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October 7, 1976

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M,mber O00 I tl,4 I in FI[LO < ' MO[SEROLL o N 0 ' iii!:! ,  don't know whether he can read or not, but !doesn't believe the Surgeon General's warning on the found floating in Stonecoal Lake. Or perhaps the wonder doesn't care a fig that smoking is and is more concerned about worm-camouflaged, least he chose a low nicotine filter-tip--Larks. I hungry? , of the deep will gulp in almost anything, including livers, frogs or toads; fresh venison: earthworms eels: mice: shrimp or clams: salamanders and a few weeks ago. a hot dog or weiner. catfish was considered in the same "trash fish" rp. You didn't delibertly dip a blob of juicy worms but only for pickerel or bess. And if you did f these bewhiskered gents, you whacked it over the and tossed the fish into the nearest weed clump Were set for gunnies, not cats, and troutlines were the Johnson's Park horse racing track. But I learned. Dick Pryce, to provide my catfish secondary on the New Jersey banks of the Deleware River, bass. out with nightcrawlers. I still remember my first after three hours and a bucks worth of the transplanted country Kansan introduced me I catfish--and it has been a favorite ever got A's and B's for my "crawler" classwork. I one term was declared a bobafide, channel cat expedition, before moving south. I outfished October 7, 1976 GSC nips arch-rival Fairmont 7-6 Glenvtlle State College tight end, C. W. Campbell [82 made this sure-handed catch against Fairmont State Saturday. Campbell is from Glenville. [Democrat photo] A pass interception by Glenville State College tackle Terry Lahman and a gallant but futile try for a two-point conversion by Fairmont State College proved to be the margin of victory Saturday as the Pioneers nipped the visiting Falcons 7-6. Five days of rain served as a prelude to a predictable defensive battle. Although no rain fell during the game. Rohrbough Field was already a field of mud by game time. Offensive backs generally slipped and slid to the holes. Neither team was able to put points on the board until the fourth quarter. But amazingly, there were no fumbles in the game. Lahman's big play came with a little over eight minutes to play in the game. To that point the game had been primarily a punting contest. Fairmont had penetrated deep enough into Pioneer territory to try three field goals earlier in the game. However, they were unable to score on any of the attempts. Lehman, a junior from Lahmans- viUe, W.Va.. snatched the pass from Falcon quarterback John Cirelli and rambled about six yards to the FSC 30 yard line. GSC quarterback Tom Cowan, uf Smithville, hit tight end C.W. Campbell, of Gtenville, un the next play for a 12-yard gain, After an offsides penalty against the Falcons put the ball on the 13 yard line, Leandis [lodges managed to find some footing in the mud and dashed in for the score. Kirk Kresowaty's kick ws good. Fairmont stormed right back as Cirelli completed a 40 yard pass play to Rick Brown which carried down to GSC's 27 yard line. But on the next play linebacker Rick Reidl, of Dundee, Ohio, came up with one of his several sparkling defensive plays of the game when he sacked Cirelli for an eight-yard loss. The Falcons ended up punting deep into GSC territory. GSC was unable to move and had to punt from their own end zone. Fairmont took over on the GSC 28 yard line. Cerilli completed a pass down to the GSC 15 yard line, but on the next play Pioneer linebacker Chauncey The Glenvme Democrat/ Pathfinder 5 Cunningham sacked Cerilli for a seven-yard loss, But Cerilli went to the air again on the next play and hit tight end Norm Celaschi over the middle. He hulled his way 22 yards for the score with 1:55 to play. The Falcons elected to go for the win by trying a two-point conversion. But a halfback bobbled a pitchout and Pioneer tackle, Larry Cundiff, was there to smother him. cent on page 4 .,f..--..---..--.