Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on March 10, 1971 · Page 12
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 12

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 10, 1971
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1971, PAGE 12 SPORTS PAGE Recreation Basketball By Ron Milchhoefer First Place Senior Tournament Champs Harry's Penny Bar Harry's Penny Bar took the first place trophy for season's league play and each member of the team received individual trophies for their efforts. They also received a first place trophy for winning the Senior Tournament by defeating The Who? 72-68. 1st row: J. Frazier, J. Bial, L Koren, R, Dunlap. 2nd row: J. Adams, B. Row, Manager, J. Claxton. Second Place Senior Tournament The Who? The Who? finished their season's league play in third place. They finished in second place in the Senior Tournament losing a close one to Harry's Penny Bar 72-68. Kneeling: B. Cote, D. Cote. Standing: L. Yates, W. Benedeck, J. Martin. Not present: Russell and Engleman. SAN FRANCISO BAY BOMBERS with Charlie Connell & Margie Laszlo Versus MIDWEST PIONEERS with Bill Groll & Ann Calvello Amphitheater SATURDAY, MARCH 13th - 8 p.m. Tickets $5 $4-$3 -All Ticketron Outlets First Place Junior Tournament Champs St. Bernardino's St. Bernardine ended their season's league play in second place right behind Reich & Becker. They took first place in the Junior Tournament by defeating Jamie's^iscount 76-69. Kneeling: P. Fitzgerald, J. Lamb. Standing: K. Koranda, .J. Torney, J, Madden. Not present: D. Crosley. Second Place Junior Tournament Jatole's Discount Jamie's Discount finished in fourth place in the Junior seasons league play. They finished in second place in the Junior Tournament, losing to St. Bernardines 76-69. 1st row: B. Moccio, B. Simonek, M. Campagna, A. Rodio •• 2nd row; R. Leisten, V. Lampugnano, T. Accatura, D. Dalton, M. Matusak. > Leading Scorers Senior "Division Team Grunwald Benedeck O'Connor Claxton Adams Player Clifton Torney Simonek Fitzgerald Dalton Go Tane The Who? The .News Stand Harry's Penny Bar Harry's Penny Bar Junior Division Team Forest Lions St. Bernardino's Jamie's Discount St. Bernardino's Jamie's Discount Total Points 374 283 269 248 221 Total Points 369 307 288 269 234 There will be more information and more pictures In next week's paper. . _ , _ . Proviso Easf Regional Champs The Proviso East Pirates were leading by one point with two seconds to go when Dave Roberts was fouled by Cramer of St. Ignatius. Roberts dropped both free throws through the net and Proviso East defeated St. Ignatius 60-57 and became regional champions. Again, it was a team effort with the Pirates sinking fourteen out of sixteen free throws. Roberts was high point man with 25 points, followed by Fowlkes with 17 points. Although Tancredi was scorless, credit him with 10 big assists. Line Proviso East L, Moore D. Roberts E. Funchess T. Fowlkes J. Tancredi M. Karstens H. Mitchell Up B, • 2 11 1 8 0 1 0 F.T. 4 3 5 1 0 1 0 P.F. 2 4 5 1 1 4 0 St. Ignatius J. Wheat M. Burr P. Cramer B. Durkin T. Kerns J. Collins B. F.T. P.F. 6 4 3 5 2 o- 10 1 4 2 0 0 Score By Quarters 123 Proviso East 12 18 St. Ignatius 8. 19 __ 1660 1257 Wednesday .night, March 10th, Proviso East will open the sectional meet against Oak Lawn, the team that recently defeated the highly touted LaGrange Five 67-61. St. Bernardine Bowling League News LADIES Forest Pk Nat. Bk. 50 MohrOllCo. 491/2 Quitsch Florist 49 Sam Sansone 47 1/2 Miller Drugs 46 Reich 4 Becker 46 Famous Liquors : ; 43 Trage Bros. 37 Lorraine Popelka bowled high game of 214 and high series of 581. Frances Walsh bowled a 511 series. MEN Saracco Construction 27 Alberts Furniture 26 National Roofing 24 Hollahan Dodge 24 Cognates Foods 24 Cerniak-Harlem Standard 21 Suburban Oil - 21 North America Savings 19 Seven Oaks Restaurant 17 Relgh & Becker 1 High Game -Tom Scolire - 232 High Series -Tom Scolire - 588 "Go ttaady with you? I'd love tdl Who ii trill?"

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