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“Shelter from the Storm” is an anonymous support group for bipolar/ depressed individuals. If feeling alone, lost or hopeless, join the group from 6:30-7:30 Monday nights starting June 4 at the Delphos Public Library. For more information, contact Sara at 567-6446563 or saraberelsman@ ymail.com; or Jennifer at 419-371-7018 or jennotes@hotmail.com.

CDC: Half of overweight teens have heart risk
By MIKE STOBBE The Associated Press

Monday, May 21, 2012

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ATLANTA — Half the nation’s overweight teens have unhealthy blood pressure, cholesterol or blood sugar levels that put them at risk for future heart attacks and other cardiac problems, new federal research says. And an even larger proportion of obese adolescents have such a risk, according to the alarming new numbers. “What this is saying, unfortunately, is that we’re losing the battle early with many kids,” said Dr. Stephen Daniels, a University of The regularly schedColorado School of Medicine uled meeting of the Marion expert who was not involved Township Trustees on in the study. May 28 has been reschedPeople can keep their risk uled to 7 p.m. May 29. of heart disease very low if The township house is they reach age 45 or 50 at located on Kiggins Road. normal weight and with normal blood pressure, normal cholesterol and no diabetes. So these results are not good, he said. St. John’s PTO will hold The study was released a uniform sale from 5-7 today in the journal p.m. Thursday in the Little Pediatrics. Theatre. The Centers for Disease For information, call Control and Prevention Nancy Bonifas at 419-667research focused on 3,383 9525. adolescents ages 12 through 19. The youths were part of an intensive national study that involves interviewing, weighing, measuring and TODAY performing medical tests on Buckeye Boys people across the country. Pony League The ongoing CDC study Convoy at Willshire, 6 p.m. is considered a gold standard Wallace Plumbing for looking at national health at Wren, 8 p.m. Van Wert Elks at trends, said Dr. William Grover Hill, 8 p.m. Mahle, an Emory University Middle Point at VW pediatric cardiologist. Alspach-Gearhart, 8 p.m. So there was some good (Smiley Park-Field 3) news, Mahle said, that the Tri-County Little League study found no increase in Greif Rangers at 1st levels of obesity, high blood Federal Athletics, 6 p.m. pressure or bad cholesterol (Smiley Park-Field 3) during the years it covered — 1999 through 2008. TUESDAY “All of us are looking Delphos Minor League for some sign or signal that Mets at Dodgers, 6 p.m. (LL) Indians at Cubs, 8 p.m. (Dia. 4) Tigers at Orioles, 8 p.m. (LL) Reds at Pirates, JERUSALEM (AP) — An 8 p.m. (Dia. 4) Israeli human rights group has Tri-County Little League released a video that suggests Young’s Waste Service Israeli soldiers stood by while Yankees at Ft. Jennings Jewish settlers opened fire Musketeers, 6:30 p.m. on Palestinians in the West Inner County League Bank, wounding one. The B’tselem group Forecast says settlers from Yitzhar Partly cloudy descended over the weekend and cooler on the nearby village of Asira Tuesday al-Qibliya, where they threw with high in rocks at Palestinian homes. low 70s. See Village youths confronted the page 2A. settlers, and rocks started flying on both sides, B’tselem Index said. Settlers later opened Obituaries 2A fire, shooting a 24-year-old State/Local 3A Palestinian man, who was Politics 4A hospitalized in stable condiCommunity 5A tion, the group said. Three soldiers appear Sports 6-8A Announcements 9A in the footage, which was World News 12A obtained by The Associated Classifieds 2B Press today. They apparently TV 3B did not stop the settlers from throwing rocks or shooting at the Palestinians and one soldier is seen running away from the unrest.

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we’re making headway,” said Mahle, who was not involved with the study. “So that was reassuring.” But one measure did get worse: The percentage of adolescents who were diagnosed with diabetes or prediabetes rose dramatically, from 9 percent to 21 percent. Pre-diabetics have higher than normal blood sugar levels, but not high enough to count as diabetes. It’s not clear why the proportion of kids with high blood sugar would increase while the measures for the other heart disease risk factors held steady. It may have something to do with the kind of test used to measure blood sugar, Daniels said. Adolescents in the study were given a blood test that can give varying results depending on the day or time of day the test is given. Other tests, though more involved and more expensive, are considered more precise. Daniels said it’s possible another testing method might not have produced a swing so large. That is possible, said Ashleigh May, the CDC epidemiologist who was the study’s lead author. “This study is just a first step to identify problems in youth. More work needs to be done to identify why this is happening and the advantages of using various test methods in this population,” she said. Overall the study found that 50 percent of overweight youths and 60 percent of obese youths had at least one risk factor for future heart disease. But normal-weight kids aren’t off the hook — 37 percent had at least one risk factor and could face increased chances for heart trouble as adults, the study suggests.

Ottoville graduates 45 Sunday

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Members of Ottoville High School’s class of 2012 Lindsey Eickholt and Blake Gerdeman enjoy the Memories speech during commencement ceremonies on Sunday. The district handed out 45 diplomas, including 18 honors.

Spencerville to graduate 72 Sunday
Staff reports SPENCERVILLE — Spencerville High School will hand out 72 diplomas at 2 p.m. Sunday in the high school gymnasium. Honor graduate Brandon Keiber will speak to his class. Other honor students include: (summa cum laude) Alicia Ball, Alexandra Bonnette, John Core, Christopher Dardio, Zachary Gay, Jennifer Hughes, Kathryn Kushefski, Cortney Miller, Lindsay Keiber Nolan, Jared Rex, Caitlin Robert and Matthew Youngpeter; (magna cum laude) McKayla Bell, Shanna German, Cassandra Johnson, Mackenzie Miller and Tyler Shumate; and (cum laude) Alexa Brown, Zachary Bryan, Devan Hanjora, Kelli Ley, Samantha Meyer, Danielle Oakes, Jennifer Post, Erica Rice and Cory Rieman. The class of 2012 from Spencerville High School includes, Robert Lewis Allen Jr., Alicia Ball, Brandon Allen Ball, Jordan Nichole Beebe, McKayla Bell, Daniel David Binkley, Alexandra L. Bonnette, Elijah

James Bowers, Jacqueline Dixie Bowsher, Alexa Shea Brown, Richard Thomas Brunswick, Zachary James Bryan, Austin Martin Clevenger, John R. Core, Maurissa A. Cummins, Brendan Daily, Christopher Dardio, Nicholas Michael Davisson, Josh Decker, Breanna Dunlap, Taylor C. Elchert, Zachary Gay, Shannon Marie German, Danelle Rae Goetz, Emily Jo Greber, Calvin Grigsby, Devan Rae Hanjora, Sierra Holbrook, Skyler Holmes, Jenifer Michele Hughes, Nikki Marie Hughes, Cassandra Johnson, Kylie M. Johnson, Brandon Keiber, Otis Bell King, Kathryn C. Kuchefski, Dylan Layman, Kasey Philip Lee, Kelli Morgan Ley, Austin Lotz, Cameron Lucas, Joseph Charles Mark, Brandon Thomas Meyer, Samantha E. Meyer, Cortney Sue Miller, Mackenzie Lee Brenek Miller, Niko Molina, Sebastian Moneer, Lindsay Marie Nolan, Danielle E. L. Oakes, Tiffany Jean Osting, Eleishea Pierce, Jennifer Post, Morgan Kay Pugh, Kayla M. Reier, Jared Patrick Rex, Erica Rachel Rice, Joel Rider, Cory Rieman, Caitlin Roberts, Austin Schleeter, Joshua Settlemire, Tyler John Shumate, Jonathon David Simpkins, Kelsey Smart, Nate Stidham, Casey M. Storer, Austin Swartz, Katlynn Warnecke, Toby Wayne Williams, Corey Allen Wreede and Matthew Youngpeter.

The footage “raises grave suspicions” the soldiers did not act to prevent settlers from firing, B’tselem said. The Israeli military said the incident was being investigated but “it appears that the video in question does not reflect the incident in its entirety.” A spokesman for the settlement said the incident was touched off by Palestinians who set fire for the third week in a row to fields near Yitzhar. Fires were burning in the footage. The spokesman, Avraham Binyamin, said the settlers’ security squad and firefighting team were attacked by dozens of Palestinians throwing rocks. “When a person’s life is threatened, it’s his right to defend himself,” he said. He said the soldier who was in command didn’t take charge of the situation and quell the unrest, and fled after being struck by a rock.

Museum honors railway post office clerk

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Former railway post office clerk Don “High Pockets” Fair shared his career exploits with a crowd at the Delphos Museum of Postal History Saturday afternoon. Fair spent days at a time away from his family as he rode the rails and distributed and picked up mail. Above: Fair tells his story as Museum Director Gary Levitt listens.

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Bee Gees’ Robin Gibb dies after long cancer battle
By GREGORY KATZ The Associated Press LONDON — With his carefully tended hair, tight trousers and perfect harmonies, Robin Gibb, along with his brothers Maurice and Barry, defined the disco era. As part of the Bee Gees — short for the Brothers Gibb — they created dance floor classics like “Stayin Alive,” ‘’Jive Talkin’,” and “Night Fever” that can still get crowds onto a dance floor. The catchy songs, with their falsetto vocals and relentless beat, are familiar pop culture mainstays. There are more than 6,000 cover versions of the Bee Gees hits, and they are still heard on dance floors and at wedding receptions, birthday parties, and other festive occasions. Robin Gibb, 62, died Sunday “following his long battle with cancer and intestinal surgery,” his family announced in a statement released by Gibb’s representative Doug Wright. Gibb was the second disco-era star to die this week. Donna Summer — who earned the Queen of Disco title by singing “Last Dance” and “I Feel Love” — died of cancer in Florida on Thursday. The Bee Gees, born in England but raised in Australia, began their career in the musically rich 1960s but it was their soundtrack

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POLICE REPORT OBITUARIES Delphos man Roger Crowe arrested on warrant Roger Crowe, 71, of
At 9:07 p.m. on Sunday while investigating a complaint in the 100 block of Holland Avenue, Delphos Police came into contact with Jeffery Elam, 37, Delphos, at which time, it was found that Elam had an active Elam warrant for his arrest issued out of Allen County Ohio for a failure to appear on a prior case. Elam was taken into custody and was later turned over to the Allen County Sheriff’s Department. Delphos has died. Arrangements are incomplete at Harter and Schier Funeral Home.

for the 1977 movie “Saturday Night Fever” that sealed their success. The album’s signature sound — some called it “blue-eyed soul” — remains instantly recognizable more than 40 years after its release. The album remains a turning point in popular music history, ending the hard rock era and ushering in a time when dance music ruled supreme. It became one of the fastestselling albums of all time with its innovative fusion of harmony and pulsing beats. The movie launched the career of a young John Travolta whose snake-hipped moves to the sounds of “You Should Be Dancing” established his reputation as a dancer and forever linked his image to that of the Bee Gees. Recording Academy president Neil Portnow predicted that fans will dance to “Stayin’ Alive” and other songs Bee Gees songs for generations to come. “Robin has had an indelible impact on music,” he said. Despite financial success, Robin Gibb and his brothers endured repeated tragedies. Maurice died suddenly of intestinal and cardiac problems in 2003. Their younger brother Andy Gibb, who also enjoyed considerable chart success as a solo artist, had See Gibb page 3A

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WILDENHAUS, Madonna L., 94, of Frot Jennings, Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11 am Tuesday at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Fort Jennings, the Rev. Joseph Przybysz officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. Visitation will be from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. today at Love-Heitmeyer Funeral Home, Jackson Township (on the corner of Rts. 224 & 634) and one hour prior to the funeral on Tuesday at the church. There will be scripture service at 7 p.m. today at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the charity of donor’s choice. Condolences may be expressed at: www.lovefuneralhome.com

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At 6:20 p.m. on Saturday, Delphos Police came into contact with Angela Mueller, 35, Delphos, in the 900 block of Lima Ave. Officers arrested Mueller on an active arrest warrant issued out of Lima Municipal Court on a prior case where she failed to c o m p l y with a court Mueller order. Mueller was taken into custody and was later turned over to Deputies from the Allen County Sheriff’s Department.

