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PAGE 6 SHELTON--IIASON COUNTY 5OURNAE -- Published in "Christmastown, U.g.A.', Shelton, Washington ThursdaY, Jay-ells Win ROSE, S[OAN EFFORTS HcCLEARY 4-1 Rookie bested veteran ix] a left- handed pitching duel on Loop Field last mid-week as Shelton's Ameri- can Legion junior baseballers downed McCleary's Town Team. 4-1. Shelton's Tim Rose squared ac- counts for a 6-0 setback Mc- Cleary's Jerry Mallory hung on the Jay-ells earlier in the season in the all-South-paw pitching battle. Three triples maligned Mallory., only a couple of years removed from the Shelton Jay-ell ranks himself. Bill Sloan, whose batting average has been rocketing of late, hit two of the 3-ply pokes, ac- counting for two runs. and Jim Richards slammed the other. TWO OF THEM came back-to- back in the fifth inning to sew up the game. With two away and Ron Landis on irst. Richards froze a rope over the rightfield- er's head for one run and then Sloan dropped a twisting fly on the rightfield foul line which spun away from the fielder for another three-station trip. Sloan hit his first trinle i e previous inning, a blistering bl to rightcenter, and co ........ moments qaier when McCleary failed to complete a double play on Larry Powell's grounder to third. Mike Sheedy drove in Shelton' first run in the second with a clean blast through the middle af- ter Rbse had singled and Powell had walked with two away. McCLEARY'S LONE RUN was produced by Ron Curran's beauti- fnl bunt single and Joe Torn- quist's triple in the fifth. Rose struck out two lefthanded hitters to escape further potential dam- age right there and was saved trom a possible McCleary score in the first when Torquist. tl W- ing to stretch Ills lead-off double was cut down at third by fast handling of the ball in the Shel- ton outfield. Tornquist had half of McCleary's six hits and was robbed of a fourth on a gaudy play by S!oan in the seventh, Sloan's fielding at third was elegant on several occasions. Darkness halted a second game after three innings with the score at 4-4 thanks to a 3-ram Shelton rally in the final inning in which Riehards drove m two runs and Landis the third with well-wal- loped singles. The box score: McCleary ah r h To,'nquist ss 4 0 3 I hclton ab r h Vqtd 2b 2 0 0 [ l=aiicy 2b 3 0 0 Estes 3b 2 0 0 I Landis lb 3 I 0 Mallory p 3 fl 21 Richardslf 3 I ] ()die If 3 0 0 Sloan3b 3 ] 2 McMillian rf 3 0 0 [ T.Shecdy rf 2 0 Karr c 3 0 0 I Rose p 2 1 1 Tuttand lb 3 0 0 I Powell ss 2 0 1 Curran cf 3 I 1 ] M.Shc.'edyof 3 0 1 Totals 26 1 6] Kadounc 3 0 Totals 24 4 SCORE IY [NNNGN ]IeCteary 0 0 0 0 ] 0 0--1 hits 1 0 ] 1 2 1 0--6 Shclton f] 1 0 ] 2 0 x--4 hits 0 2 0 1 3 1 x--7 SUMMARY -- 3b-Sloan 2. Richards. Tornquist. 2b-Tornquist, Mallory, Pew-' ell. SH-Bailey. RBI-M. Sheedy, Pew- ell, Richard. Sloan. Tornqmst, E-Mal- lory, Rose. Slosh. RRF-Rose 1. Mal- lory 2. SO-Rose 6. Mallory 3. BB-Rose 1, Mallory 3. HB-Weld, DP-Eailcy to Powell to Landis. ED JOHNSTON IS GYGLE VlGTOR Ed Johnston won the Shelton Trailblazer Cycle Club's first scramble held on the new track at the Mason County Fair Grounds Sunday. , , Johnston took two of three rac- es for the fiest place. Von Hogan was a close second. Paul Johnston was third and Bob Aitken fourth. Next action for the Trailblaz- ers is a road run to the Allyn hill climb Sunday. Von Hogan will host the next meeting Saturday. Johnson Team Takes 8-4 Pee Wee hll--Star Decision Absentees lake Toll As Shelton Drops Two To Olympia Markers Absentee-ridden Shelton's Am- erican Legion junior baseball squad gave Olympia's Connie Mack diamondeers quite a run for the money before surrendering two ex- hibition verdicts on Loop Field Sunday. In an overtime opener, a bruised pitching wrist finally took its toll on Brian Snyder and Olympia