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Sports quiz
Non-league games hurt Braves 1. Name one of the former
coaches of the Cincinnati
by Dwight Poffenberger lead when a technical foul was Stingers.
The Indian Hill Varsity Boys' called after a regular foul by Chip Braves open with win 2. In what city is Metropolitan
Basketball team lost a non-league Sudbrack. The Braves' rebound- The Braves opened their Stadium located?
contest, 76-70, Wednesday, ing and defensive zone kept them league play successfully with a 57- 3. What two pitchers in the Hall
December 16 against Turpin. ahead most of the final quarter. 48 victory Wednesday, December of Fame have the nickname
Before a sparse home crowd, the Witn 2:21 left, Sudbrack fouled "Lefty "?
Braves dropped their overall
3 over Milford. The game was -
out, but juniors Terry Healey and played before a surprisingly sparse 4. What major league stadium
record to 3 4 . Dave Hancher made key plays late holds the least number of Vol. 30, No. 8 December
The Braves jumped out to a in the game to secure the victory.
home crowd. Chieftain - Indian Hill High School - Cincinnati. Ohio 45243
Senior Bob Ulmer helped the people?
quick 8-2 lead but had. trouble Braves open up a 13-0 lead by 5. What college did Wilt
holding it. At the end of the first
quarter, the Braves' 16-11 lead
diminished to a 17-16 deficit.
Chargers down Braves
The Indian Hill squad lost a
scoring 7 of the points. Ulmer's
strength under the basket earned
him the game high total of 15. A
Chamberlain attend?
IH DECA operates
The Braves had fits trying to close non-league contest against strong Braves defense held the ANSWERS TO SPORTS QUIZ
conquer a tough halfcourt trap
by Turpin, but managed to regain
Forest Park at home, 52-55, Sat-
urday, December 6. The Braves'
Eagles scoreless for the first 4:38
of the first quarter. Defensive
OF NOVEMBER 26
annual Little w o r l d
the lead a minute into the second record fell to 2-3 overall and 2-0 leadership was provided by sen- 1. Jim Brown is the NFL's According to Mr. Benken, this
quarter. The Braves then opened leading rusher with a lifetime by Ann Helferich
in the league. iors Sandy Geier, Chip Sudbrack, year's location at Camargo Sta-
their largest lead of the night, total of 12,312 yards. The Indian Hill High School
The Braves got off to a slug- and Ward Morgan. tion is a definite asset to the
26-21, on accurate passing by 2. Willy Shoemaker amassed Distributive Education class is
gish start in the first quarter and The Braves' momentum kept project because of its proximity
Sandy Geier and Ward Morgan's 6,525 wins in his career to sponsoring its ninth annual
fell behind 17-11. The Braves' big flowing until the half en'ded with to a retailing center. The loca-
two free throws and field goal. hold the record. Christmas Little World. DECA
men had a tough night facing the the Braves leading 35-19. Mid- tion, however, was not easy to
Before the half had ended, Turpin juniors and seniors, with the help
powerful Forest Park team. way through the third quarter the 3. Steve O'Neal holds the NFL come by, as the group did not
of DECA sponsor Mr. Jim Ben-
snuck into a 34-30 lead. Forest Park was deadly with their Braves couldn't find the basket- record for the longest punt - secure plans for the storefront
In the third quarter, the ken, will operate Little World
outside shooting, which accoun- ball and Milford edged back to a 98 yards. until the week of Thanksgiving.
Braves managed to stay close, through December 21. Hours are
ted for a 32-25 lead at the half. score of 47-34. Three quick Mil- 4. Pat Zachery , Steve Henderson MI. Benken commented that it is
thanks to the leadership of senior until 8:00 p.m. today and from
Helped by a pair of buckets by ford baskets put them back in the Doug Flynn, and Dan Norman "really tough to find a place."
Bob Ulmer, who ended the game 12:OO to 5 :00 p.m. tomorrow and
Ward Morgan, Indian Hill's lead- game 47-40 but Coach McKibben were the players traded for DECA members constructed the
with 30 points. The third quarter Sunday at Madeira's Camargo Sta-
ing scorer with 17, the Braves pul- halted the momentum with a pair Tom Seaver. cashier's booth and decorations in photo by ~ o Zesch
b
tion and the Indian Hill Creek
ended with the Braves trailing by
six, 49-55. The Braves managed
led within one, 34-33, midway of time outs. The Braves offense 5. Bobby Knight, Larry Sieg-
Club House. two weeks to give Little World a .
'"Should I get the blue one. .or maybe the green one?" Hopefully Dana
through the third quarter. De- had trouble handling Milford's fried, and John Havlicek all holiday atmosphere. DeVarco will solve this young shopper's dilemma.
Little World is a store designed
to play Turpin evenly the fourth spite a tough Forest Park zone, zone defense, so they called a played for Ohio State in DECA sponsors Little World net about $2,500, which they will The basic purpose of Little
for the young shopper (ages 2-12)
quarter, but could not pick up the the Braves managed to end the four-corner offense to bring Mil- the early sixties. as a class project and all members use to send students to district, World is to put classroonl know-
to purchase Christmas gifts for
extra needed points. Coach Dale third quarter trailing, 46-43. ford into a man-to-man defense. are required to serve six shifts of state and national Distributive ledge to practical situations.
their relatives and friends. To
McKibben commented later, "It Opening the fourth quarter, Six straight Milford points two and a half hours. The project Education competitions. Junior DECA member Tracy
help the young shoppers fit their
was a poor effort on our part." Forest Park had no trouble hand- after a questional jump call nar- counts as 25% of the participants' Mr. Benken said that the Little Doppler commented, "Little
limited budgets, DECA class
ling the full court press called by rowed Indian Hill's lead to four, quarter grades. World project has been well re- World has been really fun because
Braves bounce Mustangs members assist the young shop-
Coach McKibben and pulled out 5 2-4 8. Junior guard Dave Han- DECA purchases Little World ceived by the community. He I like helping the kids." Mr. Sen
pers in the choosing of their gifts
in front by a 5 4 4 6 margin. Good cher hit two key free throws to merchandise from wholesalers. commented that the store has be- ken summed up the project as a
The varsity basketball team from merchandise priced from
defensive hustle by the Braves further the Braves lead to 54-48. Mr. Benken said that the group come a tradition with many fami- "good learning experience for
remained undefeated in league $.50 to $5.00. In addition, The
enabled them to pull within two, Key rebounds in the last few hopes to gross $5,000 from two lies over Little World's nine year students and well worth the time
play this year by beating Madeira, DECA students gift wrap and
57-55, when time ran out. minutes by Bob Ulmer and Ward weeks of sales. They expect to existence. involved."
8268, at Indian Eill Friday, Dec- tag all purchases for the children.
Morgan iced the victory.
ember 12. The victory brought IH drops Deer Park page recommendation for the
the Brave's EHL record to 3-0 and
3-3 overall. The Braves defeated Deer ' Wildcats nip Braves Council slackens coliseum liquor laws prevention of further accidents.
Paul Wardheimer, who served as
Senior Ward Morgan's three Park, 64-57, at Deer Park, Satur-
by Annette Theuring every event. Mann's main concern was not the chief of staff of the task
point play early in the first quar- day, December 5. Todd Benadum watched his
Coliseum concert-goers who il- Many members of city council the fact that the public drinking force, explained that the recom-
ter helped the Braves jump out to Sandy Geier and Ward Morgan shot bounce off the rim with one
legally consume alcoholic bever- disagreed with Blackwell's move. law was finally being enforced, mendation included crowd man-
a quick 7-0 lead. An aggressive each had six points in the first second left as the Braves suffered
ages in the public arena will find According to Paul Wardheimer, but, rather, that it was not being agement guidelines as well as a
Braves' defense prevented the quarter, but the Braves fell be- a disheartening 61-60 loss to Fin-
themselves less likely to be arres- Public information officer, the enforced equally in all cases. suggestion of "fair and equitable
Mustangs from taking many shots hind, 19-18. Senior Chip Sud- neytown's Wildcats at Finney- ted than earlier this year because feeling of an increasing number of Mann found that football fans law enforcement at all events."
early but with 2:35 remaining in brack threw in nine in the second town, November 29. of efforts of Cincinnati's new city council members was that, were often breaking the law in the Many of the crowd control guide-
the first quarter, Madeira pulled quarter as the Braves outplayed The Wildcats' aggressive play
mayor, David Scott Mann. In- even though the drug and alcohol same manner at Coliseum games. lines contained in the task force
even, 11-11. The first quarter the Wildcats, 17-12 for a 35-31 dominated the first quarter as stead, police will be looking pri- problem "couldn't be ignored," without consequence. "I went to analysis, which is available for sale
ended in a deadlock, 20-20. halftime lead. Sudbrack, the led, 18-14. The Wildcat scoring marily for illegal drug use. the huge number of arrests was a football game and noticed all t o the public for seven dollars per
Led by Chip Sudbrack's 14 game's leading scorer, had 21 was led by Eric Roper, the game's copy, have been the basis for two
first-half points, the Braves went Mann, a tax lawyer, was a key not solving the safety problem. the tailgating parties-it struck me
total points while Ward Morgan leading scorer with 27 points. photo by Rob Zesch Cincinnati ordinances and an
into the locker room deadlocked, figure in the investigations follow- In a Chieftain interview, David that there was a double standard
added 16 overall. The Braves battled back to out- Ohio state law which is presently
4242. Bob Ulmer drives inside and puts ing the December 3, 1979 'Who' Mann expressed his concern. "I in the law," said Mann. Mann
The Braves continued to play the Wildcats, 20-18, in the being reviewed by Governor
Madeira jumped ahead to start up a shot against Madeira. The tragedy, when city council mem- never understood exactly what then determinedly launched a
dominate the game during the third quarter and 16-13 in the last campaign directed toward city James Rhodes.
the second half, 4844, but Sandy Braves went on t o win the game, ber J. Kenneth Blackwell held the1 the point was in making all those
third quarter but were outplayed, period. council advocating equal en- In November, David Mann
Geier and Bob Ulmer took the 82-68. post of mayor. Blackwell, as part arrests," the mayor agreed. "I
16-15, in the fourth. The Braves Junior Dave Hancher led the forcement of the law- combined his own observations
of a massive public safety cam- couldn't see how the eleven
Braves into the lead, 56-60, with shot a very respectable 69.6 per Braves' offense with 15 points. with the recommendations of the
paign, had ordered a police crack- deaths related to the crackdown. Meanwhile, a police-
2 5 7 remaining in the third quar- cent to a 60 per cent average for Seniors Sandy Geier and Bob fourth quarter by Ward Morgan's task force analysis and came up
down on drug and alcohol abuse As far as I am concerned, alcohol established task force, headed by
ter. Deer Park. Ulmer each contributed nine. fouling out and Sandy Geier's
at rock concerts, and hundreds of abuse had nothing to do with the UC safety director Henry Sand-
The Braves quickly lost their The Braves were hurt in the technical,foul.
youths were being arrested at
see COLISEUM, page 8
deaths." man, was busy compiling a 78-
page 2 CHjEFTAIN December 19,1980 December 19,I980 CHIEFTAIN
senior sketch

Seniors every year learn, via the great philosophers, experience. . .the wrong lesson. It is probable that ~ e f is
f rock 'oriented'
of Man's search for the just society. From Socrates' instead of being taught to respect others, such students
time in ancient Greece to the present, the meaning and will learn to flee the reins of any dominating figure by Doug Freeman with a lot of action." His love for
When asked to describe him- the sport can be seen through the
establishment of justice have pre-occupied men, and and resent what the faculty, the administration, the self, Jeff Pedigo replied, with all skill with which he plays if, and
the founders of our own country set as one of their government represent. due humor, "Yapanese!" Such he won the Varsity soccer MVP
goals "to establish justice." In fact, every day ques- Basically, we suggest that though the writing of the sarcastic humor typifies this easy- award and allleague honors.
going senior. Sharing his soccer skills with
tions arise, trivial and monumental, pertaining to the Discipline Code and the implementation of Saturday Coming from a financially younger kids, Jeff works within
existence of justice, or lack thereof - "that's not fair," Study give the student a better idea of, and a fairer "oriented" family, Jeff hopes to the SAY soccer program. Jeff al-
"give me a fair chance," "you're being unjust." We chance with, the discipline regulation, justice should study electrical engineering at so runs hurdles in which he has
Lehigh University and is anxious- performed admirably in past
speak of justice all the time, but nobody knows what really reach beyond the page and into the individuality ly awaiting to hear if he has been years.
it means. of each student and each case. Punishment can be accepted there. Leading a very Playing the guitar is one of
Students will naturally speak of justice on a smaller used negatively, as a destroyer of character, or posi- busy life, Jeff proclaims, "I like Jeff's other forms of relaxation.
scale than perhaps Jefferson, but the roots of a just to participate and get involved in Listening and playing to his favor-
tively, as a builder of growth - i t is the choice of those ite rock performers (Led
school activities." Schoolwork,
society, whatever the definition of "just," are not only who administer it. student government, sports, and Zepplin, Van Halen, and Jimi
in its Constitution or its senators or its President, but music take up the bulk of his Hendrix). Jeff says, "Rock gets
also in the people. The concept of punishment may J o h n e n n0 n time.
Just recently inducted into
me really rowdy - you know
what I mean. . .?" Jeff plans to
well be the most pertinent facet of justice, at least to photo by Rob Zerch

