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SPORTS er Scheduled Sunday--With Buries POTEHTIAL GLEAMS IN INAUGURAL in Shelton's material for through a as Coach forces die- bill with Rainier Beach of Seattle. Even in a 7-1 first game de- feat that potential was easy to detect and it threw off the veil entirely during a 7-3 second game triumph. CARS 300 4-DR. h.t. 500 4 OR. all power Ford 1959 BUSINESS COUPE 6 CYL. STICF" Plymouth I 1958 SAVOY 4 DR.' V-8, AUTO. Ford I 1958 CUSTOM 300 ] 6 cyl., beautiful black i Ford l 1954 Crestline 4 dr. V-8 Auto. Trans. - power steering & seat. A PEACHZ __Voiks 1961 - 2 door deluxe - radio very clean Bell Boy cabin boat with convertible bridge. Tee Nee trailer. Battery - Ready to go . . . priced to go! PAULEY INC, Evenings Call Bu Rose -- 426-2156 Bob Wolden -- 426-3261 This Sunday another trial-by- fire will test it further when Sny- der dispatches his talent against Burien's Connie Mack roster in an- other doubleheader on Loop Field. First pitch is slated for I o'clock. TIIAT FIRST game wasn't as lopsided as six runs would seem. It was scoreless through five in- nings with Shelton's Brian Sny- der locked in a nifty flinging duel with Rainier's Dave Preugschat. Despite his battle against control wobbles all the way, the muscu- lar Shelton righthander had the edge, giving one hit against three. Snyder actually walked only 3 through those goose-egg innings but he had three balls on eight others and was constantly behind the hitters. It made for much wear and tear on nerves and a vastly more difficult situation for Sny- der. In the sixth i wasn't control, however, that did him in. It was his defense. The visitors scored five times, but only their first was earned, on lVes Pruitt's off- field triple to right which should have been held to a single and Lynn Ratliff's solid single to cen- ter. Moments later, however, with the bases full and two out, Ron Landis let n easy grounder get by him at first for two runs and Preugschat singled home two more. IN TIIE SEVENTH Snyder got the first two batters, then in suc- cession a walk, a triple and a single for two runs to bring in Ken Droscher for his first com- petitive effort since breaking a bone in his foot last January. He struck out the last man. Shelton's lone run was produc- ed by Mike Sheedy's triple down the leftfield line and Terry La- Bissoniere's single to center in the sixth. Lefty Tim Rose shackled Rain- ier Beach with four hits in the second game, shortened to six in- nings by rain. Two of the runs off Rose were unearned, in the sixth. due to an error by Tom Wingard at short. SHELTON HAD the game stowed away by that time, how- ever, after a 4-ram outbreak in the fourth. Leading at that point, 1-0. as the result of first inning run produced on Snyder's single and three walks (the last to Rose}, Milt Densley started the fourth with a base on balls, then event- ually scored on a passed bali after Darrell Cochran beat out an In- tended sacrifice bunt and made second on the pitcher's wild throw. Afiter A1 "Wagner walked. Snyder boomed a triple to deep left for two more and scored himself on a wild pitch. Wagner's single, Bill Sloan's tri- tive June 14 Bill Balslone's Ambulance Serw'ce will be owned & operated by & Duane Torsak experienced ambulance service men who will continue to provide emer- gency and invalid ambulance ser- vice to this community. In addition they will provide a hospital equip- ment rental service for home pa- tients. e % Ambulance Calls Will Be Handled Through The Hospitals 'Til Further Notice During the 'past 16 years I have deeply appreciated the cooperation I "have received from local citizens and ,authorities. I now feel I must devote full time to the operation of Batstone Funeral Chapel. Bill Batstone Shelton Thinclads Set School Mark At Summer Meel ,00o,00.SOMESw Nine Shelton cindermen brought Cherry Pickers .............. 