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Page 17 text:
taught junior school Bible and coached the Mite
l"ootball team, Mr. Joe Elliott, a native of Texas,
taught U. S. History and coached the Midget Foot-
A month before school opened Mr. Charles Spei-
del, coach of Penn Stateis wrestling team, con-
ducted a Week long clinic at McCallie for about 40
boys interested in wrestling. This was the second
year Mr. Speiflel has given this instruction.
The 1958 Blue Tornado reported to Coaches
Harry Milligan, john Day, and Dave Spencer on
September 3 to begin early practice in preparation
for the opening game at Rossville on September
19. Center Bob Calvert of Atlanta and Jimmy
Rogers of Ringgold, Georgia, were elected co-cap-
t3iU5 f0l' tht? Cflmlng 5e350N- Mr. Charles Speiflel with Coach Dave Spencer.
Students attend Hrst devotional in civilian clothes.
me 'T ti S
Page 16 text:
496 XTUDENTS ENR OLL FOR FIFTY-
New faculty members after opening exercises. Left to
right, Mr. J. WT. Elliot, Mr. James Lyle, Mr. M. R.
Richards. Mr. G. C. McNabb, and Mr. W. L. Houck.
The transformation of Alumni Field into a football
field was concluded by the opening of school.
A record number of 4-96 students registered for
the fifty-fourth year of the McCallie School on
Monday, September 8, 1958. The formal opening
was held in the chapel the next morning with Dr.
C. E.. Gammon of the Central Presbyterian Church
speaking. Included in the enrollment were 262 day
students and 234- boarders, mostly from Southeast-
ern states. There were 108 seniors.
Six new members were added to the faculty, mak-
ing it the largest ever. One of the instructors, Mr.
Jon Regen, was at McCallie two years ago. Mr.
Regen taught English l and II, and coached Ter-
mite Football and assisted in basketball and track.
The English department added two other new
members, in addition to Mr. Regen. Mr, G, C.
McNabb, a native of New York state, taught sen-
ior English as well as speech and art. Mr. M. R.
Richards taught junior school English and first
year French, and assisted in athletics.
Mr. W. L. Houck was secured to help Mr. Paul
Greer with the chemistry work, since the great de-
mand for chemistry made it necessary to have two
instructors in that department. Mr. Houck also
gave slide rule lessons.
Mr. Jimmy E. Lyle, a McCallie graduate of '49,
Football Co-Captains Bob Calvert and jimmy Rogers
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The 1959 Blue Tornado. First row, left to right: Louis Field, Carl Rentz, Howdy Johnston, Lester Bridges, Andy Vaught, Jerry
Kibler, and John DeBuys. Second Row: Dick DeArmond, Sterl Owen, Jim Webb, Joe Vaughn, Co-captains Bob Calvert and Jimmy
Rogers, Jim Braddock, 0. L. Brotherton, and Bill Sullivan. Third Row: Managers Bill Grant and David Campbell, Sam Robert-
son, Nat Bullock, Madding King, Robert Helms, Jim Pittman, Charles Thornbury, Charlie Bugg, Ronnie Mercer, John Paty, and
Head Managers Barry Johnson and Shelby Brammer. Fourth Row: Clark Colvard, Rawley Spier, Jimmy Sullivan, Bill Acker, Bob
Williams. Bill Branstrom, Ralph Falls and Bob Arrowood.
IIV UR Y RIDDLED TORNADO HAS
breaks, Coach Harry Milliganis footballers amassed
L all a total of three wins, six losses and one tie. After
,L-3 X " f i V . . . .
' " A a discouraging beginning, the Tornado rose to new
heights in the last two games to finish on a welcome
note. Against non-conference opponents the Blues
were twice successfulg McCallie gained its most
noteworthy victory of the year over the Darling-
fxxtx . '
Coach Milligan gives instructions to B011 Calvert as
jimmy Rogers and Mr. Day look on.
, 4 mg
The men behind the team. Mr. David Spencer, Back-
field Coarhg Mr. ,lolm Day, Line COHCIIQ and Mr. Harry
Milligan, Head Coach.
Charlie Bugg and Bob Willianls lead interference for
Carl Rentz against Rossville.
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