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Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, September 2, 1936
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t- • -.1 r-. '. , if P'l .' P- - • ] J, L - -. i i - 1 - •' *• j * - i • , SEPTEMBER 2, 1938 -V- 'Ir . J i r -' 1 r ^ ^ r I I iff T I''J »i 1 <C V —• b ' • ^ "¥ r X • £ • J . - .' "-r- y&'-L'iV .'i i. 1 - iV --^*- ^ ^ J I ^-S-iiU- - h . r - ' •_ -r i L * - .v •••i -- i it i »;" <: • ';• . I- i |L ' - - ' -f - * '•• . I - r f l ..^-•. ' -1- ',Af < - L *'•*- J . V': f ----- • ;'«-*±J&*^' '.' ^ '- * \ \ b: ..« *T 3 i -- ' '- ' •L .V I- I H .• •. L' --•• « h .. ^ 1 J '-. ' I . * • •• .1- '» '- - V '[ i ' • I i. i it . . . -' . 1'. - : - f ¥ ' \. ?.- ..-' - . ; v , it. STATE TITLIST PIPEFUL Walkei Anno CupP d Tod RING ECHOES \.\ Thornhill Will Not Guess ns to Team's 1936 Outcome By HUSSKU, N. NKWLAND A.Hsoo.Utod Pre» Sports Writer pALO ALTO, Calif., Sept. 2. A Stanford Unlverstty, western selection In the last three Hoae Bowl football classics, finds itself In tho Interesting role of "dark horse" this ueason after many years designation as "the team to boat.' 1 Not even Ctfach C, K. "Tiny" Thornhill will hazard a guess as to the "when, where und how" of the Stanford team of 1930 hut if tho bi«r follow haH any worries over tho pros- poets be la keeping them strictly to himself, Nine of the eleven regulars n»ho helped whip Southern Methodist last Now Years day In Pasadena passed out of competition under the throe- season rule. In tho exodus were 1C of 12 lettermon. To Stanford followers the loss was a terrific ehock. To Coach Thornhill it was "Just ono of those things, AVfi'll find somebody to re- placo them." The man who turned out three top bracket teams in as many years as head coach is confronted with the Job of putting together a winning ' combination from seven returning Jettermen and sonic fifty other candidates. A few have had limited vur- Bity experience. Bright prospects •from tho H)B5 freshman sciund arc eprtnkled throughout the group. Tho big problem Is to find a full- j back who can fill the shoes of tho! departed twice all-American, Hobby! Grayson. I^ast year's quarter back. Bill Paulman, will got a trial in tho ,berth as will Fred Williams, second substitute for Orayson in 1935. Tho other five loiter men returning are Carl Hchott, ond; John Grant, tackle; Hob Matthews, guard; Jimmy Coffls, left half, and ,Too I ''Vigrna, right half. Along with Cab Callawuy, star tacklo of the 1934 team returning after illness, they will form the nucleus of the squad. ft3?rom last season's freshman cloven comes Pete Xagar. 205 pounder from tho Clo Elum. Washington, with such proven ability ho is expected to take over a first string tackle position. Material at hand forecasts a loam made up of lighter, faster men than In past seasons. More open field running, sharp emphasis on forward and lateral posses, and less lino smashing appear inevitable. Tho schedule is tho heaviest in _ I 4t . • * U1MJ M (1 V I _» .1-J^.'I-** • *»» • i I l • »*J -9\ !".