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March 11, 1948

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E SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED Nice going, Timberwolves. Get in there and I w m at the finals in Yakima Saturday. The I Whole town is/'or you. ll lI They said you couldn't--but you did. Keep I up the good work, 'iimberwolves and Tip the ! District tournament Saturday. March 11. 1948 THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL---Goldendale, Washington Page Seven ves Finals In s'- Anglers' Hold Annual on Tuesday for the Klickitat Coun- & Anglers' club will for the year at a meet- held in the Eagles hall, ay, March 16, at 8:00 p. m. rts from the secretary and members will also be ing the meeting It is o have representatives lickitat River Fish & ub present for the meet- ~uss important matters. 3uy, secretary, said that tendance is urged and refreshments would be g the business ses- Columbia Bruins Eliminated In Net Tournament ! imon high school's basketball 'five, successfully hurdled their ~first two obstacles in the South- lwest Washington "B" League 'Tourney at Centraha Wednes- iday and Thursday of last week, !but were defeated in both their ]Fridayand Saturday night I games. I The Bruins and the mapleI ccmrt quintetfrom Rochester !tangle~ Wednesday nigh.t, with[ !the Columbians walking away Ilwith a 48 to 26 victory. Thursday[ [night the Bruins were pitted. i against the fighting Stevenson hoops'ters who had twice con- quered them earlier in the sea- AUTO SDn, but again 'the White SahnDn live came away victorious with ACCESSORIES a bitterly fought 28 to 26 win. I Kalama high school, the Co- lumbians Friday nightfoe, SPECIALS 'proved too much f6r them and ~broke up their winning streak by .carrying away a 45 to 21 vic- :tory. 171,,,1.t Saturday night the Brutus ~-e~ro~e~ iwith still a chance of entering i the state "B" league tDurnament iin Seattle, met the Nasalle high Lanky Timberwolf Grabs Ball Off Backboard To Play Naches Saturday; Zillah And Kittitas Defeat Upsets "Dope Bucket" and The Goldendale Timberwolves, after upsetting the dope-bucket advancing to the finals with victories over Kittitas and Zillah in first and second round play last weekend, are still regarded as underdogs as they prepare to meet Naches in this district net finals in the Yakima armory on Saturday night at 8:30. Naches boasts two previous wins over Goldendale, 54 to 48 and 49 to 38. They have a versatile team led by two 6-foo scrappers--E. J. Gibson and Carl Hinze The latter left-handed 25 )oints into the hoop against White TOURNAMENT GAMES Friday, l~arch 5th Naches 37, Thorpe 25. White Swan 38, Mabton 26. Zillah 57, Riverview 39. ;Goldendale 48, Kittitas 47. Saturday, March 6th Thorp, Mabton. Naches 48, White Swan 39. !Goldendale 41, Zillah 37. Kittitas 41, Riverview 30. Friday, March 12th (Loser's Night Mabton vs. Kittitas. Swan last Friday. Last year Goldendale was the district champion and Naches the run- ner-up. If this situation is to be repeated Saturday night, the Wolves will have to show the same fight they unveiled