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4 , . Church Loop Tied In it .'as A Good Effort But Those Foul Shots Were Foul Little Climbers End 4-w. x.o, LIHBERS LOSE FINALE BY 46-42 SQUEEZE s.so. ,. 4,h spo, . . ...... St. Edwards Defeat LEA00I'. A* once after th.t, at 30-30, on a 00,00:AST S,I00RPS.OOTERS After Loss To GMmps CHI'R(tI BASKETBALl. tFinal) W L pf pa pair of foul conver'sions by John LEAI) LEAGISE SCORING OLYMPIC B SQUADS -- W L 1 East Bremerton 11 1 687 5J8 Anderson, another senior, bat East Bremerton's co-champions . o W L pf pa Baptist 2 ................................ 5 \\;Vest Bremerton 11 1 747 513 right after that a field goal and picked off the l.op two spots in the Port Angeles .... 12 0 5,}7 478 IA)WF0D GOES T0  STATE Methodist .............................. 5 1 Port Anceles .... 6 6 578 580 that string of foul shots put tile ()lympic league's individual scof St. Edwards Catholic ...... 5 1 Central Iitsap .. 5 7 527 613 Roughriders in command, ing statistics with Jim Tienhaara East Bremerton 10 2 612 469 West Bremerton 8 4 585 491 Baptist 1 .............................. 5 1 South Kitsap .... 5 7 474 495 THIe CIAMBERS fought back leading at 158 points and /viike STIELTON .......... 5 7 506 569 Mt View Alliance .............. 2 4 Shelton ................ 3 9 521 608  Holen in second at 153. to within one point at 38-37 when St. David's Episcopal ........ I 5 North Kitsap 1 11 535 667 Smith and Powell hit field goals Fifteen players topped 100 Soutl Kitsap .... 4 8 389 462 North Kitsap .__ 2 10 416 512 Mr. Olive Lutheran ........... 1 5 Latter Day Saints .............. 0 6 londay's Results Baptist 2 34. Catholic 32. Baptist 1 72. Mt. Oliw 42, Mt, View 33, L.D.S. 27. Methodist 71, Episcopal 43. Next Monday Mt. View Gym- -Baptist 1 vs. Bap- tist 2. 7:30: Methodists vs. Catho- lic. 8:30. Lincoln gym---Episcopal vs. Mt. View Alliance. 7:30; Mt. Olive Lutheran vs. L.D.S.. 8:30. --,eh___ :g["@;[ein distincti(mthe senior in High- !t,c state :_ "is ilistory as the first .l_hig h sehoof w'estler to He Pllya ,i-  stale mat meet. f F llil ,tals Weekend to wind lid in h career' eaci C] ande  in olle Perl'eJl, l'enoll ,- when t I !!J"*gRgEZ.y burn i , season. CFa\\; trict triet week FRi K )u N viste: tburb [ High  Hih Page 5 Sunday is the gold clasp that binds together the volume of the ,,,,reek. by t:anglhlg with the top-ranking prep ileavyweight nlatmen in the He won his trip last weekend at Puyalhlp 1)5' pinning Ed Johnson (f Fife in West Central district competition, clinching fourth place in his division. Four entries in eacia weight class go to state. Crawford decisioned Bill Alex- ander of Lake Washiugton, 9-7, match, but lost to Leo Perrenoun of Auburn. 8-6. Per- renoun had been the only rival 1) defeat Crawford during the regular season, winning by a fall When Mark Burnett fired home when the Highelimbers vimted Au- a 20-foot field goal in the dying burn in the final match of the seconds Monday night, he not only Cr'awford had qualified for the district meet by winning the sub- district heavyweight championship a week earlier at Bremerton. FRIDAY MIXED LEAGUE Hep Katz ............................ 53 27 You Name It ...................... 48 32 Twisters .............................. 33 47 Suburbanites ...................... 27 53 games--Betty Thompson 160. Lionel Leman 194. series Betty Thompson and Verna Johanson each 447 Loy Hicks 518. Dairq Queen FOR THE SEASON! JOHNNY brought the Baptist No. 2 team a stunning 34-32 upset of the hitherto unbeaten St. Edwards Catholic entry but he also threw the city church basketball league into a four-team snarl as it en- ters the final games of the regu- lar schedu]e next Monday. By coincidence, the four dead- locked leaders will be paired off against each other in Monday's finales, so a two-team stalemate for the top rung and a champion- ship playoff becomes a certainty. The two Baptist entries are paired in one game while the Methodists take on the Catholics in the other. Both games are scheduled