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in the FIELD BY STAN MESEROLL Member _0 Ol =l 1o 0 "" "0 N 0  :?" is the one question I get asked almost every answer "yes." I helped catch more than 200 fish in 3V2 bass, walleye, crappie, catfish, bluegillC, green all from one acre of water in one little cove on the largest one-trip catch of my angling career. expedition, which I'll cover next week, my seeking sport, I've been busy sorting out news books and brochures, catalogs and research papers tn a file marked "Potential Article Material." None of column, so rye compiled them into "Dog-Day that you might find them useful some day. a pesky possum in your yard lately? If you can nOCturnal American marsupial, you might try stuffing in the oven. I haven't tried it, but according to one makes good tablafare. Ingredients: 1 large Chopped, tried opossum liver; 1 cup bread crumbs; V2 soy sauce: 1 egg; I/4 cup water or broth: I opossum. ingredients together to form a dressing and you would a fowl. Put a stuffed opossum in q 3 strips of bacon across the top. Pour water around roast at 350 degrees, basting occasionally, for 2 V2 4-6 servings." favorite fare, how about raccoon? Or Marsh Hare cooing instructions for these and other unusual One,of-a-Kind Cookbook {of original down-to-earth essert ($4.95, Greatiakes Living Press, Matteson, are not the only dishes in this unique cookbook. For for Zucchini bread. I've had that one--delicious! taffy, corncob jelly, fried elderberry blossoms. mushro0m ketchup, green tomato pie and many, also offers a paperback edition ($5.95} of "Hiking States" that provides backpackers with fairly shed trails in 'this state as well as Virginia, ire, and New |ersey. It's written by Edward Idiker." in rafts, canoes and kayaks has enjoyed a recently. Within the past few weeks, I've who enjoyed ta to our mountain friend 0fmine and lrofessional river "new book  covering every aspect of this fast-growing well as enter:raining. Called "Whitewater," it's i Publishing Co. It can be ordered through Glenville's ! prefer, Norm fells me that an a'utographed copy can him for, $14.95 at High Country, Box 189, Rt. 3, beagle-and- sport, you!ve: undoubtedly re: no rabbits, I or at least not awmany as there :ases, hes been placed upo e:fox, The same in Virginia. I have the results of research done in was disease and parasites--not Reynard the ,pparentlycoons and rabbits I (black-tailed have carried ,in parasites and: disease that have . Bur rabbits or coons to stock; think twice. It is not do more harm: than good. taking fish from one body of water and releasing have the same' effect as transporting rabbits. For the smaller streams hereabouts carry parasites. If from Crooked Fork, you probably found little black effect the edibility of the fish, but if i live to a pond'it wen'the long before the other fish in and soon stunted, too. with other problems too. Some species of fish any water. Recently someone stole walleyes from a Those walleyes have since turned up in other possibly reproduce nor even thrive for very long. their large catch of crappies from a lake near their home--Big Ditch Lake, to be em established there. All they can possibly get, available food, and other factors, are stunted r Wasted some good eating fish. trained fish;biologists, seldom know all species them. Could you tell a green sunfish from a a river will not do well in a pond. Do you know Spotted bass may do Free with smalhnouth in in another stream. of water to another, you can upset the thus instead of improving tlie fishing you actually up with a pond full of stunted, starving fish. program has been mentioned here before. It's for anyone interested. But recently another attention. It's called the "Mepps Master Angler fish on any of the Mepps lures  and you can Lpatch and chevron, along with an attractive sizes: .largemou bass, 3 lbs.; 1 lb.; walleye, 3 lbs,; brook trout, 1 . for an application. , 4 miles west of Weston of Quality Built Homes 14 WIDES - DOUBLE WIDES ON DISPLAY DISPLAYED AND LIGICFED -- Open Friday H! 8 p.m. Association WVIAC chief forecasts leagues' grid fortunes Editor's Note: The following forecast of WVlAC football fortunes was written by WVIAC Commissioner Mike McLaughlin. The Dempcrat/ Pathfinder will present the article in two-part installments. Glenville State, hoping to open the season in a new facility, looks forward to improving their 2-6-1 season of a year ago. "Gold weather hampered us in Spring practice and we lost players at a lot of positions, we still have to develop replacements from our present squad and our new incoming players," confirms Head Coach, Whity Adalfson. "When you lose 15 lettarmen the caliber of All Conference Dan Clevenger, Jerome Fruit, and Chris Anderson, you have to do some