Freeda Mae Hansmann, 90, of Versailles passed away at 8:15am, Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at the Ridge Wood Health Campus in Lawrenceburg. She was born near Canaan in Jefferson County on September 4, 1928 the daughter of Frederick and Myrtle Daleglish Hankins. She was married to Paul Hansmann on February 14, 1948 and he preceded her in death on March 31, 1994. Survivors include one son Paul (Laura) Hansmann, Jr. of Coon Rapids, Minnesota; one grandson Lance (Tiffany) Hansmann of Burnsville, Minnesota; one granddaughter Heather (Joe) Terry of Minnetonka, Minnesota; two great-granddaughters Piper and Paige Terry; one sister Maxine Roberts of Madison. She was also preceded in death by her parents, her son Brad Hansmann, her brothers Mitchell, Loren, David, and William Hankins; and her sisters Lela Elston, Marjorie Mathews, Esther Hoffman, and Loretta Fleek. Mrs. Hansmann was a 1947 graduate of Milan High School. She was a homemaker and a member of the Washington Baptist Church at Elrod. Freeda loved children and for 28 years while Paul’s job took them to different places, she taught pre-school in Springfield, Illinois, Canton, Ohio, Peoria, Illinois, and Sioux City, Nebraska. At the Washington Baptist Church Freeda taught Sunday school and worked with the VBS and Awana program. Another part of her personal ministry was to visit church members and friends in the nursing home. Funeral services will be held on Monday, July 22nd at 11am at the Washington Baptist Church with Rev. Bruce Fitzsimmons officiating. Burial will be in the Grandview Memorial Garden near Madison. Visitation will also be on Monday at the church beginning at 10am. Memorials may be given to the Washington Baptist Church in care of the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles.
Not only was the Liverpool girls bowling team looking to join its boys counterparts as regular-season SCAC Metro division champions, it would have a big-time advantage for its most important matches of the season.The Warriors are at home next Thursday for its league-championship showdown with Baldwinsville and then serve as hosts for the Feb. 2 Section III tournament.Before all that, Liverpool had to make sure it kept pace with B’ville, both of them 10-2 after last Tuesday’s matches as the Bees swept Fayetteville-Manlius and the Warriors held off West Genesee 2-1. Tags: bowlingC-NSliverpool Only Dominique Cimini bowled all three games for Liverpool against the Wildcats, finishing with a 512 series and high game of 190. Ashley Hardy contributed a 172 game and Mikayla Anguish stepped in late for a 155 game.Liverpool’s boys match with WG also ended 2-1, with the Warriors struggling far below their usual form, Brandon Davis shooting the best game of 192 during his 489 series.Josh Winzens had the best three-game total of 501. Devin Roberson, with a 473 series, beat out Deacon Roberson (449 series) and Zak Orsmby (442 series), but no Wildcats bowler shot better than Calvin Lee’s 451 series. Back home at Flamingo Bowl on Thursday, Liverpool’s boys honored its lone senior, Winzens, before its match against Syracuse, where Winzens shot a 254 in between games of 207 and 203 in his 664 series.On its way to another 3-0 sweep, the Warriors also had Devin Roberson open with a 246 in his 623 series and Deacon Roberson tear his way to a 265 to complete his 595 series.The Liverpool girls also beat Syracuse 3-0, the highlight Hardy’s 252 second game during her 577 set. Mackenzie Gill opened with a 204 in her 537 set, with Makenzi Ormsby shooting a 180 and finishing with a 490 series.Cicero-North Syracuse would have its own match against B’ville last Wednesday afternoon, and on the girls side it would push the first-place Bees, but take a 2-1 defeat.Brianna Mabee shot a 546 series that included a 190 and a pair of 178s. Katie Cloonan, with her 489 series, was seven pins of Kathryn Artz’s 482 set.Helping out, Marissa Leone closed with a 182 in her 473 series and Jessaia McGriff had a 461 series. On B’ville’s side, Jenna Spiech (579 series) and Amelia Ponto (546 series) led the way.Prior to that, C-NS swept Syracuse on Tuesday. The boys Northstars’ 5-0 win had J.J. O’Connell finish with games of 224 and 204 in his 609 series as Kyle Patterson shot a 199 in his 552 series and Tyler Dottolo contributed a 544 set.The girls