Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 3, 1977 · Page 43
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Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, March 3, 1977
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Economist Newspapers. Wednesday. Murch 'i, 1977 CSR Section II Page 9 - Lion roars back After absorbing a stiff right to the jaw by Ron Zahalka (left), John Collins of Leo Nigh lived up to the school's nickname of Lion and roared back to flatten his opponent for his fourth straight tournament knockout win. Collins will be in the 158-pound novice division finals of the Golden Gloves tournament on Friday, March 11, at the International Amphitheater. Morgan Park, Calumet advance in playoffs By BERNIE LYNCH The most optimistic Morgan Park basketball fan could hardly envision a bright season to follow after their Mustangs captured the Chicago Public league crown and then went on to pick up all the marbles in the Class AA state tournament at year ago at Champaign Graduation took the entire starting team, leaving Coach Bill Warden with a rebuilding task Warden has to be recknoned as a candidate again for Coach of the Year honors for the way he has brought along a green bunch of players. With two playoff victories behind them, the Mustangs will be at Bowen High this afternoon to face Crane for the right to advance to next Friday's quarter-final round. Sophomore Corky Field has been one of the pleasant surprises for coach Warden. The 6-1 forward tossed iff 15 points Monday as the Mustangs eliminated Carver 52 to 42 in their second round playoff contest Monday at Morgan Park..,-..,. . _ , f r , v _^ Kendall Cobb, a younger brother of Levi, an all-state eager with Morgan Park last season and now playing with the University of Illinois varsity squad, had 10. Cornell Smith also had 10 and Greg Harris chipped in with eight Warden had special praise for Grady Alexander, another sophomore, who came into the game late and turned in a "excellent performance." Calumet, the only other area prep team to survive the second round of the playoffs, gained a thrilling $4 to 60 overtime win over Harlan on Monday. Leading the Indians to victory was Ken Arnold, top scorer in the South-Red, who scored a pair of free throws with three seconds left to play in regulation play to send the game into overtime. He tallied four points in the overtime and wound up as the top individual performer in Monday's playoffs with 32 points for the game. Calumet bumps into Marshall this afternoon at the Julian High school gym in their third round playoff contest. Daley Bruins gain playoffs The Indians are coached by Johnie Butler, a former all- city eager at Calumet. Bogan, who beat Kennedy in its opening round playoff contest, bowed out to Parker 66 to 50. Bryant had 20 points and Art Bright added 14 to lead Parker into itsthird round game against Sullivan this afternoon. Mike Aspan was high for the Bengals with 12 points and Tim Ward collected 10. Gage Park had the misfortune of bumping into Phillips, losing 76 to 61 The Owls never quit and came within six points of the Wildcats with four minutes remaining to Play -x Reginald Arnold, one of the league's top scorers, kept Gage in the game with his'21-point scoring effort. It was Phillips' 24th victory in a row. The team is already being tabbed for the state. They go against Amundsen this afternoon. In the biggest upset of the afternoon, Vocational was surprised by South Shore, dropping an 81 to 79 decision. Larry Stallings' 14-foot jump shot with three seconds left to play in the game decided the issue. CVS had reached the finals in the Public league playoffs last year, losing to Morgan Park for the crown. Another upset found Kenwood, the Red-South champion, losing to Simeon 68 to 67. Henry White was the individual standout with 31 points for'the winners Rich Byrd had 14 for Kenwood. Simeon meets up with Westinghouse, second ranking team hi the pi ayoffs, this afternoon. Lindblom's title hopes were ended Monday as the Eagles lost to King 71 to 57. ^ Today's winners will advance to the quarter-final round of play set for Friday. Pairings and neutral sites will be made by Bill Hardin, league supervisor. Semi-finals will be next Tuesday and Wednesday and the championship game will take place the following Tuesday at the Amphitheatre. For the