scored an eighth inning run for a 2-1 victory. Olympia made better use of five hits than Shelton did of six in the course of a 7-3 second game tri- umph. Coach George Snyder was com- pelled to hay-wire together a line- up without such regular stalwarts as outfielder A1 Wagner, infield- crs Larry Powell and Denny Bai- ley, pitcher Tim Rose and util- ityman Tim Sheedy in both games and then had to go the second tilt without catcher Terry Kadoun and pitcher Bob Towle. EVEN SO, 'NYDER possibly could have won the opener but ]ora line-drive which banged him on his right wrist in the first in- ning. The wrist swelled and stif- fened in the later stages of the game. causing him to lose his stnff and control, His VVaterloo finally crone from walks, from which Olympm scored both its runs. In the fifth inning Snyder managed to escape with only one run against him despite fonr walks and a single. This sq_mrcd the score for a home run Felted on the second pitch in the first inning by [oy Kimbel. pres- sed into service in the player shortage as Shelton's shortstop. II was Kimbel's first game since April, when he broke an ankle at sacrificed Terry LaBissoniere and Wingard each put good wood on the ball but drove it right to out- fielders. Shelton had the door open to victory in the fifth with the bases full and one out on walks to Ben Landis. Kimbel and Mike Sheedy, but saw it slam shut on two strikeouts. IN THE SECOND game, Olym- pia pounced on Sloan for four runs in the first on three hits, two runs crossing on infield groun- ders and two on a single by Don Blackman. Two errors on the same ground ball let Darcy Fast make the full circuit for an unearned Olympia marker in the third, and two more gift tallies crossed in the fifth on n error, Fast's double and a wild pitch. So it was 7-0 before Shelton started whittling at the deficit. Landis scored the first run in the fifth after walking, moving to third on Kimbel's Single, and chec- king in on a wild pitch. The other a,ir made it across in the seventh. After two were out Kimbel singled, advanced on a wild pitch and cored on a two-base wild throw of Dan Sheedy's grounder to short. Snyder singled Sheedy home. The box scores: Olympia ab r h Shclton ab r h byg'a cf 3 0 1 ] Kin,bel ss 3 1 1 Boltonc t 0 1 [ M.Sheedy If 2 0 1 Fast lb-rf 4 0 0 ] Snyder p-lb 3 0 0 Fourre If 1 0 0 I Sloan 3b 3 0 0 Backman ss 3 0 0 I LaBsnicrf 4 0 1 -ilchrist 2b 4 0 1 Wingard 2h 4 0 0 Ford 3b 3 1 2 ' Iichards rf 2 0 1 Meyer rf 1 0 0 I Landis lb 2 0 0 Hauntzp-lb 1 0 0 I Towle p 0 0 0 Rich p-rf 2 I 2' Kadounc 2 0 0 UPS, Totals 26 2 7 ' Totals 25 [ 4 IN TIlE EIt}][ITH Snvder ws, lk- [ SCORE BY INNING. [ed two more. aroHll(] a sacrifice [ Olympia. 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1--2 an(] a single, to load the bags hits 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 1--7 7 and bring on Towle in an effort to put out He fire And Iie would have made it. too, had Tom Wing- ard fielded a grounder to second and made the play at the plate. The ball. however, caromed to Kimbel. who made the force at Shelton 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--1 hits 1 0 1 t 0 ] 0 0--4 SUMMARY HR-Kimbel. SI-I-Bolt- on. Fourre. Hauntz. Sloan. Kadoun. RBI-Kimbel. Bolton. Fore're. SB-Bol- ton. :Fast. Ford. Rich. Sheedy. La- Bissoniere. E-Ford Wingard. IP-Rieh seemed while the Jwinmng run 4, Hauntz 1/3. Rich 3 2/3 Snyder 7 1/3, b:corcd - Winner- Rich. Loser-Snyder. RRF- Sheltm was unable to come up Rich 1. Snyder 2. SO-Snyder 5, Rich with the equalizer in its half de- 3. BB-Snyder 10, Rich 2, Hauntz 3, spite an overthrow on Snyder's HB-Richards by Rich. DP-Baekman grounder to third. After Bill Sloan to Fast., LOB-Shelton 8, Olympia 12. llllllllllllillllllHlllll ..... illllllllilllllllliilllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllP OUTDOORS ---- IN MASON COUNTY z |II llllill|llllll|mllllllllllllHlllllll|llllll|llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllh 'I-LB. ICING HEADS King off oodsport Sunday. WEEK'S SALMON CATCH No one was close to that weight. The season's heftiest salmon out of Hood Canal featured last week's fishing success story. LeRoy Baxter boated a 31-1b. BAG BIG COUGARBill Howe (left) and Bruce Combs, Shelton, bagged this huge cougar early Sunday morning near Matlock. Howe shot the seven-foot four-inch (measured from head to tail) cat with a .22 caliber magnum pistol after Combs' dogs had treed the 130 pound cougar, (photo by Wingard's Sport Shop) Nearest was Gloria Van Laanen's 3-lb. blackmouth Friday from the ;ame area. Ray and SMrley Huis- ngh had 7V2 and 3& pound hum- )ies Sunday, Ben Barber a 5-lb. mmpy Tuesday, Emil Matson an -lb. silver. Vern Chambers 5- b. and 5 3/4-1b. silvers Tuesday, "aul Hinton a 5.-lb. silver Sat- wday, Frank Bower of Tacoma we 5-lb. silvers Saturday and ]unday, and Ken Purchase a 5-lb. ilver Sunday. The last trio fished off the nouth of the Hamma Hamma zhile the rest took their catches :rom Lilliwaup to the Skokomisn. In fresh water action, John 3wanson limited on trout up to t6 inches in the Satsop Sunday md Chris Harden hit the Quinault m successive days Friday and Sat- rday for 81/fi-lb. and 10Vz-lb. steel- ends. )LYMPIC NATIONAL FOREST rECREATION REPORT Shclton Ranger District: All "ends are generally passable ex- cept to Dusk Peak and between 3pider Lake and Canyon River. Phese two roads are closed due to 'ogging operations. All camp Irounds are now open. New gravel mrfacing has been put on the Brown's Creek road. Trails are >pen except the upper four miles f the South Fork Skokomish and Dry Creel( trails. Fishing in Spi- let Lake is fair. The blackberries arc poor duc to wet weather. Some have not yet ripened. Excess am- )ants of blown down timber cause m above average fire hazard in the area. ltoodsport Ranger District: All "cads are open and in good con- ition. ampgrounds have been filled to near capacity. They are dl in excellent condition, All trails ?re open because of the low fire risk. Reports from Jupiter Lake by those who have hiked in say they have never seen so many fish. Bear have bee:l invading the lower elevations in search of rope berries. 2any fawns have also been spot- ted. /31ueberries. huckleberries and blackberries are ripe and ready for picking. PEE WEE ALL-STARS--The Johnson, Tim Fredson two, Carl Dave Johnson all-stars beat the Roush two. Gary Hurd and Denny Bailey all-stars 8-4 Fri- Reins. Losers' runs were scored Doug Knutson, Barry Bailey day night on Loop Field in the two, and Dave Hergert Don concluding action for-summer Purvus was the only batter to recreation per wee baseballers, get two hits. John Gruver, Put- Johnson and Bailey were assm- vus, Rockey Howard, Okano tent instructors to Roy Kimbel two, Raymond Crumples, Reins during the summer, but assure- and Arnold Warnes got credit ed manager roles for the all-star for runs-batted-in. Dave Johnson game. Scoring runs for the win- pitchers Okano and Fredson reg- ners were Jeff Okano, Mark istered 16 strike-outs between them while Bailey hurlers Knut- son and Purvus fanned four bat- ters and issued 10 walks. The only double-play of the evening was chalked up by George Hick- am m an unassisted effort. The winning pitcher was Okano and the loser Knutson. The umpires were Kimbel and Rad arring- ton. The Johnson team is pictured on the right in this Journal photo m*d the Biley team on the left. After Loss To Southside, Kamilche Win Mt. View Retains Slight Twilight League Edge TWILIGHT LITTLE LEAGUE extra base hit for Mr. View, a A Standings W L Mt. View .............................. 7 2 Southside .............................. 