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* Rene .County Quintets Play in Novel Games at Wasco -The first of its kind in Kern county, five high school varsity basetball teams will converge on Wasco tonight to take part in the Wasco Basketball Carnival. Taking part will be cage lives from Wasco, Bakersfield, East Bakersfield, Shatter and Ta£t. Each team will play a total of four quarters, A regular game, and each quintet will have played each of the other teams in the- play. A running score oa each school _,vrill be kept throughout the evening telling- the total number of points it scored and the number of points it had scored against it. .Appropriate trophies are expected to be awarded to the teams designated as the tops offensively and defensively. Wasco, Taft. and the two local schools are members of the same conference, while Shatter is the largest school in the Sierra basketball loop. Play will begin at 7:30 with Wasco meeting East High. This quarter will be followed by Bakersfield against Taft, Blades against Shatter, Wasco against Drillers, Shatter against Taft, Blades against K. C., Wasco against Shatter,' Taft against Blades, Drillers against Shatter, and Taft against Wasco. MAY GO HOME NEW YORK, Dec. 14. OR—Reporting continued improvement in the condition of Babe Ruth, physicians at French Hospital said last night it was expected he would be able to go home Sunday. The former home-run king lias Been under' treatment for a sinus condition. KRAMER/SCHMEDER DRAW ASSIGNMENTS IN DAyi^CUP PLAY MELBOURNE, Dee. 14. OB—It will probably be Jack Kramer and .Ted Sehroeder of the American team against Jolin Bromwieh and Dinny Pails of the defending Aus-- tralian squad in the singles of the Davis Cup tennis matches. Jiere" during Christmas wefek. Australia's five-man selection 'committee met last night to pick the defending team and while formal announcemen', will not be made until Monday, it was learned authoritatively that Bromwich, Pails, Adrian Quist and Colin Long were chosen. At the same time, it was indicated that the American team had decided to send Kramer and Sehroeder into the singles. Non- playing Captain Walter Pate was expected to announce his Monday, Kern River Tourney ExtendedjDne Week Heavy traffic on the Kern Rrve,r Country Club course caused officials of the fall handicap tournament to allow "another week for playing of second and consolation round matches, it was announced today by Gene Hochstedler. "We have only a nine hole course lere and with 96 players on the course in tourney play -it caused some congestion. We sure could use an 18 hole course," he stated. The second 3- and ^ consolations rounds originally were scheduled to he played off, by Sunday. for the First Time in Kern County Presents SINSfiTIOifAL HOT ROD RACES at the Every Syiiday Time frails 12:30 P. Sfl. Races at 2 P. M. Two Miles North of Oildale on Chester Avenue Free Bus Leaves Santa Fe Bus Depot, Twentieth and K Streets, at (2:30 and 1:45 P, M. Phone Bakersf ieid 2-7466 Bruins Return to Grid Field for , LOS . — Cotapletely rested ,> after- a, "vacation which capped --a 10f streak; the TT. C. L. - porfto Coach Bert La day^ to begin the rnose, of H the year^-drills fpr' the "Rose BowI.Js»uary? Asked if ' he"'ta'oiiigft't : since the Nebraska cKarae 30' was good or'bad.for La "Brucherie smiled, '* we're • tickled tcr XJeataV^'The. boys needed- a vacati(5n,I?---c" i _-" , V' - 1 ,".even needed- a vacation,!?-£"*-*•{ I>a Brucherle's_.,-smile? r>* broader' as he view«C.Ms -..