match had C-NS gain a 5-0 shutout as Cloonan’s 192 game occurred in the middle of a 476 set five pins ahead of Artz’s 471 series. McGriff picked up a 456 series and Mabee had a three-game total of 421.On Senior Day Friday, C-NS swept Cortland, with the 3-0 boys victory featuring Dottolo’s 243 and 246 games as part of a 693 series.The depth was there, too, with Landon Spingler shooting 238 to close out a 625 series as Nick Wentworth’s 226 was in the middle of a 605 series. O’Connell contributed a three-game total of 600.And in the girls match, the Northstars won 2-1 over the Purple Tigers, Artz opening with a 210 in her 531 series. Cloonan, with a 489 series, was just ahead of McGriff’s 482 set as Cortland’s Calista VanEpps had a 545 series.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story
Students at American University in Dubai can now take an Introduction to Interactive Entertainment course offered by the USC School of Cinematic Arts.Using Cisco TelePresence 3210 Global Classroom technology, 19 students in AUD’s Mohammed Bin Rashid School for Communication are currently enrolled in a virtual lecture experience. TelePresence is high-definition audiovisual conference technology that links two physically separate rooms into a single conference room.According to AUD, the TelePresence technology was introduced in 2011 as part of a collaboration between Cisco and The Mohammed Bin Rashid School for Communication and is the first global classroom in the Arab world.AUD Students can communicate with USC Assistant Professor of the Practice William Huber via a three-screen plasma display in the university’s Student Center. The class examines the origins of video games and aims to help students critically analyze gaming and the evolution of the player/video game relationship.Huber said he can develop a close relationship with his students in Dubai because the technology the classroom uses allows him to see their faces and read their expressions more than he would be able to in a typical lecture setting.“Where I teach at USC, I stand on a stage, and I feel more remote,” Huber told Emirates News Agency. “TelePresence does have a feeling of a seminar, I feel I can look at the students directly and see exactly what they are doing.” Follow Kate on Twitter @km_guarino
While lamenting the barbaric manner centre referee, Mr Yusuf Garba, was manhandled by the disgruntled supporters, he noted that if such trends are not checked and erring supporters properly sanctioned by the League Management Company (LMC), they will b the game to disrepute.The Plateau United spokesman further alleged that as these shameful acts were being perpetrated, the management of Heartland FC and the Imo State Football Association did nothing to protect the match officials, especially the centre referee, who was beaten into coma with various dangerous objects. Players and officials of the Jos team and their supporters were also not spared.â€œApart from the injury inflicted on Peter Eneji, the team’s (Plateau United) cameraman, Jonah Dadyiam and Dan Kakwi were also assaulted. His camera was also damaged and a sum of N250,000 meant for feeding for some of the team’s officials also got missing in the process.â€œThe Team Manager, Abel Iliya, was not spared from the attack as he was chased around by the angry supporters of the home side and subsequently lost his Samsung Galaxy X7 mobile phone in the process before he was rescued.â€œAs if that was not enough, Head Coach, Kennedy Boboye, who was attacked by the hoodlums at the stadium, was also waylaid and attacked a second time on his way to Port-Harcourt by suspected Heartland fans who apparently were angry with the draw. Boboye had to be rushed to the hospital before he was revived.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Seriki Adinoyi in JosThe Management of Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) Champions Plateau Utd FC Jos has condemned the physical assault on its players and officials by supporters of Heartland FC after their Match day 18 fixture ended 1-1 at the Dan Anyiam Stadium in Owerri on Monday evening.In a statement by the Media Officer of the club, Chief Albert Dakup, Plateau United alleged that the action of the Heartland FC supporters did not come as a surprise in view of the earlier threat they made before the game started.