Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on November 25, 1970 · Page 14
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 14

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, November 25, 1970
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1970, PAGE 14 f I . > . I . ' f t x ji ) I \' "'• < « V M ' ' T <t I | % » I I '.' t I r t < | '•< i'i t -\ Z \ Sf. Bernardine Bow/mg League News ST. BERNARDINE MEN'S Cermak-Harlem Standard 48 National Roofing -14 Hollahan Dodge 43 Cognatns Foods 42 North America Savings 40 Sarrarro Construction 10 Reich A Bci-ki-r 37 Alberts Furniture 32 •Seven daks Restaurant 30 Suburban fill 20 High Game - Tim Sullivan -2-12 High Series - Steve l'into/zi GOB ST. BERNRDfNES LADIES Forest Park National Bank 28 Famous Liquors 23 Reich Si Becker 21 Tragc Bros. 20 Mohr Oil Co. 20 Sam Sansone 1!) Miller Drugs If) CJuitsch Florist 14 M trie Tierney howled high game of 203 Marion Oheig bowled high series of 520 and a 202 game. PLANNING TO BUILD OR REMODEL? We solicit your inquiry before proceeding with your building project or alteration Residential • Commercial • Industrial CARL REICHE, JR. Carpenter & Gen. Contractor 529-3583 6 No. 287 Rosedale Roselle, III. STOP ^n.0 WINTER DRAFTS Transparent Plastic STORM KITS STORM WINDOW KIT 39?. Kit consists of 36" x 72" tough plastic sheet. 18 ft. fibre moulding and nails. STORM DOOR KIT 49?. Kit consists of 36" x 84" tough plastic sheet, 21 ft. of fibre moulding and nails. At Hardware S Lumbar Dialers Everywhere PEASLEE Hardware 7449 W. MADISON ST. ! Perfect every ! time! Laundry g? Cleaners 20% Discount Cash & Carry on Dry Cleaning 7408 Harrison St FO 6-0392 - Corner Harlem & Washinaton Forest Park SPORTS PAGE Recreation Basketball Walther Bronco's By Ron Miichoefer ! Basketball Team St. Bernardine def eat edWalder- son's team 55-35. The scoring for St. Bernardine was evenly distributed with Fitzgerald and Madden hich with 16 and 14 points followed by Crosley and Torney with 11 each. Hnrold and Hoerich li'H their team with 9 points. Jamie's Discount defeated the National Bank 40-33. This was a close game throughout but Simonek led Jamie's to victory with 20 points. Morral and Smith led the Bank with 0 and 8.points. The Forest Lions chewed up Waldersen's team 99-55. The Lions couldn't do anything wrong. Three of the Lions were In double figures - Clifton and Grantham put in 34 points each with Crane contributing 22. Hoerich did a fine job trying to keep his team in there but even his 33 points were not enough. Reich 4 Becker defeated the National Bank 67-41. Crawford and Wegerich led their team to victory with 25 and 20 points with Plait aiding with 11. Csech and Smith led their team with 13 and 12 points. Harry's Penny Bar defeated The Who? 73-53. It was a close game up until the third quarter - 3229 in favor of Harry's. After that, they proved to be too tough with Claxton and Adams putting in 20 and 19 points to lead their team. Bill Cote and Don Cote led their team with 16 and 12 points. GoTane romped over St. Bernardine 64-39. Grunwald dropped In 17 points followed by Rlzzo and Swenskl with 13 and 10 points. Bob Crane led St. Bernardine with 10 points with Mike Toner close behind with 8. Go Tane turned it on against McDonald's also by scoring 73 points to McDonald's 38. Go Tane proved to be too tough right from the first quarter when leading 22-5. Grunwald led Go Tane with 19 points followed by Swenskl and Rlzzo with 13 each. Damlon led McDonalds with 18 points. Harry's Penny Bar won their third straight by downing St. Bernardlnes 86-50. Claxton and Adams led their team with 21 and 18 points. Steve Mason led his team with 11 followed by Crane and Vrtis with 10 each. The News Stand defeated McDonald's 74-42. O'Connor led his team with 25 points followed by Bill Scheiwe and Ned Bacon with 14 and 13 points. Damlan led McDonalds with 18 points assisted by HIII with 14 points. Team Standings Juniors. Forest Lions W L. St. Bernardlnes T 0 Reich & Becker 2 C Jamie's Discount 2 1 National Bank 1 1 Waldersen 0 3 0 "3 Seniors Harry's Penny Bar 3 ° The News Stand 2 0 Go Tane 2 1 The Who? 1 1 St. Bernardlnes 0 3 