Male High School We are the Champions!

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Male High School We are the Champions!
Male High Alumni Brook ‘n’ Breck
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Male High School
We are the Champions!
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Male High Alumni Brook ‘n’ Breck
Male High Alumni Brook ‘n’ Breck
DANCE TEAM
The Louisville Male Dance Team got their season off to a great start with a 1st place win
in the hip hop division at the World Spirit Association National Championships held at the
Louisville International Convention Center. The team recieved a first place banner and National
Championship jackets. The team kept the momentum going by winning the Large Hip Hop
division at the LIT and receiving the Grand Champion award for the highest score of all hip
hop routines performed that day. The team was also blessed with an outstanding achievement
at the LIT competition by being named the first ever Mega Grand Champion of the event.
The team received the award for having the highest score of any team over all of the dance
divisions in the competition that day.
The team received an invitation to compete in the Kentucky State Dance Team Championships,
three championship banners and the Mega Grand Champion trophy which has been engraved
with the dance team’s name. The trophy will be displayed at the school for one year. The dance
team competed in the Kentucky State Dance Team Competition on February 20, 2016. The
team placed second in the state in the very competitive Large Pom Division.
The coaching staff is proud to say that the Louisville Male Dance Team is the 2016 Kentucky
State Large Hip Hop Champions and were also named Grand Champion of the entire event!
The win at state propels the team to set even higher goals for the upcoming season. But most
of all our win at state means that all of the hard work, dedication, and determination to perform
with intensity as a team, was noticed and rewarded. Sheryl Knight ‘90 & Ainsley Thompson,
the coaches, told the team all season-- “perform to be memorable and the rest would fall
into place”. That is what this group of young ladies has done.
Everyone is extremely proud of the efforts and successes our
team has had the entire season.
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FROM THE ALUMNI FROM THE
PRESIDENT . . .
PRINCIPAL’S DESK
Greetings from the
President of the
Alumni Association.
I hope everyone had
a wonderful holiday
season and survived
the winter.
Louisville Male High
School is one of the best schools in the state. Academically Male High School rates with
the top five schools. Everyone knows by
this time about the football team. The team
went 15/0 and won the class six A state
championship.
Be sure to check out the article written by
John Kelsey in this newsletter. We are proud
of all of our sport and academic teams.
If anyone would like to get involved
with the Alumni Association please stop
by the alumni room. The hours are 9:00
am until noon Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday. Everyone is welcome and we
would appreciate anyone who wants to get
involved.
UPCOMING EVENTS
June 2, 2016 – 50 Year Club welcoming the
class of 1966
September 25, 2016 – Hall of Fame Banquet
For God, for Country, for Male.
Earl S. Long, Class of 63
R. TED BOEHM
PLANNING A
BEAKFAST
When Ted was at Fern Creek their alumni
would have breakfast. Ted is looking into
planning this for us. It would be in the fall.
Check our website for more information.
We promise we won’t let him cook!
Wow, what a year we have
had so far! Our football
team was undefeated and
state champion, our dance
team was state champion.
We have a state champion
wrestler, and our basketball
teams have been doing a fantastic job. Both
the girls and boys had very successful seasons.
Spring sports are underway and we believe
we will compete for state championships this
spring! Our students are the absolute best!
When our scores for the state accountability
system came back, we continue to show that
we score at the distinction level, in the 99th
percentile, which is the highest category. Each
year it gets hard and harder to stay at or near
the top, but you would be proud of our staff
and our families for the effort they put in. I
think the old saying, “Anyone can, but Male
does!” is appropriate, as we look at all of our
programs both academic and extra-curricular.
What is hard for me to believe is that I have
really only been here for a year as principal. I
love being part of what is going on at this great
school. Some of the current projects include
renovation of the cafeteria, lights outside,
locker-room work, painting the hallways, and
moving to the lower level of Gheens where
we have an additional nine classrooms. So,
for the first time in a long time, we do not
have teachers moving from room to room on
carts, which is very important. The support
of our alumni association and Ms. Day have
been a great help and we wouldn’t be able to
do these things without your support.
As I close, I want you to know that Male High
School is in a great place and poised to continue
to keep moving forward. There was a song in
1986 titled, The Future’s so Bright, and the lyrics
include, “Things are going great and they’re
only getting better... The future’s so bright, I
gotta wear shades!” That’s where we are at Male
High School – things are great, and the future is
very bright! Thank you for all you do.
