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Bakersfield, California
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The Drillers fthd Sandabs will be ready for action and 1 will .got their suits when school opens September J4> If there Is time after the issuing of suits today, the Jayseo mentor wilt run his men through a short ex-. erclsp to. take the stiffness out of their new moleskins if nothing else, From, all indications, Jack Is going to have a great year despite the loss of many,fine men. Hackney, #Yankel, Jeffries, Hackett, John' and -Allan Spraguo, "\Vcbb, Robesk^ and,Maddux are just a few of the returning vets planning to make It tough on incotfiing candidates. And ;theso boys will make it tough if. the performances they turned in last year as frosh are any indication. Giant .Driller .It. is not .definite Just what contribution the high school teams will make. However, Trout looks "like tho money" as far aa tho novitiates are concerned. "\Vhon trundled onto the weighing machine, he was found to tip the scales at 240 pounds and, according to the Jaysee grapevine, can- nun the century in 11 flat. As a member of last year's Driller track squad he threw the football moro than f90 feet. Mauricio Seria to Fight Wednesday f ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^••^^^P Gunning for his third local.kayoo, Mauricio Scria of Manila will meet George Goodman of Los Angeles here in tho top tepot of tho professional fight program Wednesday night. The two 118-poundcrs head a card of five fights. Goodman says ho will wager his part of the purse ho will defeat the flashy Filipino. Lloyd Smith of the Main street gym will clash with Phil McQuilHan of Los Angeles In the semi-wlndup. Both .of these boys arc hard-hitting welters. . Young Baby, well-known rjclano boy. will fight Billy Moyer of Los Angeles. . . .«. Eddio, N.olan of .Delano and Dan SUllan of "Li A, : will tangle in a battle of middle-weights. Mike Gramaldo of L. A., known as a former cuccessful amateur, will make* deb'ut when ho opens tlie program with Tommy Sablano, recent importation from the Islands. ( » ' - ' • *Real Tests Loom w at Forest Hills (United Press Leased Wire} FOREST HILLS, N. Y.. Sept. 7. Two real tests and six potential setups were on the program today as tho combined men's and women's national tennis championships entered their fifth day. Pour fourth- round matches In the men's.division and four third-round wonvcn's matches were.scheduled. Robert Rigga, wost-coast star who is one of tho U. S. Lawn Tennis Association's younger hopes for future Davis cup wars, meets that remarkable veteran Johnny Van Ryn of Philadelphia. Bryan <3rant, the "mighty atom" from Atlanta, will try to justify his No. 2 seeding in a match with one of the youthful French stars, Pierre rellzssa. . Rlggs and Grant are favored to win their matches, the only ones of the day which could bo regarded as potentially close. No form reversal is expected In tho principal tilt of the day Fmsd Perry of England vs. Gene Mako of California. Perry is figured to win as ho pleases. Sidney "Wood of New York and Henry Culley of California play tho fourth match of tho men's division. Although Wood was carried to five sets before beating Gilbert Hall on Saturday, tho stylish, blonde New Yorker. Is a safe bet. Potentially closest of the women's matches is the one between Mrs. John Van Ityn of Philadelphia and Kay Stammers, English beauty. Helen Jacobs, moving slowly and probably^ surely toward n successful defense of her title, plays Virginia Johnson of Brookllne, Mass. Mrs. Mary Greef Harris of Kansas City meets Gusite Rftegener. Ban Francisco, with Carolm Babcock of California engaging Norma Taubelo of New York. r Extortion Plot Is Charged to Pair Transport Pilots Ernest Davta, Tom McCart and Mrs. McCart and Newshawk Ralph Krelser hopped over the Rldgo last week to see "Wings .Over Los Angeles/ 1 a nop-Hollywooden spectacle but a spectacle nevertheless. The air show this year ts reported the best ever held in tho south. Stunt piloting was conta- i Ab Jenkins Opens Trials Against Automobile Speed Marks LATK liOXXBVtlXH SALT FLATS, Utah, Sept. ?, (I). r.