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The Arlington TIMES - Wednesday, Aug 3, 1983 - 7 Johnson It's time to break and warm up the vocal August 6th, Everett will host the 19th All-Star Football highlights 72 of the seniors from last including Arling- It is the traditional football. Star game has taken its history, since back in 1947. "N~rth-South," "Tri- OR 347-0777 iiiii! '% i ii iiii: i/iiii City-State," and the current East-West formats have all been experimented with, but each game has had the same purpose of spotlighting the previous year's stand- out athletes Over the years, over 225 schools have had representatives play in the game, which was played each year from 1947 through 1959 and was revived as an annual affair in 1978. Throughout the history of the contest Arlington has sent participants to the game on seven previous occasions, starting back in 1954 when Dick Borseth graced the gridiron at the halfback position. In 1956 John Larson (our mayor) showed off his talents at the fullback position. In 1958 Dick Danubio starred at running back as well, as Arlington's final representative before the game took a 19-year lay-off. Since the game was re-instated, in 1978 Arlington has sent a player every year but the first. Pete Warner, a big lineman, played in 1979 and is the only Eagle who was not a backfield player to play in the All-Stars. Chuck AIskog showed his quick running talents, after leading the Eagles to the 1079 Kingbowl Ill victory, in the 1980 contest. Two years ago Dave Peterson quarter- backed the West team to an exciting 41-40 victory, throwing two TD passes. Last year Darren Peterson, Dave's younger brother, stood in as the Eagle player. Darren was the defensive captain, tight end, and kicker for the West after leading the Eagles to their second Kingbowl victory in three years at the tailback position. Riehard's turn This time around it will be Tim Richard who will show his stuff along with the rest of Washington's football elite. After leading the Eagles to their third Kingbowl victory last season and being named All- State, All-Area, and All-League at defen- sive back and All-League quarterback, he should do quite well. Richard was also All-League at running back his sophomore year. Richard seems to take the honor of being selected for the East-West game pretty much in stride, as he says, 'Tm really looking forward to playing in the game, not so much for the prestige but for the chance to play with players who are all better than me, and just to get a head start before 1 start camp for Western." Richard really isn't putting himself down when he talks about the players he knows mostly by reputation and met during a picture taking session last week for the All-Star game. The big build-up for the game has been centered around two of UW's future hopefuls, Rick Feeney of Snohomish and Chris Chandler of Everett, who both grabbed National All-Star recognition and each are 200-plus pound six-footers. Standing in at 5'll" and 175 pounds, Richard feels he will be able to hold his own against these men, but more importantly is looking forward to playing with men who may be of professional caliber in the future. "I think I'm the type of athlete who will do well in the All-Star type game playing with the bigger guys, like Dave Peterson did a couple of years ago," said Richard. Saturday Richard started the one-week camp which preceeds the East-West game and all positions will be decided during I sports turnouts start It's August and can fall school sports be : -far behind -- not too far. Turnouts start in three weeks. And all players are urged to get their physicals now, said Chuck Borberg, high school athletic director. The first official football turnout is August 22nd. Turnouts for volleyball, cross country and girls tennis start August 24th. The exact times will be announced later by the coaches. nial commssio page 6) attention on main nes and the commis- .goals and objectives July when the publishing a interested groups be added to the J hearings which will be ity groups, will be 3tember. Specific in late Who cannot attend may submit written testimony at any time. Members of the commission and staff also will be available to meet with interested groups throughout the state. Requests for speakers should be made to the commission's office in Olympia. In addition to tiling, commission members are Robert J. Block, Seattle; Allison Cowles, Spokane; Mrs. Carolyn Feasey, Cathlamet; W.H. Fuller. Che- halls; Mike Kreidler, Olympia; Joe J. Pinkham, Toppenish; C. Mark Smith, Tacoma; Louis O. Stewart, Olympia; Dr. David Stratton, Pullman; Gene Struthers, Walla Walla; and Wilfred R. Woods, Wenatchee. 'group recommend window stickers The under 8 (years old) girls soccer team (the Shortcakes) needs players. If your daughter will turn 8 after Dec. 31st and would like to play soccer, sign her up at Action Sports in the Stillaguamish Square. The team will be coached by Terry and .lean Allen. For information call 435-5982. The first use of the term "Old Glory" to designate the US flag was made by a New England seaman, Wil- liam Driver. Before setting sail for the Orient in 1831, he had the flag unfurled and said, "1 name thee Old Glory!" The term caught on during the Civil War. Dealers Associa- has voted to members that they program featur- containing a on each labels are an informa- Outline of the most aSSess when a person is a Used car," explained of the Washington Association. these facts so a when evaluating a will make a more POssible." basic facts should also help that could de- Guide," the labels in a checklist of information on the contract. 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After the All-Star game Richard will not be packing his football gear away, but will be heading to Western Washington University's football camp at Camp Casey on Whidbey Island. There he will team up with Arlington's Dave Peterson, his room- mate next year, to begin fighting for a position at Western.' Richard's references to the Peterson's way of playing is something he maintains will come in handy as he hopes to work out at tailback at Western with Peterson handling the quarterbacking duties there. Richard will be studying business at WWU and hopes that Peterson can help him in that area as well. He says, "Dave has two years of college experience behind him and has done very well, I think he can help me make the transition (from high school) in both football and school more easily." By the way, when Richard says Dave Peterson has done well, he's not being too bold. Peterson led all community college quarterbacks last season and was selected All-American at that position last year. 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