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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - January 04, 1978, Cincinnati, Ohio4 suburban life wednesday january 4, 1978 braves b Bali Eatn slow Start leads to 5-0 record by Gloria Walker Indian Hill boosters the Indi an Hill vanity boys basketball team got off to a plow Start this year losing its first 3 games coach Dale Mckibben said the braves Quot were suffering from an unusually Early starting Date for the first game several key player were nursing injuries or illness and. They had to play three of the better teams in the City. This Tough Start has served the Breves Well in preparing for their Ehl Battles however they have steadily gained momentum and. Are leading the Ehl with a 5-0 record. Two Tough remain in the first round of league action. The braves travel to Madeira Quot today and then return Home for a game Friday with Glen Este. Scoring distribution has been close among seniors Brad Casper and Roger Jacobs and Sophomore Gary Frey tag. The important Job of controlling the boards has been ass u m e a Quot by f re y t a a Jacobs and senior1 Jay lushes. Special defense assignments Are usually Community savings association sound and serum since 1890earn 7u % a year in 4 year certificates other certificate rates / 7.50% 4 year 6.75% 2%year 6.50% 1 year interest penalty Reque red for Early withdrawal. Passbook 5.25% interest compounded Dally and paid from Day of Deposit to data of withdrawal. Fisic we at Community savings Are proud of the fact that we have never Isaad paying interest on our savings accounts since stir founding in 18901 Community savings association m0nt60mery i Gomery 891 3643 9468 Montgomery re. Sh.vert0n 7140 Montgomery re. 891 2490 other office Monroe Springboro handled by seniors Jacobs and Luches and Junior Mckibben. Seniora. John Dirvia Joto Bridge Sand Scott me and Frank Kin month and Junior win Scott have also contributed greatly to the teams Alec eat Jack. Matthew Don a Hearn and Dave have All worked hard on the scoot team. The 111 girls basketball team under the coaching this year of Dick Pfirman is doing Well in the Ehl with a 2-1 league record. The squaws Quot Only loss was to Milford in a heartbreaker 38-36. They beat Lov Elaft 38-33 and in their last game before the holidays and downed Mariemont 44-34. Sally Langemeier and Julie Gibbs were High scorers in the Mariemont Fame with 19 and. 12 Points loth girls have played consistently a Good Ball As have seniors Tam Cleveland and Kate Howe and juniors. Laura Atkinson Jean Schmalstig and Sandy Swanton the team made up mostly of Juiia ors with Only four seniors Belg aves it has a Good Chance at the Ehl title. Ehl hopefuls Indian Hill senior1 basketball players. Brad Casper 64�?� it from left Roger Jacobs 63 a and Jay a Nghos 64 Are hoping to. Win the Ehl title Tkv year and Are sporting a 5�0 record to bolster their Hopes. This years Ehl tee has been suspenseful so far filled with upsets and .1-Point games. Cosen Dale Mckibben reports. A a this is the most evenly matched league race in recent years and it looks As though it will go. Right Down to the final week of action to. Determine the Champion coach said he believes this year s in team is the most balanced team he has had since the 1974, team that was a Surprise finalist in the Oxford aaa District tournament. The in mat men Are led this year by seniors Marshall Stowe 1.1 and Kevin. Shrout. Both have 6 and. 1 records recording four pin each. Paul Bechtold leads the with 3-3 while Sophomore Todd Neal is also doing Well with a 3-3 record. The starters include 3 seniors 2 juniors 6 sophomores and 2 freshmen. According to coach Jim Greiner the underclassmen are1 improving rapidly w wrestling and Roun Dball in Junior High teams in High gear by Gloria Walker Indian Hills boosters. After three matches the Indian Hill Junior High madmen. Coached by Marc Tirey axe tattling into season of in creasing at Madeira Sycamore Indian Hill Mil iii Lilli Mihir i Hui ill i i wow�?ir�?�.n.arrw.,.mitaw-.i.iri.wrrnm-.i.tjnnm.nnii boys wrestling clubs gear up this month free stinger tickets each week in Csini was sifted. Barrett to carry in service final registry lion for three area wrestling clubs meeting at Madeira and Hill High schools and Sycamore Junior High is this month. These clubs Are sponsored by the greater Cincinnati Amateur wrestling Assoc. For boys Ages 3-1.4 who Art not members of school wrestling la Ante. The program begins Early this month and concludes in mid March with a of All eight clubs in. Greater Cincinnati. Participation fee is $5. The club meeting at Madeira High will accept registry to on s thursday Jan. 5, 6-8 . And saturday Jan. 7, 10-noon, and will continue this schedule., Call. Roland Bechtel 271 -3065, for information for Greiner 541 -4670, a a formation. The club meeting at Sycamore Junior High will a e c up t r e g i striations saturday Jan. 7, 9-11 -a.m. And will meet weekly at that time. Call Hal Norris 984-3733, for information. Save 272 0102 Home service convenient parking 17332 Laurel ave. Madeira the Indian Hill club will accept. Regist ration saturday Jan 14, 10-noon and will meet at that time each week. Call Jim. Wildcats at 8-1 w aggressive wrestling. Their i. It e x. P e r i e n c e d t e a m includes Only five Veteran wrestlers and seventh and eighth Grade novices. The team is led. By Greg Mcdaniel and Greg Lemkin both with 2 pins and Only 1 defeat. John Nichols has provided. In with a win