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8—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, November 27, 1953
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NOTRE DAME, Ind.—(NC)—One
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In a recent issue of the Sport
ing News, Ralph V. (Googs) Gugl
ielmi, star quarterback for the Irish
of Notre Dame, was featured as a
typical Notre Dame player. The
article takes Googs through what
is supposed to be a typical week
for a typical player, and leaves a
Catholic hoping that Guglielmi is
typical of every Catholic college
player.
Of Italian parentage, Guglielmi
comes from Columbus. In his days
at Grandview High School he went
out for football, baseball and bas
ketball. He was the top of the teams
in basketball and football in his
senior year, and by the time he
was graduated he had collected 10
letters. He won All-State honors
in both basketball and football in
1949 and 1950.
The 180-pound Guglielmi, a jun
ior this year, according to the ar
ticle, winds up his week with the
end of the Saturday game. After
an hour or so dressing and talking
in the dressing room, Googs takes
off for South Bend, about three
miles from the Notre Dame cam
pus, and partakes of a steak din
ner.
Sunday, of course, starts off with
Mass. The rest of the day is spent
in leisure. Depending on the cafe
teria menu, he either takes his
dinner on the campus or goes into
South Bend for another steak. Af
ter that he tackles the books.
Googs carries a minimum of 18
hours of work, just as does any
other Notre Dame player. He start
ed out in a pre-dental course but
since has dropped it in favor of
professional football for a few
years and then a try at the FBI.
Classes begin at 8:30 and end at
1:30. Football practice begins at
3:45.
Guglielmi, along with the full
squad, is given a briefing on Mon
day of the game played the past
Saturday. Movies of the game are
shown and the weak spots are
pointed out. After a rehash of last
weeks’ game, scouting reports are
given for the game coming up.
Then a special meeting is held for
the quarterbacks.
For the other days of the week,
the schedule is Mass, breakfast,
classes, time off for lunch, more
classes, football practice, dinner,
and back'to the books.
On Friday, Ralph’s parents come
in from Columbus. In the evening
there is a big pep rally. From then
on everyone is at fever pitch of
excitement in anticipation of the
game.
On the day of the game, Gugliel
mi hits the floor early and attends
Mass at 9 o’clock. And then he
goes to breakfast, which is a real
farm hand’s special. Starting off
with a bowl of oatmeal, he has a
steak with baked potatoes, orange
juice, tea and toast, a glass of milk
and an apple. After this he takes
a long walk by himself.
At about 12:30 p.m., Guglielmi
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Mission Tourney At St. Charles Tonight
Athletic directors and coaches of the Central Catholic League are pictured above following a meet
ing held to plan the Mission Tourney scheduled for this evening (Nov. 27) at St. Charles gym. Pro
ceeds of the tourney, being sponsored by the Mission Unit of each school, will go to the diocesan mis
sions. The teams are scheduled to play two quarters each with a banner going to the school scoring
the most points in their 16 minutes of play. Pictured above, left to right, front row, are Father Ed
ward Spiers, St. Charles' athletic director Jack Ryan, St. Charles coach James Brickels, St. Francis,
Newark, coach Leo Murphy, assistant coach at St. Francis, Newark, and Father James Kulp, diocesan
director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith. Rear row, Ken Neville, St. Mary, Columbus,
coach Father Raymond Carter, Rosary High School athletic director, and Mike Capoziello, coach at
Springfield Central Catholic.
Grandview's Ralph Guglielmi Selected Typical
Notre Dame Athlete Bv The Sporting News
is in the locker room. He gets into
his uniform and then has the train
er give his arm
After that he lies
ly before game
minutes before
Leahy comes in
boys. Then the
a heat treatment.
down until short
tiine. About 40
the game, Fr^nk
and talks to the
warm-up forma-
Ralph Guglielmi
Notre Dame Quarterback
tions are read off, and the players
go out on the field. When they re
turn to the locker room, the start
ing lineup is read off and Leahy
gives them a pep talk.
•’There is no telling how much
good that does us,” says Guglielmi.
“The coach reminds us that we are
a Catholic school and that every
Catholic looks up to Notre Dame.
He tells us how much this means
and what Notre Dame means.” And
then it is the every-Saturday do or
die, and another week is over.
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Middleweight Final Standing*
Opp.
Teams W Pts Pts. Pct.
St. Ladislaus 8 0 1 193 59 17
St. Agatha 7 1 1 180 39 15
St. John 6 2 1 114 79 11
St. Peter 5 4 0 124 94 10
Victory 4 4 1 126 132 9
Cor. Christi 4 4 1 73 79 9
St. Mary 3 6 0 122 149 6
Holy Name 2 6 0 58 176 6
St. Aloysius 2 5 1 82 105 5
Christ the
King 0 9 0 45 278 0
St. Ladislaus beat St. John by the
score of 20 7 last week and there
fore won the championship.
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Somerset Holy Trinity scored
its second win in three starts
last Friday when they defeated
Columbus Holy Family 57-27 at
St. Charles gym.
It was the first game of the
season for Holy Family. Somer
set was led in scoring by Kelly,
who tossed in 20 points, while
Vacherdse paced the Crusaders
with 11 tallies.
