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SPORTLIGHT
Things were getting better on one end of the Diocesan
baseball scene but a little tougher on the opposite extreme.
The bright side saw St. Mary Lancaster improve quite a bit
even though they dropped a 9-5 decision to New Lexington
Public high. But up in Mt. Vernon the St. Vincent Blue
Streaks were absorbing two shut
outs in a row from Centerburg
and Frederickstown. But all
around there were bright spots on
the high school scene. Dick Burk
ley’s outstanding performance
against North of a grandslam
homer and two singles in three of
ficial times at bat was probably the
most notable. Rosecrans Zanesville
also kept their light shining when
Tom Bramlish took over from Phil
Dinan to keep Adamsville hitless
and beat them 3-2. Holy Family
took the advantage of five free
passes issued to them in one inn
ing by St. Al’s Bob Sagan and com
bined two hits to gain their 6-4
win over the New Lexington team.
They were behind 4 to 1 up to this
time and were held at bay after
wards as Dave Sorohan relieved
and struck out seven of the re
maining Raiders.
The Grade school schedule suf
fered from the weather as did all
baseball but St. Mary Magdalene’s
Jim Mentel did manage to allow
St.. Aloysius only one hit in his
team’s 4 to 0 win. There were two
other outstanding performances
■long the kids’ teams. The first
one found Eddie Powell allowing
Holy Cross only two hits as his
mates pounded out a 19 to 0 victory
and the second was the win which
Cathedral managed over St. Cyp
rian. The former team didn’t get a
hit but were given 14 bases on
balls.
The banquet acene is still very
much alive these days as many of
the schools are honoring their ath
letes in the usual style At Chilli
cothe the Central Catholic basket
eers enjoyed the remarks of speak-
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BE SAFE WITH
SINCLAIR
GASOLINES
er Father Culliton, long-time St.
Charles athletic director, and ap
plauded loudly when Senior Jim
Krug was awarded the sportsman
ship award. At the Rosecrans af
fair the name of Bob Roll was many
times mentioned. Bob, who has
earned the name of one of the first
outstanding athletes of the new
Bishop’s school was given the
“Most Valuable Player” award and
also the Bintz Brother foul shoot
ing trophy. Bob made his name in
basketball, being selected as all
Ohio candidate for two years.
AROUND AND ABOUT
Ken Grimes, Frank Stanton, Jim
Sanderell of Columbus, Doug Dug
gan of Boston, Mass., Bob Lavelle
of Cleveland, Ohio, and Bob Monta
von of Athens, O., were the mem
bers of the team which won the
Intramural league in the Philos
ophy College department at St.
Charles John Neff of Junction
City, a prominent basketball of
ficial was named Vice President of
the Lancaster Division of the South
Eastern Ohio Officials Association
The St. Francis Grad school
athletic banquet has been set for
Saturday, May 17th.
It seems that the USA is not
the only place where the cry for
investigation into the athletic scene
is being heard. According to an
INS sports writer, the sports fans
in Spain are calling for a clean up
of the game of bullfighting. It
seems that neither the bulls or the
fighters are as good as the patrons
are paying for For one thing the
bulls are smaller than they used to
be three year-olds are being pan
ned off for five-year-olds. This is
not fair to the bulls or is it the
bullfighters? And then the practice
of cutting off the points of the
horns of the bulls and slowing
them down with purgatives has
been heavily criticized as unfair
to the bull and the lighter. Even
the picadors are under fire for
twisting the goad. Well, maybe
some Spanish Kefauver will get “on
the hulI’’ and make things happier.
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When schoolboy golfers take
to the meadows in a few days in
quest of State championship golf
honors, this group of veteran
golfers will be carefully watched
by other title aspirants for they
are the Aquinas high school team
Grade SchooI
Boys’ Baseball
Teams Engage In
Twelve Games
A full schedule faces elementary
school diamondeers this coming
week according to the schedule re
leased by the Columbus Elemen
tary school athletic offices.
