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tAST CLEVELA
14101 EUCLID AVr
EAST
CLEVELAND
Mail Addresses
Rnsiness: Hl4 E. 152nd St.
Phone Glenville 1-4383
News: 14600 Euclid Ave.
Apt 30?
To a spirited group of boys
representing Bob Kennedy’s Men’s
Shop goes the honor of becoming
the first Little League champions
in East Cleveland sports history.
'The Kennedy nine captured the
local title by edging the Nelson
Jewelry entry, 4-3, in an extra
inning thriller at Shaw Field on
Monday evening. It was the third
and final game in the two out of
three series in which Nelson’s took
the first game, 5-3, and Kennedy’s
came back to even the count by a
4-3 margin at Superior Field last
Wednesday.
Excellent relief pitching by Nick
Barile stopped the Jewelers after
they had tied the score at 3-3 in the
fifth frame. Barile relieved start
ing pitcher Clayton Brelo with two
out and third and second occupied.
Nelson catcher Ken Connell greeted
Barile with a double down the left
field line to send Bob Perry and
New Aide To
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Named to the position of Assist
ant to the City Manager is Tom
Dinell of South Norwalk, Conn. He
succeeds A. E. Heavilin who
resigned to enter the private prac
tice of law.
Mr. Dinell is a graduate of
Brown University and has a mas
ter’s degree from the Institute of
Public Administration at the Uni
versity of Michigan.
He served in the U. S. Army two
and a half years, as a First Lieu
tenant with the office of Comp
troller, Northern Area Command
with headquarters at Frankfort.
Prior to entering tha service Mr.
Dinell was employed by the Bu
reau of Budget in Washington.
1953
Volume No. XI—No. 35
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Kennedy's Win First
Little League Crown
By One Lone Point
Denny Rogers across the plate, ty
ing the score. Barile then pro
ceeded to uncork his fastball
which was effective enough to net
him six strikeouts in two and one
third innings.
Nelson’s jumped off to a 1-0
lead in the first inning when
Rogers rapped a line drive to right
field which took a bad hop over
Carl Christopher’s shoulder per
mitting Rogers to circle the bases.
Wildness on the part of Dave
Stakich, Nelson’s pint-sized start
ing hurler, proved costly in the
bottom half of the third stanza
when he issued a base on balls to
Tom Parkhurst and another to Bob
Weiss. Third Baseman John Feag
ler then walloped a home run into
the left field corner to give the
Kennedy nine a 3-1 lead.
A single and three-base error
accounted for the winning run in
the seventh inning to bring the
game to an abrupt halt and give
the Kennedy team the title. Brelo,
leading off, clouted a drive to cen
ter field which got past Jerry New
ton allowing the two-headed third
baseman to romp across the plate
to be greeted by his happy team
mates.
The game was witnessed by the
largest crowd of the season. They
expressed their appreciation for
boys’ fine performances this sum
mer by contributing $84.12 to the
league representatives who passed
through the stands while the game
was in progress. East Cleveland
sports fans have seemed to take a
distinct liking toward the fine
brand of baseball displayed by the
boys in this, their first taste of
league competition, and plans are
already being made to enlarge this
wholesome activity for the 1954
season.
Nelson Jewelry
Collins, 2b ___
Rogers, ss ___
Connell, ___
Thomson, lb
Newton, cf
Stakich, ___
Parent, ____
Bollin, 3b ___
Osborne, rf
Perry, If
Totals ____________ 8
Kennedy's Men’s Shop R.
Weiss, 2b ___
Feagler, 3b-e
Brelo, p-3b
Gerlosky, lb
N. Barile, c-p
Bloomfield, If
D. Barile, cf
Christopher, rf
Parkhurst, ss
the
Mr. Dinell is married and
father of a young daughter.
Passed State Bar
Having passed the state bar ex
amination and been sworn in as
attorney, William J. Corbett, 13705
Garden rd., is beginning his career
in the office of his brother-in-law,
Frank Farley. Mr. Corbett grad
uated from Shaw High School and
John Carroll University before
studying law at Cleveland Marshall
Fishermen Three Get Lost At
Sea: How Many Fish, Oh, Gee!
