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Vidette-Messenger, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1967, Valparaiso, Indiana REAL ESTATE NEEDED ACRES In Center Townihip :B ACRES in Jackson Township "5 in Center Townihip 5 ACRES in Liberty Townihip 3 ACRES in Center Townihip 5 ACRES in Washington Township With or Without Homes JOHN WIGGINS, REALTOR PAULINE GILES JANET TOFTE E: Phones 4M-111) 444-1112 Irtcmbcr of Valparaiso Board of Realtors 6-The Valjunho, lad. Saturday, Hay t3, 1967 Oldtimers Game At VU Sunday PM Nine graduating seniors and a borrowed quarterback will form the nucleus of an Old- timers team that will face Val- paraiso university 1967 varsity at p.m. Sunday at Brown Field. They are Bert Blcke, BUI King, Brad Hobertshaw, Tom Dohrmann, John Narwold, Roy Bunevich, Bill Keck, Rich Soek- en and Dave Hermann. The borrowed nuarterback Is John Mayes, who Is now member of the baseball team. He will be on the VU varsity this fall. Among the graduates expect- ed to return to the campus and take part in Die game are Tom Navta, Dick Nlcmeck, Jim Malaytcr, Jim Hcffernan, Paul Mueller, Mike McQulgan, Joe Severs, Bob Gusse, Ray Zubcck, Jerry Karstens, Ern- est Evans, Jerry Martin, Don M arils, Dave Zeidler, Tom Mcnzel, Charles Jensen. Harry Russeil, Dave Black and Ed Lcwandowski. GAMES POSTPONED CHESTERTON The Ches- terton-Merrillville baseball game, scheduled for Friday afternoon, was postponed be- cause of wet grounds and has been rescheduled for Saturday, May 20. Trojan varsity and junior varsity were scheduled to meet Jackson in South Bend to- day in double-headers. Monthly Carrier Salesmen's HONOR ROLL HONORS FOR Today's Youth... Tomorrow's Leaders The Viderte-Messenger takes much satisfaction in announcing those.-members of its Carrier-Salesman staff who are entitled to ranking on the: Carriers' Honor Roll For April '67 These Carrier-Salesmen are putting into daily practice the spirit of the Traditional American free enterprise system. They have shown keen interest and adequate ability in all phases of route work, nnd hnve com- piled perfect records by reason of causing no complaints on delivery or service, of having prompt collections, and progressing on sales. Through their consistent efforts to learn how to be liuslness-llkc, they are preparing themselves "to be.good citizens when they are grown and should be better able to assume business and civic responsibilities. City Carriers: Don Bremmcr Ken Dowdell Carolyn Law Lewis Piechoskl Mark Gille'ylen Rarbara Mundy Bill Cinkoske Joe Larr David Chelf Gene Frogge John Nitland Diane Graham Kevin Bradncy Peggy Proffitl Dan Loudcrbaek Jim Bradney Garry Michiaelj Nick Chuich Mike Satterfield Jim Stanley- Judy Parker David Mayfield Mike Dore John Napier Don Sickle John Perr Greg Cooley Ervin Vealch ..'Gerry Chlldress John Sheffer David Koselke Tom Underwood Tom Koselke Mike Eavey Bob Warwick Jan Keen John Hawkins Keith Roberts Kenneth McGulre Jim Belts Don Barber Sean Casey Bobby Cast Mark Keen Tom Recblin Eric Burnt Mark Meyers Tom Selby David Haller Ron Leffler Kim Doaoe Alan Calaiacorto Dan Eggerding Steve Egolf Gary Barneko Tim JohnsoD John Ft si a Torrie Bower Bob Hill Robin Gear Jim Woodruff Jim Raelson Suburban Carriers: Carl N'owlin Dan Gurgon Jeff Wood Diane Cole Mike Hill Roy DaleFrye Robert latorola James Rhoades John Zorlck, Jr. Kanrty Nelson Joyte Tobey Doug Pauley Kenneth Needs Mike Fagen. Jr. Ronnie Rich Mike Urbas Williams Tony Martin Dennis Morgart Oerry Cites Greg Eichelberger Mark Sommers Mark