Aquinas College High School - Aquinian Yearbook (Columbus, OH)
- Class of 1947
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MRS. JOSEPH C. MCNALLY
FITSI Presulent of Mothers Club
MRS. FRANK A. BOLAND
Mothers Club Presldent
Here at tl1e feet ol' our Blessed
Mother. we. the graduates of the
class of 1917. dedicate this year
hook most affectionately to our
Uur Mothers are the ones who
start us along our road 'through
life. They constantly give us trust-
worthy guidance for successful
Completion of the journey.
The Aquinas Mothers Cluh is
one of the means hy which our
Mothers help us. Their work at
Aquinas is vitally essential to the
school. and shows their great
loyalty and love for us. lt is al-
together htting that we should. in
this wav. give proof of our ap-
OF THE AQUINAS
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Mrs. Mullrice A.
Mrs. Vincent P.
1935-30 Mrs. John R.
Mrs. Jei"xg9Angllm 1937
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Mrs. T. Ray
The Most lh'v1-rm-ntl
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The Diocese of Columbus is very fortunate in
having for its leader Bishop Michael J. Ready, a
nationally known figure. Bishop Ready has shown
himself in every way to be a leader, not only in
the spiritual care of the Diocese, but also for the
temporal care of its people. For the students of
Aquinas he is the main signpost pointing the way
on the long and hard road to hnal happiness.
Since his installation he has taken a great interest
in Aquinas, always ready to co-operate with and
help the faculty in their work to keep the students
from the many pitfalls along the road.
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l'r1'x1'1lwl1l of .IllllfVIll.Y ffnlfffgr' High SVIIINII.
Wilh lin- gimd ui' .-Xquinus and its studs-nts
always in mind. lfullufr Nioiiroe. sinvv his :lp-
Iminllni-nl us l'ri-sidi-nl of Aquinas. has ivevollle
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TERENCE S. MCDERMOTT.
0.P., S.T.I.l'., LL.D.
Prior f'rn1'im'ir1l nf SI. fusvpfl l'fUl'ilII'4'.
The final l't'SIl0llSiiliiiiY for the welfare -tml'
Aquinas rests in the hands ul' lfaliwr iuI'lJt'I'Ill0ii.
Prior Provilufiul ol' Sl. ,IUSUIIII l'1'm'im'e. His
Cmislziiil vigilam-e carefillly si-lvrls dw Presi-
dent and l'rufessurs who guide eavh Aquinas
student for four ilnportant. f'il8.l'i1i'il'l'-iiiPflllillg
years in mini-in he is xwll prepared fm' 'thc long
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IN rm: ADMINISTRATION or AQUINAS
Father Monroe's first assistant is the Vice
President, Father Taylor. ln this impor-
tant post Father Taylor aids in the forma-
tion of school policy and acts as head of
Aquinas when other obligations make
necessary the absence of Father Monroe.
There is hardly ever a time when Father
McGinley is not presented with problems
of schedule, either of the school or of
some student. His duties as prefect of
studies are particularly heavy at the be-
ginning of each semester. When points of
discipline arise every Aquinian knows that
he is headed for an interview with the
J. B. TAYLOR 0 P
prefect of discipline. Father Smith. There
is no doubt of his eliiciency in the minds
of those who have had any experience in
such matters, routine or extraordinary.
Many are the surprises given by the
little numbers in the handwriting of the
Registrar. Father Gilsenan. The report
cards mailed by him six times in a school
year as well as the permanent records
have a personal touch which makes them
quite authentic. Another record is kept by
the treasurer. Father Bagley. When it
comes to paying your tuition or remitting
a school bill, you will find him with the
Rev. E. C. M1-Eniry, 0.P. Rev. J. B. Shel-lmn. 0.P. Rev. ll. F. Yollmer. 0.P. Rev. J. R. Smith. OP
Rev. C. R. Alger, 0.P. Rl'v. P. A. Bagley, 0.P. Rev. J. G. Preeourt. 0.I'. Rev. IG. A. Vltle, 0 I'
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There is perfect attention on the first day of school
while Father Smith, the prefect of discipline, lays down
Ri-zuoiox is MOST IMPORTANT Fon ALL.
The subjects taught at Aquinas are
many and varied and religion is second
to none. Fvery student is given the op-
portunity to reap the greatest possible
benent from whichever course he takes.
No matter what path is sought, the best
development may be obtained at Aquinas.
Each faculty member seeks to give to each
Aquinian in every class the principles of
justice and truth. ln order that young
men may be prepared to defend the faith,
formal courses in religion are given by
nearly all the members of the faculty.
ENGLISH, SCIENCE AND ill.-XTHEMATICS.
Without the mother tongue one cannot
progress along the ladder of success.
Freshmen. Sophomores, Juniors and Sen-
iors receive the rules of grammar from
Fathers Reichert, 0,Connell, Shanley and
General Science, biology, physics and
chemistry are expounded by Fathers Alger,
Pre-court and Minichiello. Any Aquinian
may be led from one to infinity and from
straight line to involved trigonometric
formulae- by Fathers Bagley, McGinley,
Crombie, Thomas and Craig. Business
mathematics is offered by Fathers Cilsenan
The combined efforts of these depart-
ments have brought many honors to
Aquinas in state competitive examinations.
ev. I". L. Grxuly. 0.P. Rev. H. H. M1-Iiinley. 0.l'. Rev. .I. A. Segren, 0.P. Rev. M. J. Minichlello 0 P
x J. F. Gilsennn. 0.P. Rev. J. R. Nhnlvey, 0.P. Rev. J. H. 0'CZlll!lll3lll, OJ". Rev. J. IJ. Sknlko 0 P
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l'l0lililGN Lxxcrxorz. HIsTo1:v ,nn IN-
IJISTRY. Latin is imparted hy lfathers Tay-
lor. Segren and Skalko. Father Taylor
and llather Nlclfniry are instructors in
Spanish. while German and French llow
from the lips ol' Fathers Smith and Vitie.
ln history and civics Aquinians learn
ahout their country from Fathers 0'Calla-
han and Segren.
Fathers Smith. Vitie. Grady. McAvey
and Mclienna initiate the neophyte in a
variety of social science. which include
economics. sociology. business organiza-
tion and administration. economic geog-
raphy and commercial law. Fathers Crom-
lrie, Thomas and Vollmer preside over
mechanical drawing and industrial arts.
Sriioxc NIIXDS Nrzrzn Srraovc llounzs.
Our Vice President. Father Taylor. is di-
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John Gallucci is one among many who present
problems of schedule to the prefect of studies, Father
rector of athletics. Mr. Zadworny is oc-
cupied with huilding muscle after 'training
our representatives on the gridiron. lfather
Taylor is assisted in liaskethall hy Val
lloehm. while lfather Cronihie encourages
the mermen. ln the spring physical skill
is turned to liasehall and golf under the
athletic director and lfather Grady re-
lf the advantages given are not cx-
ploited the faculty cannot he blamed. Ifach
member of the stall seeks to give every
Aquinian a hright heginning in his quest
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Community Mass, of-
fered by Father Monroe,
stands as a focal point in
the religious life of the
The day is punctuated
with recitation of the ot'-
ficial prayer of the Fhurch,
the llivine Office.
Brother Luke serves
Father lllclienna at pri-
vate Mass, one of the
twenty-four offered cvery
Meditation brings the
faculty to the source of
truth in order that wis-
dom may be imparted to
Evening prayer is the
outstanding ll0llIll1ll'Hl't cle-
votlon, Our l,ady's Rosary.
Father Gilsenan, husy
at his desk. exemplifies
the study necessary for all
While the body takes
nourishment. the soul is
refreshed with the word of
Lighter spirits prevail
as the Fathers enjoy each
other's company at recrea-
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lvl: 'I'hunms .Izum-s, John Sn-l11'uemI+'1', lidnwnd Ilurliv, Donald lllwwlu-, Dum-I VV:11lex', Stvpln-n 'l'utl1, VIVINIIHZIS 'Filslm
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FIRST NOVV: llunivl l!1'iL-ker,llzlvicll'1mte,Ihvnaldtlaxllivk.John lla-ndvr, Ihxul Munras, .Izlmvs llvlldvr, Philip Aliniv,
linlu-rt 1211-L-11, 'I'hmm1s Burke, John VVIIAZQIC. SICCUNIJ ROXY: .Iusvph llurlgm-l's, I.1-nw IZ1-llrum, A1131-lu Ualslu-vin. NVilli:xm
ML-Qllauh-, llnlwrt Sn-hmidt, Iwo Kurpieski, l'lzl1'vm-Q Paullus, XVE!liz1m G11-im-ll. xxvilliillll Gnlmlillg, IN-tvv Soul-h. 'I'lllllll
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n01':u-vi, Ilivl1:ll'4l lUllI'1bh1', Fr:-d McNulty. F0l'll'l'H lK0YY:L1-11 lkurus, Ilulu-Vt Ilutlm-V. Mivlluvl Fiurini. Imh- ,l3lll'lll1llL'I',
Ellgwflnm- Davis, .Iusq-1:11 Miller.
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Jnhn lHZlll1'IlZll'Kl, .Iunws Hall, Vim-cnt SIIJUIPSICX, l1h2ll'l4'S Svhmitz, I4'1'z1llL-is Sll'illl1l2l1HIll', llivllzlxwl l't'vifl'v1', Ili1-l1:11':I John-
son, .hum-s Ilrrvwn. 'l'llIllIl ROXV: th-111111 Ilusi, l:1llH1l't t'l:11'k, ,Xllwrt l':ll'h1'll12lllll, .lzlmvs Nm-wtun, Nil-k ,.xHlIIll1'Fl'.
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fgeniaad of 1947
V The days of youthful play
EDWARD M. ANTONIO '
'6The truest politeness comes of
RONALD E. BARKER
"A merry heart doeth good like
CHARLES D. BARLAFANTE
"The joy of young men is in their
DANIEL R. BELL
"Common sense is instinet-H
C'll0lIgll of it is genius?
BERNARDO J. BELLISARI
"Large of size. large of heart."
LAWRENCE R. BELT
"Continued clleerfulness is a ibn
LEO J. BELTRAM
'LLaugl1 and the world laughs
JAMES D. BENDELE
'Tlontentment is better than
WILLIAM F. MCQUADE
"A good head and industrious
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we encounter manly labors.
JAMES R. BENDER
"Reward is doing."
JOHN C. BENDER
"Nothing is impos
JAMES D. BERGMANN, JR.
L'DilHculties give way io
THOMAS M. BOLAND
"By the work we know the
JAMES P. BREEN
'4Cod helps those who help
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JOHN E. BLANCHARD
"Labor conquers everythin
CAYWOOD J. BORROR
"A man who blushes is not qlllle
FRANCIS A. BRENNAN
'lYou can't have too much of
- of 1947
Prepared to venture where . . .
' I A JAMES R. BRENNAN
'lworth makes the man."
DANIEL E. BRICKER
MA cheerful look makes a dish a
JAMES W. BROWN
'Wlanners are the happy way of
WILLIAM F. BROWN
"Work and the rest will be won."
A ERNEST E. BRYANT
"Gentle of speech. benegcient of
R e - ' ' LEO T. BURNS
"Every artist was at first an
ROBERT J. BUTLER
"Cheerful company shortens the
WILLIAM J. CALHOUN
'6Slow and easy."
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. . . God may lead us, the journey is well begun
DOMINIC P. CAROLLO, JR.
"Clothes make the manf'
WILLIAM J. CARROLL
"Your value is increased by
ANGELO J. CASUCCIO
"One cannot always be a hero,
hut he can always be a manf,
EUGENE R. CHARIE
uCleanliness may be defined as
the emblem of purity of mind."
WILLIAM F. CLANCY
"Be of good cheerf,
JOHN D. CLARK
"Small of stature, but never of
ROBERT L. CLARK
"He that lceepeth his mouth and
tongue keeueth his soul from
RICHARD H. COFFMAN
"To work hard is to succeed."
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DONALD J. CONLON
"Wisdom shines from the face of
EUGENE W. DAVIS
"Cleanliness is a mark of
RAMON L. DE CENZO
"Learning hy study must be won
FRANCIS G. DEL COL
"Success has manv friends."
FLOYD F. DENBOW
"lt's a wise heacl that makes a
JOSEPH E. DOERSAM
"OlJliging conduct brings
JOHN F. DOTTER
"Learning is better than house or
JAMES E. DOWLEY
uBe friendly and you w
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DALE H. DURTHALER
"A youth of high ideals."
THOMAS O. DYE
hcleanliness is next to godliness
ALBERT J. EICHENLAUB
"Whoever perseveres will he
JAMES E. ENDERLE
"Happy is the man that tindeth
GERARD H. ENTINGH
"A man of unclerstanding i. a
ROBERT A. ESSMAN
"Diligence is the mother of
HOWARD L. EVANS
LOUIS E. FINNERAN
"Courtesy is a business asset. Ll
gain never a loss."
Class Vice President
MICHAEL D. FIORINI
"Wise to resolve, patient to
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JEREMIAH P. FITZGERALD
"Slow work produces fine goodsf'
WILFRED G. FRANKENBURG
L'Nothing is more useful than
DONALD E. GALLICK
G'He that inquires too much,
JOHN C. GALLUCCI
'Knowledge is a fountain of life
to him that possesseth it."
