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April 18, 1963

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1 18, 1963 CLUB CALENDAR FAST was a quick Sehmidt golf- L the 19th Hole links record On Sehmidts dove last week by point of a Way for the the'throne, on ark for all .857 the two weeks. Only team with standings after Pet. 12/14 .857 11/22 .500 6/12 .500 11/22 .500 11/24 .458 7/18 .389 8/22 .364 414 .286 5/20 .250 2/10 .200 Gray 2, Fletcher Bob Turner S to furniture, equip- , or and months Life is avail. stop ir FINAHCE ad Ave. hington 0. Jim Mor'rissey 0, Arn Cheney St'. O, Art Bennett l. ] OLIVER KELLY 5- Oliver Kelly I 0, Dick Yeager '2. Clint Willour 2, Andv Tuson 0 Larry Lar-] son 2. ! JIM McCOMB 5 Jim McComb 0, , Phil Bayley 0, Bob Olson 2, Jack Kimbel 2, Pop Halbert 1, Bill Diekie 0. L. L. MclNELLY 7 McInel!y 2, Oliver Asllford 2, Bean Daniels 0. Wait Elliott 0, Clyde Coots 0, Gary Nicloy 1, Dan John- son 2. ED FAUBERT 1-:Fauber 0, Jack Jeff cry 0, Frank Travis 1, Chris Cnrtis O. MAX SCHMIDT 0--Tony Nelson 0, Homer Woodard 0, A1 Mum'o 0, Steve Hale 0. JERRY THOMPSON 0--Thomp- son 0, Purl Jemison 0. BUD KNUTZE N 5- Knutzen 0, Bob Kiebnrtz 2, Bob Miller 0, Walt Snelgrove 1, Jim Pauley 2. BUCK PRICE 7 ---Price 0, Glly Beckwith 2, Lea LaBissoniere 0, Bud Pautey 2, Bill Batstone 2, Harry Cole 1, Bert Hoard 0. WOLVES WALLOP BULLDOG NETMEN SEQUIM -- Every decision went to tie home-court Sequim Wolves as they swept a 7-0 Olympic league tennis vietory from the North Ma- son Bulldogs here Thursday. Singles: Doug Powell beat Tom McKay 6-0, 7-5; John Wood beat Tom Mills 6-3, 6-0; Mike Schade beat Dennis Shelly 8-6, 3-6, 6-3, Bronnie Smith beat Mike Campbell 6-3, 4-6, 6-1. Doubles: Powell and Larry Hull beat McKay and Shelly, 6-4, 6-2; Smith and Wood beat Mills and Campbell 6-3, 9-7. Coming up for the Bulldogs we h ave: Track April 19, South Kitsap April 22, North Kitsap April 26, East Tennis April 18, Shelton, here April 25. Baibridge, here Baseball April 16, Chimacum, here " April 18, at Shelton April 23, Vashon, here FRIDAY MIXED LEAGUE Hep Katz ........................ 65 39 You Name It ................ 63 41 Twisters .......................... 47 57 Suburbanites .................. 34 70 High games - Verna Johanson 183, Rick Sharpes 200 ttigh series .... Verna Johanson 460. Charlie Savage 543. You Nane It 4 (Ted Blair 519), Suburbanites 0 (Lionel Leman 503); Twisters 2 (Don Knudsen 508/, Hcp Katz 2 (Charlie Savage I 543). Morgan, Eacrell's mew MINUM OMBINATION R DOor to Screen Door. . SECONDS AS I" THICK , on door all year Panels tilt out for easy wasMq I'ia wad pi{e weather. TOP OR BOTTOm of troubh-free seice EAGRETT LUMBER Phone 426-4522 S-IELTON--MA0N COUNTY 30URN=E --' Published'in gO_,hNsfn'tOn;U.tA. hett/en, Wamhigon ......... .... 1st Meeting with North Masoll Today WEST WALLOPS: OLYMPIC I.EA(IUE W L rf ra Central Kitsap .............. 2 0. :10 2 Sequim ........................... 2 0 8 2 North Kitsap ................ i 0 16 2 West Bremerton ........ l. 0 6 2 Port Angeles .............. 2 I 16 1.8 Port Townsend ............ 1 1 12 9 North Mason ..... : .......... 0 2 4 20 South Kitsap ................ 0 2 10 18 Sheiton .......................... 0 3 3 12 Bainbridge .................... 0 0 0 0 East Bremerton .......... 