The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 11, 1946 · Page 17
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I -'*. a » *&f*y?- , v ••, 'TAFT, Pec, J-'li^Jo-champions of the San"-Joaqujn. valley, with Edison ;T«chnical ' Tigers,, - following their 'sensational 13-13 ga,nie-played Satur, "flay night,at" JiatclitTe "Stadium 4n Fresno, the_Taft High Wildcats took inventory'in. the calibre of "their opposition this-year,_and cams up with ,&n 'All-Opponent .,team. that would gladden^the- heart-ofIany~'CQach. ' •Edison Tigers, £anta-Paula r Saints and:.-Pasadena'High 'Bullpups ""received two positions on the mythical eleven; wtiile^ the 1 other live spots were accorded to 'representatives -,from>Bakersfield, Delano, San Luis ••-Obispo, Tresno High and Visalia. Listed in the b'aclcfield were John Morse, sensational Bdison*"halfback, ( CIoyd Porsythe, Bakersfield full- liack;'Don'Burleson, r passing star of Sant&,^Paula,'andT>aul Johnson, star ot Delano's unbeaten eleven. iThe ,lirie ' included: Reed- (Santa -Paula) and 6end&-(Pasardena),'ends; Florentine and Erockmeyer (Pasa- '-dena), tackles; -Hush. (Fresno High) $nd" HbnneJi- (Visalia)," ^guards; and .Eeiger <Saji Luis. Obispo)/ center. The -"WiWcat JteanT-wlll' be feted this-week'with-two banquets. To"• night the school banquet will honor both members of the "Vafsity and -Lightweight" squads in the school cafeteria". • • > * r Thursday-evening the"local Twenty-Thirty" Club'will playjhost to the n Wildcats. .Ray George,. University of -.Southern ' California 1 line coach, will he the ^speaker of the'evening at the civic affair. '- . XABGEST DEER'KILL . CHARLESTON, 1 TV.' Va., Dee. 11. ' (33—The West "Virginia conservation commission, reporting the, largest Ueer~ku\ in' the animal's protected historyj-l&re, has s'et the figure unofficially Bt 3308,",and Chief Game Protector TV. R.'IDegarmo said it may _reach 4000. Some 2300 ivere killed last vear. '.', -> . ADVKRTISEMEST." ax.' Men Who GetUpKighis Often lojelhelr Pep if jou-havo to get-up 3 or more timts a Bight, your rest is broken and it's no wonder Jf.jou leel old .ana,'raBidown befor» your time. So if you Get-Up Nights or sul- Ji«r, from Bladder .Weakness/ Painful .Passages," Backache, Lee: Pains., Nervousness, Rheumatic PBins, Circles Under Eyej. or Swollen Ankle:, due to lion-orgauic and non- systemic Kidney and Bladder, Troubles, jou should tiy-Oystex <» pnjsicianV.jirescrip- ' Won). Usually, ..the very, flrst'Sose of Cysfex 1 goes right to. wori.htlplne ttie Kidneys flash out excess acids find wastes which may have caused ymit trouble." Trial Offer: To prove "what- Cyrtex jngj •do-to'bring you-ioyous help froraj-the-yalns'and distress due to ' above mentioned Kidney and Bladder troubles, B«t Cystex from your drageist.and give It a lair trial exactly c according to the simple directions.^ Unless'Completely satisfied *nd delighted with your rapid Improvement, your money btckr is euaranteed. So don't i suffer unother day without trying Cj-iiex, POSES PBOCDLY—TiTiirling Girl poses proudly-witt Trainer'JB, Jones at-Hialeah Pavk. She is by.AVJiirla-way, stretch-burning"top"- money-winne'r, out of; famous Nellie Flag.; "Wbirlaway's first <*rbp'/ become two'years ,old January 1. Calumet Farm "may start-two -• of them iu Florida. , „ „./.'