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7the FIELD GSCt m? ?" ' o hold football ca s in June ON O I outdoor sport, I find. is meeting new April 29, 1976 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 5 is in his eighth year as head (:oa(:h at State and has becn very successful in the Junior ranks. cellee has held the camp. The dates The other high school coach will The camp will be held on the for the firs! week of the camp are from be |ohn Behling, a very successful campus of Glenville State (;()liege. The June t3 - Iune 18. The second week of coach in Ohio. Coach Behling is facilities of the college will he utilized. Baseball great, Lou Gehrig, didn't miss a game for years, running up a playing streak of 2,130 consecutive major league games! II II II I --- and learning from them a new twist, another way, an the fishing game or, for that matter, to hunting and have curiousity, but so do fishermen, and since I g the devotees of the hook, line and sinker I have, over the Sportsmen friends everywhere a sizeable array of trivia. and different items to put into hopefully saleable up the bobber and bait approach several years go that route when in the mood. It works. But editor puts it, "I know I can catch fish on garden so do my readers," So instead, I concentrate most trivia. Some of the systems work; some don't. And is that often what works for bass in in Minnesota, or what really whacks walleyes in a bite in West Virginia. The trick of the trade, of systems, lures or new live bait - that will With that quest in mind, I set out two Saturdays ago pitch I picked up from a backpacking friend of long switch to a fly," he had told me. That's fine. was bCares to lug around two rods, a tackle box full of lures "And once I get on a stream," I explained, "I to get more gear." It was then that he whipped become a favorite of mine a 5-piece, 7-foot does it break down and fit into a pouch only inches tharll take a fly reel OR a spinning reel, It'll cast a lures. While it was designed for backpackers, I whenever and wherever I head out for some to lower Cedar Creek two weeks ago. I'd fly fish I decided. First I rigged the rod with a fly reel and reel, with its handle folded in for packing, in my pouch that can hold a half dozen or so lures carried. The pouch, which zippers closed, can also one wet fly on the line and six others on my hat, Sad was comfortably and completely portable. For one I simply undid the fly reel, mounted the spinning way back to the truck. the Romans do" may be valid advice for sightseers, fishermen, I find. It's a good way to learn local a Florida stint of mine several years ago. I had a fishing three lakes at Winter Haven to choose from, and before dinner. I had never fished this water before, but was Winter Haven's "Mr. Bass," so I motored home and sought his advice. Handing me a 9-inch Dave told me what to do. he advised, "then inch it off the edge of the let it sink. When it hits bottom, jig it up sharply once have one on by then, do it again." He sent me over to I must admit, when I first tossed the lure onto bass chomped onto that blue plastic before it tearing the rod from my hand, that foolish 'fast. I was late for dinner! Oddly enough, I've never that blue worm, and I've fished it in West Virginia, and Canada, too. the channel cats I've caught on chicken liver. This ht the taste buds of those spotted game fish 'Jersey, but here, in the Mountain State, it appears to for tiny bait-stealing bluegills and minnows than cats been able to latch onto any channels here in former Gilmer Countians, now living in Morgantown, ago. They had stopped by the house to show me a they took near the mouth of Tanner Creek. "We got said, "and a few bass too." somewhat surprised because I had liver them myself that very day. "On chicken liver?" they answerd. I told them of my Leading Creek on th Shenandoah, but it's not too good here. Put hook if you want channel cats," they said I'll I've hear that groundhog liver