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6 THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, June 21, 1957
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the Northwest Regional crown
and came through with an un
beaten Metro League record for
the second straight year to cap
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In winning the regional, St.
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battle, the Cardinals lost a
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Seasoning and Coaching, Key
To St, Charles Baseball Success
St. Charles posted a 21-5 record during the past base
ball season, best of any school in Central Ohio.
Along the way, Coach Jack Ryan’s Cardinals picked up
three trophies to add to their well-stocked collection. The
E. Broad St. school won the Central District Class AA title,
heart-breaker in 10 Innings, 3-1.
One might remark “so what,
St. Charles just happened to have
a good year.”
However, those who follow
sports closely know that this is
practically an annual perform
ance by Coach Ryan’s Cardinals.
Every year, Jack fields a
strong, potential championship
team. St. Charles has been in
the Central District tournament
five times in the last 10 years.
It’s rare when St. Charles doesn’t
pick up at least one baseball
trophy each year.
The Cardinals always ora ox
citing to watch becauso of their
daring base-running. If a play
er ever gets on base, odds are
he'll score, even without tho
Ernie DeMattei*
benefit of a hit. They do every
thing but steal first base.
With a school enrollment of
less than 350, the showing of St.
Charles becomes all the more sig
nificant.
Because of his success, Ryan is
often praised by sportswriters
and fellow coaches.
But how does it happen?
One of the basic reasons
why St. Charles fields a strong
baseball club yearly is that its
players are seasoned. They get
plenty of experience and ac
cumulate a "baseball sense."
This they get in Summer base
ball leagues. In commenting on
St. Charles’ qualification for the
regional title, one Columbus
sportswriter said:
“Benefits of Little League,
Babe Ruth, American legion and
other forms of kid baseball are
beginning to show in high school
play.”
Anyone connected with the
diamond sport will be quick to
say that seasoning gained in
Summer leagues is invaluable to
an aspiring high school and even
college baseball players.
Then, when a school estab
lishes a reputation for success
in a certain sport, top players
naturally will be influenced to
enter that school.
One such player was Jim
O'Neill, who played from 1944
48. Jim started out early. In
elementary school, he could
always be seen during recess
periods and noon hours with
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a ball in his hand or whizzing
it past would-be home run hit
ters.
When he entered St. Charles,
he was a pretty fair ball player.
Under the guidance of Jack Ryan
and his assistants, he blossomed
into just about the best pitcher
in the city, although Earl Davis
of Linden McKinley was a strong
contender for the same honor.
In Summer league competi
tion, St. Charles squads won sev
eral championships, mainly, but
not entirely, on the strong-arm
of O’Neill.
In his senior year, O’Neill had
a blazing fast ball and a beautiful
curve ball. Oftentimes, opposing
batters would crumple to the
ground when they saw a pitched
ball of O’Neill’s coming straight
to them only to be astonished to
hear the umpire call a strike as
the ball broke over the plate.
O'Neill went to Holy Crow
College where ho established
quite a record for himself. In
his senior year, he led Holy
Cross to the intercollegiate
"World Series" title by winning
three of the team's four vic
tories in the series. No other
pitcher has ever matched that
performance.
He later was named to the
All-American baseball squad.
This is only one example of
an athlete who developed into
an outstanding baseball player
through experience and Jack
Ryan’s coaching.
Others include: Page Heise,
Ronnie Hord, Joe Rotunda, Jim
Mulby, Tony Yoli, Howard Davies,
and this past year, Ernie “Butch”
DeMatteis.
DeMatteis was the key to St.
Charles good diamond fortunes
this past season. As a hurler,
he was one of the best in Cen
tral Ohio. He won every tour
nament game but one as St.
Charles fought into the State
finals.
DeMatteis also was tough at
the plate as was teammate Larry
Sopko.
But hitting was one of St.
Charles’ weakness as Ryan him
self readily admitted. A little
more support at the plate and
St. Charles, paced by DeMatteis
on the mound, could have gone
all the way for State honors.
How about next year? St.
Charles opened its Summer
league campaign by winning four
games all shutouts.
Jets Open Series
Against Buffalo
Tonight At Home
The Columbus Jets, who are
striving for a berth in the first
division of this year’s rough In
ternational League race, opens a
five-game series with Buffalo in
the W. Mound St. Stadium Friday
night.
The Jets, who have shown great
improvement in the last two
weeks, will battle the Bison? Sat
urday night and in a double
header Sunday. The series closes
with a single game Monday night.
