Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on February 3, 1971 · Page 12
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 12

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, February 3, 1971
Page 12
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FpRE§T r PARIC BEyp^^EZ^HSpA. SPORTS PAGE St. John Pee Wee's Win Third in a Row By Debbie Ernst The St. John Pee Wees played St. Peter (Schaumburg) on the 26th. They started out in a tight game. For a while it looked bad. At half time St. John led by only 2 points, 10 to 8. In the second half they got 16 points but Schaumburg only got one on a free throw. Our boys beat Schaumburg 26 to 9. The high scorer was Solomon Smith. He made 11 points. Next came Jim Aumann with 6, Tom Kelm with 5 and Joel Heinz with 4. We hope they keep it up. We want atrophy! St. John Varsity Wins Two After beating St. .Peters of Schaumberg 31 to 16 on January 27th, St. John ( went on to make it two in a row on the 29th when they beat Immanuel of Elmhurst 36 to 28. ! Elmhurst built a new gym last year and it was a ! pleasurejto play in this new gym. The first quarter gave St. John the lead by the score of 9 \o 8. During the second half St. John scored 8 points while Elmhurst scored 6 points during the second quar- the second quarter, St. John scored 8 points whi)e Elmhurst scored 6 points. At the half, the score read St. John 17, Elmhurst 14. ' During the third quarter, St. John scored 9 points while Elmhurst scored 8 points. In the fourth quarter, St. John scored 10 points while Elmhurst hit for 6 points. ELECT Jeremiah (Jerry) CURRAN for Commissioner When the game ended, St. John defeated Elmhurst 36 to 28. Scott Rambeau and Joel Karner of St. John each scored 12 points while teammates Todd Bacon, Gene Wendt and Art Kelm hit for 6, 4 and 2 points respectively. Proviso East Swimming Stars Proviso East high school places first on all three levels of swimming in BREASTSTROKE events against New Trier East High School. . ^ Winner Frosh - Bruce Walder- sen, Forest Park - 34.5 Winner Sophomore - Warren Sisson, Forest Park - 1:10.1 Winner . Varsity - Garry Baldassari, Melrose Park 1:09.2 All three swimmers were excellent breast swimmers before entering high school. Gary Baldassari with the "Melview swim club, Warren Sisson with the Oak Bark YMCA, and Bruce Waldersen with the Park' District of Forest Park. Both Bruce and Garry learned the stroke under Coach Mengel of Proviso East High School. All.three swimmers should find a place in the first six swimmers on their level in the finals of the Suburban league championships. PLANNING TO BUILD OR REMODEL? Wa 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 RoseUe, III. Recreation Basketball ' By Ron Milchhoefer .forest Lions defeated the National Bank 73-46. Clifton led the Lions with 29 points followed by Scheid with 17 points. Richard's led the Bank with 16points.• .Reich & Becker downedSPrBer- nardine's to hold their first place lead, 61-53. Wegerich led the Victors with 26 points followed by Crawford and Farrell' with 14 and 12 points. Crosley led St. Bernardine's with 18 points followed by Fitzgerald with 15. Jamie's Discount defeated Forest Lions 56-42. Dolton and Simonek led Janle's with 18 and 17 points. Clifton and Crane led The Lions with 12 points each. Go Tane defeated McDonald's with one second to go In the game. It was tie score and the ball was thrown in at half court to Neil Curran. Curran then turned and shot putting the ball through to win the game. Grunwald led Go Tane with 25 points. Tom Hemstreet led McDonald's with 25 points also. Harry's Penny Bar downed St. Bernardine's 75-46. Dunlop led Harry's with 16 points.-Mason and Cote led St. Bernardine's with 12 points. The News Stand defeated The Who? in a close game 60-59. Johnson : led the Stand with 23 points. Benedeck led The Who? with 24 points. Reich & Becker defeated Mohr Oils 70-41. Farrell and Conway were high for Reich & Becker with 18 and 16 points. Hoerich led the Oilers with 18 points. The News Stand defeated McDonalds 60-53. O'Connor led the Stand with 17. Tom Hemstreet led McDonalds with 19 points followed by Lambke with 16 points. Harry's Penny Bar defeated Go Tane 61-46. Fraizer led Harry's with 16 points followed by Claxton with 15 points. Grunwald led Go Tane with 16 points. '• Team Standings Juniors Reich & Becker St. Bernardines Forest Lions Jamie's Discount Mohr Oils National Bank Seniors Harry's Penny Bar The News Stand The Who? Go Tane . ' St. Bernardines McDonald's Schedule W. 12 11 10 5 2 1 11 10 9 6 2 . 