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March 4, 1976 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder ...... ,..,.- Trojans topple Clover Sal!m 82 81 stay undefeated ' 0. Pioneers fall to - SPORTS in the FIELD:o00k/0000V2,! : 2-  but memories now as Salem squeaked t SeSm:l i !5 ii0 it io;iii ikid "oN o by an 82-81 decision in first round action of the WVC basketball more memorable campouts occurred about six years ago when and I canoed our way up the Delaware River between New Jersey ia to a high, bank-side, pine-tree campsite overlooking what was a walleye hotspot. Dick, a small-town Kansas boy who had to my home state in the early 60's was a frequent g/Camping/hunting buddy of mine and the best caffisherman I've ever of knowing. He was also a walleye fan. That weekend on the . just one of many outdoor adventures we shared along the Delaware. second home." Because we were confined to the canoe, we packed only a of gear - a small tent, one pot and a fry pan. utensils, one , , . stove, food, sleeping bags, and. of course, rods, reels and tackle m tact we skimped so much we forgot coffee and had to beach our boat ]ar of "instant" from a kindly riverside resident who happened to be Yard as we paddled by. plicity of that campout, plus a full moon that rose over the night, that made the weekend as memorable as it was. I was that canoe-camping safari last week as the annual deluge of equipment catalogs began to pour in. It seems that every and leisure-time product manufacturer has taken it upon the camping world. It's an attempt, I suppose, to take the out of outdoor living and to make it as much like home living as idea, of course, being that if you can make camping comfortable might take to the outdoors. If more people camp these companies lore gear. Sell more gear and profits rise. As profits rise, rs rejoice. As stockholders reioice, they in turn move from the necessities to luxury gear. The more luxury gear they buy ... circle! in that circle though, I wonder if the pleasures of simple g, of good old-fashioned outdoor fun, don't get lost in the shuffle for r example, consider one of the newest tent offerings. It's fancifully Mar, a 12 x 9-foot moisture-, wind-, rough-house and flame y-from home, complete with lock-o-matic, spring-loaded, self color coded, heavy-duty, polished aluminum poles; stakes, stake flaps, screening and zippered weathertight door flap. It has an at the ridge so you can stand inside. And there are than this - some with partitioned rooms. luxury campers to dig a shoulder hole and sleep Indian style Today you can choose comfort from a host of camping beds - poly-pads, cots of every description. If you choose a blow-up You have several ways to go. You can, for example, purchase a job made of waterproofed nylon. To inflate, all you do is unscrew and pop - it inflates itself to about the size of a king-size salami 19 wide}. Or you can use bulb-type foot operated pump to any huffing and puffing. Better yet, just plug an Inflate-All 90 into your car cigarette lighter and it'll blow up the mattress in and car tires, and balloons, or anything needing air. L sleeping bags makers have a new wrinkle. It's called a "Hot Foot" an extra half pound of Dacron 88 on one end of the bag to Warm feet on cold nights! a wood fire, over charcoal, or even on a pump-up gas stove is necessary. One of the latest additions to the cooking line is called a kitchen {from Australia, no doubt}. With this compact, camp cooker, fueled by propane in an attached cylinder, you bake, smoke, steam, toast, and fry, or use it as a pressure can even use it as a dishpan. a nhe, in-ttlmp' Card plye? Afraid of the dark? You cgn entire campsite with one, two, even three mantle gasoline or With battery-operated fluorescent affairs if you prefer. You can bright lights to hook up to your car battery or that plug into the lighter. To keep down the bugs that will undoubtedly flock to your Can find everything from slow-burning coils of repellent to king-size and campsite loggers that will exterminate every insect in sight. for a campfire, No back-breaking, arm-wearying chore today. ,rnini gas-powered chain saw. of bears? Or thieves {an increasing problem in crowded