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,1963 q l I I I i i ii sPORTS NEWS NORTH MASON* ' Bulldogs Crushed Again; Meet Chimaeum At Port Townsend This Friday Evening ' TEAM STATISTICS by Dennis Shelly I NM CW The Charles Wright Academy I First downs . ..................... 9 12 last week skunked the Bulldogs, I by rushing' . ................... 8 9 limbers Invade SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in ('Chrfstmastown, U.Z.AY. helton, Washington r Lair Tomorrow derence Clash Jle lurks ahead }iighelimbers ! for the un- kit's in the form of Cou- rilW.rdale but there are !pl cations. i rash of boils broke out ranks early this week, g to sideline tackles Bill l d Gone Toney and full- amont for" the Cougar d leg disabilities place 'backs Bob  Walker and ill dilbi,,us staLus a.t this and Toney aren't 1t compel Coach Bob a heavy burden on and move Bob gef- his accnstomed guard the tackle load, with as chief relief. and Clary can't and Kelly Hurst in and take up are capable of do- Dave Johnson also added offensive re- full health the Climb: severe test for the Cougars seem to Their 25-6 drub- of Port Townsend, Port Angeles in a r*s clear warning that Claws are sharp. And the advantage of LOWE FLIES HIGHTommy Lowe sparked the Highclimbers in their big victory at Tumwat- er Friday schoring two touch- downs and a try-for-point, net- ting 81 yards in nine carries from scrimmage, and completing both the passes he threw for 29 yards, RAYONIER RESEARCH Water Boys .......................... 15 Acetate Aces ...................... 14 Silva, Foxes .......................... 14 Rayonettes .......................... 13 Maintenance ........................ 12 own lair. 9 ts just aren't any 10 e" on the schedule this 10 cl reused unhappily. 11 thers won't have their 12 agent or rooters in the Wood Birds .......................... 11 13 or, for many will stay Pin Curlers .......................... 11 13 ke in the annual junior Fourfowlers ................... ,.... 6 18 !t game, scheduled for :00 6'clock kickoff on Wth the Shelton Blaz- Jefferson of Olympa. 00ANCE 0N VALLEY tNGE HALL B Squad In 0-0 Tie With West, Hosts Central Here Monday Goose-eggs gummed up the grid- iron machinery on Loop Field Monday afternoon as the Little Climbers protecting their unde- feated recozd, battled to a score- less stalemate with West Bremer- ton in a B squad contest. Next Monday Coach Larry Weir figlres his boys will get back on the triumphant vein when they Host Central Kitsap on Loop Field. The kickoff will be about 4:00 o'- clock. West never Fossessed the ball inside Shetton's 35 and Shelton's closest advance toward West's goal got to the 25 late in the fourth quarter but was thwarted on an inteteepted pass, Most of the last period was spent trading passes. Shelton has a slight edge in the game statistics but for the most part it was a strong defensive bat- tle on both sides. Weir used as starters Dale Downing, center; Jim Rutledge and Ron haBresh, guards; Ren- nie Mason and Hilt Schumacher, tackles; Duane Wilson and Dar- rell Froelich. ends; Scott Swisher, quarter; Larry Sheedy .and Dave Cox, halfbacks; and Gary Marsh- all, fullback. Relief duties went to Bud Lath- am, center; Dan Barrom, guard; Brady Wifitener and Bill Merri- field, tackles; Bob Johnson and Jon Hembroff, ends; Bill Areher, quarter; Perry Rose, Bob Miller, and Mike Johnson. halfbacks. High games Joyce Maynard 177, Don Woods 206. High series Marg Bacon 448, Frank Waters 567. GOLF CLUB CALENDAR 19th HOLE CLUB MEET l de, n wlti Grays Harbor Golf & DUE NEXT WEDNESDAY Country Club last Thursday, where October's session of the men's Gert Batstone and Ruth Heuston 19th Hole Club is scheduled next had first and second low gross, Wednesday evening at the Bay- Nita Kirnbcl and Helen Rice first shore clubhouse with the usual and second low net, and Mac Hun- social hem- from 6:00 to 7:00 fol- ro was closest to the pin. lowed