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PAGE 5 A SI-IELTONuMASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington h m .- Climbers Win 22nd " &apos; " -- Straight Dual Meet Under Sund's Hand Coach Bob Sund saw his High- climbers track team rack up its BPAA MEN'S CHAMPS--The Bull Moose team from the Frater- nal League won the BPAA house elimination championship at the Timber Bowl this year with Otto Hanson, Charlie Savage, Walt Wilson (front) Tyynismaa (backrow), Virdon Savage and Bill doing the pin-spilling. . . . "2, :'iiii!i}iii!iifii ii !%::I::[:!:::I .a .........................  ill!i! ii!iki!i /i PINFEM CHAMPSWinner of the BPAA house eliminations at the Timber BoWl was, the Eells & Valley Appliance Center team from the women's Commercial league "manned by Fladon Kil- bourne, Freda Christy, Teenie Cook (back row), Julie Coleman and Oddie VanderWal (front). Andy Rodgers was absent at pic- ture-taking time. - OUTDOORS _== . _--,_ - IN MASON COUN]']  IIIIIIIIIIIIillllllllllllllllilllill|llllllllllllllillllllllll| NEW CLUB SPONSORING RETMDED KIDS DERBY A trout fishing derby for the 35 youngsters of the Rogers School will be held next Sunday at Lake Nanwatzel under auspices o the recently organized Shelton Nimrod Club, Inc. One member of the club will he with each youngster. Prizes for the youthful anglers will be pro- vided by the club. Organized early this year, the Nimrod Club has 60 members with Harold LeGarde as president, Tom Ogden vice-president, Bob Wolden secretary, Frank Gilman treasur- er, and Ken Wolden, Harry Cole, Bob Hildebrandt and Bob Ord (the latter of Olympia) directors. * $ $ FOREST SERVICE TARTS RECREATION REPORTS Continuing a practice begun last year which proved popular with the pue, the Forest /Service again will issue weekly recreation reports for Mason County areas. The first of 1963 follows: All main line roads are open and in fair shape. A few of the spur roads still renrain ctos;d Anyone plann.ing to go mt.o the Dennie A.hl area should travel via Browns Creek as the Steel Bridge goad is closed due to new con- struction. The Wynoochee. Falls Campgronnd has not yet been cleaned up from winter wind storms. The campground is use- able as is except for two camp spots. Repair and cleanup is ex- pected to be completed in the nero future. Browns Creek Can]p, ground is now easily accessible via the brand new South Forl< Sko- komih Bridge. All trails are closed with windthrow and snow. Generally the snow level at pres- en is above 2,000 feet. BIG TROUT TAKEN Mason County anglers continue to find some hefty trout in local lakes. Floyd Sternberg in fact. found two, both rainbows, of 2 lbs. and I 3/4 lbs., but neglected to say where. Adolph Anderson found 2- lb. rainbow in Lake Isabetla and filled out a limit catch with sil- vers. Paul Brugatod and Jim Sim- mons took a dandy catch from Lake Nahwatzel topped by a 16 & inch 1V.z-lb. rainbow. Among Leo Flick's limit from Spencer was one of 14 inches. Bill Jackson and his son both limited from Phillips Lake while Floyd Boswell and his party took 26 Saturday and 18 Sunday from Spencer Lake. Reports indicate Prices Lake and Summit Lake are producing well now but no specific catches were listed at either YVingard Sport Shop or Verle's Sporting Goods. Fishing at Lake Cushman was fair last week with winds and cold