Games on the docket for today
take place in the Visitation league
where St. Michael and Holy Name
school teams play at Whetstone
field St. Peter’s team and Immac
ulate Conception school teams
meet at Tuttle field, and at Aqui
nas field where St. Augustine and
Our Lady of Peace nines trade
blows.
The Assumption league resumes
play Tuesday afternoon with Ca
thedral and St. Dominic teams
playing at St. Vincent’s and St.
Cyprian and St. Patrick teams
meeting at Goodale field.
In the Presentation league Holy
Family meets St. Agatha team, at
St. Agatha field, on Wednesday
St. Francis and St. Aloysius teams
play at McKinley field Thursday
and on the same May 8th date, St.
Mary Magdalene sends its star
hurler Jim Mentel, against St.
Christopher’s at St. Christopher’s
field.
The Annunciation league- with
its revised schedule, swings into
its fourth round of play next 'Tues
day May 6 with Corpus Christi and
St. Catharine teams playing ai St.
John field St. John meeting Christ
the King team, at St. John’s field,
on Wednesday, May 7 and St. La
dislaus taking on Holy Rosary nine
at Southview field on Thursday,
May 8.
The Visitation league’s fourth
round of games takes place May
9 with St. James and Immaculate
Conception teams playing at Lin
den field St. Peter’s team and Our
Lady of Peace tangling at Whet
stone park and St. Augustine and
St. Michael’s team playing at Tut
tle field.
Below is the revised schedule for
the Annunciation league, caused
when St. Mary’s nine dropped out
of competition for the remainder
of the year.
ANNUNCIATION LEAGUE
(Revised Schedule)
Tuesday, Muy 13 St, John VS. Corpus
Christi at St. John St. Ladislaus VS.
Christ the Kina at Southview.
Thur.-day. May lf St. Catherine VS.
Holy Rosary at St. Catherine.
IXiesday, May 2(1 St. John VS. St.
Catherine at St. John Christ the h’nK
VS. Holy RoMsry at St. Catherine and St.
l.HdiHlaus VS. Corpus Christi at South
view.
Thursday, May 22 Corpus Christi VS.
Christ the Kins at St. John.
Aquinas Alumni
Banquet Thors.
The filth annual aluinni reunun
of Aquinas high school, Columbus,
will be held Thursday, May 8, in
the Southern Hotel, beginning at
6:30 p. m.
Tht dinner will honor the class
of 1927.
Bob McQuade, coach of the Ter
riers will be the featured speaker
His great 1951 52 cage team which
went to the State finals this year
will be guests of the alumni.
George Igel, president, has call
ed a meeting for this evening. Fri
day. May 2. at the school cafeteria.
Judy Carroll is chairman for the
banquet. J. William Stein is ticket
chairman and Walter J. Burkley,
Sr is vice-president and publicity
chairman for the event.
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Fans Honor Zanesville
Rosecrans Hi Athletes
ZANESVILLE More than 250
persons attended the annual sports
banquet at St. Thomas’ parish din
ing room last week to honor mem
bers of three Bishop Rosecrans
high school athletic teams.
Bob Roll was presented with the
Jack Kimberly “Most Valuable
Player’ award and also received
the Bintz Brothers foul shooting
tournament.
Members of the football, base
ball and basketball teams received
1 awards.
Aloysius, 4.
THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1952
Veteran Linkmen Carry Terrier Hopes
from Columbus, currently sot*
ting a hot pace in the Saturday
division of the Columbus City
High school golf league.. The
Irish foursome pictured above
are Joe Zag, Mike Stolpa, th*
Rev. F. C. McKenna, O.P., coach
Recent Results
High School Baseball
East. 7 Aquinas 4.
St. Charles, 7 Central, 3.
Aquinas, 9 North, 2.
Grove City. 8 St. Mary’s, 2.
Holy Family, 4 New Lexington I
Roserrans, Zanesville. 3 Adamsville, 2.
Fredericktown, 4 St. Vincent,
Vernon, 0.
New Lexington, 9 St. Mary’a,
caater, 5.
Centerburg, 5 St. Vincent, Mt.
non, 0.
Chauncey Dover, 7: St. Aloysiua’, New
Lexington, 1.
