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Hammond Times (Newspaper) - May 25, 1961, Hammond, Indiana Await New Names In Fix The Hammond Times Formerly Lake County Times SPORTS Thursday May 25 1961 Page Freiberger Gives Views TIME By Jeff Keate Northwest Crews Eye State Lemon or SPECULATING By JOHN WHITAKER in SPORTS LAFAYETTE that the Big Ten TT ence was remotely involved in the mushrooming college scandal cast no pall over the annual golf tea and prime ribs spectacular Wednesday on the famed South Course Commissioner Kenneth L Wilson and Reed who replaces Wilson on July 1 were anything but alarmed after reading carbons of wire stories from New York which told of how Connie Hawkins Iowa freshman until 8 days ago had been paid by a York gambler to contact college players Hawkins was quoted later in the day by a Dubuque la writer to the effect that I didn't line up any Big Ten players for them It was just guys I knew from high school in New Obviously the Big Ten office anticipated attempts by gamblers to fix Conference otherwise they wouldn't have had sleuths checking betting odds and keeping close tab on coaches By LOREN TATE Times Sports Writer A trim crew of athletes from upper northwest will invade Indianapolis Saturday with in- tent to prove once again that the sons of industry are the ruling class in Indiana prep sports competition Gary Roosevelt's Panthers are favored capture their third consecutive track and their 6th in 11 years at Indianapolis Tech Field LaPorte is the defending golf titlist and will be backed by Calumet Region entries Hammond High and Gary lace at Coffin Course It is difficult to imagine Gary Roosevelt faltering Coach Jim Leek has two sparkling relay teams and seven individuals including senior speedster Rich wav ALSO FIGURING in the meet is an East Chicago ington team built almost ex- around Bernard Rivers and Clarence Robinson Rivers a sophomore who took second in the state yard dash last year will at- tempt to reverse two breaking sprint losses to loway in last week's regional Robinson is a contender in the CLIFF FREIBERGER broad jump and high hurdles Both are members of a mile relay team which should place unless a spike injury in Richie Rodger's heel prevents him from running Anything can happen in the state says Freiberger Roosevelt will be hurt in the field events and if we get full production from Rivers and Robinson we could be a factor Gary Roosevelt is favored in the relays but I've seen some strange things happen in those events CAN RIVERS beat Who can say There wasn't six inches be- BERNARD RIVERS tween them in the 100 day In fact from where I stood I thought Rivers won A picture was taken of the finish and it showed Calloway at the tape with Rivers just an in- stant away Rivers is confident he can win this adds berger Robinson had an off day at Mishawaka and we should be happy he qualified He didn't warm up properly and didn't run his normal hurdle race We have some great hurdlers in this Grudzinski of Hobart Don Bayer of Emerson and Clay Leek of Gary anyone who wins will have to be sharp Robinson learned his son Saturday and should come back strong This is his last outdoor season He won't be eligible after the indoor season next points out berger WHILE GARY ROOSEVELT does not figure in the four field events tne Calumet Region does not have to gize for its entries Dan Jones of Valparaiso is the only thinclad who figures in three field events He won the pole vault and broacl jump at Mishawaka and tied for first in the high jump with Adam Kocal of Hammond High Kocal who took second in the state last year appears to be reaching his peak He cleared was as high as anyone else More Involved Says Indicted NYU Star NEW YORK one of the latest players named in the college basketball scandals today revealed that there's plenty more to come The New York University court star said that during a half-dozen secret appearances before a New York County grand jury he a lot of basketball players who haven't been identified yet in the investigations Maybe some of them were just called in for general