"
Newspaper Archive of
Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
News of Mason County, WA
Mason County Journal
Get your news here
October 17, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
PAGE 13     (13 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 13     (13 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
October 17, 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.




October 17. ].963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in (Christmastown, U.,g.A.", Shelton, Washington SPORTS int e 60UBLE-O PASS (GLSON-ORR) SALVAGES HEART-STOPPER Les Joslin Coast Life Insurance 627 Summit Dr. 426-6373 For a nerve-frazzler you&apos;ll go a long way to beat Shelton's 13-7 Olympic League victory over Cen- tral Kitsap Friday at "Silverdale. After outplaying the Cougars from Hades to eternity, Bob Sund's unbeaten Highelimbers found themselves 10 seconds away from their first defeat of the season, trailing on the scoreboard by a 7-6 count. ii I They trailed in nothing else, , havin piled np  first dow"ns to 4, 296 yards to 116. Yet they stood 21 yards away from the Cougar goal, 10 seconds from the end of time, and one point short on the scoreboard. Give credit to motion pictures for what happened next. Quarter- back Larry Powell called on Dan Olson to key the play. The senior halfback, a lefthanded thrower, had not tossed a pass all night on the six times he'd carried the ball, running ahvays to the left side. HE STARTED that direction this tin,e, too. Right end Ron Orr ambled"somewhat dis-interestedly into the secondary, drifting a bit toward the right, and soon found himself virtually alone at the five yard line as the defender in that zone sucked to the middle. That's when Olsen suddenly stopped, turned and southpowed the pig- skin sphere into Orr's waiting arms and the senior end stepped into the end zone ahead of the frantic, outmaneuvered, badly- fooled defender's desperate effort to recover. It mattered little that Powell crunched through center for the additional point for there was only time for the ensuing kick-off and one prayerful Central pass, which Dave Johnson knocked down at midfield. . i The victory-snatching play was! one revealed by motion pictm'es IGHT LIGHT Most TANT poor to your education e COSTS SO LITTLE your public utility district rates afford to jeopardize the eyesight and the education of your loved ones by improperly lit study rooms. I You have problems let us help you ::LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALL P.U,D. NO. 3 COLE, president; TOM WEBB, vice president; secretary; JERRY SAMPLES, manager KELLEY HURST ltad It In The Clutch of the previous week's Tumwater game. If the films do nothing else all season they've paid for them- selves, for this very possibly could be the play that wins the 1963 Olympic League championship for the Climbers. SHELTON IIAD scored with consumate ease after receiving the opening kickoff, driving 73 yards in 16 plays during which they racked np five straight first downs. The clincher was a six- yard pass on which Don Clary caught the ball on the one as he teetered on the sideline but man- aged to toe-dance into the very corner of the end zone. It was a beautiful, smartly-executed play on the. junior halfback's part as he grabbed the pass from Tom Lowe. Another pass, from quarterback Brian Brickert to Lowe, was com- pleted but failed to get the two yards for the extra point, a fact which left the Climbers in a, ser- ious predicament