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ROB SETTLE CLEARED 6'2 1/8" in the Interclass high jump last week to come within half an inch of the school record. His junior team won the three day meet. Shelton meets Aberdeen in its opener this Friday on Loop Field. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~H~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~H~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ FRATERNAL SHELTON JUNIOR M e n ' s H i G a m e : L e e Men's Hi Game: Gene Lanmen Schuffenhauer 225. 207. Men's Hi Series: Ernie Dahlman Men's Hi Series: Terry Knight 585. 529. Standings: Lions Club 29-15; Women's Hi Game: Linda Dodge Kiwanis29-15; Moose Antlers 179. 27-17; Western Auto 25~/z-181h; Women's Hi Series: Linda Dodge Eagles 24-20; Moose Heads 21-23;445. Nimrod 21-23; Bull Moose 19-25; Standings: Bob's Shoe Tree Rotary 19-25; American Legion 30-1,0; Shelton J.C.'s 29-11; 181h-251/2; Fullers Const. 17-27; V.F.W. Post 1694 22z/z-171h; Shelton Hardware 14-30. Eagles 22-18; Joslin Ins. 19-21; Shelton Hardware 3, Dell Hembroff Agency 16-24; Merv's Abelein 542; Fullers Const. 1, Tire Cap 11V2-28Va; Timber Bowl Jack Frost 548; Western Auto 3, Phil Adams & Gene Benedict 502; Lions Club 1, Chuck White 523; Bull Moose 3, Lee Schuffenhauer 578; Nimrod I, Jerry Bloomfield 547; Moose Heads 4, Hank Warnes 524; Kiwanis 0, Harold Dalke 533; Moose Antlers 2, Ernie Dahlman 585; Eagles 2, Carl Hellman 520; Rotary 3, Jim Shrum 554; American Legion 1, Jim Archer 479. 10-30. Timber Bowl 0, Dave Stole 443; Hembroff 4, Terry Knight 529; Eagles 3, Mike Nolan 428; Bob's 1, Scott Manke 458; V.F.W. 3V2, Terry Dion 479; Merv's l/z, Gary Moore 401; J.C.'s 4, Arnold Warnes 514; Joslin 0, Don Gardner 419. HOUSEWIVES Women's Hi Game: Betty Dean 213. Women's Hi Series: Betty Dean 573. Juniors OU le Juniors came on strong in the last two days of the Shelton High School Interclass meet to win with 78 1/3 points. Seniors were second with 72 5/6 and sophomores a distant third with 17 5/6 points. There were several double Head Coach Rich Korte of Shelton Junior High's track team said that his squad this season would have several outstanding stars, but little depth. Korte, now in his second year as head coach, said the team is very enthusiastic and is looking forward to the new season. He and assistant Jack Marquett are getting the thinclads into shape WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL Women's Hi Game: Toni Hall Standings: Dean's Gun Shop for the Blazers' opener with Miller -r....~ ~"|1 35-17; The Old " Mill 31-22; m Aberdeen~on April 1. Academy 25-27; Springwater Tavern 23Vv28~/2; B&R Oil 23-29; Hood Canal Marina 21Vz-301h; Manke & Sons 20-32. Deans Gun Shop 4, Betty Dean 573; The Old Mill O, Iona Visser 516; Witcraft Trucking 3, Mary Lou Wicken 505; Hood Canal Marina 1, Shirley Frost 453; B&R Oil 3, Shirley Weaver 491; W.S.P. Academy 1, Warrene Graves 388; Springwater Tavern 1, Lois Beckman 469; Manke & Sons 3, Verna Kolowinski 472. SIMPSON SWING Men's Hi Game: Gary Kuhnanz 199. Men's Hi Series: Bob Nielson 528. Standings: Hemlockers 8642; Swingers 8570; Veneer 84~9; Dry Shed 8457. Veneer, Tony Musgrove 497; Dry Shed, Don Waggoner Jr. 330; Swingers, Bob Nielson 528; Hemlockers, Gary Kuhnanz 502. Sara Watkins 3-6-7 split. Standings: Certified Manufacturing 70-38; Ogden's Radio & TV 68-40; Kelly's Furniture 60-48; Fuller Construction 541h-53V2; Brown Logging 53Vv54Vz; Ming Tree 53V2-54V2; Eells & Valley 53-55; LADIES THURSDAY TRIO Women's Hi Game: Pat Swartos 189. Women's Hi Series: Louise Clary 486. Standings: Clary Trucking 24-8; B. Fuller Custom Builder 23-9; Balls Food Center 20-12; Arnold & Smith Ins. 19-13; D. Makoviney Const. 