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13, 196, o, SH"ELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Ohristmastown, U.S.A.", helton, Washington PAGE 7 Team Ill Olympia League FASTBALLERS LEAD held the t\\;v/, each by Ron AhlE ])ave (Class Swcaring:,n. Dallas Vestal and s after Jerry Yomlu. Dave also had a dou- Victory ill as ble. night. Shelton put the verdict away 1 One was a big early with three in the first.&apos; five :Cleary teal]] m the second anti two in the contenders, thild. np with 12 Victory No. 2 wasn't the same sport- s.ort, by a long shot. "ut victory shortstop for t was. even though by an eye- in the Shel- lash 2-1 margin over the Mercury produced Marauders of Olympia last Thin's- along with day night Chub Nutt's home run to lead off the 4th got the victory run. snapping a 1-1 tie created in the first inning. Vestal's double scored Youne'. who had singled, in the top half but the Marauders tied It right up without a hit in their half on two errors at thh'd bae. Bill Nutt pitched both victories. stopping the Marauders with two hits. MeC!eary with three. The 3-GAME YAKIMA TRIP SCHEDULED FOR JAY-ELLS THIS WEEKEND 4-DR. dr. h.t, Trans. &NE 500 4 DR. tic 4 dr. all power NEs$ COUPE 8TICK 4 DR. dr, radio B gas tan KS. Priced to ING, Rilr0ad Call 426-3261 lunior Legion Drops 3 Decisions To 1Burien, HcCleay Rivals Experience is u great diamond polisher! The evilence stood out on the slab at Loop Field Tuesday eve- ning for all LO witness as Jerry B{allory, a Junior Legion diamond huninary himself only three years removed, fed a goose-egg to to- day's Junior Legionnaires with his lefthanded pitching puzzlers. Jerry rammed the slab for the McCleary Town Team. which re- turned home with a 6-0 success, after nine innings of well-played baseball. Mallory got a stiff argument from his righthanded opponent, Brian Snyder, a youngster with two more years of Junior Legion play in front of him--an argument that eotfld have been muen closer. WITH PERFECT support, men- tel as well as physical. Snider could have been a 1-9 loser, if that's any consolation. A mental miscue helped McCleary score two of its three first-frame runs, and from there on all the rest were aided by physical lapses. Such as a shcrtstop boot sand- wiehed between a sacrifice bunt and a sacrifice fly following a walk for a run in the fifth, and a two-ont miscue at second base with the bases loaded on a single and two walks in the sixth. McCleary scored its three runs in the first after two were out. short scores: Then Jerry Estes' double, Ken R H E Odlc's walk and Mallory's single Mercury 1 0 0 0 0 0 0--1 2 1 the first of three for the gamel Shelton 1 0 0 1 0 0 x- -2 9 3 Tot the only truly legitimate tan Batteries Mortensen and.Back- ly of the night. Failure to attend ie: B. Nutt and Swearingen. the bag at second cost an Inning- ending out and left the way open R H E for Roger V, reld's double (first of Shelton 3 5 2 0 0 0 0--10 12 1 two for the game) tO score two McCly. 0 0 1 0 0 0 0- I 3 1 more runs. MEANVHILE Mallory, having Batteries---B. Nutt and Swear- control trouble tmusual for him, ingen;Kent, Morgan t2) and Mat- au. NEW LAWN-BOY FINGER lip START JUST TOUCH AND MOW $ Lightest weight Magnalite Housing cuts mower weight. Quietest mowing Oversize nmffler reduces noise. a Safest operation Exceeds ASA standards. Highest powered Super-pow'ered for smoother mowing. Easiest lawn care Vacuum sweeps leaves and clippings into the bag. In Short... kept working his way out of tight spots here and there, calling on the experience gained in three years of Coast Guard ball (he's still in the service, stationed t "WestportVand his deceptive south- paw pitching style. He walked seven, very uncom- mon for him. but fanned ten as he caused Shelton to strand 10 run- ners. Walking he first two in the opening frame, he got out of trouble with a strikeout and