Aquinas College High School - Aquinian Yearbook (Columbus, OH)

 - Class of 1942

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The traditional weiner roast began the Senior social season--a unique Christmas dance heralded the Yuietide. As the year progressed the class undertook the sponsor- ing of the annual Mardi Gras prior to the Lenten season and con- cluded the year with an Arai: dance which featured a Hour show, refreshments and novel music. Prominent not only in social life, the class contributed many athletes who came through each contest with true Aquinian sports- manship-while Senior leaders in various organizations proved the ciass's ability. U31 ,P 1 1 14 J ' '59 ,, 141 .fxfxfxfxf-,f fx!-xf.f-.f f 34 u in 111 iz 2QQQzQr av:991:fx JOHN IJ. ANCELIH HNuppiU NVIl.I.I.fX5l .l. .Nl.'NIl.l.IfR "Mm-llf-r" JOHN If. BERRY "Rorn0o" .'NR'l'Hl.7R A. ISOIQIRIM 7l'lllIf'l' fx .IOSIQPII A. BON'I',-X Hlizrrmllcfggu FRANCIS .l. lSR.'XC'Al.UNl "ll:-uf" Cfl I!XRI.liS A. Bl 'RKART 'xvlrrlrfic-H VVIILIAN R. ISI TRKIQ Hlgflflllilfl ,,,.,-Vx,-N. .X,X,.,. A ,V , N - . 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Jimmy .loyff-is popular rzulio lu-fl rlw music' lor ai truly clvliglillul eve-ning filter clinnvr in tliv rlulr rl-lw Prom fliimlxecl three years ol liarcl worli in nntivipution ol' this vviiiiig-micl the plr-nsurv was well worth waiting lor. lllf' FONTS? Oll lllt' XCZIT. lllf' .llllll0T QllilSS, llllflvl' lllt' l'Q'lS ol- QilIdl'lt'S Wvltli, sponsor:-cl an trip to the Notre ljmne-Soutliern Culilornia Ibotlmll Qillllf'-4 mflivf-ly pairtic'ip1itif'Ll in lour St-lmnl slmting parties-tooli the lionis slmre ol intra- niurul honors--uncl in gvnvrul, clisplayi-rl nn intense st-lmol spirit. i251 fx xfx fx A x nA.f-A X wfx- N -.1 x xxmx - xp, x nf- -Y'-..-x.fx,A,xf . wx A, x,mfvx,xfvvxf,xf-X,xfx,fx.-Nfxmf-Nff. -x,f-Nfxfxfxfxfxfxfxfxf , -,AA V-ffxfxnfxfx , ,. -,x,v.-g-, ,. . -. 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Sulvey, R. Voir. D. Messmer. H. Daugherty. Koos, L. George. N. llama. C. grouse. T. Rand. P. Lovfflvr, J. Murnanu. L. Huneck, P, l'a ter, Nulan. ll. Doersam. J. Pirrung. J. Danlmck. l'.Abrnl1:im. J. Dorsey. M. Murtha. R. Sullivan. li. Lynch. J. Evans, J. Golding. j. Fox. ,l. Carson, ,I.Hn.:gins. j.WZlIll'. R.Camphell. R.Sans'se, H. Krousv. P.l-lannlgan. R.T12el. P.Tlxurn, T'.Varley. E. Nlurmy. Condon. Basvman. Corbett. R. Eichenlaub. 1. Larabce, Il. Owens. R. HL-nly. Cahill, L4-onard Nl0l1fM1Hl'0. Kaltvnvclccr, - ill? 1llllllDfi'S f 1 - . - D lla- Soplminorv Q lass unrlvr llir- flirvclion ol Rm: ,l. ll. 5lN'l'llilll, U.l .. In-Ifl a linal :nm-ling ol' tlw ye-ar lo Q-led olllicvrs lor lllv ensuing lc-rin. lnil as flw Aljl llNlAN gm-s lo prvss. annoum'vmi-nls as lo llw namvs ul llu-sc officials liave nol lu-on announreil. Uuring llie year class clues were veloml anrl class luncls we-re raisvil sole-ly on llw rc-vviniv arrruing llrom slaaling party relurns. 'llliis is un- iloulxlmlly arrounlalxlv lor llle large- allenrlanvf- ol' tlie SOIJIIOIIIOTPS al Aquinas rinlc parlivs. Sports louml llie se-ronrl year men rapiclly cleveloping into lormiclalxle con- li-nclvrs lor ll"illll posilions. Will: a sllow ol' slxill ancl lasl plays lliv lllgoplisu 4-im-rg:-cl viflorious llrom llle annual Sopli-Frosll loollmll gmnv. ljvrrc-nlagv voinpu- lalions gave' lllc' class a seconcl place railing lor all evcnls in lnlrainural compvlilion -Sopliuinore Paul Fuller winning llirsl plate in llie loul sliooling ronlvsl. l27l ,.,,,,,,,.. . NV. ...A ,WNNvAN,,., V-.N .,,.,.,vV,.,,V.N-.,,V., ,. Nsff N YQQMNWNWNN-Xwxxwwwm ,-,N xNv.Vv,v..-,xN A IMNIIQI. I IH I I If WINS III -Xi I,rvsi1Ivlll 'I I If DNIXS QIXII U Vim 1- l,l'l'iIlI4'lII RIVIIXRIJ HRH!-XI' .l. fl'llNllf'l'I' Nw rvlm v IQIYI HSS O j. IVIIII4-r, W. Gram'ich, T. Sampson. P. Zang, J. Viau. D. Nlarasco. P.IJ1sreIzvu-ng. If. Nlaggnrou. I.. Grn-wlner. W.Amurcmr1. T. Bl:n'kl'1urn. J. McAllmrer, D. Coleman, V. Sarbune, L. Fadlvy. Randolph. I. Hanralty, Nlulkern, j.CurI1-v. Dagcnficld. C. Kramer. Belrher, j. Ruaso, T. Cairo, I:. Crawford. R. Groom-. R Sanesc, R. Iiurhner. li. Dorgan D. Frxzzcl. T. Fenlon. II. Hengen, C. Black, Storn-V. R. Ovvrfhfd. A. Svn-clwv. C Insckn, I.,I.nmhard1. Aluxandcr. D. CaI1iII, Elford, A. Salvini. W. Eal, NV. Cahill. I Bi-II, Cv. Kusn-r. R. ,Is-utgvn. R. Finm-ran, A. Clark, O'DonnclI. D. Fxorini. W. Taylor. H. P4-ters. j.IVlurpI1v. D. Hn-lm. C. Wnlusn-rut. P. VunV1II1-, D. Corlu-lt. C. Haag. IZSI . . . 7-Yfl4?5YfQ22,xfv-f.Afvv-vvvxxsnx , A 71411111411 VwAAMVAQQ.A i.X???2Ax2VNYXilf1fTfff H. Bans. R. Roberts. R. Cline. G. Bro:-zsman, Slceller, Hitluey. H. Pearson. Miller. Rinehart. W. Donough. R. Callinan. R. Slattery. F. Bebcrdirlc. M. Porchctti. Holland, M. Hollern. Casbarro. V. Geli- nvau. G. McCann. Grady. W. Auer. R. Lidclll. W. Price. Disabato, l.. Rose. R. Pierre. P. Kaltenhach, E. Diltz. R. Moore. T. O'Reillv. W. Hansel. R. Wanncr, R. Slattery. W. Sharlach. H. Mercer. J. Hodapp. C. Justus. R. Hintersrhied, D. Priest, F. Albrecht. W. Carlisle. Khoury. P. Moran, E. Hinrerschied, R. Koch. G. Kane. Bell. Brammer. T. Fox. Lutz, A. Penzone, T. Stowell. R. Beachlcr. T. Dowley, W. Ruisinger, W. Srhubert. C. Warsel-c, R. Farrell. H. Fisher. W.Kunkl1-r, Sahrey. T. Kccfc, I.. Schrcller. lfnle-ring upon their high school rarvers, approximately one- hunrlrvrl lilly mem- lwrs ol' thc' class ol' i-13 louncl llivmselyvs lwingj lml ahoui in a ln-wilclering lvashion. l':X'0lIlllillly, ilu-sv pf-rpli-xml ancl mysiilif-rl slurlents clryr-lopf-cl lhv almility to over- conu- innuineralvlv ohslaclvs, such as, acquiring ancl luulvrsiancling ol' inlriraiv rorriclors mul rlassrooms. TIN- lfrvshinc-nls own vluh. the Hlfriars Clulmf' was orgjanizc-cl al ilu- he-ginningf ol' lhv srhool year hy the lll0ili"l'ill0l', Rf-v. li. D. Nc-aly, UP. llnrlvr the auspircs ol' this flulx. ilu' l:I'f'SlllllPl1 sponsorvfl mlilw Fra-slunvn Frolic's." the lirst clanre Pvvr Ia-lil hy a Freshman Class at Aquinas. To lmolslvr allemlanre al svhool clanrvs, the Ul:riars" C0llCllll'lPfl a clancing rlass cash il-uc-sclay noon cluring the lunch hour, ancl thc- hr-nelits clcriyerl lrom this svs- sion have- lwc-n noiire-ahle ai all SllllS6'qllPl1l social alilairs. ln the livlcl ol sports-the l:rf'slnnvn lost io a more 1-xp:-rif-iirvrl Sophomore ls-am the animal Soph-Frosh loothall gaine-. The lfrc-slnnen also organizecl a Sunclay lmaslwlliall lc-agjuv lo give those- noi parlicipalingj in interscholastic galnes a rlianfe lo pc-rlecl llwinsc-lyes ancl wear the Green anal Colrl in coming seasons. Conrlluling a year in which lhvy hrolw many pre-cvclf-rits, the Class ol l04'3 loolxs lorwarcl lo thru' more' years ol well-rouncll-'cl school ariiyilic's. i291 AA, sfxfwfxfsfvvxfvxxv V-Jvxfvfxfxfvsfxfvvv - f.fvsfxfxfxfxAzsf-- . f .fx,-xfxfx.'r.,.fvx.fxzxf,f- fuvvv fxfvvxfv .1 .1 -f-,fwmfw fvvvv- - V fx.-N ..-xr-. fyfxfsf-,fxfxfxfxfx - Mxfsvfs- - .f-V-N.fxfx.fxfxfxfxf-vfxf. ,V ,f-,f.,x,-Xfx,-x,x.fx,x1-,f-.fx vs!-,f.fxf. fx fx Au-,fs A f -N 'sf-Xfxfxfxf-,fxf-V-sf. 4' .f 303 'Hu' IQIITIIIPIA ilflXill1t'l'Illl'llf in purlirulnr In-Hs mul llw vnlvrhnimm-nl ul ilu' lll1'll ul lmnormw is ilu' lwolyolcl purposv of ilu' pnrious flulxs mul or! II In .