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PAGE TWO ANTLERS SHOW SUNDAY FORM Sunday form cut Odell's cake in small pieces July 22 when the lo- cal Antlers knifed the pear pickers 8-4 in a good game from local stand point. Chet Walker really bore down and didn't allow a hit or run until the 6th inning. After 11 strikeouts, he allowed six hits in the last four inn,trigs. Leading in the Antler's hitting at- tack was Gant, Pate, B. Triplet, and Verley. Earl Ackley and Don Tebbs were the only Antlers to go hitless. Bolh sides made errors: the Ant- lers 3 and Odell 6. Three of Odell's errors gave the horned boys three runs, in exchange for Odell's taking adv:mta'ge of on(, error. gob Triplett was responsible for a pretty play. In a pinch with 2 nwn on, T:ipletl pegged Mercy out al 3rd from left field and slopped an Odell rally that might have been disastrous. If the Antlers had played all sea- son like they played last Sunday, they would be on top of the heap. Exceptionally good umpiring was" furnished by Odell. Antler fans were 'onspicious by their absence. GLENW00D NIPS GOLDENDALE Glenwood visited their country cousins Sunday, June 22, and won by a score of 12 to 7. Eaton started for the Mountain Boys, and gave up 8 hits and 5 runs in 5 pIus innings. The veteran Darnell took over and struck out the side, and finished the game allowing 2 hits and 2 runs. Jack Loften worked 5 plus innings allowing 8 hits and 9 runs. Dan Spencer relieved Loften and gave up 8 hits and 3 runs. Rudd of Glen- wood had a field day, 4 for 5 trips, 2 singles, a double and a trille. Darnell had a home run. "Godendale AB R h ,Lawson, Lf 4. 0 I Crocker, Cf 5 0 0 Spalding, I 5 l 2 Schilling, c 5 2 2 Smith, 2 4. I 1 Spencer, 3 & p 5 I 1 Overly, ss 4 2 1 Jackson, rf 4 0 0 Loftin, p & 3 4 0 2 Gienwood AB R H K Wellenbrock, cf 5 2 I Aleck c 5 1 2 Farley, 1 5 2 2 Darnell, ss & p 4 3 2 Chapman, 3 3 2 2 Bolt, rf & ss 3 1 0 Rudd, 2 5 0 4 C. Wellenbrock If 5 0 0 Eaton, p 2 1 2 Hoodenpyle, rf 3 0 1 -- : UN ?dr -- Subscription paid Up T Do it hoWl i I 3698 AL ROSEVEAR PLUMBING  HEATING White Salmon, Wash. I ESTES JUNIORS WALLOP ODELL Under sponsorship of Estes In- surance agency, White Salmon's 13 to 15 year old junior sluggers took Odell last Friday night by a 7 to 3 score. Highlights of the game were a home run by D. Stephenson, and a sweet triple play by Odell's pit- cher. Self appraisal by White Sal- mon permits this quotation: "Both sides was fair but could stand im- provements." Tonight at 5:30 p.m., Hood River will pay the bridge toll for the pleas.. ure of beating White Salmon on their home field. No admission. -- "0 SIlN 30 -- WANT SEA BAGS MT. ADAMS SUN, BINGEN, WASHINGTON FOR PLAY KITS HALF MEN 00,ow - Mike ttazza:d of Skamania spent HALF WOMEN the week end with Donnie (;uy Lar. sen. Richard Stralton was hem2 over the weekend. Mrs. Al,er Cox enter- It's a bit perplexing to know how rained her parenls from Portland. to hyphenate the situation, but ru- i The Husum Sunday school picnicked rr.or has it that the soft ball season fat Peterson Prairie. will wind up with a double header. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Smith have Tie winning women's team will p:ay the losing men's team, while tv:o other teams composed of both men and women will play each oth- er. Our informant, stuttered as he explained it. :tO 9UN 30 STATE DIRECTOR PAYS NITE VISIT As the presses stared to roll last Thursday night, Harley Robertson state director of health and physical education, accompanied by Super- intendent Hayes Holman, paid a night visit to the Sun. The two men had been attending a recreational council meeting where Mr. Robertson was much impressed by the energy and vision of Hank Williams, director. "Every man with a recreational turn should conv'ey his enthusiasm to his own children first," lfr. Rob- ertson said. "When organized sports house guests from Santa Ana,' Calif- ornia. Dick Smith is assigned to the USS Lenawee after several weeks in Japan The Les Dickersons and George Dodsons went to Ridgefield Sunday, and Miss Ella Dickerson to Klickitat. Pomona Grange meets in Glen- wood Saturday night. The Bingen Circle picnicked Thursday at N.W. Lake. The Obed Playles and Wayne Carlocks tucked their feet under the table of Mrs. Opal Grunke Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Smith took Flip on a series of sidetrips in honor of his sixth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Headman are California bound. The Clarence Johnsons, Larry Moxleys, and Mr.. Pedro Robbins went to Long Beach. Those inseparable F. Wallaces, banes, and Willis Gross'es watched tbe cranberry weedtrlg at Long Beach. Mesdames Carl Twidwell and W. T. Sperry are mountaineering with their girls. Tim Bud Yarnells gave a potluck