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November 7. 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Oh.r;stmasiown, U.S.A."', Shelton. Washington PAGE 13 i i , m, i I I ........ football problems hand- by quaterbacks Brian I and Larry Powell. the Highclimbers no a spotless gridiron The spot against not black, fortunately, came out of their mud- old Central League Chehalis Bearcats, with e. The game does not the Olympic League Where the record is still 4-0-0. FIRST CLASH with IN CHEHALIS MUCK SPOTS GRAY BLAZERS BLISTER BULLDOGS IN FINALE CORD HALF 20-0 ICl IMBEIIS PERFEGT GRID RECORD WITH OVERWHELMING S E s =} Masteller Kelly Mas- T 13---20 Hopkins .................. 1 5 0 the end zone where "Washington Washington .......... 0 0 0-0 BI" Bob Jones Last Week East 12, Central 7 Shelton 6. Chehatis 6 South 6. Port Townsend 6 Port Angeles 53. Sequim 6 North 14, Bainbridge 0 This Friday East at Shelton North at Port Angeles South at Central fractions came when he was as- signed the critical responsibility of carrying the try-for-point across the goal following Shelton's spectacular and quickly-concocted third quarter touchdown to tie up the ledger. He and some of his teammates thought he had succeeded, but the officials ruled otherwise. It was oh-so-close. The second problem arose in the fourth quarter. The Climbers had skidded, submarined and splashed from their own 29, after a Chehal- is punt, to the Bearcat 20 and needed only a couple of inches on fourth down to keep the marcl moving. This time Powell called on Hurst and again, as he had on the try-for-point, he slashed into the right side of the line. HE HAD THE necessary yarn- age but lost control of the ball and juggled it momentarily. While he was struggling to regain con- trol he was tossed back by Che- halls defenders and wound up with a one-yard loss instead of the first down. Shelton never got the ball back, for even on a fourth down situation six plays later the Bear- eats ran instead of punting ann wound up with a 27-yard gain. Not that the Climbers expected a punt, they figured a run was coming and played for it. wide. The surprise came when the Cats ran it right through the mid- dle. however, and got away with it. Chehalis got off in front when the Bearcats connected for an 80- yard pass-run play late in the first period. Quarterback John Severns shot the leather right over the middle to halfback Don Viles, who caught it about midfield. 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Stop in for the whole FIFTH AND WASHINGTON FFICE OLYMPIA IN SHELTON  SEE: .OR KURT MANN -- MANN REAL ESTATE the right side for 13 yards (after losing three a play earlier), then Tommy Lowe floated a pass to Ron err t everybody needed oars this night) for 36 yards, then Don Clary made a remarkable run down the left sideline for 18 yards to cross the goal with what turneu out to be the game's last score. Punt retm'n penalties i both dis- puted by the Climbers) crippled two other potential Shelton moves. First one came at tlle outset ot the game. when Chehs:lis couldn't move following the opening kick- off and had to punt, Bob Walker took it on a reverse from Clary on the Shelton 34 and ran it to the Chehalis 40. The penalty took it back to the Shelton 28. EARLY IN THE fourth quart- er it happened again, as talker ran a punt from Shelton's 20 to the 46. but the ball wound up on the ten after the assessment. Field conditions were so sloppy that the offense of both teams was virtually hamstrung. Offensive blocking was severly handicappea. speed was nullified, and cutting was impossible. Defense had all the advantage. About all either team could do was run up the middle, so the defense jammed up tight and made that difficult. The Climbers managed 138 yards rushing, losing 14, while Chehalis had 63 minus 42 in losses for a net of 21 on the ground. The long pass play gave Cheh.lis a 107 to 44 yard edge in passing figures. First downs were 9 to 3 in Shelton's favor. The Scoring Shelton ........................ 0 0 6 0 6 Chehalis ........................ 