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cember 5, 1963 ItSTL[RS OPEN SCHEDULE 00IGHT AGAIHST OLYMPIA :&apos;Jlt LANE PREMO @,,j-nee will be their Fllalll ,tonight when the Hioh- pen their sea- Wrestling [ Olympia's well-sens- a at ()l','nu)ia. Iubers t{ave a solid nuc- / r01l Tavlor, Russ Har- Inyder, Lowe ana In in the lower and mid- ioi, t. divisions, but the rest is relatively limited pel'lence. last year's team miss the first matell groin muscle, but be ready when the mare their first of the schedule+ AT DATE they enter- Thurston Rams in on engagement schea- o'clock in Lincoln shonld note this site home matches will be gym). I Olympia should be a severe te.;t fro' Coach Larry Weir's mat- men. The Bears had almost 100 eand,datas out for the squad. ,15 with a previous expcmence. The Bears also have had one match ah'eady, m;tscoring Tumwater by a 2-1 margin., But "vVcir isn'l worried. Vii:t Shell m's solid nucleus and its new cm'c of hopefuls the g'rapp- liAg qesslon tonight should prove exciting and indicative of the COllliD ClinlbPr season. WEIR WILL SEND to the ]]nat as his varsity starters Joe Thomp- son 103 ibs.. wiry and quick re- actions: Collin err. 112, his first match: Larry Ewing, 120, moves fast and is hard to nin: Daron Taylor. 127, strong and expermn- red; Russ Harvey, 133. strong and wiry; Joe Snyder, 138, probably the best in applying holds; Tom Lowe, 145, strength SI-ELTON--MAEON COUNTY JOURNAL--l'ublished in "Ch, rstmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington , i i , i ICARS 00SED ,tnomy Clmmps alcon Ranchero ."'t|p e.gme, 6,000 m.es 'r;tlcon Sedan i deluxe trim, auto. a.lcon Wgn. 4 Dr. =[I!llman Minx i"4 on the floor" "[mmbler American  ':station wagon ord Custom i ' 6 cy,. e 'ord Customline .6 eyl. r Good Used Cars Pord Itry Sedan 4 dr. V-8 - Iss. lhymouth tlrban, 2 dr. V-8 Auto. [ord 2 dr. H.T. LI " O.D. q l Truek00 |Pord Ton le Side short box 6 cyl. /IVord Crew bus Blazers Open Today At Hopkins With and speed Sh Swift Li p main assets; Paul Brown, 154, did 0rt, neu well last year in heavier weight class; Mike Byrd. 165, inexper- Coach Je"y Knutson sends a ienced, needs more time; Tim Blazer varsity basketball team Bryand, 175, very strong but weak into action at Aberdeen today on holds; Ed Latham, 191, very which averages only 5-feet-8-in- ?romising but needs seasoning; ches in height John Vonhof, unlimited, big but The new Blazer ninth grade also needs time to leant, mentor, however, has strong he- Weir expects to lose the first pes for his "peewees" for they few matches but figures the have burning speed and handle the Climbers will learn by their mis- takes. The junior varsity lineup v"ill fo:feit in the 103, 175, and un- limited division but enter Thane Rucker, 172; Mike Malloy, 120; Mere Kinnan, 127; Dave Deth- lefs, 133; Steve Daugherty, 138; Dan Barrom, 145; Len Rau, 151; Greg Souliere, 165; and Renme Mason, 191. KNUTZEN KNOCKS MEN'S CITY 619 ball well. "If we don't run into too much height we should give a good ac- count of ourselves," Kmtson said. His tallest starter will be Dave Bayley, an even six-footer who hissed last year's 8th grade sea- son due to illness. Chief Clayton at the other post {the Blazers will play a double post) has good nmscle and is next biggest, while Sim Olson, Bob Masteller and Tom Marshall round out the start- ing five. Marshall is 5-5 To back np the starters Knut- son has Dick Knautz, Skip Pur- i vis, Rollie Duckham, Mike Carper, Ellis Halbert, Terry Joslin and Rick Marshall. Today's game at Aherdeen will be against Hopkins. The Blazers trek right back to Aberdeen again next week to play Miller in their second game Dec. 12, then get their first home game on Tues- day, Dec. 17, when Centralia comes to Shelton gym. I Eighth grade teams play pre- lims to the varsity contests. ...... + ...... ?+ .2 i :+ ++, " "5: " +., " ,+ . : +.