M—THF CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday. May 13. 1955
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Both (Tubs Unbeaten In Loop
Buccilla Batcheck Probables
Columbus SI. Mary and St.
Charles, league leaders in the
1 etro baseball league are sched
uled to meet Wednesday on the
Carolian diamond in a game that
will go a long way in establishing
the winner of the circuit.
Both teams will probably had
with thair pitching act* Al
Bucilla for tht Ram* and Jack
Batchtck for tha Card*. St.
Charles* coach. Jack Ryan,
thought he would »end the right
handed Batcheck to the hill but
indicated it might be Ernie
"Butch" DeMattei* or Jack
"It’s according 1o how our
ney schedule is set
we’ll use against St.
St. Mary coach Ken 1Neville
whom hr would pitch
Both teams have been rolling
along tn good style. In tourney
play St. Charles ousted a previous
ly unbeaten Newark team. 5-4. to
move into the quarter finals last
Monday against Bexley. They
downed Bexley, 7-0, Monday after
noon to go against Grandview last
Wednesday and they meet the fi
nalist in the other District A brack
et today for a trip to the regionals
which will be held next week
The Cards had opened district
"Glasses that Satisfy"
ROBERT E. HAGMAN, SR.
1352 W. 5th Ave
warfare with an 11-6 decision over
Circleville. At the same time Co
lumbus Rosary was ousted by New
ark, 141. and Columbus Aquinas
dropped a 4-3 tilt to Columbus
In Class action, St. Mary
opened the district with a win
over Metro league member Uni
versity a* Buccilla threw strike*
past 17 Little Buck batters in a
15-1 decision. Besides his pitch
ing chores the Ram right-hander
lined out two doubles, a triple
and a single end scored four
runs. Chesterville elimineted the
Rams, 4-2, Monday.
In other Metro action this week
are games between St Charles and
University on Monday Holy Fam
ily and Academy and the St.
Charles-St Mary game Wednesday,
and Rosary at University next Fri
Rosary lost its same with New
ark in the very first inning uhen
the Wildcats punched across four
runs and then added two in the
fourth, five in the fifth and three
in the sixth. The Crusaders had
five hits but were charged with
BOYS' ELEMENTARY BASEBALL
MAY 9. 1944
Rosary 11. St. Laditlaua 4
St. Catharine 4. Corpus Christi
NEXT WEEKS SCHEDULE
May 16, St. Ladislaus v». St. John at
May 17, St. Marv Mi
cis at Gowdy No. 1
May 1*. St. Agatha
Santa Maria Bouler»
Hohl Annual Banquet
The Santa Mana bowling league
officially closes its season tomor
row with a banquet at the council
club rooms. Trophies and awards
will he made at the meeting.
Officers for the 1955-56 season
will also he announced at this
Sleeping room for young man or student.
Fofrr-nrr-. .17 S. 17th St.
May IT, Rosary vs Corpus Christi at
May 17. St. Leo vs St. Mary at South-
St. Chri.topher 7, Holy Family
SI. Agatha 4. Victory 8
St. Marv Magdelenr 13. St. Alo
NEXT WEEKS SCHEDULE
Christ the King *. St. Dominic
Holy Spirit 1*. St. Thomaa 10
St. .fames 22, St. Vincent 14
NEXT WEEKS SCHEDULE
May IS. St. Cyprian va St. Dominic
May 1*. Holy Name vs
AT NtW IMPROVED
S0U1HWI Of COlUtiW
Children under 16
GRANDSTAND ADM. 50«
Last Saturday the defending
son, 164), while
May 16. Holy Spirit vs St. James
May IP. St. Vincent vs St. Thomas
Mav IP. Chriat the King vs Ft. Gabriel at
Christ the King
Saried Henri I. Holy
NEXT WEEKS SCHEDULE
at Pom in ion
GIRLS’ ELEMENTARY SOFTBALL
St. Agatha 13. St. Augustine
Immaculate Conception -, Out Lady
St Marv Magdalene II. St Michael 10
NEXT WEEKS SCHEDULE
Mav 17. St .Michael v» St. Agatha at St.
