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10 5HELTON--MA.q0N 00ITV 20URNAL- Published in "OlWi.qtrnastm.n, U.S.A.", Shelton-, Washington Thur.day, January BLAZERS PUT ON HOT BAS[ETBALL SHOW Basketball fans never got re.ore THE BLAZERS won at the foul steller. Clayton also led the Bla.- for their money than the triple- header the Blazers staged in Shel- ton gym Friday night. For one thing, the home floor Blazers won the two main games, and staged a thrillin rally which almost snatched the other. For another, the widest margin in the three games was four points. A dandy crowd turned out for the program, too. Taking the lead in the first quarter, the Blazer varsity fought off a constantly threatening Ho- quiam quintet all the way for an ultimate 31-27 victoLv in a rough main event. TV SETS FOR IIEHT Don't Miss the Fun and Entertainment of Tlevision TAYLOR RADIO ELEGTRIG 4th & Cote 426-6602 i line for both clubs scored 12 field goals in 36 attempts. But Shelton converted 7 of 15 foul shots Ho- uuiam three of eight. Coach Walt Clayton, evidently expecting sometifing of whal came. revised his starting linup by inser- ting David Winn and Bob John- son, a couple of rugged, husky youngsters who came through with excellent performances and each contributed five points to the scoring. Johnson played a key role espe- cially in the critical last moments. With 26 seconds left and the score 29-27, he stepped to the foul line and sank two free throws, then a few seconds later grabbed the rebound of a missed Hoquiam shot to give the Blazers possession of the ball. Scott Swisher, as usual, was Shelton's point leader with eleven. INDICATING THE closeness of the game, the quarter scores were 8-7, 17-15 and 24-23, with the Bla- zers leading. In the 8th grade preliminary, excellent rebounding by Chief Clayton and Skip Prowls played a key part in the Blazers' 26-23 triumph, along with a fine all- arourtd performance from Bob Me- PROTECT voun .. 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This Friday afternoon the Bla- zers, winners of their last two varsity games, host the Washing- ton Bulldogs of Olympia on the Shelton gym floor at 2:00 p.m. The Bulldogs hold second place in the .junior high eonferenee stand- rags. Friday's lineup: VARSITY GAME SIIELTON 31 HOQUIAM 27 B. Johnson 5 f Paulson 8 Looney 7 f Bearson 2 Swisher 11 c Thompson 7 M. Johnson 3 g Wise 5 Winn 5 g Ford 4 Subs: Shelton -- PreppernaU. Ho- auiam Arthaud 1. Scott. Score by Quarters Shelton 8 9 7 7 -31 Hoquiam 7 8 "8 - 4=2 8th GRADE G.IE SHELTON 26 HOQUIAM 23 Clayton 7 f Ross 6 B. Masteller 6 f Ekendal 2 Gunter 2 c Knudsen 5 Olson 2 g Irian 1 T. Marshall 2 g Sturm 6 Subs: Shelton --- Knautz 4. Pur- vis 4 R. Marshall. Hoquiam - Pellegrini 2. Parker 1, Smith. Score by Quarters Selton 8 9 5 5 27 I-Ioquiam 6 7 6 4 23 7th GRADE GAME OQUIAM' 33 SHELTON 31 Armstrong 4 f Swisher 14 Wilson 12 f Malloy 4 Fletcher 15 c Konigsfeld 7 Pathode 2 g Swope 6 Boettcher g Donaldson Subs: Hoquiam Zedrick, Man- well. SheltonHowe, Frank, Pier- son, Young, Fredson. Score by Quarters Hoquiam 16 4 6 5 33 Shelton 6 10 4 11 31 II DANCE SHELTON VALLEY GRANGE HALL Sat., Ja,. 26 MUSIC BY THE TUNE TOPPERS Unddeated Teddies Bop Little Climbers In B Squad Contest B TEAM STANDINGS W L pf pa Port Angeles .... 60 290 228 East Bremerton 5 1 321 244 West Bremertou 5 2 367 285 SHELTON .......... 2 3 212 232 Central Kitsap .... 1 4 195 249 North Kitsap ... 1 5 201 276 South Kitsap ...... 