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Cody took the reins and bulled his way for a 32 yard pick up on the Eagles' first down. Savage was roughed up on an incompletion to Gernandt and the Eagles had a first and 10 at the Crusaders 30. An Eagles score was not to be as the ball went over to Calvin after the next four downs. The Calvin QB faked a pass and out ran the Eagle defenders for a 60+ yard Crusader touchdown, bringing their point total to 31. My Eagles are still scoreless. Cody picked a first down on the Eagles next possession but a 15 yard holding penalty and an 18 yard sack forced the Eagles to punt, deep in their own end of the field at the end of the third quarter. Cody's punt was returned for long yardage by Calvin and they picked up another score on three short plays. Calvin Christian 38 Julian 0. Calvin was held on their next possession and punted to the Eagles. On the Eagles first play, the backfield lost the ball and Calvin recQvered the fumble. The Crusaders were held for no gain on their possession. The Crusader punt went through the Eagles end zone of a touchback. As the clocking was winding down, the Eagles brought in their "Tons 'o Fun" package with 6'4" 240 Ib William Brown as the Eagles featured running back. William put his head down on his first touch and bulldozed his way for a 9 yard pickup. The handoff was fumbled on the next play, but Senior guard John Linton was able to scoop it up and advanced it another 12 yards for an Eagles first down. Brown sliced through the Crusaders defense like a hot knife through butter and he picked up another 27 yards on his next two carries. Unfortunately for the Eagles, the game came to a close with the final score: Calvin 38 Julian 0. It was a darker and colder night as we shut down the lights and the Eagles left their home field for the last time this season. The Seniors of the team and their parents were honored before the kick off. Playing their last home game for the Eagles were Seniors Oswaldo Abarca, Nick Ackerman, Robert Braun, William Brown, Cody Cornette, Andrej Dominguez, Conor Gernandt, Sergio Guiterrez, Alberto Hinojosa, John Linton, Adam Sherman, Eddie Valenzuela and Zack Wagner. Our Eagles travel to Ramona next Friday night to meet the San Pasqual Academy at Ramona's Bulldog Field. It's only a 30 minute drive down the hill, so come out and support your Eagles. It's estimated that drivers in one-third of U,S. cities spend more than forty hours a year- practically an entire workweek-in traffic that is not moving. November 4, 2009 PAUL I IOANIC 0w er- roker 760-: Pier@, of FE[[ Park/ # Sales-Auoeiates SHEF, YLL STF.1OKLANP KICK PYEK REALTOR Bed BaH, 1900 Exposed 0odar oarport. Additional aaimals .... located I Z Aoros. ' NOW - $ at q99,000 '$7 re8 -- 0tsar horse property well a.d 7 00 gallo, water storage tank. / lJaoewt to Ae a- rre State Park. 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Knotty pine interior, two decks and two car garage. $479,000 www.JulianRealty.com Dennis Freiden Jane Brown-Darch6 Deborah Jane Kerch Colleen Kahenthaler 5.91 Acres - 3153 Williams Ranch Rd., Wynola,- High yield well, Approved septic for 4 BR home, Circular driveway, Lovely Views, Secluded location - $299,000 5252 Pine Hills Road - 6+ Acres, water meter, plans available - $249 Soundings of Shakefpear in Julian? by M. E. King I had not seen my eccentric friend, Edwai'd Woodward, for all the long months he had been in his homeland of England. With Woodward there are none of the usual pleasantries and greetings you'd expect when meeting an old friend. He's earned the nickname of 'Dipper' on account of his delving into old books and archives at the British Museum, and then haranguing his friends, as soon as he meets them, with the details of his obscure discoveries. Today was no exception. In a California mountain village (which they tried to tell me was a town), Dipper had cornered me between an office supplies store and an old country cabin stacked with folded newspapers. As far as I was concerned the whole scene belonged in a Back to the Future movie and couldn't be real. I mean, how can you have a town where everything has to be a hundred years old and yet there's this rickety cabin where a stack of papers all have tomorrows date on them? "How we love to imbue humans with God-like auras," Dipper was saying, "Take Mr. William Shakefpeare for example. Believe it or not, but I