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Humboldt Journal (Newspaper) - August 28, 1968, Chicago, Illinois Aug. Community publications area schools clash in Grid Battle Golf champions Champion Tony Guido third from left and presentations were made by hunk Anderson runner up Chris Meyer extreme right receive president of the Young adults Golf club trophies at the Austin Young adults Golf tour and Bill Clifford the club s director and Spon lament held last Friday at Columbus Park Sor sets record in county first Day of qualification play in the 54th annual Cook county Amateur Golf tournament currently being conducted at co Lumbus Park produced a course record of 66. It was made monday by 18-year old Charles Kemph Triton College freshman who this year was the runner up for the Illinois High school championship while playing for proviso West High school. Kemph had nine Hole scores of 35 and 31. His total was two strokes better than that of last year s medallist Gene Reiland of the cog Hill country club who qualified monday with a 68. Other top scores among the 31 qualifiers in the first Day of play were Warren Luebcke of Rob Roy. Phil Pavoni of notre Dame University and George Cascino of fresh Meadows who had 69 s. Carding 70 s were the golfing detective Bill Mcgurn representing White Pines and John Cleland of Arlington Heights James Woods who won the Cook county Crown Back in 1931. Was Only a few strokes off Par in monday s play when he was forced to withdraw because of a pulled ligament in his leg. Match play m the tournament v. As scheduled to Start today the Champion ship will be decided saturday morning in an 18-Hole match leading today s contestants Are the defending Champion fran Mentone and Austin area Resi Dent and member of the notre Dame Goli team another highly regarded entry is last year s runner up. Miro Vidovic. Guido Young adult coif Champion Tony Guido captured the All around championship of the fourth annual Austin Young adults Golf tournament last Friday at Columbus Park win Ning on the first Hole in a Sud Den death playoff. Guido who had carded a Low Gross of 34 in the division for 18 and 19 years Olds played in the sudden death against Chris Meyer and Pat Kirby who had also grossed 34 s in the division for 16 and 17 year Olds. In the playoff Hole Guido had a Birdie three Meyer a Par four and Kirby a bogey five. Guido had distinguished him self last year in the annual Cook county Amateur tournament when he upset Gene Rie land tournament medallist in the first match of the tournament. The Surprise of the tournament was eight years old Tony Cascino who despite his age was allowed to play in the 10-11 division. He proceeded to win Low net honors in that division with an 88-67-21. Tony s brother is one of the top Young amateurs in Illinois. The Complete list of tourney prize winners by age bracket is As follows 10-11 year Olds Low Gross Jack Yong 51 runner up Nick leg Attula Low net Tony Cascino 88-67-21 12-13 year Olds Low Gross Tim Baily 41 Jim Quinn 43 Low net Tom Eukovich 68-38-80 14 -15 year Olds Low Gross Ken Palmer 36 William Zaleski 39 Low net Peter Kuick 39-6-33 16-17 year Olds Low Gross Chris Meyer and Pat Kirby tied for first with 34. After playoff Meyer took first and Kirby second Low net Mike Carr 38-6-32 18-19 year Olds Low Gross Tony Guido 34 Tom Morten son 35 Low net Steve de Honor sponsors of on baseball Kruif. A total of 107 youths participated in the tournament con ducted by Bill Clifford. Comes to the West Northwest area this evening wednesday when two Catholic Grade school teams maternity . And our lady of Flie Angels clash in Hanson Park stadium Cen trial and Fullerton. Game time is 6 . The nominal donations for entry 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for students will be used to sup port s athletic program headed by Darrell Byers and Mike Klein. Tonight s game will be a real test for . Which has not Elded a team in eight years. Their foe our lady of the an gels has on the other hand come out with some real . Nov Prhne up s in recent Vears the . Squad is being stoppers capture Amundsen stoppers captured the senior softball league championship at Amundsen Park last week by taking two games from the owls in the title playoff. The stoppers won on tues Day 10 to 6, and on thursday 15 to 12. The stoppers who had a season r record of 15 wins and three defeats had Wop the first round of play while the owls with a 13-5 re Cord were the first round win ners. Both the stoppers and owls received team trophies and individual player trophies for All team members. Other teams participating this season were the nor Oaks Paul Engstran and sons Marty a hustlers monarchs i Gan s heroes and the raiders. Cd. Nailing pm Down by nails Florio it s a nutty More ways than one. The name Marty d Connor conjures up thoughts of a halfback on Flie Irish of notre Dame. But the Marty o Connor to whom we will allude in this column is a housewife and hold your seats the general manager of Chicago s newest profession Al football Chicago owls. For those who May have been sidetracked by the daily tidings of the surprising cubs hapless White sox and hopeful Chicago bears let us enlighten one and All by pointing out that the Chicago owls will hold Forth in Soldier Field on saturday nights where they will Skir Mish As a member of the Continental professional football league. The owls will play six Home games in the nans Fiorio lakefront Arena starting with the Home opener on sept. 4 against the Sacramento capitols of the league s Western division. The owls