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V- 12 » THE BAKBK8PIBLD CAUFORMAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1936 Only Yankees Need # # * * * Football Schedules for Local Teams Are Published Here PIPEFULJSHHBSl MIGHTY MITE WITH A MACE Four Clubs Hot lie With Hnmier-np Po.silion n.s Ihc Prize Hy LK8UK AVEUV iljnllril I'mt /,rii«ff II Irrl I N KW YORK Hept, 8.--The Now , York Yankees tiecil to win only • one games to rlltioh the American I,iiHK'io pennant, but (hero IH Hi grand dng-flght. for second placo j Involving Hio Detroit Tigers. Chicago While Kov Clovoliind Itidlann ' and Washington Heniitnrs. Aside from fli'Ht place, berths In the flint division of the Atnorlcini l/oagtio, nru iinybody's prlwn, wllh Hie Tlgot-H nnd AVhllo tfox tied for. tini.-ond plnoi'. tind Iho. liiillimn nnd. NewilorH Hod for fourth, only 11 Itiilf In Hio Nnll'iiinl T,PIIKIIO Iho (llnnln ;in- not Hint'.' »••' wull off at* Hi r ' VnnkonH, nnil n "Hiibwuy Horloti" Hllll In not n cerlnlnlv. but n flve.-KimiP lend with only " I to piny IH n mnr Kin Hint neither Iho HI l.ouln Ciir- lUnalM nor tint Chicago Culm inn l.itlKh off. ; No gmiiPK woro m-noduled todnv. Tho (HniitH gullied two full RIHIP-H , :IH I hoy howled over Iho I'lilliulftlphlti 1'lillllrn twlci- ycMlerdny. li I" 2 niul II to II, whllo t lie CardH and Culm both droiipod iloublo hf<ndorn. Curl Ililbboll rhalliod up hill twelfth MrnlKlit ""(I t wonty-fiooond HOIIWOII victory to win the oponor, whllo Iho nlKhicfiri WIIH n HliiKKhiK mntoh with both tildow ui'lnjj Ihroo hurlers. i The Pittsburgh Pirates knocked ' i he Cardinals off twice. Wnltn llnyt bpMted Dl'/.'/.y Dean, 4 to I, in the I'pe.iior. Mace Drown handcuffed iho gtiHhoimo gang, M to 1, In tho tecond. Tho Cubs were nulled by the Clnolnnntl Hndn, ti to 2 and 8 lo 4. Urooklyn and lloHlon split, the DotlKerH taking tho opener. 2 to I. Ihn Heon tho second, 4 to I. Yanks Tiikc Two In the American, tho Ynrik*cn took two from thn I'lilladelpbtii Ath- Ictlc.i, 4 to :i. and H lo H, whllo I'hl- OIIKO and I>etmlt uplll Iti the bat Ho for nccoml place, tho Whlto HOK turning bacli to win the nlKhtcnp, K to 7, tho wiirnn inarKtn by wlilolt they had dropped tho curtain minor. Hid for fourth CloVBlnnd kept lt« hid for fourth placft alive by dividing with tho HI I.OU!H Urownw. The Indlfinfi' 17 year-old pitching .HPiisntlon, Uoh l p ellor, Mtruck out 10 Itrownlen and nllowod but 7 bits to win thn HOP ond ifamn, 7 lo 1, after tho IndlitnH I'nur orrors In thn flrKl bnd ullowod Ht. l,oul« to Irlnniph, tl In -I. WaMhliiKlnn'n Monntorw kept on tin oven luinlii with the IndliiiiH by do lenllliK the floBton Itorl Sin, II to I. then fnllliiK 0 I" 6 In the. eoi-oml S«ASO/V G&fABUSHED A JIM DAY Foreign Pilots Plan to Enter U. S. Races Set on October 12 at Roosevelt Eight Games Are Left in Schedule Hill KOOTIIAI-t, OKFICIAL HAN KHANl'IKl'D, Si-pt. B (U. I 1 .) Knhorl "llcinon" I liinilllon, one of Stailford'H fuiiiniii' "vowlnK Botiho- moron" mill lii'c linlfl'lirk mntn to Hobby (Irnynon on thrfo Htnnford footbiill toniiiH, will npponr on the onnnt'H Brld floltln HilM your In thn i olo of oflli'lnl, II WDH loiirnoil Imlnv t'oininlsHlonor llorh Dnna uwilKiioil I lanilltmi tn nnvernl (rniiioH ilurlttn Hut IICIO MOIIMUM. HIM rirnl job will ho tho CnlloKo of (ho I'tiolflo Hi. It.v