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Page Six, Monitor, Monroe, WA. Sept. 13, 1973 KEITH MCDANIELS romped nine yards into offense. the end zone unhamoered to tallie Monroe's 12-7 in first score early in {he second quarter. The season. dash capped a 50 yard drive for the Bearcat The Cats hung on to top Anacortes a non-league clash, the first of the --Staff Photo In High School Grid Action ... The State Game Commission, adopted 1973 upland game bird and waterfowl seasons dates last week. Pheasant season will run from October 13 through December 16 in western Washington. The season will be from October 13 to November 4 and November 17 to December 31 in eastern Washington. Bag and possession limits remain the same as last year with two cocks allowed per day in western Washington and three per day in eastern Washington and possession limit re- mains 15. Quail season begins October 13 state-wlde and runs through December 16 in western Wash- ington and, January 6 in eastern Washington. Daily bag and possession limits will bethe same as last year at I0 and 30. The partridge season will begin October 13 and run into January 6 in eastern Washington with daily bag and possession limit at 6 and 18 in all areas including southeast Washington. Grouse season begins September 8 and runs to November 18 state-wide, but new this year is an extended late hunt in western Washlngton. These western Washington areas are all ruffed grouse areas and are in lowland portions of the west side. The extended western Washington sea- son will run December I to 9. Bag and pos- session limit on grouse remains the same as last year at 3 and 9. Sharp-tailed grouse, sage hen and wild turkey Youth, Grid Semi-Pro Grid Battles On Tap Saturday Tilt To Help J.V. Baseball seasons will be similar to previous years. The duck season was established to begin Oct- ober 13 statewtde and run to January13 in west- ern Washington and January 20 in eastern Wash- ington. One canvasback duck will be permitted in the bag limit this year except in Pacific and Grays Harbor counties. Daily bag and pos- session limit in western Washington will be 5 and 10 and in eastern Washington, 6 and 12. The reduction in one duck allowed per day re- flects poor nesting conditions in waterfowl rear- tng areas this year. Goose season will begin October 13 state- wide and run through January 13. An extended goose season has been granted as in the past in selected eastern Washington counties. The ex- tended goose season will run January 14 to Jan- uary 20. Daily bag and possession limit re- mains the same as last year with 3 and 6. Black brant season will begin November 21 and run to February 20. Daily bag and pos- session limit are the same as last year at 4 and 8. Jacksntpe season will begin October 13 and similar to last year will runto Januaryl3 state- wide. Index Sportsmen's Club 26th Annual Turkey Shoot Sunday, Sept. 16, 11a.m. til dark Lunch-B-Game & More Located Mile West of Index in A balanced running and pass- ing attack pumped the Monroe Bearcats past Anacortes by a 12-7 mark last Friday night. Fielding a somewhat small sized team, lacking experience in some areas, coach Ed Lucero and troops Stowell Wins Sky Valley Championship Mike Stowell scooped up the Sky Valley Speedway season championship for the third straight year and established a new track record last Sat- urday night. Stowell gained per- manent ownership of the perpetual cham- pionship hardware and turned in a record smashing fast time of :17.75. September 15 is scheduled as the final race of the season when the dirt track hosts open competition following the safety rules. In action last Sat- urday, Stowell copped a first place finish in the A-Maln follow- ed by George Meritt, Gene Pierce and Mike Blackstock. Bud Ashe won theB- Main followed by Tony Gwlnt, Scott Bond and Frank Tucker. The C-Maln was won by Ron Pooler follow- ed by Clay Schlrey, Senior Citizens Dance at Fern Bluff Grange Sultan Sept. 21 7:30 p.m. Refreshments Call 794-6350 for Transportation Serrttt and Tom Ber- gan. Top three winners in the dashes were: C-Dash: B u t c h Brlghtman, Butch Fuller, and Clay Sch- tier; B-Dash: Greg Barn- hart; A-Dash: Mike Black- stock, Mike Stowell, and John Carroll. Top three place fin- ishers in the heats were: Ist Heat: Mick Nor- ton, Tom Bergan and Mark Ruchn; 2nd Heat: Bert Black, Butch Fuller, Ron Pooler; 3rd Heat: Bud Ashe; Scott Bond and Bill Lemby; 4th Heat: F r a n k Tucker, Ron Ball, and Jay Barnes; 5th Heat: Rollie Llelke, George Mer- ritt, Gene Hart- joy; 6th Heat: G e n e Pierce, Gordy Buck and Mike Stowell. Ron Radke was pro- claimed the Jalopy season champ as he took a first in the jalopy dash followed by Con Korakis. Kor- akis won first in the jalopy heat followed by Steve Brubaker. 