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Jamlary 17, ]963 SHELTON&apos;MASON , In fMllllll1111fflllmimlllllllilllllllflmlRlllllOgll11111111 lllllfllllli111111111mllllllml_. OUTDOORS IN MASON COUNTY Bainbridge Muzzles Bulldogs, 52-30; OI,YMPIC A I,I]AGI ] W L pf pa COUNTY JO(JRNAL Fublislled in Chmstmastown, U.8.A.", Shelt0n, Washington Victory Over South Squares Loop Ledger For Little Olimbers B TEkSI STANDINGS %V L pf pa Pm't Angeles ...... 5 0 244 198 GOLF CLUB CALENDAR ANNUAL MEETING MONDAY Annual wrap-up of Shelton-Bay- shore Golf Club affairs will take place next Monday evening in the clubhouse at Bayshore following a potluck dinner and social hour. TV SETS LANNEII DEPIIEI)ATION A I'FIIOR!ZEI) H EIIF lakes and six rivers in ORDER OF MOOSE elton Lodge No. 1684 Gerry Hart, Governor 426-3047 s s Morken, Secretary Phone 426-4071 NGS HELD EACH .and 4th Tuesdays of the Month p.m. Airport See loft TV and reD al nys Box 205 Cota St. ason Collnty )lave been inchlded among the eligible shooting areas for the 1963 merganser depreda- tion season whieil rtms until April 10, the State Game Department ;,III]ODIIc('d lhis week. Purpose of the open season is to reduce tile 1)opulations of mergan- sers on trout waters in this state. Commonly known as "'sawbills", the merganser subsists entirely upon fish and if present in large nmubers can seriously deplete the irout released into waters from .-;tale hatcheries. No bag limits are in effect for Bainbridge .................. 3 Port Townsend ........ 3 Sequim .................... 2 Forks ............................ 1 North Mason ............ 0 Last Week B:inbridg'e 52, North Mason 30 Forks 50, Quiteene 34 (nl) North Kitsap 57, Port Townsend 45 (ni) This Friday Sequim at North Mason Forks at Bainbridge Central at Townsend (nl) This Salurday N<>rth Mason at Vashon Oco:+ta at Forks BELFAIR 1 181 142 1 206 165 1 150 12( For Shelton-Tumwater Match Tuesday 1=[WRESTLING 4121 217 CARD IS FREE Sports fans of this community have something abso- lutely free coming their way. They are invited to be guests of the Shelton high school I boys club at next Tuesday's prep wrestling matches in Shel- I ton gym. Admission will be absolutely free. I It is an effort to get sports fans acquainted with I wrestling ' a relatively new sport on the high school I competitive agenda. Cold-shooting The Shelton Highclimbers. undefeated in six matches lhe special season, but no shotgun larger than 10-gauge may be used, the gun must be fired from the .'noulder. and hunting is allowed only during the daylight hours. It) Mason County the season ap- plies on Aldrich Benson. Cady, Clara. Devereaux. Haven, Isabella, Lost. Nahw, atzel, Panther, Phillips, Spencer, Tiger. Trails End, Trask, Twin U. and rooten lakes as a'ell as the Dosewallips, Ducka- bush, Salsop, Skokomish Tahuya and Union myers. The Chehalis river is also included, STEELHEADERS MUM Steelhead fishermen showed a reluctance to report their succes- ses this past week. Many boasted of catches but refused to record them. Best catch of the week was also the oddest. George Valley beach- ed a 15 pounder in the Satsop Tuesday which had a rubber band around its lower jaw, The band had been there so long it had be- come imbedded in the flesh. Curly Donovan was the week's most successful angler, taking three on two sorties to the Sko- komish, a pair at four pounds, and one that more than equalled both at 8-12. Ray Walker doubled in the Skokomih with 61/., and 7-0 takes, One of the better single catch- es was Gene Dunbar's 13-0 from the Skok Saturday. A pair of fa- mily teams connected, too. Don Northness had one