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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON WASHINGTON, THURS., OCT. 29, 1953. PAGE THREE OF ARLINGTON'S GREATEST TEAMS---Larry Munizza, head coach, and Ralph Pistorese, assistant coach, have shown by the ability to tutor (and inspire) their squad to ever greater heights of teamwork, precision and scoring power. The above the 1953 Eagles as follows: row, L. to R.: Gary Dttskin, Dale Hurn, Rudie Thompson. Dick Schuh, Dan Johnson, Larry Olson, John Dennis, Gerald Erickson, Bill Klein, Dave Dezotell. row--Larry Munizza, Duane Smith, Pat Connacher, Jerry Carter, Jim Corning, John Larson, Dick Borseth, ~darv Taylor, Ron !, $ack Larson, Ed Borseth, Richard Hughes, Ralph Pistorese. Rasmussen, Denis Frederickson, Lyle Nysether, Lyle Lindquist, Denny Hammerly, Don Kline, Gary Mose, Ray Peak, lares, Bill Jacobs, Ken Hutchins, Alan Vroman, Dee Roberts, Wayne Richardson, Monty Nbss, George Carlson, Marion Courtesy Arlington High School. h Friday night win. as several players make any team in the t backs Don McGhee, l, Dean Ledford, and Is. Their line is bul- :he play of Hanson the Toma- not too deep, with on- head. two players on their Eight seniors will be perforrn- it ;d out that only ing for the Jast time before a a time, and their home audience. Backs Jim Corn- is potent, ing, Dick Bometh, and Marvin st danger tO the men Taylor will slSike the local turf is a contented" feel- forthe, l~t tirtie. Linemen Dicki ; e bout by successive Schuh, Dan. Johnson, Ron For- ,nq,homish and Ana-fshier, Dick Ericks0rr, and Bill to mention vic~0~ies]Kline will make their entrance ~Jty, Bellevue,'. Bur- land exits before what should be edr Woolte~ Thislthe ,biggest home crowd of the well earned~ "bu t 1953 season. GETCHELL Mrs. Willis Hilde, corr. Telephone 21i~ m Ill n B|LL QUAKE Mr. and Mrs. Vic Donaldson visited at Bill Kluins' , [Saturday evening. ,....~. ~...IArlh~tongeconds Little Francis Marie Scott, = daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Lose 27 to 26 Scott, had the honor of winning a baby contest, sponsored by a [lnm'"'r'"er to n ett"ver--" studio from Portland. Prizes were an 8x10 tinted portrait aaad a $25 Eagles, winners shouldn't be indulged in until[ ... . . ........ war bond. the season is o er. It Y ........... Johnny Larson underwent a their seven games v was onl tq~ymg at Arlington rest ~v~ort- t v g wh Arlin~ ]nay night t~oacn r~aipn risker- season, will play _we ~ears aoo en an o- ." to team with a high re~ard for[ese's Arhngton Seconds lost to tonsilectomy on Tuesday. me game of the sea- n .~ .~ day night. October themselves attempted to take a the. Everett.Baby Gulls by an eye- Miss Carrie King was hon- vr~-~ville team in stride andJlasn, me rmai count reaamg z t ored at a bridal shower at the ng an up and corn- ...~..~ , ~ . [e squad. Barring a was upset to the tune of 6 to 0. It.2; was one of the finest Veterans hall in Marysville on Triday night. HOstesses were A1 g g - . upset, the Eagles r in ton waltzed throu h An exnlomons oi oIIenmve ~ootoaii thei~ seventh game acortes last Friday with but twolseen thus season, both squads Mrs, Evelyn Berg, Mrs.~ Mildred Da o coming through w~tn excmng Ness, Mrs. Mary Anderson, Mrs. injuries, n J hnson, stellarBetty Jean Lindborg. Miss King ( Brantgan's ~roma- guard and Mary Taylor, explo- runs a ndplays..Except for Dire, will4haarry Bob Jones of Tulare, 1" ~ f ,l~:verett OaCK, Arnngton woula finally won their sJve halfback fa hn v ct]m to ... e in'ur "inx Johnson's in uryl have won hands down Dire Calif., on November 14. of the season last p Yto' ke p him from p{ay]Cunted three times on runs of Rev and Mrs R Suprunowski aing Mt.. Vernon 25 not i t over 65 yards an exciting contest, ing, but "it is poss ble hat he l returned home from a month's lacks weight in his may not be used as much as us-I Everett opened the high-scor- vacation trip to Illinois, return- fl, but makes up for it ual. Taylor was yaring to go ,thel ing affair in the opening quarter ing via the southern route. They ]d hustle. The Toma- second half but was kept on the I after an exchange of punts, enjoyed dinner with Mr. and Mrs. .'oming along and will bench just to be on the safe side.]Schireman took a handoff and Audral Moreland on Sunday. ttle of it. Marysville With one of his finest squads, lblasted straight through the Robert Lee, son of Mb and good games against Co~ch Mu:fiz~a c tn just at out{middle for 55 yards and a score. Mrs. MarcusOLee, left for Texas an~ Anacortes before naiae eigheea ph yer~ with l:ttte]The try for point was snowed on Tuesday, where he will join ,to the larger squads, or no diftercnce notitceable in]under and the quarter score read the army air force. ,ht a big Bulldog the calibre of ball put out by thel6 to 0, Everett. Arlington got their Kent Larson accompanied Mr. Eagles. Carter played a whale oflpotent attack rolling in the sec- and Mrs. Roy Hovik and family a game after getting in-the ball]end period, With Pal Connacher to Seattle Friday, where they ga~e and Hum and Duskin arelleadi.