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2B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, June 14, 1990 Gunnoe Golf Tourney Awards Lewisburg Softball League Results Awards presentation at the Dick Gunnoe Memorial Golf Tourna- ment were made by the late Gunnoe's family: Carla Gunnoe, daughter-in-law; Dick Gunnoe, Jr.; Joan Gunnoe. White Sulphur Springs held the fifth annual West Virginia Dandelion Festival Memorial Day weekend. In conjunction with the festival, Valley View Country Club held the Dick Gunnoe memorial Golf Tournament May 27. The tournament was dedi- cated in memory of Dick Gunnoe, who coached and taught in the Greenbrier County School system for over 30 years. Proceeds went into a scholarship fund for a senior at Greenbrier East High School. Sponsors were Runyon Distribut- ing Co., Inc. of Meadow Bluff, Valley View Country Club and the M~n's Organization of Valley View. Twenty-seven teams participated with two-shotgun starts. The homestead and WOAY TV sponsored teams. Prizes were awarded to the individual team members of the top three winning teams; and, to the team with the highest score. Closest to the pin contests were won by: Keith McEI- wee and Billy Potter. Awards were made by Joan Gun- nee, Dick Gunnoe and Dick's wife Carla. Third place team: Bob Bowling, Eccles Glover, Rus Fogus, Marshall Bostic. Second place team: Roger Boone, Tommy Hayes, Bill McMil- Women June 5, 1990 Federal Prison Camp (FPC) -- 9 Roger's Rowdy's -- 4 Brown's Construction -- 13 (5 innings) Roger's Rowdy's-- 0 Crawford's Club -- 20 Alderson-- 1 Men May 14 B. A. Mulligan -- 8, Bank of White Sulphur Springs -- 7 Crawford's -- 6, ABB -- 12 Boggs -- 18, Shenandoah Manor-- 11 May 16 Simms' Exxon -- 21, WVSOM/IFF-- 1 Boggs -- 4, Bank of White Sulphur Springs -- 10 Shenandoah Manor-- 7, ABB -- 18 May 21 Crawford's -- 18, WVSOM/FF- 12 Shenandoah Manor--- 8, WVSOM/FF -- 12 ABB -- 3, Bank of White Sulphur Springs -- 14 May 23 Boggs-- 6, B. A. Mulligan- 7 Simms' Exxon -- 13, Crawford's- 6 B. A. Mulligan -- 14, Simms' Exxon -- 13 May 30 Bank of White Sulphur Springs -- 18, WVSOM/FF -- 10 Shenandoah Manor- t3, Simms' Exxon -- 17 ABB-- 7, Boggs-- 0 June 1 Shenandoah Manor -- 12, Crawford's --- 11 Radio WRRL Golf Open The tenth annual RC/WRRL Golf Open is scheduled for June 23 and 24. It is a flighted tournament. Prizes will be given in "all seven flights to the top three golfers in each. flight from the championship to the sixth flight. Entry fee is $40, which includes one free practice round of golf and a lion, Pat Ferrell. First place team: meal ticket. These items will be Pat O'Bdem~B~bby Loving, Lanty mailed to you ~e~ipt of your Clinebeli, Jol~ffny Bowesl Highest entry fee. The practice rounds may score team: Tommy Graham, Lucky Vance, Paul Hogg, Tommy Cary. Volley Ball Anyone wishing to enter a team in the Lewisburg Summer Volleyball League should call Marion Gordon at 645-1218. There is a $50 en- trance fee. A tournament with awards will be held after completion of season. be played June 18 thru June 22. Among the prizes this year will be two Canaan Valley Golf Packages which will include a three day/two night midweek golf package for two from Canaan Valley Resort Park in Davis. The package includes two nights lodging, two days breakfast, three days greens fees and three days 18-hole cart rental. One trip will be awarded to the championship flight winner, the other will be awarded by a drawing from all other flight winners. if you have any questions, please call WRRL at 438-7811 or RC Cola at 438-6194. Crawford's Women's Softball Only W. Va. Team In Va. League Crawford's Women's Softball team is the only West Virginia team in the Covington Women's Softball League. Crawford's travelled to Her- cules field in Covington June 4 for two games against Bennett's Saw- mill. Crawford's won the first game with a score of 6-2 after seven in- nings of play. Karen Goodall, Angie Morris, and Brenda Smith hit doubles. Runs were scored by Vet Cathoun-Erskine, Karen Goodall. Amber Hinkle, Kelly Levisay, Angie Morris, and Brenda Smith. At the second game, Karen Goo- dall and Mildred Holland hit doubles with Amber Hinkle contributing an RBI for Crawford's. Crawford's and Bennett's were tied 8-8 at the bot- tom of the 7th inning. Bennett's Sawmill scored 5 runs in the 8th in- ning to win the game, Bennett's 13- Crawford's 8. - The team began its local season with a big win against Alderson June 5 at Dorie Miller field in Lewisburg. Karen Goodall started off Crawford's scoring with a triple RBI in the 1st inning. Runs continued to pour in through the fourth inning as Beverly Smith hit two home runs, RBI's, a triple, and a double. Wendy Holcomb