CHARLES P. GARISH
'AA merry heart makes a cheerful
JOHN C. GETTINGER
ulsearning is wealth."
JOSEPH D. GIBBONEY
'fare and diligence bring
WILLIAM H. GLEICH
"An honest countenance is the
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WILLIAM E. GOLDING '
"Who am I to worry?"
ROBERT J. GREEN
"Music hath charmsf,
EUGENE E. GRIESEMER
"Knowledge comes but wisdom
MICHAEL F. GROGAN
"Man's best friends are his ten
ROBERT F. HOPKINS
"The end crowns the work."
RICHARD L. HUEFNER
"Manners often make fortunes
RICHARD J. JOHNSON
f'To be rich, be diligent."
V . Pleasing
GUY B. JULIAN
"Diligence is the mother of good
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The ideal we pursue with
DANIEL N. KING
"A work well begun is half
CARL J. KINSTLER
l'Nothing in the work is so good
LEO J. KORPIESKI
MA glad heart makes a cheerful
LEO J. KRAUS
g'lVIusic is the poetry of the airfi
ORCHEL D. KRIER
Nllrevity is the Soul of witf,
THURMAN J. KRIVDA
"Try, try again."
JOSEPH T. KUHN i'
"Friendly persons know no
PETER W. KURGUZ
"A willing helper does not wait
until he is asked."
X?Y . V Class Treasurer
LAWRENCE J. ESSMAN
g'Acquire not only the learning
but the habit of learning."
Pagf' 7'l,Uf?Hly'f0ll,l' Eylpfgptlic
every step will lead us straight to Cod.
WILLIAM A. KUSKOWSKI, JR.
"True courage dares to do right."
' " ' RICHARD F. LAEMMLE
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'sfifiizf Q ., "Who does not iire achieves.
PAUL C. LINDER, JR.
"ln much work there shall he
ANDREW J. MACIOCE
"l'olileness is kindness of heart."
ANTHONY 0. MAIBERGER
"Live to do good an-d you will
never tire of your employment."
PAUL E. MANNS .
"He hold but not 'loo hold."
BRUNO J. MASDEA
"Confidence of sucress is uhnos!
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Steadfast in the law of love . . .
' ' RICHARD J. MCCLOSKEY
4'What sunshine is to flowers,
smiles are to humanityf,
JOSEPH R. MCGOVERN
"The reward of a thing well done
is to have done itf,
JOHN P. MCMILLEN
HTrue friends are the greatest
FREDERICK J. MCNULTY
"He hath music in his heartf,
BERNARD H. MEIER
"An unspoken word never does
FRANCIS J. MERENDO
HA good cause makes a stout
heart and a strong armf,
JOSEPH F. MILLER
"Hear much. but speak little."
PHILIP L. MINIC
'glndustry is the parent of
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JAMES J. MONAHAN
"Work in youth is repose in age.'7
CHARLES R. MURPHY
"'Tis better to he small and shine
than big and cast a shadow?
ALBERT J. MUTH
"The first element of success is
determination to succeed."
CHARLES R. 0'NEIL
"Cheerfulness and good will
make labor light."
PAUL D. 0'REILLY
"What is worth doing is worth
PHILIP D. 0'ROURKE
"Best things come in small
CLARENCE L. PAULLUS
"The only way to have a friend is
to he one."
HARRY I. PEARSON
"True politeness is kindness of
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"The man that hath friends must
show himself friendlyf'
CHARLES P. PRIEST
Our strength IS found III a stron
"Duty before mleasuref'
MICHAEL J. PURPURA
"Politeness is a combination of
good nature and good sense."
THOMAS P. QUINN
"Silence is more eloquent
HUGO R. QUINT
"lt's a friendly heart that has
plenty of friends."
EDWARD J. RECH
HA smile will go a long,
JOSEPH E. RILEY
L'Nothing so dillicult lint may he
won hy industry."
PATRICK J. RILEY
"Let the world slide li
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determination to seek justice and truth.
JOSEPH A. RODGERS, JR.
"Friend to all. foe to none."
ROBERT S. SCHMIDT
"Few things are impossible lu
diligence and skill."
CHARLES J. SCHMITZ
"What sweet delight a quiet life
JOHN C. SCHROEDER
"Diligent work makes a skillful
ARTHUR R. SIGNORACCI
"A good laugh is sunshine in a
CHARLES J. SIMON
f'Fortnne befriends the bold."
PETER J. SOUCH, JR.
"The load becomes light when it's
cheerfully bornef, ,
DOMINIC D. SPAGNOL
HAmbition has 110 rest."
THOMAS C. BURKE
'LA man amiable in society shall
be more friendly than a
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We store spiritual riches that the . .
" m - ' RICHARD A. SPALL
"My tastes are aristocratic my
JAMES L. STEIN
Hllheerfulness is an offshoot of
goodness and wisdomf'
REID K. TAUBE'
"Upon the good contentment
ROBERT M. THACKER
' '4Choice makes our friendsf,
FRANCIS B. THOMAS
HA bold man has luck in his
THOMAS W. TILSLEY
4'Perseverance brings success
PAUL A. TINNERMAN
4'Smiles go a long way to
ALFRED P. TONTI
"It's our actual work which
determines our value."
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STEPHEN P. TOTH
"This man has music in his
MAURICE J. TRANT, JR.
"All's well that ends well."
ROBERT E. VAN HEYDE
"Friendship multiplies joys and
DONEL E. WALTER
'LLive to learn and ou will learn
JOHN W. WATZEK
"Live and let live."
JAMES H. WHALEN
'gl-le that does good to another
does ood to himself."
JAMES D. WOODRUFF
"Men of few words are the best
FLOYD M. YORK
"They conquer who beliew
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The seniors have now come to the great
broadening of the highway to heaven. We
who remain. who are left to fit ourselves
more surely for the journey, salute the
class of nineteen forty-seven. Speaking for
the sophomores and freshmen, we juniors
hid these graduates go forth and hlaze the
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Let them light the road ahead with the
torch of truth held high. We look to them
as our immediate predecessors for the fine
example which is expected of loyal Aquini-
ans. We shall expect them to show us the
finest way to prartice the training which
we have received at Aquinas.
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Angelo Del Col, David lic-ilwl, ltohvrt Dickson, Ralph D'Erric0, Thomas Lorenz, Roland Ei:-liner, Robert 'Kellv
Gerald Donohue, Edward Salser, Roy Rogers, ltogrer Houker, Joseph Fodey, ltit-hard Baker, Leo Woodruff
Robert Fox, Thomas Sheehan, Robert Fitzgerald, Otto Sc-hodorf, James De Maria, ltnpert liit-henlauh, ltobt
Donald Manning, Anthony Rogers, John Auer, Thomas Enright, James Groom, Itohert Smith, Donald Goodin
Garrett Reilly, James Conley, SVi1liam Freas, Joseph Yoakum, John Conlon, Girard Berry, James Carroll
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We have spent many carefree school
days with the members of the senior class.
All underclassmen have been edified by
the forcefulness of their leadership. ln
scholarship they have heen the envy of
other classes. In spiritual exercise this
class of forty-seven has proved that they
have grown to the men of prayer we hope
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Certainly the example they have given
in the field of sport and social grace has
been worthy of admiration. They have set
the pace and we have tried to follow in
support of all their elforts. We compli-
ment them upon the high success to which
they have lead all underclassmen. This
year of hard effort will be a model for
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William Shannon, James Strzipp, John Webb, Joseph Dedario, William Krouse, Gino Bracaloni, Richard Di Pietro
Thomas Poliseno, Joseph DeCarlo, Frederick Pagura, Thomas Heilrnan, Richard Underhill, Joseph Belcher, William Baker
Rith ird Morock, Edward Mead, James Devery, Patil Finnerty, Robert Mahley, Nicholas Wilhelm, William Strapp
Robert Von Luhrte, Nicholas Gallagher, Richard Meier, Gerald Ryle, Robert Wanner, John Schlaecter, Richard Noon
Lawrence Elder, Donald Wanner, Martin Auer, Donald Woodyard, Joseph Hausberger
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The standards have been set high. We
have no choice but to endeavor to hold
them yet higher. We look forward to the
coming year with the hope that we may
add in like amount to the traditions of
ln our wishes for those who depart
from the halls of our heloved school. we
Glau of 1948
emphasize our promise to carry on the
heritage which is given to us. We shall
hear the past proudly. Our fixture at
Aquinas is here dedicated to the enrich-
ment of the traditions we hold so dear.
So. farewell and Cod's hlessing upon
each and every undertaking which you
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Lawrence McNulty, James Maher, Terrence Garner, Orfeo Angelo, Paul Alibrando, John Varley, Patrick Ginmarco
Joseph Cahill, John Bighouse, Gerald Call, Donald Butts, Joseph Hans, Paul Rukey, John Lombardo
George Hannaford, John Lawless, Robert Scales, Thomas Miller, Joseph Savely, Stanton Heise, Richard Widmaier
Karl Eiginger, Robert Pearson, William Laverse, Richard McDonald, Joseph Hughes, Leonard Palma, Carl Guzzo
Murdith Byrne, Andrew Alexander, Albert Coughlin, Daniel Galiardi, John Neary
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Charles Schmidt, president, and
Father Skalko. moderator of the
James Strapp, Ralph Breitfeller and
John Webb are junior draftsmen.
Sophomore publication "Terrier
49er", distributed by Guido Augustine.
Thomas Cavanaugh, second vice
president of the class of '42'.
For juniors, a class ring is the
Class of '48 officersg president,
James Devery, vice president, James
Carroll, secretary, John Webb, and
treasurer, Paul Finnerty.
Juniors and sophomores share th:
first lunch period.
Physics is the big major for juniors.
The Saint Joseph Academy cheering
section. Joann Bender and Ann Belt,
center front, lead the loyal noise
Through the West Gate
' By the East Gate
A Car is the Thing
A Flag for Aquinas
The Flag of Our Country
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The Forbidden Door
Rail for the Weary
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Wlivhnu-I Di Sabato
Puzzles in Second Algebra
Louis Ili Sabato
Latin by Diagrams
Metal Lathes Hum
Biology through Glass
History from Far Back
Mechanics of English
Lockers Hold Everything
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ditioned hy our knowledge. The wheel of advance-
ment turns with the application of our minds to
the study of many subjects. livery six weeks we
reeeire marks which indicate the degree of our
eflorts. We are proud ol' those distinguished with
Our study cxtcnds lvcyond tht- classroom in study
cluhs pursuing the knowledge of latin. music. air-
planes and radio. All these activities in the field
of study proxidc us with thc knowledge necessary
for true progress in time toward cternitv.
lfarents listen to Father Nlonroefs advice, The students of second vear English shine
while the faculty await the interviews. for Father O'Connell before interested
Robert Mulligan, Thomas Boland, Father
Monroe, Robert VVanner and Charles
Schmidt admire gilt-edged certificates of
The school is a hlaze of light from end
to end. The hoys can just he recognized
in their Sunday hest. Classrooms are
crowded with strange laces. Well. they are
not complete strangers. They are the hoys'
parents. hes. it is demonstration school.
'liension fairly electrities the air as the
hell rings. Soon things settle down to the
regular class routine. lfverything is a little
more restrained than usual hecause the
class is on parade. Please. lfather. call on
me for something l know.
Suddenly the hell signals the end ot' the
hig demonstration. Worries are not over
yet. After a few' words from the school
president Father Monroe. the parents meet
the teachers and talk things over. Nothing
can he hidden tonight. Dad may have a
few stern words to say when we get home.
There are no worries for those who
respond to Father lVlonroe's call for honor
cards at the end of each six weeks period.
They hring home sutlicient proof that all
teachers are satisfied and report ahove
average performance in study and applica-
tion. Although all cannot he ahove aver-
age, we should always strive to be a little
hetter than we are.
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leader. llerelo nnent of leadershi i under seen ha 1 rx' fulfilhnenl.
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eiples is the purpose of the student coun- early in the school year hy the ffoinniunily
eil. This organization affords nie,1nhers. ffhest lfund. Through persuasive efforts
elected from the student hotly an oppor- the student council made everyone at
tunily to study and solve the prolvlems of Aquinas a eontrihutor and the proud
leadership. nearer of the little red feather characteris-
'llhe sacred trust of directing fellowmen tic of the 10111 appeal.
toward the eonnuon good is shown in a At the completion of the gridiron season
twofold manner. The class division rep- the couneil hapluilyihonored the leant at its
resentatixes are presented with the practi- non annual foothall eieningf. ltloxies and
1-al experience of leaders. They encounter an excellent talk hy Mr. Hagley. footliall
the many difliculties of satisfying the de- coach at North High were featured.
mands of constituents and the endless Soon after the hefrinninf-' of the second
process of arousing new heights of school term an appeal came from the lied Cross
spirit when occasiondemands. Constantly, and the llishops' Relief Conunitlee. The
sonie worthy project is presented for sup- extended drive for funds to relieve the suf-
iort. Secondlv. the student hodv is tanvht ferins: of the needv of war-torn lands was
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the need for thoughtful use of the hallot made each week during lent. The coun-
it hen they find themselves well represented cil's experience in fund collecting raised
on the student council. or more forcefully the success aliore standard.
when they find their particular representa- Adding the spring dance to the schedule
tive indifferent to common prohlems. of the student hody. the council has helped
Under the leadership of james Dowley. in great measure to make itself one of the
president and Father Shanley. moderator most outstanding groups in our school life.
cnrpe 4 lei, Ylneenl Snsi. Roln-rt Snsi. Lnwrl-nee Holliday. .lnhn lh-nz. l're-sid!-nt .IIIIIIPS llowley and fhnir-
Innus Ilouley. llnniel King. Lawrence Corbett. N'illium Mellnude. Gino llrnen- mnn lfrunk llrennnn Iuy plains for
lunl Itnlu rt Ylnlligun ure fxllthfnl llll'llllN'l'S nf the simh-nt ennneil. the spring: 1l1llll'l'.
