The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 1, 1944 · Page 13
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 13

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Friday, September 1, 1944
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Six Football Squads Will Open Pro Schedule Sunday LOS ANGELES. Sept. 1. Off)—Six teams will take the field In throe coast cities Sunday to opon the American Professional Football League's first season. Two of the circuit's eight squads— Tho Oakland Hornets and the Los Angeles Mustangs—will bo idle. A schedule game here has been popt- pijned at the request of Coach Marty rill of the Elornets, who got a late start. The Los Angeles Wildcats, coached by Elmer (Gloomy CJus) Henderson, piny Kd Storm's Bombers in San Diepo. Coach Bill Sargent's Hollywood Rangers will meet Mike Peca- rovich's Clippers in San Francisco. Dutch Clark's Seattle Club clashes in Portland with Bobby Rowe's Portland Rockets. CHASE TO FIGHT TONIGHT HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 1. UP)— Jack Chase, veteran of a dozen fights in the Legion stadium, will enter the arena tonight against Larry Ariza- lone, New York Italian who is making his debut on the coast. Anzalone has wins over Joe Governale, Yucatan Kid, Buddy O'Dell and others to his credit. MILITARY CHAMP STARTS PALM SPRINGS, Calif., Sept. 1 UP) —in prelude to a tournament which will determine the military softball championship of the eight western states, the Fort Hnachuca, Ariz., Camp Anza, Calif., and Camp Irwin, Calif., teams of the Ninth Service Command Area today began a three-day round robin series at Torney General Hospital Field Club. »atter*ffelb CalKortrtin Friday, September I, 1944 13 TO PITCH HERE—Vic Lombard 1, sensational young Tulare pitcher who will be in the visitors' line-up tomorrow night when the Tulare Recreation team comes here to meet an aggregation of Bakersfield all-stars at Sam Lynn Park. Vic, slated to start in centcrfiold, will bo flanked by an imposing array of former professional baseballers, bolstered with Tuhire's best semi-pros. T^nnbardi, with Santa Barbara in the California State League in 1042, is property of the Brooklyn Dodgers. ORTIZ WANTED LOS AXOELES, Sept. 1. Matchmaker Jimmy Murray of Oakland is seeking to siffn Manuel Ortiz, bantamweight boxing 1 king, for a match next mouth. OVKRLIN SLUGS COMKBACK SANTA KOSA, Sept. 1. (UR)--Kcn Overlin hopan a comeback campaign last nte'lit by taking an easy Ifl round decision over Johnny Donnelly, Los Angeles Negro. CREAM OF KENTUCKY "DoubU Rich" The straight whiskies in this blend are four and five years old. 5th 3.24 Soturdoy Only Limit On« PORET BRANDY Ag«d in Oak Y«ora A definitely superior brandy. Yonll enjoy its clean and fruity flavor. CLOSED MONDAY LABOR DAY VIA BROCK'S MEN'S SHOP Yes, sir, nil checks arc good this Fall, and young fellows going back lo High or Junior College .will cash in on them—at Brock's Men's Shop. SNAPPY SPORTS COATS Casual wear demands at least one .. . choose from checks, stripes or plain colors • • . all-wool fabrics in season's smartest colors. THRE ATH UP, RS RVE :*;• * .».*. >y.v +.-. .'.' &*i*. • -' First among fine whiskies. This whiskey blended with American grain t*:« :W m& m*?*.- • • * •WS -•**-• SPORTS SHIRTS Composed of rayon and aralac , . . plain colors: beige, tan, canary . . . two-way collars as shown. .'f. fc -' t^f. -V.-.v:v:.v-:.::- ^'X'Vv.v •_ n spirits and pre-war whiskies. .-, m r;>-*vwKv/ • ^ - j * • • ' r :•-'.•<'^ Now 5th '*.*.*! '.:*. \\ m '-.•'.-.-'.•'- •'• '-' ''•'''. -' ' •'''-'-• •'-'.'. > ••' . - m , .-.-. -' - - . .-.- • - •'- -. • '.•.' -' '.-] I I -I-.*. 1 ' - . . L ' - ' - - m ~ - • - - - - . - • , .' - • . ~ • I \ :;;•• - ;v : ';: Wl'I ; PllM^ ; (Sil "- ¥4 f^^s:ss.»^: : •.'.+- 5th 4.11 r «.< '' : : ; x-::>:->;:>>rt :- ::•:• :--s--S+\* •'---• \,. m , m . i fc^m* :-: ;¥v:::::v.-:-..:>: /:• : .\ s *, • - - - h - '-V COOL OFF WITH WINE ICED WITH SODA Use one of then popular brands . . * »•» » f &m ITALIAN SWISS COLONY Private stock sweet wines. 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LIMIT ONE MORTON'S • A compound dry gin Pt. 1.95 O T/f ER WINES SAN RAMON, Port, Sherry or Muscatel 5th .95 ITALIAN SWISS COLONY, Tipo, Red or While Qt. 1.O8 MERITO Sherry, imported from Spain 5th 2.73 TAYLOR'S Atlantic Port, imported 5th 2.15 PETRI Imperial Stock, sweet wines 5th 1.05 SANDERMAN'S 3 Star Sherry, imported 5th 3.45 CROIX ROYALE Sauterne PETRI Vermouth, sweet or dry HUBLEIN'S Vermouth, dry or sweet *••**«*•*•** DCtl m «^v • M. «£9 v LOAFER JACKETS Two-tone effects in tan, blue, brown, buggagc materials. all-wool ROUGH RIDER CORDS When you call for cords say Rough Rider. Well cut and made to stand hard wear. The best value possible SWEATERS Sporty looking Argyles ... see below. Long sleeves $2.95 Short sleeves $2.00 BACARDI Light or Dark Imported Puerto Kican Ram. Nothing Take* the Plae* of Bacardi. 5th 4.13 WORD* HARTLEY SHERRY Excellent dry • berry wine. Real appetizer. 5th 1.49 MOHAWK BRANDY • Apricot, blackberry or- cherry flavored brandy. Produced under an old-time formula. 5th 3.94 MOHAWK MANAMA A rum that is distinct in flavor. Very lillle difference when used as whiskey. 5th 3.96 Pt. 2.52 ROUGH RIDER SLACKS Made in California ... smartly cut for best fit and comfort. All-wool fabrics. Ideal to i wear with loafer jacket. Others $6.95 to $10.95. OPEN AT 12 NOON CLOSED SUNDAYS 1309 Nineteenth •50 Baker 1MO Chester 31 Chester Corner North Chester » and Robert* Lane 21 Sherry Stores |n California MEN'S SHOP

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