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November 4, 2015 The Julian News 7 No Treats continuedfrom page 1 Will at the San Pasqual 23. The Dragons were also penalized for a facemask call and the Eagles have a 1st down at the Dragons' 12. Daniel wove his way through the Dragonls defense and ended up in the endzone. Will's 2 point attempt was good. 11:41 to go in the 1st half, Julian 8, San Pasqual 12. The Eagles attempted an onsides kick of the their own but were flagged on an illegal procedure call. Will got the kick away, down to the Dragons' 35 and it was returned to the Eagles and a measurement, it's 4th and 4 inches to go. Daniel fought his way through the Dragons and picked up 5 yards and an Eagles 1st down. Shane's 1st down ,pass to Roman fell incomplete, Shane and Will connected for a short 2 yards and the Eagles are looking at a 3rd and 8. Daniel steps behind center when the Eagles go to a spread formation and shovels a quick toss to Shane for a 9 yard, 1st down earning, pickup to the Eagles 45. Will, Shane and Daniel combine for another 9 yard drive, but they come up short by 4" on 4th down. The Dragon's couldn't get it together on this possession and Eagle defenders 'swarming the San Pasqual ball carrier 31. Alex just got his fingers on the Dragon's 1st down fumble, but he couldn't wrap it up. He also took a solid hit. The Dragons recovered the ball for a 1 yard loss. They got tagged for another 1 yard loss on 2nd down. Elijah P broke free of the surging Eagles' defense and ran for a 31 yard TD. The Di'agons' 2 point conversion was good. 9:32 left in the 1st half, Juiian 81 San Pasqual 20. At this point, the Eagles have lost 2 linemen and a tight end to injury. Daniel took the Dragon's kick at the Eagles 25 and lateraled to Will on the close side of the field. The Dragons were swarming and the Eagles only managed a 5 yard return. Shane rifled a quick pass to Frosh Roman Sanders for a 6 yard gain. Daniel picked a little over 3 yards on 2nd down, but Will was shut down on 3rd for no gain. After an official's time out go 4 and out. After a very short return, the Eagles have a 1st and 10 at their own 10 yard line. 2 incomplete passes and a wild snap and Will has to get a quick punt out of the endzone before he could tackled in the endzone for a safety. His punt went out of bounds at the Eagles 23. Elijah P got off a quick pass to a wide open Denzel W. in the. Eagles endzofie for another Dragons TD.. Their 2 point conversion was good, 2:05 left in the 1st half, it's Julian 8, San Pasqual 28. Will got a good return of the Dragons' kick to the Eagles 30. Daniel picked up 10 and a 1st down to the Eagles 40. Shane's 2nd down pass fell incomplete. The Eagles took too much time to get 3rd down off and lost 5 yards. Joey's 3rd down snap went wild and it was recovered by the Eagles at the 16 yard line. Daniel lost another 2 yards on 4th and next week and the Dragons Daniel Streamer going down for the pass t all photos by Lance Arenson Eagle defenders breaking up a San Pasqual pass play have the ball at the Eagles 17. With less than 10 seconds left in the half, Denzel W. found a crease in the Eagles defense and struck gold for the Dragons and another TD. Their 2 point conversion was good. At the half, Julian 8, San Pasqual 36. Opening the 2nd half, the Dragons recovered the Eagles onsides kick attempt at midfield and returned the ball for a touchdown. Their 2 point attempt was good. 11:08 left in the 3rd quarter, Julian 8, San Pasqual 44. And the clock is running. The Eagles are down 9 players due to injury or pregame poor decision making. The 11 Eagles left are 6 freshmen with 2 seniors and 3 sophorfiores. With the clock running, what's left of the Eagles put up the good fight and keep the Dragons to 2 more touchdowns in the 3rd quarter and scoring none of their own. Daniel, Shane, Will and Marshall and their teammates couldn't slay the Dragons today. The season ends next week with a 7:00 PM game down at Ocean View Christian High School at 2460 Palm Avenue in Chula Vista. More Carnival Fun continued from page 1 The bounce house (pumpkin) The Cake Walk The Dunk Tank r S :h h d The classified employees from Jullan High School are raising money to continue providing Julian High School student(s) college scholarship opportunities. We NEED your support to help our kids. We are selling tickets for one cord of Seasoned Oai Wood (Available for delivery after Christmas, within the julian area.) Prices: $2 per Tichet or $5 for 4 tichets The drawing will tahe place on December IS, 2015 Anyone interested in purchasing tichets for the drawing, please contact Eosa Arias 760-765-0606 ext. 107 or Yvonne Fleet 760-765-0606 ext. 227 as well as and Young people and Indian people need to know that we existed in the 20th Century. We need to know who our heroes are and to know what we have done and accomplished in this century other than what Olympic athletes Jim Thorpe and Billy Mills have done. -- Russell Means }O by Larry CoxI .Penny Q: I have a shoebox full of older postcards. All of them have penny postage stamps. My question is: How long were postcard rates 1 cent, and when did they go to 2 cents? -- Art, Des Moines, Iowa A: Postcards could be mailed for 1 cent from 1873 until 1917. The rate was increased that year because of World War I. In 1919, with the war's end, the rate dropped back to a penny, where it remained until 1952. One of the better postcard clubs is the Tucson Post Card .Exchange, with members throughout the country, Contact person is Joan Gentry, 820 Via Lucitas, Tucson, AZ 85718; and joangentry@msn. com. Q: I have glass bowl that an appraiser told me several years ago was made by the Lyons Glass Company. I have tried to research the company but have not been able to. do so. Can you help me? -- Betty, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma A: The Lyons Cut Glass Company was started in 1903 in Lyons, New York. The company purchased blanks from the Union Glass Works in Massachusetts and several other companies. Production was limited and the .company closed in December of that same year, reopened in 1904 and closed once again in 1905. As you might imagine, pieces are rare. This information was found in one of my favorite references, "Glass A-Z" by David J. Shotwell and published by Krause Books. Q: I have a Buick automobile from 1952 that I think is a classic. I am in the process of restoring it. Is there a club you can recommend? --Steve. St. Charles, Missouri A: The Buick Club of America is one of the most active and should be helpful. Contact is P.O. Box 360775, Columbus, OH 43236; and buickcluboffice@ aol.com. Check out the club's website at www.buickclub.org. Q: I have a salt-and-pepper shaker set that are miniature 7-UP soda bottles. I got thernas a present during the late 1940s. How much are they worth? -, Sally, Westminster, Colorado A: I found your shakers referenced in the "Soda Pop Collectibles Price Guide" by Allan Petretti. Petretti states that the set is worth about $40. Write to Larry Cox in care of KFWS, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803, or send e-mail to questionsforcox@aoLcom. Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox cannot personally answer all reader questions, nor does he do appraisals. Do not send any materials requiring return mail. (c) 2015 King Features Synd., Inc.