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JIMMY JOHNSEN WON the long jump in Wednesday's competition of the SHS Interclass meet with a leap of 18'21/z''. Seniors led by half a point after one day of Shelton High School's lnterclass meet. After Tuesday's competition it was seniors 19Vz, juniors 19 and sophomores 51/2. This is the first time this year that the trackmen have used blocks for starting. It is a meet in which participants have to wear longjohns or sweats. Junior Rob Settle ran a 16.6 in the 120 yard high hurdles to win that race. It was the first time ~~~~~~m~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~H~~H~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SHS Track ;chedule Fri., March 26 Aberdeen Here Fri., April 2 N. Thurston There Tues. April 13 Centralia Here Fri., April ! 6 Olympia There Fri., April 23 Chehalis Here Tues., April 27 Timberline There Fri., April 30 Hoquiam Here Sat. May 1 Shelton Invitational Fri. May 7 Tumwater There Sat. May 15 Sub-District Olympia Sat. May 22 District Chehalis Fri., Sat., May 28-29 State U. Wash. Time of Meets - 3:30 Field Events Head Coach: Bill Brickert Ass't Coach: Walt Clayton t~~~m~~|~~m~~~~~u~uMu~Huu~~|~~~H~|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~ By HERB WILLIAMS SMOKED dogfish report: Last week 1 mentioned that I was smoking some dogfish as an experiment, on the strength of what an old angler once told me. It wasn't bad, although honestly, it was a little on the bland side with not much flavor. To give it the toughest test possible, I merely soaked it in salt water before putting it in the smoker. It had a bit of a sharpness to it. I'm going to give it another try, this time using one of the recipes which call for something like soaking the fish in a solution containing some vinegar for a while before smoking. Some recipes call for brown sugar and herbs or spices in the pre-smoking solution. I had a batch of salmon and some mackerel in the same, Kamilche Grange Hall Every First & Third Music by the Tune Toppers smoker and salmon is hard tO beat. It seems that it was made for smoking. When I served the three kinds to company, one man said he liked the mackerel best. A really pleasant surprise was the texture and taste of the fresh smelt I had in the smoker too. Smelt aren't one of my favorite seafoods, but smoking transformed them. They inproved greatly, and to my taste, were great. I'd be interested in hearing from anyone who has his own pet ways of smoking fish or game. n at Every Saturday at 9:30 p.m. at the 633 S. 1st Please Phone 426-8452 tor Reservation_s ___~. this season that the hurdlers have raced with a whole flight of hurdles. Settle's time was only one tenth of a second off his best time last season. Senior Rocky Nutt was second in the high hurdles at 16.9. Randy Endicott, junior, was clocked at 18.5 and Rick Yates ran the distance for his first time ever in 19.4. Senior Paul Rogerson won the IOO in 10,9: Seniors Chris Elmlund and sophomore Tom Noreen tied for second at 11.1. Soph. Tom Boggs took fourth at 11.2. Returning junior letterman Jim Johnsen failed to place at 11.3. Rich James ran the mile in 4:51.7 to nab first for the juniors. Junior teammate Mike Hays was second at 5:20.8 for fourth place. second at 5:00.5, just missing a sub-five minute mile. Mark Grubb was third for the seniors at 5:18.3 and Bill Madison ran the mile for the first time in 5:20.8 for fourth place. Randy Wiltman won the javelin for the seniors on his last heave. He tossed the spear 137'9". Junior Chuck Hamstreet led until the last round with a 135'4" toss and he placed second. Charlie Beerbower took third for the seniors with a 125 foot throw and first year man Clay Keith was fourth for the juniors at 121'5". Results were not available at this writing for Wednesday's events, which included the 880 relay, the 440, 180 low hurdles, discus, high jump, long jump and triple jump. Today, Thursday, is the last day of the meet with the 880, 220, two mile, mile relay and shot on tap. Events are held on Loop Field. The Climbers' first Black Hills League meet is Friday, March 26 with Aberdeen on Loop Field. THERE IS no expedient to which a man will not go to avoid the real labor of thinking. Thomas Alva Edison Who's Braggin ? We happen to KNOW where you can have a brand new, NO AT 3rd & Grove ',Where Your Windshield is Guaranteed Not to Leak,, Page 10- Shelton-Mason County Journal- Thursday, March 18, 1971 Tryouts Continue For Kids Little League try-outs will continue through Saturday March 20. Schedule: Thursday March 1 8, 5 p.m. to dark l0 year olds only (Mt. View School) Saturday March 20, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., 10 and 11 year olds only (Mt. View School) On Sunday March 21 the Major League will hold its draft. Those boys drafted will be notified no later