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Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - December 19, 1970, Xenia, Ohio The Xenia daily Gazette worthy december it 1170 Green View whips trojans Murry nets 23 As rams stay unbeaten in Del by Don Halsey sped Jamestown Speed an Good shooting were the key of coach John Macmillan Green View rams in thai 89 65 win Over Southeastern hers Friday night. It was the fifth win of Green View losing twice am 2-0 in Darby Valley l e a g u play. Tie trojans Are 1-5, to losses at the hands of Del opponents. Mikk Murry led All scor ers with 23 Points for the Rains closely followed by h u g 1 Haines who hit 9 of 11 from Thi Field for 18 Points. Southe Stem s offence a hampered by the loss of top scorer Steve Roach who Hai been averaging 22 Points be game. Roach is sitting out be cause of a broken ankle. George m o s i e a 6-4 Pivot Man f o the trojans took up the Slack and dropped in 10 Points to Leat his team. Southeastern coach David Moore said after the game Roach would certainly have helped us but i Don t be Lieve he would have made t h difference Between winning am losing Green View was jus too he further cited erratic defense and costly turn overs 20 As contributing fac tors. Our game plan called for shutting off Pendry and cousins which we did. But then Chuck Sharpe and Hugh Haines came off the Bench Anc scored 34 Points Between them they re a Fine offensive stated Moore. Green View jumped off to a 6-0 Lead and Murry made it 7-0 on a free throw after coach Moore was assessed a double technical foul for officiating from the High school Cage scores Western Ohio league Beavercreek 71, Fairborn Baker 51. Wayne 66. Cell Orvllle 59. Fairmont East 57. Stebbins 54. Xenia 65, Troy 60 Springfield North 49, Fairmont 44. Dayton suburban league Bellbrook 73. Valley View 60. Preble 99, Carlisle 58. To North 80. Dixie 75. Jefferson 102. Xenia Wilson 49. National Trail 70. To Smith 58. Darby Valley league Green View 89. Southeastern 65. Madison South 82, Cedar Lue 47. The Plains 90. Triad 74. Mechanics Buff 74, Jonathan Alder 68. 76. Other area colonel White 81. Belmont Dunbar 65. Patterson m. Far View 69. Kluser 50. 60, Mead Dale 54. St Yeri 63. Wilbur Wright 61. Vandalia 78. Eaton 48 break Vulte 71, West Carrollton Northmen 70. Norl Hirlee 55. Tlr.0 City 72. Trotwood 65. Oakwood 84. West Milton 78. Roosevelt j9. Charn Lade 4n. Altor 62, Mansfield St. Peter 5o. O Franklin 80. Park Hills 7s. Central 68, Carroll Bellefontaine 59, Sidney m Iorbana 59. Greenville 5b Pinna 74. Lima Shawnee 72. 79. 57 kinds 73. Snarl Wboro 71. Of Ethel 61. Miami fast 48 fan fare the Rains were never behind the game but Hie trojans Cut he 1 e a d to 10 Points at the Hird Quarter Post. The rams turned on hide afterburners in the final Perl of however As their fast break and precision Cut and Roll Otense proved overpowering. The rams won the Battle of he boards out rebounding Southeastern 45-33. A re Neview also led in he shooing departments hitting 36 of 80 shots rom the Field for 45 per cent tule the trojans made 38 per cent on 26 of 69. The rams netted 17 of 22 at he foul line that prompted oath Macmillan to remark that s the Busl we be been Al the line we be been working n he noted some weak pious on defense and plans to work on that but does t sex Jofferson s highly powerful Broncos romped to a 102-49 Day Ion suburban league win Over Xenia Wilson at the Osso Home Friday night to remain unbeaten in six games. The Wadels of coach Ted Van Devier dropped to 0-6 and 0-3 in Del play. Wilson fell behind 13 wants in he first period played a decent second period but was out of it Early in the third be Iod. Ken Reihberg led Wilson scorers with 12, while Harold Johnson poured in 23 to 1 e a d Jefferson. All five Bronco Start ers hit double figures. The Cadet reserves made a game of it for three periods finally losing 69-44 after Jeffer son scored 27 Points in the final period. Alan Robinson s sect to change his offence night s game at Carroll. For the Reserve game Well o the r a m a 53-26, As b o b Roach led All scorers with 20 Ininns. Rick