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4 The Glenvllle Democrat/Pathflnder September 2, 1976 Youthful Pioneers open at Madison team. We've only got nine seniors on Tight End--C.W. Campbell, junior the squad, so we'll be playing a lot of or Bob Finnerty, junior; Offensive young kids and filling in with some Tackles--John Caldwell. senior and players that don't have much Bruce Carey. sophomore; Offensive experience. But a lot of our young Guards--Bill Morris. sophomore and players have shown good improve- Pat ]oyce. senior; Center--Ralph Fink. ment." he added, freshman: Quarterback--Tom Cowan. Although Glenville State has junior: Halfback--Leandis Hedges. always been known for their excellent junior or Mitch Guy, sophomore; defensive teams. Adolfson feels his Fullback--Tom Phillips, sophomore or running backs may be the strongest Mike Reed, junior; Slot-beck--Bob part of his team. He is looking for top Finnerty, junior or Gene White, performances from Leandis Hedges. freshman or Tom Crow. sophomore. Mitch Guy, Tom Phillips and Mike Defensive Ends--Larry Cundi, Reed. freshman and Steve Brown, junior; The Pioneers lost their two leading Defensive Tackles--Ran Hill, senior receivers when Bob Shaffer and Steve and Terry Lahman, junior; Line- Chandler dropped out of school this backers--Chauncy Cunningham, year. They have added five junior sophomore, D.on Stout, junior, Dave college transfers from Potomac State Harsh, senior and Rick Riedl, junior; College in Keyser, W. Va, Safety--Bob Eaton, junior; Defensive Adolfson plans to employ the Halfbacks--Ed Donatell, sophomore I-formation and veer offenses and the and Joe Crumb, senior. familiar 4-4 defense. Game time is 1:30 p.m. Glenville State finished 2-6-1 last year. "We played some real good conference games last year," said Adolfson. "We lost to Salem. 18-16 and they were runnersup in the district Gilmer County High school will NAIA playoffs. We just made some begin a new era in the school's grid mistakes that cost us some close history this Friday when they play games. We'll have to eliminate them their first home game under the lights. this year." The Titans will be seeking revenge BIG THING AT Probably starters for the season against Calhoun for last year's 14-6 ROBINSON MOTORS opener are: opening game loss. COMPANY, INC. HNmlilallulmiNNllialglnlnllnlDIliilill. We want you to buy i i &merica s largest selling carl / I from us.. But we want( I t' I you to be glad you did. i m [ )e.rs i $TORg MAIIO Service is the reason we are l _m [ , | ....vv,,,, what we are (SUCCESSFUL). 1  - ' " m We want to do better and we I  will be giving you the best l : Monday., Tuesday, Thursday, FHday - 9 to 5 p.m. _a service for your car or truck, i weonesday, Saturday - 9 to I p.m. We Nil CHEVELLES, - MONTE CARLOS, NOVAS,, m Sears Best Outdoor Pa,nt m vz& CAMAmOS, I g Weatherbeater- $8 49 a gallon g , HEVROLETS, i - .............  ..... _ mid CHEVROLET TRUCKS; _ _. plus the samplers 3W, EP and I  ! i mane 462-7374 a_ OLDSMOBILE llmm. : la I  I Authorized : I ocars I CATALOG SALES MERCIIANT m 1(9 East Malt Street _ L i OWNED AND OPERA qn nv , n,q, ..... B HARIUSVILLE, WV _n - . ssu us pn,ss u,'-n m I m m ======================================== ' ", iim,mmm _ , , Stonewall Jackson Glenville State College will be playing a team bent on revenge this Saturday, when they travel to Harrisonburg, Vs. for the season's opener with Madison College. Last season the Pioneers held Madison to a scoreless tie in the first game of the season. Madison went on to win nine straight games without a loss and ended up with the fourth best scoring defense among Division II college teams in the nation. Their coach, Chnllace McMillin, was named Kedak's College Division Coach of the Year for District IIL The Dukes return 37 lettermen from last year's squad. Although Madison lost their starting quarterback and their whole carp of llnebackers, they still have to be considered one of the toughest college teams in the east this year. The Pioneers return 22 lettm'men, but Coach Whitey Adolfson foresees a problem in the depth of his squad. We'll be predominately a young September 3, 4, Jackson's Mdl, WesLon, Va. Admission: '1.0 For Adults SO' For ChlMren 12 And Under Hours: Celebrating the craftsmanship and the artistry of the Appalachian people.