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f- The Only Weekly Newspaper Serving the Backcountry Communities of Julian, i i iiiilili!!! : Volume 28 - Issue 06 Wednesday September 19, 2012 Julian, ISSN 1937-8416 9203 Julian News PO Box 639 JuHan~ CA. Change Service Requested II,h,h,l,,I,l,l,,h,l,,h,l,l,,I,hll,,,,ll,,,,lll,,,hl,l,I Small Town Papers TF, 217W Cota St Shelton WA 98584-2263 Julian Historical Society Eagles Notch Decisive First Win by H. "Buddy" SeiSe. ;' Young Eagle offensive line working to give QB Hunter McConnell ': I the opportunity to fin a receiver down field. ~ [ photo by Jospeph Munson . "; " : As Coach White, the Elder, 2nd and 23. The Knights attempt ' was talking to the O-line and a quick jab up the middle, but ' First Known, Mapping Of The Area And Diary Revealed from Judy Haliburton "Just finding the map and diary was a challenge. The results will be preserved in our archives", said Ed Huffman. There is no cost to attend. The general public is invited to come as well as Julian Historical Society members, (we welcome you to join). Refreshments will be served. See you there! Julian Historical Society 2133 4th Street, Julian visited by these soldiers, now depicted on high resolution color scans. Photos taken today show what the soldiers saw. The trio of speakers will explain the project research, going out into the field to discover the points recorded by Velasquez in his 1783 diary and then doing forensic research to reach the most accurate account of the diary and map left by Velasquez. On September 26, 2012, 7:00 p.m., Julian Historical Society's best and brightest will share their amazing research in a Power Point Presentation. Top rated local historians, Albert Simonson, David Lewis and Ed Huffman tell the story of the local adventure of Jose Velasquez, 229 years ago, and his quest to find a supply route between San Diego and Yuma. Albert, David and Ed have successfully retraced the historic exploration of the Cuyamaca and Laguna Mountains that led to the first known mapping of the area in 1783 by Spanish "Leatherjacket" Soldiers from the Presidio of San Diego. Listen about this remarkable soldier of New Spain, known to the king of Spain, his exploits around San Diego and Alta California during the early days of San Diego, when Padre Serra, Captain Pedro Fages,Governor Portola were his companions in settling the Frontier of Alta California. The Indian Villages of Descanso and Cuyamaca were Historical Society President Ed Huffman, researchers; Albert Simonsen and David Lewis Julian Arts Guild Presents: "Art of Travel Sketching" The Julian Arts Guild is pleased to present our September 2012 Program with illustrator, freelance writer and author of the recently published travel memoir, "Anatolian Days and Nights, A love Affair with Turkey, Land of Dervishes, Goddesses, and Saints" will discuss the process of "drawing in the moment." Beginning with sketches from her book, Brenner will show travel images that inspire her drawings and watercolors and talk about the path that led her to put pen, brushes, and paints to paper to capture the sense of a place. Brenner's love of travel first began when leaving the Midwest with Angie Brenner and moving west to California and later followed this passion by starting a unique travel planning service, Journeys by Angle, where, she created personalized travel itineraries for clients. Later, she bought and operated a travel bookstore, Word Journeys, in Del Mar, CA. For nearly ten years. "With a minimum of tools and no formal training, anyone can add a sketch or colorful drawing to their journal or on a postcard to send home," says Brenner, who started drawing only a few years ago. 'Tve been buying art supplies for years but left them in a box or drawer, I never thought of myself as an artist. It was only after I gave up the idea of having to be perfect that I started enjoying the process." Julian Library, 1850 Highway 78 - Tuesday, September 25 at 6pm This Program is Free and Open to Everyone and Free Refreshments For more information ca11760- 765-2132. Please see julianartsguild. org for membership applications which also will be available at the program. Thursdw D-line during the pro-game warm-ups on Friday afternoon, he was struck by the fact that the young men seem to be getting younger every season. This year especially, our O-line and D-line are all first year players. Or are we just getting older, Eddie? It was a great day for football in Julian. Warm enough to get a sweat going, a steady breeze from the East and the best looking football field we've had in years. Let's get to the action; there was plenty of that, too! The Lutheran Knights, of Chula Vista, are a new 11-man football team, having been an 8-man powerhouse in the County for the past several years. Their Head Coach is the father of defensive end Jared Allen of the Minnesota Vikings, and knows his way around the football. The Knights won the coin toss deferred their choice until the openirig of the second half. Our Eagles set up to receive the opening kick off at their own 40. After attempting to field a wobbling kick, the Eagles receiver muffed the ball and Lutheran recovered at the Eagles 33. The Knights first play from scrimmage netted 1 yard, but the rush was called back for a false start on the line. 1st and 15. They picked up a quick 8 on a pass to their wideout, but