Cialella Brothers 12.14.1938=9 BDC

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Cialella Brothers 12.14.1938=9  BDC - SELECTIONS OF TOP GRID STARS WERE CAREFULLY...
SELECTIONS OF TOP GRID STARS WERE CAREFULLY MADE Committee Went Into .Each Individual s Record Ver> Carefully HOW THEY RATED; Outlines The Basis On Which The Team W as Picked The record compiled 1»* Hi* eb v< n individuals rated us the year’s “top” stars in the I<owcr Bucks School Con ercnce for (he season just closed wfefe chosen carefully. Comprising the committee were James 1*. l>oheuy basketball coach at Pallaington, chair man; Mike DeRlsl, FallsinRton coach Mike Derrick, Yardley coach; and Loti Tomlinson, local scholastic sports ic porter. The committee made its selection; on the basis of the following: PICA—“Little, but oh, my!” is tin- old proverb used to descrilM- Joe ploy. He didn’t allow his midget size to handicap himself Instead, he ex hihited a stellar brand of ball all sea son. Not used often as a pass receiver nevertheless Joe was a good offensive player who blocked well for his si/.< On defense he often tossed opposing ball carriers for losses or was sweep ing away the interference on an end run to pave the way for the secondary to make the tackle. His play rated him tile Iwst end in tlie league. LR1IR One of the "three reasons" why the Owls had a winning combina tion this year instead of a loser as was expected. He played good ball from whistle to whistle. Quick to follow punts down the field lie in variably caught the opposing sat t\ man in his tracks or after only a very short gain. Many times he downed the l>all before his opponent could get a chance to run with it. A stellar de fen Be man. Lehr was also a fine blot k er who cleared the path on many on a sions for Owl ball carriers. His play ing was instrumental in beating HiT tol. In fact, he scored Bensaleiii'- touchdown In that game and late scored one in the first Newtown tilt His play spoke for itself when, niter injuries forced him to the sideline the Owls' front line of defense fell apart, noticeably especially in the Morrisvllle game. SAK — -One of the stalwarts on lirls tol’s line. Only Bridgeport was able to gain more than a hundred yard: through the Cards’ forward line Sak was one of the main reasons for liris tol's tight defensive play, lib work upholding the fine standard of guard »day for which Bristol guard: are noted, which such stars as Al, Tom and Vince Profy, the Cialella brother; Leon and Joe. and Erny Ora/i. union." others, exhibited in the past few years Sak was always down under punt like an eagle swooping for Its prev and could be seen many times in tin- opposing team’s bat'kfield tossing lival backs for losses. TOMLINSON—The first Bristol o n or», eat and the and { vv I ; tot i i nis i i : j : "go • the the not I lie sa I in j I 1 j foi ed

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  1. The Bristol Daily Courier,
  2. 14 Dec 1939, Thu,
  3. Page 8

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