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Stories from Monday, November 5, 2007

DePauw tests high altitude balloon network (11/05/07)
A single balloon floated high above DePauw's Julian Science and Mathematics Center at 10:03 a.m. on Saturday morning. A few hours later, it crash-landed nine miles north of New Castle, Ind., after reaching the near space height of 96,700 feet, bringing the scientific community one step closer to demonstrating a new emergency communication system...
DePauw drops contest with Centre; Cotton closes book on 39-year career (11/05/07)
By CAINE GARDNER Sports Writer In frigid conditions, the DePauw men's soccer team fell to visiting Centre, 1-0 at Boswell Field Saturday. Saturday's game marked the end of an era at DePauw, as head coach Page Cotton coached his final game for the Tigers...
Tigers Shut Out Rhodes; Marks Ties SCAC Record, Dick throws for 174 (11/05/07)
Memphis, Tenn. - The DePauw defense recorded its first shutout in two years and Jeremiah Marks rushed for three touchdowns to tie the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference scoring record as the Tigers took a 21-0 victory at Rhodes. DePauw improved to 7-2 with its third straight win and finished SCAC play at 5-2, while the Lynx dropped to 5-4 overall and 3-3 in the SCAC...
DPU swimmers win (11/05/07)
Springfield, Ohio -- DePauw improved to 2-1 on the season after defeating Wittenberg, 171.5-124.5. The Tigers started the meet by winning the 200-yard medley relay as Lindsay Riggs, Sally Tabler, Kelsey Warsinske and Katie Massey won in 1:30.50. Amanda Stier and Maddison Hamil each won three events to lead the Tigers. ...
DePauw field hockey wins SCAC (11/05/07)
Sewanee, Tenn. - DePauw opened Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference play in mid-September with losses at Centre and Sewanee, but this weekend it avenged both and, today, won its first SCAC title with a 3-2 win over host Sewanee. Katie Sowar delivered the game-winning goal with just under seven minutes left and the Tigers held on for the win which lifted their season record to 12-8...
Tiger volleyball finishes fourth (11/05/07)
Sheman, Texas - DePauw's shot at the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference title came to an end in the semifinals as top-seed and third-ranked Trinity blanked DePauw 3-0 (30-27, 30-14, 30-26). DePauw then dropped a 3-0 decision (30-11, 30-26, 30-20) to Southwestern in the third-place match. The Tigers finished the regular season at 24-13...
DPU women's soccer gets win (11/05/07)
DePauw wrapped up the 2007 campaign with a 1-0 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference win over visiting Centre and finished with a 7-12 overall record and a 5-4 SCAC mark. Centre dropped to 11-6-1 overall and 5-3-1 in conference play. Kristen McMahon scored the game's only goal on an assist from Sarah Hile at 73:40...
SP basketball to collect canned goods (11/05/07)
The South Putnam boys' and girls' basketball teams will be collecting canned goods at all home varsity and junior varsity games throughout the season. For every canned good a person donates, they will receive a ticket good for .50 cents of at the concession stand. This will not include tournaments...
Bruce E. Parker (11/05/07)
Doris Marjean Coffman (11/05/07)
Doris Marjean Cummings Coffman, 73, Plainfield, died Saturday. Born in Cloverdale, she was the daughter of Herman and Dorothy (Carpenter) Cummings. A graduate of Stilesville High School, she was a beautician for more than 0 years, retiring in 2003. She was a member of Stilesville Christian Church...
Stephen A. Mark (11/05/07)
Stephen A. Mark, 72, Greencastle, died Saturday. He was the son of John and Edna (Hasbrook) Mark. A U.S. Air Force veteran, he was a carpenter for Carpenters Union 60 for 40 years. He married Rosamond Hardesty Mark, who preceded him in death. Surviving are daughters Debbie Sparks and husband Karl, Greencastle, Nancy Porter and husband Rick, Indianapolis; son Aaron Bradford Mark, Brownsburg; sisters Mary Jane Shea, Ada Nokleberg and Sally Muth, North Dakota, Ethel Rotenberger, Arizona; brother Tim Mark, North Dakota; eight grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.. ...
Patricia Ann Bolton (11/05/07)
Patricia Ann Bolton, 71, Cloverdale, died Sunday at her residence. Born in Indianapolis, she was the daughter of James B. and Inez M. (Medcalf) Scott. She was a network administrative assistance for Ameritec (SBC) in Indianapolis, and a member of the Wondering Quilters, Spencer...
Teresa A. Keck (11/05/07)
Teresa A. (Knever) Keck, 54, Greencastle, died Saturday morning at her residence. Born in Terre Haute, she was the daughter of Charles Joseph and Ginneve M. Knever. A 1971 graduate of Rosedale High School, she graduated from Alvin Community College in Texas with a degree in chemistry. She worked as a lab technician at Quest Diagnostics Clinical Lab in Houston, Texas, and previously at CBS Records in Terre Haute for nine years. She was a member of Friendswood United Methodist Church in Texas...
Melvin E. Lanham (11/05/07)
Melvin E. Lanham, 76, Gosport, died Saturday at his residence. Born in Lebanon, he was the son of George N. and Mabel (Copeland) Lanham. he was a member of United Steel Workers of America Local 1999. He married Lois Jean Bea, who preceded him in death...
Putnam Scanner for Nov. 5, 2007 (11/05/07)
Putnam County Jail Six people were booked into the Putnam County Jail recently. • Lance Whitney Morrison, 21, Cloverdale, was booked in at 3:40 p.m. Friday for violation of home detention. He was arrested at PCJ. • Madonna K. Rourke, 52, Greencastle, was booked in at 2:06 a.m. Saturday for driving while intoxicated. She was arrested by Greencastle Officer Nick Eastham...
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