digging to find replacements," continues Adolfson. "Harrisville product, quart- erback Tom Cowan, should come into his own this year directing the offense. We're expecting Bob Caste to regain the kicking form of his Freshman year, so the kicking game should be a strong part of our attack. Defense has always been one of our strong plases, and we plan to continue in this area," concludes Whitey. With only 24 returnees, Fairmont Coach Bill Kerr is going to depend a lot on the recruiting abilities of Chief Assistants, Larry Hill and Gary McCutcheon. The Falcon's strength was riddled by graduation with the loss of 10, four-year lettermen. They included powerfull fullback Mike Maximim, quarterback Terry Galam- bus, leading conference receiver Larry Goodine, linebacker Tony Monday, center Doug Kiger, Harold Gillard, James Boyd. Rick Gyaux and Ken Kerr. These losses, plus several key men declared ineligible, give the Falcons five mainstays on defense and only three regulars back on offense. "Our returning lettermen have "vast playing experience," emphasizes Kerr. Bob Horback, who rushed for over 60 yards last year will be back to spearhead the Falcon offense along with Jim Russell and Guard Frank Moore. Bob Teidemann {6'2", 205}, Rich Winans (5,10", 184), Bob Collins {5'10", 200), Greg Saws {6'0". 202), and Duane Bias {5'9", 164), will be called upon to shore up the defense. Teidemann, from his Linebacker position, and Winans led to defense last year with a combined total of 134 tackles and 78 assists. "This will be a rebuilding year and a lot of pressure will be on the shoulders of upcoming Freshmen, but this has been;the bast reui year we  h'dd'*fiinie ' PVe beei head coach," quotes Kerr. One thing is certain, the Falcons have built a Winning tradition in past years and this year Fairmont State College will be in the running all the way for the Conference crown. Jack Deloplaine, the all time leading rusher for the WVIAC is gone from the Salem College roster but not forgotten, as he continues his football heroics of the past four years with the Pittsburg Steelers. To date, the Steelers rookie is leading rusher for the potent Ironmen in pre-season play. Salem will have to find replacements for three other All Conference players since end John Goss, center Al Underdonk, and linebacker Jim Meeker have also received their sheepskins. Graduation loss of running back Rick Maronich and offensive Guard Don Cappellitti just about completes the devastation of the Tigers' potent offense of the 1975 season. "We're optimistic despite losses of all these key performers. '' quotes second year Coach Joe Ault, "but we'll have to rely on several Freshmen and untested personnel. Defensively, we have experience at almost every position, but again, our depth will come from the Freshmen rank. We'll probably depend on the passing game more since Deloplaine and Markonich will be tough to replace," continues the Green and White Mentor. To bolster the backfield, Coach Ault has recruited Jim Weaver. 6'3, 195 pound quarterback from Uniontown, Pa.. end junion college transfers John Polio of Rockville, Md., and John Lockett from Clarksburg, both running backs. All American, Mike Brochetti returns to handle the kicking chores. so salem Will have scoring potential anytime they get in sd the forty yard line. IMMEDIATE OPENINGS IN SUPERVISORY TRAINING PROGRAM with manufacturing concern hay- Ins plants in C,mtral Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Work experience in light industry helpful but not required. Applicants must be willing to relocate. Excellent working condi- tions with Company paid benefits. ff you are looking for a career in industrial manqement please submit your resume to: PERSONNEL MANAGER P.O. BOX 370 CARLISLE PA. 17013 A young Shepherd squad finishing their best season in that institution's history, at 8-3, has matured, and should be a real contende for the Conference crown. "Our linemen are bigger, our ends are taller, and our running backs are quicker than usual," commented Shepherd College Head Coach. Walter Barr, referring to his list of recruits for the coming season. "We recruited fewer players then usual this year, but they are quality athletes," Barr continued. "Since we have most of our people returning, we sought talented players with good attitudes who can be molded to fit into our program." Sophomore powerhouse, Greg Warfield, returnes at the Fullback position which is three deep due to Jerry Combs and Dave Nail, both former starters, returning to the fold after a year layoff. The Rams still have two of the finest quarterbacks in the Conference to lead their quest for the Northern Divisional title. Rick Kingsbury, the confident started from the 1975 team, who holds the WVIA record for the longest field goal (55 yds.