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Sferfmeyer sfrengthens IH soccer sports quiz


Vol. 32 No. 1
by Dwight Poffenberger time, coaching both- soccer and Vockell are aided on the junior 1. Which former Major League September 3,1982
Losing 13 seniors, an average baseball and they enjoy working varsity level by Steve Thompson. baseball player played the
team might hope for a .500 sea- with young people. When asked Thompson is a University of Cin- most consecutive years with Indian Hill High School
son but not Indian Hill's varsity why he liked working with cinnati student and has played one team? Cincinnati, Ohio 45243
soccer team. Under new head younger people, Niehaus an- collegiate soccer. Thompson 2. Who was the first miler to
coach Randy Stertmeyer and his swered, "They're a hell of a lot seems to love the work so far and break the four minute barrier?
assistants Jim Vockell and Jack more fun. It makes you stay says of his players, "They are as 3. Who is the only player to win
Niehaus, the Braves are aiming to
repeat as league champions. If
the players are able to stay clear
younger yourself."
The Braves opened camp
August 2nd with conditioning
good a group of kids as you'll
find." He feels the first couple
games are important to develop
the Grand Slam of tennis
(Wimbledon, U .S.
French Open,
Open,
Australian
High school acquires seven Apple computers
of injuries, Stertmeyer feels, which lasted two weeks. More the confidence of his very young Open)? by Lawrence Gallant the school district. Ottawa and faculty, and administrators to Moore. "Another goal is t o give
"We've got a real shot at it." than fifty young men appeared team. Asked about his goal this 4. Which former baseball player The h& school has recently Wyandot also received computers. investigate the opportunities our eigth grade students as well as
Stertmeyer, Niehaus, and ready to "want, work, and win" season, Thompson joked, "If we holds the record for the most purchared seven new computers As far back as the summer of available to the district. The our future graduating seniors
Vockell are all Indian Hill resi- again this year. Having lost all don't go 17-0,I will resign." hits in a nine-inning game? through a Board of Education 1981, administrators saw the need committee was headed by Dr. basic knowledge in the field of
dents who have jobs that they three goalkeepers, the team hopes With the new coaching staff, 5. When was the last time the decision. to integrate a program of com- Bryan Moore, curriculum director computers."
joke are only "hobbies." When Andy Hall can lead the defense the Braves hope to develop many Bengals made the playoffs According to Mrs. Karen puter literacy into the curriculum of the school district. To accomplish this, instruc-
asked why he took the coaching this season. The midfield is the young players but also complete a prior to last season? Edgecomb, the high school's on all levels. They felt that both According to Dr. Moore the tion will be given to fifth graders
job, Stertmeyer replied, "I believe stronghold of this year's team led successful season. One thing is computer programming teacher, students and faculty needed committee reported back t o the in Wyandot and eigth graders in
in the sport and the school sys- by captains Jeff Graham and Dan certain at Indian Hill, soccer is ANSWERS the purchase was the frrst part of knowledge of how computers Board in March with recommen- Ottawa on the capabilities and
tem. We're fortunate to have the Greene. The offense is looking growing. EL61 'S a three-part plan. The Board of operate and how they can be used dations regarding what types of impact of computers. '
opportunity." All three coaches for leadership from seniors Coach Niehaus commented on L 'Uauua$S a w a x -p Education approved the plea to in all academic fields. hardware (i-e. computers, print- For the future, the administra-
feel they are fortunate in having a Dwight Poffenberger and Ron his new job, "We see some tre- Jam? pox * ! develop a sophisticated computer In January of this year a ers, etc.) and software (i.e. pro- tion plans not only to increase the
type of job that allows so much Zesch to put many Mr. Balls into mendous talent coming up. It rappueg ~ a % o x'2 education ~ r o ~ a throughout
m committee was formed of parents, grams) would be needed. The number of "computer literacy
time off. All three have been Mr. Net. will be a blast being part of it. salouo a1owgpg Board agreed to fmance the pro- units" but also to put the present
involved in athletics for a long Stertmeyer, Niehaus, and Ow day in the sun is coming." ay1 Y7W £2 'uosqqo?j syoo1g '1 . . ject on the sole condition that the computers in use more often. For
school tax levy passed on June 8. the frrst semester approximately
Experienced netters aiming for the state title When the levy passed, the
committee began working o n the
65 students will be using the eight
high school computers during
Lynn Schneebeck wiU provide specifics of the , computer pack-
by Paul Monach great shape from good pre-season three class periods per day.
Monica Garfield, junior Karen valuable varsity experience. The age. On August 10 the Board of
Indian Hill's state runner-up conditioning." In the years to come the com-
McCurdy, and the number two team will also rely upon new Education officially all0cated
girls' tennis team looks to defend The team's biggest problem puters will be used during all pe-
player, sophomore Lynn Nabors. varsity members Beth Myers and approximately $38,000 for the
its EHL title this year, and hopes riods of the day not only for
