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PACE ]4 .,T-W.LT(SN&apos;MAOM COTTY 30T/RNAL- Published in 'Chri.tmatoum, U.g.A.", 5helton, Washington Thursday, Novembe ......... liAEIPIONS 0 EFEAT IN 22 GRID GAMES 29 EARN LETTERS WITH 1963 OLYMPIC LEAGUE Cl 00ro.00o.t 00oar 0000e,ton00 ,: NE D "i .- J' " ' .'" 's It's going to take some doing yards per game to opponents pas- VAI{SlT .YF / But this is one of those NOT i  5 From Nell Evander ]situations. The 196o-Highclimber I  s e' ne. 1-t:tr:eeta-$7s Other than a friendly "hello" I]. football team won the Olympic I ' " " " I " ' " . ' ' L Shelton 25 Tm :.JLt,_ In 22 games there ,,,as but one through the air, while yiehting Shelton 13 Ceilt,'al '' was wondering what I'd talk shout mague crmn w!th only 11 seniors ! defeat. Four were ties. 17 victor- t 77.5 yards to enemy rushers and Shelt,m 24' South Klt,:' u this week when the word "c-a-r-e" among the 29 players.who earnea t ies. Here's the table i62.8 yards to rival passers. The I Shellon 19' North Kit , occurred to me This "s a word tneir miters on the cnampionship i ' ; -  on ). _h , . l . Climbels completed 51 6 percent Shit p ' o ebaliS v 11,2" ' which come s squad, and five of those upper- i %V I, T T, pf pa of their passes (46 of 91 attempts) Shelton 33. East B r#l classmen were not starters, four] teams is not new to Sund the Varnity ............... 7 0 I 148 49 while opponents could make only pretty close to describing t h e service we are always glad to give you, and it goes like this. C- for caution; we're always checking to be certain your pre- scription is filled correctly. A-for accuracy; we keep exact records of all your pre- scriptions. R-for reliability; you can be certain your prescription will be filled exactly as your doc- tor ordered it. E-for education; not only the passing of a difficult state examination, but also the continual, every day study of new drugs and new methods is neces- sary to bring you the high, profes- sional level of service which we are proud to offer you. Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays  9:30 - 6:00 Nell's Pharmacy 4th & Railroad 426-3327 SEE YOUR DOCTOR NOW ABOUT FLU VACCINE FOR WINTER PROTECTION. i i iii iii i iii were not even primary reserves. I All of which paints a pretty )icturc for next year, with 18 re- turning letermen (16 juniors and two sophomores ). BY POSITION, the returning i veterans include three ends: Mie Brickert, Floyd Baies and Steve Chase; four tackiest--Brian Sny- der, Bill Batstone, Gene Toney !and Ed Latham; three guards--- Steve Anstey, Jim Richards, and Roy Ritner; one center--Steve Archer; two quarterbacks--Larry Powell and Bill Archer; four half- backs--Don Clary, Tom Lowe. Dave Johnson and Bob Miller; and one fullback---Fred L'amont. BOB SUND 43o,h Justifiably Happy broff, a pail' of junior ends; Steve Close and Jim Rutledge, junior guards; Ron LeBresh, sophomore guard; Dale Downing, soph. cen- ter; Mike Johnson and Scott Swi- sher, soph. halfbacks (Swisher is Miller and Bill A.rcher are the]also a quarterback possibilityl; sophomorcs in this group, all of whom served enough varsity it gives Coach Bob Sund a let- time 'this fall that they will be no terman at every position and two strangers to the upper eschelon at most These 18 tettermen will next year and from whom capable replacements for the departing seniors should be developed. Winning the championship this year was a "bonus" Coach Sand hardly expected. He felt this club was about a year away from its peak. But it had that certain some- thing any championship squad must possess, a combination of spirit, teamwork, and basic ability, : to overcome the mole-than-nor- be augmented by an especially fine crop of