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PRESENTED BY THE SENIOR 'CLASS

onlenls _ ADMINISTRATION. 1( - 25 _ SENIORS. . . . . .. 26 - 57 _ UNDERULASSES .. 58 - 75 _ ORGANIZATIONS.. 76 - 97 _ SPORTS ........ 98-119 _ FEATURES ..

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Finally it has come-Graduation-after four hopeful years of diligent study, trying times, pleasant memo.ries.- Commencement- the prelude to our future life.- What will it be?- the cap and gcwn- breadwinner and homemaker- or the khaki and the gun?- Right now we are perplexed, undecided. - But of this we are sure. Chaminade has taught us to be "Men of Christ." - This, our aim, no matter the course.

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Working zealously in an effort to germinate in young Catholic manhood the seed of true Christianity, Bishop Alter taught his charges the spiritual responsibility which the CathoEc man of today must accept. Our Bishop has set an example which accurately charts and directs our course of living toward heavenly channels. His peerless guidance has left in us an enduring impression which cannot fail to find its way into our future. We express our deep apprec:ation for his fatherly solicitude, his personal interest in our beloved alma mater and his continued support of all our undertakings. May Almighty God grant him richest blessings and strength to carryon. his struggle against the onslaughts of modern evil.

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Our Spiritual Leaders

When the Brothers first began to teach at Chaminade in 1927, Reverend Francis Joseph Bredestage was Superintendent of Schools of the Archdioce!Oe of Cincinnati.

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Father Edward A. Connaughton was appointed superintendent of Parochial Schools in the Dayton area in September of 1949. Previously the Dayton schools were under the auspices of the superintendent of Cincinnati. Due to the increasing enrollment of students, the Dayton addition was created to serve the Dayton area and the northern part of the s~ate. Before taking office here, Father served as assistant superintendent at Stubenville, taught at Elder High School and Teachers College of the Athenaeum of Ohio.

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Religion is the core of Catholic Education. Chatherefore, offers its students ample opportunities both to learn their religion and to practice it. With the essential Truths of our Catholic Faith explained and the practical application of the virtues and teachings of Chr:st imparted, the students of Chaminade receive a true education. Daily, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is offered in the school chapel; Confessions are heard both before and after classes; Benediction is also held and prayers for special intentions are frequently said. This year the recitation of the Litany of the Blessed Virgin every Friday morning by the entire m~.nade,

student body augmented the school 's religion exercises. The coordination of these religious activities is smoothly handled by Chaminade's C.S.M.C. Among the various activities sponsored by the C.S .M.C. was the Holy Year Pilgrim'ige. On the feast of Christ the King over 400 students took part in this demonstration of faith. Beginning at Emmanuel 's Church, the students moved on to Sacred Heart, then to Holy Trinity. The pilgrimage then proceeded to St. Joseph's Church where it was solemnly concluded with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.

G. Zwisler, D. Ferdelman, T. Egan, A. Krystofik and J. Kurz receive gold pin.

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Having comple'ted the first step of the Holy Year Pilgrimage, the students leave Emanuel's Church.

The Pilgrimage approaches Sacred Heart Church.

Chaminade sodalists assemble in the chapel to pay tribute to the Blessed Virgin by furthering their consecration to her.

William Joseph Chaminade , Father William Joseph Chaminade, exiled to Spain by the post-revolutionary forces in France, was inspired by the august Virgin at Saragossa with her plan of the apostolate. He returned to France and founded a religious society of men, the Marianists, to combat modern errors by providing to the world a spectacle of Catholic leadership_

The Marianist hands about the globe symbolize their world-wide mission. They have establishments throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa, Hawaii, Puerto Rico , and the Far East.

•• THE SOCIETY OF MARY We, the graduates of 1952, respectfully dedicate our annual to the Society of Mary for their twenty-five years of faithful and unselfish service at Chaminade High. "To oppose a powerful barrier .to the torrent of modern evil, heaven inspired me to renew and rekindle everywhere the divine torch of faith by p.resenting on all sides to the astonished world, imposing masses of Catholic Christians of all ages and every walk of life." With these words of Father Chaminade in

mind, the Society of Mary founded Chaminade High School twenty-five years ago. Since then they have continued to carry out his wishes of multiplying Christians. Under the guidance of Mary, the Marianist Priests and Brothers have striven to educate our Christian youth in :>oul, mind, and body. They have worked tirelessly to mold them into true sons of Mary, and examples to those in the world about them.

The major superiors of the Cincinnati Province of the Society of Mary, V. Rev. John A, Elbert,' Provincial, and Rev. Brother Paul A. Sibbing~Ihspector of Schools.

Very Rev. Sylvester Joseph Juergens, Superior General of the Society of Mary.

In order for us to be successful Apostles, we must be trained as leaders in the various professional fields. Such leadership cannot come about without proper guidance. Herein lies the mission of the Society of Mary- the training of future leaders-leaders that will bring others to Christ through Mary. This training has been accomplished by the work of Mary's hands- Marianist hands- all equally devoted to Mary's service. The hands of the Marianist Priest- ministering to his fel -

low brothers and to the people of the world. The hands of the Marianist Teaching Brother - forming other sons of Mary among the youth of the world. The hands of the Marianist Working Brother-路offering the fruits of labor for the success of the priests and teachers. We can never hope to repay fully the great debt which we owe these men of Mary. But we can show our gratitude to them and to M~try by living up to the ideals which they have 路taught us.

Bro. George Mukits, S.M.

For the past twenty-five years, Brother George Mukits, a Marianist Working Brother, has led a life of work and prayer for the love of Mary Immaculate. He has offered all his work for the success of the apostolate of the Marianists. We s:ncerely congratulate Brother George on the celebration of his Silver Jubilee, and extend heart-felt wishes that he may enjoy many more years of fruitful service in the family of Mary.

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Marianist Teamwork: the Priest, the Teaching Brother, the Working Brother. Brother George Mukits checks construction plans with two engineers.

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Performing the works of the ministry among his fellow brothers and among the students, the Marianist Priest plays a tremendously important par tin Mary's work. As we go throughout life we shall find that the teachings of the Marianist Priest are far more important than anything else we could ever learn in-life.

On the shoulders 0 f the Marianist Teaching Brother rests the responsibility of educating the students in the profession they wish to follow. This training is not only for success .in this world, but also , and of greater significance, for success in obtaining happiness in the next.

A more contemplative life is led by the Marianist Working Brother than by the Priest or the Teaching Brother. The fruits of their labor are offered for the succe,s of the priests and teachers. Their day is spent in work and prayer to Mary Immaculate for the salvation of mankind.

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Moulders of menbuilders of character. These traits are symbolic of the Brothers and Priests in the Society of Mary. Through their enduring efforts, the realization of a new Chaminade has finally materialized into a dream come true. In the last quarter century, they have imparted into the minds of thousands of Chaminade graduates the principles of a Christian of life for the honor of our august Mother. These ideals will serve as a firm foundation toward a better world.

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1952 IS

Progress Through 1927' Progress - the result of man's dis路 satisfaction with his surroundings - ever striving to hetter his environment and way of living looking into the future - hastening his strides toward an ultra路路 modern civilization. Progress in all fields: industry, transportation, agriculture, and what made these possible, education. - Progress through Education , the goal of to instill in the Chaminade minds of its graduates Christian ideals to impart into the various aspects of modern culture.

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Education

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The advancement of the times is here truly characterized by the difference in car, clothes, and hair styles" These notable variations are paralleled by the change in methods of education employed at Chaminade to forge future citizens of America"

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Marianist

Matthew G. Betz S.M. For the past four years, our principal, Bro. Matthew, has unselfishly devoted all his time to the progress of Catholic education. He has, with the able assistance of the other members of the faculty, endeavored to develop in the student body Christian standards of living. It is only through his inspiring leadership that the beautiful new building now in use by the students has been made possible. In the years to come we shall remember Brother Matthew Betz, not only as our principal and educator, but also as a true friend and guide throughout our years at Chaminade.

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Thomas Seebold, S.M . First Principal of Chaminade 1927 - 1929

Educators

Charles Eckhardt, S. M. B~o . Charles has earned for himself a lasting niche in the hearts and minds of the student body. His ready wit and humor coupled with his strict but not overbearing discipline have made him a very well-liked figure here at Chaminade.

Rev. James Darby, S.M. Providing spiritual guidance for the student body, Father Darby played an extremely important part in our Catholic education. As an instructor of religion and overall moderator of the C.S.M.C., he provided us with a firm spiritual foundation for our future lives.

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Alfred G. Beigel, S.M. Treasurer World History

Oscar F. Arnold, S.M. Cafeteria

Charles A walt, S.M. Religion I W orId History English I C.S.M.C. Moderator Scrap Drive

Charles T. Bergedick, S.M. Religion I Latin I Orientation Eagle Moderator C.S.M.C. Moderator

Our Faculty ... Friends, Advisors,

Mr. Donahue elucidates maleVolent consequences of inhaling tobacco.

John Bertone, S.M. Maintenance

Anthony B. Bishop, S.M. Algebra I , II Driver Education

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John A. Blank, S.M. Religion III English III Marianist Drive C.S.M.C . Moderator

Rev. Robert E . Brown Librarian Library Staff C.S.M.C. Moderator

Mr. William G. Donahue Biology Junior Prom

Mr. George M. Early Civics Sociology Student Placement Alumni Secretary

Counselors

Bro . Trageser and two band members admire Christmas Crib.

Mr. Gerard A . Faust Mechanical Drawing Mathematics IV Football Coach

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Edward Fick, S.M. English I Ticket Manager

John P . Flynn, S.M. Physics Senior Counselor Mathematics Club National Honor Society

John F. Hall, S.M. Typing Stamp Drive

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Louis A. Hettich, S.M. German I Geometry

Bro. Landolfi and Bro. Sturm recollect highlights of eventful Cleveland C.S.M.C. trip.

Mr. Emerson Horner Business Law

Robert Hughes, S.M. Religion I Religion II

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Joseph F. Janning, S.M. English IV Trigonometry Publicity

Albert

J. Kozar, S.M.

Religion II, IV English III Eagle Moderator C.S.M.C. Moderator

Paul J. Landolfi, S.M.

John F . LaFaso, S.M.

Latin I, II Red Cross Bowling Moderator Scrap Drive

English II Religion II World History Band

George J . McKenzie, S.M.

Mr. Edward Marrinan World History

Religion III, IV English III, IV Public Speaking Dramatics

Anthony

J. Deinlein, S.M.

Marianist Magazine

Emil Morgana, S.M.

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Herman B. Lambers, S.M.

Algebra I Applied Math III Business Math IV Shop Math IV Driver Education

Maintenance Director

The tables are turned!

Mr. Edward Regan Economics American History Reserve Football Coach

Anthony L . Sa!ete1, S.M . German II III Bookstore Reli~ion

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William A. Schmitt, S.M. Chemistry Algebra II Locks and Lockers

Bro. Janning points out valuable data to Mr. Marrinan.

Bro. Wuco and Bro . Saletel on their way to class.

Andrew Schratz, S.M. Stamp Drive

Rev. Aloysius ]. Seitz Latin II, III, IV Junior Counselor C.S .M.C. Moderator

John ]. Schreiber, S.M. Religion II Spanish I, II Driver Education Scrap Drive Faculty Choir

Henry Setter, S.M. R eligion I English I Booster Club

Stephen Sheehy, S.M. Bookkeeping I, II A thletic Director Alumni Association Moderator

Mr. John Spezzaferro Health World History Basketball Coach Assistant Football Coach

Norbert A. Sturm, S.M. English II Student Council Moderator Sophomore Counselor Speech Club Moderator C.S.M.C. Moderator

Joseph A. Trageser, S.M. Religion II Geometry Band Director Glee Club C.S .M.C. Moderator

Miss Agnes Mahle Secretary

Brothers practice Gregorian Chant.

Raymond D. Wuco, S.M. Algebra General Camera Servers

I Math I Club Club

Sacristan

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"What does the future hold for me?" This question in on the lips of every senior. He must find his way in a world of international chaos and unrest,. . a world threatened by a dreaded third world war. In contrast to this, the senior of 1927 looked forward to graduating into some field of business. The graduates of today face the future with a grim determination to build a better world. Fortified with their Christian education these "Men of Chaminade" will work to succeed where their predecessors have failed.

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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS

JAMES OMLOR Vice President

PAUL HORN President

WILLIAM EISENHAUER Secretary 28

Selected by their fellow classmates as their leaders, the senior class officers of the 1952 graduating class performed their duties with outstanding achievement. Soliciting the cooperation of their fellow students and school faculty they rewarded the trust placed in them by establishing an enviable record of leadership and accomplishment that will long endure in the traditions of Chaminade High School.

DONALD WELLMEIER Treasurer

Ambrose, George F. Honor Roll 1; Bowling 3; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3 ; Intramurals 3,4; Band 1; Glee Club 3, 4; Variety Show.

Anticoli, Leo J. Projector Club 1; Servers, 1, 2.

Arber, Alan W. Honor Roll 1; C.S.M.C. 1.

Aufuldish, Robert E.

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"Aufee" Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 3; C.S.M.e. 2, 3, 4.

GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952 Baber, Jack G. "Punch" Class Officer 1, 2; Basketball 1; Bowling 1, 2; Servers 1; Cafeteria Squad 1, 2; C.S.M.C 1, 2, 3, 4; Building Fund Committee 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2; 3, 4; Band 1, 2., 3; Glee Club 4.

'B allman, Marvin A. "Shotgun"

Balsom, Michael

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"Mike" Perfect Attendance 4; National Honor S:>ciety 4; Math Club 4; Annual Staff 4 ; Bowling 4; Cafeteria Squad 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Spirit Club 4.

Barlow, Albert G. "Big AI" Perfect Attendance 2; Class Officer 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; BasketbJl1 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; National Athletic Honor Society 2.

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Bataille, Raymond ].

Batsche, Robert E.

Beck, John R.

"Big Ray" Honor Roll 3; Perfect Attendance 1, 3, 4.

"Scratch" Perf ect Attendance 1, 2 ; Booster Club 1, 2; Cafeteria Squad 1, 2; C.S.M.C 1, 2, 3, 4; Building Fund Committee 1, 2; Inlramurals 1, 2, 4.

"Doc" Perfect Attendance 2, 4; Cla~s Officer 4; Math Club 3, 4; Bowling 1; Library Staff 4; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4.

Bedrowsky, Donald

J.

"Don" Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4.

"The Mad Hatters."

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Beery, Jack

Bellert, John P.

Booster Club 1, 2; Library Staff 1, 2; C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2;. Annu.:.l Staff.

Perfect Attendance 1, 2,3,4; Chaminade News 1 ; Bowling 1,2 , 3,4 ; Cafeteria Squad 1; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Glee Club 4.

Berardi, Frank D. Perfect Attendance 2, 4.

Bettinger, Robert W. "Bob" Perfect Attendance 3, 4; Booster Club 2; Intramurals 1,4; Variety Show.

Blincoe, Richard A. "Louie" Honor Roll 1; Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4; C.S.M.C. 3, 4; Band 1, 2.

Bohman, Kenneth G. "Rugged" Cafeteria Squad 1; murals 1, 2, 3, 4.

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Bramlage, Thomas L. "Tom" Perfect Attendance 2, 4; Booster Club 2; Cafeteria Squad 2; C.S.M.C. 2; Building F und Committee 3; Intramurals 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4.

Breidenbach, Gerald R. "Birdy" Booster Club 1; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4.

GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952

Brinkman, Donald E . "Don"

Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; C.S.M.C. 1, 3, 4; Variety Show.

Brun., Fred

Bulko, Michael S.

Burger, Richard E.

Bowling 2, 3, 4; C.S.M.C. 1; Glee Club 3, 4.

"Buke" Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4.

"Dick" Perfect At t e n dan c e 4; C.S.M.C. 3 ; Glee Club 4.

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Burke, John E. "Burns"

Class Officer 4; Stl1.dent Council 2; Booster Club 1; Annual Staff 4'; Bowling 4; Library Staff 1, 2; Cafeteria Squad 1, 2; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3; Intramurals.1, 2, 3, 4.

Butz, R,aymond C. "Ray" Perfect Attendance 2; Bowling 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show.

Bysack, Frank J. "Francis" Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Squad 2; C.S.M .C. 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3.

Chapin, Charles E . "Chuck" Cla~s Officer 1; Projector Club 1; Bowling 1.

GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952

Ciani, Samuel N. "Sambo" Class Officer 3 ; Student Council 2; Cafeterial Squad 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

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Clark, Patrick

J.

"Pat"

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; C.S.M.C. 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4.

Cochran, Gerald J. 'Jerry" Booster Club 2; C.S .M.C 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Variety Show.

Connell, Robert P. "Foot" Student Council 3; Booster Club 2; Cafeteria Squad 1, 2; C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4; Intra路 murals I, 2, 3, 4.

Cramer, Robert E. "Bob" Perfect Attendance 1; Booster Club 1; C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4.

DeRoze, Donald G.

Crompton, Eugene

Daugherty, Thomas C.

"Gene"

"Tom"

"Don"

Perfect Attendance 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

Honor Roll 3; Perfect Attendance 3; Class Officer 4; Tennis '1, 2; Bowling 2, 3; C.S .M.C. 1; Intramurals 1,

Honor Roll 4; Perfect Attendance 4.

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"Hope my picture is up there next year."

Dierkers, Edward A. "Eddy" Class Officer 2; C.S.M.C. 1, 3.

Dix, Richard A. "Dick" C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

Dohner, David L.

Dunnigan, Richard T.

"Dave"

"Tom"

Perfect Attendance 4; Football 1; Cafeteria Squad 2; C.S.M.C. 1, 3; Intramurals

Perfect Attendance 2, 4; C.S.M.C. 1; Intramurals 1.

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Eisenhauer, William J .

Egan, Tod E. "Tod" Honor Roll 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Class OffIcer 2; Chaminade News 2; Annual Staff, Religious Editor; Library Staff 2; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3,4; Band 2, 3.

"Bill" Class Officer 2, 3, 4;路 Senior Class OffIcer, Secretary; Student Council 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Football 2, 3, 4; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2.

Esser, Edmund

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Fahenstock, Donald L .

"Ed" Class OffIcer 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1; Junior Prom Committee 3; Chaminade News 2 ; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Public Address System 1, 2, 3.

"Don" Perfect Attendance 4; Annual Staff; C.S.M .C. 2, 3.

GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952

Farm, Manley G. "Buzz" Bowling 1, 2; C .S.M.C. 1, 2, 3; Building Fund Committee 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Cboir 1.

Fecke, Joseph W. "Joe" Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Math Club 3; C.S.M.C . 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Variety Show.

