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Glenville State College took third GSC hit 32 of 66 field goals for 48.7 place in the Williamson Invitational percent and hit on 17 of 23 foul shots. tournament on Tuesday, Dec. 30 by nipping Concord. 81-80, in the last two Concord. who hit on 35 of 64 for four of us flew, by float plane, into the Fourth minutes of play. 54.7 percent, was led by Steve Maine for a few days of some highly-touted Charles Warner sunk two charity Herndon with 23 points, Bruch a unique wilderness experience. The flight was the tosses with 2:02 showing on the clock Habershon with 21 and Dave Brinckley and for Carol Pike. Her dad, Ben, and his company to give the Pioneers the lead and with 12. Were our hosts, helped in the victory. Warner is the in the spring hole." Ben assured us and after unloading leading foul shooter in the West The G-men led at the half 5(}-48, in the cabin, that's exactly where we headed - to the Virginia Conference. but the score was tied six times in the fished spinners; Ben and I tied on handmade The score was tied at 76-76, when first half. And before Warner sunk his to bring up the big ones. We fished hard. but Warner entered the game to replace two charity throws, the score was tied we couldn't raise a fish. We were skunked, injured Robert Hawkins. Warner has three times. end of the lake to the other, but we still couldn't hit 28 of 29 free throws for the season. retired to the cabin for a little relaxation while the Leading the Pioneers with 20 Tom Coates and Danny Pruden a fishing pole and went out to "putter" around points was Tom Coates who hit eightwere named to the all-conference lainutes later, the "puttering" girls came running, with baskets and four fouls. Danny Pruden tourney team. daddy." Thinking one of them must have fallen in. got 16 points and Warner ended up with 12. The win upped Glenville's Glenville's next home bout is Jan. 7 instead of wet. shivering teenages, there stood two with Fairmont. season record to 5-4. |as a circus clown. Carol held up a 14-inch brook trout as in right under the dock." Ben and I never caught I cast around for all kind of good luck charms, hoping scoring success might take a turn for the better. In the first day out for walleye and northerns, who came est? Mark Deal. the youngest fisherman in our a teenager then! sitting in a rowboat, bobber fishing with worms, and in fish after fish while I went without a strike. I was as he - and on the same side of the boat? That too. How come? ringneck pheasant hunt. "I'll take the birds that said to my hunting partner. "You take the ones to the the birds fly? To the left, of course. hunting trip to Pennsylvania I took a stand on the my host was on the north end and a friend on the :the dipsy-doodling doves began to fly for their nighttime But the flight path of the birds, of course, crossed of the cornfield, not the south. For some reason, the the aerial highway over my stand. took me across Biscayne Bay and out into the ame fishing - a first for me. We tried for sailfish and ! hours of fruitless trolling we gave it up as "one of those to catch a flight for home that evening. The telephone door of Tom's home. It was Stu Apte calling from | coast. "C'mon up. the sails are in. We're slaying 'era!" wrong place at the wrong time! a Kansas riverbottom, my partner sent me along one the opposit side. Where were the coveys? On his sPECIAl Broughlon Milk Gal lug-S1.59 SUPERE[IE uirrel season two years ago. I joined Bob Reed and holler or two near Glenville. I saw - and downed - covered a mile or more of wooded hillside. more than 100 yards and Limited out. Wesffall? Ha beyond where I had stopped and saw more squirrels that year. ~su/,e to turn." rve kept saying to myself. Well, it turned Nicholson found me walking a back road. It was about we can find those grouse?" he asked, referring to a he said, put up while deer hunting. I had just with no success. "Let's go." I said, and we headed for covert. I had left my bird dog at home. for an hour without flushing one bird. We'll never "'flushing'~average at this rate, I thought. Last year, Natural Resources, avid grouse hunters flushed 1.95 In our Western area {the best in "the state}, hunters grouse per hour. ePen field, then met to plan our last strategy, I'd go high and we plunged into a bowl-like hollow thick with of those "birdy" hillsides where you just know grouse We both heard the first "pheasant" flush, but didn't my over-and-under at "pert arms" and plodded jungle like-thicket of thorny briars. Sure enough, a out, but up-not down. I swung with the bird and "rained" through the brush and surprisingly the big bird the grouse - a male - and started out again. to Greg. "There's got to be more birds in here." I had get his. Late in the day, I've found, the birds usually fly Where Greg was - downhill. Fifteen minutes later, but it went up in front of me, not Greg, and as it it with one shell. clover with me. It was in my tackle box, and I foot charm at home. One more grouse