6 2 Hillcrest ................................ 6 2 Matlock .................................. 1 7 Kamilche .............................. 1 7 Lttest Results Southside 7, Mr. View 3 Hillcrest 5, Matlock 4 Mt. View 39, Kamilche 4 Mt. View 7, Eima (practice) Southside tipped Mt. View 7-3 Thursday, but the Tigers came back Monday to swamp Kamilche 39-4 and hold a slim lead in the Twilight Little League A stand- double. The big inning also brought vic- tory to Hillcrest over Matlock. The hill toppers were behind 3-2 go- ing into the sixth frame, but ral- lied for three runs then .cut off a Matlock attack in the seventh after one run and saved a tight one 5-4. THREE MATLOCK errors in the sixth aided the Hillcrest cause as Richard Loving, Kelly Mastel- ler and Tom Fredson plated. Fred- son had three hits for the winners. Loving two and K. Masteller two. Dave Stodden had two singles for Matlocl. ings solely on more games played. Mr. View held a slight lead of KaeaJaad "'-ae.m 3-2 in the Southside tilt until  .,I the Southsiders blasted off for Donaldson Jumor five runs in the seventh inning. BUTCH BOWMAN, the winning pitcher, fanned 15 Mt. View bat- ters, while limiting the losers to four hits. Bowman and Southside's Mike Carper headed all swatters wih two hits apiece, all singles. Carper singled in two runs in the big Southside seventh. Reid Preppernau had the only Merchanls Win Two Loop ,Games Over MoGleaff, Mercury Shelton's Merchants kept a tight hold on second place in the Olym- pia Class A Fastball League with wins over the Mercury Maraud- ers 7-0 Thursday and McCleary SRA 6-3 Monday. The Olympia Brewers are first with an 11-2 record to Shelton's 9-4 mark. THE MERCHANTS played two other practice games during the week spitting with King's Tavern Tennis Ghampions Ken Kneeland and Sherry Jef- fery in the junmr men's and girls' divisions respectively reign as champions of the second annual summer recreation tennis tourna- ment which finished Saturaay. Jan Donaldson took the boys' crown by downing Chuck Gryt- ness 8-6, 6-3. in the singles final. KNEELAND defeated Bob Ben- nett 6-0, 6-1 to take the singles title. Kneeland coupled with his younger brother Bill to take the junior men's doubles championship by defeating Bennett and Mike McNeil 6-2, 6-2 in the finals. Miss Jeffery stopped Linda Bar- rington 6-0. 8-6 in the girls' singles final, Miss Barrington and Kar- en Fredermkson came back ag- ainst Miss Jeff cry and Eriea Johnson to win the girls' doubles title. 6-1. 2-6 6-4. GRYTNESS teamed with Gregg Frederickson for the boys' dou- bles championship defeating Don- aldson and Gary Frederickson 9-7, of Seattle by identical 3-2 scores 6-4. in getting ready for the District 8 Men's Softball tournament in Olympia beginning August 9. Shel- ton faces off with McCleary SRA in the first morning round. The winner will play the winner of the Cammarano - Rayniers - Olympia Merchant game that evening. The lead-off batter for Mercury spoiled Mutt's chance for a no- hitter and possibly a perfect game when he singled in the first in- ning. Mutt retired the next 21 men to face him in the seven-in- ning tilt. MERCHANT SECOND-sacker Ray Manke aided Mutt's hurling effort with four hits including a double in as many times at bat while scoring two runs. Chub Mutt homered for the win- ners in the fifth frame. Shelton scored three runs in the second inning of the McCleary con- test on a walk to Garth Getty and then consecutive singles by Don Brown, Ray Manke ,and Dal- las Vestal to go ahead 3-2. Chub Mutt singled home Getty in the third for a 3-3 tie-breaker, then repeated with another single in the seventh to drive home Ves- tal and Dave Swearingen to ice the game away. IcCleary had scored one run in the bottom of the second. Bill Mutt got the win. The short