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Page 63 text:
ence. The maine. za sec-saw and clwsely cun-
tested unc. gave the Fayret lwys 21 2'-T yiL'Iui'5'.
lr.traniur:il night un Hay 113 cliinaxvd Mr.
Xadxx'urny's physical education pruggrain. All
the finalists in the wrestling and hoxing di-
visiuns matched physical and mental stamina
rfeture a large and enthusiastic gathering nf
students, parents and friends.
The XYll1lll'l'N in the wrestling' matches we-rc:
Tum llintnn 11053. Henry Guth 11153. Paul
Blanns 11223, Joe Savely 11303. Joe Hans
113153, Pete Allmanese 11103, Jack Blanchard
11-153, Al Gushurn 11553, Mike Elierle 111353,
llan Galiardi 11753. and Henry Holden 1HVV3g
winners in the boxing' bouts: Pat Giamarco
11053, Joe Cahill 11153, Paul Manns 11223.
Tom Burke 113403, Ed Belt 11353, George
Vooncy 11-103. Ruger Hooker 11453, Al Gos-
hnrn 11553, -lame Defarlo 11653, Roh Yoakam
11753. and liick Lang' 1HVV3.
Thus ended another year of the physical
education program, another year in student
acquisition of staminafphysical, mental and
spiritual. another year in the education of the
students physical sell' so that he may live tu
the fullest within the capacity of his inherited
lim lla-tary :und .lou IH-l':urIo AIT3 ualrln up fur inlrzl
ln- inlrzlnlurnl Iuuvh fuollnlll lnllrllzllul-Ill Iraule-rs
4-nrp Hulnln-n. 'I'1un Wh-1':lllu. .lnllllnp Wh-I":lrI:llnl HAI
Hall I -uhh-n, .lzlvk Phillips. liulw Ih-iilrr. .luv funlry
lluil Iluln- Ink:-N ilu- zulxzlnlzlge- Ilohl nn llnlrle-s
WI:-1 :nrrirk in Ihr illlrznnnrnl so-nuitillzlls.
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l'hysit-al ctlut-ation plays a large part in tht'
all-arountl mln-yt-lopim-nt ot' the Aquinas stu-
mlvnt, limphasis is plat-ul on gt-nvral physiral
training' and intramural competition in a va-
iitty ot' sports. Vntler thc' canahlv supvr-
yision ol' the physiral tlircrtor. Mr. Frank
Yaclworny. an l'YU'Il4lX't' intramural nrograni
has ht-on tlvyt-lopt-tl.
World pearv, now that it has lation attainwl
in soma- me-asurv will not he maintained cas-
ily. Those guarrling it must have stamina
physival, niontal anti spiritual. ln thc- flvvel-
oynnent ot' this stamina physiral vnlucation
plays an important part in tht- vclut-ation ol'
youth. To at'hic-x'1- this entl a well-rountleml
prograin ol' physic-al ctlucation has lm-en tui-
nishwl l'or tht- Aquinas stutlt-nt.
The iutvrost shown hy the hoys in intra-
mural vompotition this year was undoubtedly
at its highest. In tourh football Johnny Mc-
l"arlanrl's st-nior squad, the "Giants," took thv
annual intramural football tournament hon-
ors as it stoamrollerl Phil BIara's freshman
"Cats," 6-0. Mara's outfit was the first plehe
tvam to aclvanve- to tht' finals in years of in-
tramural foothall. Un the harflwoocl court
frosh squacls rlirln't farv as well. Two senior
trams. Klt'l"arlan4l's and Fayrefs. leaflers in
thvir i'm-spun-tiyv leagues. Wert' paired against
vavh other hut'orv a gynt-pavketl stutlvnt autli-
thzumps in lluq- inlrnmnrznl 1-zuzv luurnn-3: l':ul Iloylz-.
im Wlnss. Louis I-'zurvt 4l'l. IIQ-nrp Ilnlclc-n. lluh
llursn-3, llill Hivkinus-r.
Hill Nivkingo-r sinks nur in lhv 1-:luv linaul.
lhlllllvrs-up on Ihr hunlunnul vunrlz Hal! " "' -n. .Inv
'ren-su-h HW. 'l'0nu Wlvlzlnn. .lark l"r:lln-Q-su-nn. .Invk
Phillips. XI hnshurn.
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P' 1 ,' ...H-
fffet like been . . .
Taking advantage of an early spring, twenty-five potential golf-
ers reported to the golf coach, Father Grady, in early March. 'Two
up and coming freshmen, Andy Zag and Phil Mara, emerged victori-
ous in the preliminary T2-hole tryout over the rolling Twin Rivers'
layout. These two linksmen, used to fill in around last year's return-
ing lettermen, captain Howard Bruml-eve and District Caddy champ.
Leo Korpieski, were among the starting four.
The Terriers faced South in the opening fray. The Bulldogs
afforded little more than a warmup, as they went down to a 16-U RN, I.-, In G,.,,,l,,. 0.15. ,.,,,, ph. nm
drubbing. Korpieski was medalist with an 831. With Columbus Hmmm nr ""' 'ew' "l' "wh"
Academy furnishing the second round of competition, the Irish
foursome again swung out and garnered an easy 15-1 victory. In the
next three matches Aquinas mastered Linden McKinley 16-O, Central
1512-12 and West 1112--152. ln the match with defending champ
North the Terriers went to the last hole before gaining an 8-8 tie.
To date the Green and Gold golfers have amassed 82 points, out
of a possible 96, to 14 for their opponets. Captain Brumleve and
Andy Zag lead in individual points with 2112 each out of a possible 24. Korpieski is far out in front in low medal
score with an 84 evarage. To date too, the team has won five, tied one and lost none. East, St. Charles, Bexley,
Grandview and Arlington are still to be met. From the present showing the team is conceded an even chance to
bring home to Aquinas its first golf championship.
To provide material for the future, a team was entered in the "B" league. Coached by Father Small, it con-
sists of Paul Lancia, Tom Poticino, Jack Blanchard and John Karsko. Thus far, the "B" team is doing very
well, sharing a first place tie with Weste1'ville and Worthington. They have won five and lost one. Arlington is
yet to be met.
Hack Row: 'rlllll Poliseno. Dxlvm- Lissku. Toni Hxlns. L90 Korpieski. Puul Vogel. Pnnl Lllllolu, Joe lh-fnrlu, llnlph
D'Errico. Front Row: Cnpiuln Howard Brumleve. John liursko. Dh-k lhlpp. Andy Ing, Gino Bran-uloni, Don Gulliq-k,
Jzlck Blnnvhnrd. Phil Maru.
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