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

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it ' . J 'fi :- 4 .I X aliasing- Abrams, John Addison, Lawrence Alexander, Albert Alexander, Edward Alibranda, A. P. Alibrando, A. T. Alibrando, Joseph Alloy, Peter Anders, Charles Anglim, John Ansel, George Aquilla, N. J. Armstrong, Russell Auer, Charles Aumiller, William Bongo, Joseph Bauman, Walter Beh, Joseph Bennett, John Bennett, Joseph Bennett, Thomas Benson, Thomas Berry, John, Bighouse, Joseph Boehm, Edward Bonta, Joseph Boppell, Rev. L. J., 0.P'. Borchars, George Bow, Harry Boyhon, William Bracoloni, Frank Braun, Paul 7265 Wfsfffi fr -1-TS Ffa 'hi' " f l 1 5 Bresnahan, Rev. W., QP. Bringardner, Michael Brophy, James Brosmer, Louis Brown, Bernard Bruce, Alonzo Bryan, Thomas Buehler, Edson Buoni, Herman Burkhart, Charles Burke, George Burke, John Burke, William Burns, John Burns, Joseph Butler, John Burwell, Forrest Burwell, John Codidate, George Caito, Thomas Cahill, Martin Call, Virgil Calvert, Edward Caminiti, Anthony Campbell, Robert Canning, John Canning, Thomas Cannon, Harold Cannon, John Cannon, Robert Carney, Richard Carroll, John 'JIWLL Carroll, Thomas Cashman, Eugene Cenci, Peter Cennano, Anthony Ceschait, Fred Chevallard, Philip Clark, Thomas Clifford, John Clifford, John J. Clifford, Paul Clifford, Richard Coady, Thomas Cohan, John Cohan, William Collette, William Connelly, John Connelly, J. E. Cooney, Michael Connor, Robert Connors, Daniel Cooper, Robert Corbett, Grant Corrigan, John Corrigan, Thomas Costello, Jowhn Costello, Martin Cotter, Eldmund Crawford, Arthur Crawford, George Crawford, Harry Crawford, John Crawford Stanley Creedon, Paul Cuo, Joseph Cuo, Nicholas Cull, Charles Curtis, Thomas Datillo, Frank Davis, Robert J. Davis, William Del Col, Egidio Del Matto, Santo T Di Sabato, Louis F. Ditore, John Devery, John Dickson, John J. Deibel, Edward Deibel, Paul Deibel, Robert Di Paolo, Nestore Distelzweig, Frank Distelzweig, Frederick lKilled in Action! Divney, Raymond Docherty, Edward Docherty, George Docherty, Gerard Donahue, William J. Dorr, Hugh Douthitt, James Downey, Lawrence Doyle, Edward, M.D. Doyle, Rev. E. P. 0.P Doyle, William Dreiseidel, A. R. mcg THROUGH JUSWC' "' :l'v!'i ha? f-S f ALL' 1 XX ff?" , 5 I Q ,sy 4.-N .19 'W 1 PEACE THKCUGH JUSTICE Drrscoll Francrs Drrscoll Thomas Duffreld Roderrck Duff Barnard Y Duncombe George Durbrn Rev W C Dusenbury James Eal Olin Eberst James Eberst Paul Engle Richard Engllsh Kenneth Evans Richard Ey Walter James John James Joseph James Wllllam Arthur Martnn Fallon Farley Farrell Fasone Favret Favret Feeney Fenlon Fenneman Donald Fnnneran Robert Flanrgan James Flavrn Leo Flowers John Flynn, Jerome Flynn, Joseph Foeller, Charles Foeller, George Foeller, Joseph PEACE WRQUQH I., I-.,. Foeller Robert Fowler James Fowler Joseph Fowler Ronald Fox Frederick Francrsco John Franz George Frerrcks Alfred Hooffstetter Wrllram Hosey Charles Houston Francrs Howell George Hughes John Hughes Robert Hunsrnger John Hunter Daniel Hunter Frank Hunzrclmer George Hurd James Hurd John Hyle McDavls Guth Joseph Gutman Carl Gutman James Haab James Haase George Hadler Donald Haffner Joseph Haettel Fred Hamilton Richard Harper Horper Harper Harper Harper Gartten Donald Gale Wrllram Gallen, John M D Garrsh John Gatterdam Rrchard Gerlach John Glbboney James Glbboney Paul Gleach Robert Glerch Wlllrarn Goodburn George Goodrng George Gorman Stephen Grady James Grady Jullen Grafe Wlllram Graham Robert Gramm Fred Green Carl Greene, Thomas Griffin, John Grrffnn, John P Grumbeck, Edward Guth, George Charles Robert Thomas Walter Wlllnam Harrington Ambrose Harrrs Wlllram Hayden John Carl Edward James John Wllllam Helm James Hermsen Jerome Hrggms Hrggms Huggins Huggins, Rrchard Hoffman, Wlllram Holland, James Holleran, Wrlllam Hooffstetter, Robert Hooffstetter, Rudolph lms Cyrrl lrwrn Karl Jaquay Fredernck Jennmgs Cyrll Johnson Frederrck Johnson Raymond Johnson Theodore Jones Wrllrom Joyce Joseph Hayes Hedges Hedges Hedges Hedges Danrel Herbert Robert Kane John Karshner Robert Karvasales George Keete, Edward Keenan, Martrn Kelley, S J Kelley, Thomas Kellner, James Kennedy, John ,WSWCE fffxs, .,-1.-11.11 ..,.3. 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Perhaps the greatest lesson we learned from World War I is that it is possible to win the war and lose the peace. Can we within the span of a few short years stand the shock of another World War? Our minds and hearts instantly shrink at such a possibility. Yes, it is necessary to pray and work for the peace that surpasses all understanding. This is the critical challenge of the present hour. The students at Aquinas are serious. They want it to be proclaimed that their brothers and fathers are not fighting for the principle that might should prevail over rightg they are not fighting to preserve inter- national cartelsg they are not fighting to preserve foreign empires. They want it to be known that the ordinary soldier in the United States armed forces is fighting for a world order planned by Almighty God, an order founded on unchangeable moral law which is voiced in human conscience, proclaiming the dignity of the human person-namely, that the state exists for the peopleg that religion alone can give life an eternal meaning. In short, the students at Aquinas are convinced that we are fighting for our glorious Christian culture. ' The students at Aquinas are idealistic. They have the faith and the vision to see that such a world order is practical and possible. They have been taught, with the help of God and good will on the part of men, such a grand order can be built and will endure. Peace through Justice is the foundation and the beginning of God's order. This peace can gradu- ally come about if human beings will seriously try to recognize and over- come the insidious forces of evil. A Peace through Justice will come if our leaders and people will learn to triumph over hate, to triumph over the distressing principle that mere utility is the basis of law and to 1 . triumph over the cold sp rlt of selfishness PEACE THRQUQH ff ff,"'A'! 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' 'I 'fc ,,f'w.am-1. .,-.,.,,,,LMV 1 A, fiy, A 'fx Q- ':- 4 Born lune 26, 1858 Died january 12, 1944 ilu Hirnlnriam The Most Reverend MES JOSEPH HARTLEY Fourth Blshop of Columbus Ordained luly 10 1882 Consecrated February 25 1904 1 Rr 11111 wwf I-II lifnf J A , D. D. PIA!! T N. 5 Hipaa: umq 1.3.-fy The Most Reverend WARD G HETTINGER Tutular Blshop of Teos Admlmstrator of Columbus E D . h :TN if , X V ,, I Q,kv All! if lhe Rewerend IOHN F MONROE, O P , S T Lr , Ph fr LIHZD PICNHIQHI -XQLIIHZIN lullnggg Hwh Nnhmll The Yerx Reurend TERENCE S MCDERMOTT O P S T Lr LL D 101 P mvmux P mlmn -? ,,j,,-.1.:Tb,F.,,- -f,.-. .. , V2-.vj,Hi X Pl" ' V- ' Val -IYWSQIJPI 1' " :- I PRESIDENT ROOSEVELTS VISIT TO CASABLANCA On the lawn ot the Presldents vulla e L to R General I-lenrl Honore Glraud Presldent Roosevelt General Charles de Gaulle and Prime Mum t ser Winston Churchill Week ot lanuary I7 I 3 A general vlew ot Holtz Bay lookung southeast from atop the hugh rldge between Red Beach and Holtz Bay Attu Aleutian Islands May I5 1943 General vuew ot the beach landing operatlons Analouses North Atrnca Algeria November 9 1942 Frrst Army photos ot the bombing ot Hawan Dec 7 l94l The Battleship Arlzona on ture and slnlung In Pearl Harbor an the background mer can Dlvlslon land from barges ln Guadalcanal a Flylng Fortress gves protection from possible enemy achon December 6 1942 Flrst American flag to tly over Attu Aleuhans Presrdent F signature to the resolution whlch tor mally declares the Unlted States as being In a state ot War with the japanese Empire Washmgton D C December 8 I94l D Roosevelt attlxes hrs r'9'E'-5' l , . ar , l: ' . 94 . 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T11-..' 1Q'11 .. Ch' ' '1 ' 1f the Bishwpx' fill! 1 i't1-1- 1 th- 1 -' '- P1' ' fm ga' 1 Q 11 rf- 1 y The principles of a sound and lasting peace are explained by Father 0'Callahan to the future backbone of America. Father Rogers instructs seniors in chemical knowledge, an invaluable aid for hastening immediate victory and building a future peace. Father Vollmer demonstrates the use of the potter's wheel. Student soldiers and student citizens-the need of Uncle Sam -browsing in the library of 5000 volumes supervised by Father Segren. MM ffwfhfvywwwfgffffww WW QQ fwffff! CZa,Mff7.5f?'74 I gwcwnofv Qi ZV,1 fiiic Zijffii jgawogg Hyman' va ' Ji diff QWJMWLM Mwwwfggf ffmmjfngk 602,020 ywzzw 'm WX af Jw! aZU?QimMu fMH MMM Wfmiilxm 49 1712,-PM-1Af7fff'7Q'f" CKQAQQQ-5'Qf7a.ff ff KN A400 . . fl J I ' f , 1,2 xx ' 1 fx, ,W fl fx? 121 T JU n.1.nJ.1v'-f' " '. Y Qiilucggqn ' q'C7.f.A,vQk df -em'-M v U A V 'f 2 1 Q , , ' 12 0 , fl A IK. H1 b rue: 'nqnau mm: - . V4'5..,An- ' A. 4-' ' yi .AXVXJ . f X C hm 3 f xl . , . . fx 0-fvyu,ru.A,oUvv Ju,ouU U I J1,4,o-JU I , , . , ll ' -4fY1J ' .AJ fwfr" "" -:---' As always our future depends upon the chnrzicter and the quality ot' our youth. No country can be stronger than its youth: no system of U'ZllI1ll1Q' is niorc important to the needs of a nation than that which develops the chziractcl' of the yountrcr gren- emtion. This truth is ggciierully bt-grinning to dawn upon the leaders :ind the people of our nation. Today, wc are faced with at double danger: the danger from thc outside. the axis attack upon our christian culture, and the danger from the inside. the unnatural form of life confronting: our youth because of wartime conditions. Will our youth as a consequence, miss the necessary truths and essen- tial lessons which prove to be the real framework for a peace of tomorrow 'T Here, at Aquinas, the young boy through con- tact with the Dominican Fathers is immediately ack 5 Q59 ff' ik. 2.5 aware of the warm, friendly atmosphere of learn- REV. I. B. TAYLOR, 0.P. RIEV. P. I. ROGERS, 0.P. REV. R. F. VOLLMER. O.P Vice President Registrar Ceramics Director of Athletics Chemistry Commercial Art Latin Religion Spanish quni"' REV. 1. R. SMITH, 0.P. REV. F. E. YONKUS, 0.P. REV. C. R. ALCER. 0.P. Prefeet of Discipline History General Science German Religion Economics 14 USUN S 'u"5,AP ' 5 ' 4 . " f .ES-'JEJPQP 'i2-'Z4'3'C.w:'.:iLf.