Not satisfied with taking the count of everything that
came their way in football and basket ball, the Midgets
are now in the field to complete their year's work by annexing the few honors still remaining for them in baseball. The…
It has been one purpose of the Alumni Editor of '21 to
bring back the memories of classmates of former days.
Perhaps some have forgotten ; if so, please do not think of
it as malice toward any one. Another purpose of the
Editor of this…
The Endowment Campaign
The great work of the Endowment Fund Campaign is yet uncompleted. The original plan to
raise One Million Dollars is still intact and the work will continue until the entire Diocese is
is canvassed and the amount determined upon…
To the Memory of Anthony J. Jaeger
Almost a year has passed since the Angel of Death, walking through
the ranks of our Alumni, chose one of the youngest and most promising
of young Seminarians to go with him before the throne of the Most High.
Rev. Daniel F. Mulvihill
The energetic and successful Rev. Daniel F. Mulvihill left the portals of St. Ambrose as a
professor in 1888. He was assigned to the pastorate of Williamsburg, Iowa, and after spending
an uneventful ten months there was moved…
Dr. T. S. Cunningham, D. D. S.
As we are speaking a few words of praise for many of our older Alumni, we feel that we
should also do the same for one of Davenport's most promising young dentists—Dr. T. S.
Dr. Cunningham graduated from…
Rev. M. J. Hannon
We mention the name and record and deeds of Rev. M. J. Hannon because of the great work
he has accomplished as a pastor and on account of his association as an intimate friend of the
College. He is a brother of the Rev. W. L.…