PAGE SIX CASS CITY CHRONICLE-WEDNESDAY,FEBRUARY 27,1991 CASS CITY,MICHIGAN
3 games in 4 nights
’Worn out’ 0 - G squad
loses to Kingston, 85-61
It was a busy week for the Kingston got 14 points Joining Kady in double
Ow en-Gage basketball from Dan Nickens and a figures for the Bulldogs
tcam, who playcd 3 games, baker’s dozen from Dan were Anthes (20), Torres
including 2 road contcsts, in Wcnzlaff. (15) and Brad Niester, who
4 nights. Thursday the Bulldogs finished with 11 points.
Thc hectic schedule,which recovered from a poor start Jeff Swartz’s 27 points
JOHN REAAND MANDY DEERING included a make-up gamc to knock off visiting paced the winners.
were eliminated from the Knights of against North Branch Wesleyan, 7 1-61.
Wesleyan Thursday, caught Andy Tattle led the guests
Columbus free throw contest Saturday up with the Bulldogs on Fri- to a 17-6 lead -registering NORTH CENTRAL
at Carrollton after advancing to the day, according to Coach all 13of his points in the first
Brian Wright, whose cagers THUMB D
8 minutes - before Coach
semifinal round. were defeated by host King- Wright made a defensive VV
ston, 85-61. change.
“We were just worn out,” Akron-Fairgrove 14 1
Rea, Deering compete said Wright.
The ‘Dogs, who have
“We switched from a zone
to a man-to-man defense,”
said Wright. KINGSTON’S DAN WENZLAFF beats Owen-Gage’s Mike
in free-throw semifinals played well lately, will try to
return to the win column this
The change held Tattlc in
check the remainder of the
5 Kady to the baseline in Friday’s NCTL contest. Wenzlaff
Friday when thcy travel to Carsonville 6 9
Numerous basketball In Cass City’s competition, contest aftcr hitting 4 triples Owen-Gage 3 11 finished with 13 points.
coaches have said, “If you Rea made good on 1 1 of 15 Cascvillc for thcir rcgular in the opening frame.
season finale. Port Hope 2 12
can play defense and shoot tosses from thc strip and at Owen-Gage was able to Caseville 0 14
Kingston enjoyed a good capture a slim 44-43 lead at
free throws - you can play
Two Cass City intermedi-
Car0 he connected on 17 of
“I kind of choked Satur-
night from the perimeter,
connecting on 7 of 9 three
the intermission, thanks in
part to a strong rebounding
Akron-Fair 88, Caseville 36
Deckerville 6 1,Port Hope 46
3 locals selected as candidates
ate students, John Rea and day,” said the modest 8th point attempts, and built a performance from junior Kingston 85, Owen-Gage 61
Mandy Deering, are at least 40-27 half-timc Icad. The Chris Anthes, who swiped a Peck 80, Carsonville 68 Three area residents are
grader as he made only 15 of among 54 Saginaw Valley
halfway there. 25 attempts. The winner at Cardinals also outshot the team high 14 rebunds.
Bulldogs from the charity The ‘Dogs took control of State University students
Rea, 13, and Deering, 12, Carrollton missed only 4 who have been sclectcd as
competed in the Knights of shots, according to Rea. stripe, connecting on 18-24 the match-up during the 2nd
attempts, compared to only half, where they enjoyed candidates for the 14th an-
Columbus annual free throw Dcering won at Cass City THUMB B nual edition of the National
contest semifinal at Carroll- when she made 6 of 15 free 10-22 for the losers. doublc digit leads much of
The Cardinals’ Steve the night. ASSOCIATION Dean’s List.
ton Saturday. throws, and was the only Scott, who recorded game The local students are Scott
Although neither will be competitor at Caro. Thc Kady paced the winners
scoring honors with 19 tal- with 25 points. W L Mellendorf of Cass City,
advancing to this week’s
state final round, each quali-
Cass City 6th gradcr con-
nected on 9 of 25 attemptson
lies, sparkcd a 19-12 run Laker 13 0 Janice Cummins of
fied for Saturday’scompeti-
tion by winning the opening
Rea’s parent are Cass
during the 2nd stanTa, where
hc collcctcd 1 1 points.
