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i~ ! i ! !!~ i I ! rl IN NATIONALS -- -SUNDAY MIXED LEAGUE - 3-24-74 W L 3-26-74 A single game against theFriday in a single game, and signs. If we could get Kenny games the Huskies have TPTP 34 18 Guenther-Lee 32 rival Connell Eagles will be the thenbeidle until Apr. 13 when Mohs back by the time theproduced four homers, two Two Othello wrestlers bare- Lujanisthe only wrestler to Miracles 33 19 Brunswick Tavern 28 2Plus2 30 22 LampeJewelers 27 only action of the next nine they take to the road for the league starts and continue to triples and 10 doubles. Lead- ly missed gaining places last have beaten Bliss this season, Scroops 26 26 LuckyLager 28 days for Coach Daryl Preunin- first time in a pair of games at get improvement from the ing the Huskies at the plate weekend as they competed in having also stopped him by Night Owls 25 27 CimarronMotel 24 get s Othello Huskies as they Waila Walla against DeSales. other pitchers, we could be a have been Mike Grow, six for the National U.S. wrestling onepointat the state freestyle B&B 23 29 FarwestFoods 211h get a chance 'to catch their , Need practice real solid team," the coach 10; Joe Cerrillo, seven for 16; Federation Freestyle tourna- in Ellensburg earlier this year. You'uns 20 32 McLeansHardware 17 breath" after a busy 'We're looking forward to noted. Tater Bustamante, six for 19; lent in Fort Collins, Colo. Lujan went on to finish third in Accidents 17 35 Dart-Land 161h High team series, Miracles, 2297; high teamseries, season-opening flurry that left the next week for a chance to Pitching lmproves and George Colley, five for Going against the nations the 143-pound weight, withhigh team game, Accidents, 800; Tavern, 2978; high them with a 4-2 record, get some good practice in,' He expalined that he was seven, best, both Scott Bliss and Nell Keononin, who holds AAA high individual series, R. Pegram, Brunswick Tavern, The Huskies bombed their Preuninger said. "It seems especially pleased by the pit- Catching Help Gilbert, Othello juniors, stay- high school, freestyle and 551 and S. Bunch, 488 ; high individual series, ) individual game. L. Widman, 228 and Vloedt, 561; high inc way to a 15-3 five-inninglike we have either been chingofjuniorsPaulStephens The coach also expressed ed in the competition for three Grecro-Roman state titles in N. Betz, 179; bowler of the week, M. Tim Pegram, 214; I victory over Royal last Thurs- playing games or it has been and Kevin Stickel againstpleasure with the help re- days before finally beingOregon, taking first, despite Krupa, 612 and S. Bunch, 629. week, Henry Currin, dayandthen got a split against raining, and we just haven t Highland on Monday. ceived from the team's young eliminated Saturday morning his Thursday loss to Bliss ************* *********, Highland of Yakima here been able to get onto the"In the earlier games ourcatchers in Monday's game. in the semi-finals. Gilbert, competing at 123, 3-25-74EARLYBRIDLEAGUEw L 3-26-74OUTLERLIMITS Monday. The local" squad practice field. Under the cir- pitching had just been able to With Grow sidelined with anBliss tied the Illinois state started the tournament with a OthelloBowl 321/2 151/2 VFW dropped the opener 4-1, but cumstances, I'm pleased with hold on. tIowever, Monday arm injury he suffered last champion6-6 in his first match 10-1 decision over the Utah FreddiesRestaurant 31 17 Akins bounced back with a convin- our progress so far." they showed signs of beingThursday, sophomore Tim and then beat Paul Keononin entrant Thursday and thenOthelloIronWorks 26 22 Cabana Motel Basin Excavation 26 22 Central Life cing 8-2 win in the second The coach said he feels both able to throw hard and get the Oase caught the first nine of Oregon 7-5 in his second pinned a Wyoming wrestler in Empire Seed 22 26 Sargents game. the defense and pitching have strike out when we needed it. innings of action Monday and match. 