questioning and said But I think they're going to involve more guys before this thing is over of M 1 ers from 10 colleges named i Wednesday in a issued by the grand jury against Joseph Hacken an ployed New York ibler who is accused of being the fixer who bribed or attempted bribe the players Musical Chairs Tell Time By DALE BURGESS INDIANAPOLIS Scoring Those accused of fixing games Art Hicks and and timing the annual I Henry Gunter of Seton Hall Uni- Memorial Day race at the and Mike Parent and apolis Motor Speedway is a com- Chrystal former St John's bination of electronics and j University players Hicks a n d cal chairs w Gunter had previously been The complicated business in Indiana's four whe Hacken was the entire second floor of the jumped in Indiana s four re- 17 with his pal big control tower j Aaron Wagman who is awaiting it hit a peak of frenzy last when the lead changed a record Seven other players named in 29 times before winner Jim 1 the indictment were accused of mann finall roared t Rod whose tires were worn out meets Kocal edged up a notch to in the city meet Tuesday Only other entries from Hammond and East Chicago are shot putters Gary Eldridge of Hammond High and Larry Jimerson of East Chicago Roosevelt Both could finish in the money although ites are massive football ers Tom of Michigan City and Spencer Givens of Richmond with 10 miles to go actually are two a FRIDAY Tech Clark Win Squeakers Dale Vieau may be Coach of the Year for his work with a ror Casimir double and youthful Hammond Tech baseball team but veteran Em Aldrich single ended it Smolar relieved Hmurovich Clark can't be far behind players and officials Although nobody familiar with basketball recruiting policies rules out the possibility that a character or two may have been com- in the Big chances are remote Iowa Both continued their heart attack victory pace Wednesday Tech clinched at least a share of the west side title but the Tigers must handle Clark Friday if they're to clinch the Western winner Noll Hires Rose as Asst Coach Paul Rose 22 a June graduate the top of the ninth and was Purdue University has been They are Tony Jackson scoring St John's star more ace Fred Crawford of St I Maurice Gilmore of Colorado U Sylvester Blye who in played briefly at Seattle U caf vatore Vergopia formerly of The final official standings agara U and Alfred Saunders a PaPer running and James Robinson both an timer which Bradley U marks each car's passage through In addition Roger Brown a the beam of an electric eye at freshman at the University of the starting line The car number Dayton and Cornelius Connie is entered manually I Hawkins a freshman star at lowai Tne more frantic activity is in who has since dropped out of a long adjoining room where 33 school were accused of acting sit in a row facing the intermediaries for Hacken jing line Each is assigned to a single car and has a bundle of 200 Division playoff berth this week Tech ran its loop mark to s-o Western Standings and its winning streak to 10 as officials for example questioned varsity basketball Ken Little John hit a 3 yesterday and were satisfied none have been involved in the run homer in the last of the Hawkins maneuverings Purdue as usual won the golf competition President Frederick L Hovde outscored Dr David D Henry the prexy 82 to 95 Athletic Director Guy Red Mackey fired a 78 against the 84 posted by Doug Mills The Pete Elliott also authored a 78 to ward off Jack of 83 but Ray Eddy the Purdue basketball coach clinched it for the Boilermakers by Harry Combes these losing count while bouncing balls of the oaks elms and hickories that line the South Course fairways Purdue hopes for a sweep were ruined by a pair ol loading sports writers one a graduate ol Illinois and the other George Bellinger an IU product who did a job on Joe Rudolph Purdue alumni secretary and Jim Snook the Boilermakers ace contact man in the met Oratory was held to a minimum at the Hills but both Presidents looking like plain Joes in gayly colored sport shirts were up to the occasion It's entirely possible that there'll be