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P&amp;GE 6 BOBCATS [EEP 00t|VITATI00fl00iL CROWH AGAIP.ST TOP TALENT In a field so packed with talent  Bremerton 2. Orting 2. Hoquiam Lhat 13 out of 14 Loop Field rec- ords were broken, the achieve- ments of Highclimber trackmen in the third annual Shelton Invita- tional track meet made small im- pression Saturday night. Yet they deserve special men- tion While Lhe powerfui Aberdeen Bobcats were racing to their third straight Invitational team title on 37 accumulated points, the Climb- era trailed in ninth place in the 244ctmol pack with 4% tallies, This ia what it took to get them, so talented was the competition: GEORGE JOHNSON high jump- ed 5'8", the best leap of his life, to tie for third place behind South Kitsap's Wayne Foster, who went six feet even for a new record: PAUL BROWN, holding the bead for 800 yards, ran a 2:01.5 half mile and got only 4th place behind the record-breaking 1:59.1 set by Mercer Island's BarL Bar- to. In this same race Shelton's Brian Brickert was 5th at 2:01.7 his best time: BRUCE GARDNER knocked 14 seconds off his best previous top time yet rated only 4th in the mile with his 4136.1 behind the brilliant Tom Harmc of Mercer Island at 4130:5: JOE WATERS came within an eyelash of matching the Shelton school record in the low hurdles yet finished 4th in the record- breaking 20.7 run by Mr. Si's Rick Odell. The only mark which stood un- tracked through Saturday night's cannonading was that of the high hurdles, where the 15 flat set by Tony Pasckvale of Aberdeen in 1961 was missed by twq-tenths of a second by Bab May of Hudson s Bay. Outstanding performer of the meeL was Aberdeen's muscul'ar, mercury-footed Gary Langhans. He won both sprints and the broad jump with record performances and ran a lap on Aberdeen'sWic- _torious. record-setting alf-mile relay team. Jim Sukovaty of R. A. Long (Longview) was a double winner and double record-smasher in Lhe weights. He topped 8 brilliant dis- cus field, which lived up to all ex- pectations with the four place win- ners all passing 160 feet. Sukovay reached: 16R'10. His shot mark was 53'71/ ''. The team scoring---Aberdeen 37: 2. Elma 2, Auburn 2. Mt. Tahoma I%, St Martins I. Centralia 0, Montesano 0. North Thurston 0, Peninsula 0. The individual scoring: 100--Langhans A. Easter A. Williams EB. Oar A I0.0 (Prev- ious record 10.2. 220--Langhans A, Oar A. Os- burn HB. Denbo Auh. 22.2 (PR 22.6). 440--Van Dyk HB, Boora A, Sturn H, Zimmer NK. 51.2 (PR 53.4. Previous field record 52.6 by Roy Buzzard, Shelton}. 880---Barto MI. Anderson L, Brunaugh 0. Paul Brown Sh. 1:57.1 PR 2!01.3). MILE--Herman MI. Salins MI, Hensler HB, Bruce Gardner Sh. 4:30.5. (PR 4:30.7. 120 HIGH HURDLES--May HB, LeBrie LW, Weber LW, Reisner 0. 15.2 (PR 15.0). 180 LOW HURDLES--O'Dell MS. LaBrie LW. May HB, Joe Waters Sh. 20.7 (PR 21.3}. 