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,i "the GlenvUle Democrat/Pathfinder April 29. 1976 Pioneer golfers grab regional tourney at OxBow two-day score and medalist honors. The former Parkersburg South standout and Pioneer team leader had fired a record-breaking five-under 31 at OxBow's tough back nine during Tuesday's round to give him an opening day 68 and a seven-stroke lead over the field of nearly 60 golfers. Yesterday he turned the front side in even-par 35 and coasted home with a 40 to finish on top. Hobie Bauer of West Liberty shot Paced by the torrid play of junior Terry Crislip, GlenviUe State College captured the 36-hole West Virginia Conference Central Regional Tourna- ment at OxBow Golf & Country Club Wednesday with a six-shot margin over runner-up W. Va. Wesleyan. The Pioneers, sporting a 30-5 season record, finished with a 620 team total to edge the Bobcats' score at 626. o Crislip carded a three-over-par 75 on yesterday's round to give him a 143 Speidel Park to host youth golf ||ilili|llinlilllllllllllllllillllllaall| Speidel Golf Course at Oglebay Association of Independent Insurors, i THE TOW NE BOOKSTORE i Park in Wheeling, whichis the site for who sponsor the annual event. a regular stop on the Ladies' Making the announcement was m Right Across from P.O. m Professional Golf Association's tour, Ace Collins of Collins Insurance Books, Magazines, Newspapers II will host the Fourth Annual West Agency. • ' Stationery, Posters • Virginia Insurance Youth Classic The state's only open golf Jewelry, Tobacco Products : Tournament, June 9-10. according to a tournament for junior golfers will be m Gifts • spokesman for the West Virginia open to players over age 14, who have , : GSC signs more grid players II • It Sat. - 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. • D Sun 10 a.m. - 12:30 p m. • litillllllliliilllilililtwlllllilillllll Wayne Vorris pomd fullback and line backer received all-conference honors his sophomore, }unior and senior years under the auspices of GSC grad Earnie Moore. The final addition to date is Jim Henderson, a graduate of Potomac State Junion College and John Marshall High School. The 5'11" 195 pound linebacker was all-state honorable mention, all OVAC and all-mountain- eer. Coach Adolfson commented that all the recent additions are fine prospects. He also commented that Vote For J ohn M. Moran Democrat House of Delegates., BRAXTOII CO. CITIZEN OF THE YEAR -- 1965 I NAVE THE DESIRE THE EXPERIENCE THE TIME TO REPRESENT YOU! B raxton Calhoun- Clay- Gilmer 23rd Delegate District .  Po!it!’al adve(isement paid for by John M. Moran Jim Henderson Glenville State College football coach Earl Adolfson announced last week the signing of four more football players for the 1976 season. The four new players include Wayne Voris, Terry Nolte, Pat Beaba and Jim Henderson. Voris is a six foot, 165 pound Split end from Troy, Ohio and Nte hails from Stow, Ohio. Nolte is a six foot, 175 pound slot safety. Pat Beebe attended high school at Warren Local• The stocky Six foot, 225 ' ROBERT BOB FOX ...o,. previous_ experience under Cecil Perkins at Potomac State ,  f will give the Pioneers quick and i immediate help in the year s campaign. : l/! 00.lUi l 1 I I I " I I BOARI00°"I0000' N Oeooeeeoeeooeeeeeeeooeeoeee • • • @ I " Q • @ etropohtan i 1 i Where. the i : Life- : - future IS now i  itS easy tO put off planning . :  your future, hopin 0 it will  • *,' take care of itself. , [ " . • Don't let this happen to •  you. Let's talk soon about  , retirement income, disabil- ,  ity insurance, and other  ! what is best for all the school children in : needs you may have to : I Gi' r C nty l: ,.o,,,ou.,r.,,.,,o.o-: me ou . : cial future. : 1 ot 1  YOu'll find we d° ca'e : Due to my present work schedule, I may n - about your future. ! i : mncru= Ba.,,U,.  : [ get to talk to everyone that I'd like to; • 813"Grand Central Avenue * • Vienna, W. Va. 26105 but l am | : °"': "' ="" : [ , vll,ng to discuss my position ! Residence(304}295-5353 i ,n relation to the school system at any ] • l • • : Life: time. h,, re, It/Neb Fez II | i Wbemt[cEltumisnow i e e Metropolttsn Life, New York, N.Y. imUlJlilll I.. I Illl. H II III il ..... IIIII I II I I I II I lUll I Jill iligmg o.**..**.e...e.e,e...e..e.e a three-over 74 for a 149 total and runner-up to Crislip, and GlenviUe's Jimmy Scott was third medalist with a 75-76-151 total. Bob Weaner of Davis & Elkins was fourth at 153 and Larry Milosh of W. Va. Wesleyan and Terry Johnston of Concord were deadlocked at 154. Sophomore Rick Simmons of Glenville carded on 81-78-159 total, while teammates freshman Jim Brady finished with a pair of 84-s for 168 and senior John Lilly had a 83-90-173 tourney not reached their 18th birthday before August 13, and carry a handicap of 12 or less. Three qualifiers from the state tournament will have an opportunity to play with a field of outstanding golf professionals at the national tourna- ment. which will be held at Reston South Golf Course. in Fairfax County. Virginia. August 13-17. In charge of the state event, which is sanctioned by the West Virginia Secondary Schools Activities Commis- sion. will', be Douglas Ball, Beckley: Eugene "Ace" Collins, Glenville; and Robert L. Waters. CPCU. Parkersburg. Application blanks are available from high school golf coaches throughout the state. 36-hole In team 1 of Concord, the tourney shots ahead Davis & followed bl (688}, Salem Va. Tech three eSpeed q. • Gibson • Washers • Refrigerators • See the Zenith Color Sets on We install and service all RHOADES PLUMBING 8r 15 Powell St. Glenville WE SERVICE ONLY WHAT Try Our Carry Out Pkwe 462.5272 Congrat Girl Graduates. a free gift for , It's a lovely Lane Keepsake Chest • . " freebies! 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