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Second Feature Phil McQulllian of Los Angeles and Lloyd Smith of the Main street cauliflower factory, will appear In tho Beml-wlndup spot. They are slated to fight four frames. Each boy's weight is quoted at 140 pounds. Mcuillian has been pre aented hero before but Lloyd Is a stranger to tho local ring. Delano Boys on Card Delano's pride and joy of the resin -ranks, Young Baby, will meet Billy Moyer of LOH Angeles In the special event. Eddie Nolan, a fighter with long ring experience and a native of Delano will clash with Dan Stlllan of Los Angeles. , Other Bouts on Slato In the opener, Tommy Sablana of Manila will moot Mike Gramaldo. Like Happy Hayes, Mike recently turned pro and seems to be making a £O of his trade. Tho curtain raiser will be started ut 8:30 o'clock. Ladies will bo admitted free of charge with each ringside ticket sold. Man Wins Car and Title With Catch ( Associated /'rca* Leased Wire) SAN DIEGO. Sept, 8.— L. O. Wet- xel of Long Beach was happy today In possession of a new automobile and the uhtiinpionshlp of the San Diego ocean fishing derby. Wetsscl won the $800 sedan by land- Ing- a 37-pound, Ill-ounce yellowtail last Monday and in seven days' fish- Ing that followed, nearly &00 anglers were unable to beat it. M. R. Goreo of Enclnltas won a ?1&0 deep sea fishing outfit with a 28-pound, G-ounce yellowfln tuna and Fred Sherman of Chula Vista caught a 26-pound, lU-ouncc yellowtail to win a $1!00 outboard motor and mo* torboat. (Awociated Press Leaded Wire) NATIONAL Batting—P. "Waner, Pirates, .366; Medwlck, Cardinals. .363. Huns—J. Martin, Cardinals, ill; Ott, Giants, 107. Runs batted in—Medwlck, Cardinals. 127; Ott, Giants, 120. Hits—Medwlck, Cardinals, 200; Demareo, Cubs, 188. Doubles—Medwick, Cardinals, 65; rman, Cuba, 60. Triples—Medwlck, Cardinals; Ca- mllli, Phillies and Goodman, Hedfl. 13. Homo runs—Ott, Giants, 30; Berger, Bees. 23. Stolen bases—J. Martin. Cardinals, 21; "S. Martin, Cardinals, 17. Pitching—Hubbell, Giants, 22-6; Lucas, Pirates, 12-4, PEN IHIS EVE MONTH'S OUTSTANDING BOUTS .374; Gch- AMKKICAN Batting — Averill, Indians, Appling, White Sox, .371. Huns—Qehrlg. Yankees, 160; ringer, Tigers, 128. Runs batted in—Trosky. Indians. 132; Gehrig, Yankees and Foxx, Red Sox, 129. Hits—AveHll, Indians, 204; Gehringer. Tigers, 200. Doubles—Walker, Tigers, 60; Goh- rinffer, Tigers, 47. Triples—Averlil, Indians and Dl Magglo, Yankees, 15. Home ruris—Gehrig, Yankees, 43; Foxx, Red Sox, 37. Stolen bases—Lary, Browns, 30; Powell. Yankees, 22. Pitching—Hadley, Yankees. 12-4; Pearson, Yankees. 17-G. Barbara Window Wins Tennis Cup t inger's and Shell Men Start Play to Claim City Pennant TMNGER'S ATHLETES, the won•^der boys of the Senior League, will clash hero tonlghi al S o'clock with Shell Oil for tho softball championship of Bakersflcld. Afler fighllng their way up from tho senior loop, the Blngcr boy baseball blasters knocked over Texaco hi a flve-garae series and are now after the pennant of tho city-wide teams. Shell Oil is tho favorite to take the crucial series which will bo do- elded on a two out of three basis. However, the mighty Binger team has been pulling surprises all season and Is not expected to let down tonight. Probable Line-ups Tho probable Shell line-up will be made up of: Peavy, 2b; Millette, If; Purtel, SB; Mayer, cf; 13. White, o; Champlln, p Lonhart, 3b; II. "White, rf; Uoberts. 