We are llLll'lIPlllL1I'ly proud ol' the ac-
f'tHIlIIlISlllIll"IllS ol' the glee clull ol' Aquillas.
Although tlle clull is primarily one lllill
l-llIIl'lIUllS within the school. it Ilas l't'Il4lk'I'C1I
ilnportallt service iltltl Ibftllltfllll pleasure to
llliltly. llnder the zealous care ol' lfather
Skallxo and the direction ol' Wir. I'atrick
lliley. tllis group has 1lSSllIlli'fl Zltl impor-
xldlly tillles during the school year we
have llt'2iI'tl tllesc SlllflPIllS sing High Mass.
Tllev deserve high IIUIIUI' ill so great Llll
Llt'lllt'Vt'IlIPIIl. l'roud Illtlllli-'l'S have heard
llll'Ill give a very enjoyallle recital at the
l"ellrual'y IIIFPIIIIQL of the Mothers lilllll.
'lilleir contrillution to school life makes
everyone aware ol' the IIlllI0l'lLlIli't' ol' vocal
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'lihe l.atin Honorary Society is PUIII-
posefl of all students wllo have received
ninety percent or hetter ill regular lrillitl
classes. The society has no meetings hut
exists for the sole purpose ol' encouraging
the earnest study of the classic language.
It is a part ol' the national Latin society
and awards certificates issued hy tIle parent
It' you see a SlllClt'lll intent upoll a t'UIIl-
plex diagram with C. I. Caesar written on
it. you may he sure Ile is another 'xllllllliiilt
who takes Ilis I,atin very seriously. AI-
though there are four honor students of
I,atin among juniors and Seniors. tIle Illii-
jority of the lloys with a classical llent are
liound ill the lower classes,
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"l"0lll left ln right: .lost-plt
llorlgers, lllt'll1ll'tl Johnson.
t':tul I.intt--r, Alike l'lll'lltll'tli
'ruin left lo ri1:,'llt: llenry
tlnrter, llonatcl XYoottyztl'd,
Hoy t:oth,:t-rs, .It-roine ttlun-
hnrd, llolie-rt lirown, liillllh
lireitfetlt-1-. John tlvertield,
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Any student at Aquinas may satisfy ln the rapidly adxaneing world ol to-
exery eommnnieation interest lwy joining day the schools ol, Anteriea mnst keep in
the radio elulv. The moderator. lfather stride with the times. .V-Xquinians hate
Yollmer. has ready and praetieal answers. many opportunities ol' keeping np with
'Xt the lteginning ol' the sehool year an ex- the rest ol' the world. The Aero tilnlm
ploration ol the field ol' television was eon- serves as a very important introdnetion to
sidered. llnt sinee no television station is the ever ehanging field ol airltorne travel.
- near enough to eorer liolnmltns. plans A major part ol' the study done liy this
were ehanged. group of air enthusiasts is exercised with
The projeet lor the enrrent year lmeeame model planes. Yet memliers lind time to
' the ltnilding ol' u ref-ord player. The parts inspeet thoroughly the large Allison ene
used were inexpensive. ltnt with expert gine whit-lr dominates their meeting plaee,
handling they produced a machine ol' eon- lfrequent moxies have lween shown lay the
sideralmle power and exeellenl tone quality. moderator ol' the group. lfather l'reeourt.
lilnlr memlters are rewarded in the home to explain lnlly the mysteries ol' riding the
enjoyment ol' these produets of their own rather nnpredietalvle medium ol. the air.
work and skill.
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liecause of the supernatural and eternal nature
of the goal we seek. prayer is most necessary that
we continue in hope. Aquinians grow to men of
prayer as they daily dedicate their lives to Cod.
The opportunity to receive the sacraments is pre-
sented each morning at the students' Mass. The
first class is opened with a decade of Our I.ady's
rosary. No school function begins without invok-
ing Saint Thomas, or ends without a Hail Mary.
The work of the week is sanctified with henediction
of the Blessed Sacrament. We endeavor to live a
life of prayer.
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Xutiu- Mass of the Holy
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,'lkK'iill0Mlf'1iQli1Qllli' importance of prayer
in life. we lu-gin to realize the end for
which we were created. happiness with Cod
through all eternity. Knowing this. we
turn our every moment of life towards our
Master. For. to make the slightest degree
ol progress towards the end ol all our
hopes. we must have His help. Vlie cannot
travel the narrow road without asking for
His holy grace hecause Christ promised
aid only to those who ask. "Ask and you
Opening with the students, Mass. which
lrrings us to the sacrifice of the Son of
tlod on Calvary. each school day at
Aquinas is consecrated in prayer. The
ringing: of the nine oiclock hell hnds teach-
ers and students ready to hegrin class work.
hut first they turn to the Blessed Virgin
Mary. invoking her divine Son saying a
decade of the rosary.
How many times have we called upon
our patron Saint 'lihomas Aquinas? The
lvr2lYcr "U lfllesscd Thomasu is forever im-
pressed upon the memory ol' every
Un Friday. the regular assemluly is held
lor the devotion of Aqninians to the
lilessed Sacrament. 'lihis one gathering ol'
all students is to oller to our l'iucharistic
Lord the fruits of the weekis elliorts and
receive His lvcnediction.
Once a month the Alumni Association
ollers inspiring messages from graduates
of Aquinas. who hring Aquinians proven
advice concerning a choice of a vocation in
life. We are indeed grateful for all these
opportunities to develop as men who will
seek constantly to fulfill the will of Cod.
llc lllllilllllll ul' the Most Blessed s7l1'l'2lIlli'll1 is held liezxerzil lirelner. :I speaker in llu- Iiuimlzlnee hulk ur qs
cr! rie U nfternnun in the selnml chu ' .
pul is l'0llg'l'Ilflll2l'l'lI In the school presldeni.
Sl' 7faamaA lay 14 af
The traditional observance of the feast
of Saint Thomas Aquinas. universal doc-
tor of the church. and our special patron.
was on March seventh. The school presi-
dent. lfather Nlonroe. assisted by Fathers
Taylor and Sheehan celebrated the solemn
hlass at St. l'atrick's church. The faculty
formed the choir with Nlrs. Patrick Riley
at the organ.
Father llilsenan delivered an inspiring
sermon on the glories of Saint Thomas.
His title of Angelic Doctor was presented
as a commanding reason for the special
protection we should seek from the dilli-
culties which beset our youth.
Although the feast day was not a day
for general communion for the student
body. a great number of Aquinians did re-
ceive Uur lilessed Lord. Vlie are privi-
leged to have so great a Saint for the pro-
tector of our school. He is for us. as for
the scholars of all times. the shining ex-
ample of combined learning and sanctity.
Under the guiding influence of llev. l. D,
Walsh the retreat was at St. l'atrick's
Church on the first three days of Holy
week. Father Walslrs forceful preaching
led all to the true spirit of this religious
exercise. By the renewal of half-forgotten
wells of fervent devotion. the retreat brings
a newness of spiritual life to the student
Likening our salvation. the "game of
life," to an athletic game lfather made a
clear picture of our duty to Cod. He
showed us that in order to secure the all
important goal of eternal salvation we
must "follow the rulesf' Uod's command-
ments and "keep in conditionf, Grace.
Father also gave inspiring sermons on
how to love Cod and how to avoid sin.
liach year the retreat brings something
vital to Aquinas. At the close of the re-
treat. the student body was served break-
fast in the school cafeteria by the Mothers
lst row: VVilli1um Meth-v,
Y-All-,win-, .Iohn Si-hnieitzel.
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ln order that it may always be remem- To provide adequate service at religious
lxered. the Class of '-L7 is leaving to the
student chapel a beautiful sterling silver
nionstranee plated with gold.
The Celtic' cross monstrance. designed
by rnaster craftsman Joseph E. Piana. is 21
inches high and will match the chalice do-
nated luv the-'Class ol i-l-fi.
HIGH YICRN l'l.l' ll.
Jud row: XVillizuni 'l'1 1 it lil II
lrql row: Ilolu-1'1 Koi-li, I..-o
functions, the Rev. J.
organized the servers
memliers of the new
senior Leo Burns as
The work of the clulm i
ers to serve.
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their first president.
s to encourage oth-
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Unless one learns lo uork. to apply real energy
in the service ol' others. one cannot hope to travel
upon the highway to salvation. Uur school life
provicles countless outlets for work in service ol'
Outstanding in servive are the orchestra. alumni
and Nlothers eluh groups as well as the school pulm-
lications. the llatrieian and the Aquinian. The el'-
liorts of all these are primarily pointed toward ex-
pressing our charity for Aquiuians. This exercise
in charity prepares us for future activities offering
work in service of our fellow men.
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'llhere is no student organization at
Aquinas which is more completely at the
service of others than the school orchestra.
Not only do they serve with honor and
pride the orchestral needs of school func-
tions hut their spirit of charitable service
evtends to many social events in Columbus.
Yet these appearances are hut a small part
ol' their activity. The hoys spend long
hours at practice under the direction of
their moderator Father Vitie. Many Sun-
day hours have heen devoted to making a
good hand a hetter one.
The music of the hand made a luig hit
at the Senior masquerade. There was an
ahundance of mellow music for the hegin-
Rev. E. A. Vitie, 0.P.
ners as well as a sprinkling of torrid jive
for the initiated. A repetition of this com-
lwination was enjoyed at the Junior-Sophm
more dance and also the last but not least
Again this year the big engagement was
the Mothersi Cluh Neil House Card Party,
the quality of their music quickly turned
wall flowers into fast steppers.
From the performance at the parent-
teachers meeting and other engagements
the Aquinas orchestra has rounded out a
very successful year. They have hrought
pleasure to many and praise to themselves
Moderator, Father Vitieg Pianist, Miss Audre Lennong Saxaphones, Donald Gallick, I eter Souch,Rosatl
tccordian. Angelo Napolitano: Trumpetsg Bruno Masdea, Francis Sinacola, Nicholas Wilhelmg Drums
rout ron .lohn tlrit't'iu, Secretziryg VVilliain Stein, President: ltoluert U'Sli:luglim-ssy. Zirtl Viet- l'rt-sitlenl.
lluk ron Hurry' Stewart, 'I'rt-asurer: Jost- all Van llt-y
1 dt- I"trliainentarian: l'liarles Xlt-vt-rs Viet- i,l't'Nllll'lIl lex I li
t ill: tv l .. Motif-1'atoi'.
The year l9l17 is one of superlatives. We
have the biggest and best in everything
from automobiles to atom srnashers. Also
IQ47 has proven to he one of the biggest
and best years of the Aquinas Alumni As-
Under the forceful. sincere direction of
the moderator. Father Skalko. the past
president Jerry Anglim and his successor.
liill Stein. the Alumni have taken a long
step toward the realization of their pri-
mary goal. a closer bond between the
graduates and Aquinas.
liecent innovations in the Association
include the adoption of a constitution, the
lack of which has been a long present void
in the organizationis setup. and the found-
ing of the Alumni News. an Alumni organ
published three times a year. During the
past year a whole series of religious and
social programs have been developed,
which includes the introduction of two an-
nual alumni Masses. Une is a Memorial
Mass celebrated on Armistice Day for the
deceased members of the Association. while
the other is a Communion Mass offered for
all the graduates on March 2.
ln the field of sports this year saw the
formation of a bowling league. which went
into action every Thursday night at the
K. of C. Club.
Basketball. golf and softball leagues
were also initiated.
Un May lst the association presented
what it hopes will become an annual event.
a dinner for the twenty-lifth anniversary
class which this year was the Class of 1922.
Add these to already familiar traditional
events like the Aquinas Alumni Dance at
Christmas time and the Spring Dance in
June. and the result is a balanced reli-
gious. social and recreational program. de-
voted to the furtherance of the aims of
Aquinas and the Dominican l"athers.
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'l'Iu- .xllllilliilll 1-ulitors nork
your hook promptly.
Ilona-I XY:lIt1-r. Rohn-rt llut-
lvr :Ind tllpnoull llorror
pr:-p:ll'o tho Sa-nior sn-vtion.
'l'lu- sports tl:-pzlrtnn-nt ol'
the hl nin inn is u hippu-tl
into s ll il p 1- bp lkolu-rt
N1-hmitll. flilllilq ..ii.g: :uni
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l'Q'lll'l' llc-It tht- husinc-ss
lllilllill-Zl'l"S of tlu- Aqninizlll.
1-xzuuinl' its liuznu-Ezul status.
