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i THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON WASHINGTON, TtIURSDAY, DEC. 10, 1953. PAGE ! --~------'--"" , " SLIDE ON MARSH ROAD T-- I Ea les a, Sum s I ' a -N0)ksack Punch Cards Vztal A small slide occurred on the, m lly ,I o IT. M n ,..m nf Kellogg harsh Road, near the 1 p __ --- ---- -- II~m- ~ "I an-n R 4 }JaY ~.,~.z~,.*--~as~6,~.a~-,+ j ...... Harvey place on Tuesday the. 1 m -- -- BULL QUAKEI+lnts trte IV Nile, ue,.11 [ Sea.,+ Dec .--Some snorts-shoulder on +e s/de -- " ' ' " ' ce way one to tne connnueQ . men fall to reahze the lmpor~an. ' . . ] Arlington Eagles, wmners of er, and the South where Snoho-I~f th.i ....... h o--~ w+th ro~ rams. Commtsmoner Sam Krae~ - v strut ht ractice amestake m]shand Edmonds are showing . said that it was not necessa~' t~ o g P g , tzon to game and fish manage- . " " in mgns of strength, it could be that ' " " n to close the road but warmng Arhneton Wallops to the road agam this camg Arlington will be overlooked in meat pohc]es according to Da ...... ' . -- 1 -- "" " --" -- ~' Friday night when they travel[the m~ddle ,e tho l,~u- ~-~ ,~,,lllBarnett biologist and statistician signs an~ tlgn)s wefe_pu~- 0UL. -- on ...... ~ " --'~ ~" " ' t ~nale rOCK was UUlIIpUtl l[| tll~ [--- " i~HPVll~ ~4 f~ ]~ to Sumas-Nooksack to take [a few surnrises of +*'-;r'-w*" (for the State Game Departmen .............. ~|~.~ ~ ............ .. Nooksack Valley High in another[ ~,-,.v ............... ["The figures compiled from shoe on,weonemay to mrengta- ~|~r Coach Ernie audwiek's Arnng-[non.league affair The Eagles[._ -~~ __-" _ Ipunch card returns," said Bar- en me snoumer. r'-" [ton Eagles opened their 1953-54 have dumped Bellevue and nosed M,=w,b,~A ~t~lL~...] I nett, +"form the basis for our . o ... [Arlingtc Eagles traveled shot was short. [basketball season last FridaYlout Mt Baker in their two starts LUai~CU LJtCCi.CaU game management policies, to- h~ AUm~ton" - Phone.~,~ |in~ la~t ~turdav night Tension High I night by overpowering Bellevue S[and hope to make it three ]~^:--.. D^| .... J gether with the results of our an- ~th~.uu~_ ~L~..~ [ ~',~ -* ..... ~ : ' Both coaches tried to calm[visiting Wolverines 64 to 35. A[straight which is a tough assign-[~C"i~ |~ClC~U t nual game kill questionnaires."t ............ ~or, .....,.. tmeae?r~ec2n~nn'~7~i~r" their clubs during the interm}s./surprisingly large crowd w~nes-/ment in the small gymns of[ Seattle Dec 7---25,000 one and] "With the results of punch]---~~~- U.,=.,,, t--.~ :.-.--=:-- -~: ~ion but Mt Baker fans were in/sea a smoom WOrKlng r~ag~e/Whatcom Loumy. ~ - .o' " ..... ~eard and ouestionnaire tabula-'ana seasons to insure maxlrava~ r~u~:~ry~n~ng[nnedYna~ an uproar, as were the well.rep-]quintet pull away inthe second[ Ernie Ludwick, head coach at[ne'naikyear o).fl, steeineaa are!tions checl~ed against each oth-lharvests consistent,, with ~. _hh~:.~2+L".:~...~.:~o w~ resented Eagle adherents, ana]penou mr me~r lop-sl~ea v~c~ory.]Arlington, is still looking for a[~emg released mls week m meier,, he contmued, "we have a]game management. ~a'nd-f'ort., seconds done in was tied at forty all. With se "[son s foul shot opened the s -~berth with his hustling back-lent of Hatcheries |migrant sized fish in the Samish,Game Protector, hunting llt~ ~n~'~"~ ".'~:.~ tlm~ w~.