ST. RITA’S A girl was born May 19 to Alaina Montgomery and Ryan Heil of Delphos. A girl was born May 18 to Nathan and Ginger Densmore of Cloverdale. A boy was born May 18 to Carl and Amanda Frisch of Cloverdale. A girl was born May 17 to Ashley Pool and David Strause II of Delphos.

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High temperature Sunday in Delphos was 87 degrees, low was 61. High a year ago today was 79, low was 55. Record high for today is 90, set in 1977. Record low is 35, set in 1954. WEATHER FORECAST Tri-county Associated Press

Police issued a failure to maintain control citation following a two-vehicle accident reported at 11:06 a.m. Saturday. According to a report, Patricia Bullinger, 47, of Delphos, was traveling eastbound in the 600 block of East Sixth Street when a vehicle operated by Patrick Rode, 62, of Delphos, traveling westbound in the 600 block of East Sixth Street traveled left of center and struck the Bullinger vehicle. No one was injured. Both vehicles sustained moderate damage.

TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy. A 20 percent chance of showers in the evening. Lows in the mid 50s. North winds 10 to 15 mph. TUESDAY: Partly cloudy. Cooler. Highs in the lower 70s. North winds 5 to 10 mph. TUESDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear. Lows in the lower 50s. East winds around 5 mph. EXTENDED FORCAST WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny. Highs around 80. Southeast winds around 10 mph. WEDNESDAY NIGHT, THURSDAY: Mostly clear. Lows around 60. Highs in the mid 80s. THURSDAY NIGHTSUNDAY: Mostly clear. Lows in the mid 60s. Highs in the upper 80s.

July 26, 1941-May 19, 2012 Kenneth L. Mueller, 70, of Delphos, died at 7:15 p.m. Saturday at the Van Wert Inpatient Hospice Center after a yearlong battle with cancer. He was born July 26, 1941, in Landeck, to Melville and Viola (Gengler) Mueller, who preceded him in death. Survivors include son Ken Mueller of Delphos; daughters Kami (Kevin) Williams and Kelli (Brian) Hensley of Delphos; sisters Patricia Vorst of Middle Point and Joyce (Larry) Keipper of Delphos; brother Stanley (Shirley) Mueller of Landeck; and grandchildren Kyle White, Curtis White, Abby Hensley, Brayden Hensley, Emma Mueller and Elijah Mueller. He was also preceded in death by a brother, Leo Mueller. Mr. Mueller served more than 33 years on the Allen County Fair Board, including three years as vice president. In 2005, he was inducted into the Allen County Agricultural Society Hall of Fame. He retired from Vetter Concrete after 40 years of service. He was a 1961 St. John High School graduate and a member of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Landeck Foresters and the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 471. Mass of Christian Burial will begin at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Landeck, the Rev. Jacob Gordon officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Tuesday at Harter and Schier Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Van Wert Community Health Professional Hospice Center.

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AKRON (AP) — Ohio’s casino commission has a way to help problem gamblers from giving into temptation by allowing them, and anyone else, to ask the commission to ban themselves from any of the four casinos opening in the state. People can ask to be excluded for a year, five years or life. The new state program, which is similar to those in 15 others states, makes it a crime for those who volunteer to be on the list to enter. Those who are caught inside a casino will be charged with trespassing and forced to forfeit any of their winnings. So far, only one person has been placed on the list and 10 others are awaiting approval, The Akron Beacon Journal reported Sunday. The casino commission thinks between 5,000 and 10,000 people will participate. “It’s a wonderful thing knowing that it’s illegal to step foot in a casino,” said Justin Gale, a Mayfield Heights resident who quit gambling last year and was the first Ohioan approved for the “Voluntary Exclusion” program. To be placed on the list, people must apply in person with the casino commission. Once approved, the commission shares the person’s photographs and physical descriptions with the casinos. No one is allowed to sign up someone else. Ohio’s first casino opened a week ago in Cleveland and a second will open next week in Toledo. Two others are under construction in Columbus and Cincinnati. Caesars Entertainment, which is operating the Cleveland and Cincinnati casi-

Allen County and Lima elected and appointed officials will hold their 100th dialogue at noon on Wednesday at the Allen Economic Development Group, 144 South Main Street, Suite 200. The monthly dialogues began more than nine years ago, April 2003. As always, county, township, village, and city officials are invited to chat and share a light meal. A $5 donation is requested to cover the cost of lunch. Dialogues are an agendafree, informal opportunity to get to know each other, exchange ideas and build relationships, according to David Adams, a member of the group’s steering committee. More than 180 officials have participated since April 2003. Total attendance is 1,476. Members of the Planning Committee are David Adams (formerly, Lima City Council), Syl Essick, Roy Hollenbacher (Bath Township Trustee), Millie Hughes (Lima Area League of Women Voters), Mitch Kingsley (Bluffton Village Council), Frank Lamar (formerly, Perry Township Trustee), Jed Metzger (Lima/ Allen County Chamber of Commerce), Greg Sneary (County Commissioners), and Marcel Wagner (Allen Economic Development Group). For more information, call Allen Economic Development Group 419-222-7706.

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The Miami and Erie Canal Corridor Association will celebrate American Hiking Society’s 20th annual National Trails Day June 2 in St. Marys. Above is Lock 13 in downtown St. Marys.

MECCA celebrates towpath trail in St. Marys
On June 2, The Miami and Erie Canal Corridor Association (MECCA) will host a Towpath Trail event in celebration of American Hiking Society’s 20th annual National Trails Day.® The event will be held at 10 a.m. at the High Street Shelterhouse in St. Marys and will celebrate the canal corridor enhancements that include the restoration of Canal Lock 13, development of a Shelterhouse with restroom facilities and parking area that support the Towpath Trail, North Country National Scenic Trail and the Buckeye Trail. A 5K walk or run on the Towpath Trail will be conducted in part of the Grand Lake Health Systems “Road to Fitness” program. “The Towpath Trail and the developments in the uptown St. Marys offer local residents great recreational opportunities and brings recognition to St. Marys as a travel and tourism destination area,” Neal Brady, MECCA Executive Director said. For more information on this 2012 NTD event, visit the group in 1969 after a series of disagreements, some focusing on whether he or Barry should be lead vocalist. He released some successful solo material — most notably “Saved by the Bell” — before rejoining his brothers in 1970 and scoring a major hit with “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart.” The Gibbs then suffered some slack years — searching for a style that could sustain them in the post-Beatles era — and Barry Gibb started experimenting with falsetto vocals, first on backup, and then in the lead position. The brothers were at a low point when they went into a French studio to try to come up with some songs for the “Saturday Night Fever” soundtrack at the urging of

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meccainc.org or contact Neal Brady at meccadirector@ nktelco.net or 419-733-6451. Since 1993, National Trails Day has inspired thousands of people to enjoy trails on the same day nationwide, taking part in hikes, bike and horse rides, trail maintenance, paddle trips and other activities. Event hosts include local hiking clubs, federal agencies, municipal parks, retailers, land trusts and many other businesses and organizations. For more information about National Trails Day®, visit www. AmericanHiking.org/ntd.

nos, and Penn National Gaming Inc., which will run the Toledo and Columbus casinos, also have voluntary exclusion programs. The programs can help, but they’re not a substitute for treatment, experts told The Beacon Journal. “Unless it’s coupled with prevention and treatment, it can’t be effective and adequate,” said Keith Whyte, executive director of the National Council on Problem Gambling in Washington, D.C. “Unless you can do something to actually help them address their problem, you’re trying to bring an enforcement solution to a health issue.” The programs do help problem gamblers take an important step, said Judy Patterson, senior vice president and executive director of the American Gaming Association. “The purpose is to help or encourage someone with a gambling problem to take personal responsibility for their own problem,” she said. A 2009 study of Missouri’s program showed that 81 percent of the people on the exclusion list gambled less and no one reported gambling more, according to the Cambridge Health Alliance, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School. But it also found that 50 percent of the people enrolled returned to the casinos despite being banned.

(Continued from page 2A) died in 1988 just after turning 30. He suffered from an inflamed heart muscle attributed to a severe viral infection. Robin Gibb himself took care of his health and, at the time of his death, was a vegan who did not drink alcohol. Gibb was for decades a familiar figure on the pop stage, starting out in the 1960s when the Bee Gees were seen as talented Beatles copycats. They sounded so much like the Beatles at first that there were strong rumors that the Bee Gees’ singles were really the Beatles performing under another name. Many late-’60s bands were quickly forgotten, but the Bee Gees transformed themselves into an enduring A-List powerhouse with the almost unbelievable, and certainly unexpected, success of the song “Stayin’ Alive” and others from the “Saturday Night Fever” soundtrack that accompanied the movie. With this second wind, the Bee Gees sold more than 200 million records and had a long string of successful singles, making their way into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. “Saturday Night Fever” —

actually a compilation album featuring the Bee Gees but including songs by other performers — represented the pinnacle of Gibb’s career, but he enjoyed more than 40 years of prominence as a Bee Gee, as a solo artist, and as a songwriter and producer for other artists. The Bee Gees consisted of Barry Gibb, the eldest, and twins Robin Gibb and Maurice Gibb. Their three-part harmonies became their musical signature, particularly in the disco phase, when Barry’s matchless falsetto often dominated, and they were renowned for their wide-ranging songwriting and producing skills. The Gibbs were born in England on the Isle of Man, an island in the Irish Sea, but moved to Australia with their parents in 1958 when they were still quite young and began their musical career there. They had been born into a musical family, with a father who was a drummer and bandleader and a mother who liked to sing. After several hits in Australia, their career started to really take off when they returned to England in 1967 and linked up with promoter Robert Stigwood. After several hits and successful albums, Robin Gibb left

Stigwood. The success of those tunes — closely linked to the popularity of the movie, and the power of the disco movement — changed their lives forever, giving them a string of number one hits. After several years of chart success, the Gibbs spent much of the 1980s writing songs and producing records for other artists, working closely with top talents such as Barbra Streisand, Dionne Warwick, Diana Ross and Dolly Parton. They also continued touring and releasing their own records. Gibb also released more solo albums, including “Secret Agent,” during this period. The band continued in the 1990s, gaining recognition for their body of work with induc-

tion into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Then came Maurice’s sudden death in 2003. The surviving brothers announced that the name Bee Gees would be retired with Maurice Gibb’s death, although Robin and Barry did collaborate on projects and Robin Gibb continued his solo career and extensive touring despite mounting health problems. He had to cancel several engagements in 2011, including one with British Prime Minister David Cameron, and he showed an alarming weight loss on his rare public appearances. He was hospitalized briefly in 2011 with what doctors said was an inflamed colon and had surgery for intestinal problems in March, 2012.

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Monday, May 21, 2012

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“Being frustrated is disagreeable, but the real disasters of life begin when you get what you want.” — Irving Kristol, American writer (1920-2009)

NATO touts Afghan war end as fighting goes on
By JULIE PACE Associated Press CHICAGO — As President Barack Obama and fellow NATO leaders herald the coming end of the deeply unpopular Afghanistan war, they face the grim reality of two more years of fighting ahead and more of their troops sure to die in combat. The many partners in the fighting coalition will gather today in Obama’s hometown to reassert their commitment to ending the war in 2014 and solidify another milestone for next year, when Afghan forces take the lead in combat missions while NATO assumes a supporting role. So far in the two-day NATO conference, the leaders have voiced hope that a decade of war in Afghanistan will give way to a decade of transition to peace and stability, aided by the U.S. and its allies. But hard realities intrude. Some NATO countries, most recently France, have sought to end their combat commitments early. The Taliban and its allies have warned that they are waiting to fill the void in Afghanistan after NATO leaves. And with alliance forces — the bulk of which are American — still committed to many more months of fighting, the sacrifices are far from over. Obama is eager to show election-year leadership on the world stage, and he sought to straddle the line on the war before NATO’s formal embrace today of a plan to put Afghan forces in control of security next summer and have NATO back them up. Following a meeting Sunday with Afghan President Hamid Karzai, Obama said NATO’s drawdown plans mean that by 2014, “the Afghan war as we understand it is over.” But he acknowledged enormous progress must be made for that vision to become a reality. Still, NATO leaders have billed the transition to Afghan forces taking the lead as an important benchmark in their plans to wind down the war by the end of 2014. Many of the leaders, Obama chief among them, have a political incentive for trumpeting that drawdown plan, given the growing public frustration with the nearly 11-year-old war. Sixty six percent of Americans oppose the war, while only 27 percent support the effort, according to an AP-GfK poll released earlier this month.

