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Cue Experts League The drama and the excitement of Monday night football was the theme as the Lamp Post Tavern won first half championship on the Monday night pool league. Three teams had a shot at the crown. Bob's Tavern had a six ~,ame lead over the Post and a 10 game lead over the Golden Pheasant. Last Monday night Bob's traveled to the Pheasant's nest and were winged under by a score of 14 to 4. This was the first time this year that Bob's Tavern had tasted defeat. Their loss proved to he costly because the Post defeated Betty's I 1 to 7 and edged out a one game lead over the Pheasant and Bob's to win the title. On Wednesday night action the Post clinched their title with a 13 to 5 victory over the Town Tavern. In other action the Pheasant defeated Smith's 10 to 8 mtd Betty's scored a 10 to 8 fictory over Bob's. One more reek of action remains on the ~/ednesday night league with the ,ther five positions still up for abe. Next's week story will atain a complete wrap-up of Wednesday night league. LEAGUE STANDINGS Monday Night (Final Standings) W L Lamp Post 102 78 Pheasant 101 79 Bob's ! 01 79 Smith's 90 90 Betty's 78 102 Town 68 i 12 Wednesday Night W L Lamp Post 115 47 Pheasant 86 76 Betty's 80 82 Town 75 87 Smith's 69 93 Bob's 61 101 LEADING SCORERS Monday Night Name & Team W Miller, Pheasant 20 Needham, Lamp Post 20 Mitchell, Pheasant 2 ! Cottrell, Bob's 21 Weston, Pheasant 20 Schroder, Bob's 20 H Allen, Smith's 16 McClanahan, Pheasant 19 KJJox, Smiths Bob= l~ak, ~mp Post White, Lamp Post Brown, Bob's Dcyette, Lamp Post Giles, Lamp Post Richards, Bettys L Miller, Bettys R Allen, Bobs C Brown, Town Johnson, Smith's B. Howard, Lamp Post Goldsby, Town Hublein, Town Wilder, Bettys Skogstad, Smiths Twidwcl!, Bettys Mast,-!!cr, Bobs McAu!ay, Town D Morris, Town Thomas, Pheasant Dthman, Pheasant W Morgan, Bettys Matson, Smiths Pulaifer, Bettys Dodge, Town 18 16 7 13 16 16 16 16 14 15 15 2 0 0 3 1 2 3 I 11 11 10 8 6 9 5 6 Here Are helton's All ue Gridders Neal White Bil Gray Tom Brigham Don Neth L 7 7 10 10 8 !1 12 11 5 11 14 14 14 14 13 15 15 12 11 .....: ( ll 15 13 15 17 19 20 2O 20 16 12 21 19 24 Tracy Armstrong Rob Settle Church League Seeks Players All interested persons are invited to attend the Monday night meetings of the Booster Club held at 7:30 p.m. in the Angle building. Coaches will be present to show slides and to answer questions. Current sports are basketball, wrestling and swimming. Boosters Invite Shelton's Sophomore basketball team evened its record at 1 and 1, defeating Hoquiam and being defeated by Olympia. In the Hoquiam competition, played Dec. 6, Shelton defeated the Harbor team by a score of 61 to 43. Shelton played 18 of the players in the contest. Jay Legault was the leading scorer with 15 points. Nineteen Shelton players played in last Monday night's losing battle against Olympia. Final score for the competition was Olympia 53 and Shelton 46. Shelton led the half at the half by a score of 33 to 20 but the third quarter proved disasterous for Shelton. Shelton tied Olympia in field goals but fell behind in =hooting from line with 6 of 14 for a 45% average, compared to 13 out of 20 for a 65% shooting average. Coach Bill Brickert mid that in Monday's