--if-29l9fi.5'55' .awk-EPm5:2i.' :Kath -'x i' -, ' . f. X 4. . ing: permeated with real christian piety. The fac- ulty, trained in the best traditions of the Dgminigan Order and by the Universities of this country, is ever ready to point the way that will lead to a sane and wholesome life. The boy at Aquinas is taught the fundamental and primary lesson of lifeg namely, that hc must learn to prepare him- self for what he must be and for what he must do here below in order to obtain the sublime end for which he was created. This is the direct counterplan to the world order set up by the axis dictators. Since Christian education is concerned with such a noble objective, the unsurpassed excellence of this training is clear. The Dominicans are conscious of their responsibility to God and country. This is evidenced by the proper education of the young in their care. They know of no greater work than P. A. BACLEY, O.P. REV. I. G. PRECOURT, O.P. REV. F. L. GRADY, 0.P Phygigg Eronomlc Geography Aeronautics Business Administration Religion , 'K-N. f w REV. H. H. McGINLEY, O.P. Pretect ot Studies Mathematics REV. I. History. www.. sg, A. SECREN O.P. REV. M. I. MINICHIELLO, 0.P Biology French Mathematics ,Q 15 training the mind and forming: the habits of the young. At Aquinas, the needs of the boy are recognized. He must grow up and be able to live in a sufficiency of comfort as to material possessionsg he must learn the art of living socially with his fellow human be- ingsg his body must grow and be strong: so that a mind and a heart will not be impeded in the quest for truth and happiness. The boy must learn to face difficulties squarely and to be strong: in shun- ningr evil in all its various formsg he needs to know and appreciate the sanctity of the home and respon- sibility of building: his own domestic societyg his whole soul must be nourished with the vitalizing truths about Almighty God and the glories of the true Church and his country. This task is pre- eminently the work of priests like our own Domini- can Fathers. This is the direct counter-plan to the dangers that are within our land today. To the bzys entering the portals of Aquinas, the SCIENTIFIC REV. MOLLOY, o.P. REV. F. GILSENAN, 0.P. REY- M- P- SMALL- 0-P. English Business Mathematics SOCQUIOSY Religion Business Law Business Administration X REV. I. H. 0'CALLAHAN, 0.P, REV. I. D. SKALKO, O.P. REV. 1. C. CROMBIE, 0.P. History Latin Mathematics Religion Religion 16 IHBZEETEEHXL acuity ip many to 11 et' cuu1'fc.- of study thou' t- fully desigfned to develop fully the hidden qbilitiey in any ttld of emle-avou1'. 01' t Q moys who wi 0111- ' ture Q' ' 111' .' 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President, lohn Murray Vice-President, Paul Falfer Secretary Charles Sleferf Treasurer Richard Eechenlaub Chaplaln Nealy former member of the faculty talks to the senlors about YICYOYY and ensulng peace Famlshed seniors and lunlors ln achon at the annual dlnner dance held af the Co Iumbus Country Club Senlors Victory Dance durlng the Fall terrn ll Senlor Remembers 1- - In 1940 we enteled Aqulna tlllllil at l?llSt but eagel to tlnd what the nevt foul XQAIN held fol Us -X few weeks and we wtle deep ln studles then theerlng oul teams on to vlctols In the meantlnle spulled on bx oul own papel Flmhnlan Flashes we became known as the class that got thlng- dont -Xftal somt good plugglng: suddenlx we WQIQ Junlols 1nd plouc of the lllSllllLtl0Yl lt blou ht Paul I' lltel made All State honolablt mentlon lll football Iohnnv Lutljanlc md Bob Stlpel demon tl 1ted klll on both footblll fleld 1nd lldIflXKO0ll Llblllt Wlkc cCloly w ls thosen Lfltlll of 4, rt 1 Wl lt ll lltl as assoua e l'l0llOl 1alds became .1 dull lnL8Ill.lVL wlth the tla 1. mace oul ently as somlll IOIIN NPOYINIJIIIIH' sLV6l3 dantew suppoltlng: lll of them In 'Nlax Llnle the ll ml am we mare a l W1 h he lll ex ln l lte colt ow tlu Q o l a llll l o Ol lNt o s Qllbtllllllx oul ltu 1 thot wt 1 ootball and w ls zlutu lllQ,Nllltllt of the Stun ent fllulltll Dlck Kampblll Bob llllllllftl and lot Dam ll bx upellol Dllylllfl lul Us tot e llNtlllt nl s ln 1 etball lohnllle Lolbt tt w 1s namul 1t1 llw 1' t illll alll lt IL lltl x a fl lea ho N lkllf if ld calc 1 t e w lx wlth Chunk N X a 1 o L 9L0lll Illl xlllg' on x wo lll th lt Il ow ,,l11u lon lax oul Alll lllllll -Xftl lllll xeal of HUG tldlllllllf llltll the llllllllllltill Fathtls entel a leux x - n 1 tldll w th ln am uelal of OUI L dwNllliYLN noum not Weil o le-tene CllDl0lll1s as thex welt r1lltAClX called to the umed foltes ln lecent month tl, tml' to PICSQIXL the xelx thlngrs we l93llltkl to U11 UIQ 1t -Xqullla 1 wlll 1 olll t 1 G Tl' All ll vw dlll hlw 1 -XQL IX in wax to xlttolx I V 39 1, V . Q A ' 'S 1. ' l 1 st' '- 2'-. s 'z Ysl' D li ' " ' S 1 1. .I' 1 M' ' 'as 1 .' 1l' ' th- l'1lt'l1im "th D' 'k E' -h 1' 1: ' t . ' 1' ' 1 '1 " -ws. YV1 ' l ' ' .1 "z l' 5, : .' " ' l l-1 '-"1 ' 11- h't '11 Ou- wh' ' z S. and b ' '13--th 1 f 1' 1l'l ' 't'z1ti ll f ' J 1111 y l' ur. Th .' 1 ' 'la s .'1z11' at th1 s' ll '1 hal - E lm-z1l'ned to love. Fzllter made All State Gllklffl ill T f ' , 'zu 1 1' 1l '15 1 .' l V ' . , xy jr.. - - bz 'h j s " 1 2 " 1 3 h ls ' 1 fl al.- . ' bask ' 3. ' l ' 1 'zs 1 st: 1 l' '- lll,., 'hz 1 ' l D'1k E' 'h 1' vas ' llll' j l' llol' .'t11l1 , o 1' 'ls all h1 " ' " .ljers 'l S1 s 1 l lj t ' ' 2 '1llt1. N'1f'zlat -l'.'5 1' . t1'f A ' we S ' ' x' 2 l'ol'ld :oo tm " Al 'i ' S . S 1 ' ' ' -1- 1 ' ll " 't t UZ, ' S, '.,h"h ww 'tzlljf l11Bl' 1.1 lQ.'1lil . i L A 'l IAMES E ANDERSON jlm as ln hls element when trnkervng wlth automoblles en :nes a cl the Ike Cheerful easy goung guy he has proiuced much mlrth by hrs female umpersona trons nn the annual show IOSEPH A BAESMAN loc IS one boy who prefers to remaun nn the background Unless h has somethlng valuable to add to the con versatuon ou lust don hear from hum ROBERT I BAKER One ot the lntterbugs of the class Bob ls rlght at homo on any dance floor Bob also displays equal profucncncy nn the classroom frequently makmg the honor roll EMORY I BARR ulet frnendly and not t all bashful about statung a wcwpolnt and defendnng at thc last dutch Emory ls of conflcence uf talkmg about busnness math IAMES I BAUMANN fe IS W Hopearance as fast asleep Yet under cover of a quiet ex error there reposes thoughtful gracnous char acter jnmmle lS an earnest student and popular wrtn the Class RODNEY D BIANCO Here as a lad who can make a serlous slncere statement and at the same tlme cre ate boundless murth among hls lusteners Although corn paratlvely small Rod has won letters ln both fuotbal and basketball 7ll ZS ,5 gym T T VE f'S T O EDWARD F BIGCERT That actions speak louder than words I5 true of Frank Ta kle on the football squad Co captan of the swlmmlng team and consistent mem ber of the honor roll are among hrs achlevements KENNETH I BROWN Kennys a good lustener least untrl basketball mentioned At thus pornt us face llghtens and he lunges unto proluflc descriptions has two years playung on t e hardwood FRANCIS M BURNS A smrle like a sunbeam handshake luke an alder mans and a volce beaming confidence thus s Frank Burns the Assistant Business Manager of the l944 Aqum nan GILES R BUTTE Makmg has speakung debut rn the Aquinas show thus year Gales portrays the part a qu dngnn ned tellugent person and thus pretty well defmes hum as he really as IAMES M CAHILL The possessor of a perma nent smnle and not a little of the athletic type lack has partrclpated for four years In all the Intramurals avaulable here at Aquunas RICHARD G CAMPBELL Razors ablluty on the hard wood courts he starred on the varsnty for the last two seasons was recognuzed when he was awarded place on the Cnty All Hugh Team Actlve too he intrarnurals. 194421 WALTER M CAMPBELL ly wlth h hugh pac tenor can cause Quite a Corn mo ron the classroom Thls youngster rs unassum ang and sernous He has made hrs presence known nn the untramural world IAMES L CARSON T e a tlst of the class m spends most of hns sp c tame workrng nn hrs sketch book Hrs unusual drawings are often the sublect of good natured klddnng IOHN T CORBETT johnnle really brought tame and glory to hrs Alrna Mater as y ar y IS feat o wlnnlng the dlvung Cham pl nshlp of Ohio h will rank hugh among Aquunass athletes jerrys greatest pride us has harr taking great pains to see that every strand place H dvd however rumple It as a member of the football and swummung teams IOSEPH P DAMBACH joe came unto the lrmelught thus year as a hugh scoring forward ot the basketball Quuntet joe wlll always be remembered for has trmely and somet mes funny pokes ALBERT p oemzns re IS the soclal llon o t e class Wlth hrs neat debonaur ways and one of the elute of the Senior class nn the art ot dancing ther rs small wonder to hls popularnty wnth the ladies '37 Wal as I t h t In h r , ll A ar th e , B h' f .O V e , FORREST I. CURTIN V IS in . V e , , He ' t h 1 , , as ' v f ZS r'5 T T ROBERT I D0'RSAM Full of boyish fun cheruh facul Bob whrle not a slug ger at books and forma educatuon nevertheless owns a fund of general Informa non grea aflmurer o basketball he has played Intramurals for three years Always ready to do hts part lack has been a very active Vuce Presldent f the St dent Councnl Couple that to hrs assocuate cdntorshups o the Patnnan and Aqumran youll fnl hum a bu fellow RICHARD E EICHENLAUB y full of energy Duck as a earnest worker Many ss a tuvrtres owe t cr success to h s endeavors For pastrme Duck lrkes to beat at out on the drums or prano RICHARD C EICHNER Though a scholarshup wrn ner thas busy mans acfuvr tres weren t Ilmlted to books Duck was Aqunnlan edltor assocnate Patrucsan edrtor a Student Councrl member not to mentuon somethung of a socral llon THOMAS P EVISTON Teety can always be counted on lo tell the latest sory fastest and IH just the right temper Asrde from funn: ness youll fund hum engaged n rntramural football and track PAUL R FALTER Seected a a All St e football guard member of the basketball team Pres: dent of the Student Coun cl and a class officer aul has played an outstandnng role at Aqumas 1944 73 f.1?:'?Li,, ' r A f . f ' 9 youu P. nonszv I5 ' , ' - o u- A . . 