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Page 12 , , SH"ELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Publislled in r'Uhrit,nmstown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washing0n Thursday, January 1 0WLs00u"0000"'eBEST0000r0000 .OO00BULLDOGS,.00i., 53-45 NEIN EN'SE00'vc R00:00DiTED/'N' 'CLij00 BER'00'Wi'00! MATTOCK .... Mason Cmmty's team players*,ho stillhad playing] OLYMI)IC LEA(IIE (AA) lldTii! llnellli:?:o 1:1 of cast-west basketball civil war eligibility left for the night (Tom W L pf pa e wound up as a foul-line duel which Dale and Chuck Chappell) so the eturned the Mary M. Knight Owls were able to put five players West Bremcrton ........ 6 0 :;46 273 East Bremerton ...... 5 0 279 204 Central Kitsap .......... 2 2 217 236 Owls q 52-45 victor over the North on the floor for the final two mi- SHELTON 51. SOUTII Smith 11 f l err 2 f Goodpaster 18 c \\;Valker 2 g Powell 9 g Subs: Shelton Sloan 6, ! son 2, Brick(rI; 1, Carte, Jefferry. S.K. - Olson 3, Houston, Holtine. Score by u Irier Shelton 12 8 12 South 13 5 9 Mason Bulldogs here Saturday night. The triumph for the Owls squa- red this season's series between l he two connty rivals as the Bull- dogs had won on [heir own floor in an earlier' meeting, 39-33. FIFTY-THREE fouls --- 28 ag- ainst tle hosts. 25 against the vi- sitors - found six players tfour Owls, two Bulldogs) banished to early show, ors and forced the Owls to play wib four players for four minutes in the fourth quarter. A hurried search of the rule- book however, disclosed that the eligibility list could be amended at any time so Coach Jack Hogben hurriedly suited up two of his B chances your cracked o windows with PITTSBURGH SAFETY GLASli Our complete etocks h DUPLATE s.,w No, elo,, DUOLITE h,w w,,, e,,e SOLEX Hzb.Abrbbil OI imsure you prompt, efficiont glau z- plecement jobs in all makoa ek el cars on the road today. CALL US FOR FREE ESTIIIL41'II GRIMES & McNEIL 3rd & Grove Sts. nntes, BILL STODDEN, though he was one of the foul-outs, had his best game yet with 25 points to lead the Owl attack, which gained a 31-21 half-time advantage. Jim Hollatz. Gone Brehmeyer and Bill Trenckmann all fouled out along with Stodden. while Dung Miller and Joe Caskey retired from the Bulldog lineup with five personals. The Bull'logs,, o111y scored nine field goals in the entire game (3 in tile first bait), but padded their tally with 27 foul conversions. The Owls did better, hitting on 1.5 of 46 field goal efforts for a 32.7% shooting figure, but also tossed in 23 free throws, Mike Stevenson and Wayne Crosswhite each contributed a dozen points to the North Mason cause, The lineups: KNIGHT 53 N. MASON 45 J. OeFoer 5 f D. Miller 5 Hollatz 7 f Stevenson 12 Brehmeyer I c Crosswhite 12 Trenckmann 9 g Shelly 3 Stodden 25 g Caskey 6 Subs: Knight---West 6. Shaw, Valley, Palmer, D. DeFoer. Dale, Chappell. N.M. Shellgrcn 4. Me- Kay 2, Spanier 1. Spooner Bixen- nlann. Score by Quarters Knight ........ 14 17 9 13- -53 N. Mason ,.10 11 10 14--45 FRIDAY MIXED LEAGUE W L I-Iep Katz .......................... 33 19 You Name It .................... 27 25 Suburbanites .................... 26 26 Twisters ............................ 19 33 High games--Vi Hicks 178 Chuck Knudson 194. High series--Verna Johansor 450. Chuck Knudson 531. Suburbanites 3 i Chuck Knudson 531). Twisters I Don Knudsen 481); Hep Katz 3 Verna Johan- son 450J. You Name It 1 (Chuck Thompson 464). tx SAFECO makesit easy for'2;'2:t2i;'[k*: ourl, es, to give you the finest in- I ca;,,2 2 ":''es I surance coverage possible. For ex- I=. .... .o aSter I ample, here is one of the specific L-U trier fa;ho I advantages SAFEC0offers you: ''1 *When two SAFnco-insured autos collide, the deduct- ible clause for both autos is automatically waived. SAFEC0 offers many more time-saving and money-saving benefits, It would be our pleasure to discuss them with you. *Not available in all states HEMBROFF AGENCY 1.16 North 2nd SL Phone 426-3357 Overtime Victory at Hopkins Preface BLAZERS HOST HOQUIAM IN BENEFIT NIGHT GAME FRIDAY JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL W Lpf pa Miller .......................... 5 0 186 111 Washington ................ 