1b. Binger Players Starting for Binger A. C. will be the following probable line-up: Urner. Ib: Contralto, 2b: Can t Ion y, ««; Heard, cf; Carter, c; Long, p: Smith, rf; Cady, 3b; Harris, if. In a preliminary tilt, tho Peacock Dairy will tanglo with Tele- phono-Hopper at 7 p. m. Prehistoric Ruins LI Two Will Appear Locally on Thursday Night at the Arena PERRY AND ENGLISH KAY STAMMERS ARE MENACE OF AMERICA T^MEPING Tony Canzonort off •*•*• balance for 15 rounds with a raplerllko left hand, Lou Amborn, llorkimer. X. Y., buzzftaw, onded tho glorious reign of tho game Httlo Italian UH light weight chnm- plon TNcfore u capacity crowd In Madison Square Garden. Here's, the loft hand of the new ohanv pion. left, nt work In the tenth round. A HE FREEMAN, a big. rough Jew**- !sh boy from tho Bronx at 225 pounds, will meet NMck LuU of Venice in the main event here Thursday night. There will bo no time limit on the bout and it will be paid off on tho wlnner-tako-all ! basts. According to Buck Buch- either Colonel Ted Hopkins i or Dick Rutherford will act as rcf* croc, rlbod us a second main ev«nl, the runnoiMip match on tho program will feature Louie Millo.r and Stove Rtrollch. These two boys have become traditional rivals here and never fall to drmv a crowd. Lottie was dtoqunllflcd last week for pasting Steve with n heavy wooden stool in tho last fall. "Best In niiAtneM" Bobby Coleman of St. txiuls, Mo., will clash with Pat f Associated Prcatt Leaded Wire) PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 8.-—Barbara AVInslow, of Holiywood, Calif., who was born 16 years ngo in Philadelphia, paced the field Into the third round today of the nineteenth annual national girls' lawn tennis tournament. Behind her in her drive toward tho throno left undefended by an* other coast star, Patsy Honry, of Los Angeles, was a smashing victory in tho Rewind round over Judith Lachenbruch, of Pleasant- i n ? w villc. N. T. Found in Nevada • i She conquered Miss Lachenbruch. G-3, C-3, after drawing a bye in the first bracket. A field of 60. described by officials ns the largest ever to compete In the event, opened play yesterday at tho Cricket Club. Margaret Osbornc. Berkeley. Calif., seeded second, blanked two opponents, Sarah Lipplncott. Philadelphia, and Hathaway Ml n ton, Great Neck. L. L. to reach the third round, and Jane Ktanton. Los Angeles, seeded third, shut out Vtr- Prcss Lentcd Wire* BERKELEY.' Sept. S.-—Five anthropologists from the University of California have completed the excavation of- a prehistoric cave In Nevada and brought back the relics of civilization that are believed to huve existed there centruies ngo. Tho party dug for six weeks in the dt cave, which is some 30 lullcB from the famous Lovelock cave that was ulso excavated by the University of California 20 years I In addition to burials and a largo Quantity of mlsccllnnoons remains accumulated through tho centuries, 31 caches were discovered in perfect condition. These represented either the muterlal treasures or tho snored parnphenalia which had born carefully Htowed away by aborigines, probably centuries ago. The full value of the findings and , ginia Kifforly and yielded only two ! tho dates and periods from which they came will bo established later by tho anthropologists after they have hud time to examine them in detail in the university's laboratories. I preliminary. Buck suys these boys pounds. Funs who hnve seen them j hero Iteforo will remember thorn n« ! fast, tough light heavyweights. Pat i 1ms many admirers in the ringside ! section wherever ho wrestles and ] Hobby has a reputation for being a bud man. By STUART CAMERON UnltM Prui Bporu Editor •CK)REST HILLS, N. Y., Sept. 8.