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MA 4411
Ten Captains Chosen To Lead
St. Mary’s Ramblers This Fall
The recent sports banquet held
for St. Mary’s athletes at the Co
lumbus southside school resulted in
the naming of captains in every
sport for the 1952-53 season.
Wally Miller and Ron Quillan
will head next year's diamond ag
gregation (which this year copped
the Central District title) Dave
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Engle will pilot the golf team
Bernard Begel. Bill Hilsheimer and
John Magaw wil trio the captaincy
of the track team Jim McDonald
and Jack Waldo will take over grid
reins John Magaw and Tom Dunn
have been elected basketball co
captains.
The awards given to athletes at
the sports banquet included:
BASEBALL—Harry
Brown, Jim
Moore, Jim Kavanaugh, Bill Wonn,
John Magaw will trio the captaincy
Waldo, Wally Miller, Bernie Vogel,
Tom Dunn, Dave Engle, Bob Dei
bel. Bill Hilsheimer, and scorekeep-
GOLF—Tom Dunn, Jack Waldo.
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Kenny Neville coaches all sports
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Rates Among Top
Prospects For
Big Time Honors
A bowl
ini ball is not
'feetion. Mos
id dead as ca
-pound instrument
soon be fi
ling the
ordinaril
would a
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But the»ro is a Columl
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up his
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the
frimd
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ling ball an
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ht, picket
plantec
G. Reittei
Congress
or that is
s he com
the fina
the tour
ng
piled to
nament u i'll ch ended Iasi week.
The sto
ly stole 11P
Nothing was thought amiss when
Dick began by scoring a good, but
undistinguished 612 series in five
man team event for Merrick-Miller
Dodge. Teammates Tony Trapasso,
Red Dehl, captain Charlie Wynn
and Dick's lather, Gabe, mumbled
warm words of encouragement. His
total helped the team to an ‘in-the
money” 2850.
Then Dick and his dad. Gabe,
changed lanes to
les event.
Dick
ped
whil
rank
the
)53 Reiter,
stack of pin
for third in
that event ir
of how Rich
ABC show or
Apr. 27, i
tered in s
local newspipers
complete
e Sunday
/ell known. It
aming headli
and ea
hares of the
mounted to th
over $1500.
was plas
nes in th
med men
How it came about is another
story, however. For Rich parlayed
the promise of a steak dinner into
friend’s warm gesture
Dick took to the ap
Milwaukee arena site ol
ABC bombing. Bill Cline’s 1800
high Columbus all-events
he tourney.
attentive eai
“Beat my score
dinner.” Dick
Tommy Tuckei
600’s.
But this ABC was to be some
thing special. For the first time,
both his wife, Betty, and his moth
er. Mrs. Gahe Reitter, were to see
him bowl in the tremendous spec
tacle that is the ABC tournament.
login their doub-
Dick’s mother. Clara, was on a
special diet and it was time for
her to eat hut she lingered to watch
her husband am son toss their
opening shots in
the double
et to eat.
She never did j.
For in the next hour or so. Dick
completely stole the attention not
only of his wife and mother but the
entire gallery at the ABC.
He opened his doubles with a
screaming 277 game. The gallery,
usually cloistered back of the mid
dh alleys to get the best view of
the overall action swept like the
tide down to the end drives where
Dick was performing, sensing that
something was “up.”
This mass migration, usually a
sure fire Jinx, failed to work this
time. Dick and his dad amply re
warded the thronging tense crowd.
Coupled with his dad’s 617 ser
ies, they grabbed fifth in doubles
However, Rich still wasn’t out of
the woods. But unlike so many who
get the “apple” in their throat
when going for the big one, Dick
refused to choke
He came through magnificently,
shooting a strong 617 in his singles.
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1952
Dick Reitter Eyes Big Board hi ABC
o
Mm
cmu
IS
Dick Reitter Points To His High 1953 Series
The railbirds had already mentally
computed his score by the time the
pins had stopped falling from his
last shot and let out war-whoops.
His 1953 was tied for second.
Despite the tempting amount of
cash awaiting him, Rich is most
interested in the giant, emblematic
third-place trophy which awaits
him. Although his is not the high
est all events ever
Columbus bowler, it
achieve such a high
win a trophy,
the end of the tournament
ents 1953 had drop
to a third-place tie
ubles had slipped a
fifth to sixth. Still
ombined “take” of the Reit
their “in-the
•es plus their
prize money
ly, lovely tune
Just to show that it
his ho
off with the ruddy glow
it had been heated—
stormed into another Milwaukee
tournament and blasted 991 to take
ninth place in the Automobowl
Winning titles is no new exper
ience for young senor Reitter.