• '," ,- "'„ Field of 125 Thoro£ihbreclail for Famed Santa ARCADIA, Dee.,11, (UPJ—An international field of, 125 thorough-' breds, including the champions of the United States, Europe and South America, was nominated today for the tenth' running of the Santa Anita handicap, the world's 'richest -horse race,' on March 1: Giving the field the, greatest international flavor of any .major turf event in the '500-odd years of racing history, were 22 horses from Eng^land, 'Ireland, Argentina and Chile •and 103, including 82 stake winners, from the United States. Foreign horses ' have won ~ the event twice. , Azucar from Ireland won In." 1935 and Kayak II from Argentina" in 1939. ' " • , Assault Js Named Assault, tlie triple 'crown "champion and greatest single 'season's money winner in turf history; 'Busher, the world's leading money %inning, filly and^Armed the handicap king, headed the Tnited States stars ^ who > were " named for the "golden run" of a mile and quarter. 1 Fast and Fair, who ran a^ead heat with the •English derby winner, Airbourne, and was thh r d j in, the? famed St. Leger, and Radiofberapy/ one of the foreign-season's leading 'three year olds, were regarded, ,a§ the foremost English entries •whicB' also included Paperboy, Jury. ;BoX, Majosta, Fair Truckle, War.'Again- anfl Almar. • "\ - '~, „Great Faith ^and "Ragamuffin, who were among the'six Irish horses, recently flown here by -air, 'led.tfiif contingent nominated by Ireland breeders. ., >, _ • '' '***' Mayer Nominates Eight"' _* It -was the second -largest fjeld ever nominated for --the _ race, surpassed only by the 134 named 'last, year. California stableggled Injnak- ing the greatest number _of subscriptions, "Louis ,B,; .Maj-er ~ and Charles S. Howard ~each nomiriatirig eight _and A. A. Baroni and C,» JH. Jones _and sons, fiye- etfch. M^trs. Elizabeth. Arden Graham',? 1 "Maine Chance Farms named - u six-*candt dates. ' ... ,-'-,;, >\ , - 'nl^h J r,againse" i Gl"end'ale 'College'on v thelsouthland courtl '"' 'j,';' ["'.-*' "' ""Ghristensen^plans toj follow up.the= -Eagle game^with.a scrimmagfe Thursday Anight with the- B/S.-.O, 1 T&irsity .Club, ^coached' -by AthleUcCDirector 'Ed^'Simonsen.- if~^ ' """"' u" ~',1 . > .Lettennen .to' Start ,',!Ehree lettermen from the 19451946 ^Renegade squad-."will be"in the starting'lineup tonight, a'ccording to Christenseh.- He-revealed that- he" plans to open with'Buddy Jones" arid Lawrence,* Ruby^at - forwards, .Jack Rolfs', at- centeir\andi Charley" gai-ver arid, Don >_Beaver^ at guards. ' ,. Joneg,; Ruby land^ Beaver "are re -tuyhirig lettermen, JtossJwas u" standout on a, good .East Bakersfield THgh Sehopl;qulntgj.before h& enteredjtlie service., and _Sarver was one of the .main," factors; in-Bakersfield .High School county <- championship last season.** ' ' •-.Two other lads who performed at JEastHigh before enterlng*~the ser>< ice n Paiil.Goodrich-and-Evei'ey: Tungate,- also'Vere singled out by Chris^ Jensen as cagefs expected',) to," see plenty- ot.action.. Tungate "at present Js<--wrestling with ..scholastic'-dif- "ficulties^buttis expected,*) help the Renegafles 1 if he can keep Jils grades abav&She eligibility" line. -/,i k. Full Schedule', "'pth'er_members J of the "squad who survived the early season 'trimming down process 'are Forwards Bill Tov, Buddy'-Cox,' Royce Ringsdorf, 1 John Hicks, "Hal * Anderson and "George Benjamin. Genfter, candidates include Jim David anlJ John-Hamilton. Paul Baldwin, At Wheelan ' and Larry Steigmiller are on^the guard-roster. •• This year's Renegade quintet will .bfKthe first to play a full intercol- legHtS-" schedule since the 1941-1942 ,q'uiritet-%hich -finished second in the Central California Junior College Conference.' T ~~ - * ^ * Christensen took "over, the ^coaching reins tliis- season ti;om Jack Frost, who is finding -his 'football duties .sufficient to. .keep him- occupied. ..»""