later. The Climbers seemed goal-ward bound on their second ownership of the ball, taking a partly-blocked Central punt on the Cougar 41 and driving to the nine before a fumble, though recovered slowed down the momentum and they lost the leather on downs, IN 'iFIE THIRD quarter the Cougars took advantage of a big break to change the complexion of the game completely. Lowe fum- bled a punt and Central recovered on the Shelton 33. A clipping pen- alty set it back to the 48, and an offside cost the Cougars another five. but between the two 131-lb. Len Compton toured his own left end for 24 yards and later ,three passes for four, 10 and 19 yards brought tit(, score. Jerry Tnrner, 170-lb. halfback, banged across the conversion to put Central into the lead which stuck until the final I0 seconds. This was a rock 'era, sock 'era ball game by both teams with ex- cellent performances from many a hero. Among the best was that of senior fullback Kelly Hurst, who. because of the disablements of Bob 'Walker and Fred Lamont. had to go all the way both ways. He carried the sphere 16 times for 48 yards, all through the heavy going in the middle, and it was thht "second effort" he put out which earned several first downs. SENIOR TACKLE Bob Jeffery turned in an outstanding job at linebacker and the Brickert broth- ers, Brian at quarter and Mike in the line. came tip with their finest of the year so far. Brian's running on the quarterback keep- er plays was especially pleasing, earning him 60 yards in 13 carries. Powell, besides directing the winning touchdown drive, played outstanding ball on defense at end. Lowe had another good game on offense, running seven times for 61 yards, completing four of seven passes ,for 32 yards and one touchdown Shelton passing" excelled Fri- day. In 22 lofts (the most they've tried in two years), 10 were corn- 700, Here We Oome! Ahlquis| Gets Near With 680 Pin Series SIMPSON MEN W L 3,q ill 2 ................................... 18 6 lib'oad .............................. 1(3 8 Loggers, ............................... 14 l0 L3aders .................................. 13 11 Engineers .............................. 11. 13 Mill 1 ...................................... 9 15 Insulating Board .............. 8 16 Shops .................................... 7 17 High games--Start Ahlquist 253, 243, Bud Kmltzen 220 High geries-- Stan Ahlquist 680, 't  .............. .udKnut,.on00200: ,, . ....... i:i2 But for a secoud game sag to t 184, 3;outhful Stan Ahlquist had Shelton's first 700 bowling series] in several years in his pocket last Thursday during Simpson men's league play at Shelton Recreation. Around that 184 Stan had a 253 opener and a 243 finish for a 680 final eount. When Stfin let up Floyd Lord and Max Hanlon pro- duced 200 games so Raih'oad coasted to an easy 4-0 trimnph over Insulating Board {Gene Tuck- er 569). Any other night, almost, Bud Knutzen's 628 (206-202-220) would have earned the accolade, but at least it did produce a shutout tri- umph for the Loaders over the Engineers tEd Richards 590) The other matches.went by 3-1 routes, 37Iill 2 (Val Sienko 616) over the Loggers (Norm Castle 506), and ' Shops (Chuck Casey 532) over Mill 1 (Glen Laugen 501). MAJOR LEAGUE Pts. Timber Bow1 .............................. 59 Jim Pauley Inc ....................... 50 Northwest Evergreen .............. 48 LaBissoniere Agency ................ 46 U,, Olson's B & B Shop .............. 45 Dan's Nite Hawks .................. 