>— Ab .Jenkins, veteran Utah driver, smashed (he world's 200-niilo automobllo speed record,. today In his Ivory Colored Mimnou Meteor. Jcnlfln.H turned 200 mile* on a 10-mile oval on Utah's vast salt flats at 161.58 miles an hour as ho opened a 48 -hour duel with time In his Knub-nosed, strenrn-Hncd racer. gious and even a tri-motored transport plane was "stunted/ 1 according to the Bakersfield party. The local people saw a parachute juniper foul the shrouds of his parachute and drop to his death. Bakersfiold residents were also watching the conclusion of tho nlr show today. TAGS 80 DO\ 7 ES AND ARNOLD TAGS HIM Game Warden Les Arnold reports arresting \ 3 persons for having in their possession more than tho limit of doves. Of this number 12 of the men were from Los Angeles. One person had 80 birds. Only one person in possession of more than tho limit of doves was a Kern county resident, Arnold said. Game hogs sometimes find their shooting costly. Helps Casanova Sylvester O'Connor, 182-pound guard from Bakersfield, will bo assisting Leonard Casanova, yearling mentor at Santa Clara when the froslreolts assemble for football this month. O'Conuorwlll be a candidate for a line position on the Santa Clarn team. Baseball Folding Nocturnal softball. after attracting scores of thousands of fans to the evening diamonds here during the summer, is about to fold up, according to Herb Harris, official scorekeeper. This week will probably ace the finish of the sport. Aggregate attendance for night baseball here for any single summer week has been up in the (United Prrtt Leased T3OONEVILL13 SALT FLATS, -'-'Utah, Sopt 7.—Ab Jenkins, Utah speed king, began a 48-hour assault 'on world automobile speed records today iu his huge, streamlined racing car, Mormpn Metoor. Jenkins flashed across the starting lino at-6;04 a. ni. P. S. T. The weather was ftlear ami warm and otherwise ideal for Jenkins* speed test, in .which he hoped tot shatter virtually every existing' record up to 48 hours. Start of the speed dash came after ; several weeks' delay,. occasioned by '. rainstorms which kept the vast, natural speedway soggy with moisture.! Ho used tho sumo lO-mHo ovals i over which Captain George 13. T. j Eyston of England crackpd two score i world automobile records several' weeks ago. ; Although the track appeared to ho softer than when tho Englishman made his "dash, Jenkins was confident fee will bo able to regain for America virtually all of the marks Eyston recently set. Officials Attend A. A. A. officials, headed by A. C. Plllsbury ,ot Los Angeles, were on hand to clock Jenkins' speeds and certify any records which may full. The Utah ace was concentrating on shattering the 24-hour mark of 149,096 set by Eyston. Babe Stapp of Los Angeles, who has been listed with the nation's foremost competitive speed drivers for a decade or more, arrived at tho course early today to relieve Jenkins at the wheel of tho snub-nosed Marmon Arcteor when he ..requires relief. Stapp Itellef Driver Stapp's participation in tho dash represented a last-minute change of plan. Lou Meyer, Indianapolis champion, previously had been schod- j. ulcd to drive as