*-.. ' ; . ; _, Dump Truck Operators Will Elec/ Officers "Dump truck operators in this area willxattend an- organizational meeting,of the newly-formed. Dump Truck 'Owners Association Thursday at 8 p. "m. at'847 Decatur street,,Oildale, it was announced today by Arthur Weisy* teniporary, chairman "of ,the " " " * Jl - =- In fad, Chevrolet has the iowest-pnced line passenger cars in Moreover, the new Chevrolet is the chase price, operafion and upkeep. only car in its field that gives Big- Take it from /any- and every stand- Car beauty, Big-Car comfort, Big-Car point, Big-Car quality—lo^ purchase performance, BIG-CAR QUAUTY AT price—low operating and upkeep cosh LOWEST COST in a!l items of pur- -ai! tell you to choose Chevrolet! Twenty-second and Chester Avenue Phone 9-9441 '1^71 3^f ^-3?A_SADENA, Dec. 10. (UE>—Far from,-freezing 1 out -its Jlsjntaria- and Idaho stepchildren, the Pacific-Coast" Conference today scheduled^ each "for, at.least four games'.during- the,194T football'Veasort, • "* * ,. 3 - { '-, Montana,; whifeh.has "averagVd four gaines A season iwith conference foes since it joined -jthe I».'C.'.0.'lii 1924, T wiH meet Idaho and three other teams, fjwobabljr from * the, , north? westi'Jt was ^earned. f " - ? - ' i*_Idah<}, the'other conference orphan, wHl,-play •„ Washington, AYashington State, Oregon,' Oregon State, Stanford and -Montana. " ^ ~. ( .~,\-"Local Schools Won't Play.' •< " The schedule was to be placed'Be- fore faculty members for ratification today before the annual -winter meeting -winds up. , ' • California schools", ' eager to - include, high-drawing interse'ctional dates in their schedule, had flatly refused to play the perennially outclassed .mountain teams ani w.ere ^reported ready to ask them ( (to resign. Montana had already asked to join the Big, Seven but had been turned The"l947 schedule when it is completed-will include at least eight intersectional frays: 'They are Southern California versus Kotre' Dame and Ohio State, U. C. ~L. A. versus Northwestern and probably -Iowa. California "against "Wisconsin and Navy, Oregon Stale versus Nebraska and Washington versus Minnesota. Approved Officials 'University of California at Los Angeles dropped a proposed game against Texas Cliristian and University of California dropped one against Pennsylvania. Coaches yesterday approved officials for next fall and raised tcejr pay from $75 "to ?1(10 for varsity gaines. Fee ^for freshman and a'unior varsity games^was upped $10 to $25. "Conference officials also voted to junk special rules for veterans on January -1, 194Sr but said veterans indiictpd before last August 15 could apply for benefits in special cases. LOS AXGELES, Dec. 11. OP) — -Adam Walsh abruptly resigned as for "Walsh. - , yn ---.,-,- • head coach of the IMS Angeles Earns , Sporting. qMj;/was- described as land disclosed today that he •<**• ieifio"i!rha*ge .^ Ja_cobs"--lyKf ..shown" some im' ' JACOBS' CONDiTIOi!- SEEN S. (iMike) Ja : and pfesi- f itbe" -Twentieth Century ---- Ram Grid Coach Open -' •;* -,~, - . - -v • Any Suggestions ! contained a two-year option clause " . season, his first in pro ranks. piloted the then-Cleveland - lospi tal* -where Jie has- been- a. pa- . ~ .suffering a cerebral ago. afte'r- stricken with But the big question here and around 'She JNational .Professional Football League was simply: Why did he relinquish; what moat observers call a choice-assignment? The man famous as the center of Knufe -Rockne's" great "Four Horsemen" teams at Xotre Dame in the early twenties would,give no intimation of what prompted his decision. " i * Prepared- statements issued by Walbh and President-Owner Daniel F. Reeves of the Earns insisted the parting was friendly. , "We are going our respective ways the very best'tif friends and I wish ^,™^ „ i him the test of luck." said "NValsr' • ( MEMPHIS, .lenn., De.c. 11. OB— adding that-Reeves had-offered hiin Southern Association President^lly