chaminade ____ 2

Oakwood _______ 1

Chaminade ____ 1

Fairview _ ______ 2

GOLF SCORES Chaminade __ 8 Chaminade __ 111/ 2 Chaminade __ 7112 Chaminade __ 2 Chaminade __ 8

Roosevelt __ 4 Co-op ____ _ 1/ 2 Steele _____ _ 4 1/ 2 Fairview ___ 10 Fairmont . __ 4

Chaminade __ 9 Springfield _ 3 Chaminade __ 8 1/ 2 Stivers _____ 3 1/ 2 Chaminade __ 8 1/ 2 Oakwood ___ 3 112 Chaminade __ 1 0 Springfield _ 2 Kiser _____ _ 0 Chaminade __ 12

GOLF TEAM

First Row: George Kinzeler, James Lehman; Seond Row: Thomas Albers, Lawrence Hamant, William Duffy, Jean Edgington.

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TRACI( TEAM

First Row: Joseph Minham, Albert Siewe, Jerome Walhrab, Eugene Kersting, Richard Skapik, Martin Williams, James Ball, George Koerner, Charles Zwiesler, Leroy Merkle; Second Row: Eugene McLaughlin, manager, James Barlow, Thomas Priske, Thomas Williams, Robert Brinkman, Paul Schierloh, Jerome Westendorf, Orner Wollenhaupt, John Somers, Edgar Reagan ; Third Row: John C. Miller, Robert Fries, Edmund Velten, William Hungling, Barry Shillito, Louis Priske, Roy Thaman, Theodore Schaefer, Eugene Rotterman, Thomas Terbay; Fourth Row: James King, Thomas Collins, Edward Jackson, manager.

FOOTBALL SCORES Chaminade ... .45 Chaminade . _. 6

Lebanon ... . .. 7 Stivers ........ 6

Chaminade .... 19

Fairview ... . .. 0

Chaminade .... 12

Steele _. _..... 20

Chaminade . _ .. 0

Springfield C . .. 6

Chaminade . . .. 6

Kiser .. . . . . . .. 6

Chaminade .. _. 31

HamiltonC . ... 7

Chaminade ... _13

Roosevelt . . . .. 0

Won 4, Lost 2, Tied 2.

BASKETBALL SCORES Chaminade .. .. 25

West Chester .. 1 7

Chaminade .... 27

Roosevelt ..... 17

Chaminade ... . 27

Brookville . . ... 18

Chaminade _ ... 38

Parker ........ 16

Chaminade . . _. 26

Lancaster, St. Mary's . .. 20

Chaminade ... _21

Kiser _ ... _.... 22

Chaminade .... 29

Roger Bacon_ .. 19

Chaminade .... 24

Springfield C . .. 23

Chaminade ... _18

Fairview ...... 29

Chaminade .. _ . 39

W. Alexander Lanier . ... _. 9

Chaminade .. _. 21

Miamisburg ... 22

Chaminade .... 18

Stivers .. ...... 22

Chaminade . _ . _23

Anderson, St. Mary's . . _37

Chaminade . ... 16

Fairview .... . _27

Chaminade _ .. . 16

Hamilton C . ... 23

Chaminade . . __ 18

Steele_ .... _ .. .43

Chaminade Total. .. _ .. 386

Opponent TotaL .... . 362

TRACK SCORES Chaminade _ . 47

Steele . . _ .. . 85

Chaminade .. 37

Fairview .. _ . 95

Chaminade .. 70 1/ 2

Stivers . _.... 611/ 2

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MONOGRAM CLUB

First Row: S. Hickey, P. Kroger, O. Carlin, C. Zwiesler, J. Minham; Second Row : J. Terbay, C. Kroger , W . O'Bryan, E. Roth, C. Clark, O . Wollenhaupt, R . Lowry ; Third Row: P. Houghton, A . Siewe, B. Neff, J. Kirchmer , J. Wahlrab, J . Westendorf, P. Schierloh ; Fourth Row: G . Koerner, J. Aufderheide, W. Lawrence, L. Daugherty, J . Hollenkamp, C. Biersack; Fifth Row : T. Priske, T. Albers , N. Huff, E. Fitzharris, J. Griffin ; S ixth Row : J. Ball, R. Bricher, R. Koverman, A. Schopler.

THE EAGLE PICTORIAL STAFF

First Row: R. Dickman, S. Hickey, E . Kersting, L . Merkle, E. Roth, C. Kroger, J . Stoecklein, O . Wollenhaupt; Second Row: R. Walter, W. Taylor, E. McLaughlin, A. Siewe, J. Winter, B. Neff, C. McBride; Third Row: R . Claude, J. Griffin, J. Hollenkamp, E. Smith, G . Koerner, E. Lauterbach, M. Broadstone; Fourth Row : R . Skapik, J. Hughes, R. Shultz, C. Biersack, J. Edgington ; Fifth Row : M . Williams, P. Unger, W . Kappeler , A. Schneble; Missing: Robert Koogler, Joseph Silbereis, Norbert Huff.

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FACULTY REV. CHARLES L. COLLINS, S.M. (Tit ular Teacher, Senior B) Social Studies Latin English Chaplain C. S. M. C. Moderator

JOHN F . HALL, S.M. (Titular Teacher, Senior D) Typing B ookkeeping Business English Business Law E conomics

JOSEPH L. SCHNEIDER, S.M. G eneral Science Plane G eometry Physics

JOlIN W. THOMAS, S.M. (Titular Teacher, Senior A) Social Studies English Chaminade News

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COMMENCEMENT JUNE

Leroy Merkle, Valedictorian

G eorge Loney, Speaker

R obert Shultz, Speaker

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JOSEPH V. AUFDERHEIDE t'Joe / CORPUS CHRISTI Academic- C. S. M. C. Officer '34, '35, '36, '37-IntramuraIBasketballandBaseball- Honor Student '34, '35-Monogram Club '35, '36, '37-Basketball '34, '35, '36- Football '34, '35, '36-Neither tardy nor absent in four years.

RAYMOND T. BACH (( Ray" HOLY ROSARY Scientific- C. S. M. C . -Intramural Basketball and Baseball.

JAMES R. BALL I(Jirrl H

ST. ANTHONY Academic- C. S. M. C. - Intramural Basketball and Baseball-Honor Student '34- Monogram Club '36, '37-Track '36, '37.

GEORGE A. BALLMANN "Lemons" HOLY ROSARY Commercial- C. S. M. C. Officer '34, '35, '37-Business News Staff-Intramural Basketball andBaseball-Honor Student '34, '36.

CLETUS L. BIERSACK "Bud" HOLY ROSARY Academic-C. S. M. C.- Pictorial Staff - Honor Student '37- Monogram Club '37-Football '34, '35.

MARION A. BROADSTONE (( Bill" HOLY FAMILY Academic-C. S. M . C. Officer '33-Pictorial Staff- Editorial News Staff- Dramatics '37-Intramural Basketball and Baseball-Honor Student '33, '34.

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FRANCIS X. BUCHER "Franny" ST. MARY'S Academic-C. S. M. C.

OSCAR C. CARLIN ((Ossie" ST. ANTHONY Academic- C. S. M. C . -Monogram Club '37- Cheer Leader '35, '36, '37.

CHARLES V. CLARK (( Rabbit" HOLY FAMILY Academic-C. S. M. C.-Dramatics '37 - Intramural Baseball-Monogram Club '37- Football '35, '36-0rchestra '34.

ROBERT C. CLAUDE ((Claude" ST. RITA Scientific- C. S. M. C . -Pictorial Staff.

ROBERT J. DICKMAN ((Bobby" HOLY TRINITY Commercial- C. S. M. C.-Business News Staff- Pictorial Staff, assistant manager.

WILLIAM L. DUFFY ((Muri" CORPUS CHRISTI Academic- C. S. M. C.-Intramural Basketball and Baseball-Monogram Club '37-Golf '35 , '36, '37.

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JEAN R. EDGINGTON "Scotch" Scientific - Intramural BasketballMonogram Club '37- Golf '36- Pictorial Staff.

JAMES C. ENGEL ST. MARY'S Commercial- C. S. M. C. Officer '35, '37 Intramural Basketball- H onor Student '34, '36.

CHARLES A. F AHRIG "Bud" HOLY FAMILY Academic- C. S. M . C . Officer '34- Intramural Baseball-Honor Student '34, '36, '37.

BERNARD J. FARRELL " Jinks" ST. ANTHONY Scientific- C. S. M. C . -Pictorial StaffBusiness News Staff.

EDWARD F. FITZHARRIS " Fitz" ST . JAMES Commercial- C . S. M. C. Officer '34. '36 - Intramural Basketball and BaseballMonogram Club '37- Football '34. '35. '36- Basketball '36.

JEROME R. FRANCIS "Jerry" ST. MARY'S Scientific- Intramural Baseball- Not tardy in four years.

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LOUIS E. GOLDKAMP " Goldie" CORPUS CHRISTI Academic- C. S. M . C. Officer '35, '37Intramural Basketball and BaseballH on or Student '34- Monogram Club '36, '3 7- F ootball '34, '35, '36 .