Calvin Perry, Frank Fellows
and Steve Toth, ardent fishermen
living on Alton rd., took off from
Marblehead last Saturday a. m.
with their outboard motor and a
rented row boat, bent on seeking
deeper water for larger fish. In
their search for a reef they ven-
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Nelson Jewelry___.100 020 0—3
Ken. Men’s Shop .... .003 000 1—4
Runs batted in—Rogers 2, Feag
ler 3, Connell. Two -base hit—Con
nell. Three-base hit Gerlosky.
Home runs Rogers, Feagler.
Double plays—Gerlosky (unassist
ed) Parkhurst, Weiss and Ger
losky. Struck out—Stakich 2, Par
ent 6, Brelo 3, Barile 6. Bases on
balls—Stakich 3, Parent 2, Barile
2. Hits—Off Stakich, 2 in 2 off
Parent, 4 in 4 off Brelo, 7 in 4%
off Barile, 1 in 2%. Winning
pitcher—Barile. Losing pitcher—
Parent. Umpires—Orozeo, Whit
acre and Coates.
tured too close to Canadian waters
and before they realized it, dark
ness closed in upon them.
Minus a compass they started
out in what they thought was the
right direction and were soon lost
at sea. After several hours with
men and tank exhausted, they
sighted land, and, managing to
reach it found themselves on Put
in-Bay Island.
Although 3:00 a. m. Sunday,
they managed to prevail on a good
Samaritan living on the shore, to
aid in refueling the tank, and giv
ing directions for reaching main
land.
Again the trio headed off, guided
by a beacon light 20 miles away.
A breeze made the going even
more difficult. It was break of
dawn when the new less-ardent
fishermen, weak from hunger,
fatigue and exposure, crawled
ashore.
Fish? Naught said.
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Tarquin Has
Early Date
Performance
If you hear strange noises these
nights coming from the “Y” House
at Lee and Euclid, don’t worry.
It’s only East Cleveland’s Tarquin
Dramatic Club rehearsing for its
Fourth Annual Fall Musical.
Since the club is composed of
teen-agers, the show has been
scheduled September 4th-5th, early
to allow the older members to parti
cipate before going off to college.
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Recalling last year’s success with
“Girl Crazy,” the group has chosen
another Broadway show, “Anything
Goes,” to be presented in the Shaw
High School auditorium at 8:15.
Lee Road residents have probably
heard the chorus rehearsing the
Cole Porter hits “You’re the Top,”
“Anything Goes,” “All Through the
Night,” “Blow, Gabriel, Blpw,” and
“I Get a Kick Out of You” all of
which are included in this musi
cal.
The plot centers around Billy
Crocker, a happy-go-lucky indivi
dual, played by Jack Walsh, who
comes aboard ship to bid bon voy
age to his boss, E. J. Whitney
(Dave Santoro). Billy finds that
Hope Harcourt, the girl he loves
(Martha Wagner) is .also on board
but with her fiance, Sir Evelyn
Oakleigh, an English nobleman
(Phil Traci.)
Billy decided to sail on the ship
to try to woo Hope back and then
the fun begins. Helping Billy is
an old friend, Reno Sweeney, a
nigth club proprietress (Jill Deni
son) on board with six of her danc
ing girls. The fact that Billy is
mistaken for Public Enemy Num
ber One contributes to the confu
sion on one of the most riotous
Atlantic crossings on record.
Adding to the fun are the Rev
erend Doctor Moon, Public Enemy
Number Thirteen in disguise (Jim
Austin) Bonnie LaTour, Moon’s
girl friend (Kathy Wagner) Lord
Oakleigh, Sir Evelyn’s father (Pete
Baker) Mrs. Wadsworth T. Har
court, Hope’s mother (Sarah
Thomas) Mrs. Wentworth, another
passenger (Gloria Marvin Junior
Harcourt, her son (Pc Marvin)
the ship’s captain (J^.ui Cowles)
and the steward, Dick Small.
(Continued on page 12)
A special registration for
prospective voters not registered,
will be held at East Cleveland
City Hall, Tuesday, September
15th from 10:00 a. m. to 2:00
p. m. and from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m.
All persons with new ad
dresses, change in name, or who
did not vote within the past two
years, must register to vote in
November.