scores: r h e Shelton 003 121 0--7 9 0 Mercffry 000 000 0---O 1 7 Batt6ries: B. Mutt and Swear- ingen; Mort and Elliot. r h e Sheiton 031 OO0 2'--6 7 1 McCleary 210 000 0--3 4 2 Batteries: B, Mutt and Swear- ingcn; Morgan and Hamilton. SECOND GAME Lyga ef 4 2 1 ] Shelton ah r h Olympia ah r h  Kimbel ss 3 1 2 Ford 3b 4 0 0 ' M.Shcedy If 2 0 0 Fast rf-p-lb 4 3 2 D.Sheedy If 1 1 0 Fou,'relf 2 1 01 Snyder3b 4 0 1 Meyer If 0 0 0l Sloan p 4 0 I. Bolton c 3 1 0 I LaBmHercef 3 0 2 Gilchrist 2b 3 0 0' Wingard2b 3 0 0 Backmanss 3 0 1 I Richardscf 3 0 0 Hauntzlb-p 3 0 0 Landis lh 2 ] 0' Ldgrwdp-rf 3 O 1 ] Robertsonrf 3 0 0 Rich rf 0 0 0 ! Totals 283 6 Totals 29 7 5 1 SCORE BY INNING, Olympia 4 0 1 0 2 0 0--7 hits 3 0 0 1 1 0 05 Shelton 0 0 0 0 1 0 2--3 hits 0 I 0 I 1 1 2---6 SUMMARY -- 3b-Sloan. 2b-Fast. RBI-Snydc,'. Beckman 2. Fast. Bol- hm. Gilchrist. SB-Baekman. LaBis* sonicre. E-Fast. Backman. HauntZ, Landis. Robertson. Snydcr. IP-Led- gerwood 4. Fast 2. RRF-Sloan 4. SO- Sloan 5. Ledgerwood 4. Fast 3. Hauntz 1. BB-Lcdgerwood I. Fast 2. HB- Fourrc by Sloan. Winner-Ledgerwood. Loser-Sloan. hrF-Ledgerwood 1. Fast 1. Hauntz 1 Sloan 1. LOB-Sheltm} 7, Olympia 2. The tournament was conducted as the final phase of the summer tennis program under Wally Eigenman, The results: JUNIOR MEN'S SINGLES First Round: Ken Kneeland. byc; Mike McNeil def. Chuck Grytness 6-4: Jan Donaldson def. Mike Sergeant 6-0; Ray Barington, bye: Dan Bar- ronl. hye: Bill Kneeland def. Jim Bennett 6-0: Bob Bennett "def. Mark Schmidt 6-0; Dave Winn bye.., Qnarter Finals: Ken Kneeland def. McNeil 6-0: Donaldson def. Barrington 6-0; Bill Kneeland def. Barrom 8-6: B. Bennett (won by default). Semi-finals: K. Kneeland def. Don- aldson 6-2: B. Bennett def. B. Knee- land I1-9. Finals: K. Kneeland def. BI Ben- nett 6-0, 6-1. JUNIOR MEN'S DOUBLES Finals: Bill Knecland-Ken Kneeland def. B. Bennett-McNeil 6-2, 6-2. BOYS' SINGLES Firs't Round: Frank Kuhr def. Fred Well 6-1. Quarter Finals: Chuck Grytness def. Sid Harrick 6-0; Gary Frederickson def. Kuhr 6-0: Gregg Frederickson (won by default); Jan Donaldson def. 3ohn Tylzak 6-0. Semi-finals : Grytncss def. Gary Frederickson 6-1 : Donaldson def. Gregg Frederickson 6-4. Finals: Donaldson def. Grytness 8-6. 6-3. BOYS' DOUBLES Finals: Grytness-Gregg Frcderickson def. Donaldson-Gary Frederickson 9-7, 6-4. GIRLg, SIN(tLES First Roond: Sherry Jeff cry, bye; Pat McNeil dcf. Barbara Johnscn 6-3; Jeanne Osborne def. Meridcc Ander- son 6-3; Liuda Barrom (won by de- fault): Judy Antonsen def. Wendy Chase 6-3; Karen Frederickson def. Francis Rice 6-0; Eriea Johnson (won by default): Shark Graver (won by defaultS; Sandy Graver def. Carol Stuart 6-4: Sonja Ahlquist def. Cheryl Scott 6-1; Cin(iy Rcmsberg def. Karol Mann 6-0: Sandy Stcensen 4el. Vicky Valley 6-3: Andrea Brown (won by default): Linda Ba,','ington, bye. Second B,und: Jeffc,'y def. McNeil 6-0: bar,'om def. Osborne 6-0: Anton- sen (won by de]ault): Frederickson def. S. Johnson 6-1: E. Johnson def. Graver 6-2: Ahlquist def. Graver 6-1; I.polsl)el'g def. Ste nscn 6-3: Barring- ton def. Alldrea ]3rown 6-0. Quarter Finals: Jeff cry def. Ba,','om 6-1 : Frederickson def. Antonsen 6-1: Ahlquist def. E Johns(m 6-2: Bar- ringhm def. Cindy Remsberg 6-J Semi-finals: Jeffcry def. Frederick- son 7-5: I2arrington def Ahlquist 6-4. Finals : Sherry Jel [ery def. Linda Ahlquist-Gruver 6-2: Barrington-Fred- Barrington 6-0. 