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,.0ctober 24, 1967, SHELTON MA0N COUNTY JOURNAL, Publi.qhed in "Chri,tmastown, U.J.A."., Shelton, Washington PAGE 11 SPORTS IIIGll LEAGUE W 3 .......... 3 3 ........ 3 1 ............. 2 2 0 4 .............. 0 5 Last "Week 12. Miller 7 SNAP BACK, BUCKLE BOBKITTENS DAN WOO1) mzt the show on L T l ff pa the road by stealing the bail from 0 1 71 20 a Kitten carrier late in the first 1 1 59 20 quarter and the Blazers marched 1 0 70 25 45 yards in 13 plays to score in 0 55 18 the second period. Fullback Skip 0 39 40 Purvis took it in from the three. 0 12 59 Chief Clavton's placekick missed. 0 1.t 138 After the following kickoff Mil- ler scored on a 48-yard pass from quarterback VCalt Failer to end Mark Vekich and .Failer ran the extra point across to give the Ab- erdeen club a 7-6 lead. The Blazers then marched 62 yards in nine plays after the kick- off with Purvis again jamming in- to the end zone from a yard out Again Clayton's kick was low. Purvis keyed the long march with a 31-yard romp through right tackle which ended up out-of- bounds on the eight. THIS WEEK the Blazers have an open date, then wind up their 1963 schedule by hosting .Washing- ton of Olympia on Loop Field next Thursday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Stattieally, the Blazers held an 11-5 edge in first downs. 185-170 yards in rushing-passing gains, and ran 51 plays to Millers 31. oach Bill Brickert credited blocking by his wings on punt re- tuzs which allowed safety-man Dick Knautz to roll up a lot of val- uable yardage .for the Blazers. Brickert started Chief Clayton at quarter, Mike Carper and Tom Marshall at halfbacks, Skip Pur- vis at fullback. Bob Erickson and 'Rollie Duckham at ends, Dave Gunter and Dave Armstrong at tackles, Dan Wood and Carter Daugherty at guards, and Jim 1 Borst at center. 'b In relief he had Jim Olson at quarter, Jim Biehl and Bob Mas- teller at halfs, Kelly Masteller at full, Dick Knautz, Rich Marshall, Jon Armstrong and Dave Hutson at ends. Gary Cameron at tackle, Don Armstrong, George Williams and Jay Cook at guards, and John Rambo at center. 13, Centralia 6 27. Hopkins 7 Today Hoqumm shing-ton Hopkins the humiliation of the week prev- Blazers unleashed fury at league- and knocked the Cleated Bobkittens th- ee With a 12-7 junior .ague victory at Ab- Ly. game's scoring was scant eight rain- second quarter. ee Our New LINE quality lire a price you can afford, ACCIDENT INSURANCE FOR YOUR TRIP! away from home one day or longer, up to 6 have continuous protection on land, sea and Tr|p Travel Accident insurance. Rates are IovA. adclitional cost you can have insurance protectiol hunting equipment and other personal belongings you. Angle Agency Herb Angle Angle Bldg Dick Angle Phone 426-8272 2nd Scoreless Tie Keeps B Squad Still In Undefeated Ranks By Lane Premo 0-0 score was all the Little Climbers and Soutb Kitsap Wolves could h>ok back on after 48 min- utes of football Monday o:[ Port Orchard in an Olympic League B squad game. The deadlock seemed like a very dissappointing ending for both the B squad teams. But it seemed doubly itter for the Cilmbers ,dnce it was their second scoreless deadlock this year. But look at it this way, they've also won four games and haven't lost any yet. The Climbers. in fact. have ad- opted a very nice habit of winning from their bigger A squad broth- ers and have made their own con= tribution to learning by outscor- ing their opponents 74 to 6, The lone six points werg compiled ag- ainst the third string defense. Shelton again played a rather sneaky offense, hot and cold. last lvlonday. The Wolves showed a ra- lher consistent offense till it hit lhe Climbers side of the field, Both defenses got a couple of scares but played heads-up football for the most. The main 16roblem for both teams seemed to be the weather! lArind hampered passes unless it was with