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October 21, 1963 PAGE tl i i ilil ii Found Fine Pickings In Mason County Last Week BILL KELLOGG 3-point, 162 Ibs. Kamilche E. S. (NAT) FISK 2-point, 150 Ibs. Webb Hill BILL, STU LOONEY 2-point, 158 Ibs. Cabin Creek TED HANSON 4-point 175 Ibs. Denny Ahl Lookout JERRY MORRIS forked horn, 95 Ibs. Lake Nahwatzel MARSHALL McGUIRE 3-point, 160 Ibs. Matlock WAYNE COLEMAN 3-point, 155 Ibs. Black Hills SNARES 602 IN GOMMEROIAL COMME! I CIAL W L Shop ...... 22 10 .................... 18 14 ...................... 17 15 ................ 17 15 Shop ...... 16 16 .................. 15 17 13 19 Goods _10 22 Snelgrove Snelgrove came on strong two games to salvage after a 170 opener in league bowling last week. He wound up with 205 and 2R7 afterpieces which garnered a 2-2 stalemate for B & R Oil with Ritner's Broiler t Dick Gard- ner 578). League-leading Ziegler's Camera Shop (Lloyd Clark 556) and Win- gard Sport Shop tEldon Todd 563) also wound up in a 2-2 deadlock. Other matches went by 3-1 ver- dicts: Wilson Company (Gone Lindberg 555) over :lV[oose Lodge (Bill Wilson 504), and Gott Oil (Karl VanderWal 484) over Verle's Sporting Goods (Bob Cleveland 531). I Journal W anl Ads %.\\; % WALkerS AgED EIGHT 8 yEARS It CASK 8 YEARS OLD s 95 415 QT. Code No. 572 F ,37s PINT Code No. 572 P ---7 WALKER'S DELUXE Straight Bourbon Whiskey Elegant in taste, uncommonly good B0u00uoN WHiSKeY as.e n00F. 00Nc., n.00A, 00lt. Visiting Vikings J01t Home Gridders With Quic k Score CLIMBERS SNAP BACK TO AHNIHILATE NORTH, 19-6 "4: * * Stung by a surprisingly quick and easy enemy touchdown at the l outsef, the Highclimbers unleash- ed their gridiron juggernaut to overpower North Kitsap, 19-6, on soaked Loop Field Friday night. It was Shelton's sixth straight triumph this year and left them just one victory away from the" Olympic League championship-- two away from an undefeated season. Although the field was soaked by several days of consistent rain, footing was surprisingly good and there were only two fumbles, both by North, in the entire game. NOBTH STUNNED the full house of fans witnessing the pro- ceedings by scoring a quick touch- down on two yardage-gobbling plays in the first quarter a 40- yard pass and a 34-yard run. Quarterback Perry Gnos lofted the pass, which first deflected off the hands of halfback Dennis Carlson, then wound up in the clutches of en Jim Klein, who was finally nailed on the Shelton 34. Carlson STATISTICS S N First downs .................. 1 a 5 Rushing yardage .......... 176 111 Rushing losses .............. 15 53 Passing yardage .......... 69 65 Net Yardage .............. 230 123 Passes throm .............. 13 10 Completions .................. 5 2 Interceptions by .......... 2 0 Totals plays .................. 54 49 Fumbles .......................... 0 1R 1L Penalties ...................... 2/20 2/25 Punts .......................... 229.5 5/28.4 Individual Stats Shelton C yg yl ny ave. Lamont .......... 15 56 2 54 3.6 Lowe .............. 9 43 11 32 3.5 Hurst .............. 6 14 0 14 2.3 Brickert ........ 4 9 0 9 2.3 Ctary .............. 3 34 1 33 11.0 Walker ............ 3 15 0 15 5.0 Olson .............. 1 4 0 4 4.0 Totals .......... 41 176 15 161 4.0 Passing A C I* Yds. Lowe .......................... 5 2 0 25 Archer ........................ 4 2 0 42 Brickert .................... 2 1 0 2 Powell ........................ 1 0 0 0 D. Johnson ............... 1 0 0 0 Totals .................. 13 5 0 69 North Kitsap Rushing C yg yl ny avg. Carlson ............ 11 68 0 68 6.2 Walton ............ 5 29 3 26 5.2 Rought .............. 4 0 18 -18 -4.5 Morley : ........... 1 4 0 "4" 4.0 Roberts ............ 6 6 10 -4 -0.7 Harland ............ 2 0 7 -7-3.5 Record .............. 2 2 6 -4 -2.0 Gnos ................ 3 8 1 7 2.3 Passing: A C I* yds. Gnos ............................ 5 1 1 40 Harland .................... 4 1 1 25 Carlson ...................... 1 0 0 0 Totals ...................... 10 2 2 65 * Interceptions 0dern living at it's best 0000 Convert to I r super,o fuel preferred most American. homes s right! Natural gas is used in more homes than any other fuel. There rany reasons for this. Cleanliness, versatility, safety, economy . a few. It's a carefree fuel, too. have to worry about your sup- ply. It's plentiful and always at hand when you need it, but you use it and pay for it ONLY as you need it. Natural gas is ideal for heating, and once you have it in your home" you'll find it's tops, too, for cooking and many other uses. You'll find it surprisingly inexpensive to convert your present heating system (furnace or space heaters) to natural gas usage. Ask your favorite heating dealer... or ask us. / Cascade Natural Gas Corporation 122 South 3rd Street Phone 426.8433 BULLS-EYE! WALT HITS 600 ON NOSE INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE  tap a series opened at 198 for one V L lot the most consistent pieces of Canteen ............................ 