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'Underdog Bears Earn Tie , With Falling S. C. Trojans By Kl) SAX FHAXCISCO, <xt. 9. iu.p>— 'Another spine-tingling tie game that left 40,000 Angelenus limp in their Coliseum seats today put the University of California Bears one jump ahead of the southern California Trojans in the Pacific coast conference Rose Bowl race. Coach Stub Allison's Bears. 2'.-a to 1 underdpgs, grabbed a 6-6 tie and came within inches of a second touchdown that would have marked Saturday's greatest footbal upset. ,But Jeff Cravath's Ruse Bowl champions emerged with a deadlock; matching a 13-13 stand-off with U. C. lj. A. in their opener. The Uclans, defeated G-0 by Cnli- lornia in their other conference Same, dropped a 14-12 decision to San DioKO naval training station. The 1'acific northwest conference entry, L'niversity of Washington, walked over Willamette, 40-6. Other week-end results saw Ala- tiieda, Coast Guard blank St. ilaiy's College, 18-0; the Fourth Air Force from March Field rolled over the Fleet City Bluejackets of Camp Shoemaker, 3!)-0; the Kl Toro Marines •wampcd Beaumont (Texas) Air Base, 62-0; Nevada turned back Arizona Ktate, 25-6; University of California's Ramblers topped the Klatnath Falls Jlarines, 13-9; and the IT. W. C. junior varsity sank Iledlands, .12-7. No conference games are scheduled for this Saturday, California meeting College of the Pacific at Berkeley, U. C. I,. A. playing St. Mary's College at Los Angeles, I.'. B. C. taking on St. Mary's'Xavy Pro- Flight at Fresno in a night game Film City Rangers Rack UpSixth Win The Hollywood Rangers near the half-way mark of the new American professional football league untied and undefeated. The strong Film f'ity eleven—powered by five former I'niversity of Southern California. Trojans—racked lip their sixth victory of a 14-game schedule by crushing the hapless Oakland Hornets, :!S-0, Sunday. Prttsaging the Rangers' first real test, their opponents of next Sunday, the T.os Angeles Wildcats, rolled over the Portland Rockets. 20 to 7, behind the pass pitching of St. Mary's Andy Marefos. The win was the "first for the Wildcats. In the league's other game the San Diego dinners edged the Los Angeles Mustangs, 7 to C. the winning margin being a drnpkiek conversion by Halfback Bob Hess. Although operating without their backfield star, Steve Bagarus from Xotre Dame, the San Diego Bombers flattened the Oakland Giants, 21-0. in the Giants' 11144 debut in the Pacific Coast Professional League. Joe Manski subbed for Bagarus and tossed passes for the first rally. While the Powerhouse San Francisco Packers were trampling the Hollywood Wolves, 2fi-7, the other northern member of the same league. San Jose's Mustangs, rallied to de. i'eat the Los Angeles Bulldogs. 14-:!. The Mustangs overcame a first quarter field goal advantage by scoring touchdowns in the second and fourth periods. The Packers rang up 19 points in the first half in a power display, but the game's highlight was staged by Hollywood when St. Mary's Harry Mattos arched a 50-yard pass to Kandy San ford for a third period touchdown. KMRRY and \Vashingtnn scheduling Whit! man at U'alla Walla. | Nevada plays Tonopah Air Field i at Itcno and Arizona State meets i Compton College at Flagstaff in j other Saturday games. Sunday, Ala- I meda Coast Guard and the Fourth Air Force tangle at San Francisco and San Diego Navy plays host to tile Kl Toro Marines. U. S. C. drew lirst blood against California. Jim Hardy passing L'"> yards to Gordon Gray early in the second quarter after the Trojans had battered unsuccessfully at the Bear goal. But star Bear Guard Bill Hachten nabbed a fumble on the L'. S. C. ;iti and the Bears marched on the ground to the tieing score, Jim Muir going over center from the one. Midway in the final quarter Muir, George Quist and Jed Garthwaite al- leruacd in a drive from the Trojan 4S, Muir ramming up the gual line at the climax but failing to get the referee's nod for a touchdown. First down were 10 to 7 and yardage 1115 to 14'J in favor of U. S. C. Cal Bears Hold Top Spot in Bowl Race By Kl) EMERY SAX FRANCISCO, Oct. 9. (U.R) — The undefeated L'niversity of California Bears hold the lead in the Pacific coast conference Rose Bowl race today off their ti-(i tie with U. S. C. and (i-0 win over I'. C. L. A.—but watch out for those Washington- J luskies! The end of the first round of play among the three California members of the conference found them standing hue this, adding in that sensational K!-j;i U. S. C.