~ the ands to go Quall connected with]son's scoring for Arlington buqboard work and good scoring eft] These fish, now of migrant lwill materially assist in main'[dealer, or mailed direct to t]~ ~t."lea~in~,~. s'~)ectat'ors~_ and a one-hander, and then theMoun-[Bellevue's, making" " defense hot-]forts, although at Baker he falledtsize," will perform a two-foldltainlng the almost phenomenal]Game Department by hl~ ~]i~:n~.'" tameers got a break The om was/tled up the ~ag,~e mmCK ezzee-[to take several good snots zrom|function in their new environ-lrun of wil~ter fish in this heavily and attaching a 3 cent stamp. L.]"" _ .......testterrific as Mt. Baker got a zast[tively. Arlingtons .husthng oe-/the key in his efforts to passthe[ment. First, they are bein~ re-lfished stream, from which overlThe cards are self-addressed. ]g ton openeu tny c~,om break underway Midway down|lense countered with a tougnlball to teammates Erickson zs a[leased about 3 to 4 months ahead]3 000 steelhead were taken dur- Have you returned yous~ roCK ~ to ~ ieao as ~ ....... ~ tl ...... the court what sounded l~ke a barrier of their own and the open-|fine team player. Tom Enckson [of the normal time and will pro ling last year's season not do it now' ..... whistle could be heard above the~mg quarter ended m a low scor-[Jumor forward has seared well/vide fish biologists with fi-ures/ eksv. fuu.d the range . . ' , ~ " - + ' " ;Pd?ars Ar/dn 'n adef sS sa:ita:c:ke/ nt t:tt 8?e?;: ieka n {le e dmwS:! /ls 2[r: S[at:utg me isAbisg fafft dF ff ]l DR. W. GLENN BIFFER OPTOMETRIST [ [~X,~ +h,~;~ -~enin~, con-[zaddck nonchalantly .. , [the second . _ ~ [so quick and "kes to d " Y " [release will relieve over-crowd-/I ~ ! E_'_ ...... 7:t. ~__~ L....,d Iball to Ran Erickson, all mane;was content with his own smr~-[defensive man for lay-ups conditions at Game Depart-[[ ~ur x ~o^m~n~z HO~RS ! ..~re,a raD!a noln~,~.~lunder his basket, Erickson lookeoling five. The strategy worKe~|is natural rivalry between me|ment hatcheries and provide/I ~xa, l~V~a.~x.,~ ..... Phone ! p-co a leao.~wt. ~a,~c~)~2lat the officials the official looked]for Arlington the Eagles build-[ two brothers, but a team could| needed room for the growing fish|l BRACY BUILDING ~:~o a.m. to o p.m. ,.,. | r at all wim a z~ to '. .,. ' ]rat the .n ..........~ back and Enckson hemtantly mg up a 24 to 13 lead at half-]stand five of this type of players]on hand + t[ 121 Olympic Av, e. Closed Tuesdays oJ.Ol [ I~iill ~n f~41i ~~i ~!il I Further the plantlnl;A IRYM W,~I~T ~ i on Enckson Mt ~on+. E.r. ..... ' +--" -ut tolertime period. Quall lofted, up aI lead behind the work of Tom and lalso, one of the finest set shots|,l J dF dr~a~i~L$$V~[~L ~ r; ,re_w=, ~r,,,,: .... Ishot that was off to the side andlnlo~, ~rickson and the surpris-[on the club. Dick Borseth Senior,1 1 [~er thezr margin. . .. ]Mt Baker recovered the rebound.linglv good r~lav of Dick Schuh.lguard, zs the fourth man on the | l ~aker counted early~n me]Ran Erickson found his favorite,~i~d~va~ of {his period Ludwick[club. Borseth is a hustler and[| ~a~a ~m~ ~~ ~~m~ ~ ~ | nod to rab 25 to zo ano . g . s ot and cast off with a one-lbegax~oem~tv~hisbenchbutthe[driver Always burning up the 1 IIIti lltlh INWIIIR.II ItS 1 P.+,':m to ........ fl p . . . . _ ............................. meeting, at which will be shown a motion picture on frozen semen, mad ! the end of the p " 'a corner Er " land is tough on rebounds The [a~n~uearter was a k c - , ........ ] ....... I .... h shot ~s bezn~ ooatested zn all ~'~/,'(5~t~~ ]~ on A.B.S. Proved Sires and thmr Mxlkmg Daughters--- ! no k ickson all alone in " Eagles hustled and worked the . . . - - " " s iCKSOn drove in ior me snot, ann boards very well, I)ICK ~rlcKson, ---- v ~ .+ [~f[ai'~Wlth both quintet ......... ;~ ----;--, Schuh ................ Pthreeway battle between Darrell l [~/~/~'~'>~I*~'~ ~ i I "zed on , " ntin are expected to carry their weight Was ton 36 to 30 Again Arlingtons attack waslbetween them, each con g ........ [l ADTICIOI1 DDI?ChIMI" l ['W~2sZ~rling "" ......................... well ,as me season gels oloer bcnunl. .~ ~ t~|.||Ill..lJ'~b J~IUNCa~L)|HU | a t e r S ' P " " ' huh is ~efiniteiy a welcome surprise v and he retaliated to knot]and Tommy Erickson contmued coached attack. Quail and Sc ...... : .... "]l | ~ dap~a late3 cutvlck was retty well spread ~ave u2ua~ eleven to ~eau ,~uuw,ca~ -, ...... " J a u, -- 6 all Dick Erick- their hot scoring spree with a doz-followed with ten and Dick Bor-l~- gaZsec~7i2n w[n?l Iai~r ismre:~g[| ! .[~Cked one down and agai'nler] apiece. Schuh followed with seth picked up nine in the even-/an~t tou"h ii~ the key No o~e I ~ ~ ~' ~'!~ I~1' ~ ~ ~ IlL ~ "~m, I |k tied-it at 38 all With nine crucial counters Dick Erick- ly spread totals. Jim Coming .~, ..... -." -II /~, li~ 1 _ llll I/ i 11" lb Ill/ l _ . , ...... " ...... , ...... ,.~.~ ,~^ ~,.~+ +. ,~ ~+cond~snoves me 22u pounaer arounolL dr~,d~ ll~q~ Wl~ ~ ,~ I ld~b~,$~,l I I Seconds remaining zau-,son nan six and t~orsetn Live. r~un +pa+~cu ut+ ~+,+o +..,,~ ++ + .~ +~. c ;... ;~ i - ur'+~ P ,a [Ollected two free ~hrows, Erickson of Mt. Baker was high half with his fiery play while the pc~(~on'e(~e21"~.'~or~ry~ng~n~l~ch~r~ | __ , | Ned them both The pres- for the night canning eighteen hook shots of Schuhbregs shook __ , ~ . " ._ , ... |l ~ r 111~m ~ ~ . m ~ ~asSedetg~nning to tell-Ar-lpoints, most of which came on up fans and players alike. [~e[inec~ntueS~:nepp.Slnnearn | al~~ , I controlled the ball the fi-)long one handed howitzers. Sent- ArlingtOn (64) Bellevue (35)] ,,,n,,,+4, court ~'o,,o " sleener[I o ~ ~t | ' |ands but tholr 1ant seeond'vick helped keep the Moumain- Ouall (10) .... f ....... Thees (1) 1. %,~u,: .... __? ...... .. ~ /! o ~.aa. ............ ~ - ~ -- ~ --~ .. _- iX', = ..... ,-, __ Cr~ I In ]he league rots season, t~o one u Borsem t~)..t ........ ~rlppcn tol _ . ,,~.. . ~,, . _ ~,a -: l . D. r ekson ] e ...... Male ad( 2))J P C l t[ tna eu wUee [I Sponsored by I I .............. i" " g h 3 coached teams are well coached st open the box and start tak,ng good p ctures ! :atPt'2it ZgiU:uat2Yl[ AIlICI 4 PWI II}C I:DUIPC son (2), Corning (5), Earnheart,]~,l.~o .~...,t II I,II~L-IklLI IWig ElL. ~] L'IIIII~L" I I-" e:,. rm en ,.+,_ ,..,+,+..., . .----,,,. ....., ,,_ __+ ___ .+,++..+ .~ .'-' -- +h cA~ ~,,,:ui,,+,, 2+ Bel [~-,~s ......... a~ t ............ /I vuerSB ranon;D__ na'_' 6h Strick-[ffv a eYeorWate_n, Yf l PAUL GREGORY, Technician PFIONE ARLINGTON 2735 ! land Ump)hlette--Anaeker(3)+ c ~c ~anu~m've"~u I' + !I Grant ' 'lseem to have the balance of pow-'~ ,,, Score by quarters ! ~i~}~!~}~!~.~!~':'.~i{~.~+!~.~i~'...~ Arlington .......... 8 16 21 19---64 ~-,+,+ Bellevue 2. ......... 