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Junior C.Y.O. Blue League
Sunday, March 8
Immaculate Conception v». Our Lady
of Victory
Holy Rosary ■». St. Agatha
St. Christopher vs. St. Aurustin*
St. James vs. St. Michael
Junior C.Y.O. White League
St. John vs. St. Leo
St. Mary »». St. Domintt
Holy Name «*. St Catharine
Corpus Christi v*. St. Mary Magdalene
Girl's Grade School
Schedule
Wednesday, Mar. 11
Stephen
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Francis at Gnd-
Corpus Christi v*.
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St. Catharine v».
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Irish Reach Basketball Tourney Semi-Finals
Here's the Marion St. Mary team which has been rolling right along in
tournament play. The team tied for third place wih Newark St. Francis in
In the above photo, left to right, first row: Bob Niggemyer, mgr. Joe
(kneeling), John McNamara, and the Rev. Robert Gately (assistant pastor).
Row two: Joe Murphy, Mike Anderson, Pat O'Connor, Jack O'Keefe, Larry Ryan, Dave Smith, and
Ray Robbins, coach.
Row three: Don Shoemaker, John Messenger, Paul Kraft, Gerry
Only Four Teams
Remain In Race
Marion St. Mary assumed the
role of dark horse last week as
the Irish found themselves in the
semi
In
MA 4411
District
Wes tee­
inal round of the
tournament at
Otterbein college.
Mary was scheduled
villc’s
St.
Hebron, the Licking county champs,
Thursday night. Should they win,
the Irish will take on the winner
of the Iberia-Plain City game, Sta
urday night at seven o'clock. Win
ner of this game will move to tha
regional
Athens.
to meet
tourney at either Troy or
diocesan teams
well as Marion
now out of the
haven’t
Most of
running.
fared as
them arc
Mt. Vernon
ter St. Mary
Coshocton Sacred Heart,
(•ollie Central Catholic, Dover SI.
Joseph. Portsmouth Noire Dame,
and three Columbus schools, Aqui
nas, St Charles, and Holy Rosary
lost their tournament games last
week and are now waiting for base
ball.
Vincent.
Lancas-
Zanesville Rosccrans,
Sacred Heart, Chilli­
Still the running, st press
time. besides Marion, are Somer
set Holy Trinity, New Lexington
and
the Sectional
it was a case
Dover
must
at
us
of “one of
Dennison ousted
St. Joseph. Somerset Holy
Inriity pulled what probably is ihe
biggest upset when they knocked
prevously unbeaten McArthur
68-66.
To LaSalle
Feb 23—(NC)
*ck Award was
aSalle College
Xnoliicr luard
PHILADELPHIA,
The Brotherhood W
presented to the I.
basketball team here by the Phila
delphia Co inty Council of the
Jewish War Veterans
Ihe award was presented by Dr.
(.ill Rubin County Commander,
for a "true pt-i'iical demonstra
tion of brotherhood” since the
team is mixed both religiously and
racially The learn includes Tom
Golt t’llliolir I red lehlc, a
I’rolcsLint XoruiHii Greklh, a Jew.
and Jackie Moore, a Negro, among
others.
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1953
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the Exempted and District
CCL play with a 4-3 mark.
Tinnerello, Butch Merchant
Ballenger and Jack Armbuster.
Holy Cross Names
2nd All-Catholic
All-Americ’n I earn
WORCESTER, Mass. Feb. 28—
Eleven of the nation's leading
Catholic College basketball play
ers, two from first-ranked Seton
Hall and two from fourth-ranked
LaSalle, have been named to the
second annual All-Catholic, All
America collegiate basketball team
in a nation wide poll of Catholic
CollegegJjaskethali coaches, publici
ty directors and sports editors of
Catholic newspapers. A total of 80
ballots were received in the poll
conducted by Lester “Bus” Sheary
and Jerry Healy,
kethall coach and
tor respectively.
Holy Cross has
publicity direc­
getters with Dukes
votes and O'Brien
65 of the 80 ballots.