B squad material, which, like the varsity, enjoyed an un- defeated season. SUCH BOYS, for instance, as lennie Mason, a junior tackle who should be above 190 pounds by next fall. He missed his letter by two quarters (due to that upset Chehalis deadlock). And :such boys as Duane Wilson and Jon Hem- i Exclusive! Limited Edition-fine-qualitylong-play record. i }k" 20 Great Christmas favorites-by great 00rtis/s of our time. ! i IUST RELEASED! AVAILABLE NOW! , | i Make Sure You GO this Holiday Season/ 3-T NYLON 1:0 Traor-Type Cleats dig in,- pull you through snow like a tractor I i JOW sblack- 1 as tax I, 2 recappa- ble tires NO MONEY DOWN! FREE MOUNTING! i NO L,IMIT ON MONTHS/ NO LIMIT ON MILES / NO LIMIT AS TO ROADS / NO ' | ' LIMIT AS TO SPEED / FOR THE ENTIRE LIFE OF THE TREAD. All ne Good- | , year Auto Tires Are Guaranteed against defects in workmanship and materials and | normal road hazards, except repairable punctures. If A Goodyear Tire Fails Under | , This Guarantee any +of more tahn .80000 ,Goodyear dealers in the United Btates and | , Canada will make allowance on a new tire based on original tread depth remaining , ' and current- "Goodyear Price." SHAUB-ELLISON GO. SHELTON TACOMA PUYALLUP Front & Grove Sts. 19th & Pac, Ave. 5th & E Main GOODYEAR DISTRIBUTORS FOR OVER 40 YEARS. had one at Forks in 1956 just be- fore eming to Shelton), this is his first championship with the Highclimbers. During his seven years at the Hihclimber helm Shelton has held membership in three "l-eagues--Central, Seamount and now Olympic. Sund's record for those seven years is 28 wens, 23 losses, 5 ties. The 29 lettermen of this year's squad were gamsts of the coach at a dinner party at iris home Monday night. They'll be guests again, with non-lettermen squad members and their fathers, at the annual Kiwanis Club post-season football banquet scheduled for No- vember 26. Tentatively, two Uni- versity of Washington football players--Mike Briggs, who recov- ered the blocked punt in the end zone which started the Huskies to their big victory over USC, and Dave Kopay, who was Big Six back-of-the-week as a result of his play in that same game- are scheduled to be special guests at the banquet, according to chair- xnan John Pill. BRIAN BRICKERT ]st Score, last game B Squad .............. 6 0 2 99 -ilg JunioV High ........ 4 1 1 79 20 Totals .............. 17 l 4 326 87 In all probability this is an all- time pinnacle .for football success at Shelton. thile winning the Olympic league pennant in their second year as conference members, the Highclimbeis showed their domi- nance over their rivals by the fol- lowing statistics (including three non-conference games} : Sll. Op. First downs ................ 115 47 Rushing yardage ...... 1647 898 Rushing losses .......... 185 280 i Passing yardage .......... 558 502 i i Net yardage .............. 2030 1t21 .::::: : :i! Passes attempted .......... 91 96 i  Passes completed .......... 46 28 Intercepted ........................ 7 12 Penalties ................ 19/169 21/216 j Fumbles lost .............. 10 6 These stats show that the High- climbers on offense averaged 254 yards per game passing and run- ning and on defense yielded 140 * :l: A CHAMPIONSHIP GRIDIRON PERFORHANCE (Continued from page 1) 27. The score was made in three plays, two by Clry for seven and 14 yards on thrusts arourM left end and through left guard. Shelton ]eft the field at halftime with a 19-0 lead, the third time this year the Climbers enjoyed a 3-touchdown advantage at the intermission. Shelton went 85 yards in nine plays for a third period touchdown with Lowe doing he .heavy lea- ther-lugging. Key play was his 35-yard gallop through right guard on which he cut to the left sidelines and was run-of-bounds at the five. He made it on the next play. Earlier in the drive he car- ried for one 7-yard play. Lament tossed in a big helping hand with 35 yards in five carries during the onward march. Lowe passed to err for the con- version. LEAGUE SCORING td pat pts %Villiama E ...................... 