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8—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, Sept. 14,1956
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The 1956 high school football season gets underway
Friday with five diocesan schools opening the campaign
with New Lexington St. Aloysius being the first to start with
an afternoon game at Jacksontown.
Saturday six more schools open up, leaving only New
ark St. Francis, which is working on a 13 game winning
streak, as the only team not scheduled. The Green Wave
waits until the following week before getting its season
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US B. Broad It.
Diocesan Football Season Starts
With 11 Games Slated for Weekend
Four New Coaches
Make Grid Debuts
Besides the St. Aloysius-Jack
sontown game, other tilts slated
are West Lafayette at Zanesville
Rosecrans, Columbus Watterson
at Richwood, Columbus Rosary at
Hilliards and Columbus Aquinas
at Cambridge. Saturday Colum
bus St. Mary meets Lancaster
BIS at 4 p. m. at Jones Field,
Marion St. Mary travels to Ken
ton, Goshen Union visits Dover
St. Joseph, Portsmouth Notre
Dame goes to Wheelersburg, Den
nison St. Mary plays host to Ros
coe and Columbus St. Charles
tests Bexley on the latter’s field.
Four naw coache. will make
their debut. as John Hatom
takes over for the highly sue.
eessfui Bob Fowle at St. Aloy.
sius, Joe LaScola, up from the
Massillon school system guides
Dover St. Joseph, Gene Rice
moves up from assistant at
Zanesville Rosecrans and Bob
Irvin guides Bishop Watter.
son.
All squads will be shooting for
the mythical Diocesan champion
ship won the past season by New
ark St. Francis and shared in
1954 by the Green Wave and Mar
ion St. Mary. Preseason favorite
for the honor would probably
be Columbus St. Charles which
has a fine group of veterans
returning including ace backs
Lou Bomber” Martin and Ed
nie DeMatteis.
At Dennison St. Mary, Paul
Drotovich is hoping for better
things when his Blue Waves meet
Roscoe Saturday. He has nine
lettermen back, including Bob
Beamer, who plays guard and
right halfback and is what Droto
vich describes as “one of the
best boys in the state.” Dennison
will again run from the split
attack with junior Jim Guida
and Senior Tony Campisi guid
ing the*squad from the quar
terback position. Other veter
ans are Bob Carlisle, who is
showing ‘tremendous improve
ment’ at center, Geary Bradley,
a junior Paul Smolak, a sopho
more, Ken Beamer, a sophomore,
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who has been shifted from half
back to tackle Bob lelacqua, jun
ior fullback, who led the squad
in yards gained last year and
halfback Denny Kupp, a junior,
who played tackle last season.
MjM
Allen will run from the left
halfback spot while the veteran
Jack Francisco holds down the
other half. Basketballer Simon
Williams is ahead so far for the
starting fullback nod. Williams,
a sophomore, weighs 201 and
played end last season.
St. Mary's line is led by the
capable Bill Camboni at cen
ter. The two-tii.»e letter winner
weighs 265 and it's doubtful If
there's a finer offensive center
in the city. As Neville describes
him, "He goes about his busi
ness quietly but he knows what
he's in there for."
Art Abrahamson (155) and
Jim Dempsey (150) are the start
ing ends—so far with Larry
Ward (165) and Co-captain Rog
ers (170) slated for tackle duties.
Guards Jim Sweeney (135) and
Bob Devine (155) round out the
starting offensive lineup.
Neville does quite a bit of
switching on defense, sending
Williams into a tackle spot and
inserting Dick Stringer (who put
the Rams in the state basketball
tournament with his last-second
Drotovich summed up his
squad’s prospects with the state
ment. ‘“The boys can go as far
as they want to, it all depends
on their attitude and their desire
to win.”
Rams Meet BIS Saturday
SET FOR OPENER Rickie Bond, quarterback and
center Bill Camboni of Columbus St. Mary take the stance
that will be shared by 10 other diocesan high school
quarterbacks and centers this weekend as the 1956 season
gets underway. The Rams play Lancaster BIS Saturday
afternoon at 4 o'clock at their Jones Field home. All
but one school, Newark St. Francis, get the season started
this weekend.