1:55 of his second match. On Model Laundry21 27 New Holland Preuninger's charges willbeen getting stronger with the Preuninger said he was also then was forced to give way to Friday he beat a wrestlerFriday he drew a bye, but then Hostetter Ford 17 31 Eddies continue their long season- hitting showing well for this p)eased with the Huskie freshman Dennis DeLoach due from Wyoming 16-1, and a lost to a Michigan wrestler 4-0. LampeJewelers161/2321h Kelleys High team series, BasinExcava-High team series, opening home stand by early in the season, hitting, especially the power to a bad back. Utah entrant 9-4, but then Saturday he was eliminatedtion, 2981; high team game, Lampe high team game, hosting the Eagles here 'There are a lot of good shown to date. In their sixHighland got the first stolen Saturday morning was stop- after losing 4-3 to an Illinois Jewelers, 1020; high individual individual series, base of the year against the ped 9-1 by Henry Lujan of ~ntrant who went on to place series, Carol Ditty, 561; high high individual game, Huskies DeLoach in the Tumwater and eliminated, second, individualgame, EddieSturges. 216; 210; bowler of the bowler of the week, Eddie Sturges, Duncan, 638. second game. The Huskies 640. ************* :i have meanwhile picked up 22 ************* thefts of their own to date. EAGLESMIXEDLEAGUE 3-27-74 Stephens (0-1) will probably 3-25-74 W L Misfits 3llh Hopefuls 31 17 Royal Chicks 28 get the starting call for the Spud-Niks 29 19 TryingTrio 26 Huskies Friday against the I1 Elbow-Benders 25 23 Underdogs 26 Hit and Miss 24 lh 231/2Hot Mama's 2lib Eagles, with sophomore Mark "T" Birds 24 24 Three Stooges 211/I Mohs, who threw well in his Stinkers 23 25 PinPals 191/I first outing against Highland, Coach Gene Boyd's Othello Darrell Jobin 37; Bruce Gassers 221/2 251/2Holy Rollers 18 expected to get the relief call if Huskie golfers got their league Tescott 45, Hicks 40; and Ruth Raincats 13 35 High team serms, Hot needed, season off the a successful 43, Greg Lovins 40. High team series, Hopefuls, 2330;1629; high team game, Hot high team game, "T" Birds, 834; high 568; high individual serie Records for other Huskie start Friday as they breezed The Huskie golfers will now individualseries, MarionDeeter, 483 Rea, 482; high indlvid$ pitchers to date are Stickel, over Coulee City 10-0 in action be idle until after next week's and Howard Schindler, 522; high Charlotte Robinson, :67; ! 1-1; and Kenny Pecka, Paul at the Othello Golf and spring vacation, individual game, Bonnie Floyd, 173 the week Cynde Rel, 6~t Logan and George Colley, all Country Club. and Dick Deeter, 198; bowler of the '************* The victory came after theJVs Reverse Wigen,week' Gene Beehler, 620 and Dave621. 32774MIDWEEK L| AGL. 1-0. ErrorsHurt golfers had been stopped ************* Earlsh&W In Mondays doubleheader, 9V2-'h by Moses Lake in aEarBer Loss BUSINESSMEN LEAGUE SprouseReitz which had been postponed practice match on Thursday. 3-28-74 w L Ernies American from Saturday by rain, theMitch Buck fired an even- OKTire 34 14 Jack's Bargain Barn Huskies ran into trouble with par 35 round in the nine-hole T0 Co~g~r$ FullCircle2 271/z 20Vz PotterDrug Hammers 27 21 Mercer Realty event against Coulee City to " FullCircle 1 24 24 AkinsFood Center poor defensive play in the first pace the strong Huskie effort, Revenge was sweet here Ke[leysGrocery 23 25 game. Farwest Foods They let Highland have twoas all five squad members last Friday night for Coach Gfl Sun Royal 221/2 251/2High team series Flrwa unearned runs in the fourth came through with two-point Johnson's Huskie JVs as they YargersMarket 20 28 2843; high team 'g," me,. Simplot 14 34 Foods, 1018" high indivmtt and two more on a homer insweeps over their apponents, rallied for four runs in the final High team series, Yargers Mar- Eileen Booker, 507; tigh! the seventh and that was all Medal scores in the matches two innings to pull out a 4-3 ket, 2960; high team game, Sun game, Eileen Booker, 1~8;I Royal, 1055; high individual series, the week, Eileen Booker, the visiting pitcher needed as with Huskies listed first were victoryover the Warden Jack Thomas, 574; high individual ************* Buck 35, Doug Tannehurg 49;varsity, game, Jack Thomas, 215; bowler of MAJORTRIOLEAG . he stopped the Huskies on just John Erickson 38, Bill Davis The Pups, who had been the week, Jack Thomas, 652. 