US now. Rock and Roll legacy


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NHS, Jeff has risen in intelluctual
status and jokingly replies, "I
continue his guitar playing and
prophesizes, "Give me another Jeff performs his Eric Clapton at Budokan imitation.
Our school, for instance, has several methods of by Mr. Steve Strider geous "Why Don't We Do It In guess that means now I am a twenty yeais and I'll sound like
certified wedge !" Eric Clapton." (Good luck, Jeff).
punishment: grades (zero for the day), detention, cal- One of the most popular units The Road?" is truly awesome.
ling parents, Saturday Study, suspension and finally we teach in our ~ i n e r a lMusic The Beatles seemed to be able to
Presently senior class treasur-
er , Jeff spends a lot of time in
Jeff also spends much time
working as a valuable member of
senior sketch
classes is a presentation on the do anything. When it looked as
We grant that each of these punishments
Can be effective if used properly and at the proper
Beatles. Most students, although
they don't remember the Beatles
though they might be going off
the deep end with something like
student government activities.
Besides "swindling" a few hun-
the Legend staff. Indeed his wits
and dedication add to the effec-
Annette pirouettes
dred bucks to help the senior class tiveness of the yearbook.
time. ]For instance, every student knows someone to during the actual years of their "Tomorrow Never Knows," they
whom grades are not at all important. What, then, POP~'="~Y(1964-1970), are very would turn around and bowl US
budget, he is on the SG Service
Committee and is one of the
Certainly, Jeff s dedication
will prove rewarding and his fu-
her w a y towards iournolism
receptive to their music. They are over with a straight ahead rocker
would be the value of giving that student a Zero for the major reasons for the success of ture will undoubtedly be success- by David Johnson
fascinated by the . like ' c o t T~ Get you Into MY the weekly orphanage visits. ful. . . if by then his brains aren't "I11 type anybody's paper!" writes for Chieftain; her most
day as punishment for not doing homework? McCartney hoax and subsequent Life." In addition, Jeff enjoys soccer plastered from stopping soccer This appealing proposition most recent article includes an inter-
One could conceivably argue that students will TO me, the most important because "it's a fast paced sport balls with face. likely takes up much of senior view with Cincinnati mayor David
I've had a love affair with the contribution the Beatles made Annette Theuring's time during Mann.
if the grade-conscious student gets a zero for Beafles from the very beginning. with their music was the revec-
- - - - . . Position Paper Week. When her Having finished two years on
not doing homework while the student not concerned My favorite Beatle albums are tability that Rock and R O re- ~
fingers aren't dancing on the keys, the flag corps as captain and look-
a b ~ u tgrades gets a detention. And we concede that Meet the Beatles, Revolver, The ceived as a result of the depth, she is usually perfecting her favor- ing forward very much to this
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White Album, and Abbey Road. both musically and lyrically, of ite dance routine. Having taken year's Pow-Wow, Annette has
most likely, people that One of the two stu- sometimes I throw in a little their songs. P o p u h es-
dance lessons for six years, in ad- been an avid supporter of Indian
dents was treated more fairly than the other. Pepper for seasoning. pecially ROC^, was languishing in dition to several stints as the Hill's music department. Dab-
The solution lies in our own concepts of iustice and The Beatles were a creative the mundane and trite until the teacher, Annette combines her bling in piano and clarinet,
Beatles arrived. They gave Rock
punishment. The reason for punishing is, and must $a ~ ~ v ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ $ , " ~ , " , " e ~ and
; h e ~ the sophistication and love of dance with a strong Annette became interested in the
journalistic background to fill her flag corps through the band and
remain, to help the student grow and learn from the they were the powerful social refiement it needed without senior days. won several ribbons in compe-
experience. Only as a last resort should punishment be force some claim they were losing the energy and drive inher- Annette feels her dancing tition at flag camp this summer.
during the Or if they sim- ited from the originators of the
used as pure punishment, that the student should not form - the black Rhythm and
abilities were strengthened most Calling her trip to Spain a year
ply reflected in their music the significantly during a dance camp ago her "most exciting experi-
feel he got off " S C O ~ free." In accordance with this turbulence of the times- There is Blues artists. she attended in Jacksonville, ence," Annette enjoys travelling
ideal, it is not the duty of the administration - or any- no doubt, however. that they The recent murder of John
one who decides punishment. includingi our courts - to
V
were -
force a avery
forcepowerful musical
that changed the
Lennon is something * am
having trouble dealing with- It's
Florida, where she was able to
teach and ''to get exposed to dif-
as a reprieve from the rigor of the
Indian Hill schedule.
deal equally with every student, but to prescribe ferent kinds of dance." Adding In her free time, Annette en-
of popular music. Y in
one thing t o lose B U ~ ~HOUY to the excitement at the dance joys trying new things; this
punishments as "equity" would dictate. "Equity ," not Lennon and McCartney were a plane crash, and t o l o x camp, Annette shared a room summer, she learned to sky-dive,
"equality," should be the goal of our school and ever- songwriters supreme, in the mold Janis, Jimi, Bonzo and Keith in with an actress who was given a an experience she will long re-
of Kern, Porter, Gershwin, and large part t o their careless, self-
other school. chance to perform a role on the member. In addition, taking care
Rodgers. Their songs reached indulgent and sometimes suicidal TV show Happy Days- One can of her cat "Buddy" helps her to
Too often teachers and administrators lose sight of people of ages and tastes, and ways; b u t t o have the mpn arho expect to see Annette poised on relax from position papers and
the true purpose of giving punishment. Instead of possessed musical depth without was the driving force behind POP- stage when the curtain rises at this other pressures on seniors.
making the punishment appropriate for the occasion cate*g only to the preferen= uhr music's most PO=** and year's Pow-Wow- With her strong academic
of the musically knowledgeable. dominant group struck down in Now undecided about her background (National Merit Semi-
and the student so that it becomes a learning tech- These songs ue standards tlut the preaenoe of hi. aife by future at college, Annette former- Finalist, Yale University Book
nique, they stick to rules that, though intended as aio continie t o be heard as 10% who simply didn't -kke ly leaned towards a journalism Award) and her dancing talent,
guidelines, were not meant to be rigidly - - adhered to. cmfi"ues t o sing- The the way had aut* photo by R o b Easch major at Northwestern or New Annette Theuring strikes a
variety of these songs from the graphed is absolutely mind bog- York University. She now takes a balance between intellectual and
The result is, of course, a group of frustrated students and overly sweet Amrette~tohoWtfse~ofaBmea physical exercises.
jonrnalissn course and often
who were improperly punished and may learn from the d
, wmagR ~ C to * Ule ouba- see BEATLES, pw 3
December 19,1980 CHIEFTAIN Page 10 December 19,1980

Hern points to persona/ reasons as Aqua-squaws Every year when the holiday season comes around,
win tri-meet over
we are deluged with television holiday specials ranging
cause of retirement from coaching Madeira, Mercy from cartoons to "An Opryland Christmas." We are
also subjected to what seems like a million commer-
by Kama Brockmann
by Kurt Dusterberg Hern pointed to a "renewal of The Indian Hill Aqua-Squaws
cials for gifts to help celebrate the holidays. The ques-
The Indian Hill football pro- tradition and dedication by the with 98 points blasted Madeira, tion arises, have Christmas and Chanukah become too
gram fell into a deeper hole when players" as part of the way the 59, and squeaked by Mother of commercialized? Is the spirit of Christmas being
Cliff Hern announced his retire- football program could back on Mercy, 95, in their first tri-meet wrapped up in a cardboard box with shiny silver paper
ment as head coach of the varsity its feet again. of the season Wednesday, Decem-
and yards of red ribbon?
T k C h i * i s \ M i ~ ~ Typesettgs rnrndfd,
football team. The official an-
nouncement was made at a Board
"We need a strong off-season
weight program," he explained.
ber 16. The Squaws won the
medley relay as well as four indi- To some people the meaning of Christmas or
~ ~ d s d d a s a nEllen -7 um m
of Education meeting December All the good teams have one. extrwmidar act+&y ky t k mw@= M r n
3. Football takes year-round dedica-
vidual events. Diane Remmell Chanukah may be only to receive gifts. Their main s t u & m t S o f I n d i a n r n ~ Artists R&MwMl,Beth
won the 200 individual medley

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Just weeks before, Jim Stacey tion. We just don't have enough." the 100 backstroke, while
chore for December is to flip through the Talbot's school,6&45n-akewm ~ a n s t y ~ 0 6 ~ ' 7 9
quit his post as head J V coach, The 198O for was J errny Gardner won the 50 free- catalogue or take a trip to Kenwood to get ideas for an nati, Chi0 45243. almim kJchn!xm,
which leaves the athletic depart- very discouraging. During his
days at Indian Hill, the team had
style, and Julie Reis won the 100 elaborate list of gifts which they plan to find under the spaw vJhrnKhraid
ment looking for two coaches to .-.
a winning tradition and good sea-
frppptVlp
A*--.,.,
tree Christmas morning. Editm Joan
~~d~Onret GAdfarb Firam, Jdm T e M.

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fill the positions.
The Aqua-Squaws suffered
Hern, who compiled an 18-28- sons. In 1962, Hern scored 121
their first loss last Friday night in
To an extent, we are all guilty of this attitude. At sm strider, LisaI-bhmq
4 record in five years at Indian points alone. This season, the en- times we become overly concerned with ourselves -
a Tri-meet against Talawanda and Mima@ngEIs. R & W Jahn Liny, Ed ,-iP
Hill,said his reasons for stepping photo by Rob Zesch tire offense managed just 48
down were personal, and he felt it Cliff Hern points.
Mariemont High Schools. Marie- how WE feel, what WE want. What is important, Ths;;lun, Ann Ehid.1EIferid.1 Jahn Ries, &a, Chris
mont won the meet with 95
simply was time for a change. Hern will continue to teach at though, is the degree to which we carry this selfishness. m E d s. BobaaK3ndel
"I didn't want to make just started evaluating how the whole Indian Hill and be the head coach
points, followed by Talawanda Snralz,mBBrrm,-
with 83, and finally Indian Hill The holidays were initiated as a celebration of reli- Jay Jdekll Wcs -,wmebt
emotional decision," Hern said. situation was effecting me." of the junior high track team, but
"It was a progressive one. I Hern's decision causes the he left the door open for the fu-
with 68. Although the Aqua- gion, and to most this religious feeling remains a part FkdmsEd. Rod-Batr
Squaws lost, individual wins were 7
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of the celebration. To many others, though, the

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wanted to evaluate where the athletic department to start hunt- ture.
scored by Julie Ries in the 500 spcsts=- C l d c m a-lad Srrith, J& Ncrhals,

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Indian Hill football program was ing for a new coach. Presently, "If the right situation comes meaning of the holidays transcends the religious
going." there are eight applicants for the up, yes, I'd get back into football.
Freestyle and Jenny Gardner in
the 100 Breastroke. significance. Christmas and Chanukah provide for
Stradlttlg, I W Kiingle w

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"I first stated giving it serious job, and at least one is a member It would have to be a job I want
The Indian Hill Aqua-Braves
asterberg Wm-qTed Mller
thought after the Deer Park game of Indian Hill's staff, according to and one I could grow into." them an opportunity to show their love and concern A4igm.mEd. J.Ml%tiv@ MalM hRaju,
when we lost, 7-0. That's when I athletic director Carol Wehmann. and Aqua-Squaws won their first
meet against Cincinnati Country
for those around them. These people think less about Ries ChrisSdnrralz,J&m,
Day, Monday, November 24. themselves and concentrate on attempts to spread J?bcbdi(311- ITZane r\Bncy a d f *
Deer Park, Milford fall to B-ball Squaws Indian Hill won by a narrow
margin of 150-144.
happiness among their friends and family.
The giving attitude, which intensifies in the holiday
Jhlcer m
Mstletce0.eeno
Ik.w=
The Aqua-Squaws were the
by Renee Graham stronger of the two teams, win- season, has expanded to all twelve months at Indian
and Mandy Griesdorn
Despite the defensive efforts
ning individually, 99-48, over
Country Day. The Squaws won
Hill over the past few years. Concerned students,
teachers, administrators and community members have -m
of Lisa Goldsmith and high scar- both relays and all but three indi- C k a h t i m Johnvixen
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ing of Melissa Pope with 14 joined together to develop programs exemplifying their
vidual events. Diane Remmel (lxktim, E d m P T -
points, the Squaws suffered a loss won both the 100 backstroke and concerns for others.
to Marian, 45-37, last Friday, ski
December 14.
the 50 freestyle for the Squaws, The Peer Counseling Program is just one example of
while Laura Walker, Shelly Laban - projects undertaken by unselfish students and faculty
Maura A'Hearn had an out- and Susan Kelso won the 100
standing scoring and rebounding free, 100 fly, and 100 breast- to reach out to others. Student Government has also
game, sinking a game-high 18 stroke respectively . Stacey Laban done its part by sponsoring weekly orphanage visits. loss of a fellow human being, a
points. The Squaws also received BEATLES great artist, a charming cynic, a
won Girls' Diving for the Squaws. NOW it is our turn to reach out and exhibit the
help from Lisa Goldsmith, Many The Aqua-Braves lacked depth continued
--.. from page 2 man who loved his wife and son.
Griesdorn, Betsy Esterly and in their try for a win against Christmas spirit. Acquiring a "give to" attitude gBng. Millions of be&e have Selfishly, I grieve in the loss I feel
Mary Brainard.
The Lady Braves saw their
Country Day, dropping a 96-51 doesn't mean that vou must join some tvpe - of volun-
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been stunned by this act. We can knowing that my dream, a s well