8-6. GIRLs' DO'BLES Semi-fint]s: Jeffery-E. Johnson def. crickson def. S. Johnson-Barrom 6-3. Finals : Linda Barrington-Karen Frederiekson def. Sherry Jeffery-Erica Johnson 6-1, 2-6, 6-4. Mr. View must have been un- happy with its loss to Southside for the Tigers never ie up on hapless Kamilche. Mr. View swing- ers lashed out 18 hits while two pitchers, Scott Swisher and Tom Marshall. held Kamilche to four hits. The winners' Bob Bryant com- pleted the hitting circuit slam- ming a home run. triple, double and two singles. Eddie Dawson had a homer and a single, while Swish- er and Jan Donaldson each got three safe blows for Mr. View. Kamilche's Dennis Renecker hit a double. The short scores: SNYDER SNARES FIRST $CUTTUN00 Brian Snyder, on whom Lady Luck has cast few glances this summer, finally picked ap his first pitching victory for Shelton's Am- erican Legion junior baseball club Thursday night. It took him only two innings to do it. after more than 50 in- nings of previous striving. Snyder relieved Bill Sloan, who came up with a lame arm after five innings, and gained credit for a 6-4 triumph over the Skokomish Indians on Loop Field when the Jay-ells banged two runs across the plate in the sixth. It was the second success in a week for the Legion kids over the more experienced Skokomish athletes and followed just one day after a similar triumph over the veteran MeCleary Town Team. SNYDER TOOK--the slab with the score squared at 4-4 and dem- onstrated he had his stuff by strik- ing out the side in the top of the sixth, giving a walk in the process. In the bottom half he aided the victory rally by drawing a walk off Tom Gouley with the bases full. Earlier in the inning Tim Rose doubled against the center- field stands and scored on Ter- ry Kadoun's single. Two other Jay- ell runners were cut down at the plate by Skokomish.. Snyder then set tle No. 3. 4 and 5 swingers in the Skokomish bat- ting order down on a strikeout, pop-up and tap back to the mound in the top of the seventh, so pitch- ed to seven hitters in his two- inning victory stint. SLOAN PULLED a muscle in his arm during a 3-run Skokomish burst in the fifth during which Rick Miller singled home one run and Tom Gouley the other pair. An error had started the parade. A Skokomish marker in the first was unearned, coming on Robert Miller's single, steal, an error, and a passed ball. Shelton tied it similarly in the fourth on Sloan's single, a walk to Jim Richards, an infield bobble. and a wild pitch. Coming from r h e behind again, after the 3-run Sko- Mt. View 010 200 0- 3 3 1 ..... Southside o00 110 6 . n Tip Batteries: Samples, Marshall, Liltle oston s. SC. Swisher and Donaldson; Bow- m| man and Shuffenhauer. Skoko,,,,sh 16-14 r It e Matlock 012 000 -- In Sunday Slugfest Hillcrest 100 103 x--5 x Swatters had a field day Sun- day "rapping out 23 safe blows in nine innings, but when the dust had cleared Skokomish found it- self a couple of runs shy as Little Boston eked out a 16-14 decision in Puget Sound Inltian League baseball play. Skokomish outhit Little Boston 13-10. but committed 11 errors afield to six for Boston which made up the difference. SKOKOMISH JUMPED off to a 3-0 advantage in the second in- ning. Ned Miller singled and scored on Doug LaClair's double. Another two-bagger by Robert Miller plat- ed LaClair then a miscue by the Boston shortstop brought across Robert. Skokomish added another trio of runs in the top of the third. Tom Gouley singled, Alex Gouley got aboard on a bobble then Ned Miller powered a tremendous round-tripper which cleaned the sacks. Boston retalliated with six runs of its own in the bottmn half of the same frame. The home run kick must have caught on as L. Tom unloaded a two-run blow to start the rally. A double, three Skokomish miscues, a wild pitch and three outs 1/ter Boston had four more runs. BOSTON CAME UP with four more runs in the sixth on four hits, but Skokomish rallied back Batteries: Stodden and Clark; B. Masteller, T. Fredson and K. Mas- teller. r h e Mt. V /12 (10)0 392 3 39 28 1 Kam. 0 i 1 002 x--- 4 4 7 Batteries: Sc. Swisher. Marshall snd Donaldson; Clary, Bloomfield, D. Renecker and D. Renecker, Ray. TWILIGHT LITTLE LEAGUE B Standings W L Mt. View .............................. 