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August 19, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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O O Shelton's Highclimbers begin the 1 97 1 football season on Tuesday, August 24 with a team meeting and issuing of equipment in the morning followed by a picture-taking session in the afternoon• Turnouts begin on Wednesday, August 25 with two-a-day planned for the first five weekdays. The annual Red-Black intrasquad scrimmage is tentatively set for Friday evening, September 5, at Loop Field. Shelton's opening game of the season marks a couple of firsts for the Climbers. It will be the first time they have played outside the country, and the first time they have played on artificial turf. The Climbers will travel to Vancouver, B.C., to meet Vancouver College in Empire Stadium Saturday, September 11 at 2:00 p.m. Empire Stadium, which seats 33,000, is the home of the professional B. C. Lions, Simon Fraser University and hosts the Vancouver Metro League since being converted to Tartan turf in 1970. The Highclimber coaching staff, comprised of Head Coach Jack Stark and assistants Bill Brickert, Ran Ellis, Paul Johansson and Mike Sims, will greet the following returning senior two-year lettermen starters: Neal White, 5'7" 155 pound quarterback and cornerback; Mark Wittenberg, 5'1 1'" 170 pound guard and linebacker; Tom Brigham, 6'5" 202 pound tight end and defensive end; Bill Gray, 6'2" 220 pound defensive tackle; Don Neth, 5'11" 190 pound fullback; Tracy Armstrong, 6'0" 158 pound defensive halfback; and Mike Sheetz, 6'0" 195 pound offensive tackle. One year senior lettermen back are Rob Settle, 6'1" 165 pound halfback and linebacker and Shane Brooks, 6'2" 200 pound defensive end~ Returning junior starters will be: Terry Knight, 5'9" 153 pound defensive halfback; Doug Long, 5'11" 165 pound cornerback and Brad Oling, 5'9" 170 pound defensive tackle. Other lettermen include senior Dean Medcalf, and juniors Ray Krumpols, Duane Makoviney, Pat Robinson, Bob Crume and Brian Grinnell. The Climbers will have lettermen returning at every position except center and linebacker. Up from the jayvees with a good chance to play with the varsity are seniors Jack Carlson, Curt Hunter, Kevin Wilson, Mike Nutt, Randy Endicott and Ken Shank. Shelton will open its home season September 24, meeting Timberline on Loop Field• The league season opens October 1 against the North Thurston Rams on Loop Field. Hunters are reminded that this fall a $2 Upland Bird Permit will be required to l~unt for pheasant, quail or partridge• Monies derived from sale of upland bird hunting permits will be directed back into the State game bird program. This includes both game farm operations and cost of administering the Feel Free to tlunt program. Winters such as the last two in the Chelan-Okanogan country resulted in an extensive winter-kill of quail and chukar. Several thousand chukars at several game farms are raised each year to provide insurance broodstock for such disaster areas. Likewise, surplus quail are trapped each winter in areas where no hunting is allowed and released at a more favorable time in habitat where winterer-kill has removed broodstock. Each year approximately 90,000 pheasants are released statewide. These sporty game birds cost about $3.00 to raise and release in the field. In Appli ati The initial return on thehead' C ons count of horses and ponies being For Deer conducted by the Cooperative Extension Service gave a total of D SO 124,407 in the state reports Dr. ue on Roy ttostetler, Extension ..... v~terin~ria~, WashA~ton Stat~, ~'~ STY%" ~mle ~ ~ ~'~ ~ ~rslW.~ ....... + ....... ' ' L~eparsment Officials reminded hunters today "This compares with a total that application deadline lbr antlerless deer permits is 4:30 p.m., Thursday, September 2. Deadline for cow elk applications is 4:30 p.m., Thursday, September 16. Hunters are reminded that it is unlawful for any person who drew an elk permit the previous year to apply for the next two succeeding years• Any person applying for an elk permit during the period of ineligibility will be automatically disqualified for an additional two years. There are no restrictions applying for successive antlerless deer permits. Application for an individual permit is made on the form attached to deer and elk tags. Applications may be hand delivered to any Game Department Regional Office or mailed directly to the Olympia main office at 600 North Capitol Way, Olympia, Washington 98504. of 29,942 in the state in 1964 as reported by the counties to the State Department of Agriculture," says Dr: Hostetler. "ltence, the new Extension count is 94,465 head more than the 1964 figure and is vital for the U. S. Department of Agriculture to know in order to stock pile enough vaccine in case it is needed for an effective vaccination control program at some future date." Where are most of the horses and ponies in Washington? "As you might expect, the horse population is where the people population is located," reveals Dr. Hostetler. For example, King, Pierce, Snohomish and Yakima counties each report about 8,000 head of horses. Spokane and Franklin counties each report about 5,000 head. Then, Wahkiakum, Ferry and Jefferson counties report from 200 to 500 head each. Any horse owner who has not Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton - 426-4411 Stamlard Oil Company of California Cushman To Host Boat races sponsored by the Chine Riders will take place at Cushman this Sunday. Starting at noon, 22 heats in 11 different classes will be run. Ten stock classes and one outboard class are set up. The races will be in the area of the resort. addition, game farms annually raise 10,000 partridge, plus several thousand experimental exotics such as Chilean Tinamou, White-Crested Kalij, Reeves pheasant and Francolin grouse. Upland Bird Permits are now available at all license dealers. A permit is not required to hunt dove, band-tailed pigeon, wild turkey, or any of the grouse species. reported the number he owns should still call his county Extension office as a revised count will be made next week to U..S.D.A. says Dr. Hostetler. He says many people are not clear that we are now faced with a rre'w kind of sleepimg ~ickne~ in~ horses in the U. S. We have vaccinated for existing strains, but that vaccine is not effective against the new Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis (VEE) which has moved into Texas from Mexico this year and has prompted a vaccination program in the southern tier of states from Florida to California. Firearms ilass Firearms Safety classes will run for three days next week for ten to 18 year olds at the Shelton Nimrod Club with Tom Ogden instructing. The Nimrod Hall is located at the corner of Cascade and Summit Drive. Classes will last from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. on August 23, 24 and 25. Students must attend all three days to complete the class• Youngsters must have taken the class before they can hunt. Hold Meeting August 27 at 7:30 p.m. in the P.U.D. auditorium, the Shelton Women's Bowling Association will hold its fall meeting. All women bowlers are urged to attend the meeting because the date of the city tournament will be discussed. The bowlers will also decide the time and location of the tourney. In order to make RODEO GOERS at the Mason County Fair this weekend will see the broncs and bulls try to shake their riders loose. The rodeo is a new attraction at the Fair this year. Performances have been scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon and Sunday afternoon in an arena which has been constructed on the site of the race track ajacent to the main Fair Grounds. OO II lose The State Game Department announced today that certain roads on all large Wildlife Recreation Areas, commonly used adequately posted at their entrance, and further information will be available at the Wildlife Fraternal Captains and dirty Officers Meeting standard 8 p.m., Timber Bowl Recreation Area Headquarters. Page I0 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, August 19, 1971 O Alex Toney For Appointment Call Have your repairs made NOW, I t BEFORE the seasonal rushl I Phone 426-2501 • qllb. ,glum..,ram..llUt~. O ,~U)., .~mm... O ,,into,. ,,,mnn,~. ,,tim. ,,a~n). ,,~IB~. 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