Father Ryan High School - Panther Yearbook (Nashville, TN)
- Class of 1953
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Y i vi v-9 -'WJ ff f I' I M ra , ,I I YQ. , , , fri M Z h It I ' ,i 'J 'J J - v-uaaWsdaai1f...2L,...W,,M-,M , FATHER ABRAM JOSEPH RYAN, The Poet-Priest of the Confederacy, In whose honor our school was named THE 1953 A THER PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS FATHER RYAN HIGH SCHOOL, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 2 V 4-W, H 1, ,, A W ffl , f V f fx. 'ff .L ' f I ,gf ,,,, , f , V J l .Lf ,f wh W hr X , f A, ' ff' -V V A uk . 5 . Q If x Sag ' , 111 f j ' hw U G I f 4' M wx 7 A, , ,, , AAAQQ Lil XQ ! f Wf, M ,W AMW? Z WW MW f if Aniff I 1 1 -,. 'fm 4 W' MMS., x Y Z a I , X FUREWURD A yearbook tries to be a mirror of an entire school year. In our 1955 edition of THE PANTHER we try to do just that. Take a day, any day, in the life of an average Father Ryan High School student from the time he arises until he retires. In the course of that day you will find him attending classes, enjoying recreation, studying, praying, working . . . . we could go on and on, but that is what we have tried to do in this yearbook . . . present a typical day in the life of a typical student. 1 K gc, Dc, Q .x C, Qc 2 u GSW' 4- -1...-,W , , STAFF CHARLES WILLIAM SCHEFFER, JR. ROBERT WILLIAM SEIGENTHALER, L L JAMES PHILLIP SULLINS, O L to L S S CLEMENS R. AITA,JR.ttt FATHER JAMES R. HITCHCOCK, L L FATHER JOSEPH W. JULIUS SLLL L L Editor S Associate Editor Associate Editor L L I Photo graphy L Moderator L Photography CONTENTS Foreword , L I L L Administration L Sponsors LL,L Dedication , , MORNING Faculty I , Seniors S Underclassmen AFTERNOON Athletics S, Activities Y I NIGHT L, L, I , Acknowledgments Index ,,,t , O , , , I , Advertisements L Page 4 ,Page 6 , Page 8 SPage 9 Page 10 Page 14 I Page 17 Page 27 Page 36 Page 42 Page 48 Page 52 Page 65 Page 67 Page 70 5 fft' 'lg WT' 5 ,gi .,f 'NFL . . .'5:-f..- fx, .- THE MosT REVEREND Bishop of Nashville f .ww LE, MARYMOUNT on the Cumherlzzncl A M A I, N5 L1. N , F. 7' I ' Porter Road I I 3 , Nashville, Tennessee .-Q.. I, '- H, . 1' vw .- . .- -,' v' 5,1 N ......' .',1',If..'l!. Afj April 2, 1953 To THE FATHER RYAN GRADUATES OF 1953: Heartiest congratulations and best wishes! With your graduation from high school you are also graduating from boyhood. Next year you will be classified as college men or working men. While we are a bit anxious for you, because of the trials and dangers that will beset your path, we are more elated and confident in the thought that you have been well-grounded at Father Ryan High School in the principles and virtues of Christian manhood. It is our prayerful hope that the coming years will demonstrate this. I know of nothing better that I could Wish for you, than that you be always so imbued with the spirit of Christ, that you will spread His fragrance wherever you gog that your hearts will be so filled with the love of Christ, that souls will be drawn to Him by the catching force, the sympathetic influence of what you do. I wish you God's guidance and blessings, 'V WILLIAM LAWRENCE ADRIAN, D. D., Bishop of Nashville 6 WILLIAM LAWRENCE ADRIAN, D D During the life of THE PANTHER it has been dedicated to many worthy individuals and groups. These dedications were an attempt on our part to give recognition for valuable service rendered to Father Ryan High School. The reason for this year's dedication is exactly the same. We hope, in some small way, to show appreciation for the many years of loyalty and devotion to a cause so generously given by Leo Long. In his quiet, eflicient way Mr. Long has done more for the Catholic boys of Nash- ville than the general public will ever know. We, at Father Ryan, want to make public expression of our gratitude and appreciation for his invaluable contribution to the good which this school has been able to accomplish through the years. 7 FATHER FRANCIS R. SHEA, B.A., M.A., Princzyml SPUNSDRS FUR '53 JUDY BATEY St. Bermzrcl Acacfemy PATSY BATSON St. Cecilia Acfzclemy PEGGY CAMPBELL Crztbedral High School IJEDICATIUN ,,V, ', , w ,fff 2 f ff ,M We, the Senior Class of 1955, dedicate this issue of THE PANTHER to Mr. Leo j. Long. Mr. Long has served in our school as both teacher and athletic coach almost since the school was founded. In all those years he has ever given that good example that is associated with a Christian gentleman. And so, in grateful acknowledgment of his con- tribution to Father Ryan High School and its spirit, we dedicate this yearbook to him. 9 Each school morning some two hundred and eighty-four alarm clocks ring all over the city and county, and the students of Father Ryan High School begin another day. We might say that their progress to this central Catholic high school for boys is about as varied as the history of travel. They come by various means ..... on foot, by bus, car, bicycle, motor scooter, even via the thumb . . . . . from every section of Nashville and Davidson County. But, no matter how they come, the majority of them manage to arrive here before the bell signals the beginning of the first period. Some come early to offer Mass in the school chapel. The eight-thirty bell sounds the beginning of another day with prayers and roll call. After two class periods, a ten minute break is enjoyed by all to collect books, thoughts, and a few puffs on a cigarette. Two more class periods complete the morning and with the sounding of the recess bell at twelve-fifteen, faculty and students adjourn for the cafeteria. MORNING 11 :MII .Qtr X '- .2'- 6 'V ff: 5, .N ns, If if tm wail? ff My I W,,,,73Q,W , M gf' 1 1 , 'A'-I-?'x.7SQ1f .Y -f . Jig' f 'W ' 34,512 '5 J ' :f , ' , Ti' L N ' V -wiv 41 A Q' A , ..-f wwe? f ' 1, Sv I I -G e . r x P4 , 3' 'YK' Mi- fs , 'L 'Y' f ' ,, , ' 1 41' ' ' ' ' M, a - , 6 j 7','1gf,if f'Q, f 952, W 1 ' NW. ' 'V ...1 V, if , 1y7.,f'y' . W' M55 ,H ' I 3 53:1 ' ig V 1, , 'L , 'i' J 'M ' S , ,ff ,, ' 5 , QQ 74 , 3 L A wg. , A , ' fm 1 ,J 3, , Q, ,V f.f1v?f1QL,4,g' F-fa V f X FN K 3 ' -NN ,, SR SN 1 fi if far fig fa' nv 7 :hz 1 ,, 43, 1 1 1 Wa 9 1 if qi w 1 M 'i -. Registration in the gym. Who can forget that first mormng of the school year? The intense heat, the long llnes 1n the gym, the crowd stormlng the office counter, the oven- 11ke bookstore all form a part of the openmg of another school year. Father Hitchcock doles out books to Carey Frazier, Billyllmirzstead and uni.4e11!Q5ed moppet in baci- ground. 15 FACULTY FATHER ALLEN j. CUNNINGHAM English, Religion I. FATHER FATHER FATHER WILLIAM S. BEVINGTON WILLIAM E. MORGAN KEVIN ROE, O. F. M. Iiniin, Spanish, General linnlish, Religion IV, World History, Business SCICFICC, Riflljllilli Il. Arithmetic, Ifi FATHER FATHER FATHER JAMES D. NIEDERGESES FRANCIS W. EISEMAN JAMES R. HITCHCOCK FATHER LEO Latin, Mechanical Drawing, Ancient I-Iistory, U. S. His- English, Latin, Religion III. Soceqlfjfgy' Religion I. tory, Religion I. 