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PAGE TWO THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, TttURSDAY, SLPT. 10, 1953. Don Baker, one of the "Big 3" for Shepard Service, and Flax Si- montacchi of Murphy Feed, top- peal Arlington's Little League hurling averages the past season, both pitchers ending the regular seasonwith a four and one rec- oral for an average of .800. WeB Evans of Murphy's ended with the most wins, seven, but lost twice for a .778 average. Don Gib- am ma am BY BILL QUAKE Little League Closes for Season Glen Lawty, Wes Evans Lead In Extra Base Hits • Murphy Feed's one-two punch, Glen Lawty and WeB Evans, topped the Arlington Little Arlington's Little League closed down for the year last week as Murphy Feed bowed to Shepard Service in the championship playoffs. A very successful sea- son was enjoyed by both young and old. Fifty-eight boys between: the ages of eight and twelve par- ticipated in the games during the regular season. Of the forty-eight games scheduled only two were forfeited because of lack of play- ers. One more contest was called .. Generous Season Nears Seattle, Sept. 7•--Thel erous duck season opens for 75 days of tween October 17 and 30. inclusive• A Wilson son, the first since November 15 to 29, Black Sea brant December 1 a n d through February 10, Duck bag limits creased so that one birds, including 7 of plus 4 additional widgeon. There is one the bag may woodduck. The g geese has also been 6, of which not be Greater Canada Fronted geese. 8 snipe or 3 brant bons headed the strikeout pa-~League extra base hit records, off by mutual agreement• Ernie fade, setting 120 batters down on with Lawty leading in horn,runs Ludwick, head baseball coach at strikes. Gibbons also pitched the ,ft. • ......... t~,,~ f .... m,,w¢ Arlington High School, is antici- respective seasons. • " Art ..... " ...................... • Tm~°stoln~lnngsL292/2, framewS;l~s and Evans collecting fifteen patlngtheday.whensuchplay- Jump-date goose ,~,,,,~.,, .~_~, L,,,. ,.--s,-~ -.. "~'- , n,,,,~,lo~ ,,~ 1,~a ~,, that ,~enart- ers as uon t~looons, weB ~vans, lows the normal n gtvmg up. 68,. white Glen. Law .Y ment. Four layers tied for most Virgil Frey, Glen Lawty, Darryl =-nn~t................. in tho fnllnwing saw. servme in sixteen of his trinles RonPBaker of Shenard's, Jensen, Ken Sather, and others eastern Washingto: club's 24 games• Ke~ Sather and Ivan Mols'tad of will be playing for the Eaglesr Benton, Grant Fran) _ Pitching records, complete, of Fowler's, and Mike Larson of Ar- Next year local followers of tat, Lincoln, Oi~anoga the league was as follows: lington L & P e~ch hitting two Little League anticipiate, an even 2 additional counties PI~ W L Ave, SO Wtfor the season, b~etter season. Next year s sched- year, Spokane and D. Baker ........ 4 1 .80064 16 Only five horn,runs were hit ul ill be cut to eighteen games, . . . . Goose hunting is legI l~'.qlmnn, lrh,r~a th,~ ¢o~¢nn ho~idp~ T.~W- instead of the twenty-four played Coach Munizza puts his football hopefuls through conditmning practice in preparationfor days, Sundays and ....tacc'"l~:'l .......... 4 1 .80034 381 ty~"~:"~:';'L~:L~'='~'°~ p=, ~=,= ~,,=o 7.7,- r~=,,~ ..... -c._-ib. this year.. Next season the local. Friday night's encounter with the Stanwood Cardinals.