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September 9, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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h TURNOUTS HAVE STARTED for this year's cross country team. Four lettermen return to the squad. Coach Jon Day (with stop watch) says his team will have better depth this season because more runners are turning out. v: e ..... z ( r~s ~ ountry fans will greet a largeJ cross country team this year,a~c,Jding to Coach Jon l)a.~ Ihe loam, awaiting its first meet, which is scheduled for Iq-iday, is larger than last year by about live members. "This larger it?all| glvcs US much more depth" ('each l)ay explained. When asked about his team's chances this year, Coach Day only promised that they would beat last ~,ear's mark of five wins and five losses. Turmmt.~ for the team means between seven and eight miles of workout every day. This figure is soon to be built up to about ten miles a day. Hey, kids! Pick up that at the Friday & Saturday m w -- 0 -- Coach Day feels it is important to provide a change of scene for his runners, so his teams have turned out in places like the Lake Limerick Golf Course and Ocean Shores. Returning lettermen this year number only four. They include Randy Howard, Rich James, Mark Lewis and Mike Hayes. New members listed on the roster are: Steve Baze, Paul Dwyer, Bill Madison, Tom Noreen, Ken O'Dell, Arnold Rodgers, Reg Snellgrove, Vic Strickland, John Teberg and Dan Deffin baugh. Stretch Island Firearm ulations Planned The Mason County Commission Monday agreed to put the same type of firearms restrictions on Stretch Island as are now in force on Harstine Island. The restrictions limit hunting to the use of shot guns. Game Protector Allen Rasmussen appeared at the commission meeting stating after a previous discussion on the request from residents of Stretch Island, he had discussed the matter with Game Department officials and they had agreed to the same type of restrictions as are used on Harstine. The county will have to request the new restrictions. The commission received a request for the county to take over as part of the county road system the roads in Highland Estates and also received a petition from residents of the development for a 20-mile an hour speed limit. The petition stated there are 39 children in the development, and, that high speeds on the roads are dangerous. The commission set a hearing on the request to take over the roads. They stated they would study the speed limit request. THE SATELLITE... does not raise my apprehension one iota. Dwight D. Eisenhower n m 0000 Register today! Boys between 8 and 13 3at 1 on LOOP FIELD Come in and register with your Morn, Dad or guardian. Get your free PP&K Tips Book with pointers from the pros, complete competition details. You can win one of the 18 trophies in our local competition . . . Punt, Pass and Kick your way to the NFL Super Bowl Game in New Orleans! JIM PAULEY'S SIGN UP AT OUR SHOWROOM TODAY! MT. VIEW Ar KNEELAND CENTER 426-8231 w ~- 0000Q Page 10 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, September 9, 1971 Gridd For 'Hi hclimber Ni ht' By JIM KNEELAND tlighclimber night and anticipation of Shelton's first game played outside the United States highlights this year's football news. tiighclimber Night starts at 7 p.m. Thursday night. All boosters of the 'Climbers are urged to come on down and watch coach Stark and his assistants put their men through their paces. The affair starts at 7 p.m. in the Multipurpose room and then moves to the stands at 7:20. The Vancouver game, to be played at Vancouver College (college is the term used for prep schools in Canada) will be the first one Shelton's 'Climbers have ever played out of the U.S. The game came about because Elma, our traditional first game rivals, dropped us from their first game schedule, in favor of Montesano. Scouting reports and game films of Vancouver show it to be a good match for the tlighclimbers. Last year in league play they won two games and lost two, however they lost to a couple of the best teams in Canada. They also lost to Kennedy in international competition. Kennedy finished in first place in their division last year. Advantages, such as spring practices, which are allowed in Canada but not in the U.S., and a larger defensive line than Shelton give Vancouver the opportunity to grab a victory, but Coach Stark is optimistic about the outcome. "They can't be as big and as tough as those North Thurston Rams" he said. No organized charter group from Shelton will attend the game, but many Climber boosters are planning to be in attendance at Empire Stadium when kick-off time comes at around 2 p.m. on Saturday. e Defense was the dominating factor in the intrasquad game played last Saturday, according to Head Coach Jack Stark. "Our defense was good," Stark said, "but our offense still has some timing problems." Wayne Makoviney led the defense with fourteen tackles. Rob Settle and Doug Long both had eight tackles. Six men had six tackles. Rob Settle led in interceptions with three. Terry Knight, Mike Sheetz, Steve Fox and Wayne Alexander all made interceptions. Jack Carlson recovered a fumble while Ace Legault made a tackle in the end zone to score a safety. On offense, Rob Settle ran eight plays for 44 yards to be the games leading rusher Tracy Armstrong and Doug Long were the leading