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BETZTOOPEN NETTOJP 16 MALE CONTESTANTS ENTERING SERVICEMEN By HAKOU) CLAASSKN NEW YORK, AUK. 3<>. dP)—Six- teen of the 32 male contestants in the streamlined national tennis tournament that starts today are members of the armed services and the honor of playing the main singles tntach on the center court on opening day has been reserved for two of their number. Lieutenant Don McXeill, 1840 national champion and seeded Xo. 2 in the present meet, will oppose Lieutenant William Gillespie oE Green Island, Neb., in the featured match, while Francisco Segura of Ecuador, listed No. 1 in the meet, takes on Private First Class David Johnson of Washington, D. C., on an outside court. The honor of opening the tourney, however, will go to blonde Pauline Betz of Los Angeles, twice national titleholder, who takes the center court of the AVe.st Side Tennis C'luta stadium in Forest Hills at 1:15 p. m. (K. W. T.) for her duel with Mrs. Kleanor F. Cushingham of Warrington, Fla. Miss Belz is seeded Xo. 1 in her division. Six of the nation's top 10 ret queens are ranked among the tourney's eight seeded stars. About the only certain thing- in the women's division is that for the first tirno since 1942 Miss Bctz will not meet A. Louise Brongh of Beverly Hills in the final. Miss Brough is seeded third this your, behind Miss Beta and Margaret Osburne of San Francisco. DAPPER— The gentleman in the sport coat and as dapper as anything, is Mike Naxariun, terror of the mat arena, who tackles George Cm IK in Wednesday's wrestling card. Anlon L^one tackles Wild Red Berry in the first -.nnin event and the Grey Mask meets Danny McShain in the second main event. The preliminary is between Alex Kiisiihoski and Billy McEuen. Bolanos Hits Cloth Under Blows of Ortiz o LOS ANGELES, Aug. 30. UP)— After 14 consecutive ring victories in this country, Enrique Bolanos hit the canvas twice last night and lost by a sixth-round technical knockout to a gloved whirlwind bantamweight champion, Manuel Ortiz of El Centre, Calif. Bolanos, of Mexico City, battled gamely through the nontllle scheduled 10-rounder, but Ortiz pummeled him fiercely with body punches and lefts and rights to the head. Bolanos finally sat down hard in his own corner for a nine-count. He struggled to bis feet but was quickly flattened again and the referee halted the contest. Ortiz scaled 123. Bolanos 1W 2 . Wildcats, Gunners to Open Pro Grid Year LOS AXGELES, Aug. 3n. (JP>— Coach Gloomy Gus Henderson has announced the Los Angeles AVild- cats' starting lineup for their game Sunday with the San Diego Gunners. The contest, in San Diego, will open the American League season of professional football. The lineup; lOnds—Charles Anderson, Ohio State, and C'lem Hooks, Santa Barbara State; tackles—Jim Xemec, Catholic University, and Pete Mehringer, Kansas: guards—Ross Pollare, Lincoln High, and Al Smolen, Michigan State; center— Bob Cardona, t'niversily of Southern California; quarterback—Ray 1'ierson, University of California at Los Angeles; fullback—Andy Marefos, St Mary's; right half—George Meyers; fullback—Bill Steiner, Miami. Reserves include Ed Gherke, Utah, and Hay Smith. Nebraska, half- hacks; Howard Cleveland, quarterback; Clarence Mackey, University of California at Los Angeles, full- bHck, and Bill Duncan, Oregon State, quarterback. Tigers Down Windy City Stick Club DREISEWERD STYMIES NEW YORKERS 7-0 IN STRING OF 6 HITS By Associated Press Dix/.y Trout, Tigers—won twenty-second of the year and eighth straight by stretching scoreless inning string to 19 with fifth shutout in 7-0 swamping of Chicago; hit homer, double and single, driving in 5 runs. Clem Dreisewcrd. lied Sox. and Floyd Bevens, Yankees—Dreisewerd baited Xe\v York with six bits in American League debut, 8-1; Bevens won first start for Yanks, 11-I2. Dixie Walker, Dodgers—Boosted average to .