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August 18, 1977 The Glenville Democrat/ PatMinder 5 Evens remain undefeated; whitewash Odds 12-0 II BRAVES BASEBALL TEAM, L-R: 1st Frymier, David Hendricks, Billy 2nd Law, Brian Cain, and Bruce Row: Tony Frymier, Mike Summers, and Rodney Wade; 3rd Row: Coach Lynn Marks, John Freshour, Richard Edman, and Coach Mike Messenger• Not pictured: Ricky Pettit and Coach Jimmy Fitzwater. [Bayard Young Photo] FALCONS BASEBALL TEAM, Jerry Hess, Tommy Marks, Sonya Fisher, Billy Jones, Berry and John Paul Shock; ,and Dale  isher, Sylvester Michael A. Sprouse, David Fisher, Michael B. Sprouse, Mike Auction Sale Hess, Martin Hess, and Rick Parsons; 3rd Row: Coach Orval "Gene" Williamson, Asst. Coach Ed McElwee, and Asst. Coach Joe Motto. Not ltks, Death.Barley, Kein ,als, Dan Mark, Terry Hess, and Ronny Smith. 5 on Ellis Rd. at Sand Fork starting at 10 a.m on Saturday August 27 the following room suite, antique coffee, table, 4 solid maple straight s, 2 rope bottom chairs, cook stove, metal cabinet, dining kitchen cabinet, 2 iron beds [comp]. chest-o-drawers, lot pots and pans, dishes, pictures and frames, marble top Stand, medicine cabinet, electric clocks, antique stand, big heating stoves, buffet [brass pulls], folding chair, wringer can, clothes baskets, yellow poplar base cabinet, oak Chair, wall shelves, table lamps, old bottles, quilting frames. old brass wash board, 2 wash tubs. lot house flowers, lot bed clothing, pillows, lot quilt pieces and new material, lot lot hand tools. Items to numerous to mention. Reason for sale-Ill health Not responsible for accidents Food and Drink available Auctioneer Clark Minney Owner: l)orthy Neal unOUlemomouonnolloiomomonlomollomolollOm°m°ll°| INTERRUPTION ! ! °n c°ntract ilng! EATHER PERMITTING | ,+oV[o.. 28, 1977 ..,-,.-,e Butcher and Arnold admitted to WVU Law School Timothy B Butcher. son of Mr, and Mrs. Robert 1. Butcher of 109 Brooklyn Drive in Glenville, and loyce H. Arnold, daughter of Mrs. Rachel Helmick of Box 8, Sand Fork, have been accepted by the West Virginia University College of Law to begin study this fall. It will be lhe 10Oth class to enter WVU&apos;s oldest professional school, which admitted its first students in 1878. only elevens years after the University's establishment. Dean Willard L. Lorensen said that 160 students were admitted, having been chosen from among 596 applicants. Businessmen. Merchants. There is no better way to reach your local market than an ad in your local aper. Call 462.7309 now for ormation on our low rates, combination ads and big discounts 1:30 p.m. of ilmer except  k to Rosedale Sand Fork, tOuts Mills, r areas. pted also u Power Co. Playing before an estimated 250 fans on the rain-soaked Gilmer County High School football field, the Evens made it two victories in a row as they whitewashed the Odds team, 12-0, in the Second Annual Gilmer County High School Alumni football game. The Evens, made up of graduates from Gilmer County high schools in even-numbered years, got on the scoreboard in the second quarter on a three-yard pass from John Fox to Roy Alltop. The play came on the heels of a pass from Larry Chapman to Bill Turner, who scampered 50 yards to bring the ball to the three-yard line of the Odds. The extra point attempt failed and the score stood 6-0 at the half, The teams battled to a standoff in the third period without any scoring taking place. Then in the fourth quarter, Odds quarterback Roger Davisson threw a pass which was intercepted by Evens linebacker Eddie Reed. Reed carried the ball 20 yards into the end zone to give the Evens their 12-0 winning margin. The extra points attempt again failed. No speed crackdown Mayor Wyatt says Has there been a crackdown on speeding in Glenville? That's the question we put to Mayor Robert J. Wyatt after hearing reports from area residents that such an operation had taken place. The Mayor said that there has been no crackdown. He says that the city's radar unit was gone for repairs for a period of time, He said that he can only assume that, when the unit was returned and some speeders were found, people got the idea that a new policy had been instituted. In any event, the radar unit is back and in operation, and speed limits within city limits will be strictly enforced. New cit,/offices about ready Work is progressing well at Glenville City Hall on the new offices for Mayor Robert J. Wyatt and Municipal Judge Delbert L. Davidson. According to the Mayor most of the actual construction is done. A few minor items need to be added, along with laying carpet in the rooms. Wyatt said, "We are hopeful that we will be in the eek,',' a by city council, are located in the rear of the building. The Mayor also reported that the city received refund checks from Monongahela Power Company. He said that the Glenville Utility refund was approximately $6.500. The city itself received $2,800.13 in refunds accord- ing to City Recorder Mrs. Edna White. Evens player-coach Bill Turner ave a lot of credit for his team's victory to the defensive unit. They really showed up," Turner said, "and stymied the Odds offense." Making up the Odds squad, with year of graduation, were: Joe Putnam {1965}; Lenny Smarr {1967};Richard Tennett {1967}; Pat Harbour (1967}; Ed Hawkins (1967): Dennis Jones (1969}; Greg Nicholson (1969): Bob Poole {1969}: Roger Davisson {1971}; Bob Hardman (1971); JohffHarbour (1971); Terry McCartney (1971); Gary Norman (1973}; Tim McCartney {1973}; Larry Greynolds (1977}; Randy Maxwell {1977); Carl Roberts {1971} and Mike Dobbins (1971}. The player-coaches of the Odds were Bob Hardman and Greg Nicholson. The victorious Evens, with year of graduation, were: Bob Fox {1964}; Junior Reed {1964}; Kenny Fisher {1966}; Wilbur Clarke {1966}; Eddie Reed {1968}; Mike McCartney {1968}; Steve Ellyson {1970}; Bill Turner {1970}: Roy Alltop {1974}; Larry Chapman (1974}; Barry Lay (1974}; Jim Postalwait {1974}; Robert AUtop {1976}; Mike Boggs (1976); John Fox {1976}; Doug Skinner (1976); Rudy King {1970}; John timer {1964); Danny Luzader (1966): and Butch Sumpter {1972)' Player-coaches were Kenny Fisher and Bill Turner. Antlerless deer applications due Deer hunters have less than two weeks in which to apply for 1977 antlerless deer season licenses, according to Lois Klatt, Department of Natural Resources game biologist. All applications must be received by the Elkins Operation Center on or before Aug. 31 to be included in the random computer selection. No exceptions are made. Hunters can pick up application forms at county clerks' offices, license agents and DNR's district offices. Counties open to anflerless deer hunting during the special two-day season, Dec. 9-10 will be: Hampshire, Hardy, Grant, Mineral, Tucker and Pendleton east of State Route 220. GSC receives $9,424 grant The Committee for Humanities and Public Policy in West Virginia has announced that it has awarded a grant to Glenville State College for establishment of the Mountain Issues Forum. Ms. Betsy McCreight, CHAPP chairman, said that the grant to GSC will total $9,424. Fifty-two programs on issues ranging from the significance of the Fmmding Father ideas for today's issues, to women and law in West Virginia. to the preservation of traditional mountain cultures as a way of life, will be held in communities throughout the state, Dr. Barbara Tedford, Associate Professor of English at Glenville State College, has established and will administer this program bureau. Scholars in the humanities will be available to hold programs for civic and professional organizations and other community groups. 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