will be a lack of players. The However, much of last year's Neele Mack.
to advance to the state tourna- purchase of fifteen Apple I1 classes in programming, but also
number of players has been championship team is returning. In spite of the tennis team's computers - seven to be placed in as instructional aids for students
ment. temporarily cut from nine to First singles player Angela Farley most difficult schedule ever, con-
Coach Cindy Crilley is very the high school, five in Ottawa, and teachers. Another plan for
eight by an injury, and seven comes back as a senior, as does tinued success should become a
pleased about the team's progress and three at Wyandot. the future is to link up a "net-
people are needed for each match. the first doubles team of Lynn reality. Despite the shortage of "One of our goals is to get our work" for the computers so that
so far. "Everyone has excellent The team lost three varsity mem- Barton and Mamie Abbott. players, Crilley pointed out that faculty exposed to the ways com- tge high school and Ottawa can
attitude and spirit. The team is in bers from last year: graduate Senior Wendy Garfield and junior "We still have an excellent team." Photo by Chris Eaton puters can help them in instruct- share a resource room for the
TEACHERS, from page 1 Pictured above is one of the seven new high school Apple II computers ing students," commented Dr.
FELTMAN, from page 2 recently installed.
computers.
typing, home economics, and are young adults and I need only
biology. to mention that I expect you to
Other changes include projects
and facilities payed for by the
act responsibly in your behavior;
we expect your maturity. Aca-
Faculty undergoes mr nor changes man, the state of Ohio demands
that students spend a certain
Board of Education. demically, I expect you to read by John Christine and "It was hectic but great," of student interest. Ronald
amount of time in "laboratory
"Everything we've done this and write more in the develop Ron Zesch commented new assistant band Weitzenkorn is teaching the
courses." Such courses include
year has been paid for by the ment of your basic skills. The administration hired four director Dan North in regard to German I1 course which will en-
board," said Dr. Karl Feltman. Indian Hill also offers you the new teachers this summer for the the first day of school. able last year's German students see TEACHERS, page 6
on around you.888 I Besides the computers, the IH
Board of Education has already
furnished the money necessaTy
opportunity to meet new friends,
participate in extra-curricular
Indian Hill also offers you the
1982-83 school year. In addition,
four Ottawa teachers will instruct
classes in both the junior high and
North will take the place of
Steve Strider who held the posi-
tion last year and is now the head
to meet college requirements.
Weitzenkorn went to Vander-
bilt University for undergraduate
for a resurfaced gym floor, black- opportunity to meet new friends, the high school. band director. studies. He then went to Indiana
top for the parking lot, and new participate in extra-curricular The new teachers are Robert North has had eight years University in pursuit of his mas-
equipment for the cafeteria. programs, and to grow socially. Girton, Dan North, Sherry Ran- experience through working with ter's degree. When asked about
In the cafeteria, new tables, a These can be the greatest days of dall, and Ron Weitzenkorn. high school bands in Wisconsin his hobbies Weitzenkorn replied,
french fry machine, and a juice your life - enjoy them to the ful- The teachers from the junior and Indiana. He received his "I like sports."
machine have been installed. lest. high are Robert Blaney of the degree in music at Ball State Uni- Miss Martha Selzer who went
Feltman says scooped ice cream French department, Greg Hay- versity. on her sabbatical last year is re-
I wish you well during this
will be available in the near fu- ward of the social studies depart- "I think the faculty and ad- turning to the English depart-
school year and restate that I am
ture. ment, Jeff Icsman of the English ministration is the most courteous ment.
proud to be your principal. Let
Another addition to the us heed Mrs. Croskey's closing department, and Charles Wojcik and friendly I've ever met," said + * * * *
school is a new bulletin board to of the jcience department. choir teacher Sherry Randall. Several changes greeted IHers
comment at our opening day
be raised sometime before mid- Robert Girton, the new social Randall is replacing Mr. Henry this year at the high school.
meeting, "Today is the first day
September. The bulletin board, studies teacher, says he was at- Henley while he is on his sabbati- One of the more obvious
of the rest of your life."
among other things, will list tracted to Indian Hill because of cal. Randall has previously taught changes was the schedule change. photo by Chris Eaton
Yours in education,
teachers names along with their "the fine academic program . . . at Sycamore High School and The administration added four Dan North will assist Mr. Strider
room numbers in order to aid new and the people." Girton lives in Landmark Christian School. minutes onto each class period in in band and Sherry Randall will
Karl M. Feltman, Ph.D.
students. Dayton and enjoys traveling, Indian Hill is offering its last order to meet state requirements. teach choir in the absence of Mr.
Principal
camping, and gardening. German class this year due to lack According to Dr. Karl Felt- Henley.
page 2 CHIEFTAlN September 3,1982 CHIEFTAIN
September 3,1982
editorial letter from Dr. Feltman

