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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - June 20, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioJournal a tuesday june 20, a 3 from your blues 5� Summit Todd Braun Robbie Brown and Doug Shebesta combined to pitch the Victory. 44 Tommy Pul in hit a three r m triple. A Midland pirates 10, Sibcy 0 Midland timely hitting by Highlands or and Schroyer 38 ulmers oilers 14 friendly6. Ulmers Home runs toy Bradke not t r o Brien and Scott Dickerson Barq s 17, Crest cougars of Barq s two hits each by Kevin Braun and rot otoy Swausch ulmers oilers 19, . Randolph 4, ulmers Home run toy Jon Riti Voris Vikings 24 Friendly s 1 Voris Jeff Detzel two doubles and two singles while brother Jay hit a double and a Homer Mcnicholas player Coyne joins Hall in ranks class 01 Cinti savings. Arbs 1, Farr pitched a two hitter striking out a twelve. . Heritage Lih <6, Post 318 reds 7, heritage Bear Matthews had three my Sash 17, Post 3 8 dynamos 1 no Sash six rib s for a la22010 convenient 17, Nuckols amp Assoc. I. Tigers 21, statewide h amp c 7�?T class c l american Post 318 billets 6, Blue eagles 5 318 hitters were Ackley 3junes 12stineman 2lent Rorabeck Hausener and Green Tri state Gumc 7, Midland t igers 1. Bachman bears 9, Post 318 rams 5 Bachman excellent hitting amp Fielding by Mark wis Afnan class c l american Midland tigers 11, Village Auto sales 3, Tri state Gumc 11, White 10. Lucke 8 Strassel 13, White 8. District 5 Knothole news Thomas funeral Home 18, Post 318 Sants f Nomas hitters were Dev any Homer and three doubles Jenike a Homer and lower single and a double h 8. S clinic 18. Wacky sports 11 h amp s Tommy dryer hit a single a triple and a Home run Lucke 8, Strassel 27, . Post 484 8, Lucke Mike Kriss had three hits including two homers class 01 National 484 blues 4, Crest cougars 1 Summit streakers 6, 484 class b 2 phantoms 3, Post 318 red so i Steve King and Mike Loesch had triples Midland cards 6, . All stars 2, Midland winning Pitcher was John Feldman while Joe mischief led the attack with 3 for 3. Midland cards 7, Dayton electric 4 Midland David Lang had 2 Tor 2 Dayton Kerry Byrne had a double. Midland cards 8, Post 318 reds 2 .. Phillippi phantoms 13, Midland tigers a Phillippi Mike Loesch Tom Groff and St off recreation commies on Casey were the hitting leaders. Midland cards 26, Post 318 red sox 7 cards John Mederer 2 for 2, and Joe mischief 2 for 2 were the hitting leaders class b-1 Midland cubs 2, Ohio blueprint 1 cubs Lee pitched a six hitter so. Ohio Bank 4, Post 484 3 so. Ohio a Rob Balush hit a Homer and a double 484 Greg Upton went 2 for 2. Post 484 5, no Sash 4 484 John Burton went 2 for 2, 3 rib s and drove in the winning run in the sixth inning. % Post 484 6, specified finishing 5 484 Greg Scott pitched the win and drove in the winning run. Convenient 7, Post 318 4 convenient Johnson had two doubles Good for 3 rib s. Doug Glass 13, no Sash 1. Com piled by Ron Pfeffer standings include All games reported thru sunday june 2th senior Center fielder Mike Coyne has become the second Mcnicholas High school baseball player this season to sign a contract. Coyne was the fourth round draft Choice of the american leagues Toronto Blue jays. His signing followed that of Mcnicholas Pitcher Kenny Hall a sixth round selection of the san Francisco giants. Coyne led the rockets in eight offensive categories. In 26 games he batted .397 with 35 hits 24 runs batted in 13 stolen bases and five Home runs. Both Coyne and Hall were named to the class a a All City team. Coyne was also an All City football player Coyne had received a scholarship to Miami University but he was scheduled to report monday to the Blue jays Rookie league dub in Utica . A a it a really unusual for one High school to have two Guys go this Early in the draft a said Steve Jostworth who coached Mcnicholas to an 18-8 record this year his first season with the rockets. Cd amp Worth said the last Mcnicholas player to be drafted Early was third basemen Pat Tabler a 1975 graduate who was the Choice of the new York Yankees. Tabler is now playing class a Ball. Class a-2 Post 318 convenient 3-0, Ohio Blue print 5-1, Midland scouts 3-1, eagles 2-1, Fishel cons t. 1-2, Midland cards 1-3, ,-Crest comm 1-4, convenient cougars 0-4. Class Al Arrow constructors 4-0, Anderson merchants 2-0, 484 warriors 2 2, Courtesy Chev. 2-2, .