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SK Wo I alore ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ FOULs one off in this action from Monday's the Shelton Junior High Blazers and Blazers won their opener on Loop Field, ner 'three runs the fourth in the inning, JUnior tligh's elr Opener beat 4-1 on the Starting that went tuck out six three innings hit until only run OUrth. Frost Came in to a base and a SHS Nine im ers Lose down 1-0 fourth, they keeps. Mike on an error Shelton in affenhauer Walked to Oach Harlen to and a tened in the on the bases Jers g Y s tenth in the second local a 19 a 189, ~n, 0, Jerry "2~'3.and Phil a team 105 Pins but the rally died. The Blazers' last run was tallied in the sixth and last stanza. Roger Arndt led off by getting to first on an error. Larry Wood sacrificed Crume to second and Wilbur collected his fourth RBI of the day with a single that scored Crume. Frost took the win. He gave up five singles and walked two men while striking out ten in six innings. BOX SCORE ab r hrbi Morgan, Dan 2 0 0 0 Frost, Jack 3 0 0 0 Marshall, Mike 2 l 0 0 Johnson, Greg 1 0 1 0 Schuffenhauer, L. 2 1 1 0 Pearsall, Roy 10 00 Crume, Len 2 0 0 0 Arndt, Roger 1 1 0 0 Wood, Larry 1 1 0 0 Carlson, Dave 0 0 0 0 Bacon, Rick 2 0 0 0 Allen, Tim 1 0 0 0 Moore, GaD) 0 0 0 O Wilbur, Gary 2 0 2 4 Laugen, John 1 0 0 0 Campagna, Dale 1 0 0 0 South Kitsap dumped Shelton's Highclimbers 3-0 Wednesday in Port Orchard when the Wolves' pitcher threw a one-hitter. It was the fourth loss for the Climbers in five games and the third shutout in a row against them. Shelton had men on base in every inning. The opposing hurler was fast but wild and he walked six men. He also struck out I I batters in five innings. Kevin Dorcy and Bill Bacon drew walks in the first inning before Shelton's rally was stopped with a strikeout. Neal White got the Climbers' only hit of the game to lead off the second frame, but three successive Shelton batters whiffed to end the inning Terry Knight made it on base because of an error in the third. In the fourth stanza, Mark Johnson led off with a walk. After a strikeout, ~wo more Climbers walked to load the bases. With one out, Shelton's bid to score failed because of two more fans. In the last inning, the Climbers failed to score again. Kevin Dorcy began the inning by walking and stealing two bases to reach third. The next three batters went out to end the game. Shelton's Mike Johnson went the entire five innings on the mound. South Kitsap scored a run after an error in the first, another run after an error in the third frame, and one more in the fourth following a triple. Johnson gave up a total of five hits. BOX SCORE ab r h Dorcy, Kevin 1 0 0 Knight, Terry 2 0 0 Woods, Bob l 0 0 Bacon, Bill 2 0 0 Makoviney, Duane 1 0 0 Johnson, Mark 1 0 0 White, Neal 1 0 1 Kingery, Ken 1 0 0 Long, Doug l 0 0 tterrel, Elmer 0 0 0 Johnson, Mike 1 0 0 Nutt, Mike 1 0 0 Redman, Bob 1 0 0 Densley, Jim 1 0 0 Shonkwiler, Ted l 0 0 By CHARLES GAY Errors spelled defeat for Shelton's Highclimbers Monday in Olympia when they committed ten mistakes and lost to the Bears 9-8 