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10—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, Apr 30, 1954
FIFTH QUARTER
The annua! CYO Elementary
Division Baseball Leagues opened
last week for 24 parish teams of
the city. The teams are dhided into
four leagues. St. Thomas is back
in the loop after a few years ab
sence as is St. Vincent’s. Familiar
faces are back on the coaching
scene, including Jack Welch at or
pus Christi Earl Vermillion at Im
maculate Conception. John Ma
loney at St. Ladislaus, Charlie Le
bel at St. Agatha and Jack White
at St. Augustine's. The leagues
were to operate in full swing last
week but rain washed out a num
ber of games. Two games played
and reported to the Catholic Youth
Office found Holy Family showing
tremendous strength in downing
St. Francis by a 9 to 0 score. In
the other game in the same league
St, Mary Magdalene showed power
in dropping St. Agatha 10
Wildness on the part of the
pitchers gave St. Agatha mi
their runs. If the weather
the right side all teams will s
tion this week. The league:
continue during the month of May
and end with the annual city play
off June.
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The annual CYO Relays for Ele
mentary *nd Prep division will be
run again this year on Memorial
Day week-end. The Relays will be
under the sponsorship of the
Knights of Columbus and will be
run on the Aquinas High School
Track and Field, The eliminations
take place in the morning with the
finals being run off in the after
noon. There are team and individu
al awards. All participants must en
ter through their parish teams on
the official entry blank which is
sent out
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to the coaches. The Re
growing each year. I^ast
the first year for Prep
entries and six parishes
event. More
Division
entered teams in thi.
are expected this ye
Softball for girls of the grade
division will begin this week too.
Seventeen teams have applied for
entry into the two leagues. The
girls will play one round and end
with a playoff for the .champion
TRI-VILLACE
awards
of
be given this year at the annual
Catholic Camp Night game at Red
Bird Stadium. This certificate
gives all members of any winning
team in the Diocese of Columbus
membership in this honorary or
ganization. The Camp Night is
scheduled for Red Bird Stadium on
Tuesday night, June 15, when the
Red Birds meet St. Paul. Tickets
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Pitchers Playing Major Part
ed with at least one good pitcher
have been
without, one
going strong. Th1
haven’t been doing
writing
High*
v.
itters. He's fanned
*d only
the Metr
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And the
ace, and
Don
Baseball Games
Don “MonJi” Meineki To Speak
started throwing this
season Buccilla was the
Al’s
a sophomore so coach
1^ can look forw-ard to
Ken
the
lams have another good
in Bernie Vogle who has
the south siders’ pitching
ast three years. Vogle was
low in rounding into form
the trim right hander
i three and lost one. He
first three games, working
3 innings. Over that stretch
up only one hit and had
louts. When Vogle reports
s always nice
time corning
tournament
dropped Colum
Columbus Holy
Colum-
'harles has
entral 4-1
r, 21-1: Academy 6-0
■uth 3-1 and
lone loi
so far was to Cen-
May 3, it was
Hall
Den-
nd Second Sts., in
be the site of the
e Waves Booster
football and basketbail
•Headers and managers
s steak supper, starting
for $2.50 each,
at the K of Hall,
Italian Club, and by
Dennison,
Recchiuti all
ry, Buckeye Confectionery
'ampbell & Smith Pharmacy,
Mienekr
rage of 19.3 points per contest
lag his three years with the
fton Flyers, became the school s
it full-fledged All-American and
leges his senior year with 696.
Following graduation from the
Southern Ohio College, the 6-7 gi
ant center then went on to join the
Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons, where
he was heralded as the "rookie
the year” in the 1952-53 season
the NBA.
Catholic Central
Athletes To Hear
Xa\ ier ’I (oach
CHILLICOTHE The Catholic
Central High School athletic ban
May 6. at St. Peter’s auditorium.
Principal speaker will be Robert
Xavier University. Cincinnati.
The event is sponsored by the
Catholic Central Boosters Club and
arrangements are being made by
Robert Snow and Richard Ward.
Mrs. David Towell is chairman
of the decorations committee
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Sports of the Time
Banquets continue to occupy
athletes around the diocese these
days as one school after another
announces the annual event.
Newark St. Francis, Lancaster
St. Mary and Zanesville Rosecrans
have all been heard from. Now
comes announcement, of the yearly
affair at Dennison St. Mary s. It s
slated for Monday, Max 3 at the
Knights of Columbus hall in Den
nison.
