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Catholic Telegraph Register (Newspaper) - November 20, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioPage twelve the Catholic Telegraph Register Friday november 20, 1953 Avier seeks to Salvage Grid season with win Over Dayton m Quot a smarting from five consecutive setbacks Xavier University s musketeers will include their 1953 football season with a game against their traditional rivals the diversity of Dayton flyers in Dayton sunday afternoon nov. 22, at 2 15 . It will be the final game of e Campaign for both teams d the second of the season be Een the flyers and musketeers ivies with halfback Bob Judd it ring All the Points downed Lyton 7-0, on sept. 27 in Cin inti. The Peoria 111., senior hied on a 14-Yard run Over rat tackle and kicked the sex i Point. That Xavier a 15th Vic by Over Dayton in the series Lich began in 1908. Dayton has it a 13 times and the 1931 fray ded in a 7-7 tie. Dayton has notched three Vienes this year Over Louisville a Attan ooga and Marshall in Arhat games. Losses have been the Quantico marines John i Roll Cincinnati Miami and ivies. Coached Kluska a muskies Ive downed Only Louisville Beles winning the Early decision of the flyers. Successive de ats have been administered by Cincinnati Boston College Vil Nova John Carroll and Chat Sooga. Eleven of Xavier a forces will e action As musketeers for the St time the graduate sen is Are co capt. John Baele Cole from Peoria 111. Co capt. Of Judd left halfback from Eoria 111. Artie Hauser tackle of Rubicon wis. Leo Knoll a Ard from Newport by. Joe Evaro quarterback from Cin Ninati Dick Huxel Center from Cincinnati Buck Motz halfback a of Newton Tom Powers Jard from Cincinnati John yme fullback from Chicago i. Dick Decorps fullback from Anton and Dick Grace Quarter ick from Chicago. Purcell crushes elder s threat to its 5th Crown the Purcell Cavaliers undefeated in their past 23 games and Defeated Only once in the past 30, powered their Way to another gel championship last sunday afternoon. Elder the last greater Cincinnati team to defeat Purcell Back in 1950, almost spoiled Purcell a bid for its fifth straight undisputed gel championship but it was finally subdued after a bruising contest 21-13. Elders efficient quarterback Dick Selcer was Complete master Over Purcell in the first and third quarters As he faked ran and passed for two elder scores. The Cavaliers however managed to dominate the second and fourth quarters led by fullback Chuck Lima and halfback Pete Healey Purcell a two consistent ground gainers. Elder scored first to stun the Cavaliers. The to came on a pass from Selcer to end Pete Boyle who was All alone in the end zone. Purcell came Back for Shandon Parish to hold Square dance nov. 21 a Square dance will be held in St. Aloysius Church Hall Shandon saturday nov. 21, from 8 . To Midnight. Lunch and refreshments will be served. Two scores one by Lima and another on a Beautiful 30-Yard pass from quarterback Jim of Brien to Healey. The half ended with Purcell ahead 14-6. Elder took the second half Kickoff and went 72 Yards to score with Selcer covering the final 19 Yards around right end. The conversion was Good and at the end of the third Quarter Purcell had a slim 14-13 Lead. But then the Cavaliers drove 67 Yards for the clincher with Lima bulling Over from the three. Pete Madden converted for the third time and Purcell now had a 21-13 Lead. The Cavaliers went 88 Yards later in the period Down to elders six Yard line but a Fumble prevented another score. The Victory marked the 11th gel championship for Purcell along with four co championships. Moliere a comedy the miser will be reviewed by father Joseph v. Urbain pastor of Queen of peace Church Millville at the concluding lecture of the a literature that lives series on tues Foo Dnn Roc nex we on sunday nov. 22, and a woes saturday nov. 28. Carolyn Boellke left and Clem deck Are chairmen of the Fenwick senior groups sixth anniversary Ball to be held at the Kemper Lane hotel on nov. 28 at 9 . To Mildt Motz right is a committee member for a co thanksgiving dance at the Fenwick this sunday at 8 30 . A King and Queen of the co Fenwick group will be crowned at