DEAR EDITOR: On Saturday, May 12, the letter carriers of the Delphos Post Office, along with carriers from all over the country, participated in the nationwide Stamp Out Hunger” food drive. Totals for Delphos are in and I am pleased to announce, through your generosity, we collected 2,780 pounds of nonperishable food items. This was 1,000 pounds more than last year. The representatives from the three food pantries in town — the St. Vincent de Paul Society, the First Assembly of God and the Interfaith Thrift Shop — could not believe their eyes when we wheeled cages and cages of food out to them. All food collected was distributed equally among them to be given out to those in need in the Delphos area. A task such as this could not have been accomplished without the help of others. On behalf of the carriers of the Delphos Post Office, we’d like to thank the local media for their advertising of the event. We’d also like to thank our local management, Marilyn and Dan, for their cooperation as well as the rural carriers who worked that day, Chris, Sue and Brenda for collecting on their routes and also the clerks who worked that day, Lisa and Janet, for taking care of the food brought in to the lobby and for weighing the food as it was brought in. That was a huge help. Special thanks go out to John Allen, Bryan Taff, Stacy Taff, Jake Suter and our retired carrier, Jeff Metcalfe, for driving around and collecting the food items from us while we were on routes and taking it to the post office to be weighed and prepared for distribution. Most importantly, we want to thank customers for your generous donations because this food drive would not have been a success without you. So many of our friends and neighbors who are in need have benefitted from your generosity and you helped put a smile on their face. Thanks again from all of us. Chuck Shumaker, Steward, Br. 182 Delphos

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Marriage equality fight continues in Colorado

One Year Ago • Years of hard work, dedication, commitment and support from family and friends recently earned four local Scouts from Delphos Troop 65 the rank of Eagle Scout. They are Sean Wagner, Chris Goodwin, Jon Miller and Mitchell Antalis. 25 Years Ago — 1987 • American Legion Post 268 has selected four delegates as representatives at Buckeye Boys State the week of June 14 at Bowling Green University. Delegates from Jefferson Senior High are Gary Guthrie and Kent Wiechart. Delegates from St. John’s High are Travis Roxlau and Mike Schlereth. • The Delphos Senior Citizens Center celebrated Senior Citizens Day Tuesday with a luncheon, a party and a demonstration by the K-9 Corps of Allen County Sheriff’s Department. Following a luncheon provided by Elderly Nutrition Services Inc. of Lima and catered by NuMaude’s Restaurant, attention turned to Allen County Sheriff Mark Curtis and his 95-pound German Shepherd “Bear.” • The May meeting of the Sunrise-Sunset chapter of The Ohio Child Conservation League was held at the home of Vicki Kramer. Dolores Shumaker was installed as president, Edie Wieging, vice president; Marsha Mueller, secretary; Vicki Kramer, treasurer; and Regina McClure, reporter. 50 Years Ago — 1962 • Dick Schlagbaum was installed as president of the Delphos Junior Chamber of Commerce at the annual installation banquet at the Knights of Columbus home Saturday evening. Other officers installed included Jim Mesker, vice president; Keith Kiggins, secretary; Harry Dunlap, treasurer; Jerry Backus, state director, and Tom Mueller and Tom Eilerman, directors. • Phil S. Bryan, senior at Delphos St. John’s High School and son of Mr. and Mrs. Jean E. Bryan, has been informed by the director of Student Financial Aids and Scholarships of Ohio State University, that he has been selected for the General University Scholarship which is renewable each year. • The 1962 class at Jefferson High School were to be graduated at commencement exercises tonight. Linda Brenneman will sing, after which Robert H. Christy, superintendent of Delphos City Schools, will introduce Lloyd W. Reese, the principal speaker. Following his address, Gordon Peltier will read Edna St. Vincent Millay’s “The Ballad of the Harp-Weaver.” 75 Years Ago — 1937 • Miller’s Opticians defeated Hotz and Hotz by a score of 5 to 3 at Waterworks Park Wednesday evening. The line ups were: Hotz and Hotz – Gary, p; Kill, c; Looser, 1b; Sever, 2b; Swick, 3b; Dickman, 1s; Holdgreve, lf; Wieging, cf; Patton, rf; Boerger, rs. Millers – Brown, p; E. Briggs, c; Judkins, 1b; Gonyea, 2b; Ralston, 3b; H. Clinger, ls; A. Clinger, lf; Hall, cf; J. Clinger and Jacomet, rf; and Swartz, rs. • A series of meetings to be addressed by Mrs. F. A. Alidis, nationally known canning expert, has been arranged for this district, it has just been announced by the Home Economics committee of the Ohio State Grange. The meeting for this district will be held at the Spencerville Grange on May 26. Participating counties will be Allen, Van Wert, Mercer and Auglaize. • Mrs. Albert Harpster, West Sixth Street, was hostess to the members of the United Brethren Aid Society at her home Wednesday evening. In addition to the members of the society, the following were present: Mrs. Ed. Fought, Mrs. Harlan Fought, Mrs. Ray Louth, Mrs. George Patton, Mrs. Paul Harter and Mildred Harpster.

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DENVER (AP) — Minutes after President Barack Obama endorsed gay marriage on May 9, Colorado’s Democratic governor choked back tears as he ordered state lawmakers to reconsider a civil-unions measure defeated the day before by Republicans. In the week that followed, the debate over equal rights for same-sex couples consumed the Capitol. Republicans succeeded in killing the measure, but lawmakers from both parties say the issue could play an important role in White House race in Colorado. Colorado Democrats predict that their loyalists, as well as independents, will rally behind Obama, given his support of same-sex marriage. “That will have a positive impact on the chances of the president being re-elected and winning Colorado in November,” said Democratic Rep. Mark Ferrandino, a gay lawmaker who co-sponsored the civil unions legislation and said that its supporters would be “very active” in the fall on the issue. Obama plans to give the commencement address Wednesday at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, before attending fundraisers in Denver. Since 2008, equal rights for same-sex couples — either through civil unions or gay marriage — has flared in a few of the most contested presidential states. Two of those, Iowa and New Hampshire, now recognize gay marriage. North Carolina recently took the opposite stance, voting to strengthen its ban against gay marriage. But the fight in Colorado has proved especially bitter, and feelings on both sides are raw. So Republicans and Democrats are bracing for social issues such as gay marriage and civil unions to factor into voters’ calculations about whether to back the Democratic incumbent or likely GOP nominee Mitt Romney, who opposes allowing gay people to get married. The economy is certain to dominate the race in the state. Colorado’s unemployment rate is 7.9 percent, lower than in some swing states and marginally lower than the national average of 8.1 percent. But with joblessness falling, social issue could well become more of an issue in voters’ minds. Colorado has nine electoral votes, and the state is evenly divided among registered Republicans, Democrats and independents. Look no further than the state’s evolution on same-sex partnerships as evidence of its swing nature. Just six years ago, Coloradans overwhelmingly voted to change the state constitution to ban gay marriage after a campaign largely funded by Focus on the Family, a conservative group based in Colorado that’s influential across the nation. By this spring, though, there was enough bipartisan support in the state Legislature to approve civil unions. Yet GOP leaders twice used legislative maneuvers to stop samesex recognition, most recently last Monday. Republicans accused Gov. John Hickenlooper of taking marching orders from the White House by pushing the civil union measure in hopes of diverting attention from the sluggish economic recovery.

22 states join campaign finance fight
By MATT GOURAS Associated Press HELENA, Mont. — Twenty-two states and the District of Columbia are backing Montana in its fight to prevent the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United decision from being used to strike down state laws restricting corporate campaign spending. The states led by New York are asking the high court to preserve Montana’s state-level regulations on corporate political expenditures, according to a copy of a brief written by New York’s attorney general’s office and obtained by The Associated Press. The brief will be publicly released today. The Supreme Court is being asked to reverse a state court’s decision to uphold the Montana law. Virginiabased American Tradition Partnership is asking the nation’s high court to rule without a hearing because the group says the state law conflicts directly with the Citizens United decision that removed the federal ban on corporate campaign spending. The Supreme Court has blocked the Montana law until it can look at the case. The Montana case has prompted critics to hope the court will reverse itself on the controversial Citizens United BRENDAN FARRINGTON and LAURA WIDES-MUNOZ Associated Press ruling. The 22 states and D.C. say the Montana law is sharply different from the federal issues in the Citizens United case, so the ruling shouldn’t apply to Montana’s or other state laws regulating corporate campaign spending. But the states also said they would support a Supreme Court decision to reconsider portions of the Citizens United ruling either in a future case or in the Montana case, if the justices decide to take it on. Legal observers say don’t count on the Supreme Court reconsidering its decision. “It is highly unlikely that the Court would reverse its decision in Citizens United,” said law professor Richard L. Hasen of the University of California-Irvine. At best, the court would listen to arguments and might agree a clarification is needed to allow the Montana law to stand. But even that is a long shot, Hasen said. Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock argues that political corruption in the Copper King era led to the state ban on corporate campaign spending. A clarification of Citizens United is needed to make clear that states can block certain political spending in the interest of limiting corruption, he said. American Tradition

The U.S. and NATO will also maintain a sizeable and lengthy commitment to Afghanistan after combat troops come home at the end of 2014. At the NATO conference, leaders were also discussing how the international community would finance Afghan security forces after 2014. With none of the NATO countries having the stomach to pursue the war much longer, the only viable option is to leave behind an Afghan army and police force capable of defending the country against the Taliban and its allies. NATO estimates it will cost about $4.1 billion a year to finance the forces. The Afghan government will pay about $500 million of that and the rest will come from donor countries, many of which are struggling with deficits and the specter of recession. In a statement issued early today, NATO directed a review of the need for continued military support after ground forces depart. The alliance said it would “continue to provide strong and long-term political and practical support” to the government of Afghanistan and would “train, advise and assist” the Afghan military.

Partnership argues that the state bans unfairly restrict the ability of corporations to engage in the political process that also affects them. Bullock wrote in a brief to be released today that the state does not “ban” corporate political speech, rather, it regulates that speech by requiring the formation of political action committees. The Democrat, who is running for governor, said the upstart political corporations hoping to take advantage of unfettered spending are merely “an anonymous conduit of unaccountable campaign spending.” Montana and the other states are asking the court to either let the Montana Supreme Court decision stand or to hold a full hearing. They argue laws like the one in Montana that bans political spending straight from corporate treasuries are needed to prevent corruption. The other states, many with their own type of restrictions hanging in the balance, argue local restrictions are far different than the federal ban the court decided unconstitutionally restricted free speech. Further, state elections are at much greater risk than federal elections of being dominated by corporate money, requiring tailored regulation, the states’ court filing says. now is facing a federal probe into tax evasion, and the state party credit card matter surfaced during Rubio’s 2010 Senate campaign. While they didn’t have much effect, that doesn’t mean they would get a pass on the national stage. “Floridians may be numb to these hits because of the rough-and-tumble nature of politics in the state, when it’s looked at by a national audience it may not be as palatable,” said Abe Dyk, a political strategist who managed the 2010 Senate campaign of Rubio’s Democratic challenger. Rubio and Rivera met in 1992, during the campaign of former Republican Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart, a fellow South Florida CubanAmerican. The two rose through the ranks in the Statehouse with Rivera oftentimes playing bad cop to the more congenial Rubio. During the legislative session, they shared a Tallahassee town house, which a bank began foreclosure proceedings on in 2010. Rubio and Rivera made only partial payments on that mortgage for five months in 2010; at that time, he held jobs as a consultant and professor. Rubio has said the missed payments were due to a dispute over the terms of the mortgage.

