New Sheffield Coach Tom Drummond
EISENHAUER TO e£ SUCCEEDED BY NEW MENTOR different opponents were met, and only nine could gain an edge in the series varied length. He turned turned tmtr hts greatest combinatton.<T in 1929-30 and 1930-31 when the clubs won 47-, lost 10 And tied five. Tv’o basketball title,^ in the northern northern division of District Nine were collected in these years. Drummond, w'ho takes the chbres,' is a graduate of FJast Sttoudiiburg State Teachers’ Col- Shefiield July 2 -When Thomas i through hi,^ work Ian year Drummond takes over the coach- | ^«r^sistant coach hp gain^'d many iug reins at Sheffield High school in ^’’^h him succc . ts as the fall, it w’ill be the start of the I third coaching regime at the Wolverine Wolverine institution. Drummond was I assistant coach iast season, working working under L. O. Ei.senhauer. who has served for ten years in the position. position. Eisenhauer v. as promoted to the principalship of the Sheffield High school last Februarj’. However, he continued his coaching activities until the end of the school year. During the decade that he has! (10). been in charge of athletics at Shef-i New York izzo Janazo. 144 : field high, Eisenhauer has compil- | Brooklyn, outpointed Mickey Ser- (3/ The Ajsociated Press) Albany. N. Y.--Johnny Jadick 139, Philadelphia, outpointed Joe Vignali, 1371,2. Walerbury. Conn.. enviable record the and has i iga-iid'for himself the respect of ¡all thoie with whom he came in ' contact, Eisenhauer’s football ; many games as they i lost, or better. Nine of the ten ' basketball teams topped the .500 i^rid in only two seasons did composite summary composite 1 more defeats than victories. show rlan, 142. Scranton, Pa.. (8 Pittsburgh - Lou Ambers, nO’». Herkimer. N. Y.. outpointed Fritzi Zivic, 138H. Pittsburgh, (10 1 .! Patsy Hennigan. 134. Clairton, Pa., outpointed Eddie Zivic, 134’ 2 . Pittsburgh, Holyoke, Mass. I^ou Lombardi, 139, Jersey City, stopped Lou Ter-; ry. 135, St. Louis, (2». Columbus, O. Eddie Allen, 152. Eistenhauer teams won 1S2, host! Springfield, Ohio, and Joe O Mal- 106 and tied eight contests for a j ley. 152, Columbus, drew-, (6i. percentage of .632. Thirty-three 1 Washington, D. C. Tony Rock.