"
Newspaper Archive of
Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
News of Mason County, WA
Mason County Journal
Get your news here
October 10, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
PAGE 16     (16 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 16     (16 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
October 10, 1963
 

Newspaper Archive of Shelton Mason County Journal produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




PACE 16 SI-IELTON--MAgON COUNTY JOURNAL--- Publishedin Christmastown, U.Z:A:", Shelton, Washington Thur,day, LOWE LEADS CLIMBERS TO BIG WIN OVER T-BIRDS; WALKER RUNS BACK ANOTHER PUHT Game-by-game 'the idea is ger- ' .... ......... g]ound as he faked a hnnd-off to minating that the Shelton High- climbers are going to have a great deal to say about where the 1963 Olympic lcague football pennant flies. That thought warn, potently fer- tilized Friday night as the Climb- ers swept to their" third straight victory of the season while smash- ing Tumwater's 3-game winning skein, 25-6, at Tumwater in a non- conference tune-up for four com- ing championship struggles. Three touchdowns in the second quarter sewed it up for Coach Bob Sund's grtdmen. THE ICE-BREAKER was a pa- tented Highclimber goal-crossing punt return. Bob Walker did it for the second time this year, , u =,, , HUNTERS BREAKFAST Mary M. Knight School SAT., OCT. 12 4:00 to 9:00 A.M. Benefit Forest Festival Princess Adults 75 - Eamilies of 3-$1.90 Family 4-$2.30 - Family 5-$2.70 Family 6-$3.00 Children 35-50 iq i Ol.npic Leagm V L T pf pa SHELTON ............ 1 0 0 21 12 North ...................... 1 0 0 18 0 Pt. Angeles .............. 0 1 0 12 21 South ...................... 0 1 0 0 18 Central ................... 0 0 0 0 0 East .......................... 0 0 0 0 0 Last 'Week Shelton 25. Tumwater 6 North 18. South 0 Central 25. Port Townsend 7 West 28. East 0 Pt. Angeles 32, Bainbridge 0 This Frida.y Shelton t Central North at East South at Port Angeles LEAGUE SCOR, ING 'td pat ttl Carlson NK ................. :.. 2 0 '12 Harrison PA .................. 2 0 12 art S .............................. 1 1 7 "vValk er S ...................... 1 O 6 Clary S ......................... 1 0 6 Klein NK ...................... 1 0 6 Lowe S .......................... 0 1 1 Brickert S .................... 0 1 1 Totals .......................... 8 3 51 ---- t Lit r,, rambling 65 yards. The light-foot- ed senior leather-lugger took Tumwater's first punt of the game on his own 35, headed toward the fight sidelines, gave a bit of Q Amino Guns new & used All Gear Enjoy "Home Cooking" In The Woods Armour's Star.Lile Foods Complete meals, tasty, easy to fix, light to pack, no refrigeration! You'll like 'am! WINGARD'S SPORT SHOP on Mt. View r  r i , - Don Clary, then found a clear path alo'ng the chalk-mark as he went all the way on the second play of the period. Naturally, excellent blocking is a requisite for this play and Walker got it. particu- larly from Mike Brickert at a crit- ical moment. This was Walker's last play of the game. however, for he injured a leg muscle and played no more. Fred Lamont, junior fullback wound up a 44-yard Climber move- meet. which started with a short. out-of-bounds Tumwater punt, by punching the middle of the T- Bird line for 15 yards in two cracks, the last for nine yards. However, junior halfback Tommy Lowe made the important contri- bttion With a 29-yard scamper which started right through the middle but 'veered shaI)ly to the left as he hit the secondary and pulled loose from two or three seemingly inescapable tacklers. This went from the 39 to the 10. Lowe promptly lost five on the next play, setting up Lamont's effort. Lowe slipped-through the middle for the conversion, the night's only successful extra-point effort in five opportunities. ONLY THREE PLAYS after the kickoff jnnior gamrd Jim Richards sUrrounded a Tumwater fumble and it took the Climbers only two plays to go the 47 yards. Clary clipped bff 17 on a duplicate of Lowe's era'liar long run except he cut to the right after getting .through 'the line. then Lowe came back with