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He set off rockets, shot a miniature cannon and recreated famous experiments, inspiring many students to choose careers in science.

Bob Hunter ’48, who was a student for Spohn’s second year at SI, noted that “it was tough enough taking both Latin and Greek, so no one wanted to take physics.

Despite the new gymnasium, administrators felt pressure to move — pressure from USF, which wanted the Stanyan Street structure for its own plans to expand, and pressure from a growing student body eager for a modern campus.

The decade was marked by a string of athletic victories that made SI the athletic powerhouse of the city.

The baseball team brought home league crowns in 1954, 19; the basketball team won the league in 1951 and then followed with league and Tournament of Champion wins in 19 (with another league victory in 1956); the swimmers won the AAA in 1953, 19; the golf team dominated the AAA with league victories in 1951, 19–59; and the football team triumphed in 1956, 19.

You didn’t have to learn about them through a book only.

In fact, the two other province schools that had started as combination college-high schools — Loyola and Santa Clara — both had broken off their preparatory divisions years previous, Bellarmine in 1925 and Loyola High School in 1929.

The reasons for those separations were (as Gerald Mc Kevitt, SJ, wrote about the split between Bellarmine and SCU) “as numerous as they were obvious.” In his history of SCU, Mc Kevitt noted that “as late as 1915 there were 350 colleges and universities in the United States that still retained ‘prep’ schools, but such arrangements were becoming increasingly anachronistic.” After Santa Clara adopted the title of “university,” the school’s faculty resented “the intolerable anomaly of a university frequented by boys in knickerbockers.” While that tension was lessened in San Francisco by the minor geographic separation between USF and SI, faculty and administrators at both schools saw the handwriting on the wall.

He warned that if USF and SI were ever to separate, the high school would be in financial straits.

The following summer, SI Treasurer Edward Zeman, SJ, informed parents that the school would raise tuition to 5 per year.

You didn’t have to learn about them through a book only.In fact, the two other province schools that had started as combination college-high schools — Loyola and Santa Clara — both had broken off their preparatory divisions years previous, Bellarmine in 1925 and Loyola High School in 1929.The reasons for those separations were (as Gerald Mc Kevitt, SJ, wrote about the split between Bellarmine and SCU) “as numerous as they were obvious.” In his history of SCU, Mc Kevitt noted that “as late as 1915 there were 350 colleges and universities in the United States that still retained ‘prep’ schools, but such arrangements were becoming increasingly anachronistic.” After Santa Clara adopted the title of “university,” the school’s faculty resented “the intolerable anomaly of a university frequented by boys in knickerbockers.” While that tension was lessened in San Francisco by the minor geographic separation between USF and SI, faculty and administrators at both schools saw the handwriting on the wall.He warned that if USF and SI were ever to separate, the high school would be in financial straits.The following summer, SI Treasurer Edward Zeman, SJ, informed parents that the school would raise tuition to 5 per year.You could see them right before your eyes.”Quock remembered Fr.