The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 1, 1944 · Page 12
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 12

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 1, 1944
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12 September 1, 1944 WEST COflST OX THEATRES SPORTS FOR VICTORY BUY BONDS! Tonight at 6:45 Continuous TOMORROW = ^ === From 1:30 A Rampage of Rhythm! Jmli Holey • Horrid Milliard Mary foth Hughes And /31 l?th Sf - Phone 7-7U6 NOW—MOVED OVER FOR THOUSANDS MORE TO SEE with Barry Fitzgerald Show* at 7:00 - 9:35 ADDED! Latest MARCH OF TIME "AMERICANS ALL' ULIRORNIA id08 Chester t Phone 2-9321 MAW DOORS OPEN HUH AT 1:30 SENSATIONS OF 1945" Eleanor Powell, Dennis O'Keefe CO-HITS s==^==n: PRESTON FOSTER ANN RUTHERFORD "Bermuda Mystery" S^^ |SSB ~3S^£ r - l'J::,,,f 2-.,'< Continuous Daily From 12 Noon M "North of Shanghai" NOW • "The Trail Beyond" Chap. 10 "Smiling Jack" Cain African Methodists Beat Presbyterians 16-6 i •.,!!! Africiin Mr-thodist tram i .iway with tin- honors last :t tin' KairKI'ounds. as tliov •ip tho tellinp: scorn »f lfi-P> .-•i the Prcshytrrian girls in the li'iipuo playoff. • linln't look so r-mliarrassiiiK for ! 'i '-shytorlans. until thp sixth in- L:. u-hfn tho Tains wont mi .niiii; spreo, batting around f' i'ion stymifrl at thf sf-orf of P !:iltf>ry fnr t)ir> l'rcsiiy|nrian» w • !•: and Pannon, and lor tho ^'ainp •icr and A. Krrrman. \'ith KOOI] tram support, l.oonard iiifls' no-hit pitrhlnc and nccas- il spurts of donrl stifl< work for I thf: l.'nlon I'nvers. i-psnltorl in a walk- i;iwny MS the I'enroi-k Dairy boy.s j haulfd off and K'lvi- up tho ghost, .submitting to a complote whitewash score of B-0. T.andoi'oH and (iroy wore battory for thf Peacocks and F.. and J. Kranois for (lie Pavoi-H. In the I'oo-U'oi.. playoff tonight at tbo Falrgrouniis, tlio Pionoors will moot- Mio Rakrrsficlil Rnildlng .Ma- torials t'lnh. whilf l.'nlon Pavors will play the Presbyterians in the windup came of the Softball season. The winners' pot. eonl ributed by i fans stands at SMI.54. to ho divided j among the finalists winners of tho ' past week of playoffs. HOW THEY STAND PACIFIC COAST I.KAfil-R 'JVnm — \Vini I.<iHt !'• i. I.'V .Nnk'fles ................ h:» fil :,>.^ I'm thiml .................. 7;, '.i, ... i ; Sim KjiUK'isrn 7) 7 • MI" Hull-, ............. !..". 7 I -,'.'. '.,,».', .-M'liillo .......................... 7.1 7( . i:>; i);ikl:iinl ................. ,.... 71 -,:, . |M; S;i' r ;mi- nlo ................ i;S 7 * . (i.H SHU HII-KO ......... .......... (;;, vj .1:.'" Twenty Grid Tilts Listed in Round Robin Schedule 11 11'. l-'a 14 17 \Vr<lnrnilH.v Nit Ill's Itr-ults lloll> \vn.xl. n-I: Hun Ki-iii,. :MO. : < uikhinil, :l; I.nx Ancoli-M. :'. I'nrlluriil. .",; K;in Oificii. 1. W^attk', .'! : >:u r nmimto, .'. How Sfrirs Miind llollywiiiirl. 1; Snn Flilll. is. ... U. I, 'i- Anxi'li-s. 1 : Oiikl.-im!. 1. S'jitlt.-. 2: S:irrutnpiit<i, c. I'nl-tlnnil. i; .Sail !)!..«.,, (P. (timirs Tnnifdil SH!! Klllli.'is. n :it llollyit .j.i'l. I.ns A Hi:- !••!- :it < t;i khmil. Silll Dl.-K'p :il I'.irlliillil. S;n riilii'MH'i at S-Htll. . A.MKKICAV l.l;.\(,l K T'Nin-- \V,,n I.MM [vi i SI. l.nios 71 Mi .:, .'i , Ni-u- Yuik liii ;,v .:,i.; JAN CAREER mid His Orchestra Wednesday, Sept. 6 BAKCRSFIELD Union Avenue Ballroom Save SOc a Couple Buy Advance Tickets •t VEST'S or TRACY'S RIALTO& "Under Two Flags" "Black Hill* Express" Cha*. i, "Secret Servlcb" Opening Tomorrow ANDY'S FOUNTAIN LUNCH OPEN 7 A.M. to 10 P. M. • Breakfasts • Lunches • Sandwiches • Fountain Specials 1602 NINETEENTH <illll1CN TlHfil.V W:i-liinal(iii at N'.'W V.n k. 1'liiliiilrlpliiii dl liiiNiiiii ri.-vliili.l :.l C-hifdK.i i|i:«M l.i.•!(•..11 at Si. I,mils (nitlii l. NATION.U, l.KACil K St. I.MIII riiifiniKii i ii7 ;, i I'llh-iiKi) r. I il.'i .1 llnMciri f,ip 71 . I F'hilnrlflphiii 4S 7:; .4 l;mnl<Ij n .. 4S ", : .o •I'iMiiM'H Iwliinil leader. (iilnil'K Toiliiy N'mv York ;it Urniiklyn. SI. I.