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SItELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Chrfslmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 5 B WIN 4th IN ROW ho,,o. Phenom Leads All-Coast Tourney Blazers Bust Out All &apos;P.A' HERE TODAY AHLQU!ST' 750 HEW P|HHACLE O.r,. To 00'wenty-year-00ld Stun Ahlquist soiler school next month in Aria- J01t Jefferson, 10 2 ELTON ab i" h ]ey.lr 4 I 1 erson.2h 3 I 1 .Sheedv n o /I Ydel',Jb * ngard.ss 2 akin ] 0 nlth.cr 2 2 2 'nde,.son. ,020 0 eha,'ase } 0  1 1 !-alldis.lh 2 0 0 288 12 in 7th. in 6th. in 6th, in 6th, ,nings ) 000 1---1 ) 111 3--7 ........... 304 010 x ..... 8 ...... 504 021 x--12 alley, Smith. 2, M Sheedy, So-- Rose ose Eveleth 1. EV- gEN1) ab r ll 401 3 11. 301 ng,3b 4 0 0 wd,lf-lb 3 1 0 m',rr 2 0 0 tea,as 2 0 1 nler,er 300 200 100 t ,Totals 21 2 4 100 0 5 ................ 110 101 0--4 I00 1 2 ............ 00O 110 2 4 SH-- Win- Peter- .4, Ed- 5. Edwards RRF-- ab rh 30 0 101 .,2b 0 0 0 410 300 ,Jb 2 2 0 212 30O 111 2O0 110 2264 6th. ) 000 1 3 000 2 5 ............... 01O 131 x -6 ...... 020 011 x 4 arlson. 2b Carlson, F,. E--Roberl;s ROse. PB-- Nordberg. Esk- OLYMPIC LEAGUE BASEBALL W L rf ra East Bremerton-. ....... 6 0 49 15 Bainbridge .................... 4 2 37 13 South Kitsap ............ 5 3 35 38 Sequim ....................... 5 3 26 16 SHELTON ............ 3 2 22 15 Central Kitsap.-- ........... 5 4 35 26 North Kitsap ................ 4 4 39 29 Port Townsend ........ 3 6 40 37 Port Angeles ................ 2 5 24 40 North Mason ............ 0 7 ll 83 Latest Scores Shelton 6. North Kitsap 3 Shelton 5. Port Townsend 2 Central Kitsap 3, Sequim 2 . South Kitsap 1, Sequim 0 East Bremerton 9. Sequim 4 Central 10, North Mason 2 South 9, North Mason 3 Angeles 11. Townsend 3 East 4. North Kitsap 2 Bainbridge 4, Central 2 Bainbridge 4 Angeles 0 Non-League West I@, Bainbridge 2 Penninsula 4. East 1 This Afternoon Port Angeles at Shelton Next Monday She]ton at West Bremerton Losers five times in a row to open the season. Coach Chet Dom- broski's Highc]imber baseball team goes after its fifth victory in suc- cesmon this afternoon on Loop Field where Port Angeles is the intended victim. The Climbers squared their Olympic League ledger at 3-3 with a pair of victories during the past week, at Port Townsend, 5-2, last ThurSday, at home against North Kitsap, 6-3, Monday. These i?ollowed a non-confer- ence success against Lima. 8-1, on Loop Field last Wednesday, avenging an earlier loss to the Eagles. BURLY BRIAN SNIDER hurled both the league wins, setting North down with five hits and Port Townsend with four. Tim Rose dropped 11 Eagles on strikes in his one-sided conquest of Elms. Both are sophomores, Brian right- handed, Tim the other side. Tim also scintilated with his bat. His base-cleaning double in the first inning turned out to be the margin of victory for Briar at Port Townsend The Climbers scor- ed four unearned in their first turn at the plate and the Redskins never got over the shock. An er- ror and three walks had preced- ed Tim's devastating blast. Tim scored the other Climber run, in the fourth, after drawing a walk, Mike Sheedy's sacrifice, and a single by Run Landis. an- other sophomore. BRIAN GAVE UP an earned run in the fouith on a walk. infield out and single: and unearned mar- ker in the seventh on two singles, a walk and an error. Tim drove in two runs in his ow.n behalf against Ehna. He sing- Snyder 1, I. LOB-- U.- -Eacrett, TOP HOHORS IN STYLE FOR GRADUATION His confidence is assured when he steps up to re- ceive his diploma, dressed from top to toe in fine clothes . . . with a futurel SUITS from '49 ,o '85 styled by Brookfield Capital Park Cricketeer J&F Timely Hen's Shop of Shelton. not vel dry behind the ears from a bowling standpoint, showed the oldtimers of the ma- ple lanes a few tricks at Vancou- ver last Sunday. The youthful Sheltonian set a new pinnacle in the singles divi- sion of the Toy Lindbad All-Coast bowling tournament, which draws the best from the west during its Novemher to June run each year, when he hung up