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THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, November 6,1953
Times Change
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DAYTON, O.—The "old man"
is still at it.
Phil Shoup, 215-pound senior,
was at right tacgie Saturday
when the Flyers played the Uni
versity of Cincinnati.
The handsome Flyer lineman
observed hi 26th birthday on
Tuesday (Oct. 20) and although
he's playing a rugged sport gen
erally regarded as oelonging to
younger athletes, he's more than
holding his own.
Shoup, who prepped at Colum
bus South high school, got a late
start in college. There was a
our of duty in the Navy in which
he served with the medical corps.
T|,en after leaving service he
became a state trooper for Ohio.
It was while serving as a troop
er that the 6'3" senior became
interested in L'.D. Shoup and his
partner frequently stopped off
at U.D. Stadium on game days
and Phil decided he'd like to
trade uniforms.
He switched his trooper's uni
form for Flyer football togs and
in his first year on the varsity
became first string defensive
tackle and helped the Flyers into
the Salad Bowl in Phoenix, Ari
zona. That was in 1951.
Last season Shoup again play-
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Here's the Portsmouth Notre Dame grid squad which will meet Irorvton St. Joseph's tonight in
Ironton. In the front row, left to right, Gerry Harrtlagg, manager Rush, Simon, Doyle, France, Evans,
Frantz, Bauer, Barry, Sand, and Kean, Manager.
Second row, left to right, Doyle, Goings, Russell, Gavin, E. Russell, Hock, Glockner, McBride,
Pierron, Haley, Dorini, Nevile, and head coach Pat Darone.
Third row, left to right, True, Doll, Youart, Milstead, Beattie, Banchy, Prose, manager Foster,
Witter, J. Milstead, Grisbaum, J. Franz and Furguson.
Diocesan Gridders Play At Dayton And St.. Joseph’s
ed first string defensive right
tackle, but got a taste of offen
se upon occasions. That made
him better prepared to meet the
changes brought out by the ban
ning of the two-platoon system.
Shoup had no trouble making
the switch to offense and Kis
play has been one of the bright
spots of a season that has bee*v
rough on the Flyers in the won
lost column.
Most pleasing to the coaches
has been the fact that Shoup has
not come down with that afflic
tion that hits so many fourth
year ball players—"Senioritis."
Shoup still digs and drives like
a sophomore. He's eager and ag
gressive although his teammates
upon occasions playfully refer
to him as the "old man."
This Week's Games
Thursday, November 5
Zanesville Rosecrans at Malta
McConnelsville.
Friday, November 6
Columbus Aquinas at Colum
bus West.
Columbus St. Charles at
Grandview.
North Canton at Dover St. Jos
eph.
Roscoe at Den-nison St. Mary.
Portsmouth Notre Dame at
Ironton St. Joseph.
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Columbus Aquinas After Fourth Win Against West’s Cowboys Tonight
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COLLEGEVILLE, Ind.—David
Krigbaum, a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry A. Krigbaum of 706 Mt.
Vernon-av, Marion, is a member
of this year's St. Joseph's college
varsity football squad, the Pumas.
Krigbaum, a varsity letter win
ner, is the team's first string
right halfback. A junior at St.
Joseph's, ho is a pre-medical stu
dent. He graduated from St. Mary
High School, Marion, in 1951. Be
sides football, Krigbaum has
been active in the Biology Club
and the Albertus Magnus society.
Columbus Cathtlic
League Set for
Sixth round action gets under
way this week in the Columbus
Catholic elementary football
leagues with the Thursday battle
between St. Agatha and.St. Ladis
laus in the Middleweight loop,
holding the top attraction.
St. Ladislaus is currently setting
the pace in the league with a per
fect 6-0 record. St. Agatha has a
chance to catch up when the two
squads meet as they have lost only
one while winning five. A win for
St. Agatha would deadlock the pair
for the league’s lead.
In last week’s big game, St. Leo
and Our Lady of Peace battled to
a 6-6 tie in their fight for first
place in the Lightweight division.
Both had entered the tilt with 5-0
marks. Close behind is
with a 4-2 record. The
and schedule:
St. James
standings
Heavyweight
Opp
i
Teams
Mary Mag
Catharine
W
4
4
2
2
2
1
0
Pts Pts Pct
19
26
27
33
38
66
99
o 1
0
2
1
0
2
0
59
83
58
31
33
25
19
St.
st.
st.
st.