weather prevailing most ot the time. Good catches we]'e made during 1e nicer spells, shah as the 11 silver' between 10 and 12 inch- es taken by Mr .and Mrs. Charles Cain of Bremcrton on pop gear, spin-glo without vceiglt, Ed Hodge and Charley Johns of MeCleary had 13 cutthroat and a 20-ieh= Dolly Varden. N o r m Po/'ter had a nice mixed catch ot silvers and cutthroat Saturday. On the salt water there are fish to be had off Harstine Island for those who go after hem, as proven by Verle Schreiber, who took a 7-lb. blackmouth ,and Joe. "Gateheil, who had two between Z and 5 lbs, 22nd straight dual meet success during his regime as head cinder mentor at Shelton in a non-con- ference competition with strong North Thurston Tuesday evening. The Climbers have lost triangu- lar and multi-school meets under Sund but never a dual meet. The string actually goes back a bit further into the days of Emmett Oliver and stands t 24 in a row.. Tuesday's evening meet was held at North. Thurston and provided some surprises, headed by Ron Orr's triumph in the javelin. Another was Terry LaBisson- iere's victory in the 100 and Joe Waters' excellent 21.6 low hurdle effort on a tender ankle. Terry and Joe were Shelton's only double winners, Terry both sprints, Joe both hurdles. Brian Brickert ran another fine half mile at 2:01.4 and Paul Brown. mowng back to the 440, breezed home in 53.2 without being pushed. Another pleasing result was sophomore Jim Anderson's re- turn to form in the pole vault, where he tied teammate Jim La- mont at 11'6" but took second on more misses. Steve Archer also hit a personal peak in the vault at 11' but was out of the money in fourth place behind a former Sheltonian. Jeff Haskin% now vaulting for the Rams, The meet results: 120 HIGH HURDLES--Joe Wat- ers S, Carey ST, Banner NT. 16.9. SHOT Oliphant ST. Gary .Combs S, Stewart NT. 50' 3". BROAD JUMP Jim Sells S, Paul Hanson S, Bob Johnson S. 19' 6t ''. JAVELIN--Boa Orr S, Combs S, Carey NT. 158' 2". 100Terry LaBissoniere S, Midles NT, Lentz Robinson S. 10.7. 880 Brian Brickert S, Luominen NT, Joe Snyder S. 2:01.4 440---Paul Rro S, BoB Bryant S, Suess NT. 53.2. POLE VAULT--Jim Lamont S, Jim Anderson S0 Haskins NT. 11' 6". HIGH JUMP Conway ST, Pick- ell ST, Johnson S. 5' 9 1/8". LOW HURDLES Waters S, Pick- ell ST, Bassmer NT. 21.6. DISCUS--Midles ST. Combs S, Rondy NT. 148' A". 220--LaBissoniere S, Midles ST. Sells S and Stewart NT tie. 24.1. MILE--Bruce Gardner S, Porteous ST, Mike Briekert S. 4:40.5. MILE RELAY--North Thurston (Berg, Roundy, Williams. Sack- ett). 3:50.4 880 RELAY---Sbelton (Waters, B. Brickert. Brown, LaBisson- iere). 1:36.7. BIGLEY PIGEONS WIN TOP 5 SPOTS ,. Paul~ I Bigley shipped 6 entries, a em last weekend fo the :4tl otld bird race held bv the" Shelton Rhcing Pigeon Club and five of them landed back in their Shelton loft 1-2-3-4-5. A blue check cock averaging 1215.341 yards per minute over the 165 miles tool( top honors. Before a red check cock out of Dick Giles left, flying at 1185.650 ypm ended the scene-stealing, Big- ley loft-mates came home respec- t.ively m 1194.294, 1193.236. 