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PAGE EIGHT THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARI,IN(;TON. WASHINGTON, TIIURSI)AY, N( Y. 26, 1953. I Darrington To Be Three Eagles Make Strong Contender JAil-Northwest Team ~ 9~ Three of Arlington's second In B League !pl ,cofinishers made the All- Dar~rmg~)r~'SLggv~l'.Ve._ s;_ ~each~d Northwest Football team as ),e- by .... ......... ~gr- lected Monoay night by a panel up In me InlCK OI [nlflgS 11. l-ulllu ~ ..~ m- ~b "" a h .... being cast around by other ~ustt3n;l~n30 fCer?" fJillmd gernlrngi coaches bear fruit. Simmons was greeted by a cast of eleven'letter- of the Eagles, playing quarter- back on offense and operating men in his squad of twenty-four turning out for the team. After several weeks of turning out, the following are temporarily on the first team, letterm-en Scott Pards, John Tiland, Duane Clark, Ger- ald Green, Darryl Smoke, Duane Sanford, Daryl Edwards, Roland Mount, Billy Green, and Kenneth Estes and Larry Gilbert. Gilbert is a former Arlington Jr. Hi star. Making up the rest of the squad are Billy Robinson, Dick Noble, Chuck Jones, Jay Hyde, Ron Adams, Jackie Bates, Bob Noble, Daryle Whittal, Danny Bates, Ron Baker, and Carter Barker. O Jr. Hi Basketball Schedule Announced Coach Ralph Pistorese, busy getting his Jr. Hi squad in shape to defend their title won in 1952- 53, gave out the Eaglets' schedule today. Limited to twelve games by a state ruling, the local Jr. Hi'~ will play ten league games plus a pair of non-conference tilts with Twin City. The Snohomish County "A" League will be com- posed of Arlington, Monroe, Sno- homish, Marysvile, and North and South Jr. of Everett. The league schedule for Arling- ton is as follows: Dec. 10, Thurs.--Monroe at Arl. Dec. 18, Fri.---Arlington at So. Jr. Jan. 7, Thurs.--Marysville at Arl. Jan. 14, Thurs.--No. Jr. at Arl. Jan. 22, Fri.---Arlington at ,no. Jan. 29, Fri.---Arl. at Monroe. Feb. 4, Thurs.--South Jr. at Arl. Feb. 12, Fri.---Arl. at Marysvitle Feb 18, Thurs.--Arl. at North Jr. Feb. 25, Thurs.--Snohom'sh at Arl All of Arlington's home games will be played on Thursday, with the starting time set at 4:00. Games away from home wilb be played on Friday, with the excep2 tion of North Jr., which game will also be played on Thursday. ~), More Steelhead Waters Available This Year out of a guard slot on defense, won the nod for one of the guard spots. Larry Olson, junior center, rook over that spot on the all-star aggregation. Olson did most of the team's punting and per- formed from a line.backer posi- tion on defense. Dick Borseth. senior triple-threat half-back, won one of the four backfield po- sRions. Borseth operated smooth- ly all season, was a threat on every play, climaxing the scor- ing activities with a 93 yard punt return against Marysville. In addition to the first team, Arlington placed four men on the .~econd team, with the entire right :Ado of Arlington's line making dm grade. Dan Johnson, guard; Dick Schuh, tackle; and Rudy I'homsen, end; all won second team berths. John Larson, Coach Larry Munizza's sophomore full. back, won that spot on the second team selections. Mary Taylor, Senior scatback, won an honor- "able mention, giving the Eagles eight men on the selections. ALL-NORTHWEST TEAM Player School Pos. WL Robinson Ed. RE Sr. 190 Van Putter Burl. RT Sr. 195 Tjeerdsma Burl. RG Sr. 170 Olson Arl. C Jr. 185 Corning Arl. LG Sr. 145 Hansen Mary. LT Sr. 175~ B. Lashua Ed. LE St. 180~ W. Lashua Ed. QB Jr. 170 Borseth Arl. RH Sr. 105 West She. LH Jr. 170 McLaughlin Burl. FB Sr. 175 SecondTeam Timmsen Arl. RE Jr. 175 Schuh Arl. RT St. 210 o nso. ? Dowen 170 McKennon Sno.. LG Sr. 155 Harvey Ana. LT Sr. 190 Poppe M.V. LE Sr. 175 Hcbbs M.V. QB Sr. 160 Berentson Ann. RH St. 170 Francin Ann. LH Jr. 215 ~arson Arl. FB So. 180 Honorable Mention: O'Brien (Mary), Taylor (Arl.), Northrup ~Sno.), Man's (Ana.), Sinton ,no.), Dutfy (M.V.), Turner (Burl.), Bitse~f (Burl.), Baltha- .or (Aria.), Beasley (SW), Rob--' ~n~on (Ed.), Stone (Ana.), Dahl- quist (Sno.), Gaymon (Ed.), Eis- Seattle, No','. 