Loughlin Games

The “Loughlin Games” (Bishop Loughlin HS, Brooklyn) were held on December 13; Bishop Loughlin finished fourth overall and in first place among the Catholic schools.

LINE Newsletter, January 1, 1964, p. 7.

South Hills (Seton-La Salle) Wins Tournament

South Hills Catholic HS (Pittsburgh; later renamed Seton-La Salle HS) won the third annual Bishop O’Connell HS basketball tournament (Arlington, VA).

Newsbriefs of Baltimore, December 1963, p. 5.

La Salle Wins Quaker City Tournament

50SportsLaSalleECACChampsThe Explorers of La Salle College won the ECAC Quaker City basketball tournament with victories over Northwestern, Georgetown, and St. Bonaventure. In this photograph taken by Charles Sibre (La Salle magazine, Winter 1964), La Salle coach Bob Walters was carried from the Palestra court by his jubilant players.

Newsbriefs of Baltimore, December 1963, p. 6.

District Trampoline Arrives

“Mater Christi HS boasts a first in its possession of the district’s first trampoline. It also has the highest percentage of Brothers semi-incapacitated with stiff necks, sprained ankles, and torn cartilages.”

LINE Newsletter, March 1, 1964, p. 8.

Toronto Sports Stars Attend Banquet

On December 4, the annual football and soccer banquet was held for St. John’s Training School (Uxbridge, ON), with some sports stars from the Toronto Argonauts (CFL) and the Toronto Maple Leafs (baseball) in attendance.

Annals of St. John’s Industrial/Training School, pp. 396-398.

Central and North Catholic Rival Game

The student council of Central Catholic HS sponsored a pre-game parade from Central to the field house of the University of Pittsburgh for the showdown between Central and rival North Catholic; the Vikings prevailed, 65-43.

Newsbriefs of Baltimore, February 1964, p. 7.

St. Mary’s Phys Ed

St. Mary’s HS (Waltham, MA) has inaugurated a physical education program through its usage of the Waltham Boys’ Club once a week.

LINE Newsletter, January 1, 1964, p. 3.

Narragansett Brothers Receive Boat

A beautiful 18-foot Lyman Runabout, with a 50 HP motor, was donated to the Brothers at Narragansett.

LINE Newsletter, January 1, 1964, p. 10.