- Qmlizulions nl .X!lllillJlS. lgmnnrrmx' wi ' ' elm. I'0r Illust- world of ilil'IDIilIN"S, I1'lvviQion, rn ' ' 'sv livlmls, ilu-Q4- who wisll Io vvnhm- cle-1-pm' mio ilu rlulrs ure- orgunizx-cl. 31 vNlvxAfvX .fvvxzxfxfxfxfxf fvvxfxfymfvx vvxfvvxfxfxfxfxfxfxfxfxfv Afxfvw'vxAAAfxAfvxAfv .f-xv 10412 - qlllllliflll MRS. VI I' . .NI Q' pr,- . H-QIN zsnlent F' i l lie A . qul na NRS, I ORRI-1ST Fl 'RTIN Yin' ljresiclent Due to ttle untiringj elwlorts ut its -mlxers, ttle Tenttn Anniversary ot' ttle . otllers Clulr was martcecl try a most t smnccesslvlll year ol artivity. 1 a cling an intense program lor tlxe . INS. I'yNl'I, MY!-QRS " f-1'1. sun-r year was ttne annual lmazaar ancl turkey clinner llelct on fyctnlmer 20, Vlqllf' varrl party ancl ctanre at tlme Neil House on Felrruary 0 was ttxe largest party in ttle tlistory ol tlle organization. Regular rnonttlly lunctleons aunt carat jxmgr RI.XYfX1fjfQlj Sf'lI:X'Hil4ZlfR parties liepl ttle memtmers ot! ttle vlulm Smmuw continually artive. ,l-lll' lI10tllPI'S were as usual the tmstcsses at the annual stlutent retreat lxrealitz st. ll. tl, Mt-UINIJZY, UP. IN n 'fnlor U21 Xxx,-x vv.f. vxfx .fvvx A fxfx,-,fxfufxfxfx VN,-J v-ifxzx fxzxfxfxfxfxfxfwf .mfxfvvvNAAfVX,N,,,vxA .fxf fxfxw lntlwc f ,!J?1ul11ar1 1042 rgs Club 'lqlie annual Senior Class picnic was llelcl at ltuclieye Lalie on lvlay 28- -ancl again tlie lxlotllers Clulm more tllan satislliccl tlie ravenous appetites ol eiglity laoys lxungfry from swimming, lmating, soltlmll and golf. Tlie rnemlmers ol tlme lxlotluers Clulm are to ln- commenclecl lor tlie excellent work wliicll tlley liave avcoinplisliecl llllflligf tlie past year. rlwlley are respon- silxle in no small measure lor tlue unam- sucfesses lliat tlie lmoys of Aquinas en' joy-lmotll on tlle Campus ancl in tlie social avtivities tlley carry on ull tlle rampus. "f2'3i'f?,il'53xii'liVx,-,fvvx,fsfv-vxA fvvvs. .-vvxfx AJN, Lollvrv Afxrxfvs f, Druflecl 331 lnspvfl D ion N' ss parm Cum' le muy- ul mlm f V V i - - 'EQ :ii 7l'Ii2Ql3yX'5?,21., iirfiifrg 1 I-1 ... - Ll J It H ' if 1 1 ' -1571 L1IA,?1',l?v 'T'l:-TJJQ3 james F. Driscoll, President: Thomas Corrigan. Michael lVlcClory, John Anglim, Franklin Crawford, Robert Myers. Walter Helm. john Farley. Harold Krouse, Thomas Blackburn. Willualix Doyle, Charles Welcli. Karl lrwin. Wlilliam Favrer. .ituclcnl cjtlllltti ln the school year I0-ll-42 the Stuclent Council. with .lames Driscoll as Presi- mlent, reacliecl a new peali in legislation ancl activity never lxeliore attainerl at Aquinas. Ihr- lirst ollicial act ol the year was the acloption ancl ratiliicatiou ol a new constitution on Septemher 26, l01ll. lmmecliately lollowing this was the cleclaration ol a student tax ol twenty-live cents per semester, the use ol which resultecl in a series ol' wicle-ranging projects anti social activities. A hohlmy show, a gala lootlmall hanquet anti various novel clances heltl the spotlight on the social calemlar. lfnter- tainment ol the Fenwiclc team, a Stuclent Bowling Tournament, ancl the presenta- tion ol a new llag anal wrestling trophy concluclecl the list ol school projects. Stuclent court was helri lor clelinquent taxpayers anti various campus prohlems were cliscusseci at the regular meetings. Under the Councilis clirection charity clrives lor the Red Cross and the lnlantile paralysis iuncl were concluctecl among the stucients. E341 '31 Tifvfil il 'VYTZ Z7 2 73 2 , J I H fill fl lll 12575-Yx'X'N'x"XA" FA"5'?Q"A' 'fvxixf 'i I"T'Flx'bA'VvVNAA ff 5 L fvxfvefvsf wr, V .fxf-xxx, V . , ,V . fs!--xxx-sffs Rec ard lilulm time inlancv ol the RECORD CLUB l1as passed time test ol tile tender age. 'l-ll? liirst year ol tile clulmis existenre has not diminislmed time ardor ol its memlmers. It lias realized a devotion to tlle liigli ol apprefiating Classifal music tllrougll tlie medium ol tht- recordings ol' tlle worldis greatest artists. 'line programs wliirli were considered on eaclu lxlonday afternoon during tlme sclnool year rovered a wide range. The diversity ol' taste among tlie memlmers gave zest to tlie discussions ol relative merit due great composers. Tscliailcoxvslcv and ltmarli sllared top place as lavoriles. Tlle lmigll diversity and lyric quality ol tile one, and tile deep spirituality ol time otlmer, determined tlxe tl1irst lor time xvorlis ol eavlm. 'l-lie ligllter vein ol' fiillmert and Sullivan was not neglected. Side luv side witll llraluns and lleetlioven tlne liglit opera lound appreciative ears. Time empliasis on symplmny wlmicln granted genuine pleasure tlmis year will prolmalmly lxe supplanted lmv operatim' xvorlis during next vearis inliormal meetings. Michael Nlrclory. Donald Messmer. ,lohn Kaus. William Stanton. Fr. ,l. G. Crombie, O.P. 1 5 I U51 fxzsxsfs fxfsxvxfx f x N142 ,fxLl14in1'al1 'WNVWNWANANVVNANVNAN Rulvti us XXII-i'xllN'Tifill'l iusl yvnr, lim ii uwnrci. Rc-lying on its nrlislic' topography, uniquv features, anci complete- news covvrage, time pups r ic-vis roniicis-nt ol remaining tops wilil the Nalio i 5 i i sf fxfx. Palric iam 'I I IOINMS VURRICIAN ifriiior in CNIHUI RICXHARIJ lQll'llNlCR l:c'ulun' lfziilor KQXRI. IRXVIN Spnrls firiilor Nllfl i.-KH. 3l1C'I.f DRY i'issrv1'iul1' limiiior Rl-N, IUIIN I. NIULLUY, U.l'. ix iolivrulur as ils ewes again sc-I on fin- cow' nn . cm aslic Press Association. in nciciilion if lin- N.S.P.A.. lim PAT RiCiAN uiso remains a me-mixer of file C,iltilOiiK' Press Association anti I N fxluiii unci Svroii, ilonornry journuiism sorif-lies. Ruiwrl lei ir I n'l IJIXK Y Ill I' clI'l1'Sl'Ill1'f iinui iXuih-1 fllbfllilll ix usivr iimmu ixionlvii 1 s Xviiiiann Slunlon XX nil:-r iiviln 'mm-s iylilliiliii fini inrli lcllilllillil !4'lliil'f Xxiiiil nn i'r.niu-r Xxviiilllll inxn-I IRIIIIVS I,llI'54'Y iusi-I in fxiniiu-rn liiilll I IIIXXITN .loimn Runs iirnniiiin ii iniln Xxliss iunw Munn. xiii il wi silI'X iin i361 ff .fsfxfxfv , sf-.fvwxfxfvvxfvx fxfxfx vox. 'sf f-.A1vvvvvxAfv.f- Ars fNfvvvvxfvv.,sxvxfvxAfsfxAAfv -' fvxfxfsfxfv-xfsf-,fxf xffxfsfxfxf mf. -N xfxfx 'sf-xxx,-xfxfxf-xxx-' .ixfxfwfxfxfxfxfxfxfxfxm ,V Jxfxfxfxfv-vxfxmf ffxfxfsfxfv-,fxf-vs,x fNfVsfvvxAfvvx,Q f-V-xfx fxfvxfxfxfxfsfvx .XICII5 X. Ill IK IIXIxI ul 4'f 'I ,Avg , I u n :IIII 'IUII I IIIHNIXS K'URRIil,XN I"1Iilurill fII1ivI IXNIIS I . IBIIISH II I. .I.1i.-im. I,.Ii1.,r I I It WINS .X. XII IN I I'I I .Illw I'f4IiInr .IUIIN II. I'.XIlI,I,N IInwiru-Ns .IIunu5u'r RI'X,l'II I' ' .xlmlvrulur v sI1oxx' 'Xquinue us w 1- Imvv sc-4 n II I 0 XXI IIN' wluIIII UI IIN' Iflll Iluvv Il'lQ'iI I0 . 4. .' xx x ml IIFIIIIIL IuI1ric' UI IilllQIIIK'l' nmI NUIIDTINCN v. . yn-urs wv Imu- spvnt In-rf-, yvurs tImt Imve- 'o 'en ' se f ImIIIm-s umI rmnrmIf-sInips, cIisupp0inlnwnts umI virlnrivs. fXmI now, ImyI100cI gone-, mann mm In-nga-s. XVI- Imvv lrix-mI lu pr:-sc-nt in words and pictures wI1ut we Imvc seen oI IocIny unc w ml vc- vision UI' lmnorruw. 'I4Ilis is our IIinnI InsIi all Aquinas. Xve Impf- wc- Imvc- Iwvn SllC'l'l'SSI,ll IQ37QI I ,l..I-H Iflu. fImmru4' Nun XXIiIIium I'4.we IUIIII I-Inu vrw I Iu.uIn-. ,X I'mrIxurI fanrI II IIulnmn XYiIInmu VII. I7mI4 X X' XYN I Imx.lr1I I. 51Ilm Ivo I Invin mI K' ID.