-Burger chef 11, Midland rams 12, Newtown nearly new shop 13, 318 cubs 0 3. Benkert wins award sets women s Tennis the Cincinnati recreation commission is organizing a working women a Tennis league to play tuesday evenings at the Airport Layfield. All women 19 years of age or older who work 40 hours a week Are eligible. This league will consist of women s doubles. All watches will begin at 8 . Beginning tuesday june 27. Entry fee per team is $20.00, and today is the deadline for entry. Questions concerning this program May be directed to James house1, 352-4023. Thomas j Benkert son of or. And mrs Robert g. Benkert of Cincinnati has received the department of economics award from Xavier University the Cash award is offered by the department of economics to the student who has demonstrated excellence in the study of economic theory. Or. And mrs. Robert g. Benkert reside at 1708 Collinsdale ave. Xavier University is a coeducational Liberal arts Jesuit University founded in 183l, with 6500 students i Cincinnati Ohio. G Coupon savings g i 3 free donuts when you buy a dozen g <0 this Coupon it Ems in Cohuk Ottow wih any Otma it 11��x Cut a Coupon Good g Jung 21, 1978 a thru june 25, 1978 a 0 i Coupon per customer of 1 Dunkin i 1 donuts g its Worth the trip. G Good Only at 8000 Beechmont ave. ? o o 484 cards 15, Hunkar lab 7 484 Kenny Horn sch Meier pitched and had three extra base hits. 318 rockets 16, by bats 9 318 Gordon Summers was 4 for 4, Midland cubs 26, Carter cons t 0 Midland 3 hits each by Ken Dice and Joe King. Ohio blueprint 28, Carter cons t 8. Recreation commission seeks Pool donations class c-2 Nuckols 8. Assoc. 4, contemporary plastics 1 Nuckols John Hurley and Joe Sauter pitched the win. Plants inc. 6, con sol a dated services 3 Post 318 cards 8, Hague homers 4 318 Charlie Dmochowski pitched the win. Recreation commission Wayne Bain supervisor of districts 222 e. Central Parkway Cincinnati Ohio 45202. Class c-2. Nuckols 8 0, Post 4842-1, Camargo Cadillac 4 1, Joe Schott 6 2, Dick Burns 5-2, contemporary Plas. 4-3, 318 tigers 4-3, 318 cards 3-3, Hague homers 3-5, .-Brink amp it Schmidt 3-5, Midland raiders 2 6, plants inc. 2-7, astros 1-6, .-Consol Ida Ted ser. 0-8. C l National convenient 6, 3.18 dynamos 4 convenient Pari Traganos struck out 12 batters. Cline cardinals 7, statewide hug. 2 Cline Bart Laube hit a Homer to Lead the attack. Cline cards 12, Nuckols amp Assoc. 5. So. Ohio Bank. 7, Graff to 6 so. Ohio hitters were Eric sea ver Brian Seifert John Edwards and Mike Streibig. Convenient 10, tigers 9 convenient will Turner and Bryan Thurston led the attack. Dynamos 13, Nuckols 8. Assoc. 5. Class c-2 Dick Burns ins. 5, Hague homers 0 Dick Burns Troy Blackburn pitched the shutout. Dick Burns ins. 5, red astros 1 Dick Burns Matt o Rourke had three hits. Post 318 t igers 5, Post 318 cards 3 Post 318 championship won by the tigers. Post 318 tigers 5, Midland raiders 3 318 hitters Wehe Mike 8. Mark Browning Greg Feldman and Kevin Daley. Hague homers 6, Brink 8, Schmidt 5 Hague Doug Williams went 3 for 4. Midland raiders 7, consolidated services 3 Midland Pete Arnold 2 hits led the attack Nuckols 8. Assoc. 9, Camargo Cadillac 0 Nuckols Joe Sauter pitched a one hitter. Post 484 10, Post 318 cards. 0 484 Tom Korona and Tim Russell pitched a two hitter. Camargo Cadillac 10, Midland raiders 3 Camargo Bolger had three hits and tour rib s. Dick Burns ins. 12, consolidated services 4 Dick Burns Matt o Rourke and Michael Tobin were the big hitters. Class c-1 american Tri state Gumc 8 0, Lucke 8, Strassel 7-0, .-stengers cafe 5-1, tigers 4-3, 318 bullets 4 3. Blue eagles 3-4, .- Bachman bears 1-4, Village Auto sales 1-5, Post 358 rams 16, .