+,, ,..:+., .... ,,+++,++:++:++ ,. ,+ ,..+. + !!+. +:. :+ +..++,.,+v.,++.+ ...... +;+.:,.+,:+++.+o:.:, ++ .: ............. +++. +..+., -+:,, l!i;':.+.+,, ... 5%:+:.!+.+. +: ::: CONVULSIONS?--Nope, just a group of Highclimber wrestling aspirants going through one of the strenuous conditioning exer- cises prescribed by Coach Larry Weir. This is a neck builder, Imul i i i i i Iii i i iiii l lllllUllllUll i l i|ii l llllllllNl+Ul I lU I 1112111 II| II I I I lffllU IILIIIUlml |Illlll I II l llll+llllll I llUl I l l lll+|[mllmmmmm I OUTDOORS +-' o,o,,i" 00^SO" CO0"'00 ,,,,, .... Stream Dec. Jan ]Feb. Mar. Month Bogachiel River ........................................... 129 446 387 354 December Calawah River ................................................ 3 59 107 33 F, 'l)z'tlal'y Chehalis Rivet" . .............................................. 3.450 1,2 1,048 668 Dee,,mber Dewaito River ............................................... 10S 22 33 December Dosewallips River ......................................... 243 173 218 111 December l)uclmbuslt River ......................................... 151 114 148 125 December Dung.chess River ............................................ 357 612 387 489 April 29 273 284 236 February Elwha River + ....................... i ........................... llamm Ilarnmt River ................................ 118 63 96 7 Decpmber Hoh River . ..................................................... 302 1,450 1.553 867 February Humptulips River . ....................................... 5.727 2,6,t9 1,328 1.103 February Queets River . ................................................. 81 214 225 199 February Quilcene T{iver ................................................ 4g 33 22 7 December WILSON WALLOPS 629 IN FRATERNAL MEN'S CITY LEAGUE W L Beckwith Jeweh-y ........ 24 14." 40 & 8 ............................ 22 17 John's Richfield ............... 18 Shaub-Ellison ................ 201,./, 1SUe Prepp's Rexall Store .... 20V, 18) Frisken Oil .................... 17 22 Wilson Company ........ 161],]_, 221. Simpson Timber ............ 14 25 High game--Stan Ahlqust 234, Bud Knutzen 228. High series --- Bud Knutzen 619. FRATERNAL LEAGUE IV L Fuller Construction ........ 37 15 Moose Antlers .................. 32 20 Kiwanis Club .................. 32, 19U, Eagles Aerie ................... 26 26 Bud Knutzen got a 619 series on steadiness and Stan Ahlqiust missed 600 through a slow start in features of men's city league bow- ling action Monday night at Shel- ton Rec. Bud fired games of 193, 228 and 198 as he paced league-lead- Bull Moose ........................ 21 31 assenger in K Beekwith Jewelry to a 21,,,2,-, Rotary Clnb ................. 21 31 for a big camper verdict over Wilson Company (AI- Shelton Hardware .......... 19h 32:, ].I:  , lie Robinson 525), while Stan fin- LI- 1 1 Ion ished uo with a blazin 234 after Lions Club ................... 19 33 - /[Flat Bee 160 anal 192 openers got" 586 as High game--Bill \\;Vilson 217. ', |F01, I/ ra_., his Shaub-Ellison quintet lost a High Series:-B2ll :)Vilson 629. 1k'. = 72 -'JJ 2-1 decision to John's Richfield #1 up (Neal Demeree 553). Consistency was Bill XVilson's h In the other two matches, 40 basic weal)on as he hammered out IM RAIII I IKII & 8 (Bill Beseh 581) and Prepp's a 629 series in Fraternal bowl- ing league play Monday at the r', ritUILKI lnU, Rexall Store ted Dunbar 530) Timber Bowl. .]l Railroad " Bu Rose earned odd-game nods respective- His games of 202-210-217 turn- 6-8 ^,, ,^,,. ly over Simpson Timber (Darrell ed the trick but still weren't >rl ............... Denniston 535) and Frisken Oil __ (Joe Holt 516). enough td stave off a 3-1 defeat suffered by his Bull Moose team l::igI.i[:gltgf. at the bands of Shelton Hard- ware (Larry Lyle 547). t nnEN  All decisions for the night went by that same 3-1 margin---Ful- ler Construction (Floyd Fuller Vi 574) over Moose Antlers (Lloyd Clark 539), Kiwanis Bob Wold- !] FRIDAY en 493) over Lions (Walt Wolden 567), and Rotary (Jack Swanson 494) over Eagles (Lionel Leman 529). ___ NIhHTS Trav0000 Scores 3-1 Twice Scoring identical 3-1 victories 1 UNTIL 8:30 over Pacific Lanes in both morn_ ing and afternoon rounds, Shel- ton's entry in the Evergreen Trav- , elettes bowling league pushed forcefully upward in the stand- ings Sunday.  