The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 17, 1946 · Page 12
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s for Last'^ame forOldiC. NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 1?, (UK- It would be a cinch to dust off a few of the old puns about the Musicks of southern California grid fame, now that the "Trojans are headed for Dixie and a deep-December game with Tulane here Saturday. But rather than strain for puns that, probably were used when Jim Mustek played in the Rose Bowl for the Trojans In 1932 to beat Tulane, 21 to'12—sweet'' 1 Musick, that—here Is the, situation on the family today. Ten years after that Ross Bowf game, Tulane went to the Pacific coast to play Southern- California/ in the 1942 season opener. Tulane was the winner, 27 to 13. The Trojans had a 'fullback that year-named Bobby Mustek. Saturday's clash, the first In history below the Mason-Dixon line for Southern " California, will find Brother Bobby Musick still in there at fullback. But since 1942, there has, been an addition. He is Brother Jackie Musick, who will fill one of "Coach Jeff Cravath's guard slots. The Musick's served In "World "War ' II. - Jim—new -sheriff of Orange county, Calif.—was a marine offi- der. Bill, also" &. marine, was hit on Okinawa. Bob got action aplenty with an armored division in Germany, and Jackie went along with the infantry in New Guinea before malaria carried him out of play and led to a medical discharge. LESS SCOTCH EDINBURGH, Scotland, Dec. 17. Iff)—The Scotch Whisky Association Said 'today that It has recommended a 10 per cent cut in the quantity of spirits released for domestic consumption in 1947. No mention was made of exports. TENNIS PRO—Peggy Welsh of Philadelphia, former No. 1 woman player in the middle west, takes over as tennis^pro at Coral Beach Club, Hamilton, Bermuda. Pitef NEW -YORK,, Dec. 17. (UPJ—For the second successive year, Southpaw Hal .Newhouser of Detro-t had the top earned run mark for American League pitchers, 1.94, but he relinquished the top 1946 won-and- lost percentage to Dave Ferris of Boston, offical statistics revealed today. Newhouser won the earned ran title with 1.81 runs per game in 1945. , The 25-year-old Detroit na-_ tive won 2E games-and lost 9 c ~for a. .743 percentage, thereby yielding that department to the right-handed Ferriss, who won 25land ,'dropped 6 for an .806 marlc- -Newhouser^s 26 triumphs tied him with Bob FelTer of the Cleveland Indians for the most victories in the games for a .634 percentage. The Cleveland fire-baller=ranked third In earned runs with 2.18. Spurgeon (Spud) Chandler pf the Yankees was second -with 2.10-runs per j^ame, accumulated during 20, victories and 8 setbacks. . Fifth 24-game winner in the American League last summer was big Cecil (Tex) Hughson of the Red Sox, who won 20 and losf 11 for a .645 j mark. Hughson's earned run average was 2.75.' •* PILGRIMAGE TO FRANCE WASHINGTON,-'Dec. 17. OB—Legionnaires will make their third mass pilgrimage to France next'year. National Commander Paul H. Griffith said today the American Legion has accepted an invitation from George Bidault, President of the French Republic, for a sentimental journey to the Legion's birthplace. UP GOEStPlJP—This d«ggy elevator, demonstrated by its inventor, Ronald Johnson. "23, -Ann Arbor, Mich'., enables dog, Percy, to reach second-story apartment without-passing through first floor restaurant. Landlord is seeking to evict Johnson, claims- Percy is nuisance and cars stopping to watch dog ride the pooch-basket are driving patrons, away from restaurant. Sports Editors to Aid infusing . v iN, Dec. -17. ( (OB—A