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Shopper News April 1'7, 1968 Sammamish Valley News Page 14 -i:i - :):i:i :.: !i!i!:iiili!ii:ii! i i:;:::i :" ::ii- i: !i .  : i:  : i 'I : [ i. i New course always challenges a golfer GOLFERS TRYING OUT FRANK YOSHITAKE'S nine hole "small course" on Avondale Road Saturday found it ideal for sharpening up their game. Yoshitake has laid out a very attractive short course on the former grounds of his Sunset Nursery next to Nike Village. The course will be open daily during daylight hours. A picnic area is being developed. Yoshitake named his course Lil' Augusta after the well known national tournament course in Florida. Newport beats Mustang Runners The Newport Knights, a track power of the Kingco Conference, downed Redmond High School in a dual track meet, 93-43. The victors captured 11 first places in impressive fashion. Redmond's Mike McCurry won the mile at 4:42, Greg Peterson won the high jump at 5-10, and shot putter Dan Anderson's toss of 49' T' cap- tured first place. Redmond's winning 880 yard relay team consisted of John Lincoln, Lynn Churchill, Keith Dillon and Jack McKenna. Lincoln, Churchill, Dillon, McKenna Shot - Anderson (R), Bennett (N), Cochran (N) 49'7" Long Jump - Edmunds (N), Sundquist (N), Forrest (R) 18-10 High Jump - Peterson (R), Bird (N), Jackson (N) 5-10 Pole Vault- Hoffman Hendrickson (N), Owen 11-6 Discus - Bennett (R), Coch- ran (N), Treener (R) 150-2 Triple Jump - Edmunds (N), Doster (N), Sundquist (N) 38' 5 1/2" TOTEMS TO RUN AT RHS The Redmond High School track team will go right after one of the top teams in 'the Kingco con- ference when they host the Sammamish Totems in a dual meet. The Mustangs and Totems will match efforts Friday, April 19, with the events to start at 3:30 p.m. Next Tuesday the Mus- tangs will travel to Ingle- moor for a tri meet with Lake Washington. The meet is scheduled for 3:30 ).m. theMustangjump.pOle vaultRick withHffmanan ll'Wn- Kangs down jayvee nine In a track meet held during the vacation with Bellevue and Issaquah the host Wolverines won the triangular meet by piling up 104 points to Red- mond's 38 and Issaquah's 28. Monday' s results: 2 mile - Halverson (N), Hackler (R), Holt (N) 10:05 120 HHOO-Jackson (N), Kern (N), James (N) 16.4 100 - Ravagni (N), Dillon (R), McKenna (R) 10.5 880 - Veith (N), Richards (N), Kilgren (R). 2:04.5 440 Relay - Newport 440 - Jackson (N), .Pollard (N), Churchill (R). 53.3 180 LH - Ness (N), Lincoln (R), James (N) 21.7 220 - Ravagni (N), Dillon (R), Stephens (N) 24.0 Mile - McCurry(R), Hahauer (N), Edmunds (N) 4:42 The pitching of Marc Cham- berlain, Lake Washington' s sophomore right hander, con- tained the hitting of Coach Bruce Bath's RHS Jayvees April 11 to deal the Mustangs their second baseball loss of the season, 2-0. The Kangs outhit RHS 6-3, scoring runs in the fifth and sixth innings. Redmond' s Don Martin led the hitters with two singles in three trips. Brian Nelson, pitching seven innings for the Mustangs, gave up six hits, one earned run and struck out four Kang swingers. April 9's contest with the Bothell CougarstheMustangs outhit their oppenents 6-4 but mistakes in the field and on the bases cost them a %0 decision. LW 0000110 R H E Redmond 0 3 3 LW 2 6 0 Batteries: Nelson and Tray- is; Chamberlain, Yourkowski, McFarland Jr. highs to clash on track - The Redmond Junior High track teams will attempt to continue their winning trends Thursday, April 18, when they host their inter-district rivals, the Finn Hill Falcons and the Kirkland Panthers, in a track meet at Redmond High School at 3:30 p.m. The field events are scheduled to begin at 3. The Falcons figure to be rough opponent s as they turned in a strong performance against the South Mercer Is- landers, the league's power- house. Kirkland placed third in a meet with Canyon Park and North Mercer. Redmond's ninth, eight and seventh grade teams all post- ed victories over Issaquah with the varsity winning61-31, jayvee 70-26 and the seventh grade 84-7. Tickets ready Tuesday's Game: 0000000 to UN varsity Bothell 0 0 1 0 4 2 0 Redmond R alumni game Bothell 7 4 0 This week the Mustang J.V.'s host Newport Thursday afternoon, April 18, and trav- el to Edmonds Friday. Both games are scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m. 5 gymnasts The Jerry Lorentson Foun- dation will again serve as co- : : sponsor of the annual Uni- versity of Washington Var ........ : sitv-Alumni Sorin football game, Wheeler Grey, founds-  tion president, said last week. This year's game is set for Saturday, May 18, at 2 p.m. : in Husky Stadium. /vlile Relay - Newport 3:45 Thursday's Game: 880 Relay-Redmond 1:37.4 Redmond 0000000 to AAU matches ,,,,,e,,,...o, game sponsorship for the -- Five members of the East foundation, t non-profit or- 1968 Redmond Little League Schedule Game Time: Saturdays- 9:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday- 6:30 p.m. First Half May Sat 4 Braves - Orioles, Tigers - Giants, Cubs - Cards, Yankees - Pirates Tues '7 Tigers - Yankees Wed 8 Cubs - Braves Thur 9 Cards - Orioles Fri 10 Giants- Pirates Sat 11 Tigers - Orioles, Pirates - Braves, Cards- Yankees, Cubs - Giants Tues 14 Pirates - Cubs Wed 15 Cards - Giants Thur 16 Orioles - Yankees Fri 1'7 Braves - Tigers Sat 18 Tigers - Cards, Orioles -Pirates, Braves- Giants, Cubs - Yankees Side YMCA gymnastics team are-m California this week with their coach, Mrs. Bar- bara Broadbent, as spectators of the men's and women's Senior National AAU gymnas- tics championships April 11 through 13. Making the trip are Janet Overturf, Terry Jones, Pat Reynolds, Ann Valestreri and Chris Lentz. Mrs. Broadbent said that from this competition mem- bers of the United States Olympic gymnastics teams will be named. ganization assisting amateur athletes seriously injured in supervised competition. Pro- fits from previousgameshave gone to assist such Puget Sound area athletes as Brian Sternberg, Terry Hildebrand and Lorentson. The Varsity-Alumni game, final event of spring football practice, will match the 1968 Husky varsity against Univer- sity of Washington players from past seasons. Tickets for the game areon sale at all Universityf Wash" ington ticket outlets. Tues 21 Orioles - Giants Wed 22 Yankees - Braves Thur 23 Cubs - Tigers Fri 24 Cards - Pirates Sat 25 Giants - Yankees, Cubs - Orioles, Pirates- Tigers, Cards - Braves Second Half June Tues 4 Giants - Cubs Wed 5 Orioles - Tigers Thur 6 Braves - Pirates Fri '7 Yankees - Cards Sat 8 Braves Cubs, Yankees - Tigers, Pirates- Giants, Orioles - Cards Tues 11 Pirates - Yankees Wed 12 Orioles - Braves Thur 13 Cards - Cubs Fri 14 Giants - Tigers Sat 15 Cubs - Pirates, Giants - Card, Yankees - Orioles, Tigers- Braves Tues 18 Braves - Cards Wed 1.9 Tigers - Pirates Thur 20 Yankees - Giants Fri 21 Orioles - Cubs Sat 22 Pirates - Cards, Braves - Yankees, Tigers - Cubs, Giants - Orioles Tues 25 Cards - Tigers Wed 26 Pirates - Orioles Thur 2'7 Giants - Braves Fri 28 Yankees- Cubs Water babies her specialty MISS KATHY CAMPBELL, former part-time office girl in the Redmond City Clerk's office, has now joined the instructional staff of Olympic Swim School as one of two women swimming teachers employed by the school. Miss Campbell, anative of the Kenmore-Bothell area, is now teacher at Pins & Fins Swim Pool, which is managed by Olympic Swim School. She specializes in water babies (six months to three year olds) and tiny tots (three to five year olds), but also teaches adults and school-age children. Mustangs win baseball rivalry Redmond High School, now 2-2 in league play, and the Lake Washington Kangaroos opened a renewal of their baseball series April 11 on the Kangs' playfield and the Mustangs came out the vic- tors 8-4. Mike Martin, who heldIng- lemoor to no hits last week, received credit for his sec- ond win of the season as he held the Kang hitters to four hits while striking out eight. Martin gave up four bases on balls and two earned runs. Martin became the second hurler in two seasons to gain a victory against the Kanga- roos' superlative southpaw Craig Caskey. Caskey, now 1-1, fanned 12 Mustangs, is- sued but one walk and allowed five hits. The Kangaroo defense com- mitted six errors, and all eight Redmond runs were unearned. The Mustangs picked up three runs in their first time up as Dave Bobillot reached first on an error, David Held sing- led, Martin's dropped fly ball scored both runners and Mike then scored on John Mag- nuson's base hit. Lake Washington bounced back in the first inning to pick up two runs as Harry Jasper walked, followed by Roland Youngberg's single, and both scored as Steve Bulyca drilled a single to left field. Redmond picked up a run in the fourth inning and iced the game with four more in the fifth on one hit. The Kangs scored two runs in the sev- enth as Bechtel walked, Wynnjet's grounder was fum- bled, Jasper singled home Bechtel and Wynnjet scoredon Caskey's double. Tennis lessons slated by dept. Beginning tennis lessons will be offered this