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o tm .................. 0 0 O 0 fo ills .................... 0 1 32 35 r alia 0 1 24 52 )r ,0n .................. 0 1 31 43  Opening Games . ton 35, Hopkins 35 ri er 52, Centralia 24 ,/ington 43+ Jefferson 31 (;ames Tod.ly  lion at Miller a h kins at Centralia  Person at Hoquiam f Next Tuesday iS itralia at Shelton :Sry Kuutson's debut as Blaz- sit trsity basketball coach was [ a shndetight' but triumphant. hi ' lion junior high drib- POlled off a paper-thin 35-32 'd ,y over Hopkins on the Hus- 0 10hie  conrt in Aberdeen last lay when Chief Clayton 32-all tie with a foul shot inute from the finish and PUrvis fired in a corner shot la' I seconds to go while Kmlt- ftA fas f:antically signalling for i+, le.out so he "could give stall lotions for the final mo- t tITNESS of tbe tussle is ' .d in the quarterly scores-- .1, 15-17 Shelton and 25-23 i !s. Margins were never rekter at any time. ,. :r + scoring was nicely ban among four of the eight who saw action. Clayton .; !h 10, Jim Olson had nine, arshall and Purvis six each. Rlazers won with better tg than their rivals, mak- of 37 field goal attempts )kins nine of 41, and con- tg nine of 18 foul opportun+ to 14 of 33 for the Huskies. ]Jiazers committed 22 per- : fOuls'compared to 15 by the ! AY THE BLAZERS head back for Aberdeen again, ae to tackle Miller, con- } , the potential league cham- ,: its year and ah easy 52-24 over Centra]ia last week. of the Bulldog squad are lailor hr., who scored 19 ]italia, and tall center Mark Tuesday the Blazers play irst home game, hosting in Shelton gym. Walt Clayton's 7th-Sth Squad gave a surprisingly of itself during a to the Hopkins B squad. set the pace for With 13 points. lineuT)s: VARSITY GAM 35 Hopkins 32 10 f Fisher 6 f Narrance 4 c Walker 6 6 g Childers 4 3 g Dahlstrom Shelton Purvis 6, 1, Carper. Hopkins--Holm '|11 Score by Quarters ............. 11 6 6 12 35 ' items ...... 11 4 10 7----32 SQUAD GAME Shelton 35 f Swisher 3 '.h 15 . f Malloy 7 c Sparks 5 .3 g Frank 1 g Donaldson 4 I-Iopkins --- Ellis 2, Ports Wyckoff, Dahl- ton --- Swope 2, Austin, Burfiend. of the North Mason basketball jamboree, Wright Academy last Tuesday and they will be host to another sea,K)n. After an opening 52-35 triumph LAY.AWAY SPECIALS ! Purvis, LaMarsh. Close. I. ('ore by Quarters  .......... "6 9 6 + -- ........ 8 11 7 14--35 1541 The assembly was opened by student council vice-presidenf Tim Wing, who gave a short talk on the behavior of students at assem- blies. Following that. Mr. Larson, NM principal, presented senior Paul Furchert with the distin- guished Baush and Lomb Science Award, given to an outstanding student in the field of science. The assembly was then turned over to Coach Jerry Beringer, who presented football letters to the following boys: Seniors--Tom Main. Larry Foster. Tom McKay, Jody Murphy, Tim Thomas. Don Valley; Juniors--Gary Miller, Mike Hackett. Dann Whitman. Len Whitman. George Dinovi, Da- vid Kowalczyk, Ned Cokelet, Jim Patrick. and Wayne Watson; sophomores; Ben Davis. Charlie Drake, Dale Satran. Dan Heath, Jim Hunt. Dave Harding, Ron Manwiller. Managers who received the varsity letter award were sen- ior Dave Blakefield, and a soph- omore. John Peterson. An added sui'prise o the assem- bly (and the football players, was the presentation of the Inspira- tional Player of the year, and the Team Captain of the Year awards, which the team members had vot- ed on themselves, but hadn't heard the results until the announce- ment at the assembly. The Inspi- rational plaque was awarded to a much surprised and gratified Tom Main. and the Captain's plaque was presented to Tom Mc- Kay. The sports banquet, which us- ually follows the closing of the football season, has been changed to a later date. It will probably be held sometime in May, after all the school sports are finished so that all letter award winners for the year may attend. North Mason was introduced to the 1963-64 basketball season with a very respectable second place in one of the three Olympic League Jamborees