0 0 0 0 l,atest Results West 6, Shelton 2 Port Angeles 10, South 6 Sequim 4, North Mason 2 Lincoln 2-8, East 1-2 (nit Chimaeum 7, North Mason 4 (nl). Port Townsend 4-4, Ferndale 2-9 (nl) Today, April 18 North Mason at Shelton West Bremerton took a strong yen to the lefthanded flinging of Shelton's sophomore Tim Rose, bombed him for nine hits and a 6-2 Olympic Leagne baseball vic- tory on Loop Field last Wednes- day. Once again an anemic Highclim- ber attack gave Shelton pitching little help five Singles constituting l the offense and only one run was earned. On the basis of earned runs the count should have been 3-1 as half the West tallies also were gifts. TIlE HIGIICLINIBERS were all sqtmre with the visiting Wildcats at the end of three framas, match- ing a pair of West first-inning runs scored on three sittgles and a sacrifice bunt, with solo mark- era in the first and third. Singles by Brian Snyder, Tom Wingard and Rose plated No. 1 While Wingard and Bill Smith singled with two away in the third and Tom tallied on aft error at first base on Rose's roller. West won it in the fourth with :a gift run, cored on an error, sacrifice bunt and double. A legi- timate tally in the fifth was pro- duced by a double and single while a Pair of unearned runs wound up the scoring in the sixth, scored on an error, triple and squeeze bunt. WINGARD PICKED up two of Shelton's five blows, while Duke and Harvey each hit a trio for West. Coach Chet Dombi'oski had to I juggle his lineup due to the ab-] sence of two of his senior outftel-I ders, A1 Wagner (working) and / Mike Sheedy (on a trip to Call-[ fornia). He played a pair of sopho-/ mores in their places, catcher Jim / Riehards and Ron Landis. J The Climbers are back in action CLIMBERS, 6-2 Last \\;veek's hen score: "WEST all r h.HEI,TON ab r h Duke rf .t 2 !)P('iers(m ss .3 0 0 l,li]ls 21) 2 (| 0 nyder :tl) 3 1 ] Kucinski .s ; I I Wimzard 21) 2 ] 2 Harvey 3h 4 1 a :ll}it}l cf 3 0 1 Shedwin cf ,t 0 1 Rose p 2 0 1 Jones ]b 3 0 OVhlmrsh p (I 0 0! Trudolle lb I 0 0* l.]ur,I ] 0 0i Farris If ,1 1 t ?lary lb 3 0 0 1 Holt e 3 1 0 i,an(lis If '2 0 0! Shale p 2 O I admm e 3 0 0 Nels(m p 0 0 0 liqmrds rf 3 0 0 'rnial ;0 6:10 Totals 26 2 5 a grounded out for Rose in 6th Scarc, hy Innings l West "2 0 0 1 1 2 0 ...... 6 hits 3 1 1 2 1 1 1--10 Shetton 1 0 1 0 0 0 0. 2 hits 3 0 2 0 0 0 0-- 5 SUMMARY: 3b-Duke, Farris. 2b- Kucinsli, Simte. Si-Mills 2. RBI- ]tarvey 2, Duke, Mills, Shcdwin, Shut(, Rose. E-Peterson, Snyder. SB-Duke, Holt. RRF-Rose 3, Shot( 1. SO-Shut( 7, Nelson 4, Rose 5, Whitmarsh 1. BB-Rose 2, ShaLe 1. B SQUAD CLADIS EAST TWICE, LOSES TO IVEST [ Highclimber B squad baseballers t righted a bad start to their 1963 I schedule last week by hammering[ out a double win over East Brem-I erton a day after an opening loss to West Bremerton the day before. After a 5-3 victory in the twin- bill opener, the Little Climbers fired their heavy salvos in a 9-1 after-piece starring the two-hit pitching of Jim L. Anderson and the 3-for-3 (including double and home run) biting of Milt Densley. ! In both games Coach Larry Weir's squad, chiefly sophomores, ; scored five runs in the first inning. Denny Bailey's home run with the bases full featured the first game spree and was all Leroy Bowman needed to win with his 3-hit piteh- ins. West's victory was by an 11-2 