—,Ott the injury list', and-back ta-lfairi ing, were'two'eraek-.IiSifbaclSB', Erjiie JoTinson-and^Cal<Roissf)''and two-linemen, TacRle " Bob ; Slike' and - r RIgHt End .Tom Feats, whom "many.'consider almost thev equal -of AU-America End Burr Baldwin.*' ' - ' . Jqhnson leads the Uclans in points scored this past season with 42. Rossi -was headed for All-America honors and scoring laurels before he broke an ankle bone early in the :oast conference campaign.' K Mike, second string tackle—and particularly good on defense, also has recovered from an ankle injury. The Bruins will drill ^very day except Sundays and Christmas un;il the big game, which will mark :he end of the college careers of Baldwin, Lineman Don Malmberg and Quarterback Ernie Case. Whether Johnson and Rossi can ?et back their timing and speed •emains to be seen. Rossi got into :he game with Southern California November 23, but only briefly, and mainly for sparkplug purposes, and m a few plays in the Nebraska game plainly showed the need of iompetltive action. The same was rue of Johnson. The Bruins were slated to begin practice this afternoon. But the line was switched to 9 a. m.—be- cause the boys wanted to take in he lx>yola-Alhambra high school battle in the afternoon. ._ Taft J. C. Five f Defeats_Coalinga TAFT, Dec, .14."—Taft, Junior College's basketball learn ; opened its 1946-1947 conference schedule last , night by defeating"~Coalinga Jay see, | 32 to 28, on the local court. It was a hotly contested game with Coalinga overcoming a first half deficit to take a 26 to 24 lead with only 2% minutes left to play. At this point, Bill House, Taft substitute " forward; sank two fast baskets to put his team in tho lead. With 10 seconds.to go, Rudy Johnson worked his way in for a setup shot to assure victory. AI Aaron, forward,, led the Taft scorers with 8 points. * Captain Cheney paced the losers with 10 points. Score at hajf time found Taft leading, 15 to 14. , Officials for Bruin, Illinois Game Named PASADENA, Dec. 14: (UE>— Rose Bowl officials for'ithe U. C. ~L. A.- University of Illinois New Year's CHOO CHOO—North Carolina's headliner, Choo Choo Justice will be counted on plenty Kew Tear's Day when he runs into Charley Trippi and company. Roadster Races Set for Speed Bow Sunday Afternoon; 35 Are Entered Thirty-five southland drivers are scheduled to bring their hot rods to enter the roadster race competition of eight events at the Speed Bowl tomorrow as well as Bakersfield's two speed specialists, Spud Simkins and George Raich. Spud dropped out with motor trouble in the 30-lap event last week but has his number 100 in better condition than, ever for tomorrow's races and ha. other^s* . ..«.,^,v. - The top position boys, which" include DoaJTreeland, Manuel Ayulo Gordon Reid, Wally Maxwell, Doug that there are at least three new drivers from the tracks in the boiith who are expected to he at the local track Sunday and several apjjlica- tions have been received from Kern county boys to participate. " Drillers-Defeat Fresno Cagers in CloseCpntest PRESXO, Dec. 14.—An improved Bakersfield High School varsity basketball team cashed in wyjjjts first interscbolastic victory Friday night by defeating- Fresno High School here r 41 to 32. Coach Ray Scott's lightweight cagers made the evening: an unmarred success by squeezing out a 16 to 15 victory over the Warrior Bs. The varsity encounter was a very close affair until in the final four minutes of play -when the quintet from Kern county drew away to its nine-point triumph. Coaches Carl Berra and Dxvight Griffith were impressed with the playmg O f the boys, especially after the Edison Tech contest a. week ago. Bill-Shubin starred for the'locals as he led the way in the scoring column, sinking