by dinner and a business In Tuesday'. , weekly ladles day meeting, action, Gcrt Batstone and Frankie Menoers should make reserve- Nueuch wet, prizes in low net lions with either Laurie Carlson, play. Jr,, 0ct 12 threeAndy Tusun or Gary Nialoy, th.office,s. 141J'c BY THE | WOMEN PLAY INTER-CLUB ]'U N- . i MATCH WITH ABERDEEN L '1 TOPPERS I . Ladies Ot Silelton Golf Club en- WELL DRILLING Water guaranteed HYEBS PUHPS Phone 426-4245 Sales and 24 hour service 2-BALL FOURSOME DAWS OVER 40 [:OR SUNDAY Forty-five hungry golf club membcqs sat lown to ancth,.r fill- ing potluck dinner following the season's third 2-ball mixed four- same compet(tiou Sunday at the Bayshore m.urse and elnbh.'mse. Prizes wm to Phil Bayley and Grace MeGr-dy, Jim MeC.':.mb and Nita Kimbel. Bob Olson and Fran- Rie Wuench for best love gross scores, to Pat MeGrady and Bob Pauley, Bob XVuench and Martha Cole, Bud Panley and Beryl Fau- bert for leading low net scores to Ray Rice and Billie Broughton, Ed Faubert and Mary Ashford for high cards, and to Jud HoHoway and Frank Travis for low gross and low net m a non-competing threesome Another 2-ball foursome is scheduled for Sunday, October 27. i ii, Russell Drilling ' RETARDED CHILDREN ARE LUCKY When They Live In Hason County F0r Everyone Cares And Everyone Helps. Thanks So Very Huoh To All Of YOUr From 34-0. NM is yet to score this year and above all. prevent their record of 12 losses m a row from getting much larger. The Bulldogs were slow in get- ting started in last weeks compe- tition but the Terriers were ready at a moment's notice to nip at the Bulldog's pride. The first Wright tally came after just 5 plays from scrimmage, s fierce 50-yd. drive. The second touchdown came just before the first quarter ended, again following a 50-yd. assault. The second quarter of play saw the Bnlldogs literally throw away any chance for a victory. They fumbled the ball away, regained possession, and then were stricken with awe when the Terriers tallied on an 85-yd. punt return. Just two more plays from scrimmage yield- ed the fourth Terrier touchdown--- a Bulldog pass was intercepted and the Wrigl]t pass was complete for a 30-yd. TD pass play. After, the halftime break, NM was pla ing a much better brand of football. They piled up 75% of their total yardage in the second half alone and let across just a single Wright tally. NM had one pass intercepted but thwarted the Ter- rier attack and forced them to punt. Their nearest chance for a soore was foiled when a Terrier defensive nlayer batted down in the end zone, a fourth down. 13- yd. pass attempt by NM. The Bulldogs bettered the Ter- riers in "legal" football. Wright committed 13 penalties to the Bulldog's two. Also, NM ran 7 more plays from scrimmage than did the Terriers. Next week the Bulldogs travel to Port Townsend where their non- league challenger, Chimacum will host. BANTAM BOWLER BAGS 200 GAME BANTAM LEAGUE Jay-Birds .......................... 7 2 Cook Plant Farm ........... 6 3 Shelton Journal .............. 6 3 bv passing ................... 1 2 by penalties ................. 0 1 Rushing plays .................. 52 45 yards gained ............... 164 313 yards lost ........................ 19 28 net yards gained ........ 145 285 Passes attempted ............ 7 o Passes Completed ............ 2 Passes intercepted ............ 2 0 Yards gained passing .... 13 68 Total net yards ................ 158 353 Total plays ........................ 59 50 Fumbles ............................. 1 2 Ball lost ......................... 1 o Punts ............................. 4 '130 2/60 Penalties ................ 2 '15 13/105 Blookberger Flirts With 700 Series In Men's Oily Girouit MEN'S CITY LEAGUE Wilson Company .............. 10 5 Beckx,,ith Jewelry .......... 8 7 Shaub-Ellison .................. 8 7 Prepp's Rexall Store ...... 7 7 Simpson Timber .............. 7 8 40 & 8 Vulture .............. 7 8 John's Richfield .............. 