8o~5 15 7----35 Reserve Dmde ~re's everything you need to atart taking good pictures right the start: easiest camera to use--the Argus 75--- hcludea the world's lets ou see the icture exactly h extra-large viewfinder that y p L~,OU'll take it--with film saving, double exposure prevention-- "~ a Precision synchronized plug-in flash unit--for black-and- ~uce and color pictures! ~J$~batteriea, flash lamps, film, carrying cabot And evorything Yottrs for only . .. $23.50. JOHNSON DRUG TELEPHONE 151 Announcing.... C. NICK BAKER C. Nick Baker is happy to announce that he is now selling new Chev- rolet cars and trucks and used cars and trucks for Westlake Chevrolet Co., Se- attle. Mr. Baker will continue+ to live at Lake Stevens for the present. He wishes to take this opportunity to thank his many friends for their past patronage and to solicit your future business as to your transportation needs. "FOR AMERICA'S BEST BUY AND Your BEST DEAL,' C. NICK BAKER At Westlake Chevrolet Co. First Two Games Arlington High School's Eag- lets found tough going in their game at Mr. Baker Saturday night The Reserves couldn't buy a bucket during the first half, be- ing held to five foul shots and trailing 14 to 5 at halftime. The Eaglets dumped in a couple of quick ones to cut the margin to 14 to 10 but folded seconds late~ as Mt. Baker regained their lead. Arlington trailed 22 to 12 at the thixd period mark and failed to threaten thereafter. Duane Smith paced the sophomore loaded Re- serves with nine points. In their opener against Belle- vue the Eaglets notched their first win of the season, a 39 to 23 affair. Coach Larry Munizza's squad spotted Bellevue the first basket and then held them score- less the rest of the period to lead 13 to 2 at the quarter. Arlington sported a 20 to 9 intermission margin and finished the contest with reserves. Duane Smith head- ed Arlington scoring with a doz- en points, followed by John Ja- cobson's ter~ and Gary Mose's t~ine. O JIM CREEK H. D. CHRISTMAS MEET The Jim Creek Home Demon- stration Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Wayt for the Christ- mas meeting on Thursday, Dec. 17th. There will be a program and exchange of gifts. Members are reminded to bring donations for the Christmas box. CHRISTMAS PARTY FOR SOCIAL WELFARE GROUP The Christmas party of Wash: ington Institute of Social Wel- fare will be held at 309 Burke Ave. at 12 noon on Friday, Dec. 18, with potluck lunch. Friends welcome. eers in the game with eleven, ten of which came in the torrid sec- ond half. Murray,+ one of the Mt. Baker starters, left the game early with a trick knee, the knee being injured in a loose ball scramble. This probably had a little to do with calibre of play of the lose}s. Starting line-ups: Arlington (44) Mt. Balce: (42) Quall (12) ........ f R. Erickson (18) D. Borseth (5)..f ........ :. Murray (1) D. Eriekson (6) c ............ Smith. (5) T.Ericksno (12) g .... Salisbury (4) Coming ............ g ...... Scutviek (11) Subs.: Arlington, Bergam, Schuh (9). Mt. Baker, Larson (3) Zaddock. "The easiest place in the Northwesl lo deal" Score by periods: Arlington 13 5 15 5 4 2---4, WESTLAKE AT EIGHTH,--- SEATTLE ~. Baker 10 11o 10 7 ~ 4 0---42 l~l'T, Tu 3~:J2 --Phone~-- SEATTLE, El 4122 Use Ti--'m--es Classified Ads -- effective, economical. "ROCKET" ENGINE Performance! You command the thrilling, high -compression power of the world -famous +Pe ,, ~ Rocket Engine. 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