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•—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, June 14, 1957
NIGHT
HARNESS
RACING
At Beeutifvl
Hilliards
Raceway
HILLIARDS, OHIO
41 NIGHTS—JUNE 11
THROUGH JULY 27
Nightly Except Sunday
Post Time 8:15 P.
M.
PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING
DAILY DOUBLES
Ample Parking Facilities
KENTON
Blanchard Station
Elevator
Provico Feeds
Cement Fence Seeds
Fertilizer Custom Grinding
Blanchard Station, Ohio
RD No. 1, Dunkirk, Ohio
Phone Kenton 4-1220
CHEVROLET ADVANCE-DESIGN
TRUCKS
Dependable performance! Low cost
per mile! Wide choice of models!
There’s a Chevrolet truck that’s
Just right for your business.
Harken Chevrolet Co.
200 St. Detroit Phone *9204
The firms listed here deserve
to be remembered when you are
distributing your patronage in
the different lines of business.
New Lexington
Metzger
Ins. Agency
Complete Insurance Service
113 N. Main 228
Hot Point Appliances
Television Sales & Service
Ellis Dept. Store
•03 N. Main St.
Naw L•Kington Phone 107
DAVIS RADIATOR SHOP
Complete Lawn Mower Service
Tuscarawas, Ohio Phone 1355.13
STATION 15 AWNING CO
Canvas and Metal Awnings
Industrial Specialties
RR 1, Dennison, O. Phone 944
McCartney barber shop
147 E. High Ave Ph. 5-4573
Now Philadelphia, Ohio
EAB ER’S FOODLINER, INC.
701 S. Broadway
New Philadelphia, Ohio
BAKERIES
EVERETT'S BAKERY
148 W. High Ave.
New Philadelphia, O.
The Ohio Optical Co.
Have Your Eyes Examined
Today
BUY DIRECT
Prescription. Accurately Pilled
SO Yean Di.Unctive Service
in Canton
FRED J. HUSHKA, Owner
Phene GL. 2-4521
Onesto Hotel Bldg., Canton, Ohio
BOLTZ’S
Located on Rt. 8 & 250
2 mi. N. of Uhrichsville
“An Adventure in
Fine Foods”
Family Style Chicken Dinner
Sleek. See Feed
Private Parties and
Banquets Welcomed
Phone 1815
Ryan I8 Coach
St. Charles, Aquinas
Players Named To
West’s All-Star Nine
Two players from St. Charles’ outstanding baseball
squad of the past season and one from Aquinas, have been
named to the Western All-Star baseball team.
Named coach of the Central District’s 10-man squad
was St. Charles Coach Jack Ryan.
Selected for the all-star
group were: Ernie "Butch" De
Matteis, pitcher, and Larry
Sopko, catcher, of St. Charles,
and Dick Schnieder, Aquinas
outfielder.
DeMatteis, whose sterling
mound performances of the last
few seasons have caught the eye
of many sportswriters, is rated
one of the best hurlers in Cen
tral Ohio.
During the past season, he
hung up a 9-2 record, including
four victories when St. Charles
Boxing Champ Marries
BIRKENHEAD. England—(NC)
Pat McAteer, British and Em
pire middleweight boxing champ
ion, was married to Mary Hughes
of Long Island, N.Y., at St. Lau
rence’s church here. Both are
Catholics.
BUYER'S
GUIDE
SEIBERLING TIRES
Recapping and Retreading
Bird’s Shell Oil Station
121 S. Main Phone 9252
Kenton, Ohio
The
HILL DRUG CO.
Professional Pharmacists
THE FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF KENTON
Member of F.D.I.C.
THE SMART SHOP
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR, JEWELRY
GIFTS AND NOVELTIES
CERTIFIED
Refrigeration Service
Walter Carney
New Lexington. O., Phone 106
PERRY DISTRIBUTING CO
Distributors for
Burger Schlitz
Duquesne
drove to within two games of
the State baseball title.