Ciies Roger Muckway Hon Schoonover Pat Lucas Kim Hoover Mike Belle Tom Cain David Alhers Brnce Bain Mike Gibson Donald Cutter Barbara Cooper Barry Norvell Ralph Tcmpleton Greg Knoll Ken Kurler Candice Schmidt Paul Gamblin, Jr. Steve Ciirran Tim Johnson Carol Briefenbach Peregrine Hollett Eric Hollett Cathy Meyer Joe Stowen Jeff Reinert Roger Worak VIKING QUALIFIERS-Five Viking trackmen qualified for Gary Regional next Friday afternoon by placing in Hammond Sectional. They are, from left, Larry Biggs, pp'e vault; Paul Kassanits, broad jump; Don Vandrey, mile; Jim Barlh, two mile; ami Mike McBain, high hurdles and high jump. VHS mile relay team also qualified. (V-M Staff Photo) Vandrey Breaks Sectional Mark By CHUCK ZULICII i Clark, 1. HAMMOND The Valparaiso Teams failing to score were High school track team quali- Munster Boone Grove, Griffith, fied five individuals in'six Hebron, Kouts, Lake Central, events and one relay team at I Lowell and Mernllville. the Hammond Gavit Sectional! Four other records were brok- Friday afternoon. ,e" Asides the mile run and They will take part in the the mile relay. Regional to be held next Fri- Bill Lighlsey, Hammond High, 'day afternoon, starting at .p.m. at Gilroy Field in Gary. Vikings will face entries from Gary, South Bend and Lafay- ette. Leading the Viking qualifiers was Don Vandrey, one of the top milers in the nation, who won his Speciality in to I Charlci llsnnon, Morgan; Trmiilc set an all-time Indiana Sec- Gavl" tional record. Other individual qualifiers were Jim Earth, second in two mile; Larry Biggs, third in pole vault; Mike McBain, third in high hurdles and high jump; and Paul Kassanits, second in broad jump. The mile relay team entry is composed of Lee Mahon, Mike Saylor, Larry McAfee and Vandrey. This foursome broke VHS record with a clocking nf to place second behind Calumet, timed in a new Sectional mark. Vandrey, who was disappoint- ed with his time in the mile, although he was running in a cold wind, came back to anchor the VHS relay team with an unofficial 49.5 quarter. Mahon was clocked in 54.2, Saylor, 53.1 and -McAfee, 52.7. Three boys from Morgan Township High school also qual- ified. Niel and Charles Han- non, placed one-two in the shot put, and Don McGinley was fourth in the pole vault with a of 11-9. The strong Calumet squad captured the team title :44 points. Hammond High was I second with 29; followed by Valparaiso, 22; EC Roosevelt 21; EC Washington, 15; Mor- gan, Gavil and Hammond Noll 9; Hammond Morton, 8; High- land and Crown Point, 2; am Vikings Nip Emerson In 8 Innings The Valparaiso High school baseball team put over one run in the bottom of the eighth to edge Gary Emerson, 7-6, in a Northwest conference game played Friday afternoon at Ro- tary Field. Winning run was scored by __......___ f Rick Linkimer who had walked. sp Nell Harmon, He was sacrificed to second by Gerry Bowmnn. He then scored on a single by Sam Campbell. The big hero of the game was Sophomore Gary Gray. With two outs in the bottom of the seventh, the Vikings trailed by two runs. Bob Richmond, who went 2-4 in the game, doubled and Tom Hart singled, sending Richmond to third. Gray then came through with a double to score both Richmond and Hart. Harry Stalbaum hurled the went 22-10 in the broad jump; John Slaresnick was clocked in 14.7 in the high hurdles; Karl Florence, Calumet, in 50.0 in the 440; and the Roosevelt of East Chicago 880 relay team in Gary Froebel Wins Meet At By BOB GATELY United Press International INDIANAPOLIS U P 1 r Friday's