20 11,, pinwork seen on local alleys this ORrS00 then bucked into a swarm of pc-ried the ball all night. Brickert tential tacklers at the line of scrimmage, bounced off and slant- ed sharply to the right to find himself running free as he headed for the goal. He made it untouch- ed. He couldn't make the two yards on the conversion try, though. The Climbers reacted with de- termination, and found themselves out in front. 7-6, before the quar- ter was up. After North kicked off poorly to give the ball to Shelton on the Climber 41. the home club traveled the 59 yards in nine plays, fullback Fred Lament lug- ing three times for 18 yards, Ton] Lowe twice for 17. and finally Lowe fired a pass to end ken err for the last 16 yards. Lowe was on the receiving end of Brian Brickert's try-for-point pass in Ibe end zone. BY HALF-TIME it was 13-6 as the result of Bob Walker's near- touchdown punt return. The mer- cury-footed Climber back took the kick on iis own 38 and raced 42 yards to North's 20 before yielding to  tackler. With the assistance of a pass- interference call on Dan Olson's completed throw to Orr. the score was made m seven plays, Olson driving nicely for the final four yards on a wide sweep to the left on fourth down. It was the only running play on which Olson ear- never got his conversion pass I away. I The game's last score came on the second play of the final per- iod when Don Clary, seeing lira- .(ted action because of his boils but looking llke a mighty healthy runner, raced 31 yards around left end by cutting inside, then going wide to hit the very corner of the end zone. Bob Miller's attempted place kick failed. THIRD STRINGERS nearly put another touchdown in the score- book for the Cimbers but ran out of time with the ball on North's six. Sophomore quarterback Bill Archer engineered the move which began after a punt on North's 48. He completed an ll-yard pass to Miller and a 31-yard aerial to Mike Johnson. North got into Shelton territory only three times after it's opening touchdown, to the 44 on the final play of the first quarter, to the 40 and to tile 30 in the fourth period In the latter instance Olson intercepted a pass on the 23 and returned it 38 yards to North's 40. coming within  whisker of going all the way for what would have been his 8econd l, ouchdown of the night. Coach Bob Sund got 41 Climbers into the game as he emptied his I l beneh following the third Shelton score ,: Mike Johnson Dons Hero's Toga! LITTLE CLIHBERS VICTORS * * * Shelton Motors ................ 18 14 season., AFTER THAT FIRST quarter Clary Trucking .............. 18 14 Valt's work only availed {22 lapse the Climber defense per- 20th Cent. Thriftway ...... 17 15 standoff for his L.M. team. formed alertly and stifled North's Cole's Mobil Service ...... 16., 15 ever, which had to give up an 83- offense efifectively, throwing Vik- Pantorium Cleaners ........ 13 19 ing carriers for 53 yards in los- ses against 111 yards gained. With 65 yards on two pass completions North netted 123 yards against Shelton's 230 from 176 minus 15 rushing and 69 passing. Fred Lament carried the bur- den of the rushing offense with 15 carries for 54 yards, relieving Ke!,ly Hurst and Brian Brickert, who have been the most active lea- ther-luggers in recent games. The Scoring Shelton 7 6 0 6---19 North .................. 6 0 0 0 -- 6 Touchdowns: Shelton--Orr (1, pass from Lowe): Olson (4. run/; Clary (31, run). North---Carlson 134. run). Conversion: Shelton -- Lowe tpass from Brickert). The Ltneups SHELTON: E-err, M. Briekert. Kieburtz, Barnes, Wilson, Hem- broff. Chase. Whitener; TiSnyder, Batstone, Latham. Mason. Toney, Wolden; G---Jeff cry, Ritner, An- stey, Richards. Dugger, Close. ks(ledge; C--N. Archer, T. Shee- dy, Dmming; Q--B. Brickert, Powell, B. Archer; H--Lowe, Walker, Clary, Olson. D. Johnson, M. Johnson. Wagner, Miller. Swi- sher. L. Sheedy; F--Hurst, La- morn Dronen, Marshall. NORTH: E--.Klein, Esliridge, Nilsen. Aitehison. Riehards; T .... liristensen, Kilmer, Eriekson. Smallbeck ; G---Olsop, Yeager, Todd, Simon(s; C--Ury, Nelson; Q---Gnos, Harlan, Reckord; H-- Carlson, Rauffllt, Wilcox. Murphy; F--Walton, Roberts. Morgan Transfer .............. 13 19 Lumbermen's Merc ....... 