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4, 1963 len Track Today At Jags "n the A divi- POWer in the B sec- ss in the C class SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL =- 'Published in "Christmas(own, U.S.A.'", SheItn. Washington Blazers Open Diam0nd ] Cmb:00, Lowe, Waters DOuble Winners In Opener Sch.edule Monday With All Lefty Slab Staff Blazerbaseball xraps come off next lwonaay when Coach Jerry Knudson takes his Shelton junior higtl diamond squad to Port Or- Bill Brickert aZer track squad high inter-school with an intra- ast Saturday on Loop kick-off, with Field in tip as the sea- Session and the threat tO the dual meet Bla,zcrs have Past five years. compe- out-scor- chiefly on a 46-1.9 margin in The Greens 48-27 while a 51-44 edge in .. is the way it 51, Greens 44 yards ) ---Harold Archer G. Steve i3.2 Macy W. Mike W. 11.6 W, Mar- W. 6.3 hnson G, Elton G. 2:14.4 W, Sldp ehuffenhauer V. (Samples, Rolly on, Rogers . Johnson, O. 1 W. 9' 6". G, Archer 17'1" Phillips W. W, 4'11". W, Dave Gun- G. 46'8". r G John Vonhof W. 90'8". 48, Whites 7 :'auk Fulton G, Joe Brown G, Biehl G. Thane Swope \\;V, 11.6 Brown W. Dick G. 6.6 Prick Mar- (Fulton, Look, Brown and no 3rd. 8'0" G, Mike La- 16'7" G. Marshall Fagergren, G. 38'1". Greens 19 \\;V. Joey tness W. 14.9 Les Young G. 13.6 W. Bob Tib- tck and Bruce ,rtly entry. No time (JUdah. Grytness. " Earl V only quail- Earl W only quali- q0ok W. Eldon Alien 26'5- G. Iden G. 13'8" or Class D boys CLIMBERS LOSE; HEAV?SCHEDIJLE NEXT WEEK Shelton's 1963 baseball debut ally scored on a passed ball; and and Bennett juniors. was anything but a roaring suc- cess Monday afternoon. The Elma Eagles, playing error- less ball in contrast to the Climb- ors' seven nlxscues, saw to that with an 8-4 non-league victory on Loop Field. Today the Climbers make their Olympic league debut by traveling off to Seqmm. Next week action comes thick and quick Tuesday Central Kitsap visits Loop Field for a confer- ence single game ticketed for a g:50 opning pitch, then Wednes- day West Bremerton comes here tor a twin bill starting at 1:00 o'clock. THIS SHOULD KEEP Coach Chat Dombroski's pitching staff active. The Climber diamond men- tor used four of his mound corps against Elms Monday---Tim Rose. Tom Wingard, Bob ,Vhitmarsh and Bob Bennett in that order. Soph southpaw Rose gave up a lead-off triple to Joe Matau. who scored on a following fielder's choice, then was victimized by errors for a second but unearned un in the first inning. Wingard took over in the fourth but after getting the first two bat- two of three more Elms tallies in the seventh were likewise of a gift variety. \\;Vhitemarsh got in trouble by his wildness--three walks and a hit batter- which brought little Ben0ett to the scene with a run in. the bases full and none out, A wild pitch, a passed ball and an error at third followed before he got out of the jam, but the Eagles didn't get a hit. A final Shelton run m the seventh, after rain had delayed ac- tion for a few minutes in the sixth, was scored by soph Don Clary as the front man of three walks and an infield out, Huttula's circus catch of Snyder's liner ended the game. THE EAGLES PICKED up five hits. khe Clintbers three as the lack of batting practice showed plainly on both sides. The Eagles earned four runs, the Climbers one. The short score: RHE Elnm ....... 2 o 0 2 t3 1 3--8 5 l Stu'lton ........ 0 0 IX 3 0 0 1---4 3 7 Batteries---Matau, Karr (5) and Whiting, Calvert; Rose. \\;Vingard L4) Whitmarsh 16}. Bennett (7) and Richards, Kadoun (5). FULLER'S FINISH GOUNTS 639 SUM MERCHANTS LEAGUE W L Bill's Shell Service ...... 