The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 5, 1944 · Page 20
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 20

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, October 5, 1944
Page 20
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y, ociober :>, iv44 JBaUtrstielb CalitDrntfln FRESHEN UP WITH A NEW STETSON' THE STETSON 7.50 Here's everything. Lightweight, quality, great durability and handsome lines typical of Stetson styling. It's good to look at and wonderful to wear. HAEET COFFEC STETSON HEADQUARTERS IN FRESNO AND BAKERSFIELD \VII.\T IS TIIK SKPRKT?—This question is being whispered all over liakei-.--field coiK'^riiiuR (he big rival game between the Eiist High Jilades and tli,- Uakcrsl'ield High School Whites which will be held tomorrow night on Griffith Field at S:15 p. m. The Blades have been practicing b»liind close door:-- for the past two weeks and fans don't Know v.-jial to expect from (lie school who lias never in its history deiVali'd a I iahcrsfield eleven. Coaches Jellison and Minetti are drilling two veteia ntackles, Kavy 1' and Bud Long (left to right) who ing two veteran tackles, IJavy I'appas and Bud Long (left to right) who are returning this season for (lie mystery Blades. Troy to Field Same Starting Lineup LOS AXfiKf.KS, Oct. n. (.#>—Jeff Cravath's Southern California Trojans will field the same lineup against California here Saturday j that they used against. (_''. C. I,. A. j in the season opener, when they got j a '13-13 tic. Don Hardy, end. who was kept out of last week's College of the Pacific game by injuries, will be at left end. The Trojans will outweigh the Bears 13 pounds to the man and they may have just a bit of foot on the Cal backfield. too. The Hear line is a fast-charging array and it must j use its speed to offset (he big bulge i in weight Troy will have. ' Kail is, Cal has only two players who tip _'iO pounds, and they're substitutes, so Coach Stub Allison, employing the T formation for the first j time, has put emphasis on speed. Mis backfield of Muir, Quist. Garthwaite and Stuart were squad members in 19411. Muir. the only one who didn't win a letter, was praised , by Allison for his smart signal call- j ing in C'al's 6-0 win over U. C. L. A. j last week. : When Will Allison Flash T Formation? Fans Query ,Ry IIAI Vnilcil rr-'B* Sin SAX FUAXCISO, Oct. B.—Couch Stub Allison, who advertised widely ;it the start of the season that his California Boars would use the "T" system this year, still is taking a verbal beating from the fans and sports writers of the San Francisco bay region. In two panics (both winning efforts, by the way) the Bears have dished out exactly nine passes, completed one—which isn't exactly what could be called an exciting type of the "T" formation. « However, In defense of Mr. Allison we miKlit point out that in both Kame." the Hears H"t away to an early lead—and passing when you are in front is a business, a statement that even Clark Shaughnessy would admit. We will hazard a guess that if the Bears RP! behind in their same with (lie I'niverslty of Southern California in Ijos Angelep this weekend, the air will bo filled with float- int,' pigskin—something of a surprise, ya know, for the Trojans. The critics can talk all they want about the fans demanding "close WOO 11 t't Correspondent j competition" as the only requisite in the sports world today—but they can't convince this department. Al'UiK with 1.100 other fans, we had a very KOIM) chance to compare what I is termed major leaRiie play of today with som. 1 prewar class recently— and even to the most inarticulate of those present, the difference was astounding. The comparison was offered by Francisco (I'ancho) Segura, darling of the t'nited States I^awn Tennis Association and one of the top-ranking rac(|iict swingers in the business today: and Private Krankie Kovaes, who held a comparable position to that of Scgura before Kovaes turned, pro and entered the army. While the two tennis stars divided a pair of sets, the caliber of play presented by Kovaes was so much hiqher than that of the likeable* f'ancho (hat there was no comparison. In fact, I'rankie toyed with the South American in winning tfcc first set. pulled his professional thicks with such accuracy that he left I'an- clio shaking his head—and the crowd gaping in wonderment that there was such a wide margin between them. Weill's Men's Store YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR ADAM HATS Union Made ADAM EXCLUSIVE Others $5.00 to $10.00 \ Come In and Look Them Over They're.- Union Made, nationally advertised, and guaranteed in i>i\e you the newest in styles and the best of serviee. Home of Nationally Advertised Brands Van Heusen Shirts B. V. D. Sportswear Par-Tex Suits and Topcoats Artvogue Sport Shirts Weill's Men's Store 1315 Nineteenth Street . SEARS... 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