Thursday, November 17, 1949
ScL oolof? ^)ancinq
Is Now Located At
19% Noble Rd
Oppoalt* Nela Park
CLASS for 7th and 8th
Grade Girls and Boys
7:15 to 8:15 Thursday*
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BOL RENDLESHM-GL 2267
FURNISHED sleeping room, front, re
fined man or woman. Euclid-Taylor
section. PO. 7476._____________
NEWLY furnished room with garage.
ROOM for rent, good bed. clean, quiet.
15411 School off 152nd st.
ROOM and board for gentleman. Call
CLEAN, pleasant room for lady:
kitchen privileges. Woodworth-Coit
section. $7 week. MU. 1182.
ROOM, gentleman, modern, next to
bath, use of telephone, Euclid express
bus. Call IV. 6337 after 4:35 week
days. Sunday aft e rn oon.__________
NEATLY furnished bedroom for gentle
man. 15322 Daniel off 152nd st.
COMFORTABLE sleeping roorrp pri
vate entrance, corner Lake Shore and
East 156th st. IV. 5527.
FURNISHED room for lady or gentle
man, kitchen and laundry privileges,
near Eaton Axle, 13900 Deise ave.
HALL for any occasion. Call KE. 9710.
WARM room, 1 or 2 business women,
near Euclid breakfast optional. Call
2 WARM sleeping rooms for gentlemen,
private home. 18003 Harland ave.
SLEEPING room, call GL. 3770, 15757
FURNISHED two room suite, private
entrance, quiet adult. 953 East 147 st.
COLLINWOOD MOOSE LODGE #117
FOR MEMBERS AND THEIR
9:00 P. M.
AT THE CLUB ROOMS
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669 Eastz 185th St. KEnmore 0431
BODY BUILDING. REDUCING,
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EXERCISES, LIGHT TREATMENT
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Hours 10 A. M. to 9 P.
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Candied Sweet Potatoes
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Hot Mlnre Meal Pie
Pumpkin Pie with Whipped Cream
Frosh Apple Pie
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DAVID'S LOAN CO.
East 152nd Street GLenville 82B7
RESERVATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED
Lake Shore Blvd, at East 222nd St.
For Reservations Call RE. 1800
ROOM for employed couple or em
ployed middle aged woman, bath,
kitchen, laundry privileges, 802 Way
__ide ave. IV. 1282.___________________
VERY warm house trailer located in
Van’s Trailer Camp, 28414 Euclid ave.
or call IV. 3153.___________________
IDEAL location for lunch room, on tri
angle St. Clair-Neff rd. and Chardon
rd. House trailer available to live in.
ROOM, cooking privilege, clean, for
gentleman. 15942 Whitcomb rd. near
SLEPING room for young lady or
young man, 734 East_155th st^down^
LAKE Shore. East 151 st. room for em
ployed person kitchen, washing priv
ilege KE 0776.____________________
SMALL room for working girl or
women, laundrv and kitchen privil
ege s._ U._6739.
ROOM furnished, 13612 Coit rd.
COLLINWOOD, 1? duplex, 6 lovely
rooms, garage, December 1st, adults
only. Box K. 814 _E_152_st
NICE clean room for clean sober
gentleman.524 E. 152 st.
SLEEPING room with garage, for
gen11emarr_ 19430 Renwood. IV. 676JL
NICE-clean sleeping room for gentle
man, private entrance, lavatory $5
_a week. PO. 7040, 696 E. 160 st
EAST 123 434 off St. Clair for one
or two men. bedroom, kitchen and
bath $7. each. UL. 1-2826.
SLEEPING room in private home.
young lady or gentleman. St. Joseph’s
Partsh. Cal 1_ L1. 8479.
NEAR Five Points. 3 furnished rooms.
Girl preferred. LI. 4073.
A Lot of Money For
Maternity Clothes .. You Can
Rent What You Need
13937 EUCLID AVE. Lt 2265
2 Doors East of Winf-A-Meer Theatre
FURNISHED room for 1 or 2 girls,
18305 Neff rd. between 185th and
Lake Shore. KE. 6923_____________
LARGE pleasant room in new private
home for one or two men, twin beds
if preferred: convenient to transpor
tation and restaurant beach and club
privileges in season. RE. _2368_
SLEEP LNG~room for gentleman, pri
vate entrance. 1090 East 222nd st.
