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AGREEMENT REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED Q Watch the Sentinel Sports Page for the I I Attend the baseball games at your home I Its of your home team's baseball gamesI .... .ram Iball park on Sundays. The home town teamI ugh the season. I i players want your support. I ~- -- THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL,--Goldendale, Washington Page Nine a llu[} Vie In o i: Day hraha Tops Town ci 7;-- !White Salmon Trip to White's ' ------ i . Strong Puyallup Eagles Meet Ls Dalles Tourney In Extra Innings Antlers Bow To Crossing Dangerous, Local Men Report!..._ ......... . .-.. ,, . , Liolaendale In Labor Day Tilt !ram added another chain-I the opportunity of risking his unoea[en uaell 3 r Men ~ill do the darndest things [".~|.i.~....~..~|.~ |~.!..-.~o ap. to,the~ list when they l[eputation against the strong! ~ !(son]etinms) for ad.ventuI:e. Fouri%J~JlU~=;llW, ll(~l~; 1.4~i~:;o i The Puvallup Eagles of Puyallup, Washington are the uu~ me own ClUb by a w]snram team. it ~s repor~eq maz ' Th,~ ~xr~,i~ ~lm~,n Antlcr~ un !uomenaam men, Faul w. oonn- j 11~ I I ! ff ~_ g'~___ ,.,~.-+ ~ ....... +: ~-~,, ,",.,]~.,~..~..b. , ............ a .... T ,~..,. r~,,. q,~ 0 " " i r .. ,~ ,, ,x ~,~ ~,~ u o - . .. : is ,, ILEAL -tUgS UI I.llW klUItI~IIMaIu bUWII ~ttUti.U UII JL~auul JLr~.'*r, ~Jtl~,-- f 9 to 7 in a fast game that rhe was u oiking in the hay. l~o,_,t........ el half hn~hnl] nine , son, supeilntendent of the Gold-lrarKaale a a. ,oo ....................... .. }we extra innings and won Wishram brought in the first ;~;.],:,~'~"~,'~',~"~,e~.~v'~'~'~er~ i endale schools Leonard Larsen it, . ,, ,, ,,, ~,,'.,--; temoer bin, at BrooKs r mid, t, omendale. Game tmle is two toe eh m ionshi .................. ~"~ J ~ - " ~,~ ~ I ' ~, a p p trophy m run m the first half of the first ~.,el~,, + ..... + cho n,1~n ..... el ..ecretary Goldendale Chamber of,Plrst Malt lltle o clock p. m. ualles Invitational Softball 'inning when R. Hall connected ot~h'er"}irs~ ~-'lace'conten~i'mYon~l~; iCommerce R. h. Jackson, and i i The Eagles have the ~nutation of beine a very eood ball aament. ~for a double and was brought in ~" ' ~ Harold Fariello are recalling~ -- i .... - ' o ~ o ..................... ;whenMcGraw landedfora to be toppled fl~om the ranks of idol~ h .... ~ .... ' ...... ; ...... The Goldendale town team is~club and the local club feels fortunate they were able to ar- - s~me was a n~p anu tuc~i the unoeleatea at me hands oi me: ..... . ..... .~-v~ ~"~ .......... now the sole owner of the first', -' " " " " ' from the start with the idouble. Oregon foe b- a 10-7 score:the Big Khck~tat Saturday and. ...... ..... : Iange this contest. The admlssmn to this game has been upped see-sawing back and forth i Wishram held Town Club score- ..~ .... .~ _ ._ " .... !Sunday, August 21 and 22. :naii title my virtue oi a ~]ve ~o : to 75 cents to help cover traveling expenses of the Puvallup ~,, ,~-- ....... ,~-,:-... {les~ until the fourth frame when' ~ne uden lads were me ilrs~ ~o I ~mree win over t-arKoate ~unoay, . ~, "~ ...... ~ . i ...... The game~ ........ was completeC~ .... ~ I Jim Bridgefarmer'stepped to the start the scoring when they l, The men decided to launch two!in a play-off tilt at Hood River. t~Inlne'lm~t th~easnholde~UCKetSto th~sWmgamen~ aa- "to the heated at" uments plate and smashed a hard hit ball shoved in a tally m their part of,Lubbe~-,bo~ts in the Klickitat at The two clubs had identical win:;Goldendale Clubs ~Eaot o o ,,,o ...... g .