IIICNHY Mrl.KMOHK I'lihul I'rwi'i huff l i>rrr.t,i.'iiirl, ni COUTH flODSTONI'), Surrey, KMK i H">. «-nn u Hi /•^ Intnl. Hopt. 8. Wln-ii Hio Hint-tot- '''""lull t" win of HIM -tliO-mllo ruo.o lit IlooHovoll j Fluid (k'tobor 12 dropH hlii fliiK niul i Tuiilo Nuvoliirl of Ituly K!VOH Iho: Kim Id bin u«w Km'"' prlx Alpha llomoo. /Vinorlonn rnoliiK runliimitrn j , will HOD HID "hollijiH" thhiK mi 'four wheels drlvnn l>y Urn "ImitoHt" | i driver of Ilioin all, I 1 Such In llm opinion i>T Mnjor A 'I' (I. «lnl<ll<<) Ctirilni-r fnmoil Hrll 1 lull moor who IIIIH inol tho IKtlo llnl i Inn In u Mourn nf niri'H, titnl \vlni will i k, ami IH I a. ft hlnn," liitrdnor moot him nitnlii n! lli» opening "f tho Now Vnrk ti|i Iwnj Major- lInriliior, olom> frlotul of Sir Miilonlin ! i'iiniplioll, nnd who iicooinpiinloil Iho npooil Ulun on bin lii'il I wo trlpM t<> Mn.|<»r 'innlnor will ho 0110 of ! hi* Ihroo nr four Hrlllnli ililvorw who will i-mnpoto Monldi-H hlniHolf thero will lio l,m-i| llmvo iiml I'M I Kulrflnlil In K It. A. oiirM, mi tiumod Itoouum* I hoy woro iloHlfflioil l>v tint Kn«l!nh ItnohiK An«ooliitlon. Ami lho.ru IM n lilii'hi! ohni\oo Hint Illi'll Hdiuiuin, who nt proNont loiulii all MrltlMh drlv- i'1'M In points \\oii IhlH your, will taint ovor hi" I'oliiKo. with which ho won tho roroot L'Oli-nitlc ronil flxlnro nt I lonliiKlun >)UN| Slow Car! Thn miijiti 'n MuHorull IN not In Hie PROFESSIONAL BOXING Bakersfield Stadium Nlneteonth and V Stroeti 8)30 o'clock p. in. Wednesday. Sept. 9 Mnlii r vtnl— T*n Ufllinrii — I IR I'tiund Mauricio Serla vs. MinlU Tilt Flnll<> I lll|ili<o wlm llti twn K. In III. I.mill Lurill) George E. Goodman 01 lit* Anuvlfl HI. roiiuiu Will Wnorr ElllAlllllll. Illi I'une llnlln mil lln lu Ittnt Tl,l. Hio I'liltoil KtntoH. HnllH thin oil Iho Queen Mttry In preiuiri. Iho rnco Ami with htm will now ffrocn Mnorll In- will drive. "An tho entry lint now Hhnpen up, Hio mnjor nnlil IIH wo tnllioil In Hio trophy room of |||H homo iloop In tin' HUITOV coiintryMlilo, "thoro onn In- lint ono liivmlto Nuvoliirl. Tln-ro Ixn't n fiinlor racing our In tin worlil Hum Hint now Alplui ul' lil» All nut, ll'w H"ii<1 for '.'.»» mllcn nn liotir A tut IIO'M Junl nn K""<l nn hlM our. MO'H Itiul tromonilitnii export onoo on thi' road and onco under \\iiy lie IM utterly without convern for hluiHoir nr htfi cnr. "Von. I tltllili your pooplo will Kot 'mi oyotnl whi'ii Tiinlii li-uliiH unwind Ini; (lint ,\l|ilui " Major tlnriluor expoolH Nuvnlnrl'w i III, I o|>|ii,r>!l!un will omiio I'i'oni a biinhy-hulled Kn-nchmnn, .limn Wlm llliv liiiti'ft io|mrlM hnvo It tltiil \\lmllli. n driver with n Hiring or \!I|,II|OM nn Innu nit .\-our arm. will ha\o u tl.\ lit Iho J'Jil.liUH worth of llrnl inl/.o In n lluunlll luillt HJIO- clnll.v lor llilM nu-r "Only HIO" "Tin- Iliiitnlll won't iiuivo iiullc ltd i|iil,-UI\ IIH llo- Alplm, but U will ilo :'ini nillo rhiHM. N'ollhor IM nny of tho otlmr Urltlnh riirH. Tholr spood runu I.M hetw ..... ii Mil nnil Kill. llul, fi,| Imvllii; n utmly nf KnoNovoll tnirU with lln four nillo Inp. Mujor (Inril wooli : nor IH Inclluoil tn boll for ! I on in will iln i|nllo nl be Iho ! "U'o won't bo nblo Alphn nr iho HUK»H| •vo Hie llrlllHh right. tn match Hi" In acceleration I .