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I I B.. Eagles Head m '96. 5 [ " " " n.l itav ' Cascade Race 0 / W uamp are . . Temu Won Lost PF PA IMM~~II~ S-'- - ARLINGTON ....2 0 72 13 I Jk~~~l UMMER ROUNDUP | t i li ]|*. J=J~ b~ ]=J~MI- ' Twin City ........ 1 0 32 20 L ~'N~/Ul This summer the Wakita | ~ | ~.; I~l. hal t~ aa~ot ' Langley .......... 1 1 14 45 l ~lk~M~ mr Camp Fire Group did some in- - ~. a m ~ Concrete ....0 1 20 32 '~'~i~ teresting things, some of which The Arlington Eagles probab-, lards for the six points The I btanwooa loday Mo, ni. . ............ 0 1 13 33 ]~ ~'%~ ~ I shall name. ii bi " " LaKe ~revens .. 01 6 14 11 " In May we went on two hikes d adieu to the Monroe drive was featured by the run- - " 1 "' },arcats for some time last Fri- ning of fullback Mark Larson The Arlington Jr. H} footba ~ Oct. 6 Results: ~_ "~ one to Burn hill to gather leaves ~.Ly night, and no one would I and Mike Riker in addition to I team will play their nrsr nome ARLINGTON 33, Monroe13 %J ~ and flowers for spatter prints, t~ther see them go than Men-IStarr The attempted extra I game of the season today, Langley 14 Lake Stevens6 -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-~_------------------- the other to Lord's to cook [~. The Eagles, jumping into[point play was fumbled for a [Thursday Oct. 12 at 2 p.m. Oak Harbor 19 Twin City0 Major League bread on sticks. Later on. this ~e AA Northwest League next [ 13 to 6 margin. Trying to stop I ~...,,.., ,~ ,~ o+~ '.....~ ..... ,~,,,, !...... ~' Murnhv's Feed ........ 05 summer we went on a cooK-ou~ son romped and stomped the lon~ ~alner the Eagles I ...... KlUough's ........................................... 5 at a river, and a few weeks a~ .~er the Orange and Black club [ loosened"up~their defense, ~ith [ there will be a second game Dy tconcre[e 13, Sultan u Legion ..~..::;=: ............................... ~ ter we made parafin stoves and ! to 13. It was Coach Larry [only three minutes to go in thel the 8th graders. ~non-mague) ~oer~an"~u'n..g.._.:::i::::2:i:.:::::.:::.::::: 45 had an overnite at the tree ~nizza's fifth straight win lhalf. Monroe moved seventy[ Coach Pete Newell's young Games Oct. 13: olympic Tavern .... : .......................... 41 farm. er Monroe, and me murthlyards before the Eagles stif-[.~,n or .....w.~,l,~ ..... tql bnonomisn at ARLINGTON varsity League -- We sewed beach h~,,~ and e throttle and it was strictly i the game. Senior back Mark|,re~. *~ro* 0"~~o+ +~'~-" ~-~a that they are the team to beat ,..~ t...;:- ................. S&M IM~BEL pl~'gID~l~l" no-contestdecision. It was lLarson powered the Eagles]~Ion'roe' ~to a""scoreles's="tie'~in O&IR~IIIf~MMIOI| ~lfh I111" f?r. the Cascade League titleStandard Oi~*.'.'....-..:,'~.:..'~.: ............... 68 OF HI-Y CLUB -- -'- nngton s mira win in tour ~with his strong slants and Starr/,,.^: ...... .~ .... ~ ~EnIB~~ ~BB ~P mis season wnen mey over-Thompson Freight ...................... ~u ......... lr talon ~t=gl~u ~aiiic. ~|M~Fll~l||lq~|| MM~ ~L W WUley's 52 ~am l'~eDel was elected presi- ts and left the Eagles on[opened up the defense with his | who ~,~mo .t ~r ..... ~,o~ helmed the Monroe Bearcats _ -~; ...................................... ~o~,. n~.., .