phil manno09241936

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phil manno09241936 - Anxious to get away to just as an impressive...
Anxious to get away to just as an impressive start as Tech's Red Raiders did in beating Olyphant 35 - 0 last week, Central's Golden Eagles are being primed to run up a big score against the Carbon - dale Pioneers when they meet Saturday at Athletic Park in the opening game of a doubleheader. St. Thomas College and Mansfield Mansfield will meet in the other half. Although not expected to match last yearns unbeaten eleven the Walker is the outstanding hold - current Central team has plenty ' ,. . " . of weight and experience. Its sue - over on the llne and around whom cess will depend on the newcomers i the forward wall is being built. who are to fill the key positions held last season by Harry Zarik and Joe Flaherty, backfleld stars; Edgar Cardwell and Vaughn Evans, guards; John Munchak, tackle, Bill Kelleher, end, and Matt Messa, center. Holdovers in the backfleld are Cocaptain Earl Walker, quarterback, quarterback, and Casimer Yanish, fullback. fullback. Al Bazis, Les Mondelli and Angello Scacehitti are fighting for the halfback posts. Nealon Ace in Line Bill Nealon, 206 pound tackle and cocaptain of the team with Tony Malachauski is being groomed for the other tackle position position while Phil Manno is likely to be the starting center. The guards will probably be Lloyd Jones and Tony Soefanelli. Bugno and Baustein, both of whom saw much action last season, will be the ends. At Carbondale the hopes of a successful team is discouraging as Frank Cerminaro, the track star, is the only holdover from last season. The team's coach is still undecided as "Cappy" Burnett, who has been drilling the team,

Clipped from The Scranton Republican24 Sep 1936, ThuPage 14

The Scranton Republican (Scranton, Pennsylvania)24 Sep 1936, ThuPage 14
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