Post Hosts To
Ball Players And
Two "Governors"
There will be guests at the meet
ing of East Cleveland Post Ameri
can legion Thursday, September 3
in their home, Hawley Park, Coit
and Euclid ave.
Invited to be present are the
members of the Gold Team, the
Post sponsored youth baseball team
and Post’s two representatives to
Boys State, both of whom selected
governor posts for the week. They
are Bob Cathcart and Bill Whit
acre.
Also giving a Boys State report
will be James Suher who served
as vice president of the 1953 Boys
State Committee, and Charles
Leonard who as East Cleveland
Post Vice Commander, attended the
Columbus sessions.
A sports film and refreshments
will round out the evening to which
all veterans, including the boys
from Korea, are most cordially in
vited at 8:00 p.m.
Be Prompt Is
Call To Blood Donors
“Please be prompt” is the last
call from Mrs. Kenneth Watkins,
Blood Donor chairman for the
East Cleveland Branch Red Cross,
as East Cleveland Blood Donor Day
gets under way at 1:00 o’clock in
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 15837
Euclid ave. (at Collamere st.)
“Thanks to the response of the
citizens, the schedule for today is
filled. It will expedite matters if
each donor will make it a p":"t
to be on hand at the time scl
uled for him” adds Mrs. Watkins.
Published In Conjunction with The SCOOP in Northeast Cleveland and The News-Journal in Euclid
Little League Pennant To Kennedy’s
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Nelsons Are Runners-Up
Special
Registration
Thursday, August 27, 1953 East derelandL Ohio 13,750 Circulation Guaranteed
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Roglin Retires
As Detective:
Bode Gets Post
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Charles Roglin, for the past
years a member of the Detective
Bureau of the East Cleveland Po
lice Department, has resigned, ef
fective August 21st. He resides at
18203 Landseer rd.
Mr. Roglin was appointed to the
department in January of 1927 as
a patrolman, continuing in this
capacity until transferred to the
Detective Bureau in 1942. He was
an expert in fingerprinting and
served as official photographer, a
detail now assigned to Patrolman
Thomas Byers.
Among the important cases on
which Mr. Roglin worked as a de
tective was the Koogle murder
case. He is a member of Lodge
No, 39 Fraternal Order of Police.
To fill the vacancy in the bureau,
Chief of Police H. S. Weaver has
transferred Patrolman Harold Bode
from the police department.
Mr. Bode, a patrolman since
July, 1946, will attend the training
school to be held at London Prison
Farm, September 27th through Oc
tober 2nd. The school will be con
ducted by the Ohio State Bureau of
Criminal Identification and Inves
tigation.
Eager To Prove
Child's Guardianship
Pending receipt by Mr. and Mrs.
William Hawkins, 4614 Franklin
ave., Cleveland, of papers from
Tennessee establishing them a s
legal guardians o their grand
daughter, Rose Marie Vincent, II,
the child is remaining in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dickens, 1065
East 125th st. East Cleveland.
Police summoned to the Dickens
home at 7:40 p. m. Monday, August
24th, found about 70 persons ga
thered outside the Dickens home.
Questioning, they leajnvd that
the child’s mother, Bar Milton
Egger had recently taken her
daughter from the Hawkins' home
and placed her in the Dickens’
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins who re
tly came to Cleveland from
'i inessee, have sent a relative to
i ih the papers to prove their
claim that they reared Rose Marie.
Picnic Tickets
Important
Strip tickets accepted in Log
Cabin until 7:00 p. m.
Auto tickets accepted in Log
Cabin until 8:45 p. m.
NO tickets accepted at the
platform.
Picnic Candids
And Movies
If you attend the East Cleveland
Community Picnic at Euclid Beach
next Wednesday, September 2nd,
you can get in the movies. Under
the sponsorship of East Cleveland
Merchants and the Picnic Commit
tee movies will be taken of the
sports events, and contests, and
there will be candid shots of folks
attending.
At a date to be announced later
in The East Cleveland Leader, the
movies will be shown at the Shaw
Hayden and Wind-A-Meer theatres.
They will later be available for
showing at group gatherings.