Federspiel, Walter B. "Feed" Perfect Attendance, 3, 4; C.S.M.C. 1, 2; Intramurals 2,4.

Ferdelman, Donald C. "Don" Perfect Attendance 4; Math Club 3, 4; Booster Club 2, 3 ; Library Staff 3; C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4.

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Fiely, Richard E. "Dick" Booster Club 1; Chaminade News 1, 2; Servers 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Staff 1, 2; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Building; Fund Committee 2; Band 2, 3; Glee Club 2; Variety Show.

Fleishman, James C. "Jim" Footb:t11 2; Projector Club 1; C.S.M.C. 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2,3,4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Varietv Show.

Fox, Joseph C. "Foxie" Library Staff 2; C.S.M.C. 1, 2,3,4; Intramurals 1, 2,3,4.

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Fox, Kenneth G. "Ken"

C.M.S.C . 1.

Architects Ciani, Luehrs, Riancho and Spirk critICIze plans for new b'lildin".

Franklin, Ronald "Frankie"

Fromholt, John J. "John L." Perfect Attendance 1, 3, 4; Cl3.ss Officer 1, 2; C.S .M.C. 2; Varietv Show.

Furderer, Jack E . "Jackie" Footb:lII 1, 2, 3; Bas),clbaII 1, 2.

Geiger, David L. "Hose-Nose" Math Club 4; Projector Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff; Library Staff 1, 2; Cafeteri:l. Squad 1, 2; C.S.M .C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4.

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Glode, John B. "Jack" Perfect Attendance 1, 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; C.M .S.C.

Gohmann, Bruce

J.

"Small Bruce" Golf 3, 4; Cafeteria Squad 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

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Griffin, Tom R.

Grillot, David V.

"Griff" Class Officer 4; Football 2; Basketball 1, 2; C.S.M.C. 2, 3,4; Intramurals 3, 4.

"Dave" Football 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Variety Show.

"I'd give you a bite, Mike, but . . . ah . you know how it is."

Haas. Thomas

J.

"Tom"

Football 3; Cafeteria Squad 1, 2; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4.

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Haines, Paul A.

Haley, Joseph M.

Harker, Thomas R.

"Red" Perfect Attendance 4; Math Club 4; Bowling 3; C.S.M.C. 1, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show.

"Joel)

"Hark"

Honor Roll 2; Intramurals 3, 4; Golf 4; Glee Club 2; Bowling 2 ; Chaminade News 2; Math Club 4; Annual 4.

Harlett, Robert L.

Harman, Thomas L.

Harris, Donald

"Bcb" Attendance

"Tom" Perfect Attendance 4; Inlramurals 4.

Hartfe1der, Joseph C.

"Don" Honor Roll 3; Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; C.S.M.C.

"Red" Honor Roll 2; Booster Club 2, 3 ; C.S .M.C. 3, 4; Glee Club ' 2; Variety Show.

Perfect C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4.

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GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952 Hausfeld, Eugene E. "Porky" Perfect Attendance 3, National Honor Society 3 , 4; Class Officer 4; Senior Class Officer; Student Council 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3.

Head, Edward D. "Ed" Honor Roll 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4 ; Class Officer 1; Chaminade News 2 ; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2. 3: Variety Show.

Hecker, Eugene L. "Gene" C.S.M .C. 4.

Heeter, George F. "Geo" Honor Roll 3; Perfect Attendance 4; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2.

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Heindl, Jerome E.

Heindl, Donald B. "Aesop" A thletic Manager 1.

"J erry" Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

Hemmert, Michael

J.

"Mike" Cafeteria Squad 1; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 4.

Heyl, John N. "J ohn ny" Roll 3; Pe rfect Attendance 2,3 ,4; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Building Fund Co mmittee 4. Hon~r

Stephens, Heindl, Walker and Muellner enjoy the morning sun.

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Hilgeford, Donald L .

Hilgeman, Charles R.

Hoelscher, Louis H.

Hoff, W illiam S.

"Hink" Perfect Attendance 1; Bowling 1, 2; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

"Budd" Honor R oll 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; CIa, s Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3 ; Football 1 i C a f e t e ria S qua d 1, 2; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2.

"Louie" Bowling 3; Cafet eria Squad 1, 2; C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2.

"Bill" Perfect Attendance 1; Basketball 1; Chaminade News 1, 2; Bow lin g 2, 3, 4; C.S.M .C. 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2.

Horn, Paul, W. "Pooch" Class Officer 4; Seni:Jr Class Officer, Pres.; Football 2, 3, 4; C.S.M.C. 4; Intramurals 4.

Horwath, Larry C. "Larry" Booster 1; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Building Fund Committee 2; Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4.

Hosbrook, Garold C. "Bulldog" Honor Roll 2; Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; C.S.M.C. 3, 4.

Hunke!er, Leo J. "Hunk"

GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952 Hussong, John F.

Jaspers, Glenn ].

Jeckering, Robert C.

Johnson, Jerome E .

"Jock" Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Chaminade News 2; Ann u a 1St a f f; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Variety Show; School Correspondent 4.

"Jass"

"Bob" Perfect Attendance 2, 4; Math Club 4; Bowling 1, 2, 3 ; C.S.M.C. 1; Band 1, 2.

"Jerry" Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Band 2.

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Joseph, Alan B. "Bambi" Perfect Attendance 2, 4; C.S.M.C . 1, 2, 3; 路Glee Club 1, 2; Variety Show.

Kaiser, Richard W . . "Dick" Perfect Attendance 3; Class Officer 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Football 2, 3; Band 1.

Kaiser, Robert J. "Bob" Perfect Attendance 3; Football 2, 3; Intramurals 4 ; Baml. 1.

Keehn, Daniel G. "Dan"

Basketball 3; C.S.M.C. 2, 3; Intramurals 2, 3; Glee Club 3.

GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952

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Keyes, Karl A.

Kincade, John R.

Kindle, Thomas W.

Kleckner, Robert A.

"Sonny" Bowling 4; C.S .M.C. 2, 3; Intramurals 3.

"Jack" Booster Club 2, 3; C.S.M .C. 2; Intramurals 1, 4.

"Tom" Projector Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 1; C.S.M.e. 1, 2; Band 1, 2.

"Bob" Honor Holl 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; C.S.M.C. 3, 4.

Kinsley, Andrew W.

Knopp, John W.

"Andy"

"Bill" Booster Club 1; Projeclor Club 1, 2; C.S.M .C. 3; Inl r:tmurals 1, 2, 3; Che~r Leader

C.S .M.C. 3, 4.

Knoth, Robert A. "Bob" Perfect Attendance 3, 4.

Koenig, Clifford A. "Cliff" Class Officer 2, 3; Foolball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3,4.

3,4.

10:15 traffic jam!

Krimm, Richard "Dick"

J.

Krystofik, Anthony J.

Kunk, Elmer B.

Kuntz, Kenneth J.

"Kris"

"Elm" Perfect Attendance 3, 4; Intram urals 4.

"Kenny" Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 4; C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Variety Show 2; Band Officer 4.

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; N:ttional Honor Sociely 3, 4; Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Basketball 1, 2; Math Club 4; Chaminadc News 2; Annual 路Staff 4; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intr:tmurals 3, 4.

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Kurz, James A.

Lafferty, James A.

Lally, Robert M.

LaPorte, Harry D.

"Jinl"

"Jim" Honor Roll 2; Nat ion a I Honor Society 3 , 4; Class Officer 3; Student Council 3, 4; Junior Prom Comm i ttee; Basketball 1; Annual Staff ; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; 1lltramurals 2, 3, 4.

"Bob" Perfect Atlendance 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; C.S.M.C .

"Tim"

Honor R oll 1, 2, 3, 4; N~足 tional Honor Society .1 , 4; Math Club 3, 4; Bowling 2; C.S .M.e. 1, 2, 3, 4; 1ntramurals 1, 2; B~nd 1,2, 3; Annual Staff.

1, 3, 4.

GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952

LaVielle, James M. "Rod" Class Officer 3; Junior Prom Committee; Projector Club 2 ; Annual Staff; Bowling 1, 2, 3; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; 1ntramurals 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Spirit Club 4.

Lawler, James B. "Jim" Perfect Attendance 4; Class Officer 1, 4; Football 2; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; 1ntramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show.

LeBoeuf, Robert A. "Bob" P erfect Attendance 4; Golf 4; Bowling 4; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4.

Lefeld, Richard L. "Punch" Perfect Attendance 2, 4; 1ntramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

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Lensch, Richard A .

Loeber, Robert L.

Loges, Ed G.

Luehrs, Larry L .

"Dick" Perfect Attendance 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4.

"Bob" Honor Roll 4; Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; Chaminade News 2; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Variety Show.

"Spider" Honor Roll 1, 2; Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Bowling 4; C.S.M .C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Variety Show.

"Lar" Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 1; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Building Fund Committee 1, 2; Intramurals,

Maliro, Bataille and Berardi take a little snack between classes.

"HARUMPH!" Mr. Early gives Geiger double whammy.

Lukaswitz, William F. "Luke" Bowling 1; Cafeteria Squad 1 ; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4.

Luther, Donald

J.

"Den" Boaster Club 2, 3; Servers 2; C a f e t e r i 'a S qua d 1, 2; C.S.M,C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show.

Lynch, James W.

McAvoy, Jerry H.

"Homo"

"Mac" Class Officer 4; Booster Club 1, 2; Annual Staff; C.S.M,C. 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Shaw.

Bowling 1, 2; C.S.M,C, 1, 2, 3,4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1.

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McGarry, Michael F . "Mike" Perfect A t ten dan c e 1, C.S .M.C . 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Band Concert 3.

McGarvey, Jerry T.

McIlvain, Robert L.

"Mac"

"Mac"

Honor Roll 3; Booster Club 2 ; Cafeteria Squad 1, 2; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4.

Perfect Attendance. 1, 2, 4; C.S.M.C. 2, 3; Intramurals 3.

McLain , Frank M. "Frankie" Honor Roll 1, 2; Perfect Attendance 1, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Math Club 4; Annual Staff; C.S.M.C. 3, 4; Glee Club 2,. 3, 4.

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"Over the top by $700." Spatz congratulates six hi g h est sellers in ad drive.

McLaughlin, Charles E. "Chuck" C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Building Fund .Committee 2, 3, 4.

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McLaughlin, Philip

Mahle, Bernard V. '.'Bernie" Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 1, 3, 4 ; National Honor Society, 3, 4; Student Council 4; C.S.M.e. 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show.

Mahlmeister, Thomas G. "Percy" Perfect Attendance 2, 3, 4.

Makley, Roger J. Football 2; Booster Club 1; Library Staff 1; Cafeteria Squad; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 4; Annual Staff.

Mangan, Jerome C.

Marks, Richard J.

"Jerry"

"Dick" Bowling 2, 3, 4; C.S.M.C.

Bowling 4.

1. 3, 4.

Marsico, Leonard J. "Custom" Perfect Attendance 1, 3, 4; C.S.M.C. 1, 3.

GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952

Mauch, James R. "Jim" Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff; Bowling 1, 2, 3; C.S.M.C. 1, 3, 4; Intramurals 4.

Mauro, Joseph "Joe" Building Fund Committee 1; Intramurals 2.

Mauro, Peter J. "Punchy" Perfect Attendance 2; Student C, uncil 2; Bowling 2; C.S.M.C. 2; Building Fund Committee 1, 2; Jntramurals 1, 2.

Melia, Robert A. "Blacky" Perfect A t ten dan c e 1; C.S.M.C. 1, 2; Building Fund Committee 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 4.

Meyers, Joseph C.

Michel, Jerry S.

Miller, Marvin A.

"Joe" Perfect Attenda nce 1, 2; C.S. M.C. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1,

"Butch" Class OfTIcer 3; Junior Prom Committee; Projector Club 1 ; Bowling 2; C.S .M.C . 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2.

"Archie" Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Offlcer 1, Cafete ria Squad 1, 2; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3 ; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Variety Show; Cheerleaders 4; Y.C .S. 1.

2, 3, 4.

Miller, William H . "Bill" Servers 2; C.S.M.C . 2, 3.

"WE use PEPSODENT."

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Monaghan, John P .

Monnin, Carl R .

Monnin, Ronald L.

"Wrenty" Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; C.S.M.C. 1; Building Fund Committee 1.

"'Moonshine" Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; C.S.M.C. 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Variety Show.

"Curly" Perfect Attendance 1; Bowling 3; C.S.M.e. 1.

Muth, Eugene P. "Gene"

Perfect Attendance; murals I , 2; Band 1.

Intra-

Niedermeyer, Raymond L. "Ray" Perfect Attendance 1, 3.

Niekamp, Richard E. "Whitey" Perfect Attendance 3, 4; Projector Club 2; Service 1, 2; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show ; Treasure Chest, Salesman.

N oll, Leo J. "Lee" Class Officer 3, 4; Student Council 4; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; C.S.M .C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

Nurrenbrock, James E. "Jim" Perfect Attendance 3, 4; Glee Club 2.

GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952 O'Bryan, Peter C., Jr. "Pedro" Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Perfect路 Attendance 1, 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 2, 3; Annual Staff; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4.

O'Meara, Thomas G. "Demo" Perfect Attendance 3; M.C. 2,3.

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Omlor, James H.

O'Reilly, James M.

"Jim" Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee ; Basketball 1, 2 ; C.S.M.C. 1, 2 ; Intramurals 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show.

"Jim" Honor Roll 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

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Ostendorf, Ned B. "Yodaai"" Perfect Attendance 4; Class Offic~r 3, 4; Chaminade News 2; Annual Staff ; C.S.M.C. 3; Intramurals 1. '2, 4. Paton, Robert J. ' ''Boby'' Perfect Attendance 1; Cafeteria Squad 3; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3,4.

Pett, David F . "Peewee" Class Officer 1; Golf 4; Bowling 1; Library Staff 1; Cafeteria Squad 1; C.S.M.C . 1, 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 3. 4. Phillips, Denton W. "Phil" Math Club 4; Bowling 2, 4; C.S.M.C. 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3,4; Glee Club '2,3, 4; Variety Show 2.

GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952 Pohl, Donald F. "Don" Perfect Attendance 2, 4; Bowling 4; C.S:M .C. 3, 4.

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Pytosh, Andrew E. "Pye" Bowling 1; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4.

Reichert, Thomas J. "Cricket" Perfect Attendance 1,2; Football 1, 2; C.S.M .C. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1; Variety Show.

Retter, Raymond J. "Jerr" Perfect Attendance 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4.

Rhein, Jel'ry

Riancho, Ralph G.

Russell, John F.

Sage, William C.

"Pancho"

"Lightning" Booster Club 2; Bowling 3; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4.

"Willie" Bowling 3, 4; C.S .M.C. 1, 2, 3; Tennis 4.

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" ... and stay out 1"

Sander, William J. Honor Roll 3, 4; Class Officer 1, 2, 4; Football, Manager 2, 3, 4; Basketball, Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show, Photography Club 1; Junior Achievement 3, 4.

Scarpelli, Albert A.

Schaefer, John L.

Schenking, William B.

"Pasquale" Perfect Attendance 1, 2; Class Officer 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 1,_ 2, 3, 4; C.S.M.C

"Jack" Perfect Attendance 2, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; C.S.M.C. 1, 3, 4.

"Bi:II" Perfect Attendance 2, 3; Football, Manager 2, 3; Basketball, Manager 2; Projector Club 1; Glee Club 2, 3; Variety Show.

1, 2.

Schierloh, Donald L. "Sam"

Perfect Attendance 1, '2,3,4; Bowling 3; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3 .

Schirack, William J. "Willie" Perfect Attendance 3, 4; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; C.S.M.C . 1; Intramurals 4; Glee Club 2; Speech Contest 1, 2, 4; Essay Contest 3.

Schlegel, Donald L. "Big Don" Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Bowling 4.

Schubert, James R. "Jamie" Perfect Attendance 4; C.S.M.C. 3.

GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952

Schulz, William G. "Admiral" Projector Club 1, 2; Annual Staff 4; Library Staff 1, 2; Cafeteria Squad 1, 2; C.S. M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4. Shanesy, James G. "Jim" Perfect Attendance 1, 2; C.S. M.C.1.

Sills, Frederick L . "Fred" Perfect Attendance 3; Bowlling 2, 3; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4. Smith, Robert H. "Smitty" Class Officer 4; Annual Staff 4; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

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Sommer, William A.

Spatz, Lawrence A.

Speller, Robert L.

Spirk, John S.

"Bill" Perfect Attendance 1, 2,3, 4; Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Football 1,2,3 , 4; Cafeteria Squad 1, 2; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.C.S. 1, 2.

"Larry" Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Football 1, 2,3; Annual Staff 4; C.S .M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show; Band Concert 1, 2.

"Bob" National Honor Society 3, 4; Projector Club 1, 2; Dramatics 1.

"Squirt" Class Officer 3; Junior Prom Committee; Basketball 1 ; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4.

"What's the use? I'll never use it."

Sprauer, Charles W.

Stack, Robert E.

Staub, Bernard A.

Steineman, Donald T.

"Charlie" Honor Roll 3; Perfect Attendance 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2,

"Bob" Bowling 3, 4; Cafeteria Squad 1, 2; C.S.M .C. 1, 2, 3; Band 1; Glee . Club 2; Choir; Basketball, Manager 1.

"Ben"

"Don" Bowling 1; C.S.M .C. 2, 3, 4; Building Fund Committee 1; Intramurals 2, 3, 4.

3, 4.

Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 2, 3, 4 ; Annual Staff ; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; C.S.M.C. 1, ~, 3, 4; Building Fu~d Committee 2; Intramurals 4; Variety Show.

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Stephans, Fred W.

Strady, William E.

Streiff, John A.

Taylor, Donald L.

"Big Steve" Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 4.

"Albino" C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

"Red" Student Council 1; C.S.M.C. 1, 2.

"Don" Booster Club .1, 2; Cafeteria Squad 1; C.S .M.C. 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3,4.

Thill, Donald C.

Tischer, Robert L.

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Thesing, William J.

Thill, Bernard A.

"Bill"

"Bernie"

Perfect Attendance 2; Class Officer 1; Projector Club 2; Chaminade News 2; Annual Staff; C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Spirit Club 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4.

Perfect Attendance 2, 3, 4; Bowling 1, 2; C.S .M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Organist 3, 4.

路"Teel" Bowling 1; C.S.M.C . 1, 2.

"Bob" Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Chaminade News 2; Bowling 1, 2,3,4; Intramurals 3.

Treon, Joseph E. "Jose" Honor Roll 2; Perfect Attendance 1, 4; Projector Club 1, 2; Bowling 1, 2, 3; C.S.M.C. 1, 3, 4; Intramurals 2; Band 2,3,4; Glee Club 4.

Tunney, Thomas A.

Volk, Helmut M.

Volk, Robert C.

