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July 22, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Mason County's American Legion squad took a doubleheader from Parkland Sunday to raise its season record to 7-11 and improve its chances for a league title. In the first game of the doubleheader, Mike Hagan hurled a 3-1 victory in a three-hitter. Shelton, meanwhile, collected eight hits. Hagan whiffed 13 batters in seven innings, and gave up four walks. Terry Knight scored in the first inning for Shelton when he tripled and was hit in by Mike Nutt's single. Don Havens also had a double in the inning, but Nutt was thrown out at home. Two more runs were tallied in the second frame by Shelton when Clyde Rains and Mike Hagan scored as the first two batters in the inning. Rains singled as did Hagan, and Hagan's hit was mishandled by the centerfielder, Rains going home on the error. Hagan was later batted in by Jim Densley, who singled. Hagan's most serious loss of control in the game was when he walked two in a row in the third and gave up a run. With two men on, Hagan gave up a single that allowed Parkland's lone run to score. Larimer Also Sparkles Dan Latimer pitched another three-hitter at the Parkland nine in the second game as Shelton JU Ball esults Several prizes were awarded at the Bayshore Two-Ball held last Thursday evening. The golf and i )tluck dinner brought out a good crowd. Low gross winners were Bob tJIson and Ruth Butler. Second w gross was taken by Bud ~,lacker and Dora Wager. Closest to the pin on number three were Frank Travis and Ada Oltman. Ed Frodel and Gini Pauley were closest to the pin on number seven. Long drive for men was hit by Tom Garrett with Grace McGrady. The women's long drive off the fourth tee was hit by Gert came up with seven hits to support Larimer's shutout effort. Shelton won 5-0 as Larimer struck out six in five frames and gave up a walk. Neal White started "off the first inning for his Mason County team with a single to right field and a Parkland error resulted. White wa s put on the scoreboard by Mike Nutt's single. The bases were loaded in the third inning when Shelton scored two more runs. Nutt got his second hit of the ball game, and Don Havens and Dave Dirksen walked, filling the bags for Bruce Cole, who came through with a single to knock in two men. Ken Shank walked to lead off Shelton's half of the fourth frame and was doubled home by Neal White. White later scored the last Shelton run by being sacrificed to third by Havens and advanced home by Dirksen's single. BOX SCORES Shelton-Parkland first game ab rh bi Neal White, cf 3 0 1 0 Terry Knight, ss 3 1 2 0 Mike Nutt, 3b 2 0 1 1 Don Havens, c 3 0 1 0 Bruce Cole, l b 2 0 0 0 Clyde Rains, rf 3 1 1 0 Mike Hagan, p 2 1 1 1 Elmer Herrel, 2b 3 0 0 0 Jim Densley, If 1 0 1 1 WP-Mike Hagan, Shelton 2b-Havens, 3b-Knight Shelton-Parkland second game ab e h bi Neal White, cf 3 2 2 1 Terry Knight, ss 3 0 0 0 Mike Nutt, 3b 3 1 2 1 Don Havens, ]f 0 1 0 0 Dave Dirksen, rf 2 0 1 1 Bruce Cole, l b 3 0 2 2 Elmer Herrel, 2b 1 0 0 0 Dan Larimer, p 2 0 0 0 Ken Shank, c 1 1 0 0 WP-Dan Larimer, Shelton 2b-White Dumps Shelton Twice East Bremerton down Shelton's American Legion twice last Saturday in a doubleheader, which dropped the local team's record to 5-1 1 for the season. Despite a 13-hit attack in the opener, Shelton could not get by East Bremerton, which scored four runs in the bottom of thy seventh to win 4-3. In the first six innings, Shelton's Clyde Rains had spread out seven hits so that Bremerton could not score. In the seventh, he walked the leadoff man, an error was committed, he walked another and two batters later he was the loser. Jim Densley scored a run in the fourth to give Shelton a lead it did not give up until the seventh. He walked, stole two bases, and was singled home by Members of the Arcadia Boat Club held their second annual banquet in Olympia recently. The banquet was a climax to the year's activities which included the election of Mr. Charlie Ward as commodore. Batstone with Pat McGrady. For ....Ward will.serve in the coming Jean Blacker won the long drive with Jack Kimbel. First low net was won by A1 Edson and Kaye Ellison. Gary Nicloy and Hazel Durand took second low net. Third low net winners were Glenn Sowers and Betty Olson and fourth low net was taken by Jim Pauley and Bey Edson. Bayshore's next two-ball is scheduled for August 19. newly elected treasurer. Thirty-five members and guests attended the banquet at the Jacaranda Restaurant. The evening was highlighted by the awarding of selected gifts to the various club members by the social director, Dick Buzzard. The club was formed two years ago with Mr. R. J. Buzzard serving as commodore for the first two years. Composed of boaters from Arcadia Point and Carlyon Beach areas, the club was formed to promote good will among boaters, encourage water safety and provide an organized association of local boaters from the area for social and boating functions. Rains. In the fifth inning, Bruce Cole doubled with two out and was sent home by Densley's double. Densley completed his day at the plate by singling in the seventh stanza. He was belted home by Rains, who tripled and finished the day two for two from the plate. Going into the bottom of the seventh, Rains and his troops led 3-0. Then the roof fell in. Shelton was outhit six to five in the second game which saw the East nine win 4-1. Mason County's lone run was tallied in the sixth frame when Terry Knight and Mike Nutt both doubled. Knight scored and Nutt collected the RBI. East didn't score until the fourth inning when three Shelton players made errors in the same play and the Bremerton batter went home on an "E-3, 1, and 8." Later in the fifth stanza, two walks, a single and a double accounted for three more Bremerton runs that iced the game. For Shelton, Terry Knight went two for three including