1 5 190 262 Lasl Week Port Angeles 46. Shelton 30. South 34. North 28, East 56, West 49. Central 34. South 30, By Denny Wagner Vnbeaten Port Angeles Rangers rolled to their ninth straight tri- umph of the season and handed the Shelton Little Climbers their seventh defeat in nine games aL Port Angeles Friday night, ,16-30, in the preliminary to the Olympic league varsity game. The Little Climbers made it close for three-quarters, trailing by the slender margins of 14-13, 24-21 and 30-26 at the intermis- sions, But the home forces, behind Denny Patterson. pushed the throttle to the floor board in the final period to outscore the Little Climbers by a 16-4 margin. The Little Climbers were held ,;careless from the floor in the second half until Mike McNeil hit a field goal with 55 seconds left. In the third period they got only five free throws, and in the entire second half mustered only nine points. Patterson scored 20 for the Rangers, Terry Kadoun ten for the Little Climbers. The lineups: P. A. 46 SHELTON 30 Patterson 20 f Kadolm 10 Ruddell 6 f Richards 6 Bond 1 c Anderson 2 Lovell 2 g Bailey 3 Green 4 g Villines 2 Subs: P.A.--Freeman 6, Over- street 2. Bell 2, Bennett 2, Speaker 1, Watson. Hargraves, Pearman, Rudy. ShelLon--Brickert 3, Barnes 2. McNeil 2, Clary, Kelley, Carte, Wyatt, Wilson, Fredson. Score by Quarters P. A ................. 14 10 6 16--46 Shelton ............ 13 8 5 4 30 JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL W L pf pa Miller .................... 6 0 223 140 Washington ........ 3 2 174 152 Centralia ............ 3 2 176 141 SHELTON .......... 2 3 143 176 Hoquiam .............. 2 3 136 154 Jefferson ............ 2 3 138 167 Hopkins .............. 0 5 145 200 Last Veek Shelton 31, Hoquiam 27. Centralia 55, Hopkins 28. Miller 37. Washington 29 (st). This Friday Washington at Shelton. Centralia at Jefferson. Hopk'uim, Nationwide Consumer Testing Institute Report: PLYMOUTH BEATS FORD AND CHEVROLET IN 8 OUT OF 10 OFFICIAL TESTS Plymouth once again proves all-around superiority against its competition. Handling, safety, performance, economy --all of these were measured in the second meeting of Ford, Chevrolet and Plymouth early in December at the Riverside, Cal., test course. In a "Showdown" asked for by Plymouth, a 1963 Plymouth Fury V-8 whipped a com- parably equipped Chevrolet Impala V-8 and Ford Galaxie "500" V-8 in eight out of ten official tests. Nationwide Consumer Testing Institute bought the cars, hired the drivers, supplied the officials, made and enforcotl the rules. The chart at right leaves no question about the re- sults. Plymouth excelled in all-around performance and economy. Add in Plymouth's good looks and 5-year/S0,OOO- mile warranty*. See your dealer. Plymouth's on the move. ZERO-TO-SIXTY PLYMOUTH ...... 11.99 sec. CHEVROLET ..... 13.64 sec. FORD ............ 18.01 sec. QUARTER-MILE PLYMOUTH ...... 18.04 see. CHEVROLET ..... 18.99 sec. FORD ............ 20.53 sec. KILOMETER RUN PLYMOUTH ...... 33.43 sec. CHEVROLET ..... 34.44 sec. FORD ............ 37.59 sec. ECONOMY RUN PLYMOUTH, .... 18.77 mpg. CHEVROLET .... 17.04 mpg. FORD ........... 16.14 mpg. HILL CLIMB CHEVROLET ..... 15.O0 sec. PLYMOUTH ...... 15,44 sec. FORD ....... :.**16.O0 sec. ** [ncomplate third neat CITY PASSING PLYMOUTH .......... 278 ftJ CHEVROLET ......... 279 ft. FORD.. .............. 305 ft; HIGHWAY PASSING PLYMOUTH .......... 462 ft CHEVROLET... ...... 516 ft. FORD ................ 554 ft. EMERGENCY STOP FORD ................ 120 ft: PLYMOUTH .......... 125 ft. CHEVROLET ......... 133 ft. GO-STOP-PARK PLYMOUTH ....... 2:32 rain: FORD ............. 2:44 rain. CHEVROLET ...... 2:57 rain, 3/-M I LE CLASSIC PLYMOUTH .... 251.74 rain. CHEVROLET....2:55.67 ram. FORD ............ 