against the Zillah favorites in second- round play last Saturday. The title bout will be pre- a consolation game. -The Wolves played their best game against Zillah to accom- plish a feat the experts said was impossible. They l~l all the way, although the Leopards tied the Zillah vs. White Swan. count at 18 shortly before the Car Radio & Antenna half-time intermission. A ~ield Saturday, March 13th goal put Goldendale in front 20 Ischo.ol five but were again de- 7:lh--Mareh 12 winners play. to 18 at the rest period, however. feared with Nasalle walking 8:30---Goldendale vs. Naches. Dm'ing the second half, Capt. i away with the consolation prize ~ (Championship Game} Harold Gray scored 13 points to ! Gall aarsen, Co!umbia for- keep his Timberwolves on top $5100 C'vill G d ward, was chosen for the All- - John Radcliffe, one of Goldendale's tall courtmcn, went high to grab tim ball off the backboard e ra ers oft the final horn. He had plentYhelp from John Radcliffe and. i Star team pi.cked from the 16 in the game in which the Timberwolves defeated Zillah in the Class B basketball tournament at the r~. *1 /'~ 1Junior Kemp at the backboards. teams entered in the tournament, armory Other Goldendale boys in the picture are Clarence Linden.(6), Junior Kemp (11) and IIar: UlVlae ~=ames i Using a modified Zone defense v.~,.~ _. "---'-" "- ---- ,,1,t Gray (5) The Leonards are George Leunin~ (10), Roger Terpstra (8), Dick lnomas to) anu P UCl |IO_I-IT~ ....... George Parker, extreme right. Goldendale and Naches will play for the Class B championship here ____.__ to capitalize on Zillah's weak- .da~.JIL IL IL I,J The ofhclal ]s Jack Chnstensen, Rtchland Herald photo Wit hrarll Netmen I Saturday. "" " ....... t x~y ~cnooi ~tepor-ter') t]nesses' the Wolves kept. the. s14.25 paw" Drop Blockhouse / ...... o~""~rville won one ~,~ame and ,Leopardsle nff balancef with. their " s" ther at Klicki'a" "'licki t hust a d out o their best -- lo~t anot ' ~ [ ~'- -I ____ Triple-Header New Baseball ]Blockhouse Wins tat won "he B satin"-ame b,, a'shtmg spots. Although Zdlah WISHRAM ( pecial)--Wishram'Si * ~ ~n ~,.,,~.~, r',..+~..~l~.~ ..... ~h~ itook 66 shots to only 36 for the ~"'t~rm~")'~m~"~}'~"~T~'e'~i}~lWolves, the fighting spirit of Back.~.11.11 ~,,,['x~hI" Pastimers defeated Blockhouse 61 ,At Centervdle tSeason Planned From Baptists ~.tlme ~t score g ~ weas 6-3- m: favor o~ G.....H S. paid. off. . .- ~0..o to 53 in a county league game ir~I -'-'------ I --'------- [ ~ +~..~ ;'-'-'~ro urm, ~ ,~,i,-,,,~o ~ef~l The pertormanee ot me ~,,~ ................ ., ........ ~x,r.., .... ;"" *'" ~illah con+cot "-a t~11 1~ Wishram Monday night. Wishraml A triple-header is planned by J WttITE SALMON (Special) --1 Blockhouse turned in an 84 to it was 14-14. Centerville's StaniF ...... ": "'? "'~" h w~ -- ~V.~ led throughout, building up an 18-1the Centerville town team for ]A baseball ~rganizational meet-[27 victor,, over the Baptists in ~ .... *-,a~ high w;kh 14 ,-oints lmr supermr ~o mew s o mg m point lead at one time, and then [ Wednesday night of this week [ing was held a~ the Antlers Club ] the county net league .last Thurs- "~*'~Zt~emervme y o._ ~s nex~'~: game- v m" w" i"'-m ~i.