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i~ !~ i} :ii !: r~ !i!i Lettermen, a letterwoman and special award winners were presented to the audience at the 1971 Shelton High School Spring Sports Banquet held Tuesday evening in the Angle multi-purpose room. For the second year, the spring dinner was a potluck affair that saw members of the baseball, golf, tennis and track teams attend. Gary Nictoy, master of ceremonies, introduced each coach who in turn introduced his respective squad. .~st on was the had his diamondmen stand. Earlier in the day at the school's awards assembly, Ellis had introduced each of his lettermen. They were seniors Kevin Dorcy, Mike Johnson, Jim Densley and Robert Redman, juniors Neal White, Mark Johnson, Elmer Herrel, Mike Nutt and Bill Bacon and sophomores Terry Knight, Ray Krumpols, Doug Long and Duane Makoviney. The team was 6-15 for the year. Ellis presented four of the Harlen Buitenveld had his first losing season as Shelton Junior High's baseball coach when his Blazers lost their last three games and finished with a 3-4 record. , After winning three of their first four, the Blazers went from 3-1 to 3-4. In league, Shelton was I-3. In the fourth g~me of the season, the Blazers lost to Washington 3-2. Larry Wood pitched for Shelton. All three of Washington's r boys with trophies. Captain was Kevin Dorcy, Inspirational Player was Neal White, and Most Improved Player was a tie between Duane Makoviney and Mike Johnson. Andy Tuson spoke about his golfers next. Senior Kim Hartley was golf's first letterwoman in a number of years. She also won the Inspirational Award. Rich Walker, the Climbers' number one man, and Tim Fredson, Jim Kneeland, Joe Cola, Charlie Gay and Randy Coots rounded out the letterman~ list. Walker was voted Aside from turning out to be hon~ ~ ~*~ cme of~.the most suecetmful winter team. steelhead seasons on record, last Juniors Walker, Fredson and Kneeland and sophs Cola and Coots will return next year. The linksmen fought an uphill battle for a 6-10 record in a tough Black Hills League this season. Tennis was a big winner this year. Coach AI Hopp explained that his netmen were 14-1 for the season, the winningest year in Shelton's tennis history. That included a 7-0 mark in nonleague and a second place finish in the runs were unearned. After the Blazers took a 1-0 in the third on Dave Carlson's score, Washington tied it at 1-1. The locals took the lead again in the fourth when Len Crume scored. Three errors by the Blazers in the fifth gave Washington the two winning runs. North Thurston beat the Blazers 8-5 in a slugfest in the fifth at Lacey. Shelton took a 1-0 le~d in the top of the second as Roy Pearsall was hit by a pitch iHIIIIIIIIIIfllIHIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIHIIIIIIIHII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUlIIIIIIIIfllIIHIIIIAHOIHIIHIHUAHWHIII Much has been accomplished at the athletic site on John's Prairie where the Mason County Recreation Association plans to have three fields ready by next spring. On the weekend of May 15-16, Charlie Neth and Bob Coon from the Department of Natural Resources donated their time and Vern Morris and Henry Ranger drove tractors. Ted Corey also had a crew from the Corrections Center working. Don Johnson and Merv Settle are the organizers of the project. The weather kept many away, but several Little Leaguers and their parents helped clean up the area. The south end of the cleared area still needs to be smoothed. Drawings have been approved by the MCRA board for a concessions stand and lavatory facility. The Association is pleased with the way in which things are progressing and hope to have the three fields ready for play next spring. The area is to be used for all kinds of recreation for all ages. Softball, Little League baseball, Little League football, picnicking and jogging are just a few of the activities people will be able to take part in and watch. In action by the Washington ar e as a n ;i ~ State Game Commission in Walla population ~:i~'~" Walla last week, the 1971 general Liberal bal ~ deer season was set to end established "~ ~ November 14 and the 1971 per day and ~ general elk season was set to end Game . ~ , !- ~ November 14. 