Sopko and Schnieder are both
outstanding hitters and fielders.
The Western All-Stars, which
has 30 players on the roster,
will play the Eastern All-Stars
30-man squad in a three-game
series at Jet Stadium, June 29
and 30. ..........
ono
Sheeran's
Quality Drugs
Opposite Court House
New Lexington, Ohio
OE3O
TUSCARAWAS COUNTY
BURIAL VAULTS
BUSS BURIAL VAULTS
605 W. State, Ph. 8-7438
Newcomeetown, O.
................... ....--
Citizens Budget Co.
Complete Loan Service
Chattel. Automobile
Concumer Credit
Phone for a Loan er Further
Information
"It Please. Us to Please Vou"
“We Are on the Square"
VUHGIL O. MATHIAS, Mgr.
104 S. Broadway Phone 4-2745
New Philadelphia, Ohio
MILLER
Spraying Service
Termite Extermination and
Powder Poet Beetles
Free Inspection and
5 Year Written Guarantee
Phone 514Y Millersburg O.
Van Fossen
Service
323 E. High Ave.
Dial 5-0924
New Philadelphia, Uhio
Willard Safety-Fill Battery
Sales end Service
Roth Garage offer, you not only
the beat in storage batteries for
every application, but also excel
lent service to protect your bat
tery.
WHERE TO CALL”
Roth Garage
716 W. High Av.
New Philadelphle
3-1922
Both squads are divided into
three districts, each with 10 men.
Others from the Central Dis
trict named to the squad are:
Ken Clapsaddle, Wrest Gary
Clark, Linden Jeff Nacht, Bex
ley Art Morlan, Central Dick
Jones, North Bill Hess, Jackson
tcwn and Clancy Readout, Cen
tral.
ND Nine Splits
In NCAA Series
OMAHA, NEB. Notre Dame,
winner of the Midwest baseball
tournament, split in two games
played in the NCAA “World Se
ries” played here last weekend.
The “Fighting Irish” dropped a
13 8 decision to Iowa State in 10
innings but came back and blast
ed Colorado State, 23-2. Two loss
es eliminate a competing team.
Notre Dame, which started the
season slowly by winning only
four of the first nine starts, now
has a 15-9 record. The tourney
was to continue during the week.
Christmas Cage
Tourney Planned
Six Catholic schools made plans
for a Christmas basketball tour
nament to be held Dec. 26-27-28
in the Dennison High School gym.
Participating schools ere: Dov
er St. Joseph, Cambridge St. Ben
edict, Wierton (W. Va.), Madonna,
Coshocton Sacred Heart, Dennison
St. Mary and another school to
be named later.
Two games will be played each
night with trophies being award
ed to winner, runner-up and con
solation winner. Trophies also
will be awarded for the best
sportsmanship shown by a player
and by a team.
Requiem Is Sung
For Kilbane
John Patrick Kilbane went
from an ore handler on the Cleve
land docks to fame in boxing.
He won the featherweight title
on Feb. 22, 1912, from Abe At
tel and held it until 1923 when
he was defeated by Eugene
Criqui.
After quitting the ring, Kil
bane dabbled in various business
ventures, then entered politics.
He was elected state senator and
also served in the Ohio House of
Representatives. He resigned the
House post when elected clerk
of the Municipal Court here in
1951.
THE FIRST
NATIONAL BANK
123 N. Bridge
Dial 8-6202
Newcomestown, O. a
M&K Store
GROCERIES
210 E. 3rd St., Phone 13
Uhrichsville, O.
If you haven't been reading the
want ad«, you have been losing
money. Road thorn and profit.
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FUNERAL HOME
Serving Newcomerstown,
Port Washington
and Surrounding Territory
407 S. CANAL STRUT
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Bargain* In Other Good Coaches
From S3M to S700.
25 of them under $3,000
Bateman Trailer Store
1500 I. STAT* ST., ALLIANCS, O.
PHONE 2140
mmmr
The Ohio
Savings & Trust Co.