a 750 scratch to- tal on games of 254 278 and 218. This not only leads the open division singles but is a new rec- ord total in the 13-year history of the tournament Plus a 30-piu handicap, his 780 also leads the handicap division. He paid entry fees into both divisions. IN THE 30 FRAMES of the series Ahlquist had 24 strikes on- ly one open- -a 2-8 split on which he chopped off the two-pin in the final game. He had one string of eight strikes end-to-end during his big 278 middle game. His feat stands to win him in the neighborhood of $1.000 in pmze money if his two scores stand up in both divisions during the final two weeks of the 8 mon- th tournament. But for a weak series m the 5- man team event, a 498 on 185- I32-181 games, he would be atop the all-events standings, too. where he now has 1863 scratch and 1953 aggregate after a 615 series 215-199-201) in the doubles. HE AND GALE ALBRECHT, with their 1258 aggregate, stand to be among the doubles prize win- ners. Gale posted 538 (202-144- 192) and had 75 pins handicap. Ahlquist is a comparative new- comer to the bowling ranks, hav- ing got his start in the Shelton Junior league some half dozen years ago. He is now completing his third season in adult play, where he bowls with teams in the Simpson and men's city leagues at Shelton Ree. tle major league at Timber Bowl. and the Southwest Washington traveling league. His mean average for all leagues is a stout 185 pins. His ambition is to become a professional bowler and he will attend a Brunswick automatic pin- led one across during a 3-run, 5- hit first inning, and his infield out checked in another during a 4- run. 4-hit third frame bm'st The Clintbers backed Rose with 12 safe blows with Snvder getting two along with Bill Smith (includ- ing a double and Jim Riehards. sophomore catcher. The Climbers came from behind to sack North after the visiting Vikings scored solo runs in the first and second. The initial tally was unearned, the second came on a single and triple. The final Viking marker was also a gift, positioned by a wild pitch after a pair of singles ,one solid, one dribbledi). AT TIlE SAME TIME the Clim- bers were doing little with their own bat. against Jerry Nordberg, but managed to square it with a solo counter in the second , on Tom ringard's booming double down the leftfield line and Mike Sheedy's single) and another in the fourth when catcher Berna Tom dropped the ball on a squeeze bunt allow- ing Gary Peterson to register. Gary had walked, been wild pitch- ed and bunted to third Three go-ahead runs in the fifth were gifts when Viking first base- man Roberts didn't get the tail- gate down on Peterson's sharp grounder with two out and Landis and A1 Wagner in scoring posi- tions. Wingard's second hit of the day drove Peterson across. A final run in the sixth result- ed from Mike Sheedy's walk and pinch-hitter Bill Smith's line dou- ble over the centerfielder's head. Phone 426-6432 Gene Hanson, Manager helm. Calif,, to prepare for a ca- reer 4s an installation and main- tenallee expert on automatic pin- setters. He has been tinkering with such work at Shelton Recreation recently. MEN'S TRIO BOWLING W L Flintstones ................................ 6 4 Prairie Roosters .................... 6 4 Touchables .............................. 3 2 Vagabounds ............................. 5 5 M1MO ........................................ 5 5 Hopefuls .................................... 2 3 Lucky X .................................... 4 6 Alley Oops ............................... 