3 1 145 115 Contrails .................... 2 2 121 113 Hoquiam ...................... 2 2 109 123 Jefferson .................... 2 3 138 167 SHELTON ................ 1 3 112 149 Hopkins ...................... 0 4 117 145 Last Week Shelton 43 . Hopkins 42 ot) Miller 36. Hoquiam 17 Washington 27. Jefferson 23 Today Washington at Miller Friday Hoquiam at Shelton Hopkins at Centralia Eighth grader Steve Looney sco- red two critical baskets which en- abled the Shelton Blazers to post their first victory of the Junior high basketball season last Friday in Aberdeen. His field goal with ten seconds to go sent the game with Hopkins into overtime, where he scored another basket to clinch a 3-42 triumph for the Blazers. LOONEY'S late bucket in regu- lation time tied up the count at 39-39. then after Scott Swisher had put the Blazers ahead with a basket in the overtime Looney bag- ged his victory-clincher to put the Blazers just far enough ahead to make a Hopkins basket useless. Looney, who started the season on the eighth grade team, scored 16 points in his second appearance with the varsity he missed one game due to a leg injury) but sur- rendered game honors to Swisher, who tallied 17. THE BLAZERS play their only night game of the season this Fri- day in a special athletic fund bene- fit sponsored, by the JuniorCham- bet of Commerce. Hoquiam will be ,, J . J. ,00ll the opposition for a tripleheader which will see 7th grade squads sqaring off at 6:30, 8th graders mixing at 7:30. and the varsities taking the floor for the main event at 8:30. Admission will be $1 for adults, fifty cents for all students except those holding junior high student body cards, which will be honored for free adminission. Friday's game at Hopkins was a tight duel all the way with the Huskies holding the early advan- tage 6-4 at the first quarter and 19-13 at the half. Then the Bla- zers gathered momentum and took a 26-25 lead at the end of the third period. The Blazers enjoyed their best performance of the year from a shooting standpoint, making 49% of their field goal efforts, SHELTON 43 HOPKINS 42 Looney 16 f Larson 12 M. Johnson 4 f Prentice 4 Swisher 17 c Richardson 8 I Preppernau g Tarsus Archer 6 g Morgan 6 Subs: Shelton Loving, Olson. VVinn B. Johnson. Hopkins Acker 6. Erickson 6. Score by Quarters Shelton 4 9 13 13 4 43 Hopkins 6 13 6 14 3---42 B SQUAD GAME HOPKINS 35 SHELTON 24 Delles 2 f Clayton 9 Holm 1.0 f B. Masteller 1 Heels 11 c Canter 3 Childers 4 g Knautz 4 Dahlstrom 4 g Olson 7 Subs: Hopkins -- Johnson 4, Shelton--Purvis. Carper. Duck- ham R. Marshall, T, Marshall. Score by Quarters Hopkins ...... 3 14 8 10 35 Shelton ...... 6 7 7 4---24 MR. & MRS. HANDICAP W L Vagabonds .................... 43 25 Skid Row-Lers ............ 41 27 I. Da. No ..................... 37V2 30A Gutter Snipes .............. 35A 32A Nite Owls ...................... 34 34 Bowl Evils .................... 31 37 Four Squares ................ 25fi 42 Down Beats .................. 24A 43A High games--Cleo Hulet 170. Frank Marler 210. High series Cleo Haler 432, Jerry Christy 571. STARTING TIME - Clockwise around the circle formed by the hoop are the starters for the Bla- zer basketball team which meets Hoquiam Friday night in the ju- nior high athletic fund benefit game, the only night .game of the year. From left around the circle are Steve Looney, Bill Archer, Reid Preppernau, Mike Johnson. and Scott Swisher. The varsity game starts about 8:30 following two prelims featuring 7th and 8th grade teams at 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. in Shelton gym. Grizzly's Big LCenter Frustrates Climber Comeback Attempts HOQUIAM.