17-15; Nye Co. 13-19; Golden Pheasant 12-20; Hardly Able Logg 11-21; Rolands Shell 11-21; The Hut 10-22. Rolands Shell 3-1, Marcia Cook 456; Nye Co. 1-3, Lee Elmlund 442; Hardly Able Logg 1-3, Marl Holden 453; Clary Trucking 3-1, Louise Clary 486; Arnold & Smith Ins. 1-3, Pat Boad 431; B. Fuller Custom Builder 3-1, Lucille 411; D. Makoviney Const. 3-1, Barb Nolan 47~; Balls Food Center 1-3, Pat Swartos 445; The Hut 1-3, Betty LaMont 382; Golden Pheasant 3-1, Frankie Barnes 422. Lumbermen's 521/z-55Vz; Jim Pauley's 52-56; Timber Bowl 51Vz-56t/z; Gott's Oilerettes 51Vz-56Vz; Richfield Oil 28-80. Ogden's Radio & TV 1, Helen Ogden 450; Brown Logging 3, Peg Knutzen 454; Lumbermen's 3, Joyce Mork 424; Eells & Valley 1, Sue Hadden 401; Richfield Oil 4, Patti Sutten 402; Gott's Oilerettes 0, Charleen Smith 490; Fuller Construction 4, Diane Campbell 484; Timber Bowl 0, Linda Robertson 409; Certified Manufacturing 3, Ruth Boad 492; Kelly's Furniture 1, Toni Hall 5 1 3; Jim Pauley's 3, Bonnie Benedict & Jean Ashley 424; Ming Tree 1, Kathy Motherwell 473. GUYS & DOLLS Men's Hi Game: Bill Brown 235. Men's Hi Series: Bill Brown 573. Women's Hi Game: Helene Redman 210. Women's Hi Series: Helene Redman 57S. Standings: Straf 24-16; Tori's 23-17; Morgan Transfer 23-17; Chantrels 22Vz-17˝; 4 of Us 22˝-17˝; Left Overs 21-19; Bullheads 20-20; Fireballs 20-20; Woodchucks 20-20; O&J's 19-21; Misfitz 17-23; Make-Ups 12-28. Left Overs 1, AI Rasmussen 490; 4 of Us 3, Rosalie & Ron Warren 460; Woodchucks 3, Jim Williams 430; O&J's 1, Dean Perry 566; Fireballs 3, Helene Redman 575; Morgan Transfer ], Bob Lanman 521; Bullheads 3, Klaus Hoepfner 546; Straf 1, Leo Nault 488; Tori's 4, Ray Rice 556; Chantrels 1, Ken Wolden 470; Misfitz 1, Lionel Leman 511 ; Make-Ups 3, Bill Brown 573. MERCHANTS Men's Hi Game: Larry Skillman 216. Men's Hi Series: Jack Stewart 587. Standings: Prepp's 25-15; N.B. of M.C. 24-16; T.C.F. 24-16; Boon's 23%-16Vz; White's 19-21; Certified 18-22; B. Kimbel's 18-22; Trail Blazers 17Vv22V2; Thriftway 16-24; Renecker's 15-25. Prepp's 0, J. Dunn 478; Trail Blazers 4, J. McCoy 443; Certified 1, T. Longacre 508; White's 3, L. Skillman 579; N.B. of M.C. 1, J. Richards 539; T.C.F. 3, J. Stewart 587; Renecker's 2, C. Renecker 492; B. Kiml~l's 2, B. Bair 502; "Named as outstanding cindermen who will help the team were Charlie Earl in the hurdles, Steve and Marty Settle in the sprints and relays, Gary Nelson in the sprints and long jump, Bob Davis in the high jump and sprints, Lyle Oling and Ray Wiltman in the shot and discus. Paul Mortenson, a transfer, holds the Southwest Washington district record in the 440 yard dash and will also aid the squad. Ninth graders out for the team are Steve Settle, Steve Savage, Walt Jackson, Kevin Hopper, Vic Strickland, Scott Remsberg, Dave Bradley, Charlie Earl, Roland Starr, Rick Michalson, Keith Fuller, Mike Thomas, Gregg Dwyer, Dana Boelk, Steve Rice, Larry Shelton, Ken O'Dell, Mike Glaser, Vernon Waldburger, Lyle Oling, Arnold Warnes, and Steve Fox. Eighth graders are Mike Bariekman, Craig Jacobson, Miles Gordon, Joe Rae, Scott Barnard, Leonard Stolen, Virgil La Mont, Dave Fernandez, Gregg Grinnell, Alan Saegar, Gerald Lester, Don Berg, Dan Eveleth, Ron Freeman, Jeff Waldburger, Paul James, Larry Bradley, Manuel Waldburger, Paul Mortenson, Mike Baze, Bob Davis, Marty Settle, and Gary Nelson. Seventh graders turning out are John Reagan, Jay Zamzow, Chris Jackson, Mike Carrington, Rod LaClair, Mike Smith, Bruce Monger, Dave Molenger, Mike Beckwith, Dan Craig, Frank Clark, Matt Wilson, Clark Lehman, Randy Bostrom, Larry Baze, Dale Brewer, and Bret Remsberg. Korte said the Blazers will be shorthanded because of the relatively small number of boys