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8—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, Oct. 14,1955
DIOCESAN
STANDINGS
w.
3
3
2
3
3
2 1
3
3
3
Pts. Pts
72
Opp
0
0
0
0
0
Team
Cols. Aquinas
Newark St. Fran.
Cola. St. Charles
Zanesville R’crans
Columbus Rosary
Marion St. Mary ...
Cols. St. Mary
Dennison St. Mary
Portsmouth N. D.
Dover St. Joseph
New Lex. St. Al.
27
24
14
59
26
27
79
90
66
67
80
0
0
125
60
15
32
44
13
57
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
103
129
STANDINGS
Lightweight
op.
0
0
18
14
41
20
1
pct ^ts
St. Dominie 0 i 4 59
St. Gabriel ... I k 0 2 14
Sacred Heart 1 i 2 13
St. Francis 1 2- 7
O. L. of Peace 1 0 0
St. Vincent 2 i 0 0
12
12
42
33
Mldc
O.L Victory 0 i 4 58
St. Christopher 1 2 7
SL John I 1 1 2- 13
Christ the King 1 i 2 19
Holy Name 1 1 i 0 0
St. Thomas 1 1 0 6
I
7
is
0
26
44
7
Light 9ht
St. Peter 0 4 65
Holy Family 0 i 4 13
Im Conception 1 i 2 52
Holy Rosary 1 i 2 44
St. Agatha 1 i 0 0
St. Michael 1 1 i 0 0
St Mary 1 2 i 0 0
33
Hea'
7
St Augustine 0 3 13
S Magdalene 1 i 2 14
St- Catharine 0 i 2 14
St. Ladislaus 1 i 2 28
Corpus Christi 0 i 2 12
St. Leo 1 1 7
St. Aloysius 1 1 0
St. James 1 1 1 6
14
0
18
6
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6
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defensive team, pictured above, has allowed
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have shut out two teams, allowed six points
to Zanesville Rosecrans at I gave up 20 in their
^0-14 loss to Groveport. Coach Forest Sharrock
Ex-Quarterback Dies
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—The first quarterback on Mar
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it shown looking at, left to right, Mark Vande
Walle, Day Raymond, Dave Walter, Joe Baum
and Mike Kasson. Linebackers are Mike Fran
cis, Terry Donahue, Joe Laufersweiler and
Chuck Foreman, while halfbacks are Jerry
Golden and George Thomas.
Sports of the Times
The Catholic Elementary Foot
ball League* got under way two
weeks ago with each of the four
weight divisions playing a full
set of games. Action was fast
and furious and already some of
the teams have cast themselves
in roles of teams to beat.
In the light weight league St.
Gabriel and Sacred Heart both
showed promise of having defen
sive minded clubs as each held
its opponent scoreless while scor
ing two touchdowns.
Our Lady of Victory in the
middleweight league opened the
season with a three touchdown
splurge in its game against Christ
the King. The final score was
216. Other games in the mid
dleweight league were won by
close scores.
The light-heavyweight league
118 S. Main
E. Center
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seems to be one that will produce
some exciting high-scoring games.
St. Peter showed a fine offensive
and defensive machine as it scor
ed at ease over St Michael w’lile
keeping its own goal line uncross
ed In the same league Immac
ulate Conception lost a high scor
ing thriller to Holy Rosary by a
score of 26-25. The boys from Im
maculate Conception appeared
to have the game all wrapped up
until Rosary intercepted a pass
in the last few minutes and ran
it back for a touchdown.
Immaculate Conception can
look with pride upon its most
rabid fan, Sister Reginald, the
school principal Last week she
found herself out on the playing
field at one time during the
game. In the excitement of a long
touchdown run Sister found a
spot on the field where she could
give her own personal cheer as
the boy went speeding past
In the heavyweight league ties
seemed tn be the order of the
day. St Leo-St. Augustine and St.
Aloysius St James played tn
stand stills while St Catharine and
Corpus Christi earned victories
in the opening set of games.
