10—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, May 21. 1954
In Title Play
Columbus St. Charles and Zanes
ville Rosecrans moved into region
al baseball tournaments last week
with wins in their respective dis
St Charles relied on the strong
arm of Joe Rotonda as they
squeezed by Newark 4-3. It was the
Card fastbailer’s fifth win in 10
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223 E. Long at 5th AD.
days He gave up six hits, struck
out 12 and walked five.
At Bridgeport the Rosecrans
Bishops sent Tom Brandish to the
mound again and the Bishop ace
won his fourth win in a week, a 5-1
decision over Warsaw.
Bra mils allowed only two hits
and struck out 14. He helped his
own cause with a triple. Jim Dulan
and Peck Colopy came through
with two safeties each.
The victory brought the Rose
crans record to 21 and three for
the season. Brandish has won sev
en and lost two, one of them a 1-0
game to Newark, the team that St.
Charles defeated in the Class A dis
Regional tournament action gets
underway today with the finals to
morrow at Ohio State University.
Drawings for the tourney were to
be held Thursday night in the Ohio
It’s 8 safe bet to say Rotonda
and Brandish will be in uniform
for the regionals.
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Here's the Aquinas Terriers, defending state golf champ
ions, after they finished a final practice round preparing for
the district golf tourney which starts today at Ohio State
The Terriers are carrying a record of seven wins, one
loss this season. In the past two years they've won the
Greater Columbus Golf title twice, the Central tourney
Sports of the Times
Coshocton Sacred Heart held its
annual athletic banquet recently.
It was held at Riverside Inn with
Father Richard Connelly, pastor of
St Colman church. Washington
Court House, as the principal
Father George Marzluff, coach
of the Sacred Heart squad, express
ed thanks to the team, cheerleaders
and others who contributed to the
program Player awards went to
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BRIN LNG NEWS CO
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Cigars cigarettes Tobacco
Furniture and Appliances
28 East Gambier Street
Across The Street From The A & Market
Jim Baker, Don Lauvray, Jim Brad
ford, Fred Bradford, John O’Brien
and Sammy McCabe. Numerals
were given to Richard Wright,
Jack Bell Anthony Shuck and
Charles Bordenkircher. Cheerlead
ers honored were Mary Jane Or
mesher, Barbara Stewart, Joan
Noon and Gay Walsh.
John O’Brien was introduced at
the banquet as the captain of next
Chillicothe Catholic Central hon
ored its eagers recently and heard
Bob Finnell, assistant basketball
coach at Xavier university, as the
Paul Bettendorf, the Panthers’
leading scorer last season, was
awarded the Charles McCarthy
sportsmanship trophy. Varsity let
ters went to Captain Pat Schach
tele, Bill Schilder, Jerry Fork, Tom
Ward, Joe Krug, Jerry Bair, Jerry
Bonner Paul Bettertdorf, John
Reid. Fred Ginther and Kenny
Springfield Central Catholic will
meet Boys’ Town, Nebraska, in a
football game next November 5.
Commissioner Howard W Ems
wiler of the Ohio high school ath
letic association OK'd the meeting
last week. The association commis
sioner’s approval is necessary for
al! out of state games with Ohio
Columbus and Franklin County
golfers will take part in the third
annual National Golf Day on Satur
day, June 5, on their home golf
Proceeds of a $1 entry fee will be
divided between the USO and the
National Golf Fund. Payment of
the fee entitles any golf player in
America to compete on that day
with champion Ben Hogan, winner
of the Masters, the US Open and
British Open tournaments.
Last year the United Service Or
ganization received $54,501 from
National Golf Day. This sum is now
being used to establish and main
tain a USO club in Tokyo to serve
as a “home away from home” for
American armed forces in Japan.
The National Golf Fund, other
recipient, used its share for caddie
scholarships, veterans’ rehabilita
tion and for worthy golf causes.
The day is co-cponsored by Life
magazine and the Professional
Ben Hogan will play his round
on June 5 at the Baltusrol Club in
Springfield, N J. scene of the
forthcoming 1954 US Open
playing against him on their
golf courses will get their
handicaps. Women playing
womens' tees, will be allowed full
handicaps plus seven strokes. Win
ners will receive a bronze medal
inscribed, “I Beat Ben Hogan.” Tie
scores receive a certificate.
Columbus Aquinas Terriers To Defend Their Ohio Golf Title
State Champs In Final Practice Swings Before Tournament
In the event a club restricts play
on Saturday the National Golf Day
rounds may be played any day of
the week preceding the event.
Players in other tournaments on
that day may turn in the same
score for both competitions. Cad
dies may compete with a twenty
five cent entry fee on the first cad
die day preceding June 5.
Results of Ben Hogan s round
will be earned by radio so that ev
ery contestant will know how- he
fared against the defending champ
Harvey S. Firestone Jr., chair
man of the Board of USO, says,
“National Golf Day officials realize
that through USO they can make
a contribution to the welfare of
the widest possible cross section of
American youth at the time when
they need it most.”
