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Father Dodd
To Speak At
Luncheon Club
Members of the Catholic Men’s
Luncheon Club will have a two
fold purpose at their regular
monthly meeting next Friday. July
3rd at the Virginia Hotel at 12
noon.
Father RicJjard Dodd, Director
of the CYO and Catholic Camps
will address the men of the CMLC
•nd explain the purpose of both
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Bird Stadium on July 19th.
As an added feature for the
luncheon that day Catholic mem
bers of the Columbus Red Birds
baseball team will be the guests
of Larry Murnane and Herb Eck
enrode co-chairmen of the July
meeting.
Members of the CMLC are es
pecially asked to bring their
younger sons to the luncheon next
Friday so they may meet manager
Johnny Keane and the other base
ball stars.
President of the club, Budd
Sweeney, announces that members
of the club have been 100% in
their pledges to the recent Devel
opment Fund Drive for Catholic
High Schools and a new St. Vin
cent's Orphanage.
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Schneider held First Presbyteri
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Church league game, 6 2, last week.
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Here's Danny Lynch, Columbus
Red Bird infielder, and another Ca
tholic member of the team who'll
be performing against the Kansas
City Blues on July 14th at Red
This week at the Marine Corps
Recruit Depot another champion
ship contest is being held for the
Manne Reservist and that is a
softball championship.
On the new softball diamond
in their training area all ten of
the reserve units now going
through two weeks of active train
ing here on the Island will com
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Friday of this week will produce
the winner of this softball tour
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competing against each other are:
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1 953
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Bird stadium. The night has been
set aside as "Catholic Campers
Night" with proceeds from ticket
sales going to Camp St. Rita and
Camp St. Joseph.
Columbus Marine Reserves
Compete In Athletics At P.l.
PARRIS ISLAND, S. -Competition is what the American way
of life is based on, and competition is also what makes a goqd fight
ing man.
The Marine Corps has found this true and through their extensive
athletic program has kept up with the highest traditions of the Marine
Corps in turning out the best of fighting men.
The ten organized reserve units now undergoing two weeks of
active training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Paris Island,
are also finding this out.
All reserve units in active training are in competition for two ma
jor trophies being awarded by
General Merwin II. Siherthoin
the Commanding General. Major
Huntington. W. Va., 1st Special In
fantry Battalian, New Orleans,
I-ouisiana, 31st Special Infantry
Company. Johnson City, Tennessee,
41st Special Iniantry Company,
Durham, N. C., and 61st Special
Infantry Company, IxYxington, Ky.
Also competing are 53rd Special
Infantry Company, Charleston, S.C.,
27th. Special
Columbus, O.,
try Company,
60th Special
Owensboro, Ky., and the 9th Spec
ial Infantry Company, Greenville,
S.C.
Infantry Company,
38th Special Inlan
Montgomery, Ala.,
Infantry Company,
SALESMAN
Columbus, Ohio
SUMMER
FESTIVAL
June 26-27
Benefit
St. James The Less School
Two Chevrolets On Display
Games Eats
Entertainment
Refreshments
ON THE SCHOOL GROUNDS
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Compliments
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'Boys' Nation
T”- 1
In Washington as members of the
annual Boys' Nation, these stu
dents from Catholic high schools
pause in the National Statuary
Hall of the U. S. Capitol Building
to take a reverent look at Cali
fornia's "outstanding citizen," the
mission trail blazer. Father Juni
per© Serra, O.F.M., whose cause
for beatification is underway. In
the program sponsored by the
American Legion, the boys were
selected for outstanding perform
ance in their own Boys' State,
and participate in a "Model Sen
ate" and elect their own Presi
dent. Left to right are: "Senator"
Robert Flemming, Camden (N.J.)
Catholic High School "Repre
sentative" John R. Paquette, Jes
uit High School, New Orleans
"Lieutenant Governor" Richard C.
Hotvedt, Marquette University
High School, Milwaukee "Gov
ernor" Henry C. Stackpole, Notre
Dame High School, West Haven,
Conn. (NC Photos)
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Jerry Morris slapped a grand
slam homer to start the ball roll
ing for St. Charles.
In Chillicothe the St. Mary’s
church team is resting in a tie for
first place in that city’s church
league. The Saints have a 2 0 mark.
In another church league the Ca
tholic Juniors continued their
winning ways with an 8-5 conquest
of EUB Red Birds.
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DETROIT—General Motors will telecast 11 complete college foot
ball games and parts of eight others over a 12-week span starting
Sept. 19.
GM said the National Collegiate Athletic Ass’n had approved the
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In addition, GM announced it is
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Sept. 19--Oregon vs. Nebraska 26—Holy Cross at
Oct. 3—Ohio State at California 10—Oklahoma at Texas 24—Four
game panoramic coverage: Cornell at Princeton, Arkansas and Missis
sippi at Memphis, Syracuse at'Illinois, Indiana at Iowa 31—Pittsburgh
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Nov. 7—Four-game panoramic coverage: Georgia and Florida at
Jacksonville, North Carolina at South Carolina. Wisconsin at Northwest
ern, Kansas State at Kansas 14—Michigan at Michigan State 21—
Southern California at UCLA 26--Thanksgiving Day Brigham Young
at Utah 28 Army-Navy at Philadelphia.
Dec. 5- Southern Methodist at Notre Damp.
Sports Of The Times
Mike Grannan, St. Charles’ sterling pitcher-catcher, has been
invited to attend a New York Giant tryout camp at Springfield this
summer, It is reported the Chicago White Sox are also interesed in he
St. harles Grad.
Grannan had a 7 1 pitching mark with the Carolians this past
season and did a great job of catching Joe Rotonda's hurling.
Mike would prefer catching in the future but he feels he needs
more weight on his 165 lbs. to make the grade in pro ball.
While on St. Charles, Jack Schirtzinger, a freshman, has hurled
nine innings of Little Bigger league ball without allowing a hit or
run. He tossed a no-hitter against the Spring Street “Y” in the open
ing game of the league season and last week he came back with four
perfect innings before being
lieved as the Cards swamped
East Side Businessmen 13 1.
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all junior high school league team
announced last week. Those honor
ed were: Lee Miller, an infielder
Pete Redd, outfielder, and Jim
Mentel the Terrier’s ace pitcher.
Mike Dodd and Don Devereaux
received honorable mention on the
dream squad.
St Charles i tied for first place
in the Central Ohio Summer Base
ball league. The Cards hate won
two games without a loss.
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