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PAGE 6 SttELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAIN-Published in "Ohrstmatown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, R-GOHD TRYSophomore Jim D. Anderson flicked the bar off with his left knee in an attempt to set a new Highclimber pole vault record at 12 feet during last Friday's Shelton-Central Kitsap track meet. Jim cleared 11' 6" easily with his bamboo pole. He will compete in the vault in Saturday night's 3rd annual Shelton I nvitational meet. JUST LAYING THEREJun- ior Ron Orr appears suspend- ed above high jump bar but he was really moving fast in his effort to clear 5' 8" in this shot. Along with George Johnson, he will represent the Highclimbers in the high jump n Saturday's big invitational track meet LONG HAUL Senior Bruce Gardner was all alone at the fin- ish but still straining hard for every split second as he won the mile for Shelton agains t Central Kitsap Friday: Bruce will compete in this event Sat- urday in the invitational meet, running against a top-flight field of competitors, some of whom have bettered 4:30 this year. STR A t ii  N GSopbornere Tom- my Lowe graphically demon- strates the supreme effort he puts into the finish of the 220 yard dash as he breaks the tape in victory for Shelton during last Friday's track meet. He al- so won the 100, but a strained leg muscle will keep him out of Saturday's big invitational meet. BIGLEY LOFT WNS PIGEGH IHAUGURAL Paul Bigley won openifig hon- Ors as the Shelton Racing Pig- eon Club inaugurated its 1963 competitive season Sunday with an old bird ,,race from Kalama. Severity birds were entered from six lofts. Bigley's a.inner, a black cock, averaged 692A8 yards per minute for the 94.764 miles it flew-. and a black check cock at 676.08 ypm., Dean Smith had 4th and 7th with two black check cocks at 665.39 and 651.17, while the g & G Gripp loft took the 5th and 6th spots with a silver hen at 665.26 and a reel hen at 652.52. Smi{h Bigtey had 18 birds entered, entered seven, the Gripps eight. second only to Dick Giles' 26. L. 'E. JohnsO]l and Dean Cookston Giles entries finished second and had no reports from their seven third, a allver cock at 68739 ypm and four entries respectively, (lass Permeates 3rd Annual Invitational Track 00]azers $[Bge St. Martins, Hood Canal For 24th Straight Success It's two down and two to go for the Blazers seventh straight undefeated regular season junio high track schedule, now that St. Martins and Hood Canal joine forces to become the 24th conse- cutive victim of Coach Bill Brick- ert's eindm crew, The only contest Lo last week's cinder session on Loop Field was for second place, where the devel op;ng emergence of Hood Canal jumer higi] as an athletic power eegan to take form in the close rub it gave St Martins, 39 to 43Ve. Hood Canal out-scored St. Martin in both the A and C divisions, but a big goose-egg in the B ctio]: erased any chance for the runner. up spot. This is now the scoring went: A B C Total Shelto|l 691/z 50 48 1661/z St. Martin. 7 t/ 27 9 43 i/2 Hoc.l Canal 19 0 20 39 Ahead for the Blazers are Wash- ington at Olympia today and Hop- kins for Aberdeen here May 2. Praiseworthy efforts in last week's meet were Bob Johnson's 2:11.5 in the A 880. Mike Johnson's g.0 flat in the A 50 yard dash, Jim Biehl's 11.2 in the B 100, Chief C]ayton's 5-1 in the B high jump, and Collin Orr's 14.2 in the C low hurdles. Coach Brickert was also pleased especially with the 16.3 second place time in the A low hurdles turned in by Milt Schu- reacher, a husky football tackle The individual performances: CLASS A LOW HURDLES -- Bill Archer S. Milt Sehumaeher S, Mast SM. 16.0 100-YARD -- Ed Rogers S. Da Ragan HC. Jerry Marcy S. 11.4 50-YARD -- Mike Johnson S. Mike Carper S, Pearson SM 6.0. 