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8—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, Feb. 5, 1954 The Hammond Organ Fredures organ music of cathe dral ouahty n churches of any s*e Over 35,000 churches naw beautiful •f the Hammond Organ Call ter Demon •t ration 7541 3M2 K. BROM) EX. 3421 501 Eaton Avenue ESTABLISHED 1890 The Catholic Press keeps its readers informed on questions of national and international import affecting Catholic life. Subscribe to The Catholic Times. o------------------ Road the Times Classified Ads. Courteous Service ADams 5747 HARRIS OPTICIANS 106 East Broad St. COLUMBUS OHIO George J. Igel and Company, Inc Crane Service Excavating COLUMBUS 8, OHIC SPECIAL MILLWORK TO YOUR ORDER -STEEPLEJACKS- Every Operation and Workman Fully Insured Specialists In .. ROOFING TUCKPOINTING SANDBLASTING WATERPROOFING PAINTING CAULKING WE GO ANYWHERE, ANYTIME HOWARD R. BURTON & SONS 2056 E Fifth Ave. FA. 3054 Toepfner’s Fifth Ave 1352 W. FIFTH AVE. Says—Next to a new Studebaker your host automobile BUY is a used STUDEBAKER. 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High St Columbus, O UN. 2118 Your Friendly Ford Dealer Spritigfield Central Catholic Battles The third round in the “elimin ate the leader” contest in the Cen 7 Here is the New Lexington St. Aloysius team that will meet Lan caster St. Mary tonight in Lancaster. The Blue Knights have an 11 won, two lost record. St. Mary, playing a tough schedule, will at tempt to hand the Knights their third loss of the campaign. In the photo above, left to right, first row: Joe Quinn, Myron Smith, Tony Missimi, Joe Hatem, Tom Flowers, and Noel Hankinson. the gym and St. Charles tangle. The loser will virtually be elim inated from the three team race which has been going on between Springfield and St, Charles and Newark St. Francis. downed St. fought game, scheduled to title grip on go against Springfield St. Francis has only one tough battle ahead of them. That’s the February 16 meeting with unpredictable Columbus St. Mary. The Rams have knocked off Springfield and gave St. Charles a terrific battle in their last meet ing. Should Newark win they’ll have only winless Columbus Holy Family between them and the Mary rolled over 58 42 for their The Rams started the St. Mary march with 17 points. Jerry Connor kept Rosary in the game with 15 tallies on seven field goals and one free throw. The now have a four and three mark, good fourth place in the has won only one while losing six. Rams enough for loop. Rosary league game Aloysius will record to Lan *re the Blue carry its 11 and two caster tonight wh Knights will meet the always ready Shamrocks of St. Mary. Martin Walker led both teams in scoring as his Somerset Holy Trin ity mates defeated Moxahala 74.37 last Friday in Somerset. Walker pushed 21 points on eight field goals and five free throws. Andy Kelly added 16 tallies while Jack Hitchens threw in 13. Somerset led at the quarter 12-8. at the half 34 18, and at the third quarter 50- Chillicothe Catholic Central handed Columbus Holy family its 14th straight loss of the season when they downed the Red Raid ers 68-33 last Friday at Chilli cothe. The game was designated as Homecoming for alumni of Catho lic Central. Paul Bettendorf was high man for both teams as he led the Panthers with 18 markers. Catholic Central started off in high gear with a 20 point first quarter to lead 20-4. The Panthers cooled off a little in the second period and held a half time lead of 32 13. The score was 54-18 at the third quarter. Eleven Panthers en tered the game and ten of them scored Elgin was high man for Holy Family with 14 points. Bowling Tourney The Catholic Order of Foresters Mill sponsor their 11th annual bowling tournament for members in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio on May 8-9 and May 15-16 here. Members of the committee are: Louis Dimel, 435 Mithoff street, tournament manager and presi dent Joseph Guth, 328 Mithoff street, tournament vice-president Carl Rau, 812 Ebner street, treas urer, George Herman, 1839 Wilson avenue, secretary and Frank Schneider, 212 Avondale avenue, publicity. The tourney will be held at the Riverview Lanes. All members of the Foresters are asked to contact the officers of their courts for more information. Entries will be mailed by contacting George Her man at GA. 3652. o------------------- you with timely interpretations of the news to show how it affects YOU. ■---------------------------o---------------------------- IT PAYS TO USE THE TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS. time St. Aloysius Visits Strong Lancaster St. Mary Team Tonight St. Charles as athletic football records are sec in the city and he has respected by many of the coaches of the leading schools throughout Central Ohio. He deserves a lot of credit for he doesn’t always have