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1963 SHELTONMASON COUNTY..10[ IRNAL--- Published, in "Chris,t astown. U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington t A(E r SPORTS EARN STATE MEET "FRmP$; PERFORMANCE FALLS FOR WATERS 0robs and junior the Red and d high school as quail- the state track repeat Lrip, be compet- : event Lhan last. district javelin he carries a discus as his lip CH AND MOW Paul. even though he ran the fastest half mile of his career at 2:00.8. barely squeezed aboard the Pullman express with a fom&apos;th place in a record-breaking field at KirMand. wbere the West Central district meet was held Fri- day night. THE TVVO, accompanied by Coach Bob Sund. leave early Thursday morning fox' Pullman. Both nmst qualify in Friday pre- liminaries in order to get a creek at state championships Saturday. Combs must make one of his four preliminary throws good enough to be among the best seven in order to get a chance at three additional heaves in Satur- day's finals. Brown mnst finish no worse than fourth in his preliminary heat in order to be among the eight finalists on Saturday in the- half. mile. Although Brown set a new per- sonal pinnacle at R:trkland. Sund figured he should have done con- siderably better because he was content to take it too easy in the early going. COMBS GOT OFF one of his better throws aL 149' 11 3/4" to claim his second spot at Kirk- land. But a new school record wasn't enough to get senior Joe Waters to Pullman Waters ran a splen- did 21.1 low hurdles race at Kirk- land, knocking one-tenth of a sec- ond off his own school mark. but it was only good for sixth place in a field which packed five others in ahead of him in a winning 19.5. time. Nor was a season's best of t:34.8 sufficient to qualify the Climber $80 yard relay team of Waters, Brown. Brian Brickert and Terry LaBissoniere. Not in a field which found a new record set at 1:30.3 from which only two qualify. The Climbers tied with Central Kitsap for second place in their heat but the heat winner. Clover Park. got only fifth in the ..: :.' :.;' ;4,< GARY COMBS IAU], BROWN best-time placing from the two heats run. OTHER CLIMBERS who per- formed in the district meet did this: Brickert 7th in the 880, Jim Lament ouL aL 11' 6" in the pole vault won at 13' 3", Jim Sells out of contention in the broad jump, and Combs was fifth in the jave- lin. ShelLon accumulated 14 Learn points (scoring was on a 10-8-6-4- 2-1 basis for first through sixth) with others like this: Stadium 76, Lincoln 42, Lake \\;Vashington 34 1/6. Bellevue 28. Mercer Island 28. \\;est Bremerton 28. Mt, Rain- ier 22. Sunmer 22, Highline 21 1/6. Bellarmine 20 1/6. Bethel 21 1/6. North Thurston 12. Puyallup 12. Renton 12. Central Kitsap 11, Evergreen 10. North KiLsap 10. East Bremerton 9, Auburn 6. En- nmeJaw 6. Wilson 6. Sammamish 5 1/6. Federal Way 5. South Kit- sap 4 1/6. Glacier 4. Clover Park 2, Issaquah 1. Bethel. Franklin- Pierce. Kent. Mt. Tahoma. PorL Angeles all 0. CUtS reduces ratioh standards. for care leaves and bag. | | mowingest narket! SHOP Icrest DON'T BE HARD of HEARIHG FREE HEARING TESTS drives blue-gray Chrysler Nearing Glasses Ear Level Aids Body Type Aids from Only Cords -- B/tteries -- Repairs Ser.