CLEAN warm room, near Addresso
graph. Tapco garage available,
gentleman. RE 1989._____________
MOTHER and son will share privileges
of Euclid home with one employed
adult. KE. 1620 after 5:30 p. m.
LOVELY living room, twin bedroom,
two men or employed couple, garage
available._ RE._ 1' 18f *._________
TWO pleasant rooms for one or two
business women, in East Cleveland,
just-off Euclid ave.,_GL. 8277.____
2~ROOMS for light housekeeping: tce
iess: child welcome. 919 East 141st st.
FURNISHED room, 17724 Grovewood
ave. KE. 6719.
5~ ROOMS unfurnished, no children
call MUlberrv 0166 after 6:3n n. m.
HOUSEKEEPING room for one person,
14731 Aspinwall ave.
SLEEPING room, large clean, twin
beds, two gentlemen LI. 5244, 840
East 150th st._______________________
SLEEPING room for gentleman near
Eaton Axle. LI. 4319. 14100 Jenne ave.
SINGLE li'rht housekeeping room and
_garage. 867 East 150th IV. 6594
LOVELY sleeping room, private bath,
dressing room, good transportation.
PO 2563. evenings.
TWO rooms furnished, iceless. Em
ployed man and wife only. 929 East
_J46th st.________ ____________________
6 ROOM house. 3 bedrooms, in Euclid.
$100 a month, near school and shop
ping center, off East 185th st. Call
SLEEPING room for gentleman, call
after 6 n. m. 873 East 144th st. PO.
CLEAN warm room near Euclid Beach
_Park. IV. 0623.
2 ROOMS for light housekeeping, ice
less child welcome. 868 East_149th.
SLEEPING room for two, own kitchen
and basement, first house off St.
Clair. MU. 8867.
2 BEDROOMS to 2 ladies, near Euclid
earline. _Wadena ave. GA. 8029.
LARGE room for 1 or 2. near bus line,
private home. 319 East 197th st. KE.
LOVELY room off East 2-22nd st., with
privileges, near bus line. RE. 6416.
ROOJA for employed business woman
or teacher._private home, RE. 0462.
LARGE front bedroom with radio for
sober gentleman, 18702 St. Clair ave.
K E. 8283^___________ __________
ALVASON rd.. 1838, pleasant room,
convenient- bus and cars. LI. 0388.
HOUSEKEEPING room. Close to street
car line and bus._KE. 4479.
3 ROOM furnished apartment, cheer
ful. clean 3rd floor garage. Call IV.
EAST 185th and Lake Shore blvd.,
room in private family. KE. 0276.
BEAUTY salon. Hayden off St. Clair,
good equipment, fine location, heat
furnished, reasonable rent. By owner.
MU 5192. _______
HIGHEST prices paid for scrap furn
aces and metal. Mike* Trucking.
RUMMAGE sale November 19 at 15020
Aspinwall bv UCUS Reading Book.
SPECIAL sale Saturday night Novem
ber 19 at 15020 Aspinwall by North
St. Clair Women.
RUMMAGE ‘•■ale November 21. 22. 23
at 15020 Aspinwall by Community
RUMMAGE sale November 25 at 15020
Aspinwall by Junior Mothers Club.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles F.
Brow, 1849 Windermere, a boy,
Robert Charles, November 2nd.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles T.
Tamoney, 1611 Elsinore st., a girl,
Julia Mary, November 2nd.
Bora to Mr. and Mrs. George K.
Driscole, 1205 North Lockwood, a
boy, Ralph Kent, November 3rd.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Stephan E.
Vican, sr., 1834 Marloes ave., a
boy, Wayne Anthony, November
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
To Down B-W
This Saturday afternoon, Nov
ember 19, at 2:00 p. m., the John
Carroll Blue Streaks meet the Yel
low Jackets of Baldwin-Wallace
Cleveland Stadium in
the 1949 sea-
Eisele of the
game, Coach Herb
Blue Streaks will be depending on
the rugged line play of East Cleve
landers Vince Taddeo and Mario
Alemagno to help stop the Jack
ets* flashing offense.