'lilir' stall' ol' tht- .-Xqniniun siiitw-wly linpvs lic- lI't'i1Slll't'tl hy tht- slntlonts tis Ll nivint-nto
that this hook fully live-s np to the high ul' thvir days at Atllllltilxl'SIN'l'l11lly hy tht-
stumlurtls se-I hy liorincr emlitions of tht- year seniors who wry soon will he lt'ilYlltQI thvst'
liook. Vic llavt- a'inlvax'oretl to preseiit an hulls ol' learning to go ont into il innvh
21f'I'lll'i1lt' and cmnplett- piclnrv ul' Slllflelll lftlllllltxll worlfl.
lift- at .-'lqninas during classes, as well us With this always in inintl iw havv vx-
in t'Xll'Ll-f'lll'l'll'lllill' uvtivity throughout llw vrtx-tl vvvry c'll'nrt to nizilw this mlition of
your. tht Atltlillldll one to he long re-liic-iiilwreel
It is our dvsirv that this hook will long hy tht- stndvnt hotly.
Front ron: IH-tt-1' Kni'p.1nz :intl I.:twi't-n 1-+- IZ.-tt ttmnsinq-ss lIlIlIl1lgt'l'Sl. .lost-ph Kinstlt-V, Iron--I
VVzlltvi', .l--ru-iniaih lfitzgw-i'zll1l, .lohn Itottt-It llnvk r arxx : I. 1-1u llnrns tZlI'l wlitorb, llolwrt
St-hniitlt tslxorts wlilorl, 'I'honi:is lztrlillltl, Imniz-I King. lloht-Vt lintle-r. In-sliv Sli-in, l"iy-
wond liorrni' tt-tlitort, Fzitlivi' t'i'oinlviv tmotlt-i'z1toi'l.
Nlollu-rs' fluh Ullic-1-rs: l'l'l'Sid1'lIf. Mrs. F. A.
lloluml: Yi:-e President. Mrs. l'. S. Kesserling:
Seeretury. Mrs. I'. J. Riley: Trezlsurer. Mrs. J. X.
N':ulter. Jr.. and Yloderntnr, Rev. I-'. lr. Grady,
Uur Xlothers are our inspiration. their
undying love and prudent care guide us
daily in our every activity. They do not
however conline their duties to our home
care alone. but come forth and work re-
lentlessly under the direction of Father
Grady and the faculty in order to give us
better opportunities to aid in our road to
Their material assistance is indispen-
sable: by it we obtain conveniences and
improvements that otherwise might be im-
possible. Gaining no recompense for their
work does not impair their diligence in
putting forth a successful bazaar and card
partyg we can never thank them sulliciently
for their noble efforts. This highly com-
mendable work of our Mothers' Club is an
incentive for each student to work side by
side with our mothers to help make our
school a better and more appreciated place
for all of us. With our interests always
first in their mind. they will continue their
priceless endeavors through the coming
years. Vive join with Abraham l,incoln in
paying tribute to our Mothers as he paid
tribute to his when he said. "All that I am
and all that l hope to be. l owe to my an-
Mothers serve the rlnnuzll llzlzzmr l,illll1'l'.
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We are proud of the athletic and social program
enjoyed at Aquinas. The end we seek is an ardu-
ous one to attain. lt takes a strong body to endure
the labors of the upward trail. Through the sea-
sons both body and spirit are exercised in prepa-
ration for life-'s battles.
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and intramural competition condition Aquinians
for taking heaven by storm. The social graces are
no less important for success. While we enjoy
skating and dance parties. we realize the part they
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R E C 0 R D
Opp. Aquinas Opp. Aquinas
Lumlon , 7 6 East , 22 7
West 6 0 South , ll 33
Roger Bacon , 13 12 Central , 0 0
North , 6 6 Springfield 12 7
Linden Mc-Kinley 19 0
t.oniph-ting its ninctccn-forty-seven foot-
liall campaign. thc Aquinas lioothall squad
cndcil up with a record ol' two wins. two
tics and tive losses. lfinishing one of thc
worst seasons in recent years. the tcam
placed sixth in the city league.
Opening the scason at l,ontlon. the Irish
lost a heartlwrcaker to thc lied liamhlers
scvcn to six. Starting with what l00iit'tl
like a powerhousc eleven the Terriers ad-
vanced again and again only to have the
gains nullilietl hy penalty after penalty.
lfinally. thi- lrish pushed over a six pointer
in the st-cond quarter heforc retiring lor
the half. Playing sluggish hall during the
Iead Coach Frank Zadworny, Assistant Coach Pete Mel-
sccoml half the Green and Cold couldnit
get started. The l.ontloners finally scored
on a pass and thcn kicked thc extra point
to give them the taste of victory.
ln the Iirst city league encounter the
Aquinas clcvcn nlct the Cowhoys ol' Wes!
and again camc away with the short cntl
ot' the score. as the Westsiilers gave the
Illllil't'SSl0l1 ol IPOOI' ll0SiS IIUSIIIQ tllll
the visiting clevcn six to notlnng. Putting
up a vicious tight the 'licrricrs licll victim
to a fourth quarter pass that gave the
tlowhoys the margin of victory. tfonstant
penalties again and again stoppctl tht-
Creen and Cold from any scoring.
Aquinas linesmen in action at Springfield
hiorre, Athletic Director Father Taylor and Backfield Coach Green and Gold Managers. Patrick Holdrieth Roy Rovers,
on Sweeney carries the ball around end.
Paul Finnerty and John Neary.
Trekking to Cincinnati the next week the
tlreen and Cold lost a thriller to Hoger
liacon thirteen to twelve. Playing in St.
Xavieris stadium against the highly rated
Cincinnati team. the Terriers played a
good hrand of hall. but just coulduit pro-
duce that needed extra punch that would
have resulted in victory, Again the in-
ahility to make extra points and inade-
quate pass defense cost the fighting Irish
a victory which they had in their grasp
until the last quarter.
e nineteen - forty - seven
season was the annual hattle against the
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olar Bears ot North Th
. . . e Aquinas line
playing a championship brand of hall,
Del Col piled up after short gain through West's
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again and again ontlougltt and outcharged
the North line and so frustrated the North-
score and then only after a stulxhorn de-
fense that held for three downs. hnally
siders' backfield h '
t at only once did they
gave way. The Irish then came hack and
pushed over a fourth quarter score. earn-
ing themselves a well deserved tie.
Meeting the future city league champs,
Linden McKinley. on Central's field. the
Terriers lost all hopes of a share of the
city league crown. After the field of hat-
tle had cleared. the Panthers were on top
by three touchdowns. Putting over two
touchdowns in the final period. Linden
ne all hopes of the Terriers.
Blanchard hit b
y a host of tacklers at the
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Losing the next game to the Tigers of
lfast. the Aquinians were unahle to stop a
first quarter lvarrage that netted the hast-
siders twenty-tw o points. The Terriers. re-
gaining some of their lost prestige. tram-
pled hack to seore and then held a power-
fiul 'lligel' eleven scoreless for the remain-
der of' the skirmish.
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At last the flreen and flold lasted tlw,
fltuits of' xi:-tori' at the expense of' the hap-
less South eleven. Having a field day the
lrish ran up the seore at will. The Ter-
riers line opened up hole alter hole and
the Irish liaeks took advantage of this op-
portunity as they stormed through for
seore after seore. The future stars of' to-
morrow got their ehanee that day and re-
eorded a splendid showing.
Visiting Central in a nip and tuek liattle
under the mazdas. the following Friday
neither team was rewarded for their oft-
taekle plays and forward passes as the
game ended in a scoreless tie. Most of' the.
fray was fought at midfield although
Aquinas was onee on Central's two yard
line and after four eraeks at Centralis line
lost the hall.
Playing a charity game for the Domini-
can Nuns at Springfield the following week
the Terriers came hack strong in the see-
ond half. pushing the Springfield eleven
all over the field and then giving way to
the reserves who protected the lead with
'FVRAO PI.AlIl-2 HY ALI. CITY TEAM
llat Tonti and llernard llellasari received
first string herths on the all city team for
their outstanding play all season and Bill
llleQuade. who did half the seoring for the
flreen and Cold. reeeived a seeond string
Win or lose the true quality of sports
manship eau and will prevail. as the lead-
ership of the athleties will continue in the
Schmidt reverses to Meiluade on an off tackle play.
Front Row: Cheerleaders Robert Fox, Rohert Buf-
ler and Donald Manning. Back Row: Cheerleaders
James Mahr and .Iohn Iiighouse.
An Irish back breaks through a hole made for him.
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The Aquinas cage squad wound up the
current basketball season with a record of
ten wins and eight losses. The Irish lost
more than one heartbreaker during the five
months of llying basketballs. flashing uni
forms and sereaming bystanders.
Leading oll' with Leesburg in Fairfield
lfounty. the Green and Gold had quite a
time before subduing the country boys.
Because of their earlier start in the sea-
son. Leesburg kept pace with the Irish
until the final quarter when the superior
material started to tell.
Playing next at Delaware the Terriers
eked out a one point victory over the
Delaware cagers. After playing snappy
l-all the first half. the Green and Gold en-
joyed a ten point lead. only to have the
l'anthers come back strong in the second
nrwny 'l'4-nm. Front Row: Mgr. Roger .'- z ' .-
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half to come within one point ol' the lrish
lrefore the gun ended the game.
Vlvinning this third game in as many
starts the Terriers took the measure of the
Aquinas grads forty to thirty-four.
Staging one of the greatest Comebacks
in recent league play, the Aquinians beat
the Panthers of Linden McKinley forty-
six to thirty-three. Behind eleven points
at the end of the first half, the Terriers
rallied and hitting from all angles wal-
loped the Linden five.
The string of five straight victories was
soon to be halted as the lrish met the
highly touted Pirates of Central on the
Aquinas hardwood. The jitters seemed to
he the Green and Gold's prime setback as
the game ended fifty-five to thirty-six.
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Pit li lltls, littnt is Del L ol, lhtnlel lung, Allred Tonti, Co-Pant, lt
ell St-hniinll. Sc-eolul Row: Mgr. Paul Finnerty, .lame-s Carroll, Thomas l'olist-no, Joseph llelm-lie-V, 1 J
1 int, xvllllillll Mt-Quaelt-, 'I'InirrI Row: Mgr. .Xmlrew Alexzlmler, l.e-o Korpieski los ph IM llllltb
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Aquinas Opponents Aquinas Opponents
I1-1 "" -Delaware -17 51-North
40 -Alumni 35 47-Central
-143 -Linden M-cKinlcy 2345 40--South
44 3'-J8f'fQl'S0IlVlll9 42 35-West
336 wCent1'al 231 -13-East
413 -L4-South I-35 33-Bexley
423 -West, 235 III!--Fenwick
Il7 38-East -14 -17fNoi't.h
53 .37-Linalen Mt'Kinley
Aquinas Zlli VVest 1.2!
W r i g ht up high
during the Aquinas
'l'wo p o i n t s for
North as Wright
Boland and Tonti
scramble in m i d -
c o u r t in game
lg'1lll1St the Bulldogs.
Poliseno set to block
a south sidx-r's shot.
Two for Aquinas as
l'oliseno s c o r e s
W'ith Del Vol looking
on, Poliseno and Bo-
land take hall from
.lohnson of East.
bl' Del Col and Hertz jump for ball as a host of play
Jackson of t'entral on top of the heap scram ing
for the ball.
liack into winning form again the Irish
came through in an overtime period to
edge South. forty-six to forty-four. The
lead changed hands several times during
the game and was in doubt until the final
lnvading the Aquinas eourt for the next
skirmish. the Cowboys of West went home
on the long end of the score as they over-
came a lead the Terriers had held the
whole game. But before the game was
over. the fans from both sides had filled
the gym with roar after roar for their
Taking the worst beating of the year
from the Tigers of Fast, the Green and
Cold never had a chance to get started.
The lfastsiders hit for seventy-five percent
of their shots and looked like the city
league champs that they were to he in the
future. Tom Boland was the only bright
spot in a dismal night.
liefore a full house at the Mt. Vernon
Avenue tlym. the Polar liears of Niorth ran
riot the second half of the scheduled game
to overeome a ten-point lead and go on
to win fifty-one to forty-seven. Again the
fans were treated to a rare game of brain.
l-rzawn and speed.
ers look on them.
lVleeting Central for the second battle
of the season. the Terriers played better
l-all. but still could not stop the Pirates.
Still the tlreen and tlold kept pace with
the Red and lilack until the final quarter
when Central pulled away to win the
Revenge was the ery of the Southsiders
as they invaded the Aquinians perch and
gained that very thing. Never realized
until the hnal quarter. which was a thriller.
the liulldogs won out forty to thirty-six.
Bill McQuade and Bob Schmidt this years to-Cap
Aquinas took the next game at the ex-
pense ol' West. The fiowlvoys hitting from
lar out and the Irish connecting from
4-lose in made one ol the lrest games ol
the yea r.
lzast still held a Jinx over the Irish Inf-
ar they again won over the Ifreen and hold
tty the seore ol' forty-three to thirty-one.
Playing sluggish hall the Terriers were
never in the game from the lieginning.
A strong Ilexley team fell Iry tht- way-
side as the Irish eame lnaeli strong after
the defeat Ivy lfast the preeeding week. A
nip and tnelx lmattle all the way. the Green
could not Ive headed oll' and won thirty-
lire to thirty-three.
Hy winning the annual game at l"enwir'k.
the Irish hrought the series record up to
four for Aquinas and five for the lllaelt-
friars. The lllaek and White enjoyed a
Comfortable lead at the end of the hrst
half. but the Terriers rallied and enjoyed
the remaining time of their visit as they
won thirty-five to thirty-three. llill Me-
Qnade paved the Terriers in Chicago.