at 11-8 and provide a better all-around service for your we have a mechanic on duty to carry out i t Minor AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICAL SERVICES MOTOR TUNE-UPS BRAKE REPAIRS  MUFFLER REPAIRS Av'ai]able Dai y, including Sundays, except Saturdays. stop here will keep you safely on the GO! E'S mOBILGAS SERVICE .?st..and PINE Phone 426-3906 North Mason was unable to mus- ter any ldnd of a sustained attack here Friday night so took a 52-30 lacing at the hands of Bainbridge in an Olympic League A division basketball contest It was the second sound spank- ing Bainbridge has administered to the Bulldogs this season. The Spat'- tans waltzed off to a 14-5 first qnarter lead and outseored the home forces in the second period by 15-9 for a half-time margin of 29-14 North Mason narrowed the gap to nine points at one time in the second half but the Spartans step- ped on the gas again to win going away. Mike Stevenson with nine and "Wayne Crosswhite with eight led Bulldog scoring. The lineups: BAINBRIDGE N. MASON 30 52 Clementz 6 f Stevenson 9 Diltz 13 f D. Miller 7 Dow 9 c Crosswhite 8 Almojuela 10 g Shelley Buitenveld 2 g Caskey 2 Subs: Bainbridge Swayne 5, Piekens 2. Dillow 2, Meyer 2, Pratt 1. Cabunoc, Ganallow, N. M. --- Bixenmann 2. Spanier 2, Shellgren, McKay. Bainbridge won the B squad ga- me by 60-26. RETARDED BOWLING Bobby Kimbel shot a 110 game to head achievement in the re- tarded children's bowling activi- ty Saturday at Shelton Rec. He had a second game of 79. Other scores: Tommy Kunkle 83-85. David Castle 36-20. Carl Bloomfield 56-54. Bobby Re)meyer 77-77, and Jimmy Smith 89-53. son Barry one at 7-8 from the Satsop Saturday, while Mr, and Mrs. Roy Johnson took matching 6-8 catches from the Skok Sun- day. John Lund with .n 4 and Keith Crabill with a 6-9 from the Skok completed the reported successes. On the salt-chuck. Alex Dom- brausky took five beautiful black- mouth from Hood Canal on two trips, three between four and six pounds and a pair af four and five pdunds, all being especially good looking fish. SEALS AWARD TROPHY Hastening the date because of impending military service, the Hood Canal Seals presented to Jerry Curtis of Aberdeen the club's "trophy of the year" last rednesday for his 44-1b. 4-oz. ling cod, largest fish caught by a club member during 1962. Cur- tis made his catch in Grays Har- bor August 11. Phyllis Sheller, who earned the same award for feminine mem- bers. will receive her trophy at the club's next meeting. She took [a 16 pound ling in Hood Canal. STOREWIDE so far this season, will host the Tumwater Thunderbirds in the Tuesday night open house and to make it a big affair all around the B squad will take on the Thunderbird re- serves at 6:30 as a warm-up to the varsity matches at 7:30: "'Bring the whole family and see what entertain- ment high school wrestling can be", said Chet Dombro- ski, Boys Club advisor. The wrestling squad, coached by Larry Weir, goes to Port Angeles Saturday night. The Climbers are heavily favored against both Port Angeles and Tumwater. HYAKS HIJACK OWLS BY 49.19 TRI-COUNTY LEAGUE % L pf pa Moelips ........................ 2 0 86 55 Mary M. Knight ....... I 1 60 88 Wishkah ...................... 1 2 109 108 North River .............. 1 2 116 120 Quinault ...................... 