Jenkins' relief man. Jenkins did not plan to shoot at Eyston's one-hour mark nor his records f 61* distances from 10 kilometers to 100 miles today. Ho expected to make a separate dash following completion of his current run in on of- for to better theso marks. , ^&^*™ There it goes! And Jimmy Ripple, inspirational outfielder of the New York Giants, who played such a big part in their drive of the National League, watches one of his distance clouts soar into the air. TBXAS FOOTBALL DALLAS, Texas, Sept. 7. (A, * The Centennial All-Stars, loaded with aerial trickery whispered to them by two masters at tho art, will try to-: f night to score college football's first t l victory over professionals—In this instance tho Chicago Hoars. Sprinkled with all-America and sectional stars, tho oolleglann will depend on passing wizardry and u weather break In tho southweat's first "dream game" at the Texas Centennial Exposition. L. A. POLO TILTS LOS ANGELAS, Sopt. 7. (U. P. The El Kanchlto polo team pounded out a 10 to 1 victory ovor tho Hn.i- gers nt Riviera flold yesterday to capture tho 12-goal Wharton trophy. Buster Wharton led tho scoring for Kl Kanclilto with filx goals. Tlu; only Hanger tally was mtido by Lio- nol Pedley. Jn a second game tho |lt\ loni quartet defeated tho Kreebootorn 11 to 6. Hpencor Tracy and Snowy Unkor scored four goals onch for tho winners. HOLIDAY PUZZLE HORIZONTAL 1,5 Holiday occurring Answer lo Previous Puxxlc j thousands. It has not been uncommon for a crowd of from 25uO to 3000 persona or more to assemble nightly. Hector as Pup "How long has it been since "Hector was a pup?" The American Kennel Club, answering the question says the original Hector was a Boston Terrier registered In 1893 and that the dog was born in 1891. Hence it Is about 45 years since Hector was a pup. This Is given for the benefit of local historians in order that they may bo more explicit In their expletives. Beatty for Jones Homer Beatty, who played outstanding football at U. S . C. last year, and what is moro important, was a first-class student at Troy, will be one of the returning letter men for Mr. Jones' Trojans this year. Beatty is a halfback. TWI1S STANDS ST1M.- NAPOLEON, Ohio, Sept. 7, iU. P.) Time stood still for resident* of this town when the clock In the courthouse tower stopped. Bill Slater Wins Catalina Course {Associated Press Leased Wire) ALOX, Calif., Sept. 7.—Tho annual Catalina Island trophy race today woa the eleventh straight victory for Bill Slater. IS-ycar-old U. C. L. A. skipper, and tho 6-meter sloop Lanai. » Naiad, sailed by Dick Schaye.r of tho Screen Writers, placed second and Al Rogers' Synnove of Newport was third. j JACOBS HURTS THUMB FOREST HILLS N. Y., Sept. 7. (A. P.>—Practicing for her third third round match of the U. S. singles tennis championships against Mrs. Virginia Rico Johnson of BrookHne, Mass., Helen Jacobs of Berkeley/ Calif., four times champion, today fell and dislocated tho thumb pn her right hand. Tho injury necessitated postponement of tho match until tomorrow. PAUOLKD FOR SUMMER SALEM, Ore., Sept. 7. (U. P.>— Several prisoners In Oregon stale, penitentiary aro to receive paroles to go to work In utato forrsts. Prisoners arc paid tho prevailing wagro for their work. l 8 ft is in - of I he workers. 13 Olive shrub. 14 Ebb of water (pi.). 16 Made into fabric. 17 House canary. 18 Imbecile. 19 Age. 20 Southeast, 21 Hustles. 23 Musicnl note. 25 Cutting tool. 28 Shore. 31 Blemish. 32 Ancient. 33 Climbing plant. 34 Rocky shelf, 35 To secure, 36 To perish. 37 Notched. 39 Finished. 41 To plish. BRYAN 42 Provision manager. •18 Like. 49 Ocean. 52 Smell. 53 Ever. 55 Robin. 