Salle’s sensational s
lowed Dukes
total of
Dennison St.
tourney
55 votes.
Cross, the number one
District One tor the entire
placed their one-two scor-
Holy
team in
season,
ing punch. Captain Earle Markey
and Togo I’alazzi, on the second
annual All-Catholic,
squad. Dick Ricketts,
Ron Feiereisel, DePaul, and Norm
Grekin. LaSalle, followed the
voting.
The second annual poll conduct
ed by Sheary and Healy was featur
ed by a three-way tie between Rich-
Seton Hall, Ed Conlin,
and Dick Rosenthal, No
each receiving a total ol
ic Regan,
Fordham,
tre Dame,
21 votes.
the smallest member
with the oth-
O'Brien
of the squad at 5’9
ers ranging from 6’1” to 6’11”.
Dukes, O’Brien and Markey are re
peaters on the AH Catholic team.
The All-Catholic. All America and
Ml atholic All 1'isti o teams fol
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1952-53 All-Catholic, All America
Basketball Team
Dukns
O’Brien
Walter
Johnny
Tom Gola
Togo Palatxt
Dick Hoaenthal
Ion Hall
LaSalle
Holy Cross
Duqu^ana
DePaul
_S«ton Hall
Fordham
Notre Dame
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Tom Williams, Ohio Basketball
Captain, In Last Game Monday
When Ohio State and Michigan
leave the floor after their game
next Monday night in the Fair
grounds coliseum. Tom Williams,
Ohio State's captain will have com
pleted his basketball career.
The 6-4 senior from Lima will be
graduated this June. And after
graduation comes a stint in the ar
my. Tom’s a member of the
at State.
ROTC
from
Williams was graduated
Lima St. Rose in 1949. He
member of the St Rose team that
went to the state finals in 1948.
losing to Eaton in the champion
ship game.
“We thought we'd be back in '49
when we were seniors, but Del
phos St. John's knocked u* off,"
said Tom. Delphos went on to win
the state tourney that year.
was a
At Ohio State, Williams played
three years on the varsity. Against
Purdue in his first year he scored
19 points, his hignest single game
total in college.
Majoring in accounting, he plans
to return co Lima after his army
service and join nis father in the
wholesale fruit and vegetable bus
iness.
Tom rat^s Chuck Darling of last
year’s Iowa team and Johnny Kerr
of this year’s Illinois team as prob
ably the two toughest players he
has faced. He thinks Kerr is a bet
ter all-round piayer than Don
Schlundt, this year’s leading confer
ence scorer from Indiana.
desire to
his school
be glad to
on a
Williams does not
coach as a career after
days are over. “But I’d
help out at some school
time basis,.’’ he said.
part-
the
state
high
He rates playing
tournament as his greatest
school memory and in college his
big moment came last year when
he stole the ball from Minnesota’s
Ed Kalafat and scored a game win
ning basket with less than ten sec
onds left in the game. Ohio won by
one point.
Williams, the only married man
on the Buck squad, lives with his
wife, Betty, and brother, Bob, in
a house near the OSU campus.
Bob, a freshman, will be trying
out for the Ohio State baseball
team that won the state title two
years ago.
The
Dukes, six-loot
skyscraper, and
Towering Walt
eleven Seton Hall
little Johnny O’Brien, five-foot nine
Seattle midget, were the top vote
s collecting 68
was named on
Fifth
Tom Gola, La
sophomore, fol
O’Brien with a
and
Quarter
All America
Duquesne.
SportIighl On
Columbus
Grade Schoolers
Our first experiment with the
Grade school tournament progiain
on a wider level is so far proving
first session in
great affair. It
for the boys to
home towns for
proved
successful. The
Lancaster was a
was a big thrill
travel from their
the game and Lancaster
a very good host
Father Kulp is really enthused
over the prospects of the tourna
ment in future years
Mission director
Xow that the season is ended
as far as the regular league play
goes wed like io commend the
work of the coaches and officials
for their cooperation during the
year. The teams showed an excel
lent spirit which is due to the
right kind oi direction. We think
too that the refereeing this year
hit a new high The St Charles
Gym leagues were worked by Ken
Grimes, Dave Sorohan, Mike Gran
non. Lee Kletzy, Date Savely, and
Jack Bauman.
