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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - July 12, 1978, Cincinnati, Ohio4 suburban Ufeu wed Erduy july 12,1978 heat Wyoming and Delhi Montgomery swimmers on a 37-meet winning Streak Montgomery swim amp Tennis club has won its last 37 dual meets in the private Pool swim league Pusl Over the last 6 years. Under the capable leadership of John Maier and Fritz Shadley assisted by Liz Sedam and Tim Mcmahon Montgomery swim and diving team won its first two meets of the 1978 season. Final score against Wyoming was 321 to 239, and against Delhi 401 to 239. The divers won 48 to 20 against Delhi. Winner in the Delhi meet include Divino boy 10 amp under. Mike de Meyer let Tony Ursillo 2nd a flirts 10 amp under Denise Villars 1st Shannon senior. 3rd Hoys 11 amp 12 Brent Spelder. 1st Brian Forrester. 2nd a Iris 11 amp 12 Amy Henrichs. 2nd Deanna Smith 3rd girls 13 amp 14, Allison Hohn 1st Barrie Weitael 2nd boys is a 17, Lack Phipps 1st Clem Saalfeld ird girls 15 amp 17, Kim Kagler 1st Hunda Keller. 2nd. V a 10 boy med. Rly.-. 1st, Kevin Law Bobby Ursillo Danny Zum Biet Mark Pavlech 1 s 10 girl med. Ray 1st, Stephanie Wildey Susie Erickson. Chris Shipley Rana Grimmer 11-12 ban med. Cdr lit , Anderson Chuck Madden. Bobby Bobbitt John Balanda a 13 a 14 girl med. Rely. 1st, Kris Kagler Julie Kessinger Kim shilling. Dee Wiles 5 a 17 boy med. Ray 1st, de Gaw Bob Fenwick John Fenwick Eric Wuerfel. An. 1.5 a 17 girl med. Rely 1st, Ria the Broxterman Sara Ford Barb Blumer Jenny Heynen 8 a under boy 25 free 1st, John Madden h a under girl 25 free 1st, Lisa Kramer 2nd, la i Hanna 9 a 10 boy 50 free 1st, Mark Pavlech 2nd, Kevin Gaw 9 a 10 girl 30 free 1st, Nancy Quot Donnelly. 2nd, Rana Grimmer 3rd, Susie Erickson i i a 12 boy so free 1st, Joe Abbott 3rd, Bobby Bobbitt ii a 12 girl 50 free 1st, Lauren Pavlech 13-1i boy too free 3rd Chris Gawlt 13-14 girl too free 2nd, Kim shilling 3rd, Dee w Iles 13-17 boy 100 free 1st, Eric Wuerfel 2nd. John Ritter 3rd, Bob Schipper 15-17 girl 100 free 1st. Kathy Broxterman 2nd, Lisa Meyer 3ro. Jenny Heynen h ltd under boy .25 breast. 2nd, Kevin Simon 3rd, John Wallace 8 a under girl 25 Reaal 1st, Susan Cagan 2nd, s Vaughun 9-10 boy 50 breast 2nd, Bobby Ursillo 3rd Danny Zumbuel 9 iii girl 30 break a 1st, Husie Erickson 2nd, Julie Pelton i 1-12 to a 50 breast 1st, Scott Erickson 2nd, Chuck Madden 3rd, Matt Hanna Quot 11 -12 girl 50 breast 2nd. Kathy Wallace 13-14 Bey too breast 3rd, Mike Simon 13-14 Girth Loob remt 1st, Julie Kessinger 3rd, Judy Limbacher 1317 boy 100 breast 1st, Bob Fenwick 2nd, w. Scrippen 3rd, Jim Lyon 15-17 girl 100 breast 3rd, Sara Jordan. A under boy 25 Back 1st, Lisa Krammer. 2nd, Lix. Hanna 9-10 boy so Back 1st. Mark Pavlech 2nd, kids Gaw 9-10 girls 50 Back 1st, Stephanie Wildey 3rd, Judy Wiles 11-12 boy 50 Back 2nd . Anderson 3rd, Dan Gaw 11-12 girls 50 Back 3rd, Kathy Edwards 13-14 boys 100 Back 2nd, Chris Gaw 13-14 girls 100 Back 2nd, Kris a of a 17 boy 100 Back 1st, de Gaw 3rd, David Barrett 15-17 Girt 100 Back 1st, Kathy Broxterman 2nd, Lisa Meyer a under boy 25 Fly 2nd, John Madden 3rd, Jim Hansen 8-Uader girls 25 by 1st, Susie Vaughun 3rd, Susie Colgan 9-10 boy 25 Fly 1st, Mike Kraemer 2nd, Danny Zumbiel 9-10 girl 25 Fly 1st, c. Shipley 2nd, Nancy Donnelly 3rd, Patty Lyons 11-12 boy. 50 Fly tat Joe Abbott 2nd, Bobby Bobbitt 3rd, . Anderson 11-12 girls so Fly 1st, Blue Dolphin swimmers grab Ohio Valley trophy the Blue Ash y Dolphin u-12 age girls took the trophy for their age group at the Ohio Valley Cham a ions hips held at Lakeside Wim club at Louisville by. There were 47 swimmers from Blue Ash participating in the meet. Three of these made National Junior olympics. The Njo will be held at Santa Clara Calif later this summer. The swimmers making the cuts were Cathy counts Rudy Franer and Michelle Shafer. Other dolphins who placed and. Won and events Are 6 sue Anderson. 