A U GRES CAME Millington
Gagetown and Barbara
Skiles of Deford. Soybean growers to meet:
round in Cass City and then The winners then used a Kady’s carccr high 34 tal- To be eligible for the
City’sMike and Shelda Rea. string of 10 unanswered Marlette 6 honor, SVSU students must The Tuscola County Soy- rently producing soybeans
taking top honors in regional Deering is the daughter of lies weren’t enough on
points in the final period to Tuesday as the Bulldogs fell Vassar 9 have been selected to the bean Growers are planning or who are interested in pro-
competition held at Caro. Gary and Rebecca Dcering. Cass City 11 univcrsity’s President’s List their annual meeting. The
run their league mark to 10- to host Au Grcs in overtime, ducing soybeans are encour-
4. 99-93. Bad Axe 12 with a 4.0 (straight A) aver- session will be held March aged to take part in this
Professional and Business Mikc Kady paced thc Bull-
dogs with 16 points, while
Coach Wright noted the
improved play of his Bull- Laker 84, BadAxe 55
age during 2 of the most 11 from 8 to 10 a.m. at the
recent semesters. In addi- Cooperative Extension
meeting, which is designed
to bring producers and agri- I
teamrnatcs Jason Torrcs and dog tcam, who were de- 80, City 59 tion, the students must have Scrvice office, 362 Green businesses together associ-
DIR ECTORY Chris Anthes recorded 14
and 12 points, rcspcctively.
feated by 22 points in the 2
teams’ first meeting.
53, 50 distinguished themselves in st.,Caro.
Millington 81, N. Branch 76 leadership positions in ~ 0 1 - Individuals who are CUT-
ated with soybean produc-
tion, processing and use. 1
PHYS C ANS
Cass City stock market
Bernhardt & Co., P.C.
Certified Public Accountants
Gary Anderson. CPA 673-3137
Obsletrlcian & Gynecologist
70 North Elk Slrert
Smdusky, MI 18471
team holds first place
Robert Tuckey, CPA - 872-3730 Phons (313) 648-4733 A team of students from According t Nurnbcrger,
Detroit, and will receive
Jerry Bernhardt - 673-3137 Ofllcr Hwrm:
Mon., Tusr.. Thurr.. Frl. Cass City High School holds further rccognition at the Cass City has 18 teams par-
715 E . Frank St., Caro, MI ticipating in the competi-
0 to 5 Appolntmenl Only
first place in the Regional Securities Traders Associa-
and Altor H w r i Call
6261 Church St., Cass City, MI (313) 648-3770 State Competition ofa stock tion Banquet next year. tion. Four of those tcams arc Vitamin C Century-Vite
Phone 8724668 market simulation. The Cass City students ranked in the top 50 among
Team captain Brad Gray traded primarily in SPX 2,000 teams compcting wIRose Hips
COUNSELING and members Kent Winter Corporation, First Citibank statewide.
Dr. Jeffrey Crowley and Jeff Jcung arc taking Corp. of Texas, and LA This is the 6th year for the
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a portfolio value of
game, he noted, adding C a s
City teams have done well in
Cass City (M-81) The game is run by the
Michirran Economic Educa-
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Statcs District of The Secu-
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a meeting of thc Cass City Membcrs also are planning
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Osleopathrc Physician natcd through thc Center for Thc focus of thc session, announced.
Comprehensive Orthodontics 4674 Hill St.
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stocks on the New York, therapist,will bc availableat
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Miller, disagrees. Agatha’s Church, Twin Pack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 + 102.
Cass Clty “1 think the fighting will go on Door prizes were won by
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Res. 872-4257 Millcr, 35 years old. He added Ondrajka. A s k for
We accepl all
Euchre was played at 6 100’s Pre-Pay
Allen Witherspoon that even after the fighting stops, 10% SENIOR C I T I Z E N
New England Life VETERINARIANS “wc’ll have stations over thcre tables. The winners were: P R ESCRi P T l O N CD Recordings Prescription
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thc war will continue for awhile Ashmore and Audrey H0LLISTE R THUMB MONEY
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yct. OSTOMY ELECTRIC ORDER
OPTOMETRIST Rod Ellis, D.V.M.
“Hc (Saddam Husscin) will PRODUCTS Bill Here Available
Carol Galke-Ellis, D.V.M.
start using human shields. That’s SIMULATED
Dr. David Baker why he took all the young pcoplc ENGRAVED
Optometrist out of Kuwait.” BUSINESS CARDS
Millcr, who comrnmtcd that he
dward Scollon, D.V.M. just missed Vict Nam, crcdits the Available 1-Color
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so easy until now.
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Phone 872-2935 “I don’t have any relatives ovcr there, but I’d go if they The Chronicle
872-3404 1849 N. Seeger S t , C a s City called,” the informed Cass City area rcsidcnt insisted. Phone 872-2010
Millcr and his wife of 10 years, Sylvia, have no children. L