'WLS' Z, . WE I . I 1 ATHER JOSEPH W. JULIUS Chemistry, Physics, Biol ogy, Algebra, Religion III SISTER MARY JOI-IN, R.S.M. Algebra, Geometry, Trigo- nometry. SISTER MARY NOLASCO, R.S.M. Library Science, Head Li brarian. FACULTY MR. LEO J. LONG MRS. ALICE GENTRY C' SIENERI Geography, Typing, Basket- RCgiSffaf- Economics Religion IV. ball. MR. HOWARD A. ALLEN P r a c tic al Mathematics, Physical Education, Foot- ball. . fi l k Ani Q A , 2 'pf N... Wi? if x. if 'Pl ..,.,,. 6 si '4 16 CLASS 'S nrflcfns nv Q? Above are our class leaders for the year. Left to Right, First row: Frosh Officers, JOE JARVIS, treasurer,'JoE ARCHIE, secretury,'JoI-IN OMOHUNDRO, presidentf and BILL WEIDNER, rice president. Second row: Soph officers, JOHN CONNOR, secretary, PAT RIORDAN, treas- urer, DON WOLFE, vice president, and BILL BOYD, president. Third row: PAT HOSEY, senior secretaryf MATT GORHAM, junior secretary, MIKE CONN, junior presidentf MR. HOWARD ALLEN, junior nzoderutorf and RICHARD BURNS, junior vice president. Fourth row: FATHER JAMES D. NIEDERGESES, senior moderutorg JIM SULLINS, senior presidentf AL DAVIS, senior rice president, RONNIE WEST, senior treasurer, and FATHER WILLIAM BEVINGTON, sophomore moderator. RICHARD THOMAS BALLINGER C-SM-C. '50, '51, '52, '53. Cheer- leader '53. Cathedral Parish LOUIS JOSEPH BALTZ, Jr. C.S.M.C. '50, '5l, '52, '53. St. Lawrence Parish FRANK OLIVER BATES C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Intra- murals '51, '52, '55, Football B Team '49, Varsity '50, '51, '52 Clinic Bowl '52, Florida Bowl '52- r St. Ann's Parish SENIURS JAMES LEO BURNS, Jr. C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53. Band '50, '51, Intramurals '50, '51, '52 '53. Football B Team '51. Base-' ball'5l. Bowling'52,'55. St. Ann's Parish 1 X J ,,,.,-- -in---M MICHAEL MCDONALD CLUNAN, JR. C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Key Club '51, '52, '53, Intramurals '50, '51, '52, '53, Football B Team '49, Varsity Manager '51, '52, Clinic Bowl '52, Florida Bowl '52, Basket- ball Freshman Team '50, B Team 51, Varsity '52, Panther ,Staff '53. ' Cathedral Parish WILLIAM EDWARD COEN C.S.M.C. '53. Transfer Student from Saint Anthony High, Washington, D. C. Holy Name Parish JOHN PATRICK CONNOR C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, English Medal '52, Solid Geometry '52, STOA '53, Debate Club '52, Glee Club '50, '51, AIOINA Staff '53, Gentleman Be Seated '51, Intra- murals '50, '51, '52, '55, Salutatorian. Holy Name Parish JAMES ALOYSIUS CURLEY, JR. C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Football B Team '49, '50, '51, Varsity Manager '52, Clinic Bowl '52, Florida Bowl '52, Basketball B' Team '51, Freshman Team '50. Cathedral Parish 17 '51 SENIURS ALPHONSE HENRY DAVIS RIDLEY CRAIG DAVIS, jR. THOMAS AMON DEEP LEON POWELL DODD C.S,M.C. '50, '51, '52, '55, President C.S.M.C. '51, '52, '53, Intramurals C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Intra- C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '55, Band Olf clzI's!2'5fg,5'5I1, Vice qrcsgdoentsof -51x '52, -53. mm-H15 '50, '51, '52. '50, 'Sl' '52, S31-gem '51, Solo, C fm - ' - 'f m f-1 ' - ' 'I E bl '50 Mirfhin 'so '51 '52, '55, B' It tb ll Is T - - ' , p - 'Mn en ,y ', g ' - ,SOI ,SL ,,A,,f21fe:Fn3,52. ,Si Tegan Christ the King Parish Holy Name arish Football B Team 50. '51 '52 Key Club '55 Spanish f'lu'b '55, '55, sm. Ofkey Club Cathedrnlhrish '55, Moina Stall' '51, Altar Bny's Society '50, '51, '52, '53, President of Altar l3Oy's '55, Senior Superla- tiyc Most Popular. Cathedral Parish K. , 3 51 2 A 'U 15- Q, H51- DONALD JOSEPH FORTE DONALD PATRICK FREY c:.s.Is1.c:. '50, '51, '52, '55, lnrra- c,s.M.c. '50, '51, '52, '55, spanish 111111115 '50, '51, '52, '55 52. Basketball B Team '50, '51, Varsity '51, Intramurals '50, '51, St, Ann's Parish. .SL .ssl St. Patrick's Parish 18 HUBER EDWARD GREER C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, lntra- murals '50, '51, '52, '53, Football B Team '51, Basketball Fresh- man Team '50. St. Edward's Parish JOSEPH MICHAEL GRIEEITII C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Spanish Club '52, Intramurals '50, '51, '52. '53, Football B Team '49, '50, Captain B Team '50, Varsity '51, '52, Clinic Bowl '52, Basketball Varsity '50, '51, '52, '53, Captain '53, Baseball '51, '52, '53. Christ the King Parish PHILLIP ERNEST HOLMES C-3-M-C '50, '51, '52, '53, Spanish Club '52, PANTHER Staff '53, Football B Teafn '49, Varsity '50, '51, '52, Clinic Bowl '52, Florida Bowl '52, Basketball B Team '50, '51, Varsity '52, '53, Intramurals '50, '51, '52, '53. Christ the King Parish. PATRICK JOSEPH HOSEY C,S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Class Oflicer Secretary '53, Debating Club '52, Spanish Club '52, MONIA Staff '52, PANTHER Staff '53, Band '50, '51, '52, Sargent Concert Medal '51, Marshing Medal '52, Football B Team '49, Varsity '51, Tennis '51, '52, '55, Bowling '52, '53, Intramurals '50, '51, '52, '55, Cheer. leader '53. St. Stephen's Parish LOUIS JAMES LAWRENCE C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Class Officer Vice-President '50, Spanish Club '52, MONIA Staff '53, Football Varsity '49, '50, '51, '52, CO-Captain '51, '52, Clinif Bowl '52, Florida Bowl '52, Basketball B Team '50, Intramurals '50, '51, '52, '53. Christ the King Parish ,ff X CHARLES EDWARD MCCABE C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Band '50, Football B Team '50, '51, Varsity '52, Clinic Bowl '52, Florida Bowl '52, Intramurals '50, '51, '52, '53. Christ the King Parish WILLIAM LAMAR HOWINGTON C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Spanish Club '52, Bowling '53, Intramurals '50, '51, '52, '55. Christ the King Parish SENIURS ROBERT LYHAN LAPPIN C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '55, OHICCF Secretary, Band '50, '51, '52, March- ing Medal '50, Cheerleader '53. Cathedral Parish I 1 JOHN PAUL MCGRATH, JR. C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Class Treasurer '50, Spanish Club '52, Football Varsity '52, B Team '49, '50, Clinic Bowl '52, Florida Bowl '52, Baseball '51, Intramurals 'so,'51,'s2,'53. Christ the King Parish NICHOLAS HENRY MAMMARELLI, JR. CS.M.C. 'so, '51, '52, '55, Key Club '51, '52, '53, Band '50, '51, '52, Marching Medal '50, '51, Football B Team '52, Bowling '51. Holy Name Parish 19 SENIURS JOHN AMERICO MARCI-IETTI C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Band '50, '51, '52,'50, '51, '52, Scrgant '52, Marching Medal '50, '51, Bowl- ing '50, Cathuclral Parish JAMES MARSHALL MILLER C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Intra- murals '50, '51, '52, '53, Football Varsity '50, '51, '52, '53, Basketball B Team '50, Varsity '51, '52, Baseball '50, '51, '52, '53. DAN EDWARD MISCAL C.S.M.C. '53, Intramurals '53, TFRHS- fer Student from TI-ion High School, Trion, Ga. EDGAR JAMES MOORE, JR. C,.