Memphis Catholic High School - Crusader Yearbook (Memphis, TN)

 - Class of 1948

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Good tlnmsrooins. fins science litlw- orutoriuu a lwcuutiful chapel, an ex- ccllcnt auditorium. thc lwst of gint- II2lhlUl1lS-Il1L'Sk'LlFC sonic of thu in-ms that will constitutu the future Clith- olit' High School for Boys, ws I DEDICATED TO NIONI RIXERIXD XXILLIANII ADR!-KN B r N1 1 Thg fmultx md studgms of C ltholln Hwh School for Boxs tlkn gm it plc lSLlI'L III dLLilLlUI1E, thls first ISSLIL of thc C I'LlSldLI' to Hls Ixullcmx Bishop Adm m It xx IS undnr hus IUSPILLS md p ztron in nh If rhn snhool xx is cst lhllshul Vx L plulggg our snlxu to lmplx lustufx hls mt W iXl?1I7 of , V4 3,7 fffc 'L' 'L D 'D gl ' .,.' 'L -1, 7 "'1'r . A . K 1 . 1 1 ' 1 ' ' '1. 11 , '. ' ' - K . AND THE MONSIGNORI OF MEMPHIS Ak i WW" 'N nel, mx Xll:RI.lfN mfxkxm' 1 W W HI mx r IJ mum his - KI mx I P NlHI1Fll:l.l7 11111 L ' L .s l ' l ' , ,A ,.. ' . f W 11 - , . '. f t . . . ' I FN V , - : A l It 4 . X - , . A ' v J 1 n P , . ' ' ' 8 fr. . N - ' 1 - . 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PREDICTIONS OF THINGS TO COME By A -I VENEZIA 'IR Ihe dry has rrrryed The day th IK these brrllrant boys hrye been yyorkrng for four or frve years Yes on thrs dry twenty tvyo scholars are to graduate from Catholre Hrgh School As you srt vyrth tears rn your eyes vyatchrng the lucky senrors proceed uf the arsle to recerye therr drplomas the thoug1t enters your mrnd I vsonder whrch of these wrll succeed and vyhrch shall farl To answer thrs ques tron one must enter rnto the freld of fantasy NX e must yenture rnto places where humans are for brdden to trespass we must endeavor to foretell the future If you should happen to pass the Navy Arr Statron at Mrllrngton some Sunday afternoon and see a plane crazrly careenrng about the sky as rf rt don t knoyy where rt s gorng but vyants to get there fast you can Iry your chrps ten to one that rt s that demon of the ether oe Beck vyho clarms hes gorng to become a prlot rn the regular Navy By the way that s oe wrth hrs head hangrng oyer the srde Srmmre Boldreghrnr could yery easrlv be awarded a contract vyrth a professronal baseball club Asrde transportatron for the rquatrc contarner Qvyater bucket, Frank Domrnronr and Charles Bulmanskr mrght con tract a busrness enterprrse Charles could hold he rergns Qof the horstj vyhrle Frank proclarms I' gotta some gooda Hot Tamales oe Frsher vyho rs an FXPERT trumpeter clarms he has a yob as solo blower After Joe gryes a brg Fan Fare an announcer says And now the horses are paradrng past th pot If eyer you are rn St Agnes Academy for grrls neyer speak the name of Wrllrrd Gay vyrth rrreyerence for rt rs yery lrkely that rf you do your eyes wrll be scratched out XX rllard s ambrtron rs to get marrred so that hrs vyrfe can support hrm Lamar Hall rs the ty prcal doctor ty pe You knovy bloodthrrsty Robert Hannon rs gorng to run for publrc offree He rs gorns, to be a sery ant of the people a defend er of truth and fundamental rrghts of lrberty And I bet he makes the best dog catcher Memphrs ever ha Al e t Loyer Boy Herr wrll probably end up rn the cooler on a brgamy eharge Clarence ohnson rs plannrng to retlre on a farm and rarse potatoes Hell need a potato farm to satrsfv hrs cravrng to mastrcate spuds ames McGrnnrs and Ernest Patrrck are gorng mto the engrneerrng busmess but dont ask me what they re gorng to engrneer XX'rIlram Moe Morarrty who rs now workrng rn the A 'R P food store mrght very well contrnue rn the grocery busmess and open a frurt stand to frnance hrs Ole Mrss scholarshrp Xwhenever a brg story