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Diocesan high school football
teams swing into the third week
of the season tonight with but two
teams still boasting spotless rec
ords. Six teams went down to de
feat in their first games while tw-o
more bit the dust last week.
Last week's spotlight games saw
Columbus St Charles and Zanes
ville Rosecrans pick up their sec
ond wins of the campaign. St Char
les remained unscored upon by
nipping Columbus Central 6-0
while Zanesville handed Marion
St. Mary its first loss 18-13 Twins
burg upset Dennison St Mary 13
12.
Other action last week saw three
teams annex their first wins of
the season while another three
dropped their second decisions.
Winning their first games were
Columbus Rosary which edged
Mt Sterling 12 7 Newark St Fran
cis—which walloped Frazeysburg
44-6 and Dover St Joseph—which
rolled over Malvern 38-6
Losing for the second time were
Columbus Aquinas—outscored by
Portsmouth 37-27 Columbus St.
Mary -submerged by Fogan .49-6
and Portsmouth Notre Dame
mangled by W. Portsmouth Wash
ington 720.
Except for Zanesville Rosecrans
—which has an open date—all ten
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Diocesan teams see action again
this week-end with four games
scheduled tonight (Friday) and
five tomorrow night. Only one in
ter-Catholic clash is on the agenda
St. Charles
Spotlight game of the week will
take place tonight at Ironton and
will feature a team which has not
yet been scored upon this season
and another team which has not
yet scored.
The team with the unsullied
goalline is. of course, Columbus St
Charles. The Cardinals’ whitewash
ing of Central last week was added
to a 26-0 hlanking of Bexley in the
season’s opener.
St. Charles' opponent tonight
will be an Ironton high team which
has failed to tally two games.
The Tigers dropped their opener
13-0 to Gallipolis and were trounc
ed by Lancaster 280 last Friday.
Tonight’s game will be the first
athletic contest ever between the
two schools.
Brilliant defensive work told the
story in the Carolians’ win over
Central last week with Ironmen
Dick Wroblewski, end, and Jack
Baumann, fullback and line-backer,
playing key roles. Both boys play
ed the entire 48 minutes and spent
This Week's Games
Friday. Sept. 26
Columbus St. Charles at Ironton
Columbus Aquinas at Columbus East
(3 p.m.)
Hamilton Catholic at Columbus Ros
ary (Columbus West field, 3:15 p.m.)
Portsmouth Notre fltmr at Hillsboro
Saturday, Sept. 27
Lancaster BIS at Columbus St. Mary
Norwalk St. Paul at Dennison St.
Mary
Dover St. Joseph at Belpre (2 p.m.)
South Zanesville at Newark St.
Francis
Marion St. Mary at Lima St. Rose
Next Week's Games
Friday, Oct. 3
Columbus St. Charles at Columbus
Linden
Columbus Aquinas at Columbus South
Columbus Rosary at Marion St. Mary
Columbus St. Mary at Wooster
Dover St. Joseph at Ashtabula
Harbor
Portsmouth Notre Dame at Ches,
apeake
Newark St. Francis at Junction City
Saturday, Oct 4
Gloustiy at Zanesville Rosecrans
Last Week's Results
Columbus St. Charles S, Columbus
Centra) 0
Zanesville Rosecrans 13. Marton St.
Marv 13
Columbus Roaary 12. Mt. Sterling 7
Portsmouth 37 Columbus Aquinas 27
Logan 4ft, Columbus St Mary 6
Newark St. Francis 44. Frareys
hurg
Twinsburg 18, Dennison St Mary 12
Dover St Jos»ph 38, Malvern 6
W Portsmouth Washington 72.
Portsmouth Notre Dame n
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the line averages 160.
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most of that time in the Pirates’
backfield.
Baumann also accounted for the
game’s only score, blasting over
from the one early in the second
quarter. A hard-charging Cardinal
line which set Central back 32
yards in three plays and then grab
bed a fourth down fumble set up
the touchdown.
Rosecrans ano St Mary
Marion St. Mary will try to get
back in the win-wagon tomorrow
traveling to Lima to meet St. Rose.
The Irish dropped their first game
last week to a powerful Zanesville
Rosecrans outfit which has now
won two in a row. The Bishops are
idle this week.
