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1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Publiehed in "Ohristm,towb U.KA.', qhelton, Washington zing Pitching Duel res Topple Puyall,p In 4th District 0peter i iii::i!i]!'i!il/lii::il ell at third and Rose a first, the latter playing his first game there junior baseball Saturday Joe MacLean muscle of his strikeouts. Shel- took a headier, to the victor's 8loan locked up pitching duels SOn With the Pu- COming close to I the shain of all ,finally exacted tired in the final of the scheduled )SE scheduled to exact- only one of being a pitch Eighteen this virtually in- to show LaBis- first hit was bunted there on a tap and another with one first walk but the the first fly kept the intact. through the 10th, though. pitching ati- lt and La- twice to get with his player on figured Mac- and brought Neeley. Jim ling twice to hit through shattered the plate. that al work on the winning a few ran- steal of third the Puyal- Rose vas Dwell picked to get and am- e throw whch r d. Shelton's but Ton] sta- a Streak siugled and Pew- chances cracked wLndows w, th SAFETY GLM4 Ztockz of= OlaR fty Window Oh,q Glau McNEIL ond 10th. for a gaudy 5-hit pitch- ing performance of his own. While Sloan pitched in the sha- dow of MacLean's eye-popping strikeonts, he was tossing a less (nervating game and got stronger as MacLean got weaker Puyalhlp had him in trouble in the second and fou'th. First two men up singled in the second but force plays Sloan started himself got both at third. An error filled the sacks but a pick-off at first has* (nded it. In the fourth the lead-off swinger doubled and reached third with two outs. but again Sloan handled a tap hack to the mound ,he had eight in the 10-innings) and he was out of it. In the sixth the leadoff man singled but Riehards promptly wiped him out trying to steal. Puyallup's other hit call, with tv,,o out in the fifth. In the ninth Puyallup had two aboard with one out when Sloan showed his only control lapse, hitting one batter and walking die next. but an at- tempted steal at third again fell victim of Riehards' arm and a strikeout ended the inning. BOTII TEAMS wound up with five hits. Three of Puyallup's didn't get out of the infield, while all of Shelton's were clean raps. Shelton backed Sloan with good defensive support, especially Pow- going a mile into left-center to take MacLean's hard-hit drive in the eighth. The victory sent Shelton into next Sunday's finals after a game last night with Parkland at Stcil- aeoom. Smday's game starts at I :30, to be followed by a second depending on the outcome of the opener. Saturday's box score: Nhelton ab r h Win'm'd 2b 3 0 0 Wau'ner rf 5 a l Snyder ss 5 0 0 Sloan p 3 l 0 LaBsnior ef 4 1 2 Rit'hards (t 3 1 l Roso lb 3 0 0 Powell el) :I 1 1 I*uylllhll ) lib r h Tevis 2t) 4 0 u Noel (.r .1  1 Lynnnl c 3 0 1 Neely ]'f-p 3 0 l t{ondel'son 11) 4 O 1 Erikson .s 4 00 Slnith 31) ,t 0 0 ]]rasda If 4 0 n "-Ilillllllllllllllllll i SALTCHUCKING BETTER Saltwater salmon fishing on Hood Canal seemed to be on the upswing this week with many sil- vers and blackmouth being taken, mostly on immitation lures. Roy Trim found the Union area to his liking Tuesday when he hauled in a 21-0 king and an 8-0 silver, both on the immitation pink squid. Adrian Wright also netted a siZt-ble one of 23-4 and a smal- ler partner of 6-0 out of Hoodsport THIS 21 POUND king fell to Roy Trim and an immitation pink squid near Union Tuesday. He also took an 8 Ib. silver the same day. (photo by Verle's Sport Shop). Sunday. Monday Mrs. Eb Snell caught a 14-0 fish on the canal as did Warren Rachman, South Dakota. a 4-0 blackmouth out of Hoodsport Marina. Bill Dickie caught up with a 9-8 silver in the lower canal Monday evening. HARSTINE ISLAND territory held limits to 10-0 for James Oko- nek and son Jimmy Sunday. The Yakima Fruit TREE RIPENED ERS TAKEN M.Sheody lr 2 0 0 Ma('L('an p 3 0 0 a Bailey If 2 0 0 Graham rf 0 0 0 Totals 33 4 5 Totals 33 0 5 a grounded out rot Slwedy in 9th N('()iil': BY INNINGS Shqlton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4t hits 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ] 0 4--5 Puyallup 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--0 0,,0 Ta0oma Squeaks SUMMARY SI-I-Riehards. Powell. RBI-Richards Wagner 2 SB-LaBis ..... Out 4 3 Victory soniere, Richards. E-Wingard. Wagner, Lynam. SO-MaeLean 20, Shmn 10. Nee- ly 2. BB-MacLaan 2. Shmn l. Neely 1 Over Skokomish t-It-Rose by MaeLean. Lynam t)3" Sh)an. IP-MacLean 9 plus. RRF-Mac- Lean 2, Neeiy 2. Loser-MacLean. LOB- ] Slmlton 5. Puyallul) 5. IIIIII!l!!!!l!lllllllllllll||l!!