to drop their fifth game in six starts. It was a close contest all the way. In the top of the first, Kevin Dorcy and Terry Knight led off with singles and Ray Krumpols knocked them both in with another single. Shelton's lead was shortlived because the Bears came back with two runs after three errors by the Climbers. Starting Highclimber pitcher Kevin Dorcy did not give up a hit in the first frame, but the two unearned runs were tallied for the Bears and the score was tied 2-2 at the end of the inning. Elmer Herrel got his first hit of the season in the second inning but was thrown out at second on a fielder's choice and Shelton's rally ended. Ray Krumpols walked with two out in the third He was followed by Mike Johnson who singled. Jim Densley collected two RBl's by rapping a double. Shelton led 4-2 until the fou'rth when Olympia scored another run on two more errors. The hosts then took the lead in the fifth frame when they touched Dorcy for four hits and three runs. It was 6-4 in favor of the Bears until the top of the sixth. Mike Nutt smashed a double for his first hit of the season to open the sixth for Shelton. Jim Densley walked.Duane Makoviney hit into a fielder's choice but all runners were safe because of an error. With the bases loaded, Elmer Herrel sacrificed one run home. Kevin Dorcy singled to score two more and Doug Long sent Dorcy home with a single. Shelton had a slim 8-6 lead. Three erros and a home run in the seventh and final inning gave Olympia the ballgame. With two men on, the Bears' Humphreys bopped a roundtripper to end it. Shelton hosts two games this week. On Monday, the Climbers will play Timberline on Loop Field. Wednesday they host Hoquiam. The Climbers lost to ~u~~~~~~~B = III m Gorton, Kramer :_--- To Lead Stars === WCC's Sonics will take on the "Capitol Hill Crushers" in the _- second game of a benefit basketball doubleheader thisE Saturday night in Jefferson Junior .N High Gym in Olympia. .~ SOme The benefi! is for i Phil Morningside. Adults admission 588). price is $1.25 and student with Which ASB cards can get in for $1.00. --= "tenthin the first game, the State team Representatives will play the . 972 State Senators. Tipoff time is had a 7:30 p.m. Lud "Gas Pump" Kramer and Slade "Double Dribble" Gordon = are the "Crushers" stars. Tickets = may be purchased at Ziegler's in Shelton or at the door. Treble finding a multi-pu 0se 0il? Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. 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BOX SCORE ab rh rbi Dorcy, Kevin 4 2 2 2 Knight, Terry 4 1 1 0 Bacon, Bill 2 0 1 0 Long, Doug 1 0 1 1 White, Neal 4 0 0 0 Krumpols, Ray 3 1 1 2 Johnson, Mike 2 1 1 0 Nutt, Mike 2 1 1 0 Densley, Jim 3 1 1 2 Johnson, Mark 1 0 0 0 Makoviney, Duane 2 1 0 0 Herret, Elmer 2 0 1 l Rich Walker tied for medalist in Shelton's golf match with Hoquiam and Aberdeen, but his Highclimbers lost to both teams. Aberdeen had 66 points, ttoquiam had 43 and Shelton scored 41. Walker carded a 39 and had 14 points on Aberdeen'.s course. He tied the hosts' Brown. Second in scoring for Shelton was Jerry Munro who played in the number two