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rHE 1954

EAGLE Published

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Seniors

CHAMINADE HIGH SCHOOL DAYTON

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In this, the Marian Year, the Blessed Virgin, who throughout the whole course of Her life, never departed from the precepts and examples of Her Divine Son, exhorts us in t he same words that She used at Cana, "Whatsoever He shall say to you, do ye." She repeats this same exhortation to us when it is evident that the root of all evils that exist in the world today, have originated in t he fact that many people have forsaken Him. It is the aim of Catholic education to prevent such unfortunate happenings.


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co . I NTRODU.CTION . ADMI N ISTRATION SENIORS . . . . UNDERCLASSMEN ORGAN IZATIONS SPORTS . . FEATURES. ADVERTISEMENTS. SUPPLEMENT.

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Holy Father POPE PIUS XII Now Gloriously Reigning

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CIRCULAR Centenary of the Dogma of the Immaculate Conception MARIAN YEAR

Sylvester Joseph JUERGENS, Superior General of the Society of Mary, Missionary Apostolic, to all the Religious and Affiliated Members of said Society

My Dear Brothers and Affiliated Members, On this anniversary of the Dogma of the Immaculate Conception, I need not exhort you to do all in your power to enter into the spirit and to help carry out the program outlined in the Holy Father's Encyclical "Fulgens Corona." That program could be aptly entitled: " A Better World Through the Immaculate Conception." Our heavenly Mother will be most pleased to see us reproduce her thoughts, words, and actions; we must, therefore, loathe and Bee the least stain of sin, if we wish to . imitate her Immaculate Conception. Our Blessed Mother spurs us all to accomplish this. Is is the real purpose of the Marian Year. In this Marian Year, Christian living can be brought to flourish again, and true

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Christian principles can be applied to all social problems in order to bring true

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peace to our times. But these principles must not remain theoretical; they must be

MOST REV. FR. SYLVESTER JOSEPH JUERGENS, S.M.

put into practice. We must pray that people of matnre age distinguish themselves by Christian honesty and fortitude; that families remain ioyally united, give a sound Christian education to their children, and support one another in peace and by mutual aid . May our Immaculate Queen and Mother, then, make every one of you an apostle of the Marian Year and bless all your efforts with extraordinary success.

Affeqionately and devotedly yours in J.M.]. Sylvester Joseph JUERGENS, S.M. Superior General


His Excellency KARL J. ALTER Archbishop of Cincinnati

In this Marian Year, Archbishop Karl Alter is especially trying to instill into his flock a fervent love of the Blessed Virgin. His zealous efforts have in the past born rich fruit and his peerless guidance will continue to accurately chart and direct our course of striving 路 toward heavenly channels. On leaving Chaminade, a debt of gratitude is owed to His Excellency for the personal interest he has shown in our spiritual well-being. His past example has left in all students an enduring impression that will enable them to accept the responsibilities of Catholic gentlemen in a non-Catholic world.

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The Right Reverend MSGR. CARL J. RYAN For many years, Msgr. Ryan has wholeheartedly thrown himself into the tremendous work of supervising all parochial schools in the Arch-diocese of Cincinnati. In the recent letter of the Holy Father, His Holiness pointed out the necessity of the education of the people so that their faith may be strengthened and their devotion to .the Blessed Virgin increased. Monsignor has worked industriously to fulfill this request. The students of the Marianist school-Chaminade, Daytonwish to extend their thanks for his untiring efforts in their behalf.

REV. EDWARD CONNAUGHTON For the past four years, Father Connaughton has devoted his time to the supervision of Catholic education in the Dayton parochial schools. Without his guidance, Catholic education would not have reached its present high level. In this, "The Marian Year," his work will take on new importance. We know Father will take this task in stride and


BROTHER MATTHEW Principal Clnd Counselor

DEDICATION For many years it has been the hope of faculty, friends, and students for a new Chaminade. Finally, under the guidance of Brother Matthew, our beloved principal, the work was begun on Oct. 17, 1950. Although many were doubtful as to the outcome of his endeavor, the building slowly took shape and was dedicated on May 25 , 1952. The senior class, the whole school, moreover, all those who have been connected with Chaminade owe Brother Matthew a debt of gratitude for what he has done for us, his students. The time has come for Brother Matthew to go on another assignment, but the students he leaves behind will long remember him for his thoughtfulness and inspiring leadership.

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FUN, FREEDOM, FAITH AND FRIENDS ...

"Oh! I love those smiles."

"Don't you think you got too much there, John? "

The old "Eagle" try.

Glee Club works hard to prepare its part in the Christmas program.


"My Lord and My God."

"What's that sly look for? "

Thanks to Mr. Borchers.


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RATION Nothing can be more pleasing to our faculty, lay and religious, than to read the words of His Holiness in proclaiming a "Marian Year, "-the first in the History of the Church. And who can be more qualified than our Brothers,. who have consecrated themselves totally in making Her better known, loved and served, for carrying out the wishes of our Holy Father? We students are indeed privile4]ed and thankful to be under their guidance, especially for this particular occasion.


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BRO. CHARLES ECKHARDT, S.M. Dean of Boys We have been helped in all our endeavors by the capable guidance of â&#x20AC;˘ Brother Charles. His undying efforts to push forward the "goal of education" will always be appr:eciated by the present students and by those who have graduated. He has given his advice and corrected our errors. His smiling face and helping hand will always be remembered, not only by the class of '54, but also by every class passing through the halls of Chaminade. We, the senior class, wish you good luck and happiness. May God bless you and protect you through all the years of your life.

REV. PAUL WAGNER, S.M. School Chaplain The development of our spiritual life and faith is promoted by our Chaplain, Father Paul. He is able to direct us spiritually, since his own life has been consecrated to Mary. His own manner of living serves as an example which will point the way for those who follow and will add lustre to the crown of our Alma Mater. May the Divine Teacher ~nd His Blessed Mother grant him the necessary grace to carryon this noble task so generously begun.

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OUR FACULTY ...

"Your boy is doing wonderfully well in school, but ... ?"

Bro. Anthony, the raffle chairman, calls out the winners.

BRO. OSCAR ARNOLD, S.M ., Cafeteria, Maintenance. BRO. JOSEPH BARRISH, S.M., English,. History, Commercial Art, Junior Council on World Affairs, Scenery for Variety Show and Make-up, Booster Club.

BRO. ALFRED BEIGEL, S.M., U. S. History, Business Manager. BRO . CHARLES BERGEDICK, S.M., Religion, La tin, Orientation, Sodality, Eagle Business Moderator, Service Club, Building Fund.


BRO. JOHN BLANK, S.M., Religion, Eagle Moderator. BRO. JOHN BERTONE, S.M., Maintenance.

BRO. HUGH BIHL, S.M., Religion, Sodality, Building Fund . BRO. ANTHONY BISHOP, S.M., Algebra, Applied Math, . Driver Education, Turkey Raffle Moderator.

FR. ROBERT BROWN, S.M., Library Staff, Librarian, Mail Distributor. BRO. ANTHONY DEINLEIN, S.M., Marianist Magazine.

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TEACHERS ...

A great debate in the making.

Fuzzy showing "Mr. President" the right way.

MR. WILLIAM DONAHUE, Biology, General Science. MR. GEORGE EARLY, Executive Secretary of Alumni Association, Director of Student Employment, Civics, Sociology, Employment Bureau, Graduation.

BRO. CHARLES ECKHARDT, S.M., Commercial Law, Dean, Senior Counselor, Activities Co-ordinator, Graduation, Guest Master. MR. GERARD FAUST, Mechanical Drawing, Shop, Math.


BRO. EDWARD FICK, S.M., English, Superintendent of Buildings, Locks and Lockers, Scrap Drive, Visual Aids, Ticket Manager, Bus Maintenance, Buyer for Maintenance. MR. THOMAS FRERICKS, English, Physical Education, Head Coach of Basketball , Reserve Basketball Coach.

BRO. DONALD GASKILL, S.M. BRO. ROBERT GEARY, S.M., Chemistry, Algebra, Radio ,Club Moderator.

BRO. JOHN HALL. S.M ., Typing, Sales Tax Stamp Project. BRO. ANDREW HAWKE, S.M., American History, Religion, Marianist Drive Moderator, Sodality .


ADVISORS ...

The "magic chef." Bro. Herman, and his helper.

"looks better, doesn't he, Brother?"

BRO. LOUIS HETTICH, S.M., Mathematics, Book Store Assistant. BRO. JOSEPH JANNING, S.M., Mathematics, English, Public Relations, Chaminade Club Moderator, National Honor Society.

MR. ROBERT JAURON, Head F 00 t ball Coach, Baseball Coach,. History, Physical Education. BRO. RAYMOND KACIRK, S.M., Latin, Sodality, Assistant Athletic Director, Cheer. leaders, Rallies.


BRO. RICHARD KEATING. S.M., ' English. Orientation, Service Club Moderator, Community Chest . BRO. ROBERT KELLY, S.M., General Business, Driver Education, Junior Red Cross.

BRO. HERMAN LAMBERS, S.M., Cafeteria Manager. BRO. ROBERT LINDEMANN, S.M., Biology, English, Glee Club, Sodality, Choral Director of Variety Show .

BRO. ROBERT LOCKE, S.M ., Religion. World History, Sodality, Assistant Moderator of Speech Club. Stamp Project Assistant. MR . EDWARD MARRINAN, English, World History, Basketball Coach-Freshman .

MISS AGNES MAHLE Secretary

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.AND FRIENDS

Typing up the winners of the Turkey Raffle.

The beginning to a delightful evening at the Student Council Dance.

BRO. STEPHEN SHEEHY, S.M., Bookkeeping, Business Math, Athletic Director, Alum ni Moderator. BRO. ALAN SPRENGER, S.M English, ~ ~dal ­ Servers Club (Knights of the Alt. ity, Eagle Honor Roll, ScholastiL ;onor Roll.

BRO. RAYMOND STREIFF, S.M., Algebra. Plane Geometry. Head "Concessionaire." Assistant Bus Driver. BRO. NORBERT STURM, S.M., English, Testing Program, Chaminade News, Speech Club, Junior Prom Moderator, Student Council Moderator, Faculty Choir Director, Organist.


BRO. DONALD SULLIVAN, S.M., Latin, Sophomore, Sodality, Concession Stand Assistant, Stamp Project Assistant. BRO. JOSEPH TRAGESER, S.M., Plane Geometry, Band Director, Sodality, Recording Machines and Public Address Systems.

FR. PAUL WAGNER, S.M., Religion, Sodality Moderator, Recruitment Co-ordinator, Assembly Programs. MR. DONALD WEAVER, Biology, Physical Education, Assistant Football Coach, Golf Coach.

BRO. RAYMOND WUCO, S.M., Mathematics, Photography, General Math, Sodality: BRO. EDWARD ZAHN, S.M., Physics, Math Club Moderator.

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Our four years have come to an end. We seniors know that it has passed all too swiftly. We look back at our four years, and then glance into the future, filled with uncertainty. But, nevertheless, uncertain as it may be, we 'can rest assured of guidance from our Blessed Mother. Let us, therefore, never prove to .be untrue to our Blessed Mother, fC)r "A servant of Mary shall never perish."

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EAGLE LEADERS ... The class of 1954 has selected its senior class officers on the basis of merit. Peter Brenner was elected Treasurer because of his intelligence and devotion to school. Vice President, Anthony Gaccetta, was selected because of his enthusiasm and willingness to work. Leadership and character are the two m.ain qualities which make Paul Ahlquist an outstanding President. Jack Ditzel's spirit and ambition are reasons for his election as Secretary. All four have served us well; we thank them.


RADUATES

of 1954 AFFOURTIT, NOEL

F.

Noel

AGNEW, THOMAS

C.

Tom-Class Officer 2, 3, 4 ; Student Council 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; National Athletic Honor Society 3, 4.

AHLQUIST, PAUL

E.

Flash-Class Officer 1; Senior Class President; Math Club, Secretary; Student 3; Chaminade ,News 3, 4; Annual Staff Photographer 2, 3, 4; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Dramatics 3, 4; Photography Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; National Honor Society, Secretary.

AMAN , ANDREW A.

AMMANN , HANS

Drew-Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Dramatics 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Speech Club 2; Variety Show 3, 4 ; Annual Staff. Artist.

Halls-Math Club 3, 4; Sodality 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Variety Show 3; National Honor Society.

AUG, ROBERT

L.

ALLGYER, DONALD

Bob-Perfect Attendance 2; Math Club 3, 4; Chaminade News 3; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 2; Speech Clu~ 2, 3; National Honor Society.

ARKENBERG, ROBERT

J.

Bob-Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 4.

L.

Aug-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; National Athletic Honor Society 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Servers Club 4; Sodality 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4.

BAKER, DUKE H.'

Duke-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4; Class Officer 4; Servers Club 2, 3, 4; Library Staff 2; Sodality 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Speech Club 2; Variety Show 4; National Honor Society.


BANDY, RONALD

F.

BANKER, PAUL

Skip-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4; Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Bas路 ketball 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2; Ten路 nis 1, 2.

BAUMGARDNER, RICHARD

L.

Dick-Bowling 1; Intramurals 3, 4; Dramatics 4.

M.

Pikey-Class Officer 2, 3, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President; Variety Show 3, 4.

BERBERICH, ALOYSIUS J.

AI-Perfect Attendance 1; Class Officer 2; Booster Club 1, i; Annual Staff, Business; Bowling 2; Intramurals 2, 3; Glee Club 3.

BATSCHE, RONALD R.

Scratch-Chaminade New s 3; Sodality 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

BERK, EDWARD

F.

Ed-Perfect Attendance 1, 3, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4.

BERRY, JEROME C.

BIR, JEROME A.

JeffY-P e r fee t Attendance 4

Jerry-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4 ; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Junior Achievement 4.

Class Officer 1, 4 ; Football 1 Sodality 1, 2, 4; Intramurals 3, 4 Variety Show 4.

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BARHORST, JAMES A .

Roach-Sodality 4; Intramurals .1, 4; Glee Club 4.

BERNER, GEORGE J.

George-Perfect Attendance 1, 2" 3, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3; Junior Achievement 3, 4.

BLATZ, DONALD

C.

DOl/-Perfect Attendance 1, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4.


BLINCOE, B. JOSEPH

J oe-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

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\ BONDURANT, RICHARD

1.

Dixie-Perfect Attendance 3, 4 ; Class Officer 2, 3; Annual Staff, Business; Intramura.1s 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 4; Tennis 4; Variety Show 4; Cheerleader.

BROWN, RALPH

V.

Rocky-Student Council 2 4; Football 1, 2, 4; Sodality i, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4; Sodality Convention.

BONSER, JAMES

E.

BRENNER,

Jim-National Athletic H 0 nor Society 3, 4; Bowling 1; Sodality 1; Glee Club 3; .Tennis 2,3; Variety Show 3; Annual Staff, Editorial.

BRUGGEMAN, THOMAS

G.

Bmggie-Perfect Attendance 1, 4; Servers Club 1; Cafeteria Squad 1, 2; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

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PETER

Pete-Honor Roll 1; Class Officer 2, 3; Senior Class Treasurer; Math Club 4; Annual Staff, Sports Editor; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society, Vice President.

BR UN, JOHN J.

Jack-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Sodality 1 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 .

BRINKMAN, WILLIAM

N.

Bl路il1k-Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee, President; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Achievement 4.

BRYANT, JOHN

O.

Johnl1y-Perfect Attendance 4; Class Officer 1; Basketball 2; Servers Club 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Squad 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Variety Show 3; Basketball Manager 3.

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BUDDEN DECK, GERALD

A.

Jerry-Perfect Attendance 1; Intramural s 2, 3; Sodality 4 .

BUSSE, ROBERT

F.

Berlbtl-Class Officer 3, 4; Sodality 1.

BURGER, JEROM E E.

BURKE, TERRENCE J .

Jerry-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Photography Club 2 ; Radio Club 3.

T erry-Bowling 1, 2, 3; Sodality 1, 2, 3; Junior Achievement 4.

BYRNE, PATRICK J.

Pal-Sodality 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2. 3.

CABLE, JOHN A. Jobnny-Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; National Athletic Honor Society 4.

BURKHARDT, DANIEL

F.

Bucket-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4; Sodality 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Variety Show 3; Bookstore 1.

CAPORAL, ROBERT E.

Coop-Honor Roll 1; National Athletic Honor Society 3, 4; Class Officer 3; Student Council' 1; -Football 2, 3, 4; Bowling 1; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; National Honor Society.

CAULFIELD, EDWARD

J.

Ed-Football Manager 2, 3, 4; Sodality 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.


CLARK, JOHN

H.

CLARKE, WILLIAM

John ny-Perfect Attendance 1, 4; Sodality 1, 2.

DALY, THOMAS

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Willie-Honor Roll 1, 2; Perfect Attendance 2; Class Officer 3; Basketball 3; Booster Club 1; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 4 ; National Honor Society.

COOPER, JOHN

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CORBETT, JAMES J.

Coup-Perfect Attendance 4; Sodality 2; Intramurals 2, '3, 4; Red Cross Representative.

Big Jim-Class Officer 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Squad 3; Baseball 3, 4.

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Tom-Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2; Sodality 1, 2. 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

"J ust want the facts, Joe!"

DAVIS, JAMES

L

Jim-Perfect Attendance 1, Class Officer 2; Basketball 1, Booster Club 2; Intramurals Band , Drum M ajor, 2, 3, Speech Club 2; Variety Show

DEMETER, JOHN

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Jack-Intramurals 3.

DE V ANNEY, VINCENT

L

Vince-Class Officer 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

DITZEL, JACK

L

Dilz-Class Officer 1, 2, 4; Senior Class Secretary; Chaminade News 3, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Glee' Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4, Captain; Cayoda Council 3. 4, President.

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RADUATES OF 1954

DORSTEN, RICHARD

L.

Dick-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4; Class Officer 3, 4; Sodality 1, 2; Intramurals 2, 3, 4.

DRERUP, JOHN J .

Quite content . .. but seriously at work. "Who are you trying t" fool fellas?"

DUGAN, MARTIN C. Marty-Perfect Attendance 1, 4' Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

DUNNIGAN, JEROME

Little Oll e-Perfect 1, 2; Cafeteria Squad murals 2, 4; Cayoda Football Statistics 3,

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Johnnie-Perfect Attendance 4 路 Booster Club 1; Sodality 1, 2, 3 ~ 4; Intramurals 3, 4; ] u n i 0 r Achievement 4.

DWYER, JAMES P. George-Perfect Attendance 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Sodality 1. 2, 3, 4.

DUOLEY, ROBERT R.

Bob-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4;路 Class Officer 2; Booster Club 4; Chaminade News 3, 4; Annual Staff, Artist ; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 library Staff 4; Glee Club 4 Dramatics 4; Variety Show 3, 4 Alumni Secretary Assistant.

EARDLY, DONALD

W.

DOll-Golf 4; Sodality 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4.


EISENHAUER, THOMAS

W.

Tom-P e r fee t Attendance 4; Football 1; Math Club 4; Chaminade News 4; Annual Staff. Business; Servers Club 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4.

FECHER, ROBERT

A.

Bob-Perfect Attendance 2 ; Sodality 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

FISCHER, RICHARD

A.

Flash-Sodality 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2.

ELWORTH, DONALD

T.

Ells-Math Club 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4; Glee Club 2; Variety Show 4.

FERDELMAN, THOMAS J .

Dad-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Booster Club 1, 2; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4.

FORTKAMP, FREDERICK J.

Fred-Perfect Attendance 2, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4.

EVERS, JEROME 1. Jer,.y-Perfect Attendance 1.

FARKAS, EDWARD

C.

~d-Perfect A ttendance 2; Sodal-

Ity 2, 3, 4; G lee Club 3, 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4 .

FISCHER, EOWARD

V.

Sonny-Perfect Attendance 1; Library Staff 3; Glee Club 4; Junior Achievement 4.

FRONING, JACK

FISCHER, PHILIP

W.

Phil-Class Officer 3, 4; Sodal路 ity 1; Intramurals 2; Band 1. 2, 3.

B.

Frog-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4 Sodality 1, 2, 3; Glee Cl ub 3, 4 Dramatics 4; Variety Show 3, 4 Cheerleader 3, 4, Co-Captain.

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GACCETTA , ANTHONY

J.

