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THE TAG was a tad late at the plate last Thursday night as the MYAA West all- stars chalked up another score during its Finale... second inning 10 run scoring spree. The squad topped the East, 20-8 inthe seasons final contest. --Staff Photo ,,Tune 28, 1973, Monitor, Monroe' WA. Page Fty State Camping Colts Chalk Two Victories " Rates T01d .o.roe colts base- Camping fees for Washington State Parks were increas- ed to $2.50 for tent sites and $3.50 for trailer hookups on May 1 State Parks Director Charles Odegaard said. Former prices were $1.75 for tents and $2.25 for trailers. The increase was approved by State Parks and Recrea- tion Commission in December 1972. Odegaard said in- formation on camp- site availability and other factors affect- ing outdoor recrea- ball squad upped their season mark to %-3 with a pair of solid victories last week. The colts trotted past MarysvUle on June23 by a 14-1 pace and swung by Lake Ste- vens 8-2 on June 19. The Monroe squad is slated to host Ed- monds on June 28 beginning at 6 p.m. at the high school field. On June 30 the colts play host to Stanwood beginning at 11 a.m. Dave Witthuhn held Marysvtlle to fourhits while posting his fourth victory of the season. MIn0 ntheo meantime, e sluggers pounded out 11 htts wtth Eldon King making it to the bags on three out tton throughout the of four turns. Mike state may be obtain- Dickinson tripped ed by calling the State down the base path Parks Recreatton Date twice in three cracks Center toll-free tele- at the plate. phone information J e f f McDowell, service at 1-800-562- Dw ht Btckler and 8200. McDowell combined to limit Lake Stevens to Just two hits last week, while a stingy Monroe defense allowed only two runs. Monroe capitalized on 16 Lake Stevens walks with Btckler punching out a single in one turn at bat. Sales & Service RCA---zENrrH FRIGIDAIRE Wheeler Appliance 794-8141 The Most Efficient Carpet Cleaning Method Developed Local References Available Steamco Eastside 885-6800 (Coil Collect Special Any Size Living Room Funeral Home 441 Main Monroe, Wash. 98272 "Serving others as we would wish to be served..." C.W. Kerr, Gen. Mgr. Monroe 794-7049 - Carnation 333-4171 Monroe Youth Athletic Associa- tion West division all-stars unleas- ed 16 hits enroute to a 20-8 base- ball victory over the East division squad last Thursday evening. The West exploded for 10 runs during the second inning. Butch Hanson rifled the winning strikes for the West as well as pounding out a triple and a pair of singles to drive in three runs. Jeff Price and Farrell Cobb both swung solid bats, each poking three singles in three trips to the plate. Price forced in four tallies and Cobb helped in three home. Bob Meeks also ripped a triple for the winning West to send in three runs and Randy Cottrell was three for four at the plate. Gregg Trombley led the East hit- ters with two singles in two turns at bat, driving in a pair of runs. Chuck Doane also knocked in two scores with twin singles. The West all-stars, coached by Larry Barker and Phil Lentz was comprised of Doug Price, Jeff Price and Gary Neisinger, Monroe Eagles; Glen King, Bob Meeks and Brian Weigel, Collins Chevrolet; Joe Wil- son, Steve Addision and Gary Thel- en, Gateway Farmers Market; Butch Hanson, Randy Cottrell and Farrell Cobb, Curley and Johnston Ford. The East squad was coached by In II Tilt Burt Doane and Ed Utterback and included: Terry Harder, Brian Utterbaek and Jeff Marshall, Alex's Floor Covering; Pat Carboneau, Greg Moss and Jim Shields, Mon- roe Bowl; Jtm Hunnicutt, Greg Trombley and Chuck Doane, Pat's Chevron; Sue Hall, Scott Muse and Chip Smith, Stoen Construction. Tri-Valley topped the Candy Cane 6-3 to Capture the seven and eight year o10 championship. Mike St|en gained, the win on the mound, allowing no hits during his three inning stint. Ron Lang punched a triple and Chris Marcel gained three hits in four turns. Following the all-star game all youngsters who had participated throughout the season were awarded trophies. Winners were also announced for the recent bond drive. Mike Dillon of Pat's Chevron rode off with a new 10 speed bike for peddeltng the most bonds. Gary Netsinger of Monroe Eagles took second and received a field- ers glove; Jim Hunntcutt of Pat's Chevron gained third and was award- ed an aluminum bat and Shawn McCully of Pat's; Brian Weigel of Collins; Mike Keenan of the Eagles and Rick Arnold of Tri-Valley re- ceived new hardballs. Oven Baked 28 oz Tin Fresh Darigold LB. DUNCAN HINES PKG. Banquet, Cuke Chip or Polish 22 as, I II 1-1b Can 99 2-1b Can $1.89 ~0 OZ. Jar Virginia Fully Cooked Semi-Boneless Half oz Whole LB. 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