The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 22, 1944 · Page 8
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NOW—Doors Opon at 6:45 ACTION) COUUMI •At 'BRIEN •urn toun HUSIIT AND— LITTLE SECRET <•«* JIMMY IYOON MMUSJWTI MM urn Coming Sunday— "DRAGON SEED" NOTRE DAME has a lack of experienced barkflfld men nnd reserves this season, but who ever heard of little things like that stopping the fighting Irish? Coach Frank Leahy figures that hard work will do anything, and he puts his theory to practice a.y Notre Darne linemen push huge rollers around the gridiron. Beavers Take Champs Second Time NILE •1'-.',! I'h Starts Tonight 7 P. M. CARE-FREE,WAR-FREI ANDALAUGH-SPREEI GEORGE MURPHY GLORIA DeHAVEN ADOLPHEMENJOU UllKUKNIA By Assocla Cisco, the Oakland Acorns last night hacked up Manuel Salvo's seven-hit pitching with nice stick work to defeat the Seals, G to I, for a 1 to 0 lead In the Coast League President's Cup playoffs. League President Clarence Rowland yesterday upheld San Fran- NOW nUff Matlnoo Dally Doors Open 1:30 fDGAR BfRGIN CHARlIf MiCARrHf JANt POWEll W C. FIHDS BONIIA GRANVIllf iAMMy KArt Ofch CLAUDETTE COLBERT "I Cover the Waterfront" "UNDERGROUND RUSTLERS" to the Music of Bob Sisson and His Orchestra SATURDAY in Kern County's Most Popular Dance Spot a TVT in Downtown Bakerseld Within Easy Walking Distance ON THE CORNER OF SIXTEENTH and "EYE" Admission 60c Including Tax Servicemen 50c Including Tax Friday, Saturday CARTOON NEWS Saturday Matinee Only Chapter 9, "Tho Phantom" 'ARVIN Friday, Saturday Frank Albortson In* "ON, MY DARLING CLEMENTINE" Also GENE AUTRY, SMILEY BURNETTE in MEXICALI ROSE" Chapter 11, "The Phantom" CARTOON NEWS Saturday Matine Only Chapter 14, "Tho Phantom" LET "Things Worth While" Brighten Your Life KPMC at 3:30 P. M. LET IVERS FURNITURE COMPANY Brighten Your Home To. Home of Quallti. Style nut r«ralturr 6?5 Nineteenth Street Phone 4-4711 12 Noon Tomorrow Doors Opon 11:30 a. m. CARTOON CARNIVAL FOR KIDS From 6 to 60 8—Funmakers—8 Chapter B "DESERT HAWK" and Refular Show All for Sams Pries ,-^ «*»»• Open Dally at 12 Noon Friday, Saturday Ann Miller, Larry Parko in "Hey, Rookie" Charlos Starrott In "Riding West" Chapter a, "Tlc*r Woman" Cartoon New* "BATTLE OF KUMIA" "MELODY PARADE" Chap. 11, "Secret Sorvico" ted Press Cisco's prote.st of a second inning ruling on a foul hall which was deflected into fair territory and the hatter ruled out. Last night's game was n replay anil another game has been added to the schedule, to be played Saturday. Portland's Marino I'iorettl limited the Los Angeles Angels to five hits as the Beavers won their second straight from the league champions, :i to 2, in the other half of the playoffs. The Heavers tied the score at "• all in the fourth inning after tlie Angels had taken an early lead, then added the clincher in the seventh on a single and a double. . Portland needs two wins to guarantee participation in the final series against tho winner of the San Francisco-Oakland tilts. Ten thousand dollars in prize money is involved. Torricclli invented the Barometer Pal patented th* Hollow Ground Bled* for cooUr, quick*, "Focrthw Touch" (having 4UO« IOh,2S« Hammer Field Wins Softball Crown CLEVELAND, Sept. 22. (UP)—The Army Air Force "Raiders" from Hammer Field, Fresno, Calif., today held the King's Crown in the world sot'tball championships for the second straight year. The soldiers copped the men's title by edging the Fort Wayne, Ind., /Coiner-Pistons, 1-0, in a 12-inning' pitching duel Into last night at Lakewood Kll\s stadium. The