you and the wet, slick turf field held down any fancy running and caused many fumbles. Neither team seemed to make any deep penetrations but both gave a couple of good scares. Du- ane Wilson gave the first big scare by running 35 yards on a pass and just missed going all the way m the second quarter. In the same quarter South went all the way to Shelton's 20. Then with just a few seconds left in the fourth quarter Mike 3ohnson ran 40 yards but was stopped by the very last defender to end the game. Coach Larry Weir's Little Clim- bers have another tough game next week at North Kitsap. Leagaze Standings Shelton 7 vs. Olympia 0 Shelton 20 vs. East Brem. 6 Shelton 27 vs. Olympia 0 Shelton 0 vs. West Sterneron 0 Shelton 20 vs. Central Kitsap 0 Shelton 0 vs. South Kitsap 0 Shelton S. Kit. Yards rushing .......... 154 251 Yards lost .................. 26 19 Total .......................... 128 232 Yards passing .......... 77 15 Net Total .................. 205 247 First Downs .............. 6 10 Penalties ...................... 15 2-10 Punting ........ 4-114-28.5 3-102-34 te tg tl net avg. Archer ............ 5 6 10 -4 -.8 Johnson ....... 17 105 4 101 6.0 Marshal ........ 3 12 0 12 4.0 Miller ............ 6 42 1 41 6.8 Swisher .......... 3 5 11 -6 -2.0 Passing pa pc yds. avg. Archer .................... 7 3 42 6 Miller ...................... 1 1 35 35 Johnson .................. 1 0 0 0 t. t .... **tCtttCt'tt ,.t" th.It.t::tlt:.*:t*:; " ........ "***'" "**'*'e* o, St 1 ii INTELLIGENT BUYER'S GU|,DE TO FIN(ST LIQUORS AT FAIREST PRICES :;, IT'S TIME TO TAKE A LOOK AT WHAT YOU'RE PAYING FOR " : St St KENTUCKY BOURBON Climbers Alone in First After Fifth Win In Row MR. COURAGETim Sheedy wears jersey No. 14 and plays center for the Highclimber football team. Fan attending Fri- day night's game against North Kitsap should marvel every- time they see that number out between the chalk marks for in- side that uniform is a boy with enough courage and determination to fortify an army. The story of his battle against tremendous odds follows. v.'t *" : :]: Polio, Ruptured Appendix, Many Operations TiM WAS DETERMINED TO PLAY, NO HATTER WHAT Being a game only the hale and [ degrees and he underwent numer- hearty can manipulate, it is noh- our operations to drain fluid from ing short of amazing that Tim Sheedy is able to play football. Hale and hearty Tim is. now. but it wasn't always so. In fact, it is somewhat of a miracle Tim is even alive, much less hale and hearty enough to be a gladiator of the gridiron. For a dishearteningly great pro- portion of his 17 yea'rs Tim has battled against discouyaging odds polio, ruptured appendix, Asian flu, lung trouble, blood condition. recurring high fevers, casts and braces. You name it and Tim had it, chances are. AT THREE he was stricken with polio. It's affects kept him in or returning to hospitals for periodic checkups until he was 15. It left his right hip an inch short- er than the left and caused both feet to turn in. Crutches and brae- es were long a part of his every- day dress. Special shoes still are. But his three older brothers Dan, Jim and ]{ike--rubbed his legs, kept him on his feet and ac- tive, constantly encouraging him. Their therapy, along with profes- sional help, straightened out the turned-in feet. strengthened the legs and corrected the shortened hip. At nine Tin] suffered a ruptured appendix. The 3-hour operation that followed disclosed the ap- pendix gad become attached to the pelvis. He spent th:ee weeks in the hospital, ahnost died. TVICE blOR, E he almost died from attacks of Asian flu. Throughout the years his fever recurrently rose as high as 105 DONALDSON DRUBS PINS FOR A 606 ERCHANTS LEAGUE V L Bill's Shell Service .......... 19 9 Prepp's Rexall Store .......... 18 :tO Miller's .................................. 17 11 olympic Plywood .............. 15 13 Old Mill ............................. 