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4 The Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder October 20. 1977 Alumni Association Tennis Tournament results given TOP WOMEN--Candy Burdette fleft], a GSC Junior. took second place, and Jacauetta Mahan. a ,ophomore, was first in women's sinvles in the GSC Alumni Association Tennis Tournament. Winners in the Glenville State College Alumni Association's Annual Tennis Tournament had to top good competition in order to carry away their  rophies. according to Alumni Affair Director Judy Meads. There were forty-eight entries in the four events-men's singles, men's doubles. women's singles, and women's doubles. GSC student, faculty and staff members, alumni, community mem- bers and players from surrounding towns competed in the tournament. m n i W ¸ ii DOUBLES CHAMPS--Plaein first in women's doubles In the GSC Alumni Association Tennis Tournament were Candy Burdette and Judy Bose [riht]. The second place team was Julie Mork and Sharon Hiienher [left]. Twenty-one players entered ihe men's singles event. In the first round, Danny Jarvis from Spencer beat GSC student Jerry Collins. Ken Anderson from Spencer topped student Roger Jarvis. Tom Hardman from Spencer won over student Mark Romage. Jak Keenan from Ripley took the match from George Hannah from Grantsville. GSC faculty member Bob Belcastro shut out student Vic Romage. GSC student Scott Clites topped Steve Ferrell, who is also a student. Jeey Estanish. a Gilmer County High School student, wen by default against GSC student Dave Twymn. The nine other players drew byes in the first round. In the second round of play, GSC student Tom Mathias won over Joey Estanish who was the youngest player in the tournament. Fifteen-year-old Estanish gave Mathias some tough competition before he was able to make the match• GSC student Scott Clites topped Jack Queen trom Spencer. Danny Jarvis from Spencer on over GSC student Rick Curtis. Ken Anderson from Spencer forfeited the match to Tom Hardman, who is also from Spencer. GSC student Chris Gillespie took the match from lak Keenan of Ripley. John Mork from Glenville won against GSC faculty member Bob Introducing Belcastro. Faculty member Chris err topped Dennis Myers from Charleston. GSC staff member Dan Perkins took the match against student Jim Anderson. In the quarter-finals of men's singles, Tom Mathias topped Scott Clites: Danny Jarvis won over Tom Hardman; John Mork beet Chris Cillespie; and Chris err shut out Dan Perkins. Semi-finals pitted Scott Clites against Danny Jarvis who took the match, and John Mork against Chris err who lost to Mork. Finals in men's singles resulted in Danny Jarvis from Spencer taking the first place trophy and John Mork from Glenville taking second place. Seven women competed in the singles event. GSC student Jaquette Mahan topped student Judy Bose. Carol Kent of Grantsville took the • match from Susan Hardman from Spencer. GSC student Candy Burdette beat Sharon Hilgenberg from Glenville. Julia Mark from Glenville drew the only bye. In the semi-finals, Jaquette Mahan won over Carol Kent, and Candy Burdette defeated Julia Mork. Final women's single competition resulted in Jaquetta Mahan taking the first-place trophy and Candy Burdette taking second place. Two teams competed in women's doubles. Tournament officials ruled that they should play double elimination or two out of three matches. CSC student Candy Burdette and Judy Bose won first place over the team of Julie Mork and Sharon Hilgenberg. Eight teams signed up for men's doubles. In the first round, Jak Keenan and John Mork won against Tom Mathias and Dan Perkins. Faculty members Bob Belcastro and Jim Hilgenberg topped faculty member featuring the new Fairmont...the Ford in your future. Fairmont 2-Door Sedan Fairmont SQuire Wagon Fairmont 4-Door Sedan The Fairmont idea. Fairmont... a new car built for today, but designed for the years • , i.o ahead. 