were caught holding on their third down effort, now it's 3rd and 25 from the Eagles 49 yard line. The Knights QB had a little time in the pocket and connected to his RB who went the 49 yards for the score. First year DL Philip Tarver met the RB in the backfield on a 2-point attempt and shut them down. With 2 minutes off the clock, Lutheran is up by 6. Tony Moniz took a short kick at his 35 and fought his way to the Eagles 45, where the Eagles' second possession started. Because of injuries during the first two games, Head. Coach White has had to put his experienced players in positions that they aren't used to. Tah "Soaring Eagle" Beresford is one of those players. As Hunter handed off to Tah, a Knight got just enough of a hand into the mix and stripped the ball from Tah and recovered the fumble at the Eagles 48. Lutheran picked up 12 yards and an apparent first down on the first play of their second possession, but a Knight was caught holding downfield and the ball was brought back to the" Eagles 46. Second and 8. Another flag flies during the dead ball period and Lutheran gets nailed for unsportsmanlike conduct and a 15-yard walk off. the RB gets a rude welcome from Moniz and first year LB Darren Duffy two yards deep in Lutheran's backfield. 3rd and 25. Lutheran takes the common Path and the Knights' QB throws a perfect spiral to Eagles DB Cole Southcott at the 45. Cole is finally tackled at Lutheran's 10. However, the Eagles opportunity is short lived as the usually sticky fingered Tah loses the handoff at the 15 and Lutheran recovered at the 15. Less than 5 minutes off the clock and there have been 4 turnovers. Are we on the way to an ignominious record? Hold on, there's more to come. The Knights start their next possession with a pitch to their RB, who loses 6 yards as he is brought down. Two of the interio Eagles DL were flagged for encroachment and the Knights have a second and 10. A quick pass and another first down at their own 37, a false start and they're back to their 32, 1st and 15. They lose another 5 when Frosh DL Shuuluk Linton nails the runner in the backfield, setting up a 2nd and 20 for the Knights. Under a storm of Eagles defenders, Lutheran's QB is forced to throw it away. On 3rd and 20, the Knights could only muster 10 yards and punt on 4th down, with no return by the Eagles. First year RB Eddie Silva joined the Eagles backfield and established himself as a RUNNING BACK with a 30-yard sprint down the north sidelines where he got bulldogged down by the facemask. Bad move Knights, and there's 15 yards tacked on to the end of the run. Eddie picked up another hard 7 yards before he got stood up and stripped of the ball. Lutheran recovered at their own 19. Another Eagles turnover, another TD drive squashed. And we're only 9 minutes into the game. We could have a long 39 minutes before this one is put to bed. Lutheran stretches the chains for 1 yard on their first play of the series and Tah gets a partial payback when he sniffs out a pass in tight traffic and bats it away from the Knights receiver. Another incomplete by the Knights and they are now sitting with a 4th and 19. They get off a short kick that hits an Eagle midfielder and Lutheran recovers. Knights ball. First down at the Knights 21. They can't do anything with their luck and have to punt the ball after no gain and the First Quarter comes to an end. 12 minutes, 5 turnovers and the score is Lutheran High Knights 61 Julian continued on page 7 October Behind Julian Fitness Center :: ........... Football Friday, August 31 L 22-30 Borrego Friday September 7 L 41 - 0 Hamilton (Anza) Friday, September 14 W 34-10 Lutheran Friday, September 21 away Calvin Christian 7PM Friday, September28 HOME Sherman Indian School Teacher & Staff Appreciation Day 3PM Saturday, October 6 away Classical Academy at Orange Glen HS 7 PM Friday, October 12 HOME Calvary Christian HOMECOMING 2:30 or 7PM Friday, October 19 HOME San Pasqual Academy Senior Night - 2:30 or 7PM Friday, October 26 away Borrego 7PM Friday, November 2 away Vincent Memorial 7PM Volleyball Thursday, August 30 W 3-1 San Diego Jewish Academy Tuesday, September 4 W3-2 Classical Academy High Thursday, September 6 W3-1 Ocean View Academy Saturday, September 8 Joshua Springs Tournament Third Place Friday, September 14 (postponed) Warner Springs High School Wednesday, September 19 HOME I calexico Adventist Mission School Friday, September 21 HOME Borrego Springs High School Saturday, September 22 away Pacific Ridge Tournament TBA Monday, September 24 away Escondido Adventist 5:30 Wednesday, September 26 Vincent Memorial High away Wednesday, October 3 Calipatria High School away Friday, October 5 HOME! Mountain Empire High School Wednesday, October 10 away Warner Springs High School Thursday, October 11 away Calexico Adventist Mission CrossCountry Saturday, September 15 Mt.Carmel Movin Shoes Invitational Friday, September 21 Citrus League #1 at Julian Friday, October 5 Citrus League #2 at Lake Morena Friday, October 19 Citrus League #3 at Guajome Park Friday, November 2 Citrus League #4 at Borrego Friday, November 9 Citrus League Finals at Lake Morena Saturday, November 17 * San Diego CIF Finals at Morley Field ..... : : ....... ................. J i i ii~iI iiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiill iiii:iiii iii~ii : : ii !i! i :! ~iiiii!i i: = I; 6 f, 7--- 1@:@0 am I0 5:00 phi