The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 16, 1936 · Page 11
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1 - f Statisticians Have Keeping Up With the Runaway Squad By SID.FBDEIt H ^ Aiaoclited rre*» Sports Writer the Idoks of things, the fellows ^vho keep the record books are going to do a lot of overtime work when this big league \ L f I ^ ^"^ ball season ends, trying to catch up with those runaway Yankees. f^ f It's going to bo a man's size job rf r of ^revising to Jot down tho exploits of Just about the greatest chew of- record breakers the business has over known. Xot satisfied with tho , dozen or feo marks they've already shattered as d team, and others various individuals seem on the way to breaking, the homicide squad is going right along smashing new ones about every day. Only Jast Sunday, they eclipsed the homo run and extra base records. Since then, they!ve already posted a new run-making mark by a pennant winning club, piling up the amazing total of 1016 tallies to surpass tho 1004 tho championship Cardinals,of 1930 compiled. While tho hot National Leaguo fight.took a day off yesterday, rain washing out the entire program and giving the Giants a rest before they pick up the Job of-preserving their four and one-half game lead, tho Yanks advanced a step nearer a couplp moro marks by banging three White Sox pitchers for a 7-1 victory. As a result, the record for extra base wallops, runs batted in, total bases, and a few others may go before the season ends. Already bo- hind, the ball-killing crew, in addition to the homer and extra base I'ecordH, are such others as most runs batted in In ono game, most homers in two consecutive games, mosf years leading the league in homers, most years and most consecutive years with 100 or more rtomers, and a tie with tho touch one of threo homers In ono inning. Their victory yesterday came close to being a heart-breaker, through ankle Injury to Monte Pearson, number one hurler. l£v- amhiation disclosed ho'll bo buck in u few days. The Senators regained sole possession of third place with a double header win over tho Browns. They pounded out a 19-hlt, 13-7 triumph In,, the,opener, and Buck Newsom pitched a one-hilt, 0-1 edge In the nightcap, cut to seven innings by _3 _^ -<•••-" - '-. ..-'.--• --, ^ , + - +• . , w darkness. '*' Hal Trosky- blajsted homers numbers 30 and 40 as. he and the rest of the Indians pinned back the ears of the Ked Sox 18-2. Schoolboy Rowo posted his pitch- Ing win number 18 of the campaign as he twirled Ujc TIgcra to an 8-5 decision over the Athletics. Htt -•- :&'•£=©&• ppear in Feature Bout at Arena pUS SONNENBEHa. the young i Ouimet Beaten in Amateur Tourney ^™^™^^^^^(^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l^^(P^^^^B(^^ T (Associated Prctt Leafed Wire) GARDEN CITY, N. Y., Sept. 16. Francis Ouimet oi Boston, twlco former champion and captain of this year's victorious American Walker cup team, waa upset In the third round of tho U. S. amateur golf championship today, losing to Larry Lloyd, Port Chester, N. Y., 4 and 3. Lloyd, veteran of the Metropolitan golfing wars and a close friend of Ouimet for many years, capitalized the collapse- oC the Bostonlan's putting to lead the way Into this .afternoon's fourth round competition. Ouimet lost tho first two'holcs to a pair of birdies by Lloyd but rallied sufficiently to take the lead at the sixth. Francis then suffered an unaccustomed attack of Clio putting jitters. He three-putted the eighth, llth arid 14th while Lloyd inado a series of fine recoveries to sustain his lead. Russell Martin, Chicago, defeated Willie Turncsa, Elmsford, N. Y., 3 and 2. John Fischer, Cincinnati, defeated Charles Evans, Jr., Chicago, 3 and 2. Gus Moreland, Peorla, 111., defeated Max Kaesche, RIdgcwood, N. J., 4 and 3. David L. Davis, Austin, Tex., defeated Roger Peacock, Rockvillc, Md., 1 up. Frank Strafacl. Brooklyn, defeated G. Alec Hill, England. 