Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on October 7, 1970 · Page 9
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 9

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 7, 1970
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1970, PAGE 11 SPORTS PAGE THE U.S. ARMY RESERVE World Of Phiirmucv Ed MALCZYNSKI, R.Ph. or Jim McCANN, R.Ph. Always Ready to Serve You ... Drugs & Driving Facts Alcohol does play a major role in auto fatalities but medical authorities believe that other drugs, alone or in combination with alcohol, may be alargecon- tributer also. In the light of this information, officials at the scene of an accident should test for the presence of antihistamines, amphetamines, barbiturates, narcotics and marijuana. Many medicines may impair driving ability such as: muscle relaxants, analgesics, anticon- vulsants and ganglion-blocking drugs. Side reactions of certain medication, such as loss of balance, deafness, nausea and dizziness, also add to this. In a California study involving over 1,000 auto deaths, 15% die at the wheel of natural causes. These included heart attacks, epileptic seizures, strokes, diabetes attacks, drug overdose and drug flashbacks. Many drivers are also hand! capped by visual deterioration, severe arthritis andnewrologica" diseases. This In the near future, may well lead to regular driver examinations periodically in all the states instead of just the few that now have these examinations. Speaking of examinations. HAVE YOU HAD A MEDICA1 CHECKUP LATELY? IF NOT MAKE YOUR APPOFNTMEN NOW! RIERSON DRUGS 7328 Madison St. 366-0874 Walther Broncos Beat St. John 40-12 By Randy lohnson Last Saturday the Walther Broncos knocked off the St. John Mi' • [tary Academy 40-12 onthegrid- Iron at Walther Lutheran High School, Melrose Park. The first quarter started out with a Mike Fischer kick-off that got away from the St. John backman, he retrieved the ball and got off a runback of about 5 yards before he was met by 4 Bronco defensemen. St. John was forced to punt time and time again as the Walther defense snubbed St. John completely out of the scoring the firs; quarter. The Broncos were the first to the Scoreboard as tough Q.B. Allen Buchholz scampered 11 yards Into the end zone for the score, the conversion was good with a quick fling to split-end Bob Pygman. St. John's went scoreless making the first quarter score 8-0. Walther Broncos. In the second quarter the wind was a real factor in making a Walther backman fumble a punt, to give St. John the ball on the Bronco 10 yd. line. St. John HB Bob Henderlong brought tno ball to the Bronc i 1 y I. '.>n- fore QB Stan Smith went to Henderlong with a hand-off for the 1 yd. line plunge for the score. The conversion failed when linebacker Dave Zemke scooted through the St. John line to block the attempted kick. The Broncos were forced to punt on their next set of downs. The Walther Defense forced St. Join. Jick to their 1 yd. line befjre tackle Randy Johnson slipped through the off ens; /u line to dump 33 Stan Smith for a 2 point Safety. The Broncos got the ball on the kick-off with a 1-9 yd. runback by Sophomore Jim Jacobitz and moved the ball down to the St. John 30 yd. line where QB Allen Bucholz uncorked a 10 yd. bullet to Mike Fischer, who rambled the 30 yds. for the TD. At the point-after attempt was rough HB Rick McBride receiving the hand-off from QB Allen Buchholz for the conversion. Score at half: Walther 18, St. John 6. During the third quarter the Walther Broncos broke the gam3 wide open. It only took the Green Machine 3 plays In 5 minutes to score 3 TDs. The Broncos received the ball in the third quarter, HB Jim Montgomery and HB Rick McBride brought the ball to the St. John 13 yd. line when Montgomery smashed in for the score from 13 yds out. Buchholz then went back to Montgomery for the pat. That made the score Broncos 26, St. John's 6. Al Buchholz kicked off and Junior Guard Don Andrews recovered a St. John fumble to put the ball on the St. Jolin 18 yd. line. Then QB Allen Buchholz slipped a quick pass to Montgomery for an 18 yd. TD play. Buchholz went right back to Montgomery for the PAT as he ran it in. The Broncos kicked-off, St. Jolu fumbled, Broncos recovered and Buchholz went to Fischer for ; 58 yd. pass play for the TD Buchholz then handed off to Jin Montgomery for the PAT. The scoring was closed out Iiy the St John team with a pass by OB Smith to 082 Jim Loebel for the TD. Military Academy was held to -25 yds. passing until the 4th quarter. The final: Broncos -40, St. John -12 Proviso Pirates Kiwanis Kolt Varsity Whip Waukegan 16-7 By Bill Sholar Proviso East won their second straight conference game by beating Waukegan by the score of 16-7. Jay Scheid scored first for Proviso when he ran up the middle for five yards and a touchdown. The extra point was no good