8—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, October, 30, 1953
Tom Quinn, Former Zanesville
St. Thomas Star, is Married
ZANESVILLE Tom Quinn,
former Zanesville St, Thomas foot
bill and basketball star was mar
ried last Saturday, in St. Nicholas
Catholic church, to the former
Margaret Ann Weber, daughter of
Mr, and Mrs. William Weber of
Quinn, the son of Mr, and Mrs.
Andrew Quinn of 310 North Fifth
street, is employed by the Armco
Steel Corporation here. He star
red on the St. Thomas football
squad in 1944. the first year the
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school took up football. Quinn’s
best game was against Glouster
when he scored two touchdowns
on runs of 76 and 89 yards.
While in the Navy he played
for the powerful New London,
Conn., Submarine base team where
he was a teammate of Bill Dudley,
now of the Washington Redskins.
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Here's the Columbus St. Charles football team which will meet
Columbus St.Mary tonight at 8 p. m. in the South high school stadium.
First row, left to right, Dan Loftus, Bill Burke, Tom Kuhn, Dennis
Martin, Jim Lehman, Tom Young, and Ernie DeMatteis. Second row,
Tom Moushey, Mike Heist, Jim Walter, Jim McAdams, Lee Kletziy
co-captain, Dave Savely co-captain, Phil Amerose, Joe Ryan, Al Fink,
and Bob Igel.
St. Charles, St. Mary Meet
For 27th Time Friday Night
Columbus South high school s Mahaffey stadium will be the scene
of the 27th football meet-ng tonight between Columbus St Charles
and Columbus St. Mary. In the long series, dating back to 1926, St.
Charles has won 15 games while St. Mary’s has walked off with 11
wins. The Rams last won in 1947. In 1952, Mike Grannan scored
three touchdowns as the Carolians won 38-0.
St. Mary’s lost to Xenia Woodrow Wilson last week—while St.
Charles won an easy 27-13 game from Linden McKinley.
New Lexington St. Aioysius won the Tri-County six man football
league championship last wtek when they downed South Zanesville.
This week the Blue Knights meet the same team in their final game
of the year
Zanesville Rosecrans is idle this week. The Bishops dropped their
fifth game of the season last week when they were trounced by Heoron.
The Zanesville club had won their first tilt the week previous when
they defeated Newcomerstown 15-14. Passing was the bright spot in
the Rosecrans win as quarterback Courtis Sousley end Chuck Matt
ingly tearred up for both Bishop TDs. Rosecrans ends its season next
week at McConnelsville.
Portsmouth Notre Dame will play its first football game under
new coach Dave Wetta when they take the field against Ironton St.
Joseph Friday night at Ironton. Wetta goes to work at the Ports
mouth school Monday although Pat Darone, former Titan coach who
resigned earlier this Reason, is still with the squad. Portsmouth has
one more game on the schedule, a night game at New Boston on
Columbus Aquinas’ up and down Terriers meet Columbus Central
Thursday night in a Columbus City league contest. The Pirates,
leading the loop, can just about wrap! up the championship with a
win over the Irish. I«ist week, Boh McQuade’s crew dropped Columbus
South. The win gave Aquinas a record of three wins, two losses and
Marion St. Mary goes after its sixth straight win Saturday night in
Marion when they meet Carey. The Irish notched their fifth win of
the campaign last Saturday when they downed Richwood.
Dover St. Joseph was scheduled to go against Strasburg Thurs
day at Strasburg. The Ramblers now have a four won two lost record.
Dover was two more games on tap, November 6 against North Canton
and November 14 Dennison St. Mary.
Newark St. Francis was scheduled to end the season at Perrys
ville, Thursday. The Green Wave has won four and lost two so far
this year. Both of the losses came in Tri-county league play. This is
thr second best record established by the Newark squad since they
started six man football three years ago. The 1951 squad won five of
six games. Last season they posted a mark of two wins and five losses.