Sen. Rubio may have political vulnerabilities in past
MIAMI — For freshman Sen. Marco Rubio, a rising GOP figure seen as a possible Mitt Romney running mate, there are questions about whether potential vulnerabilities in his personal and political background might hold him back. The 40-year-old Florida lawmaker has close ties to a colleague accused of questionable financial dealings. He once was enmeshed in a controversy over the use of the state party’s credit card for his personal expenses. Since emerging on the national political scene, he has faced increased personal scrutiny. There are conflicting details about his parents’ immigration from Cuba and his recently disclosed ties to the Mormon faith. The effect of those issues on his political fortunes is the subject of debate in Republican circles in Washington, Florida and elsewhere as the CubanAmerican senator with solid conservative credentials works to raise his profile beyond his home state and possibly position himself for a national role. “Marco Rubio is a huge star in the Republican Party in much the same way that Barack Obama was in the Democratic Party between his convention speech in 2004 and his candidacy for the president,” said Steve Schmidt, a top adviser to GOP Sen. John McCain’s 2008 presidential campaign. “There are a lot of pluses when you look at Marco Rubio as a potential vice presidential candidate, but there are also unknowns.” Rubio frequently is mentioned by Republican insiders as an attractive candidate to be Romney’s vice presidential pick, partly because the GOP needs to attract Hispanic voters in pivotal states such as Nevada and Florida. Rubio denies any interest in the No. 2 spot this year, but he’s working hard to stay in the national spotlight. He recently gave a major foreign policy address in Washington. He’s talking about writing a bill to allow some young illegal immigrants to remain and work in the country without citizenship. Next month, he’ll release a memoir. The country is only just starting to get to know Rubio and his political vulnerabilities, though Florida residents know both well. Both Rubio’s ties with U.S. Rep. David Rivera, a fellow GOP freshman who

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Van Wert YWCA plans summer travel
The Van Wert YWCA has many exciting, educational and enjoyable trips planned for this summer. Greektown —May 21 Leave at 7 a.m. for a trip to this favorite destination. $35. Grandparents And Grandchildren — June 22 Leave at 7:30 a.m. for a day that will make wonderful memories for both generations. Includes a nostalgic look at life the way it used to be at Conner’s Prairie, lunch and the wonderful Indianapolis Children’s Museum. Each child will also get a souvenir. $79. For adults and $59 for children. Blue Chip Casino — June 30 Leave at 7 a.m. We are offering some week-end trips so that people who are still working can go. $35. Thunder Bay — July 13-15 Many special features like the wagon ride through the Elk reserve and a very special dinner in a charming log cabin. $485. New River Train And Hatfield Trail — July 25-28 Ride Amtrak through the beautiful New River Gorge. See the fabulous Greenbriar resort and the famous hidden bunker, enjoy the Stolen Pig dinner and so much more. This trip is just plain fun. $645. Firekeepers Casino — July 23 Leave at 7 a.m. for a day of fun and excitement. $35. Celebrate Summer One Day Mystery Trip —Aug. 3 Leave at 7 a.m. for a day filled with surprises and good times. A very nice lunch plus great gifts to bring home. $79. Hudson Valley — Aug. 13-17 A new destination for us and one that you will really enjoy. See West Point, FDR home and library, Vanderbilt Museum, Hudson River Cruise, lunch at the Culinary Institute and much more. 10 meals. $775. Yellowstone, Grant Tetons, Mt. Rushmore — Aug. 18-24 Stay two nights in Yellowstone National Park, May 22 Terry Landwehr Jeanette Wannemacher Sean Williams Roger Calvelage Carson Stoner

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Monday, May 21, 2012

DIVISION III NW District Track & Field at Spencerville Charles D. Moeller Track
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Final Girls Team Rankings: Minster 119, Marion Local 74, Spencerville 67, Jefferson 53, Ottoville 46, New Bremen 44, Fort Jennings 38, Crestview 36, Parkway 31, (tie) St. John’s and New Knoxville 28, (tie) Fort Recovery and St. Henry 27, Wayne Trace 25, Lincolnview 13. Final Boys Team Rankings: Minster 147, Coldwater 77, New Bremen 55, St. Henry 52, (tie) Jefferson and Crestview 46, Spencerville 45.50, Lincolnview 34, Marion Local 33.50, Parkway 32, (tie) Ottoville and Wayne Trace 24, New Knoxville 23, St. John’s 22, Fort Jennings 1.
Girls 4x800 Meter Relay: 1. Minster 9:47.77; 2. Spencerville (Karri Purdy, Cierra Adams, Tori Hardesty, Alexa Brown) 10:09.71; 3. Wayne Trace 10:23.38; 4. Jefferson (Brooke Teman, Rileigh Stockwell, Kenidi Ulm, Rebekah Geise) 10:25.71; 5. Crestview (C. Perrott, J. May, E. Saylor, L. Callow) 10:32.55; 6. St. Henry 10:37.89; 7. St. John’s (Brooke Zuber, Ally Mohler, Madison Zuber, Megan Joseph) 10:40.03; 8. Fort Recovery 10:49.24. Boys 4x800 Meter Relay: 1. Minster (A. Albers, E. Dahlinghaus, D. Slonkosky, F. Slonkosky) 8:07.06T; 2. Coldwater 8:11.78; 3. St. Henry 8:13.00; 4. Parkway 8:31.30; 5. Lincolnview (Bayley Tow, Jeff Jacomet, Lucas Myers, Ben Bilimek) 8:37.52; 6. Crestview (S. Ripley, M. Grandstaff, Z. Burdette, J. Genter) 8:43.28; 7. Marion Local 8:45.28; 8. New Bremen 9:10.69. Girls Discus: 1. Chrisman (ML) 116-0; 2. Delzeith (SH) 111-10; 3. Rachel Beining (OV) 110-9; 4. Tammy Wannamacher (OV) 106-6; 5. Long (WT) 103-0; 6. Meyer (ML) 102-8; 7. Mackenzie Miller (SV) 1001; 8. Westgerdes (FR) 95-6. Girls High Jump: 1. Kennedy Boggs (DJ) 5-2; 2. King (PA) 5-2; 3. Alyssa Faurot (SJ) 5-2; 4. Tonya Kaufman (OV) 5-0; 5. Hannah McCleery (LV) 5-0; 6. Speck (SH) 5-0; 7. McGowan (MI) 4-10; 8. Katie Goergens (DJ) 4-8. Boys Long Jump: 1. D. Collins (MI) 21-4.25; 2. Austin Treesh (LV) 20-5; 3. M. Oliver (CV) 20-4; 4. Sloan Whitaker (LV) 19-4.25; 5. D. Carmean (CV) 19-3.75; 6. Knapke (SH) 18-9.75; 7. Dippold (CO) 18-9.75; 8. Manger (NB) 18-7.25. Boys Shot Put: 1. Kortokrax (WT) 54-5.50; 2. R. Will (MI) 50-9.75; 3. Greg Rue (OV) 49-1.50; 4. Hegemann, (MI) 48-1.75; 5. Kramer, (CO) 48-0.75; 6. Wes Collins (LV) 46-8; 7. Zach Gay (SV) 45-5.50; 8. Adam Krietemeyer (FJ) 45-2.25. Boys Pole Vault: 1. Kremer (ML) 14-0; 2. Huelsman (MI) 13-0; 3. Chris Will (SJ) 12-8; 4. Tebbe (MI) 12-4; 5. Mestemaker (SH) 12-4; 6. Brandon Jacomet (LV) 12-0; 7. Dues (CO) 12-0; 8. M. Wuebker (ML) 11-6. Girls 100 Meter Hurdles: 1. Speckman (NB) 16.00; 2. E. Frey (CV) 16.07; 3. Horstman (NK) 16.32; 4. Kaylee Thatcher (LV) 16.44; 5. Jessica Hammons (SJ) 16.45; 6. Taylor Mangas (OV) 16.62; 7. Richard (MI) 17.07; 8. King (PA) 17.27. Boys 110 Meter Hurdles: 1. Chaney (NB) 15.35; 2. Cody Biglow (DJ) 15.54; 3. Brandon Meyer (SV) 15.94; 4. Anthony Schuh (SV) 16.30; 5. Mestemaker (CO) 16.54; 6. Evan Williams (LV) 16.65; 7. Kiernan (NK)

17.57; 8. Dues (MI) 17.84. Girls 100 Meter Dash: 1. Macy Schroeder (FJ) 12.85; 2. Hess (ML) 12.98; 3. Barga (MI) 13.05; 4. Lori Bruskotter (FJ) 13.10; 5. Maddie Burgei (SJ) 13.35; 6. Dahlinghaus (MI) 13.40; 7. Brandt (NB) 13.65. Boys 100 Meter Dash: 1. Siefring (CO) 11.95; 2. Nick Gallmeier (DJ) 12.05; 3. Carmean (PA) 12.10; 4. N. Cunningham (CV) 12.15; 5. Josh Schroeder (OV) 12.17; 6. Kauffman (MI) 12.19; 7. Feltz (CO) 12.20; 8. Mackie (NK) 12.29. Girls 4x200 Meter Relay: 1. Minster 1:47.62; 2. Jefferson (Breanna Strayer, Brooke Teman, Rileigh Stockwell, Kennedy Boggs) 1:48.22; 3. New Bremen 1:48.71; 4. Spencerville (Jennifer Post, Kacie Mulholland, Karri Purdy, Emilee Meyer) 1:49.04; 5. Crestview (J. Moore, G. Callow, E. Frey, L. Callow) 1:52.01; 6. St. John’s (Amber Cross, Jessica Hammons, Halie Benavidez, Rebekah Fischer) 1:52.03; 7. Fort Jennings (Emily Grone, Kaitlin Stechschulte, Lori Bruskotter, Macy Schroeder) 1:55.28; 8. Fort Recovery 2:03.99. Boys 4x200 Meter Relay: 1. Minster 1:31.52; 2. Jefferson (Cody Biglow, Tyler Mox, Chris Truesdale, Nick Gallmeier) 1:33.12; 3. New Bremen 1:33.67; 4. Crestview (N. Cunningham, T. Roop, A. Jones, M. Oliver) 1:34.64; 5. Coldwater 1:36.31; 6. Spencerville (Aaron Hefner, Lucas Shumate, Derek Goecke, Calvin Grigsby) 1:36.62; 7. Wayne Trace 1:37.41; 8. Parkway 1:37.76. Girls 1,600 Meter Run: 1. Boyle (NK) 5:31.45; 2. Butler(MI) 5:35.69; 3. Gaerke (PA) 5:40.26; 4. Tori Hardesty (SV) 5:42.91; 5. Megan Joseph (SJ) 5:48.10; 6. Kenidi Ulm (DJ) 5:49.62; 7. Tobe (FR) 5:50.99; 8. Arnold (MI) 5:56.81. Boys 1,600 Meter Run: 1. F. Slonkosky (MI) 4:29.13; 2. Seas (CO) 4:30.65; 3. D. Slonkosky (MI) 4:32.83; 4. Knapke (SH) 4:33.33; 5. J. Genter (CV) 4:35.33; 6. Kuntz (NK) 4:38.54; 7. Hemmelgarn (SH) 4:48.81; 8. Bayley Tow (LV) 4:50.33. Girls 4x100 Meter Relay: 1. Minster 50.54; 2. New Bremen 51.25; 3. Marion Local 51.70; 4. St. John’s (Maddie Burgei, Jessica Hammons, Halie Benavidez, Samantha Bonifas) 52.10; 5. Jefferson (Breanna Strayer, Chelsey Bishop, Jenna Moreo, Brooke Culp) 52.20; 6. Spencerville (Schylar Miller, Emilee Meyer, Jennifer Post, Kacie Mulholland) 52.75; 7. Parkway 55.25; 8. Lincolnview (Taylor Miller, Sarah Harris, Kaylee Thatcher, Haley McAbee) 55.32. Boys 4x100 Meter Relay: 1. St. John’s (Nick Martz, Luke MacLennan, Chris Will, Will Buettner) 44.33; 2. Minster 44.90; 3. Jefferson (Darren Edinger, Tyler Mox, Chris Truesdale, Nick Gallmeier) 45.30; 4. Crestview (A. Jones, M. Oliver, N. Cunningham, T. Roop) 45.55; 5. Coldwater 46.06; 6. New Bremen 46.21; 7. Lincolnview (Michael Garay, Logan Jewel, Austin Treesh, Sloan Whitaker) 46.66; 8. Wayne Trace 47.22. Girls 400 Meter Dash: 1. Kennedy Boggs (DJ) 58.42D; 2. Thobe (ML) 59.37; 3. L. Callow (CV) 59.82; 4. Kahlig (FR) 1:00.15; 5. Enneking (MI) 1:02.97; 6. Barga (MI) 1:05.02. Boys 400 Meter Dash: 1. Mackie (NK) 50.89; 2. Schultz (MI) 51.09; 3. Kauffman (MI) 51.17; 4. E. Westerbeck (NB) 51.59; 5. Staugler (CO) 52.02; 6. Tyler Shumate (SV) 52.94; 7. Z. Jellison (CV) 54.71; 8. Pax (CO) 54.78. Girls 300 Meter Hurdles: 1. E. Frey (CV) 46.93; 2. Taylor Mangas (OV) 47.51; 3. Speckman (NB) 48.16; 4. Speck (SH) 48.43; 5. Baker (PA) 48.61; 6. Horstman (NK) 48.78; 7. Chelsey Bishop (DJ) 51.38; 8. Sherman (MI) 51.68. Boys 300 Meter Hurdles: 1. Chaney (NB) 41.90; 2. Brandon Meyer (SV) 42.00; 3. Cody Biglow (DJ) 42.06; 4. G. Westerbeck (NB) 43.03; 5. Tebbe (MI) 43.63; 6. Goings (WT) 43.93; 7. Mestemaker (CO) 44.02; 8. Evan Williams (LV) 44.83.

