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Catlett, Hundley, Akers, Wottle, Michaels , The Northern Division of Island Creek Coal Company is conducting a week-long all- sports camp this week at Glen- ville State College. Cliff Neal, director of human resources, said that some 94 persons are attening this year's camp, the second straight year it is being held at Glenville State College. West Virginia University Head Basketball Coach was here on Monday to speak to the group. Other popular names at the camp include 'Hot Rod" Hundley, former great at WVU, Gary McPherson, assistant coach to Catlett at WVU, Dale Ramsburg, head baseball coach at WVU, John Clark of Converse All-Stars, Willie Akers, head basketball coach at Logan High School, Peggy Michaels who teamed with Evonne Golagong Cawley to win the doubles championship at Wimbledon two years ago in tennis, Dave Wottle, former Olympic gold medalist in track and Tim Carney, coach at GSC who will be handling the golf. Additional photos of the camp will appear in our next edition. Braves remain unbeaten CATLETT with Cliff Neal, director of for Island Creek Coal Company. The Tanner Braves continue to lead the Glenville Jaycee Junior Baseball League with an umblemished record of 6-0. Glenville is in second place with a mark of 6-0 followed by Troy and Normantown, both at 3-5, and Sand Fork at 0-7. In games played last week, Tanner defeated Troy 13-8 behind the hitting of Mark Allison and Richard Summers. Allison slammed a home run and a triple while Summers ad- ded a home run. Also collecting extra base hits for the Braves were Rodney Wade (3), Ronnie Woodford and Brian Cain. R. Moyers, R. Somerville and S. Self each had two hits in a losing cause for Troy. Brian Cain was the winning pitcher and J. Crouch was tag- ged with the loss. In another game last week, the Glenville Reds defeated the Sand Fork Lions 11-4. Glenville's 11 runs came on eight hits and Sand Fork cross- ed the plate with four runs on five hits. Doug Morris was the winn- ing pitcher for the Reds as he fanned 11 batters. Darren Pritt and Jeff Steele struck out 12 Red batters in a losing cause. The Lions dropped their se- cond game of the week when the Normantown Falcons defeated Sank Fork 24-3. The Falcons slammed 12 hits including four home runs while Sand Fork had only two extra base hits. Jeff Steele fanned nine bat- ters for the Falcons and recorded the win while Kevin Knicely suffered the defeat. Normantown won their se- cond game of the week by defeating the Troy Pirates 13-7 last Wednesday night. The winners collected 20 hits in the contest while Troy slammed 17 but could score only seven runs. Kelvin Knicely and Ron Stalnaker combined to pitch Normantown to victory. R. Somerville and K. Self were the Troy hurlers. Swim & fit program underway the speaking of WVU Head Gale Catlett on Monday at the The Gilmer County Chapter of the American Red Cross, in cooperation with the County Recreation Center Pool, announ< es that a Swim & Stay Fit Program will begin the week of July 25th at the new Gilmer County Recreation Center Pool. Manager Kent Kennedy has given his ap- proval to begin the free pro- gram and one lane of the new pool will be closed off from 4-6 P.M., Monday through Friday, for all swimmers who wish to- participate. All interested per- sons are encouraged to take part in this free activity. Dr. John Hymes, Gilmer County Red Cross Water Safe- ty Director, adds that swimm- ing is one of the best forms of exercise for individuals of all ages. Unlike other sport ac- tivities, swimming causes no muscle pulls or bruises, and every muscle of the body gets a gentle workout. t Q ip Fqirground Rcl. 462-5689 Inc. or 269-4785 or 269-5877 Pool personnel will have in- formation sheets available on how to plan a beginning swim program and how to officially "log swimming mileage." Hymes notes that it is wise to start one's swimming with short distances and then very gradually build up. In either case, short or long distances, any swimming is a good, healthful exercise. At the end of the swim season, the American Red Cross will award Swim and Stay Fit Certificates to all eligi- ble persons who have swam a total of one or more miles. , ........... Friday Evening, July 27thI at the new Gilmer County Recreation Pool . . . II swimming and dancing to the hottest sound in I West Virginia. Disco to "Doc" Sabo and the I I 7000 dollar stereo sound equipment I e Admission: s2 per person 12:00 STARTS AT years of age will be admitted. HEARING TEST SET FOR GLENVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA Electronic hearing test will be given at the Conrad Hotel in Glenville each third Wednes- day of the month from 2 p,m. to 4 p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Hearing Aid Specialist. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 422 B.W. Pike St. Clarksbur WV 26301 The Glenville Democrat.Pathfinder 5 mer All play I rday in n The Gilmer County All-Stars will be assiste0 by Larry will meet Buckhannon 'A' Fraizer, assistant coach of Saturday afternoon in the Tanner, Keith Cole, head opening round of the district coach at Troy, Lynn Marks, little league tournament being assistant coach at Glenville held at the Weston Junior and Lou King, head coach at League Baseball Field located Sand Fork. near Lewis County High School. The local stars will play again on Sunday against the SHOULD YOU DRIVE TO winner or loser of the Weston- iiddlebourne contest in the HARRISVILLE FOR YOUR double elimination tourna- NEW OR USED CAR? ment. Nine teams are conpeting )n something as important as purchasing a new or used vehicle, for the title including three it just makes good sense to see teams from Lewis County, two the dealer who sells in volume, from Buckhannon, Mid- and by being in a rural area can dlebourne, Ritchie County, sell for less. Philippi and Gilmer County. We have a group ol Members of the local all.star employees who try very hard t(] team are Barry Losh and Jeff keep you happy with your vehicle. Steele of Sank Fork, Kenny Self, Jeff Bonnett and Rodney Moyers of Troy, Larry Young, Bobby Fox, Doug Morris and Jud Shreves of Glenville, Mark Allison, Rodney Wade, Brian 1609 East Main St., Harrisville, West Virginia Cain and Woodford of Tanner Ne're not very far from where and Billy Jones and Kevin ,ou are! Knicley of Normantown. Parkersburg 422-1051 Manager of the team is Jim Harrisville 643-2927 Mencer, coach of Glenville. He I Towne Bookstore ............ ............ ..... 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