The Annunciation games were
under the direction of Charles
Benedetti, Forest Sharrock and his
Rosary High athletes. Joe Pawdaw
ski and Jim Doone Charles Swartz
and James Kelley helped out with
the tournament work Oi course,
as long as there ire referees there
will always be fans, players, etc.,
to criticize them—that seems to be
part of the gam?. But the men
who worked the games this year
didn’t rate too much criticism.
Refereeing for Grade school dif
fers a bit from the games tor high
er ups. The kids are supposed to
play according to the rules but
they're also supposed to enjoy it.
There are a lot oi things that hap
pen in a Grade school game that
would be foul if .he players were
older. Our .efs keep this mind
and thats why they do a good
job
We are sure that baseball is real
ly around the corner This was
brought to our attention when we
were called »n on the meeting to
discuss the Knothole Gang situa
tion in the city of Columbus. State
Auditor Rhodes. Mick Barrack.
George Sisler and Frank Mdlyar
are the topnotrhers behind the
program. The Knothole gang as
far as the Columbus Red Birds go
has slipped in recent years. Of
course, we are of the opinion that
night baseball has helped that, but
at any rate, there’s a general de
sire to get things moving this year.
We hope so When the first Knot
holers made then appealance here
in Columbus the mighty Senators
were still clipping the walls at old
Neil Park and to sit in the bleach
ers there was something Maybe
the interest will grow again—at
least we ar* behind it
NEW PERSONALITIES in our
Grade school adult leaders group
li^jCHLCKlR CAS
TOM WILLIAMS
Ohio State Center-Forward
Catholic
Elementarv League
Final Standings
Visitation League
Cypnai
Our Lady of Victory
St. Dominic _______
rpuB
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Thomas ...__ .. ...
L.
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Butch is more interested in the
St. Rose team thai. the kids them
selves—and the team shows the
results. Ho not only coaches the
team but he spends many an hour
away from his job working to help
provide equipment for the hoys. A
medal for two fine men—Keys and
Loilo.
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ire Si (alharines Tom Key* and
i ington -si Rost Butch
Loilo. Tom at the helm of the
olumbus Citizen sports and am
one who reads the sport news
knows (hat the Citizen coverage
has grown by leaps and bounds
during the last few years Tom at
present is making the St. Catharine
basketball team give a mighty good
account of itself- and
sacrifice of many hourt
time
lii Grade Tourney
The Catnolic Grade School
tournament, with attention now
spotlighted on Columbus teams,
moves into the semi-final round to
day (Friday) as winners clash at 4
pm. in the St. Charles gym to de
termine the teams that will ad
vance to fhe regional finals on
March 10.
The regional games will be play
ed between two teams from the Co
lumbus tournament and the two
squads which have already quali
fied from outside Columbus. They
are New ark St. Francis and Lancas
ter St. Mary.
Newark won the right to the re
gional with a convincing 45-26
win over Zanesville St Thomas
last Saturday in Newark. St. Fran
cis had previously beaten New Lex
ington St. Rose 50-20. In the con
solation game before the St. Fran
cis-St. Thomas clash. Newark Bless
ed Sacrament, beaten before by
St. Thomas, trounced New Lexing
ton 42-34.
Meanwhile, at Portsmouth, Lan
caster St. Mary’s smooth team mov
ed into the regionals with a well
deserved win over Portsmouth St.
Mary. The score was 35-22.
The conso.ation game at Ports
mouth found, Chillicothe St. Mary
losing to Portsmouth Holy Redeem
er 23-20. Chillicothe was beaten by
Portsmouth St. Mary in the first
round. Holy Redeemer bowed to
Lancaster.
The winners, runner-ups and
consolation chamnions received tro
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