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The thurible 
1948 



AN ANNUAL PUBLICATION 

OF 

ST. MICHAEL'S 
COLLEGE 
SCHOOL 

TORONTO. CANADA 



Editor: Advertising: 

JACK SADLER GEORGE SHONIKER 




HIS HOLINESS POPE IMls XII 
31st Anniversary of His Episcopal ( (niMTiation 



Patrons and Patronesses 



His Kiniiicni'c .Tunics ( '. Cirdiiiiil McdiiiuMii 

.M()>! i;.'v-irii(l l;. 1. Webster. D.l). 

Ut. Kev. P. Kainemeky. DP. P.P. 

lit. Rev. (1. .1 Kiihy, D.l',. .M.A.. Pli.l).. i'.P, 

Kt. Kev. J. J. .AleCiaiid. D.P.. IM'. 

Rt. Rev. A. E. MeQnillen. D.l'.. V.K.. P.I'. 

Rf. Rev. ,1. Sheridan. D.I'., P.P 

Kev F. -I, P.eiinetf, P.P. Rev. V. Kwiatkowski, O.M.T.. P.P. 

Rev. i'. (nfley. I'.P. Rev. ('. A. ^[;u•Donald, C.S.B., P.P. 

J{ev. .1. F. Coniiiaii Kev. F. A. MiKenna. P.P. 

J{ev. (i. P. brothers. I'.. A.. P.P. V. Rev. P. R. .McXab, C.S.P., P.P. 

Rev. R. S. Dieiiier. CSl',., I'.P. Rev. W. J). Miiekle. D.C.L., P.P. 

Rev. II. CMllairliiT. STL P.P. Rev. H. J. Murray, P.P. 

Rev. W. P. Heyddii, P.l'. Rev. 11. -T. Xealoii; B.A., I'.P. 

Rev. K. T. Keaiie. P.P. Dr. .1. -). O'Connor 

Itev. .1. F. Kehoe, P.A.. P.P. Rev. F. I'emiylegion, P.P. 

V. Rev. ('. F. Sullivan. C.SS.R., P.P. 

Rev. R. 1'. Walsh. P.P. 

Rev. L. P. AVoods, P.. A.. I'.P. 

Dr. .••nd .Mrs. .1 .M P.ennett 

Mr. .lolm F. P.oland. K.C 

Mr. and .Mrs. ,J. L. liueher 

Mr. and .Mrs. P. .T. Totiway 

Mr. and .Mrs. Frank ('. Foy 

Mr Charles .1 (iillooly Mr. and Jfrs. N. V. Morrison 

:^Ir. aiKl .Mrs. Arthur lloliiies, K C. Mr. and Mrs. K. 0. Petnian 

Mr. William Keniirdx Mr. and .Mrs. II. T. Roesler 

^Ir. and Mr.s. (}. A. LaP.ine .Mr. A. (!. Sampson 

Mr. .1 i; l.aidlavv .Mr. and .Mr- \. II. Sc-niu 

.Mr. William .Miller Mr. (Sordcii Tavlor 




VERY REV. L. J. BONDY, C. S. B. 
Superior of St. Mit-hael's College 





FATHER L. SHOOK. C.S.B. 

Councillor 
St. Michael's College School 



FATHER V. THOMPSON. C.S.B. 

Trettsurer 

St. Michael's College School 




REV. II. B. REG AX 

Assistant Supci-ior of St. Micliael's Collcfre 
Priiicipnl of St. .Micliael's ('o]le<r(' School 





FATHER W BROWN. C SB. 

A&ilstant Principal 
St. MIchaelA CoMrKe School 



FATHEIR O McALPINE, C.S.B. 

Secretary 

St. Michael's College School 




XII 

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TOP PICTURE— BACK ROW— P. Msher (Thurtble Rep). M. Johivston, J. Brown, J. Cattana. J. Szplk. 
MIDDLE ROW— P. Wilson. C. Iredale. A. Anderson. N. Rolland. N. McRae. S. Yachuk. 
FRONT ROW — D. Orllasca. J. Horan. W. Krancevic. P. Lennon. W. McPhee. J. Bartollnl. 

BOTTOM PICTURE— BACK ROW— L. Montgomery, L. Martin. J. Lynn, B. Milne, J. Miller, J. 

Horvath, P. Corcoran. 
MIDDLE ROW— L. Rolland. R. Martlneau. J. Marck. G. Kelly. J. Oaffney, T. Horton. 
FRONT ROW— R. Roy. J. Smith. D. Audet. L. Began. J. Saiive, O. Kelly. 





FATHER E. FLANAGAN. C.S.B. 
Religion 



MR. H. OLEART, C.8.B. 

Mnthemactcs 



XII 
2 




TOP PICTURE— BACK BOW— C. Egsgard, J. Corcoran. M. Flood, P. Beckett. G. Devlin. 
MIDDLE ROW— H. Orftnat. D. Carpenter, F. Eaus. P. Greenan. J. Guerrlere. J. Buckley. 
FRONT ROW— D. Dwyer. J. McElroy. G. Dutton. J. Gormley. T. Carroll. A. Cornelia. 

BOTTOM PICTURE— BACK ROW— J. Fenton. R. Duncan. W. Dunnlgan, J. Bertucca (Thurible 

Rep.). W. Clune. T. Comcry. E. O'Mara. 
MIDDLE ROW— R. Maugerl. K. EnnLs. J. Heber. R. Foss. W. Comery. G. Pattorl. 
FRONT ROW— M. Lynch. P. Oarlepy, A. Chateauvert, G. Fltzhenry, J. Chlapetta. F. Mulrooncy. 






FATHER P GORMAN. C.S B 

Enftllnh 



MR. R. FEHR. C SB. 
Chemlntry 




XII 
3 



TOP PICTURE— BACK ROW— L. Campagnaro. J. Mazur. R. Jawonukl. E. Blelanskl. L. McDonald. 

MIDDLK BOW- W. Halloran, T. Jcmmett. E. Carlton. J. Ivanskl. W. Hall. J. IngUs 

FRONT HOW— G. McDonald, D. Hurley. P. Caden (Thurible Rep.), S. Libera. S. Kallch. P. Kinsella. 

BOTTOM PICTURE— BACK ROW— R. Holland. B McAllister. A. MacGregor. G. McGrath, G. Hollyer 
MIDDLE ROW— D. Lancefleld. A. Halal. G. CUcus. J. McLaughlin. A. MacDonald, J. Insoldsby 

F. Kutney. 
FRONT ROW— G. Hatton. A. Hughes. K. McCarthy. J. Knope. J. McGregor. D. McDonald. 
ABSENT— T. Hogan. L. Malloy, G. Zbcsheskl. 





FATHER M. MULCAHY. Ca.B. 
English 



lU 



FATHER A. HOUDE. C.8.B. 
Geometry 



XII 
4 




TOP PICTURE— BACK ROW— N. Piatt, D. O'Netl. 8. Price. G. Wrtght. W. Hlbberd. 
MIDDLE ROW— M. Wolochatluk. E. Poole, B. Rellly, C. Riley, J. Ratchford. W. Pinto. 
FRONT ROW— J. Murphy. P. Sullivan, M. Sullivan, M. Callaghan, N. Romagnolo, J. Shea, 

BOTTOM PICTURE— BACK ROW— B. Sheppard, D. Power, D. Sullivan. M. Murray, P. O'Donoghue. 

M. Scarlett. 
MIDDLE ROW— J. Joyce. R, Plomp, T. Tryhorn, R. Walsh, S. SomervUle. P. Prendergast. 
FRONT ROW— B. Stock, Q. Qulnlan, J. Sadler. W. Scanlon. L. Musson. L. Carey (Thurible Rep.) 





FATHER P. SHEAHAN. C.8.B. 
Latin 



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FATHER a. PHELAN. C.S B. 
French 




XI 

1 



TOP PICTURE— BACK BOW— J. Pursman. P. CasuUo. J. Day, O. Elaschuk. W. Blesfunsn. S. Francis. 
MIDDLE BOW— C. Ardlla, E. Boehler. O. Barrett. J. Bryan, L. Corrigan. D. Carbelt. J. Bonvlverc. 

T. Cobltz. 
FRONT ROW— W. Zemsta. P. Barker, B. Durkln (Thurible Rep). K. Budway. J. Corry. D. Fordbam 

J. Clancy. 

BOTTOM PICTURE— BACK ROW— J. Campbell. D. Connelly. B. Flaherty. T. CoughUn. O. Boland. 

T. Goodwin. 
MIDDLE ROW— R. Cowley. L. Daniel, P. EHIlott. J. Connelly, J. Dutsch, B. Bowles, J. Carey. R. 

Foreman, P. Boles. 
FRONT ROW— P. Brloux. B. Bourke J. Dourls. J. Callanan. P. Dyer. G Armstrong. N. DlLella. 
ABSENT— A. Porhan. J. Corrigan. 








FATHER J. COLLINS. C.S.B. 
Religion 



FATHER J. THOMPSON. C S B. 

Latin 



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XI 
2 




TOP PICTURE- -BACK ROW— E. Harrison. T. McConvey. J. Lanthler. J. Holleran, J. McOowan. 

MIDDLE ROW— J. Imontl, J. Hoday, J. Hlckey. D. Higglns, T. Gallagher. 

FRONT ROW—L. Horgan. J. McMurry. J. McCarthy. J. McCuUough. R. Krafchlk. R. Hykoskl. 

BOTTOM PICTURE—BACK ROW— J. McGinn. N. Livingstone. W. Levlck. J. McGrath. S. Kavanaugh. 
MIDDLE ROW— A. McGllllvray. I. McAllister. C. Greene. H. Keenan (Thurible Rep.). J. Hawkshaw. 

J. MacDonald. 
FRONT ROW— P. McKeatlng. P Rellly, R. Lopechuk. V. McGough. J. Ingram. J. McCaffrey. 





KATHKR H I- l,OOU C 8 B. 
English 



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MR. D. LEVACK. C.S B. 
French 




XI 
3 



TOP PICTURE— BACK ROW— J. Lesnlak, M. LaNasa. R. Brlckley, G. Shonlker. P. Broadhurst. 
MIDDLE ROW— A. BaradzleJ. G. Mclsaac. K. Cybulskle. W. Llplec. E. Harwich. M. Pennesl. 
FRONT BOW — C. Wleczorek. B. Kelly, A. Translau. F. Duda, R. Lynch, P. MelUgan. 



BOTTOM PICTURE— BACK ROW 

P, Bauer. 
MIDDLE ROW— K. Elliot, M. Knowlton. 

(Thurible Rep). J. Mele, D. Mlvllle. 
FRONT ROW— C, OBrlen, A. Garcia, M. Mtanctte. M. PoUto. J. McKenna 



P. Plgott, J. Hough. B. Oswald, L. Dubois. F. Battle, W. Kelly. 
W. Gayowskl, J. Mihllsln. J. Macclo. R. RapattonI 

J. Tantl. L. Rogers. 





FATHER J. RUTH, C.S.B. 
Latin 



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MB. L. VASEK. C-S.B. 
Physics 



XI 
4 




TOP PICTIKE -BACK ROW— E. Nielsen. F. McKeown. J. Ormesher, D. Reynolds, W. Madigan. 

C OHearn. 
MIDDLE ROW— J. Sweeney. C. Seymour. D. Sachs. W. Ranlerl. L. Rosenltsch. Q. Shea. G. O'Hara. 

P. Prlkosovlch. W. Prlmeau. 
FRONT ROW — J. O'Grady. J. Morln. A. Perkln-s. A. Puhrlnger. J. Poslvy. E. Tadman. R. O'Hearn. 

R. Primeau. 

BOTTOM PICTURE— BACK ROW— J. ONell. M. Paul. C. Purvis. R. Watton. C. Smith. F. Sandford 

(Thurible Rep.). W. O'Connor. J. Shanahan. 
MIDDLE ROW— J. McNulty. R. Scott. A. Tipping. P. Seymour. J. Scanlon. A. Santollnl. J. Prelner 
FRONT ROW— W. McMullen. J. Smith. K. Pollock. P. Taylor, J. Sauve. J. Murphy. R. Sakay. R. Stacey. 





MR. WM. O'BRIEN 
french 



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FATHER P. ETLINOEB, C.8,B. 
History 




X 

1 



TOP PICTURE— BACK ROW-J. McNeil. J. Manuel. J. McQullkln. P. Fera. 
MIDDLE ROW— P. Holland (Thurtble Rep). F. George. S. Serrao. J. RoUton. 
FRONT ROW — R. Beck, J. Berthelot, B. Beet. F. Bertucca. J. Maroney. 

BOTTOM PICTURE — BACK ROW — D. Oberholzer. F. Harwich. J. McCann. T. Qulnn. 
MIDDLE ROW — J. Bullock. H. Knowles, P. Boyce. R. Crowley, D McDonnell. 
FRONT ROW— E. Arbour, R, Bongelll. D. Rolland. L, Attard. P. Marra. 
ABSENT— H, Barron, R. Arbuthnot. J, Spofford. 





FATHER J. CONWAY, C.S.B. 
History 



MR. L. McORADY. C.S.B. 
Engllsb 



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X 
2 




TOP PICTURE— BACK ROW— R. Clancy. E. Dahonlk. D. Dodds. J. Foy, F. Price. S. Paught. 
MIDDLE ROW— M. Qrogan. Q. Day. O. Fitzgerald, T. Fitzgerald. P. Crulckshank. R. Grenen. 

P. Farley. 
FRONT ROW— J. Prlkosovlch. D. Flanagan, J. Colllngbourne (Thurible Rep.). J. Flnerty. 

P. Coleman, P. Regan. 

BOTTOM PICTURE— BACK ROW— H. Freve. P. Qrubcr, D, Raby. V. Cahlll. A. Ellas. M. Quealey. 

J. Fltzhenry. 
MIDDLE ROW— P. Callahan. M. DrlscoU. K. Coles. T. Cooper. N. Corcoran. J. Corcoran. 
FRONT ROW— R. Pournler. F. Clayton. M. Olgnac, R. Donnelly. C. Ptnley. B. Clarke. 
ABSENT— J. Fedo, D. Duffy. 





FATHEIl J SHANNON. C.8.B. 

EnKlWh 



UR. 



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A. BUTLER. C.S.B. 
Mathematica 




X 

3 



TOP PICTURE— BACK ROW-^. Wrischlnskl. O. McClory. B Inglls • r. J McGIUlon. E 

McGrath. J. McGllUon. 
MIDDLE BOW — J. Houlton (Thurtble Rep.), D. McKeown. J. McNena. Z. Mlchnlwiecz. J. Powell 

P. Haskell, T. Ponzo. E, Healy. J. Halloran. 
FRONT ROW— R, McCarron. F. Henry, F, Kelleher. J. McAteer. B. Letterlo. J Macdonald. 
ABSENT— L. Gulnane, P, Jeney, 

BOTTOM PICTURE— BACK ROW— W. Wolak. B, Lee. F. Potter, R Taylor. B, Leigh F Stephenson, 

L, Joyce 
MIDDLE ROW — R, Hatton. P, Ladouceur. B. Kelly, B. King, G. Johnston. B. Kavanagh, J. 

McLaughlin, G. Haughey. 
FRONT ROW— W. Kruzel, J. McQuaid. R. MacDonald. R. Howorth, E Hvkoskl. F, LeVay. 





FATHER R. WHYTE, C.S.B. 
Religion 



MR. 



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J. MULLINS, C.S.B. 
French 



X 
4 




A i> 




TOP PICTURE— BACK ROW— H. Morris. G. Pearson. R. Lundy. L. O'RUey, M, Llsko, E. Klernan. 
MIDDLE BOW— P. Markle. S. Mannone, F. Murphy, B. Shelbourne. S. Monaco. 
FRONT ROW— B. Malone, D. O'Connor. A. Maxwell. L. Monettc. R. Natuk, F. O'Reilly. 

BOTTOM PICTURE— BACK ROW— A. Pusco. D. Monaghan. P. Martini. V. Plllo, R. Dovle. P. Martin. 
MIDDLE ROW— A. Legare. P. McCann. H. Daniels. K. Murphy. J. Orr, J. Holland. J. Uotta. 
FRONT ROW— J. Piazza. B. Farley. J. Jerome (Thurible Rep.). N. Manahan. C. Blackwell. D. Cocklln. 





MR G BURBiiTT. C.S.B. 
Science 



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MR. A. KELLY. C.8.B. 
Latin 




X 
5 



TOP PICTURE— BACK ROW— O. Pare. G. Stubensey. P. StefaniaK. M. RevelU. V. Santagulda. 

C. Stock. 
MIDDLE ROW— W. Wolochatluk. H. Smith. J. Sylvester, T. Williams. J Mahoney. 
FRONT ROW — J. Rutledge. P. Tumbull. P. Sullivan. G. Sarklstan. J. Sauve. J. Roche. 
ABSENT— B. Roe. 

BOTTOM PICTURE— BACK ROW— P. Rush, M Sandford. T. Williams, B TurnbuU. P Wood. S. Seals 
MIDDLE ROW— P. Leef, G. Young. R. Stephenson. C. Prance. P. VanLondersele. D. Trudell. 
FRONT ROW— K. TonUlnson, T. Whelan, L. Shields. W. Robertson. N. Walker, P. Wilson (Thurtble 
Rep.) 





FATHER J. ABEND, C.S.B. 
Science 



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FATHER J BROUSSARD, 
Religion 



IX 

1 




TOP PICTURE — BACK BOW— P. Bain. J. Clark. P. Boulton. Q. Coughlln. E. Plata. J. Bolan. 
MIDDLE BOW— M. Belous. T. Brown. A. Clune. B. Cantwell. B. Carrtere, B. Anderson. P. Chase. 
FBONT BDW— M. Boyle. K. CiirvUl. D. Boem. J. Corrlgan (Thurbllc Bep). P. Bolton. 
E Arcand. O. Coughlln. 

BOTTOM PICTURE— BACK BOW— O. Brtoux, J. Harding. D. Beauvals. J. Aguanno. J. Cartler, 

E. Campanile. 
MIDDLE ROW— D. Chiang. J. Bowles. D. Coughlln. E. Balden. T. Carley. G. Brailbury. L. Boyle. 
FRONT ROW— H. Brown. J. Appolony. P. Adamo. D. Copeland. F. Breward. O. Burns. L. Condotta. 
ABSENT— T. Brooks. J. Colvln. 





MR WM HAWKSHAW 
Mathematics 



21 



FATHER J. BARRY. C.8.B. 
English 




IX 
2 



D.L 



M. L).j:i;_ 



N Fortune. B. GlUis. 



TOP PICTURE— BACK ROW— R, Ford. I 1 Uilaj . 

G. Franks. 
MIDDLE ROW — J. Oreenham. M. Evans. B. Flynn. D. Flynn. A. Glbel. B. Canning, R. Featherstone. 

I. Desand. 
FRONT ROW — J. Erochko. J. Gallagher. D. Foley. H. Kelly. W. Oreenhlll. N. Dewhurst. J. Gibson. 

M. Koren. 

BOTTOM PICTURE— BACK ROW— F. Crook. P. Foy. R. Gallagher. R. Green. R. Dowte. F. Crump. 

M. Qouin. 
MIDDLE ROW — J. Doran. Q. Gillard. G. Dowson. W. Cullen. G. Denomy, C. Cronln. J. Evans. 
FRONT ROW — G. Cox, B. Cranor (Thurblle Rep.). B. Ollhooley. M. Dourls. R Falrney. 

P. DIGlacoma. P. Erhardt, D. Wade. 





MR. L. FAYE. C.S.B. 
Mathematics 



FATHER A RAFTIS, C.S B. 
English 



IX 
3 



» 




TOP PICTURE— BACK ROW— P. Kuszplt. K. Jensen. B. Kelly J. Holden, P. Henry, 

MIDDLE ROW— J. Hollyer. L. Jones, E. Hillock. A, Itallano. S. Rusclca, G. Kaelble (Thurible Rep.) 

FRONT ROW— O. Lennon. A. Hlckey. R, Halal, J. Kelly, F. Kelly. O. LaPralrle. 

ABSEn^T- E. Kenneily. O. Law.son. L. Lerette. 

BOTTOM PICTURE— BACK ROW— B. Kelly. R. Lanthler. N. Kearns. L. Lancetleld, J. Horton. 

MIDDLE ROW- W. Lee. J. Leonard. B. Kennedy. F. Kenney. J. Kencher. B. Healy. 

FRONT ROW— R. Kennett, J. Hubert, P. Knox. S. Lach. P. Rogers. H. Hutter. O, Honan. J. Kennedy. 





FATHER C CROWLEY. C.S B. 
Science 



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FATHER A. MEOAN, CSB. 
Bloloffy 




IX 
4 




TOP PICTURE — BACK BOW — J. Logan. W. McOovem, E. Luptak. B. Rlordan. H. McElhlnney. G. 

Macey, D. McOarry. W. Tattersall 
MIDDLE ROW— R. Martin. J. Lonergan, T. McAllister. M. Plgott. L. McOravey. G. McMahon, J. 

McArdle. D. McGrath. 
FRONT ROW— A. Look. T. McCarthy. R. Matwey. P. McOarry. M. Lalor. R. Knowlton. L. McGulgan. 
ABSENT— R. Carlton, O. O'Halloran. D. Sporkham. 

BOTTOM PICTURE— BACK ROW— T. Krupa. J. Martin, J. Mclntyre. J. MacDonald. D. McCartney, 

D. McCarthy. B. Bearmont. T. Manuel. 
MIDDLE ROW— A. McKerrv. J. McCusker. F. Maher. K. Cowan (Thurible Rep.). F. Manley. 

J. McCollum. H. Manley. J. LeVay. H. Wnschtnskl. 
FRONT ROW— T. Martin. C. McCarthy. E. McMahon. R. McLarney, J. Malice, A. Maclean. G. Scluk. 





MR. J. BURKE. C.S.B. 
Latin 



MB. ODONOGHUK. C.S.B. 
French 



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IX 
5 




liOTTOM i'K TLKK— BACK KuW ?\ RelUy. D. Phillips. N. Popowlch. D. Paap. D. Qulnlan. J. Ryan. 

MIDDLE ROW— J. Sauve, S. Nash. M. Gerula. D Mlsetlch. J. Reddy. W. Partland. 

FRONT ROW— J. Mullen. M. Mohan. R. Sheehaii. J. Peacock. V. Sampana. D. Rawley. K. O'Qrady. 

TOP PICTURE— BACK BOW— K. R068, C. O'Bellly, J. Mullen. P. Sallna. J. Blssette. W. Ponzo. 

P Megaffln (Thurible Rep.) 
MIDDLE RdW— D O'Rourke. P. Nealon, J. O'Connor. R. Ryan. R. O'Donnell. J. Occhlpentl. P. Riley. 
FRONT ROW— M ONeall. P. Potvln. J. Redmond. J. Payne. J. Purvis. H. Moffatt. P Monetle. T. Ryan. 
ABSENT— F. ONell. B. Wheater. W. Mogavero. B. Noonan. M. Moreau. L. Pearce. W. Regan. 





Mil T. MEYERS. C.S B 
KngliKh 



MR W GIBBONS. C.S.B. 
Mathematics 



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IX 
6 



BOTTOM PICTURE— BACK BOW— G. Tardlf, O. Weaver. R Skelton, J. Wrona. J. Stock. J. Torella 
FRONT BOW— L. Smith. T. Hanson. W. Stewart. J. McDonough. R. Smith. B. Whelan. 

TOP PICTURE— BACK ROW— E. Steer. B. Walsh. E. Turner. P. ZIngrone J Freer W Trace 
FRONT ROW— A. Talt, P. Sullivan. J. Smith. J. Sweeney. S. Zucchero, J. Watson. J. Tuck. 





FATHER J. WILSON, C.S.B. 
Religion 



FATHER J. CHERRY. C.S.B. 
Chemistry 






Directors of Grade XIII 

HOME ROOMS 












FATHER D, PAUOHT. C.S B. 

Religion 

Mathematics 



^'<^^ 



27 



Graduates 




AIlTfW). imrXO~<iulet and Htudlouii, Bruno has apent 
five yearn oontrlbullnic to the hallow around th* hall* 
DulIyInK with rhenildtry and radio as a hobby, he playH 
u Kpeedy left wing on his C.Y.O. team to build up hia 
mu8«IC8. 

HKAX, (H>I<IM>.\ -bright and effUKlve. Cord !. 
unviable reputation an a xrholar. Hlii hobby of i;...^. . 
b'.iildluK aided him in niakinK scenery for the Dramatic 
chib, of which he has been the director of the technical 
fluff for two years. 

ItOVI). JOSKI'H — lovod and respected by all. gentle J... 
liiiH been an ever-effective cor In the S. M. (.".. wheels. 
SwImmiiiR. dancInK and hockey matches are his pet 
forms of escape from toil. He also diriH-is ihi- iiilH-ion 
collections In bis room. 

IUU>\VN, KI>\V.AKi> — as conservative In his tastes aa hi~ 
family name, colorful Bd has be«n associated with cham- 
pions through his school years and worn his football and 
liockey nouonrs modestly. A keen sportsiimn he ix uIko 
a sharp competitor at the book.i. 



liKL.AK, XIck — coininfr from TemiskaminR to prepare 
for an Economics course, 'Big Nick' love.s baseball, and 
pitched his way to fame in the rugged north through 
the various leagues. His secret dreams are to meet 
Bob Feller and to visit Europe. 

HOIiTON. KONWIiD — a better than average debater, gen- 
ial Uon has won many points on the rostrum with his 
clear logic and sparkling delivery. A humanitarian at 
heart, he aims to devote his life to the advancement of 
medicine. 

IJIRXS. MU'H.AKL — from way out in Weston, Mike 
trudges in daily to prepare himself for a course at 
O. A C. in animal husbandry, and farm methods. He 
balances his schedule with a bit of hockey and dancing. 

CACHIA, JOHN — serious and ambitious. John plans 
a career that w'U depend on his exam results, and since 
the crystal liall is too clouded to give an accurate answer 
in that regard, he intends to follow his regular schedule 
of photographing, record-playing and studying. 




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C.AK'I'KH, IM)\ — stocky Don plays hockey for Sr. 
Drigid's wilh characteristic eiithusiaism and finesse. 
Although attracted to journalism, his long range plans 
include a course in psychology and ultimately to make 
his living from that profession. 

CASWKLIi. Bllifi — hailing from the rocky northland. 
Bill is like a chunk of granite to opposing forwards when 
playing defense on the Buzzers hockey team. Having a 
vveakness for bow ties because they are less conV€initio.nal, 
he follows the right crowd in everythlnig eUse. 

(■<>K.M.\<'Ji. GFXiHGV: — after a course in Arts. George 
will seek a business career as the first rung on the 
ladder of success. He has been a flashing light on 
both the Thurible and the Double Blue, and his name 
also graced the dramatis personae of Room Service. 

COHRIGAN. I)'.AH<"V likeable D'Arcy loves fishing and 
hunting and a pet hobby of collecting match covers and 
muscle-building device?. Hoping to make his fortune in 
liie field of commerce, his success is assured. 



CM'.M';. IM>\ — whether on the golf links or on the stage 
Don shines efiually well, and as secondary pursuits he 
en.1oys hoirse-back riding and tennis. He hoipes to com- 
plete a couirse in Pharmacy amd evenitualily owti a drug 
st<vre. 



• XUlCOIt.AN, Krank — voted the best-dressed man in his 
class. Frank would also sweep the poles if .ludged on 
8<'hool activity participation, for he has been Thurible 
editor, l>ouble Blue writer dramatist, debater and in 
his tenderer years wore the sweat sock. 

CK.AKi, JI.M — when not editing the Double Blue. Jim 
centers hl"< interests on baHeball or a graceful two-step. 
Ili.H past augurs well for his tuture In whatever he 
finally decides to choose as his life work. 

(■H,AM,KV, leoitKKT — from Lethbridge. Alberta, 'Blu? 
beard Bob", when not buried In test tubes and galvanc- 
meters ''ollpcts stamps and enjoys li»tening lo the clas- 
sics. He envisions a leaching future and a far?n full of 
pigs and sheep. 




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(riV>l<>l{K. .I.\( K besides actiiiK an vicc-inegldent at 
St. Anthony's C.Y.O.. BIr John cavorts on the defense 
for the 'Preps. IntendUiK to enroll In Meds next year, 
he can count on his class to Hupporl liini In I he role 
Of doctor. 

Cl'D.MOIth;. I'AT — a follower of the Double Blue team.s 
and an expert In and out of the classroom. Pat is 
currently concentrating on his subjects that he needs 
to enter I', of T. and later will think of a career. 

t'l'ltltlK, l*Ari< — suave and urbane. Paul, an erstwhile 
voice from the Schola Cantorum, dabbles in dancing, 
swimming and billiards. His college course will be 
chosen to best help him in his life work as a criminal 
lawyer. 

OUHMAIWHAIH. BKHNAKD— a brilliant student with a 
leaning toward journalism, either in French or English, 
Bernard writes the feature articles for the Double Blue. 
With a top heavy schedule of studies and activities he 
still hopes for a scholarship. 





<lc .s<)l /.\, KK.WK — an expert in Russian billiards, 
tennis and handball. Soo enjoys all sports that demand 
skill rather than brawn. He expects to follow the path 
to Meds and render his debt to humanity as a doctor. 

DlliWORTH, AIv — -among his other sterling qualities 
Al's steadiness stands out. An honour student for five 
years, despite his hockey and football, he w^ill furthei 
develop his fertile mind and quiet humour in C & F 
at Varsity. 

DOLKXSKI, LKI) — brilliant, hard - working Leo haf 
science in mind for the future. Meanwhile he plays the 
hot corner for St. Cecelia's baseball club. He is a sure 
bet for success, judging from his work on the '4' 
Thurible. 

IK>I*P. P.\n.i — an expounder of burning sports questions, 
Paul is to the Double-Blue what Coleman is to the 
Globe & Mail. Having played on three S. M. C. hockey 
teams, he writes his column with some authority. He 
hopes to be a veterinary surgeon. 



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IMHKKII-;, KK.\ — well-liked and gangling. Ken collects 
menus tor a hobby and spends other spare moments in 
the efficiency department of the drama club. He plans 
a business course at the university. 

KKX'ro.V, IJIIil.. — passively absorbing everything e.\po.sed 
to him that resembles examination material, rugged Bill 
plans to explode at the final exams and blast through 
that mountainous barrier and enter university with 
honour marks. 

ViM.VA, Hl'llKHT -affable and friendly, Hubert is a 
student of 'le jazz hot' and plays the trumpet a la 
Armstrong. His future is to depend on the kindness of 
the Upper School examiners. 

I-XUlKSTKIil,. r.Al'li — having exhausted his supply of 
ration coupons for the Fort Erie district. Paul fled to 
the greener pastures of S. M. C. and continues to thrive 
on diet of sports, debates and studies. He is a bit 
reticent about hl« tomorrows. 





KOY. DKXIS — with a hobby of reading murder mysteries 
and a talent for impersonating shrewd old women in 
the drama club. Denis has balanced a very creditable 
school record, and will enter engineering at Ajax next 
year. 

<iAY<>WHKI, TKI> — another Noranda product. Ted came 
to the city to see the sights and stayed to play hockey 
and baseball for House 90. Intei-ested in hunting, fish- 
ing and collecting old coins, he hopes to collect new 
ones as a chemist. 

(;KliF.AM>, UAIIRV — with a .somewhat stand-offish but 
pleasant personality I..arry was elected number one 
student in his class. Being blessed with an especially 
acute intellect, he should do well in engineering. 

(.ILLKVHT. JOHN — although rather shy and retiring on 
the suiface. .lohn is quite forward and aggressive In 
attacking the books and will achieve success in any 
company fortunate enough to hire his services. 



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(•<>I<A.\, TOXY-- siudeiH manager for the Butzer*. 

K«--iK aiwl 'lie rootbaJI Beiilorx, Tony keeps a« clo»" 
ilu'ck on liiH Mchout ImokK a« he does on the alhN 
e<iulpineiit and matntalnti a high honour averafce. J-oi 
physical exercise he playn hockey and haJiebaK with 

I !i. liDMivIors. 



H.X'rru.V, IJ.WK — con»ervallve and mild mannered. Dave 
cnviKion? himself aH a t)edagoi;u«- In on» of the city 
(Olle^lates In a few years. HpendinK his leisure momenta 
in stamp collect ing: and writing to forrign pen pals he 
lives by tho scout motto. 

Hllih. )M» — OrllllH'H answer to the t;ood iieiKhliour 
policy, Sam mixes lacrosMe and clasMical muvlc and a 
(hisli of subjects required to enter Meds. and enjoyii all 
(if them. He will probably be the top physician In hl» 
liuiiie town. 

JIOiiMKS, AKT — with his shy smile and pleasant mann i 
Aity has romped to prominence In football and hock<-\ 
ill S. M. C. Rated as an honour student he also fii- 
iii the president's chair at meetings of the Mission Ex<- 






ilASIMOTO, PAN — a modest, sincere and clever artist 
tor The Thurible in former years, Dan has been an 
example to his class. Having a love for the scieiut's 
lio intends to pursue them in chemical engineering. 