JOHN M. GRIFFIN "Groggy" ST. JAMES Scientific- C. S. M . C. Officer '36, '37Pictorial Staff- Intramural Basketball and Base ball-Monogram Club '37Football '35- B asketball '34, '35, '36- Track '35.

ROBERT J. HAGEMAN " Bob" ST. MARY'S Academic - C . S. M . C. - Intramural Baseball- M onogram Club '37- F ootball '35, '36.

STANLEY W. HICKEY " Stan" ST. JAMES Academic- C. S. M. C . -Pictorial Staff - Edit o rial N ews Staff- Intramural Baseball- M onogram Club '37--0rchestra '35, '36 , '37- Cheer L eader '36, '37 Glee Club '35.

JOSEPH G . HOLLENKAMP (( Joe )} HOLY ANGELS Scientific- C . S . M . C. Officer '36, ' 37Pictorial Staff Bu'siness Manager- Business N ews Staff- H onor Student '34 , '35 . '36, '37-M on ogram Club '36, '3 7- F ootb all '35, '36- N ever late.

PHILIP W. HOUGHTON " Phil" MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANS Academic- C . S. M. C . -Monogram Club '37-Basketball '36.

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RICHARD F. HOWE "Richie" OUR LADY OF MERCY Academic- C . S. M. C . Officer '34Honor Student '34, '35.

WILLIAM L. HUART " Bill~ J ST. JOSEPH Scientific- C. S. M. C . -Not tardy in four years.

NORBERT H. HUF F "Norb" ST. JAMES Scientific- Co S. M. C.- Intramural Basketball and Baseball- Monogram Club '37- F ootball '35 , '36.

JOHN B . HUGHES "Johnny" HOLY FAMILY Academic- C. S. M . C.- Pictorial Staff - Honor Student '35.

JEROME G. IRVING "Jerry" ST. ANTHONY Academic- C .S.M.C.-Pictorial StaffIntramural Basketball and Baseball.

WARREN A. KAPPELER "Cap" CORPUS CHRISTI Scientific-C. S. M. C-Pictorial StaffBusiness News Staff- Orchestra '34.

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EUGENE L. KERSTING " Gene" HOLY ANGELS Academic-C . S.,'M . C.- Pictorial Staff - Editorial and Business News StaffHonor Student '34, '35, '36, '37-Dramatics '37-Intramural Basketball and Baseball- Track '37- Glee Club '35Not absent in four years.

CHARLES V. KINZIG "Charlie" ST. ANTHONY C ommercial- C. S. M . C- Intramural Basketball.

JOHN T. KIRCHMER " Agnes" CORPUS CHRISTI Academic-C. S. M. C. Officer '34-Intram ural Basketball and BaseballMonogram Club '36, '37-Football '31, '35, '36.

GEORGE J. KLEINSCHNITZ "George" CORPUS CHRISTI Academic- C. S. M. C.- Honor Student ' 34, '35-Not tardy in four years.

GEORGE A. KOERNER {{Georgie" HOLY ROSARY Scientific- C. S. M. C.- Pictorial StaffBusiness N ews Staff- Intramural Basketball-Monogram Club '36, '37- F ootball '36- Track '36, '37- Honor Student '34, '3 5, '36.

ROBERT E. KOOGLER {{ Slinger" ST. ANTHONY Academic- C. S. M. C.- Pictorial Staff - Managing Editor of N ews Editorial Staff - H on or Student '35 - Dramatics '37 - Intramural Baseball- Monogram Club '35, '36, '37-T ennis '35.

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GEORGE R. KOVERMAN "Mark" ST. ANTHONY Commercial- C. S. M. C. - Intramural Baseball and Basketball-Monogram Club '35 , '36, '37- Basketball '35, '36T ennis '35, '36, '37 .

CIJAUDE O. KROGER "Claude" OUR LADY OF MERCY Academic- C. S. M. C. Officer ' 34, '35 Pictorial Staff- Intramural Basketball and Baseball- Honor Student '34, ' 35Monogram Club '35, '36, '37-Orchestra '34, ' 35, '36, '37- Tennis '35 , '36, '37 Not tardy in four years.

OSCAR G. KROGER "Ike" HOLY ROSARY Academic- C. S . M.! C.- Business N ews Staff- Intramural Baseball- Honor Student '34, '35 , '37- Not tardy~in four y ears. j

PAU L F. KU ENLE " Paul" HOLY ANGELS Academic- C. S. M. C.- Honor Student '35- Not tardy in four y ears .

EU GENE F . LAUTERBACH " I ronmas ter" CORPUS CHRISTI Scienti fi c- C. S . M. C. Officer '34- Edit orial News Staff.

WENDELJ.LAWRENCE " Grandma" ST. ANTHONY Scientific- C. S. M. C.- M onogram Club '37- Football '34 , ' 35 , '36.

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JAMES C. LEHMAN "Jimmy" ST. JAMES Scientific-C. S. M. C.- Intramural Basketball and Baseball- Mon ogram Club '36, '37- G olf '35 , '36 , '37.

G . KRAMER LOGES " Bud" HOLY ROSARY Scientific- C. S. M. C . Officer '34, '35Editorial News Staff- Intramural Base ball- Honor Student '34, '36, '37- 0rchestra '34- Glee Club '35 .

GEORGE F. LONEY "Loney" CORPUS CHRISTI C ommercial- C. S. M. C . Officer '37H onor Student '37- Football '34- Senior Officer, Secretary .

RALPH W. LOWRY, Jr. ('Junior" HOLY FAMILY Academic- C . S. M. C.- Intramural Basketball and Baseball- Monogram Club '37- F ootball '35 , '36- Tennis '36.

CHARLES .1. McBRIDE "Charlie" CORPUS CHRISTI Academic- C . S . M. C. Officer '35- Pictorial Staff- Editorial News Staff- H onor Student '34, '35- Football ,'34- B oost er Club '36, '37.

EUGENE .1. McLAUGHLIN " Gene" HOLY FAMILY Academic- C . S . M. C .- Pictorial Staff - Intramural Basketball- Orchestra '35 , '36 , '3 7.

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LEROY E. MERKLE "Lee" HOLY ANGELS Academic-C. S. M. C. Officer '34, '35, '36, '37-Editor-in-chief, Pictorial Staff - Editor-in-chief, News Staff-Dramatics '36, '37- Intramural Baseball-Honor Student '34, '35, '36, '37-Track, '35, '36, '37- Neither absent nor tardy in four years.

JOSEPH L. MINHAM "Minnie" EMANUEL Commercial-C. S. M. C.-Business News Staff- Intramural Basketball and Baseball- Monogram Club '36, '37Basketball Manager '36, '37Track '36, '37.

CLETUS L. MOORMAN " Froggie" RESURRECTION Commercial-C. S. M. C.-Business News Staff- Intramural Baseball.

WILLIAM T. MORGAN " Bill" HOLY ANGELS Academic- C . S. M. C.

P. BUERKLE NEFF "Burk" ST. ANTHONY Academic- C. S. M . C. Officer '34-Pictorial Staff- Honor Student '34, '35Monogram Club '35, '36, '37-Basketball '35, '36, '37- Tennis '35, '36, '37.

EUGENE W. PLACKE "Gene" ST. ANTHONY Scientific-C. S. M. C. Officer '34- Intramural Basketball and BaseballHonor Student '34, '35 , '36, '37- Basketball '35-Neither absent n or tardy for four years.

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WILLIAM R. ROSENCRANS "Rosie" HOLY TRINITY Scientific-C . S. M . C.- Intramural Baseball.

EMMET U. ROTH "Curly"

r 1

HOLY ROSARY Scientific- C . S. M. C.- Pictorial StaffBusiness News Staff- Intramural Basketball and Baseball- Monogram Club '36, '37-Football '34, '35, '36- Basketball '34, 35-Track '35, '36.

ROBERT A. SCHAPER "Bob" EMANUEL Scientific- C. S. M. C . Officer '34, '37Intramural Basketball.

JOHN L. SCHELLHAAS "Long John" CORPUS CHRISTI Academic - C . S. M . C.-Intramural Baseball.

LAWRENCE W. SCHLEMANN "Bud" OUR LADY OF MERCY Academic- C . S. M. C.

ANTHONYJ.SCHNEBLE " Ants" ST. ANTHONY Scientific-C . S. M . C.-Pictorial StaffEditorial News Staff- Honor Student '34, '35, '36, '37-Kilmer Club.

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ANTHONYJ.SCHOPLER " Tony " HOLY ROSARY Commercial- C. S. M. C. Officer '34B asketball '34, '35, '36- Monogram Club '37.

GERALD C. SCHRAMM " Jerry" ST. ANTHONY Acad e mic - C. S . M . C.- Intramural Basketball and BasebaU- F ootball Manager '35, '36- Not late in fo ur y ears.

DONALD H. SHEER " Don" ST. ANTHONY Commercial- C . S. M. C.- Intramural Basket ball- Monogram Club '35 , '36, '37 - Track '35- Not late in four years.

WILLIAM P. SHERMAN " Wee Willie" OUR LADY OF MERCY Scientific- C. S. M . C .