Dennison St. Mary is idle this week. The Blue Waves have two
more games left on the docket. November 7 they meet Roscoe and
then close the season with their traditional foe, Dover St. Joseph, on
Columbus Rosary will meet Summit Station Saturday night at
the Columbus Central high school field. Parents of the Rosary grid
ders will be honored. Following the game the parents will attend
a social in Rosary’s gym. The “R” club is sponsoring the event.
Dave Wetta Named Football
a former football and basketball
star at Central Catholic high
school, was named this week to
the head football coaching spot at
Notre Dame high school. He suc
ceeds Pat Darone w ho resigned the
coaching job several weeks ago.
Father Robert White, principal,
said that Wetta would assume his
new duties on November 2. Darone
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Two Columbus Rivals St. Charles. St. Mary's Meet Tonight
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will finish out the Notre Dame
Wetta is 26 years old, a navy
veteran and married. He attended
St. Mary’s grade school and was
graduated from Central Catholic
high in 1947. He reeived a B.S de
gree in Physical Education at Ohio
university, Athens, in 1951.
Wetta’s coaching experience in
cludes the post of student director
of intramural sports while at Ohio
U., six weeks as assistant basket
ball coach at Notre Dame last year,
and two years as football coach of
the Notre Dame reserve team.
The new coach was employed at
the Williams Manufacturing com
pany from June, 1951 to December,
1952. He is at present acting as
supervisor of the service section
of the contract awards department
for Peter Kiewit.
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Third row, John Piccoro, assistant manager Kelvin Donahue,
manager Dom Tiberi, assistant coach Tom Martin, John Clifford,
Dick Conio, Lee DeMastry, Brien Donahue, Bob Schwenker, Paul
Sopko, Don DeShetler, Mike Colley, Father Edward Spiers, athletic
director, and Coach Jack Ryan. Fourth row, Joe Little, Djve
Sheehan, Jim Hughes, Don Ettore, John Allen, Sal Presutti, Jack
Stack, Al Schmitt, Jerry Morris and Bill Sexton.
Teams W Pts Pts Pet
St. Catharine 4 1 83 26 8
St. Mary Mag. 3 0 46 12 7
St. Dominic 22 31 33 4
Holy Rosary 22 26 25 4
St. Augustine 1 1 1 24 27 4
1mm Concep. 1 3 1 25 66 3
St Christophei 04 19 65 0
October 30, Friday
St. Augustine vs. St. Christopher at
St. Mary Magdalene vs. Holy Rosary
at St. Vincent.
St. Dominic vs. Immaculate Con
ception at Whetstone
Teams W Pts Pts Pct
St. Ladislaus 5 0 146 18 10
St. Agatha 4 1 63 12 8
St. Mary 3 2 115 62 6
St. John 2 2 1 51 32 5
Corpus Christi 2 2 1 50 47 5
Victory 2 3 55 84 4
Holy Name 2 2 34 88 4
St. Peter 2 3 36 56 4
St. Aioysius 1 3 55 68 2
Christ the King 0 5 14 144 0
October 1 5, Sunday
St. Agatha vs. St. Mary al Chilli-
October 29, Thursday
St. Aioysius vs. St. Peter at West
Christ the King vs. St. Ladislaus
at Southview No. 1
Corpus Christi vs. Holy Name at
St. Mary Magdalene’s, St. Ladis
laus are roaring along in their re
spective leagues as this column
goes to press. St. Ladislaus has
been the terror of the middle
weights, knocking off every oppon
ent with comparative ease. St.
Mary Magdalene’s has had a rough
er time squeaking by running up
St. Catharine by one.TD and play
ing a stalemate with St. Augustine.
Of course Rosary might step up to
day and sidetrack the west siders
but if things go true to form that
will not be the case.
There is a third league and. well,
we aant say much about that to
day. Our l^ady of Peace and St.
Leo teams which have been smash
ing along during the season at a
great pace were to collide yes
terday at Southview fieki. The win
ner of that game''has the league
The elementary season has been
an excellent one. The leagues
have not been too much off bal
ance and some very fine play has
been the result. The All Star
games will be played as usual this
year on Thanksgiving day to cli
max the season.