Go Dawgs!
Dr. Jim Jury, Principal
VOICE OF JOYCE
WOW! Things are great at Male High
School. We have so many things we are
planning. Hope you will all come back.
Vincel Anthony ‘85 and his Mom came to
the Alumni Room after Vincel spoke. It
was so great to see him and Brenda. They
are really MALE people. Vincel was such a
great athlete and his Mom was always here
to support him. He is also a great person.
Vincel is going to work with Young Men’s
at Male.
Vic Montgomery about
scared me to death when I
heard he had a stroke. He
has recovered and he came
to a Male basketball game.
Another great Bulldog with a Mother (Bertha
String Southerling) who always supported
him at Male. He’s back in Washington
where he works at the Pentagon and does
refereeing on the side.
I am so grateful to Garnett Phelps ‘65 who is
going to head up the BIGGEST FOOTBALL
REUNION AND COOKOUT IN HISTORY
Kirk Day is going to be working on the
cooking.
Ted Boehm, past principal, is head of a
breakfast we are planning for all alumni.
Hope to have several hundred come and eat
some great food and have great fellowship.
George Mercker ‘50 is working with Dr.
Jury to have Hall of Fame members come
back and speak to our students. We want
them to find out what early Male is about.
Ainsley Thompson, adopted alum of Male
(and my daughter), and Sheryl Knight ‘90
have won Mega Champion at the LIT and
Grand Champion at the state championship.
We took a bus to Bowling Green to see the
State Championship and we all had a ball
on the bus and at the game. Our side sang
“Dear Ole High School”. So proud of how
our bulldogs act at games.
Be sure to read about all our sports teams and
how much they have accomplished. UofL
may have Tom Jurich, but we have JOHN
KELSEY, the greatest AD in the country.
Male High Alumni Brook ‘n’ Breck
GHOSTS OF OLD
MALE HIGH SCHOOL
Excerpt from GHOST OF OLD
LOUISVILLE by David Domine
(copyright 2005)
Across the street from the former Johnson
residence, the site of Victorian Louisville’s
most heinous crime, sits Old Male High
School, a majestic 1914 structure that
fortunately survived several recent short
sighted attempts to bulldoze it.
However, it seems that when the lights go
down in this local landmark, the building
takes on a life of its own. A laborer who
stayed late one night to complete some
renovation work claims he turned off every
light in the enormous building before he
locked up and ran to his car in the parking
lot. But he says his heart almost jumped
up in his throat when he pulled out onto
the street in front of the old school and saw
every single window ablaze with light. He
ran back inside and spent ten minutes
turning out lights. When he entered the
large auditorium the last part of the building
he needed to turn off - he claims he saw
a strange man staring down at him from
the interior balcony He faded away into
nothingness after a few seconds. When the
disturbed worker left the second time, he
made sure he drove out a back way so he
wouldn’t have to pass in front of the school.
Several people claim they have heard
mysterious groans late at night when they
were the only people in the building, and
they agree that it didn’t sound like pipes or
anything else mechanical that can sometimes
be blamed. Some have attributed the strange
noises to the ghost of Jennie Bowman, the
young servant girl who was brutally attacked
across the street in the late 1880s, but the
spirit of a former student apparently survives
as well. An old school legend claims that a
former student beaten to death by his father
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in the 1920s still walks the hallowed halls of
the imposing structure.
Marie Sandoval worked for a child care
center housed in the old schoolhouse and
she claims to have received a disturbing visit
from the unfortunate boy one night. “We
were usually closed and gone by 6:30
P.M. But one night I went home and realized
I had left my purse behind. My husband and
I had gone out for dinner and we stopped
on the way home so I could get it.” Marie
recalls the exact time she entered the
building to retrieve her bag that evening. “It
was exactly ten after ten, and it was really
dark and spooky outside, I ran to my desk
and got my purse from the drawer, and as I
was reaching for my keys I looked up and
saw this little boy looking at me.”
At first Sandoval was overcome with fear
that a child had been left behind at the
daycare center, but when she got a closer
look at the boy she realized that wasn’t the
case. “I saw his face was all bruised, and
there was blood all over his head and on his
hands. He was ghastly pale and almost blue. I
just shrieked and ran out of the building to
husband in the car. He didn’t believe me and
said I had drunk too much at dinner.” But at
work the following Monday, Marie says she
shared her story with a coworker who had
had a similar experience and described the
same apparition.