belong in the Central division and have As their league mates if there Are such things the Indian Apolis capitols the Quad City raiders from Davenport la., the Omaha Mustangs the Oklahoma City plainsman and the Arkan Sas diamonds from Little Rock Ark. Just How Good can the owls be Well on the current roster Are 49 players most of whom have the same physical Dimen Sions of the players in the big time pro circuits. Many of them Hanson boys baseball organization Hicri has 210 boys com Peting in Pony. Bronco league and farm division play at Han Austin bears i in 9 a i Back in action bears dominated the Calumet Harberland foot Bull be aspic for four straight j years will return to the football this season they m acne last though Ball with the f travellers and with the Monaco of the South Side Wiio won the Calumet Crown last season this gear s Austin Bearen .11 be coached b Bob Beshk and an Custardo. For Mer Backfield luminaries of the championship bears eleven. They Are currently conducting drills two nights a at rus Park 6200 Fullerton. And Wel come new candidates aspirants Are asked to report to the Field on tuesday and thursday evenings. Practice starts at 7-30 information regard ing the team May be obtained by contacting Barney Cooney on to. 9-6145. Son Park will Honor team Spon sors in a special program Sun Day afternoon starting at 1 o clock in the Hanson Field Centi Al and grand. Officials pointed out that without the generous support of the sponsors the new program j would not have gotten off the ground. As things turned out the new program w As an out standing Success. Officials arc hopeful that there will be a Good turnout of members of the Fami-1 lies As Well As friends of the ers school grinder Mike Scolastico. Byers has been acting As the Backfield coach. Others who have aided in the coaching chores Are Ron Edwards and Jerry Denhamer. The Parish s athletic Moderator is Rev. Jack Fleming whose efforts provided a Large pre game ticket Sale. Rizzos in title tussle sunday Lions bowl Rizzos will Battle Cincinnati sunday afternoon in rus Park in a game or games that will determine the Park s Stan Musial baseball championship. Cincinnati will go into the game with a one game Edge Over the second place Rizzos. A win by the Rizzos could create a tie for first which would in turn necessitate a playoff on the same Day for the league Crown. Sunday afternoon s play will get under Way at noontime. In last sunday s Musial encounter at Riis the Rizzos trimmed Hiawatha 13 to 1, be Hind the one hit pitching of Wil lie Townsend. Townsend struck out 10 Hiwatha s Lone hit a sin Gle came in the seventh and 1st inning. Pacing Rizzos 13-hit Parade were Dave Harper who had four for five Steve Driska who had three doubles and Wally Wiszowaty who had two for three including a double. Wiszowaty has been the team s hot test hitter in the past eight games clouting at a .400 clip. To Vee Geek com Yee Geeham carded a Low of 74 and net of 71 to take top honors at the Columbia Park men s club s annual pres ident s cup Outing last at the St Andrews county cub for his Ime performance Geeham received the presi Dent s cup and a set of clubs donated club president Joe Bagel. Second place honors in the tourney went to Chester Bablo who had a similar Low net score of 71 Bork and owl owner Marty o Connor spent time with National and american football league teams although no doubt Brief in Many cases. They represent most of the big name colleges although some apparently have had no collegiate affiliation. At quarterback coach Don Branby has As his starter the North Ern Illinois University record breaker George Bork. Going for Bork is a three year stint of professional experience with the Montreal Alou ettes. To add a local touch to the owls Grid picture one of Branon s coaching aides is Bill Duchon former High school coach. Has been the head Grid Mentor at Glen Baid West for the past seven years. One of the tackle candidates is Jim Gatziolis former Fenwick lineman who did collegiate at the University of Nebraska. As he was Kinnun the friars is 6-3 and weighs 235 pounds. Hiet Back to the feminine Side of the Grid picture. M i m 1 a nit lot Tver. Tiitu a can a find happiness As professional football s Only la Civ Manas 9 the answer is an emphatic you betcha because 1 Rune a cause Many other women who like football or who Ike 1 be football. I be often wondered Why the sport can t be enjoyed a Little less bother and at a Little lower i ice and that s my Chi use. I had to buy a football team to do it. But taken some of the inconveniences and some of the expense out of prote Monal football. Pm cagians who catch owl fever will see their sport with greater ease and at a lower Cost than anywhere else in the parking for the evening for instance will Cost All of 25 cents. Season ticket holders will drive directly to a reserved parking area near their Gate Entrance. So come out to howl for the owls this howl in a in All it Memck like an ambitious Enterprise. But then who to the Power of a woman especially one who is in. Among All places professional football. . Captures 14th District softball Crown our lady of the Angels Cath Olic Church. 3808 w. Iowa Street won the final game of the 14th police District High school boys softball tournament sponsored by the shakes Peare police station in cooperation with the Northwest unit of the Chicago commission on youth welfare. In the game called after five innings because of rain the powerful . Team trumped Over a scampering St. Philo Mena 18 to St. Philomena 1921 n. Redvale is coached by Sam allo or a detached worker with the metropolitan Myca of Chicago. 