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Spa The Mountain Messenger, Tue lay, February 13, 1990 1B By JAMES CREWS Crews cation project in the mid-Ohio Valley when quail hunt- of West Virginia. Other opportunities good in our area. In exist on public and private lands in 1970's, my brother and I. southern West Virginia for small a lot of hunting for this Over the years, the and loss of good the quail popula- Quail are just like game animal; they need a Source and the right type to flourish. If you are inter- proving the quail popula- a news release on a help you. QUAIL a national non-profit organization, will con- Tuesday, February State Park Lodge at attending will partici- Presentation by Quail Un- the organization management and habitat Representatives from Department of will also be pres- SPortsmen realize that quail continue to decrease of habitat loss. QUAIL UN- Was organized in 1981 to losses and to in- uail populations through research and programs. The . rgc.m- on a local chapter with 80 per cent of raised being returned to and state level. Since its QUAIL UNLIMITED has about 280 chapters and nationwide. agencies have been of the Quail Unlim- because of their strong on improving habitat con- Upland game. Most local cooperative proj- state agencies. There a COoperative quail relo- game management. Please plan to attend this meet- ing and discuss the quail status in this part of West Virginia. On the Local Front Gary Honaker is shown with a 19-pound gobbler he took during the second half of the fall turkey sea- son. Several of the area's local trout streams have been stocked with trout and fishing is getting under- way. The major streams such as An- thony Creek, Knapps Creek and Williams River will be stocked twice in February. According to my sources, Cranberry has also been stocked. This stocking is a lot earlier than usual which gives everyone a chance to do some early trout fish- ing in that great area. Bass fishing has been up and down with the water conditions. When the water is down and normal, some nice bass have been caught. If you fish Bluestone Lake, the crap- pie fishing will be improving during the next few weeks if the water settles down. "Gary Honaker League Standings play January 21: over 15-12, 15-8 Unch over Y0Ver 16-14, 10-15, 15-8 15-6, 10-15, 15-13 over Alleghany T-Shirt 13-15, 16-14, 15-7 Buttons, Bows, and Lace over Rowdies 15-1, 15-10 15-13, 9-15, 15,4 and Lace 15-10, 15-9 and Lace 15-4, 15-6 JltY 15-12, 15-13 Urry 15-9, 15-8 Rowdies 17-15, 15-5 16-14, 1-15, 15-13 February 4: 15.2, 15-6 'Curry 15-10, 9-15, 15-9 Cows 15-4, 15-1 Curry 15-8, 15-7 Cows 15-5, 15-4 r Alleghany 3-15, 15-11, 15-13 and Lace 15-9, 15-12 "" Pistons defeated Lak- by Chris Robards 24, and Brian Smith 1. by Mitchell Holiday 8, 5, Daniel Hudgins 4 2. " Warriors defeat Bul- by Chad Sheets 15, 9, Matt Bordas 6, Thomas Gherman 2 2. by Nathan Turner 15, B. J. Lilly 3, Michael Lilly 1. "" Hawks over Sonics by David Smith 16, Jason Harvey 4. by Darrell Hughes 6, 5 and Derek Allen 2.. Bucks down Knicks by Thomas Bohrnstedt Jncan 6, Ray Lewis 6, 4 and Patrick Guills Johnson 7, Persinger 6, 2 and Jason Merritt Wayne Perkins (left), Bud Shapard, Danny Hutchens Schedule for February 18: 1:00 p.m. Rowdies vs Curry Flyers vs Holy Cows 1:45 p.m. Faculty vs Alleghany T-Shirt Buttons, Bows, and Lace vs Holy Cows 2:30 p.m. Rowdies vs Alleghany T-Shirt Mamas Bunch vs Holy Cows 3:15 p.m. Faculty vs Curry Flyers vs Buttons, Bows, and Lace 4:00 p.m. Mamas Bunch vs Buttons, Bows, and Lace Current Standings: 1. Mamas Bunch 2. Buttons, Bows, and Lace 3. Faculty 4. Rowdies Flyers Alleghany T-Shirt 5. Curry 6. Holy Cows Students of John (Bud) Shapard's Canton Wing Chun Kung Fu School in Alderson joined with the students of Bo's Tae Kwon Do Aca~lemy in Lewisburg February 6 for a joint demonstration of each martial art style. The demonstration began with Mr Shapard giving a brief explanation of what the Wing Chun style is about. This was followed by Mr Shapard showing various blocking and counter-punching methods. His students then worked with the Tae Kwon Do students and they prac- ticed the various techniques. The Alderson group then gave a per- formance of several forms of Wing Chun and Mr Shapard worked with a wooden dummy form. Students of Tae Kwon Do then demonstrated various aspects of their martial art, including basic drills, one-step sparring, self-de- fense techniques against an at- tacker with a weapon, kicking,forms, fighting and breaking. According to Danny Hutchens of Bo's Tae Kwon Do Academy, "The purpose of this demonstration was not to compare or contrast the two schools. We wanted to create an atmosphere of mutual learning in which students and instructors from both schools could share knowl- edge." Mr Shapard's school ,is not, ac- cording to the owner, necessarily a commercial school, but "1 am ac- cepting new students on a regular basis. Bo's Tae Kwon Do Academy, under new management, is oper- ated by Black Belt instructors Danny Hutchens and Wayne Perkins. Black Belt holder Eldridge Cool also con- tinues as~an instructor at the acad- emy. The facility is located on the third floor of the the old Masonic Building on Court Street in Lewis- burg. East--- Bluefleld Game Cancelled The Greenbrier East-Bluefield basketball game scheduled for Feb- ruary 9, was rescheduled for Febru- an/ 12. The cancellation was due to the death of the parents of head Bluefield coach Fred Simon. Ac- 5-0 cording to Larry Estep, a spokes- 4-0 man for Bluefield High School, the 3-2 wake for Mr Simon's parents was to 2-3 be held on Friday night and "the 2-3 coaching staff felt it improper to pro- 2-3 ceed with the game." Mr Estep said 1-4 Mr Simon's parents died February 8, 0-4 when their home burned. 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