a crack at right tackle, Cut wide to the right once past the line, and he was gone for the 30 yards to paydi. So for the second straight game. the Climb- ers took a 3-touchdoWn lead off the field at .half time. Richards again Crashed open the door to opportunity late in the third 'quarter by intercepting a pass on Tumwater's 37. Tlm Climbers ground this one out in short pieces, except for the scoring play, taking six moves to reach the 12. There Lowe took a handoff from quarterback Brian Brickert, faded to his right on an intended pass, but when he found no open receivers Tommy turned suddenly to his left and simply outran the sucking T-Bird defense to hit the extreme corner Of the end zone before a hand was laid -- i ii i i Ii i GOING HUNTING. YOU ARE WELCOME to try our Grays Harbor, ClaHam and SouhHarbor Tree arms, Trees aren't the onlycrop that well-managed :forest lands provide -/here trees grow, you'll ied deer, elk.andher wildlife. STOP BY any Rayonieroffice. !Master maps will be on display showing in detail oll tee form roads, rivers end stream systems. 6ate :locations and Controlled access areas will also be shown. NEW HUNTING MPS, poc size, ore now available free - write for one if you cadttop by.i CLOSED AREAS will be few. SoWne roads must be closed or travel restricted because df logging o other opera- tional reasons. These danger areas will be shown on master maps. MULTIPLE USE - The taee !frms that grow trees for preduct use, provide payrolls, pay taxes - these same lds can also furnish outdoor recreation at its best! HUNTING? You're wdlcome at Rayonier! Hoquiom -- HUNT SAFELY AY00O N I E I N C O R PORATED Port Angeles -- Shelton -- Sappho -- Seattle I CEHTRALIA WIN; JAGS HERE FRIDAY EVE BLAZERS STAY UHBEATEH, EKE OUT 7-6 ,IUNIOR IIIGII" ,STANDINGS_," ' ante ()f the .'scson. . the Blazels, " '. Neither team got inside lhe oth- RiCE EIGENMAH w L T l ff pa came to life long enough to sub-er's 25 at any other time during ; l i' ' Miller .................... 3 0 0 63 13 due a stubborn Centralia junior the contest even though Shelton CLiP :600 SERIES MEN'S INDUSTRIAL W L Clary Trucking ................ 13 7 20th Cent. Thriftwa-y ...... 12 8 Cole's Mobil Service ...... llV.- 8 Canteen .............................. 11 }fi 8} Pantorium Cleaners ...... 9 Ii Shelton Motors ................ 9 II Lumbermen's Mere .......... 8 12 Morgan Transfer . ........... 6 14 High game- Wally Eigenman 222. High series--Ray Rice 622, Wal- ly Eigenman 603. 20th Century Thriftway had the disconcerting experience of losing its share of first place in the men's Industrial bowli,g league last week in spite of a pair of 600 series rolled by its personnel. Ray Rice banged 622 (218-193- 211) and Wally Eigenman 603 (193-I88-222, to lead the grocers to a 3-1 victory over Cole's Mo- bil Service (Gary Clary 522), but Clary Trucking, with a 515 high series by Wayne Clary, scmed a clean sweep success against Mor- gan Trafisfer (Jim Simmons 533) to grab the leagnm lead. In the other matches, Pantorium (Ken Fredson 532 took a 3-1 ver- dict from L.M. (Buck Mackey 525) and Canteen (Less Crossan 527} dueled to a draw with Shelton Mo- tors (Bus Calkins 551). on him. THE THUNDERBIRDS, who had run np 71 points in three pre- vious successes, finally got on the scoreboard about mid-way through the final period while a predom- inantly resem, e Climber lineup was manning the defenses. Quarter- back Jim Ishihara. whose vaunted passing ability had failed to man- ifest itself, headed left on an op- tion play, cut through tackle and came back to the right, threading his way through a maze of Shel- ton defenders as he dashed 49 yards to the goal An attempted plaeekiek on the conversion was weak. Statistically, the game was much closer than the score, the Climbers having only a 234 to 222 edge in net overall yardage (185 to 200 on the ground and '49 to 22 passing), and 12 first downs to 11. That ground yard- age would have been greater but Shelton was charged with a 24- yard loss on a bad pass from cen- ter on a 4th-down punt play which turned the ball over to Tnm- water on Shelton's five. However. the T-Birds had time for only one play and made only four yrds on it before the game ended. Shelton's line performed super- bly, led by Steve Anstey, Jim Richards, Brian Snyder and-Bill @tone "The 150-]b Anstey out- Charged his 195-Ib. opposing tackle all night. - TII Scoring \\; Shelton .................. 