0 . Scored six runs in the top of the second inning to Stop any threat from the St. Philo Mena squad at the game held at Humboldt Park last thurs Day. Of the eight teams in the tournament for High school boys of Northwest Side youth agencies St. Philomena advanced to the final game by trouncing St. Francis Xavier 20 to 3, and the Hope Epiphany lutheran Church 31 to 5 our lady of the Angels captained Frank Claus and George Butto Cavali trounced Redvale Park 25 to 2, and St. John Berchmans 17 to 5, to gain the championship game. According to sgt. William Howe Community service director for the 14th District the softball tournament is the first of seasonal sports contests to be conducted by the newly formed youth organizations United to help . How much you May save on your car insurance with state farm Lloyd Lindquist 1839 n. Harlem 237-1571 state farm Mutzl automobile injun cecum Punj torn of flan bin Moncton. Humboldt mighty midgets Best among 200 teams in the Park District s midget division baseball tournament was the Humboldt Park nine which captured the Crown last wednesday by defeating Square 2 to 0, in the finale of a three game series. Seated left to right Are Arnold Rivera Hector Rodriguez Alfred Vasquez Sylvester Toney and Louis Rivera kneeling Glen Lycas Ben Nie York John Skinner and Jacinto Gomez standing Park director Sain Donatucci coach Lou Mcfadden de Rytych Clarence Wise James Bryant and coach John Dejulio. Humboldt midgets win City title Humboldt Park s mighty midgets streaked their Way to the City championship last wednesday As they Defeated Russell Square Park 2 to 0, in the final game of a three game series. The Park District s midget league tournament is for boys 12 and under. Over 200 teams competed. J to enter the title series Humb Oldt had to Down a Tough Dun bar team. 8 to 4, then they swept past state Way 111 o 1, shut out Amundsen 5 to 0, and had to squeeze past a Tough competitor in Hamlin in 11 innings 5 to 1. The Hamlin win earned Hom Boldt the sectional Crown. They had to come from behind with four runs in the last inning to defeat Shavonna 4 to 3. In the game which determined the North Side championship. In the opening game of the City championship Clarence Wise who was outstanding throughout the tournament fired a one hitter and struck out 11 on route to a 5-2 Victory. Rus sell Square s Only hit came in the first inning was a triple which resulted in the first run of the Ball game. Wise then shut the door until the sixth Thomas Aquinas e starts football St. Thomas Aquinas . Grade school football team started its Grid drills on Mon Day of this week on the Austin High school Field at 200 n. Long. Drills will continue daily from 10 . To noon time under the direction of head coach Charles Saieva although were d sunday there is still for candidates to report. The team is open to boys 14 and under who reside in the area bounded by Madison on the South Lake on the North Ken ton on the East and Central on the West. When Russell Square scored again on Humboldt errors. In the meantime Humboldt scored in the second inning on a Home run by Wise and then they scored two in the fourth and two More in the fifth on some Fine base running and timely hitting. Humboldt entered the second game needing one More win to capture the City Crown after being rained out twice. Once again Wise took the Mound for Humboldt. In the first five innings Russell Square was held witless and scoreless. Humboldt scored three runs As Wise Eddie Rytych and James Bryant figured in the scoring. However Russell Square was not to be denied As the Marathon pitch ing of Wise who had pitched All but one of the All Star games thus far took its toll As he weakened in the sixth Russell Square which never let Down came alive and before they could be stopped they had scored four runs to win 4 to 3 this brought about the third and most crucial game. After six weeks and seven games of tournament play everything Rode on one last game. Benny York took the Mound for Humboldt As Purpora once again pitched for Russell Square. Humboldt scored in the opening inning As Wise and Rytych singled for Humboldt and Good base running moved them to second and third with one out. The usually Sharp Russell infield froze on a gound Ball As Wise ran in from third with the first run of the Ball game. Humboldt scored again in the fourth on a single to right by Bryant who went to second when the right fielder moved in too slow to Field the grounder. After a wild pitch sent him to third 10 year old Alfredo Vas Quez hit a Sharp grounder to second As Bryant scored the final run of the Ball game and of the year. As Humboldt was squeezing out its runs. York was making them stand up As his blazing fast Ball and change up curve kept the Russell Square batters off balance. York struck it 16 of 18 and allowed Only two in Gles As Russell never reached third. Grid stars play Friday at Emmet football season at Emmet playground Central and Madi son will open Friday night Tith the traditional Flag football game Between members of aus tin High school s 1965 Champis ship team and Well known alumni of Emmet playground. The game will Start at 8 . On the Tiger eleven will be such sex Tiger luminaries As Don Ross and Jim Mullen of the Northwestern University Grid team a Well known Mem Ber of the Emmet group is Jim Gatziolis former Fenwick High school Star and Nebraska univ Ersita Olaver. Furnace cleaning service 1446-48 n. 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