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1963 gIIELTON--MAg0N COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Chrtstmostown. U.S.A.". Shelton. Washington PAGE 7 RETAINS ROTARY SCHOOL TRACK TITLE squad of throwers, or the second of Shelton ?iled up 126 of Bor- at 62. family and two older Mike. of followers and other Past years. ae ribbons to Mr. View Who had two and Jim Spin )oints for a each. Year&apos;s top Bordeaux While Er- got its big- Austin's two for the the -Rotary e COmpetition Bill B Darrell B. Class :asey Dean White- Maynard B, iee WAit- B. Class Sandoval s I{V, Sally ,ally Swi- MV, Dittman B, Gruv0r E, Rita Warner MV, a Adams MV, 0X :45 ONLy 'E SHOW Dan Knauf MV. Class B -- John Eagle MV. Lee Burfiend B. Dick Shrum B, Bob Cole MV. Class C -- Jim Connolly MV. Jim Spilseth MV. Bill McComb E. Harold Riske B. 200-YARD SHUTTLE RELAY (Girls-open} Evergreen, Mt. View. Bordeaux. 440-YARD RELAY (open) -- Evergreen, Mt. View, Bordeaux. BROAD JUMP ()lass A -- Gary Austin E, Ed Adams MV. Mike Sparks E. Bob Ruddell MV. Class B -- Lee Bur- fiend B. Bill Richards E, Bobby Baker B, Bill Daniels E. Class C Casey Dean B, Joe Byrd MV, Jim Connolly MV, Jim Spilseth MV. SHOT PUT --- Class A -- Gary Harshman B. Gene Purvis E. Keith Tibbitts MV. Warren Workman B. Class B- Joe Waldrip B. Bill Richara=s'E, Bill Daniels E. Monty Fuller MV. Class C  Tim Anstey lV[V, Jim Connolly MV. Jack Stentz MV, Stuart Shefler B. HIGH JUMP Class A  Dan Caulfield M'V. Mike Luhm B. Gene Pul"is E Matwin Roush B. CLass B -- Bob Cole MV. Dick Shrum B and Lee Burfiend B tied for 2nd, Dave Barnett MV. Class C -- Joe Byrd MV, Randy White B and David Teo B tied for 2nd. Bill McComb BASEBALL THROW (girls) Class A -- Becky Beatty B. Cheryl Neseth E. Pat Sisson B, Betty King B. Class B -- Judy Sandoval MV, Susan Bloomfield MV. Cynthia Rice E. Pat DiLL- man B. Class C -- Sally Swisher MV, Marilyn Okano E, Barbara Masteller B, Barbara Sewell B. BIGLEY PIGEONS SWEEP TOP SPOTS Paul Bigley pigeons, except for a third place bird out of the Dick Giles loft, swept the first five places in Sunday's old-bird race, sixth of the current series, from Roseburg, Oregon. Bigley's 13 entries took four places with a blue cock homing first over the 287 mile course at 1119.652 yards per minute. He was tailed tightly by another blue cock at 1119.363 ypm, The Giles bird in third spot was a silver hen averaging 1101.965. followed by a Bigley pencil blue cock at 1095.- 170 an@a Bigley blue check cock at 1077.060. Youthful Larry Ziegler got into the upper bracket on the prize list for the first time with a blue hen in sixth place at 1028.870 ypm, followed by Larry Johnson's blue check hen at 1028.321, Three more of the 28 Giles en- tries followed in succession, a grizzled hen at 978.163, a red pied hen at 964.005, and a blue cock at 944.041. In llth place was one of Darryl Cookston's five entries, a red hen at 936.579, and finally a Gripp loft silver cock at 881.