12 16 Kimbel & Whitey's .............. 11 17 Ralph's Serve-U .................. 11 17 Stewart's Foodliner .......... 9 19 High games Lynn White 226, Bud .Donaldson 224. High seriesBud Donaldson 606. Bud Donaldson survived a wear finale to post the night's only 600 series in the Merchants bowling league last week. his 214-224-168 for 606 leading Prepp's Rexall Store to a shutout victory over Ralph's Serve-U (Carl I=IMbert 428) and into a strong challeng- ing second-place position behind Bill's Shell Service. The gasmen (Don Johnson 550 barely hung outo the top rung with a 2-2 stalemate with Old Mill (Lynn White 527). The other matches: Plywood 4 ( Wayne ] Wright 486), Kimbel & Whitey's 0 Jerry Christy 466); Stewart's 3 (Don Brown 497), Miller's :t (Hap Smith 486). his hmgs. But: Tim, encouraged by his bro- thers, battled for health. At 10 he got his introduction to active athletics in backyard games with his brothers. H played his first competitive football upon entering Shelton junior high school and eated his letter as a freshman. That year he also had the top batting average on the Blazer baseball team. The calisthentics and exercise he received when he turned out for football in the 8th grad6 are cred- ited with saving him a serious op- eration. Previously his joints had a tendency to tighten and doetor feared an operation on his hip would be necessary, with chances of a bone fusion strongly possible. But football apparentlj; loosened up the joints and the operation was never performed. NOW A SENIOR at Irene S. Reed high school, Tim is one of the lettmen from last year who has helped the Highclimbers to an undefeated football season so far ii 1963. He plays center, right in the middle of the heavy going in the line. a pretty demanding spot for one of his comparatively light 158 pounds. He has played baseball for two years for Shelton's junior legion squad and turned out for the High- climber team the past two springs. Tim is winning his battle for strength and health. The past three years have shown steady gains. His right leg only bothers him now when he gets unusually tired. During the past two or three summers he has worked in the hay ffeld, exhausting labor but apparently healthful for this cour- ageous youth. So, whea you see No. 14 out there betkveen "the yard markers on Loop Field Friday night you'll be looking at a young man who decidedly deserves the title"Mr. Courage." SAEGER'S was a whiskey shortage after World War II. Inflation set in and whiskey costs skyrocketed. Most .whiskeys were priced according inflationary costs.., and most still are. But the shortage has over for years! Today, we make an excellent whiskey.., and sell close to four dollars a fifth. We pass these whiskey savings on to , although many other fine bourbons are stiU .charging "shortage 1Mces.,, You get an excellent whiskey. And you buy it for less. . St Full-Bodied Bourbon at Realistic Pricesl A great Kentucky Bourbon Buff St OLD Mr. BOSTON OLD Mr. BOSTON :'- BRONZE SPOT t LABEL BOTTLE"".: KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY KENTUCKY STRAIGHT ': 86 PROOF BOURBON WHISKEY :.: The unmistakable richness and smooth- 80 ..oo00 Sloc k Re ceives $740 hess of a premium Kentucky Bourbon As rich and mellow asa blue grass drawl i ...at down-to-earth prices that make iL A fine Kentucky Bourbon you',, prize for = World Series Share a favorite of smart shoppers everywhere, its flavor, prefer for its price. :.." ,4,ol,20000 ,4=o? 2 "; For not_playing in the World 65 :.: Series r''t0.'85 is pretty nice re- PINT k: nmneration. That's the check Wes ,:.: Stock, former Highclimber base- :.: ball ace, received as his share of ' ...... : WorRt Series pay as a member "IIqTRLiIGENCE IN THE PURCHASE..- )  =' of th 'th Place Baltimore Orioles ._. this past season in the American v League. MODERATION IN THE ENJOYMENT."  