golf buggies on lake a from Franklin O And western always pleading a shortage of talent nudged Purdue in the race for at least four top drawer footballers Purdue and Illinois grid staffs are agreed that the Illini ed off the best backer prospect of the last five years in Rich Butkus the from Chicago Everybody was hopeful that Purdue's Bernie AHen would col- lect at least for signing a major league bonus on ation in early June I'd most give him 50 Gs to play terback for me one more says Mollenkopf a coach who confident he has everything else in the way of talent Notre D a m e's which seems assured with the presence of so much holdover ent and a wealth of big Purdue saw the Irish spring Even so the inning to nip East Chicago ington CLARK now outlasted Hammond High in a thriller with reliever Bob Smolar singling home the winning run In the only other league con- test Whiting tallied seven runs in the first two innings and went on to trim East Chicago Roosevelt behind the solid mound work Drevyanko A by Jim Huckaby in the first W Hammond Tech 8 Clark 7 Hammond High 5 Whiting E C Roosevelt 2 E C Washington 0 9 GAMES TONIGHT Washington at Roosevelt Block Stadium p.m GAMES FRIDAY Clark at Hammond Tech 4 p.m Hammond High at Whiting 4 p.m Af Hammond High C Washington hired as head wrestling and football coach at Bishop BROWN RECEIVED and Hawkins accepted from en for introducing players to the gambler according to Dist Atty Frank Hogan Hacken in a sense numbered cards one for each lap around the mile track He flips a card each time his car goes past That's just the beginning The according to an was Brown and Hawkins to men with the cards start out L 0 2 4 4 I Pitcher Koss l by Nolf UP system of in the starting order 6 I Karl Huffine ne might approach with day for example the man with ture bribes Hogan said cards of Eddie While Hacken named the position winner in the time trials sole defendant David Budin start out in seat No 1 If Jim 000 201 000 013 Sopko and Wolfson HT Boggess Koss Anderson 7 and will fill i u DeRolf Makis IlU Positions held ECW Machuca Home K I last year by Georse Wilson Littlejohn 0 Boggess 3 football COach at 0 Anderson Carmel High School in Clark Hammond High R H E 000 010 2 1 000 100 6 5 Roeder and Pauls A reserve guard at Purdue er side doing much in the way of hitting The Wildcats got only two and doubles by Fred Fritz and clark had only four Drevyanko in the second buried into the ninth when an er- the Rough Riders Things were beginning to look tough for us in the sixth noted Vieau as he looked back on a deficit with only two turns at bat remaining That's when Butch Hundley and Dave dowski Roeder c zycki Walk Roeder 0 Hmurovich 6 Smolar 0 Strike 11 Hmurovich 9 Smolar 0 Winning At R H E j E C Roosevelt 200 020 8 2 Whiting 340 101 10 2 Jusczak Barsich C2 and R Gorney W Drevyanko and Hruskocy Fritz yanko ECR R Gorney Fritz ECR R Gorney Beatty Jackson 3 Barsich 1 Drevyanko 5 Barsich 2 Drevyanko 8 Losing tain of the Brooklyn College in third place scoots team during the into the lead Sachs watcher will season was listed as a out of his seat and ator Budin was described by boy will jump into it wJI work primarily as a Hacken partner who This musical chairs game will the linemen i allegedly recruited players in go on for about four hours The Rose is a conspiracy will be identified on All the players who testified their backs and Scoreboard op- missed his the grand jury were will make adjustments by sity football immunity from prosecution ter at watching the shuffle Anderson singles to came open through with the ina final the hilly South Course in the South Bend future seeing as how Dr Hovde j isn't 100 per cent in with Mackey's emphasis on walking by everybody University presidents included ers expect to be ready and ling when the Irish come here on Oct 7 and anxious to avenge that trouncing last season frame Ken Littlejohn fouled off and then unloaded long home run to dead center field Earlier this year the stocky freshman beat Washington with a double in the ninth inning ANDERSON who will hurl against Clark Jack Bowers