UKXAHAN. JACK — lanky and large, Jake is impressive 
on the mound and played a rugged wing for Blessed 
Sacrament .luniors. With a dry, drawling wit he has 
concentrated most of his attention (so he says) on doln.i; 
as little as possible. 

Iiori-AHAX, Kl) — being the acme of tactiturnity, placid 
Kd soaking in knowledge like a blotter absorbs Ink. 
plans to take his photographic equipment and foUov.- 
the call of the soil to an agriculture college. 

HIULKV, .lAt'K — smiling rosy -cheeked Jack joined the 

c'.ass this year and spices his scholastic endeavours with 
a bit of hockey and hiking. His future is hazy with 
exam clouds which may mean rain or sunshine. 




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IVKllSOX, XORM — a man of travel. Norm has lived in 
Vancouver and Montreal, and developed interests In 
tennis, swimming and long-hair music. As the slick 
villain in The Bat, he won a score of sincere hisses. He 
will l)e a chemist. 

JAMKS, PAI'Ij — capricious, keen-witted Paul has saved 
many a dull class from the limbo of lost causes with a 
droll remark. Of a saving nature he collects stamps 
and antiques, and hopes to take a course in animal hus- 
bandry at O.A.C. 

JOH.NSTOX. KI> — loquacious and effervescent Ed cavorts 
around second base on the diamond where he has won 
most of his laurels. A course in engineering around 
Ajax next year will provide him with more scope to 
effervesce. 

KKAST. «1'X)RGK — although a product of Copper Cliff, 
George did not come out of the mine, but he plans to 
return there as a mining superintendent. His list of 
hobbies include dancing, sleeping and . . . eating be- 
tween meals. 



KKKX.A.V. JAJ^K — cheerful and hard-working Jack em- 
bodies all the best qualities of his class. Having his 
cap set for a career in engineering with his attachment 
to billiards and 'du genre jazz', he will surely attain 
the top. 

KKKN.AN. lUIily-^tall, handsome and talented. Rill is no 
relation to Jack but does share his skill at the books, 
t)einK an honour student who also played with the senior 
football squad. Hoping to continue his education at 
university, he is sure to succeed. 

KKIIOK, KK.\.\K — ranked as an ardent sodalite and 
charming socialite by his classmates, he was a powerful 
factor in promoting the successful Irish Prom. Frank 
constantly high pressures his studies, as well, and is 
destined for big business. 

KOHKK, JOK,- -mild and unassuming. Joe has spent his 
yi'ars at S. M. ('. quite profitably by rigidly following 
the advicM of his teachers and doing his work consi^len- 
llously day by day. Completely unlnhiliited he will 
become a good scientist. 




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l..\M>l<Y, 1:1) lioin Catholic MIkIi ii> Monli. .il. i^iili 
fiiulcr K(l liniuKlit his love of hockey, danc-iiiK and 
popuhir inufcic to llii« year's RraduatlUK crlasH. He hopes 
lo enroll ill nii'lalliii'Kiriil etiKiiiifiiiiK and is sure to 
do well. 

l.iilCO.N'DIv, IK>\ rnliriK the toip floor of House !h), play- 
ing prtp hockey and hoarder haseball. keeps curly-headed 
lion lu Rood condition for his oc<?aslonal sorties Into 
mudyland. The future will see him directing some 
engineeriuK contract if IJ. of T. accep't him. 

l...VUHKIt, (X)M{.\I> — an idea man with mechanical in- 
stincts, he aided in the publishing of tlie '4 7 Thurible. 
Active in golfing and hockey, he is undecided whether 
to be a lawyer or a geologist. 

liAWS, KKA.VK — retiring and unobtrusive, Frank is 
another member of the prominent Holy Rosary clan. His 
sincerity and loyalty have won him an enviable place 
with his class, and bhould continue to help him as a 
doctor. 





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LESO, STKVE — well-tailored and solidly built. Steve It 
deeply interested in basketball and jazz records, with 
a strong dislike for 'be-bop.' His future as a pharma- 
cist is well chosen for he has the necessary coinpetencE 
for this profession. 

L1X<;EMAX. 1>(>X -shrewd and conscientious, diminu- 
tive Don enjoys tennis and contract bridge. Through hit 
school days he won trophies as a table tennis champ 
and will win more awards as a pharmacist with his own 
drug store. 

MncliEIJv.AXn. BOIl — a devotee of music, huge Boh 
came to S. M. C. from the famous Choir School. An 
ardent and rugged sportsman, he played senior football 
and prep hockey. He will decide on his life career after 
a course in Arts a' V. of T. 

MAKKIX. PAT — a true supporter of all S.M.C. doings. 
Pat is usually in the thick of student activities that need 
a bit of his jet-propulsion energy from cheer-leading to 
dance committees. His intended college course will be 
more definitely decided by the exam results. 



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M«-IM)X.\<;H, IJIM., — a classy wiiiK man for the S.M.C. 
Buzzers and a Jew flatite. Bill left home to join the 
'4 8 class and has a good record to take hack home to 
prove that another local hoy made good in the big city. 
His future will be in professional hockey. 

.MK.AOK, JOH.N — his pleasant manner and gravel voice 
helped John skyrocket to fame as a clever comedian in 
the Drama Club's production of Room Service. Being 
a consistent student he should have little difficulty 
making required grades for entrance to V. of T. 

.AIIKI'Ij.I, CH.AKUK — after getting his early schooling 
in Temiskaming. Charlie, like other wise men. saw 
S.M.C. 's star and followed it to join the class this fall. 
As a character actor in two plays he rivalled the great 
Barrymore. His future is an open book. 

MII<XI-:, IK)X — a master of the quip and the pun. jovial 
Don has been the favoured escort for more than one 
queen-of-the-ball. To temper his more serious moments, 
he turns to hockey or jazz records. His formula for 
success should get him around in S.P.S. circles. 





MOG.AV. P.Al'Ii — growing with the years in stature and 
luain power. Paul will take his place with the other 
giants in industry after his engineering course. 

MOH.AN, TOM — though his brow is deeply creased from 
pondering the mysteries of algebra, Tom can flash that 
affable grin when it's fun time. Civil engineering is 
in his plans for the future. 

.M<K)NKV. DKXI.S — from the wilds of Quebec. Denis came 
to S.M.C. and has worn the goalie pads with distinction 
foi- the Midgets and Buzzers. The pro hockey moguls 
limy direct liis destiny. 

MlliH.AM,. GKH.ALI) — quiet and thoughtful, but being 
iiti<'('nt about bis intended life work, fierry has the 
laudable habit of crossing each bridge when he reaches 
it . . . not before. 



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MIMUMINKV, ICAV — adept at laiiKuagea aod with ai 
far for music. Kay will rombiiie lhf«e two akilU to pave 
the road he hopes to follow through life. 

Ml KI'HV, JOHN—an OrilUa boy nick-named 'Turban 
fill' ol)Nruri' reasons, who Broda-like played goal for the 
iioardiTs. Next year he plans to enter enirtneerinK at 

V. of T. 



M<-H<>i/M>X. Kr> — playinK lilce a human Gibraltar on 
the football Keniors. raiiKy ICd also likes hoc-key and 
l>aseball. Having a gentleman's preference for peroxide 
will not hinder his career In metallurgy. 

(»'C<)\ \()i;, ART — a swimmer, golfer and skier Mousie 
ha.s a variety of interests, which prevent him from losing 
himself in his studi(.>s. If the wheel of fortune spins 
right for him, his future will be in Chemistry. 



<)'<X)NNOK. JKRRY — a connoiseur of the finer things 
in life, Jerry has won many friends among the men of 
S. M. C. and in Toronto's other four hundred. Swinging 
a golf club a la Byron Nelson is his favourite recreation, 
and studying law is his future. 

0'l)RIS<X>IiI/, JOHX — a full curriculum of scholarship- 
winning, debating and House 90 hockey verify blond, 
eU-like Archie's capacity for work, and play. And if 
this is an indication of future success, he can place 
his order for a new Buick any time. 

O'NEIL, GKRRY — slim, dark-haired Gerry is a careful 
student who finds his books occupy most of his spare 
time during the school year. However the good old 
summer time sees him enjoying baseball and the choice 
swimming spots along the lake shore. 

OTTENBRITE, WILF — tall, light-haired and scholarly 
in appearance, Wilf strives constantly to get the most 
out of his school work. His interests differ little from 
those of his pals on the Jew's Flat. A business career 
seems to be attracting him. 




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OTTOXK, DICK — an amateur photographer with musical 
talent. Dick during his five years has maintained a steady 
pace on both the academic and social fronts. Planning 
to become a dentist, he will inspire confidence in all 
his patients. 

TKARCK, Hllilj — efficient and mild-mannered, Bill left 
South Poicupine High to enroll in the class of '4 8 this 
year. Stamp collections and puttering with automobile 
engines are his hobbies. He hopes to develop his mech- 
anical talent at an engineering school. 

I'KIiliKriKK, VIXCF: — for three years the Double Blue's 
advertising manager, keg-shaped, glib-tongued Vince was 
also a big figure in the Debating and Dramatic Clubs. 
After an Arts course he will consider executive offers 
from firms anxious to expand. 

PICK, .AMBH<>SI<: — with deeply-rooted ambitions to see 
the world. Ambey made S.M.C. his first stop on the trip 
from Barry to Barry. A lover of the outdoors, his fav- 
ourite sports are hunting and canoeing, with which he 
can mix his hobby of photography. 



ItWIVY, STEVK — a trim hulk of a man who shone at 
middle for the football seniors and on defense for the 
Midgets. In his off-hours Steve can be found dancing 
to some old platters at the closest C.Y.O. Pharmacy 
will claim him for future delivery. 

• •Ol'LTflX. ST.AX- -being the senior partner of the fam- 
ous identical twins, Stan has twice as many friends as 
anyone else except his brother. Having learned to love 
his Saturday job of pharmacist's assistant, he plans to 
'take over' on his return from Pharmacy. 

I'KKNOKIUJ.AHT. 0'.*K<1'- -not being too sure of what 
he wants to be. D'Arcy demands only that it be good, 
certain and lucrative. A brilliant figure on football, 
hockey and baseball teams, he occasionally glittered in 
the field ot academics as well. 

PKKXDKIUi.AST, JOHX — a cousin and companion of 
D'Arcy on many of the same teams, John blossomed 
Into a senior footballer only this fall. His sharp (lulps 
enliven many a sluggish class debate and should help 
lilin k'.iln prominence at S.P.S. 




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Ql'INN, (^>l,l.\ — pompous 111 liiicii. i|iii>l by iniUiri-. 
Colin, a. fluent btlliiKUlHt. is al Ills hesl on the fairway. 
trailinK in carefree fashion after his caddy. ThouKli a 
native of Montic:il. the blK Toronto 11. ig his miumi 
likely location f<n m \i year. 

RAWIjKV, JOHN — IntereHted In bullet-dancing, drawiiiK 
and the theatre, John directs these activities so thai 
they are an aid rather than a hindrance to his ntudles. 
ExcellinK In the sciences and mathematics, he is deter- 
mined to be a doctor of medicine. 

BOliKK'l'SON, <'BAI« — a shrewd, brush-haired athlete, 
who played an effective forward position for Father 
F'lanugan's Ruzzers. and did doiilile duty in u utility 
role. Craig hopes to use his hockey talent to make 
some money to start a business. 

KYAN, El) — another representative of the Jew's Flat, 
big Ed plays a little baseball, frequents Perry's and Is 
a familiar figure at certain C.Y.O.'s. None of these 
pastimes interfere with his study hours, however, as 
he Is one of the first to answer the dong of the bell. 





KVAX, 40K — big and gangling, Joe has long ago ont- 
growu the ordinary class room seats and is really ready 
for bigger places. A football and baseball player who 
builds airplane models, he plans to travel through the 
States before settling down to pay income tax. 

Rl'SAK, ST.*X — smiling, peppery Stan is an avowed 
enemy of the o-avat. A member of the Dramatic Club, 
he also played third base on the Davenport nine. Those 
who know him have confidence that he will become a 
competent engineer. 

SCALE, AI.I — for five years Ai's name has appeared near 
the top of the list of honour students. An engaging grin 
and sharp sense of humour have also won him a high 
place on the party list. Before charting a life course, 
he will read the barometer next August. 

.SCHl'STKK, JIM — better known as the 'Imp.' Jim plays 
either popular or classical music on the piano, and also 
enjoys skiing. A capable and industrious student for 
five long years, he hopes the next five In dentistry will 
go a little faster. 



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SCHIHL. XOKM — a personable delegate from Fort Erie. 
Xonii takes a long-headed view of things, and usually 
arrives at the correct solution. After leading House 90 
to a near championship in hockey, he ha? since been 
concentrating at not losing in the exams. 

.SHK.AH.AX, I'.Al'Ii — from the Miami of Canada. Paul 
brought his genial Irish ways to S.M.C. this year. A 
one-time crack basketballist on the C.Y.O. team, ho 
aims at engineering and nobly asserts that he hopes to 
become an educated plumber. 

SK.AIX, FRAXK — zealously labouring at the books as 
though he liked to stand first. Frank is just an expert 
at skiing and swimming. Being also something of a 
social lion, he will continue to roar through his studies 
and parties at I", of T. 

SKIMIX, IM)H — a Double Blue columnist and House 90 
resident, dashing Bob gels fairly respectable grades, and 
loves the sciences He will go back to the Stales to 
finish his educalion und iibnis lo become a chemical 
engineer. 





S.MI'I'H. \KIIy — a rugged center for the senior football 
team, handsome Neil has terrorized many an opposing 
halfback. After getting his exams he will go to Varsity 
to take an Arts course, and then perhaps return to the 
Niagara District. 

S.MI'I'H, JKFK — enlightening the pages of the Thurible 
iind the Double Blue with his amazing adjectives and 
snazzy similes, casual Jeff dabbles in C.Y.O. hockey at 
Perpetual Help. Not having thoroughly perused the 
U. of T. calendar, he is not sure of his course. 

T.AYIX)H. JOHX — having a quiet sense of humour and 
a sudden wide grin. John, out of class is genial and 
pleasant, but is (nld, aggressive and persistent when in 
puisnit <)( exam lads. Playing in the boarder league 
mid III dramatics are his chief recreations. 

TK.WKKS, K.AKIi — a fleet outfielder for the Wanless 
TiKers lor iliree years. Karl shines both afield and at 
hat as a haseballer. During his more restful periods 
a growing record collection holds his Interest. Metal- 
lurgy and research work are in his fiiiiire. 



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IIUXKK. JIM <iulet. kind and friendly. Jim is ideally 
Hiiiied lo I)i8 planned profeMion a* a do<rtor of mediirlne. 
After a 8tay In S<rollard Hull In North Bay. he trannferred 
t(i S.M.C. to finlHh his hiKli M-hool. and ha* been a real 

iifs"! I<i Ills class. 

VOIil'K. K<M'(X> -goft-fipoken and handsome. Kock i* 
that rare combination of aports-writer athlete, who has 
penned many Thurible. Double Blue and High New* 
artioleti. With hlH plann for tomorrow Htlll a little vaKue, 

lip will laki- iiii Arts loiivi- l<i lii'oadfn him. 

WAI.KKK, IM>II-— uptK'r-brurk<>t 8lud(>nt, Thurible and 
Double Blue scribe, (luirk-thinkini; Bob wati a member 
of Blessed Sacrament .MdiKel ho<-key team. Vowing lo 
'restore this flas<;o we call civilization to e<|ullibrlum'. 

he wants to take philosophy at Varsity. 

\\ HKIj.-W. l*l""rK — earniuK a place on this year b Majors. 
despite his youth and inexperience. Pete, who captained 
the junior footballerH of '46 1» a real athlete. Caaual 
and likeable, he races motor boats In Ihe summer, and 

next fall will race lo enKinferliiK. 



WliWSLOW, COPLEY — having a gentleman's interest In 
sports. Winnie, courteous and sociable attends the school 
games and is quite an expert hockey critic. With a 
special gift for juggling the X's and Y's, his inclinations 
are toward engineering. 

ZKMST.A, MARL-W — nicknamed 'Sldepocket.' portly 
Marian Is a capable man of the drama, having carried a 
heavy role in two of this year's plays. Collecting stamps 
as a hobby, and bruises as a footballer, are other sources 
of his fame. 





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BACK ROW -Mr Joe Prlmeau. Sr.. coach: O. Hannlgan. T. Horton. B. McAllister, C. Malone. mgr.: J. Sadler, mgr.; 

M. Vallquette. B. McNamara. Al. Sparks, trainer; Fr. H. Mallon. director. „ „>. ^ , ™ «, 

FRONT ROW— R. Barry. J. DeCourcy. J. Prlmeau, Jr.. T. Shea, O. Fltzhenry. D. Hlgglns. P. Whelan, D. OberholMr. W. Clune. 
ABSENT — B. Dunn. 



The hockey season of 1!)47-194S maikcd tlio 
first ycai- in seven that the St. .Miehael's Colleffe 
Majors have faih-d to make the Ontario Hoekey 
Assoeiation's -Junior '"A" playoffs In faet, the 
IMajors ediieliiileii tlieir >;elie(lule in a dismal ninth 
l)laee in a ten-teiiiii h'airne. The opening of the 
new seliool teriii found all the iiii<fhty Ma.iors of 
'47 in the professional or senior amateur 
ranks, in('iu(lin<r even those on whom Father 
MaJJon counted to rebuild a cliampionshij) ma- 
chine. Thus. Coach Joe Primeau was faced with 
the task of forminir an entirely new team, made 
up of youthful and inexperienced novices instead 
of cafrcy veterans. 

The second unfortunate occurrence was the 
mid-ice collision of Don Oberholzer and Murray 
Valliquette — two speedy winjrers — sit an early 
season practise. Oberholzer suffered a broken 
collar-bone and Valliquette was the victim of both 
a broken nose and a fractured skull. These in.iur- 
ies kept both players out of action for the iri'eater 
part of the year. 

This was only a fraction of the ill-luck which 
luinnted the Ala.jors throughout the season. The 
oiieiiinir frame was a close 3-2 loss to the Barrie 
Flyers— the O.II.A. Champions for '4S — while the 
final frame was a 6-4 overtime defeat by the 
fourth-place Gait "Rockets". These two teams 
characterized the ea<rer but luckless '47 cham- 
pions. 

Coach Joe Primeau did a meritorious job in 
mouldinir this team tojrether. While other teams 



had former players to serve as the back-bone of 
their resjx'ctive clubs. Joe did not have even one. 
Very few of the players iiad ever plaverl tojrether 
before, and he was forced to acquaint them with 
the St. Michael's style. This required much indi 
vidiial atlcntion and forbearance. 

Wearing Number 1 and playinpr jroal for the 
Juniors was eifrhteen-year-old Tommy Shea. He 
was one of the exceptional goalies in Junior "A" 
Hockey, and the team's low standing was no fault 
of his. This was shown in the St. Michael's goals 
against the average, which was one of the lowest 
in the league. 

Playing Defense was Bill McNamara, the third 
of the three illustrious McNamara brothers, who 
performed so notably for the Majors. Returning 
after an absence of two years from the ice lanes. 
Bill couhl always be counted upon to lug the jmck 
out of his own end. He was certainly a valuable 
asset to his team. 

Hard-hitting Tim Horton, the seventeen-year- 
old bruiser from Sudbury, was a standout on the 
Major defense. One of the best rearguards in 
Junior "A". Tim combined both hard-hitting de- 
fense work and brilliant rushing ability to 
become one of the best-pro-prospects in Junior 
Hockey. 

Walter Clunc. one of the three lads who jumped 
directly from T.H.L. .Midget.s to O.H.A. Junior 
"A", was another favorite on the Double Blue 
defense. Although only .seventeen, he performed 
so notably that he was placed on the Montreal 



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C'anadiens' negotiating list by the end of the sea- 
son. 

Assistant, Captain Ray Barry was the outstand- 
ing forward on tlie St. .Micliai'l's scpiad. He led 
the team's seorers, and this ability coupled with 
his splendid backehecking. made him a valuable 
eog; .so valuable, in fact, that he was the recipient 
of the President's Trophy, which is awarded to 
the most valuable playei- on the team 

Another of last year's Midgets to make the big 
time was sixteeen-year-old Peter Whelan. A left 
winger. Pete was always a si-oiiiig threat, and 
with a year's experience he should prove to be 
one of tiie outstanding players in the League next 
year. 

Comine from Schumacker and following in the 
footsteps of his big biother. Kay. eighteen-year- 
old Gordon Hannigan was another invaluable cen- 
ter on tjic Jrish s(|iiad. (iordie combined both 
speed and stickliaiidling ability to register ian- 
portant goals, and was rated high in the opinion 
of hock(-y authorities. 

Speedy Joe DeCourcy who graduated from the 
St. Mike's IJuzzers. ])atr()llcd riirht wing on the 
first line, and his hard checking and siorins.' abil- 
ity were veiy et't'ccti\e. 

Blond Brian McAllister, a graduate of St. Mich- 
ael's T.lI.Ti. and Junior "P>" ranks, excelled in 
play niakirifr and deadly shooting. 

Wearing Number 10 — the nnndxT made famous 
by his illustrious father- Joe Primeau, Jr., a fast 
skatinfr forward, shone in the final season games. 

17-ye.ar-old Jerry Fit.zhenry, the captain, ,iuaui>- 
ed directly from Mitlget hockey. A defcuseman, he 
was converted into a left winger and although In- 
failed to hit the scoring column often, he was 
j)robably the best defensive foi-ward on the team. 

Don Oberholzer, although hampered by his latt; 
start, proved himself in the latter half of the 
schedule. 

Big Bill Dunn, who along with Horton and 
Barry, was an experienced player, and a standout 
on the Irisli blue line, as he cond)incd defensive 
strenirth with insliiTig ability. 

Murray Valliquette succeeded in returning for 
the last few contest.s of the sehedide. After his 
disastrous in.jtirv and, although he saw little ac- 
tion, his team spirit was an inspiration to the other 
s(|uad members. 

Although he was not called on to ijcriorm, Doug 
Higgins, the sid) goalie, was an invaluable adtli- 
I ion dui ing the practices 

With only Barry and Prime.au unable to com- 
|)e1e in Junior "A'' llocke\ next year because of 
the age limit, the renwiinder of the s(piad are 
expected to return, and with last year's strength 
ami experience, they will surely cop the OH. A. 
title and the victors' medals for them.selvos. 

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Buzzers 




BACK ROW — J. Bellsle. B. Caswell, B. Prlmeau. J. Corcoran. C. Robertson, R. Roy, J. Imontl. 

FRONT ROW— Fr. E. Flanagan, coach; R. Volpe, R. Corcoran. D. Mooney. B. McDonagh. A. Holmes. T. Oolan. 



The St. Michael's Buzzers shelved the Good 
Humour Trophy, emblematie of the Varsity (lidup 
Jr, "IJ" siipreiiiaty, having sidelined sueh leaiii.s 
as Scarhoro Dukes, Corner Boys and the highly 
touted Varsity crew. 



The urge for victory welled up within them, 
they wished to earrv their toreh in quest of 
•rreater laurels. The ''AH Ontario Jr. B Cham- 
pionship" was the jroal they were aiming at. How- 
ever this was not the ease as their hopes were 
smothered by the "Roek-line" Ilaniiltonians from 
the Mountain City, 

It has been three years since the Buzzers bel- 
lied an "All Ontario Championship." This sea- 
son's performance was no doubt the best effort 
the Bees have had since. The 1945 team was 
truly one of champions for no less than five play- 
ers have climbed the ladder to professional ranks. 
These include Ed. Sandford, Red Kelly, Ed. Har- 
rison Phil Samis and Bob DeCourcy. Fr. Flana- 
gan has nurtured many an aspiring athlete into 
the big time. Although this year's team did not 
cop the championship, there are many promising 
hockey greats that may mature from this crew. 
Many a hockey scout has been seen perched on 
his haunches while watching this stellar team 
in action. 



Dennis Mooney \v;iv s,iii tn the BuzzerH this 
season for a little iinii' -■ a^ iiiiiL' fnmi his per- 
formance in till' Biiz/.'i>' iii-t uc iiia.N' •■(include 
tliat he is i|iiiir ^I'iry. Oftentimes a hapless 
winger who has finally filtered through the Irish 
defense met his Waterloo at the hands of clever 
Mooney. A skillful goaler who knows the correct 
move foiled the opposition who pelted away at 
him, counteraeting by sprawling full length in 
front of the uprights, or at other times making 
a stab at tlic puck in the manner of a confident 
outfielder. 

It has been tlie cave of hoekey ehibs to boast 
of a first line and a slightly inferior second, but 
on great teams this is generally not the ea.sc. 
Especially was this true <if the Bu/zers wlm 
boa.sted of two irreat lines. Art Holmes, Ray Cor- 
coran, iinil Rocco Volpe — Roddy Roy. Bill Mc- 
Donagh and Jim Iraonti. I'ieking an individual 
star would be impossible as it is purely a matter 
of opinion, but we are safe in saying Bill McDon- 
agh was a standout. Playing his fiist y.ar at 
St. Michael's, Bill was a menaee around the 
opposition's goal. 

Paired with Bill were Rod Roy and Jim Imonti, 
two very capable running niatts Tliey harassed 
many a blinking goaler. 



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Imonti started slowly at the season's opening, 
at times he found himself sittiufr out the odd 
game. But when lined with Roy an<l McDonagh 
his latest tah'iits hlossomed forth and he was 
partieularly effeetive in the playoffs. 

Unlike Jim, Roddy Roy was a fiery starter 
and served as a constant threat all season. A 
canny player with a deft ability to stiekhandle 
justifies his position on the Leaf list. 

Some individuals are easy quitters, a few go 
down under a slight strain, other under a great 
strain, and there are still others who never go 
down. To tlie last braeket belongs Art Holmes. 
This peppy bantam rooster will keep plugging 
no matter how great the odds. 

A similar dogged determined type of player is 
Rapid-Ray Corcoran. Ray has never been known 
to (juit ; and bai-kcheeks like a leeeh. lie knotted 
several important goals in the Hamilton series. 

Rocco Volpe, a smooth pattern performer, a 
relentless skater, rounds out this fine line. Ilis 
ability to dupe opposing goalies and then slide 
the puek past was a pleasure to wateh. 

Craig- Robertson eould well be labelled a utility 
man. lie was eonverted into a winger or de- 
fenseman at will. It was Craig who filled in the 
spots left vacant bv an injured i)layer. 

When the going became a little tough, Bob 
Holland would leap on the iee; he revelled in 

liard play. 

Held in reserve only by a shade, of his own 
youth and the experience of his teammates. Ed 
Brown |)layed a shifty game in his a|)pearance 
during the early part of the season. A fast, 
smooth skater, a relentless back checker, great 
thin-r-; arc expected of Ed next season. 

Defensively the Huzzers wcic unexcelled: they 
formed a coat of mail about Mooney, repulsing 
all attacks. 

Jack Corcoran and Jean Paul Belisle, a torniid- 
able pair of defensemen that would please any 
coach. Belisle had a particidar fusnmation for 
cooling out freshy opjionents. and thus render- 
ing them Useless. The second pair, secoud ordy in 
name. Bill Primeau anrl Bill "Binjr" Caswell were 
effective offensively, as well as defensively. 

The Irish rambled through the Varsity group 
with the oidy formidable opposition being Var- 



sity. Nevertheless skill and determination domi- 
nated and the "Clover Hillers" were champs after 
three hard-fought tussles. Incensed with the 
power to win, the Buzzers went on to conquer 
the formerly impregnable De La Salle in two 
games by the scores of 3-2 and 9-4. By these 
wins they made amends for the Preps who were 
put out by Del. Still in full stride the Irish 
met Wclland Wildcats and tamed them by win- 
ning three games in a row 7-1, 7-3 and 7-4. Wei- 
land liked to play a wee bit rough but were soon 
cooled down by the Irish checkers who take, as 
well as give, bodychecks. 

In order to shorten the playoffs, the three 
remaining games, namely Upper Canada College, 
Hamilton, Aerovox and St. Michael's, were to 
meet in a Home and Home Round-Robin Series. 
Hamilton and St. Michael's emerged the victors 
of the set, tied at five points apiece, but because 
they scored more goals in the series, Hamilton 
were on top. 

To come all this way, and then be put out 
in three straight games, is indeed a heartbreak. 
To take such a consequence in their stride and 
stand aside to let a better team harbour the 
coveted cup was the case of the Buzzers. 

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Preps 




STANDIKO— W. Halloran. Fr. F. BoUnd. C.S.B.; Al Sparks. 

SITTINQ— R. Oswald. W. Stock. P. Woods. M. Wolochatluk, D. LaBomle. F. BatUe. B. McCarthy. 
W. Hall. K. Elliot. W. Scanlon, J. Sauve, J. Cudmore. B. MacLellan. 



The second-hand on the huge timepiece at the 
Gardens slowly luovcd around and Del wi'ii' ti-y- 
ing to tip-up th^e frame. Bob MacLellan ln'ianic a 
hmiian fortres.s in order to prevent the rubber 
disc from penetratiiigr the net. AVhen the time 
was up, the score-sheet showed that St. Michael's 
I*reps had beaten Del for the first time in two 
years. 

This season the Preps worked hard and their 
jonjr liouis of jiractii-e finally paid off in the ■) to 4 
win over Del. Bitd Stock started the scorinj.' early 
in the First period, and proals by Elliot, Scanlon 
and LaRonde iiaved the way for the Del down- 
fall. AUiioufih the Preps lost om to a more 
experienced Del team in the ffroup finals, they 
refused to recoirnizc defeat until the final bell 
had sounded. 

In the initial game of the season, Del manajred 
to squeeze a 3-2 win over the Preps. '•Smoothie" 
Bud Stock scored both St. :Michaers <roals with 
assists credited to Jack Cudmore and Joe Sauve. 
Torraville ('ollep;e fell i)rey to the ea<rle eyes 
of "Shorty" Elliot and Bud Stock, and were 
humbled 4-0. Lady Luck was still with Del and the 
Preps were defeated apain by a siim niar<rin of 
4-;?. On St. :\Iiehaers ni<.'ht at the Gardens: the 
Preps played the not so old "Old Boys" and 
lost to the tune of 9-1. St. ]\Iike's easily breezed 
past Torraville in the next two i>chedu!ed games 



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championship. 
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tor the group 



(1 tlieir top form and the 



Prei)s were losin<_' •"> ^oing into the thinl period. 
"Jumpinu^" Joe Sauve scored the first goal for 
St. Mikes and was qniekly followed by Stock wn.> 
scored two goals. The final score was Del 5. S». 
Mike's a. The next game saw D.j go goal-happy 
and came ont on top 10-4. That game saw 
"Fightint'" Bill Hall score his first goal of th.' 
season rm a beautiful solo rush. 

Bob MacLellan plaved a steaily brand of hockey 
througliii'i! til ^i;i^i>n Mil'! was rewarded with 
having tli ■ trw. ^r ir.mU avainst him during tlie 
regular ^.a- i . Joe Sauve, the captain of th' 
tcaiii. aiul Bill Hall broke up many rushes witl; 
their brilliant defensive play. Jack Cudmore. 
althougli lie suffered a broken leg last season, 
improved steaiHlv and was in there figlitinjr at 
the end. Bud Stock. Bill Scanlon ami Bob Mc 
Carthy worked as a line ami were responsible t'oi 
many important goals. Morris 'Mo " Wolochatiuk 
along with Ken Elliot and Don LaRonde produced 
many a picture goal. Buster Battle alternated 
on the forward line and bis free-style skating 
was a sight to biliold. Bob Oswald, the alterna- 
ting fzoalie. displayed ina:iy iiu" i|'i.dities of 
a goaltciidei-. 

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Midgets 




BACK ROW— N. Corcoran, G. Harrison. R. Walsh, P. Prendergast, D, MacDonald, R. Gallagher, F. Sandford. 
FRONT ROW— Fr, E. Flanagan, J. Ingoldsby. A. McGUllvray, J. Oormley, J, Mlhllsln. N, Romagnola, I. McAllister. 



The 1947-48 hockey season ^a\v St. .Mirliad's 
Mwlscts rated .-.s (nic n\' till' Four best teams in tlie 
city. This vel-et '_M-()U|i included l')ca(dii's Limis, 
Driscolls ( ';iit:ii:r ,\lai-ll>iinis and the stroii;^ Iiisli 
erew. 

Dnring the regular season tlie .Mid<rets had a 
roinarkahlc record of 11 wins in 12 jranies. The 
playoffs sa\v them in a tonj.'li series with Dris- 
colls. They were edfrcd out in this series 2 tranies 
to 1, after defealiiiL' this team ea^il.x' dnrine- tin' 
soason. 

The good showing couldn't have heen |)nssible 
without the expert coachiiifr of Father Klanairan 
The boys' school spirit was broiitrht (nit li\' the faci 

that 2 t(i o 'ilMes a week llie\ had t(i rive i>\]\ of 

l);'(l at •') a.m. to practise, lint this is easily lor- 
gottoii if yon win yonr jrame-- 

As for the boys themselves, their ahilit V i- well 
l)roiij.'ht 'Hit li\' jnst l()ekin'_' at their record 

In goil we have Jack '•Shntmit" Gormley, rated 
as one of the best in the eity. His record i){ .'i or 
G shutouts conid easily liave been lartrcr. but for 
many (rames that the opposition scored 1 L'oiil. 

