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I tl~( lr Oo.Y JbbV] {]lass l,ewis County. The Titans "-~;x,...~~" Mlowe(t only four hits but numerous "o~ or )" errors accounted for three runs in tile a month's vacation, reluctant Randy snarled. "and I don't to give up a whole week of its traipsing around the Canada gets." Reluctant Randy,, as I called him, had a son Post. The boys were planning a one-week wilderness in Quebec and needed another drive to get them on Randy for help before, but getting him to leave his was as difficult as trying to get a potato from a turnip in a tent, waving a fiberglass wand at the water in an a fish. or working at keeping a canoe from wandering all ren't exactly his ideas of fun and relaxation and he why rd do it week in and week out. year around. s~ase of duty as a parent. "But if we don't get another ".the boys'll miss out on the highlight of their high school al- to go. You wouldn't disappoint him would you?" ways work. but I could tell from Randy's expression that Randy went...and for him. it turned into what memorable experiences in his life. His own son Jim Gumn saw some action in right Lake. Thewhene .... he tipped over his canoe, alone,'m the middle' field and Dennis Reese in left field his fl--~ .nnure family became campers that ,,'ear and mid-way through the game. y-oetlackad fisherman's hat and vest, was often seen Ted~Hamric relieved Brady in the with rod and reel and tackle box for a trout trip sixth inning, but was replaced in the or Adirondacks of New York. seventh by" Fox. Blisters had formed to ,~emvm:I've been questioned about my desire to camp and impede his delivery', according to Coach West. ludg'.mg by what I read," some joker chided lr Hamric wielded a heavy bat this ~ get anything,"... "He has more hard luck than first outing, with two sharply hit else told my wife the other day. "I'd think he'd get tirst and hmrth innings. The Titans played under a well-known handicap. With cold weather and rain in the area since pre-season training began, the local boys enjoyed only three days outside practice. Not being able to hit and field under actual game conditions set them back, according to veteran coach Damon West. "There's only so much you can accomplish in the gym." he said. Tim Brady started on the mound for the Titans with John Fox at left field, Kevin Kennedy shortstop, Frankie Tomblin center field. Robert Alltop first base, Tim Robinson second base. Bill Lilly third base, Ted Hamric right field, and Mike Minney catcher. precariously on a tippy rock below the Sutton Dam GSC announces the 2,a:nfl_aU~,b fingers, trying to pull loose a stubborn lure -'~uuSUOmergedrocksthere I evenaskedmvselfthat football camp Lm l doing there?" No one was catchin an fish' it was Le river was hi g Y ' Glenville Stale College will ,lit, ,,,., gh and milky,, and I had already lost one lure conduct the 4th annual Football Ca~p ~.r~Um~ase a trout into thinking balsa wood is just as tasty on the C;SC campus in two sessions t is ,w. out I knew the answer to my question and I stayed summer. The first week of camp will be from lune 15-20. The second week of' trip afield, whether for quaff or grouse, trout or bass, the camp will be from June 22-27. in a canoe or on a placid lake, is a form of total The camp is directed by GSC Head napping,, or "sleepy" type of relaxation, but an active Football Coach, Bill Hantin, assisted by It is not relaxation from physical exertion-far fromstaff members. Whitey Adolfson. Jerry' offiear,~l~tinn .'.'.When I can "wipe out" everything-income Mitliken. Bob Summers. and Jim Riffle. ea 'prble of every kind, except the task at hand. An outstanding group of visiting ut, my surroundings there is relaxed free of coaches has been selected for to Lewis, 5-1 ~in~le,. I:~x aud Kenn(;dv ;lls~ :ol)tribut(:d sinvles .nd Ill. 'lih, nr> scored their onl~ run ill the thir(l inning when Fo came in trorn third rm ~ Braxton err(,,r. Lewis scored one run early in the first inning on errors ~m(l tv, o triers (luring an error-filled tourth inning. Cilmer had l.ewis in trouble (luring the sith inning wh,:n 'f'omblin. Alltop and Re~,~., rea(hed b.se on walks. With bases hmded, howew:r.. Lewis reliefer came in ar)d t tomtit hit ,~ fast ball into a !arced (toubh; play. retiring the side. Lewis scored t,,:o tired runs in the seventh on a double beh)r(; Fox tanned the final batter. Cilmer had a tmal opportunity to s(:ore in the bottom C)t the seventh inning with bases landed. The l.ewis (;aunty relieter, a fastball ~rtisl. walked pin(:h-hitl~:r "lira Swi~er. tb: then struck out Gumm with a change at pace curve ball but Fox connected with ;t single and Tomblin walked. But with wcu out, the. whip-arme(t I.ewis County pitcher struck out A|ltop to end the b.llgame. l,ewis County is a AAA Class school while Gilmer is a AA Class School. These classifications are baged on the )mmber of male students in the upper ')hree grades, according to school of/icials, but will be chan~ed soon April 10, 1975 The l,lenville I~mocrat/Pathltnder Bill Lilly waiting for baU that seems perched on Lew~ County player's shoulder. Action at third base. II 6LEHVILL| Good Used Vamint Rifles in 222, 22-250, 243 and 22 [ Boats, Calloes, Electric Alotors, Life Jackets alld Boat Cushions Sto k of Fishing Tackle in Town said. ..... GLENVILLE HOUSE OF SERVtCE Model J316R Plug-in Calrod Surface units wflh removable trim rings Automatic