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, lntrfl- muralS'50,'51,'5Z,'53. 4 St. Edwards Parish +P' ups. WILLIAM MURPHY MORRIS C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Intra- murals '50, '51, '52, '53, Football Varsity '49, '50, '51, '52, Clinic Bowl '52, Florida Bowl '52. St. Edward'S Parish 20 'JS ' 'Mr' JAMES FRANCIS NEIDERT C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, lntril- murals '50, '51, '52, '53, Bowling '50, '51, '52. St. Ann'S Parrish vm-Q K TI-IEODORE RANDALL SANDERS C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Key Club '53,SpaniSh Club '52,PANTHER Staff '53, Band '51, Football B Team '49, '50, '51, Varsity '52, Clinic Bowl '52, Florida Bowl '52, Intramurals '50, '51, '52, '53. Christ the King Parish 21 P I EDWARD BENJAMIN SATTERFIELD C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Key Club '51, '52, '53, Intramurals 50, '51, '52, '53, Baseball '53. Holy Name Parish CHARLES WILLIAM SCHEFFER, JR. C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '55, Spanish ClI1b '52, PANTHER Staff, Editor '53, Basketball Freshman Team '50, Golf '50, '51, '52, '53, Tennis '51, Intramurals '50, '51, ,'52, '53, Senior Superlative, Most Likely to Succeed , Altar Boy Society '50, '51, '52, '55. Cathedral Parish WILLIAM ROBERT SEIGENTHALER C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Class '51, MONIA Staff '53, Football ' Team '51, Intramurals '50, '51, '52, '5 3, Co-Editor of PANTHER Staff ' 5 3 Cathedral Parish Vice-President '51, Key Club '52, '53, President '55, Glee Club '50, .BH PATRICK ROWAN SINGER C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Intra- murals '50, '51, '52, Football Varsity '50,'51. Assumption Parish 2 JAMES PHILIP SULLINS C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '55, Intra- murals '50, '51, '52, '53, Co-editor of Panther Sports editor '53, Del- egate to Volunteer Boy's State '53, Member of Student Council '51, Glee Club '50, Stoa Club '51, '52, '53, Key Club '51, '52, '53, Vice Pres. Key Club '55, Delegflfe I0 KEY Club Convention '53, Spanish Club '53, Pres. of Spanish Club '53, Sec. of Class '50, Pres, of Class '52, '53, Latin medal '50, Algebra medal '50, History medal '50, Latin II medal '51, Plane geometry medal '51, Religion medal '51, English medal '51, Algebra ll medal '52, Spanish medal '52, Religion medal '52, Basketball H Team '51, A Team '52, '55, B Foofball '50, A Football '51, Valedictorian. Cathedral Parish HERMAN LUCIAN THONI STEPHEN EDWARD WARNER c.s.M.c.'s1,'sz,'s3. c.s.M.c. '50, '51, '52, '53, Band Cathedral Parish '50, '51, '52. Holy Name Parish SENIURS MARTIN JOSEPH SISK, JR. C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Intra- murals '50, '51, '52, '53, Football B Team '49, '50, Varsity '51, Basketball B Team '51, Freshman Team '50, Baseball '52. Cathedral Parish RONALD RICHARD WEST C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Class Officer Treasurer '53, Intramurals '50, '51, '52, '55, Football B Team '50, Vursitv '52, '55, Clinic Bowl '52, Florida Bowl '52, Christ the King Parish 21 SENIDRS COLEMAN PATRICK BURNS C.S.M.C., '50, '51, '52, '55, .HONIA Staff '53, PANTHER Staff '53, In- tramurals '50, '51, '52, '55 Cathedral Parish WILLIAM JOSEPH GRAY C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Class Oliicer Secretary '51, '52, Key Club '52, '53, Intramurals '52, '53, Foot- ball B Team '50, Varsity '50, '51, '52, Clinic Bowl '52, Florida Bowl 52. EUGENE EMERSON JONES C.S.M.C. '50 '51 '52 '53 lntru murals '50, '51, isz, '55, IIIONIAI' SrafT'55, PANTHER SmE'53, Basket- ball B Team '52, Freshman Team '50, Football B Team '51, St. Edwards Par ish 1'4- -usa: fir tr' R 4 CHRIS STEPHEN WIDICK C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Intra- murals '50, '51, '52, '53, Football B Team '49, Varsity '51, '52, Clinic Bowl '52, Florida Bowl '52 Basketball Freshman Team '50, Holy Name Parish 22 HENRY MERLIN WINECOEE PATRICK WILLIAM YOKOM C.S.M.C. '50, '51, '52, '53, Band C.S.lVl.C. '55, Intramurals '53, Trans. '50, '51, Marching Medal, Solo fer from Gadsden High, Gadsden, Intramurals '51, '52. Ala, St. Ann's Parish It Says Here ...... Cary Frazier reads the directions as Richard Burns holds tube and hopes for the worse and Father Julius worries. It's All Very Simple You just. . . Sister Mary john explains the intrica cies of x and y intercepts to Don Wolfe 25 cw Wwe SENIUR SUPERLATIVES R 6 F L SN 'X X x . ' S . , , , W , . . L, A se: 'f 4 X ' fi -1-Q-5' W.-air., T. 9 . ' Tl - Yi :mm Shown above are the superlatives for the class of '53. Left to right: Frank Bates, Best All Around, joe Griffith, Most Atlaleticf Louie Lawrence, Most Handsomeg Nick Mam- marelli, Best Dressed' A1 Davis, Most Populary Pat Hosey, Best Sclaool Spirit' and Bill Scheffer, Most Likely to Succeed. Not present for the picture were Ted Sanders, Wittiest and Edgar Moore, Most Studious. STANDUUTS TUP MARKS The brains of the class of '53. james Sullins, wzledictorian, and Patrick Connor salutatorian. My Mind To Me A Kingdom Is. .. Morning finds us busy with many things. We study languages, math, natural and social sciences, business subjects. We have our good and bad classes, our interesting and dull subjects. You might say we study the same subjects that are taught in any other American high school-with one important exception, religion class forms the heart and center of our course of studies, it permeates our whole curriculum. Father Niedergeses drills on Latin verb forms. Father Morgan goes over the fine points of diagram- ming sentences with two eager moppets. 26 1 T I Q IUNIDRS tif 1, WILLIAM GUTHRIEQ 2, FRANCIS LONG, 3,JOE BUSH MILLER, 4,JAMES LANGDONQ 5,WILLIAMWIDICK, 6, WILLIAM'xVARNERg 7, RAYMOND HIRSCHQ 8, JAMES CUN- NINGHAMQ 9, ADAM POLLOCKQ 10, JOSEPH MCEWENQ 11, JEROME KAISERQ 12, SAMUEL COOK, 13, GALE JONES, 14, GENE CROOIQ 15, JOHN FYKEQ 16, EDWARD DONOVAN, 17, EUGENE MULLOYQ 18, JACQUES DEGRAAUW: 19, RICHARD JAMESONg 20, CHARLES WALSH, 21, AUSTIN LUCKETTQ 22, MANSON ROWANQ 23, PHILIP LEBKIJECHER. 27 4 IUNIUR S ..-ff' 0 O . L'Qy S, l rf J X4 Q., ,., q ftp, 4142.4 1 XX XI 'X I i A f .Q , . I -, 1 N 7' X A X I DQ K 9 'I XXX N Y S -if' Q3 S' 'XX x i- 1, MARTIN GRAHAM, 2, ROBERT WIAAY, 3, JOSEPH HOSTETTLER, 4, CLEMENS AITAQ 5, GEORGE GLASGOWQ 6. VINCENT WEHBYQ 7, FRANK STEPHENSONQ 8, JOSEPH SURGERSONQ 9, CAREY FRAZIERQ 10, PAUL BRADY, 1 1, DONALD BAUMANQ 12, PERCY CARTER, 13, RICHARD BURNSQ 14, MICHAEL AYERSQ 1 5,JOsEPH KEMKERQ 16, WILLIAM HOSEYQ 17, FRANCIS BALTZQ 18, JOHN MOGANQ 19, MARTIN MC NAMARAQ 20, JOE PAT BREENQ 21, JERRY ROBINSON, 22, MICHAEL CONN, 23, JOSEPH SBUTTONIQ 24, JOSEPH BRUCE, 2 5, MATT GORHAM, 26, THOMAS ROWANQ 27, WILLIAM SHANKS, 28,JOHN GORHAMQ 29, ROBERT HAMILTON, 30, JAMES CARELL. 