(!57 with single, double and triple, driving in one run and starting winning rally of 2-1 Brooklyn shade over Phils. Krnie Lombard), Giants—Hom- ered to break L'-^ tie in sixth inning and singled home fourth tally as Xew York topped Boston, 4-1'. Bill Nicholson. Cubs, and Frank Gustine, Pirates—Xicholson hammered out three hits, including twenty-ninth homer, in Chicago's opening I ">-4 slaughter of Pittsburgh; Gustine went 4 for 4 with triple, double and two singles in pacing Pirates to 5-4 win for split. Teddy Wilks, Cards—Shut out Cincinnati with three hits, 3-0, for fourteenth win. stretching consecutive victory string to 11, longest in majors. • Mike Kreevich, Browns—Paced Browns' 11-hit attack with two doubles and single in 8-3 romp over Cleveland. !•'rankle Hayes and Bobby Estalella, Athletics — Hayes singled home winning run over Washington In 3-1 opener and doubled with bases loaded in 11-4 nightcap; Estalella contributed 5 hits in 7 at bats in double win. KKXXY SIGNS LOS AXGELES, Aug. 30. W— Kenny Washington, star left halfback for U. C. L. A. in 1!>37-1!»39. has signed a contract with the San Francisco Clippers of the American professional football league, says Tom A. Becker, who recently bought James (Foghorn) Murphy's half interest in the club. Becker, Flintridge businessman, said Washington would leave today for practice tomorrow in Han Francisco. Contract terms were not disclosed. FRESHEN VP WITH A NEW STETSON THE STITSON Here's a sleek, smooth style with youthful jaunty lines accented by a distinctive bound edge. Made by the exclusive Stetson Vita-Felt process for long-lasting resiliency. HARRY COFFEE STETSON HEADQUARTERS IN FRESNO AND BAKERSFIELD CUBS TO PLAY DELANOJIGERS 2-OUT-OF-3 "LITTLE WORLD SERIES" STARTS Although they met with only mediocre success in the second half, after playing through a brilliant, undefeated first-half baseball season, the Bakcrsfifld Cubs will "shoot the works" tonight when they meet the Delano Tigers at .S:_'0 in the first game of a two-uut-of-three "little World Series" at Sain Lynn Park. The Cubs will shove the great rubber-armed Deinaroe at the Tigers to Mart off the fireworks, with the cagey Fredericks—who coaches everything that is coal-liable in Delano and is regarded as somewhat of a miracle man, not only there, but elsewhere throughout the county —probably ready to counter with Klmer Kessler and K. Gregory. Derdivanis, one of the best curve ball pitchers in this area, will also he ready to go if Fredericks needs him. •lack Itroun Catching Dt'inarce, whose main trouble in the games he has worked has been a woeful lack of receivers, will be the remarkable Jack Brown who, in addition to being able to play every position on the diamond, can probably play three or four musical instruments and maybe a passable game of pool. Hrown can—and will—hold the terrific speed of Demaree. Spotted at strategic points on the infield for the Cubs will be Jim Rrown at first, Mi-Daniels at third. Liceaga at second and Parker at short. Jones. Walker and Wright will be patroling the outfield, reading from left to right—or Jones to Wright, if you want a very weak pun. Delano Lineup Delano will probably shove the same lineup at the Cubs that the Tigers fielded agninst 1/Minont Inst Saturday night when they won the last-half play-off 4 to H, with the exception of pitchers. We still think- that Klmer Kesvler will get the mound call to start the game. If we're correct. Cupp will be catching, Dixon will be at first. Keyes at second. Dixon at third and Xeff at short. Barton. Briggs and L. Gregory or Coria will be in the garden, also reading from left to right. These lineups are not official. We simply have a hunch they may be that way. We also have a hunch it will be a swell way to spend an evening. SPORTS Habersfielb Californian Wednesday, August 30, 1944 —U. s. M. C. Photo From XKA HALFBACK KKSCTEI)—Shot ilnwn ilurimr a stnil'ini; attack on Jap- held Wntje, C iptain George "Sonny" Kranck, left, former all .