sectional competition in the Indiana high school track and field championships brought an all-out assault on local sec- tional records but the state re- cords were another matter. Athletes competing in the 16 sectionals to select participants in next Friday's regional shat- tered 63 local sectional records and tied five others. But just four all-time sectional records were broken and another was tied and no all-time stale marks were threatened. Three state season best per- formances were bettered and another was equalled in the daylong track carnivals. Eleven sectional champs suc- cessfully defended their team titles, including Elkhart which won its own sectional for the 24th year in a row and Rich- mond which won its own for the 23rd year in succession. Gary Froebel, which knocked off defending state champ Tol- leslon in the Sleel City section- al, set an all-time state section- al record of in the half- mile relay. Off State Mark Don Vandrey of Valparaiso, holder of the all-time slate re- cords in the mile and half-mile, set an all-time sectional mark of in the mile at the Hammond sectional. That was well off his alt-time state re- cord of Tlie sectional at Indianapolis Washington saw one all-lime sectional mark broken and an- other tied. Ivory Giles of Washington set a new mark of 6 feet inches in the high jump while .Larry Hibaugh of Washington tied the record of in the 100-yard dash. Bob Winchell of Evansville Harrison set an all-time section- LJ Utilise Kissaiilts, mond Ilisli Tuvsi'rc, Cal- umet; Julkes. EC lloosevrlt. Vl-lt IIJ Volbrrrhl, Morion; Smkh, lUimnonri Tecli; .McHain, Valpa- raiso; Sullivan, EC Washington. 6-4 Haup, Calunirt; Shui-upa, MorCon; HiKSs, Valparaiso; McCiin- Ipy. Morgan. 1IH Staresnirk, Calumpt; Sul- livan, EC W a s h i n g t 0 n; Me- Rain, Valparaiso; Clark. 14.7 (New record) 140 (Voodt, EC Roosevelt; Newspaper Carrier-Salesmen are responsible for sales, service, collections and customer rela- tions. These young businessmen are actually in business for themselves. They are to qualify on such points as general health, appearance, school record, personality, manners, ability to assume responsibility, his neighborhood reputation and his general attitude. If -this Is the sort of spare time success training your son would enjoy, advise him to apply for the next route opening in your vicinity. Full details will gladly be given by our CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT. RUMMAGE SALE Tues. Weds. May 16-17 Temple Israel 11 N. Washington Good Buyi Hammond Illeh; Sovich, .Mor- ton. 10.0 EC Washinilon; U'alle, Hammond IliKh; Slaresnick, Cain.net: Riilliran, KC 13.fi ZZtJ Hopson, Hammond llich; Carter, Crown Point; Stafe, Calu- met; Slather, Calumet. 22.2 Mile Vindrey, Valparaiso Steu'arl, Calumet; Allen, Cavil; Glorlowslii, Noll; (New re- cord) 419 Florence, Calumet; Fur- man, Noll; Srluamm, Crown Point; Brown, Calumfl. (New record) 880 Lamb, Hammond Hlch; Elntler, Calumet; Sarver, llimmond iEli; Kaylor, Valparaiso. Two Mile Sills. Gavit! Bartli, Valparaiso; Espltia, Highland; Carl- son. Hammond llllli Mile relay Calumet (Stewart, Irown, Furencc, Staresnirk) Val- paraiso, Noll, EC Roosevelt. (New record) 880 relay KC Roosevelt (Lind- say. Peterson, Harselt, Woods) Hammond High, Calumet, EC Wash- ington. (New record) first seven innings for the Vikes, giving up seven hits and strik- ing out three. He ran into trouble in tire top of the eighth and was relieved by Tom Nick- las, who struck out the side. Vikings, now 5-3 in the con- ference and 8-3 overall, will host Hobart, Monday, Lew Wallace, Tuesday, Horace Mann, Wed- nesday'and Froebel, Friday, all at Rotary Field. Emerson (6) Deniakas. p Kerns, c Woods, ss Jnhnson. 