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JUNIOR RICH WALKER is shown chipping out of the rough on Bayshore's ninth hole. Walker shared the number one position on the Highclimber golf team last year and returns to lead the team. He is a co-holder of the school record, a score of 7] for ]8 holes. By CHARLES GAY Seventeen returning lettermen highlight this year's Shelton track squad. The cindermen started turnouts last week under the direction of coach Bill Brickert. Seniors Gary Burger, Chris Elmlund, Don Gardner, Mark Grubb, George Lemagie, Rocky Nutt, Paul Rogerson and Randy Wiltman and juniors Tracy Armstrong, Tom Brigham, Randy Endicott, Bill Gray, Mike Hays, Rich James, Jimmy Johnsen, Dave Martin and Rob Settle are the returning feltwinners. Senior Ken Smith is a returning letterman who is injured and will manage. Brickert lost only one major point-winner off last year's team, Randy "Springs" Lewis. Much of last year's outstanding talent is back. Last year's second leading point-winner, Robey Settle, holds the sophomore record in the high jump of 6'1". He will return with his flop method to try to break the school record of 6'2t/2" as a junior. Last year he went to the Invitational. Sprinter George Lemagie holds the junior record in the 440 yard dash. He returns this year to improve on his 51.6 quarter mile time. Settle is 1.6 seconds off the school record in the 120 high hurdles, but he holds the sophomore record in that, his second speciality Big Tom Brigham returns as a junior to better his 49 foot, four inch put of the shot of last season It was the sophomore record Rich James holds the soph record in the two mile at 10:32.1 and threatens that mark as one of the returnees. Rocky Nutt, a sophomore record holder in the triple jump, is now a senior who high jumps, hurdles and triple jumps. He went to the Invitational last year in the high jump. Senior Gary Burger returns in the 880 and may go to the Invitational as he did last year. The cindermen have had mainly cross country type workouts for the past week because of the weather Monday, they did their first pace work. Brickert said that several boys looked good. He stated that the Climbers will be strong in the middle distances. Forty-one hopefuls are turning out in preparation for the interclass meet next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, March 16, 1 7 and 18. This year's schedule is not final, although eight dual meets have been scheduled to this date. Entering the Black Hills League, Shelton will meet some tough opponents. The Highclimbers will try to improve orse repare Head Coach Ron Ellis welcomed back seven returning lettermen and a host of other promising talent when his Shelton Highclimber diamondmen started turnouts last week. Ellis said that the team will be basically young, but that he will also have experience in some positions. Seniors Kevin Dorcy, Jim Densley, Mike Johnson and Robert Redman and juniors Neal White, Mike Nutt and Elmer Herrel are the returning vats. The Climbers will have experience in the infield where they have returning men at catcher, second and third base ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SIMPSON SWING SHIFT Men's Hi Game: Bob Nielson 213. Men's Hi Series: Bob Nielson 540. Standings: Hemlockers 27442, Swingers 27364, Dry Shed 27160, Veneer 26977. Swingers 1783, Bob Nielson 540; Dry Shed 1806, Don Waggoner Jr. 428; Veneer 1689, Tony Musgrove 465; Hemlockers 1734, Mel McGee & Dave Wood 522. HOUSEWIVES Women's Hi Game: Mary Lou Wicken 214. Women's Hi Series: Betty Dean 553. Standings: Deans Gun Shop 31-137 The Old Mill 27-17: Witcraft Trucking 23-217 WSP. Academy 20-24; B&R Oil 20-24; Springwater Tavern 20-24; Hood SIMPSON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Linda Tibbits 208. Women's Hi Series: Linda Tibbits 576. Standings: Loaders 25-157 Loggers 25-16; Shops 19-217 Railroad 12-28. Railroad 1, Joy Waldrop 473; Loggers 3, Linda Tibbits 576; Loaders 4, Clara Erickson 494; Shops 0, Lois Albrecht 503. FRATERNAL Men's Hi Game: Lee Schuffenhauer 235. Men's Hi Series: L.C. Leman 629. Jerry Bloomfield 605. Standings: Lions Club 25-117 Kiwanis 25-117 Western Auto 221/v131/2; Moose Antlers 21-157 Eagles 19-177 Nimrod 19-177 Rotary 16-207 Moose H~ads MEN'S COMMERCIAL Men's Hi Game: Don Brown 223. Men's Hi Series: Stan Ahlquist 616. Standings: A. Roy Dunn Ins. 27-13; Airport Grocery 26-147 Zieglers Camera 25-15; Shelton Mobil 24-167 Dan's Nite Hawks 22-18; Verne's Clams 21z/2-18]/2; Morgan Transfer 21Vv18V2; Gott Oil 20Vz-19V2; Shelton Food 191/z-20]/z; Shelton Trailers 12-287 Wolden Chevron 12-287 B&R Oil 9-31. Wolden Chevron 0, Gene Benedict 520; Verne's Clams 4, Corky Dickenson 566; B&R Oil 0, Bert Hoard 551; Shelton Mobil 4, Stan Ahlquist 616; Shelton Trailer 1, Dan Densley 540; A. Roy Dunn Ins. 3, Don Brown 563; Zieglers Camera 1V2, Lee Sch,,ffenhauer 547; Morgan on a 4-3 win-loss record from last season. The first league meet will be on March 26 against Aberdeen. Trackmen out that are not returning tettermen are Wayne Alexander, Steve Baze, Charles Beerbower, John Boggs, Paul Dwyer, Rick Endicott, Dave Frank, Joe Grinnell, Chuck Keith, Dave Knauf, Bill Madison, George Noreen, Brad Oling, Cary Settle, Randy White, Rick YateS Zeller. ere egnn urno pener and shortstop. The coach, now in, his second year as head man and fourth year in the program, talked about his squad during a turnout Tuesday "We'll have good speed, fair hitting, good defense and weak pitching." In the pitching department, however, there could be some surprises. A few pitchers who hurled in junior high are out for the team. Terry Knight and Ray Krumpols, a duo who threw several no-hitters last season in junior high, will see some action on the mound. As far as veteran pitchers, Kevin Dorcy is the only one who has seen high school varsity action. He pitched as a sophomore The team also has some talent from Hood Canal, talent that Ellis thinks will help. He listed Centralia, Aberdeen, North Thurston and Hoquiam as the Black Hills League powers Last year, the Climbers played five assistant, Gene getting the players opener with March 22. North the headache of hurler, Mike Hagen. for the season, the play a Red and game on March 15 March 19. Shelton has scheduled thus far like the limit