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October 11, 1979

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The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder 5 , Mrs. Oppe nnua wins lead: race into the !nVille I as you wish but only you best entry will be accepted. All en- tries must be deposited at the participating sponsors by 4 p.m. on Friday. Here is a summary in the race for the $100 top prize: POints Ace Collins 34 Tim Camey 25 to Tim Garry Kight 17 Jackie Parsons 12 be Glendon B. Reed Sr. 12 Steve Harold 11 Ronald Kuhl 10 Mike Collins 10 trd and Buzz Roberts 7 :kpotBill Cutlip 7 liantBantz Collins 61/2 I be J.V. Stalnaker 61/2 Kevin Wiant 6 Timmy Kuhl 5 Col- John P. Gumm 4 and Susan L. Chapman 3 a half Joyce Maxwell 3 Richard Bailey 2 may Dick White 2 es James Gumm 1 Sundowners leagues in- The leaders presently own a the mark of 28-20 followed by the ng Blockbusters and Goof Offs, both at 26-22, Bob and His Oc- Outlaws 24.24 and the Kanawha Drive Five and the CS In tier Pipers botch posting 20-28 marks S of With High game Moss 231 and Gene Collins 224, high game handicap Junior Boggs and Rodney Moss 258, high series actual Dennis Fitzpatrick 590 and Owen Stanley 589, high series handicap Junior Boggs 683 and Lynn Marks 677, high average Dennis Fitzpatrick 183 and Owen Stanley 173, high team series actual 'O' Boys 2598 and Bob and His Outlaws m 2568 and high team series han- dicap Bob and His Outlaws 3075 and the 'O' Boys 3009. The Sundowners hold a six game edge in the Faculty and Staff Bowling League, accor- ding to statistics released for the week of October 2. The league-leaders hold an impressive 30-2 record follow- by the Pin Crushers and the M & M's, both at 24-8. The fourth position in the standings are held by the Has Beens and Fearless Four, both at 20-12, followed by the Pin Termites 19-13, Pop and the Kids, the Bombers and Jesse's Raiders, all at 18-14, Katie's Hot Shots 10-22, Four Flushers 9-23, The Vacant Lot 9-24, Gut- ,ter Balls 4-28 and Dirty Birds 2-30. n. Bowlers of the week wereRodney Moss 592 series and 225 game, Garry Kight 561 at series and 203 game and Den- nis Fitzpatrick 552 series and 204 game. little cost-BIG RESULTS for as little as a $1.50 per week when you use the DEMOCRAT- PATHFINDER CLASSIFIEDS. To place yours just call 482-7309. Ucensemd or Winchester Super X t5.99; 16 Ga. #5.75; 20 Ga. higher Shell= I.2S, 22-2S0 Bows $T/.95 Bowl $1 f.00 free when p.rdvm- BEFORE yOU BUY (CHECK THE WINNERS) Name A-d -d Te-s-s Phone Gilmer Tyler Braxton [] Harrisville D WVU C] Glenville [] Oklahoma CJ Dallas [] Tampa Bay [] Buffalo / Williamstown [] Pennsboro [] Webster [] Doddridge [] Boston College [] Salem [] Texas [] Los Angeles [] New Orleans [] Miami [] TIE BREAKER (Used Only In Case Of A Tie- Pick The Score) Oklahoma vs. Texas / 1 II First Place $10 AND 20 BONUS JACKPOT POINTS Second Place $5 AND 15 BONUS JACKPOT POINTS Third Place 10 BONUS JACKPOT POINTS Fourth Place SIX BONUS JACKPOT POINTS Fifth Place, THREE BONUS JACKPOT POINTS your e ii Winners names will be published each Thursday Persons playing the football contest must submit entries o~n the official entry form only. No other entries will be ac- cepted. The entries will be judged by members of the sports department of this newspaper and all decisions are final. A tie-breaker game will be used only in the event of a tie, All entries must be submitted by 4 p,m. each Friday at the par- ticipating sponsors listed on this page. All persons are eligi- ble except those em by this newspaper and their families, Entries must be received by these sponsors by Friday 4:00 p.m. Glenville Glenville e Glenville Glenville Fox Pipe GlenviUe ,, Glenville Sand Fork Glenville m e