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September 4, 1975 The. Glenvflle Democrat/Pathfinder 0a in th ~IMI[ JI ,.,0ot lip N O~ "n._ stands, well rooted with bark, wldch the cheerful blaze is shining. =mob ascends in spirid wreath. turks are trending: The coffee kettle sinp benea~ and smoke wi~ leaves are blending." Noasmuk h~n whittled into a board of pine that was nailed to the backwoods abode. "Where'd you find that," I asked down my gear in his front yard. We had left my canoe a few hundred yards south of his shanty. After Benoit acquired, alligator-in-training, had taken me totally by Ouananiche, I followed the strange-looking pair to home with a promise of a campfire-cooked dinner of Canadian landlocked salmon fishing expedition ~t on Christmas Day," my friend answered. "Kept me busy Benoit informed me, was all but buried under day and rather than venture outdoors he sat in and put away," Benoit babbled as he yanked on the suddenly came to life and eagerly waddled along m a way, of my brother's Basset hound, Jennifer, Benoit had built and fenced in a heated, half pool and this was Gladys' Canadian quarters. of the cabin, Mandy the moose clip-clopped up him from behind. "Tomorrow, Mandy. We feesh :as he stroked the huge quadrupod's big, black snout. into her pool, I looked over Benoit's backyard stable friends. I could see a hawk in a hemlock, and a mink hisperch on an old log, but except for those few, the as I remembered it from an unannounced visit seemed to have disappeared. and the bear and.. "Benoit interrupted me. probably sleepin' somewhere," he told me as he pool. Gladys already lay half submerged, obviously again. Then I saw it-the huge glass aquarium. The tank, it was partially covered with a tarp and rode the blacktop road from near Bergoo as Benoit drove the tank were West Virginia golden trout, taken from the mink last spring. Now, four of the bright yellow graced the aquarium, one of them fantastically fat, at weighing. I guessed, four pounds or more. "That beeg sidled up to my side. He's our dinner tonight." once again my host interrupted me. "It's a special way up here. We'll have a special treat, okay?" and of Spruce juice-that pungent pine brew of his-as if to took in a deep breath, tilted up the bottle, and forced It's smooth enough liquid refreshment, but the odor of drive a man to tea or Dr. Pepper's. a fire," Benoit said then. so we turned to the task at heaps one sees outside every shanty 200 feet long and was easily five feet high. In no ~P the darkening, now shadowed woods surrounding Benoit went inside, then emerged carrying a a sack of what he called "'Minnesota flour," and I~ds. He laid these down, then proceeded to take down I asked. "You're not going to burn that, I hope." I'le's use the back of the board as a plank to broil the charred board, this wouldn't be the first time. the back. The big golden trout had retreated under had put in the aquarium to make the fish "feel at you have a net?" I asked. You watch," my bearded buddy said as he set up a etched as he worked. Gently, he reached over rippling the water. Slowly he slid his hand over the Shove. He worked his hand to right under the finning tickle its belly. To my amazement, the big golden just rate Benoit's hand and quick as a flash he lifted our split it, and tacked it to the board. The once coals with only a flicker of flame. He propped up end of the fire, then buried the potatoes in coals. club for?" I asked. You like it, don't you?" Benoit mumbled as as I looked on. The club was about 3 inches thick at had been peeled: the other end was sharpened to a the sharpened end into the ground near the fire, the coals. While the club heated, he mixed warm of the flour, added salt and a teaspoon of sugar, then dough. Next he worked the dough into a ribbon about an inch thick, and wound it spirally around the he sat back and offered me another swing of his did it, but Benoit's cooking was perfected timed. (He any kind.) Thirty minutes after "setting" his club pine needle-covered ground and savored as I've ever had. West Virginia golden trout in the Canadian '"l'omorrow," he said, "We get Ouananiche." (To be continued} Tack & Supply Care Products Available. Dawson Farm - 462-7119 Horse Blanket Halter Hor Shoes Gilmer County ~-tdders on GSC squad, C.W. Campbell [1] and Tim McCartney [r] pose before practice with Head Coach Earl "Whitey" Adolfson Jr. Earl "Whfley" Adelfecm Jr. is beginning his first season as head football coach at Glenvllle State College after serving as defensive coach for the past nine seasons. "We're young and inexperienced in certain areas." said Whitey. "We've got to find some people to help us become stronger in quite a few positions." The first-year mentor inherits 20 lettermen from last year's 6-4 Pioneer squad, 11 of them starters, including All-Conference stars Jerome Fruit at safety. Dan Clevenger, defensive tackle, and Bobby Caste, kicking