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in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washing on Thursday, Page 12 No Matter How You Slice It, A Loss Is A Loss SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published Little Glimbers Add 2 Scalps to String With TS00U00T#0000000en00e pa 0' 339 271 DEFEATS PILE UP FOR CLIHBER CAGEllS Tight or loose, defeat is defeat! The Climbers accumulated them by both methods last weekend, piling their losses nine high in eleven games. The tight one was with Hoquiam on the home floor Saturday night, by a 59-57 margin in overtime. The loose one was at Silverdale Friday night against Central Kit- sap, by 40-29, in an Olympic AA league setto. THE CLIMBERS suffered from illness and ineligibility in both games. Regular guard, long-range gunnar and play-maker Bill Sloan hit a scholastic barrier which knocked him out for the rest of the school year. and will affect the baseball team as well, where he pitches, plays third base and wields a stout stick. Jim Goodpaster, the team's late- BOWLERS Jack Stewart's Pro Shop Now Located at New Westside Lanes blooming scoring sensation, didn't start against Central after being out of school all week and missing all practice workouts, due to an attack of bronchitis, but he picked up 13 points after he did get in at the start of the second quarter and until Coach Jim Doherty relieved him midway in the fourth period. MUSCULAR forwards Larry Powell and Bill Smith also were less than 100 percent due to colds during the week but both played. The Climbers got one lone field goal in each of the first and second quarters against Central as they fell into 14-4 and 19-8 dificits. At the end of three periods they had only 16 points (a figure they've hit in single quarters at times} and trailed by 29-16. The Cougars were a long way from being hot themselves, gar- nering only one field goal in the second quarter while outscoring the Climbers, 5-4. For the full game, Shelton hit 11 of 48 field goal attempts, Central 14 of 55, so the shooting percentages were al- most identical. At the foul line it was 7-13 for Shelton, 12-19 for Central. GRIZZLIES WIN WITH OVERTIME FOUL SHOTS Three foul shots in the overtime period by Stan Pinnick proved de- cisive in Saturday night's thrill- producer. Big Jim Goodpaster tried his best to turn the tide in Highclim- ber direction, and sent the game into its extra period with a sweep- ing hook shot which knotted the count at 54-54 just as the buzzer ended regulation time. He missed a foul shot on the same play which could have won it, and two more in the overtime, but still did all the Climber scoring in the ex- in Olympia New and re-drilled bowling balls, King Louie bowling shirts, precision bowling ball drilling -- plugging fitting PHONE 943-3882 GOMPLETE OOMFORT for less than H E A T $10 month fuel cost S385 AVERAGE 2-BEDROOM HOME 8,000 WATTS 0  { re" n "0 2 '" , F_ - Ill 1 o e- o ZU = 02 .E HEAT BASEBOARD Installed Terms ira period with a field goal and a foul shot as he ran up a 20- point total for the game. THE CLIMBERS TWICE held 5-point leads during a free-wheel- ing fourth quarter and then over- came a 4-point Hoquiam margin in the see-saw struggle. In the overtime, Rick Sturm put the visitors ahead with a field goal but Goodpaster retaliated with his foul shot. Then Pinnick sank two free throws for a 3-point Grizzly advantage, which Goodpaster nar- rowed to one with a basket