1 1 76 76 Last Week Moclips 49. Knight 19 North River 38. Wishkah 36 Knight 53, North Mason 45. Quinault 43. North River 39. Moclips 37. Wishkah 36. This Friday Wishkah at Mary M. Knight This Saturday Mary M. Knight at Quinault. MATLOCK --- Mociips ripped the Mary M. Knight Owls. 49-19. in tim opening Tri-County league action for the Hyaks at Moclips Friday night The Owls were never in conten- tion as the home forces took off like a rocket and led by a 30-10 margin at the half. No Knight player scored more than five points against the tremendous Hy- ak defense, The Owls went scoreless for over 13 minutes in period coverin K all the second quarter and most of the third. For the entire game the Owls shot only 13% from the floor. Moclips lost starting center John Keating with a knee injury dur- ing the game, Larry Bryant paced the Hyak attack with 13 points, Two league games this weekend bring Wishkah here Friday, send the Owls to Quinault Saturday. The lineups: MOCLIPS 49 KNIGHT 19 "Wilson 7 f D. DeFoer 2 2oombes 8 f Hollatz 5 eating 5 c Brehmeyer 3 3ryant 13 g Stodden 2 gleasman 7 g Trenckmann 5 Subs: Moclips -- Cheney 5. Cars- callen 2. Stevens 2. Parker, Mail. Knight - J. DeFoer 2, Valley, Walker, \\;Vest, Shaw, Pahner. S('ore by Quarters Knight ........ 10 O 2 7--19 Moclips ...... 13 37 12 7 49 SIMPSON WOMEN'S LEAGUE W L Accounting ........................ 7 1 Lumber ................................ 7 1 Engineering ........................ 4 4 Insulating Board .............. 4 4 Loggers .............................. 4 4 Research ............................ 4 4 Olympic Plywood ............ I 7 RICE AGAIN TOP00 iO0 IN MAJOR MAJOR LEAGUE W L Jim Pauley, Inc .................... 6 0 Timber Bowl ........................ 4 2 Northwest Evergreen ........ 4 2 LaBissoniere Agency ........ 4 2 Dan's Nile Hawks .............. 0 6 Olson's B & B Shop ........ 0 6 High game--Ray Rice 226. High series Ray Rice 603. Ray Rice put just enough sup- port on either side of his 226 mid- dle game to come out with a 603 'series in Major league bowling ac- tion Friday night, leading North- west Evergreen to a shutout sue- cess over Dan's Nite Hawks Chub Mutt 525) in the process. Just a week earlier Ray hit a 604. Jim Pauley Inc. kept its econd half record unspotted with a 3-0 victory over Olson's Barber & Beauty Shop (Jesg Phillips 556) behind Fred Snelgrove's pin-pun- ishing. LaBissoniere Agency ( Chuck Knudson 545) took the odd game from Timber Bowl (L. L. MeInel- ly 592) in the third match. ItOUSEWIVES LEAGUE W L Bali's Food Center _ ....... 7 1 Evecgreen Florists ........ 6 2 Angle Agency ................ 4 4 Jim Pmfly Inc ................. 4 4 Shelton Marine Supply .... 3 5 Hood Canal Marina ........ 3 5 Edward's Salon ................ 3 5 Shelton Union Service .... 2 6 High game Edith "Walter 202 High series - Ellen Rebman 544 Slit picks .... Edith Levett and Bet- ty Dean 5-7, Vi LaFond 5-6-7. Sy- bil Sampson 6-7 Jim Pauly Inc. 4 (Ellen Rebman 544), Edward's Salon 0 tCleo Hul- et 469): Evergreen Florists 3 (Bet- ty Johnson 439). Hood Cxnal Ma- rina I (Katie Niles 487); Angle Agency 3 (Betty LeGarde 431), Shelton Marine Supply 1 (Sylvia Fonzo 439): Ball's Food Center 3 (Betty Dean 382), Shelton Union Service 1 eStella Howard 3761. GRANGE LEAGUE W L Matlock .............................. 7 1 Cloquallum ................. : ...... 6 2 Pomona ................................ 5 3 Shelton Valley ................ 4 4 Skokomish .......................... 4 4 Southside ............................ 4 4 Purchasing ........................ 1 .:70Q Agate .................................. 1 7 High game ...... LaVonne Cole Patrons ................................ 1 7 High series --- Jean Reg.m 518 High games .... Nancy Doak 198. Split picks Bugs Donaldson Art Sharp 206 4-7-9-10, Helen Rice 6-7-10 High series --- Nancy Doak 444. Art Sharp 541 Loggers 4 tNorene Stevens 515), .- - East Bremerton 4 1 265 195 West Bremerton 5 1 318 229 SHELTON .......... 