880 RELAY--Aberdeen (Lang- hans. Oar, Easter. Boors), Hud- son's Bay, Mt. St, East Bremerton and Lake Washington tied. 1:33.5 (PR 1136.7). MILE RELAY--Lake Washing- ton (Gollofon, Packebush. Rey- nolds, MoyerJ Ft. Vancouver. W. Bremerton. Auburn 3131.2 (PR 3140.5). SHOT PUT--Sukovaty L. Han- son A, Williams NK. Kuhns A. 53' 71%". (PR 52' 3"). DISCUS Sukovaty L. Katyry- niuk Ch, Warwick A. Hanson A. 163' ]0j ''. IPR 151' 9 3/4". Prev- ious field record 160' 6" by Des Koch Sh). BROAD JUMP Langhans A, Embry 0. Oppelt E. Wilson SM. 21' 2". (PR 20' 11 3/4"). HIGH JUMP---Foster SK, Me- Laughlin LW, George Johnson Sh and Endicott MT tied 6' 0". (PR 5' 10"). POLE VAULT-Fisher L and Stewart LW tied. Fisher winner on fewer misses: Strandberg 0, Buhl EB. 12' 6". PR 12' 3"), Silva Foxes Outsmar! Maintenance In Rolloff Corky Dickinson led the Silva Foxes to the gayonier Research bowling league championship ,Tdesay nicht will] a 541 series SHELTON--IVIASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- i I Sund Experiments! CLlilBERS CLOUT Vfl(ll00G$ Track Team Tram#es Per| Angeles; 00ombs Leads Poin! Makers Shelton retained its unbeaten status in Olympic League track competition by handily conquer- ing Port Angeles, 74-53. in the Peninsula city Tuesday. Wthout straining, Coach Bob Sand's Highclimbers won 11 of 5 events, including the javelin, to which they are little accus- tomed. Senior weightman Gary Combs won it at 159' 9A '' as well as the discus at. 146' 1". He was second in Lhe shot to become Shel- ton's leading scorer for the day. No other Climber won more Lhan a single event. Best pmormance of the day probably was Brian Brickert's 2:04.5 victory in the half mile with no one pushing him in the least. Senior miler Bruce Gardner turned in a very creditable 4:40.8 also without serious competition, and the same can be said for Paul Brown's-53.5 in the quarter. Friday the Climbers go to Brem- erton to engage in the qualifying meet with West and South. A similar qualifying event takes place at Port Angeles with East, North and Central participating with the host Roughriders. The top three in each running event, four in the field events, qualify for the district meet at Lake Wash- ington the following week. Tuesday's placings: 120 HIGH HURDLES--Peacock PA. Joe Waters S, Aardahl PA. 16.0. I00-YARD--Terry LaJBissoniere S, Denny PA, Pendergras PA. 10.7. 880-YARD--Brian Briekert S, Waite PA. Jones PA. 2:04.5. 440-YARD Paul Brown S, Lentz Robinson S, Dilling PA. 53.5. 180 LOW HURDLES--Waters S, LaBissoniere S, Boni PA. 21.7. JAVELIN Gary Combs S, Pearman PA. Watha PA. 159' 91A '' SHOT PUT Gossage PA, Combs S. Dean PA. 47' 5". 220-YARD -- Tommy Lowe S, Pendergras PA, Peterson PA. 24.3. POLE VAULT--Jim Lamont S, Goodwin PA. Rice PA. 11' 0". MILE Bruce Gardner S, Mike Brickert S, Bell PA. 4:40.8. MILE RELAY--Port Angeles (Williams. Pearman Aardahl, A1- wine). 3144. 880 RELAY Shelton (Waters, B. Brickcrt, Brown, LaBissoniere). 1:38.1. -BROAD JUMP--Ditlefson PA. GcorKc Johnson S. Paul HallS(Hi S. 18' i11/2 '' Published in "COhristmastown, U.S.A.", ShelLon, Washington Against North Kitsap's anemic[ BROAD JUMP (h'orvc John opposition. Coach Bob Sand took .,(m S, ells . Panl Han'(m N advantage of the opportunity to 17' 10". MILE - Swanson NK. :liae Briekcrt ,% Tracy NK. 4:51.3. POLE VAULT .