T OIIJ-P e r fee t Attendance 1;

GEBHARDT, DONALD L. D Oli

Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Senior Class Vice President; Football l. 2, 3; Annual Staff, Business; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals l. 2, 3; Variety Show 4; Cheerlead er 4; National Athletic Honor Society 3, 4 ; Junior Prom Committee.

GIBSON,

W.

RICHARD

Dick-Basketball 1; Boo s t e r Club 1; Sodality 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3. 4; Dramatics 3, 4 ; Variety. Show 3 .4; Football Manager 2.

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GEHRICH , JOHNL.

Johllily-Library Staff

1; Sodal-

GEISLER, EDWARD L.

Blitch

ity 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4; Junior Achievement 4 .

GOECKE, ROBERT J.

GOOD, RONALD ] .

GOODE, KENNETH A.

Bob-Perfect Attend ance 1, 2; Student Council 3, 4 ; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Cafeteria Squad 3; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Intramurals 1, 2; Glee Crub 1, 2; National Athletic Honor So路 ciety 3.

ROIl-Intramurals 1, 2.

Kell-Perfect Attendance 1, 4; Class Officer 1; Football 2; Annual Staff, Subscription Manager; Intramurals 1, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Junior Achi evement 3, 4.

GOUBEAUX, ROBERT E.

GREGER, JAMES F.

Bob-Perfect Attend ance 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Cafeteria Squad 3, 4; Sodality 2, 3, 4 ; Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, President ; N ational Honor Society .

Jim - Honor Roll 3; Sodality 1,

Joe-Honor Roll 3, 4; Perfect-

2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; N ational Honor Society.

Attendance 3; National Honor Society.

GUENTHER, FRANK J.


HAINES, PATRICK E.

Pat- Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Variety Show 1, 2, 3.

Senior D in action during mid-term examinations.

HARDIN, RICHARD J.

HAUER, DONALD R .

Curly

D Oli-Football 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

HEIMAN, RICHARD

Dick-Honor Roll

W.

1, 2,

3, 4; Perfect Attendance 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4, Treasurer; Sodality 3, 4; National Honor Society.

HAUSFELD, JEROME

A.

Jerry-Perfect Attend ance 1.

HEIDENREICH, ROBERT

L.

Rock-Bowling 1, 2, 4; Sodality 2, 3, 4.

HELMIG, JAMES R .

HICKERTZ, FRANZ H.

HIEBER, THOMAS E.

Ji m-Honor Roll 1; Perfect At-

Franz-Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4.

H eeb-Perfect Attendance 1, 4; Soda lity 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

tendance 1, 4; Annual Staff, Editorial ; Sodality 1 , 2, 3; Glee Club 3; Intramurals 1, 3, 4; Dramatics 4; Variety Show 3: N ational Honor Society.

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HILDEBRAND, JOHN C. John C.-Perfect Attendance 1; Sodality 1, 2, 3, '4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Speech Club 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; National Honor Society.

HINDERS, RALPH

M.

Ralph-Perfect Attendance 2, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3.

HOLLIDAY, KENNETH E.

Ken-Honor RoIL3; Math Club 4; Intramurals 3,' 4; National Honor Society.

HUELSMAN, JOHN A.

HUESMAN, EDWARD H.

JABLINSKI, ADOLPH R.

Jack

Ned-Sodality 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2; Band 3. 4.

Butch-Chaminade News 4; Library Staff 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Junior Achievement 3; Variety Show 3, 4.

HUBER, DAVID C. D.1ve-National Athletic Honor Society 3, 4; Class Officer 1; Student Council 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1; 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4.

JACKOWSKI, DONALD J.

So 1111 y-Perfect Attendance 1; . Student Council 1, 2; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

"How do you know? He won't be in for another week or so! "

JANNING, CHARLES

W.

ChaJ-Class Officer 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; National Athletic Honor Society 3, 4.


JEROME, JOSEPH

G.

Little Joe-Sodality 3, 4.

JOHNSTON, ROBERT P.

KApPEN, WILLIAM J.

Bob-Perfect Attendance 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4; Variety Show 4.

Jay-Perfect Attendance 1; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 3; Variety Show 3.

KARL, PAUL

B.

Peachie-Football Manager 2, 3, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 1.

KELLER, THOMAS E.

Tom-Intramurals 3, 4; G lee Club 4; Variety Show 3, 4.

A grand tribute to Our Blessed Mother-opening of the Marian Year at Chaminade.

KELLY, DENIS R.

KENNEDY, HARRY L.

Denny-Class Officer 2, 4; Servers Club 2, 4; Sodality 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Junior Red Cross 3, 4.

HalTy-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4; Chaminade News 3, 4; Annual Staff, Editor-in-Chief; Servers Club 1, 2; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intmmurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 4; School Correspondent 2, 3, 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Variety Show 4.

KERBY, ROBERT

N.

Kerb-Perfect Attendance 2; Intram urals 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4.

KOHR, EDWARD

A.

Ed-Perfect Attendance Junior Achievement 3.

1, 4;

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RADUATES of 1954 KRAUS, JAMES

A.

Jim-Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 3; Chaminade News 3, 4; Annalll Staff, Editorial; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 4; Variety Show 3, 4; National Honor Society.

KUNTZ, GERARD,B.

Kunlzee-Intramurals 3, .4; Glee Club 4; Junior Achievement 4; Variety Show 4 .

LAFFERTY, MICHAEL A. Mick-Class Officer 3, 4; Sodal- .

ity 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

Just admiring!

LANGE, LAURENCE E .

Larry-Math Club 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; National Honor Society.

LAQUAGLIA, NICHOLAS

A.

LillIe Banjo-Perfect Attendance 1; Sodality 1.

LAUKHART, MICHAEL

2, 3, 4.

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C.

L II C a i-Perfect Attendance 1; Class Officer 1; Servers Club 1; Sodality 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1,

LEHMAN, EUGENE

L.

Gene-Perfect Attendance 3; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Dramatics 3.


LEMONS, DONALD E. DOli-Class Officer 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4.

LUEHRS, RICHARD

J.

LEO, JEROME

Jerry-Perfect Attendance 1, 3. 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 4.

LYNCH, GERALD R.

Dick-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff, Editorial; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Intramurals 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Dramatics 3, ( Variety Show 3, 4; Bookstore 1.

MALONE, NORMAN

LENSCH, DONALD R.

D Oli-Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Booster Club 1; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Variety Show 3'.

H.

N orm-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Servers Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Achievement 3.

Je1'l'y-Sodality 1, 2; Intramurals 3; Band 1, 2.

MANNING, ARTHUR

Art-Basketball 3; Bowling 2, 3; Sodality 1; Intramurals 1; Dramatics 3; Photography Club 1; Baseball 3, 4.

MADER, DONALD

L.

DOli-Honor Roll 3; Perfect Attendance 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff, Business; Bowling 1; National Honor Society; Stage Crew 4; Junior Achievement 4.

LIMBERT, ORVILLE

L.

Orv-Sodality 4; Intramurals 3; Glee Club 4.

MAHLE, DAVID C.

D c/!.'e-Intramurals 3, 4 .

MANGAN, NEIL E. Neil-Perfect Attendance 3; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Variety Show 3.

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MASCHINO, DALE J.

MAYER, MATTHEW J.

MEHALL, BERNARD S .

Mash-Bowling 1, 2; Sodality 1, 2; Intramurals 3, 4; National Honor Society.

Hairy-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4; Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Intra路 murals 1, 2, 3, 4.

Benzie-Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Perfect Attendance 1; Class Officer 2, 4; Student Council 路 3; Math Club 3, 4, Vice President; Annual Staff, Editorial; Bowling 1; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Junior Achievement 3; Variety Show 3; National Honor Society.

MICHEL, LOUIS

F.

LOllie- Honor Roll 1; Class Officer 2; Sodality 1, 4.

MIKULA, STEPHEN

R.

S tell e-Perfect Attendance 1; Cafeteria Squad 3; Sodality 1, 2; 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Speech Club 2.

MOON, JAMES M.

Jim-Cafeteria Squad 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 4.

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MONNIG, NORMAN

J.

Norm-Perfect Attendance 1, 2; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4.

MOORE, JAMES

E.

Jesse-Chaminade News 4; Intramurals 4; Junior Achievement 4.

MEYERS, DAVID

F.

Dave-Perfect Attendance 1, 3, 4; Bowling 1, 2, 3; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals' 1; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4.

MONNIN, CARL

F.

Cad-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4; Math Club 3, 4; National Honor ' Society; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4.

MURRAY, THOMAS J .

Murphy-Class 0 f f ice r 1; Sodality 1, 2.


McDoNALD, J. THOMAS

Mac-Bowling 1, 2, 3; Sodality 1, 2, 3; Junior Achievement 4.

"Now, look perty, and give us a nice big smile. Fine!"

McELDOWNEY, RALPH H.

McILVAIN, DALE E.

McINTYRE, JAMES M.

McMILLAN, JOHN R .

Mac-Honor Roll 1, 2; Perfect Attendance 1; Sodality 1, 2; National Honor Society; Intramurals 2.

Mac-Perfect Attendance 1; Football Manager 3; Booster Cl ub 1; Intramurals 1, 2; Variety Show 4.

Mac-Booster Club 3, 4; Chaminade News 4; In tramurals 4.

Mac-Sodality 1; Glee Club 3; Variety Show 3.

NARTKER, THOMAS

A.

Tom-Cafeteria Squad 3; Perfect Attendance 1; Sodality 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Achievement 4.

NEEDHAM, THOMAS R.

NIEKAMP, JOHN

F.

NIELSEN, HAROLD

G.

Tom-Perfect Attendance 1, 4;

Jake-Perfect Attendance 1, 2,

Hal-Math Club 4; Booster Club

Class Officer 1; Student Council I; Football 1, 2, 3, 4.

4; Sodality 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

1; Chaminade News 4; Annual Staff, Editorial; Sodality 2, 3, 4; Junior Achievement 4; Speech Club 2, 3, 4.

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NORRIS, WILLIAM

A.

Skinner-Sodality 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Variety Show 4.

OSTOPYAK, JOHN

Joseph-Perfect Attendance 1, 2; Sodality 1; Junior Achievement 4.

"YQU' re tickling me! "

O ' DONNELL, JEREMIAH

T.

Digger-Perfect Attendance 3; Football 3, 4; Sodality 1; Intramurals 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Variety Show 3.

OTT, CHARLES

L.

Chm'lie-Honor Roll 3; Perfect Attendance 2; Class Officer 4; Math Club 3, 4; Chaminade News 4; Annual Staff, Organizations' Ed.; Servers Club 4 ; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Jr. Achievement 3; Tennis 3, 4; Variety Show 4; Nat. Athletic Honor Soc. 3, 4; Nat. Honor Soc.

O ' DONNELL, JOHN D.

OSSEGE, RONALD

Jack-Perfect Attendance 1, 2; Class Officer 2; Bowling 1, 2; Football Manager 2, 4.

PATTERSON, \X1ILLIAM

F.

Pat-Perfect Attendance 1, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; J u n i 0 r Achievemen t 3; Variety. Show 3, 4.

F.

ROil-Sodality 1, 2, 3; Spelling Bee 3; Perfect Attendance 1.

PAYNE, RICHARD

L.

T ex-Class Officer 3; Football 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

PAYNE, ROBERT

M.

Bob-P e r fee t Attendance 4; Class Officer 2, 3; Student Council 4; Golf 3, 4; Annual Staff, Editorial; Servers Club 1; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.


PFEIFFER, THOMAS

Tom-Perfect Attendance 1, 2. 4; Cafeteria Squad 3; Sodality 1. 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President; Variety Show 3, 4.

REBOULET, RONALD

POWERS, MICHAEL

E.

M ike-Perfect Attendance 4; Math Club 3, 4; Annual Staff. Features' Editor; Bowling 1; Servers Club 1; Sodality 1, 2. 3, 4; Dramatics 3. 4; Variety Show 4.

POWERS, WILLIAM M.

PYTEL, LEONARD R.

Bill-Perfect Attendance 1, 2; Football 2, 3; Booster Club 1; Cafeteria Squad 3; Sodality 1, 2. 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Achievement 4; National Honor Society.

LeI/-Class Officer 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Squad 3; Intramurals 2, 3; Glee Club 3; Variety Show 3; Perfect Attendance 1, 4.

C

Reb-Perfect Attendance 1.

"bid you ever see such a motley looking crew?"

REICH, LOUIS

G.

LOllie-Perfect Attendance 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4.

REID, CHARLES H. Chllck--Class Officer 1, 2; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Speech Cl ub 1, 2; V a r i e t y Show 3.

R EINERT, LEONARD V. Lell-Perfect Attendance 4; Chaminade News 1.

REMLEY, JOHN

A.

Jack-Perfect Attendance 4; Solality 4; Intramurals 4; Junior Achievement 4; Speech Club 4.

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RADUATES OF 1954 RODERER, LAWRENCE C. L a r l' y-Perfect Attendance 4; Bowling 1; Intramurals 4; Band 1, 2; Glee Club 4.

RUFF, LAWRENCE

Picking up some pointers on comedy'

SAWAYA, GEORGE

A.

Sam-Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; Nation al Honor Society, Treasurer; Class Officer 4; Math Club 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary; Variety Show 3, 4. 48

SCARPELLI, EDMUND R .

Ed-Class Officer 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 .

A.

Larry-Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 4; Chaminade News 3, 4; Annual Staff, Theme Ed路 itor; Sodality 2, 3, 4; Band 3, 4; School Correspondent 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; National Honor Society.

SCHAAF, DONALD C. D on-Perfect Attend ance 1, 4 ; Booster Club 1; Annual Staff, Advertising Manager; Library Staff 2, 3, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 3, 4; Dramatics 3, 4; Junior Achievement 3; Speech Club 3; Variety Show 4; Servers Club 4.

RUMPLE, ROBERT

M.

Bob-Basketball Manager 1, 2 ;' Cafeteria Squad 3; Intramurals 1, 3; Perfect Attendance 1, 4.

SCHMIDT, LEON

J.

Smitty-Class Officer 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Football 1; Annual Staff, Business; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Junior Achievement 3; Variety Show 3, 4 .


SCHNEBLE, WALTER J.

SCHNEIDER, C. PHILLIP

D oc-Perfect Attendance 4; Student Council 4; Sodality 1, 2. 3, 4 ; Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; Stage Crew 2.

Gooch-Stage Crew 4.

SCHOMMER, THOMAS

L.

Tom-Perfect Attendance 1, 4; Servers Club 1, 2, 3; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Manager 1; Variety Show 3; 4.

SHANE, RICHAR[) J.

Dick-Perfect Attendance 1, 2; Class Officer 1; Annual Staff, Business; Library Staff 2; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4.

SCHREIN, DANIEL D.

Dan-Glee Club 3, 4; Tennis 3. 4; Variety Show 4.

SHOCK, RALPH

E.

Gene-Class Officer 4; Cafeteria Squad 3; Intramurals 1, 2.

SCHOCKMAN, JOHN

A.

Je'TY Lewis-Perfect Attendance 3; Sodality 3, 4; Glee Club 3. 4; Variety Show 4.

SCHUDER, HENRY

J.

SCHUMACHER, JAMES

A.

Jilll-Chaminade News 4; Sodality 4; Speech Club 4; Variety Show 4; National Honor Society .

Cat

SHUMARD, KENNETH

SCHOENBERGER, H. ROBERT

Bob-Math Club 3, 4, President; Chaminade News 4; Annual Staff, Business; Sodality 1, 2; School Correspondent 4; Photog路 raphy Club 1; National Honor Society, President.

E.

Ken-Basketball 2.

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SIPOS, VINCENT J.

SIPPLE, JAMES

Si-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3. 4; Junior Prom Committee; Booster Club 1; Annual Staff. Business Manager; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3. 4; Photography Club 1. 2; Junior ' Achievement 3; Variety Show 4; Radio Club 3.

Jay-Sodality rals 3.

1.

2;

L.

SOLLENBERGER, THOMAS

SODER, EDWARD J.

SLATER, JOSEPH

Intramu-

D.

Solly-Annual Staff, Business; Glee Club 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4.

Ed

STEIN, RICHARD

A.

Dick-Perfect Attendance 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4; Glee Club 2, 4; National Athletic Hono r Society 3.

STAFFORD, JOHN

P.

Johlilly-Perfect Attendance I, 2, 4; Basketball 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

STEINER, RICHARD

J.

Dick-Perfect Attendance 1; Annual Staff, Editorial; Sodality 1. 2, 4; Photography Club 1, 2.

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F.

. Joe-Perfect Attendance 1; National Athletic Honor Society 3, 4; Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

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SLOAN, THEODORE W.

Thaddeus-Student Council 1; Sodality 1; Intramurals 4; Stage Crew 1; Glee Club 1, 4.

STARON, WALTER

C.

Bllddy-Booster Club 1; Annual Staff, Business; Bowling 1, 2; So~ality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 4; Dramatics 4; Variety Show 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Baseball 3.

STENGEL, WILLIAM

L.

Casey-Perfect Attendance Annual Staff, Business.

2;


.-

STINE, ROBERT

..-

D.

Red-Intramurals 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Variety Show 4.

"Now, don't go floating around to other tables after this!"

SUHR , EDWARD

J.

Ed-Perfect Attendance 1; Class Officer 2; Bowling 1; Cafeteria Squad 3, 4; Sodality I, 2, 3; Intramurals 3, 4; Band 2, 3; Junior Achievement 4.

TISCHER, RICHARD E.

Dick-Math

Club 4; Annual Staff, Editorial; Bowling 1, 2; Stage Crew 4; Speech Club 3, 4; National Honor Society.

SUTTMAN, LAWRENCE J.

TEPE, BERNARD J .

THOMA, WALTER J.

Larry-Booster Club 3; Cafeteria Squad 2, 3, 4; Sodality 4.

Bell-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 .

Buddy-Perfect Attendance 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3. 4; Intramurals

TOBE, JAMES

J.

FhlSh-Perfect Attendance J: 4.

TREON, WILLIAM

1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Achi evement 4.

C.

Bill-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 1; Sodality I, 2, 3. 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Baseball 3. 4.

TROCIN, ROBERT E.

Bob-Class Officer 2; Student Council 2; Booster Club 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2. 3. 4; Tennis 1, 2.

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TRUXEL, ROBERT W .

Bill-Honor Roll 2; National Honor Society; Cha:minade News 3, 4; Sodality 2, 3, 4; Speech Club 3, 4.

TRZECIAK, PAUL

C.

Tl'acy-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4; Sodality 1, 2; Intramurals 3. 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4.

VICKERS, JAMES E.

VYSZENSKI, JOHN J.

Red-Perfect .t\:ttendance 1; Intram urals 4.

Johnny-Perfect Attendance 1; Servers Club 2, 3, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 2, 3.

TULLIS, THOMAS

D.

VERSIC, THOMAS

Turk-Perfect Attnedance 1, 2, 3, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3; National Honor Society.

WAGNER, HERBERT

S.

Bert-Golf 3, 4; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4.

C.

Tom-Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 1, 2.

WAGNER, JOHN

Johnny

"HI-va, Babe! "

-

.

.. .

-"

-

WALKER, JAMES R .

Jim-Class Officer 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3.


WEBER,

WALTER, JOHN

Johnny

WENZEL, THOMAS

C.

LAWRENCE

Web-Math Club 3, 4; Intra路 murals 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Speech Club 2; Baseball 4.

WEGERZYN, WALTER V. IValt-P e r f e c t Attendance 1; Class Officer 3, 4; Football Manager 1; Football 2, 3, 4; Bowl- . ing 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

WENING, JERRY

G.

JeITy-Honor Roll 1; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Librarian; Glee Club 1, 3; Variety Show 3.

E.

Tom-Library Staff 1; National Honor Society.

"On this day, a Beautiful Mother . . . " Jerry Wenning accompanies on the organ.

WINHOVEN, JOHN

R.

IVinny-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.

WISSMAN, NORMAN

R.

N arm-Perfect Attendance 1, 4.

WOLF, JOHN

H.

Jack-Servers Club 2, 3; Sodality 2, 3.

WOLF, PHILIP L. Phil-Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4; Intramurals 1.

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RADUATES

for 1954 WOURMS , GUY

R.

Red-P e r f e c t Attendance 4; Class Officer 3; Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4.