2 and 1. Laurence M. Lloyd. Port Chester. N. Y., defeated Francis Ouimet. Boston, 4 and 3. Ray Billows, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., defeated Carl Dann, Orlando, Fla., ^"* collegian wrestling b> Defeating California's Don Budge, Frederick J. Perry, of England, wins the national tennis title again, but he hatf a harrowing time in doing it and experts be- lieve Budge, had ho not born "over-tennlsed" during the season, would have beaten tho Englishman. 2. 3 and J. D. Langley, England, defeated Alex Banazek, Union, X. Y., 3 and 1. John Lehman, Chicago, defeated Hal S. Cross. Jr., Philadelphia, ono up. WEATHER BY PHONE STOCKHOLM, Sept. 1C. (U. P. The Stockholm telephone service has added weather forecasts to its special services. Like the time service, tho weather forecast is given by a phonograph record League Leaders (A$8oclatcd Prcs* Leased Wire) National (Unchanged from yesterday.) American Batting—Appling. White Sox. .381; Averill, Indians, .376. Runs—Gohrig, Yankees, 161; CHft, Browns, 133. Runs batted In—Trosky, Indians, 148; Gehrlg, Yankees, 144. Hits—AveriU. Indians, 21G; Gehruv ger, Tigers, 211. Doubles—Walker, Tigers, 64; Qoh- ringor, Tigers, 52. Triplen—Averill. Indians and Dl- Magglo, Yankees, 15. Homo runs—Gehrlg, Yankees, 48; Trosky, Indians, 40. Stolen bases—Lary, Browns, 32; Powell, Yankees. 26, Pitchers—Hadley, Yankees, Pearson, Yankees. 19-CC 13-4; NBSTELL WINS LOS AKGELES, Sept. 16. (U. P. Bob Xestoll of lx>s Angeles, former Golden Gloves boxer, today loomed as one of California's leading heavy, weight prospects as R result of his second-round knockout victory over Nash Garrison of Jose In their scheduled 10-round bout at Olympic auditorium. R TUFT TEAM More Than 200 Men Work Out This Week for Team Places LLY prid Sh ton wi en akersfield sho lha for ear ing ame mor man half been nonymou qu ettl Sho eto aVailabl selec tyl are ion Mos ting dollars ten j'our mostexac requ em en are 61 etotnth Company Sept. 16.— Approximately 200 football players are now in practice for positions on grid teams here, with coaches for the high school and Jayseo squads lopping over prospects for 1936 squads. Tho lightweights as usual, under J.he direction of Pop Helmn, had the largest turnout, some 125 of tho little fellows being on hand at tho lower field. Up on tho main turf, Head Coach Monty needy was greeted by 60 wildcats, among whom were a number of veterans and some entirely new faces. Both of thcso squads will bo swelled in the next few days, as the office report BhowH that 265 boys have signified their Intentions to tako part this year. Les Klcnholz. who found six men out for practice- when lie took over : the reins seven years back, must have' reminisced a little, when 25 young huskies answered roll last evening at Martin Field. Tho list will add up to 40 within tlio week, as several promising-candidates, mostly local boys, havo not as yet entered school. Two Giants Show Up While It waa Impossible to get much of a lineup on what Les will have, his tacklo worries were'some- what augmented by the appearance of ,a couple, of young giants In Pete ICukendor, former Roosevelt High ace. and Frank "Rip" Maloney, 0 foot fi inches, from GardcM High In Los Angeles. Malonoy, a center by trade,, will probably bo used defensively as (L tackle. In company with these,boys, were Jake Plvaroff and Phil.HoUlen, a couple of candidates from the Boylo Heights area in Los Angeles. The former Is watd to bo almost on a par with Walt Wackeen, except for (ha mater of snagging parses.' Hpldcn 1« a halfback. Expect Two More It was also revealed that Gilbert Downs. AViJdeat captain last year, will Join the squad next year, having checked out of St. Mary's. Ifralik Orloff. who was supposed to Join the SparUuie at San Jose next week, was not quite so sure of his going, as he watched the boys go through their paces. If he decides to change his mind. Klenholz may not have those "tacklo nightmares" as wore imagined before the season opened. Portland Trounces Seattle Ball Club (United t'rci* Seated Wire) POKTLANP. Ore., Sept. 18.