be- fore Pinnick again connected at the foul line. Hoquiam led by narrow mar- gins fnever over six points) through the first half, 12-9 and 25-21 at the breaks, but Shel- ton drew even at 27-all in the third quarter and continued to hang tight behind fast-breaks by Bob Walker to gain a 37-all count at the third quarter rest. WALKER SUPPORTED Good- paster's sc6ring with a 13-point contribution and Lam-y Powell nudged into double figures with ten. John Andersen had his best game of the season to date with eight tallies. Omar Parker, the Grizzlies 6-foot-4 center, took game honors with 23 to run his total for the two games aainst Shelton to 49. Hoquiam beat the Climbers, 60-49, at Hoquiam. The Climbers hit 23 of 57 floor shots and 11 of 20 fouls to Hoquiam's 23 of 66 and 13 of 21. so the game was decided at the foul line. On the boards the Climbers held a minor 44-40 rebound edge. The lineups: I4OQUIAM 59 SHELTON 57 Sturm 8 f Powell 10 Sampson 2 f Anderson 8 Parker 23 c Goodpaster 20 Pinnick 16 g Orr 2 Larson 2 g Walker 13 Subs: Hoquiam--Thompson 4, Cross 2, Sandgren 2, Lawrence, Landstrom. Shelton Smitt} 4, 1- son. Score by Quarters Hoquiam ..12 13 12 17 5---59 Shelton .... 9 12 16 17 3--57 CENTRAL 40 SHELTON 29 Turner 6 f Powell 5 Burroughs 13 f Anderson 4 Conn 3 c Smith 1 Campagna 12 g . Carte 2 Huff 5 g Walker 2 Subs: C.K. Gordon 1. Williams, Story, Jefferson. Jacobs. Seger- man. Shelton -- Goodpaster 13, Olson 2, Jeffery, Brickert, .Orr. Score by Quarters Central 14 5 10 11---40 Shelton 4 4 8 13--29 JUNIOR LEAGUE W L Angle Agency ............... 12 0 Hembroff Agency ............ 7 5 Joslin Insurance ............ 6b. 5 The Hut ........................... 4 8 Beckwith Jewelry ............ 31 85 BloomfielLi Logging ........ 3 9 High games Len Robinson 193 High series - A1 Glarer 493 Film strips entitled "Learn to bowl in 5 lessons" will be shown at the Timber Bowl immediately after junior bowling league play this Saturday mm'ning. This will be shortly after noon. Anyone in- i.erested is welcome. PHONE 426-6477 THAGKERAY ELEOTRIG 217 COTA STREET Port Angeles .... 7 East Bremerton 6 1 378 289 West Bremerton 5 3 410 334 SHELTON .......... 3 3 261 272 Central Kitsap .. 1 5 235 298 South Kitsap ...... 1 5 201 276 North Kitsap ...... 1 6 246 333 Last Week Shelton 49, Central 40. East 57, North 45 Port Angeles 49, West 4B. Shelton 52, Hoquiam 43 (nl). By Denny Wagner Averaging over 50 points per game, Shelton's Little Climbers put together consecutive wms over Central Kitsap and Hoquim by 49-40 and 52-43 margins respec- tively. In Friday's Olympm [eagu game at Silverdale ,the Little Climbers rallied after trailing in the first half to go on a 20-point third quarter binge to sew up the deci- sion. Jim Richards led the Little Climbers scoring and took game honors with 19 points, followed by Terry Kadoun with ten. Against Hoquiam the Little Climbers dallied until the fourth quarter before earning up with their sprint, a 15-point spree which settled the iselue. This time it was Denny Bailey's turn in the spotlight, the speedy sophomore guard ringing up 18 points, supported by Floyd Barnes with 12, Kadoun also served a helping 9-point role. The victory squared accounts for an earlier de- feat at the hands of Hoquiam. The lineups: SHELTON 49 CENTRAL 40 Kadom 10 f Ruble 2 Richards 19 f Segerman 7 Anderson 5 c Smith 3 Bailey 5 g Carlson 1 Barnes 3 g Colby Subs: Shelton--Fredson 2, Vii- lines 1, McNeil, Wilson, Carte, Clary, Kelley, C.K. Jacobs 9, Thomson 4, Bratvold 4, Ungren 2, Strye 2. Collier 1, Murphy. Score by Quarters Shelton ............ 