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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - November 12, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioAviators a Bow Deer Park Royalty i it Kkt l ltd 117.� Homecoming Queen Cathy Thompson it a a tiled h her court. Are i Kwiw. F 10111 lower Lefi. Linda Wii on Nita Kan out Julie Fogelman Jenny l a a a and Monica Slait Bury Star end of the a wild Cetz foot Letim. Jini met Jalla in the Homecoming King. Rockets is. A amp of the Sycamore rockets came out on t of in a closely fought playoff game against Western a a saturday. Nov. 8 to rapture second place in the a amp of league. The 8-6 win entitles the rockets to meet a amp of m Nipper stadium at 3 15 4 suburban life wednesday nov. 12, 1975 on saturday nov. 15 with the game televised locally. We my maa scored first on a 86 Yard i play hut their Nin Point try failed. Use re Meta scold on a 79 Yard n around right end by halfback Bill Southerland who again showed Hia Fine a Tad by outrunning the Western a defender in a foot rare to the end tone the extra Pointa were made on a keeper by Bill Locke Over right end. Good Block were the Phi by Pat Brestin David Lear Don Roedler Scott bed wine. A Don. Kunkel and Marc Wolf. Fine Rufila wore made by Pete mat bar. Jeff Turnan Jeff Woldenberg. Kevin Locke and Bob Gavin. It a another for the1 Tefend with Good tackle by Doe Beadle David stroll. Don Jones and. Mike Cade excellent pass defense was provided by Steve lacks Marc Gleason. Drew Rue Tiger and put Brestin quarterback sacks were made by Jeff Golden Berg. Joe Keller Mike Rowan Scott red wine and Pete Mather. David. Vorpe blocked a kick attempt and Marc Gleason and Jeff Golden Berg recovered several Western a fumbles now open for business i As custom picture framing in the heart of Mariemont 8 Wooster Pike amp Madisonville re. Behind the Bank 272-1360 a Barry s upholstery 7302 /2 Montgomery ltd. 984-2918 r you Are cordially invited to open House Greenwich court 2128 Madison Road sunday november 16,1975 2 00 to 6 00 . Beechwood House Antiques a View our latest shipment from England. Furniture brass proc Elams and Many collectables. Tennis Buttlewerth Florist inc. A Dennis Buttlewerth president acid. Christmas 75 ,.see our trim of tree Corner. Nancy Mclntosh gallery original prints by contemporary masters and special showing "8ijoux�?� Rieveschl the sculptor As Goldsmith. Greenwich House inc. Walter i. Farmer president and his staff of Interior designers invite you to come visit see our new Tine of Baker upholstered furniture plus other Fine traditional and contemporary furniture and accessories. Come and see the Rich glowing Beauty of corian building products which create truly Royal Baths and elegant easy care Kitchen counter tops. You have to see it and touch it to believe it. That a the corian experience. Full line of Cabinet styles available Call us for a free estimate Kitchen gallery visit our showroom mon. Amp thurs. 10-9 Tuet wed., amp Fri. 10-6 sat. 10-3 6026 Ridge ave. 531-3011 pleasant Ridge Madeira finishes 9-1 Indian Hill goes 8-1-1 by let Wilson Madeira s Mustangs enjoying their Best season in recent years rambled to a 41-18 Triumph Over Kings highs knights Friday night ending the season with a sparkling 9-1 record. The Mustangs narrowly missed a second straight trip to the Ohio state championship playoffs when Wyoming a undefeated cowboys blasted Sycamore for their 10th a straight win. Indian Hill zipped Andersons redskins 20-0 and bowed out with an 8-1-1 record including a 6-0 Mark that gave them the Eastern Hills league championship but Deer Parks wildcats bowed to a Strong 8-2 lock land eleven 8-0 and broke even for the season at 5-5t Mustangs Romp heroes were numerous for Madeira in. The finale. After Kings took a. 6-0 feat period Lead Mike Cheppe rifled a 20-Yard to pass to Bob Stebbin and Thor Jacobs booted the Pat to Edge on top 7-6. Later in the opening Quarter Mike Collins asked into pay dirt from. 12 Yards out and Jacobs upped the count to 14-6, but. Kings came right Back to whittle the Edge to 14-12 when the second stanza started. That was the last time the knights were in Contention. Doug Blough notched two More Tda a before halftime on runs of 1.2 and. Then nine Yards and thorns Pat boots zoomed the Cushion to 28-12 at intermission. A Jacobs and. Schweppe scored third Quarter touchdowns to get. The Mustangs out of sight at 41-12.before Kings managed a Gimme a to at the end. Collins got the Call 22 times and responded with 112 Yards. Mike became the second Mustang to top the 1000 Vard Mark for the year. His 1009 Yards supplemented the 1775 rolled up by Thor Jacobs who led the ground gaining again Friday with 