Fullback Jim DeDonatis smash
ed over for two last half touch
downs to account for last week’s
thrilling 18-13 Zanesville victory.
His last score came from five yards
out with four minutes remaining in
the game and Marion ahead 13-12
Gene Nangle scored the other
Bishop touchdown in the first
quarter while Carr and Anderson
racked for the Irish. Smith added
the extra point which looked
mighty big until DeDonatis began
his last quarter heroics.
Newark St. Francis
Newark St. Francis will go after
•Denotes (i.muti foothall
its second straight Tri-County Six
Man Football League victory to
morrow night meeting South
Zanesville at Zanesville.
Bob Franks tallied three times
and Jan Hedges twice in last
week’s easy win Phil Fink and
John Campola scored once apiece
as the Green Wave rolled to two
first quarter touchdowns and was
never threatened. Franks also ac
counted for the other two points
by conversion.
Dover St. Joseph
After getting back on the vic
tory trail at Malvern last week
Dover St. Joseph will go to Belpre
tomorrow for a matinee affair
Don “the Bull” Yosick and Ralph
McIntyre scored twice last week
and Jerry Plotz and Jim Massarelli
once as the Ramblers romped to a
19-0 half time lead and an easy
win. Bob Chadrue and McIntyre
added the extra points
Columbus Aquinas
Still looking for that elusive first
win, Aquinas will tangle with Co
lumbus East today in an afternoon
Teammates look on anxiously as Bobby Koerner, 'enter on the
St. Catharine's grade school footbal* team, weighs in for the 1952 sea
son. The ceremonies took place at St. Charles high school gym last
weak. Looking on (in foreground) is Tom Keys, executive sports ed
itor of the Columbus Citizen, whose son I* a member of the St.
Catharine's team.
Other weigh-ins took place last week at Aquinas, Rosary, Holy
Family high schools and Our Lady of Victory grade school. Teams
will be placed in three different leagues according to wefght.
Opening games of the 1952 Catholic Elementary Football League
season are slated for the weak of Sept. 30-Oct. 3
Diocesan High School Conference
The Standing*
Columbus St. Charles. -----------------------------------------—3 0 32
Zanesville Rosecrans.----------------------------------------------2 n S3 2
Newark St. Franei*_______ ____ -------------------1 1 5fi 4
Dennison St Mary________________________ —....— 1 1 39 2
Dover St. Joseph___________________________ ___ 1 1 3S
Columbus Rosary_________________________________ 1 1 IS 3
Marion St Mary..................... —........1 1 40 1
Columbus Aquinas__________________—------ -0 2 34 8
Columbus St. Marv .............. „, —0 2 18
Portsmouth Notre Dame —-.......0 2 0 8
Scoring Leaders
John Fantin, Dennison —........... ............... —0 8
•Bob Franks, Newark _____ ——....................... —,. ----20 8
•Jan Hedges, Newark--------— —------............................—18 3
Jim DeDonatis. Rosecrans ....... ........... —......... ___ __ 18 3
Hank Weigelt, Roseeans ■■■■■----------------------------------------------18 2
Mike Gran nan, St. Charles ......... .... ............................ 14
Ralph McIntyre. Dover .... —-............ 13
Leo DeDoftatis. Rosecrans ............. ......... 12
Rill Russell, Dennison __ ________—.......... —__ 12
Don Yosick, Dover ............ —......—................... —12
Bill Henry. Aquinas ___ _______ ——12
John Noll. Rosary .. ......-- 12
Carr. Marion ... __ ______ -__ __ 12 2
Crusaders Are Best In East
Boston College Coach Hopei
By Lisle Blackburn
(Marquette U. Football Coach)
Aa a coach
who learned by
experience, u'e
rated Holy
Cross very
highly last fall
and, in fact,
placed the Cru
saders at the
top of the Ca
tholic football
heap. Our Mar
quette team
was one of eight beaten by Dr.
Eddie Anderson's Worcester
boys.
