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Called “Blue Knights9"
Athletic teams at St. Aloysios’
Academy high school. New Lexing
ton, will be known as the “Blue
Knights" beginning this year.
The name was chosen through a
contest by the student athletic as
sociation with Barbara Koonts.
president of the Senior Class, pick
ing the eventual winner.
The squad also adopted a '‘Blue
Knights” emblem which is heart
shaped and outlined with the
Rosary. The new name and em
blem were chosen because of the
dedication of the team members to
the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Annual booster drive of the ath
letic association got under way re
cently to purchase equipment, pro
vide transportation and pay neces
sary fees. The Rev. Charles Jones,
assistant pastor at St. Rose’s par
ish, New Lexington, will coach the
Blue Knights athletic squads this
season.
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The idea received a warm boost
from Father John J. Cavanaugh,
C.S.C., president of Notre Dame,
who said: “The Ward plan is sim
ple, ingenious, and although sur
prising could bo what everyone
interested in retaining the good in
intercollegiate athletics has been
looking for.”
I
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the widespread recruiting
subsidizing revolve around
coach and he believes
evil would be removed, under
It
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and
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anonymous and who, axa»parat
•d by the poor showing of his
muscular young men in practice,
gathered the squad about him,
held aloft a football, and began
his lecture with a slight hint of
sarcasm.
"This, gentlemen, is a foot
ball," he said grimly, only to
have a largo, flop-eared lineman
blurt:
"Please, Coach, not so fasti"'
his plan, because the coach would
not be particularly interested in
obtaining athletes whom he could
not use since he would be in some
other school the next year.
Our opinion (since it has been
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be relieved ol the responsibility of
obtaining player material, but this
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By Lisle W. Blackburn
(Marquette Univer«ity Football Coach)
College athletics have no stronger friend than
Arch Ward, Chicago sports editor and promoter of
the annual All-Star football classic. Mr. Ward—a
Catholic, by the way—is a defender of amateur
athletics, and a booster for all that is good and
wholesome in sports.
We have been asked what we think of Mr.
Ward’s recent revolutionary proposal for solving
some of the so-called major ills in the college ath
letic scene.
You may recall that the Chicago writer suggest
ed that major universities and colleges in various
sections of the country be divided
into groups, according to their
football strength and salary scales
and that football coaches in each
group could serve the same school
Only one year and then move to
another institution in the circuit.
Spring practice would be abolish
ed and alumni criticism, it is hop
ed, would be reduced to a mini
mum.
“When your house is on fire, you
try to do something about it,”
wrote Mr. Ward. “If you act in
time, there’s a fair chance you will
save it. If you do nothing it will
burn to the ground, forever de
stroyed. A conflagration threatens
to wipe out intercollegiate foot
football.”
Mr. Ward is genuinely alarmed
about the “moral breakdown” in
college football the proselyting,
the lack ol player loyalties, the
alumni pressure, the. win-or-else at
titude, the scholastic chicanery, all
of which have been brought out in
more or less recent developments
of nationwide interest. On the oth
er hand, he recognizes the sport
for the great institution which it
is and believes it can be straight
ened out through some house
cleaning and reorganization.
THE CATHOLIC TIMES, ‘FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1951
Ramblers Ready For Saturday Clash With Rosary
A
Twelve St. Mary's, Columbus, seniors who hope to rack up the hopes of Rosary's Crusaders of Columbus
this Saturday at South field, pause for a moment during practice sessions this week. The upset-minded
twelve are, left to right, Charles Lahr, Richard Brooker, Rex King, Harry Brown, Al Cincione, James
Moore, John Griesenbrock, Bill Endres, Bob Brake, Bill Wonn, Howard Bauman, and Ca/I Moeller.
|-----------------On the Ball----------------
Arch Ward’s Plan May Halt
Football’s 'Moral Breakdown’
its alumni would
The school and
still want a winner, no matter who
is the coach.
We think Mr. Ward has achieved
one real goal he had in mind. His
plan was widely publicized, and
has generated thinking where
thinking ought to be done. Now,
for some action!