~ **.. tn ..... :- .. of the Cascade loop with a, quick bursts Larson capped a ,Th'ursda~za'f'ternoon'was"nlave~ MIPlll lald~d~lkl lil~llRmfl~g~illl&|IPk P~P 33 to 13 last Friday evening. It :~l:e:s::.rw.:.a:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ~ ~'on"I~i~ ~'~:~.'.~uluoat.A~l.ng[ record, a spot they willl 58 yard attack by scoring, from I,- - ~--.: .... : ....... alL, ^ i[lk'| |~|z|||~ N||m~|-||mlll~|= i,||l= was the second straight lop- Steak House ...................................... 31 u .* . ~ ~lltJul, eli a ll|t~t2tlll~ ~bablv keev Monroe is now[fiv~ yards out ~ioklncr ~m _~ m a u ...... g ,m~uurm ~vwmuv ~IiI~IIIU/VI1 II~II|ILV~II|IIIIU I~UfL sided victory for the hiuh-uow. Interclty League nel(1 }ast weanesaay.bavearne . for'the s~ason and 1 " -"" ..... ~" "*" "" '~ , ered Ea - "~ - Strid Pros.................................. 78 ~:ngstrom was elected vice. 0- in[ of the yards himself. Larson yards per play, with his longest The Arlington Ea~,les couldn tl Pnnth~r~ nnd that i wh,~ they .gles, Coach Larry MunIz- Mlnlt Market 69~ ne~irt~nt nnrl ! ~wJ l-lr,ll~tl ~gue action. [ also converted and it was 20 to run being of 22 yards Starr h-v~ ~kod'fnr ~ more natural :~,'[n ~'('~,~"~-~'~-,', "~ot",'~,~,,F'~4' za's eleven having whomped cy's Grocery ==============================-:.. 51~ e:=.~',~'.."_"." .':.:",'~ ~"'~ ~-,~=~=::= "] ~ .............. 1 e, ......... ~, ....... ~.o. Rebels 50~ ~tvtaty, w~ttt Djortt 151~naus ~rllngton kicked off and fi- 6 Riker made the next touch- netted 117 yards in thirteen at-~ rival ~or ~their Homecomin Coach al . a hopeful Langley squad 39 to .............................................. . . g R ph Gunderson will 0 reviousl Federal Land Bank .......................... 46 treasurer. The posltlOn Of ser- lly contained the Monroe at- ! down a personal affair by tempts and Mike Rlker had 751 celebration than the Snohomish ] herd hi~ P~,,~h,~r~ ,,,, ~,. ,~,~ P y. Langley won ~, ..a,, ~,o,~ .... ~ ~, .......... *m..a *.. :k on the Eagle thirteen The [ squirting through the mud for in ten tries Arlington netted] field about ~'8"00~ n rn~"an~i a't~. .their first league game of the Scrubs . ..:""-~'['.. "--.'~.~" ............ 21 ~l~oti~=~'"~'~"~t,~h"~'~, *~'.~,~,~';~,,~:;" gles scored in a six play 871gains of twenty and fifteen 335 yards on the ground and ] bad the upper hand most of the I temnt *o r,,i-- "~'~o ~'~'- *~-+'~ season with a 14 to 6 win at Mixers .=.;............................................ 16 ~F~'","~" ,=~ "".'~'*:~ *."~'~:"':" ..... " t. , ~. ,, ,,,o .~,,,,,, ,,,~,~, o Lake Gutter ~a~s Jl lne chaplain Will De elecma at rd drive Halfback Larry [yards before going over from eight yards in the air for 343[game and should have scored [Homecomiw,nlan~ T4 ..... Stevens. I~ non-league m~,, ~. i~iii-i/~f,~"~if~'"'i3i'ii~Buile t~ .... ,~,~,~ x~u~,~,~,~- -~ ~rr ignited .... the drive with] the two.. Rlker also added the yards in 46 plays, for. 7.4 yards Arlington held on downstwice[in- just do that" " "'~" " ...... ~ en~ou2~e~. ~hnesdTfen~igr Cas- 57~.nb~n~e........... 5BT~d53~r~ll:ny-- ................. 