FeItman stresses opportunity


Braves aiming to 'walk' •

For the next nine months, we all will be challenged.


Opportunity knocks in every corner of Indian Hill Reader's Digest recently Norman, toward making the
over Pioneers tonig
by Klxt Dusterberg for.
printed this Chinese proverb: "If community aware of the need and
High School, and each of us must find an appropriate you are planning for a year, sow commitment to excellence on the It should come as no surprise "Greenhills has nearly their
level of involvement. rice; if you are planning for a part of our schools. that Braves' football coach Gene entire team back from last year,
Brindise makes few predictions in so we are just going to have to be
The commitment to organizations and teams should decade, plant trees; if you are We welcome several new
terms of wins and losses. After a sound offensively and defen-
not be measured in numbers, but quality and effort planning for a lifetime, educate a teachers to the high school fac-
person." It is a proverb that few 1-9 season, predictions of great sively," the Braves' coach said,
ulty: Mr. Stephen Strider, Mr.
put forth. We are fortunate to have so many organiza- people would challenge. It is, in Dan North, Mr. Robert Gerten, success may be going out on a adding that he expects a much
limb. tougher contest than last year's
tions which give us the chance to schedule our in- fact, the basic premise for educa- Mrs. Sherry Randall, Mr. Ronald
affair with the Pioneers.
tion. Weitzenkom, Mr. Gregory Hay- "You have to crawl before
volvement in our own best interests. What is irnpor- vou walk." Brindise said, "and For the Indian Hill coaches,
Many people feel our country ward, Mr. Jeffrey Icsrnan and Mr.
tant is that we realize, at any level of involvement, has lost its competive edge among Charlie Wojcik. The faculty is you have to walk before you run. the greatest change for the team
has been in numbers. Brindise
Coach Brindise prepares his bunch for tonight's season openeu .
what it takes to make our contribution a worthwile developing nations. Whether you committed to your success and Last year we crawled, and this
year we're going to try to walk." says there are twice as many out definitely be ground-oriented this nothing.
one. That something is effort. agree or disagree, it is a fact that growth. I have asked them to
The Braves open the2 1982 this year as last year. Of the 22 season." "I'm pleased with the defen-
Of course, effort is no guarantee for success, but it to maintain the quality of our life challenge you to the utmost of
season tonight, looking to snap a starting players, 20 wiU play just Jim Arnold wiU quarterback sive effort so far," Brindise ex-
and to play a responsible role in your ability. We are a demanding
can go a long way. That is not to say we cannot have nine game losing streak against offensively or defensively. Only this year's team, trying to fill the plained. "But there is no doubt
our society, we depend upon school not only in terms of quan-
Greenhills. The Braves' only win Kevin Froehlich and Mickey void left by Dave Hancher, one of we still have to get on offense."
fun in our pursuits, but the two go hand in hand. The educated people. The high tech- tity of work requested but, more
Vogel will play both. the city's top quarterbacks. The Kevin McDonald, one of the
nology r&uiements involved in i&portantly, of work pro- las-t year came against the same
greatest enjoyment and satisfaction is most often the team on opening night, 2 1-0. The "Offensively we should be Braves struggled in two scrimmage Braves t r i a p t a h s , feels the
today's sophisticated society duced.
result of effort and dedication. In other words, we demand bright young men and I am sure you have noticed the Greenhills team the Braves play more balmiced," Brindise said. performances earlier this year, Braves are ready for opening
benefit according to what we contribute. Personal tonight is more of the "same" I,ast year we depended on the air, dropping games to Goshen and night. "As far as I'm coneraed,
women. Solutions to problems of facility improvements around the we will win. We're ready ."
tpmn than Indian Hill may hope about 2000 yards wo-d~. We will kittle Miami, one touchdown to
pride alone should encourage every individual to give improving the quality of life, school - parking lot, gymnasium, * * * * *
political stability and economic garden areas (thanks to Mrs. Larry the Australian summer as well as
his best.
We of the Chieftain staff will continually be trying
growth require the application of
well developed minds.
Paul), computers, painting and
maintenance. Our facility is en-
ATP's Ken Barton finds 350th can be fun teach.
"It redly- de~ends
* how I feel.
to give our best in the coming year. Our success is Indian Hill Hlgh School has vironmentally ready for you to by Kurt Dusterberg There are plenty of spare 40th but once held the world's Although I've been playing fairly
appealling to you, the reader. We sincerely hope you prided itself as a place of aca- accept the challenge of growth Being ranked 350th on the hours wherever Barton plays. top spot. In fact, Barton consid- well, I get a Wtle sick of it. To be
demic excellence -and student and -to prepare for the competi- tennis tour does not bring the "You spend a lot of hours prac- ers that victory the high point in really good I've got to want to
enjoy the results of our effort. achievement within a framework tiveness of today's society. You reporters out or always get you ticing and just hanghg around the his career. work, and 1 don't know if I have
letter from SC of caring for each individual stu-
dent. It has been an innovative see FELTMAN, page 6
from city to city by air,but Ken
Barton is not complaining too
courts: and 1 spend some time.
doing this." he grinned as he
"Beating Stan Smith really
gave me a lift because I've been
the dedication. Yo-I really have
to be sound enough of mind to do
SG anticipates successfuI year educational experiment; an at-
tempt to provide a program of
much.
Barton is playing in his second
motioned toward the laundry he
was prepzring to have cleaned.
rennis-wkc, things may be
crn
playing well, and to know I've
beaten his caliber ttlakes me
this."
Inevitably, the subject re-
Well, it's that time of year program depends on both the excellence in all our endeavors to yew on the Association o f Tennis realize what I am capable of." t u r ~ e dto txavd. When you have
again. By the time this has been
printed, each IH student will have
upperclassmen and the freshmen.
As outlined in our election
rival the greatest of private and
public schools in our country. @HIEFTAN Professionals (ATP) circuit, and
despite some tough times, the
picking up for Barton. Recently,
in i'ne National Revenue Classic in
How long Barton stays on the
tour is up in the air. Me will soon
earned just $10,000 ifl two years,
you cannot really say you are in it

