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17, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Chrktmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 7 FOOTBALL EXPERTS--(front, from left) Carl Walker, 9, second place, in their divisions of the PRIZE WlNNERS--(front, from left) first, Rocky Nutt, second, Bobby in the 10-year-old division and (back) Donald Query, second, and Don Turnout Listed Despite Elimination Bracket; 3 Repeaters Among Winners fact that Chimacum is the smallest elimination of one tLe third annual kick contest spun- County boys by Inc. drew a record 110 participants Sun- were (first place jacket, second helmet, third place football) : Gary Stites Donald Query 70- Pierson 46-83- -- Paul Wit- Rocky Nutt Bobby Turner 62- Carl Roush r 43-6? 2. Nelson 44-45-54-- --- John Eager Mike Bcnson 26- Rank 38-32-44 lese vlnner are re- ,st year. John Eager took first and sec- y in the 7- ast year (the age this year), and was third last year ran hi this with the excep- which " Starts 4:30 a.m. ]s filled OCT. 19-20 Hall "'RAI6HT BOURBON WH151 AEI) EIGHT  yFR IN CASI( HEALTHY HIGHCLIMBERS HOST SOUTH KITSAP FRIDAY NIGHT i equalled [ IN MASON COUNTY "The Bulldogs did it. again. They school they will play. Next week- not only lost their 13th football to youngsters have been practicing,  mmp,mmn,aum,m,muauuum,mmmmmmmm'wuumuuamumJ - '  '  :   - j ] game in a row. this time 38-0 to Sequim and the following week, it appears. All hands appear to be able in the Higbclimber football camp as Coach Bob Sund lays plans to trap the South Kitap Wolves. I who invade Loon Field this Fri- day night for an Olympic Lea- gue game. Having a lean hospital list is a novelty for Sund this season. but the boils and leg injuries which seriously reduced his manpower last wek have cleared up nicely and his squad is at virtually full strength for the South fracas this week. The onlv somewhat dotgbtful war- rlor is junior tackle Gene Toney, a boil victim. His status is not cer- tain at this writing. However. junior tackle Bill Bat- stone, a starter whenever he has been ready, is recovered from his severe boil attack and will be av- ailable, although Sund indicated he probab!v wouldn't start this week. Neither will Bob V, ralker. a le ginjury victim last week. al- though he. too is recovered and ready for service. SUND PROBABLY will use vir- tually the same lineup which per- formed so valiantly against Cen- tral last week with one backfield switch. Don Clary, a regular star- ter who didn't because of a ten- der leg last week, is hale again and will resume his halfback spot ooposite Tom Lowe. Kelly Hurst, senior fullback, gets the starting call again this week as a result of his fine performance at Central even though regular starter Fred Lamont, another boil casualty, is ready. Brian Brickert p==. _ ...................... Roush 9, and John Eager, 8, first place winners in punt-pass-and-kick contest Sunday, Scott Nelson, will be at quarter. ,.son nlro, ]]-year-o,o OlViSlOn OT the tnlrl " ' .... " ' ' wen horn too e rl and ........... the,r age d,v=s,ons and (back) Gene Rank, 8, th,rd 9, th=rd place winner, t e a y annual punt-pass-ano-Kicg Tootoau contest spon- . .... , - sored by Jim Pauley, Inc. last Sunday. place; M=ke Benson, 8, second place, andD,ck mmsed gettng rote the p,cture_. ..... LURES EM ' ,L @/'-7 ni ITDnn ........................... N ORTH Bulldogs MASON Bothered BySPORTS Logo NEWS ]tlAe e li] Lnati I I k r- vv v  Another Shutout To Chimacum Cowboys on Win 3rs =l m,.v..,=,ax/_- , _...tX,,,xlkl, By Dennis Shelly fact hat .himacun is t . smal 1962 count The ---._1 sch( t th y will pl y. 1 xt w x_.'..li. end. the iJulldogs will travel UP FRONT, Sund figures he will go with the same combination of Run Orr and Mike Brickert at end& Bob 3effery and Brian Sny- der at tackles, Steve Anstey and Jim Richards at guards, and Steve Archer at center. South, which hasn't scored a point in its last three games, is IN ALL BUT ONE instance the winner piled up their most points in the passing and place-kicking events. John Eager. however, did his best in the two kicking events. In the scoring above the points are for punts, passes, place kicks in that order. Bob Walden. salesman at Jim Pauley Inc.. was contest director, assisted by company employes Bus Einarson. Red Joslin and Jerry Medley on measurements. High- climber coach Bob Sund as start- er, Blazer coach Walt Clayton score announcer, varsity football DEER OPENER POOR Scanty reports indicate last weekend's opening" of the big game hunting season was disappointing. At Wingard's Spor Shop only one deer. a 