\rnei lean hah'liack at the l.'niversity of Minnesota, :uul now a marine corps fighter pilot, is greeted by Captain Tfil Lyons, former While Sox hurler. after he was icseued. Captain Lyons is a ground officer with a marine air group in the I'acific. Dove Season Will Open on September 1 in State ANGELS TAKE ,3-2 1 Wednesdoy, August 30, 1944 ] J UUEST COflST OX THEM 15 INNINGS PLAYED TO KEEP 10' 2 COAST LEAD IV. Ln '"I !':-..< ! The I,.,s Anui les had t.i uo ', "i ili- ; nmgs bi-i<,re. subduing the Haklandi A- urns, :'--J. last niulit !>i lnamiain ; (]|.Ml- 111 l ...game Pacific I'oa.-t League trail, while San I-'rancisin was in<,v- ing into third UNIT Hollywood by edging the Twinks in In innings, 7-ti. Seattle, seeking a first di\ isinn berth for llie post seas-nil plavntfs. dei'Mted Sacramento s-.~> to advance uithin I 1 ; ganu-s of Hollywood. Second place I'ortland swanipfd San Diet'o. 7-J. I,os Anfrolcs (,'a!i hei- I-)ddio l-'er- nandes sii'aiched an inlield lilt \\iih llie liases loaded in the fifteenth to i end a piK'liinK duel between Kd Hm- lon nf the Anyels and J.iainon lia> 1 (?s of tho daks. Johnny Kr"evii h had driven in Hakland runs in tin- first and sixth, while the Angels had tieil it U|i in the ei.chlh on doubles by John Ostrowski and Ted Norbert.- plus Erl Sailer's single. San Frani isco copped its opener with Hollywood when lion Smith, fourth Twink liurlei-. ;illowed t\ V n walks in the tenth, followed by an ' error and infield out lo score the winning tally. Frank Kellelier .trot his twenty-first homer of tho season for Hollywood and drove in three, runs off winner Bill \Verle. ! I'iteher Johnny llabich and Roy • Johnson led the Seattle attack on j Sacramento Twirler Steve Lesanlt i as the Kainiers tallied five times in '. the second to clinch their S-."i win.' Bill llamsey topped the Solon hitters. | San Diego fell apart in the third | and fourth innings, allowing tliej Portland Beavei s seven runs in the two frames. Syd Cohen took the pitching honors over Kd Hanski. Redskins Trim Brook Tigers ,14-7, at Ogden OGDEX, Utah. Aug. 30. (UP)—The intermountuin west got is first taste nf football as the professionals play it last night when 14.000 fans packed into the Ogden Rodeo arena to watch Sammy Baugh and the rest of the Washington Redskins pass and plunge to a. 14-to-7 victory over the outclassed Brooklyn Tigers. Baugh came in to start the second quarter—and started the fireworks. Taking the ball on his own 4_, Baugh made 31 yards on a leisurely run through the Tiger wall, then on the next play heaved a short, flat pass to End Joe Aguirre, ex-St. Mary's ace, that was good for -7 yards and a touchdown that Aguirre quickly converted. Washington scored again in the third quarter when Frank Xeno, left halfback from George Washington University, went over from the 1U after Baugh had completed two passes to Aguirre. Aguirre converted. The Tigers started from their own 42. got to the Washington 34 when a Redskin interferred with a Brooklyn pass receiver. Brooklyn then picked up !) more on a flat pass and scored on a. 3L'-yard toss from Me- Gebbony to Rack Cecil Johnson. Tackle Bruiser Kinnrd converted ]"> seconds before the final gun. With the exception of Imperial county, the dove season opens September 1 in California, and the season will open in Imperial on September J.