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Icanoes, Indian continued/rom page 1 on 1Jheir own 30-yard (recovered bv Taunt). plays latefTaunt went 9 for a touchdown; a pass on the conversion and Greenville led 6-0. next kickoff was returned Volcano 44-yard line. On play, Webb broke a- lnd went 54 yards before caught from behind by Myers on Greenville's 2- Webb hit the line for and a TD on the next carried over for the and Chester led 7-6. drive started on lian 33-yard line follow- next kickoff. The march t w o Grace-to-Myers for 22 and 20 yards. Taunt 8 Yards to the Chester 1, over for his sec. on the next play. A from center muffed the The Volcanoes returned the Zigler carried for a yard before next kickoff to their 43-yard I running into Washoe, Long and yine. On the next play, Webb I Davis on the 4-yard line. Meeks again broke away, picking up'passed to Maxey for 4 yards 40 yards to Greenville's 17-yard line where he was stopped by: I McIntyre. Humphrey recovered Chester's third fumble of the half on the Indian 15-yard line on the next play. The Inddans were held and forced to punt for the fimt time, a poor kick giving Chester pos- ses[on on the Indian 29-yard line at the 4.minute mark. Webb gained 11, Sheets 7, Webb 1 and Meeks passed to Webb for 5. and the TD. Webb was held a yard short on the conversion run and Greenlle led 19-13. Greenville ran four plays be- fore lhe h.a,lf ended. TIlE INDI$IS were held to 5 yards in three plays after fairing the second-half kickoff. McIn- Lyre got off a 35-yard punt to Chester's 25-yard line. The Volcanoes started a drive from that point with a 6-yard THE Meeks passed for 6 yards to Webb, who was met at the Greenville 45-yard line by Holt. Sheets then broke away for a 25-yard giner before being hauled down by Myers and Taunt. Webb carried 8 yards down to the Indian 12-yard line. Fight to 19-19 Tie gain by We'bb (tackle by McIn- On the next play, Sm.:th crashed plays under "ay. tyre, Long, Richmond). a pass through to nail Sheets fro" a 5- Webb gained a yard (.tackle fell incomplete, arid Webb went yard loss; two passes fell in-*by Smith .and Taun4), then 10 off-tackle for 7 yards (tackle by completo and the Indians took Taunt, Holt, Rilea). Webb pick-' mssession on their own 17-yard ed up 3 more (tackle by Rich. line. mond, Holt, Davis); Sheets gain- & penaPy look the ball ott to ed 5 and hen 3 (tackle by Hum-Ithe 22. Rilea gained 3 llackle phrey, Washoe, McIntyre). by Salem and Webb), t,hen 2. Taunt then rambled 20 yards to the 47-yard stripe where .he was haw,led down by Sheets and Sa- down by Myers. He picked up lem. He gained 8 more cn "the 5 more yards on the next play, next play (tackle by Saporito). but a 5-yard penalty put the Grace tossed an ineom1lete pass, ball back out to Greenville's 9- then went for 20 yards on a lyard line. Webb ained 2 (rock- :quarterback sneak being le by Humphrey) and a pass brought down by Ziegler, Spen-!fell incomplete before Meeks hit cer and Sheets on Chester's 25-IBuneh in the end zone with a Ill,lh yard line. Taunt gained 2 morei7-yard touchdown pass. IflL IL  qm', qlk IIJ \\; yards (tackle by Salem and Iv- A penal'ty on the point-after ers). Rilea hit off-tackle for 2, try gave the Vols a 7-yard ctml- "  and another pass fell incom- en;ge for the go 'ahead point. Webb was stopped a yard short I by Sm,ith and the score ood try, and Greenville .. was l'tit for a 3-yard I i by Davis) on the after the kickoff, then from Meeks wen 51 VARSITY Greenville's 7-yardwas again stoppedline'by YARDSTICK:Gr Indian Jayvees Win First dew ..... "ushing ....... 7 ,, t13 6 Over Chester ]First downs, pa.ssing ...... 2 " QUARTER-- Pirst downs, penalties .... 1 ick --   to I Total first downs ..... 10 12 v eo up 6 yards [Yardage 'ained ruah'iig .... 209 254 4-yardline. Webblost Yardagepasses aUempted"" ........ ........ In Homecoming Contest was then tranrd for/Net yardage rusning ....... i93 217 ' Yardage gained passing .... 