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FOOTPRINTS



PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BY
THE JUNIOR CLASS



SAINT JOSEPH'S
COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
BROOKLYN • NEW YORK



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DEDICATION



The class of '45 respectfully dedicates this year's
FOOTPRINTS to Right Reverend 'William T.
Dillon, Dean, in grateful recognition of his twenty-
five years of service to the students of this college.
He has been to all, a stimulating teacher, a sym-
pathetic guide and a faithful friend; helping them
to realize the ideal of "a mightier womanhood. "



TABLE OF CONTENTS



I SENIORS



II UNDERGRADUATES



III ACTIVITIES



OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION



RIGHT REVEREND WILLIAM T. DILLON,

J.D., LL.D.

Dean

SISTER M. CHARITINA, M.A.

Vice-Dean

SISTER CLEMENT MARIE, B.M.

Treasurer

SISTER HELEN LOYOLA

Bursar
MARGARET KILBOY, B.A.

Registrar

KATHLEEN LAMBERT, B.A.

Assistant Registrar

SISTER MARGARET LOUISE, M.A.

Preschool Teacher

SISTER ALICE FRANCIS, M.A.

Preschool Teacher

KATHRYN F. FOLEY, M.A.

Preschool Teacher

SISTER MARY WINIFRED, B.A., B.S.

Librarian

SISTER RAYMOND AUGUSTINE, B.A., B.L.S.

Assistant Librarian

SISTER CLEMENT MARIE, B.A.

Assistant Librarian

EVELYN J. BASILE M.D.

Health Director of College




Most Reverend Thomas E. Molloy, D.D.

Bishop of Brooklyn
President, Board of Trustees



FACULTY



Beatrice, Sister Mary, M.A Chemistry

Brennan, Marion, M.A Social Science

Charitina, Sister M., M.A Classical Languages

Clotilde, Sister M., M.A Chemistry

Corde, Sister M., M.A Physics

Davis, Kathleen, M.D Psychology

Dillon, Rt. Rev. William T., J.D., LL.D Philosophy

Diviney, Rev. Charles E., M.A. Religion

Dooley, Agnes, Diplomee de I'Universite de Grenoble French

Fitzgibbon, Rev. Francis, M.A Philosophy

Fitzpatrick, Daniel F., M.A Education

Foley, Kathryn, M.A Education

Francis, Sister Alice, M.A Education

Gerardus, Sister M., Ph.D History

Germaine, Sister Mary, M.A English

Guitterez, Rosaria, B.A Spanish

Hession, Rev. John, B. A Philosophy and Latin

Higginson, Antonia, M.A Mathematics

Huschle, Mary, J.D Social Science

Immaculate, Sister Joseph, Ph.D English

Kean, Rev. John, B.A. Religion

Kilcoyne, Francis, M.A. Social Science and English

Koerner, Robert, M.A., LL.B., F.A.A.R History

Leonard, Rev. Raymond Religion

Levack, A. Paul, Ph.D History

Louise, Sister Margaret, M.A : Education

Marie, Sister Teresa, M.A English

Maureen, Sister, M.S Biology

McGiU, James, M.A : Social Science

Murray, Rev. Gerard English

Norton, John, M.A Sociology and English

Raffalli, Esther, B.A Spanish

Riley, Eugene B., M.A Social Science

Shea, Mary, M.A Speech Education

Strassburger, Raymond, M.A Psychology

Therese, Sister Vincent, M.A Education

Trunz, Cecilia, Ph.D German

Ursula, Sister Margaret, M.A. Mathematics

Williams, Winifred, B.S Physical Education

Winifred, Sister Mary, B.A., B.S Library

Xavier, Sister Francis, Ph.D Mathematics




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ANTONIA HIGGINSON, M.A.
Mathematics




CECILIA A. TRUNZ, Ph.D.
German




WINIFRED WILLIAMS, B.S.
Physical Education




EUGENE B. RILEY, M.A.
Economics



JAMES McGILL, M.A.
Social Science




ROBERT KOERNER, M.A., LL.B.
History





KATHRYN F. FOLEY, M.A.
Education




KATHLEEN DAVIS, M.D.
Psychology





FRANCIS P. KILCOYNE, M.A.
Sociology



FACULTY




DANIEL F. FITZPATRICK, M.A.
Education



A. PAUL LEVACK, Ph.D.
History



MARION M. BRENNAN, M.A.

Social Science






MARY A. SHEA, M.A.
Speech Education



MARGARET KILBOY, B.A.
Registrar



MARY J. HUSCHLE, J.D.
Law-Government



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RAYMOND C. STRASSBURGER, M.A.
Psychology






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ESTHER RAFFALLI, B.A.


