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8—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, Sept. 28,1956
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Frtattag
St. Francis Gets Fourteenth
Straight Victory Rams Lose
Columbus St. Charles’ Lou Martin scored from two feet
out in the final two seconds last Friday to give the Cardinals
a hard fought, 13-7 win over Columbus Central on the Pirate
field. The win upped the Cards’ mark to two straight wins
and left them on top of the
weekend firing.
Newark St. Francis opened its
season with an impressive 62-19
win over New Lexington St. Aloy
sius to record the school’s four
teenth consecutive win. The Green
Wave, who have never lost a
game under Coach Walter Reid,
stand second in standings as
all other teams have lost at least
one game.
Frigay night St. Charles guns
for its third victory when Wash
ington C. H. plays the host to
Jack Ryan's hard-hitting crew.
In other games tonight, Ports
mouth Notre Dame (0-2) plays at
Fairland, Columbus St. Mary
(1-1) meets Zanesville Rosecrans
(1-1) at Zanesville, Columbus
Aquinas (1-1) tests Columbus
West on the latter’s field, Green
field McClain tackles Columbus
Roseary (1-1) at Jones Field and
Columbus Watterson (0-2) goes to
Columbus Eastmoor.
Three games are scheduled for
Saturday night with Cardington
journeying to Marion St. Mary
(0-2), Jacksontown goes against
Newark St. Francis (1-0) and Mal
vern trying Dennison St. Mary
(1-1) on the Blue Wave grounds.
In action last week, four schools
Irish Prep for Hoosiers
SOUTH BEND. Ind. Notre
Dame, loser to Southern Meth
odist 19-13 last week, will take
advantage of its off-day this Sat
urday in preparing for next
weeks’ game with Indiana Uni
versity in the Irish home opener.
Last Saturday, the Irish, down
13 points at halftime, came back
with a second half rally that tied
the game only to see SMU score
another touchdown in the final
period. The game ended with
Notre Dame on the Mustang eight
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diocesan standings after the
lost their first games of the sea
son while one team (Rosary) got
its first win. Losers were Colum
bus St. Mary, 6-0 to Greenon
Columbus Aquinas, blanked by
Bellaire St. John, 37-0 Zanesville
Rosecrans, who lost 18-0 to Ros
ary and Dennison St. Mary beat
en by Louisville, 12-7.
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Missioners To Be Sluggers
St. Louis Cardinal baseball fans who have been wondering
about the young priest seen in the Cardinal dugout recently can
now learn that he is Father Joseph Halpin, Maryknoll missioner
on leave from Guatemala. On returning to his remote mission in
the Cuchumatanes Mountains shortly, Father Halpin will have a
few pointers on the art of hitting for his Mam Indian baseball
players from none other than his good friend, Stan (the Man)
Musial, shown with him here.
This Week’s Games
Friday, Sept. 28
Portsmouth Notre Dame at
Fairland.
Columbus St. Mary at Zanes
ville Rosecrans.
Columbus St. Charles at Wash
ington C. H.
Columbus Aquinas at Columbus
West.
Colum-
Greenfield McClain at
bus Rosary.
Columbus Watterson
lumbus Eastmoor.
at Co-
29
Saturday, Sept.
Cardington at Marion St. Mary.
Jacksontown at Newark St.
Francis.
Malvern at Dennison St. Mary.
Last Week’s Results
Columbus St. Charles 13, Co
lumbus Central 7.
Columbus Rosary 18, Zanesville
Rosecrans 0.
Newark St. Francis 62, New
Lexington St. Aloysius 19.
Louisville 12, Dennison St.
Mary 7.
Grade School
Footballers
Begin Season
On Sept. 25 the whistle blew
for the start of the 1956 Catholic
Elementary Grade School football
season.
Twenty-seven teams took the
field in the course of the week.
These teams are participating in
four leagues, which are divided
according to weights of the teams.
The four leagues are: Class A—
Heavyweight, Class A Light
weight, Class Heavyweight,
and Class Lightweight.
This year two teams will travel
to the Veterans Hospital in Chil
licothe to play for the enjoyment
of the veterans every Sunday of
the season.
Holy Spirit is the newest ad
dition to the leagues .. Immacu
late Conception’s weight of 114
topped the 27 teams that weighed
in at the Knights of Columbus
New faces seen among the
coaches this year are: Joe Mara.
St. Peter Alvin Funh, Sacred
Heart Jerry Golden, Holy Rosa
ry Joe Albanese, Holy Spirit
Carl Rau, St. Mary Jim Altman,
St. Catharine, and Jim Veeley, St.
Mary Magdalene Holy Rosary
will field two teams, one in each
class
NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
Class Lightweight
Sept. 30—Corpus Christi vs.
Class Heavyweight
Victory-Gowdy.
St. Michael-Bye.