6'.'_, 8V, Frisken Oil ...................... 6 9 High games---Aub Blockberger 256, Joe Rank 220. 67High series--Aub Blockberger In this season so prolific with 600 series in Shelton bowling cir- cles. someone is bound to hang a 700. Aub Blockberger gave it a stout try Monday night in the men's city league with his string of 207-215-256 for 678. nearest ny keler has come so far. It led Prepp's Rexall Store to a 2%-1V victory over John's Rich- field ,Neal Demeree 551). but from a team-scoring standpoint it was Wilson Company stealing the show. Allie Robinson's 209, Joe Rank's 220 and Dan Wilson's 204 came toether in a 1057 opener as the Wilsonians rang up a 2-1 triumph over Simpson Timber (Darrell Denniston 483). Other matches went by odd- \\;Villour Insurance ............ 5 4 game decisions, also Shaub Elli- o 7 3V., ,', son (Neil Seljestad 549) over Fris- Team N ........................... Wilson Mill ...................... 3 6 ken Oil (Jess Daniels 531) and Lins Club ........................ 3 6 40 & 8 (Bill Beach 541) over Beck- V.F.W. Auxiliary ............ 2V, z 6 with Jeelry' (Clif 'oward 541). High games--Clyde La.ndsaw ...... 201. MAJOR LEAGUE Pts High series Chuck Thompson 286. * * * Timber Bowl .......................... 52'" Northwest Evergreen .......... 43 Clyde Landsaw Jr. will receive 3ira Pauley Inc ....................... 42 an award from the national BPAA Olson's B & B Shop ................ 39b. for the 20l game he rolled in Shel- LaBissoniere Agency .............. 311./.o ton bantam bowling league play Dan's Nite Hawks .................. 27 Saturday at the Timber Bow1, as high game -Wally Eigenman will Chuck Thompson Jr. for the 254. 195 he shot earlier in the season. High total---Jess Phillips 585. GRANGE LEAGUE lips 585). NV Evergreen l,."-z-Iar- Shelton Valley .................. 15 8 ry [Peterson 571). LaBissoniere Matlock .............................. 14 10 6. (Jerry Martin 5521. Jim Paul- Skokomish .... 13. 10V=, ev 6 [Fred Snelrove 550. Nite Agate ................................ 12 12 Hawks 6 (Dan Wilson 562). Tim- Patrons ............ : ........ 10V2 13V.a ber Bowl 5 (L. L. McInelly 554). Southside .......................... 101,'.I-, 13 ........ Cloqualhnn ........................ 101,../., 13'/_o Pomona 9L/, 14, MERCHANTS LEAGUE .............................. / High games---Eva Rostvold 170, Kiwanis Club ...................... 15 5 Ralph Simpson 224. Moose Antlers ...................... 14 6 High series Eva Rostvold 450, Fuller Construction ............ 11 9 Ralph Simpson 554. Eagles Eerie ........................ 11 9 , , , Bull Moose .......................... 9 11 ]ER. & MRS. LEAGUE Lions Club ............................ 8 12 J & J Service ........ 15 5 Shelton Hardware .............. 7 13 Stock's Grapeview .......... 11 9 Rotary Club ........................ 5 15 Eacrett Lumber .............. 10 10 High games--.Vird Savage 212, Sharer's Diggers .............. 10 10 Rudv Oltman 211. Griffey Construction ...... 9 11 High series--Rudy Oltman 556. Allyn Grocery .................. 8 12 Split pick---Bill Wilson 4-7-9-10. Allyn Shell Service ........ 6/,_, 13 * * * High games---Cleo Hulet 193. JUNIOR LEAGUE Eldon Todd 220. Team 1 ................................. 11 1 High series--Cleo Hulet 522, El- Team 4 .................................. 9 3 don Todd 590. Team 8 .................................. 7 5 = * * Team 5 .................................. 7 5 RECREATION LEAG[qE Team 3 .................................. 6 6 RitneYs Pink Ladies ...... 14 2 Team 2 .................................. 4 8 Rainier Beer .................... 12A 3fi Team 7 .................................. 2 1 0 Olsen Furniture .............. 9 7 Team 6 .................................. 2 10 Northwest Evergreen .... 8 8 High games--Sonja Ahlquist Shelton Recreation ........ 7 9 148, Claude Cook and Reid Prep- Lemke's Service .............. 7 9 pernau each 166. Lucky Lager .................. 