• »•» ^^BlUVri years, winding un with nn inter-, „., , 0(1 tho lt ,, villlco today , nto tho eectional on eastern K roiind. i t , lrd rmmil of tho Ma8on . Dlxon •The "clieaule: .sept 2h Santa j Wonwn . H Bolf tournament." Clara, Oct. ., UushliiBton Slalo nt ( Aftcr a fll . s , ,. oulul lr iuinpli. Miss nn± m nA t °-V 1°' n'' eg0 'V. < r,"; 1 ' V"B«iuw ran Into difficulty In hor open Oct J4. Southern California; | 8ccond nltltch wlth bois n ogerft , ?n« In- ± W v^' °- ^ llf ?7 11 ": at i I'arkorsburg. AV. Va., tho defending Lou Angeles, jNo v ,. A\ aahlnBton: | tltllst won 3 ,„,. Nov. 14, OroR-on KUilo in Portland; Nov. 21, California nt BerkMey: Nov. t ^ Matt f'alacio, San Knfael, winner of the California amateur golf championship at Pebble Beach when Jimmy Rca missed a 6-foot putt on the eighteenth hole. They matched fttrekc for stroke until the eighteenth. ON THE MAT Prcsa Lrattrd Wire} PORTLAND. Ore.—Mlko don, 101, Lodl, Calif., defeated "Whitcy" WuhlbcrK. 100, Dvtrojt. SAN FRANCISCO.—GUR Son- limber^. 203, New Yorlt. defeated Hugo de Collehnu, 211, Italy. Stein, SAN rHFtfO.— Sammy 215, New York and Dave 108, HrooUlyn, drew. ^ v V- — Young Girls Lead olf Tourne y i (t'nitf'1 Vrr** Lcnwi Wire) WHITI3 srLIMU'U SI'RIXOS. W. Va.. S<-pt. l!. — Jenn Bauer, Providence. U. 1., the defending tltlist. -w --T^- p ^v and Putty Ber,K. Minnlenpolls school i . . t . * • •* *i i^^..__^^_ i — j — _ _ t ^^ A .^ *%__*! ^f Face Two-Game Test for Second Time in Less Than One Week lly LKStJK AVKHY United Pr«M 8t*rf Corrwponrti'nt , r YORK, Sept, 2.—Now York's pennant-hungry Giants, who have stolen tho National Leucuo Bhow from tho preseason favored Cuba and Cardinals, faco their nee- ond crucial series within I<?SH than a week when they tangle with tho Cards today in tho first of two games in St. Louis, Thoy face it, however, with n great deal of confidence after bowl- injr tho Cubs over three out of four at Chicago, ( This meeting also HetH.tho stago j for a duel between Carl Hubhell and Dizzy Deiin, who have more victories than any other pitchers in tho league. Dlzscy baa won 22 and lost S, while Hubbt'll has won 20 and lost G. Manager Terry, continuing to play first base in npite of hln Injured knee, and T.ittlo Mel Ott n^aln wen prominent In tho Olnntn' 7 to 4 triumph in the flnalo with tho Cubs yoHiorday. I^ead Four (lamoH Tho win inci-onsod tho Ctiants' league lead to four gamut* over tho Cardinals whoso contest with tho Brooklyn Dodporw was rained otit in I ho fourth inning with the Uodgrrw leading 3-2. Kven if the Cardinal** win both trnmo« of the Herlow. tho Glant« are aSBurcd of returning to tho Polo Grounds with a two-gamo lend. Tho PlttHburgh Pirates took a 3-1 decision from the Boston Bees as Big .Tim Weaver Hcattorcd HO von hllH. I^ou Scarsella's ninth Inning! single drove in tho winning run In | tho Cincinnati UodH 1 :t-2 triumph! over the Philadelphia Phillies. | Lead InrrcnNcd Tho New York Yankees idle ypHterday but their American League lead was increased u half ganio tut tlio Hocond placo Cleveland Indians lost, to tho Huston Hod »Sox. 4 to 1. Schoolboy Howe allowed but two hits a« the IJctrolt TIgors whipped tlio Philadelphia Athletics, i 4 to 1. The St. Louis Browns took j another panting. r» to 3, from this i i Washington Senators as Burl White- j I. hill distributed six hits. ' ' i P. SMITH, a iSanttt Fe engineer hunting in tho Connor Station district, shot his limit of doves early yesterday and was ono of the first hunters reported by tills department^ for flung scouts to conclude a BUccosRful morning. Visiting B!U