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Chicago South End Reporter (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Chicago, Illinois
Fenger a Winner 23-13 at Kenosha fengers trip to Kenosha wis. Friday night proved to be a rewarding one for the folks from the Roseland Pullman area who made the excursion. The titans walloped Tremper High school of Kenosha wis. 23-13. A i was very pleased with the Way the boys played tonight a coach Frank Esposito said after the game. Fenger now has two non conference victories notched on their Belt before preparing for the opening of the red division South season in the Chicago Public league saturday. The explosive titans will face Morgan Park Public league champions a year ago at Gately stadium at 2 . The contest is considered Morgan Parks Home game. Last year Fenger Defeated Morgan Park handily but lost to Sullivan in the playoffs o Points when the games score ended in a tie. Tony Cofield fengers Dandy Junior running Back scored two touchdowns Friday night. He gathered in a punt in the opening Quarter on fengers 30 Yard line and raced 70 Yards to pay dirt. Dale Takacs boomed across for two extra Points. The titans made it 16-0 in the second Quarter. Fullback Bob Witherspoon took a pass from quarterback Tom Norgard for the score. Norgard hit senior end Alvin bullitt for two extra Points. Mendel wins own relays by Stephen Jendraszak for a while now everyone has been saying How improved the Mendel track and Cross country teams have been. But until now the statement really be proven. That is until last saturday when Cross country coaches de Mcallister and Pat Quinn did a great Job of organizing the a Mendel relays open to their Catholic league foes. And their squad did no to let them Down because they walked into school monday with a varsity first place trophy a second place trophy from the Jvn a and Many individual honors. The varsity team of Derek Powell Audley Mackel and John Hammermeiste captured the winning honors by Palmer Park football schedule starts following is the schedule for Palmer Park in the 1972 Chicago Park District Junior football league. Game time is to a m. Every saturday. South division sept. 23 a Palmer at Washington. Sept. 30 a Calumet at Palmer. Mcguane fengers final touchdown came in the last Quarter. Cofield raced 26 Yards from scrimmage for his second to. This time Larry Connors a Junior kicked the football for an extra Point. Last week Fenger Defeated Lindblom 20-6 with Dale Takacs scoring a touchdown along with ads by Cofield from scrimmage and Maurice Jackson on an intercepted pass. Morgan Park was a 6-0 Victor Over a highly regarded Richards High school team from Oak Lawn. The Mustangs were Idle this week. On Cofield a second touchdown Friday night he was reported to have injured his leg. The injury was believed to be a a Charley horse that is not deemed serious. Fernwood holds graduation dinner for babe Ruthers finishing almost a full minute ahead of the runner up Fenwick squad. The monarchs took the Lead at the gun and kept the top position throughout the 15 3-4 mile track. Two freshmen running for the first time at Mendel Thomas Lewis Sand Al Phelps combined with Sophomore Keith Randolph to take second place honors in the Junior varsity division. Winning the first place trophy in the 10me mile trek was the Fenwick team. Powell led All runners with a 4 26 average time per Lap. Mackel was third with a 4 28 and Hammermeiste came in fifth with a 4 30. Fernando Defina received an individual ribbon by finishing tenth with a 4 45. Oct. 7 Palmer. Oct. 14 Palmer. Oct. 21 Nell. At a of Hallaren at Palmer at Cor ties will be played off on oct. 28. If necessary. This is the 24th year that the Park District has sponsored Junior football for boys 12 and 13 years of age. Last years champions Are Shabbona Park on the North Side and Washington Park on the South Side. Defending All City Champion is Shabbona Park by virtue of a 56-6 win in last years mum bowl. The Roseland kiwanis club cubs were honoured As champions of the Fernwood babe Ruth league at a banquet tuesday night in the Rosewood inn in Blue Island. Kathy Sabo president of the sports clubs women a auxiliary received the Joe Cain award for excelling in furthering the cause of the Fernwood sports club. She was the first