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been assaulted many times from speech, we hope to have our Stu- For it is our tradition and heritage opportunity to travel has been Columbus, Barton beat Stan return to Australia where he has for the bucks or the glamour,
various sources with the enthusi-
astic messages of what a great
dent Government booth set up by
this Tuesday. The booth is de-
to be one of the finest secondary
institutions in the land. Our s u e -- valuable.
"I've enioyed t r a v e h g so
Smith. Smith is currently ranked the opportunity to play through although he smiles and adds, "I
think I could handle it."
-
;q-ymFvvv
year we're going to have. Tradi- signed to inform students of up- cess can only be measured in one much because I get to meet so "'The travelling is so rewarding
tionally, the fitst SG letter has coming SG events, and we hope way - the achievement of our stu- many people. I've probably because, if I hurt my back and it
been a source of this rhetoric. the student body wdl take advan- dents, past, present and future. Chieftain is written, com- stayed with 15 families since I never gets better, I can say I've
As we sat trying to write this tage of it. As I welcome vou to the posed, printed and sold as an arrived here in March," he said. seen a lot of the world and I've
greeting without all those tradi- Already, the individual classes 1982-83 year, I ask that extracurricular activity by the Barton arrived from his home beaten a player of Stan Smith's
students of Indian Hill High
tional enthusiastic phrases, we have begun planning projects like you reflect On your commitment, School. 6845 Drake Rd., Cincin- in Warrnambool, Australia, and to ability. I'm thankful for that.
found that it's not that easy. It's class floats, prom, etc. We en- motivation, and development as a nati, ohio 45243. justify expenses, it is necessary to "I've changed so much since
hard to not be at least a little courage all students to ask around person. On opening day I stated Sponsor Wm. P. Kincaid stay for: five or six months. But I've been on the tour," Barton
kurt Dusterberg the tour is not full of gla.mour for
excited when we think of a l l we and find out what needs to be that the faculty an> administra- Chris Schmalz explained. "I've learned to rely
have to look forward to. It's done to make these undertakings tion goal is to give you the oppor- Richard Stradl in^ Barton. After winning a small on instincts when I'm in situa-
events like the senior breakfast a success. tunity to become the very best News Editnr John Christine tournament earlier this year, he h."\ tions like not speaking the native
this past Tuesday that make SG members are reminded of that you are capable of becoming. Assistant News Editors Ron Zesch had the money to fly to a couple ,. '' .latr
school that much easier to come the annual retreat coming up I implore YOU t o take advantee Features Editor
Nancy Hopple
John Lllly
of cities, but it isn't always that
. +
-\
. language in foreign countries."
Although Barton studied eco-
to and the upcoming year some-
thing to look forward to.
Sunday and Monday, September of this opportunity, for the ulti- Sports Editors Paul Monach easy. "I've taken a few trains. 1 nomics and accounting at the
12 and 13 at Wildwood. Please mate benefactor is you. This Dwight Poffenberger That's not so bad, but Grey- University of Melbourne, he now
We are continuing our Big bring your permission slips and - .the theme for our school is.
vear. Magazine Editors Nancy Hopple
Kitsa Tassian
hounds are the pits," he says. feels his post-tennis future may be
BrotherIBig Sister program to your ten dollars to Mr. Dowling The 23-year-old also dislikes unrelated to his college studies
make IH's newest students feel at or one of us. Through AssiMntMagarheEditor
the satellite circuit, which is a
Achievement." partly because, "I've probably
Elizabeth Smith
,
horne. In addition to the annual
picnic tomorrow at Lake Isabella
at 12:OO p.m., the senior class is
sponsoring a Big BroIBig Sis
As we begin this new year,
let's try not to forget what we
almost lost with the June eigth
Our
This past spring the commu-
nity placed a great deal of trust in
by of the levy
Chief Typesetter Diane Remmell
Production Managers Ken Jones
David Stradling
Business/Circulation Managers
group of smaller tournaments
with prize purses between five
and ten thousand dollars. These
~ I forgotten most of it anyway."
"I think I'd like to do ~ u b l i c
relations work for someone like
levy. Money isn't all these pro- that will insure that services and Ron Jones tournaments are designed to in- Adidas or some sports company.
dance this evening at the high grams and projects need; they staff are available to provide you Paul smith crease a player's ATP ranking, but
- - -. - - .
school cafeteria from 10 p.m. need you. the finest educationallv. The stu- Photographer Chris Eaton as Barton puts it, "You don't little. I know I
Todd Adrien, Ken Barton of Austrslia has spent three y e a s on the ATP tour looking put to use
until 12. Admission is two dol- dents and staff are to be compli- Production Staff exactly get treated like a profes- up from 350th. Recently, Bmon came up with his bisgest victog, some
Make it a great year! Vicki Camardo, Lawrence the experience Ik
lars, and the feature band is Hairy mented for their fine effort, Gallant, Sam Green, Janet siond tennis player." defeating Stan Smith. gained dealing with people.
Strawberry. The success of the Todd Cox & Richard Stradling under the direction of Mr. Tom Nicolas, Joel Ruff
September 3,1982 CHIEFTAIN
taken no less than a titanic acid
romp to turn us back from the
path of wickedness. Since none
of us had either the materials or
What do you think of the new beer law? inclination for becoming critically
bent, it would seem our destinies
were rigidly set from that point
Scott Kravetz - The people that on.
Mr. Gary Gellert - I really feel it's I
By the time we got the canoes
better; it's more difficult for don't drink beer will just have to
wait one more year not to drink. into the water, it had been deter-
underage people to purchase it mined that the only*way to make
and will result in fewer accidents the trip salvagable was to commit
from alchohol on the highway. a federal crime.
have a nineteen yeardd friend.
Two uneventfd days and
Paula Distler - It doesh't matter; nights passed. The hormones or
there are always fake ID'S. enzymes or whatever was making
us aU criminatly insane were at
too high a level to ignore. We had
Jim Cook - It's good if you have a
paddled aU day. The campsites
Chris Blanchiud - It's awful. were all taken. Then the oppor-
When you're 18 you're legalfy an tunity presented itself.
adult, you have to register for Jim Arnold - If they can send us
The point jutting into the har-
the draft, you go to college, and Ken Jones - I really don't think it to war, college and let us drive, bor did not have a government-
you can get married. But you will have much impact on the we ought to be able to go into issue fire grate or latrine, but
can't even drink beer. average high school student. bars and buy beer.
someone had cleared away the
underbrush and put together a
stone fireplace. A nondesignated
campsite!! What a great place for
m y summer a federal crime. We had only to
pitch a tent to guarantee ourselves

