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8, ]963. 9HELTON--MASON COUNTY 30URNAL-- Published in "Ch, ristmastowh U.S.A." Shelton, Washington Tilt Tonight , SOUTHSIDE TIE FOR LEAD LEAGUE View scored 40 runs in its two 9 2 9 2 7 4 1 9 1 10 l Result.u illerest 2 1 6 0 3 S(&apos;he(hde thside (tonight) IMonday) Crest , Wednesday) of lopsided edged in to tie A Lea- set the stage till. on Corer ay) at 6 Samples handcuffed Matlock with only two hits while stomping Matlock 23-1 earlier in the week. He fanned 10. Ed Dawson slammed three-run homer for Mt. View in the fom'th inning. Bob Bryant had three hits for the winners in- games to its opponents 1 whlle Southside scored 58 runs in three games to 11 for its opposition. Winning flinger Butch Bowman registered 11 strike outs in South- side's conquest of Hillcrest. South- sider Dave Puhn supported Boxw man's pitching efforts with three hits in four appearances at the dish. while Bowman himself got two hits in four times up. Tom Fredson had two of Hillcrest's five hits. KAMILCHE GOT to Southside pitcher Mike Carper for four runs in the top of the first frame, but then ran out of gas as Southside pounded away for a 16-6 victory. Carper led Southside batters with four hits including two doubles and Jack Shuffenhauer hit a dou ble and two singles. Every Southside player hit safe- cluding a double. The short scores: r h e Southside 002 0(12)1 0 15 7 3 Hillcrest 000 001 0 2 5 8 Batteries: Bowman and Shuf- fenhauer; B. Masteller. T. Fred- son. K. Masteller. r h e Kamilche 400 011 0 6 6 3 Southside 30, 10 201 xl6 11 1 Southside 3010) 201 xl6 11 1 and Renecker. Ray. Carper, B. Jackson and Buckley. r h e Southside 037 32(]2) x 27 18 2 Matlock 230 00x x 5 3 12 "TIGER TOO"--This 225-cubic inch cabovec hydro, designed by Ron Jones, Shelton, set" a new world's limited record of 81.521 miles-per-hour on Seattle's Green Lake Sunday. Jones designed PAGE 7 BENNETT PIGEO00 TOPS SALEM TEST A silver cock elltel'(l bv .Tim Bennett trimlphed in I-tic Shelton Hoeing Pigeon Chlb's fo[llth yollug bird face orig'inathg item SIIIt,D1. Ore. Sunday. Bennett's winning biFd \\;v:s l i- ed ill 1098.841 yards pcf hlinlllO over n 155024 mile c)urse. THI]I{Iq %VEI{E ONLY 53 birds fronl five lofts repres,u;cd in tile race, Paul Bigley. v,'h( entered 19 birds, picked up a second wilh his blue hen. and fourth wilh his blue cock. They were timed in 1025.,929 and 927.399 ypm t'esp,,cth'el::. Dick Giles' silver cock \\;v:ts lhh'd in 945.278 ypm. There wad no re- porl from two other lofts. I{OIVIA','R TO :IIET and built Tiger Too for Harry :Men's Simpson Lca-ue b(\\;vlel's Schneider, Pale Alto, Calif. will meer August 1;5 at 7:a0 pro. its owner and driver in the pic- t.t the Simpson Building. ly in its 27-3 win over Matlock. Batteries: B. ,Iackson, and Hart- =--====="""w"vw==t=="*"a="=========n==mp"=tt'''t'="'=nn=='"=tN=" ture. The 171/2 foot hydro is ears were shoe- Bo\\;vman amassed four hits and weU; Valley, Stodden, Buchanen   _ powered by Ford. Desigmng and of the title race scored six runs and Steve DeMiero and Chappll.   