125-1b. forked horn shot by Don Wilson in the Mat- lock area. was reported. And Verle's Sporting Goods couldn't top it. having only a spike killed by Mrs. Phil Stoppler in the Mat- lock area to report. John Gregory, 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Miller. bag- ged a 3-point buck opening day while hunting with his father near layers BOb Walker, Tom Lowe Camp Govey d Bob Jeffery ball retrievers. And that's the extent of the re- Terry Joslin ball cleaner, Clint Willour announcer, and Bill Dickie scorekeeper. Winning scores in this contest now will be compared with simi- lar contests held throughout the state to determine regional win- ners leading to national finals held during the National Pro Football League's championship playoff game. MIXED FOURSOMES Twisters ............................ 16 8 Timber Ducks .................. 15V 8,, Board Busters .................. 14 10 Odd Balz .......................... 12 12 What's Next ...................... 11 12/2 Knock Ous ...................... 11 13 Strippers .......................... 9/ 14 Pin Busters ...................... 6 17 High games--Ira Cook 167, Dean Smith 201. High series Jo Wentz 450, Dean Smith 529. * $ * Board Busters 3 (Chuck Thomp- son 471}, Timber Ducks 1 (Clyde Landsaw 522); Twisters 3 (Don Knudsen 410), Pin Busters 1 (Gene Geist 452; Knock Outs 3 (Dean Smith 529). Strippers 1 (Corky Dickinson 4583; Odd Balz .3 (Jo Wentz 450), What's Next? 1 Hank Boysen 471). 8 ported kills. Hunters are doing well on grouse but pheasants seem almost non- existent. And the duck flights aren't heavy enough yet to make the migratory waterfowl hunting too attractive yet, along with the mild weather. Better luck came to county school superintendent Bill Good- paster and Dr. George LeCompte, Shelton physician, on their annual moose hunting trip to British Co- lumbia. In spite of the fact that hot weather drove them out a Week earlier than they planned they came home with two moose and one deer after only two days hunting in the Swif River region near Quenell. They returned Monday, driving 16 hours straight to save the meat from the unseasonal heat. SOME FISH CAUGHT While the spotlight turned on hunting, fishing action was on the light side. too. Silvers provided the bulk of the takes for salmon seekers with Ralph Hilligoss' ll-pounder out of Hoodsport topping the list. He als() had one at 8/ lbs. Close be- hind was Bob Erhart's 10-0, with others going to Lee Erhart 8-0. Les Dewe V 5-8, and Bud Alexan- der 4-0 and 6-0, with Bill Gibson breaking" the routine with a 6-0 YEARS OLD Inlet area Lee Carlson came up with a pair of silvers at 8-13 and 6-8 whire Ray Collins picked off a dandy 3-lb. s&arun cutthroat. RECREATION REPORT Shelton Ranger District -- A new road is being constructed to the Dennie Ahl Seed Orchard. Both campgrounds were filled with hunters last weekend. Opening day of deer season brought a great number of hunters to the district. I Reports indicate a fair kill. All hunters are reminded the National Forest is theirs to enjoy but also to keep clean Itaodsport Ranger District -- A limited number of deer were laken from National Forest Land l last weekend despite the many hunters in this area. The damp, cool weather should improve hunt- ing conditions. All roads are open and in good condition Camp- grounds experienced ligit use dur- ing opening weekend of deer sea- son Oarl, Tom Top I00 In Retarded Pin Play Carl Bloomfield and Tom Kunkle have hit above 100 pins consist- ently in retarded childrens bowl- ing 'activity so far this season at Shelton Recreation. Carl had games of 105 and 113 on opening day Sept. 28 while Tom had games of 90 and 115 the same day, 116 and 141 Oct. 5 and 117 end 89 Oct. 12. Carl's teammates on Team 1 are Bobby Neimeyer (83-62-80- 90-76-95). Jimmy Smith (71-53), Terry Stidd (58-35-36-20-29-25), and'Randy Chapman (48-33-53-63- 59-84). Tom's teammates on Team 2 are Bobby Kimbel (50-61-44-73), JimmyTibi3ets (31-32-43-40, Joan Bashaw (24-16-40-28}. David Cas- tle (48-46-45-26) and Linda Kane (31-15). '0095 4/5 QT. Code No. 572 F blackmouth. In the Oakland Bay-Hammersley Ahlquist, Ferrier, Knulzen Bang GO0 Gily League Series MEN'S CITY LEAGUE V L Beckwith Jewelry ............ II 7 Shaub Ellison .................. 10V,o 7Vz Wilson Company ............ 10 8 Simpson Timber .............. 9 9 Prepp'.s Rexall Store ...... 8, 9% 40 & 8 .............................. 8 10 Frisken Oil ...................... 8 10 John's Richfield .............. 