0 19 6 0 -25 Tumwater .............. 0 0 0 6-- 6 Touchdowns: Shelton -- Walker (65,punt returm. Lamont (9, run), Lowe 2 (30. run and 12, run). Tumwater --- Ishihara (49, rut/). Conversions: Shelton Lowe (run). Lineups: Sheiton: E-Orr, Kieburtz, Chase, M. Brickert, Barnes, Hembroff; T-Snyder, Batstone, Jeffery; To- nay, Latham. Mason; G-Riehards, Anstey, LaBresh, Ritner, ]bugger, Rutledge, C-S. Archer, Sheedy, Downing; Q-B. riekert, Powell, B. Archer; HB-Clary, Lowe, D. John- son, Olson, Wagner, M. Johnson, Miller; FB-Valker, Hurst, Lamont. Statlstics S T First Downs .................. 12 11 Rushing gains ............ 225 220 Rushing losses .............. 40 20 Passing gains ................. :49 22 Passes attempted .......... 4 10 Passes- completed .......... 3 3 Interceptions :by .......... 2 0 Rushing plays .............. 4 3 40 Punts ........................ 2/33.5 3/27.3 Penalties .................. 3/25 2/20 Fumbles ...................... 1L 2L 1R Individual Gain, SHELTON .......... 2 0 1 Hoquiam ............. 1 0 1 Washington ........ 2 1 0 Jefferson ........... 0 2 0 Centralia .............. 0 2 0 Hopkins .............. 0 3 0 Last Veek Shelton 7. Centralia 0 Washington 7. Jefferson 0 Miller 18. Hopkins 7 Today Centralia at Washington Hopkin at Hoqmam Friday Nit'lt Jefferson at Shelton 47 7 19 14 35 ]2 6 33 0 26 7 72 Despite their poorest perform- high team 7-0. Friday afternoon rolled up 150 yards in the second at Centralia. half for an over-all edge of 175 Logey and apparently self-sat- to 46 yards and eight first downs isfied, the B]azers produced only to four. 25 yards in the first half to find Although no pleased in general themselves with a scoreless stale- with his team's performance. mate on their hands. They fired up as the second half started and seared the second time they held the ball. going 47 yards in two plays after taking a punt. Bob Masteller started it with 12 yards on a slant through right tacide, then Mike Carper hit the other side on the same play for 35 yards and the seore. Chief Clayton kicked the extra point. GRID RARITY--Good placekickers are a mighty rare item in junior high football but this year's Blazer squad has a promising prospect coming along in the person of Chief Clayton (1). He has booted five-out-of-seven points-after-touchdown so far this year. Jim Olson (11) sets the ball up for him and Jim Borst (left) centers it back.-Fans likely will see this combination in action in Friday night's benefit game against Jefferson on Loop Field starting at-8:00 o'clock. ROBERTSON ROCKS 625 SIMPSON :SUM SIMPSON MEN" W L Mill 2 .................................... 15 5 Loggers .................................. 13 7 Railroad ................................ 12 8 Engineers .............................. 11 9 Loaders .................................. 9 11 Insulating Board .................. 8 12 Mill 1 ...................................... 7 13 Shops ...................................... 4 16 High games Aub Blockberger, and Glen Robertson. each 222. High series Glen Robertson 625 Glen Robertson rapped a 625 series in Simpson men's bowling league play last week. surround- inga 197 middle game with 206 and 222 covers. The effort led the Engineers to a 3-1 victory over Insulating Boad (Wally Eigenman 503). Two other decisions went by the 3-1 route, too. Loggers (Norm Castle 484) disposed of Shops (Roy Petty 486). and Loaders (Chris Fischer 553) knocked off Railroad (Aud Blockberger 562). The 4th match wound up in a 2-2 stalemate between Mill 1 (Glen Laugen 497) and Mill 2 (Eldon Todd 516). IEN'S COEIERCIAL W L Ziegler's Camera Shop ...... 15 5 Wilson Company .............. 12 8 Wingard:dport Shop .......... 11 9 Moose Lodge ..................... :] 0 10 Ritner's Broiler .................. 9 11 B & R Oil .............................. 9 11 Verle's Sporting Goods ...... 