dou- ble play. A walk and single put two aboard in the fifth but a whiff solved it, the same combi- nation came up in the sixth, and two walks put another pair aboard in the ninth but he had the stuff to get out of it each time, He was nicked for only three singles, by Jim Richards in the third, by Darrell Cochran in the fifth, and by Snvder in the sixth. SNYDER PITCHED the kind of ball worthy of winning most of the time. He had nothing" to be ashamed of-in losing to the much more experienced MeCleary club. averaging four or five years older. The box score: 51cCleary ah r h Shelton ah r h Tornquist ss 3 1 0 Cochran lr 4 0 1 vleMillian e 4 afl I 1I. Sheedy Bates31) 5 1 1 ' 2b-rf 3 0 0 Odlerf 3 1 0 Wingardss 4 0 0 Mallory p, 5 1 3 Sh)an3b  0 0 Weld cf 4 0 2 Vagner rf 20 0 Loft cf 1 0 0 I q,ailey 21) 2 0 0 Matneylf 4 1 I ] gnyder p 4 0 1 Bollinglf I 0 0 Landis lb. 2 0 0 Tutland lb 4 0 1 ] LaBsnicre cf 1 O 0 1Iatau 2b 2 1 1 ' Densley er l O 0 Curran 21) 0 0 O ] **T.Sheedy 0 0 0 Totals 36 6 9  ':'*Towle 0 0 0 Richards c 4 01 Totals 3003 flew lO right for Wau'ner in 6th walked for Densley in 9th ....... ran for T Sheedy in 9th SCOllE BY INNINGS McCleary 3 0 O 0 1 2 0 (1 0--6 hits 3 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 1--9 Shelion 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--0 hits 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0--3 SUMMARY- 2b-Weld 2. lstes, SH- McMillian (bunt). Odie (fly). RBI- Weld 2. Mallory, Odle. SB-Cochran. Landis. Odle. M:allory, lIatney, Matau. E-%Vingard. M. Sheedy, Richards. Tut- land. SO-Mallory 10, Snyder 7. BB- Mallory 7. Snyder 5. RRF, 1RRF-SnY- der 3. WP-Snyder. Mallory. DP-Torn- quist to Matau to Tutland. Three Shollon Coaches Attend Spokane Clinic Three Shelton coaches are at- tending the V ashington S t a t e Coaches Association clinic in Spo- kane this week. Bob Sund Shelton high school football and track coach, Jim Doh- erty, Highclimber basketball coach and junior high football and track coach Bill Brickert are attending the clinic intended for all athletic coaches in the state. LAWN-BOY is the mowingest mower on the market! Priced from $69.95 SAEGER MOTOR SHOP + On Hillcrest How :IT WORKS: 1, A, eutgolng envelope I (Customeds Name I Addresl. . L City and, Stata) Ideal for 'Savings Accounts Statements Past Due Notlcel Personnel Inquiry Contract Payments Fund Drlve Mail Order Selling Mail-Well Returnelopes are available in the following colored papers: Whit Mail-Well and Pink, Green and Golden Autumn in Glowtone Stock Mail- Well envelopes for your every business ne THE JOURNAL 25 years with Simpson orm ,.Viio). t=ltoa t= dt told= !1 \\;-' "ah' hl  and =. ao. be. . ;e, alum nvalo) Beaten honestly in the opener. Shelton's junior legion baseballers beat themselves in the nightcap as Burien's Connie Mack team swept both games of Sunday's dou- bleheader at Loop Field," 7-2 and 8-7. Ken Droscher took his first tough test in the inaugural after nursing a broken foot since Jan- nary and showed everything bnt the conditioning necessary to be better than ever on the slab. He had the stuff but not the contxol, and that finally compelled his retirement in the fifth. He got through the first two innings in good shape and picked up the first two outs in the third befo|'e a walk. a triple and a single pf the visitors out in front, 2-1. Shelton had scored an unearned tally in the first on a pair o1" walks to Mike Sheedy and Brian Snyder and a throwing error on the sec- ond leg of Bill Sloan's'double-play grounder. ,VtIEN SHELTON dented the dish again, in the fifth on Sloan's double behind Snyder's walk, Bur- mn was ahead 7-1, having scored three in the fourth and two in the fifth to bring Tint Rose m to re- lieve Droscher. A sacrifice fly and a sacrifice bunt. following two singles and a walk which loaded the bases, scor- ed two of the fourth frame tal- lies and a single got the third. Three