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The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder September 25, 1975 +. Gtlm~r Cotmty H.S. cheerleader Kathleen McCartneyl pictured here during h~Lme show during Doddridge-Gilmer game, doubles as musician, playing the piccolo. Cheryl Cart, another cheerleader, also plays with band. Her instrument is smmphone. t ToM's GuNs and BOW SHOP LI I Dealers cost on all remaining inventory. All Archery Equipment Already Sold. L~ated on Rt. 5 [Sand Fork Rd.] Glenville - 462-5267 Speed Q. Gibson Zenith Washers Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING FURNITURE 15 Powell St. Glenville Phone 462-7355 WE SERVICE ONL Y WHAT WE SELL Special area for w/eekJ ir fis/ermu m e 9 An area especially ~eared to use by wheelchair-bound fishermen has be- come a reality. In an ofl'icidl opening ceremony Sept. 20. the Izaak Walton League of Monongalia County presented to members of the W.'Vu Bicentennial Commission the fishing ~rea they constructed at the trout I,~nd in Coopers Rock State Forest in their county. The idea for the project was suggested to the Morgantown group by W.Va. Rehabilitation Association member Frank Young. A Highway Drafting Technician for the Depart- ment of Highways and confined to a wheelchair. Young has nevertheless remained active in sports, including fishing and hunting. "I showed slides of areas that are accessible for wheelchairs," says Young, "and suggested that other areas could be made accessible. Hopefully this will be a pilot program for more such areas around the state to be done by the Izaak Walton League, with minimal cost for preparation of the site a requirement in order for the program to be successful." With the cooperation of the W.Va. Department of Natural Resources, the Izaak Walton League completed the work in a few weeks, including paving part of the parking area and building asphalt ramps to the fishing area and installing rails at the water's edge to restrain the wheelchairs. Bobby Casto's field goal enabled GSC to defeat West Virginia Tech, 3-0. Coming off a scoreless tie two weeks ago, Glenville State College again could not generate a scoring offense against West Virginia Tech, nipping the Golden Bears, 3-0 on a Bobby Caste 27-yard field goal. The Pioneers will have to come up with some scoring punch at Rohrbough Field next weekend if they are to make against rugged Salem College (3-0). The Northern Division kingpins feature tailback Jack Deloplaine, co-W'VIAC offensive player of the year in 1974, who racked up big yardage in their 34-0 blistering of Bluefield last week. The GSC defense, so much a part of their opening stand-off against Madison of Virginia, allowed 129 yards rushing from a winless Tech team. But the Pioneer defenders managed to collar Tech's 238 pound running back, Cliff Gilyard,and hold the golden Bears passing to a total of only 65 yards. For the Pioneers, running back Don Brady again led with 90 yards in 22 carries as GSC picked up 129 yards on the ground. Quarterback Chris Anderson passed six of 12 for 105 yards but had one intercepted. His leading receivers were Bob Shaffer, three for 67 yards and Tax Chandler, two for 53 yards. Wtih 235 total offensive yards, why did the Pioneers fail to score? "Penalties hurt us in a key situations, as did several miscues," said Jim Riffle. assistant coach. GSC dm.i euouce Ilmecmi j #ns The GSC Alumni Association has announced that the 1975 Homecoming will be October 11. The schedule calls for a thuse on October 10 at 6 p.m. to be followed by the play "Never Too Late" to be presented by the drama department at 8 p.m. A parade Saturay morning at 10 a.m. will be followed by the crowning of the homecoming-queen at 11:30 a.m. at Rohrbough Field. A pre-game band show will be offered at noon at the field. At 1:30 p.m. GSC will play Wesleyan. The Alumni will hold a social hour at Conrad's restaurant from 4-6 p.m. A second presentation of "Never Too Late" will be given at 8 p.m. Two dances will be available from 9 to 12 with Brass LTD from Parkersburg playing in the ballroom and the Rovals from Fairmont playing rock music in the snack bar area of the Pioneer Center. Other Alumni activities announced this week are the Washington D.C. Area dinner meeting October 25; the Ohio Area Area dinner meeting, November 8; Alumni Council meeting, November 15; Roane-Jackson County dinner meeting, 6; Wood County Area dinner meeting, January 17 or 24: Alumni Day May 1; and Commence- ment May 14. Prices varied from last week at the Sept. 19 sale at the Spencer Livestock Exchange, as reported by Manager C.W. Chambers. Here are the sale quotations: Yearling steers, by cwt; 500-600 lbs.. $21.75 - $31.50; 600-700 lbs.. $26 - $30:700 and up, $26. $31.25. Yearling heifers, by cwt; 500-600 lbs., $19.95 $30.75; 600-750 lbs., $21.50 - $26. Steer calves, by cwt; under 300 lbs., 300-400 lbs., $20,25 - $27.75, 400-500 lbs., $25.25 - $27.75. Bull Calves. by cwt: 300-400 lbs., $18.75; 500-600 lbs., $27. Heifer calves, by cwt; under 300 lbs., $17 - $22:300-400 lbs.. $17.75 - $22.10 Cows and calves, by head: $127.50 - $200. To Meet Your Needs ... m m There are some things that take only a minute to say. Happy birthday. Hello. I miss you. And now when you take just a minute, you aim save. Because now with the new inter- state* rates, if you dial direct, you're charged for just the minute or two you actually use. Instead of the first three, like before. What it means to you is this: Daring the day you can call all the wa , to Los Angeles, talk for a minute, aria pay just Talk for two minutes, and itg just 96. Or save even more by calling at night or most of the weekend. Then one minute is only 22. Each additional minute, only 16. When everything else seems m be costing you more, you can still save. Just keep this coupon handy, take a minute, and dial direct. mmmmmmmmmm NEW RATES FOR COAST-TO-COAoT INTEILSTATE CALLS OPERATOR- ASSISTED THREE-MINUTE RATES 11 pmL_ (Full Rate) STATION -TO-S~rATION ..... 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