33 Higil games---Bob Wuench 236, Lloyd Clark 227. High series---Lloyd Clark 599. * :i: *q: LaBissoniere Agency 15 (Jerry Martin 589), Jim Pauley Inc. 8 (Charlie Savage 571), Timber Bowl 7 (L. L. McInelly 568), Olson Barber & Beauty Shop 6 (Lloyd Clark 599), Nite Hawks 6 (Dan Wilson 552), Northwest Ever- green 5 (Ray Rice 549). pleted for 103 yards and both the touchdowns. Five different throw- ers shared the success. The Lineups SHELTON: E---M. Briekert, Orr, Kieburtz, !James; T---Jeffery, Sny- der, Latham: G--Riehards, Anst- ey, Ritner: C--S. Archer, Sheerly; Q--B. Briekert, Powell. B. Archer; H--Lowe. OIson. Clary, D. John- son. Miller: F----Hurst, "Walker. CENTRAL: E Collier, Smiley, Conn, Goins; --Gordon, Riehard- son, Knighton Okoniewski; G-.- Wisbey, Eddy, Peterson. Matson: C---Feltus, Davies; Q---Witt. Aar- dahl; H--Turner. Compton, Bil- lings, Sampson. Jackson; F--Huff. Berg, Wheeler. S('oring Shelton 6 O O 7--13 Central 0 0 7 0-- 7 TD---Shelton: Clary (6, pass from.LoweJ. Orr (21, pass from Olson). Central: Conn (19, pass from Witt J. PAT---She] ton: Powell ( run ). Central: Turner (runJ. STATISTICS S CK First downs ...................... 19 4 Rushing gains .................. 232 119 Rushing losses ...................... 17 36 Passing gains .................. 102 33 Passes attempted .............. 20 8 Passes completed .............. 12 3 Interceptions by .................. 0 2 Rushing plays ...................... 50 28 Punts .......................... 2/36.5 7/32.8 Penalties ............................ 0 3/21 Fumbles ........................ 2R 1L 1R Individual Gains C yg yl net ave. Hurst ................ 16 48 0 48 3.0 Briekert ............ 13 63 5 60 4.5 Lowe .................. 7 61 O 61 8.8 Olson .................. 6 20 1 19 3.2 Clary .................. 6 45 5 40 4.7 Powell ................ 2 1 4 -3 -1.5 Totals ........ 50 232 17 215 4.3 Passing A C I yds. Lowe ......................... 7 4 0 32td Powell ...................... 8 3 1 40 Brickert .................... 5 2 1 10 Olson ........................ 1 1 0 2lid Clary .......................... 1 0 0 0 Totals .................. 22 10 2 103 2 NEW and EXCITING! the '64 Sea-Horse Motors "newest" outboards ever built! V-90 ........ GOLDEN METEOR COMPACT High efhcmncy fuel Induction Four-barrel carburetor Ughfwelght and LOW Elecframafic Drive "Suitcase" carrying handle Alternator/Generator New Shallow Water drive Single lever remote control a/ Tilt Selector ,., Conversaflon Quief " .. and ULTRA-gUIET! Stop in for a FREE demonstration rlde...' J " and tee all 13 Johnson Sea-Horse modaIs... "a full range of power {or any boat,., from 3 to 90 horsepowart AEGER'S MOTOR SHOP on Hillerest THE MIGHTY AND THE MITEY--This is not a father-son foot- ball combination, honest, even though Dave Gunter is bigger than Mike Clary's dad. Dave weighs in at 229 pounds and plays a mighty tough tackle rose for Shelton's junior high football team. Mike, on the other extreme, a 95-pound quarterback, is the small- est player on the Blazer squad. Speaking of his dad, Mike's father is Wayne Clary, who was a bright star of the gridiron for the Shelton Highclimbers not many years ago. Both Dave and Mike are 9th graders. Blazers First ToLose Grid Decision; Jags Spoil Benefit JUNIOR HIGII FOOTBALL W L T i)f Miller ................. 3 0 O 63 Washington ........ 3 1 0 55 Hoquiam .............. 2 0 1 58 SHELTON .......... 2 1 1 47 Jefferson .............. 1 2 0 12 Centralia ............. 0 3 0 6 46 Hopkins ................ 