49 85 S t,n a pass attempt, Total net yardage ............ 242 302 recovered a fumble 14 , Passes completed ............. 6 17. Had intercept(l ............... : 0 gained 19 yards in two Vd interception run.backs 39 Greenwille's junior varsity e- i Number of kickoffs 4 4 before Rilea got .away Kickoff average ....... ."... 4a% aT [even won a hard.fought 13-6 Yard o,,, . h,' I Ydg kickoff returns . 72 87 victory over Chester's Volcanoes , ; 0 in the prelirnanary game of Sat. j i he, where he was haul- I;[unting averag" ............ 23,2 by Webb Taunt tirt td ] Yardage punt returns . . 5 . I urday's double-header Home- - " '--"   Fumbles lost .................... 0 5 : 4 before Grace pass- Yards penalized ................ 25 35 coming bill at Greenville. i to Myers for a score, t Number offensive plays .... 53 48 While Gutga'in,ing the visitors i his way over for score by Quart*rs (Varsity): considerably throughout the con- t turned out to i)e a Chester - .............. 7 6 0 619 test, the Indian Jayvees were Greenvilh ................ 12 7 0 0--19 forced to come from bhind to I eOmeersion point, and tie the score 6-6 just before half-i i 'led by a 19-7 score. INDxVXDUAL aUSIUG (Vtty): time then move in fmn't with[ Greenville tcb gala loss ave the winning touchdown in the Taunt ............ 17 93  5.00 IllL'L" IS} IIDalI$ Ril ...................... 11 sa 0 7.55 final period of play after a - Holt ........................ 4 5 0 L2:, scoreless third quarter. rac, ...................... 3 23 3 6.67 , , . Women' PI v ....................... .-, 5 5 0.0o Greenville received the S a_ 'roT.l.s ........ a7 o9 ], 22 ing kick and picked up onepen-first end of the second week caostr down before being :held and plete. On the next play, Webb inter- cepted a pass on Chester's 9- i yard line and ran the ball out ire tim 28. A DRIVE BEGAN at that point with lhe final quaiter now three Pam Neer Named Homecoming Queen Crowned as homecoming Queen during halftime of the , Chester-Greenville g a me a t Greenville Sa,turday was Pare i Neer. i Chosen by ,the student body other score, the march featu,ring in voting earlier in the week, a Zl-yard pass from Toseani to iMiss Neer was crowned by Cliff TaMlor. Neel ored on a one-i Hlt, Ind2an varsity fullback and yard plunge; Greco scored the i team eo.captain, in the halftime point-after on a 2-yard run: and ceremony. . . Greemrille led by a 13-6 score. ! Named as homecoming prln- i ....... ' ..... c.., i cess by the junior high student With t ,.e --.-.,. u,,t, ,.c,-i " ..... er took to the air completing tmdy was qo.c_'KYiceaO_nne_ona? ' was crowned oy 11 ru i ti "- one out of four attempts for 7 ..... ards nL jayvee quarteroacK. The Indians took possession on rheir 40-yard line in the final ViX re'canoes, t Cll'n-':ans mi,nute and ran out the clock on slow counts and quarterback sneaks. Open 'C' Basketball Neci and Greco carried for tot- Pl Thi Frid als of 62 and 75 yards respee-i ay s ay (tackle by Richmond, then 0 (tackle by liehmond. Smith and Taunt). A 15-yard penalty took the ball ott .to the 54-yard line. Sheets gained 7; Webb was stop- ped at the line (tackle by Hall), then broke loose for a 30-yard gainer, again being hauled tied at 19-19. Greenville ran three plays after the kickoff before Webb in- tercepted another pass, u.,nning back 20 yards to Greenville's 40-yard line. Webb gained a yard on the next play (tackle by Humphrey and Hol't ); he carried again on second down, bu a 20-yard gain was nullified by a 5-yard pen- al'ty. On third down, Webb pick- ed up 7 yards, was hit hard by Long and fumbled; lilea re- covered for Greenville. The Indians ran two plays be- fore Webb again intercepted, plucking a beautiful pass out of the hands of receiver Wayne Myers, who dumped him im- mediately on Chester's 41-yard line. With 35 seCOnds left in the game, Meeks passed to Webb for 14 yards ('tackle by McIrttyre on Greenville's 45-yard line). Meeks was ,then trapped for a 12-yard loss, and a fumble was recov- ered for Greenville by Snxlth. Grecnville got in two ummc- cessful plays before the final gun. 15 'Seniors Play In Final Game; in the Greenville Wo- she,.t .................... t 61 7 4.9 Webb ...................... 