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to meet Republic of China be a basketball game of significance at Glenville Sunday. November 6, at 7 the GSC Pioneers will of China National The game will be to International is one on a tour the in West Virginia, with acting as the Nations . late Athletics ire for the tour. sanctioned by the Association of the SPonsors are the Glenville Student Congress and Department. The Republic of China National Basketbell Team roster lists the following: Hu Teal-ling, a Six foot forward: Lin Tel-jan, a 5-9 guard: Chung Chih-meng. a 6-4 center; Hsu Tung-chia. a 6-5 center; Wang Chi-hsien. a 5-9 forward; Pan Mao-kuan, a 5-11 guard: Hsu Lung-hsing, a six foot guard and forward; Huang Ming-kun. a 5-11 forward and guard; Wang Ching- hsiung, a 6-4 center; Tien Hsi-ho. a 5-11 guard; Lo Kuang-chien, a 6-3 center; and Tang Chih-chiang, a 6-2 forward and guard. Team Leader is Tseng Wen-chien. Chu Tsu-li is Deputy Team Leader. and Hen Tsu-feng is Manager, The Team Coach is Lo Chi-ian, Tien Hsi-ho is Captain. Lo Chl-Jan Team Leader Tseng Wen-chien El- Staff Bowling League tie has developed in & Staff Bowling League, to standings released for the 23. Beans" and the "Three xe deadlocked with Wt-r and eight to the release. The are composed of Reta Jim Mertcer and "Three and One" are of Colleen Collins, Elsie Bantz Collins and Bob "Undowners" are holding position, only one game ' FOR ANSTED October 22 was a for the tiny West Virginia home of West Virginia defensive back Tom is located near the New River Gorge was dedicated Satur- of that record-break- with Pridemore's 100-yard interception the Penn State Nittany broke seven tackles to score on what must be one of the most determined runs in recent history. returned an intercep- for a score against ,g75, and had an 83-yard off the pace. They sport a 19-9 record on the year. In third place, the "Bombers" show a 171/2-101/2 mark. Fourth position shows a tie between the "Country Kids" and "C 8: G Layne."   . :R: ti ii also shown in fifth place where the "Oilers" and the "M&M's are standing at 15-13. "Bad News," with a record of 121/2-151/2, holds the sixth spot. The "T-16's." "Katie's Hot Shots" and "The Vacant Lot" are deadlocked for seventh, with 12-16 records. Team Number 13 is eight with a record of 11 -16Vz. The "Cellar Dwellers" are not living up to their name because they are in ninth place with a mark of 10 wins and 18 defeats. "Three Bowlers & A Roller" occupy tenth position with a slate of 81/2-19%. Rounding out the standings, "Guttersnipes II" hold down the eleventh slot. "Bowlers of the Week" were Leona Beall and Junior Boggs. Mrs. Beall had a 566 series and 215 game to capture honors for the week. Boggs had a 550 series. Elsie Kirkpatrick continues to lead the ladies in high average for the season with a 171 mark. Rodney Moss, Bantz Collins and Junior Boggs are tied for the leadership among the men with 167 averages. Bob Turner is only one )m behind with a 166 average. return against the same Year. effort broke Marcus mark of 99 yards set Tech. HAVE VISITORS Raymond D. Jones of in Glenville had a large children home visiting Mr. and Mrs. David =an and Amy from Carolina: Kevin at. West Virginia Morgantown; and a student at Fairmont I I ION J I IIItd Used items I llmer Co. School Gym 3, 1977 't 6:30 PM GERWIG, ,, AUCTIONEER I I I I I I r I I I I 1 ! The Pioneers. under Head Coach Jesse Lilly, will be sending out Greg Arnette, Bill Brafford, Ernest Gilliard, David Gobel. John Irwin. Joe Kniceley, Ralph Ledbetter, Gary Nottingham. Calvin Page. Clayton Smith. Phillip Thomas, Charles Warner. Wayne Washington, Douglas Watts, Alfred Andre-White and Paul Wills. Major differences noted in playing under International Rules include: *Dunking is permitted. *A thirty-second clock dictates that a team must shoot for a goal within thrity seconds aftei  gaining control of the ball. *If a player is fouled in the act of shooting and the goal is missed, if either one of the free throws is missed. one additional free throw is awarded. *After a team has committed ten player fouls in a half all subsequent player fouls shall be penalized by two free throws. *Technical fouls by a player are penalized by awarding two shots with the ball in play following the second shot. On all intentional personal fouls, two shots are awarded. *A team has the right of option on all two-shot free throw situations to take the ball out-of-bounds at mid-court instead of shooting the two free throws. *Only the Coach may request a time out. and only two are allowed per half. *Only five seconds are allowed in which to shoot a free throw. *If a player deliberately throws a ball off an opponent, causing it to go out-of-bounds, the ball is awarded to the opponent. **Officials may award the ball to a player in possession who has been November 3, 1977 The Gienvflle Democrat/ Pathfinder 5 Greynolds named Coach of the Year Jack Greynolds, a native of Gilmer County and Coach of the Barberton {Ohio} High School Magics, has been named Basketball Coach of the Year for 1976-77 by National Preps magazine. Jack has racked up an impressive record in 23 years of coaching. His team won the Ohio State Championship in 1976, and returned to the finals in 1977 with a winning record of 51 straight contests before losing to Columbus McKinley. His record for the past three seasons is 72-4. Last season his team reached the top spot in ranking in the State of Ohio by both the Associated Press and United Press International. Basketball Weekly. commonly referred to as "The Bible of Basketball," ranked the team number two in the nation. One Ohio official remarked that if one weren't for any other team in the tournament he couldn't help but be for Barberton because their