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SHELTONMA0N COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Chrstmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington ns Key To Climber Success 00TART WIHS FOR SHELTOH, 21-12 II I I ........... ! ............................... aUfach ring long-dis- dOwns out of enemy ighclilnt-mrs initiatet glyrapic League foot- i,vith a 21-12 conquest champion Port An- P Field during shirt- er FHday night. turns out the Rough- ,.Which Bob Walker  Yards in tile first l)on Clary 77 yards in .qUarter with :uccess- ullS afI':er each, were p the two fast scores g champs made, fol- 91Vhrsion faihu'es in Cod. passed to Ron err for tile con- version. The Climbers put their insur- ance touchdown on the scoreboard 1:10 before half-time when Brick- err passed to err for 18 yards, the third straight play on which he passed successfully for a total of 37 yards. Lowe caught the other L\\;vo for 10 and nine yards. This drive started on the Shel- ton 40 where the visitors had yiel- ded the ball on a fourth down pass attempt which err foiled with a 5hoe-string taclde of quarterback Bob Lnvell before he could get the ball away. The 60-yard drive look 10 plays. i5: len-'th - " s This time Brickert converted by ,:" Ig " Y rlll-DaeK. " iilll- i--" - unnin the ball across while tile  nteresclng con- 5 ' --. taPe'marl ........ I A defense waited for nnn to pass. ck.;;f'2l,:,aCl:l " CLARY HAl)COME within a } boo' .. +,g^ o.^, shoe-string taelde of getting away . t O11 tllg IIEI- , a rm,,., t o ..... for another full-dmtancc punt re- :-11 {h-,:,'"'",*, turn in tile first quarter, the very ].klelile  - );'"'. "". .... i next time Port Angeles kicked af-  s Ll]alll.:S 1.o a " g'bloc- 1.. r... nl [ter Walkers score. Clary took r the Ro.(,..:'_,_:9 '-]Boyd's third punt of the ganle, a t Nekert-.,'.,er oo. 132-'yarde,', on the Shelton 35 and ih'e.. passed to Tom lwen t to the Roughrider 38 before i; 7 Lra point l he ,,'as nailed from behind when l7,t 7-yard hike was lie slowed down a bit to let his n two minutes into I blockers clear the path ahead. iK2utarter Lowe caught Just as he clearing was aeeomp- }rd kick at the Shel-[lisied a pursuer got him by the tslipPed it to Clary, [ankles. .4 0 the left side and So at halftime the Climbers, ? behind numerous [who had looked like anything but y'd 0,,BRIGHT COLOR TV na Thrift-Priced ConsoLe[ > o, @ 0nternpora lowbo st l[n t |5 ,q. T,. ,cA ,. -,e SPace Age Sealed Circuitry " "" ., lrieed from $995 w/t L FOR YOUR WORLD SERIES !0 FOOTBALL SEASON ENJOYMENT VALLEY APPLIANCE CENTER Where You Get Page i3 ELDON TODD'S 230 FIHISBIHG GAME EARNS 601 SIMPS0tt SERIES NIMP,ON MEN leag'ue lead from a 4-0 success l been all weel, went off the field Mill 2 .................................. 13 3 scored by Railroad Stan Ahliuist with a 21-0 lead. Railroad ................................ 11 5 51) over Shops (Fred Rope 441 Things ehanged quickly after Loggers ............................... 10 6 and a 3-1 victory notcl]ed by. lhe the second half kickoff, as tile Engineers ..............................  8 tog'gets ,Ken O'Dell 541) over Roughriders snapped up two sud- Insulatin o l3oard ................ 7 9 llle Loaders Jim Simmons 476. den breaks and converted them in- Mill 1 .................................. 6 10 Tile night's 4th pairing pro- 1.o touchdowlls. Loaders ................................. 6 10 duced q 2-2 stalemate between:hi- THE FIRST CAME when Walk- Shops ................................... 