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EAST CLEVELAND-13515 EUCLID AT SUPERIOR
Connell Team
Sets New Pony
League Record
By Bob Keefer
The highlight of the local baseball activity dur
png the past week was a new record of consecutive
victories established by the strong Connell Chevrolet
nine of the East Cleveland Pony League. Last Wed
nesday the Connell entry defeated the Edwards
Funeral Home, 7-2, at Skat-,
ing Rink Field for their 16th
straight win of the 1961 sea
son. This bettered the string
of 15 straight games in the
victory column which was
turned in by the East End Nash
nine which took the Pony
League title last year,
chalking up victories last
day and again Monday of
week, the current Connell
ord, as of Tuesday night,
18-0 with two more games left
on the ’61 schedule.
The pacemakers of the pow
erful Connell batting attack,
which has averaged eight runs
oer game, are Robin Caputo
and Pat Visci who are two of
the best players in the nine
vear history of East Cleveland
Pony League. Both boys are
equally adept at pitching and
catching to form a battery of
outstanding 14-year-olds.
Caputo has a current bat
ting average of .563, the high
est in the league, and his 27
hits include five doubles, three
triples and five home runs.
Visci, second leading hitter
in the circuit, has a .540 av
erage and his 34
six doubles, three
two home runs.
\dept At Base
hits include
triples and
Stealing
Both of the young athletes
are daring baserunners—Visci
has stolen 30 bases and Caputo
has pilfered 23.
In the pitching department.
Visci has a 5-0 record while
Caputo has compiled a 4-0
mark. The rest of the Connell
starting nine is comprised of
Pete Wolfgram, Roger Hor
vath, Carl Schultz. Frank Jura
tovac, Tom Baechele. Bernie
Doyle. Len Ringenbach and
Harold Brazie.
A playoff series to determine
the Colt League champion is
now a certainty since the Ki
wanis Club, first-half winners,
have been eliminated from con
tention for the second-half
title. Merle Owen Funeral
Horne, who have a 6-2 record
n second-half play, can enter
the playoffs by defeating the
G. E. Lite Sox at Skating Rink
Field tonight. Should the Lite
Sox win tonight’s contest, how
ever. they must then win their
remaining two games to earn
the chance to meet Kiwanis for
the Colt League championship.
Owens Beat Florists
Merle Owen trounced
Florists, 10-3, at Forest
Tuesday .to take over
place as they ran wild on the
base paths to steal 12 base
and drew seven bases on ball'
to blend with seven hits. Art
Philipp held the Florists
three hits and struck out nine
while teammate Denny Erne
collected three singles in four
trips to the plate.
Tn a game called because of
darkness after six innings of
Hay, the Lite Sox handed thr
Kiwanis Club their fifth
'traight loss. 6-3, at Skating
Rink Field on Tue-day. The
losers scored all of their hit
arid runs in the first inning
after which Jim Ball, the G. E.
urler. settled down to pitch
five hitless innings. The Lite
ox took advantage of 11
bai-es on halls issued by a pair
•f Kiwanis pitchers to account
for their run output.
Playoffs Monday
The Little League playoff
-eries is scheduled to get un
der way at Shaw Field next
Monday with the Nelson Jewel
ers. Shaw Division champs,
meeting either the Police &
Associates or Fire Dept, who
are currently tied for the top
spot in the Superior Hill Divi-
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sion. The Fire Dept, was slated
to face Koenig Sport Goods at
Superior Hill last night and, if
victorious, would tangle with
the Police for the division title
at Shaw Field tomorrow night.
The Police nine finished its
season on a happy note by de
feating the Koenig entry. 5-3.
in a seven-inning struggle at
Shaw Monday evening. Trail
ing 3-2 with two out in the
sixth frame, Van Tyus, the
league’s leading hitter who had
struck out in his two previous
plate appearances, was hit by
a pitched ball. Don Kennedy,
the Police pitcher, then singled
to right sending Tyus to third.
With Steve Grogan at the plate,
Tyus then stole home with the
tying run when the Koenig
catcher returned the ball to the
pitcher’s mound.
By
Fri
this
rec
was
Strikes Out 15
Joe Matulis, stocky Koenig
hurler, had his fast ball buz
zing past the Police batters
for six innings during which
he struck out 15 out of a possi
ble 18 opponents. However,
since Little League rules for
bid a pitcher from hurling
more than six innings per
week, he had to turn over the
pitching duties to Chris South
wick in the seventh stanza. Jim
Van and Chris Fejes opened
the Police seventh with singles
and a single by Jimmy Palozzi
and a sacrifice fly by Dale
Mills gave the Police nine a
pair of tallies for their im
portant victory. The Koenigmen
had runners on base in every
inning but the first when they
went down on strikes but they
were unable to come through
with the timely hit they needed.
Kennedy collected a home run
and single to pace the six-hit
Police attack while Southwick
banged out two of the five
Koenig hits.
