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BROWNS GRAB AMERICAN LEAGUE FLAG HOW THEY STAND PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE (Final plnyofff) Teiim— Won Lost TVt. SHU Francisco :i 'j. .600 Los Angeles L' 3 .400 Ymti-rilRy'n Krftiiltn Los Angeles, 5-2; Sun Frnr.uisco, 4-1. <inmc Tnnlitht Bun Franclscu at l.os Angeles. AMERICAN I.i:.\(it K (Final KiiimlliiKH) Tram— Won Lost Pet. St. Louis R9 ti'i .571! Detroit ........................ ss New York , ................... Sll lidstnn .......................... 77 Cleveland ........... ......... T> Clilonuo 71 G4 (ill 71 77 Ml 'JO •damps behind lender. VestiTilny's Itrxults Washington. 4: Detroit. ]. St. Louiw. ft; New York, 2. Boston, IJ-1; I'hicutto, 1-1. I'hiludclphia, it-it; Cleveland, 2-0. 7t .D:;O 6 r.»M) i •' .4li8 17 ,4iiX 17 .4«1 IS .116 :5 Team— St. Louis J'lttsbUI'Kll NATIONAL I.KAGl'E (Final standings) "Won Lost TVt. 117 li.'p •I!) II:'. er, 7 It S7 K'J ill .f>88 14<4 .57S Hi .487 3,1) ,4«r, 38 .41'^ 40 .4(1!) 42 .3'J9 43 !<j Xew York HoMton Hrnoklyn 63 Philadelphia. lil •Games behind loader. VoNtorday'H KiMgiills PllUhnrth, 9-1: Philadelphia. 1-7. Chieago, 4-G; Boston, 3-7. Brooklyn, 6; Ciiu-lnnati, 5. New York, fi-ii; St. Loul", 5-lfl (first grime lit innings; second game six innings, makes sense to pay IQc £ "for a razor blade T^ After all, to make that daily chore of shaving easier, wouldn't — > you—wouldn't anybody— invest a few extra cents? A fine blade gives a fine shave. But a fine blade docs cost a little more—because of the way it's made. Personna blades are made twlc« at ilowly as "commercial" blades. And inspected 17 tlmet. Hellew-ground.foranVxiblesupcr-sliarp edge, teothtf-ttropptd, like a barber's razor. Trlpl»-wropp«d for protection. 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Don Oshorn won the second, allowing only four hits. Greenhorn Reports Record Deer Kill A record door kill for the first 14 days of the 1944 deor seuson hits been reported from the Greenhorn RanRcr District of the Sequoia N;i- tiomil Forest. Six hundred fifty- four deer hunters chocked in on thn district have taken a total of 277 deer for the first 14 days, an average of one deer to every 2.4 hunters. Light rains in tho higher ranpos of tho district h;is mnde ideal hunting conditions, with a great many experienced hunters taking advantage of these conditions. AL SMITH ILL NEW YOHK, Oct. *2. (UP)—Tho condition of former Governor Alfred E. Smith of New York, critically ill at the Rockefeller Institute Hospital, was reported "unchanged" today after 24 hours of "real improvement." Bombers Roll Over Wolves by 20-6 Hy Asscx i.'itod Press The far west's second professional football association, the 5-year-old Pacific Coast Professional Football League, opened it.q 1044 season Sunday with Sun Francisco Packers defeating San .lose Mustangs, 14 to 7, and tho San Diego Bombers rolling over tho Hollywood Wolves, 20 to 6. Iri games of tho new American Professional Football League, the San Francisco Clippers, sparked by Kenny Washington, outdid tho Seattle Bombers, 3,1 to 21, while the Hollywood Rangers won their fifth straight victory by defeating the Los Angeles Mustangs. 4fl to 7. The Packers in their game at San Jose put over touchdowns in the second a.nd fourth quarters, and the Mustangs scored in the third period on a 43-yard pass from the ^x-Call- fornia Bear, Elmer Vallejo, to Chuck PJioodor. t Tho San Diego Bombers, defending champions of the Pacific. Coast League, triumphed on tho wings of passes pitched by Xotro Dame's Steve Baparus. St. Mayy's Harry Mattos scored the marker for the losers. Merle I tapes, former Memphis flier, accounted for four of the Hoi• lywood Hangers' seven touchdowns. The Mustangs' Torn Fuller rambled 58 yards for their lone tally. Kenny Washington, former University of California at Los Angeles ace, scored two of the Clippers' touchdown as the San Franciscans rushed over two tallies Jh tho first period, another in tho second and two in the final quarter. Seattle marked up its scores in the fourth period. ITLLMAN SEJJLS BUSINESS PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 2. OP)— Pullman, Inc., notified United States District Court today that it had elected to sell its sleeping car service business and retain its railroad car manufacturing business in compliance with the anti-trust decree entered by the court last May S. ^- ,^<^s^ Blended Whiskey Sd.S Proof 6'J% Grain Neutral Spirits ILS.C, CAL MEET IN WEEK-END TILT By ED EMERY I'nltffl Press Staff Correspondent SAX FRANCISCO, Oct. 2.