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February :14, 1963 qI-I!,TON---MAJON COUNTY JOURNAL PuN{shedin ...... Sllelton, Wasmngton 5 IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIlllllllllllllll OUTDOORS ii IN MASON COUNTY = IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll STILL ACTION TO THE HUNTEOR hill] {el' has remaining, al- ae'sons closed on ',1, bear hunt in certain of eastern Washington ch 1, and remains open Bear may be taken year-round open areas: Cowlitz, Island, Pa- Juan, Skamania, Thurs- a, parts of Pierce ties, western county ,and Clallam, Grays Harbor, Kitsap counties. TRAPPER, the'mink, and lynx seasons are however, muskrats to trapping until may be hunted until The on bran?as g and posses- three birds. opportunity for the time of year lies rabbit. Rabbits are in all of Western Wash- March 31, and in east- ms until February 28. be hunted year-round Island counties. on bunnies is five per bag limit in Clark, Skagit and , counties. ?S may be hunted from 5ur before sunrise to inexperienced rabbit note that a skiff of on the ground will his chance for Lgton, the Yak- area generally pro- )st rabbits and .has mr er success. Tne sin area also provides each year. counties, Whidbey Is- and Whatcom coun- SOUthwestern coun- k high, With Clark the list. Rabbit .s in any of the west is generally higher of tbe east side re- HIGH .eased recently by aDPrtift e and the Service all-time high count waterfowl wintering State. Waterfowl count, wren last December 2' Stablished record 6 Waterfowl and ]on records to 1936. fluctuated, until about agothe record-high 53-54. TIME the build- Waterfowl and in habitat in the on mallards )rd with ducks mallard count species usually vet 50 Per cent of the Waterfowl hunter's the count of Widgeon. to- exceeded by ten-year pc- count of green- by only were grea- above the ten counts Of Scaup num- second high in the totaled 64.- Year's all-time were below last Canada goose but numbers nt years. The the greatest state. ich the hunt- until Februaw count exceed- r of the past tal waterfowl last year, was Tourney on 'Pecial I ay. onls of Athletic'. lUndson Pavil- of Washing. AA Tour- -16 at Ed- Tourna- address is Univer- cattle 5. Wa- Price SChedule is as seats each night $1.75 each night. ' 1 night: ........ $1.25 n wi: ............... 75 $1.50 ild ......... 75 AM, Adults...75 AM, ................ • 50 erved ......................... $6.00 Unreserved ........................ $3.00 1,307,788. This year's wintering population count of 1,514,731 is significantly greater. STEELHEAD CATCH LIGHT DURING PAST WEEK Steelheading activity, as reflec- ted in reported fish, was practi- cally at a halt last week. One fish, landed by Terry Kadoun was listed at Vefngard's Sport Shop. Kodoun's catch was 7. pounds from the Goldsborough, on Feb. 10. MATMEN SHUT OUT YASHON TUESDAY The Shelton grapplers snapped their two meet losing streak as they shut out Vashon by a 24-0 count Tuesday, leaving the mat- men with a 10-2 won-lost record• Coach Larry Weir used mostly "B" squad wrestlers against the visitors as Roy Gripp, Russ Har- vey, Perry Sweth, Rod Michaelis, Jim LaMont and Ted Barnes won their matches• Thursday night the visiting North Thurston Rams edged out the Climbers 25-17 giving the lo- cal ms]men their second loss of the season. West 29, Shelton 19 103--Bob Cole (WB) ded• John Cockran 8-2. 112--Ray Akamine (WB) dec. Ralph Noll 4-0. 120 Daron Taylor (S) dec. George Converse 10-5• 127 Rick Barger (WB) pinned Joe Snyder. 133--Paul Brown (S) pinned Tom Eaton. 138 Tom Lowe (S) dec. Tom Higee 5-1. 145 Geral Rodgers IS) dec. Tim Smith 3-2. 