Then, unaccountably, along
came a Boston College eleven
which had lost six games but
which rose to the heights in this
last appearance of the season
and smacked down its great na
tural rival, Holy Cross. We never
did hear a sound explanation ot
this upset, but we know that the
great psychological advantage
which lies with a good underdog
must have helped the Eagles
that day.
But here now is another season,
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Only Two Catholic High Teams Remain Undefeated
The Green Wave showed a com
plete reversal of form last week
blasting Frazeysburg 44-6 after
losing the season’s opener 40-6 to
Kirkersville.
W PTS. CJ
Pts. TD’s
and all reports from the east
point to Holy Cross as the No. 1
independent favorite in that sec
tor. Yes, sir, the Crusaders again
are the team to beat.
Dr. Anderson has lost a dozen
first string lejtermen but has 17
experienced vets on hand Offen
sively, he is building around the
Great Charlie Maloy, forward
passing quarterback.
“The Cross” looks good!
Using its late 1951 victories
over Villanova and Holy Cross
as a springboard. Boston College
will be heading back toward the
top. A half-dozen of last year’s
good freshmen have profited by
their experience and already
have been graduated into var
sity stardom. Among these is
Quarterback Jimmy Kane, one of
the best. It will be Coach Mike
Holovak’s second season with the
Eagles, and he has reason to be
hopeful.
Coach Art Raiino regards his
Villanova combine as a ques
tion mark. The Wildcats might
be very good, or they might ex
perience a lean year. Much de
pends on the reserve strength,
which isn't too deep. Last year’s
backfield returns intact, bolster
ed by the addition of Halfback
Gene Filipski, and a strong line
headed by Center Joe DeRose.
The Wildcats’ schedule, as usual,
is rough.
Fordham has 20 lettermen,
and Coach Ed Danowski believes
their experience will make the
Rams a stronger outfit. There’s
a fine returning backfield in the
Fr^nz-Hyatt-Ficca-Griffincombin
ation, but ends must be devel
oped Vin Drake, Andy Nacrelli
and Larry Pierce are defensive
aces.
IT PAYS TO°PATRON1ZE
THE TIMES ADVERTISERS.
for both teams. Aquinas put up a
whale of a fight before losing to
Portsmouth last week. 37-27. while
East sustained its first loss—a 27-7
decision to Mighty Zanesville Lash.
Bill Henry 170-lb. junior full
back. scored two of Aquinas’ TD’s
last week, with quarterback Bob
Fagan and end Ralph Reiser tally
ing one apiece. Marion Melchiorrc
added the three conversions.
Columbus Rosary
Hamilton Catholic will provide
the opposition at West high school
field today at 3:15 p. m. when Ros
ary’s Crusaders go for their sec
ond straight. The East Siders edg
ed Mt Sterling 12-7 last week.
Johnny Noll tallied both touch
downs. the last with only two min
utes remaining and Rosary behind
7-6. as the Crusaders pulled the
game out of the fire. Mt. Sterling's
fumble on its own 22 set up the
winning score. Noll's first TD-J
which came on a 45 yard gallop—
came in the second quarter and
put the Rosarians ahead 6-0.
Columbus St. Mary
St. Mary’s Ramblers get a small
respite from their suicide schedule
tomorrow night when Lancaster
BIS engages the South Siders at
Sports
TO OUR FAN ... no indeed,
as good Buckeyes, we love the In
dians—Cleveland that is and
three of the greatest pitchers in
the business. But. we love baseball
too so we’ll stick with the Yan
kees, even in defeat DEAR FC
you asked about 1927 in the
grade school league? You were
right that was the second year of
organized play in the city. Holy
Rosary won the title in the South
Eastern League and Sacred Heart
in the Northwestern League. The
records are available on ’26 but not
on hand. Also your memory is
very good read this clipping
from the old Columbian:
“Holy Rosary of the South
Eastern League and Holy Name
of the Northwestern had the
distinction of playing a football
game at the Ohio Stadium prior
to the Ohio vs. Illinois game.
Holy Name won 6 to 0. Sutter
scored for the victors, making a
70 yd, run for a touchdown on
the kickoff at the beginning of
the second half
The only thing you didn’t re
member was the fact that Rosary
should have been red faced —Holy
Name had finished 'in fourth place
in the other league.