Mav 17. Our Lady nt Peace vs St. Augus
tine at Linden
May 17 St. Mary Magdalene va Immacul-
Christ the King 13. St. Marv 9
Corpus Christi 36. Si. Dominic U
NEXT WEEKS SCHEDULE
Mav 1h. -st. Mary va St. Catharine at
the Monday tee
John J. Carroll
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SHEET METAL WORK
May 19 St. Dominic *e Roaa-v at
May 20, Corpus Christi vs Christ the King
at Christ the King.
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St. Mary Meets St. Charles in Metro Showdown
Chillicothe Catholic Central Fields Strong Team
SMILING PANTHERS—The Chillicothe Catholic Central baseball team, pictured above, it one
of the school'* strongest clubs in history. The Panther* opened their season with a win over South
eastern and then dropped tight 3-0 game to Columbus St. Mary in which Ram Al Buccilla twirled
his first no-hit job. The following week Chillicothe bounced back to hand St. Mary its first loss of
the season. In the first row, left to right: Bill Tayior, Tom Cahill, Bill Ward, Ron Bruce, Steve Galla
gher, Joe Krug and Jim Sledge. Second row: Bill Schilder, Jim Krauser, Ronnie Madru, Jerry Folk
and Joe Boeke.
Columbus Aquinas and Upper
Arlington golfers meet today on
Ohio State University’s Grey course
for the Greater Columbus League
championship. Both teams have
come through their respective di
visions unbeaten. Aquinas sailed
over the Saturday morning division
with an unblemished slate while
Arlington did the same in the Mon
day afternoon circuit.
’ton Meet for City Golf Crown
The match will »*t Up another
round in the two clubs' hotly con
tested run for the state title.
Last year Arlington handed
Aquinas its first defeat in two sea
sons in district competition. Then
the Terriers bounced back the fol
lowing week to beat the Bears
in the state meet. Aquinas set a
new team mark in the state and
Arlington bettered the Terriers’
winning mark of the season before.
Jackie Nicklaus, Arlington’s ace
swinger, will probably be paired
against Aquinas' Gene Cardi, the
22 Schaus Bldg.
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hest played match in high
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THE NEW LOOK FOR '44
REDUCING OSCILLATION MASSAGE.
Relaxing and steam bath. Eshelman.
1199 _W. Main St., phone DI, 4-3966.
SCR~AP METAL OF ALL KINDS. WILL
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card. F. Markland. Fraaeyehurg.
Schlita, Burger, Gam
Distributor In Licking County
Hines Distributing Company
Newark, O. Phone FA. 6-6911
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Phone DI. 4-3*2*. Newark. Ohio
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Genuine Italian Bpashotti
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Clothing 4 Shoes
59 S. 3rd St Newark O
Vacuum Cleaner Shop
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Denver. Colo. (NO Ever
wonder what has happened to
Corky Gonzales? Lots of sports
The former featherweight boxer,
who met the best in his division,
including Willie Pep and Lulu
Perez, has become a successful
business man and is a member of
Our Lady of Grace parish here in
Denver since his retirement from
the ring. He is planning to run for
membership on the Denver City
The former boxer also is learn
ing to fly a plane. His instructor
is Ed M. Miller, a fulllime free
lance writer. Miller is a former
associate editor of The Register
system of newspapers and a veter
an pilot with more than 6.000 log-
The 10th Of
From The 1st
District golf action starts
weeks with both Arlington and
Aquinas favored to advance to the
state meet at Ohio State the follow
ing week. The Central district
sends two teams to the state finals.
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ST. AGATHA BOWLING
Sioux .................... 64/i 34%
Seminoles ...... ..........61 38
Mohawks .................. 55 44
Incas ............... 48%
Cherokees ...... ........ 49 51%
Apaches .................. 46l/i 52%
Navajos .................. 41 58
Shawnees ........ ....... 30 39
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Week's high team game and se
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