The first handoff of the girls 4x2 final Saturday includes St. John’s Amber Cross handing off to Jessica Hammons (lane 8), Crestview’s Jamie Moore to Grace Callow (7), Breanna Strayer to Kennedy Boggs (6) and Fort Jennings’ Lori Bruskotter to Macy Schroeder. The Wildcat quartet was the only one that advanced to regionals.

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By JIM METCALFE jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com SPENCERVILLE — Next week’s Troy Regional Track and Field meet will have a very local favor with the top four in each event advancing from Saturday’s Division III Spencerville District at the Charles D. Moeller Memorial Track. Jefferson senior Kennedy Boggs seized first in the girls 400-meter dash, also working with junior Breanna Strayer and sophomores Rileigh Stockwell and Brooke Teman for second in the 4x200-meter girls relay. Boggs, Stockwell, Teman and junior Chelsey Bishop were fourth in the 4x4. Boggs will go to the regionals in four events, clinching the high jump Thursday. “It really feels good after today. It’s good to go down in two relays; we work so well together and it’s a lot of fun with my teammates,” Boggs began. “I learned a lot from my teammates the last three years who graduated last year, like Bridget (Culp), and I hope to pass that on to the younger girls. The great thing is all the girls are great competitors and really work hard. The open 400 is my favorite race to begin with; after nearly making it to state as a sophomore but being injured last year and not being able to run my best, I really wanted to get back to regionals and hopefully to state. “I really have received a lot of good coaching, especially from coach (Damon) Ulm. I am in good shape because I also run 800s and the one mile, just for good conditioning. Since I was the anchor of the 4x4, I really had to give it everything down the stretch.” Jefferson junior Nick Gallmeier was first in the 100-meter dash and second in the 100-meter dash. Fellow Wildcat junior Cody Biglow was second in the 110-meter hurdles, as well as third in the 300 hurdles. They combined with junior Chris Truesdale and sophomore Tyler Mox to take second in the boys 4x2. Gallmeier, Truesdale, Mox and senior Darren Edinger were third in the 4x1. “I have been taught well in the hurdles by (Tim) Sanders; he did very well in his high school career and he has taught me a lot about the hurdles,” Bigelow explained. “We have backed down on the practices as the season has wore on; it’s more about technique, doing the little things, right now. For example, we focus more on getting off the blocks quicker and doing the first three hurdles. “In the relays, we’re all about the same age and we work hard; we push each other hard but we have fun. We work on handoffs every day at practice. Believe it or not, I find that it’s harder to stay loose when it’s warmer. You have to focus more on staying hydrated and make sure you’re not in the sun too much.” Gallmeier figures much of his success is credited to hard work and using natural ability. “Both of my parents were average athletes. It also helps that I get a lot of good coaching,” he noted. “It’s pretty tough to run those three races so close together but we benefited from a 10-minute break today that we normally don’t get. That helped in stating somewhat fresh. “In the relays, we’re pretty tight and we’ve been working on fine-tuning everything. We keep getting better with our handoffs and everything. We have clicked very well.” The St. John’s 4x1 boys relay of senior Chris Will, junior Will Buettner, sophomore Luke MacLennan and freshman Nick Martz grabbed first. Will, Buettner and juniors Mark Boggs and Jake Hays were third in the 4x4. Will had already clinched a regional berth in the pole vault Thursday. “It helps a little bit, knowing you’re already going. We didn’t have Tyler (Jettinghoff) in the 4x1 because of injury, so we had to make some adjustments and move some guys around,” Will noted. “It was pretty smooth. In the 4x4, all I could do was give it all I had in the final 200 meters or so; I just had to keep passing anyone in front of me. I had actually never raced in the 4x4 before; I had practiced it but not done so in a meet.” Fort Jennings junior MAcy Schroeder took the individual title in the girls 100-meter dash with a time of 12.85 and the 200 (26.28). As well, she anchored the 4x4 relay that finished third, teaming with junior Lori Bruskotter, junior Kaitlin Stechschulte and sophomore Stephanie Korte. “It really feels good right now. I was in the regional finals last year in the sprints and I really wanted to get back this time; the goal is to get to state,” Schroeder said. “With the 4x4 the last event of the day, you’re not quite as tired after the sprints are as close together as they are. Our relay in the 4x2 came in seventh and that’s disappointing but we made up for it in the 4x4.” Stechschulte earlier took fourth in the 800. “I’m thrilled right now. The 800 was pretty tiring today because of he pace and to have enough left for the 4x4 was good,” Stechschulte explained. “It came down to having a good push in the last 100 meters or so in the relay; at that point, you don’t want to let your teammates down. I had to give it everything I had in both races.” Bruskotter clinched fourth (13.10) in the 100 meters. Ottoville senior Lauren Kramer nabbed the title in the girls shot put (37-6), with junior Tammy Wannamacher taking fourth (36-7 1/2). The latter was also fourth in the discus Thursday. Spencerville freshman Cierra Adams took the title in the girls 3,200-meter run. Joining her as champion was the 4x4 relay of seniors Cortney Miller and Kelli Ley, sophomore Karri Purdy and freshman Kacie Mulholland. “I’m pretty happy with winning this race as a freshman, especially against some really good runners,” she said. “It was a pretty fast pace, maybe faster than anyone thought. 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year. All I tried to do was stick with the leaders and hold on; it was a pretty quick start,” he explained. “I ran a 4:52 first mile, the best I have ever had. Then it was simply trying to hang in there. We’re not used to running in the heat like this.” Lincolnview junior Kaylee Thatcher was fourth in the 100 hurdles. “I am just so thrilled to get to regionals. I knew I had a chance and just ran the best race I could,” Thatcher explained. “I’m not sure what Tom Morris photo I ran but I wasn’t worried about that. I feel more relaxed In the boys 4x1 final Saturday at Spencerville, Jefferson’s Darren Edinger hands off now going into regionals next to Tyler Mox, while St. John’s Chris Will does the same to Luke MacLennan. Both units Wednesday.” clinched regional berths. St. John’s senior Jessica

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Hammons, sophomores Maddie Burgei and Samantha Bonifas and freshman Halie Benavides were fourth in the girls 4x1. “This was my third race today — one in the 4x2 and the other the 100 hurdles — but I didn’t advance in the other two,” Hammons said. “I knew our best chance of advancing was in the 4x1. Those two races helped me get warmed up and stay loose. I’m excited getting out to regionals as a senior. I’m excited for my younger teammates, too; it will give them good experience this year and for the future.” Spencerville’s 4x200 girls relay of Mulholland, senior Jennifer Post, sophomore Karri Purdy and freshman

Girls 800 Meter Run: 1. Zartman (WT) 2:21.47; 2. Fausey (MI) 2:23.87; 3. Hoelscher (MI) 2:26.41; 4. Kaitlin Stechschulte (FJ) 2:29.18; 5. Abby Seifker (OV) 2:35.13; 6. Shepherd (WT) 2:35.20; 7. Kenidi Ulm (DJ) 2:36.58; 8. Caitlin Wurst (SV) 2:37.69. Boys 800 Meter Run: 1. Rindler (SH) 1:59.52; 2. Albers (MI) 2:01.84; 3. Lefeld (SH) 2:02.29; 4. Knapke (ML) 2:02.37; 5. Schlemmer (PA) 2:03.79; 6. Wenning (C0) 2:05.19; 7. F. Slonkosky (MI) 2:06.28; 8. Aaron Hefner (SV) 2:07.11. Girls 200 Meter Dash: 1. Macy Schroeder (FJ) 26.28; 2. Thobe (ML) 26.41; 3. Kacie Mulholland (SV) 26.69; 4. Barga (MI) 27.06; 5. Suchland (NB) 27.33; 6. Hess (ML) 27.51. Boys 200 Meter Dash: 1. Nick Gallmeier (DJ) 23.12; 2. Showalter (WT) 23.36; 3. Carmean (PA) 23.44; 4. N. Cunningham (CV) 23.66; 5. Calvin Grigsby (SV) 23.82; 6. Spieles (MI) 23.84; 7. T. Roop (CV) 24.54. Girls 3,200 Meter Run: 1. Cierra Adams (SV) 12:27.00; 2. Sutter (FR) 12:28.65; 3. Niekamp (MI) 12:36.56; 4. Boyle (NK) 12:49.94; 5. Karissa Burns (LV) 13:03.27; 6. Kunk (SH) 13:05.27; 7. Tori Hardesty (SV) 13:32.32; 8. Thien (MI) 13:47.13. Boys 3,200 Meter Run: 1. Aaren Hemmelgarn (SH) 10:00.30T; 2. Cameron Strunk (PA) 10:03.12D; 3. Mike Seas (CO) 10:04.58D; 4. Mycah Grandstaff 9 Convoy Crest 10:18.70 10:11.31D; 5. Kuess (CO) 10:25.19; 6. Kuntz (NK) 10:26.47; 7. Schulze (SH) 10:35.36; 8. Dahlinghaus (MI) 10:37.28. Girls 4x400 Meter Relay: 1. Spencerville (Karri Purdy, Kacie Mulholland, Cortney Miller, Kelli Ley) 4:04.23T; 2. Minster 4:07.57; 3. Fort Jennings (Lori Bruskotter, Kaitlin Stechschulte, Stephanie Korte, Macy Schroeder) 4:09.48; 4. Jefferson (Chelsey Bishop, Rileigh Stockwell, Brooke Teman, Kennedy Boggs) 4:09.99; 5. Crestview (G. Callow, C. Perrott, E. Frey, L. Callow) 4:10.45; 6. Marion Local 4:15.52; 7. Wayne Trace 4:26.18; 8. Parkway 4:29.60. Boys 4x400 Meter Relay: 1. Minster 3:32.33; 2. New Bremen 3:34.77; 3. St. John’s (Will Buettner, Mark Boggs, Jake Hays, Chris Will) 3:34.98; 4. Marion Local 3:35.79; 5. St. Henry 3:39.89; 6. Spencerville (Tyler Shumate, Aaron Hefner, Derek Goecke, Calvin Grigsby) 3:39.91; 7. Parkway 3:41.11; 8. Lincolnview (Brooks Ludwig, Brandon Jacomet, Lucas Myers, Austin Treesh) 3:41.64. Boys Discus: 1. Winner (MI) 1545; 2. Lucas Shumate (SV) 147-2; 3. Brandon Meyer (NB) 143-3; 4. Greg Rue (OV) 142-8; 5. R. Will (MI) 14111; 6. Josh Schroeder (OV) 138-5; 7. Rios (CO) 135-10; 8. Kuck (NK)