11) Wynder, Peabody Qualify At Gary GARY Two Porter run- ners and jumpers qualified in the Gary Section Friday. Steve Wynder, Chesterton distance man, placed second behind Tim Sargent of Hobart, and Mike Peabody, Wheeler, was second in the high jump with a leap of S-10. PURDUE WIN TWO BLOOM1NGTON, Ind. (UPI) swept a Big Ten base- ball doubleheader with Indiana Friday by scores of 2-1, and 9-4. I wish to thank all who expressed their con- fidence in me at the polls on May 2. Your votes were most gratifying and encouraging. Respectfully, Charles E. Beach, Councilman-at-large Tralhen. 2b Cooper, rf Koulsls. 3b 4 Richards, cf 3 Corigales. If 3 7ormn, If 0 Totals 32 (7) 'ampbell, cf 5 Kruger. ss 4 Nlcklas, 3b. p 4 Richmond. If 4 Hart, c 4 Gray, rf 4 Nielsen. 2b 3 Ib 3 al record of 61 feet in the shot put at the Kvansville sectional. The performances by Giles and Hibaugh were the best in the state in their events tlfls season as was the :I4.2 clock- ing by Howard Doughty of Fort Wayne North in the 120-yard high hurdles at Fort Wayne. Vaughn Wedeking of Harrison tied the "season best" of :49.6 in the 440-yard dash. Doughty Wins Doughty, defending state champ in both hurdles, made it safely through the sectionals as he won holh events at Fort Wayne. Other defending indivi- dual state champs who advanc- ed to the second round were Vandrey in the mile and Danny Jones of Greensburg who won the 440 at Richmond. Sectional winners in addition to Froebel, Elkhart and Rich- mond were Harrison at Evans- ville, North at Fort Wayne, Calumet at Hammond, Hunting- ton at Huntlnglon, Brebeuf at Indianapolis Tech, Indianapolis Washington at Indianap- olis Washington, Lafayette at Lafayette, Bloomington at Lin- ton, Kokomo at Logansport, South Bend Washington at Mish- awaka, Muncie Central at Mun- cie, New Albany at Seymour and Terre Haute Schulte at jlTerre Haute. Slalbaum. p 'I I Bou'man, 3b 0 0 Totals 33 7 Emerjon 1M 110 7 2 Valparaiso 220 000 12 7 Richmond Gray, Slalbaum, Trathen. K 3. W 0; Slal- baum K 3, W 0, H T, K 2. W 2, H 12. Indians Win On Homer By Cassady PORTAGE Rick Cassady, Portage first baseman, hit a 325- foot home run over the right field fence in the bottom of the eighth inning to give the Indians a 5-3 win over Calumet in a Cal- umet conference baseball game played on the winner's field Fri- day afternoon. Calumet put across one run in the top of the first inning on a double by Timmerman a n d a single by Goocher. Portage came right back with three runs on just one hit in the bottom of 0 the first. Jim Hosteller doubled, Tom Reynolds was safe on an error and Rick .Meyne reached on a fielder's choice, filling the bases. Hosletller scored on a wild pitch, and on a dtlayed double steal, both Reynolds and Meyne tallied on a wild throw. The visitors tied the score in the top of the seventh with two runs. Devitt was safe on an error and Timmerman singled. After Goocher struck out, Ludwlg filling the bases. Chil- ras singled scoring Devitt and 'im merman. In the bottom of the extra inn- ng, Hostetller struck out but Rick Demo singled. Meyne forc- ed Demo at second before Cassa- y came through with his game winning homer. Alvarado, a freshman, was the winning hurler. He struck out line and walked only one. Goo- her, the loser, struck out eight nd walked one. alumet (3) AB Dye. 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