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllU= OUTDOORS IN MASON COUNTY !n!!!!!lllUlmmmmmmuulImm!lnmu.mmmlmlm Bill Carlson party picked up five fish to 12-0 off Johnson's Point the same day. More Sunday fish from the canal went to Karl Rains. 7-8 and 10-0 kings; Dick Glaser party four fish to 6-8 off Bald Point, and Harry McClellan, Ohio. a 6-10 " black- mouth. Friday canal salmon were re- ported by Don Sumers, Sr., a 15-1 blaekmouth; Don Somers. Jr. 3-8 blaekmouth and June Francis 6-12 blackmouth. CHEHALIS TOPS LOCAL STEELIE RIVERS The Chehalis Rive]- was one of the top steelhead producers in the local Shelton fishing circle, ac- cording to recent figures from the State Game DePartment. Fishermeu checked 6.519 out of the Chehalis all winter-run fish. December was the best month when 3.450 fish were caught. The Satsop, Skokomish and Wy- noochee rivers were second, third and fourth ranking producers re- spectively in this classification, all With over 1.000 fish reported. The Satsop had 1,814 all winter-run checked, Skokomish 1.363 includ- ing 14 summer-run fish and the Wynoochee, 1,332 fish. The Dosewallips River ranks 5th With 755 fish inclu'ding 10 summer- run and the Duckabush sixth with 592 including 54 summer-run steel- head. The Hamma Hamma river was 7th with 284 fish. OLYMPIC NATIONAL FOREST RECREATION REPORT Shelton Ranger District: Dusk Peak Road 530,is blocked due to logging durilg the day, but is open for night travel. No trail maintenance}is being done at pres- ent. Very good catches of fish are reported from branches of the Skokomish River. Wild blackber- ries are beginning to ripen at lower elevations only. Forest vis- itors are reminded of fire clos- ure ,.-'eas now in effect on the di3Lrict. Hoodsl)ort Ranger District: A new concrete bridge is being con- structed across the Ddsewallips river. Distric t campgrounds ex- perienced heavy use during the past weekend. All trails are open. Steady progress  being made on the restoration of the Mt. Jupiter Trail. Stream fishing is reported good with the Hamma Hamma and Dosewallips producing some fine catches. Practically all snow sUMMER RECREATION GOLF instructor Jim from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 11 a.m, to 2 p.m. in Doherty helps about 35 young golfers two days a two sections, Monday and Thursdays. The session week at the Bayshore Golf Course, Instructon fasts .is sehedu'led to be completed July 26. LEGION NINE STOPS ELHA 5-1 Shelton capitalized on effective pitching by three legion hurlers and Elma inexperience to take a clear-cut 5-1 verdict over the Grays Harbor club in junior leg- ion play last Wednesday. The three Shelton flingers, Bob Tow!e, 'Tim. Rose and Brian Sny- der gave up only six hits in the seven inning tilt and struck out nine. Southpaw Rose fanned four men in the two innings he worked. Towle got the win. MiK E S IEDY singled to lead things off ifi "the first frame for Shelton. An out later Snyder singled to advance Sheedy to third, after Sheedy had swipted Second, then Snyder himself stole secShd. Clean-up man Bill Sloan promptly stepped up and towered a high sacrifice fly to center after which Sheedy sped home. Snyder was tossed out moments later when he tried to make third after tagging tip. Elma evened the count in the bottom of the first. Pat Murphy lined a bad hop double to left with one down, then completed the cir- cuit when Mike Sheedy dropped Carl Huttula's skier to left. Towle retired the side without further trouble, however. THE SCORE remained knotted at.l-1 until the top of the third when coach George Snyder's boys struck once more. this time for two runs. The Sheedy brothers figured big in the rally. Mike star- ted with a walk and advanced to second when the right-fielder fum- bled Snydcr's liner. A mental er- rot" by Elma first baseman Mm-- phy of Sloan's infield roller filled I the sacks. Then brother Tim, a portside swinger, lined a single