I . building boats is a hobby Jone's "0 m games the hmes for the winners. Mt. View 010 3 7 10 0 11'%1 ITr//'IBC spare time. He is an engineer for .11 lr MT. VIEW'S ,Roger Samples Hillcrest 000 000 0 3 0 ]rl  tJLJ|LlJtJi& -I Mutual Valle Construction Co. at -B'V , ' VIEW or Nouth- twirled a three-hit shutout over Batteries: Samples and Sc Swi- r,lIklPl_L.] m "" = " -=-I the Correction Center near Shel- Lances with the Hillcrest Monday while hls mates sher; B. Masteller, T. Predson, Dan ] =1 ton. Jones also redesigned and  =_. __ l___=__ ring the chain- g'athered 10 hits and 17 runs. Scott.. Barrom and K. Masteller. ,,l/  rebuilt the sponsons on the un- LIVP. ||Jfl its grasp. Mt. Swisher" smashed two round-trip- r h e t' IN MASON COUNTY il limited hydro Miss Bardahl be- = w .== ____ pers and samples a homer and two Mt. View 637 304 23 14 0  _ fore she won the Gold Cup . l me -- I singles for Mt. View. Ervin Her- Matlock 000 001 i 2 4 mlllllu=mlmm,.,m,mlmmm,,mm,,mmmw,,,muumaummlmuullHumm=] Race in Detroit last month. Miss e|ll u .. ill [ '@ " I roll got the only extra base blow Miss Bardahl set lap, heat and lllMgl /11= g Stodden and Chappel,. T'It';;)%,,IS ;ct: e[g"Buonmno, (g:8 chink; race speed records at Detro,t. .  |  [ for Hillcrest, a double. Batteries: Samples and Swisher; ............. e 18 10 kin- Hoods ' :IIEliT ................. lil IIlll=lllll? ........ llllllrlrl ........... l]P,.t,t r "galmon. by the dozens" were re- Wayne. Clark,. Tacoma, 4-0 hnnlhmnpy'," [ 9:00 p,m, l0 2 a=m, ......... ported caught out of Hood Canal Bill Trine, Tacoma, 4-8 1). [ Good nutrition .--including trace " v mat a ranumgs . , o " Bill W L during the past week. Matt Van Laanen, 10-0 king; t mineralized salt - can add -years Members Only s te ,- _ '| Ruth Heuston took" top he ors Mt View 11 1 Two young brothers stole the Fieber, 5-8 humpy, and Nancy[ of productivity to the life span of ' It 'ent D,c.- un and ] in ladies' play for putts Tuesday Hii'lcrest 9 3 spotlight from the "old pros" by Higgens, Calif., 5-0 humpy. Clark [ a herd bull. " ,, ezevision [ on the Bajshore Golf Course. Skokomish 6 6 boating two of the largest salmon also had a 6-8 humpy Friday along ] Am...m! ss|Ons [ Ann Correa won a women's play Southside 3 9 reported, off the month of the with George's 4-12 fmlnpv.  [ 'R|" [ flag tournament July30. Hamlr/a Hannna River Saturday and unaay tarv tsusacl 15,  " "  Latest Results " - . . ' . Hoodsoort way with reportei sco-[ ---imv I In men's play Homer Woodard, == Mr. Vmw 12, Hfllcrest 9 ............ 1 ^ ^ res froln Bob Mlnty. 4-0, humpy, [ PROFITABLE TRIP -- K e n E00RIn / a member from Port Orchard, " " " hooked a 19-0 king Saulraay and - . M nls Drotner beott, II, naa an  u --H= | joined the hole-in-one fraternity t. View 10 Southside 2 . - %. E. Smith, 3-0 humpy; Hub l 42 with an ace on the seventh hole 6-6602 [ " , '. , . . unday. \\;oodard, 3-0, 3-8 and 4-0 humpies; [ Rose, Route I, Shelton, daughter [ Mt. View's B League Tigers THE BOYS were fishing with Charles Minnard, 5-12 and 6-4 I Marth't and son Tim made a ] ;  wrapped up the Twilight Little their father BillBusaek and Paul humpies; Berta MeKiel' 6-4 andl prfitable fishing trip t the I League championship during the Hinton. Hinton caught a 7-0 sil- 4-4 humpies; Joe McKiel, 5-0 ehinkI Hoh River over the weekend. ] I past week by downing Hillerest ver Saturday. . and 3-4 blackmouth; Glenn Hawk, I Their 22-fish catch featured a I RAYS HARBOR Other re orted Sunday fmh went 7 8 hum and Mzck Keenan 13 Ul tp i t112-9 and finishing up with Souti- P - PY, " , " I variety including a steelhead, ] , side 10-2. to Hank Boysen, 14-0 king,. Union; 0 king, Union. ] two humpies, 18 rainbow and a l A g league title-holders the Ti- John Swanson, two