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TUB BAKBKSFIELD ^CAUl'OttNtAtt, .THURSDAY, OBIT EMlMStt 17, 1838 Drillers Appear S Lack of Reserves May Be Cause of Worry for Conch_Grimili TJAKMHSKITCMI '"Kb. according J to Coach P. W. rirlfflth, has thn HlroiiBCBt looking Wind In many seasons. Urtff Is not worried about, his first siring—It Is tho Inrlt of rn- Biirvos that If) causing him to lose part of his beauty nap, Whnn ho llnml up throe "first" teams last night, for a stiff praelleo notion, ho voiced tho nr.od for evnry mil) to got ready for lots of action. Orlff «•»« nsnlstr'd, MB li" will l><nil ni-nBiiii, l>v f'»l' llnrnlNnii nnd .Tollll l.<IIIHllll«'t With III" fll'Nl I IlI-MI clf-vciiB. Tim nl her iriembprs of Kti- strong router wnrn tnUon In hmul by Jr>9H Stocklon, sandy-hiilr'-d nhucU troop niunlor. N A rpKiilar frnlnrr of Ihe fnolhnll roiirhhiB trdinl(|U" thin rwiinoii will ho (tliull HCNHloiiH held every after- noun In the rnilut H(l« riniBU. A lurcr liliK'lilidiinl will he rlnnnl up In front of III" chiNH. I'rnfcrtMirH (irlffllh, I<oim(nl'il, HiiriilBon mid Sloclilrm will Inctiirr. AH yot. tbr lirlllcrH Imvo had no plays but wit bin I ho next fow dnyn will hogln to lonni strategy by I bo "yard." Conrh (.Irlffllh will imr lh" SIIIIK- K.VNlom llilM Hfamm n« be bun dona lor thu |mnl few yi-uni wllh ff\v tnnovailnns. SciiNon I'liins l''ollowlng onn of Ills fitvorllfi prnr- (Icon, ho will utrlvn (or a hfiivj', hut tcrlng IC/LIII whlf'h will often bu rallf.'d upon to Htiirl KU.IIIHS, Thin hull I'tiib will Ixi hncUnd up by a light, fiuit I'lovfn ciipiihlo of ru/./.le- dii7,j:lf>. With about <ir> inun in (ho gamn squad, Orlff IIIIM a world of possibilities, It Is Imllrvort. HP plniiH lo toko a (earn of 28 rnfn to I'hoonlx this HCIIBOII which Is a fi'W lesn than in mar,. HURRY TO KNOCK OVER POLO CHAMPIONSHIP Lending a HWlft mull of ponloB ilownfli'ld, Tommy Illlnhcork, who rates IIH (hi! world's greatfsl imlo player, IH Hhowii about to comu through with another crack shot In the national opon championship lit VVfMlbiiry, Long~4slnrid. Mitch- tMick's Orcnnlrce team, winning over Tornpleton, now will represent America In the series wllh Argentina for the oup of tho Americas. YOUR REDIT IS GOOD AT ALL GOODRICH SILVERTOWN STORES ffi, YOU DON'T NEED CASH Goodrich SAFEIT Silvertown MRES WITH aoiDtN rtr UOW-OUT rnoruTioN BATTERIES CAR RADIOS HOME RADIOS (.oo«lrioh Silvci'loivu OIVULC) Stori-s cmmj TWENTY-FIRST AND K PHONE 723 Four Golf Stars Battle Seeking Final Round in Garden City Tournament Ily STIMHT CAMKItON 1,'nltivl I'm* Hj><>"» KilHbr CITY, N, Y., Sept. 17."Four otitntnndlng Hlarii, ono In oiiuli (|unrl(.'r of tlin ilruw fthuut, iitul 1!: olhi'i' playcm of varied KolfliiK proficiency, Iwttlod lodny to doionnlno Iho HomltlnalliUfi of tho natloiuil nrnnlotir champlonijlilp. Thn Htaiuloutfi In thn flulil nil phiy filartnd on llio ti-Rachorouu llnkH of thn (iitnlon City Club wnro Onialui'H Johnny Uooilninn, fornmr open rhiinililon nnd prime fuvorlh! for thn Illlo; Johnny Klmilu'r, lull. «hy two from Clnuliiiiall: Alhm-l (Huotty) ('nmpbull of Haul tin, HOI-OIK! only to (jooilinun IIH prnluiirnpy fu- vorlto; and Jock Mcl.ioan, H<-oUlnh Btur. Nono of Ihn Htnrii hint u aulup In tlui fifth round, to I ID played Loduy, and <;m:h was Hiiro u( a flffhl If ho wnro Rood onoiigh anil