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The Northern Hills Press (Newspaper) - January 28, 1976, Cincinnati, OhioThe Northern Hills press a wednesday january 28, 1976 it. H. Grad Dave Reinhart on business Days he s a stockbroker downtown he a telecaster for we Etc a High school game of the week by Bill Koch Dave Reinhart Cloverhill terr., Delhi leads a double life by Day he walks the streets of Cincinnati just like any other Stock broker going about his business unnoticed. But come Friday night he braves the world of screaming adolescents and overcrowded gyms when he Steps before the television cameras of Wackt to do the play by play for the High school game of the week How did. A stockbroker get to be a weekend sport acaster if you were a regular listener to Wasai around 1965, you May ret ail dropping off to sleep with the sound of Dave s voice he was the nighttime deejay for a Sai 9 . 1 from 1965 through 1968. Hopefully his voice does no to have the same effect on you when you tune in to Channel 48 on Friday nights. �?o1 try to keep1 the game exciting a said Reinhart a Brut i Don t want to scream like a top 4b Dee Jay Quot he left Wasai in 1968 to work for Grad non amp co. When wet decided to get involved in sports Tele c a at i n a he w a s in t h e r if i p 1 a be at the right t i me a i was doing a financial news show on cd 48 for Gradison. I had had play by play experience at of Ohio University in basketball football and basketball. So when i heard they were going to telecast sports i said id kind of like to do that id never done to sports hut he s been doing them Ever since and judging by the Lack of negative response he a received he does them Well a a in be never had a letter of criticism directed at me in five years Quot he said proudly i. 8 motivation for the Bora Dea at i leg work Mem from Hia love of sports an avid Follower of the reds and Bengala Reinhart said he likes pro sports first High school second but he a not too hot on College snorts. Quot i feel sports makes a Young Man into a Man Quot he said Dave Isnit actually employed by Wackt but does the work because he enjoys it a voluntary Type thing Quot Reinhart said. Quot in a hot really employed by them i work on a free Lance basis. I would do the same if Channel 5 a ailed me and asked but he has not illusions about becoming a big time National sportscaster Quot id like to go further if it was t such a drag on my family life 1 would like to do some tvs regional games or maybe telecast some nil games. Hut i Haven to been offered anything like Reinhart said to get him to quit his Job to devote full time to sport sea sting Quot would take an exceedingly Good offer i would take Curt Gowdy a Job but that a not in the Dave has respect for Keith Jackson Pat summer All and Vin Scully among others but was not so complimentary to the reds television team. A a let a just say the reds to announcers have not been on a Par with their radio announcers Over the years Quot he said Quot id love to get a crack at reds while that would present an interesting Challenge to him Reinhart is confronted with plenty of challenges each weekend problems Peculiar to covering High school sports Quot there Are really three or four problems with High school sports Quot he said Quot in football you have to be careful about which Field you select. On some of them the lighting is had for color to. Quot the facilities Are cramped. Some done to have press Btu xes and a lot of times i have assistant coaches Yelling curse words into my ear. Quot in basketball the big problem is crowd noise. The noise from screaming girls causes us to yell into the Mike sometimes that can be annoying to the viewer. Rollie Schwarz who handles the commentary has a very loud voice. He a always excited about everything i try to temper that in contrast with wet shows the games on a delay basis beginning its telecast at 10 30, just after the game has ended. Reinhart explained that the first half is taped then rewound at half time and taken to the station for telecast. The second half is taped on a new reel. According to Reinhart the station is prohibited by Ohio High school athletic Assn. Rules from telecasting High school sports live. Dave does no to have the final say on which games get telecast so done to blame him if your school Isnit represented. Quot the announcers done to select the games. We make suggestions but the decision is made by management. We try to give a Good competitive game every Friday night but if we had the Best game on every week there would be too much repeating of schools. Quot we like to represent All the leagues equally and get a Good geographical spread out but we re not Welcome in the gel greater Cincinnati league a Dave is a Cincinnati area native having grown up in it. Healthy and graduated from it. Healthy High school in 1960. He moved to Delhi when he started working for Wasai in 1965. Another Delhi resident Jerry link Dave a neighbor handles statistics for the telecasts. Reinhart is in the investment business with Robert h. Leshner co. He and his wife Joanie have two boys Steve 10, and Scott 8. A they re great sports fans they usually go with me Quot Dave said. As if he did no to have enough kids to contend with m Friday nights. Basketball my healthy Yaa Intra murals 9-10 Akk a it healthy Hal Light Hue 21. Red 10 it Ellon 20lark Blue is overtime. 