7 11 High games Stan Ahlquist 234, Ed White 225. High series--Stan Ahlquist 629, A1 Ferrier 613 Bud Knutzen 605. Stan Ahlquist and Bud Knutzen downed their second 600 series in five nights, and were joined by A1 Ferrier Monday at Shelton Rec Lanes. to give the men's city league a big" evening for its rec- ords. Start racked a 203-192-234 string for a 629 total as he paced Shaub- Ellison to a 2/-! ',) victory over John's Richfield Service (John Long 503), while Bud and A1 pool- ed their efforts for a 3-0 victory which barged Beckwith Jewelry into first place. A1 hit 613 on his 199, 214 and 200 games while This Is Going Too Far BeingGood Host Shelton's Timber Bow] team was an uncommonly hospitable host Sunday, letting their hosts get away with seven of the eight points in the Evergreen Travel- ing Bowling league. Aberdeen took the rearming round by 4-0. league leading Ho- quiam the afternoon series, 3-1. Stan Ahlquist topped Shelton scor- ing in the morning with a 541 ser- ies. Ray Rice the afternoon per: formance With a 571. Big series were rolled by Lee Wilson of Lacey with a 642 and a 601 for a 1243 for the day, Clyde Taylor of Lacey with a 659 (and a 253 game). Jack Rossman of Hoquiam at 663 and 602 for a 1265. FI{ATERNAL LEAGUE W I Kiwanis Club ...................... 17 7 Fuller Construction .......... 15 9 Moose Antlers .................. 14 10 Eagles Aeries ...................... 14 10 Bull /V[oose .......................... 13 11 Lions Club .......................... 10 14 Shelton Hardware .............. 7 17 Rotary Club  ...................... 6 18 High ga.nes---Lionel Leman 231, Charlie SaVage 224. High series---Lionel Leman 590. WOMEN's CITY LEAGUE IV L Morgan Transfer .......... 14 6 Sunbeam Bread ................ 13 7 Bud had. 213-211-181 for a 605 in, overwhelming Wilson Company I Polka Dot ....................... 12 8 (Dan Wilson 532). Bud and A1 McConkey Drug Cent...10fi 9}.5 were joined by Clarence Jagnow Lumbermen's Mm,o in in and Cliff Howard who hit 201 and l Shelton I=totel .,.[.[.'[.[.. [[[[[:9 11[ 200 for a second game team score I ]hllo's Diner " " 6 a of 1040 for the jewelers. Hoodsport Lurrli)er[[[[[[[[[[ 5 i,i Frisken Oil (Jess Daniels 476) rngn game--Mary Ann Besch and Simpson Timber (Don Brown 200. 489) were odd game victors over High series--MaT Ann Besch Prepp's Rexall (Ed White 524) and 531. 40 & 8 (Gale Albrecht 551) in the Split picks-. Bey Lyman 5-10, other pairings. Vera Lowe 5-7. " an enigma. The Wolves look stron- ger than that and could be muster- ing a head of steam which may explode at any moment. They are strong defensively on the ground the Chimacum Cowboys, but they also haven't scored once this year. The season is half over, with Chim- acum offering the Bulldogs the best chance for a victory. The Cowboys had donned their spurs for the opening of the game played at the Jefferson County ]V[emorial Stadium. Chimicum maintained the opening drive of the game for five first dos and a touchdown. They halted the Bull- dog attack by forcing them to punt. They again sported a fierce drive for the goal line, and tallied a second time. just before the close of the first quarter. The dejected Bulldogs ti'ied in vain to put across a sc0re'."Joht a 15-yard penalty rocked them off their heels. They were forced to punt and a Cowboy blitz overran NM blockers and the punt was blocked. The Chimacum team got possession of the ball on the Bull- dogs' 16-yard line. They scored easily. Again the Bulldog attack was foiled and punted the ball. This time the Cowboys fumbled the ball away, but the Bulldogs were unable to capitalize on the opporhmity since there was only a half-miuute in the half. The second lmlf the Bulldogs were defeusively tougher, but they floundered when the Cowboys took to the air. North Mason punted once, and fumbled the ball away two other times in the third quar- ter, Chimacum lost the ball twice on downs before scoring. In the fourth quarter, the Cowboys scor- ed twice, once on a beautiful 50- yard pass and run by halfback Dick Morgan. Altogether. there were five pen- a2ties, five punts (all by NM). and five fumbles. The Bulldogs gave a horrible performance despite the they will play host to Forks for the all-important homecoming game. Score by Quarters NM .............. 0 0 0 0--00 Claim ....................... 13 7 6 12---38 'touchdowns Chim.) Morgan, 13-yd. run; Shold, 26-yd. pass; Peterson, 2-yd. pass; Morgan, 5-yd. pass: Morgan, 50-yd. pass; Peterson, 5-yd. rim. Conversions Chim.) Nelson. 2-yd. pass; Shold 2-yd. pass. Team Statistics NM CHIM First downs .................. 3 15 .by rushing .................. 3 12 by passing .................. 0 3 b, penalties .............. 0 0 Rushing plays ................ 37 46 yards gained .............. 