breaks you re sure to see Floyd Sampson hopprng around near the scene Hrs am brtron rs to become a reporter oe and Max Schmrtt two of the quretest boys rn the senror class wrll probably surprrse everybody by becomrng crrcus barkers Charlre Srmpson who rs known as Butterball rs gorng to make hrs bread and butter by sellrng used ats ohrr Spencer rs workrng on a yery secret formula that mrght establrsh hrm as a great chemrst I just hope rt doesn t blow up before he graduates Pete NY'errrch the athletrc type can make hrs lryrng bv playrng prng po g Ira Muscles Ward rs gorng to grve lessons on how to burld a manly body Fugene Wfeber because of the professron he rs con templatmg wrll probably take Iras course Wfe re expectrng Gene to become a pugrlrst Ben Toma yyho left our school at mrd term and vyho was one of the boys who took the Pepsr Cola scholarshrp test rs now at the Unryersrty of Tennes see studyrng to be an archrtectural engrneer May he when he gets establrshed as a leadrng engrneer frn about frfty yearsj he vyrll be the one to burld the New Catholrc Hrgh School In the precedrng paragraphs I haye endeayor d to grye my yersron of what the graduates of our Alma Nlater yyrll end up dorng fof course most of rt was pure nonsense, rn the hereafter HERE rn Memphrs AFTER graduatron Good luck class of 48 and may God be wr you l . . , . , 2 . , A ,, Z , . 2 . 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K ' 'll l ff N. , ft' I ef- l " 'tif 2 I , , .33 S' "5" S WN N UNC, I LXKIJIIIILJ nhg unmr flux nn lhur 1948 e.Iut1m1s I 1 xl sm lc 1 X Ill zu n s Hnluz 1 an CLASS HISTORY OF THE GRADUATES OF 1948 By ALFORD XVOOD The graduates of 1948 as those of 46 and 47 began thelr voyage mto the sea of h1gh school not at Cathollc Hlgh but at the other h1gh schools of Memphls Some came from Sacred Heart some from St Thomas some from St Mary s and some from the old Cathollc Hrgh They had been caught tn thenr freshman year by Bishop Adrlans changmg of the school set up rn Memphl For those unable to recall what has happened smce then the hlstory begms On a bright day rn 1945 a group of expectant young lads were gathered together nn a long llne As they moved through the lme each was mdoctrlnated lI1t0 thc new Cathollc Hugh School for Boys Some were members of th1s same group who wxll be l1n1ng up on May 31 to recelve the1r long aw arted dlplomas Few of them realnzed what was nn store for them durmg the next three years They were ln for somethmg new' Whereas thelr teachers had been nuns now they were taught by prrests It took txme to get adjusted to th1s change but somehow lt dldnt take long for the splrlt of the place to permeate them and they set out to bulld Cathollc Hlgh 1nto THE school of Memphis It would be next to lmposslble to l1st all that thns class has done whlle members of th school The mayorrty of the semor class haye partrclpated nn some actxvxty and those who dnd not were among the enthusnastlc backers of the yartous proyects In the fxeld of sports Morxarxty Werrnch McGmn1s Slmpson Schmntt and others have made a name for themsels es wrth Moe landmg a berth on the Press Sctmltar All Memphls team thls year The Glee Club also had 1ts share of semors wlth Beck Boldreghml and Fnsher headlng the list The class as a whole has been responslble for many pronccts whlch have taken place They sponsored the school s frrst unzor Senlor Prom and concelved the ndea of selllng Chrnstmas cards to support thxs project The purchase of the Mrssal to be used IU the school chapel was brought about through contrlbu txons of therrs As sophs they along wrth the junror class have been chlefly responsnble for mamtenance