ROBERT A. SHULTZ "Bob" HOLY FAMILY Academic- C . S. M. C . Officer '35 , '37Pict orial Staff- Editorial News StaffDramatics '36- Intramural B a sketball a n d Baseball- Orchestra '34- S eni o r Officer , Vice-President.

ALBERT G. SIEWE " Peck" HOLY FAMILY Academic- C . S .M . C.Officer '36, '37Pictorial Staff- Editorial News StaffIntramural Baseball- Honor Student '37 Monogram Club '37- Football '35, '36Track '36, '37.

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JOSEPH A. SILBEREIS ((Joe" HOLY ANGELS Academic- C. S. M . C. - Pictorial Staff - Editorial News Staff- Dramatics '37Intramural Basketball and Baseball Stamp Club '34, '3 5, '36- Track '36.

RICHARD L. SKAPIK " Skipper" ST. AGNES Scientific- C. S. M. C .- Pictorial StaffBusiness News Staff- Intramural Basketball and Baseball- Orchestra '36, '37Track '37- B ooster Club '36, '37.

ELMER F. SMITH " Elm" HOLY FAMILY Academic- C. S. M. C . Officer '34- Pictorial Staff- Editorial N ews Staff- Honor Student '34, '3 5, '37- Intramural Basketball and Baseball- N ot tardy in four years.

HUGH M. SMITH "Hughie" CORPUS CHRISTI Academic- C. S . M. C . Officer '34, '35Intramural Basketball and BaseballHonor Student ' 34, '35 , '36, '37 .

JOSEPH D. STOECKLEIN " Stecky" HOLY ANGELS Academic- C . S. M. C.- Pictorial Staff - Editorial and Business News StaffStamp Club.

WILLIAM P. TAYLOR " Billie" RESURRECTION Scientific- C. S. M. C.-Pictorial StaffEditorial News Staff- Dramatics '37Intramural Basketball and Baseball.

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BERNARD C. THOMPSON " Bernie" EMANUEL Scientific- C. S. M. C.-Intramural Baseball.

PAUL E. UNGER "Lucky" SACRED HEART Scientific-C. S. M. C.- Pictorial StaffBusiness News Staff-Honor Student '36.

FRANCIS X. WAKER "Frank" HOL Y TRINITY Commercial-C. S. M. C.-Intramural Basketball and Baseball-Orchestra '36.

ROBERT L. WALTER "Bob" CORPUS CHRISTI Academic- C. S. M. C. Officer '34, '35Pictorial Staff- Honor Student '34- Glee Club '35.

CHARLES E. WATSON "Charlie" HOLY ROSARY Commercial-C. S. M. C .-Intramural Basketball and Baseball-Not tardy in four years.

P AULJ.WEHNER "Wagner" HOLY ANGELS Scientific-C. S. M. C. Officer '36-In路 tramural Baseball.

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EDWARD J. WECKESSER "Eddie" SACRED HEART Commercial-C. S . M. C.-Intramural Basketball and Baseball.

ROMAN H . WIGGENHORN "Wiggie" ST. MARY'S Scientific- C. S. M. C.- Pictorial StaffIntramural Basketball and Baseball.

MARTIN M. WILLIAMS "Marty" ST. ANTHONY Scientific- C. S. M. C .-Pictorial StaffEditorial N ews Staff-Dramatics '36, '37 - Intramural Basketball and BaseballTrack '35, '37-Basketball '35- Booster Club '36, '37.

JAMES F. WINTER ('Jim" ST. ANTHONY Academic-C. S. M. C.- Pictorial Staff -Editorial News Staff-Dramatics '37 -Intramural Baseball-Not tardy in four years.

CHARLES A. WOLF "Charlie" CORPUS CHRISTI Commercial- C. S. M. C. Officer '36Monogram Club '35, '36, '37- Football '34, '35, '36.

B. OMER WOLLENHAUPT

CHARLESJ.ZWIESLER "Bud"

" Rosebud"

HOLY TRINITY

HOLY ANGELS Academic- C. S. M. C. Officer '34, '35Pictorial Staff-Intramural Basketball and Baseball- Honor Student '34Monogram Club '37-Football '34, '36Track '35, '36, '37.

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Commercial- C. S. M. C. Officer '34, '35, '36-Business News Staff- Intramural Baseball-Monogram Club '35, '36, '37Football '34, '35, '36-Track '35, '36, '37 -Basketball '34, '35, '36.


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SENIOR DIRECTORY AUFDERHEIDE, JOSEPH 249 Shaw Ave.

KAPPELER, WARREN 420 Kenilworth Ave.

SCHELLHAAS, JOHN 803 B elmonte Park North

BACH, RAYMOND 629 Maryland Ave.

KERSTING , EUGENE 211 Beverly Place

SCHLEMANN, WILLIAM 98 Cliff St.

BALL, JAMES 1145 Creighton Ave.

KINZIG, CHARLES 1027 Creighton Ave.

SCHNEBLE,ANTHONY 60 Illinois Ave.

BALLMAN, GEORGE R. R. No. 9, Valley Pike

KIRCHMER, JOHN 742 N. Main St.

SCHOPLER, ANTHONY 74 Notre Dame Ave.

BIERSACK, CLETUS 133 Maryland Ave.

KLEINSCHNITZ, GEORGE 31 Vincent St.

SCHRAMM, GERALD 1225 Creighton Ave.

BROADSTONE, MARION 150 S. Sperling Ave.

KOERNER,GEORGE 105 Notre Dame Ave.

SHEER,DONALD 600 St. Nicholas Ave.

BUCHER, FRANK 1032 Walnut Hills Place

KOOGLER , ROBERT 1311 Highland Ave.

CARLIN, OSCAR 1226 Creighton Ave.

KOVERMAN, ROBERT 1611 Tacoma St.

SHERMAN, WILLIAM R. R. No.1, Philadelphia Dr. , Box 199

CLARK, CHARLES 42 S. McGee St.

KROGER, CLAUDE 327 Sandalwood Drive

CLAUDE, ROBERT R. R. No.1, Box 416

KROGER, OSCAR 415 Brandt St.

DICKMAN, ROBERT 29 James St.

KUENLE, PAUL 227 Ridgewood Ave.

DUFFY, WILLIAM R. R. No. 10, Box 554

LAUTERBACH,EUGENE 637 Forest Ave.

EDGINGTON, JEAN 2441 Lakeview Ave.

LAWRENCE, WENDEL 1005 Haynes St.

ENGEL, JAMES 945 Steele Ave.

LEHMAN, JAMES R. R. No. 11, Box 609, Nicholas Rd.

FAHRIG, CHARLES 51 Burlington Ave.

SHULTZ, ROBERT 119 N . Philadelphia St. SIEWE, ALBERT 737 Gondert Ave. SILBEREIS, JOSEPH 222 L Street SKAPIK, RICHARD 1216 W. Hillcrest Ave . SMITH, ELMER 255 S. Findlay St. SMITH, HUGH 345 Delaware Ave. STOECKLEIN, JOSEPH 23 Jasper St.

LOGES, KRAMER 85 Baltimore St.

TAYLOR, WILLIAM 1608 Oakridge Dr.

LONEY,GEORGE 1125 Old Orchard Ave.

THOMPSON, BERNARD 1328 Germantown St.

LOWRY, RALPH 16 Simms Apt., Simms St.

UNGER, PAUL 103 S. Euclid Ave.

McBRIDE, CHARLES 729 Belmonte Park North

WAKER, FRANCIS 145 Medford St.

McLAUGHLIN, EUGENE 712 Smithville Rd.

WALTER, ROBERT 325 Delaware Ave.

MERKLE, LEROY 107 Ashley St.

WATSON, CHARLES 143 Notre Dame Ave.

MINHAM, JOSEPH 215 Burns Ave.

WECKESSER, EDWARD 51 Mary Ave.

MOORMAN, CLETUS 200 Lookout Ave.

WEHNER, PAUL 317 Volusia Ave.

HOUGHTON, PHILIP Patterson Field

MORGAN, WILLIAM 50 Woodland Ave.

WIGGENHORN, ROMAN 337 Clover St.

HOWE, RICHARD 53 E. Bruce Ave.

NEFF, BUERKLE 1024 Creighton Ave.

WILLIAMS, MARTIN 1301 Holly Ave.

HUART, LOUIS 22 Harshman St.

PLACKE, EUGENE 1913 Wyoming St.

WINTER, JAMES 911 St. Nicholas Ave.

HUFF, NORBERT 722 Miami Chapel Road

ROSENKRANS, WILLIAM 516 Brown St.

WOLF, CHARLES 509 Grafton Ave.

HUGHES, JOHN 24 S. Jersey St.

ROTH,EMMET 78 Notre Dame Ave.

WOLLENHAUPT, OMER 123 La Belle St.

IRVING, JEROME 818 Carlisle Ave.

SCHAPER, ROBERT 357 Kenwood Ave.

ZWIESLER, CHARLES 129 McClure St.

FARRELL, BERNARD 1373 Jordan Ave. FITZHARRIS, EDWARD 514 Smith St. FRANCIS, JEROME 339 Richard St. GOLDKAMP, LOUIS 829 Belmonte Park North GRIFFIN, JOHN 817 Cincinnati St. HAGEMAN, ROBERT 284 McClure St. HICKEY, STANLEY 1246 Alwildy Ave. HOLLENKAMP, JOSEPH 304 Schenck Ave.

