Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 2, 1970 · Page 15
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1970, PAGE 15 SPORTS PAGE Bradley Frosh Basketball Star One of the stars of Bradley University freshman basketball team is Bill Wied (51-51) a 6-6, 200 pound, 18 year old center from Forest Park. He is the son of Mr. & Mrs. William F. Wied, 334 Elgin and a graduate of Proviso East High School. Bill plans to major in engineering while at Bradley and this past summer he worked as a cook's helper in Homer's Restaurant. FIFTH ANNUAL Illinois Editors' Traffic Safety Seminar Contest $5,000 Chicago Motor Club Scholarship Grant (10 Winners-5 boys and 5 girls —$500 Each) All Illinois High School Seniors Eligible! ENTRY BLANK , 1970 This completely filled-in blank must .be attached to an original 500-word-or-less traffic safety essay on the subject: "What Should Your Community Be Doing To Improve Teen-Age Driver Safety?" Mail to Seminar Headquarters at 66 East South Water Street, Chicago, III. 60601. (All entries must be postmarked no later than December 31, 1970.) (PLEASE PRINT) Street Addres- City Of Tow School (Name and Name jt Local Newspaper Home Phone Number Zip Code Recreation Basketball By Ron Milcnoefer St. Bernardine's downed Jamie's Discount 81-42 despite Simonek's 31 points. Simonek was high point man for the game closely followed by Torney with 28 for St. Bernardine. Crosley also aided Torney with 20. Go Tane defeated The W'.io? 59-49. Grunwald and Zapfel dominated the back boards and also dropped in 17 and 13 points each. Benedeck and Martin were high for The Who? with 17 and 13 points also. Harry's Penny Bar wins its fourth in a row. They defeated The News Stand 56-48. Adams and Dunlop led their team with 14 and 13 points. Bacon led his team with 9 points'. In the Junior Division, St. Bernardine's also won their fourth straight game defeating the other only undefeated Forest Lions 6052. This was a well played game throughout with neither team leading by more than two points throughout. Fitzgerald led the victors with 17 points assisted by Torney and Koranda with 14 and 12 each. Crane and Grantham led their team with 15 points each. St. Bernardine won their first game in the Senior Division by defeating McDonald's 65-56. Mike Toner led his team with 20 points-aided by Torney with .14. Johnston led McDonald's with 25 points and Damian had 15. TEAM STANDINGS Juniors St. Bernardlnes Forest Lions Reich & Becker Jamie's Discount Mohr Oil National Bank Seniors Harry's Penny Bar Go Tane The News Stand The Who? St. Bernardines McDonald's W. T 3 2 1 0 0 SCHEDULE Wed., Dec. 2nd - Mohr Oil vs. National Bank (Jr.) - 7:00 The News Stand vs. The Who? (Sr.) - 8:00 Mon., Dec. 7th - St. Bernardine vs. Reich & Becker (Jr.) 7:00 The Who? vs. McDonald's (Sr.) 8:00 and The News Stand vs. Go-Tane (Sr.) 9:00 Wed., Dec. 9th - Forest Lions vsTlJational Bank (Jr.) - 7:00 The News Stand vs. Harry's Penny Bar (Sr.) - 8;00 Pociak on All I.C.C. Team Jim Pociak, former Proviso East football star and a resident of Forest Park, was recently named on the 1970 All Indiana Collegiate Conference Team. Jim, a 6-1, 205 Ib. Senior at DePauw University, was selected on the All-ICC offensive team as a kicking specialist. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pociak of 7412 Harrison St. READ THE REVIEW Wa/fher Broncos Win Second Place Trophy By Karen Schiewe Thi" annual Private School League To'irnamc-nt is over and the W.-ilther Broncos returned from Richards .11 ^h School in Oak Lawi'i with a second plaje trophy. The Broncos earned their wjy to th>? championship *am>- i^ains! the defending P.S. L. champions, Chicago Christian, by heating Luther North and then Tim 'thy Ch-istian. LuMisr North has alwiys been a problem 'or Walther, basketball-wise, but las! Wod:ies-lay the Broncos hal no trouble coming up with a.i easy 31-<l''> •''•:- tory. W.'