WAGER. ARTHUR

J.

Al'l

WUERSTL, DALE

J.

Dale-Perfect Attendance 1; So.' dality 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 4.

"Butch" gets a big hand at the Purcell rally.

WUERSTL, DONALD

DOll-Intramurals 1. 2. Band 1, 2. 3, 4.

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M. 3. 4;

ZIMMER, KENNETH E.

ZIMMERMAN, DONALD E.

K en-Bowling 1, 2; Sodality 1. 2, 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3.

Blilch-Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Football I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4.

ZIMl\I ERMAN, EDWARD

J.

Zeke-Perfect Attendance 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4, President; Junior Prom Committee; Booster Club 1, 2; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Photography Club 1, 2; Junior Achievement 4 ; Variety Show 4.


.... 1

the Queen, -early crowns ,r路ctory Rally 路 t the ,,1 . Reich, a

in拢. l"

LOUie

After dinner "spruce-up."

"M

ah, dear students


I

I

rrJoe Chaminade" GENE SHOCK


SENIOR A: Most Intellectual-Robert Schoenberger; Most Likely to StlcceedFrank Guenther; "Joe Chaminade"-Don Hauer; Most Athletic-Joe Slater; Best Dressed-Robert Trocin; Most PopularRichard Luehrs; Best Looking-John Clark.

SENIOR B: Best Dressed-James Kraus ; Most A thletic-Dave Huber; Best Looking-Terry Burke; Most Likely to Succeed-Pete Brenner; M 0 s t PopularBernard Mehall; Most Intellectual-William Truxel ; "Joe Chaminade"-B i 11 Clarke.

SENIOR C: Best Looking-Jack Ditzel; Most Pop u I a r-Mike Lafferty; "Joe Ch ami n a d e"-Don Elworth; Best Dressed-Jim Moon; Most IntellectualHans Ammann; M 0 s t Athletic-B i 11 Brinkman; Most Likely to SucceedJerry Berry.

SENIOR D: Best DreJJed-Paul Banker ; "Joe Chaminade"-Gene Shock; Be s t Looking-Dick Dorsten; Most Athletic .....,Don Zimmerman; Most Likely to Succeed-Walter Wegerzyn; Most Intellectual-Donald Mader; Most PopularVincent DeVanney.

SENIOR E: "Joe Chaminade"-Louis Reich; Most Popular-Ed Zimmerman; Best Dressed-James Walker; Most Athletic-Tom Needham; Most Intellectual -Charles Ott; Best Looking-D i c k Baumgardner; Most Likely to SucceedRobert Busse.

SENIOR F:"Joe Challlinade路'-Bill Patterson; Most Popular-Robert Stein; Most Likely to Succeed-Neil Mangan; Most Athletic-'-----Robert Goecke; Be J I DreJJed-Philip Fischer; Best LookillgOrville Limbert; Most Likely to Succeed -James Greger.

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CLASSMEN

The foremost thought in our minds as Underclassmen is to attain the goal of being a graduate of Chaminade High School. Thus, we would be considered a Christian Gentleman, which is one of the highest privileges on earth. To a goal of this height and glory, many obstacles will obstruct our path, but if we weigh our problems in the true Chaminade spirit, we will readily dispose of them. . As Underclassmen, therefore, we tak-~ on with pleasure, the responsibility of conforming with rules and traditions of our school which are to carry honor and Christianity to the highest degree to our fellow Cham~ inade students and to the rest of the world.

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THE FUTURE SENIORS Top l'OW: T. Roth, R. Kronenberger, T. Kreitzer, W. Maher, Secretary; D . Russell, E. Fuchs, ] . Woolery, ]. Tarlano. Thi,路d row: A. King, ]. Kaiser, ]. Dirckx, P. McEnroe, O. Berger, Vice President; R. Burgmeier, F. Browne, W. Thomas, R. Dennler, F. Conwell, C. Lobley. Second row: J. Nevius, P. Finke, T. Sawyer, P. Hagan, President; D. DeBor.d, J. Blake, R. Hoy, W. Burger, J. Smith, C. Kuntz; V. Kozak, M. DiSalvo, R. Dillhoff. Front l'OW: T. Doerfler, L. Schirtzinger, E. Rosengarten, ]. Staeuble, D. Mott, L. Kavanaugh, Student Council; J. Wolf, R. Burkhardt, W. Bramlage, C. Holtman, G. Vergamini, ' Treasurer.


T op row: T. Hennessey, J. Bohse, President; D. Montgomery, T . Kauflin, W. Hutzel, J. Goldschmidt, J . Schons, J. Nellis. Third row: J. Lienesch, G. Fehrman, J . Clark, J. Lienesch, F. Allen, R. Burke, P. Herbert, T. Bistrek, Student Council; W. Homan, R. Burris, C. Baker. Second row: W. Gilbert, 1. Andrews, J. Newbauer, B. Krimm, R. King, T. Kennedy, Vice President; D . Stelzer, F. Jones, c. Ruf, M. Eifert, D. Fischer, J. McCarthy, B. AIig, R. Koesters. Front row: T. Hikel, J. French, J. Leingang, R. Miller, F. Weinrich, H . Klosteman, D . Hopkins, R. Kammer, Treasurer; J. Dorsten, F. Aicher, Secretary.

AS CAPABLE LEADERS T op row: A. Winkel john, R. Lesko, D . Schamel, L Loeber, P. Pazitney, Secretary; G. Sweetman, F. Blesi, T. Wittman, P. Masten, R. Kuhbander. Middle row: R. Renner, J. Brunner, P. WhirIow, T . Heyl, T. Hackett, F. Detmer, J . Murray, J. Boeckman, F. Wolfe, T . Sander, J. Bramlage, C. Redman, Treasurer~ R. Meyer, Front "ow: S. Nolan, E. Bereda, R. Scanlon, Vice President; J. 'tangeman, R. Murphy, R. Soder, N . Staub, J. Mahle, D. Lowry, E. Koogler, President; L Goubeaux.


Top row: G . Bahwsen, T. Muth, D. Cook, Treasurer; T . Kaminski, V. Shuey, G . Rohrer, A. R. Fecher, B. Borchers, President; F. Boerner, W . Heil. Middle row: C. Borgerding, E. Koehler, J. Brunner, D . Dougherty, J. Hilgeford, J. Dahm, M . Behrer, S. Bitonti, Secretary ; W . Chifala, Front fOU ': J. Girarot, J. Haines, R. Hockaday, J. Grieshop, Vice President ; J. Conner, J. Keogh. Loges, P. Mauro, J. LaPorte.

Barthman, T . Evers, J. Davis. E. Davis, J. Kramer, R. Lewis. Student Council; R. Campbell . R. Danielewicz, G . Brasher, T.

AND EAGER WORKERS Top fOU ': D. Smith, D . Schaefer, G. Vorhees, Secretary; M . Renner, T. Woodworth, J. Wolf, Treasurer; T. Lang, B. Koverman. D. Placke, B. Lawrence, G . Menker. Middle fOW: J. Werling, J. Raiff, F. Pavelka, G . Wessels, D. Raiff, G. Wehner, N . Thobe, D. Monaghan, A. 'Mikula, President; M. Meyer, R. O'Reilly. Front row: G . Gillotti, Student Council; J. Neal, B. Zwiesler, Bill Raymann , Vice President ; J. Patko, D. Meyer, 1. O'Neal, D . Smith. F. Riddle, D. Smith, K. Smith. Absent: 1. Ross, J. Myers.


Top row: R. Lee, Vice President; T. Greene, V. Klosterman, F. Farrell, K. Huelsman, T. Grusenmeyer, J. Lamm, J . Leitschuh, President; R. Gentile. Middl e row: C. Bettinger, K. Kohr, D. Heine, R. Brechak, J. Lewis, 1. Fox, J . Glynn, :E. Luken, G. Prestel , Secretary ; S. Ernst. Front ,路ow: J. Douglas, R. Daugherty, T. Harm. C. Estevez, T. Hedcman , D . Jaspers, M. Brown, Treasurer; T . Campbell.

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Top 1'0u': M . Royer, ]. McCrate, ]. Prestel. W . White, E, Schwieterman, ] , Rentz , ]. Michel, Student Council ; C. Lingg, Secretary ; D. M antle. Middl e 1'0 t l': M. Schuer. D . Melampy. M, T arkany, K. Buehler, T . Schultz, R. Steffen, ]. Scheiner, D . Pancake. Front 1'0U': S, Schiml, A. Mauro, Treas urer ; R, Morrella, Vice President ; B. Ostendorf, President; D, Schlegel, T. Smith, ] . Middlebrook, 1. Stegeman .

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Top ,-ou': ]. Christie, D. Boyd , R. Duell , R. Carmody, ]. Dorsten, Secretary; ]. Dresher, R. Baker, ] . Burkhardt, T. Doyle, ] . Dresher, W . Bender, T . Bruns. Middle rou': ] . Bost, ] . Deis, ]. Breidenbach, ] . Conley, T. Eardly, ]. Asbury , Vice President; D. Berry, W . Beatty, ] . Conyers, T . Agner , ]. Delaney. Frollt Rou': M . Coleman , ]. Dymond , ]. Bramlage, D. Davidson, C. Bruggeman, T. Condron. ]. Balas, President ; C. Bechtel. ]. Duchak. Treasurer. Abselll: P . Dierker. Student Council.


Sophomore

Top row: ]. Fisher, R. Marlin, M. Kane, D. Mannix, R. Grilliot, T. Hickey, Treasurer; R. Hickenbotham, L. lauterbach, R. Kleiner, Secretary; T . Jordan, B. Goode, ]. lehman. Middle Row: E. Hasz, W . Ireton, T. Mattingly, E. Janning, W. Jenkins, P. Kirk, President; L. Kessler, P. Kavalauskas, ]. Herbert, T. Gitzinger, R. Heckman, H. Focke, ]. Kielbaso. Front row: W. Marshall, ]. Harmeling, T. lynch, K. Krimm, J. Greenwood, G. Kibler, R. Haines, T . Geraghty, Student Council ; D. leo, W. Macbeth, Vice President; T . Geis.

READY FOR ACTION Top row: J. Romer, ]. Prudhomme, E. Ryan, D. Paulick, D . PhiIlips, J. Sayer, President; ]. Munson, E. Roach, J. Sanderman, W. Reilly, ]. Saurine, ]. Mondics. Middle Row: R.. Omlor, M. Mergler, R. Roddy, F. Pacey, J. Moloney, ]. McCloskey, W. Nugent, D. Monnin, D. Mehall, P. Ryan, Treasurer; R. Retter, 'R. Schenkel, R. Newkold . Front row: ]. Murray, D. Robbins, A. Reynolds, Secretary; T . Poe, R. Rike, D . Morris, ]. Messaros, D . Meyer, R. Russo, Vice President; A. Nellis, B. Phelen.


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Top row: J. Smith, Vice President; S. Stowe, D . Van Dyke, J. Zinn, J. Swartzbaugh, R. Stringfellow, T. Werdner, D . Topp, Student Council; J. Zobrist, J. Ungerleider, President; R. White. Middle row: H. Wolfe, D. Supensky, W. Schroath, R. Suhr, J. Scheper, W. Westbrock, R. Steinbrugge, J. Wendling, R. Sherry, J. Witte, Secretary; J. Westbrock, T. Supensky, J. Wuerstl. Front row: S. Stammen, J. Walker, M. Schiml, W. Schneble, M. Will, D. Topp, E. Schirmer, T . Sherman, P. Woolard.

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SPIRITS UNDAMPENED . T (}p rou': ]. Kuhlman, Secretary ; D. Domansky, Treasurer; P. Glaser, U. Gochoel, 1. Koos, E. Boosinger. 1. Edmondson, T. Keehan. ]. Kauflin, ]. Kenney, Vice President ; E. Stoecklein, A . Alvarez, ]. Coughlin. Middle row: W. Focke, D. Klingshirn. H . Grilliot, R. Francis. ]. Collins. M. Greaney, ]. Andrew, 1. Goldschmidt, ]. Jackson, R. Kreusch , F. Krznarich , Student Council ; R. Keyes. FrOIl! m u ': W. Luehrs. ]. Knoth. 'Ill . Furst, R. Hoertt. ]. Philhower. D. Engel. M . Duffy, T . Snyder. President ; W . Schroeder. F. Lounsberry. C. Bailey .


Top l'O U ': F. Roock, F. Sprauer, P . Martin, A. Rado, R. H eckman, R. Hill , Vice President ; T. Li enesh, J Ad ams , T. H ar ri s. Pres idt:nt; K. Lurz, F. Hurst. Middle 1'0 u': M . Lammert. T. Niswonger, A. Zengel, ]. W eil er, V. Manti a. S. Longo, C. McLaugh路 lin , D . Chapman , ] . Leigh, Treasurer; T. Litmer, T. Koverman Sec retary ; ]. Mackey . Frollt 1'011': W. Lehman, P . Herbon , R. Long. D . Sendlebach, D . Wally, ]. N ew man. P. Dillhoff. P. Tegenkamp, R. Mahlmeister. R. Affourtit. C. Weisman . Absent: R. Cottman, R. Koehl er.

MINDS ALERT Top l 'OU': 1. McCarthy, M. Flynn. C. Hiehle, D . Ebbers, B. Balmert, D. Rike, Student Council; E. Schuder, V. Bockrath, H . Sheets, E. Metzger, C. Keydoszius, R. D ahm. Treasurer. Middle row: E. Williams, C. Martin , Secretary; ] . Gantt, P. Gigliotti . President ; 1. Aug ust, Vice President; E. Tritschler, ] . Rounds , G . Cooper, E. Andrew, T. Morehar t. FrOlit rOll': T. Bernhold . J. Hoerner. ]. Peters. N . D ahm. F. Dix, R. Dicks, C. Long. ]. Filburn, D. Stanley, R. Catanzaro. ]. Cash .


Top row: R. Meyers, J. Smith, J. Kane, D . Vagedes, B. Sleight, D. Miller, G. Toth, J. Mencsik, J. Gaccetta, F. Eckley, J. Casson. Middle row: J. Werling, C. Maley, V. Hartshorn, E. Florio, R. Monnin, G. Reboulet, J. Omlor, R. Pierce, J. Bysak, C. Mayer, C. Zirbs. Front row: F. Schiml, R. Deis, P. Stone, C. T.ariano, Treasurer; J. Morgan, President ; P. Mazzone, Student Council; M. Sullivan, Secretary; B. Bemis, T . Smart, Vice President.

BUT COMEDIANS ALL.

Top row: J. Bruns, J. Weidner, J. Bristow, J. Morrissey, Treasurer; W . Oberer, J. H utzel, J. Reboulet, P. Bakan, J. Kapp, R. Walters, J. Hendrickson, D. Miller, Student Council; A. Papenek, 1. Harakay, J. Krug. Middle row: W. Foche, W. Hinders, Secretary; R. McCain, J. DeSalvo, 1. O'Neil, J. Phillips, J. Neumann, T. Klepper, J. Brust, G. Schreck, F. DeBrosse, S. Prudhomme, President; R. Lemons, Vice President. F"ont row: D. Woolery, F. Fecher, F. Estevez, S. Bruggeman, N. N ushawg, A. Pickle, P. Crisler, H. Lins, D. Rich, J. Cox. Absent: J. Schidecker J. Neary.


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IN QUEST OF TRUTH

Top row: R. Beck, G. Geemsteboer, T . Berger, Treasurer, R. Baudendistel, Student Council; M. Broadstone, F. Ambrose, C. Bakan, R. Beisel, M. Bond, A. Bryan, M. Burke, R. Batin. Middle row: ]. Barnes, S. Chapman, F. Bonanno, Secretary; F. Bentz, M. Boian, F. Brinkman, W. Brockman, R. Begley, M. Barlow, 1. Buddendeck, Vice President; J. Burgess, D. Braun. Front row: R. Bataille, R. Brasher, J. Cetinski, D. Cherpeski, T. Brinkman, ]. Besanceney, J. Brozowoki, ]. Brogan, President; R. Blatz, N. Becker, T. Bir.


Top row: 1. Francis, A. Elsass, R. Fabian , President; G. Francis. J. Gardner, J. Dunlevy, J. Fortman, F. Faust. T . Gerdes. Middle rou': R. Florence, G. Furay, J . Dalbey. T . Dunlevy, J. Dakin. B. Dancsok, Treasurer; S. Gentile, Student Council; W .

Dicks, H. Davis, C. Dirckx, J . Deneke. R. Earhart. F"ollt rou ': E. Doll , 1. Fuchs, J. Flynn, Secretary ; D. Frick, J . Godfrey, R. Fitzgerald , G. Deger, J . Didier, J. Fedor. R. Englebrecht, S. Cichanowicz, Vice President.

THE EAGER FRESHMAN LAUNCHES OUT J. Harrison. Secretary; H . Herolzer, President; D . Horobin, B. Hegman, T. Konicki , Student Council; R. Jenkins, J . Joseph, J . Kreitzer. R. Gross, A. Lang. Middle row D. Hunter, T. Jones, S. Kuntz, D. Kessler, R. Jacobson, T. Krapf, G. Hartke, J. Jauch. M. Guenter. 路 F. Horn. F,.ollt 1'Ou': G . James. J. Kastle. Vice President; N . Hoening, V. King. Treasurer; J. Horwath. W. Knoepfle. W . Krewedl. T . Knab, R. Hale . Top rou': W . Heindenreich,


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WITH NEW HORIZONS Top row: W. Longman, R. Masten, ]. MacMahon. J. Magnus, A. Miller, M. McDonald, Vice President; D. Martin, L Leach, R. Michel, T. Miller, President. Middle row: D . Macpherson, P. Makley. O. Miller, A. Lochtefeld, ]. McCarthy, H . Mejia, E. McGinnis, T. Michel, G. Leik, T . Martin, H. Morgan, ] . Miller, Treasurer; R. McBride. Fron, fOU' : M. Moore, Secretary; T. Mayer, E. Leyes, M . Meranda, P. Minser. J. Newbauer, R. Lesko, T . O'Donnell, ]. Lozan, R. Muzechuk.


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TO CONQUER. Top row; F. Schaffer, W. Pompos, ]. Sage, W. Reiling, President; T. Schommer, Student Council; P. Rogers, Vice President; H. Reams, J. Schulker, T. O'NeiL Middle row; R. Schall, J. O'Hara, F. Rosenberger, ]. Scott, L. Scheidweiler, R. Root, W. Pflaum, Secretary; J. Rhoads, G. Reefe, B. Owen, N. Reinhard, Treasurer; L. Raiff. Front row; G. Rosengarten, K. Pickell, ]. Poole. D. Seitz, L Sauter, C. Schmitz, G. Schirtzinger, T. Sedlock, C. Sherk.


Top row: F. Tschirhart, T. Trick, D. Trocheiman, D. Walters Treasurer; 1. Steineman, E. Wolff, E. Yau~, R. Treon, Student Council; C. Van Heeke, E. Zimmerman. Middle row: ]. Smith, R. Willin, D. Weimert, J. Trame, R. Watson, J. Unroe, Vice President; W. Wagner, W. West. T. Waker, ]. Walker, E. Williams, P. Tarlano, President. Fl'ont row: J . Waitzman, J. Wysong, V. Vallo, Secretary; R. Trost, W. Ziegler, J . Valentine, R. Smith, W . Swadley, R. Woodward. Abse1lt: D. Steiner.

AND LESSONS OF LIFE Top row: D. Herbert, E. Collini, C. Fuchs, T. Gabriel, W. Haley, E. Barlage, F. Blackwell, President; A. Arnold, Student Council; R. Hagan, Vice President; R. Cayton, Secretary; ]. Byerly, R. Campbell, T . Caldwell, J . Gudorf. Middle row: M. Barry, ]. Hostens, R. Fackler, R. Isentrager, E. Hassett, R. Collins, T. DeWinter, M. Eardly, 1. Huguelet, ]. Heckman, D . Herres, T . BrllO, N. Huelsman, R. Elter. Front row: J. Disher, M. Keebler, ]. Jonas, Treasurer; R. Jackowski, R. Alflen, ]. Lins, C. Barlow, R. Kramer, J. Fahnestock, P. Berner, T. Harvey. Absent: D . August.