6 2 38 Don Clary S .................. 5 0 S0 Harrison PA .................. 4 1 24 Carlson NK ...................... 4 0 24 iron err S ........................ 3 2 20 Hunt PA .......................... 2 5 17 Tom Lowe S .................. 2 2 14 Briaa Brickort S ............ 2 1 13 Kelly Hurst S ................ 2 0 12 Corm CK .......................... 2 0 12 Peacock PA .....  ................ 2 0 12 Patterson PA .................. 2 0 12' Brodigan E ...................... 2 0 12 Emos PA .......................... 2 0 12 Turner CK .............. . ....... 1 2 8 Bob ttlker S .................. 1 1 7 Fred hmon S .............. 1 0 6 1)an Olson S .................. 1 6 I-Ioltin e SK ...................... 1 0 6 Sadowski SK .................. 1 0 6 Kerr PA ........... : .............. 1 0 .6 Witt CK ......................... :1 0 6 Klein NK .......................... 1 0 6 Compton CK .................. 1 0 6 Larry Iowell S .............. 0 2 2 LOWE GOT his second touch- down of the night just before the quarter Closed when he hit right guard and cut left again for 10 yards to terminate a drive which junior tackle Brian Snyder made possible with recovery of a East fumble at the Shelton 43 and Which Walker activated with a 36- yard ramble on the year's oddest play. As the Climbers came up to the line everybody was to the left of the ball acting somewhat uncer- tain and as if they wanted a time out. Some of the linemen even were facing the baclcfield, stand- ing erect But center Steve Ar- cher snapped the ball slant-wise to Walker and suddenly everybody was blocking. Walker raced wide to the'left and wound up with the game's longest run from scrim- mage. The touchdown would have come two plays earlier than it did, but an offside penalty cancelled Clary's 13-yard run around left end into the end zone. East's tondhdown was scored on an 85-yard return of Shelton's I kickoff after the Climbers' fourth touchdown. Speedy Rod Williams took advantage of Coach Sund's one concession to have all 11 of his seniors on the field at once. It was sort of embarrassing to the departers, but fortunately did no serious damage. EXCEPT FOR Williams' scoring run, East made its way into Shel- ton territory only twice, late in the second quarter after recover- ing a fumble on the 22 (from where the Knights steadily lost ground until they yielded the ball on the 29 four downs later), and then not again until the fourth quarter when they penetrated to the Climber 42 ,against reserves. These same reserves almost had another Shelton touchdown soon : Toney, Latham, Mason, Schuma- cher; GJeffery, stey, Ritner, Bugger, Close, Rutledge, LeBresk; C-S. Archer, T. Sheedy, Downing; Q-B. Brickert, Powell, B. Archer; HB-Lowe, WaBer, Clary, D. Johri- son, M. Johnson, Olson, Wagner, Swisher, L. Sheedy, Rose; FB- Hurst, Lament, Dronen, Marshall. SCOR a {gusTs Shelton ................... 6 13 14 0--33 East ...................... 0 0 6 0 6 TOUCHDOWNS (Shelton) B]'ickert (2, 1, 3, sneaks; Lowe (2), 5, 11, runs; Ciary, 7, pass fzm Lowe. (East) Williams, 84, kickoff re- turn, Conversions: (Shelton) Powell, run, err, pass from Lowe; Walker, pass from Brickert. TEAM STATISTICS S E First downs .................... 20 3 By rushing ................ 16 1 By passing ................. 4 2 By penalties .............. 0 0 Rushing INc. of plays) 41 34 Yards gained .......... 309 65 Yards lost .................. i 40 Net yards gained ...... 