1st place 100 m Fly 1st place 100 free 2nd Lack 200 free 3rd place 100 ack 11th place 200 Fly. Lathy count 2nd a 100 Fly. It 10th 100 free 5th 200 in 14th, 200 free 8th. 400 1m. K. Bracket Nan 6th, 100 breast. Michelle Shafer 5th 100 Fly 3rd 200 Fly 11th 400 in. Lee Springmeier 16th 100 Fly 14th 200 in 4th, 100 Back. I i i i i i i i i i i i l Oring this of for your one Doy membership 671-1500 Cassinelli Square across from tri county mall a open 7 Days a week a exercise equipment with full supervision a indoor running track a Sauna amp Whirlpool a sunrooms a Nursery doing your child a free classes in Yogo belly dancing swimming Ond More Nev free 6 week Basic modelling course Quot a total Tuomin can figure amp Heath club 595% installed with 4-15twhite ornamental columns screen room Complete with 20 x 8�?T cover and door iv79 in maximum height 7 6 installed our prices Are lower replacement windows a awnings storm windows amp doors a siding budget terms Eastern Hills 7044 Blue Ash he. Call 791-8484 Diane Kemmell 4th. 200 in 1st 100 Back. Betsy Weller 8th 200 free 15th 100 free 8th 100 Fly 11th 200 in 6th 400 free. Anne Odelberg. 16th 100 free 12th 400 free 15th 200 Michelle Englert 3rd 100 breast 12th 200breast. Lynn mar grander 11th 200 Back 7th loo free 3rd 200 in 7th 200 free 1st 100 Back. Rudy Franer 9th 200 Back. S. King 7th 100 Back. Senior girls 400 Media relay 3rd place r. Franer m Englert m. Shafer c. Counts. A Ley. I i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 9-10 boys. 200 free relay 2nd place m. Wheeler j. Hyer s. Siebert t. Griga. 11-12 girls 200 free relay 2nd place l. Pavlech l. Huber k. Brockman s. Anderson. U-12 boys 200 free relay 3rd place j. Mulcare g. Sherwood . Anderson m. Ackerman. 11-12 girls Medley relay 1st Blace d. Remmel k. Rockman s. Anderson l. Pavlech 11-12 Hoys 200 Medley relay 2nd, . Anderson j. Mulcare d. Ackerman and g. Sherwood. Terri Smithhisler 1st 100 breast. Kendra Niemi 9th 100 breast. Julie Burke 16th 200 free. David Ackerman 3rd 100 Fly 7th 100 free 3rd 200 in 5th 100 breast. Mike Ackerman 10th 100 treant Tim flick 16th 200 Fly 16th 400 in. Tom Griga 1st 50 breast 3rd 100 free 8th 200 in 1st 50 free. . Anderson 8th 100 Fly. Scott Seibert 8th 50 free. Tom Hammergren 6th 200 free 4th 100 free. Scott Barlow 11th 200 in. Tim Gardner 16th 200 breast 11th 100 breast. A k. Unger 15th 100 breast 10th 200 breast. J. Counts 6th 100 breast. Chip Miller,3rd breast. 13-14 girls 200 free relay 2nd place s. King b. Weller a. Edelberg l. Marggrander. 13-14 girls 800 free relay 5th place j. Burke b. Weller l. Marggrander c. Counts. 13-14 boys 200 free relay 7th place c. Miller s. Barlow m. Ackerman m. Gregory. 13-14�irls, 200 Medley relay 2nd place l. Marggrander m. Englert b. Weller a. Lauren Pavlech 13-14 boy 50 Fly 2nd, Lane Donnelly 3rd, Gary Shipley 13-14 girl 50 Flat 2nd. Kim shilling 3rd, Krie Kagler 15-17 boys 50 Fly 2nd, John Fenwick 3rd, John Gaw 15-17 guru 50 Fly lit Barb Blumer 3rd, sue Madden 9-10 boy in 1st. Mike Kraemer 3rd. Bobby Ursillo 9-10 girl in 1st, Kerri Kagle 2nd, Susan Easterbrooks 3r Susie Wildey a a 11-12 boy in 1st, Dan Gas 2nd, Scott Erickson 11-12 girls in 3rd, Juli Pelton 13-14 boys pm 3rd. Gar. Shipley a 13-14 girls in 2nd, Julie Kessinger 3rd, Judy Limbacher 15-17 boy in 1st, Eric Wuerfel 2nd, Bob Fenwick 15-17 girls in 1st, Barb Blumer 3rd, Julie Ries 8-Undrr girls free Ray 1st, Lisa Kramer Ausan Colgan s. Vaughun Liz Hanna 9-10 boy free Ray 1st, Kevin Gaw. Bobby Ursillo Mark speller Mark Pavlech 9-10 air la free Ray 1st, Stephanie Wildey. Susie Erickson Rana Grimmer. Patty Lyons 11-12 Bays free rely 1st, . Anderson. Chuck Madden Bobby Bobbitt John Balanda 13-14 girls free Ray 1st, Kris Kagler Kim shilling Julie Kessinger Judy Limbacher 15-17 Boya free Ray. 1st, Bob Fenwick John Ritter Eric Wuerfel de Gaw 15-17 girls free Rel 1st, Kathy Broxterman Lisa Meyer Jenny Heynen Barb Blumer. Donley Shell record at 8 Donley Shell stretched their win record to eight by Downing Naan s Florist 15-3. Shell hitters in the june 28 game were Dwayne Ryan Mark Pavlech Mike pol. A sky de Mcconnaughey a1 Wunder and Shawn Titus. The winning Pitcher was Mark Pavlech. Shell win number seven came june 24 with the defeat of Central savings 16-3. Hitters for the Shell team