second time in two years, the Daley college Brwins have finished first in the Northern Illinois Collegiate Hockey association (NICHA). After clinching a division- ·al playoff berth with a 4-2 win over Elmhurst, the Bruins finished their season with a flourish, knocking off third place Purdue-Calumet 6-1 for a final 16-1-2 league record. Also in the NICHA playoffs is second place Moraine Valley, slated to play Elmhurst. Moraine, having a 11-1 record against the Bruins, are considered to be the favorites in their game, but Bruin Coach Bill Le- Monnier contends it to be a tossup. "Moraine Valley lost three, one of which was to last place Morton college, and Elmhurst has lost four, so I'd say it's pretty even," LeMonnier stated at practice Thursday-. "Anyway, the pressure's on them, not us. Since we haven't lost a game since the first one of the season, Td say we're the favorites, overall." That one loss was a 5-4 squeaker to Moraine Valley, which tied Daley and Moraine for first Since then, the Bruins moved into the top spot, and have not been toppled from first place all season. Closest to them was Moraine, two and one half games behind. Likewise Elmhurst, in the North division of the NICHA, cake walking through the season and finishing more than five games above second place Trinity college, but still four games behind the Bruins on the loss side. The Bruins will play Trinity college next Saturday, faceoff at 3:45 p.m. at the Chalet, 8300 S. Wolf rd. in Willow Springs. The Mp- raine-Elmhurst game will take place later that same day, at 8 p.m, at Trinity college in Deerfield. A consolation game will follow next Sunday at the Woodfield Ice Arena, and the championship game will be played on Monday night, 8 p.m. at the Chalet Net classes are offered Expert instruction for beginning tennis players will be available in April at 16 parks, announced Walter Piekarski. Chicago Park District tennis supervisor. Advance registration maj be made at participating parks from 2 to 9 p.m. weekdays beginning March 17. There is a $5 registration fee for the four weekly classes. Senior citizens 65 and over and boys and girls 17 and under may enroll without charge. Hours of instruction are 4 p.m. for children S to 12 and 5 p.m. for teenagers. Adults 17 and over may join in evening sessions at 6:30, 7:30 or 8:30 p.m. Scheduled hours for parks holding Saturday classes are 10:30 a.m for children; 11:30 a m for teenagers, and 1, 2 or 3 p.m. for adults. The following area parks are taking part in the program: Palmer park, lllth and Indiana ave., 785-4277, Tuesdays; Mt Greenwood park, 3711 W. lllth st, 7790650, Thursdays; Ridge park, 96th and Longwood dr., 238-1655, Tuesdays; Bogan park, 3939 W. 79th st, 582-4464, Fridays: Marquette park, 6700 S. Kedzie ave., 776-9879. Wednesdays. Also, West Lawn park, 4232 W. 65th St. 582-6850. Fridays; Wenlworth park, 5625 S. Mobile ave., 5851881, Thursdays; Curie park, 4959 S. Archer av., 581-3230. Tuesdays; Archer park. 4901 S. Kilbourn ave., 735-7080, Mondays. 20% OFF ON ALL DELGO AND TITIAN BATTERIES IN STOCK! (THRU MARCH 31,1977) JJALL 598-1818 U» MwF PriM TINS Art Opt! HoU Your Portia Hen! SPECIAL FOR JAN. i, FB. 1978] CAKE FREE WITH AU WEDDING OR ANNIVERSARY PARTIES Jon. or Feb. $700 f UP FOR DINNER AND AU. DRINKS CAU 598-6460 HARLEM WTO PARTS I HICKORY HILLS 8300 S. HARLEM AVL Pf'f Mo n t^'u F" P a (* tr Q - -Sat i Suirfsvs 8 a rn p f. p COUNTRY CLUB 8J01 WEST WTH StBEEl Sf. Laurence, Mar 1st, DeLaSalle win openers B * * * By BERNIE LYNCH It's a long, long way to Champajgn. Area basketball squads opened thfir bids for a trip to the state tournament as fireworkds got underway Monday night in Class AA tournament play. St Laurence's Vikings, a perennial basketball powerhouse, has to be tabbed as the team with the best-chance to go all the way. They opened their bid by staving off Shepard in the second half and came away with a 62 to 53 victory in the Reavis regional. Controlling both boards and shooting a 57.8 pace, De LaSalle looked like an outstanding tournament contender by breezing past St. Rita last night in the Argo regional by a score of 68 to 46. Larry Tucker and Mike Collins collaborated to score 41 points m leading Marist/to a 68 to 52 win over Evergreen Park in Monday's Eisenhower regional opener. Hales upset top seeded Leo 47 to 44 as the four-team / Quigley