lurky nnutiKh o inovi) Into tlio c|imi trt-fliml. UoodiiiiLii'H opponent WUH 18 yenr- olil John IdingUiy of I,onilon, who will fiittir (Junihrldipi IhlH full. ThlH KnullHh lad's fourth round card exactly nintohMl iloorlnmn'N, li'lHchcr, Mar of UI|M yriir'ii \VulUc-r MIJI team, play OUH Mni-plimd. for- nvrly of TUXIIN, now of Chlfaifn. Moruliuid In u fonncr cup plnynr. Cimipbcll'N opponont IH Kill Iln|( of HyraciiHO, who IH living In a borrowed iiilloniohllo lralli<r unilnr thn troon Imcll of lliu Hi'vcntnenth (jri'i'n. Holt (loimn't flKlirn I" In-lit Hrolty. hut will iniiUo thci coant (H'n honr down. , Omaha; winner to moot Cdmpbr'll or Holt. Huffern (Tommy) Tiiller, Newport and Now York, vn. John ftlcHetl, Jr., Now York; winner to moot McLean or Mciilli. flay started at 0 a. tn., wllh 10 minute Intrirvuld hulwoeii rnatchaH. The aftfnioon (|iitirtp|--flnal round WIIM Bchediilinl to start «t - p. m, Taf t LightsHave Big GridJTurnout TAI'-r, League Leaders McLean, jiosslbly. hud tln> (Mi»l"Nt morning usNlgninnnt. Ho in''»tn Molvlllo K. lli'ivth, Jr., of 13o«tnn. Heath IH a former llnrviird K n 'f Rupiuln who Is plitylni; tn hlw Hncnnd national. A victory over MrLi'iui would bu cardoil u« an upset. Thn other fifth round inntchi-M Liiwrcnrti Lloyd, Port (.'hontrr, N. Y , VM. liny lilllows, PoiighktM-p nli'i winner lo inci'l Ooodnian or LiuiKli-v, I'nvlcl DuvlH, AitHlIn, vs. ItiiHM Miulln, C'hli'iigo; wlnni'i 1 to ini'i-l I'MMrhi'r or Mnri'lnnd. Olhor IMiilchen (iriii-Ril Volgt, Now Yiirk, v» Flnli A STORY BOOK LASS Hept. 17.—If numerical en n IHI definitely fNtiibUHhcd MM a criterion for u mmconHful foot- hull tcmn, ihnn ono oonld without nny nnrlotiH thonuhl. or coriHlilflratlon miy that tho Tuft lll(;h llKhtwplKhtfl, ooiicliPil hy Pop Molrna nnd Herald MiirknrMc, will Imvo unolhor oluiin- ploimhlp clovon. \Vhllo It IN liniioKHllilo to inn lie nny prcdli'lloiiH IIH lo what will foiiNtltuto thin yearn nluh, Iho following buyw loiili to ho a llttln morn promliiliiK than Iho othnrH after two nlghtD of drilling. Homo havo had cxperlcncfl and mlKht ho cliumod no roKUlarH, while oihPTii aru laokliiK In nny actual (,'nnin i'X|n-rlnnro whulKoovur. Kudu—Hill I'utlorHon, Howard Tliill, Hill l.ovltt and U'altur Lahart IIP. Tai.-klpn — I.ori'n Sllcox, Jack Dykos, O«ciir (Jiillnn. Lyiuait Conant, Ilill Caiifiniin nnd Hmvoy Clrlmoa. (linirdH—Holiort Poimldnon, Thll Kllinur, JOtnll HuntHcho, Henry MltMitr., \Vlnlfrnd I'roncutt and Richard Hrotiemiml. (^(•nlprN—li'mnk Hull, Lewis and Roy (Jim-all. Quiirtm-hin-lia •— rtiinHi-l .lohnuon, Jon Canmron and Hill Miller. llnlfhiu-liM—UongliiB (Inll, Itlchey Kinvaharii, John Murray, Culvlri irinnlllnii, Krod HlmmoiiN, Boh Miilu-i-, (.'llfford Hholton, Nrll Mltcholl und l'>niond l'll|,'i'hn l''iillhiirlin-•--Kri'd Mason, Hi-nlnald Itnrlipr nnd Mort Ill-own. The l.lnhl.1 will opon thp Kfnxon on Hr-ptrmlwr »'(! with Mnrli-opn, tho plai-e to \}fi dprldoil IhlH wook. If lilnyeil ill Marloopa It will he a dny Kiimn nnd If held hero, prohnhly a pri-lliiilnary to Iho .Santa Marlu-1 ll«l Hi-hool tilt. (Anooluleit Fret* f.vatml Wire) AMISUICAN Ualtlnff— Appllnn, Whlta Box, .381; Avnrlll, Indians, .(178, Kiina— (.lehrlff. yanltooB, l61;Cllft, Drowns, 1.13. Uuns bn.ttod In—Trosl«y, Indians, IDS; Uahrltf, Yankees. 