t _~iha, ifetion's top spp'rts Vrit- -e'rs s%t%5iit?' tod^y- on h. program to check JuVenile_ "crime by promoting competitive sports -among 'youngsters in their communities. Informal >plan£ .to develop the pro- •gram*orr a local basis, were worked out yesterday &t a meeting • between .the ' writers and Attorney-General Tom C. -Clark. Franklin'Lewis of the Cleveland, Ohio, Press told the conference he believed too.much space -was being given to professional sports and too little to -the amateur? ' Dave Egan, sports editor of the Boston Record, suggested that Congress and the President promote a youth movement to expand sports and other forms of recreation. However, it was overwhelmingly voted down after Bob Addie of the "Washington, D, C.\ Times-Herald observed that he had seen how a youth movement had been useS in Nazi Germany. - " ' Bus Ham, sports editor of the "Washington, D. C., Post was named head of an executive committee that will act as a clearing hous<Fof information on promotional ideas. ACCUSES MOTHER-IN-LAW CHICAGO, Dec. 17. 0»—Anthony Potocki, 43-year-old former Polish count who 11 years ago eloped •with a Chicago heiress, says in a suit on file in Circuit Court his mother-in-law 'alienated the affections of his wife and their 4-year- old daughter and he asks '$200,000 balm. He charged his 34-year-old wife, Gloria Griffiths Potocki, d& serted him through efforts of her mother, Mrs. Flossia M. Griffiths. MV <^ v ; FISH FR9M THE DEEP—Captain Bill Atkins of Brooklyn, N. Y. t was mightily surprised when this strange 70-ponnrl fish took his hook, when he was fishing'about 2 miles out in,flip Atlantic. lie hauled it in after a struggle and later it was identified by an American Museum of Natural History official as an "angler lish'' that swallows other fish biprger than itself. f open fofopen house" _J When guests are expected who expect the best, open OLD THOMPSON. It's smoother., and tastes better because it's WED > IN' THE • WOOD ... put back into barrels after blend.. ing .to assure a perfect union of the \ fine olid Glenmore whiskies and the ..choicest grain neutral spirits. This old-tune method is slower and costs more, but it makes -^Thompson" what- it is ... a better blend for better drinks. Blendedwhiskey86.8proof—67^%gram neutral spirits. The straight whiskies in this product are ftue years or more old. .Glenmore Distilleries Company^ • Louisville, Kentucky *>' A BETTER BLEND ' FOR BETTER DRINKS BRAND BLENDED and WED-fNi WOOD in OLD KENTUCKY Christians, Snider's Win in Basketbal League Contests; La Cresta Victory _First Christian defeated'Full Gos-j pel, 24-21, and Firs-t Baptist wal- _ loped Presbyterian, 31-22, last night voice" in the Church League basketball j <:»PP play. '. ' J! r » n f In the Industrial League. Sniders ; Wnn defeated ,T. C. Penneys, 38-22, and Vincents lost to La Crpsta, 31-27. [joph T:u>uno I ValllK FIRST CHRISTIAN. fS tt pf tp PaJ-),-. f - 3127 LeVls. ! 0000 Wilson, f „: Johnson, f ileare, o Bones, c McClure. o Taylor, i Barlier.,1 - Koberts FULL GOSPEL Is ft pf tp 1 002 2 1 0 4 2 30 7 00 0030 1.1 1 S 0 0 00 Totils 9 6 10 24 'Half score: Christian, FIRST BAPTIST tO ft Pf tB ErdUhart. it 1 0 0 2 Pinch. It 2236 Morrison, If 2 . 1 F«ird. o Butoa. If 000 IlmWatts. o 0 0 0 Leish. TK 0 Gilford, f TJrmvn. f 1 6 1 1 0 S Oglesliy, f I11S Woorten Harbin Knrrar Stonis 'Hugbes Moore Pelky fi. 0 2 1 1 * .3 2115 0 I) 2 0 GOOD 1 01 2 0 0 10 Clari- Knowles VINCENT'S fa n pf to 3 2 4 S 000-0 11 1 3 0 0 It 0 | 3'mrell S 2 2 S I Kouor* 0 0 0 n j \YiUinms 1022 I'ftl'rpra n 1 1 1 : Koi-lzrr ,21 1 « LA CRES fa 11 6 TA n pf la 242 2214 232 I 1 1 0 2 « II 1 2 0 'i 0 i Totals 7 11 2? Half score: T.R Cresta. 