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   Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1975, Anderson, Indiana                                 on THE ANDERSON HERALD OU Fridoy.Osc. 12. 1975  cports  Opotter.  #   By JIM BAILEY  NEW CONFERENCE IN THE MAKING  Everyone knew it was coming, and rumors have been flying like wildfire in recent weeks. Now, with some degree of officiality, the final groundwork has been laid for the withdrawal of Highland, Pendleton Heights and Yorktown from the White River Conference and the formation of a new and as yet nameless athletic conference.  Highland Thursday announced it has officially submitted a notice of withdrawal to the WRC effective at the close of the 1976-77 school year, which is next year. In other words, the Scots wiil compete in the White River Conference one more year after the current campaigns, then work into the new conference schedules.  Pendleton Heights has yet to submit its official withdrawal from the WRC. According to athletic director Jim Crosley, he anticipates the school will continue to compete in the old league through 1977-78 because of scheduling difficulties. Particularly in football and basketball, schedules are worked out two to three years or more ahead of time, and the schools involved need to obtain releases in some cases from their contracts with the remaining schools in order to formulate the new schedule.  SIX TEAMS IN NEW CIRCUIT Highland, with the anticipated redistricting of the city next fall, will have an enrollment in excess of 1,600 It will be the largest school in the new loop, which includes the Arabians, the Tigers, Jay County, Delta and Mississinewa.  All except Mississinewa and Yorktown have, or will have, enrollments of more than 1,000 students. Mississinewa and Yorktown probably will be the only AA football schools by the time the conference gets in operation.  Principals of the six schools have been laying the groundwork for the conference, which will meet the needs of the six schools Jay County is in its first year as a school, while Delta and Mississinewa have been members of the Mississinewa Valley Conference. At one time Highland also was an MVC member before returning to the WRC because of more favorable scheduling.  Now all that has changed. With enrollment mushrooming, it was evident Highland would quickly outgrow the WRC. The advent of the football playoffs, with teams rated by classes, also made scheduling across enrollment lines impracticable for higher-enrollment schools with any playoff ambitions. The Arabians faced a similar situation and had for some years been dominant in most conference sports Yorktown’s program also had outstripped the WRC, which had both big and small schools under the same umbrella.  “Hopefully we can start football in the fall of 1978 and the other sports in 1977 78," Highland athletic director John Boyer stated. “There are still a few contracts to be worked out in order to accommodate football, where we have our schedule worked out further ahead."  COMPETE IN IO SPORTS All IO sports in which the IHSAA sanctions boys’ competition will be conducted as conference sports, according to Boyer. This poses a couple of problems for him, because the Scots currently do not compete in either tennis or swimming.  “We probably can add tennis." Boyer noted, “but swimming may have to wait a while. We just don’t have the facilities available to start a swim program here."  Girls’ sports also will be held at the conference level, with basketball, golf, gymnastics, swimming, tennis, track and volleyball.  Most of the participating schools now have first-class, or close to it, facilities. Mississinewa has an all-new athletic plant in the works, and of course Jay County’s facility is brand new. Pendleton Heights built good facilities into its new school when it opened half a decade ago, and Yorktown has upgraded its facilities. Delta also has a brand new school and athletic facilities.  