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Extending Congratulations to the Graduates of 1937, are the following

PATRONS OF THIS YEARBOOK HERMAN ACKERMAN

PETER GMAZ Grocer

ACME SPRING AND WELDING , INC. MRS. LOUIS GOLDKAMP FROM A FRIEND GEORGE B. GRUSENMEYER REV. HARRYJ. ANSBURY E . E. HAGERMAN

MR. and MRS. WM. F. ARMSTRONG

MICHAEL R. HALE, M .D .

AUTO ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT CO.

REV. DENNIS M. HALPIN

MR. MAX BARNS, '34

J . C . HANSEN R estaurant

F. H. BICKFORD CO. DR. H. H. BOHLMAN

H . K . HARKER, M .D. RUDOLPH BOYD DR. HARRY H. HATCHER BOYER'S RESTAURANT DR. EDGAR L. BRAUNLIN

MATHIAS H. HECK Attorney

BUCKEYE BOILER CO.

HEMBERGER BROS. HARDWARE CO.

FRANKBUHL

DR. F. R. HENRY

DR. W . G. CLAGETT, M.D.

ROBERT J. HICKEY

GEORGE CLAUDE FUNERAL HOME

HOOT AUTO REPAIR

FROM A FRIEND

C . A. HORSTMAN

DAYTON FORGING AND HEAT TREATING CO.

JUDGE FREDERICK W . HOWELL

FROM A FRIEND WILLIAM HOYER Grocer

DR. LEON J. DEGER MISS EVA DEVANNEY

HUBBARD FREEMAN CO. Accountants

DR. WM . M . DUNCAN VICTOR A. HUBLER GARLAND DUNKLE HULL'S GROCERY

HERBERT EIKENBARY Attorney

HARRY JERGENS Florist

FENTON DRY CLEANING

JEWEL TEA CO.

FERNWOOD MARKET DR. CLEMENT FISCHER

JOHNNIE 'S MARKET

MR. AND MRS. J. FRANCIS

J . C. JOHNSON Grocer

JOE O. FRANK CO. JULIEN PATTERN MANUFACTURING CO. GEIGER STEREOTYPE CO. GRETCHEN KEIL Studio of the Dance

GITMAN BROS.

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Extending Congratulations to the Graduates of 1937, are the following

PATRONS OF THIS YE A RBOOK SCHELL'S GARAGE

MR. AND MRS. D . A. KERSTING W. H . KIEFABER

co.

DR. CLEM J . SCHNEBLE

KUNST BROS. WINDOW CLEANING CO.

MR. AND MRS. C. J . SCHRAMM

KUNTZ & JOHNSON CO.

DR. C. W. SCHROEDER

REV. CLETUSA. KUNZ

SCHWARTZ MARKET

REV. HERMAN J . LEISING

SENADA CLUB Grads of '33

MR. AND MRS. JOHN LEMMING H.F. SHELOW MR. AND MRS. E . F . LOGES DR. T . C. SHERIDAN MERCHANTS' POLICE SERVICE MR. AND MRS. EARL A. SMITH MESSLER & CO. G . WAYNE SMITH J. W . MILLETTE DR. H . H. STAFFORD

MOODY'S CAFE

STANDARD PARTS CO.

W. W. MOREHOUSE

DR. G. E. STRAHLER

DR. R. P. MUTH NATIONAL TRANSIT CORPORATION

STOCKSTILL PHARMACY

H . C. O'BRIEN

STEVE'S CAFE

DR. P . H. O 'HARA

STEINBRUNNER'S MARKET

OHIO HEAT TREATING CO.

STEEN AND JARRETT RESTAURANT

PONY HOUSE

DR. C. I. SURRELL

DR. W . S. POWELL

ZELLA SWANKHOUSE BEAUTY SALON

DR. J . M. POWERS

GEORGE W. SWORD, JR.

QUALITY SERVICE LAUNDRY

ROBERT BRUCE TAWNEY TRANSFER CO.

DR. DAVID E . REESE , D.D.S.

THILL PRINTING CO.

ROGERS AUTO SERVICE

JUDGE DON R. THOMAS

ELVIRA ROSENCRANS

TONY'S PIPE SHOP

ALFONS ROSENKRANZ RESTAURANT

MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH M . UNGER

MIRIAM ROSENTHAL

MR. AND MRS. LEO F . WALTER

DR. C . J. RYAN

WELLS PLEATING & BUTTON CO.

DR. EDWARD W . SACHS

JOSEPH F. WESTENDORF

SACKSTEDER'S INN

MR. AND MRS. FRED R. WINTER

I. SAJOVITZ SONS CO.

DR. D . E . YELLE

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AD INDEX Page Acme Seed Co ___________________ 55 An~oinette Supply C o ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 68 A. S. L. Sales Co _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ 71 Ballmann, Adam & Sons __ ___ ____ 56 Barlow Motor Car Co ______ _____ _ 71 Beigel Jewelers, Inc __ ______ ______ 64 Beigel, Oscar C., Jewelers _________ 67 Beringer Printing Co _____________ 56 Betty's Place _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ 63 Biersack, H. J ____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ 67 Biltmore Garage ____ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ 71 Boggan, Drs. Peter and R oy ______ 67 Bohlender & Royston ____________ 62 Bollenbacher's Bakery _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 63 Bott, Mr. and Mrs. Fenton __ _ __ _ _ 71 Bower's Green House _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ 64 Bramson's, Inc __________________ 68 Brinkman Engineering Co _ __ _ __ _ _ 57 Brown, Dr. Eugene B ____________ 71 BruckmannCo ____ ______________ 55 Buckeye Barbers Supply _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 62 Budde Sheet Metal Wor ks__ _ _ _ __ _ 62 Bueker's Music Shop ____ _____ __ __ 67 Burns Auto Co ___ __ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ 64 Butler, J. H _______ ____ ________ _ 64 Carvel Bottling Corp ____________ 72 Cleveland Metal Specialties__ _ _ _ _ _ 54 Commercial Engravers, Inc ___ __ __ 54 Cosmopolitan Co __ ________ __ ___ _ 64 D' Agostino's Markets ____ __ ______ 62 Daily, Bert L __________ ________ _ 62 Dayton Church Supply ____ ____ ___ 57 Dayton Key Shop _ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 62 Dayton Plumbing Co __ ____ ____ __ 57 Dayton Power & LighL __ __ ____ __ 56 Dayton Street TransiL _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 58 DeBord, William ____ __ __________ 71 Deger, Urban _ __ __ ____ __ __ ______ 64 Dickman's Barber Shop _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ 57 Dickman, Charles F _ ______ ____ . _ 63 Drummond and Sloan ___ _________ 62 Ebert, Roy _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 60 Fidelity Medical Co _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 60 Five Oaks Nursing Home ___ _____ _ 57 Focke's G erman Wieners _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 56 French, Dr. J. T _ ___ ______ ___ ___ 62 Freshman A _____ _________ _____ _ 65 Freshman B _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 55 Freshman C _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ __ 55 Freshman D __ ____ _________ ___ __ 65 Frey Brothers _______________ ___ _ 68 Frisch the FlorisL _____ __ __ . _ _ __ _ 63 G. E. L. Electric Co _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ 68 Gibbons, M. J ., Supply Co ______ _ 71 Gillespie, J . M _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ 62 Globe Clothing Co _______________ 63 G oldkamp Co_ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ _ 58 Goody Goody ____ ___________ . _ _ _ 58 Green Cottage RestauranL __ _ _ _ __ 62 Green Mountain Studios _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ 70 Guthrie, J. S. , Fuel Co ______ __ ___ 71 Harry's Home Made Ice Cream _ _ _ 63 Heck's, Mike _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ 71 Hegman, VaL ___ __________ ______ 68 Hinkley Dyers _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ 63 Hoban Brothers ___ __ ____________ 62