and Elisha Davis won a. Contest on a disqualifying illegal hold to round out the in wins to Date. The team is looking Forward to the Fairfield tournament feb. 10 and Quot 11. Twenty one boys Are playing on the 7th Grade basketball team this year a under fhe Coa Daing of Russ Hatfiel d let the e sea son a Spe Aqif Fust before the holidays with in. Mini a close1 contest Quot to1 Glen Este 47-45. Playing a great game for in were High scorers Ken with 15 a Pointe Jeff Smith with 9 Points and Keith Kepley with 3 Points. Also playing Well were Jim Roberts Tom. Bluish and Erik Allaben with 6, 5 and 2 Pointe respectively. They Are scheduled to play 11 more1 games 5 at Home. The 8th Grade boys basketball team has lost Only its opener to Princeton. The team has won two official league against Deer Park and. Milford and one non league game against Madeira. Coach Jerry Neff As outstanding players up far Bill Carroll Quot Greg Degenaro Quot John Groen David handier and Terry Healey. The team has High Hopes of w inning t he 1 e a. G be championship this year. Under. The leadership of Mew wrestling coach. Cary Wright the Deer Park wildcats have gained an. 8-1. Record so far this year. Their last Victory was Over Madeira by a .44-34 score. Pictured Are medal winners first Row Kevin Wert with Jim Hyder Greg Corales and Tom Mckinney. Second Row coach Wright Bill. Clark Dave Heaton Roger Combs Daw Muster and Glenn Sexton. Team captains Are Cerdena and Hyder. Conies has an 8-0 record. Hyder a record is 7-1. Other senior wrestlers Are youths and Muster. Outstanding juniors Are Heaton 7-1 record Lark Quot and Sexton. Queen City gymnastics Center olympic style 6ymnastics gymnastics instruction for beginner through advanced gymnasts Ages 4 18 for information Call 793-9855 Winter classes 8 weak session Jan. 2 fab. 25 Call now for registration info nation Queen City gymnastics Center 11118 Deerfield re. 45242 Blue Ash Reading nudges Madeira by les Wilson. In the Only High school game during a festive Christmas Holiday w e e k e n a m. A d a i r a. S Mustangs staged a furious up s e t a. Tie m p t b e of r e bowing to the once beaten Reading Blue devils 77-75 at Home. The outcome Wasny to settled until the final seconds of play. Madeira Surprise the visiting a devils by grabbing a 17-12 lint period Lead and Rogers to play in luvs. Kenyon Scott Rogers former guard on Inman Hill High basketball team and twice named All City will play in the Kenyon College is. Xuy basketball game tomorrow evening. Rogers., 61, a was named to the All conference team while playing for Kenyon. Holding a 33-32 Edge at tial fiume. The Mustangs still. Had a nose out front when the last period started. 55-54, but the Sharp shooting of a Dave Ramsey and Jim. Wiley gave the Reading quintet the Edge. Pete Knapper sparked the Mustangs wry a 20 Point performance. Tom Gardner supplied 16 markers Quot with Jim Choi adding 10, Gregg nine and. Dana Gregg eight. Douguf Lorengel tacked on six Pic rub sell four Ai in Pete Rikako. Ramsey led. All scorers for Reading with 23 Points. Jim Wuch had. 19. Randy Davis son of former us great Ralph Davis came off the Bench to add a. Dozen Quot with Bill Jones notching 11 and Jeff Sand eight. 47� Start ornery 8d. �?o7?26>�o qom by 3 amp. Chuck Bacon a Scek plume sound Steak prime sirloin Steak Uso pome to Lowe kahns vp�50 loan 99. 99k 2.19 2.49� us l.8<9te a the. Cage games this week Friday Sycamore at Mariemont Madeira at Deer Park Glen Fiste at Indian Hill Withrow at Woodward Moeller at elder tuesday Sycamore at Moeller 7108 Blue Ash ave. Silverton Public notice Public notice an open letter to the motoring Public a look great for 78 if come to h. David hair designers Extraordinaire and see for yourself what a new hair design can do. For you. What our clients Are saying h. David s is a warm comfortable place the designers work with you to find the Best style for you a Angie Zimmerman traffic mgr. Wube radio a unique experience i Felt Tokatly confident i was going to get the right Cut amp style 1 wanted. A the compliments i retrieved from my friends said it Alt. Raymond Johnson Mala fashion modal what can i say my hair will look great in 78. B. Wolf owner Gullet cars Bookstore Liati Cortnie Corner of Kenwood amp Montgomery Quot we love our work and it shows Quot manicures amp pedicures available Call for an appointment 793-6054 freshman a Qaqi we have made some changes and improvements to better serve you in your motoring needs. Among these is extending our hours until Midnight monday thru Friday enlarging our discount rental Fleet and concentrating on Quality repairs. We now invite you in to see one of our assistant service managers Bill Miller or Nate Willis then Grade our new service department members of the 1977-78 Deer Park freshman basketball team coached by Mike Morgan include from left lop Row Todd route Kahofer Chris Hines and Tim Williams Middle Row Scott Bowling Bill Sweet Steve Smith and Matt Bachman front Row Scott Payne Robbie Erp Bob traurig Mark Vetorino and Ontek Van Lull. A z o h thank you Bob Williams Bob Williams Ford 891-7454 a a Cross county at Montgomery Road 9260 Montgomery re. Public notice furniture re upholstered fast delivery guaranteed a to your deadline discounted t. Enjoy our Winter 10%-off a is consult our Interior designers it Mem from <4 a t i Fri �1 f 1 1-Lew into an Ira re them amp rom amp a West Norwood Soiu fhe a loan i7 o<0miu6me. 351-0415

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