That leaves Highland The Scots have a fine football facility, and with East Side Junior High coming into the feeder system, access to the completed but not finally prepared all-weather track gives them another good facility There is also room for tennis courts at East Side. The gymnasium is less than adequate, but there are two suggested solutions: (I) schedule major games at the Anderson High gym, or (2) build a new, larger and more versatile gymnasium at Highland The latter may have to be done anyway to accommodate the ever expanding physical education and athletic program for both boys and girls.  What of the White River Conference? Here things still are at the rumor stage, but talk is the five remaining members would join with Eastern Hancock, Knightstown and Blue River. It is believed the new setup would be treated as a new conference, accompanied by the dropping of the WRC name. This makes sense. With the withdrawal of Highland and Pendleton Heights, the only original WRC members left (and for that matter Pendleton Heights is what’s left of two original schools) are Lapel and Frankton When the league was formed it was an all Madison County circuit.  Things certainly have changed since then  Scots, Raiders Win In Wrestling  Highland High and Shenandoah High picked up wrestling match wins in area action Thursday night.  Highland’s grapplers pinned seven of their Frankton opponents and lost only one match to get a 64 3 victory , raising the record to 4-0 this season.  Shenandoah wrestlers pinned five Hamilton Southeastern wrestlers en route to a 48-18 win, upping the Raiders’ record to 3 2.  Highland got pins from Gillis, Brown, Masters, Surface, Lehman, Warfel, and Weston The Raiders got pins from Reno, Shelton,  Cage Scores  By 1W Associated Presa  Indiana 63, Notre Dame 60 Florida St. 81, Stetson 71 Villanova IOO, Kings, Pa 75 Rochester 86, Huckneu Bi Lafayette 92, St Francis, N Y M Kansas 61, Boise St 56 Rutgers 95. Penn 80 W Va Tech 71, W Va bt to Davidson 88, Baylor 86 Lafayette 92, St Francis, N V 65 Brandeis 81, Clark 70 Northeastern 77, Tufts 75 Providence 96, Evansville 71 St Mary s, Tex 73, Angelo St 61 Georgia 83, Appalachian St 67 Furman 75, Illinois 73 NBA  Atlanta 122, Buffalo 99 Cleveland 108, New York 95 Washington 117, New Orleans 109 ABA  New York 124, Indians US, overtime  City Battle No. 2 Heads Weekend  By JIM BAILEY  Associate Sports Editor  The second battle in the War of the City takes place Saturday night in the Wigwam. But right now the principals have other things on their minds  The Anderson Indians, ranked No. 4 in the current Associated Press poll and unbeaten in four games, take on Highland’s Scots, which climbed onto the honorable mention list with a similar 4-0 slate and a win over previously second-rated Madison Heights, the third of the city’s Big Three.  "A coach, from up north called me the other day and asked me what was going on in this city. I told him, hey, listen, it’s not only the city, but a few of the county teams like Alexandria are making it pretty rugged here. It’s like Fort Wayne was a few years ago,’’ commented Phil Buck, whose Madison Heights Pirates felt the wrath of the Scots a week ago at Highland.  Saturday’s contest also is a Highland home game, whatever that means, because ifs being played at the Wigwam to accommodate the anticipated large crowd  “Right now we’re worried about Wes Del,” insisted Highland coach Bob Fuller, whose team hosts the Warriors in a White River Conference game at their own place tonight. “We haven’t worked on Anderson at all yet."  Tribe coach Norm Held is in the same situation A North Central Conference game is on tap tonight at Lafayette Jefferson, "and Lafayette is always tough  to beat at home." Held pointed out.  "I would venture to say Highland has been able to point for us more than we have for them,” Held continued. “I don’t like these Friday-Saturday weekends. We’ve been working all week for the Lafayette game, and that’s the big one for us. Sure, it’s a prestige thing to beat the other city schools, but the conference games are our first priority.”  Madison Heights, meanwhile, has a conference game of its own on tap, hosting Kokomo Haworth in Olympic Conference play tonight. Saturday the Pirates entertain the Ben Davis Giants as they work toward regaining some of the prestige they lost in the Highland game.  Other conference action also is slated this weekend for area teams. Nearby neighbors Alexandria and Madison-Grant have a Central Indiana loop contest set for the Argylls’ gym^tonight, while Mount Vernon goes to Pendleton Heights in WRC action and Daleville is at Muncie Burris in the Mid-Eastern Conference.  Highland, somewhat overlooked in pre-season figuring because of lack of size, now Is attracting the attention it deserves, but perhaps Fuller would rather not get.  “We’re really not as strong defensively as we were last year," Fuller insisted, “mainly because we’re smaller. Other teams shoot right over our guards. We’re unbeaten because we’ve been hitting over .500 offensively, and I don’t really think we’re that good there, either."  Highland s secret, as it has been the past two years, is discipline. A tenacious zone defense is in the right place at the right time, and offensively the Scots, less beefy if not shorter than most of their opponents, have penetrated extremely well for close-in shots.  “They got inside on us,” Buck observed. “It never should have happened, but they were getting inside our big men and taking advantage of it."  The Indians, of course, have relied on the running game. Held indicates they will continue to rely on it. In fact, he insists, “If we play our game the way we are capable of playing it, we will win possibly every game. If we don’t play as good as we are capable, we will lose. It’s as simple as that."  Well, not quite. “It’s hard to be up for every game, especially on Friday-Saturday weekends." Held added. "I  City/Area Players    O Week  really admire a team which can go through an entire season without losing, because somebody is doing an outstanding job of getting that team up for every game.”  That’s why Fuller fears Wes-Del’s mainstays, most of whom played on the 11-1 state Class A runnerup team. “That Greg Rhodes was their quarterback,” Fuller pointed out. "He plays guard, and he can shoot right over our defense.”  Held, meanwhile, faces another tall, talented team at Lafayette. “They have a big front line, and we'll  have to battle again,” he said.  At Madison Heights. Buck is hoping to get better efforts out of his big front line. “We haven’t been using our size the way we should,’’ he admitted.  Haworth has an even taller front line than MU, keyed around 6-9 Mark Embry. Anderson ran the Huskies silly two weeks ago, but Buck admits, “We’re not going to run anybody off the court like that. We don’t have that kind of speed, but we have more quickness than we’ve shown.”  Even Saturday’s opponent, Ben Davis, worries Buck somewhat despite a 1-3 record. “They have the same bunch back that was starting last year, and I can’t figure out why they aren’t winning," he insisted.  “At least.” he grinned, “they can’t say we’re peaking too early. But seriously, I expect us to get better. If these kids will get out there and work, we’ll come around.”  That’s bad news for other area teams. How many powerhouse teams from the city of Anderson can they take?  AHS Swimmers Break Records In Area Action  This Weeks Cage Schedule  HIGH SCHOOL Tonight  Anderson (4-0) at Lafayette (2-2)-x (W’HBU, 8 p.m.) Kokomo Haworth (1-3) at Madison Heights (4-l)-xx (WLHN, 8 p m )  Wes-Del (l l) at Highland (4-0)-xxx Alexandria (3-2) at Madison-Grant (2-l)-y Shenandoah (0-4) at Tri-High (4-0)  Elwood <0-2) at Lapel (2-1)  Tri-Central (0-3) at Frankton (2-2)(WBMP, 8 p.m.) Mount Vernon (0-4) at Pendleton Heights (l-3)-xxx (WEEM, 8 p.m.)  