the anniversary Ball. They will be selected from the following candidates a Gene Bernard Clem deck Ron Enderle Norbe Menke Cletus Stewart Carolyn Boelleke Marian Jacobs Mary Lasita Pat Petersen and Rose Mary Walter. Reservations or further information May be obtained by calling miss Boelleke re 9664 miss Walter he 1996 or Pat Tenbieg a 1437. Wally Johnson and his orchestra will play. Chairmen Janet Wempe and Helen Koman of the thanksgiving dance have booked the Continentals to play at the Fenwick. Committee members in addition to miss Motz Are Ruth Hooks Carolyn Kammer Mary Roda Rita Walters Donald Dickinson Jim Hungler William Perry and Tony Ross. A Bishop Mussio of Steubenville to speak Nln Bishop John King Mussio of Steubenville will be principal speaker at the second annual Universal communion sunday to be sponsored by the Xavier University alumni association dec. 6 in the fieldhouse. Xavier alumni All Over the world Are being asked to receive holy communion on that Day. Group observances of the Day Are being planned in All cities girl scouts receive communion girl scouts held a special of i Vance at holy name Church Cincinnati on nov. 1, when they assisted at mass and received oly communion together. Mrs. Jane Crumley was chairman and mrs. Mary Neal was co a airman of the Observance. Mrs. Walter Stacy and mrs. Eorge Galloway chairman of in co Catholic advisory com Littee on girl scouting were serial guests of a court of dance new adult term a inane tra nov. 24, 8 to 1 . Demand wad., non 25. A to 18 . It. Fri not. 27. 8 to 11 28 . Fri. Dan include ballroom and Square inca instruction also practice period 0 lessons 20 hour so $25 Roll sat not. 21�?T a full payment on this day�?228.88 Beautiful a 11 room unexcelled floor class and private lessons step analysis rhythm co ordination taught by experienced teachers at Cincinnati a oldest dancing school he Kinsella Academy Coa i Wilnet Bitses 10-31-49 d jul May i Huu who i is awards and investiture in the afternoon. Father William Long chaplain invested the following girls Linda Crumley Patricia Flowers Barbara Froehlich Judy Hastings Patricia Hennessey Lora Hubbard Karen Marx Anna Nordman Mary Puthoff Joyce scale Peggy Schuler and Claudia West. Mrs. Hubert Bales mrs. Richard Craig mrs. Nathan Culp mrs. Gus Ohnmacht and Elmer Scales were invested As troop committee members. Following the investiture ceremony the group gathered in the school cafe Teria for refreshments and a court of awards. The following badges were awarded to those completing the necessary requirements according to the girl scout handbook clerk badge Emily Ohnmacht Good grooming badge Mary Ann Bales Susan Crumley and Emily Ohnmacht insect badge Joyce Arstingstall Mary Ann to net Ford sales amp service Cronin motor co. 4149 Spring Grove ave. I 5586 ski 5587 Quot Toledo bilt Quot engines with Grant rings a a Tele Dollt re manufactured engine with Grunt ring on Tim payment plan. Your repairman or motor specie lists 34 w. Mcmillan St. C a 4100 Bales and Catherine Culp my Community badge to Susan Crumley musician badge to Joyce Spampinato our troop badge to Joyce Arstingstall Frances Caruso Virginia Craig Catherine Culp Jime forester Emily Ohnmacht Mary Lou Rosselot Margaret Smith and Joyce Ella Campoli Grade school Grid finals nov. 29 i it is a Case of survival of the fittest in the current co tourney to determine the Champion Grade school football team in the Cincinnati area. The football finals will take place in Xavier stadium on sunday nov. 29, at 2 . The co Grade school basketball season will begin on dec. 6. St. Xavier s bombers cop third place in Grid Loop Tom Ballaban a bombers from St. Xavier a Defeated Roger Bacon 19-12, at Trechter stadium last saturday annexing third place in the greater Cincinnati league. The bombers finished the 1953 Campaign with a four and five record for their Best Effort since 1948. Dick voile Ken lob and Dick Hynes All counted for Xavier a voile and Lohr on passes from quarterback Paul Reinermann Hynes on h six Yard spurt from scrimmage after a sustained Xavier drive. Reinermann tossed for 20 Yards to voile Midway in St. William team kickball trophy St. Williams kickball team after losing the first game