were Chip Thomas Ai Wunder Shawn Titus and. Jeff Hacker. Pitcher Joe Murphy got the win. June 17, Donley Shell shut out Borcherding Buick 5-0. Joe Murphy belted Homer in the second inning. Oil hitters were Aaron Reynolds Dwayne Ryan Chip Tnomas ung Ped second inning. Other Shell m f tip Shawn Titus and al Wunder. Winning Pitcher was Mark Pavlech. June 10, Donley whipped All saints White 19-6. The Winn Pitcher Mark Pavlech Hel himself out by smacking a Home run in the fifth. Other hitters for Shell were Chris Morath Joe Murphy Chip Thomas Mike Polasky and Shawn Titus. Boosters elect two at the monthly meeting of Sycamore athletic club two new Board members were elected Dwaine abbe in charge of Fields and pictures and Larry Mcconnaughey in charge of registration and publicity. This year the club has initiated a new program for cheerleaders with Wanda Glevicky As director registration will be held r too grief High Coe 16 and 23,1-4 for football players and is at Sycamore Cooper rd., july cheerleaders at or Edel 13-14 boys 2w Measey relay 6th place a Gregory c. Terms 200 Medley relay Gregary t Miller s. Barlow Macke Man. Pee wee Grid registration the Deer Park cobras will be holding registration for pee wee football at Chamberlain Park Friday july 14 from 12 to 4 . All boys from Ages 6 to 12 years May sign up for the 1978 season. Registration will be held for football players and cheerleaders at Sycamore or. High school Cooper rd., july 16-23,1-4 . On vacation done to worry we will clean a drapes a blankets a table cloths a work clothes and they will be ready for you when you return so have fun g fat �91-2120 Sycamore seniors win two games Sycamore senior Center softball team sponsored by Crawford a pharmacy scored 16 runs to the Blue Ash City fathers 3 sunday june 24. They won by a smaller margin when they met the Evendale officials tuesday june 27, winning 17-15. Blue Ash mayor Paul Mckinney Bob Mcconaughy City solicitor and Marvin Thompson assistant City manager along with their elected cohorts petitioned for rain but were ruled out when the downpour arrived at a the a completion of the fifth in Ning. The senior regulars Bill Beuerlein de Fritsch Ray Weartz Bob Eigel Connie Currins winning Pitcher Morris Mitchell and Howard Wesche were hitting 2 for 4 and. 3 for 3. Evendale threatened a wipe out scoring 7 runs in the 1st inning but Sycamore not Only bounced Back but leapt ahead with 8 runs in the 5th. The 20 member Sycamore team 15 men 5 women All Over 54. Challenge All Comers. Call coaches Betty or Tom Patton 984-1234 for a playing Date. Phipps Blue print company photostat Xerox copies drafting supplies sensitized amp photo copy paper 6920 Plainfield 793-1030 Hail for rent accommodates up 16 400 Wood sum Fly fire Pisk e receptions Aspe Ortity 11330 Williamson re. Tue Asti ca�89l 7016 or 791 5682 soccer to pm in Deer Park registration for soccer in Deer Park will continue until july 14. Two teaching clinics will be held july 13 Gregg Mcdougal student at Sycamore High school is first alternate for a berth at the state Golf tournament at Westfield country club july 20 and 21. And 20 at Deer Park Community Center from 7-9 . The clinics Are open to both parents and children. Needed Are interested parents to help get this soccer season underway. For More information Call Pat or Carol it Mingham 984-3232. The sessions will be held in Chamberlain Park. It grows a on . Corning Ware does grow on frees charter Oaks Deposit $500 into a new or existing account at charter Oak savings and get a new casserole Deposit $1.500 and get two Deposit $5 000 and get a set of four not Only casseroles grow at charter Oak. So does Money quickly at our High interest rates. Ask us How Well our two new certificates of Deposit Are growing 8 a 8 year $1000 certificates. Money Market 6 month $10.000 certificates paying 1 4�0 More interest than Treasury Bills accept decor a a custom draperies it vow Nak n5? 7108 Blue Ash Road 891 2131 void Vii 1j Cincinnati. Ohio 45236 8225 Dov re /4069 e Galbraith mj547 Ohio Pike 7188 bum it a

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