The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 8, 1944 · Page 11
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SPORTS JJakersfie Ib Californfan Fridoy, September 8, 1944 Double Main Fistic Event to Be Strelich Feature A double main will crown the amateur glove event scheduled for next Mgnday night at Strelich Stadium, it is announced by Steve Strelich. As a first main event, Tommie Garzelli of Old River will give battle to f John Sohney of Muroc. These tough hombres fought a great battle three weeks ago and Tommie won a close decision. The two Bakersfield warriors, Johnnie Toledo and Tony Davis will go into a whirl of revenge in the second main. Toledo flattened Tony for the count in Visalla two months figo, and now Tony climbs onto the canvaa with blood in his eyes de- Otto Lilicnthil invented the Glider Pal pattnttd th» Hollow Ground Blad* for cooler, quicker, "Feather Touch" thaving • fit All IIOUlAt KAZOIS MRFICTir • termined to have revenge at any cost. It ought to be a thriller. In the semi-vvindup Cal Coolidge and Artie Cartie, two Bakersfield boys are rematched to continue their feud which started three weeks ago. The special events will see the following matches: Pat Martinez versus Ed Krashner; Petie Costa versus Jose Prieto: Frank Soza versus Gabe Jimenez; Baby Reyes versus Joe Estrado. CAL WILL W(\R-In the series of fistic events coming up at Strelich Stadium, Monday night, which will see a double main consisting of Garzelli versus John Sonney and Johnnie Toledo versus Tony Davis, Cal Coolidge, above, will meet Artie Cartie in the semi-windup. BEAVERS TAKE SECONDJIACE PORTS HALF GAME UP ON SEALS IN DOU6LEHEADER By Associated Press The Portland Btavers moved into the coast baseball loop's second place with a half <;ame lead over San Francisco's Seals last night, sweeping a doubleheader with Sacramento, 3 to 2 and 13 to 11, as the Seals lost to Oakland, 4 to 0. The Beavers took the seven ininng opener, 3 to ". with both teams being limited to seven hits. In the nightcap the sqiiHds unlimbered their bats for a total of 39 hits, Portland getting 21 off Dick owers and Lou Penrose while the Solons hit. Roy Helser. Duke Windsor and Marino Pieretti for 18, including two homers and four doubles. Ilelser. Pr.rtland's starting pitcher, allowed seven runs and eight hits in one and two-thirds innings while Powers gave up 12 runs and l(i hits in the first "> and one-third Inings. Oakland's Manuel Salvo won his sixteenth g;jme of the season as he limited the Seals to five hits. Snn Francisco hobbled five times m the field. Seattle and San Diego split, the Padres winning the opener, 2 to 1, In a tight pitching duel between Frankie Dasso and Seattle's Hal Turpin. San Diego led 5-2 in the ninth inning of the nightcap. 500 Lucky Hunters to Try Marksmanship SAX FRANCISCO, Sept. S. (UP.)— Five hundred lucky hunters, who "drew permits in a lottery, August 11, will try their marksmanship in the third state antelope opening today in Modoc. Lass-en and Shasta counties. The hunt will be controlled, with checking stations at Alturas, Cedarville, Fall River Mills, Litchfield, Perez. Ravendale and Susanville. Last year 362 hunters of 500 permit holders were successful. H.ASEB.ALL BODY BLOCK—Lou Boudrcau of Indians throws body block on Snuffy Stirnweiss at Yankee Stadium, knocking ball from his hands, to be safe at second base and break up double play In first inning. But. Xew York prevailed, 11-S, on Bud Metheny's three-run homer in the ninth inning. HOW THEY STAND rAnnc COAST I>;AC;I K Ti-am-- Won Lost Pel. AMKI It's > K" .Mill . r.i 7 . i'.',: . -t •; J .41'J Yrstrnla.* 's Kp»ultf* IVlrnll. II; linfluii. J. SI. t.ollis, a : CIlMilB.i, I. (lump* Tnilll.v N.'H- York at Motion. Si. I.IIIIIH ill I'll ic ;IBCI I'luliiili Iphin nl WoMjiMiKtmi (night >. Only gatnc'H sc iH'ciulcci. . S;iu riic-Kc). i'-r, : SIM 1 1 If. 1 -fl ' '.