Softball "Queens" championship of 1944 went to the Portland. Ore., Linda Pomeroy outfit who squeezed a single run across the plate In the top half of the eleventh inning to dash the title hopes of the Phoenix Ramblers, 1-0. They succeeded tho New Orleans Jax Maids who were eliminated early in the tourney. • fit All RIOUIAR RAZORS PIRFICHV • Rolling Hills Riding Club HORSES FOR RENT by Hour or Day and for All Spoclal Occasions Lot Us Help You LEARN TO RIDE Sterling; Road and Orogon One Block North of Nilet on Sterling Phono 4-463S or 3-1883 High Jour Wins With Photo Finish PAN MATED, Calif., Sept. 21. (JP> Eight stake racers headed by Okanu—wlner of two handicaps this meeting—have been nominated for tomorrow's $5000 mile and one sixteenth Alameda handicap at Bay Meadows. High Jour drove to a photo finish win over Michiya in yesterday's feature, with the favorite, Musical Jack, taking third. The winner returned $11.60, $4.00 and $2.80; Michiya, $4.00 and $2.80, and Musical Jack, $2.50. WE Buy Vsett Radios Btdio and AppUnc* Co. Fox Theatre Building 20IS H Straat, Dial 4-4065 SPORTS fctje 9aker0tielfc California Friday, September 22, 1944 FOR BETTER VISION SEE DR. HAROLD HASKELL OPTOMETRIST 1434 - 19'H STREET- Main Floor Gon«lor-l«t> tulldlng TELEPHONE 66859 EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Modern and Old-Time Dancing Lot's havo fun after tho Fair. Apron and Overall Danco. Remember at Tho Barn W. H.-Blvnt, Ciller of Pionoor Dances Oeorn Latfoon and His Barn Owls Furnishing tha Mvslo Admission 50s, Tax lOe No JltforbHtt No Slacks No iavlas THE BARN Boll Torraco and Stlno Road DANCE WHERE PKltCMIg MEET R. E. (Hunter) EVANS WITH HIS VICTOKY DANCE OKCIIENTRA KVtCKY SATURDAY MUHt UNION AVENUE BALLROOM Moil i-in mid old-time dunclns—nn jiUer- bugiriim—every Satunluy night Ailnlmilon BOr Hun Tax 9 lo 1 DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT EL PATIO PAVILION l'/i .Mile. Wnt of flrrrnflfU on Tuft Highway NO BETTER FLOOR IN KERN COUNTY Mu«li' bjr OIIKM, JOHNSON mill HIS RIIYTHM RANCH PALS GARZELLUND SONNEYTOCLASH A boxing event boldly billed as the greatest rematch of the year is scheduled to take place at Strelich Stadium Monday night, September 25, according to announcement made today by Steve Strelich. Tom Garzelli and John Sonney are carded to slug out four rounds in the main event, and eacli glove artist is determined to settle a draw score chalked up two weeks ago with which neither was satisfied. Garzelli avers that he is going to floor .Sonney, come hail and high water, and those close to Sonney say he has the same idea In reverse—so fans will have to see what they will .see Monday night. George Dozier says if he doesn't knock out Robert Rowe In two heats of the seml-windup he won't claim a cent, and at the same time Rowe has asked to take the irritated Mr. Dozier on to "just show him what can be done about it." Both fellows are In top shape and It looks like a keg of dynamite is about to go off when the boys climb into the ring. In the special event Pedro Balderas will battle with Cal Coolidge as Cal attempts to regain standing after he suffered a decision loss to Pedro some time ago. Other interesting battles coining up Monday night are; Petle Costa versus Joe Orosco; Pat Martinez versus Joe Mendez; Gabe, Jimenez versus Rudy Reed and Phil Holmes versus Dave Blalock, Mr. Strelich announces. Cards Prepare for World Series Games BOSTON, Sept. 22. <UR>—It was "Bring on the Btowns, Tigers, Yankees or Red Sox" for the pennant- winning St. Louis Cards of the National League