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Friday, Jan. 2
Marengo at Mt. Vernon St. Vineent.
Manon St. Mary at Delphos St. John.
Springfield Catholic at Columbus St.
Middlebranch at Dennison St. Mary.
Saturday, Jan. 3
Urbana St. Mary at Columbus Holy
Philo at Zaneavtlie Roaecrana.
New Lexington St. Aloysiua at Iron
ton St. Joaeph.
Richwood at Marion St. Mary.
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Tuesday, Jan. 6
Columbus Holy Family at Columbus
Columbus Aquinas at Circleville.
Hopewell at Zanesville Rosecrans.
Vernon St. Vincent.
Mary at Lancaster
Do. er St. Joaeph at Denniaon St.
Columbus Rosary at Kenton.
Wednesday, Jan. 7
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Led by high-scoring pivotman Virg Blakely,
the potent Mt. Vernon St Vincent eagers (above)
have shown fast early-season development under
their new coach, Jack Hogan.
Blakely, who broke all Knox County sopho
more scoring records last year, is bidding for
an even greater season in his junior year. In the
Streaks’ first seven games (in which
piled a 3 4 mark) Virg poured through
for 23 7 per game average.
The 33 Murphys, according to
the Student Directory for 1952 53,
constitute the largest group
students with the same name
Notre Dame In addition, one
the university’s vice-presidents,
public information director and
three faculty members also belong
to the Murphy clan
Columbus Holy Family, winner
ol only one of its first eight
games, is looking forward to better
days as the second half of the sea
son rolls around.
I he Rev. John Simon, assistant
pastoi and coach ot the squad,
said "1 think the boys will look
better once our league schedule
begins. At least we hope Io better
our last place finish of 1952.” The
Raiders have puked up valuable
game experience as the season has
progressed. With last year’s letter
men now working more smoothly,
Simon hopes to make it a little
rougher on league foes this year.
Father Simon is particularly
pleased with the improved play of
semoi Dan lagan who tallied 18
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His high marks have come against
Sacred Heart. Somerset Holy Trinity an^ the
Alumni with 32. 29 and 25 points respectively
while his low' total was 10 against Dennison St.
Joins Notre Dame “’Irish'’
THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1953
High-Scoring Virg Blakely, Now A Junior,
Again Pacing Mt. Vernon St. Vincent Streaks
Grade School News
full platoons of Mur
enrolled at the Uni
Notre Dame—known on
the football field as the Fighting
Honors lor the longest name on
the list go to John James Dilen
schneider, of Columbus, Ohio,
whose 14 letter name barely fits
into his weekly column in “Th*
Heading the list of seminarians
studying at Notre Dame is Nor
ns E* Amen
Guard Paul Heffelfinger trails Blakely in
scoring with 84 markers in the first seven games.
Forward Al Wunsch and Guard Bill Petersen place
third with 46 apiece.
Last Monday and Tuesday, the Blue Streaks
participated in the annual holiday invitational
tournament at Homer with Utica, Croton-Hart
ford and the host team. They host Marengo of
Knox County tonight.
Members of the squad pictured above are,
left to right, first row: Heffelfinger, Jim Laurent,
Dave Conkling, Jack Farie and Dave Moushey.
Row two: Wunsch. Bill Peugh, Blakely. Petersen
and Chuck Flynn.
Boys’ Basketball Leagues Begin
Play Tomorrow At St. Charles
Plenty of spirited action will be featured on the St.
Charles basketball court tomorrow when the annual Columbus
CYO-grade schools boys’ basketball division gets underway.
Nine games will be played on adjoining courts beginning at 12
noon with the last game scheduled for 4 p. m.
Four leagues will be in opera
tion this year with the Presenta
tion, Visitation and Assumption
loops playing on Saturdays at St.
Charles and the Annunciation
scheduled during the week on dif
ferent floors. Each team will play
two rounds and all squads will com
pete in the annual tournament
scheduled for the first two weeks
points in his last outing
Chillicothe Central Catholic. An
other optimistic factor for the
Raiders is that all ol the starting
live has led the team in scoring
in at least one game this year.
Fagan now leads the team in
scoring with 75 points Center Har
ry DeLay, who missed two games,
is ,croud with 67 Then comes for
ward Tony Gualtien, 61 Sal No
cera. a member of the TIMES 1952
all diocesan team. 49 Jack Nicko
loff, 47. Paul Anthony 22 Chuck
Varner, 18 Joe Rubadue, 12 Don
Vicario. 5 Bill French. 4. and Pat
The Raiders’ next game is with
Urbana St. Mary on Jan 3. First
league game is scheduled Jan. 6
with St, Charles
In the picture above are, left
to right, first row Rubadue. Var
ner. Nickoloff and Walsh second
row Gualitcri, Nocera. DeLay. An
thony. and Fagan.
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East court and Our Lady of
Victory vs. St. Cyprian, West
p. m.: St. Patrick vs. St. Michael,
East court and St. Dominic vs.
St. Leo, West court.
p. m.: Sacred Heart vs. St. Mary,
East court and St. Agatha vs.
St. Christopher, West court.
4 p. m.: Corpus Christi vs. Immacu
late Conception, East court and
Here’s tomorrow’s schedule:
12 noon St. Aloysiu* v*. Our Lady
of Peace, East court.