3 -, 13 sulating Board IGene Tucker 4,'92 er. punting afler Shelton failed High games--Eldon Todd 230. and Mill 1 ,Ted Blair 545). to move after receiving tile kick- Ed Richards 222. off. booted from tile Clinlber 48. Hig'h series.-Eldon Todd 601 --_----:---_--z ...... ........ -:----- Lowe. coverlllg downfield, got ............... ii CUSTOM-LOaDED there too fast and the ball hit him Eldon Todd's big" 230 finish on the ahoulder at lhe 22 yard squeezed ,,,m ,,.o t.o ...,.,,.,,, 11 AMMU:HITION "i:}, line as !t descended, so instead circle of 600 series 7iolders in Shel- of ha,'ing PA backed tip to its own tows pin corony last week ,,'hen tl ChooseLar, f"ml Area's( :'; 20 or thereabouts, the ball went he pitched games of 199 and 172 I a oest Se oct'on :. back and Shelton took a 15- yard , ahead of it for a 601 in Simpson penalty to its own 33. Walker went | of Custom Ammunition. back to kick again but this tinle In-.,en's league action at Shelton Port Angeles bioeked the effort With it and .ome stout final I Prepp's loadin and subsequently found itself with  game support from Val Sienko and I| Ser ice " tile ball on Shelton's 16, some 60  : Bill Sehirmir, \\;{ill 2 got away I yards closer to paydirt than if 621 North Seond the first kick had been "normal". i  wilh a 3-1 decision over the Engin- I eel's, whose Glen I{obertson missed i Phone 426-4114 (evenings) In six plays, all on the ground, : another 600 by just five pins ii 426-4646 (days) the RouKhri'ders scored, aided by The conquest protected:= ....... Millm.2.i.2's .... :, 2.i , the Climbers. A fake placekick ..................... failed to fool Shelton's defense on / _i On the first play after the en- suing kickoff, V/alker fumbled, slamming into the line and Port ..... Angeles found itself 29 yards II tl I IN SP ling i away from anolher tonehclown. Tile Roughriders made it ill three eclal bow shots, the last a 19-yard swing around left end by Don Harrison GRID STRATEGISTS--Highclimber football for- for the Simpson Timber Company. Anderson is a [! LL N Eela.ofnroutarunrn.nl l Again the Climber: defense stopped tunes are being guided this 1963 season by the graduate of the Umversity of Washington and l1 lltt  a  u P ! a running play on the conversion quintet of coaches pictured here. Head coach Bob Bothel high. In front are coaches Zruce Kreger /I -- ,., "1 effort. Sund is shown standing at the right next to chief (left) and Larry Weir, the latter's particular du- /I Men--w0men-- I n ...... The two PA touchdowns came ass,sta t coach Harold Wilson and Roger Ander- ties being with the B squad, which is enjoying a [|     . i within21, minutes of each other, son, a voluntary member of the staff who works highly successful season. LI T[} N[IJ Juni0r-ni0rs! ! tle of Shelton's ground game ag- LISTER HOPKINS HUSKIES .....,. a/nst Roughrider passes, with nei-BLAZERS " ther succeeding but with both coming close. Ill I Ill I! - I own 40 JUNIOR IIIGIt ]FOOTBALL swung left end for 13, Tom Mar-ments on offense to Jon Arm-|1 Ill 0 U:llbUllb " ! Shelton drove from its after the kickoff to the PA six . IV L T l)f pa shall passed to Biehl for 10, and!strong and Bob Erickson at ends || t ............... .,,,,^a ^t .....  i in 13 consecutive ground plays, " " '- ,-zu ve new, umu ueu,% ur Mll?lrq;.. ........ 2 0 0 45 6 5.laste!ler eame.a:ound.the left l Dave Gmlter and Dave Armstrong ]| h; ..... ,u^.,,^., ..............  " | then on a 4th-and-one situation 7:----: .......... 2   ? , sine tor oo, nussmg tne score I _+ ,_,.,^. ... . ...... + ........ a I| , .... ,,. .,=u,u,,,,um,a }: i Briekert missed Orr by inches in tloqmam .......... o t u  when he was dumped on the one j  ,,, ,Al , .... Y"" | and slgrl Up for our free special the end zone with a pass. Wash 1 1 0 28 12  m " . " man wooo a guqrcls Jlnl I:50rSL ............ W i _ _: ............... ^ ..... be e t;relnendous inaiviaual .+  . r.;^ o,--; . ..... t:lasses, towltng is/merlca s mt- - _  -- - _ 1 Five plays later Bob Jefferv in- Jelterson u J U b Zb  . ; - I L ,,,ce, ,,,cz w,c%yutn aL ttuar- Im *?1: - - - -  - - II  . .. " ....... ^ = .... senmnmge recoras were compiiea "- i Carrier ald Bob Mas 0st popular participant recrea- tercepted a PA pass on the Shel- Lentrana ........... U X U U Iv b BI'z ........ , l, M ke v -,, _]1 I Hooldns 0 2 0 0 54 y _ a. eLaes. urvm ran 6a [ teller at halves, and Skip Purvis I tion...easy to learn, easy to do. " " ......... ' l ymos m J plays for a xu-yara- -t full 0 i " ' back to the 27 before missing a Lst: "ee "C , o -" " .... "'' I" ' [ ur tra ned instructor w teach rlllS a , erage leliy vtasteller picK- . . . first down by six inches. PA got Shelon 33 Hopkins 0 ....... i_ ,_.-_" ......... Rolhe Ducklmm started at de-I| yotlwth specaI[ynrenaredfdms :=:-: .- : - | ' . ttt LIp "i/ 11 Lnree carries l::$1ell[ z3 r   r r off a 45 yard pass and another -- . , ......... In two trips, Mike CarDer 14 nl ] , - ,.;.,, /I ...then y0tl can practice what I rhller 19 Centraha 0 ' . fensl'e end in place of Jon Arn't- for ei'ht in moving to the Shel- noqumm z, wasnmgton 7 3 nl .... , ;,, , ,r..,2,,, a ,, ] strong, George -mimns at guara I| w,,,,,, o,o ,,,, +he  .....  --5- 2-. - --_$ | ton 16, then four straight aerial This Friday ,.' ........ , ........................ in place nf \\;Vood and Kelly Mas ...... " ''" .................. ""  I ' o, Clayton 13 m 4 and Bob Mas- ] . .. " "- . - ; ." - | come m, m no tme at all oul| shots missed target. Shelton at Centralia ,^,,. "r, :... ' / teuer ac .meoamer m pmce oz e "" Y II . LtllLr 0 111 qt. " " a 0 IN THE SECOND half Shelton Miller at Hopkins ..... c ..... ., /Putws. I1 be g od bowler.  ' i was handicapped by iniury-absen- \\;Vashington-Jefferson (nite) , tlEI,TON S O FFENSI chcked] Relief sinmmgs w--t  Rick [| | ____ tecause ot excellent mocdno" by, ..................... For ;;ol;t,[ C 1 I ert and limited activity for Jef- Sheltons Barr;Yii;:n?  fery, plus the past week;s toll of sickness whieh left many squad - o members a bit below par lhvs{cal- f :2xo I;X00 ' t 2;:;t4:? ;::o tl Pho,,00 426 8453 I ]y: Because of this situation,'Coaeh high co e ;:ontbl ;a, ] :rt:" :n)vl e, b ,7cl]b u'ghmtva' Bob Sund used 30 players, inch]d- Loop Fmld. son -la :',' , "" ...... " ][John Boardman, centers; Jim O1-ll  1 o p \\; etl Ila\\; oe \\;\ l[n _H_OpKlns ing three sophomores who saw In the 32-minute slaughter " '. ' : " " / "on -nd T,,w Vinin ...... rter-/1 I I I .'%=  i " ' o" " ' ltlnntng ame ., .......... , u- .... their first varsity action----Bill Ar- .Coach Bill Brmkert s young ,nd- ' g ' t backs; Ton] Marshall Jim Biehl I| SPONSORPD BY I  ] ]'/lVlt'l[Iqlittll][lt | cher, Robert Milier and Scott Swi- won bulls amassed 306 yards in  T'.)mD.rrow the Blazers go tolJin 1 Stewart, and Dennis White'[]  IL//,Itllt/Jltlug,,r | .,e.. p,ay. ,, 00o,vn00 .o. l 00kor .o.n Oo,o ! "'""""=' I The Scoring kins, (iv contrast, had 90 yards Briekert gave starting assign- fullback. I I - " Shelton .................. 