1 . , n and ' t f sv 1' loll , , D . cla c h I ll t I , l s n - at l , , P Y IOHN L FITZGERALD Larry lolned the Class of 44 ln l942 Fixed In hls vlew povnts hes always ready and able to defend them be they concerned wlth any thnng from math to women DONALD I FLAVIN Heres another guy wlth bug smnle A football letter man Dozle funds tlme nn the mudst of SfU'jl9S to work ln the cafeteroa handlng out bottles of coke t an d rmrnng mob IOSEPH E FOX A guy who llkes to stay an the background loe IS con ten to let others do th talkung most of the tume But when hes got somethung To say youd better listen L I FRANCESCHELLI Always cheerful and full of pep Febe has been a mann cog ln the lrlsh teams of the past season playing full back on the eleven an'1 guard the basketball qumtel' IOHN P GIBBONEY Active school affaurs namely the Aero Dramatlc and Glee Clubs johns out slde school pastlmes nnclude dancing and kung movne now and then RICHARD D GORDON Red one of the brlghter spots ln any class us always popping up wlth somethlng funny wutty or lndufferent He has played Intramurals yearly and also lndulges IH unlnmnted amount baseball 74 2 NYER r-5 T WILLIAM H HADLER Bull IS one of those easy gomg fellows who as somethlng to say the whole day through By thus never endang chatter he has galned many frlends and listeners ROBERT A HEASLEY Although one of the llghter members of the class Bob has been qulte actlve ln golf football lntramurals and baseball Small but mlghty IS a good descrlptxon of Bob LAWRENCE S HUNECK Larry IS what you might call a background worker You dont hear about what hes dolng but neverthe less nts bemg done and we whether nts selllng tlckets promotung dances or lust plann homework EUGENE A IAQUAY When erudlte pronounce ments concernlng mecham cal drawing pour forth from the professors laps Eugene listens wth rapt attentlon Thats has speclal Interest Outslde school he spends tame working a to market ROBERT T IONAS Besldes studles Bob funds has school day occupled wlth such 8CfIVlfl8S as the Aqum nan and the Student Coun l Not too infrequently one funds Bobs name on th honor roll IOHN H KALTENECKER Somethlng of a wrestler johnny was a member of as years champlonshlp team Although small ln bulld he developed lnto qulte a grappler johnny spends hls evenings guard es t e 0 poo 1944 ,1 LYNN R KERBER The proverbial muscles man of the student body Lynn has added to hls strength b yolnnng untramurals r the pas two years Quuet In temperament h does get attentron however when he speaks PETER D KHOURY Pc-tes Innocent smile usual ly gets hlrn unto trou e especnally n the chemucal lab where hrs lnane antucs were a constant source ot amusement Many fruends have been gauned by that sense of humor GEORGE R KOESTERS In a qulet and unassumnng manner Georges exceptaonal neatness n everythmg h does mrrrors has well ordered mnnd Havmg partlclpated an three years of untramural basketball George proteases Its his favorlte IOHN F KOOS Wnth a leaning toward the modernlstnc john as another artist john ns usually qulet but belligerent nn class Hts expression comes an some :cult role the pay each year norm c nouns: Usually slow but deflnutely sure IS the descrlptlon that tnts john to a tee Takrng thmgs as they come and dealmg wrth them one at a trme john can surprlse wuth eftuclency under pressure EDMUND McC KRICBAUM An aquatrc star of no llttle merlt on the champlonshnp team Ed has done well wlth the books too Affable help hus ambltnon as to come a doctor Good luck I Pct 41 l'5 2 VER I T FS i VER T W CHARLES W KROUSE Chucks lnnate sense humor hrs wutty way of makmg supposedly serious remarks can easnly make the class burst wlth laughter and the prof too Follow :ng his performance wlth the lrlsh grndders last season Chuck made the Allffnty second team HAROLD C KROUSE Always showrng a deep rn terest In everythrng about the campus Harold as very active rn sports playung end fo the lr sh grrdders ast season H also has our years partrcrpatlon In tramurals to hrs credit jOSEPH M LARABEE joe likes has Spanlsh and Latm He always easrly at talns 85 or better rn these subjects Popular and well luked by everyone joe has been an enthusrastrc sup porter of all class actnvltles WILLIAM A LEAHEY To Bull everything has t brlght sxde Hrs ever present smnle and pleasing personal :ty have made rt easy for Bull to wm has way unto the hearts of has fellow students IOHN T LEAHY One of the more qulet mem b rs of the class john lS seldom heard from Very nnfrequently us hrs name not found on the honor roll john has played freshman and also Intramural basket ba EDWARD K LINDSEY Mole has experuenced many thnngs at Aqumas especlal ly rn Father Rogers chem :stry class Attentlve rn class wnth somethung always p has sleeve Mole wall leave after graduatuon for his V 1 trannlng. 1944 LAWRENCE R LITZINCER Co captarn of the basket ball squad and wrnner of an All Cnty berth captarn f the baseball team end on the football eleven Bob trrrng modest could boast no a lrttle of hrs accom plrshments but he doesnt PAUL D LOEFFLER Havrng served rn the Armed Forces Paul was grven an honorable drscharge follow rng hrs berng wounded rw actron Srnce berng rn the Army Paul concentrates on math knowrng well sts value RALPH T McCANN Mac rransferred to Aqurnas rn l943 from Our Lady of Vrctory Quret and well be haved rn class and school he rs sard to change character outsrde Aqulnas MICHAEL I MtCLORY Edrtor of the Patrrcran ani secretary of the Student Councrl Mrke rs usually at the head of the honor stu dents Not the athletrc type he goes rn for the mor subtle types ot amusement FRANCIS X McCLOSKEY Rather on the plump srde Bulldog trps the scales v 206 He has played three years of football and en roys watchrng a good bas ketball contest Good na ur ed Frank rs always lo kung for an argument IOHN B McCREEVY Wrth hrs ready smrle an' hrs wrllrngness to learn lack has shown hrmselt worthy rn many respects To exer crse hrs muscles lack Irkes to bowl and play baseball 7b l f'N VER T ANTHONY T MERENDO Dlvldlng h s tlme pret y equally between attendnng classes and working the night shift at the Pennsyl vanva Rallroad Mort has tame for llttle else save Intramurals DONALD D MESSMER Qulte a speaker on war ac TIVITIGS Don IS pretty quiet untnl this subyect IS opened He also aurs hrs vuews o the matter In the Current Comment column e Patnclan RICHARD F MONTANARO A happy go lucky lad who has the art of trying many thungs and generally dolng a good pob Duck gauned recog nltlon as a mlghty llttle cen ter on the football team and also wlnnmg acclanm by his page of the Patnnan RICHARD I MORRIS Duck attentuve often a real student IS the patient plod dung type workung hard to attann what he has Although lneluglble to play sports Duck was manager of the quintet and the baseball nune ROBERT I MULBAY A quiet young man of the world I5 Bob Though not tlmud he IS heard only when something worthwhile needs be sand He has played tramurals for two years and belongs to the Aero Club THOMAS E MULLIN One of the brlght spots on the campus IS Moon Along wuth his hllarlous way f telling a story Moon wall be remembered for his Sm atra bow hes and neat ap pearance 1944 79 . . . i . T W A I ' of th timely remarks in the sport ' , in' IOHN C MURRAY Large In stze and magnan lmous n hs contrubutnons towards the amusement of hrs fellow students johns only serious moments seem to be on the football fleld MATTHEW I MURTHA Clean well dressed Matt s always beamlng with some thung to tell hls classmates from behund has cafeterna booth Matt earned hrs let er ayung end for e lrnsh eleven CHARLES S MYERS Never mlsslng the honor roll Chuck has spent four successful years at Aquunas Sports edltor of the Aqum lan and sports wrlter for the Patncnan he has also earned a letter an football ROBERT P MYERS Another honor roll wnnner Bob as often seen roammg around school with some new puzzle t baffle hrs ls organuzatuons edltor of the Aqumlan IOSEPH E NEAL Io us at hns best when h as blownng Hrs however not the proverbial hot alr but comes out as the super smooth muslc of a t trumpet IAMES E NOLAN A real scrapper IS Llod Always partrcxpatung ll athletrc events he has earn ed hns reputatnon as an ath lete Lloyd was captann of thus years Intramural bas ketball champvonshup squad SENIUBS 30 I I , - , i r at th o classmates. t This year Bob 9 2 . ' , I , its ho . ' Y an a ERMIL M OSKEY Almost all of Ermrls time s taken up by attendrng school and workrng rn a war plant Thrs however has not pre vented hrm from drstrngursh hrmself rn he fred athletrcs IOHN A OWENS A parently trrnrrl k r ly r anly nal a 0 or most srtuatrons About May showtrme acks clanc rng alxrlrtres come INTO the fore lront as do hrs et IAMES I PIRRUNC Sammys rather dazed qurrrng expressrorw S part ot hrs personalrty H Irkes to take thrngs easy accept :ng srtuatrons as they come He wrll leave for V 5 trarn rr-g shortly after graduatron THOMAS F. RAND Lrke hrs brother Tom spent hrs tree trne on a war trme rob Also lrke hrs brother he nablrng hrrrr o g rs drploma rn january 1944 RICHARD I RAND Comrrrg to Aqurnas from rth rn 42 Duck has vrcled his trrne equally b tween school d a w o Doublrrrg p o h schedule he wrll graduate thrs year rnsteafl of next HOWARD R RUBADUE r h hrs mrnd frrmly n trenched rn hrs studres How ds e I m e sports actryrtres Frequently the honor roll hrs av orrtc hobby s pertorrnrng chemrstry experrmcnts '51 ' ' r Wg t I ot D , lac rs cal e r a bl t I Q , fe . ' , irr- r a , , ' e doubled up on his schedule c ' t et h' No ' . ' dr- . e- an ar y b. ' u n I Wt r f fry fm mfr 1 ' ' for on I , ' t - r , THOMAS W RUBADUE A hard worker also a putter hu of no mean mettle Toms balanced sense f humor and has kindness will prove to be a great asset to hum an the future RALPH L SANESE Ralph s greatest enpovment as playnng an a hard lou ht lootball contest He how ever doesn t conlme s talents to pugskln lugglng havrng great success chasmg ads tor the yearbook DONALD L SAUER One of the srlent members of the class he leads rather a busy llfe working after school but manages to do credntable work along scho lastsc Innes DONALD 0 SCHENK Don IS always the same H tarrly beams wlth good wll and attentlon Llght speedy alert he saw much actron on l943 s gridiron squael PAUL F SCHODORF Shodys preferred class chemustry where he enlovs messmg wlth chemlCaI com pounds and rmxtures Earl In the present school year Paul