Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 16, 1970 · Page 15
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 15

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, December 16, 1970
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F05SST PARK HEV.EW, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1970, PAGE 15 Christmas Holiday High School Basketball Tournament Basketball fans will want to circle the Proviso West Christmas Holiday Invitational Basketball tournament dates on their calendars as follows: Saturday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, December 26, 28, 29 and 30. Sixteen top high school teams of the suburban area are scheduled to play in this double elimination event in the West gym of the school. For three successive years, the Proviso West Holiday tournament champions have gone on to win the state crown: Evanston - 1967; Proviso East - 1958; Lyons Township - 1969. There will be nine sessions, ending with the championship game on Wednesday, December 30 at 9:15 p.m. General admission is $1.00 for the Saturday morning session; $1.25 per session (morning, afternoon or evening) for the balance of the tournament. Admission for children under twelve will be 50?. First round pairings are as follows: Saturday. December 26 First Session Game 1 - York vs. East Leyden - 8:45 a.m. Game 2 - Elgin vs. Morton East - 10:30 a.m. Second Session Game 3 - Maine West vs. Lake Forest - 12:30 p.m. Game 4 - Proviso East vs. Joliet West - 2:15 p.m. Game 5 - Downers Grove N. vs. St. Joseph - 4:00 p.m. Third Session Game 6 - Lyons Township vs. Hlnsdale S. - 6:00 p.m. Game 7 - Proviso West vs. Addison Trail - 7:45 p.m. Game 8 - Willowbrook vs. Riverside-Brookfield - 9:30 p.m. There will be no reserved seats except for cheerleaders, press and teams. Sections will be allocated for each school and signs will direct I spectators to these sections. Recreation Basketball By ROR Milchoefer St. Bernardine lost their first game to Reich & Becker 48-44. was a well played game with nly five points separating the throughout the game, rawford led Reich & Becker 1th 14 points aided by Farrell vlth 11 points. Torney led his |team with 14 followed by FitZ- fgerald with 12 points. The W!io? bombed McDonald's [78-55. Benedeck took top honors [for his team with 27 points fol- I lowed by Bill Cote with 13. Hill I led McDonald's with-23 points aided yj Tom Hemstreet with 14 I points. The News Stand downed Go Tane 67-48. Bill Sehelws and O'Connor led the Stand with 20 and 17 points. Grunwald and Swenski were high for GoTane with 14 and 11 points. Forest Lions bom'-'8d the National Bank 77-54. Clifton and Grantham took charge of the game and led the Lions with 30 and 28 points. Mirral Cseck led the Bank with 14 aad 12 points. Harry's Penny Bar won their fifth and sixth straight games. Their fifth victory was against The News Stand 67-62. It was close throughout the game with The News leading up till the end of the third quarter. Claxton, Roe and Adams led Harry's with 18, 17 and 16points. O'Connor and Johnson led The Stand with 15 and 12 points. Their sixth victory w.\s against Mo- Donald's. This was another close game for Harry's but were able to hold their lead 54-48. Adams and Roe led Harry's with 18 and 16 points. Tom Hemstreet and Hill led McDonald's with 16 and 14 points. Forest Lions defeated .Jamie's Discount 59-38. Clifton dropped in 25 points for the Lions. Simonek led Jamie's with 16 points. Tne Wno? downed St. Bernar- dines 74-52. Benedeck, Martin and Russell led The W.'io? with 25, 21 and 14 points. Mason and Bill Toner led St. Bernar- dines with 12 and 11 points. Reich Si Booker defeated Mahr Oil 69-51. Conwiy, Pfaff and Gustafson led Rdich and Becker with 18, 15 and 13 points. Hoerich and Herald led Mohr with 20 and 11 points. St. Bernardine's defeated Go Tane in a close battle 56-54. Go Tane had the lead up to the last quarter. It was at this time St. Bernardine's took charge. Torney and Mike Toner led St. Bernardine with 20 and 13 points. Grunwald and Jaffe led Go Tane with 18 and 14 points. Team Standings Juniors Reich & Becker Forest Lions St. Bernardines Jamie's Discount Mohr Oils National Bank Seniors Harry's Penny Bar The WHO? The News Stand Go Tane St. Bernardines Me Donald's W. 5 5 4 1 1 0 W. 6 5 3 3 2 0 L. 1 1 1 4 4 5 L. 0 2 3 ' 4 4 Schedule Wod.. Dec. 16th. Reich & Becker vs. Forest Lions (Jr.) 7:00 National Bank vs. Jamie's Discount (Jr.) 8:00 St Bernardine vs. The News Stand (Sr.) 9:00 Tflurs.. Due. 17th St Bernardine vs. Mohr Otis (Jr.) 7 :°° Tne Wiio? .vs. Harry's Penny Bar (Sr.) 8:00 Go Tanevs. McDonald's (Sr.) 9:00 Mon.. Jan 4:h Forest Lions vs. Mohr Oil (Jr.) 7:00 St Bernardine vs. Jamie's Discount (Jr.) 8 :°° St Bernardine vs. Go Tane (Sr.) 9:00 As you can see, there is a break in the schedule from Dae. 17th to Jan. 4th. The reason for this is due to the Christinas holidays and the schools being closed. At this tims, tlnse connected with the Recreation Basketball Program, would like to extend a Season's Greeting to all! 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Classes will resume on Monday, January 4, 1971.

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