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Top rou ': D. Tumbusch, C. Seidenschmidt, T. Tumbusch. T. Schulte. D. Woodall, R. Nohacs, Student Council; W. Salmon. Treasurer; W . Smith, Vice President ; J. Routsong, G . Yantis, 1. Schroeder, J. Yahle. Middle I'OU': J. Schaaf, T. Loeber, J. Muha. C. Van Dam, R. Mannix, F. Moloney, H. Schlipf, J . Simon, P. W alters, R. Zimmer, R. Vagedes, T . Brunswick, R. Nace, President; J. Monnin, V. Williams. Frollt I'OU': T. Roddy, Secretary; J. Wdsh. C. Ritter. R . Schirack. T. Tangeman . J. Turner, M . Lucisano, J. Luehrs. T. Sponsler, R. Liscar, T . May!.

TO EXPERIENCE Top rou:: R. Bogovitz, Treasurer; J . Dahm. F. Charlton, M . Gibson, Vice President; D. Deger, 1. Kinney, R. Fox, M. Diamante. Secretary; R. Harrison. T. Glynn. J. Berberich. G. Kitchings. Middle row: W. Craft. J. Davis, J. Kemper, 1. Heyl, C. Davis, R. Bistrek, B. Borgerdi ng, T. Heindl. T . Beck. T. Kauflin . P. Glanagan. J. Jablonski, M . Donisi. Student Council, President ; Fr O/II row: J. Byrd, A. Estevez, D . Jacobs , N . Gunn, M. Korte. D. Boeckman, C. Coughlin, R. Fortener, R. Frazier, J. Arnold. AbJellt: J. Bergen .


Top ,.ou,; J. Sutter. Vice President; T. Steinbrunner, G . Zavakos, C. Timm, H. Leopld, Treasurer; ]. Metzger, S. Munhall, T . Shock. R. Rother, ] . Ritter. Middl e rou'; R. Laux. J. Ross, ]. Waldren, A. Morgenthaler, Secretary; ]. Thein; T. McCormick, A. Schaedler, ]. Wilson. D . Wilt. D. Matlock. R. Miller, ]. Neargarder. Frollt ,路ow; W . Soter, K. Woods, F. Mauro, D. Staas, S. Rizzo, D. Wilbur, D. Pummill. H. Williams, T. Smith. S. Pietrzak, N. Shigley. Absellt; D. Weber, ]. Watkins, R. Rammel. 1. Wright. W. Stukey, President; E. SengI.

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FAMILIAR HAPPENINGS.

When asked about the outcome of Chaminade vs. Flaget football game, Little Red Chief replies : "Ugh!"

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A rather important phase in the Catholic student's school life is the extracurricular activities. This year, the Marian Year. has offered the student a special incentive to dedicate all his activities to Jesus through Mary. This act of Filial Piety now. will undoubtedly affect the students in their later life so that they will offer all their activities for the greater 'honor and glory of God. as Jesus did for thirty years while living with His Mother.

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SODALITY Our Sodality at Chaminade this year has taken on a new life with the combined 'efforts of our new moderator, Father Wagner, and his assistants, It has switched from a parish basis to groups formed by individual classes so as to create a more inspirational and elevated love for Our Mother during this Marian Year,

This increased love for Mary is shown by a great number of sodalists who this year have ' received their "Gold Pins," officially enrolling them in the sodality, The rosary, daily Mass, and Holy Communion are the activities emphasized by the members, Added to these accomplishments this past year were: the Opening of the Marian Year Program, Sodality Convention, and the two solemn consecration ceremonies,

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Rear row: D. Baker, D, Kelly, C. Ott, N , Malone, M. Lammert, Middle row: J. Westbrock, J. Bryant, T, Eisenhauer, W, Focke, J. Trame, ]. Davis, J. Blake. Front row: D. Schaaf, J. Fortman; G, Rosengarten, J. Walker, J. Bramlage, R. Hoy, E. Rosengarten, S, Gentile, ], Vyszenski.


Being the Marian Year, all our thoughts, words, and actions should be directed toward Mary. In this way, we honor Our Heavenly Mother and make her better known, loved and served in the world of today. This spirit prevails to a great extent throughout the school due to the Catholic minded students under the continual guidance of the Marianist Brothers and Priests. In this picture we have tried to capture that spirit. The servers being a symbol of the students, always looking up to our Mother Mary.

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Servers and Soda lists chat with Father Wagner before the statue of Mary.

IMMACULATE

First among Mary's titles is that of the Immaculate Conception. This privilege was officially proclaimed a dogma of faith by Pope Pius IX exactly one hundred years ago. In it, God saw fit that the woman who was to bear Christ in her womb should be conceived without original sin. It is only natural to expect that the Son of God have a human mother perfectly free from all sin, even from the first instant of life. This special privilege and honor, which of all women, of all the creatures of God, Mary alone enjoyed, is summed up in the beautiful words which the Blessed Mother herself in an apparition granted to little Bernadette Soubirous at Lourdes in 1858: "I am the Immaculate Conception."

"0 Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee."

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Where daily attention centered during the retreat.

CONCEPTION

The Underclassmen seem to enjoy their retreat master, Father Stanley. The key address for the ?pen. of the Marian Year . IS demg livered by Father Monhelm.

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Top row: T. Wenzel, J. Kraus, K. Holiday, R. Caporal, W . Clark, B. Mehall, R. McEldowney, F. Guenther, T. Tullis, D. Maschino, J. Hildebrand. Middle row: G. Sawaya, T . Goubeaux, J. Greger, R. Schoenberger, H . Ammann, C. Monnin, P. Brenner, D . Baker, J. Helmig. Front row: R. Tischer, J. Schumacher, W . Truxel, R. Alig, R. Heiman, 1. Lang, P. Ahlquist, 1. Ruff. Absent: C. Ott, D. Madel.

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY These are the men who have succeeded through their four years of learning in maintaining an average of eightyfive percent or better. The class of '54 takes great pride in congratulating these students of high honor and expresses its sincere wish that the future may be as presperous.

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STUDENT COUNCIL This organization, composed of members representing each homeroom, provides the verbal outlet for the students' desires, be they scholastic, social or athletic. Assembling, under the guidance of Bro. Norbert Sturm, twice a month, the representatives, through diplomatic debating, have succeeded in planning a more zestful school life and also in sponsoring the New Year's Dance and intramural basketball.

Gettysburg Address ? No, just the secretary's report.

Top row: E. Zimmerman, 1. Kavanaugh, P. Mazzone, R. Payne, R. Scanlon, E. Sengi, M. Donisi, 1. Huguelet. Middle row: T . Schommer, T. Geraghty, W. Chifala, R. Lee, D . Topp, D. Miller, E. Ryan, W . Schneble, F. Krznarich, R. Baudendistel, T . Miller. Front row: R. Treon, P. Dierker, D. Rike, R. Goecke, J. Michel, R. Brown, F. Hurst. Absent: S. Gentile, T . Konicki, R. Nohacs, T. Bistrek, G. Gillotti, V. DeVanney.


EAGLE STAFF 1954

ASSOCIATE EDITORS-C. Ott, Organizations; B. Mehall, Features; and P. Brenner, Sports.

This year, the yearbook staff has tried to capture the spirit of the Marian year, using our talents to express this theme on these pages. Looking back on the hard work, we only hope we have accomplished this purpose. The editorial staff, under the direction of Brother John Blank, combined their efforts toward creation. The business staff, under the supervision of Brother Charles Bergedick, supplied the financial means without which this book would not be possible. HARRY KENNEDY Editor-in-Chief

The '54 Eagle staff has enjoyed putting this annual together, a memento of our last year at Chaminade and we wish you much success in the future .

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BUSINESS MANAGER5-K. Goode, Subscription Manager ; V. Sipos, Business Manager; D. Schaaf, Advertising Manager.

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BUSINESS STAFF-Standing: R. Shane, T. Sollenberger R. Bondurant, A. Gaccetta, D. Mader. Sealed: R. Schoenberger, T . Eisenhower, W. Stengel.


CHAMINADE NEWS Having been established for two consecutive years, our News staff has completed another successful year in journalism, under the supervision of Bro. Norbert Sturm. Due to its greater coverage of sports, many hours of hard labor have been put into the paper but the fine appreciation shown by the students has more than surpassed these efforts.

TIM KOVERMAN Staff Photographer

Standing: W . Truxel, R. Schoenberger, J. Dirckx, V . â&#x20AC;˘Schuey, E. Davis, C. Ott, J. Kraus, P. Ahlquist, R. Dudley, T. Eisenhauer, T. Muth. Seated: L. Bruddendeck, J. Godfrey, ]. McIntyre, P. Mazzone, Hi Kennedy. Kneeling: R. Steiner, P. Tarlono, W . Swadley, ]. Walker, ] . Ditzel, R. Burkhardt, J. McCarthy, F. Aicher.


SPEECH CLUB This year the Speech Club has come into its own by distinguishing itself in ¡ numerous debates in which they have participated. The Club, under the direction of Brother Norbert Sturm, is enrolled in the Ohio State School League and has traveled to Cleveland and Columbus competing against the best of competition, coming out well in front of many of the opponent schools' best.

Ted Kauflin, Robert Hoy, Ralph Dennler, Dick Tischer, Treasurer; Denis Kelly, President; John Hildebrand, Secretary; William Truxe1, Vice President ; and Richard Burkhardt. " " .. ........nu",""'U ... .." ..... "I '

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STAGE CREW Again the stage hands have come through admirably in their backstage work, particularly in the Variety Show and the dramatic skits Which have demanded the "lights" for the success of the scene.

14SJ row: M. Meranda, D. Schaaf, J. Vyszenski, Kronenberger, J . Staeuble, R. Goubeaux.


Standing: P. Brenner, R. Tischer, 1. Weber, B. Mehall, C. Ott, T. Ferdelman, R. Heiman, P. Ahlquist, H. Ammann. Seated: R. Goubeaux, R. Alig, T. Eisenhauer, R. Schoenberger, 1. Ruff, 1. Lauge, C. Monnin.

MATH CLUB OFFICERS-B. Mehall, Vice President; R. Heiman, Treasurer; R. Schoenberger, President; P. Ahlquist, Secretary.

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ART CLUB "That's where it is supposed to go."

Standing: W. Jenkins, 1. Koos, H. Herolzer, K. Waldemar, Bro. Plogman, R. Hoertt, R. McCain, S. Stowe. Front row: T. Gabriel, K. Krimm, T. Tumbusch, J. Besanceney.

Never before has such a group endeavored wholeheartedly to instill spirit as has the Art Club. Under the able direction of Bros. Bernard Plogman and Joseph Barrish, this organization turned out numerous works of art in the form of posters, pep-signs and program covers, in order to promote all types of activities in the school. Undoubtedly, this group deserves, and rightly so, the appreciation of the entire student body.


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Rear row: D. Schaaf, S. Stowe, R. Dudley, M. Broadstone, R. Beck. Front row: T . Poe, A. Jablinski, A. Pickle.

LIBRARY STAFF Again this year the library staff under the supervision of the school librarian, Father Brown, has contributed greatly in helping the student progress in his studies and in maintaining an efficient library for faculty and student reference work and reading pleasure.

Bob Dudley assists Don Schaaf in making some cross reference~

BOOKSTORE STAFF The bookstore, under the control of Brother Anthony Saletel and his assistant, Brother Louis Hettich, supplies the student body with various .needs for the classroom. At the present time, some of the ' boys are purchasing blue books for their mid-term exams.


CAMERA CLUB These talented men with an interest in photography have tried to capture the spirit that prevails throughout Chaminade. Under the direction of Brother Raymond Wuco, they have worked hard to obtain and develop various shots needed to compose this yearbook .

THE SIX FLASHES !-"Boy, I wonder who has to sort all these photos? 1. Fox? ]. MacMahon? P. Ahlquist? D . MacPherson? or ]. Sayer?"

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MOTHERS' CLUB OFFICERS-Mrs . Marie AUgyer, Vice President; Mrs. Eugenie Drerup, President; Mrs. Elizabeth Staub, Secretary; Mrs. Edna Westbrock, Treasurer.

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Ed Zimmerman is privileged to shake hands with George Rotterman, a real Cleveland Brown, as Mr. Janning and Fuzzy look on.

A trend in higher education is being brought about here at Chaminade through the fine co-operation between parents and teachers. Discussion among this group has resulted in a more harmonious atmosphere for the student with an increased knowledge in both home and school. Activities of this organization are split with the fathers sponsoring fishfries and a Father and Son banquet while the mothers have engaged in a pillow case bingo, a covered dish party, be sides supplying volunteers for cafeteria work. Entertainment for both groups was provided by the Catholic University Players who presented a Shakespearean Play.

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Through this spirited co-operation between our parents and teachers, the status of the student with the faculty has undoubtedly been bettered.

ALUMNI OFFICERS-Dave R. Evans, Class of '50, Secretary; Edwin J. Zwiesler, Class of '41, Vice President; Robert A. Horstman, Class of '29, President; James A. Barlow, Class of '38, Treasurer.


FATHERS' CLUB FATHERS' CLUB OFFICERS-Mr. Charles Lamm, Membership Chairman; Mr. Clarence Ruff, Treasurer; Mr. Anthony Geis, Secretary; Mr: William Janning, President; Mr. John Malone, Vice President.

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PILLOW CASE BINGO COMMITTEEMrs. Margaret Goode, Ticket Chairman; Mrs. Dorthy Hinders, General Chairman ; Mrs . Loretta Koogler, Pillow Case Chairman; Mrs . Marie Allgyer, Co-Chairman.


Standing; R. Caporal, T. Agnew, J. Slater, J. O'DonnelJ, R. Goecke, W. Wegerzyn, C. Ott. Seated: J. Bonser, D. Huber, D. Allgyer, J. Dwyer, P. Karl. Absent: D. Zimmerman.

N.A.H.S. It is the ambition of everyone who partICipates in sports at Chaminade to qualify for this worthy organization. To be accepted into this society, a student must achieve either a minor or major letter, maintain a scholastic average of 80 percent or better, a character rating of 90 percent or above, and has distinguished the school and students by their sportsmanship and citizenship.

. D Russel D. Placke, P. Pazitney, .R. Standing: N. Staub, R. Kamme~ G.:;;k~~rga~ini, J.' Conner, A. Mauro, J. Ratff, Lesko, J. Wessels, M. Tarkany. eate. . R. Zwiesler. Absent: B. Ostendorf.

We here at Chaminade are proud of these athletes and they are truly worthy of our imitation and admiration.

CAFETERIA SQUAD The "dishwashers," whose daily duty . was to keep the dishes clean and dry for rapid re-use. Sacrificing their free lunch period, they deserve a vote of gratitude from the student body.

Third row: D. Paulick, D . Mehall, T. Kreitzer, J. Bryant, J. Davis, B. Borgerding, J. Berberich, R. Cayton. Second row: D. Meyers, B. Bemis, N. Huelsman, R. Russo, W. West, R. Fortener, D. MacPherson. Front row: R. Roddy, D . DeBord, W. Bramlage, J. Blake, A. Nellis, S. Pietrzak. Absent: R. Frazier, J. Middlebrook, J. Michel, J. Prestel, D. Phillips, D. Robbins; J. Kapp, M. Lucisano.


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CHEERLEADERS The true spirit of Chaminade is the cry of these spirit promoters who have made the name "Eagles" stand out in the minds of all Daytonians. They are also to be congratulated on their fine encouragement and inspiration in executing their songs and cheers and in helping to bring our teams another successful season.

Standing: J. Dorsten, 1. Gaccetta, ]. Froning, ]. Ditzel, W. Staron, D. Bon路 durant, T. Kaminski. Kneelin g: M. Schuer. Absent: J. leitschuh.


Top row: T. Beck, T. Michael, G. Kibler, 1. Ruff, T. Loges, W. Reilly, J. Dresher, S. Mikula, R. Baudendistel, 1. Kinney, J. Wolf, J. Dresher, T. Evers, R. Hoy, J. Fortman, C. Van Heeke, J. Bost, F. Aicher, H. Herolzer, D. Engel, 1. Fuchs, W . White. Second row: J. Wening, C. Holtman, J. Blatz, J. Gudorf, W. Treon, D. Wuerstl, J . Brun, 1. Weber, A. Mikula, E. Boosinger,

One of the most active organizations in the school has been the 1954 Chaminade Band. Under the direction of Brother Joseph Trageser, with assistant Brother Frank Modica, the band has frequently represented the school and has given a fine account of itself, which was only obtained by the hard work put into their accomplishments. Engaged in many activities; notable, the football rallies, half-time shows, Holy Name Day Parade, the Variety Show, the Christmas Party, the Christmas Concert, the St. Elizabeth Hospital Dedication, and the annual Spring Concert; we salute this illustrious group.

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R. Baker, R. Kronenberger, Drum Major; P. Herbert, B. Alig, W. Bender, J. Clark, P. Banker, B. Goode, T. Pfeiffer, N. Huesman, H. Wolf, R. Zimmer, V. King, F. Rosenberger. Seated: ]. Wai"ctzman, R. Russo, C. Martin, R. Issentrager, T. Berger, J. Greger, ]. Leigh, J. Omlor, ]. Gannt, D. Baker, R. Burkhardt, ]. Staeuble, G. Sawaya, D. Christie, P. Trzeciak, G. Reefe, W. Brockman, D. Robbins, ]. Unrue, S. Bitonti, R. Alig, J . Lamm, E. Fuchs. Kneeling: B. J . Borchers, R. White, F. Boehmer, R. Schenkel, T. Schulte, T. Martin, R. Engelbrecht, ]. Weiler, E. Andrew. Absent: G. Schuder, J . Ross, ]. Davis, Twirler.

. dent. George "Vice :pr es1 ' C ptain: Banker, :Pfeiffer, a ICERs-:pau1 'thomas nAND OFF _'treasurer; v SecretaI)'. Sawaya, . Librauan. JerI)' Wen1ng,

BAND CLUB OFFICERS-Mrs. Mary Hoy, V.ice President; Mrs. Johanna Ruff, Treasurer; Mr. Ray Kronenberger, President; Mrs. Ernestine Alig, Secretary.


Chaminade's Band shows its form on football field.

"If you think this is 'easy, just try it?"

Musicians "'ark h future eng ard toward agelTJents.


SENIOR BAND MEMBERS-Standing: D. Baker, P. Trzeciak, T . Pfeiffer, S. Mikula, R. Alig, N. Huesman, G. Sawaya, J. Wening. Seated: P. Banker, J. Greger, D. Wuerstl, W. Treon, L. Weber, J . Brun, L. Ruff.

GLEE CLUB Again the Glee Club has done an outstanding job throughout the year. Under the able direction of Brother Robert Lindemann, this organization has provided entertainment by means of fine vocal harmony. The Glee Club participated in various school activities, such as the Christmas Concert, the Spring Concert, and the ever successful Variety Show. Also they performed in several outside events; for the patients at the Veterans Administration and for service men at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. This group's successful year can only be attributed to the co-operation exhibited by the members toward theorganization. GLEE CLUB MEMBERS-D. Aman, J . Andrew, G. Beemsterboer, F. Blackwell, J. Byrd, J. Bysak, T. Caldwell, R. Cantanzaro, R. Cayton, G. Davis, J. Davis, D . Davidson, J. Dresher, J. Dresher, T. Dunlevy, R. Frazier, R. Hagan, R. Hickenbothan, J. Hildebrand, W. Jenkins, D. Kelly, T. Klepper, L. Koos, L. Leach, G. Lehman, E. Leyes, J. Lins, R. McCain, J . McMahon, D. Macpherson, D . Mannix, D . Mehall, E. Metzger, O. Miller, J. Neumann, T . O'neil, A. Reynolds, E. Ryan, D. Seitz, J. Schaaf, A. Schaedler, L. Schmidt, R. Schirack, C. Schmitz, J. Schockman, C. Sherk, V. Shuey, T . Steinbrunner, S. Stowe, W. Stukey, A. Winkel john, D. Woodall.


RADIO CLUB

Gene Janning (WN8PMV) , David Mott (W8LWV) and Donald Montgomery (WN8PLQ) exchange a few words from the "out beyond."