2 2 182 186 North Kitsap .... 1 4 173 242 South Kitsap .... 0 4 126 200 Central Kitsap .... 0 4 161 219 Last Woek Shelton 48, South 27. port Angeles 58, East 51. West 63, Central 38. West 61, North 21. By Denny %Vagner By winning their game against gouth Kitsap Friday night, the Little Climbers squared their ree- m'd in Olympic League B team standings and drew a split for their weekend activities. The triumph over South came by a lop-sided 51-27 count, off- Dinner is at 7:00, the social honr at 6:00. Reports of strolling committees, the directors, the pro-manager, and tile men's and women's divi- sions as well as election of 1963 officers will comprise the meet- ing agenda. Unless contests develop from nominations from the floor, Buck Pricc is scheduled to be moved up to the presidency (he is now vice- president), Jim Morrissey will be- come vice-president, Jim McComb will be retained as treasurer, and Dot \\;Villour, Max Schmidt and Polly Parrett will join the board of directors. FOR RENT Don't Miss the Fun and Entertainment of Television TAYLOR RADIO ELECTRIC 4th & Cota 426-6602 YENTER FIGHTS setting a 57-49 defeat Saturday at the hands of the Hoquim Griz- AGAIN TOMORROW zly reserves at Hoquiam Dennis Yenter, one-time High- Gaining a ten-point margin in climber boxer and football player, the first quarter at 15-5. the Little makes his third professional box- Climbers slipped a bit in the ing start this Friday night in Ta- second period to lead by 24-17. coma. fighting Henry Walker of but poured on the coals in the Aberdeen in a four-round prelim)- second half to run away with the verdict after stretching it to 37-21 at the final rest period. Little Climber scoring was well balanced with Denny Bailey lead- ing at eight, closely followed by Terry Kadoun and Jim Richards at seven each. Bailey also picked off eight rebounds to lead in that department, The Little Climbers hit 19 of 56 floor shots and 13 of 19 foul shots. The lineups: SHELTON 51 SOUTH 27 Kadoun 7 f Ebbert 6 Richards 7 f Eisentrat 4 Barnes 5 c Barker 2 Anderson 6 g Rylander 5 Bailey 8 g Rees 2 Subs: Shelton---Carte 4. "Wilson 4, Fredson 4, McNeil 4. Brickert 2. Wyatt. South---Holtine 7, May 2. McCready, Nilson. Bryant, Thompsen. Score by QImrters nary to the George Wright-Tomb- stone Smith main event. Yenter ias scored first round knockouts in his two previous pro fights, one over VValker. He is a middleweight under the manage- ment of Frank (Chee Chee) Britt. a wellknown Northwest ringman of a few years ago, Yenter is des- eribed as "a bright young glove prospect" by Britt. RECREATION LEAGUE W L Shelton Recreation ....... 7 1 Rainier Beer .................... 7 1 Olsen Furniture .............. 7 1 Lemke's Service .............. 4 4 Ritner's Pink Ladies .... 4 4 Northwest Evergreen ...... 2 6- Lucky Lager .................... 1 7 Olympia Beer .................... 0 8 High game -- Rubye Friskel 187 High series .... Lois Albrecht 499 Split picks ...... Mary Alice Cros- san 5-7. 4-10. and 5-10 LOANS up to '5000 Loans on furniture, automobiles, equip- ment, livestock, or other security and take up to 48 months to repay. Credit Life Insurance is avail- able. Phone, stop in or write: SERVICE FINANCE CO. 124 Railroad Ave. Shel{on, Washington Phone 426-4447 225 DRESSES and ROBES just s199 Petite Juniors, Misses, and Half Sizes ANOTHER ASSORTMENT OF BETTER DRESSES - - - s488 CAPRIS BLOUSES .... '199 ,lee Shelton ...... 15 9 13 14--51 South ........ 5 12 4 6-27 HOQUIAM 53 SHELTON 42 Aiken 9 f Kadoun 4 Sandgen 13 f Riehards 11 Perry 3 c Barnes 9 Reams 12 g Anderson 8 Church g Bailey 1O Subs: Hoquiam Shaw 10. Thompson 10, Quigg 2, Cross. Wat- son Shelton Carte Wilson, Wyatt. Score by Quarters Hoquiam .... 