—America's two hopas to keep it« " men's and women's singles tennis titles at home—red-haired Donald Budgo and defending titleholder Helen Jacobs of California—sought berths in the quarter-final of the national tournament today at the West Side Tennis Club. Budge, top seeded entrant in the men's division, met Gene Smith, youthful star from Berkeley, while Miss Jacobs clashed with Mrs. Virginia Johnson of Brookline, Mass. Both were out to join their most serious title rivals—England's debonalre Pred Perry and left-handed Stammers—who moved easily Into the round of eight yesterday. Miss Jacobs, four times American champion and 1930 All-England titleholder, was to have played Miss Johnson yesterday. But she I checked in with a sprained hand (injured In practice Sunday, and the FLATS, | match was postponed until today. 1 n addition to Budge, the three other seeded stars in the lower half saw action today. John McDtarmid of Fort Worth, No. 7, met Yvon Peira of France, fourth on the foreign Hat; Frankle Parker. Xo. 4, of Spring T^ake. N. J., played Robert Harmon of Oakland, Gregory Mangin of Newark, ranked sixth, clashed Jenkins Sets Up New Auto Records (United Prett Ltoted Wire) BONKEVILLK SALT Utah. Sopt. 8.-—Ab Jenkins, Utah's ; premier Bpeed driver, toduy awaited j repairs on his "Mormon Meteor" be- ; fore resuming his record-breaking. ' two-day quest for racing titles after j establishing seven new official world j In the mnrka In 13 hours 20 minutes driving Lee Ramage Meets Rowsey in Battle • Unitrd Press Leased Wire) LOS ANUKLKS. Sept. S.—Leo of Sun TMi'KO continues hi.** n to reach heavyweight prominence iiffaln tonight whon ho cliiKhen with Frank HOWMO.V of Lon Angeles In the 10-round miiln event nt Olympic auditorium. on the Imsla of Sun V»lego reports thiit Uainage looked Impressive In hlN final workmiiM. ho wn« made a 10 to S favorite over UOWROV, an In and out Imttlrr. Supporters of thr local boxer pointful out. however. Unit Howsey hud more spend than any of Kjunaftf/H recent rivals nnd tho Sun Dlegnn would have difficulty find a target. the luteliiFTc of Pop Foster. time, Jenkins w«a forced to brl speedster to a halt on tho ono hundred nlnety*flfth lap of the 10-mile circular speedway. Mechanics haid tho trouble was in tho universal Joint. Ono mark which Jenkins established was for 12 hours' driving time, lie averaged 158,4 mllea an hour during the period, breaking tho for- death-defying grind formerly I held bj Tho on IB mild t<> hit harder now at any Hun* hoforr In hl« ring Ihnn young Frenchman who Is seeded No. -, behind Perry. Dorothy Sutton Bundy. daughter of the 1904 champion, who eliminated Mrs. Snrah Palfrey Fabyan In the first round, clashed with Edith Moore of Montclalr. N". J.. and was favored to qualify to meet the vrln- reoord net by Captain K. T. } ncr of the match between Helen TSyoton of Kngland at 151.04 miles , Pedersen of Stamford. Conn., seeded per hour over tho name course hero | No. 7. and .lean Burrltt of Toronto, several months ago. in tho quarter-final. In today's six of the seven world records i other matches, Alice Marble, San which Jenkins brought back to tho ; Franciscan who is seeded Xo. 3. United Stntcft during his dare-devil, i played Katharine YVinthrop of Boston and Gracyn Wheeler, Xo. 6. of Santa Monica. Calif., played Mrs. Dorothy Amlrus of Stamford. Conn. Miss Jacobs, If she wins, will play Oussie Raegener of San Francisco in the quarter-final, Miss Uaegencr advanced yesterday with a 7-5. 