8 12 Gait Oil .................................. 6 14 High games--Eldon Todd 234, Bob Tu#nler, GerryHart, each 224. Bud Knutzen 222, Cec Bingham 221. High totalBob Turner 598. Ritner's 4 (Bob Turner 59), Verle's 0 (Bob Cleveland 511); Ziegler's 3 (Ed Hurd 571). Wilson 1 (Gene Lindberg 547); Wingard's 3 (Eldon Todd 578}, Moose 1 (Cec Bingham 573); Gait 2 (Del Hart- Well 49). B & R 2 (Fred Snel- grove 588). HUNTERS BREAKFAST $1 Plate - Starts 4:30 a;m. 1 Yhermos bottles filled SAT.-SUN., OCT. 12-13 Middle Skokomish Community Hall ' 4 rl- i, I  I ii i i i " i C yg yl ave. Lowe ...................... 9 86 5 9 0 Lamont ........ : ........... 13 36 q) 2:8 Clary ...................... 6 38 0 6.3 Brickei, t .................. 7 15  1.0 Olson ...................... 2 10 2 4.0 Walker .................... 2 8 0 4.0 M. Johnson ............ 1 1 0 1.0 Hurst ...................... I 2 0 2.0 Archer ................... 1 0 0 0.0 T6tals ........... e...42 22 15 5.0 Passing A C I yds, PoWell ...................... 2 1 0 '21 Brickert .................. 1 1 0 19 Lowe ........................ 1 1 0 9 Totals .................. 4 3 0 '49 :: We leave your rIveway neat and clean...weprotect your lawnsand shrub Coach Bill :Brickert had praise for the defense. Carper gained 75 yards on nine carries, Masteller 34 on 5. Tom Marshall 19 on 5. Skip Purvis 8 on 5. Jim Biehl 16 on 4. Clay- ton 4 on 2, and Jim Olson 5 on 1. Brickert gave starting assign- ments to Rollie Duckham and Bob Erickson. ends; Dave Gunter and Dave Armstrong, tackles: .Don Armstrong and Dan Wood. guards; Jim BorsL center: Chief Clayton, quartet'; Mike Carper and Jim Biehl. halfbacks: and Skip Pur- vis. fullback. He relieved with Jan Armstrong and Rick Marshall. ends: Gary Cameron. tackle; Carter Daug- herty, George Williams and Jay Cook guards; John ambo. center: Jim Olson. quarter; Tom Marshall and Bob Masteller. halfbacks; and Kelly Masteller, fullback. Another 15 players saw action in a scoreless "fifth quarter" fol- lowing the regular game. Copied- but never matched ,EVERGREEN FUEL 0. 319 South First St. 426-2261 - i i HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE XV L Ronnie's ............................ 17 7 Hood Canal Marina ........ 15 9 Shelton Union Service ..14 10 Shelton Marine Supply ..12% 11 Ball's Food Center ....i ..... 10 " 14 B & W Marina ................ 9 141/ Jim Pauley Inc ............... 9 15 Mell Chevrolet ...... 9 15 High game--Verna Johanson 195. Split picks--Alice Kopperman, 5-6-10. Stella Howard 3-7-10. Gla- dys Nelson 4-5-7, Ellen Rebman 5-10. Canal Marina 4 Marian Hender- son 420), Jim Pauley Inc. 0 (Ver- ha Johanson 491: Ronnie's 4 (Ed- ith Levett 482, Shelton Union Service 0 (Stella Howard 448); Shelton Marine 3 (Sybil Sampson 420), Meli Chevrolet 1 (Pat Nor- een 360); Ball's Food 3 Vera Bi- shop 460), B & W 1. (Betty Dean and Edith Walter, each 417}. Water-Repellent Leather Uppers "Sweat-Proof", Flexible Split Leahher Insoles, Traction-Tred Cushion Crepe Wedge Soles COMING OCT. KINK OF K MATINEE sUN, |00EW FR I.-SAT.-C OPENS 6:45- HURLING " HIM TO "tHE EDGE OF SPACE.. FREEZING HER THE EDGE OF TIMEI )t Easlman COLOR HUHT ATTEHT A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. SHOE DEPARTIU Operated by Christenscn's for Shoes, SCHOOLS HOMES IAYROLL $ $OVERNM[HT HUNTING SEASON Nimrods in the Shelton Working Circle will welcome the news that Simpson Timber Company forest lands again will be open to sportsmen. We wish hunters success and ask their co- operation in protecting forests, propery and their fellow man. With theexception of new roads that are too soft and other roads where active logging is being conducted, all Simpson Olympic Tree Farm roads will be open. A few active logging roads will not be closed down and we ask that you watch out for men and equipment. Although fire danger is low at this time, a few hot days can dry the woods out ra,pidly. Please remember: by protecting timber you also protect game. RELY ON SIMPSON TIMBER COMPANY Founded in Shelton in 1890 Douglas Fir and VCestern Henflock Lumber, Acoustical. Insulating and Hardboard products. Plywood and Doors. t