Action in the league was slow
ed down this past week hy thp
rain However, several games
were played in spite of the
weather.
Holy Family of the light heavy
weight league won its second
game in a row hy topping St
Agatha 7 0 As yet Family’s goal
line has not been crossed.
St. Dominic nf the lightweight
league is another team that has
not heen scored upon. It won
over Sacred Heart by a score of
1R 0 last week Sacred Heart in
cidentally, is much better than
the score indicates In its first
game they heat St. Vincent 13 0,
and then dropped its last game
to St. Dominic. Sacred Heart is
hindered by a squad that is small
in number. It had only eleven
hoys for the last game and twelve
in the first one. These few hoys
are doing a fine job but at times
they show need of a rest which is
not possible without hoys on the
bench.
St. Agatha Bowling
WHERE
SAVE
Lost
2
3
3
4 Mi
7
7‘i
8
8
8
9
Team Won
Incas 10
Comanches ....... 9
Seminoles ... 9
Shawnees
Cherokees ...
.......
......... 5
Apaches ........ 44
Mohawks ........ 4
Sioux ... 4
Crees 4
Navajos
........ 3
—„-----and
Week s high single game
series Ada Ramey, Shawnees,
183-503.
Week’s high feam game and
series: Incas, 668 Cherokees
1907.
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COLUMBUS, OHIO
Aquinas and St. Charles Return to Action Friday
Terrier-North
Collide In Big
City Loop Tilt
Columbus Aquinas and St.
Charles, which along with
Newark St. Francis, share
the only unbeaten records in
the diocese, get back into ac
tion Friday night with both
teams ruling as favorites to
win.
Aquinas will have its hands
full when the Terriers, win
ners of three straight games,
meet Columbus North on the'
Polar Bear field with the los
er dropping out of a tie for
the top spot in the tight City
League race-
The Terriers have rolled up
72 joints to their opponents’ 27
as they piled up wins over Cam
bridge, Chillicothe and Columbus
West. A win for the Elwood
Petchel guided crew tonight will
place them in a favored position
along with Columbus East for
the City League crown
Cards to Circleville
Jack Ryan’s St Charles Cardin
als will take to the highway for
their meeting with Circleville to
night st Charles, sporting a two
won, none lost, one tie record
will be strong favorites to cop
their third win The Carolians
were idle last week after pound
ing out a 40-7 win over Washing
ton Court House the week before.
Columbus Rosary will be the
first diocesan team to get the
week's schedule under way Fri
day afternoon at 3 p. m. when
the Crusaders take on Lancas
ter BIS at their Jones Field
home. Rosary, leadino the dio
cese in scoring with 125 tallies
so far, will be shooting for its
fourth win of the season.
Last Saturday the Forest Shar
rock crew scored a convincing
33-0 win over Columbus St. Mary.
St Mary takes on Marion-Franklin
Friday night. Manon-Franklin
has won four straight
Dennison Meets Rosecrans
Dennison St. Mary will visit
Zanesville Saturday night for a
return game with Zanesville
Rosecrans. Last year the Bishops
topped the Blue Wave 25-6 in Den
nison Rosecrans marked up its
third win in four starts last week
by topping Lancaster BIS 26-21,
after leading 26 0 following
three quarters. Dennison lost a,
tight 19 6 game to Follensbee, W
Va, St Anthony last Saturday
with two regular linemen out of
the lineup
In other garnet this week
Marion St. Mary meets Mt.
Gilead South Zanesville travels
to Newark St. Francis New
Lexington St. Aloysius jour
neys to Junction City Dover St.