and punting specialist. In addition, Willy Marshall returns at defensive end. Marshall was an All-Conference selection two seasons ago and brings stability to the defensive line along with returning lettarmen Art Ausbury, Rick Riddle and Dave Harsh at linebacker, and lo- cal boy Tim McCartney, a defensive end. Ce-captaln Bonnie Stout. out last season after undergoing knee surgery, is another returning defensive veteran. oAdolfson has moved Ted Williams. a defens/ue~-heLroeck ~ ~ last season, to outside linebacker. _ On offense, the brightest picture appears to be the backfield. A surprise returnee is Chris Anderson, an All-Conference quarterback two sea- sons ago who failed tn return to school last year. "We're very happy that Chris has decided to Finish school. In addition, he's come to us with greater maturity and confidence in his abilities," said Adolfson. Rusty Smith, a freshman quarter- back, shows much promise, Adolfson said, a~d should see quite a bit of "marion. In addition. Tommy Cowen. who had the position nearly wrapped up after an impressive spring practice, is also in contention for the starting nod. Roger Young is also a candidate. Three running backs return to the Pioneers this season, including Don Brady who rushed last year for 383 yards. Rick Lemley who rushed for 267 yards, and Lee Hedges, The fullback slot is open and the coaches like the looks of Dennis Miller so far. Offensively on the line. returning lettarmen Joe Mclntyre, Donnie Evans and Pat Joyce man the guard positions. John Caldwell is the only returning lettarman at tackle. Mitch Valentine is a returnee vying for the center position and Bob Shaffer is back at split end. Shaffer. a sophomore, was second in team receptions last season with 11 for 205 yards. Fruit, co-captain for the Pioneers. is a senior safety who set a GSC record for interceptions (nine) last season for a total of 94 yards. Soph punter Bobby Caste enjoyed a tremendous rookie year with a 39-yard average. He also made 11 of 15 extra point conversions and kicked three field goals. Coach Adolfson said Caste has improved on last season, if that's possible. There are 75 players practicing this fall. 32 of those are freshman. Adolfson hopes to dress four or five teams for all home games and has scheduled a freshman contest Septem- ber 29 with the Salem jv's at Weston. Offensively, the Pioneers will run from an I formation, taking advantage of the experienced talent at quarterback and tailback. Adolfson said it would be his ideal to run 60 percent of the time and pass the rest. He said he does not have as many big players this year as in the past but "our enthusiasm and attitude has been terrific and if the players can keep it up we'll have a good season." He also said several freshman candidates were impressive enough to see quite a bit of varsity action this year. GSC, like all West Virginia state colleges in the WVIAC. offer no grant-in-aid scholarships for football, only financial assistance to those who qualify based on parents income like other students. The ~ w~ ~.~t home against Madison College of Virginia, a team which also sported a 6-4 record last season but which boasts 44 returning lettermen and 21 starters. Coaches assisting Adolfson this eason are Gene Davis, defensive line; Jerry Millikan. secondary and defense; Jim Riffle. receiving: and Bob Summers, offense. Two student assistants are Delmas Barb, inside linebackers; and Paul Nettles, outside linebackers. Both are seniors who will be practice-teaching this year. Team trainers are Jim Sabo and Tim Butcher. John Salmon, Dave Ramsay and Bob Walker are managers, DEPTH CHART Offense Tight End: Maruice Boggs, Rod Watson. C.W, Campbell, Left Tackle: Terry Lab.man and Randy Taylor. Left Guard: Joe Mclntyre. Center: Mitch Valentine and Joe Noble. Right Guard: Donnie Evans and Pat Joyce. Right Tackle: John Caldwell and Ran Hill. Split End: Bob Sheller. QB: Chris Anderson, Rusty Smith, Tommy Cowen and Roger Young. Slotback: Steve Chandler and Joe Given. Fullback; Dennis Miller. Running back; Don Brady, Rick Lemley and Leandis Hedges.Kicker/Punter: Bobby Caste. Defense -Left End: Willie Marshall Left Tackle: Randy Hudson and Mike Foley. Right Tackle: Dan Clevenger. Right End: Mike Reed, Tim McCartney. Inside LB: Dave Harsh. Rick Riddle, Art Ausbury. Outside Cornerback: Don Stout, Randy Smith, Tom Smith, J.T. Petties, Randy Herren and Ted Williams. Defensive halfbacks: Dave Mosser. Randall Hopkins, Jo Jo Crump, Billy Hutchinson and Jerome Fruit. Remington or Super X - ONE TO SUIT EVERYBODY'S NEED Holly Park Windsor Norris Freedom Double-Wide Homes $3.50 Box Hollow point point $1.95 and 22 magnums at similar low prices. Bows, Sale price $27.g5 of hunting supplies Er Archery equipment. II -- BEST SERVICE MOVE AND SET UP OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK SUNDAY 1-5 BELKNAP MOBILE HOMES. INC. 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