- 333 ypm ' S A V By The made by May I0 arn interest from May I AND SERVE YOURSELF 8&VINGs at current annual rates EARN BIVIDENDS M 4%% d four times annually Shelton Branoh County Federal & Loan Association I_ to $10,000.00 by the F.S.L.I.C. a P.M. Monday thru Thursday to 5:30 p.m. Fridays ie Branch Office ay 313 Railroad Ave Shelton, Wash. it0XES Private, .Confidential, Economical , . i i l i i ....................................................................... . , 'Olimber Bobbles Do Days Of Obscurity End ! East Blanks Shelton, GOLF CLUB CALENDAR " Rose Did, Hand 3.2 STOCK T-0, Walks For Ga,y Nicloy; Jack Jeffery arid Victory To Bruins Main Offense Weapon "':*" Myers After four seasons of major bander from Allyn who started as The ,lack Grays lind a big" day is(m: Bud Pauley and Bob \\;Vuenetl Sophomore southpaw Tim Rose league obscurity despite an excel- a Highclimber for t h r e e years on the links last week and wound beat Tony Nelson and Clyde Coots.:. deserved a better fate than the lent record, former Highclimber about ten years ago and then East Bremerton parlayed ten once aga.in leaders of the 19th Hole Thompsoa-Hulbcrt beat Homer continued his pitching at Wash- walks with six hits to maintain Club league after winning eight Woodard and Arn Cheney St.: Joe 3-2 loss it took Olympia eleven pitching ace Wes Stock is begin- ington State. a clean Olympic League base- out of 10 possible points. Holt and Ray Rice beat Jim Mof innings to pin on him in Olyrnpia ning to get his just dues as a key- Stock has seldom been in the ball record with a ninth straight The Grays jumped clear from sissey and Oliver Ashford: Price- last week. Tim and his Shelton Highelimb- cog in the Baltimore Oriole base- news even though last year he victory as the Black Knight.s 5th place in the tight race, replae- Hanson beat L. L. MeInelly and ers could have been shutout win- ball mechanism, made 53 relief appearances, in 40 lanced the Shelton Highclimbers. ins the Ray \\;galkers. who drop- Bud Knutzen: Sonny Lowe and His feat of winning both games of which he held the opposition 7-0. at Bremerton last week. ped to 3rd on a 6-for-14 day and Bean Daniels heat Laurie Carlsou The victory closed conference the Bud Klmtzens skidded fron] and Guy Beckwith. ners in the regular seven innings, of Sunday's doubleheader, in re- scoreless. He went nearly two play for the championship Knights. 3rd to 5th with 4-for-14. The top : * * but Tim's teammates booted home lief roles, as the Orioles beat complete years without a loss un- East tool< advantage of Bobby five teams are jammed within 55 PORT ANGELES WAXES two Bruin runs in the first frame Cleveland twice and moved 21,./_, til Boston beat him June 21 last \\;VhitemarsWs wildness to score six percentage points of ()lie another. SItFLTON GOLF TEAM and then committed three con- games ahead of the American year. His two triumphs over Cleve- runs in the second inning. After Sonny Lowe kept his undefeat- Visiting Port Angeles linksmen secutive bobbles in the 11th to al- low the victory-run to romp League field, has drawn cow, sider- land Sunday put his 1963 record at two walks sandwiched around a ed. untied satus with another vie- found the Bavshore golf course to home. able attention to the lean right- 5-0. strikeout, the I,:nights saildwiched tory and,leads all individuals with their liking Sunday and handed Meanwhile, the game's only two hits around another walk for his perfect 12-for-12 record. Oli- their host Sheltonihs a stiff 50- earned