1192.343. and 1190.965 for a clean sweep of the top five places. Another Giles entry, blue check ben at 1165.665 ypm. was in 9th place, behind a pair of blue check cocks out of the L. E. Johnson loft at 11.82.663 and 1180.362 ypm. These were followed by a Dean Smith blue bar hen at 1154.053. a Darryl Cookston blue bar hen at 1112.296. and a Gripp loft blue bar hen at 1105.863. Larry Ziegler had no report from the four birds from his loft. In all seven lofts sent 96 pigeons into the race. topped by 29 from the Giles loft Johnson and Smith had 15 each Cookston 9 and Gripp 8. Sin er Hare Hound Motorcycle Winner The hare-and-hound race held last Sunday by the Trailblazer, Cycle Club was won by Derriell Singer. Pushing him tightly in second place was Gib Johnston with Rick Sharpes third. Bob Aitken fourth and Wally Welander fifth. Next meeting of the club will be May 18 at the Singer home, followed by a work party the Sun, day after. TIDES OF THE WEEK Computed or Hood Canal Oakland Ray tides are 1 hr. and 50 mln. later and'pln R.O f? Friday, May I High .............. 1:01 a.m. Low .............. 7:29 a.m. High .............. 11:57 a.m Low .............. 6:36 p.m. Saturday, May 18 High .............. 1:44 a.m. Low .............. 8:1'9 a.m High .............. 1:35 p.m. Low .............. 7:40 p.m Sunday, May 19 High .............. 2:22 a.m. 12.1 ft. Low ............. 9:03 a.m. 2.7 ft. High 2:56 p.m. 9.1 ft. Low . ............. 8:41 p.m. 3.3 ft. Monday, May 20 High .............. 2:58 a.m. 12.2 ft. Low ............. 9:45 a.m. 1.1 ft. High .............. 4:05 p.m. 10.1 ft. Low ..... 9:38 p.m. 4.1 ft. Tuesday, May 21 High .............. 3:34 a.m. 12.3 ft. Low .............. I0:27 a.m. -1.4 ft. High .............. 5:06 p.m. 11.1 ft. Low .............. 10:32 p.m. 4.8 ft. Wednesday, Ma,y 22 High .............. 4:11 a.m. 12.3 ft. Low ................ 11:08 a.m. -2.5 ft, High .............. 6:03 p.m, 11.9 ft. Low :.....: ....... 1I:24 p.m. 5.5 ft. Thursday, May 23 High .............. 4:49 a.m. 12.2 ft. Low .............. 11:52 a.m. -3.3 ft. High .............. 6:56 p,m, 12,4 ft, CLIMBERS CAPTURE OLYHPI Second In I00on-Qualifier Meet; LEAGUE TRACK !00AMPIONStI00P e.,, Wi.ner Seven Highclimber trackm West Bremerton had been fay- Shelton finished a distant second will be shooting for trips to the state track meet at Pullman to- morrow mght at Kirkland in the the West Central district cham- pionships as the result of their efforts in leading Shelton to the sub-district championship at Port Orchard last Friday. The Climbers came up as sur- prise victors in the sub-district, tantamount to Olympic league track champions, by accumulating 36 points although victors in on- ly three of 15 events. South Kitsap trailed in second place with 30. Central Kitsap had 28. West Bremerton 27, East Bre- merton 21, Nozth Kitsap and Port Angeles 12 each. One Highclimber winner. Brian Brickert, broke Une sub-district half mile record with his tdrrid 2:00.8 .mark during which he beat teammate Paul Brown to the tape by three yards. Joe Waters, another Shelton vic- tor. turned in a new school rec- ord with his 21.2 mark in the low hurdles despite hitting a hurdle and losing his stride at one point. GaEy Combs, the third Shelton conqueror, also got off a career- best when he soared the discus 150'4". Three winners, plus Jim Sells 3rd in the broad jump), Jim La- mont (2nd in the pole vaultl, Brown (2nd in the 8801, and Ter- ry LaBissoniere [as anchorman on the second place 880 relay team with Waters. Brown and Brickert are the qualifiers who will wear the Red and black in the district meet tomorrow. Combs also qualified in the ja- velin, where he is defending dist- rict champion. He is considered a good bet to get a Pullman ticket in both events, as the top four in the field events qualify. ored to win the sub-district title in the pre-meet figdring but the W'ildcats dropped to fourth place. Here's how the Climbers became sub-district champions: 120 HIGH HURDLES .