154--Charles Leuthe (WB) pin- ned Mike Lambert. 165 Lee Erickson (WB) dec. Jim LaMont. 175-Steve Gunkel (WB) pin- ned Ted Barnes. Unlimited Bruce Crawford (S) pinned Jim Jones. Shelton 24, Vashon 0 120 Roy Gripp IS) pinned Roy Hammond. 127---Russ Harvey (S) dec. Terry Casey 11-4 137 Perry Swett (S/ dec. Dan- ny Barnes 7-0. 175--Rod Michaelis IS) pinned Doug Siger. 183--Jim Lamont iS} dec. Pete Bruchs 12-4. 220 Ted Barnes iS) pinned SteVe Saul North Thurston"25, Shelton 17 103--Wayne Campbell (NT) won by forfeit• 112 Ralph Null IS) dec. Floyd Rowland 8-2. 120 Mani Wilson (NT) dec. I)aron Taylor 8-2. 127 Mike Zittel (NT) dec. Joe Snyder 3-0. 133 Paul Brown IS) dec. Alex Wright 6-0. 138 Tom Lowe IS) dec. Mike Irish t-0. 145 Dick Perry tNT) dec. Geral Rodgers 5-4. 154---Bill Taylor (NT) dec. Mike Lambert 6-2. 165 Jim Lamont IS) dec. Jim Shelton 4-0. 175--Don Spencer (NT) dec. Rod Michaelis 14-4. 191 John Little (NT) pinned Ted Barnes. Unlimited--Bruce Crawford IS) pinned Emmett Koontz. Final Weekend For ,Bowling Tournament As the final weekend of the annual Men's City Bowling Assoc- iation tournament looms ahead these are the leaders the late- shifters will be trying to displace Saturday and Sunday at Shelton Recreation alleys: Doubles Jack Mays and Bob Newell 1268, Chuck Griggs and Ken Smith 1255, Jim Latimer and Corky Dickinson 1241. Singles Roy Kimball 670, Min Okano 658, and Ade Kopperman 651. All Events Bert Demers 1874, Wayne Clary 1862 and Run Freeman 1850. Highest games bowled so far in the doubles and singles are Joe Simpson 246. Bert Demers 243. Allie Robinson 240, Min Ok- and 223, Chuck White's 613 is the top scratch series. Association secretary Glen Ro- bertson announced the following time changes for the final week- end shifts: Saturday  3 p.m. moves to 2 p.m., 5:30 moves to 5:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m. unchanged. Sunday -- 12:30 p.m. starts at 11 a.m., 3:00 p.m. starts at 2:00 p.m., 5:30 pro. moves to 5:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m unchanged BOWLERS Jack Stewart's Pro Shop Now Located at New Westside Lanes in Olympia New and re-drilled bowling balls, King Louie bowling shirts, precision bowling ball drilling  plugging fitting PHONE 943-3882 Little Giimbers Split Pair Of League Gontests The Shelton Little Climber bas- ketball team split a pair of league Shelton Idle Friday, At South Saturday contests as they were on the shot! end of 67-37 score against East CLIRERS CAN TAKE THIRD Bremerton and they nipped the Central Kitsap 43-41 in the other contest. ISPOT BY WINNING LAST 3 The Knights led in all quarters ! by scores of 22-13. 45-22, 57-36, and 67-37 for the win. Dan Johnston led the Knights' scoring with ten garners while Shelton's Denny Bailey got six counters. Saturday night the Little Clim- bers had to come from behind to win over the Central Kitsap Cou- gars. The Cougars led througout the first three periods by margins of 12-8, 25-17, 34-32 but the victors held the Cougars to only seven )oints while picking up the win. Denny Bailey and Mike Brickert took Shelton honors with 14 and 11 points respectively. SHELTON 43 CENTRAL 41 Richards 0 f Ruble 0 i Kadoun 9 f Segerman 5 Barnes 7 c Smith 8 Bailey 14 g Ungren 0 Brickert 11 g Murphy 12 Shelton subs: Anderson 2, Carte 0, "Villines 0, McNeil 0. Central subs: Thompson 0, Colby 10, Col- lier 2. ]SHELTON 87 EAST 67 Kadoun 5 f \\;¥inderl 5 Richards 4 f Kennedy 2 Bailey 6 c Johnston 10 Brickert 3 g Gibson 4 Bazaars 1 g Strachen 2 Shelton subs: Carte 0, Villines 3, Fredson 0, Wilson 4, Wyatt 4, McNeil 13. East subs: Slate 4, Hem W 0, Fisher 6, Busby 4, Berte- aux 2, Me 0, Huguenin 2. The Shelton cagers stayed