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April 1, 1976 New program to he state e t _oo.:. nor 'S GSCbowlin eam ,,.. . in NAIA finals in the FIELD=o ; anglers announced ON Of Dave Robinson Assistant Chief of The fish must be weighed in the NAIA team at large to compete in the factory in Ohio possibly have to do with trout fishing in a 1 Randolph County, West Virginia? Surprisingly, quite a bit. Let I found a few weeks ago. road in the Country Caddy for a bit of outdoor sport, backfiring, blue bantam and opted fo an indoor Center of the Dept. of Natural Resources in Elkins. all the more convinced of the value of dedicated only would that Ohio factory affect my fishing but smelly air pollution of our own state capitol is not just a Countians, but a problem for anyone who likes to pure mountain air we believe we find in such the Alleghanies. stream rainbows and brookies don't breathe the air 'aPparently can die because of it. It works something like from the stacks of the factories in nearby Ohio and the carried eastward by the wind, then partially (or wholly) to the snow-covered mountainsides. As the snow of pollution into the streams where fish some cases, the fish apparently lose the battle. The d/scovered this strange chain-of-death are U.S. Forest ! center of the non-industrial "pure-air" hills and hollows of the hue and cry of those who call for stricter laws and )f air quality standards sometimes seems like a battle cry folk. Unfortunately, however, that smelly smog over t stay there. It drifts...and drifts and can effect our lives raight think. For example, if trout waters are affected, how r Supply affected in say Glenville, Gilmer County or Sutton thought! melt is only of a myriad of unheralded, little-known by many men and women dedicated to the out-of-doors. In Elkins "nerve center" where their data is compiled, I a dozen different studies and projects of DNR and all of ith one thing in mind: the improvement of your Fmhing and and trapping too. ,, StPped to study an aquarium of tropical fish. you've seen cylindrical stone attached by plastic tubing to an electric of that stone, of course, is to put air into the water for the work in a lO-gallon glass fish tank. why couldn't the ,rk in a million-gallon earthen "fish tank" like Spruce Knob biologists reason, maybe those hard-to-Fmd trout that of naturally aerated water during those dog-day roam a little farther afield and feed up on the offerings As any angler knows, fish are hard to take from still and August. A project called "Lake Stratification 1972, made a "fish tank" out of Spruce Knob Lake aerating with compressed air can indeed successfully in a small lake much like the air stone in an aquarium. of this study, of cours'e. will not sand the biologists SUper-size air stones in every lake, it does show that zraportant tool in fish management, and that will mean sportsmen. average fislerman, I suppose, has been more of a school something directly affecting their day-to-day sport. In Probably has more to do with the fish in their creel and the they realize. Just a brief rundown of some projects and Scene in the Mountain State might illustrate what I eared from West Virginia in the late 1800's. But ' transplanting program, beaver now reside in evy fisher, too, :has made a comack andlmverl we last year. The future of the fisher looks good. Virginia? We have them now - about 300 in a area in Boone County. Biologists started it all when they big-game animals there in 1971. They're now leokix season, hopefully by 1979. County? Roane? Biologists have stocked them here and luck with gobblers hare thii3 month. seen a few fly over now and then, and some have even stay. But if the biologists' currant transplanting program we'll see more. Several of the big Canadians were last year by biologists of DNR and through a added to a transplanting program started several world, we now have striped bass - traditionally a - in fresh-water West Virginia. We have northern pike, and northern}, and walleye. More than 1.5 Ld 1,800 fingerlings were released in Tygart waters and last year. They were put there by hard-working. recently completed a record harvest year. Despite bay believe, the "deer boom" is not entirely a natural :ed. And it's being managed still by game biologists or not, the biologists say we have only seen the "boom" to come! Arts Center to meet for the an'election of at a business P.m.. Sunday, a Statement by Melody Wilt. trustee for the Center. Stockholders and local sponsors of the newly-formed cultural center are asked to attend the meeting at the Center located at 405 N, Lewis St., Glenville. the West Virginia Wildlife Resources Division recently announced a ndw program to honor anglers for outstanding fishing achievements made in State waters. According to Robinson, anglers who catch and duly register a trophy size fish of any 24 designated species will be presented a handsome Trophy Fish Citation. Each Citation will include a full color picture of the indivudual fish species and will be suitable for framing. Application forms are available at any Wildlife Resources Office and will soon be distriboted to all Hunting and Fishing License Agents within the State. They are also available from Stun Messeroll at Gilmer Graphics in Glenville. The rules governing this Trophy Fish Citation Program and the minimum sizes for the 24 fish species for which citations will be awarded are as follows. RULES Fish rnust be caught on rod and reel in West Virginia waters. Fish must be weighted on a scale, that is certified by the West Virginia Department of Labor or at any office of the West Virginia Division of Wildlife Resources. presence of one witness who must sign the application. A clear side view photograph of the fish is desirable. Nonresidents, as well as resi- dents, are eligible for citations. Applications must be submitted within 60 days of the date of catch. MINIMUM CITATION SIZES Brook Trout Brown Trout Rainbow Trout Golden Trout