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Humboldt Journal (Newspaper) - October 25, 1967, Chicago, Illinois Globetrotters play Weber diffs again for Kelvyn world famous Harlem Globe a rotters will put on another Ben performance this coming sunday for the Kelvyn High school athletic department. To e Wood will tangle with the new York naturals in the Lane tech gym. 2601 Addison. The game will Start at . Tickets May be obtained at the gymnasium doors. In addition to the game the globetrotters will also Pat on five professional acts of Ball handling. The globetrotters have been putting on this Benefit show for Many years under the coaching and ownership of the late Abe Saperstein a Long time Friend of Kelvyn s popular basketball and football coach Joe Tadel Man. The new owners George Palmer jr., have agreed to continue the traditional game. The globetrotters have been playing for 42 years during Gordon sunday Weber which played to a 14 to 14 tie last sunday in its non j league skirmish against St. Which time they have chalked Rita of the South sect win up 8.966 victories and , t h North Section id 322 games. They have exhibited b their Cage prowess in 87 coun tries around the world. This year they will visit Canada Mexico the Carrilean Island Australia new zealand and Europe. First place friars aim for Vii no.4 Fenwick the Catholic league s unbeaten Leader will be aiming for its fourth straight North Section Triumph when it takes on Hales franciscan Sun Day afternoon in Oak Park stadium. Game time is . The friars who had a Day of rest last sunday have registered league triumphs Over we Ber Loyola and St. Philip and non league wins Over Pius of Milwaukee and Mendel. Their wars this coming sunday when the horde invade Lane tech stadium to take on Gordon. Game time is . The red horde have won one of their three league games to Date. Grodon is 2-1 and shares second place with defending Champion Loyola. Last sunday s game against St. Rita found the Lead Chang ing three times before it was deadlocked for Good in the third Quarter when St. Rita near Worhack Boh tossed six Yards in the end zone to Brad Wisniewski. The horde took a 6 to 0 Lead in the first Quarter when Mike Humboldt Park Colts one of the entries in the Park District s Junior football league is the Humboldt Colts eleven of the North Section who Csc won three out of its first five games. Front Row left to Jim Marzoli assistant coach Randall Mack 13 David Trevino 12 Gary Staniec 12 Kim Perez 12 Roy Hampton 13 Angel Irizarry 13 Louis Iclesias 12 second Row John Dejulio coach Gregg Muravchick 12 Sam Garcia 12 Roy Wasie Lewski 13 Ernest Jones 12 Robert Davis 12 Jose Rodriguez 12 Carl Lucas 13 Bob Kushnir physical education instructor third Row Charles priorello 12 Craig Lukowski 12 Steven Krupa 13 Larry Jones 13 Robert Szczerba 12 Ronald Schrader 12 David Kackley 12 and Greg m. Thomas 13. Wed., oct. Community publications boys c us wins three of four Over week end North Austin boys club foot Ball teams made it three out of four Over the past week end. The varsity rolled Over Glen Ellyn 25 to 0, for its sixth ices. Roger Moore scored three touchdowns and Jim Christo Pher tallied once. In another game at Amund sen the boys club juniors were Defeated by Hoffman estates 13 to 0. But the widgets behind the Fine running of Mike Bian Chi and the splendid Quarter backing of Len Depasquale won 19 to 13, Over their Glen i Ellyn foe. Bianchi scored All three touchdowns. This coming saturday night i the boys club varsity plays in Highland Park. Both the lights and juniors will play on Sun Day the juniors at Woodale and the lights at Maryville Academy. Only loss to Date was an 8 to 6 Goro went Over from the five non league setback at the hands of brother Rice last sept. 22. The friars will end their sectional schedule on sunday nov. 5 against Gordon also in the Oak Park Arena. Commandos drop to second Marshall s Grid commandos knocked out of a first place tie in the North West Section Blue if division last saturday by Sulli Van in a 14 to 13 thriller will face Foreman tomorrow after noon thursday in Hanson Park stadium. The game will Start at o clock. A win Over Foreman and a Victory a week later Over Amundson would insure mar shall the second place playoff berth in the division. Sullivan is the unbeaten Leader with five wins and no defeats and has games remaining against Foreman and Mather. Two blocked kicks proved Marshall s undoing last sat urday against the North siders coached by former Austin High school football player Dick Ovington. The first was a Block of Marshall s extra Point try in the third period and the second was a Block of a Field goal at tempt in the final minute of play from the Sullivan five Yard Stripe. Marshall was ahead 13 to 7, until Midway in the fourth Quarter when Mike Ebstein bowled Over from the one Yard Stripe to deadlock the game at 13 apiece. The same plucky Back then ran Over with the sex gladiators Chalk up fifth win in senior league gladiators made it five out of six in the