ST. AUGUSTINE’S GRAMMAR SCHOOL
MANCHESTER

PRESENTATION

OF THE

Manchester Teachers'

MEMORIAL TROPHY

by the

Manchester Schools’ Games Federation

in the

SCHOOL ASSEMBLY HALL

Friday 8th December. 1967, at 2-30 p.m.

 

 

THE MANCHESTER TEACHERS WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR

COUNTRY IN THE TWO WORLD WARS OF THIS CENTURY

1914—1918

R. H. ALLEN
R. H. BEDFORD
J. BRADBURY
L. C. BROWNJOHN
J. F. BYRNE
I. CHORLTON
J. CLARKE
J. CLEARY
J. COLLINSON
P. CREWE
D. W. CRICK
W. CROFTS
G. DANIELS
C. E. DAVIES
W. K. DUDDLE
J. DYSON
P. FREEMAN
T. HALLWORTH
G. W. HAYES
E. J. HEALD
T. HEYWOOD
L. T. HIGGINS
G. H. HINDE
K. KIRKPATRICK
J. LALLEY
H. LEA
F. LEIGH
H. LOMAS
F. BROMWELL
C. LOWTHER
J. W. MARSDEN
H. MARSHALL
R. MASON
J. MATHIEU
D. MCINTYRE
F. MELEM
F. E. METCALFE
I ORMROD
J. PARKER
S. RAVENSCROFT
L. RILEY
B. F. SCULLY
J. SEDGWICK
A. G. SMITH
R. F. SMITH
T. R. STURLEY
W. TAYLFORTH
R. O. THORP
J. S. UPTON
C. K. VALENTINE
N. VERNON
H. P. WATTS
G. WHITTAKER(1)
G. WHITTAKER(2)
R. H. WILLIAMS
H. WILLOT
H. WHITHAM
C. P. WOOD

1939—1945

E. KIRKBY
J. O. MACDONALD
T. R. PEARSON
I. SCHOLES
L. TRAYNOR
F. G. KINSEY
D. PERCIVAL
D. C. LEGG
J. W. EGAN
W. G. BATE
P. J. LAVIN
W. F. WATKIN
A. R QUINN
M. F. DAWSON
J. E. ABERDAIN
J. POULTER
E. T. J. AMBURY
J. E. NICHOI.SON

REQUIEM AETERNAM DONA EIS DOMINIE ET LUX
PERPETUA LUCEAT EIS REQUIESCANT IN PACE

 

 

ORDER OF CEREMONY

(Musical Direction by MR J. DENNISON, L.L.C.M.)

  1. The National Anthem—adapted from Sir Michael Costa’s arrangement

God save our gracious Queen,
Long live our noble Queen,
God save the Queen;
Send her victorious,
Happy and glorious,
Long to reign over us,
God save the Queen,

O Lord, our God, arise,
Scatter her enemies,
And make them fall.
Confound their politics,
Frustrate their knavish tricks,
On Thee our hopes we fix,
God save us all.

Thy choicest gifts in store
On her be pleased to pour;
Long may she reign.
May she defend our laws
And ever give us cause
To sing with heart and voice,
God save the Queen.

2. Welcome to Guests, by the Rev. F. B. CARROLL. Chairman of the Governing Body.

3. Anthem by Martin Shaw, taken from Isaiah 48, 20 and Psalm 66, 3—2

With a voice ol’ singing
Declare ye this, and let it be heard.
Alleluia.

Utter it even to thc ends of the earth,
The Lord hath delivered his people.
Alleluia.

O be joyful in God, all ye lands,
O sing praises to the honour of his name.
Make his praise to be glorious.

With a voice of singing
Declare ye this, and let it be heard,
Alleluia.

4. The History of the Trophy by Mr. F. BRIGGS,
Headmaster of St. Anne’s C. of E. Secondary School. Newton Heath. Hon. Secretary. Manchester Schools’ Games Federation.

5. Presentation of the Trophy by Mr. A. LIVERSEDGE,
Headmaster of the Greenmount Secondary School. Chairman, Manchester Schools’ Games Federation.

6. Acceptance of the Trophy by Mr. N. DUNN,
District Inspector of Schools for the City of Manchester.

7. Reception of the Trophy on Behalf of the School by ADAM ZASLONA

8. Address by the Rev. F. J. McGUINESS, Headmaster.

9. Hymn from the Vespers for Christmas, arranged by Oreste Ravanello

Jesu, Redemptor omnium,
Quem lucis ante originem.
Parem paternac gloriac
Pater supremus edidit.

Memento, rerum Conditor,
Nostri quod olim corporis,
Sacrata ab alvo Virginis
Nascendo, formam sumpseris.