23~Under the winter steelhead program of the ses tM.V.)', Esavs (Burl.), Stew- State Game Department, many ut (SW : .... ), and PetrLh (Ana.). streams are now annually carry- Also select d war the " ing runs of these big rainbows in ;o reoresent ~his disetrict fnan~xrS: excess of the number required to ~;o.,,~ a,, qt~t.... All Pit, .~l.~etl perpetuate their yearly migra- "Y ..... ~.,- ............ -.~-: .... - ...... sic. Nominated by the coaches in nuns As a resmr a number or - . " ' v "' n o ened b order of tnew preferences was Ed- new waters na e oee p Y ~ n ......... " " " f r ~ro as nne enu t~oolnson t~ur- tile State Game Commission o 1" *o ~' -" ;' ' ' "' -" ; ...... ~ng~ ~ s Olg, orulsmg tackle, ~,nter ilsnlng an(] many omer '- ~ , . ....... Van Putten and Arlington's ace, streams nave nan auamonai ' ............ [Dick Borseth. The names of the l'[ontfls oI angling acloeo Io [Peltm'n ~Ai --+--*~^ ~+~+-- ' ' I no..A..ees w,llgu tu u~c btl:tt172 nornlaJ re,,ular seasons , . ,:- " .... Iooardfor furtherselection and Among the 141 waters nstea m .n,..h,~. tlle Winter Fishing ~ amphlet Io:'1~ 1553-M, the following previously O. ll / O/ * ciosed streams are o~ened to win. iDieelneaa Dnowlnf tar fishing: Entiat,'Liltle Quil-t.. . . _ "~ cane, MetLov.% Wenatchce and[~llrlv irl S[ream.x Yakima rivers; a~Snow creek, I .... d ............ in Jefferson county. Streams on Seattle. Nov. 23 -- At least 3 which additional waters ha.,e weeks earlier than normal, the been made available to anglers ,., ,m-ce-,,.. , s :n:n- The 64 page booklet, intended ltwo states. as a guide for the individual[ "T e unexnectod dom~nd fr~r - _ ' ,, , , _h ........................ prospecior an(] small placer own- tho nnrnnh|o~ " V~n q,~h~l,-~_,n BY Booklet in Demand er was written by Donald L Mas-'sai-d""s'hows~'h~''~== ':ff:Y:~":='; ' t , t ................. son, chairman of the taming de-is still interested in seeking the Bltt QUAKI Washington State College, Pull. ipartment, in answer to many re- nrecious metals of tho oarth " man. Nov.fi4.--A second editionlquests about placer mining ini_~ ..... ___ ": ....... _~"" --'-~- nas Dean round to be necessaryIthe Northwest no ~ . . g~l .r in the bulletin 'Small Scale Pla- The book gi\'es tide prospective 100 Late to t,laSSlly o,.oo,er Mining which is issued bylmetal hunte many tips for his Win the Washington State Institute of lsearch ,,,as noted by Dean Spiel-Ift)~ ~,ALt~---Z recycles, ooys ann Technology, announced J. D. man. Included in its chapters are lgin s, . $7.00 . each..Bleacnea Sp.ielman, dean of the school of Ithe physical properties of placer/ walnut panel oea, ~tx.uu. al~ ! The Arlington rifle team won mines at the State College oflmaterials formation of nlacer[ Them and Dunnam. Phone their first match of the year last~ Washington. i deposits, and prospecting for pla-/_1584" _~ Thursday night, Nov. 19, in de, Dean Spielman said that thelcers. The bulletin contains tope-[FOR RENT--3 3-room modern feating the East Stanwood club response to the bulletin's first lgraphical maps of Washington[ house, wired for electric range, by a very close score on the lat- ter's range. The local club, a lit- edition, was so great, that.a see-land Oregon, showin~ locations oft has electric hot water tank. At tie rusty after the long summer end edition was needed. ~all known p~,acer deposits in the' Bryant. $30.00 per month. this year include the North Fork, Skvkomish river; Clallam, Clear- water, Dungeness and Green river.. A large harvest of steelhead is not : nHcip;~ted from the central Washington streams opened for rr winte" fi-:nin~,, but an increase for tl)~? pa:it several years in the counl of stcelhead going over the Rock !Mend dam led fishery vacation, had to put on the steam to come out victorious with a 1890 to 1880 score. It was any- one's match up to the last shot. Clayton Grant led the Arling- ton team with his 381 score, while Elmer Whitney was high for Stanwood with 382. The scores were as follows." Arlington-- Clayton Grant ...................... 