Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on March 17, 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 17, 1971
Page 12
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FOREST PARK REVIEW. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1971, RAGE 12 SPORTS PAGE Recreation Basketball First Place Junior League Season's Champs Reich & Becker Reich & Becker finished the league's season play in first place. In their first game of the tournament, they were defeated by Jamie's Discount. 1st row: W. Crawford, H. Wegerlch, B. Pfatt 2nd row: M. Farrell, C. Gustafsori and J. Chenicek. Missing: M. Conway. The only Old-Fashioned MEAT MARKET in town QUALITY MEAT fr CUT TO YOUR ORDER PRIME MEATS West End Market In the Heart of Forest Park 7415 Madison St. 366-0116 GERMAN STYLE formerly Stefan's Bakery BAKED DAILY OPEN SUNDAYS 7240 ROOSEVELT RD. 369-7996 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dally 6 to 6 By Ron Milchhoefer Third Place Junior Tournament Forest Lions Forest Lions received a third place trophy for tournament play and also a third place trophy for league season's play. 1st row: .M. Presto and B. Crane. 2nd row; B. Clifton, B. Smith, J. Holodnicki, and J. Scheid. Third Place Senior Tournament The News Stand The News Stand took second place in league season play and finished third in tournament play. V#§r y'$? - , .>- * £&A, rt '- 1st row: F. O'Connor, J. Schelwe, 'B. Schelwe and R. Adolfson. 2nd row: D.. Wyatt, D. Johnson. Missing: T. Gorman, N. Bacon Fenwick Junior Friars Capture Crown By John Griffin It was the first time since 1964 that Fenwick's Junior Friars have taken the Catholic League ; Olympic division title. The Friars beat the South Side's Mendel 54-53 in one of their toughest games all year. 'This was the fourth encounter between these two teams with both teams winning twice. Mendel beat fhe_Ffiars; on November 17, 6946 and on December 9, 72-59. Then the Fenwick-hosted Olympic Tournament rolled around with these two teams meeting each other In the final game. Fenwick came out the victor, 5251 on December 30. The Friars had a 10-0 record for the league season. They also hold one of the Catholic League's longest winning streaks by winning their last 18 contests. This 18 game winning streak started way back on Dece'mber 11 when the Friars rolled over De La Salle, 64-32. Last Monday night, Fenwick easily overcame Leo, 64-47 in their first game of the playoffs. The Friars led 23-9 after the first quarter, 39-2G at halftime and 50-28 after three periods. Center John Cahill had 17 points to lead the winners. Guard Jeff Norris had 13 and forward Jim Koridek 12 also for the Oak Parkers. In the championship game on Friday night, which was played at De Paul's Alumni Hall, neither Fenwick nor Mendel ever held a solid lead over the other. Mendel had a slim 12-11 lead after the first period but Fenwick had a 24-23 margin at the half. Mendel came back in the third quarter to take a 40-37 lead but they weren't quite able to hold on to it in the closing period. It was Norris of Fenwick who was the game's highest scorer with 29 points while his teammate Cahill had 12. Pat DevineandRon Williams had 14 points apiece for Mendel. Dennis St. Leger, usually one of Mendel's top scorers, was held to seven free throws. St. Bernardine Bowling League News LADIES Forest Pk. Nat'l Bank 52 Mohr Oil Co. Sam Sansone Quitsch Florist Miller Drugs Reich & Becker Famous Liquors Wage Bros. 51-1/2 50-1/2 50 49 47 43 41 Marie Tierney bowled high games of 203 and 200 and high series of 550. Lorraine Popelka bowled a 521 series and Joan Dioguardi bowled a 511 series. MEN Saracco Construction 34 Alberts Furniture 33 National Roofing 31 Hollahan Dodge 29 Cermak-Harlem Standard 28 Cognates Foods 24 Suburban Oil 21 North America Savings 21 Seven Oaks Restaurant 17 Reich it Becker 7 High Game -Mike Andrews -214 High Series -Steve Plntozzi -620 LEGAL Applications for absentee ballots for the Board of Education Election on April 10, 1971 may be securedfrom Mrs. Jean Zelinske, at the District Office, 939 Belolt Avenue, Forest Park, Illinois, during regular business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4;30 p.m. as follows: Personal Applications between the dates, of March 11 and April 7, inclusive. Mail Applications, between the dates of March 11 and April 5, inclusive. For additional information relative to absentee voting, contact Mrs. Zwlinske in the Superintendent's Office or telephone 366-5700. BETTY REICH Secretary, Board of Education School District No. 91 3/10-3/17 ivities Stay In Sltap. FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY JOIN OAK PARK YMCA 255 S. MARION ST. OAK PARK 383-5200

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