144. Hits— Averlll, Indians, 219; Qoh rliiKcr, Tigers, 21.3. Doubles — Walker, Tlgors, 64; Cleh- rlnuer, TlBers, 6.1. Triples — Dl Maggie, Yankees, and Averlll, Indians, 16. Homo runs— Ochrlsr, Yankees, 48; Trosky. Indians, 41. Stolen bases — Lary. Browns, 82; Powell, Yankees, 26, Pitching— -Hadloy, Yankees, 13-4 Pearson, Yankees, 19-0. NATIONAL Hatting— P. Wnnor, riratea, .378 Plielps, Podgors, .371. Runs — Vnuglmn, Flrates, 119; J. Martin, Cardlrmlv, 118. RUMH batted In — Modwlok, Cardinals, 1!)2; Ott, Giants, HO, Hits— Medwlck, Cardinals, 209; P. Wanor, PlnitoH,- 207, Doubles— Medwlck, Cardinals, 09 Herman, Cubs, B3. Triples— Medwlok, Cardinals, C'a- mllll. 1'hllllcK, and Ctoo'dman, Reds, 13 Homo runs — Ott, Giants, 42; Oil' mllll, Phillies, 2G. Stolen buses — .f. Mnrtln, Cardinals 31; H. Martin, Cardinals, 17. Pitching— Hubbcll, Qiants, 24-0 Oumborl, Giants, 10-S. -- ^« » Athletics Tackle Bees Here Sunday HORIZONTAL 1 Tho heroine of " - In Womlerlnnd." f> She is a popular - - of fiction. 10 To dccUlm. 11 Henvy blow. Answer (o Prevlotu Vuw.le 18 To ullrr. 10 ArmndUlo. 18 Booted 21 Crnvnt. 22 Snaky neb. ai 4Ti Artist's frame. 47 Dvibblcs. 48 Above. 34 Smoker'. •"»"• plant. 81 Nnval n«36 Honey •»•»»»«• , gatherer. R2 M«"n»ure of 87 Renxon. »"«• 3D God of sky. !tt Alley. HO Whcnls. 85 Knoll. 42 To be notched. B7 Drove. 44 To entangle. SO She wna crentod by Cm-roll. CO Relieved. VERTICAL 1 Constellation. 2 Molten rock. 3 UnlUncfts, 4 Court, fl Stop! 7 Thinjjs not (olublo. fl To guide. 0 No} wet. 13 Native metal, 14 To consume. 17 To help. 10 Pronoun. 20 Sho In a character. 23 Cat In the book. 25 To gronn. 20 Italian river. 27 Striped fabric. 2tnYnlklnB slick. 20 Shield. 30 South Cnro- linn. 32 Observes. 34 Hlfilcl. 3fl 30 Ken 41 Hosing. •13 Wordn. 44 To ignore. 4fi Lion. 47 Cur«o. 40 Chum. 52 To tolal, f>4 Northeait, 5(1 You nnd mo. 08 Whirlwind. On Sunday tho two local hasohnll clubs, thn Bees and tb Athletics, will claib In a gamo, a Hneri>otlon Park, at 2:80 p, m. Thl promises to be tho battle of th< sonson, due to tho rivalry of tlv two clubs and also the ovrn grad of ball tho two local clubs hav playod all season, Bert Ilolllngs worth, manager of the Heos pal today. During the league seaMOl thn J.te.o8 were unublo to defeat th AlhliUlcH, althouKh thoy met foil times. All gamoH thona two club playtul lagolhor wore vory fasl. Ao cording to tho Boo players, tho expeul lo Inko tho. Alhlullcs Int camp Hunday, as they consldo theiuHolvciH much fastur than du lug Iho Inugue HOUDOII. Also as Ilia have been going Ihroufth sllff prao (ten nvory night this wook. As u addoil nllraullon, thn munaKei-N r (hn two olubs will Rive away flv n pusrien for games Hits year. EFUL' JIM DAY Eleven Games Remain as New York GJub Opens onHomePrive (United mil Ltntet Wire) O-I3W YORK, Sept. 17.~Savon and eleven are the nwgtc numbers or tho Now York Qlahtfl today. Tlie team of Tarry &p<J Huhbejl nd Ott ha* 11 games to play and victories will bring; tho New York earn the National League cham- lormhlp. Still 4V6 games ahead ot 8t. (Oiils, although they split a doublo- eader yoiHcrday with the Pittsburgh Pirates, tho (jlo.ntH are islatnmtnff own line Blretfih with cvory hopo or the title. 