Whiting hero were Lofty Mnnker, former Yernon coast league ball player, and Hill James, star of the Boston Braves years ago. These two famous athletes dropped in on Bill before starting off on a dovo Shoot. Whiting, a veteran catcher himself, enjoyed seeing those two famous pitchers of other days. Bill James la now a baseball coach at I!. C. L. A. where he reports iflnrl Sargent, a Btikerfl- field hoy, is showing fine stuff as a potentially great ball player, Claude Vurner, accompanied by his father and Al Morro, heavyweight prizefighter, limped Into the office to HOO mo tho other afternoon. Claude injured his right log by rutting it with a shovel while Irrigating on his father's ranch. Owns Half Interest Claude says h« now owns a half interest In Morro along with (Jig Hooncy, who holds the other 50 per font interest in tho big. good-looking puncher who wan brought out originally by Jim Jeffries und fought under tho Shurkoy wing for a while. Morro has beaten Arnmnd Knmnucl. haw met Mike Mandel, Stovo Humus und a few other good hoys. After Joe Louis Claude bolieves ho will have his protege fighting Joo Louis ono of these days. Morro will train ut the Varnor ranch until September 8 and then will go to San Francisco. Training Here In tho meantime Morro will do some training hero starting this evening at 5:30 o'clock ut the arena. Hn plans workouts on Friday and Saturday as well hero at tho name lime und would Hko to box any big follow willing to work out with him. Claude Vurncr's father, by the way, has u hobby of brooding fine coursing whippets, thoroughbred dogs. Kmics IMXI3 VALLEY, N. J,, Sept. 2.— Tho pairings for today's matches of tho Walker cup golf competition: Hector Thomson and Harry Bentley, Groat Britain vs. Johnny Goodman. Omaha, and Albert Campbell, Seattle. .look McLean and John I). A. Langloy, Croat Britain vs. Reynolds Smith and Kd White. Texas. Gordon Peters and Morton Dyke*, C.roat Britain vs. Charley Yatos, Atlanta and Walter Kmery, Oklahoma City. Alec Hill and Cecil Kwing. Grout Britain vs. Harry Givnn, Seattle and George Volgt, Xew York. Tho play will bo Scotch foursomes, I. o. 'each side plays ono ball, players pf ouch sldo alternating both toe shot* and nthei Pairings for tomorrow will bo announced ut tho close of today's play. I Today's play starts nt in a, in. i and '2 p. m. with 15 mlnute-H Inter- 1 vals between matches. (Attsociatcd Prr»t /-rrurd XK\V YOUK.—Johnny Clinton, I47»i, Now York, outpointed Kddlo "Kid" Wolfe, 143, Memphis, Tumi,, (8). , WASHINGTON* — Marty (inl Inghrr, 200, Washington, outpoint rtl King Lcvlnfthy, 20-154, Chicago, (10). DETROIT LIONS ARE PLAYING COLLEGIANS " - - pHICAQO, Sept. V.j I'KNN'SArUKN. N. ,!.. Hoft, IH8. Knocked otit Kong, 210, Akron, Ohio, (fl). I.OS ANOUliKS. — Phil hitlu>r, 105, Dlnttlm, Calif., -Pnul King nni out pointed IViM- Del Ulo, 180',, .Mexico City, (10).. KANSAS riTY.~-1!mmy Garrl- Hon, 135, Kunnas City, outpointed Krftnhle KUclt, 130, Sun Krnnrtaro, world Junior lightweight champion, (10), By STKVK SNIDElt United m.t» Huff 2. — Football's i great ball most spectacular show will be Ringed in Soldiers Field tonight whon th« Detroit Lions moot tho College All-Stars aftor a 24-hour de* Jfty voted during ye*torduy'H rainstorm. : Klnborntr* prt»gnmn ceremonies r; worn Hoheduled at R;20 p. m. (E. S. T.) while n crowd expected to j roaoh SO,000 not t It* In the- giant lake j front liorHoshoo. Anxious to compete "it a dry field, conches of both Kfitmdn agreed to the postponement su wrested by dlreotot'H of tho contest. "A dry fit-Id will he all tho bettor for the fast All-Htnr backH," sal.I Head Couch Hornte Ult'nnan of Mln- i j j j I NKW YOUK.