style "is spectacular and they play with a flair." A massive heart attack suffered a year ago forced Greynolds into a hospital. Even today the severity of the attack makes him shudder. "There wasn't much hope when I went into the hospital." Jack said months later. "I thought it was all over. It was just a miracle that I could return to coaching the same season." After his courageous recovery from the attack, the Town of Barberton had a tribute dinner for him to thank him for the things he has done for their town and their school. Jack has witten a booklet, lrberton Magic, on parts of his coaching philosophy, methods and Jack Greynolds Cheerleaders chosen at Troy i techniques. A Notebook is in the process of being written by him concerning pressing defenses, fast breaks and motion offense. Jack's mother, Mrs, Grant Greynolds, lives on Kanawha Drive near Glenville. His wife is the former Mary Burk of Sand Fork. They have a son, Jack. Jr. PARENTS' NIGHT Gilmer County High School will be having Parents' Night on Friday. November 4, at the Gilmer County High School Athletic Field. The Titans will meet East Preston High School in a football game that night and all parents of plavers will be honored in special pre-game cere- monies beginning at 6:20 p.m. The game starts at 7 p.m. How to lock in a tax-saving pension plan without locking in tight payrnents. If you're self-employed, or if there's no pension plan where you work, find out about Nationwide's new Flexible Pre- mium Fixed Annuity Plan. It guarantees you all the tax- saving benefits of an Individual Retirement Account. But it never locks you into a tight payment schedule. Call today. Kenneth Fogelson g 204 Main Street Glenville, WV 462-8334 NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Nationwide 18 on your aloe Nationwide Mutual Iflsuraoce Company Nationwide Lde Insurance Cotaty Home office Columbus Ohio forced out-of-bounds by negligible ] E. 00..Be=ty n *The game is played in two Optometrist ! twenty-minute halves, with ten minutes TROY CHEERLEADERS-Troy between halves. I Every II Several other differences in rules Elementary School cheerleaders . will be noted during the evening, and are shown with their sponsor, Mrs. u TUESDAY I all GSC fans are invited to the game to Georgia P. McCartney. Front {left I see the Pioneers in action against the to right]: Kathy Ellyson, Missy Republic of China. Coach Lilly says. Adams and Kim Butcher. Back i all day II {left to right]: Dorcas Scott, | Grantsville | Titans defeat ,.,, Castrovinee and Mrs. MeCartney. [Photo by David | over Parsons Jewelry II n Walton, 52-32 .,,.o.] 1 4. "t Troy Elementary School elected its 35 7928 The Gilmer County Titan Girls cheerleaders by a vote of the student basketball team defeated the Walton body on Friday, October 28. I Appointments accepted II Tigerettes, 52-32, in a game played Chosen were: Kim Butcher, eighth Monday. October 24, at Walton. grade; Jackie Castrovince, seventh II but not required. II The Titans jumped off to an early grade; Kathy Ellyson, seventh grade; [LI Ill I I III wHmni 15-7 first quarter lead and were never Missy Adams, sixth grade; and Dorcas caught by the Walton gala. Gilmer outscored the Tigerettes, 22-3, in the third period to ice the victory. Pare Minigh led Gilmer scorers with 22 points. She hit on nine field goals and four free throws in leading the luL,Kmackert chipped in ten polntsdr the ians, and Sue Ann Reed added eight markers in the contest. Gilmer hit on 12 of 18 attempts from the free throw line. Walton was led by Robertta Abbott, who scored 15 points. The Tigerettes were two for ten from the foul line. Gilmer Coach Judy Thomas noted that all of the Gilmer girls played at least two quarters in the contest, The victory raised the Gilmer record to 8-1 on the season. (]timer 15 622 9-52 Walton 710 3 12-32 Gflmer [52] Minigh, 9-4-22; Read, 44)-8; Heckert, 3-4-10; Smith, 1-0-2; Crouch, 1-2-4; Williams, O-1-1; Burkhamer, 1-O-2; Robinson, 1-1-3. TOTAL: 20-12-52. Walton [32] Harper, 1-0-2; Robertta Abbott, 7-1-15; Ramona Abbott, 1-0-2: Taylor, 1-1-3: Starcher, 1-O-2; Burgess, 44)-8. TOTAL: 15-2-32. Call 462-73 to place YOUR ad! A-1 1.973 Dodge Dart 4 Door Air Con. V-8 Automatic Trans. Power Steering Low Mileage Local Owner 1973 Plymouth Valiant 4Door 6 cyl. Power Steering Auto. Trans. Local Owner - Low M ileage 1973 Dodge Coronet V-8 Power Steering Auto Trans,- Local Owner 1973 Fury.m 4 Door Air Power Steering Auto Trans. Local Owner Very Nice 1972 Ford Galaxie V-8 Automatic Trans. Power Steering 1971 Ford Pickup 6 cyl. with Topper 1967 Dodge Van Very Nice 1974 Chev. aA Ton V-8 Automatic Trans. Power Steering Special Price This Week $1,75000 No Trade.In u n I GLENVILLE FORD S GLENVILLE, WV Scott, sixth grade. Only one cheerleading squad will be elected this year at Troy, according to Principal David Ellison. These girls I will. be performing at all athletic [ I funlons. Sponsor is Mrs. Georgia P. ,I Mcrtney. . Coal Bowl set in Summersville The Second Annual Coal Bowl, sponsored by the Summersville |aycees, will be held at Summersville Memorial Stadium on Saturday, November 19, at 2 p.m. This championship football game 'will match the Northern Division winner versus the Southern Division champion of the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC}. Defending Champion Concord College will once again be representing the Southern Division of the Conference. The Northern Division representative has not yet been determined. A special attraction at this year's Coal Bowl will be the Wast Virginia University Marching Band. The Mountaineer Band will perform both at pregame and halftime activities. Tickets for the game may be obtained from the Summersville ]aycees. 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