Repression in the North Woods -


a place in yet another federal
computer!
And pitch we did. Within ten
someone hits you with a truck. Then the inevitable happened. minutes we were breaking two
But I went along with the idea; A member of the Forest Service federal statutes I know of, proba-
the whole thing held a criminal caught us red-handed. We tried to bly in addition to scores I've
by John Lilly fascination for me. It was the cop an entrapment plea, but he never even dreamed of. With that
"You have committed a fed- fascination the roulette wheel had us. He fined our counselor criminal act out of our systems,
eral offense; a crime against the holds for a compulsive gambler (who had not been present) $25 we ate, went to sleep, and awaited
U.S. government." - Ranger who knows the machine is h y p for catching ducks out of season the clampdown.
Kevin Welsh, United States Forest notizing him; yet simply can't and another $25 for erosion. It It arrived early the next morn-
Service break its vise-like hold on his seems that if you dig a hole on ing during breakfast in the form
And a pretty serious one at psyche. Uncle Sam's property, he's more of a Forest Service motorboat
that, ranger Kev. I could claim Sure enough, on a grey August than witling to make a federal bearing Ranger Kevin Welsh. A
society made me do it, but I'm morning, the bust came. A1 and I case out of it. '60's refugee from the looks of
afraid my die is already cast. I had dredged up a brilliantly fiend- Five years later, that scene him, Welsh now gets kicks out of
took on James Watt's corrupt ish idea from our black hearts flashed back to me in a sordid serving papers on eveyone in
machine and lost this summer; that morning in Superior National rush. My camping trip this sight, in effect, out of doing Jim
and although I and three of my Forest. We were unoccupied, summer had started out innocent- Watt's dirty work in the North
friends got our faces stepped simply minding our own business, ly enough: I would join A1 and Woods.
upon by the khaki-clad agent of a when we spied a family of ducks two other friends, we would drive He explained, as goons are
crypto-fascist government, I think in the lake by our campsite. What for frfteen hours, get to Minne- wont to do, that he was letting us
I feel a bit wiser for it. This was a novel way to strike back at sota, canoe for three days and off easy by fining us $50 for
the summer of my initiation. society, we thought, and a plot nights, drive back, and basically camping at a nondesignated site.
The bittersweet, deeply began to take shape between us. have a good time. They turned I gave serious considerationto hit-
moving roots of my criminal We would dig a hole, cover it out to be the most shady days of ting him over the head with
behavior date back to my up- with leaves and grass and the like, my life. something heavy @ breaking for
bringing in the vicious middle lure the ducks over, and savagely In retrospect, the mistake that Canada, a mere two miles distant,
class jungle of Chicago's western watch as they fell into the trap. released the Hyde in all four of us but I thought better of it. When
suburbs. There, I befriended a It was brilliant! ! We immediatly probably lay in our totally ignor- you're nailed, you're nailed.
fellow federal criminal-to-be; for set to work. We dug down and ing an opportunity for massive We paddled the remaining
his family's sake I'll simply call down, six inches or more, snicker- alcohol consumption on our way miles that morning, got in the
him Al. ing as we covered the pit with an through Wisconsin, an eighteen van, and drove for fdteen hours in
In the summer of 1977, A1 intricate mat of organic matter. state. For some strange reason, a contemplative, ashamed silence.
and I made a decision that would The ducks fell for it at once, stu- we decided it would be nicer to What had forced me to do it?
shape our collective destiny as no pid tame creatures that they were, ~urvivethe trip than to become Was it society? Was it me? Was it
other had up to that time. We and within ten minutes, the totally polluted on our nation's blind fate? And why did we get
decided, with our families' bless- criminal element in our souls had Interstate Highway System. busted? Was it our carelessness?
ings, to attend a camp in northern come alive. Sociopathically hys- That failure to drink exten- Was it Kevin Welsh's amazing
Minnesota. Even then, the idea terical, we watched the ducks fall sively on the way so pent up our talent as a detective? Was it that
filled me with foreboding, the into the hole and walk out again criminal urges that, by the time "Dump Watt" petition I signed in
kind of feeling you get just before for what seemed like hours. we hit Duluth, it would have June?
Page 4 CHIEFTAIN September 3,1982
disc review Rolling Stone Magazine call it a
"masterpiece," and, all critical
invasion of
by John Lilly
70's
tions. While neither band gamers cinnati area, it is hard to under-
hoopla aside, Elvis Costello and
the Attractions' Imperial Bed-
room is extremely good. Costello
Two of the most successful much radio airplay, their albums stand why they have been vir- has finally relaxed enough to feel
and critically acclaimed bands to consistently enter the top twenty. tually ignored for the past five comfortable in the easier style of
emelge from the British musical Although the Clash's latest years. Their current single release his past few records, and the re-
explosion of 1977 aretheclash album,CombatRock,hasgotten "Should I Stay or Should I Go? ," sult is the first really solid Elvis
and Elvis Costello and the Attrac- a bit of airplay even in the Cin- differs from earlier material only album in years.
in its lack of political rhetoric The first side opens with
(perhaps the change in subject "Beyond Belief," a song which
matter has finally made their can only be called great. Well
powerful, early Stones-like sound worth the price of the entire
suitable for airplay). album, the tune showcases Costel-
Taken as a whole on Combat lo's new found vocal strength over
Rock, though, the Clash have lost a tasteful Attractions%enerated
none of their political convic- background .
tions. "Know Your Rights," the After the first song, the rest of
first cut on the record sounds as if the record could very well have
it is trying to make up for been a let down, but it is not.
"Should I Stay . . . ?" in a long, Both Costello and his backing trio
tedious political rap composed seem to have reached a new tech-
mostly of warmed over ironic nical peak, delivering unexpec-
reflections on life in a "free" tedly complex licks song after
society. Unfortunately, the song song.
is pretty bad, and the message is Perhaps Costello's choice of a
lost in a beat-oriented musical new produoer, Geoff Emerick,
fog. was a wise move; Elvis' once pre-
But the band makes a strong valent (and somewhat lacking)
comeback on side one with "Car guitar work has been buried in the
.
Jamming," "Should I Stay . . ?" mix in favor of his greatly im-
and the playfully funky criticism proved singing talent. What
of Iranian "revolution," "Rock emerges is the best of all worlds;
the Casbah." An annoyingly the instrumental technique of the
arriving in history or harsh "Red Angel Dragnet" is Attractions and Costello's innova-
immediately followed by tive vocal phrasing combine to
em for roughly the first quarter of school. During the summer "'Straight to Hell," a haunting and show off his lyrics as never be-
onths, Mr. Nellis endured two serious heart attacks resulting in disturbingly beautiful treatise on fore.
the plight of the post-war Viet- * * * * *
namese. On the whole, the Clash's of-
The flipside is highlighted by fering could be described as
coming events "Overpowered by Funk" (pretty
much self-explanatory) and an
"good." Not quite as memorable
as their earlier work, but well
Timberwolf to host Go Go's appearance by Beat poet Alan
Ginsberg on "Ghetto Defendant."
worth buying. As for Imperial
Bedroom, only time will tell if it
Timberwolf Freedom Hall,Louisville "Death is a Star," the final track, is to be rightly deemed a "master-
Go Go's with A Flock of Seagulls The Who - Oct. 7, 8:00 - (mail could be the Clash's best yet. It piece."
- Sept. 6, 7:00 - good times for order only) - that's as close as must be heard.
Labor Day they will get * * * * *
Kenny Loggins - Sept. 17, 9:00 - Both theNew York Times and
he's alright
Steve Miller Band - Sept 19,7:00-
out of the closet

Hiua h n a , Dayton
Jethro Tull - Sept. 16, 7:30 -
thick as a brick
Judas Priest - Sept. 23, 7:30 -
Amen

Rupp Arena, Lexington


Fleetwood Mac with Men at
Work- Sept. 9,7:30 - super
Olivia Newton John - Sept. 19,
8:00 - next

UD Arena
R E 0 Speedwagon with Shooting
Star - Sept. 7, 8:00 - causing
"good trouble"
page 2 CHIEFTAlN September 3,1982 CHIEFTAIN
September 3,1982
editorial letter from Dr. Feltman

FeItman stresses opportunity


Braves aiming to 'walk' •

For the next nine months, we all will be challenged.