The two squads were matched in regular schedule for the morning " : , and then faced each other again in a position pairing in the after- noon. Jean Ream's 558 and Lil Dale's 538 led Shelton's morning success while Phyllis Ziegler set the pace with a 568 in the after- A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. noon. Verna Johanson and Virginia Fuller completed the lineup. HERE'S HOW IT WORKS: . Detachible form ,Ideal For .._ "Savtng A=ounts Statementm Past Due Notkel Personnel Inquiry' , Contract F,,yment Fund Drlvet MMi Order Selling Mail-Well Retumelopes axo avlabI Ia the following colored paper. Whit Mail-Wll and Pink, Green and Goldea Autunm in Glowtono Stock. Mail-Wdl envelope for.your ,v,ry business nd THE JOURNAL PACE 7 ....................................................... i: + ........ uitom detachl our statement, or* der form, olectto llotice, dueI, tc,, and Inserts hecte In pocket of rmturt tnveloim. Detach- able flap. provldeI uatomerl with I ord of ozpenn 3. Return envelopo 7 Climbers Named On AIl.Opponenls Olympic Line-ups Quillayute River ............................................ Quinault River ................................................ Satsop River .................................................... Skokomih River ............................................ Soleduck River . ............................................... Tahuya ]River . ................................................. Union River ...................................................... Vynooehe River ............................................ STEELHEADERS IN THIS AREA FORTUNATE Blessed beyond most is the Ma- son County steelhead fisherman--- because he has at his doorstep one river or another to provide good fishing at all stages of the winter season. The general winter steelhead season runs through December, January and February, for the most part. In Mason County somewhere there is at least one river which "peaks" during each of these months. For example, all the rivers I which empty into Hood Canal 1 seem to "peak" in December, ex-/ eept the prolific Skokomish, which I hits its best in January so far I as the steelhead fistierman is con- cerned. And in February he has the Satsop reaching i{s pinnacle of yields, and remains strong in March as well. Here is a table showing the proportionate "best bets" for the three principal nronths of the win- ter season, based on averages es- tablished by catch records dur- ing the past 10 years for the most popular Olympic Peninsula steel- head streams: 1 best month with 723 fisi taken. Several of the Olympic streams have steelhead in them the year around, as the last of the winter- runs come into them in the spring mingling with the first of the ear- ly summer-runs and in the same manner the early winter-runs will be right on the heels of the late summer-runs. From the preceding table it is easily discernible that December: is the best month in by far the majority of the steelhead waters, or during the first month of the regular winter season. Steelhead fishermen are advised, not to bring their dogs with them this year because, since beaver trapping season is open nov,, for the first time, traps are set on many of the streams I STEELHEAD START SLOW Water was-right but the fish just weren't there. In brief, that sums up the steel- head season opening last week- end. Only one catch is in the books at Sheltons two sporting goods stations, Verle's and l, Vingard's -- Ed