28 MEMURABLE MURNINGS Two mornings stand out in the school year-the day the team left for the Florida trip and the morning the Visiting Committee of the Southern Association arrived to evaluate the school. Both mornings were filled with excitement, one was eagerly anticipated, the other more or less dreaded. Coach Allen bids a final farewell before boarding the Florida-bound special bus with the football team. 'wx Vgffim i H The Evaluation Committee which visited us November 16th-19th. Left to right, frst row: Miss Naomi Harris, West Highg Sister Marie Davis, R.S.M., St. Bernard Academyg Dr. William Fitzgerald, coordinator, Peabody Collegeg Sister Mary Elizabeth, O.P., St. Cecilia Academyg and Sister Marie Therese, R.S.M., Cathedral High School. Second row: Mr. A. Stan Rescoe, Peabody College, Monsignor Thomas P. Duffy, Oflicialis of the Diocese of Nashville, Mr. W. T. Hays, Davidson County Schoolsg Mr. joe Sills, T. I, S.g Mr. Holland Noel, North Highg Father William Barkley, former Diocesan Superintendant of Schools. Qfw 1, THOMAS WOLF, 2, JAMES MAI3RYg 5, KENNETH SEVIERQ 4, THOMAS SMITH, 5, DONALD DURRETTQ 6, JOHN THOMAS LEAVERQ 7, WILLIAM HUMPHREY, 8, WILLIAM DURHAM, 9, ROBERT NEIDERTQ 10, JAMES SCHRICHTEg 11, THOMAS KERRIGANg 12, WILLIAM WEST, 13, FRANCIS CONNORg 14, JAMES FARRISQ 15, KENNETH DONNELLYQ 16, THOMAS CARLTON, 17, GEORGE PATRICK, 18, MURRAY LYNCH, 19, GEORGE WEISg 20, FRANK MCNEILLYQ 21, WILLIAM BOYD, 22, DONALD WOLEEg 23, DARRELL BAGGOTT, 24, KENNETH BURNS, 25, PATRICK RIORDANQ 26, .JAMES SPELTAQ 27, WILLIAM EGOLFQ 28, MARK TROY, 29, CLARENCE KIMBRO. 50 SUPHDMURES wg! 1 1 1 M 0' 2 4 1, JOSEPH COEN, 2, NICHOLAS MAURERQ 3, DANIEL DUNCAN, 4, DAVID DUNCAN, 5, THOMAS COPLINQ 6, HAROLD BELL, 7, WILLIAM KILLENQ 8, GEORGE GEISTQ 9, RANDALL WYATT, 10, BYRNS RAYMERQ 1 1, MARTIN ROCKEY, 12, PETER NEELEYQ 13, QUINN WARNER, 14, ANDREW TANTQ 1 5, THOMAS JOHNSON, 16, JOHN O'CON- NOR, 17, RICHARD WHITE, 18, JOSEPH ,, f CHEEKQ 19, JOSEPH EDMONDSONQ 20, A 1 LUCIAN SCRUGGSQ 21, IRA ST. JOHN, L X ,L , , , 22, ALFRED BALTZQ 23, DONALD HATH- bf, Q! 4 1 J ' Sf' , ' A' I COCK, 24, JOHN HOLMES, 25, ROBERT ya V , ' X A MITCHELL, 26, STEPHEN MARSH, 27, RICHARD HARTSOCKQ 28, JOSEPH KANEQ 29, ANTHONY CUMMINGS. X I 51 -J Father Hitchcock an cuss a probl study period. O u d Ed Greer dis- em in English durin 1' entire morning is not ta k 8 1 cn up with classes we 7 have study hall periods and en'o vi ' Sister Nolasco and jim Mabry discuss the intricacies of the librar cal File. 52 y periodi- 1 y sits to the library. cf FRESHMEN QW I,g,f-5,44 3' We M2 7 W f W4 E X If I 4 'il-. , , I ii S 'N fy 9.1, N 1, WILLIAM TATEg 2, EDWARD KING, 3, -JAMES BURNS, 4, VICTOR COODEQ 5, ROBERT BARNARDQ 6, WILLIAM POT- TER, 7, WAYNE Fox, 8, CHARLES SMART, 9, RAYMOND BECKMANQ 10, WILLIAM WEIDNERg 11, STEPHEN GEORGE, 12, THOMAS TREANORg 13, ROBERT SCHENKQ 14, MICHAEL DUMONTQ 15, ANDREW ARCHIEQ 16, GEORGE BYRNEQ 17, DANIEL BADACOURQ 18,-JOHN AYERSQ 19, EUGENE KLEISERg 20, CHARLES FEYg 21, ARTHUR SUTHERLANDg 22, JOSEPH JARVISQ 23, 'IOHN BURNS, 24, JEROME BROWN, 25, JOHN HANLEYQ 26, THOMAS HAGLAGEQ 27, RICHARD HILLERQ 28, LEO SINGER, 29, THOMAS BATEMANQ 30, ANDREW HARMON1 31, JOHN OMOHUNDROQ 32, DANIEL RIORDANQ 33, JOHN TERRY. 35 s 'bmw .-A K X, p FRESHMEN 90' V, 5 V 'Sf' X 'vii JL' QW : Q 2, 9 52 QXy:..Q.vfX 4 Ig fQgy5QppQQ,5QgA4 5991 SMUFQUXQQQ ' ' 9. I WMI' QW. ff W? QZQ QQWS Iv fxvijfgaqg I L, , Q QM J 1, CHARLES PASSONSQ 2, ANTHONY DE MATTEO, 3, WILLIAM MORRISON, 4, WILLIAM BURNS, 5, JOSEPH JOHNSTON, 6, PATRICK SHARBELQ 7, FRANK VARALLOQ 8, DONALD TANTQ 9, THOMAS MC REDMONDQ 10, PAUL RAY, 11, LEONIDAS BELL, 12, JOHN KIMBROQ 13, JOHN LAWRENCE, 14, NORMAN BATSONQ 15, WILLIAM SCHRICHTEQ 16, MILFORD BROWN, 17, JOSEPH SHANKSQ 18, DAVID HATHCOCKQ 19, ROBERT TAYLOR, 20, ROBERT MCNEILLYQ 21, PAUL MADDUX, 22, JAMES LISLE, 23, RILEY MATTOXQ 24, LEO FLAIR, 25, CHARLES LALLEMANDQ 26, RAY DICKMAN, 27, LOUIS GRAHAM, 28, NICK LYNCH, 29, MICHAEL MURRAY, 30, DAYTON CHAPMAN, 31, ROBERT SULLIVAN, 32, JAMES HOLMES, 33, EDWARD BUCHANAN, 34, NICHOLAS BEEHAN. 54 FRESHMEN If Y 1, BETHEL WOODS, 2, WILLIAM CARL, 3, DONALD KEATINGQ 4, TIMOTHY O,CONNORQ 5, JAMES DOYLEQ 6, JAMES DOYLEQ 6. JAMES SNYDERg 7, HERMAN LESS, 8, MAYO CRADDOCIQ 9, RICHARD MCCURDYQ 10, JOSEPH BATES, 11, JOHN STRASSERQ 12, EARL HAMPTON, 13, MICHAEL O,CONNORQ 14, DANIEL MOR- R E L Lg 15, THOMAS MORRELLQ 16, RICHARD UNLAND. , , 1 f6 51 . X and - 'i' 316,011 I aw 'y1f5W'f59 9262? 9 11114 35 A A6 ee eeeeeeee e as cmmae --e--A- ee e ee eQJ0vm.peeee ee -ee- The afternoon is a busy time. It begins with lunch and usually an in- tramural game. Two more class periods follow recreation. Sometimes in the afternoon we have an assembly program, picture show, or pep rally. The three 0,ClOCl+i bell ofhcially ends the school day. For some it means a long-awaited release from school to go home or to work. For the major- ity, it means merely a change in campus activities. Many students will be found on the grounds or in the gym practicing the current sport of the season, others will be found engaged in club activities. For almost all the afternoon ends somewhere between five and six. By that time the campus is deserted with the exception of the Faculty House where six of our priest-teachers live. g as as e g gg- ge gg-- eve Qjwmee eee eee.. AFTERNUUN M 6 fa U-2 kg G3 Wg Sv l. W. 2 NS: x- vw F3 N, 2 -1 W 'xl 2-ff, .., M ik l'!s'l5-'G' iw? it x The recess periods during Hell Week are those that stand out. They bring joy to the heart of a senior, terror to the heart of a freshman, and entertainment to the rest of the students. I Langley and two of the frosh if I' who appeared in the annual beauty parade. e Blood, sweat, and shoe polish. Frosh labor in the hot Septem- ber sun while upperclassmen enjoy a free shine. Q li- . ' Ni f Q l 5.11 V, , il 'fi-wr ' I Q 3 Q I , - , mama .ami ...QW l l The Panther Band. Ltyr lo rigbi,j7rst row-Don Durrett, joe Tant, Eddie King, Victor Coode, and Charles Smart. Serum! row-Clem Aita, Milford Brown, Leonidas Bell,William Killen, joe Kemker,Williaxn Tate, and joe Johnston. Third row-Ken Donnelly, George Weis, Robert Neidert, Frank Stephenson, and Danny Badacour. Although most of the band's activities take place after school we usually associate them with the recess period since they do all their practice work at that time. Another mid-day activity is the daily broadcast of Station FRHS. Rlgbl-Ray Hirsch and Cary Frazier run Station FRI-lS dur- ing the lunch hour. l -I Left-Coach Allen presents Billy joe Gray with the Most Valuable Player Award at assembly. Billy joe received the award for his performance in the Thanksgiving Day Clinic Bowl game against Litton. In addition to classes, the afternoon school periods sometimes included assemblies, pep rallies, and even intramural championship play-offs. Right-Basketball Intramural Champs. Boy on front row with death grip on trophy is Martin Sisk. Others in the picture are, first row: Craig Davis. Second row: jimmy Curley, Chris Widick, and Pat Hosey. Third row: Dan Miscal and john McGrath. 