woman to receive the award Given in the past to Joe Marchese George Ritchie Tippy Basile Howard Verduin and Peter Stratta. The William Dwyer sportsmanship award went to Pat Satriano of the Roseland Lions pirates and a member of the babe Ruth tournament team. The award is Given in the memory of William Dwyer a professional Umpire who exemplified what sportsmanship is All about. Thirty players received graduation trophies during the banquet. Main speaker was Charlie hum baseball scout for the Baltimore orioles. Special guests included 9th Ward Ald. Alexander and mrs. Adducci manager Marty Gahan of the cubs Marvin Olson of the sponsoring kiwanis club sports editor Ken and mrs. Poole and Fernwood Bruins manager George and mrs. Ritchie. Ritchie was master of ceremonies. Members of the championship kiwanis cubs include de Glass Kevin Huie Jerry Kallas Rich Tapia Frank Adamiec Tom Fairbairn Joseph Aklinski Michael Roberts John Bednarczyk Michael Kaehler Craig Livingston and Lawrence Blackman. Coaches of the Champion cubs were Denny Panozzo and Bill Hendrickson. The 1972 babe Ruth graduates include cubs Joseph Aklinski Rich Tapia Lawrence Blackman Michael Roberts John Bednarczyk. Dodgers Thomas Mcgovern Mark Lewkowski Phillip Lopez Dan Martinotti James Holland. Pirates William Carle Pat Satriano Theodore Empson Leonard Chiaro Michael of Neil. Tigers Len Lerose jr., Len Marturano Joe Demarco Steven Smets Keith Marsh. White sox Ronald Gandolfi George Wilk Donald Rokos Donald Urbanas Dale Currier. Yankees Michael Johnson Eugene Yozze Alex Lafrano John Crist and Fred Warren. Peter Stratta president of the club for three years presented the trophies to the graduates. Fernwood Ruth tryouts Fernwood a babe Ruth league will hold tryouts on sept. 30 at White Park at 122nd and Throop for 13 to 15 year old boys. Prospects Are asked to bring their gloves and birth certificates. There will be a meeting of the club on tuesday sept. 26 at the Palmer Park fieldhouse at 8 . Bank guards interviewing at 11125 s. Hoisted Avenue for Loop openings Continental Bank co�inn4��ri Illinois Mamoni Hank Anc in us co i it an to Chicago 231 South Lasalle Street Chicago Illinois an equal Opportunity employer South end reporter sunday september 24,1972 Page 3 immediate openings for Active responsible individuals to join our professional Security staff. Good physical condition and a verifiable work history a must. All references and background information will be verified. Prior military or guard experience helpful but we will train qualified applicants of you had prior military experience please bring original dd214. Availability to work All shifts is essential. Good pay and benefits including overtime profit sharing pension free uniforms free checking account plus More. Of you can qualify come in and see our personnel representative from 9 am to 3 pm at 11125 South hoisted Avenue on september 25 thru 28th Ald. Alexander Adducci of the 9th Ward rarely misses a function such As a boys baseball banquet. He spoke at the Fernwood babe Ruth graduation dinner. Award Winner Kathy Sabo left was the recipient of the Fernwood sports clubs Joe Cain award for her remarkable efforts in furthering the cause of the organization. Mrs. Sabo also received a gift from the auxiliary members presented by Barbara Panozzo. Mrs. Sabo has been president of the auxiliary. Pat Satriano Center received the Fernwood by tournament team coach Chuck Lofrano sports clubs coveted William Dwyer award left and manager Marty Callan for sportsmanship. Young Satriano is flanked the Rev. John Cavin principal at Mendel is obviously Happy surrounded by the schools Champion Cross country squad. Coach Frank Esposito of f Enger played under the great Chuck Palmer who will be inducted oct. 20 into the Roseland Pullman sports Hall of Fame. Esposito displays the portrait of Palmer that will be presented to him. Tickets Are on Sale from de Dagis at the Union National Bank or by calling Esposito at 821-9297. Guest speaker Charlie hum major league baseball scout with the Baltimore orioles was the guest speaker when the Fernwood sports club held its babe Ruth graduation dinner last tuesday at the Rosewood inn. Hum is the chief scout for Baltimore in an area that includes Chicago
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