24 i92 1 7.25 Bowling League, M..I, ................... -' 0 i2 -6.00 Hi-Balls and the Zivler . ............ 1 1 0 1.00 lead in stand- TOTALS ............... 3 254 37 5.71 7-1 won.lost recm-ds. are the Wild West- INDIVIDUAL p/h$SING (Vart): With a 6%-1 record. Greenville aft eomp Int yards Grace ................ 13 3 3 49 W r. Holt .................. I o ,) 0 tit-balls 7 1 ; Octer ........... Meoks .............. 9 6  85 ........ 7 1 Webb .................. { o o 0 .......... 6 1 PASS RECEPTIONS: ....... 2 6 Greenville COmp yal'tl hester Variety ...... 0 8 M, ' 4 idivd, tml game and ser- Webb .......... i4 V$ Dorothy MeIntyre 184, m,.,,h ..................   468. team scores-- H,i-Balls Westerners 4193. Team Moves Tie for Lead [ down for the tying TD. He was Total First (h,w,s .... I. !held a yard shm't on the con- Yardage gained rush[n;: ........ 151 Yardage Io,;t rushing ........... i0 , .,, ,.,17"Lena version run, and t'he score stood Net yara,,: ....... hi, ,4, Rec Center s 16-6. ,v,,,.,1.. ,...,, , .....  .... ,, Total n.t v rdaz'v . ........ I'-' ! The half ended with an ineom- passe attempted ....... :, ,C'em ,. ;,ea--,,e ._. -lead ', plete pass following :the kickoff, v: ............. ,,,..,..,, ........... :, Ilad ill t {!1"',]}1 *1 ....... t Ydlr interception runhack .... 17 THE VOLCANOES went from Xu,,,t,e of kick,,ffs .......... :3 Center team, winrting their own 38-yard line to Green- Kicking averag ........... -_,s The Rec 4-0 over Medico-Dental, extend-ville's 16 in the nine plays fol- Yardage kick,ff return 11 ":umber of puns ............... 0 tively, for averages of 4.43 and t turning possession over to the 3.4 yards per carry Toseani ran i The Feather River League's T War h B ttl Vols on the Indian 41-yard line. for 14 yards and added another:: Clas "C" basketball season will i we C a e Chester scored quickly, Gn a 29- 41 with a ver-' resneetbvle (:pcn tomocrow (Friday). ; .......... our la s  v  , A total oi L9 varsity piayem yard run by Looney f P' Y completions out of -ass "-I Chester s Volcanoes will host i ......  ...... ater that gave the Vols a 6-0 tem,* o r- " !,uincv in their oneninr, con-[perorme(l In rnelr l;lnal mgn lead. Loo ......... itet Greenville's Indians will lSC. h I football game at Green- .......... thor t ' .ey pinked up most oI  .......  vine aturaay, 9 from Chester inelrmns move(1 romj, .. [Chesler's yardage runni'n, for ! travel to we.rwoo. !ann 6 fro m_ ...... m. ow l-yara line to (snest s ' . - " al- 52 yards (a 659 avera e r e Six game schedules will so r,efore r,ei,,- hel n there earn in l ' " g pe ar-. "  . The seniors included: the second s -uarter" The rols I ry) and completing two passes rnelude: ...... J From Greenville -- Cliff Holt. " :  I for 19 yards. Chester's Maxev zov 13---Chester at tireenvllleluok uo,n r,, .... a-v-, .... vt._ tu ed the ball back to cireen-ireceive d all three com'-leted Nov 27---Chester at Westwood, [ ............. _ ville after one series of downs. I ...... .... o ......... :'- Greenville at C)uincy tmtn_ mcaara uumImrey arm i:t.be Lt.)l O_ t tttl UI  'tlOS  -Iqon "1" Gr ' P . aunt eenvllle moved 30 yards m 1 Nov 20 -- Greenville at Chest- F ....... rum t:nester  Jay Roberts eight plays, Greeo going overt er, Quincy at Westwood Jim Webb Z _ _ .' [ JAYVEE YARDSTICK: , ene v:nos, Lfick 'from the 1-yard l'ine on third Nov 24 -- Chester at Quincy, Spencer, ff, aek Ziegler, Mitl,ard Gr Oh 87 11 56 26 82 10 3 l 2 5o 25 0 Westwc)d at GreenviLle Dec 1 -- Westwo(l at Chester, Quincy at Greenville. Las.n, Portola and Herlorg will compete among them..lves, each team playing a 4-game schedule. jt . EARNEY WILL INSTRUCT Meeks, Nick SaporRo, Allan ;Maxey and Kim Stampfli. I Two etcher Greenville seniors j sideHned with early season in- juries and un,able to take to thee field Saturday were Dick ates and Ed Garman. 