} and Larry Hersh, one of the leading punters in the NAIA, will direct the attack. Other top returnees include Mike Day and Chuck Dorsey, the leading tacklers, Jim MacFarlane, the Rams leading receiver and Wayne Wilson. who started at halfback. "With 32 good solid recruits, mostly interior linemen, we will be formidable," cautiously concludes Barr. Concord College's football fort- unes have changed with the addition of Coach Tony Colobro to the Mountain .Lion Den, and there is no reason to believe the picturesque college on top of the hill will not continue to dominate the Southern Division. "We played tough defense through the majority of last season, and are returning 10 starters, but our season will depend on an improvement in our offense, which was inconsistent during the 1975 campaign," says the Concord Coach. Back-up quarterback, Herb Ford, is gone but transfer, Mark Zachary from Lees McCrae Jr. College is September 2, 1976 The Glenvile Democrat/ Patldlnder 5 GSC bowling league to begin play The Glenville State College Faculty and Staff Bowling League Will begin play Sept. 12, 13 and 14 in the GSC game room at 7 p.m. Reta Kight. league secretary is preparing sche- dules and will send them out to all team members. The teams and their members are: Team #1: Betty Smith, Ken Smith, Edna Collins and Marty Logan. Team #2: Janet Deal, Bob Deal, Terry Fox and Bob Fox. Team #3: Janice Waggoner, Sandy Waggoner. Herman mutter. Wayne Harking. Team #4: Katie Waggoner, Ola Boggs, Junior Boggs, Clarence Bum- gardner. Team #5: Cricket Reed, Lois Marks, Jesse Marks, Lynn Marks. Team #6: Leona Baals. Lonnie Garvin. Vere Heiney. Team #7: Reta Kight, Sharon Mencer, Jim Mencer, Garry Kight. Team #8: Janet Coffman. Lyle Go[[man, Wyene Turner, Bob Turner. Team #9: Bobbi Nicholson, Carolyn Arnold, Bob Arnold, Greg Nicholson. Team #10: Patricia Stump, Betty Luzader, Jack Luzader, Jerry Collins. Team #11: Joan Layne, Jim Rogers. Ronald Gregory. Team #12: Colleen Collins, Elsie Kirkpatrick, Bantz Collins, BOb Reed. Team #13: Anita Bolcastro Martha Villers, Darrell Heiney, BOb Belcastro. Team #14: Janet Gainer, BOb Gainer. David Gillespie, Yvonne Gillespie. Women substitutes are: Brenda Campbell, Mary Kennedy, Rosemary Tennant, Luanna Smith, Eva Stout, Juanita Wright, Sheryl Bode, Boa Moss and Lenita Reale. Men substitutes are: Mike Frymier, Melvin Robinson, Yogi Moss, Jack Whiting and Lorous Roberts. PINE MANOR GROCERY N. Lewis St. Glenville Hunting supplies, both gun and bow. Wide selection, best price, best service. Lay away plan, at no extra cost. W'E TRADE FOR USED GUNS. Purina Farmers Chows Friend We carry a complete line of Purina Chows Er Health Care Products, also a complete line of Protein Blocks, Salts Et Supplements. Custom Mixed Feeds DAWSON TACK Er SUPPLY Glenville, WV WHERE Qum//00y IS TH E KEY WO R D FURR'S QUALITY AUTO SALES 76 PONTIAC LeMans 4-dr. sedan v-g. automatic, pow steering, potmr brakes, air oonditioned, AM/FM radio, cruise control, and marct other extra. Crmm beige vinyl roof. 1%000 miles. Uke 76 PINTO 2-Door 4-sposd, 4 cylinder, radlio, heater, deluxe interior, dual remote exterior mirror=. Deep metallic brown, 7,000 miles.  mlny dollar=. 75 PLYMOUTH DUSTER 2-door, 6 cyl., automatic,  steering, radio, heoter. Silver with burgundy vinyl roof and matching interior. 13,000 ndlee. This is an extremely fine car. 75 CHEVROLET MONZA 2 + 2 Hatchback Cpe. V-IS. emomstic, power stosrin pow brakes, resr window defroster, console, radio and heoter. All red with black interior, 2600 miles. Sharp. 75 PLYMOUTH DUSTER 2-Door 6 cylinder, automatic,  stosdng, radio, hwter. Bronze metallic with beige vinyl interior. 21,000 miles. Another QUALITY eer. ; 74 AMC GREMLIN 2-Door 6 cylinder, automatic, pow steering, radio, heer. All white with blue vinyl interior. 19,000 miles. Nic 74 BUICK LE SABRE LUXUS 2-Door Hardtop 465 engin All power equipmm oruis, tilt dd. $)/40. doo locks, tape. resr window defroster, snd many more etres. Tbls kl truly a fine car with 26,000 miles, Beige with brown vinyl roof. Air cotior. 73 MERCURY COUGAR XR7 2-door Hardtop 361 V-B m.'t0matm, power steering, pow brake, por windows. 6-ty power sest (driver only), air onl., tape, rear wllldow defroster. All white with black bucket sosts snd consolo. 300 miles. Very nice. 73 CHEVROLET NOVA 2-Door Sedan 360 VAK eutomatic, radio end heater, Rally whosls. Silver with 42,000 mites. This car lOOkS and runs like now, 71 BUICK SKYLARK CUSTOM 4-Door Sedan 35) V-8, automatic, pow stosring, air eondltioned, tilt wNeei. Light blue with dark blue vinyl roof and motd'dng Interior. 4t,000 miles. This car i1 as dn snd run= ss good as the average ?5 model. FURR'S QUALITY AUTO SAL Wdlard Furr, Owner and Manag Glenville WV (one mile out on Weston Rd.) Phone 462-8390