-.IN , , I . . . '-4- , "wffl.lrfrau john Ifarlvy. Harry Vollmer. Paul Kaltcnbach, Rev. W, A. Nlurtaugh. O.P.. Nlodvrator. Raymond Sfhmelzur. Paul Schodorf. Lewis Pagv x Iac!! in I INII I,lI1'IIl IIII' wur IIN- an-Iivitic-s oI IIN' 'Xquinus RzNIio CINIJ Imvc- IN-1-n rImsIic'z1IIx zurIN-II. Rc-gisIruIim1 xx'iIIl IIN- III-cIf-rz1I CNOIIIIIIIIIIIIYIIIOHS CIOIIHIIISSIOII is imp0ssiI mNI IIN' ImNiIcIinQ illllI op:-ruling oI' I-Ilillllu sc-Is 0llIInw1-cI. XXIIN-ll IIN' QINIJ was rx-ussc-HIIJIQ-:I IIlis If-rm, I1-wis Ijugjc- was f-If-III-II pr1'sicIe IImx'nrrI SI'IlKNI0l'I-. x'ir'c--pre-sicI1-nl, mNI Ray S1'IlIlN'IZl'l', sf-I rr-Iury. I INII-r IIN- nI1I4- Ie-INIQ-rsI1lp 0I IIN-sv I-xp:-rN-xN'c-QI OIIN1-rs illllI xx'iII1 IIN- ausishuuc uI Rm. XV. X. IXIIIFIIIIIQII. flp., CIUIJ nNNIe-ralI0r, prugrf-as wus IIN- IQPXIIOII' UI IIN group llnis yt-ur. VIIIII' IlIl'I'l'ilSIIIQ p0puInriIy UI IIN- 1-If-clriv IDIIOIIOLITEIDII, cmmnonly Imown an IIIIM' Imx. Inns rousc-QI gre-ul inI1-rc-SI in IIN- op:-mIIon QI IIN-sv IINICIIIIIPS. TIN- von SITIII Iion RIINI IIlllll'0Yl'lI1PllI UI IIN-sv PIIUIIOQFIIIJIIS Ims IN-1-n IIN- c'I1ic-I 0I1jf-c'I UI' sh IIN-sv pansI nNmII1s. I 383 4- J A. li -Q.. - MII! N l'V4b lllli f'n1'un zravzwz- '+x1:fV':::rf-454: X ?TiIC:3?'T'5'i'7' V11-22 lin- xiiul purl XN'lliCil anviulion plays in ilu- clvsiiny ol our couniry mlflf-rl impor- iunu' lo ilu- .'Xi'.Rf7 Q I.l lil tllis yvur. lxlusl ini:-rc-sling to ilu- shulvnl lmncly wvrv time lrvquvnl lvst liiglils lmlci on llw fnmpus. alluring wliic-lu nc-wly lmuilt uml mic-si,Qm'cl sliips mmlc lllvir inilinl lnlif--oils. HX nmcivl uirpori lmusing various plumes wus lliv 1'llIlD.S ronirilmlion to tim liolrlmy SIIOXY. llnil ln umpvrntion xxilli lim clclcnsv vllort moclvl lmomlwrs wvrc- colmslrliciorl ol' ml Shih-S uml lforvign Air Forvvs. Sillnolwtlc' stuclivs lo iclm-ntiliy moclvrn liglli- ing sllips mul vnllmlmlf- inlornmliun on illiYillli'9Ki mul improvvcl llwories ol axviuiion xu-rv lin- lopirs ol cliscussion ul ilu- rvgfulur clulm ruler-Rings. I.. Row. W. Prim: Koch, J. Randolph. R. Piorfu, Rrv.W.A.Ml1r!.1llgi1.0.P..Niudcralor R. Liddil. if. jnrquay. XV. Donuugh. R. Slain-rv. j. Lutz. R. Groom-. J, Condon. R. Moore. R. T1-allv . vis . Q ' ' " s l i391 lfugn-nv Malnoncy. '44. Parlxanwntarlnn: lidward Cooney. '21 Recording SQ-rrs-tary: ,lnlm Carrolf '11, Corn-Npunclumg Svrreraryz Bernard Burke. '19, Svrgl-ant-ar-Arun: Ruclmrcl Vlngnvr. WI. 'l'n-.nurerz ,lon-plx Nlurphv, '12, V1rvPrvs1dem: Rl-v. li. li. Yunkus. OP.. '25, Nlndn-r.1mr: Clmrlvx Mfflrcn-vy, 'J . Prvwldulu: and John Cnrbvn. '34, Publuculy Sl-cn-tary llw llH'll wlm ullc-mlvfl xxquinus in llu' paul yl-urs lmve- lwvn unilc-al in spiril .xml nrlivily lllfllllfjll llw .'Xl.llNlNl .AxSSflCl.'X,l'lfJN. blllu-sv mf-n, now 1-lngangc-1 III llw cllllvrvnl pursluls ol lllv, ullvr llll'Il' ililVII'0 mul 4-Xpvru'm'f- nml In-Ip lo tln Sflllf Xllh ll is will: ple-nsurv. llwn, llml wx- wvlrmm- anml saululv llu- ININI S'l4R.lX'l'liC1Y li! HARD ,lark llc-:u'm'lu'. llzl. fflxalrmanl Rev. V. lf. Yonkus. Qllf, 'Jig Carl Nnppl, '14, Sl-rr-'ury llunnms Tarpy, 430, Vin--Clmurnmn lr4oj x f ,fy .m'm'an 3 'Hn' .'XSSfJCI.'X'I-NDN is rulvlt by 0fI'iCc'rs vlvcttvct yvnrly in the vnrly palrt of ilu' ya-nr. Ir is t'll'iT ctuty to prepare tlw Gvlwrnl IXSSCIIIIJIY for news, pulmlifity unit m'lix'ity. 'Hu' .Nclvisory CNIJIIIIIHHPC' is tllv Strategy Board, XX'IItCll passes the luinnt worcl on tlu' work and progress of the General Body. By' their monthly lneetingjs, ttwir mlisrussious aunt tlwir plums, the Strategy Board has pertxornwct ctvc-its ttmt ure' known to ull. suflv as the Retreat. Spring ljill1l'l", Bowling l.f'ilLflIt' unit the New YQ-ur's IJill1t't'. 'Hu' .-XLUMNI lxerelmy extends its sinrerest greetings and rongrntulntions to llu- Grmtlmting Class of '42, Welcoming the Graduates to its memlmerst1ip. H13 vxfxf-vx.fx..'x.fxfx.fxfxfxA.f Vx vxfxfvxfxfxfvxfxfxfxf- A 1- vvxf- vxfxfxfvx, -X - ,xfxfxfxfxfxfv fvvwfx V.1f, 5 fff4'j , 'u71:U1Ul1:41 Dorwv' , Thurn. Jamcscx V K llenlwafh. Jnhn kits. Nhchnex Mc or Griesemvf. Pad 3 h ML-rccr, Go' 3 rd Lchnff- Lawrcntencc Srhrcller, Hug Btlfivsonxa, Smwell. LUV' Illmlurgjoml lay Frvslmnwn me-mln-rs ills' Qiilllllxfil Clulm Q01 nxwny In un vurly slurl lay 4-In-fling .lnlm Dorsvy as Prosiclvni mul Nlivlmvl Nlrfllory ns S01l'f'till'Y-,"I'l'iISlIl'f'I' I4-0H0XK'illLf 4-early 4-lvrtinns lim uSllllHf'fI3lIQ'Su colmclllrlf-cl n serivs of rrmtf-sls lo svlvri Ifn' Irvs! valraniiull. Innclsun Je- mul snow src-ne slmis. live-rx' IIIPPHIIQ Ikouml ne-xx' mrinls I , I uHf'rr'rI for rrilifism. 'I-Ill' 1-xililvil 4'0lltl'ilDlItPKI lo IIN' Student Holxlvy Slum' was line- clulfa olllsluncl- ing! nrliviiy nl' IIN' yvnr. This display wus alrrzxmjvcf mul prvsvrllvcl unrlcr ilu' tlirvr- liun ul' IQPY, C. Y. Rvivlmrl, CIP.. motlvrfxlor. IIIVIIIKIPCI in Illis Qmua wvrv nmnv I , prinls xxlnirln 'mtl In-1-11 winm-rs in city. slim' mul naniionanl fmnpviilion. Ruin-rl I-lllIl'I1,UlN'0' ilu' l'0rf'l1msi Stllillqllt plmlogrupllvrs all :Xquinus ns xxvll ans in IIN' Cily. xxau uwnrrlml luirsl prize' for his niglnl slmi ol' Cilnclc'l.N i423 C 1lll ' Dramatic Cxlllb ,N -.f,A,,:, 1942 .flqlll-l'll.I1l'l MWWWNMN H time Dramatic Clulr Following time successful prociuction of NYARDBIRDS, . , uncier tile supervision of Rev. VV. A. Nlurtaugll, OP., soared to a new liiglm in tlivir llN'l0Cll'ilIllZltlI' presentation of Hcolcl in tlwe Hills!! or Domi Sisters SeCrc't.U rl-lie script, lvl'0Il1 a Broadway production, Containeci all tlie intrigue, plots ancl subplots, characterizing time plays ot tile turn of time century. A simple country girl, rauglit in time NN'lliTlNYil1Cl ol tlw wieltefl worlli, is wooetl to time City ily tlie villain wlio liraines a murcler on lier former sweetlieart. Plots anal counlerplots unfolci in wliirli tile villain's treacllery is exposed ami time sweetimearts are reuniteci. Hilarious cianu- lines featuring iast stepping, lliglm lciclcing girls, circsseci in frills ancl wearing lnigll plumecl liats aclciecl unusual color ami comecly to tile rtion. pl'0llll fvxfvxfxfsfvxf 'vxfxfvxfxfsfxf Af-.f.,f -Av-fvwx 'vw , fxxf--fy-X, A--sf .fxmfxfxf , 'V-fvvvv-Afffwl s f -A,mAAfvvxfvv,.f fxfxfxfxfxfxfxfsfxfxf f- 1 .fxfvs-.1-vs, -xxx!-.fxffs fx,-.fxfs.f-fs,fs.f-N. ---.A - -xfy-N fx x A - , -X.-., -X1-yfxf-V-xfxfxfx. - ,fxfx--sfxf-fxfxfxfxfxfx, fxfxfxfsvx.-x.,-Vx,-V-X, s -ofxfxfxrxfxfx,-xfxfxfxfx fvxfxfx,-Nfsfx,-xfx,-- NW 1942 .Xdlilll-lllitl n H. Haus, T. Courtney, J. Neal. Dambach. J. Casbarro. S. Adams. M. Slmevlin, R. Mulbay. J, Storey. J. Boyhan. H. Vo lmer. W. Heimlich. R. Beachler. C. Vollmer, Flowers. F. Mulbay. Virginia Elliot. Patricia Corrigan. Rev. W. A. Murtaugh. O.P., Director. M. McCourt. Orclmostra Alter teclious lmours ol prartire tlme nmenmlmvrs ol time orclwstra lmlvrmclvrl time lmar4 nmonious strains ol tlmeir various instrunmvnts into a synmplmnnic' rlmytlmnm conmparalmlc' to nmany top swingsters. Anmong time nmany BIIQEIQPIIIPINS wlmiflm time orrlmf-stra contrartecl, time tlmirtl ron- svrutive invitation to play lor time lxlotlmeris Clulm clanrt- at time Nt-il House' was timi- lmiglmliglmt ol time season. Various sovial activities, anmong wlmiclm the Fenwiclt ancl Clmristnmas tlancvs wt-rv time largest, prcsvmmtml tlmt- orclmestra witlm opportunities lor irmrrf-asilmg tlmvir popularity antl tlmf' gaining ol valualmle cxperifmnfe. Duc' to war priorities ancl inrreasml Posts. plans lor a sclmoul lmammcl lmavv lmvc-n tvmporarily almalmtlonvtl. However, tlmis projvrt is Pxpvftetl to lmt' rvalizvcl witlmin clue- umursv ol tinmf-. X441 fszxzvxfs fxzxhfx M ff!