Van Hoose hit 14 loints for the losers. With left in the third Quarter the score was 23-18, Treen View but the Young rams pulled away for the win Ting margin. Summaries Greene View g it fat of to Pendry Marshall m. Johnson cousins Gregory Murry Haines Sharpe Crowe Caraway Linton Rothwell 7 1 1 0 0 2 1 2 1 8 7 9 0 7 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 17 4 3 0 0 4 5 5 5 2 23 2 is 1 16 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 totals is 17 22 50 89 Southeastern g it fat of to Raines Mosier Florence a. Ballon Dice r. Roach Conley Hart Mcfarland totals by quarters Green View Southeastern 2 2 8 3 5 3 6 12 100 301 200 00 0 12 5 502 26 13 28 14 65 22 20 17 14 15 20 greenf.v1fav res 7-1-15. Nawman 1 1-3. Seaman 1-o-2. Hornell or Youngf 1-0-2. Nelson 1-2-4, b. Roach 7-6-20. Russ 1-0-2, Wolf 1-1-3 totals. 21-11-93. Southe astern res. Harbage 1-1-3, Van Hoose 2 10-14. C. Miller 1-2-4. Flowers 1-1-3, j. Ballon of i. Ouisenberry 0-1-1 totals 5-16-26. By quarters Green View Southeastern 11 12 15 15-53 6 10 4 Jefferson Broncos win 6th straight cadets victims Ninowski in on secret salary 12 reds lefty Greg Garrett 22, is a left handed Pitcher acquired this week from the Cali fornia Angels in Exchange for Jim Maloney. Markers topped Wilson. Summaries Xenia Wilson g it of to nil non .123 54 Rich Harg 4 4 b 2 12 Goody 3 3 4 Shepard .12 2 d. Hoe 3 3 3 Blanton 10 1 Hryronak 012 Paull 1 s 10 Tiger 00 0 h lines 01 2 totals ski Tehson Kilbosa Harris darvon Hutch in Johnson halt Graves Currie Hawes Tot All by quarters Wilson Jefferson 14 21 33 27 40 o it fat of to 735 3 17 7 6 4 u 3 23 21 3 16 25 3 14 26 40 23 102 13 17 8 25 26 29 31 22 54 95 01 55 1 3 62 Wilson res Sheeler 4 1-3. 4-3-11. Rom son 5 2-12, Smith 2-cv-i. K. Thomas 3 2-8 totals 1r-8--m. Jefferson res Jones 8-2-ir. Hoard 1-1-3. Brown 2-0 4. Davis 1-0-2, Tanner 3-1-5. Thomas 2-2-6, Hall 2-2-8, Pat Terson 4-0-8, Russell 6-5-17 to tals. 28-13-60 by quarters Wilson Jefferson 9 1 is 11 17 14 Cleveland a Jin Ninowski who was a second string quarterback during Nios of his 12 seasons in the nations football league says he received s. Year for four years in a secret salary Settle ment after threatening to sue the National and american football leagues. Ninowski was one of the Fina witnesses Friday before a Feder Al grand jury investigating pos sible antitrust violations in Thi nil. On Bowling of Community lanes boilers include now no results famous Hec pc a Peitl cola 0 a Vakoff 8. Conc Orrt cily it Ijen cer Shell 8, Dodds Monu 0. Welsh inc. 6. P. Luike trod. Community 6, Skylark rest. 2. D n Antenna 6, Cyphers 1 log. 1. Scores a b5s b. Nods 530, m. Parks 51h. D. Adams 923 j. Tackett 523. N Mcgowon 515 s. Spence m. Webb 4b9 Thomas ibb. P. 487, n. Habb 431. A Truman 465. K. Murrell 457. A Varncy 451, r. Stewart 450, n. Thomas us. A Presley 43t. L. Swaney 433. C. Trimble i. Berry 426 menu City results Poirel Oil co. 8, Mel. T. H r ins 0. Nuchols electric b. Team no. A n. Gourmet shop it Community lanes 2, Tiffany 6, super vain 2 try s tavern 6, Lerry Sihto 2. Scores j. Mcd Dord 633 2-m-2121. G Jack 625 h Terrell Fiona 2671. S. Oakley 574 j. Terrell 567 214-2051, l Nuchols 581 j. Sewell 554 2331. J. Redway 540. A scorer 535. C. Price 532. J. Berry c. Slorer 525. results Farmers merchants Bank 8, Vav a 0. Poodle a Vii 0. N. A cola b. Team a 0. Welfare finances Connie s Beauty so can 2. Vow it 6, Winslon Healing 2. Scores a urls he 475. 11 n. 450, to. Wilhelm 417, l. Johnson 431, d. Smith 428. Sunset results Chenoweth motors Al. Wig hut 0. Mcvay s 8, Kal yera spec. Police 0. Murla s Rte auly Salon a huffs 0 hospitality Home a Hurley s Florist 2. K j ans. Service 4, smart Sel 4. Scores j. A lovers 558 213 s. 1-Owry 550 to Kwa Ney is.t2, v. Puller Ion Bol in 0, or run clone 467, h. Lowry it n. Ward a Orlup 4m, a sul ton 47ft, n. Adams 419, a cat Field -158, a 4m .1. Enssle -115. A 4jii, s. Clerk p. Nib kit in it. Plow 429, b. Jordan 4m, a 437. College scores 88 Ohio Collrin Cam til North Central iii., stale 60 Cyri Orvillo 17 ind Laim 07. Ohio a humid on. Ohio Northern 83 can Leal 03, West Bertl