(Mils :t I I'll^li ^niuhf). Chi' ilBO ill fineiiillilti IlllKliI I IlciHiun ;,t I'hilndeiiihiii iii<:iihlr i [wilmhl ;iml mchtl. DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT BEARDSLEY DANCE PAVILION "The Cool Place to Dance" RAY MARTINEZ and His Swing Orchestra Admission 50c, Plus Tax Dancing 9 to 1 EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Modern and Old-Time Dancing W. H. Blunt. Ciller of Pioneer Dances George Laffoon and His Barn Owls Furnishing the Music Admission SOc, Tax lOc No Jitterbugs No Slacks No Levies THE BARN Bell Terrace and Stlne Road AT THE = BARN = ! STINE ROAD J ; TUESDAY ; > September 5 ' 1 Dancing at 9 ' Popular Prices ' 1721 19th ST 12 Noon Tomorrow Doors Open 11:30 a. m. CARTOON CARNIVAL FOR KIDS From 6 to 60 8—Funmakers—8 Chapter 5 "DESERT HAWK" and Regular Show All for Same Price to the Music of Bob Sisson and His Orchestra SATURDAY in Kern County's Most Popular Dance Spot a TVI in Downtown Rakcrselil Within I'Jasy Walking Distance ON THE CORNER OF SIXTEENTH and "EYE" Admission (iOc Including Tax Servicemen 50c Including Tax BALANCE ROCK RESORT Now Open DANCE EVERY SATURDAY GOOD MUSIC CABINS STORE Open Dally at 12 Noon Friday, Saturday EDMUND LOWE, JANICE CARTER in "Girl in the Case" Hoy Rogers, Oabby Hayes In "SUNSET ON THE DESSERT" Chap. 9, "Ticor Woman" Cartoon — Ntwi TWO BIG DANCES Saturday Evening September 2 Sunday Evening September 3 JACK RANCH RESORT lintel Cabins DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT EL PATIO PAVILION Dii Mile* Wnt ol (IrrtnfieU on T«lt Hl<hn».v NO BETTER FLOOR IN KERN COUNTY Mimic b> OUK1.L JOHNSON and HIS KHYTHM RANCH PALS NOTICE DEWARS CANDY SHOP Will Be Closed for Repairs SEPTEMBER 1-2-3-4 T,m:il foodiiill fans will have a rich fare Ihis fall with I!" games already included in the round robin schedule which will number teams from Uakersfirld, Ivist Bakersfleld, Sbafter, Tal't and Wasco High Schools. According to school officials, a schedule has been drawn up, which will provide night games weekly from Friday, September -!>. through I'Yiday, November 17. The round robin program will include both hea vyweight, or "A" teams, and lightweight, or "R" teams, playing under regulations of the National In- terseholaf tic Foot ball Rules. Several doubleheader contests have been included in the schedule, with lightweight games preceding heavyweight dispels. Conforming to the plan adopted j for the mund robin tourney, Bakers- j field IliKh School will have two squads', file Rlue and the White. K:tch squad will have one heavyweight and one lightweight team. In ajlditinn. the Blue and the AVhite squad will have a, reserve team each. ; Hakersfield High School will have one heavyweight squad, one 1 ightwoi'zht and one reserve squad. TaTt will have one "A", or heavyweight squad only, as will AVnse.o and Shafler. The plan also provides that whereas the regular "A." or heavyweight, squads at Bakersbield. East I'.akersfleld and Taft will piny each weight squads at Bakersfield. Kast Hakersfield reserve squads will he used when playing TVasco and Shafler. which includes dropping the first 11 men on the squads at I'.akersfiold and K. R. II. S. In addition to abiding by national Intel-scholastic football rules, schools will be governed by the classification eligibility regulations specified bv the California Intel-scholastic Federation, included in which rules are provision that the player must be under 10 years of age before September 1; he must have passed in at least three solids the previous semester: be must be passing currently in four solids and must also he passing in physical education. A freshman Is automatically accepted (if meeting the a«e qualifications) until the first grades are Issued at which time he becomes subject to the scholarship rules. Players transferring to one of (lie member-schools of the round robin from an outside school must have the scholastic records checked before being permitted to piny. It was