- Jim L',.unon S, Jim AndcrsolI S. Edelbhd.c NK. do some experimenting lasL Fri- day as his Highclimber tracl4 team ian off and hid from the Vikings, 90-36. at Poulysbo in an Olympic League meet. The Climber coach stepped his long runners down a notch and got excellent returns on his gambles. Bruce Gardner. normally a miler, ran the half and won in the fine time of 2:07.2 without being push- ed. HALF-MILER Brian Brickert dropped down Lo the quarter .and breezed home with a 53.8 victory, and quarter-miler Paul Brown re- treated to the 220 for a 25.3 tri- umph, with only -one opponent to beat. Tommy Lowe. the normal No. 1 220 man. was out with leg mus- cle troubles and didn't compete in either sprint event. His shadow in both, fellow sophomore Terry LaBissoniere, won the century in 10.8 and ran second to senior hur- dle star Joe Waters in the short- ened (to 120 yards) low sticks. Meanwhile. sophomore Mike Briekert, who has been running the half mile on occasion, moved up to the mile and took a com- mehdable 5:06.9 second spot behind North's ace, Swanson. THE CLIMBERS were also in- troduced to the javelin for the first time this year and grabbed the first two places on Gary Combs' 158' 4" toss and Joe Wat- ers' 154' 4" heave. Other than the mile, the only event the Climbers failed in which Shelton's No. 1 entry Combs was withheld to win was Lhe shot put. A unique tie in the discus gave North a half share in a third blue ribbon. The scoring: 120-HIGH HURDLES Joe Wat- ers S, Wilson NK, Erickson NK. 16.4. 100-YARD DASH Terry La- Bissoniere S. Zimmer NK, Jim Sells S. 10.8. 880 YARD Bru(, Gardner S, Yeager NK, Beebe NK. 2:07.2, 440 YARD -- Brian Brickert S, Zimmer NK, Raught NK. 53.8. 120 YARD LOW HURDLES -- Waters S, LaBissoniere S, Erick- son NK. 14.5 SHOT PUT -- Williams NK. BiIF-atstone S, Fred Lament S. 50' 101A". 220 YARD DASH Paul Brown S, Hart NK. No 3rd. 25.3. z o MILE IELA Nhelton (Ja('l .Bryant. Jim Rodgers. Fred La- :nonL. Jim Lamont,. 3:51 JAVELIN --- Gary Combs S. Waters S. Ede!l)hRe NK. 158' 4". HIGH JUMP Ron Orr ,% t-nson S, Jehnson S. all 5' 4". of :ler on basis of fewer mis:ms. DISCUS-- -Combs S ,,nd Wil- liams NK tied. Ed Latham < t41  9". 880 RELAY .... Shelton (Gard- ner. B. Brickert. Waters. Brown l. 1138.1. BELL RIOERS 5 ZONE AWARDS Bell Riders claimed five awards at the Pacific Zone Jamboree held at Lhe Thurson County Posse Grounds recently, in which many clubs in this zone competed. Joan Hunter took second in Western Pleasure and fourth in the bottle cap race, Jim Hunter earned third in bareback equa- tion, Darrell and Shirley Williams Look third in Lhe team flag race and fourth in the potato race Bell Ridors were well represent- ed among the spectators too--Ray Sharpe, the Ben Williams. the John Holtorfs. the Jim Taylors, Lhe Jim Hunters, Ed Carney, Vel- ma-and Judy Hedrick, Willie and Connie Greenfield. maybe others. Next Bell Riders meeting is this Friday with the Hunters and Hol- toffs serving. Next project, the Forest Festival show May 25 at the Posse Grounds near the air- port. Patrons Pack Off Title In Grange Pin P00a00-off Tom Olson burned a 526 series to pace he Patrons o victory over Agate (Max Mikkelsen 496 in tbe Grange Bowling League playoff Monday night. The final connt in total pins was 2081 to 1949. The league's post-season dinner will be held at Agate Grange this Saturday night. JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL Shelton 10. Jefferson 2 Washington 8, Dupont 4 Washington 5, Jefferson 2 Central Kitsap 5, West 0 INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE tfinal 2nd half) W L Lumbermen's Mere ....... 