4 ti High games -- Keith Sawge 233. High series--Keith Savage 745 Prairie Rooster,s 3{Webb Rust- vold 694 ,. Hopeful 2 ()gob Henz 602) : Vagabounds 3 tBob FloreR 597). MIMe 2 ('vVally Eigenman 703): Flintstones 3 ,Max Mikkel- sen 710l. Alley Oops 2 ,Keith Sa- vage 745-233): Touchab les 3 Dean Smith 680. Lucky X 2 ,Reg Brown 6391. PREP BASEBALL SCORES Shelton 6. North Kitsap 3 East t. North Kitsap 3 Bainbridge 4. Port Angeles 0 Central 10. North Mason 2 South Kitsap 1. Sequim 0 Shelton 5. Port Townsend 2 West 10. Bainbridge 2 Central Kitsap 3, Sequim 2 Shelton 8. Ehna 1 Montesano 13-7. Winlock 1-0 North Thurston 10. Laughbon 0 Olympia 8. Aberdeen 7 Hoquiam 2. Centralia 0 Stadium 4, South Kitsap 3 North Thurston 7, Olympia 1 Tumwater 12-0, St. Martin 8-7 Aberdeen 12. Hoquiam 2 Olympia 3. Hoquiam 1 Centralia 4, Nrth Thurston 0 Aberdeen ] 0, Mark Morris 1 Elma 3-1. Montesano 0-0 Peninsula 4 East Bremerton 1 Stadium 5-0. West Bremerton 4-4 East 9. Sequim 4 Port Angeles Ii, Port Townsend 3 South 9, North Mason 3 Bainhridg 4. Central 3 West 3. Peninsula 1 Montesano 4/ Chehalis 3 Aberdeen 5, Elma 4 Morris 3. Centralia 2 PREP TRACK SCORES Shelton 36. South 30, Central 28. West 27. East 21. North 12. Port Angeles 12. Montesano 37, Chehalis 32. St. Martins 27b. Elms 27, Winlock 19V, Tumwater 18, Rochester 11. Eatonville 9 (non-qualifier nleet ) Bainbridge 76 Clallam Bay 22, Forks 18. Quileene ii North Mason 6. Neah Bay 1. Shelton 781. North Thurston 481. South Kitsap 67. Shelton 37. North Kitsap 34. Central I<itsap 32. Bainbridge 5 ,non-qualifiers meet,. Ehna 93, South Bend 85. St. Martins 66. Ocosta 55 aS, Valley 54. Ilwaco 30. Naselle 254. Turn- water 11. Eatonville 6. Montesano 5, Quinault 0. Wishkah 0. Yelm 0. Aberdeen 218. Olympia 116, Ho- quiam 70. Raymond 109. Mossyroek 79, Chehalis 69, Castle Reek 60, %Vin- lock 47, Cathlamet 19, Morton 11. Toledo 10 Pe Ell 7. Napavine 6, Rochester 4 White Pass 2. Oak- ville 1. Long 138, Morris 107 2/3. Kelso 106. Centralia 741/3. Hudson's Bay 82, Fort Vancou- ver 34, Battle Ground 25, Ever- green 11. ,IUNIOR HIGit TRACK Shelton 99. Jefferson 89. Wash- ington 71. Hood Canal 35. St. Mar- tin 22. Hoquiam 132 3/4. Miller 58 , Hop- kins 571A, Centralia 51! USED CARS Ford '59 CUSTOM 300 4-DR. I f AUTOMATIC they. 1955 2 dr. h.t. Ford Ford 1960 FALCON 2 DR. STICK REBUILT ENGINE i .i Ford 1957 4 DR. V-8, o.d., new paint. Rambler "---1 1960 4 DR. STICK / ,,I Ford 1959 BUSINESS COUPE 6 CYL. STICK Plymouth 1958 SAVOY 4 DR.I / V-8, AUTO. Rambler 1959 Amer. wagon Ford 1958 CUSTOM 300 6 cyl., beautiful black Pontia(_00 j--Mereury00 _1 1957 MONTCLAIR 4 DR. 955 2"DR. H.T. H.T. loaded with extras. JIM PAULEY INC. 5th & lailroad Evenings Call Bu Rose  426-2156 Phone 426-8231 Bob Wolden- 426-3261 NORTH MASON SPORTS HEWS Jay Alien Qualifies For District Track Meet By Winning Sub-District High Jump, Class A By Dennis Nhelly BELFAII. --The NM Bulldogs hanaled Central Kitsap Congars a lie for third place in Olympic League competition last Thursday. The Cougars are now paired with the Wolves of Sequim and we find NM dragging anelmr on bottom. In the recent game. the Bull- dogs committed five errors in the second inning to let in five Cougar runs. Mike Ruhle was 3-4 and Gordy Radovieh was 4-4 all singles for the Cougars aud Rick Anderson was 2-3 m pacing the Bulldogs. North Mason 020 000 0- 2 4 7 Cent. Kitaap 153 010 x- 10 13 1 Teu-to-iwo sounds like a base- ball runaway but it wasn't when the Blazers licked the :lefferson Jaguars by that count last week in Olmypia. In this ease the ball game wen1 an extra inning before Coach Jer- ry Knutson's lineup busted loose with eight runs to break up a 2-2 deadlock which had lasted since the fifth frame. IT WAS SHELTON'S second victory of thc year ,both over the Jags) for a season record now oI 2-and-4. The Blazers are idle now until May 27. unless tlley can pick up some presently unsched- uled action somewhere in the meantime. In the big overtime blast the Blazers combined six walks with three hits. one of which was pitcl- er Rich Burfiend's base-cleaning double. Tom Marshall and Dale Down inserted singles into the precedings. The rally might have kept on longer had not Burfiend been thrown out at third trying to stretch his hit. But'fiend. a lefthanded eighth grader, and Bob Young had LeeR- ed up in a flossy flinging duel through the regulation seven frames with Young's wildness off- setting his hit-stinginess. Young and his 8th inning reliever. Jim Douglas, gave 15 walks altogether. HOWEVER, NONE were invol- ved in the two-run Blazer fifth when Scott Swisher drove in both tallies witi] a bases-loaded single following one-sack socks by Bur- fiend and Bob Bryant. a sacrifice and a walk. Jefferson's first run off Bur- fiend, in the fourth, was the result of a dropped outfield fly followed by a single. The tying run in the fifth was earned .on a walk and two following singles. Buff tend struck out 12 Jags, walked six The short score: RHE Shelton 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 8--10 7 1 Jefferson 000 110 00 .... 