-YQ -i 7141-I?l'lll1 Ulm- Club Allliouijli limilvcl in ils sropc' ol' arlivilv, llw film' Clulm maclv rl:-iinilv progrvss llirougjluoul elif- vvar. ll was organize-cl primarily lo rf-prvsc-ni Aquinas among ilu- vlioral groups wliosc- rc-rorclings wore plavvrl over loucl spealu-rs lo lvnml almosplu-rr' lo llu- cloxvnloxvn Clirislmas clvroralions. ll-lu-sv rvcorclings xvvrv also prvsvnlecl ow-r raclio slalion Xvfxfll. iluring ilu' lloliclav svason. A film- Clllll al Aquinas llas greal possilxililivs lor aclvanrelnenl. From among ilu- slumlvnl lroclv an vxrclllenl Cllorus ol male voices llas lmevn raisvcl al various limes llor entertainment purposes-on lliis lxasis, a cliapel clmoir lias lmeen propose-cl lo I'ilI llne many religious avtivities ol' tlie scllool. Xrxliill iimv ancl prartiu' llie club is expects-xl io develop into a leacling organ- izalion al Aquinas. T. Ward. T. Nlonn-ll, D. Coleman. W. Carson, Manning. R. Jonas, W. Stanton, Hannigan. G. Nloorv. EL lfisser, K. Brown. W.Fral1er. Rev. W. A. Murtaugh. O.P.. Moderator. R. Duffield, Douthitt. A. Crawford. .. iurkarr. l45l .fam-K. A r A -sfo--. A,'.fs,-,ffvf ,A fs. f-fm -x-,fsuxf-sfxf r ffvffxmfvvvvv : 1- Aaxfxfxfxfxfxfxfl- fxffxfxfvxffxfvvv f f-.fxfx--.fs-mfs,f.fv-X. ,axfx-.fx-f,fVfs.fvxfs , x K, X X -,r -V-. X xx xx X , -X . -. Xp- -, X s, xmfs Nfx-wx,-xfxfx af-X-xfx A .fs.f,Afxfxfx.fs.fxfxfsfs -sfsfxf,A,,xfxfxfxfxfs.,xf .m,x,x.x.fxfxfxfVxfs,- r-.fxfs,fs,fx,-N,N,s,xfx,s wlvl ,.,,,,V WL: I - qu f ., . illlmlfl' lwfzln "1-1-Y1": rfp f:-2.41, l- H61 A: . . 'Hs . Juuf' . 2 91" . . Vw-J M 4 505, Rafi , ZQQ .5 vm xfwgggxf. lxlen ol tomorrow musl lmw- pow:-r uml slrengllx lo slluulclvr an worlml lllnl lms ln-on lnrn lay fonllicl. Rerogfnizing llml u wx-ll cle-vvlopf-rl lmcly is vssvnliul lo an well clvvvlupl-cl will untl inlellffrl, Aquinas' lmlmm-fl sporls program llils llc-r men lor lllis unseen--lor tlu- llulurv. ff!-1 J , Ijlllulllvnll l. M M .Qgqufnian N l ,, -,, Vagt, Brammer, Fadley. Sanese, Murray. Abraham, Falter. Porchetti. jacquay. Marasco, Pirik. Posani. Alex- ander. Litzinger, Mcclosky, McMahon. Thomas Hollern, Irwin. McQuade, Roehrer. R.Seipel, Lucijanic. Welch, Rieder. Slattery, Favret.Co-Captain: Lehman, Murphy, McDonald, Trapp. W.Scipel, Massenelli. CoACaptain: Murnane, Wiss, Feeney. Assistant Coach Frank Zadworney. Coach Frank Cumisltv. Burrus. Carson, Biggert, Berry, Blackburn. Curtin, Bates, Straub, Myers, Flowers, lroothall After talcing a 25-0 trouncing in the opening game against Zanesville. the toot- ball team hit their stritle ancl in quielt succession tlownetl lxlarion, .laeltson antl North. Capitalizing on smooth teamworlt. featuring lleetelootecl, tleceptive haelts antl a hartl worlting line, Aquinas, in the opening City League game. toolt a powerful North squatl over the hurclles 20-0. Conlitlent ol a City l-eaQue rhatnpionship. Aquinas. playing on a water-soaltetl liieltl. was ltnovltetl out of lirst place hy a Central powerhouse. Then hamperetl hy iniuries ancl wet lielcls, the squacl tit-tl with lfast anti South. hut finally recoveretl their olcl lorm in heating Vvest I5-0. liarlchone ol the team was a last, shility hacltliielel antl a hartl rlmargfing line. Supporting a quartet ol ,iim lwlurnane, Bill Seipcl, Earl Trapp ancl Pmoh Nlc'Quatle, Aquinas sportetl an equally gootl set oi haelts in Roh Seipel. liert Strauh antl Art lfeeney. ln the line, Charlie Vvelrh. captain-elect lor I0-12. .lohn Nviss. Franlt l,ehman. Co-captain Dirk lxlassenelli antl Karl lrwin openetl witle holes lor the lmll carriers. The line was somewhat llillllDCl'f'Ll hy the loss ol Co-Captain liill lravret clue to illness. Among these stellars .lim lxlurnane, liill Seipel antl Chuflt Xvelvh ratetl All-City selection. Afsf f fvvvv-vsfvxfvv- - ,fvsffsfv ffvv ve A ,Y Afxf.f,,-vxA,vVxfvxA.Nfv-.,vCx,s,,e,X,v,,v5Ve ,VV-jg, - AA MVA V -1 'XfXfN!Kf vvvxfsfffsfxfxfvxfxsfvxzvvx .!gq,lll.I'llll1l'l I With the brightest prospects in years for at championship team in l942, the football squad suffered a hard blow in losing Coach Cumislcy to the Navy's ath- letic department. lvlr. Cumislay resigned as industrial Arts instructor and head coach to enter Annapolis for a month's basic training in preparation for his appoint- ment as one of four assistant coaches at one of the four universities the Navy has talten over lor the training of air cadets. At an assemhly, Coach Cumislcy was presented with a defense loond from the student body hy loothall captain Chuclc Welch. The AQUINIAN extends to you, Coach, its wishes that success will attend you in the services ol our country as it did in your efforts at Aquinas. COACH LIEUT. FRANK CUMISKY Aquinas 0 Zanesville 25 Aquinas 6 Central 7 Aquinas I9 lxiarion 0 Aquinas 7 East 7 Aquinas '20 North 0 Aquinas 0 South 0 Aquinas 7 Jaclxson 0 Aquinas 0 Steubenville 35 Aquinas I3 West 0 i491 ,vxAA,NAA,vN,vvK zvv vxfxfvxfxfxzvxzxzvvs fxfvxzxzxfxfvsrxzxlvs f ,fslvxfv zxA1vNlvN fvvNAAA 1 f J-ffvu fr, . George Thomas. Robert Seipet. John Litzinpzer. Frank Pirilc, William Rieder, John Lucijanic, Karl Irwin Robert McQuade. Rirhard lVlcQuade. Thomas Blackburn. Coach "Red" Cumisky. james Mlxrnane, John Berry dtill x' Vvitll lour pre-season virtories uncler tlleir lxelt, tlle IQ42 lmaslcetlmall squacl was a potential clarlc liorse in tlle City League rare. Tlxe Aquiniarfs liopes were slxorte livecl, llowever, as mleleat was lleaperl upon rleleat. ln tlre opening eontest against East Higll, tlle Terriers sliowerl line lorln even lll0lIUlI tlley were rleleateml. ln tlle seeontl tiltiagfainst a powerlul Solltlx team tlley remains-cl in lorm, clisplavinq lligll spirit aml scrappy liglmt. However, tlxe remaining league games were Contestecl lxelore lew Aquinas supporters ancl witll little spirit. Une solitary victory against lfast was tlme rewarcl ol an entire league season. llilll' lllaele ancl Vvlmite quintet ol Aquinas' Dominican rival, Fenwielc, again seorefl a virtory over tlle Green anfl Gold as tlme Clmiragjo team invamlecl Cw0llIIllllllS lor tht- tllircl ol a series ol ll0ltI9 ancl lmomeqames. Pl-lie game, lmitterly eontestecl ancl unrertain until tlme encl, was tlme tllircl eonseeutive lllaelxlriar victory over Aquinas. U01 , ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. A ,ti-,1+N.,i'f,:,t',,'V',:,t'2A'V"',,A,,,-:,.,1"2',1"',,, f 2 .143 Min all :2:2:2:2:2:1:2:2atizitiriziirfrftiriicf ln the District tournament at Delaware, where Aquinas found victory last year. the Terriers drew a powerful South team, that experienced little difficulty in downing the Irish and sweeping on to the Class A district title. Although the basketball squad sported no deceptive forwards nor flashy guards, Bob lVlcQuade, following in the footsteps of his elder brother, led the Aquinas squad in scoring with 193 points in seventeen games for an average of 11.3 a game. Franlc Pirilc, who started the season at center, was shifted to a guard and .Bill Rieder was moved up to the Varsity to control rebounds. The entire squad returns next year, boosting hopes for a championship team in 1943. - Afvvvvffvvvn 2' 3 E Aquinas 50 Mifflin 15 Aquinas 37 West 68 Aquinas 45 lVlarion 22 Aquinas Central 43 Aquinas 37 St. Thomas 20 Aquinas East 30 Aquinas 35 Springfield 31 Aquinas Fenwick 38 Aquinas 31 East 36 Aquinas South 54 Aquinas 39 South 43 Aquinas North 31 Aquinas 37 Hamilton 22 Aquinas West 36 Aquinas 26 North 56 Aquinas Central 31 Central District O. H. S. A. A. tournament at Delaware, Ohio Aquinas 24 Columbus South 49 V 5' 'fsf' 1 if ' i m ' f ' 5515 f- ri! f ? "Q ' sh' 'X , 2 ff! If Mg is A 2 ix fl "A "' - ap ' :Qs f I 4 4 -A151 5? 