3:04.89 rain. See dealer for full details t:Your Authorized Plymouth-Valiant Dealer's Warranty against defects in material and workmanship on 1963 cars has boen expanded to include arts replacement or repair, without charge for reqoired parts or labor, for 5 years or 50,000 miles, which- ever comes first, on the enfiine block, head and internal parts; transmission case and internal parts (excluding manual clutch); torque converter, drive shaft, universal joints (excluding dust covers), rear axle and differential, and rear wheel bearings, provided the vehicle has been serviced at reasonable intervals ascordin to the Pl-mouth-Valiant Certified Car Care schedules. PLYMOUTH DIVISION  CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORAIION KIMBEL MOTORS INO. 707 So. First Sts Bulldogs Belted By 20pponenls; Sequim Genter Scores 43 OLYMPIC A LEAGUE w L pf pa Owls Lose at Home, Sennim .................. 3 1 233 16(, Port Townsend .... 3 1 206 165 Win On Road For Bainbridge ........... 3 2216 188 Forks .................... 2 2 170 167 .,. qVr:.%u#,, Split North MasOnLast ........ Week0 5 161 300 Sequim 83. North Mason 40 TI{I-COUNTY LEAGUE Forks 46. Bainbridge 35 W L pf pa Central Kitsap 40, Port Townsend Moelips ............... 4 0 190 121 35 Inlt Mary M Knight ..2 2 148 176 Vashon 54. North Mason 30 (el) %Vishkah ................ 2 2 153 149 Pork. 54 Ocosta 51 (nl-2 ot). North River 1 3 159 179 This Friday Quinault ................ 1 3 142 168 Bainbridge at Sequim Last Week Port Townsend at Forks Knight 47, Quinault 43 North Mason at Moclips. Wishkah 45, Knight 41 This Saturday Moclips 45, Quinault 23 Moclips at Forks (hi) Moclips 59. North River 43 This Friday BELFAIR --Nortt Mason's fang. Knight at North River less Bulldogs need a good rest to ............ lick their wounds after taking a MATLOCK -- Reversing the ex- couple of solid pastings last week- pected formula, the Knight Owls end. lost at home but won on the road In their Olympic leag-ue eneonn- in Tri-County leagnm basketball ter Friday night, Sequim invaded action last weekend, the Bulldog' gym and dished out Wishkah took advantage of Owl a heartless 83-40 licking, tlien in frigidity from the floor to score a non-league road gmne at Vashon a 45-41 triumph here Friday night. Saturday North Mason absorbed The Owls hit on only 15 of 63 shots a 54-30 setback from a team they for a cool 23.8%. Wishkah's first had previously whipped. half advantage of 24-19 stood up Mike Stevenson scored 12 aainst for the victory as the Owls out- Sequim. and Wayne Crosswhite 1] scored the visitors in the second against Vashon for the only doub- half, 22-21, with Bill Stodden's 13 le-digit point feats for the Bull- points setting the pace. Hitting dogs. Six-foot-4 ten Bell of Se- from outside with deadly effect, quire outseored the entire Bulldog Joe Springer scored 20 for Wish- lineup with a fantastic 43 points kah. total for a new league scoring Saturday night at Quinault big record. He is the top scorer in the Gene Brehmeyer enjoyed his pin- conference. Teammate Cliff Ech- naele performance in Knight green ternkamp, second in league seer- with 17 points, hitting seven-for- ing, was held to ten points. seven at the foul line and five of The Bulldogs had trouble with ten field goal attempts, Stodden the poor lighting and floor eondi- and Bill Trenckmann each added tions in Vashon'a ancient gym. ten as the Owls rode a 21-15 half- The new Vashon gym will be com. time lead to victory, pleted in about a month The game was settled at the The Pirates also pulled another foul line, where Knight shooters trick from their bag by starting hit 13 of 16 chances to Quinault's 6-4 Bob Rajecki. ineligible until five of 15. the new semester. He scored 12 to This Friday night the Owls go lead Pirate point-making. to North River. North Mason goes to Moclips