% GILMER COUNTY AUCTION BARN Top Town Hill Glenville We sell antiques, new and used merchandise. Consignments accepted at 5:30 p.m. on Monday. SALES START 6:30 P.M. ROBERT J. BUTCHER Auctieneer PINE MANOR GROCERY N. Lewis St. Glenville HUNTING SUPPLIES License, Guns, Amino, Bows, Arrows, Boots, Clothing, Reg. or Came, Hunting Knives, Lures Scopes, Sights, Binoculars, Etc. WE ALSO TRADE GUNS. FORD00 BETr00 IDEAS FOR HERE TODAY. my catfish diploma was only the beginning. When I moved to the Mountain State. and while I I have chalked up a few course credits along the Texas-born instructor clued me in on a natural bait sleeping in class, rarely used hereabouts. Yet it is from the garden. "Hoppers"--the big. jumbo. the hayfields--he claims will often take cats when them on at the point where the head meets the {and fishes them lfve. ttmm uses aneat, but uses a No. 1/0 or 2/0 and a slip sinker.'He just passes the line through ties on the hook. Next he slides the sinker up the pinches on a small split shot to keep the slip sinker When a cat picks up the bait. the line runs so the fish feels no resistance. rig, mainly when fishing hoppers as bait: a No split shot to keep the bait down. and a plastic float. Vary the depth, for catfish don't always feed on the prowling for hoppers and other insects. the cat as a fish with no class. I've changed my company of one of my favorite sportsmen of The well-known bird artist/naturalist not only Was a trotline catfisherman too. and on the Ohio River trotlines that were 200 yards longt His trot line. he [stands the water better than hemp of flax) "as of Some fair one yet in her teens, and as white as the be." He used live toads for bait. this one taught by a French Creek fish study a specialty, I learned that we have only 1,000 different variety of cats, and they are the (sometimes called silver cats), the flathead, the and yellow}, and the dimunitive mad-tom. The Said, are usually spotted, but not always, thus With blue cats. "We don't have bluecats in West after a state record channel, it'll have to weigh Flatheads are the whiskered monsters of local most common of the clan with the biggest 8oing You won't hook them. They seldom reach more degree." maybe you're ready for graduate a mouth larger than a washtub--a 15-foot boat around for an hour or more. It's called the than fish. A gray catfish, it can weigh 500 in the Amazon River of South America. It takes a to boat one of these. If you're a real catfish it or not as Mr. Ripley used to say, book a catfish to the Amazon through the Braniff Outdoor Me. The tuition, I'm sure. most be steep, on catfish as I, it might be worth saving for. SPORT SHOP Weston ,' W.Va. of New and Used Guns, ' Weaver, Leupold Scopes Amino ig and Shoot4n Service 00e-Thru Mounts Cc=se g Gerber Knives g Chippewa Boots Archery Equipment Thunderbird, A new kind of thunder. A completely new Thunderbird $5434; as shown. Leaner, cleaner and 10 inches trimmer in size--the new 1977 Thunderbird still has the things that make Thunderbird famous--special luxury features and appointments. They're all there. The sticker price of the Thunderbird you see above, even with optional vinyl roof, bodyside moldings, whitewall tires and more, is an unbelievable $5434. This is the kind of Thunderbird you might very well buy. Even for the base sticker price of $5063, you get power front disc brakes, power steering, automatic transmission, 302-cubic-inch V-8, full wheel covers, AM radio, electric clock and steel-belted radial tires at no extra charge. So, you can see that Thunderbird luxury is now more than ever within reach. * Shcker orce (as shown), exctoOtrO ttle taxes and Oestmahon charges BEITER IDFa00...YOUR I00RD DEALERS C_,(YFA I.(Y[ OF THEM. LTD ]] 2-Door Hardtop A new car: LTI).H. Quality like an LTD. Sporw m,e a00n. For a 6-passenger car that's trimmer in size and pdce than LTD. choose Ford's new LTD ]1. It combines LTD's high level of workmanshi D with a sporty spirit all its own. Full size or trim size, your Ford Dealer has both. LTD Landau 4-Door Pillared Hardtoo The full-si car that kpt its ....Fo LTD. now with overdrive Other features in the 77 Granada include radial tires, elegant five- passenger interior and 4-wheel disc brakes (optional). And Granada looks like cars costing many times more! 1"Not available in California or high sltdude areas, This year, while some car maki'rs are making their full-size cars shorter and narrower, the '77 Ford LTD hasn't been reduced by a single inch! And LTD still gives you its Quiet ride, interior spaciousness and luxury. Pinto 3-Door Runabout FORD When America needs a better idea, Ford puts it on wheels. Pinto 2-Door Sedan A brand-m'w Pinm look f0r 'TZ It has a s0irited fresh look, front and rear. Sporty handling, And winning performance. And, new options you can enjoy: a glass third door, flip-up removable o0en air roof, 4-way manual driver's seat and Sports Raitye Package. Corral a 77 Pinto newt See your easy-going Ford Dealer: ,,..,.,,,., Robert B. Chapman Open Flrdnyevenings Olenville Ford Sales Ask Dave 269-3508 Glenville