—rnrl (Red) no, 13H. Tninpn, Kin., and Chnr- lle Ciomer, IR4i Frnucc dn>w, (8), carriers than I; Biernmn'M Minnesota system re* .** 11 perfect John on every play, merman and hist aide*. Bo McMillan. Kimpr T.aydon and Lynn Waldorf, miiHi start Captain Kfloy Smith or Alabama at quarterback. Bill Hhnk«'N|MMn». Xotro I tame, and Jay halfback*, uiul H»'lflo. Minnesma. fi This unit Includes at. least thivui im;n, four superh • plus ITS, bm nn outstanding hlorkor. In the event the attack is repeatedly by Di-trolt'rt ends. Kd KU-\vtr:ki and John Sehnel tor. 1 Herman may rush in DU-k Tray no 01' Jnu-n, \vho has mastered every brickfield position. His value us a bloclcor became apparent last UeportM of the collegiant»' final s season when he was th* running drills indicated the 8.000.000 fans in t mate of Iowa's famed Ozzlo Him- 40 states chose a snund with mow 1 mons. *i b I h^ 1 *•-. "7 f flf >r^-£ mff^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^••^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^I^H^^^^H^W^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'^^^^^'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^MV^^^P^^I Handy Dutch Oven • Diamond Dust Los A k Even in Ball 28, Columbia at New York. (Tomorrow; Ohio Statot. r Class Even Oens at Roch Patty Kiilnod two oo«y victories. Sho ellniinatfd Helen Hackney of Washington. G and 5. and then came hack to dofeat an<»ther Wanh ing- ton entrant. Marlon Brown. 6 and 4. Krll/,1 Sltfol. \Yhi*ellnB, W. Va.. a MnullHt a neason ago, ronmlned In the title running with a It and J hoolboy Howe, Tiuon pod Athletics with two hits. top- Hill Terry, (iiitntK—Had double and single, driving in three runs against Cubs. 'arselln. Hods—Singled in winning run hi It-:! victory ovrr Phillies. imUBAKKK WINS LOS ANCSKLKS. Sept. ^. (A. )».>— Phil Brubaker, California's two-flfited (Cntlrrt 7*rrflj» Leaned IV"/rf t liurgh. ROCHKSTKI1, X. Y.. Sept. 2.— ; Thirty-four glistening craft representing half doxon' rountrlon hoistful canvas on Luke. Ontario today for a eerles of raceH to determlno the Btar clnas world's championship. Tho starter's cannon at 1 p. m. ; (eastern standard time-) will nond tho tnultt-colorecl floet skimmlnK ov«r a : Portland 30-mile course In tho first of five j San Diego races. The prize is the International ! Souttlo Btar Class trophy, hold for the past MiHslon two years by By-O. of Newport I Oakland Harbor, Calif. ! i. OH AH iit^ **imi»- AV«*I«**«-^ if*i*« ^ h -- .-»-..,» — , * •••• « '• ii L*t,4.i* v. * | V'<t«Bfci/| 41141, n L»l*-'ll*j|lT\4 triumph over Betty Abernulh, Plits- ex-minlstevlal studont, followed In Joo \VircJ SPAKTANUUHO. S. C.. Sept. 2.