Central Catholic High School - Echo Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN)

 - Class of 1964

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September 10, 1963 SHAMROCK Another Year - Another Title? Irish Clash With Cadets Although he is fielding prac- tically a whole new starting lineup, Coach Walter Bartkie- wicz had confidence enough in this year ' s squad to say that he expects " nothing less than a City Champion. " He beheves that they will have a good season but will have to come along fast at the beginning of the season to support his expectations. This Friday the Irish officially open defense of their city title with the Cadets of Concordia. According to Bill Koch, Con- cordia ' s head coach, the Cadets expect to field a pretty fair team that could be just as good or possibly better than last year ' s exceptional squad. In any case they won ' t be caught flat-footed, and it will be a tough game. CC ' s city series prospects can just about be decided by the over-all turnout of this game. Two South Bend teams. Saint Joseph ' s and Central, round out this month ' s schedule. As usual, and as most South Bend elevens run, they will be tough and possible ranked powers. Coach ' s Opinion Coach Bartkiewicz, when asked who would give his team the toughest battle this season, replied that that would have to be " our cross-town rival. Bishop Luers. " His opinion was backed up by four coaches representing three other schools who believed the city title was up for grabs be- tween Luers, CC, and possibly Concordia. Getting back to his own team. Coach Bartkiewicz remarked that only two positions seem to be lacking in depth or experi- ence — guard and end. The other positions are either al- ready filled or will be early in the season. There are 13 returning letter- men and all figure in on one of the starting units planned by Coach Bartkiewicz. Possible Line-up A possible starting unit (al- ternates included) looks some- thing like this: ends. Bill Frantz, Larry Bobay, (L), and Mike Warnament (L); tackles, By Mark Bartholomy Stan Sitko (L) and Dick Vuk- manovich (L); guards, Denny Weissert and Paul Schoenle: center, Greg Butler or Bill Weber (L), In the backfield it will be: quarterback, John Mauch (L) or Ron Stanski (L); halfbacks, P. J. Habecker (L), Dick Forte (L), Jim Roussel (L), or Stan Dilley (L), and fullback. Bill Hoot (L), Bob Boedeker, and Tom Firestine (L — Letterman). Those coaches who will be ably assisting Coach Bartkie- wicz this season are: Bob Boyle, and the two new coaches, Jim Delaney and Mike Mitchell. This year there are four new managers who will be doing their best to field a decent-look- ing team. They are: Larry Steinbacher, Gus Verstynen, Bob Boyle, and Jim Mason. Two of these four coaches, Mike Mitchell and Jim Delaney, second and third from the left, are new this year. Jim, the new freshman coach, played four years of football here at CC and was a member of the wrestling team at Saint Joseph ' s College, where he was graduated last spring. Mike, new backfield coach, played his college football at Northern Illinois and has coached at Bremen High School. On the far left is returning Head Coach Walter Bartkiewicz, now in his seventh year at CC, while on the far right is Reserve Coach Bob Boyle who came to CC last year. Harriers Threaten Record; Coach Sees Strong Team Cross-country, long a forgot- ten sport at CC, opens its 1963 season with a full schedule of meets in the month of Septem- ber and bright hopes for the coming season. As Coach Leon Youngpeter states it, " We will be much stronger than last year and I think we will win some meets this year. " To back up this assertion. Coach Youngpeter has a full slate of returning lettermen, as there were no seniors on the team last year. According to Coach, best prospects on the team are Don Bobay, Don Wun- derlin. Mike Suelzer, Tom La Fontaine, John Sullivan, and Steve Bird. The school record for the two- mile cross-country course is 10 minutes and 35 seconds and Coach has indicated that possi- bly four members of the team could break this record. Although Coach refused to comment on the team ' s chances in city competition, he did say, " We ' ll give them all some trou- ble before the season is over. " S^pottlaht ' i T 9 r or b By Henry Reitzug The year 1963 was marked by many surprises in the world of spoi-ts, but the one which could possibly be the greatest is yet to unfold. In a year marked by such rari- ties as the uncovering of a bet- ting scandal in the National Football League; the College All-Stars whipping the pro champion Green Bay Packers, the Chicago Cubs playing first- division baseball, and the New York Yankees winning without Mickey Mantle, the re-emer- gence of the Notre Dame Fight- ing Irish to the head of the col- lege football ranks could cause the biggest stir of all. Since 1955 Notre Dame has been eembarked on a steady slide toward oblivion in the football world, and the job to halt that slide was entrusted to Coach Hugh Devore last winter. To off ' set the rough schedule which he inherits. Coach Devore has a head full of plans and a large group of returning letter- men to execute them. Among his lettermen he has such stars as quarterback Frank Budka, record-breaking end Jim Kelly, captain Bob Lehmann and Jim Carroll in the line, Joe Farr el and Don Hogan in the back- field if the latter can recover from injuries in an automobile accident, and a 220-pound sopho- more fullback, Pete Duranko. Among Devore ' s plans is a pro- style offense which gives him an extra flanker. Judging from the performance of these boys and the whole var- sity in the annual Old Timers ' Game last spring, it appears that Noti-e Dame will no longer be a push-over for the country ' s big football powers, but will again be able to take its place among them. On the " home front, " Coach Walter Bartkiewicz is busily preparing the Central Catholic Fighting Irish football team for its defense of the city cham- pionship. Although this team has not amassed the laurels that last year ' s team has, under Coach Bartkiewicz ' s leadership and with the proper student sup- port it will represent CC just as creditably as did last year ' s squad. So let ' s get out and sup- port our team! 19

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