WHEN THEY PLAY
Friday, Oct. 19
DETROIT AT BOSTON COL
LEGE
Central Iowa at ST. AMBROSE
Duluth at ST. THOMAS
XAVIER (O.) at Louisville
Saturday, Oct. 20
Chattanooga at DAYTON
SAN FRANCISCO at FORD­
HAM
U.
HOLY CROSS at New York 1
Case at JOHN CARROLL
Luther at LORAS
MARQUETTE at Tulsa
NOTRE DAME at Pittsburgh
Washburn at ST. BENEDICT
Concordia at ST. JOHN’S
(Minn.)
Butler at ST. JOSEPH’S
St. Olaf at ST. MARY'S (Minn.)
ST. MICHAEL at American Inti.
ST. NORBERT at LEWIS
ST. PROCOPIUS at Stanford
VILLANOVA at Kentucky
Sunday, Oct. 21
Montana Miners at CARROLL
Quantico at ST. BONAVEN
TURE
SCRANTON at ST. VINCENT
Members of the Football Writ
ers' Association have tor years
been agitated by the service, or
lack of it, which they receive in
New York City's major football
parks. It is refreshing, therefore
to read in the FORDHAM grid
brochure ot the many courtesies
being extended to the press by
Publicitor Ned Curran now that
the Rams have moved their home
games to Randalls Island stadium
O-o-o-ps, we re sorrv! Complete
ly overlooked LEWIS COLLEGE
of Lockport, 111., in our midwest
ern preview, and we welcome this
comparative newcomer to the Cath
olic football scene. The Flyeis are
coached by Bernie Masterson, for
mer Nebraska and Chicago Bears’
backfield star, and recently sur
prised with a convincing triumph
over strong ST. AMBROSE. They
are playing in the Midlands con
ference, a midwestern Catholic
loop.
HOLY CROSS and VILLANOVA
appear to be the Catholic grid pow
erhouses of the East this fall -too
bad they won’t meet. NOTRE
DAME has established itself in the
Middle West and SAN FRANCIS
CO on the West Coast.
HERE AND THERE ITEMS:
Coach Frank Brogg^r of ST. AM
BROSE met defeat Tor the first
time in 31 games (high school and
college) when his Bees recently
bowed to LEWIS last time we
looked, LOYOLA of LOS ANGE
LES was leading the nation as a
forward passing team Line
Coarch Orv Dermody of MAR
QUETTE is the father of seven
children The neat football
brochure from ST. FRANCIS (PA
COLLEGE is dedicated to Coach
VINCE Davis’ Red Flash team
Send us your All Catholic-AH
America recommendations’.
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Grade School
Elevens Face
Tough Tests
Sixteen Contests Slated
Next Week. Leaders
Will Be Challenged
Catholic elementary football
squads will hit the turf in 16 con
tests next week with at least
league leader sure to bite
dust.
one
the
the
Heads are sure to fall in
lightweight league where two of
the three tied for the top spot will
face each other. St. Aloysius’ and
St. Dominic’s, undefeated in a
brace of games, will meet Tuesday,
Oct. 23.
St. Dominic’s is slated for action
today against St. Patrick’s while
unbeaten St. James’ taken on St.
Vincent’s.
Defending champion Immaculate
Conception team puts its 2 and 0
record on the black today against
a St. Augustine's eleven which has
split two games, in heavyweight
league play. Immaculate Concep
tion is tied with Sacred Heart
team for the league lead with the
latter meeting St. Thomas’ Thurs
day, Oct. 25.
Schedule for the week:
Heavyweight
Friday. Ort. 19- St. Augustine vs Immaen
late Conception
Friday. Oct.
1ft St. Christopher vs Holy
25 Sacred Heart v» St.
Name
Thur* Oct.
Thomas
Middleweight
1ft St. Ladislaux vs St. Peter
24—St. Mary Magdalene vs
Fridky, Oct.
Wed, Oct.
Holy Family
Wed. Oct. 24 St
Wed.. Oet. 24
Thurs.. Oet. 25
of Victory
Ladislaus’ vs St. Mary
John vs St. Peter
Francis va Our Lady
Lightweight
St. Dominie vs St. Patrick
St. Vincent vn St. James
Friday, Oct 19
Sunday, Oct. 21
St. Agatha va St. Vincent
23 St Dominie vs St Aloysius
-Corpus Chriati vt. St.
