Friday, October 3, 2003
'Big Lil' heads back to Deerfield Twp.
Loveland Scoutmaster leaves 'sSurvivor'
Lillian Morris of Deerfield Township was voted out of the "losing-est" Survivor tribe ever Thursday on Survivor: Pearl Islands.
"My biggest regret is that I didn't stay in longer to represent the beautiful state of Ohio," the 51-year-old Scoutmaster for Loveland Boy Scout Troop 617 said at the end of the popular CBS reality show.
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Earlier, Morris prayed for strength and said, "I'm staying in here as long as I can." But she irritated her Morgan tribe members when she decided to go fishing alone and lost their hook.
Chicago lawyer Andrew Savage, a University of Cincinnati Law School graduate, told Morris she was an "unbelieveable asset to this tribe."
Said Morris: "I'd like to think I'm valuable."
The Drake tribe holds a clear advantage in the $1 million game show, eight members to five.
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