his double. Knight was three for three in the opener and was five of six for the day. Neal White was one for three with a double as was Mike Nutt. Mike Johnson was the Shelton pitcher who was later relieve& by Data Latimer in the fifth frame. ': Shelton's next game at home is this Saturday. The locals will face Aberdeen in a doubleheader. BOX SCORE Shelton-East first game ab r h bi NealWhite, cf 4 0 2 0 Terry Knight, ss 3 0 3 0 Mike Nutt, 3b 3 0 1 0 Don Havens, c 3 0 l 0 Dave Dirksen, If 3 0 1 0 Bruce Cole, lb 4 l 1 0 Jim Densley, rf 3 2 2 1 Clyde Rains, p 2 0 2 2 Elmer Herrel, 2b 3 0 0 0 LP-Rains, Shelton 2b-Cole and Densley, 3b-Rains Shelton batted .464 for the game iiii In what appears to be the continuing coldest summer on record, the o[ State Game Department today lakes that anticipates that the hi-lake fishing G enerally season will be delayed at least 30 Cascades flora days this year due to most lakes south contai: being still frozen, ice-free, st Generally, the majority of Department high lakes are open for the Fourth however, that of July holidays, but this year Skagit, two feet of snow and a solid sheet counties maY of ice cover many waters normally ice-free at this time. During the Game Department's annual observation flight yesterday over many popular Cascade mountain lakes, officials observed the snow level at 5,000 to 5,500 feet from a Stevens Pass north. Six feet of snow presently covers the Cascade Crest Trail in ! many places north of Snoqualmie Pass. By mid-July the Crest trail is ~,. C. usually snow-free. Can Sol~ A week of good warm He's In weather with warn nights should open most of the high lakes, said Standard the Game Department, but DAVE DIRKSEN SLIDES home for the winning run in an American Legion practice game with Jess Mobil of Shelton. The run ended the game Tuesday on Loop Field. Shelton's American Legion beat Buck's A&W, a South Kitsap team, 8-6 recently by batting .387 as a team. The win was the fifth of the year for Mason County. Jumping to a 3-1 lead by the close of the first inning, Shelton never trailed. In the top of the first, Neal White and Terry Knight singled, Mike Nutt and Don Havens sacrificed, Dave Dirksen walked, and Clyde Rains and Rich Daly singled to drive home White, Knight and Dirksen. It was 6-1 at the end of the second inning after Shelton scored three more runs. Bruce Cole led off with a single, Terry Knight walked and Mike Nutt hit a single to drive Cole home. Later a fly by Dave Dirksen was mishandled by the centerfielder and two more runners came home. Shelton's last two tallies came in the top of the sixth when Neal White, Terry Knight and Mike Nutt all singled. Nutt's single sent White home and Don Havens later sacrificed Knight home. Several players had good records at the plate for the game. Mike Nutt was three for three. Terry Knight was two for three and scored three runs. Neal White and Rich Daly were two for four and White scored two runs. Pitching the win for Shelton was Neal White, who went the distance and gave up 12 hits. He walked five, hit a man, and struck out three in his seven frames of hurling. Then come on down to tee TIMBER BOWL where you can enjoy our new AIR CONDITIONING. IT'S 633 S. 1st Beginner Advanced Beginner and Intermediate register =- Th Fall Into At B ryshore's Third Hole In the feast-or-famine pattern which seems to govern holes-in-one at the Shelton Golf Club, linksmen have enjoyed another gourmet menu of late on the Bayshore premises. Within a ten-day period 'recently, three legitimate aces were recorded along with another which didn't count. All were achieved on the short, over-the-creek third hole. Larry Knudson started the spree by holing his tee shot there June 28, followed by Darrell Denniston on July 7'and Ron Ellis on July 8. Denniston's, however, was the more prestigious because his shot was popped from the long tee which turns the third hole into the twelfth in an 18-hole round. This stretches the distance from 115 to 140 yards. During this same period, club champion Sonny Lowe dropped a tee-to-cup shot which didn't qualify as a hole-in-one because it was a provisional ball hit when his first shot lit in a possible out of bounds position. Lowe has a previous ace to his credit on the third hole, so the loss wasn't quite sohard ito take as it might hav~ been. HUMAN NATURE will not flourish, any more than a potato, if it be planted and replanted, for too long a series of generations, in the same worn-out soil. Nathanael Hawthorne 12 to 4 p.m. Classes will begin Monday, July 26 JUNIOR and SENIOR LIFESAVIN@ For further information phone... ' '426-8223 or 426-2507 000 w ~ -- 0J Park events for children of all ages have been announced for the week of Monday, July 26 through Friday, July 30. Monday at Kneeland Park, dodgebaU, kickball, hitball and any other game will be played. The fun lasts from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. "Pet Day" is Wednesday, July 28. Children are encouraged to bring their pets and show them off. Ribbons will be awarded for the best groomed and best trained pets. The judging starts at 12:30 p.m. at Callanan Park. Trainers are reminded to bring their beasts on leashes, because no stray animals will be allowed. Kneeland Park is the site of Game Day on Friday, June 30. Children may bring a game if they wish and get together with others. It starts at 11:00 a.m. and ends at 4:00 p.m. ATHLETE'S FOOT HOW TO TREAT IT -- Apply quick-drying T-4-L, Feel it take hold to check Itch, burning in MINUTES. In 3 to 5 days, infected skin sloughs off. Watch HEALTHY skin replace It! If not delighted IN ONE HOUR. your 59(: back at any drug counter. NOW at EvarRreen Drug Canter. Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC, Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton - 426-4411 IlaMmd 0. Cemay d C=lifmmia Get on the line...FAST! 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