The box score:
Somersat
21
15
57
Holy Family
Vacherdse 4
3
11
Rubadue .................. 1 1 3
Skelle ..................... 1 0 2
Varner .....................
1
0 2
Elgin ....................... 1 1 3
Vicario ..................... 3 0 6
11 5, 27
DIOCESAN
Youth
NEWS
A meeting of the young people
of St. Bernard’s parish in Corning
was held last week. Father Herman
Crock, administrator of the parish,
asked his young people to help
prepare for the quarterly Day of
Recollection of the Eastern Dean
ery Catholic Youth Council which
will be held at Corning on Sunday,
December 6. Father Crock will
conduct the exercises of the Day
which will be preceded by the
(monthly Deanery CYC meeting
The PLAYMAKERS, a young
adult organization under the spon
sorship of the Catholic Youth Bu
reau, have reorganized and expand
ed their program. The newly elect
ed regent is Ray Wilde. The Play
makers, formerly organized to work
through the Apostolate of the The
ater, will now have as their pur
pose the furthering of the Aposto
late of Christian Recreation. The
organization will include, besides
stagecraft, choral singing and rec
reation work. Courses are being
planned which will train young
men and young women in the prin
ciples of group work and methods
for recreational games. These
courses will be under the direc
tion of the youth Bureau and the
office of the Confraternity of Chris
tian Doctrine. It is hoped that many
of the young people will be able
to act as volunteers in the work
of the Confraternity in vacation
schools during the summer
months.
Juvenile Delinquency is a much
talked about subject these days.
The cure for this ill which is pain
ing our whole society today has
not yet been discovered. The youth
apostolate of the Catholic Church
can deal with this problem and can
go very far in effecting a cure if it
is directed along .he proper chan
nels. The principle of like upon
like in the work of Catholic Action
is a working thing. Young people
can affect each other and they will,
provided they are allowed to do
just that. Oftentimes youth pro
grams suffer from two extremes,
‘too little or too much direction.
When the first occurs there is no
production in the correct way for
it is a case of the blind leading
the blind. Young people need di
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do as well as in things they must
do. But at the same time, the pro
grams can be over directed, which
means that well meaning persons
are conducting programs not for
the good of the younj people but
for their own good. The middle
and, of course, excellent way is
just enough direction. W’e must tell
youpg people WHAT to do, but we
can often let them figure out how
to do it.
Six CCL Squads
Ready For Mission
Preview This Fri.
Newark St. Francis and Colum
bus St. Charles will pry the lid
off the Central Catholic League
season this Friday when they meet
at 7:30 p.m. in the St. Charles gym
in the first annual Mission Bene
fit Preview.
Each of the teams will play one
quarter each time. Following the
St. Francis-St. Charles lid-lifter,
Columbus St. Mary meets Holy
Family, and then Springfield Cen
tral Catholic will meet Columbus
Rosary.
Second round action will see the
losers of the first two quarters
meeting while the loser of the third
quarter and the winner of the first
quarter play next. The final action
will be between the winners of the
second and third quarters.
Twenty-four diocesan missions
will benefit from proceeds derived
from the preview. Mission units in
each of the participating high
schools are sponsoring the event.
A Mission Preview trophy will be
awarded to the team scoring the
highest number of points in the
two quarters played.
The 1953-54 CCL Schedule:
Friday, December 11
St. Mary at Springfield CC
St. Charles vs. Holy Family at Aqui
nas
Saturday, December 12
Newark St. Francis vs. Rosary at
St. Charles
Friday, December 18
St. Charles at Newark St. Francis
Springfield CC vs. Holy Family at
Aquinas
St. Mary vs. Rosary at K. of C.
Saturday, January 2
Newark St. Francis at Springfield
CC
B.
8 4
Kelly........................
T.
20
Smith ...................... 2 0 4
Decot ....................... 2 4 8
Walker .................. 1 3 5
Elder .................. 2 0 4
Hammond ............... 4 2 10
Hutchens ............ 2
2
6
Friday, January 8
St. Mary at Newark St. Francis
St. Charles at Springfield CC
Rosary vs. Holy Family at Aquinas
Tuesday, January 12
Rosary at St. Charles
Holy Family vs. St. Mary at Aqui
nas
Friday, January 15
St. Charles vs. St. Mary at Aquinas
Springfield CC vs. Rosary at K.
of C.
Newark St. Francis vs. Holy Fam
ily at St. Charles
Friday, January 22
Holy Family at St. Charles
Springfield CC vs. St. Mary at
Aquinas
Rosary at Newark St. Francis
Tuesday, January 26
Holy Family at Springfield CC
Friday, January 29
Newark St. Francis at St. Charles
Rosary vs. St. Mary at Aquinas
Tuesday, February 2
Springfield CC at Newark St. Fran
cis
Friday, February 5
Holy Family vs. Rosary at K. of C.
Springfield CC at St. Charles
Friday, February 12
St. Charles vs. Rosary at K. of C.
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Christ rhe King Team
Chalks Up 26-14 Win
The gridders from Christ the
King elementary school, Columbus,
celebrated all the way home from
Circleville Sunday afternoon after
marking up a 26-14 victory over
St. Joseph’s school, Circleville, in
a non-league post-season game. It
marked the first grid victory in
three years of play for Christ the
King team.
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American History at Harvard
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