The Radio Club's purpose this year, under the supervision of Brother Robert Geary, has been to develop its members into full-fledged radio "hams." At their meetings, they are taught code, taught how to intercept the reguired words per minute, instructed on how to acguire a license, how to become a novice and then a "ham." Here is the development of the future radio operator. io of the "l 'ao. e ooerator rospecu\I ry rn . a P a\le " obert Gea ' . Seltz, . \ shott ,\I Bro. ~ , D ennis tenua. ) Club , sho" S to ",ire a jPo ooes n' t It. ho'" n\icateu , "harn, \<.S cornr set. It \00

Although a small group in its first organized year, the Radio Club is steadily advancing to the attention of the students here at Chaminade.

Standing: D. Seitz, E. Janning, D. Mott. Seated: Nellis, D. Montgomery, P . Dierker.

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Don't look now boys, but Bro. Kelly' s watching.

The Dramatics Club, which made its debut in the regular activities and organizations of Chaminade last year in the newly acquired auditorium, completed another successful year of which all its members can be proud. BRO. JOHN O'CONNOR, S.M.

Under the direction of Brother John O 'Connor, the Club staged their humorous production, " Papa Behaves," various other skits for the students, and "Dress Reversal" for the Mother and Fathers' Club. The audience's applause surely indicated a hope for continued success in the future.

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Mary's example to us of clean living and fair play, is the backbone of the sports' program here at Chaminade. Be it football, basketball, or any sport in which the Chaminade students participate, they are taught by Mary's example and coaches' words, to play hard, but clean and fair. The ideals that the students receive from their engaging in sports, will follow them into later life. These principles will enable the boys to lead solid, clean lives, and make them fair dealers in any field of endeavor.

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FOOTBALL

MR. ROBERT JAURON-Head Football Coach

BRO. STEVE-Athletic Director

T op row: D . Miller, E. Stoecklein, R. Lee, T. Bruns, B. Ostendorf, M. Tarkany, E. Koogler, R. Kammer, P. Hagan, R. Dillhoff, ]. Gaccetta, L. Loeber, C. Bettinger, P. Masten, J . Mencsik, D. Russell, R. Lesko, R. Lemons. Third row: Coach R. Jauron, Manager T . Sander, T . Kreitzer, C. Redman, J . Raiff, L. August, D . Allgyer, D. Zimmerman, C. Janning, R. Caporal, L. Pytel, T. Agnew, T . Hennessey, R. Morrella, R. Kleiner, D . Domansky, Coach Regan, Coach Weaver. Second row: V. DeVanney, J. Cable, W. Wegerzyn, R. Brown, ]. Slater, W . Brinkman, D . Huber, ]. Corbett, D . Lemons, ]. O'Donnell, T . Needham, R. Goecke, R. Stein, Manager P. Karl, Manager E. Caulfield. Frontrow: Manager G. Vergamini, R. Zwiesler, A,. Mauro, ]. Connor, J. Reboulet, E. Tritschler, D. Berry, P. Gigliotti,' P. Mazzone, N.Staub, W. 路 Macbeth, ]. Ungerleider, P. Kirk, T . Garaghty.


Resume of Year The 1953 football season found Chaminade facing one of the toughest schedules in the history of the school. There was doubt in the minds of many people as to whether the team could compare with some of the teams that represented the s.chool under Fuzzy Faust. After the first victory over Flaget, there was no doubt at all about the power of the Eagles. In his first season at Chaminade, Mr. Robert Jauron fielded, perhaps, the most powerful team ever to play under the Green and White.

MR. DONALD WEAVER MR. EDWARD REGAN Assistant Football Coaches

Donald Zimmerman, All-State; David Huber, Most Valuable Player; Robert Goecke, Honorary Captain.

DR. LEO HOERSTING Team Physician

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Football Managers Seldom mentioned in the praise given to the team, the tireless manager, under the watchful eye of Bro. Steve, works long hours to keep the team 's equipment in readiness. Their spirit of sacrifice and devotion to C.H.S. is shown by the clean uniforms and spotless athletic department. .

P. Karl, Head Manager; W. Pflaum, T. Sander, G. Vergamani, ]. O 'Donnell, P . Minser, E. Caulfield . AbJe/lt: C. Bechtel, ]. Flynn .

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All-State Don "Butch" Zimmerman

All-City OFFENSE Jim Corbett Joe Slater Don Allgyer Dick Stein Don Lemons Don Zimmerman Vince DeVanney DEFENSE Walt Wegerzyn Bill Brinkman Len Pytel Bob Caporal Jerry O'Donnell

For his team spirit and outstanding playing during the se<rSon, the grid Eagles have chosen Dave as the most valuable player.

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Flaget, Louisville ........... ..... ...... 6 Stivers ____________ .___ . _______ _____ .__ .______ _ 6 Elder _____________________ ____________ .___ _____ 7 Hamilton, Public _____ ____ _____ _______ _13 Wilbur Wright __________________________ 7 Kiser ____ _____ _________________________________ 0 Roosevelt _______________________ __________ _.0 Benedictine, Cleveland __________ __ 28 Dunbar ______________________ .____________ .__ 6 Purcell __________________________ __ __________ 0 III


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6 LOUISVILLE FLAGET

The Eagles opened the 1953 football campaign in fine style by romping over Louisville Flaget 53-6. Chaminade, with Mr. Jauron beginning his first season as head coach, looked good in . every phase of the game. Flaget threw a scare into the Green and White by scoring in the first minutes of the game, but Chaminade came back quickly and Flaget did not score again.

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6 STIVERS

The Orange and Black could not hold the Green and White and the Eagles won number two of the season. Fine downfield blocking and stellar defensive play was the key to Chaminade's win. Zimmerman's faking and DeVanney's hard running were the outstanding features of the game.


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7 ELDER, Cincinnati

All fifty-two of Chaminade's gridders got into the action as the Eagles crushed the Panthers. Dave Huber, Jerry Raiff, Jim Corbett and Bob Morrella were outstanding as Chaminade overcame an .early 7-0 Elder lead. The defensive unit played well and the game turned into a rout in the second half.

THOMAS NEEDHAM End Halfback

CHARLES JANNING Tackle

CHAMINADE 35 -13 HAMILTON With five backs chalking up an average of 4.5 yards or better against the highly rated Big Blue, the Eagles soundly thumped their downstate rivals. King-size portions of blocking paved the way for the Chaminade gridders fourth win. Zimmerman's split-T wizardry was good for two touchdowns; DeVanney scored twice and Dave Huber once.


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7 WILBUR WRIGHT

The Eagles breezed to their fifth straight win, and fortysixth straight in city competition. Vince De Vanney crossed into the end zone five times while Zimmerman and Morella each tallied once. Don Allgyer and Joe Slater were the key men on the forward wall, while Tom Agnew and Jerry O'Donnell were outstanding on the defensive line. DONALD LEMONS Tackle

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The Eagles were never pressed as they ground out a smashing victory over the Panthers. The hard charging Ludlow Streeters' line, led by Stein and Lemons, tore terrific holes in the Kiser defense, and the backs were as swift-running as ever. With a victory in their next game the Eagles would be assured of the city championship.


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RALPH BROWN Linebacker Center

0 ROOSEVELT

A strong defensive unit set the stage for Chaminade winning their sixth straight city championship. The "headsup" ball playing of Caporal, Cable and Pytel along with the powerful running of De Vanney and Morella stopped the Teddies cold. Chaminade took to the air the second half with Zimmerman completing five of five, including two for touchdowns to Jim Corbett.

DONALD ZIMMERMAN Quarterback

RICHARD STEIN Center

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28 BENEDICTINE

A rugged eleven upset. Chaminade before 8000 fans as Butch Zimmerman starred in a losing cause. Playing against the biggest line they faced all season, the Eagles outgained Bengals 319 yards to 248 yards, but came out on the short end of the score. Zim scored twice and Huber once in the contest.

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JERRY O'DONNELL Guard

6 DUNBAR

What looked to be a close contest at the start turned into a rout as the Eagles scored seven touchdowns in the second half, six of them in the fourth period, after being held scoreless for the first 24 minutes. DeVanney scored three times, Huber twice and Morrella and Stoecklein once to spark the Eagles to the win.

ROBERT GOECKE End

JAMES CORBETT End

JOHN CABLE End JOSEPH SLATER Tackle

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0 PURCELL

Chaminade's crushing game upset the Queen City team before 10,000 fans. Bob Morella was the workhorse for the Eagles scoring three times as they handed the Cavaliers their worst defeat in six seasons, and holding them scoreless for the first time since 1942. As was true most of the season, a hard-charging, sharp-blocking forward wall was the key to the Eagles' success.


Top row: J. Dorsten, B. Borgerding, J . Berberich, T. Konicki, F. Ambrose, J. Sayer, L. Lauterbach, J. Morgan, R. Treon, PhiJIips, J. Metzger, A. Alverez. Middle row: T. Snyder, B. Hegman, R. Begley, W. Reiling, T . Glynn, D. Kruesch, E. Sengi, Wright, J. Kessler, S. Chapman, E. Florio, S. Longo, L. August, R. Roth,. D . Kessler, J. Leigh. Front row: R. Bogovitz, Walters, F. Bonanno, R. Fackler, E. Roach, R. Haines, F. Fabian, M. Donisi, F. Faust, M. Greany, J. Balas, D. Berry, McCormick.

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RESERVES The reserves, making a good showing at each game, promise us a fine team in the future as each member, in giving his fullest, has shown the true Chaminade spirit which has always been the backbone of our teams. The reserve coaches, Dave Evans and Jack Zimmerman, have. given their best to the team.

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VARSITY Resume of Season The Eagles showed lots of ability and soon righted themselves after losing the opening game to St. Xavier. Their new coach, Mr. Tom Frerichs, worked the team long, hard hours, and this paid off as the Eagles finished fourth in the city league. With only four seniors graduating, the future is bright on the Chaminade Basketball horizon.

Schedule C.H.S. 37 70 41 50 52 43 47 55 58 38 55 39 53 48 54 33 57 54 48

TEAM St. Xavier ................................ Beavercreek .............................. Hamilton Catholic .................. Miamisburg ............................ Piqua ........................................ St. Joseph, Cleveland .............. Akron, St. Mary's .................... Springfield Catholic ................ Troy ........................................ Fairview .................................. Franklin .................................. Stivers ...................................... Dunbar .................................... St. Joseph, Fremont" ................ Wilber Wright ........................ Roosevelt ................................ Kiser ........................................ Patterson .................................. Purcell ....... ....... ..... ... ..............

OPP. 51 57 62 47 54 34 49 57 42 48 52 64 47 42 41 45 42 28 60


Standing: T. Sander, Manager; E. Wolff, R. Goecke, ] . Corbett, T. Lang, P. Pazitney, ] . Kenny, Mr. Frerichs, Coach. Kneeling:

J. Raiff, J. Wessels, ] . Reboulet, J. Conner, J. D wyer, D. Zimmerman .


37 CINCINNATI ST. XAVIER 51 In their initial appearance of th~ season, the Eagles looked shaky and dropped the decision to a St. X team which had three games under its belt. The Chaminade team needed practice, got it, and were a much better ball club over the remainder of the s.eason .

70 BEAVERCREEK 57 The underdog Eagles were a sharp ball club as they walked all over the Beavers . Zimmerman and Corbett led the scoring as Chaminade was in full control for the entire contest.

41 HAMILTON CATHOLIC 62 A fast-breaking offense was too much for the Eagles as they were swamped bi the Rams. The Eagles were never close since their outside shooting was cold an~ they could not control the backbards.

48 PURCELL 60 Despite Butch Zimmerman leading the way with 22 points, the Eagles lost their last home game to the hard running Cavaliers. The Eagles were out-shot but not out-fought.

MR. THOMAS FERRICHS 54 PATTERSON 28 Leading all the way, the Eagles were never hard pressed in winning over the Beavers. The rebounding of Jim Corbett and Bob Goecke was a contributing factor to the win.

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JAMES DWYER 33 ROOSEVELT 45 The tall, talented Teddies proved to be too much for the Eagles. Chaminade got only one shot at a time as Roosevelt's height controlled both backboards. Jim Reboulet starred for the Eagles .

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54 WILBER WRIGHT 41 Winning their third straight game, tlhe Eagles upset the highly touted Pilots. Fine rebounding and outside shooting were big factors in Chaminade's favor.

48 FREMONT ST. JOSEPH 42 The up-state team was no match for the Eagles as they outran them and led all the way. Butch Zimmerman led in Chaminade scoring.


50 MIAMISBURG 47 Underdog Chaminade surprised the Vikings and won this one by a close score. Corbett and Dwyer were the big guns for the Eagles as they overcame a first half deficit to even their season's record.

52 PIQUA 54 Chaminade was a terrific ball club in the first half, but cooled off in the second, and dropped a close decision to the Indians in the closing moments of the game. Inability to control the ball proved to be the Eagles' undoing.

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CLEVELAND ST. JOE 34 The Eagles played good basketball all the w.ay and came out on top, with Zimmerman and Corbett providing the needed spark. Chaminade's record is now three and three for the season.

47 ' AKRON ST. MARYS 49 Tired by the long trip, the Eagles lost another close one, but were not to be outfought by their opponent. Fighting until the end, Chaminade's quintet lost their fourth game of the season.

55 SPRINGFIELD CATHOLIC 57 . A long set shot at the ~losing buzzer sent Chaminade down to defeat in a hotly-contested game. Corbett, Zimmerman and Goecke were outstanding for the Eagles.

58 TROY 42 In the consolation game of the Tecumseh tourney, Chaminade romped over Troy in fine style. "Butch" Zimmerman and Jim Corbett led the Eagles to their fourth win of the season.

DONALD ZIMMERMAN

ROBERT GOECKE

53 DUNBAR 47 In a hotly-contested city league encounter, the Eagles came out on top to win over the Wolverines. Featuring good outside shooting and drive-in shots, the Eagles proved to be the better team.

39 STIVERS 64 The Tigers could do no wrong as they trounced the Eagles. Control of both boards and fine ball handling gave Stivers the game, as Chaminade was never close after the first quarter.

38 FAIRVIEW 48 Leading by five at half time, the Eagles lost a close one to the Bulldogs. Control of the boards and a +ast-breaking offense were too tough for Chaminade as they lost their sixth game.

55 FRANKLIN 52 The Eagles were forced into an overtime by a spirited Franklin team, but proved themselves the better tealp by controlling the ball and backboards during the period and emerged the winner.

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TEAM St. Xavier .. ............ ....... Beavercreek ....... ............ Hamilton Catholic .. ..... Miamisburg ................ ' Piqua .. ..... .... .................. St. Joseph, Cleveland ... Akron, St. Mary.... ....... . Fairview ................... ... ..

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RESERVES Resu me of Season Winning fifteen of their seventeen games, the Reserves showed good signs for the future Eagle quin.tets . Under the leadership of Coach Tom Frefl chs, these hard working courtsters compiled the best record the Reserves have had over the last few years .

D. Placke, R. Hill , T. Keehn, L. Lauterbach, G. Menker, T. Bruns, 1. Harakay, ]. Smith, J. Scheper, B. Ireton, P . Gigliotti.


Third row: ]. Wysong, Manager; T. Miller, F. Ambrose, T. Schommer, W. Salmon, A. Lang, R. Beisel, E. Marrinan, Coach. Second row: M. Gibson, R. Treon, D. Walters: T . McCormick, M. McDonald, ] . Dunlevy. Fro nt row: R. Begley, R. Fabian, ] . Smith, W . Pflaum, R_ Watson.

FRES HM EN Resu me of Season The '57 version of Chaminade, under Mr. Ed Marrinan, took the situation in hand in eight of their twelve games and came out high in the final tally. Their spirit of fair play, characterized by all Chaminade teams, gave the freshmen a good account of themselves, win or lose.

Schedule C.H.S. 42 25 35 32 33 44 23 34 37 24 23 43

TEAM Belmont .................................. Kiser ........................................ Belmont .................................. McKinley ................................ Kiser ........................................ St. Xavier ................................ Colonel White ........................ Stivers ...................................... Dunbar .................................... Wilbur Wright ........................ Roosevelt .............................. Kiser ........................................

OPP. 35 42 21

16 27 35 33 37 33 22 43 28

"Get out of my way, fella, I want to shoot."

MR. EDWARD MARRINAN Freshman Basketball Coach

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URES Here reviewed in the following pages is an important phase of the high school student's life at Chan:tinade. The social phase of the life of a student may not be the most important but it cannot be disregarded as totally insignificant. It cannot be considered as such because it gives the student a chance to develop his character through social lines. It is not only Chiminade's wish to develop the student spiritually, intellectually, and physically, but also to help him to achieve a Catholic attitude toward .social functions and to help him take. his place in the social aspect of the world. In this section we complete the well-rounded development of the Catholic student.

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Jerry defies th e law of gravity.

Schedule C.H.S. 32

41 29

49 49 50

44

37

TEAM

OPP.

St. Xavier ................... .. Beavercreek ............. ...... . Hamilton Catholic .... .. . Miamisburg ................. Piqua ......................... .... St. Joseph, Cleveland .. . Akron, St. Mary ........... Fairview ................ ...... ..

24 39 23 29 30 28 42 35

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48 36 27 39

51 32 38

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Stivers ... .... ...... _............ Franklin ..... .... -............ Dunbar ...................... .. Wilbur Wright ............. Roosevelt ...... ..... ......... St. Mary ...................... Kiser ................... ......... Patterson ................... ... Purcell .......................

32 43 38 63 32 25 28 25 42

RESERVES Resu me of Season Winning fifteen of their seventeen games, the Reser.ves showed good signs for the future Eagle qUlOtets. Under the leadership of Coach Tom F ren chs, these hard workin a courtsters compiled the best record the Re~erves have h ad over the last few years .

D. Placke, R. Hill , T. Keehn , L. Lauterbach, G. Menker, T. Bruns, L. Harakay, J. Smith, J . Scheper, B. Iretpn, P. Gigliotti .


Third row: J. Wysong, Manager; T. Miller, F. Ambrose, T. Schommer, W. Salmon, A. Lang, R. Beisel, E. Marrinan, Coach. Second row: M. Gibson, R. Treon, D . Walters, "T. McCormick, M. McDonald, J. Dunlevy. Front row: R. 路Begley, R. Fabian, J. Smith, W. Pflaum, R_ Watson.

FRESHMEN Resume of Season The '57 version of Chaminade, under Mr. Ed Marrinan, took the situation in hand in eight of their twelve games and came out high in the final tally. Their spirit of fair play, characterized by all Chaminade teams, gave the freshmen a good account of themselves, win or lose.

Schedule C.H.S. 42 25

35 32 33 44 23 34 37 24 23 43

TEAM Belmont .................................. Kiser ........................................ Belmont .................................. McKinley................................ Kiser ........................................ St. Xavier ................................ Colonel White ........................ Stivers ...................................... Dunbar .................................... Wilbur Wright ........................ Roosevelt ........................... ... Kiser ........................................

OPP. 35 42 21 16 27 35 33 37 33 22 43 28

"Get out of my way, fella, I want to shoot."

MR. EDWARD MARRINAN Freshman Basketball Coach

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Young and old alike were satisfied with the brilliant success of the annual Variety Show, "Yankee Fiesta," which demonstrated the amazing talent of the students at Chaminade. A gayly colored, musical production, with a South American theme, it was filled with wonderful acts of all sorts and it held the attention of the audience throughout. A grateful thanks should be extended to all the Brothers, laymen, alld students associated with the show who all demonstrated a willing co-operation to make "Yankee Fiesta" a success.

Jack, Jerry and Tom treat us with "Carolina Moon ."

Chorus accompanies "Umpa, Umpa," whi le Yuba plays the tuba.

Carmen Mirenda tries some "Fiesta" crackers.

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Four Vagabonds from Istanbul, not Constantinople.

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Getting reaay for a lovely evening.

"Ah, get out of here," says Bob.

Leave it to Mike!

Must have been funny! The 路"Bunny Hop" for all!

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SOCIAL SCENE ...

Phil knows how to pick .em !

Cayoda Council plans future dances.

Among the social functions presented to the Catholic student here at Chaminade are the numerous dances held for their participation. Here is a chance for the student to become acquainted with the type of life he will encounter in the future, the company between Catholic men and Catholic women. Today, in a world filled with pagan ideals, the Catholic student also has the opportunity to acquire wholesome attitudes toward proper companionship. In conclusion, we can see that a well-rounded Catholic education has now been presented to the student.