| More than 80 arUsts and | craftsmen dmnonstmt00| thek skills. Continuous mountain musi oCouMry cooking. Many other events celebrating our herlbme. TIIE MEN IN THE TRENCHES-Offenslve Interlor linemen never seem to get as mush publicity as other members of the football team. For that reason we've dee,dad to nm this plcture of Glenvllle State's unsung eft.naive linemen. They'll have a tremendous task Titans begin after dark era Friday -.-., 12 Noon To 9 P.M. " Saturday And Sunday _k ;/f 10 AeM. To 9 PeM. _-,- Monday Y 10 AeM. To 4 PeM. .- Stonewall Jackson Heritage Arts & Crafts Jubilee Committee P. O. Box 6, Weton, WV, 264S2, (304) 269-4660 Various individuals and organiza- tions have combined to almost totally revamp the VanHorn Drive football stadium. ALan8 with new lights, the field now has new goal pests, additional bleachers, an improved press box. a new ticket booth, a rock ahead of them this Saturday with Madison CoUege defense nation last year in defensive H college teams. [Democrat Gridders thank We the players, managers, and express our most sincere appreciation to volunteered their labor and money in the VanHorn football field. You did your part, Gilmer County base road and a newly-seeded field. Coach Clyde Stepp has 17 WATER 'NELL lettarmen returning this season. They ,   to improve on last Ill,to. Pmmp. Seks & season s 4-6 record. A pre-game show by the Ger Hlfllg6 ' County band will proceed the 8 p.m. ck, g. It. Illl, fiW'J' Team', IV. Vo. t Lady hoopsters ,-------------- to hold tryouts .I I SATURDAY, 4, All girls interested in trying out i 12:30 P.M. for e Gilmer County High School _g Located at the Minter Cottrm resid m girls hasketball team should attend a meeting in the high school gym on  International F.C. tractor with plows, Thursday. Sept. 2 at 7 p.m. m u buck rake, horse drawn mowing machine, ! I joints 1V( inch pipe, harness, collar, and ! Grid forecasts I barb wire, lumber, 10 bu. corn, windows,i | nails, junk cars, car jacks, chains. Contfmmd From Psgs 6 expected to battle Jeff Boyles. who I Three year old Hereford cow. faltered somewhat in his Sophomore _n Kitchen cabinets, book case, dresser, year, for the leadership position. _i beds, coal stove, pots, pans, dishes, jars, Other new recruits expected to I give immediate help are John Haristou ANTIQUES OR (DB) from Becldy, Davis Wells (DE} [ 2 atone churns with dashes, organ from St. Albans. and Ken Bars.man I bottles, ice box, cream can, picture (MG) from Stonewall Jackson. Kevin Wall.y, 240 pound tackle from Potomac State, and wing receiver Robert Staten are the top offensive recruits. Read part two of the cemmis- sinur's forecasts in next week's issue of the Democrat/Patldindgr. mill, and press, telephone insulators, linen and parts, milk jugs, lot of wooden shoe TERMS: CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE F, L OWNER: MINTER mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ADULT NIGHT CLASS SURVEY The Celhoun-Cdlmer Career Center is cog a survey to determine the night study. Each class would meet use night per week for three hours each night. CLASSKS LiICH COULD BE OFFERED:. [ikmuding upon public demand] Adult n,udc dm:. [G.E.9. l'ropuraflon] i st,. s,,c,. Cmsumse Prutectkm SUlmrmarket Operatimm .d First Aid Home Health Care nude&. Mtd a Dupatr lktutpmant Clerkal Proceduru Bmineao Law ,'countlnS [ s Refredu Skortband hc Indu Sowing Upbotery W Meal Planning & Preparatkm RNtaurant Tralaing Minmr lbqine Tune-Up a Trouble Slmotins wheal Altsument &Mtior rske Repair Cylinder head, Valve a Internal Engine Assembly a Repair Automatk Auto Mechanics for Woman Farm Shop Home Maintenance for Women l0nner's Carpentry Building Conatructkm Block & Brick Laying House Wlrin 8 House Pinmbln 8 Blueprint Reading Elemontsry Machine Shop Basic Arc Welding Advanced Welding Bash: Harem Wiring Basic  a Electronics Solid State TV Stereo Theory a W YOU WOULD BE INTlgtESTED IN TAKING ANY OF THE ABOVE LISTED COURSES, O! t OUT AND IETUi THE SECTION BELOW OR YOU MAY CALL OR WRrFE THE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. CLASSES WILL BE SCHKDULKD BY D]dAND; ALSO THEKE WELL BE A SMALL MAIIBI/AI USEI. I I I I '  CLASS CHOICe. ! III I IN |||n||m|li||a uner Career Center Rt. 318 Box 42A Grantsvilin, WV 26147 PHONE= 354-6151 PHON CLASS NOT lISTED, THAT YOU WOULD BE PLEASE ltLrIRN BY SEFrEMBE_.it 10. 1076 mi