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Iu el IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Little League ck for bottom of the on to hand mlimbers their league starts 6-1. The i3obcats touched Shelton's pitcher Mike Johnson for three hits in the first. The leadoff batter hit a triple, Johnson hit one batter with a pitch, and two more hitters had IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Is 926. 2554. Rice Series: Helene (Won Klaus Hoepfner Klaus Hoepfner Hi Game: Linda Tibbets Hi Series: Linda Tibbets LLS ransfer 91/2; GRANGE Men's Hi Game: Lyle Auseth 198. Men's Hi Series: Ralph Simpson 503. Women's Hi Game: Verna Johanson 230. Women's Hi Series: Verna Johanson 490. Standings: Agate 37-27; Matlock 37-27; Shelton Valley 35-29; Southside 31-33; Pomona 30-34; Harstine 22-42. Shelton Valley 1, Joyce Olson 434; Pomona 3, Verna Johanson 490; Harstine 1, Everett Simons 417; Agate 3, Lyle Auseth 448; Southside 0, Jim Williams 446; Matlock 4, Ralph Simpson 503. May 309ERS' Fire Men's Hi Game: Jerry Mallory s & 224. for Men's Hi Series: Jerry Mallory 582. Women's Hi Game: Linda Hart 170. Women's Hi Series: Jean Temple 484. Standings: Don't Bees 34-18; The Lost Success 33-19; Redin' 32-20; Repeaters 30-22; Flunkies 27-25; Professors 251/2-261/2; Latecomers 24-28; Dunces 24-28; 26; Misfits 24-28; Scholars 21-31; Two L's 201/2-311/2; Diatoms 17-35. Redin' 3, Jerry Mallory 582; Repeaters 1, Lloyd Goodwin 405; Dunces 1, Ole Anderson 406; Don't Bees 3, Don Anderson 472; Lost Success 3, Jack Gaddy 432; Diatoms 1, Tom River 460; Two L's 4, Linda Hart 384; Scholars 0, Ralph Ervin 431; Flunkies 1, Dell Abelein 480; Latecomers 3, Rand Petersen 509; Misfits 1, Darrol Martin 386; Professors 3, Larry Lyle 492. ler r 472; O&J's vers 3, La Tibbits Series; Lmda Tibbits 33-23; Straf 27; 2O; singles. The Bobcats tallied another run in the second after a double, one in the fourth following another double and one more run in the sixth. Johnson was relieved in the fourth by Terry Knight who gave up the run in the sixth. Shelton scored its only run in the top of the fifth. Neal White led off with a single and was put out at second when Terry Knight hit into a fielder's choice. Jim Densley popped a single to score Knight. It was the second loss of the year to the Bobcats. In the last meeting, the Climbers had a no-hitter thrown at them and they lost 7-0. Shelton's season record now stands at 4-9 and the team is 2-7 in league. BOX SCORE ab r h bi Dorcy, Kevin 3000 Nutt, Mike 3000 Bacon, Bill 30 1 0 Long, Doug 2000 Makoviney, Duane 2000 Johnson, Poke 1 000 Krumpols, Ray 20 1 0 Shonkwiler, Ted 1 0 1 0 White, Neal 20 1 0 Redman, Robert 1 000 Knight, Terry 3 1 00 Johnson, Mike 1 000 Densley, Jim 1 0 1 1 WP- Mark McCauley, Aberdeen LP-Mike Johnson, Shelton 2b-Ted Shonkwiler, Shelton Card of Thanks The Shelton Coaches Association wishes to thank the many people who gave so generously of their time and energies to make the Eleventh Annual Shelton Invitational Track Meet another smoothly run success. Bill Brickert Meet Director Results & Standings IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Major League Won Lost Simpson Recreation 1 0 Mell Chevrolet 1 0 Gott Oil 1 0 WCC 0 1 Heinies Broiler 1 0 Miklethun Electric 0 1 IWA 0 1 Moose