- to rioht field for a home run to tie the second frame and then broke I Parrott s brossin and make me loss records at the end of the firs~ ........ ,, . :~ e. ar.:.tLd. %__ L._ t~?mns ~eeatrl~en wn~nll~te~ae up t~e ball game ! to 1. ~?s~ oWfithofa :-srUnlSplaUrdgeu~l~l:haeltrip down }'iverg to the L.eidl ,ha~fsZ~tla~angUet~)aY.lor 5i[fst spo~ :OUt 1:5 To 1 Win ,~f& aml0m-go~rdnWXet lo~age~e s , , ranch planning to InaNe WnlIe's - ~ ~, 1~J- N ' , .. In the fifth frame W~shram ~ : I I 'ord and m the Sunset Lea ue ............... {scored a~ain when Solzschuh:hme-run- and an error by.the i Crossmg the first day and Leldl's:Sunday. . :~"~lr~, ~m~,~~ml~ ..... ~.~_ ~ ..... ......... g2~:' ~ ~oizscnun, w~snram nuri- ~.~ ;.. ~.?. ~:~.~ ..... ~.~;.~ ,~....... Anuer s:nor~stop. ~ne ~nuers ranch on Sundav AccomnaniedI ~onuosneyhurledthe first v.~,a~u~a~n~.a~a,~, ~p~-,~'~ .?~gu~- .L wmt'n tpcy as heavily hit by the Club- ~,"~ ~i'~'~h~i~hu,3~~ ~VX ~' crossed the plate once in the 4th'by Archie Radcli~f'fe and J~immv.seven innings of the free and wasI ~p!ayea, mey wench anp rest a. W "~ ' '" r ~ Ine r'uyallup ClUe also tOOK see ~e no connecte? for 13 hits, chaulk'eci u'p~tworunswhen-M~ller through a fielders choice, a single ~Fariello the local men drove t'0icredited with the din although a In the last scheduled game of ....... ~ , , " . .- 2o~mol:d thhr:uCghl~etrhedtiwght" ~aSn ~o~ghta~nb? wahdOUbletbY a~?nzaa d oubleeg2d~y~}otuhn~ t4th [bP:rrr:rttf~t CwrOS:~lZgu~ch3~eatnhg f~aUb_ i~(haJveY hOwrS; ~to h~Snl;gfo~.:dyh~no ~nm MiddC21u~bioawLnetag?d l~ea~to~ ~2u~.naOrnn:r~. }n me r~ag,e s state . ~mith on the mound for ....... . mark to tally five times on four twell bidden to Archie and Jim istart the eighth inning ~the Parkdale VFW a sound 13 to 1 Player-manager for the Eagles, ~Own Club was tapped for ca~ten.mth~nc~uel~e~m~nmtShS~pga~ hits, one base on balls and three]my"i The locals touched McPherran, shellacking inanight tilt at Park- ; Frank Brozovich, has played in ~.ered hits but at times he ~ - s Antler errors The Odell townies ;l;he men found +~,-+ ,,c~a a~.,. ~who went the full distance for the dale Wednesda ni ht the coast league for San Francisco, t seem to fred the plate a,, k .... ~,,, ~+,~ ~ ...... ~,~+ saw the last of their scoring m the IKlickitat,, is reall- rouah -n,~ Parkdale VFW, for 13 hits while Don Gosney started on the Amerman Assoc., Texas League lked 10 men ~.. ,,v-., xr: ...... ~. ..... ~.~. 4th but held a wide 10-1 lead {dangerous soon after the- start {Gsney and Bellamy were g~wng mound for the locals and hurled :and various other leagues m or- [ B U.y ~Lt~ VIIIL:~IIL, (:t U(~t:~ Ol U~tll~, ~ O .7 - " . . . . ronkhorst,, who was ~ ...... v,~=~,.~ ~,,,,~..,, ,,,~....~ ,,, ....... =,~, ~,~,., ; The Antlers edged u~)._, and nar-led . the oiourne"~ d...n s+r,~,~ ~..,. up but five safetms., three h~tless. . innings but gave up :gamzed. ball. He also boasts a ~led .to .p.