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May 28, 1976

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GSC&apos;s Terry Crislip chosen Siam on ', SPORTS in the 'Golfer of the Year' rainbow trout lazily lept from the water about 60 feet from water darted back to the safety and shade of an eep in the middle of the stream I had been of a stonefly nymph in a search for trout of any from the bank trying to tease two circling Golden combination It was near mid afternoon and we or fish for fun stretch of the Back Fork of the s fly is to the wading angler what a flushing grouse is to epitome of excitement And that rolling rainbow reach was no exception I abandoned my midstream gingerly worked my way through shallower water the Golden I had to skirt the deeper pool by walking apposite side from John Ducking under overhanging tree over pillowsize boulders I worked my way closer to out from its deepwater lair one more time Ilthad long and tied on a brown hackle dry fly sprayed it float and made my first sidearm cast Too short I to try again but this time hung up in a branch on my wading-climbing retreat to retrieve my fly. Minutes I cast again. I put that choice bit of feathers, thread trout's dinner table, but every time he turned up his a invitation. I changed to a Royal Coachman, a black gnat, a pouting six-year-old refusing to touch his liver and would have nothing to do with anything artificial. sling was John's spin fishing attempts to feed his two than 40 feet from his toes. Artificial lures only, with all the angler can use on this sport-fishing stretch of :lien rainy afternoon imitation minnows or insects just "They won't feed until tonight," another fisherman Couldn't stay, so regretfully, almost sadly, left the Golden to West Virginia, but not to fishing. A Massachusetts trout, but not in the Mountain State, so I offered to of the state's more historic streams-the Elk River. We at Bergoo, John armed with cheese eggs, worms, with my flyrod and assorted streamers and flies. this year has been exceptionally dry, and like our the high country streams have shown the effects of our trout, I chose a pool where previously I had John had problems. After giving up four hooks to the consider going the bobber route, My rod arched. I streamer tied by Dour Williams of Glenville and it r right from the middle of the pool. But in my anxiety to my net behind, and as I fumbled to hand land my rasp. chase, but without success. I tried to offer * Heckert took a 22-incher from this pool on a worm it would spur John on. Then I felt my line tighten the top-water, tail-dancing act of a 15-inch rainbow morning sun as I let it run and leap across the pool. :he rocky shallows. Still without a net, I hand-llfted my for John to see. But that slippery fish gave one final and hit the water wriggling, taking my last muddler watery home. That was the last trout for the day. Terry Crislip Terry Crislip, a junior business administration major from Parkers- burg, has been chosen the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Con- ference's (WVIAC) 'Golfer of the Year'. Crislip has been the top player on the Glenville State golf team for the past three years. This year, he averaged 76 strokes for the Pioneers. Four from GSC get WVlAC baseball According to Tim Carney, GSC golf coach, Crislip will represent District 28 (West Virginia) in the NAIA National Golf Tournament June 1-5 in Burlington, North Carolina. There will be 33 teams and individuals such as Crislip participating in the national event. Crislip finished in the top 35 in the event in his freshman year when the Pioneers participated as a team in South Dakota. Crislip and Coach Carney will be leaving for North Carolina May 30. BERNIES RESTAURANI Try A Big Bernie" Double DeCker honorable mention May 27, 1976 The Gienville I)emocrat/Pathtind.r 5 You be the umpire... You be the judge! This was the controversial play which came at ilia top el tim tenth inning that gave Calhoun a I-0 decision over Gilmer, in isctkmld play at St. Mary's May 11. Calhoun County came away with a 1-0 decision Tuesday, May 11, over Gilmer County in a controversial lOth inning play. The play came at the top of the tenth inning. Gilmer pitcher Randy Miller is high in the air with Calhoun base runner Fred Hannah beneath him. Calhoun batter Ken Heiney is crouched between Miller and his catcher, Mike Minney (Partially hidden in the background), while the ball is directly below Miller. Hannah scored on a passed ball despite arguments that the ball hit Heiney, who did not try to move out of the way when Minney retrieved the ball and attempted to throw it to Miller who was covering the plate. According to the 1976 edition of the high