The News from Chicago, Illinois on March 11, 1964 · Page 17
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Wednesday, March 11, 1964
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LATTNER'S "BONUS SPECIAL"--Something new's b«en mdded at the elegant Loop restaurant, Johnny Lattner's at 109 Madison. Now, all of Johnny's West Side friends stopping at the epicurean delight can be assured of free parking and may stay as long- as they wish. Explaining the all-new policy to long-time customer Johnny West is Johnny, himself. Parking facilities have been arranged from 5 p.m. at the Madison-Wells garage. SERBY'S PEPSI TRIO--Unseasonably warm Friday afternoon brought out the Pepsi drinkers at Serry's Unique lounge, 2025 N. Cicero. As affable hostess Shu-ley Serritella (a co- owner at the popular cocktail lounge) served Pepsi Cola truck drivers Bay Gootschalk and Jim Teschke, long-time customer Tom Kean, 2028 N. Lawler watehed the cooling festivities. Shirley reminded the trio that best in wines and liquors are also avaUable at West and Northwest Side outcry. 16 Entered In Riis Park Midget Meet Sixteen midget t e a m s will :ompete in the first annual fliis Park Invitational Elimination Midget basketball tournament at Riis Park, 6100 Fullerton. A first round slate of eight games will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday, with the second round following on Sunday. The semi- "inals and finals will be held the following Saturday, March 21. The teams are comprised of boys 12 years of age and under who are five foot six inches and under in height. Leading :he list of hopefuls are two powerful Catholic g r a m m a r schools, St. Vincent Ferrar and St. Luke, both of River Forest. Other s t r o n g contenders for the crown are St. Mel-Holy host parish and St. Priscilla, both of Chicago. The Riis Park A l l - S t a r s , coached by Dennis Paulkner, nope to present a strong bid as the host team in the tournament. Five teams boast of a player that stands at the 5-6 limit, while the smallest player is four feet, two inches Jim Horn, of St. Philomena. One of the youngest p l a y e r s is Terry Pierce of the Riis Stars. Chuck Anderson, tournament director, and Bob A r t m a n , physical director, invite all parents to come out and support the boys and their teams. Information can be had by phoning ME 7-8952. Admission is free. CABANA'S WELCOME WHEEL--Striking likeness of World War II career salt Bob Stone is compared by Club Cabana boss Bob Stone at the popular club at 633 N. Cicero. Mural was painted by friend of Bob shortly after he opened the nitery several months agt. Former shipmates from all over the country drop by for "that night out" joining areaites to make the Club Cabana a swinging spot to stop. IF IT'S NEWS OB AN AD j, CALL NE 8-2345 IF YOU'RE GOING TO DRIVE YOUR HUSBAND OUT OF THE HOUSE -HEY! DRIVE'IM TO FENNESSY'S 5453 W. Madison Shamrocks Here At All Times I DOCKS OPEN I:3O FREE fARKING 5125 Dmiitn · »U 7-3261 . MATINEE EVERY DAY! STARTING FRIDAY MARCH 13th 'CHARADE GARY GRANT AUDREY HEPBURN In Technicolor -- P!u* -Special Showing "LORD OF THE FLIES it * * * -- N.Y. Daily News AREA YOUTHS TAKE FIRSTS IN PARK SWIM Greg Johnson of LaFollette Park and Steve Borowski of Blackhawk Park b o t h came home with individual victories in the fifth park district swim ming meet last Saturday at Welles park. Johnson won the 50 yard backstroke for boys 13 and un der in :30.6 and Borowski nailed down first in the 200 yard individual medley for boys 15 and 16 in 2:18.8. Portage Park leads the team standings with 310 points. Ridge is in second with 295 and LaFollette Park in third with 141. Set Registration For Little League Northwest Lions Little league will have registration for boy: signing up with the league for the first time from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, March 18 in Simons Park auditorium, 1640 N. Drake. Boys must be younger than 9 and no older than 12 years of age and mus have with them at time of reg istration a birth certificate and proof of address. TWO BIG HITS! CT ATE 58M w 9 I /\ I B Madison St. MATINEE DAILY! Entries For Silver Gloves Still Open There's still time for area grade school youths to enter the North Austin Silver Gloves boxing tournament to be held on Friday, April 3 at the IBEW hall, 5137 Madison, according to club director John O'Gara. The tournament is open to all youths from kindergarten through seventh