works well. bget their names} got the drum (or "buffalo" as some with a worm. I haven't yet fished for drum. to go about it. but these two long,time "local" adding a littl more lore to my collection of fishink I'll have to try; run muddy," they advised. "fish with worm, on the aters the Little Kanawha," And I've always lit out for is muddied by the runs! for man or beast, that's when to go for drum," still informed me when I told him of the "buffalo" He fishes for drum with lures - "plugs that are raining and nasty, they swim up into the riffles," !i the camp will be from June 20- June 25, presently coaching at Glen Oak High The athletic field far Football and , ,or. . o I PUBLIC AUUlIUN : 1975. School in Canton, Ohio and previously Softball ind ) swimming p el ....... ttead Football Coach Whitey coached NewPhiladelphia High School gymnasium, bowling and b|llards are Adolfson of Glenville State College will of Ohio to the Championship playoffs, all used as a part of the (:amp. I Saturday, May8, 1976 I be director of the camp. tie will be The college coaches include Frank The camp is for boys from grades I 10"130 A M assisted by the members of his Ellwood, head coach at Marshall 7-12. Any t))y entering the seventh i -. ._'-- "-"_ _ l coachin staff at Glenville. University. Coach Ellwood is in his grade during the Fall of 1976 would be I 1opoT tewarts reek I In addition to the Glenville State second year at Marshall University. He eligible to attend the camp. The cost of I U.S. Rt. 33/119 i College coaches, there will be eight previously had spent eight years at the camp is $75.00 and the campers 8 Miles East of G|ertvi lie outstanding visiting coaches working Ohio University. will be living in a campus residence I - .. "" in the camp. The eight visiting coaches Dale Evans, the defensive hall. The meals will be prepared in the I Hays rocery =_ will include four high school coaches backfield coach at the University of college careteria planned by the u Watch Paper NextWeek l For Complete kmtmg I led four ce, llege coaches. South Carolina, will be returning to college dietician I The high schoel coaches include instruct in the camp. Coach Evans is a Additional information may be I -- "- brained from Coach "Whitey" _M uwners I former head coach at Sistersville High, Homer (?,riddle, bead football coach at South Charleston High School. Coach Salem College and freshman coach at Adolfson. Head Football Coach, I Mr.  Mrs. Ray Campbell I Criddle directed his team to the Class West Virginia University. He was an Glenville State College, Glenville, W. | Au:lor" Don Potter AAA Championship game in 1975. assistant coach at Texas Tech Va. 26351. B Frank Vincent, head football University before moving to South IInmumummmmmmnnm l U mid coach at Charleston High School, will Carolina. be returning to instruct in the camp. Dr. Fred Martinelli, head football IIm"Bmm''nBBB"mBmmB''m"a'm' I II - Coach Vincent is the director of the coach atAshlandCollegeinOhio, will ; MORRIS BROTHERS At [ North-South football game to be played be returning to the camp as a guest I TANNIlII'8 IIIOSSROAID8 I in Charleston in July. instructor, Coach Martinelli is highly == -- i W Granville Zopp, the highly respected by his fellow coaches. | successful coach at Buckhannon- Cecil Perkins, head football coach m a|.s nV ! m $.00 PN | Upshur High School, will be another at Potomac State College, will be visiting high school coach, Coach Zopp returning to the camp. Coach Perkins I III I Illll II II II I [] Doddridge Thinclads down Gilmer Gilmer County's Titan track squad (bey and girl teams} dropped a dual meet to the Doddridge County squad Wednesday, April 21. The Bulldogs downed the Titan boy's 77-52 while the female thinclads of Doddridge upended the Titan gals, 52-44. Boys-Doddridge 77, Gilmer 52 Discus - Greg Bennett {D}, Rick Coffman {D), J. C. Keller {D}, 118-7. Long iump- Ford Lloyd (D}, Randy Hitt (G), Rick Hitt {G}, 19-4. Pole vault Rod Stansberry {D}, Maxwell (G1, John Proper {D}, 11-0. Shot put - Greg Carroll {D}, Dung Skinner (G), Karl Proper {D}, 40-11+. High iump - Don Wilson {G}, Alan Murphy (D}, tie - Ken Kelley (D] and Randy Sheets {D}, 5-10. Two-Mile relay - Gilmer {Randy Hitt, Williams, Ken Kuhl, Greynolds}. 