107 213 yards lost .................. 57 31 net yards gained ...... 50 182 Passes attempted .......... 0 16 Passes completed .......... 0 9 intercepted .................. 0 0 Yards gained pass ......... 0 167 Total ne yards .......... 50 349 Total plays .................... 37 62 Fumbles .......................... 2 3 Ball lost .......................... 2 1 Pnnts .......................... 5/126 0/0 Penalties .................... 4/33 I715 BANTAM LEAGUE W L Shelton Journal ................ 9 3 Jay-Birds .......................... 8 4 Timber Bowl .................. 6fi 5fi Conk Plant Farm 6 6 VFW Auxiliary ..:::::::::::: 5 6V2 Wilson Mill ...................... 5 7 ]Villour Insurance ........... 5 7 Lions Club ...................... 3 9 High games--Sue Speece 107, Chnck Thompson 146. High series -Betty Bloomfield 198, Chuck Thompson 272. but got hurt in the air in losing to Port Angeles last week. This is one the Climbers can't let down against and hope to preserve their undefeated status. The Climbers are beginning to smell the sweet scent of cham- pionship and in a league like this well-balanced Olympic Peninsula circuit there is no place for easing up against even the lowliest. The Climbers are just half-way through their schedule now with four straight triumphs behind them. Ahead are South. North, Ul ZOOOOOOOOOOOOOM Plymouth has) Our new Plymouth has up to 365 horsepower worth of Zooooooooooooom (optional, of course). That's important to some people. Others don't feel they need that much Zoom. They stick with the high performance of our standard V-8, or the economy of our standard six. Chehalis and East Breme]tnn in successive weeks, all at home ex- cept the non-conference trip to Chehalis. 5'IEASURES TAKEN TO ItALT BOILS OUTBREAK - Emergency measures to control the outbre'ak" of boils wtlich has plagued the Higlaclimber football squad this season have been taken through the use of strong disin- fectants, most of it donated to the school by interested fans and par- ents. At the instigation of Maz'v An- stey and Bill Batstone, and. with the advise of Dr. Wayne "Carte. several gallons of a par,ularly strong disinfectant soap to kill body bacteria have been purchased by donations from Apex Grocery, Mamie's Grill. Stewart's Foo(llin- er, Kurt Mann Real Estate. IT)or- an's Shell Service. and the Ro- tary and Kiwanis Clubs. The showers and dressing room used by the squad are also-being washed down by a Creosol solution and a special disinfectant sNntion prepared by Prepp's Rexall Store is being sprayed on the pads and uniforms of all players. What is causing the ra, sh of boils, and other infections, .which have sidelined more than'half a dozen of the top varsity players at various times during the first half of the season is something no one has been able to defermine definitely so far. Seals Seek Entry To Sunken 3- Master On Discovery Bay FloOr =00TS  PINT Code No. 572 P LKER'S D00:LUXE Straight Bourbon Whiskey in taste, uncommonly good - GHT BOURBON WHISK[Y 8G.8 PROOF ttlRAM WALK[R 8 SOHS IN0., P[ORll, ILL. The Shelton Diving Club is scheduled to meet with the Brem- erton "Se. Raiders" next Sunday at Discovery Bay. The two clubs will pool eforts to attempt to gain entry into the crew quarters of an old three masted sailing ship which sank in the bay in the late 1800's and has defied all efforts to do so in the past. The cabin .is con- structed of a very heavy, and dense wod, which is almost im- possible to cut. A group of Oregon divers took a couple of nice Ling Cod while in the area around Restwhile Boat- house Sunday. At 10 p.m. Saturday night, the Hood Canal Seals men's c0mpeti- tire team took to the canal for a little night diving" to keep in con- dition for the forthcoming, meets. \\;hile diving, they managed to grab by hand, a few shrimp, which were welt received by the waiting wves, and tasted wonderful GOIN' HUNTING? GET ACCIDENT INSURANCE FOR YOUR TRIP! Whether you're away from home one day or longer, up to 6 " months, you can have continuous protection on land, sea and in the air with Trip Travel Accident insurance. Rates are low. For slight additional cost you can have insurance protection for your hunting equipment and other personal belongings you take with you. Angle Agency What's important to you .... no matter how you like your power.., is a car that's designe d to make the best possible use of it. Power-hungry or not, test-drive the new Plymouth. Then you'll know why we say, "Get up and go Plymouth." It does.., and you should. PA/ KIHBEL MOTORS, iNC. Herb Angle Angle BId. 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