than Monday March 22. The Major leagues will turn out the week of March 22-26. Coast League tryouts will be held Saturday March 27, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. for all 10, 11 and 12 year olds not assigned to a Major League team. This is the schedule weather Junior Rich Walker, last season's number one player, returns with two other letterwinners to lead Shelton High School's golf team. The linksmen have had only three turnouts in two weeks because of the weather and will have to get their game down fast because of a meet on Monday with Chehalis and Timberline in Lacey. Walker has already shot a 70 in practice. That 18-hole total would be a school record if it would have been an official meet. Walker and Bob Turner hold the record together, 71. Both shared the number one position on the team last season. Tim Fredson, a junior and senior Jerry Munro are the other lettermen back. Coach Andy Tuson said that these three players look like they will see action in Monday's meet. Others out for the squad are seniors Brad Brush, Steve Stockwell, Sheri Swayne, Kim Hartley and Charlie Gay, juniors Clyde Rains, Jim Kneeland, Dale Movius and Leon Bibbee and sophomores Joe Calo, Steve Sargeant, Drew Eken, Patti Hays and Randy Coots. All of the league meets this year are triangular. The first home match will be March 29 with Centralia and Olympia visiting the Bayshore course. ~~~~l~ll~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~l~~~ll~~~~ll~l~l~~llll~lllll~l~ll~~~~l~~lll~ll~l~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~ll~ permitting. If there is a postponement tune to KMASat SHS Golf :hedule Man., March 22 Man., March 29 Fri., April 2 Man. April 5 Man., April 12 Man., April 19 Man., April 26 Man., May 3 Man., May 10 Fri., May 14 Man., May 17 Tues., May 25 4:30 p.m. on weekdays and 1:00 p.m. on Saturdays. Locals Host Presidents Mason County Little League will host the District 2 league presidents' meeting, which will be held at the Hallmark Inn, March 217 at 11:30 a.m. After a no host luncheon, the' meeting will be called to order by District Administrator Art Mikelsen. The following will be in attendance: Vern Mick, Asst. District Administrator, Seattle; John Miller, District Treasurer, Belfair; James Brennan, District Umpire Consultant, Kirkland; Donald Mitchel, Asst. District Umpire Consultant; Larry Farrell, Safety Consultant; Joseph Preece, President, American league; Donald Katsel, President of Kirkland National League; Ted Corey, President of Mason County League; Samuel McKeel, President of North Kitsap League; Donald Brtmeau, President of Redmond League; L.T. Albertson, President of South Kitsap Eastern League; Joseph Wikoff Sr., Presidept of South Kitsap Western League~ Larry Aylward, President of West Ballard League. Items on the agenda will include progress reports from each league president. Also; new items of safety equipment for catchers will be discussed. Larry Aylward will discuss his trip to Williamsport, Pennsylvania where he attended the 1971 council of Presidents meeting on. January 30-31, 1971. The 1 lth International Congress of Little League Baseball, which will be held in Portland, Oregon April 3rd through April sixth 1971, will be discussed also. Mason County Little League Inc. will endeaver to keep the public informed on all aspects of league activities. Faculty Will Play Students Famous hoop names will scatter the roster in Thursday'~ Faculty-Seniors game to be held in Shelton Gym at 2 p.m. An admissi'on charge of 50 cents will be collected to support the Shelton Coaches' Association scholarships and other projects. Tippin' Ticen, Wonderful Wentz, Jumpin Johansson, "Reed" Willis, Gunner Gregg, Tiger Tuson, Elusive Ellis, AI "The Hoop" Hopp and Jarring Johnson will see action for the Faculty. Senior members of the basketball team will be the foes. Chehalis - Shelton at Timberline Centralia- Olympia at Shelton No. Thurston- Shelton at Tumwater Central Kitsap Shelton - Hoquiam Timberline - Chehalis Olympia - Shelton Shelton - Tumwater Hoquiam - Aberdeen Sub-District District Tournament State Tournament Coach: Andy Tuson There at Ab'erdeen at Shelton at Centralia at No. Thurston at Shelton at Elma at Everett ~~ll~~~ll~ll~llllll~l~~ll~ll~ll~~~l~~~~~lll~~l~~ll~l~~llll~~~l~~~~~l~ll~~l~~l~~~~~~l~l~~l~l~~~~~l~~ll~l~~~~~l~l~l~~~l~~lll Bybeating Episcopal 34-33 in a squeaker, Mt. Olive Lutheran ended the second half of church League play with a perfect 4-0 record. The game was the first of the weekly doub.leheaders at Lincoln Gym on Monday nights. Mt. Olive came into the game having already clinched first place in the league; the Episcopalians were in a three-way tie for third and last place. The underdogs were not to be denied. They played good defense and were down only 6-4 at the end of the first quarter. Both teams