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Backfielder Dan Rankin scored
one TD on a 17 yard dash and was
on the throwing end of a 70 yard
pass play to end Al Fink for an
other. End Dick Wroblewski scored
the final tally on an end around
play good for 18 yards.
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Cardinals, Bishops Out
To Extend Win Streaks
Zanesville Rosecrans and Columbus St. Charles—the only
remaining unbeaten grid teams in the Diocese—will be handy
favorites to extend their win streaks in weekend grid action.
St. Charles (5-0) will travel to Circleville while Rosecrans
(4-0) will visit Newcomerstown. Both squads posted easy vic
tories last week, the Carolians tromping traditional rival Ros
ary 47-13 and the Bishops blanking Ohio Deaf 33-0.
Leading Scorer
Mike Grannan and Jack Baumann
spearheaded the Cardinal’s win
with two touchdowns apiece. It
brought Grannan’s season total to
8 TD’s and two extra points and
kept him out in front in the Great
er Columbus scoring race with 50
markers. Baumann has a total of
30.
Fourth Loss
Johnny Noll, Rosary’s fine half
back. accounted for both of the
Crusaders’ scores one on the
thirty two yard sweep and
the other on a one yard plunge.
The loss was Rosary’s fourth in five
outings. The East Siders will at
tempt to get back on the win trail
in a matinee game at Lancaster
BIS tomorrow.
Hank Weigelt and Jim De
Donatis led the Zanesville scoring
parade against Ohio Deaf with
two touchdowns each. Judy Mc
Carty tallied the other. The win
brought the Bishops season point
total to 135 to the opponents 31.
The previous week they had blast
ed Glouster 39 6.
Upset Minded
Columbus Aquinas’ rejuvinated
football forces travel to Columbus
West tonight and must be given a
good chance to upset the powerful
Cowboys. The Terriers broke into
the win column for the first time
last week by blasting Columbus
Central 20-7 while West sustained
its first loss of the year—a 14-13
reversal at (he hands of Hamilton
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nas to victory against Central with
two touchdowns. Jack Wihl scored
the other and Marion Melchiorre
added the two conversions. The
win was an important one for the
Terriers, who have been hampered
all season by injuries, and brought
their City League record to 1-2. It
may be the spark they need to keep
right on going.
Newark St. Francis’ six-man team
will meet Junction City in a re
turn Tri-County League engage
ment at Newark tonight. JC dump
ed the Wave 12-6 in the first meet
ingfc
St. Francis absorbed its third
League loss in four tries last week
—a 71 32 shellacking by unbeaten
South Zanesville. Don Frishen (2)
Mike Healy and Bill Winters ac
counted for Waves scores with Fred
Bormann kicking four conversions
good for eight points.
Marion St. Mary will trek to
Richwood tonight in quest of its
fourth win of the campaign after
annexing No. 3, 12-0, at the ex
pense of Columbus St. Mary last
week.
Homs Gams
Dan Merchant and Ted Kilbury
scored the Irish’ TD s in last week’s
win, with both scores coming in
the third period. Columbus St. Mary
will meet Xenia OSSO tonight at
Jones Field. Obetz. It will be the
Rams’ second home game of the
season.
Portsmouth Notre Dame the
Diocese’s only winless squad—will
host to McKell, Ky., tonight in
search of the first victory. The
Titans received their fourth shut
out in five games last week, a 44-0
blanking by unbeaten Waverly.
Lima St. Rose Eleven Gains
Revenge In Return Battle
DENNISON—Something new in
high school football circles a
“home and home” series between
two teams in the same season—
was recently completed between
Dennison St. Mary high and Lima
St. Rose.
It all started after St. Mary had
whipped St. Rose in the season’s
opener, 37-13. Both teams had open
dates Oct. 5 so the coaches decided
on a return engagement, it took
place at Lima with St. Rose battl
ing the Waves to a 25-25 tie
Johnny Fant in scored two TD’s
to bring his seasons total to 9
touchdowns and 56 points. It lower
ed St. Mary’s record to two wins,
a loss and a tie.