held last week, The Bulldogs' opponents were the Vashon Pirates, the Bainbridge Spartans. an the North Kitsap (Class AA) Vikings. Vashon and Bainbridge drew the first game, with North Ma- son and North Kitsap chosen for the second duel. The Bulldogs thought they would have their hands full with double 'A' North Kitsap, but edged out the Vikings, 10-6, in a close battle to the finish. Both teams were rebounding .well. Wayne Crosswhite sank a short jump shot in the closing seconds of the contest to make sure of the victory and a well deserved chancg.;fV -+.the final match with the iharan Islanders, who were the Bulldogs' closest rivals in last year's campaign. Scoring in this game went: (NM 10) Cross- white 4, Miller 3, McKay 2, Al- len 1, Anderson, Shelly; (NK - 6) Roberts 3,Klein 2, Kristensen 1. Gnos, Nordberg, Carlson. Stad- shaug, Erickson. Tout, Eliason. The Bulldogs had slowed down by the final match of the evening and the Spartans ran away with the contest. 15-5, for first place for the evening. Scoring for the final contest went: (Bain - 15) Ganalon 6, Wyatt 4. Stymates 2, Loverich 1. Buitenveld 1,Dowl, Clementz, Meyer, Quistorff, Keyes, Chastain, Madayag, Alien, Haller; (NM - 5/ Crosswhite 3, Miller 1, Kunzl 1, Allen, McKay, Anderson, Hunt, Graham, Merrill, Shelly. The first full game of the sea- of last year's rivals, the Chima- cure Cowboys, this Friday night. The junior varsity Leam won its first game of the season. 27-15 over the smaller MMK junior var- sity. Both the junior and Varsity teams are nnder the direction of new coaches for this year's cam- paign. FULLER FLINGS 615 FOR LEADER FRATERN.dL LEAGUE W L Fuller Construction ........ 41 15 Kiwanis Club .................. 35 ],, 20V_o /. Moose Antlers .................. 35 21 Eagles Aerie .................. 27 29 Rotary Club .................. 24 32 Bull MOose ...................... 22 34 Shelton Hardware .......... 19 ,'_. 36,fi Lions Club ...................... 20 36 High game--Floyd Fuller 224. High series--Floyd Fuller 615. Flo:/d Fuller flung a 615 series on games of 224-191-200 and teammate Bill Johnson had a 593 on 199-195-199 as they carried Fuller Construction to a white wash win over Shelton Hardware (Larry Lyle 507) in Fraternal league bowling play Monday night. The league leaders strengthened their top rung hold when second place Kiwanis Club (Rudy Olt- man 527) managed only a 3-1 vic- tory over the dummy-ridden Eag- les (Frank :M:arler 467).. In other pairings Moose Ant- lers I Cec Crow 544) dumped Bull Moose (Bill Wilson 531) and Ro- tary (Jim Shrum 5081 knocked off the Lions (Chuck White 530}, both by 3-1 counts. AHLQUIST TAKES PETERSON LEAD Start Ahlquist, only 3-game win- ner of the night, stretched his lead to five points in the Peter- son Points bowling league Friday night at the Timber Bowl. He did it with a 626 series and blanked his opponent, Dean Smith, on games of 222-215-189, taking the second by one pin and the last by nine. The standings after Friday's play show: Series Points Stan Ahlquist .............. 626 56.04 Ralph Davison .............. 574 51.38 Lee Schuffenhauer ...... 542 50.03 L. L. McInelly .............. 544 50.02 Dean Smith .................. 565 49.35 Lloyd Clark .................. 533 49.21 Lionel Leman .............. 539 49.16 Jess Phillips .................. 499 48.39 Charlie Savage ............ 516 48.20 Eddie Hurd .................. 533 48.20 Buck Mackey .............. 524 48.01 Joe Holt ........................ 559 46.29 Joe Anderson ................ 541 45.05 Dean Perry .................... 469 44.33 Bob Olson .................... 493 43.08 Jerry Martin ................ 536 42.32 RAYONIER RESEARCH $ L Water Boys ...................... 36 24 Maintenance .................. 35Vz 24V Silva Foxes ...................... 34 26 Acetate Aces .................... 33 27 Rayonettes ...................... 32 28 Wood Birds ...................... 30 30 Pin Curlers ...................... 23 36V,2 Fourfowlers ...................... 