Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: Glendale HomeCollectionsOhio State
IN THE NEWS

Ohio State

RELATED KEYWORDS:
FEATURED ARTICLES
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | July 16, 2009
GLENDALE — Over the past year, St. Francis High standout Dietrich Riley has attracted plenty of attention and, in many cases, outright football scholarship offers from major universities across the country. By his own count, he’s got 18 offers currently on the table, and has been recruited by such tradition-rich programs as USC, Notre Dame, Alabama and Nebraska, just to name a few. But, with his final year of high school still on the horizon and plenty of time left before he has to make a decision on where to attend college, the two-way star is hoping to further expand his field of choices before ultimately narrowing them down.
NEWS
November 17, 2004
THIS WEEK With four weeks remaining, things are still tight at the top with a few of the fearless forecasters. The best week was turned in by Grant Gordon, who went 11-4. However, the new guy still trails second-place Edgar Melik-Stepanyan by three games and leader Jeff Tully by five. Can Tully hold on to his lead for a few more weeks? Probably not. The CIF Southern Section high school playoffs start Friday, with four local teams in action. Crescenta Valley will take on a tough opponent in host St. Paul.
NEWS
November 17, 2004
With four weeks remaining, things are still tight at the top with a few of the fearless forecasters. The best week was turned in by Grant Gordon, who went 11-4. However, the new guy still trails second-place Edgar Melik-Stepanyan by three games and leader Jeff Tully by five. Can Tully hold on to his lead for a few more weeks? Probably not. The CIF Southern Section high school playoffs start Friday, with four local teams in action. Crescenta Valley will take on a tough opponent in host St. Paul.
NEWS
December 28, 2001
Chuck Benedict These are things you might or might not know about the late Dr. Les Horvath, Glendale resident and dentist for more than 40 years: Horvath's boyhood dream was to play at Notre Dame, but he was turned down by the Irish at South Bend. Too small, they said. Dejected, he returned to his native Cleveland and found a football home downstate at Ohio State University, where he performed, studied, fraternized and patronized, either onsite or in absentia, for the rest of his life.
NEWS
October 8, 2003
Gary Moskowitz Longtime Glendale resident and former Glendale Community College professor Dorothy Esther Klotz has died, leaving her $9-million estate to an Ohio facility. Klotz, who died Sept. 26 at her home in Glendale, was 96. She was born Jan. 30, 1907, in Chillicothe, Ohio, and had lived in Glendale for 78 years. Klotz, who moved to the area after graduating from Ohio State University, had no surviving family members. Klotz gave her entire estate -- about $9 million -- to the Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute, said longtime friend Joel Youngquist, Klotz's trustee.
NEWS
October 28, 2004
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan Jim Brown has an interesting tale about how the UCLA football team discovered him. While he was playing football for Loyola High in 1951, UCLA came to recruit Karl Rupke, who was a defensive end for Mt. Carmel, the Cubs' opponent on a fateful night. Brown, a Glendale resident, had the assignment of blocking Rupke. A long story put short, Brown looked like an All-American guard while blocking a supposedly star defender. That's why UCLA recruited Brown, who wasn't sought after by the Bruins before his game against Rupke.
FEATURES
September 8, 2006
The Unitarian Universalist Church of the Verdugo Hills has a new interim minister, the Rev James Bodman, Ph.D. Rev. Bodman kicks off the new church year with the service at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 10, at 4451 Dunsmore Ave. There will be a special welcoming gathering ceremony for visitors at 9 a.m. on Sunday, featuring a light brunch. All interested or hungry persons are welcome. Bodman is a graduate of Ohio State University's McCormick Theological Seminary, Cal State L.A. and University of Southern California, where he received his doctorate.
NEWS
April 1, 2005
Aug. 24, 1930-March 24, 2005 William Allen Woolson was born Aug. 24, 1930 in Columbus, Ohio. He was the third child of Harold and Mildred Woolson. He spent his first 11 years in Laurelville - a small town south of Columbus. He had a wonderful childhood growing up in that small town with his sisters Marty and Ginny. When Bill was 11, his family moved to Columbus where his dad owned a grocery store. He grew up on the west side, graduating from West High School. Bill attended Ohio State University where he was a member of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and participated in the ROTC program.
NEWS
May 18, 2005
Ryan Carter A lack of business and an inability to attract downtown lunchtime traffic has forced the Glendale Farmer's Market to move for the second time in two months. Beginning on May 26, the market's roughly two dozen vendors will move temporarily to the grassy lot owned by the Ohio State Teachers' Retirement Fund at the corner of West Wilson Avenue and North Brand Boulevard, while street reconstruction continues on Brand, officials said. The market's hours will be 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., with access from Orange Street, officials said.
NEWS
By: Fred Ortega | September 22, 2005
A day before the Glendale Farmer's Market was scheduled to make its third move in six months, city officials announced Wednesday that they had brokered a deal to keep the popular attraction at Brand Boulevard and Wilson Avenue until at least Oct. 13. Having been displaced in March from its original site in front of the Exchange by the reconstruction work on Brand Boulevard, the market was first moved to the corner of...
ARTICLES BY DATE
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | July 16, 2009
GLENDALE — Over the past year, St. Francis High standout Dietrich Riley has attracted plenty of attention and, in many cases, outright football scholarship offers from major universities across the country. By his own count, he’s got 18 offers currently on the table, and has been recruited by such tradition-rich programs as USC, Notre Dame, Alabama and Nebraska, just to name a few. But, with his final year of high school still on the horizon and plenty of time left before he has to make a decision on where to attend college, the two-way star is hoping to further expand his field of choices before ultimately narrowing them down.
Advertisement
Glendale News-Press Articles Glendale News-Press Articles
|