Perfect Attendance 2, 4; Chaminade News 1; Bowling 1, 2, 3; C.S.M.C. 1., 2, 3, 4.

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; C.S.M.C. 2, 3, .4 : Band 2, 3.

"Bob" Perfect Attendance 1; Claos Officer 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2; C.S .M.C . 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 2. 3.

GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952

Vogelsang, Donald W.

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"Bubbles" Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4; Bowling 1, 2, 3; C.S .M .C. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4.

Walker, Richard J.

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"Big Dick" Honor Roll 1, Class Officer 1; Booster Club 2, 3, 4; C.S.M .C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4.

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Weaver, Gene R. "Doodles" Perfect Attendance 1; Football 2; Annual Staff; C.S.M.C. 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 4.

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Weizman, Raymond M.

Weller, Robert E.

Wellmcier, Donald A.

West, Guy P.

"Wimp" Perfect Attendance 3, 4; Booster Club 2, 3; Cafeteria Squad 1, 2; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 4.

"Bob" Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2.

"Don" Cla~s Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Officer; Chaminade News .2; Cafeteria Squad 1, 4; C.S.M .C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.C.S. 1.

"Pat" Perfect Attendance 1, 2; Servers 1; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4.

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Werner, Kenneth

Westendorf, Richard B.

Wittmann, Raymond G.

"Bud"

"Westy" Perfect Attendance 1, 4; Class Officer 1; Cafeteria Squad 1, 2; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1.

"Ray" Bowling 3; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3 ; Gle!! Club 3; Tennis 3, 4.

Wilz, Thomas

J.

"Tiny" Bowling 1, 2,3,4; C.S.M.C. 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.路

Wolf, Thomas H. "Mabel" Perfect Attendance 2, 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Bowling 2; Library Staff 2,.3; C.S.M.C. 2,3.

Wuellner, Raymond F. "Ray" Football 2; Booster Club 1; Library Staff 1; intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

Wuellner, Ronald E. "Ronnie" Perfect Attendance 3, 4; Library Staff 1; Cafeteria Squad 1.

Yox, Richard S. "Dick" Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Perfect Attendance 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Annual Staff; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4.

GRADUATING CLASS OF 1952

Zimmerman, Gerald P.

Zugelder, Donald E.

"Jug"

"Midget" Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Booolcr Club 1, 2; Cafeteria Squad 1-, 2; C.S.M.e. 1, 2, 3, 4.

Class Officer 4; FootblII 1, 2, 3, 4; e.S .M.C. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

Zwisler, Gerald "Jake"

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Perfect Attendance 1, 2 ; Booster Club 1,2, 3,4; Cafeteria Squad 1; C.SM.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Buliding Fund Commitlee 1: Variety Show 2.

Zwolski, Mitchell S. "Mitch" Perfect Attendance 3 ; Projector Club 1, 2, 3 ; Bowling 4; C.S .M.C. 2, 3, 4; Intl)l"murals 2, 3, 4.

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A victory in any field of endeavor depends upon the strength of the reserves. This can well be applied to the underclassmen. Without their cooperation and achievement, few of the goals of the class of 1952 would have been realized. Their unmatched school spirit and enthusiasm helped make a dream of 25 years come true - a new Chaminade. They have shown through their fine work as underclassmen that they will be ready to shoulder the responsibility and challenges that they will meet in years to come.

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Top Row: J. Schmid, J. Hunter, W. Bebout, J . Dayspring, R. L . Wolff, W. Rowe, P. Smith, W. Fisher, G. Rotterman, R. Kuntz, T. Jehn. Third Ro w : A. Hemstreet, R . Stackman, B. Westbrock, J. Reichard, J . Bakan, K. Davidson, M. Srpela, J. Burke, G. Quatman, C. Brown, J. Price, J. Shea, N. Cruze. Second Row: J. Dymond, W. Klenk, M. Gibbons (Treas.), R . Pfarrer (Sec.), D. Nealon (Pres.), J. Fader (V. Pres .), D. Meyer, J. Sacksteder, W. Penno . Front Row: G. Miller, R. Millard, P. Thesing, R. Blommel.

THE JUNIORS Top Row: R . Wolfe, R . Spatz, W. Hanlin, T. Rauchfleisch , R. Kress, D. Brandt, D. Fehrman, T . Kain, M. Hennessey, J. Beigel, J. Fairchild. Middle Ro w: T. G(lubeaux, R. Meyer, R. Werling, R. Poeppelmeier, P . Stein, R. Keyes, R . McCarthy, D. Harris, J . Weisman, R . Vonderheide, D. Suhr, R. Kavy, J. Ryan, J. Bramlage. Front Row: R. Minnick, T . DeBanto, R. Buechle, F . Rost (Treas.), J. Mazzotta (V. Pres.), D . Turner, G. Fella (Student Council), D . Fink, J. Cleary. Absent: R . Fitzpatrick (Pres.), J. O'Connor.

Top Row: F. Bonner, A. Fryling, J. Froehle, K. Davis, P. Doolin, J. Keyes, D. Scheper, R. Sturwold, P. Rodgers, B. Blommel, G. Faust . Middle ROH': P . Hook, E. Berger, N . Burgmeier, R. Ru ~ seIl, J. Brown, R. Huffman, N. Chapman, W. Sendelbach, R. Root, J. Stamen, L. Romer , D. Bollheimer. Front Row: A. Marquitz, A. Patko, C. Eisele (Treas.), R. Flaute (Sec.), D. Homewood (Pres.), S. Dawicke (V. Pres.), F. Gillotti (Student Council) , M . Schubert, T. Hopkins.

CLASS OF 1953 Inmates of Chamatraz-Block 3B. Four sets of twins. Brother Schmitt's Fan Club.

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Top Row: R . Krug, F. Fisher, R. Rosenberger, C. Bruns, R. Kraus, T. Heider, R. Krueper, R. Dresher, E. Cu ~ hen, B. McWilliams, T. Coleman. Middle Row: J. Wiles, J. Rieger, C. Estevez, L. Ulrich, D. Miller, R. Troy, D. Eilerman, C. Krull, R. Borgerding, J. Tarlano, T . Steger. Front Row: R. Mergy, J. Mantia, R. Staley (Student Council), J. Schmitz (Treas.), J. Furderer (Pres.), J. McCarthy (V. Pres.), W. Kappeler (Sec .), B. Jacobs, J . O'Neil.

CLASS OF 1953 . and next time use the back space." "What-cha mean! I taught Godfrey." It's easier to use nickels, boys.

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Top Row: J. Hu:;:hes, J. Spitzi:;:, W . Myers, J. Kaminski, R. Maurer, J. Mackey, R. Schroeder, D. Smith, P. Kennedy, W. Hieber, G. Schirmer. Middle Row: G. Spraley, H. Weiler, G. Zen:;:el, T. Bach, R. Hockaday, R. Bernin:;:, F. Hauer, D. Palmer, G. Kern, L. Mutchler, J. Tehan. Front Row: T. Mosley, R. Braun, R. Decker (Student Council), N. Yolk (Sec.), D. Dwyer (Pres.), G. Dakin (V. Pres.), R. Heck, G. Wissman, K. Lingg. Absent: T. Travis (Treas.) .

THE JUNIORS Top Row: J. Qui:;:ley, R. Ulrich, B. Deis, R. Bice, G. Cottman, J. Van ass, D. Barnwell, T. Schim!, A. Hausfeld, T. Ea:;:en. Middle Ro w: G. Sayer, C. Cordonner, J. Schmil, C. Monnin, E . Geis, J. Fecher, D. Goetz, D. Zimmerman. Front Row : J. Hamlin, E. Trzeciak, D. Pohl, J. Obrin:;:er (Treas), B. Klopf (Pres.), J. Kreusch (V. Pres.), P. Schommer (Student Council), J. Fecher, R. Decuir. Absent: C. Bramlage.

Top Row: T. Wcnzel, R. Caporal, J. Moon, R . Lohr, J . Gucnthcr, J. Hildcbrand, T. Vcrsic, J. Rryant, P. Ahlquist. J. Kraus , W. Cla rkc . Third Row: W. Stcngel, R. Truxel, R. Tischcr, E . Farkas, D. Elw orth. D. Hubcrt (Studcnt Cou ncil ), J. Gall, W. Powcrs, R. Stcincr, D. Burkhardt, R. Batschc, G. Wourms, R. Reboulet, J. Wenin:.:. Srrond Row: W . Schncblc, J. Gchrich, R. Trocin (Trcas.), D. Kelly (SCc.), P . Brcnncr (Prcs.), B. Mchall (V. Prcs.), H. Kcnncdy, J. Wolf, G. Sawaya. Frollt Row: D. Hickcy , L. Wcbcr, D. Bakcr, G. Kuntz, L. Ruff, C. Monnin.

THE SOPHOMORES Top Row: W . Trcon, W. WCl!crzyn, H. Valiqucttc, E . Hucsman, A. Wall, T. Sloan, C. Janninl!, C. Otto , R . Dorstcn , D ' ,Mcycrs, J. Wal!nel'. Third Row: J. Grcl!cr, J. Hclmi:.:, L. Rodcrcr, R . Luchrs (Trcas.), P. Byrne, D. Madcr, M. Laffcrty , T. Burke, D. Alll!ycr, D. Maschino, R. OSSCI!C, E. Bcrk, H. Schocnbcrl!cl'. Second Row: M. Powers, T. Eiscnhaucr, J. Drcrup, R. Brown (Studcnt Council), W. Brinkman (Prcs.), J. Ditzcl, J. Bir, J. Bonscr, J. Hockwalt. Front Row: H . Ammann, D. Wucrsll, J. Stanley.

Top Row: R. Payne, D. Hauer, R. Kubander, D . Housr, M. Laukhart, K. Shumard, J. Huelsman, J. Cable, V. Sipos, J. O'Donnell , R . Stine . Middle Row: E. Scarpelli, J. Clark, P. Wolf, J. McMillan, D. Schaa f, F. Fortkamp, D . Wuerstl , J. Moorman, R. Bandy, R. Arkenberg, D. Mahle, 1' . Ferdclm:m, T . Nartker, L. Pytel, P. Fisher, T. Schommer. Front Row: R . Hemker , A. Aman, M . Dugan, L. Michel (Sec .), J. Slater (Pres.), R. Payne (Treas.) , R. Goubcaux, G. Buschur, J. Lynch. Absent : T. Daly (V. Pres.), H. Rinehardt.

" .. and then the other moran says . . "

Geometry the easy way. " .. watchi ng T . V. doesn't affect my studies."

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Top Row: R. AliI(, S. Mikula, T. Pfeiffer, K. Goode, R. Hardin, B. Tepe, H. Haag, R. Johnston, R. Kerby, H. Wal(ner. Third Row: W . Thoma, J. Barhorst, 'T . Tidd, G. Shock, R . Shone, J. Allen, .T. Kappen, R. Ballman, B. Robbins, T. Keller, R. Heidenrich, H . Nielsen, D . Schrein, T. McDonald, J. McIntyre. Second Row: W. Staron, J. Brun, J. Walker, R. Bondurant, T. Agnew, E . Suhr, N . Manl(an, J. Burger, F. Hickerty. Front Row : G. Buddendeck, J. Dunnigan, J. McIlvan, R . Shutz, J. Blincoe, T. Murray, T . Bruggeman.

CLASS OF 1954 Prevaricators condemn p rocrastination. Dwyer plays Quizmaster in 2F. "I still say it's a cat!"

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Top Ro'i.l': L. Suttman , S. Buddendeck, J. Moore, D. Blatz, T. Tullis, L. Reich , R . McEldowney, R. Bu~se, D. Lemons, R. Menk. Middle Row: J. Veckers, P . Trzeciak, E. Zimmerman, R . Shuey, J. Leo, N . Monni~, L. Reinert, J. Berry , J. Hausfeld, G. Bernes, A. Deckeres, N . La Qualea, K. Zimmer, L. Buschur, R. Gibson. Front Row: P. Karl , R . Baumgardner, D. Jackowski (Student Council), J. O'Donnell (Sec.-Treas.), R. Dudley (Pres.), D. Zimmerman (V, Pres.), R. Hinders, N. Wissman, J. Cooper.

THE SOPHOMORES Top Row: O. Limbert, R. Goecke, T. Wolf, R . Fischer, J. Winhoven, J. Evers, R. Fecher, J. Van Schaik, T. Sollenberger, J. Tobe, B. Martin. Middle Row: J. Froning, D. Koehler, J. Ostopyak, R . West, R. Leonard, W. Patte r:;on, J . Dwyer, P . Haines, J. Sierschula, J. Vyxzenski, R. Rumple, A. Nicolai. Front Row: L. Schmidt, P . Alexander (Student Council), J. Davis (Sec.), D. Stein (V. Pres.), A. Gaccetta (Pres.), P. Banker (Treas.), E. Ca ul field, J. Demeter.

Top Row : N . Malone, J. Martin, J. Staffo rd , L. Carmody, D. Gebhardt, T. Jacques, E. Geisler, .T. Chorazewitz, J. Niekamp, J. Snow. Middle Ro w : W. Norris, E . Fischer, M. Mayer, R. Powell, R. Mercuri, R. Schulte, A. Berberich, P. Schneider, D. Lensch, C. Reid, J. Sipple. Front R ow : R. Good, G. Kramer, V. DeVanney (Treas.) , J, Corbett (V. Pres.), E. Soder (Pres.), T . Needham (Sec.), A. Jab linski, E. Kohr.

Fencing Class rehearses.

Waiting for St. Nick.

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Top Row: V. Shuey, P . Pietrzak, L. Kropf, D. Schamel, J. Scheiner, D. Placke, D. Schaeffer, P . Pazitney , J. Schons, D. Russell , M . Renner. Third Row : L. O'Neal, R. Ryan, R. Pierce, M. Royer, L. Ro,s, P . Smith, R. O'Reilly, C. Redman, D. Raiff, J. Smith, K. Smith, F. Pavelka, D. Smith, T. Sander. Second Row: M. Schuer, R. Soder, R. Rentz, D . Smith (Sec.), E. Ruf (Pres.), T. Sawyer (V. Pres.), J. Raiff (Student Council) , R . Scanlan, R. Renner. Front Row : D. Smith, L. Schirtzinger, J. Shea, R. Powell, E. Rosengarten.

FRESHMEN

CLASS OF 1955

Freshmen record honor students.

"Let's see, rendez\'ous ?-R .. 0 .. N .. D .. A .. V . . I .. E . . W .. "

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Top Row: J. Nellis, J. Lienesch, J. Krammer, D. Montgomery, T. Muth, T. Lang, T. Kreitzer, J. Michel, W. Koverman, P. Masten, L. Kunka. Third Row: R. Kronenberger, J. Myers, P. McEnroe, J . Murray, W. Kunka, R. Lawrence, J. Leingang, J. McCarthy, L. Loeber, R. Lee, R . Murphy, J. Lienesch , J. Neubauer, E . Koogler, R. Koesteks. Second Row: C. Kohr, D. Meyer, A. Rawidaman, J. Leitschuh, D. Monaghan, T. Loges, F. Allen, J. Neal, B. Krimm. Front Row: H . Klosterman, R. Miller, P . Mauro, C. McLaughlin.

CLASS OF 1955 Top Row: T . Kaminski, W . Jacobs, P. Fettig, F. Jones, J . Goldschmidt, W . Hutzel, O. Hohm , T. Henne,sey, W. Homan, W . Hathcock, G. Fehrman. Third Row: J. Kastle, P. Finke, T. Hackett, C. Fahrion, T. Kennedy, J. Glynn, R. Kammer, T. Greene, C. Holtman, M . Eifert, L. Farno, R. Froning, J. Kaiser. Second Row: J. Jasinski, A. King, M. Johnson (V. Pres.), P. Hagan (Pres.), J. Gillotti (Sec.)', L. Kavanaugh (Treas.), H. Gilbert, J. Dorsten, L. Goubeaux. Front Row: J . Haines, J. Girardot, S. Nolan, T. Doerfler.

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Top Row: W. Burger, J. Woolery, R. Burke, T. Bistrek, E. Blackwell, F. Conwell, R. Burgmcier, R . Benges, C. Bettinger, F. Browne, O. Berger. Third Row: L. Andrews, R. Cottman, J. Blake, J. Bramlage, G. Bahnsen, M. Behrer, J. Bohse, F. Blesi, T. Cunningham, T. Asztalos, C. Baker, R. Dennler, J. Wolf, R. Burris, F. Deis. Second Row: F. Detmer, M. Achbacli, D . DeBord, J. Davis (Sec.), R. Rush (Pres.), W. Chifala (V. Pres.), J. Dirckx, F. Aicher, W. Bramlage. Front Row: E . Bereda, R. Brodnick, B. Alig, E. Andrew. Absent: D. Daugherty, G. Davis.

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"You've got to start off each day with a song." Put him back in your pocket. "What 'II I do, wha-a 7"

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Top Ro w : G. Wehner, F . Wolfe, J. Tarl ano , T. Woodworth , C. Lobley, L. Walker, W. White, S. W rif!;ht, G. Sweetman , T. Stafford, G. Rohrer. Third Ro'w : D. Stelzer, E. Vincent, R. Hoy, R. Stalinski, N. Thobe; R. Steffen, F. Weinrich , T. E. Wittman, A. Trick, E. Fuchs, M . Brinkman, T. Roth, E. Trit,chler . Second R ow: A. Winkc1john, R . Zarka, T. Hikel (Student Council), C. Kuntz (P res.). P . Wa ldenmeyer (Sec.), J. Wolf (Treas.), R. Zwiesler, G. Vergamini, G, Wilso n. Front Row: T . Wa rden , J. Tangeman, T . Harm, J. Staeuble.

FRESHMEN "What if I work ?"

hadn't done my home-

Freshman F enjoys a tall talc.

