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+&lt;'he Glen411e Democrat/Pathfinder March 25. 1976 The second annual Chuck Howley )r)tball (;amp will be conducted on the ml)us of West Liberty State College !+om Sunday, July 11 through turday. July 17. The camp, hosted by the former allas Cowboy all-Pro is for any boy 8 t I8 years old. The purpose of the mp is t, hulp the boys increase their iedividu+ +kills in football. Partici- nts ma,,'r techniques and drills resented by the staff through emonstrat!Jn, movies, video tapes nd lecture. The st,ff for the second annual ffmr are Hewley, Andy Urbanic, Mike Sherwood. Pete Antimarino. Jay ircosta Carmine Cortazzo. Howh.y+ffd is a former Wheeling esident and graudate from Warwood high where he was a three sports star. He then went on to West Virginia h'dversity where he lettered in five West Liberly announces football camp sports, a feat that has never been equalled It, date. I,el'ore playing professional football with the Cowbays for 14 years. Aside from being all-Pro most of his career as an outside linebacker, he was a member of the 1971 super bowl champ Cowboys and was voted the 1970 Super Bowl's Most Valuable Player in the Cowboys' 16-13 loss to the Baltimore Colts. Urbanic is formerly of Wheeling Central where he coached the Maroon Knights to four straight state Catholic championships from 1964-67. going undefeated in '65 and '67 and being named the Ohio Valley Coach of the Year in '67. He is a 1959 graduate of Bethany College and is currently the head mentor at Penn Hills High in Pittsburgh, leading them to an , undefeated regular season and to the WPIAL finals in 1974. Sht;rvaod. Iormt;r lk;llaire Illgh and West Virginia University standout is currently an assistant at Bethany t:ollege. The farmer Mountaineer signal caller led the Blue and Gold to a three year 25-7 record that includes a 1969. 14-3 victory over South Carolina in the Peach Bowl in Atlanta. He also played in the 1970 Blue-Gray game and was voted to the UPI all-East team as a senior in that same year. Antimarino is the head football coach at Pittsburgh's Gateway High. In his 18 years at Gateway, he has led them to four undefeated seasons and three WPIAL championships. In the last 11 years, he has brought home eight West Penn Conference crowns. A graduate of West Liberty, Circosta is the head coach at Woodsfield {O.) High School. He has lad the Redskins to a 26-10-3 four year mark including a perfect 10-0 club in 1973 which won the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference title. That year he was named the OVAC Coach of the carpet padding, and misc., glue, chairs, dolly and etc. For further information contact Auctioneer. Terms: Cash, Certified Check or letter of credit from bank. Bill Sheets Auction Company P.O. Box 33 Bucldaannon, West Virginia 26201 Telephone [304] 2172-4475 hmmnnnmmmunmmmnmmmm nlsmmnumummnmmnnunmuunm|nmnmummnmmmnul Year, Ohio Coach of the Year and his PUBLIC AUCTION i team also wOn the OVAC SpOrtsman" i . ship Trophy. He was selected to coach in the 'Ohio-West Virginia All-Star game in 1973 when his team posted an B-2 mark Foster s Carpet Center ! and captured their second straight N 1298 North Lewis St., Glenville, W. Vs. I March 29, 1976 at 1 p.m. n FOGLESONG I IIEIIIY 10- 12' Roils of carpet, 35- 3' thru 8' rob of carpet, 3- rolls of I TAX SERVICE MAIN STREET GRANTSVILLE, WV OPEN FRI 1-7 SAT 9-4 In Glenville call Ken Foglmong at 462-8847 weekdays after 5 or anytime Saturday or Sunday. If no answmr, call again. . I I I (:onferent:c (:rowm th; is ;i ra<h+th: el Shattyside (O.I Ilih School and is working on his masters from WVII. Cortazzn is currenlly lhe offensiw; co-ordinator of the West Liberty Stale ttilltoppers. He quarterbacked Indiana University of Pennsylvania to a 1968 Boardwalk Bowl victory in Atlantic City, N. I. fie is a native of Lalrobe. Pa. and graduated from ttempfield Area High School. The fee for the six day event is set at $75 for commuters and $110 for boarders. This fee includes a T-shirt, shorts, notebook, awards, a picture of the entire staff, one free meal for the commuters and full food service for the boarders. The boarders will also receive lodging at WL's new fully air-conditioned, Krise Hall that includes beautiful new dining area and cafeteria. 24 hour insurance and recreation. The cost for the group plan {when five or more boys enroll from the same school} will be $100 each for boarders with commuters remaining the same. The camper is required to furnish his own socks, towel, supporter and shoes. Applications will be accepted through June 15, with a deposit of $40 required. For further information contact: Harold E. Martin, Director of Athletics, West Liberty State College, West Liberty, WV 26074, or phone: {304} 336-8082:. 1975-76 Titan Cager00 Pictured are the Gilmer County High School basketball the year, the scrappy Gilmer County cagers lost to semi-final round of the Class AA, Region Tourney. The staff Democrat congratulate the GCHS Titans for their fine perforn ti best of luck next year. The ancient Egyptians invented astronomical danceS! represent the movements of the heavenly bodies. Some people believe that Wednesday is a good day sheep to get a haircut, but not people! 'S 111 7BroadwayAvenue Parkersburg 428-8245 Open Monday and Friday Nights til 8 o'clock One Stop Motorcycle Shopping Center BIG BIG SAVINGS BRING MOM & KIDS TOO! |YAMAHA RD400C Jk Sorrecr, you'll own aYamaha. _ ,,.0 ,VO. is. Parts & Acce.arie s YAMAHA TT500C Someda m'll own aYamaha. ..... Visit our big new store Big, beautiful Showroom stocked with new Modern Service Dept. with Yamaha trained mechanics Uamm  n Imnu : :/!i! > +i( . Bring the family... they'll enjoy shopping at Cyc's. Parts Dept. stocked with Parts and Accessories totalling $250, /