-. White 0-8. A july 3 deadline has been set for registration in the fall boys soccer league according to Chuck Langford director of player assignment for the Southeast Cincinnati soccer association. . Teams Are now being formed and with some 2,500 boys age 6 and older expected to play in the . The registration deadline will be enforced Langford said. Registration forms Are available at action sporting goods in it. Washington and at Brendan our a sporting goods in the mall. The forms should be mailed to ., . Box 30273, Cincinnati 45230. If there Are no forms available boys May Register by sending name address zip code Telephone number school and Grade to be attended this fall and Date of birth. Registrations should also state whether the boy resides within the Cincinnati City limits and whether either or both parents pay City of . The . Is also seeking individuals who would like to coach or sponsor a soccer team. Even those who Lack knowledge of the game May coach an . Spokesman said because coaching techniques and rules will be explained. Additional information on coaching May be obtained by sending a note to the above address. Summit estates softball at mid season the Summit estates civic Assn. Softball program for girls Between the Ages of 9 and 12 is fast approaching mid season despite the Many rain outs. There Are Over 150 girls participating this year in the nine team league which is also being sponsored by dwellings unlimited inc. This year the league has changed its format and now has two divisions with the Winner of each division meeting for the championship in july 15. Coaches for the league with their respective records As of june 10, Are National division Jack cover 6-0frank Osborne 4-1fred Johnson 3-3connie Sikkema 3-4and Nancy Demyan 0-6. American division Bill Mcdonald 4-1gary Sprenkle 3-3fred Brunner 2-2and Paul Buchman 0-5. Event set the Owca women of Appalachia will meet at the northeastern Branch in Norwood on wednesday june 21 at 1 . Women of appalachian heritage or women interested in appalachian heritage Are Welcome. Class c-1 american Tri state Gumc 4, . White3. 318 Buttes 12, Village Auto sales 3 318-Jeff Kauscher had a three run triple. Midland tigers 13, . White 2. Lucke 8, Strassel 15, Post 358 rams 1. Tri state Gumc 20, Blue eagles 5. Haro a tha lira that Varnad tha highest rating in tha car and Driver Quot class d-2 Lucke 8, Strassel 6 0, Mench realtors 6-1, .-heritage 6-1, Thomas funeral Home 6-1, .-Sieber 5-1, Joe Schott Chev. 5-2, Cinti. Saving 3-3, Newtown eagles 3-4, Maddux raiders 2-4, .-Arbys 2-4, h amp s service 2-6, 318 reds 1-5, 318 blues 1-5, .-Post 484 0-5, Wacky sports 0-6. Grote from a car Ano or very report class d-2 Newtown eagles 6, a toy s aces 5 Newtown Jeff Shende had two hits including a Homer. $9 per Day 9c mile class do National 318 reds 9, h amp s service Voris Vikings 7 0, ulmers clinic 4 318 Darren Corts oilers 5-2, Barq s bottling Ang Schott Schultz com 5-2, Summit streaks 4-2, 484 bind to pitch the win. Blues 3-3, . Randolph 1 Mench realtors 9, Thomas 1, Midland 2-4, Crest funeral Home 6 Mench cougars 1-5, Friendly s 1-5, Bob Cramer hit a two run Sibcy realtors 1-6. Homer. Joe Schott Chev. 16, h 8, s class do american service5. Plas 6 0, Wicks warriors 5-2, Summit braves 5-2, 318 blues 5-2, Summit meates 3-3, 318 reds 2-4, Newtown 15, bears 0-4, Post 484 reds 0-5. Sala priced As Low As. 7636 Beechmont 231 7236 next of Beechmont mall class do National Summit streaks 6, Crest cougars 4 Summit Rabbit Brown pitched the win. Ulmers oilers 14, 484 blues 2 ulmers Home run by John Diana and Dale Schaefer had a Good game. Friendly s 15, Barq s bottling 14 Friendly s won their first game of the season. Robert Kamphaus hit a double and Chris Thome struck out five in two innings. Voris Vikings 16, Sibcy 0 Voris homers by Jim Voris and Trent Rorabeck. Class c-1 National so. Ohio Bank 7, Cline cards 0 so. Ohio Brian Seifert pitched a two hitter. We anticipate paying 8.328% Yulson 8.005 on 8 year certificates $1,000 minimum class a-2 Midland cards 5, .-Crest communities 1 Midland Bell 8. Marir struck out 17 batters. Ohio blueprint 9, Midland cards 0 Ohio de Feldman and Mark Korona pitched a one hitter. Post 318 convenient 11, .-Crest comm. 1. . Crest comm. 11, convenient cougars 2.-Greg Tully had three hits and scored four runs. Midland eagles 13, .-Crest co Midland eagles 13, convenient cougars 3 Midland Jay Rosenfeldt for 5 for 5 with five r by s. Fishel co. 19, .