Tournament Fever Mounts As District Play
Mt.
Lan-
Ver-
High School Golf
South, 8 Vi Rosary. Columbu*. 6*4.
West Jefferson, 16 St. Mary’s, Co
lumbus. 0.
Aquinas, Columbus. 14 East. *.
Aquinas, 15Vfe: Bexley.
St. Charles. 814 Bexley, 44
High School Track
West, 109 1-1 Aquinas, 8 2-3.
Elementary School
Baseball
St. Mary Magdalene, 4: St. Aleyaiua, •.
Elementary School
Girls’ Softball
St. John, 10 Corpus Christi. 3.
St. Catherine, 10: St. Cyprian, 12.
St. Ladislaus 10 St. Leo. 8.
Arlington, 10 Aquinas. 0.
Arlington, 16 St. Charles, 1.
Baseball Fans Pave Way
For True Sportsmanship
NEW YORK (NO Negro
athletes, particularly in baseball,
have changed the racial attitudes
of thousands of sport fans in the
past five years, according to a not
ed Negro baseball scout, Frank
Forbes, who spoke here this week
at a forum of
racial Council.
the Catholic Inter-
of the Negro ball
major leagues, he
The advent
player in the
said, gave many players and fans
their first opportunity to see for
themselves that skin color doesn’t
determine personality or competi
tive ability. He predicted that this
lesson learned in the spirit of
sportsmanship will be carried by
the fans into their many other
fields of interest.
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Local Pin Teams
In K-C National
Fourteen Columbus teams will
be at Detroit this week-end to par
ticipate in the National Knights
of Columbus bowling tournament.
Teams from local lanes which
bowl their team event tomorrow,
May 3, and their minor events Sun
day, include: Seidensticser Socks,
Franklin Plating, Santeler Brothers,
Trott Supermarkets, Universal
Printing, Wardens, Rodenfels Chev
rolet Guards, Chancellors, Bair
Contractors, Finneran and Fisch
er, Franklin Monument, Rains Car
pel Cleaners and Westgate Main
tenance.
Bowling Briefs
Tony Trapasso toppled the ten
pins for an 877 series (four games)
in the North Canton recreation sin
gles last week. Tony is the former
St. Mary’s athlete Tony came
right back with 662 at Riverview
Commercial “Mike” Duck
worth paced the Gangbusters
league at the K of alleys for
173-448 to pace that Mixed league
on the last night of bowling
Charlie Lombardo’s 209 and Larry
Kneuven’s 570 led the Holy Name
Red league recently Paul Hus
ton’s 225 and Jack De very’s 573
paced the Holy Name White league
both from Linden Lanes.
Dorothy Goetz shot a 170 and
Lucille Lytle totaled 441 to pace
the St. Aloysius PT A league. The
Robins team had 570 and Four Leaf
Clovers 1636.
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Jr. Muldoon is the only freshman
on th* team. However, last year,
he won th* 14-and-under division
of the district junior tournament,
and he has maintained his cham
pionship form in this year's play.
Athletes Face Busy Week
Girls’ Softball
Schedule Call
For 12 Contests
st.
Three games today, Friday May
2, highlight activities in the Girls’
Softball leagues under the auspices
of the Columbus Elementary school
offices.
St. Agatha’s team plays at St.
Christopher Holy Rosary team
and Our Lady of Victory team play
at St. Vincent field and St. Fran
cis goes to St. Mary Magdalene.
Ail games are scheduled for 4 p.
m. with competent officials in
charge of loop play.
Other games booked in Colum
bus grade school play next week:
MONDAY, MAY 5—St. Ladislaus
at St. Catharine Corpus Christi
vs. St. Cyprian at Smith Road field
St. Leo at St. John’s.
THURSDAY MAY 8—St. Augus
tine’s vs Immaculate Conception
school at Linden field (Diamond
No. 8) St. Vincent at St. Michael
St. Peter’s vs St. Dominic’s at
Price field.
FRIDAY, MAY 9—Our Lady of
Victory at St. Mary Magdalene Ho
ly Rosary at St. Christopher and
St. Francis at St. Agatha.
