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LTHOLIC TIMES
Oct. 9. 1953
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DePaul Ray Meyer, noted bas
ketball mentor at DePaul Univer
sity in Chicago, is “The Coach Who
Wins With Nothing,” according to
an article featured in the Novem
ber issue of Extension Magazine,
national Catholic monthly. A for
mer Notre Dame basketball star,
Meyer served briefly as an assist
ant coach at his Alma Mater, then
became head coach at DePaul—to
win nation wide acclaim as the
developer of the great George Mi
kan, according to the article.
Since Mikan’s departure, Meyer
has continued to build winning
teams despite what the article’s
authors. Chicago Tribune sports
writers Dave Condon and Ed Prell,
term shortages in “talent, facili
ties. and finances
The article gives details of the
tireless coaching needed to develop
Mtkan from an awkward giant into
the great star he became, and also
gives other tricks and talents dem
onstrated by the 39-year-old Meyer
in his career as a coach. One such
trick was ordering stalling tactics
until only six seconds were left of
an overtime period following a tie
game. DePaul’s attempt to drive in
and shoot then brought the foul
and subsequent winning free bas
ket Meyer expected, loiter ir. the
season the same tactic cost the
Demons the game when the foul
was called against DePaul for
charging!
Ohie Stat* -Charles (Chic)
Harley, Ohio State University’s
first all American and a three­
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Invading Ebbets Field in the wilds of Flatbush, N. Y., Father
John Chiramal, a Catholic priest from Cochin, South India, who is
planning to establish a Boys' Town of India, is shown with K. of
C. Grand Knight George Miletich of Brooklyn receiving some base
balls and bats from Manager Charlie Dressen of the Brooklyn
Dodgers.
Collegiate
Round-Up
time selection, will be inducted
into the National Football Hall of
Fame when the Buckeyes play
Michigan State in Columbus Nov.
7.
Dr. John W. Wilce, of Columbus,
Harley's coach at OMo State when
Chic was named all-American in
1916, 1917 and 1919, will head the
committee in charge of half-time
ceremonial arrangements. C. J.
(Jack) Farcasin of Cincinnati, who
was one of Harley’s halfback un
derstudies in that era and who also
is Hall of Fame chairman for Ohio,
likewise will serve on the commit
tee. Heading a court of honor for
Harley will be members of the
1916, ’17 and ’19 teams.
Harley spear headed Ohio State’s
first Western Conference champ
ionship team in his sophomore
year, and the Buckeyes repeated
as titleholders in 1917. Hailey’s
only college defeat occurred in the
final game of his senior year when
Illinois defeated the Buckeyes in
the last eight seconds, 9 to 7. The
loss deprived Ohio State of a third
title during Harleys playing days.
A Hall of Fame plaque will be
presented to Harley, who will be
one of 20 of the nations all-time
intercollegiate heroes to be hon
ored over the country this fall.
The plaque will be an exact du
plicate of one which will be hung
in the Hall of Fame at Rutgers
University, New Brunswick. N.J..
where the Football Shrine will be
erected. A third copy will be pre
sented to Ohio State University.
Chillicothe Booster Cl uh Opens
Drive for Additional Members
CHILLICOTHE—The Catholic Central Booster club opened its
fourth year last week with plans for a big membership drive. Funds
from the campaign will be used to finance the school's athletic
program.
Richard Southworth, president, said it is this year’s aim to enroll
every member of the St. Mary and St Peter parishes A commocial
campaign also will he staged, with business houses invited to support
the school’s program.
Funds will be ued to buy complete new baketball uniforms,
for a varsity, as ssell as necessary equipment for the basketball,
baseball and golf teams, and for
intra mural activities.
Since the organization of the
Catholic Central Booster Club,
sports at the local parochial school
have been on the upgrade Today
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athletic competition than ever be
fore irt^-its history.
Last year, the school fielded the
first baseball team in its history
and also its first golf team. Fin
ancial assistance from the Boost
ers Club made these possible, along
with an enlarged intramural sched
ule which gave every student an
opportunity to participate.