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Top Row: J. Brunner, V. Kozak, J. Prestel, R. Fecher, J. Hayes, R. Shawhan, B. Borchers, K. Huelsman, R . Lesko, R. Burns, D. ~ok. Third Row: E. Boehmer, L. Stegman, J. Patko, J. . Werling , N. Staub, R. Lux, K. Gross, R. Bur, T. Heyl, M . Meyer, A. Mikula, J. Middlebrook, J. Mahle. Second Row: W . Raymann (Pres.) , R . Thoma, J. Keogh, E. Luken, J. Engel, W. Heil, D. Mott, D. Lowry, J. LaPorte. Front Ro'it' : G, Brasher, L, Knight (Treas.), D, Zimmer, S, Schim (Sec.) , Absent: T. Evers, G, Pak,

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Top Row: B. Ostendorf, J, Rentz , C, Lingg, R. Zimmers, E. Koehler, E. Schwiete rman, L. Plozay, G. Vorhees, D. Mantle, L. Petersimes , D. Guy, Middle Row: T, Schindler, T , Smith, J, Zobrist, T. Schultz, J. Koehler , J. Lamm, L. Schumaker, J. Wessels, J, Neary, J, Ballardini, J, Kapp, D, Evers, D. Trame, R. Winter, J. Speranza, Front Row: p, Sule, M, Tarkany, A, Mauro (Treas.), J, Lewis (Pres,), G. Menker (V, Pres,), R. Walters (Sec.), J, McCrate, W, Seiser, D , Schlegel. Absent: M, Lucas,

Top Row: M. Brown, R. Gentile. J . Geiger, D. Charlton, T. Campbell, A. Barthman, F. Farrell, E. Beck, P. Bakan, S. Barbas, C. Baxter. Third Row: J . Grieshop, J. Brunner, R. Danielwicz, C. Borgerding, J. Douglas, J . Hilgeford, D. Jones, R. Dillholf, W. Doersam , L. Habodosz, R. Bonfig, L. Fox, W. Duckro, J. Conner. Second Row: D. Hayden, R . Hockaday, R. Daugherty (Treas.), J . . Anderson (V . Pres.), R. Morrello (Pres.), R. DeCamp (Sec.), S. Bitonti (Student Council), T. Heckman, J. Dahm. Front Row: R. Brechak, D . Jaspers, C . Estevez, S. Ernst.

Freshmen set up C.S.M.C . Project.

Frosh frolic in first snow.

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An important aspect of school life is participation in extra-curricular activities. It enables the student to experience the opportunity of working with others socially. A school's spirit is as strong as its organizations. The progress that has been marked by the Silver Jubilee of Chaminade is due largely to the fine program of activities that has been prevalent among the faculty and students. This program has helped build the name of Chaminade into more than just a school. It has helped build it into a monument of education and Christian leadership.

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Religion Plays

The Bishop Thill Conference consisting of schools throughout the Miami Valley was active again this year. The various conferences w~re held at Holy Angels School in Urbana, Springfield Catholic in Springfield and Julienne High School in Dayton . James Kurz and Charles Hilgeman were president and secretary respectively of this or ganization.

The Catholic Students Mission Crusade represents the largest religious activity at Chaminade. Its main purpose was to keep christian ideals before the students themselves. Through such an organization the sodalists were able to undert~ke various and sundry activities. Among these were novena devotions of every sort, the sponsoring of a Holy Year Pilgrimage, the preparing and distribution of Christmas baskets, the offering of Masses, and the organizing of the Catholic youth to participate in the spiritual and social activities of the parish. Not only has the e.S .M.e. labored in the school

and parish but it has also taken an active part in the Bishop Thill Conference throughout the Miami Valley. Chaminade is proud of the fact that two of its sodalists, James Kurz and Charles Hilgeman, are president and secretary respectively of the Conference. Consecration to Mary is a requisite of all members of the e.S.M.C. The highest degree of consecration, symbolized in the "gold pin", officially enrolls the student as a member of the sodality. This year the progress could be noted in its insistence upon spiritual growth of the individual- a growth centering about the parish.

Freshman sodalists participate in Frosh Consecration.

The installation of C.S.M.e. presidents takes place at Emmanuel Church.

Vital Role

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Conscious of the fact that one must have spiritual as well as physical and intellectual development the entire student body laid aside its books and schedules so that it might concentrate its full efforts upon the spiritual side of life. Three days were set aside for the annual retreat. During this time of annual spiritual inventory, many problems facing the students were discussed . The retreat consisted of daily mass, benediction, conferences, spiritual reading, meditation, and the opportunity to confer and seek direction from the re ~ treat-master.

Carrying ou t the duties of school chaplain, Father Darby has become known as a true frie nd and co unselor.

Father Dickson ill ust rates some basic principles oi the Marianist Sodality to junior sodalist.

Solemn High Mass opens school year with prayer to the Holy Ghost.

B. Mahle, B. Loeber, and K. Kuntz prepare Christmas baskets.

J. Kurz, ]. Burke, T. Egan, and W. Sander practice Christmas hymns.

Progress

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Students take advantage of religious opportunities.

The Holy Year Pilg rim age proceeds to Saint ] oseph 's Church, its fmal des tination .

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Members of the Holy Angel's sodality attend Mass in a body. R. Harlett receives his "gold pin" consecration .

.Standard James La VielJe conducts a c.S.M.e. meeting with the assistance of J. Heyl and D. Dohner. Top Row: D. Kelly, J . Bryant, J. Beck, J. Schons, L. Romer. Middle Row: J. Vyzeneski, T. Schommer, J. Wolfe, P. Schommer, E. Rosengarten . Bottom Row: R. Hoy, D. Baker, R. Ulrich, F. Gilloti.

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National Honor Society Probably the greatest harbinger of future success is membership in the National Honor Society. This year's senior class produced 21 men who qualified for participation in the 19 52 Marian Chapter. The above men are the "cream of the crop" of this year's scholars and leaders. They gained admittance by maintaining an overall scohlastic average of ninety percent or better and a character rating of at least ninety-five percent throughout their four years in high school. Moreover, they have participated in at least two school wide, extracurricular activities. It is no mere coincidence that these men again and again have come to the

fore as succesful leaders in various projt:cts both in and outside of school. Officers for the 1952 Marian Chapter of the National Honor Society are : Edward Head, President; Anthony Krystofik , Vice-President; James Kurz, Secretary, and James Lafferty, Treasurer.

Top Row: J. Husso ng, J. O'Reilly, B. Tischer, F . McLain, B. Kleckner, D. Vox, B. Speller. Seated : T . Egan, J. Lafferty, A. Krystofik, E . Head, J . Kurz, P. Clark, D. Bedrowsky . Kneeling :

E. Mahle, E. Loges, G. Hosbrook, D. DeRoze, M. Balsom, D. Schlegel, H . Volk.

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Top Row: R. Brown , P . Alexander, G. Fella, J . Walker, J. Omlor, J . Lafferty, R. Decker, V. DeVanney, P. Schammer. Middle Row: T. Hikel, J. Raiff, L. Knoll, D. Huber, T. Daly, D . Jackowski, R. Rush, T. Loges, B. Raymann. Bottom Row: S. Pitoni, B. Staley, J. Fader, T . Egan, G. Hausfeld, B. Mahle, P. Hagan, F. Gilloti.

Student Senate

Pres. T. Egan, Vice Pres. J. Fader, S ec. B. Staly, Treas . G. Hausfeld.

The Student Council of 1951 -52, guided by president Tod Egan, vice路president Jack Fader, treasurer Gene Hausfeld, and secretary Bob Staley, was one of the most active organizations in the school. It was a medium through which students voiced their criticisms, opinions and suggestions concern:ng school life. With each class represented, the Student Council, under the supervision of Brother Norbert Sturm, ably handled its many problems and projects. This council performed the all important task of coordinating student problems, whether scholastic, social or athletic. Meeting twice monthly, they succeeded in planning a more harmonious school life by fostering a closer union between faculty and students. An organized intramural basketball tournament and a successful New Year's dance were only two of their endeavors that highlighted the scholastic year. Jim Lafferty, Vince DeVanney and Jim Omlor talk over intramurals.

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BUSI!,;ESS STAFF Standing: J . McAvoy, B. Staub, D. Fahenstock. Seated: J . Berry, W . Schulz, J. LaVieIIe. Missing: R. Smith, D. Geiger.

THE 1952 EAGLE STAFF Jim Lafferty, Activities Editor.

John Hussong, Sports Editor.

B. Thesing, Sp'orts; P. Ahlquist, Photographer; C. Yox, Activities.

Larry Spatz Business Manager

Tony Krystofik, Editor-in-chief.

Unlike most yearbook staffs, we were spared the pleasant torture of racking our brains to discover a theme. Since we found ourselves the Silver Jubilee class of Chaminade High, we capitalized on our good fortune and chose twenty-five years of progress as our theme. \Ve enjoyed developing the theme and hope that it brings a nostalgic smile to those early grads of our beloved

J. Mauch. Typist; P. O'Brien, Typist; N. Ostendorf, Artist.

alma mater. The editorial staff under the competent direction of Brother Albert Kozar and the business staff directed by Brother Charles Bergedick spent long and tedious hours in meeting an early February deadline so as to insure each senior his copy before graduating in June.

T . Egan, Religioll; J. Haley, Features alld Activities; M . Balsom, Socials.

J. Kurz, Sports and Activities ; R. Makley, Editorial; D. Philips, Editorial.

The officers prepare for the colloquium.

Interested in acquIrIng a deeper appreciation for 路the finer points of mathematics and hoping to improve them, the Math Club gathered weekly to pry into the intricate phases of this science. Under the able leadership of Brother John Flynn, the program of the Club consisted of talks by members, the solving of complicated problems, and the

planning of excursions. For the first time in the history of Chaminade, the Math Club will sponsor in Maya mathematical colloquium. The officers are president A. Krystofik, vicepresident J. Kurz, treasurer R. Tischer, and secretary J. O'Reilly.

Masters of Math Third Row : D. Ferdelman. J. O'Reilly, J. Haley, ]. Kurz, J. Beck. Second Row: T . Wolf, G. Hosbrook, A. Barlow, C. Monnin, D. Schlegel. First,. Row: J. Fecke, E. Loges, J. Hussong, A. Krystofik, J. Glode.

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Standing: D . Zwisler, P. Fetti~, W. Doersam, A. Berberich, K. Davidson, R. Burns, R. Walker, W. Clarke, J. Gall, N. Malone, D. Len~ch. T . Schulty. Seated: E. Ruf, E. Berger, E. Zimmerman, T . Sander, R . Kammer, A. Winkeljohn, C. Borgerding, J. Middlebrook, D. McIlvain.

Creators of Art Busy with paint and brushes, the energetic members of the Boosters Club promoted school spirit day after day, by designing lively posters to arouse our interest in all school projects. Each and every poster indicated long hours of hard work. Through the efforts of Brother Henry Setter,

Walker and crew prepare football programs.

these signs and posters added color and pep to our school days by injecting vim and vigor into every rally, drive, and activity. The Booster Club also served the school by ushering athletic contests and by selling programs at the football games.

Putting on the finishing touches.

Standing: T. Versic, R . Steiner , P. Ahlquist, P. Walden meyer, G. Fehrman, R. Alif!, T. Hackett, D. Schaefer, L. Goubeaux, V. Sipos. Seated: J. BurRer, C. Holtman, E . Zimmerman, L. Foz.

Catnera Club Hidden in the obscurity of the darkroom, several spirited members of the photography club, under the direction of Brother Raymond Wuco, gave generously of their time to provide pictures for the Yearbook and school publicity. A series of pictures noting the progress in the work of constructing the new building was an added contribution of

the club. In conjunction with their work the members received instructions on the operation of the speed graphic, the use of flash attachments, the functions of flood lights and various phases of darkroom technique.

In searching for reference works as supplements to text books or just browsing for lighter material for leisure time reading, the Chaminade student body found the assistance of the library staff indispensable. Supervised by Father Robert Brown S.M., the group performed the endless tasks neces-

sary to the efficient management of a high school library. The job of filing and shelving books and the keeping of proper and accurate records was not one to be taken lightly. These men certainly proved themselves able librarians during the past year.

Library Staff

The energetic Library staff busy themselves filing rare and well-thumbed editions.

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Standing: F. Rost, J. McCarthy, T . Travis, A. Hausfeld, W. Kappler, T . Schiml, D. Fitzpatrick, D. Eisele. Seated: J. Mazzota, D. Turner, F . Gilloti, J. Cleary, R. Flaute, Kneeling: J. R. P f arrer. Sthmetz, J. Dakin, D. Zimmer, D. Dwyer, D. Nealon, N. Volk.

Prom Committee This year, as always, the Junior-Senior Prom was a huge success. Due to the splendid job done by the Junior Prom committee, under the direction of Mr. William Donahue, everyone thoroughly enjoyed himself. It was decided that the prom would be held this year at Wampler's Barn on the night

of April the twenty-fifth . It was truly a night to remember and the senior class of 19 52 wishes to express its heart-felt gratitude to the junior class for providing us with a dance that so successfully capped our high school social life.

Brother Anthony Saletel, S.M ., and his able assistant Jim Walker catered to our needs for school supplies in. the Chaminade Bookstore. Each day before and after school the shop became a mecca for those scholars seeking paper, text-books. ink, pencils, etc. ~o advertising was necessary

to draw customers to the bookstore for Brother Anthony has a virtual monopoly on this type of business at Chaminade. The bookstore assisted quite a number of students each day, and could always be counted for efficient and cheerful service.

Bookstore Club

Jim Walker and Bro. Anthony assisting some customers in the bookstore. Judging from the beaming faces on the students, Jim seems assured of another Chaminade "T" shirt sale.

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Tense moment in the game as rooting section watches intently for outcome.

J. Beck and K. Keyes lead cheer for team at basketball game.

Great crowds of people have visited the new High School Stadium during our victorious football season of 1951, but the rna路 jority of these were Chaminade's own loyal students, who, with great shouts and clamors, have let the team know that they were behind them in the search for victory. The cheerleaders who led the student body are Top Row: Joe Mazzotta. Middle 'Row : Jim Cleary, John Knopp . Bottom Row: Karl Keyes, Tom Rouchfleisch, John Beck.

Seniors: Gene Hausfeld, Bill Eisenhauer, AI Barlow, AI Scarpelli, Dave Grillot.

National Athletic Honor Society Almost every student who enters Chaminade has athletic aspirations of one form or another. The vaunted Chaminade football and basketball teams, as well as the golf and tennis aggregations hold much attraction for the new student. To win a Chaminade Athletic Monogram is in itself no mean accomplishment. For those who mount the sport ladder the crowning achievement is admission into

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Juniors: Back: Ken Davis, Dan Dwyer, Bill Sendelbach, Jack Fader, Dan Nealo n, Front : Tom Heider, Jerry Faust, Bob Blommcl, John Dayspring,

the National Athletic Honor Society, To qualify for admittance into the society a student must win either a minor or major letter, maintain a scholastic average of above 80 percent and possess a character rating of 90 percent. The requirements for membership are such as to make the members of this society men who are worthy of admiration and imitation,

Parent Teachers Association The Chaminade Band Club displayed their spirit of cooperation by helping out Brother Trageser 's band and glee club. The annual Christmas Party and Spring Band Concert again spoke路 eloquently of the fine organization of the Chaminade Band Club. The Chaminade Alumni Association worked diligently again this year to assure completion of the

new Chaminade. The group sponsored the fourth annual Homecoming Game at the High School Stadium and the ensuing dance at the Lakeside Ballroom. The entire reunion day was a huge success. The old grads supported their new president, Robert A. Horstman, and were eager to tackle new projects.

Band Club Officers : Mrs. G. E. Loges, Treasurer; Mr. Walter Fisher, President; Mrs. George Baber, Secretary; Mrs. Curtis Steger, Vice-President.

Alumni Officers:. J. A. Barlow, Treasurer, '38; R. A. Horstman, President , '29; E. J. Zwiesler, Vice-President, '41; H. W. Bonbright, Secretary, '50.

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The Chaminade Parent Teachers Association again served this year as a basis for cooperation and understanding between faculty, students, and parents. The organization's monthly meetings were held at the Loretto until the second semester when the site of their gatherings became the new Chaminade cafeteria. The Fathers Club sponsored three successful fish fries as well as the first Fathers and Sons Nite held in the new Chaminade cafeteria. The Mothers Club held a pillow case bingo while continuing to serve as volunteer workers in the cafeteria. Under the auspices of the Fathers and the Mothers Clubs a highly successful Harvest Moon Dance was held at Wampler's Barn. The proceeds from these and other activities of the Parent Teachers Association swelled the Chaminade Building Fund.

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Who won the bottle of perfume?

Loyal ...

Spirited

Mr. J. Russell, Vice President; Mr. P. Thesing, Secretary; Mr. E. C. Horwath, President; Mr. W. Dohner, Treasurer.

Mrs. A. Kennedy, President ; Mrs. R. Malone, Secretary; Mrs. M . Fitzpatrick, Treasurer; Mrs. R. Thesing, Vice President.

Top Row : D. Elworth , B. Thill, J. Spitzig, B. Martin, F. Rost, D. Grillot, W, Treon, P. Ahlquist, J. Hillenbrand, R. Burger, F . Jones. Middle Row: J, Davis, D . Vogelsang, R . Retter, C. Monnin, R. Walke'r, D. Phillips, W. Rowe, P. Rodgers, R. Goecke, R. Stein, F. McLain, D. Meyers, J. Davis. Front Row: A. Winklejohn , A. Marquitz . J. Sacksteder, T. Rauchpleis, R . Bir, R, Yolk, J. Hussong, W. Doersam, H. Kennedy, T. Kennedy, J. Reichard, L. Schmidt, L. Schumacher.

Gentletnen Songsters Don Vogelsang, soloist.

This year's Glee Club, although getting off to a late start, has done a very creditable job, Under the direction of Brother Joseph Trageser, assisted by Brother John La Faso, it turned out fine performances at a few of the P ,T.A, meetings and the Spring Concert. An added feature of the Glee Club was the Senior quartet, The Lost Chorders. Their barbershop arrangements take us back to the days when the price of a haircut was two-bits or the ability to sing a hearty bass. The Glee Club's Senior soloist, Don Vogelsang, also turned in good performances in the city contest and at the Spring Concert. Hussong, Grillot, Monnin, and Phillips swing into "Shrimp Boats Are Comin'." Senior Songsters: Retter, Volk, Walker, McLain, Thill and Burger.

Senior Band Members, Back Row : P. Clark , E. Head , J. Treon, J. Omlor, K. Kuntz, P. Haines, E . Loges, W. Schulz . Fron t Ro w : R. Loeber, R. Butz, J. Fecke , B. Mahle, P. McLaughlin, D . Bcdrow, ky , D . Geiger.

The 1952 Marching Band Under the direction of Brother Joseph Trageser, and with the assistance of Brother John La Faso, the school band has risen to a new high . A seventy piece marching band provided entertainment at the football contests with a great variety of music and many precision formations. Besides their marching activities, they provided a program for the employees at N .C.R., entertained the fathers and mothers at the P.T.A. meetings, gave a Christmas concert at Eagle's Hall, and presented their annual Spring Concert in the new auditorium . Our band this year boasts of fifteen senior members, the largest senior group ever to play for Chaminade. The departure of these musicians will be deeply regreted, as their willing cooperation and spirit have made a major contribution to this year's band, the finest in the history of the school. Bro. R. Springman, first band director at Chaminade.

Bro. J. TrageEcr, present Band director.

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Marching Band in figure eight formation.