11 7 20 11--49 Central ............ 11 10 9 10 40 SHELTON 52 HOQUIAM 43 Kadoun 9 f Aiken 4 Barnes 12 f Cross 9 Anderson 6 c Perry 3 Richards 4 g Reams 16 Bailey 18 g Quigg 1 Subs: Shelton---Villines 2 Clary 1, Brickert. Hoquiam--Shaw 6, Watson 2, Sandgren 2. Score by Quarters Shelton ............ 8 14 15 15--52 Hoquiam ............ 9 10 14 10--43 BANTAM LEAGUE W L Cook Plant Farn ........ 38 13 Timber Bowl ................ 32 19 Morgan, Eacrett Lbr.....27 24 Shelton Journal ............ 26 25 Lions Club .................... 23 28 Eagles Aerie 2079 ........ 22 29 Wilson Company ............ 18 33 Boon's Plumbing ............ 17 34 High games - Sonja Ahlquist 152. Bruce Pearson 169. High series Sonja Ahlquist 292, Tom Demmon 286. MIXED FOURSOME Hep Katz ........................ 40 20 You Name It ................ 34 26 Suburbanites ................ 27 33 Twisters .......................... 20 40 High games Connie Cronquist 203. Cliff Howard 190 High series Connie Cronquist 554. Cliff Howard 546 Hep Katz 4 Connie Cronquist 554). Suburbanites 0 rCliff How- ard 546}; You Name It 4 (Chuck Thompson 487, Twisters 0 (Don Knudsen 435 ). FOR YOUR MAN "IN THE SERVIGE", THE MOST WELOOME ;,,, 00ll00000i0000Syi:M HOME! O0 All o2 issues:or the J ($4.50 with-in county) !il00ll 'i . t'" t i = ' I , ,, ,f TIoEs 0F THE WEEK Computed for Hood Oana. Oalcland Bay tide are I hr. and 50 man. later and plus 3.0 ft. Friday, February 1 Low ................ 3:42 a.m. 4.7 ft High .............. 10:01 a.m. 12.5 tf. Low ............. 5:13 p.m. 1.8 ft. High .............. 11:49 p.m. 9.3 ft. Saturday, Fel)mtary 2 Low ................ 4:49 a.m. 6.2 ft. High .............. 10:49 a.m. 12.1 ft. Low .............. 6:15 p.m. 1.0 ft. Sunday, February 3 High .............. 1:24 a.m. 9.9 ft. Low ................ 6:06 a.m. 7.2 ft. High .............. 11:42 a.m. 11.7 ft. Low ................ 8:10 p.m. -1.4 ft. Monday, February 4 High .............. 2:41 a.m. 10.8 ft. Low ............... 7:29 a.m. 7.8 ft. High .............. 12:40 p.m, 11.4 ft. Low ................ 8:10 p.m. -1.4 ft. Tuesday, Febmmry 5 High .............. 3:40 a.m. 11.6 ft. Low ................ 8:4(] a.m. 7.8 ft. High 1:38 p.m. 11.1 ft. Low ................ 9:01 p.m. -1.7 ft. Wednesday, February 6 High .............. 4:28 a.m. 12.2 ft. Low .............. 9:41 a.m. 7.6 ft. High .............. 2:34 p.m. 11.1 ft. Low ................ 9:47 p.m. -1.8 ft. Thursday, February 7 High .............. 5:09 a.m, 12.5 ft, Low ................ 10:32 a.m. 7.2 ft. High ................ 3:26 p.m. 10.9 ft. Low ................ 10:28 p.m. -1.7 ft. Moclips Trounces Bulldogs, 48-31; Forks Games Friday OLYMPIC A LEAGUE W L pf pa Port Townsend .... 4 1 261 202 Bainbridge ............ 4 2 274 Sequim .................. 3 2 299 Forks .................... 2 3 207 North Mason ........ 0 5 161 Last Week Moclips 48, North Mason 31 (nl) Port Townsend 55, Forks 37 Bainbridge 58, Sequim 56 This Friday Forks at North Mason Port Townsend at Bainbridge Sequim at North Kitsap This Saturday North Mason at Quilcene (nl/ Lakeside at Forks (nl, Bainbridge at Port Angeles (nl) Sequim at Vashon (nl) BELFAIR After a relatively tight, low scoring first half. Mac- lips got rolling but North Mason didn't in the second half so the Tri-County league leaders came off their home floor with a 48-31 victory over the visiting Olympic A league tailriders Friday night. John Coombes racked up 17 points for Moclips but no Bulldog managed to get into double figu- res. At the half the winners led by a 20-13 count. This weekend North Mason has two games, facing a conference at home Friday against Forks, then traveling to Quilcene Saturday for a nonqeague engagement. Both have won earlier decisions over the Bulldogs. The lineups Friday: Big Bo, e, 6OLF CLUB CALEN TGo Much For glazer , .   , ." o" and earl JUNIOI HIGH STANDINGS e calendar W L pf pa H chain Miller .................... 6 0 223 14.0 plete new slate of officers to guide, stance, never got off the men' division of the Shelton in 1962 due to the 176 ]89 210 178 212 227 Washjngton ...... 4 2 210 Centralia .............. 3 3 219 Jefferson ............ 3 3 186 Hoquiam ................ 3 3 163 SHELTON .......... 2 4 167 Hopkins .............. 0 6 169 Last Wcek Washington 36. Shelton 24. Jefferson 48. Centralia 43. Hoquiam 27. Hopkins 24. This Week Jefferson at Hopkins. Washington ac 'Hoquiam. Miller at Centralia. Tall and talented Washington junior high made a formidable 23- 6 first half lead stand up without too much trouble for a final 36-24 victory over the Shelton Blazers in a junior high conference basket- bah game in Shelton gym Friday afternoon. The visiting Bulldogs outranged, outmuscled and outshot the Blaz- ers rather thoroughly in the first half. and. although they were out- played in the last two periods by 18-13, they were never in danger. THE BLAZERS got some meas- ure of satisfaction, however, when the Shelton 8th graders captured a convincmg 24-22 decision over the Washington reserves, all of whom were ninth graders. Chief Clayton continued his rapid im- provement by setting the scoring pace at 15 points as well as shar- ing a lead role in commanding Lhe backboards with Skip Purvis. Scott Swisher led the Blazers pace in the varsity game with ten 244. points. Shelton made ten of 37 224 field goal attempts and four of 222 nine foul shots, the Bulldogs 16 of 300 43 and 4 of 13. The Blazers missed the services of Bob Johnson. who made his first start and looked very good against Hoquiam the week before, then underwent an appendectomy the next day. THE BLAZERS DRAW a bye this week. then open a tough round of road games for the second half of the schedule by traveling lo Aberdeen to meet league-leading Miller next week. Ill the peculiar schedule this year the Blazers have played five of their first six games at home, now face just the reverse for the final six games. VARSITY GAME WASHINGTON 36 SHELTON 24 Dieckmeier 18 f Looney 4 AucRerman 4 f Olsen Cushman 12 c Swisher 10 Harding g Winn 4 Barber g M. Johnson 2 Subs: Washington---Papier 2, Peterson Saibel. Libbey, Boden- hamer, Kanzler. Shc]ton--Bryant 4. Preppernau. Loving. SCore by Quarters VVashington .... 8 15 4 9--36 Shelton ............ 2 4 5 13--24 RESERVE GAME SHELTON 34 WASHINGTON 22 Olsen I f Libbey 2 MOCLIPS 48 N. MASON 31 Purvis 7 f Jankins Wilson 4 f D. Millet' 8 Clayton 15 c Bo(hmhanJer 2 Corobes 17 f Stevenson 8 Knautz 4 g O'Neill Marl 1 e Crosswhite 6 T. Marshall 4 g Sparks 1 Bryant 8 g Shelly 4 Subs: Shelton K. Masteller 1. Sleasman 6 g Caskey 2 CarDer '2. Ducl-:lzam. FC. Marshall. Suhs: Moclips -- Cheney 9. Ste- Joslin, Hildebrandt. Armstrong. vens 2. Carsallen 1. Parker. N. \\;Vashington-- P'eterson 13, Kanz- M. G. Millet" 2, Spanier 1. Dion- let' 3. Lietgev 2 Miller. vi. Shellgren. Whitman. Washington .... 