enllsted ln the Arrnv Arr Forces ROBERT A SHELLHAM ER all In stature Bob s terests however are large When the game as football Bobs an enthuslastuc spec tator Also when the sprrlt moves hum he mdulges no basketball CHARLES H SIEFERT Lettmg nothrng ruffle ham Chucks phrlosophy f ll take thmgs easv hl and full of fun IS however capable to cope h ny of the tvals school lrfe qv fi fi YERT V IAMES E SMITH Strrctly the plugger s jam Every subgect tackled methodncally and downed every drffrculty IS checked thoroughly and solved has sublects lam pl s hrstory as hrs favonte IAMES H B SMITH ebra d trng ar mystery to Smntty the math ematucal gennus of the class H B an ardent supporter of the Thesplan arts alo enloys football as a spec ta or and dancing as an 6 tlve IOSEPH M SNYDER lm has lnfnnlte patrence when worknng wrth tools or vvnth hrs hands As could he expected rnechanncal draw :ng and shop courses are no mystery to h rn ROBERT F SULLIVAN Wuth that broad smile and Bo s personalnty e a I ly shnnes un the cafeteria where dally he dlstrrbutes edrble to the ever present and ever howlmg mob RICHARD K TEALE lf you are lookung for some one to cheer you up Duck rs your man A percnnnal optlmnst he never under estumates the w rth of a fllppant remark nor fal's t repeat lt to good advantag GEORGE P THOMAS Named the Sugar Baby by uck e I c h Phul as shown h abluty on e gruduron a d an the cass room He has played three years of football and has een a member of the cage squad as long PAUL E THURN One of the chlef exponents of school splrat at Aquunas Paul readsly lends hns sup port both physrcal and moral to any and all school propects . I . is . Of all E ck Alg - an . I e no .Y ,, I ' S 1 . ' , - i ' , , those innocent-looking eyes, ,bi . A r v O ' ' ' n Ch W , ' h is i ' th n ' I - b 33 GUY C VENTRESCA of pep vlgor and vu talnty Guys always gettung unto some kmd of mnschlef Thus year belng too small to partrcupate ln athletics he took over a number of lullan Grady s managerual posts HARRY C VOLLMER Possessor of that unruly black hanr Harry IS one f the more quaet members of the class unless the subpect happens to be somethlng out electrlcrty or e Navy PAUL H WAIBEL A transfer from Corpus Christ: Paul IS one of he chernnstry quuz kids revels ln fundlng some new dl covery IN h fneld f scxence Well behaved and good natured Paul always wears a smlle THOMAS E WARD Tommy s dramatuc ablluty was sharpened by his year ly portrayals In the revuew He sadly hopes however that should he go on the e he ll be able ge away from llttle kid roles IOMN A WANNER Cheerful and fun lovmng lack has a knack for tell mg a yoke He IS often seen nn the center of a hue throng on the campus dem onstratlng hls antucs to the admurlng mob LOUIS I WEISZ One of the smallest mem bers of the class jerry takes an able hand an chermstry experiments a n d usually succeeds No one wnll for get the trme he dropped sulphurlc acsd on the floor What an odorl ALBERT P WUEBOLD Basketball as Berts meat He has been a member of the Cage squads both reserve and yarsaty durrng his lourn t Aquinas Berts name IS always found some Dlace he tp 0 e honor ro H Q 2 VER fi T IOHN CROGAN ROBERT SEIPEL GORDON NEEDLES U 5 Navy U S Marines U S N vy loam LUCIIANIC ROBERT KEEFE IOHN CONDON CERARD MOORE EDWARD LYNCH U S Army U S Navy U S Army SENIURS IN SERVICE . . . . ' . . a N A ,f h. ,EJ U. S. Coast Guard E ' D . U- 5. Mains ,. V 'A ' . 9 'f .b ' V, ' R R 1 W JU I PEACE X 'rxgossu Mild ff' UBS PHSSINSPECTIU Rwuzw Thls Real s Jumol Class llmlted themselve soclally to the mon Jmpoxtant annual affans Slnct many of the stu dents welt wolklng full Ol palttlme aftex classe the amount of tlme avallable for extxacunlculal attlvltlef- vs s netessallly lllllltid The Jumms howevu lent mme than aldent suppmt tc the foul skatlngf paltlcs and tht ple Chllstmas danct The events of the yean were completely etllpscd by the lunlol Senxo1 Pxom On May 74 the Junloxs enter tamed thtn oldex schoolmxtes at tht Columbus Countlv Club ln the yen most antlclpated event the P1om But It was not alone xs sotlal l1ons that the J SLhOldSflCdllN they l l UIHOIS shone er the school Each month vshen honol calds vse1e d1St1lbl,1t6il the Junloxs bec the lions shale S conslstent honols um xc a1dG1ogne Danlel Flolom Patl k and Paul Zang xc Hughu Also as athletes d1d the th11d veal men blossom forth The JLIIIIOI team headed by July Grady won the finals of football mtramurals Lmemen and basketball plavus llkCVSlS8 took then places on the varslty squads paltlclpat mg, m many league games and gdllllflg' the expeuente thlough whlch they vslll become the nucleus of future team Altogethel It has been a yeam of advancement physltal mental and molal In completlng' then thlrd veal the Jumox classmen have taken one mo transltlon f re step m the lmpoltant 10m youth to manhood The C ments of the high sch aufree enjoy ool ca1ee1 wlll ln another veal b obseuud by the gr1mme1 tasks that must be done 2 OFFICERS Moderator Rev A B Thomas President Paul Zeng Vnce President Donuel Fnonm Secretory Paul Hemmlller Treasurer R fs! :chord Cullman l ' y . 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President, John Dotter Vice President, Charles 0'Neil Secretory, Joseph Gibboney Treasurer Robert Schmidt 'ng content the socla which mo To 13159 xx FBESIIME TELL ALL aww Pfuuwt UL Jluwa, The class of 47 entered Aquinas in the usual bewildered freshman bark upon then high school career The smaller members bv the uppeiclassmen with the same ex ai Their bewildelment was otten as thu fashion to em of the class were received piession They ie getting shorten every ye soon overcome and their not so small stature was forg ' the activities of the school mbed to the Sophs in the annual ' with praise for then ' tower of ntered into hmen succu ff the held to be a and e h the Fres walked o ' do proved les running ' h a Althoug gridiron struggle 9-O they valiant showing. Eichenlaub and Melen strength in the line for thc Frosh' while Billy lVIcQuac passing was a strong factor in holding the second year men to suc low score. Led by high scoring McQuadc thc Frosh basketball team compiled a record of eight wins and five losses against the City Junior High Schools and freshmen teams of other high schools. The Freshmen have also demonstrated their abilities in the scholas- tic field. After a somewhat shaky start placing no one on first honors and only eight on second honors they soon found themselves and in- mbers of winners to six on first honors and eleven on ' Joseph Essman Thomas Boland Richard ' ' l Alfred Tonti have managed ased the nu John Dottel Schmidt ana hnen cre , second honors. Huefner Paul Lancia Robert the top in scholastic excellence. stic and athletic honors the Fres 1 May 17 they sponsore ' ved the d ir to stay at with schola ' l world. On ' re than pro ' ' funds as he Not bei established themselves in a very successful. well attended dance ability as it was restricted to members of that class. for their class a Commando knife was raifled off' the winner s name inscribed on it and it was sent to Bob Keefe 44 of the Marines. T men of 47 have not only made remarkable achievements among them- selves but have contributed vastly towards the success of school affairs one of their members having set a record of fifty-six tickets sold for one skating party. Thus another Freshman class has earned the title of the boys who Get things done. . ,mx RAC! KTKIQGII IMI!!! 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V i , f1,. ...l....S 1,71 . :GI 1 :Si , f I si., - Front Row R Branco T Dowley C Myers J Alexander C Krouse R Mantonaro F Del Col J Delaney H Krouse J Curhn F McCloskey D Schenk Second Row T Srmpson M Eberle R Clme J Belt T Canto T Hans R Goldsbury R Fenlan M Porchettl D Flavnn L Burns R Heosley A Sonese J Rinehart Third raw Coach Zadworny Asst Coach Melchlorle R Sanese J Murray G Leahy M Murtha F Blggert P Falter L Franceschelh R Selpel R Prendergast P Thomas R Lang R Lltxunger Ass t Coach Boehm GRIDDEBS WIN 5 LUSE 3 TIE l Paul Falter Receives All Ohio Berth The Terrler football team completed 1ts second veal under Coach Frank Zaduorny xs 1th a record of fue wlns three defeats and one t1e The t1e houexer was the blggest upset of the 43 season as the thrlce beaten Irish scored sex en polnts 111 the xx amng mo ments of plax 111 the game nlth East to xx 1th North The TGIFIEIS opened then se :son it Fllld lax where they 5C019d a d6ClblX9 21 6 uc to15 Febe Franceschelll stalled as he scored two touchdowns one on 1 spectatulax 68 xald jaunt the othel on a 24 vlrd yaunt The followlng meek found the Aqulnlans at Spungfield xx here thex eked out a 14 7 uc ton ox 91 Central Cathol1c The Green and Gold continued thell wm mng wav. 1n then fnst league encountel xx 1th South Capltallzlng on a Te111er fumble III the openmg plax South broke lnto the scoung column and xx as an u to a 4 0 lead The Irlsh exened lt up 111 the setond peuod Coach Zadworny 5 X x I ' ' I - r f 1 - 1 - If - . 4 - , . , . , I I v' ' v ' As, 1 . , Y 7 , S -l Y ' ' 3 ' . y prevent East from sharing the football crown l z V - 1 , , oc 79 ,, ' T . , , , ' ' -tv v ' y 1 1 -.vt .'