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Don't worry-Bengals would have blown it sports quiz Vol. 32 No. 3


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1. Who is the Bengals' Player
Representative?
2. In Canadian football, how
many downs is a team allowed
in which to get a first down?
3. What Major League Baseball
October 8, 1982
Indian Hill High School
Cincinnati, Ohio 45243
CtChief tain
John Lilly wins NCTE writing award-
manager earned his first divi-
sional title this year in 23

by Kurt Dusterberg
l3 years as a manager?
4. Reds' pitcher Mario Soto last
Saturday broke the Reds' sea- by Win Wells and Paul Smith
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were eligible to enter the rom- - One ot them was an exam essay English Department. The De-
son strike-out record formerly Senior John Lilly recently petition. The maximum number on The American Dream which he partment's past record shows this
All I hear about the NF L
strike is that nobody wins. held by whom? won the National Council of of entries from each was limited had previously written. The clearly. For the last 11 years an
Except the Cleveland Browns. photo by Chris Eaton 5. The Paris Grand Prix is an Teachers of English Writing by the Council to two. second was a timed essay, which I.H. student has won the
Maybe you missed it, but The fans jammed "All American Football" stadium in Kenwood to see event in what sport? Achievement award. To win the award, Lilly sub- he wrote about the importance of Council's award. Last year's re-
while the rest of the National a bigger-than4ife Glen Cameron try to hoId the Cleveland Browns' Lilly, along with Peter Carr, mitted two essays last spring. writing in light of modem tech- cipient of this award was John
Football League's players spent offense. ANSWERS represented IH in the writing nology. Lilly had one hour to Ries.
the third weekend of football competition. Carr has yet to hear compie.te the latter essay. When Lilly has won several English
disk, followed by a complicated Pete Johnson and Mike Pruitt.
playing with the kids or giving the reading of a spinning dial (once it Cleveland got in the endzone first from the NCTE. asked about his entries Lilly awards throughout his high school
The council recognized 850 commented, "I felt that both career. Three years ago he was a
dog a bath, the Cleveland Browns had stopped, of course). on a 49 pass play from Sipe to
and Cincinnati Bengals played out of 7,000 high school student were pretty good." member of I.H.'s freshman Eng-
This system has some major Reggie Rucker. Don't ask for a
their regularly scheduled game in shortcomings. For example, on description of the score. The dial participants throughout the Lilly, along with the other 850 lish team which placed first in the
the privacy of my home. Sorry fourth down and twenty, the landed on "49 yard completion." country for their outstanding winners will be listed in a book of Ohio district. During his sopho-
Bengal fans, the Browns slipped writing ability. recognition sent out by the more year he placed third in the
Bengals ran off tackle. The Ben- The Bengals defense was defend-
past our AFC champs, 17-13. gals also threw the bomb on ing against the draw play. The National Council of Tea- National Council. This book will state individually. Lilly also re-
I know, you don't think I t e second and goal from the two. Pete Johnson plowed in for a chers of English is a professional be sent to universities across the cently achieved National Merit
got both goal posts in the air. Let But to justify such illogical plays, score from five yards out late in said Louis Breeden intercepted organization consisting of mem- nation and will serve as a recom- semi-finalist ranking.
me explain. a l l I had t o do was think back to the first quarter, and Jim Breech for the Bengals rather than Riley, bers from all levels of instruction. mendation for the winners. NCTE recommends the award
During last year's baseball added a field goal from 37 yards he would have returned it for a The goal of the council is to in- Lily is now eligible to enter finalists for college admissions
the days when Homer Rice was
strike, sportscasters staged coach. out to give the Bengals a 10-7 lead score. crease the effectiveness of tea- another writing competition, this and scholarships. Their names are
imaginary dream games. I figured I also have a system to deter- at the half. Breech's field goal On a happy note, no players chers in teaching the English being the Scholastic Writing sent to admissions offices and
if the 1927 Yankees could play was set up by a Ken Riley inter- were injured in the game. I'm language and literature in the na- Awards to be held later this year. English department chairpersons
mine who plays and who is the
the 1976 Reds, why can't the fairly certain of this because there tion's schools and colleges. NCTE Upon Lilly's request, the National at over 3000 U.S. colleges and
goat or the hero. Basically, it's ception. Why Ken Riley? I like
Bengals and Browns play their whoever I want. I kept a few him. is not an "injury" disk. Can you furnishes such teaching aids as Council of English Teachers wiU universities, so the award should
scheduled game? That is when I stats just for kicks. Ken Ander- Cleveland tied the game at imagine spinning the dial only t o books and recordings, and it pub- submit for him one of his winning help LiUy get into the college of
son was 15-for-26 with two inter- 10-10 on a 34 yard field goal, but to find your free safety has lishes several professional journals essays to the Scholastic Writing his choice, which is &ward.
pulled out an old game made by
damaged knee cartilage? such as College English and Eng- Senior John Lilly was nationally competition.
Cadaco called "All American ceptions for 210 yards. Brian Breech hit a 47 yarder to put the
lish Journal. recognized for his outstanding Lilly's award is yet another
Football." Sipe had a great day, hitting 16 of Bengals back on top by three. Granted, the choice of plays All high schools in the U.S.
Several years ago I played the 23 passes for 251 yards and two Midway through the fourth writing ability. mark of excellence for the I.H.
may be a little off beat and I'm

Dr. Boston receives Straight award


game daily, featuring top-notch interceptions. Cris Collinsworth, quarter Greg Pruitt scored from not sure I could seat Riverfront rolled." The Straight building
college matchups. I never
learned the rules t o the game, but
Steve Krieder, Dan Ross and Issac
Curtis each caught four passes.
two yards away and with the
conversion brought the score to
Stadium's capacity in my living
room, but don't laugh. It's either -
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I had a system that worked. Both teams had good scoring 17-13 in the Browns favor. this or watching the Calgary Currently, 400 students are
by Ken Jones Indian Hill students in the "It was on the plane ride back involved with Straight, and the
That's all that mattered. Each chances early in the iirst quarter, I'm not sure what went wrong. Stampeders vs. the Winnipeg Blue Indian Hill School District National Straight Organization in that I decided I was going t o
play involved the random selec- but fumbted inside the ten yard Maybe I should have let Turk Bombers in the Canadian Football facility at Mt. Repose can not
Superintendent Dr. Robert B o s St. Petersburg. They said that a help," stated Dr. Boston. 'We handle all the students wishing t o
tion of an offensive and defensive line. I blamed the fumbles on Schoenert play. Maybe if I had League. ton was presented with an award Straight program was needed drew up a time schedule and enroll. Therefore. an expansion of
PUZZLE, from p. 7
matics in an almost perfect bal- which. Also, if P and R are both 19 Retsnoms who were there. that one as much as I do. Check
in connection with his efforts in
obtaining a Straight Inc. drug re-
habilitation center in the Cincin-
desperately in Cincinnati to save
the expenses of constantly travel-
ling to St. Petersburg for treat-
committed ourselves to it and
within six months we had a
Straight program in Cincinnati
the building has been
double the possible working load
and assure a place for all those
to
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ance. The answers are numbers, Two left, leaving 17 Retsnoms, in the next issue for another nati area. men t. with fifty students already en- who need help.
factorable, then the product PR
but the method for determining each with 17 eyes, giving a total mindbender from the rich world The award was presented at a
will have more factors than P and
them is largely one of nonmathe- eye count of 289 in the room. of logic. banquet attended by representa-
R. Again, this would not fit the
matical reason. I hope that all of you enjoued tive delegates from the church,
described condition. Therefore, P I
The fvst problem asks for the and R must be equal and non- the schools, the judicial system,
number of ears and Retsnoms in factorable or prime. Now that we
GOLF, from -p. 13 local industries, and various con-
the restauant, as well as the know what our restrictions are, in first and the Squaws in last. cerned parents of Cincinnati.
victory of the season against
number of ears per Retsnom. we can deal with a much more The girls were tripped up in I Their purpose was to confirm
Taylor. Despite the extremetly
Clearly, if we replace the words manageable set of selections. In their first match of the season by the continuation of the Straight
hilly Shawnee Lookout course,
"ears," "ears per Retsnom" and fact, there are only two prime a surprisingly strong Centerville program in Cincinnati. The main
the girls finished with a convin-
"Retsnoms" with the respective squares between 170 and 520. team at River Fend September speaker of the night was Dr.
cing win, 228-265. McVicker was
letters E, P and R, we need only They are 289, the square of 17, Robert L. DuPont, Director of
medalist with a 45. 9. Although the girls lost 202-
find two of the three numbers, and 361, which is 19 squared. 243, senior Ann Stuart had on of the National Institute on Drug
In its fust home match of
because PR=E. Our task can then Since you know that the number her best rounds ever. "I played a Abuse in Washington. His subject
the season, the team hosted Mid-
be simplified as finding R and P. of eyes is less than the number of really strong game. It's too bad was the problem of drug abuse in
dletown and Greenville on the
Well, in the fust place, if P and R the last ten years and what has
ears, you have all your answers. rain-soaked Camargo Country we had to lose. I'm sure we'll
been done to reverse its spreading . ,A .# - e -2
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were two different numbers, then Originally there were 361 ears in Club course. The final scores beat them, however, when they , C , F , [ \
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you would not know whch was trend. architecturai drawingby ~ a k kR. Gore
the room, distributed at a rate of were 230-273-282 with Greenville come to Camargo," Stuart said. Dr. Boston became involved Pictured at left is the proposed expansion or the Straight I ~ c kacility
. located in Mt. Repose. The expanded
with Straight when he visited four facility may double Straight's capabilities and assure a place for all those who need help.
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as I see it
Bergman offers another
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Over the years, 1ndGn Hill students have had much


to be proud of. The accomplishments of our school pep rally a\ rnative in Canada over the summer
by D w e t Poffenberger d*k.
swimming across a
lake. MAYpeople
don't think bears
., athleticallv and at everv level in
academicallv. by John Bergman
One of the subjects which
should do no less, but it is impos-
sible for them to do any more.
Surprisingly, teachers really do One hour away from the can swim.
between have been outstanding. There is little debate interesting things over the sum- marina, Wessinger fished at Dallas The highlight of
presents itself each school year is What makes extracurricular
there. The debate lies in whether IH students aP- that of school spirit Everyone acthities so valuable and mean- mer. This summer math teacher Falls. Below the rapids he fished Wessinger's summer
Robert Wessinger recouperated with live night crawlers for wall- was a 15 pound
preciate the accomplishments of their peers. seems to have an infinite number ingful is that they are generally
from the school year by fishing in eye in the early morning and late northern pike he
- This past the freshman English team failed of suggestions for boosting morale motivated by genuine desire. The
the wjlds of Canada. evening. caught on the last
and encouraging active student student who attends games regu-
to win first place in state competition for the first participation. One method which luly does not do so he
He took a total of four one For each trip Wessinger used trip. The fish is the
week fishing trips 200 miles north close to 200 night crawlers, so biggest Wessinger
time in six years. Some IHers looked down upon the is always reverted to is the pep toid to in a wild tirade. He goes
of Toronto where the French now he has started raising them in has ever caught up
squad's second place finish as if it were no great
- rally- because he likes sports
. - and enjoys
. .
River enters the Georgian Bay. A an old mailbox. He says, "I'm there, so he is
Several times per quarter, supporting his school team in its
couple times he took his sons, and going to try it. I have nothing to having it mounted.
accomplishment' Even some of the team members sometimes more often than 0th- athletic endeavors. These stu- one time he went with fellow IH lose." Wessinger plans to save
themselves felt bad bf2~2iusethey had failed to follow ers, a mandatory assembly is held dents would, and do, support our
'
The fish was caught
teacher Lloyd Noble. Wessinger some money using them next on a Williams Wab-
the ~recedentset before them. What these students to honor and cheer on our atuet- teams even if all pep rallies
often gets asked, 'Why don't you summer. ler which is a half
overlooked is the distinction of having the second ic department. We are, O ~ ~ ~ O U Sceased. ~ Y , But, in fact, that is not just live up there?" since the 700 Many of the other lakes
all interested in having a moti- what I am suggesting. gold, half silver
best freshman English team in the state of Ohio. vated enthusiastic I merely propose that a quiet
mile drive takes thirteen hours Wessinger fished he named him- spoon Hith ten Mr. Wessinger holds up a nice string ofw.lleyes
one way. self. He named one island Rattle- pound test line. He caught by Mr. Noble and him this summer near
Some schools have never had one of their teams body,- . but I, for one, have several study hall be designated for
Wessinger camped at a variety snake Island because he killed two Georgian Bay.
hooked the fish in a
place, and we place seven or eight every year. reservations about the way in ,, *wyone who does not wish to
of lakes but was based at the rattlesnakes there. "Most people clear area and took .
which pep rallies are dictated, attend a given pep rally. There
Even in we forget what it means to win the and after much thought and are enough students who enjoy
Hatley Bay Marina. There he left don't think they are that far his time landing it. "It would not four hours.
his car and rented his boat. north," Wessinger said. He heard fit in tlie net," he said. Having taken four trips this
EHL or better yet, place in the state- When our girls' consideration. I have decided to pep rallies to give them enthui- Somehow he managed to get all one snake beside his tent and They ended up putting half summer, Wessinger hopes to take
varsitv tennis team finished second in the state last use this column as a vlatform for tic support. But those students
his supplies for a week into a killed it by throwing rocks at it. the fish in the net and holding the four more next summer. Recent-
year, IHers wondered why they didn't take first. It's m g my opinions on the que* who have no interest in pep rallies fourteen foot boat, including all Believe it or not, he ate both other half. Wessinger and a friend ly he bought his own boat and is
tion, "Should the present pep will not be motivated by a his gas for the motor. He did not snakes.
as if it were assumed that we will win the state tennis - .-< oolicv
- remain
- as it is. or are mandatory assembly and should
took the fish back to the marina ready to test it out. The next
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nBeZ to bring beverages since the By being careful not to leave to be frozen so it could be thing you know he will move up
title. Again, other schools go bananas if they can there SO, fundamental aspects be able to enjoy a quiet,peaceful lake water is clean enough to out food, Wessinger reported he mounted. The ordeal took them there.
even send a team to state competition. of that policy that should be period.
That's not t o say we are like other schools in talent - I also must state here that I
and achievement or that we should lay back on our
C h a ~ ~ ~of ~ i nof tthe - -
view
of students and teachers who are
fmd the ratio of recognition given
to sports as opposed to academ-
SoccerSquawsoptimisticabout Sectionals ,elley st,f0,

laurels of ~ a s attainments.
t Nor should each student in favor of the current pep ratly ics, and, most especially, the Arts, kicked in a comer kick. Chris
by Shelley Stanforth about their chances. Hiett had the ball kicked out of
go berserk upon hearing of another IH student's sue- policy can best be examined if it terribly disproportionate. It The varsity girl's soccer team
Hall scored twice while Holly
is molded to fit the opinion of the would be very nice if an occa- The Squaws lost a heart- her hands on the first Sycamore Rodes managed a hat trick.
opened the EHL t ~ ~ r ~ ~ a m a e n breaker
t
cesses. On the We just a'r1itt1e stating stereotypical, ever energetic, al- sional assembly, also optional,
much improved team. This Year
to Sycamore, 2-1, in the goal. The Squaw's goal was Robin Hiett earned. the shut-out.
of the facts is necessary t o put things in perspective; ways cheerful student with spirit would be held for the purpose of opening round. The winning goal headed in by Robin Bransom off One game the Squaws felt
is the first for the tournament, was scored on a penalty kick with a comer kick. they should have won but did not
'0 bum. That student Steps for- recognizing and encouraging those
we have a whole lot to be proud of and a little pride and the Squaws are optimistic two seconds left. Goalie Robin Having lost to Sycamore, 5-0, came against Loveland. The score
ward to say pep rallies are an students, and there are many at
never hurt anyone. excellent and essential part of any our school, who excel in non- early in the season, the Squaws ended u p 1-1 thanks to Chris
campaign to raise school spirit. athletic areas. were ready to retaliate. Coach Hall's penalty kick. Freshman
They are the best ways to show I certainly dori't want to come McFadden said, ''They were lucky Julie Picker played strong defense
full school support to our sports across as being against sports. I to win that game and know it." at stopper to hold Loveland to
STAFF program.
Sports are an important part
am as proud as anyone of our
teams. I wish them well and
The girls knew that they were
prepared for the Sycamore game
one goal.
The Squaws turned their
Chieftain is written, corn- Photographer Eaton of air school life, and the people rejoice in their successes. I offer because of their performance in season around in a 1-0 win over
posed, printed and sold as an Typsetters savithri Raju, who participate and excel in them hearty ~ ~ n g r a t ~ l atot i all
~ n in-
~ the Kettering Alter game. The Madiera. It was the team's fnst
extra-curricular activity by the . Karen Wiedemer should be iven all the credit we
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volved. The question 1 hope to Dayton team had shut out Cin- league victo~y. The Squaws
students of Indian Hill High Contributers Chris Hugs can give them. Making the as- raise is not one of value but, cinnati's best in previous games. controlled the game, keeping the
School, 6845 Drake Rd., Cincin- Rosemary Ward, Scott Kra- With an outstanding performance
nati, Ohio 45243. semblies mandatory is the only rather one of balance. I offer my ball in Madeira's end of the field
vetz, Win Wells, John Berg-
Sponsor Wm. P. Kincaid man, ~ o u gThompson, GUS Way that the school has for point of view with no intention to the Squaws only lost 2-0. but not scoring until late in the
Editors Kurt Dusterberg Gordon, Ken Jones, Elbie insuring the maximum acceptance offend anyone, but with the hope In a close game at Milford the 4th quarter when Shelley
Chris Schmalz
Richard Stradling
Shelley Stanforth, of the cause - student participa- that it will be considered as an Squaws again were scored on in Stanforth kicked one in. ,The
Brad Smith, Duff Lanagan the final minutes of the game.
tion. Besides, a little noise is a victory helped set the scene for
News Editors John Christine
Ron Zesch
Kevin Walzer. Peter Carr.
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Alvord, ~ n n ; Richards, Beth
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small ~ r i c e to P ~ Yfor the
alternative idea.
news short The game ended up tied, 1-1. the rest of the season.
Assistant News Editor Dorward. Brian Rowe. Law- boosting of morale that we all Birdie Manzler scored the lone Having come back from a slow
Nancy Hopple
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goal for Indian Hill.
Sports Editors Paul Monach
Dwight Poffenberger
rence Gallant, Janet Nicolas,
Jeff Gibson, David Stradling
need from time to time.
As I see it, there are certain
1H Key Club Sponsors The fnst game the Squaws
start the Squaws are optimistic
about sectional play. Their fust
Production Staff Todd
Magazine Editors Nancy Hopple basic problems with the present finally put it all together was game is against Cincinnati
Kitsa Tassia n
Adrien, Vicki Camardo, Law-
rence Gallant. Barbara Hug,
bake sale next Tuesday a 2-1 win over Ursula. Holly Country Day. The Squaws then
Assistant Magazine Editor
pep rally program. Basically, the
Chris Hug, AlfonSO Borja Mor- Rodes and Chris Hall put the ball face Anderson if they win.
Elizabeth Smith problems can be put into the The Key Club will be sponsor-
ant, Janet Nicolas, Joel Ruff,
category of over-emphasis. In the in the net. As a team the Squaws Anderson is top seed in the city,
Chief Typesetter Diane Remmell Kevin Walzer, Elizabeth Gor- ing a bake sale next Tuesday.
Production Managers Ken Jones first place, the very essence of the played their best game of the but is not unbeatable. The
man. Joe Alexander. Jennifer Proceeds from this sale and the as
itk ken. season.
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David Stradling David ~ r a h a m , Dan photo by Chris Eaton Squaws are now amious to get by
word "spidt." students and fac- of yet undecided November fund-
Business/Circulation Managers Holly Rodes puts her shoulder into a Deer Park fullback in hopes of The Squaws biggest win of the
Ron Jones
RosenthalfAndy Rob ulty can encourage other students raising project will benefit Easter Anderson and hope to get another
McVicker, Margot Ayers controlling the ball. year came against Deer Park, 6-0.
Paul Smith to become involved, and they %als. shot at Sycamore.
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October opinion
8,1982 CHIEFTAIN page 3
thousands of Jewish survivors of

CC Braves expected 2nd in EHL tational, on September 21. The


Braves placed third out of ten in
Kravetz defendsuctions of Israel
Hitler's "final solution" sought

