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Coast League Won Lost Simpson Credit U 2 0 Jarvis Oil 2 0 Himlie Realty 1 1 A&W 1 1 Morgan Transfer 1 1 Merv's Tirecap 1 1 Kiwanis 0 2 Graystone 0 2 Morgan 23, Graystone 6; SCFU 7, Himlie 6; A&W 16, Merv's 2; Jarvis 15, Kiwanis 3 ; SFCU 22, Morgan 17; Jarvis 10, A&W 7; Merv's 19, Kiwanis 0; Himlie 16, Graystone 3. Minor League Won Lost Mike's McCulloch 3 0 Endicott Realty 3 0 Shelton Foods 2 1 MCFCU 2 1 Verle's 1 2 Rayonier 1 2 Certified 0 3 Evergreen Fuel 0 3 Endicott 16, Verle's 5 ; Mike's 10, Rayonier 5 ; MCFCU 20, Certified 6; Shelton Foods 17, Evergreen 4; Endicott 27, Evergreen 0; Verle's 17, Certified 11 ; Shelton Foods 11, Rayonier 7; Mike's 22, MCFCU 12. lllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Bowling News IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ADULT-JR. Men's Hi Game: Ev La Belle 230. Men's Hi Series: Ev La Belle 617. Women's Hi Game: Millie Nelson 210. Women's Hi Series: Millie Nelson 507. Jr. Hi Game: Dave Stole 176. Jr. Hi Series: Dave Stole 486. Star, dings: Dave & Mac 5956, Mabel & Clay 5925, Millie & Mike 5914, L.C. & Rusty 5898, Larry & Chris 5888, Jim & Ev 5733, Ralph & Scott 5710, Bob & Marlis 5680, Kerry & AI 5625. ,f this KIM GRIGGS, (left) Dale Brewer (center) and Vern Honstain were winners on the hill climb Sunday. Trailb ' Hill Climb Draws Riders Only three riders made it up the grade at the Shelton Trailblazers Motorcycle Club's hill climb held at the California hill last Sunday. Dale Brewer blasted over the hill in 10.2 to win the open class and was followed by Ken Simons who had a 10.5 clocking for second in the open class. Vern Honstain ran the hill in 11 seconds flat for a first in the 250 cc class. Kim Griggs ran his little 100 cc bike over half way up the hill to win the 125 cc class with the farthest distance. Places in the 125 cc class were Griggs, Terry Brocha and Chuck Griffis. The first five places in the 250 cc class were Honstain, George Waite, John Cookson, Ken Simons and Terry Brocha. Open class places were Brewer first, Simons second, Waite third, John Castle fourth and Bill Bingham fifth. Bordeaux ran away with the City Grade School Track Meet held last Thursday on Loop Field when it took 53 places to score 152 1/6 points to Mt. View's 69 5/6 and Evergreen's 58. Included in Bordeaux's places were 17 firsts out of a possible 26. The only event in which the Bordeaux team did not score was the girls' relay. The victors' depth was contrasted by Evergreen's lack of enough placers. Evergreen had three double winners, more than any other team,"but few other places. Mountain View had few winners but had 3 1 places including two firsts in the relays. Bordeaux's Don Elliot was the meet's lone triple winner. He was clocked at 6.9 in the A class 50, 13.3 in the 100 and leaped 14'7V2" in the long jump to cop three firsts. Several more runners were double winners. Two girls ran away from the field in the sprint races. Terry Mirka ran a 7.0 50 in the girls' A class, winning by over half a se~.ond. She won the 75 by almost a full second by sprinting the distance in 10.l. She was running for the Bordeaux Track Club. Evergreen's Nancy Lemagie won the C class 50 in a fast 7.1 time, taking the race by half a second. She also won the 75 in t0.3 and took second in the baseball throw. Annie Bailey of Evergreen was first in the B class 50 and 75. Evergreen's Dan Johnson ran to firsts in the boys' B class 50 and 100. He ran a seven flat 50 and a 13.2 100. Randy Smith was the other double winner. The Bordeaux star was victorious in the C class 50 and 100. Single winners in the meet were Bryan White, Warren Carr, Mike Gordon, Brian Martin, Steve Christy, Lane LaMont, Billy White, Linda Blanton, Lora McMahon and Bernice Emsley of Krueger(MV), Kelly Warner(El; 13.3. Class B 100-Dan Johnson(El, Gerrit Shilman(E), Charlie Friend(B), Kevin Sytsma(MV); 13.2. Class C 100-Randy Smith(B), Tony Jackstadt(B), Jim Newman(MV), Randy Baumgart(MV); 13.9. 