of 26. Mt. Olive first place in the Church League by defeating 52-39 in Lincoln games with Black Hills League opponents and won four of them. Because of the team's speed, it will do a lot of swinging, bunting and running. Ellis and his In the first half League, Mt. fourth place behind Methodists and three games of the the Lutherans three of those record. Rob Settle hit points in the Olive into a lead The eventual at the end of the The ten point halftime and by end, Faith had 35-29. Mt. Olive Canal Marina 19-25; Manke & 16-20; Bull Moose 15-21; Transfer 2q2, Bob Lanman 539; opponents 1 Sons 16-28. American Legion 14Vz-21Vz; Fuller Airport Grocery 1V2, Joe Jess mp In D i Springwater Tavern 3, Lois Const. 13-23; Shelton Hardware Anderson 485; Shelton Food 2Vz, ,,: quarter to sew the Beckman 480; Deans Gun Shop 1,10-26. Jack Howard 504; Gott Oil 4, ~ Elmer Herrel Betty Dean 553; Hood Canal Eagles 3, L.C. Leman 629; LC. Leman 542; Dane Nite ~ with 19 points. ~I' Marina 1, Vera Bishop 425; Lions Club 1, Bert Hoard 519; Hawks O, Gerry Hart 561. ~ ~ by Rob Settle wl ~lilVin ev~entu~al !in~ner!!ainOta nend)y~qllmll I 1 Ii~;. .... W.SP. Academy 3 Nelda Flint American Legion 4, Jay SIMPSON WOMEN'S ~~ .' fourNUtt with ten. C~and Chuck 461; Manke & S()ns 3, Sally Umphenour 484; Fuller Const. 0,Women's Hi Game: Helen Rice Gra.am 477; The O,d M., 1 ,one rost 574, Moo Ant,ere 4 210 Visser 441; Witcraft Trucking 3, L oyd Clark 5791 Moose Heads 0, Women's Hi Series: Jean Ream three to the Mt. 0 ' Mary Lou Wicken 504; B&ROil 1 'Jack Nolan 451; Bull Moose 3, 524. Clyde Rains n lrhe Standings: Accounting the Faith tea~ Jess Mobil and I'(T Rayonier, " " .' , " i 'ght with a close 105-103 victory Gladys Nelson 446. Lee Schuffenhauer 598; Rotary 1, Ed Cole 573; Western Auto 3, 21V2-10ak; Olympic 20V2-11Vz; contributed nine, two of the top teams in Shelton's control throughout the game andover Bipport Dodge. The locals HOUSEWIVES Gene Benedict 569; Shelton Lumber 19-13; Purchasing 16-167---e ~ scored six, Dave 1 City League. both won led at the half 64-46. Scorersfor held a narrow 57-56 lead at the Women's ,~ Ga~e Donna Hardware 1, Frank W,,ar~ 576; Log,ere 16167 Research 15-177 Klnlllllerl consolation round games last Jess were Landis 38, Donaldson half of the game that was in Coleman 231. Nimrod 4, Jerry Bloomfield 605; Engineering 12-20; I.B.P. 8-24. and Dave Myer had Women's Hi Series: Donna Kiwanis 0, Chuck Renecker 477. Accounting 2V2, Jane White week in the District 4 tournament 28, Schmidt 19, Spilseth 14, question until the final gun. Jim Coleman 552. GUYS & DOLLS 498; Olympic 1Vz, Virginia Fuller el Episcopals car~ inOlympia. Wyatt 4, Westlund 3 and WalkerGetchman put in an 18-foot Standings: Deans Gun Shop 447; Lumber 3, Jean Ream 524; I~llmlm~,a~ I first win of the se~ Last Wednesday, Jess was 3. Landis and Donaldson hit jumper with three seconds left on 30-10; Old Mill 26-14; Witcroft Men s Hi Game: Jess Tobler 215. Loggers 1, Norene Stevens 425; I--Iqklln ~ I half's tri-champs, I11 dumped by YMCA in overtime, many shots from the outside tothe clock to give ITT the win. TruckingHood Cana120"20;MarinaB&R18-227Oil