0 4 0 7 111 Last Week Jefferson 6, Shell:on 0 Hoquiam 39. Hopkins 0 Washington 20 C91)tralia 6 Today Shelton at Miller Hopkins at Jefferson Friday Hoquiam at Centralia :l: *& * Stunned by an 85-yard touch- down runback of the opening OLYMPIC LEAGUE W L SHELTON .......... 2 0 E. Bremerton ...... 1 0 North Kitsap ...... I 1 Port Angeles ...... 1 1 0 Central Kitsap .... 0 1 0 South Kitsap ...... 0 2 0 Last %Veek Shelton 13. Central 7 East 21. North 6 Port Angeles 19. South 0 This Friday South at Shelton Port Angeles at East Ccntral at North T pf l)a 0 34 19 0 21 6 0 24 21 31 21 7 13 0 37 LEAGUE SCORING td pat ttl Carlson NK ...................... 3 0 18 ORR S .............................. 2 1 13 Harrison PA .................... 2 O 12 R. Williams E .................. 2 0 12 Enos PA .......................... 2 0 12 CLARY S .......................... 2 0 12 WALKER S ...................... I 0 6 Klein NK .......................... 1 0 6 Brodigan E ...................... 1 0 6 Hunt PA ......................... 1 0 6 Conn CK ............................ 1 0 6 BRICKERT S .................. 0 1 1 LOWE S .......................... 0 1 1 POWELL S ...................... 0 1 1 Turner CK ........................ 0 1 1 Netterfield E .................. 0 1 1 Mount E .......................... O 1 1 Walker E .......................... 0 1 1 Totals ............................. 8 116 i m= . TIDES OF THE WEEK Computed for Hood Canal Oakland Bay tides axe 1 hr. mad 50 rain. later nd plua S.0 It. Frid,y. o00t. High .............. 5:39 a.m. 10,9 ft. Low .............. 11:23 a.m. 4.6 ft. High .............. 5:03 p.m. 10.8 ft. Low . ............. 11:39 p.m. 1.0 ft. Satnrday, Oct. 19 High .............. 6:19 a.m. 11,1 ft. Low .............. 12:01 p.m. 5.2 ft. High .............. a. 4 pro. 10.6 ft. Sunday, Oct. 20 Low .............. 0:10 a.n'. 0.7 ft. High .............. 7:01 a.m. 11.2 ft. Low . ............. 12:40 p.m. 5.9 ft. High ............. 5:47 p.m. 10.3 ft. Monday, Oet. 21 Low ....... i ...... (}:45 a.m. 0.5 ft. High .............. 7 %6 a.m. 11.2 ft. Low .............. 1:23 p.nt. 6.5 ft. High .............. 6:13 p.m. 10.5 ft. Tuesday, Oct. 22 Low . ............. 1:22 a.m. 0.5 ft. High .............. 8:36 a.m 11.1 ft. Low .............. 2:12 p.m. 7.2 ft. High .............. 6:43 p.m. 9.6 ft. Wednesday, Oct. 23 Low . ............. 2:04 a.m. 0.7 ft. High .............. 9:33 a.m. 11.0 ft. Low .............. 3:13 p.m. 7.5 ft. Higtx .............. 7:18 p.m. 9.2 ft. Thursday, Oct. 24 Low . ............. 2:52 a.m. 1,0 ft. High .............. 10:35 a.m. 11.0 ft. Low .............. 4:27 p.m. 7.6 ft. High .............. 8:04 p.m. 8.7 ft. kickoff, the Shelton Blazers never pa regained their composure Friday 13 night in their annual Kiwanis ben- 18 cfit game and wound up with a 14 6-0 loss at the hands of Jefferson 13 Jaguars of Olympia. 33 This \\;\'as the first defeat of the 1963 season for any of Shelton's three school football teams. It was Jefferson's first success. I THE GAME-deciding run was made by Jaguar halfback Rich Rucker. who proved to- be a slip- pery customer to handle all night. tie had runs of 45. 34 and 22 yards from scrimmage besides his big one, After the breath-taking kickoff the two teams battled fairly even- ly the rest of the game, although Rucker's running gave the Jags a stout edge in rusbing yardage, 164 Io 70. This afternoon the Blazers head 1?or Aberdeen to engage the league- leading Miller Bulldogs, who drew last week's bye and arc mtdefeated in three starts. PAGE ]3 i .... INI)I=STRIAL LEAGUE ' t, "' W L '. Canteen .......................... 