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September 16, 1971

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! RAY KRUMPOLS, JUNIOR quarterback, rolls to his left on the option in this action from Saturday's game with Vancouver College in Canada. Shelton High School's girls' tennis team is batting .500 after two matches. The netters were defeated by Aberdeen and they defeated North Thurston here on Tuesday. In the aberdeen match, Val Sparks won her singles match 10-8 and 6-4. Suzi Gruver beat her opponent 9-7 and 6-3. Patty Barnett went down to defeat 4-6, 8-6 and 0-6. In the doubles competition, Debbie Witcraft and Nancy Hembroff lost 3-6 and 4-6. Barb Harriers Spartans Shelton's cross country team is off and running after downing Bainbridge 20 to 39. Mark Lewis turned in the best time with a 14:22 time. Rich James finished second; Scott Lowe took third; Bill Madison grabbed fourth; Bob Dagg took fifth; Vic Strickland copped sixth; Steve Baze grabbed seventh; Bob Young took eighth with Randy ttoward and Tom Noreen rounding out tile Shelton field. Brigham and Karen Lemagie also went down to defeat. North Thurston provided a 3-2 victory for Shelton's net fans. Val Sparks triumphed in her meet 8-6 and 6-1. Suzie Gruver fell to the heels of Denise Rossner 3-6 and 2-6. Patty her match 7-5 and In doubles' Debbie Witcraft lost their match 5-7 Stracky and Barb victorious 7-5, 5-7 Ogden Holds More Tom another of his popular firearm age. It is safety classes September 20, 21 that enrollees be and 22 at Shelton Nimrod Hall, night for corner of Cascade and Summit Further Drive on ttillcrest, o b t a i n e d The classes, held each night 426-8690. from 7 to 9 p.m., are open to Ogden will conduct youngsters from 10 Bayshore Women Corn Shelton Bayshore's women supper will golfers competed September 7 for The chairmala low net and putts. Winners were turnout. Gert Batstone, low net, and Edie A~ders0~ Davenport, putts. On September 14, the ladies played bingo, bango, bongo, with Mae Munro and Martha Cote sharing the high score of 13 Seventy.y points. Anderson had Bayshore Golf Club's next cheering at two-ball competition will getnight when he underway at 5 p.m., September for the 19 at the Bayshore course. Fraternal Lea A social hour and potluck left-handed 137. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ By JIM KNEELAND Victory greeted Shelton's 'Climbers in their first international game. Shetton shut out Vancouver College %0 before an audience at about eight hundred in the 35,000 capacity Empire Stadium in Vancouver B.C. Action started off early as Tracy Armstrong romped thirty-four yards for an apparent touchdown only to have the play called back for offensive holding. Bob Crume ran for a touchdown after Neal White intercepted an ill-fated Vancouver pass. Blazers Play Thirty-four boys are turning ,It for the lard, or high football program this year, acc()rding to }'.dad c()iJch llarlcn Buitenvchl. Junior high foolhaH players w)ll pla3 a six game schedule starling with Ehna September 23. Other games include tlopkins on Sept. 30, Iloquiam there on Oct. 7, Montesano Oct. 14 there, a night game with Hood Canal and they wind up the season on Nov. 4 at Miller. Swing Shift Bowlers Start Persons who would like to bowl daytimes are invited to join the