127 Yards for 16 lugs. Braves 8-1-1 Indian Hill also was Star studded in the 1975 Bow out. Charlie Lames Drew raves after he raced 89 Yards to stake his mates to an Early Lead shortly after the second period started Tom Croskey footing the Edge to 7-0. The dazzling running of Chip Hayes and Dave s haunt spelled doom to the redskins. Both reeled off 20 Yard beauties so abut a the final play of a Short drive. His 20 Yard to was followed by another Croskey Pat kick to make the halftime Cushion 14-0 Doug handler gained stardom in the last period when he lofted a 35 Yard payoff pass to Bill Greenlee who crossed Over the double stripes for a 20-0 final count. Greenlee was sensational both ways Bill sacking Andersons quarterback no less than six to keep the a skins in poor Field position. He shared defensive honors with Paul Harrington and Greg finn who starred in the Whitewash Victory. Sycamore was stymied by Wyoming a cowboys who were sniffing a crack at the state playoffs and posted a 40-0 Victory never allowing the aviators inside their 30. Deer Park faced the same situation. Going in the panthers had a Chance at the class a playoffs. Lockland scored once but never threatened after that and a penalty at the four of Lockland ended a Deer Park Chance to tie it up in the last Quarter. To kiss a pig at a Pep rally at Sycamore High school nov. 7 swim Loach Larry /.oiler, right woo the privilege of being the teacher who got to kiss the pig. About 30 teachers volunteered for the pig kissing. Each of them had a Jar in his or her room where the students deposited Money which was donated to the Pep Lonb. Oiler collected the highest amount of Money. 854. Over 9100 was collected altogether. The pig was brought in by Sophomore Tom Harvey. Left. The idea was la brainstorm of senior Karen Sigourney. The Pep Assembly was also the occasion to Honor All senior who participated in the fall sports season. Fine fall for Indian Hill teams John Williams athletic director presented an impressive fall sports record at a recent Indian Hill Booster Board meeting. Most of the . Boy and girl teams finished first or second in league play. To football squad won the league with the Var Siri league a 6-0-1 record. The . Compiled a 7-2 tally which put them in second place. The Cross country boys ran to an Ehl championship and a Strong third place in the sectionals qualified them for the District. Bob Pappas led the team All season but All seven runners placed in the top Twenty in the championship race. Although it was the first a ear for soccer at Indian fill the boys came out with a 5-10 record and won two games in the sectionals. The boys Golf team wrapped up the season with a 15-7 record and a 3rd place in the league. Captain Jim Schiff was named to the Ehl first team and senior Paul Kohmescher and freshman Jack Draemer were named to the second team. The varsity girls Field hockey team had a 6-2-1 season and the . Finished with a 3-1-3. Girls varsity volleyball team came in second in the Ehl with a 6-1 record. Ten and 0 was the impressive record for the girls Tennis team. For the first time the team participated in the Hamilton Taft in thunderbird shut out Ken sil Vikings the Fuller Ford thunderbird closed out the varsity football league season saturday by Downing the Ken sil Vikings 20-0 at Roselawn Park. The thunderbird record now stands at 12 won 2 lost 1 tie and now travel to Columbus nov. 15 to take on the reigning state and National Champion Westgate Hawks at Franklin Heights High school stadium at 8 . In a game where the thunderbird just get going they took a 6-0 Lead in the first half when half Back John Thiery ran 76 Yards Down the sidelines for the score. The second to of the game was made by Mark Chinn defensive Corner who picked off a Viking pass and ran it in from the 25 Yard line. The final touchdown was scored by fullback de stall who also ran the Ball across for the extra two Points. I National and placed sixth out of sixteen teams. The girls Golf team also had an outstanding season and ended with a six one record. The annual fall sports banquet for boys will be thurs., nov. 20 at 6 30 in the High school cafeteria. Members of the Golf Cross country soccer Ana football teams will be honoured guests. Families and friends Are invited and the Cost per person is $3.50. Suns win last two by Carol Meszaros the Sycamore suns were victorious twice last weekend. On saturday the eight year old team sponsored by Sycamore athletic club outscored Loveland 20-0. This was the Sun s last regular game of the season. The sum were in control of the game offensively and defensively. Loveland s offence held to no first Downs was completely throttled by the suns defensive eleven