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January 7, 1971

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| BOB WOODS (157) has his opponent won recognition as Highclimber of the against Bainbridge. helpless as a turtle for a pin. Woods Week for his victory in the matches hX pins by Shelton Shelton is now 4-0-1 for the 1 L the Climbers' match season, and 0-0-1 in league. The Bainbridge Monday night, asClimbers will resume league elton remained undefeated grappling this Thursday when th a 39-11 win over the they travel to North Thurston. Brad Stites started Shelton THOMPSON (147) stands up to get away from his opponent, but lost match by one point. winning with an 11-1 win in the 1 00 pound class, then Tom Sagmiller pinned his opponent at 107. Sonny Vercher won the 114 pound class by decision. All are sophomores. Shelton lost the 121 pound class, but Elmer Smith got a pin for the Climbers at 128. Junior Date Nutt registered a nifty pin at 134, as did Climber Wayne Alexander at 140. The Climbers were leading 26-3 at this point. The visitors lost at 147, but Bob Woods came back with a pin at 155. Bainbridge's only pin came at 169, then Don Vanderwal and Bill Gray finished the action with two wins for Shelton. Vanderwal's match was won by a pin and (;ray's was a close 6-5 decision. In the teams' last meeting, Gray was pinned by his opponent, but won this time in a return bout. Shelton lost three previously undefeated wrestlers in the match. Randy Howard, Mark Thompson and Dave Myer had not been beaten before the match. The Climbers now have no regularly-starting unbeatens. Here are the results: 100-Brad Stites (S) dec. Dave Young (B), 11-1 107-Tom Sagmiller(S) pinned Dan Whealdon (B), 2:43. l l4-Sonny Vercher(S) dec. Mark Solak (B), 7-3 1 21-Mike Solak(B) dec. Randy Howard (S), 9-5. 128-Elmer Smith(S) pinned Marlin George(B), 5: 50. 134-Dave Nutt(S) pinned Chris Adams(B), 3:48. 140-Wayne Alexander(S) pinned Bill Spalding(B), 3:24. 147-Gene Dight (B) dec. Mark Thompson (S), 5-4. 15 5-Bob Woods(S) pinned Randy Godfrey(B), 5:15. 169-Gail Vincent(B) pinned Dave Myer(S), 3:09. 1 87-Don Vanderwal(S) pinned Chuck Allers(B), 4:22. Unl.-Bill Gray(S) dec. Mike Rodgers (B), 6-5 The junior varsity match was won by the Climbers, 21-13. Here are those results: 1 14-Mark Lewis(S) pinned Schaffer(B), 3:35. 1 28-Dave Hurst(S) dec. Allers(B), 7-5. 1 40-Bruce Thornock(s) pinned Bunce(B), 3:22. 147-Randy Stevens(S) dec. Fletcher(B), 3-0. 169-Springer (B) dec. Dave Frank(S), 4-0. 187-Chuck Hamstreet(S) pinned o'Mally(B), 3:43. Bainbridge won two matches by forfeit. I take this opportunity to thank all of my customers for the opportunity to serve you during this bast year. For that reason, I wish you and yours a very prosperous and healthy new year. -Bob Ogden Bob's Installation Service BRAD STITES, Highclimbers at ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ e e ICS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SUNDA'f MIXED 4's Men's Hi Game: Gene Benedict 201 Men's Hi Series: Jack Frost 561 Women's Hi Game: Corrinne Clary 197 Women's Hi Series: Louise Clary 5OO Standinqs: Sun Downers 46-18; Farmers 411/2-221/z; Timber Ducks 39-25; Hooters 39-25; H20K9S 37-27; Odd Balz 31~/2.321/z; Gutter Rats29V2-341/2; Boads 28-36; Prospectors 25-39; Pink Elephants 25-39; Go Getters 22-42; What's Next 201/2-431/2. Hooters 3, Gene Benedict 537; Prospectors 1, Mike Hughes 476; Gutter Rats 1, Ted Blair 507; What's Next 3, L C Leman 551; Go-Getters 1, Bob Geist 439; Pink Elephants 3, Gloria Smith 444; Timber Ducks 4, Jack Frost 561; Boads 0, Lee Boad 506; Farmers 3, Louise Clary 500; Sun Downers 1, Char Tobin 465; Odd Balz 2, Jean Hartwell 478; H20KgS 2, Glenda Ettlin 459 WOMEN'S CITY Women's Hi Game: Sonja Cochran 190 Women's Hi Series: Lucille Farmwald 477 Standings: Morgans 34-26; Lumbermens 32-28; Shelton Recreation 29-31; Millos 25-35. Millos 0, Maggie Ogg 464; Eumbermens 4, Mary Wicken 447; Morgans 3, Lucille Farmwald 477; Shelton Recreation 1, Sonja Cochran 4.'58. 100 pounds, won by 11-1 decision for the Bainbridge Monday night. Former WCC Supervisor In Alaska ITT RAYONIER Grange Men's Hi Game: Dan Cormier 215 Men's Hi Game: Carl Goodburn Men's Hi Series: Dan Cormier 578185 Gerald L. Jackowski, formerly Women's Hi Game: Gerry Geist Men's Hi Series: Ralph Simpson &assistant supervisor of 181 Carl Goodburn 498 classification and treatment at the Women's Hi Series: Gerry Geist Women's Hi Game: Joyce Olson 506 165 Washington Corrections Center Standings: Maintenance 4-0, Women's Hi Series: Joyce Olson here, has been named assistant Acetate Aces 3-1, kelly's + 1 440 superintendent of theMcLaughlin 21/2-11/2, Silva Foxes 2-2, MakeupsStandings: Shelton Valley Youth Center in Anchorage, 2-2, Woodbirds 11/2-21/2, Statics 44-18; Pomona 40-24; Agate 1-3, Waterboys 0--4. 