. ' 1 . ' 1 '. .' - wr! . K. .' -. L- . -2 D- . "- . - ffl Prendergast knocks dawn pass intended for Seipel returns punt during the 7-0 defeat at West. Falter and Chandler of East as Seipel 1483 comes up. Prendergast are blocking. when Dick Prendergast crossed the double stripe on a. 3-yd. plunge. A few moments later Seipel passed to Bianco for six points. In the last half the Irish were forced into the defensive, but managed to protect their slim lead only by holding South within the 5-yd. line three times. Riding this crest of three straight victor- ies, the Terriers invaded the territory of the undefeated Cowboys of West High. After a sluggish first quarter in which neither team showed much, West, taking the ball on its own 35-yd. line, drove 55 yds. for the only score of the game. The Aquinians never looked more hapless as they went down to their first defeat: even the yardage gained by them appeared in the negative column. Still maintaining hope for a share of the crown, the Green and Gold clad workers en- gaged North the following week. For the second straight week the Terriers lost more yardage than they gained. The best the Green and Gold could show was a weak pass- ing attack, while North exhibited a smooth running and strong passing attack which rolled up 31 points to 13 points for the Irish. Breaking out of this slump, the Terriers crushed Central's Eleven, 21-0. Seipel scored one touchdown on a magnificent run of 82 yards in the opening minutes of play, and Franceschelli scored twice in the final period. Riddled with injuries, Aquinas became the guests of Canton Lehman the following week. Lehman, however, was not the perfect host, handing the Aquinians their third loss, 21-2. Lehman kicked off to the Terriers. Return- ing the ball to the 35-yard line, the Terriers fumbled and Lehman recovered. On the sec- ond play of the game Lehman completed a pass for a touchdown. The next score came in the third quarter when Al Sanese blocked a Lehman punt and Lehman recovered in its own end zone. Lehman put the game on ice in the fourth canto when they scored twice. In the final league encounter the fighting Irish upset the dope bucket as they battled East High's Tigers to a 7-7 tie. East domi- nated the first half, scoring once in the first period after a 68-yard sustained drive, while the Terriers managed to hold East three times within the 5-yard line. The Aquinians gradually took to the offense and dominated the second half as completely as East did the first half. The Terriers coulfl show no scoring punch until late in the final period when Schenk on a reverse around left end, Sl Prendergast intercepts pass intended for Clark of North and runs 33 yards for a touchdown. Montonoro 176i is also pictured. Seipel runs right end at Springfield. Franceschelli ond Murray are blocking while Sanese 433i and Bianco 1467 get into position. 'le Want' ll leaped across the double stripe. Franceschelli then converted for the extra point which prevented East from taking a share of the title. For the last game of the season the Irish visited the Zanesville Blue Devils. Playing the best ball of the season. the Terriers amassed the amazing total of 534-yards from scrimmage while scoring 34 points and hold- ing the Blue Devils to 6. The Green and Gold clad warriors of Aqui- 52 nas functioned as a well-oiled team but. a. always, there are some who bring added glory to the school and themselves by their outstanding play. Captain Paul Falter, 60 minute guard, earned, by his brilliant of- fensive and defensive play, the first team berth on the A. P. All-Ohio Football squad. the greatest award that can come to a high school athlete. Coupled with this, Paul was also given the captaincy of the Fitizen All- C'ity Team, and first string position of the Murray's punt is blocked during 7-7 tie with East. Franceschelli is pictured on the ground. Dave Bonnie of North running into o host of lush players Lltxmger l8ll Montanoro 176i Falter 1603 ond Blanco 446l Joulnal and Dispatch All Citx Teamb Frank Bulldog, Mcffloxkex for hib blocking and tackling abilits receix ed a Iirxt team tackle award from the Citizen Tailback Bob Sei pel and tackle Charles Krou e eirned sec ond team berths on the Dispatch Team and tackle Frank Blggert and back Febe Fran ceschelll on the Journal team. Also receiv- ing honorable mention from the papera were ends Bob Litzinger and Phil Thomas' tackle. Dick Lang' guard Ralph Saneae. RECORD Flndl ix Springneldt C South We t North Central o,l. l,,, , ,C or B Canton Lehm-in , it East A. C. , Zanesville ,. . , 'V Q V. fm' aw N 1 1 .K ' H . ,. , , . ' lg-runs' . , ,, .l. .. NIE. , , X ggi pf If 2 . , 1 , ' 5' K 1 4? 'AX 5 s Q 1 ' Rl ,li pig :xx ga r -1 V 1 Q15 50,19 ai.. n,- ff 3" We ,Y 1 iffy, I D 1 ,W 5 . I x f . - Ur, . Q: Q Q gtg' g if Q' 'f . , ll? M - 5, W, . x ' . 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Front Row P Falter R B uanco L Franceschelh R Lltzmger P Thomas Bock Row Vol Boehm Coach R Campbell A Wuebold T Slmpson J Dombach C Winters R Moms Manager The 1943 44 ed1t1on 011 the hardwood court wrote into the athletic pages of Aquinian hlstorw one of the most successful seasons 111 mam sears Eighteen XICIOFIGA and six defeats was the remarkable record of the team coached by Father Taxlor and Val Boehm BY winnmg nine of these games 111 c1tx league competition the TQYIICYS finished III second place South w1nn1ng the crown without a defeat The br1ght spot in the ent1re campaign was the br1ll1ant showing of the Green and Gold Ill the Central Dis trict Tournament Newark alwaws a power house 111 tournament plax managed to stop the Terriers 111 the finals 30 31 In non league games the Green and Gold won fixe games while droppmg two The Irish registered uctories oxer Groxe Citx Nlewark St Francis our Alumnl Chicago Fenwick and Unix ers1tx Bexlex and Groxe Cltx were the XICIOYS OXQI the Aqulnians the former bx o11e point w h1le the latter bx 111ne pomts In the first round of Cltx League compe IIIIOH the Terriers played excellent ball as thex defeated North Llnden wlICK1IllQX the 16 league s newest edition and Central Squal 1ng off against South who also boasted a 3 to O record the Green and Gold aggregation faltered Dick Campbells brllllant floor game and 18 points went to no ax a1l as the Bulldogs eked out a 27 to 20 decision The Terriers despite this disheartening setback came back to defeat West and East to finish the first round with a chance of capturing th e Citw League crown In the second round of plas the Terriers gaxe ex 1d9llC6 of their mtentions of snarlng McK1nles the Ir1sh eas1lx defeated them as Joe Dambach poured 22 pomts through the hoop Central Pirates were next in l1ne to fall X1CtlI'Ilb to the smooth llllllllllg attack of the Aquinas basketeers With four stra1 ht 8 XlCtOI'16S the Terriers faced the crucial test f h o t e xear ln the battle with Kermit Blos se1 s Bulldogs Both teams w ere ex enlx matched throughout the entire game Joe Dambach brought the packed A u1 q nas stands to then feet as he sank a bunnx shot to gixe the Irish a one pomt lead with thirtx second 16mdll1lHg' In the last sm econds of ' 1 1 , . ' A nw , nu . n WY p Sp' 11 'T s' Y 1 1 v ' I 1 fn: 4 P 'kv' ' y v' ' ' V 1 s ' ' s s ' '1 's ' 1 . ' ' . . .L . A L y K L K L . ' ' . ' , ' " - the championship. Playing hosts to Linden .', ' . ' I S A 1 - 1 ,. , Y hw v K . 1 A b. , , V, D 5' 1' , ' 1 ' j, 3 s ' ' ' ' . , J .'. s i L' Vol Boehm s victory smile plax hoxx ex er Maxsenbachel hooked adnhcult shot from the corner to glxe South a 23 22 xlctorx and the Aqulnas tans xxere stunned Aqumas bounced back lnto the xx1n column by defeatlng West but dropped a heut breaker to East by txxo pomts In the final league game the Irlsh deteated North on the Polar Beals court a rare xccompllsh ment tor the Creen and Gold In the Central Dlstrlct Tournament held at Delaxxare the Irlsh reached the peak of scored lo pomts the I11sh ea 1lx deteated Central 4121 The Terr1ers then axenged an earlx sea on loss as thex torced Bexlex to drop out of the tournament Duke SIITIDSOII and Joe Dambach xx1th 12 and 11 po1nts respectlxelx led the I11sh to the 44 3-1 xlc torx oxer the suburban team X196-Etlllg South s Bulldogs for the thlrd tlme thxs sea son the Terrler xx ere not to be denled a thel Dressed South xxlth a fast bleakmg ame and a 35 31 X1CtO1X Duke Slmpson Aqumas players look on an dlsoppolntmenf as Molsenbocher 15? of South shatters Aqumos ttle hopes with wmmng basket In lost hve seconds of ploy the rugged p1x ot man took scorlng honor xxlth 15 polnts In the finals the Aqulnlans xxere palred dg'd1l1St Wewark who was un defeated 1n 22 games The W1ldCdtS paced fi allx man bx thelr all Ohlo guard Jackson n aged to beat the Terrlers 35 31 Sex eral Ir1sh stars rece1x ed I'9COgI11t10l1 from the sportsxxrlters Dlck Campbell thlough hls excellent Sl'lO0tll1g' clexer ball d honor handllng and rebound work recelxe able mentlon on the All State team besldes Delllg elected honorarx captaln of the D15 tch and Journal All Cltx teams He and pa Boze Lltzlnger xxere unanlmouslx chosen f th All tor hrst strlng berths on all three o e C1tx teams Joe Dambach folloxx mg closely on thelr heels earned a second strlng berth the Dlspatch team and rece1x ed honor on able mentlon on the other tvxo Four otlaeas e 1 Rodnex B1anco Febe Francesc Duke Slmpson and Charlle W1nters re telx ed honolable mentlon on one or more of the CltY papel I xv Y, 1 ' ' i . . . . . w . 1 Y. . Y Y ' ' , v' v ' 1 , ' , . . , ' , , ' , V v1 - L 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 H I 1 is 1 1 ' Y' , ' . S. H ' 1 A-l' 1 ' I Y 1 4 1 , I 4 I 4 4 1 ' ' - 1 . - - . , 1 1 1 v 1 ' x , ' - ' ' Y 1 ' . 1 1 1 ' v ' ' , . 1 1 . 1 I 1 11 1 4 1 I 1 I 1 1 v I 1 I x 1 , c 1 - 1 1 1 1 v - I 1 . . .1 K' Y ' ' 'w ' - 1 4 I I ' - K 7 1 v I1 1 I - W ' 5 ' V l thelr game. Paced by Joe Dambach, who j ' - "h " ' 1 . 1 u H ' ' . 1 ' - r L' I tv K1 Shu L1 -1' I bv I I w I Av - ' x ' - x 1 'I ' . 1 5 1. , 1 vI I N I s v w I .. . 1, . . v ' - v 1' 1 ' ,f .' ' x 1 1 ' - - t 1 - - 1 , 1' I 1' I . . I ' I I - 'I' vi w . . . V 1 H ,9 w ' L I 1' ' U y Y w ' , . ' , U U ' v I I N , - 1 S N 1 , - ' 'fx' 'I 1 n w u I 1 I ' na I 1 - ,' . . H , 'P ' , ' , 1, Q' ' ' - -- . . . , t ' 5. Front Row A Sweeney J Delaney J Alexander F Del Col J Froesch Back Row W Grarnllch P Hemmlller R Schreller Rev P F Small L Fndley R Clune G Leahy RESERVES llEEllllll lllllMPllESSlVE In a SIXUEQI1 game schedule the Junlor xar blty of Aquinas broke ex en wlnnlng and loo mg elght gamea Coached by Fr Small, the team played lta best ball agalnst non league opponents aa they won four games wlthout a loes The reserxee fared worae ln league competltlon wlnnlng four whlle dropplng e1ght f1H1Sl1ll'lg 1n fifth place ln the CltX league standlng In league plax ln the fnrst round the Re serx es defeated North and Eaat whlle losmg to Llnden NlCKlHl6X Central South and West In the second round the JllI11Ol" xar s1ts xanqulshed Lmden McK1nlev and West vuhlle bowmg to Central South East and North In non league competltlon the re serwee vsere xlctorlous ox er Bexley and Dm xereltx once and Groxe Clty tmce Reserx es 111 post Qeason plax captured the A A U CltX tournament bs defeatmg a squad from St Charles '32 31 SEASON S RECORD Xamxtx Resexvea Vansxtx Rc suvt li c 4 20 7 3 at Bexlex GIOVQ Cnx L 1IcIxmleX Central South West East Spxmgheld L 'lIcKmlew AQLINAS AQLIXAS Aol INAS AQI IXAS 9 0 7 42 Jo Newark St F Alumm '2 Z3 South ll eat FQY1XXlLlx Ea t 73 Z7 LHIVQISIIX Glove C1 x Nmth 14 4 CLASS A TOURNAMENT CLNTR AL BEXI E1 SOLTH IXE11 ARK 25 5 9 . 