Page Hochwalt, H. F __ __ ___ __________ 57 Holahan, Dr. M. L ___________ ___ 66 Hollencamp's Clothing _ __ _ __ _ __ __ 60 Hollenkamp's Products ____ __ _____ 59 Holtmeier, Frank ____ _ _ __ __ __ _ _ __ 66 Howard's Cut-Rate Store ______ __ _ 66 Hoyer, Vernon _______ ___ __ __ ____ 63 Hunt, William J., Coal Co ________ 67 Industries Building PooL __ _ __ __ _ _ 68 Interstate Lunches _____ _ __ __ _ _ __ _ 66 John's Cleaners ________________ _ 66 Junior A _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ ___ _ _ ___ _ _ _ 69 Junior B _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ __ _ ___ _ __ __ __ 55 Junior D _ _ __ __ _ __ __ _ __ _ __ __ _ __ _ 71 Kant-Be-Beat Dry Cleaners ______ 66 Keilson Cigar Co _ __ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ 57 Kelley'S, Mrs., Noodles _______ ___ _ 62 Kinney Shoes __ _ __ __ _ __ _ __ __ _ __ _ 66 Kinzeler's, Gus, Place _________ ___ 66 Kloos, Philip ___ ___ _____ ___ _____ _ 65 Krabacher, B ernice, Dancing_____ _ 71 Kramer Bakery _ _ _ _ _ __ __ __ _ _ __ _ _ 70 Kramer Bros. Foundry ______ _____ 67 Krick, Chas. W .. Salesman _ __ ___ _ 67 Kuenle. A. J __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ __ __ __ 66 Kuntz Printing Co _____ ____ __ ____ 64 Leonard's MarkeL ___ _____ ___ ___ 64 Makley, Robert C. , & Co _____ ____ 66 Malted Milk King__ _ _ __ _ __ __ _ __ _ 57 Margolis, David H _ _ _ _ _ __ __ __ _ _ _ 59 Martin's Appliance Store ___ __ _ _ _ _ 63 Maxwell Finance Co ___ __________ 55 Meyers, Edw. W ____ ______ ______ 67 Miami-Jacobs College ____________ 70 Miami Maid Bread _ _ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ _ _ 68 Miller, R. R ____ __________ __ ____ 62 Moosbrugger Drug Co ___ __ ____ __ 56 Mueller Realty Co _____ __ __ ____ __ 67 Murphy, Murphy and Mayl, Attys 65 Muth Bros., Inc __ ___ _____ ___ ____ 56 National Meat MarkeL _________ _ 55 Neff, C. J., Bookkeeping Service __ 63 New Ideal Welding Co _____ __ ___ _ 68 North's Pharmacy ___ ____________ 66 Nugent Potato Chip C o __ __ ____ __ 66 Ohmer Park Cafe __ ____ _________ _ 64 Ohmer Park Shoe Repair _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ 64 Olt Brothers Brewing Co _ __ _ _ _ __ _ 58 P . A. M. Distributors ___ ___ ___ ___ 68 Paree Barber Shop ______ ___ ___ ___ 67 Philips, R. 0 ____ __ __ __ ___ _______ 64 Poeppelmeier Co ____ __ ____ ______ 70 Prince, L. M __ _______ _________ __ 68 Prinz and Estelle __ _ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ 62 Ray's Clothing__ _ _ __ __ _ __ _ __ __ _ _ 65 Ray's MarkeL _______ ___________ 57 Reynolds and Reynolds Co _ _ _ __ _ _ 60 Rife, Wm., Co ___ ______ _________ 67 Roderer, John B ___ ___ ____ ___ ____ 58 Rodgers and Company, Jewelers __ _ 73 Rohr's Sinclair Service Station __ _ _ 66 Royal Bowling Alleys _____ ____ ___ 68 Ryan Dry Cleaning and Pressing __ 63 Sacksteder's Market _ _ _ __ _ __ __ _ __ 68 Sanders, Dr. C . L ______ ___ _____ _ 66 Sawaya's French Markets ___ _____ 66

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Page Schaaf's Pretzel Bakery _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ 66 Schad, J os. J ____ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 57 Schaut's Clothing Store _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ 71 Schellhaas Drug Store____ _ __ _ __ _ _ 63 Schneble, Martin, Pharmacy __ ___ _ 67 Schultz Pharmacy _______ ________ 61 Sell's MarkeL _ _ __ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ 69 Semelroth Theatre CircuiL _ __ _ __ _ 61 Senior A __ __ __ ________________ __ 52 Senior B ____________________ ____ 52 Senior D _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ ___ _ _ __ __ __ _ _ 56 Sharpe & Sons Auto Painting _____ 57 Sheffer Music Co ___ ________ ____ _ 68 Sherer, Archie , Co ____ _____ ______ 71 Shroyer's, Wm. A., Sons _____ _____ 62 Shultz's Grocery _____ _ __ _ __ __ __ __ 58 Simon, Frank, Grocer __ _ __ _ __ _ _ __ 67 Simond Worden White Co _____ ___ 61 Skapik's, Dick, Orchestra ___ ______ 61 Siades Pharmacy _ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ 63 Smith, L. C. , & Corona Typewriters 61 Smith's MarkeL ___ ____ ___ ______ 61 Smith's Studios ____ ________ _____ 58 Smith, Thos, J _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ __ _ __ 61 Sophomore A _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ ___ __ _ _ _ 69 Sophomore B _ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ __ _ ___ __ _ 69 Sophomore C _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ __ __ _ __ _ 59 Sower's Floral Co ______ _____ _____ 61 Spatz, Joe, Bakery _____ _______ ___ 65 Sprauer, A. J _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ ___ __ __ _ _ 64 Sprauer's Tavern __ _ _ _ _ ____ __ _ __ _ 63 Standard Register _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 50 Standard Seed Co __ _______ ____ __ 59 State Federal Savings ______ ______ 61 St. John's Transportation ___ ______ 61 Stoecklein, Clarence J __ _________ _ 57 Sucher's Meats __ . __ ____________ 71 Talley Cleaning Co ______ _____ ___ 56 Tekamp Cafe ___ ____ ___ _____ ____ 67 Tellings Ice Cream _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ 58 Theodora , James, Grocer __ _______ 61 Thill Printing Co__ __ __ _ ___ _ ___ __ 67 Thompson Printing Co_ _ __ __ __ _ __ 60 Timmer's Cleaners ___ ____ ______ __ 68 Trautman & Keve Drug Co ___ __ __ 67 University of Dayton _____ ___ ____ 48 Van Cleve Hotel, Cigar Stand ___ __ 61 Viens Family Gardens_____ __ __ __ _ 64 Wahlrab, A. J ., Jeweler __________ 64 Wall, Hugh E _ _ _ __ __ __ __ __ ___ __ 68 Walsh's Restuarant _______ ____ ___ 61 Wartinger, Robert J - - ___ ________ 61 Wayne Service Station ___ ________ 61 Weber's Haberdashery ___ ____ ____ 57 Weckesser Electric Co ___ _________ 61 Wehner Roofing and Tinning Co __ 57 WeisDrugStore ___ ____ ________ _ 62 West Side Building and Loan _ _ _ __ 65 White Clover Dairy Farms ______ _ 64 White Villa Dairy Store _ __ ___ __ __ 63 White Villa Grocers, Inc_____ __ _ __ 65 White Villa Ice Cream _______ ____ 73 Willhelm Furniture Co __ ____ ____ _ 63 Wilson Auto Service _ _ __ _ _ __ __ __ _ 64 Windle Barber Supply _ _____ _____ 57 Youngs Cleaners _ _ _ _ __ _ ___ _ _ _ ___ 68 Zimmerman's Grocery, Inc ______ _ 57


University of Dayton is Dayton's University

prefers to patronize home products. When the home product, your university, does not need to be J)atronized but demands use on its own merits- one needs no extraordinary acumen to know where to go. Daytonians who enroll in their own institution will find a highly trained faculty, adequate departmental equipment, a spirit of friendly camaraderie, and even a tinge of that dignity and culture which a number of foreign students and European educated professors give . They will find an educational method, tried through the centuries, tested yesterday, and today triumphantly vindicated; an utter absence of caste in an unusually democratic atmosphere; an opportunity to cultivate new and lasting friendships; up-and-coming athletic teams to cheer or play on-and a generally progressive spirit in all aspects of college life.

E

VERYONE

The University of Dayton is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and of the Ohio College Association . Its Pre-Medics Department is recognized by the American Medical Association.

Departm.ents at the University of Dayton: ARTS. SCIENCE. EDUCATION. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ENGINEERING: Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical PRE-MEDICAL. PRE-DENTAL. PRE-LAW RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

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1. Skapik's Rhythm Makers. 2. Yours for keeps, Bob? 3. Hungry Cappy? 4. Senior Feet. 5. Walter Winchells. 6. Plenty to aim at. 7. Paper Drive winners. 8. Stranded. 9. A split untimely. 10. Showing 'em Howe! 11. Winsome lasses. 12. "Sir Galahad," Howe. 13. Just getting an idea! 14. Same to you Charlie! 15. Sh-h-h-h-h! 16. Where's the truck? 17. Speed demon Walter started early. 18. Very unnatural. 19. Leader on No.1. 20. Sally Schaper.

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TO THE CLASS OF '37: Congratulations and sincerest good wishes for success in your work that lies ahead. The world is waiting for you. It needs men of culture, intelhgence, and vision. Your training at Chaminade has pointed out to you the need for higher education. During my incumbency as president of the Board of Lay Trustees at the University of Dayton, I have seen higher education in progress. In the business world I have had the privilege of seeing higher education put to the test-college men taking their places in the responsible business positions. Consider well the advantages of college training. May you be like the Eagle whose emblem you cherish-always seeking newer and higher levels. Yours sincerely,

...

~'--~~

"

-

J. Q. Sherman, President.

THE STANDARD REGISTER CO. DAYTON, OHIO

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I. Paste ' em again harder. 2. Schaper takes off. 3. Is there a man in the crowd? 4. Braddock Koverman! 5. Who? where? when? 6. Peck's bad boy. 7. What a pickup. 8. Viking Siewe. 9. Popular pastime. 10. Up or down, Fuzzy? 11. Editor-in-Chief at the age of five. 12. Fuzzy, Ruthie and Joe. 13. The acme of femininity! 14. Swiss does it again. 15. Captain Joe Silbereis. 16. Gene Kersting- then and yet! 17. Why hesitate? 18. A little harder. Charlie!