48 16 Canteen .: ............................ 40 2"4 Pantorium Cleaners ........ 36 28 Shelton Motors ............. 32% 31 20th. Cent. ThriftWay .-g0 33% Clary Trucking ................ 30' 33V2 CLIMBE00 NETMEH LOSE TO WOLVES Victors. only once each in the :--ingles and doubles, tile High- elimbe tennis Learn suffered a 5-2 defeat al the hands oI outh I(it- :.ap in Olympic league play lasL .eek. }.(,.n Knecl',.nd. in the No. 4 singlea spot. and /he team of Loren Cee and Phil Kramer m /.he No. ] doubles, were Stlelton winners. The emdts: 4hL--"i(,s -SLeve Pa]-n]lev t SKI kff. Mike Carte ,S). 3-6. 6-1; }to, yard Bickte , SK) def. Tim Car! (Si. (i-4. 6-1; Tom Sellers SK) def. Glen Hbbard , S), 1-6, 7-5. 14-12: Ken Kneeland iS) def. Chuck Vqilley (SK 6-3. 6-0; ?like Boucher (SK, def. Phil Kra- n]er (S 5-7. 6-I. 6-1. I)mDIIc:+- Parmley-Bickle (SK) def. Carte-Carte (S,. 8-6. 6-0: Kramer-Loren Gee (St def. Willey- Jim Godden (SK). 6-0. 6-2. 5 Quali|y For BPAA J00nior Zone Finals Five Shelton junior bowlers eomp!eted the first step on the path to the second annual na- tinoal BPAA junior championships last week at the Timber Bowl. Eldon Todd led the way wiLh 1163 aggregate in mx games, fol- lowed bq Ken Kneeland at 1057, Claude Cook at 1035. AI Bezley at 1032 and Peg Bloomfield at 1019. These five will bowl in the zone finals in Olympia in a house yet to be chosen by the bowling pro- prietors association. Hot.Rod Enihusiasts Te Form Car Gluh Here Anyone over 18 interested in joining an NHRA sponsored car club in this area is invited to attend a meeting next Monday night, May 6. at 7:00 o'clock in the PUD 3 auditorium. Guest speaker will be Joe Duffey, regional director for the Sports Car Club of America and long-time hot-rod enthusiast. PREP TIACK SCORES Shelton 74. Port Angeles 53 North 68. East 59 Shelton 90. N. Kitsap 36 South Kitsap 63%, E. Brem. 54 % Central Kitsap 61 , Port Ange- les 601/,'_,, Bainbridge 29. Forks 11 Port Angeles 93V, North Kit- sap 33, SLadimn 77. Wilson 47. South Kitsap 37 Raymond 76/,. Chehalis 571/3 Winlock 54 1/3. White Pass 8 1/3. tZoclester 5 Elma 98. Montesano 33, Wish. Use Journal Want P00ds kai00 1.. Aber'deen 70. Hudson's Bay 53 Thursday, 25th Consecutive Victory! BLAZERS HUZZLE BUL Domim,.nce in the Clas, A ev- POLE VAULT entq cam'led the Shelton Blazers '..:Vltilce Johnsoa to thei] 25th consecutive du:]l-. 10' 0". triangular junior high track tri- .PAR.GAD JuMP umph in Olympia last week. la8- Carper N, .0. over the WashingLon Bull- 50 YARD M. dogs. h)lo W. MeClarty h'l]e Blazers won the A eompe- 830 YARD tilion by a iG-28 ma]gin the C O!sen S, ,iu events by a light 40-37. and trail- 180 YARD ed in the B skimishiP.m 45-32. Y"urvis S. h, erson Coach Bill BriekeUs proteges RELAY -- \\;JO]l sevell cf h"  " q,,)n,q -7.,!iil son Carpel-. Bob Johnson doublin - ,n in tile 880 and pole - _". .... . :,.7 7 '.:.df CLASS B  WaSh- ]nile was e;pec:"lly noteworthy HIGH JUMP and Wollld have v./on n _., sen- (lief Ctaytoa ior high school races. 