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I 1' . 31 ' ' 33 Front Row left to nght J Blanchard W McQuade C Poullus C Priest L Korpuesku M Purpuro P South Back Row left to rught R Schmndt R Loemmle D Conte P Tontn Rev F Grady D Greene R Cloprood R McCloskey Fll0Sll Glllll Vlll.llllBl.E EXPERIENCE Elght WINS and fixe loesee reade the 43 44 record of the freshman basketball squad Lack of helght was a handlcap partlx ox er come bx team work coupled Wlth good ball handhng and accurate shootmg F0llOVVlllg 111 the footsteps of h1s brothels to1ward B1ll McQuade paced the T1nx Ter FICIN bw hlttlllg the nets for 82 pomts Th1s was mole than twlce the lmount scored Aqulnn -Xqumx Aqumx AC1Lllll3K 'xllllllli -Xqumx Aqulna 'xflllllll Allllllll -Xqu1n1 -Xqulnl -Xqmn S L1d1 bx h1s nearest rn al Bob Schm1dt who tal l1ed 38 polnte Close on Schmldts heels was center Bob Tontl wlth 35 polnti to h1s cred1t Clarence Paullus and Blll Goldmg the two guards were all 1mportant part of the team Thefse fixe w1th Dlck Laemmle Charl1e P11est and Daxe Coate show prom1se of dexelopment Out ot thlS squad w1ll probablx come the nucleus of a future X2lNltX squad aLl Qt Han Nlagclnltm bt Chaxle Indl inola Glandwle w St llnx Nlagclxlem I1 Holx Name F1 11111 Illlll 1nol1 Evexett c Evexett F1anl1l111 K 1 lllV ew pt F1 11111 53 1 l , , ' : . , . , . , . , . ', . , . . , ' : . ' , . , . , . , . . , . , . , . . 1 7. V I Y ' , - 7 .u N . v D . - 1 11, 1 1 , 1 - , , , V Y . . 1 1 S . " f ' ' 1 . Y ' - 1 ' 7 Q v s 'V nf ' x L 5 D Y - Y . . V. . .u . L 1 1 . ' . ' 1' I . -' y 7 Sv v . I . . 1 N 'N uv v Y' ' ' ' " ' 1 1, 1 1, , 1 , ' . vt ' 1 1 H ' v y - v w v ' v v 1 1 . ' 11" v . ' 1 - v u w 1 1 L 1 1. L. K. . , 1 v , 'S .. .1 -A fs' 2 A-1 , ' I , ,Q , Y . 1 ' as 213 ft. 2 'sl S IT , Aquinas 36 1 . 1 ' 1 ' 1' 1 - 1 11 1 ' as lf' 5' . ' s 351 ' is 17 V2 ' 41 1 ' i 25 ' " " A ' 19 1' 'as 215 1.1z'j1'fz -'s . '. I' 1' ll 1 ' as 38 St. '2 "s l5 1 A s lil 'L 1 25 1 ' as 2l ' QQ, 1 ' as Ili! . . 'z "S lf! 1 A as 22 ' 39 1 V ZS 20 " " Ill 1 ' as 27 i'z if ' lil 1 was Front Row J Corbett H Holden W Slckmger E Krlgbaum R Dorsey R Van Heyde Back Row H Elchner Manager J Curhn L Favrel' J Steller R Cullman F Bnggerl' L Thompson Rev J G Crombne OP coach SWIMMEBS TAKE SECUND TITLE gwfu, Rev. J. G. Cnmbie 60 -- Qwuzq. The prestige of Aquinas 111 athletic throughout Central Oh1o was again upheld this year the Aquinas splashers coming through vi ith their second consecutive cham- pionship in the greater Columbus area. This sudden reversal of form in stiff swimming competition in the last two years is a marked tribute to the keen interest and un- tiring efforts of Father Crombie. In the regular season four Columbus tank teams were met and vanquished as the vet- eran Aquinas swimmers continued to ride the crest of victory at the Ohio State nata- torium. The Golden Bears of Upper Ar- lington, always a strong threat for the swimming title in this section, were defeated 50-43. Frank Biggert took first place in the fifty yard free styleg Dick Callinan won the 200-yard free styleg Johnny Corbett took diving honors, and Henry Holden garnered a first in the 100-yard breast stroke. In the second meet of the 1944 aquatic season the Green and Gold proved superior to Arlington and University, winning the triangle meet by the safe margin of 16 points. Again Frank Biggert, Johnny Cor- bett, Dick Callinan and Hank Holden took firsts in their respective events. Billy Sick- inger helped the Aquinas cause by scorinil first in the 100-yard back-stroke. In the next encounter University tried valiantly to stop the Irish. but they were crushed as the Aquinas Mermen paddled to an easy 55-20 win. In their final outing before the City and the State meets, the Terriers downed South in a dual contest, 45-30. Biggert, Corbett, Favret, Holden and Sickinger won their re- spective events. Going into the City meet an undeniable favorite, the Green and Gold Mermen showed their great strength by withstand- ing all opposition, amassing a total of 53 points to 24 points for South, who finished in second place. Frank Biggert, Hank Hol- den, and Johnny Corbett sparked the win with firsts in their events. With Frank Biggert, Johnny Corbett and Bob Van Hyde, the only lads to qualify for the State Meet, Aquinas had little hope of annexing the State title. The Irish placed ninth with 18 teams competing. Findlay won the meet with Cleveland-Lakewood a close second. Seven points were scored for Aquinas as Frank Biggert placed sixth in the 50 yard free style: Van Hyde took fifth in 100-yard breast stroke, and Corbett took over first place in the diving event. The bright spot of the tournament was the re- markable achievement of Johnny Corbett in bringing the State Championship in diving to Aquinas. IL Krigbaum, swimming as anchor man in the 200-yard relay, is cheered on by teammates Thompson and Cur- tin, as Irish triumph in City meet. Callinan gets off to a fast start in the l00-yard free style during City fracas. Holden "walks" into the l50-yard medley relay as backstroker Sickinger furnishes lead enough for an easy win. ful Flrst R ow D Moms lMgrl E Dlckendasher J Com-ll F ey Del Col T Dowley M Eberle P Yoakum W McQuade .I Rlnehorf lMgrl Second Row T Boland R Chne J B If P e Helnmlller J Delaney M Hollern Thlrd Row R ONell T S lmpson R Llfzmger R Comabell R Prender gust E Oskey IRISH NINE IN CEIVIJIII Wlth but two vlttolles Ill IIIIIQ galnts the GILQII and Gold blseballels ale bulled deeply ln the cellal posltlon of the LItV league Lack of txpellenct and lnablllty of the team to hlt and held ln the tlgrht spote ale the mam leasons fOl such a pool letold Aftel two weeks of plattlce the Aqulnlans opened the season by bowlng' to Weat the defending, champs bl a NCOIB of 6 1 Slx Lostlx CIIOIQ ls the story of thls fllst downfall In the next game the TSIIIGIS wele dlfcated by Qouth wlth the same sld Stoly 611015 ln the clutch Aftel losing. to East the Illsh managed to wln ovel llnden lVlcKlnley new est INGIHIJQI of the league 0 4 Duke Slmpson hullel the team to VlLt0lX bx stllklnye out ll Llndell b lttel lnd ll a lJV5lllj., but foul hlts whlle the TQIIILIS wele collectmg, ll The lllsh then traveled to Centl ll onlx to lose a healtblt aku Ieldlng, bs a SCOIG of 5 7 ln the last of the save th h n t e Illsh lgaln welkened lll the clutch and the Pll ltes won the game 4 5 ls catchel Morlan clouted a homel wlth a Ill ltt on base I the next flacas at Xlllfh the Telllels stea l mel up a -1 0 lead OVQI the Beals only to hlve Nolth walls off wlth a 0 -1 VlCt0lY -Xgaln sllc 911015 was t e g8nt1OUN offellnf made by oul boys VN est Nllth seven Stldlght ln thell belt lnvaded the Illsh stlonf' hold and aftel a gleat pltthel 's duel between Qlmp son and Phelps tools the grime 4 3 The bl lght spots fO1 the -Xqulnas cause wcle the thlee hlts of O kex ind the blllllant pltchlng, of SIIHDSOII The TQIIIGIQ flnallx came out of thell daze to wln 6 ovu South 0 1 Plul Faltel cllnthed thls one by cloutlng a Illlmel wlth two men on base The Illsh finally settled back ln thell old w lvs by dlopplng a close one to Eist bv 1 3 2 cou It Sophonlole pltchel Ray ONl,ll was Llldlgill wltn hls fourth loss whlle Captaln LltZlIU.,6l knocked out l IIOIIICI and a tllple In the Dlstlltt Toulnament any hopes of emullt mg past P6lf0llNdllLQb ln Toulnament play VNGIL soon squelched when the TQIIIQIN gl lcefullx dlopped out of the plctule by lO5lIlL to the Ctntlal Plldtts 1-1 6 Desplte the tact th h 0 aseblll Illnl was a blg., dl appolntment some tonsolatlon Cill be found Boze LItZll1L,Ll wlthout 1 doubt one of the gli It catchels ln the clty league Ill .1 long tlllle ldlllxs hlgh ln Llts batting avtlage w lth a llllllx well 0291 400 ILIIHII Oskex also wa lnothel AQUIIIAN box who clouted the ball at a 400 cllp The fact that most of thls 3631 squad wlll be 3.I0l.IIIfl IH the s lln f p g o 4a should bolstel t hopes of Aqulnas flns SEASON S RECORD N01 th South gleqtfh ou Eqst East IJINIFICI Tournament Centl al West Centlal 'VIcKlnlex . lx ' 1 l Q . - nfl , t ' VV' V 4 . 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I,- ' -1 ' -pki, S- -, f 32" ' N - 1 - 1 J ' I I -2+ s ' ,,, ' i' ...HI wg 1 . ,.. b y.5, - -Q1 - I' "I Q- - ' . .nn If "E!!'.5. ' '-' - - 1-- I 3 of xiii G' f :QL , v, M,,,f , ?V'5,ff12,15V H 29 fgq2Jgif',45,N., x fi2Y'4e3.ffQ' V I ,W I! 'S 4 .4 T 1 w Q f X 1 0 ,, F3 i 2 S x Y, 1 s J Q ' 1 . 1 P . Us K ', 1 . 5 x 3 1 E5 1? ,-X J n 1. X fi KM I' l 'X 2 , 0 fn, E up .T-'usp' xg, 5 ""' ' ff 'l5W'f"'! 21.3 J 'W ' ' ' 4 - ' 1 wi , . I 1 A 42' Xin" '-ww, -x ' ' -3 .ang ? V . rfgg Www Bndim, Their height was the deciding factor in over- coming a fast and elusive reserve team, Captain Jack Delaney, Frank Del Col, George Leahy, Dick Lang, and Mike Eberle. Intramural night on May 5 marked the high spot in Mr. Zadworny's physical edu- cation program. All the leaders in the wrestling and boxing divisions matched strength and brain before a fair enthusiastic gathering composed of students, parents and friends. VVinners in wrestling were: Mike Papura 1955, Henry Guth 111555, Joe O'1'onner 11155, Jack Albanese 11225, Dick Gordon 11305, Bob Heasley 113355, Larry lluneck 11405, Harry Krouse 11455, Ermil Oskey 11555, Jim Thearlo 11655, Chuck Krouse 11755, and Paul Falter 1HW5: in boxing: Mike Papura 1955, Dan Bricker 11055, Ed Belt 11155, Don Faehnle 11225, Jack Belcher 11305, Tom Eviston 11355, Julio Alexander 11405, Tom Dowley 11-155, Dick Campbell 11555, Matt Murtha 11655, Phil Thomas 11755, and Frank Biggert 1HW5. Thus another year of the physical educa- tion program has brought about invaluable experiences for developing traits of person- ality and character and providing healthy environment by which the young Aquinas boy may go out into the world and be ready to overcome obstacles which may block his path in the battle of tomorrow. Franceschelli and Thomas warm up fer infra- murul night. Fcofball warriors who led the field: M. Sullivan, E. Krigboum, K. Lindsey, W. Ruis- inger, W. Leahey, J. Larobee, J. Grady, P. Vogel, L. Schrellcr, W. Sickinger, R. Yoakum. Bigger? and Jaquoy put on o classy exhibition. UBGHNIZHTIU S 5' ' QJJQ ww ICQ au ' nm, - , ' ' ' ,0.rvw-d.J,a.o-o.L.21. g . ff' QQ, LATIN CLUB phvhwfm, RAGE 'DITCH HSBC! 5-bv? eq!