of the season to our lady of Lourdes team 19-14, won last week in a playoff of a three Way tie for the championship of the Northwest league. St Martins lost for the first time on oct. 23 when St Williams downed the team 10-2. Our lady of Lourdes team then became the Only undefeated team in the league but left the undefeated spot when it lost to St Martins 5-4. This left a three Way tie for first place. In the playoff St Williams Drew a Bye and then Defeated of Lourdes team Ted St. Clements North Central league Winner eliminated our Mother of sorrows team in the semifinals 14-6. Competition for the City championship now lies among St Cecilias of the Eastern league St. Willi Atno a of the Northwest league and St. Clements of the North Central league. Our lady unde Fea we Tern league to w l St. Lawrence. 4 a 1 holy family team 4 1 St. Martin or. 2 8 St. Bonave Nettir 0 5 Eastern league # St. Clement a. I 0 St. Mark a. 4 St. Run cd seraph 1 4 St. Elisabeth s 0 5 Central league division Iii St. Martin s or. 2 1 St. La Wren win or. 2 1 our lady of Victory team i. A 8 2 the second period for the bombers first tally shortly after which Scarback Frank a it Eyer of Yards for Bacon a Printer of yarns for Bacons first to after having taken a pitch out from quarterback Phil Collins. Before the end of the half Reinermann tossed 16 Yards to Kenny Lohr As the bomber outdistanced the Bacon secondary in the end zone. This gave Lohr playing his last game for St. Xavier shit seventh to of the s�,h80t1 St. Xavier a fumbled Early in the second half and Bacon recovered on the bombers 20. Shortly thereafter fullback Fisher carried from the four Yard Stripe. With but five minutes to play in the game St. Xavier a began a drive from its own 35-Yard line after Lou Vetter had intercepted a Bacon pass. With Reinermann leading the Way the bombers fought to the spartans six Yard Marker from which Point Junior fullback Hynes carried Over for the score Hynes then carried Over for the extra Point. There was no further scoring As St. Xavier a held Bacon took Over on Downs and then ran the clock out. Nov. 22�?Grade school girls kickball party Fenwick lounge 2 15 till 5 . Nov. 23�?senior co dance. Nov. 23�?Grade school boys basketball meeting and Young menus basketball meeting 8 . Crystal room Fenwick. Nov. 25�?men�?Ts basketball t clinic co old office 8 . 1,000,000 expected Spain s own holy year a i million pilgrims from Spain and other countries Are expected to take part in the holy year of Compostella Observance in 1954 in Honor of St James the apostle Patron of Spain. Since the 12th Century a holy year of Compostella is held every year that the feast of St James july 25 occurs on a sunday. Cardinal Fernando Quiroga y Palacios of Santiago de Compostella said that the Observance is similar to that held in Rome signal zing the beginning of the Jubilee year. St. James beheaded 13 years after the crucifixion of Christ walked the length and breadth of the Peninsula for seven years preaching the gospel. He was martyred in Jerusalem and his remains were brought to Compostella. Bishop muscle where a Large enough concentration of alumni warrants them. The Cincinnati Observance which will be the largest will open with mass at 9 . In the fieldhouse. Plans Are under Way to televise the mass on Wco to with Robert l. Otto news director of Wco As commentator. A a breakfast in the armory will follow the mass. Mueller Marble works specialists la Church work altars furniture tops fireplaces a window Sills amp store fronts repairs a re finishing _ polishing old or new Marble 706 w. Front St., Cinti 3, o. Cherry 3760 res Dixie 7207 inaugurated Las year the Universal communion sunday is held each year on the sunday closest to the feast of St Francis Xavier Patron of the University. Last year group observances were held in 17 different cities in the country and More than 1,300 alumni participated. Leo e. Oberschmidt 3636 Saybrook Avenue has been appointed general chairman for the Universal communion sunday. A graduate of the class of 1918, he i a member of the Board of governors of the alumni association. Serving on the committee under him Are the following Neal j. Ahern Paul c. Beckman Lloyd b. Russell