\tsorlateil I'rcti l.fttitd Wire) With olKlit Rumen to go tho Paplfli: l.'oiiHl I.OIIKUO rnoo HOomod lo- day l» hnvo finally Jelled with J'ort- land, Knn Dingo. .Seattle nnd Oalfland xol to piny In tho post-Deanon Merlon j In dolennliin tho ohnmplon. j HkyrockethiK Hun DIoKo Jumped i Into a flrut pluon Ho wllh I'orllnml | nml ttpponreil to hnvo Hut cdijn In ithn biiltlit fur tho $2500 which will K>i lo Hio Innm flnlHhlnK first at the j Ollll Of IhlH WOl'k'H HOHOH, i The I'lulroH drubboil Hacriimonlo In n ilmiblo bill, n-l, :i-(». yesterday whllo Ibo llonvoi-M woro HplllthiK with l.os ! AliKHoH 1-1, 7-1. i Tin. Koaltlo IndlatiH, who meot j Portland this week, we're still con] tciulurs for first, tM'idlng thn nlnn- iKiimit HprloH wllh Hun Krunc'lHOo HoaN ! ypMtordiiy by InlilnK fl-il. Ii I victories I to winy only two KIIIIIOH behind tin. 1 i londerH. 1 II was (inUlnnd that put tho I clincher on HID rnco for llm first i four plnrpn when they edKod out tho I fifth plnco SUM li'rnnclMCo MlMHlonH In : l)vo well playod KIHIIOS, 2-1, -l-.l, Tho jdel'nalH iloflnllely knocked tho Huda out of Iho first dlvlHJon. Pros and Collegians to 'Continue Trials of Superiority Hy OKOROB KtRKgKT (UnUtd Pram Lfn«eitV(re) TVPETW YORK, 8opt. 7.—The foot•^ ball controversy which ban boon raging threo years In the midwest between the collegians and the professionals moves oasl tonight to the Polo Grounds where the All-Stars, tho pick of last year's gruduute lieroos, meet tho New York Giants, eastern pro champions, bcforo nn expected crowd of 40,000 persons. Tho collegians, with four weeks of hard training behind l.hoin and a 7-7 Ho wllh tho Detroit Worm ,pro- fpHSlonal champions, achieved six days ago In Chicago, worn 8-to-5 betting favorites. It In tho first times In tho college-pro series that the All-Stars have gone Into tho game favored. Having been favored In tho three previous games In Chicago and won only onu of thorn, tho professionals like tho rolo of under dog. Coach Steve Owen, rough and ready coach of the Cllants, knows his team Is up igalnnt one of tho toughest assign- sills it over has faced. Tho aiimis' passing combination, Kd Uanowskl nnd Dale .]3urneU, Is one of tho most expert In professional football. Dnnowskl, former Kordhnm ace, completed almost 50 per cent of his passes last year. No other team In tho pro league protects Its passer as successfully as tho Giants do. Hank on Milliter But tho All-Stars are banking heavily on Waynn Mlllner, Notre l/amo, and Keith Topping, Stanford, to break up the Giants' heralded passing attack before It irets under way. It Is a matter of record that tho Lions completed only one pass agiilnst tho All-Stars In Chicago, and that one deep In their own territory for u yards. llerwangor Tops Tho All-Htars carry tho heaviest offensive guns on tho ground—Jay HerwaiiRor, Chicago, rated as tho greatest all-around player on tho squad; Tuffy Ijoemans, undnr-rated I George Washington player who 1 proved the most plunlvo runner In thn Chlc.ngo game; Bill Shakespeare, trlplo threat stnr from Notre Dame: Khelilnn Holso, Minnesota's powerful fullback; Dick Crayno, hard runner from Iowa: Joe Munlacl, Ford ham's hard hitting halfbaek. Pro Gridders Are Beaten in Texas T'LUDING royal coachmen, gray hackles, gnats, professors, Jock Scots, salmon eggs, spinners and dynamite all summer, old "Moby Dick," famous Kern river trout was captured, temporarily