9-7 victory over Mrs. Mary i«. Harris of Knnsas City, seeded eighth. Carotin Babeock. fourth seeded from I -OH A n (?Hes. and Miss nen*. completed tho upper half quarter-final round. Miss Babeock won 6-4. fl-4, over Norma Taxibele of New York yesterday, while Mlsa Stammers halted Mrs. M. G. Van Hyn of Philadelphia, fifth seeded player, G-. 0-4. Men'n Matches In yestnrduy's men's matches tho upper half. Sidney B. Wood Now York, a finalist last year. were rooortls; I'OO tnlU'S— lf>S 5S miles an hour; old record. .h-nUhiH, ISl'.SO. 2. 47; old old roc oUl rec- 500 kilometers-Jenkins. record, Kyston. 153.90. miles Jenkins/ 159.03; 162.34. JiMikin?. 160.41 161. G2. ord. RyHlon. 1000 intlifH ord, Kynton Six hours driving 1 — 157.33; old rec ord. Kyuton. 161.73. 2000 kilometers— U7. IS; old record Ey«ton. ldl.0-1. Twelve hours' driving— 168.4 un official): old re.'ord. Kyitton. 151.94. games to Marjorie \Valdron. both of Philadelphia, to stay in the running, * * * lir • TT 1 1 Warning Heeded; Train Strikes Car Highway Signs to Be Under Scrutiny TV/IUTl It NO VT clu lining on the canvas and foul In chur lie- fanhlon, DIIVM Crowloy lish featherweight, watcho.s n**f. rree Arthur Donovan count him out *n the ninth round of his fight with Mlk<» IVIlolfic*. Hpldi*ry Now York BitxInK C'ommls»lonV champion. Belloi»r's victory in Madison Squnro CJardon. furthrr Btrrnirt hrned hln cliilm to worM recognition. STANDINGS roA.s '* TVt l»Ui\CTlCK I.OS ANCiKUSH. Sept. S, (A. P i l r o«>tbull will go on a two-a-day ! Hchedulo al Southern California and h 1*. r. I,. A. Thursday when the Trojans and Hruln* practice a week lipforo they nee-it to go to cIusMOA. AVith both tram* embarking early oti n tough lint of gnmes, Coaches Jones and Bill Spnuldlng to have doublo lally. at Icnnl for a In of whipped by Henry M. Culley of Santa l^nrbara. Culley . gained tho quarter-final and the right to play Pern- with a C-4. 7-5, 3-6, 6-3 trl- worUours i Pl'HLIC LINKS CHAMP Diamond Dust • Pre*s Lcatcd Wire) Carl Iliibell und Mel Oil, Giimts llubbcll won twelfth Ktrulghfc gunie and Iwrnty-ftpcond of season in bciitlug I'hllUcs In opener while Ott hit tAvo lionuTH, ono In each game. \Vallo Ifoyl and Paul \Vaner. mtos — Iloyt chocked Cards with flvo hits while Waiter drove out three doubles, triple and two singles In nine times at bat. v«u** P™ /.c««i ™«, CAL.DWEI..U Idaho. Sept. K.— After they narrowly escaped death when a railroad train hit their motor car aa they stopped to "look nnd listen" at n crossing-. Grant Ward and Floyd Southward decided there wasn't much truth in the old railroad warning Kign. ) fl'nltetl Press Leafed Wire) SACKAMICNTO, Sept. 8.