Star defenceman Gord Harrison is ceit.iinly the 
l)est cool-headed player in the Icajrnc. lie shifter! 
frcin forward to defence and has professionally 
adopted hinisclf. 

His defence-mate is laiL'^c Steve Posivy who 



uses his lartre build to the best ])(issible ad\aiita<rc. 
There wasn't a player in the leayue who diiln't 
thini'. twice wdien comiii": in (ni Steve. 

D'Arcy McDonald has turneil rrmn beinj>' .just a 
remarkable defenceman into a hard-hitting back- 
liner. JVArcy has that remarkable ability of beiii-.' 
able In l)l()cl\ the enemy's atta(d\ and •.■•et the 
j)ui-k to his forwards in one swecpin<r motion, 

Paul Prendergast who jiiinped from liantam to 
-Midgot was a jrreat asset to the blue-line e(n-ps, 
Paul was one of the hieh scoring- delViieemcii, 
Ralph Walsh, another liantam. played very well 
and had a vv} hard shot, wliicdi T, II. L. goalies 
will testifw 

Ray Gallagher, who spent his time dianeine- 
from !'orwai'<l to defeiiee. has improved ereatlx 
from the I'ii'st iif the year, and was able to hold 
his own in the pla.\'offs. 

The first line, known to us as the "X.ll.I.." line, 
is composed of Centre Fred Sandford, who has 

been tabbed by .Mnntri'al ('anadicus. and Ki^dit- 
Wiiifrer Norm Corcoran, w ho alou'.'- with tlu' third 
)n''inber and Left Winu^er of this line, reil-hi'adi'd 
Joe Ingoldsby is slated to join lioslon. This 
threesome aeonnted for S:! out <d' the loO jroals 
which the team has s. .,i,d, I''red was the team's 
liiLdiesI scorer with .X'liiii imt xcry far behind, 
.|(ie w.i-. within easy strikiii"- distance. 

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Shamrocks 




BACK ROW — J. Connolly, mgr.: D. Coibett. P. Oreenham. R. Watton. D. Sacko. G. Barrett. Mr. W. Hawkahaw. coach. 
fTlONT BOW— F. Elliott, D. Pordham, B. Tattersall, J. Carey, E. Harwlck, E. WlUon, D. Teatro. 
ABSENT— J. Dutacll. 



This year the Shamrocks coinplcted their first 
full soasoii of hot-key under the fruidinor hand of 
iFr. Ilawkshaw. They foujrht their way to the 
group finals but lost out iu a sudden death 
eneoi.inter with Del after two sueeessive ties. 

During the regular season the battliiifr jiuek- 
ehasers won two ami lost three while they tietl 
two. Their toujrhest opposition was U.CC, losing 
two frames to them. This meant that U.C.C. and 
the Shamroeks were to meet in the finals. The 
first frame was a very close affair with the two 
teams battling to a 3-3 draw and Greenan stand- 
ing out on the S. il. ('. defeiue. The next came 
was a tie also, with Joe Oarey in goal playing a 
standout game. The following game was played 
at Royal's and once again the teams played a 1-1 
deadlock on a goal by Ernie Harwick. The Sham- 
rocks were not disheartened by this because the 
next game was a different story with the Sham- 
roeks winning fi-1 with George Barrett scoring 
two goals. Fordham and Wilson ])layed great 
also. This win paved the wav to the finals with 
De La Salle. 

It was in this duel with De La Salle that the 



Shamrocks were to end their seaMin. Hut no one 
can say that they did not go <lown fighting. In 
the first game at Richmond Hill, De La Salle tied 
them with only four minutes to go. The Sham- 
rocks had many sriorious chances but they could 
not capitalize on them. The next game wa.s at 
Royals with De La Salle once again coming from 
behind in the last few seconds to gain a 2-2 tic 
with both goalies standouts. This game marked 
the fifth tie in the playoffs for the Shamrock^ 
and it all but broke the hearts of the kids who 
had fought from underdogs to favourites. But 
still with some of that fire and vigour tba^ 
brought them to the finals they went into the 
game but lost it to a more experienced team. 

Mr. Hawkshaw picked his team from ab<»nt 
forty young hopefuls. 'Jittery" Joe Carey saved 
many a game with his marvellous net-min<ling. 
on defence we see those steady pair of Dons. Don 
Teatro and Don Corbit. .\iid the other pair con 
sisting cf !';iiil-ni>liiiiu Ernie Harwick and bruis- 
ing Ron Walton. Paul Greenan alternated be- 
tween the t«o pairs. 

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Minor Midgets 




STANDING— N. Piatt. D. McCarthy. J. Clancy, mgr.: G Bvirns. Pr. P. Boland, C.S.B., coach; 

P. Brloux. J. Scanlon. J. McCurry, W. Wolochatluk. 
SITTING— R. Beck, T. Fitzgerald. B. Bourke. M. Knowlton. G. Fitzgerald, G. Sarklslan, R. GHearn. 



One night as he was wntchin^'- one of the Double 
ISliic sifiiads pcrroriii. Al Sparks, the trainer of 
oiir .hi'iior A's iiiiil nmiiei'oiis otlier teams, said 
tliat lie had ofti-ii iieard tliat there was soiiiethiii''' 
more in a St. Miehael's hoeke.v team than a consr- 
h>merati()n of phi.vers, sticks and skates. 

Although their won and lost record ma.v he 
only mediocre, nevertheless he feels that each St. 
.Michael's club has had an asset which is worth 
a hit more than winnin<r a chaiii|)ionship. thniifrh 
n;in.v of them do. He had heard ahoiit these 
iliiiifrs but iii)on becomin<r aeqnainted with St. 
-Mike's he f-lf and believed it. 

One of these thinfrs peculiar to St Mike's 
is the trust and worsliip that the hockey players 
hold for their coach. The Minor-Mid<rets have 
tliis pecnliarit,\- and their coach Fr. Boland is 
deservii'tf of this h)yal support. The daredevil 
play and undaiintahle spirit of his teams on the 
ic" are a proof of the respect and honour which 
thev hoi<l for hiui. 

Goal-ten dinc^, since it calls for perfect liminfr 
co-ordination and coolness unde^r fire, is one of 
the most arduous p<;sitions on any hockev team. 
This nianlv task falls iiixni the nimble Mickey 
Knowltot^, a iroaler who has jrrasped the finer 
aft-, ii'' ;i difriciilt post. Mickev with his fine 



goal-airaii>st-avera<re helped ininieasurahly in the 
success en .joyed hy the Minor-.Midjrets. 

In front of Mickey are a set of twins. Terry 
aiui Jerry Fitzgerald. lioth boys have loads of 
class and are obstinate hard working' che(d<ers. 
The team's team plaver is Dan McCarthy. When 
he is not on iee Dan does not stop jiliifrfjrinfj, he 
chatters incessantly and exnherantl.v for his team- 
niaters on the iee. Dan's blue line |)ai'tner is 
steady Bevin Bonrke who is an excellent poke- 
eliecUci- and ninnin^'-mate for Dan. 

Agile George Sarkisian, a mainstay on the 
Bantam ('hami)s of last year is the anchor man 
of the Jlinor-Midjrets. (ieorire is a tvpical centre. 
He can skate, shoot, check and is one of the 
club's hiirhest sc(!rei's. 

One of the smoothest skaters seen around St 
Mike's in a lon<f time is Wally Wolachatiuk. 
WaJlv is a hi^rh scorinjr rifrht winjrer who forms 
with George and Dick Beck a smooth passiny: 
tlire:'vome Dick Beck, a stroii'r skater and a 
jrood rusher, is a h\<i con ''• ^bc M-.M make up. 

Father Boland has always eonw up with a fast. 

smooth-skatin!^!- club. Ron O'Hearn is an excellent 

exampb'. lion centres Paul Brioux and Duke 

McCurry. l?on also has his share of sroals Adept 

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BACK ROW— Mr. W. Young. C.S.B., asst. coach; W. Durktn, Mgr.: W. Kruzel. W. Lee. B. Clancy. J. V^,^.:^ K 

J. Wrona. Pr. P. Gorman. C.8.B.. Coach. 
FRONT ROW— K. O'Orady. G. Young, capt.; G. Brloux. A. Cliue. F. Harwlck. D. Trudell. J. Smith. B. Skelton. 



Fifteen fifteen-year-olds nniiiiin'd from the 
seventy-two hoix'l'iils who tried out for the Ban- 
tams after tlie weediutr out proeess was eoni- 
l)leted. The team was eoniposed from some of 
last year's Miiioi--Baiitaiiis with the addition of 
Art Chine, Ed Plata, Ken O'Grady. Jim Logan, 
Walter Lee, Frank Harwick, Ron Skelton and 
Joe Wrona. 

Gerry Young took up where he left off last 
year as jroalie. Tu the re<rnlar season of nine 
fiames he ranjr up two shut-outs. Many a time 
he robbed the opposiiifj team of proals on l)reak- 
aways in a sensational manner. John Smith was 
a reliable nnderstiuly for Gerry. 

On defense Walter Kruzel, with his speed and 
stiek-liaudlinfr ability, pulled the team out of 
many diffienit spots. Art Chine, his partner on 
defense, was noted for his terrific shot and stiff 
body-eliecks Walter Lee, witli his steady play, 
and Frank Harwick, with his poke-check, formed 
a good relief <rnard. Both these boys showed 
ability in handing out body-checks at times. All 
four show jiromise for the future. 

The first line of Plata at centre. Bill Lee at 
left and Ron Skelton at right wing were a formid- 
able threat to opposing goalies. Tiieir pa.ssing 
was a treat to watch. The second line was centred 
by Ken O'Grady, the boy with the smallest phy- 
si(pie but biggest heart on the team. A great 
leader. Ken set up many a play for his hard- 
working wiingers, Clancy and Logan. These three 
were relentless backcheckers. 

The third line, centred by Doug Trudell with 



Gary Brioux at left wing ami Joe Wrona at i i-hi 
did some very valuable relief woik. Joe Wrona 
frequently scored with that snap-hand shot ol 
his. Opposing attackers found Gary Brioox ver\ 
determined and sometimes even a little too strcn 
nous in his efforts to backcheck them. 

All of these players tried hard. The pat lent 
efforts of Mr. Young, Mr. Bauer and Mr. McLean 
were rewarded when they saw their protegc> ini 
prove. A vote of thanks is due to all those wh« 
helped make the Bantams year a suceoKsftji one 

During the regular season they defeated r.C.C 
three times. De La Salle twice and I'.T.S. once 
In the playoffs U.T.S. wilted before the Iri.sh at 
tacks by scores of two to one and three to one ; 
one playoff game was tied two-all. In all St. 
Michael's scored forty-five goals to win their 
grouji and allowed the opposition twenty-one. 

Next to fall before the Bantams were the Dover- 
court team. The latter were handicapped by the 
lack of practice and lack of a coach. As a resulr 
the Irish countered seventeen goals in two games, 
winning the first S-(l and the second !^-0. In this 
latter game Ed. Plata scored three goals and sct 
up two othci-s Id spark the Bantams to victory. 

In the T.H.L. playoffs the St. Michael's Ban- 
tams defeated Cooksviile by scores of 6-^ and 1-0. 
to advance to the finals. 

Ten began one of the hardest-fought series in 
T.n l>. Itantam history I^easidc Li<ms. unde- 
feated in thiri\ lmuh's, were the op|)osition. Two 
fast goals by Bill Lee on pas.ses from Ed Plata, 
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50 



Minor-Bantam s 




BACK BOW— C. McCarthy. R Howorth, Fr. J. Ruth. C.S.B.. coach; M. Mohan. J. Oallagher. 
FRONT ROW— P. Knox. J. ONeall. T. McCarthy. F. Croak, L. McGravey. J. Clark. 
ABSENT— R. Knowlton. J. Dletrtch. R. Cantwell. 



Have you ewr luitl h miu-li coveted cliainpiiiii- 
sliiji eiii) pass witliin an iiicli of your firasp and 
then liave to watch it slip t)a<'k into tlie sliadows 
becaiis<' of two losses. Tliis was tlie fate that be- 
fell Fr. Hiith's liijrh-flyiner Minor Bantam entry. 

The regular Prep season for this team proved 
to be notliintr more than a lijrlit worktmt. In their 
nine leajrue t-'"'"*'^ they score<i an averajre of !• 
jroals per jrame. with tlie opposition seoriii<r but 
oiKM' in every three "neounters. Knterintr the 
I'rep ^ronj) |)Iayoff they had little trouble in 
disposini.' of De La Salle 9-0 and 5-4. 

Up until this time everythinjr was peaches and 
eream Their castor oil came in the form of 
Ifhodes Ave., an ecpiall.v fine ^roup t>\' puckslers. 
The first iraine was as close as a convict's liairciit, 
but when the final hell sonnde<l, the Minor- 
liantamK were on the short end of a 4-3 seore. 
Most of the team and their coach felt that if 
they eonld play on a biy:<rer ice surface- it would 
be u different storx. Their players must have 
been answered because the next jranu> was played 



at Royals. The boys needed little ur<riu}r >ind 
they coasted to an easy 4-1 victory. Hut in the 
next <rame fate asaiii intervened in the form 
of the same small rink where the first frame was 
played. Even thoufih the team fouprht from start 
to finish they were edfjed out by another 4-:{ 
score. This ended their T.ll.L. activities but in 
no way did it (himpcn their fifrhtiiifr spirits. 

Crook and Knowlton alternated in the mesh 
and filled the frap to ))erfection. Occnpxiii^r tlic 
defense positions were John Clark, Dick Howarth 
and Joe Dietrich who. as the jroals atrainst indi- 
cate, made it a hard ,journe\- 1o the red lifrht. 
The first line centred by Paul Knox was sup- 
ported by Ron Cantwell and Len McGravey on 
the wiiiL's. I'cifoiiiiiii^' on the second strin^r were 
Charlie iii\d Tom McCarthy alon<r with John Gal- 
lagher, Tom McCarthy led the team in seorinjf 
in both the I'rep and playoff jrames. The two 
Mike.?. O'.Veill and .Monahaii. earriiMl the mail on 
the third line and liad their fair share of jroal- 
seorin<r honours, Paul O'Donofjhue 



dl 



House League 




JUNIOR HOCKEY CHAMPS 

FRONT HOW— B. Sheehan, W. Mogavero. J Redmond J Purvis. K Ross. 

MIDDLE ROW— P. Nealon, J. Mueller, J. Payne. H. Moffatt. F. Sallna. D. Phillips, J, Blnette. 

BACK ROW— W. Partland. M. Gerula. Mr. Meyers, D. Bdlsetlch. L. Pearce. 




SENIOR HOCKEY CHAMPS 

FRONT ROW— D. Macdonell. R Bongelli. E. Arbour. T. Quinn 
MIDDLE ROW— R. Crowley, J. McNeil. F Bertucca. J. Manuel. 
BACK ROW— Mr. Stortz, C.S.B., coach; R. Arbour, J. McQiUlkln. B. Arbuthnot. J. McCann. 



HOCKFA' 

Due to the delay in settiiifr up the rink boards, 
the Jloi-kcy Lcajrnc failed to <ret under way until 
after the Christinas holidays. Flleven teams were 
entered this year — six in the .lunior Leajjue and 
five senior teams. At the bej!:innin<r of the season, 
it was announeed that in addition to crests award- 
ed to the champions, spet-ial awards would be 
given in each division to the best goalie and to 
the higliest scorer. 

Tlie teams and coaches in this year's League: 

.JUNIORS 

ft - 1 Mr. Roehni 

!» -2 -Mr. Kaye 

9-3 . . -Mr. llannahan 

9-4 .Mr. I'enny 

9-5 ;Mr. Meyers 

9 - (i .Mr. Power 

SENIORS 

10-1 Mr. Stortz 

10-2 Mr. Beaune 

10-3 Father Whyte 

10 4 Fatlier Wilson 

10-.-) Mr. IJ. Bhuk 

Both rinks in the school yard were used by 
tlie House Li-ague every afternoon from three to 
four. I'lay was luii'd and oftentimes rough, but 
always under the watchful eye of the I^eague's 
r<'ferees, who showed no mercy in handing out 
j)enalties to offenders. Admirable courage was 
dis])layed by the ever-faithfid coaches who risked 
fi'ost-bittcn ears and toes on bitter afternoons in 
order to drive their teams to victory. 

In the Senior group, Mr. Stortz's 10-1 team and 
Mr. l!'-ainie's lO-'J team ,ium|)ed into the finals 
together with 9-.'), coached by .Mr. Meyeis and 
Mr. I'enny's lads. Thanks to Father Flanagan, 
Maple Leaf Gardens was the wene of the House 
l,eague finals. In a "sudden death", 10-1, beaten 
only once during the season, took the senior cham- 
pion>hi]>, ami 9-.') emerged victorious among the 
Juniors. Again, snpci'ior coaching and "specially 
that old "good smart headwork" gave the crown 
to the victors. 

The winners of this year's Special Awards: 

Best Junior Goalie — 

•Joliu i'urvis of 9-5 .... (7 goals against) 
Best Senior CJoalie — 

JJob Arbnthnot of 101 < '> goals against) 
•Iniiior High Scorer — 

.Vick i'opovich of 9-5 (13 goals) 

Senior llijrh Scorer — 

Frank Price of 10-2 (12 goals) 

The League extends a special word of thanks 
to its refereeing staff: Kriiie Wilson, Dean Ford- 
ham, John Claiu-y, Boi) Linidy and Father Cnl- 
Icii of St. Basil's Parish. 



FOOTBALL 

You won't see their names or pictures in the 
sport pages. They never play before cheering 
thousatuls. Xt) one pays admission to see thean 
])lay. They phiy on dusty, sawdust-marked grid- 
irons and on the windsw(>pt rinks in the yard. 
Yet, these unsung heroes don't mind the ab.sence 
of public acclaim; nowhere will you fiiul a more 
eager and enthusiastic swarm of young atliletes. 
Who are they.'.' They're the St. Mike's House- 
leaguers ! ! ! 

The second week of school saw the House L*^a- 

gne swing into action, witli four senior teams and 
four teams in the junior division : 

JUNIORS 

Xotre Dame ]Mr. C'allaghan 

Argos Mr. Beaune 

Rough Riders Mr. Penney 

Mustangs Mr. Belyea 

SENIORS 

liions Mr. Young 

Bears Mr. Stortz 

Rockets Mr. Gordon 

Tigers Mr. Malley 

Team meetings were held; practises were called ; 
the s(|ua(ls were diilled and jilays were perfected 
and polished. On September 17th, four House 
League teams, sj)orting new, flashy jerseys, open- 
ed the 1948 schedule. Due to exeeptionall>' gooti 
weatiiei-. the I.eairne played two rouinls. 

Play-off berths were hotly contested House- 
Leaguers anxiously watched for scores and stand- 
ings posted daily on the bidletin board. At the 
season's end, the "Mustangs" and the inibeaten 
"Rough Riders" moved into the Junior Semi- 
finals; the "Bears" ami the "Rockets" were des- 
tined to clash for the Senior championsiiip. 

In the two-out-of-three jilay-off scries, the 
"Roi'kets" were swamped by the "Bears", and the 
"liough Riders" tramided the "Mustangs". In 
both divisions superior coaching ami "good head- 
work" brought the championship to these scrappy 
little t''ams. 

"PREPS" 

(Continued from Page 46) 

Much of the credit goes to Father Boland for 
the wonderful way he coached the boys and I hey 
will certainly benefit from his advice. Al Sparks 
took care of the injured on the team and did a 
miL'lity fine job. The manasrerial duties were per- 
formed !)>• Bill Halloran. 

The 1947-4,s edition of the Preps typified the 
fighting and sportsman-like spirit that prevails 
among St. Michael's hockey teams and next year 
as during this year the Junior "B's" will carry tiu' 
traditions of the school into every gann- the\' 
plav. 

Bill Ifalioran 



53 



Senior Football 





z2 npp ^^UL ly^ 7p in 




BACK ROW — D. Prendergast. N. Smith. B. MacLellan. F. Owen, captain: E. Nicholson. J. DeCourcy. P. Oroisi. 

MIDDLE ROW— Mr. B. Hlgglns, line coach; M. Scarlett. J. Prendergast. B. James. J. Bellsle. B. Keenan. O. McOrmth. E. Brown. 

K. O'Hearn, Fr. E. Flanagan, coach. 
FRONT ROW — J. Coffey. G. Fltzhenry. J. Shanahan. D. Sullivan. A. Holmes. Pr. P. Boland. manager: J. Bough. B. Corcoran. 

W. Clune. E. Harwich, T. Oolan. J. MacDonald. 



After failing to achieve a win in their first five 
frames last aiitiiinn the Senior Football team 
eanie roariii-r back with three sniashinfj victories 
in the final jrames of the season. This looks pood 
for next year witli a larsre number of the squad 
expected back. AVlicn the team took the field 
last autunin there were only six members of the 
1!)4() Junior Hifj Four finalists on the whole 
squad. A rebuildinjr projjram had to be inau- 
gurated; it came to a successful comiiletion 
sooner than most fans expected, culmiiiatiiifr with 
a 40 to victory over Oshawa, a 16 to ') win 
over Welland, and a 31 to drubbin<i of Hraut- 
ford. 

The Irish succumbed to their traditional rivals 
from Hamilton, Cathedral Ilifjh, twice duriii}? the 
season. They dropped the opener before a larpc 
crowd at Oakwood Stadium in a thrilling tussle 
by a 7 to 6 score. Grossi scored the touchdown 
and Goodwin kicked a siiifjle. MacLellan, Smith 
and Nicholson did {rreat work on the line. In 
the return game C'atheilral once again edged out 
a win. This time it was 7 to 0. McGrath. James 
and Holmes were the pick of the team that night. 
A large number of students, organized by F'athcr 
Iloude, made the trip by bus an<i stole the show 
with their vociferous efforts. 



The most thrilling battle of the sea.son was the 
10 to 10 tie against another ancient rival. St. 
Jerome's College at Oakwood. St. Mike's pot 
away to a 3 to lead on Bob Holland's field goal. 
In the second half St. Jerome's battled for two 
unconverted touch downs to take a 10 to 3 lead 
with ten minutes to go. The Double Blue started 
to click. (loodwin fired a toin-htlown pass to 
(icrry Fitzhenry and Bob Holland converted. On 
the last j>lay of the game. Goodwin kicked over 
the line, St. Jerome's fumbled but recovered be- 
hind their own goal line. It was a single point 
and earned the thrilling last second tie. 

For the third year in a row the Irish were 
beaten by their sister Basilian school. Assumption 
College. Tlic game was in Windsor and after a 
gruelling struggle the Purple and White came 
out on top. DeCourcy, D'Arcy Prendergast and 
Captain Fred Owen did yeoman service in a 
losing cause. Congratulations are in order to 
Father Armstrong and the Assumption boys who 
went on to win the High School championship 
of Windsor for the first time. Hough. Clune and 
MacLellan sparkled in this game. 

Niagara Falls was the venue of the next game. 
The Irish bowed to the well drilled local colle- 
giate team in another close battle 7 to .■». A sus- 



.14 



taiiifd drive in the last quarter netted a touch- 
down by Goodwin, but time ran out moments 
before anotlicr seore i-ould be made. Ilohnes, 
Grossi, Heiish' and Kitzhenry played jrreat foot- 
ball in tlie bai-kfield; Brown, John Prenderfrast. 
Ilarwiek and Sullivan were powerhouses up front. 

Against Oshawa tlie Double Blue played tre- 
mcinlous football. The rookies arrived and the 
veterans matched them. Seorinc; in every (piarter 
the Irish rolled to a 40 to win. Belisle person- 
ally aeeounted for 17 points; O'lleain. DeCourey, 
Fitzhenry and Grossi each seored a touchdown. 
The great line work of Sullivan, Shanahan and 
.MacLellan. and the vicious tacklinfr of Corcoran 
and D'Arcy Br('nder<rast thrilled the lar<i:e crowd. 

The journey to Wei land was on a Saturday 
afternoon and St. Mike's continued their win- 
ning ways with a iiard earned Ki to o victory 
airainst a heavy Junior OHFl' team. McGrath, 
James, Brown, and SulliAan played inspired foot- 
ball up front. Holmes, Belisle, Grossi and Cor- 
coran carried the mail in the backfield. 

The season came to a successful conclusion with 
a smashing win over the lirantford Junior ORPII 
team at Oakwood Stadium. The score was 31 to 0. 
Belisle with two touchdowns and Clune, Cor- 
i-oran, D'Arcy and John I'rendergast with one 
each starred in the backfield. MacLellan, \ieh- 
olson, .Mc(irath. Sullivan and Shanahan blocked 
fiercely up front. 

A football team is successful otdy in so far 
as every member of the scpiad |)lays his part 
fully. This year's gang had |)lenty of spirit 
and althoi'trh they met with a few defeats at first 
due to their inexperience, it wasn't long before 
their fight and long hours of practice brought 
them up to the top in traditional St. Michael's 
mau'ier. (Jreat credit is due to these boys for 
their never-say-die spirit and coo])eration. I'sing 
this same dogged di'termination and team s|)irit 
that tliey showed on that hard college field. the\- 
will make real men in the future. In traditional 
manner, on the morning of all games the entire 
sijuad went to -Mass aiul received Holy Com- 
miniion in the College chapel. 

A few words on the porsoiniel of the team 
woulil not he out of place here: 

Captain Fred Owen was a hard driving inside. 
lie had the knack of inspirinsr his team mates 
and iiimself to great efforts, lie starred in every 
ganu'; came up from last year's juniors. 

Oreg McGrath, Fred's rinining mate at inside, 
developed into a terrific charger, lie should be 
even greater next year. lie, too, came up from 
the junicu's. 

Bob MacLellan mikI Ed Nicholson were a couple 
of huge, hard smashing middles. Big Bob, 
younger brother of the famous Cam, filled the 
.shoes in niagnifieent sfvle. There has been a 



MacLellan on the right side of the St. Mike's 
line for six straight years. Bob played senior 
for the two previous years. Big Ed, at left middle, 
was another tower of strength. He was a vicious 
tackier and blocker; a product of the juniors. 

Neil Smith, last year's junior center, made the 
big jump to senior and performed in a top notch 
manner. He rarely made a bad snap and he was 
a powerhouse on defense. 

Bill James, veteran end, added great strength 
to the line. Always a fine tackier, Bill blossomed 
forth as a reliable pass receiver as well. 

Bob Holland, noted for missing pictures, was a 
real find at right end. l^p from junior, he was a 
standout tackier and pass receiver. He developed 
into a real iihuement kicker— something that St. 
Mike's have lacked for some time. He will be a 
star next year. 

Art Holmes, slightly built in body, but with a 
terrific heart, shared (|uarterback duties with 
Gerry Fitzhenry. Also up from junior, Art had 
the knack of calling the right i)lays and inspiring 
his big backs to give their best. He was a sure 
tackier at safety and excelled at pass receiving 
on offense. Possessed with tremendous fight, he 
gave his best every mojnent he jilayed. 

Gerry Fitzhenry, another great (|uarterback, 
possessses all the qualities needed for that vital 
])osition. An insjtirational leader, he could do all 
the things that he required of his men: block, 
tackle, carry the ball, catch [lasses and fight. 
He will bo a standout lU'xt year. 

Fred Grossi, vetei-an back, did everything ex- 
pected of iiiiu. Every time he carried the ball, he 
plunged luird with terrific power and scored mau.v 
touchdowns for the Irish. He excelled in tackling 
and on pass defense. 

Joe DeCourey, a converted end, was moved into 
the fullback spot. Showing the great fight he has 
always had, his pliuiges were bull-like in their 
feroi-ity. On defense, Joe loved to tackle from 
that tough secojidary spot. 

D'Arcy Prendergrast, one of the toughest backs 
St, Mike's ever had, excelled when the going got 
tough. He plunged with |)iston-likc leg drive and 
never let up. He was a fierce tackier at the sec- 
oiulary spot. 

Jean-Paul Belisle, leading i)oint getter for the 
Irish, d<.veio|)ed into an outstanding star. After 
a slow start, due to a rib injury, his great plung- 
ing and open field lightning dashes helped the 
team to those great victories, lie was a very hard 
tackier and blocker. 

Ken O'Hearn was noted for his open field run- 
ning. Once in the clear very few opponents could 
catch Ken. His work on pass defense was excel- 
lent. 

Ray Corcoran, up from junior, showed great 
things for the future. He picked up valiuthle ex- 
(Continued on Page 114) 



55 



Junior Football 




BACK ROW — C. LaPralrle, B Oiwaic,. i- . i-eia. .1. Coiiuv. J. Ormesher. C. Kelly D. Reynolds. O. Hollyer. 

MIDDLE ROW— Fr. F. Boland. C.S.B.. coach; J. Sadler, mgr.: P. Cassulo. R. Rellly. J Cole. B. Rappatonl, W. Madlgan. 

D. Monoghan. J. Murphy. J. McGowan, J. Pltzhenry. N. Corcoran. Fr F. Brezlk C8.B.. As St. coach. 
FRONT ROW— J. O'Halloran. J. Holden. J. Ingoldsby. capt.; J. Hawluhaw. J. Miller. A. McOIIIvary. O. Macey. 



The Galloping Gaels of Xotre Dame had little 
if iiiiyf liiii}r, on our St. Mike's .Iiiniors. who were 
superbly coaelied by Fr. IJoiiiiid ixnd Fr. IJrezik. 
After (liiys of hard drills and workouts, the Jun- 
iors were finally molded into a stroiifij football 
squad. 

However, they started the 1!)47 season shakily, 
losin-r to Kiverdale Ki-O. Hut even in this disas- 
trous defeat, the Irish showed sijriis of jrreat 
strenirtii in the bone-erushiii<r tacklin;; of sueh 
star.s as Paul "Crusher" Gassulo and Russ "Rab- 
bit" Reilly. The liaekfield. headed by Joe Knope 
and Buster Battle, t)(>th stellar performers, work- 
ed smoothlN, but failed to penetrate the stronar 
Riverdalf line. 

In their second game, the much improved Jun- 
iors luinil)led Ilimibcrside Collefriatc. defeatiufr 
them ll-(). Norm Corcoran, and Joe Knope earry- 
in<r the ball "a la IJlaiichard and Davis" elicked 
for the first 8. M. (". touehdown. the latter earry- 
injr the mail across the i)ay-off line. "Jolting" 
Joe Ryan, playiup a brilliant game at left end, 
scored llie second touchdown, receiving a pa.ss 
from fullback John Miller whose brilliant booting 
aided tlie Irish cause infinitely. Giving excel- 
lent blocking were the hard tackling Charlie 
Kelly, Frank Ferra, Jack Ormesher and George 
Macey. 

In an exhibition tilt with the highly rated Law- 
rence Park, the Irish juniors ended up <>u top 



with a convincing 17-6 victory. This same I<a«'- 
rence Park were defeated by Kiverdale in the 
city finals by a mere 1-0 count, thus proving our 
.juniors would have been no pii-Nliovcrs had they 
b^en in the Junior T. U. V . John Fitzhenry, play 
ing a terrific game at left end. counted for tw< 
of the S. M. (' touchdowns, while Joe Knopt; 
came across for the other "five-pointer". 

Or St Mike's Night at Oakwood. the fighting- 
Juniors encouistercd Northern Vueational, but 
dropped a close 12-10 decision. Norm "Fleetline' 
Corcoran, the star halfback, performed best for 
St. .Mike's, but had to go some to outshine sucli 
teani-iiiiites as Bob Oswald, Chuck O'Heam and 
Alan McGillivary uho>c magic toe guided man>' 
a football through the uprights. Chuck O'Heam, 
a great halfback, injured his hip in this game. 
and was out for most of the remaining .season. 

With such hard-hitting tacklcrs as John Holden, 
Reynolds .md Paul Prendergast a standout per 
former in thf backfield. the Irish easily defeated 
Peterborough in liome and home games by scores 
of 28-6. and 2:^-10 . Stars of this wries were John 
Holden, sc-oring two touchdowns in the series, 
liiipmeii Bob Rappatoni, LaPrairie. Bill BSadigan, 
Mike Callahan, Jerry Hollyer, John Hawkshaw 
and Joe Ingoldsby. a mastermind acijuircd to fill 
the quarterback job. After each of these games 
a daiic was held for both teams. 

(Continued on Page 116) 



o6 



Bantam Football 




BACK BOW—J. Ingoldsby. mgr.; A. cluue. T. Kaeble, H. Daniels. G. Day, B. O'Connor. J. Corrigan. M. Sandford. B. Portland. 
MIDDLE ROW— Pr. J. Wilson. C.S.B.. coach; B. Rlordan, B. Blessman. P. O'Bellly. P. Boles, P. Hlckey. P. O'Reilly. B. Arbour, 

L. Fttzhenry. Mr L. Faye. C.S.B.. asst. coach. 
FRONT ROW— H. Knowles. L. Lancefleld, M. Llsko. J. Corcoran. D. Fordham. capt.; B. Tattersall. R. Walsh, P. McCann. B. Lundy. 



Not a Sing'le r.'iiulnr d' l;i>t •.•(■;ii'\ li.intiitii tciilil 
came back this year ai'diiiiil wliidi ilir nucleus of a 
team niifrlit be built. 