of the h1gh xdeals and standards set up by Father Ellrott and the faculty In other flelds they have had thetr members take the lead When the Natlonal Honor So cnety Chapter was establxshed at Cathollc Flsher class prestdent for two years was elected as a charter member a posxtlon he has retalned throughout h1s three years here I math and scrence those two wlzards w1th ftgures johnson and Spencer have defrmtely excelled themselves The staff of the Magnet has been prloted by seseral members of the class durlng three years MOIIHIIEY MCGIHHIS B Toma Bulmansk1 Dommnonr the two Schmxtt brothers Wetrrch Herr Weber and Boldreghrnr It was the senlors who along wlth the yur ors gave the example for the sophomores and freshmen rn the crvrc and splrltual dutres of the student body rn donatlons to varlous char1t1es conduct durmg retreats the Weekly Holy Commun1on League and the stngmg on Frrday mornmgs at Mass In summatlon lf may be sald that the gradu atmg class of 1948 leay es behmd them a record of htgh school achrey ement wh1ch may well be follow ed by classes to come They as the preuous two graduatnng classes were pro neers they helped lay the foundattons for thmgs to come And a good job was done by all' ' 9 9 . 1 9 9 9 9 A ' . 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' v , v 9 l , 9 - . . - . . 7- r , - . 9 . . . 7 9 9 9 ' . 7 I LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF CLASS OF 48 As to such estate as lf has pleased the fates and our own strong arms to gxve us we do d1spose of the same as follows OE BECK leaves h1s great deslre to be Prep lxght weight champnon to lmmy Murphy CHARLES BULMANSKI leaves h1s pleasant smlle and qulet nature to Frank Noble ROBERT HANNON vs 1lls h1s ablllty to blush and all around good nature to oe Hamlmg JAMES MCGINNIS leaves h1s pxtchmg sklll to B111 Cooper WILLIAM MORARITY leaves h1s football abllnty and book of phone numbers to Al bert Devoto FLOYD SAMPSON leaves h1s way w1th the women in the capable hands of Pete May nard JOSEPH SCHMITT leaves h1s eye for the basketball basket to Gene Valley MAX SCHMITT vulls h1s tall flgure and black ha1r to ohn Q Stuff Messma JOHN SPENCER leaves h1s Physlcs genxus to anyone who IS sucker enough to take that lovely sc1ence next year PETE WEIRICH leaves h1s easy gomg manner and lxkeable dnsposmon to Phlllp Dattxlo SAM fSamboJ BOLDREGHINI leaves h1s long lowe affair to Tommy ean Clay Garabaldz ALBERT HERR leaves to the faculty the samc thmg they gave hxm a hard way to go GABRIEL TALARICO proudly recexves oe Flshers nose but the brams go to Elbert Bernero Well at last one of the faculty IS happy Father Cashm recerves nothmg else but LAMAR HALL leaves h1s superman bulld to Thomas Dolan CLARENCE fChuckj JOHNSON leaves his potato eating abrlnty to Frank Belenchla EUGENE WEBER leaves h1s boxmg abnllty to V1rg1l fPooky Lawrence WILLARD GAY leaves h1s technique wxth gals and h1s wavy half to DHVld Procter FRANK DOMINIONI w1lls h1s deep love for Model Ts to Louls Ertz IRA WARD leaves hrs masculme features to Wllllam Wulff 7 J Q 1 ' n 1 ' 'T . - J - Q U ,fl l I ' Ernest Patrick's hair. 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' . fwr, HERMAN DIFFEE QQ' FRED ARNOLD :QQ f .,, 4 .uw-" . .3 ,J 'uf X vs, DAN BRLTQH IACK EMERSON XVI LLIAM BAGXWELL PAUL COTHRAN 'IAMES ETHRIDGE FRANK FAVAZZA ANTHONY FARINO JACK GURLEY is kv J XVII.LlAINI HADDEN JOSEPH KALLAHER DONALD KELLY 15- J ' Q - .1 X fi X. qs I X' X wifi FRANK FouER'1's' IOSIZPH GARBLZI NSKI 3 .1 fb ,' , gb-. .Q 7 L Q PETE HIQCQK.