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8—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, Feb. 5, 1954
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The third round in the “elimin
ate the leader” contest in the Cen
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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
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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
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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
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ception 42,
Leo 35, St. John 17
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