competition against Aberdeen he expects to play all 20 players he has on his squad. kids! Pick up that at the Friday & Saturday Mark Wittenberg Fan Participation Mel Morgan announced this week that any church interested in joining the Church Basketball League should contact him as soon as possible at 426-6523. Sweeper Winners Thirty-four men entered the Timber Bowl Singles Sweeper held Sunday with Klaus Hoepfner taking first place with a score of 709 to win $26.07; In second place with 683 was Mel McGee, winning $15.64. Carl Goodburn, with 670, was awarded $10.43. Of the 19 women entered, Joan Sowers held high score with 669 for $15.00. Barb Holt placed second with 650 for $10.00 and Allena Stepper was third with 632 for $5.00. in cut our Every Saturday at 9:3Lp.m. 633,$. 1=t ..-,% ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ LADLES THURSDAY TRIO GUYS & DOLLS WED. NIGHT DOUBLES Women's Hi Game: Frankie Men's Hi Game: Dean Perry 217. Men's Hi Game: Dick Wood 224. Barnes 219. Men's Hi Series: Bill Fredson 560. Men's Hi Series: Dick Wood 528 .... Women's Hi Series: Frankie Women's Hi Game: Helene Women's Hi Game: Charlene Barnes -- Tuey Schumacher 510. Redman 227. Myer 134. Standings: Nye Co. 361/2-111b; Women's Hi Series: Helene Women's Hi Series: Charlene Shelton Veterinary 29-19; Redman 511. Myer 376. Servicemaster 29-19; The Hut Standings: Sandbaggers Standings: Gamwell's 30-14; 26Vz-21V2; Clary Trucking 26-22; 36V2-19V2; Morgan Transfer Myer's 24Vz-19V2; Youngs M and O Logg. 26-22; Arnold & 34z/2-2 1V2; Riots 34-22; 24V2-19Vz; The Woods 201/2-23Vz; Smith Ins. 24-24; Mikes Woodchucks 34-22; Carpetbaggers Nwas 19-25 Hansons 13V2-30z/2. McCulloch Sales 22-26; B. Fuller 30V2-25V2; 4 Lovers 25V2-30V2; Myers 4, Willy Myer 471; Custom Builder 22-26; Wingards Kinfolk 25V2-30V2; Bullheads Niwas 0 Carl Niwa 505; Sport Shop 19-29; Olympic Paint 2 5 - 3 1 ; Outcasts 25-3 1 ; Gamwel s 3 Ed Gamwe 448; 15-33; D. Makoviney Const. Newcomers 24-32; Straf 23-33; 4 Hansons 1, Fred Hanson 389; The ..... B's 22Vz-33V2. Woods 3, Dick Wood 528; Youngs 4 B's 3, Peg Knutzen 479; 1, Lyman Young 376. Bullheads 1, Bill Fredson 560; Morgan Transfer 4, Bob Lanman HOUSEWIVES 513; Carpetbaggers 0, Lucille Women's Hi Game: Margaret Farmwold 429; Riots 1, Marg Bibbee 226. Tablet 386; Outcasts 3, Lloyd Women's Hi Series: Margaret Murr 484; Newcomers 2, Jim Bibbee 543. Page 10- Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, December 16, 1971 13-35. Servicemaster 1-3, Colleen Yorke 479; Wingards Sport Shop 3-1, Frankie Barnes 510; Nye Co. 3-1, Margaret Berger 445; Arnold & Smith Ins. 1-3, Pat Boad 431; M and O Logg. 3-1, Cindy Barnes 391; Mikes McCulloch Sales 1-3, Carol Hanson 397; B. Fuller Custom Builder 3-1; Bunny Orr 463; Clary Trucking 1-3, Ginger Oleos 445; The Hut 3-1, Sandy Story 445; Olympic Paint 1-3, Barbara Gorman 430; Shelton Veterinary 3-1, Tuey Schumacher 510; D. Makoviney Const. 1-3, Betty Hoover 392. 