Neville Hopes for Improved
Season With Strong Line
After talking with Ken Neville, it’s hard to figure out
whether he’s glad to see the football season coming, or
if he's just quietly waiting to get it over with. He’ll tell you
about ihe starting lineup being a little heavier than last
season’s St. Mary team, then say
that the Rams are slower and
that he doesn’t have as much line
depth as a year ago.
He's lost Al Buccilla, his fine
three-year ace quarterback and
has moved hard-running Ricky
Bond from fullback to Buccilla’s
old spot. Bond weighs 170 and
is co-captain along with tackle
John Rogers.
Neville has picked up a big
asset in 185 pound Bill Allen,
uho came back from California
where he starred in Los Angeles
prep ranks last season after a
fine freshman year at St. Mary.
basket in the regional finals) and
Julius Cowen at ends.
A trio of 150 pounders. Jack
Downey, Dick Dottie and Jim
Lape get the line-backing chores
along with Abrahamson who
moves in from the line. Jim Mill
er at 245 will man the middle
guard slot while Bill Barrett
(150) and Ed Colston (165) share
the halfbacking work.
Neville quietly thinks his team
has a good chance of improving
its three won, six lost record of
last season but he knows the im
provement will have to come from
an aggressive offensive line and
Bond’s ability to handle the key
quarterback spot. So far he’s en
couraged.
o
Games Won't Hurt This
Athlete's Accounting
MELBOURNE—(NC)—Ira Da
vis won’t be forgetting his school
work when he competes for the
United States in the Olympic
Games here. The Christian Broth
ers will see to that.
A second-year accounting ma
jor at La Salle College in Phil
adelphia, the 19-year-old ath
lete’s main task will be an effort
to win his specialty, the hop, step
and jump.
Having received a letter from
Brother David, Dean of La Salle's
School of Business Administra
tion, the Christian Brothers here
have made arrangements for
young Davis to continue his stud
ies when he gets down under.'
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IT PAYS TO USE THE
TIMES CLASSIFIEDS
Sacred Heart
Church
Homecoming
Friday and Saturday
Sept. 14 and 15
Afternoon and Evening
E. First Ave. and Summit St.
Newark St- Francis
Sept. 22 New Lexington St. Aloysius
Sept. 29 Jacksontown
Oct.6
Oct.
Oct.20
______________
Oct. 27 at Magnetic Springs
Nov. 3 Hanqver-Toboso
at South Zanesville
13 at Junction City
Frazeysburg
Coach: Walter Reid
1955 record: Won 6, lost 0
Zanesville Rosecrans
Sept. 14 West Lafayette
Sept. 21 at Columbus Rosary
Sept. 28 Columbus St. Mary
Oct. 6 Lancaster BIS
Oct. 12 at Newcomerstown
Oct 21 at Springfield Central Catholic
Oct.' 26 Columbus St. Charles
Nov. 3 Dover St. Joseph
Coach: Gene Rice
1955 record: Won 7, lost 2
Marion St. Mary
Sept. 15 Kenton
Sept. 21 at Elm Valley
Sept. 29 Cardington
Oct. *Olentangy
Oct.
Oct. 19 at Big Walnut
Oct. 27 7 ___
Nov. 2 Richwood
Nov. 9 at Willard
5 at
13 Mt. Gilead
27 Carey
Coach: Ray Robbins
1955 record: Won 6, lost 1, tied 2
Columbus Aquinas
Sept. 14 at Cambridge
Sept. 22 Bellaire St. John (at Central)
Sept. 28 at Columbus West
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct. 25 at Columbus East (3 p.m.)
Nov. 2 at Columbus South
Nov. 9 at Columbus Central
5 Open
12 at Columbus North
19 at Columbus Linden
Coach: Elwood Petchel
Sept.
Sept.
Sept. __ _________
Oct. 5 Columbus St. Mary
Oct. 12 Franklin Heights
Oct. 18 at Circleville
Oct. 27 at Charleston, W. Va. Catholic
Nov. 2 at Columbus Linden
Nov. 9 Columbus Eastmoor
Coach: Forest Sharrock
1955 record: Won 4, lost 5
Columbus St. Charles
Sept. 15 at Bexley
Sept. 21 at Columbus Central
Sept. 28 at Washington C.H.