agreed that transportation for all the games will be furnished by public carriers in order to conform to wartime transportation restrictions. In order to accommodate the football fans in the communities the games will be played Friday evenings, school officials stated. The schedule follows: Friday, September 29, Shafter at Wasco, Bak- ersfleld Blue at Bakersfleld White (Griffith Field); Friday. October 6, Bakersfleld Blue at Taft, Bakersfield White at East Bakersfield (Griffith Field); Saturday, October 7, East Bakersfleld Reserves at Wasco; Friday. October 13, Taft a! East Bakersfield (Griffith Field), Bakersfield White Reserves at Wasco' Saturday, October M. Shafter at Bakersfield Nine Reserves (Griffith Field); Friday, October ?0. East Bakersfield at Bakersfield Blues (Griffith Field): Saturday, October 21, Taft at Bakersfield Whites (Griffith Field); East Hakersfield Reserves at Shafter; Friday, October 27, Taft at Bakersfield Blue (Griffith Field)- Saturday, October 28. East Bakerstield at Bakersfield White (Griffith Field). Friday. November 3, East Bakersfield at Taft. Wasco at Bakersfield Blue Reserves (Griffith Field); Saturday, November -1, Bakersfield White Reserves at Shafter; Friday, November 10, Wasco at Shafter. Bakersfield Blue at. East Bakersfield (Griffith Field), Bakersfield White at Taft; Friday, November 17, Bakersfield at Bakersfield Blue (Griffith Field). Oaks Clip Angels 5-1; Beavers Gain By Ai&nclated Press The Portland Beavers gained ground in the coast league stretch drive last ni&ht as they defeated the San Diego Padres, 5 to 1, while the leading Los Angeles Angels dropped a game to Oakland, 12 to 1. Aided by Roy Helser's four-hit pitching, the second place Beavers made it three straight over the Padres and pulled up within eight and a half games of the Angels. A shift in the Han Diego infield failed to aid the cellar dwelling Padres, who committed six errors. Oakland's Acords hammered three pitchers in a Ifi-hit attack as thtv defeated the Angels, scoring eight runs in the eighth inning. A two-run homer by Chet Tlorfenlund and a three-run triple by Bill Kaimondi featured the attack. Sacramento defeated Seattle, 2 to 1, in an 11-inning game to prevent the Rainiers from moving into the first division. Sacramento won when Bill Ramsey singled, stole second and scored on Gene Hundley's single. San Kranclsco's Tom Seats hurled his twenty-second win of the season as he limited Hollywood to five bits for an 8 to I win. Seats would have had a shutout except for a fourth inning error by Jimmy Adnir which led to Hollywood's only tally. RIVER FRIDAY, SATURDAY LORETTA YOUNG in "LADIES COURAGEOUS" EDDIE QUILLAN In "Twilight on the Prairie" Saturday Matinee Only Chap. 6, "The Phantom" 'ARVIN FRIDAY, SATURDAY Lucille Ball, Dick Powell in "MEET THE PEOPLE" BILL ELLIOTT in "Overland Mail Robbery" Chap. 8, "The Phantom" CRAN FRIDAY, SATURDAY JOHN STEINBECK'S "GRAPES OF WRATH" ARMIDA In "MACHINEOUN MAMA" Saturday Matinee Only Chap. 11, "The Phantom" raatssssssxssssssssssxssssx^ Wishes to Our Successors DANCE WIIKRK VKIENDS MEET R. E. (Hunter) DVANS WITH HIS VICTORY IIANCE ORCHESTRA EVEKY SAT! K1>AY MCillT UNION AVENUE BALLROOM Modern and old-tirne tlnnrhip— nn jitter- bueKiriK—every Saturday night Admission Rflr Plus Tux DiiiH'inc 9 (n 1 Giovanni Maria Farina invented Eau de Cologne Pal patented th« Hollow Ground Blade for coolor, quicker, "Feather Touch" (having • FIT ALL REGULAR RAZORS PIRFECUY • PAT PERRY and HARLY HARTY and for the Continued Success of the FRENCH VILLAGE Meet Your Friends There Tonight PAUL and EDNA LORENTZEN ' ' t \ ' XSSSSXSS&StSXSSXSiS^^ STDBD7 SHOES to* SCHOOL „„ DRESS Built with the sturdiness you demand of school shoes-styled with the good looks you want in dress shoes. Made over correct lasts designed to promote healthy growing feet. sizes l to 6 HARRY COFFEE BOYS' SHOP HAHKY COffff FRESNO AND BAKERSMELD

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