'I'M Cardinals alno dl- 'MM two Barnes yesterday and they 'fui'l, imsM tho Now York team that way. With ncvcn victories In their re- trmlnlna 11 frames before they clo« ho 1930 campaign on Heptornbcr 27, ho New York team wpuld win the >*>nnant regardless of What lliij 3ftrd8 Old In tholr remaining 10 r«inmn. If the Bt. LmilH club loses hrcft KninoM, Ihn UIuiltB can sow up ho Dug hy taking 4 out of II. Tho Chicago Cubs still stayet. rnathomatlcully In tho race by mov- rig within a half gamo of the Cards iprday when they won both onclH of a doublo-heador from tho Boston BOOH. Take One, LOHO One The Giants took the first game yesterday from Pittsburgh, 2<1, but H'opped the seoond, 4-8. Joe Moore Hnglecl with the bases loaded In thu fourth inning of tho opener, to give lio New York team the winning ead. Tn tho nightcap, the ancient Wai to Iloyl held the Cilanls to 8 hits and the Pirates staged a 3-run rally "n the third to win. The luckleas Cardinals dropped Lhelr opener when dicky Walter pitched tho Phillies to a 7-3 triumph. The St. Louis players made a triple ilay In the second Inning, Halnos to Vflw> to Duroohor, and Manager lHch iintl Durocher were banished for protesting (Incisions. Tn tlio second ganio, tho Cards came back to jrimk a "-2 tie In tho eighth Inning arid win, G-2. Cubs Were Lucky Tho Chicago Cubs were lucky to squeeze out a couple of close ones uvor the Heos, winning 8-1' and 4-2. Tex Carleton did tho hurling In tho first game and Bill Leo was on the mound In tho second. Billy Herman led tho Chicago a'.tiick with a perfect day at bat In the second game, four singles In four times at tho plate. Brooklyn won a doubiohoader from tho Cincinnati Jteclti, 7-4, and 10-2, The Dodgers now are only two and one-half games behind tho Bees. Tigers Creep Up Tho oontost between Detroit and Washington for third place In the American League saw tho Tigers creep up and tie the Idle Senators by winning from the Philadelphia Ath lotlcs, 6.2, Cleveland took tho Boston Red Box, 13-3, In a nunia called at the end of the sixth because ot rain Hal Trosky, Cleveland first sucker got a double, a homer and two sin gles In four times up, driving In five runs and scoring four. It was T ky'H forty-firm homer. Tho Yankee-While Box gumo was rained out and tho St. Louis Drowns also wore Idle. • More than 1000 lives have boon •iivcicl by a now transfusion teoh nlquo, In which blood Is used tha has boon taken from aacldont via tlms and stored for several weeks according to Soviet scientists. "ptVBJ 'em both'barrels," writes /^ R. B. Megiure to this department. "I too am shocked at the stupid and Hbort-»lghted policy of any chamber dr commerce, such an that one In the northern part of ,the Btate^ advertising, a doer shooting content, Every decent sjjorUiman, worthy of thd name, known right now. that the problem IB not to enoo'tirage destruction of game, bttt to prevent It, i "Game conservation will pl-event extinction of game and over a long period of time will bo a far more profitable asset to any connniinlty than any short-Hight- ecl policy of trying to sttfact a fow tourists by offorlrfg••* tbqrn prizes to kill all the gamo In the country.' 