California Park senior football league last sunday when they blanked the new Jay Hawks in Horner Park 20 to 0. Warren Johnson scored the first touchdown on a 60 Yard run m the first Quarter. Don Nelson tallied the other two for the gladiators in the second and third on runs of three and 15 Yards. Sandwiched in be tween was a safety in which the Gladiator defense pushed Austin s Grinders who stayed in playoff Contention last sat urday by defeating 13 to 6. Will Battle Farragut this Back the Jay Hawks some 40 behind their own goal Yard line to end a sustained1 March in which he Bob Deluca and Tim Para took turns carrying the Ball. The run for two extra Points failed and Weber was ahead 6 to 0. St. Rita tied the game in the second Quarter when halfback Glen Marek bolted Over for j three Yards to successfully end i a March key of which was a 43 Yard pass thrown by Quarter Back Sapp. Marek also ran Over for the conversion and the South siders were ahead 8 to 6. The horde went ahead again just before halftime when Pete Deluca running for the first time in the game went Over from the two Yard line. He also ran Over for the two extra Points and the horde had a 14 to 8 Lead which lasted Only until Sapp s previously described pass to Wisniewski tied things up Weber had an Edge in Statis d thursday nov 2. Tics and probably would have j won if it did t relinquish the Ball As much As it did. On three occasions the horde fumbled and lost the Ball and on two tigers Battle for Falcons Roll Grid playoff berth Over Wells tool Nrec Over Taft which was upset last saturday by Schurz 22 to 13. In last saturday s none too coming saturday afternoon in j lopsided win Over the Silver their sectional finals. The game streaks the tigers got their will be played in Hanson Park first touchdown in the first be stadium Central and Fullerton. Nod and their second in the second Quarter. The tigers started to move the first time they had the Ball and did manage 134 Yards in the first Quarter. However three 15 Yard penalties and two sizable losses by quarterback starting at o clock. To insure themselves a play off berth the tigers will have to win. A could result in their finishing in a fourth place tie which could complicate mat ters. Four out of the six teams in the North West Section red up one of the 15 Yard penalties assessed against the tigers. A successful after touchdown kick by Carlos Iwaszkowiec a new Comer to the Tiger Grid scene gave the tigers the 13 to 0 Lead they had at intermission time. The Lone Stem Metz score came in the fourth Quarter when Bob Mikos bowled Over from the Yard line to Cli Max a Long March. The tigers had an Edge in the game statistics. They led in first Downs. 13 to 11, and in to Tal yardage 328 to 229. The Yards line. The game was the last one for Gladiator linebacker Wayne occasions they had their passes Sliwa who was slated to go into intercepted the army this week. Weber had 12 first Downs to coach Dick Nelson was Espe nine for St Rita Anco gained a daily proud of the play turned total of 2is Yards against 194 in by the offensive line Tom for the opposition. In Rushing Nelson Don Gray George Ca Weber was ahead 188 to 77. Briskas Bill Sliwa Bob Cernok i but Maureis m the passing de Frank Goorsky and Ron Pelz As apartment went to St. Rita. They Rich Monk when he was division qualify for the Public unable to get the Ball away on bulk of the Tiger Ball carrying league playoffs which will get pass attempts caused the at was done by Bill Wilson Nick tack to sputter. Senior halfback Bob red mond scored first for the tigers on a 75 Yard burst to ugh Middle. The extra Point attempt failed. The tigers got their second tally when Munkvold pitched 10 Yards in the end zone to Don Pendleton to end a sustained Tiger drive which carried 55 need 107 Yards in seven com Farragut s admirals own but one Victory to Date in red division play. That was Tal lied Over Steinmetz the same team the tigers Defeated last saturday. Last saturday Hie admirals were bowled Over 26 to 13 by unbeaten Lane tech which stands alone on top of the red division Heap with five victories in five starts. The indians close their regular sectional activities Ganas and Redmond. John Testa was out of the game because of a shoulder separation suffered against Lane tech and will not be available for a Cou ple of More weeks. But Back to statistics the tigers led in penetration Points 41 to 33. The streaks excelled Prosser s Grid Falcons who kept their Blue division playoff Hopes alive last Friday with a convincing 25 to 0 Homecoming win Over Wells will be Host this coming Friday afternoon to Mather in their sixth divisional encounter. Friday s game will be played in Hanson Park stadium. Central and Fullerton scene of last Friday s con quest Over Wells. It will Start at . The Triumph Over Wells gives the Falcons a 3-2 record in the North West Section s Blue Divi Sion Good for third place. Ahead of the Falcons were sul Livan and Marshall who to Date have authored the Only losses against the Falcons. Two of Prosser s four touch Downs against Well til lied by Dennis Kostrzewski on pass catches. The first was thrown by quarterback George kind the second by halfback Bill Bradley. Both 4020 Northc Frame special for my Murm latest styles 5 a met Mem Mim vow Wilt Shell glasses Toton urn Contact lenses r. Or. J. J. Abrams . 