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Thursday, December 22, 1949
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So That Our Loyal Employees May Enjoy a Well-Deserved
Holiday, We WILL BE CLOSED Saturday, Sunday and
Monday, December 24th, 25th and 26th.
Merry Christmas To All!
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Shaker 6b 29
By Bob Keefer
Shaw’ rampaging eagers really
shifted into “high gear” when they
drubbed a completely outclassed
Shaker quintet, 61-29, for their
second straight Lake Erie League
victory and their third win since
dropping the season opener to Coll
inwood.
The Cardinals completely domi
nated the play throughout the con
test with their defense clicking to
perfection in the first half when
they held the Red Raiders without
a field goal.
Center Dick Fort, who is develop
ing into one of Shaw’s all-time
cage greats, connected for 22 points
to bring his four-game total to 69
for an average of 17.1 per game.
Forward Dick Henderson, a scrappy
senior with a terrific amount of
energy, potted 21 markers to bring
his four-game total to 51 points.
The local basketeers held a 14-2
lead at the end of the first quarter
and increased the margin to a com
manding 29-7 margin at halftime.
The Cardinals poured in 22 points
in the third period to take a 51-18
lead before Coach Wisecup cleared
the bench of substitutes. Fort’s
total would have been even higher
had he not been forced to leave
the game on fouls with one minute
left in the third stanza.
Seventeen of Shaker’s 29 points
were scored from the foul line
with Center Dick Danka connect
ing for five straight charity tosses
before missing. Henderson was
even more adept on his free throw
attempts, splitting the meshes for
seven in a row.
The East Clevelanders’ only glar
ing weakness after four games is
in their reserve strength but the
second stringers are improving
with experience and should be able
to perform adequately after they
have seen a little more action.
Tom Meinhardt and Duane Gera
simos are coming along nicely at
the guard positions and are learn
ing rapidly to control the ball on
rebounds.
Offensively, the Cardinals leave
little to be desired as their present
average of 54.3 points per game
will attest. They will be idle this
week, returning to action on De
cember 29, when they will travel
to Lima, Ohio to meet Lima Central
and Cincinnati Western Hills on
successive nights. More informa
tion on these two new opponents
on the Shaw cage schedule will be
forthcoming next week.
The Shaw JV’s will not play
again until January 6, when they
meet the Lorain JV’s in a prelimi
nary game to the Shaw-Varsity
game. The local sophomore quintet
has also won three straight since
dropping their opening game with
Collinwood.
Flashes Beat
Koenigs Sr
Diamond's Men Shop tied last
week’s new scoring record last
night by scoring 61 points against
Nela Park GE team. Feisley kept
GE in the game with 13 points.
Bob Kelly, captain of Diamond’s,
found the mark for 24 points and
was assisted by Bud Boylan, who
scored 12 and Frank Noble, who
made 11.
Al Ziehm’s threatened Ander
son Springs Co. (formerly Pain
ton’s) by holding them to a 15-15
tie at half time. Anderson’s high
scorers, Kavannaugh and Knapp,
were held to 14 and 10 points, re
spectfully but Andersons scored
33 points in the last half to de
f-e a Zeihms, 48-32. Kwiram,
Zeihms, center, was “off” last
night, although he lead his team
with 8 points.
The evening's excitement was
provided by Calvary Church and
Dyke Spencerian school. These
two teams played a well matched
game which made the spectators
feel they were watching ping pong
in the last few minutes by thf
baskets being scored at opposite
goals. Both teams scored furious
ly in the last three minutes but
when time ran out, the score was
tied, 40 all. 13oth teams made 4
points during the over-time period
but it was Paliwoda, whose fou
shot broke the tie and won the
game for Spencerian, 45-44. Herl
Honrath, last year’s high scorer
scored 12 for Calvary while Nich
ols lead Dyke with 17 points.
The Fenn Flashes further proved
themselves contenders by easily
out distancing Koenig’s Sport
Goods, 45-32. Koenigs n e v e i
threatened the Flashes lead. Dick
Clucas lead Koenigs scoring with
10 pointe, while little Red Ashei
sparkled for Fenn, making 12
points on offense and breaking up
Koenigs’ passing game. The Fenn
Flashes may well be a fly in the
ointment in round one in Sr. “B.”
There will be no games in Sr.
“B” next week due to the Christ
mas holiday. Standings at vaca
tiem time are as follows:
Class Cage
League Given
First Lessons
The East Cleveland Class
Basketball League held its organi
zational meeting at the Shaw Gym
last Saturday afternoon with 50
boys and the Shaw varsity cage
squad in attendance.
The meeting was held under the
joint leadership of Bill Markell,
East Cleveland YMCA physical di
rector, and Bob Keefer, East Cleve
land sports writer, who has been
appointed the league director. Mr.
Keefer described the purpose and
rules of the league, broke the ap
plicants down into six squads and
assigned names and coaches foi
each team.
It w’as decided to limit the team
roster to ten players each, none
to be over 14 years of age and
only two of whom can be tallei
than 5 feet 4 inches. Coach Roy
Wisecup demonstrated the funda
mentals of the game with the aid
of his varsity squad and some of
the basic rules of basketball were
pointed out by Mr. Keefer.
Mr. Ken Bolmeyer, speaking on
behalf of the East Cleveland Ex
change Club which is sponsoring
the league, spoke briefly, stressing
the desire on the part of the or
ganization to promote junior bas
ketball locally. The teams worked
out briefly under the guidance of
their respective coaches to round
out the two-hour session. Furthei
information on the league will
published in next week’s issue
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