count. Both Shelton xms were driven in by Bailey,s ti'4ple in the fifth. Bailey had one safe bl0w in each of the three games. Densley had a total of four to top all Little Climbers swingers. The short scores: R H E West 0 0 5 0 0 5 1--11 6 2 Shellon 0 0 0 0 2 0 0-- 2 5 6 Batteries ..... Nelson and Kucinski; Bennett, Bell and T. Sheedy. RHE Shelton 5 0 0 0 0 0 0--5 3 4 East 0 0 0 0 0 0 3--3 8 6 Batteries -- Bowman and T Shee- y; Berensten and Kellogg . R. HE Shelton 5 0 3 0 1--9 9 0 East 1 0 0 0 0-= 1 2 4 Batteries--Anderson and Kadoun; Negard and Kellogg. iNrib Masm 022 000 0--4 11 5 Bulldogs Bounced By Cowboys, Wdves" ,Ba.eries- Sbellgro0n and .ack. aseh Nordb0r00" ...d ,n- Meet Shellon Today BELFAIR  lepton Mason's baseball team had continued poor luck, losing once to the Chimacum Cowboys and a second time to the Seqnim Wolyes ..... The Cowboys Dassoed a 7-4 de- cision over the Bnlldogs in non- league competition. NM pitchers yielded only four hits to Chima- cnm bnl: were unable to stop the valiant efforts of the Cowboys' Pat Kellen, who singled three times in four times at bat, and Glen Gould who drove in two Cow- boy runs with. singles. The Bull- (togs tallied a triple by Joe Caskey and doubles by Mike Hackett, Wayne Watson and George Wei- sel. Score by innings: , , , , H ,,, i The Wolves were given a scare last Thnrsday when the Bulldogs (0remanded the lead nntil the top half of the sixth inning. But then the Wolves' Don Swanson, Bob Wagner, and Chuck Chenault scor- ed singles. The runs came in on a Bulldog error. Cliff Echternkamp took over the pitching for the 'Wolves in ehe fourth inning and pitched e no-hit, no-run last ,four innings. He also tallied a .triple and two singles in foul" times at bat for the best all-ar0tlfld effo't  in the game. The Bulldogs' J0e Caskey and Don Shelgren scored in the first inning on a Sequim error. The only other hit was by third-base- man Rick Anderson in the same inning. Score by innings: : :i: RHE North l,Tason 200 000 0-- 2 3 4 ' Sequim 001 02 1--4 10 2 Batteries -- Miller and Dinovi; Hahn, Eehternkamp (4) and Che- nault. i" ,. 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Climbers Face Tough Cougar Cinder Squad Friday On Loop Field Rested by the Easter vacation dead-spot, Shelton's two title- contending track squads return to action this week. Coach Bob Sand's Highclimbers, fresh off two sparkling victories, tackle one of their most formid- able rivals for the Olympic league cinder crown this Friday after- noon when the Central Kitsap Cougars stalk onto Loop Field. The Cougars and the Climbers each clobbered East Bremerton by about the same margin in dual meets. Central also proved its title potential by finishing a tight second to Port .Angeles in the annual Port Angeles invita- tional meet two weeks ago. THE WINNER of tomorrow's cinder session will step into the circle of Olympic league favorites which now includes Port Angeles and West Brernerton. Coach Sand's cindermen have rollo - to one-sided triumphs over East r,cmerton and South Kitsap in their two mud-spattered meets so far. proving at least they can operate in heavy going. What they can do on a dry track is yet to be determined but that test could be coming Friday. One of the pleasant surprises to Coach Sand has been the way sophomore Jim Anderson is