9:06.5. 100 dash -Don Wilson {G), Grady Lamb (D), ]eft I,owe {D), 10.8. l:O higt hurdles - Mike Stickel (D), Frvmier (G), Gumm (G], 16:15 .... !.JO xqlay-,,,Oc,i#fi (ge,k -White, Brian Ash, Alan Murphy. Lynn Bennett}, 1:40,6. Mile run - Rick McKinney [D), Floyd Nichols {D}, Flowers (G}, 5:13.7. 440 dash - Don Wilson (GJ, Rick Hitt (G), Robert Swisher {D), 53.5. 440 relay - Doddridge [Randy Sheets, Rod Stansberry, Rick Curtis, Grady Lambl, 48.7. Shuttle Hurdle relay - Doddridge {Mike Stickel, Randy Sheets, Mark Willis, Rick Coffman}. 1:O3.5. 880 run - Butch Bailey {D) Greynolds (G}, Randy Hutson (D}, 2:08.0, 220 dash - tie - Brian Ash (D) and Rick Hitt {G}, Grady Lamb (D}. 25.2. 180 low hurdles - Rick Coffman (D}, Mike Stickel (D}, Jeff Lowe {D}, 21.9. Two-mile run - Ken Kuhl (G}, Jeff Lipscomb {D}, Gower (G}, 11.0. Girls - Doddridge 52, Gilmer 44 Shot put - Cummings (D}, Wilmouth (G}, Walker (D}, 28-8 1.4. High jump - Susie Williams {G}, Becky Wagner (D). Proper {D}, 4-6. Long jump - Susie Williams {G}, Bonita Williams (G}, Keller {D}, 14-11. 880 medley relay - Doddridge {Tina Montgomery. Pare Gum, Judy Holtz, Annette Coffman}.2:06.7. 100 dash Susie Williams {G), McHenry {G}, Keller {D}, 12.1. 110 low hurdles - Judy Holtz (D), Chipps (D}, Mass {G). 19.6. ' 880 relay-Doddridge (Tina Mont- gomery, Anita Kqller, Kay Boyce, Pam ml, z:34:b: ; vIile.Run - Proper {D}, Holgate {GI, Harr ]'DL 6:00.7. 220 dash - Hamrick (G), Annette Coffman (D}, Kathy Coffman {DI, 42.0. 440 relay - Doddridge {Robin Boyce, Titm Montgomery, Anita Keller, Judy Holtzl, 1:06.0. 880 run - Roten (G), Kay Boyce (D}, Brenda Montgomery {D}, 2:50.5. 220 dash - Susie Williams [G), Pam Gum (D}, McHenry {G}, 28.0. Purina Farmers Chows Friend We carry a complete line of Purina Chows Et Health Care Products, also a complete line of Protein Blocks, Salts Et Supplements. Custom Mixed Feeds DAWSON TACK Et SUPPLY Glenville, WV ANTENNA SALE! SAVE 20% - 25% - 30% OFFER GOOD ONLY UNTIL MAY AN00EN00 -BOOSTER.. W LINE IN00AL00Ti0NAND SERVICE Boosters Unconditionally Guaranteed For One Year. Antennas And Installation Guaranteed DbD ANTENNA SERVICE WILSIE, WEST VIRGINIA 3S4-8"/51 OR 384-M00 - : I II * .... IIII IIII II iiii I II : : ' - Local grad leads team to championship to them there. You might be surprised." So, the muddy up, I guess I'll have to head for the Jack Greynolds coached the Barberton High School Magics to an undefeated season - 26-0 including the State AAA Championship over Middletown in St. John's arena in Columbus. (;reynolds, Tanner High School and Alderson Broaddus graduate, has a record of 340 wins against 95 losses during his 21 years of coaching. His 7 year record at Barberton stands at 133 scored over a hundred points in six games. Greynolds, chosen Summit County Coach of the Year for the fourth time, was the leading applicant for basketball coach at Akron University but withdrew to remain at Barberton. He coached the Ohio All Stars as they went against the U.S. All Stars in Cleveland Public Hall. Greynolds is the son of Mrs. Allie wins - 28 losses. Greynolds, Glenville, WV, married to Barberton brought the state the former Mary Burke and has a ten crown back to the Akron area for the year old son, Jack, Jr. le Variely Shop first timesincelO39. Six of the first seven players will return next year. The tallest starter was 6T'. The team ORIGINAL PAINTINGS fRAFI$ averaged 85 points per game while their opponents averaged 61. They GASOLINE GREENWARE Have Unleaded Gas! Remember tl'mtthe.dlirmforal' and advertising in the Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder is Monday at 5 HANDMADE NECKLACES p.m. On Holiday weeks the deadline may . be even earlier. 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