Band Displayed Top Row: A. Mikula, J. Greger, T. Steger, R. Stegeman, P. McLaughlin, S. Mikula, K. Kuntz, D. Harris. Third Row: E. Trzeciak, J. Zobrist, L. Weber, B. Alig, P. Banker, R. Spatz, D. Bedrowsky, F . Aicher, R.' Mergy, E. Loges. Second Row: J. Lynch, W. Norris, P. Haines, M. Schubert,

W. Treon, J. Brun, D. Wuerstl, R. Bandy. First Row : J. Bakan, P. Clarke, D. Geiger, B. Mahley, R. Blommel, J. Treon, R. Kuntz (Drum Major). Absent: J. Omlor, E. Head, W. Schultz.

Band Officers : E. Loges, Librarian; K. Kuntz, V. Pres.; R. Loeber, Pres.; B. Mahle, Sec. Treas.

Drummers at Christmas Concert.

Artful Pageantry Top Row: L. Roderer, J. Wolf, J. Reichard, R. Butz, D. Bran, J. Wening, B. Borschers, R. Hoy, T. Loges. Third Row: G. Kern, J. Fecke, K. Zimmer, R. Ulrich, G. Reiger, J. Walker, E. Suhr, S. Bitonti, R. Kronenberger. Second

Row: R . Alig, W. White, T. Pfeiffer, J. Lamm, P. Haines, G. Sawaya, D . Hickey, E. Andrew. First Row: R. Loeber (Captain),J. Price, F. Boehmer, P. Haines, B. McWilliams, J. Schm~tz, P. Doolin.

~obPly the~ outstanding ~ that .ha$ taken place at

Chaminacie in the past tWenty-five has been in e field of ~rls. The green and white have come a long way since their meager beginnirig back in 1927. Y~ly the Eagles golf teams rank high in state competition. The basketballers, though having a lean season, are one of the powers of the Big Seven. Tbe Eagle's football powerhouse under Coach Fuzzy Faust bas developed into one of the most respected teams in Southwestern Ohio. The athletic progr~ is expanding with the addition of the new gymnasium, not even dreamed of in 1927. Our hats are off to the Eagles for teams not only recognized for their stellar play, but also for their fine di:splay of sportsmanship.

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Ger ard " F uzzy" Faust Head Coach

John Spezzaferro Assistant Coach

FAIRMONT 6 7 Chaminade, perennial powerhouse of Dayton, opened the season with a surprising loss to suburban Fairmont, 7-6, as a near npacity crowd of 12,000 looked on. The Purple and White clad Roush-men tallied the decisive touchdown in the second quarter when halfback Archer passed to Dexter who stood unmolested in the end zone. Weaver added the all-decisive po:nt. The Eagles scored their lone touchdown with 3 minutes and 4S seconds left in the game, when brilliant Jackie Furdurer ran right end for nine yards. Scarpelli's attempt to tie the score was blocked. As time ran out, the Green and White were threatening on Fairmont's nine. B. Zimmerman circles end against Roger Bacon.

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The Chaminade Eagles fielded their twenty-fifth football team in 19 S1 and gained the distinction of being hailed by most as the greatest ever to wear the Green and White. After dropping their first game to a rugged Fairmont eleven, a team they were ranked well ahead of at the seas::m 's close, the boys found themselves. and won eight. successive game~ by impressive scores. In setting a new school record of 338 points the men of Faust displayed an explosive brand of football. Three times they scored over 30 points in one half; once 34 markers in one quarter and in another instance 73 tallys in one game! The Big Gr:een' again dominated the all-city teams and placed' two on the all-state elevens to complete a m)st successful and eventfui season.

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ROGER BACO N

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What looked to be a grueling contest at the start soon turned into a rout, as the game, but out-classed Spartans, fell prey to the mighty Eagles in the ' season's first triumph. A close battle was waged in the first half, and at the intermission Bacon w'as ahead 7-0. The second half, however, was an entirely different story, and the Chaminade eleven, showing their color, scored 32 . points without reply from the Cincinnati gridders. The C. H . S. line proved a pleasant surprise as they lived up to their expectations with fine blocking and tackling. Furderer, Hausfeld, Morrella, Barlow, Monaghail, and Eisenhauer all made worthy contributions to the victory. Furderer speeds acrcss the frozen turf as Fairview pursuers look on.

STATISTICS OF SEASONS 1927 1928

Won 2 4

Lost 3 5

Tied 0

Won

Lost

Tied

1940

6

2

1

0

1941

9 5

0 2

0 1

7

2

0

1929

5

4

0

1942

1930

3

6

0

1943

1931

3 4

6 4

0

1944

6

3

0

1945

8

3

4

1946

7

0 1

0

1933 1934

0 1

1

1

1947

8

1

0

1935

1

1948

7

2

0

1936

6 4

6 1 2

2

1949

6

3

0

1937 1938

5 1

2

1 1

1950

8

1

0

6

1951

8

1

0

1939

2

6

0

1932

0

Dayton City Champs

Maurer streaks for yardage against Bacon behind sharp blocking as Eagles roll to first victory of season.

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Top Row: D. Zimmerman, V. DeVanney, T . Needham, T. Agnew, J. Corbett, C. Janning, J. Slater, D. Stein, B. Brinkman, D. Allgeyer, P. Alexander. Third Row : .E. Regan (Asst. Coach), J. Spezzaferro (Asst. Coach), B. Sendelbach, D. Dwyer, D. Lemons, D. Pfarrer, B. Blommel, D. Fitzpatrick, F. Rost, B. Goecke, J. Beigel, R. Decker, G.

Faust (Head Coach) . Second Ro'w: T. Heider, D . Grilliot, W. Sommer, G. Hausfeld, P. Monaghan, C. Koenig , A. Scarpelli, W. Eisenhauer, A. Barlow, J. Furderer, B. Weller, J. Zimmerman, T. Travis. Front Row: J. Wyles (Mgr.), C. Bruns, D. Nealon, B. Staley, J. Fader , K . Davis, J . Faust, D Maurer, J. McCarthy, B. Morrella, W. Sander (Mgr.) .

Furderer eats up yardage as titanic block is thrown.

J ackie stretches for the final stripe in th e Wright tussle.

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Bro. Steve Sheehy, Athletic Director; Doctor Roy Boggan, Team Physician.

WILBUR WRIGHT 6 34 The Eagles opened the defense of their city crown路 by downing the hapless Pilots of Wilbur Wright, 34 to 6. Paced by speedsters Furderer and Maurer, the Green Horde piled up all 34 points in the first half and then coasted during the last two stanzas as the reserves fought the scrappy Pilots to a stand-;, still. Furderer lived up to his all-state form by dashing 6, 8, 25 and 54 yards for scores. Richie Maurer iced the splurge with a beautiful 67-yard dash. Scarpelli toed four straight po:nts through the crossbar after missing his first attempt.

DUNBAR 6 35 After two quarters of closely contested football the high flying Eagles suddenly caught fire, romping over the Wolverines 35-6. Depth was the main factor in this game as the keyed up Westsiders fought hard and bravely before succumbing to the superior forces of Chaminade. This victory marked the 34th straight victory for the Eagles in League play, extending back to '44. Dunbar, introducing a spread formation and a brilliant pa~sing attack, held the Eagles to a slim 14-6 margin at half time. The Chaminade eleven in th2 second half, while holding their opponents scoreless, exploded for three touchdowns, sparked by the fine running of Richie Maurer.

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Furderer breaks away from a group of Fairview tacklers.

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LEADERS IN CHAMINADE'S POWERHOUSE

AL BARLOW Tackle All State

Eagle back is halted for short gain by Roger Bacon.

Furdcrer breaks away against Roosevelt as Koenig throws vital block.

13 33 PURCELL The Eagles, led again by the fine running of Jackie Furderer, turned the tables on the downstate Cavaliers with a stunning 33 -13 victory. Before an estimated 10,000 fans the Eagles displayed a vicious attack on both offense and defense. Lineplay on the part of Chaminade left little to be d~sired as the Purcell eleven W3.S virtually torn to shreds. Furderer proved to be the number one nuisance for the Cincinnatians as he personally reeled off four touchdown runs. Standout performances were also turned in by Barlow, Travis, Koen' g, Hausfeld, Staley, Scarpelli, and Maurer.

The Eagles whoop it up for Purcell.

STIVERS 6 43 The Big Green rolled on to its fifth straight victory by defe3.ting a stubborn Stivers eleven, 43 to 6. The triumph was made all the more decisive by the. fact that the Eagles were minus their record breaking halfback, Jackie Furderer, because of illness. Seven players had a hand in the scoring which featured a safety by Hausfeld, two six-pointers by Maurer and a pass from Jerry Faust to Heider good for 15 yards and the only aerial touchdown wrought by the Ludlow Streeters this year. This was the Eagles' twelfth straight victory over the Bengals.

KISER o 40 Homecoming night saw the Eagles held to earth for three quarters by a stubborn Kiser team before erupting for 34 po路i nts and a 40 to 0 triumph. Staunch line play by the Panthers restricted the scoring to Furderer's plunge from the one-yard line until the fateful fourth stanz3.. Jug Zimmerman raced 35 yards with an intercepted pass early in the final period and started a scoring barrage. Furderer tallied next with a 33-yard sprint and then Maurer pranced 59 and 31 yards for TD's. Dan Nealon romped 25 yards with another intercepted pass for the final six points.

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Furderer outdistances Pilots.

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FAIRVIEW

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Engineered again by Jackie Furderer, the Eagles unleashed an awesome display of power in racking up the largest score in modern city history. Playing on a frozen field before less than 2000 chilled fans the city champs scored the first six times they got the ball. Furderer was magnificent in scoring five times on runs of 2, 43, 56, 12 and 19 yards, reo spectively. Five other Eagles crossed the final stripe: Maurer, Staley, Zimmerman, Morrella and Horn. Scarpelli converted seven times to add the finishing touches to the Faustmen's seventh successive victory.

JERRY FAUST Quarterback

42

ROOSEVELT

0

Another in the long line of great C. H. S. grid machines bowed out of play with a sparkling 42 -0 triumph over their arch-rival , Roosevelt Teddies. Some 6,500 fans watched as the precision Eagle offense constantly scattered the opposing Teddy eleven over the gridiron. Brilliant play by the swift-running White-clad backs and ferocious charging by the Ludlow Streeter's line kept the opposition off balance throughout the night. Maurer ripped off guard for 24 yards and the first six points of the evening. Demon-like Jack Furderer scored on runs of 43, 31 and 37 yards to constantly hamper the Teddies. Horn scored from the three. Scarpelli added 6 points to his record-setting 36 P .A.T.'s.

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KEEPERS OF THE CLEATS A special salute to our man agers whose loyal and devoted service proved a fine example of the Chaminade spirit. A vote of thanks to Bill Sander and his colleagues for a job well done.

B. Sander, J. Wyles, J. O'Donnell, E . Caulfleld, B. Gibson, P. Carl eye new facil ities.

DICK PF ARRER Guard

DAN DWYER Halfback

Qllarterback

JOE SLATER Tackle 1\.0.

Top Row : J. Dilhoff, W. Wccke,scr, B. Powers, T. Muth, L. Pytel, T. Henncss~y, R. Bro\\'n, K. Goode, J . Kreitzer. B. Caporal, H. Rinehardt, J . Connors. Second Row: H . Gibson (Mgr.), B. Koogler. J. Decamp, T. Jacques, G . Menker. G. Holman, B. Lang , E. Tritschler, D. Howell, D. Evans (Coach). Front Row : J. O'Donnell (Mgr.), J. Raiff, D. Powell, J . Gilloti, A. Mauro, W. ChifaJla, J. Louis, J. Connors, B. Scanlan, J. Dayspring (Mgr.).

RESERVE SCHEDULE Fairborn ... .. .. . .. 32 Chaminade 7 Springfield Catholic 7 Chaminade 6 Trotwood-Madison 13 Chaminade 14 Chaminade 28

Fairborn ....... . ..

JUNIOR VARSITY

Ed Regan Head Coach

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The Chaminade Junior Eagles enjoyed what can be termed a successful season. After suffering a convincing first. game loss, the Eaglets pulled together and played steady football. Their final victory proved to be the sweetest, as they avenged their first game loss to Fairborn by shutting out the suburban boys, 28-0. Guided by Head Coach Ed Regan and Assistant Dave Evans, the "lV.'s" represent a go'od crop of material for a future Chaminade powerhouse.

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THE 1952 CAGERS.

John Spezzaferro Head Coach

The '52 hoopsters confronted with a virtually impossible job fought bravely to uphold the standards of Chaminade. Mr. John Spezzaferro, in his first season as head coach of the Ludlow Street five, was haunted by a schedule of first class opposition. Lack of experience, moreover, on the part of his team dealt a cruel blow to "Spezz" who had only two men returning from last year's highly touted varsity. Opening the season with little more than a week's practice the Eagles were trounced by the Vikings of Miamisburg. The predominately sophomore squad, however, improved steadily in

succeeding weeks against Roger Bacon, ColumLlis South, Elder, Greenville, Fairmont, Bellfontaine, Delphos St. John, and Kiser falling short of victory many times by only a few points. The first victory was an impressive one over Lima St. Rose, .and was followed by a win over Parker. Hamilton Catholic and Springfield Catholic were both victims of the Chaminade quintet but defeats followed at the hands of the strong City teams. The road was long and hard but next year's foes had better "Beware" of the Eagles.

Bo b Blome! gets the tip against Stivers.

AI Barlow, Center, Captain

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Bob Blommcl, Forward

Dick Maurer, Forward

Tom Heider, Forward

Butch Zimmerman, Guard

Dan Dwyer, Guard

Jim Corbett, Fo rward

43

KISER

45

Thc Ea~les opcncd Bi~ Ei~ht compctition by bowinp: to undefeated Kiser 45 to 43. Fcaturin~ a snappy 1-3-1 zone defcnse, the Ludlow Strecters Icd until late in thc fourth quartcr. Hcider scored 12 in Chaminadc's eigh th setback. 43

PARKER

Pat Alexander, Guard

John Wiesman, Guard

FAIRVIEW 38 47 Lack of consistancy cost the Eap:les their sccond league victory. 47 to 38 . By dumping only 12 of 57 shots the y oun.!.: Ea~lcs wcre no match for cxperienced Fairview. Barlow led all sco rers with 16, tallying 7 straight in the third stanza.

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With AI Barlow cont rolling both boards Chaminade swcpt to thcir first leap:uc victory. A fast breakinp: offcnse was fcaturcd in thc 4.1-28 triumph. Barlow with 16 and Blommcl with 12 contributcd most of thc scoring.

31 STIVERS 58 The hi~hly toutcd Stive rs T i ~crs handcd the Eap:les their tenth defeat 58 to .II. The Ludlow Streeters fought all the way but were ncvcr in the ~amc. Barlow again paced Chaminadc's scoring by tossing in 5 buckets.

I.ef! to right: Butch Zimmerman, Dan Dwyer, John Daysprin~, Pat Alexander, Richie Maurer, Dick Blommcl, Jack Wiesman, AI Barlow, Jim Corbctt, Tom Hcidcr, Bill Sander (Mgr.).

Zimmerman sinks one from twelve feet oUl during the Roosevelt fray .

Bi~ AI drives through in the Stivers contest.

] ohn Dayspring, Guard

64 38 DUNBAR Dunbar quintet, featuring some remarkable shootin~. swamped the Eagles 64 to 38. The Wolverines vaunted fast break and masterful baJJ stea ling made a shamble of the game in the second half. Sophomore flash "Butch" Zimmerman led the Eagles with 10 points. A

c1a~sy

ROOSEVELT 61 28 Out-sized, out-manned, out-shot, but not out-fought, the Ludlow Street fIve went down to defeat at the hands of Roosevelt's City Champs. The Teddies aJJ -court press com pletely overpowered the Eagles. Butch Zimmerman led Chaminade scoring with seven points. 31 - WILBUR WRIGHT 29 Butch Zimmerman's setrshot in the last minute of play enabled the Ea~les to upset Wi lbur Wri~ht 's pilots 31 to 2C), and a~sure the Chaminade five of sixth place in the city race. Zim paced all scorers with nine points.

Blommel lets one fly as the Eagles down Hamilton Catholic's Rams at the U. D. Fieldhouse.

RESERVE PLAYERS Left to Right, Front : R . Bandy, J. Lewis, J. Dwyer, J. Conners, C. Eisle, (Mgr.). Back Row: C. Zambito, G. Menker, T. Jacques, T. Shawhan, J. Bryant.

Junior Eagles Show Future Protnise Frosh Schedule

Reserves Schedule 27 Miamisburg 24 Greenville 22 Fairmont 11 Bellefontaine

49 25 31 46

25 Delphos St. John 20 Kiser 35 Parker 9 Fairview

30 Stivers

FROSH PLAYERS Left to Right, Front: E. Tritschler, J. Raiff, C. Redman, B. Homan, B. Walters, (Mgr.) . Back Row : D. Placke, P. Pazitney, T . Bawidamann, T . Hennessey, G. Vorhees.

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39

38 47 33 51

33

16

Stivers McKinley

18

Col. White 26

33 19

34 27

Wright Belmont

26 19

16

25

Roosevelt

37

Dixie

28

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Jerry Johnson, the League's highest average bowler.

Every Sunday night at the Recreation Bowling Lanes the whole second floor resounded with the rolling of many ebony balls as the fourteen fiveJpan teams ~f the Chaminade Bowling League vied for top honors in the two leagues. Eight teams composed of Juniors and Seniors comprised the National League while the lower classmen filled the six teams of the American League. The two top teams in the National League were the Senior Stars and the Eaglets who raced neck and neck throughout the season. In the American League the D emons led the way for their circuit. As always the highlights of the bowling season were the Father-Son Tournament and the Doubles Tournament. All awards were presented to the victors at the Bowling Banquet. Ben Staub was the League Secretary and very efficiently handled all the book work for the organization. Bro. Paul Landolfi was faculty moder路 ator and Mr. Lawrence Staub acted as instructor.

The Freshmen Demons-Top: N. Staub, R. Zimmers. L. Ross. Bottom: B. Raymann, J. Raiff .

The Eaglets-Top: B. Werner, T. Wilz, R. Stack. Bottom: B. Hoff, L. Noll.

The Senior Stars-Top: J. Lawler, D. Brinkman, B. Staub. Bottom: W. Schirack, L. Spatz.

Eagle Keglers ... strike or spare

Ben Staub, League Secretary.

I told Larry that ball didn't fit his thumb.

Malvin Schubert, leading Junior bowler.

TENNIS With the coming of the first blossoms of spring, the thoughts of many are turned to vacation and the many hours of rest and relaxation ahead. The tennis team, however, has a policy much to the contrary as they move to the courts for long hours of grinding practice. The baby of all chaminade sports, the net game, is in its fourth season at the Ludlow Street institution. The prospects of a successful season hinges on the development of several underclassmen who saw limited action last year. Win or lose, the Eagles can be looked to for many a thrill during this season's race.