Purdue en was arraigned in General as a junior Court before Judge Gerald two minutes who set June 1 as a new board along the main stretch and played sparingly 1 hearing date last fall due an infection End Rose is a graduate of St EAST LANSING Mich Central High School in Notre Dame which h JO in 1957 He is married almost 50 years lone son 10 months closed the book on its worst ROSE today after taking a All 33 positions are shown on hand-operated boards at other points Drivers however usually watch just the first five positions which appear in larger numbers The main chance for error curs when a car goes into the pits for tires and fuel The pit Lazar's 5th Shutout Gives Griffith Title EAST GARY Southpaw Dan Lazar hurled his fifth shutout in Huffine head with hvo Sames to play is not recorded on eight league starts to defeat East Gary here Wednesday and chief assistant Rose line lano give Griffith the undisputed Calumet Conference baseball j and Jim Scherer freshman coach ing from Michigan State apron although part of the THE REVAMPED NOLL The loss Wednesday left the course is not crossed by the Iball staff is now composed with a record Michigan trie eye beam and a car's pit tape The win gave Griffith a league record and a overall chart considered by Griffith veterans as the best baseball record in the history of the school IN THE two seasons Felix AN ALL-DAY Prexy of North Boosters -j j ii i Friday made another vital relief has been coach the Pan appearance in the seventh inning have won of games the win No 2 Phil Koss received credit for the victory Griffith scored all its Eagle lefty Jack Campbell in the third inning after two were out Lefties Dave Hmurovich Koby who carried a 625 makes for lots of yak not all ofj which can be repeated but The Speculator knows some of ing items weren't classified in- formation Coach Jack Mollenkopf for example wanted Bob many boosters to know that the former mond High guard is a cinch to rate the 1961 traveling squad and earn a varsity monogram So maybe you should write that FOUR products of mond High meaning Don Gary Eldridge George Pappas and Schwingendorf could earn 1962 letters at due New officers of the Thornton and Boeder of league average into the contest mond High locked up in a tight sandwiched a hit between walks pitcher's duel at Clark with to Dave Price and Gary Fagan Fractional North Boosters K v i Ollie Breclaw is vice-president Mrs Henry Magdaz is secretary and Mrs Frank Matula is urer Mrs Bernard Zdanowski is membership chairman Bob ards is activity chairman ert George is publicity chairman and James Whitlock is ing chairman The club has voted to purchase a blocking sled for the football team before next season Florence Prexy Ray Eddy's been Qf for years doing everything sible to guard his basketball player against scandals I never pair the same two boys on any road trip they are not allowed to leave a hotel alone and all tele- phone or be The Morton Adult Athletic Assn will be headed by Robert Florence for the coming year Florence was elected president while Clem Wiechecki was elected dent Ed Stryzinski treasurer and cleared through he says Mrs Lester Barno secretary Eddy refuses to name the two Films of the Morton no- high school stars who shopped nin game against East Chicago at Purdue not long ago and went I Roosevelt will be shown at the elsewhere when All-American Terry Dischinger told them due had not provided him with a convertible Michigan beat 50 to the greatest prep quarterback prospect in the one Bob Timber next meeting on Monday June 5 Awards were presented to 24 graduating athletes and two cheerleaders at the 6th annual banquet held at a Schererville restaurant Coach John Baratto of East Chicago Washington was principal speaker to load the bases I Scherer will take over the frosh First left by Joe DeSoto who was Jerry Palko drove in three as head football coach at I with a double and Steve Stiglitz j Marian Catholic High School added a single to score Palko Chicago Heights Scherer has also been promoted LAZAR GAVE up single hits in to assistant basketball coach the