309 25 Passing Number attempted .... 18 11 Number completed .... 7 4 Number had intercept. 2 0 Yards gained .............. 96 56 Total net yards ............ 404 81 Total plays ...................... 59 45 Fumbles .......................... 3 4 Ball lost ...................... 2 2 Punts ............................... 1 7 Average ................. 43.0 29.1 Penalties ........................ I 3 Yards lost .................. 5 45 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Shelton Rnshing: 'b yg yl nyg avg. Lowe .............. 8 88. 0 88 11.0 Mount E .......................... 0 -Wesbey OK ..................... :0 Netterfield E ................. .0: Be!l PA .......................... 0 WaIker E .......................... 0 Billings CK .................... 0 Totals .......................... 49 PPvEP FOOTBALL SCORES OIympi6 League Shelton 33, East Bremerton 6 Port Angeles 19, North 0 Central Kitsap 7, South 0 Bainbridge 34, N. Mason 0 Forks 25, Sequim 6 Port Townsend 7, Vashon 0 Sehmount League North Thurston 32. Fife 0 Curtis 6, Peninsula 0 Bethel 7, White River 7 Sumner 53, Laughbon 0 Central League 2 21fterwad, but a pass on which 1 1 ]Bill Archer hit DaVE Johnson right 1 1 in the bread-basket was jarred 1 1 loose by a defender's tackle in the 1 1lend zone. This drive carried from 1 1 I Shelton's 21 to East's nine, largely 25 319 .on two pass-lateral plays on which Larry Powell passed to err, who in turn lateraled first to Clary for 42 yards, next to Mike Johnson for 15 yards. Clary also ran for 10 yards on a left end sweep. So ended a great season, be- fore a full-house of completely- pleased homecoming fans. It was an almost flawless performance in which picking stars among the 40 Highclimbers who saw action is Hke throwing buck shot on the' floor--you couldn't miss. Regular starting guard Jim Richards, a junior, missed the Lament .......... 7 56 0 56 8.0 Clary .............. 9 92 0 92 10.2 Walker .......... 6 51 0 51 8.5 Hurst ............ 3 10 0 10 3.3 Brickert ........ 3 5 0 5 1.7 Powell ............ 2' 2 1 1 0.50 Olson .............. 1 1 0 . 1 1.0 M. Johnson .. 1 4 0 4 4.0 Passing: pit tae int. yg vg. Lowe .............. 6 3 1 26 8.2 Powell ............ 4 2 0 58 26:0 Brickert ........ 5 2 1 13 6.5 Archer .......... 3 0 0 0 0.0 East Ruslllng: feb yg yl nyg a'g. Williams ........ 9 36 4 32 3.6 Mount ............ 7 23 0 23 "3.3 Claytoll ........ 2 5 0 5 2.5 Rickerson .. 4 1 3 -3 -0.8 Walker ........ 1 0 7 -7 -7.0 Brodigan ...... 2 0 22 -22 qI1.0 28 of 96 efforts for 292 percent. Thus an early-season fear that Shelton would lack an effective aerial game proved grmmdless. Junior halfbacks Don Clary and Tom Lowe turned up with the best individual offensive statistics, finishing one-two respectively in scoring and average gain per car- ry, while junior fullback ran sec- ond to Clary in total yardage gain- ed on the ground. Clary led the scoring with 43 points, the total yardage gained with 360, and the average per carry with an even seven yards. Lowe was second in scoring with 27 points and second in average gains with 6.6 yards. l Lma]ont second in total was yards gained at 329 with Lowe third at 290. Senior quarterback Brian Brickert had the most carries with 82, followed by Lament with 79. Here are the tables on these two categories: Scoring td tfp ill [Don Clary HB .............. 7 1 43 i:Tom Lowe HB 4 3 27 !Ron err E ..................... 3 2 20 Brian Brickert QB ........ 2 1 13 Bob Walker HB ............. 2 1 13 Kelly Hurst FB ...: ...... 2 0 12 :Fred Lament FB .., ...... 2 ,0 12 Dan Olson HB .............. 1 0 6 Larry Powell QB .......... 0 2 2 Totals ......... i ................ 23 10 148 ]Bushing C yg yl nyg ave. Clary .............. 