12 home one school record and a Rock Chuckers .............. 10L, "near miss" in another event from Alley Pups ........................ 8 the post season 12th annual Wash- Slow Starters .................. 8 ington State Track and Field Gold Brickers .................. 6fi MAQ'S 624 SPEEDS UP SLOW STARTERS L 4 8 8. 9Y, Championships at Sumner Satur- (lay. Six meet records were broken and another was tied in the star- studded event which included competition in both open and high school divisions. Shelton got nine points Tn the high school division for seventh place and three points in the open for 12th position. The S h e 1 t o n high school mile relay team composed of Lentz Robinson, Terry LaBissoniere, Bri: an Brickert and Paul Brown set the new school standard While fin- ishing second in the race. The quarter's 3:34.8 cloctdng cut 5.4 seconds off the old mark. Bruce Gardner ran his fastest mile. 4:34.3. which missed, the school record by 1.6 seconds. His effort got him a fifth place. Prom- ising half-miler Bob Johnson led most of the way in the high school 88(1, but was beaten in the last 120 yards and had to settle for second place. His time was 2:05.5 compared to 2:05 for the winner. Jim Sells was the only Shelton- ite competing in the open division. He garnered a third in the hop, step and jump going a shade over 37 feet. Ed Latham competed in the dis- cus but didn't place. Events in which Shelton par- ticipants placed: OPEN Twisters ............................ 3 13 Higi games- -Vet-no Johanson 187, L L. McInelly 218. High series --Verna Johanson 503, L. L. McInelly 624. :I: e: w Never under 20(1 L. L. McInel- ly strung up a 624 series in mixed foursome play last week on 206- 218-200 games which paced the Slow Starters to a fast 4-0 vic: tory over the Twisters (Don Kmzd- sen 414). B()th other matches ended in 2-2 stalemates: Alley Oops Jo Wentz 377) and Rock Chuckers (Rich Sharpes 405), Cherry Pick- ers (Rick Deyette 487) and the Gold Brickers [Del Hartwell 447. Summer Track Starts June 17 On Loop Field Sttnmer track turnouts under the tutelage of Shelton junior high coach Bill Brickert begins Monday, June 17 at Loop Field beginning at 4 p.m. Turnouts will be held at Loop Field on Monday and Wednesdays and at Kneeland Park Tuesday and Thursdays, There is opport- tunity for almost everyone inter- ested as there are four divisions Triple jump Joe Peyton, Fort of competition for the summer Lewis; Ron Campbell, FL; Jim meets. They are open, high school, Sells, Shelton; Bob Sheedy, Shore- junior high and women's classes. line; Steve Deutsch, UW Frosh, 4i-1. Participants must start getting HIGH SCHOOL 880 -- Bill Ranson. Puyallup; Bob Johnson, Shelton; Rich Mat- tox, Tacoma; Don Porteous, NT.; Jim Sanders, Everett, 2:05. Mile Dave Roberts. Ballard; Steve Salins. MI; John Celms, Ta- coma; John Palmer, Orting, Bruce Gardner, Shelton. 4:27.6. Mile Relay Puyallup, Shelton (Robinson; LaBlssoniere, Briekert, Brogans) ; North Thurston. South Tacoma, 3:34.4, Local ,Roadster Victor At Puyallup, Ellensburg Ed Kneeland and Larry Schnei- der's B class roadster has been riding the victory trail for the past two weeks in succession at Puyallup Valley and Ellensburg drag strips. Tbe car won the C class road- ster race under Puyallup rules and ran eliminator May 26, then last Sunday won the B class road- ster drag and junior eliminator at Eltensburg, Both times out the car set records with a low elapsed time of 12:32 and mph of 113. June 9 and 10 the roadster will run at the North American Fuel and Gas Championship at Puyal- lup. ht shape for the first meet at Shoreline June 29. The rest o$ the tentative schedule includes meets at the University of Washington stadium, July 13; Edmonds, July 21; Everett. July 27 and Bothell, AUgUSt 3, although more may be added. Tennis Meeting Slated June II A meeting for all Faose boys and grls interested in participat- ing in the summer recreation ten- nis program will be held Tuesday, 3une 11 at 7 p.m. at the Mason County courthouse. Any of those interested but not able to attend the meeting may call tennis director Wally Eigen- man (426-6006). -- WEATHER -- High Low Prectp. May 28 .............. 