880-YARD Bob Johnson S, Ragan HC, Elton Olsen S. 2:11.5 HIGH JUMP Dennis Phillips S, Skip Purvis S. Ragan HC all tied. 5-0. POLE VAULT -- Bob Miller HC. Mike and Bob Johnson S tied. 10-6. BROAD JUMP -- Archer S. Car- per S. Bob Erickson S and Peat'- son SM 'tied. 17-1. 180-YARD -- Roger Samples S. Purvis S, Yost SM. 20.7 WILSOlflAHS WOP 40 & 8 FOR TITLE Wilson Company bowolers blist- ered the Shelton Rec lanes for a 2934 pin count Monday night to breeze to a one-sided triumph over 40 & 8 in the men's city bowling league season championship play- off. Consistency marked the cham- pions performance with all five pinmen between 513 and 585. The latter was Bill Loving's count, on 235 opener, while Toad Ser- geant picked up in the second and third with 202 and 201 marks and a 559 series. Jack Bishop banged 550. Dan Wilson 547 and Allie Robinson 513. In the 40 & 8 camp, Fritz Neau led with a 574 followed by Bill Beseh at 559. Glen Roessel at 507, Gale Albrecht at 500 and Roy Kimball at 497. Wilson was the first half cham- pion, 40 & 8 the second half. DISCUS Miller HC, Lees SM, 3u3ch SM. 117.3. -;HOT Dave Gunter S. Rogers ;. Ron LeBresh S. 42-2A. L-gELAY Shelton M. Johnson. ]arper. Duckhem. Purvis). 50.5 CLASS B LOW HURDLES -- Rogers SN[, ,?rank Fulton S and Larry SchncJ- ]er S tied. 13.5. ?HGH JUMP -- Chief Clayton S. rim Olson S. Rick Marshall S. 5-1. 00-YARD Jim Biehl S. Thane :ucker S and Dorwart SM tied. 1.2 50-YARD - Dorwart SM. Jerry Brown S, Morta SM. 6.5 BROAD JUMP -- Dorwart aM. Rogei's aM. Mike LaRose S. .6-83/4. '.80-YARD Olson S, Moeta SM, Allan Swope S. 22.8 3HOT -- Duane Fagergren S, "Ro- ,ers aM. Dave Dethlefs S. 40-7 3/4 POLE VAULT Les Johnson S, Dennis Whiteaker S. Dave Bar- ett S. 9-3. RELAY---Shelton I Brown. Swope, Dtson Biehl). 54.0 CLASS C LOW HURDLES Collin Orr S. 2]eary aM, Chuck Grytness S. t4.2. BROAD JUMP David Rose HC. Cleary aM. Les Young S. 15-5V,. 100-YARD Buff Judah S. Larry Dick S. Cleary aM. 13.2 50-YARD Rose HC Ton]. Adams S, Sullivan aM. 6.6 75-YARD - Rose HC. Judah S, Joey Earl S. 9.4 POLE VAULT -- Rick Giles HC, Earl S, Curt Cheney S. 7-0 SHOT Jay Cook S, Eldon Allen S. John Boardman S. 29-6. HIGH JUMP -- Orr S. Mike Per- !{ins S, Whiteaker aM. 4-4. RELAY -- Shelton (Orr. Grytness, Earl, Adams). 59.5. 8RUSHPIGKERS NiP PINMEN FOR TITLE MAJOR LEAGUE ( Fin al ) W L Northwest Evergreen _25 191/ Timber Bowl .................. 25 20 LaBissoniere Agency..._25 20 Jim Pauley Ink ............ 24 21 Dan's Nite Hawks ........ 23] 211/ Olson's B&B Shop ........ 12 33 High games---L. L. McInelly 237. Rawlin McInelly 231, Bill Beseh 221. High series--L. L. McInelly 583. Northwest Evergreen emerged from the 5-team jungle clutching the Major league bowling cham- pionship Friday night by virtue of: 1--It's own 2-I victory over last place Olson Barber & Beauty Shop (Lynn White 546 with Jim Ar- cher's 568 setting the pace; 2 Jim Pauley Inc.'s 2-1 triumph over Timber Bowl (L. L. MeInelly 583-237) paced by Charlie Sav- age's 571) ; 3---LaBissoniere Agency's 2-1 success against Dan's Nite Hawks Dick Gardner 556) behind Start Ahlquist's 565 pace. The brush-pickers meet Timber Bowl, 1st half champs, now in a play off. GIVING HIS ALL 2 Senior weightman Gary Combs puts everyhting he can into a discus throw during last Friday's Slelton-Central Kitsap track meet. He won to remain undefeated this season. He will represent the Highclimbers in both the discus and shot Saturday in the 3rd annual Shelton Invitational track meet. COUGARS FALL TO HIGHGLIMBER POWER00 NORTH NEXT OH SHELTON TRACK SLATE Joe Waters. Gary Combs and Tommy Lowe each triumphed twice as they paced the Shelton Highelimbers to a surprisingly one i'ded 88-30 Olympic League track success over Central Kitsap here Friday. The Climbers lost only two of the 14 events, swept the high hurdles, high jump and pole vault earned first and second in the I00 and shot put, and placed two competitors in the quarter, half, mile. low hurdles and broad jump. In only the 220 and discus did they place only one competitor and in each case that man