ONE MINUTE BIOGRAPHY
Francis William (Frank) Leahy
... the maestro of Notre Dame
where in nine seasons, he has
won 71 games, lost nine, tied
seven Born August 27,
1908, O’Neill, Nebr., raised at
Winner, S.D., where brilliant
prep athletic career was omen
of the future Decided
against pin boxing career in
favor of attending Notra Dame
played center and tackle
handicapped by injuries
close to Rockne graduated,
1931 Coached line at
Georgetown, Michigan State and
Fordham head man at Bos
ton College, 1939 40, winning 20
of 22 including Sugar Bowl vic
tory over Tennessee Suc
ceeded Elmer Layden at Notre
Dame 1941 ... splendid pre- and
post-war record once un
beaten 38 straight games
Lieutenant in Navy, 1944-45
Married Florence Reilly of
Brooklyn, N.Y., July 4. 1935
eight children Has three
brothers, four sisters Pop
ular speaker uses editorial
“we” refers to players as
his “lads” ... a perfectionist
Doesn’t smoke ... six feet
tall, weighs 185 light brown
hair deep-set blue eyes
Nothing succeeds like success.
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1952
This Week’s Gaines
Friday, Oct. 17
Columbus St. Charles at Circleville
Columbus Aquinas at Columbus West
Zanesville Rosecrans at Newcomers*
town.
Xenia OSSO at Columbus St. Mary
Junction City at Newark St. Francis
Marion St. Mary at Richwood.
Saturday, Oct. 18
Ironton St. Joseph at Dennison St.
Mary.
McNeil (Ky.) at Portsmouth Notre
Dame.
Rosary at Lancaster BIS (afternoon)
Next Week’s Games
Friday, Oct. 24
Columbus St. Charles at Hamilton
Catholic.
Columbus Aquinas at Cincinnati
Elder.
Columbus St. Mary Columbus Ros
ary.
Dennison St. Mary at Malvern
Carey at Marion St. Mary
Saturday, Oct. 25
Hebron at Zanesville Rosecrans
Fraseysburc at Newark St. Francis
Dover St. Joseph at Canal Fulton
Portsmouth East at Portsmouth
Notre Dame
Last Week's Results
Columbus St. Charles 47, Columbut
Rosary 13.
Columbus Aquinas 20. Columbus
Central 7.
Marion St. Mary 12, Columbus St.
Mary 0.
South Zanesville 71. Newark St.
Francis 32.
Waverly 44, Portsmouth ND 0.
Zanesville Rosecrans 33. Ohio Deaf
O.
The
Fifth
Quarter
Take note we’re back again.
Like a second string full back that
dashed off the bench for a short
attempt at left tackle only to show
that he was a better plunger than
stopper, we have abandoned our
wider tone and are back with the
CYO in Columbus and especially
in the Grade schools. It’s nice to be
back though there’s good company
in this league and really something
to write about.
We'd better start off the foot
ball season with a
We forecast that last
ner St. Agatha, will
close to repeating IF
to get through the season alive
and sane. Chollie Lebel and the
good Pastor, Father Kennedy, are
very much afraid that this
might not happen because things
have been in
dither for the
team of late.
prediction,
year's win
come very
it manages
First of all, the boys were
scheduled to play for the NCCS at
Chillicothe, October 5. The bus
was loaded and set to go when the
phone call came—bad weather, no
game. Confusion reigned briefly
while parents, players, etc., were
informed of the catastrophe. Two
day later, the team left for the
game with St. Ladislaus early
enough to make the four o'clock
starting time.
Four-thirty arrived and St.
Lad's was opponentless. The
reason?—St. Agatha was raring
to go in full equipment at South
WOOD while St. Ladislaus was
waiting where the game was
scheduled—at SouthVIEW. Oh
sure, they made it—but then,
and they hope it is all,—half
back DANNY WILES came up
with a bad appendix and will
be out for the season. They have
a whale of a team though, so
chances are they'll make if—
and they get another chance at
Chillicothe on November 9.
Speaking of St. Agatha reminds
us of a few other points concerning
Assumption league members. St.
Mary Magdalene, the league door
mat last year, has reversed the
field and after the second week
of hostilities was well in front. The
Far Western athletes mauled Ros
ary and St. Peter’s successively by
convincing scores. And ‘de’ boys
From Buttles Ave St. Francis arc
coming to life with their grand
‘Uncle’ Pete Albanese behind them.
Last year they couldn't even get
started this year they own an
even break in the record so far
and the loss was only by one TD. It
looks good to see the lads back at
it. Many a Columbus Catholic man
there is who will remember St.
Francis as a power in days gone
by-_
St. Mary'* is making a bid for
supremacy in the Presentation
League. Of course, the season
isn't very old but the first games
do give some indications of the
future barring upsets which
always happen. The little Ramb
lers are well coached was the
remark made to us by a thor
oughly beaten opponent. More
power to Carl Rau wh is re
sponsible for this situation.
