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Blue Island Sun-Standard (Newspaper) - December 29, 1960, Blue Island, Illinois Martinez Starts First Local Ping-Pong Tourney Fcr School Teen-Agers Dec 29, 1960 I ur tin first tim< cl ill th< i school at I S S til Mid January "nd I Pong Blue Island Sun-Standard SCORE SHEET By DINO Bin ts alUnd hiM or iht i tu i iil( j will be a bit t i me it i< urn um nt will undtr pmodiol' for iimpUition in lfl( r [lu M d lh< p. it of n jjruurA and Ins wif< Jts t Marline of .nil with tlu aid of Ifjiold Strohm id 1 land d ..f the Uuunm 1 atxiia M rt dithti u E has mane all tin tilf and nilir sti d in aiiann ints fur the tttn agtrs spoils aid i thin will in this to miii jt bt prism! at llu tuui nanu nt to 1 im fora pnu D s ufiiii-, Kuinanient .lithe rhp onl (flldhfK )tlurts an t linpmont in his nutation thal Ihi participmts be leen ind his stitid that there rs imndlllfc chool II 1 i small pr di Hit luiii 01 i n 00 drivers in tit ts r ear ot 1960 U ith one more show to be held at tht Amphitheatre Kohler has so iar Itatured 12 cards in the Amphitheatre and Sox Park attiactmj? patrons So it can readih be seen that the (rate leceipts foi the mi_ludmjf the Dec 30 card will pass the halt million dollar mark Drew Breaking down the figures show that in three hite bos. Park cards the past summer w ithm less than two months, Kohler ditw 71 212 pit son-. Nationally known TV stars of u resiling signed Kohler for these iabulous shows Such stai s as the orld's j eight hampion Pat O Conner, the United States heas> weight titleholder Buddv Rogers Sweet Siki the orld's tag team Champions rl he Fabulous Kangaroos, Don lew in and Mark Curtis the Volkoif Brothers the Bastien Biotheis, Ciusher Lisouski Johnm Valentine and mans otheis fireat Interest In addition to the splendid and the gieat interest in his Ball Park and Amphitheatie Kohler features night in professional training matches These shows add an- other seventy f n e thousand patrons to his record of attendance On Fridav n-jrht Dec 30 the all star catd at the Amphitheatie will teaturt, a Texas Death Match with the United States titleholder Budd> Kog- ers meeting Valentine The pan met recentlv and the match proved so brutal and that Re- leree Fred Ledebuhr was forced to stop the mrtch be- cause both principals so badh cut around the face that a serious mjur> to one of the other partici- pants would hav e resulted had the match gone on much longer Kohler, with an on featuring the spectacular, brings the rematch to the fans as a Texas death match which means that pin falls do not count and sub mission holds only are the rule There will be a sixtj minute time limit. Bearcat Wright The all pleasing Bearcat Wright and Sweet Dadch Siki one of the nation's most successful tag xeams will clash with the team of Boris and Kicoh Volkoff, the bearded Russians Wright and Siki appeared in no less than eight of Chicago's former 1960 cards with distinction A newcomer to Chicago, the talented >oung Dick Stemborn is tbc bon of Milo Steinborn once lated tne strongest man in the world and a capable wrestlei Play Generals Friday Night Trotters At Stadium In for U 1 Iht f nth i (i 1 Leslie Joan Reynolds, 2549 Grove St, In Blue Island, re- eeiverf m very nrce present I Christmas Eve She WAS of the winners of drawing at the Vcrrront Certified Food Center, 2516 Vermont St won a bike, and the second bike went to Willie James demons of Robbins not pictured In the above photo with Leslie, left to right is Peter J Ciecone, store manager Mayor John M Hart and, of course, Santa SPORTSMAN S HANDICAP SHORT CIRCUIT M inv a man allows mind made obstacles to keep him fiom hi-, stride WINTER SPORTS CONTINUE 1 aiming much higher than this The hasif'tnill seison re The resiling team also has after the Christmas a nieel scheduled against kast on vith a home k a m c nirago V ashmgton here, at agairst Ha-'a-d Smooi on tri 330 OP Monday Jan 9 da> Jan 6th at 6 30 p m i he Morqan Park Warrior1; alrt idv possess more victories than anv Acaderm team since 1955 the season s record was 711 Coddi Eitta a re cord thus far this }Car h is of surpassing the IT r r< maining on its si hid ih the its best s I he r are Kallis, Augie Coach Rebuilds His Squad Ltrn> Kalhs basketball wrestlmp; team was undefeated sophomore Glen Suter wh coach at Augu tana t ollege in in a dual meet season topic at either 167 or Rock Island has a huge task Defending (CI champs are confroitirg him this seaaui jjnirr Schockley of Rock The e cafe" mentor Island who h wresilc at 130 dlrnobt coiipietei> rebuild the pound1- senior Jerry 196061 squad lost four the Vikings top wrestler at 157 starters and two of the top re pounds hailing from Moline and another Rock Island boy .ill FRENCH FRIES 1O serves from last season s teim TFVrl Bru7un 6 3 senior is the onh -elurning regular from the bO team He led the Col lege Conference of Illinois (CCI) in field goal and free throw per centape last season and is the center of the Viking attack Two seniors and two freshmen fill in around Bruzan to make up the starting Forfeited T In Vikings have 14 more before they finish the season Of the 11 yet to be pined eight of the games will be iar s record was four wins and three losses h (termrn returned lo tht squad plus in outstanding up of f r c s h m t n Junior ft Gasa ind sinior Hu 7 Kasnitissen ide the needed c nt net Mat Sport Not to be left out in the cat passer in the i ue to comph to more than If of his attempted passes i k Pesewitz of the champion iup tram Uid the u ie in hoth rushinR and M niif. This was the third ii iuhl Hakes has kad the in scoring C E T INVITES PUBLIC TO VIEW BOWL GAMES OVER COLOR TV I lie public is mdiallv m to vatch trie howl times tlu H( dor sots at the i h T st re h and stern n Moi div I in 2 WE ARE HAPPY! To Announce That Due to Lay- offs Strikes Election Open- ing of Numerous Discount Houses and Outlying Shopping Centers Lack of Buying In Blue Island and the Recession In General in 1960 We Are Going To Continue To Go Broke As Usual In 1961. HAPPY 'car TO ALL Tip'own hardware 12854 wcstirn Basketball s Harlem >b hardwood court follow Muir IUIKil i and Ashury 1'ark appiarami with lu (U1L" 'ld H n n fcdmts night in New, h 'H' lh dl tl' Cit% s Midison Squan u lhl f Ul Garden t I ut s 'jrt l 1Kl11- ff It r tl i i t Philadelphia W.dntsdaj and Vl1 vl a raeusi J aflu whuh (l ti i 1 j OFF II HI 1 Daly" 1 ithn li 11 Dtlv an r "Tn i c it a t, ri k< I- 1 d 1 I ur 01 lend tl i m J d 11 (oil iuiih ins i Tl if i bud i icnitf tl t dt ti b t 1 at! 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