FOREST PARK REVIEW. WEDNESDAY'FEBRUARY 17.^9^; PA3E 18 SPORTS PAGE Fenwick Splits With Hales By John Griffin Fenwick High's Cagers went into action last Friday, night for their last home games of the season. The Junior squad (hoys 5'9" and under) easily won over Hales Franciscan 57-36. Thiswastheir eleventh straight victory. Their senior team lost, however, 74-53. This now puts the .senior Friars in a tie for third place in the Catholic League's north section, along with Loyola. Gordon Tech is in first, with Hales in second. In (lie junior game, it was Jeff Morris pacing Fenwick's Friars with 25 points. " Don Chatfield led Hales with 12. The losers only sank 11 bucke's while Fenwick made 23. but Hales hit IRONCLAD PROTECTION There is no "ironclad" protection against accident or illness. Hut an /Etna Life hospital and surgical policy can help protect you a^ain^t an unexpected financial blow from medical bills. And it is guaranteed renewable for life. Call for details. Tony Mueller REICH & BECKER 52 Years of Service 7419 MADISON ST. 366-0010 LIFE i CASUALTY demark ot Tht Aitnj Casualty y Co. and ill ujjutid/cJ tompaai TOM. CARLSON Auto Sales Since 1949 7300 ROOSEVELT RD. Forest Park Open 7 DAYS Weekdpys 9 to 9 14 of 21 free throws as the Friars connected on 11 of 14 shots from the line. Fenwick committed 14 foul- to their opponent's 10 infractions. Hales only scored 2 points in the first quarter. The score at the half was 29-14 and 16-25 after three periods. The senior Friars lost by 21, losing to a much taller team. They were outscored 40-17 in (lie first half but scored 36 i«jints to lale's 34 in the last half. Jeff Carpenter had 18 points to lead Fenwick. Jesse Williams had 25 mints for the Franciscans. Hales, who made 28 field goals, ilso made 18 free throws. The Friars had 21 baskets and II free throws. Walther Broncos Drop Two The Walther Broncos dropped two Private School League games last weekend, losing to Chicago Christian 73-55 on Friday and Timothy Christian 62-50 Saturday. Chicago Christian's center Don Noort was the high scorer in the contest as he scored 31 points, 17 in the second half. The Knights started the game out at a fast pace and led the Broncos 20-8 at the end of the first quarter. They increased ^heir lead in the following quarter and were out in front 32-15 at (he half, holding Walther to only 7 points in the second period of play. Al Buchholz, a senior guard for Walther, opened up in the second half. Buchholz swished 10 field goals and shot 100% at the free throw line, having 6-6. He had a total of 26 points in the game but liis efforts weren't enough to narrow the gap. Saturday night's game against Timothy Christian was played at much more of an even pace. Timothy's Bob Kuisman took advantage of the Bronco's fouling and hit 17 out of 22 free throws. Kuisman was also deadly from the outside and had 13 baskets for a total of 43 points. Al Buchholz was high for Walther with 14. By the close of the third quarter the Broncos were able to advance within 2 points of the Trojans, making the score 31-33. However, they couldn't stop the Trojans in the fourth quarter as Kuisman made 14 of his 43 points. The Broncos are now in third place in the P.S.I, and will finish up their season this weekend with two home games against Wheaton Christian and Luther South. Recreation Basketball By Ron Milchhoefer Last week, Reich & Becker ended their season's play in first place. The Senior division ended :heir league play with the exception of a first place play-off game between Harry's Penny Bar and the News Stand. Each team both ended the season with an 11-3 record, eausing the playoff game which will determine where they will be placed in the tournament. This game will be played on Wednesday the 17th at 9:00 p.m.. lieic'h & Becker defeated Forest Lions 53-49 in a close game. iTfll and Wegcrich led Reich Becker with 16 points each. Grantham ami Smith led the Lions with 17 and 13 points. Go Tane downed The Who? 7468. Grunwald dropped in 28 points and Jaffe added 15 points forGo- Tane. EnEleman put in 35 points for The Who? . St. Bernardines squeezed out a close one be defeating McDonalds 60-65. lack Cote led St. Bornardine's with 18 points followed by Mason with 15. Tom Hemstreet put in 21 points followed by Domian with 1C points. Jamie's Discount defeated the National Bank 53-47. Dolton put in 20 points for Jamie's helped by Simonek with 13 points. Csech put in 18 for the Bank. The News Stand defeated The Who? 63-56. Scheiwe and Adolfson led the Stand with 17 and 13 points. Yates and Don Cote were high for The Who? with 14 and 13 [mints. Harry's Penny Bar downed St. Bernardlne's. 74-48. Adams and Claxton dropped in 15 points each while Fraizer and Bial put in 14 each for Harry's. Connelly was high for St. Bernardlne with 13 points. Team Standings Juniors W. L. Reich & Becker 13 2 St. Bernardines 12 3 Forest Lions 10 5 Jamie's Discount 7 8 Mohr Oils . 