3-27-74 ~. HEADED FOR HOME - Teammates crowd around homeplate to congratulate Kevin three hits. Stickei after the Huskie had homered deep over the centerfield fence in the second game Stephens, who worked the 48; Brian Trescott 41, Russ soundly trounced 11-3 just a ************* Lockwood 48# -- against Highland here Monday. first five innings, fanned nine Thompson 58; Mike Ruth 44,week earlier by the Cougars, EARLY BRID MIXERS LEAGUE 3-29-74 W L Atkhn~lo BowI ~ anddidntwalkaman. Hestill Rusty Laurent 54; and Brent were credited with an out- TheHaHa's 35 21 Taggarea 341/I piker$ B }at P0me| Lose hasn't givenupanearnedrun Trescott42, Scott Larsen 56. standing gamebyJohnson. TheDemons 34 22 MutualofOmaha 31 ! in nine innings of work this In a practice match Frank Trailing 2-0 going into the Rocky Rollers 32 24 I season. Erickson had a 47 to beat Carla bottom of the sixth, the Pups Hit and Miss 31 25 HAkl~Ss Fields Oh Oh 30 26 Evergreen 23 Bats Go to Work Deane with 69. , tied it as Craig Stickel and GetyUpGo 241/2311/2 High team series, 0th~ [0 C0lllle [; Lak{[} lexi The secondcontestwasa In Thursdays practice Alan Sandar both walked,FourofaKind 21 35 2450; high team game, i~ completely different story as' match at Moses Lake Brent pulled off a double steal and TheFourJ's 161/z39Vz681; high individual se,r]h the Huskies scored in every Trescott, playing in the No. 5 then came home on a passed High team series, Oh Oh, 2330; Widman, 830; high indiVl~ high team game, Hit and Miss, 816; Allen Floyd, 246; bowlerOl~ inning but one and broke loose position accounted for the half ball. high individual series, Dennis AI Floyd, 860. , ! Improved season efforts for probably came from state and Moulton (0). (133-1) .... with a 10-hit attack. Colley, point as he lost medal with a 42 Warden went back in front Hammer 541 and Jessie Bauman,, ************ rllgn Jump lvlc~mmy ~rJ several individuals was the veteran Kurt Garner. The . ", ~. .-n, ! ...... , playing in the outfield for the to the Chiefs' Tracy at 41, but 3-2 in the top of the seventh, 486; high individual game, BillRoss, HOUSEWIVES L!i:A~ .... woouey ~u) ann r~uson ~u~. ~a-ap week, Katherine Edson, 618 and Crazy Ladies hlghhght at Connell lastsemor got off his best longLon "urn arnerWelderfirst time, was the hitting star tied in match play. Otherbut Allen Nield s single and a 210andPamPage, 171; bolwer of the 3-28-74 i " g j p - G (0). Fmday for the Othello Husk e jump of the season at 20 feet (P) and Long (P). (20-21/z) of the game with a homer,scores with Othello golfers pair of errors produced two R.W. Hilmes, 623. Alley Burners tricksters as they were 2x/~ inches, but was st!ll beaten ..... T~b ~ ~-~. M~Kialey (p), double, single and walk in fcLur listed first were Buck 43, Kelly runs off reliever Mike Suko, ************* Hell Fighters n 11 ut Garner (0) and Woolley (O) (40 2) beaten 98-46 by Con e , bout there by Connells Lowen" I v 1 ....... , -.strips. ,~ McGrotha 40; J. Erickson 42, who had stopped them cold a - BALL AND CHAIN LEAGUE~.HetSt~ikes~.,- . week earlier. 3-29-74 W L Tumbleweeds "~ ~ wit~ -n ~560 .... roe aut-aonnson(oLrlerDert Stickel, who struck out nine MU$#Q~$ #O Open Jeff McLean worked the WildBunch 31 25 came tnrougn n a o at ~u .... " " (0) and Moulton (0). (8-6) Avengers 311h 241h HitandMrs win over romeroy m a trmn- Garner won the 220 against High hurdles- Kelly (0(, Beus (0) and walked just two in six Bowlerros .J gular event. , both teams with a 248 and nolland(O).