this weok by a guddler. If you don't know what a gud- dlor Is look tho word up In a dictionary—I had too. Whlnsy Buttons, Bakcrsflold girl on a camping trip up Kern river captured old Moby and then turned him loose. Ho left with a flirt of his talo and who wouldn't with 11 girl like Whinsy? For years Moby Dick has co- oporuted with the Kernvllle Chamber of Commerce In attracting thousands of fishermen to the upper reaches of the Korn river. This year, his massive body, streamlined like a German U boat, excited more than one fisherman on upper Kern as he swam hi the river. But It won't be long now before old Moby goes into retirement for the win- tor. Mornings - are becoming crlsper In the mountain regions. There is fall In the air and the doer hunters are working the lovers and bolts of their deer rifles with that far-away look in their eyes. Hardy fishermen are still plowing tho river nnd dropping files on Its swirling currents, but tho fishing seasort Is past its peak for 1936. FIIIES— or nn Iho HI i iil(ihtii\viiy nny morn 1 (lino tint Ainorli'Mli I'III-H, liul wo will hnvo ii dlHllm't nrtviintiiKo In 'corner- Im;' nn,| H will bo In tho lionilH nnil liiUlii).; iiilviinliiKii of I ho cilrvn Hint wo will hnvo In try nnd mnUci up whnl wo IIIHO mi tho Nlriil)}ht. Ciirs Compnroil ! "Too. our chnncoM of bronklnm down wuii'l ln> nonrly no great, he- 1 onuHi- iho Mlruln on a mimll, lltsht j cur In not IIH terrific: mi It. on u honvy onr IrnvollitK (it hotlor thiitl llhioo mlloN u mlniilo. And wo fthnuld hnvn mi OI!KO mi I Iron. I'nrH pui-h as lln- Alphn nml HiiKHtll probably will hnvo in Mtiip (wo or throe HIIIOH for now rulihor Our cni'H Hluiul n m>o-l clinnco nf KohiK Ihn ontlro dlHtuncu . nn tho Hnmo tiros." ' AH u nort nf tunoiip for tho Ami*rl- !o»n rnoo tint mnjor wont to ItronU- Itiiids Iriioli IIIMI wooli nnd, driving jthi' Hinnn our with whloh hit won Iho i l.uclio K|ID; trnphy In AliKUHt OH! InhllMlloil u now 1100 it. (t. onlor circuit Inp record of I1M.40 inlloM por linur. .NUIHT STOl'H TKNNIH | SANTA MUN'ICA. Sept. ». (A. I'.) j I'lillod on account of durknimn, tho lilllorly contoHlod mil ten for Iho inon'H Million lltlo of Hut olj<hth animal Santa Monica city Invllnlliuial tennis tourimmont will bo continued next Hundny, officials announced today. RING ECHOES ' J'rrflrt ItCtiKCd Wtrfl) IIAI.TIMOUK. — Kod Iliirmnn. nil'.j, Italtlimire. limu'lied out Illlly Nli'hy, 1HI, I'ltlHlnirgh (2). U)UISV1M.K, Uy. — Jimmy Vaughn, IHn, t'lovelnml, luitpnlnted 1'ote l.oon, KM, llarberttui, Ohio (10). \VIIKKIJNC. \V. Vn.—Vio \Yle- hotlN, KIH, Pittsburgh, luiticliod out At linker, 175. Uelrnlt CD. DAI,1.AH. Texns, Sept. R. -The ] college football rtinks boasted loudly today of their firm victory over a profpsslonal eleven—a 7-to-fl whip- plug blinded tho Chicago Hoarn hero lust night by the Centennial All- Hlnrs before Zfi.OOO fans. HerVios of 1035 from tho south nnd southwest featured the mld-naason thriller played In BO-degree bent at the Texas Centennial Exposition's Cotton Bowl. Hut It took a blocked goal kick off tho toe of Jack Mnndoi-H, who had missed only threo .of his last 150 attempts, to gain the triumph. Tho All-Stars scored first, In tho third quarter. Jim l>o Dowel!, University of Arkansas, Intercepted a dangerous flat zone pass Gene Tton- y.nnl, Bruin halfback, tossed on his own 2ti-ynrd stripe, and headed goal- ward, rionv.anl caught him a foot from the gonl. Abe Mlokal, Louisiana State, bounced across on the Initial try. Tallinn Miinton, Texas Christian fullback, planted his try for point siiuurely between tho posts. Tho Wears look but throe minutes to score. A punt exchange left the Collegians on their 12-yard lino, (loorge Musso. Hear tackle, charged In to Mock Mlckitl's attempted punt and recover on the two-yard stripe. 