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See Emerson TV and Stereo at Johnny's Husic Box Kings-X Go At North Thurston Do cketed Sturdy WEST WILGCATS STALK IH FRIDAY NIGHT 205 Cota St. I I It's back to the basketball wars fro' rested Highclimber cagers this weekend. ACPION FACES Coach Jim Do- herty's dribblers both on home and enemy courts on successive nights. --:Friday as hosts to the West Bremerton Wildcats in an Olympic league clash, Saturday as visitors in North Thurston's gym in non- conference play. Friday's is the big game of the two. The Wildcats are unbeaten in three Olympic conference games so far--over Port Angeles (49-38), North (58-47), and South (46-38). The 'Cats have good size in seniors Bud Grahn (6-4), Les Dicks and SOMETHING NEW ADDED AT COLE'S"MOBIL SERVICE To provide a better all-around service for your ear OLYMPIC LEAG UE W Lpf pa West .......................... 3 0 153 123 East ............................ 2 0 129 91 SHELTON ................ 1 1 93 101 Central ...................... 1 1 99 1.12 Sooth .......................... 1 1 87 82 Port Angeles ........... 1 2 128 134 North ........................ 0 4 167 213 Last Week Port Angeles 54, North 36 Sequim 65, Central 41 (nl) East 57. Bothell 48 {nl) Central 62. Peninsula 53 (nl) This Friday West Bremerton at Shelton South at East Bremerton Central at Port Angeles North at Sequim (nl) This Saturday Shelton at North Thurston (nl) East at North J. D. Tamerius (both 6-2), Steve Schumacher and Fred Kegel (both 6-1), and juniors Steve Balcom (6-4) and Dan Shedwin (6-3l. Dicks (30], 6-0 Leon Leslie (25), We have employed... GAlL STEENSEN I'O CARRY OUT MINOR Tamerius (23) and Schumacher t22) are West's top scorers in the three conference games to date. In those three starts the Wildcats have established themselves as the team to beat for the title, along with their cross-town rivals, East. ON THE BASIS of the only AUTOMOTIVE Motor Tune-ups MECHANICAL Brake Repairs SERVICES Muffler Repairs Available Daily, including Sundays, exoept Saturdays. ONE stop here will keep you safely on the GO ! 00LE'S HOBILGAS SERVICE 1st and PINE Phone 426-3906 II I] III I IIII common opponent the two teams have met so far North - the Climbers and the 'Cats rate pretty even, each having victories over the winless Vikings by almost identical margins. 53-41 and 58- 47. Saturday's non-conference go pits the Climbers against North Thurston in a year when the Rams are suffering from dulled horns. The Lacey club went to its fifth game (last Saturday} before clai- ming victory No. 1. over Tumwa- ter. 68-54. One common opponent Olympia---provides the only ink- ling of comparative strength, The Bears whacked both by 12 points and added a 2-point triumph in a second meeting with the Climbers. Could be a thriller, with the Clim- bers fighting the disadvantage of being the invader. COACH DOItERTY' figures to go with the starters who brought Shelton its first victory in the last outing--Bill Smith. Jim Goodpas- ter, Larry Powell, Bill Sloan and Mike Carte. As usual, junior varsities open action both nights with prelimi- Quilcene Goes Hard In 2nd Hai00 For Win Over Noffh Mas0n BELFAIR -- Quilcene stepped on the gas in the second h-dr to b:eak open a tight bah game and cart home a ,18-28 non-teag'ue victory over Norih Masor here Saturday night. The Bulldogs held a slim 10-9 edge after one period but Quileene came back to take a paper-thin advantage al the half. 21-19. Then the visitors started rolling and moved the margin to 30-22 after three periods and really h)w- ered the boom in the final round. during which they outscored the Bulldogs 18-6. Jim C6peland led the