Joseph clashes with Cleveland
St. Stanislaus at Cleveland and
Portsmouth Notre Dame plays
host to Waverly.
o-----------*-------
This Week’s Games
HIGH SCHOOL
Friday, October 14
Marlon St. Mary at Mt. Gilead
Lancaster BIS at Columbus Rosary
(afternoon I
Columbus Aquinas at Columbus North
Columbus St Charles at Circleville
Columbus St Mary at Marion-Frank
lin
Waverly at Portsmouth Notre Dame
Saturday, October IS
South Zanesville ^t Newark Sta Fran
cis
Dennison St. Mary at Zanesville Rose
crans
New Lexington St. Aloysius at Junc
tion City
Dover St Joseph at Cleveland St.
Stanislaus
LAST WEEK'S RESULTS
Zanesville Rosecrans 26. Lancaster BIS
21
Newark St. Francis 48, Magnetic
Springs 6
Columbus Rosary 33, Columbus St.
Mary 0
Marion St Mary 0, Olentangy 0
South Zanesville 40, New Lexington
St. Aloysius 27
Chesapeake 13, Portsmouth Notre
Dame 12
Follensbee, W. Va., St Anthony 19,
Dennison St. Mary 6
Canton Lincoln 13. Dover St Joseph 0
GRADE SCHOOL SCHEDULE
LIGHTWEIGHT LEAGUE
Tuesday, Oct. 18
Sacred Heart St. Gabriel at St. John
St. Dominic St. Vincent at Wolfe
Thursday, October 20
St Francis Our Lady of Peace at
Whetstone
MIDDLEWEIGHT LEAGUE
Wednesday, October 19
Our I.adv of Victory St. Thomas
at Wolfe
Holy Name Christ the King at
Christ the King
LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT LEAGUI
Thursday, October 20
St Michael St. Mary at Southview
Immaculate Conception St. Peter
at Gowdy
Friday, OctoKer 21
St.
st.
cothe
From Oct. 1st
INSURED
TO $10,000
Francis 7, St Vincent 0
Dominic 18. Sacred Heart 0
Gabriel OL. Peace (Postponed)
Middleweight
Holy Name St. Thomas (Postponed)
Christ the King 13. St. Christopher 12
O.L. Victory 31, St. John 6
Light Heavyweight
St. Peter 19, Holy Rosary 18.
Immaculate Conception 27, St. Mary 0
Holy Family 7. St. Agatha 0
st.
st.
st.
st.
Heavyweight
Augustine 6, St. Aloyaius 0
Ladislaus 22. St. James 6
Mary Magdalene 14, St. Leo
Catharine Corpus Christi (Post
poned)
Her son is Johnny Podres, who
brilliantly pitched the New York
Yankees into a 2-0 defeat and
won the first World Series cham
pionship in history for the Brook
lyn Dodgers.
It’s not only that her son has
become the new idol of Flatbush
which makes Mrs. Podres proud.
She told the N.C.W.C. News Serv
ice that she is prouder still of
the fact that her son is devoted
to his Catholic Faith. She said
N. 4th St.
60 So. Sth St.
Funeral Directors
620 Market St
NEW
Agatha Holy Rosary at Wolfe
HEAVYWEIGHT LEAGUE
Sunday, October 16
James St. Catharine at Chilli-
Tuesday, October II
Corpus Christi St. Augustine at Lin
den
Friday, October 21
St. Mary Magdalene St. Aloysius at
Westgate
St. Catharine St. Ladislaus at South
view
St.
Leo- St.
LAST
James at St. James
WEKK'S RSSULTS
Lightweight
St.
st.
st.
n
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Aquinas Backs Hope to Rout North Tonight
S* $«?W
HARD HITTERS —The Columbus Aquinas
backs shown above hope to bring the Terriers
their fourth straight victory tonight against
Columbus North. The winner will itay tied for
Mrs. Anna Podres Is Proud Lady
Watches Son Beat Yankees
WITHERBEE, N.Y. (NC)
Mrs. Anna Podres is a proud
woman— and she has a right to
be.
that when he ts at home here he
attends Mass and other devotions
regularly at St. Michael’s Church,
of which Msgr Stephen Wojcie
chowski is pastor.
The Podres’ are of Lithuanian
ancestry, so the Draugus, Lithu-
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