- rf-1001 The f Ilowmg boys whose averaqe of 90 or above entntles them to membership un the Assoclotlon for the promotion of the Study of Lohn are Front Row P Hughes L Fmneran D Gutllla E Bryant L Burns Second Row T Boland P Doyle D Wo'ters R Huefner J McFarland P Laucna L Belt Third Row J Nealon R Dorsey E Belt 'Io 0 J I C IL 4 S , Ssxf' y y nlbz As.. A' - ' is limi First Row: C. Myers, R. Lifzinger, J. Essman. Second Row: E. Hinferschied, R. Groene, P. Corrigan, T. Lorenz, J. Charles. Third Row: R. Eichner, W. Hensel, R. Myers, P. Hughes, P. Zong, J. Randolph, R. Mumm Fourth Row: R. Gordon, L. Stein, E. Maiberger, J. Nealon, F. Burns, D. Messmer, F. Bigger! A. Tonti, J. Bingham. i Mrs C L Rose Secretory Mrs V P Hanmgon Presrdenf Mrs J E Wlss Treasurer Mrs H B Crawford V Pres nd" Rev G H Callcn OP yust int as nur me me 111 the um r e a t11J1l e to t c Qlllll 1s s cent ant gladuate s NIothe1s who 1 me 1te t of profts lfblll te ie 11 lllNtlll Ill the11 boxs the 1eal I'I1E'rllllllQ' of t1ue fh11st1 111 eha1aete1 lt 18 111deed an n1mpnat1on to fmd the Nlothers Club so actne ind so keenlx mterested 111 all that pertnns to the edueatlon ot the Aqunnan box n excellent example of the generous co ODQIAUOII of the Mothers em be found Ill then uholeheirted b 1ek1ng ot the mam soclal actlxltles sponsored for the llldlltflt of the school The monthlx card p zrtles ale nlwaxs well attended On October '78 dllllltl' 1nd bazaar vsere rexlxed after an ab senee of a sear Spaghett1 howexer, leplaeed the usual turkex The a11nual partx held at the Ne1l House on Feb ruarx 14 xx as a huge f1nxnc1al success On the last mornmg of the annual re tleat the Mothers serx ed bleiktast to the student bodx As a final gesture of good uxll to the departmg NLIIIOFS the Wl0the1s held the annual plelllf. on M 11 Trulx the Mothe1s Club under the capable dlreetlon of l'athe1 Callan agam can be 1ustlx proud ot then hne OUtNt3Ildlll2I dCl'l1LX6TYlQIlt io1 the xc ll of 1942 1944 Sechon of the large crowd of rendmg the Neul House party gnven by the Mothers Club 63 -a O ,A at 1-X, sz ll','t glam 1 "ll - , will b ' 'l t hl A :Q :tu- 1, 'S . 1 .. . 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' .' f111 1' -1 ' .1111 "'1 -111' 1 I ,11u1'-- ' I 1111 '+'l".'1' 1111 ' - 11-1111s ' ' h-'1 ' ft -sthzt hyh- ' ' ' " ' '- - 11' 11' ' ' - ' ' . . t'-L' 'A1"- ,yths Ie: -' '- 'i-- ' 1 , o ' : e. . . , . .5 g ' 5 STUDENT UllCl-lNlZllTl0llS ACTIVE srunnur couucu The Student QOL1llC1l 13lOXlCl1l'lg a back pound fo1 goxexnment bx the student 1 the mst step towards the democra x whose leade1sh1p w1ll some oax depend upon Us Admnnstratol of Justlce to the student and protectol of hls r1ghts these a1e the func tlons of the Counc1l To obtam Justlce good gox ernment IN 1mperat1xe so also on x thlough that same 1ust1ce can lastlng peace be obtalned Vx Ollxlllg unc'e1 numuou l1dl1Cl1CdIJs attel 1 ow staxt the COUllCll fimshed IH a blaze of glory The 1nt1odutt1on of a new constx tut1on and a propo al ton the standardlzatlon of the class 11ngs wexe qulcklx followed bx plans for The Student COllllC1l Hop Thl ma3o1 socxal exent serxed to lound out for the Councll a X6dl of Lll1I'IN-Idsllled success lll all undeltaklngs Front Row L Huneck J Neal R Lltzmger P Falter L Franceschelll R Euchner J Donahue Second Row K Brown R Lang D Prendergasf J Grady John Murray J Dorsey Thlrd Row R Johnson F Salome D Dor sey M McClory T Boland Fourth Row W McQuade A Casucm P Yozlkurn J Nealon Father Shanley lllllllll CLUB Despxte the curtallment of the sale of manx artlcles necessarw fox rad1o construc tlon the members of the radlo club under the guldance of Father R F Vollmer O P haxe succeeded 1n building three radlo sets durlng the past wear Two of the sets a three tube regeneratne set and a flxe tube superhetrody ne were bullt at the expense of Father Vollmer wh1le the thlrd a four tube turned 1 1d1o frequencx set w is constlucted bx one of the membels To enln en furthex then lnterest ln radlo the boxs exammed sets ow ned bx some 01 Father Vollmer The club members also spent mam of thelr meetmg perxods fam 1llHI'1ZlIlg' themselx es wlth the Morse Code P ORellIy A Macxoce T 0Renlly T Lorenz Father Vollmer J Buche K Brown llEllU CLUB Wlth the destlnx of the world hanglng Ill the balance EiX13.t10l1 has assumed a role of paramount lmportance Reahzmg the need of knowledge ln th1s field the facultx has lncluded 111 the currlculum a coulse ln the sclence of aelonautlcs B1 blllldlllg' and flxlnff model aexoplanes membezs of the club lealned the baslc pun clples of mechamcs as thex are applled co the COITSUUCIIOH of anplane amd tudled about alr cullents a applled to the aelodx lldl'Y11CS of fllght Thex tudx the funda F Burns M Hollern Father Precourt R Stan W Taylor fC mentals of th6lI'Yl0KlXIl3.Yl'llCS and thelr appll cxtlon to external combust1on engmes I dlsmantllng and reassembllng an Alllson en glne ther are offered the opportunltx to a qualnt themselx es w1th the practlcal appll catlon of these pr1nc1ples lll powe1 plants Thls club an offspring ot the dE?1OIldlllQ1CS coulse 1s fLl11llSl1lIlg the g1OL1llClVK oxk XKl1lCll w1ll later proxe 1ts unestlmable xalue 1n the H1ght tralnmg plograms of the nmed foxces Thus a past1me max some dax hasten a lust peace bx helplng to crush the powel anl mlffht of the enemx ' T ' - -' I 1 ' 1 1' 1 A 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' A 5 1 1 -1 Fa 5 1 51 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 ' 1' 1 1 1 1 , , S . 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Shaiiley, O.P "The Pat1'ici1111" w1111 the praise of mmm, 1. the Natioiial Scholastic Press Asso- ' ' ' " " ' f which the 1aper is 21 mem- C9-,-im, S I M c1.1t1o11, fl 1 A I u 199161 waqfo 1-91' ber. With the coveted 'All Ameri- b Q 1 P ' N 1 vv - - ' ' P0 N-'92' wi can award from this 11ssoc1at11111 Sonou 5345505-1995 L H. , came the praise: "A iine, well edited, THE PATRICIAN Published vigil! times a year by the slucierits of Aquinax College Hzgh Scliool Coliirnbux, Il, Ohio PATRICIAN STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF' ...,..,,,.... MICHAEL MCCLORY ASSOCIATE .........,...,....,. RICHARD EICHNER FEATURE EDITOR ............, FRANK CRAWFORD ASSOCIATES ......,.., JOHN KOOS. JOHN DORSEY ART EDITOR .......,,......,,. PAUL KALTENBACH ASSOCIATE ..,.......... ....,.... J AMES KRAMER EXCHANGE EDITOR .............. JAMES CHARLES ADVERTISING MGR. ............,. DANIEL FIORINI MODERATOR ............. REV. THOMAS SHANLEY highly interesting pu111ic11tio11-Typo- g'raphic11lly you rate high . . " REPORTERS---Joseph Burke, Francis Burns, Walter Carlisle, Patrick Corrigan. Patrick Doyle, Richard Groene. Lawrence Griesemer, Eugene Hinterschied. Patrick Hughes, William Krivdo, Gordon Kuster. Terrence Lorenz. Roger Mumm, James Murphy. John McLoughlin, James Monett. Donald Messincr. Hugh Mercer. John Randolph, Leslie Stein. Philip Thomas Philip Von Ville. Charles Winters, P11111 Zane. SPORTS- Patrick Corrigan, Thomas Dowley, Prank McCloskey. Sam Mog11x1-r11, Richard Montan11r11, Charles Myers, Th11n111s O.RP111f', Philip Th'11n11s, Charles Winters. Rev. T. Q. Shonley, O.P. 3 14153524 L1 Li! xii: ii-2 ip: ii awrwpgumyw YVhat is even more important for Americans than winning the war is winning the peace. We cannot afford merely another "Peace Table" peace: We need an all-out peace, a fully equi- table peace, based squarely on St. Augustine's definition: "The tranquil- ity of order, a permanent arrange- ment giving each claim its just due." With this serious thought in mind, we, the editorial staff of the "Aquin- ian," have attempted to present in the green-clad pages of the annual a comprehensive picture of the under- takings of the Aquinas students in their classrooms and extra-curricular activities as they prepare to meet the crisis ahead. Furthermore, we have endeavored by the proper use of photographs, art, print, and color to present a striking and colorful year- book. The staff sincerely hopes that this yearbook has lived up to the stand- ards set by its predecessors and the expectations of the students-espe- cially the seniors, whose last great tangible record of their four years at Aquinas this book will be. Editor-in-chiefs Associate Editor.. Editor .....,..., Assistant ...,.. I-,ditor ....,,,....., Assistants ....,, Art' Editor .,........... Assistants ....,.,.,.,,.. Business Manager. Assistant ......,,.,,.... Aquinian Staff ., ., , ,.,Richard Eichner .. , , ,, , ,,,.r.,....,,,.John Dorsey Athletics , .A . ,...,. Charles Myers , , , ,, , .Richard Montanaro Organizations .. , ,, ..,.Robert Myers Giles Butte, James B. Smith , , ii., ,, ,..,,,,,,,, Richard Teale ,, , , .Iohn Koos, James Carson . ,. . ,,,,,... Robert Jonas , Francis Burns i . Rev. M. P. Small, O.P. 73 Clarence Vollmer and Robert Kcefe amuse the customers of Elijah Dunn's department store os well as the Hartman patrons in lost year's AAA production ot "Hearts and Gowns." Orchestra '44 Furnishing music pleasing to both the ,jitterbug and the toxtrotter. the Aquinas orchestra has been highly praised by all who have heard it this year. Under the direc- tion of the Rev. H. H. McGinley. O.P.. the orchestra has furnishtd music for many dances in various parts of the city. Starting! out the year successfully by play- ing: at the Victory Dance. the rhythm boys continued their excellent performances at the P.T.A. meeting, Fenwick dance. the Mothers' C'lub Neil House dance. the pre- Lenten dance, and the annual show. The outside engagements of the orchestra included the St. .Iohn's llunny Dance. a K. of Cf dance. the Corpus Christi prom. and an Ohio State Sorority dance. 