1 Another Speaks Up Another inau,' Bob Wyant, Hays: "I certainly deplore the Idea of holding fishing and hunting 'derbies.' Our job i« hot to kill off our game In the shortest possible opace.of timo, but Is a task of saving pome of it. Tho way it's going now looks like thero won't bo a bird foather, nor a fish scale left in California in a decade. Some one "ought to dont thofio 'derbies' with a baseball bat." White's Suggestion Stewart 13dward AVhlto, famous writer and sportsman, says tho only way to conserve ganie is to form sanctuaries for breeding grounds and never, under any circumstances, 'allow hunting or fishing inside of these sanctuaries. "I always thought," Bon Hougham said the other day, "that the men* were hunters and fishermen. What's a guy to do, however, when his wife flhoots more doves tlmn ho does and catches more fish? "Sho also tells me whon and how to shoot." "A back seat shooter," some one remarked to genial Ben, an automobllo dealer. "That's about It," he agre6d. , Another wife reported to have shot her limit of doves before her husband bagged his, is Mrs. Harold Nichols. Tho Nichols are both f|no all-around rifle, pistol and shotgun shots. Spy Oscar Wuldermur (this Is a fictitious name) Informs this department ttiat Perry Porter. Jayseo tackle hero for two years; Lloyd Wattenbargflr, another Jay- BOO grldder, and Wayno Ellis and Bob Berry, Jaysee basketball starn, are now attending San Joso Stato College, • where they will pursue their athletic studies. Jack Gore, whoso numerous friends anticipated for him an oarly recovery from g-unitls,, has recently boon exposed to tho virus ot the miniature camorltls bug and at last report wus muttering such phrases as: "Twentythree Scheiuer, fine grain emulsions, gamma factor reduces clumping of silver grains and over expose and under develop for minimum grain with smaller circles of confusion." Poor fellow, .he's as badly oft now as Fred Wominer, "Walter Froat, Dr. IS. A. Scnapor, and other miniature camera enthusiasts. KIUK8'— ON THE MAT I'rc>» Lcaieil Vfirv) MONTHKAI-r-Yvon Kobert, 219, Montreal, defeated I vim Mana- Koff, 225, Kussia, two straight falls. 110LYOKE, Mass.—'Vyaltcr Du- selt, Omiilm, defeated Joo Hogut, New 1'orlt, two straight falls. POHTLAND, Ore.—Pat Fraley, 220, Minneapolis, defeated Chief Chlwakl, 230, Indianapolis. —i 4 « «• [ RING ECHOES [ (Atioctateil fre»» teased Vftre) CLK.VELAND—Jimmy Viiuglin, 135, Clovulunil, outpointed Hay Slmrltcy, 13C, Cleveland (10). OAKLAND—Tommy LouRhran, 187, I'hllndelphla, outpointed Kay Impollotlore, 231), Cold Springs, N. y., (io). GRID COMBINATION LOS ANOBLEH, Sept. 17. (A. P.)— Hore's a combination that may prove dangerous to Southern California's gridiron foes this year: DavJe Davis and. Angolo Pecclantl. Thoy played In tho backfleld together for three years at Martinez High School. PeceiiuiU, a sophomore, took over Glenn Thompson's fullback berth In scrimmage, and with Davis skippering' tha team, turned In an outstanding performance. STANDINGS NATIONAL LKAOUE Won Lost Pet New York 80 D7 .60 St. Louis 82 62 .669 Chicago 82' 03 .500 Pittsburgh 78 07 .530 Cincinnati 71 73 .493 Boston 04 78 .451 Brooklyn 62 81 .434 Philadelphia 50 94 .347 Yesterday's Hcsulls Now York, 2-3; Pittsburgh, 1-4. Philadelphia, 7-2; St. Louis, 3-5. Chicago, 3-4; Boston, 2-2. Brooklyn, 740; Cincinnati, 4-3. Games Today Now York at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. (Only games scheduled). AMERICAN LEAGUE Current Renegade Squad Should Surpass That' of Last Season should have a batter team I than last year'.', -was CoacbH Jack Frost's cautious comment ojfA the 1030 Renegades yeBterdaj".