Several other individuals in the Old Male
High School claim that they have witnessed
paranormal activity in certain parts of
the building, including levitating objects,
unexplained cold spots, and loud moans and
sobs. Could they be the sobs of a young boy
beaten to death by his father many years
ago? Could they be the sad moans of a poor
servant girl who died in agony in the late
1880s? Many neighborhood residents feel
that these are secrets only the Old Male High
School can tell.
SPECTATOR
A DEFENSE OF IDLENESS
By Gordon Brigham
Contrary to what many people believe,
idleness is an exacting science, demanding
much time and study on the part of the
would-be idler. A master of the art of
idleness can well be proud of himself, for he
has an opportunity that few others will ever
have, to enjoy life. Those skeptical people
who degrade idleness do so only because
they have never had the opportunity to enjoy
it themselves.
Idleness is beneficial for several reasons. Its
chief advantage lies in developing physical
and mental well-being. The body is never
dangerously overworked. A true idler plans
and organizes every detail of his time,
thus promoting the efficiency of his mind.
A person really interested in becoming a
proficient idler find his time so completely
occupied that he has not a minute to run
around saying and doing things that might
rouse the ire of others.
Idleness also develops a person’s initiative,
because he gets out of it only what he puts
into it. There is nothing more satisfying than
time well spent in idleness. In conclusion, I
say that idleness is profitable to more people
than just the idler. The idler becomes so
engrossed with his occupation that he has
no time to make himself a burden on others.
This is the greatest virtue of idleness.
PLEASE REMEMBER,
THE HALL OF FAME IS
IN THE WORKS AND WE
WOULD APPRECIATE
YOUR NOMINATION. THE
FORM CAN BE FOUND
ON THE WEBSITE.
Male High Alumni’s Web site; use it often, www.malealum.org
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LACROSSE
The Male High School Boys Lacrosse team
is returning a strong core of 9 seniors. We
are looking at this season to be one of the
most promising in the history of the team.
We have high expectations for ourselves
and we hope our success will help draw out
more and more Male High School fans. Also
a congratulations to midfielder Kris Stone
on committing to play Div III lacrosse at
Transylvania University. SOFTBALL
The 2016 Softball team is once again one
of the top teams in the state of Kentucky.
With a State Runner-Up finish in 2015, this
year’s team is working hard to conquer that
last hurdle and bring home the school’s 1st
state championship. While many schools
would have to rebuild after losing seven
seniors that all contributed at the varsity,
this year’s team is loaded with talent that
should continue the success of the program.
The softball program prides itself on hard
work, toughness, and playing the best
competition possible. This season we will be
competing against top teams from the states
of Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee, Indiana,
Alabama, and Florida. With the goal of a 4th
straight regional championship and a trip to
the state tournament, we look forward to the
challenges ahead.
We want to thank the Alumni Association for
all their support in making our facilities the
best they can be. Your support has increased
the level of pride within the program and we
are extremely grateful!
Go Dogs!
Josh Bloomer, Head Coach
GIRLS GOLF
LMHS had just enough players (4) to make a
team, one of which was an 8th grader.
They still managed to produce a 9-1 record
with junior Faythe Turner leading the way
with team’s lowest scoring average.
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VOLLEYBALL
by staying healthy and stoping diabetes.
They also volunteered to get two elementary
The Volleyball team, led by all region player schools (Okolona & Price) cheer programs
and Captain Lexie Gatewood, wrapped started. The Male H.S. cheerleaders made all
up the 2015 season with a 19-19 record. these accomplishments while simultaneously
Seniors Jordan Horne, Audrey Jarboe, cheering in support of the football team and
Madison Peyton, and Ashley Wheatley girls/boys basketball. We will continue the
guided the team to a second place finish in Male Pride in the cheer Program and it is
the District and a runner up finish in the always great to be a Bulldog! JCPS volleyball tournament. Freshman
Brenna Valsted and Camryn Rich were key “WE ARE MALE HIGH”
freshman contributors and earned all-district Coach Marletta Firman
awards.
Junior Megan Soloman along with
Sophomores Hallie Osborne and Jennie
Malone took home our Bulldog awards for
the 2015 season. This award is given to the
players. The best exemplify what a Bulldog
volleyball player should be on and off the
court. The most outstanding players for the
2015 season were Camryn Rich (freshman),
Caroline Tino (Junior Varsity) and Lexi
Gatewood (Varsity).