For lhe benefit of landlubbers, lose their appeal, start another pro- ..... supper before the Horseman's dance sea bags aren't water witches or jeer Get many people invowea. Tap," .... ' ....... iTne Mountain Jennies will play "t sailor's sweethearls. They're can- per'onal hooey SKillS Ior commun-  ' vas sacks which s;rilors use for .. ' " " th r "" r r is lthe dance tomorrow night The Art sty get loge e s. zou p ogram , ( " , suitcases. Nearly every old salt has on the right tracK" ,, t aroners ..... and Dude IIoldens were one tucked away someplace, and " ".) ,' "m seen dining and dancing in The recreation director Hank Williams ..... I Dalles. rN Tg__V fir ] The Claude Sturdevants were at wants to put several to use now. &w,,I .LJ-.,.J j. J.L.- the Washington beaches. Lt. and The idea is to make up recreation I Mrs. Frank Heyl attended the Rob- kits (bats, balls, etc.)for picnickers r}flN T THEY to check out like library books. One ertson - Dunlap wedding. Ronnie k:it is available now at the recrea.' .......... Henkle was three, and had a merry- go-round cake and sixteen guests Three men who ought to know last to help celebrate. tion headquarters, upstairs in the Odd Fellows building. Additional sets will be on loan as soon as bags are donated to contain the equip. ment. GOLDENDALE COMING UP Sunday next, Goldendale comes to W. S. with 2:30 game-time blood in their eyes. The Antler club has an impression that the boys from the wheatfields are tough to beat and never a pushover. One way of putting it is that the Antlers bring out Goldendale's best ball. Friendly rivalry makes a good game, no jaw-to-jaw compliments to water down the sport. Our prediction (we'll be out of town this weekend): Goldendale. The County Seat is still smarting from the spanking Glenwood admin- istered last Sunday. That brings us to look again in our horsehide ball. Glenwood will be feeling its oats when they play here Sunday, August 5, at 10 a.m. -- 30 SUN 30 -- Fish Count Chinook Stee!h'd July 11 776 1883 July 12 711 1790 July 13 736 2515 July 14 745 2840 iluly 15 488 2565 July 16 290 1528 July 17 445 3474 July 18 635 4272 July 19 476 2853 July 20 381 2839 July 21 417 2693 July 22 535 3444 July 23 474 4141 July 24 252 3100 week debated the following quest. ion: do or don't rainbow trout re. )reduce in a non-streamfed lake? Adolph Schmid, Trout Lake claims hat they do. "Placid Lake hasn't been planted since 1948. Although the lake has no contribuary stream, there are young fish here.' Norman Bargabus confessed that he only cougar one, but saw a large number swimming 20 feet below the surface. Donald Gasaway admits there may be a peculiar underground in- let which makes rain.bow reproduc- tion possivle at Placid, but believes natural rainbow increase in such waters is a biological unlikelihood. "Eastern Brook, on the other will spawn in the shallow edges of such a lake, provided the wind whiles the water su:icen.tlly to aerate the eggs". 30 S U i 30 F00iball Scehdule September 15  Jamboree September 21  Kalama here. September 28 -- Evergreen here October -- 5 at Stevenson October 12  bye October 19 -- Woodland here. October 26 -- at Washougal November 2 -- bye Novembe 12 -- at Goldendale. November 16  at Castle Rock.  30 SUN  Schedule Set Up For Softball The remaining schedule is: July 27 -- Bingen Blazers vs May- son. July 30 -- SDS vs Central Food. Mrs. Mary Rayburn entertained the Pinochle Club Tuesday. The 88 Club met with Mrs. Margaret Lemley. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rob- hins flew to Pendleton Saturday to an Elks picnic. The Lanais Cole. :roans entertained at home and were entertained in Portland last week. Th Mark vlcat'ghlints have bought a new home in Grants Pass and will move about August 10. A man named Smith didn't drop dead in Bingen. The Atba Bartholomews and a friend dug 72 clams in 16 min- utes. Joe Perry and Aubury Houston are managing the Underwood Service station. Mr. G. M. would have mar. ried Hans Berge's sister if he hadn't been married already. Max Walthe('s brother Nlbert, Boise, and sister, Miss Lanie Wal- thers, San Francisco, have been vis- iting her. Edna Triplett is put out Announcing -- THE APPOINTMENT OF BINGEN TEXACO SERVICE AS LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES FOR MALL CHAIN ,SAWS SALES & SERVICE COMPLETE LINE OF PARTS AND REPAIRS FOR ALL MALL CHAIN SAWS BINGEN TEXACO SERVICE PHONE 4262 HARRIS & I I I111 I ADAMS FRIDAY, JULY 2% 195. with the Sun. She's in the WAAFS not the WACS. "30" in a newspaper signifies the end. :o SUN 3O -- -,, 0 V. N. ELLSON Underwood, Wushlngtou ROCK WOOL INSULATION AND WEATHER STRIPPING PHONE 3790 REACH ,o, a RELAX .. /t YAKIMA SICKS' SPOKANg BREWERY, INC. HUFF BROS. 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