Tues., Oct. 23
Tues., Oct
Thurx.. Oct,
Patrick
25
Thurs., Oct.
St. Leo vs. Christ the
25
Thurs.. Oct.
King
Pi n-Pointers
Recent action in the Knights of
Columbus Blue league was the
story of the Shepherd Coal team
and three of its stalwarts.
Art Veeley shot a 214 high sin
gle and teammate Roh Augustus
rammed a 603 scries to take night
ly highs The team scored 935 and
2695.
Jim Flanagan got stuck on 173
173 173 for the same squad to com
plete the parlay. His consistency
was more remarkable because this
is just about his average.
St. Charles’ Alumnf league, roll
ing at Olentangy. strides into this
week's play with the Big Five
squad leading the pack.
Johnny Lorms recorded a, recent
high with a 202 effort but Tommy
Grannan’s 532 series was best.
Crows shot an 875 team game
the Wildcats scored 2561.
Week-end Games May
Decide Championship
Rosary high’s Crusaders will engage the Ramblers of St. Mary’s
high in the second round of play for the mythical Columbus Catholic
high championship tomorrow night at South field.
Rosary Jost to St. Charles’ 38 to 18 last week so the Crusaders must
win tomorrow to stay in the running St. Mary’s will have to beat both
Rosary tomorrow and St. Charles’ next week-end to grab the laurels.
Should Rosary beat the Ramblers and they in turn drop St. Charles’
the thing would be all tied up with everyone’s record reading 1-1
versus Catholic opponents in Columbus.
Aquinas’ high, Columbus, pk_ $
at Columbus West in a City league
tilt tonight with but fair hopes of
notching its first win. The Terriers
have three losses already in league
play.
Rosecrans’ high, Zanesville, will
meet Ohio Deaf tonight in a game
originally scheduled for last Fri
day. The Bishops asked for the
postponement and since both
elevens had open dates it was ar
ranged.
Other games find St. Mary’s,
Marion, playing host to Richwood,
St. Mary’s Dennison, at Strasburg,
Central Catholic, Portsmouth, at
B.I.S., Lancaster, St. Joseph’s Do
•er, hosting to Canal Fulton, and
Frazeysburg traveling to St. Fran
cis’, Newark.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
Oct. 19—St. Mary’s, Marion, v». Richwood
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The Rosary Men’s bowling loop
was idle last week because its
home alleys were closed but com
petition was slated to
this week.
start again
the league
leading the
Top ten averages in
showed Sully Sinacola
parade with a 182 figure for 15
games. Following him are Charles
Vagnier, 181 Louis French, 176
Frank Sinacola, 17|: Ralph Ran
dolph, 163 Jack Sullivan, 161
“Al” Spiers, 161 Robert Franz,
161 John Polito, 158 and Larry
Spiers, 158.
Marie Jewett paced the K of
Star ladies league action on the
last league night with a sterling
204 single game sizzler with Mar
garet Rau shooting 497 for series
honors. Egan Ryan hit 815
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Oct. 19—SL Mary’s, Dennison, at Sarts
burg
Oct. 19—St. Charles’. Columbus, at Cir
cleville
Oct. 19—Aquinas', Columbus, at West
Oct. 19—Central Catholic, Portsmouth, at
B.l S., Lancaster
Oct. 19—Rosecrans, Zanesville, vs. Ohio
Deaf
Oct. 20—St. Joseph's, Dover, vs. Canal
Fulton
Oet. 20—Rosary, ColumhuB, at St. Mary’s,
Columbus (South fieldl
Oet. 20—St. Francis’, Newark, vs. Frazeys
burg
NEXT WEEK’S GAMES
Oct. 25—Central Catholic, Portsmouth, at
Columbus East
Oct. 26—Aquinas’. Columbus, at Cincinnati
Elder
Oct. 26—St. Francis', Newark, at Blan.
densburg
Oct. 26 Rosary. Cols., at St. Rose’s, Lima.
Oet. 26—St. Mary's, Marion, at Carey.
Oct. 26—Rosecrans. Zanesville, at Hebron
Oct. 26—St. Joseph's, Dover, at Sfraa-
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