This season the Catholic Cen
tral basketball team will be coach
ed by Fr. Charles Jones, assist
ant pastor of St. Mar, Church. He
replaces Father John O’Conner,
transferred to Columbus.
Father Jones’ staff includes Will
ard Taylor athletic director and
assistant coach of the varsity, and
Jack Vogel, coach of the reserves.
The Booser Club plans to hold
a fall festival at the school early
in November as a kickoff for the
first basketball game which sends
Catholic Central to Centralia on
Nov. 6. The first home game this
year will be Nov. 13, against Al
lensville.
This years team will be main
stayed by last year s players who
compiled an impressive 15-2 rec
ord for the season.
Booster Club membership cards
may be procured from any of the
club’s officers. In addition to Mr.
Southworth, they include Robert
Snow, vice president Francis
Folk, secretary, and William
Schilder, treasurer.
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Unbeaten Blue Knights
Columbus St. Mary and Colum
bus Rosary, two long time rivals,
will meet tonight at Jones Field
in the diocese's top football attrac
tion for the week.
St. Mary's finally got in the win
circle last week when they defeat
ed Lancaster BIS. 13-6, Previously
the Rams had dropped 25-0 and
24-6 tilts to Dover St. Joseph and
Mt. Vernon.
In the Lancaster frey, Bob Paul
lus scored one touchdown ind Bill
Hilsheimer the other with Hils
heimer adding the placement.
Rosary lost its first start to Cir
cleville, 31-0, then came back and
topped Zanesville Rosecrans 25-0.
Last Saturday the Crusaders lost to
Springfield Central Catholic.
Zanesville Rosecrans, still look
ing for its first win. after three
losses will go to Glouster Friday
night to battle the Tom Cats of the
Muskingum Valley League. The
Bishops lost to West Lafayette, Co
lumbus Rosary and last week lost to
Columbus St. diaries.
The Zanesville school was sad
dened last week when Hank Wei
gelt, last year’s star quarterback,
basketball guard and baseball pitch
er. was killed in an automobile ac
cident. Weigelt was attending Ma
rietta college and was on the foot
ball team there. He was named to
the TIMES all-diocesan basketball
team last spring.
Dover St. Joseph's with two won,
one lost record, will meet Ashta
bula Harbor this Saturday. St. Jos
eph’s holds victories over Colum
bus St. Mary and Malvern. They
lost last week to the Massilon jun
ior varsity, 33 20.
Columbus St. Charles with a two
win-one loss mark will take on the
Upper Arlington Golden Bears this
Friday at the Boars’ stadium. The
Here's th* unbeaten N*w Lexington St. Aioysius six man football team. The Blue Knights have
roared past three straight opponents in posting their wins. In the front row, left to right, Merk Shoup,
Virgil Smith, Douglas Dunkle, Bill Metzger, Dick Nash, am Tony Dibari.
Second row, Jerry Bennett, Joe Hatem, Ken Carney end Tony Missiml.
Third row, Bob Sagan, Dick Wollenberg, George Horn, Bob Fowle, head coach and Noel Hankinson.
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Columbus St. Mary, Rosary Crusaders Clash
At Jones Field
Tonight Rami
Carolians won the opener over Bex
ley 6-0, lost to Columbus Central
34-6, and then topped Rosecrans
last Saturday in Zanesville.
New Lexington St. Aioysius, win
ners of their first three games this
year, were scheduled to meet Will
iamsport Thursday in New Lexing
ton. The Blue Knights opened the
season (their first) with a 56-19 tri
umph over Etna. Next they drop
ped Junction City 18-12, and last
Friday saw Bob Fowle’s squad de
feat Frazeysburg 51-6.
Newark St. Francis, also unbeat
en in three starts, will take on
Frazeysburg this Friday. This will
be the first road game for the
Green Waves.
Marion St. Mary's rampaging
Irish are idle this week after three
straight wins. Last week Marion
dropped Mt. Gilead 36-0. St. Mary’s
will visit Columbus St. Mary next
week.
Portsmouth Notre Dame will try
for its first win of the campaign
when it plays Chesapeake on Sat-
This Week’s Games
Friday, October 9
Columbus Rosary at Colum
bus St. Mary.
