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4 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder April 10. 1975 .............................. .\:, a Ilanlin b~,gan hi.~ AAA / I~ql _1-)__ ...- vareer al Tvler County Iligh Scht)o] n;m:enochtoniiagllll rl ,.,,.+,o,,>+ G,o,+,,,., Titan track fortunes rest 0n und()rclassmen ~vv v,i,,,,.,,.., i... , State. After two campaigns at Tyler. GSC football coach Bill ttanlinassistant ltl tht: P, xP, culivb) secrt,tarv o1' he moved to Ashland, O.. where he The track fortunes ,d (,iJmcr ~,iln.n will iLl,~() (:(,milch: in tile hi)~h 122 t(;eI ()r t~ --- ' , -' ~ " ~ "~ " v ,n v no jump and R ~nd~ Miller a sophomore , ~ or(ha, to Stepp whose teams have an overall won-loss the Sect)ndarv Svhool Achvlty coachd for one season before Count: l-tl,~h S(,hool Is, s_,uarel, u,_ n ..... '.~ : ,, , ' record of 47 33 2 is leaving the Commission. pursuing a master's degree at the the shoulders of five juniors, 10 will throw the discus. Ih:'s been hit(Jag .Mo,~t other events coachin^ rank;to'acce'-'t a "osition as Hanlin. one of the most admired University of Maryland. sophomores and nine freshman ........ / ~L~V"r,~V,~ s v ~, and best-liked coaches in the state, will After a veer of graduate school and according to first year track coach assume his new duties July 1. shortly an MA degree in hand. Hanlin Clyde Stepp. I ---~~ ~~ after his football summer camp ends. journeyed to St. Marvs for the next And it doesn't help practicing " I I ~ ~ ~ II~~r ~t'I In his new job, Hanlin will be in nine years, without a track. The Titans have ~ zl-_ I (dlk4tt~ (OL~TI 5~H~)(~I .... contact with high school coaches and Other than his tenure served at enioyed only four days work outside at "~~ officials as well as conducting athletic GSC. these were some of Hanlin's most their Hays City football field, sprinting '.,". clinics. It's a fairly sensitive position, successful years, on the grass and working on ~P~,z'~lP especially dealing with coaches andWhile at St. Marys. Hanlin guided ct)nditioning, long distance running f, dm~'~l~,klt - ~ ,~ ~ ~ officials, but Hanlin shouldn't have any the 1963 team to an undefeated season, and field events, i~ / ~hlil~mmmmii.. ~~ problems. Since the announcement To add to that accomplishment was the "We've been freezing our butts I ~ ~i~T,,,~--'~~~ "'~\~ wasmade, coaches and sports officials teams tremendous defensive efforts off," complained coach Stepp last ~ ~lll~ll~,~j/~r~x ~~ -- ~ - too numerous to "mention have that did not allow an opponent to score week during a brief two days of warm ~~ "i~ll~"" ~~ ~1~ ~1~~~ applauded the move. citing Hanlin as a the entire season, sunshine. I~~ . most capable and popular person. His In 1966, he moved to Gilmer Stepp was preparing his squad for ~il~I~II( tlI reputation in the coaching and county to take the GSC post. It wasa triangular meet at Braxton with administrative ranks is solid, while at Glenville that Hanlin wasBraxton and Webster Springs, but the~J ~'~p.t~ Han[in readily admits that he never presented his 100th overall coaching event was postponed because of, you i~-~ ~~ really considered the office job avictor~ as his Pioneers drubbed guessed it, bad weather. ~~ "~~ ~~ possibility until recently. But. hearch-rival Fairmont to mark the who placed second in last year's state ~ . ---~~ ~ remarked that the new iob "'will be an occasion. Mark Summers, a distance runner adjustment for me and I am Then. in 