receivers in the game. Tom Brigham scored the game's only touchdown with the extra point scored by Per Nolan. COACH RUTH WILLARD has seven returning lettermen tennis team. This action is from a recent practice session. girls were second in league with a 7-1 mark. Punt, Local boys, ages eight through 13, will soon be loosening up their throwing arms and kicking legs for the 1971 Punt, Pass & Kick competition. The local level of the competition will be held Sunday, October 3, at 1 p.m. on Shelton's Loop Field, under the sponsorship of Jim Pauley's, Inc. Participants compete only against boys their own age. There ........... ~ no entrance fee and no body, contact during competition. No special equipment is needed and participation does not impair a boy's amateur standing. Competition is open to grade and junior high school boys, ages 8 through 13, in the United States. Each entrant must be prepared to furnish legal proof of his age, such as a birth certificate. Seven-year-olds who will reach their eighth birthday by January 16, 1 972, may compete. A 13-year-old boy who becomes 14 on or before January 16, 1972, will not be eligible. Because PP&K finals will be held on January 16, Women P, All women of any age who are interested in playing volley ball for fun and exercise are welcome to join the group meeting each Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in Bordeaux School. The group met throughout the last school year, but discontinued games during the summer. The first get-together of the season will be next Tuesday. No charges are made. 1972, age of entrant at that time determines his PP&K age group. Any boy who misrepresents his actual birthdate or age will be disqualified. Those eligible may register at Jim Pauley's. Scoring is based on accuracy and range with one point added for every foot of punting, passing and kicking distance and a point subtracted for every foot off a center line. Twelve national finalists will compete for the national championships in their age group during the half time of the Super Bowl Game in New Orleans January 16, 1972. Winners will have their names permanently enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Their trophies will be presented by Football Commissioner Pete Rozelle. Wilson Lands Large Fish Kyron Wilson of Shelton placed twentieth in last weekend's Port Angeles Salmon Derby with a fish weighing 11 lbs. 7 oz. Top prize went to an angler with a 34-pound salmon. Bowlers Meet For Swing Shift There will be a meeting for all bowlers, wishing to bowl in the Simpson Swing Shift at the Timber Bowl at 11:00 a.m. Monday, September 13. By JERRY JOHNSEN (;iris' tennis is off to a good start this fall with seven returning lettermen; only one girl was lost to graduation. The returning lettermen are: seniors, Susy Gruver, Val Sparks, Patty Barnett, Dena Stracke, Debbie Witcraft; and junior Nancy Hembroff. Other girls turning out are juniors Barb Brigham, Karen Lamagie; and sophomores: Ann Kamin, Alexis Kuhr, Connie Bennett, Carol Thomson, and Ann Quimby. Mrs. Ruth Willard, tennis coach, said, "This year's team is fairly strong." Last year the girls finished second to Olympia in Black ltills League and Mrs. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Bowling News IIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll HOUSEWIVES Women's Hi Game: Donna Coleman 206 Women's Hi Series: Mary Lou Wicken 538 Standings: Dean's Gun Shop 3-1; Witcraft & Swope Logging 3-1, Phillip's Lake Gals 3-1; Skipper John's 3-1; Whiteys Auto 13ody 3-1; Hood Canal Marina 1-3; Springwater Tavern 1-3; 13 & R Oil 1-3; Manke & Sons 1-3; Balls Food Center 1-3. Philip Lake Gals 3, Barb Hansen 464; Springwater Tavern 1, Iona Visser 470; Hood Canal Marina 1, Emi Pleines 445; Witcraft & Swope Logging 3, Mary Lou Wicken 538; Dean's Gun Shop 3, Donna Coleman 537; Manke & Sons 1, Sally Graham 440; Skipper John's Rest. 3, Margaret Bibbee 464; B & R Oil 1, Nelda Flint 432; Balls Food Center 1, Muriel Mueller 430; Whitey Auto Body 3, Bill Rench 406. Willard believes that they can Th e se defend their position this year. Aberdeen at Mrs. Willard also contends that Olympia, last year's champs, will be Shelton's toughest opponent. Sept. Oct Girls' Tennis 1971-72 9 Aberdeen ....... there 13 North Thurston .. here 16 Centralia ....... there 20 Olympia ........ here 23 Chehalis ........ there 27 Timberline ...... here 30 Hoquiam .......there 4 Elma ..........there 6 Timberline ...... here 8 Sub-District 15 District Model Fliers A meeting to organize a Model Flying Club in the Mason County area has been scheduled for 8 p.m. Sept. 15 at the Cottage Cafe and Hobby Shop. Anyone of any age interested in model flying of any type (free flight, U control or radio control) is welcome. Speaker at the meeting will be Larry Barrows of the Kitsap ARCO Radio Control Society. For further information contact Bob Jones at 426-3465 or 426-3073. ,... :. ........., .-.-:?.~..q Broken Glass Replaced Promptly Insurance Claims Handled Plate - Sheet Thermopane Mirrors Shower & Tub Enclosures Table Tops Aluminum Sash & Windows -- Screens -- Storm Doors -- FREE ESTIMATES- 2226 Olympic Hwy. N. For Service Phone 426.1152 Dale, Owner Join a New Mixed Starting on Wednes at 9 a.m. LADLES FREE BOWLING For Bantam and Junior Age SATURDAY, SEPT. 18 Regular bowling league September 25. Juniors Bantams atl p.m. i=or further information 633 S. 1st