41 M10 ' Q V , L 3 X at Q The three o'clock bell is the signal for the end of classes, but it does not signal the end of activity on the campus. At three and thereafter the athletic-minded don practice uniforms, members of clubs get to work on their pet projects, the money-minded work, and some unfortunates head for the Sun-set Club in the study hall. Spring football practice in the gym draws the usual crowd of hopefuls. Manson Rowan Centers the ball to Louie Lawrence frwzferj in a practice session as Coach Howard Allen Ucfl, frnulj, I3il1Wade, Vanderbilt's All-American fl'jgl7f,fl'0IIf3, and the mob look on. 42 . I- Panther Varsity members are shown above left to right, hrs! row-john Lawrence, Frank Long, Tom Batey, Matt Gorham, Phil Holmes, Louie Lawrence, jim Roberts, Manson Rowan, joe Bruce, Ronnie West, and Quinn Warner. Second row-joe Bush Miller, Billy joe Gray, joe Bates, Austin Luckett, Charlie Cundiff, jim Miller, Frank Bates, joe St, Charles, jack jennings, Ed Donovan, john Holmes, and jimmy Curley. Third row-Coach Howard Allen, Tommy Bateman, Ed McCabe, Richard Burns, Gale jones, john McGrath, Chris Widick, jimmy Pickney, Murphy Morris, Charlie Walsh, Ted Sanders, Richard Clunan, and Don Clunan. 43 E LAWRENCE BILLY-jOE GRAY jim MILLER END MEN Philip Holmes and Ronnie West. PRACTICE SESSION Ld! to flgbf-LOLll6 Lawrence, jack jen- nings, jim Miller, and Billy joe Gray. BEEF TRUST Left fo rigbl-jim Roberts, Frank Bates, Manson Rowan, joe Bates. and XVilliam Morris. j an 1 aw-- R if 4899 'lib' Varsity Basketball team members are above left to r1gbt,j5rst row: Murray Lynch, Martin McNamara, james Second Row joseph Griifxth Al Davis Robert Mitchell jacques deGraauw, john Gorham, and Michael Conn At left are the members of the B team. Left to right, fry! row: Bobby Wray, Andy Archie, and joe Adrian Hostettler. Second row: jimmy Schrichte, john Omohundro, Ray White, and Tommy Derrick. 45 Although the majority of students who participate in sports are in football and basketball, quite a number of spring sports enthusiasts are to be found any afternoon in the spring of the school year. Golf, baseball, tennis, and bowling hold the interest of these athletes. GOLF- Left to right, Louis Graham, joe McEwen, Bill Scheffer, and Martin Graham. QW' I ul 'Khi- BASEBALL TEAM. Right to left, Billy Warner, jim Miller, jimmy Schrichte, Louie Lawrence, johnny Ayers, joe Jarvis, joe Pat Breen, john Fyke, Ed Satterfield, Russell Boguskie, and Quinn Warner. mamma. ' TENNIS TEAM. Left to riglnj first row-Bobby Wray and Bill Hosey. Second row-Bob Hamilton and joe Pat Breen. i....1,.l.l.- 'muff' BOWLING TEAM. Left to right, first row-Bill Hosey, Pat Riordan, Paul Maddux, Robert Neidert. Seconrl row- john McRedmond, Dan Riordan, Bill Egolf. 41 V 2? .v gg V ' 47 Joi J A Paul Brady, Patrick Connor, V fi' f 2 l. M I A if VNS xo 3 Y X But sports practice does not give the full picture of our afternoon activities. Any day after the three o'clock bell you can Hnd groups of students engaged in various activities. The Catholic Students' Mission Crusade, the Key Club, the Debate Team, thejournal- ism Club with its three publications QTHE MOINA, THE PANTHER, THE LITERARY QUARTERL YQ all offer the student an outlet for his talents outside the classroom. Some of us must even spend the afternoons studying as evidenced by the members of the STUA Honor Society shown below. And the biggest number of all work in various places throughout the city. Members of the STOA Honor Society are shown at left. Left to rigbt: Kenneth Don- nelly, George Weis, james Schrichte, Cary Frazier, George iq 3 'i Glasgow, Robert Hamilton, A x v .. w Thomas Carlton, and james - 4 5 Sullins. ' 'L Q 14 2 is , 48 l fp . ,' ,tg 'wld' H lai- THE The Journalism Club is made up of st IUURNALISM CLUB udents who work on the three publications of the d , THE LITERARY QUARTERLY, school, THE MOINA, our monthly mimeographe newspaper our magazine published each semester which contains student stories, poems, essays, etc., and THE PANTHER, our yearbook. THE 1953 PANTHER STAFF. Left to right-Clem Aita, pbo- tograpbyf Father james Hitch- cock, moderatorg Bobby Seigen- thaler, associate editorg Bill Scheffer, editorg jimmy Sullins, associate ea'itory and Ted San- ders, basiness manager. Not present for picture, Don Clunan, business manager. THE MOINA STAFF Left to right, first row-Paul Brady, associate editorf Don Wolfe, associate and art editorf Father james Hitchcock, mod- eratorg and Frank Connor, technical editor. Shown below are the ofiicers of the Catholic Students' Mission Crusade. This organiza- tion helps the missions, both in our own Tennessee and abroad, by the prayers, good works, and alms of its members. Left to right: Kenneth Donnelly, treasurer, Cary Frazier, secretary, Pat Hosey, president, and Nick Mammarelli, vice president. Father Francis W. Eiseman is mod- erator. Vi, uv-is tl ' J s g ,- G ' X . 1 5 X5 . . 7 ' a . yt pg u, p 4,1 K 3 , p 9' Y I 3, 1 1 ' 4 ,-W 4 ., 'V' F T ' -W . Q . 'Ku ' T . ,A ,, se 'M' Twill' ff 14- J V 4 . 'Za ' ' 3 . ,W ' - ' , Q , -. w 3 -' - I -- fav V' v .'i'1f f W : .-4 N klmfim r-'sf ' a5 't's-'ff if' W 1 5 4' Y 94 .lf wifi, . - -E Shown above are the members of the Father Ryan Debate Team. Left to right: Bob Hamilton, Charles Walsh, Don Wolfe, and Cary Frazier. The purpose of this club is to develop the stu- dents' ability to speak in public. Father Leo Siener is the moderator. Hg , ,, W, ev , 4 'aimi- , .fb li ,auf 5' 'avg' M ,i, dpi an The average student's night is spent in a variety of ways, depending upon the season of the year and the imminent approach of quarter tests or exams. First and foremost is study since that is the first obligation of our par- ticular state in life. After study there are games, football in the fall, basket- ball in the winter and early spring. On the week ends there are shows, parties, dances. Some Sunday nights we enjoy Teen Town here in our own gym. But above all social activities at night looms the junior Prom. At the end of these various night activities our average student Ends him- self ready for bed. And so, after night prayers we find him in bed again, dreading the ring of the alarm clock that signals the beginning of yet another day. NIGHT .