Opportunity knocks in every corner of Indian Hill Reader's Digest recently Norman, toward making the
over Pioneers tonig
by Klxt Dusterberg for.
printed this Chinese proverb: "If community aware of the need and
High School, and each of us must find an appropriate you are planning for a year, sow commitment to excellence on the It should come as no surprise "Greenhills has nearly their
level of involvement. rice; if you are planning for a part of our schools. that Braves' football coach Gene entire team back from last year,
Brindise makes few predictions in so we are just going to have to be
The commitment to organizations and teams should decade, plant trees; if you are We welcome several new
terms of wins and losses. After a sound offensively and defen-
not be measured in numbers, but quality and effort planning for a lifetime, educate a teachers to the high school fac-
person." It is a proverb that few 1-9 season, predictions of great sively," the Braves' coach said,
ulty: Mr. Stephen Strider, Mr.
put forth. We are fortunate to have so many organiza- people would challenge. It is, in Dan North, Mr. Robert Gerten, success may be going out on a adding that he expects a much
limb. tougher contest than last year's
tions which give us the chance to schedule our in- fact, the basic premise for educa- Mrs. Sherry Randall, Mr. Ronald
affair with the Pioneers.
tion. Weitzenkom, Mr. Gregory Hay- "You have to crawl before
volvement in our own best interests. What is irnpor- vou walk." Brindise said, "and For the Indian Hill coaches,
Many people feel our country ward, Mr. Jeffrey Icsrnan and Mr.
tant is that we realize, at any level of involvement, has lost its competive edge among Charlie Wojcik. The faculty is you have to walk before you run. the greatest change for the team
has been in numbers. Brindise
Coach Brindise prepares his bunch for tonight's season openeu .
what it takes to make our contribution a worthwile developing nations. Whether you committed to your success and Last year we crawled, and this
year we're going to try to walk." says there are twice as many out definitely be ground-oriented this nothing.
one. That something is effort. agree or disagree, it is a fact that growth. I have asked them to
The Braves open the2 1982 this year as last year. Of the 22 season." "I'm pleased with the defen-
Of course, effort is no guarantee for success, but it to maintain the quality of our life challenge you to the utmost of
season tonight, looking to snap a starting players, 20 wiU play just Jim Arnold wiU quarterback sive effort so far," Brindise ex-
and to play a responsible role in your ability. We are a demanding
can go a long way. That is not to say we cannot have nine game losing streak against offensively or defensively. Only this year's team, trying to fill the plained. "But there is no doubt
our society, we depend upon school not only in terms of quan-
Greenhills. The Braves' only win Kevin Froehlich and Mickey void left by Dave Hancher, one of we still have to get on offense."
fun in our pursuits, but the two go hand in hand. The educated people. The high tech- tity of work requested but, more
Vogel will play both. the city's top quarterbacks. The Kevin McDonald, one of the
nology r&uiements involved in i&portantly, of work pro- las-t year came against the same
greatest enjoyment and satisfaction is most often the team on opening night, 2 1-0. The "Offensively we should be Braves struggled in two scrimmage Braves t r i a p t a h s , feels the
today's sophisticated society duced.
result of effort and dedication. In other words, we demand bright young men and I am sure you have noticed the Greenhills team the Braves play more balmiced," Brindise said. performances earlier this year, Braves are ready for opening
benefit according to what we contribute. Personal tonight is more of the "same" I,ast year we depended on the air, dropping games to Goshen and night. "As far as I'm coneraed,
women. Solutions to problems of facility improvements around the we will win. We're ready ."
tpmn than Indian Hill may hope about 2000 yards wo-d~. We will kittle Miami, one touchdown to
pride alone should encourage every individual to give improving the quality of life, school - parking lot, gymnasium, * * * * *
political stability and economic garden areas (thanks to Mrs. Larry the Australian summer as well as
his best.
We of the Chieftain staff will continually be trying
growth require the application of
well developed minds.
Paul), computers, painting and
maintenance. Our facility is en-
ATP's Ken Barton finds 350th can be fun teach.
"It redly- de~ends
* how I feel.
to give our best in the coming year. Our success is Indian Hill Hlgh School has vironmentally ready for you to by Kurt Dusterberg There are plenty of spare 40th but once held the world's Although I've been playing fairly
appealling to you, the reader. We sincerely hope you prided itself as a place of aca- accept the challenge of growth Being ranked 350th on the hours wherever Barton plays. top spot. In fact, Barton consid- well, I get a Wtle sick of it. To be
demic excellence -and student and -to prepare for the competi- tennis tour does not bring the "You spend a lot of hours prac- ers that victory the high point in really good I've got to want to
enjoy the results of our effort. achievement within a framework tiveness of today's society. You reporters out or always get you ticing and just hanghg around the his career. work, and 1 don't know if I have
letter from SC of caring for each individual stu-
dent. It has been an innovative see FELTMAN, page 6
from city to city by air,but Ken
Barton is not complaining too
courts: and 1 spend some time.
doing this." he grinned as he
"Beating Stan Smith really
gave me a lift because I've been
the dedication. Yo-I really have
to be sound enough of mind to do
SG anticipates successfuI year educational experiment; an at-
tempt to provide a program of
much.
Barton is playing in his second
motioned toward the laundry he
was prepzring to have cleaned.
rennis-wkc, things may be
crn
playing well, and to know I've
beaten his caliber ttlakes me
this."
Inevitably, the subject re-
Well, it's that time of year program depends on both the excellence in all our endeavors to yew on the Association o f Tennis realize what I am capable of." t u r ~ e dto txavd. When you have
again. By the time this has been
printed, each IH student will have
upperclassmen and the freshmen.
As outlined in our election
rival the greatest of private and
public schools in our country. @HIEFTAN Professionals (ATP) circuit, and
despite some tough times, the
picking up for Barton. Recently,
in i'ne National Revenue Classic in
How long Barton stays on the
tour is up in the air. Me will soon
earned just $10,000 ifl two years,
you cannot really say you are in it