Obviously tills year's Itimtams would be inex 
pcrienci-d. Xcvertheliss the hoxs set to woi'k 
hard to h^ai'ii the I'liin l.iiiii'iilnls. The coaches 
tried to pick out pi'os|)eels that looked as thou^rh 
some day they nii^ht develoj) into Senior material 
rather than for their present ability. 

The season opened with a .")-() win omm- liunny- 
inede. wlm showed a weak line but ■.-■ooil harks, 
A pass from T. Goodwin to Fordham ai-counied 
for the score. This '.'anie was also leaiured b\ 
a stand l)y the line on oui' own one yard line. In 
this fiaine Walsh and Hickey showed well. 

The first league iramr. in the T.U.U. proved to 
be a ()-.■) win for St. Mike's over (Jrcenwood In- 
dian. Fordham inVTi-ept.'^l a pass and sec, ri'd 
stnndinp uii. Also kicked a sin^Hc Sarkisian 
scored a touchdown on a i)ass from (iieenwood. 
(ireenwood showed some exiierienced pla.\ci's and 
liromise to be toiitrli opposition. Daniels and 
Lancefield lo(d<ed -ood fi.i- si. .Mike's. 

The next game was a-anisi .Malvern, a tra- 

di liil li\al. This vniv St. .Milce's was not to lie 

denied and won ti I. Fordham scored the touch- 
down with Paul Boles doiii<r some terrific pliinfr- 
in-r .Malvern -oi a field L'oal and a siu._r|,. ■|'|,,, 



score should ha\i' lieen inmli hijrher as it \\as a 
see-saw eoiitesi. Se\-ei'al times St. IVIikc's was in 
])osition !o score only to have the opportunity 
snuffed out by costly penalties. On the othtM' 
hand imr line twice thw;irted -Malvern on our own 
jroal line. O'Conner and Kaelbe played a banii-up 
■ranie Tlius the season opened with thl'ci' straiirht 
viriiii'irs hut this pro\<'(l too irt)od to lasi. Ford- 
ham, who had s:-oreil all the ])oilits so far and 
also was th'' kicker, L;iit sick with an infection 
and never was able to recover his f(U'in till the 
last jramo of the year. 

The second game aizainsl (ii-eenwood proved 
to be a ni},'htniare. Makiiiij; several costl\ mis- 
takes the boys yot snowed under 21-0. For (Ireen- 
wood. Clements si)ar]ded with his passinjr and 
Sarkisian wiih his receivintr. For St. Mike's a 
couple of promisinjr rookies showed in Larry Fitz- 
henry and John Corcoran, who replaced the mis 
sinsr I'cL'nl.-ir's, 

Out to take the measure of (Ireenwood this 
time, till' bo\ s played hanl. L. Fitzhenry was 
•rolii}; over the troal line for a touchdown when 
lie fiindded ihe ball, 'ireenwood recovered and 
scoc'il on ;i passiiiir pla\. The e.xli'a point was 
bloidscd. (ireenwood pi-essed and kicdvcd into our 
end-zone. ( >in' of our l)oys made a costly mis- 
(( 'ontinued on I'a'.re 1 1(1 ) 



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Farm Teams by Walker 

By GORD WALKER. Globe and Mail 




N. Corcoran, F. Sandford, J. Ingoldsby, Fr. E. Flanagan 

Publishing deadlines Ix-io^' no respecter of his- 
tory, this rceiU'diiijr iinist he filed before the 
hockey season (Toronto Hockey lycaprue braiul) 
has achieved its annual purpose of iiisci'ibiiifr on 
its various trophies the name of 17 iliampinM- 
ship teams. 

Thus, we arc unprepared to say whet her St. 
Michael's CoUejje, after six consecutive years of 
owning at least one championship team, will 
suffer a famine this season, or whether Hit lat(■s^ 
crop of ice material will do what has ixM-onu- 
customary. 

At this writing, the outlook, we are sorry to 
say, is rather bleak. In the rcfruiar scries a jrooil 
M'idjict team has dropped by the wayside, and 
so has a strono; ilinor-lMidfret entry, who at least 
had the satisfaction of watehinfr their conquerors. 
Williams, jro on to the city title. The Irish 
Minor liantams were also beaten by the ne\\ 
title-holders, Rhodes Ave. 

Which leaves Father Gorman's Bantam entr\- 
as the oi'.ly iwtential tro|)hy winner. As this is 
written, the Bantams are embraced in a cham- 
pionship stnifrprle with Leaside Lions. Leaside 
won the first game and the next two ended in 
1-1 deadlocks. Leaside hasn't lost a game in 3G 
played this season, and to win the title, St. Mich- 
ael's must defeat them twice. 

There is still the Clancy series, wherein St. 
Michael's have a chance to redeem some measure 
of hockey triumph, but the cards are stacked 
against them even more strongly in this outing. 
For one thing, the Irish have to struggle along 
with their same lineups, while other TILL, teams 



can siii-iiu'th<-ii f'lr iliis lii^i 'lash to the trophy 
room. 

However, it appears to me iliat .st. .Muiiael \ 
arc, ri-rhtfuilv, more intent on furthering the 
individual |)laycr's hoekey future than they oi'^fli 
on rolling up title-winiiing teams. There is n<iSI 
doubt in my mind, but what St. Michael's eouM 
have won the T.II.L. Minor .Midget title had they 
seen fit to aim their hockey arrows in that direc- 
tion. 

I know that Fred Sandford, one <if the Midfrct 
star-- iiiiiM have plaved Minor- .Midget and 1 
believe several other .Midgets were one year over 
their age-limit. Had they been packed onto the 
.Minor- .Midget scpiad, the result would have been 
a foretronc conclusion. 

This year I undertook to record goal-sc(»ring 
records in the Toronto Ilockev Ij«'ague. It is a 
hobby, more or less, simply because I like to fore- 
see the future through these records. I know. 
for instance, that if some St. .Michael's player 
(I'tniinatcs his team's scoring record for the season 
that some time in the future he will be starring 
for the Ma.iors and later in professional hockey. 




' Mickey Knowlton • 



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It j^ivcs nie a childish pleasure to be able to say 
1 have followed him since he was "this hifrh.' 

A few years ago, I think it was 1944, a friend 
of mine. Sammy Taft. had a stronj? mid<ret team 
whieli, we were both hopeful, would '^o riijht 
tlirou^'h to the title. In the first name of the finals 
thev lost to St. Miehael's. 1 thiid< the seore was 
9-1." 

When frier.d Taft called me on the phone after 
the -raiue 1 asUetl him wiiat had happened. 

"What happened." he sifrhed. "Oh. Walker, yon 
should have seen them. They were terrific."^ I 
knew he wasn't referring to his own team The 
other day he reminded me of that St. Michael's 
team and if his memory wasn't faulty they had 
sueh as Ed Sandford, Ed Harrison, Len Kelly, 
r>.)l) DeConrcy. Pat Powers, amonp' others. 

They are some of the more recent hockey grads 
from St. .Mike"s who have jrone a lonji way in 
their ehosen i)n)fession. Lookin<r over my seor- 
injr lists, it pleases me to think 1 may be able to 
])i(k out a few names that will follow the others 
in the hockey limelight 

On the minor bantam team, which 1 saw in 
action a couple of times, I liked the work of 
l)i(r .Johiniy (lark on defense, the seoring of Tom 
.McCarthy, and the heady play of Pan! Knox who 
might be the best of the bunch if he i)uts on a 
little more weight. Ron Cantwell and Len Mc- 
Gravey were both helpful scorers. I don't know 
who the goalkeeper was. but he recorded at least 
seven shutouts, according to my notes. 

I would mention three names from the bantam 
team as future material for tiic .Majors. Ed Plata, 
big centr<' iceman. api)ears to have all the (|uali- 
fications, and so does Bill Lee. a rangy left- 
winger who scored both St. .Michael's goals the 
night they lost to Leaside in the first game of 
the finals I'lata scored the only St. Michael's 
goals in the next two games, both of them 1-1 
ties. Art Clune was tlie other Irish bantam I 
faiuded highly. He seems to have the ideal hockey 
lemi)erament. 





p. Knox. O. Sarklnlnn 



W. Kruzel. A. Clune, B. Clancy 

I wasn't too well acquainted with the ^linor- 
;\[!dgct team. i)ut I siiw them lose to AVilliams. 
;',-() ?n a playoff game At the time I thought 
George Sarkisian showed as much ability as any 
memiier of the winning side, and had I been asked 
to give three stars of the game, my first vote 
would have gone to goaltender Mickey Knowlton. 
Ron O'Hearn and Wally W^ilochatiuk were other 
steady performers. 

The only reason St. Michael's didn't make a 
clean sweeji of the College series groups wa.s 
because tliey put their top .Midget entry in the 
open series of the T.H.L. What was left lost out 
to I)e La Salle, but it wasn't the fault of Frank 
Elliott and Dean Fordham. two of their best in 
my hook. 

The other Midget team dropped out in the 
second |>la\()ff round, beaten by a more mature 
Driscoll's team in two games. I would hazard 
the opinion that more of the St. Michael's team 
are due for hockey advancement than their con- 
querors. 

Two players, Fred Sandford and Norm Cor- 
coran, arc already tagged by )irofessional teams. 
Harold Cotton placed Corcorau's name on the 
Boston 'list in mid season while Sandford has a 
Montreal Canadiens' ticket, as one minute past 
midnight. April 12. 

N.H.L. riilings prohibit any team from signing 
a player until one iiiinnte past midnight on his 
Ifitli birthday. So at that time (Ui April V2, three 
telegrams were filed simultaneously to National 
League headcpiarters in Montreal. 

Canadiens put in a bid for him. So did Toronto 
Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins. When more than 
one team claims a player at the same time, the 
team lowest in the standing is awarded the prize. 
Tliiis. Canadiens. who drojiped out of the Stanley 
Cup |)layoffs for the first time in eight or nine 
years, achieved a slight measure of consolation. 
It was only natural Boston would want Freddy, 
to team in the future with brother Kd It was 
also natural that the Leafs would want him, 
as a home-town attracti(ni. 

(Continued on Pajre 120) 



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simpson's 
Collegiate Club 



1948-49 



Frank is your new Simpson's Club 
member. Better keep in toucli uith him 
'cause he'll tip you off to all the big 
things that the club is planning for next 
year! What's more, he tells us about 
your wants and wishes . . . that's why we 
are so conscious of you and your needs 
. . . Simpson's is Canada's Youth Centre! 





Frank Corcoran 



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O. Cllcus, a. Pare. J. Dietrich. K. Tomllnson Fr. Houde. S Bucti.. 



Monsignor Kirby of St. Vincent's parish generously donated a sending 
and receiving radio set to the club, who have since moved their head- 
((uartcrs to the attic above the Jew's Flat and all arc fast becoming 
expert "hams." 




■Fr. Houde. J. Ingoldsby. M. Tate. B. Lopechuk. P. StetanUk. J. Cowley, T. Cotltz, A. Forban. 

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TOP LEFT— BACK ROW— W. Leigh. J. Powell. 

FRONT ROW— R. Krafchlck. D. Mlvllle. G. McCafferey. Q. Dutton. D. CBrpenter. E. Arbovir. 

TOP RIGHT— BACK ROW— J. Mallon. M. Orogan. 

MIDDLK ROW— J. Poran. L. Smith. T. Whelan. F. O'Reilly. C. PegU. 

FRONT ROW— W. Walsh. B. Gllhooley. J Johnson. 

BOTTOM LEFT— Fr. M. T. Mulcahy. C.S.B.; C. Wleczorek. H. Kelly. P. BroBdhurst. 

BOTTOM RIGHT— E. McMahon. Mr T Mallloux. 



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THIRD ROW— E. Uhrln. J Chlapetta, R. Beaumont. P. Taylor. C. Seymour 
SECOND ROW— F. LeVay. F. Retlly. B. Durkln. M. Evans. G. Sarklslan. W. WolochaUuk 
FRONT ROW— K. Carvllle. B. McAllister. P. Haskell. J. Freer. A. Maxwell. B. Kelly. B. Reardon 




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BACK ROW— P. Klnsella. Pr. Boland S. Kallch 
FRONT ROW— C. Pegls. President Holmes. 
S. Somervllle 



The Retreat 




Through the intercession of 
the lilcsscd Virgin Mary and St. 
Michael the Archangel. Fathers 
Conway and MacDonald guided 
us through a very successfid 
three - day retreat, from .\pril 

7th to the 9th. 

Jack Sadler 



Father Conway. C.Ss.B. 



Father M. MncDonald. CSsJl. 



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John Marzalik — deceased 



"HKINC MADK I>KHKKIT IN A SHOUT SI'ACK. HK 
PI:LKII>LKU a bON(; TIMK; for his soil PLKASKI) 
GOD." — Book of Wtadom. 



Lasl summer God called to his eternal 
reward one ol llie finest young boys 
who have ever attended St. Micliael's, 
Johnny Marzalik. Only a month after 



house league, on the Hantams, and on 
the Juniors where he starred, Johnny 
also loved hockey: he played otj the 
Bantams, Minor-.\fidgeis and on the 




he finished his third year of high 
school, John was stricken Avith a form 
of paralysis. After a courageous fight, 
death overtook him in a few short 
weeks. The announcement was a great 
shock to all who knew him. 

Johnny was the type of boy who 
commanded the love and esteem of 
everyone. He was a boy of deep faith; 
he was a frequent recipient of the 
sacraments and served on the altar in 
his parish church. In his studies, he 
was industrious and ever made it a 
habit to do his best. On the athletic 
field, in true boyish fashion, he always 
felt at home and gave everything he 
had. He played football in the junior 



city champion Midgets during his three 
years at the College. 

In short, Johnny did his best at 
all times to live up to his Catholic 
faith. He was a boy who was a credit 
tc his Church, to his family and to his 
school. Possessing a pleasing personality 
and an ever-cheerfid spirit, he was 
lo\ed by all who had the privilege 
of knowing him. 

The teachers and students of St. 
Michael's offer their sympathy to the 
Marzalik family. We all take consola- 
tion in the knowledge that God so 
loved Johnny that He chose, in His 
divine wisdom, to take him from this 
vale of tears early in life. 



May he rest in peace 



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SITTING— J. Buckley. P. Holland. J. Morfltt. O. LaPratiie. B Reardon. J. Freer. J. Clancy. J. Sadler 
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Make-up Editor 





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Consulting Editor 



JOHN SADLER 
Editor In-chler 




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Art Editor 



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Thurible Sports Writers 




J. Ingoldsby. B. Halloran I. McAlUslvr. R. Volpe iSporU Editor). J. Sadler. F. Elliott. P. O'Donoghue 



Thurible Representatives 




BACK KOW— P Bollnud. E. WU»oi>, B. Durklii. J. tollliigburiie. J. Sadler. i\ SaiuUord. V. Wilsioii, P. Megaffln. B. Uranor 
FRONT ROW— P. Fisher. H. Keenan, J. Bertucca. Q. Kaelble. L. Carey, J. Houlton. D. Mooney. O. Cormack. B. Keenan 
ABSENT— B. Rapattonl. P. Caden. J. Jerome. K. Cowan. J. Corrlgan. 

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The sponsorship ol the 
annual school dance, held 
in Colunihus Hall on Jan- 
uary 30, 1948, was trans- 
ferred this year from the 
Old Boys' Association to an 
S.M.C. student committee. 

To make the transfer com- 
plete, the committee also 
changed the name of the 
dance from the Double Blue 
Ball to the Irish Prom. 

As the scenes pictured 
here and in other pages of 
The Thurible sliow, the 
most important eveni on the 
school's social calendar was 
very well attended. 

Among the other notables 
present on liiis gala evening 
Avas the official faculty repre- 
sentative, Father Brown. 
Contacted by The Thurible 
to make a statement on his 
impressions of the Irish 
Prom, Father (pioted from 
the inunortal bard's Mer- 
chant of Venice— 

"The man tliat hath no 
music in himself, 

Nor is not moved with 
concord of sweet soiuids, 

Is fit for treason, strata- 
gems, and spoils." 



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STANDING— p. Corcoran. V. Pelletler 

SITTING— A. Scale. D. Lyons, D. Walker, D. Clune. G. Cormack. J. Smith. F. Skaln 



The gentlemen relaxing in the above picture wrote the biographies 
of the graduates who are pictured and storied in another section of 
THE THURIBLE. THE EDITOR. 



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Dramatic Society 




STANDING— H. MacNell. W. Krancevlc. M. Zemsta. F. Brown. J. Marck. L. Martin. J. Taylor S Rusa'.i 

CENTER— A. Anderson, G. McDonalil. J, Smith. 

FRONT— C. Mlkula. D. Foy. R. Carlton, F. McKeown, L. RoUand, A. Garcia. 

ABSENT— N. Rolland, F. Owen. J. McQullkIn, N. Iverson. F. Mulrooney. 

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Dramatic Society 



IJaiiy'' Tlic sliol ( cliiicd ill the sliiil)l)y bar- 
room a^ n hl.M-k-i-oiird fit!iii-c stairtriTtMl foi-wai'il. 
Aiiotlii'i- |)ci->oii. cold, riitlilcs'^ stoiid liy tlie bar 
willi a siiiokinir ^iiii. Aizaiii lie toid; d("lil)ei'atc 
aim and I'almly piilU'd tin' t riiririT, A si'coiid ^liot 
i-aii-r out anil tin- ma.n in h\;\i.-k i'cll foi-ward. rry- 
'\\\\r a^ he did -o. "I fro to m.\- (iod willi a iinod 
licaii licraiis" tin' Florantincs iiavc h.'cn |)r<'- 
sriv.'il to do His woriv," 

Tims ended tin' I)ramalic Societx's I'irvt presen- 
talion of this seascni. ■"ItrotinM- Oreiiid." Written 
by I.eo IJrady. the play was a snbfle hlendiiiLr of 
hnnninr and pathns. of relifiion and (rime. It 
was present(d oil the e\('ninL'> of Xox'endier "JO. 
I'l at tlie .Mnsi'Min 'I'liealre. and \N'as well i'erei\-ed 
liy appreeiatix'e andieiice-. 

The i>!a\' was ai-'ain undri- the eapalile siipei-- 
\ i-.i(in of Katlief I'helan as rrodneiii'i' Diicclor, 
hut this year his i^isk was lii;htened hy his two 
assistants. Dennis Vuy wlm lieeame Assoeiate 
Direetiir. and (iuidon llean. who held ilow n the 
)iost ot 'r.M-hnieal Directnr. I'anl I !i-(iadlini-st was 
associate Teehiiieian while Kenneth ISonri'ie. as 
I'>nsine~s ,\|,in:iL'iT. hnil.ed altei' the tieUets. pro- 
jjraihs, ami ad\eii isino. 'fhi' other meiiiliers of 



the staff wei'e Frank .McKeowii. sta^c assistant; 
Stan Hnsak, prtniiiiti'i-. and Iviehard L'arlctoii. 
staff artist. 

Jleadiiif,' the list of plaxcis was John Taylor 
in the title role of "lirother Orchid." For his 
si)lendid portrayal of this part. .lohii has received 
iiian.v fine coin]iliiiieiits. Other oulslaiuling 
iiiemhei-s of the east were Marian Zeiiista as Fat 
Ontchy. and .Xiek: l!(dlaiid as Fi-ecdvles. Walter 
Kraiicexic pla\ed IJrother .Xasi iii-tium. and -liiii 
.McQuilkin was I'.intliei- (leranium The part of 
the Abbot was taken by Dennis Foy, and that of 
Soloinon by Hector .Mac.Xeil. ISrother llollyhocd^ 
was ])layed by -loe .Marcdv. and Louis Holland 
played Dominic ISattista. 'file silent role of Duni- 
Diim was taken by Charles .Mikiila while Fred 
Owen played the part of the (iiiiip. 

AVitli the Urother Oindiid project siiceessfnllx 
complered. the Dramatic So( iet\' decided to (>m- 
bark' upon yt'\ anolhi'i- play. Howex'ei' f(>eliiiir 
that most readers o!' The 'fhnrible would be inter- 
ested in watchiipr the tii'owth of a play from 
coneejition to pres"ntat i:in. we decided to jj:ive 
the rea(lers a pictorial as well as a wi'itleii 
ihseripl ion. 




CHOOSINC; THE PLAY 

it is ihc duly ol ilic I'nKliicing Diicc- 
lor and his Associate to select the play 
which must conloini to a certain set ol 
rules. In ihc selection ol an .Vpril 
presentation, many plays were lead 
and discarded hut at last one was 
louud uhi(h met the liish standanK 
<A tlie S()iici\ 1 liis was " The lUu. ' 
a iii\si(i\ diaiiia 1)\ Mar\ Rohiiis 
KliiiiclMi I am! \\ir\ ! lopw ood. 



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1)ISI(,\I\(, THE SET 

riic 1 ccluiical DiiKloi and ihc 
Associate Icchiiitian. hoili having read 
iIk' (hoscii play, and Ixiir^ well versed 
in the iiilricacics ol siage-trali, nuisi 
design llie sels to Ik- used in tlu' pro- 
duclion. These nuisl l)c so planned 
that they may be (piickly and easily 
erected in ilic lew short lioins hilon- 
curtain time. 







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(.OINC, INK) Rl Hl-.ARSAL 

Alihougii to the iminitiatcd. the 
liisi rehearsal is \cry confusing, to 
liie Director and his Associate who 
have a mind picture ol their aim, 
t\Lr\ thing has a definite purpose. In 
liiiic the actors who in now self- 
conscious and embarrassed will l>ecomc 
relaxed, letting the lines flow naturallv 
and efieciivelv. 



ARRANGING the ADVERTISING 

When we refer to advertising we 
include not only posters, but tickets 
and programs as ^vell. The designing 
and disposal of the latter are the direct 
responsibility of the Business Manager, 
Ken Bourrie. Designing and printing 
of posters comes under the care of 
our very capable Staff Artist, Richard 
Carlton. 




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PREPARINC; THE SCENERY 

Everyone on ihe scenery crew troni 
the Producing Director clown, enjoys 
building the fine sets used by the soci- 
ety as nuich as the audience enjoys 
seeing them. The sets are constructed 
of imbleached cotton and sturdy wood 
frames painted to resemble solid walls. 
Ihese must be so braced as to pre\ent 
even the slightest motion when doors 
aie slammed. 



IHE i.i(;h rix(, plane 

J he Lighting effects in any production 
can make or break the show. That is 
why this important detail is left in the 
hands of the 1 cchnical Director and 
his Associate. We are justly proud of 
the fine lighting system and control 
board which they have built up in such 
a short time. 





IHE MAKEUP .ARTISrS 

People lre(|uenily wonder why so 
much emphasis is placed on make-up. 
The answer is simple. We associate a 
person's character with the way he 
looks. A good make-up artist can make 
the person Hi his role belter and thus 
add to the performance. This is why 
our artists are masters of greasc-paini 
and false hair, of highlight and shadow. 



St. MichaeVs School Band 




Fr. A. Hondo. r.s.Ii. 
Faculty Moderator 



SOPRANO CORNET 
J. GUERRIERK 

SOLO CORNETS 

). MORE 
j, (.lERRIKRK 
M. IVNCH 
j. BURNS 
J. MELE 

FIRST CORNETS 

W. COMER^ 
p. BROXDHL RSI 
I () \l ARA 
R. DRIMMIE 

SECOND CORNETS 

f. MUZIO 
\V. (.ENNIESI 
j. 1\I lORK 

THIRD CORNETS 

|. JEROME 
]. lARl.KY 
j, I AMI 



FLUGELHORNS 

J l.IOTTA 
P. LISKO 
J. KVANS 

ALTOS 

C 1 lERNEY 
M. OLEARY 
\V. C.ILKINSON 

BARITONE 

N. BERNIER 

TROMBONES 

R BURNS 

R. HALL 

R MULROOXI.Y 

TUBA 

H. KELLY 

BOMBARDONS 

W. DENNIS 
A 1K)1)()CH 

SAXOPHONES ALTO 

A. c:()i.AX roNio 

VV. UNSFR 
J llLl'.KR 

R ross 

W Kl I LY 

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SAXOPHONES TENOR 

A. ZIPPOLY 
J. BERTUCCA 
R. lANCH 

SAXOPHONE BARITONE 

J. PRENDERGAST 

DRUM. CYMBALS, Etc. 
H. CANNING 

B. DRUMS 

J, BYRNES 




Cisat Borr< 
Conductor 



St. Michael's Honour Roll, 1947-48 







XIIIl 






XII 4 




t Miiin 


•Itiinint/ 66%) 




(Main 


taininij 66%) 


CiidiiKiri'. .1, 




Holmes, A. 


.Murray. ,M. 




Sidlivan. J. 


Dihvi.rlli, A. 




.Mae(Jregor, K. 


()'I)ono(;iine. 


P. 


Walsh. R. 


Foy, I>. 




Morrison. T. 


O'Keefc. E. 




Woi.MliatiMk. M 






XIII2 


Sullivan, D. 




XII 




(Mam 


1 III III III/ /')%) 




(' Mai,. 


/'(' 1' mil ; ;% ) 


(u'll'illKl. L. 




Hill. 1). 


Ariustronu' ' 


, 


' onnollv. I). 




(Main 


Iiiiiiiiii/ 66%) 


Boehler, E. 




DiLella. .V, 


Arthurs, J). 




.(arvis, K. 


Bonvivere, J. 




Klaschnk. (J. 


IJlainey, E. 




Landry. K. 


Casullo, P 






lirowji, E. 




Mogaii, P. 




1 \fiiiii 


laiiiiiif/ 66%) 


Cole, G. 




Hawley, J. 


r.ouir-,. i;. 




DiniriH, J. 


Iversen, N. 




Shci'liaii. !'. 


Bryan. .1. 




Foreman. R. 




(Maih 


XIII3 

tainiiKi 7'%) 


Corbett, I). 
Day, J. 




Forhan. A.. .Jr. 
XI2 


DesMan-liais, 


B. 


For.-st.'ll. I'. 




' Main 


tainini) 66%) 


Do'loiiski. L. 




O'Driscoll. J. 


Ilan-ison. (J. 




Krafchik. R. 




(Main 


tainina 66%) 


I [organ. L. 
Kelly. J. 




Livingstone. X. 


Ai-tuso, B. 




Golan, A. 




ZI-3 


Bean, D. 




Scale. A. 




(Main 


taininy 7'i% ) 


Kiore, J. 




Skain, F. 


Brickley. I! 




(rayowski. \V. 






XII-1 


Broadliurst. 


r. 


Knowlton, A. 




(Main 


tainiiuj 7')%) 


Garcia, A. 




Wieczorek. C. 


Anderson, A. 








1 M'lin 


Ininiuf/ 66%) 




(Main 


iainintj 66%) 


Baradziej. A. 
Bauer, P. 




.Mc Isaac. J. 
Mihiisin. J. 


Brown, P. 




Mihic, n. 


Cvbulski. A. 




O'Brien. C. 


Cattana, J. 




Rolland, \. 


Duda, F. 




Pol it o. M. 


Iredale, C. 




XII-2 


Harwich, E. 




Transleau. A. 




(Main 


lllinilKJ 7:')%) 






XI-4 


Greenan, P. 




Hcber, J. 


O'Hara. G. 


(Main 


taininti 7'>%) 
Primeau. R. 




(Main 


.faining 66%) 


(VXeil. J. 






Bertucca, J. 




Egsgard. C. 




1 Main 


lainimj 66%) 


Chiappetta, J. 


Fitzhenry, (i. 


ilcKcown. J. 




Smith. J. 


Coniery, "W. 




Foss, R. ' 


O'llearn. R. 




Sweeney. J. 


Duncan, R. 






Perkins, A. 




Tadnian. E. 






XII-3 


Puhringer, A. 


Teatro. F. 




(Main 


tainiiifj 7:'>%) 


Sachs. D. 




Tipping. A. 


Ingoldsbv, J. 




Libera, S. 


Sandford. F. 




X-1 


Kalich, S. 








(Main 


itaininy 7')%) 




(Maintaininf/ 66%) 


Arbdiir. E. 




Knowles. II. 


Antosz, P. 




Kutney, F. 


liolland. P. 




Manuel. J. 


Carlton, E. 




Mazur, J. 


Bullock, J. 




Michniewicz. Z. 


HoI'lyer, G. 




Zbesheski, G. 






(nining 66%) 


Hurley, D. 








(Main 






XII4 


Arbour. R. 
Attard. L. 




liracken. K. 
-McCann. .1. 




(Main 


faiiiinf/ 7'>%) 


Best, P.. 




Obcrholzer. IX 


Prendergast, 


P. 


8onicrville, 8. 


Bongelli. R. 




Wolak. W. 


Scanlon, W. 






Bracken. E. 




Wrix-iiivki. .1. 



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C'oUingburne, 
Day. G. 
F\)iiriii<'r, R. 

Coles. K. 
Dahoiiik, E. 
Pincrfy, J. 
Fitzfre'rald, G 



Iiifrlis, B. 
Jeiiey, P. 
Knizcl, W. 
\A'e. W. 

Ilalloran, J. 
Haskell, P. 
Ilatton, R. 

iroiiitoii, J. 

.Johnston, G. 
ivavanafrh. B. 
Kelly, W. 
LaDoneeiir, I 



O'Rilev. L. 
Pejris, C. 

niaekwell. ( 
Cockliii, I). 
Karl<-y, IJ. 
Fiisco, A. 
Jeroliip, J. 



Uoe. R. 
Rush, P. 
Sela. S. 
Sti'faniak. P 

Revells. M. 
Shields. L. 
Siiiitli. II. 
Sullivan. P, 
Tiirnhnll, P. 
Tiirnbul'l, R. 



P.elons, M. 
Boulton. P. 
liowles, J. 
Brown, H. 
Cariiere. R. 
Chase, P. 



X-2 

(Maintaining 75%) 
J. Gieven, R. 

Quealey, F. 

(Maintaining 66%) 

Flanagan. D. 
Criuber. P. 
Prikosovieh, J. 

X-3 

(Maintaining 75%) 
Letterio, B. 
.MeAteer, J. 
Powell, J. 

(Maintaining 66%) 

Leigh, W. 

LeVay, F. 

Maedonald, J. 

MaeDonald. R. 

.McCarroii, R. 

MeGiath. E. 

.MeQuaid, J. 
*. Ponzo, V. 

X-4 

(Maintaining 75%) 
Pillo. V. 

(Maintaining 66%) 
.Markle. P. 
.Miiiphy, F. 
.\atuk, J. 
Piazza, J. 

Z-5 

( Ma in tain ing 75 % ) 

Stephenson, R. 
Stubenesiey, G. 
Sylvester, J. 
Woloehatiuk, W. 

(Maintaining 66%) 

V^anLondersele. P. 
Walker. .\. 
Whelan, T. 
Williams, T. 
Wood, P. 
Vonnpr. G. 

IXl 

(Maintaining 75%) 
Chianfr. I). 
Condotta, L. 
Corriiaran. .1. 
ronghlin. Don 
Coujjhlin. Gerard 
Plata, E. 



IX-1 
(Maintaining 66%) 



Ander.son, R. 
Appolony, J. 
Baiden, E. 
Bain, P. 



Beauvais, D. 
Boeni, D. 
Breward. F. 
Bi'ioux, G. 



Brooks, T. 
Campanile, E. 
Chine, A. 



Canninjr, B. 
Dcwhurst, X 
Dietrich, J. 
DiGiaeoma. 1 



1X2 

(Maintaining 75%) 

Dowie, R. Finlay, F. 

Erochko, J. Flynn, D. 

Featherstone. R. Franks. G. 



Cranor, W. 
Crook, F. 
Crump. F. 
Doran. J. 



Hubert, J. 

Honan, G. 
Kearns, N. 



(Maintaining 66%) 

Evans, J. Gilhooley, B. 



Gibel, A. 
Gibson, J. 



Gouin. M. 
Kelly, H. 



L. 



Carlton, R. 
Knowlton. ! 
LeVay. J. 
Look, A. 

Beaumont, R. 
Cowan. K I). 
Krupa, T. 
Logan, J. 
McAllister. T. 
McCarthy. C. 



IX-3 

(Maintaining 75%) 

Kelly, P. Kelly, J. 

(Maintaining 66%) 

Kenney, F. Laeh, S. 

Knox, P. Lancefield, 

1X4 

(Maintaining 

Luptak, E. 

ilacDonald 

McGoveru, 

^IcGuigan, L. 
(Maintaining 66%) 

.Me<'artnev. D. Mallon, J. 

.McElhiniiev. II Manlev, H. 

.MeCJarrv, D. .Manuel. T. 

McGarry, P. .Martin, J. 

McGravev. L. Riordan, B. 

McMahoii. E. Tattersal'l, W. 



7'>%) 

.McMahon. G. 
. .1. Seink. G. 
W. Wi-jscinski 



11. 



.Moreau, M. 
Mueller, J. 
O'Connor, J. 
O'Grady, K. 

Megaffin, P. 
Mohan, M. 
Xealon, P. 
Xoonan, W. 



Sweenev, J. 
Tardif, G. 

P\eer. .1. 
Hanson. T. 
Smith. J. 
Bmith, R. 



IX.6 

(Maintaining 75%) 

O'Xeail. M. Popowich. X. 

Payne, J. Rawley, 1). 

Peacock, J. Ross. K. 
Ponzo, W. 
(Maintainimi 66% ) 

O'Donneli. R. Regan, W. 

