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I $aber0fielb Calif or nian SEALS SHUTOUT Friday, September 29, 1944 JNGELS f SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 29. <UR> Scoring 1 their second consecutive shutout last night the San Francisco Seals took a 2 to 0 lead over the pennant-winning Los Angeles Angels in 1'inals of the Pacific Coast League Governor's Cup playo'Ts,, winning 5-0 behind the seven-hit pitching of Tom Seats. It was Seat's twenty-seventh victory of the year and followed a 4-0 shutout hurled by Bob Joyce, Wednesday night, against the Angels. Tlie Seals, who barely made the playoffs with a third place tie in the regular season, will meet the Angels Were again tonight. Tlie teams move to Los Angeles for a Sunday doubleheader, the first game of which might conceivably decide the 11)44 Pacific Coast League champions. Sun Francisco battered I lay Prim Of the Angels in the first, frame when they scored two runs with two down. "Willie Know doubled to right find Ous Suhr, Ben Guintini and Del Young followed with singles. In the seventh Enos lifted a -iL'o-foot triple t* centerfiold to score Frencby Uhalt, who had received a free trip to first. Singles by Ouintini and Uhalt, fol- wed by a walk and an error by .Mm accounted for two runs in the eighth. FINK I) Howard V. Flud, Rosedalo. was found guilty yesterday in Judge O. K. Parish's Fifteenth Township Court on charges of furnishing liquor to a minor, lie was fined $50 and sentenced to 00 days in jail, the jail sentence being suspended for two years. Flud was arrested in Pumpkin Center by Deputy .Sheriff AV. B. Fote and Liquor Control Officer L. W. Huhbard. HOW THEY STAND PACIFIC COAST TcaitiH — Snn Kraii'-isco Angeles I, K At; IE Won L,nat ^ 0 0 Los Angeles at San Francisco. ,OOU 'AN MCAOI ; U T-HIII— Won J.n Dftroit Si! ti4 St. Louis S"i »(."( New York S:i «7 Hn.Htnn .... ('!e velum". Pet. i> i . ft ."> it .ft on 7S si SJ • •••••*•••• *• ••*• p-# I «•« 09 IMiit.'Hlelphia WnshinKlo.i * Games behind lender, Vest* Mlay'N KfMiIt (All grimes iiuMponedt rain,) CiampH Toiltiy N>\v York at .St. l-onis AVfishiiiKtnn a t IVtroll TMitladolphia at (Mevoland at .4 tin . 4 :. : 1 0 14 17 IS NATIONAL — Won J>«>Ht IVt. Si, I,oUKs 104 47 . UKlt Pn i Sim i-i^h R<) | |«lt~|llJJ ^i 1 A f + fmfmrr-*mmrtm p •• * I J I * < 'jm-innaLi SS 1 ti•'• * * . ** 7:! Ni w York fi.'i Huston (ili .4!H) :>y sx !HI 90 . 4 1 :t .41)4 44 *i.;umeH behind N.-a VeNtfrday'n Kosult ,^t, I.miiH, L*: Nrw York, « rrm-inniiii. I»; Hmnklyii, 6. 11 July KJUHOH nrhodnled. t Ciamrn Tmlny rinrmnali nt Philadelptna (night). < MnruMo at I3nt*ton. Si I-nuiH at N>w York. IMitwburKli ;it J 'hi to the Music of Bob Sisson and His Orchestra SATURDAY in Kern County's Most Popular Dance Spot a a in Downtown Bakerseld Within Easy Walking Distance ON THE CORNER OF SIXTEENTH and "EYE" i Admission 60c Including Tax Servicemen 50c Including Tax Navy All-Star Team Wins Fifth Straight FCRL.ONG FIELD, PEART, HAH- BUR, T. It.. Sept. 29. (UP)— The Navy All-Stars, probably the best baseball team In operation, today continued to hold their domination over a team of Seventh Army Air Force all-nturs, winning their fifth straight from the soldiers and their twelfth straight in competition. Johnny Vander Meer of major double no-hit fame, pitched the sailors to a 12-2 triumph yesterday on a five-hitter. The sailors won the first four in a be.st-of-seven series but decided to play out the string for the benefit of servicemen. It was Vander Meer's second win of the series and the former Cincinnati Hod southpaw fanned nine soldiers. Al Lien, former San Francisco star, held the navy scoreless for three innings but they blasted him from the box with a 10-run outburst in the fourth after Joe (Flash) Gordon, former star second baseman for the New York Yankees, booted a double play ball. t _•••*.