28 16 Prepp's Rexall Store .... 24 ! 19V, Olympic Plywood ........ 23 21 Timber Appliance ........ 23 21 Kimbel Motors .............. 22 22 Thurston S & L ........... 21 23 Ralph's Serve-U ........... 19 25 Old Mill Tavern ............ 151, 281, High game --- Howard Ftfller 255 Hank Burchill 231 Gary Paterson. senior outfielder, High series Howard Fuller picked up Shelton's third hit. a 639. single in the first frame off Matau, who also gave up the other two Howard Fuller rallied from a in the fourth before giving way to dam'aging 182 middle game to a Karr. scorching 255 finale as he fashion- Dombroski used five sophomores ed a fancy 639 series in Merchants' ters out walked the bases full be- --four as starters--and two went fore yielding a pop-fly single for all the way, Snyder at third and two more Eagle runs. Rusty Baskin at second, Besides The Climbers got back into con- tention with three unearned tal- lies in the fourth when Brian Snyder and Bill Smith led off with singles and both eventually scored, as did soph catcher Jim Richards, on a succession of errors and in- field outs. AN EAGLE RUN in the sixth off Whitemarsh was unearned when Smith misjudged a fly in center of Matau's bat, he even(u- starting pitcher Rose and start- ing catcher Jim Richards, the other soph in action was Clary at first. tIE ALSO USED his four senior outfielders Smith. Paterson, A1 Wagner and Mike Sheedy--senior John Anderson at first, junior Kelly Huts( at short all the way), junior catcher Terry Kadoun, and junior Tim Sheedy as pinch-hitter. Wingard is a senior. Virhitemarsh Noll Wins AAU Novice Title LIHBER HATMEH SHINE Despite a complete lack of knowledge about Olympia style wrestling, four YIighclimber mat aces of this year's Shelton squad eame home with one championship and three fourth places in the nov- ice division of an AAU meet in Seattle last weekend. The Climber quartet compiled an over-all record of eight vic- tories, five losses, and two draws in 15 individual matches. Ralph Noll won the 114 pound novice championship by drawing. 2-2. with Diet Ford of Kelsa. then pinning Larry Harris of Kelso in 1:18 of the fh'st round and de- cision(rig Steve Jolmson of Ta- coma. 2-1. There were only seven entrants in this weight division DARON TAYLOR came through five matches in 125-1b. division. which attracted 27 entries, with 4th place after winning three and losing two. He pinned Wayne Benner of Fauntleroy YMCA in 2:27 of the first round, decisioned Bruce Shultz of Lake Washington, 1-0, decisioned Steve Triplett of Lake Washington. 7-2. then lost by decision. 8-1. to Rich Olds of Wil- son high (Tacoma). and by de- cision 12-1 to Lauren Johnson of John Beach YMCA. Joe Snyder. with 22 entries in the 136-lb. division, finished 4th after decisioning Brian Howard of Portland Y. 2-1. drawing with Chuck Oser. Shoreline. 0-0, and losing by decision. 8-1.. to John Cross. unattached. MIKE LAMBERT tied for 4th in the 154-1b. class, in which 29 were entered, after decisioning Henry Lees, Olympia YMCA. 10-9 and Tom Dyal, Key Hole Corner Club of Portland. 8-7. and losing deci- sions to Lief Harris. Washington State. 8-0. and Elliot( Simpkins, unattached. 8-2. Climber wrestling coach Larry Weir took the quartet to Seattle Friday, where Ihey learned the KITES (smallest. youngest) will be held rudiments of Olympic wrestling in on Loop Field Saturday morning a clinic during the afternoon, then at 10:30 o'clock between the Bla- wrestled Friday night and Satur- I zers and Jefferson. day in the AAU competition, He termed it excellent experi- cnee for the boys, all of whom exeept Lambm% return for fur- ther Highclimber action next year. Lambert plans to wrestle for Olympic Junior College at Bremerton next year. where Olym- pic style wrestling is followed. ENGEN EDGES INTO GAN BE SELEGT PiN GLAN KILLERS COMMERCIAL LEAGUE \\;V L Wingard Sport ShOp .... 