Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 16, 1970 · Page 14
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 14

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, December 16, 1970
Page 14
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FORfiST PARK RKVlEW, WEDNESDAY,- DECEMliS k IS, 1&70, PAGE 14 SPORTS PAGE Friars Prepare for League Opening by John Griffin Fenwick's Friars ended their pre-season basketball schedule against Leo Saturday, capping It off with a Junior defeat and a Senior victory. Fenwick held two contests before that, however, against Mendel and DeLa- Salle. Wednesday against M ?ndel, Hie Juniors were defeated 72-59 as the Seniors fell too, 80-71. Friday, DeLaSalle was dealt double losses, falling 64-32 io Fenwick In the Junior ga.n - and losing again 70-53 in the Senior game. The score? of the Leo games wsre; 61-58 with Leo winning in the Junior division and 6B-4S, with Fenwick taking the Senior ganu easily. In the Junior gam*against Mendel, the Friars were leading by one point at halftime but Mendel managed to pull steadily away In the third and fourth quarters on Fenwick turnovers. Jeff Norrls led Fenwick with 21 points while Jim Koridek followed with 18. Ran Williams led Mendel with 18 points. Both Norris and Koridek fouled out. The Seniors fared a littlebetter showing improvements, but they still lost by 9 points, despite a last effort In the fourth quarter. Earlier In the fourth period, Mondel had a large margin of more than 25 points but as Fenwick tried to play catch-up basketball, the clock ran out. Norrls, who led the Friars In the Junior game, led them in the Senior game as well. This time with 14 points. Pete Brown trailed him with 12. Lou Gray and Willis Nance led Mendel with 25 and 23 points each. Fenwick hurt themselves on fouls, committing 29. Friday night, DeLaSalle lost by 32 points to Fenwlck's Juniors. Oddly enough, DeLaSalle trailed by exactly 50% Inthesec- ond, third and fourth quarters. DeLaSalle was unable to hit from the outside as they only made 14 field goals. Rick Connors led the Friars with 14 points. Fenwlck's Seniors showed more Improvement as they beat DeLa- Salle's Seniors by 15 points. Only a week and a half a^o, DeLaSalle beat Fenwick by 2 points, They held a large margin throughout the game, the largest being a 21 point lead after three periods. Bill Bresnahan led Fenwick with 15 points, while Gerhart led De- LaSalle with 17. W!ille ending out their pre-season against Leo, Fenwick showed growing pains In their Junior game. Leo edged the Juniors out by three points with the difference made in Leo's making of three more free throws. The lead was tossed back and forth as Fenwick led In the first and third quarters and Leo taking the second and fourth. Norris and John Cahill were high scorers with 21 and 12 points each for Fenwick. The Seniors finished out their pre-season against Leo with a 22 point victory. They held the lead throughout the game. The Friars had nearly twice as many field goals as Leo. Fenwlck's high scorers were Frank Roche and Browii with 20 and 15 points each. Bob Sheehy led Leo with 14 points. 5f. Bern arc/me Bow/ing League News LADIES BOWLING Forest Park National Bank 29 Famous Liquors 28 Reich & Becker 26 Trage Bros. 25 San Sansone 23 Mohr Oil Co. 21 Miller D.-ugs 21 Qultsch Florist 13 Frances Wilsh 1 /wled high game of 204 and high series of 547. Frances Qulnn bowled a 202 game and a 520 series. St. Bernardine Men Bwlg Cermak-Harlem Standard 57 North America Savings 52 Hollahan Dodge 50 Cognates Foods 49 Saracco Construction 49 National Roofing 43 Reich & Becker 41 Alberts Furniture 40 Seven Oaks Restaurant 35 Suburban Oil 34 High Game - Greg Mack - 220 High Series - Ricky Romano-594 Walther Broncos Win League Opener By Karen Schiewe The Walther Broncos won their league opener last Friday against Luther North, beating the Wildcats 73-58. Mike Fischer was the big man for W-ather, popping In 20 points. Two other starters, Al Buchholz and Rick Pygman, fell close behind Fischer, with 18 and 17 points respectively. A. TALL-BOY CELURFTTE WITH LIGHT-UP INTERIOR. Drop Iron) and lilt top with mirror back, automatic interior light. Full drawer, glass shelf, laminated plastic work surfaces. Two door lower section with removable shelf to hold the 26 glasses included Early American in pine finish. Mediterranean in oak or contemporary in walnut. Stands 4 feet tall. 30 inches wide and 17 inches deep 5279 B. The glle that starts the home . . . i Sweetheart Chest .. . by Lane". Three out of lour girls who receive Sweetheart Chests from their boyfriends get married within a year and girls know this. What could be a better gilt than one of these beautifully constiucted chests for your girl on Christmas day? Priced From $79.95 C. Presenting an unprecedented galaxy ol Italian Provincial. French Provincial, Fatly American and Contemporary record cabinets available in walnut, maple, cherry and bone & gold. These magnificently detailed decorator cabinets by Lane hold 100 to ?5Q albums ol your lavorite recorded treasures indexed and divided into compartments for your convenience. Join the parade and enjoy these budget savings today Priced From $49.95 BROS. inc. FURNITURE -4PPLUNCES 7440 MADISON. FOBEST PARK w,.., MIM »,.*.,* ,.,<> "The Nitest People Trade at Trage 's' Xmas Shopping Hours Monday thru Friday 9:00 to 9:00 Sat. 9:00 to 5 P.M. The Broncos didn't waste any time In staying way out in front of North and led 16-5 at the end of the first quarter. North couldn't seem to slow down Walther's pace and especially Fischer's as he scored 12 out of his 20 points In the first half of the contest. T^e Broncos had a 36-17 lead at the half. Walther barely outscored the Wildcats In the next quarter, 22-20, but the Broncos still maintained a wide lead, 58-37. In the final quarter Walther's coach Rasmussen decided It was time to give the starters a rest and by the end of the game the whole squad saw action on the floor. Luther North overtook the Broncos that quarter by a score of 21-15 but that wasn't nearly enough to knock Walther behind. The Broncos, who now have a record of 6 wins and 2 losses, will meet Elmwood Park on December 19 at Walther. 108 Jr. Riflemen The Club Championship of the 108 Jr. Riflemen has been fired and the results are as follows: First place was won by John Gelnosky, second place by Gerard Janny, and third place by David Arnold. The first and second winners are from Ship 101 of Forest Park and the third place winner is from Troop 108 of Forest Park. The members of this club are all from Troop 108 and from Ship 101 of Forest Park. To be eligible to join this rifle club, the. boy has to be eleven years of age and the son of a paid member of the V.F.W. Post 7181 of Forest Park. He should also be a second class scout from Troop 108 or a Sea Scout from .Ship 101. For further information on Joining this rifle club, call Mr. Tony lannantounl at 771-7086, the club Instructor or Mr. W;n. Hoeschele the club leader at 366-2290. READ THE REVIEW Have A Wonderful Time Be With Us BOWLING all evening champagne for all. Buffet dinner at midnight? 1 Door prizes. 10 P. M to? Have noise ma.'iers & prizes ma:;e your reservation now. 366-0050 All for $8.75 per person. fiOLDEN'S BOWLERS CLUB 7736 Madison Forest Park Ann Hernias - Mgr. Jot- Pulito - Host

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