— Portland, first place winner In_ Uie regular schedule, trounced its northwest rival Seattle, G-0, in their first- round playoff opener. While BOOO fans watched, George Caster, Beaver hurling ace, pitched eight-hit, whitewash ball while his teammates touched Barrett, Lucas, Osbom and Wells for 10 bingles. The Beavers scored twlc* In tho third, twice m tho fourth and once in tho fifth. They pounded Barrett off the mound during those lucrative thr«se innings. Bongy, Claybaugh. Coscarart and Caster did tho heaviest hitting for tho winners, while Ponovan, LAW* rence and Gyftelman got two safeties apiace for thg BeatUo Club. CANCEL OWENS MEET NEW YORK, Sept 3«, (U. P.)— Jesse Ow«n*, spectacular trlpto*win* ner of Olympic honors, was ruled out of competition in the Caledonian gomes, scheduled for Thursday night hurt, and the meet itself, in which & dozen other truck And field aeon had been entered, wan can cold. ; The cancellation came OB a direct aftermath of tho A. A* U Buspcnalon of the Ncfro etar for failure to go through with a post Olympic track tflt«£ In Stockholm.*, iii which ho al* Icgedly had agreed to cotupote. that revolutionized changing It from n game of immobility and grunting on a mat to the dynamics of tho modern sport'coupled with. Us exhibitionism and assault, will appear hero tomorrow evening in the main ovout at tho local arena. Sonnenberg will wrestle Nick Lutz. the life guard tbat spends moat of his time away from tho sea, a good part of It In BaHorsfleM on the mat at tho Twentieth street arena. Former world's champion nnd an outstanding Innovator In sports through tho radical changes ho inn do In wrestling, Sonnenberg commands fan Interest throughout tho nation. Has Grid Record There are football fans, too, that remember his grid record at Dartmouth and Detroit. Ho was n great footballer beforo bo brought his flying tackles Into the ring. lAitz Foil for Gus NMck Lutz will bo a fine foil for tho offensive tactics of tho flying tacklo specialist, Lutz Is a finished performer an^ thoroughly versed In modern tactics nnd holds. Tie Is a Journeyman wrc«tlcr in bis own right and no setup for-the famous Mr. Sonnenberg. Tho match between thia pair should bo worth seeing. Tiny Roebuck, a powerful houvy- welght, and \ lorb Frooman are matched in another of thn cnrd'H attractions and Uudy Kcarda and Mike Strollch meet In tho opener. TAFT MAT CARD TAFT, Sept. IB. —- Accordion chested Paul (Tarzan) Orth, Ohio's gift to tho wrestling world, returns Thursday night to tho American bo* glon Stadium with tho clover Bobby "Blond Terror" Roberts, n native of Michigan, as his opponent in tho iwo out of threo fall main event. Davo Reynolds, who bested Lord Lansdowno and Sammy Kohon on successive weeks, shows In tho opener this wook against tho Persian nobleman. Prince Omar, oriental ace. TfOOTBALL schedule of tho •*• Renegades this year shows several "now" schools on tho list and tho elimination of several schools played last year. The opening game for Jack Frost's team this year la ngnlnst the Long Beach Jayaec at Long Boach on September 26. The Honegades did not meet Long Boach laat year but opened tho Reason by defeating Santa Barbara State Frosb, 13 to 6. Frost's team will moot the staters ngain this season but not until. October 2, Last year tho freshmen