The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on January 2, 1982 · Page 27
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 27

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Saturday, January 2, 1982
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THE CINCINNATI ENQUIPER.'Saturday, January 2, 1982 C-7 r Li Ljo few CBxttLtB a n UIJGDG GilaDf ''7 V - " S V A Celebration of Mediocrity For reservations, phone 541-7825 and ask for Beverly. ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT The cost for the evening is $10.95, or just $6.95 if you are a member of the Chopped Liver and Wine Society. At 7 p.m. a hot buffet featuring standing round of beef will be presented. There will be entertainment and more, too! COUPON UP TO '3.50 VALUE At 6 p.m. the party begins with a beer and bologna tasting. The society felt this was a better substitute for the occasion than chopped liver and wine. And to commemorate one of Millard's distinctions, a bathtub will be filled with beer. NIKW CHINESE RESTAURANT Szechwan & Cantonese Cuisine INN dent when the Capitol building in Washington was partially destroyed by fire on Christmas Eve, 1851. What does any of this have to do with restaurants? Every year a small group called the Chopped Liver and Wine Society holds their annual celebration of Millard Fillmore their designated patron of mediocrityat Shuller's Wigwam. The first thing that should be pointed out is you need not be a member of this illustrious society. In fact you may join the evening fun even if you are not mediocre. . January 7 is not a national holiday. In fact, it's probably about the date many people begin receiving bills for the holiday gifts they wish they had not charged. But January 7 does have a distinction it's Millard Fillmore's birthday. Now Millard Fillmore is not one of our better known presidents. In fact, his distinctions while president are more of a trivial nature than historical nature. He holds the superstitious distinction of being the 13th president; he holds the distinction of introducing the first bathtub in the White House; he holds the distinction of being presi Cordially invito you and your gut to tnjoy on complimentary DINNER wtwn o tocond DINNER of equal or arMtor value it purchased. (Family dinner, drinlrt, toupt. oppetiieri eicluded. Eat in only. Valid any evening after 3 P.M.) Cannot be uwd with other discount. Dec. 31 thru Jan. 16 One coupon per family per visit. 11711 PIICE. Springdei WMHfeirtlfiHDIlIA AAP 1 Authentic AP Laserphoto I Japanese Food SEVE BALLESTEROS ir threatening to run away with the $500,000 first prize. L -(K wh bomr Mawn mmd yj V-Q t)DJ GENGHIS KHAN TERIYAK! STEAKS RISTAURANT IOUNGI 116 1UDIOW AVI. "A Clifton Trodition" SUKIYAKI TEMPURA Cookti mi wrvrJ MWMfiMtuly Joll-likr Si. OfffnMl Jnu. CocllMill " Bamboo Bar ENJOY SUKMF00D and KINK tUMrttOII and mm smuts Leading Ballesteros Threatens Runaway I I.7I ml 1 9 turn on Maun Rd ' oitiollilWGowRd Dirr 5 JO PM WakUtt MT OILMAN! Oven Sundty Mm PIANO phon M3-0113 Re0SNAPPERK $750 I fl MEUNIERG" I c bar . f 1 jy''''"'''''"ii''iiiwli., r'J'lf' Discover The Edqecliff Room! I Mm Ml tMrlte MfK Banquet room TTTTTML on intimate reitourant overlooking the city. For quiet dinners served with elegance, nestled away at 2200 Victory Parkway near the den Park Bridge. The Edge-cliff Room serves fine food and excellent wines and liquors. Telephone 751-2200. available TROLLEY TAVERN Famous For Our JACK SALKSN 451-5100 'iiHHiimimiiiiitiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiii.i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit JOE'S BAR Terrace Hilton I5W. 6th St. MOHR'S BUFFET Complete Smorgasbord : 7 Days a Week I Bring your BUNCH Party Roooij Available Seafood Wed. & Fri Nite : BRIDGETOWN & GLENWAY AVE. - 574-3456 5tiiiliiiiiiiitiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim iiiii mi"7 To Sunday BRUNCH At MOYER 3 err ace said. "The three guys that are leading are the three guys you'd expect to be leading. They are the only ones who can reach the par 5s. They're the only ones with the strength to get it out of the rough. "BUT I'M not out of it. I can come back. And I'll tell you this. I'm putting the eyes out of it. I didn't make anything today, but I'm putting the ball well and that's the only way Gary and I would have a chance." Player, the only other participant in the invitational field, trailed the pack at 147 after an erratic 77. 