oven timer, clock and signal buzzer Bottom oven panel, racks and shelf supports are removable for cleaning at the sink * Special porous ceramic oven interior makes soil less noticeable e the Pwneers with a six game total of 1.133. Teammate Tom Newberry of Parkersburg ~.qs next with 1,104 pins, while Rich McFee of Elizabeth rolled the high game of 224 for the winners. Edinboro. representing District 18. was led by Tom Davidson with a high game of 222 and pin total oi ~.115. experiences draw me back for more, and g or my creel-or not. Does one got to a To a covered-dish dinner just to dine? To get gallic? Not me. There's more-much more-to sports invited to attend the :t; oP~f a~t ia the Badlands of Soalth Dakota, and on a camp. The camp includes 15 meals, n ...... ~a with a rancher and his bovs Standing housing, use of college recreation -'~L~.~:~ads. of acres of wild. rugged, fearsome land. facilities, insurance, linens, pillows. ,~ .,a.. at what nature had wrou ht and the rancher blankets and camp tee-shirt. All meals -*~ut such g ' are planned by the college dietician "There :- as this I wonder how any man could deny ~ a reverence about the d and a doctor and nurse will be stic ~m,. out-of-doors, describe e ,,us available at all times during the camp. tgl~ .... am O. Douglas in his book, "Of Men and the' if hung on an old stump under the towering Further information may be 1. ~,ff,rL~t northwest, was like sittine in the largest obtained by writing to: Mr. Bill Hanlin. -,.,, tn~..- - Head Football Coach. Glenville State ,,.,~ -u One can easily communicate with God. This. "uuauors College, Glenville. West Virginia. ~anu~. her _of limes that I have held my paddle motionless 26351. ~l~el.of the wild-otters at play. muskrat, a beaver at Glenwlle howlers i.t ~2ed about the world as a anewbrn boy.' ndvonCewlv in,in NAIAco . . -...,n~, shot on Christmas day in hollow behind ~rk. nor the roarin~ tumblin wa lroad s tha ...... g tarfalls of Rm es irg" 'a nference chain- Yaelded plan Glenville defeated Edinboro {Pa.) d ,,,.--- me little more than a handfull of 5-inch -t~aiag in th State April 2 to advance to the NAIA le on m .... e pines zn camp; the curious possum .,, y turray stand, the discovery of a hillside of national bowling finals April 18 at at tma red-tailed hawk'l saw every time I hunted ouail Kansas City. Me. ~aatls of Ca ~ Glenville. representing District 28, s,,,,-*- nadian geese, once nearly extinct but then v'-,rtama , had a total pinfall edge of 5,379 to n s groups, that I've seen and heard while 5,326. the deer that have startled me so that I stood qam Ferretl of Point Pleasant led a trout s*-- with my surroundings, relaxationinstruction in the camp: Gene Alkire. east, how ,.c)l~"~am you must concentrate on where you Head Football Coach at Washington u courtdisa:t~ cast, and even where you backcast. Do Irving }tigh School in Clarksburg: [) star, .... tar. If you are thinkin IRS when ou should be Homer Criddle, Head Football Coach at " "~t ~'OU "- "- g Y fling boat Wa)L..~ulci get wet-very wet! Whether wading. South Charleston High School; Frank --~a u Ellwood, Head Football Coach at I~e story, g P grouse, stalking squirrel or tracking :" , . Marshall University: Dale Evans, ~. also satisfying. I've played basketball and baseball too Assistant Football Coach at University mtionably ~tis ..... hat lc~R ball ~act~on when you sink a basket, hit a searing of South Carolina: Bill larrett, Head It feeling w~..."_y mr the final out of the game, but somehow Football Coach at Stonewall Jackson vith a wilde~iyou eol/lpete with fish and game, when you High School, Charleston: Dr. Fred louts to get on~,g~"and OCcasionally win. More than once I Martinelti. }lead Football Coach at Ashland College, Ohio: Cecil Perkins. s~asprday"o u nsla or one bird, then after winning gave up Head Football Coach at Potomac State v ded other kinds of satisfaction too: the delight in the College; Marshall Taylor, Head foot- ' rls I once schooled as they ball coach of the Shreeveport Steamer ~e~g tl~ laugesigh of aa~f excitedly reeled in the firstiqa=h of the World Football league; and l~7, ed~tolaolGilmorlT~tmtyl.l,$,Bn~eb~Fr(inatl~.~)~ir.~./~~=idlly' nla~|uatsu,,n~.,,~. .... action and relief from a tense ' a"n(~ t~"~"~'tmY [ought a 3a-inch northern Dike his first-on Grdnville Zopp, Head ,Football ~t:h Tomblia, loha Fox, Tim l~blaoon Kevla Ke~edv T" ,,,, -~_.~ ........ : , .. _ ~ Agllll~, ~ ~' ZOOk of a ~ - at Buckhannon-Upshur High School. . . , ~, ha Br._=, .~ n~mr~c, naez row tl-r ' Beverly Hamrlc, bat i, Coach Dam w,.~. :. .... ,~ .............. J ~ TVlsmmmla lat~t~lk~qp~, -,o*~"~'-^'~-~-"~--,nuaa- - Pprehension on mv~ son's face {and on the The purpose of the camp is to gw on ..........t,r~=mez, uennm =eese, inn tmmm, Jeff l~lber~, l~aii ~tldmllm~, )teriS~t I~lalle fU~olltera few years later] as the pilot leveled out teach junior and senior high school es d ~!~le Startled- or a landing on Fourth Musquecook Lake in boys to play, better football, featuring excmmation fr going~rt~ Wi~,,.... am my 9-year-old son as we sat )n individual and group instruction with t. e:'huJn -,rim sunset et. Undred ,~._ and a loon let loose with Ws weird ample practice and drills. These are ....a.o "~r Outdoor experiences with the oun in me further developed in evening black- ""~ ~taVer ~,.L_ .- Y g "-,--us Iorgotten satisfactions one cannot find board sessions. Coaches are also