CHEERLEADERS
The 2015/16 Male H.S. cheerleaders went
to UCA cheer camp. We got Blue Superior
Ribbons and the spirit stick all four days we
were evaluated. This allowed us to be invite
to the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl and
perform pre-game. We qualified for UCA
Nationals. We were the camp champions for
the Extreme routine 1st place out of 6 large
varsity teams. We also were selected by the
other 35 teams to receive the Leadership
Plaque for the entire camp. Three girls made
All American and 2 of them (Cierra Isom,
Madison Olhmann) attended the London
New Years Day Parade. We received 1st at
the 7th regionals in the super large division.
This advanced us to KHSAA State. We
received 3rd in the State out of 15 Super
large teams. Our competition season was
finished off with 1st in super large division
at the LIT competition. The Male cheerleaders worked in the
community by volunteering at the diabetes
walk. They helped keep people motivated
TEAM ON THE RISE
Louisville Male Boys Soccer was led
this fall by, first year coaches and Male
Alumni, Head Coach Daniel Anderson ‘96
and Assistant Coach John Seewer ‘11. Our
goal this season was to establish a great
work ethic, respect for our opponents, and
reflect the values of our great school. The
Boys’ team had adversity pop up around
every corner: injuries, limited availability
of players, to even a four hour bus break
down on the highway. In the end, we always
moved forward and the players played their
hearts out.
On the field, the Bulldogs struggled at
times against more established opponents.
But, we continued to grow. After knocking
off #1 State, #7 Nationally Ranked Trinity,
the Rocks only regular season defeat, our
progress was starting to show. We logged the
toughest schedule for 2015 season, playing
9 of the top 10 teams in the state. Our final
loss came in a tough match with Collegiate
where we had many chances on goal, but
could not find the back of the net. We bid
farewell to the only senior class at Male in
the last 15 years to beat St.X and Trinity in
back to back years. The Bulldogs will return
16 players with varsity experience next
season. The future looks good. To all alumni,
Boys Soccer has started an ALUMNI Night
tradition. We had over 40 players and
coaches return last year. All former players,
please come out next season and support
your current Bulldogs.
Daniel Anderson ‘96
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CLASS NOTES
PATRICIA TOWELL MARTIN ’56 teaches
at White Oak Senior Center in Silver Spring,
MD, and helps about 990 seniors from all
over the world continue with their life in
USA. Her grandson, Nick Donner, is Captain
on American Airlines and Chase Donner
received his MBA from Emory in Atlanta &
proposed to his girlfriend, Callie. They will
marry in October in Lexington. Their sister,
Amelia Higdon is expecting my first great
grandchild in June 2016.
ALEX MACKEY ’09 married Katelyn
Blandford (Owensboro Catholic) on
September 26, 2015. They both graduated
from UK in 2013. Alex works for UK in the
Enrollment Management Department as the
Interactive Communications Specialist.
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CLASS
CELEBRATIONS
1966
MALE HIGH CLASS OF ‘66 50 YEAR
REUNION - Save the Date!!!
Thurs, June 2, 2016 - Sat, June 4, 2016.
Contact Ann Carter Guess at [email protected]
com or call 502-426-8815 with your contact
info. Keep Track on Facebook as well @ 1966
Male High School Class Reunion. A flyer
detailing the entire event will be sent out soon.
1967
h t t p s : / / w w w. f a c e b o o k . c o m /
groups/907106346016792/
The above link is where members are
organizing to confirm an interest for the
2017 50th year reunion. Janice Bishop
Carter is chairing the committee.
1971
No information
1976
We ran into Greg Wilson ‘76 in Wal-mart’s
parking lot. He told us about 76’s reunion.
Reunion will be held Aug. 19-21, 2016.
Check Facebook, Louisville Male High
School Class of 1976 Reunion, for more
information.