Rig up an alarm. One mail-order outfitter now offers what it Burglar Alarm." It operates off four penlite batteries and is to your tent or camper door. It emits a powerful siren shriek any intruder away. Wonder how it works on skunks and coons? has to keep his food cold. Now at least one outfit, obviously comfort camper, advertises a colossal cooler - "The closest )r that's ever been opened in the great outdoors," as the It has an 80-quart capacity and room for a 25-1b. block of ice. it contains a one-gallon water bottle so you can quench your hot days. of convenience camping goodies is endless. How about a tent heater, a pdrtable generator, portable sink, portable toilet, free-standing cabana for showers in camp? They've even replaced with a use-it-over-and-over metal match. You can buy lantern and even a solar cigarette lighter, if you don't mind not smoking at cloudy days! Conveniences, I guess, are nice and they do enable some who raight shun outdoor living to get in on some enjoyable camping fun. B l'nl iust old-fashioned enough to believe that those outdoor safaris I have so often taken are the camping experiences that will be the most. tournament at Charleston's Civic Center February 25. Despite its closeness, the game was overshadowed by the net scorching abilities of Salem's Archie Talley. The 6-1 senior guard from Washington sizzled the nets with 39 points to top career conference scoring star Joe Miller of Alderson-Broaddus who set the conference record in 1957 with a career total of 3,666 points. The game was interupted briefly when. WVC Commissioner Mike McLaughlin and NAIA football scoring leader Jack Deloplaine of Salem presented Talley with the game ball. Glenville, ironically though, was the team that seemed to catch fire after the presentation to Talley. grabbing a 69-66 lead on Tom Coates' field goal with 8:54 left. Also taking a back seat to Talley's feat was a 28-performance by Coates, a iunior from Pittsburgh, and a 24-point effort by the Pioneer' Wayne Washington, a freshman from Brandywine, Md. The lead, though, changed hands four more times before Glenville again forged a three-point edge, 79-76, on a pair of Coates' field goals. Then, after Talley pumped in his final field goal of the game and 3,676th career point to bring Salem within one, at 79-76, Coates intercepted a Tiger pass and tossed to the speedy Washington for a snowbird at 0:46 for another three-point Glenville advantage, 81-78. However, Salem's Jim Hartnett sank two free throws at 0:32 to cut the Pioneer lead to one, 81-80 and set the stage for the final frantic seconds of play. spied Mitchell all alone ov the baseline and slipped him a pass for a iayup at 0:14 to put Salem up. 81-81. After a Glenville timeout at 0:11, Coates. trying to get down court quickly against a Salem press, turned the ball over with six seconds left. Greg Arnette fouled Mitchell on the inbounds pass a second later but the Salem cager misfired at the charity stripe with Coates hauling down the rebound, but being called for charging at 0:01 to wrap up the win for Salem. In all, Talley connected on 16 of 37 field goal attempts and swished seven of eight free throws for his 39 points as Salem upped its record to 6-15. Glenville, which deserved a better fate after the Pioneers played their hearts out before a predominantly pro-Archie Talley crowd, finished its campaign with a 12-16 mark. However. the Pioneers will be heard from in the next couple years if the Wednesday performances of freshmen Washington and Charles Warner along with Sophomores Roger Dingey and Arnette, plus Junior Coates are any indication. SALEM (82} - Talley 16 7-8 39, Hartnett 3 4-4 10. Mitchell 6 3-5 15, Crawford 7 0-0 14, Morina 2 0-0 4, Davis O O.O O GLENVILLE {81) - Dingey 6 0-1 12, Warner 3 1-2 7, Datcher 0 0-0 O, Washington 11 2-4 24, Coates 14 O-1 28, Pruden 4 2-2 10, Arnette O 0-0 0 Halftime Score: Salem 45. Glenville 42. Total fouls: Salem 16. Glenville 16. Fouled out: None. Technicals: None. Local bowline led by "Has-Beens" The Troy Trojans 1976 have remained undefeated. Mike King took scoring honors with 19 points to lead the Troy Trojans to a 62-34 victory over Clover in the championship game of a tournament