- H(fl- tine SK. Stice \\;VB. Peacock PA Jeo %Vaters S. 15.3 new record, 109 Jeff Williams EB, Brew- er -B Hawkins SK. S. Williams CK. 10.5 MILE - Darling SK, Swanson NK, Day SK. Taylor EB. 4:38.1. 440 -- Jim W'illiams CK Dahl- ner SK. Ja'k Bryant S. Lentz Ro- binson S. 52 flat. 180 LOW HURDLES - Vater'. S, Sura SK, Campana CK. Boni PA. 21.2 ,new school record). 220 --- Jeff Williams EB. Haw- kins SK. Spencer WB,-Andrews WB. 22.8. 880 -- Brian Brickert S, Paul Brown S, Wait PA. Rod Williams WB. 2:00.8 new record). HIGH JUMP -- Foster SK, Ca- mpana CK, Ditlefson PA, Green CK. 5'10". SHOT PUT Jerry Williams NK. Gossage PA. Kegel WB. Wiggs WB. 52' 3". M1LE RELAY -- West Bremer- ton. East Bremerton, North .Kit- sap, Shelton. 3:29.6. BROAD JUMP --- Dean CK, Foster SK, Jim Sells S, Rod Wil- liams EB. 20' 5Ve". 880 RELAY --- Central Kitsap, Shelton (Waters. Brown. Brickert. LaBissoniere), South Kitsap, East Bremerton. 1:34.2. DISCUS -- Gaxy Combs S, Ke- gel WB. Jerry Williams NK, Ed Latham S. 150'4". JAVELIN --- Wright WB. knighton CK, Comi)s S, Wa.trs S, 162' 5 3/4". POLE VAULT -- Buhl EB. Jim Lamont S, Rice PA. Barnes WB. lr9". GOLF CLUB CALENDAR WALKER TEAM LEADS 19th HOLE GOLF LOOP The lgth Hole golf league had its third new leader in as many weeks after Ray Walker's squad climbed to the top rung last week on a sizzling 10-for-14 day's play. The Walkers leap frogged over the Jerry Thompsons and the Jack Grays to grab the lead. There were jugglings in the lower eschelons, too. tile only cir- cuit entry holding to its rung be- ing the fourth spot Oliver Kellys. Sonny Lowe continued his un- defeated pace with another tri- umph for a perfect 10-out-of-10 in- dividual point record. Three others are undefeated but once tied Oli- ver Ashford 11/12, Jim Pauley 8/10, and Lloyd Van Blaricom 7/8. Hanging in close is Ivan Myers with an 8/10 record, with one loss on his record. ' Week Season Pet. R'y Walker 10/14 42/68 .618 .609 J. Thompson 5/10 28/46 Jack Gray 3/8 32/56 .571 Oliver Kelly 4/12 32/62 .516 B. Knutzen 8/14 34/66 ,515 L. L, McInelly 6/14 33/68 .485 B. Price 10/14 36/76 .474 Ed Faubert 3/8 21/48 .438 Max Schmidt 8/10 13/40 .325 to South Kitsap in an Olympia Peninsula 1 e a g u e non-qualifiers track meet at Central Kitsap Mon- day. Minus the Bremerton schools. and Port Angeles, the competition for athletes who had not qualfied for this week's district meet wound up in this order: South 67, Shelton 37. North 34. Central 32, Bainbridge 5. Paul Hanson was Shelton's lone winner with a 5 foot 3 inch high jump in which he beat, teammate Gregg Souliere. Another Climber. Rich Wyatt. was fourth to make this Shelton's best event. The results: HIGH HURDLES - - Kenoyer SK. Rutledgc S, Feltus CK, Souliere S. 18.2. 100--Parnell NK. Sehnitzer S, Menear SK. Waiters SK 11.1. 880---Davis SK Cordero CK. Sny- der S, Tracy NK. 2:10.8. 440 -Aitchison NK. Turviil SK, Burns NK. Hembroff S, 55.8. LOW HURDLES---Jensen SK. Rogers S, Sweany SK, Feltus CK. 23.4. 