Simpson Swing Shift bowling league, which starts Monday, September 20, at 11:30 a.m. at the Timber Bowl. Bob Crume was the leading rusher for the 'Climbers, gaining nearly a hundred yards. Tracy Armstrong and Don Neth both ground out about forty yards to share second honors. Defense was the key to the Clirnber success as the Climber's stoppers let only one play be broken against them and that only led to an unsuccessful goal line drive by Vancouver. With a first down on the three yard line, the Vancouver team found itself steadily pushed back to make a fourth down and nineteen play. Neal White, 'Ferry Knight, and Doug Long all intercepted Vancouver passes. Rabble Settle and Don Neth were also responsible for deflecting passes. Coach Jack Stark announced that the coaches are instigating a black helmet brigade, giving the black b.clmets to the players who do outstanding jobs. The first helmet, award Coach Stark announced, will go to Tracy Armstrong. Climb This week's football game for the Highclimbers will be held at North Thurston, where Shelton takes on the Rams. The Rams, coming off a win over Timberline, are expected to be very tough, according to Coach Jack Stark. Coach Stark claims North Thurston, Timberline and Centralia will be the toughest in the league to beat, TRACY ARMSTRONG had the wind knocked out of him Saturday when he returned a punt against Vancouver College in the Highclimbers' 9-0 season-opening victory. Coach Mike Sims is leaning over Armstrong and Head Coach Jack Stark is standing. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A LOYAL GROUP OF FANS traveled to Vancouver, Canada last Saturday to see the Highclimbers defeat Vancouver College, a prep school. It was the first time Shelton has played a game in a foreign country- WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL Women's Hi Game: Mary Lou Nault 195. Women's Hi Series: Mary Lou Nault 532. Standings: Ogden's Radio & TV 3-1 ; Brown Logging 3-1; Certified Manufacturing 3-1; Fuller Construction 2-2; Ming Tree 2-2; Kelly's Furniture 2-2; Gott's Oilerettes 2-2; Eells & Valley 2-2; ARCO 2-2; Lumbermen's 1-3; Timber Bowl 1-3; Jim Pauley's 1-3. Lumbermen's 1, Edith Walter 443; Ogden's Radio & TV 3, Mary Lou Nault 532; Jim Pauley's 1, Sara Watkins 410; Certified Manufacturing 3, Colleen Yorke 458; Kelly's Furniture 2, Jean Ream 423; Gott's Oilerettes 2, L i n d a H o f f 4 4 4 ; F u I I e r ................. Construction 2, Virginia Fuller .... 439; Ming Tree 2, Joy Waldrop 434; Timber Bowl 1, Dion Strozyk 410; Brown Logging 3, Rea Brown 486; Eells & Valley 2, Sharon Phipps 410; ARCO 2, Cindy Anderson 447. WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL Women's Hi Game: Freda~hristy 202. Women's Hi Series: Mary Lou Nault 569. Standings: Ogden's Radio & TV 7-1; Lumbermen's 5-3; Kelly's Furniture 5-3; Ming Tree 5-3; Timber Bowl 5-3; Jim Pauley's 5-3; Brown Logging 4-4; Certified Manufacturing 4-4; Gott's Oilerettes 2-6; Fuller Construction 2-6; Eells & Valley 2-6; ARCO 2-6. Certified Manufacturing 1, Colleen Yorke 485; Kelly's Furniture 3, Jean Ream 541; Gott's Oilerettes 0, Freda Christy 477; Ogden's Radio & TV 4, Mary Lou Nault 569; ARCO O, Cindy Anderson 424; Jim Pauley's 4, Jean Ashley 410; Timber Bowl 4, Dion Strozyk 495; Eells & Valley 0, Glenda Ettlin 403; Lumbermen's 