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125-8; ... 9. Zach Gay (SV) 124-7. Boys High Jump: 1. Jeff Knapschaefer (ML) 6-4D; 2. Dues (MI) 6-2; 3. Greg Rue (OV) 6-2; 4. Mestemaker (CO) 6-0; 5. Sloan Whitaker (LV) 6-0; 6. Mackie (NK) 6-0; 7. Dan Binkley (SV) 5-10; 8. (tie) Brandon Meyer (SV) and Hess (ML) 5-10. Girls Long Jump: 1. Allie Thobe (ML) 17-7.75T; 2. Suchland (NB) 16-6; 3. King (PA) 16-3; 4. Jutte (MI) 15-11.25; 5. Horstman (NK) 15-10.50; 6. Kaup (FR) 15-3.25; 7. McGowan (MI) 14-8.50; 8. Hemmelgarn (ML) 14-7.75; ... 9. Mara Brown (FJ) 14-4.75. Girls Shot Put: 1. Lauren Kramer (OV) 37-6; 2. Abby Freewalt (SV) 36-9.50; 3. Kahlig (FR) 36-7.50; 4. Tammy Wannamacher (OV) 36-7.50; 5. Eiting (MI) 35-8; 6. Buchanan (PA) 34-10; 7. Mackenzie Miller (SV) 32-8.25; 8. Delzeith (SH) 32-1.75; ... 9. Makayla Binkley (DJ) 30-10. Girls Pole Vault: 1. K. Wuebker (MI) 11-6; 2. Hemmelgarn (ML) 10-6; 3. Hartings (ML) 9-6; 4. Schylar Miller (SV) 9-6; 5. A. Wuebker (MI) 9-0; 6. Rileigh Stockwell (DJ) 8-6; 7. Niekamp (SH) 8-6; 8. Vogel (SH) 7-6; ... 9. Tara Vorst (SJ) 7-6. ---DIVISION III At Liberty-Benton Girls Team Rankings: Bluffton 92, Waynesfield-Goshen and Arlington 88, Columbus Grove 58, Upper Scioto Va. 38, Pandora-Gilboa 36, Lima Central Cath. 33, Patrick Henry 30, Hardin Northern 28, Allen East 25, CoryRawson 22.50, Leipsic 17, Ada 16, Continental 11, Vanlue 5. Boys District 1 Team Rankings: Columbus Grove 130.50, Lima Central Cath. 105, Patrick Henry 103.50, Carey 55, Ada 49, Continental 44, WaynesfieldGoshen 35, Arlington 31, Allen East 25, Perry 20, Upper Scioto Va. 20, Hardin Northern 18, Ridgemont 17. COLUMBUS GROVE FINISHERS: Girls 4x800 Meter Relay: ... 6. Columbus Grove (Amber Herron, Megan Langhals, Stacy Hovest, Alexis Ricker) 11:34.23. Boys 4x800 Meter Relay: 1. Columbus Grove (Jake Graham, Dane Stechschulte, Alex Shafer, Colton Grothaus) 8:43.64. Girls 100 Meter Hurdle: ... 6. Jessi Smith (CG) 17.53. Boys 110 Meter Hurdles: 1. Derek Rieman (CG) 15.20. Girls 4x200 Meter Relay: 4. Columbus Grove (Brooke Brubaker, Sydney McCluer, Riley Eversole, Sarah Schroeder) 1:49.24. Boys 1,600 Meter Run: 2. Colton Grothaus (CG) 4:53.01; ... 5. Troy Meyer (CG) 4:58.83. Girls 4x100 Meter Relay: 4. Columbus Grove (Sarah Schroeder, Nicole Langhals, Jessi Smith, Brooke Brubaker) 52.56.

Boys 4x100 Meter Relay: 2. Columbus Grove (Tyler Wolfe, Caleb Grothaus, Collin Grothaus, Derek Rieman) 44.856. Girls 300 Meter Hurdles: ... 5. Sydney McCluer (CG) 49.02; 6. Nicole Langhals (CG) 49.28. Boys 300 Meter Hurdles: 1. Derek Rieman (CG) 41.09. Boys 800 Meter Run: 4. Wade Heffner (CG) 2:04.59. Girls 3,200 Meter Run: 4. Amber Herron (CG) 12:48.79. Boys 3,200 Meter Run: 1. Jake Graham (CG) 10:22.02; 2. Alex Shafer (CG) 10:38.74. Girls Discus: 3. Annie Schramm (CG) 105-4; ... 6. Megan Verhoff (CG) 103-9. Boys Discus: 1. Dakota Vogt (CG) 152-7; 4. Trevor Schroeder (CG) 141-3. Girls High Jump: 3. Riley Eversole (CG) 5-1; ... 5. Cassie Stechschulte (CG) 5-0. Boys High Jump: 1. Dakota Vogt (CG) 6-0; ... 5. (tie) Jeff Birkemeier (CG) 5-8. Boys Long Jump: 3. Caleb Grothaus (CG) 20-3.50; ... 5. Jeff Birkemeier (CG) 20-0.25. Girls Shot Put: 2. Danielle Schramm (CG) 34-11.75. Boys Shot Put: ... 6. Trevor Schroeder (CG) 45-1. Girls Pole Vault: ... 6. Sydney McCluer (CG) 9-4. Boys Pole Vault: 1. Tyler Wolfe (CG) 15-0; 3. Collin Grothaus (CG) 12-8. ----DIVISION II Fostoria District - Division II Girls District 1 - Team Rankings: Napoleon 108, Shelby 76.60, Bellville Clear Fork 61.70, Defiance 54, (tie) Van Wert and Mansfield Ontario 52, Bath 44, Galion 35, Kenton 34, Clyde 33.60, Bucyrus 32.10, St. Marys Memorial 32, Paulding 24, Willard 22. Girls District 2 - Team Rankings: Celina 155, LibertyBenton 134.50, Ottawa-Glandorf 74.50, Coldwater 64, Tiffin Columbian 45, Metamora Evergreen 44, Bloomdale Elmwood 33, Castalia Margaretta 28, Wapakoneta 25, Fostoria 19, Upper Sandusky 18, Tol. Scott 14, Elida 9. Boys Team Rankings: Clyde 81.50, Van Wert 79, Mansfield Ontario 58, Napoleon 56.50, Elida 50.50, Shelby 45, (tie) Shawnee and Willard 41, Ottawa-Glandorf 39.50, Kenton 30, Defiance 29, Bath 25, Bellville Clear Fork 24, Galion and Bucyrus 16, Upper Sandusky 14, St. Marys Memorial 11, Paulding 4. ELIDA/VAN WERT FINISHERS Girls 4x800 Meter Relay District 1: ... 5. Van Wert (Cheyenne Handy, Jacey Eikenberry, Erin Dingle, Andi Foster) 10:22.41. Boys 4x800 Meter Relay: 1. Van Wert (Connor Holliday, Kase Schalois, Jared Fleming,Nathan

Wilhelm) 8:09.99. Girls 100 Meter Dash District 1: 2. Amanda Clay (VW) 12.99. Boys 100 Meter Dash: 4. Austine Onwuegbnuchu (EL) 11.75; ... 7. Nick Krugh (VW) 12.16. Girls 4x200 Meter Relay District 1: ... 6. Van Wert (Cheyenne Handy, Allyssa Hill, Alexis Dowdy, Whitney Meyers) 1:52.34. Boys 4x200 Meter Relay: 1. Elida (Nick Pauff, Keaton Greeley, Quentin Poling, Austin Etzler) 1:32.46; 4. Van Wert (Nathan Wilhelm, Seth Kopp, Nick Krugh, Chadd Phillips) 1:34.69. Girls 1.600 Meter Run District 1: 4. Andi Foster (VW) 5:38.86. Boys 1,600 Meter Run: 2. Jared Fleming (VW) 4:24.48. Girls 4x100 Meter Relay District 1: ... 7. Van Wert (Cheyenne Handy, Whitney Meyers, Allyssa Hill, Alexis Dowdy) 53.45. Girls 4x100 Meter Relay District 2: ... 6. Elida (Ashley Lowery, Aubrey Williams, Erin Kesler,Brett Pauff) 52.00. Boys 4x100 Meter Relay: 1. Elida (Nick Pauff, Chris Biederman, Anthony Sumpter, Austine Onwuegbnuchu) 44.56. Boys 400 Meter Dash: 2. Chadd Phillips (VW) 49.83; 3. Seth Kopp (VW) 51.00. Girls 300 Meter Hurdles District 1: ... 5. Whitney Meyers (VW) 48.59. Girls 800 Meter Run District 1: ... 8. Jacey Eikenberry (VW) 2:30.26. Girls 800 Meter Run District 2: ... 7. Brett Pauff (EL) 2:31.15. Boys 800 Meter Run: 2. Jared Fleming (VW) 1:58.79; ... 7. Luke Brubaker (VW) 2:04.70. Girls 200 Meter Dash District 1: 3. Amanda Clay (VW) 26.39. Girls 200 Meter Dash District 2: ... 6. Ashley Lowery (EL) 27.87. Boys 200 Meter Dash: 4. Chadd Phillips (VW) 23.49; ... 5. Seth Kopp (VW) 23.68. Girls 3,200 Meter Run District 1: 4. Andi Foster (VW) 12:15.13. Boys 3200 Meter Run: 3. Connor Holliday (VW) 10:11.24; 4. Kase Schalois (VW) 10:14.04. Boys 4x400 Meter Relay: 1. Van Wert (Seth Kopp, Nathan Wilhelm, Chadd Phillips, Jared Fleming) 3:26.25; 3. Elida (Austin Etzler, Nick Pauff, Keaton Greeley, Quentin Poling) 3:27.88. Girls Discus District 2: ... 8. Rachel Foust (EL) 109-6. Boys Discus: ... 5. Quentin Poling (EL) 142-10. Girls Long Jump District: 1. Sydney Riethman (VW) 16-3.50. Boys Long Jump: 2. Austin Etzler (EL) 20-3.50. Girls Shot Put District 1: ... 5. Alexis Dowdy (VW) 35-11. Boys Shot Put: ... 5. Quentin Poling (EL) 47-10. Boys Pole Vault: 5. (tie) Mitchell Knotts (EL) 13-0.

Bulldog boys sending 5 events to regionals; Cougars sending their share
By Charlie Warnimont Delphos Herald Correspondent TIFFIN — The goal of any track coach this team of year is advance as many athletes, or events, to the next meet. That was the task facing the Elida and Van Wert track teams. For the most part, the teams’ respective coaches were pleased with what they saw after the finals of the Division II meet at Fostoria. The Elida boys qualified to the Lexington Regionals (starting 4 p.m. Tursday) in five events, while the Van Wert boys and girls both are sending a number of athletes to the regional. Elida boys track coach F. Kevin Bowers told his current group of athletes that they could be something special back in the seventh grade. Now that they are juniors and seniors, these athletes are starting to see that statement come true after a strong showing at the district meet. “The kids really stepped it up and performed very well,” Bowers said. “They met my expectations and then some. This group of kids, I told them back in their seventh grade year they will be the ones to turn all the sports programs around and they have been. They are very talented and they are very intellectual, very smart, and they are very good men. I am very pleased with their performance today and we are looking forward to competing at the regionals.” That is after the 800

Emilee Meyer was fourth. Also taking fourth in her event was Spencerville sophomore Tori Hardesty in the 1,600-meter run and freshman Schylar Miller in the girls pole vault. “That was the race I knew I had the best chance to move on. I did run the 3,200 later but the 1,600 is my best race,” Hardesty said. “A lot of times, this race comes down to the last 300 meters and I gave it all I had. It was good enough to get me fourth.” Crestview’s boys 4x2 of Nick Cunningham, Trevor Roop, Avery Jones and Malcolm Oliver was fourth in 1:34.64. Regional events at Troy begin 4 p.m. Wednesday and Saturday.