AGNES DOOLEY


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M. McGrath, A. Fennelly, V. Hughes, M. Jokiel

Margaret Jokiel President

Agnes Fennelly Councillor

Mary Louise McGrath Vice-President

Virginia Hughes Secretary

Margaret Connors Treasurer

A FEW WORDS ABOUT US . .



Some things can never be forgonen — nun;ibered among these are college days at
St. Joe's . . .

Freshmen — one hundred strong . . . jhe green and gold banner at last . . . Investiture
. . . JUNIOR MISS in the Spring . . . topping the year with the AA cup.

Sophomores — the major and the minor . . . sleepless nights with the required short
story course . . . service flag goes up in the chapel . . . Rosie the Riveter contrasting with
Strauss' ROSALINDA for popularity.

Juniors — proudly introducing Freshman sisters . . . precious topazes for Christmas
. . . endless book reports . . . Junior Week replete with banquets, OTHELLO and A
CONNECTICUT YANKEE ... the informal Junior dance in May . . . publishing
FOOTPRINTS '44.

Seniors — passing the dreaded Comprehensives somehow . . . student teaching for B
planners . . . highlighting Christmas with a Prom to remember always . . . piloting all
undergrad activities . . . Senior Week . . . Mock Class Day fun . . . Baccalaureate . . . and
suddenly, Commencement.



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CLARE THERESA BAUCH
International Relations Club Secretary
Attendance Committee
Junior Week Committee






MARJORIE ARCHER BAUER
Religion Committee Chairman
Mercier Circle
Sophomore Class Secretary




JANET ANN BLESSING
Mercier Circle

Social Service Club Secretary 1945
Advertising Sta£F Footprints 1944



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MARGARET ELLEN BOYLE
Social Service Club
Athletic Club
Hispania



LILUAN ANNE BRESLIN
Dramatic Society Treasurer
Extra-Cuxricular Committee Secretary
Mercier Circle



PATRICIA ANN BROWN
Child Study Club

Social Service Club Secretary 1944
Christmas Party Committee



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VERONICA A. BURKE
Dramatic Society Vice-President
Junior Dance Committee Chairman
Saint Patrick's Day Program Chairman






FLORENCE MARIE CARDINALE
Sacristans Director
Art Club President
Glee Club




ELEANOR PATRICIA CARY
Athletic Association President
Footprints 1944 Art Editor
Mercier Circle



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AGNES MARIE COGAN
Dramatic Society
Dancing Club
Hispania




MARY AGNES COLLINS
Undergraduate Association Vice-President
Dramatic Society Secretary
Junior Class Secretary



WINIFRED MARY COMER
Senior Ball Committee
Footprints 1944 Business Staff
Social Service Club



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MARGARET ANN CONNORS

Attendance Committee Chairman
Senior Class Treasurer
Mercier Circle






JOAN JUSTINE CORY
Athletic Association
German Club
Defense Committee




MAGDALEN CROWE
Mercier Circle President 1944
Undergraduate Association Secretary
Religion Committee



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REGINA EILEEN DALY

Glee Club

Le Cercle Moliere

Art Club




MARY THERESE DANIELS
Attendance Committee
Mercier Circle
Religion Committee



VIRGINIA PATRICIA DiGERONlMO
Dramatic Society
Hispania
Bowling Club




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DOROTHY WINIFRED DiSALVO
Hispania Secretary
Dramatic Society
fencing Club




DOROTHY AGNES DOLAN
Senior Ball Committee
Parents' Day Committee
Junior Week Committee




LILLIAN R. DOOHER
Mercier Circle
Athletic Association
Junior Class Treasurer




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ELIZABETH ANNE DUDLEY
Extra-Curricular Committee
Footprints 1944 Photography Staff
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PATRICIA MARY DUNNE
Basketball Varsity Manager
Cheer Leader
Child Study Club




JEANNE ELLEN DWYER
Mercier Circle
Child Study Club
Athletic Association



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AGNES PATRICIA FENNELLY
Undergraduate Association- Treasurer
Senior Class Councillor
Loria Editor 1945




MARY JO FREESE
Dramatic Society President
Lorta Editor 1944
Delta Epsilon Sigma




CATHERINE MARIE GLYNN
Exam Committee Secretary
Athletic Association
Junior Ring Committee




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HELEN MARIE GOLDEN
Mercier Circle
Loria Business Staff
Athletic Association




JOAN GOUBEAUD
Glee Club President
Sophomore Class Treasurer
Hispania Secretary



ELEANOR ALICIA GRENNAN

Art Club

Social Service Club

Parent's Day Committee



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BABETTE ROSEMARY HARPER
Bowling Club
Mercier Circle
Glee Club