in contention for the playoff berth, splitting two league games losing OIYMI)IC AA IACA(;UE \\;¥ L pf pa West Bremerlon 10 0 613 418 East Bremerton 9 1 575 414 Port Angeles 4 5 433 457 Central Kitsap 4 5 423 471 SHELTON 3 6 394 460 South Kitsap" 3 6 349 381 North Kitsap 0 10 439 577 Last Week East 66, Shelton 43 West 45, South 30 Port Angeles 60, North 54 Shelton 52, Central 45 Bainbridge 55, Central 53 (nl) This Friday West at East Port Angele at Central Seqmm at South tnll Port Townsend at North tnl) This Saturday Shelton at South Central at Sequim (nl) Favorable factors for the High Climbers show up in the crystal ball when sperts soothsayers start probing the possibilities of the 4- team struggle for the Olympic league's tbird play-of berth. To get that spot all to them- selves the Climbers first nmst win their three remaining games against South, North and Port Angel?s while Central and Port Angeles must lose two and South one. The Climbers can dispose of one of these pretenders this Saturday night when they tackle South at Port Orchard, no easy task by any reckoning. I,asl Week Port Townsend 70, North Mason 45 Sequim 64, Forks 54 Bainbridge 55, Central 53 (nl) This Friday Bainbridge at Forks Sequin] at South Kitsap Port Townsend at North K!tsap • This Saturday Central Kitsap at Sequim Forks at Quilcene Next Thursday North Mason at Sequim Bulldogs Facing Final Ghance For First Loop Win Next Thursday BELFAIR----North Mason's Bull- dogs get one last chance to see what victory feels like against an Olympic league class A foe when they traipse off to Sequim next Thursday• In this, their first, season in the league the Bulldogs know noticing but defeat from brother confer- enee members. in They acquired No. 7 in the string North Mason's spanking new gym Friday night, a 70-45 thrash- ng at the hands of high-riding ?or] Townsend. It was no contest from the word go, the ,visiting Redskins war-hooping to a 24-10 first quarter lead and never letting up. The Bulldogs played them even Blazers Lose in Epoch H.H. BULLDOGS: LOSE CONTESTS On Harbor, 7th, 8th GradersT00.keLong End TO PT. TOWNSENI), CHIMACUM By Dennis Shelly The Bulldogs' Saturday game The Shelton ninth grade bas-: ketball Lean] absorbed a sheltack-[ ing last Thm'sday when Miller trounced them 67-35 at Aberdeen. Miller was never headed by the Blazers and led at the breaks by margins of 14-4, 33-12, 54-26 and 67-35 Miller canned a specta- cular 50.3 percent of their shots as they hit 27-51 while the Blaz- ers netted 40 percent bucketing 14-35 shots. Steve Looney led the Blazers in scoring with 12 points as Scott Swisher got nine garners. Shelton 35 Miller 67 Swisher 9 White 11 Looney 12 Failor 14 B• Johnson 2 Vv'ood 4 M. Johnson 8 Wilson 16 Winn 4 D. Melhoff 6 Blazer subs: Olsen. M'iller subs: Dominoski 4, En- kerud, Hancock 4, Bond 2, Pet- erson 2, B. Melhoff 2, Hoonan 0• Kamilche Leads Men's Basketball Standings The Kamilche Cougars contin- ued their undefeated status with a pair of wins over Arcadia Road and Lower Skokomish by margins of 86-50 and 66-50 respectively• Last Wednesday night at the Kamilche gymnasimn the Cougars easily handled the Arcadia Road as they led throughout the game I by margins of 22-8, 34-20, 66-30 arid 86-50 at the intermissions. Last weekend the Bulldogs gave two of their better performances yet were unable to claim either contest as a NM victory. Their Olympic League game with Port Townsend merely aided the Red- stdns in their quest of the Class A title. The Friday night battle between the Bulldogs and the Redskins was an anticipated victory for the Redskins. The previous meeting oi the two teams saw Pm't Townsend