•- . -:iv L • • •'.-. •^vK'ft.v.fl^ " •' '.•\- . ** - , '*Wv.wtt< N> * ' X S HIGH SCHOOL ELEVENS VIE T FALL HITS BADE ON GRIFFITH FIELD JACK FROST'S WHITE SQIMl) will moot their school rivals, the Blue team, tonight on OrlffUh Field in the season opener. A hupre turnout of both adult anil student fans is expected. Left to riirht, on the lino, are: "Warren Ramey, re; Bob Slatoi-, rt; Doug- Torres, rg;; Leo Anderson, c: Vance Hill, ]#: Marvin Ferguson, It; Lawrence Kubiy, lo. In Uie hackfield: Larry Vincent, q; Herb Chapin, rh; Bob Blalock, f; Dave Head, Ih. The game is scheduled to start at S o'clock. f Weather Permits Browns Open Series ST. LOl'IS, Kept. 20. (UP)—Pros- poets of continuing the delayed crucial series between the St. Louis Browns and New York Yankee.s in their attempt to overhaul the Tigers for the American League pennant brightened today when the rain stopped and skies cleared. The Browns and Yanks were scheduled for a double header, necessitated by rain which postponed the opener of the four-game set yesterday. Manager Luke Sewell of the second-place Browns nominated Jack Kramer and Nelson J'otter to keep St. Louis, battling for its first pennant, in the running. Manager Joe McCarthy of the Yankees, facing an almost hopeless three-game deficit, was expected to counter with Hank Borowy and Krnie Bonham. But it mattered little which team won unless the Washington Senators upset the dope and beat the Tigers in the closing four-game series at Briggs stadium. The Tigers must lose one before either tlie Browns, only a game off the pace, or the Yankees can even tie them. And the Senators have been easy for the Tigers this year—having won only three of 18 games. Colorado Restaurants to Learn Dishwashing DENVER, Sept. 29. (iP)—Dish- washing is to be added to the arts and sciences. The Colorado -Medical Society's new president, Dr. Edward R. Mugrage, has announced; "We are going to begin next month giving a course of instructions to dishwashers in restaurants. We're going to teach them that there is no substitute for hot water and that you don't need to put our thumb in the middle of a clean soup bowl to pick it up." —rallfrtrnlan-NEA Tclcnhoto BEAUTY OF COURSE— Catherine Fox of Bloomfield, N. J., co- medalist a year ago, adjusts windblown tresses after being eliminated from "Women's Western -Amateur at Onwentsia, Lake Forest, Illinois. 'V The Best Place in Town to Buy Tires HBLPING GIT MOST MILIS FROM YOUR T/RfS THAT'S OUR BUSINESS! r It's tough to tell a well-meaning chap like this that he has wasted tire mileage. 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Top Raines of the day aro conren- trated in the, midwest, with <!rrat Lakes rating just a sliade over the speed-mnscions Illinois elovcn, Michigan not too much margin over Indiana, and AVisronsin and Xortli- western a tossup. I'ui'dne is a touchdown favorite over Alarijuette. Minnosntu ahnut 9 to 5 over its old foe. Nebraska, Ohio State L' to 1 over Missouri's youthful Timers, and Iowa State and Kansas State by three touchdowns apiece over (Uistavus Adolphus and Wichita, respectively. Army's cadets, opening 1 against North Carolina, and X'lvy. starting with North Carolina I'reflight, are apt to combine to provide a blue week end for the Chapel Hill campus with both teams rated at « to 1 over the southern invaders. Notre Dame's team, one of tlie "greenest" ever to represent the Irish, still rated a strong 7 to "> over Pittsburgh in a crossing of "T" formations in the steel town. Columbia was S to "j 'to 'win its opener against Mel Hein's IJtlle t'nion eleven. Dartmouth was only 7 to 5 to beat Holy