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q "r D ~r THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARL .(c, TON, WASHINGTON, TItURS A$, OCT. 15, 1953. v PAGE m m m BY BILL QUAKE Seconds Tie at Arlington last Mon- Loon, Coach Ralph Pis- Arlington Reserves were a scoreless tie by an un- Twin City Second Eagles had previously b~th Snohomish and and were thought to be ore at will on the Car- e game was fought be- thirty yard lines with .ram able to mount a offensive. STANDINGS Won Lost PF PA t .............. 3 0 72 45 .................. 3 0 65 31 .................. 2 1 60 31 ............ 2 1 44 32 1 2 37 46 ........ 1 2 21 47 ........ 0 3 52 78 lle ................ 0 3 0 61 Results: 19, Sedro-Wool. 6 14, Marysville 0 13, Burlington 6 19, Mount Vernon 7 Friday: at Snohomish at Anacortes at Sedro-Woolley at Mount Vernon. the Week The game of the year, as far as put the Eagles right in the pie- the Arlington Eagles are con- cerned, will take place this com- ing Friday, Oct. 16, when the Eagles meet head on with the Snohomish Panthers at Snoho- mish. Coach Larry Munizza's eleven, off to one of the finest starts in Arlington history, win- ning four of their first five, will meet the unbeaten Panthers. winners of four straight, in what should be a thrill packed en- counter. This game will go a long way in deciding just who will finish in the top spot along about Nov. 6th. Coach Keith Gilbertson, in his first season at the helm of the Panther grid machine, has con- tinued where Stan Bates le~t off. Snhomish has wins over ERens- burg, Mount Vernon, Anacortes, and Marysville, while still un- beaten. The Red and Whites are spearheaded by ace scatback Danny West, who is averaging over 200 yards per game in three league contests. Quarterback Jim Northrup handles the passing as- signments and does better than average. One of his favorite tar- gets is big Verlyn Iverson, a good pass receiving end and a big cog in the Panthers' defensive team. Frank Stecher does the converting after touchdowns, ,booting the oval left footed. He , made two for two against Marys- of the week in the League this Friday, played at Snohomish, perenniel enemies, the Eagles and the Snoho- ier ;, have at it. The go a long way in de- will wear the 1953 8nohomish will be fay- by a touchdown or so. games Anacortes should easy time with Marys- the Fidalgo Island city. should hand Sedro- another loss and Ed- continue unbeaten Win over the high scor- ~nt Vernon Bulldogs. you h,~ve any artlch not In use, try classified ad Available For 381 For the fourth time in six games the Eagles will go into the contest as the underdog. In three previous underdog roles, the Eagles have defeated Bellevue and Burlington, while losing a one touchdown decision to Ed- monds. The Eagles are the dark horse team of the conference and Have Any Questions About Your Social Security? Don Chapin, Field Representa- tive of the Everett toffee of the Social Security Administration, will make his regular visit to Arlington on Tuesday, October ture. 20. His contact hours at the Ar- Arlington came out of the Se- lington City Hall will be from dro-Woolley fracas without any 10 a.m. to 12 noon. more than a few bumps. Still an~ "Look twice at your Social Se- unknown factor in future Arling-tcurity protection" is the advice ton plans is the health of Dick Chapin gives Times readers. "The Erickson. Erickson, an end whojsocial security benefit is not a blossomed overnight into one of lpension, but an insurance protec- the top defensive wingmen in the! tion against the loss of income league, has been out for two because of old-age or death. The games, hurting the Eagles no program provides a basic floor little. A healthy Erickson on one of protection upon which the of Arlington's flanks will cause bread winner can plan for per- the Panthers no little trouble, the sonal and family income in the fleet Snohomish backs going for event the earned income stops." good distance on their wide Family benefits can amount to plays. Munizza is working on the as much as $168.75 per month: a assumption that the services .of retired man and his wife can re- Erickson will not be available ceive as much as $127.50. How. and has Rudy Thomsen and Dave ever, before retirement, inquiry Dezotell on the flanks. Again it should be made through your lo- will be Dick Schuh and Gerald cal office. Mr. Chapin makes Hendry at tackle and Dan John- regular trips to Arlington on the son and John Dennis at guard. 