10 per day Opening date for deer - southeast October 16, and opening date for The ~ elk - November 1, had been the 1971 earlier established. September Deer and elk seasons willthe elk again be conservative this year, as Westside t,,~[~ the state's big game herds are still September 1 .~ in a rebuilding process following 1 97 2. ~, the drastic have frot~ winter of 1968-69. ~!ii i:I~ A reduction in bag limit was FebruarY 28, * ! "~! ~ set for black bear in some Mountainl westside areas, and the popular from --~ early partridge season was October 31 i ~ established for southeast permits Washington. b i g h orn t~ ~i?!~",,--).~ General buck season in :~ non-elk areas was set to run from September ~'~ October 16 to November 11 or10. ~,~ 14. In elk areas, the deer season allotted will run from October 16 to permits no~t October 30, and then reopen for Tucannon " November 10-14. The co~ The early high-mountain buckopened MaY season was set for September 11 through the 26th. And the Ferry popular late-buck season in closes northeast Washington's white-tail rest of the s country will run from November Peninsula 20 to December 6. season is AWARD WINNERS at the Spring Sports Banquet were left to right: golf's The general bull elk season Hunters captain Rich Walker, Most Valuable Tennis Player Bob Quimby, track's was established to run November general 1 through the 14th. Antlerless and that inspirational Don Gardner, track's captain Rocky Nutt, golf's inspirational permits were increased slightly birds and Kim Hartley, most improved baseball player Mike Johnson, baseball's this year. until the inspirational Neal White, most improved baseball player Duane Makoviney New this year is a two-bear and baseball's captain Kevin Dorcy. limit for black bear in King, time, Skagit, Snohomish and Whatcom limits on counties. The reduced limit was birds will I~~ largly urged by the state's hound meeting. clubs which felt that a realistic place limit should be imposed in those near future. western Washington areas where Full bear are not as plentiful as in available ha others, goats and ~~~i~~~~~t~~~H~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~t~~~t~t~~~~t~~~~~~~ Page 10 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, June 3, and eventually scored on a wild pitch. The Rams came back with four singles and a double in the bottom of the second and scored three runs to take the lead 3-1. Pearsall walked in the fourth and was batted in by a booming triple from Mark Tuson. Tuson also scored as Shelton tied the score at 3-3. The Blazers grabbed the lead 5-3 in the fifth when North Thurston committed two errors to allow Larry Schuffenhauer and Dan Morgan on base. Both tallied runs later. The hosts took the lead league race with a 7-1 record,mates The graduating senior was all year and accumulated a 17-1 Hills League championship in theThe black bear season has deer, elk Hopp's feltwinners were fourth at district and went to win-loss record during the regular league's initial year with an 8-0 various openings statewide, game seniors Bob Quimby, Jim state last weekend. There he won season, record, won the subdistrict title Western Washington will end These big Kimmerly and Rick Stevenson his first match and then lost to Last but not least to be and also the Tumwater October 30; in northeast available and juniors Jeff Okano,Jim the eventual state champion. In introduced were the members of Invitational trophy. Washington and Whitman county license Robinson, Jerry Johnsen and Bob's own words - "the only the track team that won so many Brickert also introduced his the season ends October 17; and Frank Anderson. way to go." trophies this year. Head Coach assistant coach, Walt Clayton. His the remainder of eastern Quimby was voted the Most Quimby played the number Bill Briekert talked about his list of lettermen included seniors Washington the bear season will Valuable Player by his team one position for the Highclimbers team. It finished with the Black Gary Burger, Chris Elmlund, Don end November 11. Gardner, Mark Grubb, Dave The popular early partridge Knauf, George Lemagie, Rocky season was again established this Nutt, Paul Rogerson and Ken year for southeast Washington Smith; juniors Tracy Armstrong, and Game Management Unit 4-K Tom Brigham, Randy Endicott, in the Colockum area of Kittitas Bill Gray, Chuck Hamstreet, Mike and Chelan counties. In these went fishing with the Fishingholding