11-13 yrs a fifth third Bank yellow 28. Red 9 Light Blue 32. Dark Blue 20 county level instructional a Tomahawk 32, North Hill Kiwan i 25. Pee Wees a Petit plumbing ,3.5. Barnhorn realty 1,7. Intermediates a Al Valley Lockom Ith 5s<. P inner town 41. Ander on Kiwa tii 38. Brentwood i a 37. Intra murals 9-10 yrs a my healthy Sal Light Blue 19. Yellow 4 dark Blue ii red 4. H-13 yrs. A fifth third Bank red 27. Blue 22. Light Blue 44, yellow 35. County level instructional a Northern i ill la in i1 want 22, Finney town 10. Inte r m in i ate s a i i i top motor 54. Al Valley 35. In per intermediates a Plater tie i fit t n t tie a of. East Hill sporting Good 59 overtime. The real of the Acore were not made available. Is Owsai la Salle High school alumni will take o n Wasai in a Benefit basketball game at 7 30 thursday Jan. 29 in the la Salle gymnasium s p o r t s blow dryer professional Model r a i a a i i setting High i a i a i i a i a i i i a i a g a a a a a a s Reg. $39.95 now m9951 Gary s inc 9075 colera in Awe. 385-7303 i a a a a a a income tax consultant Federal state county local returns prepared in my office or your Home. Corporate Milit final fiduciary return experienced 681-6400 notary Public mint a a typewriters a electronic calculators a my mess duplicators a ism Olympia Canon All major brands rental Purchase plan available Waltz 3826 North Bend 481-4000 groundhog do Sale tar Bast my Tralo super Latex save 3m a eggshell a Only $10.00/gal. All brushes Byz pries Sala Latas Fol. 2 lira 1, 1978 Quot a heat Point Sim Quot 6138 Colerain ave. It airy 729-5353 f re decorator Vic top a Mon. Set i. Til 9 . North College Hill registration fhe amp uie Ruffian be a witty Annam am sunday Brunch North College Hill a the North College Hill Knothole baseball As a registration will be conducted noon to 3 ., Jan 31, feb 7 and feb 14 at the Nch Retreat ion bldg. Simpson and Goodman aves registration is open to All Nch m h of 1 d i strict youth Bel Ween the a Ges Ltd of five and 18. Registration fee is $7 for one you the $14 for two members of the same family and a $15 limit for three or More members of the same family. Registration fees cover Only a Small portion of the Cost of this Knothole program the remainder of the funds needed Are raised by the Knothole Assn and its women a auxiliary this is done by obtaining sponsors conducting various fund raising projects such As Raffles dances an annual Post season tournament and the kid Glove game. This years registration will be administered exclusively by the women a auxiliary. North College Hill District 21 teams will again Combine with College Hill District 2 teams and West College Hill teams to provide the necessary number of teams to comprise league play As was done last year. A draft system for some age groups has been agreed upon by North College Hill and College Hill it will be in effect for those agreed upon leagues. Anyone interested in umpiring can also sign up at this time. They should be fifteen years or older. Further information on umpiring can be obtained from Jim Downs 8281 Daly re. Served 10 2 pin. Pet Center Plant land 6033 Hamilton ave. Niue plants fur All occasions we Mike House Calls Ham sausage scrambled eggs gotta baked hash Fried Chicken Chicken Ala King potatoes Fried apples grits Sweet Rolls Coffee cake fruit cup Rolls butter Coffee milk Tea juice. West High wins at Aiken adults 3.75 children under 12 225 sunday dinner served 2 .-8 . By Alan Abler Western Hills Mustang swimmers out pointed their four other Public High school league foes at the seventh annual w e s t e r n h ills 1 n v i i a tonal relays at Aiken last thursday Western and Walnut Hills were tied for the Lead at 36 heading into win prizes earn Money e Thoiss has openings for boys and girls 11 years old or older to deliver in suburban areas. A variety of territories Are available. A tin 5gj the 400-Yard individual Medley relay. Which Walnut won however the eagles were disqualified for making an illegal turn thus forfeiting the 12 first place Points to runner up West High. The Mustangs then it Maleti their seventh straight win in the relays by taking the top spot in the 500-Yard Crescendo relay. Western Hills first year coach. Gary Hein Rah was seemingly pleased after his first Victory in something other than a dual meet. Hut he also issued a warning Quot Walnut is mad now because they know they beat them be i ves t w 11 h t he d i so u a 11 fiction. As far As we were notice red that meant the said Heinrich. A i have a feeling the Phil meet will decide who is the better Between Phil championships have been a tradition at West High since 1969, As the Mustangs have won six in a Row last year was the first year any real Competition was provided that came from Walnut. West High did manage to endure How e v e a a n d capt u re d its sixth straight. 331-301. A i done to feel that the momentum from those past wins will help us enough to beat Walnut we will have to do that ourselves we can to rest on our laurels a said Heinrich. Aikens Falcons finished in third place behind Walnut but Aiken coach Rich Gilby Felt his team did a Good Job a this was t a bad finish for these Guys a said Gilby a this is a building program we be got Only five seniors on the team and most of them Are new to the sport in fact none of the Guys Ever swam in Competition said Gilby. Gilby is in his first and Only year As coach at Aiken. He is a teacher at Dyer school for the mentally retarded sanctioned by the Hamilton county schools. Gilby will not continue next year because he is not in the Public schools a and coaches for Public schools May come Only from the school they teach in or another Public school. Quot the Board did not get Aiken a swimming coach this year in time for the season and Pat Lunsford Aiken athletic director asked me to take the said Gilby. Quot however the Board will not allow me to continue next Gilby a background in swimming came As a performer for one of former Western Hills coach Bob Jacobson a teams and later at us. Aiken was the Host of the relays because of the schools competing it has the largest Pood facilities. Rist Orante and italian pub 7713 Hamilton Avenue 521-7720 want you know a we pay More interest on All types of savings accounts than any Bank. A we pay As much interest on certificates of Deposit in some cases More than any other . Insured savings association. Our interest is compounded continuously. A every Central progressive savings account is insured up to $40.000 by an Agency of the Federal government. 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