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THE ARLINGTON TIMES, ARLINGTON, WASttlNGTON, TtlURSI)AY, 1)EC. 24, 1953. PAGE Wallop 42 to 23 Larry Munizza's Arling- .~rves racked up their Win in four starts as they the measure of the Cub ds 42 to 23. John Jacobsen, -~ Smith, and Jack Larson ~unted seven points to lead s scoring• McLennon se for Woolley. Arling- up a 22 to 14 lead at and was never in (42) Sedro (23) !2 :::L:::::::: ,1)(5, (7). c Leber (2) (6) ...... g.. McLennon (7) (7) ........ g ...... Woodmansce s.: Arlington --- Hammerly, (4), Bearrow (3), Rosen- (2), Borseth (1). Sedro, (2), Loup (4), Bolam Green. EST LEAGUE STANDINGS: Won Lost PF._ PA ish .... 1 0 66 47 To ::.:.::: 1 0 58 45 Car mn .. 1 0 58 49 :s ........... :: I 0 45 s ........ i ....... 0 1 49 58 on .... 0 1 47 66 0 1 45 5s ............ 0 1 36 45 Results: )N 58, Sedro 45 66, Burlington 47 45, Marysville 36 58, Edmonds 49 ,ay's Schedule: at Edmonds at Snohomish at Sedro-Woolley at Anacortes # SNYDER HARDWARE ALVIN NYSTROM IF TH The Citizens StateBank Your Home Bank Since 1907 ~F.MBER FEDERAL DEPO,~IT INSITRANCE CORP. i I i BY BILL QUAKE Eagles Play Three Eagles Surprise During Holidays Woolhy 58 to 45 Coach Ernie Ludwick's Arling- Arlington's undermanned ton Eagles will take on three non- Eagles opened the 1953-54 North- league opponents during the:west Basketball League season Christmas holidays. Short-handed last Friday night with a stunning as a result of training rules in- 58 to 45 decision over a favored fractions, at least until the 1st of Sedro-Woolley five. The game January, the Eagles are down to was played at Arlington before a seven man first squad• This a jammed house, the crowd small squad will get plenty of watching one of the gamest exhi- action during the next week. [bitions of ball seen in recent @ednesday night, Dec. 23, the years. Arlington's short-handed Eagles take on Mt. Baker, an[~uad battled all the way before early season victim, the Moun-[ cinching the contest late in the taineers losing a close 44 to 42 game. , double overtime decision to Ar-i With only two days in which to lington at Darning. On Tuesday, mold a new team out of his rid- December 29, the Eagles willl dled squad, Coach Ernle Ludwick travel to Bellevue to take on thei Wolverines, also an early season! victim of the Eagles. The tall Bellevue club will be greatly im- proved, and their home floor will give them a decided advantage• came through with a masterful job, as attested to by the score- board. The Eagles came through with a fine performance, netting 21 field goals and an amazing sixteen out of twenty from the The following night, Dec. 30, the Eagles will play host to Nook. sack Valley, and will be out to avenge themselves on the Pie. nears, the only club to hold a de- cision over the Eagles as this goes to press, prior to the Edmonds! game. Nooksack dealt the confi- dent Eagles a stunning 47 to 42 defeat at Sumas on Dec. 11. The] Eagles do not get back intoN.W. League play until Jan. 8, when l they host Harry Kern's Mt. Ver-i non Bulldogs, which is expected to be one of the usual thrillers! put on by these two clubs. ] --- -- -------O i Heap on more wood--the wind' is chill; But let it whistle as it will. We'll keep our Christmas merry still• ---Sir Waiter Scott. foul line, including nine 6ut of ten for the second half. Mean- i while the Cubs were held to six- teen goals from the field and connected with thirteen of 21 from the charity line. Sedro started, the contest as though they were going to make short work of the Eagles, hop- ping into a 10-7 lead midway in the first period. At this point Dick Schuh and Ron Thompson began to hit for the Eagles and the~, Blue and Gold bounced into a 17 to 12 lead at the quarter. Again Sedro forged into a lead, this time 24 to 21, with minutes to go before the half, only to have Schuh connect in the final sec- onds and tie the count at 25 all as the teams left the floor• Tommy Erickson, held to a single point in the first half, opened the third period with three straight buckets before Se- dro could score. The Cubs held their own with Ross connecting !at the buzzer to shave Arlington's margin to 39 to 38. Tommy Erick- son continued his scoring spree