Returning to Columlrus. the Irish lost
the most thrilling game of the season.
Again the Cree-n held the lead until the
last ten seeonds when Vernon Ilarkstall
Pre-game prayer for victory.
hit Ivor two points to put the llolar llears
ahead for the Iirst time and last time.
lfnding the season triumpliantly the Ter-
rier eagers hit the peak as they trouneed
Linden fifty-three to thirty-seven. It was
all Aquinas as they scored almost at will
from the start.
Tom Iloland. who ended up a strong
second in the eity seoring column. reeeived
a hrst team herth on the inythieal all high
team. llill McQuade and Pat Tonti re-
c-eived second string positions and Tom
l'oIiseno gained honorable mention.
Anderson hits for two as Poliseno tries in vain to Poliseno grabs the ball from the straining arms of
stop him two opponents.
llr:11-:1I11ni Illlll :1 Niorthsieler jump for hull in Front Row: 11111121111 S1111-111-1',l1o11:111111'1Iri1-11,l':1111.l11111 11111 1111
llliil-l'0lll't. .12l1l1t'S Sll+'I'1l12l11, 1:11111'1'1 K111-I1. 5l'1'llllll Row: 112111111 N1 1111
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NK inning 0110-1111l'1'l of t11eir games for 11111
season. 1l1e lrish l1eser1'e team 91111611 111
sixth place 111 1119 City League lleserves
l1ace. Hll11d1f'21I111?11 111' tl1e 1111-11 of height.
the .11111ior Varsity 1'1111l1l only salvage three
games 111 league play, 11111 fared hetter 111
111111-10311119 play as they were victors in
two 11111 of three frays. Always ill there
fighting, 1119 lieserves 11111 1111 a good 111111
tle and more tl1a11 once came away the
losers 111' only o11e or two points. Here's
wishing 1110111 hetter luck next year as they
step 1111 to take the l1L1I111t'l' of Aquinas for-
1121111 111 1111- roles ol' varsity players.
Playing 111 ancl 11111 hall all season 11111
1'ese1'1'es won once 11111111 South 111111 111111-
1.10111 lfast 111 league play 111111 won lirorn
11t'lLlW211'1' and St. Mary Nlag11ule11e. Capt.
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C ' t'g1"Y 21
1. , 1 , ' 27
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111-ne l1racalon1 and Chuck 5C11l11111l s1oo1l
out for the Junior Varsity 111 t11e majority
of the games while Ylillflllll Hord. 11111
DiSa11ato and Dick lfalter gave good per-
1vOI'II121Ilf'6S during the season. l,ast half
rallies see1ne11 to he 1l1e main 1101111116 of
the reserve hattles. Always coniing hack
in the last half. the Junior cage five never
had enough 111119 to ll1'011llCC that 110011811
extra poi11t to walk away wit11 a 1'i1'1o1'y.
Two games 111211 were carhon copies of
each other were the Central 111111 North
games. The opposing teams. l1otl1 ahead
111' twelve p11i111s at the half. were held to
four points 111 the seco11d half 11111 these
were enough to edge out t11e Green 1.11111
1111111 who fought 1'aliantl1' lI111 1ll vain.
R E C 0 R D
15-St. Mary Magdalene
,, 24-East '
, , 234-Bexley
ll' this year's Freshman haskethall is
any preview of the class of haskethall to
lit- played in the future at Aquinas. the fol-
lowers of the Green and Cold can set their
minds at ease as the first year men came
through with llying colors. Having the
lest record of the three haslcethall teams
representing Aquinas. the freshmen won
clcvcn and lost three. Plenty of skill was
shown during the season which is very un-
usual for the youngsters of the school. A
quantity of height was discovered at the
farst night of practice and was used with
good advantage throughout the year.
Many hoys who gave evidence of little ex-
perience but plenty of Eght with a little
support will develop into fine players dur-
ing their stay at Aquinas. liill Deagen
and liernard Melchiorre were constant
threats to the opposition. De-agen. a pivot
man. was the main cog under the hasket.
while Melchiorre was a fast hreak special-
ist and was the teanfs high scorer. .lint
Url. l,arry Dolan and Jerry Miller made
up the rest of the first team.
Aquinas Opps. Aquinas Opps.
22 . 34-Linden McKinley 27 2tsUppe1' Arlington
27 18-Linden McKinley 28, ,. ..., 13-St. Mary's
12 , 44-Barrett 22 ..... 20-Rosary
14.. . 13-Franklin 30 V 22-Everett
35 , . 18-St. Aloysius 23 . . 19-Indianola
25. .. , 19-Indianola 12 . , , 17-Barrett
H0 . 25-St. Mary Magdalene 24 . . 19-Bexley
irst ton Ntgr. Thonias KoITott. IM-initrius Pzippus, Philip Sctiittingt-I. titl-
w tit N iittii IN-nnis Ke-tty. I4Ictw':trfI tP'tlourlu-. Sm-mul Row: .I11
nies Url. XXII-
ntf terimrtl M4-lchiorrc, xxllllitttt In-zigxtii, I,:txvr4-114-e Itotnn. tn-nzilrt
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llltllt I nthtt llrautv. Vout-li. 'l'hirqI Row: ttonultt Sw-epston, .lost-pit Vorie. IW0 p0'nt5 Scored fflr
In nilnt Nllllll l,:1vvrct1ct- tforlvett, tit-rzitit Miller.
State champion, Fred Mc-
Nulty, stopped in a for-
ward one and one-half
Unbeaten medley team,
Bob Sickinger, Boh Van
Heyde and Bill Shannon.
Seniors, Fred McNulty,
Bob Van Heyde, Boh
Thacker and Andy Maci-
oce will be missed next
Fred McNulty demon-
strated the height of his
spring from the diving
board which gave him
S . .ng
Splashing their way to a fifth Consecu-
tive greater liolurnhus crown and secontl
straight District title. the Aquinas tank-
rnen showed their heels to all opposing
swimmers in the city. The one lmlot on
their record was when Arlington outscored
the lrish in the first meet of the year, hut
the Terriers gained their revenge two-fold
1141 N1 tv llly-eight
as they won out in the District Meet,
First meet of the year found the Green
and Cold Corning in second after they
lost to Arlington hy seven and one-halt'
points. Arlington having thirty-nine points,
Aquinas with thirty-two and one-half
points and North having twenty-six and
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During the second meet the Terriers hit
their stride which no one could equal for
the rest of the year. Captain Van Hyde.
diver lfred Mcxulty. hackstrolier Roh
Sickinger and the relay tearn came through
for this meet and were constant winners
for the rest of the year. Aquinas led the
field with eleven and one-half points ahead
of the closest competitor. which was St.
Charles. and University hrought up the
Aquinas forty. Bexley thirty-five was the
score of the next meet. A well rounded
team showed up to good advantage. Boland
a freshman showed good form in all the
meets and ended up with seventeen points
for the season which was plenty for Ll
freshman w ho has three more years.
Next on the list was Grandview to the
tune of thirty-six to thirty. The seniors
and juniors scoring three-fonrths of the
points during the year took most of the
first places in the meet. The Aquinians
ran away from West and Rosary. at the
next contest outscoring Vfiest hy seventeen
points and Rosary hy thirty-five points.
Aquinas gained revenge for the only de-
feat of the year hy heating Arlington hy
four and one-half points in the District
Nleet. l"red McNulty won the diving and
Bob Van Hyde won the hreast stroke. which
he won all season. and the rest of the team
showed strength and plenty of this strength
carrie from hoys who will he returning to
the team next year. Arlington was second
with twenty-five points. University third
with twenty-one and one-half points. St.
Charles with twenty points was tied with
North for fourth place. It was the second
straight District title for Aquinas as they
won it last year. which was the first year
that the District Meet was held.
run! Ron: Mgr. John Mason, Gary Phillips, Robert Sickinger, Mark ttztry. XVilli:tin Shannon, Ibnnrtlrl 'tit
Ntrllen, XVilli:tni Noland, John Schmeitzel. Bm-k Row: Assistant Pouch VVilliam Taylor, Fred Mt-Nutty,
I oh--rt Van ltvyrh-, Rota.-rt 'l'tiar-In-r', John ltoiiglif-1'ty, .Xmti-ew Mai-iove, Harry lirli, Roland liichnvr and
roach lsiltllvl' J. ll. Uronihie, 11,12
State champion Bob Van Heyde has a perfect breast-
stroke start in the second lane.
X hard-working relay team with Mike Boland finish-
ing and Bill Shannon, Roger Hocker and Fred Mc-
lNulty in position.
Bob Sickinger is starting the hundred yard back-
stroke in lane three.
Capt. Yan Hyde was the leading scorer
for the season with thirty-seven and one-
third points. Holm Sickinger was second
with thirty-tive points and Fred McNulty
was right behind Sickinger with thirty-
three points. Shannon and lioland came
next with the rest of the team all scoring
points to help the tankmen to a most suc-
lioh Yan Hyde and Fred McNulty
brought home the laurels for the Green
and Cold at the state meet as Holt was
crowned the State lireast stroke champion
and Fred was crowned the state diving
champion. Yan Hyde nosed out a Student
of Cleveland liast Tech by the fast time of
one minute-seven and three-tenths seconds.
lfredr who is the second Aquinas man to
win the State diving championship in three
years heat his closest challenger hy eleven
points. lfred having one-hundred twenty-
four points and the next man having one
hundred thirteen points. Much credit is
due the Aquinas squad because of their
diligent work and superior team play to
make such a lvrilliant season possihle.
Greater Columbus District Meet
St. Charles 29
St. Charles 20
Cleveland Tec 344
Canton McKinley 24
Akron Buchtel 14
Walnut Hills 12
Shaker Heights 1
This is the most pleasant mo-
ment in the swimming season.
Father t'rombie. roach, is beaming
as he accepts the central district
championship trophy from Mike
Peppe. swimming coach of the
great Ohio State Vniversity team
and manager of the district. Be-
hind Mr. Peppe captain Van Heyde
is no less joyful than captain-elect
Sickingger or assistant coach Hill
Taylor on the other side.
tlnr sxxilnming team tleseryes all the to tnrn in a ln-st perliormanee and lo 1'
lninnr and glory which may be heapetl hours ol' hard training. these Xfpn i
npon il. 'lllie past season started with proxetl the stnll' ol' whit-li they 1 ln.
liantlieaps in freestyle and the second po- Yllltt' team hill miss the lonr seniors is
sitions in all events nl' competition. lliese have made their last splash for My nna
ueak plaees on the team added to keen Vllllt'l'll11lllItlUllSlllllSlNlllt'lllillltht t
enmpetitors lrmn nearly all seliools in Ille and lfretl hlehlllty won lor us
eentral district. made the attainment ol' state competition are a litting .
another eliampionsliip seem nnpossllrle. the loyalty ancl spirit they liau elun to
With the xsill ol' eaeli memlier of the team Aquinas.
Smooth form is consistently exhibited by Bob Sick' Mike Boland put forth a mighty but yarn etTort to
Inger in every race. whether the hundred baekstroke gain points in the fifty yard Irecstyle ol the district
or the second lap ot' the medley team event. meet. Mike is in lane three
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Coach w , "lang Qfj:'f,'WL.l-U ,Q :i
Thomas Boland. Captain. ii
The elements lilaguecl all elliorts for Sxseeuel' got three hits for four. This har-
early preparation of the Creeu and Gold rage gale the Terriers sixteeu ruus. Zack
representatives ou the tliamoutl. llaiu. turuetl iu a liue performauee ou the pitch-
eris mouutl. holding the Tigers ol' lfast to
suou autl lou temperatures houutl the
eager lmasellall squad to iufloor practice our ruus.
uutil the wry opeuiug game with West ou lliteher Dt-tieuzois ellorts against South
April eighth. were uot as rexsarcliug. The three hits
lloth West autl Afpiiuas showed the lack txllittll he alloxxetl the llullclogs seut the
ol. practir-e in the opeuer. The Coulwovs Terriers home short. -l-2.
t-tlgt-tl tht- Terriers. 5-l. l"aus had pleuty The tlelieutliug city ehampious. the
lo lu- t-xvitetl allout iu the lfast game. how- l,iucleu Panthers. stopped the Terrier uiue.
l exer. llolauclis luuuer. triple. cloulnle autl -l-l. Hayes. Liucleu sophomore. shouetl
l siugle iu liour trips to the plate ereateml :1 great hurling autl hitting power. 'liauuiug
st-usatiou. St-hmitlt matle a eirc-uit elout. eight aucl hitting a tlouhle with ixso ou
siugle autl floulwle iu his liour tries. while hase.
llllllf lion: twuzilll lflirieu. Yttllgljllll ltortl, lvoirlltl Swt-wlioy, ltollt-rt lim-li, lliuo lil'2l1'lllUlll. l'u1rit-lc
Ztllil lloln-rl ,St-hmirlt.
txtll. lmuulfl trutluufl, 12'-oi-aw llxtuuxlfortl, Miwliue-l Zavk
ek lion: ,lost-pu ltill-yy .l2lllll'N Iwx'--ry. lfiw-1li'ivl: llytm-utou, Vzxlrivlq 'l'ou1i, ltuuiou IN-Veiixo, 4.
lliouius lwluull, 'l'l1-nuns 'Filsll-5, llrxlph Stuplt-lou, .lauiws XYilli:1u1s uufl ltivlrurtl l.u--uimlt-.
around the mound
to cheer Ray De-
Tom Boland, be-
hind the catcher's
mask, is set for a
will be on time
from Bob Schmidt
to Pat Tonti at
The whole team
is absorbed in the
for future refer-
The game with tfentral's l'irates was .11
piteheris duel hetween Mike Zack for
Aquinas and Dick Malone. Zack allowed
three scattered hits. The four hits whieh
Aquinas eolleeted from Malone added to
hut a single run for the Terriers. hut this
run gave us the l-0 rietorv.