humpms, Un- Thnrsday successes were record- I dolly varden. Tim is pictured I l 'ers will host the best olaver ion; Roy Asleson 4-8 humpy ed ()tit of Hoodsport b Mrs Jim  ff , , . , _ _ s ' ' Y ' er non-fishing sister Janice. [ from Hillcrest Skokomish South- Hoodsport and Harvey Greenwood Schumate 7-0 humpv' A] Hart-] witch the fish along with anoth- ] side and Matlocr in the annual 7-0 silver, I-Ioodsport. Asleson had n]an, 3-8 hunpy; Ben Barber, [ (photo by Ver!s Sport Shop) ] FAIR ; all-star game On L0p Field Fri- a limit variety Of a 6-0 slVer''7-0 4-0 chink; Rusty RhOdes' 7-0 .  !! ' [ day at 6 pm - humpy and 11-5 king baturuay, chink, .rod three fish to 5-0 for| OLYMPIC NATIONAL [  Jl , All-star coaches are Joe Bour- Boyson also had a 4-8 humpy Sa- Ralph Hilligoss. Mrs. Shumate had] FOREST [ gault and Alex Kuhr. Tiger coa-Iturday a 7-0 blackmouth the day before. / RECREATION REPORT I ]ches are Ray Densley and Glen More Saturday salmon all out The report was completed by J.] Shelton Ranger District: [ " Parr. 'of Hoodsport were hauled in by E. Jarver's 5-0 silver near Hoods- The high steel bridge on the[ / -- port and Bill Rutherfm'd's 8-0] Skokomish River is 73 per cent I WEEK i .SIOa ........... hnmpy. Both fish were caught| complete as of August 1- CaIp-, ] n, nee(ly, wlngar(1, wagner Monday. [ grounds are receiving moderate] Legionnaires To Lose 0nly Four Skokonlish is sLill reporLea, use. Fishing on the south fork ot < good. Fire caused apparently by /For 1964 Baseball Campaign logging operation burned o9 acres .. .. August 3. Wvnooehee trails above " Wynoochee 15alls campground has !iii!i!::i::! :,:: ..................... :*':9!!i!}i!ii{!i[ii SCHEDULE not been maintained. Skokomish "61 ii Shelton American Legion junior [%Vingard 28 88 10 21 9 .239 the park boundary. baseball squad will be lost through ] Coehran 8 30 3 7 1 .283 Hoodsport Ranger District " age-eligibility for next year's cam- LaBiss(miere 28 8.3 6 19 12 .229 All roads are open and in good - elect Your Favorite Entertainment"  paign. " Richards 26 65 5 14 7 .215 condition. All campgrounds are in :IAYS HARBO AIR HAs  excellent condition. All trails are MERCURY ; R F IT! " Among the returneses are leading Kadoun 20 3,1 6 7 2 :b6 open. Improvement Work is con: bitter Brian Snyder and leading Landis 23 63 9 12 4 .190 tinuing on Mt. Jupiter Lrail. Most pitcher Tim Rose. Snyder, with Densley 5 6 1 1 I 167 of Lhe h)wer elevation lakes are two years of eligibility remaining, T. Sheedy 14 23 I 3 2 131 usi 15-7:30 p,m, er 12 Free to Grounds all day) Auto Destruction Derby 16-2:00 p.m. d Show) ]Bee Show Revue g, Augusl 16- 4-H & FFA Cattle Parade Wrestling Augusl 17-2:00 p,m, of PoIack Bros. Circus Augusl 17-8:00 p.m. Evening Show by Polack S 18-12:30 p.m. r 12 Free to Grounds all day) Dairy Parade del (1961-1963) Car Portland Steer Auction 18-8:00 p.m. r 12 Admitted Free) Star, Brakeman Bill" Entertaining Variety Show eramble Fireworks Display 3 t m 3 =: SEE IT ALL AT THE 1963 FAIR 15-16-17-18 i SAVE THIS SCHEDULE swung his bat for a .340 average this year to lead all regulars, while Rose, a lefthander, headed the pitching staff with a 5-and-1 re- cord. The depalting squad members include Bill SIoan, who was second to Snyder in batting at .310 and had the best earned run average among the pitchers at 2.82 as well as pitching the most innings at 77 2/3 with a won-lost record of 3-and-7; infielder Tom Wingard