-XBY FRED IOLLY gave-f fw' 4 1 ' . ,-sr' ' ' X -my ELMER KLRRLS jOHN LAINE DESNION D LAL X it-3 We 1 'mm 5 41 ixxfw-, XX ALTER MQINEIL xr- i FRED 'VIENZFR N, XX M ww- y J' fag iw N IRC IL LAXX REINC I' JOSEPH wmxm ALEX MONTESI Sw QE "sa,,ti:"' WW few H-E23 L 5 616155-X RK ION! IIII 49" FRANR NIADLIINC ER GEORGE MOORE IOI IS LLC! HFSI CHARLES MENNE BYRON RAMSEY HARRY RIGCQINS A CHARLES STERLE VINCENT TL'RK .'XR'l'Hl 'R SHIPLILY A DONALD STEXYERT DANIEL XVHEELER Q RAYMOND SPENCER 59.1 LOUIS TRICHEL ANTHONY XVILSON ROBERT SPENSER JOEL TROY LARRY WERNE , ,,-W, . ,L ,M vs f H 1' V go.. 0 . A, .y f Zhu C' . Q N ii A ' a 'Qu X 'Y I ,af 5,3 mv fx Mali? fm , The men chosen to guide and develop the Terriers during the past season. At right, Coach Walter O'Meara. former All- Stztte quarterback from Con- necticut and for four years a real Irishman with the lrish of Notre Dame l'niversity'. Coach O'Meara came to Catholic High direct from four years as a pilot with the l.'nited States Navy. Above is pictured Asst. Coach Tony Fahhiano. an All-State player himself from Ohio who later gained fame with the pre- XY'orld XX'ar Il Memphis State Tigers. He served with our armed forces during the XY'ar and returned to Memphis to assist Coach O'Meara and com- plete his studies at Memphis State. FOOTBALL .Xlthotigh not too outstanding in the "won and losti t oltinins ol' the sports pages. the 'l erriers of Catholic High. nevertheless, gained much renown for their outstanding sportsmanship and spirit. The team hattled against over- whelming odds at times hut was never known to say "quit," 'lille "Gallant Terriers" they were frequently called. and they lived up to the name. lt w as Coach Vvalter O'Nle.ira's job to develop outstanding players. outstanding players from the material .it hand. Not too soon will the 'l erriers' opponents in the Nlemphis Prep League forget savage defensive play' of All-City Bill Nlorarity or the little "play hreakeru All-City lfrank Nohle, not to mention the knifing, shoebstring tackles of minute Chuck Mates. 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'awww-' ff'-19" ' --.. .,. , - -... , -- . ,A -"i v I- , -- f -' PLAY BALL. For some years now Catholic, High has been and is one of the major threats in the city in the Memphis Interscholastic Baseball League. Many of the former baseball stars of Catholic High are now making a name for themselves in greener pastures. This year Coach Walter e. O'Meara found himself with an entirely new squad of players with the exception of "?"ff1iiLF Pitcher jim McGinnis. Last year's second- W A place squad was depleted by graduation. Plmlnx ou flux page ybou' 131121.14 Ixalfzlwr fulmrej xlanl- -Q Mai! ming nm' nul, u'bi1e,uf rigbl. f,fIl!l'I7 Ufllmm exjlluifrx the , mfg L c , finer limiufy of fliffbiug lo Pickens Ifduurdx, ,I'flN1NI-1'Gll7'll- lmlfli and Bluldie 7lI'L'II1UlF1.. "F" vi C, baraba cl P not Niaw nard X ques '35 Va B0 deghcn lRr In Manager C1ru.n lzdvs ards D ffcc L BASEBALL SQL AD 7 an fun' I i, ll ', i , A 4' , i' ti, ' l i, 'oopcn r mx' . ' ' , ' i i, ll -, ' i i', 1. ' in, I. ' ' i ', ' -- .A ' Y . Schm HX M nn 5 Tremme LG M LI' Ka ah eara Garbuz nsk OM ach C0 I kk Ba D OD fron! Rau Rose Nlaxnard H Riddle N1 Riddle Vallev Sehmttt Pterotrt Bank Rou Green Nlorarm K Izdvsards Father Len Seramur Coach Mtbmnns M Sehmttt Hodpeson BA KETB LL Father Leo Seramur former star performer on the hardvs oods of M1lxx aukee, W xse , took over the hoopsters of Catholte Hugh for the 48 season and floored a serapptng fue that threatened to upset mans a glant of the Prep League Durxng the season Father Seramur took green matertal and worked them mto potenrlal stars for the eomtng season Lnder hts tute lage Gene Valley jimmy Green and the Riddle bovs showed them- selves to be among the most improved cage stars in the City and are scheduled to be major threats for the Coming season. fa 1. E ,, ,K fffffx f 'ff' 1 I i Aff 1 ' 9 BOX Cfgithulie High had the distinction of the largest group of entrants in the lnterxeliulzutie league Boxing tour- nament fiimlx this season. Couch Rellx' linretm brought his how along througli the aensun tu their peak in the Prep finals. l'1ttm't'zl rm Iluaw lun lmkgw are fimzlisfs in Nw I'.fefw lmzglztf llmrmznlwll. 