Jesu, tibi sit gloria,
Qui natus es de Virgine,
Cum Patre et alma Spiritu.
In sempiterna saecula. Amen.

  1. Prayers, pronounced by the Rev. J. TAGGART, Parish Priest, Church of St. John Fisher and St. Thomas More, Benchill.
  2. Hymn. Lobe den Herren, by J. Neander, translated by C. Winkworth and others, to the tune, Hast dii denn. Jesu

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty. the King of creation;
O my soul, praise him, for he is thy health and salvation:
Come, ye who hear,
Brothers and sisters, draw near.
Praise him in glad adoration.

Praise to the Lord, who doth prosper thy work and defend thee
Surely his goodness and mercy here daily defend thee:
Ponder anew
All the Almighty can do,
He who with love doth befriend thee.

Praise to the Lord! O let all that is in me adore him!
All that hath life and breath, come now with praises before him!
Let the amen
Sound from his people again:
Gladly for ay we adore him.

 

GOVERNING BODY

The Rev E. B. CARROLL (Chairman)
The Very Rev. M. KEHOE
A. W. MCNALLY
The Rev R. J. FALLON
T. HURLEY
J. RUSSELL
Alderman P. BUCKLEY
Alderman II. S. GATLEY
Councillor A. A. O’CONNOR
Councillor B. B. WILLIAMS
Mr. F. BELL
Mr. J. HUSSEY

Clerk to the Governors: THE REV. L. ST. JOHN

 

SCHOOL STAFF 1967-8

Headmaster:

The Rev. F. J. MeGUINESS, S.T.L., M.A.

Assistant Masters:

Rev. R. J. ABBOTT, S.T.L., PILL., MA.
Mr. A. R. ADDIS. N.D.D.. A.T.D.
Mr. M. A. ALLEN. BA.
Mr.R. G. BEELEY, B.Sc.
Mr. M. A. BRENNAN, M.A.
Mr. J. DENNISON. L.L.C.M.
Mr. P. V. FOLEY, BA.
Mr E. A. HARTLEY. B.Sc.
Mr. A. W. HEWITT, BA.
Mr. D. HOWELLS. Dip.P.E.
Mr J. A. MCCABE. B.A.
Mr T. McSWEENEY. BA.
Mr I. RICE, BA.
Mr H. RIGBY, BA.
Mr A. M. SHAW. B.Sc.
Mr D. SMITH. A.M.I. Mech.E.
Rev. J. H. STRATTON. B.A.
Mr B. THORPE. BA.
Mr F. WHITEMAN, D.L.C.

Registrar: Mrs. R. FARR

 

 

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS IN SPORT OF THE BOYS OF ST

AUGUSTINE'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL DURING THRE FIRST TWO

ACADEMIC YEARS OF THE SCHOOL'S EXISTENCE

ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL

1965-1966 1st year —Champions of Manchester Schools' F.A. and of League, Section A
  2nd year—Finalists in Football Championship of Manchester Catholic Athletic Association
1966-1967 1st year —Champions of Manchester Schools’ F.A. and of League, Section A
  2nd year—Champions of Manchester Schools’ F.A.. League and Football Championship ol Manchester Catholic Athletic Association

ATHLETICS

1965-1966 Sale Harrier's Trophy
Manchester Schools’ Championship, Under-12
Bishop Marshall Relay. Under-12
1966-1967 Sale Harrier's Trophy
Bishop Marshall Relay, Under-12 and Under-14
Manchester Schools Championship. Under-12 and Under-14
Runners-up in Manchester and District Athletic championship (able to compete in only half the events)

BASKETBALL

1965-1966 Under-12 Champions of Manchester Schools Basketball Association
Under-13 Finalists. Manchester and District Catholic Schools' Championship
1966-1967 Under- 13 Champions of Manchester Schools Basketball Association and of Manchester and District Catholic Schools’ Championship
Champions of South Manchester League
Under-14 Joint Winners of South Manchester League
Finalists in Manchester and District Catholic Schools’ Championship

CROSSCOUNTRY

1965-1966 Champions of South Manchester League. Under-12
Champions of North East Cheshire League. Under-12
Bob Watts Trophy
Champions of Manchester Schools’ Association, Under-12
Champions of Manchester Catholic Schools
1966-1967 Runners-up in South Manchester League. Under-12
Champions of South Manchester League, Under-13
Champions of Northern Schools, Under-13

RUGBY FOOTBALL

1965-1966 1st year - undefeated against Manchester Schools - played 13, won 12, drawn 1
1st year - played 16. won 12, drawn 2, lost 2
2nd year - played 20. won 11, drawn 2, lost 7

SWIMMING

Winners of Wythenshawe Junior Squadron League.