onto a small limb, but Hays, Jay Himlie, Rich James, Heinie'~ Guide Sam Windle on the quite calm. Jim Joht~sen Clay Kbi~l/,""Dean IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIBIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllltllllllllll on all four Soleduck river. Major General"He grabbed the boy and kept Medcalf, Steve Rose 'and Rob kittl L as theY winter provided the makings of a Mike Kauffman... was with us.., him afloat until Sam could get Settle; and sophomores John e eogue story of real personal heroism. "Sam Windle's spontaneous out on the limb to drag him to B oggs Paul Dwyer, Rick Mitch The Game Department and effective reactions early that safety so we could get him ashore. Endicott,' Norb Huber, Mark Resu Its & 7 hits recently received a letter from Lt. morning, in my judgment, saved The boy's boots had been pulled Lewis, Bill Madison, George coli'ecung General W. R. Peers, a the lives of at least one, and off by the fast current and were Miller, Tom Noreen, Brad Oling Standings home . steelheading customer of Forks possibly two people, and 1 dragging him down. He was a fine and Greg Zeller. Statisticians were guide Sam Windle. General Peers' thought you should know about boy, frightened as might be Patsy and Betsy Batstone. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll. By letter chronicles the instantit. imagined, but not panicking. Three of the trackmen scored MAJOR LEAGUE earns reaction and quick judgment "We had just loaded our boat Without the boy, it was quite easy over 100 points in the season and Won Lost ChevrC determine which triggered Sam Windle into at the landing above Highway 101 for Sam to help the other man to several set new school records. Moll Chevrolet 6 1 Major. saving the lives of at least two and about to push off, when safety. Brickert said it was the first time Heinie's Broiler 6 1 the people, another McKenzie river boat put "One can never be certain, he remembers that three menhave Simpson Recreation6 1 Jarvis "On Sunday, 15 March, I in a few feet upstream from us... but in my view in that fast gone over the century mark inGottOil 3 4 play S "The other boat with three current, had Sam not reacted as points in one season. Rocky Nutt Miklethun Electric3 4 decide passengers (an old man whom I rapidly and effectively as he did, earned 156 5/6 points, Rob Settle WCC 2 5 Coast would guess in the 60's was at the the elderly man would probably had 111 1/3 and Tom Brigham Moose Lodge 2 5 o a r s and a m an and a have perished as might have the had 106 . IWA 0 7 young boy of 10 or 12 were young boy. Both General The head coach cited Nutt's SRA8, IWA7 seated in the front of it) pushed K a u f f m a n a n d I w e r e achievement as truly outstanding. Moose 4, Gott 3 Bourgault I~ off into the current and passed tremendously impressed by his Nutt holds the school record in J. Ward c Miklethun 14, WCC 9 from our immediate view. actions and his unassuming, the low hurdles at 20.9. He Heinie's7, Mells6 TobinC "The next thing we knew, matter-of-fact attitude, finished fourth in the low hurdles Gott 8, Miklethun 6 Plant P Sam Windle shouted a warning"The boat which tipped over and high jump at the SheltonMoll 14, IWA 13 Shar and was out of the boat like a was swept down the river to Invitational. He was first in low Ferrier flash. As we turned to see what beach on the far bank. After we hurdles at the Tumwater MINOR LEAGUE Metzler had happened, we saw the boat finally got onto the water, Sam Invitational and subdistrict. He Won Lost Bolender tip over and submerge as it went rowed over to help them get their picked up many seconds in theMCFCU 1 0 Pavel rf down under some overhanging boat righted and drained, high hurdles and high jump all Mike's McCulloch 1 0 Deyette 21~ brush and stumps a few feet down "All in all, it was a year to amass his amazing total. Rayonier 1 0 Coll2b the river, tremendous performance, and I Rob Settle is the school Endicott Realty 1 0 B Ward "Sam moved very rapidly to for one am glad to know that you record holder in the high jump at Certified 0 1 Simmo# get out on a branch where hehave such people as this as guides 6'6". He was first at subdistrict, Verle's 0 1 reached the old man and pulled on your rivers. You can be well first at the Tumwater meet and Shelton Foods 0 1 him in so he was in shallower