(16.3) innings, also helped out his ~h Wurden loduy first four innings for the Pups, Tumbleweeds 291/2261hSandbaggers !~ Coach GlennWeitT~charges, clocking and also had a pair of .^95-yardd. ash - Edson, (O), Herbert cause with a long blast over with Paul Logan getting theOdd Couples 28 28 ........ ' ..... Iu) ano L)ICKSOn iUL ~lU.~ M&M's 26, 30 MERCHANT ,EA~ wno now nave a z-~ oua~.,mee~ seconos intne t_mpm jump. Mile relay - Othello (Peterson, the centerfield fence in theThe McFarland Mustang victory in relief. Outlaws 27 29 ............. The Pups will see their next Ma and Pa 26 30 3-28-74 ~ recoro ior tne season wm etJunmr Gar Feterso B s g " y n was eu , Burton and Edson). (3:50.4) second, baseball squad is scheduled to action when they host Connell PinBenders 25 31 Rec Hall 3 another chance against the the biggest point-getter as he 440-yard dash - Edson (O), Easy Victory open its season today after High team series, Wild Bunch,Eagles ~q~ "lVlOSeS ~aK-- "e w~'hiefs in their posteaaz:uv.z-twoseconoso~......... WoolleY(564)" ~O) and Blackburn (0) Against Royal last Thurs-having a Connell game post- this Friday at 3:30 p.m. and 2366; high team game, Wild Bunch, ErniesAmoco only action of. the .commghis best - in his half mile 880-yard run - Peterson (0),day, the Huskies turned the poned and then cancelled then have a two-week break.816; high individual series, Warren Broadway Lumber .ik week. The Huskies wdl be at specialty. Walders (P) and Wolf (P). (2:09.2) game into a rout against the during the last week. Friday: R H E Strider, 523 and Marion Deeter, MelsPlumbing Warden 100 100 1 - 3 10 3 508; high individual game, Warren PeckaRealty ~'1 I o~ hurdl( s Kelly (P) Byers (P) Moses Lake for a dual meet He also doubled for the first , '" ) , young Knights with the The Mustang team will host Othello 000 002 2 - 4 3 3 Strider, 203 and Marion Deeter, EmpireSeed thi'~, Friday. They were beaten time this season with a strong and.~'~iilt~l',,t21~, ~,,,m ~,,o~o, contest called after just five Warden this Thursday at 4 Cabalaro, Jones (4), Suko (6)and 190; bowlers of the week, Warren '~v the Chiefs in an earlier 4:54.9 mile also good for first IO) an(t Bro~'~ 11"?).'(~0:5"8'.5~ ...... innings on the 10-run rule. p.m. at Lions park. Yamane. McLean, Logan (5) and Strader, 628andMarionDeeter,619. ,~-ason-opening triangular places against both opponents. 200-yarddash Garner (O), Luerk Pecka let Royal jump in DeLoach, Schoel (5). front 3-0 in the first inning on a shakey start, but then got stronger as the game went on. ,:,'ent which alsoincludedThe Huskie junior finished off (P) and Faire~ ~()L (24.8) 440-yard re,lay Pomeroy. (47.7) ~phrata. his day by running a leg on the Mih,run Peti,rson (O), Worth (P) Last Friday Connell came mile relay team which had a and Dolezel t()). t4:54.9) through with a virtual sweep solid 3:50.4 good for two more ************* of the field events and also firsts. CONNELL98-OTHELLO46 Shot put - Kinion (C), Koehler (C) showed well in the running Making his first appearance and Odom {C). (42-8) events to score its big victory of the season, junior Dan Discus - Odom {C), Kinion (C) and over the Huskies. Edson won the 440 with a 56.4, Keghen (C). (145-4) Huskie sweeps in the pole and anchored the mile relay Javelin - Mackey (C), Kinion (C) and Tindell (O). (195-4) Meanwhile the Huskies erupt- ed for seven runs on five stright hits in the second and then added another seven run inning in the fourth with the help of Royal errors. vault, 100-yard dash and 440 team. High jump - Hansen (C) and (tie) Thursday: R H E were the highlight of the OTHELLO 85 - POMEROY 50 Woolley {O), Gibson (C) and Stovera Reval 30000- 3 85 Pomeroy victory for