South regional started rolling last night Coach Jerry Tokars had a right to be pleased at the performance of his De LaSalle Metoers, as they controlled both boards and their fast break kept the situation well at hand all the way. Fay Rhone led the way with 18 points, 14 of these coming m the opening half when DLS left the court at the intermission in control of a 37 to 19 advantage Coach Tony Barone's Mustangs came to life early in the third period by scoring 10 straight points without a retaliation, to move to within 11 points, 40 to 29 Don Bischoff had two baskets in the brief comeback. But De LaSalle's Meteors refused to panic and they drew out to a 47 to 31 margin "We worked hard on defense all week,'' remarked DLS coach Tokars The Meteors proved the point as they held the Mustangs to only one field goal in the fourth period, that by Bischoff after DLS had taken a 57 to 40 lead. Collum and Chris Moore added a pair of free throws apiece to give Rita its six total points Bill Luzzo and Bischoff fouled out in the final quarter. While Rhone, who played despite a fever and managed to pull down 10 rebounds, was the leading scorer with 18 points, Dave Skowronski had 16 points on six baskets and four free throws. Both Dave Bonko and Aaron Harris contributed 12 points to the" winning cause Top scorer for St. Rita was Bischoff with 15 points on five baskets and five free throws. Maurice Clark had 10 CSU grapplers in national and Moore tallied eight. De LaSalle hit on 16 of 45 shots from the field and made good on 16 of 26 charity throws Although St. Laurence won by only nine points, the Vikings had matters under control. The Vikings took a 19 to 9 first period lead and left the court at the intermission in front by 18 points, 37 to 19. Kevin Boyle got into foul trouble and sat out most of'the second and third periods. Jim Stack was top scorer with 21 points. Ken Cozzi added 11 to the winning cause. The Vikings hit on 27 of 56 shots from the field and connected on eight of 12 free throws Shepard's field goal shooting was outstanding, hitting on 24 of 45 attempts from the field ana five of 11 free throws. Fernando Lewis was high for Shepard with 15. Leo held a 11 to 9 first period lead and left at the half in front 23 to 21 However, Hales caught the Lions near the end of the third period and the Franciscans went on to gain their three-point win. Booker Jones was high for Hales with 14 points, but he relinquished game honors to Leo's Fred Carter with 16. Manst will seek its second tourney victory tonight, a strong Richards squad in the first of two games in the Eisenhower regional this evening Game is scheduled at 7 p.m Brother Rice, who drew an opening round bye, Eisenhower in the second game at 8:30 this evening The Cardinals of Eisenhower, coached by Bob Frasor, who guided Mount Carmel to the Catholic league championship in 1975 before moving to Blue Island, upset third- seeded Oak Lawn 62 to 56 as Theren Bullock tossed-in 29 points. Tonight's victors will return to Blue Island Friday night for the Eisenhower regional finale Mendel bumps into top seeded host Argonauts 1W£ eve'* ning at Argo. Winner will meet De LaSalle Frida night' J Both games have 7 30 p m starting times. * ~-" Mount Carmel, winner of only one league game in'the Catholic league this season, meets the host Quigley South squad, who won.the South-Central league crown. The victor will return to the QS gym to face Hales Friday night. St. Francis deSales, a newcomer to the Catholic league this season, upset Thornton Fractional North 42 to 40 in the Thornton Fractional South regional. The Pioneers failed to win a league game this season. * Rice, Carmel in '· 1 _ The Chicago State university wrestling team will have seven grapplers ,,competing in the NAIA National wrestling tournament, which opens tomorrow in Cheny,Wash. The seven wrestlers qualified for the nationals during the District 20 NAIA championships held at Lewis university. CSU took first place honors in that tournament. Sophomore Tom Vogt, 10154 S. Longwood dr, who learned his wrestling while at Mount Carmel High school, took first place in Marquette to hold tryouts Marquette Boys Baseball has planned tryouts tomorrow at the Hubbard High school gym, 62nd st. and Hamlin ave. The Pinto league (boys 910) will try out starting at 6.30 p.m.; Bronco (11-12) at 7 30 p.m., and