tally was scored hy the If'RUN INNING ENDS HIGHCLIMBER BALL the first three runs and matched ver Ashford and Jim Pauley re- 23 licking. Climbers in the fifth when senior that with the addition of a fielder's mained in the unbeaten but tied They also took low gross and Tom Wingard singled, senior Gary SEASON IN 14 8 WIN OVER BAINBRIDGE choice, another walk and a sacri- category, Oliver with a 15-for-16 low net iaonors. Ned Clark with Peterson .doubled. and Rose = " flee fly. mark. Jim with a 12-foF-14 slate, an even par 72 and Bob Klock whacked a fly to center which OLYMPIC BASEBALL LG. The:box score: \\;Vhitmarsh. making his first Week Nea.son Pet with 65. Shelton'a best in tllese chased Wingard home. W L rf ra BAINBRII)(IE SIII.iLTON varsity start, was relieved by Grays ................ 8/10 43/76 .566 two caterogies were Sonny Lowe Shelton had gotten away to a 'E. Brele'rton " 9 0 73 20 ab r h a,b r h sophomore Brian Snyder in the Kelly _ ............... 8/14 49/88 .55 and Phil Bayley with 75s and Har- 1-0 lead in the first with a solo Cent. Kitsap ............ 6 3 37 25 Clemontz lf-p 4 ] 1 ,Vaam,r rf 4 2 ] second. Snyder pitched excellent Walker ............ 6/14 5".{/96 .552 ry Cole with 69. Cole and Dick marker scored by sophomore Brian Bainbridge ................ 5 4 60 33 Howson cf 4 I 2 Pet(,rson 3b- ball the rest of the way, the fifth Thompson ........ 5/11) 35/66 .530 Yeager were the lone eleanswe6p Snyder when.his single was fol- North KiLsap ............ 5 4 48 33 F,'onchp a I 1 2b 5 2 2 inning run scored off him being Knutzen ............ 4/14 46/88 .511 winners for Shelton. unearned on a combination of a Faubert ............ 4/8 31/6t .484 Among the Port Angeles liltks- lowed by another by Wingard and Sequim 5 4 28 24 Eaton I) 1 0 0 ,Vingard ss 4 1 0 hit. stolen base and two errors. Mclneily 5/12 42/92 .457 men were " an infield miscue on Rose's roller. South Kitsap ............ 5 4 36 50 Chambers If 0 0 0 Smith cf 2 2 ] ............ two ex-She|tonians XVingard socked three of Shel- SHEITON ................ 4 5 45 40 Diltz lb ,t t 1 M. Sheedy If 0 3 a all after two out. Sehmidt ............ 6/8 25/56 .4,16 John Hooper and Bruce Thorpe, The Climbers. meanwhile, were Price ................ 2/10 43/100 .480 The scoring: ton's six hits. Sopliomore Ron Lan- Port Angeles ............ 4 5 42 46 Buitonveld SLv(h,r p-.b a 2 1 doing nothing serious at the plate. MeComb 8/14 /i(I/88 .409 P. ANGELES SHELTON dis got the sixth blow. Port Townsend ........ 2 7 36 45 2b-c 4 I 2 Bailey 21) I 0 0 Mike Sheedy got two of Shelton's ............ Olympia's winner in the llth North Mason ........... 0 9 11 93 Pralt (. 2 1 1 Ros, 1) 1 I ] fore' hits and was nipped trying GRAYS 8 --- Jack Gray 1. Son- Pane ............ 1.. Lowe ........... 2, was scored on a dropped outfield Final Games Ganalon 2b 2 0 0 Richards c 4 ] 2 t0 score on a squeeze bunt in the ny Lowe 2. Laurie Carlson 1, Pol- Gosner .......... % Bavley ........ 2 fly for a two-base error and then Shelton 14, Bainbridge 8 Blodgett rf 3 1 2 Lalldis lb 3 0 1 first for the nearest thing to a ly Parrett 2, Gene Hanson 2. Hagen .......... 2 Ho'lt '. ........... 