4020 w. At. 75 Only in passing where they Gar George Bagnowski and Bradley Well As the defensive unit. This coming sunday the glad j gators will meet the citations1 in a game starting at . In Horner Park. Seventy five per cent of the citation personnel Are Chicago police men. Were successful in seven com-1 Ber gained Only completions. The same Oass Combina Plet ions out of 18 attempts. The Tion had clicked on the play be tigers clicked on Only two out fore for 15 cards which made of seven for 25 Yards. 27 on three St. Thomas runs Over St. Mel St. Philomena soccer twin Bill with Park Ridge Kelvyn will close nailing pm Down lean and year against Tuley by nails Florio Kelvyn Park which has had a lean season on the Gridiron this year will close its schedule tomorrow afternoon thursday also figured in the other two scoring plays. Bagnowski tossed 36 Yards to end Carmen Adams for the game s fir to score in the first period. Brad Ley tallied a Short time later in a 12 Yard run. The other Plover to get into the scoring column was the team s place kicker. Rudy Schimek who was successful in one of three tries after touchdown. Walls wac contained through out by a Stalwart Falcon de sense Kev players in which St. Thomas Aquinas St. Philomena midget soccer ran team Defeated Park Ridge 2 to tra Point that gave Sullivan its Thomas. Important Triumph. The winners tallied six touch roughly Over St. Mel last Satur 1 in one of jts most exciting than one these Days. Day in Columbus Park and won games. After scoring in the its co Grade school encounter 42 to 7. It was the third Triumph of the season for St. The knee that none too attractive part of the anatomical Structure seems to be getting into the limelight in More ways against Tuley in Lane tech Sta were Gerry Bagnowski Jim a game time is Lek Bob Ramirez and Henry Troka. Bring it in the Yard brass rags Copper Lead Iron batteries newspapers 50c per Hundred ibs. Open to 5 . Am Day saturday Northern Iron Salvage 0. 409 n. Pulaski re. Nevada 8-7636 the commandos roared Back in the closing minutes of play and did reach the Sulli Van five Yard Stripe. But the rally ended on the previously described blocked Field goal attempt. Marshall s touchdowns were scored by Harry Brooker on a 60 Yard run and by John Smith on a three Yard scamper. Smith also kicked an extra Point. Sullivan s first touchdown came in the second Quarter and was made by Sam Levin on a Downs and were successful m running Over for the extra Point each time. The touchdowns came in the following order Joe Ward 12 Yard run Marty Maloney. 15 Yard run Tom Foley. Five Yard run Rod Gill land. 40 Yard pass from Maloney Phil Ferguson 60 Yard pass first get almost Universal exposure among the lassies due to the elevated hem lines and now comes a report in the Cut rent Issue of the to guide to the effect that the behemoths of the National football league Are sustaining a High rate of knee injuries. A Survey compiled by nil physicians Dis closed that the average league team last season 4014 a started each game lacking the services of 4.6 Mirage. Assisting on both goals players who were knee casualties for varying was Russel Mrozek 4035 Cort per Lods. Some 32 players the Survey showed first minute of the game St. Phi Omena was unable to score until Only four minutes remained in the game. The Park Ridge score came with 15 seconds left in the first half scoring for St Philomena were Jim wons 1828 n. Karlov and William Schmid and run from Ward Joe Ward the St. Philomena intermediate team suffered its first set Back losing 2 to 1, to Park nails Florio 70 Yard pass and run from Fol after going undefeated by. Maloney made three extra Points Ward had two and Foley one. This coming sunday after five he also kicked noon the St. Thomas squad that deadlocked the j journeys to proviso West to for seven straight games. De Millard. 1830 n. Karlov scored is Philomena s Only goal 30 seconds after the game began. The Point score at 7 to 7. Meet St. Eulalia at 1 . Halloween has of its own White Christmas is a Yule-1 pennies to help Ine sick Hun tide Standard. Easter Parade jury and sad Little children Over is firmly linked with that holi Day and when Irish eyes Are seas is something Worth sing ing Pevsner says smiling is heard that s Why i wrote this Little 17th. Song. But shall sing of Hallow last it was Sung at As Cen a Holiday with Nan a tune1 Sembly in one school and the to commemorate it can any kids were so inspired they went one come up with a of a out and raised s800 forum for the night of ghosts and Cef if this Ong could be Sung oobtnis9 in every school the work of ump of could be through the increased contributions turned in he the school children of the Chicago area a jeweler songwriter can. He s clone so with trick or which is More than just a tin pan Alley Salute to a special Day. Leo Pevsner. 