74 The Dramatic Club The war has necessitated some changes in the Dramatic Club. Until this year the an- nual presentation of the Aquinas Athletic Association has been a hilarious musical comedy. But due to the great increase in the price of materials for the costumes. the "chorus girls" and other specialty numbers were missing from the production. Last year's musical "Hearts and Gowns received tremendous applause from the ca- pacity crowd at the Hartman Theatre. This year's production. under the capable direc- tion of the Rev. G. H. Vallan. CLP.. will show the Broadway hit "Room Service," a three act comedy dealing with the troubles and worries of a Broadway producer. ,4a..:,G'. fa A 1 T554 .aa ORCHESTRA J Albonese R Monnang R Vollmer J Stephens H McNulty H Mocherger J Domboch R Beachler J Neal R Spall P Souch A Tonh Rev H H McGinley DRAMATICS-Front Row W Kruvdo W Hensel R Trapp P Koltenboch T Keele J Kenon T Lorenz N Neal A Pen Second How R Wonner E Duckendosher W Gromlnch J Anderson K Llnds T Kuhn J Khoury J Hooffstetter Thnrd Row F Blggert J Koos J J Kramer Fourth Row T OReully J R d ley Flhh Row C y ev G H Collon orobee W Corlusle J Baesmon T Dow Fadley L Foveru R Long H Holden P Corngon A Fnlok J Bulfe W ll 1' ... 0. 53 3 : n Q m X vu ' . 0 - I 0 ' ' I .' 3 ' 1 Q ,Q 'fb - " '- l 1.- y' . . , E- -.- , J J u. ' O - ' . ' :r . Q . - . ' 1 N . . ln. r-1 .. i , I ' '- . . ' o I . l 0 .. ' ' . u.. Q., W, r F' - .a V .'-- . 51 0 . , .3 . - I .1 - :. Lf Q ' . ,3 -1 ' - Ex . . .- 1, ,- l - ,- . 4. , ,, gf I vw. 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THE YEAR dufunq 43 44 Fourth Skating Party March l6 Holuday on St Patrick s Day March l7 Pre Easter Retreat Aprnl 3 4 5 Easter Vacation A nl 6 12 Student Council Hop Orchestra Fanled to Show Up Aprul Fifth Skating Party Aprul District State Tests April Recast Student Councul Hop at the Seneca May Aqunnas Scholarship for Grade School May Senior Pucnrc May Freshman Dance May Annual Play Room Servlce May Junior Senior Prom May Graduation June l affix was S lr 0 ,IXJQTA I ' I I ' ,-----4AA,,--WAeee D' - I 'S 527 ' ,sctct,sc,.ccc ' 14 A . W X 'T -ll X . . -V bA . 20 ,4 3 , S AV. I X! 5 V' ,,ff' 'f I 'Ml X 1 N 1 . l ff.: A ' ------rrrrr- 'A-' ' 28 if - S iflff ll if ' l 1 'zz if 3 , ' , I :Z 5, " 'Xl' f Zf-AQ . . . Yrrbrrrrrrr 15 - .,t.,...ccc.cc S I7 1 S ll - 11-Y i X I S I, . , . Il 24 Z S l ffA-F-------'e,---,----f--ff-f l A l ' l If , , ASt Pafzwnn, 8. 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P " :M RACE THKWGII IUSIICE 92" iff It fx 5 N. -:X 5 4 z ,4- 1- 0 Blessed Thomas patron of schools obtam for us from God an In vmcrble faith a burmng chanty a chaste hte and true knowledge through Christ Our Lord Amen 'fx rue: nnpvsu uma 4' l .VCX XT ai PINS 'A' uk dazmuaiwn, C pl f 'R i KW FOELLFR Q AIL FRI GENE S 'W w 7 , . . f. U- LL A 1 PHOIAU SLAVE! .ll ll N. l7rvm 51. 1 movin mv 1 ' 'Q 1 l U ' ,N ' 2 'a 5251 x ., my Q , 1 : Inv: ij' 59: .' Q lit.: T ' ' vi? g 11 :ffxff OE ?' UK XXI? EHCEE H'i5f' SVUQ5. iff XQL INXS HIGH IN '44 I I nv Km. 0155 law' SCANLON S 1 1 111 1511111 Iievuo 1101 ucts PL11115x1x11111 LIVW 1111 A1111 I ILLIQ fp ro111 11111 f 1 'X C urn 1011 NIL a T11 I C11 1 RL1911 French Press Shop NIA111 4013 4 6 So Front St ll T1e Sworn Cymru of 0 1111 ARROXX SHIRTS DISNEX HXT9 XIADz: FO 'XIEASLRE CLOTHE5 SPORTING GOODS R C B-X S PREEVI-XX SJIOED BEN RATNFR C0 169 North Hlgh S C, 't1'r1j OE 1.1 Uxstrzfui rr W11. 1 . t"'c5, 5 ' 7' 1 1 '. Q Tzrci ID rl 1 I' '-'xY.x. 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Wald 2 UN 4149 1055 W FIFTH AVE Zollmger Pharmacy I J fm 11111 III 17 I h Cmn Ch Gram Buxlchng Materlals I g I a s sl gh: ha p, 1026 Vs7hxttler St FA 0470 ohn Murray 86 Son lcm lim ltr rr 1 L Massenelh Phone 8 8383 THE STORE OF QUALITY WEST JEFFERSON OHIO 474 W Goodale St AD 057 60' - l"1 l 'Ti 1nll1s in lui- 1 llllililltbil-iilnilllll II lllllxnw Lifli 1 12: " ll U1 lxl I ! . . I Mm" 5, : - ' I A1 lo ' Z1 , tgmz for Q Gas and P one o pa ies i No arge ' I NVQ aso handle li h nd water hill for E . . i C rw. J I I -............,....-.....-.. .... ..........-.... I I - ff l'l.flIl l . - I I I - 7 ! - . . . - I I Sloan s Pharmacy lO67 l'1st Mam Street P 013 REALTOR AND INSUR ANCE BROKER Helm Florlsts for All Occasions 484 Forest Sr GA 4008 XV 1B 1 RA 8431 Best WlShCS from Sunese s Besluurunls 895 N Hlglu and 1739 N W Blvd .. -......-.l-..-..-.- .. ...... -..-..-Y-..............-..-..-..-..- 3 Q Q 1 Q I - in . 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CONIPLIMENTS Off THE LAKE LUMBER C0 vi ARIDS He ron Huckeu like Klxllersport Iqlmornxllly Plms mulls wnd Nexnrk 0 ASSOCIATI X1-XRD THE P SMITH LUMBER C0 New 'lflx 01110 E J LITZINGER Franklm Platmg SL worm A MI ws, P0ll5hlng Company PI A I ING Sun Rldge Grlll Hua CIIFOIHHIID 1 Syncnlr l v BEER XY INF LUNCH -XD1 W S I , . I i 1 l 0 J . . 1 1 , 1 ' 1. l 1651 I.l'UI1llI'd .-NVQ. - l Q -1 I l "N-""-' -'H''W-W-W-nl'-'"-W-'H-'H V -W-N Ol' ALI. KINDS l - I l 1170 Ii. 5tl1 .-Xvc. i x , V z . , , w' Q x FA, 553' n l E , 41115 3841 63k .. Sixth St - i lf. KT Txnnpp. Prwp 1 4. . .-..-..- ..-.M-m- ,.- - ..-U - N- .-..-W-..-..g. -,..- ..-..-M-..-.. .- .u-. M-. .- .-..-,.-..-. J, ARLINGTGN MOTORS Ford Xlotor Prodmrs RIPXIRINQ OX MI IXIXRIQ LK XI I X If fQ5Vk IX 4 X fifth ru fOXlI'I IXII N I S DE PALMAS CAFE 6 w Hmm KIRWIN S 444 XX frvu IR1 N L rulmf rx S fx 1'5 ,,'f, 1.1 HLW " ,K-3 F f' M 'V . 'G V, x I f,. , . 1. U if UI: 7 w9f SI. - , "U fm' U H ff 'f fx Qvfvv' ll, 'y I 2 51: i St. DINIE .NND D.-XNCI3 IN I'I.fi:XSx5xN'I' SLTRROUNIDIN HNVHZ ' VIQHIRI IS f'.ITfHR 1fOX'I'R YKUC XIINIKILT-I f 1'f.'XfCI W7 rlvnrlxrw 'Ki ', 1-J H1-vf'Q'L1rgCxw d4'IiClUL1NIX' Jxftvywrm Krwxnlfvd ftvalv Yllxlf' rin' nil?-f-CI'l'HCt' 1.01. 1........ .1 1 .1..1.....,1 .1..1..1 1.1 1 .1..1..1..1..1..1 1 1 1 1 .1--1u1,. PRICE ELECTRIC 00 51 East Chestnut Street C H voxuvme mg I el I -. . . 4 . ' r. COI11Plll1lLl1tS Clarence G Brlen tr -X 3 NIS 15 J UH THF 1-IARQI9 CO 1 I Frund 11111 issxvnl x S3 4 I1 Le Rcsmumms 1 nsrlr 1 Hmterschled Hotel Supply Co X of Il ,,- A- .... .- ,-,-. - - .., -,,- ....- - -, -,,-,-, -,-,- ,- 7 ' V A ' ffl l. Gi.: bilvz-',f41.A sg limr cm 5 All . mv i , I i C1I1Ll . W 'C . lfltxm msxlmf lxxi razmxme IN 1 ,- l. Y '. 'ITQE-,N ll S' 'fl lfflllwl.. I J, I,-H Ho yls. 1 K 1 .. Cfl xlw. I , - - -N - -1-'-H- - W - X- - - fmllvgw. l . 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V Q" 'JQ1 Sf- Rf H Q A 'G- llU1'N HICQH sl' UI Qmq IQ Q Q Q C1011 IQIEINTS Ol" C 0 I I , , A A , R Wilke QUALITY MEATS W11o1eb11e and RL tall 175 Y: RICH ST TAB THE J E McNALLY LUMBER Co 7034 Leonard Ave Phone FA 7158 7159 C ling res ames lxmx er ICC res AD 7757 PETER MFLCHIORRE 797 St Clair Ave I I ,-,,-.- -.,-,.. -.,-.,-.-.- - ...u-..T....- ...n....- ,- - - - ... -..- - 1 ES 1.ISHEDl89f1 1 1 1 , ., . . I.f,n1f.f1mw1f- nf 1 ' 1 1 , . . 1 "Aff rm! .1lI!1IL erin 1 - 1 , 1 - ' . 1 1 . - -- 1 ' I . - . 1 -. -. . P , E - -I J.'.n.V'-P. 1 High Gridn DSB Pimt produits H R Nlurgatroxd Hur XX1sn ILNER X1 HONII ' 'Y TV-IE DEAN sc Xml ulwnu Sgrxl I1 Q X I XINI IRODLIC N C0mpl1me'1ts of LINDEN MARKET X Grm PI White flunlin xg LA 1 0 Y 1 . - . . 7 1 V 0 0 l '1.'1r."g'f I 0 0 815 Ja lx i . , L , , H. E D - Q l H llwff' wwf, fff XXA. 3107 E HIQ5 ' 312.1312 1 , frs I Q06 KI. 'Mum Blvd. .-XD. Slilpi I ,I. wgan . U ' - 7 . U1 4. -,... .,,. ....-...,- 4' Kunkler s Food Market A I 1484 Oak St 'tt Nllller Axt Fresh Produce, llallty Meats, Fme Pastries LIVE and FRESH DRESSED POULTRY Steaks Chops Spigllettl I8 'NORTH HIGH STREET Beers Wfmes Lmquors INICK I-RANCISCO P p tor AD 50 God Cares For You tremslated from li Spam ll of tht X!Sl'lLI"+ll3lL Father I ours ol' Granach autlwor of 6 other or of SAINT THOMAS AQUINAS MEDITATIONS Complete stoclx of Educatlonal Books Dlctlonarxes Translations Outlmes etc new and usnd at 1 vumg LONG S COLLEGE BOOK CO N Hxgh at 5th Unlverslty Entrance , . 148 ' . . ' ' - ! I Rf'1tIv,l - I- . - I I ' I . - t e As A ' I OP. 4 2 - W ksy. Father E. C, lVIcEniry. QP.. editor I p p I I ' 1 . Q i . I W , , K A ,' l I I II? Hur fu'ffff!Q'x , - 1 9 , - , I I I . . FO FIC E . vw 1 ' A I T I ,I , I I r I SIN MNIN Ckllilplllllt I1 tb of Krouse Brothers Restaurant 54l C I PX I:LANID AVP COMPI IMENTb OP IVICNAIVIARA Iillll UN 78W + I-vv-:lu-1-:nvn vnu?-nwi..iml,,, T11 1l-1vlpu- n-.. .1 it,-..T,.T..i,..1..T.4,,l + T 1 14 lf. V AVC. V1 Y ' L - l L Jas. f. lcNnmnra . A . 1'lcNamar . ' - I KFNMGRE MARKET BUSINFSS George G Cissidx LAX CI ASS S une Snhfxaf Flowers Flowers for All Qccqsxons IIILI f I i - fIICOf'IfRIIfS Ima x11f,x'I's I 1 I CkU1NI'II111x'Il , I IK, ISI QQIM VIL-'.I-I,1ruI 'Xux I ot I I -4 I T , , , .. I I 1 Wff . r . .1 Q gf J ,A K. f I I I-I-I C'.Xf UII IIXICIV-.XV XIQI I I IIIUIN' IIIIII I 1 Q Hx QWNH I,.lX! "III 'MI' J Q I f .- u W N, 'jI St. .-XID. 7-I-In COMPl.IIXflEN'I'S Ol-' The ST PATRICK CHURCH l NZIEHIICII SYYCCY ZH GI'HDY APEX MARKET Fme Foods CLFM WEIRICK MIN STER AULD CRAFTERS 45 North Hugh Strtet HX m ton Ax uallty Meats Pfelfers Market finty Grocerxt and Nlcits 1 IN Grandview Goodle Shop 9 CRANIJXIIXX FXXFNUF R tn I5 Plofhmr O 1 1116, rl g .' 'tx t 0 Q T I7 Tarpv. 'L Cflvdc Poo 3 I 3 ' v l , 1 I 5 N W . K y V .5 K L .I ll8f 7. Fourth St, ...mm . ,. I I - .. .. - -,-. , I I 5 . . I , . I 7 ' x ' Y- . . . v. .- . . ' 1 ll 1 J . t Yi . .L . I 5 ul . Hu . 1 KI. 1" t 1 ir ir COMPLIMENTS AUGUST WHGNEB AUGUST WAGNER BREWERIES INC OF , I I I O 605 S. Front St. lVlAin 4411 Columbus. Qhio WIIIIHIIISOII Favret Furnace C0 711 XXII LI XMSON CO XI HRX -XNIT CJPXS IRON I IRI M XN SIORI I Kuehmann 5 Potato Chlp Co IX1 mg SH LI XX 7UP 7Up Co CII A The Gmnduus Hardware Co The 01110 N1t1on1IL1feIns 0 IN F X MILO MARKET V51 I IXLV1 I I . . I i f. ' '. I' I I I 'inc' fl-S. 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' . css tlmc 1 scrrit Compliments of lub MASTER ENGRAVERS TO AMERL SCHOOLS 0 ualitw lntegjriy hd Dcpendability haxe established themsclxcs as 1 dclinite tradition with Pontiac We Yue been constantly o the ilert for new and improved procedures in yearbook desiiznin and service Our modern precision equipment is concrete esidencc f ad ierence to this policy. Our experienced craftsmen and servicemen are careiu y super- viied by experts in the iield of distinctive school publications. We me p.ou,l t hase ,a'ed a part in the p'ih.i5hir oi this ,cox in the capacity of oiiicial photo engrixers. Our entire personncl congratulate the stall for their splendid work and cooperation. - Nbnhvls Q-,wwf snscuy ey G p ff PON1-1AC E - "mf . CHOO UB O IV IO B22 WEST VAN BURCN STREET, CHICAGO 1, ILLINOIS + 1 T -11, -iw tiiii , L i.--Hi, 1 1 - 1 + fjQD1XI1'jl,.IXILfN'I'S O11 Deserving Poor Boys Priesthood Assoc and Purgitorxan SOCIETY h'5t St LL! 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