in the Mr. View grade school gym. Though Burnett was the hero with his victory-snatching goal, Tim Schnitzer led the victors scor- ing with 12 points, followed by Fred Lamont with ten. Steve John- son tallied ten for St. Edwards. Mr. View Alliance grabbed a tight 33-27 verdict from Latter Day Saints behind Jerry Oakes' 15 point contribution. Tim Sheedy was high for LDS with nine. The night's other two games were lopsided seorefests as Baptist No. 1 slamrhed Mt. Olive Lutheran 74-42 and Methodists buried St. David's Episcopal 71-43. Jim La- mont hit 25. Jerry Donahoe 13 and Mike Hulbert 13 for Baptist 1 to offset Jim Sells 23 and Rich Mac- key's 13 for Mt. Olive. Dave Mil- denberger and Ton] \\;Vingard had 16 and 14 for the Methodists but were outseored by St. David's Glen Hubbard, who had 19. Vacuum insulated "hot and cold" HOUSEWIVES LEAGITE Jim Pauley, Inc ............ 24 12 Bali's Food Center ........ 23 13 Hood Canal Marina .... 22 14: Angle Agency ................ 18 18 Edward's Salon ........... 13,, 22/$ Shelton Union Service ..12 24 Shelton Marine Supply 11 25 High game--Edith Levett 197. High series Edith Levett 482. Split picks--Mary Ann Winn, Ellen Rebman each 5-7, Fluff Watson 4-10. Edith Levett 5-8-10. Fiilal'"Galnes Port Angeles 46. Shelton 42. \\;Vest 63. Central 35. South 44 North 39. If defeat can have varying de- grees of bitterness, its taste is less nauseating for the Shelton Highclimbers in the knowledge they went under while putting forth a good effort against Port Angeles in the seasou finale Fri- day night. The Roughriders. fighting for a playoff berth, found all they could handle before subduing a in the first minute and a half of the fourth quarter and stayed within three points at 40-37. 42-39, and 44-41 lat 2:38). but the ball just wouldn't drop for them at the critical moments. Four straight missed foul shots with the score at 42-39 hurt badly. But the Climbers played good ball basically and what beat them in the end was the outside shool- ing of the Roughriders' backcourt men. Dave Denny and Dan Pea- cock, who betweeen them collected 28 points. The Climber defense was stout and sturdy and the luckless, won't-say-quit Highclimb- Riders didn't get nmch from close er squad which had nothing at in. stake, gIIILE THE FOUR departing But for a consistent nemesis seniors---Goodpaster, Smith, An- all season, foul-shooting, the Climbers might have captured the decision. They made only ten of 22 chances at the free throw line while Port Angeles capitalized on 18 of 28 opportunities. IT WAS A STRING of six con- secutive free throws during a 61 second span late in the third quar- ter which became the turning point of the game, raising a 32- 30 Roughrider lead to 38-30. The Climbers held the upper hand throughout the first half, 15- 10 at the quarter and 24-22 at the long irKermission, as sophomore Larry Powell pumped in eleven points and shared with Jim Good- paster and Bill Smith. a paw of' farewelling seniors, in a yoeman rebounding job. Port Angeles-quickly grabbed the lead as the second half opened, scmfing six straight points to go ahead, 28-24 The Climbers tied it demon and Mike Carte - said farewell with fine perormances and starting calls, it was their sophomore starting teammate. Powell, who hogged the big glory. Besides hitting for 19 points to top both teams, he bagged 14 rebounds and played well in all respects. The Climbers outshot the Riders from the floor, 16 to 49 against 14 of 48. P.A. 46 SHELTON 42 Peterson 5 f Smith 5 Pearman 5 f Anderson 8 Shamp, 6 c Goodpster 6 Orsborn g Carte 1 Denny 15 g Powell 19 Subs: P.A,--Peacock 13. Johrm- ton 2, Williams, Shelton Orr 2, %Valker 1. Score by Quarters Shelton ............ 15 9 9 9--42 P.A ................... 