1 two successive infield bobbles on East 7. Shelton 0 Dithm ss 3 l 1 Totals 27 al 9 Shelton run Terry Kadoun made KELLYS 8 --- Ollie Kelly 0, Dick Clark ........... 3 Jeffery . ....... 0 ground balls on th first three trot- East 5, Bainbridge 4 Loverich 3t) 4 0 1 ters up in'the inning. Totals 34 8 12 the hot corner in the sixth after Yeager 0, Clint ,Willour 2. Andy Machon ........ 0 Yeager . ...... 3 drawing a walk but died there. Tuson 0, Larry Larson 2, Dr. Link- MeLennon .... 3 "Wilhmr ._,..,. 0 Coach Chet Dombroski was un- Shelton rang out the 1963 Olym- SCORE fly INNINGS lohnson ........ 3 Mclnelly ...... 0 happy over the six Climber bat- pie league high school baseball Bain.bvidge 2 1  1 1 0 )--8 SIIFI/I'ON ab rh F, AST ab r h letter 2, Bob Wuench 2. ters who watched third strikes season with a barrage of basehits hits 3 1 3 2 2 0 1--12 ,Vagner.rf 2 0 0 Gibson,of 4 t ! WALKERS 6 Ray Walker 2, rilson ........ 3 Fletcher .... 0 sail past without swinging. Two which blended into a 14-8 vic- It;askiiLrf 2 0 0 D'.Tienhra.3b .g I ] Jim Fletcher 0. Fred Stuller 2. McDonald .... 2 Carlson ...... 1 of them occurred with runners in tory over Bainbridg here lon- Shelton 2 0 ] 0 11 0 x 14 M.Nheedy,lf 2 O 2 l)oxey ss 2 1 1 Bob Turner 2, Jim Morrissey 0. Jacobson .... 2, Jemison .... .', scoring position 'in the'second and day afternoon, hits 0 1 1 1 6 0 x--9 Kadoun.lf 0 0 0 Reasons,2b 3 1 1 Arn Cheney Sr. 0, Art Bennett 0. Belensky ...... 1% LaBisoniere 1: Nnyder,31-i) .... 1 ,, ........ seventh frames. Shelton had the The tune was the sweeter be- SUUM'AItY: 3b-Clemontz. Blodgott. P,qersn,2b-'b  0 0J. Tienhra,lb 1 0 0 1 THOMPSON8 5--Jerry Thonlp- Janeyura Daniels 1 Vray,e bases fnll after scoring the fifth cause it came from down under Dilloll. 2b-Iiehards 2. SH-Dillon. Lan- SVingard,ss 1 0 0 Novick.lf 2 1 0 son 0. Heinie Hilderman 1. Purl Haller .......... 3 Pauley ........ 0 Chlry,ss 2 0 0 Mitchell,ss 3 0 0 3emison 0, Glen Ferguson 2. Iv- Maloney ...... 3, Price ............ 0 inning run but couldn't capitalize and emerged into a crashing cres- dis. RBI-Richards 4. Snyder 3. Rose Rose,ef 3 0 0 liennedy,p 2 2 1 Kautz 2 Larson 1 on the opportunity, cendo of 11 runs in the fifth ill- 2, Wagner. Peterson, Smilh Sheody. Riehard..c 2 0 0 an Myers 2. " ................. ,IIELTON ab r 11 OLYMPIA ab rh ning, in the process driving one Landis. Blodg'ott 3, Hewson. French. T.Sheed.v,e 1 0 0 KNUTZENS 4 --- Bud Knutzen Adalns ........ 3 Rice ............ 0. Landis.lb 3 o o 0, Joe Holt 0, Rocky Hembroff 0, Hooper _ ....... 3 Halloway .... 0 Vagner.rf 5 0 0 Skarr,lf 5 0 [ of the league's top hurlers, Butch Diltz. Buitenveld Loverich. SB-Hew- .VhitmarM,p a o 0 Wood ............ 3 Coots .......... 0 nyder.3b 6 1 I Parr,2b 4 1 2 French, to cover, son. French. Petorson. E-Pratt DiN Baih, y,2b 2 0 I Bob Miller 0. Walt Snelgrove 2, Ruddolph 3 Knutzen .... 0 Wingard, 5 1 3 Tinker,3b 5 1 2 THE ISLANDERS were coast- Ion. Petersmv2. Tingavd. Smith. SO- - Jim Pauley 2. """ Peterson,2b 4 0 I Roget.ss 5 0 0 Totals 23 0 4 Totals 24 7 6 FAUBERTS 8 --- Ed Faubert 0. Powers ....... 1 Tusou ........ 11 Rose,p  0 0 Halverson,lb 5 0 1 ins along on an 8-3 lead when the French 5. EaIon 1. Rose 1 lB-Snyder Score by Imfings 3ack Jeffery 2. Frank Travis Jr.. Thorpe ........ , Miller . ...... 