The lineups: this Friday, next home action being due Feb. 1 when Forks KNIGHT 47 QUINAULT 43 comes here for a league contest. J, DeFoer 6 f Hicks 6 The lineups: Hollatz 2 f Riddell 18 Brehmeyer 17 c Womar SEQUIM 83 N. MASON 40 Stodden 10 g Wold 2 Hendrickson 10 f Stevenson 4 Trenckmann 10 g Hanson 10 Echtenkamp 10 f D. Miller 1 Subs: Knight -- West 2, Walker. Bell 43 c Crosswhite 11 Quinault Amsbury 5, Theel 2, Callis 3 g Shelly 4 Gwin. Hahn 2 g Caskev 8 Score by Quarters Subs: Sequim -- Shade 5, Maber- Knight 11 10 10 16--47 rv 4 Power 2. Swanson 2, Wil- Quinautt 12 3 8 20 43 liams 2, N.M. Spanier 8. Bix- enmann 2, McKay 2, Shellgren, WISHK/I 45 KNIGHT 41 Spooner, Dinovi. Ridgeway 6 f J, DeFoer 9 Scores by Quarters Johnson 3 -f Hollatz 9 North Mason 10 10 12 8--40 McDouKall 9 c Brehmeyer 6 Sequim ............ 13 19 23 28 83 Springer 20 g Stodden 13 Kietel 5 g Walker VASHON 54 N. MASON 30 Subs: Wishkah Carter 2, Knight Trenckmann 4. Rojecki 12 f Stevenson 12 Score by Quarters Green 8 f D. Miller 1 Knight 12 7 8 14 41 Smith 5 c CrosswhiLes 8 Wishkah 13 11 8 13--45 Murphy 4 g Spanier 1 Pollock 10 g Caskey 5 AHLQUIS GS Subs: Vashon Hartness 11, T BAN Singer 2, Kirschner 2, Billings, Lowe, Gunn N.M. G, Miller 3 BIG 644 SERIES Spooner Shellgren. Whitman. Bix- enmann, Shelly. IMPSON MEN S LEAGUE Score by Quarters "W L North Mason _. 8 3 6 13 30 Shops ................................ 11 1 Vashon ............ 16 16 8 14 54 Loggers .............................. 8 4 Railroad .............................. 8 Mill 2 ................................ 7 4 YENTER BEATEN Mill 1 .................................... 5 7 Engineers ............................ 4 8 BY EX-VIGTIM Loaders ................................ 3 9 Insulating Board ............ 2 10 Dennis Yenter's professional High games - Roy Petty 243, boxing career was marred by its Stan Ahlquist 224, 220 first black mark after his de- High series -- Stan Ahlquist 644 feat at the hands of Henry Walk- er of Aberdeen at Tacoma Fri- Never below 200. SLan Ahlquist day night blasted a 644 aeries in Simpson The ex-Climber boxer and foot- men's bowling league play last ball player who had knocked out week on games of 220-200-224 Walkeg in an earlier meeting lost which paced Railroad to a shutout a 4-round decision to the heavier win over Insulating Board (Les fighter. At i56 Yenter gave away Spilseth 533). eight pounds to the 164-pound Shops, off to a flying start on Walker, Roy Petty's 243 opener, was an- The fight was one of the "e- other shutout winner, over Lea- liminaries on the card which ]., Lw ders (Chris Fischer 523). George Wright knock out Toi .b- Both other matches wound up stone Smith in the 7th round in in deadlocks ' Mill 2 (Val Sienko the main event. 547) with Engineers (Glen Robert- This was Yenter's third Pro son 525t. Mill 1 (Ted Blair 511) bout, after two first round knock- with the Loggers (Norm Castle out victories, 560). WHEELCHAIR HOOP GAME SCHEDULED IN OLYMPIA For-the benefit of the Olympia handicapped center, a wheelchair basketball game featuring the Seattle Flyers and the Tacoma wheelers will be played in the Jefferson junior high school gym next Saturday at 8 p.m. Admission for adults is $1, for students fifty cents. ,OES OF THE WEB([ Computed for Hood Canal I akland Bay ttde are 1 hr. and [ 0 rain. later and plus 3.0 ft. | ! Friday, Jan. 25 High .............. 5:49 a.m, 12.7 fL. LoW .............. 11:11 a.m, 7.9 ft. High .............. 3:47 p.m, 11.1 ft. Low .............. 11:03 p.m. -2.3 ft. Saturday, Jan. 26 High .............. 6:20 a.m, 13.0 ft. Low .............. 11:53 a.m, 7.2 ft. High .............. 4:37 p.m. 11.1 ft. Low .............. 