I p. m.. St. John vs. St. Augustine,
Cathedral vs. St. Ladislaus, West
Eleven teams will again partici
pate in the CYO-grade school girls’
division with the season opening
the first week of January and clos
ing in March with the annual ‘Play
Day.' Schedules will be sent out
next week to coaches.
The CYO-grade school athletic
association will sponsor its winter
‘adult leaders’ night Sunday at 8
p. m. with the meeting being at
tended by coaches of participating
schools and other adults interested
in parish youth work.
Jerry Anglnn of St. Michael's
parish is chairman of the affair.
He is being assisted by
Woodword of St. Cyprian’s,
Pope of the Cathedral and
White of St. Augustine’s.
Feature of the informal meeting
will be a panel discussion on ‘rec
reational activity for boys.’ The
participants will be coaches from
the city’s various grade schools.
Refreshments will be served.
Bishop David Lc Cadre
Dies hi Pacific At 77
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Another wide-open champion
ship scramble is expected as the
Central Catholic Basketball League
opens its third season with the
clash between Springfield Catholic
and Columbus St. Mary tonight at
the Aquinas gym
League action continues tomor
row and Tuesday nights with single
game attractions and roles into
high-gear next Friday with three
games scheduled. With Friday’s
games, all teams will have played
at least one league game.
Lancaster St. Mary and Colum
bus St. Charles are expected to bat
tle it out for the CCL crown this
year with Springfield Catholic, Co
lumbus Rosary and Marion St.
Mary offering the strongest oppo
St. Mary’s, led by scoring twins
Dave Reinpe and Harry Fitzpat
rick. has looked good against both
Class A and teams this season
while compiling a 4-3 early-year
While losing their last two games
against unbeaten state champ Lock
land Wayne and rugged Zanesville
Rosecrans by 68-54 and 55-53
scores, the Irish w'ere greatly hurt
with the loss on fouls of Center
Fitzpatrick, who was named to
the CCL-A11 Star squad last year.
Lockland was winning only 52-49
when he departed.
Hurt by Fouls
The Shamrocks’ third loss was a
one-pointer to Somerset in the
opener. Wins have been over Rock
Bridge. Corning, Pleasantville, Ath
ens and Logan, the latter two both
Class A squads. So far, Fitzpatrick
has hit for 110 points and Reinpe
144, both in seven games.
St Mary’s will probably face its
biggest league test when it hosts
St. Charles next Friday in its open
er Another big game for the Irish
is scheduled Tuesday
clash with arch-rival
After losing its first
to Zanesville Rosecrans and Colum
bus Linden, St. Charles has started
to click and has now won four of
its last five games. Only loss in the
string was a 50-42 setback to high
scoring West while wins have been
over Columbus Academy 62-43, Co
lumbus St. Mary 52-36, Circleville
52-51 and Bexley 47-46.
The Carol ians lack over-all height
b.it have plenty of speed and hall
handling class. Capt. Orlando laco-
Two Game I^ead
In CYO League
Immaculate Conception swept two
out of three games from Holy
Family No. 1 to remain two full
games in front of the pack in the
Sunday Central Deanery CYO bowl
ing league at the Broad-Olympic
Eddie Wengerter of Immaculate
Conception team nailed a 507 three
game total while Louie Mack of
St. Aloysius No. 1 posted 201 single.
In the grils’ field, Margie Wilgus
o Holy Family No. 1 blasted 181
single with Tina Bevelacqua, St
Catherine, scoring 481 in the three
Top five seasonal high average
Warren Hopkina, St. Catharine -----172
Phil Volpe. St. John the Baptiat No. 1 162
Louie Mark. St.
Hill Elgin. Holy
Imm. Conception... 160
Aloysius No. 1 159
Family No. 1-------- 152
Lancaster St. Mary. St. Charles
Favored As CCL Scramble Opens
boni has been their chief offensive
producer so far with 93 points for
St. Charles’ first league test,
which comes next Tuesday against
Columbus Holy Family, should be
a fairly easy one The big hurdle
will be the Jan. 9 date at Lancas
ter St. Mary.
Marion St. Mary has shown prom
ise this year, although the Irish
lost by graduation two All-CCL
choices who helped carry them to
the league pennant last year. They
were Jim Kilbury and Dick Gunder
(who set a new league individual
scoring mark with 144 points.)
The Marion club has defeated
Carey, Columbus Aquinas and Rad
nor while losing to Lima St. Rose.
Fostoria St. Wendelin. and Lexing
Lots of Class
Springfield Catholic, which fin
ished sixth with a 1-6 loop mark
last year, showed plenty of class
in the league preview recently at
St. Charles. The Springfielders de
feated both Newark St. Francis
and Lancaster St. Mary.
Donna Goetz. St. Aloysius No. 1
Lawrens. Holy Family Ns. 1
Gallaghan, Imm. Conception
Bevilacqua. St. Catharine
Kav Rudd). Cathedral
AIovbiub No. 1
St. John the Baptiat No. 2
St. John the Raptiat No. I
Holy Family No 2
Holy Family No. 3
Lead St. Charles' Footballers
back, and Dave
tackle, will lead
the St. Charles
quet. Both boys
tal in the out
standing 9'1 rec
ord compiled by
the classy Card
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