wav for @uileene with 18 points while Me Steveoson's eight were high for the Bulldogs. The preliminary was anothcff naries starting at 6:30. story, although Quilcene also won In the only conference game last it br a 39-36 margin in a thriller. weekend. Port Angeles posted its This Friday North Mason hosts first league win and kept North an old Cross Sound rival, Vashon. from doing so by a 54-36 walk- in the new Bulldog gym. The Bull- away, and in B team aetlon the dogs aye now members of the Roughriders won their sixth Olympic League's Class A divi- straight three in league play--- stun. by a 43-36 edge. The lineups Saturday: CENTRAL SENIOR TOPS OLYMPIC POINT-MAKERS Joe Borroughs, 6-1 senior at Central Kitsap, leads Olympic lea- gue scorers with a 17-point-per- game average as the schedule heads into its 1963 phase this weem Burroughs has 34 points in two games, although Jerry Williams. North Kitsap senior, has 40 points in four games for the actual point leadership. On the basis of game averages, the top scorers rate in this order at the present moment: G phs Ave. Joe Burroughs CK ......... 34 17.0 Jim Tienhaara EB ........ 2 31 15.5 Rick Piercy SK ............ 2 26 13.0 Jerry Turner CK ........ 2 25 12.5 Mike Holen EB ............ 2 25 12.5 ill Smith S ................ 2 23 ll.f Bill Sloa S ................ 2 23 11.5 Errol Darling SK ........ 2 23 11.5 Bob Knox SK ................ 2 21 10.5 Mike Carte S ................ 2 20 I0.0 Jerry Williams NK .... 4 40 10.0 Leslie Dicks WB ........ 3 30 10.0 Greg Morrison EB ........ 2 20 10.0 Blaine Pearman PA .... 3 29 9.7 Leon Leslie WB ............ 3 25 8.3 Larry Powell S ............ 2 16 8.0 Paul Kristensen NK .... 2 16 8.0 Try A Journal Want ld Once Again Your Money Has Earned 43]4 DIVIDEND COM9U:EADvA:2 :ALLY, PAID SEMIANNUALLY 5o/0 REBATE ............................................. - --- -- PLU$. ........................................ - - ..... - -- - SAVIHGS INSURANCE LIFE Mason County Federal Credit Union Matches Your Savings to a maximum of $2,000.00 this life savings insurance is provided at no additional cost to you. LOAN PROTECTION INSURANCE BILL STODDEN (i Points In 55 Seeonds REO TEAM PLAYOFF WlHttER IN FEN LOOP [I,E(llEATION IJL'AG lie Final 1st half* V L Rainier Beer ................ 36 20 Shelton Recreation .._ 36 20 Loans are paid in full in the event of death, or total disability in most cases. QUILCENE 48 Copeland 18 f Shellgreen 4 Walniewiez 5 f Stevenson 8 Broderson 4 c MeKay 4 DeLurme 4 g Shelly 4 Ward 5 g Caskey 6 Subs: Quilcene --- Corey 12. Fin- ley. N. M. --- Crosswhite 2. Span- ier. Miller. Seore by Quarters Quilcene 9 12 9 18---48 North Mason 10 9 3 6 --28 N. MASON 28 Ritner's Pink Ladies ._ 30 26 Bloomfield, Pelerson, Vermillion Turn Torrid Highclimber hoop grads turned in top performances for their col- lege affiliates during the holidays. Corky Peterson and Jerry Bloomfield. teammates now at St. 1V[artins College, jointly produced 45 points as the Rangers dropped a 102-100 overtime thriller at Mc- W[innville to Linfield College Fri- day night. Cork had 27, Jerry 18, Gre Vermilion. three years ont of Climbers colors, enjoyed his finest horn' for Seattle University Saturday night by scoring ]6 noints as the Chiefs won from Ari- zona, 75-59, to take fifth place, in the annual Fat" West hasketball classic at Portland Tbe Chiefs had lost to California, 85-79, in over- time in their tournament opener, then beat Idaho, 85-71, Greg total- led ten points in the two games, B TEAM STANDING Lucky Lager. ............... 27 29 Olympia Beer _ ............. 26[ 29//,/., Olsen Furniture ....... 26/, 29.. Lemke's Service .......... 