-slammed
f u g e - ~ ~the
e s door
I Y I ein
. b their
u t t h faces,
e~ntih
by Paul Monach at Oxford on Tuesday. Although meet, and this is their home their division, missing second by by Scott Kravetz Balfour Declaration, which state called TransJordan and put them in their own con-
The cross country team-has the Braves lost, 25-33, it was still course." Wyoming is currently only two points. Stradling's third Sunday, June 7, 1981, 4:41 recognized the fact that Jews had (Jordan). centration camps The Jews in
had mixed success recently but a good showing, because the team the top-ranked AA team in the place finish and McVicker's tenth P.M. fourteen Israeli jets roar maintained direct ties with their In 1939, World War I1 started, Palestine could not accept this
has continued to dominate EHL was minus three runners due to city. Top times for the Braves place led the team and were good down the runways at Etzion Air homeland for over 3,000 years, which saw Jewish volunteers from and organized underground
competition. The team has been illness and iniury. Richard Strad- were posted by Stradling and Paul for medals. This meet was a Force Base in the Sinai Desert and pledged British support for Palestine fighting with the British groups to fight the British.
preparing for the EHL meet next ling finished first for the first time Monach on the hilly course. definite improvement over a third Their target: the Iraqi nuclear the establishment of a Jewish against the Nazis, while Hitler and In November of 1947, the
Tuesday at Sycamore high school this year after many second and The Braves' most recent EHL place finish to Hamilton and Tay- complex at El-Tuwaitha 10.5 homeland in Palestine. his killers wiped out the Jewish United Nations Gereral Assembly
with hard workouts and meets third place finishes. Rob meet came at Glen Este on Sep- lor at Hamilton four days earlier. miles Southeast of Bagdad. In 1922, the League of communities of Europe. Millions terminated the British mandate
leading up to the EHL Coach McVicker finished fourth overall tember 27. The Braves, with 33 The girls' cross country team, Two hours later, after exe- Nations formally entrusted the of men, women, and children, by approving the Partition Plan. .
Jim Benken expressed himself and second on the team. points, easily defeated Glen Este, although not fielding the required cuting operation Babylon with British with a Mandate which was who commited no crimes, were This plan divided Palestine into .
plainly, "I won't be too happy if The team's previous match with 65, and Madeira, with 68, five runners, has shown a great awesome precision, these aircraft to incorporate the Balfour Decla- herded into death camps and two states, one Arab and one
we don't finish second in the was at Wyoming on Wednesday, while narrowly missing non-league deal of progress recently. The would be on their way back home ration. The mandate stretched murdered in Hitler's gas cham- Jewish. .
league." Defending champion September 29. While this was Norwood, with 27 points. Strad- team, consisting of junior and top to Israel, leaving the Osirak nuc- across both sides of the Jordan bers. - On May 14,1948, the People's '

Sycamore will almost certainly re- also a setback, this time by a ling and McVicker once again led runner Barb Neu and sophomores lear reactor in flaming ruins. River, including the West Bank. Although not quick to admit Council proclaimed the estab-
it, the governments of America, . . lishrnent of the state of Israel. On
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tain their title. 19-3$ score, Benken considered .


the team. Ann Fitzmaurice, Loren Lytle, . The destruction of the reactor Later in 1922, in order to please '

The Braves' most recent con- the meet a success. 'We gained - is considered an act- of "barbaric England, and other allied nation6 * that same day, the British handed
the oil rich Arabs, the British cut
The team's most impressive and Stephanie Savage, has run in
frontation was against Talawanda points on them from our last finish came at the Sycamore Invi- four of the last five meets the var- aggression" by many people. away 80% of the Jewish knew about these atrocities long over their heavy weapons and
sity has run. Sometimes there are These people obviously do not homeland according to the before these camps were liberated strategic positions to the Arab$.
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. The next day, the British Army '


Crilley pleased with sectionals
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no girls from the other teams. know the situation that Israel was League of Nations mandate, and in 1945.
in. The Iraqis had been con- created a new Palestinian Arab After World War 11, many pulled out as the regular armies of
structing a secret complex deep 1 1 Jordan, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon,
by Ellen Alvord the other 14 schools. team does it." And when asked over Madeira, Sycamore, Turpin, under the reactor where nuclear ( .
1 HOWdo you feel about the present situation in 1 Egypt, and Saudi Arabia invaded
With the help of Angela Far- Coach Cindy Crilley commented, to comment on Indian Hill's per- Deer Park, and St. Ursula, among warheads would be assemljled. the Middle East? Do you support the U.S. the new born state of Israel.
ley, Marnie Abbott, and Lynn "I was really pleased with the way formance at sectionals, Farley others. Their only loss this season The Iraqis had participated in After months of bloody fight-
Banon, the Indian Hill girls' many wars and campaigns of
decision to send troops into Lebanon? ing, Israel pushed the Arabs back,
everyone played, both in singles confidentially answered, 'That's so far has been t o Middletown,
varsity tennis team made another and doubles, especially consider- right, we bad." Because of their but even that was a close match. terror against the Israelis and Iraqi 49% yes 36%no 15% don't know but at a veiy high price. Six
strong showing in one of the ing that the strongest players in excellent play, Farley , Abbott In fact, Crilley believes that President Sadaam Hussein had thousand Israelis, nearly 1% of
state's toughest sectional divisions the state are in our sectional divi- and Barton all qualified for dis- 'We've asserted ourselves as num- publicly stated, "It(1raq's nuclear their population died fighting for
2. In your opinion should the U.S. have gotten their country. The most misun-
this weekend. Farley placed third sion." About the doubles sec- tricts, which will take place this ber one in the city. It is very weapons capability) is not in-
overall in the singles division, and tional title, Crilley said, ' I see real Friday and Saturday at Sycamore likely that we will again capture tended to be used against Iran but involved in the crisis in the Middle East at all? derstood issue of the Arab-Israel
Abbott and Barton took fvst potential in Marnie and Lynn; High School. All who are able the EHL title." against the Zionist (Jewish) 56% yes 34% no 10% don't know conflict is that of the Palestinian
place with a convincing final their 6-1, 6-0 finds victory shows encouraged to come cheer them The team is confident and enemy." refugees.
victory in the doubles division. that they can do well in both dis- on. If they do well in districts, feeling good. Beth Myers spoke If the president of Mexico had Weeks before the war began,
The competition in the Syca- tricts and state." for the team when she said, 'We threatened the security of the 3. If yes, in what manner should we have gotten Arab leaders from aU over the
they will qualify for state. '

more AAA sectional division was When discussing her sectional The team is also doing very want to go all the way and we United States in such a manner, involved? Moslem world declared fieir
tough. Indian Hill, Middletown, title, Abbott stated, "Lynn and I well in league play. In the past know we can." would you expect President 38% negotiations only 53% what we did aims: "the total annihilation of
Ursuline. and Turpin dominated did it, Angela did it, the whole few weeks they have had wins Reagan to wait until Washington Israel and the Jewish people."
had been blown off the map
9% other: Here, most responses suggested The Arab Higher Executive
sports
-
short SOCCER, from p. 11 before he reacted? that the U.S. get involved with urged all Moslems to leave their
mented, 'We played our game not it In the Braves 9-0 romp over The Iraqi nuclear reactor jobs in Israel and vacate the
more military support for
Runners dash Mariemont, CCD
Milford's." The fourth quarter Deer Park. The coaches tried t o incident is just one more chapter country. The reason given was,
remained scoreless m e , *kst not run up the score but found it in the endless book of Israel's Israel. upon the British withdrawal, the
The varsity cross country team by taking the top two places wi&
half. The win left the Braves in difficult. Fullbacks Andy Hall fight for survival while totally *note: Only 70% of the 100 students polled combined Arab armies would
was victorious in their home meet second place a half game behind and Curtis Ott even found the surrounded and almost hoplessly answered question 3. crush Israel and "drive the Jews
times of 17:33 and 18: 11, re- Glen Este going into the touma- opponent's net on this fun outnumbered by her many into the sea." The British Police
yesterday. The Braves, who spectivelv,
- . over the three-mile
placed five runners in the top ment. evening. enemies. reported,"every effort is being
course. This was the Braves' last 4. Do you feel that it is in our country's best
eight places for 24 points, de- The Braves were able to stay The Braves had come off two Israel's struggle for existance made by the Jews to persuade the
regular season meet; the EHL
feated Mariemont, with 41, and meet is next Tuesday at Sycamore
among the league's leaders by close, non-league victories going has gone on for 34 years,but she interest to support Israel? Arab populace to stay and carry
defeating a stubborn bunch of into the Deer Park game. They is not any closer to peace than in 44% yes on with their normal lives."
Country Day, with 59. High School, and the Sectionals
Tigers from Loveland, 3-2. The defeated Purcell 3-1 and Coving-
34% no 22% don't know But, the Palestinians, were
Richard Stradling and Rob 1948, when Israel fought her War
are next Saturday at Princeton
McVicker led the team to victory Braves struck fvst with a ton Catholic 2-0. In the Coving- of Independance against the afraid their Arab brothers would
High School. grounder off Dave Rhodenbaugh's 5. Should the U.S. treat other allies with the same
ton Catholic game the players Arabs. The recent history of the regard them as renegades for re-
instep. Then Steve Womack stuck couldn't slide because spikes and Arab-Israeli struggle follows, amount of support they have given Israel? ceiving Jewish protection. When
a high line drive that hit the metal pipe tops covered the field. showing how the Middle East of the swift victory promised by the
crossbar and spun in. With the 55% yes 19% no 26% don't know
Legends to be distributed M o n d a y lead the Braves played too defen-
Mitch Theuring had both goals for
the Braves.
today come to be.
In 1878, Jewish refugees
Arab leaders never came about,
the 550,OO Arabs who left their
by Joe Chieftain basis. sively. Loveland got right back In the Purcell contest the ath- started to migrate to Palestine in 6. Do you feel that U.S. foreign policy should be homes became refugees.
The 1981-82 Legend year- Mr. Tom Norman, Legend into the game with two goals - letes on both sides got hot tem- large numbers often being forced This however, is not the only
books will be ready for distribu- sponsor, was ''happy" with the bang, bang. With only a couple
isolation or involvement?
pered. Jeff Graham somehow out of Russia by pogroms (mas- refugee problem created by the
tion the week of Monday, Octo- overall quality of the yearbook, minutes left Mitch Theuring got managed to tackle an opponent sacres). At this time, Palestine 9% isolatidn 82% involvement Arab agression. Over 800,000
ber 11. Students who ordered commenting, 'The advanced copy tripped in the penalty box. Dave wthout the referee seeing. was controlled by the Turks. Jews were forced out of their
yearbooks may pick up their looks beautiful." Norman added, Rhodenbaugh calmly put in the Winning ten in a row is a feat In 1917, Gereral Allenby of native Arab countries by Moslem
copies in the Student Service 'The color in the Senior Section penalty shot to ice another vic-
7. In general, do you feel that the U.S. is effective

I
never before accomplished by an Britain marched into Jerusalem terrorists. These people didn't
Center during lunch next week. is superior." tory and keep the winning streak Indian Hill soccer team. Whatever and put an end to nearly four in the role of solving problems between na-
According to the order, 17 Chieftain News Editor Ron alive. the Braves are doing it must be centuries of Ottoman rule over tions? see ISRAELI ACTIONS, .
extra copies are being sent. These Zesch feels that, although it is The team gave Scott Lyon right. If they keep it up you the Holy Land. Later in that P-5
extra copies may be purchased for Legend, "It is kinda good and another opportunity for a shut-
34% yes 45% no 20% don't know
might see Indian Hill playing for same year, the British stated the
$20.00 on a fust come, first serve stuff." out, and he took full advantage of the state championship.
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tember 2 1 against Princeton.
Golfers t o take 3-3 record to GreenviIIe Although the girls were forced t o

/.A. officers attend leadership talks advisors meeting.


Yesterday Chris Wiech travel-
led to the Ohio Center in Colum-
by Beth Dorward
After a three game winning
Meiners. Meiners, formerly a gym
teacher at Concord Elementary
finished in the dark, beating St.
Ursula, 236-254. The best shot of
dress warmly because of the cold
weather, they beat their
competition, 225-243. McVicker
by Chris Wiech and Ron Zesch On July 28, Chris, Ohio sponsored by the IH ~ndustrid bus to attend the Ohio Vocational streak, the varsity golf Squaws School, replaces Mrs. Karen Edge- the day came from Jill Norton was medalist on the front
Three Indian Hill Industrial AIASA vice president, and club Arts Club was also discussed. Association's annual conference. have evened their record to 3-3 comb. when she holed a sand shot on the nine.
Arts Students attended the All sponsor, Mr. Dennis Dupps travel- Last year Mr. Dupps held the He will spend the rest of today in and are headed into the all-day The Squaws defeated St. Ur- 8th green. The girls chalked up their first
Ohio Vocational Leadership Con- led to Mt. Gilead High School to vice-presidency of the South West meetings with other vocational Greenville tournament Wednes- sula Wednesday, September 29 at The varsity golfers raised their
ference for three days during the attend the summer officers plan- Ohio Industrial Arts Association group leaders. day, October 13. The squad is
summer. ning session. Details concerning and this year he has been elected The club as a whole has been
Western Hills C.C. The girls record to 2-3 at Glenview Sep- see GOLF, p. 16
optimistic that they will finish no
In mid-July Chris Wiech, pres-
ident, Steve Dubell, vice presi-
dent, and Ron Zesch, treasurer of
the fall officers training program
were discussed. The proposal of a
president to be sworn in at the
fall meeting of the SWOIAA. He
also recently attended the chapter
sctive in these fust weeks of
school. This year the club is try-
worse @an second this year. 'We
didn't play up to our potential
JV Squaws confident after recent success
district meeting at lnaian Hill ing" to add a Junior Division
- -- con- against Centerville, however at by Anne Richards Molly Roche and Jenny Logeman. and the ball stayed down at Tala-
the IHIA travelled to FFA (Fu- sisting of Mr. Emery's junior high Although not always winning, Gay Stauft has improved drastic- wanda's goal cage for the entire
Greenville we plan to finish tops,"
ture Farmers of America) Camp students, and freshman. On the the JV field hockey Squaws have ally. This is her first year in the game. Molly Roche added, "we
stated sophomore Vera McVicker.
Muskinguom in Northern Ohio. first day of school the club mem- The team is in the rebuilding been playing extremely well. sport. She has already scored five played a good game, but they
The conference, sponsored by bers began many of their money stages this year, having lost four In their most recent game the goals. "I don't do it all myself. were a better team."
the Ohio Division of Vocational making projects. of its eight players from last sea- Squaws lost a close 3-0 match My teainmates help me a lot," The Squaws have more games
Education, included groups such The club's projects are the son. The 1982 Squaws are Shan- against their biggest competition Stauft commented. ahead which promise to be very -
as the FFA, DECA, FHA and construction of five picnic tables non Meldon, Jill Norton, Kym Fairmont East. The team as a In their previous game, the exciting. They face Fairmont
OVA so that members of these for the senior lounge, repainting Sollinger, and co-captains Beth whole has been steadily playing Squaws shutout Talawanda, 3-0. West on October 18 and Tala-
organizations could listen to of the industrial arts finishing Dorivard and Vera McVicker. better ball and so haye several Gay Stauft takes.credit for all of wanda on October 20.
speakers and learn ways to im- room, drawing plans for and The 1982 squad is under the players. Defensive strength has the goals, scoring a hat trick. The On the remaining games,
prove their leadership qualities. building of a better equipped new leadership of Mrs. Diane been supplied by sophomores team made good use of the field Stauft assured 'We're going to
Each of the three days consis- darkroom, an athletic training win them all, just wait and see.''
ted of six hours of lectures and
Braves leading EHL; undefeated in six
table for the school, chemistry lab
many recreational activities. beaker holders, the reconstruction shutout, 3-0.
Chris Wiech commented, "A tre- of a number of storm windows, by Brad Smith The only goal for the Braves was half of the field. With thirty On September 21, the Braves
mendous experience was had by photo by Chris Eaton and a storage unit for Griewe At this season's beginning, no seconds left, Lakota's goalie was
scored by Brad McCurdy as the played Wyoming, defeating them,
all who attended and the girls Pictured above are the officers of the J
H Industrial Arts Club. From left interiors.
one expected the J.V. soccer shortened game ended in a 1-1 tie. called for charging Spritzer. 2-0.
weren't bad either." to right are Ron Zesch, treasurer; Chris Wiech, president; and Steve
* * * * * Braves to even end up with a .SO0 On September 27, the Braves Metzger scored on the penalty The day before, . the Braves
letter from SG Dubell, vicepresident. season. Under new coach Steve played Lakota, where Thompson kick, making the fmal score 2-2. played Purcelt, losing 3-1. The

SG aDDlauds student
I I
use of suaaestion
uu
box - -
that tonight is Homecoming.
dance
feature the band The Cheaters.
Thompson, the Braves are unde-
feated in their last six games.
Coach Thompson said, ''The im-
attended high school and lives
today. He wanted to win this
game very badly. Indian Hill
On September 25, the team
played Mariemont in an E.H.L.
game. The game was scoreless
Braves' overall play was terrible.
The only bright spot in the attack
was a goal scored b l Mike Cook.
After weeks of "talking" rooms near the SSC. monthly fifth period meetings. Tickets are seven dollars and will ' provement has been fantastic. In scored first with a goal by Metz- through the first half. Late in the However, Thompson has been
about it, the SG bulletin board The suggestion was made to These students may actively par- be on sale at the door. The dance the last two weeks it has been ger, but Lakota came back with third quarter the Braves scored happy with the Braves' play in the
has finally been erected. have doors put on the stalls in the ticipate in the meetings or just will run from nine until twelve in unbelievable. When my players one goal in the third quarter and their first goal on a deflected shot last five games. He is also "look-
Though the board's use has men's room. These doors were observe what goes on and pass the cafeteria. want it badly, they are as good as another with five minutes left in by Brad Smith. Metzger scored ing forwqd to the rest of this sea-
been somewhat limited, the sug- iiistalled on Thursday and we this knowledge on to their peers. We hope everyone's year is anyone in the city." the game. After that goal the two goals in the fourth quarter son and to next season."
gestion box has seen some action. hope they can remain there. After weeks of intense debate, going along nicely. Remember t o The highlight of the season Braves kept the ball on Lakota's for the Braves to comdete the - .
We have recieved a lot of garbage We will soon be implementing' the forum committee has finally take advantage of the SG bulletin came when-the d raves tied Ander-
(i-e. "Naked Day"), but a few our class cabinet program. As in decided on Star Wars as its Octo- board and the suggestion box. If son last Thursday, 1-1.- The
honest suggestions were made years past, students who are not ber 20 forum. there's something you'd like to Braves played their best game of
also. These suggestions are elected SG members will have the Unless you just transferred to see done, let us know about it and the season in becoming the first
brought before an administrator opportunity to attend our IH today, you probably know we'll see what we can do. team to even tie Anderson, the
who either explains why things top-ranked team in the city. The
are as they are or sees what can be Braves were also the first team to . .

done to put the suggestion to use.


Probably the biggest concern
Miss Berwanger selects "The PIcin Princess" hold Anderson scoreless through
the first half. Afterwards,
of most students is the three by Gus Gordon - Others in the cast include Mr. Steve Strider and stud;& Thompson commented, 'We were
minutes between classes. The The play "The Plain Princess" Doug Thompson, Kathryn Over- supervisors Lahey Kahlstrom, so psyched we were on cloud
administration and faculty .have has been chosen by the drama hoff, Jenny Kegg, Terri Wayne, Gus Gordon, Craig Mullaney and nine." . .
come up with a plan where the director, Miss Mary Lou Ber- Amelia Elling, Debbie Lisner, Dan Bathalter, will be building The Braves jumped in front
bell will ring after three minutes wanger, to be the annual child- Reid Bradley, Mike McVaugh, and decorating the sets. early in the second quarter with a
followed by a single tone a ren's play. Jeff Baden and Brenda McDonald. The goal of the class is to goal by Erich Metzger. At half-
minute later. The minute be- The play, described as "lively The play tells the story of create bigger and better sets for time the Braves led, 1-0. With
tween bells is a "grace" period and colorful" by Miss Berwanger, Esmerelda, the plain princess of the plays this year, sets that will one minute left in the third
where teachers will take atten- will be presented to Drake Road the title, and her plight for hap- be both impressive by them- quarter Anderson scored on a
dance, but a student will not be School students on October 14 piness. Her parents try everything selves and compliment the actors' great shot by one of their for-
counted as tardy. and 15 and to the general public they can to make her happy, but performances. wards. The fourth quarter was
In answering the suggestion on Saturday the 16th. they fail. Finally, friendly house- "The Plain Princess'' has scoreless, as both defenses played a i.

that the bathrooms in the back Following the tradition set by keeper, Dame Goodwit, offers to something for everyone. It's well. Captain Marty Spritzer
hall be opened, vice-principal children's plays of the past, this help the poor little rich girl find part comedy, part drama, part remarked, 'We came out to kick
Gary Gellert says that there was year's cast is made up of predom- enjoyment. Dame Goodwit magic show and part circus. It butt, because they are the best." .* .*.
some lli:;cussion on doing so, but inately new drama club members. shows Esmerelda the simple, good has singing, dancing, risque jokes, The Braves tied Turpin on '
that because the poor location Stephanie Curtin, a veteran of one life and after a certain amount of flute concertos and even cute September 28 in a game in which - -- -
makes supervision a problem, it previous production, stars as the readjustment our snobby little animals. there weren't any referees. Both
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was decided to leave them locked.


