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29, 1979 > ,k E'S DALE NORMAN was one of the pitchers in " me.opening game of the season for the Pioneers last week agm_ust Point Park. (Photo by Dale Sparks.} The Gienvllle Democr PatbJlnder 5 sophomore Rodney Somerville. New team members include iunior Here is a complete schedule of Us Jerry Hanks, sophomores Steve year's baseball team: A A The Glenville State College Jodey Moots and Pick Wallace Pioneer baseball team opened its each slammed doubles for _the season on a sour note Friday as they Pioneers. Point Park slammed four r dropped a twinbill to Point Park of home runs in the contest. Pennsylvania 14-2 and 15-1 in games - ++ T,. ,h ..... ,4 .... Vo,.l, "+ Rohrt"""h ield ..... " .......... Zllyson, Kevi nks and ,Ber.e/ pAay~ ~t ~.s,~ z - o~v,~] mmn:m ~mQ In fhA rmanino inn- in the fh'st game, the visitors ~-~'~'-'a~l"sco~l'~th~-'m"~e-~ond The Gilmer County Titan baseball Turner and tresnmen a .o,,, team coached by Damon West will scored four runs m the first, dded ............. another ".n the second and fourth belore aaazn8 zzve runs m me mmopen their 1979 season on Friday as Bumgardner. Steve Han , s4Da Ai o! before erupting for eight runs in the inning. . - tlethey Kanawhatravel to St.conferenceMarys for theiropenerLit- nay,ford. Jackie Parsons ann non " fifth frame; + Glenville s lone run came in the with the Blue Devils in a 4 p.m. con- West explained that the baseball team has no field and must practice Glonville s two runs came in tee fourth inning on a home run by John test. fourth inning. --Moots.+ The local team will play six on the Sand Fork field. ,~ll home : ' straight games on the road before games will be played on the Glenwlle ..... + ..... + hosting Wirt County on Thursday. State College Item. ++': : April 12. West will baassisted by Kent Ken+ + , .... . Returning lettermen to this year's nedy. Manager will be Rusty ) team include seniors Jerry Duelly, Tallhamer, Sandi Gainer Bill Johnson. Pat Minney and John scorekeeper and Connie Da,,ddson Woodford, junior Steve Carney and batgirl. March 30 St. Marys Frt. 4:00 April 3 Doddridge Tue. 4:00 April 4 Pennsboro Wed. 4:00 April 6 Calhoun Fri. 3:30 April 9 Spencer Men. 3:30 April 10 Harrisville Tue. 4:00 April 12 Wirt Thu. April 16 Doddridge Mon. April 18 Calhoun Wed. 4:00 April 19 St. Marys Thu. 4:30 April 23 Wirt Molt. April 24 Pennsboro Tue. 4:00 April 27 Braxton Fri. April 30 Spencer M_on. 5:00 May 2 Braxton Wed. 4,'00 May 4 Harrisville Fri. 5:00 May 7--12 Sectional THIRD BASEMAN RICK WALLACE takes a throw on this close play. Glenville dropped a twinbill to Point Park. (Photo by Dale Sparks.} AT OXBOW CC @ @ (EDITOR'S NOTE--Sometimes, in the course of even ordinary events, we misplace or lose information for news articles. We don't know that we are in a unique situation in this regard, but we often feel quite silly when we rind something we really need to know is nowhere to be Coach Tim Carney will send four strong at the end and he is expected found. We visited Muriel Currey at returning lettermen to the links on to return to the outstanding form of her sister's home last October or Friday as the Glenville State College his freshman year." November. Mrs. Currey is an avid golf team opens its 1979 season at Carney said of Perry Coe of Sum- golfer and we gathered the informa- the Oxbow Golf and Country Club in mersville, he might have the best tion for a story. Somehow, t.._Bth the boys and girls track luniors:Kenny Allman. Ciark Bell, Ohio by hosting the Second Annual fundamental swing on the team and everything got confused and we fail- .r.