.lther was winning by only eight points at thp ?n 1 of Mir r ;-s! q ar'.er but arl:ied 2;i mure In fhe following quarter, bavin.; a very comfn-'abl "• leal of 4121 at half tiim- Rick airl a.-.i. Pygman had 1" and 14 W.'.ither po! l!s ;•••},)•- tiv •'/. Two tights late: 'h'> B~ • ' n ••' Ti n thy. T'uc battle wus tight through the wholegamowith W.il- tlier trailing a sm?ll m-.rgin each quarter. Al Buchtiolz, a senior on the Bronco sqjaJ, cam. a'ive la the fourth quarter with his fine a-jtside shots a.id lumped his team to come out on toij !o win 45-3T. Bu^hholz, with 17 poin's, w.xi high-poin' ma.i for W.\lther. The championship game the following night, proved to be an exciting contest, particularly during the first half. The Broncos were down one, 25-24 at halftime, however, they were not able to take the lead and the third quarter ended with Christian leading by 12. Don Noort, the giant G'7" center for the Knights, proved to be the biggest threat totheBroncos. He got 21 rebounds a/id scored 25 points. Tom Rusthoven, afor- ward for Christian, had 11 field goals which were all long, outside shots. The Knights out-rebounded Walther 44-27 and won the gam? 57-45. The Broncos will host Washington December 4 and will travel to Quigley North the following night. Fenwick Seniors In DeSalle Finals by John Griffin Fenwick's Senior Basketball team has earned a spot in the finals in DeLaSalle's Senior basketball tournament along with Mount Carmel. The Friars were beaten Friday 55-53 by DeLa- Salle, but they edged Gordon Tech 50-49 the next night to remain in contention. Mt. Carmel beat Gordon Tech Friday and beat DeLaSalle Saturday to earn their spot in the finals. On Friday night, DeLaSalle out rebounded the Friars 27-20. This allowed them to control the ball more often. Most important for DeLaSalle is that they went 21 for 35 in free throws, opposed to Fenwick's 23 for 42. The Friars led through the first half with a 29-26 lead after two quarters. DeLaSalle came back In the third quarter to take a 47-41 lead. Tom Bruno led Fenwick with 16 points followed by teammate Bill Bresnahan with 15. George Hilbrlng led DeLaSalle with 13 and teammates Bob Walker and Kevin Martin each with 11 points. Fenwick camp back to slip by. Gordon Tech on Saturday by only 1 point. Starting in front of Frank Roche al guard and Bol> Rosemeyer at forward, were Pete Brown and Bob Bresnahan, respectively. The Friars led 33-25 at the half liut that lead was cut to 5 points after the third quarter. This time Fenwick went IB for 21 in free throws, better than Gordon's 17 for 28. Gordon's Occiari led with 1C points. High for Fenwick were Bill Bresnahan with 13, Jeff Carpenter and Bruno with 12 points each. Members of U. of I. Gymnastic Team The 1970-71 gymnastic roster of the University of Illinois at Chicago Circle list seven former Proviso East students. Included as members of the gymnastic team are: Dave Biddinger, David Hanson, Victor Manzo, Bill Pllcher, Dan Swetman, Bruce Vandenbrock and Roger Wojtklewicz. This year's schedule includes such schools as North Carolina University, University of Minnesota, University of Indiana and the University of Georgia. Their season ends with the NCAA College and University Meets. CHARCOAL BROILED To Your SATISFACTION Cocktail Lounge Business Men's Luncheon COMi AS YOU ARE! ! ThePIN ESSTE AKHOUSE OPEN DAILY 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. "CLOSED SUNDAYS 7412 Harrison St. Forest Park; 366-0059

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