1981
ALUMNI OBITS
LINCOLN LEWIS ‘44.5
DAVID LAURENCE JONES ‘47.5
WARREN BROWN SEEKAMP ‘43.5
HAROLD BALE ‘47
WALTER LACY ‘39.5
STUART GROSSMAN ‘47
SAMUEL MILTON STONE ‘41
HERMAN HOOVER CRASE ‘46
BUDDY LEE PADGETT
SHEILA JEAN GATHRIGHT ‘73
ARLAN GHOLSTON, JR. ‘73
THEODORE BATES ‘41
WM. BOLAND KELLY ‘44
DAVID WHITNEY GRAY ‘49
JOHN R. WOLFE ‘34
FRANK K. SOUTHWORTH ‘43.5
Two different ticket packages are being
offered:
Early bird special (February 1-March 18) is
$55 per person & $110 for couples.
Regular package (March 19 – September 25)
is $75 per person & $150 per couple.
If any of our 96ers have his/her own
business, know of someone who is interested
in advertising in the reunion program, or
just want to write a brief bio about his/her
life, ads are available. Whole pages are
$125, half pages are $75, & quarter pages
are $25 (some additional charges may exist
depending upon design).
Visit the class Facebook page: LMHS
Class of 96 or visit the website: http://
malehigh96.webs.com
2001
Contact Erica D. Bledsaw. Check Facebook
page, Male High School Class of 2001
Reunion.
2006
Planning a reunion for July 16. Contact
Kayla Lehring for more information at
[email protected]
Gaynell Luttrell ‘59
Glenda Bloodworth ‘62
No information
1986
Reunion plans in the making for October
around the Male - Manual game. For
more information contact John O’Hara at
[email protected]
1991
25th reunion will be held Saturday, June
25th. Activities will be scheduled on Friday.
Contact Jennifer Schwartz Scutchfield for
more information, [email protected] or
859-482-9808.
1996
LMHS class of 1996 alumni, your 20 year
reunion is quickly coming up. The reunion is
being held at Churchill downs on Saturday,
November 6, 2016 from 11am to 6pm. It will
be a day of live racing & memory making.
ONCE A BULLDOG,
ALWAYS A BULLDOG.
Two Principals come
for a visit. Welcome Joe
Burks and Ted Boehm to
the Alumni Room!
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HELP NEEDED
GAYNELL AND GLENDA ARE
WORKING VERY HARD ON
PRESERVING OUR PAST. THEY
SURE COULD USE SOME HELP SO
IF YOU HAVE ANY TIME PLEASE
COME BY AND GIVE THEM A
HAND.
WE ALSO ARE LOOKING FOR
SOMEONE WHO WOULD LIKE TO
BE OUR HISTORIAN. TO PRESERVE
WHAT WE ARE DOING THIS YEAR
FOR THE FUTURE. PLEASE GIVE
US A CALL AT 485-8826 IF YOU
WOULD LIKE TO HELP.
HOF Members -
VINCEL ANTHONY
IF YOU ARE NOT
THE PERSON THIS IS On February 25, 2016 Mr. Vincel Anthony,
Male High class of 1985, spoke to our
ADDRESSED TO,
student body concerning Black History
PLEASE SEND NEW month. Anthony is “A Leader’s Leader.” Highly
INFORMATION TO Mr.
talented business development professional
with over 10 years of experience in
LMHSKYALUM
Corporate America & the IT world. Students
attended his program found it to be very
@AOL.COM OR CALL who
inspirational and motivating.
(502) 485-8826
Thank you Vincel for taking time to give
back and sharing your message with our
AND LEAVE A
Male High family.
MESSAGE.
The following Hall of Fame Members have passed away.
HERB VINE 1941
PIERCE LIVELY 1939
Owner of car dealership.
He was inducted in 1989.
6th Circuit Court of Appeals
Judge. He was inducted in 1987.
EARL MAGRUDER 1953
JCPS Principal and Board of Directors. He
was inducted in 2012.
DR. CHARLES DAVIS 1943
W. DWIGHT GAHM 1936
Medical Doctor. He was inducted in 2005.
Owner of Valhalla Golf Club. He was
inducted in 1993.
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Big News!
Be A Part Of It!
GARNETT PHELPS – is planning the
biggest football reunion to cover all decades
at Male High School. He needs help. If you
want to help call 485-8826 and we will put
you in touch. LETS SHOW THE WORLD
WHAT MALE HIGH HAS FOR GOD FOR
COUNTRY FOR MALE
To all family and friends of LMHS,
I need your help and support! The LMHS
Alumni Association has asked me to
organize a historic “Football Reunion”. The
concept is to bring “All” former players
together “for Dear Old High School” one
more time in a show of unity and celebration.