~tch .for Town Father Hamilton accounted forlrowed the gap to 10-3 m the 5th}Swfft water and large bouldersi Goldendales. Gene Thompso.n the p~tchmg chore to Howard batting average of .350, ihe third time missed three runs in the sixth inning for frame and tallied three more!in the stream were encountered !suxtereq a sem ous cut_under.ms i Adams at the start of. the fourth i Some other members of the the Railroaders Town Club got in the 7th and once more in the l almost constantly as Johnson and;eye mm-way tnroug~, tne contest i iramez~.aams, ranis nrst appear- i team are: Tony Banaszak, pitch- " half but 8th but the abbreviated rany ~aii ~Fariello led the wa" the men re wnen a ground Dan down ~ne ante mis year in a t_/omenaale i er has a record of 19 won and tWere ume2bl~o]~rithe~em in and ed.' {ported on their return to Golden:Ithird.base line took a bad hop',uniform, was touched for four hits i thI'ee lost this season; Little Art i" '" Wishram led b a 5 ~o 3 s~ore. I Leading Antler batsman was el.ale, la.na qroKe one oI toe runs ou~.o~ and the lone rarkdale tally in his Swanson. shortstov and high ~[~.?~{ar~w ~ In the sevenYt~ Town Club held!Paul Pate; who connected for a The rubber boats seemed toimSlglasse~_l~aanager.L;u~_wemsithree inning stand. Tiny Bellamy school star; Bill En'gles, outfielcl- rep aceu ~nompson ior zne re pitched the iinat mnin of toe h nd came u single, a oouoie and a home run n ..... ' a,4. ~-~--"-~'~ W's ram scoreless a ' - take the co slant oundm { . .. g er has a powerful throwm arm ~t , - p for five tri s to the late and Lar- ! P g i mamder of the contest, seven inning aHair and ave u ' g ~ ~~:~ m thmr half of the frame to bring, . ~P~ , ,P .... l agamst boulders. Water from the~ ,-, .......... 1 g P land is hitting .325: Franz auhta- in two runs to tie up the ballsen anq mossorucKer w~m ~WO{high waves in the turbulent i^ ~,omenoa~e and ude~l:_wmner{onen~ou~noruns, o .... ila, speedy outfielder and Bill game and send It Into extra inn Inl~s earn (stream kept pouringintothe m u~e beconu ~ta{x, wt~t ~a[~g~e. ~n . lvlc~laln started Ior r'arKaam Solwa~ y. handy" man on ........... tho team " - Earl Ackl s t " craft nd the the very near future w~th thelbut was belted out of the box by- 71 ~---" ings. i ey tos ed he first I a men were forced to !lea"ue cu .................................. iplays any position and is batting ~1~ ~~ HWzi:chl~a~n h~~edal~lnfathe:?gh~h ~bOha~t:ing2n?mg: h:~id2hetn?n:leae::o~de~ ~2laSh~e~rtYhefeWcm~Utw?itt~ i ;u!:~f btuht~e~es~ScthyaS:e~e~eg;(iii!~hceeciCia~]aa~haC/!~t~bn:FGl!~d:Cd i 30~anager Cub Weiss of the ~ ~_- ~ ~ -:~L_ left field that was drooped bv] " ! with food, fishing i .......... ~ ...... , ........... -iGoldendale town team announces ~ ~ ~'T~ ~ Cosner The ball rolle~l dowrl :balls. Preston Sheppard, who re-!gear and bedding. Inave no~ ye~ oeen se~. !ra;alleefCsOnwtilt~Ueaut2~lyiassault on me tha due to the fact that some of .~~|[[l{J[-~'~'~ over (he bank and Holzschuhilieved him in the 4th gave up sixI The party had migrated downI t q vgor, !his regular players may be gone rounded the bases on the error hi~ andissued s!x baseson balls, i stream about two miles without,f~A|~__.._ ~----L .... { Pete Barnes and Larry Morris I over the Labor Day weekend, he ""' In the Town Club half Cottoni ~aui ~ate and oaeK ~eynoias serious mishap when the first ac-{~l~l~llll~i['l~ [Ul~ti.l~)llll~ imt me mt parade for Goldendale, lmay call on talent from other {[~1% ~]]t-~..... ]~,}{l~,,I-......~,..... .~.~ ...... .. ~.~n s+'~*"~'~.~.~...~, ..... **..~.'~ ~...o~....