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Glenville, West Virginia
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November 7, 1975

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i 4 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder November 6, 1975 {Struble kick) Yards Rushing Glen - Caste 34 FG Yards passing :t~. P State - Jones 25 run (Struble kick) Passes ,;. A funny, thing happened to Division loss of the season. State - Good 12 run {Struble kick)Passes Glenville State s football team on the THE PIONEERS MAY have been Fumbles lost i~ay to Institute Saturday and things caught looking ahead to Saturday's The Statistics Penalties ~dn t get any better once the Pioneers" game with Concord that will decide the Glen State Punts-Average ached Lakin Field. Southern Division championship. First downs 7 17 n: The Glenville bus broke down en Dennis Struble's 33-yard field goal route to the Pioneers' game with West with 4:10 left in the first quarter gave :Virginia State and the start of the State a 3-O lead that carried over to the _ ame was delayed for an hour. Things second half. ~dn't improve for the Pioneers as the With 4:11 remaining in the fourth 1tRine ended with a State victory, 24-3. quarter. State's Jeff Good and Alters slow first half, the Yellow quarterback Charley connected for a Is proud to announce 'Jackets got their offensive in gear 53-yard touchdown pass play. . hind the passing of Jim Charley to Glenville took the ensuing kickoff • has and to Pioneers their first Southern and drove to the State eight before LJslness opened in The name H & R Block is looking for a responsible individual capable of operating a volume tax business. Prior tax knowledge, while helpful, is not necessary. The Block franchlse is compatible with most other service-oriented businesses. We furnish: • TRAINING • SUPPLIES ADVERTISING THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE TO: IHm= 2500 FIRST AVENUE 1974 PLYMOUTH SCAMP 2-DR. NITRO, WV 25143 318 V-8, automatic, power steering. Please send me your brochure outlining the H & R Block Fran. vinyl roof and interior, 6,000 miles, chise Program. I understand there is no obligation on my part. Name New. Address ctty/st=te/ pco e 1974/VIA VERICK GRABBER 2-DR. Telephone No ...... ~ Standard transmission, 302V-8, power 11 , ' GSC flanker Bob Shaffer is sandwiched between two State defenders Alvin n m I~ilI:~L'~I~II'IAIhllI/I~'I:WI n n Graves and Dan Watsen. Photo courtesy of CJ~arleston Gazette. and heater. Orange and black, quarterback Chris Anderson was The State defense held Glenville to OWR1M~. Immaculate. I I II ] • caught for an eight-yard loss. On 17 yards rushing in the first half and 46 fourth down, former Ripley kicker Bob for the game. The Pioneers passed for1974 MUSTANG I/MACH I 3-DOOR Caste booted a 34-yard field goal to 56 yards on nine of 24 passes, - account for Glenville's only score. The win gives State a 3-5-1 over-all V-6 Engine, automatic, power steering, I Tm~ off Rt. 5 at Bm'nsville, W. V. and cross old bridge, turn left & go V2 The Jackets then scored on its next mark and a 2-3 Southern Division air conditioned, radials, white with blue mi. to John R. & Nancy Shales residence, series with Nate Jones bouncing and record. Glenville is now 3-5-1 over-an miles, one owner. This car looks and dancing his way off and through and 2-1 in the South. SAT. NOV. 8 - 9:30 A. M. tacklers for a 25-yard T. D. run with The Yellow lackets will close out ~ oIr~] 11:01 remaining in the game. their season next week at Georgetown, REAL F,,STATE: Main home covered w/aluminum siding, coasters of The key play in the 77-yard march Ky. 1974 NOVA 2-DOOR living & dining rooms, kitchen, 2 baths, 3 enclosed porches. Adjacent was a 38-yard pass to Good on the"'I doubt it." State coach Colin thereto are 2 apts. each coasisthag of living & dining rooms, 2 bedrooms, same pattern that he had previously Cameron said, when asked if Glenville 350 V-8, automatic, power steering, shared bath. Separate garage. Lot is approximately 120' x 170'. Owner scored on. would beat Concord next Saturday. Medium blue with white top, 10,000 has ri~t to reject bid. STATE CAPPED the scoring for "Concord's defense is just too tough for A real sharp car. PARTIAL LISTING: Apt. range, San Ray range, 14.7 ft. refrigerator, the day with Good's 12-yard run to end them." kitchen cabinets {all like new}, base cabinets, washer, brealffast table a 75-yard, eight-play march. Key plays CAMERON SAID lie made some w/chairs, appliances, utemdis, beds (complete), chests, dressers, in the march were a 26-yard run by blocking and pass pattern adjustments1973 CHRYSLER NEWPORT 4-DR. heating stoves, picture, lmdding, 3 pc. a~e. living room suite, tables, Jones and a 14-yard pick up by Emory at half-time. "We hit Good for a automatic, IxnM steering, lamps, rugs, TV, shelved room divider, large warm turning circulating Mack. touchdown and a long gain on one of I " conditioned, Bronze with white heater, mower, large ornamental lawn pteces, tools, ANTIQUES: RoundJones finished the day as the those pattern changes. After we got oak table w/ 4 chatrs, china cabinet, dining sets, Federal& Queen Anne leading rusher with 89 yards on 16our passing game started, it loosened miles, one owner. A Find Family ~e, cylinder l~mae w/hera, glassware, pottery, statues, etc. carries. Good, who didn't play until the up their defense for the run," he said. MRS. MArt WILLIAMS second half. had 43 yards in five tries. GlenviUe coach Whitey Adolphson Charley finished with 156 yards said Saturday's game wasn't a keyI HARDTO passing on eight of 18 passes, game. but it was important as awin.1972 FORD LTD2-DR. P IBIBmm~~BBBmm~~Bm=nm~mmBB~ I I BB "Next week's game is the key one," he V-8 autorrmtic, power steering, said. About Concord. Adolphson said, I conditioned, AM Radio with "'They have a real strong team and an _ chestnut with white vinyl roof, e ceptmnal passer m left Boyles. owrler. The sharl:N~t o1~ in towll. Glenvilie 0 0 0 3- 3 | W. Va. State 30 7 1~24 1972 DODGE POLARA CUSTOM 4-DR. State - Struble 33 FG • State - Good 53 pas~ from Charley i V-8 autofllk~ltic, powl~ atoering, po~ .... _-:_-: window defroster, rear seat speaker, gold with black vinyl roof, 45,000 This is an extremely nice car. 1972 FORD RANCHERO 500 PICKUP V-8, automatic, power steering, 60,000 miles. This vehicle looks and PUTS OUT lm VOLKSWAGEN "BUG 4 speed, radio and heater, all white. good working man's car. 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