out. There are three classes in junior high and there are actually three track meets going at one time. Korte said that you win in .junior high by having the most Winter Sp_eoiall Buyanew ® Boon's 1, H. Ranger 482; Thriftway 3, E. Labelle 520. ITT RAYONIER Men's Hi Game: Jerry Mallory 205. Men's Hi Series: Jerry Mallory 588. Women's Hi Game: Gerry Geist 210. Women's Hi Series: Gerry Geist 524. Standinqs: Waterbovs 36.16: Acetate Aces 34-18; Makeups 30-22; Letty's + I 29V2-22V2; Silva Foxes 24-28; Woodbirds 22-30; Maintenance 16Vv35Vz; Statics 16-36. Waterboys 2, John Denison 570; Acetate Aces 2, Dan Cormier 558; Silva Foxes 4, Chuck Smith 462; Woodbirds 0, Andy Anderson 491; Lefty's + 1 4, Jerry Mallory 588; Maintenance 0, Don Woods 483; Statics 2, Dan Wilson 561; Makeups 2, Bill Howard 486. Bernie's MEN'S HAIR STYLING ROFFLER STYLIST SCULPTER-KUT in In erclass * REGULAR HAIRCUTS * RAZOR STYLING Bernie Bailey * SHAMPOOING FOR APPOINTMENT CALL * SCISSOR CONTOURING 426-2072 l inners l ine 1618 OLYMPIC HWY., S. SHELTON, WASH. winners in the meet. Rob Settle, junior, put in two good performances. He won the high hurdles with a 16.6 clocking, which is a tenth of a second off his best last year. In the high jump, he went 6'2 1/8" for a personal best. That height is kids turn out. The Blazers have experienced this for the past several years. Each year they have about 100 to 120 boys turning out. They lave lost only one dual meet in the past 12 or 15 years. Here is the Blazer's schedule: April 1 at Miller April 15 HOQUIAM April 22 ELMA April 29 CENTRALIA May 6 at Hopkins May 13 Subdistrict (at Hoquiam) May 20 District (at Olympia) Home meets start at 3:00 p.m. Five Vets Are Back For Tennis Shelton's tennis team has five returning lettermen to help in its adventures in the new Black Hills League competition. The Climbers had their first match of the season with Montesano rained out last Monday. Returning vets are Bob Quimby and Jim Kimmerly, seniors, and juniors Jeff Okano, Jerry Johnsen and Jim Robinson. Quimby played number one last year as a junior and posted a 10-2 record in a tough Olympic League. Others out for starting nods are newcomers Rick Stevenson, senior, juniors Dave Kamin, Frank Anderson and Mike Connolly and sophs Tom Sagmiller and Tom Evander. The Climbers will have 14 dual meets this season, which includes matches with every Black Hills League opponent. Subdistrict is at Olympia on May 14-15 and district is at Mark Morris in Longview on May 21-22. The team plans to stay overnight at Friday Harbor when they make a trip to that port and recently practiced with the University of Seattle's tennis team. Last summer, they went to see NCAA Tennis Championships at Salt Lake City. Shelton's coach is A1 Hopp, now in his second year. He enjoyed a winning season last year and thinks his team should be a front runner in the new league. So hurry on in. Offer is g00d only while the supply lasts. Olympic Hwy. N. Hoodsport 877-9255 one-fourth of an inch short of ' 1 Jerry Westlund s schoo record set in 1965. Settle also ran on the juniors 880 relay team that lost by two tenths of a second. Senior Rocky Nutt won the low hurdles in 22.9 and the triple jump at 39'7". He also cleared 5'10" in the high jump for a second, and was second in the high hurdles. Junior distance man Rich James ran a 4:51.7 mile and finished the two mile in 10:35.9 for two firsts. James' time in the two mile was only four seconds off Stu Looney's school record time set in 1965. Junior Mike Hays finished second to James in both events. Tom Brigham helped the juniors' cause with two firsts in the discus and shot. He threw the discus 122 feet and the shot 44'8". Brigham was also second in the 440. Paul