Gelhert hopes that the one-
princess, while Jane Lewin, a
veteran of two productions, takes
princess turns into a happy little
girl.
"It's a good production for a
sensible price," commented Jane
coaches agreed that they would
take the score of the first quarter
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photo by Greg Meyers


minute grace period will afford on the other starring role of Dame The newly organized stage Lewin. "So if you're an avid and use that as the final score. Chris Eaton dives t o deflect a shot high over the crossbar.
studenis rhe time to use the rest- . Goodwit. craft class, under the direction of theatre buff, this play's for you! "
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wer Glen Este.
Madeira's Prather expects Last year, Madeira beat Indian
Hill, 41-28, in what Prather called
with a thirteen yard pass. A fif-
teen yard penalty kept the Braves Peer counselor s participate at teen institute ISRAELI ACTIONS,
tough battle from 3-2 Braves "a bit of a mismatch." But a from adding the conversion. from p. 3
more balanced attack should The Braves were victims of by Doug Thompson the long-term effects of alcohol comparison to other Ohio stay refugees for long, however,
by Kurt Dusterberg Prather said. "They got off to a make for a less predictable out- bad breaks all evening, including Junior Leslie Purcell and sen- on the body, alcoholism and schools. "As far as the big city because their Israeli brothers took
Madeira football coach Jim great start, but they have played come he feels. two turnovers inside Mariemont's ior Doug Thompson attended the pregnancy, the alcoholic family, schools, we seem to be a little them in with open arms, while the
Prather figures to have a tough two really tough games in a row." 'With Jim Arnold at quarter- 10 yard line and 142 penalty
Ohio Teenage Institute for the and many others. The two also better than Columbus or Cleve- 21 Arab nations did nothing
time when his Mustangs drop in at Those two games were 41-0 back, they have a new dimension yards.
Prevention of Alcohol and Drug learned techniques to use in land, but then we are a lot worse about the 550,000 Moslems who
Indian Hill for tonight's 8:00 p.m. and 22-6 losses to Sycamore and on offense. He's so quick and he One week earlier, the Braves
Abuse this summer July 25 talking to younger people about schools,"
than mostThompson
of the small
explained.
town voluntarily left Palestine.
homecoming game. Mariemont. The Braves had is an outside threat, which could were crushed, 4 1-0, in a one way
through 30. The Institute was drugs and alcohol. Israel has given more money
"There is no doubt that Indian picked up their third win three cause problems. In the frlms affair. The Indian H ill offense held at Kenyon College in At the fust Board of Educa- Indian Hil~seems to oe very aware to the refugees than any of the
Hill has a greatly improved team,'' weeks ago in a 34-21 decision we've seen, (John) Fitzmaurice was punchless the entire game,
Garnbier, Ohio. tion meeting of the school year, of its problems and is trying t o Arab states. Israel has compen-
looks really good at running back. gaining just 45 yards of total of-
Purcell and Thompson went in Purcell and Thompson gave a solve them by making people face sated these Arabs with hundreds
The offensive line will be tougher fense compared to Sycamore's
order to relay the information speech to thank the Board and the fact that kids are abusing of millions of dollars for the
too, especially with (Chip) Green- 431.
they learned about drugs to explain what the Teenage Insti- drugs and alcohol. property they left behind. On the
lee. He's a super ball player." Pete Mather scored two
members of the IH Peer Coun- tute had done for them. Purcell Indian Hill's location helps the other hand, the Arab nations pave
Prather feels the key to the touchdowns on the ground for
seling program. The Board of said,'We had a great time, and I situation, because as a big aty, nothing to the Jews who left be-
Madeira attack will be second the Aviators and George Parker
Education financed the traveling think we both grew personally Cincinnati offers many alcohol hind billions of dollars worth of
year starting quarterback Dave scored twice on a 38 yard pass
expenses. from it." Thompson added,"We and drug centers that can help property when they were thrown
Banks. Also keep an eye on run- md a 20 yard run. The Ohio Department of want to spread our knowledge kids who want to be helped. One out of the Arab countries.
ning back Lee Wilkinson who has The Braves put together a Health sponsors the teenage insti- throughout the whole district." encouraging note at Indian H ill is The Arab nations have plenty
made consistent improvement all strong offensive show in their 34- tute and draws people from all Purcell and Thompson have the large number of people of land and money, but do
season. 21 win over the Glen Este Tro-
over Ohio. About five hundred plans to talk to the fifth graders getting help and coming back to nothing for theiz brethren. They
At 2-1, the Mustangs are in the jans. students participated in the pro- at Wyandot and to the eighth school without their old habits. desire to use the Palestinian
thick of the Eastern Hills League Fitzmaurice scored the fust gram with about one hundred graders at Ottawa. They also Although the problem of drug refugees, which they themselves
race, trailing undefeated Loveland Indjan Hill touchdown on a five- adult staff members. Indian H i . want to go to other schools in the and alcohol abuse still exists at created, as a weapon against
and Deer Park. Prather feels his yard run. Jim Morgan took a pass graduate Rod Barr was the staff IH, the school seems to be making Israel.
area in an attempt to get them in-
team has a good chance, pre- from Arnold 56 yards with some member from the Cincinnati volved in the Teenage Institute. headway.
dicting "Sycamore will knock off nice moves to get toward the side- region. * * * * *
Deer Park. In this league any- lines for the second touchdown. At the institute, Purcell and At the Teenage Institute
thing can happen, and Loveland Glen Este registered its fust Thompson attended about 30 Purcell and Thompson compared
could lose as easy as anyone." touchdown soon after, but Jon workshops dealing with alcohol, IH with other schools. They
The Braves dropped their most Capen won a 33 yard foot race drugs, and how users are affected learned that the amount of drug
recent game to the Mariemont after a screen pass to put Indian by them. Workshops included: abuse a t IH is about average in
Warriors, 22-6. Mariemont moved Hill on top, 21-7. Fitzmaurice
the ball easily in the first quarter added his fifth touchdown of the
photo by Chris Eaton
and led 15-0 at the half.
Indian Hill scored its onlv
year late in the third quarter and
Jeff Smith rounded out the IH hosts thirteen Spanish students
Coaches Ron Webber and Gene Brindise try to spark the crowd in last touchdown in the third quarter scoring with his fust touchdown
weeks loss to Mariemont. when Arnold hit Dan Kremchek with 2: 19 remaining in the game. by Elbie Herman rushed to the gates to welcome
***** Since September 20 thm their guests for the next three
football season the position. The highlight of the
game was an emotional halftime
October 9 thirteen Itrdian Hill
students have been hosting twelve
weeks. After all the typical greet-
ings like '%ola" and "que tal" we
by Duff Lanagan of depth. The Aves took the ties. speech by coach Ron Webber. students fiom Gandia, Spain. collected the luggage and began
Thanks to a multitude of in- early lead, 8-0, but a controversial The Braves opened up with The Braves held the Trojans to The thirteen LH. students are the long ride home. The Spanish students pictured above are first row left to right: Jose-
juries, the JV football Braves call prevented the Braves from Glen Este in their first league just 6 points in the second half. Rick Abrams, Peter Carr, Stacey The first two nights were by phina Segui Grau, Genoveva Borja Morant, Cintia Sanches Amat, M.
have gotten off to a slow 1 4 start scoring. The defense could not game. At Glen Este the offense The JV football team needs Decker, Mmy Granger, Pauh far the worst, between parents Carmen Marti Aunion, Immaculada Faus Soler, Paloma Moreno Cobos.
this season. prevent the Aviators from scoring. didn't score a single point in a more consistency and fewer in- Greeno, Elbie Herman, h h n speaking English with accents and Second row, left to right: Vicente Sempere Fomer, Miguel Mondria
The JV football Braves have Even though the Braves' offense 40-0 loss. Mike Wentz has been juries. Meanwhile, the Braves Kitei, Stacey Labahn, John Lilly, different sleeping habits I thought Garcia, Carlos de la Iglesia Cortes, Emilio Mondria Garcia, Alfonso
been struck down by lady luck played well, they couldn't score playing quarterback for two will continue to train new people Brenda Mcdonald, C;molyn Mil- adjustment would surely be im- Borja Morant.
throughout the entire season. because of turnovers and penal- weeks and is still getting used to in new positions. ligan, and Kathy and Ken Slazyk. possible, but with a little coopera- to be cancelled. So with four John and I decided to call it
Untimely injuries have contri- m e y are hosting Alfonso tion from both parties we were tickets from friends of ours, we "quits," and arranged a meeting
buted greatly to this problem.
Pete Seremetis broke his arm, star Birdie Braves grab second ir Borja Morant, Genovevo Borja
Morant, Carlos de h Iglesia
able to settle most of our differ-
ences.
headed for King Island. Once we
arrived John and I did not feel
place for the Spaniards. At about
8:30 we left King I s h d and
defensive player Ed Tschan has by Brian Rowe land, Deer Park, and Glen Este to Louder recently injured his arm, Cortes, Immaculada Fms Soler, The most enjoyable task of like riding the rides, but the decided to end the day with a
had knee and ankle problems all The 1982 "Birdie Braves" boost their league record to 6-1. other players have been carrying hosting an exchange student is great meal at the "Chateau Blanc"
season, and Dan Carbine dis- have been improving steadily in This record ties the team for fnst the team. Andy Plate and John
M. Carmen Martz Aunion, P a l m Spaniards were very anxious. So
Moreno Cobss, Emilio M o n d ~ sharing our fine culture with we compromised and walked (White Castle) in Norwood. The
located his shoulder in the Glen the last few weeks and enjoying place going into the EHL tourna- Bishop have been firing their best C;mciP, Migrrei Mondria Garck, them. The Spanish Department around for awhile. While walking meal and the atmosphere left the
Este game. their success. They have upped ment which begins Monday. scores lately. Senior Jay McFar- Clintia Sanchez Amat, J o s e m has arranged many field trips, around the shovs we happened to Spaniards speechless.
In the most recent game at their record to an impressive 11- The Braves also placed well in land and new team member Jim Scgui Grau, Vicente Sempere including a visit to Miami Univer- see Lisa More escorting a charac-
Mariemont, the Warriors took an 10. the Princeton Fall Classic, finish- Hall also seem to be tuned up for Forna, and J. Antonio Solet sity on which Peter Carr and I ter; Lisa informed us she would news short
18-0 lead early in the game, but The highlight of the team's ing fourth from a field of sixteen the districts. Pknes accompanied the group. We have The IH PTA stands ready to
be happy to take us on some
the Braves bounced right back, season thus far has been its post- teams. Junior Bill Louder had a Louder is uncertain as to his I t 3 hard to explain the uneasy also taken the Spaniards to many rides. I personally have neveI help IHHS students find part-
driving deep into Mariemont terri- season play. At Weatherwax particularly good afternoon on ability to play in the districts, so feeling I hsd a t the airport while I school sponsored sporting events been on a rollercoaster before, so time jobs. Mrs. Betty Smith has
tory. Another turnover prevented Country Club the Braves finished the links. sophomore Brian Rowe, who has was waiting for the Spanish and an unforgetable visit to Kings Lisa decided we should go to the informed Chieftain that jobs
the Braves from making it close. second in the sectionals last The controversy which participated in only a few varsity students t o arrive. The hosts are Island. This past Saturday John "Beast" first. Rather than run of all kinds, accompanied by
A good defensive effort by Gary Thursday. This finish was good plagued the team in late Septem- matches this year, will be elevated not told much about their guests, Lilly and I had the opportunity to away scared I faced the challenge, reasonable wages, are available.
Hallam kept the score a respect- enough to qualify the team for ber seems to have cleared and a from his 3V duties. After the so there is always concern about take our Spanish students to and aside from several outbursts Interested students should
able 24-0, in favor of Mariemont. the district tournament. fresh, positive attitude has been districts the team hopes to qualify compatt'bility and their under- King Island. The trip was origin- .
of profanity (kill Lisa More ..) I fill o u t an application form in the
In the Sycamore game the Recently the Braves have spawned, just in time for the post- for the state tournament which standing of English. As the small ally planned as a field trip, hut think I endured it quite well. high school office or call 793-
Braves' problem was again a lack beaten league opponents Love- season showdowns. Although Bill starts October 14. piedmont plane landed the hosts bemuse of a lack of passes, it had After several other such rides 8843.
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by Kurt Dustekberg
elf-esteem should be your
fnst priority every day.
Expert McGrane has answers
speaker wants to addresp, and
another complement to show a
genuine concern for the feelings
and ruins soccer Braves' opes, 2-
Madeira by three to end the half
Everyone has it. It is just a ques-
PC
by Dwight Poffenberger

<<w
of 'the listener. on top, 4-1. The second half the
tion of degrees." not you are president of an organ- e make far more acguain- This Wednesday the varsity
soccer Braves suffered a traumatic I Braves substituted regularly, only
This message was conveyed by
self-esteem consultant and lec-
turer Bill McGrane when he spoke
at Indian Hill's last activity period
ization. High self-esteem means
you can communicate rather than
argue. You don't tell people
things, you share them.
-. .
"a,
tmces than we do friend-
ships. True friends are really few
and far between. I think a friend
is someone who accepts you even
setback, losing 2-1 to Eoveland in
overtime, eliminating a possible
EHL championship. The game
- scoring one more on a deflection
shot by Dwight Poffenberger.
The regular season ended with
puts Indian Hill in either third or the Braves romping Clermont
September 22. The lecture was "If you haw achieved it you after he gets to know you."
fourth place for the EHL tourna-
re Northeast, 5-0. This year is the
entitled, "Self-esteem: How to can accept people, listen, not McGrane accepts the idea that
ment, depending on Saturday's i first for Northeast soccer. Scott
get along with yourself and condemn, and enjoy being with sometimes it is necessary to Lyon recorded his fifth shutout in
yourself." game. The team finished second
others." deviate from one's own standards goal which places him tied for
McGrane has a thirty day , in regular season play.
McCrane spoke about several 'Sf you determine the appropri- first place among Cincinnati's
action plan to achieve self-esteem After the emotional loss coach
aspects of the influences that ef- ateness of your action and you goalies. When asked if he likes his
upon making six affirmations: Stertmeyer told the players to
I fect self-esteem with peer pressure are clear on what you believe. new position as keeper Lyon said,
and relationships stressed as major * I now accept myself totally *- -5

You can be flexible to a point.


pick their heads up. The season is
not nearly over. The Braves re- "I'm happy with the move be-
elements in developing one's sense and unconditionally. 'When I was in high school cause I get more playing time."
of self. He defines self-esteem as . * I am now free of all self- and my friends went out to drink,
ceived a good draw in the sec-
Lyon gladly contributes his suc-
"the way someone feels about destructive criticism. tional tournament and are seeded -r-,
I would go with them and maybe number one. photo by Chris Eaton cess thus far to his defense. ''The
himself." * I now have unconditional ' sip on the same beer all night. In the first round the Braves Svein Johannessen works past a Loveland defender. defense has w e d me a couple
'The way people treat you, warm regards for all persons at all McGRANE When the behavior got bad, I curred, but no fights took place times. They're one of the best in
face New Richmond at home. All town. It's extremely possible the
negatively or positively, is based
on how they have been treated.
People who often say negative
times.
* I now show that I am
100% alive by thinking, speaking,
an cGrane says confidence is a
result of self-esteem. But
what separates a confident person
would leave. I knew what I
wanted and acted accordingly."
He explained that people who
the games will be at Indian Hill,
because the Braves are the top
Braves could end up in the state
tournament.
(much to the fans' disappoint-
ment). Ron Zesch received a
In the first round of the EHL warning, but he is getting used to
the city," commented Lyon.
In the last league regular sea-
son game the Braves erupted for
things have had more negative seed. Then the Braves will prob-
and acting with great enthusiasm. with self-esteem from an obnox- get drunk on purpose "have low tournament the Braves dominated it. He leads the team in cards and five goals in the third quarter to
influences than positive ones. It ably face Madeira. The Braves
* I am now completely self- ious egoist? self-esteem and a failure identity. will get to face Loveland again if Madeira, 5-1, in an afternoon fights. Several minutes into the defeat Milford, 5-0. Forward
tells you where they are coming determined and I allow others the "An egoist has a 'better than' Some people can't feel comfort- game Dave Rhodenbaugh put Steve Womack put in two of the
they make it to the finals or the game. Although the Braves had
from." same right. attitude. He also repels relation- able to 'just let me be me.' ', Madeira down 1-0 on a penalty goals. Asked why the Braves sud-
played lazily in every previous
w
sectionals.
hat causes people to be * I now release all compari- ships. People with self-esteem are veryday, McGrane tries to
vulnerable to peer pressure
and the desires of others, he says,
sons with myself and others.
':At first, they all seem like
flexible. Someone with high self-
esteem would never say anything
E meet five new people. He
seeks out these opportunities
If the team wins the sectionals
it will advance to the districts at
afternoon game, they maintained
their intensity throughout this
kick, 'lut the Mustangs came right
back with an equalizing penalty
denly turned on, Womack com-
§ee SOCCER, p.- 14
Dayton. There the Braves tough- ballgame. The game was so in- shot. The Braves took control in
is that our instincts say we want lies," he admits, "but if you are to devalue someone where an daily using "the wheel of life." tense that several skirmishes - oc- the second quarter, outscoring
*****
est compgitor will be Finnev-
to be comfortable and avoid being determined, you can make them egoist would." The seven spokes on the wheel are forward line, who continued t o
isolated. "But eventually, if we
begin to take risks and do things
work."
"Sometimes we fmd we are
The 26 year-old U.C. and Pur-
cell High School graduate believes
social, mental, fmancial, family,
career, spiritual and physical. He
Field hockey Squaws con ident at 5-2 score. Wiatt made a beautiful
goal by dribbling the ball from
on our own, we will do them thinking great but feeling lousy. it is easy to tell the difference uses these topics of conversation by Priscilla Bower The Squaws hope to end the play the tough Fairmont East the 50 yard line, passing to More,
, again if we find nothing bad hap- That happens. It is when we align "because you can smell a person in order to get to know people. The varsity field hockey team season with a 10-2 record. Coach hockey team. In the first half who tapped the ball back to her,
pens." our thinking and our feeling that if he is real. Confidence, speech McGrane practices his beliefs has had a successful season thus Carol Wehmann believes the team Fairmont outran the Squaws and and then flicking the ball directly
McGrane emphasized the is exciting." and body language are all signs of in a warm manner, never losing far. The Squaws are midway is strong and aggressive. She feels scored three goals. In the second past the goalie into the net.
importance of realizing what gives McGrane says that "Everyday, a person's self-esteem." eye contact with his audience or through their season, and have a that if the players want to win, half the Squaws held Fairmont Other goals were made by More,
an individual self-esteem. He in- everybody tries to make you a Although a person with high an individual. record of 5-2. The team has a they will. scoreless and played organized, Brockmann, and Hallam.
dicated it is not always under- nobody" by exclusion, criticism self-esteem would never say any- 'We are all diamonds in the positive attitude, looking ahead In their most recent game, the talented hockey, but Fairmont The Squaws played North-
stood what qualities one has when or by other ways. The reason is thing to devalue someone, there rough, and we can always try to toward their remaining games. team traveled up to Dayton to was too strong defensively, and mont at home on September 21,
he truly has self-esteem. insecurity and low self-esteem. are methods to make effective smooth out our rough edges. We the Squaws were unable to score. defeating them, 3-0. The game
"It has nothing to do with the "You only hurt another criticism. One he uses is called a can all say, What am I doing to The Squaws lost 3-0. was probably the best game the
size of your home, how much human being when you yourself 'love sandwich." It is a comple- polish my unique diamond The Squaws' next most recent team has played all season. The
money you have, or whether or are hurting." ment, followed by the subject the today?' " game was at home against Summit girls kept the ball moving, passing
.-
on September 28. The team it frequently and working to-
mavie review showed that they were in control, gether well. The offense and de-
as they out-ran, out-passed, and fense both played equally well.
ares to go he is mcreasinaY withhiawn and
isolated from the masses. In this
altogether out-played Summit.
Halfbacks Kris Wilson and Teresa
Paula Distler felt it was probably
the best game of her field hockey
by Peter Carr The film itself is quite simply temporary music of The Wall stage Pink attempts to sedate his Lemmel kept the ball outside of career. Miss Wehamnn agreed
The album The Wall by Pink the recreation of a schizophrenic supplements the visuals and de- being with drugs and ends up a the Squaws' 25 yard line most of that they were mentally and phy-
I

Floyd was number one on the musician's life told by a series of velops the drama. heroin addict. the game. When the ball did get sically "psyched" for the game.
chats in 1981. When Roger flashbacks, hallucinations, and il- Pink's life is revealed to be one In his own hotel room, Pink is past them Paula Distler or Paula A week earlier, the squad met
Waters, leader of the musical lusions. The protagonist Pink of alienation. With no living fa- nearing death from an overdose
,-..----. .. -.-- -.+ : .{ Greeno would feed it back up to Seven Hills at Seven Hills. The
group, announced that he planned Floyd sits in front of a TV set in ther, he suffocates in the environ- and begins to hallucinate a trial in I them. Links Mary Howe and Kris Squaws defeated Seven Hills, 3-1,
to create a motion picture based an L.A. hotel room and spaces' ment of a dominant mother. which he is the defendent being Brockmann played aggressively but the victory was tainted.
t and skillfully, dodging Summit's
on this album, the media groaned out as a result of his mental illness Pink's social life collapses as prosecuted by the whole of socie- Although the Squaws played well,
with the belief that Pink Floyd and heroin indulgence, and the tyrannical teachers ridicule the forward line and halfbacks and they were not satisfied with their
had finally turned commercial
and "was in it for the bucks."
audience shares the final though13
QfPink.
lad and attempt to quash his artis-
tic talents. As a young schoolboy,
ty. The trial ends in the destruc-
tion of Pink Floyd's emotional .
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:
feeding the ball to their own line
players. Amy Wiatt, Lisa More,
endurance and spirit in the game.
Though the team lost their last
wall that he has been constructing Ly~4*$,e% . r r r?
!,%+*a.