Chaminade students enjoy Student Council Dance.

Willie and Dave give us that sly smile.

Get the look in their eyes.

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BRYANT, JOHN D. 515 S. Euclid Ave., 7

EVERS, JEROME C. 231 Alaska St., 4

HIEBER, THOMAS E. 2143 Aerial Ave., 9

AGNEW, THOMAS C. 532 W . Parkwood Ave., 5

BUDDENDECK, GERALD A. 436 Kiefaber St., 9

FARKAS, EDWARD C. 420 Winters St., 7

HILDEBRAND, JOHN C. 41 Jasper St., 9

AHLQUIST, PAUL E. 326 W. Stewart St., 8

BURGER, JEROME E. R.R. 5, Box 959, 4

FECHER, ROBERT A. 314 Gunckel Ave., 10

HINDERS, RALPH M. 1103 Epworth Ave., 10

ALIG, ROBERT L. 221 Kenilworth Ave., 5

BURKE, TERRENCE 923 Dustin St., 7

FERDELMAN, THOMAS J 1120 Epworth Ave., 10

HOLLIDAY, KENNETH E. 1940 Demphle Ave., 10

ALLGYER, DONALD L. 241 E. Siebenthaler Ave., 5

BURKHARDT, DANIEL F. 744 Hodapp Ave., 10

FISCHER, EDWARD V . 1500 Nelson Ave., 10

HUBER, DAVID C. 239 Triangle Ave., 9

AMAN, ANDREW A. 618 Ridgeda'le Rd., 6

BUSSE, ROBERT F. R.R. 1, Ludlow Falls, O.

FISCHER, PHILLIP W . R.R. 7, Box 672, Centerville

HUELSMAN, JOHN A. 3105 Hoover Ave., 7

AMMANN, HANS 1013 E. Stewart St., 10

BYRNE, PATRICK J . 30 Adventure Dr., 10

FISCHER, RICHARD A. 317 E. Dixon Ave., 9

HUESMAN, EDWARD H . 715 Hodapp Ave., 10

ARKENBERG, ROBERT J. 1448 Troy St., 4

CAPORAL, ROBERT E. 249 Wroe Ave., 6

FORTKAMP, FREDERICK J. 734 Carlisle Ave., 10

JABLINSKI, ADOLPH R. 2163 Bickmore Ave., 4

BAKER, DUKE H. 2721 E. Fourth St., 3

CABLE, JOHN A. 161 N. Decker Ave., 7

FRONING, JOHN B. 443 W. Hillcrest Ave., 6

JACKOWSKI, DONALD 417 S. Smithville Ave., 3

BANDY, RONALD F. 47 S. McGee St., 3

CAULFIELD, EDWARD J . 2612 E. Third St., 3

GACCETTA, ANTHONY J . R.R. 7, Box 266A, Centerville

JANNING, CHARLES W. 421 Laurelwood Rd ., 9

BANKER, PAUL M. 1503 Grand Ave., 7

CLARK, JOHN H. 1805 Far Hills Ave., 9

GEBHARDT, DONALD L. 1809 Gilsey Ave., 7

JEROME, JOSEPH G. 340 Troy St., 4

BARHORST, JAMES A. 107 Iroquois Ave., 5

CLARKE, WILLIAM L. 62 Bond St., 5

GEHRICH, JOHN L. R.R. 12, Box 13

JOHNSTON, ROBERT P. 219 Rockwood Ave., 5

BATSCHE, RONALD R. 215 Shoop Ave., 7

COOPER, JOHN L. 126 Hickory St., 10

GEISLER, EDWARD L. 108 Church St., 3

KAPPEN, JOHN W. 243 Kenwood Ave., 5

BAUMGARDNER, RICHARD L. 549 St. Paul Ave., 10

CORBETT, JAMES J. 2147 Mapleview Ave., 10

GIBSON, RICHARD W . 131 Franklin St., 2

KARL, PAUL B. 146 Winnet Dr., 5

DALY, THOMAS L. 254 Louie St., 8

GOECKE, ROBERT J. 35 S. Garland Ave.,路3

KELLER, THOMAS E. 708 W. Stewart St., 8

BERK, EDWARD F. 652 Daleview Ave., 5 tN BERNER, GEORGE J . 2048 Pershing Blvd ., 10

DAVIS, JAMES L. 1209 Wisconsin St., 8

GOOD, RONALD J. 31 Bell St., 3

DEMETER, JOHN 1. 123 N . Marion St., 7

GOODE, KENNETH A. 23 Fairground Ave., 9

KELLY, DENIS R. 527 Wyoming St., 10 KENNEDY, HARRY L. 50 W. Siebenthaler Ave., 5

BERRY, JEROME C. 806 Gondart St., 3

DeVANNEY, VINCENT L. 3817 W. Third St., 7

GOUBEAUX, ROBERT E. 3208 E. Fourth St., 3

KERBY, ROBERT N. 934 Highridge Ave., 10

路BIR, JEROME A. 1520 Philadelphia Ave., 6

DITZEL, JACK 1. 131 Glencoe Ave., 10

GREGER, JAMES F. 1806 Huffman Ave., 3

KOHR, EDWARD A. 26 Springway Dr., 5

BLATZ, DONALD C. 1773 Brookline Ave., 10

DORSTEN, RICHARD L. 525 Heiss Ave., 3

GUENTHER, FRANK J . 410 "B" St. WPAFB

KRAUS, JAMES A. 2201 Wyoming St., 10

BLINCOE, JOSEPH B. 8766 N . Main St., 5

DRERUP, JOHN J. 1259 Holly Ave., 10

HAINES, PATRICK E. R.R.1

KUNTZ, GERALD B. 1308 Philadelphia Dr., 6

BONDURANT, RICHARD 1. 33 Horace St., 7

DUDLEY, ROBERT R. 208 Gramont Ave., 7

HARDIN, RICHARD J . 251 Bierce Ave., 3

LAFFERTY, A. MICHAEL 136 Ridge Ave., 5

BONSER, JAMES E. 411 Redwood Ave.,5

DUGAN, MARTIN C. 421 Delaware Ave., 5

HAUER, DONALD R. 1317 Tennyson Ave., 6

LANGE, LAURENCE E. 5509 Hickam Dr., 3

BRENNER, 1. PETER 33 Stoddard Ave., 5

DUNNIGAN, JEROME F. 1141 Huffman Ave., 3

HAUSFELD, JEROME A. 135 S. Garfield St., 3

LAQUAGLIA, NICHOLAS A. 544 Cedarhurst Ave., 7

BRINKMAN, WILLIAM N . 166 Notre Dame Ave., 4

DWYER, JAMES G. 207 N . Irwin St., 7

HEIDENRIECH, ROBERT 1. 1621 Neff Ave., 4

LAUKHARDT, MICHAEL C. 365 Delaware Ave., 6

BROWN, RALPH V. 1516 Emmons Ave., 10

EARDLY, W. DONALD Box 295 -B, Centerville

HEIMAN, RICHARD W. 2036 Emerson Ave., 6

LEHMAN, EUGENE 1. 1813 Glen Rd., 10

BRUGGEMAN, THOMAS G. 2131 Fauver Ave., 10

EISENHAUER, THOMAS W. 2834 Ridgeway Rd., 9

HELMIG, JAMES R. 700 Hoddapp Ave., 10

LEMONS, DONALD E. 1764 Guenther Rd .:7

BRUN, JOHN J . 138 Northwood Ave., 5

ELWORTH, DONALD T . 583 Wyoming St., 10

HICKERTZ, FRANZ H . 148 Malcom Dr., 10

LENSCH, DONALD R. 1321 Holly Ave., 10

BERBERICH, ALOYSIUS 411 Brown St., 2

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NIELSEN, HAROLD G. 35L Telford Ave., 9

SCHOCKMAN, JOHN A. 343 Walton Ave., 7

TREON, WILLIAM C. 48 Victor Ave., 5

LEO, JEROME E. 1032 Highland Ave., 10

NORRIS, WILLIAM A. 1351 Cory Dr., 6

SCHOENBERGER, ROBERT H. 326 Cherry Dr., 5

TROCIN, ROBERT E. 630 Hadley Dr., 10

LIMBERT, ORVILLE L. 321 Pritz Ave., 10

O'DONNELL, JEREMIAH T. 157 Anna St., 7

SCHOMMER, THOMAS L. 23 Bell St., 3

TRUXEL, ROBERT W. 1144 Creighton Ave., 10

LUEHRS, RICHERD J. 723 Ho<japp Ave., 10

O'DONNELL, JOHN D. 1728 Radcliffe Rd ., 6

SCHREIN, DANl'EL D . 405 Park End Dr., 5

TRZECIAK, PAUL C. 1704 Leo St., 4

MADER, DONALD L. 2839 Preston St., 7

OSSEGE, RONALD F. .320 Pleasant St., 3

SCHUDER, JAMES H. 629 E. Central Ave., Miamisburg

TULLIS, THOMAS D . 101 E. Hudson Ave., 5

MAHLE, DAVID C. 163 N. Ardmore St., 7

OSTOPYAK, JOHN J. 1510 Riverview Ave., 7

SCHUMACHER, JAMES A. R.R. 2, Box 31C, Germantown

VERSIC, THOMAS C. 143 Oak Knoll Dr., 9

MALONE, NORMAN H. 34 Chatham Dr., 9

OTT, CHARLES L. 1609 Oakridge Ave., 7

SHANE, RICHARD J. 335 Knecht Dr., 5

VICKERS, JAMES E. 610 Creighton Ave., 10

MANGAN, NEIL E. 15 S. Quentin St., 3

PATTERSON, WILLIAM F. 367 Kenilworth Ave., 5

SHOCK, RALPH E. 607 Dakota St., 7

VYSZENSKI, JOHN 6056 N . Dixie Dr., 4

MANNING, ARTHUR F. 1059 Wilmington Ave., 9

PAYNE, RICHARD L. 428 Sandhurst Dr., 5

SHUMARD, KENNETH E. 121 Kammer Ave., 7

WAGER, ARTHUR 67 Cushing Ave., 9

MASCHINO, DALE J. 2116 Patterson Rd ., 10

PAYNE, ROBERT M. 801 Grafton Ave., 6

SIPOS, VINCENT J. 2508 Hoover Ave., 7

WAGNER, HERBERT S. 2835 Otterbein Ave., 6

PFEIFFER, THOMAS 434 Alaska St., 4

SIPPLE, JAMES L. 46 Homeview Dr., 5

WAGNER, JOHN K. 316 Bierce Ave., 3

MEHALL, BERNARD S. 4071 Foxboro Rd ., 6

POWERS, MICHAEL E. 331 St. Paul Ave., 10

SLATER, JOSEPH F. 1014 Carlisle Ave., 10

WALKER, JAMES R. 70 Baltimore St., 4

MEYERS, DAVID F. 1061 Superior Ave., 7

POWERS, WILLIAM M. 2650 Hazel Ave., 10

SLOAN, THEODORE W. 2327 Theodore Ave., 5

WALTER, JOHN F. 1818 Grand Ave., 5

MICHEL, LOUIS F. 117 S. Irwin St., 3

PYTEL, LEONARD R. 2743 Kenklare Ave., 10

SODER, EDWARD J . 45 Ashley Dr., 9

WEBER, C.LAWRENCE 727 Carlisle Ave., .10

MIKULA, STEPHEN R. 210 Notre Dame Ave., 4

REBOULET, RONALD C. 3224 Hiawatha Dr., 4

SOLLENBERGER, THOMAS D . 1550 Smithville Rd., 10

WEGERZYN, WALTER V. 215 Crane St., 3

REICH, LOUIS G. 52 S. Irwin St.! 3

STAFFORD, JOHN P. 620 Valley St., 4

WENING, GERALD G. 2504 St. Charles Ave., 10

MONNIN CARL F. 1005 Shakespeare Ave., 7

REID, CHARLES H. 700 S. Gettysburg Ave., 8

STARON, WALTER C. 817 N. Western Ave., 7

WENZEL, THOMAS E. 702 Gondert Ave., 3

MOON, JAMES M. 1418 Wyoming St., 10

REINERT, LEONARD V . 1769 King Ave., 10

STEIN, RICHARD A. 1340 Miami Chapel Rd., 8

WINHOVEN, JOHN R. 62 Sand hurst Dr., 5

MOORE, JAMES E. 1312 Canfield Ave., 6

REMLEY, JOHN A. 210 Richmond Ave., 6

STEINER, RICHARD 443 Grafton Ave., 6

MURRAY, THOMAS J. 40 E. Maplewood Ave., 5

RODERER, LAWRENCE R. 1510 Westona Dr., 10

STENGEL, WILLIAM L. 1154 Demphle Ave., 10

WOLF, JOHN H. 2119 Elsmere Ave., 6

McDONALD, JAMES T. 877 St. Agnes Ave., 7

RUFF, LAWRENCE A. 811 St. Nicholas Ave., 10

STINE, ROBERT D. 2128 Wayne Ave., 10

WOLF, PHILIP L. 2041 Elsmere Ave., 6

McELDOWNEY, RALPH H . 1333 Colwich Dr., 10

RUMPLE, ROBERT M. 1800 Glen Rd., 10

SUHR, EDWARD 1448 Brandt St., 3

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McILVAIN, DALE E. 1903 Kipling Dr., 6

SAW AY A, GEORGE A. 1030 Arbor Ave., 10

SUTTMAN, LAWRENCE J. 503 Buckeye St., Miamisburg

WUERSTL, DONALD M. 545 St. Paul Ave., 10

McINTYRE, JAMES M. 507 W. Main St., Eaton

SCARPELLI,.EDMUND R. 642 Hickory St., 10

TEPE, BERNARD J. 1805 Smithville Rd., 10

WUERSTL, JOHN D. 327 Nottingham Rd., 5

McMILLAN, JOHN R. 439 Maryland Ave., 4

SCHMIDT, LEON J. 1302 Patterson Rd ., 10

THOMA, WALTER J. 1028 Highland Ave., 10

ZIMMER, KENNETH E. 130 Baltimore St., 4

NARTKER, THOMAS A. 2626 Westfield Ave., 10

SCHAAF, DONALD C. 81~ St. Nicholas Ave., 10

TISCHER, RICHARD E. 372 Forest Ave., j

ZIMMERMAN, DONALD E. 1023 Carlisle Ave., 10

NEEDHAM, RICHARD T. 315 Brydon Rd., 9

SCHNEBLE, WALTER 200 Harman Blvd., 9

TO BE, JAMES J. 1340 Holly Ave., 10

ZIMMERMAN, EDWARD J. 1523 Oakridge Ave., 7

NIEKAMP, JOHN F. 426 Quitman St., 10

SCHNEIDER, C. PHILIP 1522 W. Riverview Ave., 7

MAYER, MATTHEW 34 Woodruff Dr., 5

MONNIG, NORMAN 27 S. Meadow Rd., 6

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cass of 1954 Congratulations! To you who have completed a most important milestone in your life ••• CONGRATULATIONS! As you prepare to assume greater responsibilities, never lose the knowledge you have gained on how to study. Education does not end at school, but continues all through life. This is a fast-moving age. More than ever before, success will be achieved by those who are alert, energetic and studious. There is no limit to the possibilities of growth and usefulness for those who make use of every opportunity for self-improvement. Live your life so that you will add new honor to the name of Chaminade High School.

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Large enough to serve you well.

"We never close"

Small enough to appreciate you.

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Fu 3333

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Ke 4591

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MEYER AND BOEHMER Funeral Directors

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209 S. Jefferson St.

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Open 7 Days a Week Noon Day Lunches

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816 SHEDBOURNE AVENUE

Class of 138

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M. J. GIBBONS SUPPLY CO.

A Friend

Plumbing and Heating Equipment 619 E. Monument Avenue DA YTON-MIDDLETOWN-PIQUA

"FOOS" CLARK BAR and RESTAURANT

Compliments

2400 E. Third Street

of

Delicious Chicken, Steaks, Fish

A FRIEND

014245 LOUIS CLARK, '39

GEM CITY VALET SERVICE 134 N. Main Street

Dayton Fu 6839

Congratulations To the Class of 1954

From a Friend

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Congratulations Seniors GOOD LUCK Seniors

N. H. ZIMMERMAN and

TWO LEGS INC.

Family

Your Pants Headquarters In Dayton 136 S. Main Street PANTS

SWEATERS

JACKETS

Compliments of CARL'S BARBERS 820 Cincinnati Street Hours: 8-6, Sat. 8-5:30 Closed Wednesday

Compliments of THE CITY LOAN AND SAVINGS CO. Dayton, Ohio

Dayton 8, Ohio Compliments of

CONGRESS BOWLING ALLEY

College Inn

221 Troy Street

Ad 0823

Compliments of

PENNINGTON BREAD

HERB ZINK'S MARKET

Duncan Hines Bread and Rolls

2931 E. Third Street

Distributed by

Ke 1435

DAYTON, OHIO

JOHN S. DELZEITH 420 Kolping Ave.

Ke 5851


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THE SALEM AND NORTH SHEET METAL CO. Shop: 3580 Salem Avenue

LEO AUG

Office: 22 1 Kenilworth Avenue

Phone: Ta 1821

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THE CHAMINADE MOTHERS' CLUB

Best Wishes Class of '54

SHAw路s DELICATESSEN 2618 Hoover Avenue BEER AND WINE

Carry Out Open seven days a week

9 A.M. to 10 P.M. ,JOE and MIL SHAW-Proprietors

Me 1639


Congratulations to the Class of 154 from

GEO. A. PFLAUM. PUBLISHER. Inc. Publisher of THE MESSENGERS and TREASURE CHEST 38 W. Fifth Street Dayton, Ohio

B & C BAKING CO., INC.

AGNEW ART & PHOTOCOPIES, INC.

DETAILED SERVICES

124 E. Third St., Dayton

For Business and

ART SERVICE-PHOTOCOPIES

Holiday Gifts

PHOTOSTATS

Mi 3031

Pick-Up and Delivery Service

RATHWEG INSURANCE AGENCY

Nobody in Dayt路on Sells Better Drugs

CARL A. SCHMIDT DRUG CO.

632 Hulman Bldg.

114 W. Fifth St.

DAYTON 2, OHIO

MEDICINES, DRUGS, CHEMICALS

He 5981

ANDY HINDERS

Best Wishes

Thirty Years

SLYDERS TAVERN

Diamonds, Elgin Watches

836 Watervliet Avenue

Diamond Settings 845 U. B. Building

He 4701

Ma 3511

HERLE'S "FORMAL RENTAL FOR ALL OCCASIONS" Open Evenings by Appointment

17 South Jefferson AD 2071


Compliments of

THE BLUE BIRD BAKING CO. 521 Kiser St. He 7474

M. L. SARMIR

SEP'S SERVICE

SUNOCO SERVICE

5001 Salem Avenue

3603 Riverside Drive

Ra 0120

Tires, Batteries, Service Calls

Compliments of

WILLIAM A. SANTO

KIELBASO & LESHER

Hardware, Electrical, Plumbing

Building Contractors

Supplies

Commercial and Residential

621 Xenia Avenue

401 Brandt St.

Fu 3969

Ke 6621

QUINN AUTO TOP 218 W. Third Street

THE SULPHUR GROVE MACHINE CO. INC.

Auto Upholstering, Seat Covers

R.R. 9, Box 577-Dayton 4, Ohio

Tops, Supplies

Ad 6642

PAT QUINN

HAROLD VANHOOK

Manufacturers of all kinds of

'47

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tools and dies

BERT 1. DAILY Artist's Materials Signwriter's Supplies 126 E. Third St. Ad 4121


Freshmen Salesmen meet for instructions. Ronald Beisel, John Jauch, Tom Schommer, Jack Thein, Bro. Charles Bergedick, Tom Roddy, Robert Bogovitz, Robert Masten, Richard Cayton, and Freddy Faust.

CENTURY BAR lOS. Jefferson St.

JERRY'S TAVERN

Ad 0281

207 Burleigh Ave.

GREENMONT RESTAURANT

Me 0137

2032 Home Ave.

Open 7 Days a Week

Me 0243

CHICKEN, STEAKS

MENKER'S PARTY HUT

CHOPS, CABBAGE ROLLS

3600 Kings Highway

SANDWICHES

Social and Wedding Receptions

REGULAR DINNERS

(Rental)

Beer, Liquor, Food

MR. and MRS CLARENCE MENKER, Props.