Yorktown (3-1) at Delta (1-4)  Daleville (2 3) at Muncie Burris (0-4)-yy  HOT SHOOTER — Highland High's Rick Lantz had the hot hand last Friday and Tuesday in leading the Scots to a 68-61 upset over Madison Heights and an 85-64 win over Yorktown. In the two games he was 21-of-35 from the field for a nice 60 per cent completion average The 6-4 junior forward scored 24 points against MH and 21 against Yorktown (including 15 in the first half) For his efforts, Lantz has been named The Herald City Player of the Week.  20-POINT AVERAGE—Daleville's Gary Nale raised his points-per-game average to 20 after last Friday and Saturday nights with a 29-point showing in a win over Monroe Central and a 22-point performance in a losing cause against Eastern Hancock. He was l2-of-18 from the field and 5-of-7 on free throws against MC. He leads the Broncos in scoring after their first five games His efforts have earned him The Herald Area Player of the Week honors.  County Cage Statistics Set  COl'NTY STANDINGS  WHITE RIVER CONFERENCE  at  Saturday  Highland  (4-0) (AHS Wigwam,  NEW CARS DEMONSTRATORS  19 CHEVROLETS  Fuller, Poore, Hale and decisions from Davis, and Green. Peavler and Herring won by forfeit.  Highland will be at a Greenfield Central triple dual meet with GC, Madison Heights and Pendleton Heights Saturday while Tuesday Shenandoah will go to Lapel.  Shenandoah 48, Hamilton Southeastern 18  98—Herring (Si won by forfeit 105- Reno (S> pinned Sell (HSE) I 32 112—Davis (S) dec Bowen (HSE) 4-2 119—Shelton (S) pinned Cravens (HSE) 5 23 126—Hilton (HSE) pinned Vetor (Si 3 53  132—Borg (HSEi dec Sexton (S) 4 3 138—Bor st (HSE) pinned Fredenburg (S) 5:03  145— Fuller (S) pinned Zeller (HSE)  2 27  155—Poore (S) pinned Bowen (HSE)  167—Hale (S) pinned Gable (HSE)  3 15  177—McLean (HSE) dec Baker (S) 114  185—Green (S) dec Fulton (HSE) 5-0 Hvy—Peavler (S) won by forfeit Highland 84, Frankton 3 DB—Gillis (H) pinned Haney (F) 3 26 105—Welshed won by forfeit 112—Haney (F) dec Richhart (H) 4 2 119—Webber <H) dec Kelly (F) 6 2 126—Brown (H) pinned Knotts (F) 2:43  132—Masters (H) pinned Hiatt (F) 3 22  138—Surface (H) pinned Marsh (F) 2 48  145—Wiley (H) dec Roberts (F) ll 3 155—Corzine (H) dec Couch (F) 7 6. 167—Lehman (H) pinned Upchurch <F) I OS  177—Warfel (H) pinned Hudson (F)  I 33  185—Weston (H) pinned Hulett (F)  I 23  Hvy —Copeland (H) won*by forfeit.  Anderson (4-0)  WLHN, 8 p.m.)  Ben Davis (1-3) at Madison Heights (4-l)(WHBU, 8 pm.)  Elwood (0-2) at Kokomo Haworth (1-3)(WBMP, 8 p.m.)  Frankton (2-2) at Sheridan (0-3)  Muncie South (2-2) at Pendleton Heights (1-3)(WEEM, 8 p.m.)  Madison-Grant (2-1) at Wes Del (l l)  Mount Vernon (0-4) at Knightstown (4-1)  Lapel (2-1) at Muncie Burris (0-4)  COLLEGE  Saturday  Anderson (1-6) at Bluffton yyy x—North Central Conference xx—Olympic Conference xxx—White River Conference y_Central Indiana Conference yy—Mid-Eastern Conference yyy__Hoosier-Buckeye Conference  MH Gymnasts Lose To PM  Madison Heights dropped its boys’ gymnastics team record to 1-1 Thursday night in a loss to a tough Perry Meridian team 113.63-85.05.  Meridian won all but one of the events, the horizontal bar competition, won by Lysle Saubert in a tie with Meridian’s Resner at 3.4.  Overall John Hagerman of the Pirates came in second with a 4.0 average.  He finished second in the parallel bars, third in horizontal bars, fourth in vaulting and fifth in trampoline.  Meridian’s Scott won the overall and had wins in vaulting, free exercise, and parallel bars.  Perry Meridian 113.63, Madison Heights  85.05  Vaulting—I Scott (PM), 2 McBeth (PM); 3 Ellison (PM), 4 Hagerman (MH); 5 Saubert (MH), 6 Hesson (PM) 7 15 Free Exercise-1. Scott (PM); 2 Patterson (PM); 3 Wilson (MH); 4 Ellison (PM); 5 Bronennberg (MH); 6 KlalJe (PM) 7.1 Side Horse—I Brickley (PM); 2.  