Cross, Duke was 0 to 5 over a young and untried Pennsylvania eleven, Colgate rated f> to 2 over Rochester, Vale - to 1 over Coast C.uard Academy, Cornell ;i to 1 over Hucknell and 1'enn State 3 to 1 over Muhlenberg. At least three games in tlie south- land were rated strictly even— Louisiana State-Alabama, Kentucky- Tennessee, and Florida-Mississippi. Georgia Tech was 8 to 5 over Clemson, Georgia Pre-J'liglu's Skyscrapers, G to 5 over Virginia. Kice was expected to have a tough tiifie beating Randolph Field. Texas A. & M. was a distinct choice over Texas Tech, but Texas was feared for trouble against a reportedly strong southwestern team. Southern Methodist was rated well ahead of North Texas and Texas Christian was conceded an easy victory over South Plains A. A. F. The Second Air Force Superbomb- ers were 2^ to 3 over Colorado; Colorado College ;t to 1 over New Mexico and Kansas and Denver were a tossup in the Rockies. California rated a bare edge over U. C. L. A.; Southern California was 8 to r> over College of t he Pacific and AA'ashington's Huskies 3 to 1 against Little AVhitman. . SERGEANT WITH A MOOD RACKET—Remarkable control of ball gave veteran Sergeant Frank Parker chance to win singles title for first time in National Tennis Championships at Forest Hills. rofe ACCOUNTANTS k_^^K_^^k_^^fe_^^^^B^fe_^^^_^^^.^0k.^^L_^^k^^L_^^k_^^^^^^^__^^^_^^b__4 ^f^if^f^r^r^r^f^r^r^lf^r^f^mf^f^mf^r^f JOHN W. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Incom lax Si-ivlci', rtmllts. 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(UP)—The Xatioii.il League, baseball's stop- child duriim" tin? ivd-hnl Ainoricun i TienK'le in-nnant rare, belci the ga:nc's dimming; sptitliplit brio fly yostPi'ilay when all of the juniur c'ireuit contests ^vei'p raineil mil. In tlu 1 only major leaKue panics played, the Cincinnati lleds defeated the llronklyn Dodgers. lO-t; and the champion Cardinals bested the Xe\v York < Jianis, I'-O. The Ki-ds kept their slender chances for secoiul place alive \\hen they overrame a five-run deficit, accumulated in the first l\vo innings, by scoring- nine runs in the fourth lo beat the 3>odgers. The Cardinals cameup \\ith another possibility as a. world series starter when young- Blix Donnelly set the hard-hitting; New York Ciants down with five bits to gain his shutout. The win was tlie tenth of tlie year for the Tied Birds and left them needing; two to tie their own record of JOG triumphs in u season. lly MAItVIN Tonight is tlu- night for whic.li nnxi(»us football fans and gridmen have been waiting. At Sl."> p. in. the powerful and colorful Hluo and "\Vhilo teams from Korn County l"nion High School ^vtll opoii lhi» 1IM4 foi'ttball season when they meet on nriffith Field in a pigskin tilt wiiich promises Just as many or even more thrills than previous games pla\ r<l on this same Hold. The Klue team will field the T and doub|e-\\ing formations, \\hirh ha ve proven very elTertixe in their scrimmages of p;ist we-'ks. In the backlield for the Mines will be Jim Heck, as fine a hack and runner that you will ever hope to see in high school competition. Hock, with his I'.'i) pounds of driving power, will start at. the left halfback spot. Mike (lombos, a hard-hitting line bueker, will be at the fullback position. Two now- comers to 1 takorsfield football will be in (he lineup at <junrU*rhaok and right halfback. Don Robinson, an exceptional punter, holds the right halfback position, with speedy Kit-hard Kotb at quarterback. Kor the Whites, in the back field will bo four capaMo boys who are using tht! colorful ma n-in-i notion sysf'tn. Last year's star. Hob P.lalork. will start for I lie White team at the fullback position. Hlalock. one of t heir main threats, was just declared