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Novenlber 2, 1963 SttELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in t'Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 5 Steps Up As Varsi]y Hoep Team |y l.ane I)rPnlo . Outstanding individuals at., just five players work- as one.' Was Blqzer basketball Knulsons appraisM Situation as he steps up mentor at Shelton jun- school this winter. pessures of other du- Clayton. varsity coach la-sl ]3 V@;l/'S, i o;qrll rf c handling the 7th and matcrml this year, assignment heretofore. lacks any six-footers rst string of Chief Clay- Pnrvis. Jim Olson. Bob and Tom M:arshabl. al- is present among the in the person of Dave rho missed all last year plans to make the Bla- ,l'Unning team this year pen-post offense. A new limits junior highs to defense. 8th graders the pre- 9th graders compiled losing only to Jef- Hopkins. game this year will Hopkins in Aberdeen from today. members of Knutson's td include Rollie Duck- Mike Carper, atz, Tom Villines, Don Marshall. Jon Arm- McComb and Terry adule: at Hopkins at Miller - Centralia here - Washington here -- at Hoquiam Jefferson here L__ Hoquiam here Hopkins here Miller here - at Centralia - at Jefferson ' at Washington Film Slated At allm0000 Saturday "Appaloosa", vill be the Cloquallum Grange p.m Nov. 30, sport- the Bell Riders. Eastern Washington the film traces the be- and the history of the was developed from by the Nez Perce showing is open to shown is a film on management of hors- by the Pm'ina Feed which will also offer a as a dora' prize M W. offer a subscription HIGHCLIIIBER HOOPMEN TO RELY ON DEFENSIVE PRIDE Highclimber basketball success this asset, to accentuate the pos-,will be competing with one an- 'rlLI, TIME TO (IET this season is going to sink or itive, as it were. So the High-. other to see who holds his man SEASON TICKETS swim on defense, climbers will accentuate defense, to the fewest points. It becomes A few season tickets still are In electing Lo pin his hopes on "Ve're going to play a tight a matter of pride to be able to available to fans who would like his "stop department" rather than man-for-man." Doherty explained, say my man scored fewer points I reserved seats to the eight t=Iigh- on offense. Climber cage coach "'wilh frequent switching to off- than l did, If each man on the climber home games. The price Jim Doherty is trying something set screens. Actually it will look!team can say that at the end is $8 and the seats are the best, new in his cxpermnce as a bas- at times like a zone. and might of the game ihen the team e'm't in the gym. ketball mentor, actually be called a man-for-man lose." They may be obtained from Always before he lms placed zone, but basically we'll be play- I This could work. !Principal George IKermes at the heavy accent on scoring more ing a strict man-for-man defense." For one thing, Dohcrty is work- senior high school. points than the opposition. This Part of the strategy will be ing with a group of athletes who .......................... have pride, most of them mere- = ,z=r0LI a'  l|lll | '001|;00 a' bers of this year's undefeated year he will concentrate on hold- use of a modifiod press. ink the opposition to less points "We'll try to stop the down than his Highelimbers. floor dribble just as it crosses Maybe that sounds like a bit the center line," Doherty said. of double talk. like some sort of "In effect, the center line then WOMEN WINNERSThese five ladles of the Fall Eclectic competitions; Nita Kimbel, runner- links corralled all but one of the honors awarded up in the President's Trophy tournament and one at the 'annual Shelton Golf Club awards banquet of the monthly medalists: and Virginia Bayley, his command this season, but sides." last week. From left they are Helen Rice, fall winner of the Fall Eclectic and Zedna Ashbaugh tournament champion and winner of the trophy Trophy events as well as bei0g runner-up in the for lowering her handicap most during the season; Fall Tournament. Ruth Heuston, runner-up