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about other outdoorsmen, but for me watching wildlife has ever-increasing interest during my hunting and fishing it might reasonably be said that 1 have a bit more obtaining. As a result of my watching and not last week, our cupboard of outdoor offering is frozen Canada goose and a lone quail. In a few days I situation and fill our little refrigerator freezer with a tom more than likely I&apos;ll fill my notepad with pencil It'll just be my luck. I figure, for a turkey tom to walk up if focused on the food-gathering antics of some or V'addling woodchuck. I find that stump sitting in the Sting only on turkey is like going to the race track and May 13, 1976 The Glenvflle Democrat/Pathfinder 5 ...... 500 turn out for h!rs! show May2 ^0o R ,,, < ' _ jr K es) N o) Jimmy Stewart. Gassaway; 2nd - Steve Janet Isenhart, Cedarville; 2nd Duckworth, Gassaway; 3rd - Henry Rolanna Coberly, Glenville; 3rd included Oren Knicely. Webster Springs; Sunny Harper (electric timer), Ripley and Leonard Hardway (an- nouncer}, Palestine. Riders and horses competed in 19 different classes. Final results of the show were: Class #1 Pet Ponies (Rider 12 and under, Pony 48" and under) 1st - Randy Miller, Grantsville; 2nd - Bobby Carothers, Buckhannon; 3rd - Missy Arbogast, Weston; 4th - Mary Smith, Cedarville; 5th Steven Smith, Cedarville. Class #2 Halter Class (Horses) 1st - Randy Shobe, Point Pleasant; 2nd - Mike Rogers, Point Pleasant: 3rd - Sunny Harper, Ripley; 4th Dean Miller. Grantsville; 5th Rolland Coberly, Glenville. Class #3 Pleasure Ponies (Rider 14 and under, Pony 49" and under) 1st - Steven Hosey, Grantsville; 2nd Christine Minney. Cedarville; 3rd - Patty Carothers, Buckhannon; 4th - Teresa Kinder, Grantsville; 5th - Sherri Moss, Tanner. Class #4 Pony Barrel Race 1st - Ken Duckworth, Gassaway; 2nd - Patty Carothers, Buckhannon; 3rd - Teresa GSC grad named to Hall of Fame One of West Virginia's most illustrious athletic figures has again been honored for his service to local. state, and national sports. Rex E. Pyles, former basketball coach and athletic director at Alderson-Broaddus College. has been elected to the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACD A} Hall of Fame. The selection was announced by Bill Rohr, athletic director at Ohio University and president of NACDA, and Honors and Awares committee chairman Cecil Coleman of the University of Illinois. Few have had athletic careers which could equal that of Rex Pyles. In his forty years of service at Alderson- Broaddus, Pyles directed the athletic program both as an administrator and a coach. Thirty of his years were doubled as he served as basketball oach and athletic director. His cost me one bas last week, I'm sure. Unlimbering for the first time this year, I put it into action at a Park pond one evening - practice for a planned trip to cancelled by rain). Earlier. I landed a lO-inch ater on a little minnow plug. but as the sunfish of the pond I switched from spinning gear to my Wherever I looked, little bluegills pursued the fish. (Those ponds, incidentally, in my opinion are in attention.) After tying on a battered, pping bug. I started out at one end of the pond Systematically casting to each little ripple. It was like s circular target, but instead of shooting bullets I was s lure. I landed one bluegill on the third cast, then dk along the bank. But a dipsy-doodle-like motion behind opposite shore caught my eye and I took my attention It was a long-legged sandpiper. As I watched and rocking walk. I heard a splash in the pond. I turned, the size of the ring