84 42 May 29 .............. 75 50 -- May 30 .............. 70 54 May 31 .............. 71 48 June 1 .............. 69 50 -- June 2 .............. 64 48 .11 June 3 .............. 68 40 -- June 4 .............. 59 49 .29 pte to left and Wingard's deep fly to left chalked up another pair in the sixth just before rain halt- ed proceedings, ROSE HAD some good fortune. In the first Ratliff lined a ball in- to center so hard a basemmner was forced at second bY Densley to mfllify a cleai hit. and in the fifth Larry Book robbed himself of a home run by missing third base. Encouraging to Coach Snyder was the play of LaBisson'iere', SloSh, Robert Miller, Bob Towle and Droscher, none of whom play- ed ball this spring for various rea- sons and are just now getting ad- justed to the diamond sport. The box scores: First Game Rainier Beach I Sheiton ah r h t nb r h Book ss 3 0 0 tWagner r 4 0 0 Pruitt 2b 3 1 llWingar d 2b 3 0 1 Bowman If 2 2 0ilV[ille r ss 3 0 1 Ratliff cf 4 2 2I doan 3b-lb 3 0 0 Vallala c 4 0 l[Snyder p-Bb 3 0 0 Baird lb 4 1 21M.Sheedy If 3 1 1 Christnsn 3b 3 0 0[LaBiniere ef 3 0 1 Eversole rf I 0 01Riehards c 1 O 0 a Sands rf 1 I 0 b T.Sheedy 1 0 0 Prgsehat p 3 0 1 tEadoun e 0 0 0 Totals 28 7 7 Landis lb 2 0 1 Droscher p 0 0 0 e Rose 1 0 0 Totals 27 1 5 a safe on error for Eversole in 6th b grounded out for Riehards in 6ill. c grounded out for Droscher in 7tll. Score by Innings Rainier 0 00 0 0 5 27 hits 0 1 0 0 0 4 2--7 hellon 0 0 0 0 0 1 0--i hits I I 0 0 1 2 0=-5 SUMMARY: 3b-M. Sheedy, Ratliff. Pruitt. RBI-LaBissoniere. Ratliff 2. Preugschat 2. Vallala. S-Sands. E- Christensen. Preugschat, Miller, Shy- def. Landis. LaBissoniere, SO-Snyder 8. Droscher 1. Preugschat 7. BB-Sny- der 5. Preugschat 2. RRF-Snyer 3. Preugschat 1, IP-Snyder 6 2/3, L0ser- Snyder. PR-Richard. DP.Miller:Wla. gard-Landis. Second Game Rainler Beach I Shelton ah r h] ab r h Book ss 2 0 It Coehran If 3 1 1 Pruitt 2b 3 0 0[ Wagner rf 3 2 1 Bowman If 3 1 1]Snyder 3b-2b 4 2 2 Ratliffef 3 1 1]Sloan lb 3 1 1 Vallala c 2 0 0jWingard ss 2 0 0 Baird lb ,3 0 1] Rose p 1 0 0 Ctrisnsn 3b 3 0 0[ T,Sheedy 2b 2 0 1 Eversolerf I 0 0a Towle3b 1 O 0 Sands p 1 1 0 Kadoun e 3 0 Cnnnon p-rf 2 0 01Densley cf I I 0 Totals 23 3 4, Totals 23 7 8 a popped out for T. Sheedy in 5th. SCore by Innings Rainier 000 012--3 }fits 000 112-- Shelton 100 402--7 hits ] 1 1 2 1 2--8 SUMMARY: 3b-Snyder, Slosh. 2b- Book. SH-Coehran. Wingard. RBI-Sny- doz" 2. Slosh, WirLgard. Rose, Book Clu-istensen. SB-Wagner. E--Cannon Snyder, Wingard. O-Roae 1. Cannon 1. Sands 2. BB-Rose 1. Cannon 6, Sands 1. WP-Cannon i. Sands 1. ttB- Vallala. Sands by Ros. RRF-Cannon 3. Rose 1. IP-Cannon 3 plus. Loser- Cannon. PB-Vallala. Umpires--EaeretL Mallory, Kimbel. Mike Sheedy's Late Swing Builds .471 Leading Bat 00verage Senior outfielder Mike Sheedy converted his penchant for off- field hits into a lusty .471 batting average which led all Iighclimber regulars for the 19(13 season. The stocky soutnpaw swinger, playing in 12 of Shetton's 14 games, was a constant menace for he not only whacked eight hits in 17 official trips to the plate but walked and got hit so often that. his official at bats totalled only about half what other reg- tflats had in the same number of games. For example, AI Veagner, ano- ther senior outfielder who played in one less game, made 39 offic- ial appearances and the team lea- der in at bats. sophomore Brian Snyder. had 44 trips in the record. Snyder also led the team in hits and runs scored with 12 each, sharing the hit lead with senior infielder Tom Wingard. One of the amazing statistics for this 1963 squad came in the RBI column, where sophomore Tim Rose, pitcher-outfielder, drove in ten runs with five hits to lead the club and his sophomore battery- mate, catcher Jim Richards, drove in eight tallies with sev'n hits. They respectively had .180 and .184 batting averages. Senior outfielder Bill Smith, who hit a stout. 