-Fit-Chg-lmport Shelton Hearing Aid Center 211 Cota St. Shelton, Wash. Ph. 426-8612 Olimber Defense Shaky Shakes g.s West S00ores 8-0 Hen-League win Shaky :tcfeusive play, erotic pit- ohina mid slolen bases played to \\;Vest Bremerton's advantage Men- (my as the Wildcats captured an S-0 non-league baseball verdict from the Shelton Highclimbers at Bremer'ton The Climbers. meanwhile ms- naked but three hits off }VilHcat Bob Nelson. one a double by Bry- an Snyder. Shelton's slab starter. Snyder was subsequently nipped al the plate on a squeeze bunt with a run which would have equa- lized the count in the second in- ning for a mm the Wildcats scor- ed in the first on a lead-off triple and an outfield fly. Snyder yielded three hits. two wild pitches, two stolen bases and his defense eommitLed an error for three 'Cat runs in the second. Four more West runs in the third werc no fault of Snyders. He got the first two batters, then an infield boot opened the .gates. Two hits, two more errors, and three wild piLehes did the damage. Bob %Vlfitmarsh finished the last three innings and pitched hitless. scoreless ball, a walk being his only slip. Bill Smith and ken Landis pick- ed up the only other Climber hits off Nelson. Shelton played at Olympia Tues- day, went to Bremerton yester- day for a make-up with East then winds up the season Monday by hosting Bainbridge on Loop Field in another rain postponement. SHELTON ab r h'vFIST " ab r h Wagner rf I 0 0.Shedwin ef 4 2 1 Clary rf 2 0 0 Farris If 3 0 1 Peterson 3b 2 0 0 Duke rf 3 0 0 Whitmarsh p I 0 0 Holt c 3 0 0 Rose If 3 0 0 Shute 3b 3 0 0 Snyder I)-gb 3 0 1 Kueinski ss 3 2 1 XVingard s. 3 0 0 Nelson p 2 2 2" M. Sheedy ef 1 0 0 lIills 2b 2 1 1 Smith cf 1 0 1 Gran 2b I 0 0 Kadoun ef 1 0 0 Trudelle lb 2 1 0 Bailey 2b 2 0 0 Totals 26 g 6 Riehards c I 0 0 T. Sheedy c 1 0 0 Landis lb 2 0 l Totals 24 0 3 Score by Innings ShelLon 000 000 0--0 hits 010 011 0---3 %Vest 134 O00 x--8 hits 132 000 x--6 SUMMARY: 3b-Shedwin. 2b-Sny- def. SH-Holt RBI-Farris 2. Mills 2. Nelson. Holt. E-Shedwin. Shute. Tingard 2 Wagner. PeLerson, Sny- def, SB-Shedwin. Farris. Trudel]e. SO-Snyder 2. XVhiLmarsh 3. Nel- son 3. BB-Snyder 3, VVhitmarsh I, 1 Nelson 0. RR'.F-Snyder 3. DP-Win-I gard to Bailey to Landis, Gran to I Kueinski to Trudel],e. LOB-Shel- I ton 3, West 5. LEGION TEAM- BILLS 2 DOUBLEHEADERS "ViLh high school baseball head- ink for the exits American Legi(m junior baeball is standing in the wings.. ]:ady to step to center stage. Shelton's team will play an in- dependent s e h e dule a g a i n this year in the absence of a formal 4th District league, aiming for a a-team district playoff with Puy- allup and Parkland in mid-uly. Two Sunday doubleheaders are presently dated for Shelton. with the Bm%n American Legioh team June 2 and with the BuriewCon- nie Mack team June 9. boLh on Loop Field. Return games will be dated with the same clubs later in the year. George Snyder will coach the 1963 team. 'Use Journal Want Ads B SQUAD SQUASHES SOUTH glTSAP 17-2 Rnns; hits and errors cal!le in bunches like grapes last Wednes- day when the Highclimber B squad laced South Kitsap, 17-2. on Loop Field. Coacl Larry \\;Veir's Little Clim- bers enjoyed a field day as they opened with three rams m the first tuning and finished with seven m the sixth. In between they tapered off with a solo nlarker in the second and six in the fifth. Weir used a play- er for every rlln seventeen -- as he cleaned his bench.Only one to get two hits was shortstop Rich Mackey, one of only three who played the full game. Bob VJhitmarsh and Bob Ben- nett shared pitehing honors and between hem confined South Kit- sap to five hits. Bennett gave np the runs in the sixth. The short score: R H E South O00 002 0----2 5 8 Shelton 310 067 x--17 9 3 Batteries ...... Yingling, Bryant (6), Rightery (6} and Herbold; \\;hitmarsh. Bennett (4} and T. Sheedy. Kadoun ,6). Skokomish Scalps Porlland Avenue, Taholah In Openers Skokomish opened its baseball season last weekend in Tacoma with a pair of non-league vic- tories which served notice on fen low entries in the Puget Sound Indian League that the Mason County team is going' to be tough in defense of the championship it has won the past three years, Saturday's victory came over Taholah, 7-4. on the strength of a 6-run fifth inning in which donbles by Tom Gouley