~the. opener_ against._ ...Kittitas- In ~r ...... ] nipped me ta~e rally of the Block- ]at the Centerville gym. The first |Friday night.. Ed Gross was].day night. The winners led at .......... t ~ i"e Frida 'mat game, me x~moerwmves UDSO___ N'S [withhUSeanqUintet8:pomt tOvlctoryend margin.the game Ifoe [ Goldendalefr Centervillev.F.W., willstartingbe, theat. l elected manager of the White ~he half 50 to 12. Scoring for nl%llCKltatig~'t, lviarc'" a~h Len12, ate'vu7:30 This [st tralledy I " .mst of the. fwst' half as Salmon Antlers. Baseball team both teams was well-divided, as Centerville's last game of the they sized up their opponents~ ~lb-'l~|l~l~ I Larry Morris, with 23 points, 17"30. Games will follow between~tfor the coming season, follows: "'~-~&~1L~.,~.~ |.led Blockhouse, while McGraw[C'enterville and Blockhouse and[ New uniforms and equipment Blockhouse" W. Bellamv 17, L ...... " I~ne quarter score was ~l to "~"~.. ..... . .. !for the Coyotes but Goldendale bco~es ann lineup were was mgn tor w]snram w~tn 1~ l z ~c and Ba t~sts will be v - ,Centerv'.- P" [ " ordered immediatel byIMorris 17, J." Wilde 24, D. Bel: . . ! ,.. [moved into a 20-18 lead at the . mlaway. ~~ I!,... __ I.,. The tilts are county league|the A~tlers athletic .committee, lamy 13, B. Bellamy 11. Bap-KlicKitat Cemervme~ .~ ......... t W~th only 3 minutes remain- - ~ IUommlttaa {)r~ laffairs, Centerville being unde-lUscar Waltaee, chairman, Amosl~ists: Walker 4, J. Moore 5, New-=Stearns 4 4 John Miller . noagtana ~ 1~ ~ ~ray " ....... P r ,~ ~rtll~ I,.. -- feared to date m league play. [ ea ,ce and One Kreps. ton 6, Wedgewood 6, L. Moore 6. -" - . _" 2 . . ling, KitUtas trailed by 13 points sv~iuerup o ~ ~. ~mrK i " " d. /EII~ i.%r~rt~ M~t~e ] I.. The club ~looks for~vard to| On last Monday night Block- .............. [They qu ckly ~truck 12 times at t'nlulS u u x~. r~lemem th u r's &l... ..... "Iv'" "" ..,,~,,.,,~o __ .__ -- luemmg a strong team this year.|house bowed to 'the Lyle townies ............ ' e s rp I ed Wolves but fell ". w re L pomx Denlna Fmk 0 0 &m Miller RIgA llld~ IdlRlU I _ . ,-7--- IMan Ex-ecte, / :,,~ 154 to 44 at Lyle. Cody of Lyle ....... ~eonem z o D ,risKe,shortiwhen andthe conteste ....... closed. ,- r~ illllg l][il [ rqans ~or me summer sports l .7 It" ~ I See the N~.~r~Royal Typewriter|and Morris of Blockhouse tied JacKson U ~ ~. ~nupe , :~'~ Ill =a ...... [program were outlined in a mee% AI- l~i~ l~rl Ion display at The Sentinel Offiee.~for scoring honors with 18 each. _ .. - I Jumor Kemp was chief eol- ~%.lUlll IIMI I[ll;lltll:O m~g of'*he atakletic.and~recreation-lrat aaoal a~;~--~a /.' k~ '~ ~_~"ffi' ~.~'.~'..~:~ **.~ ....... . , u m. ~oy lector o2 ',Coyote bounty" in the ~-.~ !'.~ .,r. . ~ of~e from Cc.~, -'--', ua ~#-kl~|l~,l~;al committee of the Chamber of l ' ....... "* ..... "*'***; ......... IDIocKaC|eS I OplC ~,t~_ IComme~ee 1,ast week: All com-[ Klickitat county sportsmen are|~ " ::~" '~ Will- mitteemen were present except Ireserving Saturday nigh% March[~ ,'; ~..