was the winner. Only the 440 and broad jump fell to the visiting Cougars, who had been expected to give the Climbers a fairly rough go. THIS NRIDA the Climbers head for North Kitsap for a final tune-up befoze hosting their third annual Invitational meet Satur- day night on Loop Field. Waters turned in the day's best mark when lie skimmed the 180- yard low hurdles in 21.8 seconds. He also won the highs in 17 flat. and finished a good day with a lead-off lap on the victorious 880 yard relay Learn. Combs won both weight events, Lowe both the spriflts. Gary shov- ed the shot out 46' 3" and sailed the discus 147' ,". Tommy took the century in 10.7 and the 220 in 23.8. Another fine mark was tum]ed in by sophomore Jim D. Anderson when he won the pole vault at 11'6". Ite tried for a school record at 12' bat missed narrowly, mainly because he didn't have a pole long enough. He was jumping with a bamboo stick, which after being set in the socket, was barely 11 feet high. 5im Lamont and Steve Archer helped make it a sweep. IN THE HIGH JUMP George Johnson. Gregg Souliere and Ron Orr all topped 5'6Ve" but John- son got the nod on fewer mis- ses. Two other Climbers, soph- omores Rich Wyatt and Duane Wilson, cleared 5'5". The high hur- dle sweep was accomplished when Jim Rutledge and Paul Sheller chased Waters across the line. Most thrilling finish of the day was in the mile relay, where an- chorman Jim Lamont, passed on the turn. fought back to win by a foot or two in a driving fin- ish. The 3:50.2 time was pretty de- cent, as was the 1:38.2 run by the half mile relay quartet, in which Terry LaBissoniere ran away from his rival anchorman in -the final lap. The results: 120 HIGH HURDLES-Joe Wa- ters S, Jim Rutledge S, Pul Shel- ler S. 17.0. 100 YARD--Tom Lowe S, Ter- ry LaBissoniere S, Williams CK. 10.7. 880 YARDBrian Brh'kert S, Tarby CK. Mike Brickert S. 2:07.2. 440 YARD--Williams OK. Paul Brown S. Jack Bryant S. 54.4. SHOT PUT--Gary Combs S, Bill Batstone S, Knighton CK. 46'3". 180 LOW HURDLES Waters S. Campana CK, LaBissoniere S. 21.8. 220 YARD- Lowe S, Dean CK, Green CK. 23.8. BROAD JUMP Dean CK. Geo. Johnson S, Jim Sells S. 20'4". MILE-Bruce Gardner S, Knut- son CK. Jim Rice S. 4:50.2. POLE VAULT Jim D. Ander- son S, Jim Lamont S. Steve Ar- cher S. 11'6" DISCUS Combs, S, Recce CK, Goforth CK. 147' /". HIGH JUMP--Johnson S, Gregg ............. Souliere S, non Orr S. All 5' 6] '', Johnson winner Oil fewer misses. MILE RELAY Shelton {Tim Schnitzer. Fred Lamont. Jim Rod- gers. Jim Lamont). 3:50.2. 880 RELAY Shelton (Waters, B. Brickert, Brown, LaBissoniere/. 1:38.2. 22 Schooli, Over 200 Enter Shelt0n Classic More than 200 athletes repre- i sentmg 22 schools, and possibly more. will swarm over Loop Field I this Saturday to compoe the clas- siest entry list yet in the history of the Shelton !ni.xtic:.c.: t:'ack I meet. ..Coach Bob O'Jnd, f::/:"cr o th(' I meet. has been sv-mped with an(, I deeply thrilled by the nn:,nr:i;lg re- sponse to the third annual iw" - tional meet. which will be held un- der the lights at Loop Field Sat- urday night Field events will start at 7:00 o'clock, running events at 8:00 p.m. BUT MUCH of the finest com- petition will take place during the afternoon preliminaries which trill be necessary to narrow the field to a size which can be handled on the six-lane track. The elimina- tions will be held in the sprints and hurdles, starting at 2:00 p.m. Among the competitors are some of the best track athletes in the state, and many of them wilt be going to the state meet in Pull- man next month. Outstanding, for example, is Bert Barto. the Mercer Island half-miler who last year won the Shelton Invitational 880 and then went on to set a new state record at Pullman at 1:53.1, a mart{ which tied the national junior rec- ord for the 'event. But Barto will be pressed, so classy is the field. A BRIEF RUNSDArN on each of the 14 events probably will tell the story best on the quality o1 the athletes who will display their talents on Loop Field Saturday. HIGH HURDLES (18 entries)- Bob Mays, Hudson's Bay 14.4: Hurk Bain. Fort Vancouver, 14,7; Tom Guglomo. Kelso. 