220---Parnell NK. Nilen NK, Schnitzer S, Alguard CK 24.8. MILE--Mapano B. Prichard SK. Eckstrom SK. Pachal CK 5:05.0. MILE RELAY Central Kitsap, Shelton, North Iitsap South Kitsap, 3:49.0. 880 RELAY North Kitsap, Shel- ton, South Kitsap, Central Kit- sap .1:43.1. SHOT PUT-Ebbert SK. BaYnett SK Floyd NK, Mason S, 43'4". BROAD JUMP--Thompson SK. Edmond NK. Itanson S, tie be- tween Perez SK and MeCown SK. 18'6 3/4". POLE VAULT- Jensen SK. Perez SK. Archer S, Harvey S, 10'6". DISCUS Ebbert SK. Golnik SK, King CK. Mason S, 115'8 ''. Jim McComb 4/12 19/60 .317 WALKERS 10 --- Ray Walker 2, Bob Turner 2, Jim lV[orissey 2, Arn Cheney Sr. 2. Art Bennett 2, Jim FD, tcher 0. Fred Stuller 0. THOMPSONS 5 -- Glen Ferg- uson 2. Ivan Myers 2, Jerry Thom- pson 1. Heinie Hilderman 0, Purl .Jemison 0. GRAYS 3 --- Sonny Lowe 2, Jack Gray 1, Polly Parrett 0, Gene Hanson 0. KELLYS 4 Ollie Kelly 2. Andy Tuson 2, Dick Yeager 0. Larry Larson 0. Bob Wuench 0. Dr. A. C. Linkletter 0. KNUTZENS 8 Bud Knutzen 2, Joe Holt 2, Walt Snelgrove 2. Jim Pauley 2, Rocky Hembroff 0, Bob Kieburtz 0, Bob Miller 0. MelNELLYS 6 L.L. Mcln- elly 0, Oliver Ashford 2. Bean Daniels 2. Clyde Coots 2. Walt E1- liott 0, Gary Nicloy 0. Don John- son 0. PRICES 10 Buck  Price 0. Guy Beckwith 1, Les LaBissoniere 1. Bud Pauley 2, Bill Batstone 2 Harry Cole 2, Bert Hoard 2. FAUBERTS 3 -- Ed Faubert 0, Lloyd Van Blarieom 2. Frank Tra- vis Jr. 1, Frank Heuston 0. SCHMIDTS 8 Tony Nelson 2, Ray Rice 2, Steve Hale 2, Max Schmidt 0, Ken Broughton 2. McCOMBS 4 -- Phil Bayley 0, Pop Hulbert 2. Jack Kimbel 2. Bob Olson 0. Ralph Stevens 0, Bill Dickie 0. TEAM CAPTAINS PLAY MATCHES, UNDER WAY Twenty two-man teams are poi- sed for opening matches in the team captain's tournament at the Shelton-Bayshore Golf Club with 12 of them entering the second round of play automatically 11.8 ft. through byes in the first round. 5.7 ft. Only eight teams have first 7.9ft. round matches. They are: Clint 1.9 ft. Willour-Steve Hale vs. Frank Heuston-Jim Fletcher, Purl Jemi- 12.0 ft. son-FIeinie Hilderman vs. Bob O1- 4.3 ft. son-Polly ParretL Jerry Thomp- 8.8ft. son-Pop Hulbert vs. Jake Cole- 2.6 ft. Harry,Cole. Buck Price-Gene Han- son vs. Bob Turner-Les LaBisson- iere. These matches must be complet- ed by next Sunday. Pairs enjoying byes are Phil Bayley-Jack Kimbel. Andy Tuson- Gary Nicloy, Jim Pauley-Larry Larson. Jack Jeffery-h, an Myers, Bud Pauley-Bob Wuench. Tony Nelson-Clyde Coots, Homer Wood- ard-Arn Cheney. Jim Morrissey- Oliver Ashford. Joe Holt-Ray Rice. L. L. McInelly-Bud Knutzen. Lau- rie Carlson-Guy Beckwith. Sonny Lowe-Bean Daniels. COUGARS NARROW WINNERS Much tougher on their home course, he Highclimbers gave Central Kitsap a rough rassle be- fore surrendering a 9-6 Olympic league prep golf verdict on the Bayshore links last Thursday. The rival No, 1 linksmen, Shel- ton's Bob Walker and Central's Tom Thompson, each shot medalist 80s but Walker won the match, 2-&. The lineups: Shelton 6 Central 9 Walker 80 2 / Thompson 80  Jeffery 88 2 Leach 91 /2 Fredson 91 11 Yoder 86 2 Reiehman 96 0 Ed Thmpsn 85 3 Donahoe 102 0 DeVitt 95 3 EAST DUMPS CLIMB]EllS Top and bottom members ot the Climber lineup outscored their East rivals Monday but the mid- dle three took a heavy lacing as the Black Knights outscored Shel- ton. 99-79.  