1 2' Q' Llafi s J 4 EA 5 ' Eurffarf 42 X31 'T ff-si., - ' U11 vxAAAf ixflffvvvvvvvvw Afvxf lj Q 1 I ' ,. . fvi:.21Z31iT'7 'IiliX2ililtT?'b'. 1fjf75fi:2 I . -f ... - -" 7 lllllillli lux? XNV 'V R. Kecfu. R. Campbell. Rm-v, P. F. Small. OP.. Coach: Mussio, K. Brown, A. Wuebold. T. Simpson. W. Amicon. . union' ursily l mlvr IIN' lul vlngjv ol I'r. Snmll. lllv .llllli0I' X gum' svnson. winning viglli oul of thirteen Qiunes. llltllfl' valrsify turns' tlll'0lILfll IIIISCEIIIIPCI wllilr' lure' IIUSS. using n zone' cle Lvnlil lnnvvcl in morv poinls llmn any 0 .'XlllIillilS 28 :Xqllinns -'IO :Xquinns 28 .Xquinns I0 :Xquinns I5 xxquinaxs 33 xxquinns I8 I,Pl1Sf'. I1 PIII In the Var Milllin 25 lxlurion 'll Eusl 26 Slllllll 2I NOI'lIl 20 Xvf-sl 25 Cvnlrnl 20 Fvuhlrilmgj an slnoollm-worlcing. Ivnsl lxrvznlx whim' llwir opponents lo 307. sity. 'I-om Blufklmllrlm pa fhis leam mates. :Xquinns Aquinas Axquinns LXQIIHNIS Aquinas Xquinns U21 'nrsily enjoys-cl nn 1-xu-pliollznlly In 11011-lvzuglw l'0llllX'fllI0ll IIN faking e'x'e'n in ills' Cih' iayvvv I1 nvllf-ll 303 points. ilu- If-mn, lrvfl ilu' Junior fingers. -10 Husl 22 23 Kahn .lcwvlers ll SOUIII 25 II Nurlll '57 28 Xvvst I8 -15 Qwlxlllfill ZH dropping I9 .fxfxfv-Xf,,-,,-V-.fv .4 ,fvxfv A vvvv- ., yvxf Afxfx, JV- Afv x'.x--.fwfxfxfx-xfxfx , Avx xx fx.fx.fxfxfxfxfx,x.fxfxfxf- fsfxfxfxfvxzxfxzxfx-xr AA fxfxfxfx fvv X rj fy Qgqfs. Q-Q, .. xvx'rf:x23:A:':2.-. f -I - - lflllillliilll :zw4:f::L:-zmrff. : . ,raw j. Alexander, J. NlcAllnsu-r. W.Grax11licl1. Nlulkvrn. Sweeney. D. Frizzs-ll. Rev. P. F. Small. O.P., Coach: W.Cnl1ill, D. Priest, l'l'l'S illllclll VIAIN' I:ft'SllllH'lI lJilSli0lINlll ll'illll 0l'QillllZl'Cl illlll K'0ili'lll'll IQUD. I,. Slllilll climl laxirly xxvll in lllv llvw LIRIIIIPS il plnyf-fl willi lllv various .luniur lligll srlmuls ulmut llw rily. .'xX'!'I'ilQlllQ l I INJIIIIS il QZIIIIP, VIYOIII Iglill'liINll'Il XYRIS lllll lllilll UH lllf' ll'illll SFOTI' rnrxl. Xipping ul luis In-1-ls wus lmn 5lII1llSUIl xxlm looli llNllXlCllIill lmnors in ilu- Xvcsl gunm- will: ll poinls. I IIQIIIIIIIUIIS VIIOIVQ' nl llll' l'I'l'SlIIIll'Il IUI' llli' IUIIQIICSI OIIIJOIIPHI XYHS l'fillllillIl .luniur lligll, wllo cmnlmillvcl spx-val, SIIUFISIIIRIIISIIIIJ .xml ll'1lllIXK'0l'li ln lmncl ilu' xxqulilms l:l'USll lwu mlvlmxls in us nmny lllvvlillgjs. l:l'l'SllHl1 l'3l't'Slllll1 l:l'l'NlllIll l:I'l'SllIlH l'l'0Slllllt'll lTl'l'SlHlll in Xvvsl .llIl1lUl' lligll IO 33 ljrzmlilin ,luniur lligjlu 3X 13 lgnrrvll .luniur lligjll So 30 .I li .Xll'Slm-Q 13 28 cllllllllilll fiuilcl 23 13 fimlnmn Cuilrl 30 l53l ,--AAA ..-.. VA .pENxf'Y'NA'VVXfX .xllx ri-i-3 -:ff-:ff .AA Nxww-N'-vxxf A--v---...X A,-.N -. X.- . . X -. -...xl-NX.--H,wX,xx. .f - , .NA K ,x--A- . ,.k, -K.. .xfxfxf-.f-.,-xfxf , , 4 ,, N .-,Y , V Vx ,N,X,-v-v,X,x,,,,Y.,,,. A,-,,,k!,A,vAJx 5,414,1515:'y:1g.21gQ53:f3g,5-Q-13,14-gf. fu-1 ,, ' If H lilll-rl Il ii! 4' ' iffkfl -'--' '13T?9 .I-L.: .1 , 3. 1, ws Robert McQuade, Richard McQuade'. Frank Pirik. Vfilliam Rieder, Patrick Murphy. John Lucijanic, John Litzingcr. Charles Welch, john Mussin. William Harris, William Seipel. James Maher. Robert Seipel. Arthur Malloy. Captain: james Murnane. Paul Heinmillor, john Kirwin, Morrison, Managers james Bell, Timothy Kvefe. Richard Callinan. John Koch. Harry Fisher. lgilSf'llilil ln the lmsvlmall sporlsvust ol hopes lor Colurnlmus High schools, ilu- local pupi-rs prvclirlecl in lmcl season lor llw Aquinas 'lic-rric-rs. Rvlurning xc-lereuls ol last yf'ar's ro-clmmpionship team were nl n premium ami limiiefl to Captain Ar! hlnlloy, Bill Svipvl anal Holm lxlrfgiinclv-ye! lor some we-Plas il Sf'f'l1lf'Ki that Aquinas wus ri-silly going to he an urlnrlc horse.. nncl run Conlmry to prvclidions. Yiclorious in llwir liirst three gnnws, il uppemrecl that flu' pitching prowess ol' ullig Hill' Ric-:li-r mul Bill Harris woulcl lw suflifivnf lo Curry ei wvailx-l1iHing1 rlulm lo ilu- covi-if-cl rllmnpionsllip. The mwivnl nclngjv says. goocl things llllISi count' lo nn Pllll----illlil nl lllis point we foulil close- our story :incl say sim- ply.--Aquinns linislmf-il lair clown the lnclcle-r in lllf' City l-f-znguv rnfv. TIN- firm-11 i541 ,.. ., l , ,.-, .R ,,,., :1:2:2:2:2:2i65T:2:3ai:2:2:25I766 1 2 .fdqllillidln 5121212121fvizizficizizititii53236-Iitiri' and Gold fell prey to a powerful Vvest team, defending co-champions of last year. and since then has heen able to hrealc into the win column hut once in league competition. The Central District tournament drawings paired Aquinas with East and resulted in a 6-I victory for the Irish-'lout again, West came up to eliminate the Terriers from further tournament competition with a 4-2 win on the Ohio State University field. The baseball season can hardly he said to have been a successful one if we view merely wins and losses-lout judging it with next year in mind the season has clone much to develop a strong squad to carry Aquinas' banner into league competition in 1943. SCHEDULE Aquinas Central 2 Aquinas 2 Central 3 Aquinas North l qquinas 2 North .5 Aquinas East l Aquinas 9 East l Aquinas West I4 Aquinas West Aquinas South 3 Aquinas South CENTRAL DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Aquinas East I Aquinas 2 West 4 i U51 ' ' " " ' " " " " " " " " ' ' " " L'-.'-,,vv-""'v-'21-.-1'i,-, 1, ,j . ffl I-fl1'll1.f1,' Guy Vi-ntrcsra, Richard Nlclntosh, Arthur Fecnev. Richard Massvnelli. Coach Frank Zndworm-v, AIIu-rr Krause. Em:-Iio IVI:iras.fo, Rohm-rt Davis, ,Ianni-X K--Ilnvr XXYIVSIIIIIQ ,'XII1'r Ihre-4' yvurs UI' fiily Imaigllv COIIIIJPIIIIIIII, Ihv Irish maiImvn gaiinvfi Ihvir g1oaiIfff-an rimmpionship sImrvcI will: Soulh. Iimh-r tln- Quimimirc- UI' I'ir.inIQ fmII' wuriwy IIN- If-uni In-aiIurf-II Ihre-v imIix'i1IimI IiIIc- hoIrIc-rs. TIN- mul squmI Imt muh' om- muII'Ii chiringj the ss-uson. In Ihr' imIix'irIlle1I IiIIOs. Svipvi,a11IingjmnpI.1in. limktlw 53 pullmI 1Iix'isimi croxxn, wiIh Ili.-I4 hinssvm-IIi :hopping the I65 pouluI IiIIc' fmII Tony Cuminili IIN' IBII IJUIIIIKI IIIIILICIII. II was rho Iiirsl IiIIc Iior I5iII Scipci. I'4or Imly QIHIIIIIIIII mini Uirii BIIISSPIIPIII iI was il IIPIIPIISK' UI browns won Inst yvnr, ,XIlIIIIIilS, wilh Suulh, rvpr1'sm1ImI CIUIIIIIIIJIIS in Ihv Shih- NIM-I III K4-nl Iini- xhx-wily. II0xx'vx'1'l', num- UI Ihr- ,I-l'l'l'If'l'S who IIHIIII' ilu- Irip won Ihr-ir IIIQIIIIIIN. 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From this uumlmer a team ol eight were selt-rtetl who qualily each we-elf lor the City High matches playetl each Saturday morning at one ol Columhus' many linlts. Drawing the lour top teams in the Greater Columlmus area lor the lirst liour matches resultetl in Aquinas tlropping those matches-several hy comparatively close scores. The remaincler ol the schctlule Sll0lllCl liintl the lrish linltsmen winning a major numher ol their matches. Aquinas Grantlview H55 Aquinas 'iyz Central 895 Aquinas 2 .Xrlington I0 Aquinas I2 Avatlvluy 0 Aquinas Slj Bexley 693 Aquinas Vvest Aquinas 31,2 North SW Aquinas South Aquinas I2 East 0 Ht-rt Straub. Robert Smith. Frank Nlarrhi. XVillian1 IVIL-lvin. Paul Weis. Robert Hensley. Nlissing from picttnrt-fwilliam Burke. i571 .fxfwx x-vkvxfxfx -NH x, x -X -.fx,x,--,fv'X-- X 'vs,,s,xfx.f,'-fxxxfx. vfvxf-.fvylvvvxfwf , wsfvvvvvxff,-vs .YV-t,,NfX,N -X, vs,-VV .f tfxfx, vwxfxfvxfsfv Vxfxfxfxfxfxfs fx'-vnfxfvefxfx. -. --. -...