Pearee, L. Reilly, F. 

Purvis, J. Riley. P. 
Redmond, J. 

IX-6 

(Maintaining 75%) 

Trace. W. Walsh, W. 

Tuck, .]. Zingrone, F. 
(Maintaining 66%) 

Steer. E. Torella. 

Stewart, W. Watson, 

Sullivan, J. Weaver, 
Tait, A. 



.1. 
J. 
G. 



85 



Glee Club 




BACK ROW— J. Redely. J. McCann, Fr A, L. Houde. C.8.B.: J. Mclsaac. T Car -.oii 
MIDDLE ROW— H. Manley, J. Callanan, W. Cortler. H. Daniels. J. Powell. N. Rolland. 
FRONT ROW— J. Chlapetta. J. McCuUough. E. McMahon. F. Kelly. R. Doyle. P. Barker. 



Having in mind long range plans for next year Father 
Hoiicle enrolled a number of boys in his club and made 
the only qualification for membership be that the boy be 
able to carry a tune. He hopes to train this group to sing 
well enough to assist at the band concerts with niunl>ers 
of their own. and perhaps also to co-operate with the 
Dramatic Club in presenting a musical comedy next year 
to Toronto's music loving public. 




86 



"House 90" 




BACK BOW- Mr. Pilecki. D. Arthurb, T. Gayowski, B. Skimiu. J. Lynn. N. Smith, B. Battle, 
J. McQuUkln. J. Horvath, Mr. Wajda 

MIDDLE ROW— T. Golan, J. ODrlscoll. J, Taylor. F. Giaschl, D. Mooney, D. Oberholtzer. 
W. Krancevlk, M. Valllquette, R, Roy, P. Sheehan 

FRONT ROW— D. LaRonde. C. Mikula. N. Normandln. P Marra, B. Cranley, K. EUllott. S. Serao, 
W. OayowskI, P. Forestell 



Infirmary 



f^ 



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Refectory 




87 



GRADE XII - I 

Every visitor to XII 1 imisi, h.v (iiilcr of tin- 
Department of Ilciiltli. he iM|iii|»i>f(l vvifli daik 
glasses as the extraordimuy brilliaiii-e reflfctcd 
from this room of .shining; lij^iits is too injurious 
to the iiuiiceusloMied eye. Amoufr those chiefly res- 
pciisihli' lor this phenomenon are sereaminfr Liz- 
zie Anderson, top student and star comedienne in 
The Bat, and iiis i-oworkers in the room as widl 
us in tile dramii. rollickiri'.' Jim Smith, suave cash- 
ier of .Missions Mild lpiiiik>; Frank Brown and 
Len Martin of tiic Ks(|iiii-c drapes and trick mous- 
taclu'. Dashintr Roddy Roy, merciful-tempered 
Jean-Paul Belisle and Hard-Rock Horton won 
fame on the ho(d<cv hiirhways More friends of 
(he Hydro I'owei- < oiiiniissioii :\v,- |iiidL'> Louis 
RoUand, S.M.C.'s Aliliott ami Cosiidlo (ids size, 
not his jokes, make up for iwd of them) and 
liis country cousin 'r\e irot a theory' Nick, who 
with smiliu<; John Cattana, are anion-.' the musi- 
cians not ])ayin<i: taxes to tlie union. In the oidy 
dimly )i<jhted corner, loiifr Bruce Milne and 
urbane John Miller, beiuj? true scientists, afrreed 
to turn on their brilliance on alternate days or 
at night (when it would be not only needed, but 
appreciated), however they ociMsionall.s- break 
their pact when some teacher l-^ck over in- 
sistent. 

Amonn; the more scholarly appearin<r are amb- 
linjL' Chris Iredale, whose shufflinjr srait at a half 
minute before bell time warns teachers and 
students alonn; the first floor corridor that the 
end is near- — aroused and determined to be atteiit 
ive for the rest of tlie jieriod will be jrrinniiijr 
Wally Krancevic, handsome Jim Lynn and when 
he is there John Horvath who takes tickets as a 
part time job on the Port Colborne bus. 

Joe Marck and the agreeable Paul Lennon 
(daiiciufr master) with the huge and affable Mar- 
tin Johnst^on to help in the strained teacher-stu- 
dent relations within the room plan to knock 
the 'L' out of either Gerard or Gary Kelly, 
primarily to distinguish them for the staff and 
seeondarily to keej) them (the staff) in better 
humour. Your reporter's sole claim to a bit of 
printer's ink is that he represents The Thurible 
in the class. Paul Fisher 



Directory 



GRADE XII -2 

Five minutes to nine, in the back of the room, 
the students of XII-2 are telling each other what 
happened the previous night ; namely Lynch a 
root-toot-tooter of our "beloved" band ; Gorm- 
ley, the netminder of the Midgets, is quite the boy 
with the books, as well as starring between the 
posts; Chiappetta, Xll-2's Mission rep, who inci- 
dentally kept his room on top all year, for a 
nominal commission; O'Mara, an Irish name to 
(Continued on Page 90) 



GRADE XTI 1 



AiuteraOD. AlUn. SW JarvU Strert RA. MK 

AudeC. D'Arcjr. 61 Olen Manor Drive OX IM4 

Bartollnl. Aldo. 68 Cowkn Avenue LA. 1274 

Bellale. Jean-Paul. Box 478. Cochrane. Ontario 

Brown. Prank. SK JarvU Sueet . . BA. a4n 

Cattana. John. 182 Walmer Boad MI. 2MM 

Corcoran. Patrick. 220 Pine Street. ColUncwood. Ont. 

Ptsher. Paul. 2S9 Brock Avenue LL. (MM 

aaltaey, James. 118 Drtnkwater Street. Sudbury, Ont. 
OrtUaaca. Domingo. 1004 Humacao. Santa Rita, 

TUo Petina. PUERTO EICO . . 

Koran, Oreg.. PalKrave, Ontario 

Horton. M. Tim. Wl MacLeod Street. Sudbury. Ont... 
Horvath, John. 249 Klllaly Street. Port Colborne. Ont. 
Iredale. Chrla . S3 Wellington Street. St. Catharine* 

Johnston. Martin. Box 53. RIdgetown 

Kelly, Gary. Hotel Rldout. London. Ontario 

Kelly. Oerard. 97 Sllverblrch Avenue HO 8129 

KrancevU. Walter. Sa%-oy Hotel, Boiivn Q'n- 

Lennon. Paul. 460 Wlllard Avenue . . LY. 1047 

Lynn, Jan.. Temlokaralng. Ontario 

McPhee. Robt.. 38 Parkway Avenue LO. I51I 

McRae, Nicholson, Ducloe Point. Ontario 

Marck. Jos.. 2 Undermount Avenue. Hamilton 

Martin. Leonard. 17 Cobb Lane. Corner Brook. Nnd... 
Martlneau. Rene. 2030 Dickson Avenue. Quebec City 



Miller. John 26 Currle Avenue '.. OB. 

Milne, Bruce. 328 Beech Avenue OB 

Montgomery. Les.. Box 98, Copper ClIK. Ontario 

Regan. Larry. Wexford. Ontario .. 

Rolland. Nicholas. 59 Penetang Street. Orlllla. Ont . 
Roliand, Louis. 71 Patrick Street. Onilla. Ont. . 

Roy. Rodolphe. 26 St. Amable. Quebec City 

Sauve. Lawrence. 3 Oraham Street. Copper Cliff . . 

Smith, James. 599 Jarvls Street RA 

Szplk, Joseph. 103 Avenue Road KI 

Wilson. Paul. 414 Welland Avenue, St. Catharines .. 
Tachuk. Sam. Box 27. Campden. Ontario 



4M0 

9ias 



2492 
5290 



GRADE XII.2 



EL 0441 
RA 8103 
GL J722 
OE 6575 
JL' 9789 
RA 6207 
TR 0510 
LL 2981 
GE 3727 
298 Richmond Hill 
298 Richmond Kill 



HU 


6081 


ME 


2620 


RA 


5910 


MA 


4947 


HY 


1843 


HO. 


2768 


HY. 


7077 



Beckett. Paildy (Aldan). 251 George Strert 
Bertucca. John. 335 Manning Avenue 
Buckley. Robert. 82 Greenwood Avenue 
Carpenter. Patrick. 39 Roosevelt Road 

Carroll. Edward. 256 Keele Street 

Chateauvert. Andre. 328 SackvUle Street 

Chiappetta Joseph. 229 Bellwoods 

Clune. Walter. 13 Westminster Avenue 
Comella. Angelo. 561 Danforth Avenue 
Comery. Thomas. Glenmaura. Oak Ridges 

Comery. William. Glenmaura. Oak Ridges . 

Corcoran. John. 35 Spencer Avenue Kis 1384 

Devlin. Gerald. 99 Orchard View Boulevard MA. 6430 

Duncan. Robert. 282 Runnymede Rocul . . LY 1222 

Dunnlgan. William. 105 Chester Avenue OL. 4788 

Dutton. Gerard. 333 Runnymede Road JU. 9169 

Dwyer. Douglas. 166 Deloralne Avenue 

Egsgard. Christian. 1384 King Street West. Apt 2 

Ellis. Fred. 8 Earl Street 

Ernls. Kenny. 83 Moutclalr Avenuo 
Fattori. Gerrard. 11 Cheston Road . 
Penton. Jonn. 487 Strathmore Boulevara 

Fitzhenry. Gerard. 476 DaMsvllle 

Flood Martin. 8 Westminster Street 

Foss. Roy. 80 Fairiawn Avenue HU 9279 

Gariepy. Paul. 143 Monarch Park Avenue OE. 3845 

Gormley. John. 56 Wineva Avenue HO. 4742 

Granat. Henry. 277 Lauder ME. 5632 

Greenan. Clifford. 71 High Park Boulevard LO 2013 

Heber. John. 483 Bathurst Street EL. 1806 

Jones. Robert. 42 Arundel Avenue OK 6235 

Lynch. Martyn. 488 Danforth Avenue OE 5867 

McElroy. John. 178 First Avenue GE 3873 

Maugerl. Rudolph. 13 Simpson Avenue GE 2278 

Mulrooney. Prank. 611 Salmon Avenue GR 6156 

O'Mara. Edward. 181 Deech Avenue GR. 1018 

GRADE XII -3 

Antos;:, Paul. 103 Avenue Road . KI 5290 

Blelanski. Ed.. 103 Avenue Road KI 5290 

Caden. Paul. 474 Vaughan Road LL 6916 

Campagnaro, L.. 599 Jarvls Street RA 2492 

Carlton. E<l.. 246 Cottlngham Street 
Cllcus, Geo.. 141 Gorvale Avenue ... .\Z) 6747 

Halal. Albert. 175 Fulton Avenue 

Hall. Wm.. 2137 Bloor West i,Y 3345 

Halloran. Wm.. 68 Chatsworth Drive MA 2566 

Hatton. Oerard. 15 James Street. Long Branch 

Hogan. Thos.. 137 Harvie Avenue 

Holland. Robt., 67 King George's Road JU 5278 

(Continued on Page 90) 



88 




Clare Maloiie, Your EATON Junior Rep. 

Clare and our 82 other Junior Councillors and 
Executives know that for learnin' and 
leisure needs. Hi Gals and Guys can depend 
on EATON'S, the Teen-minded 
Store that is interested in YOU, and 
ready to serve you. 



EATON*S The Store For Young Canada 



89 



GRADEXn-2 (Continued) 

fit ail Irish lii<l. who is a crt'dit to the band; 
Greenan i;ivcs h(i|>i- to all Ity his hi<.'li marks and 
cheery chuckles; Cornelia, a lad Ironi Holy Nanif. 
who doubles on the •'Double liliic"; Corcoran, a 
flyinj; Hu/./er who is also a fan of the bruslicut ; 
Buckley, Double iJliu- writer, who hails from 
St. .Joseph's parish, by actual survey Xll-2's most 
listened to station: Fitzhenry — Captain of the 
Majors, will I stalls "new look will l'o bul brush- 
cnt will si;i.\ '■ 

The student talkers at i'i\e minutes after nine 
are: Fattori, who has a yearuiuf; for artistry and 
music which will brinir him nvcat thin<!s; Oran- 
oti — Beams a friendly smile and heart to one and 
all ; Heber- aiiotbei' bu<rle blower, .lohn is plajrued 
with top honours (poor boy) and ■'> o'<doek sha- 
dow at noon; Dutton — e.i'jei- lihiniian has liter- 
ally built the library with lines eolleeted ; Clune 
— was the backbone of the Irish (lefeiiei'. Inci- 
dentally he's si<^ned up with Dick Irvin's boy.s. 
Nice froiiiK Walt; Egsgard keeps the Double-Hlue 
or. draiifrlit to XI 1-2, besides writin<>: for the first 
form column; Bertncca is a sax-tooter of some 
renown and practices "blowing'"' in (ieometry, also 
is Thurible Rep. Mulrooney a member of the Dra- 
matic Society who, aecordiiiy; to the f^rapeviiu-, 
is a producer in the iiuikiufr; Foss, the deep-voiced 
simonizer, is a nu'uiber of the band, althoufrh he 
doesn't need an iustnnnent, he lia^ a voice like 
a French horn; Comery, althoiijrli it was a close 
race, it was by a public acclaim that Tom wa> 
voted the crazier of the two Comery brothers. (It 
is rumoured that before the votinjr. he kissed 
babies and distributed cigars!) 

J. Bcrtucea 



GRADE XII -3 

This year has been hifrhl.v successful as far as 
the boys of XI 1-3 are concerned, and especially 
for our brain child, Stanley Libera, who stood 
first continuously all the way through. 

Who hands out the Double Blue to its hifrhly 
expectant subscribers? None other than Alex 
McGregor, who also writes for that same jiublica- 
tion, and the Thurible, while Paul Caden wrote 
for the Double Blue and sold the Thurible. 

Twelve-three had two repres<>ntatives on the 
St. Luke's Society this year, namely. Steve Kalich, 
the president, who dabbles in chemistry as well 
as standing second continuously, and Jack Inglis, 
who does oil paintings, posters, and drawings for 
the Double Blue and Thurible. It is hoped Jack 
will go on with this vocation. 

Garry McDonald, make-up man for the "Dra- 
matic Society," graced XII-3 and beautified the 
actors. 

Joe Ingoldsby starred both on the sports scene 
(Continued on Page 92) 



GRADE XII - 3 (Coniinucd) 

Holljwr, Oermld, l« PUnrtnr Av«ntM J : 

HugMa. Allkn. 215 terlnadal* Boulevard ( ' 

Hurley. Doiul. WS BatbiirM Street : 

Initlla. John, iS2 Ullverton Boulevard i' 

Incoldeby, Jos.. 218 Browning Avenue 

Iwanakl, Joe.. 103 Avenue Boad ^: 

Jawonukl, Ray. 437 Unlverrity Avenue Ati. imtc 

Jemmett. Ted.. 131 Poxwelt Avenue . . UV. 1298 

Joyce. Ja«.. 10 Orenview Boulevard. Morth m; 2812 

Kalich. Steve. S<3 Dovereourt Boad OL, 4203 

Klnnella. Paul. 34 Hadley Boad HU 9402 

KnoiM, Jo* . 74 Cberrywood Avenue LA. 9632 

Kutney, Prank. 173 Orange Avenue 

Lanoeneld, Doug.. 370 St ClrmenU Avenue . HY 1818 

Ubera. Stan.. 17 Rolyat SUeet KE. 3328 

MacDonaM. Don.. 38 Tyrell Avenue . IX 3462 

MacOregor, Alex.. 181 SbertMume Strert KL, 7(38 

McAllister Brian. 18 Pirettorook Boad HO 8208 

McCarthy. Ken, 30 Olen Stewart Avenue HO. 1820 

McDonald. D'Arcy. 39 Humbercreet Boulevard LY. 88Si 

McDonald. Gary. 10 Wllgar Boad LY 9040 

McDonald. Lome. 39 Humbererea>t Boulevard LY 885S 

McOrath. Oreg.. 209 Indian Road BY 8S20 

McGregor. J Ed. 14 Oreaham Boad HY. i340 

McLaughlin. Ja.-; . 29 Munro Park Aventie BO. 70M 

Malloy. Lawrence, 509 Jarvls Street BA. a4KI 

Mazur. John. 103 Avenue Road .. KI. S290 

Zbeeheskl. Geo., 103 Avenue Road KI 5290 



GRADE XII -4 



Callaghan. Michael. 123 Walmer Road KI 

Carey, Larry. 14 Westmoreland Avenue OL 

HIbberd. Wm . 7M Kingston Road HO. 

Murphy. James. 33 Grandvlew Avenue OL. 

Murray, Michael. 55 Highland Avenue MX. 

Musson. Lawrle. 1675 Lakeshore Road. Long Branch.. 

O'Donoghue. Paul. 83 Dunn Avenue LA. 

O'Keefe. Eugene. 189 Glenholme Avenue LO. 

O'Neill. Des.. 89 Dunn Avenue LA. 

Pinto. Wm.. 312 Nairn Avenue LL. 

Piatt. Norman. 36 Lockwood Road OB. 

Plomp. Ralph. 109 Olebeholme Boulevard OL. 

Poole. Earl, 176 Courcelette Road OR. 

Power, Donald, 238 Manor Road East HU. 

Prendergast. Paul 60 South Drive BA. 

Price. Stan.. 429 Heath Street Ea.st Mo. 

Quinlan. Robt.. 38 Playter Boulevard ... OE 

Ratchford. Jos. 106 Yonge Boulevard . .. MO 

Rellly. Russ.. 46 Thorncllffe Avenue . OE 

RUey. Chas.. 216 Carlton Street RA 

Romagnolo. Nicky, 8 Mortimer Avenue OE. 

Sadler. John. 57 Langley Avenue . , . HA. 

Scanlon. Wm.. 161 Indian Road LA. 

Scarlett. Michael. 134 Balsam Avenue HO 

Shea. John. 619 Olebeholme Boulevard HO 

Sheppard. Barry. 38 Lorlndale Avenue BAA 

SomervlUe, Stephen. 1 Cawthra Square . . MI. 

Stock. Wilfrid. 64 Victor Avenue. Mlmlco 

Sullivan, Dennis. 21 St. Mary Street KI. 

Sullivan. John M . 19 Alilrldge Avenue HO 

Sullivan. Paul. 272 Olenmanor Drive West HO. 

Tryhorn. Ted.. 148 Glendale Avenue LO. 

Wateh. Ralph. 22 Jolcey Boulevard MA 

WIngfelder. Wm.. 737 Avenue Road HY 

Wolochatluk. Morris, 240 Sorauren Avenue KE. 

Wright, George. 105 Kenwood Ave.. Apt. 28 LA. 



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GRADE XI - 1 



Ardlla. Cyril. 620".i Bloor West 

Armstrong CUlman. 71 Klppendavle Avenue 

Barker. Paul, MacLeod Townslte. Geraldton, Ontario 

Barrett. George, 585 Wellington West 

Blessman, Wm.. 113 Gough Avenue 

Boehler. Ed.. 441 Grace Street 

Boland. Gorman, 570 Brock Avenue.. 

Boles. Paul. 170 Beech Avenue 

Bonvlvere. John. 606 Rushton Road.. 

Bourke. Bevan, 972 Carlaw Avenue 

Bowles. Bernard. 110 Southwood Drive 

Brloux. Paul. 272 Durle Street 

Bryan. Jas,. 29 Oriole Parkway 

Budway. Keith. 30 Lalng Street 

Callanan. John. RR. No. 2. CooksvUle 

Campbell. Jas.. 18 Bellalr Street 

Carey. Jos.. 66 Drayton Avenue.. 

CasuUo. Paul. Jr.. 671 Dundas Street West 

Clancy. John. 405A Roncesvalles Avenue... 

Cobltz. Thos.. 80 Wiley Avenue 

Connelly. John. 95 Danforth Avenue 

Connolly. Des.. 855 Dupont Street 
Corbett. Donald. 22 Doel Avenue 

Corrlgan. Jas. E.. 28 Radford Avenue 

Corrlgan. M. Lloyd. 132 Bessborough Drive 

Corry. John, 31 Curzon Street 

Coughlln. Tim. 25 Bemey Crescent. Leaslde 

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GRADE XII -3 (CoiiiiiuHd) 

and in liis studies, playing' r<>r tlir .MhI;.'i'N mimI 
staiidintr iliii'il all vfar. 

Brian McAllister was oiir nrissiiin n-|i. hiuI 
l)iuycd for the "A's" while Bobby Holland played 
"15" II()cke\' and Seiiioi' Kootliall 

Bill Halloran wns a \cr\ capable niniiaff'"'' "'' 
tiie I'rep.s, as well as l)eiiifr always liaiid> with 
his ever-present Celtic wit. 

I iiiight add thai a iimnl time was had l>\ all. 
ISo lonfJT, see yciii next \'ear. 



GRADE XII -4 

Stephen Somerville lias led his class all year 
loiind. Meiiiv' a nii'mhci- of the Dehatiiijr Club, lie 
is able to talk almost an\' teacher to a standstill. 
His closest rival is in the linjje bulk (d' Bill Scan- 
Ion. Alonjr with his aeadeiidcs. Kill stands hijrti 
with Father Holand's Treps. Tlicii tlnre is Dennis 
Sullivan, a ^reat rufrby plaxcr. who is also a 
seventy-five percenter. 

Remember seeiiij; the little guy |)ecpiiii.' over 
the counter in the candy pond .' Well, that's 
Morris Wolocbatiuk, another star fen- the I'reps. 
Another hiyrh ranker in marks is curl\-!iaired 
Ralph Walsh, who spends eqiml time on defense 
for the ''<rreat" Midfeet squad, aloiifj; with Paul 
Prendergast. Larry Carey (the one who wrote 
this stuff) is the Thurible Kep. 

Money! Tickets! Papers! \o matter what as 
long as there's money in it. Jack Sadler runs it. 
lie is also editor of the Thurible. St. ilithael's 
Rep. for the Hiirh News, Business manager of the 
Athletic Association, manager of the Jr. "'A's" 
Paul O'Donoghuc, another of XIl-4's brighter 
lads, is the Double 151 ue Rep. Bud Stock is a 
dangerous man around oi)ponent's nets when play 
ing for Father Holand's Preps and in many wajs 
reminds Foster Hewitt of "Billy Taylor"" Then 
there is Ted Tryhorn who, whenever asked a 
question by a teacher, always has some witty 
reply. He is also a mendier of Fr. Gorman's De- 
bating Club. Mike Murray, when asked for his 
homework, gives the excuse "I was away that 
day, Father". Jerry Qninlan may be quiet in 
school, but when he is outside of class, bo.v what 
a change. Russ Reilly (starred for the Junior 
rugby team). The nmn with the "brains" behind 
the Double-Blue is none other than our own Des 
O'Neil. Last, but not the smallest in our class, 
is Nick Romagnola, the smooth-skating star of 
the ilidgets. He is known to Fr. Sheehan as 
"Nicholas the little fat boy". 

Larry Carey 
(Continued on Page 94) 



GR \l)l XI- 1 (Cominucth 

Cowley. Robert. 30 Waverley Road OX 1273 

Day. Jaineii. 177 Teddlncton Park. HY. 7023 

DILella, Norman, 85 St Anne't Road U). SIM 

Dourlji. John. 1040 Kamem Avenue 

Durkin, Wm.. 28 Oliver Street. Humber Bay UV. SOM 

Dutach, Jobn. 253 Keele Street 

Dyer, Juatin, t Munro Park Avenur iiu UBI 

Elaachuk. Geo., 24 Centre Avenue 

ElUott, Frank. 1820 Durferin Street KE 4523 

Flaherty. Richard, 124 Curzon Strn-t 

Pordbam, Dean. 101 Oloucekter Stri-rt 

Foreman, Ray.. B5 Soulbport Road.. I.l. 2521 

Forban, Allan, 27B Delaware Avenue I.u SSIb 

FranclB, Stephen. 00 tUmlco Avenue. Ulmico 
Funman, John. 44 Symon Street Mlmlro 

Goodwin, lliaa.. 12 Cowan Avenue IX> 1885 

Zemata, Walter, 245 St. Claren's Avenur KK 7581 

GRADE XI -2 



Oallagber. Ed., It Wlttarow Avenue 

Oreene. Cba»., 1181 CoUege Street 

Oulry. John, 118 Olennrry Avenue.. .. 
Harrison. Gordon, 43 Symon Street. Mlmx o 
Hawksbaw. John, 228 First Avenue 

Hlckey, Paul, 32 Roe Avenue 

Htgglns, Douglas, 22 Langley Aveiiu> 
Hoday. John, 226 Falrlawn Avenue 
Holleran, Jas.. 477 Bayvlew Avenur 
Morgan. Leo, 181 St. Helen's Avenur 
Hykodkl, Ronald, 5C Sheridan Avenue.. 

Ingram. Jack, 31 Kendal Avenue 

Ingoldsby. Jas. 45 Kenwoo<l Avenue 

Kavanaugh. Stephen. 1202 Jane Street, Mt. Dennis 

Keenan. Harry. 29 Roaedale HelgbU Drive. . 

Kelly, Job.. 90 Florence Crescent 

Krafchlk. Ronald. 125 Brookdale Avenue 

Lanthler, John. RR. No. 2. Gormley, Ontario . . 
Levlck, Walter, 10b Rlverdale Avenue.. 
Livingstone. Nell. 457 Clinton Street.. 

Lopechuk, Bobby, 40 ktannlng Street 

McAllister. Ian, 53 Old Mill Drive 

McCaffrey, Gerald, 42 Raglan Avenue.. 
McCarthy, John. 82 Mllverton Boulevard 
McConvey. Ed., 323 Armadale Avenue. 
McCullough. John. 48 Queen Marys Drlv • 
MeCurry. Jas., 43 Robbing Avenue. . . 
McGllUvray. Alan. 89 Rlvercrest Road.. 

McGinn, Jas.. 57 Chat.sworth IDrlve 

McGough. Vincent. 102 Lawrence Crescein 
McOowan. John, 77 GUmour Avenue. . 

McGrath, Jas.. 110 Crescent Road 

McKeatlng. Philip. 273 Willow Avenue. 

RelUy, Peter. 65 Cameron Crescent 



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BaradzleJ, Albert. 103 Avenue Road 

Battle. Frank. 29 St. David's Road. Merrtton, Thorold 

Bauer. Paul. 8 George Street. Waterloo 

Brlckley. Ron, Banes. Orlente, CUBA 

Broadhurst. Thoma.s, 90 Ridge Drive 

Campbell, Gary. 1090 Shaw Street 

Cybulskl. Anthony. 103 Avenue Road 

Elliot. Kenneth, 123 6th Street. Noranda 

Garcia. Andre, 40 Cristlna St. Ponce. PUERTO RICO. 

Gayowski. Walter, Grimsby. Ontario 

Orawey. Gerald. 55 Catherine Street. Port Colbome... 

Harwich. Ernest. SCO St. Clair West 

Hough. John. 277 Pine Street. Sudbury 

Kelly, Bernard. Indian Road. Port Credit 

Kelly. William. No. 4 Milton. Milton 

Knowlton. Arthur. 201 Vesta Drive 

LaNasa. Michael. 100 Oak Street. Geneva. NY.. U.S.A. 

Lejsnlak. Joseph. 103 Avenue Road 

Llplec. Walter. 103 Avenue Road 

Lynch. Ronald 488 Danforth Avenue 

Mclsaac. John. 74 Penetanguishene Street. Orlllia 

McKenna. James. Colgan. Ontario 

Maccio, Jules, 599 Jarvls Street 

Mele. Joseph, 107 Elm Street 

Melllgan, Patrick, 30 Daly Avenue. Stratford 

Mlhllsln, Joseph. 52 Warden Street Mlmico 

MlvUle. Donald, 586 HllLsdale Avenue East 

Moloney. Peter. 66 St. Mary Street 

Monette, Michael, 599 Jarvls Street 

O'Brien. Clifford, 39 Uxbrldge Avenue 

Oswald. Robert. 221 Base Line Road. London 

Pennesl. Muzio 599 Jarvls Street 

Pigott. Paul. 358 Bav Street. Hamilton 

Polito, Morris. 534 Soudan Avenue 

Rapattonl. Robt.. 50 Chapell Street North Thorold 

Rogers, Leo. 131 Winchester Street 

Shonlker. Geo.. 54 Harper Avenue 

Tantt. John. 317 Kenllworth Avenue 

Transleau. Alan. Ottawa. Ontario 

Wleczorek. Conrad. 124 Aldwych Avenue 

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GRADE XI - 1 

George Elaschuk — (icorjrc lias hei'ii stuiuliiiv' 
first ill all ii'ports this year, and as I can rciiiPin- 
l)i'r r\i'i- since he came to St. Mike's His hockey 
al)ilil.\' is shown in his play with St. I'atrick's. 
Rfiy Foreman has a very ^'cnial personality and 
his sniilinjr face is well known tliron}.'hont the 
halls. He is a vei-y iiinhilions stndeiit and a native 
of sdiiie parish mit near "the stii-i<v'. j 

think it is St. .lames. Joe Carey is tin nic diar- 

aeter of this room. He applies himself thor- 
oughly to his studies and is active in sports. His 
goal-teiidintr for the Shamrocks was excellent. 

Paul Casullo — is one of the most popidar and 
wvll liked students in the scliooi Althoufrli ver>' 

ipiiet he has nmic .(hii tiims than we realize. 

His ahilitv in hockey aiul hasehall is <;real. Jack 
Fursman- .Jack is sonu-times called the 'walking,' 
radio", althoiiirli verv earnest in his studies; he. 
too, is a memher of Kr. Houde's radio iduh. and 
knows more aluMit radios an<l motors than .Mar- 
coni. Bill Durkin — I'.ill doesn't do very much 
around the school. He's merely. 'I'lnirible '"Rep", 
writes for the l')ouble Bine, Mission "Rep", and 
manager of the Bantams. Say, when does he 
get time for school work.' Al Forhan — My that 
boy is such a brain in his school work. He is 
a member of the radio club and also a writer 
for the Double Bhie 

Ed Boehler — is also a radio "ham." (iee, every 
one's trying to get into the act. He is a pro- 
gressive student and to increase his mentality 
is even now studying Greek Norm Dillclla — is 
one of our greatest and most popular debaters. 
Although in most activities, he applies ample time 
to study. Des Connelly is a very quiet and re- 
served fellow. His application to study is earnest 
and he too i.s studying Greek. John Clancy. Why 
did "we ever bring him here? My what a card. 
He, along with Carey, are the craziest two in the 
room. But John's a good boy. T don't know 
what for though. John manages the Elinor Mid- 
gets and is an athletic "Rep." Day after day 
he goes around from room to room and makes 
the announcements. Bill Durkin 



GRADE XI -4 



GRADE XI - 2 

The sun was nowhere to be seen. Up above 
the sky was as black and murky as Toronto Bay 
in mid-summer. A light blanket of haze 
was spread like a veil on the face of 
the earth. Your ace writer. "W. Somerset" 
Kennan approached the school with a weary and 
dejected outlook, comparable to that of a nmra- 
thoner who has just crossed the finishing line 
in sixty-seventh position. Nearing the Students' 
Entrance, he was beaten back by the gay debash- 
ing of other late-comei*s, among whom was Jerry 
McGinn, Xl-2's mission man 

(Continued on Page 96) 



McKpown. John. 464 Deteware Avenue 
McUullen. June*. M MaJvem Avenue. . . 

McNuUy, John. M Howte AremM 

Madden. Oregory, 434 Brock AVMMM 

MadlKan. William. 46 Murrar StrMt 

Murphy, John, 33 Orandvlew Avenue 

Murray. Terrene*. 45 Hlfhland Avenue 

NlelMn. Edward. 4(0 KIngswood Road 
O'Connor. William, 80 Rlvercreat Road 

0'0ra<ly. John. ISO Garden Avenue 

O'Hara. Oreg.. S2 Pelcrboro Avenue 

O'Hearn, Chan.. 3S Brentwood Road 

O'Hearn. Ronald. 844 Windermere AveniK . . 

O'Nell. John. }71 Dovercourt Road.. 
Ormesher. John. 257 St. Oermaln Avenii<- 
Paul. Michael. 294 Bereaford Avenue. 
Perkins. Arthur, 205 Pickering Street. 

Pollock. Keith. 101 Victor Avenue 

Poslvy. Joseph, 65 Crawford Street. . . 
Prelner, John. 1054 Dundas Street WeM 
Prlkosovlch. Paul. 244 Stmcoe Street.. 
Prlmeau. Robt.. 87 RIvervlew Oardenrn 

Prlmeau. William. 87 RIvervlew Garden* 

Puhrlnger. Alfred. 328 George Street 

Purvl*. ChaH.. 79 Flacon Street 

Renlerl. Wm.. 38 Bumhamthorpe Crescent, bltncton. 

Reynolds. Don. 135 81 Clair We«t. Apt 314 

RoKenltsch. Louis. J2 Tranhy Avenue 

Sachs. Doug. 2065 Danfoith Avenue 

Sakay. Ray.. 303 Sunnyslde Avenue 

Sandford. Pred.. 126 Queens Avenue. Mlmlco 

Santollnl, Almle. 385 Symington Avenue.. .... 