today as they settled down to plan for the world series after clinching their third straight flag. There was a joyful feeling in the Cardinal camp that the team's month-long slump ended with the double victory over the Boston Braves, 6 to 4 and 6 to 6 yesterday. Manager Billy Southworth was his old congenial self and radiated good cheer and confidence. The team didn't put on any victory demonstration comparable to the "gas-house" celebrations of other Cardinal clubs, but there' was no one concealing the fact he was glad it was all over. Expected 75,000 to See Troy-Bruin LOS ANGELES, Sept. 22. OP)—One of the biggest opening day football crowds there in many years will watch U. C. L. A. and the Trojans of the University of Southern Cali- i fornia resume their rivalry tomor- I row In the Memorial Coliseum. i With more than 50,000 seats sold I now, a turnout of almost 75,000 is I anticipated. U. S. C. remains a slight favorite, mainly because of the experience and known capacity of its line. The Bruin chances seem to rest primarily on the good throwing arm of Bob Waterfield, quarterback who directed U. C. L. A. to its first Pacific Coast Conference title in 1942. HOW THEY STAND PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Playoffs Oakland, 5; Sar. Francisco. 1 (Oakland, 1; San Francisco, 0). Portland, 3; Lou Angeles. 2 (Portland, 2; Los Angeles, 0). (inine* Tonight Portland at Los Angeles. Oakland af San Francisco. AMERICAN LEAGUE Tcftm— Won Lost Pet. Detroit 81 IH 6« 611 fiiiX 3 517 6 479 ll'.i 46.1 1314 4«3 14 4LM lU'i St. Louin „...._ 80 New York „ 77 Boston _.... 74 Cleveland fi!t Philadelphia 67 Chieaso Hfi Washington (Jl •Games behind leader. Ye*terdn.Y'H RemiltH New York, D; Detroit. 4 (10 Innings). Cleveland, 5; Boston. 2. St. Louis, 9: Washington. 4. (Only games scheduled.) (inmcs Today Boston ai Detroit. Now York at Cleveland. Washington at Chicago. Philadelphia at St. Louis. NATIONAL LEAGUE Team— Won Lost P<-t. • [;. Louis 08 4i> .685 Pittsburgh 85 58 .591 13 Cincinnati 82 61 .57:1 16 Chicago 68 73 .48U 29 New York — 63 7» .444 34',4 Philadelphia — H8 84 .408 30 Boston _ 68 84 .4IIS 3fl Brooklyn 08 86 .403 40 *Games behind leader. yesterday's RpHiiUx St. Louis, 6-6; Boston, 4-5 (second game 10 Innings). Chicago, 11-6; New York. 8-4. Pittsburgh, 10-14; Brooklyn. 4-6. Cincinnati. 6-8; Philadelphia, 3-4 (first game 12 Innings) {tamm Today Chicago at New York. St. Lou In at Bnstnn. (Only games scheduled.) TAFT MAN PROMOTED TAFT, Sept. 22.—Private James A. Rowe has been promoted to the rank of private first class at Great Bend, Kan., Army Air Field. A graduate of Limestone dap High School, Kiowa, Okla., he was employed by the Honolulu Oil Company, Taft, previous to his enlistment in June, 1943. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Howe, Kiowa, Okla. His wife, the former Gladys Russel, resides at 306 Jackson street, Taft. Business and Proftssional GUIDE Phons T-TS3I for Monthly Ratas ACCOUNTANTS JOHN W, CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Inconu Tax Service, Audit*, System! 