12:30 LEAGUE Women's Hi Game: Sonja Pearson 191. Women's Hi Series: LaVonne Castle 504. Standings: Bob's Tavern 30-22; Shelton Glass 28-24; C&L Time 28-24; NeWs Pharmacy 10-,~t4. Shelton Glass 3, LaVonne Castle 504; Neils Pharmacy 1, Sherry Townsend 411; C&L Time 1, Sonja Pearson 440; Bob's Tavern 3, Rosa Perkins 470. SHELTON JUNIOR Men's Hi Game: Terry Knight 196. Men's Hi Series: Dave Hanson 502. Williams 482; Woodchucks 2, JimStandings: (End of First Half) Harger 486; Sandbaggers 3, - Skipper John's Rest. 41V2-18V2; Helene Redman 511; Kinfolk 1, Ken Wolden 498; 4 Lovers 4, Dean Perry & Skip Karch 531; Straf 0, Doug Shelton 462. SIMPSON MEN'S Men's Hi Game: Steve Henderson 208. Men's Hi Series: Glen Robertson 566. Standings: Shop 30-22; Mill 4 29V2-22V2; Loaders 29-23; Chippers 26V2-25V2; Mill 3 26-26; Railroad 25V2-26V2; IBP 24Vv27V2; Boom 17-35. Loaders 3,Vern St. Louis 457; IBP 1, Lee Chapman 472; Boom 0, Terry Rykman 508; Railroad 4, Glen Robertson 566; Mill 4 4, Dave Powell 542; Mill 3 0, Harold Churchill 495; Chippers 2, LeRoy Moore 506; Shop 2, Rusty Nicholson 554. Witcraft & Swops Logging 35-25; Hood Canal Marina 32-28; Springwater Tavern 32-28; Deans Gunshop 31Vz-28Vz; B&R Oil 30-30; Whitey's Auto Body ..... 30-30; Phillips Lake Gale 27-33; Manke & Sons 21-39; Bali's Food Center 20-40. Springwater Tavern 0-4, Corky Darn 459; Manke & Sons 4-0, Tony Matson 439; Balls Food Center 0-4. Muriel Mueller 397; Dean's Gunshop 4-0, Joyce Johnson 473; Skipper John's Rest. 2-2, Margaret Bibbee 543; Whitey's Auto Body 2-2, Maxine McKinzie 484; Hood Canal Marina 4-0, Emi Pleines 450; B&R Oil 0-4, Shirley Weaver 411; Phillips Lake Gale 1-3, Verna Kolowinski 413; Witcraft & Swops Logging 3-1; Merge Witcraft 504. Tom Brigham Highclimber Tom Brigham has been named to the State High School Football Team, Shelton football Jack Stark announced this week. Brigham, a defensive end is one of two players from AA schools, and only the third player from LADLES THURSDAY TRIO SHELTON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Colleen Yorke Women's Hi Game: Dana Roberts 198. 202. Women's Hi Series: Carol Hanson Women's Hi Series: Donna Women's Hi Game: Suzi Gruver 486. Coleman 479. ever to be picked. 165. Standings: Nye Co. 38Vv13V~; Standings: Shelton Recreation Speaking about the award Brigham said "I got Women's Hi Series: Suzi Gruver Shelton Veterinary 32-20; 33Vz-18Vz; Hoodsport Cafe hadnt gotten that G!llete top lineman award theY 410. , Servicemaster 31-21; M and O 29Vv22Vz; Harpers 27-25; Dairy Standings: Shelton J.C. s Logg. 29-23; The Hut 271b-24Vz; Queen 26-26; PSNB 26-26; D&E never have picked,me. 42-6; VFW Post 1694 27-21; Clary Trucking 27-25; Arnold & Trophies 25-27; B&J Mart 22-30; Joslin Ins. 26-22; Bob's Shoe Tree Smith Ins. 27-25; Mikes TrailBlazers 19-33. Brigham didnt mention that he led the defensei 26-22; Merv's Tirecap 25-23; McCulloch Sales 24-28; B. Fuller D&E Trophies 1, Done coach Jack Stark called earlier in the season A Eagles 24-24; Timber Bowl 24-24; Custom Builder 23-29; Wingards Roberts 460; Dairy Queen 3, Hembroff Agency 14-34; The Hut Sport Shop 22-30; Olympic Paint Marlis Monger 455; Hoodsport effort l d put up against any AAA school". 16-28; Milo's Oiner 12-32. 