Zanesville Rosecrans at Glous
ter.
Columbus Aquinas at Colum
bus Linden McKinley.
Columbus St. Charles at Up
per Arlington.
Newark St. Francis at Frazeys
burg.
Saturday^ October 10
Chesapeake at Portsmouth No
tre Dame.
Ashtabula Harbor at Dover St.
Joseph.
Columbus atholic Elementary
Loops Swing Into Third Round
Third round action will begin in
the Columbus Catholic Elementary
leagues this week as 12 games are
cardpd. St. Mary Magdalene, St.
Ladislaus, St. Ix»o, and Our Lady
of Peace are the only unbeaten
teams.
St. Mary Magdalene is leading
the Heavyweight league with two
straight wins. St. Ladislaus heads
the Middleweight loop alter win
ning the two outings.
The lightweight list is headed
hy St. Leo and Our Lady of Peace,
each with a pair of victories.
The standings and schedules:
Heavyweight
Opp.
Team W Pts Pts
St. Mary Magdalene 2 0 20 6
Rosary ........... 1 0 6
St. Catharine ........... 1 1 33 20
St. Dominic ........... 1 1 13 13
Immac. Conception 0 1 0 6
St. Christopher 0 2 13 40
St. Augustine 0 0 0 0
Next Games
October 9, Friday
Immoculate Conception vs. St.
Christopher at Whetstone.
St. Dominic vs. St. Augustine at
Linden.
October 11. Sunday
Immaculate Conception vs. St.
Augustine at Chillicothe.
Middleweight
Team W Pts Pts
St. l^adislaus ..... ....2 0 60 6
St. Mary ............ ....1 1 30 27
St. John ........... ....1 1 27 13
Corpus Christi ... ....1 1 25 27
Victory ......... ....1 1 20 49
St. Agatha ........ ..... 1 1 13 12
St. Peter ............ ....1 1 18 19
Holy Name ........ ....1 0 13 6
St. Aioysius .... 0 1 13 21
Christ the Kinc 0 2 7 52
Next Games
October 11. Sunday
Christ the King vs. Victory at
Wolfe Park.
Corpus Christi vs. St. Agatha at
St. John.
St. Ladislaus vs. St. Aioysius at
Westgate.
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Team W Pts Pts
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Our I^dy of Peace 2 0 26 6
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October 8 .Thursday
St. Leo vs. Sacred Heart at South
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Holy Family vs. St. James at St.
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St. Patricks vs. St. Francis at
Gow dy No. 1.
Our Lady of Peace vs. St. Vin
cent at Dominion.
Last Week's Results
Heavyweight
St. Dominic. 7 St. Christopher 0.
St. Mary Magdalene 7, St. Cath
arine, 0.
Middleweight
Corpus Christi 25, Christ the
King 7.
St. Ladislaus 40. Victory 6.
St. Agatha 13. St. John 0.
St. Mary 21. St. Aioysius 13'
Holy Name 13. St. Peter 6.
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Lightweight
Our Lady of Peace 14. St. Fran
cis 0.
St. James 6 St. Patricks 0.
Holy Family 18. Sacred Heart 14.
St. Leo 51. St. Vincent 6.
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ner of the men’s North American
sailing championship. Eugene
Walet 111. started sailing six years
ago under doctors orders as an
aid to sinus trouble, he revealed
here.
The sailing champion, a senior
at Jesuit High School, was wel
comed from the races in Larch
mont, N. Y. where he took top
honors. School principal Father
Claude Stallworth. S. J., comment
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him. It s such a great honor 1
think it was worth it to let him
out of school.”
Walet was excused from his
Jesuit High classes to take part
in the sailing event
levs Win First
urday. The Titans have lost to
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Coal Grove.
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Panthers this Friday. After drop
ping the Portsmouth game, the
Terriers defeated Chillicothe, and
Columbus North, /.gainst North,
Aquinas looked very impressive.
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touchdown as they won 14-0.
Springfield Central Catholic up
set Rosary high by a 7-0 count
while Jack Ryan used his entire
St. Charles' squad in smothering
Rosecrans high. Zanesville. 46-7, in
a pair of contests last Saturday
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