7 14 0 0--21 (only 1"6 in the second half) ill -- __ .................................................... = Port Angeles ........ 0 0 12 0---t2 27 play for two first downs.  . F Touchdowns: Shelton--\\;Valker The visiting Huskies were nev- (55, pun return), Clary (77, punt cr in Blazer territory except me- li ..  iii  [] return), err (18, pass from Brick- mentarily at the end of the first - I  . ... eft). Port AngelesHarrison (1, half, when, a Blazer secondary de- --Vl Vl'- " *  :, "' " plunge), Harrison (19, end run). ienaer got sum{co in on a pass  am Convers/ons: Shelton--Lowe the price 15 meolum " whfch was completed over his  ___I  i __. .,.j ,=..,, (pass from Brickert), err (pass head. Coming across field, Bob h;om Brickert), Brickert (end run) Masteller flashed good speed to III Shelton---Orr, Kieburtz, Mike saved anapparentlyeertaintoueh- the action Briekert, Chase, ends; Snyder, down. " [] [] i Batstone, Toney, Latham, tackles; THEBLAZERS showed their the car is Rielmrds, Anstey, Jeffery, Ritner, impatie.lce to get out in front by Dugger, RekMiller, guards; 8hoe- scoring on the fifth play frml dy, SteVe Archer, center; Brian scrimmage after receiving the op- BHckert, Powell, quarter; IValker, ening kickoff. Fullback Skip Pur- Lamont, I-Iurst, Dronen, fullback; ,'is ran 39 yards around ]eft end ,..,= .su U-r-"r'- Clary, Lowe, Olson. Johnson. Wag- for the score. ner. Robert Miller, Bill Archer, No. 2 came on a nifty 33-yard Swisher. Ia]fbacks. ])ass from quarterback Chief Clay- s' * ton to end Rollie Duckham in the Statistics second quarter. S PA After kiel{ing off. the Blazers : ":::; First downs ...................... 9 8 went all the way on the first play Yards rushing .................. 121 126 cnce they got possession in the .::: Rushing losses .................. 38 55 second half. Purvis again making Yards pasaing .................. 41 15a a long haul of 49 yards on a sweep ilii::: ....... Net yardage .................... 124 224 around right end. Passes attempted .......... 8 20 Masteller scored No. 4 from two iii:i::: ::::::: ' .: Passes completed .......... 6 6 yards out in the fourth period af- Interceptions by .............. 3 0 tel" Clayton set it up with a pass Penalties .......................... 4/35 7/55 interception which he ran from Punts ............................ 2/12.5 4/30.5 Hopkins' 29 to the 14 yard line. Scrimmage plays ............ 52 61 THE FINAL SCORE was an schievement of the second string ..:,:: IndivlduM Yardage unit. Quarterback Jim Olson scor- C yg yl ave. ed from a yard out on a sneak Clary ...................... 12 48 0 4.0 through the middle after a drive Lowe 5 14 0 2.8 which originated on Shelton's 41 :. The Best Deal, Walker .................... 7 18 0 2.7 with a pass interception by Kelly i::::::::.:;i, i Brickert .................. 13 32 3 2.2 Masteller. In four plays Jim Biehl PowellLamnt .................... .................... 13  o.:0 Use Journal Want Ads ';::''' Totals .................. 41 118 17 2.5 N E W a n d E X ITI N 5 ! The"action" is provided by the type of V-8 engines that the '64 have made Mercury the new performance champion S, :a-Horse Motors of the medium-price field-demonstrated in open com- ...the "newest" outboards ever built/ petition including the most recent Pikes Peak Climb. A 390 cu. in.V-8 is standard, a 427 V-8 optional. 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