of U. C. L. A, defeated tho Renegades. Thla year the Renegades go south to meet tho Cube on October 10, with the 31 to 6 defeat of last year still rankling In their minds. Take on Saints Santa Muriu Junior College will send a team bore on October 10 to moot the Renegades. Tho inclusion of the Santa Mariana on the schedule of the Renegades this year will add to tho rivalry of the two schools Initiated In games betweou the Drillers and Santu Murln high school. * Los Angeles Jayseo met and defeated the Renegades last year. This season tho Renegades will havo four games behind them be- foro they meet L. A. Jaysee here on October 23. Los Angeles won last year by 13 to 0, Vlsalla Jaysees were defeated by tho Renegades last year, 27 to 0. They come to Bakersfield on October 30 of this year. Porterville is on tho schedule for a game November 7 at Porterville. The Renegades smothered thia outfit 20 to 2 last season. An Open Date On thla year's schedule November 14 was given as an open date when the games were announced. November 21 Is the playing date for Reedley bero. Last year the Renegades overwhelmed this squad, 32 to 0. Modesto Is off tbo schedule for tills year, Tho Taft game, a scoreless tie last year, will bo played at Taft this year on November 28 and It should provide a flno period to a good season, Cal-Poly Is off tbe list this year and Cal-Tecb Frosh. • George Williamson Will Have Plenty of Good Grid Material —PUBVKNT FlltES ON THE MAT RING ECHOES Wirt) Uubl, I'00, Hungary, dofrntod Ivan Kiuv putnn, 322, Huston, ono full. XKW HAVEN, Conn.— Abo Cote- nmn, 205, New YorU, won over Ocorire Uovohley, 218. CaHfornln, (ho hitter being dlmjualiflcd Our- Ing the third round. PUOVIDKNCK, U. 1.— "Drop kick" Murphy i Bohlon, dofented Tony Murclll, Italy, two straight falls. SAN FRANCISCO.— Davo vlrt, 209, New YorU. defraud Gua Sounenberf*. 205, Hoxton. rrc*9 Leaned Wire) YORK.—Ralph (Indian) Murtndo, 137, Tattanm, outpointed Charley Gomor, 134^4, France <8). CH10AC30.—Harry Thomas, 198, Kaglo Ucnd, Minn., knocked out K. 0. Clements, 187, PUUburjpli (4). I.OS ANOISLK8,—Bob Xestell. 188, L/08 Anffclos, knocked out Nash Oarrlnon, 182, San Jose (3). NE\Y YORK.—Domcineo Cecc** reUI, 177, Italy, defeated Jimmy da Sola, 181, Spain (10), than 100 candidates are now plowing up the Sandab practice field in preparation for the first game the little men will play, which will bo with Porterville High "lights" here September 26. Classifications knocked off a few likely looking young men but some brand new ones stepped In to take their places. Coach George Williamson Is plan* ning to hold his first scrimmage Friday night. So far. he has drilled his men In fundamentals such as block- Ing, tackling and other features of tho game. The Sandab tilt with Porterville will be a preliminary to the game between the Bakersfield and Portervllte varsities. Coach D. W, Griffith In grooming his charges for tho early game but holds out no promise of an outstanding squad for tho 1936 season. LONG REACH PLANS TO DEDICATE FIELD Long Beach Jay-see, preparing to play host to tho Renegades September 25, announces It has a strong veteran club returning but lacks reserve power. There has been & change in tho beach team's coaching staff since tho last time Bakersfield met tho southerners. Long Beach la now guided by Coach "Bill* 1 Macon, formerly assistant mentor. When Bakersfield plays Its rivals of three years ago. tho field will bo dedicated to John J. Lounsbcrry and will henceforth be called Lounsberry Field. Macon, looking about him during tho first week of practice, found ha had a team of tall men but one which was light for a Jayseo eleven, weighing only 165 pounds. COKBETT VS. BBRXAL FRESNO, Sopt 16. (U. 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