Rosary
Im. C’ception
St. Christopher
Augustine
Dominic
1
2
3
3
5
Games
Next
South-
at
November 6:
St. Augustine vs. Rosary at Linden
St. Catharine vs. St. Dominic at
St. Catharine
St. Mary
topher
Magdalene vs. St. Chris
at St. Mary Magdalene
Middleweight
Opp
Teams W Pts Pts Pct
St. Ladislaus 6 0 0 173 18 12
St. Agatha 5 1 0 82 12 10
Corpus Christi 3 2 1 50 47 7
St. Mary 3 3 0 115 81 6
St. Peter 3 3 0 51 56 6
St. John 2 2 1 51 32 5
Holy Name 2 3 0 34 88 4
Victory 2 3 0 55 84 4
St. Aioysius 1 4 0 55 83 2
St. Charles Finishing Strong
After Early Loss to Central
Columbus Aquinas will finish its
Columbus City league schedule
night against the West high Cow
boys at West's Magly field. The
Terriers will be seeking their
fourth win of the campaign as
against three losses and a tie. Aqui
nas is currently in third place in
the city loop with two wins, two
losses and a tie. Their other win
was against Chillicothe, while the
loss was at the hands of Ports
mouth.
to-
Aquinas’ Bob Tiberi will have
an extra incentive in this week’s
tilt. He’s second in scoring in the
league, only six points behind Lin
den’s Paul Snyder. Tiberi has four
touchdowns for 24 points while
Snyder has three TDs and 12 extra
points for a total of 30. Last week
Tiberi scored one of two Terrier
tallies as Aquinas lost to Colum
bus Central 34-14. The loss knock
ed any championship hopes of the
Irish.
Meanwhile Columbus St. Charles,
showing improvement every week,
will meet Grandview Friday night.
The Carolians, after suffering an
early season loss to Columbus Cen
tral, have racked up five straight
wins. Their latest triumph was a
smashing 31-12 verdict over Co
lumbus St. Mary last Friday. Prob
ably the biggest surprise in this
year's Carolian season was the ease
with which the Cards rolled over
Columbus Linden two weeks apo.
Linden had lost only one tilt all
year and was leading the Columbus
city league when they tangled with
the fired up Cards. St. Charles took
a seven point lead at the qua.ter,
led 13-7 at the half and then push
ed over two more scores in the last
half to gain the nod.
Marion St. Mary, finally scored
upon, racked up its sixth straight
win last week against Carey. The
Irish allowed Richwood one touch
down two weeks ago in their 55-6
win. It was the first time this year
St. Mary’s had been scored upon.
Mansfield Madison will meet the
Irish Saturday night in Marion for
what will probably be the toughest
game of the year for Ray Robbins’
crew. Should the Irish get by Mans
field only Elm Valley will stand be
tween them and a perfect season.
North Canton will journey to Do
ver this Friday to meet Dover St.
Joseph. The Ramblers will prob
ably
next
rival
son,
will be doing the same as they tan
gle with Roscoe.
be playing with one eye on
week’s traditional tilt with
Dennison St. Mary. In Denni
meanwhile, the Blue Waves
Zanesville Rosecrans, winner of
only one game this year, closed out
its grid season Thursday when the
Bishops visited Malta-McConnels
ville. The Bishops looked strong
Elementary
Sixth Round
Christ the
King 0 6 0 14 171 0
Lightweight
CORRECT FIT
Opp
Teams W Pts Pts Pct
St. Leo
Our Lady of
5 0 1 110 84 11
Peace 5 0 1 146 28 11
St. James 4 2 0 56 31 8
St. Francis 3 2 0 79 46 6
Sacred Heart 2 4 0 60 85 4
Holy Family 2 4 0 80 59 4
St. Patrick 1 5 0 13 112 2
SL Vincent 0 5
0 6 130
Results
Last Week's
for three quarters in their last
game against Hebron but then fal
tered and the Licking county crew
racked up the win. It’^s been a long
year for Bishop coach Dick 'Mat
tingly who’s probably glad basket
ball is just around the corner.
Columbus Rosary racked up its
fourth win of the year last Satur
day night when they dropped Sum
mit Station 18-13. The Crusaders
will close out the year with a
urday tilt at
week.
0
Heavyweight
St.
St
St.
Augustine 34 St. Christopher 0
Mary Magdalene 13 Rosary 7
Dominic 0 Immaculate Concep
tion 0
Middleweight
St. Agatha 19 St. Mary 0
St. Peter 15 St. Aioysius 0
St Ladislaus 27 Christ the King 0
Holy Name forfeited game to Cor
pus Christi
9
8
6
5
4
4
0
Lightweight
Holy Family 24 St. Patrick 0
Our Lady of Peace 6 St. Leo 6
St. Francis 41 Sacred Heart 0
St. James 20 St. Vincent 0
——o—
Lattner Happy About II
NOTRE DAME, Ind., (NC)
Senior right halfback Johnny Latt
ner, who celebrated his 21st birth
day in fine style against Georgia
Tech, two week’s ago, was spurred
on by the chanting of the “Happy
Birthday Song” by the Notre Dame
student body. In the last quarter
Lattner broke through right tackle
scoring the final tally for the
Irish, as the students sang wildly.
Lattner’s overall performance was
his best of the season, as he ground
out 101 yards in 20 carries to lead
Notre Dame to a 27-14 triumph
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