--Times Photo. in these areas, during W t'va*'~ 7 2 778 111 51/ ....... "~'-^r and WeB league will also be franchised ..... -= ~ ~-~ lar season dates. • r~ "~ ....... /uu"~, nu, ~anc , ............... • , L:arter at me nalIDaCK spots, ano~ . . R. Baker .......... 3 1 •750 36 81Evans• Don Baker hit a bases w.xm me ~auona). Assocl.anon oi r___ | _J.J._..__ '_ ._ Ji._~Ji. _. JL , Dick Russell at fullback Duane An addltmnal hour V. Frey ............ 6 3 .667 96 24, loaded four-ply wallop in the L.lttle Leagues,. ~.nus oe.lng el)- |~.[~ |~.]I~.r[][]~.~] [~[~~I4;~r]- i Smith Lvle Nvsether Biil Kline, has been provided this ~.._,,~,~,u,~ .... u ~ .... ~u ~ p,ayo~ uu~ this was n~t c~tt,,tuu o ~ " Ea Borseth male Hurn Ron For-~,u,u 72 ........ K. Sather ....... 3 3 .50031 19 in regular season play. Other League playoffs. II _ • ~ ~" " ~=~ {shier Rick'Connacher,'John Lar- sunset. Exact times tL Rosenbach.. 2 2 .50022 18tplayers hitting triples were Don Thanks goes to Bill Shepard,]]~[~|~_~T~mn . ]~on 1Viarvin Ta-qor John Jacob hours will be listed in G. Lawty ......3 6 .33392 58~Gibbons Don Baker Larry Bjorn, Bill Fowler Bob Murphy, and ~ J !son' and others are exnect.ed to fowl pamphlet now ' • • • • - -- • ' - • ~ • is~ G. Santeford .. 3 6 .33354 381Dug Hall, Denms Holdal, and An- Arlington Lumber and PlywoodI Coach Larry Munlzzawill start was hard and spirited. All m all/see a lot of actmn in the opening pared for general d M. Larson ......1 2 .33328 28[dy Kempf. Trailing Wes Evans for sponsoring teams this season.lten of his o~ov,~, r~t-~ni-= 1,~ Ith~ ¢orimm-~,~ br,,-~h* ,,,t ,-~.n, lgame i Of special interest to A. Lindell ...... 2 5 .28660 68tin the two base hit race were The same teams will play next/~ ~.~ ........ "'Y ~'~{ ........... ~'". f~" .......... .fl .... " ........... hunters is the o,~ening D. Jensen ...... 1 4 •20066 23[Don Gibbons with twelve, Glen season. It is hoped that a ,'Littleltermen in me opening corn,st mlpromising canaioates, especiaiiy!~,o~as,~,~) ~s. ~aimue~s~(:~,lic Shooting Ar~a acq f. Rezac .......... 0 0 .000 4 4/aawty with eleven, and Virgil Bigger League" team for boys the season for the Arlington among the underclassmen. It is ~)" "Schuh ............ B'YF ........ ~"'u'~':dr= developed by the State L. Kallstrom _ 0 0 .000 3 21Frey with ten. Others were Ron from thirteen to fifteen, will also E~gles, Friday night, Sept• 11. Iour guess that the coming seasonlD" ~ohnson ........ t~G~ ....... E" Borset~ partment on the Mcl~ G. Ludwick ....0 0 .000 2 7[Baker 9 Don Baker 8 Andy be in action next summer, several This was decided as the Eagles, will show local fans an interest- c:' Du'sk~- " ..... r~ ......... , c~,o~, waters of'the Columbi~ M Bloom 0 0 000 1 l[Kempt 7, Rmhard Sass 4 Ron men expressing interest m spon- divided into two teams the Blues ing brand of ball - ~- " ........ ;~ ........... =-: -- tween the mouth of .......... ' ' " i J ~ennls L~ ~ ~iurn A. Kempf ...... 0 0 .000 0 0[Rosenbach 4, Charles Warren 4, Boring such a team. Managers and the Golds, went through a The ~rob-~,l,~ ~ .... ~ ~,~,~' ~:~,~ ........ ~- ........... ~'~.-,~,,~ and the mouth of f W. Beath ........ 0 0 .000 0 3/Dwayne Jensen 4, Albert Huff 3,[and assistants for the past year slam-bang scrimmage seas o /ki~Une~ ,ml ~ .... u,,m, ~v~ ..... I r~ r~oTnton "-" ~ ....... -~ ~i,~L-¢,~, Walla river, on the L. McKernan. 