10". Collin Orr was another twin SHOT PUT winner for the Blazers. taking two S. Clayton S. of the four firsts Shelton captured LOW in the C Division. the high jump Frank S, and the low hurdles. In the B div- POLE ision Shelton won only two of the Dennis nine events-the high jump by son S. 9'6". Jim Olsen and the shot put by 100 Duane Fagergrem Chief Clayton S. Thane Ruekcr was second in both those events. 50-YARD- The scoring by classes: Brown S and BROAD CLASS A -- Shelton 66, Wash. 28 Biehl S, DISCUSS .... Dave Gunter S, 180 YARD Siegrist W. John Vonlmf S. 110' W, Estey W. 5". RELAY HIGH JUMP - Skip Purvis S, Dennis Phillips S, no 3rd. 5'0". CLASS C 120 LOW HURDLES --- Good- HIGH JUMP rich W, Bill Ar('lZel- S, Mill Sclm- Larry Dick S, JaY reacher S. 15.7. POLE VAULT 100-YARD Saibel W, Ed Curt Rogers S, Mike Carper S. 11.0. BROAD SHOT PUT .... Saibel Vq. Rog- Steve Tibbitts ers S, Guntcr S. 44'6" LOW man W, Chuck 100 YARD Judah S, Mclr Junior Travelers, 4t5 SHOT pUT %V, Lund W. In ,Rrainbell Pin League 50 Y Adams S, Victors by a 3-1 margin in their 75-YARD final match. Shelton's entry in i('om S, the Rainbelt Junior Traveling RELAY -- bowling league finished in fourth place Sunday at Chehalis, Reid Preppernau's 551 series HEW paced Shelton's scoring. Other team members were Ray Barring- F'RI. - S/ ton 439, Bill Kneeland 383, Ken One corn Kneeland 434 and Claude Cook -- OpenS 490. Olympia Dog Show Is Sunday The Olympia Dog Fanciers As- sociation is presenting its annual dog show Sunday at the Thurs- ton County Fair Grounds at Long Lake. Judging for the show and the obedience trial start at 9 a.m. and continue throughout the day, con- cluding with the selection of the "best in show" dog in the after- noon, There are 601 dogs enterec in the show. Lake Washington 19, Hudson's As second half champs, the Bay 19, Long 18. Mercer Island Foxes were matched with Main- 13. Mt. Si 7. Olympia 6. South tenance in the championship ser- Kitsap 5. Shelton 4V,, EasL Bre- ies. Don Woods led Maintenance merton 3, Fort Vancouver 3, with a 475 series. The Foxes held Chehslis 3, North Kitsap 3, West a 2647 to 2530 edge in total pins. $ A V DISCUS- Combs S, Hedrick PA, Peacock PA. 146' 1". HIGH JUMP--Ron err S, Shamp PA, Ditlefson PA, 5' 0". PREP BASEBALL SCORES Shelton 7, North Mason 0. South Kisap 4. Shelton 3 North Kitsap 3. Port Angeles 2 Sequim 5. Pt. Townsend 0 Bainbridge 18, North Mason 0 East 9. Central 4 WesL 3-2, Mt. Tahoma 0-1 Vashon 11. North Mason 3 Centralia 8, Olympia 1 Aberdeen 6, Hoquiam 5 Elma 2-10, Winlock 1-0 Olympia 6, Morris 5 Aberdeen 11, Centralia 5 Hoquiam 3, Elms 2 Hoquiam 4, Morris 2 Montesano 4-1, Rochester 1-0 Elma 4-10, Tumwater 8-0 Olympia 8, North Thurston 7 West 9. East 3 North 9, Bainbridge 4 /____ Cole's Mobil Service ...... 22 42 Morgan Transfer .......... 16A 47 High games Walt Elliott 236, Ray Rice 222. High serYes--Ray Rice 583. Lumbermen's Mercantile and Canteen squared off as respective second and first half champions to settle the men's Industrial league bowling title last night. Second half finales last week wenL like this: Shelton Motors 4 tEd Dunbar 577), Pantorium 0 /Ken Fredson 531/; Cole's, 3 (Jack Frost 537),. Morgan (Al Johnstom Wiley Surratt 577); L. M, 3 (Bob Miller 571), Canteen 1 I Joe GaLchell 506); 20th Cent- ury 3 (Ray Rice 583), Clary 1 (Wayne Clary 535). Townsend 2-0. 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