Ta 5708

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T. E. DUNLEVEY AND SON Plumbing and Heating

Wa 4066

Wa 7477 Serving Dayton Over 50 Years

Congratulations to the Class of 1954

OBERER CONSTRUCTION CO.

Precision Rubber Products Corporation "0" Ring and Dyna-seal Specialists

441 East Siebenthaler Ave. Dayton, Ohio SEWER AND WATER LINES

3110 Oakridge Drive

Ta 9543

DAYTON 7, OHIO


WAGNER & WAGNER OILS INCORPORATED Distributors of MOBILGAS

MOBILOIL

MOBILHEAT

Congratulations Class of 1954 from GEORGE C. CAPORAL, Factory Rep.

ENDICOTT-JOHNSON

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S.W.S. CHEVROLET COMPANY

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JOHN T. REESE, CONTRACTOR ASPHALT PAVING CONTRACTOR Industriq(

Private

Wa 3186

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LUDLOW RADIATOR SERVICE. INC. 34 Franklin Street

Dayton 2, Ohio

RADIATOR SPECIALISTS SINCE 1920

JEROME J. MUTH

HOWARD W. MUTH

He 1742

CONGRATULATIONS

Heating and Ventilating

To the CLASS OF '54

SETSER SHEET METAL and ROOFING CO.

MUTH BROS .• INC.

613 E. Second St.

520 S. Jefferson St.

Ad 2281

Dayton 2, Ohio

THE ROTH OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. Dayton 2, Ohio

113 E. Third Street

Fu 6175

"As Near As Your Phone"


JIM FLYNN SPORTING GOODS

Congratulations and Best Wishes

School Sweaters and Jackets

1954

For Success to the Class of

GUNS, MOTORS, FISHING TACKLE

SAWAYA'S FRENCH MARKETS

Where Sportsmen Serve Sportsmen

Five Complete Food Markets

FIRST AND JEFFERSON STREETS

FANCY GROCERIES, CHOICE MEATS

In Stock

DAYTON. OHIO

and VEGETABLES

With All Good Wishes For Class of 1954

The Dayton Fabricated Steel Co. 1300 E. MONUMENT AVENUE

The Dayton

St~ncil

Works Co.

113 E. SECOND STREET

Industrial Steel Service 1300 E. MONUMENT AVENUE

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Junior Salesmen: Ben Ostendorf, Charles Redman, B. J. Borchers, John Patko, Paul Waldenmeyer, and Rcobert Hoy.

Cub Cafe 1300 Richard Street

Beall's

Drive In

Ke " 0114 LIQUOR, BEER and WINE

Fine Hungarian Food

5713 W. Third Street

WE ARE ALWAYS HAPPY

Home of the

TO SERVE YOU

IIBIG JIMII


REID'S TRUCKING SERVICE 700 S. GeHysburg Avenue

SCHOENBERGER'S PHARMACY Prescription Specialists

Me 1078 General Hauling and Top Soil

"Dayton's Favorite Drug Store" Ta 1147 555 Salem Avenue CORNER NORTH AVENUE

ART THEATRE 1924 VVayne Avenue 013132

MONTGOMERY COUNTY FARM BUREAU Co-op Assn. Feed, Seed, Fence Phone Mu 1644

BEIGEL JEWELERS, INC. 20 N. Main Street

Fertilizer Gasoline, Fuel Oil. Farm Machinery Spray Material Specialist for Lawn and Garden Supplies

TRUCK PAINTING-GENERAL REPAIR VVELDING

路A FRIEND

JOHN BUSSE SONS

Yum Yum Restaurant

Builders of Custom Truck Bodies

4320 Far Hills Avenue

319-336 S. Montgomery Street

(Next to Town- and Country)

Dayton 10, Ohio

Dining Room Car Service

Carry Out

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LEE HILGEFORD AUTO SALES INC.

1721 N. Main St.

355 S. Main St.

"Where nice people and nice food meet"

Ta 2883

Phone He 7443 PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER Sales and Service

WHITE CLOVER DAIRY FARMS New Natural Homogenized Vitamin A and D Milk

Ke 1779

Ke 6911

WM. BROCKMAN & SONS FURNACE CO • . 116 Valley St.

"Nature makes the difference"

He 6838

VETERAN'S · WINDOW CLEANING CO.

HEATING and AIR-CONDITIONING

3900 Delphos Ave.

Me 8866

DAYTON ACCORDION ACADEMY I 500 S. Brown Street

MEAT

Mi 6111

liThe Finest in Town"

"Everything for the Accordionist"

Well Trimmed U. S. Prime and Choice Grades

PATTERSON FOOD MARKET Corner Patterson and Shroyer Rds.

Wa 1158

Wa 1159

Congratulations Seniors

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Dayton Council

No. 500


The Advertising Department typing copy for the printer. Tom. Eisenhauer, Dick Bondurant, Don Schaff, Bob Schoenberger, Tom Sollenberger, and Walter Staron.

WEILER WELDING CO., 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 Distributor for Airco Supplies, Equipment and Ohio Medical Gases 324 E. Second Street

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• 104 N. Main Street

Dayton 2, Ohio

Mi 6517

Mi 6516

Next Door to Rossiter's

MUTUAL ELECTRIC CO. COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL

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619 Silver Lane

DAYTON 10. OHIO

KE 9127


DON E. BRUNE PHARMACY Prescription Druggist Troy and Hart Streets

Dayton, Ohio

A REAL PRESCRIPTION STORE

SCHLIENTZ & MOORE FUNERAL HOME

LEFELD'S BARBER SHOP

1632 Wayne Ave.

3009 E. Third Street

Ke 1441

ULLRICH'S DRUG STORE

DERBY'S CUT RATE

Dayton View's Leading Drug Store

2046 Wayne Ave.

801 Lexington Avenue

DAYTON, OHIO

Ra 5818

SEITZ HARDWARE CO.

NORTHTOWN BAR

Town and Country-Dayton View

(Formerly Utach's Cafe)

146 E. Stroop Rd.-2024 Salem Ave.

Liquor, Food, Beer

Wa 1186

Open 'til 2:30

Ra 4996 Ra 0262

SERENA ART TERRAZZO CO., INC. (T errazzo Flooring)

Commercial and Residential 215 Kiser St. WE INSTALLED THE FLOORS AT SCHOOL

4320 N. Main St.


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TOM ZIMMERMAN. '47 Sales Representative

Ad 3227

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THE WESTERN AND SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 4215 N. Mainn St.

BEST WISHES

Or 5431

to Class of 1954 NORTHTOWN SPORTING GOODS

from Dayton's Leading Drive-in

Photo Supplies annd Hobby Supplies

Shopping Center

Or 3351

4217 N. Main St.

TOWN AND COUNTRY S. FAR HILLS and E. STROOP

MIRACLE LANE Congratulations to the

3030 Salem Ave.

Class of 1954 from A FRIEND

RIVERDALE PHARMACY Hy-Pure Drugs

Congratulations

301 Delaware Avenue

and Best Wishes'

Phone Ra 9662

to All

"Prescri ption Specialists"

Seniors

DON HERSMAN-Pharmacist

NORTHSIDE FURNITURE CO. 101 Valley at Keowee A. ROBERT BRAND, President

Class of '32

ComplimeRts of ...

FRANCIS A. BONANNO .CO. Importer of . . .

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FINE WINES and CHAMPAGNE


Bowl and Relax MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

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LESSONS

POELKING BOWLING LANES

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REPAIR SERVICE

1403 Wilmington Avenue DAYTON, OHIO

HAUER MUSIC HOUSE Best Wishes to the Class of '54

34 E. First Street

H & M CLEANERS, INC. 4149 Linden Ave.-Ma 6631 928 Valley St.-Fu 9075

For Pick-up and delivery service

Congratulations to the

Call Ma 6631

Class of '54

HINDERS HOME FURNISHINGS

. DAYTON OPTICAL COMPANY

1906 E. Third Street

Fidelity Building

DAYTON, OHIO

He 7913

Phone Ke 2322

Dayton 2, Ohio

Compliments of

Congratulations

BEN WESTBROCK & SONS

Class of 1954

Funeral Home 1712 Wayne Avenue Ke 6161

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NEEDHAM SHELL SERVICE 240 I Far Hills Avenue Dayton/ Ohio Wa 0151

MOTOR TUNE-UP MINOR REPAIRS BRAKE SERVICE GOODYEAR TIRES

5HELlUniC TIOM

DELCO BATTERIES.


WHITE-ALLEN CHEVROLET OHIO'S LARGEST DEALER

BEST DEAL IN TOWN

422 North Main Street

HE 3701

WILLIAMS MARKET 23 Park Avenue

Prime Beef Market of Oakwood Lamb, Veal, Pork, Poultry

Fish The pick of the crop in fresh fruits

Delivery

342 Troy St.

Fu 0544 We Serve SEALTEST ICE CREAM

and vegetables

Wa 2147

JEROME'S DELICATESS EN

DELICIOUS HAMBURGERS LIGHT LUNCHES

Cold Beer and Wine to Go AIR CONDITIONED


To the ClaSS' of 154 May You Always Practice Charity Compliments of

GEBHARDT'S MARKET WHITE VILLA QUALITY FOODS

Soft Drinks

Carry Out Beer

WOODY'S GROCERY

CHUCK FREY'S DELICATESSEN

1528 Oakridge Dr.

GROCERIES AND MEATS ICE CREAM

Corner of Burkhardt and Martz Avenue

NICHOLS LUNCH 01 3821

Sportsmen's Headquarters Sodas, Malts, Sundaes 3030 Oakridge Dr.

N. J. DIX and SONS INC. , 60' Chapel St.

Ad 8004

Me 0104


Dayton's Friendly Cab Service

LIBERTY CABS. INC. 220 W. Third Street Ad 5225

locally Owned and Operated


Congratulations Seniors

Walt's

BELMONT THEATRE 712 Watervliet Ma5731

Marathon Service 4000 N. Main and Wampler DAYTON, OHIO Ra 0372

Congratulations On Another Banner Year EAGLE MALT SHOP Across from Chaminade

KEN STUTZMAN

"Elsie" says, "Best Wishes" THE BORDEN COMPANY

WESTWOOD FLOWER SHOP Me 4822

3912 Delphos Ave. Dayton 7, Ohio

Milk Division 219 E. Fifth St.

HILDA STUTZMAN

He 1275

BOWSER'S SERVICE STATION

ONE HOUR MARTINIZING

Sohio X70 and Supreme Gasoline

Sohio Standard Penn Esso Motor Oils

For the Best in Dry Cleaning

Ke 0144 Wayne Ave. at Smithville Road DAYTON, OHIO

Three Convenient Locations

BAKER'S DRUG STORE Prescription Druggist

44 West Third Street

618 Five Oaks Avenue

22 East Fourth Street

Phone Ra 0366 Dayton, Ohio

Fifth and Ludlow Streets

NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR ONE HOUR SERVICE Each Store Its Own Complete Plant

Compliments of

BUDDE SHEET METAL WORKS


"THE SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE" Featuring "SAND" Award Sweaters

FIREARMS FISHING TACKLE GOLF - TENNIS MOTORS - BOATS - ETC.

TEAM and CLUB Equipment

Distributors for

MacGregor-Goldsmith Wright & Ditson Spalding Wholesale and Retail

Congratulations to the Class of 1954

THE CHAMINADE FATHERS' CLUB

DOROTHY LANE MARKET 2710 Far Hills Avenue FINE FOODS Open Every Day 9 'til 10


Congratulations To the Class of 1954

VITO GACCETTA1S SPAGHETTI HOUSE 748 Brown Street

Dayton, Ohio

The Home of Good Food Fu 8931


INDEX TO ADVERTISERS ABC Exterminating, 142 Agnew Art, 150 Aman & Co., 141 Art Theater, 158 Baker's Drug Store, 170 B & C Bakicg Co., 150 BeaU's Drive In, 157 C. Oscar Beigel, 158 Beigel Jewelers, 145 Belmont Theatre, 170 L. M. Berry & Co., 137 Best's Auto Stores, 139 Biltmore Drug Store, 136 Blue Bird Baking, 151 Bonanno Co., 164 Bonbright Dist., 140 Borden Milk Co., 170 Bowman Funeral Home, 144 Bowser's, 170 Wm. Brockman & Sons, 159 Brooks-Chappell, 132 Brune's Pharmacy, 162 Bucher Bros., 136 Budde Sheet Metal, 170 John Busse & Sons, 158 George C. Caporal, 154 Carl's Barbers, 147 Club Cayoda, 165 Century Bar, 152 City Loan & Savings, 147 College Inn, 147 Comercial Tank, 135 Congress Bowling, 147 Cub Cafe, 157 Bert L. Daily, Inc., 151 B. G. Danis Co., 133 Davis Typewriter 139 Davue Bar, 140 Dayton Accordion, 159 Dayton Church Sup., 145 Dayton Optical Co., 165' Dayton Press, 139 Dayton Stencil, 156 Derby's Cut Rate, 162 N. J. Dix & Sons, 158 Dorthy Lane Market, 171 T. E. Dunlevey, 153 Eagle Malt Shop, 170 Father's Club, 171 Jim Flynn's, 150 "Foos" Clark's, 146 Francis Electric, 144 Frey's Delicatessen, 168 Vito Gaccetta's, 168 Gebhardt's Market, 168 G.E.L. Electric, 139

Gem City Valet Service, 147 M. J. Gibbons, 146 Gitzinger Trucking, 139 Hauer Music House, 165 Herle's Formal Rent., 150 Hickory Cafe, 139 Hilgeford's, 159-139 Andy Hinders, 150 Hinders Home Fur., 165 H & M Cleaners, 165 Jergens Excavatinng, 139 Jerome's Del., 167 Jerry's Tavern, 152 K'ander Drugs, 145 Kiebaso & Lesher, 151 Knights of Columbus, 159 David Koester, 143 Kramer's, 136 Frank Kronauge, 143 Kuenle & Berk Drugs, 142 Leckrone & Son's, 146 Lefeld's Barber Shop, 162 Liberty Cab Inc., 169 Ludlow Radiator, 155 Mac's Market, 144 Mantia's Superette, 134 Matty's Tavern, 139 Maxton's Market, 144 Mayer's Lad 'n Dad, 144 Meyer & Boehmer, 137 Meyer Drugs, 144 Mont. Co. Farm Bur., 158 Mother's Club, 137 Murphy's Bakery, 137 Mufh Bros., Inc., 155 Mutual Electric Co., 161 N.C.R., 132 Neal Dairy, 134 Needham's, 166 Nichols Lunch, 168 Niehaus Sporting, 171 Northtown Bar, 162 Northtown Sporting, 164 Oberer Construction, 153 One Hour Martinizing, 170 Patterson Food MH., 159 Pennington Bread, 147 Geo. A. Pflaum, Inc., 150 Poelking Lanes, 165 Poepplmeier's Market, 134 Precision Rubber, 153 Quinn Auto Top, 151 Ratweg Insurance, 150 John T. Reese, 154 John Reich, 142 Reid's Trucking, 158

Riverdale Pharmacy, 164 Geo. Roderer & Sons, 144 Roderer Shoes, 141 Roth Office Equip., 155 Royston Jewelers, 144 Salem and North Metal, 148 Santo Hardware, 151 M. L. Sarmir, 151 Sawaya's Market, 156 Schlientz & Moore, 162 Carl A. Schmidt, 150 Schoenberger's, 158 Sol Schultz, & Co., 139 Sealtest Ice Cream, 145 Seitz Hardware Co., 162 Sep's Mobil Service, 151 Sereno Art Terrazzo, 162 Setser Sheet Metal, 155 R. L. Shane, 135 Shaw's Delicatessen, 159 Shaw & Marchant Co., 149 / Shores Inn, 142 Slyders Tavern, 150 Edward C. Steiner, 140 Suchers Packing, 134 Sulphur Grove Mach., 151 Thompson, Florist, 145 Town & Country, 164 Tropics, 159 Truman Opticians, 161 Two Legs, Inc., 147 Ullrich's Drug, 162 Veteran's Window CI., 159 Viking Tool & Die, 146 Wagner & Wagner, 154 Walt's Marathon, 170 Charles L. Weiler, 143 Weiler Welding Co., 143 Westbrock & Sons, 165 Western & Southern, 164 Westwood Flower, 170 White-Allen, 167 White Clover Dairy, 159 Wilkie's Market, 143 Will1am's Market, 167 Wolfe Studio, 154 Woody's Grocery, 168 Chas. Wuichet Co., 158 Yum Yum Restaurant, 158 Zimmerman-Bugden, 135 C. W. Zimmerman Inc., 163 N. H. Zimmerman, 147 Herb Zink's Market, 147


BUSINESS PATRONS CHESTER ALLEN-CARPENTER 1209 Wisconsin Blvd. FU-9365 ALLEN'S DRUG SmiThville and Linden Ave. KE-2422 ARBOR FIESTA 1434 Arbor Ave. KE-O 157 E. BAKOS GROCERY 1231 Superior Ave. RA-4022 BAUMER'S TAVERN 3009 Far Hills Ave. WA-0168

CELESTE BAR 1149 Smithville Rd. Dayton, Ohio COBLERS BARBER SHOP 1330 N. Main St. Dayton, Ohio CORNER TAP 531 Ohio St. FU-0361 DABEL THEATRE 1970 S. Smithville Rd. OL-1600 DALE FASHIONS 1935 N. MAIN ST. TA-936I

BEARINGS, INC. HE-373I

DAVID'S RELIABLE GLASS, INC. 279 Valley St. HE-7888

BOCKRATH GROCERY 94 Baltimore St. FU-9001

DELPHOS DEL 3219 Delphos Ave. MU-1971

BONHAGE DELICATESSEN 2405 Smithville Road KE-OHO

DOC'S CORNER 500 Westwood Ave. ME-0122

BRANDT HARDWARE 5 Troy St. FU-1821

DOMINIC'S DELICATESSEN 124 N. Broadway Dayton, Ohio

BRUNSWICK MARKET 5 Brandt St. MI-1566

ED & ARTS SERVICE 1820 Wyoming St. KE-063I

BUCKEYE DELICATESSEN 429 Brown St. FU-0546

EDISON CAFE 20 I Edison St. AD-0970

BUCK'S GULF SERVICE 108 N. Broadway FU-0127

ED'S CAFE 1100 Valley St. HE-0185

POINT SERVICE STATION Germantown and Lakeview Ave. ME-0249

EVANS CARTAGE CO. Box ! 3, Station A Dayton, Ohio


FARMERS PRODUCE MKT. 1602 Valley Pike AD-0744

HOSPITALITY HOUSE 456 Patterson Rd. WA-0858

C. J. FELTZ OFFICE APPLIANCES 1408 N. Main St. RA-68 I I

ILLES TAVERN 607 Dakota St. FU-5058

F & F HARDWARE 2607 Patterson Rd. KE-3908

JONES BROS. FUNERAL HOME 455 W. Fifth St. AD-8279

FILO'S BAR 903 Webster 路St. FU-0569

RALPH KAMMER 2333 Rustic Rd. TA-6357

FLOYD DRUG 2900 Shroyer Rd. WA-3555

KENDERS NITE CLUB 1251 W. Third St. AD-0809

FOUNTAIN CAFE 30 E. Fifth St. Dayton, Ohio

KENNETT'S 740 Watervliet Ave. MA-5658

FOUR ACES DELICATESSEN 1111 W. Third St. FU-2,24

KESSEN'S FOOD MARKET 1902 Wyoming Ave. MA-419 1

FROST'S QUALITY MARKET 3528 N. Main St. RA-6502

KEY HOLE CARRY OUT 4625 Salem Ave.

HARRIS FUNERAL HOME 49 Linden Avenue KE-3129

KIRKS VARIETY STORE 348 Troy St. MI-7667

HAUSFIELD HARDWARE 711 Shroyer Rd. WA-358I

KLEIN'S DEPT. STORE 765 Troy St. HE-8125

HELLER DRUGS 1442 Wayne Ave. OL-5522

KOBES MARKET 607 Cincinnati St. AD-0940

HILDBRAND DAIRY 1314 Lamar AD-1311

LEO'S BARBER SHOP 3523 Riverside Dr. Dayton, Ohio

HOME EUIPMENT CO. 2016 E. Third St. KE-4623

MAIN AND HELENA MARKET 1200 North Main St. MI-9901

HORNS DELICATESSEN 235 Lowes St. FU-2071

MALENA'S MARKET 1203 Cincinnati St. AD-43 I I

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Jack Ditzel. an artist. too.

