Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on November 18, 1970 · Page 17
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1970, PAGE 17 SPORTS PAGE 1970 All Suburban League Team DEFENSIVE ENDS Evanston - Dan Connor Oak Park - Mark Robh Proviso East - Art Mohorn New Trier East - Don Seldholz DEFENSIVE TACKLES Evanston - Xavier Gardner Oak Park - Walter Thomison Proviso East - Washington Rush New Trier East - Bo Manly DEFENSIVE GUARDS Evanston - Lamont Glbbs Proviso East - Jesus Torres DEFENSIVE BACKS DEFENSIVE LINEBACKERS Oak Park - Jim Dugal Morton East - Jim Cleary Proviso East - Paul Ballauer Evanston - Ron Pettinger DEFENSIVE BACKS Highland Park - Joel Schechter New Trier East - Toby McLeod Pl-HYl.SO East - Jerrv Willinms Morton East - Tom Lcwandowski Waukegan - John White Oak Park - Handy Kaiser Oak Park - Dean Harvalis Evanston - Dave Kauppi OFFENSIVE TACKLES Oak Park - John Passanantl Niles East - Steven Berg Proviso East - Herman Wegerich Highland Park - Bruce Ratajczyk OFFENSIVE ENDS Evanston - James Archer Morton East - Gary Olmstead Proviso East - Charles Joseph New Trier East - David Burns OFFENSIVE GUARDS Evanston - Ed Caselberry Niles East - Pat llanley Waukegan - Jan Jensen Highland Park - Dominic lovino OFFENSIVE CENTERS Proviso E. - Robert Casagrande Evanston - Michael Weaver OFFENSIVE BACKS Evanston - Willie Miller New Trier East - Baird Smart Proviso East - Royal Hurst Evanston - Tyrone Williams Waukegan - Walter Debbs Proviso East - Dwiyht Jasper New Trier East - Fred Morgan Proviso East - Jav Scheid St. B ernardmes Bowling League Men Women Cermak-Harlem Standard 16 National Roofing 39 North America Savings 38 Hollahan Dodge 38 C'ognatos Foods 37 Reich & Becker 35 Karacco Construction 35 Alberts Furniture 30 Suburban Oil 2'J Seven Oaks Restaurant 2.') High Game - Mike Andrews - 233 High Series - Kicky Romano - VM Forest Park National Bank 25 Trage Bros. ;>o Molir Oil Co. 1!) Famous Liquors 1'j Heigh & Becker is Sam Sansone 17 Miller Drugs 15 Quitsch Florist 10 Lorraine Popelka bowled high game of 194 and high series of 510. Turkey winners were Joan Din^ij.irdi, Garnet Griffin, Kay Greco and Marge llovorka. CHARCOAL BROILED To Your SATISFACTION Cocktail Lounge Business Men's Luncheon CO Mi AS YOU <U(E! ! ThePINESSTEAKHOUSE OPEN DAILY 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. CLOSED SUNDAYS 7412 Harrison St. Forest Park 366-0059 Walther Broncos Open Basketball Season By Karen Schiewe The Walther Broncos will open their 1970-71 basketball season Friday night, hosting the Bengals from St. Benedicts. They will also have a home game Saturday night against St. Joseph. . Walther Is looking forward to a successful season with five returning seniors: These are guards Al Buchholz and Barry Fleming, and forwards Mike Fischer, twins Rick and Rob Pygman. Rick Kline, also a senior, will be a fine addition to the squad. The rest of the team consists of eight juniors; Jim Mont^mery, Tim Zieman, Jim Nitmsn and Dave Knopp will be suiting up with the seniors for all of the gam?s. Terry Galling, Jim Dahi, Greg Warfel, and Don Rathje will be playing on the varsity and junior varsity teams. The 31st annual Private School League Tournament begins on November 24. The Broncos will meet Luther North in their first game. Walther is aiming for first place In the tournament this year, and Coach Rasmussen feels that they can do the job. Mike Fischer and Rob Pygman are strong rebounders and with the speed and good shooting that the Broncos have this year, they should have a very interesting season. Walther Lutheran High Basketball Schedule Games Begin C;30 P.M Nov. 20 Nov. 21 Nov. 25, 27, 28 Dec. 4 Dec. 5 Dec. 11 Dec. 19 Dec. 28 29, 30 Jan. 8 Jan. 9 Jan. 15 Jan. 16 Jan. 22 Jan. 23 Jan. 29 Feb. 5 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. ]'J Feb. 20 St. Benedicts St. Joseph P.S.L. Toiirne) Wasliingtori Quigley North *Luther North Elmwood Park II II 11 A H 11 Timothy Tournament 'Christian "Timothy *Wheaton *Luther South Stevenson *Illiana •Luther North *Illiana 'Christian •Timothy •HVheHtnn Bl.uther H H A A A A A 11 A A II H Feb. 22-26 - I.II.S.A. District Mar. 1-5 - I.II.S.A. Regional 'Private School League Games Coaches: Rasmussen, Lutkehus, Schultz Fenwick Netmen Split Two With Mt. Carmel By John