DOROTHY PATRICIA HARRINGTON

Loria Literary Staff
Dramatic Society Secretary
Extra-Curricular Committee



DOLORES ELIZABETH

Art Club

Sacristans

Footprints 1944 Art Staff



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CATHERINE CLAIRE HENNESSY

Glee Club

Hispania

Footprints 1944 Advertising Staff



A. DOLORES HUGHES

Undergraduate Association President
Footprints 1944 Editor
Sophomore Class Councillor



KATHERINE VERONICA HUGHES
Athletic Association
Hispania
Dramatic Society



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VIRGINIA MARY HUGHES
Senior Class Secretary
Religion Committee
Exam Committee




JANE PATRICIA JACOBS
Loria Business Manager 1944
Footprints 1944 Photography Editor
Social Service Club Chairman Fall 1944




MARGARET MARY JOKIEL
Delta Epsilon Sigma
Senior Class President
Mercier Circle President 1945



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TERESA KATHLEEN KANE
Sigma Iota Chi
Freshman Class President
Mercier Circle



EILEEN GLORIA KELLY
Bowling
Glee Club
Dramatic Society




MIRIAM FRANCES KELLY
Formal Class Day Chairman
Footprints 1944 Advertising Manager
Loria Business Manager 1945



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BESSIE KESTLER
Hispania President
Athletic Association
Art Club




BARBARA J. KUEHN
Junior Class Councillor
International Relations Club
Social Service Club




GRACE B. LEARY
Book Exchange Chairman
Glee Club
International Relations Qub



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MARTHA ANNE LEAVER

Social Service Club Chairman Spring 1944

International Relations Club

Athletic Association




MARIE ELLEN MADDOCK
Fencing Club Manager
Junior Ring Committee
Junior Dance Committee



MARGARET MARY MALLY
Exam Committee Chairman
Child Study Club Chairman
Mercier Circle



LILY ANN MANIX
Junior Week Chairman
Senior Week Chairman
Literary Society Chairman




ANTOINETTE A. MASCIONI
Mercier Circle
Parents' Day Committee
Freshman Reception Committee




EILEEN MARITA McDERMOTT
Hood Committee Chairman
Mercier Circle
Social Service Club Chairman 1945



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CATHERINE BERNADETTE McELROY

Athletic Association Secretary
Junior Class Treasurer
Attendance Committee




MARY LOUISE McGRATH
Senior Class Vice-President
Footprints 1944 Business Manager
Mercier Circle



MARGARET MARY MEAGHER

Athletic Association

Social Service Club

Footprints 7943 Advertising Staff



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MARGARET EVELYN MILLUS

Senior Ball Committee Chairman
Dramatic Society
International Relations Club






MARY CATHERINE MONAHAN

Defense Committee

Athletic Association

Freshman Orientation Committee



DOLORES RITA MURRAY
Basketball Varsity
Extra-Curricular Committee
German Club



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Art Club

Social Service Club



GRACE DOROTHY OLSEN

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Mercier Circle
Art Club
Bowling Club




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CATHERINE FRANCES PHILLIPS
Religion Committee Secretary
Defense Committee Chairman
Junior-Freshman Tea Chairman





ROSE MARIANNA PRINCE
Sophomore Class Day Chairman
Hispania
Bowling Club




EILEEN MARY QUIGLEY
Glee Club
Le Cercle Moliere
Athletic Association



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MARY RITA ROCHE
Basketball Varsity
Art Club
Loria Business Staff





EILEEN THERESA SCANLON

Athletic Association

Glee Club

Le Cercle Moliete



ROSEMARIE ANN SCHWERMAN
Hispania Vice-President
Alumnae Week Committee
Formal Class Day Committee



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SARAH JANE TAGLIAGAMBE

Dramatic Society

Hispania

Folk Dancing Group



IRENE EUGENIA TOLAND
Debating Club
Loria Literary Staff
Footprints 1944 Literary Staff



EUGENIA R. URBANEK
Social Service Club
Footprints 1944 Advertising Staff
International Relations Club



ANNA NINA VIVIANI
Glee Club
Le Cercle Moliere
Junior Ring Committee





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EDITH JOSEPHINE VOELKER
Le Cercle Moliere President
Junior G. A. Chairman
International Night Chairman



MAY CECELIA WHALEN

Delta Epsilon Sigma

Basketball Varsity

Extra-Curricular Committee Chairman



DORIS FLORENCE ZERRENNER

International Relations Club President
Senior Ball Committee
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GRADUATES OF THE CLASS OF '45

Sister of the Good Shepherd

SISTER MARY OF SAINT AURELIA



Sister of Saint Joseph
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MEET

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SENIORS

INFORMALLY

Meet the Seniors informally! Here they are as we
see them, dashing to classes, relaxing in the rec, or
maybe even doing an assignment before it's due.
The smiles you see here are those of a gay warm-
hearted group who made college life just a little
brighter for the undergrads by lending a helping
hand, or producing a laugh hit such as Mock Class
Day entertainment. We are striving hard to attain
their casual air.