Sauve Joseph. 159 Stanley Avenue. Mlmlco 

Scanlon. Jor.eph. 161 Indian Road 

Scott. Roderick. 184 Lawrence Avenue East 

Seymour, Chaa.. 918 Manning Avenue 

Seymour. Philip. 918 Manning Avenue 

Shanahan. Jack. 126 Pacific Avenue . . 

Shea. Oerrard. 81 Woodycrest Avenue ... 

Smith. Carr. 509 St. Clair West. Apt 17 

Smith. John 47 Badgerow Avenue 

Stacey. Robt.. 52 Momlngalde .. 

Sweeney. John. 94 Gould Street . .... 

Tadman. Ernest. 185 Strachan Avenue 
Taylor, Peter. 39 Hlghcroft Avenue.. .. 

Tealro. Frank. 26 loountstephen Street 

Tipping. Alan. 280 Roncesvalles Avenue 

Walton. Ronald. 83 Carlaw Avenue 



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Arbour. Edmund. 133 Rhodes Avenue 

Arbour. R. Stan.. 638 Durle Street JO 5718 

Arbuthnot. Robt.. 412 Jarvls Street. Ml. 6856 

Attard. Lawrence. 23 Wldmer Street 
Barron. Harvev. 31 WInnlfred Avenue 

Beck, Richard 36 Dixon Avenue HO. 6791 

Berthelot. J. W.. 110 Ronan Avenue Mo 2183 

Bertucca. Fred.. 335 Manning Avenue HA 8103 

Best. Barry. 408 Woodbine Avenue HO 5346 

Bolland. Peter. 106 Brooke Avenue MO 3733 

Bongelll. Ray., 1326 Lansdowne Avenue LO 9996 

Boyce. Peter. 199 Balsam Avenue OX 2791 

Bracken. Emmett. 224 Heath Street East . . HY 9951 

Bracken. Kevin. 224 Heath Street East HY 9951 

Bullock, Jerome. 559 JarvLs Street RA 2492 

Crowley. Richard. 110 James Street. St. Catharines 

Fera. Frank. Levack Mine. Ontario 

Oeorge. EXigene. 253 Jarvls Street. Fort Erie North . . 

Harwich. Frank. 500 St. Clair Avenue West ME. 5330 

Knowles. Henry. 404 Wortley Road London 
Macdonell. Donald. Windermere. Ontario.. 

MacNell. John. 599 Jarvls Street RA. 2492 

McCann. Joseph. Bracebrldge. Ontario 

McQullkln. Jas.. 4 Ambra.se Street. St. Catharines 
Manuel. John. 2 Hill Road. Orand FalLs Newfoundland 

Maroncy. John. 114 A Beaconsfleld Avenue 

Marra. Paul. 202 Dalhou.sle Street. Amherstbtirg 

Mlchnlewlcz. Zvgmund. 103 Avenue Road KI. S3M 

Oberholzer. Donald. 46 William Street. Waterloo 

Qimln. Thos . Pefferlaw. Ontario 

RcUand Doug.. 71 Patrick Street. Orlllla 

Rolston. Jas.. 132 Owrn Street. Barrle 

Serrao. Stanley. 3 Haves Street. Port of Spain. Trinidad 

Spofford. John. 36 Easlmount Avenue GE 6161 

Wolak. Walter. 103 Avenue Road KI. 5290 

WrUchlnskl. John. 103 Avenue Road. KI 290 

GRADE X - 2 

Cahlll, Vincent. 40 Dixon Avenue OR. 2673 

Callahan. Ernest. 44 Lyngrove Avenue LY. 5581 

Clancy. Robert. 405 A Roncesvalles Avenue 

Clarke. Barry. 178 Eastwood Avenue OR 0090 

Clayton. Frederick. 72 Eastmount Avenue GE. 2560 

Coleman. Paul. 40 Dorval Road IX.. 0037 

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GRADE XI -2 (Conimuc.l) 

At'tcr iiniinhliii'.'' an iiiaiiililik' .s()iiu>thiii<.' about 
tire trucks, aiiiliiilancfs and |)()lic(' cnuKfrs in 
the iindcrstHndin-.r <'ar nf Kr. |{('[.'an. .Messrs. 
McOinn and Keenan, hiie slips in liand. <>ntcr tli- 
ininiacniali- domain nf tin' Ini-rht liirlils of thi- 
seliooi. Kr. Until waves lli" tard.x students In 
tlif'ir si-ats ;ind eontinnes witli the teaehin/ "I' 
Tjatiii 

A few II iniito liitn- Alan MrGillivray, om- 
.Junior !'iii)ti)ali and .Mid'j-et huekey siai- enters, a 
liiidi i)lastered and taped. Jim Holleran, live!\ 
Donhle lilii" writer. wai<('s tile rest oi' ilie iiiom 
h\ li.M'w iiiL'. " Wliat was it this tiiiH'. swinf,'in<.' 
t'l'iiiii a \w' lii<i' an ape nr pulliiif; too hard on 
yoni- skate iaees '" 

Followinfj a fast Kreiu-h periiwl. iliiiiiiu' whi<'li 
Joe Kelly displaxcd iiKire nf the vvisdimi whiidi 
earned liiin toji spot in <lasx a^'ad'^mics standing'. 
the class disperses for reir-v 

A "coke" and a chocolate bar earclidly tmdu'il 
away and an intcrcstin<r ain'cdote narrated h\ 
Oord Harrison, star meinher of that seintillatinir 
stp.iad of sii'.ooth skaters and siiarp sliootei's. the 
St. Michael's Midnrots, still rinfrinp- in his ears 
"Somerset" once ajrain. this time with eyes open. 
head XI-2-Hards. 

Fr. Flood pl()U!;i)s further into onr i-dis.'-ion 
course, but John McCullough ami Jim McGrath 
are too busy niakin<r |)lans for the dexelopnirnt 
of their atomic jx^wercd pencil sharpener to listen. 
Bobby "Lean" Lopechiick. a star Radio Cluhher. 
{jroans profusely as PV Flood refers to him as 
"Pokecheck." The reli'rion pciiod over, James 
"Duke" McCurry imives up to the front to take 
his daily "jroinir-ovcr" from F'r. Conway. 

By noon the sini is shiniiifr and Mr. Ila\\ kshaw 
comes down from the third floor to be faeed with 
a scene of terrible confusion. Bananas, (nantre 
peels and "what-havc-n" are flyin? "undi(|uc" of 
the room. Wc are .just leaving: for lunch when 
Jimmy Imonti walks in. Jim was the rijrltt winarer 
on the Roy. McDonanirh, Imonti line of Junior "B" 
hockey fame. 

Sitting in Perry's at noon your ace writer 
picks tip many pointers on many sub.iects from 
Pete Reilly. Bant.sm footballer, debater and all 
round •rood student. 

Reilly, McGinn ami Keenan enter the room 
after lunch and for sheer lack of somethin<r bet- 
ter to do, commence to pummel Dong Higgins. 
Doug's love of hockey is so intense that as well 
as acting as .spare uroalie for the Ma.iors. he 
stood between the jiipes for the mighty Holy 
Name Juniors. 

Forty minutes and two essays later the students 
of Xr-2 fiiul themsidves in am>thcr room. naim'l\- 
the I'hysics Room. Neil Living'stone and Leo Hor 
gan sit soaking up oceans of kin)wledgc about 
electrons and protons. Fr. Houde tells us all about 
(Continued on Page 98) 



GRADE X-2 (Comiiuic(l) 

Coin Kenneth. 23 RiumII Hill Road 
ColllDsbume. Joceph. 717 Wlllard Aven<i< 

Cooper. Tom, 282 Queen Street. We*t 

Corcoran. John, 224 Beaaboroucb Drive. . . 

Corcoran, Norman. 461 Beraaford Avenua 

Crulcksliaok. Paul, ill ErclTn Avenue. 
Dabonlk. Sdward. 790 Indian Road. . 
Oajr, Gerald. 177 Teddlncton Park.. 

Doddii. DenU. 17 Banaley Avenue 

Donnelly. Ja».. 21 Lark Street 

DrUcoll. Michael. 48 Un«worth Avenur 
Duffy, Douglaa. 203 Betgravla Avenue 

Ellaj. Albert. 468 Winona Drive 

Parley. Paul. 94 Oakvale Avenue 

Paught. Stanley, 20 Raglan Avenue... 

Pedo, Joneph. 105 Dewaon Street 

PInerty. John. 127 InglewoocI Drive 

Finley. Chas.. 198 Centre Street. Oahawa 
Fitzgerald. Oerald. 134 Olen Road 

Fitzgerald. Terry, 134 Olen Road 

Pltzhenry. John. 478 DavUvllle Avenue 
Pllzhenry. Eugene. 478 DavUvllle Aveim- 
Flanagan, Donald, 127 Olebemount Avpu i. 
Foumler. Ronald, 34 Rldout Street 

Foy, John. 17 Bernard Avenue 

P'leve. Henry. 923 Dundas Street Ea«t. 

Otgnac. Marc. 599 Jarvln stieet 

Oreven. Robert. Plnrwood Trail. Port Credit 

Orogan. Michael. J5 Callendar Street 

Oruber. Peter. 21 Bodwin Avenue 

Price. Frank. 1 DArcy Street 

PrIkOHovlch, James. 244 SImcoe Street 

Quealey. Francis. 61 Geoffrey Street 

Raby. Donald. 30 Vanderhoof Avenue. Leaatde 

Regan. Peter. 106 Mt. Pleasant Road 

Restlvo, Salvatore, 1562 Danforth Aven\i'' 



GRADE X - :i 

Oulnane. Laxton. 2 Laxton Avenue 
Halloran. Jos., 68 ChatRWorth Drive 

Haskell. Philip. 186 St. Clair West 

Hatton. Ronalil 15 James Street. Long Branch 

Haughey. George. 394 Woodbine Avenue 

Healey. Ed., 117 Rosenuunt Avenue. Weston... 

Henry. Prank. 166 Glenraount Park Road 

Houlton. Jos, .156 Spadlna Rocul.. 

Howorth Richard. 21 Prust Avenue 

Hykoskl. EMmund. 83 Laughton Avenue 
InglLs. Brian. 552 Mllverton Boulevard 

Jeney. Paul. 22 Dupont Street 

Johniston. Geraid. 188 Jones Avenue 

Joyce. Leo. RR No. I. Loretto. Ontario 

Kavanagh. Bany 179 Glendonwynne Road 
Kelleher. Richard 90 Lawlor Avenue.. 
Kelly. William. 278 Queonsdale Avenue 

King. William. 8 McGee Street 

Kruzcl. Walter. 2738 Dundas West 

LaDouccur. Paul. 226 Woburn Avenue 

Lee. William. 185 Falrlawn Avenue 
Leigh. William. 38 Chester Avenue 
Letterlo. Billy. 154 Chestnut Street 

LeVay. Francois. 167 Welland Avenue 

Macdonald. Ja-s . 12 Lansdowne Avenue. Apt 4 

MacDonald. Ronahl. 121 Barton Avenue 

McAteer. John. 488 Ontario Street 

McCarron. Reynold. 56 Olenmanor Drive 

McGUllon. John. Brown's Line. Long Branch 
McGllUon. Joseph. Browns Line. Long Branch 

McGrath. Ed.. 30 Allendale Avenue 

McKeown. Donald. 75 Raglan Avenue 

McLaughlin John. 16 Elmvlew Avenue 
McNena. John. 19 Durant Avenue... 
McQuald. Jos.. 330 High Park Avenue 
Ponzo. Vltlno. 117 Lakeshore Road. Mlmico 

Potter. Floyd. 101 Cloucester Street 

Powell. James. 236 Pearson Avenue 

Stephenson. Fred.. 54 Ca.'«els Avenue 

Taylor. Richard. 39 Hlghcroft Avenue 



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Blackwell. Carl. 153 Willow Avenue 

Cocklln. Douglas. 87 Hounslow Avenue. Wlllowdale. 

Daniels. Arthur. 86 Glfford Street 

Doyle. Ronald. 15 Roe Avenue 

Parley, Bernard. 94 Oakvale Avenue 

Fusco. Anthony. 351 Strathmore Boulevard 
Holland. James, 127 Sourauren Avenue. 
Jerome, Jas.. 140 Rosedale Heights Drive 
Kleman. Jas.. 2446 Danforth Avenue .. 
Llotta. John, 1566 Danforth Avenue . 
LIsko. Michael. 250 Queen Street West 
Lun.ly, Robt.. 2143 Oerrard Street East. . 

McCann. Paul. 39 Raglan Avenue 

Malone. Brian. 317 Bleecher Street 

Manahan. Norman. 118 Westlake Avenue 
Mannone. Sam. 1124 Queen Street East 



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'small boys" tiiniintr turbines and "Holdicrs niarfh- 
ing in routrb jrround." At the HOitnd of the bell 
we're up and ont in nothing flat. A bunch of 
sleepers at i> a.m. Hoy. what a day at school 
won't do for you. So lony. 

Harry Keenan 



GRADE XI - 3 

Ronald Brickley's ireneral proficiency made 
him the honour stiulenf of his class. His home is 
in Hiba (ireek is one of Kon's added subjects. 
Another Greek student is Arthur "Mickey" 
Knowlton, a native of Forest Ilill. Mickey played 
K')al for tlie Minor Mi<lgets. lie plans to follow 
in his father's footsteps. Althouph Joe Mele is 
not a musician in the school band, his instrument 
is the 88-keys. 

Pat Mellig-an was nick-named "Peanuts" be- 
cause of liis size and former habit of eating pea- 
nut.s. He is an active member on the Double- 
Blue staff. Andre Garcia is a member of the 
dramatic society. Since Andre left his beloved 
Puerto Rico to come to S. M. C. he was never 
be!ow first class honours. 

Bob Rapattoni is a Thurible Rep. and Sodality 
Bop. He played Junior Football and is said to 
be a defenceman. Ilis home is the well known 
be'ow first class honours. 

Ernie Harwick takes Greek in his spare time 
Tn sports he played for the Senior football team, 
and al.^o played on the Midget hockey team. 
Francis Battle, iust call him "Buster," does very 
well in his studies. For sports Buster played 
Prep hockey. Don't tell anyone, bnt he comes 
from Thoro'ld. Paitl Broadhurst is a quiet lad 
who lives here in the Queen City. His standing 
has always be^n among the first ten. Paul is a 
member of the library club. 

The class of XT-3 consists for the most part of 
boarders. There are also a few day students, 
Franciscans and Oblates. 

Robert Rapattoni, XT-3 



GRADE XI - 4 

Eleven-four contributes a mighty share of the 
talent that makes good old S. :\I. C. great. Some 
of the bigger shareholders in this hall of juvenile 
genius are (Jharlic Seymour and Pete Taylor 
whose industrv and i)onny-pushinsr brought the 
jnissions over the top. Greg O'Hara was our 
best marksman (not with paper wads either), 
and his leading role was hotly contested by 
hockey-playine Bob Primeau . . . his brother Bill 
romped on defense with the Buzzer finalists and 
seems headed for the N.H.L. and future great- 
ness . . . Joe S8uv6 escapes from Mimico each day 
(Continued on Page 100) 



GRADE X-4 (Continued) 

Markle. PeUr. RR No 1. Oakvlllr 

MmrUn. Paul J. Ul Brooke Avenue . HU 

Martini. Pet«r. 101 Chando* Avenue LO. 

MaxweU, Andrew, IS Northvlew Trrrac« 

Monaco. Saverto. 1776 St. Clair Avenue Wait JV 

Monachan, Douglas. 90 Montgomery CrawMlt MO 

Monachan. Douclaa, M MontgaaurT Craaoent MP 

Monaghan. Douglas, 90 Montgomery C r aa e e n t MO 

Monette. Lawrence. 17 Spnicehlll Avenue OR. 

Morfltt Jo*. 192 Woodmount Avenue HO. 

Morgan. Mylea. 113 Broadrtew Avenue HA. 

Morrtat Harvey, 23 ralltngbrook Creacent . OR. 

Murphy. Norman. 406 CiuiaUe 8tn«t KM. 

Murphy. Kenneth, 28 Southbrldge Avenu* OR. 

NatuK. JoMph, 6 Maltland Place RA. 

O'Connor John D.. 1065 Bay Street RA. 

O-Rellly. Prank 100 Hogarth ATenua OK. 

O'Rlley, Lawrence. Dunbarton. Ontario 

Orr. John, 32S Broadview Avenue HA. 

Pearson, 0«rald. 23SS Danforth Avenue 

Pegts, Charles. 312 Spadlna Road KI. 

Piazza. John P . 234 Lakenhore Road, Mlmlco 

GRADE X.5 

LaPralrle. Cliff.. 17 Montclalr Avenue HU. 

Leef. Prank. MInett. Muskoka. Ontario 

Legare, Henri. Chateau d'bu, Lorettevlllc, Qtiebcc... 

Maboney. John. JOS Sunnyslde Avenue LO 

Pare, Oerald. 335 Armadale Avenue LT. 

Prance. Charles. 169 Westminster Avenue LA. 

RevelU. Michael. 724 Queen Street East HA. 

Robrtson. Clyde. 26 EHora Road JU. 

Roche. John. 306 Olen Road MI. 

Roe. Robert. 145 Arlington Avenue OL . 

Rush, Prank. 100 Llawrence Crescent HU. 

Rutledge. John. 418 Montrose Avenue OLi. 

Sandforil. Bnchael. 587 Brown's Line. Long Branch... 

Santagulda. Victor. 445 Royal York Road 

S&rklslan. George. 13 Sandford Avenue BA. 

Sauve, James. 159 Stanley Avenue. Mlmloo 

Scala. Salvadore. 6 Palmer Avenue OL. 

Shields, Lawrence. 147 Carlaw Avenue.... OK 

Smith, Harold. 5 Clanslc Avenue KI 

Stefanlak, Philip. 42 Manning Avenue WA. 

Stephenson. Robl. II Weymouth Avenue OR. 

Stock, Charles. 66 Station Road. Mlmlco 

Stubensey. Gerald. 72 Sutherland Drive MO 

Sullivan, Peter, 98 Dewhurst Boulevard OL. 

Sylvester. Jas.. 1085 Davenport Road LL. 

Tomllnson. Kenneth. 107 Olebeholme BoiUerard OK 

Trudell, Douglas. 6 Sarnla Avenue LO 

Tumbull. Paul. 31 Linden Street.. RA. 

Turnbull. Robert M.. 121 Parkhurst Boulevard MA 

VanLondersele. Paul. RR. No. 1. Slmcoe. Ontario 

Walker. Norman, 77 Jedburgh Road MO. 

Whelan. Terry. 22 Lortndale Avenue HU. 

Williams. John, 123 Colbeck Avenue LT. 

Williams. Thos. E.. 304 Sllverthom Avenue JD. 

Wilson. Paul, 15 HUlcrest Avenue. Wlllowdale 

Wolochatluk. Walter. 240 Sorauren Avenue KK. 

Wood. Peter, 8 Chestnut Street. Sarnla 

Young, Gerard. 23 Claude Avenue LA. 

GRADE IX - 1 

Adamo. Frank. 2 Cambral Avenue HO. 

Aguanno, Jos. 418 Church Street. Mlmlco 

Anderson, Ronald. 379 Mllverton Boulevard OL. 

Appolony. James 56 Jones Avenue 

Arcand. Edmond. 46 McRae Drive. Leaslde MA. 

Balden, Ernest. 74 Condor Avenue HR 

Bain. Paul. 8 Orchard Park Boulevard HO. 

Beauvals. Donald. 10 Beachilale Avenue OR. 

Belou.1. Marshal, 560 Parliament Street 

Boem. Dlno. 78 Roseneath Gardens OR. 

Bolan. John. 102 Edith Drive.. HT. 

Bolton. Paul. 795 Coxwell Avenue OR. 

Boulton. Peter. 480 Roncesvalles Avenue LL. 

Bowles. John, 110 Southwood Drive HO. 

Boyle, Lawrence, 34 Lockwood Road HO. 

Boyle (Bernard) Michael. 34 LockwtXMl Road . HO 

Bradbury. George. 126 Courcelette Road HO 

Breward. Frederick. 30 Tennis Crescent OL 

Brioux. Garry. 272 Durle Street MU 

Brooks. Terrence. 28 Mlllbank Avenue HT 

Brown. Hugh. 6 Bernard Avenue RA 

Brown. Terence. 296 Woodbine Avenue HO. 

Burns. Gerard. 79 Wrenson Road OR 

Campanile. Emlleo. 176 Che.stnut Street WA 

Cantwell. Ronald. 130 Ivt Avenue 

Carley. Anthony. 103 Clifton Road BTT. 

Carrlere. Ronald, 2222 Queen Street East OX. 

Cartler. Joseph 162 Glenvale Boulevard HU. 

CarwlU. Kenneth 77 Granby Avenue 

Chase, Paul. 156 Roncesvalles Avenue LA. 

Chiang. Donald. 92 McCaul Street WA. 

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for a little relief from ((Hiiittv si\le life . . . Joe 
Scanlon hik! Ron O'Hearn, tun lionoiir stmlents. 
combiiiod to score tiiaiiy .Minor- Midget drojiis for 
Father Bolrvnd . . . Bill Madigan peddled the Blu- 
Blu 1111(1 played lis a footliiilier for the .luiiiors . . . 
other stars of I his s(|iiiiii wfVf Don Reynolds and 
Jack Ormesher . . . Frank McKenna was a iciake 
up' artisi in Fa^.her Phelan's drainalie iiiimIui- 
tions . . Ron Watton, a eriishin^.' (Ii't'en^ciniip. 
paired witli the sldlHiil Don Teatro iw a poi.-nt 
defense unit for the midtret Shamrocks — a hoy who 
has no eoniieetion with tiie coiifrh dro|i family 
but wlio Avas ever willing to take you fur a rid" 
was Oarr (^^et it ') Smith . . . evergreen Charlie 
O'Hearn, our most popular entry was tiie .iii}rj.'er- 
iiaut of the Junior footballers — John O'Orady, 
a true son of St. Vineent's jiarish, handled the 
ticket sales for the football season — another top 
drawer athlete was hard-hittinsr Jack Shanahan, 
of the Senior football team and Uuiiu.n incdr .Mid- 
gets . . . Jack Perkins, a newcomer to our scliool, 
plaj's the piano and has appeared on the radio 
several times . . Doug Sachs, the joker, played on 
the Midget Shamrocks . . . your answer man and 
boy wonder of the hockey highways, also repre- 
sentative of the Thurible, is — P. S. 

Fred Sand ford 



GRADE X - 1 

During the years of St. Jlichael's existence, the 
walls of old X-1 have probably seen a great 
many scholars, gentlemen and athletes, live and 
learn inside them. Beyond a doubt, the (lass of 
'48 is one of the best. 

On the athletic side there is Don Oberholzer, 
who played sterling hockey for the "Majors." and 
who also pulled some dandies out of the myster- 
ious bag of marks. The Minor-Midgets can thank 
Dick Beck of X-1 for a great deal of their success 
in reaching the T. II. L. finals. In addition to 
being a hustler on the ice, Dick is very popular 
with his classmates, and hopes some day to play 
baseball professionally. Credit is due also to 
Frank "Windy" Harwich, the ace defenseman of 
St. Mike's Bantams, for his marvellous displays of 
checking in their games. Wonder how he got 
dubbed "Windy"? Incidentally, X-1 has more 
claims to fame. The Senior House League award- 
ed a trophy for the best Senior goalie to Bob 
Arbnthnot of the X-1 Champions, and he was 
very ably assisted by three ace puck-pushing 
forwards, Ray Bongelli, Don MacDonnell (the 
House League Football star) and Ron Arbour. 
Ron also played Bantam football this year. Frank 
Fera, besides being our ardent mission collector, 
played on Fr. Boland's Junior football team and 
did a great job in both activities. 

In the scholarly department, Ed Arbour seems 
(Continued ou Page 102) 



GRADE IX - 1 (Continued) 

Clark. John. 190 Coady Avenue 

Clune. Arthur. 13 WeeUnlnster Avenue — 

Colvtn, John. 122 Wells Street 

CondotU. U>uU. 1449 Dufferln Street 

Copeland. Donald. 120 Bertmount Avenue 

Corrlnn. Joseph. 23 St. Joeepb Street. . 

Cougnltn. Donald. 107 Hop« Street 

CoughUn. Oerald. Z5 Bemey CrMoent 

Coughlln. Oerald. 219 Oeorfrey Avenue 

Harding. Zraett. 272 Sumach Street 

Plata. Cdward. S6 Concord Avenue. St. Catharine. Ont. 

GRADE IX -2 



Canning. Bernard. SS Thyra Avenur 

Cox. Oeorge. 33 Oalt Avenue 

Cranor, win.. SO Parkdale Road 
Cronln. Cynl. 232 Havelock Str>< - 
Crook, Parrell. 7 Webb Avenur 

Crump. I'rancU. 122 Palon Roail 

CuUen. William. 24 Olendale Avenue.... 
Drnomy, Oordon. S27 DavUvllle Avenue 

Desand. Ian. 1383 Bathurn Street 

DesRoches. Michael, 36 Alameda Avenue 
Dewhurst, Norman. 11 Moutrey Street.. 

Dietrich, Jos.. 33 Ardmore Road.. 

DlOlacomo. Petyr. 590 Parliament Street 

Doran. John, 300 Oeorge Street 

Dourls. Matthew, 1040 Eastern Avenue . . 

Dcwie. Robert, 1 Rowanwood Avenue 

Dowson. Oeorge. 88 Bain Avenue 

Erhardt. Peter, 357 NorthcUffe Boulevard 
Br(x:hke, John. 13 Stonehou.ie Crescent 
Evans, Michael. 23 Glalnaden Avenue, Klngsnay 
Falrney. Wm , 92'2 Coleman Avenue.. 
Featherstone. Richard. 19 Dijton Avenue 
Flnlay. Frances. 100 Shanley Avenue.. 

Flynn. Bernard, 2 Heyworth Crescent 

Flynn, Donald. 106 Arundel Avenue 

Foley, Dennis 524 Main Street 

Ford. Richard, 60 Westmoreland Avenue 
Fortune. Norman. 13 Lumbervale Avenue 

Foy, Paul. 161 Brookdale Avenue 

Franks. Oeorge, 418 Symington Avenue 

Oallagher, John, 19 Wlthrow Avenue.. 

Oallagher. Raymond. 51 Brookmount Road 

Olbel. Andrew. 84 Struthers Street. Mlmlco . . 

Gibson. Joseph, 382 Lansdowne Avenue 

Ollhooley. Brian. 7 Marigold Avenue 

Olllard. Oeorge, 64 Cadorna Avenue 

Oillls. Bernard. 599 Jarvls Street 

Gouln, Murray. 27 West Avenue 

Oieen, Ronald. 55 Maxwell .\venue 

Greenham, Joseph. 55 Lavender Road 

Greenhlll. Walter. 12 Wroxeter Avenue.. 

Kelly. Hugh. 3 McKenzle Avenue 

Koren, Michael. 278 Queen Street West. 

Wade. Donald. 58A Melville Avenue 



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Halal. Ronald. 175 Pulton Avenue 

Healy, Barrett. 2001 B'oor Street West, Apt. 210 MU. 6755 

Henry. Patrick. 457 Armadale Avenue LY. 0450 

Hlckey. Arthur. 22 oRe Avenue MO 5617 

Hillock, Egan. 275 Roehampton Avenue HY. 3534 

Holden. John 30 MlUbank Avenue.. HO. 7113 

Hollyer. J.. 143 Falr%lew Avenue . JU. 4002 

Honan. Francis, 40 Albanl Street Mlmlco 

Horton. Joseph. 154 Roeelawn Avenue MO. 8413 

Hubert. Jamee, 26 Watson Avenue MD. 4413 

Hutter, Henry. 66A Hayden Street ... MI. 7435 

ItsJIano. Anthony. 261 Nairn Avenue... ME 9377 

Jensen. Kenneth, 3 Weymount Avenue 

Kaelble. Oordon. 31 HlUcrest Park RA. 4379 

Keams. Nell. 269 Kenneily Avenue JU. 0938 

Kelly. Bernard. 3 Ma.son Boulevard MO 5511 

Kelly. Frank. 90 Florence Crescent JO. 4562 

Kelly. James. 97 Silverbirch Avenue HO 8129 

Kelly. William. 68 Albert Street. Mlmlco 

Kencher. John. 29 Alexander Street 

Kennedy. John. 18 Sandown Avenue. Scarboro Bluffs 

Kennedy. Edward, 182 Pickering Street 

Kennedy, Vincent. 18 Sandown Avenue. Scarboro Bluffs 

Kennett, Ronald. 248 Gamble Avenue 

Kenney. PYancls. 19 Grafton Avenue LA. 6789 

Knox, Paul. 41 St. Leonards A-\enue HU. 3891 

Kuszplt. Peter. 225 Palmerston Avenue WA 8132 

Lach. Stanley. 183 Strachan Avenue WA 0228 

Lancefteld. Lawrence, 370 St. Clements Avenue HY. 1618 

Lanthier, Robert. RR. No. 2. Oormley. Ontario 

LaPralrlc, Geo.. 17 Montclair Avenue HU. 6304 

Lawson, Geoffrey. RR. No 1. Port Union. Highland Creek 

Lee, Walter. 76 Orchard Park Boulevard HO. 4685 

Lennon. Oerald. 176 Booth Avenue OL. 0957 

Leonard. John, 70 Normandy Boulevard OX. 2944 

Lerette, Lawrence, 127 6th Street. New Toronto 1506 

Rogers. Paul. 131 Winchester Street RA. 8370 

Rusclca. Slavador. 112 Ridly Boulevard MO. 0713 

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to be loadiiifr tlie pai-k, standitij; first three 
times out of foiii- from Si-ptciiiber to Piaster. Nice 
going. Kd!I Peter Bolland. our Tliuriblc repre- 
sentative and member of tlw Double I'liic distri- 
buting staff, together with Henry Knowles, fol- 
low (dose behind K<i, and eomplete the Big Three 
in tin- "brains" lineup. 

Looking back over the year, we believe we've 
absorbed a good deal of knowledge placed in front 
of us; the eorrection and exhortations — bitter 
pills to swallow at the time — don't hurt at all 
now, but th(! recollections of the fun we've had 
this rear are just as real. 

Peter Bo'lland 



GRADE IX. 4 



GRADE X-2 

With the sun beaming down on the earth, its 
rays seemed to strike the boys in our famous 
class X-2. The first it landed on us was none 
other than Norm Corcoran, the mission rej). and 
famous Miilget |>ia>er who is slated for a try-out 
with the Boston Bruins. He was also a real hard 
tackier for the .lunior Rugby team. Then the 
ray fell on Gerry Day, alias "The Krew-Kut " 
and Double-Blue rep. who is said to be a diligent 
stiuient. It then shone on Ray Donnelly, the "Oli- 
ver Hardy" of X-2, who often astounds the class 
Avith a brilliant answer, loves to chew gum and 
pester Fr. Conway. Mike Quealy, X-2's Einstein, 
is the next to hit the limelight, is the quiz kid 
menace to teachers, chiefly indulges in Mathe- 
matics. Ron Foumier is the No. 1 student, stand- 
ing first through the year. He played impressive 
hockey with the House League team. Bob Greven, 
Port Credit's credit to St. Mike's, is a fixture as 
runner-up to Ron Foumier. Joe Collingbume is 
the students' choice as Thurible representative of 
X-2. He hits a high spot in the class, standing 
third. Paul Comeman, dream-boy of the class in the 
sense that be likes to sleep while the class is in 
.session assists Norm Corcoran with the mission 
details. The Fitzgerald Twins, Terry and Gerry, 
are congruent, that is equal in all respects, 
that is looks, sports and studies. Bob Clancy is 
an ardent standout with Father Gorman's Ban- 
tam hockey club and a very steady pupil in school. 

Joe CoUingbourne 



GRADE X - 3 

As we enter X-3 across the hall from Father 
Mallon's office, the first face we see is Bill Lee's. 
Bill is the "Milt Schmidt" of Father Gorman's 
high-flying Bantam hockey crew and also one 
of the top three in his class. In front of Bill 
sits Dick Howorth. Quiet and unassuming. Dick 
is one of the high-scorers for the Minor-Bantams 
hockey team. Near the wall about the middle of 
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Beaumont. Ronald. 1101 Tonse Street Ul 

Carlton. Richard. 246 Cottlagham Street Ul 

Cowan. Kaye. «4 St. Mar>- Street KI. 

Knowlton. Robert. 201 Veet* Drive MA 

Krupa. Theodore. 100 Avenue Road KI. 

L4Uor, John, li Thomaa Street. OakTtlU 

LeVay. John. 107 Welland Avenue HT. 

Losan. James. M PtankUh Avenue 

Lonergan. John. 1011 St, Clarena Avenue U; 

Look, Allen. 854 CMd Wecton Road., MU 

Luptak. Ervln. 2M OUmour Avenue Ju. 

MacDonald. John. 138 Porman Avenue nU. 

MacLean. Alan. T73 Coxwell Avenue OR. 

McAllUter. Terry. 18 Flr»tbrook ROMl HO. 

McArdle, John. 20 St. Oermaln Avenue MA. 

McCarthy. Chaa., 82 Mllverton Boulevard OL. 