W.S.p.19"21; . Women'sMen's Hi Series:Hi Game:JeSSMuggsTblerogden548" PurchasingEngineering3,1,DarleneLucilleWilSOnchapman484; Shelton's Jim Kimmerly was a c'~mebackla~, jal~ 108-105. For the winners, Dahl control the game. Bipport came back with a shotas Academy 17-23; Springwater 463. , 453; Research 4, Syble Ristine placed sixteenth at the state t:pzscopanans w Women s Hi Series: Betty 450; I.B.P. 0, Helena Redman swimming meet in the 50 ygrd 51-40.. accumulated 45 points. Jess' ITT followed on Monday the gun went off, but it was noTavern 17-237 Manke & Sons Johnston 174. scoring went as follows: good. 13-27. 487. , 13o "~" uim b Dgnaldson 29, Schmidt 24, The losers had the high scorer, Hood Canal Marina 2, Ben Standings: Morgan Transfer MERCHANTS freestyle last weekend with a time 15 b t2 Y ctq Landis 23, Walker 13, Spilseth 8, || ~rp~ur~,, mb~ Nielson, with 46. Jorg was ITT's Brandt 462; B&R Oil 2, Donna 21-11; Straf 19-13; Chantre s of 243 with 20 points. "" Westlund 4 and Andrews 4. Ibm., III ~'I~B~11~, leading man with 21. Miller added ColemanBarb Hansen552; 4137MankeDeans & SOnSGun2, 18-14 718Vv13V~;BullheadsTri's 18-14-17.1,5.O&YSLeft 203,Men s Hi Game: Tom Longacre The state meet, held at the and Jim Rogerso~; ITT was taken by Telecable Ill'tll II 18, Mallory 17, Kimberling 16, Shop 2. Sally 'Pearce 467; Overs 17-15; 4 of Us 161~z.15Vz Mens Hi Series: Duane Wilson University of Washington, Bill Gray had ~ IIb-95. The losers' scoring was as Will I~egIrl Elledgell,?etchman8, Ewart6, Witcraft Truckina 1. Marqe Fireballs 15-17; Woodchucks 543. e" follows: Mallory 24, Ewart 16, ~amer o and Anrma z. Witcraft 503; Springwater "lavern 14-18; Misfitz 12-20; Make Uns N.B.StandingS:of MC 22-10;Prepp'ST.c.F 20-16;22"10; therequired50 a freestyle.24"0 qualifyingKimmerlytime in teaRgerSnme ~atnoncs ~.'mad_ .~it Getchman 14, Kimberling l l, mrlL-~ ~Wl~a~a~lLr Jess and 1TT played Tuesday AcademyJ' Lois Beckman0,Barbara436;BakerW'S'P'380; 9-23.Woodchucks 4, Tom Tinker~ Boon's 19~/2-12V2; Certified 16-167 qualified in a meet with Paul Wittenbez~l T~m 3 eight, Steve Du Miller 10, Jorg 8, Elledge 5 and IIIl~ ~ ~1~ night in another loser s bracket The Old Mill 4, Corky Dorn 430.454; Make Ups 0, Bill Brown 497; B. Kimbel s 15-17; White's 14-187 " berline with a time of 2 .8 " .. Mis Fitz 0, L.C. Leman 505; Left Thriftway ~ ;-21; Trail Blazer's seco..a~ Jerry Johnsen s~x, Antilla 3. At the half, the contest Lnttle .... League regmtrahon xs game.w The winner of that~ wrltmcntest LADLES THURSDAY TRIO Overs 4, Muggs Ogden 463; 10Vv21zk;,Renecker's 10-22. .u~. - tv was a tossup with Telecable one . _ " ......... as not known at th's ' " g' Woh~en's Hi Game: Millie NelsonBullheads 2 Chantrels 2 Tori, 1 Boon s 0, T. OIson 481; Kimmerl led the Highclimberand Chris Pyl over and try outs wm oegln mls will la ' " "' point ahead. A late third quarter ,. , The victor of that game " P Y 188. Prepp's 4, J Dunn 53/, rq R of swimming t~am this year withe Cathohcs were It;:' me nail,DH[ baturaay surge put Telecable in front by .