fifth and seventh innings as John Dermody with Tom he handcuffed Eagle batters head baseball coach the way Oddly he fanned only handling freshman basketball three after averaging 14 per game duties throughout the season At East STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE W Francisco 22 SHE Griffith OOJ 000 7 1 East Gary 000 000 2 2 Lazar and Pagan EG Campbell and Poe Palko 3 Campbell 4 Strike Outs 3 Campbell 4 South Wins Plays North CRETE tional South is angling for its j ond baseball ord when the Rebels in vade T F North at 4 p.m today Coach Verne Morris crew ed Crete Monee here Wednesday after building up a 0 lead on the pitching by Jim Ogborn through the first innings 20 Cincinnati 20 Milwaukee 16 St Louis 15 Chicago 12 Philadelphia 11 L 13 13 16 16 17 18 23 Pet 629 606 590 556 485 455 343 324 GB 1 1 5 6 10 AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet 711 595 Thursday's Pittsburgh at vs Cardwell Philadelphia at Milwaukee night Green or Ferrarese vs Willey Los Angeles at St Louis vs Gibson Only games scheduled Friday's Games San Francisco at Chicago Philadelphia at Cincinnati night Los Angeles at Milwaukee night Pittsburgh at St Louis night Detroit 27 Cleveland 22 New York 19 Baltimore 21 Minnesota 18 Washington Boston 15 Kansas City Chicago 14 Los Angeles 13 11 15 15 18 19 21 19 18 23 559 538 486 462 441 438 378 371 GB A Wednesday's Results NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh Chicago Thursday's Pitchers Detroit at or Lary vs Ramos Washington at Kansas vs Daisy Cleveland at Los 3 0 vs or Woeller Boston at New York vs Ford Chicago at Baltimore 1 vs Barber Friday's Games Chicago at New York night Boston at Baltimore night Minnesota at Kansas City at Cleveland maV Detroit at Los Angeles 010 101 140 000 11 11 I thought we'd never get Labine 7 and Smith out in the seventh said Morris 6 1 Wednesday's Results AMERICAN LEAGUE Anderson 6 Wright 8 and Bertell Winner Boston 000 TOO NPW York nno ith Kindall 1st Clemente Nichols 8 I REMOVED Ogborn at the end of the sixth and they got Philadelphia 001 soo s i hitc nff Milwaukee 000 100 401 1st twilight nits ott our two relief 53 na Dairymple K ers had to throw a runner bart Drabowsky 4 7 Baltimore 000 OUt at third to end thp mmp Mahon o and Torre Shaw Pizarro 8 and LoMar s dl 10 me nme 23 Smith Brown 4-l and Loser Outfielder Dave paced the Rebel attack san Francisco ooo ooo 9 i with home runs and a single m ooa HIS blast in the first in- O'Toole Nunn S Bridges 9 and Baltimore 000 002 5 i i i- j man Kemmerer Lown 6 Baumann 8 mng sending South quickly ahead Pinson S and Carreon 8 Hail Stock J Catcher Dennis Norman also 9 three hits for South Angeles 001 001 e Lee Johnson cracked a triple and sherry son 9 and Smith Washington 021 000 Jackson City 100 010 5 Single White W Davis Loop Champs Morton's Governors overall with 10 con- wins have clinched the championship of the new Independent baseball league with a record They play their final league game at Park Friday 4 p.m against Hobart From left are Gene Bob Guzek Coach Jack Georgas Ted Hupp and Jim Palmer Georgas has a five-year record of 52 wins and 22 losses since instituting baseball at Morton Hammond Times Photo At R H E F South OJO 2 000 000 Ogborn Goldyn Mullen 7 and Norman CM Ruskin Krizan 7 and Peters Eason TFS Valiska IPS Johnson Norman Home TFS Mildebrandt 2 2 Goldyn 0 Mullen 1 Ruskin 2 Krizan 1 3 Strike 9 Goldyn 1 Mullen 0 Ruskin 3 2 vlk 2 Winning Losing Major League Stars M ah alley beat Braves with a ing out five and walking three for seventh complete game top total in maiors in eight starts Hansen Orioles hauled Sox lead with homer In eighth Inning for victory and twi night double-header sweep after the home run by Gus Triandos won first game Sturdivant Gabler 8 Burnside Daley Archer Kunkel 8 and Sullivan Gabler Detroit 001 n Minnesota 000 020 Mossi Fischer 7 and Brown Pascual Lee 5 Sadowski 7 and Mossi Kaline Versalles Killebrew Cleveland 014 ooo 020 7 n o Los Angeles 000 000 1 4 3 Bell and Romano 3 Garver 7 Morgan 9 and Averill Losar
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