— Los Angeles and Spartunburg were all oven today In their five-game serlos for the, nutlonal American Lo- { glon Junior baseball title. ICIght thousand funs Haw tho California sand lot tors tie the soi-ioH nt one gnmo apiece by winning the second lilt. tJ.o. yoHterday. MeKlroy limited t)io f'nlK'ornlunH to nlno hits. SuverM Wright was srheduloil to pitch t'ur Spurtunburg in tho third game lodny, with Mryan Ktephons us bin hurling nppuiittnt. STANDINGS t COAST IJU(UK Louts' foots to ps today and climbed u rung on tho heavyweight comeback luddor. The lull Dlnubu boy, outpointed this summer by Jack Slmrkey, belted out u 10*round decision ov«»r Pepr» Del Hio of Mexico IMty last night in II!H first Hturt since the Sluirkey fight. 81'MMIT WKLL SHiNKl) RACHA.MKN'TO, Sept. 2. (t. T . P State park nfflrlals report thut tho rogisior nt lh(; snnnult of Mount IMablo Mali- park IKIH boon Hlgned by visflors from every Mate, in the UK u I'll as from llo this H. F. Beardwleo. owner und skip- ' per of the whito Jacquored By-C. Will lend tho IU chaiiongors to a rendezvous off Point Summervlllo. The challonginjjr floet i* made up of Winners of preliminary Kcries hold by tho various star fleets on all continents. For a majority of the racing croft, today's nu» marks the first i competition In frenh water. i r lirifiro Ito Won so sr> . . 83 -83 01 6-1 1 1 1 7f» ^ - t o T ^ m « < f w T | | 70 T Sf. 100 . Pet. j .r>44 ^ W .r»:u .519 T ^ ^ V .B1H T .003 ^F ^^ .1190 m i i l CANADIAN OFFICIAL rain. t CANCELS GAMI5 TAIT, Kept. 2.~Bollovtnp that the i two-day holiday period takes too ) many fans out of town, immy i Now York 'fit. Sun Kr, Sacramento Yesterday's 7-us A _ Sun Diego, 14: Sacramento. Seattle. 11: San Krnnolsoo, i; Oakland, 8; Misniofi. 3. (rumen Today Los Angeles ut Portland. Karrumonto nt San Diego. Oakland at Mission. San Kranclsco at Seattle. NATIONAL Won Lost Pet 78 • i O'Connell, munuser of tho baseball team, haw cancelled tho appearance of the T,o» AnffflPH Colored GlantH hero over Lohor duy. Sunday Follows won an easy 7 to 1 victory over tho lldkorsflrld Athletics at tho hijLrh school park. "Lefty" Monro WUH tli pitcher. Ix>lltH ........... 74 ............ 74 ........... 07 Cincinnati .......... fil BoHton ............. BH Hronklyn PlilUiUclphla ..... 60 48 02 0-1 G1 tii'i fi8 73 83 .019 .587 ."i7K .6211 .4K4 .400 .407 .330 HORIZONTAL i Canadian diplomat, Si r 12 To' misrepresent. 13 Form of "be." 14 Feast. 16 File. 17 Resentment. 18 To plunge into water. 10 Night before. 20 Musical note. 22 Sheltered place. 23 You and I. 24 Hastened. Answer (o Previous Puzzle MARION TAILEY 44 Barracuda. 4 6 Above. 25 Paid publicity. 47 Aperture. LOS CiOLKKH TO UCAYK oily, southern California amateur litllut, leaves today for the national amateur golf tournumont With Jim Mcllulo of Sun G who led him by a strt*Ui> in tin qualifying tost. TO YOUR THROAT Now York, 7: Chicago, i Pittsburgh, 3; Boston, I f'lnclnnntl, U; Phllndolph Brooklyn at St. Louis, rain (jumos Today Hoston at Cincinnati. Brooklyn tit Chicago. New York ut St. Louis. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. AMKUICAX LKAtifK Won Xew -York (Movelund Detroit . Chicago 2 27 Measure of area. 28 Mite. 30 Genuine. 33 To devour. 34 Monkey. 36 Resembling adam. 39 Cavity. 49 Nullifies, 51 Mineral spring i Hoists. 52 Paradise. 54 Made into fabric. 55 Lean. 56 God of love. 58 Fiber knots. 59 La borer. pointed minister to VERTICAL 41 Musical note. 60, 61 He wax 42 Rail (bird), recently ap- 2 Otherwise. 3 To tear stitches. 4 To exist, 5 Knock. 6 Three. 7 Encountered. 8 Railroad. 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