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THE CLASS OF 1946

To the tune of Maureen Hastings new CHOO CHOO
SONG, the class of '46 has steamed and chugged through
another year to arrive just one stop short of its destination.
The second half of the college journey started with the bustle
and excitement typical of any trip, when as hostess at a Tea
in the Recreation Room, the Juniors, in Sunday best, wel-
comed the Freshman — special Freshman — their Freshman.

Once "All aboard " had resounded, flowered hats and veils
were traded for "Joe College" sweaters and skirts, and the
next two months were spent buried in books, dashing to the
library, attending classes and extra-curricular events, eating
Thanksgiving dinner and then —

Pre-Christmas excitement was by no means lessened when
class rings arrived just before St. Nick. The blessing of these
rings at Mass, on February fifth, and the Communion break-
fast that followed opened Junior Week, which boasted a ban-
quet at the Midston House with much turkey for eating pleas-
ure, and much home talent for entertainment pleasure.



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The Seniors enhanced the fun by raising a welcome sign under the marquee of
JACOBOWSKY AND THE COLONEL (we can pronounce it now, too!). The climax
of the week — the Valentine Junior Dance, found the auditorium transformed with red
hearts, white hearts, cupids, streamers and all the trimmings needed to set the scene for
the sweet and swing music for dancing.

Glamour was abandoned, however, when Dude Ranch costumes became a la mode
for G.A. — the Junior's spectacular, Broadway production — the tale of Galloping
Gulch, Nevada, complete with a Chinese cook, an Indian from Brooklyn, a geological
society and cowboys galore. Definitely a musical group, solos and choruses alternated with
dramatic action, while a spirited square dance caused an hilarious response from the
audience.

Then Baccalaureate! . . . Commencement! . . . Graduates! . . . Diplomas! . . . Hoods!
Tassels were moved into position over the left eye, Juniors became Seniors — and moved
forward to the caboose —

"Hear the train a comin',
We're rounding the bend —
Hear the wheels a hummin',
We're nearin' the end."



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THE CLASS OF 1947

"It wasn't so bad after all!" And it wasn't — even though
we dreaded Sophomore year. We thought it so far away from
everything — Freshman orientation, Junior festivities and
Senior graduation. But as the Spring rolled around we knew
we were wrong again — 'cause these had been eight more
quick months, no time for lamenting, no time for anything.

As we looked back over both semesters, we realized that, in
a different way, this, too, would be remembered as a unique
year. Firstly, the fact that we'd finally been forced to decide
on our major subjects, brought forth a flurry of questions
(Do Math Majors die at an early age? ... To be an English
Major, or to retain one's eyesight? . . . Can I devote my life
to carbolic acid?) and final reconsideration. Nevenheless,
we're all happy about our ultimate choice — at least on the
surface. But we do believe we'll need a cosmic upheaval to
change our womanly minds further.

Secondly, any doubts we may have had about the Sophs not
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forgotten, when our Freshman G. A. show was chosen to be presented for the first Tather's
Club meeting of the year.

After that things began whirling, and we were certain that as a class we were "in."
Grace Devoy stepped forward as Undergraduate Treasurer and Balancer of Bills and
Books. Mary Elizabeth Buckley fought for tickets for Class Day, and actually managed
the feat of producing butter for the Sophomore Breakfast. Then Eileen Brophy hurdled
the class into the sparkling bit of variety (drama, terpsichore and song) that was our
successful G. A. program. They're still talking about it amongst the hallowed corridors.

Mention any school activity, and we'll produce statistical proof showing the eminence
of Sophs. 'We tied first place with the Juniors in the Cheering Contest, we won the
Interclass Basketball Tournament, we consist of over seventy of the nicest and prettiest
girls in the school. And we're doubly fortunate in having not only the cooperation of all
the girls all the time, but also the smooth guidance of our capable class officers.

Above all, we like the friendly spirit that is ours — the intermingling of girls, the
helping hands, the quick smiles when they're needed most.