an Olympic league prep golf match in Bremerton. Highclimber Bob Walker was medalist with an 81 and the day's high scorer with 32 points. The scores and points: EAST 99! SHELTON 79 Kretz 85 .......... 261Walker 81 ........ 32 Dorman 94 .... 231Fredson 104 ..13 Flowers 96 .... 25 Reichman 107 14 Linden 400 ..... 211Donahoe 109 .... 8 Mitchell 128 .... 4 Olson 117 ........ 12 Weekly women's day competition Tuesday was for low net with Dot Hillier taking honors from the ten- entry field. JAVELIN Onesti CK Baringer SK, Barnett SK. Ury NK, 138'5". HIGH JUMP--Hanson S, Souliere S, Kenoyer SK, Wyatt S. 5'3". LIBDBERG'S 62 I SEriES WASTED Gene Lindberg fired a 621 ser- ies (184-237-200) to no avail as Wingard Sport Shop defeated his Wilson Company lineup for the Commercial league championship last; week. Gene's stout effort was offset by a steadier all-lineup perform- ance on the part of the sports- men. who three series between 585 and 569 from Joe Engen, Roy Petty and Eldon Todd. The WiN sonian's, on the other hand, had only one series above 520 (Bill Roberts' 570) other than Lind- berg's. CITY .MEET MAY 23 Shelton grade school students get their chance to exhiifit track and field prowess a week'from to- day in the annual meet sponsor- ed by the Rotary Club. This year's meet will be ex- panded over previous years with the addition of several new events, It wil be held on Loop Field at 1:00 o'clock. NORTH IIASON [JflSEATS tlO0[I CANAL fROltl TRYit TB00O00E North Mason unseated Hood Canal as county grade school track champion by a slender 6'/ points on Loop Field Tues. after- noon in the annual competition sponsored by the Shelton Kiwanis Club. The school point totals were North Mason 107/ Hood Caual 101, Southside 50, Mary M. Knight 41, Kamilcbe 34. Pioneer 26. and Grapeview 18V. Hood Canal won four of the r seven girls events and scored a total of 25 points in the feminine competition bat North Mason ac cumulated 25  with only one firs but a flock of seconds. North Mason's strength in t,e boys events lay in the (mtstandi.g single individnals in each of 'he three divisions. Big, blond Du,ue Blaekwell, for instance scored 16 points in the Class C competilion, Richard Hankinson 12 points in the B events, and David Robbins 9 in Class C. Blaekwell was the mcet's high individual scorer. Hood Canal concentrated its power in the B and C divisions and actually had the greatest number of first place winners. 15 as com- pared to North Mason's 5. Jody Campbell, Wilson Johns and Mike MeDowell all "won a pair of blue ribbons for Hood Canal while Dave Southside North Mason, Kamil che. 50-YARD DASH A David Rob, bins NM. Gary SLites S. Art NteMaus G. John Gregory HC. I L,onard Rice P. 50-KARD DASH B- Mike Me- : Iowell HC, R, iehard ,Hankinson Y;M Greg Richie S, Dave Mc- tride P. Jim Kelly K. 50-XARD DASH C- Duane Blac'k- well NM. Dave Williams HC. Terry Hartwell S, Bonnie Peters G. David Stodden MMK. 100-YARD DASH C----David Wil- liams HC. Duane Blackwell NM, Dan David K. Terry Hartwell S. David Stodden MMK. 75-YARD DASH A--- Curtis Stracke P, David Robbins NM. P, odney Reeve MMK, Art Nick- laus G. Bobby Quimby S. 75-YARD DASH B---Mike Mc- Dowell HC Richard Hankinson NM, Larry Messenger MMK. Dave McBride P. Don Somers G. 400-YARD RELAY---Hood Canal. North Mason. Kamilche, South- side. CHINNING A---Rick Burell