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And Fairmont is de- signed to keep scheduled maintenance costs down. Compare Fairmont's excellent combination of high mileage ratings, roominess, and low sticker price with any other car sold in America. You'll see why we call it the Ford in your future• More new 1978 ideas to bflghten your future drivin00 GREAT PRICE NEWS FOR"/8 ON PINTO AND MUSTANG HI SEE YOUR FORD DEALER FOR DETAILS, TO BE Ah€ED TIS WEEK. 1978 THUNDERBIRD. The new Thunderbird is ready for takeoff. With all the styling, luxury and fine engineering that you expect in a Thunderbird. Most surprising is its down-to-earth price--even with V-8 power, automatic t-ansmis- sion, power steering, power front dis "es, AM radio, standard. dition of expensive sports sedans. With special luxury inside and exquisite touches throughout• And five-passenger comfort. It's the flagship of our popular Granada line. TEST-DRIVE THE NEW 1978 FORD PINTO PONY. Pinto Pony offers American style end comfort at a sticker price competitive with the leading imported economy cars.  78TA Your Ford Imler's prloe news covers the T-Roof, elegant Ghia and 3-door Hatchback. Go Mustang. Catch the sporty spirit. NEW FORD FIESTA. Europe's most #uooeull" now car ... Imported from Germany. t During Ford Fiesta's first six months of sales, it outsold every new nameplate ever introduced in Europe. Engineered to give its driver dramatic performance• With front-wheel drive. 1978 FORD LTD. The roomy Ford that many families need. If you're one of the millions of people who need a standard-size car, the Ford LTD could be just the car for you. It has • deep- well, easy-to- load trunk. And stretch-out com- fort for six that you expect from a Ford LTD. (',:. FAIRMONT AND AM. fORD'S BETTER 61enville Ford Soles, Inc. GLENvILLE, WV II • . ° • . TENNIS PLAYERS-Some ranking participants in t Association Tennis Tournament held at the new college are pictured. They are [left to right]: John Mork, Jarvts and Ken Anderson. Vance Weekly and Den Whalen, a GSC Keenan took the student. The team of Ken Anderson The Alumni and Danny Jarvis beat George Hannah ment was the and Steve Ferrell. GSC student Joe competition to be Campbell and Jack Queen from new college courts Spencer won by default against the Athletic Complex on team of Steve Ferrell and Tom Court are constructed ore Fluharty. especially designed Second round in men's doubles Surfaces are pitted the team of Joe Campbell and lined in white. The Jack Queen against John Mork and Jak designed for optimum Kennan, who won the match. Bob play. Belcastre and Jim Hilgenberg lost their Funds raised match to Ken Anderson and Danny activity are being Jarvis. Anderson and [arvis won first Permanent Endowment place doubles honors and Mork and GSC Alumni Association. Freshman Titans blank Cairo, 14-0 The Gilmer County High School Freshman Titans defeated Cairo, 14-0, in a game played Thursday, October 13 at Cairo. There was no scoring in the first three quarters of the game. Then. in the fourth period, fullback Todd Jolliff scored on a 2-yard dive play. Jamie Minney added a two-point conversion to move the young Titans ahead, 8-0. Minney added the final six points on an 8-yard run. The extra point attempt failed, to bring to 14-0. The win raises the to three wins, one loss, local youngsters will season Thursday, Spencer. Gtlmer Cairo G: [olliff, 2-yard run; point run. G: Minney, 8-yard run: failed. Glenville Elementary chooses On September 27, cheerleaders were chosen for Glenville Elementary School. Selected as fifth and sixth grade cheerleaders were Renate Moore (Captain), Rends Welty, Suzette Marsh, Peggie Reed and Kim Carr. The seventh and eighth grade cheerleaders are Less Moore (Cap- tain}, Charlene Vanhorn, Allcia Furr, Toni Williams, Micki Mencer and Lori Now {Mascot}. Heine Remodeling -Qualified- Carpenter work Plumbing Painting Roof repair Electrical work Bill Self Call after 5 462-5610 or 269-58 ii I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Judges for the Morris, Jackie Milliken, and Kathy Farrier, cheerleader's sponsor. The Glenville ball team has a 14- playing Gilmer and teams. The will be held at the College gymnasium. Stadium to be dedicated There will be a dedicating Pioneer Glenville State College on Mineral Road• at GSC-West  Liberty October 22, according Director Dr. Joseph Those ceremony include: Dr. member of the West Regents: Dr. D. Banks GSC Prisident: Delegate of Glenville: Dr. President of Glenville Now. Each individual approximately two dedication. 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