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el lazers in Thrashing oquiam' rac ual High's Blazers first. He was also second in the class. Earl took the low hurdles in Shot-Bradley(S), Oling(S), meet of the low hurdles. 13.5 and long jump with a Pellagrini(H); 51'2". lnAberdeen Paul James ran the 330 in 17'81A'' leap. Settle won twoDiscus-Pellagrini(H), This Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the Shelton Athletics will sponsor the sixth annual Shelton Invitational Fast Pitch Tournament. There are fourteen Olympia Senators meet Petschl's of Seattle. This tourney features such teams as Pay 'N Pak from Auburn, the I 970 regional champions: the Olympia Senators, ttawley's host Athletics will bat: shortstop Jimmy Wilson, leftfielder Bob Tobin, first baseman Rick Myer, centerfielder Bob Miller, catcher Harry Leon. winner of the Pay 'N Pak of Portland - J & J Pub of Seattle game. The locals' first contest will start at 1:00 p.m. Saturday at Callanan. ~) , ,, Hopkins 40.1 for another of Shelton's sprints, the 100 and 180 yard Delong(H), Wiltman(S); 1..8 3 . of the best fast pitch teams in the the 1970 class A state champs; pitcher Bill Mutt, player-coach I n f o r m a t f o n on eight first places in the A class, dashes. Shelton took eight of l l B class events: the state entered in this double and Shelton's own Athletics who and third baseman Mike Maxim tournament can be obtained from took second in the class A state tourney. Here is how manager Chink elimination tourney. The first game will start at 7:00 p.m. Friday when the ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ second baseman Tommy Marshall and rightfielder Steve DeMiero. The Athletics will play the Rick McComb at 426-4128 or Chink Hawley at 426-4382. All games will be played at Callanan Park and Loop Field. League Stan," MAJOR LEAGUES MINOR LEAGUE A class won was victorious C class lost Dave Bradley winners for both the 100 with a ran the to win and for another Bob Davis was first in the high jump at 5'5" and second in the 180. Rogers was first in the 880 with a 2:13.9 clocking. Paul Mortenson set a new school record in the 440 in the B class. The eighth grader sprinted the quarter mile in 56.5 for first place. Marty Settle and Charlie Earl were double winners in the B LH-EarI(S), Gordon(S), Pollurd(H); 13.5. 100-Settle(S), Miller(H), Salisbury(S); 10.9. 1 80-Settle(S), Carpenter(H), Gordon(S); 20.4. 3 3 O-Miller(H), Villa(H), Snellgrove(S); 40.2. 440-M ortenson(S), Lyle(H), Krona(S); 56.5. Relay- Shelton; 50.5. P V-Evans(H), Thompson(H), firsts in the class. Other victors for the Blazers were Dana Boelk in the shot and Mike Baze in the high jump. Gordon was second in both the high hurdles and high jump, and third in the 180. Lee Snellgrove was the C class' only dual winner. He ran the 180 in 23.5 and put the shot 33'%" for his two firsts. Randy Bostrom won the pole vault at 8'6" and was second in the 100. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ nl 4 Leq Mike Beckwith high jumped Mortenson(S); 10'0". Won Lost Won Lost 4'9V:" to win and was also second H J-B aze(S), Gordon(S), ADULT JR. SIMPSON WOMEN'S Simpson Recreation 3 0 Verle's 4 0 in the long jump. The Blazers' CLisle(It); 5'2". Men's Hi Game: Mac Mclnelly For the year: class won half of the ten events. LJ-Earl(S) Lisle(H) Settle(S)' 212. , .......... Women's Hi Game: Joan Sowers Heroics Broiler 3 0 Shumate Realty 4 0 It, ,-7,ol/.,, ' ' ' wlen'sHi benes:Mac ivlcmeuy 22 1 .Women's Hi Series: Jean Mell Chevrolet 3 0 MCFCU 3 1 -ea ue Coach Rich Korte and his ,. oz2. 