3rd Tuesday of each month. He Larry Olson should be able to invites persons who wish to in- go at top speed against the Pan- vestigate their social seet~rity thers, the Eagle center being protection to contact him on hampered somewhat against Se- those days. o---~---- I dro with an abscessed elbow. In I the backfield it will undoubtedly ~ STAMPS be quarterback Jim Corning, ably ARLINGTON ~PTG. CO., PH. 493 assisted by Dick Borseth an(l Marvin Taylor at the halves, and John Larson at fullback. Jerry Carter will probably move into the picture soon, recovering from his leg injury, but the appear- ance of Dick Russell, letterman fullback..will be lacking for some ville last week. Snohomish will time Russell's nose iniurv still present a good, to.ugh club, with hampering the battering back. weight in [ne right spots ano . . ......... ' " n ' Larry Iviunizza and Ralph Pis- goofl running amnty, lne ~'a - t rese '- wi .......... +h~,~,o laarl tht~ lomcr, to in =~nrina I o , Kno ng erie aDlll[y O[ [fie ................ 6 ........... h mi h s .... ....... h ~ urth inI~n o s quaa are not giving out rank no Dexter t an io (. ' ~ m an inch to the favored Pan- aeIense, thers. They both believe that an Eagle win is a distinct possibil- ity. Breaks will probably decide the game's outcome, and this game will be close. When asked about Danny West, elusive Pan- ther back who is averaging over 200 yards a game from scrim- mage, Munizza stated that he would have to earn his yardage, will have a lot to say about who believing the Eagle's detense ca- !finishes where when the season pable of repulsing any ground is over. Munizza's hustling elev- effort thrown at them by the Red en could even finish on top them- and White eleven. rightSelveS'spots.with Aa winfeW breaksFriday in theI Our prediction for this coming wuld'Friday, it will be mighty lonely in Arlington about 8:00 p.m. o. Jr. Hi Loses To Snohomish you protect it with . . . l PERMANENT 3.75 GoI. Arlington's Jr. Hi football team their 1953 Snohomish County Junior High League sea- son last Thursday, dropping a 14 to 0 decision to Snohomish on the Arlington field. Coach Ed Korsboen's green eleven failed to show much of an offensive spark but did put up a fairly good defensive game. Snohomish, spearheaded by a big line and just as bi~ a back- field, opened the scoring on the first scrimmage play of the day, Don Raines galloping seventy some yards around his right end to score. The conversion was good and the Panther Kittens had a 7 to 0 lead. The two clubs battled it out on even terms until mid- way in the final period when the winners put on a sustained drive that ended with Wavnel [Wright scoring from the five. !Again the conversion was good. Arlington's taCkling, which. looked good against J a n e. Addams Jr. Hi the previous week, failed to live up to expectation. The Eaglets blocking was weak and ineffective, twice enabling the Panthers to block Arlington punts. Tommy Santeford, an eighth grader, was Korsboen's main offensive threat the back running well and hard. Arlington's next home game will be against North Jr. of Ever- ett Thursday, Oct. 25, at 3:30. A league contest with Monroe Jr. Hi is scheduled for the night of Oct. 22, a Thursday. It will be the night contest for an Arling. ton Jr. Hi football team and will give parents an opportunityto watch their boys in action. A !small admission charge will be made. Lineup for the Snohomish game: Glen Hurn .................................... RE Denny Jones ................................ RT Melvin Borseth ............................ RG Denny Duskin ................................ C Ron Russell .................................. LG Kenny Wesson ............................ LT Frank Russell .............................. LE Vance .................................... Q :Stan Turkovitch ........................ RH Tommy Santeford ...................... LH Glen Melum .................................... F Subs: David Gentry, Danny Jones, Jim Ballard, Dennis Miller REGULAR 1.50 Go,. Drivstuen Secretary . Of Dads' Association Washington state College, Pull. man, Oct. 12~At the annual bus- Imess meeting of the State C91. lege of Washington's Dads' asso- ciation, new officers were select. ed. The meeting, which took place Saturday, Oct, 10, was held in the Compton union. The.newly elected are: Presi- der}t, Dr. Howard Beardmore, Pullman, who is chairman of the PRESTONE 3 75 Per And ZEREX ........ * Gal. Beat the first freeze and the last minute rush--Come in to- day, let us drain, flush, and refill the cooling system of your car with highest quality Ed's Anti.Freeze. You'll get dependable all-weather -pro- tection all winter at low cost. ARLINGTON department of veterinary clinical medicine and surgery; vice- president, Arthur Nordang, Pat- eros; secretary, Iver Drivstuen, Arlington; and treasurer, Clare Dobler, Everett. The speakers for the associa- tion were: President C. Clements French, and associated student body president, Peter Weston Dayton, Ohio. JIM CREEK H. D. 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