in the Jean Yeager, winner of the Team Captain's, Spring Eclectic and the other monthly medalist, President's, and Spring Eclectic trophies; Ann Col missed the picture-taking. tea, runner-up in both the Team Captain's and GOLF CLUB CALENDAR FINE CROWD ATTENDS championship trophy, won ;by ANNUAL AWARDS DINNER Sonny Lows. an absentee for the One of the best.crowds in the night, as was runner-up Jack history of the annual Shelton Golf Stewart. Bob ,Vuench was on Club awards dinner turned out hand to accept the President's last week to witness the presents- Cup as was Larry Larson to ac- tion of honors earned during the cept the Team Captain's Trophy past season by both men and wo- on behalf of himself and -his ab- men competitors, sent partner, Jim Pauley. Buck The potluck dinner in the Bay- Price and Gene Hanson were sec- shore clubhouse drew more than ond and present to accept their b0 club members, who applauded award. vigorously as the awards were Bud Pauley was in the embar- presented .and generally had a big rassing spot of presenting himself time, Presentations of the feminine awards were shared by Virginia Bayley, Ann Correa and Ruth Heuston. Jean Yeager gathered the lion's share, three first place trophies tYor winning the Team Captain's, President's, and Spring Eclectic events. Virginia herself won two. the Fall Eclectic and the Zedna Ashbaugh trophy as well as being second in the Spring Eclectic. Helen Rice also took home two trophies, as winner of the Fall tournament and for low- ering her handicap the most dur- ing the season. She was also one of three (Dot Hillier and Joanne MeComb the others) who broke 100 this season in weekly wo- men's competition, Anne received two runner-up awards, in the Team Captain's and Fall Eclectic events. Ruth had a second place in the Spring Ec- lectic and with Nita Kimbel won government gobbledegook, but in acts ahnost like a second, de- reaIity there is a distinct dis- fender as .the man with the ball tinetion" in Doherty's book. will be limited to what move- THE StlELTON casaba tutor ment "he can make to his rear knows he hasn't too much scot'- while ore" defender \\;\,ill be !,imit- ing potential in the material at ing his movement to the front and one of the two monthly play med- als. Nita also was second in the President's Cup competition. On the men's side, tournament chairman Bud Pauley made the awards, assisted by pro-manager :Ray Walker. No one man earned News as a door more'than one top trophy. Most coveted, of course, was the club there are definite signs his young DEFENSIVE pride is another iron-ring addicts have a penchant weapon in Doherty's arsenal. for keeping the enemy from get- "We're working on a type of ting too gay around the basket squad spirit which makes it a they're defending, matter of honor to do a good de- It makes sense, then, to exploit fensive job, by which the kids TROPHY TAKERS  Three events produced iron) Hanson, who teamed for runner-up honors tlhese seven (and several more absentees) trophy in the same event. In rear row are Bob Wuench winners in men's golf competition last season, far right), winner of the President's Cup, in which They collected their hardware at last week's an- Larson and Sonny Lowe tied for second; Jack nual awards dinner at the Bayshore Clubhouse. In Gray (far left), runner-up in the club champion- Fredson. Sally and Wall: Clayton, front row are Larry Larson (center) who teamed ship second flight; Ivan Myers (second eft), run- and Frankie and Bob Wuench. with Jim Pauley (absent) to win the Team Cap- ner-up in the first flight; and Bud Pauley (second tain's Trophy, Buck Price (left) and Gene (7- right), winner of the third flight. JUNIOR LEAGUE w Joslin Insurance .................. 28 Bloomfield Logging .......... 27 13 Hembroff. Agency .............. 25 15 Beckwith Jewelry .............. 23 17 Timber Bowl ........................ 17 23 Merv's Tireeap .................. 16 24 Starkey's Heating .............. 12 28 The Hut .............................. 