record drop to 2-2, 2-1 in the


loss to Country Day. The loss teer organization - it only implies forgetting about only wonder if Lennon was about
to enter a period of aeativity
as that of millions of others, of
overshadowed the fine perform- seeing the SeatIes together just
EHL, when they lost to Madeira, ances of Frederik Lyon in the 500 yourself and taking an interest in those around you. ilar t o that which sustained us one more time will never b e re-
56-48, Thursday, December 11. ' alized.
Senior Cris Cucinotta put on a Photo by Rob Zesch
freestyle and Marc Aldendifer in The holiday season generates a feeling of camara- dU"ng the sixties-
the 100 breaststroke, each win- So what have we learned from Now that Lennon is gone we
good offensive show by scoring Cris Cucinotta gets inside for a shot as Maura AYHearnand Melissa Pope ning their event. _ _
derie and There is no better time than the this? That we need stricter laws wa have t o console ourselves
15 points as the game's high wait for the rebound. Yuletide festivities to reach out to your friends and concerning hand guns? That pub- with those things he has left us,
scorer. Indian Hill had a break lic figures are no longer safe in
early in the fourth quarter when The Basketball Squaws con- In the final seconds, the
your family, and that will be some consolation
opened their 1980-81 season with our society? That all men are indeed, for no assasin will ever b e
Madeira's Pam Mack fouled out tinued their winning ways, clob- Squaws led, 38-36, and were in a 40-36 victory at Milford Tues- mortals? Or perhaps mast omi- able t o destroy the thoughts,
with five minutes left. bering Deer Park, 48-13, Thurs- possession, shooting one-and-one. day, December 2. nous of all - that we are gradual- melodies and memories John
Coach Pfimann is working on day, December 4. The free throw attempt failed, The Squaws were ahead in the3 ly becoming desensitized as a re- Lennon created and gave t o us.
a rotating starting line up this sea- The Squaws took a comman- but Melissa Pope grabbed the re- fist half by as much as 16 points,i sult of the constant violence that Out of all the agony and frusta-
son with three of the five starters ding lead into halftime. Melissa bound and put it in to preserve but the Eagles made a comeback surrounds us? Maybe some or all tion of his death, this is at least
competing for a position each Pope and Maura A'Hearn led the the victory. shortly after halftime t o even th-e of these things are true. encouraging and exhilarating
game. scoring for Indian Hill. The girls' basketball team score. Personally, I grieve for the thought-
Page 4 CHIEFTAIN December 19,1980 December 19,1980 CHIEFTAIN Page 9
from the sidelines
SG projects deemed successfuI BacigoIupo t o make few Holiday season brings
by Chris Schmalz food drive once again was "very
The third annual Elf Auction
was held last Tuesday in order to
successful" rasing more than $180,
in canned goods and money. The changes in MoeIIer's style gifts a n d predictions
raise money for the Beech Acres raised goods and money goes to
Orphanage, the Neediest Kids of Oxfam, a group organized to help by Richard Stndling .
by Kurt Dusterberg hundred percent accuracy, but.
All, and the Salvation Army. feed third world countries. Monday, December 15 marked cline of Moeller football. Baci- and Richard Stradling you never know.
The 613 dollars raised will be "We have eight huge boxes full the beginning of Moeller High galupo denounces these rumors It's that time of year again,
donated equally to the three of canned goods and a substan- School's winter football program. by saying that within the program time for gift giving and receiving. 1. Zip Rzeppa will ger fued for
charities. cia1 amount of money to send," S&cely four weeks after its sek- there is not intention of decline. In making out this year's list to falling out of his chair while
Robin Greiner raised the most commented . Kama Brockmann, son ended, Moeller's football ma- "People will have to tell us what singing the Houston Oiler's
Santa, you must- not forget
money of all elves, selling. for SG service committee chairper- chine started up again, demon- decline is," he beamed. 'We will theme song.
the various sports needs around
$50. The bidding for this elf son. strating the size and strength the let the results speak for them- 2. The New Orleans Saints will
the area. In case you did forget,
went up rapidly but at the $30
mark it became a duel between
All homerooms from the four
different classes competed for the
program carries. Wednesday, selves." we have prepared a list that can m another football game -
December 3, that program under- Bacigalupo has been at Moeller be sent in time for Santa's annual just one.
Peter Graham and the eventual highest number of cans and went some changes as thirty-five as a coach for thirteen years, the trip. 3. Howard Cosell will lose his
winner Sandy Geier. money, each winning homeroom year-old Ted Bacigalupo was hired last four working with the varsity voice bringing our the largest
Brad Taylor was constantly receiving doughnuts for each as head coach replacing Gerry linebackers. "I feel I was chosen crowd in New Yok City
1. An MIL and NBA fran-
bidding "5 dolla" but was upset person. Faust. as head coach because of my chise and fans to support since the Victory Parade of
when he did not get an elf. "It Miss Selzer's sophomore Bacigalupo (pronounced bot- knowledge of the program," he 1945.
them.
was an American Capitalist plot," homeroom raised the most points ^ v * x - F
cheega-loop-oh) says fans can ex- said, "both on offense and de- 2. 7'4" Virginia center Ralph 4. Ralph Staub, former UC
commented Brad. of all cultivating 763 points. Mr. pect few changes in the basics of fense." Sampson for the Bearcats. football coach, will be hired
The Siamese elves of Kevin Schneider's homeroom collected the program but that there will be The Xavier University gradu- 3. New knees for Johnny at Bracken County High
Egan and John Brophy sold for the most points for the freshman, by Rob Zesch changes in the football staff. ate played three years of varsity Bench. School as an assistant coach.
$30, and a prized Mr. Garwood Mr. Noble's homeroom for the These changes are, as of yet, un- footbali and baseball at Newport 4. Competent food vendors 5. BiUy Martin, George Stein-
brought in $23. juniors, and Mr. Nellis' homeroom decided. Catholic High School. He came for Riverfront Stadium and brener and Reggie Jackson
The elves perform their ser- for the seniors. There are a few critics that say to Moeller directly from college. digestable food to go along (who was named after a can-
vices today, some of which should "I'd like to thank all those 4 that Faust's leaving marks the de- with them. dy bar) will quit their re*
include carrying books and people who participated and
Students iudge foreign 5. A football conference for pective jobs to produce the
singing carols.
The SG Thanksgiving charity
made the project very successful,"
said Kama. languages necessary
Final second free throw UC composed of equally
poor teams such as the
most controversial broadcast
team, ever.
1. How many years of a foreign language or langu- nets win for JV Sauaws University
Idaho.
of Eastern 6. Ted Turner will be caught
bringing illegal Cuban ball-
ages have you taken? 6. ~ e d r b Borbon
- -- so he can players from Cuba to Florida
A foul-shot by Holly Rodes
None-6% 1 - 1 0 % 2 - 2 6 % 3 - 2 8 % 4 - 3 0 % with one second remaining in the
put the "bite" back into for transport to Atlanta on
game enabled the Indian Hill JV
the Reds. his yacht ''Courageous. "
Girls' Basketball team to squeak 7. Four clones of Anthony 7. Muhammed Ali will play
2. What language or languages have you studied? Munoz for the Bengals. Apollo Creed in Rocky 111.
by Loveland, 22-21, Wednesday,
Spanish - 40% French - 45% December 17. Rodes was fouled 8. A defensive lineman-proof 8. Fran Tarketon will sustain a
Latin - 7% German - 10% vest for Ken Anderson's a broken leg after being
with the score tied at 21 apiece sacked by a 900 pound goril-
and the Squaws in the bonus situ- always sore ribs.
9. Cunent pictures for Chan- la on the set of 'That's In-
ation. Captain Karen Kreis led all
3. Would you like to see more different languages Squaws' scoring with eleven. nel 9's sportcast to replace credible."
Can you guess what this is? 9. Scientists will find a cure for
taught at Indian Hill such as Russian and Greek? Fine defensive play in the the ones from the late six-
indigestition, mmmonly r e
Yes - 44% No - 56% second quarter boosted the ties currently in use.
10.A big-time wrestlinglslam ferred to as Roberto D u d
Squaws to a 21-14 victory over disease, a sickness that in-
Marian, Monday, December 12. dunk franchise.
4. Should Latin be a required course as it is in some After Christmas Day, the world flicts many American ath-
The defense held Marian without letes every year.
schools? a point while the offense added sets it sights on the New Year.
Yes - 20% No - 80% nine to end the first half at 15-4.
-
&# e
*L-
4."r'*-- -
Although it is a bit early, we have 10.Forrest Gregg will be run
down by a Toyata while
Teresa Buchman had seven points come up with some things to ex-
5. Where would you like to see more emphasis to lead the JV.
Photo by Rob Zerch pect for the new year in the world taping a commercial for
placed in your foreign language education? Hdly Rodes sets up the IV of sports. We do not promise one Datsun.
The JV was beaten by a
Verbal - 37% Written - 15% Reading - 18% powerful Madeira team, 40-16, Squaws' offense.
Thursday, December 11. Holly
History - 10% Culture - 19%
Kane to lead JV wrestling squad
Rodes led the Squaws' scoring
with eight.
6. How would you describe the knowledgeability of Rodes scored 11 of the JV's
the foreign language teachers? 15 points as they lost a defensive by Chad Smith
battle, 19-15, to Deer Park, The Indian Hill Varsity Wrest- son under new coach Ty Kane. wrestling.
Excellent - 24% Good - 48% Thursday, December 4. ling team frnished last in the Coach Kane, who was a wrestler All of the JV meets are
Fair - 20% Poor - 10% The JV Squaws squandered a Sycarnore Quadrangular, Thurs- himself, has done a fine job in scrimages except for the Purcell
14-14 tie at the half to lose to day, December 11. Glen Este and coaching the team according to its Invitational and the EHL Tour-
Milford, 34-25, Tuesday, Decem- Lovehnd also participated. The members. nament, which take place in late
7. Do you feel a foreign language education is neces- ber 2. Holly Rodes led the squad squeaked by Taylor, 36-14, The squad needs a larger group January and early February.
sary? Squaws' scoring w@ nine and Friday, December 5. of wrestlers in order to fiu all the There will be six scrimmages this
Yes - 67% No - 33% Karen Kreis followed closely with
I eight.
The Indian Hill Reserve Wrest-
ling team is looking for a fine sea-
weight classes. Also, most of the
wrestlers are in their frrst year of
season.
December 19,1980 CHIEFTAlN Page 5
Page 8 CHIEFTAIN December 19,1980 I'm satisfied with it but.. ."
Originally, he began cheating
COLISEUM
/Hers favor M *A *S *H and NBC Grade pressure causes heating
because he didn't have time to
continued from page 1 study, but he is no longer as
with a resolution demanding involved as he was, and he seems
equal enforcement of the law, Similarly, pressure is often found to make a difference. . .I'll t o have developed a habit. "I
Perhaps the most intruguing as- habits. Possibly, the sociologists by John Ries
fvhich he then submitted to city by John Lilly have to know the material for guess now I'm just lazy."
pect of the survey's findings is the are correct in thinking of the tele- In a recent Chieftain survey, most noticeable from the home.
council for approval. Mann was Although Indian Hill students It is surely not a reason for exams anyway, so until then I "Everybody thinks I cheat a
seeming contradictions in much vision as a great evil. On the a majority of Indian Hill teachers
amazed when the initial proposal are outwardly hostile towards net- responded that there is a cheating cheating, but it could be con- might as well get the best grades lot more than I actually do," he
of the data. The fact that most of other hand, it may only be, as
was rejected on a 5 4 decision. work television, they somehow problem at Indian Hill. One com- sidered a primary cause. "It possible ." commented, and indeed, he is not
of' the negative comments about movies, radio, and reading have all
Why the refusal? With a trace of find time t o watch one and a half mented that just a single case would be nice if kids could tell He feels the most pressure the chronic cheater trying t o beat
television do not agree with the been in the past, another of man's
disgust in his voice, Mayor Mann hours of TV daily. In a Journal- constitutes a problem, but some from his parents. "They com- the system. "1 only cheat in the
large amount of time spent watch- escape mechnisms. their parents to 'bug off; let me
explained that the council ism I survey during the month of may see it happen every day, and do my own thing,' but that's plain when I get a B in physics.
thought they "shouldn't get into November, IH students gave sug- ing TV. Public sentiment has long With the average Indian Hill see CHEATING, page 8
been directed against television, High School family owning 2.85 for all their efforts to stop it, almost impossible," commented
it," that it was a matter best left gestions of ways to improve tele- cheating persists.
and that could explain the appar- TV sets, there is a little chance of Dr. Rodgers.
for the police to deal with. vision ranging from the rational to Why do students cheat?
ent embarrassment felt by many the medium's fading out, so there Dr. Rodgers feels that pressure
Eater, the council considered the incensed ("Shoot the boob "People get away with it, and
students toward their viewing will probably be ample time t o re- from home is indeed stronger
the proposal again and agreed to tube" being a prime example). they get better grades that the
search it in the future. at Indian Hill than elsewhere.
pass it, provided that a paragraph Yet Indian Hill students seem to
people who study," commented 'The parents tend to be success-
be added asserting that the coun- have a love-hate relationship with senior Rick Ruskin. Dave John- In order to clarify the point of view of the
ful, not only financially, but in
cil had no desire to control or their television sets. The average
regulate police action. In effect, student watches one and a half
son feels the problem stems from many other ways. Whether teachers toward cheating, Chieftain distributed
pressure for good grades. 'The implied or not, the pressure to
said Wardheimer, city council ac- hours of television a day, and he surveys to all high school teachers. The results are
cepted the bill as a "sentiment," a
"moral obligation," rather than a
rates the overall quality of the
programs he watches as 2.95 on a
TV SURVEY students are victimized by their
classes; more so here than any
live up to one's parents achieve-
ments is very great."
other school I've seen. There's Whether or not cheating raises
call for direct action. "I was will- scale of 1 to 5.
too much emphasis on grades." the grades on individual tests, it 1. Do you think Indian Hill High School has
ing to sacrifice that much to get Strangely enough, seniors enjoy
According to school psychol- catches up to the student in the
the resolution passed," said Mann. network programming more than a cheating problem?
According t o Mann, "We had any other class. While many peo- 1. In total, how many televisions does your family ogist Dr. Barb Rodgers, there are long run, according to Dr. Rod-
three types of cheaters. There is gers. She doesn't think it hurts
two choices in enforcing the law ple thought television too child- own? average 2.85 the student who cheats in order one's morality or causes guilt so
equally-we could either crack ish, the seniors rated national tele-
vision at 4, and the freshman to beat the system. He may be much as it leads to bad habits.
down on tailgating parties at
"They lose to some degree their 2. If you think there is a cheating problem,
football games as well as at rock rated it at 2.3. 2. Do you watch television regularly? very intelligent, potentially an
No - 50% excellent student, but he doesn't ability to memorize and concen- why do you feel this way?
concerts, or we could opt for not One topic upon which most Yes - 50% care about grades as much as he trate, and they get used to taking
hassling anyone." The sharp de- agreed, however, was the favorite
cline in alcohol-related arrests at
the Coliseum shows that the latter
route was taken and that police
l% show. "M*A*S*Hn out-
scored its opponents by a gigantic
margin, getting almost four times
1I3. HOWmuch time do YOU spend watching TV each
day? average 1?hhours
I
I
values the triumph of breaking
the rules. This type of person is
likely to be amoral, that is,
the easy way out."
Most students who make a
habit of cheating are eventually
Most teachers feel that seeing cheating or
hearing students talk about it is indication
without any standards, and as caught, but by the time they are of a "problem." One teacher feels that "all
seem t o be cooperating with the the vote of the second most popu- 1 I such, without any qualms what- in high school, being caught will
plan. lar show, "Soap." And schools" have a cheating problem. Reasons
Is the plan working? "That's "M* A* S* H" received no 4. What type(s) of programs do you watch regular- soever about cheating. probably have very little effect.
Then there is the student who "It depends on the impact of cited for the cheating included poor study
my impression," observed Mann. "worst" votes, while "Soap" was ly ?
"I'm satisfied with the way things in the running for dubious top *Entertainment most often watched (66% of IH
finds himself under a great deal being caught the first time," said habits and pressure from home.
of pressure. He studies and works Dr. Rodgers. "If the student is
are going now." honors in that contest.
students watch these shows) hard, but his grades are simply young and impressionable, he has
No one program can take credit 3. Have you ever caught anyone cheating?
not what he feels he deserves or a good chance of being scared out
CHEATING
continued from page 5 '
for being the absolute worst cur-
rently running network show. II5. What is your favorite news show?
*channel 5 was the favorite for both local and I
what his parents expect. Thus he
resorts to cheating. Also, there
of further cheating." On the
toher hand, older students who
classes that give me a lot of troub-
le." As an example, he said he
That distinction be shared
by three shows, "Dallas," 'The
Dukes of Hazard," and 'The Mis-
I national news. I
is the student who finds it easier
to cheat than to study; in a word,
lazy. These two types are probab-
have formed havits are less likely
to be influenced.
Although only one teacher polled had not
caught anyone cheating, he or she admitted
I I
occasionally scribbles a formula adventures of Sheriff Lobo." Much also depends on the
on his desk or writes a "cheat
Each received one-tenth of the 6. On a scale of 1 (lowest) to 5, how would you
ly the most common, and they teacher, according to Dr. Rodgers. having "strong suspicions."
feel some sort of guilt, perhaps a If he attaches little or no import-

I
sheet," since he doesn't believe he vote, so no top dog may be pro-
should have to memorize them claimed.
rate television in general? great deal, perhaps not. In either ance to a student's cheating, the
all. "It's really just a backup, and Local - average 2.7 National - average 3.2 case, each feels the need t o hide student will do the same, but if 4. If you caught someone cheating, how did
Another significant statistic is
sometimes' just having written the apparent dislike of local pro- I such feelings and put forth an the teacher "makes a big deal out you deal with this person(s)?
then down helps me remember gramming as compared to net- image, to "be cool." of it, " perhaps informing the
them." Thus far, he has never -work fare. Only the freshman
7. What currently running program do you like "The only way t o curb cheat- students parents, the situation
been caught. "I'm too careful," best? ing is to start in the home envir- could have a very great effect on Almost all teachers agreed t o give the cheat-
class thought local shows better
he claims. than those produced by the net- "M*A*S*HWhandsdown onment," said Dr. Rodgers. the student. It helps if the ing student a zero or failing grade. They also
He also claims that cheating works, and that preference was Schools naturally have a difficult student respects the teacher. "If often counsel the student and/or notify the
doesn't bother him morally at all, only by a slim margin. One rea- time controlling cheating, since handled inappropriately, it could
though it would depend on the son for this is probably the fact 8. What currently running program do you like most behavioral patterms and conceivably increase the prob-
extent of the cheating. "Copy- that IH students watch, for the least? habits, such as those which lead lem."