16-36;D. Makoviney Const. Cafe 2Vz, Helen Spaulding 424; Bob's1, Les Cook 356; Hut 3, 15-37. Trail Blazers li/z, Maxine Waits r~ M K ight Oyl Ken Shank 356; VFW 2, Terry Clary Trucking 1-3, Ann Pyle 397; Shelton Rec. 1, Donna Dion 452; T. Bowl 2, Mike Nolan 457; M and O Logg. 3-1, Cindy Coleman 479, pSNB 3. Ada,r MO . n s 450; Eagles 4, Clay Keith 479; Barnes 398; Wingards Sport Shop Neau 457; Harpers 4, Maggie Ogg hV ySt Merv's 0, Jim Robinson 413; 3-1, Lilly Loitz 399; B. Fuller 444; B&J Mart 0, Merge Bent Hembroff 3. Terry Knight 492; Custom Builder 1-3. Lucile 384. Stretc ,ctor r, ng ~, Milo's 1. Steve Watilo 370; JC s 4, Farmwald 459; The Hut 1-3. Dave Hanson 502; Joslin 0, Mark Jackie Brown 4 14; Shelton WOMEN'S CITY By TIM FRODSHAM lead, but the Owls came and finished the first Johnson 497. 309ERS Men's Hi Game: Mike Brandt 212. Men's Hi Series: Tom River 582. Women's Hi Game: Linda Hart 171. Women's Hi Game: Maggie Ogg 191. Women's Hi Series: Mary Lou Wicken 532. Standings: Lumbermen's 35-21; Shelton Recreation 34-22; Morgans 24Vz-31Vz; Millos 18Vz-37Vz. It was an exciting weekend for the Mary M. Knight Owls as they nabbed 2 more victorys to put their standing at 4 wins 0 losses. Friday night the Owls had it Veterinary 3-1, Tuey Schumacher 456; Nye Co. 2-2, Dorothy Ahrens 429; Servicemaster 2-2, Colleen Yorke 481; Mikes McCulloch Sales 2-2, Carol Hanson 486; D. Makoviney Const. 2-2, Darlene Gallinger 470; Olympic Paint 1-3, Marcia Cook Women's Hi Series: Linda Hart 412; Arnold & Smith Ins. 3-1, Bee Lumbermen's 3, Mary Lou out with the Wiskah Loggers on 449. Brandt 469. Wicken 532; Morgans 1, Lucille the Logger's home territory. First FarmwoId 443; Shelton quarter found the Owls down by S,tandings: Misfits 33-15; MR.,&MRS. HANDICAP Recreation 2V~, Sonja ,~ochran DOn t Bees, 30-18; Repeaters Men s Hi Game: Del Starred 194. 439; Millq~ ~, Maggie'O(tg ~63. l~=#~core of l0 to l t. The Owls 28'-20; Redln 25~/2.22qz; Recess Men's Hi Series: D61 st0rrrf~552. , f~'~:~f'~ettind by halftime, 25-23; Flunkies 23Vz-24Vz; Women's Hi Game: Lucille ITTRAYONIER ~ with a score of 20 to 23, but Rithmetic 23Vz-24Vz; Detention Chapman 192. 23Vz-24Vz; Latecomers 23-25; Women's Hi Series: Margaret 1 1 e Professors 22 k-25/z; Dunc s Bibbee 477. 16-32; Scholars 13Vz-34qz. Standings: Eacrett Lumber Professors 2, Larry Lyle 454; Latecomers 2, Rand Petersen 431; Rithmetic 2, Tom River 582; Redin' 2, Mike Brandt 566; Repeaters 2, Lloyd Goodwin 424; Don't Bees 2, Don Anderson 454; Recess 3, Bob Owens 454; Flunkies 1, Dell Abelein 467; Misfits 3, Darrol Martin 483; Detention 1, Floyd Jackson 438; Dunces 3, Ole Anderson 398; Scholars 1, Elroy Foseide 433. GRANGE Men's Hi Game: Ernie Haines 185. Men's Hi Series: Max Mikkelsen 490. Women's Hi Game: Eva Rostvold 180. Women's Hi Series: Eva Rostvold 525. Standings: Shelton Valley 38-18; Southside 37~/z-18Vz; Skokomish 36-20; Agate II 28z/z-27Vz; Pomona 28-28; Agate I 23-33; Harstine 19-37; Matlock 14-41. Agate II Vz, Max Mikkelsen 490; Southside 3Vz; Nellie Rossmaier 454; Shelton Valley 4, Eva Rostvold 525; Agate I 0, Lyle Auseth 394; Skokomish 4, Ernie Haines 472; Matlock 0, Edythe Dick 333; Harstine 1, Everett Simons 410; Pomona 3, Lad Simpson 472. 