Laat Weak'* Score*
St. Agatha 11. St. Christopher
8t. Mary Magdalen* 4. St. Francis
Roly Family 8, St. Aloysio* 1
Friday, May 21
v*. St. Christopher at Sun.
St. Dominie 22, St. Vincent 15
Our Lady of Peace 5. Christ th* King 4
St. Thoma* 19, Cathedral 9
Friday, May 21
St. Vincent va. Cathedral at St. Vincent
O. L. of Peace va. St. Thoma* at Do
Monday. May 24
St. Dominie v*. Cathedral at St. Vin
Tuesday, May 25
St. Vincent at St.
Christ the King va.
Wednesday, May 28
O. L. of Peace va.
Cathedral at Do.
St. Peter ________
St. Michael ______________
Last Week’s Score*
St. Peter 5, Holy Nam* 1
St. Michael 8 Sacrsd Heart
Augustine 9. Immaculate
Friday, M*y 21
Immaculate Conception vs.
Monday, May 24
Michael .................. 1
Last Week’* Score*
St. Agatha 29, St. Franei* 8
St. Christopher 8. St. Michael 5
St. Agatha 9. St. M. Magdalene 5
St. Michael 17. St. Franei* 2
Next Week’s Schedule
Monday. May 24
St. Franei* vs. St. Augustine at
Tuesday. May 25
Corpu* Christi IS. St. L*o lit
Roaary 5. St. John 4
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twice and the state once. They hope to add the second
state title next week. In the photo above, left to right: Bob
Guarasci, Gene Cardi, Don VanPelt, Jim Muldoon, Bill Mul
doon, Rino Della Flora and Father Francis C. McKenna, O.
P. coach. Twenty one teams will compete in the district
with three teams qualifying for the state meet to be held
BOYS’ GRADE SCHOOL
May 15. 1954
Laat Week’* Score*
Roaary 3, St, John 5
St. Catharine 14, Corpu* Christi 9
St. Ladislaus 19, St. Mary 0
Friday. May 21
St. Catharine v*. St. Ladislaus at South.
Monday. May 24
Rosary v». St. Mary at Southview
St. Mary Magdalen* 4
St. Agatha ____________ ________8
Hob FamUy ___________ a
St. Christopher 1
St. Francis 1
St. Aloysiu* ___________ ________9
St. Catharine. 2. St. John 9
Rosary 25. St. Leo 4
Friday. May 21
Corpus Christi v*. Rosary at Smith
St. Dominic at St. Catharine.
St. John vs. Christ the King at Christ
Monday, May 24
Christ the King vs- St. Leo at South,
Thursday May 27
St. Dominic vs. St. John at St. John
vs St. Christopher at
Christ the King __________ 2
St. Dominie 2
St. Thomas 2
Our Lady of Pear*______ ______1
St. Vineent __ ____ 9
Last Week’s Score*
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Saturday, May 22
St. Mary Magdalen* va. Im macula t*
Conception at St. M. Magdalene
Wednesday, May 38
St. Augustine va. St- Michael at
St. Agatha ... 3
St. Mary Magdalen* 2
Immaculate Conception 1
St. Agatha vs. St. Michael at
Holy Rosary 4
Corpu* Christi ................... 2
St. Catharine 1
Christ the King ...
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Running Race* daily thru
May 3 let. at Beulah Park on
Route 3 at Grave City. Chil
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Begin District Tourney Action
Today Three Teams To State
Columbus Aquinas defending
state champion golf team started on
the road to their second stright ti
tle today at Ohio State University’s
spacious course. It was the open
ing of the Central District golf
tournament. Twenty one teams will
tee off Friday and Saturday with
the three top squads advancing to
the state meet scheduled over the
same course next week-end.
Father Francis C. McKenna will
call on a veteran crew in an effort
to keep the Aquinas win streak in
tact. Three of the four starters
were first stringers last year. They
are Reno Della Flora, the only
senior on the squad. Gene Cardi
and Bill Muldoon. Bob Guarask is
the fourth swinger. Don VanPelt
and Jim Muldoon will also be on
deck should any of the first four
Last season Aquinas won its
section in the City loop and then
Captained by J. Taylor, the St.
Aloysius team of Cleveland, Ohio,
won the annual Forester's Bowling
tournament held at Riverview bowl
ing alley the past three week-ends
with a 2865 three-game total.
Stanley Johnson and Bus Rhyne,
of Lima, teamed up for a 1173
doubles-winning total while Carl
Kvasny, Cleveland, and Steve Pett
ko, Sr., of Cincinnati, tied for the
singles championship with 630
Dick Ritter, Columbus’ All-Star
kegler, turned in a steady 1740 to
cop the All-Events crown.
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defeated Columbus North for th*
City title. From there the Terrierr
grabbed the district competition
and defeated Willoughby for th
state. Chillicothe was runner-up in
the district with a score of 324.
Aquinas had 322. The state meet
saw the Terriers win by 16 with
an excellent showing. Gene Cardi
was runner-up for medalist honors
last year with a 159 total in the
The state finals will be over 36
holes. Opening date is set for May
28 with the championship decided
on May 29.
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