five 'baskets and five free throws for 15 points. Close behind was Larry Schnaldt' who made 10 points. Pacing the losers were Carston and Addicott with 52 and 10 points respectively, more 'than half of. their team's points. Scores at haiftime were Bakersfield 21. Fresno 20; Tonight the Drillers compete in Lhe First Annual Cage Carnival'at Wasco. Williams,. Sarver, Manning., and Teter paced the Sandabs, who squeezed out a ono-point victory. The game was ciose all the way and score at half time was S all. " Box scores: ' .. BAKERSFIELD fg It pf to Schnaldt. f 4 2 4 ID Anderson. 12014 Gibbons, o Barber, E Shuljin. g Bell, g 403 202 FRESNO (3 tl 111 to WVIsh. r 0 . S 2 "2 Dcn.nmy, f 0 0 Glrstoii. 152 Adr'icotL, c S 0 5 5 2 10 j Ziiiin. . 0 0 0 0 j Ulilir. f J.Mcgian. g 00 2 0 X 12 3 10 1325 1103 0 0 "These applicants."" said TVare. "will be welcomed to the bowl if their cars measure up' to the rigid safety-rules and regulations set up — — ., ^^^v^,, by the'association".-Several local ap- ^ndoubtedly turn in an- pllcants were turned down lEst week, rt " CT performance. _ but will be re-examined *whcn thev have incorporated the necessary safety features into their hot rods." Ware said that hot .rod races were operated for sport and prizes and j Tolall 17 7 12 41 Hal.' -core: Bakersfielt!, 21: Fresno. 111). BAKERSFIELD (B) FRESNO (B) <H » Si tp 1 S Although they were slated to enter the game as definite underdogs, Bakersfield Junior College's Renegades are hopeful of springing an upset as they journey south hy bus for tonight's basketball season opener against the strong Glendale College Vaqueros, Glendale, reported to have one of its strongest teams in years, crashed through its' sixth straight opponent Wcdues- Bears Are Choice in TitleContest NEW YORK, Dec. 14. 0?>— George Halas, brought his Chicago Bears here today to tangle with the New York Giants tomorrow for the National .Football League championship, and the way the neighborhood betting boys figure it, the Bears should win easier than falling down. They climbed off a morning train Just .about the. time the better betting shoppes were taking down their shutters and opening up for the day. And when they did, it was discovered the gambling gentlemen had overhauled their odds overnight and now have the Bears a.lO-point favorite over the Giants to win their fifth title since the play-for-pay pig- skinners first' decided b;iclc in 19;iG j ouier is prat to bring east and west together in a j ketbal! gops. day night with a 53-38 victory over Riverside Junior College. The Vaqueros are unbeaten. According to southland news sources, the Vaqueros have a team composed almost entirely of freshmen, including i'ii;h! of the most outstanding prep st:ir* in the Los Angeles area lust ynir. Renegade Coach Chris Cliriston- seti, mifriglitpneil by ilie ropm-is from the south, declared, "There's no doubt that Glendale has R very good club, but before the game is over they'll know tlify-'ve had a rugged time." The Rpnegadrs' nn!v action this year was in a 5i>-.3 \v:» over the Eagles, a local night league club, in a practice game this work. Against the -Glendale quiiitf. Christensen will throw a RenoKadp team with speed and shooting u!>:i ity, but little height. Only two n: the starting five tonight will be ovr-r the 6-foot mark in height ami nil- other is practically a midget as la*. post-season championship scramble, Inasmuch as the Giants raised lumps on the Cubs the one time they got together this season, it was difficult to figure out how this betting price was reached. It still looked like'a 50,000 crowd and a record $155,000 gate for tomorrow. 