However, the release of the The various scenes may be a +$& .. I Laure Hallam and Tori Hoskin game, the team is not discour-
i s

Pink envisions images of faceless


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since early childhood. The wall ,%


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'im'M scored, beating Summit 5-0.


motion picture Pink Floyd The
Wall clearly lacks any commercial
bit confusing, for they are not pupils being herded into massive protects him from the outside "
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aged. They feel they'll win their
realistic or in chronological or- meat grinders by frightening world. With its destruction, he '.k$ .$-I3
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On September 23, the Squaws next five games and win Section-
overtones. Roger Waters and his der, but all scenes are related in teachers. overdoses at a deadly level.
1 I '

faced Talawanda. The IH back- a l ~ . The Squaws are especially


band have once again broken into themes of violence, alienation, As his mental imbalance The visuals-are a combination photo by Chris Eaton field defenders held the Tala- hoping to go to the State Cham-
new territories with the produc- death and oppression. There is progresses, Pink becomes a popu- Priscilla Bower controls for the Squaws as Teresa Lemmel follows up wands forward line back, while pionship again this year and make
tion of this daring film. almost no dialogue, but the con- lar rock star with many fans, but see THE WALL, p. i 6 the play in recent Squaws action. moving the ball up to the Squaws' i t to the fmals.
Page 10 CHIEFTAIN October 8,1982 Page 7
'October 8,1982 CHIEFTAIN
disc review - hauntingly beautiful song with
soaring vocals, intriguing lyrics teacher feature- --
In addition to her experience
"Mirage" joins "Ru mours" family and overall brilliant performances
by the group. It is possibly the Selzer makes her dramatic return in drama, Miss Selzer is well
versed in teaching speech and
by Kevin Walzer when every member of the group ham, is a moiiing song of a man best song on the record, and must by Christoph Hugernaut Indian Hill for twenty years. Miss Last year, she took a leave of debate; she was the teacher of
Fleetwood Mac has been an was experiencing personal looking back on his life with be heard. The single, "Hold Me," "I enjoy being on both sides Selzer is constantly returning to sabbatical to "go out and be a these two topics which, unfor-
integral part of the rock scene turmoil. The record went on to regret. 'That's Alright," Stevie is overrated and boring after of the desk." This remark typifies the universities, to both attend student again." However, her tunately, seem to have gone the
since the early seventies. Having become one of the biggest selling Nicks' point of view, offers no having been played so many times the career of Miss Martha Selzer, and conduct various classes and time was e~uallydivided between way of the drama classes. When
survived many personnel changes, of all time, and is now the regrets. Her interesting voice on the radio, but still is a good, who seminars. researching a doctoral degree at asked about the problem of de-
the band is now in the midst of standard against which all their showcases solid country4ike rhy- bouncy showcase for McVie's - has been teaching
-"P
English at
-*-- -
Miami University and conducting clining enrollment, she said that it
their finest lineup. albums are measured. thm and always-superb lyrics. keyboard talents. "Oh Dianne" various workshops on poem and would affect course offerings, but
The rhythm section, with Mirage could be considered "Book of Love" is totally power- eats up time, "Eyes of the World" short story writing by secondary at the same time allow for more
John McVie on bass and Mick the grandchild of Rumours. After N with Buckingham's vocals is overtly redundant, but 'Wish students. individualism. She has always
Fleetwood at drums, is composed the extravagent Tusk and a live a soaring in accompaniment with You Were Here" closes out on a When she is in residence at been a proponent of smaller
of the group's two charter mem- album, they have settled down to dramatic guiws. "Gypsy" is a nice note. The only problem is Indian Hill, she is still busy organ- classes. "It allows teachers to be
bers. On keyboards is Christine record an overall excellent album, bright song that is a total team that it sounds like almost every izing and directing workshops more creative, as well as to rein-
McVie, the golden throated song- their finest since Rumours. There effort. McVie's "Only Over You" other song McVie writes. Her around Cincinnati. Her different force skills."
writer-singer who has been part are constant allusions to Rumouts is an interesting love ballad that style is slow, husky love ballads, classes span everything from Miss Selzer is obviously very
since the early seventies. The on this album, with the songs fits her vocal range well. and this tune does nothing to drama to composition. Several busy (who wouldn't be with 150
newest members, Lindsey Buck- wrapping up and tying the loose The second side is erratic. break the mold. years ago, she taught one of the composition students?) but she
ingham (guitars) and Stevie Nicks ends that have been left behind. There are several fillers, but also Mirage has its up and down two formal drama classes offered, still finds time to squeeze in her
(vocals) joined in 1975. Aftes Side one kicks off with "Love in two excellent songs. "Empire moments, but is a superb team which regularly presented produc- favorite activity: drama. Unlike
recording Fleetwood Mac, which Store," a good love song with State" is trite but is notable for a effort, and the good far outweighs -, tions similar to the children's many theater goers, Miss Selzer
put them at the top of the charts, good guitar arrangement, the good 10-12 second guitar inter- the bad. If Fleetwood Mac con- plays. However, due to declining does not limit herself to merely
and a hectic tour, they recorded mellow vocals of Christine McVie, lude by Buckingham. Then there tinues to produce albums of this enrollment, there are n o longer watching the action. She fre-
one of the finest albums ever and outstanding harmony. "Can't is Nicks' masterpiece, "Straight quality, they stand t o be one of enough students to have such a quently is involved as an advisor,
heard, Rumours. during a time Cn Rnck." bv Lindsev Bucking- Back." It is her finest piece yet, a the great hitmakers of the '80's. class. critic, or director.
disc review Miss Selzer presently teaches One of the groups with wliich
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THE WALL, from p. 6 English composition classes; she she particularly enjoys assisting is
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Anderson releases poetic, graceful al bu m -
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of -bleak filming and surrealistic particularly enjoys working with the Mariemont Village Players.

by Peter Cars matured into poetic imagery sung "Much Better Reason."
animation from Gerald Scarfe.
Such powerful compositions by
--- Z
seniors. ''It gives me an oppor-
tunity to discuss ideas and to
"If I had more time, I'd act with
them" she says. However, she
photo by Chris examine the artistry of literature finds time to take advantage of
With the apparent success of in his unique, angelic voice. A As usual, Anderson's lyrics Pink Ftoyd as "Goodbye Blue
writers; at the same time, I enjoy Cincinnati's Performing Arts,
the newest supergroup Asia, it collection of well-known musi- contain forceful themes and Sky" and "Empty Spaces'' are As can be s&by this picture, Miss Selrer's back and ready for action. the lively discussion.'^ chiefly at the symphony and
becomes increasingly easy to cians ranging from Jack Bruce to imagery. Such themes as Chris- supplemented by Scarfe's apoco-
forget that Asia's incredible gui- the Brazil Idiots complement this lyptic animation with symbolic opera, and at the Playhouse.
tianity, the honors of a nuclear
taristdteve Howe, was at one
time a major driving force in the
voice creating a harmonious war, prostitution, and a natural sketches of blood, skeletons, and Puzzle employs logic, math and Retsnoms She expresses a fondness for
pictures of clowns. "I don't
musical whole. child-birth are present in Anima- oppressive hammers. The ele-
by John Bergman some Retsnoms left the room. many left, how many ears each know why, but I've always liked
now defunct group Yes. Jon Anderson covers a tre- tion. Jon's graceful lyrics are de- ments of film, animation, and
This week, I have decided to There were now between 170 and had and how many eyes each had. them."
Howe has certainly retained mendous amount of ground with livered atop a musical tempest of music all combine to create a
his popularity, but what has be- throw a mathematical puzzle into 520 eyes in the room, and there Try to solve this intriguing prob- Because she brings many as-
the nine tracks on Animation. fresh melodies, rhythms and general mood of alienation and'
the bag. Some of you may be was still more than one Retsnom lem logically, or mathematically, pects of teaching, from drama to
come of Yes' other mystical in- Side one consists of four superb sounds. The elements of poetry doom.
slightly turned off by the num- in the room. If I tell you how before consulting the wonderfully literature (and an occasional
gredient, vocalist Jon Anderson? compositions including the force- and music combine to create a Roger Waters probably based bers, but I advise you to give it a many eyes there were, you would simple answer. clown) into the classroom, her
Emerging from the crippled Yes, ful "Olympia" which is about delightful, sensuous album that this chilling motion picture on the
try, since there is a great deal of know how many Retsnoms there students regard her not as an or-
Jon recorded his fust solo album, Vangelis' electronic music, "Ad- personifies Jon Anderson's rare life of his companion Syd Barrett,
logic to finding the answer. were and how many eyes each ANSWER TO THE RETSNOMS dinary English teacher, but as one
Song of Seven. This work met mation," a sentimental piece re- talent. Jon is touring the United who was one of the original
with little commercial success, Remember that each answer had. Each Retsnom has fewer who is willing to bring in "ideas,
calling the recent birth of Jon's States with his band Animation founders of Pink Floyd. Syd has
Uat I ask for is completely pos- eyes than ears. The above in- I find this problem very in- arguments - I wouldn't go so far
for, compared to his earlier son, and the swinging "All in a and was recently featured on the long since vanished from the rock
sible to find. formation is, believe it or not, all teresting because it combines to say violent ones, but it's never
albums, Song of Seven is a dis- Matter of Time," which has re- King Biscuit Flour Hour as he and roll scene, but his presence you need to tell me how many elements of logic and mathe- boring7' in the words of one of
appointingly weak composition. ceived considerable air-time on performed many cuts off of Ani- remains in all of Pink Floyd's Retsnoms there were in the
Anderson then proceeded to local radio stations. On side two, mation live. Unfortunately, Jon compostitions - especially The
THE RETSNOMS
Many light-years away from beginning of the problem, how see PUZZLE, p. 16
her former students.
pass time in the studio with eIec- Jon reaches out into experimental Anderson is not coming anywhere Wall. earth, there is a very interesting
tronic-music innovator Vangelis. boundaries with such rhythm- near Cincinnati as of yet, but his Although the universal themes planet called Zardex. The inhab-
From these sessions emerged two ically invigorating electronic latest work of art, Animation, is of loneliness and death are pre- itants of this plant, Retsnoms,
separate albums Short Stories and pieces_ . e "Prec~ure.Pobt;' and available in the area. sent in the f h ,its appeal may be have some very strange character-
The Friends of Mr. Cairo. Mr. narrow, for to appreciate the film, istics. They are all identical, and
Cairo proved rhythmically electri- the viewer must be somewhat all of their facial features are in
fying and a pleasure to listen to,
but Short Stories hasn't even been Where do the aood acts ao? V V
familiar with the music of Pink
Floyd. As a result, the film may
different numbers than ours.
One of the towns on Zardex
Riverfront Coliseum not do too well commercially and
released in the United States.
Abandoning Vangelis' innovative -
Bmry Manilow - Oct. 26 bringing thought she was dead can only be enjoyed t o its fullest
has a very fine restaurant at which
you can often find "several" Ret-
eleccentricity, Jon returned to the his "old songs" extent by fans of Pink Floyd.
studio with a conventional Van Halen - Nov. 5 - get some Millet Hdl, Miami U. However, the film is graphically
snoms gathered. On one particu-
haircuts Go Go's with A Flock of Seagulls lar day, there were between 170
"band" and has recently released innovative and emotionally in- and 520 ears in the restaurant.
his fourth work since the demise - Oct. 9, 8:00 - the great home- vigorating. There was more than one Ret-
of Yes, Animation. UD Arena coming alternative The film's overall effect may snom in the room; but if I tell
Aninurtion is AU Eddie Money with The Michael be summed up by two rather loud
of J ~ kademark
~ ' ~ leap Stanley Band - Oct 13, 7:30 - TaftTheatre viewers who sat behind me in the
you exactly how many ears there
from the speakers creating vivid worth the money -
Spyrogyra - Oct. 22, 8:OO what- theater:
were, you would know how many
images of broad scope. ~ ~ Ooshy,
d ~ StiZZs~and Nash
- - Nov. 3 - ever "This is such a wierd movie."
Retsnoms there were and how
son's abstract lyrics of Yes have Young -
Gallager Oct. 23 - watermelon "Yeah, but isn't it great?!"
many ears each had. Suddenly,
-
Diana Ross - Oct. 24, 8:00 Ken humor
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m y summer my corpse, they decided to feed

Waco-weecI wrecks /Her's summer


me to the gays of San Francisco.
They rented a blue Limousine and '
off we went t o Fairyland. .-
by Chris SchmaIz grindma, for some rest. However, Anne (rhymes with hit the fan), Besides having one tttmen- by John Lilly points in Indian Hill High School.
It all started out simple my cousin Tiger and I wanted to put some of that California dous hangover, I was also power- Don't look now, but at this "A lot of the teachers are really
enough. The regular old summer play putt-putt golf that night. wacko-weed in Mabel and Mag- less. The fiendish relatives had very moment, Peter Carr may be good, but the Administration is
vacation - parties, work and the This of course didn't go down gie's cream de la wheat. But, stripped off my bat-belt and watching you and laughing him- another story.
routine stuff. Then it happened - with granny who wanted to watch whatever it was they turned into power blaster. Well, anyway, self silly. "I will be given unlimited
I was invited to visit my relatives over me and said I was too tired. miniature Chuckie Mansons and once in 'Frisco, they snapped "At lunch today, I was look- freedom as a college student next
in sunny, sultry California. That's when the stuff hit the Patty Hearsts. They kept scream- some photos of me (in order t o ing at a couple of girls, and they year, and I would like to see a
My initial thoughts were proverbial fan. ing 'We's kidnapping you, ha-ha, send to my mother and father for were sitting there, just looking so gradual progression towards that.
"Great - I11 visit my relatives and I lashed out at Mabel vis- and there's not one thing you all ransom after I was already dead) pathetic that I broke into laugh- I thought it was kind of strange
soak up some sun." I've never cously, "Look, I'm seventeen; I can does 'bout it." They bound in front of the limo. They began ter. I got a kick out of that." last year when I would see Junior
been so wrong. luring gays towards me and that's Pete Carr, it seems, has a High students eating outside and
The three week vacation when I bolted free. knack for picking out the utterly know that as a junior in high
started out just peachy. I rendez- I broke for a group of red pathetic in any situation. This is school, I had less freedom.
voused with my grandmother shirted evangiEists from New the man who "disowned" his dog "By the way, do you have a
Mabel (rhymes with Stable), my Hampshire. These saps gave me on account of the beast's com- yellow hall slip to be here?"
aunt Maggie and her two delight- sufficient cover while my relatives plete lack of intelligence. This is I suppose I have to balance
ful (eeeeee) grandaughters in the poked about for me. However, the man who never finished read- that with something he likes,
captivating aroma of the Indiana- luck was on my side and granny's ing The Once and Future King, now, don't I?"
polis Greyhound Bus Station. vision held out (bad as usual), and because the last chapter was eaten For one thing, Peter likes
In order to fully understand they gave up their search. Now, by a Brown Bear. This is the man reading. Unfortunately, his
my mistake in this cross-country totally on my own I decided to Peter exercises his freedom of religion during his lunch period. who has formed a cult around the school reading affords him very
excursion, a little background make my journey homeward. Dukane intercoms which grace little time for the recreational
might be beneficial. Then again it
might not. Well anyway, my
But noooo, I had to be at- senior sketch I.H. classrooms and the mysteri- variety .
tacked by a hoard of renegade ous voices which emerge from For another thing, he likes
grandma Mabel lives in Scotts-
burg, Indiana which is a lot like
Goshen or Glen Este. If you
Medflies. These dudes just pom-
melled me like Hitler stomped on Diane gets into water -
there daily.
"How did this man come to
exist?" you ask. Born in Cincin-
music a lot. Last week, he began
jazz guitar lessons at CCM, which
Belgium. Needless t o say, I was by Rosemary Ward occasion substitutes as a teacher he has been trying to schedule
know anyone who lives in South- quarrentined and put under ob- If ever you've walked down for swimming lessons. nati, Peter moved to New York "for quite some time now. I'm
ern Indiana or unfortunately has servation by J . Brown and the the halls of I.H. and noticed In some of the little free time City when he was two or three, not into the 'what song do you
ever travelled through Southern state of California. someone wearing a garbage bag or she has, Diane enjoys listening to "at the height of Hippiedom." want to learn today?' method."
Indiana, they all talk with the a i d playing music. She has been There, he grew his hair long and In addition to the guitar,
One of the ransom pictures taken moments before Schmalz bolted for These California doctors did dressed as a sheik, it's probably
same sort of dialect. A lot of "I some weird, we're talking weird mastering both the violin and lived the free and easy life on which he practices about two
freedom. been Diane Remmell. Yes, Diane
do believes," "I do declares" and piano for several years now,, and 42nd Street until he was forced to hours a day, Pete has, in the past
tests on me. However, after I is a very unusual person. Her
"ooodels and goobs." Nothing should know if I'm tired or not!" and gagged me and left me in currently plays with the I.H. return
for parental Cincinnati in 1976
to reasons. played trumpet and french horn,
recovered (from the tests that is) theory is that "You need humour
sensible like "you're a sap," "and However, I did finally give in, their wine cellar to drown. both of which he quit a t the
stufr' or quite simply "slime." riding on a bus for five solid days Little did they know I was the
good old J. Brown and his lovely
state flew me home. If you've
to get through high school."
But this doesn't mean that
orchestra. Hearing Diane play the
violin is a totally awesome experi- Although he can't flare his pinnacle of his achievement. "I
Now, besides being a member does exhaust me somewhat. Wine King of Indian Hill and ence. When asked to describe her nostrils without the aid of a mir-
of the original Beverly Hillbillies Shish . . . drinking myself t o safety was no
learned very little (or nothing at Diane always takes school lightly. See PETER, p. 8
all) from this article, just try t o In fact, when it comes to academ- playing, Diane merely states, "I'm ror, Pete sees both good and bad
my grandma also possesses a few Then it happened. I don't problem. I even kinda liked it not very good, but I like to think
remember one thing: avoid ics she is quite serious, and is one
other little, ah, characteristics. really know why - it just did. and stuff. n e next day, the day I am." On the contemporary side
a)relatives b)hilljacks c)southern- of the few people who does well
Frankly, she can't hear or see very Maybe my mother's sister, Mary they had planned to dispose of of things, Diane says "I like basic-
ers d)gays e)all of the above. in all subjects.
well, at all. So, of course I just ally any kind of rock-n-roll."
Diane is involved in numerous
had to read to her every sign DIANE, from p. 9 Some of her favourite bands in-
after-school activities. She enjoys
along the way and repeat what I because she says, "I still haven't to which particular one is uncer- clude Frank Zappa, the Who,
soccer and swimming, and is on
said three or four times for similarly disturbing. "I've always found the beach yet." No doubt tain. Rush, Journey and Asia.
the I.H. swim team this year.
clarity. Shish . . . wanted to be snowed in with with her determination she will After having succeeded Another thing Diane loves to
Besides sports, Diane is also
As for my aunt Maggie and her twelve feet of snow outside, so I keep trying. through higher education, Diane involved in Chieftgin and is their do is doodle, though she doesn't
two delightful (eeeeee) grand- could jump out of my window After high school, Diane plans plans on "probably working - and chief typesetter. When asked why always do this in her free time
daughters, only one thing can be and dig tunnels." on studying chemical engineering spending the rest of my life on after school. She has an obsession
she spends so much time on
said here: avoid at all costs. Though, sadly, Diane has been and then afterwards, pursuing a the beach." Knowing Diane, she with drawing a certain character
Chieftain she says, "You get free
They're like White Castle ham- unable to practise such feats, she medical career. Naturally she should have enough experience t o called "Superchicken" which is a
room and board - what more can
burgers - highlyexplosive and not has managed to join in on her plans to attend college to do this, do well in this field. somewhat horrific cross between
you ask for in life?"
to be used unless under strict favourite water-related sport of but at the moment her choice as a bald eagle and a rooster. Many
Other activities of hers include
adult supervision. To top it all "hitting the beach." She has been PETER, from p. 9 Remmell papers are found to in-
Peer Counseling, of which she has
off they're southern in every known to take days off school to did get a fifty dollar profit on the maybe go to Europe." clude this grotesque fowl.
now been a member for a year,
negative aspect of the word. participate in this particular horn, though," he will tell you if After that he'll probably enlist Probably the most enjoyable
and Model U.N. Last year with
Well, we were just kinda' event. you ask about the rather abrupt in the A m y as a private. "The thing to Diane is anything involv-
U.N. she received recognition for
rolling along getting bus sick Her means of transport - her end of his brass career. transition from enlisted man t o her outstanding team work with ing water. When I say this, I
when BAMM, we stomped on into bike. What, you may ask, does Peter also loves to travel. officer will be hard, but I think I another member of the I.H. club mean not just water as in the liq-
California like it was nothing. she do when her bike has a flat? When he isn't tutoring some for- can make it." at a convention in Dayton. She uid form, but also in the solid
This is when the fun really began, For Diane, the answer is simple - tunate soul or being entertained Well, I could keep writing, but also participated in meetings at form, such as snow. "I've always
ha, you betcha'. We arrived in take to the foot. Diane finds this by his manager at the "Mariemont it's 9: 30, and I have a Govern- Edgecliff in Cincinnati and liked the water," she says, "I'd
San Jose (rhymes with "you'll particular method of transport Cinemas East; may I help you?," ment paper t o lash together. Too Georgetown, Washington D.C. like to be in a flood some day - so
pay") around five o'clock and much more competitive. "This Pete is probably dreaming about bad I can't look forward to typing Besides her numerous &go1 I could float past my neighbour's
were cordially received by our way it's a challenge, because it touring the country with the it on an IBM selectric correcting activities, Diane is president v? a house on a raft."
ovejoyed relatives. By seven, we wears away your skin." Grateful Dead next summer. "I'd typewriter as Peter can. Her ideas concerning snow are
4-H club. She also works at Me
were fed (sparingly at that) and Unfortunately, Diane has re- like to become one of their But that's another pathetic Diane demonstrates her good taste in clothes.
Madeira library and at the YMCA,
were ready, according to my frained from the sport recently hard cores for a summer, or story. where she is a. lifeguard, a ~ on d
See DIANE, p. 8
Page 8 CHIEFTAIN October 8,1982 October 8, 1982 CHIEFTAIN Page 9
m y summer my corpse, they decided to feed