eligible last week by t he (California Intorseholastic Federation. At the wingback spot is Herb Pheasant Season to Remain Same Dates SAX FRAXCrSCO, Sept. 20. (UP) The slate fish and gamo commission announced today that the California pheasant season will remain unchanged this year except for the reopen ing of San Ma loo and San L,uis Ohlspo counties, as it. prepared to conclude a two-day conference. Marin county will remain closed this season, it was announced. The board discussed various pro- joe is and recommendations yesterday for rule and regulation changes to be submitted lo the 104.1 state T^epislatitre, and heard Sacramento valley sportsmen urge pheasant hunting restrictions in the valley -^ this year Because of a shortage of cocks. The Russian river jetty will be repaired, but insufficient funds prevent its extension this year, the board Announced. Tennis Star Wins Semi-Final Match SAX FRAXriSCO, Sept. 2H. (UP.) Speedy Fnmeiseo Se^ura, Kcuadur- ian net star today was in the semifinals of the men's singles of tiie fifty-fifth annual Pacific coast tennis championships after squeezing out Navy "Lieutenant John AR North Carolina state champion, L « t f — -4, <-;>. lUorey Lewis, Canadian titleholder from Los Angeles, advanced by a. straight-set victory over Private Tom Brown, former I'niversity of California player, t\.:\ t (j-;i. I- -^l— ^ 1 -r ^ ^ . ^ . •• • .^n—l-^^ Kirk pa trick MacMilhn invented the first Bicycle Pal pat*nt«d tht Hollow Ground Blad* for cooUr, quicker, "Foathftr Touch" shaving l-DOUfllf SINGLE HOLLOW GROUND RAZOR BLADES • NT ALL REGULAR RAZORS PiRFECTLY • - - *_• .^'^ - • ^»i«. L *i *!-J ERSKINE HAWKINS nd His Orchestra TUESDAY October Stine Road South of Brundage SATU stra RYSATURDAY NIGHT Mod Old-Time D V Let's have fun after the Fair. Apron and Overall Dance. Remember at The Barn W. H. Blunt, Caller of Pioneer Dances George Latfoon and His Barn Owls Furnishing the Music Admission 50c, Tax lOc No Jitterbugs No Slacks No Levies II Terrace d Stlne Road DANCE EVEKV SATIKDAY NIGHT EL PATIO PAVILION I'- MHcft Wrtit uf (irrcnflelil mi Tufi HiKhwuy NO I5K1TKK FLOOR IX KERN COUNTY Muiitc l»y ODKI.r, JOHNSON ami HIS KIIVTilM RANCH I'AI.M I pay high prices for peach seed pits. Bring them to 2328 K Street. ^^^^^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BMWM^P^M^H ANCE Wll Lit K ntlKMIS MKKT K. I:. Ultisli-rt KVANS WITH HIS VICTOKY HAM'*? OIU IIKVIKA KVKKY SATIKDAY NHillT UNION AVENUE BALLROOM Mod"I'M and olri-tijne rlanointr—no jitter ovi-ry Saturdiiy night Hinn 50c? HUH Tax Dune i UK 0 to 1 I SCO IDDLK S«crot FIRST TILT PKKfil'SON t'bapin. a tricks- and stt.'»iiy little back who js d*>t'initelv hard lo stop. TaUim; the plact- -»t' injured Bruce St. John at, th*> tailback position is iJave Mi-ad, .t U.y v.ilh an excep- tion;;liy goi.il passing arm. Heat. who has spefd plus, will ho a dangerous threat to tlie I'.! tie ol"v* i n. At thf qua ri '••rli;u-k or Mucking back spot \\ill IM- big Larry Vincent, who is pinch-hiuing ftiy Jno (.'avillo, who is out \\ it h an injured collar bom\ The HIui- 1''am a\'cragfs ITT) poll in Is. u it h a IM pound edge over their oppniit-iit , I lu- \\hiles. who a veragi* l'-"» p"mhN. Hack field of the Hlues a \ e rages \ ti I ]iounds. wlu'le the White 1 nick field is a vor- agerl at I "»t; pounds. The I Hue lino avonmos I'lii puunds, with the White live averaging 117 pounds. Ail statist ie-< add up to two e v en ly- matched l'«nt hail squads who are out to put i heir first ^ame of the season mi ice. Starting lineups: Whiles Rub .. I'oshinns ,KK.. orres ... A ndcrst in Hill . Slater ... liamey . Vincent 1 lead i 'hapin r.Ialock ' P I IV i' . , I i' l I J. ,,. I ^ T I , It 1 I 4 . 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