s#
been assaulted many times from speech, we hope to have our Stu- For it is our tradition and heritage opportunity to travel has been Columbus, Barton beat Stan return to Australia where he has for the bucks or the glamour,
various sources with the enthusi-
astic messages of what a great
dent Government booth set up by
this Tuesday. The booth is de-
to be one of the finest secondary
institutions in the land. Our s u e -- valuable.
"I've enioyed t r a v e h g so
Smith. Smith is currently ranked the opportunity to play through although he smiles and adds, "I
think I could handle it."
-
;q-ymFvvv
year we're going to have. Tradi- signed to inform students of up- cess can only be measured in one much because I get to meet so "'The travelling is so rewarding
tionally, the fitst SG letter has coming SG events, and we hope way - the achievement of our stu- many people. I've probably because, if I hurt my back and it
been a source of this rhetoric. the student body wdl take advan- dents, past, present and future. Chieftain is written, com- stayed with 15 families since I never gets better, I can say I've
As we sat trying to write this tage of it. As I welcome vou to the posed, printed and sold as an arrived here in March," he said. seen a lot of the world and I've
greeting without all those tradi- Already, the individual classes 1982-83 year, I ask that extracurricular activity by the Barton arrived from his home beaten a player of Stan Smith's
students of Indian Hill High
tional enthusiastic phrases, we have begun planning projects like you reflect On your commitment, School. 6845 Drake Rd., Cincin- in Warrnambool, Australia, and to ability. I'm thankful for that.
found that it's not that easy. It's class floats, prom, etc. We en- motivation, and development as a nati, ohio 45243. justify expenses, it is necessary to "I've changed so much since
hard to not be at least a little courage all students to ask around person. On opening day I stated Sponsor Wm. P. Kincaid stay for: five or six months. But I've been on the tour," Barton
kurt Dusterberg the tour is not full of gla.mour for
excited when we think of a l l we and find out what needs to be that the faculty an> administra- Chris Schmalz explained. "I've learned to rely
have to look forward to. It's done to make these undertakings tion goal is to give you the oppor- Richard Stradl in^ Barton. After winning a small on instincts when I'm in situa-
events like the senior breakfast a success. tunity to become the very best News Editnr John Christine tournament earlier this year, he h."\ tions like not speaking the native
this past Tuesday that make SG members are reminded of that you are capable of becoming. Assistant News Editors Ron Zesch had the money to fly to a couple ,. '' .latr
school that much easier to come the annual retreat coming up I implore YOU t o take advantee Features Editor
Nancy Hopple
John Lllly
of cities, but it isn't always that
. +
-\
. language in foreign countries."
Although Barton studied eco-
to and the upcoming year some-
thing to look forward to.
Sunday and Monday, September of this opportunity, for the ulti- Sports Editors Paul Monach easy. "I've taken a few trains. 1 nomics and accounting at the
12 and 13 at Wildwood. Please mate benefactor is you. This Dwight Poffenberger That's not so bad, but Grey- University of Melbourne, he now
We are continuing our Big bring your permission slips and - .the theme for our school is.
vear. Magazine Editors Nancy Hopple
Kitsa Tassian
hounds are the pits," he says. feels his post-tennis future may be
BrotherIBig Sister program to your ten dollars to Mr. Dowling The 23-year-old also dislikes unrelated to his college studies
make IH's newest students feel at or one of us. Through AssiMntMagarheEditor
the satellite circuit, which is a
Achievement." partly because, "I've probably
Elizabeth Smith
,
horne. In addition to the annual
picnic tomorrow at Lake Isabella
at 12:OO p.m., the senior class is
sponsoring a Big BroIBig Sis
As we begin this new year,
let's try not to forget what we
almost lost with the June eigth
Our
This past spring the commu-
nity placed a great deal of trust in
by of the levy
Chief Typesetter Diane Remmell
Production Managers Ken Jones
David Stradling
Business/Circulation Managers
group of smaller tournaments
with prize purses between five
and ten thousand dollars. These
~ I forgotten most of it anyway."
"I think I'd like to do ~ u b l i c
relations work for someone like
levy. Money isn't all these pro- that will insure that services and Ron Jones tournaments are designed to in- Adidas or some sports company.
dance this evening at the high grams and projects need; they staff are available to provide you Paul smith crease a player's ATP ranking, but
- - -. - - .
school cafeteria from 10 p.m. need you. the finest educationallv. The stu- Photographer Chris Eaton as Barton puts it, "You don't little. I know I
Todd Adrien, Ken Barton of Austrslia has spent three y e a s on the ATP tour looking put to use
until 12. Admission is two dol- dents and staff are to be compli- Production Staff exactly get treated like a profes- up from 350th. Recently, Bmon came up with his bisgest victog, some
Make it a great year! Vicki Camardo, Lawrence the experience Ik
lars, and the feature band is Hairy mented for their fine effort, Gallant, Sam Green, Janet siond tennis player." defeating Stan Smith. gained dealing with people.
Strawberry. The success of the Todd Cox & Richard Stradling under the direction of Mr. Tom Nicolas, Joel Ruff
Page 6 CHIEFTAIN September 3,1982