10 12 14 8---46 THERMO MUGS Hoop Shoot LGhampion To Be Determined Next Tuesday Night Mason County's 1963 Hoop Shoot champion will be ,determined next Tuesday night in Shelton gymnasium when the two best free throw experts in each of the county and city schools will vie for the coveted trip to the state mee in Seattle. Competition will start at 7:30 under the supervision of Jack Swanson. principal of Bordeaux grade school, and under sponsor- ship of the Shelton Kiwanis Club, which provides a placque to the OUTDOORS HARSTINE LONE AREA WITH ANGLING ACTION Fishing action concentrated in the salt-chuck around Harstine Island for the most part this past week. There the Kings and blackmouth were hungry. They were all small. in the 5-1b. and under class. S. E: Farrell limited, Dick Gla- set picked up a pair as did Verle Schreiber. Dr. Bill Schumacher, Joe Gatchell and Mel Roberts one apiece in the same general area off the north end. Gatchell and Roberts tried Win- dy Point Monday and each picked up a 4-pounder while Torn Nelson winner and expenses to the state boated the week's top weight catch meet, scheduled for March 16. dur,- at 8-1bs. off Steamboat Island. ing the state high school Class AA basketball tournament at the Uni- versity of Washington pavilion. Boys who will not yet have reached [heir 15th birthdays by March 16 are eligible to enter the Hood Canal l{arina 4 fKathie county meet. with the Mason Niles 4681. Evergreen Florists 0 County ehampmn going directly to Pat Noreen 373, ; Bali's Food 3 the state meet. School principals (Margie Stairs 459), Shelton Un- should notify Swanson by next ion Service 1 (Midge Hash 444 Monday who the two entries from Shelton Marine Supply 2 (Sylvia their schools will be. Fonzo 4201. Angle Agency 2 (Rose A new champmn will be crowned Gish 442): Jim Pauley, Inc. 2 I E1- for Mason County this year be- lch Rebman 4571. Edward's Salon cause Shelton's Tommy Fredson, 2 iEdith Levett 482). repeat champion of the past two years, has passed that 15th mile- stone which eliminates him from further competition. At least four challengers who gave him a close argument for the county title last year are expected to be back this year to make a lively battle for the coveted honor. Filled With Darigold Cottage Cheese RECREATION LEAGUE %V L Shelton Recreation ...... 23 13 Rainier Beer .................. 21 15 Lemke's Service ............ 20% 15 / Ritner's Pink Ladies .... 20 16 Olsen Furniture ............ 19 17 Lucky Lager Beer ........ 18 18 Northwest Evergreen 16 20 Olympia Beer ................ 7'/2 28 High games--Memory Smith 204, Donna Coleman 201, Mary Anderson 200. High series--Memory Smith 533, Split picks--Jan Hoff. Memory Smith both 5-7. Alice Long- acre 5-8-10. Mary Crossan 5- 7-8, Jess Perry 5-10. Dick Johnson was the only'knk:" let" reporting success m Hood Ca- nal. where he boated an 8-1bs. King off Union Sunday. The week's only steelhead cat- ches were reported by Archie Young, who claimed a nice 9- pounder from the Skokomish Tues- day after taking an 8-2 from the Goldsborough last Wednesday. 238 STARTS LEADS MARK TO 608 SUM INDUSTRIAI, LEAGUE W L Pantorium Cleaners ...... 28 8 Clary Trucking .............. 24   11 / Lumbermen's Mere ..... 24 12 Canteen .......................... 21 15 Shelton Motors .............. 17 ..f 18. 20th Cent. Thristway .... 13%, 22 Cole's Mobil Service .... 11/ 24/ Morgan Transfer .......... 4 32 High game--Mark Fredson 238. High series--Mark Fredson 608. Mark Fredson fortified his 238 openinng game with just enough props to sneak over the 600 mark in men's Industrial leagle bowl- ing play last week. His 177 and 199 finishers gave him a 608 and led the circuit-pacing Pantorium Cleaners to a 3-1 victory over Can- teen I John Hulet 536). In other matches: Clary Truck- ing 4 (Cal Moran 544). Cole's Mo- bil Service 0 t Jack ? 500; Mot'- can Transfer 3 Walt Rae 495t, Shelton Motors I (Jack Mays 507); 20th Century 3 (.Ray RiCe 568) ; L.M. 1 (Bob Miller 551). SEASON *NECESSITY packaged in useful, lovely 10-oz. MUGS which you can use to keep hot drinks hot and s cold longer. regular $1.25 value ! Now available t your store or at your door through SAP. MASON DAIRY 3rd & Grove Phone 4264473 Youngest Kegler Tops Hot Bowlers AHLQUIST HITS 657 SERIES 1MEN'S CITY LEAGUE \\;V L Beckwith Jewelry ........ 