A 1947 graduate of Shaw high
school, where he won two letters
as a tackle on the football team,
Alemagno, who lives at 1511 Lake
front ave., helped spark last year’s
freshman team to a successful sea
son. During the spring Coach Eis
ele switched the 200-lb. Italian lad
to guard in an effort to bolster the
center of the Streaks’ forward
wall, and Mario has been a regu
lar starter at the position all
Taddeo, who resides at 1846 Pen
rose ave., graduated from Shaw
High School in January of 1948
after winning three varsity foot
ball letters. As a result of his stel
lar play in the 1948 season he was
named to the All-Lake Erie League
team as well as to the AU-Schol
team as well as to the All-School-
Joining Alemagno on Carroll’s
frosh team. Taddeo was one of the
outstanding linemen. When spring
practice rolled around, the 215-lb.
stalwart moved up to the varsity
with apparent ease. Playing the
center of a five-man defensive line,
Vince has also been a regular from
John Carroll University officials
have announced a new ticket ar
rangement for the Streaks’ game
with B-W. All seats in the lower
deck formerly reserved at $1.50
each will now sell for the general
admission price of $1.00. They are
now on sale at Richman Brothers,
Euclid ave. store and at the uni
versity ticket office. They can also
be purchased at the gate on the
day of the game.
Children of high school age and
under may obtain admission by
purchase of a 25 cent ticket now
on sale at most of the local high
schools and at John Carroll. This
ticket will not be sold at the gate.
This game should be one of the
outstanding local collegiate games
of the year and East Clevelanders
are urged to come out to see these
former Shaw Stars perform.
TOT AT. FIRST DOWNS ...
Passing 0 2
Penalties 0 1
NET YARDS RUSHING _...164 186
Yards lost 41 14
NET YARDS PASSING
BY .................. 3 2
NUMBER OF POINTS 8 4
RETURNED ____________ 84 103
Punts 48 71
Kickoffs 36 32
FUMBLES............ ..... 1 5
Ball lost. 1 3
NUMBER OF PENALTIES
YARDS LOST ON
PENALTIES __________ 80 45
By Bob Keefer
Let’s consider, then, the most im
portant items which Coach Ralph
Patton and his assistants had to
contend with in preparing the
Shaw team for a ganie with one
of the nine opponents this season’s
schedule included. Scouting, in
these days -of modern football, has
became an integral part of the
complicated grid game. The larger
colleges and universities spend con
siderable time and money in col
lecting helpful data on each op
ponent before meeting that team
on the gridiron. Every phase of
the opposition’s game is carefully
charted and studied as a vital part
of the pre-game preparation. The
bulk of Shaw’s scouting is done by
Phil Worcester and George Huxel,
who coach the Kirk football squad,
and Wayne Caroff, one of Shaw’s
assistant coaches. “Bud” McGraw
also draws an occasional scouting
chore but the majority of his time
is spent in coaching the Shaw
sophomore team, a difficult task
which he performs very capably.
Coach Patton assigns them to
watch a future opponent on the
Cardinal Schedule, at least two,
and sometimes three, teams being
covered each week end. All Lake
Erie League opponents are scouted
at least twice before they are met
and the material the scouts record
is then consolidated. These eagle-
eyed “spies” must look for the of
fensive and defensive setups used
the formations used on punts and
kickoffs weights and game habits
of the team personnel pet plays
and “tipoffs” on the direction or
type of play used various pass
patterns defensive weaknesses the
best backs and how each runs. All
this data naturally requires a lot
of time and painstaking effort but
the information is invaluable.
On each Sunday night preceding
a game, the entire six-man coach
ing staff meets at the school where
the scouting reports are carefully
studied and discussed. Diagrams
of offensive and defense patterns
are put on the blackboard and each
scout is quizzed by Coach Patton
on all phases of the opponent’s
game. After a two-hour discus
sion, the plans for that week’s
practice sessions are then made.
Monday’s practice session begins
at 3:30 proceeded by a short meet
ing of the coaching staff to out
line the procedure to be followed
during the week’s drills. This prac
tice period is usually the longest
one of the week, lasting at least
two hours. On Mondays, special
attention is given to those boys
who received injuries during the
previous game, with tape, heat
lamps, etc. being used where
needed. There is usually very little
contact work in this initial work
out, stress being placed on of
fense, new plays and the mistakes
made in the last game.