McCarthy. Dan. 3 Weatwood Avenue HA. 

McCarthy. Thoa.. 783 Pape Avenue OL. 

McCartney. Denis, 8 Mmathorpe Avenue HT. 

McCollum. John. 156 Orenadler Road LL. 

McCusker, Jas.. 825 Oulncton Avenue LA 

McElhlnney, Hugh. 16 Berryman Street 

McOarry. Dan.. 22 Canning Avenue 

McOarry. Paul, 1212 College Street LL. 

McOovern. Wm.. 247 Evelyn Avenue JO. 

MeOrath. Doug., 87 Weyboume Crescent MA. 

McOraveyMcOravey, Leonard, 607 Wobum Avenue. . OR 

McOulgan. Leo. 635 Huron Street MI 

Mclntyre. John. 49 Keystone Avenue OR 

McKerry. Art.. 61 Olive Avenue LA 

McLarney. Ray.. 6 Elllngbrook Crescent OR 

McMahon. Bl.. 34 Raglan Avenue LL 

McMahon. Cord, 52 Delaney Crescent LL 

Macey, Geo . 291 Jones Avenue HA 

Maher, Frank. 215 Browning Avenue HA 

Mallon, John. 112 Brookdale Avenue HU 

Manley. H. Ed. 842 Dovercourt Road OL 

Manley. Frank, 1080 Woodbine Avenue OX. 

&tanuel. Terry. 2 Kill Road. Orand PalU, Newfoundland 

Martin. Jos.. 131 King Edward Avenue 

Martin. Ron.. 515 Beresford Avenue JO 

Martin. Tom. 1659 Oerrard East OR 

Mawtey. Ron.. 9 Cross Street LL 

Pigott. Michael. 255 HUlcrest Avenue. Hamilton.. .. 
Blordan. John Barry. 409 Askin Boulevard. Windsor.. 

Scluk. George. 103 Avenue Road KI 

Sparham. Don.. 143 Besaborough Drive MA. 

Tattersall, Wm.. 500 St. Clair West ME. 

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Blssette. Jerry. 60 37th Street. Long Branch 

Gerula. Michael. 53 Henry Street MI. 

Megaffln, Paul, 105 Sprlnghurst Avenue LA. 

Mlsetlch, DArcy, 22 Cloverdale Road LY. 

Moffatt. Harold, 573' 2 Vaughan Road OB. 

Mogavero. William, 828' j Yonge Street KI. 

Mohan. Michael. 28 Ava Road MO. 

Monette. Peter, 17 Sprucehlll Avenue OR. 

Moreau. Maurice. 114 Tyrrel Avenue LO. 

Mueller. John. 35 White Avenue MU. 

Mullen. James. 226 Gledhlll Avenue OR. 

Nash. Joseph, 930 Kingston Road HO. 

Nealon, Patrick. 78 Homewood Avenue 

Noonan. James, 226 Rose Park Drive HY. 

Ochlplntl, Joseph, 2592 Danforth Avenue OB. 

I I'Connor, James, 17 Wenonah Drive, Port Credit 

O'Donnell, Ronald, 48 Gort Avenue. Alderwood 

O'Orady, Kenneth. 180 Garden Avenue LA 

O'Neall. Michael. 73 Orchard Park Boulevard HO 

O'Neill. Frank. 89 Dunn Avenue LA. 

ORellly. Chas.. 135 Cumberland Street MI. 

O'Rourke. Donald. 36 Gough Avenue OE. 

Paap. Donald. 682 Euclid Avenue ME. 

Partlanil. William, 64 Rlverriew Gardens LT. 

Payne. John. 132 Jame Street LY. 

Peacock. John. 5 Ridley Gardens LA. 

Pearce. Leonard. 134 Cameron Avenue LY. 

PhUllps. David. 2 Bishop Street BA. 

Ponzo. William. 140 Lakeshore Road. Mlmlco 

Popowlch. Nicholas. 16 Church Street. Mlmlco 

Potvln. Patrick. 262 Niagara Street West 

Purvis, John, 79 Falcon Street LY. 

Qulnllvan. Don. 60 Orchard Park Boulevard OR. 

Rawley, Donald, 17 Harper Avenue HY. 

Reddy, James, 106 St Clarens Avenue LL. 

Redmond. John, 18 HoUey Avenue, Weston 

Regan, WlUlam, 9 Kings Garden Road LY. 

RelUy, Frank, 35 Pears Avenue BA. 

Riley, Paul, 216 Carlton Street RA. 

Roes, Kenneth. 75 Dunnlngton Drive . HO. 

Ryan, James. 207 Forest Hill Road HY. 

Ryan. Edmond. 123 Sherwood Avenue MO. 

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GRADE X;3 (Continued) 

tho rixMij sits Bill Leigh; a nuiinstuy in t)ii' 
Libniiv ami lilcf Club. Joe Halleron, tlic hoy 
with ixM-sdimlity plus, is at liis di-sk \vritiii<r liis 
article for the Doiihlc-Hluc. Bill Letterlo, acf- 
liitrli iiiiin III' the class, is c<)iii|)ariii}; iiolcs witti 
Jim Powell, anotlicr top "rimiicr, wlit-ii it comes 
to bombarding-' those lii<rh marks. .Jim spends bis 
spare time in flir Lihraix and <iebatinf^ clubs. 
Hack in the corner. Joe Houlton, the Thurible 
rep, is h;istilv catchinLr iip on his History notes. 
lleli>inj; him is Walter Knizel, a fast -skat in}.' and 
trit'kj' stick-handlinfr forward for the Bantam 
hockey sipiad. Walter is an erstwhile pal of 
Reynold McOarron, hiy:h-.seorin}!- ace for the X :! 
House Lea<rMe hockey club. Ron MacDonald, with 
his disarminir smile, is freltiii-r .-i little help in 
Latin from Leo Joyce. These bo\- wrre terrors 
in tile Senior House Lea<riie Hockey i'opping it 
off we find John McGillion hlowinir his horn at 
the back of the room. 

Joe Houlton 



GRADE X - 4 

AIthou}?h I fuU.v realize that I'm asking you 
to risk your satiity, let's take a look into the 
private lives of a few of the staunch students 
of good old X-4. 

If you happen to be in the room a few minutes 
before 9 a.m. chances are you will see Happy 
Daniels and Mike Lisko tlirowin;? a few piuu-hes 
at each ether. Harry and Mike both played Ban- 
tam football this year. Heartily tryin<r to spur 
the battle on, you'll find Frank O'Reilly, an 
upstanding member of our Library t'lub. Off in 
another corner you'll find such noblemen as John 
Liota, Bernard Farley, Ed Kieman and Joe Mor- 
fitt, talking over their scholastic trouble. All 
four are members of Mr. Borre's music class. Tak- 
ing a quick glance at the more scholarly division 
of X-4 we notice that Charles Pegis luibitually 
walks off with top honours. Charles is also a 
fine upstanding meiiiber of Ye Olde St, huki's 
Society. Looking around for more scholarly ma- 
terial, we find that Vince Pillo is doing verv well. 
We expect great things from Vince. 

As the morning bell rings we see Paul McCann 
and Bob Lundy ruthlessly wrestling in the last 
aisle. Both boys are Bantam footballists. Step- 
ping in there to throw a few ])unehes at both, 
and proclaim himself complete conqueror, is Jim 
Jerome, your Thurible rep. All three are soon 
quieted under the firm hand of Fr. Wilson. With 
no regard for poor old Mr, O'Brien, Doug Mono- 
han, a fine junior rugby player, and Tony Fusco, 
another of our scholarly gents, talking about 
their e,s«'apades while plajing for St. Brigid's in 
C.Y.O. hockey this year. And then just when 
we're ready to bid farewell to X-4 Avho should 
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GRADE IX -5 (Continued) 

Ryan, Terrence. 22S2 Queen Street, bet HA eT70 

Sallna. Prank. 24 Concord Avenue OL 1823 

Sampana. Vincent. 163 ChrUUe Street. U> 3043 

Sauve. John, S Strathoona Avenue HA. 1131 

Uheehan. Boa*. 95 UcRoberu Avenue KB 5SM 

Wheater. WUIIam. 284 Olenholme Avenue LA WW 



GRADE IX -6 



Frier. John. 136 McCaul Street 

Hanaon. Thomaa, 100 Kent Road. . 

Johnaon. John. 183 B«nff Road 

McDonoush. Jo*.. 221 St. Oeorge Street.. 

Skelton. Ron. 713 Lanadowne Avenue. . 

Smith. John. 86 Auburn Avenue 

Smith. Lfo. 31 Oalnsboro Road 

Smith. Richard. S3 Church Street. Ulmicu 

Steer. Edward. 106 Nairn Avenue. Lakevtew 

Stewart. Wm. Eric, 864 Kln«aton Road 

Stock. James. 86 Station Road. Mlmico . 

Sullivan. John. Mineola Road. Port Cred.t 

rfwecney. Jami-s. 87 Dentonia Park Avenue 

TalC. Arthur. 35 Ardnu>re Road 

Tardlf. Oaston. 1038 Pape Avenue 

Torella. John. 723 Durle Street. 

Trace. William. Apartment IWl. Oeco, Oii'.uikj 

Tuck. John. 79 Raglan Avenue 

Turner. Edward. 227 Pranklln Avenue.. 
Vlllari. Leon, 3 Olebemount Avenuc 
Walsh, William. 51 Mann Avenue. 
Watson. Joseph. 767 Pape Avenue 
Weaver. Oeraid, 88 Langford Avenue 
Whelan, Barry. 93 Olebemount Avenue 
Wilson. Ernest. 30 Wychwoo<l Avenue. 

Wrona. Joseph. 1937 Davenport Road 

Zlngrone. FYank, 129 Raglan Avenue 
Zucchero, Salvatore. 1544 Queen Street West . 



GRADE XIII - 1 



Balfour. Ron.. 133 Kenwood Avenui- 
Bolton, Ron.. 795 Coxwell Avenue 

Bourne. Ken.. 150 Lawrence Avenue West 

Chiaramonte. Mike. 485 Church Street 

Coffey. John. 27 Valley View Gardens 

Cormack. Geo , 179 Kane Street 

Comgan. D'Arcy, 132 Bessborough Drive 

CrHlg. Jim. 305 Cranbrooke Avenue 

Cudmore, Jack. 63 Wallace Avenue 

DeCourcy. Jos.. 373 Sunnyslde Avenue 

Deneault. Ron.. 77 Orchard Park Boulevard 

DeSouze. Prank. 1082 Bloor West 

Dllworth. Alan. 37 Cavendish Avenue . 

Dopp. Paul. 72 Parkway Avenue 

Foley. Hubert. 60 Humber.slde Avenue 
F'oy. Dennis. 52 Roxborough Dilve . . 

Foy. Terry. 52 Roxborough Drive 

Grossi. Fred. 128 Ronce»valles Avenue 
Hashimoto. Dan. 390 King Street West 
Holmes. Art. 29 Strathgowan Avenue .. 

James. Wm.. 300 Vesta Drive 

Jensen. Victor. 3 Weymouth Avenue 
Johnston. Ed.. 230 Glenrose Avenue 
Keenan. John. 7 Hubbard Boulevard 
Kelso. John. 1434 King Street West 

Legge, Robt.. 40 Haslett Avenue 

Llngeman. Don. 121 Colbeck Street 

MacOregor. Dick. 25 8th Street. Noranda, P. Q. 

MacNell. Hector. 119 Howard Park 

McBrldt. Joseph. 145 Church Street. IClnUco. . . 

Mllnc. Don. 328 Beech Avenue 

Morrison. Tom. 47 Douglas Drive 

Nerllch. Harold. 351 Inglewood EWve 
O'Connor. Art. 54 Princeton Road 
O'Connor, Gerry. 80 Rlvercrest Roa.l 

Pelletler. Vincent. 2640 Yonge Street 

Prendergast. D'Arcy. 124 Crescent Road 
Prendergast. John 60 South Drive 
Roach. Wilfrid. 130 Inglewood Drive 
Robertson. Craig. 121 Oough Avenue 

Rusak. Stan. 1821 Davenport Road 

Ryan. Jos.. 207 Old Forest Hill Road 

Schuster. James. 875 Lansdowne Avenue 

Uhrln. Ed.. 37 E^iclid Avenue 

Vallquette. Murray. Smooth Rock Palls. Ontario. 

Wlnslow. Copley. 181 Westminster Avenue 

Young. John. 88 Wells Street .. 

Zemsta. Marian. 245 St. Clarens Avenue 



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Arthurs. Don. 2 Spruce Street. Espanola. Ont 

Blalney. Ernest. 106 Albany Avenue KE 2291 

Blanchard. Eton. 48 Hampton Avenue GE 4857 

Brown. Ed . 284 Lytton Boulevard HU 9021 

Burns. Michael. 2124 Jane Street. Weston 189W 

Burtnlak. Michael. RR. No. 2. Niagara Falls. Ont 

Caswell. Wm.. 533 Copeland Street. North Bay 

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GRADE X.4 (Continued) 

dash in btit a U'w niori- musicians, in the (xt- 
sojiagc of Ron Doyle, Doug Cocklin, Carl Black 
well, John Orr, and Bryan Malone. Kvcryonc, 
the ohject of Mr. Horre's fine rcniHrks. Then in 
all his fjrandciir and splendour, in comes the most 
important man {!) in the room. Our own mission 
rep , Andy Maxwell. 

There now, that wasn't too hard on you, was 
itt Jim Jerome 



GRADE X-5 

Without any hesitation we enter X-5 to meet 
the famous members of this class. Jack Soche 
has great ability in the Dcbatin}: field In tlic 
way of sports he is an pxccllcnt tennis player. 
The amiable manner of Frank Rush makes friends 
for him easily. Besides being a top scholar lie 
was the centre for the champion football team 
in the Junior House Leajruc. Mike Sandford likes 
all sports, but especially favours hockey and 
lacrosse. Mike did his share in keepinj; up the 
good name of S^t. Mike's on the Bantam football 
team. Elam Scala was a star half-back in the Jun- 
ior House Ijeague football team. On X-5's hockej- 
team he played a prominent part. 

There is a very jolly fellow that answers to 
the name of Norm in our room, who sleeps in one 
of the front seats, and is very brilliant when 
awake. Gerald Pare and Ken Tomlinson are 
interested in radio. On ^Mondays ami Wednes- 
days Gerry teaches the other members of the club. 
Peter Wood prefers to be called "Wood" and 
not "Woods," played for the Preps. 

Paul Wilson 



GRADE IX - 1 

Our class of lX-1 is by no means different from 
any other first form as we also have individuals 
in the class who do something around the school. 
Joe Corrigan — played for the Bantam Rugby 
team and is the Thurible rep.. Art Clune— starred 
for the Bantam Hockey and Rugby teams. He 
sold the tickets for the Senior Rugby games in 
his room ; Ed Plata — is the high-scoring forward 
for the Bantams. John Clark — another hockey 
star, showed his talent for the Minor-Bantams, 
Ron Cantwell — assisted Fr. Ruth's Minor-Ban- 
tams into the playoffs. Peter Boulton— takes no 
back seat because he is the boy who lead his class 
all years in marks. Don Beauvais — spent his spare 
time i)laying rugbv with Fr. Wilson's Bantam 
entry, jerry Bums — doesn't let his size inter- 
fere with his desire to play hockey. The "Mighty 
Midget" played for the Minor-:\Iidgets. Marshall 
Belous — was another top student, his closest op- 
ponent being none other than Hugh Brown. Ken 
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GRADE XIII - 2 (Continued) 

Cole. Oerald. 42 Bluon Boad South. Oiti»w» 

Corcoran. Prank, 234 BcMtMroucb Drive MO. IftM 

Cranler, Robt., 1313 10th Ave. B.. Lethbrldce. Alta... 

Daniel. Vincent, 7 KGCkrn Avenue LA tlMI 

Oayowakl, Ted. 101 Tremor Road. Noraada. P.Q 

Oeffand. Uury, 92 Shanlejr Street lO. 1061 

Otllevet. Joe,, Mi 6th Street. New Torooto 

Hannlgan, Oord.. 137 3rcl Avenue, Schumaeber. Ont . . 

Hill. Don. 38 Cherltan Street • HU. OOM 

Ivereen, Norm., 8 Spruce Avenue. Mipanola, Ont. _ 

Jamea. Paul. 300 Veata Drtve MO 1274 

Jarvla. Keith. 38 Sproat Avenue 0«. 1740 

Kohek, Joe. 240 »icCaul Street lO. MM 

Landry. Bd.. 35 Bedford Park Avenue BU. TOW 

LaRonde. Don., Sullivan, Quebec 

Lauber, Conrad. 384 BeUlze Drive KT. WM 

Laws, Prank. OB Cberrywood Avenue KK. 4ai» 

Leeo. Stephen. 734 Richmond Street Weat 

McDonach. Wm.. Aneonvllle. OnUrlo 

McOowan. Leo. S8 Earlaoourt Avenue K£ M44 

Mogan. Paul. 27 CavendUh Avenue . . HO 1*34 

Mohan. Thoe . 28 Ava Bowl MO 1781 

Murphy. Jas. S.. 238 Woodmount Aventw 

Murphy. John J.. 164 Coldwater Road W., OrUlia. Ont. 

NIcholaon. BM.. Marmora. Ontario 

O'Oorman. John. 19 Tjmdall Avenue li 3054 

ottenbrtte, Wilfrid. 1137 Brock St, S.. Whitby. Ont. 

Pick. Ambrose. Barry's Bay, Ontario 

Plgott. Ronald, 358 Bay Street. Hamilton 

PoBlvy. Steve. 41 Mayfleld Avenue LY 0472 

Poulton. Stan., 700 Ontario Street BA. MOO 

Primeau. Joe. Jr.. 87 Rlvervlew Oardena JO. 2Mi 

Rawley, John, 17 Harper Avenue HT. 0717 

Schlhl. Norm.. 48 Courtwrtght St.. Port Erie. N 

Sheehan. Paul. BO St. Paul St W.. St. Catharlnaa. Ont. 
Sklmln. Robt.. 2881 LewUlon Rd.. Niagara PIkUa. M.T. 

Turner, James. Bear Island. Ontario 

Whelan. Peter. RR. No. 1. Aldersbot. Ontario 

Youi«. Martin, 23 Claude Avenue . LA 8444 

GRADE XIII ■ 3 

Artuso. Bruno, 64 Brandon Avenue 

Bean. Gordon. 43 Tyndall Avenue LA. 7232 

Belak, Nicholas. 298 Elm Ave . Temlakamlng. Ont. 

Boyd. Jos.. 14 Leeds Avenue .... LO 2435 

Cachla. John. 65 Gllmou.'- Avenue ME 3<C» 

Carter. M. Don.. 327 Victoria Park Avenue HO S4B4 

Cavanagh, J. Fred. 17 Balrd Avenue OE 8404 

Clune. Don. 13 Westminster Avenue LL 2981 

Cudmore. Pat.. 2867 Yonge Street. Apartment 7 . HU 4508 

Currte. PaiU. 38 Brookfleld Street LA 8808 

DesMarchals. Bern., 599 Jarrts Street RA 2492 

DolenskI Leon, 510 Weston Road JV 9025 

Doty. Melville, 20 Dixon Avenue HO 2786 

Penton. Wm., 487 Stralhmore Boulevard HO 2768 

Plore, John. 331 Manning Avenue Ml. 3195 

Porestell, Paul. 31 Phlpps Street. Port Erie. Ont 

Glaschl. Frank. 14 EKjnc.in St . HunUvllle, Ont. . 

Glynn. Paul. 68 Snowdon Avenue HU 3252 

Golan. Anthony. 1275 Queen Street Weat KK 0753 

Hatton, Dave. 15 James Street. Long Branch 

Henahan. John. 358 Brookdale Avenue HU. 0416 

Hlgglns. Greg.. 79 Bessborough Drive MO 5002 

Houlahan. Ed.. Dashwood. Ontario. RB. No. 2 

Hurley. (Prank) John. 509 JarvU Street ... RA 2492 

Keast. George. Copper Cliff. Ontario 

Keenan. Wm.. 29 Rosedale Helghta Delve MD 5387 

Kehoe. Frank. 21 Rlvercrest Road LY. 2684 

Lyon*. Dartd. 32 Whitehall Road MI. 9311 

MacLellan. Robt.. 116 Strath Avenue MO. 1300 

McCarthy. Justin. 101 Lappln Avenue 

McGovem. Albert. 247 Evelyn Avenue JU. 8820 

Malone. Clare. 35 Raglan Avenue LA 1284 

Marrln. Pat. 81 Armstrong Avenue OL 4876 

Meade. John. 48 Cherltan Street MA 8468 

Mikula. Charles. Box 136. Temlskamlng. P. Q 

Mooney, Denis. 56 de Salaberry Avenue. Quebec. P.Q. 
Mulhall. Gerald. RR. No. 1, Jessoprtlle. Ontario 

Mulrooney. Ray. 611 Sammon Avenue OR 6156 

Normandln. Normand. Bale Comeau. Quebec . 
O'DrlscoIl. John. 142 Plm Street. Sault Ste. Marie 

O'Nell. Gerald. 571 Dovercourt Road LL 1217 

Ottone. Richard. 390 Huron Street KI. 2340 

Pearce. Wm A. South Porcupine. Ontario 

Piatt. Don.. 36 Lockwood Roa.l OR 7362 

Poulton. Don. 709 Ontario Street RA 6860 

Prendergast. Wm.. 60 South Drive RA 2315 

Qulnn. CoUln. 58 Summit Crescent. Westmount. Que. 

Ryan. Ed. J.. Uptergrove. Ontario 

Scale. Alfred. 325 Upplmcott Street ME. 3103 

Skaln. Frank. 106 Wells Street LO. 7930 

Smith. Jeffrey. 75 Ingle»-ood Drive HY. 7911 

Smith. H. Nell. RR. No. 1. St. Catharlnea. Ont 

Taylor. John. 213 North Mltton Street. Samta 

Tlpold, Peter, 68 London Street ME 0806 

Travers. Karl. 326 Cranbrooke Avenue HO. 9590 

Volpe. Rocco. 94 Nealon Avenue GE 3045 

Walker, J. Robt.. 77 Jedburgh Road MO. 6759 



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GRADE IX . 1 (Continued) 

Oarvell — it in said this boy did a tfrcat ji)b col- 
lect iii^' iiioiu'v from the boys for the iiiissionH, 
Garry Brioux - followiiif? in the footsteps of his 
brother, (lany playe<l for Fr. (iorinan's power- 
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Joe Corrigan 



GRADE IX -2 

It is five to nine; tlie bell is ringing; the 
stairs are b<'ing trampled. The time is now nine 
o'clock and two scores of boys can be seen tread 
ing the way to lX-2, then Mr. Uannon enters to 
commence the day with Business Practice. 

Repeating this fashion every day, IX-2 paced 
the year in much interest. One of the many 
cultured bo\s. Richard Featherstone, a storm of 
brains, was always tigliting; for first place in the 
report race and with unending perseverance he 
succcede<l constantly. This room raised a trio of 
Minor-liantams, two being Farrell Crook and 
John Gallagher. Crook did a fine job between 
the pipes, crooking the opposing forwards of 
goals tor Fr. Uuth's fighting Irish. Gallagher too, 
aid well, scoring many a counter from inc right- 
wing. The other player placed wellup in the 
academic department, he was a capable defence- 
man, stopping many a forward with his checks. 

The library club adopted John Dorron, one of 
Mr. t'aye's prodigies who handled well his chores 
in the book-chambers. The Glee-Club occupied 
the mind of Don Flynn, one of those boys un- 
proving their talent of warbling. A rival of 
the brainstorm namely Bill Canning did very well 
during the detestful nine months, averaging 
second most of the time. 'Tis said he is a fair 
ball player. Besides cartoonists IX-2 consisted 
of an artist who answered to the name of George 
Franks. George printed most posters and signs 
seen around the school. 

Among the representatives of IX-2 were Mike 
Evans and Mike DesRoches. Evans as mission 
rep. and DesRoches as the Double-Blue rep. al- 
ways suffered on publishing day when all the 
subscribers raided him of his papers. He also 
drew cartoons and wrote articles for the paper 
which he sold to all his chums. Joe Greenham 
and Bob Dowy worked hard and satisfactorily 
as Rosary-Pledge reps. The Thurible i-ep. Bill 
Cranor Avas the one who summed all the year s 
activities in IX-2 for the Thurible. Hugh Kelly 
was a trumpeter for the band. 

In closing I would like to take the privilege 
of thanking our home-room teacher, Mr. Faye, for 
all he has done for this class. 

Bill Cranor 



MINOR MIDGETS 
(Continued from I's^e 49) 

Paul BrioQX is the brain trust. Ilifi M'orini; also 
is well u|> among the leaders and his general all 
around plav suggests to the spectator that he is 
a veteran. I say this because Paul evades tnnible 
and wiKoly avoidn that KuiH-rfluous skating which 
many hockey players adopt. The veteran Sweeney 
Schriner possibly has a prodigy in canny Paul. 

The Ihike, what a man, Duke has plenty of 
hockey skill. His heart is that of a lion's. AgainKt 
De I>a>Nalli' in the group finals he subbed for an 
absent Mickey Knowlton (Mickey was n«tt at 
fault for not being present at the game). 

In the ensuing crisis Duke offeretl his service-, 
as goal-keeper. Without goal-pa<ls, without goal- 
stick and the rest of a goalie's regalia he played 
remarkably, superbly and inspirationally. In hi* 
regular attire he allowed but two goals. This 
game serves as a tribute also to St. .Mike's team 
which never stopped checking, never stopped 
skating, and never gaxf up in the face of Hliimst 
certain defeat. 

Jerry Bums, Joe Bcanlon and Norm Piatt arc 
typi.'al Irish hocUi-y iilaycr.>. Kii'li Im.v knows tlic 
game inside out, each turned in brilliant efforts 
on the team's behalf, each is a true St. Mike's 
man. 

Displaying fine positional Inxkcy tliroughout 
the season the Minor-.Midgcts copped the Prep 
Group title in two straight over De l.aSalle. Came 
the semi-final series with Williams Tobacco. This 
hand-picked crew was definitely the team to bea; 
for the city honours; composed of many players, 
the Williams squad boasted of two players al- 
ready signed by Toronto Maple Leafs. 

The first encounter resulted in a 2-0 defeat 
for St. Michael's. Scoring a goal in the first and 
second jteriods the winners showed an edge in 
territorial i'lay. A combination of fine fore- 
checking by Dick Beck and Ron O'Heam and 
some excellent defensive work by the Fitzgerald 
twins assisted Mickey Knowlton in repeatedly 
turning back the opposition. The Irish attack 
was led !)> George Sarkisian, Joe Scanlon and 
Paul Brioux. Only ilic outstanding work of the 
Williams goalie kept them off the score sheet. 

The second game resulted in the elimination of 
the Irish by a :^() score. True to the fighting 
tradition of St. Michael's teams the Minor Mid- 
gets, outweighed but not outgamed, battled fur- 
iously until the final whistle. Although Knowlton 
blocked magnificently it doesn't follow that th" 
losers were outplayed. They weren't, it was 
merely that the Williams team wore down the 
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The checking of Joe Scanlon, Ronnie O'Heam 
and Wally Wolochatiuk, the blocking of Bev 
Burke and the fine offensive thru.sts of George 
Sarkisian and Dick Beck highlighted the Irish 
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GRADE IX. 3 

Our (hiss til' l.\ A \- III All iLi.n" --iiuh'iit class. 
R<lt tlii-i'c is line f\('i'|ii Kill, aiitl lliat is Oeorge 
LaPrairie who sceins to sleep by day and work 
by nijrht. 

This class consisis of tiiii-i>-iiiii«' impils. jhhI 
some of tlu'iii have (|uitc a time in the various 
a(?tivities about the school, lu the sports iiicturc 
we have from last .\(iirs Mantam Football tiMin. 
Larry Lancefield who played a wonderful }:ame 
at snap, and Gordon Kaelble who i)laycd on tho 
line beside Larr> . 

This season's hockey ahont the school jiroduced 
a lot ol' ]zoiu\ players such as Paiil Knox, the star 
centre player tor the Minor-liantatiis. and Walter 
Lee, W'ho played on the forward line tin- ijii' I'.an- 
tams. 

House T.eafruc li<>ike,\ has also pepped up some 
players who can play for a St. .Mike's team next 
year. Jim Hubert and Paul Rogers starred in goal 
and on the line with some fine display of hockey. 
Others were Ron Halal, Gordon Kaelble, who eame 
within one iroal of winniny: the seorinf? honours. 
Frank Kelly and Barrett Healy on the defence 
corp, Larry Lancefield and John Leonard were 
the best pair with Francis Kenny as alternate. As 
for activities of various clubs. Frank Kelly repre- 
sents the St. Luke Society, and is also a first- 
class student. The Radio Club has Francis Kenny 
who is close behind Kelly in his studies. 

Gordon Kaelble 



GRADE IX - 4 

The class of lX-4 is made up of 49 students, 
with averafife intellijrenee. The smartest of these 
being Irvin Luptak, H. 'Wriscinski and R. Knowl- 
ton. 

Being only first form boys they are looked 
down upon by the seniors. But .iust the same 
the.v uphold their end in sports and other school 
activities. As proof of this statement here are 
some of the sportsmen and representatives of 
organizations and societies. In the way of Rugby 
we have R. McGovem and B. Riordan who played 
for the Bantams. Also on the rugby topic is 
(Jeorge Macey, who played "snap" for the Jun- 
iors. 

The hockey season brought in more honours 
for IX- i. On the Minor-Bantams there was L. Mc- 
Gravy, Charles McCarthy and Tom McCarthy 
who .showed tome neat stick handling. Jack Lon- 
ergan helped the Bantams to the finals last season. 
On the Minor-Midget defence was Dan McCarthy, 
and the last hockey name in this class is B. Tat- 
tersal, seen last year starring with the Sham- 
rocks. 

Leaving all these "Hall of Fame" boys we now- 
come to the representatives. There is B. Beau- 
mont and B. Riordan, who endlessly prey on the 



bo\s ..t l.\ I I'.'i' til.' iiiisoions R. Cartton looks 
after advertising for the Oramatie >>oeiety. If 
you wotdd lik" to know who I am. then look at 
the signature at the bottom of this write-up and 
you will SCI- wliii was the Tliuril)le representa- 
tive. 

In this cl'isinv |>iua^.'r apn, I would like lo s«v 

that Mr. Burke, our home-room teacher, is respon- 
sible for the good academic progress in !X-4. Not 
only in Latin (which he teaches^ but in the other 
subjects an well. 

K D row«n 



GRADE IX -5 

As I Inol; lj;irl< (in this scliool year which is 
rapidlv drawintr to a close, I find that IX-') lias 
had many hockey stars and a few football stars. 

Bill Partland plaved for St. Mike's Bantam 
football teaiM and for lX-.')'s championship House 
League team. He also pla.ved for Holy Familv 
Bautam hockey team alo?ig with Frank O'Neill 
and Paul Megaffin. Mick Popowick, who played 
for the House League Hocke\- Team, was always 
good for a goal or more each game. Johnny Red 
mond played House Lcat'iie ho<-kev an<l House 
Iy<>asrui> football. Michael Mohan, Blanrice Morean 
and Jim Ryan all plavi-d for Holy Rosary Minor 
Bantams. Michael Mohan aNo flayed for St 
Mike's Minor-Bantams. James O'Connor played 
hockey for St. Mar.\ 's P.an^ams. he is also a ver>' 
good student. John Purvis played goal for the 
HouseLeagueHoekey team. he also played goal for 
St Monica's He helped very much to bring the 
House Ijeague championship to IX-5. He al«c> 
played House League football. Dave Phillips 
played Minor-ilidget hockey for St. Peter's ant' 
played House League hockey. Mike Gemla play 
ed hockey for St. Patrick's Midtrcts and also for 
the Hoiisr League feam. John Pajme and Ker 
Ross 1> iih !i!a\ed for the House League team and 
Joe Occhipinti was the Hnuse Ijeague Hocke^ 
team's big manager. D'Arcy Misetich iilaved with 
the House League team, aloutr with John Mnellar. 
Leonard Pierce and Ronald O'Donnell. Bill Ma 
gavero i)laved for Marv of Angel's Bantam hockey 
team, and he played both House League hoekev 
and football. Jerry Bissette plays in the school's 
band and for the House League hockey team. 
Ken O'Grady is the only one on St Mike's Ban 
tani hockey team from IX-'i. Frank Salina, who 
is our athletic representative. aKi. played goal 
for the House IcaL'tie team at the beginning of 
the season. 

Charles O'Reilly represents IX-") in the Glee 
Club. 

Frank Reilly, who is our mission representa- 
tive, and helped IX-") a great deal to keep them 
up near the top of the list Don Paap is «n'.r Double 
Blue representative. 

Paul Megaffin 



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GRADE IX . 6 

Well — licMi' \\c are at the first little door 
of the niiith-^railc alley, namely Nine-six. 

Knock - kiioek. 

"I say, somebody knocked," a eouple of stu- 
dents chorus as we enter the twenty-seven stu<lent 
classroom. There is a hush aiul everybody li'-fjins 
to work once again. 