13: Yini-em Ti--.il* 1". 7 1'J 31 Long Odds Defied by Christensen in Court Tourney Establishing a favorite will, for onco, be an -easy task in Bakersfield Jaycee's basketball encounter with Glendale College here Wednesday night, but Renegade Coach Chris Christensen refuses to believe the ready-made odds ami is pointing- his team for an upset. Glendale walloped Bakersfield. j 69-31. Saturday-night in the southern California city to install themselves as clear-cut favorites for the return match here Wednesday night. The Vaqueros threw , a rangy, rugged quintet npainst the Renegades and, coupling shooting accuracy with aggressiveness, scored a one-sided victory. According to Cbristensen, the type of basketball played by the Vaqueros is completely different from that soon in the San Joanuin Ii Valley. | Glendale employed, an aggressive, forcing style of play that is allowed by southland officials, but is frowned upon here. The difference in officiating policies"' could uwke possible a Renegade upset, according to the B. J. C. mentor. Bakersfield will-hove-to struggle to make up for its lack of height, for in the first meeting of the teams Glendale's taller cngers controled most of the rebounds and stifled the Renegade offense. The Renegades gained an extra day of rest between two difficult games when it was announced this 'morning by" Athletic Director Ed Simbnsen that the contest with'the i 17. C. L. A. frosh, originally"-scheduled for Friday, will be played Saturday night'instead. '• j The change was marie to avoid [ conflict with the Bakersfiold- Junior I College football banquet' Friday i night. SEAPORT OCCUPIED TEHRAN, Dec. 16. OP) (Delayed)— The Iranian government announced today government troops, dispatched to oil-rich Azerbaijan province for I he announced purpose of supervising parliamentary elections, had occupied the Caspian seaport of Astra near the Russian frontier. 0 5 1 0 3 14 0 0 1 3 I J.Wilt*. lg. Oi-0 1 0 Totals S 5 13 21 13; Full Gospel, 6. PRESBYTERIAN fO ft pf tp Shelton Slater, f 2004 Hammers Hill 0101 0 0.1 0 } Johnson Hivas, f -Rennet', o Penfii-Jd Cook, f 1 1 2 S Wetterbolm 1032 .(.'lark, K 0 l> 0 0 117 111 002 123 0000 Totals 12 5 11 31 ' Half score: 1-resbyteri, ' SNIDER'S fo ft pf tp ! Barren 4 An.sol'ehere Souza. H.Stone I!«rrirfl Hat! Graf ton D.Stone 0 OS 2 0: 1 4 Totals 3 3 10 22 in, 8; llayiist. 10. I. . PENNEY'S fB ft pf tp 0 0 1 i) 25 1 4 2115 0020 SheU'amaier 1103 L. Shenz Arbni3 Seolt Terrell fieinp B. Stiff.tz Hlpplcr Cherry Jones 1 Q. 4 01 S 0 It fl 100 n it 0 0 00 Totals IS 3 8 39 Totals 10 i 6 22 Half score: Penney's, 22; Snliler's. 11. CONTAINERS STILL FEW Economists of the United States department of agriculture believe that the container situation next year may prove some easier than this year, but they point out that farmers and shippers will still need to stretch the supply in every way they can. ACCOMMODATED DOGS One type of prewar three-deck motor Bus in Rome provided a. smoking compartment and special accommo- | dations for dogs It carried 88 per- j sons. j -Announcing Opening of CLAUDE'S LIQUORS Alta Vista at Bernard Phone 3-4684 LORD CALVERT ...... 5th $4.57 CALVERT RESERVE . . . 5th $3.93 CALVERT SPECIAL ... 5th $3.50' FOUR ROSES ... 5th $4.30 PAUL JONES 5th $3.54 SCHENLEY RESERVE Sths . . . $3.93 Pints ... $2.45 STRAIGHT WHISKEY OLD GRANDAD BO.UEBON BE LUXE OLD CROW I. W. HARPER 51% WHISKEY BO>TD and LILT.ARD OLD HERMITAGK HILL and HILL SEAGRAM'S V. 0. 5ths ...:. $5.25 BELLOWS WHISKEY 5lhs $4.05 Pints $2.55 PARK & TILFORD RES. 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