< 'The baqWleld is heavier than last fall, averaging; 180 to 170 pounds whereas .It^formerly hit a 160- pound medium/' . • Up to , bjs' old 'tricks, ; Frost started his men oH with funda- ' mentals "and 16ts of them, ila'hofl a roster containing more than 60 names and found many .of his boys did not even know a correct stance. Some ot his candidates have never played football before and therefore Jack .is working wp .from, the ground. Ho has been drilling the team on lackllng, blocking, punllng and pausing. The squad ha« learned* four plays and will get but few more by the time 11 plays Xidng Beach Jayseq In Long Beach. , . 1930 Grid Edition Hero is Homo of the nmleflal opponents will faco when they tanglo wllh Ihe Renegades in 1936; lands, Barbosa, Monroe, Moon, Hackney and. Bunting; tackles, Sheldon, FH- kel, Jones, J. Sprague, Soils, Singleton and Cowani guards, Mohr, Hack- oil, Webb, Watlron, Svlmlnoff and Bruce; centers, llobesky, A. Sprague, White and Pollock: fullbacks, Jeffries, Vermllllon and Trout; quarterbacks; Maddux, Duncan and Older- sbaw; right halves, .Tung, Smith,* Townsend and Mffinger; left halves, Krankel, Hooper, Gardner, Plorruool and Harrison. Strongest In Years Coach FrosfH job now is to build up his tacklo and center position and to develop a few ball carriers in his. backfleld. Tho consensus among Maroon and White followers is that the local Jaysees Imvo .the . slrongest team, potentially, they havo had In years. ' * •» « » • L. A. NET TOUHNEY LOS ANGEL13S, Sept. 17, (A. P.)— Fred Perry of Kngland and Don Budge of Oakland head tho foreign, and American scedlngs in tho tenth annual Pacific southwest championships, opening tomorrow at the Los Angeles Tennis Club. Three Frenchmen—Jacques Brugr- non, Yvon Petra and Porro Pclizza— are seeded behind Perry in the order named. Back of Budge are Francis X. Shields, Franklo Parker, John Me- Duxrmld, John Van Ryn, Gene Mako, Sydney B. Wood and Arthur Hen- drlx. New York Chicago 78 Washlnglon 77 Detroit 77 Cleveland 70 Boston 72 St. Louis 61 Philadelphia 49 Won Lost Pet. 98 48 .607 OB .54D OS OS 68 74 00 95 .531 .531 ,528 .439 .302 .340 Yesterday's Results Detroit, 0; Philadelphia, 2. Cleveland, 13; Boston, 2. (Only games scheduled). Games Today Chicago at St. Louts. Cleveland at Detroit. (Only games scheduled). CyVSOLINE ALLEY It's a Promise By KING I KNOW THEM ALL. B^/ THEIR FIRST WMAES AMD TWEV ALL KK1OVV KAE. DON'T WAWT \ DOW'T WAMT TO QO AWA.V X^S OF MS CHICKEMS «I. u. t. rii oir.i trniikt, IM«. ky o-lcm Trlkum». V. Ntwi 8n<l<>u ( WWEM VOU GET THEM READY FOR MARKET; voou. COT OFF THEIR HEADS AS GENTLY AS V VOO CAM, WON'T YOU, \ CKARLIE. UUCIC ROGERS, TWENTY-FIFTH CENTURY, A. D. Startling: Discovery By PHIL NOWLAN and LIEUTENANT DICK CALKIN&" . " VTFINALLY / GOTA CHANCE. HELPLESS IN THE U HANDS \\ OF THE l ' mLLAOIAN .. P!RATES-\V THEIR "FATIGUE STICKS" PRODUCED AN ALMOST mRALYZINS WEARINESS. NOTHING OUTSIDE BUT ROCKS- AND OUST .'-THE SHIP IS . BURIED IN THE GROUND/IF OUR 9PACE PATROL CAN LOCATE IT. OR IF i CAN MANAGE; ' TO MAKE A BOLT / FOR FREEDOrW- TRIED TO APPROACH A w&v7»fy/vr*f£no 6ET BACKy THERE/ ' I'M ON THEIR SHIR ' ALL RIGHT- BUT CAN 1 \ ESCAPE?-1 DON'T EVEN \ KNOW WHETHER WE j ARE STILL ON CERES - i OR A MILLION MILES / OUT IN SPACE / OH ALL RIGHT.' \ JUST WANTED A BREATH OF FRESH AIR-

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