Johnson's 7/.pounder taken m the Chehalis Sunday. With no new rain during the week conditions continue to augur well for the early season effort -- if the fish Would just show. A run arriving before the next rain would provide some excellent sport for the winter fishing ad- dicts. There is sport out on the salt chuck, however. Reports from Harstine Island indicate the black- mouth are plentiful and hungry. Alex Smith and Dick Glaser each hit for pairs Sunday using green- and-white imitation squid. Alex 'has 8 and 7 pounders, Dick 6 and 7, pounders. ELK ALA PIONEERS Another elk fell to the mark- manship of Mason County boy',- and-arrow shots. Don Morrlson and A1 Handley (the report didn't say who made MEN'S COMMERCIAL ziegler's Camer Shop ...... 36 16 Wingard's Sport Shop ...... 32 20 Ritner's HigiIballers .......... 28 24 B & R Oil .......................... 27 25 Moose Lodge ...................... 26 26 Wilson Company .............. 24 28 Gott Oil .............................. 21 31 Verle's Sporting Goods ...... 14 38 High game--Dick Gardner 222 High series-Dale Yost 598 Ritner', 4 (Dale Yost 598), Verle's 0 (Bb'Ceveland 482)" mgler s 4 tEd , Hurd 582), WiN son Compan 5 0 (Dan Wilson 552); B & R 3 (Bert Hoard 551), Gott Oil 1 (Gene Geist 480); Wingard's 3 (Joe Engen 532), Moose 1 (Bill Wilson 509). 369 232 114 192 199 221 181 I73 314 454 535 498 203 505 332 251 690 793 498 159 59 55 44 122 99 55 173 443 395 321" the shot) got a 5-point bull in the Queets Sunday during the special i bow-and-arrow season now in !force. DUCK HUNT N(, GOOD Two Highclimbers were named on the first team and five on the second sqwd in composite a!l- opponent choices made by Olym- pic Peninstda league football play- er,s. Senior end Ron err and senior interior lineman Bob Jeffery got the first team nods while junior backs Don Clary and Fred La- mont, senior quarterback Brian Brickert, and junior lineman Bri+ an Snydcr and Jim Richards were named on the second team. Ammuncement of the a!l-oPl:O- nent selectmns was received by C(mch Bob Sund of the undefeat- ed championship Highclimbers this week. North Kitsap had four players on the first squad (two of them in ties with Central Kitsap play- December el'x), while Central and Port An- January geles had three each on the first February team. January The choices were: Hunt, PA, J'muary back; Williams, East, back; Rob- Dei:eml)e,.ierts, INK, and Turner, CK, tied 1),-Ii(mb, r for back; Witt CK, and Gnos Jaruary NK, tied for quarterback; err Shelton, and Peacock, PA, ends Ury, CK, center; Kristensen, NK Jeffery, Shelton, Gordon, NK, an0 \\;Vomac, PA, interior lineman. On the second team were: Clary and Lanront, Shelton, and Carlson NK, backs; Brickert, Shelton, ano Lovell, PA, tied for quarterback eUltOmlrloldl -[= :- " a=, down a,,a II rf| I \\;X X'4 v, 1 vao. mdr foe I. /.-i-" I Irstuxa to og. Although specific instances are [ Conn, CK, one end; Enos, PA, and lacking, reports to x, Vingard's and Pharr. East, tied for the other i Verle's indicates duck hunters are lend; Bedford, PA, center; Snyder finding excellent luck in the river tand Richads. Shelton, Armstrong, mouths and lakes of Mason Coun-,East,I and Olson, NIt, interior line- ty. I nren. EAST HERE FRIDAY FOR HIGHCLIHBER HOOP OPEHER Coach Jim Doherty shoos his Highcliml)er basketl)all squad in- to its first' regula games of the 1963-64 season Friday and S'H- urday nights witi a little better idea of how his personnel per- forms under fire as the result of Tuesday night's jamboree at Central Kitsap. When the Climbers entertain East Bremerton in Shelton gym Friday .night Doherty will be in- fluenced, undoubtedly, in his choice of a starting lineup by the performances of Jim Ander- son. Bob Towle and I)uane \\;Vilson in the jamboree. T,)wle and Anders,m ea/'Eed at- tention for their work on offense while \\;Vffson dre\\;v eyes for his work on