1 15 High seriesSonja Ahlquist 417, High games---Vera Bishop and Reid Preppernau 458. Dot Hanlon, each 184. * * * High total--Donna Coleman 509. "WOMEN'S CITY LEAGITE Split picks--Vera Bishop 4-5-10, Morgan Transfer .............. 14 2 Adair Neau 4-7-10, Mae Dunbar Sunbeam Bread .............. 10 6 4-5-7, Pauline Archer 5-9-7, Mere- Lumbermen's Merc ......... 9 7 dry Smith 5-8-10. Lorene Wilson Polka Dot .......................... 9 7 5-10, Mary Lou Wicken and Jean Shelton Hotel .................. 8 8 Schnitzer 5-7, Jen Tratnick 7-9. McConkey Drug .............. 61/,/_, 9V_, Millo's Diner .................. 4 12 EXCEPTIONAL FORESTERS, INC. NEW and EXCITING! the-'64 Sea-Horse Motors ... the newest outboards ever built! V-90 GOLDEN METEOR COMPACT UghfweigEt and LOW "Sultca=e" carrying handle New Shallow Water drive i ) Tilt Selector ... and ULTRA.0UIETI GER'S High efficiency uel induction Four.barrel carburetor Elecframaflc Drive Alternator/Generator Single lever rernofe control ...Conversafloa Quiet h Stop in for a FREE demonstration fide.. % and see eli 13 Johnson Sss-Horso model=.., *a full range of power for any boar,., from 3 to 90 horsepewerl Hoodsport Lumber .......... 3 12., High games--Millie Daniels 209, Bobble Barnett 20, High seriesMillie Daniels 529. Split pick Mary Anne Beseh 3- 7-10. MERCHANTS LEAGUE Bill's Shell Service .......... 16 4 Miller's .................................. 13 7 Prepp's Rexall Store .......... 12 8 Ralph's Serve-U ................ 10 10 Olympic Plywood .............. 9 11 Kimbel & Whitey's .......... 8 12 Old Mill Tavern .................. 7 13 Stewart's Foodliner .......... 5 15 High game Bill Johnson 214 High total--Ron Strickland 562 * $ * SIMPSON WOMEN Accounting ................... 13 7 Lumber .................................. 11 9 Olympic Plywood ................ 11 9 Insulating Board .............. 10 10 Research .............................. 10 10 Loggers ................................ 10 10 Engineering .......................... 9 11 Purchasing .......................... 6 14 High game---Helen Rice 212. High total--Jeanne Peterson 541 WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL Kelly Furnitm'e .................... 17 7 Bill's Shell Service ............ 16 8 Richfield Oil ........................ 14 10 Gott's Oilerettes ................... 13 11 Allyn SheLl Service ............ 13 11 Min Tree Cafe ................... 9 15 Darigold .................................. 7 17 hells & Valley ....................... 7 17 High game--Joan Ream 214 High series,Tp Franklin 543. 12:30 LEAGUE Cola Grill ............................ 14 6 Shetton Union Service ...... 10 10 NeWs Pharmacy ................ 9 11 John's Richfield .................. 7 14 MOTOR SHOP o Hillcrest . 2_ OUTDOORS IN MASON COUNTY ill - .... FISHING ACTION SLOW Sportsmen. evidently concen- trating on preparations for the hrmting season, neglected fishing l to a large extent last week even th(,ugh some indications pointed to excellent action for those who sought it. Prices Lake is reported warming up for eastern brooks and several good catches came out of Lake Cushman, chiefly silverr running in the 12 to 14 inch categm'y. Ieo Flick, Warren Smith. A'.dy Ander- son and Art Hazelquist are among. the stcce.osful anglers reporUng from Cushman. The week's top fish was a 16.-lb. silver taken by Ray Troutner out of Hoodsport Marina, along with a 6-pounder, Tuesday. Ben Barber had a 9-0 silver in the same rea Smday. Ed Larson of Olympia and At Waritz of Portlmd claimed 7-0 and 9-0 silvers there Saturday, Ip. the Oakland Bav-Hammerle" Inlet salt chuck thm:e wa aetiwty too. Lee Carlson took an 8-8 sil- ve ot Skookum Point Tuesday aftcr neLtinga smaller one off the mouth of Mill Creek Monday. Mrs. Ted Bare had a 6-1 silver in tlm bay lasL Thursday. WEEKLY RECREATION Shelton Ranger District Spider Lake-Canyon River Road is still closed to passenger vehicles due to logging operations. A newly consLnmted road from Dusk Peak to Satsop wilt be open after con]- pletion of logging on C-530 Road. New road construction has opened the country north of Klone Lakes revealing much of the beautiful scenery of high mmmtain area. Deer hunters should find opening season good as deer have been plentiful all summer. Slash burn- ing operations were called to a halt due to damp, cooler weather. TIDES OF THE WEEK Computed for Hood Canal Oakland Bay tides are 1 hr. and 50 min. later and pltm 3.0 ft. Friday, Oct. 11. Low .............. 