TIME OUTS coaches and of
ficials were happy over the weigh
ing in plan this season. They didn’t
have to travel so far ... the largest
attendance ever was noted at the
first coaches meeting in September
which indicates greater interest
encouraging to say the least
Coaches voted out the use of
aluminum cleats in grade school
leagues for safety sake. This rule
is being carried out, too. Two re
ferees have ejected players from
the game for this reason ... by the
way, catch the new official, of
ficials shirt which will be sported
by all officials of CYO games,
Grade or Junior, in the future ...
Our sympathy to Clark Noles at
the recent loss of his mother. Clark
was very prominent in the athletic
circles at Holy Family school in
years gone by.
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This is the second in a series
on the Catholic players on the
Ohio State University football
team.
Two young men who were
switched to new positions in Spring
Tony Curcillo
Team
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St. Peter
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St Agatha
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St. Vincent
St. Patrick
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Curcillo, Hlay And Koepnick Spark
Ohio State’s Big Ten Title Drive
practice and a third who is doing
well at his original spot are among
the Catholic players on the 1952
Ohio State football team.
Playing at new slots are Tony
Curcillo, 6’ 1”, 195-pounder from
Elyria, moved from quarterback
to fullback and linebacker, and
Bob Koepnick 6’, 195-pounder from
Dayton who was switched from
fullback to right halfback. The
third is John Hlay, a 6’ 1”, 215
lb. giant who is the Bucks’ starting
fullback.
After playing in the shadow of
the great Vic Janowicz for three
years at Elyria and two nt Ohio
State, Curcillo hopes to star in his
own right this year.
Now a Senior, he’s already had
one greet day in his collegiate ca
reer. That was in the Iowa game
last year when he set an all-time
Big Ten total offense record while
playing quarterback. In that game
he completed 10 of 14 passes for
292 yards and four touchdowns and
scored two TD’s himself on the
ground.
Tony was one of the best line
backers in the state (and also play
ed fullback) during his high school
days so the switch is nothing new
to him. He was a standout on de
fense during Ohio’s early games
this year and will surely see plen
ty of action on the offense.
Koepnick, also a senior, played
a total of 56 minutes in six games
at fullback last year and is now
second string right half behind
another Catholic Bobby Wat
kins. A graduate of Chaminade
high school in Dayton, Bob has
excellent speed in the open and is
happy in his new position.
Hlay is a senior who bids to be
come one of the brightest stars on
the ’52 Scarlet team. John was a
two-time all Ohio fullback at Niles
high school and is working on his
third letter at Ohio State. A block
busting type runner, he’s probab
ly the hardest worker on the
Buckeye squad.
OFFICIAL STANDING
Parochial Elementary Leagues
includes all- games up to October 12)
Presentation League
W Pts
3 n 58
Our Lady of Victor? n 3 2fl 88
Assumption League
St. Franci* __ 1 i 12 7
St. Ladislaus ............... 1 i 7 28
St. Auguatine
n i S 14
Hnlv Rnaarv
n i 0 25
St. Alo*aiua
Visitation League
St. Mary 4. Cornua Chriati 0
St. Christopher 40. St. John 12
Immaculate Conception 13, Sacred H«art
St. Catherine 38. Our Lady of Victory 20
St. Thomas 40. Christ the King 12
St. Leo 14. Our ady of Peace 0
St. Patrick 25. Holy Family 14
St. Mary Magdalene 8. St. Peter 0
St. Agatha 20. St. Ladialaua 0
St. Francis 8. St. Aloyaiur 0
Holy Name 14, St. Augustine 8
New Lexington
St. Al oy si us
1952—Basketball Schedule—1953
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan. 10
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
18 Rock Bridge
21 .... at Newark St. Francis
28 New Straitsville
5 Moxahala
9 Junction City
13 at Zanesville Rosecrans
19 at Rosary
26 Alumni
30 Dover St. Joseph’s
3 at Ironton St. Joseph’s
6 .' at Corning
Columbus St. Mary’s
13 at Nelsonville
20 at Moxahala
23 Somerset Holy Trinity
30 Crooksville
2 at Holy Family
10 Lancaster St. Mary’s
13 Chauncey Dover
s
2 0 47 13
1 n 38 20
2 a 1 39 25
1 i 32 10
a 0 45
0 2 1 28 39
n 2 S 40
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2 a 27 12
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0 9 fl 71
W Pts
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.2 s 34
Our Ladv of Peace 0 1 13 27
Hoh Family
n 2 18 45
Christ the King______
12 78
Last Week's Scores
1 a 38 n
1 8 0
1 a 1 38 29
1 i in 18
Feb. 17 at Somerset Holy Trinity
Feb. 20 “at Chillicothe C. C.
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