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USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. Support your local school teams in their I 91 I All the county schools are asked to send in ! various sports activities. The boys will be doing I ml ll I stories of their sports activities. Just write the I their best, so be there to cheer them on. I I details, mail them to us and we'll tell the county. I Thursday, December 16, 1948 THE GOLDENDALE Washington Page Seven " " 66 99 " " " Yakmia Junior Top Teams To Heartbreaker Tlmberwolves Win Boxing Card Wolves Open League Play At Naches College Team To Appear In City; Lost To Dalhs From Kliekitat In New Years Eve Friday; Highlanders Here Saturday Pi., Here A., Schedule Shows TImberwolves" Thriller" Feature In ch," By G. H. S. Sports Repor~r ]they are new to the league, not -.aj ,,,on,.aj _j ,_rI..a: ..I.j The Timberwolves make theirlmuch is known of their team. In ~ basketball league season debut their game against Naches they Yakima Junior College which Basketball fans in the Golden- By Orin Lee Dayton I Bv Orin Dayton G.H S Renorter~ Fifteen fast rounds of boxing t thls weekend against two of the used 12 players, and most all of trounced the Goldendale Town dale area will have an oppor- The Wimberwolves lost a thrill-I ...... i will be offered the people of the lprescason favorites. Friday they ith~-,n got into the scoring:... Team Basketeers last Saturday, tunity to see some very good ing overtime game at The Dallesl Staving off second and fourth Goldendale area on New Years]go to l-~acnes where mey meett xne "~ squad game WlU start December 12 by a 48-35 score, teams in action, according to a Tuesday 51 to 48. lqua,rter rallies by the KlickitatlEve at the Goldendale high school ~ne team they defeated for thetat 7:15 Saturday night. Frank will come to Gotdendale Monday preview of some of the teams The first .... rto- Tat ove,, h-~iVandals' the Wimberwolves wonlgym, it was announced this week f Valley championship, last March.!Ko.ckalko will have his g'wls' night, Decem,ber 21, for a game that are scheduled to play the in the secon~cl~,uarter Tl~e ~)'ailesltheir second game of the yeariby Simcoe Post, Veterans of For-[~amraay.~ney come home m pl, aytanll team ready xor the nail with the local~ at the G H S gym Goldendale Town Team on the ~ulled ahea ~h c re a : 46 to 36 last Friday evening Theleign Wars. itne rugnla,naers, rron,~,.,,~omlcne, tame enter~alnrnenL .... ...... """ ~ : " c 1 ma le ~. d. e s o t the~wolves led 19 to 17 at the half t .......... ~wno prayed in me~ league k ~oacn ~uraette ~inarea has ~ne game is scneamed m start lo a P half was 21-15 G S S staged a! 1no card Will cons1s~ o[ five ~o, .... [ .... ,~ , ....... ~ ~m.~ ~_ at 8:00 p.m. and, according to The Town Team which is spon- rally in the t'hircl quarter with! Red-hot basketball marked the I three-round bouts plus a novelty I'~%_~'_" ~ ............ Is ..... ."~Y ~=~';' ~P=~.'.%~ .~':'~.,_'~.~" ~:~'rg:am!hatldc~mea ,ba~kalefr?m ~re~fbrn~:t:mdG,ludp~nd~tl~ P~Sle~g~ :T;hiYhsi~:eT~i~kh~tg~rdtq~ar~r ~i~ge~:nVilntdih~n~Yr :hgihg:ctat~ !h~:P~boa_ln!/thtahtethVyF~i'l saeSeS~ro~s ~!~:~r/i~~Li~efh~l~i~ ~o~h~t~hin~=/~i~ This will be the Town Team s teams - " - ' -'slack up their pace and relax aI Three licki at o i Y l g g P Y ........ - .................. ]36 The Dalles, using many subs, I~;* w~;~t.;,~ ~ .... ~ 4,. ........ K , t c unty pugfl-ltransfers m Dick Thomas, hlghlwlthout a substitute, the reserves xlrst home game. 1hey nave won ~ome o~ Lne ~eams ma~ a~c ~,- went ahead 37 to 36 in the last,~'" .~.~,~a~ p.~y~. .,~ s-,,,= ists all O~ whomdave won in ...... ~-^.~ ~71ll~h ~r~A l~rl I~.~A I.~..~ l~,~l~cr ~,.,~r~r~A tr~- -~t.t;..~ el~,a a few practice games but lost ready scheduled ate w~thout the a~d of one of their . ~ . . . quarter, prevmus matches, are on the hst i son, a 6 foot 2 inch lad from to the heavy schedule of three thew first game in scheduled .. On .Monday, December 21 the, The lo-t .... rter wad ver- fast[regular guards and even though of fighters. They are Don and EdlCaliforniaeames this week competition m me xaKima Du- lownles will meet xaKlma Junior . '~ ~'~"? ~ ,, .~,. handicapped oy mlS lOSS gave me Milh.r,~. ~f ~]ic.ki~.t ...~ l..~ ~ .~ ~ " .. . ~- , and many iouls were caned, l~ln- . ......... ~,~., ............ , a,,~, ,~e.~ ~acneswon ~rlelr own dam- ' mot College and are anxwus to College, who beattheTown Wolves a very rugged time of ~t. o * .... . den put m a Soul shot to put the ....... M ore, of Goldendale. These boree and defeated Highland and i GA1ME CANCELLED re deem~ themselves. ~ .. Team m the~__!ast encounter by ~Wolves on top 39-36 Adkison If las,~ rrmay s game ~s prom m, e boys made very good Showings ~Selah in their first full game BICKLETON (Special) -- The un lnurs~ay )ecemoer 1~a ~ LO oo ~curc. - ....... " - - - ^isimilar -ames m corn~ mis ---'- "- ~ ~ ' .... ~- " , th~ ~ ...... io ~'. .... l ~ r~-~: r~. ~ ....... ~2 .~a ~_~ ~he bovs lmen made a held .goat and a mat " .. .~ , ~ . ,)v~en mey s~eppe~ into me ring attmrs. Their second win against~Bickleton basketball team was ......................... ~'~" ..,;~"~'=~',"~":~A: 7~'~'h'=~h~ ,.i~t~ ~hot and brought the score to 42- year, mewolvescan cer~almy before anti mey are expected m Highland was by the score of 56 ito play Glenwood Friday night ..... ~-z ~ s ............. ~ ...... expect to work mr every game be in there "tossin- lOtS o~ math- to 42. but bad weather prevented them for a game with the Condon Town Team. I the Nazarene College, of Nampa, 137 Goldendale. they win this season ~r" Highland's enrolhnent dropped ~Idaho. , After the tipoff down the floor f. . " ~ " ' " to 29~, qualifying for "B" KLICKITAT WINS February 5 the Washington to Linden the score was 44-37. weHn~ghoP~n~ hdn~sS)nfV~: gam~ On.e of .the, h~ghhghts of the . . . them State College Frosh will come to Three quick baskets by The , , . . , . evening wul be a bout between SChOOl pray this fall. Because ;- ~,, .... ~ ,,-~ ~ .... aa ~ ,,,;th the bucket mr 19 points, closely tTonto Dorse,,, of To,~,~enish, ---~-" . KLICKITAT (Special) =- The town ~a.~ mau~ m~ ........ --.. w'.c ..... ~ ., ~'~" ~ -- I "~ ": ...... ~ ~ ..... * "1" .... :~"*^~ "~ ~lnv followed by Vu'gll Emery with 11 ~weig.hin 172 and Roy Ross. of i_ basketball garme played here Sat- ~. february ~o anu ~ va.v~,~.,rcc ,,,.,u~ ~, ~..~.,. ~ _~:~,~ t-~^~... ...... .~: .... ,~^..~ ~. ~'... g : --"1- ~'~ ~ "~" pUIIIL~ &=41 [ IIZI.