~ ~, . . . again Wednesday night. Women's Hi Series: Lucille Jess Tobler 548; Morgan Transfer 3, Bob Lanman 537; Straf, 9 M.C 4, D. Wilson 543; (:~,t~hed total of 160 noints. He was _re " c roared back to tn,, umy tlaose noys WhO played e ame nearly ,0 points and they , . . " " Only one City Leagu g t-armwald 507. Doug Shelton 519; O&J's 2 De~'-" 0, T. Longacre 537; T.C.F. /~ J. S 3 .... on a major League team last year met Standings: Frank e Barnes Perry 508; 4 of U , Ken Warren Stewart 538; White's O, C. Wh0te seventh in the 50 at distrz t and ..~ maintained the lead from that ' was,played this week. Jess picked up 8-10 split. Claw 489; Fireballs 1, Hal Redman 482; B. Kmbel's 4 R. Jacobson are exempt trom tryouts Boys ] t m point on. Outcourt shooting by " ." , Bob s Tavern on Sunday n'gh " Trucking 18-67 B. Fuller Custom 494. , ' 508; Renecker's 0 ' D. Renecker 477; Thriftway 1 G. Stite's 449; who played m the Coast League 4 57 Mallory and Getchman and a , " . Lincoln Gym and won, 7 - . Builder 17-7; Arnold & Smith Ins. WOME,N S COMMERCIAL Trail Blazer s 3, J.'McCoy 500. and m the Mmor league must rter 14-point second half effort by - " . Jumping to a 20-11 first qua 16-8; Balls Food Centerl5-9; Nye attend the try outs provided they 1 ure on Co. 11-13; Hardly Able Logg Women s Hi Game: Betty Den Ewart weren't enough to . cad, Jess kept the press 10-14; D Makoviney Const. 222. , n SHELTON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Sandy are m the 10 to ]2 age bracket was overcome the fastbreaking and led 35-26 by the half. It 10-14; Golden Pheasant 8-16; Women s Hi Series: Betty Dean & Colleen Yorke 512. Bernert,228. ecabl off Tryout schedule as follows e third Women s Hi Series: La Vonne Tel e nse. 53-39 by the end of th " Rolands Shel18-16; The Hut 7.17. Standin'g5: Certified Castle479. On Monday night, both Jess Sat. March 13; 2 p.m. to 5 quarter. The win gave Jess a tie Hardly Able Logg 3-1, Mary and ITT posted victories in thep.m. All 10, 11 and 12 year olds with Gott Oil for first place in Holden 471; The Hut 1-3, JackieManufacturingRadio & TV 65-35;63.37; Ogden,sKelly S Standings: NB. of M.C. Brown 405; Arnold & Smith Ins Furniture 58-42; EeIIs & Valley 20-12; Rainier 17-15; Hoodsport t ass o (Mt View School) loser s bracke . J t pped - " . league. 3-1, Millie Nelson 469; Rolands52-48; Gott's Oilerettes 50Vz-49qz; , Cafe 17-15; B&J Mart 16-16; Warehouse 109-97 in the opener. Mon. March 15; 5 p.m. to Landisled the victors with 19 Shell 1-3, Jackie Hill 367; Balls Ming Tree 49V2-501k; Timber BOWl Harpers 1 6-16; Shelton Rec Y ' Methodists dark 10 year olds only (Mt. View points, Donaldson added 18, F Odd Center 2-2, Tuey 491k-f0Vz; Brown Logging 15-17; Trail Blazers 14-18; Dairy thirty-eighth year for the state Epzscopa" 1 SCherZI). Schmidt had 13, Spilseth scoredSchumacher 454; Clary Trucking 47Vz-52V~; Fuller ConstructionQueen 13-19. splash. 