1973. Hanlin guided theregionals in the two-mile, is back this --::, .. " II~ll~mg~ :~lI ~ " anticipating it." Glerwille gridders to a perfect regular season and will prepare for a mile and I liw" 'Jm ..................................................................... .:.. season campaign. However, Fairmont two-mile events. Stepp hopes that I r ............... ~X',~,~;~,,"X-;:ii,~ .... "m"k'A-~u~"~;I'~'R ................. I tripped up the Pioneers in the Summers will score a lot of points for ~ ~ I ~~ I lure ~ t, tm~ and itm anvr I conference chamoionship tilt. 21-7.the Titans. " . ~ - lk~~ lo New & Used Gtt . ,s IN STOC, K NOW Bear Bows I Despite the loss, the Pioneers wereStepp also expects success from the = Pistols . " Bear Arrows invited to participate in the NAIA mile relay team of junior Randy Hitt, I~~~tT"-~~ I' _ __ :,, . . ..: ............ -__ I National Playoffs. Glenville toppled soph Rick Hitt. soph.Don Wilson. and ,,~)l~)~-~o~II~l~G~i~i Almno Accesso es mver8 ,,tcces ori ,. ,. .... : I' . I Ca~t.a~, vv,su .......~ ..... - ....... Danny Smith. Miler Mark Summer with GCHS track coach Clyde I ........... Custom Ordermg Service I before falling to Northwestern of Iowa '*'". , REFINISHING I in the championship game at [ amp m. unecK my LOCATED ON RT. 5 [Sand Fork Rd.]I Huntington's Fairfield Stadium. I " " " IP cesbeforebu ina! 2 MILES EAST OF 462-52671 About his years in coaching, Hanlin Sch00:Twrthug. Pioneers split doubleheader al :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ................... ~ replied, "I am not looking back. I made i~hqnulllUlehine [~l.ii~qM Glenville State College. 7-9 in the The team was ~I a decision and I am enthused about it." UIIIIII IUIIOIII O IIIUI WVC Southern Division last year most of the pre-soa~ _e...A n . ea,oM ,, about it." ~O~-t~U ~. ~ ~ZI~II ~ ~.~IIIUI w Summing up the outlook of the new -- according to first-year coach Robert conditioning, pitcbtl I lt/ Sa a aar }nre Talauieinn job, tlanlin concluded "'This position The Elementary School Wresting Summers. split a doubleheader last fielding plays suclh -- -- - .,,.,,-.,,.,,..-, still deals with athletics and I am sold Tournament, featuring grapplers from week with Davis-Elkins. and the rundown~ I Seethe Zenith Color Sets on display. I on secondary school programs and Normantown. Sand Fork, Troy and The Pioneers dropped a 9-3 "Without ou~ I ,.,,,We and service al 7:U~e~l~ ".~., I view them as real healthy things."Tanner schools, gets underway decision the previous week to a Coach Summers."~ Wednesday. 7:30 p.m. at Gilmer powerful Marietta nine. which haslimited inwhats~ It) U PAcI;;O 2~?III'aD I~,. ~ rnIMI I OnI" _I~'I, golfers Larry Barton, tournament director. But April 3, GSC journeyed 1o Davis& As a result, ] .1 rLVtWDII.. ~r ~SC wilt .It(h County High School gym, according to already played 13 games this season, especially l~itting."~ I I The Glenville State College golf Championship matches begin Elkins. winning the first game 3-2 and trouble tagging I -"-I15Pm' I VIC t'~Mmnvi/l) TI/I/EI:)harm462-~~-O~'?);~'~ 1 team overcame cold and snowy FridaYt with preliminary, consolation losing the second,7-4. Marietta, an aC~o~ ma ches at 7:30 p.m. Wrestlers The Pioneers weren't able to power. [errell had~ weather at Philippi Saturday to participating are: practice much outside this spring, due going two of three capture a five-team match at the 75 pound class- C. Basil [N), B. to inclement weather, and of 25 In addition to t~ ~'~" " - Barbour County Country Club. Crayton [Tr), W. Tomblin {SF),J. Miller players on the roster, have only two players others I The Pioneers led the pack with a (To}. " seniors, one iunior and the rest Pioneers this seasal : I I~,,-~,,,~ .