Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on January 27, 1971 · Page 10
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<.'.'•{ .'•< •POM SPORTS PAGE St. John Tee-Wees' Defeat Roselle 24-17 Ernst The St. John Pee Wees played a team from Roselleon Jan. 13th. These boys played a good game. They started out badly but came back up which resulted in a win. At the end of the third quarter, the score was 16 to 15, Pee Wees winning by one point. Now they had to work fast. In the last quarter, they scored 8 points but let Roselle get away withonly • 2 points. The game was a good one with a few tight spots but the Pee Wees pulled through. Tom Kelm led the team by scoring 10 points followed by Jim Aupiann with G and Joel Heinz and Solomon Smith with •J points each. But the real hero of the game was Jim Sampson who snared 10 rebounds. World Of Ph.trm, U MALCZYHSKI, or Hi McCANN, R.Ph. 6 lK.ea.cl to yo MARRIAGE AND LONGEVITY Married men and women live longer than single, divorced, or even widowed people. According to a recent report given at the Eighth International Congress on Gerontology longevity also seems to favor the wealthier, smarter and even the sexier. A 12 year study was conducted on 47 men with a mean age of 72. At the end of this time, 23 were still alive. The original tests showed that the survivors were of higher intelligence than those who had died. They also hadbetter scores on psychological tests evaluating moral and mental health. In addition, .the survivors were better off financially and had greater personal happiness and satisfaction in their work. Over the years, they had made fewer changes in their way of life, and their range of friends. Here at RIERSON PHARMACY we get. a great personal happiness and satisfaction in feeling that in every prescription we fill a service to the customer Is included. May we fill your next prescription? RIERSON DRUGS 7328 Madison St. 366-0874 Recreation Basketball By Ron Milchhoefer Reich & Becker downed Jamie's Discount 51-39. It was a low scoring game up until the end of the third quarter. Half-time score was 18-13 in favor of Reich & Becker. It was at this time that Reich & Becker broke into a large lead and maintained it. Wegerich, Pfaff and Crawford led (he victors with 15,10 and 10 points. Dalton and Simonek led Jamie's • with 14 and 13 points. St. Bernardine's bombed Mohr Oils 102-55. All five starters fell into the double figures Jn scoring lead by Torhey with 35 points, Fitzgerald, Lamb, Crosley and Madden put in 27, 15, 10 and 10 points respectively. Hoerich and Knapp led the Oilers with 20 and 13 points. Harry's Penny Bar defeated ' McDonald's 64^-46. Harry's led by only 3 points at half-time, 28-25, but poured it on in tlie third quarter. Fraizer and Claxton led Harry's with 16 and 14 points. Hill and Johnston led McDonald's with 17 and 12 points. Jamie's Discount defeated Mohr Oils 66-48. Moccio led Jamie's with 16 points closely followed by Dalton, Rodlo and Matusck with 15, 14 and 13 points. Jim Cox and Knapp led the Oilers with 17 and 16 points. Forest Lions downed the National Bank 68-36. Clifton dropped In 31 points for the Lions followed by Holodnicki with 13 points. Richard's led the Bank with 8 points. The News Stand defeated St. Bernardine's 70-60. O'Connor led the Stand with 25 points. Gorman, Bacon and JohnScheiwe also put in 17, 17 and 11 points. Crane and Torney led St. Bernardine's with 16 and 15 points. St. Bernardine's defeated Reich 4 Becker to give them their second loss and putting each team In a tie for 1st place. St. Bernardine's took the lead in^the 1st quarter and went on to win 6525. Fitzgerald led St. Bernardine with 21 points followed by TorHey " with 15. Crawford led Reich & Becker with 11 points. The National Bank defeated Mohr Oils 66-57. Smith led the Bank with 16 points followed by Bennette and Cur ran with 14 and 12 points. Jim Cox led theOilers with 20 points followed by Dan Cox and Knapp with, 16 and 15 points. The Who? lost a close one to Harry's Penny Bar 49-47. This defeat dropped The Who? in second place. Claston led Harry's with 22 points. Benedeck led The Who? with 12 points followed by Don Cote and Yates with 11 and 10 points. Team Standings Juniors W. L. Reich & Becker 10 2 St. Bernardine 10 2 Forest Lions 9 3 Jamie's Discount 3 8 Mohr Oils 2 10 National Bank . 1 10 ^ Seniors W. L. Harry's Penny Bar 9 3 The Who? 93 The News Stand 8 3 Go-Tane 5 5 St. Bernardine 2 9 McDonald's o 10 SCHEDULE WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27th Forest Lions vs. Jamie's Discount St. Bernardine's it. Harry's Penny Bar The Who? vs. The News Stand FRIDAY. JAN. 29th Reich & Becker vs. Mohr Oils The News Stand vs. McDonald's GoTane vs. Harry's Penny Bar MONDAY. FEB. 1st St. Bemardine's vs. National Bank •The-Who?-v». CoTanc St. Bernardine's vs. McDonald's Fenwick 3 and 1 Over Week-End By John Griffin Fenwick's Friars scored a victory over Loyola in the Junior game 56-39 and surprised them in the Senior game 50-45 for a double win on Friday night. Saturday night, Fen wick beat Gordon Tech 74-56 in the Junior category but lost to them 85-77 in the Senior division. The Friars dominated the Junior game leading 27-17 at halftime and widened that lead to 23 points after the third quarter, Jeff Norris paced Fenwick with a strong 29 points. Jim Koridek trailed him wi(h 11. John Kelly led the Ramblers with 19 points. Fenwick made the difference in field goals, making 8 more than Loyola. Fenwick's Seniors upset Loyola later that night In winning by 5 points. The Ramblers never pos- essed the 1 lead and the closest they came was a 23-23.tie. The Friars led 29-28 at the intermission and by a 38-34 margin after three periods. Fenwick's Jeff Carpenter was the game's