~>, the division of fish and game announces. Shooting hours will be limited from one-half hour before sunrise to sunset. The bag and possession limit will be 10 mourning doves per day and only shotguns not larger than 10 guage. fired from the shoulder and capable of holding no more than three shells may be used. Fish and game wardens report that dove hunting in Kern will be | good with the game fairly plentiful I throughout, the. county. j ; Wardens make the following re- • I ports on prospective- dove hunting in ; j neighboring counties: j ! In Fresno county, prospects are good due to an abundance of grain , which has lured the game here. j i In Tularo county it. is reported j that bunting will be excellent, as is I true in Kings, bos Angeles. Monterey and Santa Barbara counties. Hunting is predicted to be poor in prospect in Inyo county and good! hunting will be limited to the south- j . crn part of San Uiego county, war- i dens of that section report. Union Oil Takes Its Game With Shell Men HOW THEY STAND Union Paving shellacked Shell Oil I last night in the feature sol'tball I yanic at the fairgrounds. .'! to n, on 'the four-hit pitching of Leonard j Francis and the heavy stick work of Herb Morris, who homered ill the j third to score .Monroe ahead of him ; and then tripled in the fifth and i came in on a Shell error for the i only other score of the ball game. | Gerniiinetti, hurling for the Shell Oil, wasn't in his best form, giving j up five hits in the seven innings. The preliminary game between the I Presbyterians and the Golden Bears j stretched into an extra inning he- 'fore the Presbyterians finally eon; quered. 7 to 4. They scored four runs in the eighth to come from behind to win. 50,000 to See Stars, Bears in Grid Tilt Ry L'nilvil Prr-ss KVAXSTOX, III., Aug. :',". IU.0 — Knsign Sid Luckman will lead a revamped, unfamiliar sc|uad of Chicago Bears into Dyche Stadium before more than "ifl.OOO people tonight to meet the lfl-14 College All-Stars and their passing kingpin, Lieutenant Glenn Dobbs. Tonight's game, the Eleventh Annual all-star football classic, rises the curtain on the 1!M4 football season by matching Luckman against Dobbs and the pick of the nation's collegiate and service stars against the undermanned Bears, a vastly (hanged assemblage from flie powerhouse team which won the Xational Football League title last year. The Bears, entering their fifth All-Star game undefeated, have lost such linemen as Dr. Danny Fortmann. Lee Artoe, flay Bray and Hampton Pool, players who cleared the way for their T-styled victories. But Luckman, whose passing shaped those victories into championships, stijl is operating. FRAXCO WHIPS H.VKMOX j In a series of fistic events of no j mean dimensions at Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, last night, Julio • l-'ninco of Bakersfield took Jerry ' Harmon of Los Angeles in a decision ] victory. i AnMtrer la l'revl«m» I'uir.lf POLITICIAN HORIZONTAL 1,4 Pictured politician 10 Gratuity 13 Excitement 14 Bird 15 Lyric poem 16 Distribute 18 Infants 19 Enemies 20 South America (ab.) 21 Dance step 23 Australian bird 25 Street (ab.) 26 Toupee 27 Urchin 29 Two times 31 Jumps 34 Rowing stick 35 Rodent 36 Iron 39 Admittance 41 Drink slowly 42 Plaything 43 Spain (ab.) 45 Grain 47 Male sheep 48 East Indies (ab.) 50 Sound 52 Urn 55 Finishes 57 Age 58 Tell 60 Lubricant 61 Spider's home 62 Makes speech 63 Route (ab.) VERTICAL 1 Jellies 2 Plan 3 Witticism 4 Folio (ab.) 5 Skills 6 River (Sp.) 7 Fate 8 Otherwise 9 Biblical pronoun 10 Also 11 Roman date 12 Annoyance 17 Narrative poem 19 Noxious odor 22 Era 24 Unit of wire measurement 26 Telegraphs 28 Social event 29 Upper part 30 Conflict 32 Standard of value 33 Pigpen 37 Father 38 Enemy agent 39 Greek letter 40 Alaskan city 43 Boil slowly 44 Skin opening 46 Always 47 Network of nerves 48 Prepare for publication 49 Island 51 Grab 53 Winglike 54 Was seated 56 Neither 58 International language 59 Ells Scotch (ab.) BUCK ROGERS, TWENTY-FIFTH CENTURY, A. D. A Slight Error By UEUTKXANT PICK CALKINS r POOP WUER WAD WORKED NIGHT AND DAY TO CREATE V41S PERPETUAL MAN / HE KEPT AUDIO-VISIBLE HE BREATHES/ HE LIVES.' 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