56 To moan. 57 To pry. 59 Workers 1 organized associations. 60 Less common name for workers 1 trade groups. VERTICAL 1 Behold. 2 Pertaining to Alps. 3 Honey gatherer. 4 Grain. 5 Repeals noisily. 6 Entrance. 7 To scream. 9 To be in debt 10 Neither. U Egg-sh;tped figures. 12 Note in scale 14 Greek letter. 15 To observe. 20 workers iirc the highest type. 21 Scolds. 22 Berated 24 Looks after. 26 Adult insect. 27 Weathercocks 29 Liquid pait of fat. 30 Totaled. 38 A resin. 40 AurtcuUite. H3 Labels, 44 To sin. Chop Down Leaders "With Disconcerting Attack in Big Leagues Hy 811) FROKK i^soolilwl I*I*M SrortR Writer WANT to know who's Rolug to " win tho National League pennant? Ask tho Boston Boos They won't bo it themselves, hut they're having a lot to say aa to! just which outfit will finish »t the! head oC tho parutlo. Only a couplo of weeks ago they blasted tho Cardinals out of tho top and lot tho (Hants In, Over tho week end they turned their attention to the paoo sotting Now Yorkers, rut thorn down in throe straight gnuum, anil mado the chunros for a subway world's series no bettor than a frO-oQ proposition ugnin. Their third In a row ovor mil Terry's Terriers yesterday \vnn produced lit tho "Frank MorriwoLU; manner. Itchlnd ;! to 0 gut UK Into tho ninth they proceeded to get two mon on base in a hurry. Then, Tommy Thompson, on Mod on TO pinch hit, i>tMo<j out n lu>m<M' to a»*count for a II to H decision off Hal: CiHblcr. Cards l,osn Two Kortunntoly for Iho (.Slant*, Iho , Cardlnaln didn't inko advantage, of' , Iho trimming am) lout both of their RtartM nftalnat tho revived Cincinnati KodM. leaving the Now YorUern with a thre^-gumo loud. Ma bo Herman'* homer lod tho attack for a 6 to 3 win in tho opener, and reaches Davis . pitched n nine hitler to take tin- cap, S lo 4. Kor tho Noeond .Ntratght dny, tho Cubs were uimhlo to (ft*I hy tho PI- rat OB. and, although outhitting tho. Mucks lit to H, dropped a 5-4 close one, Tho Phillies camo from ho- hand to take, tho PodRors ?•&. Indians Flop Tho onco-a year surge of Iho Cleveland India MM camo to an end as they dropped both oiuUs of a double-header to the AVhltc Sox, l.Vl and 63. and HUldded out of nocmul place. Tho runnov-up spot became a iwo-wny'affHlr with the Whlto Sox amj Dot roll Tltfor*. who \voro rained out with the MrownN. dondloclioi) for it. Tho chiuiRO m Hronm! poMtlim holdei-M didn't a f fool llir. Yankee*' tremendous Ira gun l^ud much, leaving it nt 17 gurnet!. IIH iho Mi.Mrnlv HluKfflnK Tied Sox lulled out a twin win, 14 u and 4-':, tho lirnt Uni" thla season any club 1ms downed the YnnkR in both ends of a double header. Wow IVrrell's pitching and hitting nnd .Mutiny KOXX'M thirty fourth homer brought In the opened and Lofty drovo.M' 4-hlt job \\IIK good enough In tho nightcap "Stinting Senator*" Tho * urging WaMhlnKton Semitors mm od into a tie fur fourth plai*e with the nrvohmd Indiana bv trouncing tho AthlMlos, who are rnliiR ihotr "apatheiicn" nichnamo. 1 nnd 7 tV Harl \Vhltohill limited tho Mnclnncn to H|.\ liHf In opener. HnnI Game May Be Here According to Leader of Local Team No Ball Games Are Slated Here Today i rf rout*. H*rr m n l.Wtn'h'r There will fon no softVmll games nt iho fairground* tonight hut diamonds will bo groomed for tho start of tho iMty fliinln tomorrow evening hrtworn Hlngor A. *'. and tho Shell Oil. Thcwo tonmn will maga n. two- ovit-of throo HnrloH. shnll rrpn>Hcni« j M»«M«U. Hi top of tho Opon Loop while the • \ .. w ' tnh '. r ; Hlnger* win tho Sonlor KCIIKUO and arc fronh from thrlr defeat of Tex- nrrt to taUo ovrr tho Industrial pen- nan! : Toi»u AKERSF1ELD Y. M. C. A. broke its way into the finals of the ! northern part of the state's