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Stephen J. LaPille Jr., age 83

first_imgStephen J. LaPille Jr., age 83 of Metamora, IN passed away Saturday, October 22, 2016 in Batesville, IN.  Born October 28, 1933 in Cincinnati, OH he was the son of the late Stephen Sr. & Lucille (Adams) LaPille.  He served his country in the US Air Force during Korea with the 123rd Radar Early Warning Unit.Mr. LaPille is survived by his wife Betsy (Kemper) LaPille, his children Stephanie Ivy, Lisa Osbourne, Timothy LaPille & Christopher LaPille.  He will also be missed by 3 grandchildren, and 3 great grandchildren.  In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his son Stephen LaPille III, brothers Ronald LaPille and Patrick LaPille.Private services at the convenience of the family will be held with Meyers Funeral Home.  Memorials are suggested to SPCA of Brookville or SE Indiana YMCA.  Online condolences at www.meyersfuneralhomes.comlast_img read more

Axe to ‘disappear’ during Wisconsin, Minnesota game

first_imgUPDATE: Gary Andersen released a statement clarifying his comments in regards to the post game celebration. It appears as if the trophy will be presented in the winning team’s end zone rather than on the sidelines or in the locker room.————-When Wisconsin and Minnesota meet on Saturday for the 124th time, it will not only be for the right to hoist Paul Bunyan’s Axe, but more importantly, for the Big Ten West Division title and a trip to Indianapolis for the Big Ten Championship Game.But the winner of Saturday’s matchup between No. 14 Wisconsin and No. 22 Minnesota at Camp Randall will have a new wrinkle to their postgame celebrations. Wisconsin head coach Gary Andersen said the Axe will be held in the winning team’s locker room following the game as opposed to on the sidelines and will “disappear” during the game. The winning team will be able to bring the Axe onto the field to celebrate with fans after they receive it in their locker room where they will likely also “chop” down the losing team’s goal post.This is a result of what occurred in Minnesota last season when a scuffle broke out on the field between the Badgers and Gophers following Wisconsin’s 20-7 defeat of Minnesota.“Last year was unfortunate,” Andersen said. “I don’t think myself or [Minnesota head coach Jerry] Kill liked the way that it went down. I don’t think it’s good for college football and I don’t think it is good for our kids.“No one’s going to protect those kids when they’re on the field because the coaches are gone, the security is gone, there’s nobody out there and all of a sudden we’re asking 200 kids to run around the football field and not put themselves in harm’s way.”Andersen said Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez is on board with the decision but that he has yet to talk to Kill about it.But it appears as if Wisconsin running back and Heisman candidate Melvin Gordon doesn’t fully support Andersen’s decision. Regardless of where the Axe will be held, Saturday’s game is the biggest for either team and one of the most important games between the two rivals in recent memory.The Badgers and Gophers will kickoff at 2:30 p.m. Saturday from Camp Randall Stadium. However, UW defensive back Michael Caputo has a different thought about the new postgame Axe ceremony.last_img read more