-,- 'V-t.fx.f-N,-vs,-,vs ,A mfxfxfxfx, A R ' f f- f A f ' ' K . fx,-sfxfe .es. . .fxfxfxfxfxf-efxfe fx,-e .ft,'xf,fxf,fxfX,fs .1-V V ,Afff-fsfvsfs fxf-..-xxx, fvvfxffxzs 'M-X.. - vlllllllllllili w F. Krlgbaum. If, Biggs-rt. Maher, Groom. E. Cashman icaptaini. Viou, G. Franz, Steller. T. Krnmur j. Dorsey. Mederl, R. Callinan, G, Kane. T, KL-lly, Corbett. C. Rhoda-N . 1 Xxxxrmsllrag l'or lin' lirsl lime- in runny ye-urs Aquinus uns ri-pri-si-rlir-rl in riiy Higii 5XNillllllilIQ lllvvls. 'Hu' swimming lvurn. Ill? inluunl of Aqllirms' rnpiclly growing nllrlvlii' inrnily. was IIIIIIPI' file- fiilllillllf' supervision ol 'Willie-r I. fv. Q romlmiv. fl, P., wllo lH'0llliSt'S nn oulslnniling group olh illlllilfii' sinrs for file' llll'1'fS nvx! yi-nr. 'I-llc squmi was Cornposcti of mcmbvrs lrom all Classes, who unclcr lin! illic- ingi- of fxoncii Bill Taylor. won un 1-xviiing rm-vt from lgvxlf-ygiiroppi-cl four io :Xrlingion :mil Iosl il prncliri- H1064 io l'IliYf'I'Sity. In ilu' Cily Higil ixivvl, lili- I1-ann sllnri-il liiirci plum- will: Norlll ou! ol an Iielil ol nim-, IWW fi, . . I ,', ',4!nvV lififiifl-f,7?7'fQ'-Q'7Qfl'Q?TC'X '2'kfTfTi?'li3Qi!l -. ,. -'N Ifllllllllll 2 AA YaQ-Tfli-.Athi-. ,ff lfrvsium-n sxvilmnvrs imiucieci Dirk Callinan, .loc Viau ami Jerry Kam: tin- Iallvr winning a icllvr iqor iris oulslanciing pvrformancvs. Tile diving squad rom- posvci of Riiocivs ami Coriwii siiowc-ci Pxcvpiionai form in ali tiwir Conlvsls. .inc Cronin was lin- lmreasl-stroke' arlisl, wixiie Franz ami Kramer K'0lllpCtPil in tile liable-siroiw. Sirallil anti ixialwr vxiiilmilvmi iiivir in lilo various irc-1'-siyie vvm-nts. Clllwr nu-mln-rs of time lvam iiwillcic-cl pro-raptain ling:-nv Casiiman, Dirk ixlvcivrl. .iavix Slvilvr, Ffilllli Biggvri, Emi Krigimaum ami Tom Kc-Hy, wiio was vie-cle-ml captain ni' lin- ic-am for nc-xi year. Hy u SIPIHSII Frm' slylp Tullciug ll ffm-r P91 1- My , - -rpfvzxzzxfixzn r ff-x- ,' r,V1z.'11f.1f 7:2 v . w v v 1 v f , XUHIIIUF, fosh-Hn. Nolan. fmnll flIllIiNl2V, fllurlc Xvvlrlr lnlrumurul Inuxiuy H. Krouw. yurlvv, Kvunvr lnlrmmlru s In rvsponsc- Io an Xvnr Dvpurlliwrlt rc-quest, llw ntlmls-tic' clvpnrlnwnt 'ms gfrvulv ly illf0llSiIi0Kl ils inlrumurul program. I'nH0wing,! ilu- inslruclions of llw gnvvrn- mvnl. HH shud:-nls l'llllIllf'ff'fl in ul Ivins! mn' ol ilu- various zu'Iix'ilic's. l'IHl1'f ilu- supc-rvisixm of Assisinnl cwflilfll Frank ZilIlNYOI'IH'Y, an program ol' I'oof'mH. Imk.-r Imll. vonvylmll. wrcwlling mul lxnxingj wus onvrml lo Hu- SIIIKIPIHS :luring gvm vlnss mul Illllfll pc-rimla. Foullmu squucls wvrv orgjmlizflfl iniu four IQ"ilLflIP5 uml .lf fIl1'1"lNl of ilu- SKHISOI! IIN' XYiIIIll'f0l1i'kll'Il IPQIQIIP purliripaulwl in an spvriul vlimilmliun pluyunq In llf'ff'l'IllElH' IIN' n,Qr0ulsH ol' ilu' llIlI'2lIIllllAilI l.vz1Ql1f'. .Xs in luoollmll, llw 1-nlirv sluclc-nl lmcly pnrlic'ipn!0rl in an lmslwllmll progfrnnl. Sl'Ill'lIlIIl'Cl IUUI' tlll' DIIYSHYII PQIIIVEIHOII CIRISSPS. IHIHIIS XYPH' Fllll OH- lllII'ilILf Illllfll pf-rim' lwlorv vlmllulsinsiir groups ol sluclvnl spewizliors. Hwrv is lilllf' cloulml llml IIN- mos! popular infrmnllrnl alvliviiy ul. ilu' wlmlv yvnr was il Bowling Tnurnmm-nl llvlcl on IIN' K of nuvys. This vw-Ill wus M01 ,,Vx,V V, x X,A,Nf-X! VV X,-vxf , J-,fvvvvvx vx.,fx',f fxfxf fxfvxfvxfv-,f fx,N.,x,x,xfx.,-X.,-xfx,,x,f V x fxfx,'vx,xf-.A,A.f-xr .f --. X. X -X -X x -Nxfxf vvvxf fy . f , - --ffJv-.fffx ,f,.f fy-xfxfxf-,fxfxf fx. f .f f f-fvxf-.fxfxfff mf . - , f- JV f-.ffK,mfxf.f-xx-.fxf A -m - . - ,xfx fxxxfxfxf .lnwlieull l.1'g1iun filunnlrs, llUlI'IlllH v'vlllII'lltlllIl'IIl Slllrlvnl vrvrlnl in .xlllllllli l.l'llflIH"4 liusvlmll .lngylim. .xlulu-r. lfullluun, Xvvis, Slruulr . , V aponsulw-ml lmy ilu- Fluclvnl C Ollllfll-illlll lrom ilu' f'llllllISiilSlll nncl inlvrvsl K'l'f'ill1'1l will Iikf-ly lwrmm' an yvnrly 4-vs-nl. Vlqllf' liw--umm c-vc-nl wus won lay ilu- Hcll'Pf'Il Slrvanlxsnellw ilNllYlilllill lligfll scorn' ol llw lournumvnl was rollvcl lmy Sl'lIl0l' .lim Nlulwr. lnuuguranlvcl llnis ya-ur wus nn lnlrumurul Nigflxl, ui wlrifll limv lllv linnls ol' ull inlmmuml umlgwlilion wus run Olly lwlnrf' im nppl'c'4'iuiivc' alllclivllro ol pnrvnls. slmlm-nls uml uxlumni. llroviclingj muny lllrillw, ilu' luurrmlllvni' gfnvc ilu- pun-nts am oppurlumly in sm- ilu' various lilt'llllll'S ul Aquinas lor ilu- rleevlopmc-nl ol llwlr suns' Imflif-S along wiill llmsf- pr0x'iclml lor lllvir IlN'Illill progrvss. TIN- rvlqvrvvs mul iumlgjcs wore- M-If-fn-fl lrom lop sluclx-nl mlllf-rf-S amrl nwnllu-rs ol' tllf- :Xllllvlir cl4'p.u'l me-nl. vliny fqllurrnpsff-filunlc XXVUILII. Kurl Irwin, lim .xlulwr-15-5 XX'rvsll4'r'a-li. CLL1-y, .'xl1'.Xllll4l1'V. llvrl Slruulb. l"ul'n-I. Holm Rnvlrrvr ll. .Nlurusczl X . ' 5 A If61fl 5 Nz::ifYMNWWWWWM"'-ve-'ff-e"""""-Neve' 1 2 jd? uinian WWvWM"'m""e'A""""""- PATRONS His Honor, Floyd F. Green Mayor of Columbus Very Reverend T. S. McDermott, OP., Provincial St. Joseph Province Reverend John F. Monroe, OP. Reverend Walter A. Murtugh, OP. Reverend J. T. McKenna, OP.. '27 Mr. and Mrs. Jaclc Dorsey Heaton's Music Store Dom Alhanese Ed Cooney. '22 Joe lxiurphy, '22 Jaclc Straub. ,39 Michael J. Mcclory, '44 Dave Tarpy, '40 Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Vvhitlach Mr. and Mrs. E. Davis inspt. and Mrs. J. F. O'Connor Mrs. Paul C. Corrigan Mr. William Hollern. '42 Dr. and Mrs. Franlc L. Lally. '30 Miss Clara C. Montag Zenlcer Brothers Monuments Mrs. 1. X. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Foeller Jack Peabody. '25 Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Eichner Charles J. Shilling, '23 Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Straub Carl VV. Lortz, Jr., '41 Joe Roberts, '41 Jerry Anglim. '38 Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Messmer Mr. A. F. McGovern Mr. J. M. Doyle Mr. Richard Lannan Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Driscoll Mrs. Marie Thissen hir. and Mrs. L. F. Cashman Mrs. Catherine C. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Murtha Pvt. James Woodland, '40, U. S. Air Corps Mr. Joseph P. Boyhan, '13 Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kaelin Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schmelzer fcontinued on foz Mr. Mr. MF. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. George H. Quellete R. J. Liddil Forrest Curtin and MTS. and Mrs. Samuel and Mrs. Paul Myers SHCI Mrs. Carl SClln'IelZel" Mr. .lack Riepenhoff '38 Mr. James B. Murnane. '42 Ml T. A. Murnane Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Vollman Mr. Charles A. Burlcart, '42 A Friend Mr. and Mrs. John G. Gerlach Mr. E.. A. Eichner Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. H. A. Higgins George Bontemps J. E. Nolan E. J. McQuade and Mrs. Maurice Ryan and Mrs. C. E. Trapp and Mrs. E. J. Trapp, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Wuehold Mrs. VV. L. Lawless Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraher Mr. and Mrs. James J. McCarthy. '20 Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Douthitt Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wiss Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Hoffman Mrs. J. Baehr Mrs. C. Distelzweig Mr. Mr. and Mrs. VV. J. Lehner and Mrs. Ollie Lauher Miss lrene Schneider The Mr. Mrs. Plageman Family Patriclc Ruddy James Mccarrity A Friend A Friend The Eal Family The Deihel Family Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Burlce Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Thurn Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Schodorl' Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Aumiller Mis Mis Mr. Page s Jo Anne Sterneclcer s Pauline Lombardo and Mrs. J. M. Reichart 810 Ixzxzxzvxfxrxfxfxrvxn xxx!- -'-' -O"'O"-M"-'-'fr'-'V' 194 2 .fdcfuinian a':::sIANMAN"'-2:2:2:2:::t:2:r'MM'wA- THE B E- A PAINT COMPANY 51 East Long Street -Mgf g Eh.- JERRY J. ANGLIM, 'I4 JERRY J. ANGLIM, ir., '39 JACK ANGLIM, '42 v v v 1 1 1 5E FAirfax 4915 Established 1894 1: The Sports Center of Columbus ARROW SHIRTS JOTII1 Shining DISNEY HATS MADE TO MEASURE CLOTHES ROOHNU SPORTING GOODS SHEET METAL WORK R. G. BATES FREEMAN SHOES WARM AIR HEATING :I P AIR CONDITIONING 2' ' 'I I tr Prompt Repairing, Estimating Service CO' gl 163 NORTH HIGH ST. 'I 479-481 N. 20th ST. 4+ Next to the Clock I T631 pAdA5V ,zll"U'UAf" Clif -fL'l1j"1""I1'5l"'-5 t . 1 - ' 1 """""""""' .X4?MinidRMNVWW I 1 Favret Furnace The SUPPIY CO- Herman Falter ss E. GOODALE 11 j1 Packing Co. Williamson Coal Bryant Gas Q 1 Iron Fireman Stoker "purity Brands" Free Inspection 1 '1 o 1 1 ADams 5211 Beef'--Pork'--Sausage Compliments of . . . N E I L H O U S E -.,,g4.33..,.- THOMAS A. SABREY Vice-President and lwanager D541 male pdfl'0l'll'Z0 010' ..f4JVlI'tl:.42l'J ,',?Ig'Q,Qj':I:2:2:I:2:2,11Q:1:2 Ar gA,vg, Compliments of 194 2 .jdqui n ian zzzvzrsszrzxzrsrizzzzrzrzzzzz 11: ST. JOSEPH ACADEMY East qgf Q Eg... Rich Street COLUMBUS, OHIO Uwe Mdke Our Owni, O A. TI'lUFH 1886-FIFFY-SIXTH YEAR-1942 Meat Products Exclusively ll and I2 Central Market 20 East Market 11 1 11 1 Established 1897 1 1 :I ' 1 The 1 Burkley 5' Son Company 1 11 51 N. HIGH ST. 11 1 ,1 GENERAL INSURANCE I and 1 SURETY BONDS 1 11 - 1 11 ADams 3288 ADams 5289 11 11 11 1 1651 parade pafroniza Our ..f'4aluerfi.4erJ vvxAnA I F W NBII I EIN' 'ing l ' III: 1' I I II 4 tw I I , I F 4 I 3 1 I, .I I II II I. 1- II I ? .. I In 1 , II I !I I II I- 'ff I II.-III II 'I ,I III I uw, HI I . II'.I?b LW' lIiIII5iII 4. I I I' I I I. I . I i II. I- I gII'x .If :I . III, I I . ' IL It Ive I.sI I1 II I A I' I ' I "I I M Mm MMIII, if I I' r II I. I. 'IRI EI. If1IQ UI I . I , , I l- . B .3.-- , . . I' 'I .II niplnments df U NAs OTHER NI' R. I H T""Tl If I I' rf J' If ' I I' zi L fi I L 1 I . I , I I I I C . I If I 5 I I I I I I 3 I I Ir I" I I It I I I I I I I I Ib I I I , I I I I f I ' I 1 I I I ' I i 1 1 9 I I III I ,III no I 1 I 1 'I I VII I I Ir I CL I I I I I 0 rw .F I I I I . j I. we A I. Q I I5 If ' I ' lIf2',7 I , I I f K 'F Q. I 'L 'l m I I 'I II 3 I I . I' ' III' ,I ' I I I- I Afvvvvv 1v George lgel - Company, Inc. 1 1 1 1 COMPLIMENTS 1 1 1 ' 1 and 11 1 OF The ' 1 QUALITY 11 1 1 1 CRANE SERVICE If 1 EXCAVATING Shoppe 1 1. O 1 I 1 MAH- 6601 1 269 CLEVELAND AVE 1 1 1 HEALTHFUL! FUN! GOOD EXERCISE! Doctors Recommend It! ROLLER SKATING 0 Every Evening-Saturday and Sunday Matinees ROLLERLAND AIIlCl'iCH,S NEWEST and MOST MODERN Contribution to the Sport FA. 1177 , Parties arranged 1-' Classes conducted. E673 1942 .Aqainian pgade pafronize Our ,xdzluerfigprg s NWN2s:QaQN,v.,va,.',:,Q f94 2 .fdaiuinian Kunlclelfs Food Market FA. 1148 1484 Oak St., at Miller Ave. Fresh Produce, Quality Meats. Fine Pastries LIVE and FRESH DRESSED POULTRY 'T 1 ts tr 'I . tg 9 Ig Foelier s 'I l Steaks -- Chops -- Spaghetti 1 Photo Supplies Whip Grill . me NORTH HIGH STREET :, "Everything for the Kodak" r Beers f-f Wines '-1 Liquors 1C Bob '52 Chuck '59 'u Nick Francisco, Proprietor George '36 Joe '41 lt 1 12 L ' :L ADams 0746 567 N. High Sl' 'T 1, , n D581 :::::51g15pAa5e patf0nl:Z3 Qu-I' .fdJUUftl:.'f0I'J Qijijijijljijjijijiz. 2:I:2:2 :I:2:1:I:1:I .!4q.Ml'H'fan Compliments of THE DGMINICAN FATHERS -..ggi g Ep.- St. Patricks Church Columbus, Ohio f69 J ljf2.c,1r1 pg1,I'nHll'IP Ulu ,,f'11Jver-fa AAzvxm xArvx 1942 jquilzian SINCERE BEST WISHES of SIVIITHS ROLLER RINKS SmitI1,s Main Rink AND Iuka Garden Rink NORTH 4tI1 St. AT NORTHWOOD AVE. LA. 0048 Established 1890 The I. E. McNaIIy Lumber Company H , , an Speczal IVIzllworIz 2034 Leonard Ave. Phone FA. 2158-2159 COLUMBUS, OHIO Bffnafd CIang, Pres. Jas. KTBUICT, V-Pres. pink !9afr0m'ze Our Ig' 1 I CIem Weirick MINISTER AULD CRAFTERS I , 243 NORTH HIGH STREET I I COLUMBUS, OHIO 1 4 I T701 -fglluefliief-I vxAfJAA ,,,,V,,,,V,,,,,A .fdqllinidll 1. COMPLIMENTS 1 Flowers i 'r M N Ig AT REASONABLE PRICES- C amara gl ANY TIME, ANYWHERE 'C Funeral Home 1, -.u.,gHg....- 24 E.. Third Ave. ' 5 UN. 5888 1 k ICFCC 1 1' The Florist qi 1 84 South Fourth Street. at Stat i Bob McNamara, '52 fi ADams 1201 tr 1 Compliments of SAINT MARY of the SPRINGS ACADEMY 5711 . fr. . ,QZ'U-ff' ,Q-lfl'11lll:P Qtr ,fx,!Lferf1.4z'r,iNv3 WW 1949 .fdcfuinian MA. 5395 AD. 9852 MA. 3396 The Westwater Supply Co. KOHLER PLUMBING FIXTURES Engineers' and Plumbers' Supplies Garden Hose 150 AND 152 NORTH THIRD STREET I I Stew Egan-Ryan , gf . Harriggn 5 1: Underldklng Co V ,' New Location , I h 403 EAST BROAD STREET 1 Chapels'-Show Room FINE HAMBURGERS 1 New Ambulance AND ' , STEAK DINNERS ' M. J. Ryan , M. J. Ryan, Jr.--Joseph Ryan. '25 I, George Ryan W. sm AVE. AT GRANDVIEW fl MA. 6665 - MA. 6666 tr I U23 NMN haw ,QI fronizv Czar .Efdrba rfzlw r-.4 Iliitiziziiaif-:2:2:2536C1:13:i:f:?,3:2:2'.AA,vv""""' 1 2 ulnn fan. """""""-'- We extend congratulations to tiie Class of 1942 of Aquinas College High School ir SCHRElCK'S Photo Studio has demonstrated its workmanship to Aquinas students over a period of years i' SCHREICICS Photo Studio 85 NORTH HIGH STREET COLUMBUS, OHIO 'A' Portraits and Commercial Photography i731 pdwde Qzfrnnizr Qu ..f'd1JuerlL40r.4 vvvNfvxAAAfNAfvg,gA,- RA""fbi ,!JqMlfnilln Compliments of The Grandview Lumher -Ngf Q EM.- Joseph C. IVIcNaIIy, '07 COUNTY AUDITOR FranIcIin County N. A. Thatcher COLUMBUS. OHIO C1eneraI Laundry and Dry CIeaning Co. 185 E. THIRD AVENUE UN. 1166 I74I l9AaJe pal"0'1iN OW' -AlV9'liJFV5 """" 1 .lgquiflidn 'V"V"'VVV"VxA",vNAAAAA,vx ci:f5iv2Af- Compliments F of AQUINAS ALUMNI ASSOCIATIQN U51 ,Qian R1 IPUIUQZII Un u0rfi.wr.4 Ax A Afvx f94Q ,fdqfuirufan Compliments of I'IiII,s Company Home of FINEST DRAFTING MATERIAL AND ENGINEERING SUPPLIES 86-92 NORTH FRONT STREET :I 'I I I I I I I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I II 'I I I I I 'I 'I I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I II :I I I I I I I Caito Bros. WHOLESALE Fruits and VegetaIJIes Bananas Our SpeciaIty O Philip J. Cairo, Mgr. II4 E. Town St. CoIumIJus. O. IVIORREY Reliable Iewelers II4 N. I"IIGI'I STREET Central Ohi0,S Greatest Diamond and Watch Store 'I I 'I I 'I I :I I I I I I I I CHURCH GOODS COMPANY, INC. AD. 0745 0 182 E. STATE ST. COIVIPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND I :I I I :I I I I I I I I II II I I I I 'I 'I I 'I I I I I76I pbade pafronize Our ,f4Juarfi.4er.4 Simpson - Barton SeiIJerIing Tires'-Bowers Batteries Brake Service-Lubrication GasoIine-OII CrosIey GIamor-Tone 222 CIeveIancI Ave. MA. 6611 fNfNlNf f 94 2 .fdquinian -ff' - -A'-ff-A-A-Af-A'-I-'-NvvNMeNwvv-M KIRWIN'S if I! Where East Meets West To Enjoy The Best 2449 W. BROAD ST. DINE AND DANCE IN PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS WHERE THERE IS NEITHER COVER NOR MINIMUM CHARGE We feature-Kirwinized Beefburgers-deIiciousIy different Kirwinized Steaks'-taste the difference The HAquinianH Staff Wishes to tI1anIc all wI1o Imave contributed to the Success of this, the 1942 Aquinian Y v-4.