and outfielders A1 Wagner and Mike Sheedy. PLAYING IN ALL 31 games on this year's schedule, Sloan led the batting statistics in five de- partments times at bat 100. l%ins scored 17, runs batted in 19, home runs 2. and total bases 47, Snyder had the most hits at 32, most doubles .at 8, most sacrifices at 3, and was on base more than any other member of the team at 47. In virtually all cases where Slo- an led Snyder was second and where Snyder led Sloan was sec- ond. Sioan also led the batters in another category, most strikeouts at 25. Mike Sheedy drew the most free transportation with 21 trips to first base either on walks or by being hit in the 28 games he played. This gave him third place in total times on base at 35. Terry LaBissonniere led two de- partments with his five triples and seven stolen bases. The batting stats: ca ab r h rbi ave Kimbel 2 6 2 3 0 .500 Snyder 30 94 16 32 13 .340 Miller 1 3 0 1 0 .333 Sloan 31 100 17 31 19 .310 Rose 19 35 8 10 4 .286 Wagner 20 63 7 17 9 .270 Towle 15 18 2 2 1 .111 Bailey 22 44 3 4 0 .091 Powell 16 34 4 3 1 .088 :Robertson 2 3 0 0 0 .000 Getty ] 3 0 0 0 .000 Droseher 2 2 0 0 0 .000 D. Sheedy 1 t 1 0 0 .000 Totals x 867 ]!2 201 89 .232 HR-Sloan2 Kimbel. 3-b LaBissoniere 5, Sloan 3, Rich- ards 1 M. Sheedy 1, Rose 1. 2-bSnyder 8. Sloan 4 Wingard 4. Richards 3, Wagner 2. Rose 1, Cochran 1. Powell 1. SH-Snyder 3. Sloan 2, Cochran 2. LaBissoniere 2. Bailey 2. \\;in- gard 2 M. Sheedy 1. Po\\;vell 1. SB-LaBissoniere 7, M. Sheedy 4. Kadoun 3. Landis 2. Richards 2. Wagner 2, Cochran 1. Sloan 1, Snyder 1. Powell I. BB-M. Sheedy 21, Snyder 15. Win- gard 13, Richards 12. Sloan 12, Landis I0, "ragne r 9. Powell 8, Kadoun 8, Rose 7. Towle 6. Bai- ley 5. Densley 5. T. Sheedy 4, LaBissoniere 3, Cochran I, Kim- bel i. .O-Sloan 25. Wing'ard 23, Rich- ards 21. Wagner 20, LaBisson- (ere 20. IV[. Sheedy 17. Snyder 15. Powell 13. Landis 13. Ka- doun 12, Towle 10, Rose 9, Coch- ran 9, Bailey 8. T. Sheedy 6, Densley 4. Robertson 3. Kimbel 2. Getty 2. Droscher 1. NOTE: These statistics include very player Who appeared even for a single time at bat during the 1963 season. Several were not re- gular members of the squad, either dropping out in the early part of the season or being recruited dur- ing player-shortages at one time or another during the season such as Kimbel. Miller, Densley, Coch- ran, Getty, Droscher and Dan Sheedy }. PITCHING STATISTICS G IP W L SO BB HB WP RRF ERA Rose .................... 11 43 2/3 5 1 39 15" 5 1 24 4,9, Sloan .................... 15 77 2/3 3 7 64 22 5 6 25 2.82 Towle .................. 11 32 2/3 2 4 20 13 3 4 20 5.50 Snyder .................. 14 58 2/3 1 7 48 41 3 9 33 5.06 Droscher .............. 2 4 1/3 0 1 5 5 0 0 7 14.34 Wingard .............. 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 9.00 Legend: G-games in which pitched; IP-inning pitched; W-won; L- lost; SO-strikeouts; BB-bases on balls; HB-hit batters; WP-wild pitches; RRF-runs responsible for; ERA-earned runs allowed per nine innings. AMMUNITION SALE Complete Stock of SHOTGUN and RIFLE SHELLS Check the low prices Buy Now for hunting season Immediate Delivery .ChargeSEARSIt on a SearsCATALoGRev:lvingSToAeCo;,]i Evergreen Square RON LeGARDE hooked this four-pound rainbow Sunday at Lake Leland. (photo by Win- gard's Sport Shop) yeiding six-eight inch fish with larger fish being taken on flies. 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