6 0 0 0--6 Touchdowns: Chehalis- Viles (80, pass from Severns).Shelton Clary (18, run). The Lineups SHELTON: E-err, Powell, Kie- hurts, Chase, Barites; T-Batstone, Snyder, Toney, Close; G-Jeffery, Ritner, Richards. Anstey; C1S. Archer; Q-B. Brickert, Powell, B. Archer; H-Lowe. Clary, D. John- son, Olson; F-Hurst. Lament, Dronen. CHEHAL] S : E-Dawes, Bene- dict; Kindle; Donaldson, Rosbach, Norton. Hoffman; G-Riley, Yount; C-Graham, Gallagher; Q-Severns, Chartrey; H-Viles, Cusic, Stottle- myre; F-Katyryniuk. TEAM STATI STICS C S First downs .................... 3 9 By rushing .................... 2 7 By passing .................. 1 1 By penalties ................ 0 l Rushing (No. of plays) .. 37 44 Yards gained .............. 69 133 Yards lost .................... 44 14 Net yards gained ........ 25 119 Passing Number attempted .... 10 Number completed .... 3 4 NO. had intercepted .... 1 0 Yards gained .............. 107 44 Total net yards ............ 132 163 Total plays ........................ 47 52 Fumbles ............................ 1 4 Ball lost ........................ 0 1 Punts .................................. 7 Average ...................... 29.4 29.5 Penalties ............................ 1 2 Yards lost .................... 15 25 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Snelton Rushing: TCB YG YL Nyg Avg. Hurst ............ 8 19 0 19 2.4 Ix)we ............ 3 15 1 14 4.7 Walker ........ 9 34 6 28 3.1 LaMent ........ 9 31 0 31 3.4 Clary ............ 6 34 0 34 5.7 Brickert ........ 3 0 7 -7 -2.3 Passing: PA PC Int. YG Avg. Brickert ........ 4 2 0 8 2.0 Lowe ............ 3 2 0 36 12.0 Olson ............ 1 0 0 0 0.0 Rushing: TCB YG YL Nyg Avg. Katryniuk .... 9 10 11 -1 -1.0 Severns ........ 8 3 21-18 -2.3 Viles .............. 4 4 2 2 0.5 Chartrey .... 1 0 8 -8 -8.0 Cusic ............ 5 24 1 23 4.6 Stottlemyre .... 2 28 1 27 13.5 Passing: PA PC Int. YG Avg. Severns ........ 9 3 1 107 11.9 Cusic .............. 1 0 0 0 0.0 ER'S NORTH MASON SPORTS NEWS Blflldogs Suffer Shellacking At Vashon's Homecoming, Host Bainbridge This Friday By Dennis Shelly The Pirates from Vashon really walloped the Bulldogs last Friday night with a ruthless 44-0 con- quest. The game was played in the mud and rain under the lights of the Vashon field, The Pirate's overpowering weight running through the middle and their su- perior running around the end was too much to handle for the discou- raged but fighting Bulldog eleven. The weather couldn't have been worse for the Vashon Homecom- ing game and the score couldn't havebeen worse for the NM team. Repeated injuries throughout the season left tle Bulldogs a little shy of seasoned veterans. Exper- ienced ends, halfbacks, and center, GLARK GLIGKS FOR MAJOR LEAGUE 606 MAJOR LEAGUE Pts, Timber Bow1 .............................. 82 z/2 Northwest Evergreen .............. 77 Dan's Nite Hawks .................. 71 Jim Pauley Inc ......................... 69 Olson's B & B Shop ................ 63% LaBissoniere Agency .............. 59V2 High games Ray Walker 242. Lloyd Clark 236, L. L McInelly 223. High series Lloyd Clark 606. Lloyd Clark's opening 236 car- ried him to a final 606 total in Major league bowling play Friday night but his Oilson Barber & Beauty Shop picked up only five points in the process. Dan's Nite Hawks (Dan Wilson 571) had 11 to top the gains, fol- lowed by Timber :Bowl (Clyde Ziegler 588) with ten Northwest Evergreen (Harry Peterson 567) with nine, LaBissoniere Agency (Ray Walker 596-242) and Jim Pauley Inc. (Lionel Leman 536) each with six. TEACHERS 309ors LEAGUE Team 3 .............................. 12 4 Team 2 ............................ 10 6 Team 6 .............................. 9 7 Team 1 .............................. 6V_, 9 Team 5 .............................. 6 10 Team 4 .............................. 5 , 101,/ High games--Gladys Martin 156, Del Abelien 155. High series Gladys Martins 423, Del Abelien 409. Team Two 4 (Gladys Martin 423), Team six 0 (Irene Burright 313) ; Team three 4 (Bruce Schwarck 394}. Team five 0 (Rita Loudermilk 344): Team four 2 Del Abelien 409), Team one 1/ (Tres err 321. LEAGUE SCORING td pat pts Williams E ...................... 