~,ras at Gilmer'County High School Jim Linger, Steve Marsh. Sieve Glenville State College Invitational. with the past years experience is ed to get the story written. Since W,l get into action this "week, accor- Phares and David .qcntt. Glenville hopes to continue its expected to con!ribute tremendously there is no real excuse for the delay, ~ to an announcement Monday by dominance in the WVIAC this up- to the program, we can only apologize and say we're Hardman, Jim Hatton, Todd Jolliff, coming season. Glenville has won tmrry it happened. We will try not to "'"uetic Director Damon ~t~est. l- Sophomores:Jeff Campbell, Rob v_The boys open wit Litt e Rob Lowther. Randy Luzadar, Jamie the state title five out of the last The fourth returning regular is Joe let it happen again.--RG) ~rzawha Conference foe St. Marys Minney, Tim Moore, Rob Norman, seven seasons. . t , Crislip from Parkersburg, who Mrs. Muriel Currey of u~ Thursday at 3:30 p.m. in St. Tom Pegg, Earl Pritt. Mike Reaser, + Last year, the Pmneers won he+ transfered to GSC from Kent State WiUiamstowa, formerly of Glenville, ~n. . ~: ~rys and host Belpre St. Marys Kenny Schoolcraft and .Roberf 'confdrence by+ five shots over the his sophomore year and made the has received several honors i. the '= Warren on Saturday at 10 a.m. Taylor. Senators of Davis and Elkins in the all-conference team his first year world of golf. .un Saturday Anri[ the team Freshman:Jerry Adkins, Marry wind an r Lin at Canner Val ay by her, . 'Jo bei tg :ounled m in ~ll COmpete in'the'-Fairmont Times A former Gilmer County school Bond. Eric Chico. William Ellern, shooting a state record 300 team this year to help us win the state ti- teacher, Mrs. Currey is a member of vitational at 10 a.m. Pete Kelley, the Worthington Women s Golf Club ! wind and rain at Canaan Valley by here. "Joe is being counted on again A former Gilmer County school shoot ng ] st~ te record 300 team this ~ear to ]mlp u:) win th( state ti- , .... ~P, Curre, is a me lber of asT~r~e remainder of the schedule is Ronnie Kuhl. Randy score. This was a 75 average for tie,' Carney said. ;~ Jo'rth"in] ton Wc ~en's G [f Club PeRgs, left Reed. Dan Simmons, each golfer. Glenville then made the Carney continued saying five and Par Mar Pines, both of hotllows: April 14, Williamstown. Mark ViUers. Rick White and Wilbur trip to the nationals in Houston, golfers are competing for the fifth Parkersburg. months on t)~ZLe: April 18 Lewis Buckhannon- Yeager. Texas. spot on the squad. There are Tom She spends the winter A- ~.~Ur, Parkersburg South, home: Jim Brady of Olean, New York, is Davisson of Glenville, Jim Frietas of Jeckyll Island, Georgia, and that Pr!! 21. Spencer. Doddridge, home; Captains:Senior, Mesa Chadwell; junior, Clark Bell; sophomore. Rob the team's only senior. Carney says Olean, New York, Ken Lacy of island has four golf courses. Mrs. "Jim is an exceptional player and Mullahs and Dave Lamm and Jeff Currey, naturally, golfs on all four !~ 25, Doddridge, away: May 2, Norman, and freshman, Dan Sim- will be counted on heavily this years. Stump. both of Parkersburg. courses and also at nearby courses away; May 5. Little Kanawha moils. Managers will be Mark Harry. Marshall Sears and Bill Thrasher. Here are the members of the girls track team at GCHS: Seniors:Patty Kirchberg. Debbie Marks. Melody McHenry, Pam Minigh. Sue Ann Reed. Tammy Robinson. Cindy Stewart (manager). Bonita Williams and Heather Wilson. Juniors:Julie Coffman, Susie Crouch. Robin Cower (manager), Rose Ann Reale and Kim Robinson Conference: May 2, Lewis. (manager). May 19. Regionals in Sophomores:Jill Ellern. Faith sburg. Harder, Cathy Marks, Jodi Now. in Parkersburg; May 9, Va.. home, and May 19. abels in Parkersburg. will open on March 31 at le with St. Marys and South at 10 a.m. The then host Williamstown. and Ripley on April 14 and bat- and Buckhannon-Upshur 18. also at home. remainder of the girls is as follows: April 21, Dad- Spencer. away; April away: April 28, Little are the members of the boys Brenda Roberts and Loretta Smith. .