--Every time Shel- ton threatened to get back into contention here Saturday night Omar Parker pricked the Climber bubble with another flurry of points, so the Grizzlies made a big first half advantage stand up for a final 60-49 victory in a non- conference basketball game. Parker wound up with 26 points as he thwarted several second half rallies by the Climbers. After a frigid second quarter which left them with a 34-20 half-time defi- cit. the Climbers chopped away at the Grizzly lead until they had it down to six points at one time. but then Parker put on a personal searing spree to take the Grizzlies out of danger. The Climbers blew a chance to make it much closer by missing 14 out of 17 foul shots and hitting a less-than-fair 23 of 75 floor shots. Hoquiam made 14 of 30 at the free throw line and 23 of 61 field goal efforts. Shelton searing was shared pretty evenly by Jim Goodpaster, Bill Sloan and Larry Powell who respectively hit for 13, 12 and 11 points. The lineups: HOQUIAM 60 SHELTON 49 Pinnick I0 f Smith 2 Larson 4 f Orr 3 Parker 26 c Goodpaster 13 Sampson 12 g Powell 11 Sturm 4 g Sloan 12 Subs : Hoquiam--Lawrence 1, Cross 1. Shaw 1, Landstrom 1, Thompson, Quigg. Shelton--Jef- trey 2. Olson 2, Walker, Brickert, Carte. Score by Quarters Hoquiam .... 18 16 9 17 60 Shelton ...... 13 7 15 14--49 SHELTON .................. 2 2 183 187 South Kitsap .............. 1 3 164 182 Port Angeles .............. 1 4 225 257 North Kitsap ........... 0 6 265 340 Last Week Shelton 51. South 40 YVest 66. Central 49 East 54, Port Angeles 40 West 81. North 62. North 57. Port 'townsend 45 (nil Hoquiam 60. Shelton 49 Inll South 54 Port Townsend 43 (nl) This Friday Shelton at Port Angeles East at West South at North Central at Port Townsend Thi Saturday South at Central Big Jim Goodpaster's shining hour as a basketball player arrived Friday night in Shelton gym. VChile a near-capacity crowd of home fans applauded his heroics. the handsome museleman of the court came close to playing a per- feet ball game as he led the High- climbers to a 51-40 Olympic lea- gue triumph over bitter rival South Kitsap. BIG JIM'S contribution to the Climber cause was twofold .... 18 points on offense and 18 rebounds on defense, Without both the Clim- bers would have been dead. Jim was in the right spot at the right time consistently. His eight field goals were all h'orn close-up, on tip-ins, layups, and rebounds and were made on eleven attempts for a gaudy .727 shooting percen- tage. Another muscular courtman, Bill Smith, gave Jim some stout assistance, picking off 12 rebounds and contributing eleven points to the attack. Run err and Larry Powell each added eight rebounds to the Highclimbm: total of 57 for' the game. That they won the decision by controlling the boards will get no argument. IT IVAN GOOD entertainment for the home fans. for the issue was in doubt halfway through the final quarter, when the Wolves were still in contention at 38-34 following a fivepoint spree which narrowed a 38-29 Climber margin. Right then. however. Goodpaster, Smith and Powoll each contribut- ed a basket and big Jim a foul shot to a sevenpoint skein which ran the Climber margin up to 45- 34 with 2:45 left to play and it was all wrapped up. The Wolves enjoyed moments of dominance, however. They led at the first quarter break. 13-12. and it wasn't until 4:20 in the second quarter that the Climbers pulled JIM (IOOI)PASTER liis Itour to Shine even at 16-16 and eked out a 20- 18 halftime edge. South opened the second half strong and had a 25-22 advantage at the 4:30 mark, but the Climbers opened the throt- tle there and with Goodpaster get- ting three consecutive baskets gai- ned a 32-27 lead as the third quar- ter closed. COACI! JIM Doherl:y attributed the improved Shelton showing to new offensive maneuvering, and gave much credit to the play-mak- ing of Bill Sloan in making it go. This Friday night the Climbers take their new offense on the long trek to Port Angeles hoping it will be a: effective against the Rongh- Jack S Pro Now Located at Wesh i, Lanes in Olympia New and re-drilled balls, King Louie shirts, precision bowlin! drilling  plugging PHONE ANNUAL MEET of SIMPSON EMPLOYEES FEDERAL CREDIT UNION SHAREHOLDERS Friday, January 25th, 8 ai PUD AUDITORIUM 3rd & Cote Streets (All members encouraged to attend) DE 957 STORES IN 22 STATES ' AND STILL GROWING i,.v.. ,,. SAVINGS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY IN 11 BIG DEPART}ENTS!! sJ  i   WINTER PROTECTION  ! i A tABudget Price With F aflrPacko' cac; ". " LIGHT BULBS ....... f00ANTI-FREEZE 1 FOR 00fO9 s}g   1 I Ston re grad alcohol ,  tha t affords protection Standard grade alcohol mixture from Transistor $15.00 freezing temperatures. 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