of ripples resulting from a lunge at t ha,e been a bass. Try as I might, I couldn't tease him has created other problems, too. Sitting on the bank on Leading Creek one day, fishing for channel cats, I ee, a mocking bird go through his entire repertoire of Whistle to a catbird call. It was a pleasing sound to hear silent morning. As I tried to catch a glimpse of the avian world, my attention was temporarily taken from sinker in the water below. The singing mimic finally flew to see, so I turned my attention back to the creek and the to find that the current had caught my line and it was twig, root or hidden debris completely out of my reach. losing the last hook I had. tie in the Baskatong country of Quebec when I canoed Narrows in search of some pike. A loon, that crazy, country, suddenly surfaced off the bow of the canoe laugh of his as if making fun of my casting technique. surface again, this time off the stern. I turned and big bird gracefully slide through the water a far-off lake. Then he tried to take off, and as he churned his legs in an almost asinine attempt to get Came to a jolting halt, almost throwing me overboard. I often a mystery-solving game, too. While wading and ral weeks ago, a strange sound from the quiet water Stewart, Gassaway; 4th Richard Franklin, Point Pleasant; 5th - Ernie Jarvis. Exchange. Class #6 Three Gaited 1st - Janet Isenhart. Cedarville; 2nd Shells Minney. Cedarville; 3rd Cheryle Barton, Glenville; 4th Rolanna Coberly. Gienville. Clsss #7 Ring Spear (Horses) 1st - Mike Boggs. Glenville; 2nd - Roger Isenhart, Cedarville; 3rd - Fred Moore, Glenville; 4th - Dick Bright, Flatwoods; 5th - Junior Pulliam, Ripley. Class #8 Ladies Pleasure 1st - Kim Grose, Parkersburg. 2nd - Terri Lynn Taylor, Nettle; 3rd- Peggy Arbogast, Weston; 4th - Debra Grose, Parkers- burg; 5th - Liz Glover, Glenville. Class #9 Pony Musical Chairs 1st - Pat Roberts, Glenville; 2nd - Roger Smith, Cedarville; 3rd - Mary Smith, Cedarville; 4th - Sherri Moss, Tanner; 5th - Patty Carothers, Buckhannon. Class #10 Western Pleasure 1st - Kim Grose, Parkersburg; 2nd - Terri L. Taylor, Nettie; 3rd - Greg Young, Point Pleasant; 4th - Liz Glover, Glenville; 5th - Ron Hosey, Grantsville. Class #11 Roadster Ponies 1st - Warner Short, Wolf Summit; 2nd - Charles Lowther, Buckhannon; 3rd - Ann Lowther, Buckhannon. Class #12 Pole Bending (Ponies) 1st - Mike Rogers, Point Pleasant; 2nd - Ken Duckworth, Gassaway; 3rd - Rick Smith. Cedarville; 4th Patty Carothers, Buckhannon; 5th - Rick Smith, Gedarville. Class #13 Pole Bending (Horses) 1 st - Steve Duckworth, Gassaway; 2nd - Henry Stewart, Gassaway: 3rd - Mike Boggs. Glenville; 4th - Ernie Jarvis, Gassaway; 5th Johnny Godfrey, Copen. Class #14 Walking Horse 1st - Linda Burns, Weston; 2nd - Donna Wuchner, Weston; 3rd - Troy Barton, Glenville; 4th - Shelia Minney, Cedarville; 5th - Leonard Hardway, Palestine. Class #15 Flag Race {Horses) 1st - Richard Franklin, Point Pleasant; 2nd - Henry Stewart, Gassaway; 3rd basketball: teams,won 460: games, fivb quarry. :er" West Virgta'Interedilelhte A|hletic |a severe shortage of these leggy amphibians in recent Conference Championships, five o up my rod and quietly, cautiously, stalked upstream WVIAC Tournaments, and were den bullfrog lair to which I might return on opening runners-up six times. They played in  two NAIA Tournaments in Kansas bland and inched up on what I thought might be a local City. In 1961, Rex was the first West mping creatures, and as I approached the still water Virginian to be named Coach of the kland to the stream. Then a second and a third. I slipped Year by the National