381 Gil Russell ............................ 380 Ben Knudson ........................ 380 Chet Bluemke ........................ 378 Lloyd Hartley .... : ................... 371 management men to recommend openmg of these streams to pro- vide mid-state sportsmen with lo- cal steelhead angling. W~ters to which two months or more of angling have been add- ed beyond the last year's season Total .................................... 1890 East Stanwood--- Elmer Whitney . ................... 382 Jerry Jansen .......................... 380 Elmer Sigerstad .................. 378 Ed Bryant .............................. 371 Nels Bodin .............................. 369 Total .................................... 1-~i O Twenty-Four Football Players Win Letters Coach Larry Munizza has an- nounced that twenty-four Eagles earned a letter during the past football season. The list is head- ed by eight seniors. Arlington will have fifteen lettermen back for next season, which will be an excellent nucleus for another winning team. The following made their letter last season: Ru- dy Thomson, Dick Erickson, Dave Dezotell, Duane Smith D i c k Schuh, Bill Kline, Gerald Hendry,[ Dan Johnson, John Dennis, Dick Borseth, Dale Hurn, Larry Olson, .......... ~=-A2. _ _ ~.,t~&~.~ ~. APARTMENT FOR RE] Willey, 5th and McLO 1604. Fo- S-2L --b--nne wooi $15.00, one oil heater,I McCullough chain s[ FOR RENT--2-bedroo~ menfi unfurnished. De! er. 518 MeLeod Ave. make G. I. loans. 1 100 per cent to the ( ~;10,000. Either in town. Lathrop Ins. A Olympic Ave. Phone ington, Wash. Gary Duskin, Jim Corning, John Jacobsen, John Larson, Dick Rus- sell, Lyle Lindqui~st, Ed Borseth, BI6 S|LECTl~M-Because we handle so many Jerry Carter, Mary Taylor, Pat cars, you've got a better chance of finding Connacher, .Lyle Nysether, and the right used car at the right price, on out lot. Ron Forshier. Managers making letters wereMarion Taylor, Fred- Now you can get New Car Driving Confidence, at a used car price rickson, and Rasmussen. 0 In Arlington - Phone 1344 KILLOUGH ,CLEANERS /or EXPERT CI,EANING Your Protection For OR ONE YEAR (Whichever Comes Firsq Eve. 7:15 p.m., Sat. Mat. 2 p.z~ Joel McCrea - Evelyn Keyes "SHOOT FIRST" CO-FEATURE "RAIDERS OF THE SEVEN SEAS" (Technicolor) John Payne. Donna Reed SUN.-MON .... NOV. 29-30 Gene ~arry - Ann Robinson 'WAR OF THE WORLDS' In Technicolor Call BILL HALL Sales Manager, Ph. 2791 DON BACKSTROM Vice-President, Ph. 1771 DEAN SNYDER Sales, Ph. 1771 ED HUNTER, Darrington Sales, Ph. 671 for particulars-- How.to enjoy Christmas with gifts for your family and friends with--- vanguard of winter-run steelhead EXCELLENT RATING! are beginning to show in several1 : , CARLIFE ,4reams on the west side bf the _;, .......... ~ Cascades. A number of bright fishiau~'~''~*u .... ~'~'" "'- Were seen in lower Sees creek, lCornell Wilde - Constance Smith 52 Customline 6 Fordor near Auburn, within recent days.I "~IE_A_ITTI~I~ nl~' ~l~r~ Fordomatic, heater, ,160 and a few have been taken in thel ~..~.-~.~,~.~ v~.- ~ ,,,~s lower Green river, in the extend-[ GOLDEN CONDOR exceptionally clean ..t2t~ ed trout fishing season on this[ In Technicolor stream. [ ..... '52 Customline V8 Other streams in which neW ITHUR.-FRI.