Tuesday’s practice usually con
sists of a scrimmage with the third
team or sophomore squad setting
up the defense to be used by the
opposition. That night Coach Pat
ton and Aitken begin the arduous
task of reviewing the moving pic
tures of the previous game. Under
a new plan adopted by Mr. Patton,
every boy who took part is graded
on his offensive performance on
two counts technique and exe
cution. This system was insti
gated by Sid Gilman, present
coach at the University of Cin
cinnati, who gave birth to the idea
while coaching at Miami and 'later
put it into practice at Army. Each
‘play of the game is reviewed three
times for each player participating
in the play—a total of 33 times per
play. “Technique” is judged on a
player’s stance, approach, contact
and follow-through in making a
block while “Execution” determines
whether or not the block was suc
cessful. In each instance, a maxi
mum of two points is awarded on
every play with one point being
credited for a fair performance
and none for a poor one. Since
there are an average of 45 plays,
a total of twelve hours is required
to review each contest and Coaches
Patton and Aitken do a half each
night, Tuesday and Wednesday,
staying up until the early morning
hours to complete the task.
Wednesday’s drill is usually pre
ceded by showing the movies to
the entire squad. This is a very
popular session with the boys who
are anxious to see how they per
formed—the results are often em
barrassing, however. The second
portion of the mid-week workout
is devoted to a dummy scrimmage.
The Thursday practice period is
“Grandstand coaching” has al
ways been a favorite pastime of
football fans and this season has
been no exception, especially here
in East Cleveland. Most avid grid
followers feel that, in purchasing
a ticket, they inherit the privilege
•of directing the strategic maneu
vers of their favorite team and
they exercise that self-given right
from their advantageous position
in the stands where generalship is
at a minimum. I readily agree that
it is a natural tendency to, “second
guess’ the strategy used by a coach
or quarterback but most of these
unofficial taskmasters are com
pletely unaware of the 1001 de
tails which confronts a coaching
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spent in brushing up on defense
and pass protection, punting, kick
off formations and a short signal
drill. The charts on the data com
pilefl from the movies are also
posted for the boys’ scrutiny and
individual criticism is meted out
by Coach Patton. Since the pro
cedure which is followed on the
night of a game has already been
pointed out in a previous issue,
repetition is unnecessary.
However, it is quite apparent
that a football coach’s week is a
long exhausting “nightmare” of,
hard work and worry. The coach
ing staff never gets home for din
ner until almost seven o’clock dur
ing the week, they must stay up
late at night to take care of paper
work and their sleep is always
interrupted by dreams of trick
plays, high-scoring games, crip
pling injuries etc. The Shaw team
has had more than its share of
bad breaks this year with an un
usually large injury list as the
No. 1 nemesi*. A tough schedule
and lack of experience and depth
are other factors which have con
tributed to a dismal season. I can
assure you that the Cardinal coach
ing staff has put forth a lot of
time and hard work in a desperate
attempt to produce a winning team.
No one appreciates a victory any
more than the boys and the coaches
and no one feels worse about los
ing than they do. Defeat is doubly
hard to take when their followers
give up on them—especially when
such treatment is undeserved.
There is more to pointing your
camera at a beautiful scene than
meets the eye if you want a
really candid motion picture. Take
that from Austen West who will
give an example of his technique
on the ‘Round the World Edven
ture Series’ at Masonic Auditorium
November 20, when he offers his
new color film “Enchanting
Mr. West will show a cross
section of the exciting and excit
able people of La Belle France.
The picture starts in Paris. Mr.
West makes dramatic play among
the famous gargoyles of the Ca
thedral of Notre Dame. From there
on, a succession of thrills. Paris,
from the Seine on a boat. Life on
the banks of the river where
Parisians fish, sleep, make love
and browse among the famous book
From the river the camera
weaves its way through the Paris
of the Grand Boulevard, the Place
de 1’Opera. the Place Vendome, the
Louvre, the Luxembourg Gardens,
the Place de la Concord, the
Champs Elysees, the Invalides.
Then Brittany, the Riviera,
Mont* Carlo, Switzerland.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Carl E.
Evans, 721 Rosedale ave., a girl,
Deborah Lynn, November 8th.
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Charles J. Moses
Word has been received here of
the death in Dayton on November
15th of Charley J. Moses, who was
born and reared in Collinwood.
He was the son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. John E. Moses, 842
East 152nd st.
In his early life Mr. Moses was
employed with the New York Cen
tral Railroad and later operated
an automobile sales agency at
Nottingham and St. Clair ave
The family resided in East Cleve
land prior to their removal to
Dayton. He was active in Masonic
Mr. Moses ia survived by his
wife. Sadie W., his daughter, Mrs
Bernice M. Bard, and grand
Friends may call at 13136 Eu
clid ave. where services will be
held Friday at 2 p. m.
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