as the pass by Royal Hurst was Incomplete. Thus, the first quarter ended, 6-0. Joe MIrretti tied the score when he caught a pass thrown by John White and went 30 yards for Waukegan's only touchdown. Their extra point was kicked by Joe Reicevlch, making the score Proviso 6, Waukegan 7 early in the second quarter. With 5:58 left to play in the first half, Jay Scheid put Proviso ahead for good when he kicked a 27 yard field goal, making the score Proviso 9, Waukegan 7. This ended the first half. The third quarter opened with Proviso leading 9-7 and it stayed that way until Dwight Jasper ran up the middle for 47 yards and a touchdown for Proviso. Jay Scheid kicked the extra point. The third quarter ended 16-7, Proviso leading. There was no scoring in the fourth quarter and the final score was Proviso 17, Waukegan 7. PROVISO 1234 Total PROVISO 6370 16 WAUKEGANO 700 7 St. Bernardine Ladies Bowling League POINTS Forest Pk. Nat. Bk. 10 Sam Sansone 7 Mohr Oil Co. 7 Famous Liquors 7 Trage Bros. 6 Miller Drugs 5 Reich & Becker 4 Quitsch Florist 2 Lu Cirrintano bowled high game of 194 and Lorraine Popelka bowled high series of 477. ST. BERNARDINE MEN'S BOWLING LEAGUE Cognates Foods 19 Reich & Becker 19 National Roofing 17 Cermak-Harlem Standard 17 Alberts Furniture 14 North America Savings 14 Suburgan Oil 13 Hollahan Dodge 13 Seven Oaks 7 Saracco Construction 7 High Game - Tony Pintozzi - 234 High Series - Scott Damlani - 587 to A B»n»i Uud Carl TOM CARLSON Auto Sales Since 1949 7300 ROOSEVELT RD. Forest Park Open 7 DAYS Weekdays 9 to 9 The Kiwanis Kolt Varsity, plagued throughout the week by injuries and sickness, was unable to contain the running attack of the Glen Ellyn team. With five of our regular defensive men unable to start, the big black and gold team scored 46 points a- galnst us while our offense, spearheaded by Dan Cox and Al Schleicker, scored 12 points. Dan Cox, on the second play of the game, ran the ball over 60 yards for a touchdown and Al Schleicker returned a kirknff all the way. lorn Cox punched the ball forward time and again for first downs but fumbles and Intercepted passes hindered our scoring. Steve Mareno and Mike Schled had a good day defensively and an outstanding play was made by Mark Randleman who penetrated the Glen Ellyn line to throw their ball carrier for a loss at our goal line. Key blocks were set up for our touchdowns by Pete Keuster, returning to offensive center after suffering an injury the previous week. Kiwanis Kolt Widgets In the Widget division, our "minimum" weight widget fell to a "maximum" weighted Downers Grove team. The final score was 20-6. The widgets, new In the league tills year, are spearheaded by members of last year's free lance teams such as John Wheat, Kevin Gallagher and Keith Waldersen. A gain of 30 years was made on one play when quarterback Mark Connelly connected to Joel Heinz, whose brother Dave is also Walther's Homecoming Oct. 9th & 10th HEY! This is a reminder to you Guy or Doll, to join us at Walther's "Roaring 20's" Homecoming October 9th and 10th. LOOK AT THESE EVENTS Friday, Oct. 9, 7:00 p.m. - Pep Rally and Coronation Saturday, Oct. 10: 10:00 a.m. - Parade 12:00 noon - Fresh-Soph vs. St. Francis 2: 00 p.m. - Varsity vs. St. Francis llalftirne - Band and Pom-Porn Girls perform Parade of Float;. 5:30 p.m. - Smorgasbord and i-.n- tertainincnt 8;0(j p.m. - Dance Football Tickets: $1.25 for adults 50V for grade school children Smorgasbord: $3.00 for adults, $2.75 foi high school students and $1.25 for grade school children We'll See Ya There ATTENTION all you "67ers" Walther honors your class tills year. Special Surprise!! Come and find out!! a regular on the squad. These boys are the younger brothers of Phil Heinz, a leading pass received for the Kolts three years ago and now a member of the Walther varsity. Mark Connelly ran the ball on quarterback Keepers for considerable gains but the able little field general fell to a knee Injury and though he returned to the game, was unable to continue. He was replaced by Keith Waldersen, who showed that our backfleld is by no means lacking in depth. Recreation Basketball There will be a final meeting for Recreation Basketball on October 21st. The meeting will lie held at the Village Hall at 7:30 p.m. This will be the last opportunity for teams to register for tills season's program. Any additional information may be obtained at tills meeting or by calling Run Milchhoefer at 36C-1899. Betsy Ross Hotline By Joan Rippa "A Boy Ten Feet Tall" and cartoons will be showing at the Cinema Theatre October 12th at 11:00 A.M. Admission price is 50 cents for all ages. Everyone is welcome - boys and girls, moms and dads. Enjoy Columbus Day. Come to the Cerinak Plaza for an entertaining time. Betsy Ross P.T.A. is sponsoring the movie.

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