9 1 Hillcrest ............................... 8 3 Skokomish ............................ 4 6 Southside .............................. 3 7 Matfock .................................. 2 9 Latest Results Mt. View 4. Skokomish 2 Mt. View 10, McCleary 5 pactice ) Mr. View 8, Brinnon 2 (prac.) MclHELLY RETURNED AS BPM PRESIDEHT L. L. McInelly, proprietor of Shelton's Timber Bowl, was re- elected to his third term as pres- ident of the Bowling Proprietors Association Zone 1 (southwest Washington from Mason-Thurston counties south to the Columbia River and west of the Cascades} at a meeting in Longview Satur- day. for three in the seventh behind Fellow officers include Clarence Robert Miller's circuit blast after Palet, Crosley Bow[, Vancouver: Ben Twitty had walked and La- and Tex Block, Harbor Lanes, He- Clair hit another double. quiam; as vice-president and sec- Solo Boston runs in the seventh and eighth panels finished Sko- komish. LaClair and Ned and Robert Miller led all Skokomish hitters with three each. The Millers each had homers while LaClair slammed a triple and two doubles. the Skok. 033 210 410---14 13 11 Li Bos. 006 224 llx--16 10 6 Batteries: LaClair, C. Frank and Robt. Miller; B. Tom, B. George, Sullivan and R. Fulton, B. Tom. /-etary-treasurer respectively. One of the principal actions of the group was approval of a plan to sponsor five scholarships w,th- in the zone (one from each of five intra-zone districts one of which would be for Mason and Thurston counties). The scholarships would be av- ailable to junior bowlers who have participated in the junior leagues for at least three years on the basis of attendance, ability, and scholarship records. komish fifth, it with three same frame and Mike had three in dis was safe on the bags, infield re!cad the m force in checked in on a The box score: SliCK. . ab r h ] Rb Miller ss 2 1 1 Mel Smith ss .2,1,0 Ray Johns If 3 1 0 Rk Miller cf 4 1 2 T Gouley 3i)-p 3 0 2 Bhnfield 2b 4 0 1 Alb Gouley c 2 0 0 c 1 0 0 P.Peterson Goodwin lb 2 0 0 Alx Gouley lh 1 0 0 N Miller rf 2 0 0 Davis rf 1 0 0 R.Peterson P 2 0 1 Frank p-3b 0 0 0 Totals 29 4 7 sCOI Skokomlsh hits Shelton hits SUMMARY RBI-Snyder 2. Kadoun, Rick Peterson 3, erson 0. Sloan 2. Snyder 0. Sloan 2. snyder HB-RichardS Snyder 1. Fran Snyder. Robert Gouley, Ben l DP-Frank ish 7. Shelton dy. 11th TIM H in the first erican tallied relief over Field It season for which Ros, avenged in by darkness to the rival, whJ til after IT WAS o'clock made a centerfield of a triple the sixth a hopes to victorY. 9th and the The come onto inning across Towle stored just two one being on Norrfl the Not acle two sleep Bissoniere Ahead of the first Ra,ymond Iyall ss 0 Gelding 210 BetrozOff 3 1 rf-C 3 1 Benson cf-P 3 l HasU 3b I 1 ClapslaW c 1 0 Bridges rf 3 i Brown p-lf  0 Evans lb BcatiieU 3 0 ll'-cf Raynw]d iits ShcLlol lzLs WINNERS AND RUNNERS-UP--Trophies were presented to the winner and runners-up in the summer recreation junior tennis tour- nament Saturday by Instructor Wally Eigenman. They include front from L. to R. Gregg Frederickson, boys' doubles champ; Bill Kneeland. junigr men's doubles champion; Gary Frcderickson. boys' doubles runner-up; (second). Karen Frederickson, girls' dou- bles champ; Linda Barrington, girls' doubles champ and singles runner-up; Sherry Jeffery, girls' singles champ and doubles runner-up; Erica, Johnson, girls' doubles runner-up; (back) Mike McNeil, junior men's ooubles runner-up; Bob Bennett, junior men's singles and doubles runner-up, and Ken Kneeland, junior men's singles and doubles champ. Not available for picture were Chuck Grytness, boys' doibles champ and singles runner-up, and Jan Donaldson, boys' singles champ and doubles runner-up. Flisson lel'e' iP.ToWle fcllsOn BroWn 5. er.BroWn'