~,,,.~ I ~ low total of 1t51 for nine holes. Close85 pound class- D. Moss {N). R. sophomores and freshmen, and Doug Miller, : [k. U'dl i] STORE HOURS behind was the host team, Alderson-Moore {Tri), P. Wade (Ta). M. Peters Returning veterans include Harold Sheppard second ; ~ ~,,vn. ...... ~ Broaddus with 166. They were {SF). rumer, a sophomore catcher from from Gilmer Coun~ I dav. Friday - 9 to 5 n.m. followed by Davis and Elkins with 179 9)5 pound class- I. Wallbrown (N), Grafton: senior pitcher Ed Wilson, shortstop; hard-hi'! annoy - s to a p.m. v " 8 ' ~O-t~-~l n ~, -- - r---- o ~ W. a. State with 1 g and Salem with C. Burton {Tr). R. Tallhammer {SF}. R. from St. Mary's: Rick Vase. a junior schumaker, left ~~t u a~ " ::V x,.m~ . ~ 191. . Pettie (Ta.] pitcher: and at third base, soph. Bubby center field' Ran~ Come rlaS 8 sad Smmaer Catalog, Medalist honors were shared by Son ms pound class- R. Riddle {To), B. larrell, field, and Bob Ca~ I Ph~.|&I~ ~.ala|a.m -- $ Povick of A-B and Joe Keener of Brady IN). I. Osborne (r}, B. Rolison " Plu alm euty utm, Sa Mister" " ~ rlu~ ~lamt~ty t;uttuul;e. ~ .Glenville. each firing a 38 on the par 35 (SF). ~' " I fishes 900 I course ,ion Now Available ~ ." . . - 115 pouad class - S. Osborne (Tr}, Musky ................... ~ Other scoreslor the t'ioneers were F. Kimble {N). I. Frazier {Ta}. ]. " " :: : ~ ' Plhtolle 4[1~-~'-. 4~2-4~1~ ~ David Thompson, 40 Terry Crislip, 41; Edwards {SF). A 45'/~-inch long musky, taken on last year and s~ and Jimmy Scott, 42. 125 pound class- D. Jones (Tr). R. the Elk River by Bill Crane of Friendly time to do it. C~ The Pioneers will iourne ][o Frame {S), 1. Woodford (Ta),I. topped all catches reported to thethis newspaper. ~,~" I~,~1~ ~ll!3~UIAP, d~lt" ]~ Wheeling Thursday and Friday ,to Williams (N). " W.Va. Husky Musky Club last year ~)~ 4,~ to,~ participate m the Northern regmnm at135 pound ch.m - L. Price (Tr), D. Crane, re-elected president Of thethe store's mUs~] .... the Speidel Course and will tangle with lohnson IN), 1. Duelley (Ta}. Club at its annual meeting and banquet Trophies . O~h/NJ~l) AND O]LII~ll/~1'IBI) ~ fAN]fir ]l)]~qkL ~ Marietta College at the Marietta 145 pound class-P. Minney (N), B. last Safurday, was also given the awarded at the~ Townsend (Tr),. "'Mister Musky Award 1974" for Wilmar CafeteriP~ ...~,......,...,..............,_..~~~~~~. Country Club Saturday, 155 pound class - W. Jenkins {N), catching and reporting 26 muskies musky catches c)~ I iI ~ I ~ E. McCullough (Tr). over 30 inches long during the year. certificates goiz~ Store Hours 165 pound class - B. Johnson (N), In a brief interview following the Kevin Garrett, ,. 9 to 9 Daffy ~" Till: K. Slovackie (Tr}. Heavyweight - M. club's business meeting. Crane said Curtis Hardma~,ia '~-] /12 to 6 Sunday / :'=" ~ Chadwell (N}. B. Kirkpatrick {Tr}}, T. that he had landed a total of 87 Joseph Row~, l~a~ Fry {To). legal-size (28 inches and up} muskies Arden Groves, ~.j I C~ ' Garreit's -~ he "~ .~!) ~I ..... inches and wei~. i "'"' Laynes'ns I" I VO K$WAGEN SERVICE Hardman s m~ i " 8tA lbs.; RowhS ~,.. 6 I Mineral Rd., 61enwile, W. Va. 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