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October 30, 1975 The (;lenville l~mocrat/Pathflnder 5 Still 0n in the N O~ devoting this entire column to the anti-hunting. my feeling that because sentiments here are so of hunting that it made little sense to defend no defense. But recent events, discussions and even actions and words of our own state legislators have been getting their own way too long," one infuriated DNR officials have told me. declared at have helped me change my mind. received a new release announcing that anti-hunting total gross revenue of over $14 million-a $6 million much of that financial support came from West but of one thing we can be sure: "Bambi- and as misdirected and misinformed as lovers of "cute already have had an effect upon the hunting scene anti-hunting furor go only time will tell. Could it be that read something like this: C, November 15, 1985-The U. S.. Congress today, by a the Firearms/Hunting Act making it illegal for any firearms and to hunt wild game of any kincL Animals and other anti-hunting groups, the from splintered sportsmen groups that previously stalling the controversial legislation. The arms foreign markets supplied with guns for the opposition. "inhumane slaughter of innocent wildlife." Columbus ! for the anti-hunting groups, in a nationally televised the bill the most important piece of legislation passed. "The wildlife of America," following passage of the bill. Senator Bull Elk of National Hunters Ass'n, said that contrary to what the bilPwill spell disaster for deer. ducks, and other hunted by sportsmen everywhere. Bill 30.30 came less than 60 days after President Butt was assassinated by an unknown assailant 2-guage. triple-barrel, silencer-equipped shotgun, a al deer hunting spotlighters in the early 1980's. April 1. 1980-Twenty decaying deer were found coal mine shaft in the hills overlooking this theorized that the animals had been illegally killed and but investigation later showed the animals to be They apparently had sought out the old mine as their such case seen hare." Game Biologist James Metz the last." The deer herd in the western portion of estimated at well over 200,000. The deer found were seen in this area during the 70's and most were reach 300,000 before it begins to decline." the biologist Ohio, Nov. 2, 1088-An estimated 500.000 blackbirds of Cleveland yesterday, driving the town's 6,000 of their basements and bomb shelters until nightfall. well-known spokesman for Friends of Innocent here, was among city officials now faced with the Iof how to cope with the invasion. The birds, until now home sites, on the outskirts of town. by leaps and bounds in recent years. Armory. any form, and city officials plan a mass poisoning of the unwanted birds. Se t. 3, 1992-Fifteen mallard ducks and one lone leaving the Bgtand Marsh in this |t0 bird watcher members of the Don't Hunt Ducks Ass'n. spotted this year. they said. By contrast, in 1975 other ducks and geese could be seen daffy the wetlands, then a popular nesting grounds for all The area, now the site of 10 c~ums, was managed as a nesting area for waterfowl with and other members of Ducks Unlimited. Hunting 1985. Va., 10~t--A herd of 32 whitetail deer broke into store in this small rural town at 8 a.m. today and , leaving the popular shopping place in a starved, broke into the store by smashing a One doe, weighing only 28 lbs.. was found dead in cut by glass. had moved into the store following the departure of busily grabbin8 up scraps left behind on the floor. a state DN'R exterminator to elindzmte the rodents determine his total loss. Octobm" 2, 1904-Two thousand farmers from 15 a ant-down on the W~te House lawn this weekend of President Headstrong to back the repeal of the of 1985. The sit-down followed an all-day protest march that all but paralyzed the center of the nation's said that destruction of crops by deer and such serious proportions that they can no longer and "Give Us Back Our Guns" signs claim that the lack of hunting has so upset its habitat that starving animals now eat up "'Oh no." lamented a sportswriter from the Parkersburg News. as GSC and West Liberty traded long. thrilling scoring drives in the first half at Rohrbough Field last Saturday. "Don't tell me I'm going to have to write up another high scoring tie game. Irs impossible!" Of course, the worried scribe was referring to West Liberty's 54-54 scoring marathon two weeks ago with Tech. Both teams combined for 1.08~ yards from scrimmage. The score was the highest tie game in college football. Discussing it in print is, needless to say. somewhat of a challenge. And at the end of the first haLL with the score 17-17 as the result of a high-flying offensive show that delighted Pioneer fans, it appeared as ff game laurels would go to the team which could sustain the bombardment. The second half was all defense, however, and a long punt return by Hilltopper Vic Wood which led to the final score spelled the difference as West Liberty nipped Glenville in the f'mal three minutes of play, 24-17. The Hilltopers drew first blood in the opening minutes of play as Terry Edwards-one of the premier running backs in the WVIAC this season-led a 73-yard scoring drive, diving over from the four-yard line for the touchdown. The 5-10 senior from Wheeling displayed great agility and balance as he bounced and caroomed off Pioneer