Lodge 0 1 SRA 1 5 Moose Lodge 3 Mells 1 0 Miklethun 7 Gott Oil 7 IWA 1 Heinie's 8 WCC 7 Coast League Won Lost Jarvis Oil 1 0 Merv's Tirecap 1 0 A&W 1 0 Morgan Transfer 1 0 Simpson Cr Union 0 1 Graystone 0 1 Kiwanis 0 1 Himlie Realty 0 1 Jarvis Oil 24 Simpson Credit Union 8 Merv's 16 Graystone 4 A&W 9 Himlie 6 Morgan Transfer 11 Kiwanis 10 Minor League Won Lost Shelton Foods 1 0 Verle's 1 0 Evergreen Fuel 1 0 Shumate Realty 1 0 Certified 0 1 MCFCU 0 1 Mike's McCulloch 0 1 Rayonier 0 1 Shelton Foods 41 Certified 23 Verle's 32 MCFCU 20 Evergreen Fuel 31 Mike's McCulloch 24 Shumate 27 Rayonier 26 MR. & MRS HANDICAP Final Standings Men's Hi Game: Harold Bibbee 234 Men's Hi Series: Harold Bibbee 603 Women's Hi Game: Margaret Bibbee 204. Women's Hi Series: Margaret Bibbee 518. Standings: Lake Cushman Sales Co. 821/2-49 l/z; Harrys Hoodsport Texaco 791/2-521/2; Molleys Belfair Tavern 751/2-561/z; J&J Service 73-59; Dicks Diggers 69-63; Jewel Pacific Belfair 671/2-641/2; Tyee WellDrilling 62V2-691k; Allyn Shell61-71i Von's Floor Covering 60%-711/2; Mud Bay Realty 571/z-741/2; Evergreen Florist 57-75; Sargents Oyster Co. 461/2-851/2. Lake Cushman Sales Co. 4, Harold Bibbee 603; Evergreen Florist 3, Lee Elmlund 417; Dicks men Score 12-0 Bombing North Mason pitcher Don Havens for 12 runs, Shelton's Highclimber diamondmen shot out the Bulldogs last week in nonleague play 12-0 on Loop Field. Terry Knight hurled for the victors. He gave up four hits, walked three and whiffed seven. Havens gave up seven hits and as many walks. Shelton scored six runs in the second inning. Neal White started the rally with a single. Jim Densley walked, Mark Johnson singled, Ray Krumpols smashed a first meeting it was 12-4. Mike Hagan, North Mason's ace hurler, did not start on the mound in either game. The first game saw him come in to relieve and strike out seven in a row. Neal White and Ray Krumpols both went two for three from the plate in the game. Krumpols had a double and a triple. BOX SCORE Shelton ab rh bi Knight, Terry 4 0 0 2 Krumpols, Ray 3 2 2 2 Hoosier, Steve 0 0 0 0 Dorcy, Kevin 2 1 0 0 DiggerSMud Bay'Realtyl Jim VonOstenl, Eldon ##t~ triple to drive in a pair of runs, Johnson, Mark 1 0 0 0 510; Sargents Oyster Co 1, Mel Kevin Dorcy walked and then Long, Doug Matson 429. Allyn Shell 1, Doug Long collected a home run Davidson, Pat l 1 1 2 Harvey Griffey 544; J&d Service ." n 1 2 I 1 It was nls second home ru ~T ........ 3, Jack Wheeler 488; Men s Floor or l~utt, lVllKe 1 0 0 0 against N th Mason this yearShonkwile Covering 3 Vernon BeesOno482; Herrel r, Ted 1 1 00 Harrys Hoodsport Texac 3, In the third, Elmer ....... wrote, real 3 1 2 1 George Wright 490; Tyee Wellwalked and Mark Johnson was D ' Drilling,.,0' De, Stormo 497; !!!;~:AOal~:nrelr:s~r~iH~rone! ii~Srii~:ii!~e~ai i i i Molleys Belfair Tavern 4, Dave L . Valley 526; Jewel Pacific Belfair nalves so 0, Ev LaBelle 567. n ; 40 ,a. WOMEN S COMMERCIAL " ~. -Johnson, Mark 3213 )'s"F'38 !6'. SmthWmen's Hi Game: CharleenDavidsonThe fourthwalk, frame saw rat Ve Ted Shonkwiler W~rcher'r-len Sonny 1 000 35 "9'; " 212. ry Kmght, Shelton Certi ~; Women's Hi Series: Toni Hallhit by a pitch, Neal White single LP~I~ 38; "I a~ 511. ~- .......A " on Havens, North Mason to score Uavla~uu a.u ~vtatr~ H hriftwa,, Chris Daniels 3-7-10 split. Johnson hit into an error that 3!R'-Dugb-Ra Long, Shelton --'~ Diane Campbell 4-10 split ....... i.. :t ...... ;.