33 15 Wilson Company .......... 27 21 league bowling action last week. In the process he paced Bill's Shell Service to a shutout victory over Old Mill Tavern (Bob Olson 534) and protected the gas-pum- pers leaigue lead from the chal- lenge of Prepp's Rexall Stote (Morley Preppetau 591, which also scored a whitewash win over Thurston County Savings & Loan iRon Strickland 531). Timber Appliance (Hap Smith 579) applied a 3-1 coup on Olym- pic Plywood (Jim Simmons 538) and Ralph's Serve-U (Dick John- son 496) dueled to a 2-2 draw with Kimbel Motors (Wilfred White 495) in other pairings. 65.1b. Rusly Proves Giant Among Bantams For a tiny tad. ex-Sheltonian Rusty Tough stands big in bowl- ing circles around Toledo. Oregon, these days. The 9-year-old. 65-pound. 3- foot tall son of Jim and Judy Tough, competing against boys up to 12 years old. bowled a 468 eries for an 8th place finish in a bantam tournament last week. So small they couldn't find regular bowling shoes to fit. he wore ten- nis shoes with tape soles. AS a sidelight, Rusty's older brother. Jim. Jr.. made the To- ledo junior high honor roll last, senlestel'. OUTDOORS ]FISH THEIIE--FE'W CATCHES Reports suggest fish are plenti- ful in fresh and salt waters but relatively few anglers seek them. I Ole Kjonaas after taking a 2- lb. blaekmouth Tuesday in Hood Canal, went after bigger game but apparently got more than he bargained for. Even a 25-1b. test leader snapped wlten whatever it was took his hn'e a MeKnight all- niekle spoon. Best luck seems come from a Coho candlefish spoon .with a feather, according to Kjonaas, Ben Barber and Harvey Greenwood. Barber and his party took six to 5 Ibs. Tuesday and Greenwood and his party had four to 7 lbs. Mon- day with losses in both cases in addition, At Steamboa Island Art Me- Laughlin took a 10-lb. King Tues- day to top the salmon report for the week . Two steefhead were reported out chard to tacklo Marcus Whitman junior high in the opening game of the 1963 season. Knudson has five 1962 lettermen decorating his 1963 roster and an a ll-lefthanded pitching staff. His starter most likely will be 8th grader Bob Masteller, who earned his Blazer insignia last year. Lefty Bob will be firing at the pad 'worn by letterman catcher Dan Barrom If he runs into the need for relief it likely would come from Dave Winn. an- other letterman, who will be in the starting outfield, or Rich Bur- fiend, the third southpaw on the staff but not a lettermam The other two lettermen at Knudson's command are first base- man Scott Swisher, who has two to his credit and led the team i hitting as a 7th grader, and Mike Fredson. an outfielder. Swisher is a pitching possibility, the only righthander on the mound corps. Rounding out the starting line- up wih the lettermen lrobably will be Dick Knautz at second base Bob Bryant, a fine looking transfer from Tacoma, at shbrt, Ron Coles at third, and Tom Mar- shall in the outfield with Fred- son and Winn. although Steve De- Micro and Dale Downing are push- ing hard ad conceivably could oust FredSon and/or Marshall with strong S!mwings in practice the rest of this week. The Blazers have eight games scheduled again this year with their home opener one week after next Monday's curtain-raiser, JOHNSTON TAKES