5:40 a.m 1.0 ft. High .............. 1:12 p.m. 11.4 ft. Low .............. 7:08 p.m. 6.3 ft. High .............. 12:04 p.m. 8.8 ft. Saturday, Oet. 12 Low .............. 6:48 a.m. 1.4 ft. High .............. 2:05 p.m. 11.6 ft. Low .............. 8:10 p.m. 5.4 ft. Smda,y, get 13 High .............. 1:29 a.m. 9.0 ft. Low .............. 7:49 a.m. 1.8 ft. High .............. 2:49 p.m. 11.8 ft. Low .............. 8:58 p.m. 4.4 ft.. Momlay, Oct, 14 High .............. 2:36 a.m: 9.4 ft. Low .............. 8:41 a.m. 2.1 ft. High .............. 3:25 p.m. 11.7 ft. Low .............. 9:36 p.m. 3.6 ft. Tuesday, Oct. 15 High .............. 3:31a.m. 9.9 ft. Low .............. 9:27 a.m. 2.7 ft. High .............. 3:55 p.m. 11.6 ft. Low .............. 10:09 p.m. 2.6 ft. Wednesday, Oct, 16 High .............. 4:18 a.m. 10.3 ft. Low .............. 10:07 a.m. 3.2 ft. High .............. 4:20 p.m. 11.3 ft. Low .............. 10:40 p.m. 2.0 ft. Thursday, Oct. 17 ligh .............. 5:00 a.m. 10.6 ft. Low .............. lO :46 a.m. 3.9 ft. High .............. 4:42 p.m. 11.1 ft. Low .............. 11:10 p.m 1.5 ft. R ARE HI rNGARI.N SPORTING DOG GIVEN CLYDE ZIEGLER A male golden VizsIa, until fe- ces years a breed, of sporting dog never seen outside of Hungary, has become a "first" in Mason County because of the friendship of Shel- ton photographer Clyde Ziegler with A. J. Robillard of Winslow, Ariz. Clyde and his wife Phyllis are taking the new pet, named Prince Yakim, to Moses Lake this week for a pheasant and duck hunting outing. A very highly valued breed (pups sell for $500 and trained adults for $1200), the Vizsla is new to the wesLern world although it achieved recognition as a breed centuries ago in Hungary. IL is said to be the oldest breed of the great European Vorstehund group of shorthaired pointing and re- trieving dogs, and was the favorite champion dog of early Hungarian barons and war lords. - Hungarian officials decreed that no Vizslas were to be bred out- side Hungary. A former British intelligence officer tried to smug- gle one out in 1949. His bullet- ridde body was found at the bor- der. Two Minneapolis men fin- ally dog-napped two female pup- pies through tmderground connec- tions in Hungary and from this start the still scarce Vizsla popu- lation of the U.S. began. Today Hungary allows some to be ex- ported on a limited scale. The characteristics of the Viz- sla make it an ideal hunting dog as well as a family pet with its affectionate disposition and fond- ness for children. Robiltard's inability to keep the dog in his city residence in "Wins- low prompted him to. give rince YaI$imh to the ZfeglefS :!. 2nd IIUNTER BREAKFAST Another hunter's breakfast, this one at Mary M. Knight school as a fund-raising measure to help the school's Forest Festival prin- cess. has been announced for this Saturday morning. Serving will be from 4:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m. in the school cafe- teria. A sliding price scale based on age and famiIy groups has been set. The other hunter's breakfast is sponsored by the Skokomish Com- nmnity Club in the Middle Skoko- mish community hall both Satur- day and Sunday mormngs. Serv- ing starts at 4:30 a.m. i i i CUSTOM-LOADED AMMUNITION 22 Jet ................................ 7.35 ital 38 spl ............................. 7.62 Russ 32 S & W ........................ 