3t will he thn fourth time 1he Bears and the Giants have vasslcd it out. for the championship. The Bears won in 1SSS and Ifl-u and the New -Yorkers won in 1!KJ4. I>i>n of 5 Ti'ter Canicr Manning Bmis Wehh Wilcr Sa rve r Jacks William Martle 0 3 001 1224 oooo 0212 0010 1 ' 1 0 S 0000 2014 0 0. 0 0 .. i Huhr.er 0 ' • •iildell H-.-iK.ii TiTtin fg ft pf tu 2105 1002 0050 1002 •3026 0030 001 0 G£ove,; Troy Euttman and Spud,. ^^ ia ^ u iui - spore ana prizes anal- „.„,,„ , . , ,, ' _ , - SlSTSSffiS? 'L to »J&:? 1 * ^.^«* Better features St"^ i^U 5^U I 7 1 11 15 by competition for . position and to pile up points for the season. Manager Bob Ware said Thursday for cars and not to see who could act dangerously on the track.' " "Safety is our prime tion," Ware stressed. oonsidera- / Hawaii Pro Gridders Michigan Schedules East Team Selected Scor ^ Seventh Win Stanford Grid Games for Shrine Contest CHICAGO, Dec. 14. UP)— Sticking to the policy of scheduling.only unl- Iined-'up_""lts an&"'l949 football Day game were 'announced by Pa- j the Pacific coast schedules featuring an "intersec tional marriage" with the Pacific coast. Series with several eastern schools, notably Army, Xavy, Tale and Pittsburgh also have been scheduled. Big Nine athletic directors and coaches labored through a 12-hour session yesterday mapping the gridiron chart. ' It -still is' incomplete with some intersectional games to fill in, but the way it is lining up the accent is on the relationship with SAX FHAXCISCO, Dec. 14. (JP>— ilinus the Army's touchdown twins, Doc Blanchard and Glen • Davis, the Paul Munoz Boxes in Sem'hWindup . Six preliminary bouts have boon scheduled for the nine-fight card for next. Jlonday night at Str'plich Stadium, featured by three main events-, j •win the 'semi-windup. Bog Kiiulig, ' will tackle Paul Murioz, clever local bauUrmveight. Kindig, a hard - ! puncher, will . have his hands full i with Munoz. who went to a thrilling ,' draw at the arena last Monday night, j In a special attraction, 'Manny I Cruz, 1'18-poui-ider. runs into Joe LB Center .lack Ross stands nl>.>v" the (i-foot Hue, a.s does Forward PHK! Goodrich, but Ht the other forward post little Buddy .Tones will be looking, upward most of the night. Th<-guards, Lawrence _ Ruby and Beaver, stand in the vicinity feet, in inches.. , Also due to see plenty of auiinn. according to Christenscn. arc Kvfii-- ett "Tiger" Tnngate, Charley Oliver and Jim David Of these, Daviii is the only li-footcr Tungatp anil Sarver, two of the sharpest lads on the squad in hitting the basket, hnyp trouble reaching the 5-foot, S-im-h mark. A l."-man squad left rUikprsfH.i early this afternoon for the trip, Ui« Renegades' first of the season. Two-Ball Foursome Slated at Stockdale A two-ball mixed foiirsnnie will be hold on Sunday a I. .Slockdaln Go!; and Country Club, it wns aiinnimriM today. The too artists will Mart, nhoniv nftor noon an<1 tiirkpve \\-ili be awurde-l to the winner-, ^ Moumvhilo member., of'the v!;,- HOXOLVI^tT, Dec. 14. .(TJ.R>—The Hawaii Warriors today had a 'chance of .gaining a playoff for the Pacific Coast League professional football •-''• J «"-"rn mate crown after their 31 to 13 victory i'TCodi'iciuez and Hei over the Tacoma Indians last night. bcen -Included on — ~, — .By scoring their seventh straight for the annual triumph the Honolulu entry found -.-~ - ., football classic i its playoff chances hinging on how was listed by Shrina sponsors of the i the Los Angeles Bulldogs fare in game today. j their remaining-five games. Managing Director William Coff-' The Warriors won last night liy man had no comment on the failure \ bottling up the Tacoma pas-sing to secure the West Point wreckers, i game and making 8 interecoplions had ^— '-'— ' 'i--..