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2 Al South
l I Linden hleliinley
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7 -1- North
at . ll Springfield -
-lt P3 Springfield
A Sunday trip to Springfield put a split
of the Ter-
riers. Gino liraealoni displaved surprising
talent on the mound in the sec-ond gzune.
pitching a two-hitter. The first round w as
completed with a iietorious encounter with
u 13 V i
t t :W
1 . -in 1' ,tfiv
Roland Eichner looks for a
pass opening as the juniors
beat the seniors for the touch
Grunts and groans are
plentiful when .lim Groom
gets a near pin on Dominic
Frank Del Col drops the
volleyball just over the net
for a senior score.
Seniors battle sophomores
on the hardcourt in one of
the final basketball frays. The
seniors came through to win.
Leather-pushers gave the
crowd some tense moments in
lunch hour boxing.
Spring sunshine draws in-
tramural competition outside
to till ttf softball diamonds.
No part of the athletic program at
Aquinas is considered to be more im-
portant than the intramural competition.
Rising from the classes in physical edu-
cation. a wide selection of participation is
oflnered each Aquinian. lfach student is
given opportunity and encouraged to enter
a varied schedule spread over the entire
Under the capable supervision of the
instructor of physical education. Frank
Zadworny, the year long plan has proved
enjoyable and profitable to all partici-
pants. The Iirst and second lunch periods
were filled with spirited contests. Shortly
after the opening of school dozens of touch
football teams were tossing the pigskin
back and forth.
Alter the dust had cleared. the outstand-
ing senior team was pitted against a sup-
posedly inferior junior squad. However.
the juniors ran the seniors ragged and
won the tussle hy a comfortalvle touch-
The lveginning of cold weather had
hardly set in w hen the gym was the mecca
ot' eyery Aquinian as soon as his lunch
was downed. There were many treats in
the hardeourt hattles. Many students would
rather forego the study of the registration
periods to witness the skill of their school-
mates w ith a luaslxetlvall. The lireslimen and
sophomores were a little undcrsize. hut
their spirit ol' tight won them many a
hattle. The finals found seniors and juniors
N icto rs.
The seniors had a hard tight on their
hands to down a plucliy junior team. The
championship was deeided lay a two out
ol' three series. The lirst game ended in
a tie. hut the seniors eame through to win
the next two.
Xo sooner was the haskethall contests
decided than the wrestling program was
under way. Amid grunts and groans the
fans were hard pressed to focus attention
on one or the other of two matches which
were run at the same time. The contestants
who had taken part in the efforts to start
a school wrestling team proyed superior
The volleyhall competition lmrought lior-
ward many who were new to intraniurals.
Finals in wrestling. hoxing and solitlvall
will he held before the end ol' the school
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Coach Father Grady, and Front Row: Francis lluarst-i, David Lisskn, .Xnthonv l.anvizL and Julian Ius.
the merits of a wood.
captain, L60 Korpieski, weigh lluvk lion: 4xll4ll'l'XY Zag, l'au1 lizllicizi, In-o Korpieski ani
Led hy Captain Leo liorpieski the Green
and Gold linksmen started a very promis-
ing season hy trouncing Bexley. fourteen
and a half to one and a half. The Terrier
A team showed line form in the opener.
Veterans liorpieski. Lancia. Zag and Mara
very easily took the majority of the points.
The second match was no easy win.
Saint Charles Carolians stroked 358 times
to I3-149 swings hy the Terrier foursome.
However. the point score looked comfort-
ahle with ten and a half for Aquinas and
tive and a half for Saint Charles. Leo Kor-
pieski was medalist for the day with a neat
79 on the Columhus Country Clulr course.
Grandview was held to a three and a
halt' tally in their match with the Terriers.
The Aquinas foursome was proud of their
captain as he tied Dick Widdoes of North
for the hrst honors of the round with
Un May twenty-fourth. the really hard
match of the season will he held with
North at the York Country Cluh. Aquinas
placed second to North in the league
matches last year. This time the golfers
hope Aquinians will he able to H11 in the
North score on the right side of the record.
The Terrier ll team has done equally
as well as the varsity. Their first match
proved a hlank for llexley. while they
squeezed an eight and a half to seven and
a half victory over Hilliard in the sec-
ond fray. John Blanchard captains the li
squad. with Tony Lancia. Julian Jus and
Dave Lisska filling up the reserve four-
1 lhilip Maia.
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l 1 it Opponents Aquinas Opponents
' i Bexley 11,Q , . ll1,Q West
-X St. Charles 515 , IOIQ South
, L. 1 F- Arlington 0 . , lo East
H Hilliard . Sli Linden Mcliinley
i., V .linll , , i- . CI'i1lltlVi6W:ilQ . 12l,Q North
' 1" Central
A newly formed organization is the
school howling league. lts newness how-
ever has not hindered its popularity. livery
Tuesday at three olclock the 'galley hoys"
llock to the new Broad Olympic Recreation
tlenter for a hearty match with an oppos-
ing team. Senior teams having the ad-
vantage in age and experience. placed top
in the league. hut not without plenty of
opposition from the Junior and Sophomore
teams. Beside the student teams there was
a faculty team composed of Fathers Mc-
Kenna. Smith and 0'Connell which was
near the top of the league listings.
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Although the howling season stretches
over almost the whole school year. the po-
tential stars of Aquinas do not lose their
enthusiasm to stay at the top of the league.
All students show signs of hcing good
howlers and should he valuahle material
for the alumni teams in following years.
The league has quite a following with
rooters always on hand to cheer their fa-
vorites to victory. .Adding this to the lun
and exercise derived from the idea shows
a strike for the howling league in its oli-
jective of hringing Aquinas students closer
I' IHNV: 'l'linn1as Mztnp:'i:t, liit-liartl I,onilunivlo, .lolin Lotnlrardo, .lohu ltusst-ll, t'liarlt-s
Vlleilly. SICFUNII IHNV: ltonulrl NYoofly:lr1l, Ralph ll'E1'1'ico, If':ttlwt's Mt-Kenna, Smith aurl
iell, Thomas Lori-nz. 'FIIIRD ROXV: Carl Falter, Robert Kelly. Hdwartt XVe11g'e1'te1',
s Strapp, Otto Schotlorf, Roln-rt XVanner, .lohn Nt-tary. l"0l'R'I'H ROXV: tlerartl
ttngh, Allie-rt l':lL'hL'lll2lllll, ltonnltl Uonlon, James Iteltlaria, Robert liutlcr, His-hartl
kvllllillll Krause, I.:-o Kraus, l'cter Soueh, Robert Sit-liing.:e1', Leonard Uapiezollo,
Bob Sickinger, Jim Strapp
and Leo Kraus keep their
eyes on the key pin as they
fervently hope for a strike.
Senior Nlasqncratle ..,,
First Skating Party .,,,,
Second Skating Party ,,,, ,
Third Skating Party ,,,,.
Motlicris tilnh Dance ,,
l'i0lll'lll Skating Party ,,
,lnnior-Senior Prom ,,
l'll't'SllIllt'll ldrolic ,,.,i
Senior Picnic ,
Frederick McNulty and Grace Clark
t Vertical Column
Barbara VVies, Philip Minic, Jane
Foeller and Thomas Burke at
Saint Joseph's Cherry Hall.
Margaret Trurn. Thomas Tilsley,
Jane Carroll and John NVatzek
pose nicely for the camera.
Something new for juniors and
sophomores to be dancing at the
Knights of Columbus ballroom.
Second Vertical Column
Smith's Skating Rink draws a
fine crowd of Aquinians.
Gay couples pack the floor of Val-
ley llale at the Cherry Ball.
Junior-Sophomore Hop was an
Third Vertical Column
William Carroll and Albert Muth
pleasantly sit out one round of
skating with friends.
A group of Aquinians pose for a
picture between dances at the
Our own orchestra supplies sweet
music for the pleasure of all.
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The Senim' lllass opened the social sea-
son on Uetnlver fllst hs' staging a Hal-
lmieien masquerade danve: cider and other
l'li1llHXXt'-t'lI rellreslimenls were served at
the allair. xxhieli was held in the gym. ap-
propriately decorated with Corn stalks.
punipkins and other novelties synonymous
It was a gay evening of various cos-
tumes ranging from an elaborate fleorge
wv3SlliIlQlIl!I to just plaid shirts and jeans.
A good time was had hy all.
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Henry Holden and Bill Sickinger and their dates are pictured at. last year's prom
Scene of the dinner last year was the Seneca Hotel.
2 Last year couples danced to the music of Loyd Gates and his band.
llighlighting the school dances. the long ing lace the student then lml his liaxorite
:mailed ,lnnior-Senior llroni was held on girl through the elnlfs portals nllere the
lvluy seventh at the lioltnnlvns Country music ol' llule iililllll'llt'l' and his lvund was
lllnli. The dance nas preceded lvy an din- to he heard.
ner served at the llotel Virginia. which lfor Itlilllli .lnniors it nus their tirst for-
mer one hundred and fifty couples at- Illill and they were ave stricken with the
tended. l'eanty of the grounds. Clllll-llOtlSt' und. ol
After the dinner the Aqniniuns and their course. the girls. lfor the Seniors it was
dates drove the shining fznnily cars out to their lust High School littflllill and they
the clnlv and with a pluytlll qnip turned nvade good use ol' every set-ond. lint Senior
the cur over to one ol' tht- unfortunate UI ,lnnior it nas tht- night to ln-come u
StillllUllltll'PS who cared for the parking lot. t'llt"l'iSllt'tl lltt'IllUt'y ol' our lligh School
Wearing u snnnner liormal and a lweuine days.
Antonio, Edward M., 1520 Duxberry Ave., UN 6989
Barker, Ronald E., 359 E. Tompkins St., JE 5995
Barlafante, Charles D., 8982 Sunbury Rd., FA 5406
Bell, Richard D., 361 Olentangy St., JE 2453
Bellisari, Bernard J., 1069 Lexington Ave., WA 7746
Belt, Lawrence R., 358 E. Weber Rd.
Beltram, Leo J., 1400 Doten Ave., UN 9889
Bendele, James D., 1356 21st Ave., WA 2286
Bender, James R., 1376 S. Champion Ave., GA 3267
Bender, John C., 1376 S. Champion Ave., CA 3267
Bergmann, Daniel J., 37 E. Markison Ave., GA 0425
Blanchard, John E., 489 E. Tulane Rd., LA 3035
Boland, Thomas M., 476 Oakland Park, LA 7483
Borror, Caywood J., 2285 Summit St., JE 2971
Breen, John P., 236 Clinton Heights, JE 1028
Brennan, Francis A., 108 Lakeview Blvd., GA 7269
Brennan, John R., 2026 Jackson Pike, GA 0975
Bricker, Daniel E., 212 Schultz Ave., RA 3831
Brown, James W., 1954 Stratford Way, FA 5153
Brown, William F., 342 Rhoads Ave., FA 8328
Bryant, Ernest E., 975 Highland St., WA 2127
Burke, Thomas C., 297 E. Moler St., CA 5353
Burns, Leo T., 1449 Strider Ave., GA 1406
Butler, Robert J., 1961 Suffolk Rd., KI 4898
Calhoun, William J., 207 E. Oakland, UN 3920
Carollo, Dominic P., 1344 Elmwood Ave., KI 3238
Carroll, William J., 668 S. 22nd St., FA 1595
Casuccio, Angelo J., 711 Henry St., MA 8150
Charie, Eugene R., 1773 Northwest Blvd., KI 4371
Clancy, William F., 31 E. Poplar Ave.
Clark. John D., 1646 Franklin Ave., FA 4209
Clark, Robert L., 78 Price Ave. -
Coffman, Richard H., 203 Clinton St., LA 5725
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Conlon, Donald J., 2235 Oxford Rd., K1 7082
Davis, Eugene W., 329 S. High St., AD 2426
De Cenzo, Ramon L., 1440 Republic Ave., LA 3912
Del Col, Francis G., 490 Bonham Ave., UN 8205
Denbow, Floyd F., 333 N. Grant Ave., MA 93454
Doersam, Joseph E., 841 S. Champion Ave., EV 4519
Dotter, John F., 1760 Oak St., EV 2557
Dowley, James E., 783 E. 5th Ave., UN 6391
Durthaler, Dale H., 1140 Miller Ave., FA 8015
Dye, Thomas O., 2414 Berwick Blvd., DO 3591
Eichenlaub, Albert J., 100 N. Stanwood Rd., DO 1238
Enderle, James E., 1420 Lockbourne Rd., GA 7068
Entingh, Gerard H., 401 S. Front St., AD 4938
Essman, Lawrence J., 2329 Indianola Ave., LA 4374
Essman, Robert A., 1461 Briarwood Ave., LA 81651
Evans, Howard L., 2971 E. 7th Ave., DO 3017
Finneran, Louis E., 195 N. Oakley Ave., RA 8295
Fiorihi, Michael D., 139 E. Warren St.