defeat the Bulldogs by a margin of 40 points. After the opening quarter, the Redskins already held a decisive lead and were quite confident to- ward their nearing victory. The bottom, ranking Bulldogs matched the Redskins' scoring through most of the second and third quar- ters, but again were outscored in the final period. Game honors went to Rich Brooling with 18 and the nearest Bulldog conten- ders Mike Stevenson and Doug Miller each scored 11 points. Pt. Townsend 70 N. Mason 45 Brooling 18 f Stevenson II Delaney 7 f D. Miller 11 Robichaux 3 c Crosswhite 7 Edwards 9 g Caskey 0 Buckman 6 g Shelly 2 Subs: Townsend --- Deleo 4 Copps 17, Pentland 6. N.M.G. Miller 8, Whitman 6. Bixenmann Spooner, Spanier, Shellgren. The junior varsity also lost to the Redskins, 62-42. Roy and Troy Veest led the t '. ..... n_. I.=_= Cougars in the" scoring depart.- I olmpzofl OOWlln{ ment as they garnered 26 andl -- • u . u 34 points resieetively while Steve • I/ournamenI 00laleu Demiero and Tony Woldridge can- 1 .... • .......  .......... o^. • ned 20and 14 for the losers I xne mpo. nLetatc uW- ..... ing Tournament will be held at Saturday afternoon the Coug- the Gateway Lanes .in Portland ars played host to the Lower Sko- again this year, the weekend or: komish team and wrapped up March 30-3:[. Entries must be in was with the Chimacunl Cowboys. This pitted two schools of about equal size and rank against each other in what proved to be a very exciting game. Both teams' scores were quite even until the final qnarter, which either makes or breaks the Bull- dogs and in this case it broke their chance of victmy right in two and the Cowboys romped 'to the lead. The last half of the fin- al period the Cowboys literally "sat" on the ball while pocketing an 11-point lead and the victory. Game honors went to NM!s Mike Stevenson with 14 points• His closest contender was NelsOn of the Cowboys who hffd 13 points. The B squad also lost their game, 25-32. Chimacum 51 N. Mason 40 Postma 8 f Stevenson: 14 Nordberg 2 f D. Miller 12 Snyder 10 c Crosswhite 8 Nelson 13 g Casky 0 Shold 3 g Shelly i Subs: Chimacum -- Westgaard 2. O,Donnell 4 Nason 2, \\;verner 6, Morgan 1. N I'L - .... G. Miller' 5, Bixenmann, Whitman, Shellgren, Spooner, Spanier. North Mason 7 11 12 10-40 Chinmcum 10 9 16 16 -51 North Mason 10 14 10 11--45 Pt. Townsend 24 14 13 19----70 The Bulldogs' last game of the season will come Thursday, Feb. 21, when the Sequim Wolves host the North Masoi] Bulldogs. NEW BLUE OX OPEN 6:45 FRI. SAT. - ONLY THE HUNTER...THE HUNTED! Friday night to East Bremerton 66-43 and edging the Central Kit- sap Cougars 52-45. The Climbers trekked to Bremer- ton Friday night in hopes of up- setting the Knights but their hopes were to no avail as they were de- feated handily. East led after every intermission by margins of 17-13, 34-25, 51-32, and 66-43. Mike Holen led all scorers with 17 Knight points While Bill Smith, Senior forward, led the Climbers with 12. Central Kitsap were g'uests at Shelton where the Cougars were upset by the Climbers. Although the Cougars led after the first two quarters by scores of 16-12 and 28-25 Climbers managed to keep the margin to only three points after the third period 37-34. The Climbers poured in 18 garners in a 52-45 final Bob Walker and Central's Bur- roughs were the top scorers with 12 counters each while Jim Good- paster, had ten points. SHELTON 52 CENTRAL 45 Walker 12 f Borroughs 12 Goodpaster 10 f Turner 10 Smith 8 c Campana 10 Anderson 5 g Conn 6 Powell 10 g Huff 6 Shelton subs: Orr 7, Olson, Jeffery, Briekert. Central subs: Colby, Gor- don, Williams, Story. SHELTON 43 EAST 66 Walker 8 f Holen 17 Carte 3 f Tienhaara 12 Goodpaster 6 c Fry 11 Powell 10 g Beach 2 Anderson 2 g Tracy 10 Shelton Subs: Smith 12• Olson 2. East subs: Garrison 4, Morrison 4, Campbell 4• Richardson 2. RECREATION LEAGUE W L Ritner's ............................ 