June 2, 2003
6:00 p.m. Cocktails
7:00 p.m. Dinner
Induction Ceremony Following Dinner
Brother Philip Smith, C.S.C President
Master of Ceremonies
Matt Rodriguez, ’54
Athletic Hall of Fame Committee
Chet Lis, ’58 Chairperson
Ron Sowizrol, ’57
Denis Zamirowski, ’63
William “Red” Daletski
Class of 1952
Class of 1967
Class of 1993
William “Red” Daletski
Football, Class of 1952
Presenter: Bob Berry
Red, an outstanding end, was a member of the football team for four years and major letter winner in his junior and senior years. He was Honorable Mention on the Chicago Catholic League Football Team as a senior, MVP in his senior year and was selected Player of the Game (HTHS vs. Weber HS) by the Chicago Catholic radio station as a senior. He also played basketball for two years and was selected to the North Section All Star Basketball Team in his senior year. He received the Babe Ruth Sportsmanship Award for all sports as a senior.
Red received a football scholarship to St. Benedict College (now Benedictine College) in Kansas and was a major letter winner for four years as an offensive and defensive end. His team won the conference championship when he was a sophomore. He was team captain in his senior year, and was selected to the All Conference team in his sophomore and junior years. He was a 1st Team NAIA All American and was selected to the Catholic All American Team. In 1991 he was inducted into the Benedictine College Hall of Fame.
After graduating from college with a BA in English, he was head football coach at St. Patrick H.S. in Fremont, Nebraska. He then went to Illinois High School District 214 in the Chicago northwest suburbs and from 1959 – 1993 held various positions of increasing responsibility as assistant football coach and English teacher at Arlington Heights H. S., head football coach & English teacher at Wheeling H. S., Division Head of English and Fine Arts at John Hersey H. S., Assistant Principal at John Hersey H. S., director of Student Activities and Athletic Director & Assistant Principal at Wheeling H.S.
He also received an MA in English from DePaul University in 1963 by attending night school. He retired from High School District 214 in 1993.
Bill and his wife Sylvia live in Harvard, Illinois. They have two children, daughter Laura and son Francis and eight grandchildren, 1 grandson and 7 granddaughters. Ages of the grandchildren are 22, 15, 14, 12, 12, 11, 10 and 10 years.
Basketball, Class of 1967
Presenter: Bob Glazik
Robert was a member of the Senior Varsity Basketball team for four years and a major letter winner in all four years. He was a three time MVP, was the high scorer in the Catholic League in his junior year, high scorer of the North Section in his senior year and 2nd high scorer in Catholic League in his senior year. He scored a record high game of 51 points in one game. He was All City #1 Team
in both his junior and senior years and Chicago Sun-Times Player of the Week 3 times in his junior and senior years.
He received a basketball scholarship to Troy State University in Alabama and played in his freshman & sophomore years. He was 1st team as a sophomore, broke the school record with 48 points and made the Citadel Tournament All Star team.
He has been in the heating and air conditioning business work for the last 34 years. He and his wife Eileen have been married for 31 years and live in Hawthorne Woods, Illinois. They have three children, Bob age 26, Trisha age 23 and Patrick age 21. They also have one grandchild on the way. As a volunteer coach for 5 years at St. Francis De Sales, Lake Zurich, Robert’s team won the Lake County Division championship.
Basketball, Class of 1993
Presenter: Ms. Tiffany Taylor
Marcus was an outstanding basketball player and a major letter winner for four years. He was the unanimous pick as the Chicago Prep Conference Player of the Year as a senior, a three time All Conference Player as a sophomore, junior and senior and was selected to the Chicago Sun Times Class “A” All-State Team as a senior. He scored over 1300 points and pulled down over 600 rebounds in his four- year high school career. He was the leading scorer and re-bounder for the 18-11 HTHS Chicago Prep Conference Regional Champions in 1993 and was selected to play in the Illinois Basketball Coaches’ Association All-Star Game.
He received a four year basketball scholarship to North Dakota State University where he played as a starting forward. He transferred to Kennedy King Junior College where he also was a starting forward and made the
All Regional Team. He later transferred to Indiana University Purdue University (IUPU) at Indianapolis where he played basketball for 3 seasons as a starting forward and earned 3 major monograms. He graduated from IUPU with a BS in Sociology and a minor in Behavior Science.
After graduating from college, he worked for the Youth Service Project for State of Illinois for 1½ years as a Youth Counselor. Currently he is working for the DuPage County Detention Center as a Detention Officer with juvenile offenders. He is single and lives in Chicago.
Holy Trinity High School Athletic Hall of Fame
Don “Red” Amidei, Basketball and Baseball, Class of 1945, Inducted 2000
Don “ Tuffy” Balicki, Basketball, Class of 1957, Inducted 1999
Henry J. Brandt, Coach, Class of 1927, Inducted 1999
Leonard “Len” Czarnecki, Basketball and Football, Class of 1948, Inducted 2000
Joe “Herman” Gliwa, Football, Class of 1955, Inducted 1999
Brother Alfred Grilli, C.S.C., Band Director 1942 – 1987, Inducted 1999
Brother Tom Henning, C.S.C., Athletic Director, Faculty & Staff 1958-1970, 1989-1992,
John “Jack” Krol, Baseball and Basketball, Class of 1953, Inducted 2001
Stephen Kubiatowski, Basketball and Golf, Class of 1953, Inducted 2001
August “Gus” Pasquini, Football and Basketball, Class of 1951, Inducted 2000
Michael “Mickey” Salzinski, Class of 1956, Basketball, Inducted 2001
Richard “Honey” Starzyk, Basketball, Class of 1938, Inducted 2002
Belinda Williams, Volleyball, Track & Field, Class of 1993, Inducted 2002
Frank “Andy” Wodziak, Football, Class of 1949, Inducted 1999
Thank You This booklet was put together with the teamwork of two former Tiger football co-captains. Chester Lis '58, e-mailed the text to Greg Lopatka '58. Greg printed it on his home computer and created this web page.
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2001 Induction Ceremony
2002 Induction Ceremony
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