-i idancl. I ; Sail IM ;itu'i«c.u. l». llc,|]\ Wn.lcl 7 ' Los .' lllic-lr-K, .'!. I'c.r'lan.l. 3 • 1 .1 : Sac-rainc.nio. i'-ll. (iiimi'H T'liiiiulit t'ortlanii a1 Sac-ra m-'Ht o iclnuMcliraclri ). I, 'is AMK'>!|.» at I liillvwciiul. Sc'atllc. at S;in DM'KO i(C.milc]i'hc>n(U-i I. San Kitnic INCH lit Duliliillil (iloubli'licailer) AAIKKICAN I.K.Uil'K NATIONAL l.lvU.l K Team— New Yolk St. I.ouis ........ _ j Dc-llcnt ! Hoslon Won l.c.sl Pel. .. 74 fj'.' ... 74 sit FMularlrlpliia I'hh iiKii Washinytnn iisliin-Kh llc'lllllil I I 11 ;iKn •\v Vnrk isliin crnklvn j c, r.s 71 7S Pel. .5fi« .4 BO .45S .40!! .402 .398 l.nsl Nithl's Ki'Mlltft Ni-w Vc.rU. '.>; llciKimi. ::. Pliiliiilflphia. 7: [iruoklvu. 3. i'incMimal i, 1'; PittshurKh. 1. si. I.HUIS. ;;; riiic .-IKCI. •_'. (iiimi'N Today New York Rt nfuslfiu. Philadc'liihiii HI \ViishitiBlon (nighl). SI. 1,'illis ru <'hic'a«ci. II Inly KHIIlr'S si"h"l!lll<MlV * ***<* IMPERIAL CARLTON 3-BUTTON MODEL For that lean, long clean-cut look, there's nothing like a well-made striped suit. A striped cloth is a real challenge to a tailoring crew, for the pattern requires patient matching and hairline precision. Trophy-Craft Imperial tailors love the job and the striped suits they turn out are miracles of technical perfection. Trophy-Craft Imperials are tailored of all-wool materials in attractive grey or brown stripes. In regulars, shorts and longs. 37 50 Trophy Craft Imperal Suits are Union Made Hen's Shop . EIEIYSATUIHY NIGHT Modern and Old-Time Dancing W. N, llmt. Caltor •! "iMHr DMCM Onw LattciM ••« Hit lam Owl* Firiiihiic tfca Mail* Atalutoa He, Tax llfl Ha JHtaraat* Na Slaakt Na laviai THE BARN Boll Torraco and »tlno Road BALANCE ROCK RESORT Now Opon DANCE •VERY SATURDAY OOOD MUSIC CABINS STORE KERN COUNTY MUSICAL ASSOCIATION 1944-1945 Season Ticket Sale on Six Stellar Concerts EZIO PINZA BALLET RUSSE MARIAN ANDERSON SAN CARLO OPERA BRAILOWSKY ISAAC STERN Mail Orders Now to Tracy's Music Store, 1633 Nineteenth Street Tickets at $12.50, $10.50, $8.50, $6.50 i 1M ., udillc Students: $8.25, $7.25, $6.25, $5.25 TUX Bobby Rosburg Leads in State Golf Tournament 1 WEST CORSI OX THEM : BKACH. Sept. <S. <UR> — Soliby Uoulmif,'. 17-ypar-oM Stanford Indent, lends thf> \v;iy into the spr- inil round nf the l.'uliforniu Stan- Amntevir Golf tournament todny fol- yesterday's play in which the lefending champion, Klmer elites, of Stockton, was knocked out of the running. Rosburg defeated Milton Ross of Berkeley, four and three in yester- lay's opening round as elites lost to L'om Draper, San Diego, 4 and 2. Koslnii'H; is assurod of stiff compe- ition when he meets Ralph Hall, )aUland in the second round today. Hall has \vr.r four out of six times in previous pin. with *he schoolboy. Ernie 1'ieper. .Jr.. San .Tope, John 5M\vson. Los Angeles, and Jaok Gate. Santa Karliara. other strong title ontendors came through first round :ompetition with flying colors. Tiepcr slat" open champion, took a. :!-aiid-l \irt..ry ovi-r .Veil \Vhltncy, (ixnard, and fi.me w.m from Frank Ilixoii. Pasadena. L'-and-l. Da \vson j marked ;i|i a f.-aiid-Tv win over i'ack -Mackey. Los Angeles. Dick Wright. .M.'iil'. Park title winnei- Jack dames, out of the running wi'li win. Other first round scores: Ralph Hall. Oakland. Barge Pease. Alhamlun. -t-and-3. Freii Ciordon. Los Angeles, defeated \\'alter I-iuei-man. l.