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East Cleveland leader. [volume] (East Cleveland, Ohio) 1942-1970, December 15, 1949, Image 4

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Confident Cards Journey
To Shaker Friday Alter
Drubbing Rangers 77-44
By Bob Keefer
Shaw’s sharpshooting eagers will
have their sights trained on their
second Lake Erie League victory
when they visit the Shaker Heights
court tomorrow night. The Cardi
nals, their confidence restored by
last week’s decisive win over Lake
wood, will be favored to defeat the
Red Raiders who have lost both of
their games to date. The host five
dropped a 45-40 decision to Glen
ville in their season opener and
were on the short end of a 43-34
score against Lorain last Friday.
Coach Fred Heinlen’s basketeers
lack experience this season, Dick
Danka, 6 ft. 4 in. center, being the
only returning letterman. Most of
the varsity squad saw very little
action last year and are therefore
too green to play consistently good
basketball until they have a few
games under their belt. Danka
pairs with Jim Brown to form
the guard dua, Frank Leonetti
holds down the first-string center
spot and Don Kirk and John Har
well are the starting forwards.
John Wilharm, a lanky left-hander
up from last year’s JV squad, is
being groomed to replace Danka,
who graduates next month, and
will see considerable action against
the local quintet. Shaw will be
idle for two weeks after tomorrow
night’s contest, returning to action
on December 29th, when they travel
to Lima, Ohio for a holiday double
header against Lima Central and
Cincinnati Western Hills on suc
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
“horrible mistake”, the Cardinal
eagers drubbed Lakewood, 77-44,
in the Lake Erie League opener for
both teams at Shaw last Friday.
Paced by Dick Fort, who poured in
26 points, the Wisecupmen had an
easy time with the defending cham
pions. Reversing their procedure
from that in the season opener
when they just couldn’t connect,
the Black and Red hardwooders dis
played consistent accuracy from
every part of the court, making
good on 28 of their 72 shots. Fort
tied his personal scoring mark of
26 which he established in tourna
ment play last season and played
the best game of his high school
career. The Lakewood defense just
couldn’t stop him as he connected
on long shots, lay-ups and one
handed push shots in addition to
playing his usual defensive game.
Eleven of his points came in the
first quarter and his total output
would have been higher if he hadn’t
left the game for part of the third
period to retire to the locker room
for treatment of a blistered foot.
Wisecup Clears Bench
The Cardinals took a 22-10 lead
at the first quarter and widened
the gap to 35-15 at halftime. The
local five continued their accurate
shooting in the third stanza by
adding 20 more points to take a
55-29 command going into the
final period. Coach W’isecup used
his entire 12-man squad in the
fourth canto and the second
stringers played the scrappy
Rangers on even terms.
Forward Dick Henderson netted
12 of his 14 points in the first
half to mark the second straight
game in which he tallied only two
points in the second half. Junior
Duane Gerasimos, who dumped in
ten markers, and Tom Meinhardt
performed very capably at the
guard spots while Al Gray, the
shortest man on the squad, at 5 ft.
8 in., repeatedly out-jumped his
taller opponents on rebounds. Their
overall performance in their league
debut stamped the Cardinals as a
likely successor to the crown held
by Lakewood with Heights and
Lorain expected to furnish the
strongest opposition. The league
definitely better balanced than last
season when the Rangers domi
nated the circuit by going unde
feated in league competition.
Elyria with two lettermen back
from last year’s weak team, showed
surprising strength by dumping
Heights, 51-45. The Pioneers’ start
ing five averages 6 ft. 2 in. and
their backboard work is brilliant.
The Shaw JV’s also chalked up
an impressive victory, doubling the
score on the visiting sophomores,
40-20. Center Tony Gilberto, who
played an aggressive game, took
scoring honors with 17 points. He
was especially busy at the foul
line
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East Cleveland Has
Its Evergreen Bowl
Pasadena can have its Rose Bowl,
Miami its Orange Bowl. East Cleve
land has its Evergreen Bowl at
14811 Shaw ave., coached by two
stalwarts from the Shaw teaching
staff, Bob Louis, faculty manager,
and Milt Niergarth, director of
the band, who again have teamed
up for their annual Christmas tree
line-up.
Tackling the selling end of some
400 spruce and pine is their ulti
mate goal before December 25.
Gates at the field, which during
off-seasons substitutes as Carmen
Bill’s Driving Range, are open
daily. Floodlights are on ’til 11 p.
m. and spectators, both from the
student body and adult section, will
be given three rousing cheers.
CHURCH LEAGUE
Epworth-Euclid Methodist eag
ers went on a scoring spree Tues
day night, piling up a 66-21 vic
tory over Wilson avenue Methodist
to highlight the three game, East
Cleveland “Y” Church basketball
league card at Parkwood-Ashbury
Church gym.
In other games, Euclid avenue
Christian turned back First Pres
byterian, 27-13 while Parkwood
Ashbury defeated Windermere
Methodist, 28-18.
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PRESS PHOTOGRAPHER BLD NASH caught the :bove bit of
action early in the game as Shaw overwhelmed Lakewood last Friday
on the Cardinals’ court. Dick Henderson (14) of Shaw attempts a
shot as Dick Nosky (15) of Lake wood tries to block the shot. Number
4 is Don Sexton of Shaw. Number 12 is Conrad Olsen of Lakewood
and Number 5 is Tom Meinhart of Shaw. Jumping for the ball behind
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first time in a cycle the holidays
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