1-ironkl N'agurHkl, king of professional banks, whirled across. But Bob VloynolilH. giant Stanford tackle, blocked Alanders' try for point. (JIANTH HUY IMjAYKK NFAV YORK, Sopt. 8. (A. P.)—Tho Now York (Hunts today announced tho purchase of shortstop George Huhiiroln of tho Nashville club of tho Houthorn AsHociatlon, FRKIGHT VOLUME ON RISE TOLEDO, Sept. 8. (U. P.>—Freight tonnage In Toledo, considered a measure of general business and Industrial activity, has been running 40 per cent ahead of a similar period last year. Dollar volume of business has been about 2B per cant above last year, oa soon In bank debits. CANCEL FIGHT SYDNEY, Australia, Sept. 8. (A. V.)—Tho light heavyweight bout between Maxle Rosonbloom, former world champion, and tho Australian, Palmer, was canceled today because the promoter reportedly failed to provide for Palmer's guarantee. Rosenbloom said ho would sail for the United States September 10. Driller Slate Is Not in Final Form as Some , Dates Open F ACED With a gruelling schedule of football games, Coacli. Jack Frost will swing his'men into the grid season this afternoon at Griffith Field. The Renegades will go Into action September 25 when they meet Long Beach Jaysee at Long Beach. On the heels of that game, they will engage Santa Barbara Frosh here and then the U. C. L. A. Froah at Westwood. . • The Driller slate, made up by Ernest Dalbom, Is still Incomplete on some dates, but so far appears to Indicate plenty of action for tlie Blue Blaze, The first date, October 3, Is still open, but Monrovia High may play the local team on that date here. As yet, the only out-of-town games scheduled are with Stockton and Phoenix. Renegade Schedule Following is the Renegade schedule: September 25—Long Beach Jaysee tit Long Benrli, October 2—Santa Barbara Frosh at „ Bakersfield. October 10—U. C. L. A. Frosh at U. C. L. 'A. October 16—Santa Maria Jaysee at Baliersfield. October 23—Los Angeles Jaysee at Bnkersfleld. October 30—Visalia Jaysee at Bah- * \ ersflold. November 7—Portervllle Jaysee lit I'ortervllle. November 14—Open. November 21—Reedley Jaysee at Bakersfield. November 28—Taft Jaysee at Taft. Driller Games Drillers will play their 1938 gamcs^ In this order: October 3—Open. October 10—Compton High at Bak- ersflold. October 17—Santa Maria High at Bakcrsfleld. October 23 — Stockton High at Stockton. October 30—Phoenix High af Phoenix. November 11—Covina High at Bakersfield. November 21—Taft High at Bak- ersfleld. In case the Drillers fall to sign a game for the October 3 date, there is a possibility they may tangle with, either Portervllle or Hanford October 26. • • -.' The Sandabs ' The Sandabs as yet have no prp- gram. Coach Oeorgo Williamson promises Just as busy a slate as the fast little men usually have, however. He does not know what material he has coming Into his fold, but