Ken Werner will see action on the courts this season.

LAST YEAR'S RESULTS

C.H.S.

OPP. Stivers . .. . . . . . . ..... 5 Oakwood .. . .. ..... . 5 Kiser .... . . ........ . 3 Fairmont . . . ........ . 5 Wright .. ...... . .... . 3 Northridge .... . .. . . . 1 Fairview .. . ... . ... . . 5 Roo sevelt ..... . .. . . . 5

Standing: W. Lukaswitz, K. Werner, W. Thesing, H. Haag. Kneeling: R. Bandy, D. Turner, P. Ahlquist.

The Chaminade Golf team will have one objective in mind when they take to the courses this spring-to better by one their record of last season. The Eagles, a perennial powerhouse throughout the State, will be out to avenge the defeat at the hands of the Fairmont Dragons which cost them the city league title a year ago. Led by Bruce Gohman, the team will boast an experi路 enced . squad which promises to rate as one of the top teams in Southern Ohio. Whether this fine squad will live up to expectations only time will tell:

Bruce Gohmann, top Eagle golfer.

LAST YEAR'S RESULTS C.H.S.

8Y, 8Yz 9 10

7Yz 1Yz 2

5Yz 9 11 12 6

OPP. Wes t Carrollton .. . . . .. 3Yz Fairview ......... . . . . 3Yz Oakwood ... ... ... . . . . 3 Roosevelt .. . ....... .. . 2 Wright . ... .. ........ . 4Y, H amilton Public . .. . . .. lOY, Fairmont .. . . . . . . . . . . .. 10 Hamilton Cath. . . .. .. . . 6Y, Kiser . ........ .... .. . . 3 West Carrollton .. . . . . . 1 Stivers . .......... . ... . 0 Parker.. . .. . . . . .. . .... 6

Standing: D. Pelt. B. Gohmann, Kn eeling : S. Nolan, F. Blesi.

P. Hook.

Twenty-five years ago the Model T or the square jalopy raced through' the streets, carrying Joe and Jane to the night's lively fling. Bands were red hot, wailing and thumping young dancers through the paces of the Charleston, the Bunny Hug or the Black +" ....... Now Johnny sounds a horn with a cultivated voice and milady comes forth garbed in a long graceful evening gown. Orchestras are more mellow; movements on the dance floor more conservative and more refined; the atmosphere is more quietly gay. The times have changed and so th~ir trappings. But young folks still meet each other in colorful gatherings to pass a paI:t of their leisure hours. 1-("...

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The Student Council Dance under the supervision of Tod Egan, was a great success. Students and their dates dance to the tune "Tenderly."

A wonderful evenin!( of fun, provided by The Kappa Chi Delta Sorority of Julienne, has too quickly come to an end as these dance lovers leavc.

Chaminadc

The Club Cayoda, the social ccntcr of Dayton's Catholic Youth, always furnishcs fun and cntcrtainment on a Friday night. Students talk about experiences of preceding week .

Winter Wonderland

Four couples casually stroll about the Biltmore Hotel during the intermission of the Student Council Dance.

Concerning the social life at Chaminade, there was hardly ever a dull moment. Besides the dances held by Chaminade there were also socials sponsored by St. Joseph's and Julienne. In addition to these, the students found the weekly Club Cayoda dances and get-togethers a wonderful spot for exchanging pleasant times and acquiring new friendships . The New Year's Dance, sponsored by the Student Council, was a highlight of the Christmas vacation. This social affair had one of its finest turnouts in years. The upper-classmen eagerly anticipated the Junior-Senior Prom. This year their expectations were realized as the Juniors came through with one of the best Prominades in the history of Chaminade.

The diligent a nd untiring: efforts of the Club Council has given Chaminade a weekly dance. Certainly this group deserves our thanks.

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,

Night of Enchanttnent - Senior Protn

Paul Horn and his date, Maggie BasI, reign as King and Queen of the Junior-Senior Prom. Their attendants are Helen Elsner, Bill Eisenhauer, Don Wellmeier, Jim Omlor, and Mary Jo Hayworth.

Bill Eisenhauer, Helen Elsner, Mary J a Hayworth, Jim Omlor, Larry Spatz, Dotty Zimmerman, Marilyn Fraunfelker, and Jim Lafferty share a table at Prom.

As usual, most of the time spent for a dance, especially the J uniorSenior Prom, is consumed in the tedious task of 路 dressing. Larry Spatz puts the finishing touches to Don WeHmeier's bow tie. Unusual angle shot of table at Senior Prom. Maggie BasI and Paul Horn, King and Queen of the Prom.

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An Iron Orchid to You "An Orchid to You-Students and Faculty, Chaminade High School. In Recognition of your Initiative, Zest, and Achievements displayed in the interest of scrap-vital to our nation's defense effort-this Scrap Orchid is presented." These are the words inscribed on the certificate that was given to Bro. Matthew by the editor of the Iron Age magazine who was presenting it for the National Production Authority of the U.S. Department of Commerce. It is indeed a fitting recognition of the efforts made by an the people connected with the school.

Here the boys are pictured as they conect scrap metal. The scrap metal and paper drive has been concentrated on this year as a main source of revenue for the Chaminade building program. The scrap metal brought in during the first semester totaled over 80 tons and the final goal has been set at 100 tons. An this could not have been possible without the untiring efforts of Bro. Schreiber, Bro. Landolfi, and Bro. Awalt, the steady flow of contacts from students, and the generous pledges from various business concerns.

At the left is a typical scene that takes place every Saturday morning throughout the school year. Willing Chaminade students coneet scrap paper throughout the city. At the end of the first semester the stu~ent:; had turned in 125 tons of scrap paper anq expect to reach the 300 ton mark before the end of the school year. The two top men in the scrap drive this year have been Charles Janning and Bob Stein. Both have generously given their weekends to the collection of paper.

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Top Row: D . Montgomery, J. Bonser, F. Conwell, D. Schaaf, F. Hackett, R. Alig, R. Dennler. Bottom Row: C. Holtman, D. Baker, R. Hoy, J. Girardot, H. Ammann, A. Aman. Brother Sturm and three members of his speech club discuss plans for a forthcoming debate.

This year a dream has become a reality. For a long time Chaminade has had visions of a speech club. Now with the prospects of an auditorium in the new building a speech and debating society has sprung up under the direction of Bro. Sturm. The club is enrolled in the Ohio High School Speech League and has participated in debating at Springfield and Middletown besides attending a Debate Clinic at Ohio State U.

Speech Brother Alan Sprenger prepares his students for a dramatic recitation,

Paul Horn, Jack Berry, Bill Schirack, and John Beck, finalists in the first round of Senior Speech Contest. Brother Kozar helps student overcome faulty consonant sounds through word drill.

The Cast takes its curtain call: Jack Fader, Norbert Yolk, Tom Goubeaux, Jack Burke, and Roy Kuntz.

Christmas is an expensive proposition. another check .

J acl~ Burke signs

J . Fader and N. Yolk exchange ' Christmas gifts during the play.

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The Eagle Players

Denton Phillips, regional winner in CSMC oratorial contest.

Stage activities for Chaminade students were limited this year because of that age old problem, lack of space and facilities, but despite this two dramatizations were staged. The play presented for the P. T. A. at the Loretto was a one act Christmas comedy. Five juniors, under the direction of Brother McKenzie staged the play, "Just What They Wanted ." The male roles were played by Jack Burke, the harassed husband, and Jack Fader, his next door neighbor. Roy Kuntz was cast as one of the women in the play and showed promise for future character roles. Tom Go\.!.beaux played Jack Burke's wife and capped off his performance with an unrehearsed kiss for the bewildered husband. An outstanding job was turned in by Norbert Yolk who was hilarious in his role as Jack Fader's wife. In connection with the celebration of Father Chaminade Day, a group of students, under the direction of Brother Blank, gave a dramatization of the life of Father Chaminade. Ed Head played the role of Father Chaminade and Jim Lawler was the narrator.

Seated: B. McCarthy, J. Fromholt. Standing: N. Yolk, J. ,Lawler, R. Kuntz, K. Davidson, J, Cottman.

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SENIOR MaSTS MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Edward Head

MOST INTELLECTUAL Donald DeRoze

JOE HIGH SCHOOL John Burke

MOST POPULAR Tony Krystofik

BEST LOOKING Charles McLaughlin

MOST ATHLETIC Albert Barlow

BEST DRESSED John Spirk

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SENIOR A : Most Intelleotual- Donald DeRoze, Most POlmlar- Tony Krystofik, Most Athletic- Albert Scarpelli, Most Likely to Succeed- Edward Head, Joe High SchoolJohn Burke, Best Dressed-Edmund Esser, Best .LookingCharles McLaughlin (absent).

SENIOR B: Most Popular- Donald WeHmeier, Most Athletic- Albert Barlow, Most Likely to Succeed- John Beck, Joe High School-John BeHert, Best Dressed-Kenneth Kuntz, Best Looking- Raymond Butz, Most IntellectualJoseph Fecke (absent).

1. SENIOR C: Most Intellectual- Peter O'Bryan, Most Popular-Lawrence Spatz, Most Athletic- Jack Baber, Most Likely to Succeed-Ned Ostendorf, Joe High Schoo lWilliam Schirack, Best Dressed- Joseph Myers, Best Looking- James Lawler.

SENIOR E: Most Intellectual-John Knopp, Most Popular- Samuel Ciani, Most Athietic- Gene Hausfeld, Most Likely to Succeed-Jerry Johnson, Best Dressed- John Spirk, Best Looking-Gerald Zwisler, Joe High SchoolThomas Reichert (absent) .

SENIOR D: Most Intellectual-Bernard Mahle, Most Popular-Robert Kaiser, Most Athletic- Cliff Koenig, Most Likely to Succeed-Brice Federspiel, Joe High SchoolRichard Kaiser, Best Dressed- James LaVielle, Best Look ing- Charles Hilgeman (absent).

SENIOR F : Most Intellectual-Donald Bedrowsky, Most Popular-Paul Horn, Most Athletic- Jerry Zimmerman , Most Likely to Succeed-Leo NoH, Joe High SchoolManly Farm, Best Dressed- James Lynch, Best LookingLeo Hunkler.

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The first graduating class totaled seventy-eight seniors. The present senior class totals two-hundred sixteen. This is the largest graduating class in school history_

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Graduation-a student's ambition . The precious moment long awaited materializes after four years of earnest work and study. To most of us this comes as a surprise. To an underclassman, graduation is something in the far-off future, something longed for but with an indifferent attitude. To the seniors, day by day, it begins to make an impression not fully realized until the final moment when he receives his diploma. The solemnity of the ceremony strikes a reminiscent note recalling the carefree days gone-by as contrasted to the responsibilities which lie ahead. To the graduate of 1927, these ideals were also paramount. The change in the years is only superficial. Beneath lies the same intention-The consequent betterment oj society jor the honor and glory oj God.

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SENIOR DIRECTORY George Ambrose 2050 Leo St., 4

Charles Chapin 39 Holt St., 6

Jack Furderer 325 N. Co n over S t.

Larry Horwath 843 Hodapp Ave., 10

Leo Anticoli 3025 Salem Ave.

Samuel Ciani 105 N. Quen tin Ave., 3

David Geiger R R. 3, Box 36D3, 4

Garold Hosbrook 441 N. \iV oodwa r d Ave., 7

Alan Arber 70 Anna St., 7

Patrick Clark 4109 E lli ot Ave., 10

John Glode 533 Maryla n d Ave., 4

Leo Hunkeler 208 Rockwood Ave., 5

Robert Aufuldish 952 Harvard B lvd., 6

Gerald Cochran 92 1 R osedale Dr., 7

Bruce Gohmann 8 Co ra l Dr., 10

John Hussong 1316 Wyom in g St., 10

Jack Baber 126 K lee Ave., 3

Robert Connell 39 W. R iverv iew Ave., 5

Tom Griffin 1827 Oakridge D r., 7

Glenn Jaspers 766 E lm hur st R(I. , 5

Marvin Ballman 2029 Va ll ey Pike, 4

Robert Cramer 639 Hodapp Ave., 10

David Grillot 56 E . H il lcres t Ave., 5

Robert Je ckering 5748 Markey Rd ., 5

Michael Balsom 411 5 Cor inth Blvd., 10

Eugene Crompton 38 S. Ph il ade lp hi a St., 3

Thomas Haas 521 Par rott St., 10

Jerome Johnson 3-18 E. Bataan Dr., 10

Albert Barlow 51 Lom ba rd Ave., 3

Thomas Daiigherty 125 1 en eca Dr., 7

Paul Haines Alan Joseph R.R. 1, P hilade lp hi a D r. , 5 253 Victo r Ave., 5

Raymond Bataille 232 Tur ner

Donald D eRoze 2940 S h:;oyer Rd., 9

Joseph Haley 4 Ca rm ichael P I. , 3

Richard Kaiser 211 0 E . Fo ur th St., 3

Robert Batsche 215. S hoop Ave., 7

Edward Dierkers 342 Lowes St., 9

Thomas Harker 4541 'Waym ir e Ave., 6

Robert Kaiser 2110 E.Fo ur th St. , 3

John Beck 1027 S up er io r Ave., 7

Richard Dix 3 Gr ove Ave., 4

Robert Harlett 50 F ill m o re St., 10

Daniel Keehn 2050 T roy St., 4

Donald Bedrowsky 2310 M u nclal e Ave., 10

David Dohner 225 Fernwood Ave ., 5.

Thomas Harman 1721 Grand Ave., 7

Karl Keyes 2325. H oove r Ave., 7

Jack Berry 2409 Oakrid ge Dr.

Richard Dunnigan 1141 H u ffman Ave ., 3

Donald Harris 49 Linden Ave, 3

John Kincade 514 N. Sm ith vill e Rd., 3

John Bellert 524 Corw in S t. , 3

Tod Egan 712 N . B roadway, 7

Joseph Hartfelder 19 And rews St., 10

Thomas Kindle 230 Cast lewood Dr. , .5

Frank Berardi 420 K irkham St., 8

William Eisenhauer 2834 R idgeway

Eugene Hausfeld 135 S. Gadi eld St., 3

Robert Kleckner 427 East D r. , 9

Robert Bettinger 511 Hay nes St., 10

Edmund Esser 2028 N. Main St., .5

Edwar d Head 324 Beverly P I. , 9

Richard Blincoe 8766 N . Main St., 5

Donald Fahnestock 85 As hwo o d Ave., 5

Eugene Hecker 11 2 E dgar Av e., 10

Andrew Knisley 31 E. E m erso n Ave., Fair born

Kenneth Bohman 34 N . Sper lin g Ave., 3

Manley Farm 1618 Westo n a Dr., 10

George Heeter 25. S. Terry St., 3

Thomas Bramlage 717 We ll m eier Ave., 10

Joseph Fecke 805 'Westwood Ave., 7

Donald Heindl 122 Chur ch St., 4

Gerald Breidenbach 638 Ho d app Ave., 10

Walter Federspiel 1246 V ern o n D r. , 7

Jerome Heindl 1913 Fauve r Ave., 10

Donald Brinkman 223 B ri a rcl iff Rd ., 5

Donald Ferdelman 11 20 Epwo rt h Ave., 10

Michael Hemmert 3132 B rooks St., 10

Fred Brun 123 M ar tz Ave., 3

Richard Fiely 263 1 Collin s Ave., 10

John Heyl ]06 Redwoo d Av e., 5

Michael Bulko 748 N. Summi t

James Fleishman R. R. 1, Box 264, 5

Donald Hilgeford 2822 L in de n Ave. , 10

Richard Burger 1240 Patt erso n :R,d., 10

Joseph Fox 1057 P r it z Ave., 10

Charles Hilgeman 501 Kenwoo d Ave., 6

John Burke 633 E . Schan t z Ave., 9

Kenneth Fox 1522 V io la Ave., 5

Louis Hoelscher 824 Cr eig h to n, 10

Raymond Butz 11 35 Beaumon t Ave., 10

Ronald Franklin 1628 Detzen, 4

William Hoff 2037 Gra nd Ave., 7

James Lafferty 136 R idge Ave., .5

Frank Bysack 229 Ediso n St., 7

John Fromholt 5.1 Ash Brook Rd. , 5

Paul Horn 28 14 Ke nv iew Ave ., 10

Robert Lally 1250 H ig hl a nd Ave., 10

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John Knopp 807 Ho dapp Av e., 10 Robert Knoth 216 Kam m er Ave., 7 Cliff'ord Koenig 11 39 H ighl and Ave., 10 Richard Krimm 153 Gra nt St., 4 Anthony Krystofik 21 Murray H ill D r., 3 Elmer Kunk 223 F ill mo re St., 10 Kenneth Kuntz 1222 Troy St., 4 James Kurz 2645 Rive rvi ew Ave., 7

SENIOR DIRECTORY Harry LaPorte 829 L in wo o d St., 5

P ~ t er

Ralph Riancho 120 'W a lton Ave., 7

William Thesing 1930 Tr inity Ave., 9

James La Vielle 228 K necht Dr., 5

Robert Melia 11 34 Ca rili eAve., 10

John Russell 1435 Lexin g ton Ave., 7

Bernard Thill 212 W . No rman Ave., 5

James Lawler 2 12 Burn s Ave., 2

Joseph Meyers 136 Ce ntral Ave., 6

William Sage 126 Had ley Ave., 9

Donald .Thill RR 11 , Box 626F, 10

Robert LeBoeuf 414 A lameda P I., 6

Jerry Michel 28 19 A rge ll a Ave., 10

William Sander 1301 Prin ce t on, 6

Robert Tischer 165 Hi g h St., 3

Richard Lefeld 2822 P r esto n St., 7

Marvin Miller 124 E. Siebe n thaler, 5

Albert Scarpelli 路 320 St. Nic ho las Ave., 10

Joseph Treon 48 V ict o r Ave., 5.

Richard Lensch 1321 H o ll y Av e. , 10

William Miller 238 Maple St., 2

John Schaefer 49 Co r o na Ave., 9

Thomas Tunney 47 Glen wood Ave., 5'

Robert Loeber 1777 Huffman Ave ., 3

John Monaghan 304 K en wood Ave., 5

William Schenking 462 Gran d Ave., 5

Helmut Volk RR I, Box 211

Edward Loges 836 Bail ey St., 4

Carl Monnin 522 S t. N icho las Ave., 10

Donald Schierloh 2132 P er sh in g Blvd., 10

Robert Volk 20 W. Me lfor d Ave., 5

Larry Luehrs 723 Hodapp Ave., 10

Ronald Monnin 140 R osewood Dr., 5

William Schirack 300 E. B ru ce Ave., 5

Donald Vogelsang 35 E. Mumma Ave. , 5

William Lukaswitz 11 Monte ray Ave., 9

Eugene Muth 125. Buckeye St., 2

Donald Schlegel 2454 Ki n g Ave., 10

Richard Walker 70 Baltimore St., 4

Donald Luther 915 Man hattan Ave., 6

Raymond Niedermeyer 323 1 Martel Dr., 10

James Schubert 249 Castl ewood Ave., 5

Donald Watern 11 0 Hunter A\"e., 4 .

