8—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday. January 8. 1954
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field has dropped Columbus St.
Mary and Columbus Holy Family.
St. Charles has won from Holy
move into the points
ark to round out the league sched
ule. Newark scored a non leaeur
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Columbus Rosary Meets Holy Family Tonight
Here is the Columbus Rosary basketball team which will meet Columbus Holy Family tonight
in a Central Catholic League gam* at the Aquinas gym. Both squads will be looking for their first
loop win. In th* first row, left to right: Dan Peters, Buddy Spires, Dan Wilhelm, Bob Durbin, Bill
Derrer, and Tom Pfiefer. Second row: Bob Franz, Jerry Connor, Roger Gibson, Frank Escheleman, Carl
Noll, and Ron Cardwell.
Diocesan Cage Squads Ready
For Last Half Of Schedule
The basketball season s
Io the last half of the
this week with a heavy
games on tap. Heading
will be the meeting tonight
Charles. They clash
win over visiting Zanesville Rose
crans last week. It was the fourth
straight loss for the Bishops,
while the Green Wave posted its
lost only Charles, 71-68,
Vincent, Utica, ColumbuA
Lancaster St. Mary, and
Lancaster St. Mary made it six
wins in nine games as they down
ed previously unbeaten Amanda
61-51 last week at Lancaster. As
St. Mary dropped a
1 game to Lexington
week in the finals of the holi
cage carnival. It was the sec-
A free throw by Cliff Snedley with
five seconds remaining gave the
fourteen of them
St. Mary led at
10 trailed at the half, 22 20, and at
the third quarter, 37 28.
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CATHOLIC ELEMENTARY STANDI?
Rosecrans, after winning
a row losf Lancaster St
ark. The Bishop:
Philo, and then New
Malta McConnelsville to
In the Philo tilt, Rosecrans
half-time lead of 25-18
through the nets.
New Lexington St. Aloysius will
try to stay on the unbeaten path
when they meet Mt. Ver-
have won eight straight games.
The last win was over powerful
a one point lead
came across with
St. Mary held
at the half but
points in the
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Since it is the beginning of a
New Year and since we noticed
one of our favorite sports column
ists looking back a few years on
the sports scene we decided to see
what was happening on the Dioces
an scene about 25 years ago at this
January 11th in 1929 the second
set of games in the newly organ
ized Catholic High school league
was played. Holy Family coached
by Bill Downey won from Newark
St. Francis coached by Carroll Bak
er by a score of 18 to 17. Other
scores of that week found Rosary
losing to St. Charles 40 to 23 and
Columbus St. Mary outpointing
Delaware St. Mary 44 to 22. Tom
McQuade was coaching at Rosary,
Clarence Specht was at Delaware
St. Mary. Julius Regner was at Co
lumbus St. Mary and Joe Karow
held the reigns at St. Charles.
The elementary schools that year
were coached by the following:
Tom Curran at Holy Rosary, Ed
Sauer at Holy Cross, Roger Baker
at St. Patrick’s, Owen McCloskey
at St. John’s, Joe Van Heyde at St
Vincent s, Joe Tritschler at St. Cyp
rian, Charles Lingo at Immaculate
Conception. Some of the scores
of the graders showed St. Vincent’s
over Rosary by a 12 to 7 score, St.
Francis over Cathedral 16 to 2. and
Holy Family over St. Aloysius 43
to 5. That same week Holy Name
recorded -the largest score of the
grade leagues, beating St. Augus
tine 74 to 2.
A note from the Diocesan paper
of this week in 1929 says that “Mc
Quade, new coach at Rosary High
school, is rounding his team into
shape for its hard schedule. Sween-
ey, Brosmer, Mackin, Harwick.
Call. Duffy and Sacks are battling
for positions. Rosary opens its sea
son next week with St. Mary’s of
It was in 1929 that the first Di
ocesan basketball tourney was held
at the K of Gym. Zanesville St.
Nicholas bested Columbus Holy
Family for the championship of
the tourney by a 27 to 26 score.
Other teams in the tournament in
cluded Cols. Holy Family, Holy
Rosary and St. Charles Zanesville
This Week’s Games
Friday, January 8
Columbus St. Mary at Newark
Columbus St. Charles at
Springfield Central Catholic.
Columbus Rosary vs. Cqlum
bus Holy Family at Aquinas.
Portsmouth Notre Dame at
Marion St. Mary- at Richwood.
Deavertowm at Somerset Holy
Malta-McConnelsville at Zanes
Mt. Vernon St. Vincent at
New Islington St. Aloysius.
Saturday, January 9
Academy at Columbus St.
Hebron at Lancaster St. Mary.
Marion St. Mary at Carding
Tuesday, January 12
Lancaster St. Mary at New
Ironton St. Joseph at Chilli
cothe Catholic Central.
Wheelersburg at Portsmouth
Vrooksville vs. Zanesville
New- Lexington St. Aloysius at
Columbus Rosary at Columbus
Columbus Holy Family vs. Co
lumbus St. Mary at Aquinas.
Saturday, January 9
11:30 Sacred Heart vs. St.
Christ the King vs. St. Peter
12:30—St. Cyprian vs. St. Dom
St. Thomas vs. St. Catharine
1:30—St. Aloysius vs. Immacu
Holy Family vs. Our Lady of
2.30—Our Lady of Victory vs.
St. Mary vs. St. Ladislaus
3 30—Holy Name vs. St. Mary
St. Patrick vs. St. Michael
4:30 Holy Rosary vs. Corpus
St. Augustine vs. St. John
Sunday, January 10
4 15 St. l^o vs. St. Mary
St. Aloysius vs. Newark Bless
St. John vs. Corpus Christi
St. Christopher vs. St. Thomas
5 00—St. James vs. Immaculate
Our Lady of Victory vs. St.
St. Mary Magdalene vs. Holy
Sunday, January 10
2:30—Our Lady of Victory vs.
Newark Blessed Sacrament vs.
St. Mary vs. St. Mary Magda
St. Agatha vs. St. Augustine
St. Leo vs. St. Peter
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Newark St. Francis and Ironton St.
Joseph. Tournament all star team
selections were Elgin of Family,
Smith of St. Charles, Joseph of St.
Nicholas, Paul of St. Nicholas and
Reilly of St. Charles.
BIGGEST NEWS ITEM OF 1929
SPORTS SEASON (from Columbus
paper): "After going three end
one-helf innings yesterday on th*
Federal Glass diamond th* game
between St. Mary's and St. Fran
cis of the parochial elementary
league was declared no contest by
umpire Jack Sail*, because in or
der to be a gam* it must go at
least four and one-half innings.
Th* reason th* gam* was called
off is Strang*, indeed. Each t*am
brought two bats to th* gam*. But
so many hits were mad* that the
four bats w*r* broken. As no oth
er bats wer* available th* gam*
was thrown out and rescheduled
for th* next day. Score after 3’/s
innings: St. Francis 19, St. Mary's
17." (Oh for th* good old days__
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