The celebration date is September 16th,
2016, which is a Friday football game this
coming fall season. I want to connect with
interested classmates of the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s
80’s, 90’s and 2000 that want to be involved
in this endeavor.
This is just a preliminary notice. THERE
WILL BE A FORMAL INFORMATION
GATHERING MEETING, COMING
SOON. I am working with Mrs. Joyce
Day, in the LMHS Alumni Office. Please
convey interest to her or me via your best
communication. This endeavor has the
potential to be something special and
monumental. I encourage you to help me
out. I am accessible anytime through many
sources of connections. Let me hear from
you, as we go forward. “IT’S ON”! Garnett F Phelps, Class of ‘65.
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CLASS OF 2016
BURIED FOOTBALL
Class of 2016
To the significance of the buried football.
We buried the football to speak things into
existence. A State Championship. We came
together as a brotherhood and said our time
being here we will get a championship before
we leave. We did it. It was buried with all
the players names on the football. With all
the memories we will come to reminisce
when we unearth the football. We came to
a conclusion we would unearth the football
when we won a State Championship. The
football was buried on the practice field
next to the equipment shed. It came about
because of the extraordinary talent and poise
from the Class. No doubt that Class of 2016
was going to be remarkable!
Say the least, the football is a piece of history
that will be cherished forever. This football
is a complete symbol of our season, in a
nutshell. A definition of great tradition, Male
pride, and the Love we have for the game.
Thanks Male for the great opportunity! Love
forever from the Class of 2016. Peace and
blessings. Go Bulldogs for Life!
#24 T’omar Stallworth
Class of 2016
Male High Alumni Brook ‘n’ Breck
What the football means to 2016. After
completing the first undefeated freshman
season in years, the Class of 2016 got
together with an assistant coach, Coach
Brewer, and decided we were going to make
more history before leaving Male High
School as graduates.
So the class of 2016 all signed a football
and dug a hole in the practice field. We
buried that football and placed a brick on
top as the head stone. We promised that we
would dig up the football once we became
State Champions. Nobody knew about the
goal we had set for ourselves. We used that
football as motivation and that we began
our legacy as Male High School’s most
memorable class to play football. Breaking
records, ending streaks, defeating rivals and
private schools, power houses and winning a
state championship.
That football was the base of our success and
it will forever be remembered along with the
class of 2016.
#76 Isaiah Arnold
Class of 2016 Offensive Lineman
Louisville Male High School
Alumni Association
Office Hours:
Tues., Wed., Thurs. - 9 am to noon
502-485-8826
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www.malealum.org/kiosk (Hall of Fame)
email: [email protected]
Alumni Director
Joyce Day
Board of Directors
Earl Long ’63, President
Ernie Miller ’47, 1st Vice President
Buddy Berthold ’53, 2nd Vice President
Pat Robinson ’55, Secretary
Mike Craig ‘62, Treasurer
Carey Guess ‘63
John Conn ’56
Scott Shouse ’80
Bill Fryrear ’52
Doryan Williams ’91
Ron Dowdell ’56
Nick Reed Ad
Winston Bennett ‘83
Newsletter Staff
Joyce Day Ad
Bill Fryrear ’52
Lee Jackson ’49 (Artist)
Ernie Miller ’47
Gene Rhodes ’46
Ed Shadburne ‘46
John Kelsey, Athletic Director
Pat Brownfield ‘59
Gaynell Luttrell ‘59
Glenda Bloodworth ‘62
Mike Craig ‘62
George Mercker ‘50
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Louisville, KY
Permit No. 295
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
DUES ARE REALLY DOWN. ONLY 400 PEOPLE HAVE PAID
THEIR DUES AND WE CANNOT OPERATE ON THAT
AMOUNT OF MONEY. YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS WOULD
RELIEVE US FROM SO MUCH POSTAGE. ALSO, REMEMBER
YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE BECAUSE OF MALE HIGH SCHOOL.
DONATE ANY AMOUNT YOU WOULD LIKE AND MAIL TO:
LOUISVILLE MALE HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI,
PO BOX 43688, LOUISVILLE, KY 40253-0688
KEEP CHECKING THE WEBSITE! SOON YOU WILL
HAVE THE OPTION TO PAY DUES ONLINE.
FOR GOD, FOR COUNTRY, FOR MALE.

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