Glesing (PM); 3 Massengale (PM); 4 Scott (PM); 5 Saubert (MH); 6 Vogel (MH) 595 Horizontal Bars—I Saubert (MH) and Resner (PM); 2 3 Hagerman (MH); 4 Morialty (PM), 5 Scott (PM), 6. Lander (PM). 3.4.  Trampoline—I Glaneman (PM); 2 McNeil (PM). 3 Burton (MH); 4 Dannermiller (PM); 5 Hagerman (MH); 6 Barton (MH) 7.5.  Parallel Bars-1 Scott (PM); 2 Hagerman (MH); 3 Pannell (PM); 4 Saubert (MH); 5 Robinette (MH); 6 Alfrey (MH) 4 85 Still Rings—I Johannes (PM); 2 Miles (PM); 3. Scott (PM), 4 Saubert (MH); 5 Plummer (MH); 6 Mullis (PM) 6 05 All around—I Scott (PM); 2.  Hagerman (MH) 4 93         H    L Pct TP OP      Anderson    4    0 I OOO 331 260      Highland    4    0 I OOO 283 208      Madison Hts .    4    I 800 357 277      Lapel........    2    I 667 205 197      Alexandria    3    2 600 326 324      Frankton    2    2 .VOO 242 268      Pendleton Hts. .    I    3 .250 220 249      Elwood    0    2 OOO 101 130      NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE              All              NCC Games              WL WL      Richmond        10 4 0      Anderson        IO 4 0      Kokomo        IO 3 0      Logansport        ...IO 30      Marion        OI 3 1      Muncie Central        .....OI 2 1      New Castle        OI 3 2      Lafayette .        ......0 I 2 2      OLYMPIC CONFERENCE              All              OC Games              HL HL      Carmel        IO 3 0      Huntington        OO 3 0      Madison HLS        OO 4 1      Muncie North        OO 2 1      Muncie South        OO 2 2      Kokomo Haworth        OI 13      (Note Carmel*    games count in      Olympic Conference    standings only if      Carmel and Madison Heights play each      other in the Carmel Tourney I      CENTRAL INDIANA CONFERENCE              All              TIC Games              HL HL      Blackford        2 0 3 0      Alexandria        IO 3 2      Tipton        OO 2 1      Elwood        OO 0 2      Madison Grant        OI 2 1      Peru.............        *.....0 I I 2      Wabash        OI 0 4     Ail  Highland  Lapel ......  Wes Del. Yorktown Pendleton Hts Frankton Shenandoah Mount Vernon  WRC Games WL WL  MID EASTERN CONFERENCE  All  MFC Games WL WL  Wapahaiu...........2  Cowan ...................I  Daleville ...........2  Monroe Central............I  Blue River    . I  Union.....................I  Randolph Southern .    0  Muncie Burns    0  Anderson High School’s boys swimming team upped its record to 5-0 and set three new school records in the process of whipping Shelbyville 118-44 Thursday evening at the AHS pool.  In other area action Pendleton Heights lost to Greenfield Central 101-70 and Hagerstown beat Yorktown 91-80.  Indian Scott Craig was involved in all three of the new school records. He went a 1:49.2 in the 200-yard freestyle and a 50.1 in the 100-yard free, and anchored the 400-yard free relay to a record 3:29.3 clocking.  The Indians won every event and a host of seconds, thirds and fourths.  Marion Tops AHS Girls  MARION — The Marion Giants handed Anderson High School its second loss in three starts here Thursday night in girls basketball, 63-52.  Anderson’s Becky Paned salvaged high point honors for the Indians with 19 points. Teammates Debbie Adams and Cheryl Groff also were in double figures with IO each.  Marion was led by T. Woodard and K. Drook, each scoring 16 points.  Anderson hosts Highland Wednesday.  ANDERSON (52)  Pancol 19. Adam* IO, Groff IO. Lowe 6, Wilson 3. Strunk 2, Patton 2 MARION (43)  Woodard 16, Drook 16. Courtney 8, Ladwig 8, Bowlds 0. Percy 9. Pettiford 4. Greiner 2.  Greenfield Central's swimmers won all but one of the events against Pendleton, now 2-1 on the season. Warrum won the 50-yard free for Pendleton. Jay Clift won the 200 free and the 500 free for GC, and Taylor won the 200 IM and IOO backstroke for them.  