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EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Football
Will Start
Tomorrow
Shaw High. School’s “Card
inals” will begin practice ses
sions for the 1961 football sea
son tomorrow (Friday). Phy
sical examinations were given
and equipment issued yesterday
and today.
Practice sessions will be held
twice daily, except Sunday, at
8:15 a. m. and 4 p. m. until
the opening of school. All prac
tices will be held on the field
behind the ice skating rink on
Shaw ave.
There are eight “Cardinal”
lettermen returning to Shaw’s
football team who will form
the nucleus for the 1961 season.
Practice sessions and scrim
mage games are open to
public.
Chain Store
Wants Liquor
Permit Change
A new chain food store will be
seeking a transfer of a beer
and wine carry-out permit when
the East Cleveland City Com
mission meets at 7:45 p. m. next
Tuesday.
The store, located at 15U33
Euclid ave., wishes to transfer
its C-2 state liquor license from
an outlet at 1409 Hayden ave.,
to its new location.
Last Tuesday, the city’s board
of zoning appeals voted to rec
ommend to the commission the
request for transfer be granted.
Also at its meeting, the zon
ing board granted a temporary
rooming license to Mr.
Mrs. Anton Stilinovic,
Holyoke ave.
Garden Club
Meets
A Workshop, with the subject
“Indoors to Outdoors in Garden
ing” being the theme. This will
include some work showing tht
Japanese Trend in Dish Gardens,
with a Plant Exchange follow
ing.
Hostesses for the day—Mrs
John Smith, chairman, assisted
by Mis. Jack Hill. Mrs. Hugh
Jones, Mrs. Virgil Maxwell.
Mrs. Harold Collmer and Mrs
George Meets.
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did you Know?
Village improvement* success fully advocated by a Citi
zcns Ticket in the spring election of 1895 brought about the
widening and grading of Euclid avenue construction of
sidewalks and addition of watert sewer and gas lines
rapid transit service via the Cleveland Electric Railway
a ivatcr contract with, Cleveland and better sanitary
sewage-disposal facilities.
The rapid transit line provided East Clevelanders by
the Cleveland Electric Railway offered 35 minute service
to downtown Cleveland, with morning and evening cars
every three minutes. A single fare cost 4’/i cents and took
passengers from old Collamer to the Public Square, a
distance of eight miles, or several miles farther by using
a
The village provided water free for “man and beast" at
a red trough with brass faucet and cup. This was located
on front of the Village Hall and it was estimated that
about 20,000 persons and 50,000 horses and dogs quenched
their thirst there annually.
Summer Physical
Fitness Program
At Shaw Is Over
Members of the Shaw High
School and Kirk Junior High
coaching staffs are contribu
ting to the plea for physical
fitness by former President
Eisenhower and present Presi-
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Hilltop Garden Club will
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
William J. Taylor, on Highland
rd., Gates Mills for a 12 noon
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dent Kennedy nightly from 6:30
to 8:30 p. m.
This Physical Fitness pro
gram was in progress last sum
mer under the volunteer super
vision of Shaw and Kirk coach
ing staffs. Shaw stadium was
open for all East Cleveland
boys five nights a week. Each
boy was urged to participate at
least three nights per week.
Their physical fitness program
consisted of weight training
exercises, endurance and speed
running, and
drills.
various agility
Valuable
weight training
Proved
The use of
proved itself to be so gratifying
in the aspect of increased
strength and agility, the weight
program was incorporated in
Shaw’s regular boys’ physical
education classes the second se
mester of the school year. Each
boy participated in the weight
program the first 15 minutes
of each class period. The re
sults of the program proved to
develop increasing arm, leg,
neck and chest strength.
Weight lifting was consid
ered a “taboo” and a “muscle
bound” program for many
years. However, due to the re
cent research of physical fit
ness, the systematic weight lift
ing programs have proved their
worth. Members of the Cleve
land Browns football team
adapted the weight lifting and
running program and many of
(them attribute their increase
jn weight and strength to this
program.
Officially Approved I
Last summer’s program at
Shaw Stadium and the physical
fitness program conducted at
Shaw High during the school
year, proved to be so successful
that the East Cleveland Board
of Education formally approved
a summer physical fitness pro
gram to be held at Shaw Sta
dium under the supervision of
the Shaw High School and Kirk
Junior
staffs.
High School coaching
Cleveland’s Physical
Program consisted of
East
Fitness
eight weight lifting exercises
for the purpose of developing
arm, leg, neck, and chest
strength, four agility and pro
gressive running drills nightly.
The running exercises consist
ultimately of one mile for en
durance and eight 50-yard
clashes for speed and endurance.
The main objective of the en
tire program was to build
strength, quick muscular reac
tions, and speed of each par
ticipant.
The Physical Fitnese Pro
gram ended last week.
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