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8 The BALLARD NEWS TRIBUNE Wednesday, May 6, 1964 Should be priced at s37s and looks like a lot morel' O O ): -- BALLARD STORE Prices effective THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATU F60 STEAM & IRON ii !! ~i:~ : i! ~i!i ? This is Your Last Chance to Recjister for Valuable Grand Re.Open~ncj Prizes: $250 Diamond Pendant, S75 Men's, Ladies' gulova Watches. REGISTRATIONS CLOSE THIS SATURDAY. CRlU SU. 3 Left to right: Bob Henning, Track Coach; John Beahm, Assistant; Don Burnett, Golf; Norland King, Baseball Coach; Donn Higley, Assistant. Joe Cromarty, Ten- nis Coach, was camera-shy. --Photo by Johonson Notice Regular teams will be forming for the next two weeks for Boys' Club indoor baseball, which will !be scheduled for play every Mon-] [day and Thursday. Choose-up! By LARRY DANBERG teams are now getting together Ballard's baseball team seems jump and mile relay where they for practice. to have found the right combina- tion. The return of Bob Biehl aided the Beavers as they downed I Shorecrest 8-3. Gary Seefried and Mike Taylor held the big sticks for Ballard with Seefried getting :two triples and two singles in [four trips and Taylor having a home run and a single. Biehl cut down nine Scots on strikes. In a previous game the big stickers topped Terrace 5-4 in eight innings as Gary Olson blasted a two run homer with two out and the Beavers trailing -~ = -, -- ,- . : ; 4-3. Olson who leads the Beav, ~ ~ ~ ~ *~ J~ ~ I ers with a .378 average also placed second and third. How- . I ever two 1963 records set by the A recent study at the Umver-i Beavers' all city championship track team were broken in the meet. The Cindermen are 3-1 for the season and will be in the all North Division meet May 8 at Edmonds Stadium. Field events will begin at 3:15 and the track events at 3: 30. The tennis team improved their season record to 3-2 in trouncing Terrace 8-1. Mark Carr, Chuck Dearing, Dave An- derson and Greg Hovander were all double match winners for Ballard. The netmen will i tl contributed two singles in the take on Edmonds at Lower COUPON ,J May 8 and RooseveltEdm ndSMay 5. WoodlandThe golf teamll'has been de- i game. Ballard plays May li Both games will be at the teated twice this season with I Beavers' home field and will Dave Puetz being the Beavers' i~ begin at 3:45. Itop man. They will meet Roose- [[ Ballard's Cindermen pl a cedivelt, Ingraham and Nathan Hale [ seventh in the all Metro Carni- May 11 at Jackson. I val last Friday. The Beavers'[ --------- n best efforts were inthe high t- n-aa -J a-.~.~-I. Ii j l . nonuuru Ih, UTTl= II League Underw ,iP tchnna Domnnates I I " -, I The East Ballard Little League I~ [|tt[e League P[ay ~officially got under way on Mon- l i! Pitching dominated play in the day, April 27, with opening gamei i~ liopening day games of the Westlscores as follows:I I~Ballard Little League. Even los- Eagles 5, Merchants 0; RavensI ing pitchers were striking out great numbers of batters. Paul Nerdrum, Bob Rapp mounder, fanned 14 but still lost 5-0. His teammates got only one hit off Eagle pitcher Jeff Jarvis. "Lefty" Bruce Weir turned in sity of Washington shows that 261 per cent of the men and 11 perI cent of the women students work[ a minimum of 11 hours per week. OPENS FRIDAY AT 6:45 CONTINUOUS FROM 1:45 SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Note: Due to the )onq show this weekend, be seated ~ot laner than 8:IS to see all on "THE GREAT ESCAPE." FRI SAT SUN, 2 Color Fea ures == 2= 2=- WITH THIS COUPON Cash Value 1/20 of [c. Offer expires May 29, 1964 1. CHECK ALL TUBES 2. CLEAN TUNER 3. WASH SAFETY GLASS 4. ADJUST AS NEEDED MAGNOLIA = 3656- 34th Avenue W. i COUPON SPEaAL ,i a fine pitching chore for the Bal- lard Lions and shut out Pacific 5, Zesto 4; Boosters 4, Hobos 3 (7 innings). On Thursday the Eagles again s c o r e d a shutout -- this time against the Zestos 11-0; the Mer- chants bested the Hobos 11-5; and in a 7 inning game, the Boosters beat the Ravens 3-2. Traders 5-0. Kirby Thompson Harry Faddis, president of the fanned 9 Lions in losing. Dave lEast Ballard Little League, - Floyd lost a shut-out for Loyal ipressed his appreciation to e~l Realty when an eager Batlard who have supported the League's Elk team shoved 2 runs across current fund raising drive. The in the last inning, but won 6-2. drawing for the clock radio, bi- In second round play, Loyal noculars, electric frying pan and Realty over whelmed the Lions Ispinning reel will be held Thurs- ] 18-2 Bob Rapp lost another to day, May 7th, at Loyal Heights I Pacific Traders 12-4 and the at 6:00 p.m. preceding the ball ] Eagles lost to the Elks 14-6. I games. "THE GREAT ESCAPE" s~'arring STEVE McOUEEN JAMES GARNER ~ AND-- WALT DISNEY'S "Yellowstone Cubs" NEXT WEEK--Jerry Lewis in 'Who's Mindin~j the Store' and 'Kiss of the Vampire' Shop Till 9 p. m. 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