This subject brings to mind the
advent of the Columbus grade
school football season which
opens next week The ‘before time’
process of weighing in. etc., has
hern taking place the last couple
of weeks so the kids can get go
ing. Boh Zack, Jack Welch, Tony
Zier. Charlie Kaiser. Phil Cleary,
Boh Cain. Chuck Lebel. Bob O’Ma
honey, Mark Snively, Ed Fairchild,
Roy Gutmann are some of the fa
miliar faces hack on the scene
These gentlemen handle the diffi
cult hy enjoyable task of coaching
in their various schools There will
he others returning plus a few new
ones as happens every year.
Though the teams don’t really open
warfare for a few days a preview
has been taking place of the action
to come The NCCS .sponsored pro
gram for the Chillicothe vets home
has been under way for two weeks
and the first game was really some
thing St James took the measure
of Corpus hristi hy a 21 14 .score
Here’s a good sample ol Sunday
afternoon entertainment lor foot
hall fans The athletic faculty of
the Hospital handles the game
regular officials, field announcers
and all the trimmings. Leo Hall
had the city grade school band
there io open ceremonies before a
real food crowd Of course the
hoys love it. Not only can they
play in style hut they arc given
a treat after the game Drive down
to the Hospital some Sunday during
the season- you’ll boo the NCCS
committee when you sec the go
ings on
He's earning the name of “the
sly fox"—Jack Ryan that is, the
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two top-heavy decisions to classy
Class A clubs the Rams should
find the Casets much easier.
Last week, for the second time.
St. Mary’s averted a shutout in the
waning moments of the game. This
time it was Bob Paullus scoring
the lone TD in a 49-6 loss to
Logan The week before, Delaware
staggered the Rams 26-7.
i Dennison St. Mery
Dennison St. Mary will be after
its second victory of the season
tomorrow night when Norwalk St.
Paul invades Dennison Stadium.
The Blue Waves dropped their
first game last week when Twins
burg sprung a big 13-12 upset.
Johnny Fantin. Dennison's spec
tacular halfback, scored both
touchdowns in the sqeaky loss,
bringing his total to five TD’s for
two games. Fantin’s first score
came on a 30-yard dash in the sec
ond quarter and the final came on
a one yard plunge in the final
stanza. However Twinsburg was
never headed.
Portsmouth Notre Dame
Portsmouth Notre Dame’s be
draggled Titans are still looking
for their first score of the year.
After being blanked by Wheelers
burg in its opener 18-0, Coach Pat
OF
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dean of the Columbus Catholic
school coaches Those who sa*
the Central game last week have
to admit that St. Charles really
has something though Jack in
sists the Cardinals will probab
ly have a tough time getting
through their games. IF the line
work is the same in the remain
ing games as it was against the
City League Pirates then the
tough time will be for the op
posing teams. At any rate, if
you're inclined to believe Mr.
Ryan when he talks about his
team, change your attitude. It
happens the same way every
year. Maybe St. Charles doesn't
have an undefeated season but
it always has a whale of a team
that causes all kinds of trouble—
that fact is indicated by the
scores of last season. If you'r
like a lot of fans you are fast
coming to the conclusion that
Jack just does not turn out bad
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Darone’s green squad proved no
match at all for W. Portsmouth’s
powerful Senators last week. Full
back Ken Haimer scored four
TD’s in the 72-0 rout. The Titans
were behind 33-0 at the half and
45-0 at the third quartermark.
ND will move to Hillsboro to
night in quest of its first win.
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Blue Streaks Win
Only one of Ohio’s three Cath
olic universities came* out on top
in the season’s first football games
last week. John Carroll of Cleve
land buried little St. Francis (Pa.)
60-0, while Dayton was blanked by
Cincinnati 25-0 and Xavier was
edged by the Quantico Marines
14-7.
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Band To Perform
Ironton high school’s 72 piece
marching band will provide half
time entertainment at tonight’s
Ironton-Columbus St. Charles
game at Ironton.
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Lew French and Herb Sefferlin
are co-chairmen of the event which
will be featured by a ball game
between seniors and alumni of the
school. Coaches Forrest Sharrock
and Bob Irvin are in charge of the
game.
Dinner will be served and gam
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