de- veloping in the pole vault. The Blazer grad sprung himself over the bar at 11 feet 6 inches against South early last week using a bamboo pole. THE CLIMBERS may find it tempting to look past tomorrow's action in contemplation of their own big event of the year, the third annual Shelton Invitational track meet scheduled for Saturday night. April 27. They hadn't better try it. for tim Cougars could ramble right past a Climber squad which isn't tending tenaciously to the brininess at hand. Yesterday just about press thne the Shelton Blazers were host- ing St. Martins freshmen in a junior high meet on Loop Field with their objective keeping a 23- straight dual meeting victory string going. They were strongly favored to do so. MEN'S COMMERCIAL W L Wingard's Sport Shop 37 19 Wilson Company ............ 34 22 Ziegler's Camera Shop 31% 24% B & R Oil ........................ 28 28 Ritner's Highballers .... 25 31 Gott Oil ............................ 23 , 32  Moose Lodge ................ 23 33 Verle's Sporting Goods 23 33 High games Rudy Lutz 225 Dean Perry 220 High series -- Chub Nutt 586. Ritner's 4 Chub Nutt 586. Verle's 0 ICharlie Dale 471) ; Wil- son Company 4 I Gene Lindberg 555). Moose 0 (Walt Tyynismaa 503); B & R 3 (Bab Stewart 572), Gott Oil 1 (Karl VanderWal 511); Wiugard's 3 (Don Pogreba 571) Ziegler's 1 (Rudy Lutz 574), >:.::.: COWLITZ CABLE CAtL Fish are givel a free ride from end of short ladder to top of Cowlitz cliffside, and then swim through a flunm into Iayfield Lake. It's part of the $4,000.000 facility In assist fish up, around and back down again past the dam. A "Venetian blind" oi-'10u(,er systemhetps tinyfish move downstream past Mayfleld Dam and power- hque. The Vrshaped, Structures near the surface of the lake are louvers !hich separate., the-fish froin :the water. Salmon, steelheafl and Qther species, then continue on their journey-.dowiistream from. the laRet0 " river. " ' " ' LAXLY) CUSHMAN' LODGE INTERIOR. In addition to this -new facility there are six new all-electric cabins; this has doubled the overnight accommoda- tions at this popular fislirg lake in the Olympic Ioilntalns near.'l-Iood Canal. Few Northwest lakes are blesed with the natural beauty surrounding MA Y F I E L D L i K E Our Newest Scenic Storehouse of Power rated one of the bet fishing lakeu' Beautiful Mayfield Lake, with 33 miles of scenic shoreline, is destined to become one of the primary tourist attractions in Southwest Washington. Accord- ing to Clayton Anderson, State Parks Director, Mayfield Lake will provide one of the most scenic and attractive state parks in Washington. Camping facilities for 1.200 persons are scheduled for the park, to be developed on a picturesque site provided by Tacoma City Light. Mayfield Lake will be a boating and fishing favorite. Already famous Kamloops, Rainbow trout and Silvers have been planted by the State Game Depart- ment. Four million dollars has been invested by Tacoma City Light at Miyfield for fish facilities to move fish up, around and back down again to pass Mayfietd Dam. Tacoma City Light urges you to visit this new lake in neighboring Lewis C panty County. And . . here's wishin' good fishin' . . . in our more than 10,000 acres of lakes---ushman, Alder md Mayfield. T A C O M A C I T Y H T HELPING TO BUILD A GREATER WASHINGTON ..