I an extension this .year of a five-year Evans, who in his 22 years as an i contract he signed'in 1945—one that American 'Z,eague umpire called •"~~ ~ many a' game pitched by Walter! Johnson, said today he never once 1 heard "The Big Train" protest a de- i elsion. _, j Typical of , Johnson's easy-going 1 manner,"Eyans said, was an incident that occurred late in the pitcher's record 16-game' winning streak. vatetfieia and company to tho ' 1 runner-up position in the western '•division and the backing of a ne«' Los Angeles following which averaged better than 47,000 per game here. Walsh's brother, Charles (Chile) Walbh, apparently remains with the Rams as general manager. Reeves said no replacement was set at this date. -Backfield roach Bob Snyder reportedly has signed his 1347 contract and Line- Coach George Trafton Jias been offered a new contract. ^ The" Rams won sis g.imes. los-l four and tied one. Included was a close loss and a tie with the Chicago Bears, and a victory over the Xe\\ York Giants, who meet the Bears for the title Sunday. Tt seemed a rulfng might break his streak. t <' '•Late in the game with a" two- run lead," Evans related. ''Johnson 'had runnel's on second and third with 'two down. The batter hit a terrific .drive down the first base line and the fielder—Joe Judge, I believe—made a, sensational stop. "Johnson covered, apparently had the runner by a step but missed the j base by inches. I called the batter safe and the two men on base scored to % tie the game.' .- "I -was surrounded by some 20 Washington players, all protesting loudly and. with emphasis that I had erred. California Coach May Get Off Hook BERKELEY, Beer 11. UP)—Head Football Coach Frank Wickhorst may get off the hook>t the University of California 5 today. ,, i The student body executive coni mittee, "Mr. Boss'* to the Bears, athletic sup_ervisors, meets .this aflj- ernoon with indications the twice- tabled motion to remove Wickhorst and members- of his staff will be brought up again. ' A student-alumni clamor broke out against Wickhorst after his team finished with seven games lost and two won. BEAXTV-MOSCONI BUSY j Homer Beatty and" Marvin Mos"Johnson,"* returning to the pitch-1 com, two of the »coathes_ handling ing mound, passed the protesting j the Bakersfield High School football mob . and, without breaking his < team last fall, have taken up new stride, quietly said: . " 'Get off Bill. Get on me. missed the bag." '-'That ended the argument." duties during the Christmas holidays. They are selling- Christmas trees next to the Coca Cola plant on Eighteenth street. Biggie Munn is Top Coachingjoi) Choice EAST I^A.XSIKG, Mich., Dec, 11. (UPJ—Clarence .(Biggie) Jlunn, long a favorite o( Michigan football fans as a line coach at the University of Michigan, was the top candidate today to replace Jl\» resigned Charley Bachman as head coach at Michigan State College, j Officials at Michigan Stalo said they would announce their selection soon, and it was understood tho choice lay among Mums, now head coach at Syracuse. Earl Blaik of Army and Frank JWfckhorst of California. Slunn won four games and lo:-t five during the past season, his firht under a three-year contract at Syracuse. Wickhorst Is under seveie firs at,California after a losing season. t Baehman resigned after winning five and losing five this yoar. Now.. . a Better of Driving Dramatic new, tire principle gives you 14% MORE AIR /or smoother riding, easier,driving, better car control i ~' *• IAKE a demonstration ride today on the great new T!L S. Royal Air-Ride. See your U. S. Tire Dealer —discover for yourself the new kind of riding and driving ease the U. S. 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