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HI IiiRi :';; ■ ■•'• • • .. . ■■ > ■ :• . ■ 7^t.'.**«j*./ • . ■ ®S-sfeSa_S« - ... ;•'■; in |H_H_E-P_-PH ^/j 'ii.nwi—ria.l.vi1 WIM.»iiW.iiimSffi,'»iij rfS_'**'''«K5«t*;»^a«-«,-y*~*'ss-'**'*'■<*«»• * im «*«. -)*«S»lM*»»*s_W-_-»w*iM -.•-k^i'-I"^.^'^^^ IRsBiPPJm |pp|pp|||||||^H^ I •.•_■«'.-•'»••■ v*^M«V»*»*^<WBT^5>r*i.V-!** . , . . ■-.. ...... ... ..>—>. ...... THE OHIO <-_5 E ___*■ "V ■ __kl E ■ IENTINIL Cy Butler's Champion Champs Romp To Another Junior High School Cage Crown SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1959 SPORTS GLEANINGS By BILL BELL • Sports Editor 1'MM- . COACH WILLIAM (CY) BUTLER, SECOND ROW AT RIGHT, is psctsired with Champion's champs. Same row at left is Champion Principal J. Arnett Mitchell. By BILL BELL William (Cy) Butler, veteran Champion Jr. High basketball mentor, piloted hia Champion group to the Northern Division junior high crown with a record of 8-0. In 15 years of cohching at the Osampjon a v. school^Cy has turned* Out live" title winning teams and three runner-sup. This year he lost his top star, Alphonso Burke, to East at mid- season but came up with an adequate replacement to keep his record unblemished by defeat. Members ef the squad are Clarence Glover, Andrew Brandon, Robert Martin, Al* phonso Burke, James Bennett, Michael Mendcnhall, Edward Bias, Jerry Myers, Kenneth Fowl, en, Charles Andes-son, , Frank Hairston, Eiroy Grav- ley, Cotey Crawford, manager, Richard Tanner, Vernon Fields, James Reagan, Larry Doughty and Arnold Rispress, manager. ONLY ROBERT MARTIN of the starting five will be back for next year, which is bad newa for East nigh's opponents, as most of Cy's boys wind up at the-Broadest., school* J? Champion has won 81 of Its last 64 games. OSU Baseball Squad J Ohio Stale university baseball squad departs for Florida, Friday, March 20, for a nine game ecpedule- against four college teams. The squad flies to Jacksonville for a workout Friday afternoon, then meets University of Miami in a double leader at Miami Saturday. Returning to Winter Pk. Mon day, the Buckeyes will participate;'in the annual Rollins college tournament March 23-28. Rollins will be met on the 23rd, JBth and 28th. N. York Univer- aity will be played on .the 24th, 15th 'and 27th, (port of a double- header) Wake Forest will be the opponent March 28. VETERAN MATERIAL Is available in the Infield and outfield but battery strength is needed. Only leitern.cn pitchers avail- \abte_ are southpaw Carl. linger and righthander Dale Denny. Tony Conte is a letterman re* oeivir. «' , Veteran tafiejders. include Cary Haverkamp at first base. Rod'Davis and Jim Wiezbiski, second; Dave Holland, shortstop, and Bob Woehler, third. Veteran outfielders are Capt. Dick Youngpeter, Gary Leppert, John Ramseyer and Dale Hampshire. Former shortstop Tom Mc- Manus has been shifted to the outfield.. SEVERAL SOPHOMORES are making strong bids for position*. These include Walter Peters of Cincinnati who can play all infield positiona as well as catch; infie'ders Dave Murray of Steuben ville, Bob Stearns of'Toledo and John Thomas of Wyoming; pitchers Dave Koblentx^ and Ar- conteste. nold Webb, both of Colilmbus, and outfielders Marion Front- ot Dublin and Francis Sobolewski of Painesville. Approximately 2. players are making the trip with Coach Marty Karow and hia assistant, Alex Clowson. Home season with Kent State. opena April . 26 Game Schedule TALLAHASSEE, Fla.. — The Florida A-M university , nine plays a 28 game baseball slate this spring, which includes one exhibition and 25 SIAC league A FIGHTING COLUMBUS East High team ran out of gas in the final quarter Saturday night in Toledo U. field- house and as a resislt they will have to wast till next year to get another chance to try for the state title. Tha Tigers led Toledo Scott for three quarter* but tha Toiedoane' height began to tell in the final minutes. Also, as fatigue set in tha Tigers 1 oft their shooting touch. Results A 69-66 victory for Scott. Larry Jor.es, East's sharpshooting forward, hit for 30 points. The previous night against Lima he scored 34 points. This weekend the tournament scene shifts to St. John's Arena at Ohio State, where defending champion Cleveland East Tech meets Toledo Scott in the opening AA game at 7:38 Friday night and Mlddletown will clash with Salem at 8:39. Winners will meet Saturday ot 8. In the Class A