--1 3 -J-niwx il. ,sw FUUTBALL SEASUN RECORD Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan ,,rr .,,,, Father Ryan r-rr , , , Cohn , ,,r, S Central r..,,,,, Springfield S S , , Du Ponte , , , S T. I. S. rrrrr M. B. A .rrrr East rr,r, West ,.,,rr, Lebanon C C POST SEASON GAMES CLINIC BOWL Father Ryan, , rr,,,,,, 12 Litton FORT MYERS, FLORIDA Father Ryan ,r,,r, ,W S 19 Fort Myers High School S , WON LOST TIED Left-Will he make it? Coach How- ard Allen during an anxious moment in the Dupont game. CHEERLEADERS in : -eq Shown above are the cheerleaders in action at the Thanksgiving Day Clinic Bowl game between Father Ryan and Litton. Left to right: Shirley Huffman, Catheclralg Richard Ballingerg Russell Kelly, St. Bernardg Nan Woolwine, St. Bernardg Bobby Lapping Patsy Batson, St. Ceciliag and Barbara Smith, St. Cecilia. Not shown in the picture are Carolyn Hawn, Cathedral, and Pat Hosey. 56 Big Red Davis misses one in the Tech game. BASKETBALL SEASON REOORO Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan Father Ryan 7 Montgomery Central 37 Celina 7 77 77 77736 Bodenham 77 37 Lipscomb 7 7 52 Howard 56 Hartsville 7 7 41 West7777 77 39 Cohn 7 7 7 7 7 7 30 Hume-Fogg Tech. 7 7 42 Manchester 777777 5 5 Clarksville 7 7 7 7 3 5 T. I. S. 777777 7 27 Selmer 7 7 7 7 7 55 Bemis 77754 jackson 7 7 749 Dyer 77777 7777 4 4 Howard 7777 777777 6 0 Flaget 7 7 7 7777777777 82 Memphis Catholic 7 7 29 East 7777777777777c7 50 North 77777 777c 6 4 Springfield 7777 7 A ,,53 B. G. A .777 77,7 3 7 East 7 , 61 57 During the winter and early spring basketball filled our nights with chills and thrills as the Panthers swept through their basketball season. Father Ryan7 7 77 737 West 36 Father Ryan 7 5 7 Alumni 40 Father Ryan 7 7 7 70 Cohn 7 52 Father Ryan7 7 7 7 29 Springfield 7 3 5 Father Ryan 7 7 7 73 B. G. A.7 7 54 Father Ryan 77777 47 North 7 745 Father Ryan 7 7 5 6 Peabody 3 3 Father Ryan7 7777 42 Lipscomb 37 1 566 1437 TOURNAMENT RECORD TSSAA 18th DISTRICT Father Ryan7 7 43 Hume-Fogg 36 Father Ryan 34 East 7 69 Final Record Father Ryan 7 1643 Opponents 1542 WON LOST 22 I2 Sullins glides in against arch-rival West. Rack up two! Good thing AI Davis is aiming for the basket instead of their mouths! Sullins ads two more as helpless Tech guards look on. L X l Above-Well, we finally made it! Frank Bates and date, Carolyn Hawn, Joan Burke, Bud Langley, and joe Griffith make their grand entrance. Above-Time out for yakety yakety and a rest for sore feet. Left to right-Barbara Burke, Red Davis, Barbara Kelly, Gene jones, Popeye Warner and date. JUNIOR PROM The junior Prom was the outstanding social night of the year. Under the in- spiration of Father Eiseman and the junior class prom committee the gym was transformed into a circus for the night. Needless to say a good time was had by all. After the dance, the Ladies' Auxiliary served a breakfast in the cafe- teria. Below-The pause that refreshes. Herman and Mary Finley, johnny and Nick and their dates await pink lemonade being doled out by Mrs. Gorham and Mrs. Marchetti. nw-.M J '- uv? F Yzrwqfs , ,bu Q YS im ,f huxubbaf- fd I Fm A-'V Some nights we enjoy Teen Town in the gym or parties in private homes. X ' 1 and - 6 Some nights we even stayed home and studied! me lt -' t Ed BHS h if 1 llf h 1'gh 'nds and stay h d d And Su to hed ..... E 1 V Q ' 4 fini ,,,,,-., ,,,,,,,,, swf 93 , ,fy 4 ' Gi . ' ' fi aff, ' , I , , .iff , C , ' Zu Q I ,.,, ,,.,..-,a Q47 fi ... ,stu M fy I Vw I GQ V 264 vi! wa? f , 'q Q, 5, , ' 1 ' X 'Q , Qu vb , wa iv Q43 1 . , A .X . I 'A f 9 af., 'V ,, as 1 y Q. fi it it r az M' m., 53 f 1' ' , , , fi! Z- if z 'Q ww V ' f' W 2- 1 4 V' ' ,if I I if M I I - A . df fx! I Q, C? F ,M if ,Q U L 0 f ' f fy , .Q 2 ni ,Q 'M' Q 'J M, fb I-5 1 , gl X gr 1,4 ,Z , 49 U cz Magi Pc I , J' 3 Yi f 255,51 fx V 2 - u QR 0 y imufzg'9bh 'Ig , , 2 .Y 7, 4, 'K . V11 fy g g Y V, c ,Q 2+ .i ,. f 'digg gg J W , 5, I V ,S , , , I ' at fix L H Another day ends for our average student, and with the end of that day we end our book. Fittingly the days ends with 21 prayer and we close this book with a prayer of thanks to God for the benefits we have received here at Father Ryan from our Catholic education. 6 Friends of the School . . We here at Father Ryan High School count ourselves as very fortunate in having three different organizations which are vitally interested in us and our school. These groups are the Ladies' Auxiliary, the Boosters' Club, and the Knights of Columbus. They are always at hand to help us and encourage us and we are indeed grateful for their interest. 6-i LEFT-Olhcers of the LADIES' AUXILIARY are ld! to right-Mrs. Matt j. Gorham, treasurerg Mrs. Henry Forte, vice presidentg Mrs. Clemens R. Aita, pres- identg and Mrs. john H. Miller, recording secretary. Mrs. Adam Pollock, corre- sponding secretary, was not present for the picture. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS STAFF Editor .. , , , C .WILLIAM SCHEFFER, jk. Associate Editor- - L ,,ooo W. ROBERT SEIGENTHALER Associate Editor sss,s I . L s,ssds JAMES P. SULLINS Photography ss,,s.,,s, s,ss C LEMENS R. AITA, jk. Photography Consultant ,,ss s.s,. F ATHER JOSEPH W. JULIUS Moderator LLLLLLL . A - L LLLL FATHER JAMES R. HITcHcocK THE 1 9 5 3 PANTHER The 1953 edition of the THE PANTHER was born the day that Father Hitchcock appointed the staff. It gradually became the reality that you are now holding in your hands over a long period of time. From that fall day when the staff was appointed until the actual work began in early spring the yearbook remained only a vague idea. Then one day in March THE PAN- THER began to assume its present form. Ideas and plans were discussed. Work began on a dummy copy. The theme selected was a day in life of an average student at Father Ryan. The idea was to present readers by picture and story the various class- es, activities, events that a Father Ryan student would meet with in the course of a day. The work of writing and editing fell upon the shoulders of three people Bill Scheffer, Bobby Seigenthaler, and jimmy Sullins-aided by their moderator, Father Hitchcock. Time Hew, the yearbook dragged along behind schedule. In one last desperate burst of energy staff and moderator finished their last bit of work. PHOTOGRAPHY Many weary hours of taking pictures, the developing and printing them was the lot of this year's photographer, Clem Aita. Almost all the pictures in this year's book were taken by him, with the exception of some of the class groups and the seniors' pic- tures. ADVERTISING From beginning to end the ad campaign was a long up hill struggle. As in the past, the yearbook depended upon ads and sponsors for its life-blood. And again, as in the past, most of the ads were the result of the hard work of a small group of indi- viduals. Don Clunan and Ted Sanders were in charge of this part of production and they did an admirable job. TYPI NG This is one part of our work that bears little glory. Only the editors in their proof reading and the printer in setting up his type sees its results. The