Clements Patrick p. Desmond or. Edward a. Doering Charles a. Eisenhardt or. John j. Fischer or. Louis a. Ginocchio James w. Hengelbrok Raymond a. Pellman John c. Rush Paul j. Theissen and Norbert a. Voile. Bishop Mussio is one of two Xavier alumni in the Hierarchy. The other is archbishop Urban j. Vehr of Denver. Bishop Mussio was Chancellor of the archdiocese of Cincinnati before his appointment in 1945 As Bishop of Steubenville. Review of Moliere play is scheduled in Hamilton girl scout troop from Bond Hill guest of explorers girl scout troop 159 from Bond Hill was the guest of explorer Jost 354 of St. Clements a Arish St. Bernard at a recent Roll Call and inspection ceremony conducted by neighbourhood commissioner c. J. William. And tilt leaders of the explorer Post recently completed a leadership training course by learning a number of outdoor skills at Camp Friedlander. They mastered such skills As skeet shooting pistol target practice Archery Fly and a Ait casting and other outdoor arts which Are taught to teen agers in the explorer scout program. New movies in Cincinnati with legion of decency ratings Al unobjectionable for general patronage the Ryou african Rifle a-2 unobjectionable for adults the Maze blowing wild play in Cincinnati with Catholic theater movement rating c wholly objectionable pal Joey Power Housti on the Dayton ruler nurse flyer. Squad this year is Jim Shafor Hamilton Junior who holds Down the right guard position. K a Day nov. 24, in the mercy Hospital nurses auditorium �25 n. Second Street Hamilton. Father Urbain a lecture will replace one scheduled to be Given by sister m Madeleva president of St. Mary s College notre Dame ind., on Chaucer Scanterbury tales. Illness forced sister Madeleva to cancel her engagement. Father Urbain a native hamiltonian is now archdiocesan Moderator of Catholic Rural youth and a member of the Board of directors of the National Catholic Rural life conference. He received his . Degree from Xavier University his . Degree from Mcgill University and did further graduate work at the University of Poitiers France. He has taught French at St. Gregory a Seminary and sacred heart College and currently is teaching at our lady of Cincinnati College. An informal reception will follow the lecture and 30-minute discussion period. The reception will be under the direction of miss Marjorie fiehrer. The lecture discussion series is cosponsored yearly by the fourth degree knights of Columbus and the Hamilton Circle of the International federation of Catholic alumnae. Fidelity Federal savings amp i 0an a ass n. 2089 Sherma ave. Norwood 631 Walnut St. Cincinnati be. 2840 insured saving and outta rupture relies or your Honey Back i unhappy with your truss Mayb Yoave Airt really Beta properly fitted by a tras expert. Her a oar re Arante Wear oar trass for 10 say agree it the beat Yoa a Ever has or Yoa it a fall refund a i Tchad. Stop a Toai Orrow. Got rid of year Raptor worries once Aad in Alt Jurgens Trusse Cincinnati s truss spec Aust Fob 13 tears1 088 you la feel at Home at the woo wait building amp loan 1029 main St. At Central Parkway open daily 9 to 3. A Friday until 7�?-closed saturday i 14%. A a its. George Church Calhoun Street a Corryville a a sunday nov. 22 Friday saturday nov. 20 nov. 21 Friday evening fish Fry saturday evening Bardeci sunday afternoon and evening roast beef Barbecue continuous social a turkeys a Booths a refreshments i a -,1 \ to Quot v-1 j i a a. A thanksgiving and Christmas awards 500�� in Cash met a ii $ o y. W w a pleasant Ridge hardware co. Jatib h. Series Carer proprietor. Hetro. 1171 131 m0ntif.rn.r7 by pleasant Ridge roofing Sheet Metal work v Industrial residential jobbing the Fahnle amp Dietrich co. 4203 at. My 5268 roofing and Sheet Metal work specs Lizins in repairing roof. Charles c. Grote but 2122 1997 Madiara Road Cincinnati floor sanding a Type tended Aad refi Alabed Hardwood floors Laid Frank Schmutte 2912 Grace a. Burtn. To. 5173 plumbing 9 heating Industrial and institutional e. J. Nolan corporation 2141 Dana ave. Esl 1883 Redwood 6900 roofers roofs repaired a siding a Furnace work a. Braun amp sons 1810 Sherman a. 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