— A Btato- wide ttnrvoy to determine whether highway filgns dotting California hlshways arc of legal slzo was or- dcrcd by state officialn following a court action bore in which their Thc men stopped their car on a! Guilty was questioned. MeasurvmentH Hubmltled by attorneys for the defendant In a negligent homlcldo cane resulting from a truffle accident proved the npeed /.one. marker wa^ 1-10 of an Inch under the requirements of tho wtato motor vehicle code. The court ruled that Inasmuch an the sign was not of legal size It could not be considered as evidence. siding to let u. train pass on llm trunk line oC tho railroad. Tho train unexpectedly turned off on tho Biding, striking the car. Hud they goiu> on, disregarding tho "stop" Mgn, they would have escaped unscathed, they said. V CAT/TECH PRACTICE I'ASADEXA, Sept. 8. (A. P.)— Yen erablc and pessimistic Fox Stanton called out his Caltech Engineers for their second clay of football practice today. Sixteen players donned suite. With the college not opening for another three weeks, the gridiron drills failed to bring out n. full squad but 13 lettermen were expected to report eventually. TO TKANSFKR INMATES LOS ANGELES. Sept. 8. (A. P.)—; represents 75 per cent of the amount Patton and Xorwalk slate hospitals I to be taken In kind, will transfer 1200 patients to tho j Hulldlnj? materials, vegetable oils, new mental Institution at Camarillo j tea. metals, textiles and electric mo- October 1. Harry Lutgrens, state dl- tors account for u largo part of the rector, announced today. order. SAN FUANCISCO. Sept. 8. (I 1 . I ivtt-r Brain well, San Muico today hold the wostorn puhlic |lnk« chumplonHhlp after ho nrorod a on tin* t'lrnt rxlni hoU» of a wiiy play-off to brciik a 7^ hole deadlock. He defeated II. .J. O'Brien Mateo, and 1 Albert AVulker, Beach. 15ach hud par fourn to in tho runner-tip poHltlon. All had bft;ii Hod at '102 Hltokt'M tho tournament ended. r.vnou HAY HACK SACUA.MKNTO. Kept. S. U'. I'.V A reeonl-hri'aklnK </allfr>nila fair crowd jvstiTdtiy HHW ( li'M-al i'ai-»^ track p»»r- tho l^ubor day hHiulii*4*i> i-ourso. Orllfy won u ami paid hU biiekern Portland Sun i San thron wju-n wrll knou u former, v In ovrr a in IK 1 $100 pur»f» $-i.40 to win Silve of Die* heat (Xnklantl MlHftloil A Harrainonto ) , . t it 2 (>o S '.) c - ' ' ••••••(•I. (flJ |n«l ^-{ elBCo 7S (n (!*< "™ « h • * - &4 • b»»" \* • X" 71! 7S 79 9 » K:I s;. PO V 107 5 r 494 li"» do >Ht ON THIS MAT v'NSAU'KKN. N. J —Kven'lt MarHhiill lof«*fit.-d (;oorgo 1' . two RifHlKht falls. Sept. R 21. Colo 194 Bryan (Bltny) Grant, of Atlanta, seeded Xo. U. advanced with a 6-0. 0-','. 9-7 triumph nnd will meet .Johnny Van Hyn of Philadelphia, who advanced with a 6-2. 6-3, 3-6. 6-3 victory over Robert RU?K» o' Los AnKt'lo"* podded N"o. 5 In the «-|iinrter*flnal. ** tciok Snn I thn bi^ReM pri<-« K H(»ron»l In t)io of tin- 1' :!'U pace l»> pay nnd JM.OO to holders of $2 place nml nhow tlckotn respectively. . 1-0 3-4 Ho Port la ml. fl San Pinto, EUROPEAN LEADER i ^r Soviet From Japan (United Press Leased Wire) MOSCOW. Sept. 8.—Under tho terms of HH agreement with Japan for sale of the Slno-Eastern railroad, ja largo part of tho purchase price to . be paid in goods, tho Soviet government has placed in Japan orders for products worth 70,000,000 yen. This FINEST SERUICE in U.S.R GIANTS SINK CUB HOPES HORIZONTAL I Austrian leader. 13 Sweet sccic- tlon. 1 4 Tree. 15 Pertaining to air. 16 Small and feebler 17 Part of a spar. 19 To lay a slrccl 21 Ancient. 22 Kettle. 23Talter. 25 Beverage. 26 Slave. 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