2i Clary,ef 3 0 0 Shipley,e 5 I 2 Climbers came to bat in the fifth. ]. French 7. Eaton 2. HB-Sheedy 2 Shelton ........................ 000 000 0--0 0, Frarik Heuston 2. Brown .......... 3 Nicloy 0 /Lgheed:v,lf 0 0 00Isen,ef 5 0 2 Suddenly French couldn't find the by French. WP-French. RRF-French ........ Bailey.If' 4 0 0I, yga,rf 4 0 0 Hits .......................... 101 010 1-4 McINELLYS 5 -- L. L. Mc- Ingrain ....... 0 Cole ............ 3 Richardu,c 4 0 0 Amans,p 1 0 0 plate, and after five straight walks 5. Eaton 6. Snyder 4. Rose 2. ]P- East ............................. 060 010 x--7 Inelly 1. Oliver Ashford 2. Bean Klock ............ 21 Stuller . ........ % Laudis.lb 5 0 1 Farringer,p 1 0 o he took a walk himself---to the French 4 plus. Eaton 1, Ch, meniz 1. Hits .......................... 120 210 X 6 * * '" Daniels 2. Walt Elliott 0, Clyde Del,ore,p I 0 0 bench. His successor was greeted Snyder 2 2/3. Rose 4 1/3. Itits oft'- SUMMARY: RBI---D. Tien- Coots O. Gary Nicloy 0. CLIMBERS CLOSE SEASO l,yman,1) 1 0 0 with keen enthusiasm by soph- French 3. Eaton 6. Snyder 7. Rose haara. Reasons. J. Tienhaara. SCHMIDTS 6 -- Ray Rice 2. VITH TVIN GOLF TRIUMPH Totals 39 2 6 Totals 41 3 10 omore catcher Jim Richards, who 5. Winner-Rose. Loser-Eaton. LOB- Wray, Doxey 2. SB---Doxey, No- A1 Munro 0, Steve Hale 2. Ken Victories over Raymond and Score by Innings promptly whaled a 3-and-2 pitch Shelton 7. Bainbridge 7 vick. Kennedy, Snyder. E--Clary, Montesano put a sweet finish to Shelton ............ 100 010' 000 00 .... 2 for a double to left which drove Landis. SO---Kennedy 5, ,Vhit- Broughton 2. Hits .............. 200 020 110 00-- 6 in two runs. ' marsh 2. Snyder 3. BB---Kennedy PRICES 2 Buck Price 1.. Guy the Climber golf season last TIDES OF THE WEEK Beckwith 0, Bud Pauley 1. Har- Thursday. The matches were play- Olympia .......... 200 000 000 01-- 3 Another sophomore, Ron Landis. 5. Whitmarsh 6. Snyder 4. RRF ry Cole 0. Bert Hoard 0. ed at Oaksridge between Elma and Its ............ 311 100 120 11--10 then squeezed across the tying run Whitm'rsh 6. DP----Snyder-Rieh- SUMMARY: 3b--Olden. 2b with a neatly executed bunt. Oomputed for Hood Canal ards-Landis. Kennedy-Reasons-J. MeCOMBS 8 -- Jim MeComb 2, l{ontesano. Peterson. Olsen. SH---Parr. Rose. But things were just getting Oakland Bay tides are 1 hr. and Tienhaara. PB \\;Vray. Phil Bayley 2. Bob Olson 0, Jack Bob Jeffery and Dave Reichman RBI Rogel, Rose. E--Rogel 2. started. After Tom Wingard flew Kimbel 2, Pop Hulbert 2, Ralph were 3-0 winners against both ri- Snyder 3, Clary, Landis. SB to center. Bill Smith singled, Mike 50 min. later and plus 3.0 ft. - ....................... Stevens 0. Bill Dickie 0. vals but Bob Walker Arid the best Johnson Biehl Orr ........ score for tile Climbers with his Clary. SO Rose 5, Amans 4. Far- Sheedy drew his second walk of   GOLF CLUB BREAKFAST 3-over-par 75. The scoring: ringer 1. DeLore 4. Lyman 3. BB the inning, Brian Snyder blooped Friday, May 31 Rose 1. Farringer 2, Lyman 3. a single to left. Tim Rose walked High .............. 1:13 a.m. 11.8 ft P0int Leaders For c,,:,,,,,,-,, NEXT SUNI)AY Shelton 12 Raymond 8 RRF Rose 0. Farringer 1. DP-- for the second time. and Richards Low ............. 