were cold and the contest stayed close until the half. The Episcopalians took a two point lead by the third periods end, but Mt. Olive surged in the final quarters to win by two. Bob Quimby of Episcopal was the game's leading scorer with 16. He was followed by Bill Gray with nine, Steve Stockwell four, and Jim Rogerson and Tom Evander two each. Rob Settle led the victors with 14 points. Elmer Herrel added seven, Chuck Wicken had five, Charlie Gay four and Mike Nutt and Cary Settle scored two each. Methodists tied for second and sent Catholics to a tie for last when they beat the Catholics 48-46 in another close thriller. The win gave the Methodists a share of second place with Faith Lutheran. The game was close all the way. At the end of a high scoring first half, Methodists held a slim 33-32 edge. The scoring slowed down in the second half but the Methodists kept the advantage to win. Jerry Johnsen of the Catholics and Lewis Dean and Mike Johnson of the victors shared high scoring honors with 16 each. Colonel Johnson had,,l.2, for tire ',Metbodists~ and ~Milce~ Hays, added four. Dave Stole scored 11 for the losers. Steve Dunn had ten more, Chris Pyle four, Paul Wittenberg three and Jim Hillier two. CHURCH LEAGUE STANDINGS (Final for second hal0 WL Mt. Olive 4 0 Faith Lutheran 2 2 Methodists 2 2 Episcopal 1 3 Catholics 1 3 // P/ Big Puget Sound runs of chinook, coho and Lake Washington sockeye salmon, a poor pink run and a marginal run of chums were forecast today by the Washington Department of Fisheries as the basis for its management of the 1971 commercial fishery. Regulations for commercial salmon fishing in Puget Sound and its tributaries will be proposed at a public hearing at 1 0:00 a.m. April 10 in the Olympic Room at Seattle Center, Fisheries Director Thor C. Tollefson said. The chinook catch is expected to top last year's, which was the best in 36 years. Coho catches should be good, though not up to last year's record haul. The Lake Washington sockeye run may exceed 750,000 fish, but the pink run may barely meet escapement needs, Tollefson said. A limited net fishery will be recommended in the Hood Canal salmon preserve north of Bangor to Crop surplus chinook returning to Hoodsport and George Adams hatcheries. Reduction of the commercial size limit for chinook will be proposed in Area 1 (San Juan Islands - Point Roberts) during August to permit harvesting a large crop of jacks. A six-day fishery for gillnets and a four-day fishery for purse seines will be proposed in Carr Inlet to crop surplus Minter Creek hatchery chinook and coho. Skagit River spring and summer chinook and Stillaguamish-Snohomish fall chinook are exceptions to the generally bright picture. To protect them, a closure of Skagit Bay and part of West Beach will be recommended prior to July 25, as'well as the Eastern portion of Admiralty Inlet (Everett Bay-Port the entire chinook run. To avoid Cedar River, more 1971 Lake run must be Tollefson said. Two to five days~," each week will be areas from Cape Point to harvest area between and Possession Bar closed during the to protect resident Provisions to salmon would mesh restrictions, of the Port Susan requirement that reef nets release all Regulatory to those adopted in proposed for churn Proposals for Indian fisheries Nisqually season fronl week to three during f run, and give the additional days. Other for the Nisc Squaxins and similar to 1970, East Pass would b~ season to allow escapement of fish. Other propo utilization of cards in making postponement of the, crab season to avoid d with coho fisher delaying the perch northern Carr Inlet salmon poaching. Comments made at the April be considered regulations are a.m. hearing on Olympia, Director ,llllllllllllllllllmllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmlllllllllllllllllll SHS II hedule Man., March 22 Wed., March 24 Wed., March 31 , Fri., April 2 Man., April 5 Tues., April 6 Man., April 12 Wed., April 14 Man., April 19 Wed., April 21 Man., April 26 . , Wed., April 28 Mon.,May 3 Wed., May 5 Man., May 10 Wed., May 12 Man., May 17 Wed., May 19 Man., May 24 Wed., May 26 Fri., May 28 Coach: Ran Ellis North Mason Hoquiam Aberdeen Centralia North Thurston South Kitsap Olympia Chehalis Timberline Hoquiam Tumwater ........... :t':" North Mason Aberdeen North Thurston Centralia Olympia Chehalis Timberline Hoquiam Tumwater Championship Game IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllmllllllllllllllllM HOODSPORT, Opening Marc 19 WASHINGTON 1971 Once again we would like to welcome friends and neighbors. Drive out to Scenic Lake Cushman and a delicious gourmet dinner. We cater to Private Parties & Clubs Fri. t HOUSEKEEPING GROCERIES FISHING TACKLE SOUVENIERS BOATS I I In Meet Your Friends in our for your favorite beverage! HAVE A SERVE TAKE OUT FOOD! ALICE ADAMS, MANAGER R 12 to