2-2, Louise Clary 438; Golden 47Yz-52V2; Lumbermen s Rainier 1. Done Roberts 431; ~*=*, ~ IP= _ L__ ue March 16; 5 p.m. to dark nine, Walker made seven, Clinton B.PheasantFuller0"4CustomFrankieBuBarneSlder 408;4.0, 47Vz-521k; Jim Pauley s 47-53;B&J Mart 3, Betty Freeto 426; rltes orate II year olds only (Mt. View four, Andrews two and Wyatt two Dairy Queen 0, Mildred Daniels .o.ol): Lucille Farmwald 507; Nye Co. RichfieldTimberOilBow123-77.1,, AI Burfiend Castle 479. Hoodsport Cafe 1, " SChwed March 17 5 m to more. Katrel was the losers' high 468; NB. of M.C. 4, La Vonne ~,~--------=--,| ; P' scorer with 16. He was followed 4-0, Lee Elmlund 4017 D 450; Lumbermen s 3, Jackie Helen Spaulding 420; Trail t=ke ti-erkk I IUpt~ /U I I dark 12 year olds only (Mt. View by Jonkers with 11, Fluery with Makoviney Const 0-4, Darcy Eichhorn 484; Richfield Oil 1, Blazers 3, Sandy Bernert 473; School) en .,, . . t , McKay seven, SheUgren six, Mast 427. Brad Stites, nelton's Thur March 18 5 m to Betty Gray 386; Jim Pauley's 3, Shelton Rec. 3 Donna Coleman " " ; P. Anderson four and Bowman 12:30 WOMEN'S LEAGUE Jean Ashley 416; Eells & Valley461; Harpers 1' Bobble Barnett, sophomore representative to the dark 10"earoldsonl"(Mt View-- 4, Sharon Phiops 450; Brown Golf Course ~ y . mree. Women s Hi Game: Donna Logging 0, Pe~] Knutzen 423; GladysAdair41'l state wrestling tournament, c..h,~,~t~ "~' e .... 7_,: Women's Hi Series: Donna 507; Gott's Oilerettes 3, Charleen i ltoled elneinmtat]lhi~Sf :ridthYe .... "S;t~ March 20; 2 p.m. to5 gam~:eil~ b:n:che;rledemammg Coleman, Sharon Huisingh 175. Kelly s Furniture 1, Jean Ream Standings: C&L Time 24-12; Smith 447; Ming Tree 2, Frankie B a r n e s 4 3 4; C e r t ifi ed Annual 6reen Feel New Av Stites went to tournament inEight and 9 year olds won't W L Bob s Tavern 23-13; Shelton Glass Manufacturino 9 Colleen Yorke 14-22; Neils 11-25. 512;. Fulle; Construction 3, the 102-pound class with an tryout until Saturday April 3rd GottOil 8 3 C&L Time 1, Donna Coleman v0r.g0n0a Fuller 485; Ogden s March 1, 1971 to March 1, 1972 overall record of 15-4 He had-if there is a postponement of Jess Mobil '83 513; Bob's Tavern 3, Sharon Haato&TV 1, Betty dean 512. ~"~ 0110.11117 ~--! taken second place at district and tryouts due to the weather tune WCC 7 4 Huisingh 486; Shelton Glass 2, second m regionals prior to state, to KMAS at 4'30 p m on ITT Rayonier 4 6Virginia Dickinsen 417. He was 6-2 in league and 10-2 for weekdays and 1~00 p'm" on Bob's Tavern 0 11 the regular season ' " Ill our Saturdays. The local grappler was one of ----~- 16 of the best in the state in his IF lweretotrytoread, much l / J ONTE i (11111111111Family/I11dulleSu11110r19 weight class, in the first round on less answer, all the attacks made O..,^^;,41 Friday, he was pinned in the on me, this shop might as well be VVII IU~/OJ~UIOI. second period of his match, closed for any other business. ~',-- I ~E~RLOI !~$e~ h~~"~ /~ ~'r uuya These prices entitle you toplal/ Abraham Lincoln new 0 ...o_ ~ " Caesar ROmero_. l\I~ No Men', Day,, Ladle" ,* MEN'S HAIR | ery Saturday | Patrieia M~iin . "L--- a ,n |" ""J~x~J~ other restrictions! Ask' .l CFr e S STYLING at 9:30 p.m. rlTUDE 1 ROFFLERSTYLIST ~ I/~/ ~x~ OurWeek-Day An1 t! ISCULPTER'KUT ~r] S hurry 0n in. 0ffer is g00d 0nly |, | etthe | Z AO,, timl I| ~vo0 the Crowds. REGULAR HAIRCUTS ~ ~,i Berme Badey J .AZO. STYL,NG 011mtl Hwy. H. r Bow ,,,,. w;, A.,,,e..,,..,,,. 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