GYGLE INAUGURAL After a close battle Paul Johns- ton emerged with the first place trophy in the Shelton Trailblazers Motorcycle Club's first event of the new competitive season, a field meet, last Sunday. A1 Pile was second and Bob Aitken third. Next event will be a hare scram- bles. Any ridor interested is in- vited to contact the club referee Derriell Singer Next club meeting will be held April 13 at 7:00 p.m. at the A1 Pile home. TIDES'OF THE WEEK Computed for "Hood Ganal Oakland Bay tides are 1 hr. and 50 rain, later and plus 3.0 ft. Friday, April. 5 =Iigh .............. 3:20 a.m. 11.8 it. Low . .............. 9:22 a.m. 4.8 ft. High .............. 2:54 p.m. 9.4 ft. Low . ............. 9:05 p.m. 1.8 ft. S:tturday, April"6 High .............. 3:52 a.m. 11:7 ft, Low . ............ 9:57 a..m. 4.0ft High ....... : ...... 3:44 p.m. 9.7 ft. Low . ............. 9::i6 p,m. 2.3 ft. Silnda', Al)rfl 7 High .............. 4:20 a.m. 11.6 ft. Low .............. 10:9 a.m. 3.3 ft. High 4:28 p.m/ 10.1 ft. Low ::2:::(::::::: I0:23 p:m. 2.8 ft. Monday, April 8 High .............. 4:42 a.m 11.4 ft. Low .............. 10:58 a.m. 2.6 ft. High ............. 5:08 p.m. 10.4 ft. Low ............. 10:59 p.m, 3'.4 ft. Tuesday, April 9 High .............. 5:03 a.m, 11.2 ft. Low . ............. 11:27 a.m. 2.0 ft. High .............. 5:46 p.m. 10.6 ft. Low .............. 11:34 p.m. 4.0 ft. Wednesday, April 10 High ............. 5:23 a.m. 11.0 ft. Low _ ............. 11:57 a.m. 1.4 ft. High .............. 6:27 p.m. 10.8 ft. Thursday, April 11 Low . ............. 0:09 a.m. 4.8 ft. High .............. 5:43 a.m. 10.7 ft. Low . ............. 12:29p.m 1.0 ft. High .............. 7:09 p.m. 10.8 ft. wOMEN'S COMMERCIAL W L FLY 'EM HIGH BUT FLY SAFELY Zieg]er's Camera Shop 26'/ 21 B & R Oil ........................ 23 25 Moose Lodge ................ 23 25 Verle's Sporting Goods 21 27 Ritner's Highballers .... 20 28 Gott Oil ............................ 19, 28 High game Clyde Ziegler 223, Dale Yost 222 High series -- Joe Engen 601 EU Consistent Joe Engen sandwich- ed a 212 middle game between a pair of 190 efforts to edge into the 600 class with one pin to spare in men's commercial league bowling IN OPEN AREAS BOYS  it's so easy to have fun when you fly your kites in the right place . . . so dane gerous if you let them get caught in wires. PLAY SAFE  REMEMBER . , KEEP KITES AWAY FROM ELECTRIC WIRES USE DRY COTTON STRING 9r NEVER USE METAL OR WIRE ON KITES NEVER CLIMB POLES TO GET YOUR KITES Get a copy of our blooklet "KITE FLIGHT" for useful tips on saf@ Kite-Flylngl P.U.D. HOo 3 -E, President; TOM WEBB, vice president; -0, secretary; Jerry Samples, manager ItETTER ELECTRICALLY of the Skokomish. Chuck Jackson had one at 11 lbs. Tuesday and Gott's Oiterettes ................ 33 19 Ralph Hilligoss the other at 7 Bill'shell Service. ........... 29 23 lbs. Sunday. Allyn Shell "Servide .......... 28 24 Such is this week's fishing news! Timber Bowl ......... , .......... 28 24 Darigold .............................. 26 26 RECREATION LEAGUE Eells & Valley .................. 23 29 W L Ming Tree Cafe .................. 22 30 last week and helped leading Win- gard Sport Shop add another game to its margin over second place Wilson Company. Engen's effort gained a 4-0 vic- tory over B & R Oil t Bill Besch 532) while the XVilsonians Da n Wilson 540) settled for a 3-1 mar- gin over Verle's Sporting Goods Glen Sowers 504). Ziegler's Camera Shop (Rudy Lutz 572 gained ground on x, Vil- son with a shutout success against Gott Oil tKarl VanderWal 478/, while the nights fourth pairing wound up inca 2-2 stalemate be- tween Moose Lodge I Gerry Hart 5351 and Ritner's Highballers Chub Nut(566). Shelton Recreation ........ 