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Tickets for the annual Catho
lic Campers' night baseball
game on June 15, hevo been
moving at a brisk pace, it was
reported this week. Since the
deadline for returning unsold
tickets is near, fans are urged to
buy their tickets immediately
from the parish Holy Name So
ciety. The camps do not receive
any benefit from tickets sold
the night of the game at the
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The final playoff game for the
city championship of the CYO El
ementary baseball leagues takes
place this afternoon. The winners
of the St Catharine-St. Augustine
game and St. Mary Magdalene
Presentation League champion will
clash for the honor. The latter
league had not been decided at
the time of the writing. Christ the
King, Our Lady of Peace and St.
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Thomas were tied.
The last two teams met in their
regular scheduled game on Friday
and the league playoff followed
the next day. So closes the 29th
annual season for the CYO Ele
mentary teams. The year’s pro
gram consisted of the regular foot
ball, basketball and baseball
leagues for boys, the softball and
leagues for boys, the softball and
basketball leagues for girls, the an
nual CYO swim meet and relays for
boys and annual “Play Day for girls.
Twenty-eight schools participated
in the activities for boys while 18
parishes were active in the girls’
division. The CYO program does
not extend into the summer months
for youngsters of elementary age.
Much credit is due the coaches
and managers of the various teams
for their work. There was excel
lent sporsmanship shown in all ac
tivities by the teams taking part
This is of course due to the direc
tion of the good men and women
who take their time to coach these
The CYO program for the city of
Columbus has a lot to look forward
to. With the expansion of the city
and the growth of the number of
Catholics and parishes, the recrea
tion program grows. New facilities
are becoming available especially
for basketball which will make
more activity possible. The fo’otball
season of next fall may see a few
revisions and additions Of course,
the program can grow and grow
but it will not be worth anything to
the individual parish or group of
youngsters unless the interest in
the parish grows along with it—
here’s hoping that it will.
St. Francis Fetes
St Francis grade school athletic
teams will be honored at a banquet
in the school hall on Monday, June
7 Both boys’ and girls’ teams will
Awards will be given to gradu
ating students. Jack Ryan, head
coach at St. Charles, will be C.
Principal speakers will be Father
Francis McKenna, O coach of
the state champion Aquinas golf
team, and Ken Neville, head coach
at Columbus St. Mary.
Other guests will be Pete Al
banese. football coach, and Dick
Tennant and Mike Rotolo, baseball
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Aquinas Grabs Second Straight Golf Championship
St. Catharine Prep,
Win CYO Relays
St. Catharine’s Prep team and
the St. Aloysius Cadet team from
New Lexington were victors in
their respective divisions in the
third annual CYO Relays held at
Aquinas High School on Memorial
Day. The St. Catharine team eked
out a wan over second place St.
Agatha scoring 42^ points to the
St Agatha 41. Sacred Heart fin
ished third with 29V* points and
St. Leo’s fourth with 12
The New Lexington team took
four first places and two seconds
to nose out St. Catharine’s elemen
tary team The cadets scored 33
points to 31*4 for the Columbus
team. In third place was St. Mary
Magdalene’s with 18 points. Other
teams w’ere St. Agatha 12’*, St.
John’s 10, Immaculate Conception
9, St Leo 7, St. Thomas 6 and
Our Lady of Victory 4.
New records were set in both
divisions. Brian Donohue of St.
Catharine’s ran the 220 prep in
24.5. cutting off 2 seconds from
the previous record He also ran
the low hurdles in the 14.3’1 time
as compared tn last year’s 14.8
Chuck Lebel of St. Agatha Prep
ran the 50 yd dash tn 5.9 seconds.
The previous record was 6.0. The
Elementary division saw a record
broken which has stood since 1936.
Stoff of St. Aloysius bested the
mark in the 220 set by Connelly of
Rosary in 36 The record was 25.5
seconds The new record set by
Stoff is 25.1 seconds
These Golfers Brought Terriers Ohio Crown
Trophies and ribbons
awarded to the winners.
I* It That Bad?
Scientists are beginning to real
ize that children are not much in
terested in environment—all they
want is "out.”
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Here is the Columbus Aquinas golf team which won its second consecutive state
championship last weekend at Ohio State University. The squad, coached by Father Fran
cis McKenna, O.P., has dropped only one match in the past two years. In the photo above,
left to right are Bill Muldoon, Reno Della Flora, Bob Guarasci and Gene Cardi. The pic
ture was taken just before the Terriers started on the last 18 holes of the 36 hole tourney.
St. Charles Wins First Metro Loop Crown
Hers Is the Columbus St. Charles baseball team which won tha first championship of the Metro
League. The Carolians rolled up eight straight wins in their march to the title. In the photo above,
left to right, first row: John Dorrion, Jack Batcheek, Leo Kletzly, Leo DoMastry, Joe Rotonda, Mick
Colley, Bernie Dick and Max Miller. Second row: Bill Bickham, Ernie DeMatteis, Bob Galbreath, Frank
Howard, Paul Sopko, Jerry Morris and Lorry Sopko.
Bishops' Hard Working Hurler
Tom Bramlish, Zarveaville Ro*ecr*ns' ace southpaw, struck out
19 batters in 11 2/3 innings in the regional baseball tournament
held recently at Ohio State university. Bramlish hurled six games
over a two week period to lead the Bishops through the district
tourney end into the regionel finals. They lost in the finals, 4-3
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Terriers Avenge Year's Lone
Loss Arlington Places Second
Columbus Aquinas successfully
defended its state golf title last
week as the Terriers posted a rec
ord low 622 total over 36 holes at
Ohio State university’s scarlet
The win gave the Terriers re
venge for the only loss they have
suffered in the past two years. Up
per Arlington, wrho topped them in
the District golf finals two weeks
ago. came in second with a 631
Third place went to Willoughby
which last year was runnerup to
Aquinas. Willoughby was in the
second position after the teams fin
ished firing on Friday.
Aquinas held a five stroke edge
on Willoughby going into Friday’s
finale. The Terriers had gone
through the first 18 holes with a
score of 310. They toured the final
stretch in 312 for the new tourney
record. Gene Cardi was low man
for the Terriers with scores of
74-75, 149. Next came Reno Della
Flora with 76-74, 150. Bill Muldoon
and Bob Guarasci had 154 and 169.
Cardi's score was good enough for
third place in individual scoring.
Low scores were 148, posted by
Bob Shave and Jim Hilderbrand,
both of Willoughby.
Muldoon, Cardi and Della Flora
are veterans from last year’s com
bine which gave Aquinas its first
title. The three vets posted balanc
ed scores with 77 by Muldoon be
ing the highest. Bob Guarasci, the
only newcomer on the squad, had
The Terriers will lose only Del
la Flora by graduation this season.
Thus next year Aquinas will be
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Rente 125 Friendship, Ohio
out to tie Columbus North as the
only school ever to win three
straight crowns. The Polar Bears
did it in 1944 ’45 and ’46. Besides
North, Aquinas is the only other
school to win more than one golf
championship in the state’s history.
Final team scores:
K. Of C. Bowling
Council 400 of the Knight* of
Columbus will honor bowlers in
three council sponsored leagues
this Saturday, June 5. League
champions will be presented at the
The Advocates won the White
league, played on Monday nights.
Broadmoor Market team topped
the Blue league which bowled on
Wednesday evenings, while the Fri
day night Scratch league saw a tie
between Franklin Platers and
Trott's Super Markets. Trotts won
The best score for the year was
won by Tony Schonhardt with
score of 269.
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