In addition, the Superior Camera
Shop, Euclid at Page, will have a
photographer on deck to take Can
dida of the picnic crowd. The pic
tures will be displayed at their
shop, and if you find yourself in
one of them, just step inside and
get a free picture.
Pre-School
Shaw Day Is
Next Thursday
As important as their first day
at Shaw High School for pupils
new to the building or to the East
Cleveland School System, is Pre
Shaw Day. That is the day the
first-time enrollees get a slant on
what Shaw has to offer, and what
it expects of its pupils.
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Wayne C. Blough, principal at
Shaw, announces the 1953 Pre
Shaw Day will be observed Thurs
day, September 3rd from 9:00 to
11:00 a. m. Letters are being sent
to parent* of all registered new
pupils. Any pupil planning to en
ter Shaw for the first time, Sep
tember 8th, who has not regis
tered should do so and should re
port for Shaw Day.
Students will assemble in the
auditorium (second door from Eu
clid ave.) where they will be wel
comed by the president of the Stu
dent Council, Bob Cathcart. He
will introduce Mr. Blough.
In his talk Mr. Blough will dis
cuss routine procedure for such
matters as auto permits, lunch per
mits, use of cafeteria and library,
attendance and tardiness. He will
also discuss briefly Shaw traditions
and policies.
Following the auditorium as
sembly, the boys will go to Room
107 to meet their dean, Mr. Robert
Cawrse, who is also assistant prin
cipal and coach at Shaw. The girls
will remain in the auditorium for
a conference with their dean, Miss
Lucille Provo. Among other things
to be explained by Miss Provo is
the Shaw regulations concerning
the wearing of middies and skirts,
traditional at Shaw.
At 9:45 o’clock a tour of the
building will be in order. Divided
into groups according to Home
Room assignment, the new stu
dents will visit the industrial arts,
household arts and fine arts work
shops the science laboratories the
modem cafeteria, the libraries and
deans’ offices.
On the Recreational side they
will drop in at the Cardinals Nest,
students’ game room and Student
Council headquarters visit the new
half-million dollar Shaw Gymnas
ium and the modern cafeteria,
ranked high among schools in its
service of good food at reason
able cost. The tour concludes in the
respective Home Rooms.
Re^’lar classes begin with the
open of school on Tuesday, Sep
tember 8th. I
Record Crowd Expected
At Euclid Beach: Add
More Prizes To List
If these “mostest” tickets that
add up to the second prediction of
a record breaking crowd. Certainly
folks who have more tickets than
ever for the picnic sharing of mer
chant gift giving are not going to
stay at home that day. No sir—ee.
Highlights of the forthcoming
picnic include such exciting events
as:
GRAND PRIZE: A brand new
Mercury.
STRIP TICKET PRIZES—Tak
ing advantage of the added time,
the price Committee sparked
SHS January '52
Plan Second Re-Union
During the just before com
mencement days when they sud
denly realized that the time was
close at hand when they would
be scattered, the members of the
January 1952 graduating class of
Shaw High School decided to hold
a yearly reunion. Herb Luxenburg,
the class president, promised that
he would do what he could each
year for a get-together.
Last year 55 of the 98 gradu
ates held their* first reunion. On
Sunday, September 13th a second
reunion is planned. It will be held
in the home of Dione Korfon, 4789
Monticello blvd. Assisting prexy
Luxenburg are Ma^y Ellen Brophy,
Susan Struggles and Ron Lear.
Members attending the reunion
will please notify either Susan
at LI. 1-1855 or Herb at LI.
1-2574.
CALL NEWS
to
PO. 1-3378
Two predictions are being made today for the post
poned East Cleveland Picnic this coming Wednesday at
Euclid Beach Park: First—fair skies Second—a whopping
big crowd.
The first prediction is based on
weather forecasts as of Tuesday.
Here is hoping Mr. Weatherman
will be right on the “good picnic”
weather” forecast. In the mean
while that melody which comes
floating through the air is “Rain,
Rain Go Away” being sung by the
1953 Picnic Committee, the young
sters and the oldsters to whom a
summer is not complete without
the Community outing at Euclid
Beach Park. They don’t want to be
rained out again. Furthermore,
they have more tickets than ever to
pour into the barrels at the Log
Cabin.