w. A. 74 Wal rat slate 88, Cumb Munif by. 0.1 fun relay 03, drove ally South Dakota 101, Deuilinda Stato fit nun now Texas Elpaso 54, Mienl m Rio ars nor. 20 sports pages 6-7-8 Xenia Grap piers Lead As 12 reach finals Walter Sellers of Xenia on Bottom appears in trouble but he actually is in route to a pin Over his opponent Bob Golden Friday night at the Xenia invitational wrestling tournament. Referee is Bruce Xenia High s improving wrestling team coached by Chuck Phillippi qualified 12 wrestlers for today s finals while defending Champion Roth qualified nine at the 3rd Annu Al Xenia invitational. The eight team meet began Friday night at Xenia Warner Junior High and Xenia held slim Lead with 17 Points Fol Lowed by Roosevelt 13 Roth Wilmington and Dunbar 12 Kiser 8 Green View 2 and Springfield Catholic one. The Lone disappointment for Xenia was Mickey Sweeney s upset in the 119-Pound division. Sweeney was Xenia s Only top seed but he was pinned by Ron Hines of Roosevelt in All other Xenia wrestlers advanced. Roth has won the Xenia invitational two straight years but Xenia and Roosevelt who placed eight wrestlers in the finals have Goot shots at the championship. Dunbar and Kiser placed five each in the finals but have no Chance for Wright state revenues Cumberland team 95-93 mad River twp. Wriggl Vehe game for Wright state. It Fate University made it four n a Row last night by defeating Cumberland College 95-93 in a serve match at Stebbins High school. Cumberland had handed the raiders its first of six straight Osses at the Start of the season with a 84-82 triple overtime Vic in Kentucky. Bill Fogt s play 28 seconds left clinched climaxed a Raider rally after it had been Down 79-69 with a Little Over seven minutes to go Jim Minch of Xenia had eight Points for Wright state. Summaries Wright state Thacker 4-3-11, Fogt 54-h, Louinger 3 0-8. Munch 3-z-8, Woosley 3-0 6. Clark 3-2-8. A Frau 8-4-22. Donahue 6-2-14. Wilkerson 5 totals. 38-19-95. Gumbel land Clore 7-1 15. Byrd 12-0-m. Stevens 7-1-15. Jensen Coulter 1-1-3, Bai b-7-25 totals. 39-16-93. By halves i Wright state Cumberlan be Sale Model m 8300 snap action Cartridge tape recorder pre wound tape Cartridge snaps in. No threading. No spilling. Just tap a Button and you re Reco Ding or listening. Plays up to 60 minutes on a Cartridge. Compact size too. Makes an easy travelling business or pleasure companion. Plays pre Reco Deci tapes too. Model m 8300 Complete with microphone carrying strap tape Cartridge earphone Plaza shopping Center team honors. Coach Slan Sheppard David Strickland of Xenia a Western Ohio league wrestling Cham Pion sets his sights on the 98-Pound title at the Xenia invitational after win Ning his opening match season s greetings from Warren Bill s Barber shop 1398 n. Detroit St. Open mom., dec. 21 sat., dec. 26 open mon., dec. 2s sat., Ian. 2 open usual hours other Days let Chenoweth s 3reeneview rams placed free grapplers in the finals As Julian Harden a Sophomore pinned Ted Kalinos of Spring held Catholic and Ron Wallace 119 and Tony Todd heavy Veight Drew byes. Semifinal action began Al noun today with consolations following immediately. Final Bouls were scheduled for . At Xenia Warner Junior High. Dave Strickland Wal or Sellers 138 were second seeds for Xem a while Bill Mckinney Tom Haines 185 and Roger Ashcraft heavyweight were third seeded. Top match for Xenia was Dave Martin winning the 126 Riund bout by Cle visioning Bill Rakestraw of Roosevelt who Vas second seeded 7-6. Summaries 98 pounds Dave Strick and Chi pinned Mike Wagner so Terry Alderson o pinned by Jac Taon 105 Jeff mimes x dec. Towery 1-2 Phil Ehrley g dec. By stall 1-i. 112 Kevin nine x dec. Taubel 7-1 Ron Necina it dinner by Lewis to Mick Sweeney x Pincetl by lines Ron Wallace g Drew Bye. 126 Dave Martin x dec. Rakestraw t-6. Bry an Gale g dec. By Hearlihy so. 5-2. 132 Rob m u n c y x pinned Elliott so Rick Pettell g pinned by Richard Waller. Sellers pinned i g o id e n Parks Fields g dec by Groves 145 Bill Trube e x pinned Davis Julian Harden g pinned Kalnos

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