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October 18 , 19 56 The Evergreen _Ea.g.Q.„3- (Gw ( I T 1 w m A m j i £ Richardson Wins 'Blue Hawks D e fe a t Lions 13—7 Aw a rd - Tom Richardson, 195 ^ LCH§_graduate, ' and grandson of Mr. and MrSi E, L.- Richardson of Eureka, . was named football player of the week at S'ie'rra College in Auburn, California. Playing halfback for the Sierra Wolverines against Reedley Col lege, Tom recovered a fumble and went over for the ,only_ touchdown of the game«' He also place-kicked the extra point. ■ Coach Jack Barker, 'of the Sierra team said that Tom played well on defense,' after having been i l l on the day before. As part of the award, Richardson w ill re ceive a merchandise gift from a store in Auburn. Jack Owens, ...another LCHS graduate attend ing Sierra College, is also on the football team there._ Mila'nri, Shears Go Te C a an ad a. Paul- Milam, ’ LCHS -coach, and B i l l Shears, RGS coach, traveled to Fernie, B. C., Thurs day, Oct. . 11 , whejre they attended a bas ketball coachs* clinic at the East Kootenay Teachers* Convention* Mr. Milam led a dis cussion on basics, of basketball, the set ting up of offensive a n d d e f e n s i v e p a t t e r n s , and how to break them. Also on the agenda of the meeting were a question' and answer period and a discus sion and comparison of physical ■ education classes and how they d iffer. Those attending the meeting were taken on a tour through the new Fernie school. Bulldogs Shake Lions A fter ; Good Fight 21- 6 The Eureka Lions put up a good fight against the . Whitefish Bull-, dogs, Friday, Oct. 5 5 but were defeated 27-0 in Whitefish. Eureka received the opening kickoff and drove 79 yards in 16 plays for the first score of the game, which, was made- by Bob St. Peter on a quarter back sneak.. Attempt for the extra point fa i l e d . In the middle of the second quarter, the Whitefish Bulldogs, also drove 79 yards in 16 plays for a touch- doxiin. The touchdown was made by Dick How e l l , Bulldog halfback. The boot for an extra point was wide of the marie, leaving the score 6-6 at the half. Midway in, the third quarter, manpower was lost when Eureka’ s halfback Rod’.Cone was injured and taken out of the game. Later in the quarter, Whitefish fullback, Dick Howell made a touchdown an the boot for the extra point was good. Jim Baker., quarterback, made the kick leaving the score- 13-6 at the end of the period. “ In the fin a l quarter Wayne Hedman, halfback, scored for Whitefish and Baker made the ex tra point. Halfback Ron DeMotts made the final touchdown and Baker again kicked the extra Whitefish point leaving the score at the end of the game 27-6. Attend HOMECOMING* October 20 BEAT LIBBY Eureka fought for a near-win Saturday afternoon, October 13, against the Thompson Falls Blue Hawks with their tight defense and passing tactics# Eureka recovered the b a l l in 10 downs a f t e r kicking off to Thomp son and charged for: four f i r s t downs; Bob St. Peter made a high pass to A r l i e Burk,, who brought the b a l l to the 16 yard line • F r itz Laney and St# Peter then ran the remaining yards in two plays for a touchdown, Burk catching a pass for the extra point. The Lions held a tight defense and the f i r s t half ended with Thompson struggling at the 10 yard line# Thompson intercepted a Eureka pass and were able to score early in the third quarter. The Blue Hawks made their fin a l touchdown in the third quarter after recovering one of their fumbles. Heavy penalties and Thompson reserves held down Eureka and the game ended 13-7 in favor of Thompson F a l l s . Mrs. Ann Holly of Graves Creek passed away at the K a lisp e ll Hospital on Tuesday, October 16 a f t e r a long illn e s s . A T T E N D H OMECOMlNG GAME D A N C E