4, Muriel Mueller 474; Fuller Construction O, Virginia Fuller 468; Brown Logging 1, Peg Knutzen 483; Ming Tree 3, Kathy Motherwell 496. ITT RAYONIER Men's Hi Game: Gerry Hart 235. Men's Hi Series: Gerry Hart 574. Women's Hi Game: Gerry Geist 168. Women's Hi Series: Gerry Geist 430. Standings: Maintenance 4-0; Lefty's + 1 3-1; Makeups 2-2; Statics 2-2; Woodbirds 1-3; Waterboys 0-4. Maintenance 4, Gerry Hart 574; Waterboys 0, John Stone 474; Makeups 2, Chuck Smith 466; Statics 2, Dan Wilson 530; Lefty's + 1 3, Jerry Mallory 567; Woodbirds 1, Bill Miller 429. SUNDAY MIXED 4's Men's Hi Game: Gene Benedict 248. Men's Hi Series: Jack Frost 558. Women's Hi Game: Glenda Ettlin 195. Women's Hi Series: Glenda Ettlin 547. Standings: Farmers 4-0; Moonshiners 4-0; H2OKg's 3-1; Timber Ducks 3-1; Go-Getters MERCHANTS Men's Hi Game: 214. Men's Hi Se ThriftwaY White's 1-3; Blazer's Renecker's Boon's Kimbel's 1, T.C.F. 0, Renecker's Ettlin 537 McCoy White 569. GRANGE Men's Hi Game: 212. Men's Hi series: 571. Women's Goodburn Women's 437. Stand Shelton II 1-3; 3-1; .SCan Downers 3-1; Hooters 1-3; Ding-A-Lings i-3; Pink 0-4. Elephants 1-3; Prospectors 1-3; Matlock Odd Balz 0-4; Ranchers 0-4. 547; Sou Farmers 4, Jim Brewer 482; 528; Odd Balz 0, Del Hartwell Jr. 500; 442; Har H2OK9S 3, Glenda Ettlin 547; 459; Ag. Hooters 1, Gene Benedict 555; Timber Ducks 3, Jack Frost 558; Pomona Pink Elephants 1, Rita LeBreshAgate II 1 371; Moonshiners 4, Emi Pleines 416; Ranchers 0, Bill Brown 422; Ding-A-Lings 1, Bill Boad 535; Go-Getters 3, Duck Sharp 455; Sun Downers 3, Jim Tobin 476; Prospectors 1, Einda Rutledge 423. WOMEN'S CITY Women's Hi Game: Mary Lou Wicken 194. Women's Hi Series: Maggie egg- Mary Lou Wicken 527. C.C. Standings: Millos 4-0; Can Sol Lumbermen's 3-1; Shelton Recreation 1-3; Morgan's 0-4. He's In Morgans O, Sonja Pearson 445; Millos 4, Maggie egg 527; Lumbermen's 3, Mary Lou Wicken 527; Shelton Recreation 1, Dana Roberts 504. FRATERNAL Men's Hi Game: Jerry Mallory 223. Men's Hi Series: Jerry Mallory 584. Standings: Lions Club 3-I; Bull Moose 3-1; Eagles 3-1; Moose Heads 3-1; Fuller Const. 2-2; Western Auto 2-2; Kiwanis 2-2; American Legion 2-2; Rotary 1-3; Shelton Hardware 1-3; Moose Antlers 1-3; Nimrod 1-3. Western Auto 2, Phil Adams 524; Kiwanis 2, Chuck Renecker 553; Fuller Const. 2, Floyd Fuller 546; American Leqion 2, Jim Archer 439; Lions ~lub 3, Jerry Mallory 584; Shelton Hardware 1, Die Anderson 494; Bull Moose 3,Roy West 536; Rotary 1, Jim Shrum 557; Eagles 3, Carl Hellman 579; Nimrod 1, 441; Moose Head 3, Hank Warnes 526; Moose Antlers 1, Lloyd Clark 478. SIMPSON ,WOMEN'S Women's Hi Game: Allene Stepper 189. Women's Hi Series: Joyce Dion 512. Standings: Accounting 4-0; I.B.P. 4-0; Purchasing 3-1; Loggers 2-2; Lumber 2-2; Engineering 1-3; Olympic 0-4; Research 0-4. Accounting 4, Helen Rice 494; Olympic 0, Cleo Hulet 473; Purchasing 3, Allene Stepper 504; Engineering 1, Lucille Chapman 478; Research 0, Syble Ristine 403; I.B.P. 4, Mablene Campagna 465; Lumber 2, Joyce Dion 512, Loggers 2, Nancy Beckwith 445. 11 Join a New Mixed Starting on Wednes at 9 a.m. BANTAM & JR. AGE at 1 p.m. Regular league for Bantam and Jun Sept. 25. Juniors at 10:30 a.m. For further information 633 S. 1st Page lO - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, September 23, 1971