semi-finals, Salem Local meets Lyrtwood-Jack- sontown at 1:30 and Northwestern and Edgerton will battle it out at 3:30 Friday for the right to meet the winner of the first game Saturday at 2 p. m. Salem Local, with 27-0, and Cleveland Tech, 23-9, have the only clean records. Tech and Class A defending champ North* western are the favorites to repeat. The East Tech Scarabs will carry a winning streak ef 49 straight into the Mini-finals. COLUMBUS JETS SHOULD HAVE THE BEST TEAM Columbus has seen in years if the reserve strength of the Pittsburgh Pirates is any criterion. The Pirates, who were the surprise of the Natl League last season, have a wealth ot material this year at every position. Therefore, it is only natural to expect to seo that surplus material at Jet stadium. Among promising hopefuls who do not appear to have to* ■' much of a chance of crashing the Pirate lincnp are several sepia players who would look good in Jet livery. Heading the list is R. C. Stevens, slugging first sacker who fans remember from 1957. - Then there are hurler Alvln Jackson, outfielder Joe Christopher, a *309 hitter from tha American Ass'n,~and veteran big leaguer Gene Baker. ♦ • • ...» JIM PEAY, A N. YORK BOY. CAME HOME TO THE Garden Saturday against NYU in the national invitational tournament and put £ry_a dazzling .display of basketball. Before he fouled out, Peay "Jtolled doW 2r«l»unds''_nd scored.22 points. -*%■£ -. u .•••"•"-. • * ~ MINNIE MINOSO WAS FJNED $599 FOJB BEING FIVE days late for spring training. Minnie said jae was busy building his new home and appearing In a sport pageant. • • • NO. 1 AND NO. 2 COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYERS HUNO up Saturday night in the NCAA tournament when Cincinnati U.'a Oscar Robertson and Kansas State's Bob Boozer clashed. Despite the fact Kansas State was voted the nation's No. 1 team and Cincinnati was fourth, Oscar turned playmaker to lead the Bearcats to an 85-75 upset. He scored only 24 points, far below, his season average, but he fed off to teammates for 13 buckets and snagged 17 rebounds. a • • M. C. BURTON, MICHIGAN FORWARD, SET A NEW Individual season scoring record this season by scoring 489 points. He came within 11 points of Ron Kramer's three year mark. Burton. Big Ten Conference leader in both scoring and rebound* tag, has a three year mark of 1112 points. He pulled down 2*19 rebounds tb beat Michigan State's John Green by seven. Burton plans to enter.Michigan's Medical school next fat). OatO STATK 10SE01 LlBRARf 15TH.lt 8WH ST. C0UWIB03, OHIO THE OHIO 0BL _E Mf 9 E R 1 THE PEOPLE'S CHAMPION yOL. le. No. 42 SATURDAY, MARCH 28. 1959 20 CENTS COLUMBUS, OHIO r* ________ _______ ,______. ■ SHOOTS — Photos Below, Story On Pagt I VBtMOUNT MERCHAMTS-1NDU5TRI&L BOWLING RESULTS MARCH 17 Bonney-Floyd, 3; Burger Beer, (T James Pharmacy, 2; Roscoe's Car Wash, 1. Reynelds Hardware, 2; Novelty. Food Bar, 1. High single (individual): Charles Byrd, 2M. High three (individual): Lester Craig, 619. High -ingle (team): James Pharmacy, 950. High three (team): Bonney-Floyd, 2687," STANDINGS—"Roscoe's, won 52, lust 35, 74 points. Bonney- Floyd, won 52, lost 35. 70 points. James, won 49M, lost 37%, 07*4 . points. Reynelds, won 38, lost 49, 51 points. Burger, won 37, lost 50. 45 points. Novelty Bar, won --■._, lost 54**., 40% pouata. ,; -'*«;*' « I ^ sy'if^t-^oiaaifmaaimaimuaKiaaKtuma ___B_H__H_--__fi_---_-_-Hg TENSE MOMENTS ARE DEPICTED DURING TEAR GAlBARRAGE THROWN BY POLICE INTO basement of 142 Jefferson av. Tuesday to flush out enraged uncle -who bad shot Benny Mandeville, 37, a few minutes before. Left: Watson Mandeville, father of Benny, talks to police. Right: Officers hold crowd in check. Lower photo. *how spectator* assembled to watch capture of Donald Mandeville, wbo finally crawled from a basement window —Staff Photo* By Combs,
|Description||The Ohio State Sentinel was a weekly African American newspaper based in Columbus, Ohio that was established on June 1, 1949. They covered local Columbus news, and state issues that were important to the African American community.|
|Creator||President Edmund B. Paxton|
|Contributor||Vice President Charles W. Seward|
|Publisher||The Ohio Sentinel Publishing Company|
|Location||Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio|
|Submitting donor/loaner||Micofilm provided by Ohio Historical Society|
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