defenders as if they were made of rubber. Glenville raged back. however. and in 90 seconds tied it up. With third down and 17 yards to go from his own 28-yard line, GSC quarterback Chris Anderson lofted a short swing pass to slotback Don Chandler e,~d the little fireplug bulled tc Pioneer 47. Anderson passes another quickie to fullback Leandis Hedges and he roared to the 15. On the third play in the series, Anderson slammed a handoff to running back Don Brady and the speedy junior blasted through the center of the Hilltopper defenders for the tying score. Faced with a fourth down deep in their own territory due to two 15-yard penalties (illegal block, unsportsman- like conduct), the Hilltopper were forced to punt on their next series and Glenville, uncharacteristically, roared back for another quick score. First Anderson hit split end Bob Shaffer for a first down at the Hilltopper 38. Then he found the sure-fingered sophomore in the end zone with a perfectly-led scoring pass and Glenville led, 14-7. GSC defenders tightened up somewhat against the Hil]topper offensive machine, forcing them to kick a field goal. Dave Peluchatte punched 31-yarder at the beginning of the second period to make the !4.10. A clipptn8 plmalty against GSC on a .~ubsequent punt play appeared to inspire West Liberty. The Hilltopper's 6-4 quarterback Joe Pepe faked a handoff into the line and tossed a short swing pass to Edwards and the dangerour runner broke away until GSC's Jerome Fruit iolted him out of bounds on the Glanville 15. And on a fourth down desperation play, Pepe threw to a diving Edwards in the end zone-an indefensible play-and the talented scatback pulled it in to give his teammates a 17-14 lead with 5:02 left in the half. Sophomore linebacker Rick Reid] halped GSC even the score moments later, intercepting a Pepa pass at midfield with 42 seconds left. Anderson threw two successive strikes to Brady and Shaffer and. with only 6 seconds left More intermission, BOb Caste booted a 32-yard field goal, tying the score 17-17. Everybody expected the perilous fight to continue in the second half. GSC defenders were having a difficult time contahdng Edwards, who nan at both ends and inside on quick reverses with abandon. And H]lltopper defen- ders were helpless against the Pioneer air attack. Tnd & $1pply I I)Qweon Farm - 4 62-7119 Horse Blanket Halter nene Sbeel Cookie or cake recipes that call for both milk and choco- late or cocoa can be made with chocolate flavored milk or chocolate milk drinks. model 94, 30-30 rifle, 336C, 30-30 rifle. 3361", 30-30 rifle, 243 or 6MM, 222 pump, 30-06, pump, 742 semi-automatic, 243 *89.95 $114.95 $119.95 $119.95 *99.95 $159.95 $179.95 $199.95 are all new and M have several otl-mr new Deer rifles in stock, while the selection is still good. hold any gun until season conms in. Variable scopes, $38.95 regular $14.95, Sale priced now at only $10.00. hunting needs. ~, ~ ~v~~ Return kick specialist Mitch Guy gets nowhere on this play as alert West Liberty defender knocks him off his pins. But coach, have a way with W. L Glv. Has Beens Lead G$C chalktalks and both teams rallied in First Downs 22 11 the third period and successfully Yards Rushing 252 63 Bowling Leogue stopped each other's offense. GSC Yards Passing 97 194 The "Has Been's/' Reta andGarry defenders were particularly heroic. Passes 6/12 11/20 Kight and Sharon and Jim Mencer. led collaring second team West Liberty Had Intercepted 1 0 the 10-team GSC bowling leagues quarterback Mike Flannery {who Fumbles Lost 2/0 2/1 standings with ~n 18-3 record. !i passed for seven scores against Tech) Penalties/Yards 6/70 8/66 League-leading averages we~ and blocking a 24-yard field goal Punts/Avg. 4/37.2 7/36.4 posted by Bantz Collins (175) and Elsi~ attempt at the beginning of the fourth period {linebacker Art Ausberry). Kirkpatrick (167}. Other lea~g scor~ in the league are: high game, Ban~ Late in the final period, however,~~1 ~ IlUlIIIIIit Collins, 231: Elsie Kirkpatrick, 2~! West Liberty forced a break which HAMRICS" JWELRY high game handicap. Collins. 2~ gave them the game. Vic Wood. a - pint-sized defensive back gathered in a GI.ENVlU.E Glenna Miller, 244; high series. CollinS~ Has comp/ete asr-p/erdng se~v/oa also wide selection of ear-rings from which to choo~e 606; Sandy Waggoner and E~ Kirkpatrick. 526; high series handicap~ Junior Boggs. 664, and Glenna Mille~ 673. ~ TOM'S GUNS end BOW SHOP Solid Walnut Gun Cabinet - 6 guns (NEW) Ithaca LSA-55 bolt action .222; detachable swivels Retail Value $260.00 4 or 5 pistols "as is" Savage Model 340 bolt action 30/30 We are going out of business - last item.~ for sale Located on Rt. 5 [Sand Fork Rd.] Glenville - 462-5267 $75.00 $t50.00 $20.00 ea $50.00 used Caste punt and ran it back 30 yards to the Pioneer 25. Edwards then slithered to the 10 and. on another inside reverse, powered to the one where, two plays later, he-dove over center for the Final score at 2:52 to make it 24-17. The victory raised West Liberty's record to 2-3-2; Glenville fell to 2-4-1 and face W. Va. State away next week. West Liberty picked up 265 yards rushing on 61 attempts. Edwards accounted for 142 yards on 27 carries. GSC gained only 63 yards rushing on 22 carries, but amassed 11 of 20 pass completions for 194 yards. Anderson hit on 10 of 18 for 180 yards. There were no interceptions. / / m Pq t Pka HK)USE OF $1aWlOE