—The Puc.'ific Cua.st conference) football leadership will ho at slake Saturday \\IKMI tho unbeaten University oC California Bears and once-tied University oC Southern CaliCornla Trojans class at Los Angles, Memorial sldlum to dope thn first round of 10-14 conference pl.iy. Cii:K-h Stub Allison's Bears, out- Kaini'd every \V!HTC but on the scoreboard, rame tip bruised and battered but holding a C-0 win over the University of California at Los Angeles Bruins when tho week-end scores were in, stopping the slashing last- minute Uruiu offensive that gained a KM:; tic with the Trojans in their opener, I'nivorsity of Southern California r-aUK- back to defeat College of the Pacific -IS-li in the west coast's second major game, while University of Washington continued tuning up for its abbreviated conference season by BWfimping Whitman, 65-fi. The Camp Shoemaker Fleet. City Bluejackets trimmed St. Mary's Xavy rre-Flight, 12-0; Alameda Coast Guard overwhelmed University of Nevada, ilii-l); San Diego Xavy trounced Compton College, Sii-of the Kl Toro Marines whitewashed Fairficld-Suisun Army Air Base, .Ifi-n, nnd \Villiamette topped the Klnnirilh Falls Marines, 33-14. In junior varsity circles, the University of California at t,os Angeles .layvees defeated Hedlnnds, 14-fi; Caltech stopped the University of Southern California Jayvees 2(1-0. and the San Frauci.sco Coast Guard Pilots ran over the California Ramblers. 3:t-f>. The scanty gridiron program for this Saturday, in adidtion to the California-University of Southern California gigantic, finds University of California at Los Angeles at San Diego Naval Training Station, Washington meeting Williametto at Portland, Nevada playing Arizona Sliite Teachers at Lag Vegas, and Fleet. City challenging the Fourth Air Force Saturday night at Riverside. St. Mary's College plays Ala- rnecla Coast Ouard at Kezar stadium, San Francisco, Sunday. The Trojan-Bear battle will end the firsl round of play between the three California entries in the conference, with another round-robin scheduled for November. Washington plays U. S. C. and California in a one-week journey south, October 23 and 28, but i-annot keep naval trainees out of Seattle long enough to meet U. C. L. A. Coach Babe Horrell's Bruins ran up 322 yards to G9 for the Bears, and 16 first downs to 3, but California's ace center, Roger Harding, galloped 24 yards with a blocked punt in tho first quarter to end the scoring for the day. Johnny Roesi-h, Jack Myers, Jack Boyd and Cal Rossi piled up Bain after gain, and with Field General Bob Waterfield sparking the play, the Bruins drove !Hi yards in the final five minutes, only to see Waterfield's final pass knocked down over the toal. Harding, Bill Hachten and Dick Madigau turned in the greatest California defensive play in tho center of the Bear line. Coach Jeff Cravath's Trojans, leading 12-0 at the half over Amos Alonzo Stagg's Tigers, nearly blew another win when Charlie Cooke passed to AVayne Hardln for a third quarter cop touchdown and the Tigers took over tho play. MAKERS Or THE FAMOUS SAFTI-STRIPE TREAD CLEROU TIRE CO. 1717 "K" Street Phone 6-6069 FORMERLY KUNST TIRE Official Tire Inspection Station TIME TO UK-Tim . (/. A'. Pat. Off. GET A GEORGE DOZIER— Boxing fans will witness two outstanding bouts tonight when Johnny Toledo matches his skill and punching power against those of George Doz- icr, and John Sonney meets the capable Cal Coolidgo in tho main and scmi-windup events at Strelich Stadium. In the special event Frank Lucio versus Joe Munuz wlu'lo immediately preceding this fight Alvin 1'ayno and Alex Carillo will battle it out in the feature event. Man- oilier bouts will add color to the top boxing card. Jitterbug Hay Harness vs. Rudy Reed; "Warren Reedor vs. Joe Mcnde/.; Joe Oroweo versus Peter Costa; and Florentine Arvisu versus Kid Green. Legal Notice* NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPER!* AT 1'RIVATK SALE No. 200810 In the Superior Court of Hie Stale of California, in and for tho County of Los Angeles. In the Matter of the Efltate of ALFRED EDWARD VENTON, (also known us A. E. V1SNTON), Deceased. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned, Dorothy Agnes Venton, Admin- istratrix with the Will annexed of the estate of said Alfred Edward Venton. deceased, will sell at private sale, to tho highest and beat bidder, upon tho ternifl and conditions hereinafter specified and subject to confirmation by said Superior Court, on and after October 21, 1944. at tho office of said Administratrix with the Will annexed, Rooms 201-2-3-4 Neville Building. In the City of Monrovia. California, all the right, title. Interest and estate of said decedent In and In all that certain real property ilcscribe-d as follows: The East Half of the East Half of the Northwest Quarter: the East Half of the West Half of the Northwest Quarter: the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Qnar- er of the Northwest Quarter; and tho Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, and tho West 20 iect of the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, all in Section 11. Township 25 South. Hance 26 East. Mount Diablo Base and Meridian, in the County of Kern, State of California, and containing SI acres, more or less. Terms and conditions of sale are cash, lawful money of the United States, on confirmation of sale and delivery of deed by said Administratrix with tho Will annexed. Said real Property will be sold subject to County Taxes for the fiscal year 1941-45 and subject also to all conditions, reservations, covenants, restrictions, easements, and rights of way or record, if any, affecting said real property and subject further to a reservation of one-half of all oil, gas, petroleum and other hydroearbonate substances found or underylylng «ald land or that may be produced and saved therefrom. Bids or offers for the purchase of gald real property must be In writing and will be received by sard Administratrix with the Will annexed at tho offlr-e aforesaid nt any time after the first publication of this notice and before the date of sale. Dated this 2!)th day of September, 1344. DOROTHY AGNES VENTON, Administratrix with tho Will nnnexi-d of the Estate of Alfred Edward Venton. al«o known ss A. 11. Ventonl. deceased. Dunn & Ktui'Bt'On. 201-2-3-4 Neville Bldg.. Monrovia. California. Attorneys for laid Administratrix. C. T. A. September 29. October 16 Incl. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 34M In the Superior Court of the State of California. In nnd for the County of Kern. In the Matter of the Estate of Clarence Churchill tielden, also known an Clarence C. Selden, also known as C. C. Selden, deceased. Notice la hereby given by the undersigned. Margaret T. Selden. Administratrix with the Will Annexed of the estate of Clarence Churchill Selden. deceased, to the creditors of, and all persona having clalma against the said deceased, to present them with the necessary vouchers within elx months after the first publication of this notice, to said Administra- trix at the law office of Harvey, Johnston & Baker, S.MI Haherfelde Bulldine. In the city of Bakersfleld, Kern county. California, which said office the undersigned selecta as a place of business In all matters connected with said estate, or to file them with the necessary vouchers, within six months after tho first publication of this notice In the c.-fice of the clerk of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Kern. Dated and first published September 4, 1944. MARGARET T. SKLDEN. As Administratrix -vlth the Will Annexed of the estate of Clarence Churchill Selden. also known as Clarence C. SeUlen. also known as C. C. Belrten. dereased. HARVEY. JOHNSTON & BAKER. 359 Haberfelde Building. Bakerefield. Callfoinla. Attorneys for Administratrix. Sept. 4. 11.18. 25: Oct. 2. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL NOTICE IS HllRERV GIVEN juirminnt to thn provlsion.y nf Section :t440 of tin- Civil Code or the State of California, tiuil Dale Thomas. Vendor, uf 111 (Joldm Suiio SI root, Bal;?isflelil. California. Intend* m sell to fl. K. Slater, Vendee, of 111 tiolden Slate. Street. Hakersf iclil. fiillfornin. all (hat certain pe.inunal property nmsistiiiK generally o: all rto<-k In trade, liximc*. equipment of a certain Korvii-e station IIUKI- ness known as Rlrhflcld Station No, CIK in the f.'lty of ni.kersfleld nnd lornlo'l .n l 111 Gulden ."late Street. JJukiM-Hfield, L'all- fnrnla. and that the puichiiHe prk 1 '.- iheri'uf will bo paid <H 10 o'clork a. m. on the i-cv- cnth dny nf October, ]!M4, at 111 Coldcn Ktute li> the City of Hulirrufield, i.'nunty of Kern. State of California. Dated Koiileniln-i 3D, 19-11. C.. R. SLATER, Vendee. Service Station, 111 Golden .stale. Oft. 2. It. BUCK ROGERS, TWENTY-FIFTH CENTURY, A. D. Dangerous Harvest By LIEUTENANT DICK CALKINS (• WHAT'S COOKING \ON THE CARPET, WILMAFUOOKS LIKE A YOU " ^CYCLONE L OR A STAMPEDE OP ELEPHANTS . / ^ ONLY THERE AREN'T) ANY ELEPHANTS -CT HERE \N YUCATAN^) WHATEVER IT \<3 HA«3 TREMENDOUS POWEP./W\LMA. ARE YOU GAME TO . INVESTI GATE ITr", ^* WELL ,MY FEMININE CURIOSITY l<3 ONE OF MY GIRLISH - / WE'LL LAND| 1 \N THAT CLEARING AND \NTERCEPT ITUE MUFgRlCANE^ (OH-OU.'IHOPE I ( WE DON'T REAP v (THE WHIRLWIND/ BROWNS DOWN YANKEES, 5-2, TO WIN AMERICAN PENNANT RACE ST. T.oriS. n,'t. 2.—The St. Louis .Browns carried tho American League pennant into tho world, so- ries today for the first lime in history. Tho Cinderell.i hard way. n"sn> Tigers by a one i: Rv U:o H. I'ETERSFX t'nit-''i 1'rrsH Spurts L'fhdrr j were tied started. When tin 1 when the List last day of go into til' 1 Ixiys \vnn it tlie nut tho Detroit me HIM I'M in on tho the season. They will r .. series oponiiiK M'f > iliu.'!«- <l:iy, \\ith their Ini i-ii-city rivals, the St. Loni* (.';ii•<lin:il*--. nnilorilous. but no <nie who s;i\v tlieni \\hij) tile Xew Yo.rk Yankees in f'.ur straight ciirnos was sellinK them short anil with fans the omintry over, they will be the. sentimental favorites. The finht tint won them the Browns first world series so-U plnco the American I.eaiftie herjan operating in 1!MU, was nmKnlfii-iont. They went down to the hist day to win. and, an they had l.een showing all season Ions, they had what it takes in tho clutch. Xo one. including their manager, Luke Sowoll, could elasvi them a. preat club, but they have I'lRlit find courai;e. Kveryono of them was. a hero to all the others and outstanding of these heroes was (''hot Laabs, whose two home, runs provided the power to down the Yankees vcsterday in Sportsman's Park In the camo meant gold and j.;lor.v 5 to L'. It was -- years Browns made their first serious hlrl for an American LoaKtio pennant. They lost then to the Yankees by one same. So it was satisfying that the Yankees were the victims this year. A Detroit, the last-place Washington Senators gave the Browns tho Mssi.it they needed by defeating tho Tigers—with whom the Browns that The score was that the ld:< ni'f ngainst them, the Browns are at their best. And they had one other advantage yesterday. When they took the field the Scoreboard showed that tbo Senators were leading Detroit, .! to (>. But they were jittery for tho first thrfe innings, throwing the ball away and practically handing- the Yankees two runs. It wasn't until the fourth that they showed the stuff of widen champions are made. l;y that time the Senators were leading, 4 to 0. with the Tigers at bat in the last of the ninth. To the cheers o£ more than 37,000 fans—the largest crowd ever to watch tho Browns play nt Sportsmans Park, Mike Kreevich opened with a single to left. Up slopped Luabs, a .2!!0 hitter and part-time ball player and war plant worker. Ho caught hold of one of Mel Queen's hard, high fast ones and dumped it among the. spectators in the left field pavilion to tie the score. After that Sis Jakucki, a five and ten-cent store pitcher until the war drained major league ball clubs of many of thi'ir players, closed the scoring door on the Yankees. With