position. He had 11 points and a 43. Jim Kneeland had eight points and a 46 as the number five man. Brad Brush had a 48 and six points and Kim ttartley shot a 60 with two points. The Highclimbers are now 1-7 in league play. They have a meet at home this Monday on Bayshore's nine. THOSE WHO profess to favor freedom, and yet depreciate agitation, are men who want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the roar of its many waters. Frederick Douglass ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SIMPSON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Mary Lou Wicken 183. Women's Hi Series: Linda TiDbits 504. Standings (Final standings) Loggers 43-17; Loaders 30-30; Shops 26-34; Railroad 21-39. Railroad 4, Jen Tratnick 462; Shops 0, Sharon Huisingh 465; Loaders 0, Clara Erickson 428; Loggers 4, Linda Tibbits 504. GUYS & DOLLS Men's Hi Game: Bill Brown 210. Men's Hi Series: Ken Wolden 549. Women's Hi Game: Linda TiDbits 188. Women's Hi Series: Linda TiDbits 526. Standings: Tori's 29-23; Straf 29-23; Chantrels 28V2-23qz; Bullheads 28-24; Firebal!s 28-24; Left Overs 27V2-24V2; Morgan Transfer 27-25; 4 of Us 26V2-25q2; O&J's 26-26; Woodchucks 23~/2-28qz; Misfitz 23-29; Make Ups 21-31. Bullheads 4, Klaus Hoepfner 543; Misfitz 4, Lucile Farmwald 491; Straf l, Doug Shelton 527; Fireballs 3, Ron Jacobson 529; Chantrels 2, Ken Wolden 549; Left Overs 2, Bob Ogden 462; 4 of Us 1, Ron Warren 446; O&J's 3, Dean Perry 457; Woodchucks 0, Jim Williams 433; Tori's 4, Helen Rice 523; Make Ups 4, Bill Brown 528; Morgan Transfer O, Bob Lanman 452. ITT RAYONIER Men's Hi Game: Phil Bloomfield 203. Men's Hi Series: Bill Howard 514. Women's Hi Game: Jean Temple 184. Women's Hi Series: Jean Temple 475. Standings: Waterboys 2nd half winner (final) 41Vz-22]/~; Acetate Aces 40V;-23V~; Lefty's +1 38-26; Makeups 35-29; Silva Foxes 30-34; Woodbirds 28-36; Maintenance 25Vz-38V~; Statics 17V~-46Vz. Acetate Aces 2V~, Dan Cormier 495; Waterboys 1Vz, Percy Zamzow 449; Makeups 2, Bill Howard 514; Lefty's +1 2, Jerry Mallory 509; Silva Foxes 3, Chuck Smith 467; Woodbirds 1, Andy Anderson 484; Maintenance 4, Jean Temple 475; Statics 0, Dan Wilson 495. I'VE MADE it a rule never to drink by daylight and never to refuse a drink after dark. Henry Louis Mencken oU WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL Women'~ Hi Game: Colleen Yorke 230. Women's Hi Series: Colleen Yorke 543. Standings: Certified Manufacturing 81-39; Ogden's Radio & TV 74-46; Kelly's Furniture 68-52; Fuller Construction 62V~-57V2; Jim Pauley's 62]/2-57qa; Ming Tree 61Vz-58V2; Brown Logging 58Vz-61V~; Gott's Oilerettes 57Va-62V2; Timber Bowl 57-63; Eells & Valley 55-65; Lumbermen's 54q~-65V2; Richfield Oil 28-92. Richfield Oil 0, Lou Nault 342; Certified Manufacturing 4, Colleen Yorke 543; Jim Pauley's 4, Jean Ashley. 