I,argemouth Bass Smallmouth Bass Spotted Bass Rock Bass Crappie Sunfish Striped Bass White Bass Musky Chain Pickerel Northern Pike Walleye Sauger Yellow Perch Channel Catfish Flathead Catfish Bullhead Freshwater Drum Fallfish Carp 61enville Jaycees to spenser'Little League baseball The Glenviile Jaycees will be sponsoring Little League Baseball this summer. According to the Jaycees, the teams will be organized according to the new grade school districts and the number of teams will depend on the number of persons who sign up. To be eligible, prospective players must be age 9 before August 1 this year. Applications are available through grade school coaches and should be returned to them as soon as possible. Parents permission will be required. Accordingly, when the number of teams is determined, the ]aycees will seek sponsors. It is hoped that the sponsors will aid in setting up a permanent league in Gflmer County with the purchase of equipment and ufiiforms. 1 lb. 3 lbs. 3 lbs. 3 lb. 5 lbs. 3 lbs. 2 lbs. 1 lb. 2 lbs. 1 lb. 5 lbs. 2 lbs. 15 lbs. 2 lbs. 8 lbs, 5 lbs. 1 V2 lbs. 1 lb. 5 lbs. 10 lbs. 2 lbs. 10 lbs. 2 lbs. 15 lbs. Individuals, businesses or social organizations wishing to sponsor a team should contact Tom Wilkinson, P.O. Box 298, Glenville or phone 462-8836 or contact any Jaycee member. Coaches and officials will be supplied by the Glenville ]aycees although anyone wishing to participate may contact Lynn Marks at the post office, 462-8853, or any Jaycee member. Finally, Jaycee representatives explained the success of the league will depend almost entirely on the help and participation of everyone in the county who feels little league baseball here is a worthwhile endeavor. 0000000000Junioi partlclpate:0000 "" In two recent meets On Sunday, March 14, 12 girls from Normantown Grade School competed in the State Class Ill Compulsory Gy-nmastics Meet held at Otto Gullickson Hall on the campus of Marshall University in Huntington. The girls competed in the four olympic' events of floor exercise, uneven bars, balance beam and vaulting horse. There were three state winners in vaulting in the 12-14 age group: Linda Farnack, 3rd place; Peggy Runyon, 4th place: Idris Cunningham, 9th place, the 12 girls who competed were: Karen Brady, Cynthia Minney, Marilyn Frame. Christine Minney, Tummy Stalnaker, Kim Cain. Becky Beal, Sheila Cottrill, Rhonda Parsons, Linda Farnack, Peggy Runyon, Idris Cun- ningham. The girls had previously attended a compulsories workshop at the Glendale Gym Club in Parkersburg, and are preparing to compete in the Parkersburg Invitational Meet for state optionals on April 24. On Tuesday, March 23, the second annual Gilmer County Grade School Gymnastics Meet was held at Normantown Grade School, with approximately 100 girls participating. GLENVILLE PINE MAMOR GROCERY for all your fishing tackle and hunting needs, best best price, best service, we have it all. a few nice Hand guns in stock, such as Colt .38 special, Colt Trooper .357 magnum, SEt W . special, Ruger .22 semi-automatic and others, Zce rifles in .22 magnum, .222, 22-250, 6 MM, .243, magnum, etc. Judges were Coach Timothy Carney, Sue Morris, Helen Norman and Nick Murin. The results were as follows: 5-6 Balance Beam - Marilyn Frame and Lisa Moore. 1st: Tammy Stalnaker and Rose Runyon, 3rd; 5-6 Trampoline - Holly Westbrook, lst; Teresa Wilson, 2nd; Brenda Yeager, 3rd; 5-6 Floor Exercise Tammy Stalnaker, lst; Holly Westbrook, 2nd; Sheila Turner, 3rd: 7-8 Balance Beam - Idris Cunningham, 1st: Kim Cain, 2nd; Debbie Moore, 3rd; 7-8 Trampoline - Cheryl Miner, 1st: Debbie Simmons, 2nd: Kat Ratliff and Mindy Peele, tied for 3rd; 7-8 Floor Exercise - Debbie Simmons, 1st; Julie Coffman, 2nd; Idris Cunningham, 3rd; 5-6 Vault - Ellen Jenkins, 1st; Lynn Goodrich, 2nd; Norma Steele, 3rd; 5-8 Uneven Bars - Charlene VanHorn, 1st; Ellen Jenkins, 2nd; Holly Westbrook, 3rd; 7-8 Vault - Idris Cunningham and Julie Coffman tied for lst; Bonnie Taylor, 3rd: 7-8 Uneven Bars - Debbie Simmons, 1st; Sandi Gainer, 2nd; Susie Crouch. 3rd. Hinkle is newest addition to GSC football squad Earl Adolfson, head football coach at Glenville State College, has announced that Dennis Hinkle of Richwood High School.- has been selected for admission and will participate in football at the college. Hinkle is a 5' 10", 165 pound wide receiver. According to Coach Adolfson, "We feel Dennis has the good speed and dedication to develop into a good football player." 0 national finals in Kansas City, Me. next I III FOGLESONG & IERIIY TAX SERVICE MAIN STREET GRANTSVILLE, WV OPEN FRI 1-7 SAT 9-4 / In Glenville call Ken Foglesong at 462-8847 weekdays after 5 or anytime Saturday or Sunday, If no answer, call again, o I I III The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 5 chosen to compete month. The Pioneer team, coached by Dr. Robert Dollgener will represent Area 8. This is the third trip to the national finals for the nine-year-old Glenville team. This is the first time in NAIA in the nation in the national finals with a 190 average. Glenville State placed seventh in the finals last year, fourth in 1970 in the national finals. Moving? Please send us both old and new addresses so that we may make your subscription change without delay. history that two teams from West Virginia have been entered in the National finals. West Liberty State | College of West Liberty, West Virginia I will represent Area 6 which includes schools in South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennesses, Virginia, Ala- bama, Kentucky and West Virginia. Team members making the trip include: Sam Ferrell, a senior physical education major from Pt. Pleasant; Tom Newberry, a senior physical education major from Parkersburg; Mark Smith, a freshman physical education major from Parkersburg; Dave Twyman, a freshman physical education major from Parkersburg; and Mike Hickman, a physical education freshman from Dunbar. 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