Rev. L. A. Kerrigan
Among the prominent young Alumni, Rev. Leo A. Kerrigan stands out as a model to all
aspirants to the priesthood as being successful ere the consecrating oils are hardly dry upon his
hands. Rev. Kerrigan graduated from the…
Dr. W. H. Donovan
The success of Dr. W. H. Donovan has inspired the Alumni Editor to relate the secret of his
success in the pages of this book. He attended St. Ambrose in 1901 and 1902, when he graduated
from the Academic Department. After that, he…
Mr. Thomas A. Coughlin
Mr. Thomas Coughlin is one of the most successful auto dealers in the Tri-Cities. He pursued
the Academic and Commercial courses while at St. Ambrose, departing from his Alma Mater
in 1906. While at St. Ambrose he was one of…
John Collins, Henry Overberg, Joseph Code, Joseph Wagner, and Raymond Fitzpatrick, Collegiate '20, are pursuing their Theological studies at St. Mary's Seminary,
Aloysious Rempe of the same class has joined the…
"Jack" McCarville, Acad. '20, is attending Campion College, Prairie du Chien,
Wisconsin. He made a name for himself with the Campion Varsity football team
during the past fall.
Harry McCullough, Acad. '11, graduated from the Law Department of…
"Jerry" Woeber, Acad. '19, has returned to his Alma Mater to increase his
Adolph Peiffer, Acad. '16, is taking care of his father's farm at Harper, Iowa.
Wm. Quigley, star back-field man for the Varsity of '17, held down the quarterback…
"Eddie" Norton, Acad. '20, returned to St. Ambrose during the winter months.
He is now a student in the Commercial Department.
Edmund Dorgan, Acad. '20, is now employed as agent for the Old Colony Life
Insurance Company of Davenport.
are occasional calls for medicine. One man came with a bad cold on the chest. I
painted it with iodine and prescribed hot native wine with sugar and ginger. I don't
know whether he took the dose or not, but the cold went off shortly—as it…
"One by one the sands are flowing,
One by one the moments fall ;
Some are coming, some are going,
Do not strive to grasp them all.
"Hours are golden links, God's token,
Reaching heaven ; but one by one
Take them, lest the chain be broken