I I
ing a term paper or walking in to cheating, are preestablished Not too lond ago, a student
with full page of notes up your
most part, entertainment pro- Tie : cbDallas," "Dukes of Hazard ," "Sheriff long before a student enters high half-jokingly said, "I wouldn't
grams, and the main products of
sleeve is different." Thus, any local stations are news and Lobo ." school. "Children are affected by have made it into NHS without
cheating he does is limited to re-runs, I I very subtle things in the home. cheating." This statement may or
copying answers t o objective type Of those who do watch news They might notice little inconsis- may not be true, but cheating is
9. What suggestions do you have to improve the tencies in their parents actions." a common phenomenon at Indian
questions during tests, and he regularly, most watch channel 5 Some of the teachers who answered yes
usually has no problem obtaining and NBC. Although many asked
overall quality of television? Thus, by not presenting a good Hill. This particular student said
the cooperation of his classmates. for more information and news *"Less Sit-Corns" and "More realism" most role model, parents can give their he cheats on tests fairly often in to this question cited the fact that they must
"I may have done it originally shows, most IHYersrarely watch 1 frequent.
5
I children a means t o rationalize
cheating in the future.
certain classes, mainly because
without thinking." these types of shows. I of pressure for good grades. "It's
December 19,1980 CHIEFTAIN Page 7
p ~ g e8 CHIEFTAIN December 19,1980
movie review

I 1
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on the spot hold chem[cals she has been ex-


Grodin goes two for three posed to. She shrinks until she is
only a few inches tall, which
by Nojh Gipnopt whose Mr. Right is Mr. Wrong, I couldn't hear half of the movie causes quite a few problems for

All I want for Christmas . . . The last three movies I've seen
all have something in common, in
one way or another. First of all,
Michael Douglas, although I don't
think I would have figured it out
otherwise. He plays a baseball
because of all the non-stop laugh-
ing in the theater. Unless you
don't like Neil Simon, you have
everyday life. Without going too
much into plot, the special effects
are marvelous and the laughs are a
they all have Charles Grodin in player who has nothing in com- every reason to rush out to the riot. It drags in one or two parts,
Ward Wells - Have the court them. This is good. Secondly, mon with Jill, so naturally she theater and see this comedic gem but is well worth the wait once
return my driver's license. they are all comedies, or in the falls in love with him. Watching this Christmas. the comedy picks up. Lily is also
Mr. Orndorff - to get my novel case of one, an attempt at come- this movie is equivalent to reading Another great comedy is The in the upcoming 9 To 5, which is
published. Tom Geygan - An all-time dy. First off was a sneak preview a book when you start only look- Incredible Shrinking Woman with expected to be the biggest hit of
armistice. of Seems Like Old Times, shown ing at the words without grasping Lily Tomlin and Charles Grodin. Christmas, but I don't think
Pat Schindler - Enough money to with It's My Turn. Both are Ras- anything that's happening. Even Lily plays a woman who begins Charles Grodin is in that one. Oh,
buy my own clothes so I don't get Bill Castrucci - 2,000 dollar tar productions - produced by the three stars couldn't save this shrinking because of all the houseT well.
the stuff my mom buys me. Pioneer Stereo. Ray Stark. Well, let's get the un- plotless absurdity that fully
pleasantness out of the way first: deserves to be called a flick - a disc review
It's My Turn is one of the low-class word for a lowclass
Dick Diforio - to go with Bob on
his shopping spree.
most dull and student movies ever
made. Avoid it with your life.
It's the kind that makes you
movie.
However, Seems Like Old
Times, Neil Simon's newest
Elvis = quality + quantity
wonder how movies like this get comedy starring Goldie Hawn, by Andy Baron
made when you read about all the Chevy Chase, and Charles Grodin, Few people in rock 'n roll the House." The lyrics are up to
great movies that had significant puts It's My Turn to shame. It is churn out as many songs as Elvis Elvis' standards, but the music
Beth Porter - a week's paid trouble being accepted by a one of Neil Simon's funniest Costello. Even fewer can match doesn't really lend itself' t o his
vacation in 'Hooterville.' studio. Perhaps one of the rea- movies. It involves Chevy, the quality of his songs. Taking unique brand of vocal phrasing.
sons it was made is because of the Goldie's ex-husband, who is Liberties, Costello's newest al- Side two starts with a classic R
three stars - Jill Clayburgh, forced to rob a bank. Goldie and bum, has both quality and and B tune, Van McCoy's "Get-
Michael Douglas, and Charles her husband, Charles, are lawyers quantity. tin' Mighty Crowded." With
Grodin; why they accepted their whose residence is invaded by an Perhaps I should correct my- eighteen tracks on this album, this
roles will be one of the great mys- unexpected guest, namely Chevy. self. Technically, Taking Liber- song is totally appropriate. Then,
Bob Wesselkamper - a shopping Chris Wiech - to be lost in space
the heartfelt humility of "Hoover
spree at Rinks. Dan Reid - Me teries of cinema history. Goldie is sympathetic and tries to ties, is Costello's newest, yet it in-
From the preview I saw of this help Chevy, who is now on the cludes material recorded three Factory," which juxtaposes airy,
a few weeks before, I gathered lam while Charles wants him to years back. Actually, the expla- quirky organ and bass playing
that Jill plays a perfect person get busted and out of their lives. nation is quite simple. Taking with Costello's angst-ridden voice.

NHS inducts 25 iuniors and seniors


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- P Liberties is a collection of mostlv This contradiction works al-
Betty Baby is a new bou- B sides from his singles released in though the bootleg version on
tique in the Left Bank on Britain and some songs not re- 100,000,000 Elvis Costello Fans
I by ~d Piotrowslci Hyde PmA Squme. Om leased at all. It doesn't really Can't Be Wrong is more visceral,
National Honor Society in- first speciality is sweaters- matter, though, because of the and hence better.
ducted seventeen juniors and mzy-wuzzy uvoly one4 eighteen songs . on the album Next, paranoia rears it head
eight seniors in ceremonies con- short and long sleeved cot- (count 'em - eighteen!), only two with the superlative "Tiny Steps"
ducted on November 26. ton ones, flufl5) mft angora bite the big one. Some songs are Sample: "Tiny steps/You almost
Mr. Tom Norman was honored ones, sporty fmfn'sle and feel/Tiny fingers/Almost real/
merely good, others great.
along with the juniors and sen- chssic crewneck ones. All
Debbie Bailey - tall, dark, iors: from the class of 1982, the fabubus sweaters you
Side one kicks in with the Make you work/Or make you
and handsome. propulsive "Clean Money." Then kneel/'Cause you're almost
Andy Bahnfleth, Rod Barr, Mary see in Vogue, Bazaar, Mad- "Girls Talk" comes in with all the human/Beneath that/Human
Brainard, Wini Glaser, Amy
Heinz, Barb Howe, Laurie Keller, !4 -f
emoiselle, Glamour, W and
Cosmopolitan. . .the &r-
ironic twists that typify Costello's heel.") Then, the equally superla-
Diane Kohmescher, Sarah Leon-
ard, Diane McDonald, Michele
Radin, John Ries, Deborah Rozin, /
c
-gestTheselection
second in
halftheof city!
gl, shop is devoted to pants; vel-
the
work. However, Dave Edmund's
version of the song captures the
mood of "Girls Talk" better than
tive "I don't Want to Go to
Chelsea," containing some great
hooks, maintains the momentum.
Elvis' (and certainly better than All of a sudden, though, the
Jay Schloss, Janet Watson, Jeff vet, corduroy, denim, chintz, Linda Ronsb dt's saccarin driving force of "Tiny Steps" and
Wesselkamper and Charles Wood ; - brushed cotton and nvrnvrlt rendition). "I don't Want to Go to Chelsea"
from the class of 1981, Kama and t Silk, oxford Now, two songs into the first is negated with the lame "Doctor
Brockman, John Diamant, Jeff cbth and bpushed cotton. side, Costello and the Attractions Luther's Assistant." But the beat
Pedigo, Beth Porter, Subhadra Retry Baby is qpecirrlizing
I (his backup band with few peers) doesn't stay down for long, due
Raju, Sue Roschke, Susan Savage, in h&h fashdon at reason- start showing off a bit with the to "Sunday's Best," the tight
and Laura Walker. a* pri&?& organ march music of "Talking in rhythms of "Crawling t o the
This year, a non-teacher staff
the Dark," the in-the-gutter U.S.A." and Wednesday Week,"
member, Jeanne Kern, was also
acoustic guitar cutting edge of which lead up to the last song on
inducted into the distinguished
"Radio Sweetheart," the heavy the album, "Ghost Train," a
organization. "I was completely
photo by Rob Z.rch all--meloping bass of "Black and blues-inflected, qubky, hook-
shocked," exclaimed Mrs. Kern,
White World" (a different version laden closer.
"and I was very touched by the
than the one on "Get Happy") When dealing with an album
generosity of the students." This 1980 National Honor Society Inductees: (first row, left t o right) Sue and the supreme bitterness of like Elvis Costello's Taking Liber-
is the first time a secretary has Roschke, Mary Brainard, Debbie Rozen, Diane Kohmescher, Janet Wat-
1 "Big Tears," which contains the ties one realizes the immense
been inducted to the NHS. To son, Laurie Keller, Amy Heinz; (second row, 1. t o I.) Charles Wood, lyric "Big tears mean nothin'/ variety of music that he has re-
Happy Kerr - to be locked
offer thanks,for "how much she Subhadra Raju, Beth Porter, Susan Savage, Kama rock mad, Michele The Left Bank 11-5Mon. thru When you're lyin' in your coffin.'' corded over the years. Taking
in a dark room with Bo
does for the school," the students Radin, Barbie Howe, Diane McDonald; (third row, 1. t o I.) Jeff Pedigo, 321-3999 / in the left Bank There are more, but the only song Liberties affirms that Costello is
chose to bestow on Mrs. Kern this Jay Schloss, Rod Ban, John Ries, Andy Bahnfleth, John Diamant, Jeff
Derek and Cheryl Ladd. that is sub-par on side one is the not just your average myopic rock
special honor. Wesselkamper . countrydrenched "Stranger in 'n roller.
December 19,1980 CHIEFTAIN Page 7
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movie review

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on the spot hold chem[cals she has been ex-


Grodin goes two for three posed to. She shrinks until she is
only a few inches tall, which
by Nojh Gipnopt whose Mr. Right is Mr. Wrong, I couldn't hear half of the movie causes quite a few problems for

All I want for Christmas . . . The last three movies I've seen
all have something in common, in
one way or another. First of all,
Michael Douglas, although I don't
think I would have figured it out
otherwise. He plays a baseball
because of all the non-stop laugh-
ing in the theater. Unless you
don't like Neil Simon, you have
everyday life. Without going too
much into plot, the special effects
are marvelous and the laughs are a
they all have Charles Grodin in player who has nothing in com- every reason to rush out to the riot. It drags in one or two parts,
Ward Wells - Have the court them. This is good. Secondly, mon with Jill, so naturally she theater and see this comedic gem but is well worth the wait once
return my driver's license. they are all comedies, or in the falls in love with him. Watching this Christmas. the comedy picks up. Lily is also
Mr. Orndorff - to get my novel case of one, an attempt at come- this movie is equivalent to reading Another great comedy is The in the upcoming 9 To 5, which is
published. Tom Geygan - An all-time dy. First off was a sneak preview a book when you start only look- Incredible Shrinking Woman with expected to be the biggest hit of
armistice. of Seems Like Old Times, shown ing at the words without grasping Lily Tomlin and Charles Grodin. Christmas, but I don't think
Pat Schindler - Enough money to with It's My Turn. Both are Ras- anything that's happening. Even Lily plays a woman who begins Charles Grodin is in that one. Oh,
buy my own clothes so I don't get Bill Castrucci - 2,000 dollar tar productions - produced by the three stars couldn't save this shrinking because of all the houseT well.
the stuff my mom buys me. Pioneer Stereo. Ray Stark. Well, let's get the un- plotless absurdity that fully
pleasantness out of the way first: deserves to be called a flick - a disc review
It's My Turn is one of the low-class word for a lowclass
Dick Diforio - to go with Bob on
his shopping spree.
most dull and student movies ever
made. Avoid it with your life.
It's the kind that makes you
movie.
However, Seems Like Old
Times, Neil Simon's newest
Elvis = quality + quantity
wonder how movies like this get comedy starring Goldie Hawn, by Andy Baron
made when you read about all the Chevy Chase, and Charles Grodin, Few people in rock 'n roll the House." The lyrics are up to
great movies that had significant puts It's My Turn to shame. It is churn out as many songs as Elvis Elvis' standards, but the music
Beth Porter - a week's paid trouble being accepted by a one of Neil Simon's funniest Costello. Even fewer can match doesn't really lend itself' t o his
vacation in 'Hooterville.' studio. Perhaps one of the rea- movies. It involves Chevy, the quality of his songs. Taking unique brand of vocal phrasing.
sons it was made is because of the Goldie's ex-husband, who is Liberties, Costello's newest al- Side two starts with a classic R
three stars - Jill Clayburgh, forced to rob a bank. Goldie and bum, has both quality and and B tune, Van McCoy's "Get-
Michael Douglas, and Charles her husband, Charles, are lawyers quantity. tin' Mighty Crowded." With
Grodin; why they accepted their whose residence is invaded by an Perhaps I should correct my- eighteen tracks on this album, this
roles will be one of the great mys- unexpected guest, namely Chevy. self. Technically, Taking Liber- song is totally appropriate. Then,
Bob Wesselkamper - a shopping Chris Wiech - to be lost in space
the heartfelt humility of "Hoover
spree at Rinks. Dan Reid - Me teries of cinema history. Goldie is sympathetic and tries to ties, is Costello's newest, yet it in-
From the preview I saw of this help Chevy, who is now on the cludes material recorded three Factory," which juxtaposes airy,
a few weeks before, I gathered lam while Charles wants him to years back. Actually, the expla- quirky organ and bass playing
that Jill plays a perfect person get busted and out of their lives. nation is quite simple. Taking with Costello's angst-ridden voice.