The cooperation from the coach
es and the teams has made the suc
cessful year they are to be con
gratulated for the all-out effort.
The rules of the association have
in mind the safeguarding of the
program. Organized as recreational
play, the league suffers when indi
vidual schools or parishes try to
overemphasize the program. One
rule calls for control of publicity
since there is to be no individual
notice given to any player on any
team. Only once or twice this year
has this rule been disregarded and
then it has been by some one not
officially connected with the team.
The Catholic Youth Recreation
Association, the organization which
develops all of the recreational
programs for the youth of the Di
ocese, is expanding the basketball
setup this year in hopes of serving
more boys. Basketball leagues will
be formed tor the following age
groups if enough interested teams
are lined up parish elementary
November 1. Sunday
Victory vs. St. John at Chillicothe
Teams W Pts Pts Pct
St. Leo 5 0 104 78 10
of Peace ... 5 0 140 22
St. James 3 2 36 31 6
St. Francis 2
38 46 4
Sacred Heart 2 60 44 4
Holy Family 1 4 56 59 2
St. Patrick I1
4 13 88 2
St. Vincent 0 4 6 110 0
October 29, Thursday
St. Patrick vs. Holy Family at
Our Lady of Victory vs. St. Leo at
Southview No. 2
St. Francis vs. Sacred Heart at
Gowdy No. 1
St. James vs. St. Vincent at St.
Last Week's Results
St. Augustine 6 St. Catharine 15
St. Dominic 18, Holy Rosary 14
St. Mary Magdalene 20 Immaculate
St. Agatha 13 St. Aioysius 0
St. Peter 12 Victory 6
St. Mary 41 Christ the King 7
Corpus Christi 6 St. John 6
St. Ladislaus 38 Holy Name 0
St. Leo 19 St. Francis 0
St. James 12 Sacred Heart 6
Our Lady of Peace 21 Holy Fami
St. Patrick 13. SI in cent 0
The Fifth Quarter
division for boys in grade school
and not 15 years of age by Septem
ber 1 of this year parish prep di
vision for boys of parish 14 years
of age, up to and including those
who have not yet reached their
17th birthday parish senior di
vision lor boys 15 years of age and
up, including those w ho have not
yet reached their 19th birthday,
and the parish men’s division for
young men 19 years of age and
over. The girls’ division will in
clude league for girls of grade
school age and those of high school
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO—A fourth
period pass from Ron Cardwell to
Hughey Spires was good for a
touchdown and Dan Wilhelm’s
placement, which followed, enabled
Columbus Rosary to come irpm be
hind for a 7-6 victory over Notre
Dame High School here Saturday
uight in Municipal stadium.
The winning pass play covered
Rosary now has a 3-3 record for
Notre Dame scored in the second
quarter on a short pass from Pat
France to Mike Doyle.
Rosary Fullback Joe Lauffers
weiler had a productive offensive
output for the Crusaders, averag
ing 6.3 in 15 carries.
WINOOSKI PARK. Vt. (NC)—
Thomas A. Garrett, registrar of St.
Michael’s College here, announced
that a special February 1954 class
for Korean veterans will be form
ed and will be accelerated by an
eight-week summer session. By
this plan, he explained, veterans
who were too late to enter the Sep
tember. 1953. class will be sopho
more' by September. 1954.
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Three members of the Univer
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they enrolled at the Ohio school.
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bin, halfback, and Roy Fischer,
guard. All three joined the team
during their sophomore year.
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This Week's Gaines
Thursday, Octobar 29
Columbus Aquinas at Columbus
Newark St. Francis at Perrys
Dover St. Joseph at Strasburg
Friday, October 30
Columbus St. Charles vs. Colum
bus St. Mary at South high
South Zanesville at New Lexing
ton St. Aioysius
Portsmouth Notre Dame at Iron
ton St. Joseph
Saturday, October 31
Carey at Marion St. Mary
Summit Station vs. Columbus
Rosary at Central high
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