393, also had eight runs batted in to share second honors with Richards. The batting and pitching statis- tics: Batting Averages ab r h rhi ave, M. Sheedy 17 6 8 4 .471 Smith 28 7 11 8 .393 Wingard 40 7 12 3 .300 Snyder 44 12 12 5 .273 Landis 32 2 8 5 .250 Wagner 39 7 9 2 .231 Peterson 43 9 8 g .18 Richards 38 4 7 8 .184 Rose 28 3 5 10 .180 Bailey 27 3 3 1 .111 Baskin 9 0 1 1 .111 Clary 18 1 1 1 .056 Hurst 8 0 0 0 .000 Kadoun 5 0 0 0 .000 T. Sheedy 3 0 0 0 .000 Anderson 2 0 0 0 .000 Whitmarsh 1 0 0 0 .000 Bennett 0 0 0 0 .00O Totals 382 61 85 53 .222 Pitching Statbties ip er so bb w 1 Snyder 54 1/3 21 5t 31 3 5 Rose 34 1/3 10 24 8 2 3 Whitmsh. 5 1/3 6 7 6 0 1 Vingard 2 2 1 3 0 0 Bennett 1 0 0 3 0 0 Totals 97 39 86 51 5 9 ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM tlOW TO KII.L IT. IN 3 DAYS, if not pleased with strong, iastant-dry- ing T-4-L. your 48e back at any drug sore. Watch infeeled skin slough off. Veateh healthy skin replace il. llcll and ],tlrlling aFt' gone. TODAY at Prepp's R(,xall Drug. Batfests Their Meat, Not Slab Battles! SKOKOHISH SCALPS TULALIP { Win 'era bh,, lo:e 'era little, run. That was the war chant of the R It E Skoliomi;fl Indian hall club dur- Skokomish 000 000 1 1 5 2 ing the Memorial Day weekend. Skokomish outscored its rivals by eight runs yet lost three of four games with McCleary, Tula- lip and Portland Avenue. The big victory was a 12-2 count over Tulalip Saturday when Sko- komish backed Pete Bloomfield's pitching with a 15-hit attack. The losses were lo McCleary by 2-1 and 1-0 scores Memorial Day, I by 4-2 to Portland Avenue Sun- day. The Gouley brothers, Tom and Albert. took the McCleary l losses. Ronnie Peterson the Port- land Avenue defeat. ,)ERIIY MALLORY, former star Highclimber lefthander, started McCleary 000 01 1 x -2 5 1 Batteries- -Tom Gouley and Pete Peterzon; Mallory and Himes. R H N Skokomisn 000 00 (1 00--0 2 1 MeCleary 000 000 01--- 1 8 0 Batteries-Albert Goutey and Pete Peterson. ken Peterson; Ma- tau and Karr. R H E Tulalip 002 000 000- 2 7 7 Skok. 401 001 06x--.-12 15 3 Batteries---Ashman and WiN 1tams; P. Bloomfield and Ward. R H E Skok. 000 000 101--2 5 4 Pt. Ave. 030 100 00x--4 3 1 Batteries--Ron Peterson and A1- Skokomish troubles by 5-hitting ex Gouley; Matson and Hatch. the Indians in the Memorial Day .... -- opener at McCieary. His own Pharmacy Phacts tea.mmates garnered only five blows, too, off Tom Gouley with Mallory sihgling home the win- ning run in the sLxth with Mc- Cleary's fifth hit. The second game went an extra inning before Joe Bassett singled home Ed Karr with the only run of the contest. McCleary tapped Albert Gouley for eight hits while Skokomish managed only a pair--- by Duane Ward and Ronnie Pet- erson--off Joe Matau. PETE BLOOMFIELD support- ed his own pitching with three hits against Tulalip but Gary Pe- terson went him one better with four. Rick Miller bombed two dou- bles, Mike Davis a tremendous home run and a double. Ron Pet- erson and Alex Gouley other dou- bles in the furious Skokmish as- sault. ken Peterson was th victim of shoddy support in the Portland Avenue setback. The Tacomans scored three runs without a hit--- one three suecessive errors--in the second inning and got another run in the fourth witb assistance from a miscue. 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