5 2 32 DON CLARY S .............. 4 0 24 Carlson NK .................... 4 0 24 BeN eRR S .................... 3 1 19 Harrison PA .................... 3 0 18 Hunt PA ............................ 2 5 17 KELLY HURST S .......... 2 0 12 Patterson PA .................. 2 0 12 Brodigan E ...................... 2 0 12 Enos PA ............................ 2 0 12 Turner CK ........................ 1 2 8 BOB %vALKER S .......... 1 0 6 FRED LAMENT S ........ 1 0 6 DAN OLSON S ................ 1 0 6 Holtine SK ...................... 1 0 ti Sadowski SK .................. 1 0 6 Kerr PA .......................... 1 0 Witt CK ............................ 1 0 6 Klein NK ........ 1 0 6 Compton CK .................... I O 6 TOM LOWE S ............... 0 2 2 Mount E .......... 0 2 2 B. BRICKERT S":::::::.::::0 1 1 LARRY POWELL S .. 0 1 1 Wesbey CK ..  ...... 0 1 1 Netterfield E ....... ::::.::::::::0 1 1 BI PA .......... 0 Walker E .... : ................. 0 11 1 1 Totals .......... :::::::::::::::39 20 254 NEW and EXCITING! gave way to a relativily good per- formance by several rookie sub- stitutes. Vashon. on the other hand, couldn't have had a nicer field day --- scoring again and again against the tired Bulldog forces. Junior Tom Trotter literally trot- ted across the goal line after the opening drive got under way. Just before the close of the first quar- ter, star quarterback Bill Huber returned a Bulldog punt 56 yards for the second tally. Trotter ran across his second TD soon after the second quarter got under way, with Bmme Kirshner putting ac- ross the extra point. Shortly after halftime. Kirshner added six more points on the scoreboard which re- sulted from a drive on the 25- yard line where a blocked Bulldog punt was recovered. Vashon then went on to score three other times in the final quar- ter. Steve Saul, sophomore, a 220- pounder at the fullback position, put across an additional six points after gaining much Pirate yardage in the seeond half. Chick Robinson ran across the next six, a 2-yard play which immediately followed a 66-yard pass play from Robin- son to Bob Van Geystel, junior end. The final tally was by Ken Phillips on a 31-yard pass, again from Robinson. When the game ended not a single jersey nmnber could be distinguished. Next week the NM Bulldogs will host the Bainbridge Spartans in their final contest of the year. Game time is Friday Nov. 8, at 2:00 p.m. SCORE BY QUARTERS NM 0 O 0 0--00 Vashon 12 7 6 19---44 Touchdoivns (Vashon] Trotter, 3-yd. run: Hu- her, 56-punt return; Trotter, 24-yd. run; Kirshner, 2-yd. run; Saul, 5- yd. run; Robinson. 2-yd. run: Phil- lips, 31-yd. pass. Conversions (Vashon) Kirshner. run; Caraher, run. TEAM STATISTICS First downs NM Vashon 2 17 by rushing ................ 1 17 by passing ................ 0 0 by penalties ............ 1 0 Rushing plays ............ 31 54 yards gained ........... 49 349 yards lost ................ 22 3 net yards gained .... 27 346 Passes attempted ........ 2 6 ' Passes completed ........ 0 3 Pases intercepted .... 0 0 Yards gained passing .... 0 105 Total net yards ............ 27 448 Totalplays .................... 33 60 Fumbles ........................ 3 3 Ball lost ........................ 0 0 Punts ........................ 5/121 0/0 Average ........................ 24.2 0 Centralia ..................... 0 5 1 12 66 recovered, and another score m ...... Last Week the second quarter when two in- FIFTH QUARTER WON Shelton 20. W'ashington 0 complete passes stalled a drive on BY BLAZERS, TOO, 6-0 Hoqniam 12. Miller 7 Lhe Bulldoa eight. In the fifth "quarter" for play- Centralia 0. Jefferson 0 It was right after this Washing- ers who saw little or no action m ........ Iron made its only scoring threat the varsity game. Shelton was also all day, on a 76 yard pass play the winner. 