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relay of Nick Pauff, Keaton Greeley, Qyentin Poling and Austin Etzler broke the school record in a time of 1:32.46. Pauff, Chris Biedrtman, Anthony Sumpter and Austine Onwuegbnuchu took first place in the 400 relay (44.56) as they just missed a school record in this event. “It’s been a long dry run for the program,” Bowers added. “The last time we had a state placer was Reggie McAdams two years ago. He was the mile marker for us to start the pendulum swinging. Coach (Michelle) Cahill pushes the relay teams and we are proud to have her on staff. Coach Clum, Gary Evans and Coach Pauff give us a good quality staff and the kids did well today.” The Cougar boys did quite well at the meet as they not only advanced in several events but came home with the Division II runner-up trophy. Van Wert finished second to Clyde in the team standings as Van Wert had 79 points to Clyde’s 81.5 points. “The main emphasis was advancing as many kids (boys and girls) as we could to regionals,” Van Wert coach Mark Collins said. “We did that. All the events we thought we had a legitimate shot in we advanced but we had a few disappointments along the way as well.” Among the highlights for the Cougar boys were wins in the 3,200 and 1,600 relay events: Connor Holiday, Kase Schalois, Jared Fleming and Nathan Wilhelm in the 3,200 See BULLDOG, page 8A

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in 8:09.99 on Wednesday and the 1,600 relay of Seth Kopp, Chadd Phillips, Wilhelm and Fleming. Fleming and Phillips in 3:26.25. For the Lady Cougars, Sydney Riethman had the lone championship at the districts as she won the long jump with a leap of 16-3 1/2. The Cougars thought their 1,600 relay had qualified for regionals after rallying for a second-place finish in the finals Friday night. “We had a few disappointments tonight as our girls 4x400 relay team broke the school record by three seconds but was disqualified and that is very disappointing to us; Whitney Meyers just missed in the 300 hurdles after running the second-fastest time in school history,” Collins added. “On the boys side, we advanced in the events we thought we could, although we thought we could have finished higher in some of them. We are looking forward to our opportunities at regionals and things to come. Our sprinters held up their end of the bargain and our distance runners scored in their events. It was a well-rounded effort by runners.”

Bowersock’s last-lap pass gives him Modified Mayhem Triumph
The Delphos Herald LIMA — During the past 15 seasons that the University of Northwestern Ohio has owned and operated Limaland Motorsports Park, the Modified division has consistently been among the most competitive racing at the track. Friday’s 20-lap feature produced another thrilling contest and finish that ranks with the best ever. Jerry Bowersock’s all-out charge through the final four laps gave him an early-season comeback win for the ages. A pair of first-time 2012 campaigners gained the attention at the start of the race with Aaron Orr occupying the pole and second-row starter Brian Shaw leading the first lap to the line. A 5-car pileup between turns one and two at the start ended the night for the lone 2-time winner this season in Jake Reufer and Cory Seeling. When the race resumed, Orr, Bowersock, Brian Shaw, Todd Sherman and Terry Hull all pushed forward at the front of the field. There was 3-wide racing coming out of turn four that thrilled the crowd at the highbanked 1/4-mile oval. A rare collision on the backstretch during the ninth lap, involving the track’s two greatest Modified winners, left defending champion Sherman in the infield and Hull still racing but heavily damaged on the right-side door panel. Another 3-wide battle developed with Orr, Shaw and Bowersock dueling for the lead. Shaw took the top position on lap 13 and it held until a caution period set-up the amazing 4-lap dash to finish. Shaw held the middle of the track with Bowersock chasing from the high side. The two racers went side-by-side with Bowersock working sling-shot momentum off the turns hoping to produce a pass before the 20 laps ended. As the usual big crowd at Limaland Motorsports Park sat on the edge of their seats, Bowersock was finally able to sustain a defining push through the fourth and final turn of the last lap. He edged Shaw at the finish line in classic nose-tonose racing fashion. “I didn’t think he was going to give me enough room but he did,” recalled the Wapakoneta driver in the winner’s circle. “I feel pretty good and hope we have come out of our bad luck.” It was Bowersock’s first win of 2012 and the fifth of his career at the track. The Elwer Fence Sprints 25-lap finale was as exciting as the Modifieds, although without the dramatic finish. At the line through the first lap, Shawn Dancer topped a hard charging field of sprinters with Randy Hannagan and Jared Horstman on his tail. On lap six, Hannagan passed Dancer, with Horstman still very much in the mix. The race saw a yellow flag in the air on three occasions through the next four laps resulting in Butch Schroeder and Jarrod Delong being put out of the competition with car troubles. After a restart on lap 10, Hannagan and Dancer resumed their thrilling battle. Dancer took the point position with an outside pass on lap 12 while Hannagan retook the lead on lap 13. From there, Hannagan masterfully negotiated lapped traffic and held off Dancer and eventual race runner-up Horstman to capture his second feature win of the season and fourth of his

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By MARCUS WOHLSEN The Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO — A day after the historic Facebook IPO, founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg updated his status Saturday to “married.” Zuckerberg wed 27-yearold Priscilla Chan, his girlfriend of nearly a decade, according to a guest authorized to speak for the couple. The person spoke only on the condition of anonymity. The couple married at his Palo Alto, Calif. home in front of fewer than 100 stunned guests who thought they would be attending a party to celebrate Chan’s graduation from medical school. Zuckerberg gave his new bride a ring he had designed with a “very simple ruby” to end an incredibly eventful week, according to the guest. Last Monday, Zuckerberg turned 28 and Chan graduated from the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine, where she’d studied pediatrics. Then on Friday, Zuckerberg took his blue-and-white web behemoth public in one of the most anticipated stock offerings in Wall Street history. The seemingly well-coordinated timing was largely a coincidence, the guest said. The wedding had been planned for months and the couple was waiting for Chan to finish medical school, but the date of the IPO was a “moving target” not known when the wedding was set. Attendees, including Facebook’s chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg, were told after they arrived that they were not mere party guests but wedding guests. “Everybody was shocked,” the guest said. The person would not discuss the names of others who attended to protect their privacy. Ditching his trademark hoodie and sneakers, Zuckerberg sported a dark blue suit and tie with a white shirt for the ceremony, while Chan wore a traditional white wedding dress with veil and lace. Food was served familystyle and included dishes from the couple’s favorite Palo Alto sushi restaurant. Zuckerberg met Chan at Harvard, where he founded Facebook in a dorm room in 2004, and have been together for more than nine years. Chan’s own Facebook page, which now lists her as married to the founder, said she is a native of Braintree, Mass., and attended high school in nearby Quincy. She graduated Harvard in 2007 then taught science to fourth and fifth graders at the Harker School in San Jose for two years before starting medical school, according to her profile. Her page also says she “loves cooking and soft things.” Even after the IPO, Zuckerberg, who grew up in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., remains Facebook’s single largest shareholder, with 503.6 million shares, and he controls the company with 56 percent of its voting stock.

David and Leah Kalasky of Hilliard announce the engagement of their daughter, Natalie Elizabeth, to Michael David Martin, son of Brenda Martin of Lima. The couple will exchange vows in March 2013 at St. Brendan the Navigator Catholic Church in Hilliard. The bride-elect is a 2003 Graduate of St. Francis High School in Wheaton, Ill., and a 2007 Graduate of The Ohio State University, earning a bachelor of arts degree majoring in geography and a minor in French. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority and the ice hockey team. She is a quality control technician in geographic information systems at Technigraphics, A CACI Company in Wooster. Her fiancé is a 1999 Graduate of Jefferson Senior High School and a 2007 Graduate of James A. Rhodes State College, with associate of science degree in civil engineering with a specialty in geographic information systems. He is also a quality control technician in geographic information systems at Technigraphics, A CACI Company in Wooster.

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Keith and Julia Kleman of Venedocia announce the engagement of their daughter, Angela Marie, to David Michael Van Epps, son of Timothy and Diane Van Epps of Pompano Beach, Fla. The couple will exchange vows on June 2 at Corpus Christi University Parish in Toledo. The bride-elect is a graduate of Jefferson High School; a 2003 graduate from The University of Toledo, with a bachelor of science in bioengineering; and a 2005 graduate of The University of Toledo, with a master’s of science in chemical engineering. She is currently employed as a Production Engineer at Dow Chemical in Texas City, Texas, and will be joining Covidien in Raleigh, N.C., as a senior process safety engineer. Her fiance is a graduate from Highlands High School in Fort Thomas, Ky., and a 2005 graduate from Florida Atlantic University with a bachelor of science in ocean engineering. He is currently employed as a Senior Mechanical Engineer at General Dynamics in Greensboro, N.C.

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‘Avengers’ sinks ‘Battleship’ to remain No. 1
By DAVID GERMAIN The Associated Press LOS ANGELES — “The Avengers” continues to muscle out everything else Hollywood throws at it, easily sinking naval rival “Battleship” and other new releases. With $55.1 million domestically, Disney’s superhero sensation remained No. 1 for a thirdstraight weekend and took in more than the three big newcomers combined. Overseas, “The Avengers” added an additional $56 million. The film is approaching the $1.2 billion mark worldwide, totaling $457.1 million domestically and $723.3 million internationally. “’The Avengers’ is dominating the marketplace so profoundly that the newcomers are having a tough time breaking in now,” said Paul Dergarabedian, analyst for box-office tracker Hollywood.com. Universal’s “Battleship” opened a distant No. 2 with $25.4 million domestically, well below industry expectations. But the board-game adaptation starring Liam Neeson, Taylor Kitsch and Rihanna already has grossed $226.8 million overseas since launching in April, giving it a worldwide total of $252.1 million. “I would be glad to be No. 2 if we opened to a better number. But given the presence of an absolute juggernaut in the marketplace, there’s nothing you can do,” said Nikki Rocco, head of distribution for Universal. “Not to have a shot at being No. 1 this weekend is disappointing. But it’s a challenge with ‘Avengers’ out there.” Sacha Baron Cohen’s comedy “The Dictator,” in which he plays a tyrannical third-world leader, debuted in third-place with $17.4 million for the weekend. Since opening Wednesday, the Paramount release has taken in $24.5 million. “The Dictator” opened with $30.3 million in 29 overseas markets, giving it a worldwide haul of $54.8 million. Paramount executives said they were happy with that start, but even a movie aiming for laughs had some trouble making in-roads against “The Avengers.” “This is a full-out comedy, very different than ‘Avengers.’ But when you’ve got a movie that big, it just absolutely sucks up the marketplace,” said Anthony Marcoly, head of international distribution for Paramount. “But it’s also good for the entire business. Hopefully, those that see ‘Avengers’ will go, ‘Hey, I want to see another movie,’ and hopefully, they’ll think of our movie as a next choice.” Johnny Depp and Tim Burton’s vampire romp “Dark Shadows,” which opened in second-place a week earlier, slipped to No. 4 with $12.8 million. The Warner Bros. release lifted its domestic total to $50.9 million, a weak result compared to the previous Depp-Burton blockbusters “Alice in Wonderland” and “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” Lionsgate’s pregnancy comedy “What to Expect When You’re Expecting,” featuring

Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Lopez, premiered at No. 5 with $10.5 million. “The Avengers” and the newcomers were unable to maintain Hollywood’s sizzling start to the summer season. Overall domestic revenues totaled $144 million, down 14 percent from the same weekend last year, when “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” opened with $90.2 million, according to Hollywood.com. At $1.18 billion worldwide, “The Avengers” climbed to the No. 4 spot on the all-time charts, trailing only “Avatar” ($2.8 billion), “Titanic” ($2.2 billion) and “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” ($1.3 billion). Domestically, “The Avengers” at $457.1 million is No. 6 all-time but will quickly pass “Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace” ($474.5 million) and the original “Star Wars” ($460.9 million) to take the No. 4 spot. “Avatar” is No. 1 domestically at $760.5 million, followed by “Titanic” at $658.5 million and “The Dark Knight” at $533.3 million.

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JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Prosecutors said today an Indonesian militant known as the “Demolition Man” should spend the rest of his life in prison for helping to build the car bomb used in the 2002 Bali nightclub attacks. Umar Patek, a leading member of the al-Qaida-linked network Jemaah Islamiyah, is the last key suspect to be tried in the blasts that killed 202 people, thrusting Indonesia onto the frontlines in the war on terror. Many of the victims were foreign tourists, including 88 Australians and seven Americans. Lead prosecutor Bambang Suharijadi told the West Jakarta District Court the 45-year-old militant should get a life term. He said Patek was guilty of illegal weapons possession, helping and concealing terrorist acts, immigration violations and premeditated murder. “Because of him, many innocent lives were lost. Others suffered physical disabilities and the loss of their livelihoods and dignity,” he said, adding Indonesia’s economy also suffered, as did its reputation internationally as being a safe place to visit. Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim nation, has been hit by a string of terrorist attacks targeting a restaurants, glitzy hotels and a Western embassy since the Oct. 12, 2002, attack. But all have been far less deadly, in part, security experts say, because a relentless crackdown on Jemaah Islamiyah has largely decimated its ranks. Wearing a white robe, Patek, whose real name is Hisyam bin Alizein, sat quietly as he listened to prosecutors explain why they decided to push for life in prison and not the maximum penalty of death by firing squad. Suharijadi said prosecutors took into consideration Patek’s cooperative attitude during the trial, as well as expressions of remorse and apologies offered to both foreign and local victims and their families. A verdict is not expected until next month and judges can ignore the recommendation. Some analysts expect a 20-year sentence, or less. Patek, who was arrested last year in Pakistan, has denied playing a major role in assembling the massive car bomb that was the largest bomb used in the attack. He said that job fell to Jemaah Islamiyah bomb-making masterminds, Azahari bin Husin and Dulmatin, both of whom have since been killed in police raids. The militant also insisted he was against the bombings from the start but didn’t dare to speak out. They were meant, in theory, to avenge Western policies in the Palestinian territories. Patek said he saw no connection between the original mission, fighting against the oppression of fellow Muslims, and the target, partying tourists. After today’s hearing, he stopped quickly to talk to reporters, apologizing once again not to the victims, but also his government. Patek and his lawyers will respond to the prosecution’s sentencing demand next week.