15.1. LOW HURLES (21 entries)-- Mays, 20 flat: Ron O'DeI1. Mt. Si 20.6; Larry LeBrie, Lake Wash- ington, 20.6; Gary Drager, Mer- cer Island, 20.7; Bain, 20.7; and several others under 21 seconds. 100-YARD (17 entries) Gary Langhans, Aberdeen, 10 flat: Bob Oar, Aberdeen. John Easter, Ab- erdeen, and Larry Osborn. Hud- son's Bay, all 10.1. 220 16 entries} Osborn 22.1; Langhans, oar, Tim Hudson of Centralia, all at 23 flat. 440 (13/ Jere Van Dyk, Hu d - son's Bay, 50,2; Jim Boora, Ab- erdeen, 51.9. 880 (14/ Barto and Terry Tack. Kelso, 1.58. MILE (18)--Tom Harmon. Mer- cer Island, 4:24.5 (he woff here last year); Steve Salins. Mercer- Island, '4:31; Steve Sampson, Ho- quiam, 4:39. MILE RELAY (14)--Mt. Taho- ma, 3:30 (won last year, has en- tire team back), Lake Washington, 3:37, 880 RELAY Bay, 1:33.5 West Bremertom 1:35. SHOT PUS vary, Long, 56 son, Aberdeen, DISCUS (2l Larry Sukovaty, niuk, POLE VAULT er, Long, 13- year) ; Doug ington, 12-6. HIGH Laughlin, Lake Randy Fiorito,. Ross. A b Leary, St. BROAD entralia, ahoma, 20. Vancouver, Tom Nelson, The 22 in entries by second with 21 halls I, Fort quiam 14, 9, Lake Long 9, Mercer sano 2, Mt. St, North KitsaP 1L insula 8, 8, South ton 12. Shelton'a .Toe iere, 10w Brian her, mile; Jim AnderSon Lamont. pol son and jump. Bill's Shell Prepp's Kimbel Motors Olympic I RalptT s Timber Thurston Co. Old Savings land ken 569) U 3 Stan I (t 3 (Lee Motors HOUSE OF AT 321 COTA ST;" OFFERING Machine & hand Knitting * Studio Knitting Machine o play and demonstrated weeNY ,EATTLE SEAFAIR'S RULING MONARCHS, for the Mason County Forest Festival parade Cecil H. McKinstry, Neptune Rex XlII, and on May 25. Queen 4f the Seas Gall Reid will be in Shelton I I jkqu:] Follies, held nightly in Se- ]4th SEATTLE SEAFAIR PRESENTS .tile's outdoor lakeside showplace WiDE VARIETY SEATTLE (Special) .... A. gigan- !c smnmertinw fun festiwfl--the 14th annual Seafair celebration .... is being readied to take over ,here the World's IS'ar left of by focusing the attention of the nation's tourists on this maritime city. It was thought that Seattle cf " o ' might flattm-out after the multi million dollar Fair closed its doors last fall, but Greater Seattle, Inc., a veteran ci.vic promotion organ- ization, unveiled plans for a sum- mer season that include, in addi- tion to the colorful 10-day Sea- fair extravaganza, top-flight mus- ical productions and name Holly- wood and Broadway entertain- ment. SEAFAIR WILL GET under way August 1 and run through August 11 with the rich Seafair Trophy Race for unlimited hyd- roplanes asthe exciting climax," OF ENTERTAINMENT .... the Aqua Theatre. Moonlight nights, shimmering water, and a bevy of beautiful dancers and swimmers provide a delightful framework for singing stars of stage and television. Although Seafair's 10 days are jam-packed with activity, many of Greater Seattle's best summer pro- granls occllr earlier in the vaca- tion season. Three hit musical shows, headed by Gretchen Wyler in "Bye, Bye Birdie", are slated for the Aqua/Theatre. Show business has to share the summer spotlight with a varied sports program, which includes a pi.e-season pro-foetball game in the University of Washington Sta- dium. And a full season of baseball by the Seattle Rainiers of the Pacif- ic Coast League, and a rich horse- The water spectacular will bring the nation's fastest racing boats to Seattle's Lake Washington in a thrilling test of speed and endur- ance. Speeds up to 180 miles per hour are e(mmtonplace in this ev- ent. But, l)efore, the race, the mtold tens of thousands of tourists, as, well as Seattleites, gorge them- selves on a menu that spans a myriad of events from archery to water skiing. 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