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! ,t 4 The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder The Glenviile Democrat Pathfinder I High College Much GSC falls 9-3 to Salem Tigers "We have not really said ing an assistant at GSC. After with a 4-0-1 mark. The Tigers The Bobcats are 1-4 on the anything," was the response playing football at West are the only school without a season. Gienville will go into by Glenville State Cotlege Virginia Tech, Adolfson defeat inside the conference, the contest with a record of Kight is now second President Williams Simmons became assistant coach at The Fairmont Falcons and 2-4. WVCtCtti i ..... concerning the situation of Wirt County under Ray Wat- West Liberty Hilltoppers also Head Football Coach Earl son. When Watson left to posted victories and moved Coat. Pet. All "Whitey"Adolfson. become assistant coach at closer to Salem for top honors ,.,. - ,,, r rne,, Collin- "Dr. Now (Glenville State West Virginia University, in theNorth. Fairmont 4-1-0 .800 5-I-0 7 College Athletic Director Adolfson was promoted to When Fairmont traveled to West Liberty 4-]-0 .800 4-2-0 Joseph) and I have looked at head mentor. Institute to battle West Shepherd 3- -0 .6OO 3-3-0 the" situtation and feel that He has also coached at Virginia State, LucTousignant Wesleyan 1-4-0 = ,,, tied for topgur there is a need to reorganize, Weston High School and fired three first half SouthernDtvision Concord 2-I-2 .6~ 3-1-2 We have had five losing Southern High School in touchdowns to pace the W. Va. State 2-3-0 A00 2-4-0 seasons in a row and are con- Oakland, Maryland. Falcon 23-6 win over the W. Va. Tech cerned with the program and The Glenville State College Yellow Jackets. A tough Glenville -4-0 .200 2-4-0 what we can do to strengthen Pioneer football team suffered Falcon defense held the host Bl efield 0-4-! ,. con honors it. their fourth loss of the season team scoreless. Their lone A story written by the United Saturday night as they were score came in the final period Williamstown Press International last week defeated 9-3 by the Salem when State linebacker Troy stated that Adolfson would be Tigers in a West Virginia Con- Eichelberger pounced on a Things are really getting ex- the dismissed at the end of the ference game played in salem, blocked punt in the end zone. citing in the race for the $100 season. Following a scoreless open- The Hilltoppers had a leads LKC top prize to be given the win- Adolfson became head ing period, the Pioneers took rougher time with the winless ner of the Second Annual coach when Bill Hanlin ac- the lead 3-0 on a 21 yard field Bluefield Blues as they scored Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder on cepted a position with the goal by Steve Gandee and held 21 second half points to post a Willlamstown's 46-6win Football Contest. De West Virginia Secondary the slim margain at intermis- 31-16 win. Leading only 10-0 at over the GIImer County Titans Ace Collins and Tim Carney on Schools Activities Commis- sion. intermission, the Hilltoppers on Friday night kept them atop are now tied for the top honors sion. He was a member of Salem's Joe Benavides kick- jumped in front 17-0 at the the LIttle Kanawha Conferencewith 40 points each while Hanlin's staff at the time. ed a 25 yard field goal early in beginning of the third stanza football ratings. Garry Kight is close behind race The Pioneers have produced the third canto to knot the before Bluefield could score. The Yellow Jackets, now 5-0 with 37. the a9-31-9 record under Adolfson score and Kenny Bailey in-Both Fairmont and West Liber- in LKC play, upped their rating Kight was the first place in four and a half seasons. His tercepted a Glenville pass and ty are 4-1 in conference play. to 10.8, an increase of three- winner of our last contest. He first team was 2-6-1 followed raced . 39 yards for a In the Southern Division of tenths of a point, was awarded the weekly $10 by 3-7, 1-8 and 2-7 seasons, touchdown to end the scoring, the WVC, the Concord Moun- The Tyler County Red prize and 20 bonus jackpot Adolfson coached 12 years The win kept Salem atop the tain Lions are on top with a Raiders closed the gap with an points. Carney placed second in high school before becom- Northern Division of the WVC 2-1-2 mark after battling West exciting 9-6 overtime win over and received the weekly $5 - ... ............ Virginia Tech to a 7-7 standoff the Pennsboro Cardinals. The prize and 15 bonus jackpot on Saturday afternoon. Red Raiders are now 5-1 in points. I ']rowne lBook tore I West Virginia State and conference play and own a Third place was won oy I New LP'S & Tapes I Tech are both tied for the se- rating of 9.7 but play host to Mark Meadows who received cond spot in the conference. Sistersville on Friday night.10 bonus jackpot points while Eagles-THE LONG RUN I State is 2-3 in conference play The Tigers are third with an 8.3 Ace Collins placed fourth and I Barry Manilow-ONE VOICE ' while Tech has a mark of 1.2-2. rating, was awarded six bonus | Glenville is next at 1-4 follow- jackpot points. I Cheap I ricE--I)REAM POLICE : ed by Bluefield 0-4-1. w-Ls.0 TSs, A tie for the final spot bet- I Moll), Hatchet FLIRTIN WITH DISASTER I Glenville will return home on ,, 33 ween Bantz Collins and Dick , Saturday night to face the wl, White resulted in each re'ceiv- I Halloween (,ards Partv Goods I West Virginia Wesleyan Bob- =' ing one and a half bonus " DO~I~ 3-331 5.2 cats in a 7:30 encounter at jackpot points.. Gitmer C~nty ~-$}9 2.7 Pioneer Stadium. Three weeks remain in the C,ll~o~n Ceuctty I-5 |~ 2,0 Hsrr sv " 1.4 20 contest and you still have a chance of being our $100 win- RilHey 1-012 12.0 , ner. 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