'hung on for the victory for the sea- son opener. The Cats now face a tough chal- lenge when they travel to rival Sul- tan tomorrow night, Friday for an 8 p.m. battle with the Turks. Sultan also flourished during its opening assault with a 36-6 trounc- ing of GraniteFalls. Friday's clash will be the first for the two grid teams in several years. In last weeks contest the Bearcats held command throughout the first half, gaining both scores in the sec- ond quarter. Early in the second period Keith McDanlels polished off a 50 yard march with a nine yard bolt into the end zone. The Cats rebounded and la e in the stanza, posted another six on the scoreboard on a 52 yard aerial frgm quarterback Bill Stansberry to Jack Marshall. Monroe blew several other oppor- tunities to score as four t.d.s were nullified, three of them after punch- ing the ball within the Anacortes I0. "I'd say it was a good defensive game, Lucero said. Steve and Mark Wltthuhn and Harv Nelson did a fine Job of leading thedefense and constantly kept Anacortes off bal- ance most of the evening." Stansberry, playing his first game as signal caller, tossed the ball 14 times, connecting on five throws for 114 yards. Marshall hauled in two for 92 yards. McDaniels led the ground pound- ers, cranking out I01 yards in 19 carries. Eldon King chalked up 18 yards on six sprints. Monroe piled up seven first downs, gained 133 yards on the turf and 114 through the air to total 247 yards. Anacortes was held to 172 net yards, 68 rushing and 104 passing. The visitors posted their score in the final quarter on a 14 yard romp by Doug Knutson. Campbell Lake on Fidalgo Island, near Anacortes, was once featured in Robert Ripley'S "believe it or not" as "having an island in a lake on an island". Saturday Night, Sept. 18 1973 Season finale. ].st annual olin wheel spectacular. Open competition for all open wheel cars. Sprints, Super Modifieds, midgets, semi modifieds, jalopys on the quarter mtle dirt oval. Final dirt tzack race for '73 season plm Kart's Korral will award $50 to any driver who can break the all time track record set Aug. 2, 1969 by the great Jimmy Gordon during T.T.Time Trials 6:30 Racing 8:00 Tickets: Adults $2.50 Students $1.50 Under 12 Free "The Finest In Dirt Track Racing", (On the Hill Above Monroe) Monroe Youth Ath- Funds raised from letlc Association mid-a seml-pro football get and pee wee game are destined to football is scheduled to aid the Junior varsity off the ground baseball program at eptember 15 whenthe Monroe High School. local squads are T h e Snohomlsh scheduled tohostLake County Ramblers and Stevens. Kick-off at the high school field for thepee wee contest is I0 a.m. with the midgets slated to play at 11:30 a.m. Both squads were un- defeated in play last year in league com- petition and no op- ponents were able to chalk up a score against the local pee wee group. Pee wee coachesare Rick Lalzure a n d Steve Clough while Jim Pope, Roger Ohlsen and Jim Law lead the midgets. There are six teams in the league from Arlington, L a k e Stevens, Marysville, and Monroe. About 75 youngsters are participating in the Monroe program. Clough Elected Athletic Assn. President Steve Clough was elected president of the Monroe Athletic Association during a regular meeting Sept- ember 6 at the Mon- roe PUD Building. Other officers elect- ed were: Burt Doane, vice-president; Mark Zaremba, treasurer; and John Horde, sec- retary. the Burnaby, B.C. Barons are sched- uled to meet at the high school field Sept- ember 15 with kick-off at 8 p.m. high school baseball coach Reg Head said. The Canadian play- er roster includes members of the Van- couver, B.C. Lions professional grid team taxi squad and both are members of the NOrthwest Inter- national Football League. Tickets for the con- test, available at the gate, are 50 cents for students, $1 for adults and $2 per family. Proceeds will benefit the Monroe High School Junior varsity baseball program which involves be- tween 30 to 40 youths, Head said. Be in Time for the up to off on Motorola SAVE $31.80 ON STIHL'S SPECIAL "FALL" PROMOTION BUY THE STIHL 031 AV... .. GET FREE: AN EXTRA CHAIN | [] TWO FILES [] PLUS AN OREGON SPROCKET NOSE THE STIHL 031 AV IS TOPSI SEE IT AT Sultan Saw Shop 793-2202 THE 031A V IS RATED No. 1 BY A CONSUMER RESEA RCH PUBL ICA TION OFFER EXPIRES OCT. 20, 1973 by Packard Bell (3 only) Monroe Shopping Center New Salesman at Ken i eckvold 11 years Sales experience to help you in your car & truck buying needs. qlPTELEDYNE PACKARO eeL. 794-5311