The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 16, 1946 · Page 16
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Return Game H ere s-'ii field .-Junior;^ stepped warily across"; ihe ithreshold ^ •" "1 - * 1 . ^ ' . • * ^ ' ^ L * -' - ~ *- -- •• of their -1946-1947 basketball season Saturday night, 1 ; 'then were tranipled; mercilessly jby an , outa^and- ing .:Glendale:; Cblege *J» -• .r . , ^-^ that chalkedl 'up: its /seventh straight* victory; ofthe season./69-31.!>; C ; The contest; was; the ."'first ^bf "a: two- game home-and-home', series between the clubs. T Glendale Ayill travel - to Bakersfield for a : return game Wednesday night. , ; Glendale ran wild in the second half of the tilt to stretch a 12-point A five bout Christmas Special, topped by a world's championship match .between Martino Angela and Gorilla Kamos; will be presented on the'.Weekly-wrestling show day night at Strelich Stadium, -... ':,[ The -"•wrestling", title bout was arranged for by Steve Strelich'. local mat promoter, both as a Chi-istmas and New Year's present and because Ramos has demanded the match. ; Ramos tangled with Angelo here more than a "month, ago . and de^ the holder of the world's , halftime lead to 38 points at the "sntheavyweight title. He was not * ' ' * *X fe«-* ft. -•• ^J ** -J ^ L_ ^. — _.fc r j_ T t^*l. _ !______ _ __ , _ _game's end. The Taqueros led, 27-15, at the intermission. . feay Kenz jtnd Gene Haas, Vaquero forwards, eparjced the Glendale ; attack and when ; Haas went •: out on fouls Jack BarHcame in to maintain Kenz^sank•."14; pciiits ;tp game's : scorers; Haas bucketed 10 and/; Earl"-slipped In^12. awarded the ctftSwn, however, as the belt was not at stake. . This week, however, the belt will be up for the winner, and Ramos hopes to repeat his previous victory. It will be a two out of three falls affair, over two hours. In the second event, a- two out of ; three falls match, 45 minute time lar he basket for at least-l: point; : : thepic, to Morris Sha - scoret.'with 5 field. goals'for* li) iipihts. •Paul Goodrich poured through 3 field goals and an -'equal'';-:-number. of 3 throws for 9, and Buddy Jones came through with 2 .field goals and a charity toss for 5 points. : ; The other two members: of the starting quintet, Lawrence Ruby _and Don Beaver, each counted': 3. j Everett Tungate,/withra:/singleIppint, was the - only Renegade substitute to'! break into the scoring column. Saturday's game opened a busy for the Bakersfield cagers. They play a return match with Glendale Wednesday night and Friday night entertain the '-/University of Califorhia.:at Los Angeles frosh. ^Strelich acquired the match ; to make his fans happy. Lyman is probably the most popular^ grappler to appear here in a crowd is going to hope he N gives Shapiro a fancy Another local favorite. Bill Varga," ^ ^ . the -. ' . ' - , - I L • ^ w • •'""--.I iciais 1 ^ I T •'": ir The same conditions will be In this bout as in the-Lyman-Shapiro affair. Ian from Australia meets Joe "Wolfe in a 30 minute affair, and Dude Chick faces ' Qus Johnson in the opener over 20 minutes. Can't Stop Kern county .athletic officials and Aiding Men DALLAS .Texas, Dec. 16. UR— How will you keep an old 'grad from "taking: care" of-a star athlete for going to the alumnus' college and playing football? ' "What's to prevent him from slipping the athletic young man a couple of fifties or a suit of clothes now and then—either to get him to attend the old grad's college or to keep him satisfied while he's there? Meeting here over the week end conference fathers frankly admitted subsidization of athletes had gotten out of hand and said something needed to be done about it. The Southwest Conference is considering several methods, the chief one, of course, being to work through [the coach and athletic director. Second Son Born Friday «fc» - /— - - '•-„ •" > / December * ' -" - - -' Rubber made Frame Stand With Rubber • '**':'*•.*--':'' -.:A'.'^^i -^w- Wheels Tires Rubber Frames Roller Shame! Finish Stock Inch Enamel Finish Either Mo dels Ens Rubber me! Tires Unusual the, pace. lead the oaches, coaces will hold their annual banquet tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the Un iversal hotel in East Baker sfield^ Topping the affair. will be artalk by Verne Landreth of the state de parmeht of ^education and a,; well known Pacific Coast Conference official. ' -"-:•:•-,;: '" • " ' 'V '. •'.