52 366 6 360 7.0 Lowe .............. 44 309 19 290 6.6 Walker: ............ 32 150 11 139 4.3 La.mont .......... 79 335 6 329 4.2 Hurst .............. 42 125 0 125 3.0 |lch( B SQITAD of i I k Shelton 6, Olympia 0 :I%PuI Shelton 20, Eat BIIOllII Shelton 27. O1vnlpla-ll 11 Shelto,{ 0. \\;Ves{ Brer  ino{ 20, Central gitt gifrel Shellon o. South Ii:= Shelton IN;--, Shelton 13, North I03'2 Sielton 13, Tumwater . " l JUNIOR H|dll S elton 7. Hoquia$ 7 5[] Shelton 33, :Hopkins 0 Shelton 7" CentrallY' a Shelton 0: JeffersTa : v( Shelton :12. Miller ,., a' Shelton 20, Wash ingt" -- .-- -I the SCHOOL M;00i Menus For sheltOn t,=, iav -. "8 to  Week of ov. , 'iliad Monday -- Veg'. s?P/Li ham and cheese san.,i0a{ cream and milk. Tuesday -- Sloppy J; bun, whole kernel c0} slices, applesauce, '-! milk. Wednesday -- chili corn bread with butt.e,, and celery sticRs, f! cookie and milk. i Thursday -- Turkey mashed potatoe&  sauce, buttered peaS,  peaches and milR. Friday  Tuna alalo .. cheese biscuits, colds Olson .............. 11 35 3 32 3.0 and Brickert .......... 82 , sauce milk. --. 281 43 238 2.911 -,ilk' IV[. Johnson .... 1 1 0 0 1.0 I Supplement your  ,O.es' Powell ............ 7 1 18 -5 -0.7 I I with PlenaminS "'e' Archer. ........... 2 0 9 -9-45 rends R6 .i I I r I- 4'e The nutshell won-loss-tie record II 13' RR. phneLi,phne . of the three teams follows: I I t| :-RI: e YEARS00 OLD ,Ii: I i Code N ." t i l F, BOURBON S1AIOtiT BOURBON WlilSKD" tleal bourbon people reach for] WALKER'S DELUX I They ellj0y the Eatonville 10, St. Martins 0 Winlock 0, Toledo 0 White Pass 33, Yelm 12 Tumwater 7, Castle Rock 6 SWW Leagme Olympia 32, Aberdeen 13 Vancouver 7, Hudson's Bay 6 Wilson 12, Long 0 Caress 25, Battle Ground 13 Morris 28, Columbia River 0 Raymond 33, South Bend 7 Elma 13, Montesano 6 11 m[s Wm Computed for Hood Canal 1t Oakland Bay tide are 1 hr. and 1t 50 mLl., later m'd pltm 3.0 ili 1t Fa'idy, .Nl}v. 15 ttigh .............. 5 03.m. 11.0 ft. %0w .............. :10:'23 a.m. 6.0 ft. High .............. 3:48 p.m. 10.9 ft. Low .............. 10:40 p.m. -0.7 ft. S.turday, Nov. 16 High .............. 5:42 a.m. 11.5 ft. Low .............. 11:04 a.m. 6.5 ft. High ........... :.. 4:09 p.m. 10.7 ft. Low .............. 11:10 p.m. -11.0 ft. Sunday, Nov. 17 High .............. 6:19 a.m. 11.8 ft. Low .............. 11:44 a.m. 7.0 ft. High .............. 4-:32 p.m. 10.5 ft. Low .............. 11:41 p.m. -1.3 ft. ' Mnda% Tov. 18 High .............. 6:49 a.m. 12.0 ft. Low .............. 12:26 p.m. 7.3 ft. High .............. 4:50 p.m. 10.3 ft. uesday, Nov. 19 Low .............. <):15 a.m. -1.4 ft. High .............. 7:39 a.m. 12.0 ft. Low .............. 1:10 p.m. 7.6 ft. High .............. 5:28 p.m. 10.1 ft. i 'Weindy, Nov, 20 Low .............. 0:51 a.m. -1.3 ft. High .............. 8:22 a.m. 12.1 ft. Lbw .............. 2:02 p.m. 7.8 ft. High .............. 6:02 p.m. 9.7 ft. Thursday, Nov. 21 Low .............. 1:31 a.m. -1.0 ft. High .............. 9;08 a.m. 12.1 ft. Low .............. 3:01 p.m. 7.8 ft. ,I,Iig.h : .............  :48 ,p.m. 9.2 ft. game due to illness, a ., arS, I Pa,sing: ,,= ,,o extra f] v0r of the extl a 3 e : 29 14.5 -The lineups: Brodigan ...... 7 2 0 .,d.|--,,L 1 o 9 9.o < I" SHELTON: E-err, Kieburtz, SLarkel ............ 2 HIRAM WALKER & $0 Barnes, M. Brickert, Chase, Hem- McAboy ........ 1  0 14 '14.0 " $11AIGtfflIOIJIONWHIKEY 06:8 PROOF 0 O 0.0 broff, Wilson;T-Snyder, Bllttstone, Mount .......... N W and EX{ITI" the '64 ,Sea-Horse Motors the " " ,newest outboards ever V-90 GOLDEN METEOR H;gh eic;ency ue| i.dud;oa Four.barrel carburetor " Elecframafi Drive A[ernafor/enerafoP $|ng[e lever remofe confro| ... Conversafioa Qu%t SAEGER'S On H i|lcrest