Waco-weecI wrecks /Her's summer


me to the gays of San Francisco.
They rented a blue Limousine and '
off we went t o Fairyland. .-
by Chris SchmaIz grindma, for some rest. However, Anne (rhymes with hit the fan), Besides having one tttmen- by John Lilly points in Indian Hill High School.
It all started out simple my cousin Tiger and I wanted to put some of that California dous hangover, I was also power- Don't look now, but at this "A lot of the teachers are really
enough. The regular old summer play putt-putt golf that night. wacko-weed in Mabel and Mag- less. The fiendish relatives had very moment, Peter Carr may be good, but the Administration is
vacation - parties, work and the This of course didn't go down gie's cream de la wheat. But, stripped off my bat-belt and watching you and laughing him- another story.
routine stuff. Then it happened - with granny who wanted to watch whatever it was they turned into power blaster. Well, anyway, self silly. "I will be given unlimited
I was invited to visit my relatives over me and said I was too tired. miniature Chuckie Mansons and once in 'Frisco, they snapped "At lunch today, I was look- freedom as a college student next
in sunny, sultry California. That's when the stuff hit the Patty Hearsts. They kept scream- some photos of me (in order t o ing at a couple of girls, and they year, and I would like to see a
My initial thoughts were proverbial fan. ing 'We's kidnapping you, ha-ha, send to my mother and father for were sitting there, just looking so gradual progression towards that.
"Great - I11 visit my relatives and I lashed out at Mabel vis- and there's not one thing you all ransom after I was already dead) pathetic that I broke into laugh- I thought it was kind of strange
soak up some sun." I've never cously, "Look, I'm seventeen; I can does 'bout it." They bound in front of the limo. They began ter. I got a kick out of that." last year when I would see Junior
been so wrong. luring gays towards me and that's Pete Carr, it seems, has a High students eating outside and
The three week vacation when I bolted free. knack for picking out the utterly know that as a junior in high
started out just peachy. I rendez- I broke for a group of red pathetic in any situation. This is school, I had less freedom.
voused with my grandmother shirted evangiEists from New the man who "disowned" his dog "By the way, do you have a
Mabel (rhymes with Stable), my Hampshire. These saps gave me on account of the beast's com- yellow hall slip to be here?"
aunt Maggie and her two delight- sufficient cover while my relatives plete lack of intelligence. This is I suppose I have to balance
ful (eeeeee) grandaughters in the poked about for me. However, the man who never finished read- that with something he likes,
captivating aroma of the Indiana- luck was on my side and granny's ing The Once and Future King, now, don't I?"
polis Greyhound Bus Station. vision held out (bad as usual), and because the last chapter was eaten For one thing, Peter likes
In order to fully understand they gave up their search. Now, by a Brown Bear. This is the man reading. Unfortunately, his
my mistake in this cross-country totally on my own I decided to Peter exercises his freedom of religion during his lunch period. who has formed a cult around the school reading affords him very
excursion, a little background make my journey homeward. Dukane intercoms which grace little time for the recreational
might be beneficial. Then again it
might not. Well anyway, my
But noooo, I had to be at- senior sketch I.H. classrooms and the mysteri- variety .
tacked by a hoard of renegade ous voices which emerge from For another thing, he likes
grandma Mabel lives in Scotts-
burg, Indiana which is a lot like
Goshen or Glen Este. If you
Medflies. These dudes just pom-
melled me like Hitler stomped on Diane gets into water -
there daily.
"How did this man come to
exist?" you ask. Born in Cincin-
music a lot. Last week, he began
jazz guitar lessons at CCM, which
Belgium. Needless t o say, I was by Rosemary Ward occasion substitutes as a teacher he has been trying to schedule
know anyone who lives in South- quarrentined and put under ob- If ever you've walked down for swimming lessons. nati, Peter moved to New York "for quite some time now. I'm
ern Indiana or unfortunately has servation by J . Brown and the the halls of I.H. and noticed In some of the little free time City when he was two or three, not into the 'what song do you
ever travelled through Southern state of California. someone wearing a garbage bag or she has, Diane enjoys listening to "at the height of Hippiedom." want to learn today?' method."
Indiana, they all talk with the a i d playing music. She has been There, he grew his hair long and In addition to the guitar,
One of the ransom pictures taken moments before Schmalz bolted for These California doctors did dressed as a sheik, it's probably
same sort of dialect. A lot of "I some weird, we're talking weird mastering both the violin and lived the free and easy life on which he practices about two
freedom. been Diane Remmell. Yes, Diane
do believes," "I do declares" and piano for several years now,, and 42nd Street until he was forced to hours a day, Pete has, in the past
tests on me. However, after I is a very unusual person. Her
"ooodels and goobs." Nothing should know if I'm tired or not!" and gagged me and left me in currently plays with the I.H. return
for parental Cincinnati in 1976
to reasons. played trumpet and french horn,
recovered (from the tests that is) theory is that "You need humour
sensible like "you're a sap," "and However, I did finally give in, their wine cellar to drown. both of which he quit a t the
stufr' or quite simply "slime." riding on a bus for five solid days Little did they know I was the
good old J. Brown and his lovely
state flew me home. If you've
to get through high school."
But this doesn't mean that
orchestra. Hearing Diane play the
violin is a totally awesome experi- Although he can't flare his pinnacle of his achievement. "I
Now, besides being a member does exhaust me somewhat. Wine King of Indian Hill and ence. When asked to describe her nostrils without the aid of a mir-
of the original Beverly Hillbillies Shish . . . drinking myself t o safety was no
learned very little (or nothing at Diane always takes school lightly. See PETER, p. 8
all) from this article, just try t o In fact, when it comes to academ- playing, Diane merely states, "I'm ror, Pete sees both good and bad
my grandma also possesses a few Then it happened. I don't problem. I even kinda liked it not very good, but I like to think
remember one thing: avoid ics she is quite serious, and is one
other little, ah, characteristics. really know why - it just did. and stuff. n e next day, the day I am." On the contemporary side
a)relatives b)hilljacks c)southern- of the few people who does well
Frankly, she can't hear or see very Maybe my mother's sister, Mary they had planned to dispose of of things, Diane says "I like basic-
ers d)gays e)all of the above. in all subjects.
well, at all. So, of course I just ally any kind of rock-n-roll."
Diane is involved in numerous
had to read to her every sign DIANE, from p. 9 Some of her favourite bands in-
after-school activities. She enjoys
along the way and repeat what I because she says, "I still haven't to which particular one is uncer- clude Frank Zappa, the Who,
soccer and swimming, and is on
said three or four times for similarly disturbing. "I've always found the beach yet." No doubt tain. Rush, Journey and Asia.
the I.H. swim team this year.
clarity. Shish . . . wanted to be snowed in with with her determination she will After having succeeded Another thing Diane loves to
Besides sports, Diane is also
As for my aunt Maggie and her twelve feet of snow outside, so I keep trying. through higher education, Diane involved in Chieftgin and is their do is doodle, though she doesn't
two delightful (eeeeee) grand- could jump out of my window After high school, Diane plans plans on "probably working - and chief typesetter. When asked why always do this in her free time
daughters, only one thing can be and dig tunnels." on studying chemical engineering spending the rest of my life on after school. She has an obsession
she spends so much time on
said here: avoid at all costs. Though, sadly, Diane has been and then afterwards, pursuing a the beach." Knowing Diane, she with drawing a certain character
Chieftain she says, "You get free
They're like White Castle ham- unable to practise such feats, she medical career. Naturally she should have enough experience t o called "Superchicken" which is a
room and board - what more can
burgers - highlyexplosive and not has managed to join in on her plans to attend college to do this, do well in this field. somewhat horrific cross between
you ask for in life?"
to be used unless under strict favourite water-related sport of but at the moment her choice as a bald eagle and a rooster. Many
Other activities of hers include
adult supervision. To top it all "hitting the beach." She has been PETER, from p. 9 Remmell papers are found to in-
Peer Counseling, of which she has
off they're southern in every known to take days off school to did get a fifty dollar profit on the maybe go to Europe." clude this grotesque fowl.
now been a member for a year,
negative aspect of the word. participate in this particular horn, though," he will tell you if After that he'll probably enlist Probably the most enjoyable
and Model U.N. Last year with
Well, we were just kinda' event. you ask about the rather abrupt in the A m y as a private. "The thing to Diane is anything involv-
U.N. she received recognition for
rolling along getting bus sick Her means of transport - her end of his brass career. transition from enlisted man t o her outstanding team work with ing water. When I say this, I
when BAMM, we stomped on into bike. What, you may ask, does Peter also loves to travel. officer will be hard, but I think I another member of the I.H. club mean not just water as in the liq-
California like it was nothing. she do when her bike has a flat? When he isn't tutoring some for- can make it." at a convention in Dayton. She uid form, but also in the solid
This is when the fun really began, For Diane, the answer is simple - tunate soul or being entertained Well, I could keep writing, but also participated in meetings at form, such as snow. "I've always
ha, you betcha'. We arrived in take to the foot. Diane finds this by his manager at the "Mariemont it's 9: 30, and I have a Govern- Edgecliff in Cincinnati and liked the water," she says, "I'd
San Jose (rhymes with "you'll particular method of transport Cinemas East; may I help you?," ment paper t o lash together. Too Georgetown, Washington D.C. like to be in a flood some day - so
pay") around five o'clock and much more competitive. "This Pete is probably dreaming about bad I can't look forward to typing Besides her numerous &go1 I could float past my neighbour's
were cordially received by our way it's a challenge, because it touring the country with the it on an IBM selectric correcting activities, Diane is president v? a house on a raft."
ovejoyed relatives. By seven, we wears away your skin." Grateful Dead next summer. "I'd typewriter as Peter can. Her ideas concerning snow are
4-H club. She also works at Me
were fed (sparingly at that) and Unfortunately, Diane has re- like to become one of their But that's another pathetic Diane demonstrates her good taste in clothes.
Madeira library and at the YMCA,
were ready, according to my frained from the sport recently hard cores for a summer, or story. where she is a. lifeguard, a ~ on d
See DIANE, p. 8
Page 10 CHIEFTAIN October 8,1982 Page 7
'October 8,1982 CHIEFTAIN
disc review - hauntingly beautiful song with
soaring vocals, intriguing lyrics teacher feature- --
In addition to her experience
"Mirage" joins "Ru mours" family and overall brilliant performances
by the group. It is possibly the Selzer makes her dramatic return in drama, Miss Selzer is well
versed in teaching speech and
by Kevin Walzer when every member of the group ham, is a moiiing song of a man best song on the record, and must by Christoph Hugernaut Indian Hill for twenty years. Miss Last year, she took a leave of debate; she was the teacher of
Fleetwood Mac has been an was experiencing personal looking back on his life with be heard. The single, "Hold Me," "I enjoy being on both sides Selzer is constantly returning to sabbatical to "go out and be a these two topics which, unfor-
integral part of the rock scene turmoil. The record went on to regret. 'That's Alright," Stevie is overrated and boring after of the desk." This remark typifies the universities, to both attend student again." However, her tunately, seem to have gone the
since the early seventies. Having become one of the biggest selling Nicks' point of view, offers no having been played so many times the career of Miss Martha Selzer, and conduct various classes and time was e~uallydivided between way of the drama classes. When
survived many personnel changes, of all time, and is now the regrets. Her interesting voice on the radio, but still is a good, who seminars. researching a doctoral degree at asked about the problem of de-
the band is now in the midst of standard against which all their showcases solid country4ike rhy- bouncy showcase for McVie's - has been teaching
-"P
English at
-*-- -
Miami University and conducting clining enrollment, she said that it
their finest lineup. albums are measured. thm and always-superb lyrics. keyboard talents. "Oh Dianne" various workshops on poem and would affect course offerings, but
The rhythm section, with Mirage could be considered "Book of Love" is totally power- eats up time, "Eyes of the World" short story writing by secondary at the same time allow for more
John McVie on bass and Mick the grandchild of Rumours. After N with Buckingham's vocals is overtly redundant, but 'Wish students. individualism. She has always
Fleetwood at drums, is composed the extravagent Tusk and a live a soaring in accompaniment with You Were Here" closes out on a When she is in residence at been a proponent of smaller
of the group's two charter mem- album, they have settled down to dramatic guiws. "Gypsy" is a nice note. The only problem is Indian Hill, she is still busy organ- classes. "It allows teachers to be
bers. On keyboards is Christine record an overall excellent album, bright song that is a total team that it sounds like almost every izing and directing workshops more creative, as well as to rein-
McVie, the golden throated song- their finest since Rumours. There effort. McVie's "Only Over You" other song McVie writes. Her around Cincinnati. Her different force skills."
writer-singer who has been part are constant allusions to Rumouts is an interesting love ballad that style is slow, husky love ballads, classes span everything from Miss Selzer is obviously very
since the early seventies. The on this album, with the songs fits her vocal range well. and this tune does nothing to drama to composition. Several busy (who wouldn't be with 150
newest members, Lindsey Buck- wrapping up and tying the loose The second side is erratic. break the mold. years ago, she taught one of the composition students?) but she
ingham (guitars) and Stevie Nicks ends that have been left behind. There are several fillers, but also Mirage has its up and down two formal drama classes offered, still finds time to squeeze in her
(vocals) joined in 1975. Aftes Side one kicks off with "Love in two excellent songs. "Empire moments, but is a superb team which regularly presented produc- favorite activity: drama. Unlike
recording Fleetwood Mac, which Store," a good love song with State" is trite but is notable for a effort, and the good far outweighs -, tions similar to the children's many theater goers, Miss Selzer
put them at the top of the charts, good guitar arrangement, the good 10-12 second guitar inter- the bad. If Fleetwood Mac con- plays. However, due to declining does not limit herself to merely
and a hectic tour, they recorded mellow vocals of Christine McVie, lude by Buckingham. Then there tinues to produce albums of this enrollment, there are n o longer watching the action. She fre-
one of the finest albums ever and outstanding harmony. "Can't is Nicks' masterpiece, "Straight quality, they stand t o be one of enough students to have such a quently is involved as an advisor,
heard, Rumours. during a time Cn Rnck." bv Lindsev Bucking- Back." It is her finest piece yet, a the great hitmakers of the '80's. class. critic, or director.
disc review Miss Selzer presently teaches One of the groups with wliich
.-
*II
THE WALL, from p. 6 English composition classes; she she particularly enjoys assisting is
-
Anderson releases poetic, graceful al bu m -
" F

of -bleak filming and surrealistic particularly enjoys working with the Mariemont Village Players.

by Peter Cars matured into poetic imagery sung "Much Better Reason."
animation from Gerald Scarfe.
Such powerful compositions by
--- Z
seniors. ''It gives me an oppor-
tunity to discuss ideas and to
"If I had more time, I'd act with
them" she says. However, she
photo by Chris examine the artistry of literature finds time to take advantage of
With the apparent success of in his unique, angelic voice. A As usual, Anderson's lyrics Pink Ftoyd as "Goodbye Blue
writers; at the same time, I enjoy Cincinnati's Performing Arts,
the newest supergroup Asia, it collection of well-known musi- contain forceful themes and Sky" and "Empty Spaces'' are As can be s&by this picture, Miss Selrer's back and ready for action. the lively discussion.'^ chiefly at the symphony and
becomes increasingly easy to cians ranging from Jack Bruce to imagery. Such themes as Chris- supplemented by Scarfe's apoco-
forget that Asia's incredible gui- the Brazil Idiots complement this lyptic animation with symbolic opera, and at the Playhouse.
tianity, the honors of a nuclear
taristdteve Howe, was at one
time a major driving force in the
voice creating a harmonious war, prostitution, and a natural sketches of blood, skeletons, and Puzzle employs logic, math and Retsnoms She expresses a fondness for
pictures of clowns. "I don't
musical whole. child-birth are present in Anima- oppressive hammers. The ele-
by John Bergman some Retsnoms left the room. many left, how many ears each know why, but I've always liked
now defunct group Yes. Jon Anderson covers a tre- tion. Jon's graceful lyrics are de- ments of film, animation, and
This week, I have decided to There were now between 170 and had and how many eyes each had. them."
Howe has certainly retained mendous amount of ground with livered atop a musical tempest of music all combine to create a
his popularity, but what has be- throw a mathematical puzzle into 520 eyes in the room, and there Try to solve this intriguing prob- Because she brings many as-
the nine tracks on Animation. fresh melodies, rhythms and general mood of alienation and'
the bag. Some of you may be was still more than one Retsnom lem logically, or mathematically, pects of teaching, from drama to
come of Yes' other mystical in- Side one consists of four superb sounds. The elements of poetry doom.
slightly turned off by the num- in the room. If I tell you how before consulting the wonderfully literature (and an occasional
gredient, vocalist Jon Anderson? compositions including the force- and music combine to create a Roger Waters probably based bers, but I advise you to give it a many eyes there were, you would simple answer. clown) into the classroom, her
Emerging from the crippled Yes, ful "Olympia" which is about delightful, sensuous album that this chilling motion picture on the
try, since there is a great deal of know how many Retsnoms there students regard her not as an or-
Jon recorded his fust solo album, Vangelis' electronic music, "Ad- personifies Jon Anderson's rare life of his companion Syd Barrett,
logic to finding the answer. were and how many eyes each ANSWER TO THE RETSNOMS dinary English teacher, but as one
Song of Seven. This work met mation," a sentimental piece re- talent. Jon is touring the United who was one of the original
with little commercial success, Remember that each answer had. Each Retsnom has fewer who is willing to bring in "ideas,
calling the recent birth of Jon's States with his band Animation founders of Pink Floyd. Syd has
Uat I ask for is completely pos- eyes than ears. The above in- I find this problem very in- arguments - I wouldn't go so far
for, compared to his earlier son, and the swinging "All in a and was recently featured on the long since vanished from the rock
sible to find. formation is, believe it or not, all teresting because it combines to say violent ones, but it's never
albums, Song of Seven is a dis- Matter of Time," which has re- King Biscuit Flour Hour as he and roll scene, but his presence you need to tell me how many elements of logic and mathe- boring7' in the words of one of
appointingly weak composition. ceived considerable air-time on performed many cuts off of Ani- remains in all of Pink Floyd's Retsnoms there were in the
Anderson then proceeded to local radio stations. On side two, mation live. Unfortunately, Jon compostitions - especially The
THE RETSNOMS
Many light-years away from beginning of the problem, how see PUZZLE, p. 16
her former students.
pass time in the studio with eIec- Jon reaches out into experimental Anderson is not coming anywhere Wall. earth, there is a very interesting
tronic-music innovator Vangelis. boundaries with such rhythm- near Cincinnati as of yet, but his Although the universal themes planet called Zardex. The inhab-
From these sessions emerged two ically invigorating electronic latest work of art, Animation, is of loneliness and death are pre- itants of this plant, Retsnoms,
separate albums Short Stories and pieces_ . e "Prec~ure.Pobt;' and available in the area. sent in the f h ,its appeal may be have some very strange character-
The Friends of Mr. Cairo. Mr. narrow, for to appreciate the film, istics. They are all identical, and
Cairo proved rhythmically electri- the viewer must be somewhat all of their facial features are in
fying and a pleasure to listen to,
but Short Stories hasn't even been Where do the aood acts ao? V V
familiar with the music of Pink
Floyd. As a result, the film may
different numbers than ours.
One of the towns on Zardex
Riverfront Coliseum not do too well commercially and
released in the United States.
Abandoning Vangelis' innovative -
Bmry Manilow - Oct. 26 bringing thought she was dead can only be enjoyed t o its fullest
has a very fine restaurant at which
you can often find "several" Ret-
eleccentricity, Jon returned to the his "old songs" extent by fans of Pink Floyd.
studio with a conventional Van Halen - Nov. 5 - get some Millet Hdl, Miami U. However, the film is graphically
snoms gathered. On one particu-
haircuts Go Go's with A Flock of Seagulls lar day, there were between 170
"band" and has recently released innovative and emotionally in- and 520 ears in the restaurant.
his fourth work since the demise - Oct. 9, 8:00 - the great home- vigorating. There was more than one Ret-
of Yes, Animation. UD Arena coming alternative The film's overall effect may snom in the room; but if I tell
Aninurtion is AU Eddie Money with The Michael be summed up by two rather loud
of J ~ kademark
~ ' ~ leap Stanley Band - Oct 13, 7:30 - TaftTheatre viewers who sat behind me in the
you exactly how many ears there
from the speakers creating vivid worth the money -
Spyrogyra - Oct. 22, 8:OO what- theater:
were, you would know how many
images of broad scope. ~ ~ Ooshy,
d ~ StiZZs~and Nash
- - Nov. 3 - ever "This is such a wierd movie."
Retsnoms there were and how
son's abstract lyrics of Yes have Young -
Gallager Oct. 23 - watermelon "Yeah, but isn't it great?!"
many ears each had. Suddenly,
-
Diana Ross - Oct. 24, 8:00 Ken humor
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by Kurt Dustekberg
elf-esteem should be your
fnst priority every day.
Expert McGrane has answers
speaker wants to addresp, and
another complement to show a
genuine concern for the feelings
and ruins soccer Braves' opes, 2-
Madeira by three to end the half
Everyone has it. It is just a ques-
PC
by Dwight Poffenberger