will know soon after the first day of school, September 14. In the first practice session of tho ' fall season. Coach Frost plans to run his men through a series of limbering-up exercises and to tell. them What lies ahead. GUNNERS ENJOY WATER SPORTS Sontothing new in water sports that WBH not demonstrated at the Olympic games, is shown here as it was Introduced at Wicn, Germany. A machine gun detachment, taking part in public maneuvers, literally waded in to show what they could do. Sarol-Wlnlliili- linn Ituunil.—110 I'ounill Lloyd Smllh vs. Phil McQullllan Mnlii Stifrt li HIK'K l{()(;iOUS, TWISNTY-Fll-'TU CKNTUUY A. D. In Giant's (irasp Uy I'HIL NOWLAN and JLIEUTENANT DICK CALKINS peclftt Event—I our Ilituml.—r:i, ri>voui« Youni Baby vi, Billy Moyor four noundi—ISO I'ounil. Dan Sllllan vi, Eddie Nolan Lot Anoelll D.lonn Four Round.—118 Pound. Tommy Sablana vi, Mike Qromaldo Minllt Admllllon: (Itlliry, 79c: Dllcoity, nlno.ldi, JI.6U. T»» txninpl. On« Liilv milled rr«« Wllh Ktoh ninaililt Tlckil Purolitiitl. I'lutdlliinil Boning Houti Ait Bpon.orid by Amcrltmi Lealgii Pott No. ?6 Tlck«l. on K»l« it Him (lulililtln'i l)«ik. Soulhfrn Mold. I'lmn. u:i(IJ. jimmy Uuwin'i • ltd litrrttl t DUokcr. I FIRED - WITH MY PARAL YS/S GC//V- A/VO w/ru STRANGE RESULTS, THE WARN//VG CAMS'MOA/& TOO SOO/V. WHAT • PROM OOP PATROL SMP. THERE WERE OREAT OAYSi- IT RIPPED / RIBS ARE CRACKIN6 Iselin Is Holder of Star Boat Cup (Aftnctnteii I'rein Leased Wire) ROCHESTER, N. Y., Sept. S.~ With flag bedecked mug symbolizing a world championship safely In the possession of her owner, Adrlen Iselin III, the International star boat ace headed back to homo waters of western Long Island sound today. - Though Iselin and the Ace failed to win one of tho five'races sailed In Lake Ontario off the port of Rochester, a consistent performance . against the pick of the world's finest star' class sailors piled up enough points to win the championship handily. Tho win brought thn championship back to the east coast for the first time In four years. The concluding race of the series sailed, yesterday was won by Phar Lap, skippered by Doctor and Mrs. Nells Martin of Santa Barbara, Calif. But tho championship hinged on the points scored by the AGO and the defending champion. Hook Beardaley'a By-C, of Ndwport Harbor, Calif. When Ace finished second By-C was able to tako only sixth In the field of 35 starters, the title was decided. Tn Individual wins during tho so-* rles, the west coast bettered tho performances of onst const skippers, California boats*taking threo of tho flvo races. , CIIAMPAGNI! STAKKS DONCASTI3H, England, Sept. 8. (A. P.)—Marshall Field's gray colt, Foray, today won the champagne stakes with Sir Victor Bassoon's Filly, Carlssn, sebond, and 13. Esmond's Phakos third. Foray, held at 7 to 4 In the betting, won by two lengths over the six-furlong course. 4 , » FINE PITCHING SHAFTER. Sept. 8. ~ Hansen'a Shatter Cleaners trounced the De-~ lano Filipino ball nine 6 to 1 here last night. Ralph Smith hurled two- hit bull tn defeating the Invaders. Josh Mears of Bakersfield pitched, for the losers. „ Lul Angilti CAUCUSES Don't experiment ITbU U th« w«y to intUnt rtlltf from p«ln and quick, i«fe, «My rtmovil of y*w cdlouM*. Sold cverywbut. Zino-pads

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