singles and a walk got the fifth inning pair. Lean Bob Towle, also making his first pitching start since last July, deserved to be a winner in the second game. Burien earned only three of its eight runs. seven scored off Towle and one off Sloan. who came on in the sixth with none out and the bases full as the result of a single sand- wiehed between two walks. SHELTON WAS ahead at the time. 6-4, but a sacrifice fly cleaned the bases after Shelton in- fielders got through throwing the sphere around wildly. A fom'th tun---and what eventually proved to be the winner---then was .ad- ded on another error on a double steal after a walk and a single. Shelton nmde a valiant effort to offset these fielding sins in the last of the seventh when Tim Sheedy drew a walk as a pinehhit- ter, Ron Landis singled to center and was forced by Darrell Coch- ran for the second out, and A1 Wagner whacked his third single of the game to score Sheedy. Coch- ran was nipped at the plate with the tying run trying to score on Snyder's infield single a moment later and that was the bail game. The .play was close and required a perfect throw The first base- man made it. BUT ]FOR TItE fatal sixth in- ning outburst of wild throwing, Tim Rose stood to be the hero of the second game. The left- 40 & 8 Nominates Officers, Elects Delegates To Prom Voiture 135 of the 40 & 8 elecd Chef de Train Roy Clinton. Cor- respondent Ed Faubert and Bill Dickie as its delegates to the Grand Promenade in Yakima in. August at-the voiture's June prom held at Lake Cushman Resort last Thursday. Alternates are Jay Umphenour, Ernest Campbell and Del Weston. The voiture also nominated of- ficers for 1963-64. Clinton to suc- ceed Frank Travis 3r: as Chef de Gave, 'Umphen0ur as hef de Train, Faubert as Correspondent, Weston as Conlucteur, Bert Hoard as Commis Intendant, Phil Durand ag Guard de la Porte. Harry Po- zorski as Lampiste, Buzz Phillips as Commis Voyageur, Dr. R. W. Norvold as Aumonier, Dr. B. N. Collier as Medicein, Glenn Cor- rea as Avocat, Bill Dickie as Guard de la Prisoniere, and John Luhm and Ernie Campbell as Che- minots. Bigley, Johnson Birds Cop Saturday Races From Eugene, Eureka The Paul Bigley and L. E. Johnson lofts were victors in Shel- ton Racing Pigeon Club compe- tition Saturday. Bigley's check pied cock was the victor in a race from Eugene, Ore,, with a speed of 1233.318 miles per yard over a distance of 227.767 miles. Johnson's winning entry, a blue check cock, travel- ed from Eureka, Calif., with a speed of 641.229 miles per yard over 447.452 miles. Bigley's birds came in first, second, and third in the Eugene race. Dick Giles' birds took fourth and fifth. L. E. Johnson's blue check hen nabbed 6th. the Gripp loft was 7th and 9th. Larry Zieg- ler 8th and Darryl Cookston, 10th. The Giles' loft, which entered 12 birds in the Eureka race, took second, fourth, sixth, seventh anti .ninth. His blue bar hen grabbed the second spot in 639.268 ypm. Bigley birds got third (634.716 handed hitting southpaw pitcher whaled a tremendom triple iuto the pole vaulting pit in deep right- center with two runners aboard as a pinch-hitter and later scored the third run of the inning to put Shelhm ahead. 6-4. Sloan and \\;ingard had walked to open the frame. Coach George Snyder squeezed just about the last ounce of po- tency out of his bench in an ef- fort to pull the second game out of the fire. using 15 of his 16 players in pinch and relief roles. Tonight Snyder's. club gets a couple of firsts---its first road game and its first game under lights at Morton. And this week- end eomes another first---an over- night trip with a nine-inning game at Yakima' Saturday afternoon, a pair of sevens at Selah Sunday afte moon. Tile box scores. First Game Burien ah r h  Shelton ab r h Good 21) 4 0 1 Coebran If d 0 0 Kvnaugh 3b 0 0 0 M. Seedyss 2 1 0 Ber'vnm ss 3 l 1 Snyder3) 1 1 1 Torten lb 3 2 2 [ Sloan rf 4 0 1 Thonmscr 4 1 2 I LaBsniercf' 2 0 0 Rodarm lr ,t I I ] Bailey2b 2 0 0 Taylor3b 1 l I [ a "Wagner 1 0 0 Wstrgrn 3b I Vingard 2b 0 0 0 21) 1 0 O [ Landis lb 2 0 2 Dickinsonc. 