Association of d found 50 or more, all submerged, each hugging the Intercollegiate Athletics, and in 1968 Itc t n The weren t he was named to the basketball Hall of hi, nga blanket. But they weren' gree . y ' ida!' a friend informed me later when I described my Fame by the same association. ' "These landlubbers spawn in shallow water this time of _ Earlier recognized in .l.'s native *sd West Virginia for his overall athletic fOUnd in the grass at the base of a tree in the woods in success, Rex was,t" year o . . into the West Virginia porT writers ggsther wildlife watch were also a mystery. ...... As I later Hall of Fame. , already hatched of grouse - very unusual real early ........... ; i ' . ... . . , A nauve o! mnnslon, t'yles was 8 ormed me when I zolc] nim o my nno ......... tball st " " in ate !oomau and oasze anaou ry was nosed this week by a bat, one that flew into our ,__,,_ i_.._1. __,___, __a ^^n___ ,,___ 'rOiddle o(a sunny afternoon. After clinging to the sill for oou, g,, scn ,o f,_u,,muqse,p,: ] its usual erratic flight, but then minutes later returned immei" ;te'iy * j" o"med" "h=e "sa f" oi" 'A.BT 0 the house next door. What strange, unknown force of with which he served until August, =ttirne creature out of its lair to wing around in broad 1975. why he crashed. At least someone has said bats are Although he is most widely known light and can't see a house for the trees! as a great competitor in basketball, he Column solved another ildlife mystery for me recently was also an outstanding baseball tpetry. Severalmonths ago I wondered, in print, where coach and in 1973 he directed the )nds go on a cold winter's niglt. Mrs. Garnet Woodyard of Battlers' first bowling team to s, and informed me like this: conference and the tournament titles. Cm? Pyles joins fourteen oer noted I You not know, athletic directors in this year s class to es the Hall of Fame The fifteen directors , to keen out of the snow. " " e all ,-. =- have compiled over three centuries of ......... g'. dedicated service to intercolle iate tree and take a qmck peek. . g at sleep and at rest, athletics. ado ......... Formal induction ceremonies into _ - mew wings ano some on melt .reasi. . ..... _.,_,_,.^ _. _j_ but d ...... me tAdzens :avmgs mmu ruuuuu- !! " unm msmro, tion - snonsored hall of fame will take be your sleepmg birds' ping bird .. place at a special luncheon June 21 ff .... " " 'i during NACDA's llth annual conven- '  i g '  tion in Hollywood, Florida. j"  jr' /r J 1 - /"  j' chool and Office Supplies? See  , ..." . .Us First! Glimer Graphics, Inc., _  109 E. Main St., Gienvflle. | _- - _ - _ I ,TllEET PINE MANOR GROCERY GLEN VILL[, |h Salmon eggs reg. 1.49 sale pr!ce 1.29 Salmon eggs reg. 1.85 sale pr, ce 1.65 "rs reg. 1.39. sale-'price 1.00 ]as powered nile. 5mm reg. 55.00 sale 49.95 gas powered rifle .22 cal. reg. 42.95 sale 39.95 gas powered pistol BB cal. reg.32.95, salepnce29.95 raft el " um .95 umm canoe 17 ft. reg. 299 . _ . sale pr,ce249.95 4== =urn flat bottom boats deluxe 12 ft. reg. 175.00, r 145.00. . . Sale prices good th=s week onw. Cheryle Barton, Glenville; 4th - Shelia Minney, Cedarville; 5th Gene Donaldson. Weston. Class #17 Racking Class (Horses) 1st - Bob Goodrich, Normantown: 2nd - Vic Goodrich, Normantown; 3rd Richard Goodrich. Normantown; 4th - Danny Self, Stouts Mills; 5th Dells Goodrich, Normantown. Class #18 Dash for Cash 1st - Richard Franklin, Point Pleasant; 2nd - Steve Duckworth. Gassaway; 3rd Jimmy Stewart, Gassaway. Class #19 Pick-Up Race 1st - Henry Stewart, Gassaway; 2nd Steve Duckworth. 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