grade. They can enter merely by calling 889-6160 or reporting to the second floor of the Austin Police station, 5327 Chicago, on Saturdays between 1 and 4 p.m. All boys entering the tournament will receive trophies and boys who reach the finals on April 3 will receive Silver Gloves. Former middleweight champion Tony Zale will referee the kindergarten championship and area football coaches will referee the other bouts. According to O'Gara, next week will be the final week to enter the tournament. Austin Wins Swim Crown Austin high school's senior swim team has taken first place in the West section for the eighth straight season. The Risily-coached tankers garnered the sectional crown by defeating Kellv last Wednesday, 49 to 37. This a f t e r n o o n (Wednesday) they'll be at Farragut. Top swimmers on the unbeaten senior squad are Allen Twietmeyer, Duane Crum, Bob Sellars, Bob Meyer, Phil Lauteb, Bill Wheeler, Sandy Moses, Tim Helstrom, Tom W a l s h and John Tallisch. COMMUNITY PUBLICATIONS Mer. It, 1964--»··« 17N*A*« By NAILS FLORIO Caush's have closed their season's hockey play at Ridgeland Commons rink in Oak Park with an 0-11-1 record, which might prove dismaying to some athletes. But not the Caush's. Via their spokesman, JOHN MAL.ONE, we learn that the Austin area youths had what they consider to be a successful campaign. Five of the last six defeats were by one goal, whirh certainly exemplifies a never-say-die spirit. The Caush's believe they have found a sponsor for the next hockey season and are agerly looking forward to their return to he ice. YOUTHFUL MATMEN at Mozart Park pick up some hints on the mat game from their volunteer coach, Don Carlson. 1934 N. Kimball (to the right on the mat) as he demonstrates spread eagle hold on Ron Neroda, 11, 2242 N. Kildare. Standing (from left) are Russell Koshewer, 15, 3526 Armitage; Joseph Franco, 14, 8572 Lyndale, and Danny Schaffner, 2116 N. Springfield. Coach Carlson recently won the Park District 155 pound crown for the second straight season. Massey Quint Loses In City Finals Alderman Robert M a s s e y Boosters, winners of the intermediate basketball title at Riis Park, won their first two Park District playoff games but lost by four points to the city championship Jefferson Park team in the park district in the citywide finals. The Boosters were the Area 8 intermediate champions. Coach P a u l C r e v a n s has guided these boys for the last few years and with most of the boys coming back next year they should make the going tough in the Riis Park league and also in the area and citywide meets. Outstanding stars on the team are Dick Frank, 1831 N. Luna; Jack Naughton, 1504 N. Massasoit, and Dan Murphy of 822 N. Massasoit. In the second place play-off game, the Riis Park Quint started off to a 16 point lead but had to fight for dear life as the Pole Cats closed the gap during the last two periods before going down by six points, 69 to 63. High scorer for the Diamonds was Rich Pope, 2519 N. McVicker, with 22 points. Louis Farrara, 5954 W. Grand, and Ken Rylko, 2343 N. Marmora, were tied with 16 points each. In losing, the Pole Cats, playing with only s e v e n men, fought hard. Dennis Ryba, 5936 N. Wrightwood, led the Pole Cats scorers with 17 points. Gerald Frey, 5758 W. Patterson was next in line with 13 points. Austin, Galewood Start Little Loop Registration STARTS FRIDAY! Warning! Vividly Depicts Ax Murders! "STRAIT-JACKET" Plus 1st Run Spectacular in Terror! "THE OLD DARK HOUSE" Extra! State Lake, Uptown Congress SAT SUN TLJT R C A T I BC LESLEY GORE BAT. _*_SUW. _ THE D C A I L t b BEACH BOVS MARCH 14 A 15 TICKETS NOW ON SALE $2.00 THE SERRITELLA FAMILY Invites You To Visit SERRY'S LOUNGE RESTAURANT Lunches Served Daily Carryouts Prepared At AH Times 2025 N. CICERO 889-9864 REVILETS STAY UNBEATEN; WIN PARK TROPHY In the Riis Park-Alderman Massey Youth F o u n d a t i o n Basketball league in the iunior Class, the Revilets walked off with the first place individual trophies w i t h an impressive 8-0 won. They closed out their season with a 46 to 35 win over the Jinxers. The Junior league, open to boys 12 to 14 years of age, was sponsored this year by the 36th ward alderman Robert L. Massey who also sponsored the m i d g e t league. T h e N o r t h A u s t i n B o y s C l u b t o a m , coached b y J i m B r e n n a n , placed second with a fino 62 North Austin-Galewood Little league will hold its