17 10 t0 & 8 .............................. 17 10 Wilson Company ............ 14#,, 12 Simpson Timber .......... 14 13 Shaub Ellison .................. 14 13 Frisken Oil .................... 121. 14 Rishel Logging Co ......... 12 15 Lumbennen's Mere ..... 7 20 t-tigh games--Stan Ahlquist 246 and 234. High series----Stan Ahlquist 657. Clarence Jagnow 612. Only a tenth frame split in his second game and a large fall-off in his final game kept Stan Ahl- quibt, youngest pinman in the men's city bowling league, from hanging up a "700 series Monday night at Shelton Recreation. Youthful Stan opened with a 246 and followed with a 234 which could have been a tremendous count for that infernal final split, then skidded to 177 as he accumu- lated 657 pins, leading Shaub Elli- son in the process to a shutout vic- tory over Rishel Logging (Neal Demeree 552 i, Stan's stunt over-shadowed an- other fine feat. Clarence Jagnow's 612 series q 214-206-192 which steered Beckwith Jewelry to a 2-1 triumph ove Wilson Company (Dan Wilson 549). 40 & 8 (Gale Albrecht 578) climbed'onto the top rung .witlIll .jewelea's with a 8-0 :win oveY L.M. (Aub tlock- berger 528). and Frisken Oil (Ade IKopperman 536 edged Simpson Timber (Keith Simpson 522) 2-1. Altogether, city pinmen collared 14 games over 200 in Monday night's play. AHLQUIST'S 249 BASE FOR HOT 633 SERIES SIMPSON MEN'S LEAGUE W Engineers ............................ 25 11 Mill 2 .................................... 22 14 Railroad .............................. 22 14 Mill 1 .................................. 21 15 Loggers ................................ 18 18 Shops .................................... 20 Loaders ................................ 13 23 Insulating Board ................ 7 29 High games--Stan Ahlquist 249, Harold Hubert 224, High series--Stan Ahlquist 633, Stan Ahlquist tucked his 249 middle game between 190 and 194 blankets for a cozy 633 series in the Simpson men's bowling league last week to pace a.red-hot Rail- road quintet to a 3001 team series and a 1047 opening game. Aub Blockberger chipped in with 598 assistance as the Railroaders roared to a one-sided 4-0 victory over Shops (Roy Anderson 538). In other matches: Mill 2 4 (El- don Todd 552). Insulating Board 0 (Les Spilseth 515); Engin:ers 3 (Glen Robertson 561), Mill 1 1 (Ted Blair 516) ; Loaders 3 Harold Hubert 535), Loggers 1 (Norm Castle 517). points with every team having at least two except South ' Kitsap, which had only one. Shelton's wo were Larry Powell at 120 and Bill Smith at 102. Those with over 100 points (plus all Shelton squad memberst are: G. Pts. Avg. Tienhaara E ............. 12 Holen E ................... 12 Burrough CK ........ 12 Dicks W .................... 12 Denny PA ................ 12 Powell S .................... 12 Shamp PA ................ 12 Shedwin W .............. I2 Piercy SK ................... Tracy E .................... 12 Williams NK ........... 12 Kritensen NK ........ 12 Roberts NK .............. 12 Smith S ................ 12 Goodlmster S ............ 11 Ca, rte S ........................ 10 Sloan S ........................ 5 Walker S .................... 12 Anderson S ................ 12 Orr S .......................... 12 Olson S ...................... 1I Briekert S .................. 10 Jefferu S .................... 10 158 13.2 153 12.8 148 12.3 130 10.8 129 10.7 120 10.0 120 10.0 115 9.6 112 9.3 109 9.1 104 8.7 104 8.7 104 8.7 102 8.5 8@ 7.3 47 4.7 45 9.0 45 3.8 35 2.9 26 2.2 18 1.7 6 0.6 4 0.4 Blazers Bow Before Huskies; Final Game Today.A! Hoquiam JUNIOR HIGH I.EAGUE YV L pf pa Miller .................... 12 0 510 332 Washington ........ 8 4 400 339 Jefferson .............. 6 5 372 400 Centralia .............. 5 5 395 335 Hoquiam .............. 4 6 294 329 SHELTON ........ 2 9 330 476 Hopkins .............. 