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4 The Gienvllle Democrat/Pathfinder March 6, 1975 i:i ! Cam Henderson (tea I0 c, ching, wo.weekA' Davis and h. h,,,,, ,,,,s,:h.(.isummer, n ession.W°st V, Beat, Gassawa,Lions ]re t""' : tll'~ ~ ,,,: ;,,,~! Iwt:~tk ;Hid ztme receiv~d an A.B.l.)e~rm, at Salem "'Dec'" Spears as special lecturers. gra(tuah:d wilh Ihe Class ~}f 1911, lie continued for nine years, with national by Bessie J. Scott ,lere,,s(,, figures as l,ou Little, Fielding Yost amt ""* Eli t;amden llenderson was born(;allege eli 1017. it to )k lhrc,~ m,~,:rlime periods, but The Washington Post recently ", Henderson began his coachin After 12 years at, D & E. Cam went the Sand F.rk I.i-ns edged Gassaway, i,*,,., ." " February 5. 1890 near Manmngton, hJ Marshall College in ]935 as 53-51 to claim p.ssession of the Central earrmd the announcement that Cam W " " ~" "" • f l,~hv..... t (:arcer in 1912 when he became basketbaU and football coach. Iris West Vir~ini~ Sp.,rts t',onference • ~ est Vnr me. the son o_ , ..... a.... ~,~m~lFHdl toOf~hae:tbean~a;de ~ii~ii~eH~;~~ii~iiviiff=lll prin,:ipal of Bristol ttigh School wherebasketball team won the NAIB Tournament t:hampi.nship, he pruducedwinning basketball teams. Tournament at Kansas City in 1947. Behind the leadership and floor Itis first college football coaching was His teams won many conference andwizardry of lerrv Edwards and Reeky ~1 Muskingum College, 1920-1923. Here regional tournaments, as well as he coached the three major sports. In several invitation basketball lournff- Sprouse. both of whom scored 12 points in the contest, the Lions led the 1920 he began attending football ments, including one in Los Angeles. Elks through most of the first half. • ,,-, coaching schools conducted by lle once said there was nothing more Sand Fork enjoyed a 22-19 lead at the masters of the game. fur him to win. He had already been half. From Muskingum. Cam went to elected to membership in the Helms The Lions continued to impress in Davis and Elkins College where he had Foundation Hall of Fame. spectacular success in both basketball the second half with good shooting, and football with small squads always ~j~~~ reboundingandoverallfloorplay, but playmg leading teams. For example, the determined Elks closed the gap to during one season D&E defeated Army tie the game with three minutes left in and Navy on successive weekends, the game. The lead switched hands twice oglDHllNilliamiNtNlNNaaeaaaalilealllallalellanmaNNlllNUilUl| I m JAN. 27 TO MAIL 14, 19175 I ' Ii Win A New 1975 VEGA Automobile Or One Of Mary Appliances. Nothing To At Your Participating To,. dwl A NEW 1975 ! ~-,~~ ~,~, (luring the last two minutes of play. ~" .~.~, climaxed by a Gassaway rebounding ~ ~ ~ :~:~ bucket with only six seconds remaining .. in the fourth quarter. Gassaway capitalized on its momentum during the first overtime but couldn't put the game under wraps "• AUTOMOBILE I0 SECOND PRIZES.. . YOUR CHOICE OF ONE OF THE / • • • AUtOmAtiC Model LAA5700 .2-Speed, 4 Cycle * 3 Water Levels ,4 Wash Selectors ONLY W/T I AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER ] , Super Scour Two Spray Arms I I "k In-Doo[" Cutlery Rock I .k Cutting Board RULES: U I \ with one shot left in the last 39 seconds. The second overtime period was deadlocked, also. 47.-47. Sand Fork took a deep breath and put it all together in the third overtime stanza, maintaining a slight lead throughout. The Elks pressed Sand Fork and might have sent the game into another overtime had they enjoyed more success at the charity stripe. They were, v?-_~3 at the foul line Sand Fork's Ronnie b~Ung a Gassaway while the aggressive 8-13. Other Lion's who figures were Ronnie David Co(trill, both with CAlm Henderson GSC eliminated eady in WVIC AS has been shown, Cam was an innovator. He had the first integrated Frustrated during the regular Glenvillecoach Jesse team in West Virginia when he invited season because of lack of height, and he couldn't handle ttal Greer of Huntington to join the with their leading rebounder and beard strength, had his Thundering Herd. scorer Grog Arnette sidelined with an the llame with a Cam resigned from football ankle injury, the GSC Pioneers dropped . stallinll tactic to try coaching in 1950. After that he had their first game of the West Virginia ldg men away from Conference tournament at Charles- "We were going to some time for golf. He retired in 1955. Henderson died May 3, 1956 of a ton's Civic Center last week, 79-55. play our game, but heart attack. He is buried in theConcord camped 6-6 Kenny