~am coached by Bob Horning: Freshmen:Tina Burkhammer, ors:Brent Brady, Mose Kristene Farnack. Marilyn Frame, :ll and Jeff Furr. Alicia Furr and Tammy Stalnaker. 553 series and 232 game, Jim Mencer 547 series. Ran Miller 544 series, BOb Deal 539 series. Bob Turner 536 series, Lynn Marks 515 series, Junior BeRgs 512 series and Danny Self 509 series. s have moved to an, 13 game lead in the and Staff Bowling League,! to statistics released last and since it is his last year he will want to do well.'" Greg DelPrince. a junior from Ashtabula. Ohio, was the Golfer of the Year his freshman season at GSC. Carney said "Greg had an off year last year but came through The head coach said "we hope to win the state tournament again this year and earn the right to go to the nationals that will be played in North Carolina. As for the WVIAC. Davis and Elkins. Shepherd and Bluefield will be the strongest foes." on St. Remon and Sea Islands. In September of 1978. she played in the West Virginia Senior Womens' Golf Tournament at Pipestem State Park. In October of the same year, she played in the Palmetta Dunes Senior Womens' In- vitational Golf Tournament on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. 77~is is one In a ser~S of t~ol~eS tO ~ asked by OUt customers. An~tlng today iS C~lt Sta~nakm. ~. Engine~ng (10), Brad I, ~tt .ned all- )al~. the with have a 143-65 M & M's are Has Boens are in at 128-80. the week were Millie series and 203 game, 523 series. Garry and 237 game, Oar- series, Gene Collins + The "O" Boys hold a three game lead in the Men's Thursday Night Bowling League with a 121-95 mark. The Kanawha Drive Five are in se- cond place at 118-98 while Bob and His Outlaws hold down the third position with a record of 112-104. Have Arrived At WESTON-MAYTAG APPLIANCE Silks - Permanents & Easter Novelties Weston, WV At the Mrs. Currey was proved Golfer ago she won the same Mar Pines. At won the Womans nswers- From Your Power Company Why Do Large Industrial Customers+Get Lower Electric Rates Than Residential Customers? Simply because it's cheaper to deliver a kilowatt-hour of electricity trial customer than to a residential customer. Electric rates, like prices goods and services, should be based on the costs involved and it costs less to supply a single large industrial customer a given amount of electncity than it does to supply the same amount to thousands of smaller users. For example, let's look at one of our relatively large industrial customers who uses about 50,000,000 kilowatt-hours per year and is served directly from high voltage transmission lines. That is the amount of electricity that would be used by 6,944 average residential customers. The additional equipment and labor need- ed to serve these homes would include: 3 substations 4,696 potes 1,726 transfoanem 2,845,642 feet of distribution conductor wire 414,414 feet of service conductor wire 6,943 more meters 6,943 more billing procedures And all this equipment has t< and maintained. On the ing the single large quires one power line tain, one meter or set of and read, one bill to Of course, there are dustries' lower rates their use tends to be (often around the kilowatt-hours ed. The only base it on cost. types of customers different costs of And when electdc this manner, then no sidizes another. Part of the Allegheny A A H H H H A H A H H H A