400 yard relay-MV, 56.6; B, 57.6; E, 58.0. Class A baseball throw-Byran White(B), Glen Jacobson(MV), Dennis Devaney(E), Buck Clark(MV); 207'0". Class B baseball throw-Warren Carr(B), Mike Barrett(MV), Lane Lamont(B), Kevin Sytsma(MV); 194'0". Class C baseball throw-Mike Gordon(B), Billy White(B), Randy Smith(B), Jim Newman(MV); 18 ! '0". Class A high jump-Brian Martin(B) and Chris McGee(MV) tied for first, Sam Wright (El, Jim Bartz(B); 4" 1" Class B high jump-Joe Baze(MV), Mike Barrett(MV), Warren Carr(B), -Allan VanCleave(B), Kevin Ridout(B), and Kevin Sytsma(MV) tied for fourth ; 4'4". Class C high jump-Steve Christy(B), Billy White(B), Bruce Dorcy(MV), -Mark Tobin and Wally Sewell(B) tied for fourth: 3'9". (?lass A long jump-l)on Elliot(B), Rick WilburlMV/, Dale JohnsonlB), Bob Smith(MV); 14'7~". Class B long junlp-Lane POLAR .... LaMont(B), Steve Sullivan(MV), Warren Carr(B), Roger Ayers(B); 13'2". Class C long jump-Billy White(B), Breck Leahy(MV), Jeff Sawyer(MV), Tony Benedict(B); 12'2". Results of the girls' division follow: Class A 50:Ferry Mirka(B), Anna Snellgrove(B), Jane Eager(El, Shelly Shelton(MV); 7.0. Class B 50-Annie Bailey (El, Stephanie Campbell(B), Diana Dale(El, Kathy Monroe(El; 7.3. Class C 50-Nancy Lemagie(E), Carol Knight(B), Bernice Emsley(B), Eva Bradley(B); 7.1. Class A 75-Terri Mirka(B), Vicki Baze(MV), Shelly Shelton(MV), Anna Snellgrove(B); 10.1. Class B 75-Annie Bailey(E), Kandice Lisk(B), Stephanie Campbell(B), Janet llolland(E); 10.8. ('lass C 75-Nancy Lemagie(E), Cheryl SalIee(B), Carol Knight(B), Bernice Emsley(B); 10.3. 200 yard relay-MV, 30.3; E, 30.6; B, 34.0. Class A baseball throw-Linda Blanton(B), Tami Wilson(B), Darcy Sytsma(E), Teresa Bathe( B); 138"7". (;lass B baseball throw-Lora McMahon(B), Gayle James(MV), Diane Dale(El, Deanna Brendson(E); 128'0". Class C baseball throw-Bernice Emsley(B), Nancy Lemagie(E), Ava Savage(MV), Debbie Pinard(B); I 15'0". COOLERS Install in any car or truck! 95 BON AIRE .... Team Four Leads Bayshore Twilight League Results of last WednesdayAshford 0, Butler 2, Bennett 0, Eager 2, Fulk 0. night's Twilight League at O'Neill 0. Larry Knudsen had a Bayshore follow: Sixth place: Team 1-.491; hole-in-one on the 11S-yard First place: Team 4-.597;Jeffrey 0, Willour 0, Robertson 2, number three hole at Bayshore, a Stuller 2, Archer 0, Tuson2, Coots 0, Rice 0, Pauley 0, par three. Pauley 1, Dahman 2, Gott 2, Goodwin 2, Miklethun 0, Anstey Golfers who wish to sign up Sowers 0, Hoard 1. 2, Coutts 2. for the Team Captain's Second place: Team 9-.580; Sixth place tie: Team 2-.491;Tournament must do so before Munro 1, Bostrom 2, Slettedahl 2, Stewart 1, James 0, Richards 0, the July 1 deadline. Carlson 2, Dunn 2, Anderson 0, Jemison 2, Ferguson 0, Gott 0, Sunday, June 13 is the final Steinberg 0, Gunnerson 0, Marton 2, Cole 2, Collins 0, day of competition for the Jorgenson 2. Blacker 0. President's Cup. Third place: Team 8-.548; Eighth place: Team 3-.446; Baylet 2, James 0, Coots I, Travis Lowe 2, Fredson2, Kieburtz 0,TIlE "APATHY of the born 0, White 0, Isbell 0, Nutt 0, Olson O, Denniston 0, Linkletter free-man is worse than the Sanford 2, Evander 1. 0, Oltman 0, Christey 0, docility of the born slave. Fourth place: Team 6-.535; Mohrmann 2, Rust 0. Grand Singleton Holt 0, Eichorn 0, Hembroff 2, Ninth place: Team 10-.418; Barnard 2, Van Blaircom 2, Knudson 0, Erhart 0, McInelly I, Waldrop 2, Long 2, Knutzen 2, Simpson 2, Daniels 0, Sienko 0, Luhm 0, Wotton 2. Neau 2, Smith 0, Preppernau 2. Fifth place: Team 5-.526; Tenth place: Team 7-.363; Richardson 2, Larson 2, McComb Garrett 2, Peterson 0, Myers 1, 0, Nicloy 2, Price 2, Batstone 2, Lemagle 0, Ragan 2, Allen 2, k's $10 prize Bordeaux, and Joe Baze of Mountain View. Results of the boys' division in the City Grade School Track Meet were as follows: Class A 50-Don Elliot(B), Doug Kingery (MV), Joe Gordon (B), Jack Krueger (MV); 6.9. Class B 50-Dan Johnson (El, Gerrit Shilman(E), Charlie Friend(B), Steve Sullivan(MV); 7.0. Class C 50-Randy Smith(B), Tony Jackstadt(B), Jim Newman(MV), Mike Gordon(B); 7.3. Class A 100-Don Elliot(B), Joe Gordon(B), Jack Assorted 8.Track Tapes 128 S. 1st Shehon in th Shelton merchant' zaar of Values sale event is e e A winner will be selected each week Union Pacific is a home town railroad. Strong and healthy--ready, willing and able to serve your community and the entire west. Now that we can concentrate on expanding and improving our freight service, you'll be seeing even more of Union Pacific. A continuing multi-milfion dollar program of locomotive and freight car purchases provides Union Pacific with the youngest and most modern freight car fleet in the nation. UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD Thursday, June 10 1971 ;helton-Mason County Journal Pa( 11