<<w
of 'the listener. on top, 4-1. The second half the
tion of degrees." not you are president of an organ- e make far more acguain- This Wednesday the varsity
soccer Braves suffered a traumatic I Braves substituted regularly, only
This message was conveyed by
self-esteem consultant and lec-
turer Bill McGrane when he spoke
at Indian Hill's last activity period
ization. High self-esteem means
you can communicate rather than
argue. You don't tell people
things, you share them.
-. .
"a,
tmces than we do friend-
ships. True friends are really few
and far between. I think a friend
is someone who accepts you even
setback, losing 2-1 to Eoveland in
overtime, eliminating a possible
EHL championship. The game
- scoring one more on a deflection
shot by Dwight Poffenberger.
The regular season ended with
puts Indian Hill in either third or the Braves romping Clermont
September 22. The lecture was "If you haw achieved it you after he gets to know you."
fourth place for the EHL tourna-
re Northeast, 5-0. This year is the
entitled, "Self-esteem: How to can accept people, listen, not McGrane accepts the idea that
ment, depending on Saturday's i first for Northeast soccer. Scott
get along with yourself and condemn, and enjoy being with sometimes it is necessary to Lyon recorded his fifth shutout in
yourself." game. The team finished second
others." deviate from one's own standards goal which places him tied for
McGrane has a thirty day , in regular season play.
McCrane spoke about several 'Sf you determine the appropri- first place among Cincinnati's
action plan to achieve self-esteem After the emotional loss coach
aspects of the influences that ef- ateness of your action and you goalies. When asked if he likes his
upon making six affirmations: Stertmeyer told the players to
I fect self-esteem with peer pressure are clear on what you believe. new position as keeper Lyon said,
and relationships stressed as major * I now accept myself totally *- -5

You can be flexible to a point.


pick their heads up. The season is
not nearly over. The Braves re- "I'm happy with the move be-
elements in developing one's sense and unconditionally. 'When I was in high school cause I get more playing time."
of self. He defines self-esteem as . * I am now free of all self- and my friends went out to drink,
ceived a good draw in the sec-
Lyon gladly contributes his suc-
"the way someone feels about destructive criticism. tional tournament and are seeded -r-,
I would go with them and maybe number one. photo by Chris Eaton cess thus far to his defense. ''The
himself." * I now have unconditional ' sip on the same beer all night. In the first round the Braves Svein Johannessen works past a Loveland defender. defense has w e d me a couple
'The way people treat you, warm regards for all persons at all McGRANE When the behavior got bad, I curred, but no fights took place times. They're one of the best in
face New Richmond at home. All town. It's extremely possible the
negatively or positively, is based
on how they have been treated.
People who often say negative
times.
* I now show that I am
100% alive by thinking, speaking,
an cGrane says confidence is a
result of self-esteem. But
what separates a confident person
would leave. I knew what I
wanted and acted accordingly."
He explained that people who
the games will be at Indian Hill,
because the Braves are the top
Braves could end up in the state
tournament.
(much to the fans' disappoint-
ment). Ron Zesch received a
In the first round of the EHL warning, but he is getting used to
the city," commented Lyon.
In the last league regular sea-
son game the Braves erupted for
things have had more negative seed. Then the Braves will prob-
and acting with great enthusiasm. with self-esteem from an obnox- get drunk on purpose "have low tournament the Braves dominated it. He leads the team in cards and five goals in the third quarter to
influences than positive ones. It ably face Madeira. The Braves
* I am now completely self- ious egoist? self-esteem and a failure identity. will get to face Loveland again if Madeira, 5-1, in an afternoon fights. Several minutes into the defeat Milford, 5-0. Forward
tells you where they are coming determined and I allow others the "An egoist has a 'better than' Some people can't feel comfort- game Dave Rhodenbaugh put Steve Womack put in two of the
they make it to the finals or the game. Although the Braves had
from." same right. attitude. He also repels relation- able to 'just let me be me.' ', Madeira down 1-0 on a penalty goals. Asked why the Braves sud-
played lazily in every previous
w
sectionals.
hat causes people to be * I now release all compari- ships. People with self-esteem are veryday, McGrane tries to
vulnerable to peer pressure
and the desires of others, he says,
sons with myself and others.
':At first, they all seem like
flexible. Someone with high self-
esteem would never say anything
E meet five new people. He
seeks out these opportunities
If the team wins the sectionals
it will advance to the districts at
afternoon game, they maintained
their intensity throughout this
kick, 'lut the Mustangs came right
back with an equalizing penalty
denly turned on, Womack com-
§ee SOCCER, p.- 14
Dayton. There the Braves tough- ballgame. The game was so in- shot. The Braves took control in
is that our instincts say we want lies," he admits, "but if you are to devalue someone where an daily using "the wheel of life." tense that several skirmishes - oc- the second quarter, outscoring
*****
est compgitor will be Finnev-
to be comfortable and avoid being determined, you can make them egoist would." The seven spokes on the wheel are forward line, who continued t o
isolated. "But eventually, if we
begin to take risks and do things
work."
"Sometimes we fmd we are
The 26 year-old U.C. and Pur-
cell High School graduate believes
social, mental, fmancial, family,
career, spiritual and physical. He
Field hockey Squaws con ident at 5-2 score. Wiatt made a beautiful
goal by dribbling the ball from
on our own, we will do them thinking great but feeling lousy. it is easy to tell the difference uses these topics of conversation by Priscilla Bower The Squaws hope to end the play the tough Fairmont East the 50 yard line, passing to More,
, again if we find nothing bad hap- That happens. It is when we align "because you can smell a person in order to get to know people. The varsity field hockey team season with a 10-2 record. Coach hockey team. In the first half who tapped the ball back to her,
pens." our thinking and our feeling that if he is real. Confidence, speech McGrane practices his beliefs has had a successful season thus Carol Wehmann believes the team Fairmont outran the Squaws and and then flicking the ball directly
McGrane emphasized the is exciting." and body language are all signs of in a warm manner, never losing far. The Squaws are midway is strong and aggressive. She feels scored three goals. In the second past the goalie into the net.
importance of realizing what gives McGrane says that "Everyday, a person's self-esteem." eye contact with his audience or through their season, and have a that if the players want to win, half the Squaws held Fairmont Other goals were made by More,
an individual self-esteem. He in- everybody tries to make you a Although a person with high an individual. record of 5-2. The team has a they will. scoreless and played organized, Brockmann, and Hallam.
dicated it is not always under- nobody" by exclusion, criticism self-esteem would never say any- 'We are all diamonds in the positive attitude, looking ahead In their most recent game, the talented hockey, but Fairmont The Squaws played North-
stood what qualities one has when or by other ways. The reason is thing to devalue someone, there rough, and we can always try to toward their remaining games. team traveled up to Dayton to was too strong defensively, and mont at home on September 21,
he truly has self-esteem. insecurity and low self-esteem. are methods to make effective smooth out our rough edges. We the Squaws were unable to score. defeating them, 3-0. The game
"It has nothing to do with the "You only hurt another criticism. One he uses is called a can all say, What am I doing to The Squaws lost 3-0. was probably the best game the
size of your home, how much human being when you yourself 'love sandwich." It is a comple- polish my unique diamond The Squaws' next most recent team has played all season. The
money you have, or whether or are hurting." ment, followed by the subject the today?' " game was at home against Summit girls kept the ball moving, passing
.-
on September 28. The team it frequently and working to-
mavie review showed that they were in control, gether well. The offense and de-
as they out-ran, out-passed, and fense both played equally well.
ares to go he is mcreasinaY withhiawn and
isolated from the masses. In this
altogether out-played Summit.
Halfbacks Kris Wilson and Teresa
Paula Distler felt it was probably
the best game of her field hockey
by Peter Carr The film itself is quite simply temporary music of The Wall stage Pink attempts to sedate his Lemmel kept the ball outside of career. Miss Wehamnn agreed
The album The Wall by Pink the recreation of a schizophrenic supplements the visuals and de- being with drugs and ends up a the Squaws' 25 yard line most of that they were mentally and phy-
I

Floyd was number one on the musician's life told by a series of velops the drama. heroin addict. the game. When the ball did get sically "psyched" for the game.
chats in 1981. When Roger flashbacks, hallucinations, and il- Pink's life is revealed to be one In his own hotel room, Pink is past them Paula Distler or Paula A week earlier, the squad met
Waters, leader of the musical lusions. The protagonist Pink of alienation. With no living fa- nearing death from an overdose
,-..----. .. -.-- -.+ : .{ Greeno would feed it back up to Seven Hills at Seven Hills. The
group, announced that he planned Floyd sits in front of a TV set in ther, he suffocates in the environ- and begins to hallucinate a trial in I them. Links Mary Howe and Kris Squaws defeated Seven Hills, 3-1,
to create a motion picture based an L.A. hotel room and spaces' ment of a dominant mother. which he is the defendent being Brockmann played aggressively but the victory was tainted.
t and skillfully, dodging Summit's
on this album, the media groaned out as a result of his mental illness Pink's social life collapses as prosecuted by the whole of socie- Although the Squaws played well,
with the belief that Pink Floyd and heroin indulgence, and the tyrannical teachers ridicule the forward line and halfbacks and they were not satisfied with their
had finally turned commercial
and "was in it for the bucks."
audience shares the final though13
QfPink.
lad and attempt to quash his artis-
tic talents. As a young schoolboy,
ty. The trial ends in the destruc-
tion of Pink Floyd's emotional .
- . -, g. . -
:
feeding the ball to their own line
players. Amy Wiatt, Lisa More,
endurance and spirit in the game.
Though the team lost their last
wall that he has been constructing Ly~4*$,e% . r r r?
!,%+*a.

However, the release of the The various scenes may be a +$& .. I Laure Hallam and Tori Hoskin game, the team is not discour-
i s

Pink envisions images of faceless


I

since early childhood. The wall ,%


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s ,:%- % .

'im'M scored, beating Summit 5-0.


motion picture Pink Floyd The
Wall clearly lacks any commercial
bit confusing, for they are not pupils being herded into massive protects him from the outside "
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7
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aged. They feel they'll win their
realistic or in chronological or- meat grinders by frightening world. With its destruction, he '.k$ .$-I3
z (.)
' ,
> . * .
On September 23, the Squaws next five games and win Section-
overtones. Roger Waters and his der, but all scenes are related in teachers. overdoses at a deadly level.
1 I '

faced Talawanda. The IH back- a l ~ . The Squaws are especially


band have once again broken into themes of violence, alienation, As his mental imbalance The visuals-are a combination photo by Chris Eaton field defenders held the Tala- hoping to go to the State Cham-
new territories with the produc- death and oppression. There is progresses, Pink becomes a popu- Priscilla Bower controls for the Squaws as Teresa Lemmel follows up wands forward line back, while pionship again this year and make
tion of this daring film. almost no dialogue, but the con- lar rock star with many fans, but see THE WALL, p. i 6 the play in recent Squaws action. moving the ball up to the Squaws' i t to the fmals.
Page 12 CHIEFTAIN October 8,1982 October 8,1982 CHlE Page 5
wer Glen Este.
Madeira's Prather expects Last year, Madeira beat Indian
Hill, 41-28, in what Prather called
with a thirteen yard pass. A fif-
teen yard penalty kept the Braves Peer counselor s participate at teen institute ISRAELI ACTIONS,
tough battle from 3-2 Braves "a bit of a mismatch." But a from adding the conversion. from p. 3
more balanced attack should The Braves were victims of by Doug Thompson the long-term effects of alcohol comparison to other Ohio stay refugees for long, however,
by Kurt Dusterberg Prather said. "They got off to a make for a less predictable out- bad breaks all evening, including Junior Leslie Purcell and sen- on the body, alcoholism and schools. "As far as the big city because their Israeli brothers took
Madeira football coach Jim great start, but they have played come he feels. two turnovers inside Mariemont's ior Doug Thompson attended the pregnancy, the alcoholic family, schools, we seem to be a little them in with open arms, while the
Prather figures to have a tough two really tough games in a row." 'With Jim Arnold at quarter- 10 yard line and 142 penalty
Ohio Teenage Institute for the and many others. The two also better than Columbus or Cleve- 21 Arab nations did nothing
time when his Mustangs drop in at Those two games were 41-0 back, they have a new dimension yards.
Prevention of Alcohol and Drug learned techniques to use in land, but then we are a lot worse about the 550,000 Moslems who
Indian Hill for tonight's 8:00 p.m. and 22-6 losses to Sycamore and on offense. He's so quick and he One week earlier, the Braves
Abuse this summer July 25 talking to younger people about schools,"
than mostThompson
of the small
explained.
town voluntarily left Palestine.
homecoming game. Mariemont. The Braves had is an outside threat, which could were crushed, 4 1-0, in a one way
through 30. The Institute was drugs and alcohol. Israel has given more money
"There is no doubt that Indian picked up their third win three cause problems. In the frlms affair. The Indian H ill offense held at Kenyon College in At the fust Board of Educa- Indian Hil~seems to oe very aware to the refugees than any of the
Hill has a greatly improved team,'' weeks ago in a 34-21 decision we've seen, (John) Fitzmaurice was punchless the entire game,
Garnbier, Ohio. tion meeting of the school year, of its problems and is trying t o Arab states. Israel has compen-
looks really good at running back. gaining just 45 yards of total of-
Purcell and Thompson went in Purcell and Thompson gave a solve them by making people face sated these Arabs with hundreds
The offensive line will be tougher fense compared to Sycamore's
order to relay the information speech to thank the Board and the fact that kids are abusing of millions of dollars for the
too, especially with (Chip) Green- 431.
they learned about drugs to explain what the Teenage Insti- drugs and alcohol. property they left behind. On the
lee. He's a super ball player." Pete Mather scored two
members of the IH Peer Coun- tute had done for them. Purcell Indian Hill's location helps the other hand, the Arab nations pave
Prather feels the key to the touchdowns on the ground for
seling program. The Board of said,'We had a great time, and I situation, because as a big aty, nothing to the Jews who left be-
Madeira attack will be second the Aviators and George Parker
Education financed the traveling think we both grew personally Cincinnati offers many alcohol hind billions of dollars worth of
year starting quarterback Dave scored twice on a 38 yard pass
expenses. from it." Thompson added,"We and drug centers that can help property when they were thrown
Banks. Also keep an eye on run- md a 20 yard run. The Ohio Department of want to spread our knowledge kids who want to be helped. One out of the Arab countries.
ning back Lee Wilkinson who has The Braves put together a Health sponsors the teenage insti- throughout the whole district." encouraging note at Indian H ill is The Arab nations have plenty
made consistent improvement all strong offensive show in their 34- tute and draws people from all Purcell and Thompson have the large number of people of land and money, but do
season. 21 win over the Glen Este Tro-
over Ohio. About five hundred plans to talk to the fifth graders getting help and coming back to nothing for theiz brethren. They
At 2-1, the Mustangs are in the jans. students participated in the pro- at Wyandot and to the eighth school without their old habits. desire to use the Palestinian
thick of the Eastern Hills League Fitzmaurice scored the fust gram with about one hundred graders at Ottawa. They also Although the problem of drug refugees, which they themselves
race, trailing undefeated Loveland Indjan Hill touchdown on a five- adult staff members. Indian H i . want to go to other schools in the and alcohol abuse still exists at created, as a weapon against
and Deer Park. Prather feels his yard run. Jim Morgan took a pass graduate Rod Barr was the staff IH, the school seems to be making Israel.
area in an attempt to get them in-
team has a good chance, pre- from Arnold 56 yards with some member from the Cincinnati volved in the Teenage Institute. headway.
dicting "Sycamore will knock off nice moves to get toward the side- region. * * * * *
Deer Park. In this league any- lines for the second touchdown. At the institute, Purcell and At the Teenage Institute
thing can happen, and Loveland Glen Este registered its fust Thompson attended about 30 Purcell and Thompson compared
could lose as easy as anyone." touchdown soon after, but Jon workshops dealing with alcohol, IH with other schools. They
The Braves dropped their most Capen won a 33 yard foot race drugs, and how users are affected learned that the amount of drug
recent game to the Mariemont after a screen pass to put Indian by them. Workshops included: abuse a t IH is about average in
Warriors, 22-6. Mariemont moved Hill on top, 21-7. Fitzmaurice
the ball easily in the first quarter added his fifth touchdown of the
photo by Chris Eaton
and led 15-0 at the half.
Indian Hill scored its onlv
year late in the third quarter and
Jeff Smith rounded out the IH hosts thirteen Spanish students
Coaches Ron Webber and Gene Brindise try to spark the crowd in last touchdown in the third quarter scoring with his fust touchdown
weeks loss to Mariemont. when Arnold hit Dan Kremchek with 2: 19 remaining in the game. by Elbie Herman rushed to the gates to welcome
***** Since September 20 thm their guests for the next three
football season the position. The highlight of the
game was an emotional halftime
October 9 thirteen Itrdian Hill
students have been hosting twelve
weeks. After all the typical greet-
ings like '%ola" and "que tal" we
by Duff Lanagan of depth. The Aves took the ties. speech by coach Ron Webber. students fiom Gandia, Spain. collected the luggage and began
Thanks to a multitude of in- early lead, 8-0, but a controversial The Braves opened up with The Braves held the Trojans to The thirteen LH. students are the long ride home. The Spanish students pictured above are first row left to right: Jose-
juries, the JV football Braves call prevented the Braves from Glen Este in their first league just 6 points in the second half. Rick Abrams, Peter Carr, Stacey The first two nights were by phina Segui Grau, Genoveva Borja Morant, Cintia Sanches Amat, M.
have gotten off to a slow 1 4 start scoring. The defense could not game. At Glen Este the offense The JV football team needs Decker, Mmy Granger, Pauh far the worst, between parents Carmen Marti Aunion, Immaculada Faus Soler, Paloma Moreno Cobos.
this season. prevent the Aviators from scoring. didn't score a single point in a more consistency and fewer in- Greeno, Elbie Herman, h h n speaking English with accents and Second row, left to right: Vicente Sempere Fomer, Miguel Mondria
The JV football Braves have Even though the Braves' offense 40-0 loss. Mike Wentz has been juries. Meanwhile, the Braves Kitei, Stacey Labahn, John Lilly, different sleeping habits I thought Garcia, Carlos de la Iglesia Cortes, Emilio Mondria Garcia, Alfonso
been struck down by lady luck played well, they couldn't score playing quarterback for two will continue to train new people Brenda Mcdonald, C;molyn Mil- adjustment would surely be im- Borja Morant.
throughout the entire season. because of turnovers and penal- weeks and is still getting used to in new positions. ligan, and Kathy and Ken Slazyk. possible, but with a little coopera- to be cancelled. So with four John and I decided to call it
Untimely injuries have contri- m e y are hosting Alfonso tion from both parties we were tickets from friends of ours, we "quits," and arranged a meeting
buted greatly to this problem.
Pete Seremetis broke his arm, star Birdie Braves grab second ir Borja Morant, Genovevo Borja
Morant, Carlos de h Iglesia
able to settle most of our differ-
ences.
headed for King Island. Once we
arrived John and I did not feel
place for the Spaniards. At about
8:30 we left King I s h d and
defensive player Ed Tschan has by Brian Rowe land, Deer Park, and Glen Este to Louder recently injured his arm, Cortes, Immaculada Fms Soler, The most enjoyable task of like riding the rides, but the decided to end the day with a
had knee and ankle problems all The 1982 "Birdie Braves" boost their league record to 6-1. other players have been carrying hosting an exchange student is great meal at the "Chateau Blanc"
season, and Dan Carbine dis- have been improving steadily in This record ties the team for fnst the team. Andy Plate and John
M. Carmen Martz Aunion, P a l m Spaniards were very anxious. So
Moreno Cobss, Emilio M o n d ~ sharing our fine culture with we compromised and walked (White Castle) in Norwood. The
located his shoulder in the Glen the last few weeks and enjoying place going into the EHL tourna- Bishop have been firing their best C;mciP, Migrrei Mondria Garck, them. The Spanish Department around for awhile. While walking meal and the atmosphere left the
Este game. their success. They have upped ment which begins Monday. scores lately. Senior Jay McFar- Clintia Sanchez Amat, J o s e m has arranged many field trips, around the shovs we happened to Spaniards speechless.
In the most recent game at their record to an impressive 11- The Braves also placed well in land and new team member Jim Scgui Grau, Vicente Sempere including a visit to Miami Univer- see Lisa More escorting a charac-
Mariemont, the Warriors took an 10. the Princeton Fall Classic, finish- Hall also seem to be tuned up for Forna, and J. Antonio Solet sity on which Peter Carr and I ter; Lisa informed us she would news short
18-0 lead early in the game, but The highlight of the team's ing fourth from a field of sixteen the districts. Pknes accompanied the group. We have The IH PTA stands ready to
be happy to take us on some
the Braves bounced right back, season thus far has been its post- teams. Junior Bill Louder had a Louder is uncertain as to his I t 3 hard to explain the uneasy also taken the Spaniards to many rides. I personally have neveI help IHHS students find part-
driving deep into Mariemont terri- season play. At Weatherwax particularly good afternoon on ability to play in the districts, so feeling I hsd a t the airport while I school sponsored sporting events been on a rollercoaster before, so time jobs. Mrs. Betty Smith has
tory. Another turnover prevented Country Club the Braves finished the links. sophomore Brian Rowe, who has was waiting for the Spanish and an unforgetable visit to Kings Lisa decided we should go to the informed Chieftain that jobs
the Braves from making it close. second in the sectionals last The controversy which participated in only a few varsity students t o arrive. The hosts are Island. This past Saturday John "Beast" first. Rather than run of all kinds, accompanied by
A good defensive effort by Gary Thursday. This finish was good plagued the team in late Septem- matches this year, will be elevated not told much about their guests, Lilly and I had the opportunity to away scared I faced the challenge, reasonable wages, are available.
Hallam kept the score a respect- enough to qualify the team for ber seems to have cleared and a from his 3V duties. After the so there is always concern about take our Spanish students to and aside from several outbursts Interested students should
able 24-0, in favor of Mariemont. the district tournament. fresh, positive attitude has been districts the team hopes to qualify compatt'bility and their under- King Island. The trip was origin- .
of profanity (kill Lisa More ..) I fill o u t an application form in the
In the Sycamore game the Recently the Braves have spawned, just in time for the post- for the state tournament which standing of English. As the small ally planned as a field trip, hut think I endured it quite well. high school office or call 793-
Braves' problem was again a lack beaten league opponents Love- season showdowns. Although Bill starts October 14. piedmont plane landed the hosts bemuse of a lack of passes, it had After several other such rides 8843.
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tember 2 1 against Princeton.
Golfers t o take 3-3 record to GreenviIIe Although the girls were forced t o

/.A. officers attend leadership talks advisors meeting.


