Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on September 30, 1970 · Page 12
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1970, PAGE 12 SPORTS PAGE Proviso Pirates Nip New Trier The Proviso bast 1'irate football team opened their 1970 .suburban league season with a 20 to 13 win over New Trier East. New Trier scored first on a blocked punt recovered by Jim Verville in the Proviso end zone. Proviso roared back with a 69 yard pass play from Hurst to Joseph. The two point conversion on a pass play failed. New Trier again blocked a punt and two plays later scored on a 9 yard pass from Smart to Morgan. -Opening the second half Hurst ran the team to the one yard line with Scheid going over for the score. A Hurst to Joseph two- point conversion gave the Pirates the lead 14 to 13. Again the combination of Hurst to Joseph clicked for a 78 yard pass touchdown early in the fourth quarter. And for all intent and purposes, that was the ball game with Proviso East picking up the win 20 to 13. SUBURBAN LEAGUE STANDINGS W L P OP W L P OP Highland Park 1 0 W G N«w Trier Eeil 0 I 13 W Wauhegan I 070 A Milt* East ..0 I 470 Provtw east I 0 70 13 Oa* Park .0 ) 0 A Evaroton 1040 Morion Ea»t 01 0 J4 It Kuril Evaruton &, OaJt Park 0 Provno E»*t 20, New Trlvr East 13 HKjtilano pirk 34, Morton East 0 waukegan 70. Nlln Ent t tfie Sportsman's Comer * tiv Clark Webster. Hemington Wild Lile Expert PRESERVES FOR URBAN HUNTCRS .lAitS AND 2 :ArJAPlAN WOV NCES OFFfK HUNTING AT (.'6ASONA8LE COST ON tMABI-lSHaP «£' Pk'65EfcCV6S iNi'H SEASONS a—. ^' ID 6 \AOKft-o LONG rut «'K:^=r. COVLk MArCjlt'i NOKAAAL Wll U>1 .1 I MAB Al ANU 1 IUl' HLIM1« MAV, IHt: INLISMVL i;> IN Hit SltfPS WIUL rueRe HUNTERS HAVE 5E6N MUCH OF THBIR KJKMeu rVwoKire GROUSE. QUAIL OR PHEASANT COVER' wu. reey ro THE 6uu- POIgR HOW6VBR.6OOP HUNTING ]$ BECOMING INCREASINGLY AVAILABLE ON HUNTING PRESERVES LOCATEP NEAR LAKSg ernes (ih'NLRAL MDSK - ! 'L.R >V I IX SIOCM-D 6UQ- AS iHbSt FVtQUfc'NTLY ONLV A SHOW ! PKIVE AWAV ANU PtFtWABLt, QUICK ppiNiiNG SHOTGUNS LIKE PtMINGrON'S POPULAK MOPtL IIOO, HUNHN6 CAN rlt: AS CKOPUCnVL AS " We hate to Brag but ... Don't Buy New Carpeting unless you come to us. We know carpet, many years of cleaning carpets qualifies us as experts. We can sell you the exact type of carpet for your needs, nationally known brands of carpet, wool-nylon-indoor outdoor etc. We can advise you on the correct type of carpet for best service and price. FAILLE 501 Nylon Carpet AH COLORS Continous Filiment •ap ^J . / J per sq. yd. Butler Rug Co. 7406 W. MADISON FO 9-6640 ft f r ( .t .1 j..r.f . St. Bernardine Bowling Leagues St. Bernardine Men's League Points Reich & Becker 16 Cognates Foods 14 National Roofing 12 Alberts Furniture 12 Pat Hollahan Dodge 11 CermaJc-Harlem Standard 10 Suburban Oil 9 No. America Savings 9 Seven Oaks Resturant 7 Saracco Construction 5 Hank Lambeke bowled high game of 233. Jerry Matysik bowled high series of 580. ST. BERNARDINES LEAGUE POINTS 7 6 5 4 4 3 2 1 Bk Sam Sansone Forest Pk Nat. Trage Bros. Mohr Oil Co. Famous Liquors Reich Si Becker Miller Drugs Quitsch Florist Joan Dioguardi bowled a high game of 20S and high series of 483. Card of Thanks Thanks to all the people of Forest Park who helped make the Little League paper drive a big success for the second ti;iif this year. A special thanks ti> T'.m Pciider of Precision SM I'lMiing fni the- usi' of his truck .11,1: (i. Milly Miller foi I lii- use of tier garage. Also, II.auks to everyone who helped and played our skill game at the Oktohcrfust. For your car your home your life and your health State Fj'ii is all you need to know about insurance Give me a call ART CARLSON, Jr. 7439'/2 Madison St. Forest Park 366-3779 Slatt farm is j/l you ni'ej lo know about fCiwanis Ko/t's Drop Close One On Saturday, Sept. 26th at 8:30 p.m., the Kiwanis Kolt varsity football team, after controlling the Scoreboard for almost the entire game, fell in the last minute of play to the Downers Grove Blue Devils by a score of 22 - 18. Trapped on our own goal line after a punt by the Blue Devils on a near water-submerged field with an uncontrollably wet ball, a valiant attempt was made by quarterback Allan Schleicher to control the ball until the clock ran out was halted on third down when the Blue Devils took over on a fumble. Veteran halfback Dan Cox, the scourge of defensive backs and linebackers throughout the league, scored all of our touchdowns, one on receiving a punt and tworeturnedon kickoffs. This was.made possible by outstanding execution of downfield blocking by our front men, spearheaded by our leading blocker for kick-off returns, Pete Makaris. A fine job was also done by one of our linebackers, defensive end specialists, Mike Morrello, who filled in at short notice for our regular center Pete Heuster, who was injured in practice the previous week. Other defensive standouts were Steve Knock, Mike Schied, Al Kielma, Mark Randleman, Steve Mareno, who recovered a Blue Devil fumble, Dan Cox, Pete Makaris and Larry Dunst. The front five that set up our touchdowns on the kickoff were Roy Madden, Mike Serio, Mike Morello, Larry Dunst and our big offensive tackle, Ken Hogan. Ron Nagster, a newcomer, did a fine job filling in on both defensive and offensive at end. Prior to this game, our only touchdown was scored against North Austin by Allen Kietma, smallest starter on the varsity, on a pass completed by the deadly accuracy of quarterback Al Schleicker. Sunday, Oct. 4th, will be homecoming for all former Kolt players and our first home game. Widget game at 1:00 Varsity at 3:00 p.m. Our Widgets were defeated on Sunday, Sept. 27th in the last half of the ball game at Glenview by a score of 20 - 0. Further details were unavailable as of this writing. Sfwasft Sfars The members of the starting defensive secondary for the 1070 Siwashers are left to right: Dick Schwartz of Evanston, fll • Dennis Fallen of ForesM^arkjJll.; Jerry baumtister of Bethany' Okia.; and James Rhodes from Chicago. All arc seniors. ' Schwartz is in his third year as a member of the defensive backfield. f-a.rre.ll. who switched last year from tailback to defensive backfield, played high school football for Proviso Hast Baumeister played his high school hall at Putnam City High. He is returning to secondary following a knee operation last winter. Rounding out the secondary is James Rhodes, who played for Crane Tech while in high school. Jim is in his third year as a member of Knox's defensive backfield. CIRCLE BOWLING LANES are now forming JR. & PREP Supervised LEAGUES for information call 366*2810 CIRCLE BOWLING LANES 7244 Circle Ave. Forest Park

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