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The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, August 2, 1990 1B 5 ti'~ ce, Lchian ~e aS ~ing ~ ware sad ed P!~ e goi~ 'Red' Vaughn Memorial Tournament Labor Day ~lley View Country Club will the Ray "Red" Vaughn Memo- "lvitational Golf Tournament on Day weekend, September 1 2. This 36 hole, medal play, :ed tournament is under the of the Men's Organiza- View Country Club. ntry deadline is August 31. The is limited to the first 96 rs. The $45 entry fee includes a practice round which can be ~d August 27-31; and greens- rizes totaling $5,000 will be awarded during this tournament to the top four wining golfers in each flight -- Championship Flight and Flights One through Six. $500 m cash will be awarded to the first hole-in-one on designated hole: closest to the pin contest both days. There will be a recephon on Satur- day evening for each golfer and his guest: and awards ceremony Sun- day afternoon immediately following the Championship Flight. For additional entry information, phone Judy at 536-3767 or Valley View Country Club 536-1600. Mixed League Softball Tourney There will be a Men's & Women's mixed softball tournament at Dorie Miller Field in Lewisburg August 25 and 26. Teams will have five men and five women. Trophies will be awarded to the top five teams -- in- dividuals to the top two teams. Deadline to enter is August 23. Call 645-7900 or 645-7047 for more information. "Your New Connection To Better Lighting" uaxwel I |/aol~ IIJC~ Ma 256-2200 Working To Make 1-800-642-2762 Your Life A Little Brighter 456 Ragland Road, Beckley Valley View Golf Winners Eckles Glover (left), first place; Gary Dent, second place and Jer- emy Dent, caddy. Valley View Country Club hosted its eighth annual Invitational Golf Tournament June 2 and 3. Sixty- eight golfers participated in the two- day tourney with golfers represented from the Greenbrier Valley; Beckley and Huntington; Hot Springs and Virginia Beach; Baltimore, Maryland. Taking honors for the Champion- ship Flight were: first place, Eckles Glover; second place, Gary Dent; and, third place, Pat O'Brien. First Flight: first place, Mike Wylie; second place, Frank Watkins; third place, Chartie Alderman. Second Flight: first place, Rollie Erwin; second place, Vernon Blank- enship; third place, Tom Napier. Third Flight: first place, Ted Allan; second place, Jim Wright: third place, Jimmy Bennett. Fourth Flight: first place, Duane Boggs; second place, Fritz Bugas; third place, Mark Griffith. Fifth Flight: first place, Bob Stalnaker; second place, Carl Wal- lace; third place, John Bowling. Longest Drive was won by Bob Bowling; closest to the pin contest on Saturday was won by Tony Gas- ciocco, Jerry Grove and Jim Wright; Closest to the pin contest on Sun- day was won by Greg Frye, Buck Bennett and James Wric ht. I have managed to get in two nice float trips this summer. One of these was on the new River. The size and power of the new River is awesome. I can see why there are fishermen who drown there almost every year. The current is powerful and the changing water levels could get you into trouble fast. Fishing, like any activity, has its dangers but they can be minimized by using common sense and wear- ing a life jacket. I can't swim a stroke so you can be sure that 1 always wear my jacket. My other trip was on the Green- brier River with my fishing partner, Mike Goodson from Alderson. It is hard for two working people to get off at the same time but Mike and 1 both got the same day off and planned an evening trip. We were going to float a section of the Greenbrier from Harper to Caldwelt. This is a fairly short stretch of water but it has everything from long, deep pools to swirling rapids. We used Mike's Coleman Crawdad, which is almost the perfect boat for the Greenbrier River. It is only good for two people to fish out of but the big advantage I like is the stability. We put in the water at about 3:30 in the afternoon and were on our way. The sun popped through the clouds and it was so hot, I thought I was going to melt. The fishing started out pretty slow, especially when the sun was hot on the water. I was using my old favorite, a motor oil grub on a 3/16 ounce lead head jig. We had forgot- ten the anchor and had to make do with tying rocks on a rope. That was quite a problem because the current took us through some of the best water too fast to fish carefully. As the sun went lower in the sky, the fishing got better and better. The fish would hit like crazy for 10 min- utes and then we couldn't buy a By JAMES CREWS strike. With my usual luck, every time we hit a hot spot, I would get hung up and have to tie on a dew jig or would get a bird's nest of line around the reel. When we floated through the deep water, I got the most strikes by letting the jig fall straight to the bot- tom and then bumping it along. The bass were hard to hook and I missed all kinds of fish. It seemed like they would pick up the jig and run towards the boat, making it hard to set the hook. We figled until 9:30 which was when We arrived at the bridge at Caldwell. Between the two of us, we caught over a hundred fish. We didn't catch a fish that was over 10 inches but they sure put up a good fight to be so small. It was a great day spent relaxing on the river and the only thing that bothered me was the litter that showed up along the water. Please keep the river clean because once it is ruined, it's gone. On the Local Front Shirley Howard is shown with one of those fighting Greenbrier River smallmouth. The fish was 13- 1/2 inches long and was the biggest smallmouth she has ever caught. Tire Centers BECAUSE SO MUCH IS RIDING ON YOU, R TIRES Greenbrier East Cross Country Begins Practice August 13 The Greenbrier East High School cross country team will begin prac- tice Monday, August 13 at 8 a.m. All boy and girl athletes interested in running for the team should meet at the school. Runners must have a physical exam prior to beginning practice. Forms may be picked up at the school office. Call Dr Tim Workman's office (647-4747) in Fcirlea to arrange an appointment. Athletes interested in attending a cross country and distance running camp August 5-10, should contact Coach Bedford McClintic (497-2653) for information and enrollment forms. 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