3 6 4 9--- 22 Score by Quarters Shelton ........... 15 3 7 9-34 N. M ................. 7 6 10 8--- 31 Moclips ............ 7 13 11 17 48 ..................... B Squad G,mle YOST YAES O Moclips 43. North Mason 39. ......... ON GO00S|STE00gY North Mason's two jumor tigh squads, consisting of 7th. 8th attd MAJOR LEAGUE LaBissoni eve Agency .... I0 2 LF CLUB hrough its 1963 ctivities at the irst session of he bad y this "ear at the club- house last Thurs- ay night. Laurie Carlson vas seated in the )resident's chair, ;uceeedinq" Bucl nutzep. : Andy 2uson was voted ziee - president, meceeding Frank Travis Jr.. and CARLSON Gary Nicloy was elected secretary-treasurer, suc- ceeding Ed Faubert. Plans for Antra-club and inter- club competition for the year were initiated, featured mainly by a de- cision to try to carry out most of the Antra-club tournaments during Sign-Up Begins For Annual Fern Tourney Entries are being accepted now for the 8th annual Women's City Bowling Association tournament scheduled a month from now. Team event will be held Feb. 23-24 at the Timber Bowl with doubles and singles March 2-3 at Shelton Rec, reports association secretary Pauline Archer. Entries may sign up with her by phoning 426-6689. ment fall weather. and other diversions. will be one of the first of the new season. Phil Bayley was set up a four-date petitive schedule. See Emerson TV and Stereo al Husic 205 Cots Morgan, Eacrett's Amaznng mew ALUMINUM COM.BINATION DOOR Chang?s from Storm Door to Screen Door ... IN SECONDS AS LOW AS 0th lo00t *heir 00ames to P00u,ey*nc ................. 4 ,.^.. East Bremerton's 9th graders last Northwest Evergreen .... 7 5 , e weekend, Tinq bet Bowl .................. 6 6 More successful were the N.M. Dan's Rite Hawks ........ 4 8 5th and 6th graders, who traveled Olson's B & B Shop ........ 1 11 FULL, '" THICK to Mary M. Knight and won High games -. L. L. Mclnelly handily, 34-12. 255, Bob Turncr 220 PREP BASKETBALL SCORES OlTnpic AA League Central 40. Shelton 29 West 60, Port .Angeles 51 East 79, North 39 East 48, South 27 West 56. Mt. Tahoma 55 (nl) Hoquiam 59, Shelton 57 (ot-nl) Olympic A Lea,g]m Moclips 48, North Mason 31 (nl) Bainbridge 58, Sequim 56 Port Townsend 55. Forks 37 Forks 55, Moclips 36 {nl) Bainbridge 48, North 39 (nl) Port Angeles 34, Port Townsend 31 (nl) SEAMOUNT LEAGUE Bethel 55, Nortl Thurston 51 Curtis 43, Sumner 41 (at) Fife 51, White River 31 Peninsula 66, Laughbon 56 Bethel 80, Yelm 41 (nl) Central League Elms 62, White Pass 51 N[ontesano 33, Winlock 31 Chehalis 63. Yelm 52 Eatonville 52, St. Martins 47 Rochester 48, Tumwatcr 47 Chehalis 55, Eatonvillc 52 Raymond 77, White Pass 46 St. Martins 53, O'Dea 47 tnl) Raymond 61. South Bend 54 /nl) Tri-County Letgue North Rivet, 62. Knight 36 Wishkah 46. Quinault 34 Moclips 48. North Mason 31 (nl) Forks 55. Moclips 36 nll Clallam Bay 56. North River 38 (nl SIV%V l,eaguc Hudson's Bay 75. Olympia 50 Aberdeen .56. Vaneouvcr 50 Kc]so 48, Hoquiam 46 EvevgPecn 44. Centralia 40 Long 61.. Marl{ MorPis 48 High series -- Dale Yost 606 Consistent games of 212-189- 205 produced series fl Major bowl- ing league action last Friday for Dale Yost and kept the consecu- tive-week string in which the lea- gue has produced a 600 total go- ing. It also brought Dan's Rite Hawks a 2-1 victory over the Tim- ber Bowl. which eouldn't even make L. L. 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