held in Spencer last week. King's 19 points established a new school record of 301 points for the year's campaign. The Trojans finished the season with a perfect 16-0 record, the second time in four years the elementary school's basketball team has finished undefeated. The school now has a four year mark of 58 wins against only 10 losses, The "Has-beens" bowling team continues to lead the GSC Faculty and Staff Bowling League following league play this past weekend. The team. Reta and Gary Kight and Sharon and Jim Mencer have copped 431/2 games to 221/2 losses to stay 11/2 games ahead of the "Left-overs" (Colleen and Bantz 3 Collins. Elsie Kirkpatrick and Bob Reed} in a nip-and-tuck race for the first place trophy. Also, in contention are the "Monkeyshiners" ' {Kate Waggoner, Clarence Bumgardner and Ola and Jr. Boggs} with 40 wins and 26 , losses. Bantz Collins has garnered the lions share of league-leading statistics for men so far this season with high game {244}; high average (171}; and high series (606}: high handicap game honors are held by Darrell Heiney {254) with high handicap series going to Jr. BeRgs with a 664. Elsie Kirkpatrick and Sandy Waggoner lead the ladies in the league with Elsie holding on to high average (169): high series (510} and high handicap series {637) and Sandy leading with honors in high game (239) and high handicap game (257). The twelve-team handicap league bowls each Sunday and Monday at the Pioneer Center lanes. NEED FOOD? PROVE IT "Zero base budgeting," an old idea with a new name, is helping businesses cut costs and could prove just as beneficial to family f'mances. Under this system, no expenditure is scheduled simply because it was incurred last year; each expense item must be justified as though it were a brand new compet!tor for a place in  the budget, INCOME AVERAGING FOR DIVORCEES When a person has considerably more income one year, he can often reduce the tax bite by averaging out income over a five year period. What about a divorcee who had no personal income until she took a job after the divorce. IRS says that if eligible she can average, figuring her pre-divorce income at one half the total of her income plus her husband's. SHIPPING BOOKS BY MAIL Families who read a lot can save a t bundle when they Change homes, especially if the move is across country. Instead of paying the mover to deliver your library, ship the books parcel post, special fourth class book rate. NOTICE OF ELECTION , . (i Ntice is hereby given that a spec,al elect=on for the tYh,f. Glenville will be held Tuesday, March 9, 1976 for Prloose of renevl of levy for streets and curbs. Edna White, Recorder City of Glenville STREET PINE MANOR GROCERY GLENVILLE t4y Your fishina tackle at the store that has everything. argest selectionof stock to choose from, fast catalog servtce n any item we don't have in stock, no help, no rent, buying in quantity, all means better prices, satisfaction, more time to fun from fishing. mual fishing contest for all qualified customers. Coach Bill Jones stated that five years of coaching in the that Mike King is the best Jr. player I've seen." Jones also Scott Carney of the Trojans saying also played exceptionally well the tourney." Ricky Moore made the ment team along with Carney King. The Troy Cheerleaders also top cheering honors during the ceremony after the tourney. Purina Farmers Chows Friend We carry a complete line of Purina Chows Et Health Care Products, also a complete line of Protein Blocks, Salts Et Supplements. Custom Mixed Feeds DAWSON TACK Et SUPPLY Glen00'lle,00 Rope Yourself A DEAL[ ON A USED CAR 1975 H ornet 6 cy. Automatic Trans. Mileage 14,798 1972 Chevrolet Impala 2 Door, Air, Tilt Wheel, Gold 1971 Ford Maverick Grabber 6 cyl., auto. trans., 26,000 miles 1970 Chev. Camaro P.S. Automatic Trans., Air. C. Red, Mileage 64,298 1973 Plymouth Gold Duster 6 cyl., auto. trans 1974 Datsun St. Trans Gold 22,000 miles 1967 International 1973 Comet 4 Door Blue, Very Clean 1969 Chrysler Air, P. Steering V-Roof Green 71,000 miles 1970 Mercury 2 Door Aut. Trn. Power Steering 67,000 1972 Plymouth Fury 4 door V8 Auto. Trans., Gold 1974 Chevrolet V-8, Std. Shift Low Mileage Ton ii "GLENVILLE FORD SALES i i 462-7336