0 0 .000 0 5] Ken Sather 3 Art Lindell 3 Den- were Vance Holland and Phil last Monday night.A goodly an~"~)~o~.-~,,~"o~L:~:~z ~""~' ~'" c~,~-,~" ...... ~ ...... C" ~?~,~'~ the Columbia I. Molstad ...... 0 0 .000 1 5/ms Ho]dal 3, Gary Waugh 3,1Bjorn of Shepard Service, John crowd w~tnessed the xnterestlnglE~t~, ~o~,,~, ~h~ ~,~l ..... l~ I " CTM..... ho, ~4 ~w "r~v~,r -----~-o---- D. Holdal ........ 0 2 .00020 7]Dick Enselman 3 M~ke Bloom 3,[S]montacch] and Don Meier of affair, which endedm a well-lter~a,~ *~ ~t-~ ~..~ ~..~÷~..- ~... l~ (.~.¢.~r .~ r~ m..:fA.h Washing.ton cranb~ P. Parmentmr 0 3 .000 9 191Neff Hankms 3, Larry BJorn 2,,Murphy Feed, Bill Quake and earned 13 to 13 tle. fun r)iok ~eh,,h ~n C'..~n no. ].In I.~r~nn~ r~ ~,,~o~l send a greater part ( i" ,, -,[Marvin Jacobson~ 2, Dug Hall 2,1Murel Osborn for Fowler Ag cy, Two minor injuries came out!dry anair of heft,, tackles and] c,.~.., c. ........ to canners than do 1 ~-. I!Henry Gibson 2 Larry Sandstromland Don Murray Wallace Whee]- of the hard practice end Rudy] D~" ,^~ .......~ .....2__:~ / o~,~.. ~o~.~s---~. {viose, re. ~onn- any other state g~*~& ' . ' • all dUIIII~UII dll(l dUll]l UUIIIII5 son ~ Williams w r~osenoacn "'" ............ ~] ]~2, Jerry Tryon 2, Flax Slmontac-ler, and Ray McClure of Arlington Thomsen turning an ankle, and l a counl-- of Y~r" ~"arno --'~" --a:2t - "- " ~- :~-' " • - - ' • ith e• • ~ ~ *~ ~ s~ ~, ~-~-, - A. vroman ~). t~ammerly, J. Ja- SHOVEL DRAGLINE l[chI 2, and the following w on . L & "P. back Lyle Nysether being shook tthe middleof th,~ tin,. Larry,, O1- I ~uu~ ....... T~ r ..... n, .... __ r~ " :| or Hoe Work I[Gary Wellman, Tommv Forsman,[ o up a little The running of triple[son wi" ....... ~- ........ '~* [-- -u, ~.....~ ........ .. %.~.~o- ~. i~ _ lit /'~l---- " " " " 44 .. , ,p~, =~ t,,~ ~,,t~r ~,~t. Ixooerts, u. l~eterson, l~. Jacoos, Ix. ILl c~u J~Gary Ludwiek, Ivan Molstad,[ In Arlington - Phone 13 threat D~ck Borseth was out-[A. ~11 loft..... ha~l~flald ,xHll] ........................... lsr. JJC ~! ~ V ~EDBERWEB I[Mike Larson, Larry Williams[ KILLOUGH CLEANERS standing as well as the line[be ~o..~..~oe~'~.~*'~,'~.~'~'-- "~'~l .... .......rltn ton I/Frank Rezac, and T~m S~mon-I for plunging of John Larson, 1801-uarter DicL" Bor~th o"~ "~rr,,I Scoring. Golds---John Larson ~'r~J[~ tmone ~aaa a g [ltacchi. l ALTERATIONS pound sophomore. Jerry Carter ~ , _/. .... , ............ ~ over center for five yards: Jerryi vuav,.,m swept the ends for good gains MISSIONARY FEDERATION Carter KicKeCl try ~or point. ~ar- ~.~.. f,. and Marvin Taylor utilized hislMEETS IN EVERETT ter over left guard for six yards. ~]U speed to break away for severalI The Women's Missionary Fed- Blues--Pass Borseth to Erickson, ~ ,. , nice chunks of yardage. Theleration of the Nort*h Puget Sound!~rlCKSOn mmonng ana rnomsen zq_rL?~7~O~b~ passing clicked for several good}Circuit will meet in Calvary Lu- recovering In.,no zone tor ~oucn: gains but was generally ragged, theran Church, Everett, Friday,taown, arouno ngnt .no - HOURS - as was the down field blocking. ! Sept. 18th, at 11 a.m., and 1:30 mr ten yarus, l~orseth to ~:ricK- - .... Once the backs got through the ~.,~ [son pass good for extra point. 9:30 a.m. to a:uu line of scrimmage they were on • o Score b) quarters: their own. However, to compen- ,Use 'Fimes" classltleO ads -- ! 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