Oct. 5 at Marion Harding
Oct. 12 at Circleville
Oct 19 at Upper Arlington
This Week’s Games
Friday, Sept. 14
New Lexington St. Aloysius
at Jacksontown (2 p.m.)
West Lafayette at Zanesville
Rosecrans.
Columbus Watterson at
Richwood.
Columbus Rosary at Hill
iards.
Columbus Aquinas at Cam
bridge.
Saturday, Sept. 15
Marion St. Mary at Kenton.
Goshen Union at Dover St.
Joseph.
Portsmouth Notre Dame at
Wheelersburg.
Roscoe at Dennison St.
Mary.
Columbus St. Charles at Bex
ley.
Lancaster BIS at Columbus
St. Mary (Jones Field 4 p.m.)
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.956 Diocesan (High School Football Schedule
Oct. 26 at Zanesville Rosecrans
Nov. 2 at Grandview
Nov. 10 Coluihbus St. Mary
Coach: Jack Ryan
5 at Chesapeake
McKell. Ky.
25 Portsmouth East
Coach: Dave Wetta
1955 record: Won 3, lost 5, tied
Columbus St. Mary
Sept. 15 BIS (4 p.m.)
Sept. 21 Greenon
Sept. 28 at Zanesville Rosecrans
Oct. 5 at Columbus Rosary
Oct.---------
Oct.
Oct.26
__________
Nov. 3 Columbus Watterson (at North)
Nov. 9 at Columbus St. Charles
13 at Dennison St. Mary
19 at Olentangy
Waverly
Coach: Ken Neville
1955 record: Won 3, lost 6
New Lexington St- Aloysius
Sept. 14 at Jacksontown (2 p.m.)
Sept. 22 at Newark St Francis
Sept. 27 South Zanesville (4 p.m.)
Oct. 4 Junction City (4 p.m.)
Oct. 11 Frazeysburg (4 p.m.)
Oct. 19 at Jeromesville
Oct. 26 Open
Nov. 1 Hartford '4 p.m.)
Coach: John Hatem
1955 record: Won 2, lost 4
Dennison St. Mary
1
1955 record: Won 4, lost 3, tied
Columbus Rosary
14 at Hilliard
21 Zanesville Rosecrans
28 at Greenfield McClain
Sept. 15 Roscoe
Sept. 22 at Millersburg
Sept. 29 Malvern
Oct. 5 Follensbee, W. Va., St. An
thony
Oct. 13 Columbus St. Mary
Oct. 20 at Ohio Deaf (Columbus 2 p.m.)
Oct. 27 Wayne-Bloomfield
Nov. 2 at West Lafayette
Nov. 10 Uniontown
Nov. 17 at Dover St. Joseph
Coach: Paul Drotovich
1955 record: Won 2, lost 7
Dover St. Joseph
Sept. 15 Goshen-Union
Sept 22 Massillon Sophomores
Sept. 29 Open
Oct. 6 Wayne Township^
Oct. 13 Cleveland St. Stanislaus
Oct. 18 at Millersburg
Oct. 27 at Follansbee, W. Va., St. An
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Nov. 3 at Zanesville Rosecrans
Nov. 10 Greentown
Nov. 17 Dennison St. Mary
Coach: Joe LaScola
1
1955 record: Won 3, lost 4, tied
Portsmouth Notre Dame
Sept. 15 at Wheelersburg
Sept. 21 Portsmouth West
Sept. 28 at Fairland
Oct.
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Oct. 12 at Waverly
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Oct.___________________
Nov. 2 Ironton St. Joseph
Nov. 10 New Boston
1955 record: Won 2, lost 8
Columbus Watterson
Sept. 14 at Richwood
Sept. 21 at Columbus Linden
Sept 28 at Eastmoor
Oct. 6 at Ohio Deaf
Oct. 12 Open
Oct. 19 at Franklin Heights
Oct. 26 Open
Nov. 3 Columbus St. Man' (at North!
6 at Ohio Deaf
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School did not play organized
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630 Oak St Dial 2-8904
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328 Silvei St. Marion. Ohio
SHOES
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