NHS inducts 25 iuniors and seniors


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- P Liberties is a collection of mostlv This contradiction works al-
Betty Baby is a new bou- B sides from his singles released in though the bootleg version on
tique in the Left Bank on Britain and some songs not re- 100,000,000 Elvis Costello Fans
I by ~d Piotrowslci Hyde PmA Squme. Om leased at all. It doesn't really Can't Be Wrong is more visceral,
National Honor Society in- first speciality is sweaters- matter, though, because of the and hence better.
ducted seventeen juniors and mzy-wuzzy uvoly one4 eighteen songs . on the album Next, paranoia rears it head
eight seniors in ceremonies con- short and long sleeved cot- (count 'em - eighteen!), only two with the superlative "Tiny Steps"
ducted on November 26. ton ones, flufl5) mft angora bite the big one. Some songs are Sample: "Tiny steps/You almost
Mr. Tom Norman was honored ones, sporty fmfn'sle and feel/Tiny fingers/Almost real/
merely good, others great.
along with the juniors and sen- chssic crewneck ones. All
Debbie Bailey - tall, dark, iors: from the class of 1982, the fabubus sweaters you
Side one kicks in with the Make you work/Or make you
and handsome. propulsive "Clean Money." Then kneel/'Cause you're almost
Andy Bahnfleth, Rod Barr, Mary see in Vogue, Bazaar, Mad- "Girls Talk" comes in with all the human/Beneath that/Human
Brainard, Wini Glaser, Amy
Heinz, Barb Howe, Laurie Keller, !4 -f
emoiselle, Glamour, W and
Cosmopolitan. . .the &r-
ironic twists that typify Costello's heel.") Then, the equally superla-
Diane Kohmescher, Sarah Leon-
ard, Diane McDonald, Michele
Radin, John Ries, Deborah Rozin, /
c
-gestTheselection
second in
halftheof city!
gl, shop is devoted to pants; vel-
the
work. However, Dave Edmund's
version of the song captures the
mood of "Girls Talk" better than
tive "I don't Want to Go to
Chelsea," containing some great
hooks, maintains the momentum.
Elvis' (and certainly better than All of a sudden, though, the
Jay Schloss, Janet Watson, Jeff vet, corduroy, denim, chintz, Linda Ronsb dt's saccarin driving force of "Tiny Steps" and
Wesselkamper and Charles Wood ; - brushed cotton and nvrnvrlt rendition). "I don't Want to Go to Chelsea"
from the class of 1981, Kama and t Silk, oxford Now, two songs into the first is negated with the lame "Doctor
Brockman, John Diamant, Jeff cbth and bpushed cotton. side, Costello and the Attractions Luther's Assistant." But the beat
Pedigo, Beth Porter, Subhadra Retry Baby is qpecirrlizing
I (his backup band with few peers) doesn't stay down for long, due
Raju, Sue Roschke, Susan Savage, in h&h fashdon at reason- start showing off a bit with the to "Sunday's Best," the tight
and Laura Walker. a* pri&?& organ march music of "Talking in rhythms of "Crawling t o the
This year, a non-teacher staff
the Dark," the in-the-gutter U.S.A." and Wednesday Week,"
member, Jeanne Kern, was also
acoustic guitar cutting edge of which lead up to the last song on
inducted into the distinguished
"Radio Sweetheart," the heavy the album, "Ghost Train," a
organization. "I was completely
photo by Rob Z.rch all--meloping bass of "Black and blues-inflected, qubky, hook-
shocked," exclaimed Mrs. Kern,
White World" (a different version laden closer.
"and I was very touched by the
than the one on "Get Happy") When dealing with an album
generosity of the students." This 1980 National Honor Society Inductees: (first row, left t o right) Sue and the supreme bitterness of like Elvis Costello's Taking Liber-
is the first time a secretary has Roschke, Mary Brainard, Debbie Rozen, Diane Kohmescher, Janet Wat-
1 "Big Tears," which contains the ties one realizes the immense
been inducted to the NHS. To son, Laurie Keller, Amy Heinz; (second row, 1. t o I.) Charles Wood, lyric "Big tears mean nothin'/ variety of music that he has re-
Happy Kerr - to be locked
offer thanks,for "how much she Subhadra Raju, Beth Porter, Susan Savage, Kama rock mad, Michele The Left Bank 11-5Mon. thru When you're lyin' in your coffin.'' corded over the years. Taking
in a dark room with Bo
does for the school," the students Radin, Barbie Howe, Diane McDonald; (third row, 1. t o I.) Jeff Pedigo, 321-3999 / in the left Bank There are more, but the only song Liberties affirms that Costello is
chose to bestow on Mrs. Kern this Jay Schloss, Rod Ban, John Ries, Andy Bahnfleth, John Diamant, Jeff
Derek and Cheryl Ladd. that is sub-par on side one is the not just your average myopic rock
special honor. Wesselkamper . countrydrenched "Stranger in 'n roller.
December 19,1980 CHIEFTAlN Page 5
Page 8 CHIEFTAIN December 19,1980 I'm satisfied with it but.. ."
Originally, he began cheating
COLISEUM
/Hers favor M *A *S *H and NBC Grade pressure causes heating
because he didn't have time to
continued from page 1 study, but he is no longer as
with a resolution demanding involved as he was, and he seems
equal enforcement of the law, Similarly, pressure is often found to make a difference. . .I'll t o have developed a habit. "I
Perhaps the most intruguing as- habits. Possibly, the sociologists by John Ries
fvhich he then submitted to city by John Lilly have to know the material for guess now I'm just lazy."
pect of the survey's findings is the are correct in thinking of the tele- In a recent Chieftain survey, most noticeable from the home.
council for approval. Mann was Although Indian Hill students It is surely not a reason for exams anyway, so until then I "Everybody thinks I cheat a
seeming contradictions in much vision as a great evil. On the a majority of Indian Hill teachers
amazed when the initial proposal are outwardly hostile towards net- responded that there is a cheating cheating, but it could be con- might as well get the best grades lot more than I actually do," he
of the data. The fact that most of other hand, it may only be, as
was rejected on a 5 4 decision. work television, they somehow problem at Indian Hill. One com- sidered a primary cause. "It possible ." commented, and indeed, he is not
of' the negative comments about movies, radio, and reading have all
Why the refusal? With a trace of find time t o watch one and a half mented that just a single case would be nice if kids could tell He feels the most pressure the chronic cheater trying t o beat
television do not agree with the been in the past, another of man's
disgust in his voice, Mayor Mann hours of TV daily. In a Journal- constitutes a problem, but some from his parents. "They com- the system. "1 only cheat in the
large amount of time spent watch- escape mechnisms. their parents to 'bug off; let me
explained that the council ism I survey during the month of may see it happen every day, and do my own thing,' but that's plain when I get a B in physics.
thought they "shouldn't get into November, IH students gave sug- ing TV. Public sentiment has long With the average Indian Hill see CHEATING, page 8
been directed against television, High School family owning 2.85 for all their efforts to stop it, almost impossible," commented
it," that it was a matter best left gestions of ways to improve tele- cheating persists.
and that could explain the appar- TV sets, there is a little chance of Dr. Rodgers.
for the police to deal with. vision ranging from the rational to Why do students cheat?
ent embarrassment felt by many the medium's fading out, so there Dr. Rodgers feels that pressure
Eater, the council considered the incensed ("Shoot the boob "People get away with it, and
students toward their viewing will probably be ample time t o re- from home is indeed stronger
the proposal again and agreed to tube" being a prime example). they get better grades that the
search it in the future. at Indian Hill than elsewhere.
pass it, provided that a paragraph Yet Indian Hill students seem to
people who study," commented 'The parents tend to be success-
be added asserting that the coun- have a love-hate relationship with senior Rick Ruskin. Dave John- In order to clarify the point of view of the
ful, not only financially, but in
cil had no desire to control or their television sets. The average
regulate police action. In effect, student watches one and a half
son feels the problem stems from many other ways. Whether teachers toward cheating, Chieftain distributed
pressure for good grades. 'The implied or not, the pressure to
said Wardheimer, city council ac- hours of television a day, and he surveys to all high school teachers. The results are
cepted the bill as a "sentiment," a
"moral obligation," rather than a
rates the overall quality of the
programs he watches as 2.95 on a
TV SURVEY students are victimized by their
classes; more so here than any
live up to one's parents achieve-
ments is very great."
other school I've seen. There's Whether or not cheating raises
call for direct action. "I was will- scale of 1 to 5.
too much emphasis on grades." the grades on individual tests, it 1. Do you think Indian Hill High School has
ing to sacrifice that much to get Strangely enough, seniors enjoy
According to school psychol- catches up to the student in the
the resolution passed," said Mann. network programming more than a cheating problem?
According t o Mann, "We had any other class. While many peo- 1. In total, how many televisions does your family ogist Dr. Barb Rodgers, there are long run, according to Dr. Rod-
three types of cheaters. There is gers. She doesn't think it hurts
two choices in enforcing the law ple thought television too child- own? average 2.85 the student who cheats in order one's morality or causes guilt so
equally-we could either crack ish, the seniors rated national tele-
vision at 4, and the freshman to beat the system. He may be much as it leads to bad habits.
down on tailgating parties at
"They lose to some degree their 2. If you think there is a cheating problem,
football games as well as at rock rated it at 2.3. 2. Do you watch television regularly? very intelligent, potentially an
No - 50% excellent student, but he doesn't ability to memorize and concen- why do you feel this way?
concerts, or we could opt for not One topic upon which most Yes - 50% care about grades as much as he trate, and they get used to taking
hassling anyone." The sharp de- agreed, however, was the favorite
cline in alcohol-related arrests at
the Coliseum shows that the latter
route was taken and that police
l% show. "M*A*S*Hn out-
scored its opponents by a gigantic
margin, getting almost four times
1I3. HOWmuch time do YOU spend watching TV each
day? average 1?hhours
I
I
values the triumph of breaking
the rules. This type of person is
likely to be amoral, that is,
the easy way out."
Most students who make a
habit of cheating are eventually
Most teachers feel that seeing cheating or
hearing students talk about it is indication
without any standards, and as caught, but by the time they are of a "problem." One teacher feels that "all
seem t o be cooperating with the the vote of the second most popu- 1 I such, without any qualms what- in high school, being caught will
plan. lar show, "Soap." And schools" have a cheating problem. Reasons
Is the plan working? "That's "M* A* S* H" received no 4. What type(s) of programs do you watch regular- soever about cheating. probably have very little effect.
Then there is the student who "It depends on the impact of cited for the cheating included poor study
my impression," observed Mann. "worst" votes, while "Soap" was ly ?
"I'm satisfied with the way things in the running for dubious top *Entertainment most often watched (66% of IH
finds himself under a great deal being caught the first time," said habits and pressure from home.
of pressure. He studies and works Dr. Rodgers. "If the student is
are going now." honors in that contest.
students watch these shows) hard, but his grades are simply young and impressionable, he has
No one program can take credit 3. Have you ever caught anyone cheating?
not what he feels he deserves or a good chance of being scared out
CHEATING
continued from page 5 '
for being the absolute worst cur-
rently running network show. II5. What is your favorite news show?
*channel 5 was the favorite for both local and I
what his parents expect. Thus he
resorts to cheating. Also, there
of further cheating." On the
toher hand, older students who
classes that give me a lot of troub-
le." As an example, he said he
That distinction be shared
by three shows, "Dallas," 'The
Dukes of Hazard," and 'The Mis-
I national news. I
is the student who finds it easier
to cheat than to study; in a word,
lazy. These two types are probab-
have formed havits are less likely
to be influenced.
Although only one teacher polled had not
caught anyone cheating, he or she admitted
I I
occasionally scribbles a formula adventures of Sheriff Lobo." Much also depends on the
on his desk or writes a "cheat
Each received one-tenth of the 6. On a scale of 1 (lowest) to 5, how would you
ly the most common, and they teacher, according to Dr. Rodgers. having "strong suspicions."
feel some sort of guilt, perhaps a If he attaches little or no import-

I
sheet," since he doesn't believe he vote, so no top dog may be pro-
should have to memorize them claimed.
rate television in general? great deal, perhaps not. In either ance to a student's cheating, the
all. "It's really just a backup, and Local - average 2.7 National - average 3.2 case, each feels the need t o hide student will do the same, but if 4. If you caught someone cheating, how did
Another significant statistic is
sometimes' just having written the apparent dislike of local pro- I such feelings and put forth an the teacher "makes a big deal out you deal with this person(s)?
then down helps me remember gramming as compared to net- image, to "be cool." of it, " perhaps informing the
them." Thus far, he has never -work fare. Only the freshman
7. What currently running program do you like "The only way t o curb cheat- students parents, the situation
been caught. "I'm too careful," best? ing is to start in the home envir- could have a very great effect on Almost all teachers agreed t o give the cheat-
class thought local shows better
he claims. than those produced by the net- "M*A*S*HWhandsdown onment," said Dr. Rodgers. the student. It helps if the ing student a zero or failing grade. They also
He also claims that cheating works, and that preference was Schools naturally have a difficult student respects the teacher. "If often counsel the student and/or notify the
doesn't bother him morally at all, only by a slim margin. One rea- time controlling cheating, since handled inappropriately, it could
though it would depend on the son for this is probably the fact 8. What currently running program do you like most behavioral patterms and conceivably increase the prob-
extent of the cheating. "Copy- that IH students watch, for the least? habits, such as those which lead lem."