~ LU/IIUU 111 ~IlIU~I 1~'1 ~Je o ' e will la a two nl ht .... haler n, aYt6 vz tans wm urday night between the Klicki-iColleg P Y -g A foul shot by The Dalles tiedfree' record on the backboards b i " " 1 - 4at Town Team and the Trout' " l al bo ~ ' - Y remember Tonto as the boy who ~ake Townies wash very inter-!stand against the, oc. y.. th:rs%~e~ at44oalLl:h:~ An:h~Ye!aCcounting for 13 rebounds lwon over Tommy Goodpaster ! "-~ ', ~ ol.~ ~. ..... A spark-plug for the Wolves the last time boxing matches esting game. Due to bad weath- |,~11- ....... | | ~,,.~n=~'~e~gerlaeaaedSytr~,~4' ~tth'r}ev~asleles who .should be given credit for were held in Goldendale. er the Trout Lakers had only a IlItIq~LLIILILIq~I i.a~;CL~Ui~ -- ; --~-." - -- " giving the Vandals their defen- Rin"side tickets for the fi'~hts few players but held our boys l ona to pray ~azlson aroppca one ~ ~ ~, ,, down to a 59-57 win. It was a !~|_ __ ]1~ ........... tin to tie it u,~ at 46-46[s~ve headache of, the evening was i which will start promptly at eight I ~very clean, friendly game. '-lay [l'O~l't~I~lll~ I In the ov~ertime both Emery guard Clarence Peewee L}nden, io,elock, are on sale now and can ....... ,: .:":::?; ! !::i ---------- /and Linden fouled out The wad seemed, to manage m .Pe ]be purchased from V.F.W. mem- ! DEER KILLED By G.H.S. Sports Reporter Dalles scored to bring the count to eyerywnere at once as ~ar as the i bers, , i vanoais were concetned i The G. H. S. Intramural league[50-46 and Adkison came back to ' ' A large doe deer was killed on i got off to a fast start with five make it 50-48 A foul shot by The A dangerous man to the Wolves ~I/]~l.A ~.,I,..~A.. The Satus highway Sunday night noon games Dalles, with five seconds to ,Ma- was Dinger forward for the Van- ~ lllt~:~ O~.llll~U~ll when hit by a transport truck. The The experience of the veteran ~cinched the game at 51-48. ~" ~' da.ls, who scored a total of 13 ~l~ !_ _ Oa carcass was taken to the Davis Rocking Chair Quintet put them l b:coring was as follows: points, takes o[evenson. Market by Butch Culver and will out to an early lead with ,two ~omenaale 48 51 The Dalles The Wolves were passing ~e given to the school lunch pro- wins. With such "has boons' as Emery 16 14 Bertram sharply in this, their second game Loses To Dalles gram, it was announced. The ani- Holycross, Dayton, Smith, and Simi 0 12 Erickson of the season and seem in good real was in good condition and Cadwallader, the Rocking Chair Radcliffe 4 0 Martin shape for their rugged schedule. the "kids" should enjoy the Goldendale's B string WDn their .. ven- team will be hard to beat. Adkison 10 7 Brumbaugh ......... WHITE SALMON (Special -- son. The Goon All Stars of course Linden II lu ~arsfiela game oy a count o~ ~-~l wire] L - ' ..... i The Co umbra high school B~u]ns ~ "~i"~-'~ k--'-w what was ha'~enina Betts 7 2 Miller guard Verhn White dumping n of Whit,~ ~lmnn ...... ,q ~, ~ } , n ~ ~-, ,,- "" " K m- 0 0 **- "" ' " * - hi-" sco-in- honors ............... ~" ...... I I in their first game but since they ~e;p ..... ~v~ay ~ points mr gn I g " rousing 44-33 victory over the i] lo/ ~ /! P . we~gwooa v ~ urness ]i'~"- "1"- I adopted Fred Long they have ..... '~ ....... ~'-~--. Stevenson high maple-court five i, rlOllaay ladle reds[ l-lUCKIelfl~ U O l%ell CI I Menoti n I been unbeatable, Wolverton, Hor- , ............ A S~ a " " l here last Friday night, ii I ~ .~'" "."" ~' ~, I nor and Briske are Chief Goons. Whim u ^ u m.nlyer Goldendale 46 36KliczLtalIt was ~ see -aT affair u" until ;: ,......~ :...1- ~.... k..u.~o., o.~, ant I ~1~~ / I U ~rlIIi~ns A~-" ~a ~ 3E)~.l~.- Gt -~ ~ I( %]I~ilU llil~l~ IY[ ~ IIYlIUg~ 1~ * * . ~ I DilIlgX ' I Wanda's Boys (when properly ~uK~son,a ~ ~"~re ~e~d the final quarter with not a: ...... ,~...,...I ......... ; .........b.~ ! ~ ~l I inspired) have looked good. With t~ !~ / ! ~]naen~^ ~ ~ ~ em}~ chance of anyone knowing who II .wut.-.a~: .... ~, ....... .~ ............. I I such prime sluggers as Newton l ol enclale LOSES a .c L.e Z ~ .. ~.~tm would emerge the victor. The li . . . colorfully decorated in the Christmas I II[l~lhb~ ] and Saran pitching for Wanda,: ..... ~. .. ~lm] b .. ~7 ~.~}nger score at the end of the first quar-11 .~.....~ D~ .............. A,,..,~ .... i ~I~-L-~ I she'll be hard to beat. I;- Ya~'l~r~a I : ll .a ~mery~{. ..... r...~lvll{Jerup ter stool at 15-12 for Columbia. i~ .uu~..m,.v 3"u~ vau,;., Ctma.~. iII ' I The Dribbling Drips are led by t " .............. ~.~..~ ~bS.. I%IICKI~al;---I~. Densley o, ! At the half it was 24-22 Colum- !i ] Ill~ al i [ Bellamy, Marriott, Hoctor and[ ..... ~ . . . u. ~ensiey z. [bia and the third quarter ended'l ] illt ~ ~ I~ I Robison but they have had]. Tnc x aKlma yauey ~umor COl- ----X'-----, [30-28 for the Bulldogs. In theI' 11t | ~"~ I.N*l] I trouble getting enough of theirtlege lncuansou~sped the Golden- _ .... ~-~quaa .......... Ifinal quarter the Bruins broke ] l-- " I ~ I "drips" together to make a splash l aale. Town 'l:eam last. Saturday ~o,aenaa~e 44 ~ l ~ ~ ~r~ac.~mx loose to score 16 ,points while 11 AII~ n~A II'l A1 I ~ I in theintramural league, tmght, uecemoer 11, m a game ~osney ~ t~ ".~" .~'.Y.".~',~ i holding the Stevenson Bulldogs !: rln~ In _r I .lr~l I lrl I a_L,L._U___~___ ~__. t.r ~ I l]n me xaKlma armory to score wnl~e 15. _ L/~ lZ U IDrlCn~ to three points, li ~h~iiliRii~h~h~ ~l~h~Ib~gili~& I lal~ll~llriDlIl~ ui~~ i~{IIIIIIUI- I a 43-35 victory, r~ueK~elat a U u ~conelo ........... 1 ~,' i ~" -- I GAMES POSTPONED [ Two quick baskets by the In- Showalter 0 F 7 Millerup ..~'as~ luesaay mgn~ z~e~o urn-,t .... ~-,-L---L,-- *.,--*- | ' ....... ~'red-w"od 5 F 6 K Densle-" roans were nanoed a --~-~ ae-i, ~aul lnompson ~oxuenuase, **asn. [ B I ~ Th amns gave mem an early leaa ,, s ~, GsOldre:d .oHn.,alI~ ~ oDu~:ln~s i~d~ens :ohd. unnett -- r~ !~,nodnt thlethClwl?ya~k~akSLay~dd" a~" MSubs':2, .... ~l, eLaxt elg:,[eala]byfiThe s~n ~" ~ --~~~. '~~ | lO ~]~l" 1 played in Glenwood recently naa the half, 23-12. Icy, thyars, ~tevens. r~iicKi~az -- . .~-~ w , | vene~lan ][~Ilrl~s ] to be postponed due to snow andI The towering Woodward twins, Phillis, WiL~on I, Westlund. .... . inclement_ :.weather- One game, l Keith and Kenneth.. .spearheaded- .,., -- ~ 1..~, - -~ ~ - 1 ,,,-,~ " .... ~ ;., I however was played between the the -second half drive for the INTERMURAL LE~,.,..-UE I ~ ~a, ~ ~p~v | ] Glenwood high school and the.locals and the gap was narrowed STANDINGS ~j ~ mar l ~qk I lfl l'~ll~lfi~l~.lDl~.~ ~fil.flllLgl I Mountaineers second string with ~,to six points before the college ------- .9% ... $ v- _ I I the high school corn g o ,boys started chckmg adam. Team ......... , ~ i W~J I$ F~ ~ . i I ! ton 58 to 38. t .... RocKing Gnalr ~uln~ez ........ z u ~ T~i~'~! I[ ~'~w ~ i ! _A~ ] I 1 I~ ~'~lT~ A-l~I]IgI~ I The games that had to be post- r~.Al. ~_.1 P .... [Goon All - Stars .................... 2 I ~. -- v ~ I "1 I u a, VL" i: avar~a ~* ~.,, I sported were the Mountaineers~l~UI.;lg ~lgllLli q,.II, UUIMI~ ]Wanda s Boys .......................... 1 1 .~ ~ ~ ~_ .... ~ ~ 1 1 ~ ! I General Paint Store I vs Bi,ckleton Town Team and!~ ~r~ ~ [Dribbling Drips ...................... 0 3 ~~ ~-i~br ~ ~ 1 ~ ~ ~ | ~-t~.-~-a^ I Keslers Grocery, of Hood River.,~eason lo unen [ --- "--Am] UUl~IIU~i~ ~ v ,~ / I The high school game with Bic-i~-- .... I Gamee Through Tuesday m.,~ ~~N! ~ ~ "~ ~/ kleton also hadto be cancelled. IIlmrm:iav- l~ec. ~3 IRckjng Chair Quintet 22, Goon ~ " 4s~~~ ~ All-Stars 'L . . ~ ~ ,~ -( , ~ . ] Wanda's Boys19, Dnbbhng ...... "~"~ b~ t..Itchy ~rigger ~in_ger s.po~sm_e_ni ... D r!ps 10.. ......... During the Christmas weekend you want to make doubly sure that the food you w~ av~ ,~uz uppu~u/~y t~ uz~l~ I~OCKlng unair ~ulmet lu, ~rlo- . .... ing GOLDENDALE ] :ii:::Di~:~:Sr:~, :an~~ smervz ~hft ?fwA#TwYe featiutr?Q~~a~iu___~m ~Esa~P~o~La;~R~C~l, oral thousands of geese were in NEW TRAP this area, but recent snow drove l most of them south. It is reported i Taking o~ silver trout eggs l~e- that ducks are plentiful and good]Man in November at the new trap shooting is anticipated, i at Brannion Creek on Lake What- Hunters are reminded that a com. The bulk of the Washing- 'new license is necessary for hunt- ton Sta~ Game Department s after January l, but the old [silver eggs come from this source, ry ~'aterfowl stamp will A good take is anticipated this ~r |___ gooa. year. turkeys - AT xST VICE! NO E RA COST has always been a feature with George and the boys at his Chevron Station. This added service, especially in the winter time accounts for the large number of satisfied customers. When you bring your car to our station for a com- plete service we give you "added service" hy clean- ing the floor of all dirt and grime. We Like To Do It -- and Know Our Customers Appreciate It If You Are Not Already A ( hevron Customer, Try Our Service and You Too Will Be Added To Our Large List of Satisfied Accounts "It's That ADDED Service" SLICED Whole or Half Morrell's Pride or Gibson Tendered Ducks- Geese Order Early -- Ready for Oven Colored HENS for Roasting, lb .... ~ PORK ROASTS, center cuts, lb .... Short Ribs of Beef, lb ............ ~~ BACON, ends & pieces, lb , ........ ~ ILl LAMB STEW, 2 lb .............. Fresh SIDE PORK, tb ..... . ....... PORK STEAK, lb ................ CANDY AMERICA'S MOST VERSATILE DANCE BAND! from going to Glenw~-,& Bickle- ton has over 12 inches of snow nd it is still snowing. Fruits- Vegetables Fresh Cranberries .... lb.26e Grapes ............. lb. 17c Cauliflower ........ lb. 14c Arizona Grapefruit . .lb. 7c Green Celery ....... lb.9c Fancy Tangerines ...lb. 9c Bananas ........... lb. 18c Illlllll II II Illl ....... GROCERIES Fig Pudding ..... 14 oz. 51c 9 per person, inc. tax I 9 to1 CHEVRON STATION Broadway at Columbus --- Go]dendale, Washington Atlas Tires--Tubes--Batteries Sweet Potatoes . 2 Vz can 21c Oregon Peas ...... 2 for 23c Early June } |