F itzgerald, Jeremiah P., 310 Brevoort Rd., LA 1666
Frankenberg, Wilfred C., 124 S. Highland Ave., RA 9688
Callick, Donald E., 2936 E. 4th Ave., EV 8239
Gallucci, John C., 88 S. Westgate Ave., JO 1121
Garish, Charles P., 270 Columbian Ave., RA 2822
Gettinger, John R., 843 S. High St., GA 0906
Gibboney, Joseph D., 778 Cassady Ave., EV 7383
Gleich, William H., 178 Acton Rd., LA 6217
Golding, William E., 1097 Neil Ave., WA 1492
Green, Robert J., 342 Hanford St., CA 2484
Griesemer, Eugene E., 1508 Wyandotte Rd., KI 1262
Grogan, Michael F., 1355 E. 22nd Ave., UN 7719
Hopkins, Robert F., 513 E. Tulane Rd., LA 1451
Huefner, Richard L., 1479 Lockbourne Ave.
Johnson, Richard J., 723 Linwood Ave., FA 3568
Julian, Guy B., 846 E. 3rd Ave., WA 3561
King, Daniel N., 259 Chatham Rd., JE 1614
Kinstler, Carl J., 2403 Summit St., LA 5341
Korpieski, Leo J., 2692 Bellwood Ave., EV 8962
Kraus, Leo J., 335 Moler St., CA 1359
Krier, Orchel D., 1621 Carling Ave., RA 9600
Krivda, Thurman J., 595 Van Buren Drive
Kuhn, Joseph T., 460 Cherry Drive, AD 4987
Kurguz, Peter W., 220 Hosack St., GA 9579
Kuskowski, William A., 2830 E. 5th Ave.
Iaemmle, Richard F., 166 Midland Ave., RA 6310
La Ilr' ia, Patil J., 1513 Meadow Rd., K1 5256
Linder, Paul C., 460 S. Huron Ave., RA 6068
Macioce, Andrew J., 125 Barthman Ave.
Mailwerger, Anthony O., 1494 Studer Ave., GA 86472
Manns, Paul E., 722 S. 17th St., GA 3573
Masdea, Bruno J., 163 Powhatan Ave., RA 0639
McCloskey, Richard J., 482 Fallis Rd., LA 3044
McC0vern, Joseph R., 1758 Mecca Rd., JE 4549
lNIcMillen, John P., 415 Brevoort Rd., JE 14251
McNulty, Frederick J., 1097 Lawrence Drive, CA 5720
McQuade, William F., 364 Hubbard Ave., WA 2131
Meier, Bernard H., 970 S. Front St., GA 3966
Merendo, Francis J., 750 E. 2nd Ave., UN 0201
Miller, Joseph F., 1990 Dartmouth Ave., EV 0508
Minic, Philip L., 369 W. Hubbard Ave., UN 7392
Monahan, James J., 394 Hanford St., GA 4883
Murphy, Charles R., 282 N. Oakley Ave., RA 12551
Muth, Albert J., 550 E. Mound St., AD 4269
O'Neil, Charles R., 498 E. North Broadway, LA 6652
O'Reilly, Paul D., 828 E. 5th Ave., UN 8940
0'Rourke, Philip D., 240 Dana Ave., RA 8789
Paullus, Clarence L., 256 E. Cates St.
Pearson, Harry 1., 84 Hamilton Park, AD 2567
Phelan, John R., 3029 N. High St., JE 4318
Priest, Charles P., 1587 Aberdeen Ave., LA 7871
Purpura, Michael J., 1011 S. Champion Ave., EV 1069
n, Thomas P., 1388 Loretta Ave., JE 5149
t, Hugo R., 1177 W. 5th Ave., UN 5477
Rech, Edward J., 558 Stewart Ave., CA 3549
Riley, Joseph E., 667 Berkeley Rd., EV 0913
Riley, Patrick J., 49 Martin Ave., AD 1003
Rodgers, Joseph A., 2548 N. Fourth St., LA 9730
Schmidt, Robert S., 1077 W. 2nd Ave., WA 2809
Schmitz, Charles J.. 1047 E. Main St., EV 3808
Schroeder, John C., 330 Crestview Rd., LA 4685
Siguoracci, Arthur R., 1134 St. Clair Ave.
n, Charles J., 1289 Neil Ave., UN 6252
Souch, Peter J., 775 E. 5th Ave., UN 2201
Spagnol, Dominic D., 1369 Oxford St., WA 5744-
Spall, Richard A., 94 Chittenden Ave., UN 2590
Stein, James L., 622 Berkeley Rd., EV 1773
Tauhe, Reid K., 149 Sherborne Drive, EV 7847
Thacker, Robert M., 1561 Cordell Ave., LA 7979
Thomas, Francis B., 586 S. Eureka Ave., RA 1795
Tilsley, Thomas W., 454 S. Huron Ave., RA 7081
Tinnerman, Paul A., 563 S. Burgess Ave., RA 8264
Tonti, Alfred P., 3336 Wicklow Rd., RA 8307
Toth, Stephen P., 2268 N. High St., WA 2723
Trant, Maurice J., 62 E. Poplar St., MA 1050
Van Heyde, Robert E., 300 Clinton Hts Ave., LA 175
Walter, Donel E., 225 W. 1st Ave., WA 3547
Watzek, John W., 664 Kelton Ave., EV 1805
Whalen, James H., 21 W. Patt erso n Ave., UN 3474-
W00dfllf1., James D., 3090 lndianola Ave., LA 1335
York, Floyd M., 738 Siebert St., CA 2964
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HN. James T. Mc'K0nnu. 0.I'.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Baird
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Barlafante
and Mrs. C. Z. Barker
William H. Belt
Frank S. Bender
Frank Biggert, ,44
C. E. Blanchard
C. B. Borror
L. A. Breen
J. A. Brennan
The Lawless Brothers
Mrs. Clem J. Brown
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Harold A. Brown
and Mrs. Ernest Bryant
and Mrs Frank Butler
and Mrs. J. W. Bucky
and Mrs Thomas Burke, Sr.
and Mrs James A. Burns
and Mrs H. N. Butterman
and Mrs William J. Calhoun, Sr
and Mrs. Dominic P. Carollo, Sr
and Mrs. William Carroll
and Mrs. Angelo Casuccio, Sr.
and Mrs. Boland Coffman
and Mrs John Charie
and Mrs Charles H. Clark
and Mrs James L. Conlon
and Mrs. John J. Cook
and Mrs. David Coudou
and Mrs Henry VV. Coughlin
and Mrs. H. W. McCurdy
and Mrs. H. K. Davis
and Mrs. 1Angelo De Cenzo
and Mrs Fred Del Col
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Denbow
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Devery, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Doersam
Mr. and Mrs. Merion Dotter
Mr. and Mrs. Lee P. Doyle
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dowley
Mr. W. D. Duffy
Mr. and Mrs Henry J. Durthaler
Mr. and Mrs Thomas 0. Dye
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Eichenlaub
Mr. and Mrs Edward Cf. Enderle
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Essman
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Essman
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Evans '
Mr. and Mrs George J. Fahrenbach
Mr. and Mrs J. E. Finneran
Mr. and Mrs L. B. Fitzgerald
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Foliley
Mr. and Mrs Edward Fogo
Mr. and Mrs N. J. Francisco
Mr. and Mrs William B. Freas
Mrs. George Fuchs
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Gallagher
Mrs. John S. Callick
Mr. and Mrs John C. Callucci, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Carish
Mr. and Mrs. Bobert M. Cettinger
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Cibboney
Miss Agnes Cleich
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Green
Mrs. L. B. Griesemer
Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Hannigan
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hausberger
Heaton's Music Store
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Louis J. Hoofstetter
Louis A. Huefner
Mrs. Esther Johnson
and Mrs. B. J. Hoofstetter
Mr. and Mrs. Elino Julian
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil S. Kesserling
Mr. and Mrs. John D. King
and Mrs. Carl J. Kinstler
and Mrs. Rernard Korpieski
and Mrs. Frank J. Kraus
and Mrs. Alex Krier
and Mrs William F. Krivda
and Mrs. Joseph C. Kuhn
John Peter Kurguz
and Mrs. Ralph C. Laemmle
and Mrs. James Lancia
and Mrs. Paul C. Linder
and Mrs. Louis Macioce
and Mrs. Anthony Maiberger
and Mrs. Lawrence D. Manning
and Mrs. Edward Manns
and Mrs. Joseph Masdea
and Mrs. J. R. Mason
and Mrs. C. J. Marzitti
and Mrs. Frank McCloskey
and Mrs. Joseph R. McGovern
and Mrs. James McMillen
and Mrs. Joseph L. McNulty
and Mrs. Edward J. McQuade
and Mrs. Cirard Meier
and Mrs. Marion Melchiorri
and Mrs. James Merendo
and Mrs. Joseph S. Miller
and Mrs. Frank L. Minic
and Mrs. James J. Monahan, Sr.
and Mrs. Frank Morock
and Mrs. Ross J. Murphy
and Mrs. Alhcrt Muth
and Mrs. Angelo Napolitano
and Mrs. Edward C. Neal
L. J. 0'Connor
and Mrs. Charles 0'Neil
and Mrs. Thomas J. 0'Reilly
J. L. O'Rourke
and Mrs. Emerson M. Ort
and Mrs. Clarence Paullus
M. M. Pearson
Virginia M. Phelan
and Mrs. Thomas R. Phillips
Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Powell
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Priest
Mr. and Mrs J. E. Ptacek
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Purpura
Mr. and Mrs Thomas Quinn, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. John Quint. Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rech
John P. Riepenhoff, M.D.
Mr. and Mrs Edward E. Riley
Mr. and Mrs Patrick J. Riley
Mr. and Mrs Joseph A. Rodgers
Mr. and Mrs Maurice Ryan
Mr. and Mrs Paul J. Schmeitzel
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen N. Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs Arthur Schmitz
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schroeder
Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Selegue
Mr. and Mrs W. S. Shannon
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Showe
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Sink
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Signoracci
Mr. and Mrs Peter Souch. Sr.
Mr. and Mrs Anthony Spagnol
Mrs. Alfrieda Spall
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Stein
Mr. and Mrs L. A. Straub
Mr. and Mrs P. C. Suttner
Mrs Stella Sweeney
Mr. and Mrs Martin J. Thacker
Mr. and Mrs Harold C. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs William R. Thomas
Mrs. Loretta Tilsley
Mr. and Mrs Anthony Tinnerman
Mr. and Mrs Alfred E. Tonti
Mr. and Mrs Stephen Toth. Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Van Heyde
Mrs. A. H. Wagner
Mrs Nell Whalen
Mr. Jerry J. Walsh
Mr. and Mrs John X. Walter
Mr. and Mrs. Clem A. Watzek
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Wviss
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Woodruff
Mr. and Mrs Artis D. York
Page Ninety se Len
Best Wishes -
To ' The
Class et '47
The "Nitty '5O" - ers
ANDY AND TONY DILORETO
DANNY AND MIKE FIORINI
20th CENTURY FOODS
American and Italian
630 N. High St. ADams 0884
Pllgf' Nil I
CLAPROOD :S MACKAN
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
soo S. HIGH ST. COLUMBUS, OHIO
GREAT CENTRAL MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
Burglary and H oldup Insurance
2108 DARTMOUTH AVE. FA 4605
ORIGINAL PIONEER LOW COST MONTHLY HOLD-UP
-BURGLARY INSURANCE FOR BUSINESS AND HOME
Page Une Hundred
WM. G. STAI 6. SON
PLUMBING - HEATING
3310 N. HIGH ST. JE 2332
For Gifts at their Best
114 North High
Leading Makes of Watches
Genuine Registered HKEEPSAKEW Diamond Rings
Congratulations and Best W'isl1es
THE HILLTOP BUSINESS
Page One Hui
IAS. A. BURNS
GA 2676 Res. GA 1406
LINDEN FLORIST 6: GREENHOUSE
2140 DENUNE AVE. LA 1331
WHERE BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS ARE
MEMBERS OF TELEGRAPH DELIVERY SERVICE
The Iosephinum Church Furniture Co.
Designers and Builders of
ECCLESIASTICAL ART FURNITURE
351-361 MERRITT ST. COLUMBUS 7, OHIO
Page One Hundred Two
934 CLEVELAND AVENUE
HERBERT BOGGS, Prop.
SELECT QUALITY MEATS-POULTRY-FISH
FAMOUS BRANDS GROCERIES
CHOICE FRUITS-FRESH VEGETABLES
SAN ESE'S RESTAURANTS
895 N. HIGH ST. 335 W. 3RD AVE.
RALPH, '45 AL, '46
Page One Hundrf
BLUE VALLEY BUTTER
GOOD 9' T GOOD
THAT'S WHY MILLIONS USE IT
JOHN L. BURNS '22, Mgr.
A GREATER COLUMBUS
HARDWARE 8: MAINTENANCE COMPANY
1191 PARSONS AVE.
CHURCH GOODS CO., Inc.
182 E. STATE ST.
TERRY'S PEN SHOP
515 SO. HIGH ST. AD 6054
"Glasses That Satisfy"
OHIO STATE OPTICAL CO.