flushed that above me, not Greg. It put a cedar tree between us VCe switched then, Greg up high, me down low. But we For several weeks in late November and early December. over 11,300 Red Delicious Apples were given to travelers and vacationists stopping for West Virginia maps and information. The apples were all grown in Eastern Panhandle orchards this summer. "Everyone wanted to know where they were grown in West Virginia," recalled Mrs. Lana Sue Mcclain. Supervisor of the 1-77 Information Center at Mineral Wells near Parkersburg. "A lot of people wanted to pay for them. They just couldn't believe we were giving them out this way for free." added Mrs. Mary Jan Dieterich, Supervisor of the 1-81 Information Center (Southbound) near Falling Waters. Giving one apple per person, it took her staff just over a week to distribute their amount. Visitations in 21/2 hours. We beat the state average and the besides. As good as that was, it was little consolation to a shot. I know how he must have felt. At long last. the while I can truly sympathize with luckless Greg. for of sport. Now, ff I can only get Amy to point one still seem to favor me, this season will truly be IIIIII by le~ Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hardman spent Christmas day in Buckhannon as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lundell and Brian. Mrs. LundeU is the former Shirley Hardman. Mrs. Michael "Jim" Bush and children of.Ripley and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Butcher of Troy. Mrs. Madeline Davidson spent Christmas in Cuttler with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Denis Pritt. Mrs. Floda Davis returned to her home in Baldwin after spending the summer with her son Jack and family in Mineral Wells. Also visiting were Mr. and Mrs. Geo Schimmel of St. Albans. Mrs. Davis reports she has a new great grandson, William Todd Schimmel. This is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schimmel of Mineral Wells. Here to spend the Holiday with the Argial Carsons were Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Carson, of Weston, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Furches of Winston Salem, N.C., Miss Taunie Radcliff of St. Cloud, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Radcliff of Kissimmee, Florida, Michael Ross Springston 9f Little Hocking, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Masgus of Mt. Orah, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs, Jim Smith of New Winsor, Maryland, were here to visit Blair Kirkpatrick and Hazel. Mrs. Ethel Berry was a Christmas dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bush. Horse Blanket Horse Care Products Available.Halter The yellow color of the Horse Shoes withered mistletoe branch Dawson Farm - 462-7119 was thought to be endowed with the power to discover buried treasure. tN Tack & Supply were averaging over 200 to 300 travelers per day. There were 100 tray pack bushels distributed among the centers. Half were purchased by the Department. The West Virginia Horticulture Society donated 50 tray packs, according to Turner A. Ramey of Charles Town, society president. The free apples were distributed to call attention to this year's bumper crop. FABRIC SALE JAN. 8th THRU JAN. 25th all 100% POLYESTER FABRICS 60" TO 66" wide $1.98 to $2.69 PER YD. MACHINE WASHABLE VELVET 45" TO 54" WIDE S2.49 PER YD. LARGE BATH TOWELS $1.00 EACH JENNY'S FABRIC SHOP NORTH SIDE OF GRANTSVILLE PHONE 354-7276 or 354-7532 I I January 8, 1976 "l'h,, Glenville l)emocrat/Pathfmder 5 In the Shrine Invitational tourna- ment crown at Ben Johnson Fietdhouse on January 3, Case-Western Reserve nipped Glenville Stale in the consolation game, 72-71. In the first 20 minutes of play, GSC managed to connect on just 10 of 41 field goal attempts. Glenville trailed at the starting tipoff and hit on only two of their first 10 attempts. Roger Dingey. who had 20 points in the 75459 loss between GSC and Allegheny on Friday night, was held to just three markers against Case in the first half by a great defensive effort by Paul Shivers. At the start of the second half, GSC Coach Jess Lilly made several adjustments moving freshman Danny Pruden from guard to forward and putting in Gary Nottingham and Randy Hess at the backcourt positions. Lilly's moves proved effective as the Pioneers eventually shaved down Case's intermission lead of 45-33. Pruden sank a 15-foot jump shot to cut the lead to 55-50 with just 11 minutes to play. With 8:18 showing, Tom Coates gave the Pioneers their first lead of the game, 58-57. Up until 1:05 left. GSC maintained a slim advantage, when John Daugherty put Case out front again with a three-point play. 68-67. The Pioneers quickly came back with a one point advantage, but Case took over the lead again, With just I1 seconds to play, Termini put the Case lead to 70-69, Pruden, under much pressure, called a time out and GlenviUe was charged with a technical foul because it was their sixth. 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