-Crest comm. 8. Ohio blueprint 39, convenient cougars 0 Ohio Kevin Bullony and Greg osterholz led the attack class a-1 Courtesy Chev. 3, Post 484 warriors i. Arrow constructors 6, Newtown nearly new shop 0 Arrow Tim Gormly pitched a no hitter striking out ten. Post 484 warriors 11, Midland rams 6 484-John Koehlinger and Wayne Kelley had two hits each. In order to Settle the estate of the late Nellie Neu we will sell at Public auction the following merchandise in it. Washington Ohio. Take Corby Road off Beechmont ave. Or 125 2 blocks to Sale watch for signs. Saturday june 24,1978 starting at 11 00 . Antiques. Household miscellaneous curved Glass China Cabinet in excellent condition Cherry Secretary s desk Oak 5 drawer Chest a Bevelled Mirror 3 pc. Oak bedroom suite a Wishbone Dresser amp washstand child s wooden coaster Wagon Stone jars 8. Crocks Oval picture Wall Mirror Glass end table spindle Back chairs Marble slab old brass edged Carpenter tools unusual eyeglasses Button Type baby shoes Cabinet radio drop Leaf table Kitchen Cabinet baskets pictures amp frames floor lamp 7 pc. Dining room suite hotpoint elec. Range hotpoint refrigerator Maytag Auto Washer hotpoint 6 cd. It Freezer Complete picnic Basket set elec. Sweepers bedroom suite Dinette set Ria to desk chairs end tables Magazine rack table lamps one drawer stand deep Fryer Coffee pots ski hets toaster luncheon set of dishes set of Good dishes elec. Roaster elec. Skillet Popcorn Popper spice rack hot plate Canning jars vases bedclothes Freezer containers books typewriter to trays Flower pots sewing machine clothes Luggage jewelry pots amp pans grocery goods Lawn chairs 3 tier Utility stand fishing tackle cooler trouble Light Crow barn ammo boxes hedge trimmers. Saws w elec. Drill Brace 8. Bits Farrier fools brass transit step ladders elec. Motors vice shovels rakes etc., Lawn seeder garbage can Hose Caddy sausage grinder and Many other items Tom numerous to mention. Terms Cash. Koewler amp Koetter clerks. Noh responsible for accidents. Refreshments served. Nellie Neu estate Josie Fryman executrix effective on 6 year certificates $5,000 minimum do american Summit braves 12, Wicks effective 7.79% yield on 7.50% on 4 year certificates $5,000 minimum effective. 6.98%yield on 6.75% on 30 month certificates $1,000 minimum. Effective 6.71 % yield on 6. 50% on 1 year certificates $1,000 minimum 5.39% yield on 5.25% passbook accounts substantial interest penalty is required for Early with withdrawal of certificate. Newtown 19, Post 484 13. 318 blues 19, 318 reds 15 318-homers by Bill Lebhart and Brian Harrington. Wicks warriors 25, Midland bears 0. Delayed class a-2 Ohio blueprint 3, Midland scouts 2 Ohio Steve Brokamp winning Pitcher with help from Mark Korona. Post 318 convenient 6, Midland cards 5. Class Al we specialize in front end alignment brakes and shocks Cal Chi Totti for insurance Call i igers 7, Courtesy Chev 2 tigers Jerry Wolf struck out 13 batters. Akin Wolf Datin had rib s. Arrow constructors 7, Midland rams 6 Arrow Frank Hilvert Drew Gates and Mike Thomas delivered the key hits for rib s. Courtesy Chev. 8, Newtown nearly new shop 01 Courtesy John Doyle pitched a one hitter. Post 484 warriors 12, . Burger chef 0 484 Jim Caruso 8< Wayne Kelly pitched a two hitter. Doug Marzetti had three hits. Newtown nearly new shop 22, Post 318 4 Nev own Bill Humphrey if triple double and two singles. 2042 by a chm ont av�.�?�32-3320 Sou cola rain a v��?358-4010 s301 Hwy. 42, Floranco ky.�?-2s3-12s0 9461 Kan Wood rd.�?793-0862 i 10260 Reading rd.�?554-1750 Winton a North band rd��?542-7s50 705 e. Second st�?241-1358 direct deposits of your social Security checks. We specialize in Home financing class b-2 Midland ids 5. Midland tigers 2 cards winning Pitcher was David Lang in Relief. .-Philiippi phantoms 6, .-Dayton electric 2 phantoms Dan Machenheimer had a single and a triple with three rib s. 318 reds 21, .-ah stars 1 reds Butch Doughman and Mike Venneman each went 3 for Wayne Haupert 8439 Beechmont ave at Pamela or 231-4100 prompt appraisal Quick commitments minimum loan to qualified buyers it. Washington savings a loan co sales conducted by. Col. Duane Campbell col. Gib Slack col. David Campbell y col. Ray Campbell Georgetown amp Ripley Obio 378 6171 amp 392-4308 87 years of continuous service is Seq no a Widen like a Good neighbor state farm is there. 2110 Beechmon Avenue Cincinnati Ohio 45230 231-7871 state Faim instance companies Haw offices Bloomington. Ham

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