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April 18, 1975

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,% hite! _oOR ~,. on ,,o ,,, I J, ~j O .. th(~ el Earl 1" "Whih:v'" I Opt,% I -l%,~ Snow A,iollsun. heacl fo,)thal] ~ .ach. su approval hy lhe West Virginia r of Regents at ils any of Doug Williams" hand-tied muddler minnows?" I asked )rietor of Pine Manor Grocery's tackle shop in Glenville. be good for trout this time of the year." Doug, a Clenville to the fly-tying hobby several years ago. has tied up a trout flies for Davisson to retail. Fortunately. there were But for insurance-iust in case-I bought a jar of red heard that these have been producing for others lately, an(] 6, was to be my first real fishing expedition of the year. 1 a.m., l rewed up the old Country Caddy. put it into overdrive. Bergoo for a long anticipated solo sojourn on the Elk River l enough brookies, browns, or bows to treat the family to a feed. As it turned out. however. I was too anxious, too in spite of a frenzied last minute check of and wading gear. If there was only some way to convert the into a traveling tackle shop. rd do it. Then I'd always be sure but with all the sundries and assorted gear for everything fishing to salt water surf casting. I wouldn't have any room for Route 20 outside of Sutton. then clutched the wheel for the meeting4 on May 6. Coach Adolfson will assume his new duties and responsibilites luly 1. The p()sition became vacant when Bill llanlin resigned afler nine years Io accept a position as the Assistant Exe(:utive Secretary to the West Virginia Secondary Schools Activities Commission. Coach Adolfson has been an assislant at Clenvitle for the past nine The (;timer County Titans pounded out I I hits. only one I'nore than Calhoun. but defeated the visitors 13-4 on brilliant base-running and solid defensive play. lohn Fox belted three singles for new years, ;is (h,q(;nsivc ( ()+()I'(]))|ill(,l ~A'hilcv gr;)thl;)h;d from ~ +>,t()n Irish S(:ho,)l i,) 1949, ;end [r()m ~%(~,) Virginia Tech in 1954. wh(:re h(: Ill+ ~(~(t center on the football team lie received his Master's Degree tr,m West Virginia University in t963. lb.' served as assistanl ,:.a~h at Wirl County High Sch(,ol tram 1954 - t95(). lie was head (oath ill Wirt from 1957-I 959. [n 1959, Adolfson was named head hmtball coach at Oakland lligh School in Oakland. Maryland. Ite remained a) Oakland until 1962. when he was named head football coach +it Weston ttigh School. in 1962. tte remained at poinl, Calhoun coach yanked his hapless and tired pitched, mser)inv anoth~l~ lad nicknamed "ltawkeye." Jol'ffl Fox tagged a h)oper over second for a stretched-out double and was smelling home plate when From there rd head to Webster Springs and take )we RBI's. stole home for two moreKennedy cracked his booming line .... The ride to Diana almost ended my Bergoo-bound runs. and scored again from seconddrive which was caught revers(,'-hand- with my trout-anxious inner self to keep from parking base in the high-scoring fifth inning on ed by an alert Calhoun (:enter/ielder u!k o!t~aHolly. That,s as pretty a roadside trout stream as a a tremendous sacrifice blast to center who must have begun to feel 2re to see. Its sparkling, dancing waters were more tempting field by Kevin Kennedy. shell-shocked by that time. Itawke~e ;la~or, humid. August aftarnoon, l resisted the urge to stop Kennedy's center field line drive then retired the side, but the damage ~auee~to the gas pedal, but the ride did serve to soup up my was one of the longest hits of the was done. Gilmer led 12-3. equally b~uliful Elk. afternoon, but the Calhoun outfielders Calhoun scored one mare run in the the f'mal curve and downhill toward Bergoo and the made a sensational one-handed sixth, but Gilmer cam right back. l,illv's running catch to spoil the effort, second single drove in Alltop. wh(/d Apr)J i,, 19;'5 !+~h hl h+,.l ..~li~i l++' W;I~ '+l*l+()+l+ ) ++ I,%( :;I%SlS(/Illl + +)/I+ I, ill l+~li|l ~ ,).+, h A+h,lls()n w.s r('+