5~a~ri~o~n. ~.r~ tober"il .... s ,, s,ay, t)c. of 32 and ten yards then ~extra point and the tally sheet per play. Monroe picked up 172 side their own twenty ..... :_" _ . P , e n City_ . ---~=-'" ..... B" "-e~ " -- It ..... ~ne ranmers are navlng one Cardinalswere dro ed 19 o ~aorr~e Motstaa ~ u~yae ~ac~: ~:1 ed the final two yards for [mounted to 27 to 6. yards in 29 ground plays, and [ during the first half, finally [ ........... pp t 543 Doyle Buchanan' 543 Bob Teller q , oz melr iew reouualng seasons 0 b " - score Starr s 32 yard run I The Eagles tallied again in accumulated 89 more yards in lerossing the midfie]d strip'e[u ~er ......... y powerful Oak Harbor, a5391 c~ car~on 537, Tommy Almll t fo .... na ~.unaerson me llKeaole AA team Concrete ca 522 ~ok the Bearcats, it coming[ he urth period when a flock the air for a total of 261 yards I and driving to the Monroe thlr- I1 ......... " ..... " ptured the Eagles' first play from [of second and third stringers The first downs favored the]ty as the half came to an end. [~ltirsl~l P~el~nnsaSnnaraa nls ~nono-I their first win of the seasonStrid's Alley cat League 05'~ " immage. Starr added the [entered the fray After a penalty Eagles fourteen to eight. Weeks[ Mom'oe threatened seriously in [ ...... P ct cauy ev: ~ with a 13 to 0 decision at Sul.Cadv D/~g ........................................... ~2(~ --~m m I~l~~-~ ~version point for a 7 to 0 [stopped their ground game Ar- was the top gainer for Monroe[ the third period when a pass[er.,v ~ormwest. t,eague.race, PUt tan. It gave the Turks a 1-1 ree- ================================================= 52' r~M&~M~ r~ vantage. /lington scored their final touch- with 127 yards in eleven trips. I connected to a receiver in the [ ~nls season rne t'an[ne.rs areI ord against Cascade competi, s~,ensen,2[ug .................................... 5} II l;ll I11 wlnless In loop play, out ooast tie ~e -- 9Ionroe, using a little bit ofldown when sophomore Jim He picked up 29 yards with hislclear. The Monroe runner broke[ ..... i " n, a circuit that they will ~]~[zen~'~'~nk"'::::::::~:::::::::::::::::::::::i::: 34 .-- v-- .--- :k and some alert play, [Engstrom threw a strike to run of the fumble, and 66 yards[ loose and seemed to be home I a couple.oz winsover t:ascaoe i join during the basketball sea- Cascade League -'ourself with fmfec^'s ~ae right back for their score. [Abrahamson from eight yards on his touchdown scoot. So com-[ clear when he stumbled and [ ~eague ~eams. ~ne inexper.i-i son. ~e~nd~ S~m~nai'"ger'v'ic~ .......................... ~ ,~ ..... ;n~, "~1! In ~.~ quarterback Bob Thompson [out. Sophomore Jim Caesar was pletely did Arlington dominatel fell on the Arlington fifteen.[ ~intcet~lfanmers v~anKea ~wlnI Twin City will have a chance Fountal~ Drlve4n ..:~iiii~ii~i~ii:ii: 52 '"='"**'" .... " .'~'"""'~"." y ~ Io O In their opening to ull v Arlln ton Ooncrete 36~t homeowners InsorQnce! fial to end Mike McLntyre !short on the shot for the extra second half play that Monroe[The Eaglets held there, actually [ c t s ........ [ P e en with Arlington ~ - ~ ..................... 35" on e t, raced to a zt~ to 7 wm th Fields ~ !heft three yard affair, to be[point and the fans began to ran but fourteen plays in the[pushing the Bearcats back to[ ...... is coming week-end. The Llz' L)n-ck Sh3: .................................. 