~g the way, theEaglets.put attended the wedding .of Start aIso capable of displaying an out- together .. a pair o~ sustamea Boreson. standing brand of ball. WhOever drives to lead 14 to 6 at half- Mr. and Mrs. Pat Caudle vis. plays will probably catch the: time. Cor~naclier scored the first ited Mr. and Mrs. John Caudle on fiery spirit of C~rning, Borseth; touchdown on a sweep of right Sunday. and Johnson and play over their end from eight yards out. He skirted left end for the point. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bosworth Minutes later John Jacobsen were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. tossed a twelve yard pass to and Mrs. Rudy $edow in Everett. Duane Smith, Smith making a Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carlson of circus catch of the aerial. Again Marysville .called On the Bill Connacher picked up the point. Klouins Sunday. Dire began to roll in the sec. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Larson and end half, taking the opening ~amily motored to Belling,ham on kickoff on a reverse and ramb- Sunday. ling 82 yards ~0r a score. The Mr. and Mrs, Fred Lindborg 0 point was made over the middle and Mr: a0d Mrs. E. E. S~vanson and the Arlington lead was trim. and their daughter', Mrs. Gan- .~ned to 14 "to 13. Later in the non, and John Lindborg of Ren- same period Dire again broke ton were Sunday guests of the i " Jr.H rlin~ton ~s boose, this time from scrimmage, Jack Lindborgs in Marysville. traveling 65 yards on a jaunt Mr. and Mi's, E, A, Kiefer vis. k,A through, center, and again the ited friends at Eerndale Sunday. 10nr0e 6-0 gain- point ~as good. Arlington tied Mrs. Willis Hilde motored to at Arlington last (;ontinued from Page 1) the game up early in the fourth Monroe on Tuesday, where she ~ight before a good in six jaunts~ an "average of 10.61quarter, driving so~e sixty yards, attended a party at the home of Coach Ed Korsboen'slyards- Jerry Ca~ter, playing Tay:~ttle p'ayoff being a pitch from Ja- her sister, Mrs. Larry Fleming. lost a 6 to 0 decjsion llor s spot, sportea an average o~lcobsn to Lyle l~sether, Jacob. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Olcott and Mountaineers The J5 yards with forty'yards gained l sen "faking beautifullY on the Judy motored to Auburn Satur. regular scheduled lin five tril6s, Jack Larson ~cked lplay. The try for point Was stop. dayJo visit with her parents, Mr. ntv Junior HighlUp three yards and Pat C~nna-lped and t he~core read tv~enty all. and Mrs. Iver Hlld~. It'was the fourth lcher nine in their single efforts. I Again it Was Dlre's turn, and the o for Arlington. . Berentson ted Anacortes in rush-Ifleet back ran the ensuing kick- , .... '~" ~'~-,-rcls followed by[tiff back 75yards for another SISCO HEIGHTS Scoreless first period ,~ ......~'- , - . ~,o a~ ~n,~ ' v touchdowi% and again the tr .~rated the only seer- ~vt ......... Francin s se en-[ --' . Y Mrs. Willi~ Hilde, corr. ....... n~ /was goeS, this point proving to be the evening midway ~f~,'ton's two ~uards. Dan [the winning margin Arlin ton Telephone 2117 ~d period; A sweep ........ - s g Helen Underwood entertained Ington's right end, Johhson and ,John Dennis, an Everett drive deep in a group of her friends over the ...... e~ men g "| week-end. They included Gloria ~y some yards, en~ t~,~ b v in Arlin fon's de their territory, Jacobsen inter. i e and hme ceptmg a pass in hm own end It was the only see fensive alignpaent. T m" , l . : Atkins, Linda Kackman, Glenda ~g ..... ~-'~'-~ .... the two piled up Anacortes zone and..getting out to the one Clauson, Millie Loth and Burna ....... ~,,~ ~,rr,,l,~n attack They yard line vefore being tackled A Pulliam. failed to show any- ~" ........ ~, ...... - ,1, the Eaglets were ably assisted by Dick Sehuh, penalty put Arlington_99 yards Mr. and Mrs. Fay Shank ~o,-~ nl d ,a fine away Item the ~verett goal line 'eaten seriously. "~-s*~ tackle, who ,. aye ..... , showed improve- defensive game, being in on] out the r~aglets drove every bit of Cherryville, Ore., are now 1 --..,~ ..n most of the tackles. Bill Kllne, the way. Passing from behind his onotheirp_roperty north of That's right ladies t With every women's coat purchased 3efore Thanksgiving, Nov. 26. we are'giving away ab- solutely free a corn-fed broadbreasted 12 lb. turkey all :lressed and ready for your oven. Come in tomorrow and pick out your new coat from our generous selection. TO