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s E

Compliments,

-

Fellow-Seniors

N I

o R

Farewell Underclassmen

•

B

FAREWELL and Many Thanks to the Faculty Best Wishes to the Underclassmen

SENIOR

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A


S[NIOR NICKNAM[ CLUB

1. "Stein" Goldkamp. 2. "Yeller" Hickey. 3. " Slick" Merkle. 4. "Grandma" Lawrence. 5. "Little Moosie" Minham. 6. " Skipper" Skapik. 7. Edgemont against the world: left to right-" Groggy" Griffin, "Harlem" Huff, Fatzharris, " Spearhead" Albers. 8. "Rabbit" Clark. 9. "Einstein" Lauterbach. 10. "Chubby" Hollenkamp (aged 16 years in wood). 11. "Joe and Ruthie."

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CLEVELAND METAL SPECIALTIES CO. Manufacturers and Designers

CLASS RINGS and PINS • CLUB PINS ATHLETIC MEDALS and AWARDS FRATERNITY JEWELS • LODGE EMBLEMS

TROPHIES FOR ALL EVENTS Factory and Office:

Show Room:

1783 E. 21st St., Cleveland, Ohio

2025 E. 14th St., Cleveland, Ohio

I N~QRPQRAT8D

40 N. JEFFERSON ST. DAYTON,O. ~~~ .... ADAMS 94 9 1

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Drink Bruck's Beer and Ale

National NIeat Market Company

THE BRUCKMANN COMPANY

40 E. THIRD ST. 13 S. JEFFERSON ST.

CINCINNATI "QUALITY" BREWERS

Meats and Groceries

Operating Continuously Since 1856 Entrance on Market Street GEORGE E . THOMA, Manager Dayton District 128 FAIRGROUND AVE.

Wholesale Dept.

FU-428 1

OVER 25,000,000

AD-1218

Seniors dear, Seniors dear,

It is estimated that over 25,000,000 American homes are without bank credit. Organizations such as ours serve their financial needs.

Show us how to cliTnb. You're on top; yet wefear

The Maxwell Finance Company

We need more than time.

"The House of Friendly Service"

FroshB 7 FRANKLIN ST.

FU-2153

Chaminade Grads of '37 Farewell Seniors

Farewell, Seniors! For you, the first test is over; you are leaving the harbor

and

and entering ' into the deep sea of real life. You have taken your first step, and have done

Compliments from Frosh C

that well. Remember those who have gone before, who worked and waited through dark and cheerless times. Yet there is a time in each man's life when

ACME SEED CO.

success is won and the sun shines on his soul.

Complete Line of

Seniors, this Junior class wishes to compliment you

HARDWARE, GARDEN TOOLS

on your success in scholastic, athletic and social endeavors.

GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS

•

FARM IMPLEMENTS

JUNIOR B

21 E. Second St.

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FU-44S1


When You Need

THE BERINGER PRINTING CO.

DRUG STORE SERVICE

Producers of Good Printing

go to

MOOSBRUGGER DRUG CO. Herman Ave. and Main St.

DICKEY BUILDING

124 EAST THIRD ST.

Dayton, Ohio

Compliments to the

Cornplirnen ts of

CLASS OF '37

ADAM BALLMANN & SONS

Fruits and Vegetables

MUTH BROS. INC. 67-69 CENTRAL MARKET

AD-2281

121 LaBelle St.

A Local Industry employing over 1,400 men and women in our territory and serving 100,000.

.'

SENIOR D Be good, do good, make good

THE DAYTON POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

Dayton's Better Cleaners

DEMAND

The Talley Cleaning COInpany

FOCKE'S GERMAN WIENERS

Phone: FU-9197

THEY ARE DELICIOUS

Office: 225 North Main Street

LOOK FOR THE YELLOW BAND

W e Own and Operate Our Own Plant

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THE FIVE OAKS NURSING HOME

The Brinlunan Engineering Co.

For Chronic and Paralytic Patients Under Care of Trained Nurse-Rates Reasonable

MECHANICAL MOLDS, DIES, TOOLS METAL STAMPINGS

L . G . Brinkman, Manager

FU-109

1426 E. Third Street

Dayton, Ohio

300 Kiser Street

MRS. ANNA MASTBAUM, Directress

COMPLIMENTS of

KEILSON CIGAR CO.

THE MALTED MILK KING

Dayton Tobacco Branch FU-7131

20 N. JEFFERSON ST.

1419 E. THIRD

C. Florio

Compliments of

THE WINDLE BARBER

CLARENCE J. STOECKLEIN

and

Attorney-at-Law

BEAUTY SUPPLY CO. FU-8052

720 REIBOLD BLDG.

111 N. JEFFERSON ST.

W . J . Brinck, Pres.

Compliments of

W. A. Brinck, Sec'y

ZIMMERMAN'S GROCERY, Inc.

THE DAYTON PLUMBING CO.

1424 East Fifth St.

PLUMBING AND HEATING Repair Work a Specialty

" We Retail at Wholesale Prices 路'

1616 GUMMER AVE.

KE-6882

904 BROWN ST.

FU-3251

HARDWARE

PAINTS

JOS. J. SCHAD

AUTO PAINTING

HOUSE FURNISHINGS Furnace Repair Work a Specialty Roofing- Spouting- Sheet Metal Work 846 S. BROWN ST. FU-1462

E. L. SHARPE & SONS Body and Fender Repair

DAYTON CHURCH SUPPLY CO.

H. F. HOCHWALT

Church Goods - Religious Articles Pictures - Picture Framing

GROCERIES AND QUALITY MEATS

113 South Ludlow St.

Always Glad to Please

AD-2521

930 LINDEN AVENUE

The WEHNER Roofing and Tinning Co.

RAY'S MARKET FANCY GROCERIES and BODY BEEF

Asbestos Siding . .. Skylights Built-up Roofing ... Slate and Tile Jobbing a Specialty

Give Us a Call 65 WARDER ST.

FU-0621

557 RICHARD ST. TAILORING

DICKMAN'S BARBER SHOP

HABERDASHERY

10% Discount with this Ad at

Courteous and careful attention with only better merchandise used 4 N . J efferson

Office: FU-3751

WEBER'S 15 S. LUDLOW ST. Before July 1st

Dayton, Ohio

RELINING

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REMODELING


A White Villa Store . . . Compliments of the

SHULTZ'S GRQCERY GOLDKAMP COMPANY

Fancy Meats and Vegetables

DAYTON, OHIO 2700 E. SECOND ST.

KE·0373

TELLING'S Your Friends Want Your Photograph We Make Them

ICE CREAM

SMITH STUDIOS 2 W. THIRD ST.

The Telling-Belle Vernon Co. DAYTON, OHIO

Complimen ts of

GOODY GOODY

THE OLT BROTHERS BREWING COMPANY

Sandwiches

2841 SALEM AVENUE

3521 W. THIRD DAYTON, OHIO

Congratulations to the

You'll Buy Better Shoes

Class of ((1937" at the

JOHN B. RODERER SHOE STORE

Dayton Street Transit Company

810 XENIA AVE.

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807 S. BROWN

~T.


BEER and ALE

Best Wishes

SODAS and ICE

to the

••••• Graduates

The Hollenkamp Products Company

from

800 BROWN STREET

Mr. and Mrs. David H. Margolis

FU-3422

Seniors

Compliments of

Our Personal

STANDARD SEED

Heartfelt

COMPANY

Con.g ratulation.s

DAYTON, OHIO

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This Pictorial . •

• PRO DUe E D

B

Y

THE THOMPSON PRINTING CO. 442 E. SECOND ST., DAYTON, OHIO

THE FIDELITY MEDICAL SUPPLY COMPANY

Compliments of M. D. Dineen

The Reynolds & Reynolds Co.

213 SOUTH MAIN ST.

Printers Since 1866

World's Largest Manufacturers

Surgical Girdles, Abdominal Supports, Trusses, Arch Supports, Elastic Hosiery

of Accounting Systems

Hello, Chaminade Boys! Compliments

HOLLENCAMP'S 64th GREETINGS

of

ROY EBERT

CLERK OF

Dependable Clothes, Hats and Furnishings

MUNICIPAL COURTS

• Since 1873

A Friend of Charninade

17 SOUTH JEFFERSON STREET

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SIMONDS WORDEN WHITE CO. DICK SKAPIK'S ORCHESTRA

llOI NEGLEY PLACE

RA-181S DAYTON, OHIO

RA"-1l37

SAVINGS ACCOUNTS

WECKESSER ELECTRIC CO.

STATE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION

19 E. FIRST STREET FU-1l73

MONEY TO LEND

. DAYTON, OHIO

Callahan Bldg.

Federalized and Insured Third and Main Sts .

SOWER'S FLORAL CO.

WAYNE SERVICE STATION

Flowers by Wire 1402 WAYNE AVE.

KE-0321

436 Gramont Avenue

Come and See . ..

FU-1372

THOS. J. SMITH

ROBERT J. WARTINGER

GROCERIES, MEATS AND FRESH VEGETABLES

the Optometrist, and he will make you see better with the Seerite Glasses.