12 20 High game--Jim Archer 221. High series---Walt Elliot( 600 Walt Elliot( came within three pins of hitting a triplicate adding up to an even 600 in Industrial League bowling last week. He had a pair of games at 201 to finish pin difference in handicap to Shel- Ion Motors [Chuck Knudsen. 5361. The other three matches went by 321 verdicts: Clary Tructdng (Bud Hildebrand 546) over 20th Century (Jim Archer 576). Morgan Trans- let ( Jack Sampson 550)  over Cole's Mobil Service Dean Smith 531), and league-leading Canteen (Lea Crossan 574, over Pan(or(urn. Ken Fredsor 564). GOIN' HUNTING? GET ACCIDENT INSURANCE FOR YOUR TRIP! Whether you're away from home one day or longer, up to months, you can have continuous protection on land, sea and in the air with Trip Travel Accident insurance. Rates are Iow For slight additional cost you can have insurance protection for your hunting equipment and other personal belongings you take with you. Angle Agency Herb Angle Angle Bldg Dick Angle Phone 426-8272 Ry Lane Premo Mike Johnson was the hero again Monday, scoring 12 points in the Little Climbers' 13-6 vic- tory over the North Kitsap Vikings at Poulsbo. Sophomore Mike has made touchdowns of all different lengths from a one-yarder against Olympia this year to a 95-yard run through the middle of the line against Mil- ler in Junior High last year. His first touchdown Monday was a 43-yard sprint with three tack- lers in the way, but Mike swivel- hipped them out of the way for a touchdown. Johnson made his second touch- in the fourth quarter by justout-running North's second- ary'to the coffin corner. NORTH RECEIVED the open- ing kick at its own 45 yard line, and in six plays marched to Shel- tows six yard line before Mitt Schumacher saved the day by re- covering a fumble. The 5V's attack completely faltered, though, and Shelton had to kick on fourth down. North had the ball again on Shelton's 30. Five plays later North had the first tally of the games'andaint only second TD scored ag the Little Climbers all yearJ, However, don't let it be said the Climbers gave up because ex- actly five plays after the kickoff. the JV's got their first touch- down; but unfortunately they mis- sed the extra point, which haunted the Climbers for quite awhile. THE FOIYRTH quarter looked more like the "A" squad was playing, With end sweeps going both ways mixed with an occas- ional line play. The sweeps made an 'a!erage of five yards foi" awhile nntil Johnson spoiled the fun by making the winning touch- down. Then With North's defense an- ticipating another wide play, Bill Archer called a quarterback sneak with Dale Downing leading the way for Bill and the extra point. Coach Larry Weir again played almost everyone on the squad, tak- ing advantage of his deep resmw,s. Mike was still the interesting player, though, as he packed the ball nine times for a total of 60 yards and 6.6 average. Scott Swi- sher and Gary Marshall were also a couple of the big workhorses. carrying the pigskin 11 times each. The Little Climbers have now outscored their opponents 8-12 and Johnson has made 44 of the points, over half. NEXT MONDAY the Little Climbers will conclude their sea- son by hosting the Tumwater Thunderbirds at Loop Field. The "A" squad has already downed the T-Birds, 27-6. The starting 11 on offense at Poulsbo were: center Jim Grimes; guards, Jim lutledge and Steve Nelson; tackles, Steve Ness and Brady Whitener: ends/John Hmfi: broff and Duane Wilson: quarter- back, Bill Archer; halfbacks, Scott Swisher and Mike Johngon: and fullback, Gary Marshall. Th starting 11 on defense were: center guard Brady Whitener; tackles. Dan Merifield and Dave Cox: ends. Jim Rutledge and Du- ane Wilson: linebackers, Ron Le- Bresh and Dale Downing, wing backs, VHke Johnson and Tim Sheedy; and halfbacks, Ron Cole and Perry Rose. ' Slielt. N.K. First downs .................. 9 7 Yards rush .................. 176 156 Yards lost ...................... 45 30 Passes attempted .......... 5 6 Passes completed .......... 2 1 Passes intercepted ........ 0 0 Yards gained pass ....... 32 3:. Net yards ...................... 163 129 Fumble .......................... 3 5 Fumbles lost .................. 1 4 Punting .................. 4-27.7 2-22.5 Penalties ........................ 1-0 3-10 TC Net Avg. You'll agree .takes it bet{er }, .t?llllt Make yours a l)MmoLo.hreak for the '. refreshing lift that ........ w0n t let you down. NEW and EXCITING! Archer .......................... 4 5 1.25 Johnson . ..................... 9 60 6.6 Swisher . ...................... 11 41 3.7 Marshall ...................... I_I 28 2i5. 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