Othello. Shot put - Johnson (0), Dellinger (C). (5-2) Top Individuals {0) and Neble {P). (39) Long jump~ Lowen (C), Garner (0) Discus - McKinley (P), I,ampe (0) and Mata (C). {20-8) The best individual showing and Neble (P). (116-6) Triple jump-McGuffin (C), Garner of the day for the Huskies Javelin - Brown (P), Tindell (0) (0) and Mackey (C). (37-6) Pole vault - McCary (C), Barrow (C) and Wegnar (C). (9-0) High hurdles - Didier (C), Hansen (C) and Beus {O). (16.3) 100-yard dash - McCary (C), Cook (C) and Even (C). (10.3) Mile run - Peterson (0), Dolezel Othello 071 7x - 15 11 2 R. Leitz, Christensen (4) and llawksley. Pecka, Colley (4) and Grow, Oase (2). OTHELLO HITS: singles - McLean, Pecka 2, Sarles, Oase, Grow and Vein; doubles - Bustamante, Stephens, B Jones and Shields. Monday ilst]:R H E juniors Chris Bus and Carol Highland 000 200 2 - 4 6 3 Yenny in girls' doubles and the Othello 000 000 1 - 1 3 4 mixed doubles team of Chris Trailer Sales 1, Grand Couieel Call Collect _. TWO MORE WEEKS OF BIG SPRING SHOWING!!! FREE COFFEE & COOKIES!l! Greatest selection at M & M This is where you get the largest choiceH! Quick delivery ...... We're getting in more used trade-ins... 10-12 & 14 widdes .... The Othello Huskie tennis Girls' singles - Debbie Best (R) d. Nancy Pershall, 6-4, 7-5; Becky Huss team lost 6-4 to Royal in its IR) d. GIoria Carlson, 8-3; Ellen Leitz season-opening match here (R) d. Heather McDonald, 8-6. last Thursday. The squad had Boys' doubles - Brad Adams and been scheduled to open David Huff (O) d. Brammeier and Christensen, 8-4. against Ritzville in a rained- Girls' doubles - Chris Bus and out match on Mar. 25. Carol Yenney (O) d. Carol David and Getting the match points for Nicki LaBlanc, 6-1, 6-2; Carol Carter Othello were Randy Fukukai, and Kim Carter (R) d. Reba Weems and Cheryl Moser, 8-2. the freshman doubles team of Mixed doubles - Bus and Huff (O) Brad Adams and David Huff, d. Norton Stakkeland and Gould, 8-3. Farmer's Electric of Othello is Pleased to Have Been Selected to Do The Electrical Work on The Beautiful New (0) and Gibson (C). {4:54.9) 440-yard dash - Edson {0), Hilmes {C) and Koehler (C). (56.4) 880-yard run - Peterson(0),singles - Bustamante 2; doubles -boys' player for the Huskies, McDuffin (C), Wheatcroft (C). Cerrillo. missedlast Thursday's match. (2:09.2) ************* The next match will be Low hurdles- Didier (C), Beus (0) and Hansen {C). (21.3) Two-mile run- Dolezel {0), Cox (C) and Blackburn {O). (11:04.1) 200-yard dash- Garner (O), Lowen (C) and McCary {C). (24.8) 440-yard relay - Connell. {47.8) Mile relay - Othello (Peterson, Edson, Beus and Burton). {3:50.4) Groenig, Lawrence (6) and Mon- Bosand Huff. roe, Tjornberg {6). Stephens, Colley (6) and Oase. OTHELLO HITS: , Junior Gil Barrie, No. 2 Monday {2ndl: R H E Highland 000 200 0 - 2 4 4 another non-leaguecontest Othello 122 102 x - 8 10 1 here against Connell this Hakala, Field (5) and Monroe,Friday at 3:30 p.m. Tjornberg (6). K. Stickel, M. Mohs (7) and Oase, DeLoachlu~. ROYALG-OTHELLO4 othello hits: singles- Vein, DeLoach, Boys' singles - Randy Fukukai (O) Bustamante 2, Cerrillo and Colley; d. John Brammeier. 8-3; Joe doubles - Cerrillo and Colley; home Christensen (R) d. Frank Mann, 9-7; runs - Colley and K. StickeL Evan Gould {R) d. Ned Smith, 9-7. 