~'~oo+'~'~ :both ..... played an outstanding game cident happened on the trip, I ~ - ,I Barnes ..... getting 3 singles and a,~ teams in the county. - -- ^..+ ~ u ......... a ~,~., +*,~ ' of ball m their catcher and first I whmh threw a scare into all C~.h$11,~r~l~fl~F~ghll-~ tropic in five trips to the dmh and ,,~ ~,~ ~'~;'~,~'~,,~"~l("~ibase pomhons. I members of the r~rtv Johnson _~'~'~'.'"1~" ...... ""It" l Morris rapped a triple and a~ ~'~lll'~lfllO~'~" ~"~n ~'"'""*ho nin*h--'~ o..~.~R ~fnll~'~o,,t'" -loose " With' thew wctory, the Odell and Farle]lo" were~" waiting~' for | {nbll ~_~,~ IQ I double m" 3 t~mes up. . ~"~~ ......... ,,,~'~ "~'-+~'m,~i~: "~'(,..-~=".r~-2.~ town club wears the crown as thelJackson and Larsen several hun-IvaaLaa ~J~I"~L ~ iGldendale AB H R EI ff'~- ~"~1~ "~'~" "~//'" "~-k ar . when Jim Bridgefarmer rapped i~ , bu~ .as their boat ' i~e .............. li ~-~ e now made In Coffiel(i scored when Tri~)lettilows" Home runs--Lawson, Jim]~rhenver a large boulder into I Sunday, September ~, .those iniMobber,orf ...................... 3 0 1 0i "-~l~aa~ II~&ll tl - " {me boiling waterLarsenwas ~ charge oI me tournamen~an- , o~ ........................ o ~ o u ~) p dropped the peg to home t Bmdgefarmer; three base h~ts--- " ' " Cr -. ERENT COLORS " thrown to the fron f the craft nounced thin week ocker, 2b ................. 3 2 2 0I ' Town Club started a comeback,J~m Bmdgefarmer, Tn lett; two . to , " ' I~ t:,.- ^,,+ ~ +,~,~,~ ~ ...... "~. xr; .... +~h~,~ h{,~_.~ ,Mt Mr~r~w nm,/landlng on ton of Jackson This Playwas sched~uledtostart last Trlplett, 3b. ................... 300 0, ~,~'~k"~-.--A.~- ,...~,7,_~ I .... added we~ ht ewdentl ushed I Sunday, but in wew of the fact~ Y, p f .................. 3 2 2 0 iF allowed h~m to score. A fly to Brldgefarmer, Tr]plett. g Y ~ .. I Adam t ~ |~ ~ G~I~I )LTMAN] Coffield, an unassisted putout by Holzschuh, winning pitcher, al-{the front of ~the boat low enough so many other actiwtm~, such as,.. ,, s, p ........................ 1 0 0 0 ~ I ~o anew water i h '~'ar ~a weekend, and ~fieKita~,~enamy, p ................. O O 0 0,~ ~I ~ " Nt r Vincent and a fly to McGraw lowed 13 h~ts, struck out 6, and} ..: .. . to .pour ate t e! ..... +,,,~~ +he ~,~,,,~.~ ,,,oot- ",~ ~ n o a o~ Steam Ieam al Paint_ o e .... , ~ .... .......................... . wm ........................... ~,mld~ndM~ ended the ball game w~th W~sh-lwalkect 0. Pete Smith, losmglcraty, t~l~.mg n enure~y. ~arsen, t..,a ~n,,la o~nel{o+ ~,.a ,~,~+.~+{ TOTAI.R ~a ~o ~o ~'[ lO~slng .rllS balance as ne made an ", { - -- o --" ....... ram out in front 9 to 7. !pitcher, allowed 9 hits, struck out~ .... '. ,. r " " l~'~;-o(.'g~+:(,Y,(~'~'7,m";h~ ~'~:;~'~'- Parkdale- ..................... ~'~'~ ~i Extra base hits were as fol 3 and walked 10 a~tempt to seek ms tormer posl ~ .... . ......................... McPh .......... [thrown out opening play until Sept. 19. erran, ss-p .......... 2 1 0 0 j~~'.~ ' ' Fariello, who had started up{ The change in date will afford gutwson~fl.b ...................... 3 0 0 0 / ,~..~ l " /these wishing to take part an o - .................... 3 1 0 1' stream to assist Larsen and Jack .... , .... ....... portumty to turn m then" 18~hZ~e B. Routon, rf-2b 3 1 0 1 ..... {son, stud ]t looked hke Larsen . " ......... t ~h~ Ira-e~ Ir~ was ~oin~ td d~awn ~ ........ {quahfymg score to Walt Town- Blumentha], cf .............. 1 0 0 1{ ...,.