Among the diadems upon which he
has inscribed his personal mono-
am are two championships in the
51 Foresters tournament. His
rill events was not only good
enough to beat everyone else-but
lead all previous scores in the his
tory of the tournament.
One week after the ABC, Dick
jammed 1185 pins to nail third in
the National Knights of Columbus
tournament in Detroit, teaming
with his dad for an in-the-money
1264 in doubles. His big burst of
659 in the five man event also help,
ed his team to some cash.
As befits their high caliber
trundling, Dick and his dad lead
Columbus’ father-son combos in in
dividual averages, each toting a
hefty 193 figure. Two years in a
row’ they have won the Father-Son
tournament, rolling from scratch.
Dick began bowling at the ten
der age of 13, Not so young as
phenoms go, but then Dick “reach-
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ed his “peak” faster. Almost before
he had mastered the rudiments of
the game, he had earned a berth
on Columbus’ Kahn Jewelers team,
after going through a series of
eliminations unscathed.
This group of youngsters, all in
the early teens, was the youngest
ever to bowl in an ABC when they
made the trip to Milwaukee in
1941. They made quite a splurge
in the nation’s press and when they
returned, that microscopic germ,
the bowling bug was in Dick’s
blood.
When he was 17, Dick was a ris
ing star in the big-time leagues in
Columbus, the All-Star and Classic.
He bowled ivith both Hill Tailor
ing and Merrick Miller Dodge be
fore finally settling with the latter
group to which he now' gives his
permanent allegiance.
Our Mr. Reitter has certainly
boosted par for local bowling stock
and yet, strangely, he owes the
game of American tenpins a debt.
For it wa in a bowling alley that
he met his future wife, then Betty
Bauman, daughter of one of the
city’s
Fritz Bauman.
long-time hotshot keglers,
They live at 1676 West Third
Avenue and are members of Our
Lady of Victory parish. Their two
sons, Fritz, m, and Gabe, 3, are
perhap:5 a mite too young to at
tern pt learning how to wield a
“hook” yet, but in the not too dis
tant fuiture don’t be surprised if
the Reiitter family also boasts the
hottest “grandfather- father- son’
combination in Columbus.
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1952
Final Standings
Girl's Softball
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St. Cyprian’s 0
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Important Tilts
Scheduled In
Junior CYO Play
The Columbus Junior CYO soft
ball league presents a three-game
card Sunday on Goodale fields.
Highlighting the contests will be
the one between Our Lady of Vic
tory team and St. Mary Magdalene
on diamond No. 4, while Our Lady
of Peace team meets St. Aloysius
on diamond No. 2 and St. Leo’s and
St. Augustine’s teams tangle on
diamond No. 6.
Recent results:
Our Lady of Victory, 14 Our
Lady of Peace, 12.
St. Augustine's, 2 St. Aloysius, 0.
St. Mary Magdalene, 2 St. Leo’s,
0.
There is no admission charged
for these contests and the public
is invited to attend.
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2 Local Seniors
Get Medals For
Sportsmanship
Two graduating seniors of Holy
Family High School, Columbus,
have received sportsmanship
awards from the Babe Ruth Foun
dation in Washington, D.C.
Selected by fellow students to
receive the honors were John Mo
naco and Patricia Wolf. Their
names also will be engraved in a
plaque which will be permanently
displayed at the school.
The award is based on sports
manship in the school room, church
and home, as well as on the ath
letic field, according to Lloyd S.
Michael, of Evanston, Ill., chairman
of the national committee. He said
the honor is not to reward competi
tive excellence, popularity, school
leadership, except as these are in
dications of achievement in the
realm of fair play.
Holy Family High School is one
of 3000 schools in the nation which
are cooperating with the Babe
Ruth sportsmanship program.
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2 Diocesan Camps
Attract Many
Youthful Athletes
Boys and girls of all ages are
converging on the two Diocesan
camps—St. Rita’s and St. Joseph’s
as the first camping period of the
summer season moves into full
swing.
Both camps opened Sunday with
capacity crowds living in the mod
ern cabins of each camp.
Baseball games, track meets,
archery, fishing, boating and hiking
took up much of the first week.
The second camping period be
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Ten camping periods in all are
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Reservations may be made by
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Close League Race In
St. Summer Bowling
A close scramble is on in the
Swan Bowling alleys Summer
league for the St. club mem
bers with Shusa Mess holding a
slight edge over second place Den
nies.
Last week Bill Metzmaier, the
singing postman, shot a nifty 223
while Joe Hauck continued his
steady bowling with a fine 569.
Margaret Rau took top honors for
th' ladies with 212 and 606.
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