17 7 8helton Recreation ....... 15 9 Lemke's .......................... 13 , 10 ]/fi Olsen's Furn ................. 13 11 Rainier . ........................... 13 11 Lucky Lager ............... 13 11 Northwest Ever ......... 9 15 Olympia Beer ............... 3V 20 High game Alice Crossing. 200 High series Donna Coleman, 487. INDUSTRIAL LEA(IUE V L Pantorium ..................... 21 3 L. M ................................ 17 7 Clary Trucking ............ 15 9 Canteen ............................ 14 10 Shelton Motors ............ ii ].2 30th Century 9z., Coles Mobil .................... 7Ve 16V2 Morgan Transfer ........ 1 23 High games -- Carl 223, Ray Rice. 221 Downing, High series Bean Daniels, 579 Port Angeles and Central face almost certain losses in their re- mainig" clashes with the run-away one-two pace-setters, East and West, respectively, to take care of one half of the requirements to eliminate the Riders and the Cou- gars. Port Angels could, and likely would, dispose of the other half of the Central threat when the two meet this Friday at Silverdale, and then Shelton could take Port An- geles out of the picture in the season finale here in Shelton gym March 1. Any deviation from this formula would complicate the picture. If Central shoulci whip Pm-t Angeles aud South the Cougars would tie Shelton for the third rung with 6- 6 rewards. South is the darkhorse in the pic- ture .Not having to play either Bremvrton rival again, the Wolves can come in with a 6-6 record by winning their three remaining games from Shelton. Central and North. in the process knocking Shelton and Central out to either take outright or tie for third with Port Angeles The Riders would have to beat Shelton and Central to do this. These predictions are predicated on the assumption that n either Bre- merton school is going to lose to or North win from any of the four third-rung aspirants. North plays both South and Shelton Now. what do the Climbers face to take care of their end of the bargain? Two of the teams the Climbers have beaten -- North and South--but in both cases this was on Shelton's home grounds. Neither could be termed an easy vein. and both came when the Climbers were somewhat better equipped in manpower than they are now. The assignments of repetition this time on enemy ground, is vastly rougher. Port Angeles beat Shelton in a thriller by two points in the Rider gym, again when the Climbers were stronger than now. Then. too, the Riders have been improving since mid-season. It's no easy row the Climbers have to hoe if they're to make it into the play-offs. The big game this week sends unbeaten West to East Friday night. East's only league loss has been to West. 56-39. The Highclimbers are not sche- duled this Friday night. OLYMPIC LEAGUE (A) W L pf pa Port Townsend 6 2 411 321 Sequim 5 2 391 312 Bainbridge 4 3 310 290 Forks 3 4 335 334 North Mason 0 7 245 444 American League ALL STARS  SPONSORED BY I ' " " I 00Goaches Assoclahon .... Adults - $2..00 ...................... ] in the second period for a 14-14 stand off but in the second half the Redskins asserted their domi- nance again and were going away at the finish. Even as high as the score was only two Redskins scored in doub- le figures, Rech Brooling with 19 an d Mike Copps with 17. The Bulldogs at least matched this with two of their players in double digits ....... Doug Miller and Mike Stevenson with eleven each. The