14 12 16 11----53 Shelton ..... 8 5 23 6--42 JUNIOR LEAGITE Vir L Angle Agency ..................... 4 0 Hembroff Agency ................ 3 1 The Hut ................................ 2 2 Joslin Insurance ............... 2 2 Beckwith Jewelry-. ............... 1 3 Bloomfield Logging .......... 0 4 High game-- Ray Barrington 182. High series--Ken Kneeland 501. Angle Agency 4 I Reid Prepper- nau 461), Bloomfield Logging 0 ten Robinson 431); Hembroff Agency 3 tDel Hartwell 425), Beckwith Jewelry 1 (Rocky Rob- inson 428}; Joslin Insurance 2 ,Ken Kneeland 501). The Hut 2 Joe Thomson 3761. WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL W L Allyn Shell Services ........ 8 0 Gott's Oilerettes ............... 6 2 Bill's Shell Service ........ 5 3 Eells & Valley ............... 4 4 Timber Bowl .................... 4 4 Darigold .............................. 3 5 Ming Tree Care ................ 1 7 Richfield Oil .................... 1 7 High games Gay Gott 209, Tip Franklin 203 High series -- Tip Franklin 539 Split picks Helen Odgen, Rea Brown each 5-7. Phillis Collins 6-7-10. Bey Dunbar 3-7-10. Marga- ret" Tobler 5-10 Timber Bowl 4  Rea Bi'own 488). Darigold 0 (Ginny Fuller 488); Gott's Oilerettes 4 (Tip Franklin 539), Eells & Valley 0 (Andy Rod- gers 418) ; Allyn Shell 4 [ Ann Cole SLIPPERETTES HANg BAGS 88' '1 ss ACETATE APRONS & SLIPS ................ $1.69 HOSE "Rock Candy", .................... 2 pr. for 88 Drastic Reductions on COATS & CAR COATS DON'T MISS THIS SALE -.,:L . mperature, 13.02 cu. ft. capacity REG. PRICE TO!R - FREEZER ...................... Automatic defrosting, 104-1b. Zero-Zone Freezer mperature, 13.02 cu. ft. capacity E RATOR FREEZER REG. PRICE i $379.95 ...................... ( e as above except also includes automatic ice-maker) Frost-clear 14.6 cu. ft. capacity TOR FREEZER kEG. PRICE m $449.95 .................... TO CLEAR AT 22 9 W/t TO CLEAR AT TO CLEAR AT Lift-off oven door, lift-up top, lift-out oven bottom ii:: Used Refrigerators, many styles to choose from--S35 and up ...... Freezers, upright and chest models Purchasing 0  Darlene Vilson 441); Accounting 3 (Marg Tobler 465). Insulating Board 1 (Betty Olson 459) ; Lumber 3 (Jean Ream 518). Engineering I (LaVonne Co- le 509); Research 3 (Katie Miles 478), Olympic Plywood 1 (Mild- -,*c +;'.;7 , .; red Daniels 438. FI{,ATEI{NAL LEAGUE Moose Antlers ................ 7 1 Fuller Construction ........ 6 2 Kiwanis Club .................... 5 3 Shelton Hardware ............ 4 4 Rotary Club .................... 4 4 Bull Moose ........................ 2 6 :'.;;2 ." $150 Food Protection Plan Lions Club ........................ 2 6 Eagles Aerie .................... 2 6 4 fast-freeze shelves TO CLEAR AT High game Ken Wolden 213 N UPRIGHT: .,o ..,c. '229 """ series----Bill Wilson 566 $15u foo ion $269 .;5 .................... w/t Fuller Construction 3 (Don John- son 564), Bull Moose 1 (Bill Wil- ,nch -- de necessary s 566);ltRtary 3 She on (Jim Shrum fabulous new ..... kEG PRICE TO CLEAR AT 5 ), Hardware 1 (Buck ELECTRIC RANGE .................... '169 W/t MackeY(Gerry 509}; Moose Antlers 3 .... = Hart 564). Lions 1 (Walt $100 and up (90 days parts warranty) SMALL APPUANCES by the makers of Universal Toasters  Spray Steam Irons  Steam Irons -- Fry Pans Large Griddles  Hand Mixers  Electric Can Openers Reduced 50% And More! TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE SAVINGS NOW! LEM WARREN REFRIGERATION 2rid at Cota * Ai r Conditioning Headquarters * pli. 426-2445 Wolden 533  ; Kiwanis 2 (Gary Co- wan 503}, Eagies 2 (Lionel Le- man 522). WOMEN'S CITY LEAGUE Hoodsport Lumber ............ 