I I
ing a term paper or walking in to cheating, are preestablished Not too lond ago, a student
with full page of notes up your
most part, entertainment pro- Tie : cbDallas," "Dukes of Hazard ," "Sheriff long before a student enters high half-jokingly said, "I wouldn't
grams, and the main products of
sleeve is different." Thus, any local stations are news and Lobo ." school. "Children are affected by have made it into NHS without
cheating he does is limited to re-runs, I I very subtle things in the home. cheating." This statement may or
copying answers t o objective type Of those who do watch news They might notice little inconsis- may not be true, but cheating is
9. What suggestions do you have to improve the tencies in their parents actions." a common phenomenon at Indian
questions during tests, and he regularly, most watch channel 5 Some of the teachers who answered yes
usually has no problem obtaining and NBC. Although many asked
overall quality of television? Thus, by not presenting a good Hill. This particular student said
the cooperation of his classmates. for more information and news *"Less Sit-Corns" and "More realism" most role model, parents can give their he cheats on tests fairly often in to this question cited the fact that they must
"I may have done it originally shows, most IHYersrarely watch 1 frequent.
5
I children a means t o rationalize
cheating in the future.
certain classes, mainly because
without thinking." these types of shows. I of pressure for good grades. "It's
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from the sidelines
SG projects deemed successfuI BacigoIupo t o make few Holiday season brings
by Chris Schmalz food drive once again was "very
The third annual Elf Auction
was held last Tuesday in order to
successful" rasing more than $180,
in canned goods and money. The changes in MoeIIer's style gifts a n d predictions
raise money for the Beech Acres raised goods and money goes to
Orphanage, the Neediest Kids of Oxfam, a group organized to help by Richard Stndling .
by Kurt Dusterberg hundred percent accuracy, but.
All, and the Salvation Army. feed third world countries. Monday, December 15 marked cline of Moeller football. Baci- and Richard Stradling you never know.
The 613 dollars raised will be "We have eight huge boxes full the beginning of Moeller High galupo denounces these rumors It's that time of year again,
donated equally to the three of canned goods and a substan- School's winter football program. by saying that within the program time for gift giving and receiving. 1. Zip Rzeppa will ger fued for
charities. cia1 amount of money to send," S&cely four weeks after its sek- there is not intention of decline. In making out this year's list to falling out of his chair while
Robin Greiner raised the most commented . Kama Brockmann, son ended, Moeller's football ma- "People will have to tell us what singing the Houston Oiler's
Santa, you must- not forget
money of all elves, selling. for SG service committee chairper- chine started up again, demon- decline is," he beamed. 'We will theme song.
the various sports needs around
$50. The bidding for this elf son. strating the size and strength the let the results speak for them- 2. The New Orleans Saints will
the area. In case you did forget,
went up rapidly but at the $30
mark it became a duel between
All homerooms from the four
different classes competed for the
program carries. Wednesday, selves." we have prepared a list that can m another football game -
December 3, that program under- Bacigalupo has been at Moeller be sent in time for Santa's annual just one.
Peter Graham and the eventual highest number of cans and went some changes as thirty-five as a coach for thirteen years, the trip. 3. Howard Cosell will lose his
winner Sandy Geier. money, each winning homeroom year-old Ted Bacigalupo was hired last four working with the varsity voice bringing our the largest
Brad Taylor was constantly receiving doughnuts for each as head coach replacing Gerry linebackers. "I feel I was chosen crowd in New Yok City
1. An MIL and NBA fran-
bidding "5 dolla" but was upset person. Faust. as head coach because of my chise and fans to support since the Victory Parade of
when he did not get an elf. "It Miss Selzer's sophomore Bacigalupo (pronounced bot- knowledge of the program," he 1945.
them.
was an American Capitalist plot," homeroom raised the most points ^ v * x - F
cheega-loop-oh) says fans can ex- said, "both on offense and de- 2. 7'4" Virginia center Ralph 4. Ralph Staub, former UC
commented Brad. of all cultivating 763 points. Mr. pect few changes in the basics of fense." Sampson for the Bearcats. football coach, will be hired
The Siamese elves of Kevin Schneider's homeroom collected the program but that there will be The Xavier University gradu- 3. New knees for Johnny at Bracken County High
Egan and John Brophy sold for the most points for the freshman, by Rob Zesch changes in the football staff. ate played three years of varsity Bench. School as an assistant coach.
$30, and a prized Mr. Garwood Mr. Noble's homeroom for the These changes are, as of yet, un- footbali and baseball at Newport 4. Competent food vendors 5. BiUy Martin, George Stein-
brought in $23. juniors, and Mr. Nellis' homeroom decided. Catholic High School. He came for Riverfront Stadium and brener and Reggie Jackson
The elves perform their ser- for the seniors. There are a few critics that say to Moeller directly from college. digestable food to go along (who was named after a can-
vices today, some of which should "I'd like to thank all those 4 that Faust's leaving marks the de- with them. dy bar) will quit their re*
include carrying books and people who participated and
Students iudge foreign 5. A football conference for pective jobs to produce the
singing carols.
The SG Thanksgiving charity
made the project very successful,"
said Kama. languages necessary
Final second free throw UC composed of equally
poor teams such as the
most controversial broadcast
team, ever.
1. How many years of a foreign language or langu- nets win for JV Sauaws University
Idaho.
of Eastern 6. Ted Turner will be caught
bringing illegal Cuban ball-
ages have you taken? 6. ~ e d r b Borbon
- -- so he can players from Cuba to Florida
A foul-shot by Holly Rodes
None-6% 1 - 1 0 % 2 - 2 6 % 3 - 2 8 % 4 - 3 0 % with one second remaining in the
put the "bite" back into for transport to Atlanta on
game enabled the Indian Hill JV
the Reds. his yacht ''Courageous. "
Girls' Basketball team to squeak 7. Four clones of Anthony 7. Muhammed Ali will play
2. What language or languages have you studied? Munoz for the Bengals. Apollo Creed in Rocky 111.
by Loveland, 22-21, Wednesday,
Spanish - 40% French - 45% December 17. Rodes was fouled 8. A defensive lineman-proof 8. Fran Tarketon will sustain a
Latin - 7% German - 10% vest for Ken Anderson's a broken leg after being
with the score tied at 21 apiece sacked by a 900 pound goril-
and the Squaws in the bonus situ- always sore ribs.
9. Cunent pictures for Chan- la on the set of 'That's In-
ation. Captain Karen Kreis led all
3. Would you like to see more different languages Squaws' scoring with eleven. nel 9's sportcast to replace credible."
Can you guess what this is? 9. Scientists will find a cure for
taught at Indian Hill such as Russian and Greek? Fine defensive play in the the ones from the late six-
indigestition, mmmonly r e
Yes - 44% No - 56% second quarter boosted the ties currently in use.
10.A big-time wrestlinglslam ferred to as Roberto D u d
Squaws to a 21-14 victory over disease, a sickness that in-
Marian, Monday, December 12. dunk franchise.
4. Should Latin be a required course as it is in some After Christmas Day, the world flicts many American ath-
The defense held Marian without letes every year.
schools? a point while the offense added sets it sights on the New Year.
Yes - 20% No - 80% nine to end the first half at 15-4.
-
&# e
*L-
4."r'*-- -
Although it is a bit early, we have 10.Forrest Gregg will be run
down by a Toyata while
Teresa Buchman had seven points come up with some things to ex-
5. Where would you like to see more emphasis to lead the JV.
Photo by Rob Zerch pect for the new year in the world taping a commercial for
placed in your foreign language education? Hdly Rodes sets up the IV of sports. We do not promise one Datsun.
The JV was beaten by a
Verbal - 37% Written - 15% Reading - 18% powerful Madeira team, 40-16, Squaws' offense.
Thursday, December 11. Holly
History - 10% Culture - 19%
Kane to lead JV wrestling squad
Rodes led the Squaws' scoring
with eight.
6. How would you describe the knowledgeability of Rodes scored 11 of the JV's
the foreign language teachers? 15 points as they lost a defensive by Chad Smith
battle, 19-15, to Deer Park, The Indian Hill Varsity Wrest- son under new coach Ty Kane. wrestling.
Excellent - 24% Good - 48% Thursday, December 4. ling team frnished last in the Coach Kane, who was a wrestler All of the JV meets are
Fair - 20% Poor - 10% The JV Squaws squandered a Sycarnore Quadrangular, Thurs- himself, has done a fine job in scrimages except for the Purcell
14-14 tie at the half to lose to day, December 11. Glen Este and coaching the team according to its Invitational and the EHL Tour-
Milford, 34-25, Tuesday, Decem- Lovehnd also participated. The members. nament, which take place in late
7. Do you feel a foreign language education is neces- ber 2. Holly Rodes led the squad squeaked by Taylor, 36-14, The squad needs a larger group January and early February.
sary? Squaws' scoring w@ nine and Friday, December 5. of wrestlers in order to fiu all the There will be six scrimmages this
Yes - 67% No - 33% Karen Kreis followed closely with
I eight.
The Indian Hill Reserve Wrest-
ling team is looking for a fine sea-
weight classes. Also, most of the
wrestlers are in their frrst year of
season.
December 19,1980 CHIEFTAIN Page 10 December 19,1980

Hern points to persona/ reasons as Aqua-squaws Every year when the holiday season comes around,
win tri-meet over
we are deluged with television holiday specials ranging
cause of retirement from coaching Madeira, Mercy from cartoons to "An Opryland Christmas." We are
also subjected to what seems like a million commer-
by Kama Brockmann
by Kurt Dusterberg Hern pointed to a "renewal of The Indian Hill Aqua-Squaws
cials for gifts to help celebrate the holidays. The ques-
The Indian Hill football pro- tradition and dedication by the with 98 points blasted Madeira, tion arises, have Christmas and Chanukah become too
gram fell into a deeper hole when players" as part of the way the 59, and squeaked by Mother of commercialized? Is the spirit of Christmas being
Cliff Hern announced his retire- football program could back on Mercy, 95, in their first tri-meet wrapped up in a cardboard box with shiny silver paper
ment as head coach of the varsity its feet again. of the season Wednesday, Decem-
and yards of red ribbon?
T k C h i * i s \ M i ~ ~ Typesettgs rnrndfd,
football team. The official an-
nouncement was made at a Board
"We need a strong off-season
weight program," he explained.
ber 16. The Squaws won the
medley relay as well as four indi- To some people the meaning of Christmas or
~ ~ d s d d a s a nEllen -7 um m
of Education meeting December All the good teams have one. extrwmidar act+&y ky t k mw@= M r n
3. Football takes year-round dedica-
vidual events. Diane Remmell Chanukah may be only to receive gifts. Their main s t u & m t S o f I n d i a n r n ~ Artists R&MwMl,Beth
won the 200 individual medley

I
Just weeks before, Jim Stacey tion. We just don't have enough." the 100 backstroke, while
chore for December is to flip through the Talbot's school,6&45n-akewm ~ a n s t y ~ 0 6 ~ ' 7 9
quit his post as head J V coach, The 198O for was J errny Gardner won the 50 free- catalogue or take a trip to Kenwood to get ideas for an nati, Chi0 45243. almim kJchn!xm,
which leaves the athletic depart- very discouraging. During his
days at Indian Hill, the team had
style, and Julie Reis won the 100 elaborate list of gifts which they plan to find under the spaw vJhrnKhraid
ment looking for two coaches to .-.
a winning tradition and good sea-
frppptVlp
A*--.,.,
tree Christmas morning. Editm Joan
~~d~Onret GAdfarb Firam, Jdm T e M.

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fill the positions.
The Aqua-Squaws suffered
Hern, who compiled an 18-28- sons. In 1962, Hern scored 121
their first loss last Friday night in
To an extent, we are all guilty of this attitude. At sm strider, LisaI-bhmq
4 record in five years at Indian points alone. This season, the en- times we become overly concerned with ourselves -
a Tri-meet against Talawanda and Mima@ngEIs. R & W Jahn Liny, Ed ,-iP
Hill,said his reasons for stepping photo by Rob Zesch tire offense managed just 48
down were personal, and he felt it Cliff Hern points.
Mariemont High Schools. Marie- how WE feel, what WE want. What is important, Ths;;lun, Ann Ehid.1EIferid.1 Jahn Ries, &a, Chris
mont won the meet with 95
simply was time for a change. Hern will continue to teach at though, is the degree to which we carry this selfishness. m E d s. BobaaK3ndel
"I didn't want to make just started evaluating how the whole Indian Hill and be the head coach
points, followed by Talawanda Snralz,mBBrrm,-
with 83, and finally Indian Hill The holidays were initiated as a celebration of reli- Jay Jdekll Wcs -,wmebt
emotional decision," Hern said. situation was effecting me." of the junior high track team, but
"It was a progressive one. I Hern's decision causes the he left the door open for the fu-
with 68. Although the Aqua- gion, and to most this religious feeling remains a part FkdmsEd. Rod-Batr
Squaws lost, individual wins were 7
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of the celebration. To many others, though, the

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wanted to evaluate where the athletic department to start hunt- ture.
scored by Julie Ries in the 500 spcsts=- C l d c m a-lad Srrith, J& Ncrhals,

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Indian Hill football program was ing for a new coach. Presently, "If the right situation comes meaning of the holidays transcends the religious
going." there are eight applicants for the up, yes, I'd get back into football.
Freestyle and Jenny Gardner in
the 100 Breastroke. significance. Christmas and Chanukah provide for
Stradlttlg, I W Kiingle w

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"I first stated giving it serious job, and at least one is a member It would have to be a job I want
The Indian Hill Aqua-Braves
asterberg Wm-qTed Mller
thought after the Deer Park game of Indian Hill's staff, according to and one I could grow into." them an opportunity to show their love and concern A4igm.mEd. J.Ml%tiv@ MalM hRaju,
when we lost, 7-0. That's when I athletic director Carol Wehmann. and Aqua-Squaws won their first
meet against Cincinnati Country
for those around them. These people think less about Ries ChrisSdnrralz,J&m,
Day, Monday, November 24. themselves and concentrate on attempts to spread J?bcbdi(311- ITZane r\Bncy a d f *
Deer Park, Milford fall to B-ball Squaws Indian Hill won by a narrow
margin of 150-144.
happiness among their friends and family.
The giving attitude, which intensifies in the holiday
Jhlcer m
Mstletce0.eeno
Ik.w=
The Aqua-Squaws were the
by Renee Graham stronger of the two teams, win- season, has expanded to all twelve months at Indian
and Mandy Griesdorn
Despite the defensive efforts
ning individually, 99-48, over
Country Day. The Squaws won
Hill over the past few years. Concerned students,
teachers, administrators and community members have -m
of Lisa Goldsmith and high scar- both relays and all but three indi- C k a h t i m Johnvixen
~
ing of Melissa Pope with 14 joined together to develop programs exemplifying their
vidual events. Diane Remmel (lxktim, E d m P T -
points, the Squaws suffered a loss won both the 100 backstroke and concerns for others.
to Marian, 45-37, last Friday, ski
December 14.
the 50 freestyle for the Squaws, The Peer Counseling Program is just one example of
while Laura Walker, Shelly Laban - projects undertaken by unselfish students and faculty
Maura A'Hearn had an out- and Susan Kelso won the 100
standing scoring and rebounding free, 100 fly, and 100 breast- to reach out to others. Student Government has also
game, sinking a game-high 18 stroke respectively . Stacey Laban done its part by sponsoring weekly orphanage visits. loss of a fellow human being, a
points. The Squaws also received BEATLES great artist, a charming cynic, a
won Girls' Diving for the Squaws. NOW it is our turn to reach out and exhibit the
help from Lisa Goldsmith, Many The Aqua-Braves lacked depth continued
--.. from page 2 man who loved his wife and son.
Griesdorn, Betsy Esterly and in their try for a win against Christmas spirit. Acquiring a "give to" attitude gBng. Millions of be&e have Selfishly, I grieve in the loss I feel
Mary Brainard.
The Lady Braves saw their
Country Day, dropping a 96-51 doesn't mean that vou must join some tvpe - of volun-
.L
been stunned by this act. We can knowing that my dream, a s well

record drop to 2-2, 2-1 in the


loss to Country Day. The loss teer organization - it only implies forgetting about only wonder if Lennon was about
to enter a period of aeativity
as that of millions of others, of
overshadowed the fine perform- seeing the SeatIes together just
EHL, when they lost to Madeira, ances of Frederik Lyon in the 500 yourself and taking an interest in those around you. ilar t o that which sustained us one more time will never b e re-
56-48, Thursday, December 11. ' alized.
Senior Cris Cucinotta put on a Photo by Rob Zesch
freestyle and Marc Aldendifer in The holiday season generates a feeling of camara- dU"ng the sixties-
the 100 breaststroke, each win- So what have we learned from Now that Lennon is gone we
good offensive show by scoring Cris Cucinotta gets inside for a shot as Maura AYHearnand Melissa Pope ning their event. _ _
derie and There is no better time than the this? That we need stricter laws wa have t o console ourselves
15 points as the game's high wait for the rebound. Yuletide festivities to reach out to your friends and concerning hand guns? That pub- with those things he has left us,
scorer. Indian Hill had a break lic figures are no longer safe in
early in the fourth quarter when The Basketball Squaws con- In the final seconds, the
your family, and that will be some consolation
opened their 1980-81 season with our society? That all men are indeed, for no assasin will ever b e
Madeira's Pam Mack fouled out tinued their winning ways, clob- Squaws led, 38-36, and were in a 40-36 victory at Milford Tues- mortals? Or perhaps mast omi- able t o destroy the thoughts,
with five minutes left. bering Deer Park, 48-13, Thurs- possession, shooting one-and-one. day, December 2. nous of all - that we are gradual- melodies and memories John
Coach Pfimann is working on day, December 4. The free throw attempt failed, The Squaws were ahead in the3 ly becoming desensitized as a re- Lennon created and gave t o us.
a rotating starting line up this sea- The Squaws took a comman- but Melissa Pope grabbed the re- fist half by as much as 16 points,i sult of the constant violence that Out of all the agony and frusta-
son with three of the five starters ding lead into halftime. Melissa bound and put it in to preserve but the Eagles made a comeback surrounds us? Maybe some or all tion of his death, this is at least
competing for a position each Pope and Maura A'Hearn led the the victory. shortly after halftime t o even th-e of these things are true. encouraging and exhilarating
game. scoring for Indian Hill. The girls' basketball team score. Personally, I grieve for the thought-
December 19,1980 CHIEFTAIN Page 11
teacher f e a t w e
Liz Laichas
lays off the checkbook
by Rtck Ruskin When she's not at school or
One of the more recent addi- worrying about strikes and spares,
tions to the IH teaching staff, is Mrs. Laichas spends the majority
Liz Laichas. Mrs. Laichas first of her free time with her two
came t o Indian Hill as a substitute children, Josh and Sarah (Little
in the math department in 1979, Fluffy).
and has been under full contract The Christmas Holiday is one
for the past two years. of Mrs. Laichas' favorite times to
"I like it here," stated Mrs. be with her children. One reason
Laichas, fondly called "Fluffy" is that she and her husband Bill
by her students. 'The teachers get to try all the games. It's not
are friendly, and the kids are a lot unusual when the Laichas child-
friendlier than when we were in ren have gone to bed, for Liz and
high school." Bill to play a few exciting rounds
Mrs. Laichas has also taught at of "Hungry, Hungry Hippos," or L8k.a~ insbuct~her chss on the mathematical probablities of win-
Anderson Junior High and to hear the "Star Wars" theme ning "Hungry, H u m Hippo&"
Northwest High School. Here at
IH she teaches Math 111, Ad-
echoing through their Hyde Park
hallways.
she said, revealing that next year
she "might just try running."
SG to SPO nsor
vanced Math and Geometry. When not spending time with Basically, Liz Laichas is a dy-
Unlike the popular stereotype
of math teachers, Mrs. Laichas
her kids, Mrs. laichas likes to ex-
tend herself in a number of activ-
namic person. "I like to do things
and do them well," she relayed.
' Pow erp 1ay' for"
does not enjoy the basic counting ities. She enjoys needlework and "I would like to do something We all know that the period
activities which are so very impor- racquetball but for the past two important with my life; make a following Christmas break is often
tant in today's society. "I never years Mrs. Laichas has had her small mark on society." pretty dreary. However, Student
touch a checkbook," she revealed, "Y-fads." Last year it was nauti- "Most of all," she stated, "I'd Government has several activities
"and I don't like to keep score at lus at the Blue Ash YMCA and like to have my kids grow up to planned for that time slot which
card games. Although, I don't this year it's aerobic dancing. be nice. Nowadays, it's hard to can hopefully lend some relief to
mind keeping bowling scores." "It's fun and I really enjoy it," keep them on the right track." the lives of I.H. students.
On January 28, the Forum
Committee will sponsor its second
forum of the school year. The
first forum was the showing of
"Hooper", a definite success. This