James Lynch 219 St. Paul Ave., 3

Richard Niekamp 426 Q uitman Street, 10

William Schulz 1513 Wyoming Ave ., 10

Gene Weaver 21 9 Shoop Av e. , 7

Jerry McAvoy RR3, Box 350, 3

Leo Noll 1506 Ne lso n Ave., 10

James Shansey 610 Ca rli sle Ave., 10

Raymond Weizman 802 Steele Ave., 10

Michael McGarry 514 Grafto n Ave., 6

James Nurrenbrock 925 Xe nia Ave., 10

Frederick Sills 276 Delaw ar e Ave., 5

Robert Weller 6730 Cove ntry Rd., 10

Jerry McGarvey RR 10, Box 320-C

Peter O'Bryan 244 Hawker St., 10

Robert Smith 137 Potomac St., 10

Donald Wellmeier 534 Ko lpin g Ave., 10

Robert McIlvain 1616 Xenia Ave., 10

Thomas O'Meara 11 20 Huffman Ave., 3

William Sommer 846 Wilfred Ave ., 10

Frank McLain 2118 Fauver Ave ., 10

James Omlor 234 R ita St., 4

Lawrence Spatz 1425 W a tervli et Ave., 10

Charles McLaughlin 56 Po rtland Ave., 8

James O'Reilly 330 J on es St., 10

Robert Speller 147 S . Sperlin g Ave., 3

Philip McLaughlin 349 N. B road St., Fairb o rn

Ned Ostendorf 3938 S trathm o re St.

John Spirk 816 Kum le r Av e. , 7

Bernard Mahle 173 Baltimore S t., 4

Robert Paton 3111 R ive rs ide Dr., 5

Charles Spauer 1240 Ho ll y Ave., 10

Thomas Mahlmeister 345 Dell wood Ave., 9

David Pett 3908 Far Hill s Ave., 9

Robert Stack 1625 Rosemont Blvd., 10

Roger Makley 566 S hadow lawn Ave., 9

Denton Phillips 49 F ill more St., 10

Bernard Staub 1831 Neff Ave., 5

Jerome Mangan IS S. Q uentin Ave., 3

Donald Pohl 134 Notre Dame Ave ., 4

Donald Steineman 1636 W esto n Ave., 10

Richard Marks 719 Xe nia Ave., 10

Andrew Pytosh 911 A Iberta St.

Fred Stephans 244 E. Siebe n tha le r, 5

Leonard Marsico Box 61, RR 3, 4

Thomas Reichert 762 Tr oy St. , 4

Will'am Strady 23 S. Delma r Ave., 3

James Mauch 915 Patterso n Rd., 9

Raymond Retter 328 H ardi ng Dr., 5

John Streiff 283 L in den Av e., 3

Joseph Mauro 43 F luh a rt Ave., 8

Jerry Rhein 1544 Ne lson Ave.

Donald Taylor 926 W e n g, 10

Guy West 1100 Wyoming St., 9 Kenneth Werner 424 Stonemi ll Rd. Richard Westendorf 19 Semin ar y Ave., 3 Raymond Wittman 646 H o dap p Ave., 10 Thomas Wilz 924 D ustin Av.e., 7 Thomas Wolf 37 Warder Ave., 5 Raymond Wuellner 28 19 Gra ce Ave., 10 ~onald Wuellner . 2819 Gr ace Av e., 10 Richard Vox 139 Rockwo od Ave., 5 Ger ald Zimmerman 1023 Carli sle Ave., 1'0 Donald Zugelder 108 Lawn St., 5 Gerald Zwisler 829 Stee le Ave., 10 Mitchell Zwolski 2159 B ickmore Ave., 4

Mauro 782 Heck Ave nu e, 8

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NEEDHAM SHELL SERVICE 2401 FAR HILLS AVENUE

DA YTON, OHIO

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Motor Tune-Up

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Minor Repairs

*

135

Brake Service

'SENIOR

C

Rev. James Darby, Homeroom Teacher George Ambrose

Elmer Kunk

Robert Paton

Jack Baber

James Lafferty

William Schenking

Raymond Bataille

James Lawler

William Schirack

Frank Berardi

Philip McLaughlin

Larry Spatz

Ro bert Bettinger

Peter Mauro

Charles Sprauer

John Fromholt

Joseph Meyers

Fred Stephans

Thomas Harman

Ronald Monnin

William Strady

Joseph Hartfelder

Peter O'Bryan

Richard Walker

Jerome Heindl

Ned Ostendorf

Raymond Wuellner

136

Turner's Quality Cleaners 392 NORTH MAIN 5655 SALEM AVE. 205 W. HERMAN

OAKWOOD NASH SALES

Phone: PH 9621

* Far Hills - Dorothy Lane

MARILYN'S 731 WYOMING STREET

Soups -

Sandwiches -

WAlnut 1145

Best Malts in Town

NURRENBROCK PLUMBING .COMPANY

Wilson Freight & Forwarding Di1"ect Se1"vice to Pittsburgh -

Erie -

New York -

Buffalo -

Boston -

Plumbing, Heating, Gas Fitting Philadelphia

and Repair Work

Maryland

*

* Telephone: He 8641

92 5 XENIA A VENUE Bill Strady, MgT. KE 3031

GOOD LUCK TO YOU

CLASS OF '52

CLUB CAYODA

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looking down the road that leads to Tomorrow!

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Today . . . you and your classmates are starting out on a grand adventure at a critical period of world's history. You will find unusual opportumtIes opening up before you . . . new developments in electronics, aviation, building, chemistry, engineering, medicine, and business. You will find demands for countless new things and services, because the march of progress brings with it an ever-increasing complexity of human wants. Yes .. . your journey into Tomorrow will be an eventful one indeed. May you face it with eagerness, and the confidence that you will measure up to every challenge ... fully determined to live up to the high ideals developed during your years at Chaminade High School.

The National Cash Register Company

138

C. W. ZIMMERMAN, INC. BUILDER and

DEVELOPER

139

Phone: MAdison 2911

COMMERCIAL TANK AND

It's . .

WELDING COMPANY

*

POTTER'S

FRANK V. DAKIN

RIVERSIDE

* Steel Fabricators

MARKET

* 43:' Carlisle Avenue

for

DAYTON 10, OHIO

Busse's Ft. Loramie and Compliments

Joe's Russia (Ohio)

of

LIBERTY CABS, INC.

*

*

SAUSAGE

Quick, Dependable Service

Fresh and Smoked

* Phone: ADAMS 5225

140

Compliments of

THE

THE B & C BAKING CO.~

OHIO METAL

INC.

AND

SPecializing Exclusively in

MANUFAC-

Fruit Cake

TURING

* Detailed Service For Business

COMPANY

f5 Holiday Gifts

* Steel Bars Aluminum -

With Best Wishes From

Sheets Brass

EMPIRE TRAILER SALES 399 5 North Dixie Drive

Copper

*

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Reme11tber-Our Location Permits Us to Sell

DAYTON

For Less

OHIO

* TA 0591

14 1

THIEROLF & PRESS THE G.E.L. ELECTRIC CO.

H. Press, Manager

114 E. Second Street

Dry Cleaners and Dyers 1025 S. BROWN

DAYTON, OHIO

PHONE: AD 0393

Records -

PAT'S rrw hen Fl'iends

Sheet Music RebUilding

Tuning

KLOPF'S PIANO SHOP

Meet at a Fl'iendly Place"

Fine Pianos

*

320 SALEM AVE., DAYTON, OHIO

2725 LINDEN AVENUE

RAndolph 6686

Richard Klopf

Compliments of Compli11tents

THE F. H. BICKFORD CO.

of

V ALETERIA CLEANERS

*

TIMMER'S

DAYTON, OHIO

Zenith Hearing Aids

EAST THIRD BODY SHOP

MAIN RADIO SERVICE

Fender Top and Body Shop Painting a Specialty

Richard Millette, Pl路OP.

*

Radio and Television Repair

1333 EAST THIRD STREET

DAYTON, OHIO

136 E. SECOND. ST.

Dayton, Ohio

Phone: ADams 1977

Compliments of

ZIMMERLE CLEANERS

MA TSON'S MARKET

Pete Zimmerle

*

KE 2961

1125 LORAIN 1812 WYOMING

KE 6540

616 FIVE OAKS AVENUE

E. BAKOS GROCERY

Compliments of

SOUTH PARK PASTRY SHOP

* 1231 Superior Avenue

Paul Schenking, Pl路OP. 1033 S. BROWN ST.

*

FU 1032

RA 4022

14 7

Best \Vishes to the

B. G. DANIS CO., INC.

Graduating Class of 1952 General Contractors

*

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MARK'S DRY GOODS DAYTON, OHIO 719 Zenia Avenue

RA THWEG INSURANCE CO.

Excellent Food

623 Hulman Building

OAKWOOD RESTAURANT

Formerly Mutual Home BUilding

Cocktail Parlor

DAYTON 2, OHIO

2414 FAR HILLS AVE.

HE 5981

DAYTON, OHIO

WAlnut 0112

RODERER SllOES

Willhelm Engineering Co.

OPen Evenings till 8:00 Steam and Hot Water Heating

*

Plumbing -

627 XENIA AVENUE MA 3622

TAylor 9161

WASHCO

TA 4478

Excavating -

General Repairing

1332 W. RIVERVIEW

Conn"ete -

Sewers -

Paving

Self-service Laundry

The Finke Engineering Company

"Tl"y the W ashco Way"

114 S. PERRY STREET

2334 N. MAIN ST.

HE 3441

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THE W. H. KIEFABER

co.

Supplies

* 40 KEOWEE STREET

c. F. BONBRIGHT, INC. Distributor

* Schoenling Beer -

Cincinnati's Finest

Miller High Life -

Labatt's Ale

* ADams 1012

751-756 N. FINDLAY ST.

Good Luck to the Class of 1952

DAYTON WIRED MUSIC SERVICE, INC. 231 Hulman Building

ADams 9221

*

Also Industrial, Commercial, School and Institutional Sound Systems (Chaminade's Sound Communication System Was Installed by Us)

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White Clover Dairy Farms HOl1togenized Vitamin D Milk

BARNEY'S CHICKEN IN THE ROUGH

*

KE 6911

MA 5371

E. E. Nurrenbrock

Half Fried Chicken Shoestring Potatoes Hot Buttered Rolls and a

ZIEGLER'S DRUG STORE

Jug of Honey

Prescriptions 1953 EAST THIRD STREET

Without Silverware

Phone: MA 6454

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*

Dayton, Ohio

Phone: KEnmore 8007

"WHERE TO FIND IT"

Poll Parrot Shoes

1430 Wayne Avenue

MAX'S SHOE STORE Shoes fOl" the FamilJI Shoe Repairing

KE 0342

729 WATERVLIET AVENUE

Compli11tents of

DR. I. MA TUSOFF Optometrist

*

35 E. THIRD STREET FU 8811

WILKE'S MARKET

Dayton, Ohio

Compliments of

816 Shedbourne Avenue

MAIN FLOOR COVERING Asphalt Tile - Armstrong Linoleum Plastic Wall Tile

RA 5861

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*

1909 N. MAIN

Phone: RA 3465

~IA

Hymogenized Vitamin D Milk

McCLOSKEY BROS. Pasteurized Milk and Cream - Butter Buttermilk - Cottage Cheese Chocolate Milk - Orange Juice DA YTON, O!:lIO <""

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ZIMMERMAN -BUGDEN

DAYTON MODEL RAIL WAY

CONSTRUCTION CO.

1318 WAYNE AVENUE

SPecialty in Remodeling

DEXTER SALES CO.

and

Army-Navy Surplus

Home Building

Combat Para- Troop Boots -

and

Duffle Bags -

-

Heavy Clothing

B- 15 Jackets

Commercial

26 N . JEFFERSON

*

D & C FOOD MARKET

Tom Zimmerman

Bill Bugden

OR 1651

Class of "47"

7836 N . MAIN STREET

SENIOR 146

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POEPPELMEIERS Wallpaper -

BEIGEL JEWELERS, INC.

Linoleum -

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Paints -

Glass

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Window Shades

* 408 Wayne Avenue

20 North Main Street

MIchigan 7474

RADIO SHACK Television Service SPecialists

Compliments

*

1721 East Third Street

DAYTON COUNCIL No. 500

MA 8571

*

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS

2120 Salem Avenue TA '4679

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1952

*

THE CHAMINADE FATHERS' AND MOTHERS' CLUB

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ASSOCIA TED SPRING CORPORA TION

HAUER MUSIC HOUSE

OHIO DIVISION

*

34 East First Street

Mechanical Springs GERRY HAUER

*

Class of '51

1710-12 East First Street

JIM FLYNN SPORTING GOODS First N. Jefferson Street

Compliments

DAYTON, OHIO

*

of

Complete Line of School Award Sweaters

H.

J. OSTERFELD co.

*

Phone: HE 6329

Open 9 to 9

Dayton's Finest Selection of Used Cars

Get The Best -

Get

* Bond * See "OLLIE" at

. Ow, Word Is

OU1'

LEE HILGEFORD'S

THE TELLING-BELLE

Keowee and Webster

VERNON CO. WELLMEIER'S

Division of National Dairy

SUPERIOR COAL & SUPPLY CO.

Products Corporation

High Quality Fuel Builders' Supplies

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226 EAST FIRST STREET

3623 Linden Avenue MA 1211

Alvin F. Wellmeier

ADams 1212

Carl H. Wellmeier

14B

MERCANTILE SOLES

Best of Luck to the Men of '52

Complete Men's Wear and Soes

KIRK'S VARIETY STORE

*

348 Troy Street

124 S. JEFFERSON STREET FU 9771

Dayton 2, Ohio

Dave Magilvy

DAYTON OPTICAL CO.

L. B. HILGEFORD

Prescription Opticians

Sales -

"Ready to Serve You"

Buick -

Service

*

*

201 N. RIVER STREET

Fidelity Building (Main Floor) HE 7913

Franklin, Ohio

213 S. MAIN

TACOMA GARDENS

Lee Hilgeford Auto Sales, Inc. Chrysler -

661 CREIGHTON

Plymouth

*

Sales and Service

Meet Your Friends Here Before and After the Game Beer - Food - Soft Drinks Cliff Robbecloth, Owne1路

*

355 S. MAIN STREET

DOC'S CORNER CAFE Beer -

Wine -

Best Wishes

Sandwiches

to the

*

CLASS OF '52

Charles F. Buning, P1路0P.

Wenzler Bros. Construction Co.

500 WESTWOOD AVENUE

*

ME 0122

FASHION FURNITURE

Compliments

Fine Furniture at Reasonable Prices of

*

C. R. McAVOY

1322 LINDEN AVENUE

OLive 2460

Dayton, Ohio

Compliments of

ALLEN'S DRUGS BRICHER PLUMBING CO. Linden A venue and Smithville Road 641 Wayne Avenue

FAR HILLS AT DOROTHY LANE AD 9561

149

HE 2632

Our 31st Year

GRAEFF HARDWARE CO.

COUl"tesy

of

1125 -1 1 3 1 WAYNE AVENUE

MERCHANDISE DISPLAYS

L. H. Sinnott, Manage1"

Fence Department

JOSEPH H. BECK VICTOR DRUGS

Fine Watch Repair

3518 N. Main Street

*

1209 U. B. BUILDING

Phone: RA 6045

Dayton, Ohio

KAL T REXALL DRUGS Compli111.ents

of

Opposite Dale Theatre RA 1701

BUDDE SHEET METAL WORKS

1970 N. MAIN ST.

Presc1"iptions Cosmetics -

*Cigars

~

Candy

Luncheonette

C011tpliments

of

ADAM BALLMANN'S SONS

A FRIEND

ARTKRAFT STUDIO Signs -

Showcm"ds -

GENTILE PRODUCE CO.

Displays

22-24 S. St. Clair Street

* 48 EAST FOURTH STREET

DAYTON, OHIO

ADams 8762

SCARPELLI'S SHOE SHOP SANTO HARDWARE AND Sboes Made to 01"del"

PAINTS

*

621 Xenia Avenue

632 N. MAIN STREET

150

~THE BLOMMEL SIGN CO.? 407 E . Fifth

AD 6341

Neon -

*

Commercial Signs

Show Cards Flags -

Dayton 2, Ohio

Truck Lettering

Decorations -

Exhibits

STOMPS CHEVROLET COMPANY 225 South Main Street

DAYTON, OHIO

1850 -

OU1°

102ncl Year -

1952

THE WEHNER ROOFING & TINNING CO. Roofing -

Siding -

Sheet Metal

Furnace f§ Insulation Work

* 5 57 Richard Street

FUlton 3571

FOCKE'S MEATS "Since 1875"

Focke's German Wieners T hey Are Delicious!

* DAYTON, OHIO

151

GOOD WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1952

* SER V -A-TOOL, INC. 309 South

~ain

Street

DAYTON 2, OHIO Phone: HEmlock 0068

* K. C. BUTZ, President

HERB SHOLZ, Vice-President

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Compliments of

Compliments

SREPCO, INC.

of Standard Ra.dio and Electronic

THE DAYTON DRESS

Products

COMPANY

*

Dayton, Ohio

135 East Second Street

Manufacturers of . ..

THE PEOPLE'S PLUMBING SUPPLY CO.

Concrete Pl' oducts -

Concl'ete Blocks

Flexicore Floor and Roof Slabs

Plumbing and Heating Supplies

Sewer Pipe

*

PRICE BROTHERS CO.

210 Wayne Avenue

1932 E. Monument Avenue

HEmlock 5 111 B. B. Flaute, Pres.

HEmlock 7861

CONSTRUCTORS OF THE NEW CHAMINADE BUILDING

B. G. DANIS CO., INC. General Contractors

* DAYTON, OHIO

153

WITH ALL GOOD WISHES FOR THE SUCCESS OF THE CLASS OF '52

THE DAYTON FABRICATED STEEL CO.

* THE DAYTON STENCIL WORKS CO.