The Yorktown-Hagers town meet was close all the way, however. Hagerstown’s Tuttle won the 50 and IOO free events and Leiter won the diving and 200 IM. Yorktown is now 3-2 while Hagerstown is 3-0.  Greenfield Central Iii, Pendleton Height* 76  200-yard Medley Relay —I OC (Bloodgood. Gossett, Butler, French); 2 PH; 3 CC I 55 2 200-yard Freestyle—I Clift (CC). 2 Glass (PH); 3 H. dley (PH). 4 Gossett (OC); 5 J Sylvester (PH) I 58 8 200 yard Individual Medley—I. Taylor (GO; 2 McNichols (CC); 3 Hadley (PH). 4. Gossett (GC); 5 J Sylvester (PH) 2 18 4 50 yard Freestyle—I Warrum (PH). 2 Butcher thcer (CC), 3 French (GC). 4 B Sylvester (PH). 5 Torrence (PH) 243  Diving--I Craig (GC). 2 Prange (GC); 3 Poole (GC); 4 Dresser (GC) 183 40  100-yard Butterfly-I Butler (GO; 2 Warrum (PH). 3 Gossett (GC). 4 Bull (OC). 5 Sadler (PH) I 00 8 100-yard Freestyle-! McNichols (OC). 2 B Sylvester (PH); 3 French (CC); 4 Torrence (PH). 5 VMobilizer (OC) 57 6 500-yard Freestyle- I Clift (GC). 2 Reske (PH); 3 Dresser (GC); 4 Glass (PH). 5 Cunningham (PH 1  5 30.5 100-yard Backstroke I Taylor (OC); 2 Hadley (PH). 3 Bloodgood (CC). 4 Taylor (PH). S Alford (PH) I 03 6 IOO yard Breaststroke! Ammundson (GC). 2 Craig (PH) (PH); 3 Bertock (GC); 4 J Sylvester (PH) . 5 Kilgore (PH) I 13 4 400-yard Freestyle Relay—I GC; 2. PH. 3 PH 3 49 3.  Anderson 118, Shelbyville 44  200-yard Medley Relay —I A (Montgomery. Vincent, Laughlin, Elpersl; 2 A I 48 8  Sports Scores  BASKETBALL nth Grade  Middletown 53, Daleville 38 7th Grade Middletown 35, Daleville 22  200-yard Freestyle— 1. Craig (A); 2 Schafer (A), 3 Gahimer (A) 4 Parke' (Si 5 Soller (Si I 49 2 (school record).  200-vard Individual Medley—I Carter (A). 2 Smith (A), 3 Derringer (S). 4 Hunter (A). 5 McCabe <S) 2 13 2 50-yard Freestyle—I. Laughlin (A). 2 Elpers (A); 3 Sauer (A); 4 Reed (Si;  5 Robison (S) 23 6 Diving—I Orbik (A); 2 Toll (S); 3 S Dietrich (A). 4 Oeffmger (Si; 5 Carpenter (A). 193.4.  100-ysrd Butterfly—I Smith (A); 2 Williams (S). 3 Hunter (A); 4 V. Dietrich (A). 5 Lockridge (Si 58 4.  100-yard Freestyle—I Craig (A); 2 Gahimer (A); 3 Vincent (A); 4 Robison (S). 5 Lux (S) 50 1 (school record)  SOO-yard Freestyle—I Schafer (A), 2 Carter (A). 3 Montgomery (A); 4 Oeffinger (Si, 5 Bass (Si 5 09 8 IOO yard Backstroke-! Elders (A);  2 Jones (S>; 3. Sauer (A); 4 Locknidge (S); 5 Montgomery (A) I 00 9  100-yard Breaststroke—I Vincent (A). 2 Oeffinger (Si; 3 Conrad (Al; 4 H(Penfield (Si; 5 Walker (Si I 09 8 400 yard Freestyle Relay —I A (Craig. Carter. Gamier. Schaferi; 2 A  3 29 3 (school record)  Hagerstown ti, Yorktown sa: ar. High—Yorktown NI, Hagerstown 72  200-yard Medley Relay -I H (Bennett. Tuttle. Culy. Adams), 2 Y; 3 H I 59 I  200-yard Freestyle—I Church (Y). 2 Sharp (H). 3 Aysce <Y> 4 McIntyre (Hi. 5. Upchurch (H> 2 10 0 200 yard Individual Medley—I Leiter (H), 2. Pugsley <Y*; 3 Brown (Y>; 4 Petro (H); 5 Davis (Y) 2 31 9 50-yard Freestyle—I Tuttle (Hi. 2 S Brown (Y); 3 Stringfield (Y>. 4 Adams (Hi; 5. Copley (Y) 24 0 Diving—I. loiter (H); 2 Wilson (Yt. 3. Matthers (H). 4 Huff (H). 155 48 IOO-yard Butterfly—I. Clevenger (Y>. 2 Petro (Hi; 3 Lvnn (Y). 4 D Brown (Y); 5. Upchurch (Hi 109 3 IOO-yard Freestyle I Tuttle (Hi 2 Aysce <Vs; 3 Culy (H). 4 Copley (Yi 5. Stringfield (Y> 53 4 500 yard Freestyle—I Davis (YI. I McIntyre iH), 3 Church (Y), 4 .sharp  1 H). 5 Keller <Yl 6 00.4  IOO yard Backstroke -I Pugsly <Y>,  2 Upchurch (Hi; 3 Leiter (Hi. 4 Bennett <H). 5 Campbell (Y> I OD I  IOO yard Breaststroke I Culy (Hi; 2 Leiter <H); 3 Bourn (YI; 4 S Brown (Y). 4 Hudson (Hi; 5 Bourn <Y). (YI 1:14 4  400-yard Freestyle Relay I Y (Aysce, Copley. Church. Stringfield) 2 Ii. 3 ll I OI 2  ANNOUNCING -Tilt* Crand Opening Of Park Tudor Antique* Gift*. Refreshment* And Prize* — Fri.. Dee. 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