I The 1963 World Series set a new ....... L record players; pool, from which the four top team ,MR. 80STOO DISTILLER INC., BOSTON. MASS. ...................... . s in each major .. league snare, Normally, anytime a team The Scoring scores fore' touchdowns, as Shel- Shelton .................. 12 0 hnl did in routing South Kitsap, South ...................... 0 0 24-0. on Loop Field Friday night, offense gels. and deserves, most of the accolades. But Coaches Bob Sund and Har- old Wilson were lauding the High- climber defense after assessing the facts of the Olympic League game, which sprung Shelton onto a hme- some and welcome occupancy of the circuit's top. rung after Port Angeles 2ooperatively hung a 7-0 defeat on EaSt Bremerton. Principally, their praise was di- rected at lhe way the defense re- acted to the unorthodox T screen formation the Wolves threw at them. IT WA SOMETIIING they'd never seen before--three linemen and one back lined up five yards wide (usua,lly to the left in a sort of "lonesome foursome" version of the famous Army Lonesome end of a few years ago. With a speedy leather lugger like Don Holtine as the ball carrier, the formation was potential dynamite on those fre- quent occasions when the ball was centered directly to him. But it :tidn-t phase the High- climber defense a whir. They cov- ered it like they'd been drilling for it all season long. It was a warming reaction to a completely surprising confrontation. Then. too. the defense set up Shelton's two quick touchdowns in the first quarter. FIRSTLY, Brian Brickert re- covered a South fumble on the Wolf 28 on the second play after the opening kickoff. In two more plays the first touchdom was in the scorebook. Brickert surprised South with a pass to Ron err on his first call. good for 24 yards. Fullback Kelly Hurst then powered through right tacMe for the re- maining four yards. Brickert's pass to Don Clary on the extra point effort was low. and from there en missed place- kicks squandered the rest of the conversion opporhmities twe by sophomore Bob Miller, one by Brickert. South needed only two more plays after the ensuing kickoff to return the ball to Shelton again, this time on a pass interception by Dave Johnson on South's 48. Brickert directed the ball into pointville in seven plays, start- ing with t 10-yard pass to Clary, then staying on the ground as he himself picked up eight yards in two carries. Clary 14 yards in two packs, and Hurst three in two shots, the last from one yard out Thus the Climbers had two scores in the first 6V2 minutes of 0lay. with Hurst racking up both, thanks to the defense. TIlE SECOND uarter was scoreless but not thrill-less. South maintained a 60-yard drive which reached the Shelton one but was unable to move Shelton's defense after a first down on the three. then the Climbers came right back and marched from their own one to the Wolf 15 before time ran out. South haft to kickoff to open the second tmlf and Shelton never fal- tered until the third touchdown was in the records The 67-yard journey was entirely on the ground, in 18 plays none of which went over nine yards. Fullback Fred Lamont playing like he wanted that starting job back again, ran for 24 yards in six carries and made the goal cross- ing. Clary went 18 yards in three trips. AN INTERCEPTED pass on South's two only temporarily thwarted a Shelton drive early in the fourth quarter. After three cracks at the Climber defense the Wolves were still on their tx and had had to kick. Clary ran it back to the four after accept- ing the ball on the 30. He was re- warded by getting the call on the next' two plays and crossed the goal in a pair of two-yard raps at' the m,*ddle. This was Shelton's fifth straigbt success, the first shut-out victory. It, was the fourth consecutive goose-egg for South. Meting out plaudits for meri- torious performances is almost like a roll-call of those who play- ed-and there were 39 who got into action, everyone in nniform. But among" the many good efforts the defensive play of Bob Jeffery, Larry Powell, Dave Johnson, Mike Brickert. Brian Snyder, Jim Rich- ards and ken err was notable. 