— winners of ih. ; £r,E:»>™ tf » F'S HHSB A return match between John ! •man Franklin has I ... the card, while i rounding out the card are bouts be- i tween Elmer Buckmaster against i Odell Flower?, Rudy Marquez i against Ted Kelly-and Manny Garcia.: against Carlos Cid. • v j There had been persistent reports that the game directors were eager to secure their .services. The complete eastern squad: Ends—Cecil Bonders, Ohio State; Elmer Madar, Michigan: Arthur Lit- ' tleton, " '-• • • — -- - - ' bpfoie an approving crowd of 25 UOO. The vaunted aerial artistry of Tacoma's Marv (Tommygun) Tommer- vick was held in check until the —„— —. t final minutes of the game as the Pennsylvania; Walter Rob-1 Warrior line hurried him and the Bob- Skogland, ' J " ' " - ' Fight Promoter Suffers Relapse in New York Notre Dame. Tackles—William Moore, Penn They are Referee, James K. Tunney, Loyola (Los Angeles); umpire, H. G. Hedges, -Dartmouth; head , . , State, and field-judge, Bernard Darling. Detroit. ?: John Kerns, Ohio University; Bernie Gallagher, Pennsylvania. Guards—Fred Rovai, Notre Dame: John Mastfangelo, Notre Dame- Hal Dean, Ohio State; J. Stacco, Colgate. •*-*•• •-»• jux^ugco r "JL/iii'tJiitJULnr flGHQ ' * "-*-"**"*o -vuj.4. j.ji.i^jii^tij-i emu. i3Lo.ii- : VjCll tPFB- xxODGI"t (Jrl3,TlClO( 'COl3l3-t6J linesman, James W. Hole, Michigan (-ford have agreed to play four games John Cannaday, Indiana. fitatp. a>irl -fiei^rf 1 " -iii/T«-n *D n >.n ^,,,^3 i-v™ ^,~;*-i^;~, ~: _,_ j.i._ - . ». .- ! JEJetCKS™— A 6tpl7 PlllOS, JjIclijlTl^* Bob Sanrtberg, Minnesota; Joe Andrejoo, Fordham; Paul Weaver, Penn State; Nick Sacrinty, Wake Forest; Ed Allen, Pennsylvania; Ed Cody, Purdue; Ed Hirsch, Northwestern; Tommy Dorsey, Blown; Larry Bruno. Indians tried pleted only S. NEW YOHK.!! Dec. 14. (UP)— Doctors who had hoped to remove the name of Cfi-ycar-old Mike Jacobs from the critical list at St. Clare's for five in- Hospital today said that his re- the first lialf. The | lapse yesterday would keep him 31 passes and com- j on the list despite his gradual im! provement last night. ary at Berkeley. The title play was srliei.luli-il tn b« held ia.st week, but twn piit-i.-essivn days of vain forced caiicel|!i||r>n nf tin; affair. Tin; i-hampionship rounds \vore reslatert fnr next year. Miami Footballers Manhandiejrooklyn MlA.Mf. Fla., Dec. H. (#)— Tlip Miami Seahawks wrnte their opi: taph last night in a . thrilling—ruul i unexpected—display of j»jwer fc.<n- i Football Coneference eleven :u to ; 20 with only 2,",40 niouniers attend. i ing. thus far are-California, "C. C. L. A., ] Southern, California, Stanford and i Washington. Michigan and Stan- •within six years, the series beginning next fall in Ann Arbor. Amafeyr Boxisig December 16, 1946 22OJL V Street , First Main'Event—162 Pounds Jerry Ah Chin vs. Chan Rodriguez Second Main"E>fent—140 Pounds Eddie Perei vs.- Richard Jones Third Main Event—172 Pounds Quell Helen vs. Battling Joe Smith Semi WindupT-126 Pounds Bob Kindig vs. Paul Hunoz Special Attraction—-118 Pounds Manny Cruz v&,'~ Jee~ Oresco Four Rounds—152 Pounds 'John Rodriguez vs. Herman Franklin Four Rounds—128 Pounds Elmer Buckmaster vs, Odell Flowers Four Rounds—132 Pounds Rudy Marquei vs, Ted Kelly A Great Opener—126 Pounds Manny Garcia vs. Carlos Gid GENERAL ADMISSION RINGSIDE $1.50, SERVICEMEN AND CHILDREN 50c. TAX»1NC. Seats on Sale at Hotel, El Tejon 1 and H. O. Westbay Cigar Store 960 Baker Street Planning on Building? 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