6 2 McConkey Drng Center_..6 2 Morgan Transfer . .......... 5 3 Sunbeam Bread ............... 5 3 Millo's Diner .................... 4 4 Polka Dot .......................... 3 5 Shelton Hotel .................... 2 6 Lumbermen's Merc ........ 1 7 High game -- Bobble Barnett and Evelyn Eliot each 196 High series - Evelyn Eliot 530 Split picks .... Rubye Frisken, Helen Burnett, Lorraine Kenyon each the 5-7 McConkey's Drug Center 4 [Bob- bie Barnett 529}. L. M. 0 (Evelyn Eliot 530; Hoodsport Lumber 4 (Helen SpaldLng 453) Polka Dot 0 tLois Albrecht 472); Sunbeam Bread 3 M:illie Daniels 456}, Shel- ton Hotel 1 (Dot Summers 468); Morgan Transfer 3 (Rubye Fris- ken 4861, Millo's Diner 1 (Helen Harris 355). Cloqualhun 4 (Gladys Nelson 477), Ming Tree 0 (Iva Cook 412; 365). Shelton Valley 0 (Ina Kim- Bill's Shell 3 (Betty Wolden 450), bel 438); Matlock 4 (Art Sharp Richfield Oil 1 (Lodga Kimbel 541). Agate 0 (:Bud Knutzen 433): 402). Southside 3 (Ira Cook 443), Sko- komish I ,Dutch Stanley 486). Pomona 3 Bob Florek 442), Pat- rons 1 (Lad Simpson 393)., RAYONIER RESEARCH W L Silva Foxes ........................ 7 1 Pin Curlers ........................ 6 2 Rayonettes .......................... 5 3 STARTING TODAY ! Here Are Some Examples of DEDUCTIBLE ITEMS Acetate Aces .................... 4 4 Maintenance ...................... 3 5 Included Under... Wood Birds ...................... 3 5 VCater Boys ........................ 26 DRU- Four Fowlers .................... 2 6 High games -- M:arg Bacon 149, Do Lurid 234 High series -- Jan Chase 417, Don Lund 587 V A SERVICE TO TAXPAYER Silva Foxes 4 (Ky Wilson 511), Wood Birds 0 (Rollo Halbert 444); Acetate Aces 3 (Marv Anstev458), PRESCRIPTIONS -- Includes all drugs prepared by a duly licensed medical prac L Four Fowlers 1 (Beth Brown 377) titioner. Maintenance 3 (Jim Latimer 499), \\;ater Boys 1 (Don Lund 587) DRUGS FOR INTERNAL USE -- Antacids, laxatives, alkalizers, analgesics, cold Rayonettes 2 (Jan Chase 417), preparations, sedatives, antidiarrheals, and others. Pin Curlers 2 (Jenny Tratnick DRUGS FOR EXTERNAL USE -- Abrasives, topical analgesics, antihistamine prep- 406). parations, antiseptics, emollien, fungicides, medicated ointments, astring- ents, and others. MERCHANTS LEAGUE W L MEDICAL SUPPLIES -- Insulin syringes and needles, ear syringes, atomizers, he- Timber Appliance ............ 4 0 bulizers, vaporizers, trusses, surgical collars, back supports, suspensaries, Bill's Shell Service ........ 3 1 'elastic stockings, first aid supplies, and others. Prepp's Rexall Store .... 3 1 Olympic P.ywood ............ 3 1 WETS AND DRYS -- Boric acid powder, epsom salts, powdered mustard, ftaxseed, Thurston S & L ................ 1 3 oil of wintergreen, camphorated oil, tincture of benzoin, etc. Old Mill ............................ 1 3 MEDICAL APPARATUS -- Hospital beds, wheel chairs, invalid lifts, urinals, hcar- Kimbel Motors Inc ........ 1 3 ing aid and batteries, oxygen equipment, bed pans. and others. Ralph's Serve-U .............. 0 4 High game---Howard Fuller 214 SPECIAL ITEMS -- There are many of these. Come in and ask us for details and High series ...... Dick Johnson 563 how Drug Tax can save you money at no cost to you. Timber Appliance 4 | Bryan Johnson 512). Ralph's Serve-U 0 (Fh)yd Jackson 509): Olympic Plywood 3 Ken Smith 497), Kim- bel Motors 1 (Jerry Christy 480); Prepp's 3 (Dave Harris 517), Old Mill 1 (Bob Olson 506); Bfll' Shell 3 (tIoward Fuller 815)] Thurston Savings  Lo'an 1 (Dick , Johnson 563 . " ............................. 7