•/..•: \ Job ami Christina UP AND DELIVER Call 456 ontorecf Appointment High Edison 2425 way CALiF BAKERSFI LOR CA LVE RT Pius Excise Tax LVE ERVE CA LVE CA EC Gunn Hear Detect and Collect ELLOWS Pis 5th $4 55 PARK LFO RESERVE HSLLSTONE B & B . , n „ 5th .; $7.50 !. W. HARPER Pints ....... $5,00 Pints ... . „ . §2*50 5th $3.93 Pint $2.45 • ' • DAN MAY, Prop. California and Streets ndard rands ow L and HILL 5th $4.13 OLD HERMITAGE 5th $4.13 5th $4.13 BOND aifti LiLLRD 5th $4.13 OLD CROW th $6.76 FOUR ROSES. 5th $4.30 PAUL JONES Dinner Wine Cejone, Red and White . . . §i.l4 -•-- -• •' -'..•'- - ^ -. . '*,,.. ' ' - -,- . • m - I fea COLLECTION FOR BODING CHAMPION OF 1890s i BERNARDINO, Dec, 16. ^burial collection was planned ^tpday for Frankfe; Erne, 71i.;:i. former lightweight boxing chapipioni; whose body lay un- ^laimed at a local .mortuary. :,'' Erne, cook at a coniiry the'.last''-seven months, was killed *, KEVT YORK, Dec, 36. (UB—New York authorities moved in today on a gang of New Jersey gamblers who | Jfe * m LUC JUoL DO til . JUUJJLlJrt, 11 <4O IVillV,v* u- gputjg* *,-i ^*V,F. w>**.«%^ n -- — - ^ SatnTdav, : when struck by a car sought to stage a sports -"fix" rival- § driven - by/: Con. way M. Fischer, ^ r L T r L San Bernardino. .- » - .Toim McComiell. local' sports enthusiast, is arranging for a burial collection to be taken at the Sau Bermmluio boxing arena, I r nioriuary attendants said, Winning'the lightweight championship from Kid Lnvigne, SiVgi- naw. Mich., July 3, ISO,'Erne .lost the title to ^oe fians on May 12, 1902. at Fort Krie. Pa. ' Champion's Captain ismissa CLEVELAND, Dec. IB. iff)- ling that of the notorious Chicago Black Sax baseball scandal of 1919. The syndicate tried to get two stars of the New York Grants Professional football team to toss their National League championship game with the Chicago Bears yesterday. They suggested that Fran Filchock, the Giants' passing artist, and Merle Ifiipes, a consistent ground gainer, see that the Bears won by more- than 10 points. The betting fraternity had conceded- the Bears were 10 points better than the Giants. The Bears won, 24 to 14, without any skullduggery. ¥ Man Admits Fix Attempt Both players, however, re-fused to have any part in the "fix." Just who tipped off the police was not cer- Jim tain, but many hours before Sun- Daniell, captain and tackle of the Cleveland Bro\\;,us, western division champions of the All-America Foot- n ^ ball Conference, was dismissed from the squad today by. Paul Brown, fix on Filchock and Hupes, but will come here to clash with Paavo head coach and general manager.. np hint he represented a syndicate Katonsn, rough and ready mat art- His dismissal came as the result: which Mayor William G'Dwyer said of .an altercation which Daniell and two other members of the team had Completing the card. Tommy Ni- with Cleveland police early Saturday morning. Daniell was arrested and; charged with intoxication, by police. End Mac Specdie and Tackle Lou | names if they would throw the*garne. Hymkus, who were, arrested with j Both refused. Daniell and charged with disorderly! Hapcs Couldn't Piny • National League President' Bert Bel! wouldn't let Hapes play yesterday because he had been approached conduct, are: individual cases, Brown j said, and will be dealt with privately and in a different manner. •. , All three pleaded innocent to the ! directly. FilchqcjL Avas permitted to charges and Municipal Judge Andrew Kocavhy set a hearing on their eases for December 23. play because -'he was approached only "by innuendo," but most of his passes went awry anyhow. to Driller Cage Coach While his Bakersfield High School | basketball team was scoring a vic- " tory over Fresno Friday night, Coach Carl Berra's wife, presented ^^J-fee .Driller, coach with a son at Mercy Hospital. The baby :was the Berras* second son. Both mama and baby were reported doing nicely. The .eon weighed a Uttle over 6 pounds. holidays for Home PART THIS LIFE Merry Christmas! Happy New Year! 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