defense. Towle and Anderson were in the two separate starting lineups which Doherty used in the two separate periods of the jamboree, but Wilson was not. I)OltERTY SPLIT his 12-man squad into sepmate 6-man mits for the jamboree and did not in- termingle them. Towle scored the first four points as the Climbers shaded South Kitsap, 8-7, but it was Bob Jeffery's basket with 21 seconds to go which actually won tar verdict. Anderson scored six points as the Climbers lost a 17-10 decision to East Brenrerton in the janr- boree's "championship" period. Anderson pulled Shelton from a 5-2 deficit to a.6-5 lead with two quick baskets and the Climbers led again, for the last time, at 8-7 on Brian Brickert's bucket. "Wilson was lhe sixth man on Anderson's squad, coming in about halfway through the session and laying some excellent defensive ball. He did not score. SPEAKING of scoring, the Climbers didn't show much point- production. Lam'y Powell, last year's ace, was blanked as was Bob Walker. The only other bas- kets not aheady mentioned were by Terry Kadoun in the first per- led and Dan Olson in the second. The Clhnbers missed all nine of their foul shots. They rebounded well !against South hut not as successfully against East. The Black Knights, who will be the oppents for Friday's game, used 6-foot-6 Carl Meyer at cen- ter against the Climbers and he )rodnced six points to share scor- ing honors with Anderson. East drubbed Soulh. 23-1:/. in the con- solation l)eriod. Of the fern+ teams in the jamboree East and Centr'd looked best Soll|h weakest. After Friday's game the Clintb- ers will go to Fife Saturday night. Both ga111es are non-oonfel'enco coutests. The 3amboree lineups: NltI.'I/rON 8 SOI'TI! 7 P*v,'t'] l f Loilh 2 [-)l'l f t 1 d l tile T.wh' t o ()|S*ll 1 I(adolln 2 g K,.noy, t I 2 .q tl]) S $11('1 hill-- J,' fl'+'l')" 2. NollI|l-- McCre:tll.v. .'IcC,wn. Yingling. I';AST 17 -SlIE1/rON l0 13*'rteaHx 2 f ()lsc)n 2 Winderl 1 f Ri,.hards ][O't'l" () Q .A.11del'SO/1 { Ituu'uellill 6 g Bt'iekerl 2 Slate 2 g W:dker Subs: East--Fisher+ Slraehan. ml- t(m--Wilst,n. BANTAMS BATTLE, LOSE TO JUNIORS Age just barely offset bowl- ing skill in a battle of t:enpin tetrderfeet at the Timber Bowl Sunday. A picked team of junior bowlers shaded a counterpart from the bantam league by a scant two pins in the unusual maple lane duel. Junior Bill Tobler's 509 ser- ies (and 203 game) earned indiv- idual scoring honors, but he got a stout argmment from bantam Chuck Thompson, who bagged a 471 series and 185 game. Here's how the scoring went: JUNIORS--Bill Tobler 506, Bruce Pearson 388, Gary Robinson 310, Sonja Ahlquist 424; BANTAMS --A1 Hughes 394, B. Stanley 324, Don Donaldson 278, Chuck Thompson 471. RETAR DEI) BOWLER Tommy Kunklc got the first "turkey" of the retarded child- ren's bowling season at Shelton Rec Saturday during the course of rolling up a nifty 160-116 er- ies. Bobby Kimbel also toppl 100 witl a 107 ahead of his 81. Other scores: Carl Bloomfield 61- 97, Terry Stidd 45-57, Randy Chapnran 76-63. The children are still watching fihns on bowling i furnished by tbe Timber Bowl also has a pair of 6-foot-3 kids which seem to be helping much who didWt play against Shelton. and for which the parents are ex- East defeated Central. 13-7, in tremely grateful to the manage- the opening period and Central lment. ,.+, A pair of Sure-Grip A pair of NYLON winter tires for go tires for safer in snow... Sure cure for cold wealher driving woes! Over 7200 gript)ing edges on each Sure+Grip for nlore go el/ice, or snow. Super- durable 'l'utyn rubber for extra t tact ion.., extra mileage, 15.month road hazard guarante NO MONEY FREE DOWN t MOUNTING 0N ALL 4 TIRES ! going, stopping! For the fl'ont -- Nyhm AIl-Wealher "42's" with exckmive" mq/er-durable Tufsyn/'ul)t)er tbr extra-mileage. 15-nmnth road hazard guaraniee. 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