'I'lJz"y illfllldl' Bill .llUHlVif'1. Hmm'e Sliiplgp, foe lieflf. Cffnzrlia' IJIHI- rmzimf and illdllmlgkl' Ffzlflk illallflfllgwl P1115 IIUIII'-1 Ilnfr11vX,Gi1!n' i1vzllnH'il'll, Fefe ,lluv1r1m'z1 wld Pllllkif l.z1Il VL'l1L'L', L fl? wiv u - .Q 1 I A nga' L.- . 2 ly ' ,bi -'-'Y fn. K ,f ,. f -an J 3- , ff 3151" . rf- A l. 5 JH Q 3' SWIMMIN TEAM X. '57 . lf. . '05 xX9N HG GR OCIETY The Honor Society at Catholic High is possibly the most exclusive on the cam- pus. It is composed of men who have proved themselves not only in studies, but also as all-around participants in school activities. An average of 902 must be maintained throughout the semester plus the require- ment of participation in school activities are the requirements for membership. The Honor Society was originated in the first year of Catholic High School for Boys. Three of the present members are charter members of the Society. 1.efI In right: Dick Perkins, joe R. Brown, Clayton Cargile, Dan Bruce, A. Vcnezia,joe Fisher and Louis Ertz. .w- L , is-4 my 4 Q nh. N , ' I 'W Q.. . i' '- V- .a4..n.l . ,- . - - - V' ' 1 x - an 'S' 1 4 c mr c IJ tu Iirl c 1 u cx hxrltx Xctxrn c lmshcr DR MATICS It IS thc custom of thc 'I hllr ins of C lthollc H1 'h to prcscnt onc pl IX lxc lf For the Past txx o scntccl IU thc cntx Xrscmc lncl Olcl I tcc xx lS prcscntccl m 4 xxtth thc profcsslonallsm of thc Brolclxx tx succcss folloxxccl IH IS hx C h lrlrc s Aunt xxhnch prox cd to be one of the most hnl mous succcsscs cxcr sccn XX nth txxo such succcsscs hchmcl thcm thc Th 1l1 ms tllcc on thc tlsls of Bug Hclrtccl Herbert xx luch xxnll hc prcscntccl thxs xc ar Fxthcr oscph P Grcshcm unclcrtoolc thc cltrcctton of clramltlcs ll K athollc High after Com mv hcrc from I tthcr Rx tn Hleh School nn N lshxlllc Hts success ln IXILITIPIIIS xxlth dramatle procluctlons is mcrclx lcontmu mon of succcsscs begun ln N lshx lllc xx nth thc Purplc Masque Pl lxcrs The Th 111 ms trc m tclc up of stuclcnts from C 1thol1c I-heh School incl the xcrx generous sup port of thc gurls from thc x mous gurl schools tn XILHIPIIIS Q - I QI ' 4. 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" ' ' - The C xtholm Hgh School B1I'lCl pxesented lts flrst offlu ll Chrxstmls Conu rt December 19 194 Thus program xx IS the nmnll om nn 1 sums of progresslxe musxul features glxen bx the Bind 'I he group xx IS lNSlSfC,Cl an eonurt bx the S1CI'LCl He lrt Glu C lub Under the dl reetlon of the Rexerend XX m li CJI'lIlI'I1S md Lee C ornulle 1 PFCJQIIFIT of sured Lhorales and C l1I'lSU11lSUXLffLlI'CN sp lI'lxLCl the musm ClC.P1I'U'l1fI1f mio 1Ll1ILNlflg gre lter music ll goals These LLllnllX1lfLCl nn the VNlI1I1ll'IUOf 1 llI'SflJlXlSl0X1 Xxx 1rd m the Xlxest Tennessee Band Festl x ll this Spfllll Music it C ltholle Ill lm IS ClLflUlILlX on the rise Ind xxe hope that the Band 1nd Glen C lub xxnll soon Ulm their plues lINCJflQ the better INUSIC urcles of West Tennessee .- e Y . 1 ' . . . , . . , 7 ' , 1,7 I 'I 'f A. '.1 A. f -..4 .".vA '-'1 L1 .v v , v . A L, L L, . .. I l C , e . K . v . A .l 1 qi L .L L , , ., ,. . , . , . . . .. K . L 1 . . I n . :S . . 1. . 1 ,L 'gg . 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