505; Gott's Oilerettes 0, Charleen Smith 468; Ogden's Radio & TV 2, Mary Lou Nault 469; Timber Bowl 2, Barb Holt 470; Kelly's Furniture 3, Jean Ream 503; Brown Logging 1, Peg Knutzen 471; Fuller Construction 3, Chris Daniels 422; Lumbermen's 1, Jackie Eichhorn 468; Ming Tree 3, Dot Ahrens 419; Eells & Valley 1, Carole Phipps 392. EVERGREEN TRAVELETTE Women's Hi Game a.m. Donna Coleman 199. Women's Hi Series a.m. Donna Coleman 557. Women's Hi Game: p.m. Marge Witcraft 211. Women's Hi Series p.m. Mary Lou Wicken 543. Standings: Harbor Lanes 43-21; Timber Bowl 40-24; Harbor Bowl 39q~-24q~; Westside Lanes 39-25; Lima Lanes 35~/z-28qz; Willapa Lanes 22-42; Coles Bowl 20V~-43Vz; Pacific Lanes 161/~-47V~. Regularly $159.95 ...... 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ACCOUNTING -- Acc Cre- dit No. Course Description Day Time 3 Accl01 Prin of Accounting Daily 11:00-12:00 3 Accl02 Prin of Accounting Daily 10:00-11:00 3 Acc358 Govern Accounting Daily 8:00-9:00 ART 3 Art101 Beginning Drawing** Daily 1:00-3:00 2 Art157 Fine Arts Survey** Daily 9:00-10:30 2 Art332 Art/Crft in Elem School* Daily 1:00-4:30 CHEMISTRY -- Chem 5 Cheml01 General Chemistry Daily 10:00-11:00 General Chemistry Lab T-Th 1:00-3:00 ECONOMICS -- Econ 3 Econl01 Prin of Economics Daily 9:00-10:00 3 Econl02 Prin of Economics Daily 10:00-11:00 4 Econ245 Elem Prin of Statistics Daily 8:00-9:20 EDUCATION -- Ed , 3 Ed201 Intro to Education*** Daily 1:00-2:30 3 Ed314 Improvement of Reading Daily 10:00-11:00 2 Art332 Art/Crft in Elem School* Daily 1:00-4:30 3 Ed347 Arith in Elem School** Daily 8:00-10:00 2 Ed453 Crucial Issues in Educ** Daily 11:00-12:30 3 Ed456 Guidance & Counseling Daily 8:00-9:00 2 Ed384A Spec Second Meth in Engl** Daily 1:00-3:00 ENGLISH -- Engl 3 Eng201 Survey of Major Am Writ Daily 9:00-10:00 3 Eng351 Shakespeare Daily 8:00-9:00 3 Eng391 Modern Amer Novels Daily 9:00-10:00 3 Eng394 Novels in Psyc Setting***Daily 1:00-3:00 3 Eng395 Studies in Greek Drama** Daily 8:00-10:00 3 Eng396 Studies in Continent Dr**Daily 10:00-12:00 3 Eng397 Institute in Fiction*** Daily 8:00-10:00 3 Eng398 Institute in Poetry*** Daily 10:00-12:00 FRENCH -- Fren 5 Frenl01 Introductory French TBA TBA 5 Frenl02 Introductory French TBA TBA 3 Fren221 Conversation & Compos TBA TBA 3 Fren301 Adv ConVersation & Comp TBA TBA 3 Fren302 Adv Conversation & Comp TBA TBA 3 Fren321 Survey of French Lit TBA TBA 3 Fren322 Survey of French Lit TBA TBA FRATERNAL Men's Hi Game: Lloyd Clark 250. Men's Hi Series: Lloyd Clark 655. Standings: Moose Antlers 36-20; Kiwanis 36-20; Lions Club 32-24; Western Auto 31q~-24V2; Eagles 31-25; Nimrod 28-28; Rotary 26-30; Fuller Const. 25-31; Bull Moose 25-31; American Legion 22Vz-331/2; Moose Heads 22-34; Shelton Hardware 21-35. Kiwanis 3, Dennis Renecker 540; Bull Moose 1, Troy West 526; Rotary 3, George Lemagie 5 18; Western Auto 1, Gene Benedict 536; Fullers Const. 4, Floyd Fuller 549; Nimrod 0, Lee Eaken 484; Eagles 3, L. C. Leman 520; Moose Heads 1, Jack Nolan 462; Moose Antlers 4, Lloyd Clark 655; American Legion O, Jim Archer 490; Shelton Hardware 4, Frank Willard 553; Lions Club 0, Jerry Mallory 556. FROM SERVICE What is "service"? Undoubtedly, you could come up with a brief definition of the term if you took a moment to think about it. The first thing that would probably come to mind is the fact that there are 2 forms of service- good and bad. Most people could probably write a book on the bad service they have encountered in places of business. But our employees have been trained to add to your definition of good service. That's the way we do business. Try us and see. Neirs Pharmacy Emergency Ph. 426-2165 Fifth & Franklin 5t.