Class A Lightweight
Oct. 4—Holy Spirit vs. St. Mary-
Southview.
Holy Family vs. St. Ladislaus
Sunshine.
Holy Rosary vs. St. Thomas-
Krumm.
St. Peter-Bye.
Class A Heavyweight
Oct. 5 Immaculate Conception
vs. St. James the Less-Como.
vs. St. Aloyslus-St.
St. Agatha
Agatha.
Christ the
arine-St.
St. Charles Rocks Central, 13-7 on Last Second Tally
Carolians Plan
Football Special
The Carolian and Alumni clubs
of Columbus St. Charles will
charter buses for the Friday, Oct.
5 St. Charles-Marion Harding
football game at Marion. Reser
vations are being accepted by Fa
ther Hugh Murphy, CL. 2-9333
Dom Tiberi, AM. 3-9005 Bob Al
len, AM. 30482 and Walter
Plank, HI. 4-0165.
The buses will leave from St.
Charles at 6 p.m. the night of the
game. The cost, including reserv
ed seats at the game, is $2.65 for
adults and $2.15 for children.
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Elm Valley 26, Marion St.
Mary 20.
Greenon 6, Columbus St. Mary 0.
Bellaire St. John 37, Columbus
Aquinas 0.
Columbus Linden 41, Columbus
Watterson 0.
Diocesan Standings
See Benefit
Football Game
The crowd filled the huge
Busch Baseball Stadium, which
was donated for the affair by Au
gust A. Busch, Jr., owner of the
St. Louis Cardinals Baseball Club.
John J. Butler was general chair
man of the committee in charge
of the benefit game.
The $6,000,000 pediatric hospit
al was built as a memorial to the
late Cardinal John J. Glennon.
When it was opened last July,
Archbishop Joseph E. Ritter ex
pressed a wish that some way
could be found to finance medical
care for children who could not
otherwise afford it. As a result,
the benefit game was planned.
Circleville
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Oct. 2—St. Francis vs. St. Gabriel
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St. Dominic-Bye.
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Oct. 3—St. Christopher vs.
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Massillon Sophomores 36, Dov
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ST. LOUIS (NO The larg
est crowd ever to witness a foot
ball game in this city (31,273)
turned out for a special pre-sea
son exhibition benefit game. They
saw the Green Bay Packers beat
the Chicago Cardinals, 29-21, in
a game which netted $60,000 for
the benefit of needy children re
quiring care in the Cardinal Glen
non Memorial Hospital.
NEW ORLEANS—(NC)—Frank
Sclafani is ready to begin his
third year as a pre-medical stu
dent at St.. Edward’s University
in Austin, Tex., which is con
ducted by the. Congregation of
Holy Cross.
He says he is “feeling great,”
but less than four weeks ago his
heart stopped beating and he
stopped breathing on an operat
ing table. Doctors say he can go
in for football, but he says he
“would rather go out for track.”
Opp
Team W LPts Pts
Columbus St. Charles 2 0 45 20
Newark St. Francis 1 0 62 19
Dennison St. Mary ....1 1 33 19
Zanesville Rosecrans 1 1 18 18
Columbus Rosary .....1 1 30 25
Columbus Aquinas ....1 1 13 44
Columbus St. Mary 1 1 31 6
Dover St. Joseph 0 2 21103
Marion St. Mary ..... 0 2 20 35
Portsmouth
Notre Dame.......... 0 2 6 27
New Lexington
St. Aloysius 0 2 33 116
Columbus Watterson 0 2 14 72
On August 18, Sclafani, whose
home is in New Orleans, under
went an operation at Touro in
firmary. The doctor was com
pleting the operation, with the
patient under anesthesia, when
the anesthetist announced the pa
tient’s heart had stopped heat
ing and that he had ceased to
breathe.
Using whatever sterile instru
ments were available a resident
physician opened the left side of
the chest. Then a surgeon wait
ing in an adjacent room to oper
ate on another patient, rushed
in and began to massage the heart.
On the third stroke the heart
beat, then kept
oh
beating.
Doctors explained that al
though death generally is con
sidered to have occurred when
heart and respiration stop, there
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Welcome Back Father
NEW PRESIDENT Father John L. Hart, O.P., presb
dent of Columbus Aquinas was introduced to alumni at
halftime ceremonies at last Saturday's Aquinas-Bellaire
St. John football game. With him is Columbus mayor
Maynard Sensenbrenner who introduced the new Terrier
president. Father Hart succeeds Father Joseph B. Tay*
lor, O.P. who is now on the faculty of Providence College.
is still “life” in the tissues and
may last close to an hour, but
damage to the brain may take
place in only four* or five min
utes. This is why quick work is
necessary.
Sclafani is a graduate of Holy
Cross High School in New Or
leans which is conducted by
Brothers of the Holy Cross.
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