'ed its lead to five games in lowing the openirg kickoff of VFW team moved into alcheste r Women's Bowling the second half. The march lea- first in Chester Men's League stand4ngs last week. The tured an 11-yard run by Looney League stmadings with second-place N o r w a lk five ami a 19-yard pass. ain last week over the drcpped 3 out of 4 to The Ced- The Indians held there, but five. a, v#ho climbed ,to third pc- moved ony 22 yards to their results: MeNamare's 3-1 ilon. own 38, Where a fumble was re- Club, Lazry's 3.1 covered by Chester as the third Yar tg' I'mtlized .......... 20 10 Lott ball. fllmlll. 1 0 Number offeniv,, Ida), 41 26 INDIVIDJAL RUSI-I.ING IJV): Greenville teb gains lost we N ,1 ............ 14 62 0 4.43 Grel o .............. :2o 75 " 3.40 T* scant ........... 4 14 3 2,75 TO'I'AIs .... :;x 151 1!, 3.71 '0, DRY SKI CLASSES Fillmore Earney will be in. slructor in charge of the dry ski classes to be conducted this :year at Chester High School. In- , r;_ct:.o:a will be cpen to all :;;.h.:q ag" groups c.n Nov 23 and De(' 3, 7, 10, 14, at the QUINCY HAS SEASON'S :TOP DEFENSIVE RECORD Quincy Hig,h's Troja,ns. who fin,ished in a tie for third place n final Feather River League football standings, completed the year with ,the best defensive record in the league. The Tro- jans held their opposition to 41 and Collins 4-0 Motel and Chalet W Kids ........ 8 ..................... 8 hell ................ 7 Pine .................... 7 .................. 5 Olub .................. 4 ............................ 1 Standings W L Rec Center = ............. 22 6 Norwalk ................ 17 11 L The Cedars ............. 15' 12 4 Lceatell's ............... 12 16 4 Smokeys .............. :-. 9 19 4 Medico-Dental ....... 8V_, 19' 5 High individual .cores  L 5 Budd 164 and 443, W ChabOt 7 423, B Ross 158, Maxey 158 and 8412. k 11 individu,al scores --   Mr and Mrs George Horsley 200 and 479; J and boys, Mrs Ethel Gadda, all and 462; R V:illaloves, i c ' Reno, visited Mr and Mrs 502; S Desk, 508. i Franis Grames, Sunday. NK YOU... We have enjoyed serving the nice o[ Plumas County for the past 15 Now we'll have the time to enjoy the [riends we have [ound - while Gene Shirley Spear carry on the cleaning bus- itleSS. Red and Eleanor Logan quarter ended. Chester Greed intercepted a Chester ,(,,,,,.:. 7 .2 . . :,,a  7 t,'. 9 prn. pass three plays later, running (;,'."'-"'" ..... - l ,, . 2,,,, !;!int' ..... i; 7 " 0.;;3 ' "  it back 17 yards to the Indian ........... 47-yard line. From there, the In- TO'l'\\;l. ........ t7 7 11 :,_'9 dians went all the way for an- Score by Quarters (Jv): ! (;reeuvilh! ............. ) 6 o 7--- 13 Post-Game Party t , At Webb Residence' A H'allowe'en party in Chest- or wa, held ,at the home of Jim Webb. Chevter High ....ior and va.'sily ha.lfbaek, following S- .aday's football game at Green- dl'lc. gome 50 schoolmates attended he affair. SOUDERS TEAM LEADS IN QUINCY LEAGUE The Sauders Funeral Home team. with a 7-1 won-lost rec- ord for the first 1we weeks of pl,ay, holds a one.game .lead in standings in the Pioneer League at iPoneer Bowl in Qu4ney. jt  Mi-Wuk Village Subject of Talk Guest speaker at last week's meetir7 of the Greenville Rot- ary Club was Mr Hoefler, devel- ,.Ore' of the .i-Wuk Village as , cantrolh,,'l residential and rec- maional area He spoke briefly on hs work in that .area and] p)ke cf plans for developing 1 an area i.n Dlumas County, aking full co gnJaance cf the I recreauonal facilqies of this ! The moat irritating man at the reunion of the class of 1929 , is the one who has both hair ,.ud mney. Chesler ltigh gymnasium fxrn points in 5 contests, an average of 8.2 points per game. The. Quincy team's offense scored on- ly 12 points in the season,s first 'three games; ,then scored a tot- al of 101 against the two final league opponents. I H II II cking Account means a lot to us! Free.! 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