Yesterday Chris Wiech travel-
led to the Ohio Center in Colum-
by Beth Dorward
After a three game winning
Meiners. Meiners, formerly a gym
teacher at Concord Elementary
finished in the dark, beating St.
Ursula, 236-254. The best shot of
dress warmly because of the cold
weather, they beat their
competition, 225-243. McVicker
by Chris Wiech and Ron Zesch On July 28, Chris, Ohio sponsored by the IH ~ndustrid bus to attend the Ohio Vocational streak, the varsity golf Squaws School, replaces Mrs. Karen Edge- the day came from Jill Norton was medalist on the front
Three Indian Hill Industrial AIASA vice president, and club Arts Club was also discussed. Association's annual conference. have evened their record to 3-3 comb. when she holed a sand shot on the nine.
Arts Students attended the All sponsor, Mr. Dennis Dupps travel- Last year Mr. Dupps held the He will spend the rest of today in and are headed into the all-day The Squaws defeated St. Ur- 8th green. The girls chalked up their first
Ohio Vocational Leadership Con- led to Mt. Gilead High School to vice-presidency of the South West meetings with other vocational Greenville tournament Wednes- sula Wednesday, September 29 at The varsity golfers raised their
ference for three days during the attend the summer officers plan- Ohio Industrial Arts Association group leaders. day, October 13. The squad is
summer. ning session. Details concerning and this year he has been elected The club as a whole has been
Western Hills C.C. The girls record to 2-3 at Glenview Sep- see GOLF, p. 16
optimistic that they will finish no
In mid-July Chris Wiech, pres-
ident, Steve Dubell, vice presi-
dent, and Ron Zesch, treasurer of
the fall officers training program
were discussed. The proposal of a
president to be sworn in at the
fall meeting of the SWOIAA. He
also recently attended the chapter
sctive in these fust weeks of
school. This year the club is try-
worse @an second this year. 'We
didn't play up to our potential
JV Squaws confident after recent success
district meeting at lnaian Hill ing" to add a Junior Division
- -- con- against Centerville, however at by Anne Richards Molly Roche and Jenny Logeman. and the ball stayed down at Tala-
the IHIA travelled to FFA (Fu- sisting of Mr. Emery's junior high Although not always winning, Gay Stauft has improved drastic- wanda's goal cage for the entire
Greenville we plan to finish tops,"
ture Farmers of America) Camp students, and freshman. On the the JV field hockey Squaws have ally. This is her first year in the game. Molly Roche added, "we
stated sophomore Vera McVicker.
Muskinguom in Northern Ohio. first day of school the club mem- The team is in the rebuilding been playing extremely well. sport. She has already scored five played a good game, but they
The conference, sponsored by bers began many of their money stages this year, having lost four In their most recent game the goals. "I don't do it all myself. were a better team."
the Ohio Division of Vocational making projects. of its eight players from last sea- Squaws lost a close 3-0 match My teainmates help me a lot," The Squaws have more games
Education, included groups such The club's projects are the son. The 1982 Squaws are Shan- against their biggest competition Stauft commented. ahead which promise to be very -
as the FFA, DECA, FHA and construction of five picnic tables non Meldon, Jill Norton, Kym Fairmont East. The team as a In their previous game, the exciting. They face Fairmont
OVA so that members of these for the senior lounge, repainting Sollinger, and co-captains Beth whole has been steadily playing Squaws shutout Talawanda, 3-0. West on October 18 and Tala-
organizations could listen to of the industrial arts finishing Dorivard and Vera McVicker. better ball and so haye several Gay Stauft takes.credit for all of wanda on October 20.
speakers and learn ways to im- room, drawing plans for and The 1982 squad is under the players. Defensive strength has the goals, scoring a hat trick. The On the remaining games,
prove their leadership qualities. building of a better equipped new leadership of Mrs. Diane been supplied by sophomores team made good use of the field Stauft assured 'We're going to
Each of the three days consis- darkroom, an athletic training win them all, just wait and see.''
ted of six hours of lectures and
Braves leading EHL; undefeated in six
table for the school, chemistry lab
many recreational activities. beaker holders, the reconstruction shutout, 3-0.
Chris Wiech commented, "A tre- of a number of storm windows, by Brad Smith The only goal for the Braves was half of the field. With thirty On September 21, the Braves
mendous experience was had by photo by Chris Eaton and a storage unit for Griewe At this season's beginning, no seconds left, Lakota's goalie was
scored by Brad McCurdy as the played Wyoming, defeating them,
all who attended and the girls Pictured above are the officers of the J
H Industrial Arts Club. From left interiors.
one expected the J.V. soccer shortened game ended in a 1-1 tie. called for charging Spritzer. 2-0.
weren't bad either." to right are Ron Zesch, treasurer; Chris Wiech, president; and Steve
* * * * * Braves to even end up with a .SO0 On September 27, the Braves Metzger scored on the penalty The day before, . the Braves
letter from SG Dubell, vicepresident. season. Under new coach Steve played Lakota, where Thompson kick, making the fmal score 2-2. played Purcelt, losing 3-1. The

SG aDDlauds student
I I
use of suaaestion
uu
box - -
that tonight is Homecoming.
dance
feature the band The Cheaters.
Thompson, the Braves are unde-
feated in their last six games.
Coach Thompson said, ''The im-
attended high school and lives
today. He wanted to win this
game very badly. Indian Hill
On September 25, the team
played Mariemont in an E.H.L.
game. The game was scoreless
Braves' overall play was terrible.
The only bright spot in the attack
was a goal scored b l Mike Cook.
After weeks of "talking" rooms near the SSC. monthly fifth period meetings. Tickets are seven dollars and will ' provement has been fantastic. In scored first with a goal by Metz- through the first half. Late in the However, Thompson has been
about it, the SG bulletin board The suggestion was made to These students may actively par- be on sale at the door. The dance the last two weeks it has been ger, but Lakota came back with third quarter the Braves scored happy with the Braves' play in the
has finally been erected. have doors put on the stalls in the ticipate in the meetings or just will run from nine until twelve in unbelievable. When my players one goal in the third quarter and their first goal on a deflected shot last five games. He is also "look-
Though the board's use has men's room. These doors were observe what goes on and pass the cafeteria. want it badly, they are as good as another with five minutes left in by Brad Smith. Metzger scored ing forwqd to the rest of this sea-
been somewhat limited, the sug- iiistalled on Thursday and we this knowledge on to their peers. We hope everyone's year is anyone in the city." the game. After that goal the two goals in the fourth quarter son and to next season."
gestion box has seen some action. hope they can remain there. After weeks of intense debate, going along nicely. Remember t o The highlight of the season Braves kept the ball on Lakota's for the Braves to comdete the - .
We have recieved a lot of garbage We will soon be implementing' the forum committee has finally take advantage of the SG bulletin came when-the d raves tied Ander-
(i-e. "Naked Day"), but a few our class cabinet program. As in decided on Star Wars as its Octo- board and the suggestion box. If son last Thursday, 1-1.- The
honest suggestions were made years past, students who are not ber 20 forum. there's something you'd like to Braves played their best game of
also. These suggestions are elected SG members will have the Unless you just transferred to see done, let us know about it and the season in becoming the first
brought before an administrator opportunity to attend our IH today, you probably know we'll see what we can do. team to even tie Anderson, the
who either explains why things top-ranked team in the city. The
are as they are or sees what can be Braves were also the first team to . .

done to put the suggestion to use.


Probably the biggest concern
Miss Berwanger selects "The PIcin Princess" hold Anderson scoreless through
the first half. Afterwards,
of most students is the three by Gus Gordon - Others in the cast include Mr. Steve Strider and stud;& Thompson commented, 'We were
minutes between classes. The The play "The Plain Princess" Doug Thompson, Kathryn Over- supervisors Lahey Kahlstrom, so psyched we were on cloud
administration and faculty .have has been chosen by the drama hoff, Jenny Kegg, Terri Wayne, Gus Gordon, Craig Mullaney and nine." . .
come up with a plan where the director, Miss Mary Lou Ber- Amelia Elling, Debbie Lisner, Dan Bathalter, will be building The Braves jumped in front
bell will ring after three minutes wanger, to be the annual child- Reid Bradley, Mike McVaugh, and decorating the sets. early in the second quarter with a
followed by a single tone a ren's play. Jeff Baden and Brenda McDonald. The goal of the class is to goal by Erich Metzger. At half-
minute later. The minute be- The play, described as "lively The play tells the story of create bigger and better sets for time the Braves led, 1-0. With
tween bells is a "grace" period and colorful" by Miss Berwanger, Esmerelda, the plain princess of the plays this year, sets that will one minute left in the third
where teachers will take atten- will be presented to Drake Road the title, and her plight for hap- be both impressive by them- quarter Anderson scored on a
dance, but a student will not be School students on October 14 piness. Her parents try everything selves and compliment the actors' great shot by one of their for-
counted as tardy. and 15 and to the general public they can to make her happy, but performances. wards. The fourth quarter was
In answering the suggestion on Saturday the 16th. they fail. Finally, friendly house- "The Plain Princess'' has scoreless, as both defenses played a i.

that the bathrooms in the back Following the tradition set by keeper, Dame Goodwit, offers to something for everyone. It's well. Captain Marty Spritzer
hall be opened, vice-principal children's plays of the past, this help the poor little rich girl find part comedy, part drama, part remarked, 'We came out to kick
Gary Gellert says that there was year's cast is made up of predom- enjoyment. Dame Goodwit magic show and part circus. It butt, because they are the best." .* .*.
some lli:;cussion on doing so, but inately new drama club members. shows Esmerelda the simple, good has singing, dancing, risque jokes, The Braves tied Turpin on '
that because the poor location Stephanie Curtin, a veteran of one life and after a certain amount of flute concertos and even cute September 28 in a game in which - -- -
makes supervision a problem, it previous production, stars as the readjustment our snobby little animals. there weren't any referees. Both
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was decided to leave them locked.


Gelhert hopes that the one-
princess, while Jane Lewin, a
veteran of two productions, takes
princess turns into a happy little
girl.
"It's a good production for a
sensible price," commented Jane
coaches agreed that they would
take the score of the first quarter
A .. , *
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photo by Greg Meyers


minute grace period will afford on the other starring role of Dame The newly organized stage Lewin. "So if you're an avid and use that as the final score. Chris Eaton dives t o deflect a shot high over the crossbar.
studenis rhe time to use the rest- . Goodwit. craft class, under the direction of theatre buff, this play's for you! "
Page 14 CHIEFTAIN student
October opinion
8,1982 CHIEFTAIN page 3
thousands of Jewish survivors of

CC Braves expected 2nd in EHL tational, on September 21. The


Braves placed third out of ten in
Kravetz defendsuctions of Israel
Hitler's "final solution" sought

-slammed
f u g e - ~ ~the
e s door
I Y I ein
. b their
u t t h faces,
e~ntih
by Paul Monach at Oxford on Tuesday. Although meet, and this is their home their division, missing second by by Scott Kravetz Balfour Declaration, which state called TransJordan and put them in their own con-
The cross country team-has the Braves lost, 25-33, it was still course." Wyoming is currently only two points. Stradling's third Sunday, June 7, 1981, 4:41 recognized the fact that Jews had (Jordan). centration camps The Jews in
had mixed success recently but a good showing, because the team the top-ranked AA team in the place finish and McVicker's tenth P.M. fourteen Israeli jets roar maintained direct ties with their In 1939, World War I1 started, Palestine could not accept this
has continued to dominate EHL was minus three runners due to city. Top times for the Braves place led the team and were good down the runways at Etzion Air homeland for over 3,000 years, which saw Jewish volunteers from and organized underground
competition. The team has been illness and iniury. Richard Strad- were posted by Stradling and Paul for medals. This meet was a Force Base in the Sinai Desert and pledged British support for Palestine fighting with the British groups to fight the British.
preparing for the EHL meet next ling finished first for the first time Monach on the hilly course. definite improvement over a third Their target: the Iraqi nuclear the establishment of a Jewish against the Nazis, while Hitler and In November of 1947, the
Tuesday at Sycamore high school this year after many second and The Braves' most recent EHL place finish to Hamilton and Tay- complex at El-Tuwaitha 10.5 homeland in Palestine. his killers wiped out the Jewish United Nations Gereral Assembly
with hard workouts and meets third place finishes. Rob meet came at Glen Este on Sep- lor at Hamilton four days earlier. miles Southeast of Bagdad. In 1922, the League of communities of Europe. Millions terminated the British mandate
leading up to the EHL Coach McVicker finished fourth overall tember 27. The Braves, with 33 The girls' cross country team, Two hours later, after exe- Nations formally entrusted the of men, women, and children, by approving the Partition Plan. .
Jim Benken expressed himself and second on the team. points, easily defeated Glen Este, although not fielding the required cuting operation Babylon with British with a Mandate which was who commited no crimes, were This plan divided Palestine into .
plainly, "I won't be too happy if The team's previous match with 65, and Madeira, with 68, five runners, has shown a great awesome precision, these aircraft to incorporate the Balfour Decla- herded into death camps and two states, one Arab and one
we don't finish second in the was at Wyoming on Wednesday, while narrowly missing non-league deal of progress recently. The would be on their way back home ration. The mandate stretched murdered in Hitler's gas cham- Jewish. .
league." Defending champion September 29. While this was Norwood, with 27 points. Strad- team, consisting of junior and top to Israel, leaving the Osirak nuc- across both sides of the Jordan bers. - On May 14,1948, the People's '

Sycamore will almost certainly re- also a setback, this time by a ling and McVicker once again led runner Barb Neu and sophomores lear reactor in flaming ruins. River, including the West Bank. Although not quick to admit Council proclaimed the estab-
it, the governments of America, . . lishrnent of the state of Israel. On
A

tain their title. 19-3$ score, Benken considered .


the team. Ann Fitzmaurice, Loren Lytle, . The destruction of the reactor Later in 1922, in order to please '

The Braves' most recent con- the meet a success. 'We gained - is considered an act- of "barbaric England, and other allied nation6 * that same day, the British handed
the oil rich Arabs, the British cut
The team's most impressive and Stephanie Savage, has run in
frontation was against Talawanda points on them from our last finish came at the Sycamore Invi- four of the last five meets the var- aggression" by many people. away 80% of the Jewish knew about these atrocities long over their heavy weapons and
sity has run. Sometimes there are These people obviously do not homeland according to the before these camps were liberated strategic positions to the Arab$.
'

. The next day, the British Army '


Crilley pleased with sectionals
r -
no girls from the other teams. know the situation that Israel was League of Nations mandate, and in 1945.
in. The Iraqis had been con- created a new Palestinian Arab After World War 11, many pulled out as the regular armies of
structing a secret complex deep 1 1 Jordan, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon,
by Ellen Alvord the other 14 schools. team does it." And when asked over Madeira, Sycamore, Turpin, under the reactor where nuclear ( .
1 HOWdo you feel about the present situation in 1 Egypt, and Saudi Arabia invaded
With the help of Angela Far- Coach Cindy Crilley commented, to comment on Indian Hill's per- Deer Park, and St. Ursula, among warheads would be assemljled. the Middle East? Do you support the U.S. the new born state of Israel.
ley, Marnie Abbott, and Lynn "I was really pleased with the way formance at sectionals, Farley others. Their only loss this season The Iraqis had participated in After months of bloody fight-
Banon, the Indian Hill girls' many wars and campaigns of
decision to send troops into Lebanon? ing, Israel pushed the Arabs back,
everyone played, both in singles confidentially answered, 'That's so far has been t o Middletown,
varsity tennis team made another and doubles, especially consider- right, we bad." Because of their but even that was a close match. terror against the Israelis and Iraqi 49% yes 36%no 15% don't know but at a veiy high price. Six
strong showing in one of the ing that the strongest players in excellent play, Farley , Abbott In fact, Crilley believes that President Sadaam Hussein had thousand Israelis, nearly 1% of
state's toughest sectional divisions the state are in our sectional divi- and Barton all qualified for dis- 'We've asserted ourselves as num- publicly stated, "It(1raq's nuclear their population died fighting for
2. In your opinion should the U.S. have gotten their country. The most misun-
this weekend. Farley placed third sion." About the doubles sec- tricts, which will take place this ber one in the city. It is very weapons capability) is not in-
overall in the singles division, and tional title, Crilley said, ' I see real Friday and Saturday at Sycamore likely that we will again capture tended to be used against Iran but involved in the crisis in the Middle East at all? derstood issue of the Arab-Israel
Abbott and Barton took fvst potential in Marnie and Lynn; High School. All who are able the EHL title." against the Zionist (Jewish) 56% yes 34% no 10% don't know conflict is that of the Palestinian
place with a convincing final their 6-1, 6-0 finds victory shows encouraged to come cheer them The team is confident and enemy." refugees.
victory in the doubles division. that they can do well in both dis- on. If they do well in districts, feeling good. Beth Myers spoke If the president of Mexico had Weeks before the war began,
The competition in the Syca- tricts and state." for the team when she said, 'We threatened the security of the 3. If yes, in what manner should we have gotten Arab leaders from aU over the
they will qualify for state. '

more AAA sectional division was When discussing her sectional The team is also doing very want to go all the way and we United States in such a manner, involved? Moslem world declared fieir
tough. Indian Hill, Middletown, title, Abbott stated, "Lynn and I well in league play. In the past know we can." would you expect President 38% negotiations only 53% what we did aims: "the total annihilation of
Ursuline. and Turpin dominated did it, Angela did it, the whole few weeks they have had wins Reagan to wait until Washington Israel and the Jewish people."
had been blown off the map
9% other: Here, most responses suggested The Arab Higher Executive
sports
-
short SOCCER, from p. 11 before he reacted? that the U.S. get involved with urged all Moslems to leave their
mented, 'We played our game not it In the Braves 9-0 romp over The Iraqi nuclear reactor jobs in Israel and vacate the
more military support for
Runners dash Mariemont, CCD
Milford's." The fourth quarter Deer Park. The coaches tried t o incident is just one more chapter country. The reason given was,
remained scoreless m e , *kst not run up the score but found it in the endless book of Israel's Israel. upon the British withdrawal, the
The varsity cross country team by taking the top two places wi&
half. The win left the Braves in difficult. Fullbacks Andy Hall fight for survival while totally *note: Only 70% of the 100 students polled combined Arab armies would
was victorious in their home meet second place a half game behind and Curtis Ott even found the surrounded and almost hoplessly answered question 3. crush Israel and "drive the Jews
times of 17:33 and 18: 11, re- Glen Este going into the touma- opponent's net on this fun outnumbered by her many into the sea." The British Police
yesterday. The Braves, who spectivelv,
- . over the three-mile
placed five runners in the top ment. evening. enemies. reported,"every effort is being
course. This was the Braves' last 4. Do you feel that it is in our country's best
eight places for 24 points, de- The Braves were able to stay The Braves had come off two Israel's struggle for existance made by the Jews to persuade the
regular season meet; the EHL
feated Mariemont, with 41, and meet is next Tuesday at Sycamore
among the league's leaders by close, non-league victories going has gone on for 34 years,but she interest to support Israel? Arab populace to stay and carry
defeating a stubborn bunch of into the Deer Park game. They is not any closer to peace than in 44% yes on with their normal lives."
Country Day, with 59. High School, and the Sectionals
Tigers from Loveland, 3-2. The defeated Purcell 3-1 and Coving-
34% no 22% don't know But, the Palestinians, were
Richard Stradling and Rob 1948, when Israel fought her War
are next Saturday at Princeton
McVicker led the team to victory Braves struck fvst with a ton Catholic 2-0. In the Coving- of Independance against the afraid their Arab brothers would
High School. grounder off Dave Rhodenbaugh's 5. Should the U.S. treat other allies with the same
ton Catholic game the players Arabs. The recent history of the regard them as renegades for re-
instep. Then Steve Womack stuck couldn't slide because spikes and Arab-Israeli struggle follows, amount of support they have given Israel? ceiving Jewish protection. When
a high line drive that hit the metal pipe tops covered the field. showing how the Middle East of the swift victory promised by the
crossbar and spun in. With the 55% yes 19% no 26% don't know
Legends to be distributed M o n d a y lead the Braves played too defen-
Mitch Theuring had both goals for
the Braves.
today come to be.
In 1878, Jewish refugees
Arab leaders never came about,
the 550,OO Arabs who left their
by Joe Chieftain basis. sively. Loveland got right back In the Purcell contest the ath- started to migrate to Palestine in 6. Do you feel that U.S. foreign policy should be homes became refugees.
The 1981-82 Legend year- Mr. Tom Norman, Legend into the game with two goals - letes on both sides got hot tem- large numbers often being forced This however, is not the only
books will be ready for distribu- sponsor, was ''happy" with the bang, bang. With only a couple
isolation or involvement?
pered. Jeff Graham somehow out of Russia by pogroms (mas- refugee problem created by the
tion the week of Monday, Octo- overall quality of the yearbook, minutes left Mitch Theuring got managed to tackle an opponent sacres). At this time, Palestine 9% isolatidn 82% involvement Arab agression. Over 800,000
ber 11. Students who ordered commenting, 'The advanced copy tripped in the penalty box. Dave wthout the referee seeing. was controlled by the Turks. Jews were forced out of their
yearbooks may pick up their looks beautiful." Norman added, Rhodenbaugh calmly put in the Winning ten in a row is a feat In 1917, Gereral Allenby of native Arab countries by Moslem
copies in the Student Service 'The color in the Senior Section penalty shot to ice another vic-
7. In general, do you feel that the U.S. is effective

I
never before accomplished by an Britain marched into Jerusalem terrorists. These people didn't
Center during lunch next week. is superior." tory and keep the winning streak Indian Hill soccer team. Whatever and put an end to nearly four in the role of solving problems between na-
According to the order, 17 Chieftain News Editor Ron alive. the Braves are doing it must be centuries of Ottoman rule over tions? see ISRAELI ACTIONS, .
extra copies are being sent. These Zesch feels that, although it is The team gave Scott Lyon right. If they keep it up you the Holy Land. Later in that P-5
extra copies may be purchased for Legend, "It is kinda good and another opportunity for a shut-
34% yes 45% no 20% don't know
might see Indian Hill playing for same year, the British stated the
$20.00 on a fust come, first serve stuff." out, and he took full advantage of the state championship.
Page 2 CHIEFTAIN October 8,1982 October 8,1982 CHIEFTAIN Page 15
w a y of the woods
>&#gl CMC to p d
as I see it
Bergman offers another
-.

