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COACH AL HOPP shows Dale Campagna the proper technique as Hopp gets ready for his instruction of the summer tennis program to be held in Shelton for the next eight weeks. For the third straight summer, Shelton's Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor a tennis program for children of all ages, coached by At Hopp and assistant Steve Evander. The program offers eight weeks of free tennis instruction for ages 10-18. There will be eight different one hour classes starting at 8:00 a.m. on weekdays, and the players will be divided up into these classes according to their age and ability. Hopp is Shelton High School's tennis coach who has a 21-4 two year record with the Highclimbers. Evander is a former Shelton High School tennis player who now attends Washington State University. The free program starts Monday, June 21, and will run for the next eight weeks. The only equipment needed will be a can of s Win Special Six local Exceptional Foresters won eight ribbons at the District Special Olympics semi-finals at Vancouver, Washington last Saturday. Steve Ledbetter was first in both the standing broad jump and the softball throw. Bobby Kimbel placed first in the 50 yard dash. Marvin Lesure grabbed thirds in the standing broad jump and the 300 yard dash. Second in the softball throw was Gary Farmer. Bill McFadZen was second in the 50 yard dash and Tommy Maynard placed second in the 300 yard dash. State finals are scheduled in Spokane on July 30 and 31. All of those who placed in the semi-finals will compete in State Bob Ledbetter and John Lane attended the meet and coached the local contestants. Ribbons were awarded for the first three places. Meet the Boys On Our Little League Team BURGESS SHEETZ BLAINE BURGESS, son of Mr. and ; Mrs. Galen Burgess, is playing his third year on the Gott team: He plays first base and pitches. GREG SHEETZ, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sheetz, is playing his second year on the Gott team. He plays right field and first base. DEVAN EY SAWYER DENNIS DEVANEY, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Devaney, is playing his third year on the Gott team. He holds down the pitchers mound. JEFF SAWYER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sawyer, is playing his first year on the Gott team at Second base. You're Always Safe With Phone 426-3322 Page 10- Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, June 17, 1971 tennis balls, a racket and tennis shoes. Being used in the program will be a ball machine, which was jointly purchased by the city and the school. The machine throws different kinds of shots at the player at different speeds. Registration is Monday, June 21, from 9:00 a.m. until 12 noon at Kneeland Park. Lessons will start on Tuesday morning. Hopp said that he is anticipating an expanded program because of the curtail of swimming, and hopes for a-large turnout. Tennis players wishing more information may call 426-2165, or 426-5012. Dale Campagna, a Shelton youngster who is in Hopp's special tennis group of tournament players, did well at the North Central Washington Junior Championships in Wenatchee recently. He reached the third round of the 14 and under singles and also got to the quarterfinals of the doubles tourney with Mike Duty. OK Roofers Maintain Lead In Babe Ruth's Week OK Roofers lost a game this week but kept their slim lead in the second week of play in Babe Ruth. Lumbermen's and Jim Pauley Ford were locked in a second place tie with identical 2-1 records. OK Roofers beat McCleary on Monday, June 7. Carlson pitched for the winner and Settle caught. Estes took the loss and the catcher for McCleary was Rakevich. Lumbermen's downed Puget Sound National Bank on Monday also. Wood pitched the close 9-8 win and the catcher for the winners was Allen. Endicott pitched for PSNB and Bearden caught. On Tuesday, June 8, PSNB grabbed its first win of the season eam n Here are the results of last week's 19th Hole Club Twilight League at Bayshore Men's Club: First place: Team 9-.615; Munro 2, Bostrom 2, Slettedahl 2, Carlson 1, Dunn 2, Anderson 2, Steinberg 1, Gunnerson 2, Jorgenson 1. Second place: Team 4-.559; Stuller 0, Archer 0, Tuson 1, Pauley 2, Dahman 2, Flakus 0, over OK Roofers, which was previously unbeaten in three games. PSNB made a slaughter of it, 11-0. Miller got the win and Bearden completed the battery. Knight took the loss for OK and Marshall and Settle did the catching. Jim Pauley Ford dumped McCleary 9-2 on Wednesday. Wilbur collected the win and Bariekman caught. McCleary's losing pitcher was Whipple and Rakevich caught. LEAGUE STANDINGS W L OK Roofers 3 1 Lumberman's 2 1 Jim Pauley Ford 2 1 PSNB 1 2 McCleary 0 3 e guers Sowers 0,Hoard 0. Third place: Team 8-.550; Bayley 0, James 0, Travis 0, White 2, lsbell 1, Nutt 2, Sanford 2, Evander 2. Fourth place: Team 6-.515; Holt 2, Eichorn 2, Barnard 0, Van Blaricom 2, Waldrop 0, Long 1, Knutzen 0, Luhm 0, Wotton. Fifth place tie: Team 1-.507; Jeffrey 2, Willour 2, Robertson 0, Rice 0, Pauley 0, Goodwin 2, Anstey 2, Coutts 2. Fifth place tie: Team 2-.507; Stewart 2, James 0, Richards 2, Jemison 2, Ferguson 2, Martin 0, Cole 1, Collins 2, Blacker O. Seventh place: Team 5-.492; Larson 0, McComb 0, Nicloy 2, Price 1, Batstone 0, Ashford 0, Bennett 0, O'Neil 1. Eighth place: Team 3-.437; Lowe 0, Fredson 2, Kieburtz 2, Olson 0, Denniston 0, Oltman 0, Christey 2, Mohrmann 0, Rust 1. Ninth place: Team 10-.428; Knudsen 1, Simpson 0, Daniels 0, Sienko 2, Neau 0, Smith 2, Preppernau 2. Tenth place: Team 7-.373; Garrett 1, Peterson 0, Myers 2, Lemagie 0, Ragan 0, Allen 2, Eager 0, Fulk 2. Andy Tuson won the President's Cup with a net score of 201 for 54 holes. STEVE EVANDER WORKS with grad~ Dorcy as they prepare for the city's IWS Shelton Bayshore Golf Club's mixed two-ball and crab feed drew a large turnout last Saturday evening, June 12. Several prizewinners were awarded for their efforts: Bernie Scales and Stella Allen, first, closest to pin on number three; Dick McPherson and Sue Daniels, second, closest to pin on three; Jack Jeffrey and Pat Kieburtz, first, closest to pin on number seven; Rudy Purse and Joan McComb, second, closest to pin on seven. Long drive for women over 30 handicap: Joyce Bostrom with Wally Mohrmann; long drive for women under 30 handicap, Pat Beatty with ivan Myers; long drive for men, Rex Beatty with Kaye Ellison. Low gross: O. B. Wager and Fran Luhm; Roger Anderson and Bobbie Goodwin, first low net; Bill Batstone and Dora Wager, MASON COUNTY'S American Legi'on baseball team takes a secondBev EdsonlW net;thirdROnlowSanfordnet; Maatrknd Fredson an(l Anita Kimbel, fourth break from Friday evening s turnout to pose. The team has low net; A1 Edson and Doris "Clean up your room!" some top material returning from last season's squad. ~=1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 = _= _= = Beginner * Advanced Beginner and Intermediate register # 12 to 4 p.m. Classes will begin Monday, June 28. JUNIOR and SENIOR LIFESAVING For further information phone... 4268223 or 426.2S07 == = Pacific Zone _= ---- Performance 9:00 a.m. * G i Rosettes to 5 places : to Junior and Senior r = == __= ---= MALONE ROAD = Phone = ~IIIIIIIIIIIIIlUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII e"-.-.el,e~ Christey, fi Simpson low net. Most cog to tlank THE FU: State is to maxin~urn and it a thing. standard