ECONOMIST NEWSPAPERS. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 14.1973 CS Section II Page 11 Catholic league announces basketball all-stars ByKENPOOLE SPOUTS EDITOR Front-running Leo and also- ran Mendel dominate the senior (heavyweight) basketball team to represent the southside of Chicago in the 28th annual Catholic League A1I- Star game to be played Sunday, Feb. 18, at DePaul University Center, 2324 Seminary ave. A junior (lightweight) game will he played at 2 p.m. with the heavyweight game set for 4 pm. A "coaches game" will be played between the light and heavy contests. On the lightweight team to represent the southside are three players from St. Rita and three from Mendel, including outstanding sophomores Don Dobes of St Rita and Dave Maracich of Mendel. The southside heavyweight team selected by the league's coaches is made up of all seniors. Besides Dobes, a triple sport star in football basketball - baseball, and Maracich. the south lights have one other sophomore, Jim O'Connor of St. Laurence and no juniors. * The northside heavyweight team will be led by Leathar Scott. 6-3 senior of Gordon Tech who had a 25-point per- game average before he was declared ineligible for regular league and playoff games. Scott will team with Gordon's 6-10 MarsJiall Hill, a senior who is averaging 15 points a game. Joe Hoesley and Tom Gerhardt of DeLaSalle and Raymond Davis, Clyde Moore and Gary Kimbrough of Hales, although southsiders, will play with the northside all-stars. The south lights defeated the northside lights 62-61 in a hard- fought struggle and the southsiders in the heavy game prevailed 70-66 last year. Most valuable players in the games were Steve Puidokas of St. Laurence for the heavies and Rich Connors of Fenwick for the lights. Puidokas, the league's runner-up scorer so far this year to St. Rita's Jim Czajkowski, will have a return appearance in the twin classic. Puidokas, 6-10, 245-pound senior, has a per game average of 23 points. Steve Antrim of Mendel will coach the south heavies. Chuck Schwarz of St. Laurence will coach the south lightweight squad. In the scries, the south lights lead 17-11 while the heavies trail thenorthsiders 15-13. Former All-Stars now coaching in the Catholic league include Will Kellogg, Brother Rice; Ed Calvin. Fenwick; Tom O'Malley. Leo; Jerry Tokars, DeLaSalle; John O'Loughlin. Loyola; Bob Frasor, Ml. Carmel, and Schwarz. LIGHTWEIGHT SOUTH P-aye, Bob Evans Leo 17 Isaac George Leo n Joe O'Neill Mendel 12 David Green Mendel is Dave Maracich Mendel 12 Ziggy Mikuzis St. Rita 12 Tom Sapp Don Dobes Jim O'Connor Jim Halpin BobFroio Bob Fitzgerald Tom Piskorski Kevin Murray St. Rita St. Rita Laurence Laurence Bro. Rice Rice Carmel Carmel 10 12 18 10 10 10 15 10 HEAVYWEIGHT SOUTH Leo Leo Mendel Mendel Ray Jendra Jim McEldowney Leo Tony Pakrker Ron Simmons MikeShirey Dan Maracich Jim Szajkowski St. Rita Lou Kwitkowski St. Rita Sieve Puidokas Roman Butkus Art Bibbs Ray Jendra Cornell Smith BobScrutchens 16 is 16 10 12 31 10 Laurence 23 Laurence 16 Bro. Rice 20 Bro. Rice 10 Carmel 25 Carmel 17 Crusaders pin Gary team Rice out-grapples Vikes Brother Rice wrestlers topped St. Laurence Saturday in the Crusaders gym 28-19. In the last dual meets Saturday before the league championships on Feb. 24 it will be Rice at Loyola, Mendel at Gordon Tech and Ml. Carmel at St. Laurence. The league championships a week from Saturday will be held for the first time at Illinois Circle Campus. The Crusaders on Tuesday overwhelmed Gary West of Indiana 38-11. The visiting Hoosiers managed only three point victories and one tie. Scoring pins for the Crusaders were Pat Clark, 132; Mike Padden, 145; Pat Bickett, 185, and Wayne Bock, heavyweight. Winners on points for Brother Rice were Jerry Falsey, 98; Mark Flynn, 112; Jim Earner, 119, and Jack McDonough, 126 Mark Barczak, 167 pounds, wrestled to a tie with his Hoosier opponent. lUCK-LAUKKNCE 98 pounds--Mike Lamb (R) defeated Barry Kenny (L)S-l. 105 pounds--Mark Flynn R) defeated Jim Casey (L) 3-2. 112 pounds--Jim Kenny (L) defeated Jim Earner (R) 8-3. 119 pounds--Jack McDonough (R) defeated Kevin Griff in (L) 7-0. 126 pounds--Bill Ramsdon (L) dcfcatcdPnt Clark (R) 2- 0. Ramsden has two wins, Clark one and there was one tie in matches this year between these two outstanding grapplers. 132 pounds--Mike Herlihey (R) defeated Wallery (L) 2-1. 138 pounds--John Kenny (L) defeated Mike Padden (R)4-2. 145 pounds--Tom Czak (L) defeated Paul Brush (R) 140. 155 pounds--Glen Morphew (L) pinned Rich Williams (R) in the 3rd period. 