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Wessinger resorts to 'wild life'
had no troubles

it 2
L:ariid
bear, but was

Over the years, 1ndGn Hill students have had much


to be proud of. The accomplishments of our school pep rally a\ rnative in Canada over the summer
by D w e t Poffenberger d*k.
swimming across a
lake. MAYpeople
don't think bears
., athleticallv and at everv level in
academicallv. by John Bergman
One of the subjects which
should do no less, but it is impos-
sible for them to do any more.
Surprisingly, teachers really do One hour away from the can swim.
between have been outstanding. There is little debate interesting things over the sum- marina, Wessinger fished at Dallas The highlight of
presents itself each school year is What makes extracurricular
there. The debate lies in whether IH students aP- that of school spirit Everyone acthities so valuable and mean- mer. This summer math teacher Falls. Below the rapids he fished Wessinger's summer
Robert Wessinger recouperated with live night crawlers for wall- was a 15 pound
preciate the accomplishments of their peers. seems to have an infinite number ingful is that they are generally
from the school year by fishing in eye in the early morning and late northern pike he
- This past the freshman English team failed of suggestions for boosting morale motivated by genuine desire. The
the wjlds of Canada. evening. caught on the last
and encouraging active student student who attends games regu-
to win first place in state competition for the first participation. One method which luly does not do so he
He took a total of four one For each trip Wessinger used trip. The fish is the
week fishing trips 200 miles north close to 200 night crawlers, so biggest Wessinger
time in six years. Some IHers looked down upon the is always reverted to is the pep toid to in a wild tirade. He goes
of Toronto where the French now he has started raising them in has ever caught up
squad's second place finish as if it were no great
- rally- because he likes sports
. - and enjoys
. .
River enters the Georgian Bay. A an old mailbox. He says, "I'm there, so he is
Several times per quarter, supporting his school team in its
couple times he took his sons, and going to try it. I have nothing to having it mounted.
accomplishment' Even some of the team members sometimes more often than 0th- athletic endeavors. These stu- one time he went with fellow IH lose." Wessinger plans to save
themselves felt bad bf2~2iusethey had failed to follow ers, a mandatory assembly is held dents would, and do, support our
'
The fish was caught
teacher Lloyd Noble. Wessinger some money using them next on a Williams Wab-
the ~recedentset before them. What these students to honor and cheer on our atuet- teams even if all pep rallies
often gets asked, 'Why don't you summer. ler which is a half
overlooked is the distinction of having the second ic department. We are, O ~ ~ ~ O U Sceased. ~ Y , But, in fact, that is not just live up there?" since the 700 Many of the other lakes
all interested in having a moti- what I am suggesting. gold, half silver
best freshman English team in the state of Ohio. vated enthusiastic I merely propose that a quiet
mile drive takes thirteen hours Wessinger fished he named him- spoon Hith ten Mr. Wessinger holds up a nice string ofw.lleyes
one way. self. He named one island Rattle- pound test line. He caught by Mr. Noble and him this summer near
Some schools have never had one of their teams body,- . but I, for one, have several study hall be designated for
Wessinger camped at a variety snake Island because he killed two Georgian Bay.
hooked the fish in a
place, and we place seven or eight every year. reservations about the way in ,, *wyone who does not wish to
of lakes but was based at the rattlesnakes there. "Most people clear area and took .
which pep rallies are dictated, attend a given pep rally. There
Even in we forget what it means to win the and after much thought and are enough students who enjoy
Hatley Bay Marina. There he left don't think they are that far his time landing it. "It would not four hours.
his car and rented his boat. north," Wessinger said. He heard fit in tlie net," he said. Having taken four trips this
EHL or better yet, place in the state- When our girls' consideration. I have decided to pep rallies to give them enthui- Somehow he managed to get all one snake beside his tent and They ended up putting half summer, Wessinger hopes to take
varsitv tennis team finished second in the state last use this column as a vlatform for tic support. But those students
his supplies for a week into a killed it by throwing rocks at it. the fish in the net and holding the four more next summer. Recent-
year, IHers wondered why they didn't take first. It's m g my opinions on the que* who have no interest in pep rallies fourteen foot boat, including all Believe it or not, he ate both other half. Wessinger and a friend ly he bought his own boat and is
tion, "Should the present pep will not be motivated by a his gas for the motor. He did not snakes.
as if it were assumed that we will win the state tennis - .-< oolicv
- remain
- as it is. or are mandatory assembly and should
took the fish back to the marina ready to test it out. The next
I - - #
nBeZ to bring beverages since the By being careful not to leave to be frozen so it could be thing you know he will move up
title. Again, other schools go bananas if they can there SO, fundamental aspects be able to enjoy a quiet,peaceful lake water is clean enough to out food, Wessinger reported he mounted. The ordeal took them there.
even send a team to state competition. of that policy that should be period.
That's not t o say we are like other schools in talent - I also must state here that I
and achievement or that we should lay back on our
C h a ~ ~ ~of ~ i nof tthe - -
view
of students and teachers who are
fmd the ratio of recognition given
to sports as opposed to academ-
SoccerSquawsoptimisticabout Sectionals ,elley st,f0,

laurels of ~ a s attainments.
t Nor should each student in favor of the current pep ratly ics, and, most especially, the Arts, kicked in a comer kick. Chris
by Shelley Stanforth about their chances. Hiett had the ball kicked out of
go berserk upon hearing of another IH student's sue- policy can best be examined if it terribly disproportionate. It The varsity girl's soccer team
Hall scored twice while Holly
is molded to fit the opinion of the would be very nice if an occa- The Squaws lost a heart- her hands on the first Sycamore Rodes managed a hat trick.
opened the EHL t ~ ~ r ~ ~ a m a e n breaker
t
cesses. On the We just a'r1itt1e stating stereotypical, ever energetic, al- sional assembly, also optional,
much improved team. This Year
to Sycamore, 2-1, in the goal. The Squaw's goal was Robin Hiett earned. the shut-out.
of the facts is necessary t o put things in perspective; ways cheerful student with spirit would be held for the purpose of opening round. The winning goal headed in by Robin Bransom off One game the Squaws felt
is the first for the tournament, was scored on a penalty kick with a comer kick. they should have won but did not
'0 bum. That student Steps for- recognizing and encouraging those
we have a whole lot to be proud of and a little pride and the Squaws are optimistic two seconds left. Goalie Robin Having lost to Sycamore, 5-0, came against Loveland. The score
ward to say pep rallies are an students, and there are many at
never hurt anyone. excellent and essential part of any our school, who excel in non- early in the season, the Squaws ended u p 1-1 thanks to Chris
campaign to raise school spirit. athletic areas. were ready to retaliate. Coach Hall's penalty kick. Freshman
They are the best ways to show I certainly dori't want to come McFadden said, ''They were lucky Julie Picker played strong defense
full school support to our sports across as being against sports. I to win that game and know it." at stopper to hold Loveland to
STAFF program.
Sports are an important part
am as proud as anyone of our
teams. I wish them well and
The girls knew that they were
prepared for the Sycamore game
one goal.
The Squaws turned their
Chieftain is written, corn- Photographer Eaton of air school life, and the people rejoice in their successes. I offer because of their performance in season around in a 1-0 win over
posed, printed and sold as an Typsetters savithri Raju, who participate and excel in them hearty ~ ~ n g r a t ~ l atot i all
~ n in-
~ the Kettering Alter game. The Madiera. It was the team's fnst
extra-curricular activity by the . Karen Wiedemer should be iven all the credit we
w
volved. The question 1 hope to Dayton team had shut out Cin- league victo~y. The Squaws
students of Indian Hill High Contributers Chris Hugs can give them. Making the as- raise is not one of value but, cinnati's best in previous games. controlled the game, keeping the
School, 6845 Drake Rd., Cincin- Rosemary Ward, Scott Kra- With an outstanding performance
nati, Ohio 45243. semblies mandatory is the only rather one of balance. I offer my ball in Madeira's end of the field
vetz, Win Wells, John Berg-
Sponsor Wm. P. Kincaid man, ~ o u gThompson, GUS Way that the school has for point of view with no intention to the Squaws only lost 2-0. but not scoring until late in the
Editors Kurt Dusterberg Gordon, Ken Jones, Elbie insuring the maximum acceptance offend anyone, but with the hope In a close game at Milford the 4th quarter when Shelley
Chris Schmalz
Richard Stradling
Shelley Stanforth, of the cause - student participa- that it will be considered as an Squaws again were scored on in Stanforth kicked one in. ,The
Brad Smith, Duff Lanagan the final minutes of the game.
tion. Besides, a little noise is a victory helped set the scene for
News Editors John Christine
Ron Zesch
Kevin Walzer. Peter Carr.
-.. . -
Alvord, ~ n n ; Richards, Beth
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small ~ r i c e to P ~ Yfor the
alternative idea.
news short The game ended up tied, 1-1. the rest of the season.
Assistant News Editor Dorward. Brian Rowe. Law- boosting of morale that we all Birdie Manzler scored the lone Having come back from a slow
Nancy Hopple
-
goal for Indian Hill.
Sports Editors Paul Monach
Dwight Poffenberger
rence Gallant, Janet Nicolas,
Jeff Gibson, David Stradling
need from time to time.
As I see it, there are certain
1H Key Club Sponsors The fnst game the Squaws
start the Squaws are optimistic
about sectional play. Their fust
Production Staff Todd
Magazine Editors Nancy Hopple basic problems with the present finally put it all together was game is against Cincinnati
Kitsa Tassia n
Adrien, Vicki Camardo, Law-
rence Gallant. Barbara Hug,
bake sale next Tuesday a 2-1 win over Ursula. Holly Country Day. The Squaws then
Assistant Magazine Editor
pep rally program. Basically, the
Chris Hug, AlfonSO Borja Mor- Rodes and Chris Hall put the ball face Anderson if they win.
Elizabeth Smith problems can be put into the The Key Club will be sponsor-
ant, Janet Nicolas, Joel Ruff,
category of over-emphasis. In the in the net. As a team the Squaws Anderson is top seed in the city,
Chief Typesetter Diane Remmell Kevin Walzer, Elizabeth Gor- ing a bake sale next Tuesday.
Production Managers Ken Jones first place, the very essence of the played their best game of the but is not unbeatable. The
man. Joe Alexander. Jennifer Proceeds from this sale and the as
itk ken. season.
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David Stradling David ~ r a h a m , Dan photo by Chris Eaton Squaws are now amious to get by
word "spidt." students and fac- of yet undecided November fund-
Business/Circulation Managers Holly Rodes puts her shoulder into a Deer Park fullback in hopes of The Squaws biggest win of the
Ron Jones
RosenthalfAndy Rob ulty can encourage other students raising project will benefit Easter Anderson and hope to get another
McVicker, Margot Ayers controlling the ball. year came against Deer Park, 6-0.
Paul Smith to become involved, and they %als. shot at Sycamore.
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Don't worry-Bengals would have blown it sports quiz Vol. 32 No. 3


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2. In Canadian football, how
many downs is a team allowed
in which to get a first down?
3. What Major League Baseball
October 8, 1982
Indian Hill High School
Cincinnati, Ohio 45243
CtChief tain
John Lilly wins NCTE writing award-
manager earned his first divi-
sional title this year in 23

by Kurt Dusterberg
l3 years as a manager?
4. Reds' pitcher Mario Soto last
Saturday broke the Reds' sea- by Win Wells and Paul Smith
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were eligible to enter the rom- - One ot them was an exam essay English Department. The De-
son strike-out record formerly Senior John Lilly recently petition. The maximum number on The American Dream which he partment's past record shows this
All I hear about the NF L
strike is that nobody wins. held by whom? won the National Council of of entries from each was limited had previously written. The clearly. For the last 11 years an
Except the Cleveland Browns. photo by Chris Eaton 5. The Paris Grand Prix is an Teachers of English Writing by the Council to two. second was a timed essay, which I.H. student has won the
Maybe you missed it, but The fans jammed "All American Football" stadium in Kenwood to see event in what sport? Achievement award. To win the award, Lilly sub- he wrote about the importance of Council's award. Last year's re-
while the rest of the National a bigger-than4ife Glen Cameron try to hoId the Cleveland Browns' Lilly, along with Peter Carr, mitted two essays last spring. writing in light of modem tech- cipient of this award was John
Football League's players spent offense. ANSWERS represented IH in the writing nology. Lilly had one hour to Ries.
the third weekend of football competition. Carr has yet to hear compie.te the latter essay. When Lilly has won several English
disk, followed by a complicated Pete Johnson and Mike Pruitt.
playing with the kids or giving the reading of a spinning dial (once it Cleveland got in the endzone first from the NCTE. asked about his entries Lilly awards throughout his high school
The council recognized 850 commented, "I felt that both career. Three years ago he was a
dog a bath, the Cleveland Browns had stopped, of course). on a 49 pass play from Sipe to
and Cincinnati Bengals played out of 7,000 high school student were pretty good." member of I.H.'s freshman Eng-
This system has some major Reggie Rucker. Don't ask for a
their regularly scheduled game in shortcomings. For example, on description of the score. The dial participants throughout the Lilly, along with the other 850 lish team which placed first in the
the privacy of my home. Sorry fourth down and twenty, the landed on "49 yard completion." country for their outstanding winners will be listed in a book of Ohio district. During his sopho-
Bengal fans, the Browns slipped writing ability. recognition sent out by the more year he placed third in the
Bengals ran off tackle. The Ben- The Bengals defense was defend-
past our AFC champs, 17-13. gals also threw the bomb on ing against the draw play. The National Council of Tea- National Council. This book will state individually. Lilly also re-
I know, you don't think I t e second and goal from the two. Pete Johnson plowed in for a chers of English is a professional be sent to universities across the cently achieved National Merit
got both goal posts in the air. Let But to justify such illogical plays, score from five yards out late in said Louis Breeden intercepted organization consisting of mem- nation and will serve as a recom- semi-finalist ranking.
me explain. a l l I had t o do was think back to the first quarter, and Jim Breech for the Bengals rather than Riley, bers from all levels of instruction. mendation for the winners. NCTE recommends the award
During last year's baseball added a field goal from 37 yards he would have returned it for a The goal of the council is to in- Lily is now eligible to enter finalists for college admissions
the days when Homer Rice was
strike, sportscasters staged coach. out to give the Bengals a 10-7 lead score. crease the effectiveness of tea- another writing competition, this and scholarships. Their names are
imaginary dream games. I figured I also have a system to deter- at the half. Breech's field goal On a happy note, no players chers in teaching the English being the Scholastic Writing sent to admissions offices and
if the 1927 Yankees could play was set up by a Ken Riley inter- were injured in the game. I'm language and literature in the na- Awards to be held later this year. English department chairpersons
mine who plays and who is the
the 1976 Reds, why can't the fairly certain of this because there tion's schools and colleges. NCTE Upon Lilly's request, the National at over 3000 U.S. colleges and
goat or the hero. Basically, it's ception. Why Ken Riley? I like
Bengals and Browns play their whoever I want. I kept a few him. is not an "injury" disk. Can you furnishes such teaching aids as Council of English Teachers wiU universities, so the award should
scheduled game? That is when I stats just for kicks. Ken Ander- Cleveland tied the game at imagine spinning the dial only t o books and recordings, and it pub- submit for him one of his winning help LiUy get into the college of
son was 15-for-26 with two inter- 10-10 on a 34 yard field goal, but to find your free safety has lishes several professional journals essays to the Scholastic Writing his choice, which is &ward.
pulled out an old game made by
damaged knee cartilage? such as College English and Eng- Senior John Lilly was nationally competition.
Cadaco called "All American ceptions for 210 yards. Brian Breech hit a 47 yarder to put the
lish Journal. recognized for his outstanding Lilly's award is yet another
Football." Sipe had a great day, hitting 16 of Bengals back on top by three. Granted, the choice of plays All high schools in the U.S.
Several years ago I played the 23 passes for 251 yards and two Midway through the fourth writing ability. mark of excellence for the I.H.
may be a little off beat and I'm

Dr. Boston receives Straight award


game daily, featuring top-notch interceptions. Cris Collinsworth, quarter Greg Pruitt scored from not sure I could seat Riverfront rolled." The Straight building
college matchups. I never
learned the rules t o the game, but
Steve Krieder, Dan Ross and Issac
Curtis each caught four passes.
two yards away and with the
conversion brought the score to
Stadium's capacity in my living
room, but don't laugh. It's either -
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I had a system that worked. Both teams had good scoring 17-13 in the Browns favor. this or watching the Calgary Currently, 400 students are
by Ken Jones Indian Hill students in the "It was on the plane ride back involved with Straight, and the
That's all that mattered. Each chances early in the iirst quarter, I'm not sure what went wrong. Stampeders vs. the Winnipeg Blue Indian Hill School District National Straight Organization in that I decided I was going t o
play involved the random selec- but fumbted inside the ten yard Maybe I should have let Turk Bombers in the Canadian Football facility at Mt. Repose can not
Superintendent Dr. Robert B o s St. Petersburg. They said that a help," stated Dr. Boston. 'We handle all the students wishing t o
tion of an offensive and defensive line. I blamed the fumbles on Schoenert play. Maybe if I had League. ton was presented with an award Straight program was needed drew up a time schedule and enroll. Therefore. an expansion of
PUZZLE, from p. 7
matics in an almost perfect bal- which. Also, if P and R are both 19 Retsnoms who were there. that one as much as I do. Check
in connection with his efforts in
obtaining a Straight Inc. drug re-
habilitation center in the Cincin-
desperately in Cincinnati to save
the expenses of constantly travel-
ling to St. Petersburg for treat-
committed ourselves to it and
within six months we had a
Straight program in Cincinnati
the building has been
double the possible working load
and assure a place for all those
to
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ance. The answers are numbers, Two left, leaving 17 Retsnoms, in the next issue for another nati area. men t. with fifty students already en- who need help.
factorable, then the product PR
but the method for determining each with 17 eyes, giving a total mindbender from the rich world The award was presented at a
will have more factors than P and
them is largely one of nonmathe- eye count of 289 in the room. of logic. banquet attended by representa-
R. Again, this would not fit the
matical reason. I hope that all of you enjoued tive delegates from the church,
described condition. Therefore, P I
The fvst problem asks for the and R must be equal and non- the schools, the judicial system,
number of ears and Retsnoms in factorable or prime. Now that we
GOLF, from -p. 13 local industries, and various con-
the restauant, as well as the know what our restrictions are, in first and the Squaws in last. cerned parents of Cincinnati.
victory of the season against
number of ears per Retsnom. we can deal with a much more The girls were tripped up in I Their purpose was to confirm
Taylor. Despite the extremetly
Clearly, if we replace the words manageable set of selections. In their first match of the season by the continuation of the Straight
hilly Shawnee Lookout course,
"ears," "ears per Retsnom" and fact, there are only two prime a surprisingly strong Centerville program in Cincinnati. The main
the girls finished with a convin-
"Retsnoms" with the respective squares between 170 and 520. team at River Fend September speaker of the night was Dr.
cing win, 228-265. McVicker was
letters E, P and R, we need only They are 289, the square of 17, Robert L. DuPont, Director of
medalist with a 45. 9. Although the girls lost 202-
find two of the three numbers, and 361, which is 19 squared. 243, senior Ann Stuart had on of the National Institute on Drug
In its fust home match of
because PR=E. Our task can then Since you know that the number her best rounds ever. "I played a Abuse in Washington. His subject
the season, the team hosted Mid-
be simplified as finding R and P. of eyes is less than the number of really strong game. It's too bad was the problem of drug abuse in
dletown and Greenville on the
Well, in the fust place, if P and R the last ten years and what has
ears, you have all your answers. rain-soaked Camargo Country we had to lose. I'm sure we'll
been done to reverse its spreading . ,A .# - e -2
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the room, distributed at a rate of were 230-273-282 with Greenville come to Camargo," Stuart said. Dr. Boston became involved Pictured at left is the proposed expansion or the Straight I ~ c kacility
. located in Mt. Repose. The expanded
with Straight when he visited four facility may double Straight's capabilities and assure a place for all those who need help.

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