+' * -- ~_ -- .,,k.... .. l~se o ~ ~ po~ : "*%. Paul Jahnson and Louis Gilles, t20, as "their night." in order that [~ "~*~:, = i-I , a, i I-- ,-ers Meet M~ shooting aecur~my. ~ ~ ~ __, ~ J land men!bets were named tolthey may attend the annual "fish[~" ~ &P~ilP~ ~ -I ~r ~-~L v~=~,~,~ ~,,~. - Nl~flsti.cs on the games follow: |1 i~'i II P~ ~ ~$ ,head the various phases of the ]feed" of ,the Kliekitat River Fish |~ ~r: ~~U '~q ,W~, ------- C~ldendale 41 37 Zillah ~ IIl:l]ld~l ~ [program. " & Game Club. The "feed" will[~ --~ : Discussion on system of block- Brock 6 F 12 Thoma.~ ~l~ I Wal.t T~wnsend was placed m]beheldmthebott_lingroomof, the.[~ ..,,,... --- .-- ade throughout the upper and Adkison6F 0 Terpstra .S~"> _., ,--q~t$1 |charge of Cennis; Duane Lindenlgas-ice plant and will start at/..L" ~1" 1 ~ lower Columbia river area was Kemp 7 C 16 Lenning ~rir~~ [~tpl|[ lin charge of basketball; Bob Me- 7:00 p.m. |~ '~rd P~!1 I~ l&r~ if~, the main :topic of disenssion in Gray 21 13 0 Tale I qi~ Ib II~....~ [Cardell, sw.i~ing; and -MeCar- Homer Mitch~U, secretary of the[~ JL I i,~l~l, l~ I~ll I~V Hood River Tuesday Radcllff@ll ~ ~ 7 Wright ,,~, ~ deLland Linden, softha~: ~ " .. club, who .hag supervised the|~ .. I~' ColumbialaW enforcingandOfficerSLowerOfcolumbiathe Mia- Linden;SUbstitutirms,(~h~h)--Parke~"2,'i~orcl'.W"md~'~l'~ I ~ne baseDan committee winlpreparation Of :the smoked ~,ish/4. % _ ~__ Iconsist of Bill Overly, Franklfor the annual affair for many[~ P.F.T i~|r~ ir~ii~ TI[.-~I~U ~T("~l~]'~ Peace Officers Association, WhO .Grillo ,Cub Weiss, D. E..Van De-'years, says that '~there will be/~ ~.1~.~,~ ~.~ va aa-,l~a ~'~v ~. met there for a meeting of the Goldendale 48 ~: 47 Kittitas tVn~ater, and Ray HoffedRz. Base-pl, nty for all" and sportsmen ['l!' t ball is assured for-the summer, th oughout the county are invited]~. it was announced. New uniforms to attend." years, two organizations, Brock 3 F; 6 Paris .... plenty Officers from Goldendale at- Adkison 21 F 9 H~"lm~ throug tending the meeting were, Sheriff Kern- 13 C -- ~'~ to atte ,O L c.L. Winter, Deputy Sheriff Earl Gra;P5 G 1~ 41-1~.;~: ,will not be purchased, bu* .the[ No business matters win be I:~ We Have a Complete ine of Jones, State Patrolman Saucy .... ,:,,= ...... tcmmi4tee has sufficient funds [ transacted during Zt~e evening--I~" "~ I~-I~ I-- ~eeveSBrock .......... ana t;mex ot ~once Dtehr"~uc*ttte "u ' mmUUSUmuns~ r~-~: .... " tr_. tL~olaenaale,~ ~tetson to buy new ,caps, socks, and only fun and merriment on the[.~ r 111 e: - it was voted to h^'d the next E e y 2, Linden; (Zilah) John- 0ther necessaTy equipment. ' evening program. 1~ --I~, .'~" . . ~ in son 6 ~ meeting the hrst Wednesday " " April Both Moro and He ne, DRIVER HEADS SPORTSMEN 2.4D in all its forms .[......... uregon, nan ]nvztea,.., ;..methei. res[ George Driver" has been an- ~.1,.,o,.1.o ,-,,m,,---;ti,~s--so a coinl" ~" ~., ~ .w vur~,uen.~ oz .,e i Rotenone -- DDT .~,'~.~r ~,Y ,~,~-''~ W';o'decide which IML Adams Fish and Game As- i Don'* ~" w,,, o~ ***~ ~ .. . q'I ........... 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