Sunday, August 18, 2019

Timeline: May 1946

  • May 1946 Anecdotes

    Yearbook Photos

    Yearbook has photos of graduating seniors, most valuable athletes, most popular senior [Note: Charlie Avery is not included because he needed an extra half year to graduate. A separate article covers him in The Roundup May 1947]

  • May 1, 1946 Sports

    Rangers Nickname

    Ed Maher (first lay faculty member ‘42) gave the football team its nickname “Rangers”; he once lived in the city of Ranger, Texas and liked the town.

  • May 1, 1946 Sports

    New Coach

    Veteran Paul Tyson, who has more Texas high school championships than any other coach, named head football, basketball, and baseball coach

  • May 31, 1946 Anecdotes

    First Graduation of Four Year Students

    Commencement was held in the high school auditorium. This was the first class to complete 4 years at Jesuit. The Bishop Lynch trophy was awarded to Joseph Leverette.

    The Roundup 5/46