to his off-field which plated Mike I'and Snyder. Ron Landis skied out to end the inning. Meanwhile. E!ma batters had their hands full with strong Shel- ton pitching. THE StIELTON jay-ells weren't through yet, however. Rose be- gan the visitors sixth inning rally with a single. Elma moundman Ed Miehalak threw away Mike Sheedy's grouuder to fill first and second bases, Both base-runners moved up one on a passed balled by Michalak and Rose eKossed the dish on Tom Wingard's sin- gle. Brian Snyder's following sac- rifler fly scored Wingard and com- pleted the scorlng for the day. Tacoma pushed across one run in the bottom of the seventh in- ning and neld off a last ditch Sko- komish rally in the top half of the same frame to squeak out a 4-3 decision over the Valley club Sunday in Puget Sound Indian League action. After falling behind through the first six innings, Skokomish tied the count with three runs in the seventh. Robert Miller singled, Mike Davis walked and Guy Miller singled to fill the ases, An0ther walk forced in Robert and Alex Gouley's following one-baser brought Davis and Guy home. TACOMA SCORED a lone tally in the second cafito on two free bases and a single then added two more runs in the sixth. Three sing- les and an error figured in the scoring ........... Back-to-back doubles by Taco- ma pitcher SatiacUm and catcher Patterson plated the winmng run in the seventh panel. Skokomish put a man on third in the last half of the ninth, but couldn't shove him across. The short score: r h e Tacoma 010 002 100 4 9 3 Skok. 000 000 300 3 4 3 Batteries: Satiacum and Pat- terson: Charles Frank and Pete Peterson. Robt. Miller. ............................ Brickert Nabs Third in Federalio, Track Meet Saturday Brian Brickert. who got third in the high school 440. was the sole Shelton thinclad to place in a Federation meet at the University of \\;Vashington stadium Saturday. Coach Bill Brickert will take his summer recreation tracksters to Portland Saturday for an AAU all-comers meet at Portland Uni- versity. BRIAN RAN a close half-mile being edged near the end out of second place, in 53.6. Rollie Duekham, a freshman, ran the junior high 440 in 58.1 for a no-count fifth place, al- though he got second in his heat. Mike Carper. another ninth grad- er, got a non-placing fourth in the junior high bt0ad jump at 17-9%. Jim Olson and Dennis Whiteaker also made the trip but didn't place. Coach Brickert rananother of his weekly two-diviSion intra- squad meets on Loop Field Friday. LEE BURFIEND, in the 12 and 13-year-old class, swept three firsts. He Won the high jump at 4-3, broad jump at 14-2 and ran the 50 yard dash in 7.3. Larry Her- gert took the pole vault at 6-5 and the 100 in 15.1. John Board- man held the top spot with a 26-1 heave of the shot. Don Pierson and KIm Whiteaker each notched a pair of firsts in the ll-years and under division. Pier- son pole vaulted 7-5 and high jumped 3-9. Whiteaker ran thru the 50 in 7.9 and the 100 in 15.9. Sloan topped Shelton swingers with two hits, a pair of singles, in two times at bats. Snyder had two safeties also in three chances. i,]]ma ab r h Shelton ab r h Vnarsdle If 4 0 1 M,Sheedy lr 3 3 1 Murphy lb 4 i 1 I Wingd 2b. ss 4 O 1 Huttala ef 4 0 1 t Snyder ss. Evelethab 2 0 1 lb, p 3 1 2 Miehalak p 3 0 0 I Sloan 8b 2 0 2 Hartlyss 2 0 01 a Powell3b 1 0 0 Karr c 3 0 1 i T.Sheedy rf 4 0 1 Kimbtng rf 2 0 0 [ LaBnsaire cf 4 0 1 Gregoirie 2b 3 0 1 Landis 11) 2 0 0 Totals 27 1 6] b Baily2b 2 0 0 Kadoun c 2 0 0 c Richards c 1 0 0 Towle p 2 0 0 d Rosep, lb I 1 1 Totals 31 5 9 a ran for Sloan in 5th, b fanned for Landis in 5th. c fanned for Kadoun in'6th, d singled for Towle in 6th. NEW BLUE OX THUR.- FRI. -SAT. OPENS 6:45 ONE COMPLETE SHOW ' H00PPiWI"O' E49YjANE00 Belie" uaws. 000an 1 SUN. MON. RRY[F.ZANUCK  " TECHNICOLOR' r0M WARNER BROS. I J No one under 16 will be admitted I unless accompanied by an adult, i PAG12 5 ...................................................... Helena Ruhinstein 0nee-a-Year Beauty Sale BUY ONE...GET A BEAUTY BONUS FREE! SAVE UP TO 50% ItAVE BEAUTIFUL LIPS AND FINGERTIPS! CLEANSE, LUBRICATE, REFRESH l i race Cream Special Buy, Fashion SUck. Lipstick and lip. liner In one Dazzling shades. Free, New Nail Fashion. 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