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Insidn Th utd oors By LOUISE B. MARSHALL Alpine Lakes Proposals The Forest Service Management proposals for the Alpine Lakes area, lying mostly between Snoqualmle and Stevens Pass on the Cascade Crest, will be presented to the public beginning next week. To hikers, trail riders and climbers the Al- pine Lakes country is more than just another place in the Cascades. It's a roll call of old friends like Lake Dorothy, Melakwa, and Rachel; Denny Moun- tain, Lundin, and Red; Jack Creek, Gold Creek and Icicle River. It's memories of familiar places like Commonwealth Basin, Necklace Valley, La Bohn Gap. Within its 1500 square miles are more than 600 superb high mountain lakes. No other mountainous area in the nation, perhaps the world, has so many. Our Alpine Lakes country is shrinking, push- ed back by roads, timbersales, dams, super- highways, mining, and real estate and recrea- tional developments. Efforts to protect it have been going on since 1937. Various management alternatives have been Center, Seattle, and January 31 at Skykomlsh High School Gymnasium. January 18. 1973, Monitor, Monroe, WA, Page Seven Monroe Girls Beat Sultan Monroe's Bearcats wonthelrflrst board show Monroe with a 31-24 In a re-match, Man- gym at 6:30 p.m. On basketball contest of the seasonlast advantage, roe's girls varsltyand January 22 the girls Saturday and as far as coach Bill The coach clearedthebench, asall Junior varsity basket- travel to Stanwood for Bacon was concerned, "It was a members of the varsity squad got a ball squads pulled off a 6:30 p.m. tilt. superb team effort." The Cats overwhelmed fourth rated Arlington with a stingy zone to capture a 61-45 victory -- nearly 20 points below the offensive output of the Arlington squad. Bacon said it was the 2-3 zone that stymied Arlington and praised the defensive work of Jim Brtson and Craig Webster. The two back court men repeatedly stole the ball and combined for 11 assists on the offensive end of the court. Brtson led Monroe's scoring with 20 tallies. Not trying to single out any in- dividual player the coach said, "It was the best night thus far this season for the team. All the fel- lows worked together and they really clicked." The Cats swept the backboard for 42 rebounds with Rick Anderson, Dwight Benedict and Bill Stansberry each hauling down 10 each. Stansberry hit 17 buckets for the evening, 12 in the opening stanza when the Bearcats built a solid 18-12 lead. By the midwaypotnt the score- suggested. The Forest Service, at asertesof Sp rting public meetings, will attempt to familiarize Sultan o Goods people with its land use planning process and explaln its plans. They will be discussed Jan- uary 24 at Eames Theater, Pacific Science Rema/ns Undefeated With the season four weeks old, Sultan Sporting Goods remains as the lone undefeated team in Monroe Town League Basketball action. The Sultan squad maintained its clean slate with an 80-62 victory over previously unbeaten Bank of Everett. Bob Broughton led the Sporting Goods with 23 tallies while Don Keeler cashed in on 20 for the bank- ers. Boston Pizza House remained just a game behind Sultan in Division I standings with a tight 57-56 triumph over the Skins. Paul George stretch- ed the net with 19 forthepizzacrew. Trans Sales stepped into a first place knot with the Bank of Everett in Division II with a 98-77 blitz over Eastern Meat. Steve Simon led the winners with 34 points while league scoring leader Dale SchwartzmUler ripped in 41 for Eastern Meat. The Faculty claimed a win by forfeit over Lake Stevens. W L LEAGUE STANDINGS DIVISION I Sultan Sporting Goods 4 0 Boston Pizza House 3 1 Faculty 2 2 Hike Planners To Meet Suppose, by some fantastic coincidence, that all the organizations with backpackprograms all decided to visit the sameplace atthesame time! It's not such a wild idea since it has already happened several large groups have ended up in the same Basin sometimes at the same camp- site and at tl'.e same time. Bad news, for sure. In hopes of preventing such conflicts in sched- uling, a day-long seminar is being held atCamp Long, 5200 35th Avenue S.W., Seattle (583-5824) January 20. All groups or organizations with backpack programs are invited to send a rep- resentative. Snow Tours Off U.S. 2 Eastern Meat 0 4 3 1 DIVISION II When the crowds rush to the manicured slopes carrying their expensive ski outfits, Brad Brad- ley, professional alpine guide, gets away from the masses in his favorite touring areas. He pulls on loose-fitting wool hiking clothes and soft comfortable touring boots and heads up the Stevens Pass Highway (U.S. 2) to Sky- komlsh. "My favorite rest stop," he says, "is the Antique Hotel, and in the vicinity is almost any type of terrain that a skier or snowshoer would like." When we asked him to be more specific, these were his suggestions: Just east of Grotto before entering the tun- nel, turn right, across the Skykomtsh River to Money Creek, the West Fork and the East Fork Miller River Roads. Here is easy tour- ing beside sparkling mountain streams. If a level practice area is desired take the road east out of Skykomish on the south side of the river to the emergency airport. Also close to Skykomlsh are the Beckler River Road, north off U.S. 2, and four good areas reached by the Foss River Road: Tonga Ridge Road, East Fork Foss Trail, West Fork Foss Trail and Maloney Ridge Road. All of these have multiple possibilities depending on how amtltlous one feels. 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Layew*yl & Credit Available appmltarg tmen olby/~dlfornJ* DewnhDwn Evoreff ............... 2|2.070| I"~II~ l J~ey ~V hhlrdey 9llO-il]lO, F~lde yl ~1( S p.m, chance for action including sopho- more Ray Hultgren who filled in for injured Steve Love. Monroe hit 24 of 51 shots fromthe floor for 47 per cent and 13 of 28 gift shots for 46 per cent. Last Friday night Monroe dropped a 0ontest to Stanwood, 61-43. "We played excellent ball the first three quarters using our 2-3 zone and were down by only two points ~ otng into the final quarter, 32-30," acon said. Stanwood opened up a I0 point gap midway through the final period and hung on for the win. Stansberry led the Monroe shoot- ing attack with 14. Benedict added 8, Anderson 6 and Brison 5. Love received a gashed knee in the fourth quarter and is expected to be out of action for about two weeks. another double victory over Sultan last week. The varsity girls 4-H Club topped Sultan, 38-32 with Ann Lowberlead- ing the scoring with 13. Linda Barnett added 11, Kathy Atkinson, 6 and Teresa Kelly, Gatl Smith, Krista Nolan and Rose Carlucct each sunk two. The Junior varsity team claimed a 28-10 victory with Deb Wil- liams netting eight points for Monroe. Others scoring were Amber McCarty, 4; Rita Prokop, 4; Elayne Campbell 4; Stacy Atklnson 4; Deb Putnam, 2 and Pare Rogers, 2. Next contest for the girls will be tonight, Thursday, at the Gran- ite Falls grade school News Hy-Rock 4-H Club horse members will meet January 30, while clothing and cooking members will meet January 23. A general meeting was held recently with Debra Williams giving a demonstration on the Appaloosa horse and members voting un- amtously to purchase the American and4-H parade flags. It was also decided the club would partici- pate in the Saturday afternoon open riding at the Evergreen Arena. I Smart S nta To FIRS Christmas Savin Club. 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