registration for player candidates f r o m Thursday of this week through Saturday, March 21. Registration for North Austin boys from eight to 12 will be held at the home of Robert Rutherford, 1304 N. Central. Senior league registration, for all boys from 13 to 15'in- clusive, will be held at the home o* Richard Englemann, 1023 N. Lawler. This Is for both North Austin and Galewood youths. Galewood section of the Little league, ages eight to 12, will register at the home of Joe White, 1823 N. Narragansett. Candidates for both leagues are required to present their birth certificates and either an electric or gas bill to establish residence. Boundaries * * for the N o r t h KelvynCoach Must Rebuild Next Season Joe Tadelman, whose Kelvyn P a r k cage P a n t h e r s j u s t missed out on a Red division playoff berth this season, faces a tremendous rebuilding job next season. Only one regular, Pat Goy, will be back and he'll be avail- j able for only half the season. ' Returning squadmen, none of j whom was a monogram win- , ner, will be Bob Goebel, and , · Nalvwai ko "in the inter- Dennis Warner, guards; Ken JC11 J' y Austin section are Cicero on the east, Menard on the west, Chicago on the south and North on the north. Boundaries for the Galewood section are Menard on the east, Harlem on the west, North on the south and the Milwaukee Road tracks on the north. A decal deposit of $12.00 Is required for all boys. This includes auxiliary membership, pictures, insurance, u m p i r e s uniforms, and equipment. Officers for the current, year are Al Morelli, 1940 N. Sayre, president; William O'Donnell, 1355 N. Parkside, vice president, North Austin and William Lang, 1954 N. Normandy, vice president, Galewood. Mozart Park Wrestlers In AAU Meet Mozart Park will be well represented in both the primary and novice divisions in the Central AAU wrestling meet on March 18 and 19 at Humboldt Park. The park's eight primary di vision entries, together w i t h their schools, are as follows: 70 Ibs., Dan Schaffner, 2116 N. Springfield, Mozart; 77 Ibs., Paul Irmen, · 2238 N. Central Park, Our Lady of Grace; 83 Ibs., Terry Irmen, 2238 N. Central Park, Our Lady of Grace; 90 Ibs., John Ankebrant, 4050 W. Armitage, Funston; 97 Ibs., Greg Ankebrant, 4050 W. Armi tage, Funston; 90 Ibs., Ronald N e r o d a , 2242 N. Kilbourn Nixon; 90 Ibs., Jim Pecaro, 3743 Armitage, Funston; 112 Ibs. John Pecaro, 3743 Armitage Funston. The five Mozart Novice en tries arp; 97 Ibs., Russ Kohe- wer, 3526 Armitage, K e 1 v y n high; 125 Ibs., Charles Koshe wer, 3526 Armitage, K e 1 v y n high; 118 Ibs., Harold Heg 3704 Cortland, Prosser high; 125 Ibs., Sakes Kandalanaptis 3762 Fullerton, Kelvyn high; 135 Ibs., Vince Urbanelli, 2059 N. Spaulding, Logan. Mozart's lone entry In the open division on Friday, March 20 at McKinley Park will be Mozart's volunteer coach anc Park District 155 pound title holder, Don Carlson, 1934 N Kimball. Motorists should never drive their cars unless car windows are clean and visibility assured, the Chicago Motor Hub says. Nails Florto FALCONS of Prohser High school had a rather successful Public league wrestling campaign by placing ninth in the city meet with 20 points, despite the absence of one of their top grapplers, 165-pound JOHN MAGGIORE, who suffered a cracked rib hi the final dual meet against Foreman. The Wickstrom- coached matmen, however, are looking forward to an even better season in 1965. Seven of the first string competitors will be back. The only one who will graduate will be the team's captain, DAVID FLOHRA. Returning wrestlers will be JOE OVINGTON, 120; CHUCK TOOPS, 127; JIM FONTAINE, 133; ED WARD, 145; JOHN MAGGIORE, 165; BOB COFFELT, 180, and JOE KOZIOL, heavyweight. » * * TWIETMEYER'S NAME is a familiar one in Austin High school athletics. ALjf N is currently the most versatile swimmer on the Tiger senior squad, which is the unbeaten West section champion. But big brother GERRY starred in two different sports for the Tigers, and later Valparaiso University. He was an outstanding baseball pitcher and basketball player. Gerry hung up his spikes two seasons ago after several years of play with Elgin in the semi-pro circuit. He now coaches Little Leaguers in DesPlaines where he resides with his wife and two children, a three-year-old boy and a one- year-old girl. The ex-Tiger athlete Is a cost analyst with the A. B. Dick Company. · * * TOURNEY FACTS--Undefeated teams which have survived the tournament trail to a state cage championship were Taylorville, which captured 45 straight in 1944, Mt. Vernon, which 33 in a row in 1950, LaGrange, which had 29 straight in 1953, Marshall (Chicago) which won 30 consecutive games in 1958, and Collinsville, which won 32 games without losing in 1961. Five other teams went into the Championship final undefeated, only to meet first losses. In 1922 Atwood's perfect record was nipped by Centralia, 24 to 16. Decature did it to Danville, 26 to 22, in 1936, while hi 1942 Paris, previously unbeaten, fell before Centralia. 