Sferfmeyer sfrengthens IH soccer sports quiz


Vol. 32 No. 1
by Dwight Poffenberger time, coaching both- soccer and Vockell are aided on the junior 1. Which former Major League September 3,1982
Losing 13 seniors, an average baseball and they enjoy working varsity level by Steve Thompson. baseball player played the
team might hope for a .500 sea- with young people. When asked Thompson is a University of Cin- most consecutive years with Indian Hill High School
son but not Indian Hill's varsity why he liked working with cinnati student and has played one team? Cincinnati, Ohio 45243
soccer team. Under new head younger people, Niehaus an- collegiate soccer. Thompson 2. Who was the first miler to
coach Randy Stertmeyer and his swered, "They're a hell of a lot seems to love the work so far and break the four minute barrier?
assistants Jim Vockell and Jack more fun. It makes you stay says of his players, "They are as 3. Who is the only player to win
Niehaus, the Braves are aiming to
repeat as league champions. If
the players are able to stay clear
younger yourself."
The Braves opened camp
August 2nd with conditioning
good a group of kids as you'll
find." He feels the first couple
games are important to develop
the Grand Slam of tennis
(Wimbledon, U .S.
French Open,
Open,
Australian
High school acquires seven Apple computers
of injuries, Stertmeyer feels, which lasted two weeks. More the confidence of his very young Open)? by Lawrence Gallant the school district. Ottawa and faculty, and administrators to Moore. "Another goal is t o give
"We've got a real shot at it." than fifty young men appeared team. Asked about his goal this 4. Which former baseball player The h& school has recently Wyandot also received computers. investigate the opportunities our eigth grade students as well as
Stertmeyer, Niehaus, and ready to "want, work, and win" season, Thompson joked, "If we holds the record for the most purchared seven new computers As far back as the summer of available to the district. The our future graduating seniors
Vockell are all Indian Hill resi- again this year. Having lost all don't go 17-0,I will resign." hits in a nine-inning game? through a Board of Education 1981, administrators saw the need committee was headed by Dr. basic knowledge in the field of
dents who have jobs that they three goalkeepers, the team hopes With the new coaching staff, 5. When was the last time the decision. to integrate a program of com- Bryan Moore, curriculum director computers."
joke are only "hobbies." When Andy Hall can lead the defense the Braves hope to develop many Bengals made the playoffs According to Mrs. Karen puter literacy into the curriculum of the school district. To accomplish this, instruc-
asked why he took the coaching this season. The midfield is the young players but also complete a prior to last season? Edgecomb, the high school's on all levels. They felt that both According to Dr. Moore the tion will be given to fifth graders
job, Stertmeyer replied, "I believe stronghold of this year's team led successful season. One thing is computer programming teacher, students and faculty needed committee reported back t o the in Wyandot and eigth graders in
in the sport and the school sys- by captains Jeff Graham and Dan certain at Indian Hill, soccer is ANSWERS the purchase was the frrst part of knowledge of how computers Board in March with recommen- Ottawa on the capabilities and
tem. We're fortunate to have the Greene. The offense is looking growing. EL61 'S a three-part plan. The Board of operate and how they can be used dations regarding what types of impact of computers. '
opportunity." All three coaches for leadership from seniors Coach Niehaus commented on L 'Uauua$S a w a x -p Education approved the plea to in all academic fields. hardware (i-e. computers, print- For the future, the administra-
feel they are fortunate in having a Dwight Poffenberger and Ron his new job, "We see some tre- Jam? pox * ! develop a sophisticated computer In January of this year a ers, etc.) and software (i.e. pro- tion plans not only to increase the
type of job that allows so much Zesch to put many Mr. Balls into mendous talent coming up. It rappueg ~ a % o x'2 education ~ r o ~ a throughout
m committee was formed of parents, grams) would be needed. The number of "computer literacy
time off. All three have been Mr. Net. will be a blast being part of it. salouo a1owgpg Board agreed to fmance the pro- units" but also to put the present
involved in athletics for a long Stertmeyer, Niehaus, and Ow day in the sun is coming." ay1 Y7W £2 'uosqqo?j syoo1g '1 . . ject on the sole condition that the computers in use more often. For
school tax levy passed on June 8. the frrst semester approximately
Experienced netters aiming for the state title When the levy passed, the
committee began working o n the
65 students will be using the eight
high school computers during
Lynn Schneebeck wiU provide specifics of the , computer pack-
by Paul Monach great shape from good pre-season three class periods per day.
Monica Garfield, junior Karen valuable varsity experience. The age. On August 10 the Board of
Indian Hill's state runner-up conditioning." In the years to come the com-
McCurdy, and the number two team will also rely upon new Education officially all0cated
girls' tennis team looks to defend The team's biggest problem puters will be used during all pe-
player, sophomore Lynn Nabors. varsity members Beth Myers and approximately $38,000 for the
its EHL title this year, and hopes riods of the day not only for
will be a lack of players. The However, much of last year's Neele Mack.
to advance to the state tourna- purchase of fifteen Apple I1 classes in programming, but also
number of players has been championship team is returning. In spite of the tennis team's computers - seven to be placed in as instructional aids for students
ment. temporarily cut from nine to First singles player Angela Farley most difficult schedule ever, con-
Coach Cindy Crilley is very the high school, five in Ottawa, and teachers. Another plan for
eight by an injury, and seven comes back as a senior, as does tinued success should become a
pleased about the team's progress and three at Wyandot. the future is to link up a "net-
people are needed for each match. the first doubles team of Lynn reality. Despite the shortage of "One of our goals is to get our work" for the computers so that
so far. "Everyone has excellent The team lost three varsity mem- Barton and Mamie Abbott. players, Crilley pointed out that faculty exposed to the ways com- tge high school and Ottawa can
attitude and spirit. The team is in bers from last year: graduate Senior Wendy Garfield and junior "We still have an excellent team." Photo by Chris Eaton puters can help them in instruct- share a resource room for the
TEACHERS, from page 1 Pictured above is one of the seven new high school Apple II computers ing students," commented Dr.
FELTMAN, from page 2 recently installed.
computers.
typing, home economics, and are young adults and I need only
biology. to mention that I expect you to
Other changes include projects
and facilities payed for by the
act responsibly in your behavior;
we expect your maturity. Aca-
Faculty undergoes mr nor changes man, the state of Ohio demands
that students spend a certain
Board of Education. demically, I expect you to read by John Christine and "It was hectic but great," of student interest. Ronald
amount of time in "laboratory
"Everything we've done this and write more in the develop Ron Zesch commented new assistant band Weitzenkorn is teaching the
courses." Such courses include
year has been paid for by the ment of your basic skills. The administration hired four director Dan North in regard to German I1 course which will en-
board," said Dr. Karl Feltman. Indian Hill also offers you the new teachers this summer for the the first day of school. able last year's German students see TEACHERS, page 6
on around you.888 I Besides the computers, the IH
Board of Education has already
furnished the money necessaTy
opportunity to meet new friends,
participate in extra-curricular
Indian Hill also offers you the
1982-83 school year. In addition,
four Ottawa teachers will instruct
classes in both the junior high and
North will take the place of
Steve Strider who held the posi-
tion last year and is now the head
to meet college requirements.
Weitzenkorn went to Vander-
bilt University for undergraduate
for a resurfaced gym floor, black- opportunity to meet new friends, the high school. band director. studies. He then went to Indiana
top for the parking lot, and new participate in extra-curricular The new teachers are Robert North has had eight years University in pursuit of his mas-
equipment for the cafeteria. programs, and to grow socially. Girton, Dan North, Sherry Ran- experience through working with ter's degree. When asked about
In the cafeteria, new tables, a These can be the greatest days of dall, and Ron Weitzenkorn. high school bands in Wisconsin his hobbies Weitzenkorn replied,
french fry machine, and a juice your life - enjoy them to the ful- The teachers from the junior and Indiana. He received his "I like sports."
machine have been installed. lest. high are Robert Blaney of the degree in music at Ball State Uni- Miss Martha Selzer who went
Feltman says scooped ice cream French department, Greg Hay- versity. on her sabbatical last year is re-
I wish you well during this
will be available in the near fu- ward of the social studies depart- "I think the faculty and ad- turning to the English depart-
school year and restate that I am
ture. ment, Jeff Icsman of the English ministration is the most courteous ment.
proud to be your principal. Let
Another addition to the us heed Mrs. Croskey's closing department, and Charles Wojcik and friendly I've ever met," said + * * * *
school is a new bulletin board to of the jcience department. choir teacher Sherry Randall. Several changes greeted IHers
comment at our opening day
be raised sometime before mid- Robert Girton, the new social Randall is replacing Mr. Henry this year at the high school.
meeting, "Today is the first day
September. The bulletin board, studies teacher, says he was at- Henley while he is on his sabbati- One of the more obvious
of the rest of your life."
among other things, will list tracted to Indian Hill because of cal. Randall has previously taught changes was the schedule change. photo by Chris Eaton
Yours in education,
teachers names along with their "the fine academic program . . . at Sycamore High School and The administration added four Dan North will assist Mr. Strider
room numbers in order to aid new and the people." Girton lives in Landmark Christian School. minutes onto each class period in in band and Sherry Randall will
Karl M. Feltman, Ph.D.
students. Dayton and enjoys traveling, Indian Hill is offering its last order to meet state requirements. teach choir in the absence of Mr.
Principal
camping, and gardening. German class this year due to lack According to Dr. Karl Felt- Henley.

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