10 30 High games--Peg Bloomfield 156. Joe Thompson 202. the winner's cup in the club championship third flight, but L. L. McInelty and Darrell Dennis- ton, fiPst and second flight vic- tors; were not present, nor was :No. 2 man in the third flight, Laurie Carlson. Runners-up in the first and second flights, Ivan My- ers and Jack Gray, answered roll however. * "-I: * GOLF CLUB TO HOLD NEW YEAR'S DANCE On the verge of being aband- oned for lack of a chairman, the Shelton Golf Club's annual New Year's Eve dance was rescued from oblivion when Muriel and Howard "Somers volunteered to accept the big job. Their assisting committee mem- ber's include Gert and Bill Bat- stone. Ruth and Buck Price, Sue and Bean Daniels. Jane and Ken Live musm. delectable refresh- ments and the appropriate at- mosphere for seeing the old year out and the new year in are promised. Invitations to members with all the details will be in the mail this week. OUTSIDERS TAKE CYCLE TROPHIES highly welcome reward. Bloomfield Logging 4 (Claude Ten place trophies were award- Cook 5611. Hembroff 0 (A1 Glov- er 437t; Merv's Tireca, p 2 {Joe Thompson 478), The Hut 2 (Du- ane Wilson 4401. Over 60 riders from all parts of the northwest participated in the Shelton Trailblazers, Cycle Club annual endurance run last Sunday. I The lon grind started at 9:30 a.m. and finished about 1:00 p.m., when the coffee and chili served by the sponsoring club was a HARDWARE PAINTS 1 mile off highway on Cole Road G00YTON MARSHALL MEN'S CITY LEAGUE V L 'GET BLAZER HOHORS Beckwith Jeweh'y .......... 22 14 40 & 8 .............................. 20 16 Iunior high football horrors ,we:e, { Shaub-Ellison .................. 19 , 16  parcelled out Wednesday fter- John's Richfield .............. 19 17 Prepp's Rexall Store ...... 18fi 17,. noon at the annual fall athletic as- Wilson Company ............ 16 20 sembly with qnarterback Chief Frisken Oil ...................... 16 20 Clayton and halfback Tom Mat'- shall getting the two special awards voted by squad members. Chief was elected honorary High series--Sonja Ahlquist 401 earptain and Tom was voted the Claude Cook 561.. inspirational award. Coach Bill Brickert announced the two awara Joslin 4 (F. Hughes 480), Beck- winners after presenting varsity with 0 Reid Preppernau 475: letters o 27 players and six man- Timber Bowl 4 ,Bill Tobler 447), agers. This list was printed in Starkey's 0 Duane Phillips 3751: last week's Journal). Road Builder's Supply GRANGE LEAGUE XV L Shelton Valley ................ 33/. 18,. Matlock ..................... : ...... 31 21 Agate ............................... 26 26 Pomona ............................ 25 27 Patrons ............................ 24 /, 27 /. Skokomish ....................... 23 28z Cloquallum ...................... 23 28 Southside ......................... 21 31 High games--Carl Emsley 201, Pauline Emsley 165. High series--Carl Emsley and 3ira Rossmaier, each 528, Pauline Emsley 466. Matlock 4 (Jim Rossmaier 528t, Agate 0 (Henry Warnes 446t; Cloquallun] 4 (Jim Sauer 455), Skokomish 0 (Frank Minor 491); Southside 3 (Carl Emsley 528), Pa- trons i (Joe Simpson 472); Po- mona 3 (Henry Cook Jr. 4521, Shelton Valley 1 (Ralph Simpson 463). HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE W L Ronnie's ............................ 31 21 4 GET STRAIGHT A Four Shelton junior high stu- dents, all girls, earned straight A grades during the first grading period of the 1963-64 school term PNncipal Bruce Schwarck announ- ced yesterday. They were Sherry Jeffery, 9th grade; Linda Barrom and Pat McNeil. 8th grade; and Shari Gruver, 7th grade. TIDES OF THE WEEK ComPuted for Hood Canal Oakland Bay tides axe 1 hr. and 50 rain, later and plux 3.0 it. Friday, November 29 High ............ 3:43a.m. ll.lft. 527), Ralph's 0 Don Josephsou Imw ............ 9:043.m. 5.6ft. 489); Bill's SHell 3 (Hank Burch- High " 2:41 p.m. 12.5ft. ill 540/. Stewart's 1 (Ray Brown Low ............ 9:44 p.m. -2.1 ft. 504); Miller's 3 [Chuck Thomp- Saturday, November 30 High ............ 