the material to produce the teams that he does St. Charles is a big school as far as the Catholic schools of Columbus go but in com parison with the schools that are on the football sUicdule it is not. Udh the exception perhaps of the out of tow n schools and St. Mary's which is a Class “B school, the size in enrollment. St What will happen to sports is the question ginning to be asked by many troit and Chicago have ask the latter on all contests because of fights that have taken place after the games. There s no doubt that things are getting rougher and tension grows tremendously around these games. Some of the better coaches are even in the no tion that they would just as soon play in the afternoon again as in former years. Maybe it would be a good thing, especially with basket ball. Then the game would more belong to the boys—at they’d get more tun out of you don't believe it, watch a intramural or recreational program for a while. BITS Columbus St. Mary’s will probably rate the "team of the year” name by many sports fans. The Rams, surmounting a myriad of difficulties are really going to town this year in basket ball Tony Misimi, diminutive This Week's Games Friday, February 5 New Lexington St. Aloysius at Lancaster St. Mary. Columbus Holy Family vs. Co lumbus Rosary at K. of C. Springfield Central Catholic at Columbus St. Charles. Newark St. Francis at Somer set Holy Trinity. Saturday, February 6 South Zanesville at Zanesville Rosecrans. Unioto at Chillicothe Catholic Central. Elm Valley at Marion St. Mary. Tuesday, February 9 Newark St. Francis at Hebron. Frazeysburg at Zanesville Rosecrans. J4 Second Bob Sagan, Bob Fowle. can counter Ted Abbott FIFTH QUARTER St. Charles of Columbus an nounced last week that it had com pleted its football schedule for next year. The two open dates have been filled with North High School of the City League and Delaware High School of the Central Buck eye league. The Carolians will play nine games in all with a lineup of foes that would he respected in St. Mary round out the schedule. Rosary, long time respected foe of St. Charles, withdrew from the tough nine game ton St. Al’s, is practicing again af ter a v ery rave bout with pneu mom a Tony was lost to the Blue Knight1- for good part of the sea because of thi: other Bob tral and Linden, along with th of the City League, which is is A competition. They will al meet Bexley, Arlington and monthlv The nal roun Mary wa ern Divii row, left to right: Jack Hammond, manager Ed Nash, Mike Allen, Lloyd Ousley, Dick Wallenberg, and Coach St. Aloysius is paced by six eight Allen, while Lancaster with all-Ohio candidate Harry Fitzpatrick. Steve Joos and also'contribute considerably to the St. Mary attack. with ped the Western section lead to Holy Family while St. Mary Magda lene continued undefeated in the Eastern section. The Senior White league has Holy Name leading the Eastern Division and St. Christo pher and Corpus Christi No. 1 lead ing the Western division. Immaculate Thomas 1 St. Peter S high school that is be De Mir ha Mary Mary Mary Magdalene St. Mary 24 hristopher 30 ception 42, Leo 35, St. John 17 Senior League Catharine 30, St. Lee SI 50 Immaculate Johns 26 Victory 48. once If onception 43, Mary 41 I.adi*lau PRESENT 4TION HI-POWER BEER $2.50 Michael 14. ALWMfS conweua owweo amo o*w*tioi HOLY ROSARY Tony Sugar's Carry Out 1134 E. Livingston Par Cate And Up CYO Basketball Saturday, February 6 St. Mary vs. SL Augustir St. Michael vs St. Peter St. Catharine vs. St. Chi topher Holy Name vs Immaculate Conception Christ the King 2.30 Heart 30 ar at different time: the season. Big 6’4 has been on and of wrenched knee Mary 4.30 CYO BASKETBALL CYO games only will be jecause of the Hour which is this week t. John vs. St. Dominic. PREP DIVISION Sunday, February 7 oly Name vs. Newark Bless Augustine v SENIOR DIVISION Sunday, February 7 4 00 of Mary St. Catharine vs Magdalene Newark Blessed Sacrament Holy Name vs. Corpus Chris John GIRLS' GRADE SCHOOL FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5 Tuesday, February 9 Immaculate Conception vs. Catharine. Wednesday, February 10 Thursday, February 11 Mary Magdalene vs. Our Ladv Art Hauser To Ram* Art Hauser, a tackle on last season’s Xavier university football team was drafted by the Los Angel es Rams of the National Football league last week in Philadelphia. Dave McMillan, a back from John Carroll, was selected by the Balti more Colts. .Johnny Lattner, Notre Dame s Heisman award winner, went to the Pittsburg Steelers while teammates Art Hunter and Neil Worden went to the Green Baj' Packers and the Philadelphia Eagles respectively. ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT For Reconversion Large Stock Motor* and Control* Infra-Red System* Electric Power Equipment Co. ST E CHESTNUT ST. 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