3 1 l  Richardsc 3 0 0 Thomas rt' 10 0 [ lbroscher p 2 0 0 Wesh.ott rf 0 0 0 I Rose p I 0 0 Saboe p 100 Totals 2,1 2 4 Van Fleckp 1 0 1 I Totals 26 7 11 I a grounded out for lgailey in 6th. Score by Innings Burien O O 2 3 ]20 0-- 0 hits 1 0 3 a3 1 0--11 Shelton 1 0 0 0 1 0 0--2 hits 0 1 0 1 1 0 1-- 4 SUMMARY: 3b-Totten. 2b-Sloan. SH- Thonms. Van Fleck. RBI-Sloan. Bryan Thomas 2. Brant Thomas. Van Fleck, Dickinson. To/ten. SB-Rodarm. Tay- lor. E-Good M. Sheerly. SO-Droscher 4, Rose 1. Van Fleck 7. BB-Droseher 5. Rose 1. Saboe 4. Van Fleck 2. RRF- Droscher 7. Saboe 0, Van Fleck 1. IP- Droscher 4 plus, Saboe 2 1/3. Loser- Droscher. Winner-Van Fleck. DP-Ber- ryman to Good to Totten. Snyder to Ilailey. Second Gante Burton ab I" h { Shelton Wstgrn 2b-rf 3 1 1 [ Coehran If erryman as 4 1 2 I Wagner rf Totten lb 3 1 2 t Snyder 3b Thomas cf-p 4 1 1 . Sloan lb-p Rodarm If 3 1 1 ] Wingard ss Taylor 3b 4 2 1 I Bailey 2b Dickinson c 2 1 0 ] Densley cf Thomas rf-ef 2 0 0 I a Rose Kavnugh p 1 0 0 [ LaBsnier cf Sponaugle p I O 0 Kadoun c ]Jl'milll  OUTDOORS .-:---=_ . = IN MASON COUNTY _--= |||| SALTCHUCK IMPROVEMENT A marked improvement wets no- ted during the past week in Hood Canal. both in size and number of salmon being produced. A hot spot when weather per- mitted was the mouth of the Ham- ma Hamma River. Nine salmon. seven of which were 10 pounds and over, were reported front tills area. Gus McNeil accounted for four of the lunkers. Fishing deep with the "yellow squid" McNeil caught up with 12-0 and 20-0 hlackmouth Jnne 3 and 10-0 ancl 19-0 fish June 5. Paul Hinton picked up a 5-2 June 5 and came back with a pair. 17-8 and :t0-0 Smtday. Jack McCulski, Tacoma. scored with two. 15-0 and 7-0 Saturday, All of these fishermen seemed to have the best luck with up to 20 Hamma Hamma with up to 2(I ounces of lead. Four fish were reported from the Hoodsport area. Ellen ano Harvey Greenwood caught 17-12 and 5-4 black mouth respectively Sunday. Merritt Wingard took a 4-0 black mouth June 5 and Ben Barber latched onto a 3-8 silver Monday. Gus McNeil's son Mike outfished his father at Westport Saturday. YOung McNeil caught three scal- ing 6-0, 18-0 and 25-0 while Gus was blanked. On the fresh water scene, Lake Cushman saw improvement. Quite a few limits were taken as well as a big variety of fish includ ing cutthroat, rainbow, black mouth, dolly varden and even some bass. Two of the most suc- cessful lures have been the lat fish and spin glow behind pop gear. OLYMPIC NATIONAL FOREST RECREATION REPORT Shelton Ranger District: %Vynoochee Falls is in fair shape after some debris clean up. A new well is to be drilled for Browns Creek Campground next week. The South Fork Skokomish River trail is being maintainea ab r h up to Sundown Pass. Church 4 I 1 Creek trail is open from the Sat- 403 sop side to the Skokomish trail. 4 01 The Wynoochee trail contains wind 1 0 fails and will not be opened en- 302 210 NEW BLUE OX 1 1 1 Thur. - Fri. - Sat. 1 0 0 Opens 6:45 10o o 426-3263 0 o 0 Nsneys ' Bo00rgo10000t ,,," -.. JoHN BIND tl II 11 I i i NOTICE There will be no Orthopedic Show. Please bring passes Sa't. - 12 "p.m. To 2 p:m. for Refund Sorry to disappoint the children They sold only 48 ou of 1200 passes . tirely until it has been toggetl off. Hoodsport Ranger District All roads, cam pgromd and trails are open and being l/,llin* rained. The snow level is 6500 feet and wild flowers are btoomiflg up to 1800 feet, THESE DIDN'T GET AWY Youthful Mike McNeil showed his elders hoW to do i(iin a fishing trip 'out of Westpo': last Sunday on Mary Morgan's:har- ter boat "Moocher". Mikeolds 18 and 25 pound King Salmon he caught. Mike is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Angus