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Stories from Thursday, March 29, 2007

Delta Zeta sues DePauw over expulsion (03/29/07)
Delta Zeta sorority, accused of evicting members based on appearance and popularity, has sued DePauw University over the school's decision to expel the organization from campus. University officials state the lawsuit "lacks merit." Delta Zeta, which had been accused of asking only attractive, popular students to remain active members, filed the claim in U.S. ...
Academic record (03/29/07)
While some members of Delta Zeta sorority at DePauw University have claimed they have a reputation for academics, and don't fit the stereotype of beauty or popularity, a look at the sorority's recently overall grades shows a slightly different picture...
Fundraiser set for hospitalized teen (03/29/07)
Friends and family members of a Putnam County teenager who was diagnosed with leukemia last year have planned a benefit fundraiser for her and her family this weekend. Donations will be accepted for 19-year-old Chantal Johnson, a recent North Putnam High School graduate, and her family during a car wash planned for noon to 4 p.m. Saturday at the home of Aaron and Jodie Clodfelter. The Clodfelter's home is located at 461 Mill Springs Dr. in the Heritage Lake community...
Auditions for Cinderella Sunday (03/29/07)
Auditions have been scheduled for the first show of the 2007 Putnam County Playhouse Season. The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Cinderella will be co-directed by Brad and Lita Sandy. Auditions for all roles will be conducted at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 1. An additional session will be at 7 p.m. Monday, April 2. Both events will be at the Hazel Day Longden Theatre in Greencastle...
Student's logo selected for park (03/29/07)
The Cloverdale Civic League announced the winner of its Logo Design Contest for the 2008 playground, now known as "The Clover Patch" at the Cloverdale Community Park. Cloverdale Middle School student Sydney Shrum, daughter of Roger and Kim Shrum of Cloverdale, was chosen by the organization's majority vote...
South Putnam boys look for balance and progress (03/29/07)
PUTNAMVILLE -- When South Putnam track coach Carl Coons looks at his 2007 team, he sees a lot of promise. As the Eagles' first meet approaches next Thursday, his lineup is not set in stone. Howver, Coons looks at each season as a work in progress. "It's not what you do April 1; it's what you do in late May," said Coons...
Veteran core heads up small Eagles squad (03/29/07)
PUTNAMVILLE -- Coach Cathy Herrin will be fielding quite a few young athletes this season. The Eagles have only 17 girls, including a number of freshmen as well as older girls without varsity track experience. "We're so young. We have some sophomores who weren't on the team last year as well as six freshmen. It's a lot of inexperience," said Herrin...
Tigers return to win column at Port Charlotte Invitational (03/29/07)
Port Charlotte, Fla. -- DePauw jumped out to a 4-0 lead with three in the first and one in the second and never trailed on the way to a 9-3 win over Union (N.Y.) at the Port Charlotte Invitational on Wednesday. Coming off consecutive losses to St. Olaf, the Tigers climbed back over .500 at 11-10. Union fell to 1-7...
Virginia Ann Tellas (03/29/07)
Sept. 14, 1926-March 26, 2007 Virginia Ann Tellas, 80, Reelsville, died Monday at St. Vincent Clay Hospital, Brazil. Born in Washington Township of Putnam County, she was the daughter of Harvey Paul and Alma Marie (Dreher) Neese. A homemaker, she had been employed at Paper Art in Indianapolis, as a nurse's aide at Knightsville Nursing Home, and at Columbia Records in Terre Haute. She was a member of Big Walnut Baptist Church, Reelsville...
A. Wayne Hamblen (03/29/07)
Jan. 12, 1927-March 26, 2007 A. Wayne Hamblen, 80, Bradenton, Fla., formerly of Greencastle, died Monday at Blake Medical Center in Florida. Born in Fall River, S.D., he was the son of Glen and Edith (Ritzenthaler) Hamblen. A U.S. Army Air Corps veteran of World War II, he was vice president of construction for National Tea Co. ...
Charles W. "Chip" Williams (03/29/07)
March 5, 1961-March 27, 2007 Charles W. "Chip" Williams, 46, Greencastle, died Tuesady. Born in Kokomo, he was the son of Donald R. and Jacqueline A. Williams. A 1979 graduate of Greencastle High School, he was a floral designer, beginning his career at Eitel's Flowers and Gifts. He had also worked in Chicago and Deland, Fla. He was formerly employed by Marsh Supermarket in Greencastle...