112 s. Menard. Jeweler who gave the world i a m o n d without you and Rainy kisses As Well As the crusade of mercy theme song. Give the United and Cherry tree to Mark Washington s birthday. Has written a song especially Foi halloween and the ump of fund do e held during this holi Day. Gaels will try again Loyola 8s next foe St. Philip will have two More to Chalk up a Victory this season the first coming sunday afternoon when the gaels entertain the defending league Champion Loy Ola in St. Philip stadium 3141 Jack on. The game will Start at 1-30 St pm he s last Opportunity to on nov. 5 when the journey to Hanson Park d lion to meet Weber a win Over the Ramblers Sim i co Tanly be rated 3-5 a top Uniel pain Leo s idea is a Gem for a sparkling Aid of Little children around the world. The song w featured Mon Day night throughout a radio program about uxjce17 words and music for tick or a be obtained a no Cost from Pevsner for Ola shuts out St. Angela 13-0 shines 2-2928, or from the Community publications office. 4906 Chica the Unicof Campaign for go our lady of the Angels ked up its third win of the season last sunday by blanking a a a Humboldt Park. 13 to 0. In a co Grade school Bob Mcneilly found George m open twice for touch Down passes. Steve Miller Tal lied the extra Point. Missed 10 or More games each because of knee injuries. Surprisingly the study indicated that rookies Are twice As Likely As veterans to be hit by injuries. One reason could be that rookies think they need added size to make it in the Cash circuits and some report overweight. The increasing injury rate the Magazine noted in the article by football authority Joe King is of growing concern to players coaches league officials and television executives. If these trends continue somebody will have to devise a remedy. The networks Are not Likely to abandon the pros and turn to a mod maypole dance for a safety sure replacement but the game May have to be changed. It May have to be scaled Down to human the article said. League physicians have concluded that players Knees Are most vulnerable to medical science still has not been Able to develop a protective device to prevent the increasing number of knee injuries quite a few changes in the coaching alignment at Austin High school this Vear on the staff Are two newcomers Gary Peckler and Phil Lifscha. Peckler will be the Frosh soph basketball coach and varsity baseball coach. Lifschin. Currently handling Frosh soph football will also take Over indoor track and Tennis. Jim Burgeson will continue As varsity Cage Mentor and also handle outdoor track. Joe Risily will again be swimming and Golf coach and Bob Rio. After completing the head football coaching chores will guide the destinies of the school s Wres Charles Sullnan will again As athletic director. The University of Illinois will acclaim. And then to retain a trophy when they Pia at Ohio state saturday the Illi Buck. A wooden Turtle annually Goei to the Winner of the Ilahni Buckeye football contest and the trophy is due to return to Champaign after a six year stay in Columbus because the Luhm won last ear s contest. 10 to 9. It is to be presented to Illinois at halftime. The Long Sta in Columbus is not particularly unusual. Since the ill Buck was originated in 1925 the famed Turtle has spent More Winters in Columbus than Champaign. As a matter of fact the Zillini have managed to put two or More wins Back to Back Only twice in the 42 years since red Grange and company captured the first ill Buck with a 14-9 Victory at Columbus. The original ill Buck was a live Turtle but it failed to survive the trips Between Columbus and Champaign and was replaced in 1927 by a wooden replica. The panthers last Friday on the Lane turf absorbed their third straight setback in the North West Section White Divi Sion when they were blanked by Harrison s hornets 20 to 0. It was the third straight game in which the panthers were Unab e to Dent the scoring column. The hornets who dominated play almost completely got two touchdowns from halfback James Walker and one from re serve quarterback Everett Scott. All came on Short runs after sustained drives. Walker also ran Over two extra Points Lor the hornets. Statistics Tell Kelvyn s losing store. The panthers were be Hind in first Downs 17 to 2, in a total yardage. 271 to 31, and in penetration Points 27 to 4. Outstanding in defeat for the panthers were fullback Gary Piurkowski and defensive play ers Don Stacho and Jerry Dom ski by winning Harrison brought its White division record to three wins and two defeats and is tied with Crane for second place in the North West Section. Pick up fix up Wrex perts Frame and knee action alignment body and fender straightening Complete painting perfect match with factory colors motor tune up Brake service Columbus 1-0506 Bailey collision shop established 1903 601-611 n. 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