McNeil, 1936 Jefferson street, and is a student at Irene S. Reed.. high school. (Verle's Sporting 'Goods snapshot). L OAHS up to 'SO00 Loans on furniture, Simpson ,Names' Import Salesman Appointment of Dennis D. Rear- don, 57, as import salesman for Simpson International was an- nounced today by H. W. McClary, vice president and general man- ager. Simpson I n t e r national, head- quartered at Shelton is the im- port-export division of Simpson Timber Company. Reardon will sell imported for- est products throughout the coun- try and will headquarter in Seat- tle. A native of Lain'el, Montana,. he moved to Washington in 1938 an0 has been in the lumber sales busi- ness since 1924. He comes to Simp- son from C. T, Takahashi and Company, Seattle. where he was wood products import salesman the past nine years. Inquest Into Death Is Sch0dul0d An inquest into the death of Dale McClanahan, 37, will be held likely this week, officials in Ket- chikan, Alaska, said. The inquest will follow comple- tion of the investigation of the incidents May 26 gt ,a logging camp on Koscuisko Island. Witnesses to the incident, Mc- Clanahan's wife, Carol, and an- other logger, Sam Privett, in ,whose cabin the death occured told <)ffieials McClanahan shot himself under conditions of impulse aa 'that 'it was prot)ably uniintional. Material c ollecl:ed from -'the cene is being analyzefl by the FBI and the inquest will be held when their reports are received, .Ketchikan 01cials said. McClanahan, a former Shelton esident, had been at the camp of he LOG Logging Co. since last September. MEN'S R10 LEAGUE %V L Alley Oops ...................... 18 12 lintstones ...................... 17/ 12, Wouch'ables ...15 10 Prairie Roosters ...16 I MIMO ........... Vagaboncis .......................... 14 15 ........................ 14 16 Lucky X ............................ 1.2 18 Hopefuls ............................ 9 16 High amesRalph Simpson an'd Lionel Leman each 228. High selesLionl Leman 761. O -- Alley ops 4 (Lionel Leman 761), Vagabonds 1 (Flor Minoza 559) ; Lucky X 3 tEd :Dunbar 668), Hopefuls `2 (Bob Hen, Alex To- ney 560); Prairie Roosters 3 (Ralph-'Nimps0n 673), ,Touchables 2 (Dean Smith 705}; MTMO 2 (Morley Preppernau 733), Flint- stones 2 (Max Mikkelsen 745), SENIOR-JUNIOR LEAGTJE Hartwells Total Pins ................................. 3538 The Pigeons .............................. 528 Grape Dusters The ttalberts .......................... 3491 .......................... 3402 The Scrappers 3369 Bayshore Ktds ...................... 3344 The Peat'sons .......................... 3343 Alley Cats .............................. 3307 Junior Highs--Claude Cook 214 556. Men's highs--L. L. 1V[cInelly 209, 546 Women's highs--Verna Johan- son, 180-481, ypm) and eighth. Cookston end- ed up in the middle of the pack at fifth position in 620.945 ypm. Bell Riders Active In Local Competition 5adk Adams won the high point trophy for the seniors and Gry Bryson took the junior high point trophy at the Mason County Bell Riders play day May 25. Trophies for the show were do- nated by DaYigold of Shelton and Cook's Feed Store. BilI Roberts, Kirst Hunter and Shirley, Darrell and Benny Wil- liams were in competition at the Grays Harbor Junior Show. Dar- rell won the high point trophy in he 13 years and under age group. Molly Taylor won first place in the showing and fitting class and another first in Western equitation at the Capital Riders Junior Show in Olympia Sunday. Darrell and Benny Williams came home with several ribbons also. The Mason County Bell Riders Club is planning a zone approved junior show at the Posse Grounds near the Shelton Airport July 7. Eleven events are planned with ribbons to five places in each of the two age groups. The groups are 14 through 18 years and 13 years and undel . Two Fined $250 Each For Killing Door Two Shelton men, Henry Walter Jr., and Odell