greater part of the typing this year was done by Pat Burns, Don Clunan, Gene jones, and Father Hitchcock. DISTRIBUTION Once the book comes off the presses the distribution staff has the job of seeing that faculty, students, the Bishop ,the pastors, convents, and local Catholic schools re- ceive their copies. Seniors who helped in this work were Murphy Morris, Martin Sisk, Steve Warner, Gene jones, and joe Griffith. THE EDITOR WISHES ESPECIALLY TO THANK THE FOLLOWING: The Most Reverend William L. Adrian, D.D., Bishop of Nashville, for his prompt and gracious reply to a request for a letter for the graduates, Father Francis R. Shea, principal, for his interest, cooperation, and numerous per- missions, The Faculty, for their interest, cooperation, and patience, The class of 1953, for sponsoring the book, The Underclassmen, for their help, especially in selling ads and obtaining sponsors, Our Sponsors and Advertisers, whose generosity made the book a reality, All the staff members and our moderator, for their help. BILL SCHEFFER Adrian, Most Rev.Wm. L .,,, 1 Archie, Andrew A,.,,,,,A,,, , , 1 1, 16, Afternoon ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, , , , , , , f,,,A, , , , , Aita, Clements ..,. Allen, Mr. H .,.. 1 Ayers, john ,,l.,,, Ayers, Michael ,,,, Badacour, Walter ,,,. Baggott, Darrell ,,,r., Ballinger, Richard ,,,, Baltz, Al ,,,,,,,,,,,, Baltz, Francis ,,,,, Band .,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Barnard, Michael ,,,,, Baseball ....,,,,,,,,,, Bateman, Thomas ,,,,, Bates, Frank ,i,.,,,, Bates, joseph .,r,,. Batey, judy .,,,. Batey, Thomas ,,,, Batson, Norman ,,,. Batson, Patsy 1 1 1 Bauman, Don .,,, Beckman, Ray .,,,,, Beehan, Nichols ,,,, Bell, Harold ,,,,, Bell, Leonidas ,,,, Bevington, F. W. 1 1 1 1 Boguskie, Russell ,,,. Bowling ,,,.,.,,,,. Boyd, Billie ..,,,,, Brady, Paul ,,,,. Breen, joe Pat .,,, Brown, jerry ,,,.. Brown, Milford ,,,, Bruce, joe ,,..,,, 1 Buchanan, Ed 11 Burns, Pat ,,.., Burns, james ,,,,, Burns, james Leo 1 1 1 Burns, john 1 1 1 1 1 Burns, Kenneth .,,, Burns, Richard 1 1 1 Burns, William 1 11 Byrne, George 1 1 Campbell, Peggy 1 1 Carell, james ,,,,, Carl,William ,,,,, Carlton, Thomas 1 1 11 Carter, Percy ,,,,,.,. Chapman, Dayton t,,, Cheek, joseph .,,,t, Class Oflicers ,.,, Clunan, Don ,.., Coen, joseph ,,,, Coen,William ,,f, Conn, Michael ..,, Connor, Frank ,,,,, Connor, john P. 11 1 1 Contents 1 111 ,,,, 1 1 Coode, Victor .,,. Cook, Sam ,,,,,,,,, Coplin, Thomas ..,, Craddock, Mayo ,,,. Crook, Gene ,.,,,.,,, Cummings, Anthony 1 1 1 Cunningham, Fr. A. j. ,,., Cunningham, james ,,.,, Cundiff, Charles ,.,,, Curley, james ,,,,,r Davis, Al ,,,,,,. Davis, Craig ,,,, Dedication 1 1 1 Fm1s,16,29, 58, 28, 41,42, 111117, 111128, 1111111111145, 24,43, 1135, 14, 28, 58, 45,46 16, 23 16, 28 16, 17, 18, 24, 11117, 45, 57, deGraauw, jacques 1 1 1 Deep, Thomas ,,,, DeMatteo, james 1 1 1 Derrick, Thomas 1 1 1 Dickman, Ray 111 1 Dodd, Leon 1 1 111 Donnelly, Ken 11 1 1 Donovan, Ed 111111 Doyle, james 1111111 Dumont, Michael 11 1 Duncan, Dan 11111 Duncan, David 1 1 1 Durham, William 11 1 Durrett, Don 111111 11111 Edmondson, joseph 1 1 1 Egolf, john 1111111111 Eiseman, Fr. F.W. 1 1 1 Farris, james 11111 Faye, Charles 1111 Flair, Leo 1 1 11 1 Football 11111 Foreward ' 1111 Forte, Don 11 1 1 Fox, Wayne 1 1 1 Frazier, Carey 1 1 Frey, Pat 11111 11 1 1 T SQ Fyke,john11 1 Gentry, Mrs. Alice George, Steven 1 1 1 1 Glasgow, George 1 1 Golf 11111111 1 1 1 Gorham, john 1 1 1 Gorham, Matt 1 1 Graham, Louis 1 1 1 1 1 Graham, Martin 1 1 1 1 Gray, William joseph Greer,Ed11 1111 11 11 GriHith,joe11 11 Gutherie, William 1 Geist, George 1 11 1 Haglage, Thomas 11 Hamilton, Robert 1 Hampton, Earl 1 Hanley, john 11 1 Harmon, Andrew 11 Hartsock, Richard Hathcock, David 1 Hathcock, Don 1 Hiller, Richard 11 1 Hirsch, Ray 1 1 Hitchcock, Fr. j. R. Holmes, james 1 Holmes, john1 1 11 Holmes, Phil 11 Hosey, Pat 1 1 Hosey, William Hostettler, joe Howington, L. 1 Huffman, Shirley Humphrey, William jameson, Richard 1 jarvis,joe 111 jennings,jack 11 john, Sister Mary1 1 johnson, Thomas 1 johnston, joseph 11 jones, Gale 1 1 1 jones, Gene 1 1 1 1 julius, Fr. j.W.1 11 juniors 11111 11111 Kaiser, jerome1 1 1 Kaine, joe1 1111 1 1111 27, 30, 40, 48, , 49 27 ------ --- 1 1 11130, 1 1.11 11130, 38 111114, , 11145, 44, 54, 28, 40, 48, 49, Y 27, 28, 11 128,45, 111116,28,43, 1111111154, 28 --- --- 1 141,45,44, 18, 1 1 18, 24, 45, 28,Y47, 48, 49, 11 1 27, 15, 14, 52, 58, 1151, 1 19, 45, l6,18,24,41, 28, 28, 43, 44, 14, 54, 27, 22, 14,25 27 Keating, Don 7 Kelly, Russell Kempker, joe 7 7 7 Kerrigan, Tom7 7 Killen, William 7 7 Kimbro, Clarence 77 Kimbro, john 77 King, Edward 7 Kleiser, Gene 7 Ladies Auxiliary 7 7 7 7 Lallemand, Charles 7 7 7 7 Langdon, james 7 7 , Lappin, Robert 77 7 Lawrence, john 7 7 7 Lawrence, Louis 7 7 7 Leaver, john 7 7 7 Lebkuecher, Phil 7 7 7 Less, Herman 7 7 Lisle, james 7 7 Long, Frank 7 Long, Mr. L. j. Luckett, Austin Lynch, james Lynch, john McCabe Charles McCurdy, Richard Mcliwen, joe McGrath, john McNamara, Martin McNeilly, Frank McNeilly, Robert Mclledmond, john Mclledmond, Thomas Mabry, james Madtlux, Paul Mammarelli, Nick Marchetti, john Mass Marsh, Stephen Mattox, Rile Maurer, Nick Miller,james Miller, joe B. Miscal, Dan Mitchell, Robert Mogan, john 7 Moina, The Moore, Edgar Morgan, Fr.W. E. Morning Morrell, Dan 7 7 Morrell, Thomas 7 7 7 Morris,William 7 Morrison,William 7 Mulloy, Gene 77777 Neely, Peter 7 7 7 77777 7 Neidert, james 7777777 Neidert, Robert 777777 Niedergeses, Fr. j. D. 7 7 7 Night 777777777.77 7 7 Nolasco, Sister 7,7. O'Connor, john 7 7 7 O'Connor, Mike 7 7 7 O'Connor, Tim 77777 Omohundro, john 7777 Panther, The 7777777 7 Passons, Charles Pollock, Adam 77 7 Potter,William 7 7 Prom 7 7 7 7 Ray, Paul 7 7 7 7 7 7 Raymer, William 7 7 7 Registration 7 7 7 19,24,42,43,44, 20, 43, 46, 19, 19 44 14 i4, 16, 777775 INDEX 35 56 40 30 40 30 34 40 33 64 38 27 56 43 55 49 27 35 34 43 15 43 34 45 43 35 46 43 45 30 34 47 34 32 47 50 20 12 31 34 31 54 43 41 45 28 49 24 38 10 35 35 43 34 27 31 40 47 26 52 32 31 35 35 45 49 34 27 33 59 34 31 13 Riordan, Dan 7 7 7 Riordan, Pat 7 7 Roberts, james 7 7 7 7 Robinson, jerry 777 Rockey, Martin 7 7 Roe, Fr. Kevin 77 Rowan, Manson 7 Rowan, Thomas Ryan, Fr. A. j. 77 7 7 St. Charles, joe 7 7 St. john, Ira 7777 Sanders, Ted 7777 Satterfield, Ed 7777 Sbuttoni, joe 77777 Scheffer, William 7 7 7 Schenk, Robert 77 7 7 Schrichte, james 777777 Scruggs, Lucian 7777777 Seigenthaler, Robert Seniors 777777777777 Surgerson, joe 7777 Sevier, Ken 7 Shanks, Billy 7 Shanks, joe Sharble, Pat Shea, Fr. F. R. Siener, Fr. L. C. Singer, Leo Singer, Pat Sisk, Martin Smart, Charles Smith, Barbara Smith, Thomas Snyder, james Spelta, james Stoa Stephenson, Frank Strasser, john Sullins,james Sullivan, Robt. Superlatives Sutherland, A. j. Tant, Andy Tant, j. D. Tate, Hill