aoftbalt. ! tourney this week end when u i trounced tho San Jose Water | Works 7 lo t and then shut out the Monterey Presidio & to 0. Both games wore held in San Jose be, foro capacity crowds. On Saturday might Irwin- Vandam'a crew upset iho strong Wntoi* Works srang. ! On both nights Lloyd Wattenbar* gor starred on tho mound pitching one hit ball. This mighty hurler did n ffrrat donl to win his own ball grnme tho second night of play when ho hit the homo run tn tho fifth innlntf which scored two mon ofJ* bason. In this game with the Unttod Stales Army ball club from the Presidio. McCoy R!SO socked when ho scored a circuit tho third May Piny Hero Noxt tlmo tho V plays, It may be presented In Bakersfield, according: to Vnntlam. There la a movement ui present to bring tho game before local fans an all of tho other game* for the club and industrial division of tho tournament have been held there. I.ocnl Stars Van took n. galaxy of him to Sun Jose and fa, boon naklng lo sr-o these boys in ! championship notion. .7lm Watten\ barge T . catcher, lot nothing: allp by j and Heffernan at first was a stand' out. Thoao boys wore only a few of those that helped the local club climb ; over tho top of some of the fastest teams In northern California and tho ; boy district homer clout in stars with here have . C* A* Ai ; M«OJ. «i> \ 3 S 3 3 3 2 3 Z 1 "1 n t i i i o 0 0 0 i o 11 1 t 1 2 I 0 0 0 \ \ \. 0 0 0 0 1 0 t> (1 0 0 MONTEREY ARMY AH. R. II, E Illltnn. If 100 Sorwx-d, Ib 1 Thompson, as 3 0 ; GttU*. r 3 1 ! Durham. ?h S \V l\ruurn.ef 2 Kinu- 2b I 1> lUucon, p S 0 0 0 Q 0 ti 0 0 Q 0 0 0 a A i 0 o 0 o 0 a fl 0 0 0 1*. o - 4 V C2 Q I I V M C STANDINGS All H II Corn rf SAN JOSE WATER An. n n. Afltlnvi. fcf 2 0 9 -I Ui \V IOAST l.KAdl I Won J • ~- PorlJimd 1.0*1 * i» « 4 t • 4 .30 I'et. 54S .041' £h M*iMua. \V»I«h . -.* Sonttlo Oakland (f 0 1 »' 1 0 1 L H I 1 I 1 0 i i 11 0 0 u 0 i' 1 0 1 0 MrtilnnU. r( \Vtnm. Ib ;; 3 4 \ 3 a 3 3 0 0 0 0 9 I 0 C 0 0 0 0 u 9 0 (I T p 1 ft a n a j n 0 0 Tit M Tot ft 21 1 I.OM San Saoramrnto 81! 7S 0."* K8 10,". 512 •»f>4 470 7 Yesterday's ICcsuM* Portlund. 101. Urn A!i«^lo». 4 Snn DicKii, 1 u-1. Sut-ranirnto. N» i (ttti<". 7.1. Situ I"rtincl«ot), r» i>aUlnn<l. S 1'J. .MiHfslun. ;i <iitnirs Today (All iloublrhoHiltM'Hi I,OH Ang^I^H »t I*ortlund SMrninu'iuo at San 1 H«»K<> (..mkliind til Mint fun Frnncl-nco at S. ^r ^ ^ Bartosh, Coghlan in Tennis Finals 30 6. 46 Wine vcsecl 47 Pealed. 50 Silkworm. 31 Stir. 53 Roof point covering. 54 Snaky flsh. 55 Bushel. 58 Postscript. League Leaders AMKHU'AN Hatting- A v prill, Indian*, Appilng, Whlto Sox. .KBS. Huns-- CJchrlg, YHMU^PH, 141*. i ' • Diamond Dust f f.lssoctatcti Trws Leased Wire) Tommy Thompson, Hecfi—HU, fourth Inning: pinch homor with" two aboard downed Plants, 3-2. h AVcs Korrell and Lefty Grove. Red Sox—Their pUdilng beat Yanks in both ends of doubleheader. " Uabc Hcrnmn and Ival Good* man, Reda—Conner's homer and three other hit* led way to doubleheader win over (jfetrdlnata; Goodman hit homo in plghicap. P.ims l)attod 131: roxx. UfMl Illtu — Avr-rlll. . Tigcru, (;»-h in TropUy, India nn Sox. PJS. .H. '.'0<> C.r>h NATIONAL I,K,\(il K Won I ami Nr\v York 79 &» St. UoulM ?t« &,". < 'himgo 70 r»7 PltlMnjrgh 70 63 fill 70 76 80 Pot. .603 .580 571 U w. -1 Triples— I »l Mr Avprlll, Indians, lit. Homo runs - CJr-hrifi Foxx. I ted Sox. ;>7. Stolen bnnpft I*nry rowrll. Ynnk^rs. r'.' iMtohiiiK llatJIoy. Pf arson. Yankee*. 1 7- IS Vn nUrcn. mnl Vankocw 1 fl NATIONAL Ratting Mf'thvii'lt, Cardinnlp P. WHIHT.