34,t ...... ~ I ~Ped it up and raced to the [was the first time in four years Darryl Abrahamson and Larry [ Don Leach, out with an in- [ with ~ theHaw.ks, also getting ] three touchdowns. Monroe tray. ~ Brooks Coffee Time League ....... 5S , .o.* o,.,.s.~t~c gle eighteen before Daryl [that Weeks had been able to[ He[land, was also good. Ron [ jury in the Stanwood contest, [tw murm per raft scores~ . ] els to Concrete for an expected[ stumpeti~si:i~::::i:::ii::ii_:~:ii~:ii~i:i.i ....... 46~1 rahamson brought him down[score against the Eagles. Thel Pederson was singled out for[was a standout on defense for~ Inane meannme.~ne~agies] victory over the improvingi wfstern Au~,o;~; ............................... ~ [ ra behind. The play covered [extra point attempt was fum- ] his excellent defensive play. [ the Eaglets. Leach also looked [ ~mI~e..ver 2darysviJJe z~ to 1~ [ Lions. After being blanked in I Bea*u'~'No~"'~-~-'---- :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 3O ] [|~||l~~ Yards. Three plays later so- [bled but the ball rolled into the ] Mark Larson and Larry Starr [good on occasions carrying the [ n it. opener, lost a b to u ] their first two games the Lions I Arnngton Aut~ Pa~S ................. ~9% ] ~| |~i~l|~U game to rugged BUrlln ton, Juniors more Roger Cres'well talliedlend zone, where Monroe tackle] was singled out for the fine [ball Brad Gemmer Phil Stan-[ ....... " g [ have tallied 33 counters in their [ ~'eam No S 47'~ [ |~Ul~.d|l-l~ . ' .... ' anti easefl to a 6~ to u win over last two .............................................. " =~'=" =- ~..=.l. = the two. Ron Pederson ]Leroy Bloor fell on it for the[ running, despite the shck foot- [ley, and Harry Tenbrlnk bol- [ .......... J outings, but will still ] spit Balls .......................................... 27 ] aped the attempted sweep[point. There was less than a] ing. Munizza said that the]stered the Arlington defense [ angje_y and a.6,6 to .w~n at[be the underdogs to a rebound.[~_ st ooge~ ............................................ ~"~] *~t'a't~ the bonus point and at this/minute remaining at this point I Eagles escaped injuries and/Tenbrink, a tackle, was switch: [ }vmnroe..we ~nlnK ~nay A rdng. I ing Monroe squad Sultan trav- [ ~nrCe~~a~ns ......................................... ::: m [ ~]LUIL~. t it was 7 to 6: Eagles Mark Larson, apparently lik-" with the exception of hai'fback ed to the backfield on offense mn has naa Just a little tough- els to Langley in a King's X Flubbers ........ ::::::::::::::::::::::::':':::::::::... 17 llowing the kick-off the ring the heavy going, was[Tommy Johnson, out earlier,[for this contest. Bill Hershaw[ er .... schedule_ ....... [ encounter, and the Turksshould[E~ther Jordan-518 496HighTen Edythe TaylOrDar~enes~ro~]W~'~s4e s00 HEATF.R,~ / ine ranmers Will bring mree have fore one the trl .. vv.. .N.........,~. :s ground out 63 yards in ]turned loose by the Eagles and[should be in top condition for lran strongly for the Eaglets.[ to- notch runnin- ba - - [ g "p. Lang-15iis. ~oria Strid S02-i55. Dot Under-[ p g CKS to le Js en plays Starr culminated [rolled up 142 yards in 21 car-Ithe Panther contest tomorrow[Lack of blocking hurt the Ar-J ~ " .... / y " too big for the hustI~nglwood 488 Donna Queen 477 Sally l o . town. Dave Butler is a 175. Slo~s 474 'Ka Brevlk 472 Myrtle Ras- " ' by going the last ten ]rles, 3ust a shade under seven[night. [hngton attack. [ ........... [Turksand should take it by[' :.. ..... ~ [--Are made m Snohomash - " /pound senior IUlIDaCK, .Keltn It went,, ,,oi,,*o A~..~*.... ...:. | mussen ~, uo~ ~ass ~.. I -. ~xagw a xao pounu Junior naii- " h i " J' /back and Tom Rude, a 155~hSmt-SnhmIs--~n-the-E. agle[-M--R"-l~-~R-SL~LB~-~T--~-R-E~K~tI-U~S-- } ...... t '. ..... / .~.u~u~ng ~ncuunter, alSO a ~lu uaa--nv-- a~lv~-~a~x I ~.. Y ~P 1R A 1~I 1~ A V V - -: - --_ - / pound ]unlor nalfbacK. Rude/non-league tilt The l~n~lo~ ~xH11 ] lk4~, ~rl "/t~.e Alh~rf l~,~lth,,e I "---~" "~" ~" ~"~ ~ ....... __= _- |can eal~^ scamper.. Craig[be favored to capture their[of Silvana will observe their] CHROME east lillln~S-- ...... _ - [~iaae, a t)u pound semor, nas/fourth win in five outings but/twenty-fifth wedding anniver-[ NO cheap brick : - _ _- - = [apaprently nailed hewn the [only after a struggle. Coach [sary on Sunday, Oct 15 with an I ~" ' |quarteroacK position, t)ennis~ ~o_en hous^ from 2 to 4 -- m All ~ ...... [Schuler, a 145 sophomore trans- [lost. They have been ahead in |~'r~i,n,~s anVd rel~v,~= P~" ~ I t~e~er see us oa .y. ~,a~y i~e,~,' '11- -!--11 -! [ el" m Monroe, can also pick ]every game, but have weakened terms f flo ................. " -,-, . . . vlted. lJ~k/ hf'~ m ~ L~t~ [them up with the best of them. tin the second half. The Eagles[__ -- = -- -- =~:~,o~-,'~" -- i ------~ ~i~ I JL! I I--i----liV I--ll le: ~J ['l ~ ~ "t-iRude and Butler top the Pan-|can't_ afford to let them get too |Raluh_ Gunderson. a former | ..... ,... ,..,,..,.~ a.~ - - _= -=~ her scoring with eighteen big a jump Last season the[Eagle himself will have his[ ~J[~l~ ]points each [Panthers dropped Arlington 21 team hi h for 'this one MU~M ~~ [ The Panthers rolled up over [to 13, in 1959 the Ea~ies re-/ Munilzga needs no urging, he I ~~ - "1 ~"~,~. [300 Yards from scrimmage[versed it 28 to 13. We think[knows that a win over Snoho-[ /kl'lLIlgtOn ~ ...41- .=.~..,, J-~ ..,~ | .-- J~ /against'Oak Harbor, and Out-Jthat the Eagles will do it again [ mish makes an Arlington sea-[ ~~; lb WUI"'~ ~q" iiwned them 23"11" but still bYabOut the same margin" [ sOn'_ __ |~_ - II n'LU~~~,,LL~ ~~,~t~s~,s ~~ ~'"- , !1 0 FREEZEI~S -- -: /I X-l.i II _ 0APACITY :i i: !:i~!i~i~iii~:: ! ~ ~: !, ~ ~ : ~:::i:::i~!!ii!]iiiii!/:i~.% ::::.::~ t '/!i;ilil;!ili!i ::i /I ADJUSTABLE Door Shelved. ~i~i~:~:;~;~:~i~::~::~i~i~ *:~ ...... ~:~J /| ~~~ BAKED ENAMEL fmzsh,'" multiple" coats l1 over bonderized steel. ~:~:i:]:5~:]::!.i:~i]i:i:!:!:!~:~:i:i:i:]:i:~:~:i!!iiii~i!~!:i:!:~:~:~:i:~ : .::.:.~..::i~]~i:!:!:!:~:~:!:!:!:i:~.~3.`~i!i]~]~i~i!/]~i:i:i~i:!:!:~]!~i~]~i?!:~]~:!:~:i:i~:~;.. .:]!:!i!!:~:i' "i:i:!:i.!!~i::i:~: ,]:i : : /i i~~NI SAF~.TY DOOR. :"...4:::::::::: : : :: ::::::::::::::: :::.: : : : : ::::::::::::::: ::::::' ' N: ~ 4:~.:" ": "::" . 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