Sweet cooperate." Lilly said in Stalnaker Cemetery near Glenville. on one side of the basket and 6-5 Bruce room. "Yau just can't West Virginia. His widow, the former Habershon on the other and it was like six-footers.'" Roxie Bell of Glenville, and their stealing candy from a baby as the daughter Camille. Mrs. George Arthur Mountain Lions took just about everything they wanted coming off the Waldeck, live in Washington, D.C.boards. While Glenville back and forth and some yawned, Concord turned steals into an early Pioneers had to come out and play catch up "We just couldn't Sweet and Habershon on emmmm I ............................. Payment Plea' GA$$AWAY I I I We, the Cedar 4lie Community Club. are proud of our prngmes, ~hich is the lame, )ii~)~m result of hardworl~cooparaUon, andcontribodocm. Itis used by(he Club for all tt~ lPaere the Sand Fork amtivtttee, and the Senior Citizens and should be • center for other legitimato fortune ud fame. ~ irlWl programs. To maintain a decont and admirable building, we must follow some Tonight they re pla~izll i~t,,i~|, rules. Requests and charg~ for the use of our dub building wtfl depend on the from Troy manner in which the rules are kept. Which eir runnins they re a toy | 1. Groups using the building must be responsible for breakage, Io~s or other Sand Fork's leadlall with !i dimna~ A damage report must be made by the pIlon sioning contract be#ore play Iom4ng, and must be signed by both pertJe~. And it's another victory ~L A payment ~lt be paid in advance for each time building is used. It ~JJ be day. applied to other fee lif any) 3. Club building and ground= must be left clean, or pay a fee to hive it done. 4. All garbe~o and debris mu=t be" pidu~ up and pla’~d in containers. §. Tram mu=t not be chopped or ~ 6. Physical equipment (todd, cl~. etc.I should be replaced whore they foumL 7. The Cedarville Community Club will not be responsible for accidents or theft. 8. Visitors to the Codm~lle Community Club are wolcome, but unmrthorized Ioitedng and perking ~m the grounds are not permitted. 9 No atcof~ic beverage= may be served or consumed, or in ix~tm~ion of any or incl~dusls using building and/or grounds m the dub Imildir~l. 10. Authority is hereby granted to any law enforcmnent officer to emar and inspect building and ~rounds at any time and to enforce above rules and regulations. I II I IIIIlll I II II I II II II II Model CAF490 | | I Lilly said. "Concord forced outside, which was a pr.n.~;.,~ move on their part." .~..auz~a | ~ was,,d, ~, ~en-=, ,,,’'"* ~r they were to tt 'or spol | 's.t, we Ca1462-9939 : "'Once we got the baB} every • , iii , =1 i I scored We also let Glen " W- J " h~fl~tye • outside shot because we abfl • The CedarviUe Community Club has recently set up the following form the rebounding strength to p] • for use of our building and grounds. We welcome anyone who wishes to use Clen~411e. which gr • this building, and also new members who will uphold and abide by our •• by-laws, eight-man roster, was le~habital • Makle, Bob Hawkins and A rly • all with 12 points. CONTRACT FOe USE Or THE going e ,t and I CEDARVILLE COMMUNTrY CLUB BUILDING man l;ily sa~ Yoe don1~ are n~ I know wl re I could my • Neme of group [or persen] wanting building: "I knew we couldn't ma cks a • fuss in fide tournament, tha I back," Lilly added. 5.uS red • Date or dates wanted: I there • ," Ken • Hours: mr • SPOirl POEM - • zu Ferr • Area mad |~ctllfles wanted: Written and submittedlive o’ • Sand Fork Sports fan.~ and lwith s • Name ud address of INn'Nn msktn8 request: .... • OutenthefleorcemestheBen, ar I Dribblins and sboofln8 fib few of • First comes ~onn~ stan~ 'avy-s~n I foot ten classi~ • Fill out two copies and send to President of Cedarvllle Commtmit Club, He shoots the ball and watt etrieve • .............................. C, arvflle WV Z6611. When these Now ev bedy tand onsh • • have been acted upon by the Club, ,me copy will be returned to the scream v-it • per'sea making request. All requests for use of the Club must be made Cause here come Dsvid through CedarvlUe Commun/ty Club. reboundlas team; Now here oBmes the paz~ ~ling p] I' Ac~ of Cedarville Communt~ Club ................. Approved , huge the b-U ' be go I [ye orno) I ItsRickeyandlerry, thelpe Zupby WeD, it's the ~t ~iglzt ol and ga, I Date .................. Signed .................................. • everyt]hi~p ~g ~d e trite Sand Fork's leaving 1~ will ha I The somu d and ff • lialmliniimnii come to an end • RULES GOVERNING THE USE OF THE CEDARVILLE CLUB BUILDING And the mishty Lions have Well, it s the start of the