167 pounds--Pat Bickett One still unbeaten One team remains undefeated in the Southwest G r a m m a r League after Sunday's action. St. John Fisher won its sixth straight g a m e t o c o n t i n u e i n c o m m a n d of the Blue division, defeating Christ the King 37-20. Kevin Durkin led the way w ith 10 points. Previously undefeated St. Ilernadctte was stopped by cross-league rival St Barnabas 29-24 Sunday, dropping into a second place tie. In other games Queen of M a r t y r s w h i p p e d S t . Catherine of Alexandria 53-38 behind 14 points from Joe Sullivan and Rich Kramer. St. Catherine's Mike Plar- czyk brought in the highest scoring! (R) defeated Rich Wagner (L) 16-6. 185 pounds--Sylvester O'Dell (R) pinned Ken Zintak (L) in the 3rd period. H e a v y w e i g h t -- W a y n e Bock (R) pinned Jim Creighton (L) in the 2nd period. Pat Bickett of Brother Rice has Rich Wagner in a rolj- poly hold (photo above). John Kenny of Laurence (photo left) has Rice's Mike Padden in his grip. Photos by George Bertonz. Academy wins big Morgan Park Academy took third place in the Independent League Tuesday night by mauling Francis Parker 87-36. Sam Countryman led the Warrior scoring with 30 points. Doug Collar had 16. The vistory gave the Warriors a 14-5 season mark and a 12-4 league record. Morgan Park showed its superiority from the opening buzzer, whipping out to a 20-5 lead by the end of the first quarter. The Warriors took a 39-19 lead by halftime. The third quarter showed plenty of Warrior power as they blasted Francis Parker 29-9 to take a 68-28 lead at the end of the period. The frosh-soph Warriors clinched a tie for the championship of the league with a 61-45 victory over Francis Parker. The sophs have lost only one game through the season. G O L F HICKORY HILLS COUNTRY CLUB 2 18-HOLE COURSES 2 OPEN TO THE PUBLIC--DAILY FEE--YEAR AROUND New All-Year Restaurant Lounge PHONE 598-6460 8201 West 95th Street Archer, Davis, Cornell, McKinley grapplers win The following is the result of the area four dual wrestling meet in which Archer Park defeated Hale Park by a score of 32'2-28'i. r5 IDS.--Rich Zaleski, Hale Park defeated Andy Rosa, Archer Park. 70 Ibs.--Ike Garcia, Archer Park defeated Steve Baro, Hale Park. 7C Ibs.--Tom Baro, Hale Park defeated John Snaidauf. Archer Park. 83 Ibs.--Vic Ciccio, Hale P a r k d e f e a t e d W a l l y Zw iazek. Archer Park. ' 90 Ibs.--Paul Henderson. Archer Park defeated Bill Baro, Hale Park. 97 Ibs.--David Rosa, Archer Park defeated Vince Parrnigini, Hale Park. 105 Ibs.--John Gacca, Hale Park defeated Rich Dudko, Archer Park. 112 Ibs.--Louis Velazquez, Archer Park defeated Don Bregin, Hale Park. Davis Park defeated Normandy Park by a score of 68-28. GO Ibs.--Kevin Keller, Davis Park defeated Ray Rizzuto, Normandy Park. G5 Ibs.--Tony Viola, Normandy Park won on default. 70 Ibs.--Gaibiano Izquerra, Davis Park defeated John White, Normandy Park. 83 Ibs.--Jerry Viola, Normandy Park defeated Mike Garrnat, Davis Park. 90 Ibs.--Randy Mondez, Davis Park defeated Butch Terzich, Normandy Park. 97 Ibs.--Terry Molitor, Davis Park won on default. 105 Ibs.--Rich Gutierrez, Davis Park defeated Barry Castrogiovanni. Normandy. 112 Ibs.--Bob Terell, Davis Park defeated and won on default. 118 Ibs.--Osco Cepeda, Davis Park won on default. 125 Ibs.--Bernie Lara, Davis Park defeated Scott Kurtovich, Normandy Park. 135 Ibs.--Louis Izquerra, Davis Park won on default. Cornell Park 56--Kelly 47. GO Ibs.--Pete Michalec, Cornell Park defeated Steve Ocasio, Kelly Park. G5 Ibs.--Mike Judd, Kelly P a r k d e f e a t e d T o m Wnokowski, Cornell Park. 70 Ibs.--Rich Hunt, Cornell P a r k d e f e a t e d S a m Campagna, Kelly Park. 75 Ibs.--Scott Zettergren, Kelly Park defeated Roy Smith, Cornell Park. 83 Ibs.--Jim Barry, Kelly ^Park defeated Pat Schueler, ' Cornell Park. 90 Ibs.--Dave Bower, Kelly Park defeated Drew Porter, Cornell Park. 97 Ibs.--Pat Pasciak, Kelly Park defeated Mihovacich, Cornell Park. 105 Ibs.--Jim Synowecki, Cornell Park defeated Ron Blades. Kelly Park. 112 Ibs.--Arnie Balandis, Kelly Park defeated Roy Kutsy, Cornell Park. 118 Ibs.--Mark Skowronski, Cornell Park defeated Ron Blades, Kelly Park. 125 Ibs.--Alex Sacazar, Cornell Park defeated Peter Raw c, Kelly Park. McKinley 61^--Vittum 38 GO Ibs.--Dave Slowinski- V i t t u m defeated Scott Wagner. McKinley _ i CHARTER BUSES SMCE ins LUXURIOUS CHARTER SERVICE AIR CONO WASHROOM EQUIP HIGHWAY COACHES LOCAL OR LONG "DISTANCE ' VALLEY TRANSIT CORP. j 4S4-51SO EX- M COLOR PICTURE TUBES REPLACED GUARANTEED FOR AS LONG AS YOU OWN YOUR SET ALL WORK DONE IN YOUR HOME HAVE YOUR PICTURE TUBE CHECKED Included In Installation Price (312) 333-2003 CALL COLLECT 279-882-8764 WON. thru PR1. 8-5. SAT. 8-17:00 CALUMET PICTURE TUBE MFG. INC. OPEN DAILY 10-10; SUNDAY 11-6 WED., THURS., FRL, SAT. 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