146 E. State St.
H. T. SCHWARTZ R. E. HAGMAN
70 SOUTH FOURTH ST. MAin 5403
GENERAL OFFICE EQUIPMENT CORP.
JACK DORSEY, Pres.
JACK 444 BOB '46
JIM '52 TOM '54
I O c Hundred Six
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
175 E RICH ST AD 7257
COMPLIMEN TS OF
LEO E. RUISINGER INC
I 0 H
CRESCENT DRY CLEANERS
852 E. 5th Ave.
AT REASONABLE PRICES-ANY TIME, ANYWHERE
VIERECK, The Florist
84 SOUTH FOURTH STREET, at State ADarns 1201
1120 N. HIGH ST. COLUMBUS, OHIO
TEL. UN 0112 JAMES CAROLLO, Prop.
ef Hundred Eight
Laundry Sz Dry Cleaning Co.
Cur 42 years in business
is your assurance of sat-
isfaction when you call.
Corner 3rd Ave. and N. 4th St.
American Institute of Laundering a
National Association of Dry Cleaners lbads I
Page lpllt' Hundred Nine
Congratulations to the
GRADUATING CLASS OF ,'47
SANITARY BARBER SHOP
782 E. FIFTH AVE. PETER soUcH, Prop.
DR. 0. J. FILLINGER and DR. GEO. O. FILLINGER
D E N T I S T S
228 Thurman Ave. X-RAYS GA 3007
MY MARY'S INN
808 E. 5th Ave. UN 0457
INSURED AND GUARANTEED
Howard and Fifth Ave.
H. B. STOKES TOM DOWLEY
NEIGHBORHOOD GROCERY 8: CONFECTIONERY
822-824 E. 5th Ave. UN 0120
JOSEPH DE SANTIS, Prop.
GROCERIES - MEATS - CONFECTIONS
I 0 0 Hundred Ten
C 011 Ql'fII'1l1flfi0 115 I0 the C 11155 of Foriy-.vewfz
JAMES F. COADY
I. A. SCHICK 61 SON
GROCERIES - MEATS - VEGETABLES
1431 So. 4th St.
OF A FRIEND
Pagf' One f1lU1dI'Pd lflffrrfn
76 YEARS OF SERVICE
THE MUTH BROS. CO.
MACHINERY MOVING-HEAVY HAULING
550 E. MOUND ST. ADams 4269
C 071 gmtulaziom'
NICK T. SUCLESCY, P1-op.
BEER, WINE, LIQUORS
183 Thurman Ave. GA 0229
ne Hundred Twelve
BOLTS, NUTS. RIVETS
250 E. lst Ave. UNiversity 7454
Page One Ilundred T
GENERAL CCNSTRUCTION CO
SEWERS - PAVING - EXCAVATIONS
16 E B d St C 1 b Oh
SUITS CUSTOM TAILORED
For Ladies and Gentlemen
22 24 26 S F t St MA 4063
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
7 N. High St. AD 7447
DISTINCTIVE SINCE 1904
LOW PRICES-BUDGET PLAN
1160 W. Broad st. Columbus, ohio FURNITURE CO'
236 s. HIGH at RICH MA 1991
l'lIgf" fplll' flllIIdfl'd Fiflvvu
IOHN QUINT 6. SONS3
Funeral Service - Ambulance
1177 W. 5th Ave. UN 1233 -- UN 5477
JOHN QUINT, Sr. JOHN QUINT, Jr.
R. J. QUINT L. J. QUINT H. R. QUINT
Our Funeral Home Complete In Every Respect-Available To All
MA 3395 AD 9852 MA 3396
THE WESTWATER SUPPLY CO.
KOHLER PLUMBING FIXTURES
ENGINEERS' AND PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES
150 AND 152 NORTH THIRD STREET
THE MCNALLY LUMBER CO.
2034 LEONARD AVE. FAirfax 2158
Page One Hundred Sixteen
Congratulations cmd Best Wishes
CLASS QF 1947
1484 Oak St. at Miller Ave.
FRESH PRODUCE, QUALITY MEATS, FINE PASTRIES
FRESH DRESSED POULTRY
I OHN N. SCHILLIN G
' ROOFING - HEATING
SHEET METAL WORK
479 N. 20th St. FA 4915
STEAKS - CHOPS - SPAGHETTI
218 N. High sr.
BEERS - WINES - LIQUORS
NICK FRANCISCO, Proprietor
Pugv Um' Hundrvd lfighlfwrz
CLASS OF 1947
W. C. STONE
CORSAGES AND FLOWERS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Call MAin 5652 52 N. Third, Virginia Hotel Bldg.
ARLINGTON MOTORS INC.
FORD MOTOR PRODUCTS
Z4 HOUR SERVICE - BODY REBUILDING
SAM WILLIAMS, Manager
1710-24 W. FIFTH AVE. KI 1101
FRANKLIN PLATING 81 PDLISHING 00., Inc.
PLATING OF ALL KINDS
Hard Chromium a Specialty Q
630 S. SIXTH ST. AD 3842
2116 ARLINGTON AVE. KI 4937
1562 W. FIRST AVE. KI 1171
CLYDE POOL TOM TARPY '30
F AVRET F URNACE CO.
Williamson Coal - Bryant Gas - Winkler Stoker
55 E. GOODALE ST. AD 5211
SWAN ODORLESS CLEANERS
AT FIVE CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
TOWN AND THIRD
THIRD AND LONG TWICNTIETH AND MT. VERNON
HAGUE AND BROAD OAKWOOD AND LIVINGSTON
Page One Hundred Twenty
1275 GRANDVIEW AVE. KI 3630
RADIO AND PHONOGRAPH SERVICE
Phone EV 5118 776 South Ohio Avenue
347 BARTHMAN AVE.
GA 0135 - 0252
1392 NO. HIGH STREET
LEE SHERIDAN CO.
HEATING AND PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
COLUMBUS, OHIO FA 8318
GRANDVIEW HARDWARE CO.
1285 GRANDVIEW AVENUE
W. H. WHISSEN C. N. ALLER
Page Une Hundred Tuff' ly
China, Glassware, Silverware and Specialties
l-IGTELS, RESTAURANTS, CLUBS,
HINTERSCHIED HGTEL SUPPLY CO.
DIAMONDS and MOUNTINGS
82 S H gh St R 201
C mpliments of
5 54 SOUTH THIRD ST
Egan-Ryan Undertaking Co.
403 EAST BROAD STREET
CHAPELS - SHOW ROOM
M. J. RYAN
MA 6665 FA 9326 MA 6666
MEN'S AND LADIES' FINE TAILORED
SUITS AND TOPCOATS
Cleaning - Pressing - Alterations -- Reweaving
169 E. State St. Joe Finneran '16
THE STORE OF QUALITY
424 W. GOODALE ST. AD 0572
Page Om' Hundrffd Tzrffnly-I
THE PEERLESS SAW CO.
571 s. Third st. B. A. HODAPP, Pres.
PAINTS and HOUSEWARES
1894 Parsons Ave. GA 2708 Columbus, Ohio
Phone UNiversity 2 1 1 8
I. W. WATSON 6. COMPANY
FORD MOTOR CARS
J. W. WATSON
High at Sixth Avenue Columbus 1, Ohio
Sales anvil S07'L'i0e
GUARANTEED APPLIANCE REPAIRING
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
R. "MAC" MCCLEERY
1520 W. First Ave. Phone KI 3506
PREMIER FLORAL CO.
WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS ANYWHERE
1853 Parsons Avenue GArf1e1d 2748
Page One Hundred Twenty-four
BEST OF LUCK
THE ROBINSON STUDIO
RALPH ROBINSON ALEXANDER FOGEL
2665 E. Fifth Ave. STANLEY LISSKA, Prop.
LORENZ EQUIPMENT CO.
547 W. RICH ST. COLUMBUS, OHIO
Page One Hundred Twenty-six
TOM I OHNSON
SEA FOOD GRILL BARNES PHARMACY
FISH MARKET PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS
1V1AiI'1 1094 784 E. 5TH AVE.
Frederick '43 Raymond '42
The Sports Center of Columbus
ARROW SHIRTS - DISNEY TIES
MADE TO MEASURE CLOTHES - SPORTING GOODS
R. C. BATES FREEMAN SHOES
BEN RATNER CO.
163 N. High Street Next to the Clock
TRENOR MOTOR SALES
3241 NORTH HIGH STREET
DODGE - PLYMOUTH
CARS - TRUCKS
SERVICE ALL MAKES
Page One Hundred Twenty-seven
CRANE SERVICE - EXCAVATING
PHILIP CAITO JOSEPH A. CAITO
WHOLESALE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
108 E. Town St. AD 3206
COLUMBUS AUTO SPRING CO.
SALES - SERVICE
Springs Retempered and Rearched-Broken Parts Quickly Replaced
553 WEST RICH ST., MA 2502 COLUMBUS, OHIO
Page One Hundred Twenty-eiglzt
Congratulations and Best Wishes
to the Senior Class of 1947
mall X ' 2 . Q, K
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iFLoWER CART S11 fl
V 'V I . " U
555 East Broad Street
COLUMBUS 15, OHIO
Flowers For All Occasions
JACK CANNON, Manager, '25
375 E. TOWN STREET
JERRY O'SHAUGHNESSY '2
4 BOB O'SHAUGHNESSY '36
Page One Hundred Tuwlty-nine
4 9 - elm '
ancf gal' ZUi4fzeA,
A. C. SCHODORF 5. SON
Manufacturers and Designers of
Commercial Truck Bodies
General Repair Work
Sales and Service for
Garwood Truck Equipment
211 l Cleveland Avenue
FINE FOODS AND LIQUORS
T. A. GROOM
COOKED AND SMOKED MEATS
CENTRAL MARKET STALLS 58-60
Page One' f1llIlfllft'd Thirty-on
Books Edited by Father E. C. McEniry
Saint Thomas Aquinas Meditations for Every Day 53.00
God Cares For You 3.00
Saint Thomas Explains Our Lady's Feast 1.00
The Sinner's Guide 3.00
Complete stock of Educational Books, Dictionaries, Translations
Outlines, etc., New and Used, at a saving.
WE BUY BOOKS
LONG'S CDLLEGE BOOK CO.
N. High Street at 15th Ave., University Entrance
17 s. FOURTH sT.
ST. IOSEPH ACADEMY
331 E. RICH ST.
SISTERS OF NOTRE DAME
Page One Hundred Thirty-two
QUALITY MERCHANDISE-FAIR PRICES
COLUMBUS 1, OHIO
10C TO 51.00 STORE GROCERY STORE
205-207 E. FIFTH AVE. 893 N. FOURTH ST.
Phone UN 5493 Phone LA 0725
Pg0 HddTl yh
LETS GO AQUINAS BOOSTERS
7an,Z'i Eu! nc
2364-70 W. BROAD ST.
HOMES - APARTMENTS
Pugv One Hllrlldffd Tlzirly-four
B. 6. A. PAINT CO.
A 51 E. LONG ST.
JERRY J. ANGLIM '39
JACK ANGLIM '42
GRANDVIEW LUMBER CO.
JOSEPH C. MCNALLY 'OT
228 COLLINS AVE. AD 0180
MEATS CBeer and Wine to Carry Outh GROCERIES
A. CASUCCIO, Prop.
BERRY'S SPORTING GOODS
STATE and FOURTH STS.
COLUMBUS, OHIO MA 2547
Page One Hundrvd Thirty
ST. MARY OF THE SPRINGS ACADEMY
RESIDENT AND DAY SCHOOL Fon GIRLS
Pre-school, Elementary, and Secondary Departments
Accredited by the North Central Association of
Colleges and Secondary Schools
ADDRESS THE DIRECTRESS
FOELLER'S DRUG STORES
"Everything for the Kodakn
567 North High St. 868 East Main St.
UN 0206 MA 61401 FA 0184
BOB '32 CHUCK '39
GEORGE '36 JOE '41
RAY, a4 49-er
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A wA'rc:-:Es One Hundred Thirty-six
Compliments of 1-D
Page One Hundred Thirty suen
H E E R Combines
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P R I N TIN G
RULING - MAILING
364-386 Soufh Fourfh S'I'ree+ Columbus I5 Ohio
Page One H zmdrvd Tlzirty-eight
RAINBOW FLOWER SHOP
FRESH CUT FLOWERS
9 E. TOWN ST. OPEN EVENINGS MA 4616
I. I. SIMONS FUNERAL HOME
SMITH 5: LEE
SPALDING ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT
120 EAST BROAD STREET
FORMAL COATS and TUXEDO TROUSERS
FOR RENT OR SALE
35 NORTH THIRD STREET
COLUMBUS 15, OHIO
K I R W I N ' S
"Where East Meets West To Enjoy The Best"
2449 W. Broad sr. ' RA 0139
DINE WITH MUSIC IN PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS -
WHERE THERE IS NEITHER COVER NOR MINIMUM CHARGE
We Feature-Kirwinized Beefbwrgers-Deliciously Different
Kirwimlzed Steaks - You Can Taste The Difference
Page One Hundred Thirty-nine
Sincere Best Wishes
SMITH'S ROLLER RINK
SMITH'S GARDEN BALLROOM
N. Fourth St. and Northwood Ave.
IVAN L GRE N g
...by . ..
Rev. A. R. Thomas, O. P.
The Robinson Studio of Photography
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