two down in the fifth. Queen onco again faced Kreevich. And again Kreevich singled. Lnabs again stepped to the plate. And again he put the ball into the pavilion, scoring two more runs. That would have been enough, but just to make things comfortable, Vernon Stephens hit a home run in the eighth off Hank Borowy, tho Yankees leading pitcher whom McCarthy had sent in to relieve Queen after Laabs' second homer. Local Bowling Team Scores BAKUKSFIKLn HOWLING ACAUKMY Ln (ties' Major High, team series, Burclclte Insurance, 2428. High individual series, Leona Robinson, 043. High individual game, Leona Kob- inson, 11)7. Petroleum League High team scries, Union Oil Refinery, 2fil8. High individual series, Whltey Ud- lock, 57ti. High individual game, Whitey Ud- lock, 245. Service Club Lea cue High team series, Clrgonluns, 2721. High individual series, Bob Harrod, (112. High individual game. Bob Harrod, 232. Men's Major High team series. Bakersfield Bowling Academy, 2675. High individual nories, Clay Adams, 5!M. High individual game, Joe Solomon, 229. FRANK'S ItmVIJM; CKXTKR Men's Major High team series, Brandt Investment, 2707. High Individual scries, Louis Brandt, EDO. High individual game, C. Leslie, 234. Ladies' Major High team series, Woody's, 2099. High individual series, Hazel Jackson, 490. High individual game, Lelle Court- neir, 207. Men's Honor Roll Whitey Udlock, 245; C. Leslie, 234; FIVE NAZI PLANES DESTROYED CAIRO, Oct. 2. UF>— R. A. F. Beau- fighters destroyed five more German aircraft over Aegean islands during tho night, bringing total enemy losses to 16 within the Inst six days, a middle oust air communique announced today. Business and Professional GUIDE Phone 7-7631 for Monthly Ritas ACCOUNTANTS JOHN W. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Indium Tax Service, Audit*, Nyitem* 205-206 l'nil>»»l(jim: Uiillillui Phone 9-1)501 CHINESE HERBS T. LIM 11 EH II (?!•!•;('IAI.IST STOMACH TROUBLE SPECIALISTS Ki'inedtcM for All Allmentfe I'KKB CONSULTATION Icjrmfi Herb Instructor Cu..Un Collrie, Canton China Twenty-fourth anil K Street* Phone 5-RB51 LAUNDRIES LAUNDRY SERVICE Lami'lry Hi-rvice Unexcelled—That IN Our Mill to—Tf. Different Service* and /(irio Dry denning CITIZENS LAUNDRY Sixteenth nml O Street* I'hone 8-8401 Hob Harrod, 232; Joe Solomon, 229; Louis Wrantlt, 227; Jim Mull, 227; Otto Heckman, 225; Clay Adams, 225. Ladies' Honor Roll Leila Courtnelr, 207. GIVES YOU ACTION CMTOONIST or ' Kim 9f TM t *9 rat M«v*rr» A FOR SATISFMTMN- Smie« HII ovmcii cone flnt ... it yoir dultr MIT rin short of Dl. GIABOWS... Tk* only pioci that art tobacco •• ucliiiTt pip* Molriif •achin. lYM.LINKMANtCO. RECORDS £ ' A DENTAL PIATES IHIN usi LOOM dental pl^tMW* ! h«ld firmly and comfort' ably in plac* with MOY -white, alkaliM. holding powder. OILDALE Phone 2-6636 LAST TIMES TONIGHT "EVE OF ST. MARK" "GIRL IN THE CASE" STARTING TOMORROW "Between Two Worlds" "My Best Gal" LAST TIMES TONIGHT "COBRA WOMAN" "GHOST CATCHERS" STARTING TOMORROW "MELODY PARADE" "UNKNOWN GUEST" Phone 7-7264 LAST TIMES TONIGHT "RIDING HIGH" "LOUISIANA HAYRIDE" STARTING TOMORROW "GASLIGHT" 'SHE'S A SOLDIER TOO' • UJtST COflST OX THEATRES PARADE NOW! Door Open at 6:45 It's A Howl I IlLA RAINES William DEMAREST AND— A Tribute to Army Wives "In the Meantime, Darling" Starring JEANNE GRAIN EUGENE PAUETTE 17.?I 13th SI -.Phone 7 lllk NOW SHOWING— 6:45 MARCH portrays the creator of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.. .lo PLUS— NOW Maftine * Daily BACK AGAIN! \n Society TRIACHER • MUTTON Klrky OraM - Ttiomat Oomn CO-HIT! Show Start* Daily at 12 Noon Edward G. Robinson "Destroyer" John Wayne "Lawless Frontier" NOW Open Dally at 12 Neon NOW PLAYING Jan* Frazee, Frank Albertsen in "Rosie the Riveter" R*y M|trt, Snilty lnrniHt in "YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS" Donald Duck Cartoon N«w« FREDDY MARTIN And his sensational stars of stage, screen and radio. Dancing 9 to 1. THURSDAY, OCT. 5 Union Avenue Ballroom SAVE SOc PER COUPLE! Advance Tickets Only $1.25 each at VEST'S or TRACY'S WALTON "ORCHESTRA WIVES" "WOMAN OF TH| TOWN"

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