NM, Mike McGuire NM Mike Bevis S. Johu Gregory HC. Bobby Quimby S. CHINNING B Lonny Watson NM. Mike Bourgau]t HC, Greg Richey S. Larry Messenger MMK. Byron Higby NM. Williams and Gene Avey first and second place apiece. The ribbon winners were: HIGH JUMP C---Jody Campbell HC. Duane Blackwell NM. Yeim Krise K Don Gribble MMK. Al- vin Owen MMK. HIGH JUMP B---Ed Fisher K, Kenny Stodden MMK. Tony Koonrad MMK. Jack Matson NM, Mike Brehmeyer MMK. BROAD JUMP A--Roy Bayley S. Rodney Reeve MMK. Gary Johnston NM, Cui'tis Stracke P. Drew Landram NM. BROAD JUMP B---David Sage HC Gene Avey HC. Jack Cart- wright NM. Jack Matson NM Grcg Richey S. BROAD JUMP C--Jody Campbell He, Frank Hutson K. Don David K, Gary Shelley NM. Don- hie Bearden HC. BASEBALL THROW A -Gary Stites S Mike Hagen NM, Clyde Landsaw P. Mike Williams HC. Curtis Straeke p. BASEBALL THROW B---Gene Avey HC. Richard Hankinsen NM, Bob Ward NM. Chuck pratt K, Chuck Viger HC. SHOT PUT (open)----Wilson Johns I-IC, Don David K, Duane Black- well NNL David Stodden MMK, Albert Fortman NM. 200-YARD RELAYHood Canal, had a CHINNING C---Wilson Johns HC, David Van Horn NM, Bob Holl- a.tz MMI<. Tom Villines K. Perry Hover HC, GIRLS'BASEBALL THROW A Patty Bourgault HC. Trudy Rodger: S. Bonnie Benson G. Betty McKelvy NM. Leah Sway- ze S, GIRLS BASEBALL THROW B-- Judy Engen G. Pare Hackney ]'M and Tammi Craig P tied, Geaneece Morgus S, Joyce H!,lmphrcy P and Marcella Vetberg G tied for 5th. GIRLS BASEBALL THROW C--- Linda Watson NM. Carol Owen SMK. Mary Lynn Avey HC. Sharlene Johns HC. Susan SlaMley S. GIRLS 50-YARD DASH A-- Trudy Rodgers S. Sheila Shelby NM. Debra Brehmeyer MMK Debbie. Haney K Jean Deffinbaugh P. GIRLS 50-YARD DASH B---Dar-. lean Gray HC. Sally Metzler NM, Melody Dodge P. Marcella Westberg G, Mary Anne Haney K GIRLS 75-YARD DASH C--Linda Jarvis HC. Barbara Huson NM. Carol Owen MMK, Susan Stand- -lev S Laura Swantak K. GIRLS 200-YARD RELAY--Hood Canal, North Mason, Pioneer, Mary M. Knight. BLAZERS WIH 6th ST SUB-I)ISTRICT TRACK Ten sub-district records were ] ferson and St. broken and two others equaled on I equalizers. Loop Field Friday afternoon as the Shelton Blazers rallied late in the day to stake out their sixth suc- cesmve championshi p in this next. to-last phase of the junior high track season. Scoring heavily in the broad jumps, last event: to bc catered in the scoring totals except for the high jumps, thz E:aze:- r:pped Jefferson of Olympia. wl-ich had been leading ,rm ......... y l'llO- ments of the meet Score totals were: A B C Fii. Slelton 46 32 21--99 Jefferson 35 18 36--89 Washington 15 35 2171 Hood Canal 17 0 18--'35 St. Martins 7 13 2--22 Of the record-setters, the cham- pion Blazers claimed three, little Hood Canal another trio, and run- ner-up Jefferson also three. Jef- Faslball Team Gels Belier Wilh 6-0 And 21.3 For 3 Siraighl Loolcing better with each start, the Shelton Merchants fastball team racked up two more victories this past week, one a no-hit pit- ching triumph for Bill Nutt. It came over the Mercury Ma- rauders of Olympia last Thursday, 6-0, with Nutt fanning 16. He had 11 more strikeouts in only four innings of moundwork during a 21-3 conquest of the Printers spe- cial aggregation from Olympia this M'onday. Third baseman Ron Ahlf crack- ed out four hits and scored four runs during the blitz Monday, with. catcher