suns scorers were Kenny Titus and Greg shilling. Titus scored two Law. Touchdowns on a a runs a play that went for 60 Yards and a touchdown nullified by a cupping penal Sycamore soccer teams win in tournament play goals for the three game played by show Case realtor the boy kickers lean coached by Linda Schmalz Bea several teams from the Sycamore soccer league participated in the Oveland invitational. Tournament nov. 8-9. The teams played one game on sat., nov. 8, and two games on Sun., nov. 9. Charlies Exxon girls passers team coached by Sharon Wiwi beat both Loveland and Madeira 4-0. In the final game against Lakota Hills Melanie Wiwi scored 4 goals for a 4 1 Victory the pullbacks. Sally Abbott and it my sack played an outstanding defensive game. Patty a beggar goalie stopped a direct penalty kick girls kickers team no Boot Era. Under the direction of Don Whitaker came up with three win also beating Lakota Hills 5-1, Madeira 4-0, and Loveland 3-0 in the final game against Loveland Beth Schneider scored 2 goals and Dina pools Corad i goal. Tim Smith was High scorer with four cobras strangle Milford calves the Deer Park cobras captured second place nov. 8 by defeating the Milford Galves 8-0 in a hard fought defensive Battle ending their season with a 5 win 3 loss record. The cobras scored the Only touchdown of the game in the first half on a one Yard run Over tackle by Tony Giordullo. The run was made possible by a big Hole due to guard Brian Combs tackle Tony Elsbrock and end Kelly Williams who did a Fine Job on the play. In the second half it was a defensive Battle for both teams. The cobras came out ahead Here on a two Point safety made by defensive and Dennis Wagner and tackle Nicky Perry. The cobra defense did no to allow the calves to Cross the 50 Yard line at All in the second half. Chewing the cobra on to Victory All Vear Long were the cobra ettes under the leadership of mrs Donna Murray. They include Kathie Krimmer Shelly Hammonds Wendy Cordrey Tracy Hudson Ann Blomer Tracy Murray. Robin Perry. Sally Belew Sherry Sabino Donna Sabino Sharon risk Renee Gat to Tricia Gatto Debbie Gatto Donna Gatto the cobras have accepted an invitation to play in the Turkey bowl at Withrow High school nov 15 they will play the Sycamore Sun at 11 a m team by Linda Schmaltz. Beat Loveland 4-1, Mitto cd 2-1, and the third game against Loveland 2-1. Mark Schnedl. Goalie saved two penalty kick from scoring football injury p. Compton Cramer 5875 Modican ln., Indian Hill was reportedly injured while playing football at Indian Hill High school nov. 4. He was taken to our lady of mercy Hospital by Deer Park life squad suffering from an injury to his right forearm. To. He then faked the triple reverse and ran far a 75-Yard Acore. Doug Bates made the conversion and the Acore was finalized at 20 Points for Sycamore 0 for Loveland. The coaches praised the entire squad for their Effort. Starting Lett tackle Greg Mes Carol switched to Center and played an outstanding football game. Regular Center Andy Segal suffered a Teg injury during the week and missed practice and the game. Jeff Sikute Todd Flinders Jason Hall and Kevin Garrison were praised far their defense. Mark Macke also received special recognition for a Fine quarterback Job. Substitute defensive safety Mike Macke provided solid tackles. On sunday afternoon the suns beat Milford hot team at the 1975 Milford thanksgiving Bow 14-0. Kenny Titus scared both touchdowns John Fraser caught Merit Macke s Well thrown pass for the two Point conversion. Sun s coaches. . Clark. Bill Phipps and Charlie Campbell emptied the Bench Early in the game and gave the second and third teams Tome valuable game experience for next year. Quot Well have Many boys returning next year and this will Benefit the team tremendously a said head coach . Clark. At the Post game review the conches recognized Kevin Shepherd. John Bishop. Dwayne Ryan Craig Rose Tim Nutley Mike Hunter. Alan saw and Dave Biedermann for significant contributions to the bowl Victory. Also mentioned for outstanding performances were Mike Daumeyer Gharia Kelleher. Chris Kidwell. Marc Kunkemoeller Craig Randolph Robert Smith Dave Buhr age Dan Berger Mike Higgins John Fraser Greg Henry Mike Hyzdu Jeff Recker urn Rytel. Rodney May and Tim Washington. Save $ batteries for 6 Cyl. Amp Smalt v8 Brand new motor Craft special Purchase Price Reg. S32.95 24 month guarantee Oier Park Amoco 4384 Galbraith at Blue Ash 984 2226 kit Caen Caia Yttria sin tops a vanities a bars Jenn air a thermidor a Kitchen a a waste King Kinsela mfg. Co. 561-5285 7880 cd my Mord r Fine arts gallery featuring u a atelier do palais classical. 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