11:43 p.m. -2.2 ft. Sunday, Jan. 27 High .............. 6:53 a.m. 13.2 ft. Low .............. 12:37 p.m. 6.5 ft. High .............. 5:29 p,m. 10.9 ft. Monday, JmL 28 Low - ............. 0:23 a.m. -1.7 ft. High .............. 7:29 a.m. 13.3 ft. Low .............. 1:25 p.m. 5.7 ft. High .............. 6:26 p.m. 10.6 ft. Tuesday, Jan. 29 Low .............. 1:07 a.m. 0.8 ft. High .............. 8:02 a.m. 13.3 ft. Low .............. 2:16 p.m. 4.8 ft. High ............... 7:30 p.m. 10.1 ft, Wednesdy Jma, 30 Low .............. 1:53 a.m. 1.5 ft. High .............. 8:37 a.m. 13,1 ft, Low .............. 3:12 p.m. 3.8 ft, High .............. 8:44 p.m. 9.6 ft. Thursday, Jail. 31 Low .............. 2:44 a.m. 3.0 ft. k Higi .............. 9:19 a.m, 12.8 ft, Low . ............. 4:11 p.m, 2.8 ft. High .............. !:lq p.,m. 9.2 LEAGIJE STARTI"G LL Eight teams in a new church basketball league open a seven- game schedule next Monday night. Four games will he played each Monday night in doubleheaders in the Mt. View and Lincoln gyms with the exception that on the fourth Mondays of this and next month the Mt. View gym games will be shifted to Tuesday night because of a previous commitment for the gym. Eligibility is limited to boys of senior high school age or under and must be members of the churches they represent on the playing floor, No players whose names have appeared on active. eligibility lists of either the senior or junior high school basketball squads this season will be eligible to play in the new league without signed releases from their coaches. BOB SUND, high school foot- ball and track coach, is supervis- ing the league and a faculty mem- ber will be present during all games. Churches sponsoring teams are the First Baptist two teams. Methodist, Mt. Olive Lutheran. St. Edwards Catholic. Latter Day Saints, Episcopal and Mr. View Alliance. The schedule follows: Jan, 28---Methtodist vs. Mt. View Alliance, Baptist No. 2 vs. Mt. Olive Lutheran at Lincoln. Jan. 29 Catholic vs. Baptist No. 1, LDS vs. Episcopal at ML, View. Feb, 4 Episcopal vs. Baptist 1, Catholic vs. LDS aL Lincoln; Methodist vs. Mt. Olive, Mr. View Alliance vs, Baptist 2 at Mr. View. Feb. ll--Baptist 1 vs. LDS, Catholic vs, Episcopal at Lincoln, Methodist vs. Baptist 2, Mr. Olive vs. ML, View Allianceat Mt. View. Feb. 18--Catholic vs, Mr, View Alliance. Methodist vs. Baptist 1 at Lincoln, Episcopal vs. Mt. Olive, Baptist 2 vs. LDS at Mt. View. Feb. 25--Episcopal vs, Baptist 2, Methodist vs. LDS at Lincoln. Feb. 26--Catholic vs. Mr. Olive, Baptist 1 vs. Mt. View Alliance at Mr. View. March 4 -- Baptist 1 vs, Mr. Olive, Baptist 2 vs. Catholic at Lincoln; Methodist vs. Episcopal, LDS vs. Mr, View Alliance at Mr. View. March ]1--Baptisl 1. Methodist vs. View. Episcopal vs. Mt. lianee. LDS vs. Mt. coin. First games of each start at 7:30. It is hoped if this works out well that can be expanded nex cover junior high hays. 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Enamel, household .......................... $1[ Oil colors ............................................ 25 15 tires, asso,rted sizes, 1st line .... $1[ Oil Filters, first quality ................ $1[ Fan Belts & " frac. h.p. belts, 50 to Brake Shoes, 66 sets -- $245 to $445 per Outboard motor oil ............................ 7 Heater Hose, 5//8 and 3/4 ................ 13 Western Auto Su 315 South First St. Shelton, Washington In The Cold, Cold Winter IIOMPLETE:AND ABSOLUTE GOMFORT FOR YEARLY FUEL GOST LESS THAN $10.00 A MONTH H E A T "O 385oo o L '-- O Cost . z g == Average 2-Bedroom Home , .,  .- 8,000 WATTS Eleetric UCAT  o Baseboard liI[;Mi E INSTALLED     TERMS  Z O O PHONE 426-6477 TIIAOKERAY ELEOTRI0 217 COTA STREET