The Jets then will travel to
Mcntreal for a five game set and
will return home on July 2 to
open a four-game series against
Havana.
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Basic Training For Raniesis
Reunited with his mother in the Bronx Children's Zoo,
New York, is Ramesis XVIII, after a hard day of basic
training for his role as Fordham University's mascot.
With the happy pair is headkeeper Ed Hagle, a junior
from Hood River, Oregon. The ramlet, less than seven
weeks old, spends days on the Fordham campus, and is
headed zoo-ward at 4 p.m., when Mom takes over in the
domestic arts. Ramesis XVIII is first in line to be honored
with the royal title while still in his youth. (NC Photos)
John Callahan Is Winner
Of Ajjonis Award At Newark
NEWARK John Callahan, who for three years, star
ed for St. Francis’ basketball teams and who also excelled
in his studies, was named winner of a student-athlete award
presented at the Newark Agonis Club banquet last week.
Given similar awards at the fete were Fred Pryor of
Newark Public High and Johnny
Price of Summit Station.
St. Francis Coach Walter
Reid told the gathering that
Callahan maintained an 85.4
scholastic average in high
school.
He was a member of two of
St. Francis’ district champion
ship basketball teams. He was
twice picked for the first string
All-Central Catholic League cage
team.
Callahan played three years
St. Charles
Shares Lead
In High Loop
St. Charles finds itself in a
three-way tie for the lead in the
Summer High School Baseball
league as a result of loop action
last week.
Th* Cardinal* and Grov*
City, both previously unbeaten,
split in a crucial series while
Upper Arlington swept a twin
bill. All three share th* top
rung with 5-1 records.
St. Charles lost the opener to
Grove City, 5-1. but came back
and took a 4-3 decision in six in
nings behind the combined one
hit hurling performances of Bob
Koerner and Fred Blackburn. Ar
lington defeated Lancaster, 4-2
and 16-4.
Meanwhile, Rosary split in a
double-header with Eastmoor.
The Crusaders triumphed in the
opener, 10-4, but dropped the sec
ond game by a 4-2 verdict.
The Plain City at North and
Watterson at Grandview games
were postponed.
JVD Nine Loses
In College Series
OMAHA, Neb. Notre Dame
was eliminated in the semi-finals
of the NCAA College World Ser
ies when the Fighting Irish were
edged out by Penn State, 5-4, last
week.
The Irish earned the right to
meet Penn State by defeating
Texas, 9-0. Earlier, Notra Dame
had dropped a 13 3 decision to
Iowa State and had trounced Col
orado State, 23 2, in the double
elimination tourney. The Irish
closed their season with a 16-10
record.
The title was won by California
which blanked Penn State, 1-0.
The Golden Bears previously had
beaten Penn State* 8-0. These
were the only two losses suffered
by Penn State in 24 games. Cali
fornia ended it s eason with a 36
10 record.
Little Leaguers Play
Third Set Next Week
The St. Mary Magdalene Little
Leaguers will play their third set
of baseball games at the school
next week. Games start at 6:15
p.m. The schedule.
Tuesday—Indians vs. Yankees
Wednesday, Dodgers vs. Reds
Thursday. Braves vs. Tigers.
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of varsity basketball and always
was among the top four scorers.
The cage star, who is plan
ning to attend Notre Dame or
St. Joseph College in Indiana,
also was president of his class
for his four high school years.
Johnny Brickels, athletic direc
tor at Miami University at Ox
ford, advised the award winners
that the trophies they had receiv
ed mark the beginning for them
and that they should not rest on
their past performances.
The former Newark High ath
lete urged the winners “to be
leaders and think what school has
done for you, not what you have
done for the school.”
Father Richard Grosser of
Blessed Sacrament Church gave
the invocation at the banquet.
Requiem Offered
For Former Grid
Coach at Boston
NEWTON, Mass., (NC) Mass
has been offered Sacred Heart
church for Dennis (Denny) E.
Myers, 51, former head football
coach at Boston College, who
died recently at his home here
after a heart attack.
Successor to Frank Leahy as
coach at Boston College. Mr. My
ers piloted the team for seven
seasons, retiring from football
coaching in 1950. Two years ago
he suffered a paralytic stroke,
but made a remarkable recovery.
Mr. Myers overall record at
Boston College was 35 won, 27
lost and 4 tied. His 1942 team
played in the Orange Bowl, but
lost to Alabama, 37 to 21.
Burial was in Ironton, Ohio,
the hometown of his wife. Mrs.
Myers and two daughters survive
him.
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