Dave Swearingen getting three hits and three runs. Shelton batters connected for 21 hits altogether. Swearingen also had two blows against the Marauders as did Dal- las Vestal. outfielde who played at Longview in past years. Vestal had two hits and three runs in Monday's game, too, for a perfect 4-for-4 record in the two games. Chub Nutt scored five runs in the two games while collecting three hits. Manager Chink Hawley needs four more sponsors to complete the outfitting and financing of this year's team, he announced. The team has now won all three of its practieegames so far. It is entered in the Class A section ot the Olympia fastball league for the season which open about June 1. TRAVELERS SUFFER OOMPLETE DEFEAT One of "those days" caught up with Shelton's enLryin the south- west Washington traveling ]owl- ing league Sunday at Chehalis, where it lost all eight points dur- ing the morning-afternoon match- es. This is the first time the Shel- ton team has ever suffered a com- plete shutout. Losses were to Ho- quiam in the morning (L. L. Mc- Inelly hit a leading 556) and to Chehalis in the afternoon /Dan Wilson had a respectable 606 on 180-223-203 games). The Shelton team. was shy sev- eral of its regulars. The season closed with Sunday's play. Ctim00er Boys Te"nis 300uad Whffewashed West Bremerton goose-egged Highclimbcr boys tennis forces. 7-0. on Shelton's home courts Mon- day afternoon. The results: "W(st 7, Shelton 0. Singles Dave McGill (W) def. Mike Carte 6-1. 6-1; Bill Olsen (W) def. Tim Carte (S), 6-3. 6-0F Jim Jessup (W/ def. Ken Kneeland ,S), 6-2. 6-4; Dan Austad (WI def. Glen Hubbard IS). 6-1. 6-2; John Park (W def. Phil Cramer S), 61. 6-1. Doubles -- McGill-Olsen def. Carte-Carte. 6-2. 6-3; Austad-Park def. Cramer-Loren Gee 6-4, 7-5. JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL Shelton 10, Jefferson 2 Chinook 9. Dupont 4 West 9. North 8 Central 5. East 0 Dupont 12. Jefferson 7 The Blazers in the three Class A places. a record 19 B. where Jim 18'5" leap. an( where 8th 7th grader Ron career bests to For Howe it was The other was Bob half mile in a Hood Canal'S were Bobby discus at in the Class C 9.2 seconds, and : Class C pole vau Another was 8th grader 41'4'" shot put, above his place. The Blazers district meet a Jefferson and St. Martins was t will not send rict. CLASS A ferson 35, Canal 17, St. LOW Monson S, eher S, 100 Monson S, Morga DISCUS -  grist W. Lees $1, 8" (record). _ POLE VAULT Bob Johnson Johnson S. 11' 50-- Mike Carper S, record). 88O B. Hicks J. Steve (record). 180 pies S, Iverson 19.8 (record). SHOT pUT bel W. Hazelrigg 52'6". RELAY -- son. Carper, Purvis ) 49.8 BROAD Jack Sclnlffen Randall J. 19'( HIGH Ragan HC, ]ips S. 5'31" CLASS B Shelton 32, tins 13. LOW Larson W. der S. 13.0. 100 --- Haas Jim Biehl S. ord }. 50---- Larson W, (record). POLE Dennis Brown S. SHOT pUT Kre]l S, ton S, Music] 180 -- Musick , cord ) IELAY MarLins, Rucker.. BROAD W, Jim ols0" (record). HIGH Clayton S ry J. 4'11/ ''- CLASS C' ton 21. W a 18, St. LOW Hicks J. ness S. 14.6. SHOT nlons J. 33'8". 100 -- Robinson J, ] 50--DaVid Blaricom S, 6.7. 75 -- RoSe mons J, Joey Earl I. 9'6" RELAY Van Rose HC, ] S. 16'4" HIGH S, Fox J, FEM CHAMPSThe Gott Oilerettes won _cial league bowling championship this year Viv Davison, Kay Gott (front row), June "(back row) .as its personnel.