McDonalds ° 3 SCHEDULE Wed.. Nov. 25th St. Bernardlne'svs. Forest Lions (Jr.) 7:00 McDonald's vs. St. Bernardines (Sr.) 8:00 Men.. Nov. 30th Jamie's Discount Vs. Reich & Becker (Jr.) 7:00 Go Tane vs. Harry's Penny Bar {Sr.) 8:00 The Who? vs. McDonald's (Sr.) 9:00 Wins First Two Games By Karen Schiewe The Walther Broncos took their first two games of the basketball season last weekend beating St. Benedict and St. Joseph, both non-conference teams. Friday night Walther had the lead against St. Benedict Bengals through the entire game and came up with an easy win, 64-46. Rick Pygman, a senior, scored 26 points and led the team in rebounds. His twin brother, Rob, was second In rebounding with nine. Rick Kline, returning after two seasons, shot five for six goals and made two free throws. The Broncos played another exciting game the next night against St. Joseph, Westchester, coming up with a 57-36 victory. Having 21 points on Saturday, Rick Pygman Is now averaging 23-1/2 points a game. Al Buchholz, whose shooting was off the night before, came back strong with 14 points. The Private School League Tournament begins on Nov. 24, with Timothy Christian playing Wheaton Christian. Walther's first game is on November 25 against Luther North at 8:30. Four of the games will be at Walther and four at Chicago Christian. The Saturday finals will be at Harold L. Richards High School In Oak Lawn. Wed., Dec. 2nd 'vv'aTdersen vs7 National Bank (Jr.) . . .- 7:00 The News Stand vs. The Who? (Sr.) 8:00 Fenwick Cagers 2 For 4 Over Week-End by John Griffin Fenwick's Junior and Senior basketball teams each went 1-1 last Friday and Saturday nights, bringing the Junior's record to 3-2 and the Seniors to 2-3. Friday night, the Friars met Brother Rice at home, taking the Junior game 67-47 but dropping it in the Senior category 77-61. Saturday night they met St. Lawrence again at home - this time losing the Junior game 73-47 but taking St. Lawrence's Seniors 67-47. In the first game against Brother Rice, which Fenwick won, the Friars showed rebounding strength In John Cahlll at center. The game's leading scorers were Fenwick's Jeff Norris with 22 and Rick Connors with 14 and Rice's Rene Brown with 17 and Tony Byrnes with 13. The Seniors were beaten in the nightcap 77-61, losing the game in the fourth quarter. Rice pulled .away from a 50-43 lead in the third quarter, however, as a Fenwick rally stalled. The Juniors were defeated the next night by St. Lawrence, however, unable to find the winning formula. The first quarter score of 29-14 indicated that it was to be a long night for the Friar's Juniors. The Fenwick defense was helpless against the outside shooting of Steve Schmltt who led all scoring with 32 points. Jeff Norris led Fenwick with 18. The Seniors fared much better, however, overtaking St. Lawrence's Seniors by 20 points. The Friars jumped to an early 26-8 lead In the first quarter with that- lead growing by halftlme to a 45-23 score. Fenwick's Bill Bresnahan led all scoring with 20 points. He replaced Bob Rosemeyer at foreward In the second quarter due to an injury. CROSSWORD * By A. C. Gordon ACROSS 1 - Protuberance i throat Redesign Girl's name Before Roof edge Aerial railway 16 - Burdened 17 - Pronoun 18 - Invented tale 20 - Tenets i'l liillKiiam 25 - Klevator 27 - Kur-producing animal 29 - Dutch (abb.) 30 - Perform 31 Reaped 13 - Negligent .15 - Termlimed J6 - London district 39 - Matured 41 - Trans -Geographic (abb.) 42 - Actuality 44 - 'Hioroufe'd/drf (abb.) 45 - Dash 47 - To stule 48 - Otherwise 50 - An envoy 51 - Builder of a neat DOWN 1 - Involuntary shaking 2 - Unctuous 3 - Biblical division (abb.) 4 - Window parts 5 - Account book 6 - Tell 7 - Irksomeneas 8 - Old American (abb.) 9 - Egg 10 - Receiver of a property transfer 13 - Thorouglifare (abb.) Victory - Slipping - Fabric - limanc Ipated - Bustle Negative votes - Lodg Ing place - Bind by pledge - To yield - Uiihapplcr - To stare - Beginning of ornamentation 39 - Affirmative votes 40 - Gaelic 4.1 - Musical note 46 - Sllvur(chem.) 49 - Army officer (abb.) 19 • 21 23 24 26 28 31 • 32 33 34 37 38 •

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