As we look upon the students we notice the 
two prabby-boys, Ernie Wilson and Ron Skelton. 
Ernie who has n h\<z frrin for everybody, cspee- 
ially the tenclwrs, is ;i faithful iiitMnhcr of the 
Shamrocks. Ron Skelton and Joe Wrona are two 
standout i>layers on the Bantams. Ron is a real 
goal-fret ter. 

Our {raze travels on to see John Tuck and Bill 
Trace; the two leaders in the academic depart- 
ment. J<)h)i (the hot seller and representative 
of the Do\ible-Blue) managed to stand first most 
of the year with Hill close on his tail especially in 
the Easter E.xams. Other noteworthy members 
ill tliis department are Jim Sweeney aiu' John 
Freer. 

JTo. ho! and now we lay our eyes on the fellows 
who fought vflliantly for the name of TX-6 in the 
House Leapne Hockey. Barry Whelan was a 
standout in iroal. The fellow whose monkey-like 
antics in class obtain a jjrin from nearly every- 
one. Bnrrv has a wise crack when thinfjs {ret 
dull. 

Ed. Turner, Joe McDonough, John Tuck, Jim 
Block and Jim Sweeney were the main perfornn-rs 
for a losintr cause in the House Leajrue Hockey. 

John Freer is the active mission representative 
who maiiajred to imsb lX-6 up into the big five 
and keep them there. Frank Zingrone who, when- 
ever he besrins those descriptive narratives of his, 
most fellows look on with eyes a-jronrprled. 

And now our eyes rest on Salvatore Zucchere 
and John Johnson, two very active altar boys 
of the Junior Sodality. I care to mention that 
this John Johnson is quite a fellow. He is an 
altar boy, drummer, can dance, act a bit and is 
also, aloufr with Bill Walsh, a very active member 
of the Library Club and as one of the teachers 
once said. "What can't John Johnson do?" Our 
eyes hit a sunny spot and there find the blond 
head of Leo Smith, who always manages to liven 
things up between periods with bananas and 
oranges, and beholds Murray Tait, a very con- 
cerned member of the Radio Club, who must be 
surprising Father Houde. 

We now bid yon good-bye and leave you with 
the best regards of IX-6 classroom. 

Ernie Wilson 



MIDGETS 

'< "ontinuccl trom I'age 47) 

We shall call the other line, the seeond line, 
althoutrh they were in no way inferior to the fintt 
one. 

Nicky Romagnolo was the centre of thiH line 
and was easily the suioothest skater on the elub. 
His scoring ability shows its<'lf in the fact that 
"Nicky" has 2 or :i hat tri<'ks to his credit. 

Joe Mihilson, getierally known as the fastest 
skater on the .Midgets, scored many goals while 
flashing in on the right wing. Joe was a great 
playinaker and scored at every opportunity. 

Alan McOillivray is best known for his back- 
checking ability although he was fourth in the 
highest scoring honoiii-^. !!<■ whipped many goals 
by op))osing iroalies 

With Rod, Roy and Ed Brown, along with the 
rejuvenated s<'cond line and the ".N. H. L." first 
line, the team has a very good chance to cop 
the King Clancy Series. They have alrea«ly 
defeated the teams "to beat" and with plenty 
of the "old fight" and Father Flanagan's guid- 
ance are cpiotcd as even odds with Bellac for 
the title. Ian McAllister 

BANTAMS 

(Continued from Page 50) 
put St. Michael's ahead in the first game. But 
Leaside kept fighting back till they M-on-d three 
goals. That put the Irish one down in the two 
out of three game series. Another loss would 
put them out. The situation looked grim when. 
at half-time in the second game, the score stood 
at 1-0 for Leaside. But the .arallant Gaels came 
back to tie the score. The second line of O'Grady, 
Clancy and Logan showed tndy remarkable Irish 
courage as they checked their heavier rivals to 
a standstill. 

The next two games were thrilling. »ee-saw 
battles in which each team scored once. With the 
score deadI<K'ked 1-1 and but one minute and ten 
seconds left in the fifth game. ljeasi<le flipped in 
the wiiming goal to end the Bantams hopes of a 
T.H.L. title. . 

SHAMROCKS 

(Continued from Page 48 
On the offensive end of the team Mr. Hawk 
shaw has on the first line Frank Elliott, the lead 
ing scorer flanked by John Dutsch and "blazinp' 
Bill Tattersall. On the second line there is George 
Barrett and his wingmen "Flash" Fordham and 
Doug Sachs. Now last but not least that clever 
little sniper Ernie Wilson who divided his time 
between the two lines. 

Although they were unsuccessful in their bid 
for the groiij) championship. Mr. Hawkshaw's 
squad displayed the spirit and fight which has 
always been the characteristic of every St. Mich- 
ael's "team. F. Elliot 



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SENIOR FOOTBALL 

(('oiitimied from Page 53) 

pprifiu'e, developed into h very fast baek, and 
Wiis one of I lie hardest tnclderK on the team. He 
will star next year with his jrreat speed and 
heart. 

Walter Clutie, playinjr scniin- lor I hi- liisi lime, 
il('vel()])('(l into a fast, hard rnniiei-, lie made ex- 
cellent nse of deception in hall handling; in the 
hack field. At all times he was a fierce tackier 
and hlockcr. We look for him to star next year. 

Oerry Ctoodwin, makin<r the h\<! .jnmp from 
hantam, fidfilled all expectations. His kickinjr. 
passin}r and open feild ruiuiinj; left little to Ih; 
desired. 

John Pretidergast, jilayinsr at rijj;ht end. excelled 
in tacklin<r and pass receivinjr. A hip. lanky 
yonncster. he ])ossessed i)lenty of fi<rht. 

Ed Brown saw a lot of action at snaj) and as 
the season pr-ojrressed he hecann> outstandiiifr at 
that spot. With a bigr, ran<ry bnihl. he was well 
fitted for center. He rarely made a had snap 
and tackled fiercely on defen.se. 

Jack Shanahan, an inexperienced yomifrster at 
first, developed almost overnijrht into a top flifrht 
performer at inside. He has all the makings of 
a star; he is a terrific eharjrer and has a jrreat 
fightinsr heart. A sure fire <rreat next year. 

Dennis Sullivan was another rookie who rose 
to trveat heights as the season progressed. He 
relieved at both middle and inside positions. Built 
like a tank, he charged like one too. He should 
be great next year. 

John Hough was one of those old fashioned 
deadly tackling ends. In s])ite of a few in.iuries, 
John i>layed fine football and we look for big 
tilings from him next autinnn. 

Ernie Harwich made the big jump from bantam 
to senior. He played a bang up game at end. 
He was full of fight and was a bone rattling 
tackier. A big year next season for him. 

Bill Keenen, a tough inside, was another i)ro- 
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and was a valuable man to have around for 
utility work. 

Mike Scarlett was another fellow who put his 
whole heart into his work. He is a big boy, who, 
with the experience gained last fall, should de- 
velop into a star next year. 

Les Montgomery showed plenty of scrap from 
the inside spot. He revelled in the rough going 
ar.d should be a standout next autumn. 

Tony Golan and John Coffey were two of the 
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JUNIOR FOOTBALL 

(Continued from Pa^e 56) 

The Juniors showed superiority lowiinU ili> 
iMul of the season, \viiitiin<r flicir last three frames 
by a decisive iiuiiki"- The si-ore board at tlie <'n«l 
of the season showed the Irish had 10") points 
for and oidy 70 against, in \vinnin<r five out of the 
nine exhibition games tiny phiMil. 

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BANTAM FOOTBALL 

(Continued from Page 57) 

take and lateralled th' l);ill in the end-zone. A 
Greenwood player fell on it for a free touch- 
down. St. Mike's came back and scored on a 
nice pass from Boles to Lisko. The extra point 
was jjood. F'inal score: (ireenwood 10. St. Mike's 
6. 

The next game ajjainst Greenwood was St. 
Mike's all the way. Sparkled hy lancy nuiiiin^' 
by Tattersal and Corcoran, St. .Mike's made {rood 
jrains. The score came on a short pass froni Mc- 
Oovem to Lisko. Greenwood's passing: combina- 
tion was effeetnally bottled up. The line was 
particnlarly good holding Greenwood to one 
point. Final score 6-1. Beauvais and Sandford 
were outstandinii in this game. Kaelble's kick- 
ing was very good. 

Next canie a playoff for the T. R. U. City 
championship at Viaduct Park. St. Mike'.s started 
off form in the first half. Greenwood fortified 
by some new players made gains along the ground 
and finally Glanders scored a touchdown and a 
single to make the score 6-0. In the second half 
St. Mike's came back strong but seemed to be 
unable to score because the Greenwood middles 
were having a very good day. especially Barett. 
Finally Boles made a 20 yard pass to Fordham 
■who then raced about 25 years to be downed 
on the .goal line. Boles plunged over for the score. 
"Ten seconds to go", said the refreee. Could they 
make the extra point ? The quarterback in th" 
excitement of the moment thought they had to 
get the play over in 10 seconds not remember- 
ing that they would be allowed the usual 20 
seconds for one play. The kick was rushed too 
much and barely missed the post. Tf it had been 
good the score would have been tied and over- 
time would have been played, which looked good 
for St. Mike's. Final score; Greenwood 6. St. 
Mike's 5. But let's forget about might-have- 
beens. Arbour was outstanding in this game with 
several nice catches. 

The season was closed off with a trip to 
Peterborough. There the Bantams sparked by 



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MONKEY BUSINESS 

By Lons HOLLAND 

The Lazy - Bird 
Said the Cockatoo to the Kanjraroo, 
"Let me ride in ycnir pouch for a mile or two." 

The Shmad Man 

in a Collefre School of 
faane and luifrht, 

.\ lad hi\- snoring in his 
nxmi one night. 

There e;nne a taj) upon 
the (h)(il', 

Tiie hid simply sliivered, 

and snored some more. 

Tile brass bell s<Hinded 

its brazen baiul, 
The lad sl^ept on like a 

"nd)" half-canned. 

Then : : 

With the banging and 

smashing of a tip])ing 

b«(d, 

The student awoke for 

liis smiling Flat-head. 

Moral:— 

When the get-up bell rings, and .mmi ti y to lay low, 

You'll end up f)n the floor, like this S..M.<'. Shmoe. 

Tenderheartedness 

Billy, in one of his nice new sashes. 
Fell in the fire, and was burned U\ ashes. 
Now, although the room grows chilTiy, 
I haven't the heart to poke poor Billy. 

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PALESTINE GAZETTE 

By GARY KELLY 

"Friends. Romans, and Countrymen, lend me 
your ears," or, as the Gypsy said, "friends, and 
Roaming Country-men, 'lend me your ears." Due 
to the short and exti-emely \uihappy history of 
the "Boarderline," from lack of finances, the 
paper is dissolved into the Thurible. 

Now. to get on with the ■\\Tite-up :— "Red" 
Ralston, the character from Barrie, was walking 
down Yonge Street, when he carelessly spat on 
the windiow of a Crosley, (not Bing Crosby). He 
broke the windshield, and is now in the infirmary 
(it wMsn't shatterproof glass). 

Plug, his room-mate, hasn't been seen lately; 
I suppose he's buried in his books. Rene Vizx- 
tineau was the "Ball of the Bel'!;" rather "Bowl 
with the Ball," I mean he "Bknv in the Bowl." 
Anyway, he was at the Loa*e1to Dance. Room- 
mate "benny" was also in attendance. Ron Pigott 
is the arti.st on the flat. Just look around this 
page — "Vox Pop," better known as "Henri" Le- 
garre i« leannng English quickly. Domingo "Chi- 
chi Patte" Grillasca, is Mexico's own (he won't 
like that). His foMow inmate, Mike Lanasa, or 
should I say "the roachnender," was home for 
Easter, by rule of thumb. I guess the flat-head 
won't let him home for the Summer Holidays. 
Londoners Knowles and Oswald are still here. 
Mickey Knowlton is seen around here at least 
once a week, never on week-ends. Nick Belak is 
one of the Flat's more studious boys. Martin 
Johnson is pretty lucky with the bones; 1 guess 
anyone would be, if they used his. Dick "the 
money" Crowley is going to have the "disc-ban- 
iiian" after him. He was giving a raw impensona- 
tion of Frankie Laine on Martinea.u'si "noise- 
box." His St. Kitt's i)al Paul Wilson is sti'H toot- 
ing away on his sax. Frank Fera, S. M. O.'s typical 
Sudbury lad. (Rough, tough. Hough, and ready) 
is going home for the Smnimer Holidays. John 
Manuel is the guy, who, in a round-about way, 
always has "fags." 

l^-aviug "P" Alley, we find John Murphy, Ed 
Nicholson, and Sam and Jerry, governing the 
small (h)iin at the far cud of the flat. Sam Hill 
is one of the few "Hog-townei's" on the fiat. Ed- 
ward calls the wild and woolly bushland aroinid 
-Marmora his domicile. Gerry bows on hearing 
the name Port Ck>lbourne. "Turbin" Murphy is 
our "Orillia Outlaw." Comrade Pete Whelan, 'tis 
rumoured, is one of the better Heifer-herders ou 
the flat. "Qeorgie Porgie Puddin' Keast" has 
really got it bad. In fact, I hear George is 
s|X'nding the Summer Vacation in Toronto, I 
wonder why.' Jim Gaffeney is tlie "we did it 
before, and we shall do it again" man on the 
flat. He had hLs chemist rv experiments in on 
flat. 



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DORMITORY DRYDOCK 

By "PEANUTS" .MELLIGAN 

Since the domn has taken both Junior aud 
Senior IToekey titles, we are in a position to sit 
baek and let the other fellows take the Softball 
(•lianii)ionships. We should let the more unfor- 
tunate flats and houses "have a ehanee." 

This has been quite a good year, and, although 
there was no great exeitenient, such as last year's 
fire, searlet feA-er epidemies and "the rat that 
bit people." we still have en.joyed it all. We've 
had our own exeitenient — "the night we stayed 
up to be (piiet," or "the night the door blew open." 

The "night the door blew open," the dorm was 
quiet, and everyone was asleep until arcnind 
I'leven o'eli>ck. Then someone eame in late. The 
dorm-master went out to point out the error, and 
stayed to argue the point. Suddenly the fire- 
eseape door flew open, and the re.sidting draft 
slannned the main door. This bang woke every- 
one up. It wa.s a stormy night, and a blizzard 
liowled around the aneient eaves of the building. 
Richard Carlton braved the snow which blew in 
the door, and slammed it shut. It flew open again. 
For a few monient.s the Orillia lads, Jerry Mac- 
Isaac, Lou Holland and Doug Holland tried to 
ignore the Arctic blas-ts, but "the s-pirit wan will- 
ing, and the flesh was weak." No one likes to 
s<>e flesh frozen, so Louie shivered out of bed and 
i'l()se<l the stubborn door. It flew oix'ii again. 
This time it was Don JIacDonnell who risked his 
neck to climb up and close it. He narrowly 
mis.sed a phinge onto the fire-escapes. 

At this point some of tiie better clowns in the 
dorm began to give out with the best of their 
nonsense. A few of the lads wished to sleep, 
and much hard feeling was aroused, ("hris "Skin"' 
Iredale "had words" with lyouis Holland. 

The next morning, when the half-awake donn- 
ites crawled out of bed, tiieir eyes were indi- 
cators of the sieej) they couldn't get. 

We didn't have any epi<lemics, but Ed U.van, 
from rp-fhe-tirove, caught the mum])s. The only 
fire we had was the butt blaze that didn't blaze, 
and the time Mike Pigott burned his finger on 
hi« cigarette. The usual "y<> - yo thennometer 
readings" prevailed in the dorm at night. 

One night a "buneli of the boysi" were whooping 
it up, and the residt was that "Sparrow" Trans- 
ieau, Oarj- Campbell, and Mike Lalor opened tip 
a shoe-shine agency the next day. 

We'll never forget the day that we all chipix'd 
in and rented an a[)e-siiit for Ivouis Holland, lie 
was a big hit at the Hamilton Cathedral High 
football game. On tlie Saturday after the gann', 
the "Aj>e." escorted by brother Doug, cousin 
.Vick. Harry Hiordan, and Joe MacDonald, man- 
aged to terrify one woman, six .small children, 
and an aged Chinese laundry-man jx'dwlnig a 
bicycle up Hay Street. 



IRISH FLAT 

By LEONARD MARTIN 

The "Irish Flat," the nanne which for many 
years ha.s been wh(isi)ered with awe by all St. 
Mike's students as the home of the JIajoi-s, has 
now been turned into a home for autca.sts from 
the Jews and the Dorm. 

Our "Bluest Boarder" was Gus Salazax, from 
Puebla, Mexico. Having spent two years at St. 
Mike's. Gns has left us. He has done very well 
both in his school work and out-of-school activi- 
ties. All of his friends will miss his blowimg 
around the C.Y.O.'s. 

Our re])resentativc from the land of sugar <'ane 
and rliumba is "Shoulders" (Ron) Brickley of 
Banes. Cuba. Ron is not only the Irish Flat's 
walking encyclopedia, and a ninety per cent 
student, but also quite a football hero. 

Bob Rappatoni is one guy on the flat who 
doesn't believe that "the early bird gets the 
worm," so as u.sual lie strolls into the wa,sli-room 
at seven-ten each morning. Hapi), from the metro- 
]>oIis of Thorold. Ontario, played on the junior 
football team and hopes to play boarder-league 
hockey, if he can make the team. 

Who's the character down in room 236, who 
stuffed himself so badly in the candy-pond one 
night? He spent two weeks in St. Joe's liosjiital 
recuperating. None other than Nick (Bones) 
McRae from Glucose point, (Near Pefferlaw), 
Ontario. 



HOUSE " 99 " 

"In a cavern, in a canyon. 
Excavating for a mine. 
Lived a minor, ninetv-niner, 
And his daughter '99'." 

As they claim the cream of the crop comes 
from Niagara Peniinsula, the fruit-belt, we have 
then six plums (not lemons, Sir!) Iwated at 
IIou.se "99." 

Among the tramps and honourable pensouK are 
Neil Smith, Jim McQuilkin, Buster Battle, Paul 
Sheehan and Paul Forrestel. A brief resume of 
the history of each will put us on an e(|ual 
footing. 

"Smitty" is from the Garden city of St. Kitt's; 
starred in the football team this ye«r at cetitre. 
He is now concentrating on his fifth form s-tu- 
dies. We have to drag Smitty away every morn- 
ing as a lovely vision with red hair pass^'K doAvii 
the street. To find a riMtm-imate who could jnit 
up with .Veil was (juite a problem, but the logical 
fish was found in Buster Battle, another Thorold 
boy. Hus-ter is interested in hockey aud is reported 
to be a fine baseball pitcher. Mis chief fault is. 
however, that he idolizes Ted Willi^ims, that Red 
Sox batter. 



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"HOUSE 90" 

ilany of the boys that supply the line for 
the Boarderline Review, live, sleep and study in 
House 90. Whether the need calls for stringing, 
fishing, washing or phoning, the men of 90 can 
provide 

Perhaps the best way to meet tliese noblemen 
of the boarder clan is to accompany the jn-efect 
as he makes the roimds during a study period. 
Shortly after Father's silveiy-toned bell signals 
the lowering of the iron curtain, an unusual 
silence creeps over the house. 

As wc quietly enter the first room on the 
gronnd floor, Ken Elliot (Xoranda) turns a face 
trently shadowed on tlie upper lip, showing the 
dim evidence that he won the moustaehe-gi-owing 
contest from Hobo Dubois (Hamilton) who con- 
ceded the victory after only six months. Also 
turning to greet us is handsome Roddy Roy (Que- 
bec-) who directs the mnscle-buikling ])rogram for 
his roomies. Stan Serao (Trinidad) and Paul 
.Marra (Amherstburg). Stan causes teacher Roy 
the most trouble since he often refuses to do all 
the homework prescribed by the mail-order course, 
and consequently Paul must do twice the exer- 
ci.se to balance the clas.s. Leaving them as they 
turn back to the books, we find in the next cell 
Jim Lynn (Temiskaming) who tells ns that with 
on<> more payment he and his girl will own that 
st^itionery store and will save heaps of money 
that he othcnvise would have to spend buying 
letter paper. Walter Kraneevic (Xoranda) and 
Joe Marck (Hamilton) both smile a greeting and 
invite us to partake of some goodies from Wall's 
mother, and to admire one of Joe's new paintings. 
Declining the second offer and still munching on 
a cookie, we move into the back room and dis- 
cover that Tony Golan (Toronto), card expert 
and man-about-hockey-rinks, and Don Oberholtzer 
(Kitchener), hockeyist and baseballer. are dili- 
gently fiUfilling their homework assignments. 

After a creaking trip up the back stairs we 
see on passing the siliower room that Fred (Gimp) 
Owens, having .just finished his pre-study shower 
will be his custotiiary five minutes late getting 
to study. Following Fred into his mom wc are 
pleasantly surprise<l to learn that John Horvath 
(Port Colborne) has contacteil John L. Lewis 
again and the four-day school week is a decide<l 
pos.sibility for the others (John has been mi that 
shift all year). Xomi S<'hihl (Fort Erie) and 
Walt (layowski ((Jrimsiby) admit that the house's 
I>rospects for a title in baseball look better now 
that Xorm is no longer worried about being the 
captain of the dancing team. 

Entering the adjacent apartment we meet 
Murray Valli(|ue1te (Smooth Rock Falls) briskly 
ch^^king the line-up for !(0's hurry-up baseball 
■ team. an<l notice Xorm Xormandin (Baie C-omcau) 
a romantic liabitant from the Xorth Shore an<l 
Diun-Dum .Mikula scurrying away from the win- 
dow whcri- some of their [)hone numbers (by an 



odd coincidence) have just passwl by. Bob Cran- 
lej' (Lethbridge) is putting away his needle and 
thread and looking for his photograph album to 
dream of home for another period. In the next 
cell Don Arthurs ( ) hears ns com- 
ing and hurriedly puts a 'do-not-tHsturb' sign on 
his door. We oblige Don and move to the third 
floor and buanp into John Taylor (Sarnia) Avho 
is racing down for the twentieth time that day, 
hoping with a little more practice to beat his 
own record for getting from the top floor to the 
bottom. He belieA'es that the best hour is during 
the study periwl when the traffic i,s limited. The 
shrieking Frank Giascilii (llnntsville) and reserved 
Dennis ilooney (Quebec) w,ill wait until Taylor 
is out of breath so that they can be^in to study. 
Aroiuid the corner we surprise Bobo at his desk 
peering into a magnifying mirror at his mous- 
tache, as we enter the room Dick ilacGregor 
(Xoranda) is insisting that Bobo ha.s u.sed up all 
the Wildroot Cream Oil in the house and that 
he sh(ndd cither give up or b\iy his own. The 
final 7-oom to be visited is the home of Bob Skimin 
CXiagara Falls), another Gayowski (Ted), Archie 
O'Driscolt (Sault) and Donny LaRonde (Quebe«). 
Bob is dnisting off his picture gallery and placing 
another trophy on the shelf, making a total of 
five now. Ted is reading a book on the manly 
art of self defence, as he and the athletic Don 
plan taking a barnstorming tour t^) rai.sc some 
cash to pay to have the walls of 90 re-pl«stered 
so Archie will have something to .support him 
when he comes in after tlhose late pea-missions. 

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BOARDERS ON PARADE 

By JOHN TAYI/)R 

Wlicri'-cvcr there's action, you'll find a Hoarder, 
fn "Brother Oreliid" Hoarders played a prom- 
inent part. The MiiHeuiin Tlieatre ha.s had jjenuine 
and exquisite exhibitions, but these were all 
toppe<l when the S. M.<'. I>rania Society eame 
throujrh with the smash hit, "lirother Orehid." 
In the earlv fall. iniKM-ent-lookinjr students were 
herded off" to the fonner STrDKNT-COrXCIL 
r<¥)m to rehearse for the production. Every ni(;ht, 
without exce])tion, the eharacters for "Brother 
Orehid" reheai-sed. 

Thoufjh it was a tou^h job, it was only half 
the fi>?ht. There wus the technieal work. Father 
Phelan made an exKrelTent seleetion, eh(K)sinp 
Gordon Bean. T was in the control-room the nipht 
of the i)lay, and (lord had more switches to pull 
than a Sparrow has seeds to peek. "Hats off" 
also to the men who did such a wonderful job 
on the scenery. 

On the nigrht of the play, all the actors were 
tense an<l nervous. 1 think I must have perspired 
two quarts, and WaJly Krancevic (Brother Nas- 
turtium) <lropi)ed three stitches in his knitting. 
Everyone, however, ditl his i)art to perfection. 
Tn fact Marion Zemsta (Fat Duchy) was so (rood, 
he was working steady at the Silver RaiJ. There 
were a preat many lioarders in the play. Fred 
(Bananas) Owen played the "Gimp." Nick Roll- 
and played "Freckles," Jim McQuilken played 
"Brother Geranium." Louis Rolland ])layed 
"Dominic Battista," Dick Carlton was res- 
l)onsible for the fine advertising posters. In an 
exclusive lioarderline interview. Father Phelan, 
when asked what he thoujrht of the play, .said, 
"the play was very excellently done by the student 
ca.st." 

The Tenth-Grade Boarder Room won the House- 
leafjue Hockey Title. Joe McCann, Don MacDon- 
nell, Paul Marra, and Hank Knowles played on 
this team. Through the year, the lioardei-s starred 
on football, .softball. and hwkey teams, and Father 
Flanagan has said many times, "the Boarders 
always form the nucleus of the cheering section 
at the games." 



Food for Thought 

An expert is one who knows more and more 
about less and less. 

Scraps of Food for Thought 

While out for a walk, four year old Gasbar 
and his mother stopped for a chat with the 
Chief of Police. 

"Well, Gasbar," said the Chief, "I suppose you 
want to be a policeman when you grow up?" 

"No, sir," said Gasbar. "I'm gonna get myself 
a job, and go to work." 

So long, fellows. — ^The down. 




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The Dorm took the Senior CThampioniihip from 
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of the play, and the score wa« ') - 1 for the Dorm 
Sparrow Transleau was robbed of a shut-out in 
the seroiid i>cri<«l. when Bob Oswald baiii;e<l iu 
the lone JewH {f<>al. Hough ami Kelly received 
assists on the wore. Bdr. Keon led the Dorm to 
vicforv". by jfcttinjr four of the five Dorm Roals. 
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only 2-to-l. The Jews took 13 shotK on the Dorm. 
while the Donn took 25 shots on the Jews. Pull- 
ing out of their slump, in the last period the Jews 
seemed to "smarten up." In this period they out- 
shot the D«)rni r).to-4. The job of coaching the 
teams was handled by Keast, for the Jews, and 
Ed Plata, for the Dorm. An exhibition of fancy- 
skating was given between periods by one of the 
more eminent blade-bangers around S.M.C. 

Jtuiior Oronp 

The Donn took the Junior Group Title, also 
from the Jews, on the basis of games and points. 

The fii-st game was won by the Jews by a score 
of 6-2. Then the Donn came back to win the 
next game. 4-1. Staixlouts for the Dorm in this 
game were Greg "Butt" Horan, and Don Mac- 
Donnell. Corcoran played a good game for the 
Jews. 

Playing to a 1-1 tie. both teams were well 
played out in the third game, nie series was still 
deadlocked. "Plug" VanlaunderseUe and Rene 
Martineau were excellent for the Semite Squad. 

In the final game, the Dorm again showed their 
superior style and free-skating ability. They won 
the game and the group by the score of 4-0. 

Junior League Wonders — 

llow Martin Johnson played all sea.son with 
a stick mended into one otit of two broken ones? 

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The Family That Prays Together Stays Together 



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The Family Rosary 
Crusade was the most 
intense, and the most 
successful effort for a 
spiritual goal in the 
history of St. Michael's 

College. The students' aim was to have 
every St. Michael's boy bring the prac- 
tice of the daily Family Rosary into his 
home. 

Following the plan of the famed "Rosary 
Priest." Father Patrick Peyton. C.S.C, the 
general chairman of the Cru.sade, Des O'- 
Neill, laid his plans. He was assisted by 
Brian .McAllister and Bob Arbuthnot. co- 
chairmen, and representatives of every home- 
r(K)m. During April student speakers ad- 
dressed the clas.ses, stressing the need of an 
appeal to Our Lady. Tlie artists of the St. 
Luke's Society supplied posters for publicity 
and a group of students erected a slirine to 
Our Lady of the Rosary in the main cor- 
ridor of the school. A public address system 
was installed in the cafeteria and news of 
the Cru.sade was broadcast to tlie students 
during their free pericxl there. His Eminence, 




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(Jr. Chairman) 
(Sr. Chairman) 



Cardinal McGuigan, 
wrote an enthusiastic 
letter to the students 
give his blessing and 
encouragement to the 
Crusade. 
The Crusade reached its climax on the 
last day of April when a Solemn Mass was 
offered in St. Basil's Church for the success 
of the Crusade. The Mass was attended by 
all the students. The celebrant was Father 
Sheahan, assisted by Father Collins, as 
deacon and Father Cherry, as sub-deacon. 
F'ather Flanagan preached the sermon. 

The hundreds of pledges which were re- 
tiuned gave evidence of the great trust of 
the St. iVIichael's families in the mercy of 
Our Blessed Mother. From these rosaries said 
by oin- fathers, mothers, sisters, and brothers, 
there will come from Mary a realization of 
the .slogan of the campaign, " The Family 
That Prays Together Slays Together." 

During the last week of the Crusade, 
Father Peyton visited the school and 
expres,sed his congratidations to the St. 
Michael's students, real apostles of Mary. 



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"THE THURIBLE" 



An Explanation of the Name 

The name of our school year book was chosen 
because of its significant connection with our patron 
St. Michael, the Archangel. A thurible is a vessel in 
which incense is burnt as an offering of praise to God. 
The rubrics for solemn High Mass prescribe that incense 
be offered at certain parts of the ceremony and the 
altar boy who carries the thurible is called the censer- 
bearer or thinifer. 

St. Michael is the angelic thurifer or censer-bearer 
in the court of Heaven. His official position is at the 
right of the throne in the choir of angels offering the 
incense of praise to Almighty God. 

We as students of St. Michael's College School like 
to think of St. Michael presenting all our school 
activities, as recorded each year in The Thurible, as 
an offering to .\lmighty God. Thus, the term Thurible 
as a name for our annual has a real meaning for the 
followers of St. Michael. 

A likeness of the thurible used at High Mass is 
depicted on the cover and in each of the introductory 
pages of the 1948 Thurible, indicating how the activities 
of our classes, school societies and athletics are placed 
on the altar of our endeavours to be taken by St. Michael 
before the throne of God and there offered to Him as 
another form of praise. 

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Arthur, JA<\., T 117 

Ate well, Jack 114 

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Hank of Montreal 115 

Birks - Kills - Byrie 117 

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Itorden to., l,td.. The 118 

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Brown's .S|)ort & t'ycle Co 118 

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Calhoun's Ltd 132 

Cana<la Bread Co 109 

Cana<Ia C^trbon Co 43 

Canada Packers 131 

Canadian Comstock Co 100 

Cariiahan's Ltd 120 

Cash's Interwoven \anies 133 

(liartered Trust & Kxecutor Co 134 

Cliateau-<iai Wines 101 

Choquette Co I20 

Christie, Brown & Co., Ltd 110 

Church Supply 114 

Columbus Boys' Camp 103 

Connolly Mosaic & Tile 1(M> 

Connors, C. A 109 

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Danforth Bus Lines 118 

Day, Wilson, KcrRuson, Kelly 120 

Desniarchais & Kobitaille . 1 HI 

Dislwr Steel Construi'tion Co 11,5 

l>oniinion Clothing Co 115 

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}<:aton, T., The Co 89 

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Fair's Hardware 115 

Kitzpatrhk & .Son 118 

Freeman's Formal (Rothes 141 

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(;ibson, Thomas. .Sanitation Kngineers 122 

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(ireat flakes Coal Co 130 

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HyKrade Coal Co 124 

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Idciil WelfliuK Co 105 

liii|H-riiil Bank of Canada 181 

InterniilionHl Varnish 122 

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>Ic\amara Construction Co 91 

>lilwaukee Sporting 128 

Mission Press 99 

Monitor Press 120 

Jloore. Ltd., W. P 115 

.Mother I»arker's Tea Co 186 

Murray's Lunch 124 

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Xcal, William 120 

.\ealon, Martin m 

Neilson's Co.. Ltd., Wni 6 

Newman Club 126 

P 

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Polyplioto Studio isi 

Prendergast, Dr. Wm. K 117 

R 

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Rawlinson's Ltd., M 181 

Keed, Shaw & .>IcNauglit 107 

Roller's liook Shop II7 

Hosar, F 117 

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St. Joseph's College 95 

.St. Joseph's Hospital 188 

St. Michael's Hospital 188 

.Shaw's Business ,S<-hool 107 

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Simi>son Co.. Ltd., Tlie Robert 60 

Smith, James 117 

Solex Co., Ltd., The us 

Stollery. Frank 75 

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Su|>erior Optical Co m 

Swift Canadian Co., Ltd 97 

T 

Thnmins Co., Ltd., J. R 107 

Toronto Radio & SiMirts 182 

Trophy - Craft, Ltd 134 

U 

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Universal Cooler Co 120 

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Wilson's F<mmI .Market 117 

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