1 "It was just one of those days," shrugged the little man who has won nine major championships and serves as the host to this, the first $1 million tournament in the history of golf. "I Just played terribly." He takes some consolation, however, in the fact that the last-place finisher will collect $100,000, matching the biggest prize offered on the American tour. Ballesteros, the first-round leader, used his remarkable length off the tee to great advantage. He used the driver only twice in the round, and missed the fairway both times. For the rest of the day, he went to the 3-wood, and had enough length to stay up with the rest of the field. HE PLAYED the par 5s three-under par but really made his round with a 31 over the back nine. SUN CITY, Bophuthatswana (AP) Lee Trevino took a quick glance at the front-running figure of Seve Ballesteros and recalled an old warning about what might happen in the $1 million Sun City Qolf Challenge. ; "I told you I was afraid of this, afraid somebody was going to get out in front and run away. And he's the guy to do it," Trevino said after Ballesteros' long tee shots had helped him to a four-under-par 68 and a three-stroke lead Friday in the richest tournament in the history of golf. I "Seve is going to be a hard man to beat, a hard man to catch," Trevino said after the 24-year-old Spaniard Lad reached the halfway point of the tournament at seven-under par. '. With two rounds to go in the chase for a $500,000 first prize more money than Ben Hogan and Byron Nelson won in their combined careers only Jack Nick-laus and Johnny Miller appeared to have a shot at Ballesteros. T THEY WERE tied for second at 140, four-under par on the 7,693-yard layout Gary Player designed iri the crater of an extinct volcano and adjacent to this sprawling, $100 million dollar resort complex, that rises from the grassland and' Bush of southern Africa. ; Nicklaus had to rally for a second-round 70 in the sweltering heat, and Miller had a 68. I Trevino missed eight greens and said he was very fortunate to shoot a 74 that left him at par 144. "I didn't play very well," he JJciatteda's WINERY and RESTAURANT Fine H inc. and Superb F oods Senrd in Our Unique 'bining Room and Outside Uimng Deik Overlooking the Ohio River arden i f-t'silunnx U.S. Rout 52 Cloud Sunday Wtit of Mtnchntcr, Ohio Phont 513 549 2957 VSeA -Sa Poached EgRS A La Benedict Beet Stroganort Turkey Divan Standing Ham Ctirvetl to order Sauteed Chicken Livers Tempting Dessert Table ami more1 mtck noirs EARLY BIRD SPECIAL Choose any 2 entrees; Steak, Prime Rib, Scrod, you name it, and we'll buy the lesser of the two entres. 7 days a week 5-7 pm includes salad bar, entree. TERRACE HILTON I5W. 6th St. Covington fiaus - - $5.95 rrvnl lIAVI 2 PW SUNDAY BRUNCH S COMPLETE RHINELAND DINNER FOP 1W0 run under 10 arc Free 11 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Adults... $4.25 Children... J3.25 Child AT THE HILTON INN DAVE BANEY THE MUSIC MASTER TUES.-SAT. 8:30 PH TILL I 2T 'i and I IS 42 Shurimvillf hm ResiTvanum Sucstcd Call S6.(-RU(1 Friday - CLOSED, Happy Hew Year! Saturday German Music Nick Kahles Band 100 W. Sixth St.. Cm.. Ky. leserntions kcepted 261-6655 COLOR FILM PEWELlUPDWIia ft PRINTIM While you're dreaming of ) today's party... ivire developingpir 3. COLOR FILM DEVELOPING BRING YOUR FILM IN FOR OUR GUARANTEED 'OVERNIGHT SUCCESS; COLOR FILM DEVELOPING OUR SPECIAL HOLIDAY SERVICE SCHEDULE IS IN EFFECT! ANY PHOTO DEPARTMENT CLERK CAN GIVE YOU FULL DETAILS OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICE di lie ncuci noiur rLUd ULILLUrillU 1 7 S W.Ji I, V PHOTO SPECIAL rD )A l ' J.MWSf COUPON 111 I meutR ' SI OFF PER PRINT WITH COUPON Rest assured your pictures will be developed overnight or we 'II give them to you free. Now that's pretty sweet dreaming! On roll developing of 110, 126 or 35mm color print film (C-41 process only) left before regular photo pick up Monday through Thursday. Excludes weekends and holidays. Developing and printing of any 1 original roll of color print film left at the store from 12-1982. Turn in this coupon when you pick 1 OFF ON DEVELOPING & PRINTING OF ANY ORIGINAL ROLL OF COLOR PRINT FILM LEFT AT THE STORE FROM JANUARY 2 THRU JANUARY 9, 1982. KEEP THIS COUPON AND TURN IT IN WHEN YOU PICK UP YOUR FILM DEVELOPING ORDER. up your developing order. PRICES GOOD SATURDAY. JANUARY 2 THRU SATURDAY, JANUARY 9 .1982 BRENTWOOD PLAZA DILLONVALE SHOPPING CENTER 4020 E. Gallbrailh Rd HILLCREST 1838 Seymour Ave. EVENDALE Reading Rd. at By-Pass 50 CHERRY GROVE 8576 Beechmont Ave. LATONIA SHOPPING CENTER NORWOOD PLAZA 3825 Montgomery Rd DELHI Del-Fair Shopping Center

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