school baseball rule book, Rule 7 - Article 5 - Section 3 on batting infractions. "A batter shall not: Interfere with the catchers fielding or throwing by stepping out of the batters box or making any other movement which hinders action at home base or by failing to make reasonable effort to vacate a congested area when there is a throw to home base and there is time for the batter to move away." knows, cheese or salmon eggs, or wQrma and , Four members clothe 1076 squad L : the battling mountain trout yet on this day they of the Glenville State College Baseball IIIIIII IIIIII I ......... III i ng tossed their way and settled for deer hair and team received honorable mention from We could only develop fish ESP, perhaps then we could the West Virginia Intercollegiate I Tentative Price Notice I fussy fish. I don t believe that Back Fork fisherman's Athletic Conference. , feed until tonight."I bet that muddler minnow t lost They are Tim Shepard. Scott i Ford Motor Company I vebeentheonetastymorseltheGoldentroutwould Anderson, Buddy Jarrell and Dale ! j FflRD DIVISION .a' ttll| hi, But without fish ESP, who really knows? Stover. The All-Conference team, ire s eclal honorable mention and honor ! ") KNUMBER #Y ! would have put trout in my creel too. Don Phillips p ,' " - :kCountry bank of Laurel Fork, fishing as we went. able mention selectees are chosen by /._) * pJ.- -__.._. SHIP TO: g up against the bank in the edge of a little pool caught WVIAC. eathery concoction right in front of it five times D'idn't  I :O ZOVed on. Don followed. He, too, saw the loggy lair, but ....... in gutted one of the little 3-inch chubs I left lying on the Hill| 0 follle lracil llleet ! LDTO: oil a hook, and cast to the same little pool. Don must I ". ""-.  MAIN  LEWIS ITS " 1 i  he, right from under that log I-,11 e i | % co. 14d531 GLENVILLE ilV i6til | rig gourmets, I'm told. Armed with a bit of knowledge all ill t a frog chunk bait into every layer of lily pads along The .......... EIlake l know and my only reward for two hours of ClassicInVetCatinoanaTnUaaikMl uI''ame m [li11-"t1"lCll' MUSTANG II $ DOOR :P?2 ti !'' 6,O4Ti0O pana. No ESP . held on Saturday June 12 aetiLVlih; i -- ,ou-. ,90, 2,l LITER V$ 6 CYLINDEtj' N I piscatorialESP-ordoyou.havetobeaPisces?l'ma Fi.elJ in Charleston beginning at 2:00 ! + STALLION GROUP ,11:" "2t0O I The meet will consist of 31 events. ". SELECTSHIFT CRUISEq#:ATIC zig.00 I Competing will be boys and girls high | ":. BRTO X 3 Rill ,,i! '' LbOtO0 1 school champions from seven states ! "',':,.:.::, POKIER RACK AND PIlliON STEERING ll?.O0 | I I::RrmrQ f' (Kentucky Maryland North Carolina | "%. POHER FRONT D I$C ,RAKES 5is00 m ,, .,,,,,IFSV .'lJ- Ohio. Pennsylvania, Tennessee and '"':*...M RADIO :ii":" 71i00 _B iil r',.=.,,.J " West Virginia). The open and college 1 r'rlllU division athletes will be from "'';. TOTAL OPT..,JN$ Ti3tO0 _ throughout the United States including i ,60,0 , rW a complete line of Purina West Virginia's own Mike Tyson 1 iJS' """:".:. .,'" i J ..... Feature event of the meet will be i ' 0' ' ": " ealth Care Products, also a the "Miracle Mile", in which eight ST'TOARETURE$ AT NO EXTRA CHARGE NC I _  m----me.. 0..1.. am- runners will be entered who have each m e of Protemn omuuK, oa,ta  . . ,-SPEEO FLI3I .:'IFT MANUAL TRANSMISSION NC m run the mfle m less than four minutes!  SOLID STATE ,'NITICN NC I I1[. The complete mile field will be FRONT DISC .JES NC. i._ . ..... announced after the NCAA champion- l 'ustom MlXeO PlS ships in Philadelphia on June 4 and 5. COLOR-KEVE.."UR'.HAIE,;COATED BUMPERS NC I )N TACK SUPPLY s00:.l and Office Sup::?_See ii REAR S NCNll 11 "ran liinil U First. GgmerGrap ,Inc., COLOR-tgED CUT PI' CARPETING N B_ 'zlnVIIl_ wv 109 E Main St, Glenville RACK l PINION STEE,ING N I .... , ,, ,, i HHEE'::'."COVER$   I lilT pINE MANOR G ElY GLE.NVILLE I SPECI'AL THIS WEEK llemi auto, 22 cal rifle reg. 7500 sale p[ice 600 i '! *** *; \\;:% |" 30 30 lever act,on rifle reg 127911 sole price 114.95 , < $40022 I n 700ADL 221250 rifle reg. 194.95, sale pr!ce 159.95 ' " :.:.'-" iii - ti; ",ll , nTB8 22/250 rifle reg. 124.95, salo price 114.95 .i;! Service & Undercoatlnl $70 ,,,,,, ! n 788 221250 rifle used, with see thru mounts I .,., .,o ',.,., I I sale price 95.00 ,'  i ;.%. i r .22 semi-auto, rifle with scope, used . I ,,'"' i i "% ..... I sale price 5000 . i TRANSPORTATION AND HANDLING  I i /j ,o,,L "'" I .,l:lirlrleles pounder rag, 625 solo price 4 99 i + GLENVILLE i _iorl ot new 22 caliber hand guns in stock now also a ** "ed .22 hand guns, all priced right. I i FORD SALES ' I E PRICES GOOD THIS WEEK ONLY 2-7336 462-7"337 I Llll IIIII II III ll -IIIIIIII III IIIII l_.JL [I IIIIIIII] :--llllllllIl'FlllllJ