37 15 Richfield Oil ...................... 19 33 Ritner's Pink Ladies .... 32 20 High games--Phyl Ziegler 211, Carol Mallory 203, Olsen Furniture .............. 28 24 High . series--Phyl Ziegler 540. Lemke's Sezwice 26 ]& 25 Eells '& Vglley 4 (Andy Rodg- Lucky Lager ...':::::::::::26' 26 ors 5031 ; Ming Tree 0 (Mary Don- Rainier Beer .................... 25 27 aldsofi 476); Bill's Shell  (Betty Northwegt Evergreen 18 34 Olympia Beer ................ 16V., 35 Wolden 517); Timber Bowl 0 (Joan High gameEdna Clary 216, Sowers 512; Darigold 4 (Adair Jean Schnitzer 201. 507) : Gott's Oilerettes 1 High series---Donna Coleman Franklin 5001; Richfield 3 and Lois Albrecht each 523. zidgler 540); Ahllyn Shell Split picks--Edith Chanblin 5- (Carol Mallory 528 (. 7-10. Dot Smith 5-!0, Bobble 5111, & I[RS. LEAGUE Barnett 5-7, Adair Neau (}-7. Vagabonds ...................... 68 36 Ritner's 4 (Bobble Barnett 475), Skid Row-Lets ............ 60 44 1/ Lucky Lager 0 (Shirley Stites I. Da No ......................... 57,=, 42 461) ; Shelton R.ec. 4 (Donna Cole- Nite Owls ........................ 52 52 man and Lois Albrecht each 523), Guttc;r :Snipes ................ 50 ,/ 53, Lemke's 0 (Adair Neau 482); Bowl Evils ...................... 40 60 Olympia Beer 4 (Emily Kahny Four Squares ................ 421,/,_, 61/. 402). Northwest Evergreen 0 (Mac Down Beats ................... 41,. 62t/ Archer 395; Olsen Futmiture 3 High -gayes---Shirle Pogreba (Edna Clary 488(, Rainier 1 (Mil- 182 Joe Engen 22}. lie Daniels 488 High series--Shirley Pogreba 468, Joe Engen 587. vagabonds 4 (Joe Engen 587}, Gutter Snipes 0 (Bill Staudt 481); Four Square's 3 Vern Beeson 500/, Nile .Owls 1 Jolm Hulet 491); Dorn Beats 2 (Wilfred White 496). Skid Row-Iers 2 (ttarv Griffey 466) LUMBER HARDWARE PAINTS 1 mile off highway on Cole Road Cole Road Builders Supply Cole Road Ph. 426-8224 Ph. 426-8139 PAGE 5 TRACK TEAM OFF T O AUSPICIOUS START season an auspicious send-off last ton to meet a Ram squad which ' who has ah'eady topped Ins prevx- Friday. has rung up nine straight dual m]s best by a foot with a gbss Coach Bob Sund's eindermen literally swamped East Bremer- ton, 75-43. plashing mud in the Knights eyes on a soggy track which even included running through standing water on the southeast curve fox- events of 220 yards and longer The meet wasn't scheduled for Loop Field originally but was shifted to it at the last minute when the Knight track became (reusable due to the wet conditions. North Mason. a third entrant un- xneet victories, Next Monday the Climbers will be at home in another Olympic league competition, hosting South Kitsap and Bainbridge on Loop Field with the first event due to get under way at 3:50. Three Climbers turned up double- victories, seniors Joe Waters (both hurdles ). Gary Combs ( both weights), and sophomore Tommy Lowe 220 and broad jump. Ad- ding a second in the 100. Lowe was high point man of the meet pole to w]uch he ts just beo'ining to get accustomed. Under the cmditions the meet marks were far from hemg nor- really good yet some were close to outstanding considering the condi- tions. Shelton's sweeps were in the low hurdles (Waters. Ter]y LaBisson- (ere. Paul Shefler and the broad jump ILowe, Jim Sells and Bob Johnson. who were all witMn lhree inches). The results : der the original Schedule. with- drew. thus postponing the day when Climber and Bulldog meet iu varsity competition for the first time. West, Hollat00 Ear, Owl Track Letlers Already For '63 Year MATLOCK. Jerry West scored a. total, of, 222 points in .two re- cent track meets for the Mary M. Knight Owls. In the one held here last week he marked up 12 points with firsts in the pole vault and higt jump and a third in the high hurdles, while in the one at North Rivet' March 22. he scored 10V, z with the same pair of firsts and a leg on the third place relay team. Jim Hollatz totaled 14,,, points in the two meets, 7 here on a high hurdle victory, 31 in the 88 and 4th in the low hurdles. 