1,1% 9!.,) ! ' Cole's Mobil Service ........ 14 9t i Clary Trucldng . ............. 14 10 20th Cent. Thriftway ...... 13 11 Shelton Motors ................ 13 11 Lmbernten's ]Kerc ......... 9 15 Pantorimn Cleanei,'s ..... 9 15 Morgan Transfer. ............. 9 15 High game..-=Forest Gitchrist 212. High series---Bob \\;uench 561. >:: :}: :: Shelton Motors 4 (Chuck Knud- ;on 521), Pantorimn 0 (Mark Fredson 530); Canteen 3 (Forest "ilchrist 551), L.M. 1 IBob VVuench 561) ; Morgan Transfer 3 (Jack Sampson 558). 20th Cen- tury 1 (3ira Atelier 551, with an all-sparc 180 second game); Cole's Mobil 3 (Bob Riffey 545), Clary Trucking 1 (Russ Clary 512). MR. & MRS. LEAGUE W L J & J Sei'vice ................... 16 8 Stock's Grapeview . ......... 14 10 Dick Sharer's Diggers 14 10 Donn Marsh Realty ........ 111 12 Eacrett Lumber .......... :_.,11 13 Allyn Grocery ................... 13 Allyn Shell Semdce ....... :.. 9. 14/ Griffey Construction .:.:.. 9 15 High games--Dorothy Todd 169, Don Query 199. High series--Judy Standt 425, Don Pogreba 529. $ :;: * Sharer's Diggers 4 (Wayne Ro- binson 477), Griffey Bros. 0 (Harv Griffey 502) ; Allyn Shell 3 (Frank Kowalczyk 455), J & Y Service 1 (Frank Marler 471) ; Stock's 3 (Don Pogreba 529), Eacrett Lum- ber 1 (Roy Petty 506); Allyn Gro- cery 3 (Don Query 439), Donn Marsh Realty 1 (Bill Staudt 500). W.tEU}00II If there's one ear in Alne[:i a can automotive history th{ can be called a legend, it's tsl t Stutz Bearc t. Just the menli.o, of its name brings back to mi]' all the glamour and glittm' aI the Roaring 'I wenhes. \\;Y h,,n  thiitt of {ie Stutz, we ,'i"c"iig Prohibition, The Big Apple a{'d, the coonskin coat. But tlw BefIT > cat has a areater ,':gaim to l'n than being the symbol of "':' crazy, mixed-up period (If ]ilSil tory;  was a fine. touo-h :mtn mobile, boasting a rem2r;nbl four-cylinder sixteen valve a gme that was second lo :(' as a roaring, snoriing hffi;=, climbing powerhouse. It's tit.tl.: wonder that the grst:dfathe. of today get a ar-away ;114 n(stalgic gleam :n their el [ at the mention ,f tle fabu]6i3i I Stutz . . . :; I QUALITY SERVICE ate F,' { PRICE . . For all your TIR | NEEDS . . . PASSENGI I TRUCK or TRACTOR ,.. NE or USED tires vailaole . MERV'S TIRECAP , , . 1st.& COTA . . , 426-8104. "" Copr. 1960 Std. Features of ei Z _,, ,, i TRACK ROLLERS. LAST LONGER Track roller bushings and shafts get unsurpassed pr6- tection with RPM Tractor Roller Lubricant. It flows evenly, coating bearing surfaces with a tough film that stays put even under shock Ioas,,,seals out dirt, mud and water, RPM Tractor Roller "Lubricant comes in 3 grades for Caterpillar and International equipment and an A/C grade for Allis-Chalmers tractors. For anv Standard Oil product, call G. G. GOLE & SONS, ING. 118 SO. THIRD 426-4411 :T#YTOT,4L PEgFO#MANOE 400FO#D DEALE#00 New Super Torque Fords... hundreds of pounds heavier, they're stronger, smoother, steadier than any cars in their field. 16 models V.8 power up to425 hp. .& ,; oj New Fairlanes...,smart styling, family-size room and sportscar feel .. economical to own and operate. 8 models. 5 engines to choose from. New Falcons,.. completely restyled, smoothest ride ever built into a compact car, Still the all-time econoray champ, Available in 17 models, with 5 engines, 5 transmissions. .,. ,<; ,;k " t' COME IN AND TEST-DRIVE A '64 FORD TODAY! ,.o.,.,. JIM PAULEY, ING. 501 Railroad Avenue