0 . L. 2 3 4 •9 12 12 2 3 ' 4 6 10 12 WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3rd Jamie's Discount vs. MohrOOs The News Stand vs. McDonald's Harry's Penny Bar vs. GoTane MONDAY, FEB. 8th Reich & Becker vs. Forest Lions GoTane vs. The Who? St. Bernardine's vs. McDonald's „ WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10th National Bank vs. Jamie's Discount The Who? vs. The News Stand St. Bernardine's vs. Harry's Penny Bar 7,731 students have completed diploma courses or single subjects under the guidance of the present owners of Freeman Business Schools. The skills and the knowledge they gained have led them to profitable careers or enriched lives. When are y,ou starting a complete course or a single subject program—for YOUR future? Call 366-3623 7401 Madison Street Forest Park, III. FREEMAN BUSINESS $CHOOLSylNC: ; < Jusl on. of 7,731 Kothy Iverson 'Oak Park • Rivtr Forest H.S. Fraoman Business School Junior Accounting 1 Cours*. •Job —'Assistant Accoun. lanl for a CPA. Little League., Pony and Colt Registration Baseball registration In Forest Park will be held this weekend on Saturday and Sunday; February 6th and 7th. All boys between the ages of 8 and 17 who are interested In playing baseball this summer must register this weekend. Boys between the ages of 13 through 15 will be assigned to the new senior division and will play games against the surrounding suburban.villages and towns this year. These games will be in addition to the games scheduled in our park. Registration for the Colt league will be accepted on the basis of a refund if the league is unable to obtain'a manager and coach. At the present time we are looking for someone to accept the team as a manager. Are you interested? Qontact us during registration - we need your help. Registration will be held at the Village Hall, 517 Desplaines (2nd floor) between 1:00 P.M.' and 4:00 P.M. on February 6th and 7th. Donations are as follows: Little League -.$7.00 per boy; $9.00 for 2 boys; $10.00 for 3 boys Senior Div. (Pony) $10.00 per boy; $5.00 for ea. additional boy Colt League - $15.00 per boy Total charges for any one family is not to exceed $25.00 maximum for any combfnation of boys excluding the Colt league. All new boys must reach eight years of age before August 1st to qualify. All boys must live In Forest Park to register. Even though a boy played last season he must register again this weekend to be elegible to play. Parents must accompany the boys for registration. Sf. Bernard/no Bow/ing League News LADIES •>.- ' -. Famous Liquors 40 Forest Park National Bank 38 Reich & Becker 37 Sam Sansone 3$ Miller Drugs 35 Quitsch Florist 36 Mohr Oil Co. 34 Trage Bros. 31 Lorraine Popelka bowled high game of 201 and high series of 488 ' MEN Hollahan Dodge 6 National Roofing 5 Alberts Furniture 5 Saracco Construction 5 Cermak-Harlem Standard 4 Cognates Foods 3 Suburban Oil 2 North America Savings 2 Seven Oaks Restaurant 2 Reich & Becker 1 High Game- Al Tagliola - 230 High Series- Mike Andrews -590 Fenwick Cagers Win Two From Holy Trinity By John Griffin Fenwick's Cagers trampled on Holy Trinity by winning 81-28 in the junior game and the Friars won again 82-47 in the senior division. • Fenwick's. juniors completely dominated the first game, scoring 36 baskets from the floor. They also sank 10 of 17 free throws while committing 13 fouls. Jeff Norrls, who only played In the first half, still scored 20 points to lead the victors. Jerry Hlavacek followed him with 11. For Holy Trinity, it was Pete Collins pacing his team with 13 points. They only scored 11 buckets, along with 6 from the line. The Friars also controlled the boards, pulling down 60 rebounds. Fenwick led 46-12 after the second quarter and 65-14 after three periods, holding Holy Trinity to a remarkable 2 points in the third quarter. The story was nearly the same in the senior game with Fenwick winning by 35 points. They sank 32 field goals and 18 from the free-throw line. They committed 19 infractions. Tom Bruno led the Friars with 14 points while Jeff Carpenter and Bill Bresnahan trailed with 12 points each. Trinity made 18 field goals and 9 free throws. Jim Williams was their high scorer with 23 points. Holy Trinity was down 36-15 at half time and 58-29 after the third period. Fenwick's coach Ed Galvin brought his second and third lines in for the last half. Fenwick next plays Hales Franciscan on home court on February 7th. LEGAL Notice is hereby given that the names of the following persons will appear upon the ballot for the office of Commissioner of the Park District of Forest Park in the election on Tuesday, April 6, 1971. FOR COMMISSIONER KENNETH Z. STANCE GARY C. FINK WILLIAM DUNNE, JR. Park District of Forest Park Alice M. Conway, Secretary Board of Park Commissioners

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