*. .360. Huns- .1. Martin, t'artltnalw Ott. CJIuntH, 105. ttunn bnttpil in--Mrd«ick. t' alK, 127; Ott. (llHntk, 1 16 360 111 I Jem a roe, CubF, 1S7 UoublcH—Motlu iek llorman. Cubs, 4J» Trlplea ..... MeOwIrk, <- 'ardlnalF l/urOinaln. ;md Home run«-Ot(. f;tniiU<, 2S. H'-i ger, HOOJI, 23. KtoJoti briftew -J. •Martin. Omlln 21; S. Martin, Cur'Hnrtta, 17. uB-TlublK-ll. rJJantF, I 1 If, Plraiew, 1- I Boston Hrooklyn . , . Philadelphia Yesterday'** HOAUJM S; New York. L'. ClnHnnail. 6*8; Hi, l.ouls. PliinburRh. G; rtilcago. 4. Philadelphia. 7; Brooklyn (ttinion Today (All donlilrhoadcrnt Now York at Philadelphia Hrooklyn (it nonton. Ht t.ouln ut Pttubunch Chlrat'O at i.'lnclnnalt. EHH AN I.KAUtK \Von Lost N>\\ York Jx-trolt Clc-velnnd Wuffhlntfion St I/oui.-* Philadelphia Yesterday's Hoston. 14-1. New York, 5-" Waahlnfflon. 7-7: Philadelphia Chicago. 15-6; Cleveland. 1-3. Ht Lou In at DrtroH, rain (iiinics Today Philadelphia at New York Detroit at Chicago. Hi. Loulef ut Cleveland. Hoaton at Washington. 4fi« 4 la /'resa SANTA MuNICA, Sopt. 7.—Dr. Uorald Bartosh of Los Angeles and Hpriiio- Coghhin, IS yeur-old hometown star, nero finalists today in tin.- SHU In Monica invitational ten- nt.s i'luiinpioitfihtpfl. Hurinnh li^i'oate^ Hilly Doog, Santii Monica. n»ul Coghlun ollmtnateU J-'nink Sirwurt. I,*. (,'. L. A. tcum cap- ti.ln, to catn tho last round. May Uocff. Simla Monica, became a ^oinrn'M Htmltst by irouncinfc Jm-quo VlrjsrH of Boverly ItillB where Marjorlc 1 jjiuilrrbaok, Santa Ana fruiod lA>utso Murtln. \ngt v lo>i. Mlllj Uocg and Louis Wctherell, Santa A tin. lit nd*d in t he ttnal brack01 by edging out tho doublet* ooinMnatlou of Coghlan and Mori HnltHgh UK Hon l.ubln (vnd George Toley touU the Long Bouch-HoHy- \vo*nl tram of Carl Busch and Tom Chambom into camp. 88 71 * 1 70 n 71 4* a 48 4H W *T 63 ^w m^ C fl <i "•f o:t •T * • 6f *f r 07 *f ' h:t ^^ ^ h - " « SANTA BAKHAIU POLO SANTA BARBARA. i*allf., Sopt. 7. it:. P >—A quartet of Arizona polo- isis. !otl by Alex J. Bulloc % k. de- fcatod !he Santa Barbara Uresn*. 10 to 5, in a gurnc closing the Santa Barbara County PoJo Association summer season Ixcre, Hullook and S. Crltes tieU for acor- ing honors with three goals each, both playing on the Arizona team. 1 BUCK ROGERS, TWENTY-FIFTH CENTURY A, D. Pre** Leased Wire) LOS AXQELES, Sept. 7.—One man was held in jail and a second was sought today by police on charges of attempting 1 to extort $1200 from Of. "W. Michael Breadner, son of a former Canadian assistant minister of finance. Jay Gould, 35-year-old .salesman and political worker, not related to the wealthy New York, family, was placed under arrest after Deputy District Attorney Hugh Mclsaao said he called at Breadner'a Santa Monica home with Leslie Willybank, 32. and demanded money. 1 - ; NO SPANISH CONSUL IX5S AKQBLBS, Sept. 7. (A. -I*.)— Los Angeles, lacked a consular representative of Spafci today following 1 the resignation ' ot Jaime Del A mo a« vice consul because "personal po* Htlcal eymp^-Uiiea no longer enable ^^ - f >]l- * --• -^ ? * * lH^ r ^**^ L * *~l'l to 'f, • /r 0*4$ ///GSST-MY ' c&weffs/o/v THE WFf?A-#£D ffA YS Unseen Danger L F ' ^T f J T^ ^f ^f ^^^^^f ^f ^^f ^^f^ ^^f ^^f ^^T^^r ^f^ ^^r ^^f ^f^F ^f ^r ^F ^f f f ^H ^F X ^f^^f^A I WAS PUZZLED. w/m ABOYf /NTO S/&£ * • " u + S <"/ «MP ON^ CERES BESIDES ALL RIGHT i - \T MUST- BE THEV WHO ATTACKED THE SPACE FREIGHTER7 AND GOT OUR DIAMOND/ AND W£ SAW ONE OF A GREAT DISTORTED HULK OF A CREATURE- WHOEVER ARE -THEY MOST HAVE GOTTEN HERE IN A SPACE SHIP OF SOME SORT-NOW IF I CAN ONLY LOCATE IT IJy 1MIIL NOWLAX and LIEUTENANT DICK CALKINS ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•••••••••WWHM SV0DENL y A RAD/O U/AffMMG MY r*' - r > r- .v '. ff' -'*-*' -.1^. I. •' I- - . I . 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