38-18; Lake Cushman 34Vz-21Vz; Van's Floor Covering 34-22; MCFCU 32V2-23Vz; Tyee Well Drilling 32-24; Dick's Diggers 30-26; Evergreen Florists 30-26; Sargents Oysters 25-31; J&J Service 23Vz-32Vz; Hoodsport Texaco 21-35; Johnson & Johnson 18-38; Allyn Shell 17V2-35Vz. Mrs. Toni Matson had a 138 triplicate. Von's Floor Covering 0, Barbara Wynn 422; Dicks Diggers 4, Bud Dishon 456; Tyee Well Drilling 3, Del Stormo 552; Allyn Shell 1, Harvey Griffey508;- Eacrett Lumber 3, Eldon Todd 464; Lake Cushman 1, Margaret Bibbee 477; MCFCU 2, Jim Pennington 447; Evergreen Florists 2, Lee Elmlund 414; Johnson & Johnson 0. Sarqents Oysters 4, Mel Matson 480; Hoodsport Texaco 3, George Wright 486; J&J Service 1, Lee Chapman 508. SIMPSON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Clara Erickson 160. Women's Hi Series: Violet Fisher 449. Standings: Shops 32-24; Loaders 31-25; Loggers 31-25; Railroads 19-38. Shops 3, Vi Fisher 449; Railroad 1, Jen Tratnick 382; Loaders 2, Clara Erickson 419; Loggers 2, Jackie Eichhorn 413. Santa says Men's Hi Game: Jerry Mallory 219. Men's Hi Series: Jerry Mallory 589. Women's Hi Game: Gerry Lou Geist 186. Women's Hi Series: Gerry Lou Geist 553. Standings: Statics 39-17; Lefty's + 1 31-25; Maintenance 29-27; Makeups 25-31 ; Waterboys 22-34; Woodbirds 22-34. Statics 3, Gerry Lou Geist 553; Maintenance 1. Roy Anderson 504; Lefty's+ 1 4, Jerry Mallory 589; Makeups 0, Chris Campbell 516; Waterboys 3, Tom Rolfs 417; Woodbirds 1, Andy Anderson 481. came on strong during the 3rd quarter, and went ahead 42-36. By the end of the game, M.M.K. had a 9 point lead and finished up 58 to 49. The Owls controlled the boards, bringing down a total of 44 rebounds to Wiskah's 24. Scorers for M.M.K. were Tim Trimble with 19, Mike Sinclair with 13, and Ray Rothrock with 10. Saturday was homecoming for the Owls, who had to pit their strength against Moclips. Moclips fmmediately took the a score of M.M.K. 15, The Owls lengthened that four points by half time, Trimble scoring a shot court in the last two the half. Score: Moclips 22. At the end of the quarter, the Owls still had point lead, 39 to 35. During the last game, M.M.K. came scored 14 points while Moclips to 6 points quarter. The final score game was Mary M. Moclips 41. M.M.K. again boards by grabbing 44 to Moclips 29. Ray Rothrock led scoring with 19 Trimble had 17, five were free throws. Mike made 11. It was a great waY M. Knight to end their 1st Homecoming game. SPECIAL NOTICE FROM YOUR NORTHWEST FORD TEAM "The finest Christmas gift you can give... is a door mirror from Shelton Glass Co." OFF FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY! CUT AS MUCH AS DOOR MIRRORS ........ AS LOW AS $9.95 We Custom cut mirrors, to your specifications 2226 Olympic Hwy. N. For Fast Service Phone 426-1152 Leroy Dale, Owner WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Revenue Act of 1971 provides real benefits for car and truck buyers. Here are the provisions of the law with respect to motor vehicle excise taxes and what they mean to Ford car and truck buyers: The 10% excise tax on certain light-duty trucks is repealed. This means reductions in the manu- facturer's suggested list price of more than $195 on Ford pickups, $209 on Econoline vans, and $125 on Rancheros. 2. The 7% excise tax on passenger cars is repealed. This means reductions in the manufacturer's suggested list price of more than $107 on Pintos (more on other series cars) and at least $191 on Bronco Wagons. And $183 on 9 and 8-passenger Club Wagons. J MANUFACTURERS SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICES t BUY NOW. SAVE HOW. Nobody beats v,ur Northwest Ford Team 2804 OLYMPIC HWY. N. JIM PAULEY, IHC. SHELTON, WASHINGTON