St. Charles between Carlisle and Hodapp

1708 RICHARDS STREET

KE-3231

WALSH'S RESTAURANT

SMITH'S MARKET

Steaks and Sandwiches

Reliable Gocds, Lowest Prices, Fair and Square Dealing Polite Attention

6 Per Cen t Beer 2409 FAR HILLS AVE.

73 JASPER ST_

WA-0263

FU-3741

VAN CLEVE HOTEL

L. C. SMITH & CORONA

and

TYPEWRITER, Inc.

MUTUAL HOME BUILDING Cigar Stands

DAYTON INDUSTRIES FU-9S44

Compliments of the

JAlVIES THEODORA

SEMELROTH THEATRE CIRCUIT

GROCERY 94 Baltimore Street AD-0729

Federation

Dayton , Ohio

ST. JOHN'S TRANSPORTATION COMPANY

P eoples

Sigma

Wayne

SCHULTZ PHARMACY 2601 E . THIRD ST.

BUSES FOR CHARTER KE-044S

3706 Hoover Avenue

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DAYTON, OHIO


R. R. MILLER SPORTING GOODS

HOBAN BROTHERS FOUNDRY CO.

McGregor Golf Clubs to improve your game and beat old man par; also a complete line of Wright & Ditson , Magnan and Harry C . Lee Tennis Racquets BASEBALL SOFT BALL SWIMMING

44 WYANDOT STREET FU-1921

DAYTON, OHIO

7 W. FIRST STREET.

FU-5042

Compliments of

DRUMMOND and SLOAN

GREEN COTTAGE RESTAURANT

Quality Groceries

119 S. LUDLOW STREET

Prompt, Courteous Service

EYES EXAMINED Glasses Properly Fitted and Repaired

Compliments of

J. M. GILLESPIE

WM. A. SHROYER'S SONS SPORTING GOODS

OPTOMETRIST 35 East Third Street

FU-8811

45 E. F ourth Street

AD-1461

DR. J. T. FRENCH

Congratulations Seniors

CHIROPRACTOR-MECHANO THERAPIST

MRS. KELLEY'S NOODLES

Physical Therapist

At Your Grocer

ADams 4772

AD-5362

1116 N. Main Street

DAYTON KEY SHOP

Compliments of

Locks, Safes, Door-checks, Keys

WEIS DRUG STORE

SERVICE ALL PARTS OF CITY Next to Rear Entrance of Horne Store 3 N. MARKET ST.

935 CINCINNATI ST.

AD-3752

PRESERVE YOUR DIPLOMA Have It Framed at

D'AGOSTINO MARKETS

BERT L. DAILY, Inc.

Quality Foods Store No.1 400 N. MAIN ST. FU-0186

126 E . THIRD STREET AD-4121 Complete Picture Framing Dept. Artists' Material Headquarters

Store No. 2 526 S. LUDLOW ST. AD-0984

PRINZ & ESTELLE

BUDDE SHEET METAL WORKS

Jewelers 40 W. SECOND ST.

997 WASHINGTON STREET Tel. AD- 18H

Dayt on, Ohio

BUCKEYE BARBERS SUPPLY

BOHLENDER & ROYSTON, INC.

Razors, Razor Strops, Shears, Knives, Perfume, Face Massage, Hair Tonic

Diarnonds- Watches- Jewelry 12 N. MAIN ST.

214 E. THIRD ST.

DAYTON, OHIO

DAYTON, OHIO Established 1870

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HARRY'S HOME MADE ICE CREAM

WILLHELM FURNITURE CO. " Complete Horne Outfitters"

554 Xenia Ave.- Next to Federation Theatre Malted Milks Sodas

424-426 E. FIFTH STREET

Sundaes Banana Splits Grilled Sandwiches

FU-8022

Dayton, Ohio

c. J. Neff Bookkeeping Service

RYAN

Business Statements, Sales, Personal and Income Taxes Social Security Reports

DRY CLEANING-PRESSING-REPAIRING

1024 Creighton Ave.

Luncheons

KE-3523

135 Franklin Street

Dinners

Compliments of

Beverages

SPRAUER'S TAVERN

SLADE'S

A. J. SPRAUER, Prop. N. E. Corner Wyoming and St. Paul COMPLETE BAR SERVICE Phone: KE-0241 DAYTON, OHIO

South End Pharmacy Brown St. at Fairground Ave.

HINKLEY

Compliments of

DYER AND DRY CLEANER

CHARLES F. DICKMAN

We Call for and Deliver KE-8621 2924 E. Third

No Better Flowers Sold Anywhere

Two Stores

2035 Wayne Ave.

BOLLENBACHER'S BAKERY

"FRISCH" the Florist

Fine Pastries and German Rye

3600 E. FIFTH STREET

509 BROWN ST.

DAYTON, OHIO

Headquarters for Collegiate Trousers

SCHELLHAAS DRUG STORE

The Globe Clothing Company

" Ask Your Doctor"

Fifth and Jefferson Streets

1053 Linden Avenue

MARTIN'S APPLIANCE STORE

Dayton, Ohio

Compliments of

732 Cincinnati St. FU-9571 Refrigerators, Radios, Ranges, Sweepers Washing Machines and Small Appliances Easy Terms-As low as one dollar a week

VERNON HOYER Beauty Service 1411 Smithville Road

Joe and Frank Martin

Compliments of

BETTY'S PLACE

White Villa Dairy Store and Delicatessen

Good Cold Beer and Lunch 527 S. BROWN

915 BROWN STREET

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KE-7294


Compliment s of

Compliments . . .

BEIGEL JEWELERS, Inc.

BOWER'S GREEN HOUSE

18 S . Main at Market DAYTON, OHIO

FU-8791

THE COSMOPOLITAN CO.

R. O. PHILIPS

Furnishings for Men a nd Young Men

Groceries and Quality Meats

Always Glad to Please 27 W. FIFTH STREET

. 427 S. BROWN

Fine Repairing

Engraving

Compliments of

A. J. WAHLRAB

J. H. BUTLER

1100 East Fifth Street DAYTON, OHIO FU-3992

CHIROPRACTOR

Diamonds

Watches

AD-9771

509-12 Miami Savings Bldg.

URBAN DEGER

Wine

Liquors

Organist Holy Trinity Church

VIENS FAMILY GARDENS

Teacher of Piano, Hammond Organ, Pipe Organ, and Harmony

3105 East Third Street

Genuine Turtle Soup

Sandwiches and Beer

Studio: Anderson Piano Co.

239 N. Main Street

KUNTZ PRINTING COMPANY

Shoe Repairing While You Wait . ..

Prompt, Courteous Service

Ohlller Park Shoe Repair Shop

Estimates Cheerfully Given

ALEX TOTH, Proprietor

FU 7404 1912 Wyoming Street

Dayton, Ohio

A. J. SPRAUER

DAYTON, OHIO

AAA Service Station

Good Gulf Gas and Oil

WILSON AUTO SERVICE Equipped to Render Complete Lubrication and Auto Service Cars Washed and Greased

THE GROCER 1136 Creighton Avenue

340 TROY STREET

KE-8511

X enia Ave. at St. Paul

KE-0517

Dayton, Ohio

WHITE CLOVER DAIRY FARM S

OHMER PARK CAFE

Milk, Cream, Cottage Cheese, Butter, Buttermilk Chocolate Drink

Beer and Sandwiches 2820 Wayne Avenue

Tel. KE路6911

1800 EAST FIRST ST .

BEST DEAL IN TOWN

LEONARD'S MARI{ET

See BURNS AUTO CO. N ow

" White Villa Quality Foods" 701 BOWEN STREET

Plymouth - Chrysler KE-0382

RA 1139

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2140 N. MAIN STREET


TOUCHDOWN!

Compliments of

·W hen the goal is won at last

WHITE VILLA GROCERS, Inc.

Who will count the troubles past?

1026 E. Third St.

FRESHMAN A

AD-4271

Compliments Compliments of

to the Seniors

WEST SIDE BUILDING & LOAN COMPANY

from

11 S6 West Third Street

FRESHMAN D

Ray's Special

GRADUATION OUTFIT • • • • •

THREE PIECE SUIT in Oxford BROADCLOTH SHIRT RESILIENT TIE TWO PAIR HOSE HICKOK BELT

JOE SPATZ BAKERY

=====

High Class Baked Goods Pay $1.00 Weekly

1337 West 2nd

White Flannel Trousers at only $5.25 108 SOUTH MAIN ST.

RAY'S

S~reet

FU-4832

12-14 EAST FOURTH ST.

Complime'n ts of

Compliments of

PHILIP KLOOS

MURPHY, MURPHY & MAYL

SHERIFF

Attorneys

of Montgomery County

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SCHAAF'S PRETZEL BAKERY

GUS KINZELER'S PLACE

210 XENIA AVE.

Beer and Lunch

KE-5333

DAYTON, OHIO

818 N . MAIN ST.

Compliments of

Compliments of

SAWAYA'S FRENCH MARKETS

KINNEY SHOES

831 E . FIFTH STREET FU-0252

34 E. Third Street

Dayton, Ohio

DR. C. L. SANDERS

Dayton, Ohio

KANT -BE-BEAT DRY CLEANING CO.