-SAT... DEC. a-4-5 Club Coupe winter-run fish have been noted include the Samish and Quilla- ,,~EJhn Payne - Jan Sterling Coupe, radio, heater, $1~715 yute rivers. Whether or not these VANQUISHED" seat covers ................. /.L symptoms augur a good run in In Technicolor NO PAYMENTS UNTIL FEBRUARY With trimmings and gToceries for your Christmas dinner. '51 V8 CUSTOM FORDOR, radio, 1295 heater .................... "50 V8 CUSTOM FORDOR, '52 Customline V8 Fordor Overdrive, radio, $1770 heater .......................... A-1 TRUCKS & PANELS radio, -$995 heater ....................... -. '50 V8 CUSTOM $~[~ FORDOR .................. "52 CHEVROLET DELUXE LEET NE, '1575 ,radio, heater .......... '49 FORDOR D E L U X E S LINE DELU=, '925 radio, heater ..... : .... '52 HUMBER HAWK FOR- Don. Beautiful' '11(W. interior .................... ~ ~ ~u~.~ "51 PLYMOUTH CLUB CPE. CO- FEATURE: "TORPEDO ALLEY" Mark Stevens Dorothy Malone the streams for opening date on December 6 remains to be seen. o Use Times Classified Ads-- for th-- -se effeettve econommal include the following: Calawah,[ __ '.~,___ aomic~ . Coweeman, Dungeness, Elwha, times while angling Grand Ronde, Hoko, Humptulips, fish. 7 All the latest toys pictured in natural colors--New ideas for Christmas pres- ents for the children. See Our Complete Line ,of Toys Queets, Satsop, Sol Due, Toutle and Wynooche rivers. One month of increased angling days was added to the Cispus, Little White Salmon, Pu~allup, Skokomish Touchet and Tucannon and to Duncan, Hamilton, (Walla Walla), Rock (Skamania) and Woodard creeks ~tl~si~ ngn Stilly A net increase of 15 days ang- ling has been added to the fol. lowing streams: Green, Quinalt, ,amish, Skykomish, Snoqualmie, PICKUP ........................ ll O 1950 V8 F-3 V4-TON $1n PICKUP ........................ IU~U 1948 F.I PICKUP '715 1947 4-WHEEL DRIVE EEP .............................. '695 1946 PANEL. An excel- '510 lent unit ........................ North Fork Stlllaguamish Tilton rivers. Miscellaneous changes in waters listed in the Winter Fish. ins regulations include the Quil- layute and Nisqually rivers; and ' Pi]ehuck, Salt and Salmon (Clark county) creeks. The extended March seasons in effect last year have been removed from the Dosewallops and Duckabush riv- An exceptional $1295 car ............................ '51 FORDOR. Radio, heater, overdrive, a car 'IA~ to be proud of ........ .t.~o '48 TUDOR, excellent con- dition, recon- '795 ditioned motor ........ WITH '48 FORDOR, radio, heater ............ $~O ,. ,'ORDOR, '695 radio, heater ............ "4e CONVERTIBLE. New top, reconditioned $575 motor ........................ Take advantage of our , LAY-AWAY PLAN ors, and Williams creek. Reduced waters apply to the Sekiu and Willapa rivers. An innovation for the forthcom- ing season is the 12 inch mini- mum size limit on steelhead as well as trout, a change from the 16 inch minimum size for steel- head heretofore in effect. Details of the above changes in winter regulations are contained in the Winter Fishing pamphlet, and anglers are urged to secure and have with them this infor- mation at all times. It should be remembered, too, that steelhead punch cards are required to be in the angler's possession at all WINKES HARD WARE ARLINGTON, WASH. 1941 CHEW. 6-WHEELER A good usable $895 truck 1935 PICKUP, S85 as-is Specials FORD6 $ FORDOR .... MERCURY $ CLUB CPE. BUICK $ SUPER .......... 194 OLDSMOBILE DOR, radio S heater, FORD 8 S CLUB COUPE CHEVROLet radio, heater .......... 194 ANGLIA $' SEDAN ........ FORD 8 $ CLUB CPE... FORD "6" New paint, $ heater .......... '42 FORD 6 TUDOR .... 1 '41 FORD CPE., R. & '41 PLYMOUTH CPE... '40 DODGE FORDOR .. '39 MERCURY new paint .......... Your car will never be worth mor, and we are offering top trade-in allowance for yours NOW. We are not the Biggest--Not the Sharpest--Not the Smoothest--- WE ARE-- AN HONEST, ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON