The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 25, 1936 · Page 11
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 11

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, August 25, 1936
Page 11
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THE BAKEH8F1ELD CALIFORNIA!*, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1036 11. French Court Stars Win Steve Strelich Will Be on Some Card Here for Thursday TJANGMAN CANTOWINE, 220•"• pound mat executioner, -will tangle with the Masked Marvel, otherwise known here as the Black Demon, Thursday night. The Demon weigliq a mere 195 pounds and it may seem -he la giving away a lot of pounds in meeting the rough "Cincinnati boy. However, he has proved he can chop down big opponents with the. same technique which marks a mat gfbrllla In full fight. Steve Strelleh of Hollywood will take time out from his work In the clnemd mills to clash with Able Goldberg of New Tork in the semi-windup. The bout is set for a 46-mlnute time limit and two out of three falls. Leo Paplano, the Greek of Salt Lake City, will wrestle Mays Me Lain of Texas and as rough as any heavyweight: that ever came out of the SEMI-PRO BASEBALL. WICHITA, Kan., Aug. 26. (A. P.>— The only two undefeated teams left in the national semi-pro baseball tournament, Buford, Ga., and Arkansas City, Kan., will match their power at. 8 o'clock tonight. In the other night game Elkln, N. C., and Holly wood, each with one defeat will meet at 10 o'clock. .99 Kelley rolls 'em in 8 seconds flat with this "makin's tobacco! •I USED to think that rolling out a perfect cigarette in 20 or 30 seconds •was pretty good," Tom Kelley says. "But shucks I It's easy when you use Prince Albert. Now I roll 'em in 8 seconds. And that big red economy tin gives me 70 swell, mild smokes." . Men, P. A. is offered to yon on a strict yon-must-be-pleased basis. To wit: Hell 7«ifMlf 30 swell cltuctut from Prlne* AlV|rt. U T»u don't find them <h«ttn«rt, lut- lMtrol!-raur-«wn Wtum Ik* poclut tim with Id* r««t of th« lo- Mec* in it to ui •! any time within a month ffram IhU d»t«, and wo will refund full »ur- ch«a prieo, plu* poit»t«. (Si«n»J) R. J. Reynold! Tobacco Company, Wintton- Salom, North Carolina. You can't beat P.A. for pipe •mokinf , cither. No other tobacco U like it! . e im , •. j. iwMiii T«*. c* PRINCE ALBERT THK NATIONAL JOY SMOKK FIGHTS FEATURE WEDNESDAY Hede Watanabe Hede Watanabe, latest Japanese sensation, will be out to prove to the world that he is rightfully entitled to serious recognition for the bantamweight crown when he meets Mauriclo Seria, Filipino in the 10-round main event here Wednesday night. Watanabe is the first Japanese fighter to invade these shores since Joe Tieken and like his countryman boasts a big reputation in his own country. Tieken met all the best boys of his weight and seldom failed to give the fans a run for their money. Bear Cubs Report Big Grid Turnout (United Preii Leaied Wire) BERKELEY, Aug. 26.—Another heavy crop of southern California candidates for the University of California freshman football team was reported today by Coach Clint Svans following the season sign-up. Twenty of the first 28 boys to enroll for freshman practice were from the southern part of the state, domain of two of the school's principal rivals, University of Southern California and University of California at Los Angeles. Among the candidates were Bob Wilhelm, Alhambra; Paul Semmens, Long Beach; Jim Lang, San Bernardino; Walter Blckerton, San Diego; Jack Lewis, Whittier; Dennis Scott, Long Beach; BUI McBurnle, Los Angeles; Bill Plash, Los Angeles; Perry Connors, Glendale; Gordon Ferran, San Diego; Ralph Sauer, Riverside; Wilbur Ingram, Long Beach; Bill Huters, Santa Monica; Fred Anderson and Ted Hubert, Glendale; Jack Reeves, Burbank; Bud Peterson, Pomona; Twlnk Franklin, Los Angeles; Jim Me- Bride, Covlna and Theron McDan- lels, Gravllle. Others are Louis Smith, Tuba City; York Taylor, Healdsburg; Mario Luchsessl, Oakland; Chester Hook, Concord; Bob Fall-child, Berkeley; Brymer Courser, Weed; and John Erlckson, Berkeley; and Harrison Doyle, Stratford, Conn. League Leaders AMERICAN Unchanged from yesterday except In hits for Gehrlnger, 178. NATIONAL Batting—Medwlck, Cardinals, .370; Mize, Cardinals, .368. Runs—J. Martin, Cardinals, 102 Ott, Giants, OB. Runs batted in—Medwick, Cardl nals, 119; Ott, Giants, 107. Hits — Medwlck, Cardinals, 182 Demaree, Cubs, ICO. Doubles—Medwlck, Cardinals, 48 Herman, Cubs, 45. Triples—Camilll, Phillies, 12; Good man, Reds, 11. Home runs—Ott, Giants, 27; Klein Phillies, and Berger, Bees, 21. Stolen bases—J. Martin, Cardinals 19; S. Martin, Cardinals, 16. Pitching — Lucas, Pirates, 11-3 Hubbell, Giants, 18-6; French, Cubs 15-5; Gumbert, Giants, 9-3. kfa?fate UNOiR ACTUAL OPERATING CONDITIONS • Every point in your car's starting system is checked by our new Willard Electrical Check Equipment without removing anything from the car! This remarkable Instrument discovers overload, voltage losses, loose connections, potential short circuits, and other weak spots immediately. Drive in today for this new test service—if s FREE on any make of car. 6 BATTERY CQMBVNY -Bye" Street at Twenty-third I'hone 216 Prepare to Build L. A. Race Track (Associated Preit Leaned Wire) LOS ANGELES, Aug. 2G.—With layor Prank Shaw's signature on an rdinance granting tho Los Angeles Extension Company a zone variance he way was cleared today for the onstructlon of a 3-mile automobile ace track on 400 acres north of tho municipal airport. The zone variance was granted on application of the Los Angeles Raceways, Inc., which plans to operate he track and construct an auto part ndustrlal center. Coast Teams Will Play^fter Rest (Associated Prem,LeaiedWire) Refreshed by a day's rest, Pacific Soast League teams resumed play .oday with six teams hot after four top places that will assure them part in the Shaughnessy.. Plan poat season playoff. The contending clubs, In the or der of their standing are Portland Seattle, San Diego, Oakland, Ban •"rancisco Missions and Los Ange es. The sixth-place Angels are six games out of first place. Portland, almost a certainty t •et into the playoff, tecs of against the injury ravaged San Francisco Seals tonight. Seattle ncets the tough Los Angeles Club Oakland meets San Diego in wha promises to be the most exciting seven games of the week. Sine ate July the Padres have won 2 and lost 10—.667 ball—and hav< shown no sign of a letdown. The Missions, who play Sacra mento at homo, got a good break when the St. Louis Cardinals re called Henry Plppen, tho Cisco Texas, rookie pitcher, yestprday 'rench Team Now Facing Sterner Opposition , in Second Round (United Preit Lunitd Wire) -'HESTNUT HILL, Mass., Aug. -* 25.—With two upsets already in the books, favored teams faced hard sledding In second-round matches in ' ;ie national doubles ennls championships today. Jacques Brugnon and Bernard Jestremau of Franc*, victors over Martin Buxby and Melvln Tarpley of Florida in a five-set encounter esterday, face sterner opposition In rohn McDlarmld of Fort Worth, Texas, and Hal Surface of Kansas lity, Mo. Yvon Polra and Pierre 3 elliza of France meet formidable opponents In the New Yorkers, 3. Sllsworth Davenport and Robert Kelleher. Don Budge and Gene Mako of Call- 'ornia, Davis Cuppers, oppose Arthur liendrix, Florida "giant killer," and 3ardner Malloy of New London, I!onn. Wllmer Allison of Austin, Texas, and John Van Ryn of Philadelphia, defending champions, will iivve to step faster against Gene Smith and Charles Carr, young Call- fornlans, than they did In their straight-set victory over Alfred Jarvis and Charles Mattman of New York. Davenport and Kelleher provided one first-round upset as they eliminated the eighth-seeded Americans, William Soward and Robert Underwood of California, a four-set engagement. Davey Jones of New York and John Law of Pasadena, Calif., furnished another surprise as they put out sixth-seeded Henry Culloy and Joe Hunt of California, also over tho four-set route. Jacobs and Palfrey Helen Jacobs of California and Mrs. Sarah Palfrey Fabyan of Boston, defending women's champions, swing- into.action for the first time against Olga Kallos and Eunice Dean of Texas. Kay Stammers of England and Alice Marble of San Francisco, who won by default yesterday, face the "dark horse" team, Norma Taubelo of New York and Elizabeth Blackman of Detroit, who upset Mrs. Mary Greet Harris of Kansas City, Mo., and Gracyn Wheeler of Santa Monica, Calif., In straight sets yesterday. Echoes of Ring (Atiooiatet Pren Leaied Wire) NEW YORK.—Pedro Montane*. 137}i, Puerto Rico, outpointed Irish Eddie Brink," 139, Scninton, Pa., (10). CHICAGO. — Frank BattaRlin, 162, Winnipeg, Man., knocked out Harry Schuman, 157W, Chicago, (4). MIAMI, Fla.—Bobby Britton, 139, Miami, outpointed Johnny Dean, 138!$, Kiinnapolls, N. C., (8). BALTIMORE.—Joe Rlbors. 133, Bakersfield, Calif., knocked out Ray Boree, 123, Jacksonville, Fla., (8). LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Freddy Eiler, 161, Louisville, outpointed Tony lisas, 158, Dayton, Ohio, (10). PATTERNLESS PUZZLE HORIZONTAL I Common soldiers. 8 Step. 12 Member of 'U. S. A. upper house. 13 To throw. 14 Fourth note in scale. 15 White poplar. 16 Gaps. lOTo canter. 20 Russian emperors. 21 Ulcer. 22 -Door rug. 23 Inclination. 24 To stupefy. 25 Within. 26 Ill-bred persons. 27 Regrets. 20 Shores. 31 Reddish brown horse* Answer to Previous Punic I4BII4HI*) BHEl H HBQ aura I-IHCIHH Glfflil VERTICAL 1 Psalm writer. 2 Resounding loudly. 3 Not apt. 4 Valley. 37 Gander. 38 To emulate. 39 To unclose. 40 To apportion. 41 Free theater ticket. 4 2 Meat chopped 5 Devoured. 6 Toward. 7 Rubber pencil 40 In the midst, ends. 41 A little 6 Murmurs as (music). a cat. 43 Before. 9 Work of skill. 44 To drink slowly. 48 Italian river. fine. 44 Spore mass. 49 Exists. 46 Ireland. 33 Cry of sorrow 47 Gourmet. 34 Makes shaggy 49 Consumed. 33 Corpse. 50 Makes a mar-10 Bunches. 36 Graridparcntal riage offer. 11 Box. 13 Flock. 14 Spore plant 17 Baking dishes 18 To agitate. 20 Walks. 23 Pertaining to tone. 24 To swell. 26 Equilibriums. 27 Baked meat. 28 T&xes. 30 Black bird. 31 One who shoots, 32 Time free from worlt. 34 East Indian plant. 36 Genus of honeybee. 37 Narrow v»ll«j 88 Foot de. formlty. 39 To leave out. MI BUY THE NEW STYLES FEATURED IN BEST LOOKING Fall Suits READY IN BROCK'S MEN'S SHOP By 4 of America's Outstanding Makers FABRICS: Worsteds Cheviots Shetlands Homespuns Gabardines Domestic Tweeds Imported Tweeds PATTERNS: Plain Stripes Mixtures Checks Windowpane Squares Houndstooth Checks Glen Urqiihart Plaids STYLES: Free-Swing Pinch Backs Single Breastcds Double Breastcds Gusset Shoulders FASHION TRU-TUF PARK * MICHAELS STERN TWISTS • MANOR BORN Brock's Men's Shop is pleased to announce it is now ready with a complete selection of new fall suits. In addition to three illustrious makers of quality clothes it has added another famous make—Fashion Park, a line that brings a new standard of excellence Uiat is exclusively Fashion Park. With these four makes Brock's offers a wide as possible choice and as greatly diversified a selection as you will find anywhere. The high standard quality of Brock's clothing has been a source of pride und satisfaction to men who wear them. The patterns and fabrics, the expert craftsmanship, the style and definite character have given these men a proper sense of superiority, of pride in their appearance and satisfaction in the service they render. Brock's invites you to sec its fall opening displays in the five Chester avenue windows and also to see the fine new clothes in the men's shop— particularly Fashion Park clothes. Buy Clothes on Our Budget Plan MEN'S SHOP BROCK'S SEE OUR WINDOWS For Large and Small! For Short and Tall. EVERY MORNING AT 8:66 CHARLOTTE ANNE MOORE W6XAI

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