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Whether it is services or mer
chandise you seek, it will pay re
member the Times advertisers
Class A and
Nines Seek
State Titles
Interest in the activities of
schoolboy baseballers mount
ed this week as play began in
the district diamond tourna
ment for “A” schools and the
drawings were held for “B” play
ers.
The “A” tournament got under
way (if weather hasn’t interfered)
on Wednesday afternoon with St.
Charles playing at Grove City and
Rosary meeting Aquinas at St.
Charles field.
Print-shop deadlines prevent re
sults of these games appearing in
this week’s TIMES.
However, the winner of the St.
Charles-Grove City tilt is scheduled
for this afternoon (Friday) at North
wh le either Rosary high or Aqui
nas high will play at Washington
C. H., also this Friday afternoon.
Title Gam*
Championship play then advan
ces for the winners on next Mon
day and Wednesday with the cham
pionship Class A Central district
title contest booked for Ohio State
University diamonds on May 9—a
week from this Friday.
Linden, of the Columbus City
high school league, is defending
champion.
Zanesville Rosecrans competes in
the sectional at Philo.
Elsewhere in the Diocese, other
Catholic schools were making their
appearance in district plav in
quest of the ultimate state cham
pionship, but draw ngs just a few
days prior to game dates m^ke it
impossible to give these schedules
today.
Loop Play
The red-hot Central Catholic
league resumes play (if tourna
ment results do not interfere) on
Wednesday, May 7, when St. Mary’s
nine plays at Rosary and loop
leading St. Charles meets an un
derdog Holy Family nine that may
upset a few apple arts before the
season ends Last year Varner, Red
Raider hurler, handed the Carol
ians their only league loss.
Only the May 14th Holy Family
and St. Mary’s game at Southview
field and the St. Charles at Rosary
contest remain on the boiks as
regularly scheduled gam?s in
league play.
Other baseball contests scheduled
for the coming week include the
following:
Friday, May 2
Commercial Point at Holy Fam
ily.
Tuesday, May 6
Aquinas dt North
St. Charles at East.
Wednesday, May 7
St. Mary at Rosary
St. Charles at Holy Family
Friday, May 9
Aquinas at St. Charles.
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And Field
Meet May 30
The Catholic Elementary school
track and field meet will be held
at the Aquinas high school field on
May 30, it was announced this week
by the Rev. Richard Dodd of the
Columbus grade school athletic de
partment.
The meet, which was dropped
from the scholastic schedules in
1941, will be open to all schools of
the association.
Events tentatively planned for
the meet include 50 and 100 yard
dashes, a 220-yard run, a 440-yard
relay and low hurdle race.*
Entry blanks will be sent to the
schools within the next few days.
Warren Ordenroff, of Aquinas
high school, will act as manager of
the meet.
Mark Snively, Bob Fowle and
Jack Welch have been named to
the committee which will plan and
conduct the meet.
It is planned to have the elimi
nation events run off in the morn
ing with the finals going on in the
afternoon to decide the champi
ons.
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Four Golf Matches
The Greater Columbus High
school golf league has Aquinas vs
University at Brookside and St.
Charles vs. East, both at Brookside
for tomorrow, May 3.
Monday, May 5, Rosary meets
Grandview at Brookside and Cen
tral meets St. Mary’s, at Twin Riv
ers.
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Rosary Athletes Name
Noll To Double Duty
John Noll, Rosary high’s stellar
athlete, was named to both the foot
ball and basketball captaincy posts
for the 1952-53 seasons.
The announcement was made at
the annual all-sports banquet at
Rosary high last week.
Noll shares the grid captaincy
with Ted Luke, an end.
More than 350 attended the ban
quet honoring Rosary high and
Holy Rosary elementary athletes.
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Fantin Sparkles
DENNISON—Johnny Fantin, St.
Mary’s trackman, reeled off
a
sparkling 23.8 in qualifying for the
220-yard dash in the Mansfield
Relays last week. More than 1,000
boys participated in the meet.
Fantin finished fourth in the semi
finals.
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