6 6 24 0 0 0 Touchdowns: Hursk 2 14. run: 2, runl. Lamont ( ], run i : Clavy 12, run). Lineups SHELTON: E---Orr. M. Brick- ert, Kieburtz. Barnes. \\;Vbitener, Hembroff. \\;Vilson; T-Snyder, Jef- fery, Batstone. Toney, Mason. La- tham; G.: Anstey, llichards, Rit- ner. Dugger, Rutledge, LaBresh; C-----S. Archer. T. Sheedy, Downing; QB--Briekert. Powell, B. Archer; H--Clary, Lowe, Olson. D. John c son. M Jonnsou. Miller. L. Sheedy, Swisher. Wolden. Wagner; FB Hursl, Lamont. "Walker, ,Dronen. SOUTH : E-.-Grothen, Olson. Aquino. Maxwell ; T -MeJiiton. Herlmld. Yingling, Brower. Eb- bert; G---Bouds, Pierce, Clark. Seas; C---Piercy, Mikelsen: Q ..... Anderson, Knox : H-  Sadowsld. Holtine, Sweany, Davis, Jensen; F---Bryant, Gulbranson. Good. ................................ Hurd Heats Up, Misses 700 Series By 6 Pins On Middle Game 'Fade' MEN'S COMtERCIAL "W L Ziegler's Camera Shop ........ 20 8 B & R Oil .......................... 16 12 Moose Lodge ...................... 16 12 Wingard's Sport Shop ...... 14 14 Wilson Company ................ 14 14 Ritner's Broiler .................. 13 15 Gott Oil ................................ 10 18 Verle's Sporting Goods ...... 9 19 High games---Ed Hurd 247, 244. High series--Ed Hurd 694. Nearer and nearer that eoveted 700 series approaches. Ed Hurd was rapping at the door in men's Commercial Yeague play last week, missed by a scant six pins when he "faded" to 203 in his second game. The 244 and 247 wrappings around it gave him a 694 total and his league-lcading Ziegler's Camera Shop a 4-0 vic- tory over Wingard's Sport Shop (Joe Engen 570). No one else was within shout- ing distance of Ed that night, Bab Stewart's 585 coming closest in B & R Oil's shutout -success against Ritner's Broiter (Bob Tur- ner 546). Gott Oil (Gene Geist 462) was another goose-egg win- ner, over Veres Sporting Goods (Jack Howard 530) to escape the cellar and dump their victims in- to it. Moose Lodge (Walt Tyynismaa 519) took a 3-1 nod over \\;Vilson Con'..pany Ralph Davison 513 in GAME STATISTICS S SK First downs .................... 20 5 Yards rushing ............. 226 81 Rushing lesses .............. 29 ] 1 Yards passing. ............. 107 31 Net yardage ................ :504 :'-I01 Passes attempted .......... 13 - ] 1 Passes completed ......... 6 . 3 Interceptions by . ........... '2 3 Fumbles ........................ 0 1L- 2R Penalties ..................... 5 39 ,:1/15 Punts ....................... 1/23 '+;'723 ................. ;/. Individual Slat,4 ..... C y" 3"1 net ',ve, Briekert ........ 16 61 15 46 - 2.25 Clary .............. 10 68 0 6S I(.5.S Hurst ............ 8 32 0 32- 4'.0 Lamont .......... 7 36 0 :; ,...5 Walker. ....... 2 22 0 22 ]+1.0 Lowe .............. 2 2 0 2 ,'i.0 Powell .......... 1 5 0 5 ".0 D. Johnson .... 1 0 5 -;) -0..0 B. Archer ...... 1 0 9 -9'0 Totals ....... 49 226 29 197 .I.?E0 2# Passinff =. A C I':;ls. Brickert ...................... 6 3 :''.72 Powell ......................... 3 1 .'23 Lowe ........................... 2 2 07,..12 Olson ........................... I 0 {-." 0 Archer ......................... 1 0 . 0 Totals ...................... 13 6 3':;t07 I-interceptions. . .... Pharmacy Phact00i: From Nell Evander : Has it ever occurred to ?you that here in our prescriptim{.te- partment we are different j:om all other types of stores,%.All other types ,.,, of slores make'7, a practice of ear- rying only [h0se lines nf mercty)n- dise or 9e.r.vie e which they ,\\;;e reason to btieve can be solci in large amomts. Here. in our:p)'e- scription depart- ment. we carry many drugs 4:or which there m little degnd (thank goodness!), but whieh..are vitally neeessarv m case of er- genc.v. 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