Bro. John Blank chats with Vince DeVanney.


TOM MANTIA PRODUCE 1546 Emmons MA-1366 MARION'S ICE CREAM SHOP "2031 N. Main St. RA-0355

OPEN DOOR RESTAURANT 700 Watervliet Ave. KE-6572 PAUL'S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT 3636 Linden Ave. KE-O153

MARKS DRY GOODS 719 Xenia Ave. MA-1762

ROBERT M. PAYNE, INSURANCE 3 E. Second St. MI-562 I

McCLOSKEY BROS. DAIRY 6417 N. Dixie Dr. RA-3465

RAMSEY'S MARKET 218 Valley St.

McLIN FUNERAL HOME 1130 Germantown St. HE-782I McMILLAN & SONS LIGHT HAULING 439 Maryland Ave. MI-258 I MIAMI RECORDS 125 Valley St. MI-5531 MILLER SPORTING GOODS, INC. 68 E. Stroop Rd. WA-1109 MILTNER SALES SERVICE 229 Xenia Ave. AD-556I MOLERS ICE CREAM CO. 3400 S. Smithville KE-0120 NELSON'S VARIETY STORE 2 Rembrandt Blvd. Ma-0305 OAKWOOD RESTAURANT 2414 Far Hills Ave. Dayton, Ohio OLD FASHION CATERING 615 Hart St. FU-4966 HE-4277

REEDER PIANO CO. 1968 N. Main St. OR-663I RUBENSTEIN'S INC. 1142 W. 3rd St. FU-4133 RUMANI MKT. 3123 Linden Ave. OL-5401 SACKSTEDER'S MARKET 1726 S. Broadway AD-54 I I SCHIML'S DRY CLEANERS 4513 Dixie Dr. TA-8702 SELL'S MARJ<ET 305 Delaware Ave. TA-5611 SPIC & SPAN DRY CLEANERS 1713 W. Third St. ME-8511 STELZER'S MARKET 2722 Wayne Ave. KE-1631 STERNS SOHIO SERVICE Salem and Otterbein RA-0248


STREH LE SHOE REPAI R 1212 Brown and 1408 Wayne Ave. MA-3331

VICTOR ADDING MACH INE CO. 826 Cincinnati St. AD-6258

SUN RAY COCKTAIL BAR Wayne and Wyoming AD-0789

WAHRAB JEWELERS SUPPLIES 2914 Wayne Ave. KE-2349

TOBIAS FUNERAL HOME 648 Watervliet Ave. MA-3122

WAPELHORST-HDWE. & FURN. 2500-08 E.Fifth KE-2722

TOLLINGER & SON 2029 E. Third St. Dayton, Ohio

WEAVER HARDWARE & VARIETY STORE Cincinnati and Bolander AD-3110

TOT 'N' TEENTOWNE 460 Patterson Road WA-777 I

WENDEL'S SHOE STORE 828 Cincinnati St. FU-3962

TOWN & COUNTRY JEWELERS 4305 E. Town and Country Road OX-3181

WHITE HOUSE 209 S. Ludlow St. FU-0362

VALLEY INN 227 Valley St. FU-0283

ZIEGLERS DRUG STORE 1953 E. Third St. MA-6454

V-BAR 200 I E. Third St. KE-0285

ZIMMERMAN SERVICE STATION 349 N. Western Ave. ME-0144

Mr. Donahue explains the operation of the human ear to Howard Wolfe, Richard Stringfellow, Ronald White, Joe Scheper, and John Witte.

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Mrs. Ray G. Helmig Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Heiber Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hildebrand Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Holliday Mrs. A. J. Huber

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bieker C. F. Blatz Family Joe Blincoe '54 Mr. and Mrs .. T. H. Bonser Mrs. Margaret F. Brenner

Mr. annd Mrs. Wm. F. Huber James C. Hussman Mr. arid Mrs. Adolph Jablinski Judy and Curly William Krammer

Andrew Broadstone Mr. and Mrs. Ernest o. Brown Louis A. Brucken Mr. and Mrs. E. o. Brun Sill Burger-3B

Mr. Mr. Mr. Bill Mr.

Mr. and Mrs. Herman W. Burger Jerome E. Burger Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Busse Mary Ann Clark~ Jerry Delzieth and Family

Helen and Julian Ksiezopolski Jerry B. Kuntz '54 A. M. Lafferty Lt. Colonel and Mrs. H. A. Lange Mr. Lloyd G. Lemons

A Democrat Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Doepker Helen B. Dorgan Mr. and Mrs. Joe Drerup Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dudley

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Leo and Family Mr. Lowus W. Limbert Lois and Larry Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Luehrs Frank C. Maloney '42

Thomas Dunnigan East End Drugs Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Eisenhauer Wm. A. Evers and Family Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fischer

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Mangan Tony Marquitz '53 Maurice J. Heinrich John Leo McGarry Jr. '42 Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mcintyre

Eddie Flynn '51 Mr. Joe H. Fortkamp John D. George Jo Ann Gouldburn Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Grilliot

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Monnig Norm Monnig Emory Morris Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Nartker Miss Margaret Neoling

Don Hauer '54 Georqe Frank Heeter Bob Heidenreich '54 Herry E. Heier Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Heiman

Charles Ott '54 Helen and Ed Page Andy Patko '53 Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Pfeiffer

and Mrs. Leo Karl annd Mrs. Harry Kennedy and Mrs; Vinton C. Kirk Kamer and Mrs. Andrew W. Kraus


Mr. Francis Phiffer Carole and Paul Len Reinert '54 Mr. Leonard J. Reinert A Republican Mr. and Mrs. Albert Santillo Dr. and Mrs. Clemens J. Schneble Dr. and Mrs. Richard C. Schneble Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schrein Mr. and Mrs. James Schuder Thomas J. Schultz '55 Schultz's Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schumacher Vince Sipos '54 Miss Francis L. Shack Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Slater Mr. and Mrs. Jos. D. Sloan

Jerry Byerly and Doc Tom Gabriel sewing up Ray Jackowski.

James H. Sloane Miss Pat . Smedley Bob Smith Enterprises Ben Staub Mary A. Stedman Mr. and Mrs. Louis SuHman '50 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tepe Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Truxel John Wagner '54 Mr. and Mrs. John Wening AI Wissman '48 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolf Mr. and Mrs. Jahn H. Wolf Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zimmerman Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Zink and Family Mr. and Mrs. August Wuerstl

The men behind the mustaches are Bob Masten and Tom Miller.

A ship builder and his model schooner. Fred Schiml, Frank Eckley, Don Miller, Bro. Bernard Plogman, Don Vagedes, and Joe Mencsik.

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"SENIOR B"-Back rou': B. Mehall, M. Laukhardt, B. Tepe, W. Clarke, R. Caporal. Front rou': D . Huber, W. Schneble, T. Ferdelman. D . Allgyer.

INTRAMURAL CHAMPS

"SOPHOMORE D"-Back row: R. Sherry, D. Supensky, ]. Scheper. 'f. Weidner, T. Suptnsky, ] . Smith, Coach . Front rou': J. WenJing. W . Schroth , ] . Ungerleider, ]. Witte, J. Steinbrugge.

"FROSH K"-Back row: T. Smith, W. Stukey. J. Watkins, J. Thein . R. Roth. Front row: ]. Sutter, D . Weber, E. SengI, J. Ross, T . Shock.

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TENNIS Another squad in Chaminade's long list of athletic teams is the tennis team, which finished competition in the city league this season with fair success. The netsters, under the tutelage of coach Ed Regan, ended the season with a 5· 3 mark. This year's team displayed a great amount of sportsmanship, and , though their record doesn 't show it, were in the struggle all the way.

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, . . -:--. Back row: J. Smith, J . Bonser, C. Ott, D . Schrein. J. Scheper. D. Supensky, . Coach Regan. From row: T. Litmer, E. Farkas, J. Helmig, T. Supensky.

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GOLF The highly competitive golf team came through admirably again . in their attempt at the conquest of the city title narrowly missing out after a very close match with the league champions, Fairmont. Hurt very much this year by graduation, the underclassmen took over and made the ~haminade golf team a threat this year and a threat in the year to come.

Back row: Coach Weaver, R. Kleiner, F. Blesi. Frolll row: A. Reynolds, S. Nolan, W . Macbeth .

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BASEBALL After a ten year absence from the Chaminade sports scene, baseball made its comeback with a rousing 11 to 1 vidory over Stivers, fol· lowed by a successful season and a trip to Cincinnati for the district play·offs. Under the able coaching of Mr. Tom Fre· ricks, the team showed balance, and joined with sportsmanship, it proved to be the down· fall of a great majority of its opponents.

R Dor·. We erzyn,· D Huber , W. b gtt admire the\{ D Zimn1erman, ··k and J. Cor e . C ch Frenc s, sten, oa regional trophY·

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S/tllldillg: W. Schneble, ]. Dorsten, N. Stoecklein, T. Keehn , D. Monnin, R. Sweetman, ] . Wes· sels, ]. Kenney, Coach Frericks. S eated: ]. Reboulet, T. Harris, R. Dorsten , ]. Connar, ] . Corbett, J. Raiff, D. Zimmerman, W. Wegerzyn, D. Huber. Foregroulld: W. Krewedl, ] . Sanderman.

Coach Frericks congratulates ]. Wessels on his no·hitter.

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CLASS 1/81/

"GILLOTTI REALITY"-FrOIlI row: B. Homan, ]. Gillotti, D . Gillotti, D. O'Reilly, D. Schamel. Berek rotl ': G. Vorhees, F. Blesi, F. Farrell, A. Mikula, T. Hennessey .

"LAMPOONS"-Frolll rou': D. Allgyer, P . Brenner, D . Huber. Back row: W . Clarke, B. Caporal, M. Laukhardt, B. Tepe,

"FIREHOUSE FIVE"-Fronl row: D , Hauer, B. Payne. Back ,'ow: ]. Berry, M. Lafferty, B. Treon, T. Agnew.

"NIMBLE NETSTERS"-FroJJI rou': L. Weber, J. ,Patko, W. Gibson, E. Zimmerman. Back rotl': E. farkas , V . Sipos, C. Ott, B. Mehall.

"]UNIOR B"-Frulll rOtl': D , Hopkins, T. Kennedy . Back row: E. Koogler, T. Ro:h, W. Maher, C. Redman.

"BELMONT"-Frollt rou': B. Powers, C. Bruggeman, L. Schmidt. Back r011': ]. Ditzel , D. Meyer, T . Nartker, R. Kuhbander.

"]ABBERW ALKERS"-FroJJI row: R. Batsche, W, Thoma . B(I(k row: T. Ferdelman, ]. Remley, T. Keller, ]. Drerup.

"SCALLIONS"-FrOIlI rotl': L. Lange, R. Brown, D. Burkhardt, J. Helmig. Back row: D, Luehrs, J. O'Donnell, D. Maschino, E. Berk.


"SHROYER'S" - Frolll rGU': N. Hoening. Middl e rou ': P. Makley, T. Woodall, J . Delaney, T. Krap f. P. Tarlano. T op row: J. Didier, T. Dunl evy. C. Co ughlin , J. Fahnestock.

"JIM FL YNN"-Frollt row: J. Flynn. Middle rou': H . Herolzer, G. D eger, J. Poole, J. H orwath , G . Rosenga rten . T op row: R. Isentrager, F. Faust, A. Miller, R. Keyes , S. Cichanowicz.

"LEE HILGEFORD"-Frollt fOW: J . Godfrey . Middle row: D. Martin, T . Berger, A. Reynolds, S. Pietrzak, T _ Martin . Top row: J . Brogan, J. Monnin, R. Hale, R. Smith.

" NAMO" -Frollt ,路ow: F. Bonanno , J . Kemper, J. Witte, D. Tumbusch, T . Trick. T op row: J. Dalbey, J. D akin, T. Sed lock, P. Minser.

"SEALTEST"-Front fOW: T. Roddy. Middle row: C. Davis, J. Gardner, W. Schneble, N , Huelsman, J. Byerly. T op row: W. Knoepfl e, T. Carson. N. Reinhard , J. Besanceney.

"K OF C '-FrOllt fOW: T . MayL fOW: M. Barlow, J. Jauch, J. Scheper, Bentz, T. O 'NeiL T op fOW: W _ Swadley, Muzechuk, T. Brun , R. Fortner.

CLASS "C"

"RODGER'S" - Back row: F. Hurst, J. Swartzbaugh, D . Monnin, D. Top p, T . Weidner. Front row: S. Stowe, R. Sherry, J. Wendling, J- Neumann.

"NEAL'S"-B"ck row: J. Dorsten, R. Steinbrugge, J. Weidner, T. Krug. Fr ollt ro w: R. Marlin, R. Roddy.

" LlTSEY'S"-B"ck row: R. Koehler, J - Conyers, Rick Heckman, T. Litmer. FfOll t '路ow: H. Davis, J. Moloney, R. Haines, W. Marshall.


"Papa, Behave"

While the boys art: away, Ma and Pa enjoy them se lv es.

A delightful comedy, with excellent acting, best describes this year's play. Performed in our own auditorium, of course, the production, in three hilarious arts and, under the direction of Brother John O 'Conner, afforded an enjoyable evening. In the play, a wealthy bachelor, tries to out-wit his suspecting sons by having 路an old friend pose as his new bride. The sons fight back, the lady of the house fights back, and in the end, Papa loses his artificial wife, and his picture makes the front page of the town's newspaper. A really funny play"Papa, Behave."

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Slal/dil/g : G. Rosengarten, ]. Dirckx. T. Muth. T. Kennedy , D. Boyd. M. Powers, D . Aman. Seated: R. D ennler, W. Maher, ] . Unge rJ eid er. ] . D elaney, D. Hagan. AbJel/l: P. Fi nke.

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SENIOR PROM

Each spring the Cham in ade juniors and sen iors look forward to the Prom, with all its traditions. Th is event, the biggest social event of high school life, is of special significance; to the underclassmen, the Prom is an event of great anticipation , and to the seniors it is a final remembrance of our high school days. The Prom will live in the memories of all who attended.

King Paul Ahlquist and Queen Carole Fleischman.

The Prom Committee enj oys the f r u its of their labors.

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F"ont row: ]. Helmig, V . DeVanney, W. Norris, E. Fischer, ]. Froning, N. Affourtit, N. Wissman, ]. Demeter, D . McIlvain, R. Payne, G. Sawaya, P. Karl, E. Caulfield, D. ]ackowski, W. Thoma, R. Hinders, H. Ammann, R. Gibson, R. Baumgardner, A. ]ablinski, E. Scarpelli, 1. Brenner. Second row: A. Gaccetta, D. Mader, W. Staron, C. Reid, P. Wolf, ]. Schockman, W . Stengel, ]. Dunnigan, D . Elworth,. 1. Schmidt, R. Truxel, E. Zimmerman, ] . Dwyer, R. Good, D . Schaaf, ]. McIntyre, G. Wening, ]. Vickers, G . Buddendeck, ]. Davis, E. Soder, M. Mayer. Third row: C. Monnin, D. Hauer, W. Schneble, P. Banker, ]. Clark, W. Patterson, R. Reboulet, A.

'''''''''~r'~''';;;;;;;;;''~:~~~ยงil::::::::::::;:~~~ T.Berberich, H. Kennedy, G. Kuntz, ] . Schumacher, R. Heiman, Eisenhauer, M. Powers, ]. Bonser, E. Kohr, P. Fischer, ] . Greger, ]. Bir, ]. Wuerstl, N. Mangan, R. Goubeaux. Fourth row: ]. Burger, C. Weber, ] . Tobe, T. Bruggeman, ]. Berry,

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D. Zimmerman, R. Rumple, W. Powers. ]. Vyszenski ,' R. Steiner, H . Schoenberger, D. Baker, ]. McDonald, P. Byrne, ]. Walter, R. Batsche, A . lafferty, D. Huber, D. Schrein, ]. leo, A. Aman, j. Niekamp. Fifth row: P. Trzeciak, D. lensch, R. Brown, P. Haines, absent; R. Payne, R. Bondurant, ]. Kappen, T . Schommer, ] . Ostopyak, F. Hickertz, 1. Ruff, ] . Ditzel, 1. Reinert, G. Wourms, W. Wegerzyn, ]. Barhorst, K. Goode, ] . Moore, ]. Blincoe, N. Monnig, E. Huesman, D. Allgyer. Sixth row: ]. Stafford , R. Caporal , T. Agnew, R. Bandy, ]. O路Donnell . R. Dudley, W. Eardly, ] . Drerup, 1. Suttman, R. Heidenreich, R. Tischer, ]. Kraus, R. Ossege, H. Nielsen, D. WuerstI, K. Holliday, T. Wenzel, R. Johnston, A. Manning, M. Dugan, D. Blatz, R. Luehrs. Set'enth row: N. Malone, ]. Hildebrand, R. Needham, ]. Hausfeld, D. Gebhardt. R. Hardin, W. Brinkman , R. Shane, R. Arkenberg, G .

lynch, 1. lange, P. Ahlquist, W. Clarke, T. Burke, D . lemons, O . limbert, ]. Brya~t, ]. G ehrich, R. Alig, R. Dorsten , D . Meyers, E. Berk. Eighth row: D. Tullis. E. Farkas. ]. Winhoven, R. Busse, R. McEldowney, ]. Cooper, T. Daly, D . Mahle, ]. Evers, D. Maschino. ]. Remley, H. Schuder, 1. Michel , ]. Wolf, T. Hieber. S. Mikula. T . Pfeiffer, K. Zimmer. 1. Pytel, 1. Roderer, R. Trocin , W. Treon. Nillth f OU ' : G. Berner, M. laukhart, T. Keller, H . Wagner, ]. Jerome, R. Fischer, ]. Cable, C. Janning, T. Sloan , T. Sollenberger, C. Ott, B. Mehall , R. Kerby. R. Goecke. ]. Corbett, T. Versic, R. Stein, ]. Moon, 1. Rei ch, R. Fecher, F. Fortkamp, T. Ferdelman. Real' f OW: ]. Brun, V. Sipos, ]. Wagner, ]. Huelsman, ]. Slater. D. Burkhardt. D. Kelly, A. Wager, T . Nartker, K. Shumard, ]. Walker, E. lehman. R. Stine, E. Geisler, ]. T. O路Donnell . B. Tepe.

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A Senior Remembers 路 . . the crowded bookstore a week before school started the first day of school; the new classroom, new teachers, new books, new fellows . . . and old friends . . . the Mass of the Holy Ghost opening the new school year ... our victory in the opening football game with Flaget . . . wins over Stivers, Elder, Hamilton, Wilbur Wright, Kiser, Roosevelt and Dunbar . .. our defeat at the hands of Benedictine ... the spirit of the Purcell rally . . . and after that rally, the chapel and all the hallways around it filled with true Men of Chaminade, and the echo of the rosary resounding through the whole first floor . . . the spirit of our Eagles as they crushed the Cavaliers of Purcell ... getting our senior pictures taken . . . our victory rally . .. selling ads for the annual . . . the C.S.M.C. Sodality Reception 路 .. the Christmas party . .. Friday nights at Club Cayoda ... Basketball opening as we lost our first game to Xavier, but the Eagles bounced back to defeat Beavercreek :. . . wins over Miamisburg, Franklin , Kiser, Patterson and Greenville . . . losses to Hamilton Catholic, Piqua, Akron St. Mary's, Fairview, Springfield Catholic, Stivers, Dunbar, Wilbur Wright, Roosevelt and Purcell .. . Mid -term exams . . . our edifying retreat 路 . . start of the second semester . . . deciding about college 路 .. the three days of the Variety Show, all the outstanding acts, the get-together afterwards . . . tennis, golf, baseball . . . the band raffle drive, its huge success . .. the band's music at the Spring Concert . . . the Washington tour . . . starting the last period of high school . . . the comedy, "Papa, Behave," its success .. . getting our annuals . . . final exams . . . Baccalaureate Services . . . the last day of school . .. and finally, Graduation night-its glories, and its hopes for the futufe.

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