-;eve r |y Hills, 2-and-l. V. II. Hunter. F.os Angeles, de- FOR VICTORY BUY BONDS! Q*S* , put 1!».T5 (ilendale a G-and-5 defeated Kcklund. Madcra. .1. \V. H.irnanl. Mi-verly Hills, de- Lee Whealon. Hawthorne, Nelson, McSpaden Vie on Tough Course DALLAS. Sept. S. UP>—The 200- xld golfers who planked down their •ash to play in the Texas Victory )pen were warned by Lakewood Pro Larry Xabholtz, that par on the engthened course would be a tough ild bird to negotiate/ with. They 'ound out the first day that Larry wasn't talking through his visor. The initial IS holes of the 7'J-bole $1(1.000 war bond tournament found just two fellows able to best regnla- lon figures—Myron Nelson and Har- jld (Jug) McSpaden. who are in a iracket by themselves when it comes to victories and cash —11 tournaments and almost $(iO.OO(l between :hem since January 1. Six titles and $36.500 have gone to Nelson. Byron and Jug each romped in with a <?!). two under par. in yesterday's play, leaving them three strokes ahead of anyone else in the field. Bay Meadows to Open, 800 Horses SAN MATEO, Sept. 3. <UE>— More than 800 thoroughbred race horses from stables throughout the nation today were on hand for opening of the fifth wartime racing season at Bay Meadows race track tomorrow. Manager William B. Kyne said the track would offer the largest purses n its history and hoped to bring its :otal war charity collection:! past the $:!.000.000 mark. Saturday's feature •ace is a $5000 inaugural handicap over six furlongs for 3-year-olds. feated 4-anrl-2. Bob Tea ted J-and-I. Hc'rt Stumps. San Jose, defeated Aldo Ciallotti. Camp Robe-'ts. u-and-4. j Gerald Hardy. Fresno, defeated 101- ; met 1 Skillicorn. \Vatsonville. 1 up. Verne I'allison. Sacramento, defeated Bob Harris. San Jose. 1 up. Jack Lovegren. Merced, defeated i Ed Lowery, San Francisco, 1 up. i Ralph Wolf, Los Angeles, defeated Terry Garth, Texas. r,-and-3. Bill Frit/., San Francisco, defeated j Lido Lat.di. San Francisco, 1 up. j Second round pairings: Rosburg versus Hall, Gage versus Gordon, ! Wolf versus Hunter, Barnard versus i Wright, Draper versus Pieper, ! Stamps versvs Hardy, Callison ver-j sus Lovegren. Fritz versus" Dawson. ; to the Music of Bob Sisson and His Orchestra SATURDAY in Kern County's Most Popular Dance Spot in Downtown Bakerseld Within Easy Walking Distance ON THE CORNER OF SIXTEENTH and "EYE" Admission 60c Including Tax Servicemen 50c Including Tax DANCE EVER!' SATURDAY NIGHT EL PATIO PAVILION i . Mile* Weit of Greenfield on Tatt NO BETTER FLOOR IN KERN COUNTY' Mu»lc by QUELL JOHNSON .nd HIS RHYTHM RANCH PALS RIVERA Friday, Saturday CARTOON NEWS Saturday Matinee Only Chap 7, "THE PHANTOM" 'ARVIN Friday, Saturday William Boyd, Andy Clyde in "MYSTERY MAN" Chap. 9, "THE PHANTOM" CARTOON NEWS Saturday Matinee Only Chap. 12, "THE PHANTOM" NOW—Doors Op«n at 9:49 Far the Tmn of Yfir Lital ROBINSON, Mr.WIVhli; GOKSi»\ttR Ruth WARRICK Ted DONALDSON And PLUS Th« MARCH OF TIME "BRITISH IMPERIALISM" NILE NOW SHOWINO • Tolay at 1:45 TOMORROW at 1:45 KHtttom BENDIX 2*4** HAYWARD AND— NOW DOOR * OPIM Co-F0atur« Lionel Barrymor* "THREE MEN IN WHITE" DANCE WIIKRK '<Kir;M>S MKET R. K. (Butter) liVAVS WITH HIS VILTOKY DANCK OKCHKNTRA EVKKV SATURDAY NKiHT UNION AVENUE BALLROOM Modern and old-time dancing—no jitter- buKKiiig—every Saturday nisht AdmiHHion ROr IMun Tax ItanrtnK 0 to I Continuous Dally From 12 Noon Bill Boyd "4> Thieve*" Rita Hay worth "Homicide Burea>" Chap. II "Smiling Jack" Now B. F. GOODRICH Weekly Specials Sweaters for Men 25 f " r Oil' Bathing Trunks 40% Off Big Values in Boys' "Back-to-School" Sweaters, Raincoats and Jackets TIRES—BICYCLES—TUBES WE HAVE TIRES Complete Line Grade I and Grade III Tires Official Tire Inspection Station 7.50x20, 8.25x20, 9.00x20 Available for Trucks B. F. Goodrich Store Twenty-first and K Streets Phone 4-4701 JOHN SNELL, M(iK. 1! -H^aaa-aaatiaBfiiB.^^ .-^ 1721 12 Noon Tomorrow Doors Open 11:3O a. m. CARTOON CARNIVAL FOR KIDS From 6 to 60 8—Funmakers—8 Chapter 6 "DESERT HAWK" •nd Regular Show Same Pric« Open Daily at 13 Noon Friday, Saturday FRANK ALBERTSON LORNA ORKY in "OH, MY DARLING CLEMENTINE" Th« Thr«« M«»quit««r« in "Call of tho Outlaw" Chapter 6, "Tiffcr Woman" Cartoon . New* RIALTO "OIRL CRAZY" "WHAT A MAN" 9,

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