271 Batteries--Burfiend and Swisher: Young, Douglas (8l and Foster. 5lIKED FOURSOMES \\; L Cherry Pickers .............. 6 2 Rock Chuckers 4L) 31 Slow Starters .................. 4 4 Gold Brickers .................. 3 b,/z 4 !'.'_, Alley Oops .................... 3 5 Twisters ............................ 3 5 High games Jean Hartwell 176. Jack Sampson 219. High series--Jean Hartwell 432. Jael Sampson 578. Cherry Pickers 4(Dean Smith 547. Twisters 0 Don Knudsen 488): Gold Briekers 2t/. (Dale 4-Iartwell 528) Rock Chuekers 15 ,Carl Bernert 438, : Slow Starters 2 Jaek Sampson 578); Alley Oops 2 (Gayle Wentz 470., East Bremerton. 3-2. the boys los- mg to South Kitsap, 6-0, The girls results: Ningles--..Marilyn Mills (NM) def. Linda Anderson IE 6-1, 6-1; Bobble Weems ,El def. Connie Harris (NMI. Pat Warberg (El def. 8-19. 9-7. 6-0. Pat Bixenmann (NM 4-6. 6-2 6-2. ihmhles- .-Nancy Mattus-Elaine Crosswhite ,NMI def. Barbara Riehards-Sandy Snow (E. 6-3. 6-2; Jeannene Gier-Chris Bixen- mann ,NM) def. Vicki Wright- Lam'en Franeoeur (E). 6-1 6-1. The boys results: Sonth Kitsap, North Mason 0 Singles-- Steve Parmlev (SK) def. Tom Mills (NM)', 6-0. 6-0: Monday also brought another Howard Bickle ,SK) def. Tom Me- Olympic Peninsula league defeat Kay NM), 6-3, 6-2; Tom Sellers 1o the Bulldog baseball team, but [ tSK) def. Dennis Shelley iNM), ths hme by a more respectable ,.-o 6-4. 6-2: George Mills (SKI def. score at the hands of South Kit- Run Bickle (NM, 6-1. 6-1. sap. Dick MeKinney slammed a 2--run honter for the Bulldogs, but a 5- run 6th inning spree by South broke np a close ball game up to that point The short score: R H  South .......... ::'....010 005 1--9 12 2 North Mason 000 100 2. -3 4 5 Batteries---Grothen. Nilson (31. Reed (5 . Stevens (7) and Bonds; Shellgren, Watson 161 and Ander- son. The girls tennis team was rained out tv<ice last week and were unable to play the once beat en East High and West High teams. The boys team did man- age to find a dryer day, still quite et. and all to no avail. The Port Angeles Redskins skunked the Bulldogs 5-0. SINGLES Tom Mills lost. 6-3. 6-2: Tom McKay lost. 6-3. 6-3; Dennis Si:elly lost. 6-3, 6-2. DOUBLES--Tom McKay and Nell Hoem lost. 6-0, 6-1. and Tom Mills and Mike Campbell lost. 6-2. 6-1. I)oulfles.---Parmley-Bickle tSK) def. Mills-McKay (NM). 6-2 .6-3: Mike Boucher-Jim Golden ISK] def. Shelley-Mike Campbell tNMb 6-4. 7-5. $ * * In track, we find Freshman Jay Allen eligible for the upcoming class A district track meet at Lake Washington High School. Jay finished first in the high jump 5'4"I at last week's league quali- fying meet at South Kitsap. Also itt competition at the qualifying meet were Don Spanier, who fin- ished fourth in the 100 yard dash: Larry Hoem. who finished third in the 880 run and Gen Foster, who managed a fourth in the nfile run. Coming up for the Bulldogs TENNIS May 13, boys at S. Kitsap May 14, girls with Shelton May 15. girls with Bainbridge May 16. boys with East BASEBALL May 13, with S. Kitsap May 16, at East TRACK Bulldog tennis teams were busy May 17. District meet Monday, the girls winning over i May 25, State Meet. CWSC IIODERN or TRADITIONAL Whatever your decor Add Beauty & warmth with an inexpensive FREE STANDING FIREPLAGE the ceiling suspended chimney can go any place in the room. Carlson Tile & Fireplace Shop on Mt. View --- PHONE TODAY 426-2057 TENSE ? relax with an EVINRUDE l {before you become "pasf tense]'] Tired of felephones', mornin mail keeping up will the Joneses? Like to get eway from it all? See your friendly get-away-from-it-all outfitter-- we sell relaxatio and family fun. 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