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another treasure hunt to add many
more prizes to the already long
list.
MORE TICKETS Right after
postponement of the picnic on that
drenching July day, the Ticket
Committee ordered and distributed
many more tickets. Get your share
at your merchants.
BASEBALL—Grant Kibble will
umpire the friendly feud between
Kiwanis and Exchange club mem
bers for the $25 child welfare fund
prize.
Because of the postponed date,
two events must of necessity be
omitted from day’s sports pro
gram. These are the previously
scheduled Little League games.
However all of the remaining
events, including the Kiwanis-Ex
change baseball game at 4:30 p. m.
will be held.
BILL RANDLE returns to the
Log Cabin for his regular after
noon broadcast.
EXHIBITS—in the Log Cabin
are of special interest to home
makers.
BROUSE to your heart’s content
among the new autos to be parked
for your inspection and comparison,
next to the Log Cabin.
RACES—Get the children there
in time for this event. Check sched
ules elsewhere in this issue.
Taking charge of the races, etc.
arranged by Recreation Director
Roy B. Wisecup will be four play
ground supervisors, William R.
Galberach, Tom Minehardt, Janet
Sampson and Gilbert Gray.
BASKETS—Mom and sis will
prepare the picnic meal. Get the
family, your neighbors or the old
friends together around a picnic
meal. It’s fun either under the
trees or under cover.
PLATFORM George Nelson
back at the mike. Other committee
men listing tickets, spotting the up
lifted hand in the crowd, handing
out the prize certificate. Dave
Whale in his funny hat.
Wednesday, September 2nd with
all the college folk home before
leaving for school with the children
ready for a final fling before
school bells ring, with the family
set for One Grand Day—and with
tickets waiting to be turned into
a gift. That is East Cleveland
Community Picnic Day at Euclid
Beach.
New Picnic Schedule
Euclid Beach Park
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd
12:00 m.—Merchants’ Exposition in Log Cabin.
12:00 m.—Auto Show, adjacent to Log Cabin.
Special Features
2:00-7:00 p. m.—Bill Randle of Radio Station WERE,
Log Cabin.
Baseball
4:30 p. m.—Exchange Club vs. Kiwanis Club.
RACES AND NOVELTY CONTESTS
2:00 p. m.—40-yard Dash for boys 7 to 9 years.
2:05 p. m.—Bean Bag Kick for girls 7 to 9 years.
2:10 p. m.—3-yard Dash for girls 6 years and under.
2:15 p. m.—30-yard Dash for boys 6 years and under.
2:20 p. m.—Funnel Catch for men and women (couples).
2:25 p. m.—Backward Run for boys 10 to 12 years.
2:30 p. m.—40-yard Dash for girls 10 to 12 years.
2:35 p. m.—50-yard Dash for boys 13 to 15 years.
2:40 p. m.—40-yard Dash for girls 13 to 15 years.
2:45 p. m.—Bag and Baloon Relay (couples 3 couple*
per team).
3:00 p. m.—Crab Race for boys 6 years and under.
3:05 p. m.—Sack Race for boys 7 to 9 years.
3:10 p. m.—Lame Duck Race for girls 7 to 9 years.
3:15 p. m.—Sack Race for boys 10 to 12 years.
3:20 p. m.—Sack Race for girls 10 to 12 years.
3:25 p. m.—Sack Race for boys 13 to 15 years.
3:30 p. m.—Kangaroo Race for girls 13 to 15 years.
3:35 p. m.—Candy Kiss Scramble for girls 6 and under
(no prize).
3:40 p. m.—Baloon Kicking for women.
3:45 p. m.—Egg Throw for men.
3:55 p. m.—Penny Scramble for boys and girls 6 years5
and under.
4:00 p. m.—Watermelon eating contest.
Unless otherwise indicated, three prize* will be awarded
in all cni'.dren’* event*.
PLATFORM ATTRACTIONS
6:00 p. m.—Introduction of city official*, picnic officials,
and “•rtic:p--is. Music and singing.
..30 p. .... —S*»’p Ticket Draw*"*.
9:00 p. nu—A o Ticket Draw _. George Nelson, M. C.
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