38-26; Southside 30-34; MatlockAlaska. Silva Foxes 2, Chuck Smith 20-44; Harstene 18-46. He joined the youth center 526; Makeups 2, Jerry Dickinson Shelton Valley 3, Joyce OIson staff in April and has been acting 429; Maintenace 4, Don Woods 440; Pomona 1, Lad Simpson assistant supervisor since May. 538; Waterboys 0, John Denison 491; Agate 4, Lyle Auseth 491; 485; Lefty's + 1 21/2, Jerry Harstene 0, Everett Simons 359;His wife, Jan is assistant Mallory 553; Woodbirds 11/2, Southside 1, Carl Goodburn 498;registrar at Anchorage Marge Bacon 452; Acetate Aces 3, Matlock 3, Ralph Simpson 498 Community College. Dan Cormier 578; Statics 1, Tom Kimberling 534. MR. & MRS..HANDICAP Men's Hi Game: Del Stormo 219 Men's Hi Series: Del Stormo 583 Women's Hi Game: Margaret Bibbee 213 Women's Hi Series: Margaret Bibbee 538 Standings: Lake Cushman Sales Co. 46-22; Harrys Hoodsport Texaco 44-24; Dicks Diggers 43-25; Vons Floor Covering 371/2-30Vz; J&J Service 3 7-3 1; Molleys Belfair Tavern 35-33; Allyn Shell 32-36; Mud Bay Realty 30-38; Tyee Well Drilling 28-40; Evergreen Florist 27-41; Jewel Pacific Belfair 26-42; Sargents Oyster Co. 221/2-451/2. Lake Cushman Sales Co. 1, Margaret Bibbee 538; Evergreen Florist 1, Lee Elmlund 3E4; Dicks Diggers 3, Leroy Dishon 448; Mud Bay Realty 3, Eldon Todd 514; Sargents Oyster Co. 2, Mel Matson 442; Allyn Shell 0, Frank Kowalczyk 402; .l&J Service 1, Jack Whoelc, 491; Vons Floor Covering 1, Vernon Beeson 526; Harrys Hoodsport Texaco 2, Becky Schreiber 510; Tyee Well Drilling 4, Del Stormo 583; Molleys Belfair Tavern 3, Dave Valley 559; Jewel Pacific Belfair 3, Shari Sullivan 443. BOB KIMBEL'S ARCO Is Pleased To Announce 8 A.M.-6 P.M. DALLY Tune-ups * Brakes * Mufflers and all minor repairs. Trouble Shooting -- A Specialty! KIMBEL'S SERVICE Car Wash and U-Haul Rentals 1725 OLYMPIC HWY. S. (Open 7 a.m.- 10 p.m. Every Day!) THE WAY to combat noxious ideas is with other ideas. The way to combat falsehoods is with truth. -William 0. Douglas SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. TO OPEN CATALOG SALES MERCHANT STORE in Union, Washington Here is an exceptional opportunity for a person interested in a sound business arrangement who desires to operate as an independent merchant, in a downtown location to serve Sears customers. Write today for further information to: SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. T. J. Leahy, Regional Merchant Program Manager 2465 Utah Ave. South, Seattle, Washington 98134 (19-3) Rill II I Chan e. That's what it's all about Caprice. The biggest, most luxurious this year."And that's what we mean by pfitting you first. Chevrolet ever. A complete change. Bigness in itself is nothing. These are uneasy times. But if it allows you to lengthen the There are major concerns. About pollution. About safety. About the economy. About your hard-earned dollar. We know. For the past 10 years Chevrolet research people have questioned thousands of people on every subject from rising taxes to the size of the glovebox in their cars. We've found that price and maintenance costs, trade-in value and quality have become tremendously important. Your car has to work. It has to last. And each new model must have more built-in value. At Chevrolet, we understand. You want meaningful change. And our aim is to give that to you, as you'll see in the 1971 Chevrolets. Vega. The littlest Chevy ever. It wasn't changed from anything. Before building Vega, we read everything we could get our hands on distance between the front and rear about little cars. We talked to owners. wheels (which we did), then you've got We studied little cars up one side and something, down the other and, literally, tore them You've got a smoother ride. apart. We found out what made them The idea in the 1971 Caprice was to tick, or why they didn't tick. give you the looks and comfort of a What ticked were gas economy and six- or seven-thousand-dollar car, dependability. What didn't were without asking you to pay anywhere nearunderpowered engines, cramped quarters that much for it. And above all, to build and getting blown around in the wind. in as much dependability and security In our little Vega, everything ticks. as possible. It's not just another little car. You So we changed the body structure didn't want that. It's one little car for 1971, too, We made it stronger. Andthat does everything well. we made it quieter by putting a double layer of steel in the roof. Caprice, as you can see below, is a lot of luxury at a Chevrolet price. TV Special. Chevrolet presents Changing Scene III with Engelbert Humperdinck Don Adams Barbara Eden and a host of other stars ABC-TV, Jan. 7. Consult local listings for time and channel. Vega Caprice $ee we mean l Iti yeu ti t? NowatyourChevmletdealer , ......... Thursday, January 7, 1970- Shelton-Mason County Journal- Page ll