1 10 296 380 Last Week Hopkins 44 Shelton 38 Miller 44. Hoquiam 35 Washington 39, Jefferson 23 Games Today Shelton at Hoquiam Centralia at Hopkins Hopkins Huskies rode to their first victory of the junmr high basketball season over the Shelton Blazers, 44-38, in Sielton gym Fri- day afternoon and reversed the tables on the Blazers in so doing'. Earlier the Huskies had been one of the only two reruns the Blazers had been able to beat this season. Today the Blazers face the other one. at'Hoquiam, in the seaaon finale. Hopkins took-the lead from the oAttset and never let go despite a -point production on the part of Scott Swisher of the Blazers, The Blazers 8th graders gained revenge for one of their tw de- feats this year ,they'd already avenged the other by tromping on the Hopkins 8th graders, 37-20. chiefly as the resttlt of furious third quarter in which a smother- ing full-court pros was instru- mental in accumui31Ping a fantastic 18 points tin 6 minutes of play). This followed a complete blank in the second quarter during which the Blazers saw their 9-4 first quarter lead melt into a 10-9 half- time deficit. The victory gave the 8th graders a 9-2 record for the season with one to go. The lineups: VARSITY GAME HOPKINS 44 SHELTON 38 Richardson 12 f Looney 3 Acker 5 f B. Johnson 1 Larson 13 c Swisher 23 Morgan 8 g Winn 9 :Erickson 4 g Fredson Subs: Hopkins - - Prentice 2. Ja- cobs. Shelton M. Johnson 2, O1- son. Score by QuaXters Hopkins 10 14 0 10---44 Shelton 6 12 6 14-.--38 8th GRADE GAMiE SHELTON 37 HOPKINS 20 Clayton 13 f Narrance 1 B. Masteller 2 f Childers 10 Purvis c Walker Olson 7 g l'isher Knautz 0 g Holm Subs: Shelton -- Joslin 2, -rnl- strong 2, Hildebrandt 2. Carper 2, Duekham 2. R. Marshall, T. Mar- shall, Wilson, K. Masteller. Score hy Quarters Shelton 9 0 18 10---37 Hopkins 4 6 2 820 Central Kitsap __ 1 11 448 561 Final Games Port Angeles 65. Shelton 53. South 46. North 36 West 36. Central 26. After gaining a 19-10 first quart- er lead. the unbeaten Port Ange- les B squad fended off continual Shelton assaults for u final 65-53 victory in Friday night's prelimin- ary game. The Little Climbers scrapped back to reduce the margin to minimal proportions several times during th game but the Ranagers ahvays had the necessary punch to pull away again. Terry Kadoun had his big night of the season with 20 points and three teammates--Dennis Bailey, Jim Anderson and Floyd Barnes--- all added ten. The Little Climbers wound up in fourth place in the final B team standings. Friday's lineups: P. A. 65 SHELTON 53 Patterson 15 f Kadoun 20 Ruddell 1 f Richards 1 Bond 10 c Barnes 10 Lovell 11 g Bailey 10 Berg g Anderson 10 Subs: P. A, --- Green 10, Free- man 6, Bell 4, Speaker 3, Peanan ' B " ' o, ennett 2. Shelton--- Vflhnes 2. Clary, Carte Score by Qtmrters Shelton 10 17 10 16--,53 P.A. 19 16 12, 18--.65 Less then normal precipitation. meaSonal temperatures days in id 50s, coo nights, high 20s to low 30s. You'll Be Comfortable ' with Shell Modern Heat GOTT OIL GO,. BAYSHORE ROAD 426-3322 i i You'll antqhis great album. Rear the great recording sta rendering such popular classics as: * That Old Black Magic--Les E]gart Blues in The Night---Eilccn Farrell Chcrry Pink & Apple Blossom White BiIIy Buuerfield Grcensleeves---Norman Luboff Yellow Bird Srothers Four Deep Purple--Lione! Hamptou Blue Moon--Tony Bennett Honeysuckle Rose--Louis Armstrong * Green Leaves of Sumner --Tiomkia & Chorus Beautiful Brown Eyes--Rosemary CIooaey. This is a full-fidelity 33) rpm Columbia Record Color has os much mood-- tone and excitement as beeutlt,a| musl. Spectro- matic paint colors are so lovely, uo rich, they make it eosy to create breathtak- beauty in n room. LAWTON 420 SOUTH FIRST ST. LUMBER PHONE 426-4303 BOY SCOUT i,i y - GOODWILL GOOD , TURN DAY BAG DRIVE ON SATURDAY, MARCH 9  A ScoUt will leave a bag at your door. Please fill it with discards and he will pick it up on SATURDAY, MARCH 16th. Discarded clothing and small Household articles collected by the Boy Scouts of Mason County will be turned over to the Goodwill Industries to help give employment to handicapped workers. Tumwater Area Boy Scout Council (This space donated as a public service by Simpson Timber Co.)