7 at NR on a tie for first in the highs and 2nd in the 880. Bill Stodden had 7 here on 2nd in the pole vault, tie for 2nd in the high jump, 3rd in the mile; but didn't compete at North River. In last week's meet Tom Dale wa, 3rd in the shot, Chuck Chap- pelt was lrd in the broad jump and ran on the 3rd place relay team; Jerry DeFoer was 4th in the discus and ran on the relay team; Stet Palmer and Gerald Shaw each ran on the relay team. and Bill Trenckmann tied for 4th in the high jump. At North River. Trenckmann was 3rd in the high jump and ran" on the relay team (3rd again); Creamer was third in the pole vault, Sam Valley 4th in the mile, and Palmer ran on the reay team. Both West and Hollat have al- ready qualified for their varsity track letters with the required ten points. In the North River meet the Owls took third place with 24 points, behind Wishkah's 60L, and Quinault's 36. and ahead of North River's 21 . Ex.Glimber Athletes Seek UPS Sporl Spots TACOMA --- Three of the four spring sports squads at Puget Sound University number Shelton Highclimber grads among aspir- ants for 1963 letters. Baseball has Roy Kimbel, a frelhman letterma, returning to seek either second base or out- field assignment, track has Joe with 13. Lowe wa nipped by a HIGH HURDLES %Valers S, half-yard in the century by East's Tracy E. Rntledge N. 17.6 Jeff Williams. THE KNIGItTS won both re- lays so triumphed in only two of Bell Riders Slate Pleasure Ride For Sunday, Meet Friday Two events in the next four "days hold considerable importance to members of the Mason County Bell Riders. Friday evening the regular club meeting agenda will take up many decisions to be made concerning the club's participation in the 1963 Forest Festival. Then Stinday a zone-approved Pleasure Ride is scheduled to start from the Jim Hunter ranch in Skokomish Valley at 10:30 a.m. Since this is a 20-mile ride. mem- bers are urged to come prepared with sack lunches and well-shod mounts. The last meeting featured a "game night" program, much to the enjoyment of all who attended, and more particularly to Larry Snyder ,who came as a guest of Bill Roberts and left with a beauti- ful angel food cake. the night's door pri:/e, JUNE00 JANUARY HIT BiG SERIES MEN'S CITY LEAGUE \\;V L 40 & 8 .............................. 22 13} Beckwith Jewelry .......... 20 16 Wilon Company ............ 18t 17b'z Simpson Timber ............ 18. 17/ Frisken Oil ..................... 18 17 :.a Shaub-Ellison ................ 18 18 Rishel Logging Co ......... 17 19 Lumbermen's Mere .... 