60 E. Hemlock Building Addition. Othello wrestlers came through with three firsts, three seconds and two thirds and qualified 11 for the North- west Regional meet in July in competition last weekend. The Othello Wrestling Club members were competing in the Inland Empire AAU Freestyle Wrestling Chum- pionships held at University High School in Spokane. All six champions and Gymkhana Is Set Tonight "More Than Play" be the theme here tonight when the McFarland Junior High 1974 physical education gymkhana is presented at 7:30 p.m. in the school gymnasium. Physical education instruc- tor Paul Abrath reported this year's program will include boys' calesthenics, tumbling, trampolining, basketball, Wrestling, girls' musical cales- thenics, skipping rope and square, folk and lindy dancing. There will be no admission charge, but donations are being asked to help pay for equipment/ Slow Pitch Meet An organizational meeting for the Othello women's slow pitch league is scheduled for this Monday, Apr. 8 at 8 p.m. at Ear]'s A&W. All women interested in playb~ in the league this sea,on are urged to attend runners up came in the junior division for 13 and 14-year- old competitors. Craig Her- bert came through with five pins to claim the 170-pound title, while Donnie Schlagel was getting two pins and three decisions for the championship at 100 pounds. Randy Britt had two pins and a decision to win at 85 pounds. Gaining the silver medals were Dallas Sphar at 155, who got two pins and a decision, but lost a decision to the champion. Michael Williams at 119 had three pins, two decisions and lost a decision to the champ; while Dave Gomez at 105 had a pin, two decsisions and lost a decision to the champ. Scott Bailey had a third in the junior division at 100 as he won two decisions, but lost a decision to Schlagel. Andy Lampe was the only senior division placer as he lost by two pins at heavyweight for his third place. Getting four places and also qualifying for the regional were John Bliss, senior 165; Mike Black, junior 90; and Kevin Roberts, junior 119. Also participating from the local club were Terry Poe, junior 126; Ricky Zavaleta, junior 126; and Ruben Mar- tinez, junior 112. The local club will have a group participating in a tournament at Granger" on Apr. 13, and then host the Othello Kids Wrestling Invi- tational here on Apr. 20. 42 ~h. The leaders will face Peo- ples in their final match in the shotgun start at 9:30 a.m., with just a 10 point total needed to put them out of reach of the rest of the contenders and clinch the title. Para Brothers and WWP will meet in another key match, with General Potato and Potter apparently battling to decide sixth place. Doug Buck continued to show his heels to the field in the low gross competition with a three-week total of 215. Del Holmes is far back in second with 242, followed by Jim Way at 247 and Orland Favaro at 249. Dr. Ernie Dorow took over low net honors from Russ Johnson with a 196. Johnson is second at 199, followed by Duane Pedersen at 213 and Rod Powell at 216. Defending champion Roloff Farms came through with another big victory in Wind- breaker League play at the Othello Golf and Country Club Sunday as it extended its lead in first place. The leaders scored a 15 V~-10 decision over General. Potato and now have a 7V~ point margin over second place Para Brothers in the league chase. The Para team moved into second with a 14-11 Vz win over Potter Drug, while Peoples Bank was dropping to third with a 12-9Vz loss to Washing- ton Water Power. Going into the final weekend of play Roloff Farms leads with 57 points with Para Brothers second with 49V~. Peoples in third at 46, with WWP just a half point behind in fourth. General Potato is a close fifth at 43V~ with Potters just one more point back at Individual match scores last Sunday follow: ROLOFF FARMS 15V~ - Bud Mowery 3, Doug Buck 3, Joe Buck 2V~, Jim Way 2V~, Spike Spigner 2V~, Ernie Dorow 2; GENERAL PO- TATO 10 - Russ Johnson 3, Harry Sargent 2V~, Run Hardt 2Vz, Jeff Olson 1, Gil Johnson V~, Denny Diaz Vz. PARA BROTHERS 14 Tom Para 3, Kirby Billington 3, George Huff 3, John Para 2, Tom Ferguson 1V~, Steve Conners 1V,; POTTER DRUG 11V~ - Duane Pedersen 3, Jim Moore 2V~, Elwood Guenther 2, Del Lampe 1~/~, Bill Trescott 1V~, John Postas 1. WWP 12- Fred Pease 3, Ted Smith 3, Del Holmes 2, Harmon Baxter 2, Norm Eilert 2; PEOPLES 9 - Dave De- Loach 3, Rod Powell 3, Mark Lawrence 1, Phil Yenney 1 Lew Colburn 1.