25 30Vz Northwest Evergreen 171.,_, 38 High game- Donna Coleman 207. High series Adair Neau 527. Shelton Recreation made well balanced scoring pay-off in vic- tory over Rainier Bee]' in a play- off for the first half title in the Recreation bowling league. Four Rec pinfems scored between 431 and LaVonne Cole's 474 as the team piled up 2412 total pins. Rainier had 2323 led by Memory Smith's 473 ). The deadlock resulted after final first half matches which found the Rec gals ,Edith Rich- -ards 469) scoring a 3-1 victory over Rainier I%Villa Mills 461) to square 1heir season records at 36-20. In other finals Ritner's 4 (Bob- bie Barnett 472). Olympia Beer (Mary Crossan 382J: Olsen Furni- ture 3 Alice Crossan 492, Lem- ke's Service ,Adair Neau 527); Lucky Lager 2 Edith Huisingh 386). Northwest Evergreen 2 (Maxine O'Neill 443J. First Victory Gains Tourney Filmls OWLS LOSE Ifl TITLE GAHE;I STODDEH HERO OF TRrlU00PH MATTOCK --- After a thrilling one-point victory in their opening game. the Mary M. Knighl Owls faltered in the championship final of the annual Neah Bay Christ- mas Holidays basketball tonrna- ment last weekend. The Owls nipped Neah Bay, 48- 47. when alert Bill Stodden stole a pass and was fouled as he shot after driving almost the length of the floor. He sank both shots to claim the victory with five seconds remaining. He scored six points in the last 55 seconds of play Neah Bay was attemptin g to stall out the final see(rods with a 47-46 lead when Stodden applied. his knockout punch. Stodden. Mason County hoop shoot champion two years ago, scored eight of his ten points for the game in the last quarter. Jerry West also scored ten for the Owls but Glen Johnson of Neah Bay had 26. THE OWLS rallied after trail- ing throughout the first half. 15- 11 and 25-23 gaining the upper- hand at 36-33 as the third period ended. However, the Red Devils came on strong in tbe late going to snare the lead at 47-42 before Stodden's lightning strike. In Friday's title game, Clallam Bay had too many gains for the Owls and breezed to a 60-46 cham- pionship victory, taking a 31-20 halftime lead. However, the Owls fought back gamely and at one time closed the gap to three points midway through the third period, only to find hte sharpshooting of Clallam's Bill Wilson, who wound up with 23 points, too much to offset. BILL STODDEN led the Owls up with 22 points, too much to with 17 points trailed by Jim Hol- latz with 11 The victory over Neah Bay was the first of the season for Coach John Hogben's Owls after four defeats. The Owls open their Tri-County league schedule this Friday night by hosting North River in the Matlock gym. Next Tuesday they take on a non-conference rival. Oakville, on the same floor, hoping to avenge an earlier loss to the Indians. Hoquiam Humbled by 42-10 Count FIVE STRAIGHT FOR HATHEH; " KNIQHTS HERE TUESDAY Port Angeles ............ 3 0 141 106 East ........................... 2 0 107 74 \\;Vest .......................... 2 I 127 118 SHELTON ................ 1 1 82 92 North ........................ 1 2 123 130 South ......................... 0 2 65 96 Central ...................... 0 2 82 111 Last Week Port Angeles 43, North 36 Even with generous use of re- serves Coach Larry \\;Veir's rampa- ging Highclimber wrestlers ran rougb-shod over Hoquiam for their fifth,straight victory last Thurs- day night. On Hoquiam's home mat the Climbers scored a resounding 42- TIDES OF THE WEEK Computed for Hood Canal Oakland Bay tides 50 min. later aaad pltm 3.0 ft. Friday, Jan. 4 Low .............. 5:07 a.m. 4.9 ft. High .............. 11:32 a.m. 12.7 Low .............. 6:46 p.m. 1.7 Saturday, Jan. 5 High .............. 