562. Ream 568. MiklethunElectric 1 2 Shelton Foods ' 2 results., of last son 1 Kieburtz 1 troops are now 4-2 for the season Shot-Boelk(S), Evans(H), Women's Hi Game: Mabel La Standings: Most improved WC('(;ott Oil 11 22 EvergreenRaynier Fuel 21 32 ~w, fllghtleague Lowe 2, Fred , . , and prepare for upcoming Waldburger(S);43'5". Belle162. bowler: Annamarie kenderman. Women s Hi Series"Mabel La League award: Beth Brown. subdistrict actionAfter losing Dlscus-Mdler(H) Peters(H) ...... New officers: president -- IWA 0 ~ ('ertified 0 4 ~* s Club: Olson 2, Denniston 1, Oltman O, , ,, ' " ~ene 4bU. leam 4-.617; Christey1, Mohrmann 2. Team their opening two meets, the Boelk(S); 127 4 . Jr. Hi Game: Mike Nolan 182. Jean Ream, Vice Pres. -- Bobbie Moose Lodge ~ . 0 .~ Mike's Mc('ulloch 0 4 Blazers have won fourin arow. ttereare C class results: Jr. Hi Series: Steve Robertson Simon, Secretary -- Ooyce Dion, Mell Che(r;l~t(lil,0W('C 11 Shumate 32, Certified 13 ", ~uson 1 ' ~ 1 ell 0 Sgt. At Arms -- Mildred Daniels, rr. o ~, . , 10-.500,Erhart 2 Mc n y , A class results went as LH-Kalish(H), Aires (H), 487. SRA ~, " Verle's "5, Ravonier 16 ]-0'' rlakus 2, Simpson 0, Daniel's 2, Sienko 2, follows: Brooks(H)'5 0 ~)a n d i n t e r (14 6 It ) & SteveStandings:l184, TeamMac&SerieS;Dan 1182,L' C. Historianchamps:-- Lil Dale.Accounting; lteinie's 10, IWA 0 M('F('U "8 Fvergreen 16 Miklet . - Shellon Foods 30, Mike's 29 Te Neau2, Smith0, andPrepperneau LH-Bastin(H), Bradley(S), (am a ha'S" Meserve (H) 67' Ralph & Scott 1175, Millie & Margaret Tobler, Marian MacRae, hun6 Moose~ - " ,- am 8-.588; 0 Team 9-.500; Munro 2, ~ravis 2, White B~)strom 0 Slettedahl 2, Valley 0, Fox(S); 15.6. 7 P'g t ), Y ; . Mike 1170, Bob & Marlis 1166, Dot Ridout, Rosalie Warren, Mells 12, Moose 7 Shumate 32, t'_vergreen 11 1 00-Gallington(H), Mabel & Clay 1166, Larry & Chris Helen Rice, Jane White. HH-Bradley(S), Bastin(H), Bostrom(S), Aires(H)" 12.7. 1161, Jim & Ev 1011. Second Place: Olympic; Ann Heinie's 21, Gott 2 Rayonier 20, Shelton Foods 18 aanford 2and Carlson O, Dunn O, Anderson 2, Fox(S); 9.1. Cole, Cleo Hulet, Esther Beret, SIRA 5, M~)~ethun (I Verle's 29, ('ertified 27 T- Steinberg O, Gunnerson 2 and lO0-Settle(S), Goedker(H), 1 8 0 - S n ellgrove( S ), Mildred Daniels, June Loving, ,,,~ ......... M('FCU 32, Mike's 20 earn 2-.583; Jorgenson 2. Gallington(H), Vandinter(H)" LADIES T.RIO ..... Virginia Fuller. )n Rlchards 0, Eighth place: Team 7-.437;Stevens(IlL 9.8. o3 g ' women's Mi uame: t-m, ~qe,nes Ravonier 27, Certified 16 1 80-Goedker(H), Davis(S), " '"" 202. Shtunate 20, Mike's 14 p aU, Gott, Sr. Garrett 2, Wager 0, Peterson 1, Lavter(H);20.4. 330-Berry(H), Peters(H), Women's Hi Series: Bea Brandt 309ERS' Men's Hi Game: Dell Abelein 194. bI t.EA(,UE Verle's 23, E'vergreen 17. "T"~ Uollins 0. Myers O, Lemagie 2, Ragan 0, 330-James(S), Stevens(H), Dwyer(S); 45.3. 535. Men's Hi Series: Dell Abelein 505. COA .... " ' M('FCU 30, Shelton Foods 26 o_ea.m 5-.525;Allen 0, Eager 0 and Fulk 2. Relay-Shelton; 55.6. Standings: Alley-Byes4-0; Women's Hi Game: Dot Ridout 211 ~' McComb Ninth place: Team 1-.421; Ivy(H); 40.1. \~on Lost P V - B o s t r o m t S * Dum-Dums 3-1; Phillips Lake 193. ut 880-Rogers(S), O'DelI(S), _. " " *' Squirrels 3-1; Lazy Trio 21,'e-11/2; W3o~en's Hi Series: Dot Riao JarvisOil ? 