35 to 33. DuSable of Chicago had a perfect mark of 31 straight in 1954, but lost to Mt Vernon, 76 to 70. Collinsville won 34 straight games in 1957 before losing to Herrin, 45 to 42. · * * ODDITY--St. Patrick's fine cage five, which won Its third straight Chicagoland "crown this season, did not have a single player on the league's all-star squad as named by the league's coaches. . . . BRONKO JOVIC of Kelvyn Park finished third among the Public league's Red division scorers with 235 points and a fancy 23.5 average per game. Three Tiger Starters Return Next Season Coach Don Westergren will build his 1964-65 Austin high school basketball team around three returning starters--Matt Goosens, Harvey A m e n and Art Manson. Two s t a r t e r s , Russ Olsen and Rich Sniadan- ko, will graduate in June. The Tigers, who seemed to have second place cinched in the Blue division of the West section, had to s e t t l e for a share of the runners-up spot with Cooley when they were upset in their finale by the Comets, 73 to 64. The Tigers had soundly whipped the Comets in their first league encounter, 77 to 50. The Tigers will again compete in Blue division competition next season. Waller, divisional champion, will move up to the higher rated Red division and Harrison will move down. Gaels Close Season On Victory Note It's been a lean season for the St. Philip senior basketball squad, but the Gaels did have the satisfaction of closing their Catholic league campaign last Friday on a victory note. They trimmed Holy Trinity, 62 to 47 on the Trinity floor. Duke Lewis, who has been among the Catholic league scoring leaders all season, paced all scorers with 24 points. Runner- up in the scoring department was Gael senior Sam Sledge who collected 16 points. Mozart Youths In Table Tennis Play Two Mozart Park table tennis players gained the semifinals in Area 8 competition at Riis Park last week, before being eliminated. They were Mike Boruta in the midget class and Ozyuk and Jim Karedes, centers, and Richard Bono, guard. Tadelman will rely heavily on recruits from this year's Shamrocks. Dennis Faulkner's Jinxers placed third with a 3-5 - t record and the J u n i o r Shamrocks finished with an identical 3-5 record. inent of whom are Tom Enfants, D a n n y C o h e n a n d Warren Johnson. The Panthers had a 5-5 rec- oid in Rod division play, good for f o u r t h place in the North section. They closed play w i t h a 67 to 66 victory over Roose- mpdiate division. Other Mo/art entries in the area competition were Joe Romano, Mike Nalywaiiko, Nick Boruta, Leroy Lesniewicz, Alleen Kilroy and Pattv Kiolbasa. -COUPON Ladies Invited Tel. 378-9515 Children always welcome and may play when accompanied by a parent "CUE AND CUSHION" BILLIARD PARLOR Open 11 A.M. to 1 A.M. 29 S. Cicero Ave. Chicago, III. This Coupon Good for Half Hoar FREE PLAY! I Lucchesi Boys Club Skate Party March 19 Lucchesi Off the Street Boys Club and Pat Petrone Little league roller skating party will [ be held on Thursday evening. March 19 at 7:30 o'clock at the COUPON -- ·^^^^^·M* eWHH^^^^^MMMMWHHHI St. Patrick's Day . . . i Delano Girls Win Fourth Place Medals Four gills represented Delano playground in the recent board of education table tennis city finals -- Jeanette Hikes, Lillic Carter, Carol Jean Davis and Gayle Tatum. They received fourth place medals in junior new Riverview Koner KinK, aei-· singles team competition, mont and Campbell. j The team won first place in Tickets may be obtained at the league and division meets, the Lucchesi Clubroom, 619 N. In the city finals, which were Ridgeway, at the Midwest Piz- hrld at Burioughs playground, zcria, 3854 Chicago, or at the the g.rls lost to Fulton in the DiMaggio Lounge, 3559 Chi- first round and then lost to rago. ' Waters in the last round. 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