16 44 ligh games Jen Tratnick 171, Dick Nelson 220. High series Jean Johnston 450, Dick Nelson 532. over Green Hill Academy, the Owls followed up with an impres- sive 57-39 trouncing of N. Mason in the Matlock gym Satin-day night. Diversified scoring appears to be one of the Owl assets. Against Green Hill it was veteraa Bill Stodden with 19 tallies leading the attack, while against the Bulldogs Jerry DeFoer and him Hollatz came through with 16 and 14 respectively and Stodden chipped in with a dozen. Hollatz had 11 against Green Hill. The Owls took opposite routes to their triumphs. In the Green Hill opener they raced off to an 18-3 first quarter lead and breez- ed the rest of the way, but against North Mason they came from be- hind after trailing by 10-6 at the first quarter. But by the half the Owls were in front at 25-19 and had it stowed away comfort- ably, 40-27, at the final pause. Gry Miller topped North Mason scoring with 17 points. The Owls play North River in a home-and-home non-league ser- ies this weekend, going to North River Friday and hosting the Red- skins Saturday. North River will also be Kniglt's opening league opponent Jan. 3. The Owls go to Quinault next Tuesday. Knight 52 Green Hill 35 J. DeFoer 3 f Eckberg 6 Holiatz 11 f Norman 10 West 10 c Rose 2 StDdden 19 g Rigins 2 D. DeFoer 6 g Cannon 2 Subs: Knight Shaw 3, Dale, Palmer. Walker, Valley. Green Hill -- Liy 1, Lund 12, Roberson, Phillips. Score by Quarters Green Hill ...... 3 11 7 14--35 Knight ............ 18 7 14 13---52 Knight 57 N. Mason 39 J. DeFoer 16 f Crosswhite 6 Hollatz 14 f Allen 2 West 8 c McKay 6 Stodden 12 g Miller 17 D. DeFoer g Anderson 4 Subs: Knight .... Valley 7. Walk- er. NM -- Whitman 2, Merrill 2. Shelly, Kunzl, Grayu. Seore by Quarters Knight ............ 6 19 15 17--57 North Mason L10 9 8 12----39 B Squad Game North Mason 26, Knight 17 OWLS FIRST LOSS COMES AT FINISH MATLOCK -- Bill Stodden and Chuck Copeland staged a tight -individual scoring duel Tuesday night in the Mary M. Knight gym and Chuck had the last word. His basket with just seconds left to play gave Quilcene a 42-41 triumph over the h+ome floor Knight Owls. Only seconds ear- lier Bill had put the Owls ahead with a basket in a see-saw game which was tight from whistle to gun. Quilcene led at all the quarters, 12-10, 26-24. and 34-30. Copeland edged Stodden for scoring honors. 19-18. This was the Owls' first loss in three games. The lineups: Quilcene 42 Knight 41 Copeland 19 f J. DeFoer 10 Ward 7 f Hotlatz 0 Newman 0 c West 5 Corey 7 g Stoddefl 18 Richardson 0 g Valley 4 Subs: Quilcene Weed 9, Holt, Schafer, Ray, Backlund. MMK-- D. DeFoer 4, Pahner, Walker. I0000ESTLING TEAH LOSES TO OLYHPIA, NORTH THURSTOH By Lane Premo "Get the number of that truck", could be a well expressed phrase used in the Highelimber wrestling camp after the match With North Thurston Tuesday afternoon. The Rams blew in town, devastated the limbers 36-18, and left them to lick their wounds. In 12 matches there were nine pins. Unfortfinately for the Climb- ers, six were made by the Rams. Most embarrassing feature il that the Climbers made such a respectable showing against Olympia, a school wice Shelton's size, then lose s'o badly to a school of North Thurston's size. But this only proves size doesn't matter. Tlere were several bright spots for the Climbers. Joe Thompson proved his victory at Olympia was no fluke by pinnin his North Thurston rival in the second round. Joe Snyder made a second match comeback by downing his Ram rival 15-5 after losing at Olympia. Tom Lowe pinned his man at 0:52 of the third round, Most pleasing to Coach Larry Weir. probably, is Ralph Noll's return to the lineup. Ralph, who is most versatile in knowledge of holds, applied exactly one, a head- lock, and pinned his man in the first round to prove his worthi- ness as captain, Maybe this just starts to prove Weir's pre-season prediction of losing several dual meets but sending a handful of very good athletes to district and possibly. state. The Rams made a further proof of their depth by winning every JV match but two. ave Dethlefs and Renny Mason were the lone victors. 