7:53 a.m. 4.5 ft.. Public participation in the an- Walker 75 3 Swanson 93 0 WingaTd-Peterson-Landis, Rose- doubled for the second time. Ri- High .............. 1:18 p.m. 7.5 ft. Blazer Track Squad nual Shelton Golf Club breakfast Jeffery 82 3 Spurrell 88 0 Peterson-Landis. chards had four runs batted in Low .............. 6:55p.m. 3.5ft. is invited this coming Sunday Reichman88 31Frazier91 0 morning. Fredson 106 01Danzer 96 3 Skokomish Divides or the imung. , Saturady, June t Bob Johnson, Jim Biehl and Col- Hotcakos, ham and eggs, and Donahoe 99 3] 3agen 112 0 SHELTON SCORED three gift High .............. 1:55 a.m. 11,6 fL. tin Orr were point_ leaders respect- the trimmings will be served from runs in the early going off French, Low .............. 8:40 a.m. 3.4 ft. ,,, -, un'ear" ivoly for the Class A, B and C 8:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. for $1 fm Shelton Pair Wiih two in the first on two errors, High .............. 2:41 p.m. 8.1ft, diviMons of the Blazer junior high dults. 75 cent for youngsters 9 !,"z Montesano one a dropped third strike, a walk, Low . ............. 7:56 p.m. - - - Walker 75 lIKiliz 74 2 Racks U 26 Blows  ft. track squad during the 1,66 sea- all you can eat ]effery 82 3,Croshy 88 0 P a hit batter and an infield out. Sunday, Jmm 2 son. The committee is again headed Reiehman 88 3Scott 102 0 The latter.two sent the runs over. High .............. 2:30a.m. 11.4 ft. The Blazers went undefeated by Clara and Herb Angle. with Fredson 106 21Tqgman 105 1 Skokomish hammered 26 hits In the third Mike Sheedy was hit Low .............. 9:19 a..m. 2.4 ft. through tie sub-district, finished others being Laurie Carlson Donahoe 99 :IBjorkman 97 2% Sunday but got only an even div- for the second straight time and High ......: ......... 3:47 p.m. 8.8 ft. fourth in the district and marked the Jim Marrisseys. the Bud Pau- ,  , scored after a wild pitch on Tim Low 8:53p.m. 5.1ft: Ihir seventh consecutive season levs, the Dick Yeagers, the Polly I[ELEN RICE FEM WINNER mion in a twin bill with the Mc- Rose's single. - ............. Cleary Town Team at Skokomish. Bainbridg'e hopped all over Say- Monday, Jtlne 3 nnder Coach Bill Brickert without Parretts, and I[arj Thackeray. Ronnie Peterson pitched the full In the last week's women's day der for six runs in the first three High .............. 3:00 a.m. 11.1 ft. a dual-triangular meet defeat. ,: .... - play, with irons only, Helen Rice distance to win the opener foz innings on seven hits mixed with Low .............. 9:54 a.m, 1.5 fL The scoring by divisions: 2nd I{()UND COIIPI,ETE1) IN " the home forces 7-3. behind a 12- CLASS A -- Bob Johnson 45. TEAM CAPTAIN'S TOURNEY best drive. two errors. Two of the hits were High .............. 4:40p.m. 9.6ft. won the golf hall prize for the hit attack but even 14 safeties triples. Rose, after extricating Low . ............. 9:43p.m. 5.S ft. Mike Johnson 37.2, Skip Pnrvis Competition has now entered the 35. Mike Carper 32 ,.2, Bill Archer third round in the team captain's 'WHAT'S COMING OFF? failed to salvage a 6-5 loss in the Snyder from third inning trouble. Tuesday, Jnne 4 30, Harold Monson 26, Ed Rogers tounmment at the Shelton-Bay- The ladies division of the Shel- second game for Tom Gouley when worked the final four innings in High .............. 