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~~e ~_m. ~ile Democrat.Pathfinder mm Y in ~,~est Virginia Wesleyan may i~a.~- won the West Virginia ~;o;~ference title last year, but ti~ Alderson Broaddus Bat- te, ~ may have won the crown in me post-season recruiting war. A-B, who finished fourth in the WVC last year, landed four "blue chip" performers. Coach Dave Barksdale signed 6-5 f~Jward Willie Stewart of Mullens, 6-6 foward Jon Car- michael of Muncie, Indiana, 6-2 guard Leon Childs of Aikens, South Carolina and 6-3 guard Ritzy Townsend of Pittsburgh. Atl of Barkdale's recruits were sought by major col- tege~. Stewart was heavily recrmted by Ohio University, Ch~tds by Southern Con- fer~nce member The Citadel, Ca~michael by Southern Mississippi and Townsend by several schools. Carmichael played for two-time Indiana state champion Muncie South. In a ~ecent all.star clash, he outscored University recruit, Tom Heitz, 18-4. Chiids and Stewart were both first team all-state selections. James M. Rose, Owner WED-THUR-FRI i I With players like this, A-B should move into a contenders roll for the conference crown. But, powers West Virginia Wesleyan and Fairmont State had succcessful recruiting seasons. Wesleyan Coach Gary Hess will have five new faces. They Cheese Turner along with Win- field's Freddie Wright. Glenville State College Coach Jesse Lilly has added Jerry Myers, a 6-3 transfer from Fairmont State College, Randy Anderson, a highly-recruited 5-6 point guard from Ripley, Mike Morrison, a 6-4 foward f t include Kevin Dokes, a 5-11 from Parkersburg and Thurnell point guard who was captain, Griffin, a 6-1 guard from of the Akron, Ohio all-city Garden City, Georgi team; Cad Smith, a 6-5 foward "We are still looking at two who was named player of the player," Lilly said Monday. year in the suburban Philadelphia league; Shirley Martin, a 6-4 transfer from A-B; Jeff Ochroch, a 6.3 guard from Phiily, and Jerome Peterson, a 6-8 transfer from Winston- Salem (N.C,) College. FSC Coach Joe Retton has landed a pair of highly-touted junior col~e players to go with threeWest Virginia high school sta[s. Retton signed 6-7 center An~tre Allen of Mercer (N.J.) Junior College, the number two junior college in the country; 6-5 foward Darrell Corley of Glossen (N.J.) Junior College; Logan High School standotJts Mike Collins and DRIVE-IN Gcmmwcry. WV Telephouo 364-5143 JUNE 27-28-29 ATURDAY--SUNDAY JUNE 30 JULY 1 % WHEELING Terry McCormick, 6-3 guard Wheeling Central. WEST LIBERTY Bob Roberts, 6-8 center Magno- lia; Jay Kiger, 6-7 center from Oak Glen; Dave Koehler, 6-2 guard Wheeling Park; CONCORD Scott Ellis, 6-1 guard, Logan; De- wayne Thaxton, 5-10 guard Brain- well; Phillip Cooke, 6-I guard Pine- ville; Mike Smith, 6-2 guard Peters- town. U. OF CHARLESTON Keith Creighton, 6-4 guard Wheeling Park High School and AI- egheny Community College; Mike Tappan, 6-5 forward Hehobeth Beach, Dei.; Gerald Reed, 6-7 cen- ter from Louisville, Ky.; Jerry Forster, 6-7 center Nashville, Tenn. BLUEFIE~ Terry Edwards, 6-6 center Car- roll County, Va.; 6-6 center David Adams, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Jerome Wolcoff, 6-4 forward Graham High School (Va.); Rick Marshall, 6-0 guard transfer from Tennessee State. "We hope to get a 6-4 player and 6-7 kid from near }{ Louisville." }{ ,1{ The Pioneers, who suffered 4= to a 12th place finish in the WVC last season, have lost . vv=vv vvvvvvv-v three starters. They are Wayne Washington, Charles Warner and Gary Nottingham. Also gone are seniors Joe Kniceley and Calvin Page. Returning starters include Don Bullett, Doug Watts and P. T. Thomas. GLENVILLE Jerry Myers, 6-3 guard-forward Lewis County and Fairmont State; Randy Anderson, 5-6 guard BJpley; Mike Morrison, 6-4 forward Par- kersburg; Thurnell Griffin, 6-I guard Garden City, Ga. W. VA. WESLEYAN Kevin Dokes, 5-11 guard Akron, Ohio; Carl Smith, 6-5 forward Phil- adelphia, Pa.; Jeff Ochroch, 6-3 guard Philadelphia, Pa,; Shirley Martin, 6-5 forward, transfer from Alderson-Broaddus; Jerome Patter- son, 6-8 center, transfer from Win- stun-Salem College. W. VA. STATE Fred Jansohn, 6-8 center St. AI- bans and Hillsboro (Fla.) Junior College; Andre White, 6.0 guard, Beckley and Glenville State Col- lege; CharUe Tribble, 6-3 forward- guard Winfield. FMRMONT Andre Allen, 6-7 center Mercer (N.J,) Junior College; DarTell'cor- ley, 6-5 forward Gl~sen (N.J.) Jun- ior College; Mike Collins, 6-7 cen- ter, Logan; Cheese Turner, 6-s for- ward, Logan; Freddie Wright, 5-9 guard, Winfield. ALDERSON-BROADDUS DAVIS& ELKINS Jon Carmichael, 64 forward Dave Kirby, 6-6 forward Annapo- Muncie, Ind.; Willie Stewart, 6-5 lis, Md. and Fork Union Military forward Mullen Leon Clulds, 6-~ Academy; John Casner, 6-7 for- guard, Aikens, S.C.; Ricky Town- ward Chantilly, Va. and Fork Un- send, 