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 GERMAN -- Germ 5 Germ101 Introductory German Daily TBA GOVERNMENT -- Gov 3 Govl01 Modern Government Daily 10:00-11:00 3 Gov312 American Polit Thought Daily 8:00-9:00 3 Gov334 Comparative Government Daily 9:00-10:00 HISTORY -" Hist 3 Histl01 Dev of Western Civ Daily 8:00-9:00 3 Hist315 Medieval History*** Daily 8:00-10:00 3 Hist401 Historiography*** Daily 10:00-12:00 3 Hist354 Probs. in Amer. Dip.** Daily 8:00-10:00 * Indicates 1st 2 weeks ** Indicates 1st 4 weeks *** Indicates 2nd 4 weeks **** Indicates 1st 6 weeks (located after course description) 4 Mathll2 4 Math171 3 Math311 MATHEMATICS -- Math Fund of Math II Introduction to Calculus Structure of Arithmetic Daily 11:00-12:20 Daily 9:00-10:20 Daily 8:00-9:00 3 Phil281 3 Phil311 PHILOSOPHY -- Phil Logic Daily Philosophy of Esthetics Daily 1:00-2:00 11:00-12:00 2 PE286 2 PE205 1 PEIO1H 1 PE101B 2 PE331 2 PE345 1 PE101H 1 PEIO1B PHYSICAL EDUCATION -- PE Personal & Comm Health**** Daily Basic Skills in Sports** Daily Beginning Tennis** Daily Body Conditioning** Daily Playground Leadership** Daily Psyc & Phil of Coaching*** Daily Beginning Tennis*** Daily Volleyball *** Daily 7:45-8:45 9:00-10:30 10:30-12:00 12:00-1:30 2:00-3:30 9:00-10:30 10:30-12:00 12:00-1:30 1 Physl01L 3 Phys302 1-2 Phys400 PHYSICS -- Phys Fundamental Physics Lab TBA TBA Physics of Space & Time TBA TBA Seminar TBA TBA 3 PhScil01 1 PhScil01L PHYSICAL SCIENCE -- Phys Sci Prin of Physical Science T-W-Th 8:20-10:00 T-Th 1:00-3:00 3 Psycl01 3 Psyc326 3 Psyc359 3 Psyc420 3 Psyc459 PSYCHOLOGY -- Psyc Intro to Psychology Personality Theories Psycological Testing Adolescent Psychology Counseling Theories Daily 10:00-11:00 Daily 9:00-11:00 Daily 8:00-10:00 Daily ], 1:00-1:00 Daily 10:00-12:00 3 Soc201 3 Soc376 3 5oc380 SOCIOLOGY -- Soc Fundamentals of Soc Social Organization Marriage & Family Daily 9:00-10:00 Daily 11:00-12:00 Daily 10:00-11:00 5 Spanl01 5 Span102 3 Span221 3 Span301 3 Span302 3 Span321 3 Span 322 SPANISH -- Span Introductory Spanish TBA TBA Introductory Spanish TBA TBA Conversation & Compos TBA TBA Adv Conversation & Cemp TBA TBA Adv Conversation & Comp TBA TBA Survey of Spanish Lit TBA TBA Survey of Spanish Lit TBA TBA SPEECH -- Spee 3 Spee289 Phonetics & Anatomy Daily 10:00-12:00 3 Spee333 Intro to Spee CorrectionDaily 1:00-3:00 3 Spee335 Disorders of Voice & ArtDaily 8:00-10:00 3 Spee345 Spee for Classroom TeachDaily 11:00-12:00 2 Spee383 Direction of Spee/For Act Daily 1:00-2:30 3 Dram311 History of the Theatre Daily 8:00-10:00 THEOLOGY -- Theo 3 Theo301 Christianity and the ArtsDaily 11:00-12:00 For further information and/or appointment to pre-register, write or call: KEITH LARKIN Director of Summer Session, Olympia, Washington (98501) DIAL 491-4700 (Please include your telephone number on all written inquiries.) 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