1:23 a.m. 9.4 ft. Low .............. 6:17 a.m, 6.2 ft. High .............. 12:19 p.m. Low .............. 7:40 p.m. -0.6 Sunday, Jan. 6 High .............. 2:42 a.m. 10.5 Low .............. 7:29 a.m: High .............. 1:06 p.m. 12.3 Low .............. 8:29 p.m. -1.6 Monday, Jan. 7 High .............. 3:46 a.m. 11.4 ft. Low .............. 8:38 a.m. / 7.6 ft. High .............. 1:52 p.m. 12.I ft. Low .............. 9:16 p.m. -2.2 Tuesday, Jan. 8 High .............. 4:39 a.m. 12,1 ft. Low .............. 9:41 a.m. 7.8 ft, High .............. 2:40 p.m. 11.8 ft. Low ................ 10:00 p.m. -2.6 ft. Wednesday, Jan. 9 High .............. 5:26 a.m. 12.7 ft. Low .............. 10:37 a.m. 7.8 ft. High .............. 3:26 p.m. .11.5 ft. Low .............. 10:43 p.m. -2.6 ft. Thursday, Jan. 10 High .............. 6:08 a.m. 13.0: Low ................... a.m. 7.6 High .............. 4:11 p.m. Low .............. 11:24 p.m. Master's degrees have been granted by the University of Pit- ier Sound in Tacoma for than 30 years. the match will be in Sh( starts at 7:30 p.m. A big expected Lo watch this one,as, it shapes up as the year's best -dompetition. lost only two of at Hoquiam, both pins. They won six by that the victors being Lar- ry Ewing, Ralph No!l, Daron Tay- .Paul Brown. Randy Kingsbu- and Denny Fuller. Denny's was the quickest at 1:46 in the first round. The results: 103 lbs---John Miller S deei- sioned Larry Hanson H, 3-0. 112 lbs.---Larry Ewing S pinned Mike Mikelson H. 1:44, 3rd round. 120 lbs.--Ralph Noll S pinned George Anderson H, 1:14, 2nd round. 127" lbs--Daron Taylor S pinned John Kristrom H, 1:20, 2nd round, Ron Abo S decisioned Bob Malknius H. 6-4. 1.38 lbs.--Tom Lowe S deci- Percey H. 6-2. Brown S pinned H. 0:13, 3rd round. lbs.---Randy Kingsbury S Mel Sharp H. 1:18. 3rd lbs.--Jim Rodgers S deci- IG members of the gs & Loan As- office of the Jan. 16, 1963, at will be elect- whose terms ex- business as may meeting. sioned John Callahan H, 4-4, on time advantage. 175 lbs.---Doug Higgins H pinned Brian Snyder S. 0:27. 3rd round. -. - 191 lbs.--Roy Rager H pinned Ed Latham S, 1:41, 1st round. Unlimited--Denny Fuller pinned Ken Reaves H 1:45, . round. ' : -- EARN F YOUR romp The annual Thurston Count, sociation will Association on Wi 4:00 p.m., at ed to fill the pire and to properly come KNIGHT 48 NEAH IL' Hollatz 8 f G. JohnS( J. DeFoer 7 f \\;V. ,To] West I0 c h'v Stodden 10 g Tr('.nckmarnn 8 g S Subs: Knight----Walker 3, Va!] Neah Bay \\;Varl 7. Hot.ti( Mack 5. Score hy Quarters Knight 11 12 13 : Neah Bay 15 10 8 " CLALLAM KNIGI BAY 6(} Wilson 22 f Holll Ivey 7 f J. De! McNichols 14 c V0 Tulloch g Stodd Helmick g Trenckm Subs: Clallam Hall 6, Ku 8. Jewart 3, Knight--Val: Shaw. Walker, Palmer, D. D S('ore I)y Quarters Clallam 16 15 12 Knigtit 12 8 16 Journal Want Ads l N HOI C CONVERTIBLE CHAIN ENDS FARM WOODCUTTING PROBLEM Converts from direct to geal drive in  minutes Ideal for cord wood, fent posts, land clearing, pruu. Ing, eto. Cuts flush with the ground ONLY $1499s for direct drive with 14  bar and chdl HAVE A FREE .j DEMONSTRATION ToDAT Saeger Motor On Hillerest We Service What We S( S V E By The 10th L QUART 10 will earn January- March YOURSELF annual AT annually MASON COUNTY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 110 South 4th Street -- Shelton, Washington Phone 426-2202 T Savings Accounts 9 A.M, 10 to Home Office 5th & Capitol Wa Olympia, Federal Association by the F.S.L.I.C. thru Thursday Fridays Branch Office Railroad Ave. Wash. Thurst0n Accounts 9 10 Home Offi, 5th & Capitol Olympia, DEPOSIT ;Branch Federal by the F.S.L.I.C. Thursday Branch Office 313 Railroad Ave. Shelton, Wash. te, Confidential,