6-3 guard Pittsburgh, Pa. ion; Brian Sye, 5-10 guard Salem, N.J. and Fork Union; Ron Niner, 6-5 forward Oakland, Md. and Gar- rett Community College; Ric Plul- lips, 6-5 forward Philadelphia, Pa. and Garrett Community College; Steve Wamsley, 6-1 guard Tygarts Valley; Eddie McKay, 5-10 guard from Princeton. W. VA. TECn Sedale Tl~eatt, 6-2 guard, At- lanta, Ga.; Fernandez Anderson, 5*9 guard, Atlanta, Ga.; Harold Pun- nell, 6-2 guard, South Charleston; . Allen Porter, 64 guard.forward, Reds, Braves SALEM Scott Carey, 6-$ guard, Clarks- burg Washington Irving; Larry Easley, 6-6 forward, Stonewall Jackson and Southern Methodist University. Signed four other play- ers, including pair of 6-8 centers, but will not release names. Get to know it, and the redesign l front section y( ur l)h( lw can save you a lot of time. And trouble. And me,hey. It's called the Consunler Telephone Guide. Aud wdve made it ilm the fastest, most convenient way for you to get the m,,st v(,ur telephone. Starting with the l .)ld, clearindex that tells }oti tightwhere to tulq for help. For area codes. Repair ., rvice. M( ney say h ig tip'< G lfference call s. And a lot more. All in a clem, easy-to-read flwmat. The emergency numbers you might need are right up front. On pa e one. And the rest isn t far behind, mse tl e Guide packs all its information into 20 easy- to-read pages. Informati(m on more than 40 phone-related subjects from long distance dialing tips to short cuts through the rest of the phone book. I heres even a helpflil guide to under- standing your phone bill. Answers to common questions about your / phone bill. Plus some very prac- tical consumer information on lc,)king up phone numbers, arrm ging new service, basic ser- vice options and special telephone / : ,services for disabled customers. ; In the end, we expect a lot of will get to know the front of phone for what it is. A valuable timesaver. A trouble- kJ d a genuine moneysaver. @ win opening league games The Glenvitle Reds and Tan- ner Braves posted victories in opening round games of the Glenville Jaycee Junior Baseball League. The Glenville Reds banged out 25 hits enroute to a 20-3 win over the Troy Pirates last Tuesday night and Tanner Braves scored a 9-4 win over the Normantown Falcons. the and one t ville, R. Shansey. In Tanner' Rodney 13 a team win. hitting The Reds slammed five runs home runs, three triples and banged a three doubles when they Cain ano thrashed the Pirates. Bob smashed Fox and Larry Young led the at- Russell tack with four hits each while the Dale Cart, Doug Morris, Johnny Young and Jud limited to Shreeves each banged out grand three hits. Ken L. L. rosters given Rosters have been announc- Cain, ed for this year's Glenville Frymie Jaycee Junior Baseball Wade, League. Mikey GLENVILLE son, REDS Hendri( Larry Young, David Peter- fries. son, Jud Shreeves, Matt Davis, Jimmy Law, Bob Fox, Jeff James, Billy Watkins, Dale Jeff transfer from Ctmwan (N.C) Junior Cart, Gary Lane, Johnny Kelly College; Hen Williams, 6-4V= for- Young, Tom Marks, Doug Mor-. da Jone ward-center, transfer from Chowan ris, Kevin Pratt, Keith Moo e, Losh, Junior College; Don Willis, 6-7 for- Alan Cunningham, Phil Peter- Steele, ward, transfer from Cumberland on,. Kermit Deal, Erica Jones, (Ky.) Junior College; Jerome Gillespie, Angle Miller, Shirley George Pierce, 6.4 center-forward, Toledo, Greenlief, Timmy Furr, Tom Ohio; Curt Smith, 6.3 guard-for- ward, Wilmington, Del. SIIEPBERD Kevin Roman, 6-6 forward Jef- ferson County. ,e nie Sm Roten, Jimmy Mencer, Alan Billips, Brian Flack, N nnette David Hoard and Bruce Collins. nett, Coach is Jim Mencer. Colt, NORMANTOWN Crouch, FALCONS Finley, Amy Brady, Kevin Cogar, An-Finley, drew Cunningham, Paul Deuley, Jerry Hess, Rodney Jenkins, Larry Jones, Thomas Tracy Jones, William Jones, Chris Sharon Kennedy, Kelvin Knicely, Greg Kevin Knicely, Kenny Landis,Smarr, Mark Minney, Thomas Moore, Smith, Terry Moss, Michael Roberts, Michael Schimmel, Stephen Eric Schimmel, James Smith Ron- Cole a nie Smith, Ronald Stalnaker and Bradley Williamson. Coaches are Gene Williamson and Roger Kennedy assisted by Michael Schimmel. TANNER BRAVES Richard Summers, Ronnie Woodford, Jerry Knight, Micah Russell, Rodney Wade, Brian ,, i ,|,1,1 i I SHOULD YOU DRIVE TO HARRISVILLE FOR YOUR HEW OR USED CAR? On something as important as purchasing a new or used vehicle, it just makes good sense to see the dealer who sells in volume, and by being in a rural area can sell for less. W e have a group of employees who try very hard to keep you happy with your vehicle. 1609 East Main St., Harrisville, West Virginia Ne're not very far from where ou are! Parkersburg 422-1051 H arrisville 643-2927 I I RedS Braves Lions Pirates Falcons I Sc J NEW HOURS 8:15 a.m. to 5 Monday through Except Wed and Sat 9 e Phone