11 25 High series--Stan Ahlquist 630. Jess Daniels 607. High games-Stan Ahlquist 265. Jess Daniels 224. Youthful Stan Ahlquist and vet- eran Jess Daniels followed the same route--sizzling finishes--to pile np 600 series in men's city league play Monday night, Stan got the farthest., to 630 with a 265 wind-up, ns he led Shaub-Ellison to a shutout suc- cess over the L.M. (Aub Block- berger 525). Jess was closer at the end of two games after 182 and 201 predecessors, so his 24 finale wound up at 607. rallying Frisken Oil to a 2-1 trinmph over Beck- with Jeweh'y (Bud Knutzen 563 after losing the first game. 100 Williams E. l,owe S. Ullock E. 10.9 880 - Brickert S. Prueight E,. Carter E. 2:11..2 440 --- Brown S. Williams E. Bry- ant S, 56,6 - Low Hurdles .... Waters S, I,aBin- son(ere S, Shefler S. 14.8 SHOT PUT Combs S, Batstone ,% McCullock E. 43'9" 220 Lowe S, Ullock E, Williams E. 23.7 HIGH JUMP ..... Johnson S, and hanson S tied. Orr S. 5'6" {ILE .... Gardner ,% Taylor E. Busby E. 5:000 BROAD JUMP Lowe S, Sel] and Johnson N tied. 18' 3/4"'. MILE RELAY - East (Clayton. MacAboy. Tracy, Graham). 3:55.5 POLE VAULT . Bnhl E. Wil- liams E and J. Lamont S, tie. 12'3" DISCUS - Combs S. Mason S, Valkcr E. 140' 4 ', 880 RELAY -. East (\\;Villian, Ultock. Carter, J. \\;Vii!Jams). 1:'39.7 Precipitation during the next five days will be normal for this time of year . . . about 1/t0" per day . . or Va'" total. peratures will be above nor- mal with the highs ranging from 55 to 65 degrees and the lows ex- pected from 37 to 47 degrees. You'll Be Comfortable with Shell Modern Heat \\;Vingard, a sophomore miler, and, In other matches, league-lead- tennis sports freshma candidateing 40 & 8 (Glen Roessel 545 and Denny Hinton as a contender for Wilson Company A1 Luhm 549( arsity consideration, were odd-game winners respec- tively over Rishel Logging Corn- HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE party (Al Chapman and Ed Dm- \\;V L bar each 513) mid Simpson Tim- Ball's Food Center . ....... 37 15 bet Company  Keith Simpson Hood Canal Marina ...... 34 18 547. Jim Pauley. Inc ............. 32 20 . ............... 28 ngr;rfeneYrists.: ...... ,,a 27 Edward's Salon ............ 201, 31 Shelton Union Service ..20 32 Shelton Marine Supply 16 36 High game Edith Levett 189. High series--Edith Levett 500. Split ,pick---V( LaFond 5-7. Bali's Food 4 Mary Ann Winn 410); Shelton Marine 0 (Sylvia Fonzo 388); Canal Marina 3 (Lil Updyke 479); Union Service 1 (Stalls Howard 448 ) ; Edward's 3 (Edith Levett 500); Evergreen 1 (Betty Johnson 385), RAYONIER RESEARCH V L Silva Foxes .................... 35}/ 0, Buy One Get One FREE Maintenance .................. 33 19 cetate Aces ................ 27 -25 i . Rayonettes ...................... 27 25 Pin Curlers ...................... 24 28 Water Boys .................... 23 29 Wood Birds ................... 22b'., 29 Fore" Fowlers .................. 16 36 High games--Marg Bacon 190, Corky Dickinson 256. High series--Mernie Jacobson 429, Bob Eliot 577. MAJOR LEAGUE W L Northwest Evergreen 23% 12 Timber Bowl .................. 20 16 LaBissoniere Agency .... 20 16 l:)ans Nite Hawks ........ 17. 18 Jim Pauley, Inc ............. 17 19 Olson's B&B Shop" ......... 10 26 High game Fred Snelgrove 215. High series---Floyd Fuller 585. Northwest Evergreen 3 (Jim Archer 539. Bert Hoard 538), Dan's Nite Hawks 0 (Chub Nutt 497); Jim Pauley, Inc. 2 (Fred Snelgrove 533) : Olson's Barber Beauty Shop 1 (Jess Phillips 525) ; LaBissoniere Agency 2 (Start Ahl- quist 576); Timber Bowl 1 (Floyd Fuller 585). GOTT OIL GO. BAYSHORE ROAD 426-3322 DAIRY QUEEN'S SPRING FLING SATgRDAY, APRIL 6 You Should Know... GLINT WlLLOUR A few years ago a coilege edu- cation was considered a luxury. But today it is a necessity that can tie guaranteed for your child th6oUgh an education;I endow- menl. NATIONAL . iII I II IIIII llm I III Ill II II III I illilll I [ Fun For Everyone! | | FREE gifts for the kids! | | | | ! -k Sundaes Shakes Malts Cones Floats Root Beer Orange Coke 7 -Up First & Cedar Ph. 426-8091 ON THESE ITEMS ONLY  SPECIAL BANANA SPLIT SALE COMING SOON!