205-200 ProffMlona: Bulldlnc Phone 0-0591 CHINESE HERBS T. LIM HERB SPECIALIST STOMACH TROUBLE SPECIALISTS Bentedloi for All Ailment* FREE CONSULTATION ' Former Herb Instructor Cantnn Collect. Canton China Twenty-fourth and K Street! Phone 5-5A31 LAUNDRIES LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry Service Cncseelled—That It Our Motto—Ten Different Services and Znrlf Dry Cleaning CITIZENS LAUNDRY Sixteenth and O Street* Phone 8-8401 St. Louis Browns Gain on League-Leading Tigers By JACK HAND \stincmted Press Sports Writer Don't give up on the St. Louis Browns. Luke Sewcll's "hungry" castoffs, stumbling since mfd-August and berated by friend and foe for blowing a comfortable lead, were only a half Kiime behind the leading Detroit Tigers today on another comeback surge. When the New Yorkers snapped a five-game losing streak by dumping Detroit, 5-4, In a 10-inning series finale yesterday, their motive was strictly selfish. By taking their onlv game of the set from the Tigers, the defending champs stuck In the race three lengths back with hopes of shortening the gap in Cleveland while the hardhitting Boston Red Sox visit Detroit. Connie Mack was again In the spotlight aa he led his Athletics Into Sportsman's Park for a week-end scries. The Philadelphia club belted New York out of first place last week on three straight defeats and Mr. Baseball never did play favorites. The fierce Inter-club feud between St. Louis and Washington reacted to the Browns advantage, raising them to a fighting pitch climaxed by the battle between Tom Turner of St. Louis and Roberto Ortiz of Washington before last night's game. Ortiz went to a hospital for hand X-rays but Turner was unhurt and the "inspired" Sewellmen slugged out 15 hits for a 9-4 edge. Prank Crosetti's tenth Inning double gave Reliefer Bill Zuber of the Yanks the nod over Hal Newhouser, doing a turn as a Tiger fireman. Cleveland trimmed Boston, 5-2 despite 11 Sox hits. St. Louis clinched the National League flag by trimming Boston, 5-4 and 6-5 with both wins going to Re- liefer Harry Brecheen. Pittsburgh tightened its grip on second place by walloping Brooklyn twice, 10-4 and 14-6, Cincinnati kept pace by downing the Phils, 5-3 and 8-4 and Chicago blasted New York's fourth place aspirations with a double dose of trouble, 11-8 and 6-4. THE TIGERS' MANAGER, Steve O'Neil, looks slightly on the happy side as his Detroit team stays on top In the American League pennant race. The Tigers won two out of three games in their series with the New York Yankees. FOOTBALL COACH • Annwer lo Prrvloni Puzzle HORIZONTAL 1,5 Pictured football star, Lt. Comdr. 11 On the ocean 12 Skill 13 Exist 14 Stable 15 New (prefix) 16 Short sleep 17 Observe 18 Crazy 20 Employ 23 Also 26 Units 28 He is -— at Iowa Preflight 30 Account of (ab.) 31 Indian mulberry 32 Endures 35 Build 38 Dined 39 Title of respect 40 Individual 42 Require 44 Masculine name 46 Feminine name 48 Urn 51 Pastry 52 Bulgarian coin 53 English school 54 Pardon 55 Current events. VERTICAL 1 Punch 2 King of Judah (Bib.) 3 To wax 4 Midwestern state 5 Large number 6 Before 7 Small particle 8 Manual part of body 9 Age 10 Corded fabric 19 Part of circle 20 Upward 21 South America (ab.) 22 Eradicate 23 Stories 24 Ocean (ab.) 25 Exclamation ttLlHU.CSL-il^fc-1 : ••UiUU KHE ,." L-Jl^MMhftJ '>• '••'- liO KISBUirtM • URMHHlr. 27 Infant (ab.) 29 Rowing stick 40 Sign 32 Musical note 41 Long fishes 33 Near 42 He is now in 34 Male offspring the 35 He was a 43 Specific day player on the 44 Health resort Notre Dame 45 Goal ' 47 Veterinary 36 Channel (ab.) Islands (ab.) 49 Scatter seed 37 Transpose 50 Abstract being Lor men on the production front who want the best THE MALLORY AVEHUE This distinguished new Mallory is an eye-catcher from its subtly designed crown to its smart hand- stitched bound edged brim. Thai's why executives who know the importance of looking successful are wearing The AVENUE Pliable and soft-as-chamois, this hat will really reflect your personality. . .. 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