6,5x55 45 ACP ...................... 32 win spl 30-06 .................................. 243 wm 308 Win ........................ 30-40 krag 30-30 ................................ 303 Brit. 300 say ............................ 280 Rein 250 sav ............................... 12 go. 270 win ................................ 16 go. 8x57 .................................. 20 ga. PREPP'S RELOADING SERVICE Federally Licensed Member American Reloaders Association Phone: 426-4642 days) 426-4114 (evenings) PAGE 7 2 .. '__'  Punt.Pass-and-Kick Oompehhon Sunday; Deadline Saturday Dealine for registering as en- tries in tle annual pnnt-pass-kicR contest sponsored by Jim Pauley Inc. for Mason County boys is this Saturday. The contest itself, for boy of 8.9.10 and 11 years old. will be held Stmday at. 1:00 p.m on Loop F_ld. No equipment s neecssary and the public is invited to witness the competition free of chafee. Top three winners in each of 1lie age brackets receive ,1./ warm-up jackets, {'2t football helmets. 3) footballs autographed by the Na- tional Pro Football League champ- ions. Each winner's score will be compared with othe's throughout the state to determine regional champions, with Lhe ultimate pos- sible award being a trip to Wash- ington, D.C. and the \\;Vhilc House, attendance at the National Foot- ball League championship game. where national punt-pass-and-kick champions will be determiied in each division. At Sunday's competition, which has attracted large crowds the past two years it has been held. coffee, pop and hot dogs will be available through Lhe BeLa Zeta chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority, proceeds to benefit the Rogers school for retarded child- ren. Judges for the contest will be Highelimber football coach Bol) Sund, Blazer football coach Bill Briekert. and Journal sports edi- tor Bill Dickie. ............................ }lIKED FOUl{ SO}I1,]S W L Timber Ducks 14a 5 Twisters ............................ 13 7 Board Busters ............... 11 9 What's Next ................. 10 95 Odd Balz .......................... 9 11 Strippers .......................... 8{ 1] Knock Outs ...................... 8 12 Pin BusLers ...................... 51 14 High games--Betty Thomp,n 160, Jack Frost 224. High stories--Betty Thompson 446. Jack Frost 525. Strippers 3 (Corky Dickenson 497, Piq Busters 1 "(Gene Gcist 487}: Twisters 3 (Max Mikkelsen 506). nock Outs 1 ,Duane Nautt 502); Timber Ducks 2 ,Jack Frost 527). Odd Balz 2 (Gayle Wentz 493): What's Next 2 tHenry Boy- sen 481), Board Busters 2 (Chuck Thompson 456). USED CARS 1963 Ranchero 6,000 miles 1963 Fairlane 500 4 dr, sedan demo. - 1962 Falcon 4 door deluxe '56 Ford Mainline 2-door, o-cyiindee '56 Plymouth Wagon 2-door_ V-8 Automatic 1956 Plymouth 4 dr. V-8 stick '55 Chevrolet Belair 4-door, V-8 Automatic '55 Pontiac Custom 2-door hardtop, V-8 Auto, Hunters ! We have a 1955 Sir0pson Crew bus that would make a dandy hunting trailor. also more low priced cars on our lot . . . Jim Pauhy Ino, Phone 426-8231 Dealership - 5th & Railroad Used Cars - 5th & Cola BOYS 8 THROUGH 11... !! TIME IS RUNNING OUT , . , GET IN ON OUR BIG PUNT, PASS & KICK COMPETITION TODAY! WIN! Warm-up jacketsl Helmets! Foot; balls signed by the champion NFL punters, passers and kickers; PLUS a trip to an NFL game (Mum and Dad go, too)! AND, "Tour of Champions" (with both parents) to the White House . . . to Dearborn, Mich- igan, and to the 1963 NFL Championship game to compete for national PP&K cham- pionship! Compete onlywith boys your own age. No body contact. GET FREE! Punt, Pass & Kick instruction folder written by three top pros' An "Action-Picture" ring' AND, a 1963 Ford Televiewer----handy guide with line-ups of NFL teaw.s on TV this fall! You must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian to registor. (Registration closes October 11.) BRING DAD . . . GET FULL DETAILS AT JIM PAULEY INC. 501 Railroad A00,e\>