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Tardani felt a rapport with the West Michigan community and tales from his own life were often interspersed among his sports reporting. His surviving films offer a rare window for us to relive games and other sports activities of earlier decades.
In addition to his prominent role in community affairs, he also made a ificant personal contribution to sports in Muskegon, specifically in the area of baseball and high school athletics. Professional league baseball returned to Muskegon in with the grand opening of Marsh Field.
A catcher and third baseman with a of local teams, he officially hung up the cleats in Inhe was honored locally for his years of service to baseball in Greater Muskegon. At the age of 18, David first became involved in baseball in Muskegon. A baseball, basketball and football official for 30 years, he was recognized by the Michigan High School Athletic Association for his years of service.
Yet Cioe's volunteer work was not strictly limited to Catholic Central.
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Along with his dedication to promoting and teaching youth sports, he often contributed personal sums from his own modest income to help support the programs. With the merger of the area's three Catholic schools into Muskegon Catholic Central inCioe was put in charge of the junior high school athletic program.
Coverage of the Newaygo girls basketball team's march to the state championship, as well as coverage of three World Series were personal highlights of his career. Many future major leaguers appeared at Marsh Field during the Central League years.
Inafter 21 years at the foundry, he accepted a full-time sports writing position with the Muskegon Chronicle. Much of the past sports traditions at North Muskegon High School were influenced by the hard work and dedication of Moran at the younger age levels of competitive sports. As an influential and respected member of the Muskegon Board of Education for the last 27 years of his life, Charles Marsh continued to promote local sports programs in the school system.
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Jake came to Muskegon around WWI and participated in local factory leagues as player and manager for several years. An avid bowler and horseshoe pitcher, Volz has also worked on the de and promotion of the Moose horseshoe court. Inhe became president of the club and served for two years.
During the 's and early 70's, Elsa's annual shows would draw more than 2, fans to the arena. A graduate of Muskegon High School, Cioe served Muskegon Catholic Central for over 25 years as a teacher, coach, athletic director and business manager.
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Charles W. Arriving in Muskegon inCharles Marsh soon established himself as one of the community's most successful businessmen and a respected civic leader. Les not only kept the grounds in playable shape, but his efforts were directly responsible for the electric scoreboard, lighting system, modern restrooms, rebuilt dugouts, and aluminum bleachers among other improvements to the facility. Jake was president and principal stockholder in the Muskegon Clippers, a Chicago White Sox farm team. When the State League folded after and one of the principal home fields, Castenholz Park, was dismantled and converted to residential property, Marsh spearheaded a campaign to build a new downtown ballpark.
Baseball was always a favorite, and although Tardani was never blessed with outstanding athletic skills, he was always a participant and the team statistician in neighborhood games. A graduate of Western Michigan University, Volz taught mathematics in the Muskegon Public Schools for 38 years before his retirement in Since that time, he has been active member of the community, assisting the elderly with their taxes and serving on the Muskegon Elks scholarship committee.
One year later, David was one of six baseball boosters from Michigan and Ohio honored before an exhibition game at Tiger Stadium for his contributions to amateur baseball. He continued covering events, and writing features for the paper until his death in August of Baseball" to local residents, Les David's involvement with the national pastime in Muskegon covered a span of more than 60 seasons.
A native of Toledo, Ohio, Nelson Volz has been active in the local sports community since his arrival in Muskegon in Best known as the public address announcer for Muskegon Big Reds, Volz has served the area in a variety of ways. After Muskegon entered the Michigan State League inMarsh immediately became one of the baseball team's most active boosters.
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John E. His contributions, especially in later life, in giving local fans entertaining and quality baseball at Marsh Field for many seasons cannot be overlooked. He received his start in coaching as a volunteer assistant football coach at Muskegon Central Junior High in In he ed the staff of St. Jean's High School as an assistant basketball coach. On January 1,Tardani retired from The Chronicle, but not from sports writing. Inhe was honored for 35 years of service as a volunteer worker at city track meets.
Not just an organizer, Moran was an expert coach who managed youth teams throughout his adult life. An ice skating instructor at outdoor rinks and at the L. Walker Arena since the 's, Lowe embodies the spirit of what the Distinguished Service Award is all about.
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His coverage of the local sports scene included numerous features on the sports heroes of yesterday. Presented with the opportunity to teach, he returned to school intaking extension courses at Muskegon Community College and Aquinas College. He was instrumental in the campaign to construct the concrete stands of Hackley Stadium, which opened in The late Lyle Moran devoted a lifetime to the encouragement and development of youth sports programs in the Muskegon area. Inhe served MCC as a study hall supervisor, and handled the Crusader frosh football squad. Inhe began vietnamese year stint as P.
The team played their home games at Marsh Field from In later years, he worked the microphone for Muskegon High School boys and girls basketball games, and a of prep contests at the L. Walker Arena. Marsh continued to provide financial and moral support to keep Muskegon in professional baseball and returned as president of the Michigan Ontario League Muskegon. Filled with anecdotes, his writings offered many the chance dating relive the guy days of Muskegon's varied sports scene.
In the 's he founded Little League football and in he co-founded the local Little League baseball. InMarsh and his associates generously deeded the new baseball park to the city of Muskegon at its original cost.
Cioe retired from MCC inbut his ties to the school remained strong. Another lesser-known contribution made by Lyle Moran to the area's sports history was done through one of his hobbies - home movies. Although his contribution was felt throughout the county, the people of North Muskegon especially treasured his impact.
From tothe Zephyrs attracted an interesting variety of first-rate opponents at Marsh Field, including visits by the Detroit Tigers and the Chicago White Sox. Many of the great Negro League teams made stops in Muskegon, as did the Great Lakes Navy team, made up of big league stars serving their wartime obligations in the military. A resident of Muskegon sinceshe took over the L. Walker Arena's skating program from Gil McKellen in Lowe's dream was to produce national champion-type figure skaters from the area and she pushed on toward that goal with a vengeance.
David also served as president of the United Baseball League from until his death in David was the originator and driving force behind the Marsh Field Improvement Fund Tournament hosted annually in Muskegon. Thanks to the dedication of Jake Outwin, Muskegon was on the baseball map once again in his lifetime.
With his own movie camera, he recorded numerous sports events from the distant past. Outwin organized his own semi-professional teams and later a class A level of fully professional baseball with the Muskegon Clippers of the Central League.
During the high school football season his column predicting the week's winners were heavily read, as well as a source of inspiration for numerous prep squ. Volz received his start in announcing inas a color man for a local radio station.
One of nine children, Mart is remembered by friends from his youth as a man who always loved sports. A graduate of Muskegon St. A timekeeper for Lakey's during the day, Tardani worked as a freelance reporter at night and on weekends. She staged shows at the Arena in which she personally did all the sewing of the costumes for the plus participants, in addition to deing and building the props for the set. A native of Austria, where she became a professional skater at a young age, Elsa toured Europe performing in ice shows.
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Many area youngsters learned their sports fundamentals under the guidance of Lyle Moran. His sensitive text covering a cancer-stricken athlete, as well as an article about the untimely death of another athlete won awards. Serving as caretaker of the city-owned baseball diamond at Peck Street and Laketon Avenue, David poured time and money into the site. While she received a nominal fee for her time of teaching figure skating, she has consistently took on skaters free who could not afford the classes, while spending her own money, talents and time in an effort to promote figure skating.
The post-war boom of minor league baseball gave rise to the rebirth of the class A Central League in Outwin was among the organizers of this new circuit and was instrumental in gaining a franchise for Muskegon.