leading scorer with 20 points. .Pete Brown followed him with 11 points. Leading Loyola were Phil Sweeny and Tom Lavin with 12 apiece. Fenwick's coach Ed Galvin commented on the Senior victory: "The key was to get aiiead of them because if they take the lead, they hold the ball on you." Saturday night showed the Juniors of Fenwick wjnnlng by 23 points in a rough game on Gordon's part. The Rams committed 26 fouls, thus allowing the Friars 22 points on free throws. Norris again paced Fenwick. This time scoring 22 points. Jerry Lhavacek and Koridek had 14 points each. John Garrity and Tom Proczkot led Gordon with 16 and 13 points respectively. The Senior squad from Fenwick was downed by 8 points that same night. Gordon took an 11 point lead after the first quarter and a 15 point lead after the second period. Gordon still led by 15 after the third quarter but Fenwick threatened late In the fourth quarter. They failed to catch the Rams, when forced to play catch up basketball. Brown and Bill Breshahan were high scorers for Fenwick with 18 and 14 points respectively. Terry Dolan and Ralph Vallot scored 22 points each for Gordon. But Pygman couldn't compare to Illlana's Mary Nymeyer, a 6'2" forward. Nymeyer had 18 field goals and 8 free throws for a total of 44 points, more than half of niiana's final score and shot a percentage of 84 from the floor. Park District Softball League The Park District will hold its first meeting for Softball managers and players at the Park Administration Building on Tuesday, Feb. 9th at 8:00 p.m. Applications for teams wishing to enter the league for 1971 play will be accepted at this time. A discussion will be held on league rules and other matters pertinent to the softball league. All- ball players and managers are invited to attend this meeting. St. Bernardine Bowling League News LADIES Famous Liquors 37 Forest Park National Rink 37 Sam Sansone " 35 Miller Drugs 35 Reich & Becker 34 Quitsch Florist 33 Mohr Oil Co. " 31 Trage Bros. 30 Joan Dioguardi bowled high game of 199 and Lorraine Popelka bowled high series of 532. Walther Netmen Win Two By Karen Schiewe Walther High's basketball team added two .wins to their record last week end, defeating Stevenson 74-52 andDlianaChristian86-76. The Broncos are now 12 - 6. Friday night Walther got off to a quick start and led Stevenson's Patriots 21-5 at the end of the first quarter. The Patriots then came back In the following quarter and outscored the Broncos 18-16 but Walther still led very comfortably 37-23 at the half, Rick Pygman, a Bronco forward who is averaging 16 points each game, kept up his average by popping in 8 field goals and 1 free throw for 17 points. Rick's brother Rob was second in scoring for Walther with 15. The Broncos outrebounded Stevenson 42-23 and shot 47% from the floor In comparison to the Patriots' 30%. Walther met nil ana the following night in league competition. The game started out at a slow pace but then continued on very rapidly with many shots taken and Walther led 49-30 at halftime. Al Buchholz, a senior guard for the Broncos, really opened up for the first time this season, swishing 9 outside shots. Rick Pygman had 25 points. READ REVIEW It's for You • PUBLIC NOTICE Notice of Proposed Changes In Schedules To Patrons of COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY. Commonwealth Edison Company hereby gives notice to the public that it has filed with the Illinois Commerce Commission on January 14, 1971 proposed changes in its rates, charges, classifications, rules and regulations for electric public utility service in all of the areas in the State of Illinois served by the Company. Such changes Involve and would effect a general rate increase, including Increases in charges in the rates and riders for residential, commercial, industrial and governmental customers. Certain changes in terms and conditions of service and other provisions of the rate schedules also being proposed. A copy of the proposed changes in schedules may be Inspected by any Interested party at any business office of this Company. All parties interested in this matter or who desire further information with respect to these changes may obtainlnformatlon with respect thereto either directly from this Company or by addressing the Secretary of the Illinois Commerce Commission in Springfield Illinois, 62706. .KB, 1/20 41/27 COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY' By Hubert H. Nexon . . VIce-Presldent ...._; MEN (Final Standings - 1st Half) Cermak-Harlem Standard 70 Hollahan Dodge Gri-1/2 National Roofing G5 Cognates Foods C3-1/2 North America Savings GO Alberts Furniture 57 Saracco Construction 57 Suburban Oil , 54 Seven-Oaks , . . no Reich & Becker 45 High Game - Tony Tagliola- 218 High Series- Jerry Matysik- 592 Congratulations to Cerinak- Harlern Standard on winning 1st half of the league season. Next week will begin 2nd half. Sports Tips SKIING Unless you favor cross- country skiing, most of your time on skis will be spent in downhill running which requires attention to these four cardinal points; 1. Keep skis close together. 2. Keep body vertical (at right angle to slope), knees bent, loose, relaxed. 3. Hands low,firmly gripping poles. 4. Gazefixed ahead of skis to watch the snow contours. 'NOW TAKE THIS ONE... WHAT' GOLFER wouldn't envy Marty Mim Mack, 1971 March of Dimes Poster Boy, as top pro Arnold Palmer talkSjabout fundamentals. Mr. Palmer Is honorary national chairman of the annual January appeal to prevent birth defects. To reach this goal, the voluntary health organization helps support year-round programs of research, medical service and education. BE LOYAL To Your Town MwollM to jroarOonatfy

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