Pony (13-14) at 8:30 p.m. Final tryouts will be held the Mowing Thursday. Boys 9-14 can still register next Saturday at the Marquette field, 59th st. and Kilpatrick ave., from noon to 3 p.m. Boundaries on the east v are Western ave, 51st st. on the north and 74th st on the south to Cicero ave., and then 65th st from Cicero to Harlem aves. A baseball program for girls nine thru 16 years of age will be held for the first time. Further details can be had by calling Bill Arundel, phone 776-2473 the district meet for 134 pounders. He had a 24-7 record during the season Mike Padilla, 4339 S. Paulina st, who prepped at Til--' den Tech, took second place for 158 pounds Another Tilden product.-Joe Davis was runner-up at 167. Other CSU grapplers that have left for the national include: Mike Svigos, Mike Meyers, Lawrence and Larry Thomas. Curie league ends Saturday Little Joe's have already clinched the East division i title of the Curie park Grammar school basketball league, and St Denis needs a win over Hamline to take the West division crown. League play winds up next Saturday with five games in the Curie High school gym, 4900 S. Archer ave, opening at 9:30 a.m with the contest between St. Denis and Hamline. St Albert the Great meets second place St Gall at 10.30 a.m., followed by the contest between St. Bruno and St. Simon. St Jane and Immaculate furnish the action for'the fourth game, and the league finale brings together Little Joe. seeking to wind up with a 13-0, and St. Turibius, at 1:30 p.m. St Denis took over undisputed possession of first place by beating St Gall 3$ to 23 in their showdown battle last Saturday. George Gorman led the Spartans with 10 points. Mike Szala collected 21 points to pace Little Joe's to an easy 45 to 23 win over St. Turibius SHOP AND COMPARE! AUTO TKT RUSTPROOFIHG INC. 7600 W. 95th SI.-Hitbry Hills 598-7000 title series By Mark Hermanson Brother Rice and Mount Carmel prep hockey squads have won the right to meet in the Catholic High school league's Kennedy Cup hockey series Coach Don Menom's Crusaders managed to repeat their 3 to 1 opening win over St. Laurence and Carmel made it two straight wins over De LaSalle, shutting out the Meteors for the second time, 4 to 0, to wind up the semi-final series. Viking was outstanding in the nets as he held the rampaginq Rietnn dss in the "ne";"" "e'V'd However, the Crusaders broke the ice at 2.06 of the second period when senior Jim Juracka tallied the first of his pair of goals It came when right wing Bob Bandyk's shot was blocked by a defenseman and Juracka picked up the loose puck and fired it in from about 15 feet in front of the St. Laurence net Freshman George Roll's tally in the opening period was dis- . cpunted due to an inadvert- 1 ent whistle by one of the officials. Using a Viking defense- man as a partial screen, sophomore Dave Kurow fired a slap shot from just inside the blue line and beat the startled Viking goalie to give Rice a 2 to 0 advantage. Coach George Langlotz' Vikings got on the scoreboard when junior Bob DeStefano took a pair from team mate Mark-Baggie' and drilled the puck past Tom Paige, Crusader goalie But 90 seconds later, the Crusaders pressed and got an insurance marker on Juracka's second goal of the day Carrying the brunt of Rice's attack was the front line of Juracka, Bandyk and captain Jim Mazurowski. Greg Roll, Jerry Augustine and Jim McNamara were also offensive stand-' outs for Rice. Art Pollen- ' sweider and sophomore Pat Roche were superb on defense. Both Mazurowski and Follenweider, were members of the All-Star team last year Vikings centers John Fruit and DeStefano were the offensive stars for St. Laurence and Doyle performed well in the nets despite the loss The championship series will open at 9:10"pfti- Friday at the Homewood- Flossmoor rink The best- of-three series may wind up Sunday at the Southwest Ice Arena in Crestwood Faceoff is at 3:45 p.m. See you there. Save $ 4.00 on the Knapp work shoe. Cushioned Comfort K48 K58 Sizes lo 14 W dths Regular S22 99 NOW, ONLY. KNAPP The more for the money shoe. NOW OPEN SUNDAY, 12:00 to 5:00 S OAKCAWNiC'iitsgo) 623SS C'tero Avenue T»i «23 6030 Tohaik'eav-.ciesaiev-anvisfyciu ta» 2^7 3100 {X SIZE 12 aaaSi 00 Mon^Thurs~fn«9J01o9 00 Tues_W«5 .S«^940io5'-30 Sun^ 12'00 JoS'OO fSPAPFRI

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