Gray, were each ,fined $250, with $125 suspended on charges of possession of deer in a closed season when they ap- peared i Belfair 'Justice Court] before Jildge Harry Stillwell last I week. ; ' " I Bolh are being held in Iason 1 County jail in lieu of payment of 1 their fines. ' . , Charles J. Pratt, Olyrnpia, was returned to Mason County ail on a charge of indecent liberties. He had been sent to Western State Hospital for a 90-day observation period by the Mason County Su- perior Court. He is being held on lil of $5,000. Also booked at/the Mason Coun- ty jail during the past week have been Jim Jesfield, negligent driv- ing; William Shipman, negligent driving; 3ohnnie Ross, drunk in public; Roland Early-wine, drunk in public; Reed Moree, driving while intoxicated. Morea was sen- tenced to five days in jail, fined $50 and had his license suspended 30 days when he appeared in Jus- tice Court before Judge Rolla Hal- bert. MIXED FOURSOMES r L Rock Chuckers ................ 16 7 Cherry Pickers ................ 14 10 Alley Pups ...................... 12 12 Slow Starters .................... 11 13 otd Brickers .................. 10 14 Twisters .......................... 8Va 15 High gams--Louise Snyder 183. Jack Sampson 189. High series Verna Johanon 471, Jack.Sampson 496! Twisters 3 (Don Knudsen 495). Cherry Pickers 1 IDean Smith 481) ; Slow Starters 3 t Jack Sam- son 496). Alley Pups 1 (Gayle Wentz 517); Rock Chuckers 2 (Rick Sharpes 410), Gold rtck- era 2 (Louise Snyder 457). Westeott rf 1 0 0] b T. Sheedy 1 1 Good 2b 1 0 0 I Richards c 0 0 Totals 29 8 8 c M. Sheedy 1 0 Towle p 1 1 Landis lb 1 0 Totals 26 7 a tripled for Denshy in 5th. b walked for Richards in 7th. c safe on error for Kadoun In 4th, o  Score by Innings Burien 0 0 0 3 1 4 O-Z1 bits 1 0 0 2 2 2 1-- Siettou 0 0 2 1 3 0 1--7 hits 1 12 0 1 1, 3---9 SUMMARY: 31)- Rose. Totten. SH- Dickinson Kavanaugh. Cocin'an. Soy- def. RB1-Rose 2, Wagner 2. Cocln'an. Snyder. Totten. Kavenaugh. SB-'Wes- tergTeen 3. 'Tolten. Rodal'm. SO-Towle 1, Sponaugle 2. Thomas 1. Kavenaugh 3. BB-Towle 2. Sloan 1. Sponaugle 3. Thonms 2 Kavenaugh 2. RRF-Towle 3. Sloan 0. Sponaugle 2, Thonms 2. Kavenaugh 1. WP-Thomas. Towte. Ht- Towle by Thomas. IP-Sponaugle 2 1/3. Thoma. 2. Towle 5 plus. Winner- Kavanaugh, Loser-Towlc. E-Berryman, Snyder 2. Wagner, Wingard, Rieh- ards. Towle. automobiles, equip- ment, livestock, or other secur!ty and take up to 48 months to repay. Credit Life Insurance is avail- able. Phone, stop i or write: SERVICE FIHANGE GO. 124 Railroad Ave. Shelton, Washington Phone 426-4447 Tom McCahill Reports on the New Homelite 4-Cycle-55 Outboard "8 Hours, 19 minutes at 24.2 mph . . . total gas and off cost- $12.12." During a recent test.run with the new automotive-type Homelite 4-Cycle-55, Tom McCahill, America s foremost automotive engine expert, piloted an 18.foot lapstrake boat with a gross weight of 2,230 pounds from Daytona Beach fewest Palm Beach, Florida. He sums it up -- "In a 202 mile run, at a planned aver- age of 25-mph, I was able to hold speed for better than three-quarters of the way, and was only forced to drop to a slower speed when we ran into weather conditions in which a small vessel, such as we had, should have been home in the back- yard. The engine, however, never missed a beat and would have gladly driven the hull to its complete destruction if I'd asked it to. The oil consumption for the whole trip was pint.Total gas and oil cost $12.12... just about half of What most two- cycle jobs Would Imve cost to oper- ate at the same speed for the same distance with the same load." FIND THE NEW FREEDOM OF 4-CYCLE OUTBoARDING no gas-oil mix cuts gas and oil cost in half 55 HP, 4-cycle, 4-cylinder as reliable as a modern automobile cruises twice as far on eerydollar's worth of gas and oil HOOD CANAL HARIHA, Inc. "After the Sale It's the Service that counts" Phone 898-2252 Union, Wash,