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August 18, 1977

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Ashland Basketball Camp Thursday, August 18,1977 News Journal, Mansfield, O 27 Mansfield Area Boys Net Special Awards YOUNGEST EVER -- David Morgan, 13, ol Yorkshire, England, recently became the youngest person to ever swim the English Channel Morgan made the crossing from Dover to Wissant, near Calais, in 11 hours, live minutes (UPI Photo) Football Looks Up CINCINNATI (AP) - Football at the University of Cincinnati is showing signs of revitahzation at the school which seriously considered dropping the sport because of lack of attendance, interest and financial loss Last year, there was talk of dumping the entire program This year, a group of students is actually talking about forming a card section The students known as the Rallycats are mailing letters to incoming fresh men, inviting them to a special function before the Bearcats' opening game Sept 10 ' I don't want to call it a pep club," said Karen Kelly, secretary of the Ral- lycats Last year, some people put up signs trying to organize a pep club and they got ripped down This isn t a pep club We ve got to make this a good thing in the beginning You know, socially acceptable ' Last year, student opinion was split on continuing football because of the dram of the university s budget ASHLAND -- Manstield area boys earned special awards while competing in the Ashland College Basketball Camp of Champions held recently on the college campus Rick Bohland, who will be a senior at St Peter's High School, won the camp s Sportsmanship Award and he linished sixth in the older boys free throw contest, hitting 79 of 100 shots Mike Baki, a sophomore at St Peter s, was third in the competitive shooting contest seventh in the free throw contest with 78 of 100 and was a team most valuable player * * * Mark Cline of Manstield Madison North was eighth in the 14 and 15-year- olds free-throw contest with 65 of 100 Mike Sertell, a sixths-grader at Bnnker holf School, played on the league champion team of the younger boys group which hnished with a 7-1 record David Missory, a sophomore at St Pete s, was a finalist in the older boys one-on-one contest Dave Androw, another St Pete s sophomore was ninth in the older boys iree- throw standings with 77 ol 100 Chris Kaup, an eighth grader at Johnny Apple- seed, was ninth in the younger boys foul shooting with 65 ot 100, and Jeff Nardo, an eighth grader at Madison Junior High, was 10th with 59 of 100 David Givand a sophomore at Manstield Senior, was a team most valuable player m the oldest group, and Mike Dropsey, a freshman at Appleseed, played on the championship team ol the 14 and 15-earold division which finished with a i i record Tim Rogers, a sophomore at Mapleton High School was voted team most valuable player honors and ranked third in the 14 and 15 year olds' free throw contest with 70 of 100 shots Randy Huggins of Ashland also earned team most valuable placer honors and Ashlander Roger Hawk played on the top tour-on-tour team ot the camp which compiled a 15-1 record Mike Mistovich, also of Ashland, played on the younger group s championship team which posted a 7-1 mark Other Ashlanders in the camp were Chad McGinnis, Mike McGumness, Ke vin Tucky, John Craig Landrum, John Shearer and Allen Webb Dan Brado of Lexington was the top foul shooter in the 14 and 15 year-old group, sinking 74 of 100 and he played for the league champion team Steve Klemknecht, a sophomore at Gallon High School was second in the middle group s free-throw contest with 66 of 100 The Gallon eager also was fourth in the competitive shooting contest and a team most valuable player John Foster Loyer a seventh-grader Western Town So vinos Roundup Bock-To-School Padlocks As 30-201(0, podUck 1 69 30-20103. podbdi 1.59 30-2O3M, comb lock 2 79 Men's Rugged Western Wear YOUR CHOICE PVC Jackets with the look and feel of leather are great to keep off the upcoming cool breezes 63-60490 Reg. 14.99 Karman western shirts are trim and tapered for a great fit. 63-93003 Reg. 9.99 Rider Jackets 14 88 I "^T *·· I7w Unbned Uue dmim gocken deugned for coxy movement of arm and body J Lee I Jeans tog 1399 Rugged 13% oz denim in comfortable western cut 63-80814-81284 Long Sleeve Shirts tout CHOKZ Cboote bom cotton flannel or 100% cotton chambroy inS-M-lXl 63-77476^1". 11 - 36645 Leather Look Western Jackets 88 R*q. 14.99 ' P V C Jackets have the look, softness and feel of real leather Smart western styling and solid patch pockets give greal fit and good looks In assorted colors S M L XL 63-60490 Men's Sweatshirts 63-24208-232 Choose from cotton cnewrwck or cottan/ocrvftc hooded styles 63-J4070-I01 Hooded 749 1399 Reinforced at itrom pomn for durability Permanent prei\ 63-81801-82109. ^63-84313-541 M 8" Utility Boot 1 99 tog. 23 99 Gkv« teottw upper oil ant ouHol* S«WH. 7 12E 6 4O3O5-397 Rt 42 Crider Rd. Phone 589*5476 Mon.-Thiin. 8.30-5.30 Frl. 8:30-8:00 Sot. 8:30-5.00 Sun. 12-5:00 at Iberia Elementary in Gallon, was second in the younger boys one-on one and also in competitive shooting He made 75 ot 100 free throws lor third place and was a team MVP Chns Nicholls of Gallon Middle School was a finalist in the younger group s one-on-one and was fourth with 74 ot 100 free throws made winning team MVP notice, too Gallon s John Widman and John Erlsten also were voted MVP recognition Widman also was a Unahst in the one on one * * * Other Mansfielders competing in the AC camp were Mike Gurski Tom Arnold, Steve Faukner Tom Weber Steve Pntchard Matt Dropsey Rob Wunder- im, Chris Dropsey, Todd Kochheiser and Troy 0 Neal Also competing were Lexington b Tony Browning, Don Mont/, Bill Nus baum, Bob Scholl and Mike Merchant Other Gallon youths participating were Jon Patrick Lace Brad Mocker, Todd McCarty and Scott Zeisler More than 550 young cagers attended four camps at Ashland this summer, under coach Joe Gottfried Besides team competition and instruction trom top college and high school coaches, the one- on-one and competitive shooting contests were popular with all campers Fractional Difference . 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