3:27 a.m. 10.9 ft. 26. Roger Samples 22 3/4. Dave shore Golf Club with eight 2-man ton Golf Club alerts members to the visitors pushed across a run effective syle although allowing Low . ............. 10:26a.m. 0.7ft. Gunter 15. Elton Olsen 9. Jack teams remaining in contention. uledin the7_inningSth inningeontest.Of the sehed- single earned runs m the fourth High _ ............. 5:26 p.m. 10.3 ft. Schuffenhauer 8, Dennis Phillips First and second round matches watehment tofrbeanmadeimprtantjune 27.annunce" Skokomish tucked the opener and fifth. Low .............. 10:30p.m. 6.3ft. 71/3, MilL Sehumaeher 5:;. John were completed last week with A re-schedule of a rained-out 1Vednesday, June 5 Vonhof 5, Stuart Looney 3. Rollie these results: away with a 5-run third inning contest from May 2, the game High .............. 3:51a,m. 10.7ft Duckham 2fi Jerry Marcy 2. Ron FIRST ROUND--Frank Heu- featuring a duble bY Jerry Blm- completed Shelton's season with a Lo ............... 10:57 a.m -1.0f,LeBreshl..DaveArmstrongl. ston and Jim Fletcher beat Clin t TV SETS field nd singles by Tom and Alec 4-5 league record, a season mark High 6:08p.m. 10.8ft Bob Erickson 1. All earned let- Villour and teve Hale; Purl GouleY,son. Gary and, Ronnie Peter- of 5-8. Low . ............. 11:13p.m. 6.8ft. ters except Vonhof. Armstrong, Jemison and Heinie Hilderman Jim Tobin's four hits in five Rgers' Marcy' Duckham" Erick- beat Bb Olsn and Plly Par" FOR RENT trips led the 14-hit assault in the Rainier Beach First Opponent son and LeBresh. , second game, closely followed by CLASS B -- Jim Biehl 44., rett: Jerry Thompson and Pop Hulbert beat Jake and ,Harry Tom Gouley's 3-for-4 and Robert LEGION ,,,..v'ne PLAY ou,....e""nnv m Olson 32, Chief Clayton 27, Cole: Buck Price and Gene Hanson Don't Miss the Fun and Miller'.s 3-for-5. Tobin had a triple ' Duane Fagergren 24, Jerry Brown beat Bob Turner and Les LaBis- Entertainment of Television in his ,collection, Gouley a double. 181:', Dennis Whiteaker 18. Frank soniere. 'Eleven other teams ad- Gouley's,pitchingehoresweresore- Fulton 11. Lar, y Schneider 7. vance to the second round on TAYLOR RADIO ly landiappd by nine errors Junior Legion baseball ushers ins pitchers Sunday will be his Thane Rucker 7, Allen Swope 6, byes commit, ted by his defense, account- in its 1963 season this Sunday son, Brian, a righthander, ana Les Johnson 6, Dave Dethlefs 2, SECOND ROUND .... Phil Bay- ins for fiv of McCleary's six runs. with a doubleheader starting at Tim Rose, a lefthander. Both were Dave Barnett 1. Rick Marshall 1. ley and Jack Kimbet beat I-Ieu- ELEOTRIO 1:00 o'clock on Loop Field. starters on the high school team Ivlike LaRose 1. All who made ston-Fletcher: Jim Pauley and 4th & CoLa 426-6602 McClearyThe short 0scres:2 1 0 0 0 0R 3H9 E2 Seattle.Sheltn meets Rainier Beach o thiSAsseasonthey getaS sophomoreS.in shape, however, letters.rere than seven points earned Lar Larson beat Andy Tuson and Skokomish ] 1 5 0 0 0 x---7 12 4 Coach George Snyder lost no Snyder will have both Bill Sloan CLASS C --- Collin Orr 42,/,... T Batteries---Estes and Karr; R. time getting his squad together and Ken Droscher available tot Joe Earl 23, Jay Cook 14, Buff PetersonandA. Gouley. after thefinalhighschoolgamepitching assignments. Neither Judah133/4 Toln Adams 12,. USED CARS R H E Monday, calling a practice Tues- played prep ball this spring, Bill Larry Dick 11. Glen Van Blaricom McCleary 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 1--6 7 2 day night and Will have further due to ineligibility, Ken to a bro- 103/4 Cort Cheney 7, Chuck Skokomish 0 1 1 0 3 0 0 0--.