Rogerson, senior, ran in two winning relays and also took the 100 yard dash in 10.9. Teammate Chris Elmlund ran in the winning 880 relay and finished first in the 220 with a time of 24.0. Senior George Lemagie was on the two winning relay teams and was second in the low hurdles and 880. Four others were single winners. Jimmy Johnsen took the long jump for the juniors at 18'2˝". Randy Wiltman won the javelin with a toss of 137'9". His senior teammate Gary Burger ran a 2:07.9 in the 880 for a first. Tracy Armstrong won the 440 for the juniors with a 56.5. Here are the results of the meet: HH-Settle (J), Nutt (Se), Endicott (J), Yates (So); 16.6. 100-Rogerson (Se), Noreen (So) and Elmlund (Se) tied for second, Boggs (So); 10.9. Mile-James (J), Hays (J), Grubb (Se), Madison (so); 4:5 1.7. J avelin-Wiltman (se), Hamstreet (J), Beerbower (Se), Keith (J); 137'9". 880 Relay-seniors 1:42.5. 440-Armstrond (J), Brigham (J), Gardner (Se),, Himlie (J); 56.5. HJ-Settle (J), Nutt (Se), Huber (So), three tied for fourth; 6'2 1/8". LH-Nutt (Se), Lemagie (Se), Endicott (J), Rose (J); 22.9. TJ-Nutt (Se), Lewis (So), Settle (J), Endicott (J); 39'7". LJ-Johnsen (J), Rogerson (se), Noreen (So), Endicott (So), 18'2˝". Discus-Brigham (J), Medcalf (J), Gray (J), Burger (Se); 122'. 880-Burger (se), Gardner (se), James (J), Grubb (Se); 2:07.9. 220-Elmlund (Se), Gardner (Se), Noreen (So), Boggs (So); 24.0. Shot-Brigham (J), Gray (J), Knauf (Se), C. Settle (Se); 44'8". 2 Mile-James (J), Hays (J), Dwyer (So), Beerbower (Se); 10:35.9. Mile Relay-seniors; 3:47.9. IIII Shelton's Highclimber diamondmen grabbed their first win of the season by downing North Mason's Bulldogs in Belfair Monday, 12-4 in a one hitter. The first game of the season for Shelton saw the Climbers score eight runs in the top of the first inning to take a commanding lead. Shelton's pitchers, Mike Johnson and Ray Krumpols, combined for the one hitter. Johnson did not give up a hit or a run. Krumpols gave up one hit, a grand slam homer. Terry Knight walked to start the barrage in the first inning. Kevin Dorcy singled, Bill Bacon singled to drive Knight home, Mike Nutt walked and then Neal White drove Dorcy and Bacon in with another single. Jim Densley popped a single to grab an RBI, as Nutt scored. After Mike Johnson walked, Mark Johnson singled to score Densley and Johnson. Two outs followed before Doug Long singled to Score Mark Johnson. Shelton got two more runs in the second when Neal White led off with a single, Jim Densley walked, Mike Johnson walked and the latter two scored on errors. Dorcy singled to start the third inning and then Doug Long smashed a home run. The ball bounced twice and went over a back and Long outraced the ballchaser for the roundtripper. North Mason could not threaten until the fourth when Krumpols walked three batters and gave up a home run and the Bulldogs scored four runs. Mike Johnson, the Highclimbers' starting pitcher, had gone three innings without giving up a run, hit or walk. Mike Hagan, the Bulldogs' ace hurler, made his •appearance after it was a near hopeless cause for his team, 12-0. He did show his stuff to the Highclimbers, however. Hagan struck out seven in a row and walked one, retiring the sides in three innings without a hit. Neal White was three for three from the plate in the game to lead an 1 1-hit Highclimber performance. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Bowling News IlUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIilIIIlIIIIIII GUYS & DOLLS Men's Hi Game: Ken Wolden 257. Men's Hi Series: Ken Wolden 571. Women's Hi Game: Inez Jacobson & Betty Schimschat 188. Women's Hi Series: Mary Lou Nault 514. Standings: Straf 158, 23-13; IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Shelton ab rh bi Bunting Knight, T. 3 1 0 0 Dicksen Bacon, B. 1 0 1 1 Hagan Long, D. 3 2 2 3 Havens Nutt, M. 1 1 0 0 Daly White, N. 3 2 3 3 Shick Densley, J. 3 2 1 1 Elliot Redman, R. 1 0 1 0 Sande Johnson, Mike 1 1 0 0 Haughton Johnson, Mark 3 1 1 2 Ball Herrel, E. 1 0 0 2 Criss Johnson, Mark 1 0 0 0 North ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Seniors Kevin Dorcy and Bruce Cole pitched their White team to a 5-1 win over the Reds in the Shelton High School Intrasquad game last seek. The Whites scored three runs in the first inning and never trailed. Kevin Dorcy led off with a walk in the first and was followed by Doug Long and Bob Woods with singles, Mike Nutt with a fielder's choice and Bruce Cole with another single. Dorcy, Long and Woods scored. The Reds threatened in the first as Terry Knight led off with a single and advanced to third, r Rich Walker, Shelton's number one golfer, was medalist in a triangular meet with Chehalis and Timberline at the Capitol City course last Monday as the Climbers scored 42 points to 55 for Chehalis and 37 for Timberline. Tim Fredson, a junior, played number two for Shelton and had a 47 with eight points. Walker got 14 of the Climbers' 42 points. Jerry Munro had the second best round, a 42 with 13 points. Brad Brush played number four and had a 51 with four points and Joe' Colo had three points and a 53 in the number five position. karters Chantrels 205, 22Vv13V2; Morgan Transfer 164, 22-14; Left Overs . Host 202, 20-16; 4 of Us 185, 19Vz-16Vz; Tori's 127, 19-17; O&J's 184, 18-18; Bullheads 206, 17-19; Woodchucks 248, 17-19; Fireballs 172, 16-20; Misfitz 170, 16-20; Make Ups 199, 9-27. Chantrels 3, Ken Wolden 571; Fireballs 1, Ron Jacobson 500; Make-Ups 0, Lloyd Clark 524; Straf 4, Leo Nault 557; Tori's 1, Ray Rice 542; 4 of Us 3, Bruce Baker 504; O&J's 0, Dean Perry 487; Misfitz 4, Lionel Leman 491; Left-Overs 3, Bob Ogden 529; Morgan Transfer 1, Norman Schimschat 515; Bullheads I, Klaus Hoepfner 446; Woodchucks 3, Tom Tinker 409. MEN'S CITY Men's Hi Game: Jess Phillips 219. Men's Hi Series: Stan Ahlquist 571. Standings: Rainier Beer 24-12;.40 & 8 23-13; C&L Time Service 20V2-15V2; Naults Service 19-17; Jess's Mobil 18-18; Hidden Haven 15Vz-20V2; Simpson 14-22; Shelton Trailblazers 13-23. Rainier Beer 2, Mike Mills 524; Simpson 1, Sam Diggle 478; Jess's Mobil 2, Jess Phillips 566; C&L Time 1, Lloyd Murr 549; 40 & 8 2, Stan Ah!quist 571; Shelton Trailblazers 1, Ken Simons 522; Hidden Haven 3, Aub Blockberger 526; Nault's Service 0, Bob Nault 507. WOMEN'S CITY Women's Hi Game: Mary Lou Wicken 204. Women's Hi Series: Mary Lou Wicken 574. Standings: Lumbermens 28-12; Shelton Recreation 25-15; Morgans 19-21; Millos 8-32. W Lumbermens 3, Mary Lou icken 574; Morgans 1, Char Tobin 473; Shelton Recreation 3, Lois Albrecht 447; Millos 1, clara Erickson 490. Evergreen Go-kart club of Shelton and Kent Enduro Association will sponsor go-kart races this weekend, March 27-28 at Sanderson Field. Local-karters include Ed Johnson, Tom Johnson, John Knox, Mark Knox, Russell Krumpols, Rick Anderson, Bill Patterson and Dennis Phillips. Time trials will take place on Saturday from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Racing will be from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. The race attracts karters from Oregon, Washington, Idaho and British Columbia, Coast League try outs will be Saturday March 27, 2 to 5 p.m. at Mountain View. The Major leagues have had their draft and all boys have been notified. Those not notified will turn out Saturday. Minor league turnouts for 8 & 9 year olds will be Saturday April 3. 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