~. - ay Krumpols, Shelton ~art 59~ Final Stand ings: Certified resulted in ~,uu-,.~,. ......... ~. 2b Ra 562; ~; Manufacturing 92-40; Ogden'sShelton s last two runs were- y Krumpols, Shelton ren 4a~: Radio & TV 84-48; Ke y's tallied in the fifth when Ray North Mason :.er's 1 "~" Furniture 77V2-541/z; Fuller ,~iC. 3: -~" Construction 74Vz-57V2; Ming Tree Krumpols walked, was sacrificed _. nting, Jim 4010 Bu d b'" Mark Johnson'sDirkson, Dave 4000 .u, 1, C" 671/s-641/2; Brown Logging to secon x H O._s 3, j" 66V2-65V2 Timber Bowl 66-66;bunt a, nd scored on Pat or, averts,Don 2000 ~F. Minor Jim Pauley's 64Vv67V2; Gott's Davidsons single. Davldson later ~3mrk, Mike 3020 .tl. O i I e r e t t e s 58 V2 - 73 lk ; scored after a fielder s choice. H:iy, Rich 2000 - Lumbermen's 57-75; Eells & It was the second time in the ghtin, Jerry3000 JlseRIOclary V29alleY10,3. 55-77; Richfield Oil season that the Climbers have Ball, Tom 32010000 Louise K'Brwn Logging 4, Peg destroyed the Bulldogs. In the s:rdall-Jeff Clar,,nutzen 495; Lumbermen s 0, nee, Kon 3000 S.~ ~ Jackie Eichhorn 436; Timber ~nUrnach..Bowl 2, Barb Holt 486; Ming Tree m -~" 2, Dot Ahrens 457; Certified '~ ~- BUild.. Manufacturinq 4, Colleen Yorke ~in~.rUckn~" 509; Gott's O-ilerettes 0, Charleen ',-.~Y Con~ Smith 498; Jim Pauley's 1, Jean i,"Ler 31-2~:Ashley 466; Kelly's Furniture 3, i;-~4_0V2-29i~'. Toni Hall 511; Eells's & Valley 0, !~'~qz; TII"~ Sharon Phipps 399; Fuller l)la~;Hardly Construction 4, Chris Daniels -us Shel ~bU. Ogden's Rad o & TV 3, c 1 3 ' Marge Witcraft 472; Richfield Oil in ":' bOttle 1, Betty Gray 405 ~2~lP;heasant En~- ClaryWOMEN S CITY - k ; ~lary bbb.Women s Hi Game: 15ec y ;~' Millit~ Schreber 186. M~nell 0-4 Women's Hi Series: BeCKy ~ tlli~KOVine~ Schreiber 514. l.at,'~er 45~: Standings: Shelton Recreation .I}Gii~lnt454; 4024; Lumbermen's 33Vv30V2; ~3; ~r 1-3 Morgans 281k35V2; Millos 26-38 I; 3;~Ye Co' Morgans 3, Char Tobin 489; I. 1 LBal ~ Lumbermen's 1 Evie Eliot 437; Live on a Fairway.. ' TUev Millo's 4, Beck~/ Schreiber 514; New 3 bedroom contemporary on 5th fairway on ,L~ " CochranSheltn482.Recreation 0, Sonja $27,500.Alderbrk" 2 baths, beamed ceiling, huge deck, , "-,- 9.. 9,,. 9,..,1. 4- 4,...q Live on a Stream... I l ~ib:g;~om home at Belfair on 11,. acre. Union ,1t DOWLING LEAGUE: I owsthruproperty.$11,500. TART I Live With a Canal View. , , On a bluff at Holiday beach sweeping canal view 1 SOON --3 bedroom, 2 baths double lot unique home. $31,500. ' ' Ir. Thursday Trio K. , May 6.7:30 n.m. Trio'. !or :la l, May'10, 7:30 p.m.l ;Trio' :,ues la ,, May 1 1, 1 1 a.m. I , ,veal, lay 12, 7:30 p.m. " in- i terested in Mixed Leagues Call I !! , 426 8452 I HUNDREDS OF LITTLE LEAGUERS lined up on Callanan Field last Friday night when the opening night ceremonies were held. All of the players were introduced and a league-opening game followed. With the B class outscoring their opponents 87-8, Shelton Jumor High's Blazer trackmen won *heir third meet of the seaso~ by slaughtering Centralia 191 2/3 to 93 1/3 on Loop Field last Thursday. Each class won for the Blazers. The A class squeaked by 53-51, the B class assured