VETERINARIAN Phones: Office: FUlton 2581; Residence : TAylor 1767 70S S. MAIN STREET Dayton, Ohio

118 VALLEY STREET

ROHR'S SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION

Compliments ot

JOHN'S CLEANERS AND DYERS

WEST THIRD and CHARTER 161 Xenia at Bowen

FU-9301

CompliI}"'ents of

Complimen ts of

1'1 UG ENT POTATO CHIP CO.

INTERSTATE LUNCHES

242 COMMERCIAL ST. FU-4002

614 Five Oaks

DAYTON, OHIO

NORTH'S PHARMACY

HOWARD'S CUT-RATE STORE

Prescription Druggist

1 BRANDT STREET

Fountain Service

FRANK HOLTMEIER

ROBERT C. MAKLEY & CO.

REALTOR

REALTOR

Building a Clientele through Satisfied Customers

132 N. MAIN ST.

AD-9342

220 Winters Bank Bldg.

AD-4196

Phone: KE-2621

A. J. KUENLE

DR. M. L. HOLAHAN

The Hy-Pure Drug Store

OPTOMETRIST

Cor. Jefferson and Warren Streets Phone: FU-0143

DAYTON, OHIO

FU-0663

W. THIRD and DELPHOS AVE.

Dayton, Ohio

1911 East Third Street

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DAYTON, OHIO


Compliments of

Best Wishes of

THE THILL PRINTING CO. 420 Xenia Ave.

THE I{RAMER BROS. FDY. CO.

MA-3431

TEKAMP CAFE

MARTIN SCHNEBLE PHARMACY

Beer and Sandwiches

1500 EAST FIFTH FU-0593

1821 WYOMING ST.

HUNT

Compliments of

NO FARTHER For High Grade Coal or Coke

DR. J. ROY BOGGAN DR. PETER A. BOGGAN

WILLIAM J. HUNT COAL CO. Office and Yard: Smithville Rd. and Penn. R. R . KE-6163 JEWELERS

Complete Repair Service

WATCHMAKERS

EDW. W. MEYERS

WM. RIFE CO. JEWELERS

Trophies, Medals and Awards for "All Athletic Events" 639 REIBOLD BLDG.

DAYTON, OHIO

CHAS. W. KRICK Salesman

THE REXALL DRUG STORE

SODAS

CANDIES

STOMPS CHEVROLET

TOILETRIES

New and Used Cars

Quality with Courteous Service 141 N . Main St.

FU-8311

Jewelry 122 S. LUDLOW

AD-2061

TRAUTMAN & KEVE DRUG CO. DRUGS

Diamonds

Watches

225 S . MAIN

Res . MA-2366

Harries Bldg.

BUEKER'S MUSIC SHOP

AD-8104

H. J. BIER SACK

28 NORTH LUDLOW

Fancy Groceries and Meats " The World' s Finest Band and Orchestra Instruments"

OSCAR C. BEIGEL

PAREE BARBER SHOP

JEWELERS Fine Jewelry

FU-8026

133 Maryland Avenue

Up-to-the-Minute Haircuts Diamonds

505 Xenia Avenue

Dayton, Ohio

414 Warren Street MA-2631

Ed. Schaefer, Mgr.

Wm. Zennie, Prop.

Your Realtor

Compliments of

The Edw. M. Mueller Realty Co.

FRANK SIMON

R eal Estate

Fine Groceries and Meats

Insurance

Rentals

601-602 Reibold Building 200 Henry Street

FU-0223

FU-1781

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Dayton, Ohio


SHEFFER MUSIC CO. World' s Finest Instruments

YOUNGS

C. G . Conn Band Instruments Soprania Accordions Gibson's String Instruments

Cleaners and Dyers

35 E. FIRST ST.

1231 S. BROWN ST.

HE-3808

Compliments of the

FU-1481

Compliments of

ANTOINETTE SUPPLY CO.

L. lVI. PRINCE

Dealers in Beauty Parlor Furniture Equipment and Supplies 215 W. FIRST ST.

OPTICIAN

AD-6901

117 SOUTH LUDLOW ST.

NEW IDEAL WELDING CO.

With Best Wishes . ..

BRAZING AND CUTTING Electric and Acetylene Welding

HUGH E. WALL

Portable Outfits ... Anywhere ... Anytime 344 S. MAIN ST.

FU-5322

Compliments of

BRAMSON'S INC.

ROYAL BOWLING ALLEYS

HATTERS -

FURNISHERS

Home of Chaminade Bowling League 27 West Fifth St.

114 South Main St. DAYTON

Louis Zavakos

P. A. M. DISTRIBUTORS

" Keep Trimmer with Timmer"

BLUE MOON BRAND

TIlVIlVIER'S CLEANERS

Pickles, Mayonnaise, Relish Spread, Relish, Mustard

1905 N. MAIN ST. RA-6932

27 WASHINGTON ST.

DAYTON, OHIO

We Call and Deliver Compliments of

SACKSTEDER'S

THE G. E. L. ELECTRIC CO.

Better Salted Nut Meats

11 W. FIRST ST. ARCADE MARKET

FU-8312

Compliments of

VALHEGMAN

INDU STRIES BLDG. POOL

LEATHER GOODS - LUGGAGE HARNESS AD-5652

Third and L udlow

136 E . THIRD ST.

LOUIS

CHARLES

FREY BROTHERS

MIAlVII MAID BREAD

For a Big Glass of Beer

The Toast of Every Horne

Burkhardt and Martz

KE-0425

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AD-S158


Courage

SELL'S MARI(ET Honesty Quality Groceries and l\'leats

Success

303 DELAWARE AVENUE

Junior A

SUCCESS _-UCCESS to th e

ENIORS

Soph.

A

OPH. B

SENIORS Page 69


The POEPPELMEIER Co. 412-418 WAYNE AVENUE

Come and see our fine freshly baked cakes, cookies, bread, pastries, rolls and coffee cakes.

Linoleum They'll make your mouth water, and you'll swear you never ate such baked goods as they make at the

Wall Paper Window Shades

KRAMER BAKERY 1516 E. }<-IFTH

Paints and Glass

FUlton 0565

Advanced Courses for High School Graduates

We Recommend the Products of

High School students of character and ability are invited to investigate the courses offered by Miami-Jacobs College.

GREEN MOUNTAIN STUDIOS., Inc.

Business executives depend upon this school for Secretaries, Stenographers, Bookkeepers, Accountants and Junior Executives. They know that our students have shown a serious desire to qualify thoroughly for business by paying tuition for advanced, specialized training.

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, VT.

Who Make Our

To help you in making plans following graduation, a copy of our latest catalog will be mailed free on request.

Pennants, Banners and Elllblellls

MIAMI路JACOBS COLLEGE DAYTON, OHIO

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M. J. GIBBONS SUPPLY CO.

Everybody Favors

VICTORY BRAND FLAVOR

STANDARD PLUMBING FIXTURES

VICTORY BRAND LARD - BACON HAMS (Boiled - Baked- Smoked- Bar-B-Q) CHIPPED BEEF - SAUSAGES and BEEF CUTS

EST.

No.osse

Visit Ou: Showroom

601 EAST MONUMENT AVE.

DAYTON, OHIO

Since 1881

Seniors

WM. DEBORD

Best of Success

Quality Groceries and Meats

Junior D

KE-6667

134 S . HEDGES STREET

Bernice Krabacher's Dancing School

DR. EUGENE B. BROWN, '30 OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted

All Types of Dancing Taught

432 XENIA AVE. KE-8301

DAYTON> OHIO

Special Rates in Ballroom for High School Students DAYTON, OHIO

Res. 2724 E. 4th Street

Phone: KE-3093

Compliments of

SCHAUT'S CLOTHING STORE

l\1R. & MRS. FENTON BOTT

309-311 TROY STREET

Teachers of Social Deportment 319 W. THIRD ST.

AD-6032

FU-3212

Phone: FU-5371

Compliments of

ARCHIE SHERER COMPANY THE BILTMORE GARAGE

Office Furniture, Wood and Steel Safes, Steel Shelving, Lockers, Filling Supplies 240 S. MAIN ST.

Congratulations

Go to

MIKE HECK'S

THE BARLOW MOTOR CAR CO. CHRYSLER

A. S.

L~

Beer on Tap - Hot and Cold Sandwiches

PLYMOUTH

355 S. MAIN ST.

DAYTON, OHIO

640 TROY STREET

FU-5171

SALES COMPANY

J. S. GUTHRIE FUEL CO.

Distributors of WURLITZER'S AUTOMATIC PHONOGRAPHS

2100 HOME AVENUE

133 Washington Street FU-6012

AD-4602

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Dayton, Ohio


CARVEL BOTTLING CORPORATION -FINE BEVERAGES

Cenerul Office:; :

Plultt:

MUTUAL HOME BUILDING

716 FOREST AVENUE 路

Phone FU- 5159

Day tOil, Ohio

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Autographs

..

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Congratulations to the Class of 1937

WHITE VILLA ICE CREAM MILK

CHEESE

BUTTER

CHOCOLATE

CREAM

One of America's Finer Jewelry Stores

ORANGE

ROGERS AND COMPANY JEWELERS

Grocer's .Cooperative Dairy, Inc.

33 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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Chaminade High School Yearbook 1937