* Industrial Steel Service

DABEL SNACK SHOPPE Good Hamburgers Sandwiches -

GRAVELY

Thick Malts

Dinnen -

Carryouts

POWER

*

EQUIPMENT

(3 Doors from Dabel Theatre) 1928 SMITHVILLE RD. AT WAYNE AVE.

for Lawn - Garden -

Compliments of

Farm

*

COLLEGE INN

MEAD MIGHTY MOUSE BABY BULLDOZER

Corner of First and Main

MOTT HAMMER KNIFE MOWERS CELESTE'S BAR Beel" -

Wine

*

Sandwiches

Mows Gl"aSS and Weeds in SU11tmel"

*

Pulvel"ises Leaves in the Fall

1149 S. SMITHVILLE ROAD

Established 1871

MUTH BROS., INC INCORPORATED

* Machinery Movers and Riggers House Moving and Shoring

* Steel Stacks -

Boilers -

Safes

Monuments Hauled and Erected Moto-Crane Service

* 613 -2 5 EAST SECOND STREET ADams 2281

155

C011tpliments of

Best Wishes

CRANE TAVERN

front

200 Crane Avenue

A FRIEND

PAUL'S DRIVE-IN

WM. RIFE COMPANY

Paul H. Ulrich

Jewelen

Sandwiches -

*

ADams 2061

Root Beel"

*

122 S. LUDLOW

3636 LINDEN AVENUE

2411 FAR HILLS

WAlnut 0043

Meats -

KE 0153

Congratulations to the

PENNER'S DELICATESSEN

Class of '52

Evel"ything for a Party

LEFELD BARBERS

3329 E. THIRD STREET HE 0424

3009 East Third Street

lOA. M. to lOP. M .

Compliments of

RUBICON PHARMACY

GOODY -GOODY

Ned D. Jennings

*

RESTAURANT

BROWN AND IRVING AVENUE FU 2411

2841 Salem Avenue

Dayton, Ohio

Compliments of Compliments of

FOOS CLARK'S TAVERN

SHROYER'S SPORTING

Lou Clark

Mrs. Mary Clark

*

GOODS COMPANY

2400 E. THIRD STREET

JULIUS KURTZ, JR.

THE OPEN DOOR ENTERTAINMENT BAR

Intel"iol" Decorating Furniture Refinishing -

The Show Place of Dayton

*

*

700 WATERVLIET AVENUE

Colouring

Antiques Restored

2645 W. RIVERVIEW TA 3680

Dayton 10, Ohio

156

PABST SUPERMARKET Fresh Meats - QualitJI Foods Bee1- and Wine

RUMMAN'S MARKET

*

3123 Linden Avenue

1833 TACOMA STREET OL 2351

Al Pabst, P1-0P.

BLINCOE BROS. SLYDER'S TAVERN

FI01-ists 8766 N. MAIN STREET

836 Watervliet

RA 0711

BAKER'S DRUG STORE Compliments

P1-escriptiom Ca1"efully Co11tp.ounded Cosmetics and Sund1-ies

of

*

MRS. A. W. ARBER

618 FIVE OAKS AVENUE RA 0366

We Have a Pdvate Hall f01"

YOW"

P1"011t Pa1-ty

C011tpliments

*

of

EA T -A.-BITE CATERING SERVICE

MRS. CHRIS VOLK

KE 1149 or KE 6941

NELSON SERVICE

Compliments of

Oakwood Pzu-e Oil

THE

*

DAYTON OAKWOOD PRESS

2331 FAR HILLS AVENUE WA 0182

WA 2161

COVENTRY DEL. 1601 Coventry Road

HAUTMAN CAFE

Dayton, Ohio KE 0102

15 7

r

Compliments of

GRA YBAR ELECTRIC CO., INC.

JUNIOR

E

MALONE CAMERA STORE, INC. rrEverything Photographic"

* 62 E. STROOP ROAD

30 N. MAIN STREET

158

SERVICE BLUE PRINT & SUPPLY COMPANY 400 East First Street DAYTON, OHIO Phone: MIchigan 4726

Bowl and Relax

Compliments

POELKING LANES &

of

COCKTAIL LOUNGE

DALE FASHIONS

*

Jack J. Goldstein

1403 Wilmington Avenue

*

Dayton 9, Ohio

1935 North Main Street

Phone: WA 7849

THEODORE KUEHN MOVERS

Phone: RA 3963

Moving With Care-Everywhe1-e

RALPH'S BODY SHOP

*

Auto Painting a SPecialty

215 Ice Avenue

*

DAYTON 2, OHIO

261 6 Wheeler Aenue

Telephones : FU 8 109 - T A 73 61

FT. McKINLEY

! .. :.

159

I

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- - ---

WEILER WELDING COe, INC. Electric -

Acetylene

Since 1920

-* Equipped to Handle Any Welding Problem METAL SPRAYING

FLAME CUTTING

FLAME HARDENING

FABRICATION OF JIGS

SAND BLASTING

ATOMIC TOOL WELDING HELLIARC D istyibutoy fo y

AIRCO SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND OHIO MEDICAL GASES

324 East Second Street

Phone: FUlton 5186

JUNIOR 160

A

ULLRICH'S DRUG STORE

Cong1"atulations to the Class of 1952

Have YOU1' Next Prescription Filled Here

L. M. PRINCE COMPANY

* 801 LEXINGTON AVENUE

Opticians

*

117 S. LUDLOW STREET

RA 5818

Vito Gaccetta Spaghetti House

SCHELLHAAS DRUG STORE

Noted f01' Its Famous Italian SPaghetti

The Rexall Store

We Serve to Parties

*

* 748 BROWN STREET

1053 LINDEN AVENUE Dayton, Ohio

Dayton, Ohio

Compliments of

TOM MAZZOTTA'S MARKET

Compliments of

Beer and Wine

SCHLIENTZ AND MOORE

*

Funeral Home

1342 GERMANTOWN STREET HE 1738

Dayton, Ohio

WHITE VILLA GROCERS, INC. 1025 East Third Street DAYTON~

OHIO

* GEORGEF. WENDEL Manager

161

j

it

,. ~ :

4q

SENIOR

THE

POEPPELMEIER'S Wallpaper Linoleum -

Paints -

A TRUMAN OPTICAL

Glass

CO.

Window Shades

414 Cooper Building

* 3 EAST SECOND STREET

408 WAYNE AVENUE North East Corner Second and Main

MI 7474 DAYTON 2, OHIO

162

MUTUAL ELECTRIC CO. Commercial- Industrial- Residential

* 619 Si! ver Lane

DAYTON 10, OHIO KE 9127

WHIO 1290 on Your Dial

WHIO-FM 99.1 MC or Channel 256

WHIO-TV Channel 13

BUCHER BROS. Printers

*

819 South Ludlow Street

DAYTON, OHIO

* Printing for the Office., Shop and Sales Dept.

163

BRUNNER'S FOOD AND DRUG MARKET

* REXALL DRUGS

* We Deliver RAndolph 5050 OPen Daily and Sunday

* DOT FOOD STORE

* Prescott at North Gettysburg

164

I

.I

I ,

AMAND PLUMBING &

THE BILTMORE DRUG CO"

HEATING

Dayton Biltmore Hotel

801 Calvent Lane

DAYTON, OHIO

AIR CITY WINE STORE Dave Gough

Compliments of

Gold Beel路 and Wine to Go

SPRA UER'S TAVERN

*

3114 N. DIXIE DRIVE TA 0831

St. Paul and Wyoming Dayton

RAY

J. LITTLE

Accounting and T ax Sel路vice

NORTH\VESTERN TOOL

*

Gene Thomeczek, "1933"

206 SHOOP AVENUE ME 3432

Daily - 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.

Compliments

Sunday - 1 P. M. to 6 P. M.

of

MEYER & BOEHMER

G&P

Funeral Directors

rrOn The Corner"

*

*

South Dixie and Dorothy Lane

173 3 Brown Street

Cincinnati Pike - Route 25

MI 1921

*

*

Look For The Signs

600 Washington Street

TELEVISION

HE 1422

165

Congratulations Class of 1952

NORTHRIDGE INN Beer -

Liquor -

Wine -

Good Food

* * New Troy Pike at Fredrick Pike CHRIS YOLK, P1路0P.

Congratulations To The Graduating Class from

A FRIEND OF CHAMINADE HIGH SCHOOL

HERLE'S rrFormal Rental For All Occasions"

* Open Evenings by Appointment

17 S. JEFFERSON

AD 2071

JOE KOERNER Class of '34

* JOHNNY KOERNER Class of '48

166

BeeT Cooled Con'ectly

JAKE S.C HAAB

KRAMER'S

Shell SeTvice Station

Beer -

*

Wine -

Ice

Party Snacks

3013 NORTH STREET

*

WA 0141

SOUTH MAIN DRIVE-IN BeeT and Wine -

101 8 Irving Avenue

PaTtJI Supplies

DaiTY F,'eeze

*

ANTICOLl'S RESTAURANT

1100 S, MAIN STREET FU 3951

AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE

Bernie Lammert

Finest American and Italian Food

WARNING'S VARIETY

*

Next to the Dale

3025 Salem Avenue

((For Nice Things"

DA YTON, OHIO

.

For Reservations Phone: OR 2264

COMPLIMENTS

OF

A FRIEND

167

SENIOR

F Best 'V ishes to the

Office, RA 11 5 1

Res., MA 4685

1952 Seniors

Full Weight Quality Coal

FRED P. WOLFE

LIBERTY COAL CO.

Portrait Photographers

700 Kumler Ave. at Penn. R.R.

for the rrEAGLE"

DA YTON 7, OHIO

* *

Tenth Floor

U. B. BUILDING Lester F. Hickey, Owne1' ADams 7001

168

WHITE-ALLEN CHEVROLET Ohio's Largest Dealey

* BEST DEAL IN TOWN

* 422 NORTH MAIN STREET HE 4611

SENIOR 169

B

JUNIOR

C

TOOL CRAFT PRODUCTS, INC.

170

We Cater to the Appetites of Particular People SERVIS & BUHL REST AURANT

Compliments

*

of

17 West First Street DAYTON, OHIO

KASTLE ELECTRIC

* 6:30 A. M. to 8 P. M. Except Sundays and Holidays

HARRIS FUNERAL HOME JOE J. PUTHOFF CO.

Established 1898

*

Painting

49 Linden Avenue KEnmore 3129

BOWSER'S SERVICE STATION

29 BILLIARDS

Play Billiards

. Sohio Products

Pocket Billiards

*

SNOOKER

Wayne Avenue at Smithville

FOR RECREATION

Road

29 East Second Street

DAYTON, OHIO

Phone: AD 0892

KE 0144

Congratulations to the Class of ff52"

Compliments

HINDERS of the

HOME FURNISHINGS 1906 East Third Street

RODGERS PONTIAC CO.

DA YTON, OHIO Phone: KE 2322

171

= GREEN MON RESTAURANT 2032 Home Avenue

MILLER SPORTING GOODS, INC.

and

Town f搂 Country Shopping Center

CENTURY BAR 10 South Jefferson Street

68 East Stroop Road and Far Hills Avenue

Liquor -- Beer - Wine Good Food

*

*

Phone: WA 1109

*

Clarence and Marcella Menker, Pl路OPS.

SUN RAY COCKTAIL BAR

ROBERT P. WAGNER

Wayne and Wyoming

Genet"al Insurance

*

John T. Winger tel' Howard L. Wingel路tel路

Third Nat~onal Building FU 3953

AD 0789

MAC'S DELICATESSEN THE WELLMEIER CO. Paints Glass -

Beer

Hardware

and Party Supplies

Groceries .and Notions

Window Shades

*

*.

1616 XENIA AVENUE

600 XENIA AVENUE OL 4416

FAMILY INN Compliments

W here You Meet Your Friends

of

*

DR. R. J. W ARTINGER, O.D.

JOSEPH ZOELLER

1708 Richard Street

HAROLD ZOELLER ANDY ZOELLER

172

Come Dil"ect to Dil"ect First

THE DILLS SUPPLY CO.

Direct Plumbing Supply Co.

Mill f搂 Factory Supplies

109 S. Perry Street

*

Phone: MIchigan 0566

R. T. DILLS, Pl"esident R. A. MILLER, Vice -PTesident

Compliments of

BEN WESTBROCK & SONS Compli1nents of Funeral Home

BUTLER HEATING & AIRCONDITIONING CO. Coal, Gas, Oil Furnaces Repairs R . L.

* Butler,

MYLEE'S DELICATESSEN Cold Ben and Wine

*

'38, Owner

4321 N. MAIN STREET

138 RINGGOLD STREET

RAndolph 0263

MA 7711

Live Better For Less

CHEERHART CLEANERS

Shop At Your

Heart's Desire Cleaning Service Quality Dry Cleaning and

KROGER STORE

Finished Laundry Service

* Co路m pliments

Convenient Neighborhood Stores

McCAULEY CORPORATION

or

For Pick-Up or Delivery

1840 Howell Avenue

Call MA 3685 DAYTON 7, OHIO

173

EDISON CAFE Beer -

Food -

Liquor

*

201 EDISON AD 0971

Compliments of

Congratulation to the Class of "52"

THE STANDARD

KASTLE ELECTRIC

REGISTER Compliments of

ESTRIDGE GROCERY

FROST'S QUALITY MARKET Quality Meats -

Fruits and Vegetables

White Villa Foods

LOWE BROTHERS PAINTS

*

The Largest and Most Complete

3528 N. MAIN STREET

Paint Store in The Miami

Dayton 5, Ohio

Valley Compliments of

*

Griffin's Patent Medicine Store

LOWE BROTHERS PAINT STORE

260 LORENZ AVENUE ME 0280

110-12 East Third Street

N.

J.

DIX & SONS, INC.

Free Pm-king Fue Delivery

*

AD 8284

1601 CHAPEL STREET ADams 8004

174

JUNIOR

B

AD 2962 and AD 5580

Ambulance Service

GEO. A. PFLA UM

*

PUBLISHERS,

GUY

J.

MAGETTI

INC.

FUNERAL HOME . 38 West Fifth Street

324 North Broadway

DAYTON, OHIO

175

CARL'S BODY SHOP Day

01'

Night Towil1g -

Compliments

Free Estimates

of

Body and Fende1路 Specialists

. CATHOLIC YOUTH CLUB

* 1120 WAYNE AVENUE

KE 5166

CARL A. SCHMIDT DRUG CO. TONY FURST FLOWERS "Don't Mahe It An Occasion Mahe It A Habit"

* 73 1 TROY STREET

LEONARD W. BECK

PARKMOOR DRIVE-IN Features Chicken or Shri111,p in the Basket

Congl-atulations to the

MI 7683

CU1路b Se1-vice -

Sandwiches -

Class of "52"

Malts

MRS. VESTA BALLINGER

*

1- 2801 LINDEN AVENUE

Open 24 Hours

Phone: OL 355 5

2- 3801 SALEM AVENUE

ANDY HINDERS

Open 11 A . M. 'til 1 A. M. Friday and Saturday 'til 3 A . M.

Twenty-nine Years

Phone: TA 8812

Ditt11z.onds -

Elgin Watches

Diamond Settings FU 9778

Compliments

845 U . B. BLDG.

of ARROW WINE STORE 39 S. Ludlow St. 900 W . Third St.

DR. EUGENE B. BROWN

2650 Far Hills Ave.

543 Salem Avenue

176

SENIOR

E

Mr. Gerard Faust, Homeroom Teacher Jack Berry

Jerome Johnson

Edward Pytosh

Kenneth Bohman

Thomas Kindle

Ralph Riancho

Sam Ciani

William Knopp

William Sage

Jerome Cochran

Robert Knoth

James Schubert

Thomas Dunnigan

Richard Krimm

William Schulz

Robert Fiely

Richard Lefeld

John Spirk

Joseph Fox

Richa rd Lensch

Bernard Staub

Bruce Gohman

Larry Luehrs

Eugene Weaver

Eugene Hausfeld

Jerome McAvoy

Robert Weller

Louis Hoelscher

Robert Melia

Gerald Zwisler

James N urrenbrock

177

ed n. schoenberger

SILK SCREEN 138 East 2nd Street

Dayton 2. Ohio

GOOD LUCK AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '52

* NEAL'S DAIRY FARMS DAYTON'S LARGEST LOCALL Y OWNED DAIRY

178

STREHLE SHOE REPAIR

FRANK KRONAUGE

Expert Shoe Repairing and Rebuilding Invisible Resoleing

INSURANCE AGENCY

*

*

623-4 Rulman Building

1212 BROWN STREET

Establis/Jed 1923

1408 WAYNE AVENUE FUlton 2162

MI 3376 or MA 3331

THE WAGNER-SMITH CO. Electrical Contractors

* DAYTON, OHIO

SUCCESS TO THE CLASS OF 1952

f

* THE CHAMINADE ALUMNI ASSOCIA TION

179

PATRONS Gastineau Bros. Lee J . Beckman Arbor Fiesta Graul's 5 and 10c Store A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meyers, Sr. George M . Early Mr. Raymond Mahlmeister Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pohl Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lukaswitz Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sturwold Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Jeckering Ed Regan Community Market & Frozen Locker Service 2500 N. Main Street Stoecklein Cafe 1001 Brown Street Jack Wanstrath Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kindle Aman and Co., Jewelers 19 S. Ludlow Street John Spezzaferro A. M. Lafferty Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Smith Weber's Barber Shop 702 Lexington Avenue Reid's Westwood Pharmacy Corner Hoover and Westwood We to Thee, Class of 3D Worms of 1951 - 52 Junior F Sophomore A Sophomore B Sophomore C Sophomore D Sophomore E Sophomore F Sophomore G Freshmen A Freshmen B Freshmen C Freshmen D Freshmen E Freshmen F Freshmen G Freshmen H

Illes Tavern 607 Dakota Street Leonard N . Wolf Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. Schultz Mr. Norman C . Gnau H. H. Bohlman, D.D.S. A. S. Beery Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Fromholt Margart's Cut Rate 274 Henry Street Mr. and Mrs. Chas. T. LaVielle Agnes' Restaurant Dr. and Mrs. Leo H . Hoersting Schiml Cleaners and Dyers 4513 N. Dixie Drive Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Renner "Chuck" Frey Dr. and Mrs. Edward Sachs Meyer Drugs Mr. and Mrs . Robert M. Hoff Mrs. W. E. Strady Mr. and Mrs. K . C. Butz Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Haines Dayton Church Supply Co. 136 N. Third Street Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Egan Donald Fahnestock, '52 Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Clark Ottie Beigel Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Thesing Kennett's Edward F. O'Meara, '46 Ivo Stelzer Joseph N oreikas Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Knoth Ridge Gardens 3901 N. Dixie Drive Mr. and Mrs. H. Niedermayer Mr. Geo. Speller The Fenton Foundary Supply Co. Fernwood Market Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dohner Daflers Hy-Pure Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Zuhl Paul B. Rensch Thill Printing Co.

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