in the final canto, being helped no little by Schuh and Thompson, and the Eagles pulled away in the final minutes to score their unexpetced victory. Dick Schuh, held scoreless last week at Nooksack. led both clubs in scoring with seventeen points, seven from the floor and three out of five from the foul line. Tommy Erickson followed with sixteen, fifteen coming in the second half. Ron Thompson, get- tins to start his first game, moved into the scoring picture with a bang, picking up thirteen points, the big Junior connecting twice from the floor and hitting a perfect nine for nine at the charity mark. Davis and Morgan paced the Cub attack with a doz- en each. Dennis "The Menace" Rdss, key man in the Cub of- fense, was held to three field I FINDS FIRST TWAIN BIOGRAPHYI RIGHT -- First pub- lished biography of Mark Twain which was discovered re- cently by Franklin J. Maine, Chicago. Given away with tobacco, it was printed in tiny l type in 1887 and is ex- act size of cigarette paper• LEFT -- Auto- graphed picture of Mark Twain looks out from wall. Meine who is edi- tor of American Peoples Encyclo- pedia, is one of foremost Twain authorities. Above is the statue of Mark Twain as it stands in Hanm- bal, Me• On either side are original unused models by sculptor. Jr. Hi Loses To South Jr. Reproduction of a full-color 1870 lithograph of the famous rWer boat, ::,.v.v..:.v.....v..- Robert E. Lee, in Maine collection, as are the other items p~tured. ~iil !!ii!ii The lithograph bears a record trip schedule for the Robert E. Lee: "New Orleans to St. Louis, 1,210 miles, 3 days, 18 hours, and 30 minutes, leaving June 30th, 1ST0. Best previous record 3 days, 21 hours, and 5B minutes by the steamboat Natchez." Twain rode the Robert E. Lee in gathering material for his book, "Life on the" Mississippi," which was • ' S " pubhshed 3ust 70 year ago. " --American Peoples Encyclopedia photos. Darringt0n-Wallops-Upsets In ........................ Sultan 63-32 League Play goals and a total of ten points by the masterful defensive play of The Darrington Loggers, dark horse team of the Tri-Countv Last week's league play saw two Bryce Earnheart and Schuh. League, waltzed to their thir~i upsets and a pair of expected Starting lineups: Arlington (58) Sedzo (45) ~yin of the season, and second wins. Anacortes' pre.season fav- T. Eriekson t16) f ........ Davis (12) league victory, last Friday night, orites continued on their unbeat- D ........ ~--~" '5) the Logzers downing Sultan eas- ~rlcKson t~J-t -. oman t . ° en path with 45 to 36 win over • " .... ' .... *" "10) lly 63 to 32. The game was played ~cuh (17) ._.:.=.:._.c ........ :.tcoss t.6, on the Turks floor Marysville at the Tomahawks' znompson (1~4) .......... ~vmrzea ~ s " court, but only after a tight Earnheart (6) .......... Morgan (12) Coach Vern Simmons' hustling :~truggle. Snohomish walloped q,,h= • ttrlinaton E Eorseth (2~ crew, paced by the snarpshooting the weak Tigers from Burlington ........n~v/~'~, ~.. od~ith'Sedro. , Wolsle- of Scott Parris, jumped into an as expected, but the Edmonds gal, Nigretto, Sanders ~early lead and held a 26 to 18 Tigers loss to Mt. Vernon, after ~core by quarters: margin at the intermission. Dar- the Bulldogs had dropped three • T .... o ~ 19 58 rington doubled their score in the straight and Edmonds was unde- Arlington ........ ~( o~ ---- ~,~,, 1) 13 13 7----45 third canto, running the count to feated, was a slight upset, as was .......................... 2 d t [~ has always been ________~__ l a to 26 at the en of hat period. Arlington's win over a fine Se- ~* !. ~ ,a ] :eserves finished the contest for dro club. i our p[easu.re fo pre- ICK Dorsem I,oth clubs. Non-league play last Saturday serve ~he splri~ and I-, ~ ~aao.. n-] ' Starting lineups: was also full of surprises. Arling- t e[sp, l! ; mtemu Darrington (63) Sultan (32)ton was idle, but Marysville 9ood will of 1the hell- Dick Borseth, Arlington's Sen- l~Mwnrd~ ¢1 ) p • ~ ~ handed a good Wapato club a .......... 