4:39 a.m. Low ............ 9:58 a.m. High ............ 3:20 p.m. Low ............ 10:27 p.m. Sunday, December 1 High ............ 5:33 a.m. Low ............ 10:52 a,m. High ............ 4:00 p.m. Low ............ 11:11 p.m. 12.1 ft. 6:2 ft. 12.5 ft. -3.1 ft. Simpson Timber .............. 13 23 High game-.Ed White 235, Vie Zabroski 220. High series-Ed Vhite 558. $ :: * John's Richfield 3 Vic Zabro- ski 552). Prepp's 0 Ed White 558) ; Shaub-Ellison 2  Start Ahl- quist 5521. Frisken Oil 1 Jess Daniels 511: Simpson 2 (Sam Diggle 508/. Wilson 1 Dan Wil- son 522): Beckwith 2 ,Joe An- derson 536, 40 & 8 1 [Fritz Neau 550t. MERCHANTS LEAGUE W L Prepp's Rexall Store ...... 29 19 Olympic Plywood .............. 29 19 Bill's Shell Service .............. 28 20 Miller's .................................. 27 21 Old Mill .............................. 22 26 Ralph's Serve-U .............. 21 27 Kimbel & Whitey .............. 19 29 Stewart's Foodline: .......... 17 31 High game---Ed Johnson 243, Corky Dickinson 224. High series---Jerry Christy 578, "Prepp's 4 (Dave Harris 576), Kimbel & Whitey 0 (Jerry Chris- ty 578): Plywood 4 (Jim Simmons son 508). Old iV[ill-1 (Ed Bae 504). RAYONIER RESEARCH W L Maintenance ................... 32 , 19V_, 12.7 ft, Water Boys ...................... 32 20 6.7 ft. Rayonetges ...................... 31 21 12.1 ft. Acetate Aces .................. 27 25 -3.6 ftl Silva Foxes .................... 27 25 Hood Canal Marina ........ 31 21 Monday, December 2 Shelton Marine Supply ..28 23Uz High ............ 6:25 a.m. 13.1 ft. Ball's Food Center .......... 27 24V2 Low ............ 11:47 a.m. 7.1 ft. Jim Pauley Inc ............... 24 28 High ............ 4:44 p.m. 12.0 ft Low ............ 11:57 p.m. -3.5 ft. Tuesday, December 3 High ............ 7:17 a.m. 13.3 ft. Low ............ 12:44 p.m. 7.3 ft. High ............ 5:30 p.m. 11.4 ft Wednesday, December 4 Low ............ 0:45 a.m. -3.0 ft High ............ 8:10 a.m. 13.1 ft. LOw ............ 1:46 p.m. 7.3 ft. High ............ 6:0 p.m. 10.7 ft. Thursday, "December 5 Low ............ 1:34 a.m. -2.1 ft. High ............ 9:04 a.m. 13.1 ft. Low . ........... 2:54 p.m. 7.0 ft. High ........... 7:20 ,p.m. 9.8 ft. The Veterans Administration has been an independent agency of the United States since 1930. Wood Birds ...................... 27 25 Pin Curles .................... 19; 32 Fourfowlers .................... 12 40 High games -- Jean Johnston 196, Percy Zamzow 195. High series Jean Johnston 492. Don Woods 524, Mell Chevrolet ................ 22 . 29A Shelton Union Service ..2 30 B & W Marina .............. 211,/,,, 30 High game--Ellen Rebman 174, High series--Stella Howard 476 Split picks----Stella Howard 5-8- 10 and 5-7-9, Alice Kopperman 3-9-10, Lil Updyke 6-7-10, Marie Runnion 5-7. Shelton Marine Supply 4 (Syl- via Fonzo 425). Jim Pauley Inc. 0 Ellen Rebman 475) ; Hood Canal Marina 4 (Lil Updyke 467). Mell Chev. 0 (Jen Tratnick 395/; Ball's 3 (Cleo Hulet 465), Shelton Union Service 1 (Stella Howard 476); B & W Marina 3 (Betty Dean 467). Ronnie's 1 (Virginia Dundas 417). LANNY SLATER and The Triumphs EVERGREEN RALLROOH SAT., NOV 30---9:30 to 2:00 ADMISSION On the Old $1.25 OlyTc0ma H ighw3Y Road Ph. 426-8224 ed in this order: 1st, Dave Leed- ore, Tacoma. riding a Matchless; 2nd, Ernie Slee. Seattle, on B.S.A.; 3rd, Tony Schataz, Seattle. Grev- es; 4th, Don Henning, Centralia, Sprint; 5th. Jim Moore. Castle Rock. Dueati; 6th, Jim Iles. Pu- yallup, B.S.A,; 7th, Bud Clayton, Renton, Yamaha; 8th. Mel Mar- tin, Olympia, Triumph; 9th, Wal- ly Breseh, Puyallup B.S.A.; 10th, Rolland Meek, Orting, B:S.A. a LeSabre..Buick builds a high.priced car, and puts a low price on it. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :!!:i : !!;!i:iiil;iiiii:i!iiii!!iiiiiiii!iiiii!i!i!iiii Lots of cars are in LeSabre's price class, but that's where the resemblance ends. For instance: Does anybody else in LeSabre's class treat you to that gentle Buick ride or impressive Buick performance and new gas economy? No. And who else gives you 15- inch wheels, finned aluminum front brakes, extra cushioning for middle-seat travelers, and separate heat ducts and controls for the rear seat? Right again: Nobody in LeSabre's field but LeSabre. If all this makes you think a LeSabre would look awfully nice in your garage, you should see how nicely it fits a budget. You know who to see about it, of coursc: your Buick dcaler. Who else? Above all, it's a Buick THORIZED BUICK DEALER. AUTHORIZED BUI3K DEALERS I THIS AREA: SHELTON MOTOR GO 233 So, I st SI. fMc's ThanksgMne Oay P,vade On football team who've brought with thcm an aura of victory and pride Washes Out 15 Nal from the gridiron . ._ you recog- nize the namcs- Orr. Jeffery, Powell, Walker, Brickert, 01son t the returning lettermen . . . and Richards, Bames Swisher. THE NON-FOOTBALL aspi- wants can't help but soak up this atmosphere, so it's a cinch pretty soon. if they don't have it al- ready, that Denny Bailey, Jim An- derson. Bob Towle. Terry Kad- oun or whoever else punches his way into the varsity squad, will be saturated with that same pride. It's infecLuous. Next Tuesday night Doherty impression gained.watching televi- puts his new system to its first sion. S ' test, in the Olympic League jam- IN HIGlt (,HOOt wrestling, bores at Central Kitsap where it may sm'prise you to knw, the the Highclimbers will have a cou- full Nelson. the foot stomp to ple of quarters of skirmishing the ear. and virtually all the with East Bremerton, South Kit- other dirty tactics of the pros is sap and Central. illegal. High school wrestlers, too, Gandidates Already Illustrating the severe demands of wrestling, 15 candidates for the Highclimber varsity mat squad have already dropped out during the first two weeks of conditioning, Coach Larry "Weir reports. Apparently wrestling isn't such an easy sport to earn a letter in as many ghink, and wrestlers are- n't the overstuffed bodies with muscles but no agility or brains that the public pictures from the Action starts at 7:30 o'clock. Shelton fans will be anxiously wthing to see if the Highclimb- ers can forget about scoring more points than their opponents in fa- vor of holding them to less than Lhey scm:e themselves. SCtEDULE REVEALS SOME MID-WEEK CONTEST Shelton's 1963-64 basketball schedule reveals a return, on a small scale, to mid-week play, a eature of hoop slates missing the I past w years. Three Tuesday dates are listed, starting with next Tuesday's jam- boree at Central Kitsap. The oth- er two are a pair of home-and- home contests with East Bremer- ton, the first January 17 at East, he second January 28 with East here. The complete schedule follows: Dec. 3 {Tues.  --- Jamboree at Central Kitsap, Dec. 6 - East here. Dec. 7 - at Fife Lec. 13 -- at West Dec. 17 --- at East Dec. 21 .-- Fife here Jan. 3 - at South Jan. 4 -- West here Jan. 10 -- at North Jan. 17 -- Central here Jan. 24 -- Port Angeles here Jan. 28 --- East here Feb. 7- North here Feb. 14 -.- at Central Feb. 21 at East Feb. 28 ..... South here Feb. 29 -- at Port.Angeles All are league games excopt the pair with Fife and two of the contests with East. must maintain the same scholastic standards of other athletes. Actually, extracting all the TV version of wrestling, you could find yourself en3oying a true. honest match of agility, wits and conditioning watching the prep matmen go at it. Su2arisingly enough, agility is one of the prime factors in suc- cessful high school wrestling, but wits are most important of atl as a wrestler must learn and re- member every counter and coun- ter-counfer hold. THE VRESTLING squad reas- onably plays a back-seat to the basketball team but it is a puzzle to Coach Weir why a sport which enjoyed a 10-3 record last year faces such low enthusiasm in Shelton rooters. Weir's squad is rapidly ap- proaching its first competition of the year, against the Olympia Bears in Olympia just a week from tonight At 6:30 the B squad tangle with varsities an hour la- tel'. 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