"Monk” Meineki, the uni
of Dayton’s all-time all-star,
the guest speaker. Meineki.
to their first
1 tournament
Don
will be
who led the Fliers 1
National Invitational
in 1951, just finished his sopho
more year in the National Basket
ball league, playing for the Fort
Wayne Zollners.
(Bob Arnzen, popular Delphos St.
John coach, was manager of the
Dayton team that season.)
The Blue Waves Booster club
will honor the football and basket
ball teams, the cheerleaders and
managers. Tickets are on sale at
the K of hall. Dave Wright’s gro
cery. American Italian club, and
by George Callams. insurance. Joe
Bonamico and John Recchiuti, all
of Dennison. In Uhrichsville ducats
can be purchased from Grills Jew
elry, Buckeye Confectionery and
the Campbell and Smith Pharmacy.
New Lexington St. Aloysius is
planning a big affair when the
Boosters stage a May 6 banquet in
honor of the state champion Blue
Knight team. Bishop
Governor Lausche will
honor.
Ready and
be guests of
Portsmouth
The seniors at
Notre Dame won the intramural
basketball championship recently
in a single elimination tourney.
The seniors started the tourney by
downing the sophomores 36-26.
They came back with a win over
the juniors, 49-19, to gain the ti
tle. The juniors had previously
beaten the freshmen, 27-25.
Proceeds from the tournament
will be used to send Catholic stu
dent mission crusade delegates to
the conference at the university of
Notre Dame this summer.
college has been
U.S. Rubber Com
for the "Most Im
Basketball Team.’’
which lost 12 and
Steubenville
awarded the
pany’s trophy
proved College
Mary 8-2.
The college,
won only six games last year, came
up with a 14 and eight season thisl
COLUMBUS CATHOLIC
ELEMENTARY LEAGUE
BASEBALL SCHEDULE
Annunciation League
May 4 St. Mary vs. Corpus
Christi at St. John
May 5—St. John vs. St. Laths
laus at St. John
May 7—Rosary vs. St. Catharine
at St. Catharine
Assumption League
May 4—St. Agatha vs. St. Al
oysius at St. Agatha
May 6—St. Francis vs. St. Chris
topher at Gowdy
May 7—St. Mary Magdalene vs.
Holy Family at St. Mary Mag
dalene
Visitation League
May 3—Holy Name vs. Immacu
late Conception at Tuttle
May 6 St. Michael vs. St. Pe
ter at St. Michael
May 7'—Sacred Heart vs. St. Au
gustine at Linden
Girls' League
May 4 St. Vincent vs. St. Cath
arine at Si. Catharine Holy
Rosary vs. St. John at St.
John.
a new
May 5-—Corpus Christi vs. St.
Francis at Goodale
May 6—St. Leo vs. St. Dominic
at St. Dominic
Tom Dull Named Loach
lorn Duff, assistant football
coach for two years, was named to
(hr head coaching iob of Steuhen
ville Central Catholic high school
recently. Duff succeeds Danny
Polo«eno, who retired.
of
in
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The firms listed here deserve
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distributing your patronage to
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year On hand for the presentation
were George Mikan, former DePaul
eager now of thp Minneapolis Lak
ers and his coach John Kundla
Rio Grande non (he trophy last
New Lexington St. Aloysius
weight lifting team tied for second
place with Ohio State University in
the Ohio AAU Weight Lifting
championships held recently.
Junior Hatem captured first
place in the 165 pound class, tak
ing all three lifts. Hatem hoisted
185 pounds in the press 170 in the
snatch and 230 in the clean
jerk.
■’Oro* It
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John
The school also named
Baroni as backfield coach.
TOO LATE
TO CLASSIFY
the
Bob
Ken Carney placed third in
147 pound class while coach
Fowle was second in the 132 pound
class. First place went to Toledo
with 10 points while Ohio State
and St. Al had nine each. Then
came Schiller Park of Columbus
with eight Apollo Club of Colum
bus, eight Springfield, six and
Hamilton, four.
Bob "Hunchy” Hoernschmeyer.
the former Indiana university star
and now ace back of the Detroit
Lions, took part in the annual
spring football game at Xavier uni-
Hoernschmeyer. who graduated
from Cincinnati Elder high school,
also helped coach the all-stars who
played next season’s Xavier team.
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