0 ~atstone 0,Jeffrey O, Willour 1, Robertson 0, Druxianich(H); 2: 13.9. Carrington(S), Evans(H); 8'6". Team Four 2-2; Forget-me-Nots A&W ~ 0 , Bennett 0 Coots O, Rice 2, Pauley 1, Relay-Shelton; 51.3. HJ-Beckwith(S), Kivialo(H), 2-2; Timber Rats llh-3q2; Team Standings: Final standings: Morgan Transfer "~ l I "I" || =~| J Place tie. ~ Goodwin 2, Miklethun 0, Anstey PV-Bastin(tt), Boedker(H), Baze(S) and Aires(It) tied for Two 1-3;Summer Belles.l-3. (second half) Don't Bees 36-20;Merv's l'irecap ~ 1 I ]mllnlR w~'n ] thi~a. a,gw,, hum-hums J, t-m~ Pleines Lost Success 34q>21V2; Redin' ttimlie Realty 1 "~ I s= v~,~ ..... I ' Jeam 3-.500; 2 and Coutts 0. Fox(S); 10'0". ......... 518. Team Two 1, Marge Witcraft33-23; Repeaters 30-26; Flunkies,. . - ! i ] engmsludge?I Tenth place: Team 6-.368; lid-Davis(S), Richardson(IlL L J - E a 1 1 i n g t o n ( H ), 483'; Forget-Me-Nots 2, Millie 2 9-2 7; L atecomers 28-28; 'redit U. ttolt 0, Eichorn 1, Hembroff l Freeman(S); 5'5". Beckwith(S), Rue(S)" 14'7". Nelson 462; Team Fou, 2, Mary Professors26,h.29~h;Misfits S,i:~a~.p~:n ( _ Barnard 0, Van Blaricon 1, qhat-qnoll'arnve( R/ Lou Nault 471; Lazy Trio 2V2, 26V2-29'/2; Dunces 25-31;Scholars ~. , ~',"7.;, ~"~).',~'.'~ ,/.," ~''' Sandy Storey 433; Timber Rats 24-32; Two L's 23V2-32V2; Morgan 27,(;rayslone 20 | ...... l I~()r~ 1~ Waldrop 2, Long 2, Knutzen 1, L J-Settle(S), Nelson(S), 7 Savage(S); 17'21/2". LelasKatiaL evanstHt; ~a 74 . 1Vz, Mabel ga Belle 493; SummerDiatoms 20-36. ..... :,, ~ ....... . Your btanaara Man, / I, "~ Luhm 0 and Wotton 0. Belles 1, Betty Dean 534; Phillips Flunkies 2Dell Abe ein 505; ..... ,~ -~, ~twanls .~ r- COLE & SON QJI~I, Last Sunday, Ton, Garrett Lake Squirrels 3, Bea Brandt 535; Don't Bees 2[Dot Ridout 530; A&W. 14. Mcrvs> , | cC. so,ve Vo,r prSblE ! "~/ had a hole-in-one on the #.111 f~l Alley-Byes 4, Bonnie Benedict Professors 1, Larry Lyle 446; rnmlle _3, Simpson ('red~t ,~ | He's In Shelton . 426 ~tzt~'~ ~'~ llS-yard, par three third holeat Liffle Leaguers t. ear Scholars 3, Ed Foseide 437; Mcrv's 7. Himlie6 I .... O Latecomers 4, Rand Petersen 503;A&W 13 t;raystone 7 ...... V~l' Bayshore with an eight iron. Fields At Johns a ...... Repeaters0 UoydGoodwin378; Jarvs ~o' Mo ....... 8 sta,,arou,, t;ompany rll~l]|~ Women's Hi Game: Lucille Misfits 21/~, Darrol Martin 418; ...... ~ ....... redson burned Chapman 202 Lost Success ll/z, Jack Gaddy I of California ~hog?].f Curse Cougar Club Three fields at the Johns teams were supposed to contact Women's Hi Series: Louise Clary 420;DuncesTWOl,L'Sole3, LindaAndersonHart 381;386; F ..... .., ........ ~: ,,,.r..l. Able Diatoms 3, Diane Mauerman 319; a sizzling net Prairie athletic complex will come all their players and the parents of 525 .., c=,,,~ ,,,,, ~= ,~ ~, t honors in the Sets Din a step closer to completion this the players and tell them about Logg won play-off for Ist place. . Redin' I, Jerry Mallory 481. Vlth Aberdeen Kitsap County's Cougar Club Saturday when l.ittle League the work party this weekend. B. Fuller Custom Budder players and parents clean up theWorkers will be picking up sticks 45,)h;18Vzj. C)a. ry. Trucking ~oe,ueen^~ "~ but (lubWill meehhld their annual Cougar fields while the Mason County and clearing" the fields. Members' ~v~-zzv~;36.28. ArnoldU" Ma~owney& Smith~nS~ns. The r,,. _ "" ng June 10 at the ElksRecreation Association burns of the Major League, Minor 32Va-3'lVa; Balls Food Center vmnbers Lod,e m Bremerton Abe a ........ g" " , wdh a socml piles of cleared material. League and Coast League are 32-32; Golden Pheasant 31b-32'/z; r.~. s/8 hour at 6:30 and dinner at 7:00 At a recent Little League included. The Hut 29-35; Aye Co. 27-37; I One t..,-- p.m. meeting, the members resolved to The MCRA will have hot do,,~Hardly Able Logg 25-39; Rolands , e,o Shell 20-34. to ie~.~,t' an~ Speakers for the evening will do what they could to get the for wor~ers around noon. Little Rolands Shell 2-2, Marcia tk= .,ave Into be Glenn TerrellPresident of ballparks in the complex into Leaguers may choose to come-~CObk "412; Arnold& $mith Ins: .... Day lteWas " , ' s. N .... ".'hlngton State Umverslty; Stun condition. These three fields will before or after lunch. 2-2; Millie Nelson 428; D. W.~^~ mr Bates Director of Athletics" and Eight fields are planned forMakoviney Const. 4-0, Lucille t [ "-,~er and . , , be used for Little League as well the com-leted . ~.._ Chapman 500; Nye Co. 0-4, p complex lne an, Jlnl Swecney Head Football as softball and Pee Wee football, three fields " - Dorothy Ahrens 451; The Hut ;2rSo 2d !4 Coach. The Little League has needed on the lowerend of 1-3 Sandy Story 424; Hardly s andS,de.,a Special guests will be Jack fields that are centrally located the site are the immediate goalof Abie Logg 3-1, Addle Lorenzen :VenVnarl)eFriel, returned basketball coachwhere the teams can turn out, the MCRA The Associaticm 468; Clary Trucking 3-1, Louise ' ho'-es to --~' ........ " Clary 525" Balls Food Center 1-3, takpmts, and lke Deeter, retired boxing practice and have games. In the v ~t me Ileitis seeaea so Ginner ()lsoe 464" B Fuller e their coach ~do~stnct,in All Cougars and friends are past, Little Leaguers have had to thatby this time next year, Custom Builder 2-2: Lucile "One thing we must all nin" no,es invited. ('all Julius Stock for find placesto practice, baseball can be played on them. Farmwold 427; Golden Pheasant remember. Karate experts ,,, 3r~Grcoa,~,..=,,~ ~ ~ Managers of the Little League Many local people have 2-2, Frankie Barnes 449. never spank their chiidren." "Where-YourWindshield ~~lr ue"e teams reservations at 426-6911 or donated time efforts and money i$ Guaranteed Not to Leak". 426-6205. to the project. One man has _ _ __ volunteered to dig a well at the site for the cost of the materials. Others are busy drawing up plans for a concessions stand. Picnic areas, jogging trails, WOoded area, recreation areas and the fields will make the complex a total recreation place for Mason County residents from the small fry to senior citizens. Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton - 426-4411 000~ -- __ OQ OOOOO There you have his eight records. As a senior next year, he could go farther. The senior class high jump record is only 6'2V2". He must cut halt" a second off his high hurdle time to own a school and senior class record in that event. The athlete has enjoyed success in other sports as well. In the last half of the 1970 football season, Settle blossomed into an exciting running back. tte led his == =- = == =- =- =- _= 3 WAYS TO CHARGE 4-PLY CORD "All-Weather ]3Z'" Tire Clean sidewall design, radial darts on shoulder Triph>temlmred nylon