-5 14 9 workouts thfs Week m preparation ken foot now just about as good as Grytness 6 Eldon Atlen4. Eric Batteries Tornquist and Karr; for the opener, new. Sloan and Droscher figure Clayton ,i, Bob Tibbitts 3. Mike T. Gouley and P. Peterson, Smith. Probability is strong;his:tart, to carry a heavy bat load. too, Perkins 3. Gary Busack 3, Ron once they've had some practice. Howe 1. John Boardman 1. Les The Legion club will have all Young 1. Dave Byrd (. In this lord---- F d-or- of last year's squad eligible again group, letters were earned by Orr, this year except Roy Kimbel and Judah. Earl, Grytness, Dick, Cook, Don Andrews, who passed the age Van Blaricom and Howe. Orr ano I' ' | limit, although catcher Randy Earl are 9th graders, the rest 7th '59 CUSTOM 300 4-DR. ' 1959 BUSINESS COUPE l I Kingsbury has left to join the Na- and 8th graders. AUTOMATIC 6 CYL. STICK vy and two or three others may In Class B, Swope is a 7th grad- not turn out for various reasons, er. the rest all 8th and 9th grad- The I963 club looks much ers, whffe in Class A all are 9th stronger than last year's with the graders except Armstrong , Pur- ny uuIm"mo'"L retur of Droscher, who played in vis. Carper, Duckham, Erickson .,, Oregon, and outfielder Mike Shee- and Gunter, who are 8th graders. J F'" dy, who worked in California in Coach Bill Brickert will have i I 1958 SAVOY 4 DR. 1962. ptus the added experience three Class A lettermen, four Class 1955 2 dr. h.t. | V-8, AUTO. gained by the unusually youthful B and six Class C lettermen re- 1962 club. turning to his 1964 squad. , [_ . i ...... Ford ,, iFord li I THANK YOU DR. 5 300 V-8 eee May we express our sincere appreciation I Ford 1 v_Mercury00 1957 MONTCLAIR 4 DR. I IN WASHINGTON to the Forest Festiv,al Association, the 959 Gaaxie 4 dr. all power H.T. loaded with extras.[ Simpson Timber Company and the Fod In rnatio ! ! BEER IS A NATURAL Shelton-Mason County Chamber of Corn- r te na Brewed slowly, by acenturies-old natural process, beer is' merce for the pleasure and honor be- [ I 1957 4 DR. V-8, Washington's traditional beverage of moderationlight, stowed upon Eli Willey during the 19th o.d., new paint. I 194S /2 ton pick-up I sparkling, delicious. And natural, ly, the Brewing Industry is proud of the rail. annual Forest FestivaL]:. It WLS truly  ...... . ..  lions of de(liars it contributes to this state's economy memorable occasion for all of us. through wages, advertising, rentals, insurance, transpof ration and utilities. Money made in Washington, spent in JIM Washington. In Washington, beer belongs--enjoy it, Mr. and Mrs, Eli Willey I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stoner 5th & Railroad UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC:. x and family WASHINGTON DIVISION Phone 426-8231 Bob Wolden