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THE CLASS OF 1948

"It's amazing! " was the comment on the lips of every
Freshman — for the first two weeks following our induction
at St. Joe's. The library, the friendly students, the kindly pro-
fessors, the beautiful little chapel, the oft visited kitchen, and
the incredible student government were so completely unlike
high school.

We soon learned that the library was a hungry pussy who
lapped up our spare time as though it were truly "Grade A."
The friendly students retained their warm hearts but they each
assumed the role of Dame Experience. They warned us of the
horrible demon that stalked the halls — the cut system! The
benign professors lost a little of their benignity each time a
question was answered with a blank stare. And the kitchen
— an oasis in the desert of Bio. Lab. periods — was a refuge
whose door was never barred.

We are grareful beyond expression to the upperclassmen
who have been guiding forces in the practice of student gov-
ernment. The honor system, the democratic rule, even the
mistakes we've made and profited from, all these have exerted
a profound and lasting influence on the Frosh.



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COUNCIL

With a view towards accenting the positive side of student government, the
Student Council swung into action for the 1944-45 school year. "Let's show the
school how we work " was the theme, and upon the invitation of President
Dolores Hughes, the students witnessed an open council meeting where they
could join in the discussion and offer suggestions. The freshmen, under the
direction of Mary Collins, soon found out how much this system had to offer,
and their enthusiasm helped toward the success of the Council tea. Secretary
Rita GiUigan recorded the minutes of the Council and U.A. meetings, and pre-
pared a weekly bulletin to keep the Student Body posted on the activities and
decisions of the Council; while Treasurer Grace Devoy managed to balance the
debits and credits in the school ledger.

This year the Council prepared a revision of the Constitution regarding elec-
tion of officers, and the undergrads supported the change from a plurality to a
majority vote. The revision was immediately put to use in May, with election of
council, class and club officers to serve in '46.

Despite the OPA and rationing the Council managed to include a number
of indoor suppers where business was mixed with spaghetti and meat balls.

The Council completed a most successful year by voting one thousand dollars
from the U.A. fund to support the Alumnae Jubilee drive.



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RELIGION COMMITTEE

The numerous activities of this committee form an integral part of the col-
lege traditions. Each First Friday a Forum is held under its auspices. The topic
treated this year was The World Made Anew. ' In the Fall, this committee
collaborates with the Athletic Association in sponsoring the Varsity Show. 'The
mid-year retreat is also handled by this group. Each Spring they sponsor the
Fathers' Communion Breakfast.

One of the most beautiful traditions for which this committee is responsible
is the May Coronation. This ceremony features an Outdoor Mass on the Campus,
followed by a student procession and the crowning of Mary as Queen.

Another annual tradition is the "Dies Orientales" — the celebration of the
Holy Sacrifice according to various Oriental rites. This affords the students an
opportunity to receive Holy Communion under bofh species.

Among the most admirable activities of this committee is the practice of
leading prayers every hour during the school day. A Holy Hour each noon is
another indispensable custom associated with this group. They also assist at the
monthly meetings of the Lawyers' Guild held at the college. Each month they
sponsor "Nocturnal Adoration" and the Missal Club.

Such a wealth of activities offer an example of Catholic Action at its best.
Activities were led by Chairman Marjorie Bauer.




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GLEE CLUB

SING ON! sang the Glee Club in its annual Spring Concert and sing on it
did, much to the enjoyment of all. With the rendition of such favorites as the
popular Strange Music, the dreamy Irish Lullaby, the coquettish Whistling Girl
and the classical and operetta selections, including Thine Aldne and 1 he Vaga-
bond King Waltz, the Glee Club climaxed another season as the college
serenaders.

Prior to the concert, the traditional Christmas G.A., which sets the scene in
everyone's heart with the true spirit of the season, found the choral group clad
in cassocks, surplices, red ties and carrying lighted candles, singing Christmas
carols, and providing background music for the Dramatic Club's Nativity
tableaux.

A little less solemn but equal in perfection, the concert combined the Glee
Club s assets of talent and spirit to com.e forth with another triumph under the
direction of Mr. Frank Malony and the student officers, Joan Goubeaud, presi-
dent; Helen McLoughlin, secretary-treasurer; Margaret Jokiel, accompanist and
Norma Weekes, librarian.

Among the college choristers mention must be made of the choir. Under Nancy
O'Brien's direction the group sings Mass in the chapel each First Friday and
provides music for the monthly Nocturnal Adoration. Among the most beautiful
of events at St. Joseph's and one to which the choir contributes, is the Mass
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DRAMATIC SOCIETY

St. J'le's has the answer to Hollywood's call for talent. If proof is needed, just
turn back the clock to the nights you viewed She Stoops To Conquer and


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