Griffin FeriMick opened its basketball season with Mt. Caiinel by winning the Junior game 40-31 and losing to Carmel's Seniors 00-50. The Friar's Juniors were led by its renter, John Catiill with 10 points. Cahill has only been practicing for a week, however, due to (he length of the football season. Also helping with points were Koridek with 9 and Tobin uith fi. Mt. Carim'1's leading scorers were Smitli with 12, Junes with 8 and L. Brown witli 5. The game was not a delicate one as Fenwick committed 33 fouls to Carmel's 24. The Seniors were not so fortunate as they fell to the strong Mt. Carmel's offense. The Recreation Basketball By Ron Milchoefer The Forest Lions clowned Simonek's team in the opening game of the season in (lie Junior illusion 74-36. Crane lead the Lions In scoring with 20 points followed by Clifton andGrantham with IS and 14. Simonok led his team with 19 points while Rodio had 11, St. Bernardines defeated the National Bank 71-35 in another Junior league game. Torney dropped in 31 points for St. Bernardino's with Fitzgerald and Crosley scoring 14 and 13. Curran led the hank with 8 points. Reich & Becker defeated Walderson's team 47-37. It was a close game up to the third quarter when Crawford started to score. He put in 13 of his 1C points during the second half. Farrell was second high with 12 points. Hoerich and Herald led Walderson's team with 13 and 12 points. Forest Lions won their second game by defeating Reich & Becker Friday night 51-47. There were four points separating the two teams throughout the game. The score was 43-43 at the end of the fourtli quarter. In the three minute overtime period, the Lions pulled out into (lie lead and held it 51-47. Crane led the Lions with 17 closely followed by Grantham with 16 and Clifton with 13. Wegrich led Reich 4 Becker with 14 and Crawford had 12. bi the Senior league, The Who? downed St. Bernardino's 70-50. Don Cote and Russell led The Wiio? with 19 points each. Mason and Mike Toner led St. flernar- dines with 22 and 1C points. Harry's Penny Bar defeated Hemstrcets team 71-36. Adams led Harry's with 23 points. Bial and Claxton had 12 and llpointb. Wegrich led Hemstreet's team with 11 points. Wegrich led Hemstreet's team with 11. The News Stand defeated Go Tane 53-47. O'Connor and Adolfson led the Stand with 13 ant) 10 points. Gnmwald led Go Tane with 20 points. SCHEDULE Wed.. Nov. IBth Nat. Bank vs. SimonekfJr.)- 7;00 GoTane vs. Hemstrect (Jr.) - 8:00 Thins. Nov. 19tli Waldeison vs. Forest Lions (Jr.) 7:00 SI. Bernardine vs. Harry's Penny Bar (Sr.) 8:00 l-'rl.. Nov. 20th Nat. Bank vs. Reich 4 Becker (Jr.) 7:00 llenstreet vs. The News Stand (Sr.) 8:00 Mon. Nov. 23nl St. Bernanilne vs. Simonek (Jr.) 7:00 The Who'' vs. GoTane (Sr.) 8:00 The News Stand vs. Harry's Penny Bar (Sr.) 9:00 Friar's difficulties stemmed mostly from their lack of height mi rebounds and inability to maintain possession of the ball, rarmel guards Walton and Anderson led the name's scoring with 19 and 20 points respect - ivi-ly. These two could be candidates for all-city. The Friars were hurt by theii 27 fouls committed al key moments. This caused Fenwick guard I-1 ank Roche to leave the game. Lacking "wa.s a strong defense capable' of prohibiting the outside shot. Showing promise for Fenwick is Freshman guard Jeff Carpenter who led the Friars with IGpoinls. He has already earned a starting spot at guard. Fenwick looks forward to a better season this year. Even though they lack size, they have good potential. Read Review World Of Phcirmacv Ed MALCZYNSKI. H.Pn. nr Jim McCANN, R.Pn. Always Heady to Serve You . .. CHOLESTEROL #2 Scientists here and abroad found that coronary thrombosis was more common in populations eating the foods mentioned last week. Fewer heart attacks occurred among those who subsisted predominantly on vegetarian diets. But, they soon learned that there was more to cholesterol than diet. Much of the serum lipids found In the body are manufactured in the liver and excreted In the bile. In many poorer and ill fed countries, people die of Infections long before they reach the age for heart attacks. Also, smoking and lack of exercise tend to increase the risk of coronary thrombosis. A high cholesterol level adds to tlie risk. 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