proud of him." water and we could help him to s e c o n d i n t h e S h elt on Evergreen Fuel 0 1 shore. His boots were filled; he Invitational. He remained MCFCU 19, Evergreen 8 Ad undefeated all year in dual meets Mike's 21, Shelton Foods 7 was tired, almost spent, and Whaley milled in his specialty. He also picked up Rayonier 8, Verle's 4 probably would not have made it without Sam's help. TO Professional points winning the high hurdles Endicott 23, Certified 12 "Meanwhile, the boy who was most of the time. Settle has his JohnSOn for good in the sixth when five a few feet downstream lost his Education Program hands full of records. At last COAST LEAGUEwon Lost Myers big runs were scored on two hits, hold on a branch and was swept count, it was nine. an error, a walk and a batter hit downstream. The man, who 1 A Shelton junior at Eastern George Lemagie has a 51 fiat A&W 6 11 Clark 31 by the pitcher, assumed to be the boy's father, Washington State College, D.clocking in the 440 for a school Jarvis Oil S. Ch:iS Shelton s last game of thewas a few fee t fur t he r Lindley Whaley, is among almost record. Morgan Transfer ~ 34 J. Chris 200 admitted to the EWSC Dave Knauftossed the javelin Merv'sTirecap Moore t ofSeaSnolympia.Was a 3-1jeffersonlOSS tOwasJefferSOnnever downstream in the waterand professional education program. 188'9" at district for his school Himlie Realty 3 4 Wittenl~ behind as they scored one in the Dr. William C. Shreeve, EWSC record and new district record. Graystone 3 stordal! first frame and two more in the Kimbel, Edson associate professor of education Knauf went to state but failed to Kiwanis 1 5 W. Nutt and director of admissions, said qualify for the finals. Simpson Credit Union 1 4 Yeager z third. The Blazers' lone run came Graystone 11, Himlie 8 j. Nutt in the fifth when pitcher Larry Lead Golf Gals admission is a prerequisite toRich James ran the two mile Wood walked and scored on an advanced education courses, in 10: 29 to set a new school mark Kiwanis lO, Mervs7 Undergraduate studentsmust this year. team of Jarvis 6, A&W 3 error. Anita Kimbel and Beverly have completedat least their Finally, the mile relay .-,,-.t..,,~.,,~.,,,,..,m..,,,,.,,~..,~ In one eighth grade game on r Edson tied for low, gross when the May 10, Shelton was a 5-4 victor. Bayshore Ladies Club visited sophomore Year to be admitted; Chris Elmlund, Tracy Armstrong, John Laugen scored three runs Clover Valley on Tuesday, MaY grao, uate Students working for Paul Rogerson and George [ AN NOU and Roger Arndt and Terry Dion 18. Jean Yost won low net and teacm g certmcates must also be Lemagie broke the scnoot recora admitted ~ "~ . . . tallied the other two. Laugen had the longest drive. at d~strlC[a1 awards going to the reached first on a fielder's choice On May 25, the ladies played Miss Whaley, daughter of Mr. Spe . aria mrs Ko W in the first stanza and scored after throw ou t holes. Maxine - Y haley Shelton is acindermen were also announcea singles by Lee Devaney and Gary' Gunnarson had low net and graduate of Shelton 'I-iigh School by Brickert. Rocky Nutt was i ann is majoring In so Moore. , Virginia Bayley second low net. ~ ..... " cialscienceat voted team captain and Don Sheltons big inning was the en Thursday, May 27, theladies Gardner was the most tertained Olympic Country --'------------_-_-_ .... -_-_-_-_- ......... -_=----- ............. fifth when Dion walked, ScottClub and Elma Golf Club for ~ inspirational. INSURANCE CO. OF NOI Tt Davidson sacrificed him to ] I IS NOW REPRE sEN" second, Roger Arndt collected an lUnCh and golf. Winners for the VIC:KIE CLARK'S RBI with a double, Laugen alswereDorisChristey, loW ri * I ARNOI[) ,g walked, and Devaney knockedgross; Mae Munro, second low Onque G fts & Gourmet $ho Arndt and Laugen in with net; Ruth Butler, longest drive; P I ;' 'HS--RAI E JU another double. Anita Kimbel, closest to pin after Laugen singled in the seventh second shot on seven; and Jean Opens Monday, June 7th I inning and was sacrificed toYost, low net. /tzstlrance is our oll!Y second. He stole third and scored June 1, the club played for ENTRANCE AT | later, best nine and Gert Batstone was REAR OF TIMBER BOWL |0 A.M. - 5"30 P.M.[ 116 N. 2nd the winner. - ---- ................................ ====-__~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1971