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By AHMED AL-HAJ The Associated Press SANAA, Yemen — A suicide bomber blew himself up at a military parade rehearsal today in Yemen’s capital, killing at least 60 soldiers in one of the deadliest attacks in the city in years, according to the ministry of defense, officials and witnesses. The bombing appeared to be a failed assassination attempt against the Minister of Defense, Maj. Gen. Mohammed Nasser Ahmed, who arrived at the city square for the parade just minutes before the blast ripped through the area. Nobody claimed responsibility for the attack, but it came as the country’s new political leadership has been stepping up the fight against al-Qaida militants holding large swaths of land in the nation’s south. By ALAN SCHER ZAGIER Associated Press While fighting al-Qaida militants, Yemen’s new president, Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, has been embroiled in a power struggle with loyalists of ousted leader Ali Abdullah Saleh. He has sacked several of them along with family members from top positions in the armed forces, including the air force. Military officials said the suicide bomber was a soldier taking part in the drill, lining up with fellow troops at a main square in the capital, not far from the presidential palace. He belonged to the Central Security, a paramilitary force led by Saleh’s nephew Yahia, they said. Witnesses at the scene repeated the same claim, but nobody produced any concrete evidence to support it. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media. Today’s bombing left a scene of carnage, with scores of bleeding soldiers lying on the ground as ambulances rushed to the scene. Several severed heads were on the pavement amid large pools of blood and human remains. “This is a real massacre,” said Ahmed Sobhi, one of the soldiers who witnessed the explosion. “There are piles of torn body parts, limbs, and heads. This is unbelievable. I am still shaking. The place turned into hell. I thought this only happens in movies.” The bomber detonated his explosives minutes before the arrival of the defense minister and the chief of staff, who were expected to greet the troops, the officials said. The drill was a rehearsal for a parade for the celebration of Yemen’s National Day on Tuesday. Soldiers hand-picked by their commandBy JEFFREY COLLINS Associated Press

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JOPLIN, Mo. — It was a label they sought both to embrace and avoid, a refrain overheard in whispers or uttered bluntly at soccer games, summer camps and national academic competitions: Here come the tornado kids from Joplin. For the 428 members of Joplin High School’s Class of 2012, today night’s graduation — featuring a commencement speech by President Barack Obama — caps a senior year marked by tragedy, turmoil and perseverance. The president will visit southwest Missouri the day before the anniversary of the country’s deadliest single tornado in six decades. The May 22, 2011, twister killed 161 people, injured hundreds more and destroyed thousands of buildings, including Joplin High. Five other Joplin schools were also destroyed, with four more among the damaged structures. The twister arrived hours after last year’s high school graduation, forever defining the Joplin High Class of 2011 and their younger classmates as well. “They had to grow up the night of the storm,” Joplin High principal Kerry Sachetta said. “They saw things they never should have had to see.” School officials vowed to return to class on time. They turned a vacant bigbox retail store at the city’s only mall into a temporary Joplin High for juniors and seniors, with freshmen and 10th-graders at another location across town. A middle school relocated to an industrial park warehouse. Despite the less than ideal location, Joplin students embraced their return to a school they saw as a refuge, a safe haven in a town otherwise gone awry, said Joplin High English teacher Brenda White. “Those kids who lost something needed normalcy,” she said. “And there was no real place to go. But school is a normal place.” The Joplin tornado helped tighten bonds, diminish cliques, elevate school spirit and strengthen community ties, students and teachers said. Fights and other disciplinary violations declined dramatically. “Once we had been through (everything) this last year, people just weren’t interested in a lot of the general high school nonsense,” said graduating senior Derek Carter, who will attend the University of Alabama in the fall. “Everyone realized that the carefree nature of high school that we always had, it just doesn’t fit as well anymore.”

Carter and his classmates have been feted by celebrities, from American Idol winner David Cook’s performance at the homecoming dance to pop star Katy Perry’s welcome message for prom. With few textbooks to salvage from the rubble, the school overhauled its approach to teaching and embraced a technologyfirst approach, thanks to an estimated $1 million donation from the United Arab Emirates that helped equip each Joplin high school student with a laptop computer. The transition wasn’t entirely smooth, White said. “I have never worked so hard in my life at any job as I have this year,” she said. “Everything was brand new. There were no books. You had to get your own lessons. You had to get the kids up to speed. You had to get up to speed. You had to learn (computer) programs and how to structure the information.” On Tuesday, the Joplin school system will symbolically break ground at three new schools being built to replace those lost last year, including a new high school expected to open in 2014. Construction will be financed in part by a $62 million bond issued approved by Joplin voters in April.

Tropical Storm Alberto weakens off SC coast
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Tropical Storm Alberto hovered off the South Carolina and Georgia coasts on Sunday, canceling tourist cruises, producing showers and serving as a reminder that the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season is just around the corner. The first storm of the season that officially begins June 1 was not expected to approach landfall on the Carolinas’ coast, but it prompted a brief tropical storm watch and forecasters warned that it could produce high winds, heavy surf, rip currents and scattered rain across the region. “It’s making the closest approach to the coastline now, so the impacts shouldn’t be much different than what we are already seeing,” said Jonathan Lamb, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Charleston, S.C., on Sunday. At 11 p.m. EDT, the National Hurricane Center said Alberto was about 160 miles (257 kilometers) south of Charleston. Maximum sustained winds had decreased to 40 mph (64 kph). It was moving southward at 5 mph (8 kph), but forecasters expected it to turn toward the east and head out to sea sometime today. A tropical storm watch that was in effect for the South Carolina coast from the Savannah River to the South Santee River was dropped Sunday afternoon without tropical storm conditions reaching the coast. Forecasters said late Sunday it was expected to stay offshore. A few rain bands from Alberto reached Hilton Head Island and moved south to near Jacksonville, Fla., on Sunday but they moved through in less than an hour. Winds weren’t expected to reach higher than 30 mph at the beaches, Lamb said. From Charleston to the north, even less of an impact was expected. Alberto was named a tropical storm Saturday upon forming in the Atlantic. It was the

ers from different branches of the military have been practicing together for the parade for a week, Sobhi said, citing that as evidence that the attacker was a soldier and not an infiltrator. The site of the attack has been sealed off by Republican Guard forces for the past 24 hours in preparation for the National Day celebrations. No cars or pedestrians were allowed to enter. The Republican Guard is led by Saleh’s son and one-time heir apparent, Ahmed. Khaled Ali, another soldier, told The Associated Press over the phone from the site of the attack that the explosion was followed by heavy gunfire. “In the mayhem, we were all running in all directions. I saw the guards of the minister surrounding him and forming a human cordon. They were firing in the air,” third tropical storm to form before the official June 1 start of the hurricane season in the past 31 years. Forecasters said there is no evidence that early-forming storms mean more tropical storms and hurricanes for the rest of the season, especially with storms like Alberto that form from leftover weather fronts and low-pressure systems moving off the mainland into the Atlantic. “It’s anomalous for sure, but there’s really no indication this gives us any idea what the hurricane season is going to be like as a whole,” Lamb said.

Answers to Saturday’s questions: Harry Potter Series J.K. Rowling named Ernie and Stan, the driver and conductor of the magical Knight Bus after her grandfathers. Icebergs are classified as growlers when they’re less than 3.3 feet high and 16 feet long. The smallest icebergs they’re known as growlers because of the sound made by escaping air and when they melt. Today’s questions: In what heart-wrenching 1959 movie was the title character’s last words: “In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart?” How did Change and Eng Bunker, the first recorded Siamese twins, come by their first names? Answers in Wednesday’s Herald. Today’s words: Embouchure: the mouth of a river Lateropulsion: walking sideways

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Tomorrow’s Horoscope
By Bernice Bede Osol
TUESDAY, MAY 22, 2012 You’ve always had the ability to get along with others and make friends easily, and these attributes will serve you well in the year ahead. Certain relationships you’ve established will play important roles in your happiness. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -Although your associates might have trouble getting a handle on things, this won’t be the case with you. Your organizational abilities will make the difference. CANCER (June 21-July 22) -Stay out of the way so that you don’t rock the boat regarding arrangements that are presently running smoothly. You’ll be more fortunate if you let circumstances dictate the show. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -- Others’ hopes may be based on irrational wishes, but not yours. When you dare to dream, it will be founded on a lot of hard work. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -- Don’t let opportunity fly out the window by being too timid or unduly cautious. If you get out and mingle, you might discover that you’re luckier than usual in most of your affairs. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -Instead of focusing solely on your immediate needs, concern yourself with developing productive ideas that could pay off down the line. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -- There’s a good chance you could extract some type of advantage out of an arrangement that has been started and advanced by another. Be on your toes. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) -- Chances are you’ll make better progress by working with traditional techniques than you would by using untested methods. Don’t throw out the old in favor of iffy innovations. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -- You could be quite happy working on things that have a chance of yielding meaningful rewards. Concentrate your efforts on objectives that turn into something big. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) -- One of your better talents is managing a sticky situation and/or working with a difficult individual. You’re an expert at handling things in ways that won’t ruffle anyone’s feathers. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -- As long as you don’t get rattled, everything will work out advantageously. Don’t allow yourself to get flustered over shifting conditions or things you can’t control. ARIES (March 21-April 19) -Because you’ll try to treat others as you would like to be treated, they’ll both recognize your cooperative spirit and try to imitate it. It will make for good fellowship. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -- If you stay on top of several situations that could each bear their own rich harvest, the possibility for an unusually large yield could be much greater than even you expect. WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 2012 Your chart indicates the possibility of a busier social life in the year ahead, which is well and good. However, it might be smart not to involve business contacts in your playtime. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -Co-workers who usually back your intentions when it comes to career matters may be nowhere to be found when you need their allegiance most. Be prepared to fend for yourself. CANCER (June 21-July 22) -You should give your utmost attention to your duties and responsibilities. If you try to sweep things under the rug, all that’ll result will be large lumps that will surely trip you up. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -Be smart and avoid all forms of speculative involvements. Be especially careful not to gamble on the abilities or talents of another. It’s tough enough taking a chance on your own situation. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -- It’s important to weigh all sides of an important issue. Yet if you’re unduly analytical, you might be crippled or defeated by your own indecisiveness. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -- Even though you’re a creative person, it’s still important to follow productive methods. Be careful not to go to such extremes that you stray from a solid path. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -- Sometimes the best foods aren’t necessarily found in establishments that have the most expensive menus. If you are out wining and dining, keep this in mind. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) -- Try not to turn your home into a military camp. If you make the rules too tough or rigid, the troops will eventually rebel. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -- If some of your co-workers have been doing things that bug you or make you feel uncomfortable lately, this might not be the best day to bring it up. It could be smarter to keep mum for the nonce. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) -- Being in the company of those who can afford to spend lavishly might leave you at odds with your wallet. Don’t make the mistake of trying to operate on a high-society budget. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -- Unless you are of singular purpose, certain objectives that you hoped to get done won’t be accomplished. Attempting several jobs simultaneously could cause you to cross your wires. ARIES (March 21-April 19) -You’ll know what is expected of you, yet you simply might not want to comply. However, guard against any inclination to pass the buck, because it will come back to haunt you. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -- This isn’t going to be one of your better days for handling your personal resources or, as a matter of fact, the resources of others. Be especially careful in all financial situations. COPYRIGHT 2012 United Feature Syndicate, Inc.

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