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8—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, Nov. SO, 1956
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Newark St. Francis, perennial
basketball threat in the Central
Catholic League, proved that this
year will be no different, last
Friday, as the Green Wave took
first place in the annual CCL Mis
sion Preview before 1100 fans in
the Bishop Watterson gym.
Walter Reid’s club trounced
Watterson, 16-3, and then came
back to down last year’s champi
on Columbus St. Mary team, 12-4.
Reid
from
They
Hoyt
signs look like the CCL flag
fly over Newark this season.
had three regulars back
his fine club of last season.
are John Callahan,
and Dick Elwell and
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606 636 Parsons Ave.
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Newark St. Francis Impresses
In CCL Preview Victory
Bob
the
will
St.
In other preview games,
Mary whipped Columbus Rosary
12-4, before falling to Newark
St. Charles and Holy Family play
ed to two ties, 10-10 and then
6-6. Rosary rounded out the
Hl 4-2194
in
•Walter Reid
night by downing Watterson,
13-6.
St. Mary’s Bill Allen took scor
ing honors for the,night with 10
points in the two quarters. Run
ner-up was Ron Shafer of Holy
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manship trophy.
Station Wagon
Out and Got It
boys
The four freckle-faced
from St. John’s Orphan
wanted a station wagon,
weren’t old enough to
themselves, but a station
Home
They
drive
wagon
would mean that the boys from
the Marianist run Home in Rock
away Park, New York could
travel to their football games,
concerts and other activities
without relying on subways. The
boys figured it would take years
of mowing lawns to earn the
money, so they sent in a list of
seven songs to the CBS-Televi
sion musical quiz "Name That
Tune”. A few months later, the
home had its station wagon, the
fcur.boys shared a
cational trust funa,
lion listeners had
human values they
forget.
South Dakota, named all seven
songs correctly. The boys came
into New York the following
week to join her for the $25,000
Golden Medley Maraton, and ex
plained why they had written in
together. The four—Johnny Mc
Kee, Roger Moore, Pete McCul
lough and Joe Gibson, sang in a
quartet known as “The Four
Peanuts”. And what’s more, as
Pete told the audience: “We play
in the band together, we play
football together, we hang
around together we’re pals.”
Jo Ann echoed the sentiments
of those watching that first
right when she said: “I'm In love
with all four of my partners al
ready.”
The Four Peanuts sang some
pf their favorite barber shop
numbers on the program. Audi
ence response was so great that
Master of Ceremonies George
DeWitt invited them to join him
in two records of an album he
was recording for RKO-Unique.
National attention and publicity
did not go to the heads of the
quartet, however. Under the
guidance of their beloved
Brother Frank Springman, Prin
cipal, football coach, director of
the Peanuts and “best friend,"
the boys continued their normal
activities at St. John's—including
homework. Winning football
games and studying for mid term
exams was still more important
to them than naming tunes.
When the producers of “Name
That Tune” learned of the boys’
plans for a station wagon, they
arranged to present the Home
with a new 1957 American Mo
tors Rambler, enabling all the
Peanuts’ share of the prize money
to be placed in an educational
trust for them. George DeWitt
drove the new car out to Rock
away Park and handed the keys
over to Brother August, Super
intendent of St. John's, while
thousands of students and neigh
bors cheered and the band
played on In a moving cere
mony, Father Joseph Tetzlaff,
former president of the Uni
versity of Dayton and present
Chaplain of St. John, blessed the
station wagon, while the football
team stood by for their first in
spection. Said DeWitt later of
the day’s events. “They got the
station wagon, but we got the
present.”
Toward the final weeks of the
program, as the boys and 4heir
nretty partner approached the
$25,000 goal, the Peanuts learned
that Jo Ann’s school, the Holy
Rosary Indian Mission in Pine
Ridge, South Dakota, was about
to close its doors for lack of
funds. All 136 boys from St.
John chipped in their weekly
movie allowance and donated it
to the Mission School. The rip
ple started by the boys became
a flood, as listeners across the
country sent in their own dona
tions and offers of help. The
Fathers of the Mission School
wrote of their gratitude, saying
that this Thanksgiving was truly
one for which to be thankful.
Mail poured in to the program,
indication of the Peanuts’ impact
on their audience. “A living
sermon in brotherhood," some
called it, and many who wrote
spoke of the happy place they
knew St. John Home must be. "I
can tell by the smiling faces of
the boya and the Brothers that
their lives are warm and rich,”
wrote another listener. “You
boys have given me great faith
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In action is quarterback Berni* Raetz, star of undefeated St.
Thomas College, St. Paul, Minn., in the tough Minnesota Inter
collegiate Athletic Conference. Bernie is a big reason why his
team is undefeated in eight games, completing 88 passes for a
total of 866 yards and 11 touchdowns for the season. Coach Frank
Deig reports possibilities of St. Thomas being in the Aluminum
Bowl, Little Rock, Ark., on December 22.
Mass Offered
For Olympic
Athletes
MELBOURNE, Australia—(NC)
-A vast throng jammed Como
Park for the major Catholic fes
tivity connected with the Olym
pics.
The celebration was a Pontifi
cal Mass offered by His Emin
ence Norman Cardinal Gilroy,
Archbishop of Sydney, three days
after the 16th Olympiad had been
formally opened by the Duke of
Edinburgh. In a special message
to the athletes of the world,
which was read at the Mass, His
Holiness -Pope Pius XII said:
"Many times we have been
pleased to recall the harmony of
relations between Christian prin
ciples and sporting activities. It
now pertains to you, beloved
sons, during these Olympic
Games, to make manifest in your
acts how a school of energy and
self-mastery must be ordained
towards the intellectual and
moral perfecting of the soul. Re
witnesses to this spiritual ideal."
in the future of our country,”
said another.
November 13, the'•Peanuts and
the Indian girl identified five
songs of faith and inspiration
for $25,000. The audience, staff
members and the Peanuts them
selves wiped away tears as
George DeWitt said goodbye.
“But we re not going to let you
go before you sing one last song,”
he amended. The audience roared
approval. Johnny began it in his
clear young tenor, and the other
Peanuts and DeWitt joined him.
“Wish A While.” was the song,
one which they had recorded.
"If you believe, you will receive,
whatever your heart has in
view," ran the lyrics. For the
Peanuts, for Jo Ann Gilder
sleeve. and for the millions who
had grown to love them, it was
a fitting conclusion. They had
received the rewards of a deep
and simple faith, not only in the
greatness of God, but in the
goodness of the mankind He had
created.
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As athletes from all
the world's continents
here, they found special
set aside in Olympic
where the Blessed Sacrament
was reserved and a priest was
available.
They were also greeted with
this message from Archbishop
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Los Angeles Coliseum this com
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is 2:00 p.m., P.S.T.
This is the second consecutive
season finale for the Irish in Los
Angeles. Last year, despite the
brilliant efforts of Notre Dame
quarterback Paul Hornung, who
gained 345 yards in total offense
for the single game high of the
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the Irish have won 17, Southern
Cal. 8, and two games have end
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