~.._ al secondf" ~ "~arsen- ' send, chan`man of the tournament J. Routson, cf ................ 2 1 1 0 ! Soeed thro-~h_,, ..-o,,- ,~.~, ;--,,,- water with onL1-" one l~a~d Ul~dwer[cmmittee" The eight having the Culbertson, 2b, ss, p ...3 1 0 01 ingwiththismode~-n~'Jn'w'/~ ~ {~... ~*. .... ~.. ~.... ............. "~lowest qualifying scores will be Corson, c-rf ............ 3 0 0 11 the tapered back ....... *,~ a~v~ ~**~ ~u~.a,zc. ror~una~,~ .... M 1 " " $12 m mmmm mml lv Larsen w~ nbl~ a~, a,,h ,,,o placed m the champmnsh~p con- cC am, p .................... 1 0 0 2 _" " ~ of tlqe oars'soonafte-:~-2"~=~ "~;2= test while the next eight will vie Hatfield c ...................... 2 0 0 1{ ~_~'~ ~ boat and it is believed that for honorsm the fn`stfhght. Smt- OTALS .................... 27 5 18t ~(,~ i m.mm m.. this was what saved his life able trophies will again be award- { Winning pitcher, Gosney, Loser, l /~----~~ii~ " ed i McClain; 7 hits, 7 runs off Mc-] ~ -.~.---~i~ P ~ LAab~rsUet 2m50adeYa;dSre.d~lnd~ream , [CJ~5o~snn3ey~ ~nnn~ngnSi:gru~sOihit~i I 1 1 {hwa:t~tre.da~s~nf'gwh~iongthtohueh~w~t] ADDITIONAL SPORTS ON {runs off McPherran m 1 inn-[ ~e$1~=lroni~A..hm~nl .... : " ' ~, ~ ~ings; 3 hits 1 run off Adams in 3 ~|' ~ ~ ] (Continued on page 16) PAGE SIXTEEN tinnin.o.s~, o ~ ,,,~"+" ~ ~ ~u,,~ ............. u~, ~u~,'~ ISliplton theTru-Heat Ironm ~'~ [ -- --" { .... "] a jiff . Lightweight, steam : ~ ~ ~" ~b~ ~lMb~ ~ son in 2 innings; 1 hit and no ruas irons ~() to 46 minu I " , . . . . tes on one :'~L - ~ ~} OII ~uamy m tuning; Strike- ~fillin~ ~7 -~-~ "~ & X i outs uosney 6, Adams 3; Bellamy ~ ~ ..... - .} "EASANTSS.FFERED ,~ ~ m m ~ ~ .~[ After a rainy spring, which re- your ironin9 ~ ~ ~ / ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -I. t duced pheasant production .... ! ! I I {$ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -:-]throughout'the area, t~e South Dry iron f~r~r sreamlron ~~ {~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~'- lwest Washington bird nonulafion many. washal~l'e'i without {~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~suffered another blow v~l~n flood S.l~.~g . . preas woolens [~ ,~, waters swirled into the woodland ~tnou~adampclotN~20.45 I~'~" ~ ~ bottoms through broken dikes. I~.....~ _ , ~IbeTth~)~ttO~aund WaSrOne of theIPOHSOli. ilY ~l~(,~...jr~ versus If Our Klickltat Valley Milk lsn t ~!south~est Pl~art ofmgthaeesat~i~. ~]~ .I. eggs and nests were destr()yed, [- Richer. More Nutritious and : which means extremely poor GOLDENDALE ,am ' -- .. ~ lhunting in the area this fall Game ....... ~.~Supervisor William O. Hall of More for your Money $~iLongview asserts. - ECrr C than milk shipped into the county in cartons :!;:iiiii 2:00 p.m. WE WILL DELIVER AT YOUR HOME IN SEPTEMBER 1 QUART PER DAY F R E E The consumer has to pay for the carton which is thrown away. FARMERS We Can Still Obtain Pour a quart of pasteurized carton milk into a quart bottle -- put it beside a for you and at prices that are in line. quart of our milk.., and see the differ- This year we are not stocking" land plas- ence ter, but are filling orders as they come in... so don't delay, place your orders with us today. Doesn't Expect to Sell You Milk Unless We Can Prove You Are Helping Yourself PHONE 1576 WE WILL HAVE OUR MILK ON YOUR BREAK- FAST TABLE BY 7:00 EVERY MORNING If it is to be had.. Gillenwaters has it! 2