Delaware County Daily Times from Chester, Pennsylvania on December 13, 1956 · Page 111
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CHESTER - Bob Rushlon. roll- illE in I he N'o. 4 StlOl for V R;in. ebo, tamo up with the liighesl series of tho season in the Chester Major Bowling League Wed nesday nilu when lie racked up a PMcS 0T1MALL .S"ITre ratn?us "raoviB producer t"" leftfi shown with member, of the 'whiL (h0 nl y,-ooto-l"-m. -Ihe player in the background with hand cupped to' face, is John P. Ban- who died recently ia Wisconsin W WJ 7 L ni? f " brl0ef u01'?;.001- Claronce T" Starr, former PMC director of athletics. Others e t to right a re C?Scs rtMiS ;Bala G0dlOe' AhurL.BorrS C. Marshall Wilhelm, former head of the pSnlUSa e ' "tjM-Ofi F.ngpne Hoopes, now a wnter of western stories, and Thomas P. Lilley. Col0 St EI Rancho Posts 2-1 THURSDAY, DKO. (3, ml CIIKKTKK (PA.) TIMES 47 in Will Bowling. The two 2-1-tenm leagues of. I he scries, aided with a 221 'single. Suti Oil Refijicrv briiw their fh-sl hall to a close next Monday,, with two contrasting races. In the "B" Section, the Carpenters and T Plant each won low and the Ca mentors retain I heir '03 set to pace the Ranchers' to. a one point lead. Next 'week beius arr CHESTER Iii 1S96, a young man pedaled his bicycle all the way from Pompton,' N. J., to Chester where he enrolled at Pennsylvania Military Preparatory School. The following year, the lad attended PMC and played on the scrub football team, ihe equivalent of today's junior varsity. : Although a pretty fair athlete, (he boy played only, one . season I exnert fonrnr u -iiViL. W He Leu school man and he took part in practi-j time to correspond with Co!. Frank to join Oie army at the. outbreak cally all the extra-curricular activ- Dayton Awards ZuIIi Trophy DAY TON. O. The .University of Dayton has perpetuated the memory of one ot its tinest athletes with the presentation of the first annual Lt. .-Andrew W. Zulli Jr. Memorial Trophy. Zulli, former football great at Clifton Heights High before enrol ling at Dayton, was killed lasl summer in Germany while serving with the army. The award, presented to the Day ton football player displaying outstanding sportsmanship and character. The award this vcar was made fo Jerry Bush, senior back darn good sport," recalled Starr i.u.ii.Uu.LMUu, u. joi ms illustrious classmate Me was a good gymnast, an o the Spanish-American War. Fortunately1 for he entertainment world, the youth was' turned cloVn because of his age. the' greatest He entered the American Academy of Dramatic Art -anri linuv some 60 years later, he is recog nized as trie greatest movie producer of all time Cecil B. De-Mille. Shortly-- after, completing-""The Ten Commandments." his 70th and greatest Dicture in tt veavs oE movie making, nr;!iiii u-a visited on the Paramount lot by loi. uarence T. Starr, a class mate of DeMille's and now special athletic consultant to PMC' Starr, former athletic director who was graduated - in '30, pre seated DeMille with a picture of the scrub team on which he played ana a copy of Jus grades at PMC. GOOD STUDENT De.Milic was an excellent stu dent, ranking fourth in his class vi.th a 31.2 average, ' ne was quue popular and a 4i. it Jos at the college." Starr also described DeMille as meticulous in his drp looking boy who was vcrv nonular with the young folks in Chester." HIT FROM START Despite an exhaustive schedule that would wilt many a mart ounger than DeM die's 75. years, K, Hyatt, nresidcnl emeritus of PMC. In a recent letter,, DeMille ex pressed great nteasure with the in i DeMille's 2-1 victory over Polish National Alliance ai Penn Itec. Rushton added high single hon ors for the evening: when ho Jed off with a sparkling ' 2&S which was Loiiowea by 2ij(j and '111 John Tam- avich had for the losers. John J. Kelly took over undis puted possession ol third place with a 2-1 nod over MAG Bodv' lnop wnten dropped to fourth, Newt Myei-K put together games Of 225-1.79-202 for a fflfi for the winners, and Hal Messick rolled 235-17R-177 for 5D0 lor M&G, 1.I.OVD j,i:ai)'s Lloyd's Men's Shop retained Us top .spot by Inking a pair from last place Sportsman's Bar. Pud Sweeny kept ihe leaders from be ing upset with a 193-20 1-213 for 610, and Ev Diekernori sparked the losers with 221-176-221 for GlS. In ihe only other match rolled ; Lloyd AC toppled Automatic Vend ing. 2-1. as Bert Smith comniled a oB7. Harv Broeden started fast for the Vendors -with a 23 j but added ilil and 1SS for 592. ,was produced at a1 standings In (he "A" Section, (he Survey ors have the first half in the bag, holding a lead ot eight points over second place Turbo Shop. The Surveyors continued their hot scoring-streak cracking a 1073 single and a standout 313G series. Audie. Atkins, ace ol the Store-louse five, was the highest scorer n either league tapping a 217 sin gle and a trio of C3j KllOCK-aown nilc. t lf team: ar matched according to league po sition, and in (he "B"' Section three teams have a chance to con top honors.' Carpenters with 10 wins. 12 Plant with 30 and Metallurgical With ?,S nifi Jill in Hi halite Thd big gun in" the 12 Plant's victorvi Lakers hasketball was Bill Plank wuh a hi2h 589' 2-13 nounds Ed Kalafat of the Minneapolis team weighs and broad sword the famous producer still takes, mandmcnts, .rtr-i- pi: nnn nrn ..j i .i i 1 "W 1j W "L jt.j,uuyTyLiv i:iu. C'UUJU Lloyd's M S. 23 1J Auto Vndtr 20 21 the greatest money maker ' of all CTKASy I2 Jo PNAaRC'! l U (jme - MiO 31 21 Sportsman 14 n It is estimated that more than J a biH ion nontil.i li.nvf cr.n ''Thi vnu-ih m i,!c ,t., !KnS of Kings, DeMille' s 1927 1 first nicture. "The " . . 1J1h"- t,uu"L "e. . 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