spring by the Redmond Parks and Recreation Department. The lessons, which will be held at no charge to the participants, start Monday, April 22, for junior high students. Tuesday, April 23, for elementary youngsters and Thursday, April 24 for adults. All instruction will be mixed classes. Consult the Spring Redmond Recreation Program for dates and schools,, The Mustangs (lroppeda5-3 Tuesday's game: contest to the BothellCougars AB R H RBI April 9 on the local field. Bobillot 4 0 0 0 Bothell chucker Tim Russell Warren 3 0 0 0 limited the Redmond squad to Heid 2 2 0 0 two hits. Redmond picked up Mar 3 0 2 1 runs in the first, second Bailes 2 0 0 0 and sixth innings. The game Magruder 2 1 0 1 was tied 2-2 going into the Pearce 0 0 0 0 fifth inning and then Bothell Phillips 2 0 0 0 rallied to score two runs on Marx 1 0 0 0 two hits and ice theballgame. Mug 1 0 0 0 Wood 2 0 0 0 Thursday' s game: Redmond 3 0 0 1 4 0 0 LW 2000000 R H E Redmond 8 5 3 Thursday's game: LW 4 4 6 AB R H RBI Batteries: Martin and Ma- Bobillott 4 1 0 0 gruder; Caskey and Smith Warren 4 1 0 0 Marx 3 0 0 3 Tuesday's Game: Held 4 1 2 0 Redmond 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 Martin 3 2 0 2 Bothell 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 Magnuson 4 2 2 2 R H E Nyman 0 0 0 0 Redmond 3 2 5 Hultin 2 0 0 0 Bothell 5 6 2 Bailes 1 1 0 0 Batteries: Wood, Martin and Phillips 0 0 0 0 Magruder, Pearce; Russell Erion 1 0 0 0 and Zimmerman Magruder 3 1 1 1 Mustangs to open net campaign with Vikings The Redmond High School tennis team, youthful, coura- geous and talented, hopes to open its tough Kingco cam- paign today at Inglemoor High School. The match with the Vikings is scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m. with hopes that the weatherman will cooper- ate just once. Monday's opener against the Lake Washington Kangaroos was cancelled because of showers and has been re- scheduled Thursday, April 18, on the Mustang courts at 3:30 p.m. Coach Brian Bloomberg's netters have been limited to an abbreviated practice game with O'Dea High School. Bloomberg, in explaining his ,hopes for the Mustangs to get in a match, said, "Our kids need the chance to shift into high gear. It seems as if we've never had a season of rainouts quite like this one." The Mustangs who are building for the future have lettermeu Bob Pau!n, John Plusehke" and Don Glassett back. Teammates scheduled to see action include Mick Missall, BruceBedinger, Dale Peterson, Ed Granger, Andy Lowe, Ken Watson, Larry Stephenson and Les Allen. Monday, April 22, the Mus- tangs will host the Mercer Is- land Islanders in a 3:30 p.m. match. 4H horse show- A benefit open horse show will be sponsored Sunday April 21, by the Florian 4H Club at Condon's North Shore Stables, Woodinville. It is scheduled to start at 10 a.m. Judge for all classes will Jerry Edwards. An Evergreen Zone ap- proved show, the proceeds will go toward the purchase of uniforms for the club mem- bers. WHAT DOES A TRACKMAN DO on a rainy day? He trains. Redmond Junior High School track coach Bob Martin took his varsity crew through some calisthentics in the RJHS gym. SVNews Photo HTERS TO TEST NEWPORT THURSDAY The Redmond High Mus- tangs and Newport Knights resume their leaguebase- ball season Thursday, April 18, with a 3:30 p.m. game on the Redmond Babe Ruth Field. The Knights have one of the best left handers in the league in the likesofpitch- er Bruce Keyes. Randy Watts and Roy Scimeca have been the team's lead- inghitters. Newport High recently swept threeprac- tice gameS, in two days against Selah and Highland H:igh Schools. Coach Ray Lincoln'S Knights look like strong contenders for the league's trophy. TuesdaY, April 23, the Mustangs. will entertain Bellevue m a 3:30 game. BCC honor roll-- BellevUe Community Col- lege announced the following Redmond students earned honor roll status for winter term, Ronald Henley, William C. Curry, Arthur j. Neslund, Jr., Carol L. Peterson and Linda S. plumb. Miss plumb, daughter of Postmaster and Mrs. Robert Plumb, is an employee of the SVNews. Trackmen still train PRACTICE PASSING THE BATON IS STILL required-rain or shine. RJHS trackmen train rigorously indoors or out despite the curve that the weather man has been throwing. them this spring. SVNews Photo Opening day is Sunday THIS WILL BE THE SCENE along many of Washington's lake banks as the state's fishermen take again to the waters. The season opens in most areas Sunday, April21. SVNews Photo Fishing season opens; Dept. promises