119 W. High Ave.
Now Philadelphia, O.
Member F.D.I.C.
ft V*
JFas
Boxing Champion
CLEVEI.AND, (NC)—Requiem
Mass was offered last week in St.
Patrick Church here for Johnny
Kilbane, 68, who was the world’s
featherweight boxing champion
for 11 years and later had a suc
cessful career in politics.
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Auto racing fans take part as Father
Leo Lindemann, chaplain at the Indianap
olis Motor Speedway celebrates a special
Field Mass on the track infield prior to
the running of the annual 500-mile race.
Earlier, he had offered another Mass in
St. Charles
Wins Two In
Summer Play
Bob Koerner and Fred Black
burn matched two-hit pitching
performance* for the Cardi
nale. The week before, both
hurlers allowed oniy three hits
each in pitching St. Charles to
two shutout victories.
St. Charles shares the lead with
Grove City which outscored Lan
caster, 9-7 and 8-5, in a double
header.
Watterson went 12 innings be
fore taking a 6-5 decision from
Upper Arlington, after dropping
a 10-1 battle to the Golden Bears
in the first game of a twin bill.
In other games, North defeat
ed Eastmoor twice, 13-0 and 4-2.
Little Leaguers Play
Second Set Next Week
The second round of games
the St. Mary Magdalene Tattle
league will be played at the
school next week. Games start at
6:15 p.m. The schedule:
This may seem like “rushing”
the football season a bit, but
since the honor of playing in the
Milk Bowl is a nationally coveted
one, small fry teams under Cath
olic auspices would do well to
start scrimmaging immediately,
the director of the bowl game ad
vises.
Small-fry players must not be
over 110 pounds in weight and
not over 15 yeais of age. Squads
eligible for consideration are
those playing in after-school pro
grams for orphanages, recreation
associations, neighborhood clubs,
private and parochial schools,
churches, civic groups and other
nonprofit organizations.
The Milk Bowl classic was start
ed in 1949 by Eugene Weafer and
his wife, Elizabeth. Mr. Weafer
is now the executive director of
the National Milk Bowl, which
has its headquarters in Bryan.
His wife is on the board of di
rectors.
Four Catholic teams have par
ticipated in the nine games play
ed thus far in the Milk Bowl. For
the past three years, the estab
lished formula of team selection
has involved one Catholic team
against a non-Catholic one. Mr.
Weafer has said that “whenever
possible this pattern will be
used.’*
The “small” refers only to the
players, for the Milk Bowl has all
the fanfare of the Rose Bowl and
the Cotton Bowl, plus
a
crowd
...
'ft
Mass Before 500-Mile Race
up two
in the
Baseball
blanking
St. Charles chalked
more shutout victories
Summer High School
League last week by
Rosary, 4-0 and 3-0.
nition was Jim Allen, who had
been named earlier in the
Spring as winner of the Agonis
Club athlete-scholar award for
excelling in sports and class
room work.
The Cardinal baseball squad
was paid special tribute for win
ning the Metro League. Central
District Class AA and Northwest
Regional championships.
Awarded letters were:
BASEBAIiL: Larry Sopko, Er
nie DeMatteis, Tom Austin, Steve
Scherer, Jim Allen, Mike Mc
Donald, Tom Hoffman, Matt How
ard, Bob Koerner, Fred Black
burn, John Sauter, Alex Lay
mon, Jim Kloman, Dick Dickas,
Joe Bossetti, Duane Davies, Dan
Wiles and Mike Sweeney.
In
Tuesday—Tigers vs. Dodgers
Wednesday Indians vs. Braves
Thursday Yankees vs. Reds.
TRACK: Phil Baehr, Dave Dor
wood, John
phy, Tom
Schorr, Bob
ster, Terry
and George
Have Small Fry Grid Team?
They Have a Bowl for It
BRYAN, Tex. (NC) Got a bunch of small fry
around the neighborhood who like to play football?