have discovered that Shakefpeare, in one of his most famous speeches, was in fact only talking about his pencil! "Yes," Dipper insisted, "1 know they show Shakefpeare using feather and quill, but I tell you, it was primarily a standard HB British pencil which he was using. And here is the evidence!" Dipper continued gleefully, and I knew right then that I should have told him that a merciless alien sun was about to play havoc with his bald English forehead, "Here is my proof: a pack of ordinary pencils purchased from this very office supplies store, and right beside it, from no less than the British museum, THIS!" He was triumphant, and in his excitement a grubby old writing implement almost went up my nose. "Yes," he continued, "this is going to be a very sore landing for those to whom Mr. W. S. is a deity. This is going to be a big let- down, not of a great man I would add, only of a demigod. You see, Shakefpeare always had trouble with his pencils digging into the cheap paper of his day. Like most men, he had at first thought that it was cool to be macho, which in Britain is known as being 'hard'. So he'd always picked his pencil carefully for that '2H' symbol at the top - even though he knew that the less-hard graphite of the single 'H' didn't dig up his paper quite so badly, and indeed the 'HB', which is the next designation of softness, hardly scoured it at all. Lately he had been secretly (for he couldn't be seen by his cool, men-about- town friends using such a soft implement), been enjoying the sweet beauty of the 'B' pencil. Then it happened." Dipper was oblivious to the sweat pouring from his animated forehead; oblivious to the fact that I was now in the shade and he wasn't. He just ploughed onward with what he had discovered about the great sage. "You see," he said, "Shakefpear was already exhausted from the extreme mental effort of creating gripping drama for every Tom, Dick and Harriett, from rabble to royalty. And it was at that very point in history," said Dipper, jubilantly, "that Mr. Shakefpear opened his new all grade pack of pencils, and accidentally took one from the extreme left. Well, never before had pencil flowed so sweetly on parchment or paper. Never had whole worlds full of words erupted so powerfully from page or pageant. Never, indeed, had scribe or scribbler ever held a 2B pencil onto top- grade Stratford parchment. "As you can imagine," Dipper went on, ever more animated since pupils from a nearby school were now standing agog in the audience, "Shakefpear was overjoyed, for flowing effortlessly from his pencil that night came one of the best-loved plays ever written. But this is where we come to the crunch, for every tale has to have its end. Next morning - he knew not why - he felt uninspired, even gloomy. Like many a writer with writer's block, Shakefpear sat staring at the pencil in his hand, his standard 'HB'. Then his weary eye caught the one he had laid to rest at four in the morning, after the triumphant completion of Midsummer Night's Dream. His gaze fell to the lettering at the top of that pencil. No wonder the words had flown so softly. 'My Goodness,' he gasped, '1 wasn't using the 'B' after all! The clever beggars have brought out a 2B. But dare I pick it up whilst uninspired? Would that destroy its magic? Or would, indeed, its amazing power re-invigorate me?' " At this point Dipper collapsed, either from excitement, or from the sun - maybe both - but was saved by the high school students who dragged him into the shade so they could hear the rest of the story. They need not have feared, for Dipper's mind was eight thousand miles away and four centuries back, and already it was driving him to pour out his words into mountain air more rarefied than any the English bard had known: "Destroyed?" said Dipper, querying his audience, "Next morning?... Ah yes!" he continued, oblivious to the way his words were now spluttering out through varying concoctions of cool apple and blueberry juice which the students were gently pouring over his heat- ravaged head: "That morning, Shakefpeare's gloom was deep, and for the first two hours, yes, two hours, he just sat looking at that pencil, saying the immortal words which I swear began as: "'2B OR NOT 2B - THAT IS THE QUESTION. WHETHER IT IS NOBLER IN THE MIND TO FACE THE SLINGS AND ARROWS OF OUTRAGEOUS FORTUNE . . . [pencils which attempted to destroy the very continued on page 14