1 ................. rlc .... , day season .., and :,or triple-threat back of last foot-_..aTil'An~t...................... ~a~ Sack,~-~,, ~ sound thrashing, Snohomlsh ball season, was selected to play Smoke (7) Smith humbled Cashmere by a 44 to 27 each of our Green (4) .................. ............. Van~i~vk ,~/margin in a slow game Anacor- ,. in the All-State vs. Tri-City game Parris (16) }tall i3) tes fell victim to Lynden in ai friends say, Merry next August by the All-State ~ • .--:'\ ........ ::2 . ~resounding upset that will see Chrlsfmas and a coaching staff. Borseth will be Sa~o~S~l: ~4arrl~f~t~:rt±~8oun~ (2).J the Seahawks fighting mad from[ one of five halfbacks to partici- ,~ .~ ~, ..... , _s[es, i now on, and Sedro upset Belling. i Happy Me. Yeer|" pate in the extravaganza. The ~. ~reen (/ )_ ~u~an. ~ucKlano,,ham,s All-State team will be coachedClark (1).. ,Champeaux (3) PetriI, "]night afterhighlYabsx)rbingregardedaClUbbeating]the Arlington , .or, l~ean. [by Arlington. Mt. Vernon hum-' by Roy Carlson of Olympia, the[bled Monroe, State "B cham.[ • .~-- .~~'""cre*° ,tate's number one team for 1953,] pions, and Burlirtgton remainedI Stener Kvinsland of South Kit-/in the winless ranks, losing toI rutnroZuc*s sap, and Tom Perry of Clarkston, [Mt. Baker. [ Perry formerly coaching at Lang- [ -------------o------------ I ~ey ~ign. [ RUBBER STAMPS ] ............ ! Arlington Pig Co. Ptlone 493 ~orsem, l~lUnlzza s ace ozten- ~ ........ : ...... - ' - : ......... sire threat this past season, will] make the trip with guard BiliJ Randall of Everett and Dick Rob-/ inson, end on Edmonds' unde- feated team. Alternates from this HAS ...YOU HAVE ONLY ONEI I If your car has not had a "Safe- Driving" check recently, bring it in today. We will check: • BRAKES ~ LIGHTS TIRES • STEERING . . and make lives safer, tool Robb's Auto Electric & BRAKE SERVICE ARLINGTON - PHONE 136 II I county w e r e Willard Austin, i taekle, and guard Phil Kilian, :both of Twin City, and halfback ' Bill Sinton of Snohomish. Borseth will be the first player to repre- sent Arlington in the gala scho- lastic grid attrac:ion. Boys' Club Basketball LEAGUE STANDINGS Won Lost Marysville ....................... 2 0 Edmonds ........................ 2 0 Snohomish ...................... 2 0 Arlington ........................ 1 1 Boys' Club ...................... 1 1 Monroe ............................ 0 2 L. Stevens ...................... 0 2 Results of last week's games: Snohomish 38, Monroe 18; Ed- monds 48, Arlington 41; Mukil- tee 34, Marysville 41; Lake Stev- ens 40, Boys' Club 56. e At this immortal hour, all hu- man hate, pride, greed, lust should bow and declare Christ's power, and the reign of Truth and Life divine should make man's being pure and blest.~Mary Ba- ker Eddy. o Use Times Classified Ads --- .busy, effective salesmen. May we add our volca to the chorus c~lling for abiding hope and peace. Arnold's Jewelry % IR. HI STANDINGS Monroe ...................... 2 0 " 1.000 Snohomjsh .............. ~ Marysville .............. 12 01 1.000 .500 South Jr ................... Arlington ................ 1 1 .500 .000 North Jr ................... 0 2 .000 Arlington's Jr. Hi basketball team, defending champions eli last season, ran into another roadblock as they tried to get into championship contention this season. A big South Jr. team downed the Eaglets in a high scoring 49 to 43 contest. Coach Ralph Pistorese's charges showed definite improvement over their previous outing against Monroe. The Jr. Hi league will take a re- cess until Jan. 7 before seeing league action. CHRISTMAS I have always thought of Christmas time as a good time; a kind, forgiving, charitable, pleasant time; the only time I know of, in the long calendar of the year. when men and women !seem by one consent to open their shut-up hearts freely.--- I Charles Dickens• The Arlington Times PHONE 493 CALF FOOD per case 12-- 1½ qt. Cans Canned Whole Milk Phone 521 O stocking filled, Christmas finds your telephone at its busiest. Long distance lines are especially busy at these times. We want to serve everyone--and with your help we can. Whenever possible, please place your calls well in advance. If you can even make some of your holiday calls earlier than Christmas Eve or Christ- mas Day it will help greatly. We want to make sure that your telephone adds its full share to your Christmas pleasure and will do everything we can to accomplish it. TELEPHONE fOHPUl