103-Toe Thompson (S) pinned J. Matson 1:59 second period. ll2--Kim Symour (NT) pinned Collin Orr 1:0 first period, 120---Randy Berg (NT) dec. Larry Ewing, 6-1. 127--Ralph Noll (S) pinned Run Hinneway 1:05 first period. I33--Allen Berg (NT) dec. Rus- sell Harvey, 5-2. 138--4oe Snyder (S) dec. Art +Holhrook. t5-5. 145Alex Write (NT) pinned Dan Barrom 1:40 second period, t By Lane Premo -| to 20 loss is hard to ab- .|0tit to the Highclimbers it +:] e gratifying aspects such breaking in of five inex- t%ed grapplers. To the Bears |i  sweet revenge for last ,]+ defeat by the Climbers. |Pia won seven of the 12 es. One was a draw. op the big surprises let  ra under wraps l.st Thurs- 'i| TM Joe Thompson, a sopho- -][ Who dazzled his Opponent |t+?eed and well executed holds  took Joe only 38 seconds [d his thunderstruck rial  Shower. ,. 'Y Ewing also had the i 1!1!$ OF THE WEEI( ,t?buted for Hood Canal . +i'+" d Bay tides are 1 hr. and Friday, Dec. 13 .............. 4:18 a.m. i0.8 ft. .............. 9:18 a.m. 7.1 ft, .............. 2:33 p.m. 11,0 ft. .............. 9:42 p.m. -0.7 ft, Saturday, Dee. 14 .............. 5:00 a.m. 11.5 ft. .............. 10:04 a.m. 7.5 ft. "' ............ 2:59 p.m. 10.8 ft. .............. 10:14 p.m. -1.2 ft. Sunday, Dee. 15 ............. 5:58 a.m. 11.9 ft. .............. 10:48 a.m. 7.8 ft, ' ............ 3:26 p.m 10.7 ft. .............. 10:46 p.m. -1.7 ft. Monday, Dec. 16 ": ............ 6:13 a.m, 12.3 ft. "' ............ ii:30 a.m 8.0 ft. .............. 3:54 p,m. 10.6 ft, .............. 11:18 p.m. -1.8 ft. Tuesday, Dee. 17 .............. 6:49 a,m, 12.5 ft. .............. 12:12 p,m 8.1 ft. .............. 4:27 p,m. 10.5 ft. '.: ......... 11:52 p.m, -1.8 ft, w ednesday, Dec. 18 .............. 7:24 a.m. 12.7 ft. "? ........... 12:56 p.m. 8.0 ft. '-';: ........ 5:03 p.m. 10.3 ft. ' rrhursday, Dec. 19 ............. 0:28 a.m. -1.7 ft, .............. 8:00 a,m. 12.8 ft. .............. 1:43 p.m. 7.9 ft, .............. 5:43 p.m. 9.9 ft. squeaked by Bruce Alvord, 5-4. The next match was even tighter between Daron Taylor and Fred Martain as they both finished with 13 points. Russ Harvey then came. back to win a 6,3 decision. Things then turned black as hoe Snider lost a tough one to Bob Payne; Tom Lowe, after losing eight pounds in two days, held a scoreless tie until the third round when his opponent went ahead Paul Brown was shut out, Mike Byrd was pin- ned and Tim Bryant was pinned. Ed Latham then 'broke up the skid by pinning his man in 47 seconds of the second round. John Vonhhf ended the card by valiant- ly fighting off near-state champ last year Doane Brodie. The Juni0r Varsity fared very well, though, winninv decisively while four men mace pros--Dan Ba+rrom. ave Det:hlefs, Merv Kin- nan and Glen Rau. t03--oe Thompn (S) pinned Mike Neal :38 first period. li2--Gary Fiddler (0) dec. Col- lin Orr, i1-1. 120--Irry Ewing (S) dec. Brice Alvord, 5-4, 127--Daron Taylor (S) dec. Fred Martin, 13-13. 133--Russel Harvey (S) dec. Bob Hanell, 6-3. 138---ob Payne (0) Dec. Joe Snyder, 6-3. 145--Jim Vinson (0) dec. Tom Lowe, 5-0. 154--Ed t;e (0) dec. Paul Brown, 4-0. 165 Ken Smith (0) pinned Mike Byrd :45 second period. 175--Jack Maki (0) pinned Tim Bryant :20 first period, 191 Ed Itliam (S) Pinned Fred Saeger :47 second period. Heavyweight -- Doane Brodie (0) pinned John Vonhof 1:56 first period. JV Restflts 103--Larry 5iller (0) pinned Mike Malloy. ll2--Richard Lemire (0) dec. Thane Rucker. 120 Jeff Bean (0) pinned Phil Langnese. 127Merv Kinnan (S) pinned Terry Morris, 133--Dave Dethlefs (S) pinned McReyno]ds. 138--Jay Hunter (0) pinned Steve Daughtery. 145-Dan Barrom pinned Scott Lewis. 154=-Glen Rowe (S pinned Pat Libbey. 175--Greg Souliere (S) dee. Vernon Jackson, 154--Tom I.owe (S) pinned Roy Wallad :52 thir period. 165--Bill Taylor (NT) pinned Greg S0uliere 1:59 first period. i75--John Spencer (biT) pinned Tim Bryan+t !:35 third period. 191Johh Little (N'T) pinned Ed .Latham 1:32 first period, Heavyweight --- Emett Kuntz (NT) pinned John Vonhof 1:27 third period. MR. AND MRS. 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