Taylor, Robert Tennis Terry, john Thoni, Herman Treanor, Thomas Troy, Mark Unland, Richard Varallo, Frank Walsh, Charles Warner, Quinn 7 Warner, William Warner, Steve 7 77 Wehby, Vincent 7 Weidner, William 7 Weis, Geo. 7 77777 7 7 West, Ronald 77 7 7 West, Bill 7 77777 7 White, Ray White, Richard 7777 Widick, Chris 7 7 7 Widick, William 7 7 7 Winecoff, Henry 7 7 7 Wolf, Thomas 77777 Wolfe, Don 7 7 7 7 7 Wood, Bethel7 77777 Woolwine, Nan 7 7 7 Wray, Robert 777777 Wyatt, Randell 7777 Yokom, Pat 77 7 77 16, 77743, 777727 7722624 7777z1,z4,46, 77 75of34,45 77717,1s,19,20, 16,21,25,4s,4s,49, 27, 31, 777 SQ 37716,21, 777722,'77 7777i6fi37 777728 5 7,46 49756 N45 47 47 55 28 31 14 44 49 1 43 31 49 46 28 62 33 48 31 49 22 28 30 28 34 34 7 50 33 21 44 40 56 30 35 30 48 40 35 58 34 24 33 31 40 40 34 47 33 59 33 30 35 34 50 46 46 21 49 33 48 44 30 45 31 43 27 22 30 30 35 56 47 31 22 ARCHlE,S SERVICE CO. MR. AND MRS. THOMAS J. BATEY JOE BALTZ AND FAMILY MR. AND MRS. LOUIS J. BALTZ MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM J. BALTZ MR. AND MRS. GEORGE BECKMAN JOHN BERRY FATHER WILLIAM BEVINGTON WILLIAM BOYD MRS. WILLIAM J. BOYD MR. AND MRS. CHARLES BUCHANAN,JR. JIMMY BURNS AND STEPHEN GEORGE MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM BURNS MRS. J. B. CARL MR. AND MRS. IVO CARLTON SISTER MARY CHARLES, O. P. BUDDY CLUNAN MISS MARGARET CLUNAN MR. AND MRS. M. M. CLUNAN, SR. MR. AND MRS. T. J. CLUNAN, SR. JOHN COODE, JR. MR. AND MRS. E. A. CUNNINGHAM MRS. R. L. DICKMAN EDDIE DONOVAN MRS. J. R. DONOVAN MONSIGNOR THOMAS P. DUFFY MR. AND MRS. H. D. DURRETT CLARENCE E. ELLIS MR. C. T. F. MRS. THELMA FORTE MR. AND MRS. S. P. FREY FRIEND FRIEND FRIEND FRIEND MRS. ALICE GENTRY ROBERT GENY MRS. CHARLES E. GRAY MR. AND MRS. A. H. HAGLAGE NANCY HAGLAGE MRS. HARTSEIELD FATHER JAMES R. HITCHCOCK WALLACE HOPPER,S ORCHESTRA PATRICK J. HOSEY MRS. CLARA B. HOSSE MISS LORETTO HUGHES IDEAL LAUNDRY 8: CLEANERS MR. M. E. KENNEDY MR. AND MRS. THOMAS J. KERRIGAN CLARENCE KERSTIENS MR. AND MRS. W. H. 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SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS REQUIRE CO-OPERATION AND INTELLIGENT PERSONAL SERVICE BALTZ BROS. Nashville, Tenn. ir HAMS - BACON - LARD - SAUSAGE OFFICIALLY INSPECTED QUALITY ASSURED KARL'S NATIONALLY ADVERTISED FAMOUS NAME BRAND SHOES SAVE 3052 to 605 l58 6th Avenue, North Sudekum Bldg. 'A' COMPLIMENTS OF SOUTHEASTERN MOTOR TRUCK LINES, INC. 'A' SANDERS TRANSFER 8: STORAGE Long Distance Moving Agents, Allied Van Lines Moving, Packing, Storage Phone 6-5685 TOM HARRISON FLOWERS 'k 4-1891 West End at Twenty-First M. T. GOSSET COMPANY, INC- Compliments of Carrier Air Conditioning-Refrigeration Heating 81 Ventilating Equipment Mill Supplies-Motors Pumping Machinery Power Plant Specialties Phone 4-7551 1205 Church St. Nashville 3 ROTELLA TAILORS 405 Commerce St. 5-4212 Compliments of TONY, THE CHILI KING Famous Chili Con Came 5-9120 317 Deaderick St. TONY PETRUCELLI, PROP. Country-Wid e Free Delivery NASHVILLE SURGICAL SUPPLY CO 1911 Church St. Phone 5-4567 'k WILSON QUICK PHARMACY 708 Church St. Prescription Specialists Phone 6-3176 Compliments of MARTIN'S FUNERAL HOME 209 Louise Ave. Phone 7-2375 JOE FORMOSA 8: SONS Fresh Fruits 81 Vegetables 714 Fourth Ave. North CURREY'S RAmo sERvlcE co. ANGE'-0 FORMOSA Television Sales Service PRODUCE 2206 Elliston Place 446 3'd Avenue' Nnnn 7-4791 7-4792 Phone 4-T875 BRADSHAW 1'vPT:wRrrER co. HAMPTON CLEANERS L. C. Smith 8. Corona Typewriter Agency 7l8 Commerce Streel 5l2 Deaderick sf, Pn6ne 63606 4-1431 45 Minute Service at Plant Compliments of Compliments of lVlONTGONlERY'S HILLSBORO Tom Y. CARTWRTGHT SERVICE CEN-I-ER 5herifT 4014 Hillsboro Road AUTO LAUNDRY CO. COLES 8: WALLER l3l6 Broad Sl. JEWELERS 6-2844 6-7652 JOHN E. HOSTETTLER 5'9 Union 5 63672 O K PLUMBING CO. HgBB5-GRAVE5 J. A. BEALAFELT W. T, DRENNAN PRODUCE C0- 3-2845 722 Fourth Ave., No. Compliments of DRINK C. H. REESE 8. 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Phone 5-6451 THE MAXWELL HOUSE Fourth and Church Street Nashville, Tenn. ir For Unexcelled Rooms Excellent Food and Catering WEINSTEIN'S Jewelers lEstablished in 18901 Once a Purchaser, Always a Customer 237 Fourth Ave. No. 2 doors from Arcade Vzzizyzjizzl-11.111211-12252122 Served in Church St' 7zee?ep5- Next door to Loew's Theatre SUNDAES CONES I si-:Axes MAI-T5 uAR15 PINTS '4-- Complete Office Equipment Service 'lii iiNArioNALLY sou: New used Refinishing QUALITY CONTROLLED , ' ' f' JIM BAGGETT 5 WN-W fig Wf'gf1ZZ s2 jgfyljifffwifal 1918 Church 704 Lafayette 4-8376 5-2413 lSTORE ADDRESS1 Compliments of DELUXE ICE CREAM Compliments of PURITY DAIRIES GRAY PRINTING CO. Commercial Printers 317 4th Ave., North Phone 6-9475 CROW HARDWARE CO. 4900 Charlotte Telephone 7-1783 H 8: H AUTO SERVICE 1311-13 Grundy Street There ls A Difference E. I. TUCK PLUMBING AND HEATING COMPANY 138-140 12th Ave., No. 6-0228 and 6-8553 ST. 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Speed and surf footing which nre so necessary in basket- ball nrt- insured hy Sa-al-0-San Finish. Coaches like Clif Wells und Atlolph Rupp rl0n'l insist on Seal-O-Sun with- uul enum-. Tht-y'w learnt-d through years of experience ilitll lht-y rnn dt-pt-nd upon St-nl-0-Snn with assurance Ihnl il produces the lim-st possible bnskt-tlmll plnying surface. Trapt Seal-0-Sun this yvnr. I I HUNTINGTON LABORATORIES, INC. numlwotort, INDIANA TORONTO. CANADA mgsn .sm n te rm, All umm .mme 50: equating tw. Wrtlv lor yew NAME :spy of me l95 57 Aoblsss Coaches otgm. CIYV STATE , MR. HOLMES JOHNSON Nashville, Representative .1 Compliments of a F R I E N D Cleaners HILLSBORO oFFlcEa. PLANT 16th 8. Division BRANCHES: 2207 21st Avenue, South 2215 Ellisfon Place Laundry all WHEN IN THIS FIX 1 qv i -5 A all' '41 U CALL I ,,, l I ix ,,-...A, I, i f 5 A325-if 1' 71 .-: Q, T ' L fsfi i 1 Z at WWALs 1' 5 , , gi X f i JAMES F. WALSH PLUMBING CO. 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X Ground J -, 0: Q, f Always 4 'kd iff: 3 N X I is M X' ' Good 43 - . f ' ,XXV Save on Hill's Store-Ground Coffee-There's no finer coffee at any price 86 AUTUGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS ' 7, 11' it WSH 17 '- '?--,gafmgf we ,, , H WL: rj '?'Qi'g,fv-'j?7 f .-1 .,-1 . .24 K- T V if T Qaii ' 'Vu V f L 5.1. Si 'ig 3 11.,7 - -J.: - f N 'iP'1S21QqG3??1 . . 5, A-hu Jsmffgj A -:ir in ' 11 57 13+ 179 ., W-'gf 55 - K AL gmkqnnlq if ' Neff: 'f L -sf' W 3 . . 1 X. 44- - H W , H'M4Q,,.1yfi A 'R ifmk lx, Q' bi, .311 'F ,4r..' 1 ff 3 E ,:1,4',g9. - ' V wi' vm, T V' 55.121 ' x Jiffy!! f . M. 'fi Xara! . - -L-I ,. ' fT vf'Tl -111 JM- -N -rf . A 4 'jx1.llz- ' F? -:Q-r 1 1, -f W. L ' ,ae A A N 0 R N A S H V 5 f S H V i I. L E 1 '. ' K 6' 4 135? n ffm' :lull U rgs.-1: LLE O A UTH Asn-lvnLLe
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