-v-. .- A-v-A.- -4.-v-vev-v4.41--Y-.-4.-.-.Av-.A -,-.-4. ,-.-v-,-Y-.-,A I I ,I Refined and not Expensive The ROSS , Willoughby Co'- I ArtI1ur H. Maeder 6' Co. 0 FUNERAL DIRECTORS I Sim 1870 3: 260 W. SPRING STREET I I I I 'I I GA. 3011 High at Sycamore Columbus, Ohio I --,- .,....,. -, ,.,..., 'I ...... ..... .... A.,. - , I I Compliments of If ZoIIinger's Pharmacy I: Q 'I I I: CompIete, Accurate Prescription Service OAKWOOD 6 WHITTIER STS. I It CoIumbus, Ohio ' FA. 0470 Union Restaurant .L 'I PAOLETTI BROS. ' I 52 S0utI1 'I-I1ircI Street I' i Home Made Ice Cream 'I U71 vAwAAQ pdrzae Fafronize Our -fdrluw-figerd VvvvNAAv'QfvA' fXf'xlN!NfxzNJ NWWAMAANW 194 Q .!d:fu17f11'an o Boox BINDERS a LEGAL BLANKS 0 s'rA'r1oNERY U1 5 The IIEER A an m PRI TING O w C0 Q1 I E 372 s. 4th sn. columbus, ohio E Z Q. Q on-'ICE FURNITURE AND SUPPLIES a DUPLICATOR SUPPLIES 953vANwAANxNWNWA !QA'a.w lqlfI'0lll.ZP Our ..fLwnlU0fl14JPl',fQ'j2,'NA'VN'X'N'N'X'N'N'x'x NArvvxrV 1 . -.-,.r..,,- M, 11 C0mP1imCHfS 01 The Don 1V1cA1ister MONES PHARMACY 1 2109 W. Broad St.. Cor. VV11itet11orne Camera COIHPHDY 75 East State Street ' 11 Columbus, Om., lg , Phones RAnc1o1p11 0185 and 0308 COLUMBUS, OHIO 1: 1 Don 1V1cA1ister ADams 4lNArNlNfVNlNAlNAlNAA 'Nlv'vA 194 2 .xdquinian vzrzztsszzrzr:z4,':c:2::r:2:2a:2::::: 86 1 1 1 Henry Frank gl I I Your 1029 E. Livingston Ave. '1 '1 1 COUNTY TREASURER 1 EV. 1516 1 1 1 1 1 86 Resc11's Bakery A 1 . . 1: Riverside 11 15:0 OLENrANOY ROAD 1 11 Compliments 1: Fine Foods of I 1 - 1 a Beers'--Liquors 1 gl 1 Friend 1 1 1 1 STANLEY LOSCKO, Prop. 1 Ig UN. 0488 1 'A' 1 17921 pzffw paffvflfzv Our -fdclveffidvri NNMMNVWWM fQ4Q .xdcfuinian vwAxv.AVvvsMAN.,, '1 QI Gas Shovels, Cranes, Shovel Trailers. Dump Trucks, Winch Trucks, 1' Tractors, Bunclozers I1 HEAVY MACHINERY 1: HAULING 1 11 H. W. fBabeJ HOLT 5 gl Excavating A Specialty Res., RAnciolpi1 4446 1: 606 BTNNS BOULEVARD If l Office, ADams 1612-5034 :I 998 WEST MOUND STREET QI 11 1 A - A A A - - - A A i Compliments of . . . THE HUDSON-HIGH HARDWARE CO. 2556 N. High St. Columbus, O C. fClTucIc, KA. Kaelin, Class 'I5 R. J. Scilmelzer, Sr. - v - - 1 '1 '1 Compliments 1: 1 1 of 11 15 L A. C. Scimodorf 5' Son fi '1 11 Custom Built Commercial It Truck Bodies E1 12 0 ,1 GENERAL REPAIRING 1 BLACKSMITHING l1 370 W. Stare Sr. MA. 1998 'I I I T803 Economy DRUG STORE 2874 W. BROAD ST. 2149 SULLIVANT AVE. pfiade p,1frmu'ze Our .f4nJverfi5erJ , zxfvvxfvxfxzxfxfxfx zszxfxfxzxzxfxfxzxzxfsf- AAAAl fvvvVvVvV . .,,.L-N , .. ., G.. I 2 ..!4qLtl:fLl:6lIl 524:212:2:21'2:2:2:961'i5ii:2:15-b'c2i:2:I:2:'i5o3w,vv.A,vv JIIVI ROBERTS COAL COMPANY Jas. I'I. Roberts, IVIgr. .KR0b9ftS Special Furnace Coaln FA. 5200 2980 E. Fifth Ave. I I 1: Courteous Service ADams 5747 1 I The Harris Co. 11 OPTICIANS 11 106 E. BROAD ST. FAirIax 2189 CARL W. HUBER Florist Greenhouse 064 I..ocIcIJourne Ave. 11 -vvvvvvv------v-YY'- 1 1: James J. IVIcCartI1y 11 'I 1: 'General Contractor 1 1 If 209 S. High st. 'I 'I 1 gl 1 AD. 7912 FA. 9291 1 Diamond Loans 510.00 to 31,000.00 KARL HEISE Diamonds and Watches Mountings and Diamond Setting 83 SOUTH HIGH ST. Kresge BuiIr,Iing, Room 201 AD. 1752 1 1 1 1 9 1 Reiner s Doughnuts :I 1 1 I We Our Own Ice Creafn 541 S. Third lVlAin 0148 1 If WE DELIVER 11 'I Office SuppIies NITSCHKE BROTHERS Stationers-Printers 37 E. C-AY ST. CoIumIJus, Ohio Favors and Novelties I 1 'I :I Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia 1: and Ohio QuaIity CoaI 11 IE TWIN RIVERS COAL COMPANY 736 RIVER STREET CoIumIJus. Ohio I I 1 'I 1 1 1 1: J. T. IVIcNerney, Pres. IVIAin I832 1 1. T811 ljzfaje pafronize Our lJJtf0f!t'.1PfJ fxfvxfvxfxzvv-5 ' ' -.....1. .er-. 1 f 2 .Aquinian AmMmmWNN 1 1 1 11 Hamilton's Sohio ll Russell's Pharmacy S . Sullivant and Hague Aves. ervlce 1 1: Columbus, Ghio I Hague and Sunwant Aves' Fleeting place for the young folks '1 1 TIRE AND BATTERY SERVICE PRESCRIPTIONS AND DRUGS '1 1 4.4444444.4.444.44 AAA- 4 -AAA 4 4.4.4412 '1 GQQDWINS 1 Jrrrr Farley Sr Son Cigar Ce. Pharmacy Lovell 5' Covel Candies "Good D'U9S-Win" :E Portage Syrups Phone RA. 0349 Blackstone Cigars Quality 4 Service , Pr escf iptions Called For er Delivered FA. 8928 Hayes Lunch and P E R R I N ' S Restaurant l l Flowers 1405 E. LIVINGSTON AVE. gl 12 FA. 0509 Open Evenings 1 1: 1403 East Main Street 1 I1 Ample Parking Space '1 Telephone FA. 4617 1 --------vvvv------vvv--- 1 I I ll Main 3623 Res. Phone FA. 1497 CUNNINGHAM DRUG 1 H. KANMACHER, Pharmacist 51 O . P. if Clothing for Particular Men Cor. Livingston and Miller Ave. 11 COLUMBUS OHIO We Do Cleaning and Pressing . 1, Phone FAQ. 0477 Free Delivery Alterations 1: Room 205, 101 North High Street '1 1 l:82:l parade pafronize Our .fdaluerluerar ziziizifkizififrii I 2 .!4qul:nl:dIl 12:23:25 Acknowledgments PHOTOGRAPHY BY SCHREICK PHOTO STUDIO COLUMBUS. OHIO ENGRAVING BY SEIDEL - FARRIS, INC. TOLEDO, OHIO PRINTING BY F. J. HEER COMPANY COLUMBUS, OHIO ISSJ A-A-' pdzaae palronize Our .f4JuerfiJer5 'vvvvvv-,... ,.,.. . v-v'v'vA-AvlxlQ-.AvA.A.AvAv4v4v-vA. JV- NA- A ltfafy- A A A xzxzxfx. .fvxrxzxfxfxrxlslxrxlv 194 2 .xdquinian MMMW PATRONS lconlinued from Mr. Arthur A. Boehm, '42 lVlr. Ray J. Eichenlauh Mrs. Ray J. Eichenlauh Mr. Frecl Savely, '40 Mrs. Camilla Marchi Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Guth Mrs. Julia Feeney Mrs. Margaret Meclert Mr. Mr Mr and lvlrs. L. V. Gihhoney and Mrs. L. C. Page and Mrs. P. T. Lannan and lVlrs JamesR Br lc Mr Mr. . . oo e Mr. ancl Mrs. Joseph Malloy Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr Mr Mr. Mr Mr W. A. Maher and Mrs. F. P. Burwell . R. F. Schneider ancl Mrs. William Renner and Mrs. George Maclclin and Mrs. E. S. Duffey and Mrs. Charles Harper ancl Mrs. E. R. Berry J. S. Farley Costello and Mrs. Martin J. . James Driscoll, Pres. . Charles Welch, Vice-Pres. Page Mr. Mr. Mr. ancl Mrs. C. S. Auer Mr. Nliss Janice Morrow Mr. Joseph Boyhan, '40 Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. 622 Martin J. Costello, '42 ancl Mrs. J. Frank Scanlon and Mrs. James A. Gfady William Boyhan. ,4l Fred Krauss and Mrs. A. B. Haynes Robert Haynes, '42 A. L. Seiflensticlcer Paul J. Vveis, '42 Paul J. McDonald, '42 James J. McCann, '42 Mr. William E. Favret, '42 James L. Favret, '41 and Mrs. Clem Stein Franlc Stein. '42 Franlr Allison, ,39 Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Allison Mrs. H. L. Roclenfels Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ulrich Mrs. George Thomas Mr. and Mr.. F. C. Jaquay STUDENT COUNCIL Mr. Thomas Corrigan, Secy. Mr. William Favret, Treas. Mr Mr Mr . William Doyle . John Anglim . 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