PEND TWO time, a rock concert, featuring the


band Powerplay, is the scheduled
event. Powerplay is a well-known
IN THE ARMY area band that has played at
places such as Bogart's, so we ex-

AND GET $15,200 ets


pectwill
a belively
$1 apiece
performance.
and theTick-
cceds will be usec! to buy ne-
pro-

FOR COLLEGE when you join the Army. You contribute between $25
cessary and updated equipment
for the Tech Crew.
The first week of February
P.r No. 2 Ym. and $100 of your pay each month. The government
will bring Winter Homecoming,
You 8svu: $1Qo $ 2,400 then matches your savings two-for-one.
In two years, if you save the maximum, you'll have sponsored by the senior class.
CMw'LAddr2lorl: $200 $ 4,000 Another "Pep Week", similar to
$2,400 of your own money plus $4,800 in govern-
Totrk $300 $7,200 ment matching funds. Total: $7.200. that prior to Fall Homecoming, is
m y Adbon: $ 8,000 Then, for enlisting in one of many selected A n y scheduled and should breathe
specialties, the Army will add $8,000 more to your
ToOll lkmlltr $15,200' some spirit into the students of
fund.
'Bamd on maximum partkipatlon. Only the A n y ghres you all this. And our Delayed I.H. Once again, the week will
Entry Program allows high school eenlors to quallfy culminate with a full-period pep
Bright hlgh school graduattw needed for the more now and report after graduation. rally, sponsored by the Activity
technical Army of the 60's can save more for college And, when you're ready for school, you'll take Committee. The dance itself is
with the A n f s new add-on to the Veterans' Edu- what the 0.1. Bill generation took into their college
tentatively scheduled to be held
cational Assistance Program. classrooms in addition to financial amistance: the
In just two years in the A n y you could accumu- experience to know how to succeed and to get what at Livingston Lodge, a welcomed
late an education fund worth .asmuch as $15,200. you need from higher education. change, although plans have not
It works like this: To find out more about how the A n y can help been finalized. No matter where
If you're a high school graduate and meet our oth- you afford college, contact your local Army R e the dance is held, the time is here
er eligibility requirements. you enroll in the program cruiter who's listed below.
to start considering dates. For

ONLY IN THE ARMY BENTON G. LOONEY


now, however, I would just like to
wish everyone a Merry Christmas
Sagmnt First Gloss US. Anny Recluitar and a Happy New Year.
Gold Cirde M.u & HiepI1.nd Avenues
-ti,Ohb 45213
Office Phone (513) 7 3 1 4 0 0 Sandy Geier
NOTE: This is a limited offer, not available everywhere. S.G. Vice-President
Page 12 CHIEFTAIN December 19,1980

'Berserk' Braves romp t o six straight


by Chris Schmalz ing a 15-0 lead over the Mustangs. Davis sunk 10 points each. The JV Basketball Braves
"GO berserk," was Coach Madeira's 6'0" sophomore Jeff The Braves played well upped their record to 1-1 by de-
West's fourth quarter advice to Homer, who led all scoring with through the first and second quar- feating the Finneytown Wildcats,
the JV Braves, who were slightly 23 points, rallied Madeira to with- ters and were up by ten at the 59-58, in overtime.
ahead of the visiting Turpin in one point, 29-28, at the half. half, 32-22. Dave Davis played well, scor-
Spartans. West's advice obviously In the third quarter the Braves Todd Goldman commented, ing 14 points and pulling down ,
had its positive effects, as the began to pick up a fast tempo and "We had a good half-time talk nine rebounds. Dave Havlovic
Braves pulled out their sixth slowly began pulling away, 51-46. from Coach West, which inspired had 14 points, and Jay Kohls
straight win, 67-60. "Either team could have won, us to better play." Coach West's added 1 0 to bolster the Braves'
Jim Morgan was a powerful but we played better defense and half-time talk obviously had a scoring attack.
force in last Tuesday night's had better offensive execution in positive effect, as the Braves kept The Braves jumped t o an early
game, as he scored his season high the fourth quarter," commented adding to their lead, making the lead in the first quarter, domi- '
21 points while also bringing Coach West. third quarter score 48-33. hating Finneytown, 20-10. The
down seven rebounds. Dave Davis, who had 14 points "We had a real super job from Wildcats battled back to close the '

'
I
The Braves trailed the Spar-
tans, 6-4, early in the first quarter
1 when Turpin's 6'4" sophomore
and 4 rebounds, shot 83% from
the field to bolster the Braves'
play in the fourth quarter.
the whole team, not to mention
the four guys in double figures,"
said Coach West.
gap to six at the half, led by
Finneytown's Bryan Buddy's
game high 21 points.
1 John Kushner started swishing Another substantial reason for "We were way ahead at one
base line jumpers to up Turpin's the Braves' victory was their 70% time and should have put the
lead to a romping 12-4. But the field shooting success, compared game away," said Dave Havlovic.
Braves battled back with help to Madeira's 47%. The Braves could not add t o their
from Dave Davis, who had four- lead in the third quarter and
teen points and seven rebounds. "We out hustled them," was Finneytown played tough,
Jim Morgan and Jim Arnold Todd Goldman's reply as to why the score 4540, going into the
helped bring the first quarter final the JV Braves beat Forest Park by final quarter.
to 14-12 in Turpin's favor. 20 points. THe Braves improved Finneytown tied the Braves,
Arnold, who had 15 points, their tecord to 4-1 with a 66-46 54-54, in the closing minutes t o
sparked the Braves to their first win over the visisting Chargers, send the game into overtime. Jim
lead as they took control, 24-17, Saturday, December 6. Morgan led the Braves t o an over-
early in the second quarter. Mid- "Again we had four guys in time victory with four points, and
way through the second quarter double figures, and a good hard Dave Havlovic added one to make
Jeff Smith bumped into a Spartan defensive press," commented the final score 59-58.
player and was charged with a Coach West. "It felt good to win in over-
foul. His momentum forced him Dave Havlovic, who suffered a time and show that our team can
to complete the pass he was twisted ankle in the third quarter, play with courage on an away
making after the whistle blew. lead all scoring with 17 points, court," said Coach West.
The referee felt that Smith was and snatched five rebounds. Jim
delaying the game by not giving Morgan controlled the boards
the ball to him and issued Smith a with ten rebounds, while also hit- photo by Rob Zesch
technical foul. Fortunately, ting fifteen points. Jeff Smith JV Braves' Jim Arnold goes for
Turpin could only connect on one added 13 points, seven of those Cris Cucinotta was named an
the rebound against three Madeira honorable mention in m e En-
of those four 'foul shots and the coming at the foul line. opponents.
Braves led, 31-30, st the half. The Braves played well quirer's AllCity Volleyball team.
Dave "Mad Bomber" Havlovic, throughout the first half, building The Braves chalked up wctory Cucinotta was the Squaws' only
who scored 12 points and cupped up a substancial lead, taking a 33- number two by crushing the Mil- fourth year varsity member and
22 advantage to the lockeroom at ford Eagles, 56-43, Wednesday, this year's MVP.
five rebounds, made many of his
outside shots to spurt the Braves' half time. December 3.
lead to 46-40 entering the final The second half was marked In the closing seconds of the
quarter. by the Braves' outbursts in first quarter, sophomore Jim
"Our defense did it for us," re- scoring and good defensive play. Arnold swished a controversial Jeff Ertel was named t o f i e
lated Jim Arnold of the Spartan's "Sixty-six points is an unu- 55-footer, but the referee ruled Enquirer's All-City Football team
unsuccessful final surge to take sually high number for a JV team that the ball was shot after the as an honorable mention. He was
the lead as the Braves went on to which only plays seven minute buzzer. . the Braves' Most Valuable Line-
win, 67-60. quarters," related Coach West. Dave Havlovic had 17 points man.
A humble Jim Morgan com- to lead the Braves in scoring, and
mented after the game, "We're Jim Morgan added 12 t o boost by Ted Miller
just a great ball club." The Braves continued their the offense. The Indian H ill Freshman
winning streak, smashing the Deer The first half was dominated Braves defeated Finneytown 39-
Park Wildcats 62-46, for their by the Braves' strong shooting, as 33, Monday, December 15 at
The JV Braves took sole pos- second straight league victory and they sank 37 points compared to home. Chip Greenlee, the team's
session of first place Friday, third win overall Friday, Decem- the Eagles' 23. leading scorer this season, topped
December 12, by defeating the ber 5. The Braves kept building their the Braves' scores.
visiting Madeira Mustangs, 66-60. Jim Morgan dominated play lead in the third and fourth quar- The Freshman Braves upped
The Braves started off strong, with his game high of 15 points ters, making the final score 56-43. their record t o 4-3 with a 36-23
led by Dave Havlovic and Jim and 8 rebounds. Dave Havlovic "We really took it t o 'em and victory over Anderson, Friday,
Morgan, who each had 19 points. had a good showing, making 14 didn't let up," said Dave Davis, December 12, at Anderson.
The Braves played well points and also pulling down 8 commenting on the Braves' ag- Mitch Theuring led the Braves'
throughout the first quarter, tak- rebounds. Jim Arnold and Dave gressive play. scoring.
page 2 CHjEFTAIN December 19,1980 December 19,I980 CHIEFTAIN
senior sketch

Seniors every year learn, via the great philosophers, experience. . .the wrong lesson. It is probable that ~ e f is
f rock 'oriented'
of Man's search for the just society. From Socrates' instead of being taught to respect others, such students
time in ancient Greece to the present, the meaning and will learn to flee the reins of any dominating figure by Doug Freeman with a lot of action." His love for
When asked to describe him- the sport can be seen through the
establishment of justice have pre-occupied men, and and resent what the faculty, the administration, the self, Jeff Pedigo replied, with all skill with which he plays if, and
the founders of our own country set as one of their government represent. due humor, "Yapanese!" Such he won the Varsity soccer MVP
goals "to establish justice." In fact, every day ques- Basically, we suggest that though the writing of the sarcastic humor typifies this easy- award and allleague honors.
going senior. Sharing his soccer skills with
tions arise, trivial and monumental, pertaining to the Discipline Code and the implementation of Saturday Coming from a financially younger kids, Jeff works within
existence of justice, or lack thereof - "that's not fair," Study give the student a better idea of, and a fairer "oriented" family, Jeff hopes to the SAY soccer program. Jeff al-
"give me a fair chance," "you're being unjust." We chance with, the discipline regulation, justice should study electrical engineering at so runs hurdles in which he has
Lehigh University and is anxious- performed admirably in past
speak of justice all the time, but nobody knows what really reach beyond the page and into the individuality ly awaiting to hear if he has been years.
it means. of each student and each case. Punishment can be accepted there. Leading a very Playing the guitar is one of
Students will naturally speak of justice on a smaller used negatively, as a destroyer of character, or posi- busy life, Jeff proclaims, "I like Jeff's other forms of relaxation.
scale than perhaps Jefferson, but the roots of a just to participate and get involved in Listening and playing to his favor-
tively, as a builder of growth - i t is the choice of those ite rock performers (Led
school activities." Schoolwork,
society, whatever the definition of "just," are not only who administer it. student government, sports, and Zepplin, Van Halen, and Jimi
in its Constitution or its senators or its President, but music take up the bulk of his Hendrix). Jeff says, "Rock gets
also in the people. The concept of punishment may J o h n e n n0 n time.
Just recently inducted into
me really rowdy - you know
what I mean. . .?" Jeff plans to
well be the most pertinent facet of justice, at least to photo by Rob Zerch