If you do, they have a chance to play in the “biggest
little” bowl game of them all, the National Milk Bowl on
Dec. 14 in the Alamo Stadium in San Antonio. It’s the
annual football Classic for small-1
fry elevens.
Moskus. Jack Mur
Rohrenbeck, Dick
Telerski, Jim Web
Welch, Pat Donely,
Hughes.
GOLF Bob Bettendorf, Vince
Shantz, Charles Maloney, Bob
composed of 30 players, will (be
chosen from the U.S. or Canada.
The youngsters will get a free
trip to the Alamo, a ranch holi
day and a visit to nearby Mexico.
In four years of participation
Catholic school teams have won
two and lost two games. The re
sults were: 1952, Boys Town,
Nebr., 0, Houston Variety Club,
28 1954. St. Joseph’s School, Den
ver, Colo., 13, St. Luke’s Metho
dist Church, Houston, 0 1955,
Presentation School, Denver, 10,
Oak Cliff Ponies, Dallas, 0 1056,
Notre Dame Academy, Kerrville,
Tex., 6, McKeesport Midgets, Mc
Keesport. Pa., 45.
This year may be the one for
a
Catholic team to break
a
queen contest, a parade, visiting
celebrities, half-time ceremonials
and an awards banquet after the
game. In addition this year’s
game will be telecast live across
the nation.
The visiting team to be select
ed for the Milk Bowl will face
the challenge of the “best” small
fry team in Texas, which is se
lected by a process of elimina
tion. The out-of-state team, to be
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the garage area for race drives, mechanics
and others taking part behind the scenes.
Father Lindemann is pastor of St. Chris
topher's Church in Speedway City, which
is appropriately named for the patron of
travellers. (NC Potos.)
65 Letters Awarded, Special
Tribute Paid At St. Charles
Sixty-five letters were awarded last week to St. Charles
athletes who participated in various Winter and Spring
sports activities.
During the assembly, Ernie “Butch” DeMatteis and
Jack Murphy were named winners of the Babe Ruth sports-
manship award.
Singled out for special recog­
Dodd, Matt Howard and Mike
Sullivan.
SWIMMING: Steve Igel, John
Connor, Dick Scott, Dave Wallen
berg, Jim Ryan, Jack Murphy,
Mike Harris and Dick Schorr.
BASKETBALL: Jim Allen,
Rick Baumann, Packard Schee
ran, Dan Connor, Lou Martin,
Jorry Morris, Tom Ryan, Her
man Knapp, George Vargo, Bob
Koerner and Charlie Keys.
TENNIS: Bill Wegner, Tom
Ryan, Fred Gottemoeller, Eddie
Joyce. John Guzzo, Ed Ferris and
John Davis.
the
stalemate. Coaches are requested
to send data on their teams
to Harry Evons, National Com
missioner, The National Milk
Bowl, 808 Majestic Building, San
Antonio, Tex.
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ap­
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not have.
There are pregame parties,
501 Eaton Avenue
MANAGERS: Bill Eckstein,
Letters Awarded
New Lexington
St. APs Athletes
NEW LEXINGTON Letters
were awarded to the following
athletes at a recent St. Aloysius
all-sports banquet held here:
FOOTBALL Dick Nash, Ron
nie Harris, Doug Dunkle, Larry
Nash, Bob Stiff. Bill Wolfe, Dan
Saunders, Bruce Smith, George
Horn, Virgil Smith and Mike
Ttpshnm
BASKETBALL Pat A11 e n,
George Horn, Ed Kinsel, Doug
Dunkle, Larry Nash. Ronnie Har
ris, Dick Metzger, John Koontz
and Mike McTague.
TRACK George Horn, Pat
Allen, Dick Nash, Ed Kinsel,
Larry Nash, Don Maroon, Bill
Wolfe, Bob Stiff, Ronnie Harris,
John Koontz, Mike McTague,
Mike Beshara.
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