catch This is the time of year when little boys are thinking about worms and eggs, their duds are tying flies and mothers everywhere are getting ready for Washington's annual spring exodus. As lowland lakes fishing season approaches once more, the State Game Department estimates some 550,000 hope- fuls will turn out for theopen-, er Sunday, April 21. . Although Washington con- tains some 8000 lakes, major pressure will be concentrated on 500 nearby waters, many within a few minutes drive of the state's metropolitan, cen- ters. In a single day, next Sunday, over 3 million trout are destined to end up in the frying pan. Natural production in these lakes could never begin to satisfy the intensified pres- sure that occurs during the first two weeks of the sea- son. Game Department hat- chery-reared trout supple- ment natural production to the tune of 31 million fish released into state waters each year. Game Department fish plan- ting trucks have been on the road since early March. By next Sunday the Department will have planted about 2 1/2 million legal size trout, most- ly seven-nine inches, in Wash- ington's major lowland lakes. The great majority of fish caught next Sunday will have originated from plants made in 1967 as three inch finger- lings last spring and fall. Fourteen million rain- bow fingerling, lfl00,000 cut- throat, 425,000 silvers and 650,000 brook trout were re- leased by the Game De- partment last year to provide the bulk of opening day catch this year. From fingerlings they have now grown to an average size of 8-10 inches, while some lakes with better natural feed than others will be producing one-year old fish of 12 inches. Almost all the waters in Washington are supported in one way or another by the hatchery program. This is reflected by the fact that an estimated 90 percent of all rainbow trout caught are oI hatchery origin. Rainbow head the list of most common trout caught and New airmail stamp May 15 in Washington, D.C., the Post Office Department will issue an Airmail Com- memorative Stamp in recog- nition of the 50th Anniversary of U.S. Airmail Service. The stamp, which repro- duces a Curtiss Jenney that carried mail on the Washing- ton-New York City run when airmail service was estab- lished May 15, 1918, will go on sale in Redmond,May 16, said Postmaster Robert Plumb. trout anglers in Washington far outnumber other fisher- men by four to one. Steel- headers are the next most abundant group of anglers while those who enjoy Wash- ington's fine spinyray fishing are next in abundance. Although the Game Depart- ment is now in its peak plant- ing schedule of legal size trout in anticipation of the April 21 rush to the lakes and streams, another fishplanting surge is already in progress. April 15 - May 15 is the period when 10-12 inch steel- head migrants are planted to move out to the fertile ocean pastures. To ensure that these young fish are not caught prematurely, many streams do not open until mid-May. Lake planting of fish con- tinues after opening day. Around the first week of May, three inch fingerlings are re- leased to provide fishing plea- sure for next year. These plants must be made after the initial fishing pressure has subsided to reduce chances of small fish being hooked, but before lake tem- peratures get too high. Babe Ruthers asked to sign All boys between the ages of 13 to- 15 that intend to play Babe Ruth baseball are to turnout Saturday, April 20, at the Redmond Babe Ruth Field directly acrossfrom Redmond High School. The turnout time is from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Turnouts will also be held the next two consecutive Sat- urdays, April 27 and May 4, on the Redmond Babe Ruth Field at the same hours. "It is very important that any boy interested attend the turnout and sign up asthe draft and the assigning to team s will take place May 5," Redmond Baseball Association' s presi- dent Bill Gifford said. The six Redmond Babe Ruth teams and their mana- gers are Lions Paw Care, Cec Beba; Rogers Oil, Dale Bosshart; Hallmark Realty, Rick Neat; Taylor Masonry, Mike Boner; Redmond Lions, Virgil Magruder, and Van's Realty, Rick Smith. Ellensburg honors- The Associated Women Stu- dents at Central Washington State College presented a- wards of scholastic excellence to 45 coeds, 17 of whom had achieved the highest grade point average in their respec- tive residence halls. Included in the latter group were Redmond freshman Joyce Woolcott and Judi Eg- bert, a junior from Woodin- ville.