victory with their 87-8 score and the C class tallied 51 2/3 points to Centralia's 34 1/3. In the A class, Dave Bradley was the only double winner for Shelton. He ran the high hurdles in 9.6 seconds to win and threw the shot 47'8" ~or another first. Steve Settle won the 100, Paul James the 330 and Ray Wiltman the discus for Shelton's other A class triumphs. Shelton's B class practically shut out Centralia altogether. The Blazers took all 11 firsts, eight seconds and eight more thirds. Shelton swept seven events. Charlie Earl, Dana Boelk and Paul Mortenson led the squad with two wins each. Earl won both the low hurdles and long jump. He leaped 18"6" in the latter event. Boelk won two weight events, the shot and discus. Mortenson mastered the field in the 440 and pole vault. Other B class winners were Randy Salisbury in the 100, Leonard Stolen in the 330, Marty Settle in the 180 and Mike Baze in the high jump. Lee Snellgrove was the meet's only triple winner for the Blazers. He won the low hurdles, the 180 and the shot. Randy Bostrom was a double winner, collecting wins in the 100 and pole vault Larry Baze in the high jump and Rick Dwyer in the 330 were the other C class winners. The C classers took eight of a possible ten first places and were beaten in seconds and thirds, but came out on top. The dual meet win gave coach Rich Korte's troops a 3-2 record for the season The victories have come over Elma, Hood Canal and Centralia. Results of the A class events follow: LH-Wuerth(C), Bradley(S), Althasure(C); 16.0. HH-Bradley(S), Fox(S), Alderson(C); 9.6. 100-Settle(S), Forest(C), Nelson(S); l 1.3. 1 80-Bieker(C), Brumbaugh(C), Davis(S); 20.5. 330-James(S), Foster(C), Fuller(S); 41.1. 880-Messenger(C), O'DelI(S), Strickland(S); 2:07. PV-Wuerth(C), Fox(S), Christian(C); 10'0". HJ-Blanchard(C), Wuerth(C), Davis(S); 5'4". LJ-Beaker(C), Nelson(S), Settle(S); 19'4". Shot-Bradley(S), Oling(S), Durgin(C); 47'8". Discus-Wiltman(S), Oling(S), Starr(S); 97'9". Relay-Centralia; 50.0. B class: LH-EarI(S), Firebaugh(C), Gordon(S); 13.1. 1 00-Salisbury(S), Molenaar(S), Boelk(S); 11.7. 180-Settle(S), Firebaugh(C), Robertson(S); 20.3. 330-Stolen(S), Snellgrove(S), Retledge(C); 44.8. 440-Mortenson(S), Krona(S), Hopper(S); 58.5. Relay-Shelton; 51.0. PV-Mortenson(S), LaMent(S), Stolen(S); 10'0". tt J-Baze(S), Shelton(S), Jones(S); 5'2". LJ-Earl(S), Settle(S), Gordon(S); 18'6 ". Shot-Boelk(S), Waldburger(S), Molenaar(S); 43'1". Discus-Boelk(S), Brewer(S), Schiit(C); 108' 1 ", C class events were: LH-Snellgrove(S), Carrington(S), Allwine(C); 15.3. 100-Bostrom(S), Hoel(C), Raynond(C); 13.6. 180-Snellgrove(S), Mordick(C), Hoel(C); 23.6. 330-Dwyer(S), Beckwith(S), Wineburger(C); 48.4. 50-Weurthy(C), Raymond(C), Schnitzer(S) and Farrell(S) and Mason(C) tied for third; 7.2. Relay-Shelton; 60.0. PV-Bostrom(S), Carrington(S), Kamin(S); 9"0". HJ-Baze(S),Mollerstuen(C), Bayer(C); 4'8". LJ-Mollerstuen(C), Wineburger(C), Beckwith(S); 15'1 ". Shot-Snellgrove(S), Johnson(C), Jack(C); 29'5". IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Bowling News IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII FRATERNAL Men's Hi Game: Lloyd Clark 234. Men's Hi Series: Lloyd Clark 621. Standings: Championship Bowl off. 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