hit a home run, RBI combi- nation as well. Rhonda White and Vet Calhoun-Erskine contributed to Crawford's score by hitting doubles. Mary Ann Boone, Karen Goodalt, Amber Hinkle, and Kelly Levisay each had an RBI. Crawford's didn't need to take their bat at the bottom of the 5th inning, as the game was called 20 to 1. Camp At Salem, Virginia The Pittsburgh Pirates will con- duct a baseball camp for players in this area at municipal field in Salem, Virginia, Saturday July 7, 10 a.m Salem is the home of the Pittsburgh Pirates' Class A organization, the Buckaneers. All players 16 years of age or older are invited to participate. Take gloves and shoes. Wear a uniform or clothing suitable for workout. American Legion players must take a letter of approval from their team manager or their post commander. These camps will be conducted by Jack Bowen and Steve Demeter, scouting supervisor of Pittsburgh Pi- rates. starting June 18'h thru. 23'd. and country music midnight Jamborree June 20'" thru. 22 no. All pickers, singers and traders-- GET READY!!! We need you for our Jam Session. As always, there's for special people at LARGE ENOUGH TO SERVE Y0U, ht Small |talk T, (ere See Pat co..., o, o...., .,l. .,..rt. St., Cv,..to., VA & Envy Acceq~ Off I-G4, Exit 4 1-703-962-8300 Greenbrier East Luck visited Lewisburg last week. Oliver Luck, Republican candidate for the U.S. Congress from West Virginia's Second Congressional District was in town Wednesday to speak at the Spring Sports Banquet at Greenbrier East High School and paid a visit to the Mountain Messen- ger offices. The two-time academic All American football player and West Virginia University honor graduate is challenging incumbent Harley Stag- gers in November election. Mr Luck acknowledges it is tough to beat an incumbent but feels if enough people hear his message, he can pull an upset. Citing West Virginia's economic problems and low per capita income as reasons for many of the state's most productive workers leaving to work elsewhere, Mr Luck that if elected, he will work nate restrictive laws and regulations which hinder nesses from starting up limit new job creation. He state needs to export more lit products, not just raw The former West Virginia sity Mountaineer and quarterback credits athletic pline and hard work as contribute to effective Luck graduated from West University Phi Beta Kappa earned a law degree during he played for the Oilers He ceived a fellowship to pean law in Germany for The candidate lives in town, with his wife Kathy son Andrew. West Virginia School of Osteopathic Summer Swimming Program Registration for classes will be taken at the WVSOM through June 15 from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Classes will be June 18 August 9. Registration must be made in person prior to first day of class on a first come, first served basis. Most classes have limited enrol Testing for placement in appropriate class will be held on first "Jay of classes. All Red Cross Classes are 45 minutes. Advanced ing is 2 to 3 hours each night. Certified American Red Cross Swim Classes Intermediate Monday 9 a.m. Swimmers Monday 10 a.m. Advanced Beginner Wednesday 9 a.m. Beginners Wednesday 10 a.m. Advanced Beginner Thursday 9 a.m. Beginners Thursday 10 a.m. Fees: 12 & over, $15; Under 12, $10. All lap and open swims are under the supervision of certified Red Cross Advanced Lifesavers. All course~ of instruction are upon National Red Cross standards. Classes not filled subject to cancellation or schedule Aquatic Activities Lap Swim for Physical Fitness Mondays through Fridays 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. & 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Early Childhood (2 to 4 Years of Age) Must lee accompanied by a parent who will get in water. Mondays and Wednesdays 11 a.m. Cost: $12, one week; $18 two weeks. Aqua Aerobics Exercise in water to gain physical fitness. Workout includes stretch, endurance, cool down. For swimmers and non-swimmers. five minute work-out. Mondays through Thursdays 1 p.m. Men. & Wed. (Moderate Level) Tues. & Thurs. (Advanced Level) $15/2 days; $25/4 days Open Swim Monday through Friday: 2 -- 4 & 6 -- 8 p.m. Saturday: 1 -- 5 p.m. No one under the age of 10 will be allowed in pool or pool accompanied by parent or responsible adult. Individual Three-month Pass $35 ~ Family 3-month Pass $100 Family Year Pass $280 Daily Adults, 12 & over $1.50 Children, under 12 .75 No Refunds Austin, Pool | II Let the Messenger Know About Your Sports auto I: ttery.:. " "" _ L. the orlce great power r 350 amps with 1 hour reserve capacity Limited 45-month warranty* :i~i~, ,i ~ii~ ~ ,i RADIALS OOI4"1' T AN TNtS oNel Guardsman