2 13 National Bank 1 14 Seniors Harry's Penny Bar 12 3 The News Stand 12 3 The Who? 9 6 Go Tane 8 7 St. Bernardines 3 12 McDonalds 1 13 Schedule Wednesday, Feb. 17th Reich & Becker vs. winner (6th - 4th) (Jr.) 7:00 St. Bernardine vs. The Who? (Sr.) . . . . 8:00 Harry's Penny Bar vs. The Who? -(Sr.) 9 :°° Friday, Feb. 19th St! Bernardine vs. winner '(5th - 3rd) (Jr.) 7:00 2nd Place (Sr.) vs. winner (5th- 3rd) (Sr.) . . 8:00 1st Place (Sr.) vs. winner (6th- 4th) (Sr.) 9:00 Monday, Feb. 22nd Consolation 3rd Place (Jr.) 7:00 Consolation 3rd Place (Sr.) 8:00 Sf. Bernardine Bowling League News LADIES ' Forest Park National Bank - 45 Famous Liquors 42 Miller Drugs -11 Reich & Becker . 41 Mohr Oil Co. 40 Quitsch Florist 40 Sam Sansune " 40 Trage Bros. 31 Lorraine 1'opelka howled hi(;h game of 194 and high series of 544. MEN Albert's Furniture Hollahan Dodge Saracco Construction Ccrmak-Hark'in Standard National Roofing 1 Cognato's Foods North America Savings Suburban Oil Seven Oaks Restaurant Reich i 1 Becker 15 15 13 13 12 10 9 8 7 3 High Game - Hob Ta|;liola - 21!) Hijjh Series- Jerry Maty.silc -51)0 Pony and Little League News Last week's registration for all oys regardless of age proved to e pretty ,slim pickings. What appened fellows??? We can't ait any longer. If you want to lay baseball this summer, you- ill have your last chance tor eg- ster on Pel). 20th during tryouts t St. Bernardines school hall t 1:00 p.m. The registration fee s the same as last year for Little jeagiie and ten dollars for Pony rSenior Division. Special ar- angi-rncnts are made for more han oni> hoy from the sain e family n the same league. All new boys who did not play in Jttle League last year will be graded during tryouts. Boys hoiilcl bring a baseball glove and gym shoes with them for tryouts; Boys who are 13 to 15 years old will be eligible for the new Senior Division. The Senior Division will lay scheduled games here in own and exhibition games in ther cities throuout the season. Games away will be with Berkley, Vinston Park, Lombard, Maywood, Melrose Park and Bellwood. Anyone interested in managing a earn., - either Pony or Little League?? Don't hold back - we need your help to help our boys. We also need umpires to control he games in the major and minor fields. Interested - call 366-0341 or 366-0974. Without sufficient help, we will have to drop some of the boys from the program. We know that you will enjoy helping the boys if you only get involved. One Thaf Didn'f Gef Away Murk Rizzo of 819 Marengo Avenue, caught this 6'4" black tip shark 12 miles off the coast of Mi»m! Beach on Fiiday, January 29th. Mavk, seen here holding the prize catch WAS seasick before, during and after pulling in the l>ig one, which incidentally, took the better part of one hour to land. Presently, the prize catch will be mounted and sent to the Rizzo home for all to see and admire. Walther High to Host Lutheran Elementary School Basketball Tourney By Karen Schiewe Walther Lutheran High School will host the 16th Annual Lutheran Elementary School Basketball Tournament in its gymnasium February 20, 21, 27 and 28. The preliminary games will be played Saturday Feb. 20th from 9 a.m. thru 3:30 p.m. and Sunday, Feb. 21st from 11 thru 4 p.m. The final games are scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 28th from 2 thru 7 p.m. The 19 schools entered in this year's tournament include: Addison, St. Paul; Bensenville, Zion; Elmhurst, Immanuel; Forest Park, St. John; Hillisde, Immanuel; Hinsdale, Zion; Itasca, St. Luke; LaGrange, St. John; Lyons, Zion; Melrose Park, Apostles and St. Paul; River Forest, Grace; River Grove, Bethlehem; Roselle, St. John and Trinity; Schaumburg, St. Peter; Summit, Zion; West Chicago, Trinity; and Wheaton, St. John. Returning to defend last year's title in the large school division will be Zion School of Hinsdale. In the small school division, St. Luke School of Itasca, will attempt to retain the title for the fifth straight year. Also, each team's cheerleaders will be competing for a trophy for the best cheerleading squad in each division of the tournament. National Rifle Association Is 100 Years Old The National Rifle Association is celebrating its 100th birthday. It was founded in 1871 by a uroup of National Guard officers to foster marksmanship a mo UK the citizenry. More than 1 million Americans arc on the rolls of thu N'.K.A. In their company have been outstanding countrymen like ['resident LI. S. (Irani and I)\vi).'hl 1). Eisenhower. [>C] ELECT Jeremiah (Jerry) CURRAN for Commissioner Z ?. L-i y l-o Y/i L A\lS l-p I.? c€ '
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