lineffps : TOWNSEND 70 N. MASON 45 Brooling 19 f Stevenson 11 Delany 7  D. Miller 11 Edwards 9 e Sheligren Baekrnan 6 g Caskey Capps 17 g Shilly 2 Subs: P. T. Pentland 6. DeLed 4, Robecheau 3, Nutsford. Holliday, LaDue. Scharon. Castellano. N. M. their third consecutive win by a 66-50 count. After a 14-12 first period lead, the Cougars went on a rampage as they canned 26 counters through the hoop taking a commanding 40-20 easily tak- ing the contest from there. Roy West again led the Cougars with 22 points while Troy and Denny Wagner assisted him with 14 points apiece. Ron Peterson led Skokomish. W L PS PA Kamilche .............. 3 0 210 140 Lower Skok ......... 0 1 50 66 Shelton ................. 0 1 40 58 Arcadia Road ...... 0 1 50 86 Journal Want Ads Pay by March 10. To be eligible to bowl in this tournament you must be a Simp- son employee, a member of the immediate fanrily, or bowl in a Simpson sponsored leagne or team• Anyone wishing an entry appli- cation call Glen RuDer]son at 426-3528. SIMPSON MEN'S LEAGUE W L Engineers ........................... 15 9 Mill No. 1 .......................... 14 10 Shops .................................. 14 ]0 Railroad ............................. 14 i0 Loggers .............................. ]4 10 Mill No. 2 .......................... 13 11 Loaders .............................. 6 18 I.P.B .................................. 6 18 High game- Stan Ahlquist 233. High series----Stan Ahlqnist 58:1. DiSmEY0000 .... G. Miller 8. Crosswhite 7. Whit- - ............................................................................................................................. man 6, Spanier. Buxenmann. Spoo- neF. Score I)y Quarters P. Townsend 24 :[4 13 19---70 N. Mason 10 14 10 11--:45 B TEAM GAME " Port Townsend 62, North Masou 42. Two-thirds of a loaf is better than none by a long way but the Blazers didn't get the third they most wanled in their basketball tripleheader with Miller in Aber- deen Thursday. After winning the 7th grade game, 25-22. and the 8th grade game. 32-27. the Blazers varsity found itself overwhehned in the main event, 67-35. For iller this was a school re- cord for showing in one game. It was not lack of offense that beat the Blazers for their 35 points total was enough to win most junior high games. Eight grader Steve Looney contributed an even dozen of the Blazer points and for one of the few times this season stole the high point role from Scott Swisher. who had nine. This Friday the Blazer go to meet Jefferson• The lineups MILLER 67 SHELTON 35 Failor 16 f Winn 4 Wood 4 f Looney 12 White 11 c Swisher 9 Wilson 16 g M. Johnson S D. Mehlhoff 6 g B. Johnson 2 Subs: Miller---Honcock 4. Domi- noski 4. Bond 2, B. Mehlhoff 2. Peterson 2. Shelton - Olson. MAJOR APPLIANCE REPAIRS Due to popular demand from our many satisfied custo- mers on freezer and refrigerator sales and service, both commercial and domestic, we have employed ... MR. CLARENCE JAGNOW (formerly with L.M. Service Dept.) to head up our newly formed Service Department for all makes of Washers, Dryers, R a n g e s, Hot Water Tanks, etc. LEM WARREN REFRIGERATION SALES -- 127 S. 2nd St.  SERVICE GIBSON REFRIGERATORS, • SPEED QUEEN LAUNDRY FREEZERS AND RANGES EQUIPMENT TAPPAN RANGES • CHRYSLER HEAT PUMPS "It's The Service After the Sale That Counts'" You can tell this '63 on sight--even at night.' Those over-and-under head//ghts do more than set a Pont/ac apart--they a/rn better. Another way to spot a Pont/ac i by its driver. /fie's a happy one indeed. So w/// you be, when you check your dea/er. W|e-¢ Pnt|¢ HURRY ON DOWN TO WIDE.TRACK TOWN SHELTON MOTOR GOMPANY 233 S. First St. Shelton