and PeIc Peterson were instrumental ahmg with three singles, a walk and a hit batter. GOVLEY RECEIVED credit for the pitching win in relief of starter Doug LaClair. who went the first four frames of the seven inning tilt. Sunday's triumph was a lop- sided 10-'0 success against Port- land Avenue of Tacoma in which Ronnie Peterson and Gouley shared pitching honors. Peterson gave np the hme hit Portland Avenue managed off their com- bined offerings, a second inning one-out single which turned out to be the only Portland Avemm baserunner of the game. Neither 'Skokomish pitchers gave up a walk and they were backed by flawless d'cfensive play by their teammates. SKOROMiSlH SCORED in each of its five trips to the plate with youthful Robert Miller contribut- ing three hits to a 13-blow as- sault Ray Johns and Tom Gouley chipped in wilh two each A league meeting ,was held dur- ing the ',veekend at which Steve Johns. busino.ssmanager for Sko- komish, 2{was qleeted seeretary- t laeau]:6r. Ha:rol{ Rios of Portland Avenue was elected president, Leon Strofil of Taholah vice-presi- dent. The short scores: R H E Skokomish ...... 000 160 O-7 9 ] Taholah ............ 300 010 0--4 6 6 Batteries .... LaClair. Tom Gou- ley (5) and P. Peterson: B. Char- ley, Piekernell and L. Strom. R H E Portland Ave 000 000-- 0 1 3 Skokomish ........ 124 23x---10 13 0 Batteries .... Satieum and \\;V. Case: R. Peterson. T. Gouley (5) and P. Peterson. More Sports Pages 6 and 19 Quality : v ........... Telephone oup Ghevpolet dealep top an_n_.y type of tpuck. HELL CHEVROLET COMPANY 1st & Grove Sts, Shelton Ph. 426-4426 Climber Rallies Fall Shoff, Pod Angeles Takes Weird Hod, 10-9 OI,YMPIC LEA(,II'i? IA4EIL%LL \\;V L rf ra East Bremerton _. 7 0 61 16 Bainbridge ................ 5 2 48 ]4 Central Kitsap ........ 6 3 37 25 Sequim ...................... 5 4 28 24 South Kitsap ......... 5 4 36 50 North Kitsap ............ 5 4 48 33 SHELTER ............. `3 4 31 25 Port Angeles ............ 4 5 42 46 Port Townsend ...... 2 7 `36 45' North Mason ............ 0 9 11. 9:-; Latest Scores Port Angeles I0. SheILon 9. East 12. North Mason 0. Bainbridge 11. South 1. Central 4, Port Townsend I, North 8. Sequim 4. Charge back as they would, the Highclimbers never qhte made up a 4-run spot they handed Port Angeles on Loop Field Friday af- ternoon, so the Roughriders headed back up the Peninsula with a veild and weird 10-9 Olym- pic league baseball victory. The Climbers were four runs down after the visitors scored three in the first on a base-clean- ing double) and another in the second ,on two costly errors) be- fore they scored a pair, both un- earned on a hit batter sand- wiched between two miscues. By tbe time Shelton scored agaiw in the fourth the Riders held a 7-2 lead. but Gary Peter- son's triple sandwiched between singles by A1 Wagner and Mike Sheerly Mike's went for the full cireuiL on an outfield error) shaved the margin to reasonable propm'Lions. AFTER ANOTHER Angeles tally in the fifth in which two more errors did the dirt. the Climbers moved to within one of the visitors with a pair drive in by ken Lane}is' single after Tim Rose singled and Brian Snyder doubled. The run-crazy rivals traded 2- run bombs in the sixth to stay one marker apart, then both threat- ened in the seventh without sue- cess to wind un the 19-tally total Soph catcher Jim Riehards singled home Shelton's sixth inning pair after a hit batter and two walks filled the sacks. REDWOOD s1900 WITH 2 BENCHES [ CEDAR all 8 IIIWIlIIilIIIIilIililIIIIIlilIIIHiilHiUil00IlIIRI LASCOLITE FIBERGLASS FOR PATIOS Inthe seventh Mike Sheedv. wh L.  (]o ., much trouble wiLh a leaping stab of a liner which he eonvertecl into a double killing at second I tC base. got hit by = 26" x 8' sq. FT. PORT ANGELES never Mike out---/three walks. )itched ball. and single, one rim driven in nnd two scored, plus a couple of fielding gems. He drew his last walk with two out in the seventh, then movcd to second as Bill Smith was nicked by:a pitch, and fans began to vision the tying zxm there in Mike at secoml, tt Tom \\;Vingard bang'cd into a force play at third to end Lhe game The defeat scisNored a four-game winning" streak for the Climbers. .... Both stavtinff pitchers w(n-e %necked out Of the box but found Lhemselve back, on Llle slab aa'ain ,it the finish in the weird contest. Both retired to third base after taking,thgir lumps on the hill but came .back to finish up when their relievers also trod the trail to trouble. The box score: a,N({EI.E, ab r h qlIEI.TON ab rh Rolim'.('[ 4 r) 0 %Vfigner.rf 5 1 ff , W'oma,' '1 n O Pehu'sn.:tb-21 5 I 1 t-[arrison.rf a 1 1 M.Sheedylf-2b 1 2 l ardner,rf-p 1 1 1 gmith.cr :I 1 0 R(ynlds.gb-rf 3 3 2 Winard.ss 5 1 1 Enos.lf 3 2 2 Rose If-p 4 1 1 Hainsioek.ss 2(1(a 3nvder p-gb 2 2 1 b McD(matd 1. 1 0 Richards.e t (1 1 P, odford,c a  2 [andis.ll) 4 0 1 Vtlndrff,p-3t) 2 1 ? Wdodsido.2b 2 Blfllock.2b 2 0 ] Sol'ells,,n,lb 3 0 1 c Rice 1 fl T,,,als -777&-; Total aa  a Lined out for Reline in Zth. b Grounded into force play for Hainstoek in 6th. c Popped out for Sm'enson in 7th Score by Innings Angeles ..................... 312 112 0----10 Hits ........................ 302 11,3 1.---11 Shelton ...................... 020 322 0--- 9 Hits ...................... 001 341 0 - 9 SUMMARY: HR---Reynolds. 3b ---Peterson. 2b-- Snyder. Bedford 2 SH- Bedford. Reynolds. RBI--- Richards 2. Landis 2. Petersen. Sheedv Bedford 4. Woodside 2. gorenson. Roline. Re.molds, Enos, E--Rose 2, \\;Vingard. Richards. Peterson Roline Hainstock. Wood- side, Sorenson. SO---Snydcr 2. Rose 1, Vollendorff 2. Gardner 3. BB-Snvder 2. Rose 1, Vollendorff 3. Gardner 3. VCP---Snvder. HB-- Enos by Snyder. Smith. Snyder by Voltendorff. RRF-----Snyder 4. Rose 2. Vollendorff 4. Gardner 2. DP--Sheedy to Wingard. Gily Grade School Track Meet Thursday This Thursday afternoon, Shel- ton grade school boys and girls will participate in the annual Re- tory Club city track meet at Loop Field. First events are scheduled to start at 1:00 o'clock with Rotar- tans officiating, assisted by mem- bers of the Shellon school coach- ing staff and track squads MEN'S TRIO BOWLING \\;L Flintstones ................................ 11 4 Prairie Roosters .................... ]0 5 MIMe .......................................... 8 7 Touchables .................................. 7 3 Vagabounds ................................ 6 9 Lucky X ...................................... 6 9 Alley Ooops ................................ 5 10 Hopefuls ..................................... 2 8 High game--Lionel Leman. Mor- ley Preppernau 20`3. High series -- Morley Prep- pernau 775, Flintstones 5 ,Tom Olson 658}, Hopefuls 0 ( Bob Henz 51`3; Touchables 4 (Dean Smith 667), Alley Oops 1 (Lionel Leman 7451: PrairieRoosters 4 (Ralph Simp- son 682), Vagabonds 1 ,Fief Min- oza 652}. IIIMO 3 Morley Prep- pernau 775. Lucky X 2 ted Dun- bar1. 26"x 10' 63o 26"x 12' 5 0Z, 00EIGHT * GREEN * WtlITE * SAND * YELLOW FULLER'S , Redwood Stain Now 1 $ 88 IDEAL FOR FENCES IIlllllIIIIlIIIIIIIII00|II|00IIRIlUi|RRIII0000I|00NI0000 VERTICAL LOUVRE FENCING 8' Post . Lumber Only 5' Hi section..92 per lin. ft. 6' Hig per section..I.04 per lin. ft. lliiliiiiiilillllililllillllllliillillliillll||l00llllli HORIZONTAL FENCIN00 8' Post Spacing. Lumber Only 4' High..$5.92 per seetton, 74e l)er lin. ft. 5' High..$6.64 per section..83e per. lin. ft. 6' High..$7.84 per section..98 per 1in. ft. ALL LUMBER SOLID. NO HOLES Since 1895 SHELTOH 1st and PINE 46-4393 OLYMPIA 503 W 4th 357-5569 MONDAY, FRIDAY: 8 A.M. TILL 5:30 P.M. SATURDAY: 8 A.M. TILL 4:30 P,M. l "m