6-0. Quarterback Tim Bill Briekert's Blazers wound up which was only denied a touch- Villines sneaked it over from in their most successful season dur- down by a fine defensive play by close after a lop.g run by Mike ing his eight years at the Shelton speedy Mike Carper. who outwit- LaRose and a pass from Don Ad- junior high football helm by ted a blocker to catch the ball car- ams to Jon Armstrong set it up. t smashing Washington of Olympia, rier from behind. In four downs ---'-- 20-0, on Loop Field Thursday. the Bulldogs were unable to gain Pharmacy Phacts one other team. that of 1958 an inch. equalled the 4-1-1 mark set by EXCEPT FOR THAT one play From Nell Evander this 1963 squad, Each finished see- the Bulldogs would have had a Here in the past I've made end in the junim high standings, minus net yardage for the day quite a point of the fact that. the The Blazer grid machine cough- against the tough Blazer defense, real reason we're here in buslness ed and stuttered a bit in the first As it was lhe visitors had a net comes right back to our preserip- half of Thursday's finale blow- of only 39. On the g0und they tion departrnent. ing two golden scoring opportum- had a minus 37. The Blazers net- So--let's go just. ties, but recovered smoothly to ted 190 yards, of which 51 came completely dominate the game and ] on four passes. Purvis gained 83 a little bit furth- score three secondhalf touchdowns, yards in ten carries. Marshall 34 er and also ..say THE FIRST SCORE came on a in tenfrit)S for the best Blazer that you (ore lefthanded pass tossed by Bob rushing marks, friends and cust- Masteller to Tom Marshall for Besides the fine defensive play o m ors/ also eight yards in the third quarter, of his team. Brickert had special make up our Credit guard Dan Wood with mak- prais(4 for the good blocking on business. If it lag it possible, however, Three Dunt returns by Clayton and Jim weren't for you plays earlier he recovered a rum- Olson, we wouldn't be tiled pass completion from Chief In his eight years as Blazer here, and we Clayton to Marshall on the W'ash- coach now. Brickert's teams have know and fully-understand this ington 24 which had originated won 25, lost 18 and tied five m fact. This is why we always appre- 18 yards away. On the next play the past three years it has been elate your coming to us with your Clayton passed to Bob Masteller 1l-4-3). He has had two losing doctor's prescription why you for 12, then Mike Carper hit the seasons, both 2-4, in 1957 and are such an important person line for four to set up the scoring 1960. when you come in our door - why play. HIS STARTERS on offense for we are constantly looking for new On the following kickoff Mas- the finale were Rollie Duckham ways to be of service to you. teller raced in to tackle the Wash- and Bob Erickson. ends: Gary Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 ington ball carrier on his 13, Cameron and Dave Armstrong, Clayton then broke through to tackles, Dan Wood. and Don Arm- Saturdays -- 9:30 - 6:00 nail the next play for a seven strong, guards; Jim Borst. center; Neir ..........Ph=rmnu yard loss. and one playLlater 229- Chief Clayton, quarter: Tom Mar- S lb. Dave Gunter recovered a Wash- shall and Mike Carper. halfbacks; 4th & Railroad 426-3327 ingtmi fumble on the Bulldog two, Skip Purvis. full. SEE YOUR DOCTOR NOW On the first play of the fourth His relievers included Dick! ABOUT FLU VACCINE FOR quarter Clayton carried a quarter- Knautz, Frank Hutson. Jon Arm- WINTER PROTECTION. back sneak through the middle strong, and Rick Marshall ends; for the score. MARSHALL GOT HIS see- I Dud touchdown and the Blazer's third of the game soon after, set up by a blocked punt on Wash- w00oro GOIN' vis carried three straight times for 15. eight and four yards to HUNTING? PREP FOOTBALL SCORES Olympic League Shelton 6. Chehalis 6 In]) East 12, Central 7 South 6, Port Townsend 6 (nl/ Port Angeles 53, Sequim 6 (nl) GET ACCIDENT INSURANCE FOR YOUR TRIP! North 14. Bainbridge 0 (nll Vashon 44 North Mason 0 Whether you're away from home one day or longer, up to 6 Seamount League months, you can have continuous protection on land, sea and North Thurston 26. Peninsula 0 Sumner 31. White River 7 in the alr with Trip Travel Accident insurance. Rates are Io Fife 6. Bethal 0 For slight additional cost you can have insurance protectio=l Curtis 20. 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