US now. Rock and Roll legacy


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NHS, Jeff has risen in intelluctual
status and jokingly replies, "I
continue his guitar playing and
prophesizes, "Give me another Jeff performs his Eric Clapton at Budokan imitation.
Our school, for instance, has several methods of by Mr. Steve Strider geous "Why Don't We Do It In guess that means now I am a twenty yeais and I'll sound like
certified wedge !" Eric Clapton." (Good luck, Jeff).
punishment: grades (zero for the day), detention, cal- One of the most popular units The Road?" is truly awesome.
ling parents, Saturday Study, suspension and finally we teach in our ~ i n e r a lMusic The Beatles seemed to be able to
Presently senior class treasur-
er , Jeff spends a lot of time in
Jeff also spends much time
working as a valuable member of
senior sketch
classes is a presentation on the do anything. When it looked as
We grant that each of these punishments
Can be effective if used properly and at the proper
Beatles. Most students, although
they don't remember the Beatles
though they might be going off
the deep end with something like
student government activities.
Besides "swindling" a few hun-
the Legend staff. Indeed his wits
and dedication add to the effec-
Annette pirouettes
dred bucks to help the senior class tiveness of the yearbook.
time. ]For instance, every student knows someone to during the actual years of their "Tomorrow Never Knows," they
whom grades are not at all important. What, then, POP~'="~Y(1964-1970), are very would turn around and bowl US
budget, he is on the SG Service
Committee and is one of the
Certainly, Jeff s dedication
will prove rewarding and his fu-
her w a y towards iournolism
receptive to their music. They are over with a straight ahead rocker
would be the value of giving that student a Zero for the major reasons for the success of ture will undoubtedly be success- by David Johnson
fascinated by the . like ' c o t T~ Get you Into MY the weekly orphanage visits. ful. . . if by then his brains aren't "I11 type anybody's paper!" writes for Chieftain; her most
day as punishment for not doing homework? McCartney hoax and subsequent Life." In addition, Jeff enjoys soccer plastered from stopping soccer This appealing proposition most recent article includes an inter-
One could conceivably argue that students will TO me, the most important because "it's a fast paced sport balls with face. likely takes up much of senior view with Cincinnati mayor David
I've had a love affair with the contribution the Beatles made Annette Theuring's time during Mann.
if the grade-conscious student gets a zero for Beafles from the very beginning. with their music was the revec-
- - - - . . Position Paper Week. When her Having finished two years on
not doing homework while the student not concerned My favorite Beatle albums are tability that Rock and R O re- ~
fingers aren't dancing on the keys, the flag corps as captain and look-
a b ~ u tgrades gets a detention. And we concede that Meet the Beatles, Revolver, The ceived as a result of the depth, she is usually perfecting her favor- ing forward very much to this
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White Album, and Abbey Road. both musically and lyrically, of ite dance routine. Having taken year's Pow-Wow, Annette has
most likely, people that One of the two stu- sometimes I throw in a little their songs. P o p u h es-
dance lessons for six years, in ad- been an avid supporter of Indian
dents was treated more fairly than the other. Pepper for seasoning. pecially ROC^, was languishing in dition to several stints as the Hill's music department. Dab-
The solution lies in our own concepts of iustice and The Beatles were a creative the mundane and trite until the teacher, Annette combines her bling in piano and clarinet,
Beatles arrived. They gave Rock
punishment. The reason for punishing is, and must $a ~ ~ v ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ $ , " ~ , " , " e ~ and
; h e ~ the sophistication and love of dance with a strong Annette became interested in the
journalistic background to fill her flag corps through the band and
remain, to help the student grow and learn from the they were the powerful social refiement it needed without senior days. won several ribbons in compe-
experience. Only as a last resort should punishment be force some claim they were losing the energy and drive inher- Annette feels her dancing tition at flag camp this summer.
during the Or if they sim- ited from the originators of the
used as pure punishment, that the student should not form - the black Rhythm and
abilities were strengthened most Calling her trip to Spain a year
ply reflected in their music the significantly during a dance camp ago her "most exciting experi-
feel he got off " S C O ~ free." In accordance with this turbulence of the times- There is Blues artists. she attended in Jacksonville, ence," Annette enjoys travelling
ideal, it is not the duty of the administration - or any- no doubt, however. that they The recent murder of John
one who decides punishment. includingi our courts - to
V
were -
force a avery
forcepowerful musical
that changed the
Lennon is something * am
having trouble dealing with- It's
Florida, where she was able to
teach and ''to get exposed to dif-
as a reprieve from the rigor of the
Indian Hill schedule.
deal equally with every student, but to prescribe ferent kinds of dance." Adding In her free time, Annette en-
of popular music. Y in
one thing t o lose B U ~ ~HOUY to the excitement at the dance joys trying new things; this
punishments as "equity" would dictate. "Equity ," not Lennon and McCartney were a plane crash, and t o l o x camp, Annette shared a room summer, she learned to sky-dive,
"equality," should be the goal of our school and ever- songwriters supreme, in the mold Janis, Jimi, Bonzo and Keith in with an actress who was given a an experience she will long re-
of Kern, Porter, Gershwin, and large part t o their careless, self-
other school. chance to perform a role on the member. In addition, taking care
Rodgers. Their songs reached indulgent and sometimes suicidal TV show Happy Days- One can of her cat "Buddy" helps her to
Too often teachers and administrators lose sight of people of ages and tastes, and ways; b u t t o have the mpn arho expect to see Annette poised on relax from position papers and
the true purpose of giving punishment. Instead of possessed musical depth without was the driving force behind POP- stage when the curtain rises at this other pressures on seniors.
making the punishment appropriate for the occasion cate*g only to the preferen= uhr music's most PO=** and year's Pow-Wow- With her strong academic
of the musically knowledgeable. dominant group struck down in Now undecided about her background (National Merit Semi-
and the student so that it becomes a learning tech- These songs ue standards tlut the preaenoe of hi. aife by future at college, Annette former- Finalist, Yale University Book
nique, they stick to rules that, though intended as aio continie t o be heard as 10% who simply didn't -kke ly leaned towards a journalism Award) and her dancing talent,
guidelines, were not meant to be rigidly - - adhered to. cmfi"ues t o sing- The the way had aut* photo by R o b Easch major at Northwestern or New Annette Theuring strikes a
variety of these songs from the graphed is absolutely mind bog- York University. She now takes a balance between intellectual and
The result is, of course, a group of frustrated students and overly sweet Amrette~tohoWtfse~ofaBmea physical exercises.
jonrnalissn course and often
who were improperly punished and may learn from the d
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Page 14 ,; CHIEFTAIN December 19,1980

Sports quiz
Non-league games hurt Braves 1. Name one of the former
coaches of the Cincinnati
by Dwight Poffenberger lead when a technical foul was Stingers.
The Indian Hill Varsity Boys' called after a regular foul by Chip Braves open with win 2. In what city is Metropolitan
Basketball team lost a non-league Sudbrack. The Braves' rebound- The Braves opened their Stadium located?
contest, 76-70, Wednesday, ing and defensive zone kept them league play successfully with a 57- 3. What two pitchers in the Hall
December 16 against Turpin. ahead most of the final quarter. 48 victory Wednesday, December of Fame have the nickname
Before a sparse home crowd, the Witn 2:21 left, Sudbrack fouled "Lefty "?
Braves dropped their overall
3 over Milford. The game was -
out, but juniors Terry Healey and played before a surprisingly sparse 4. What major league stadium
record to 3 4 . Dave Hancher made key plays late holds the least number of Vol. 30, No. 8 December
The Braves jumped out to a in the game to secure the victory.
home crowd. Chieftain - Indian Hill High School - Cincinnati. Ohio 45243
Senior Bob Ulmer helped the people?
quick 8-2 lead but had. trouble Braves open up a 13-0 lead by 5. What college did Wilt
holding it. At the end of the first
quarter, the Braves' 16-11 lead
diminished to a 17-16 deficit.
Chargers down Braves
The Indian Hill squad lost a
scoring 7 of the points. Ulmer's
strength under the basket earned
him the game high total of 15. A
Chamberlain attend?
IH DECA operates
The Braves had fits trying to close non-league contest against strong Braves defense held the ANSWERS TO SPORTS QUIZ
conquer a tough halfcourt trap
by Turpin, but managed to regain
Forest Park at home, 52-55, Sat-
urday, December 6. The Braves'
Eagles scoreless for the first 4:38
of the first quarter. Defensive
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annual Little w o r l d
the lead a minute into the second record fell to 2-3 overall and 2-0 leadership was provided by sen- 1. Jim Brown is the NFL's According to Mr. Benken, this
quarter. The Braves then opened leading rusher with a lifetime by Ann Helferich
in the league. iors Sandy Geier, Chip Sudbrack, year's location at Camargo Sta-
their largest lead of the night, total of 12,312 yards. The Indian Hill High School
The Braves got off to a slug- and Ward Morgan. tion is a definite asset to the
26-21, on accurate passing by 2. Willy Shoemaker amassed Distributive Education class is
gish start in the first quarter and The Braves' momentum kept project because of its proximity
Sandy Geier and Ward Morgan's 6,525 wins in his career to sponsoring its ninth annual
fell behind 17-11. The Braves' big flowing until the half en'ded with to a retailing center. The loca-
two free throws and field goal. hold the record. Christmas Little World. DECA
men had a tough night facing the the Braves leading 35-19. Mid- tion, however, was not easy to
Before the half had ended, Turpin juniors and seniors, with the help
powerful Forest Park team. way through the third quarter the 3. Steve O'Neal holds the NFL come by, as the group did not
of DECA sponsor Mr. Jim Ben-
snuck into a 34-30 lead. Forest Park was deadly with their Braves couldn't find the basket- record for the longest punt - secure plans for the storefront
In the third quarter, the ken, will operate Little World
outside shooting, which accoun- ball and Milford edged back to a 98 yards. until the week of Thanksgiving.
Braves managed to stay close, through December 21. Hours are
ted for a 32-25 lead at the half. score of 47-34. Three quick Mil- 4. Pat Zachery , Steve Henderson MI. Benken commented that it is
thanks to the leadership of senior until 8:00 p.m. today and from
Helped by a pair of buckets by ford baskets put them back in the Doug Flynn, and Dan Norman "really tough to find a place."
Bob Ulmer, who ended the game 12:OO to 5 :00 p.m. tomorrow and
Ward Morgan, Indian Hill's lead- game 47-40 but Coach McKibben were the players traded for DECA members constructed the
with 30 points. The third quarter Sunday at Madeira's Camargo Sta-
ing scorer with 17, the Braves pul- halted the momentum with a pair Tom Seaver. cashier's booth and decorations in photo by ~ o Zesch
b
tion and the Indian Hill Creek
ended with the Braves trailing by
six, 49-55. The Braves managed
led within one, 34-33, midway of time outs. The Braves offense 5. Bobby Knight, Larry Sieg-
Club House. two weeks to give Little World a .
'"Should I get the blue one. .or maybe the green one?" Hopefully Dana
through the third quarter. De- had trouble handling Milford's fried, and John Havlicek all holiday atmosphere. DeVarco will solve this young shopper's dilemma.
Little World is a store designed
to play Turpin evenly the fourth spite a tough Forest Park zone, zone defense, so they called a played for Ohio State in DECA sponsors Little World net about $2,500, which they will The basic purpose of Little
for the young shopper (ages 2-12)
quarter, but could not pick up the the Braves managed to end the four-corner offense to bring Mil- the early sixties. as a class project and all members use to send students to district, World is to put classroonl know-
to purchase Christmas gifts for
extra needed points. Coach Dale third quarter trailing, 46-43. ford into a man-to-man defense. are required to serve six shifts of state and national Distributive ledge to practical situations.
their relatives and friends. To
McKibben commented later, "It Opening the fourth quarter, Six straight Milford points two and a half hours. The project Education competitions. Junior DECA member Tracy
help the young shoppers fit their
was a poor effort on our part." Forest Park had no trouble hand- after a questional jump call nar- counts as 25% of the participants' Mr. Benken said that the Little Doppler commented, "Little
limited budgets, DECA class
ling the full court press called by rowed Indian Hill's lead to four, quarter grades. World project has been well re- World has been really fun because
Braves bounce Mustangs members assist the young shop-
Coach McKibben and pulled out 5 2-4 8. Junior guard Dave Han- DECA purchases Little World ceived by the community. He I like helping the kids." Mr. Sen
pers in the choosing of their gifts
in front by a 5 4 4 6 margin. Good cher hit two key free throws to merchandise from wholesalers. commented that the store has be- ken summed up the project as a
The varsity basketball team from merchandise priced from
defensive hustle by the Braves further the Braves lead to 54-48. Mr. Benken said that the group come a tradition with many fami- "good learning experience for
remained undefeated in league $.50 to $5.00. In addition, The
enabled them to pull within two, Key rebounds in the last few hopes to gross $5,000 from two lies over Little World's nine year students and well worth the time
play this year by beating Madeira, DECA students gift wrap and
57-55, when time ran out. minutes by Bob Ulmer and Ward weeks of sales. They expect to existence. involved."
8268, at Indian Eill Friday, Dec- tag all purchases for the children.
Morgan iced the victory.
ember 12. The victory brought IH drops Deer Park page recommendation for the
the Brave's EHL record to 3-0 and
3-3 overall. The Braves defeated Deer ' Wildcats nip Braves Council slackens coliseum liquor laws prevention of further accidents.
Paul Wardheimer, who served as
Senior Ward Morgan's three Park, 64-57, at Deer Park, Satur-
by Annette Theuring every event. Mann's main concern was not the chief of staff of the task
point play early in the first quar- day, December 5. Todd Benadum watched his
Coliseum concert-goers who il- Many members of city council the fact that the public drinking force, explained that the recom-
ter helped the Braves jump out to Sandy Geier and Ward Morgan shot bounce off the rim with one
legally consume alcoholic bever- disagreed with Blackwell's move. law was finally being enforced, mendation included crowd man-
a quick 7-0 lead. An aggressive each had six points in the first second left as the Braves suffered
ages in the public arena will find According to Paul Wardheimer, but, rather, that it was not being agement guidelines as well as a
Braves' defense prevented the quarter, but the Braves fell be- a disheartening 61-60 loss to Fin-
themselves less likely to be arres- Public information officer, the enforced equally in all cases. suggestion of "fair and equitable
Mustangs from taking many shots hind, 19-18. Senior Chip Sud- neytown's Wildcats at Finney- ted than earlier this year because feeling of an increasing number of Mann found that football fans law enforcement at all events."
early but with 2:35 remaining in brack threw in nine in the second town, November 29. of efforts of Cincinnati's new city council members was that, were often breaking the law in the Many of the crowd control guide-
the first quarter, Madeira pulled quarter as the Braves outplayed The Wildcats' aggressive play
mayor, David Scott Mann. In- even though the drug and alcohol same manner at Coliseum games. lines contained in the task force
even, 11-11. The first quarter the Wildcats, 17-12 for a 35-31 dominated the first quarter as stead, police will be looking pri- problem "couldn't be ignored," without consequence. "I went to analysis, which is available for sale
ended in a deadlock, 20-20. halftime lead. Sudbrack, the led, 18-14. The Wildcat scoring marily for illegal drug use. the huge number of arrests was a football game and noticed all t o the public for seven dollars per
Led by Chip Sudbrack's 14 game's leading scorer, had 21 was led by Eric Roper, the game's copy, have been the basis for two
first-half points, the Braves went Mann, a tax lawyer, was a key not solving the safety problem. the tailgating parties-it struck me
total points while Ward Morgan leading scorer with 27 points. photo by Rob Zesch Cincinnati ordinances and an
into the locker room deadlocked, figure in the investigations follow- In a Chieftain interview, David that there was a double standard
added 16 overall. The Braves battled back to out- Ohio state law which is presently
4242. Bob Ulmer drives inside and puts ing the December 3, 1979 'Who' Mann expressed his concern. "I in the law," said Mann. Mann
The Braves continued to play the Wildcats, 20-18, in the being reviewed by Governor
Madeira jumped ahead to start up a shot against Madeira. The tragedy, when city council mem- never understood exactly what then determinedly launched a
dominate the game during the third quarter and 16-13 in the last campaign directed toward city James Rhodes.
the second half, 4844, but Sandy Braves went on t o win the game, ber J. Kenneth Blackwell held the1 the point was in making all those
third quarter but were outplayed, period. council advocating equal en- In November, David Mann
Geier and Bob Ulmer took the 82-68. post of mayor. Blackwell, as part arrests," the mayor agreed. "I
16-15, in the fourth. The Braves Junior Dave Hancher led the forcement of the law- combined his own observations
of a massive public safety cam- couldn't see how the eleven
Braves into the lead, 56-60, with shot a very respectable 69.6 per Braves' offense with 15 points. with the recommendations of the
paign, had ordered a police crack- deaths related to the crackdown. Meanwhile, a police-
2 5 7 remaining in the third quar- cent to a 60 per cent average for Seniors Sandy Geier and Bob fourth quarter by Ward Morgan's task force analysis and came up
down on drug and alcohol abuse As far as I am concerned, alcohol established task force, headed by
ter. Deer Park. Ulmer each contributed nine. fouling out and Sandy Geier's
at rock concerts, and hundreds of abuse had nothing to do with the UC safety director Henry Sand-
The Braves quickly lost their The Braves were hurt in the technical,foul.
youths were being arrested at
see COLISEUM, page 8
deaths." man, was busy compiling a 78-