-L'. C. L. A. tie: Team— W. J.,. T. Pet. California J 0 1 l.OOO I'. S. C 0 0 '2 .000 r. c. L. A o i i .000 Washington 000 .ODD California meets L'. C. L. A.'s winless Bruins again in Los Angeles. November 11, and the U. S. C Trojans journey to Berkeley for a second crack at the Bears, November IS, before tangling with U. C. L,. A. in the season's finale, November "a. But enter Coach Pest Welch's University of Washington Huskies, looking for a chance to redeem themselves after their healing in the Rose | Bowl last New Year's at the hands of I'. S. C. in the first all-western classic. The Huskies have prcpped for their conference season by trouncing Willamette University, 71-0 and 40-li, and Whitman College, fiO-K. They polish off against Whitman again this week, then turn their eyes southward. Navy regulations forbid absence of most of Washington's stars from cHJfsses, but a one-week interval between semesters will allow the Huskies to meet C. S. C. in a Monday night game at Los Angeles, October -3, and California the next Saturday, October 2S. in Berkeley. A sweep of the two games would make Washington the logical choice of the conference for the Rose Bowl. U. C. L. A. already being defeated by California. Unfortunately the Bruins could not be fitted into the Husky schedule. Washington's November schedule includes both the Fourth Air Force and Second Air Force, both powerful service teams, who would test the Huskies but not affect their conference standing. ONE MAN'S VIEW ON WORLD SERIES Ity KRKDKRK'K C. OTIIM.IN AT SPORTSMAN'S PARK, ST. LOT IS, Oct. 9. (URi—All right, then. I don't know anything about baseball. Neither do a lot of other people and if you experts will leave us alone today, and quit sneering, I'll get along with my inning-by-iuniug report on the fifth game of the World Scries: The customers are fighting their way into the ball yard" at 2 p. in. It's cold and I have no overcoat and there goes the "Star Spangled Banner" by a 20-pipco. I'nlon band. First innings: Cardinals—Three j baseballors who shouldn't be em- ! barr.-i.sseil further by seeing their j names in print nearly break their j necks striking out. i Crowns—The management an- i nounces that the ticket holders can keep the foul balls for souvenirs if they can hang onto 'em. The hot coffee tastes like cool mud. Second inning: Cardinals—H-m-m- m-m-m-m-ni. Browns—JCarilla hits a ball into the grandstand and now we've got a fist fight, with an usher in a baby blue uniform as referee. The little guy In the green necktie gets the bull: the fat guy who doesn't get it is sore. A big league baseball is worth $2..",<). Third inning: Cardinals—Later on, maybe, something will happen. Browns—K'reevich gets to second bn.se because one of those Cardinal outfielders stumbles over his own feet; looks to me as though both of his shoes are lefts. Fourth inning: Cardinals—This j ball park is the only place in St. I Lnuis where you can buy all the cigarettes you want. Browns— Kvery time Xarilla swings at the ball and misses, he falls down. This gets dirt on his white suit and that's no good, the dry cleaning situation being what it is. Fifth inning: Cardinals—Are you gelling bored, loo'.' Browns—A four-motored bomber buzzes the field and buzzes it again and if that pilot comes any closer I'll be writing an item about a plane wreck. Sixth inning: Cardinals—Panders hats out a home run between the legs of an awe-struck movie cameraman earning his living on the roof <jf the right field pavilion. Browns—Christina n strikes out, with three men on base, and it's a good thing there's a fence between him and the patrons; otherwise he'd be a freshly slaughtered baseball player. Seventh inning: Cardinals—Seat number 4 in row number 5 is the hardest I ever sat on. It's made of slats and I bet. I'm marked for life. Browns—Galehouse, the pitcher, hits to second and puts on a Brown sweater with tan sleeves enroute. I told you it was cold. Kightli inning: Cardinals—Lil- whilcr knocks a second home run into the lap of a lady in a purple dress in the right field pavilion. He's excited; so is the lady. That's it, friends. I don't care what you may see elsewhere, the rest of this ball game doesn't matter. SPO fcfje JJaherstfielb Califorman Monday, October 9, 1944 SERVICE FOOTBALL SQUADS APPEAR EVEN GREATER THAN LAST SEASON WIATHIRPROOF FOR Longer Wear FLORSHEIM STORMY LEATHER Winter weather's hard on shoes... so make Florsheirn Stormy Leather your Arst line of defense. You have your health to think of too —so play safe, choose shoes designed and built for weatherproof longer wear. Most ityla I|O 50 <""**\\ HARRY COFFEE Fresno and Bakersfield College Grid Scores By Associated Press SIMMY Alameda (Calif.) Coast Guard IS, St. Mary's 0. Camp Peary 38, Camp Lee 0. Bainbridge Navy 53, Camp L/e- Jeune 7. Georgia Pre-Flight 33, Cherry Point (N. C.) Marines 0. Fort Pierce Navy Amphirs 40, Miami Naval Training 7. Charleston (S. C.) Coast Guard 14 Chatham Field (da.) 0. Two Hundred Twentieth Engineers, Camp Campbell (Ky.) 1'J, Fort Knox 7. Bowman Field 44, Fifty-Eighth Aircraft Engineers (Nashville) 0. Nevada 25, Arizona State Teachers C. LATE SATURDAY Oklahoma 21, Texas Aggies 14. Tulsa -7. Kansas o. Oklahoma Aggies 14, Texas Tech 7. Kl Toro (Calif.I .Marines re'. Beaumont. Texas, Army Jlaidcrs o. St. Olnf I.'!. Cornell (Iowa) 0. Yillanova 7, Sampson Naval C. Florida L'7, Jacksonville Navy 20. Central (Ind.) Normal 6, Franklin G (tie). Amarillo (Texas) Army Air 31, Lubbock Army Air 0. South Carolina 0, Miami University 0 (tie). HANDSOME—Looking as if he was rehearsing fur Alfred Lunt's famous role a.s "The Guardsman." Bert Brandt, XEA Service-Acme camera correspondent for the war- picture pool, poses in a fur coat and cap oC sort used by Germans on Russian front. Outfit was part of tons of equipment abandoned by Germans who fled from Verdun. thinu' about the 1 In 'in I lie pi It'll - ONCE AfJAlX—The Jeffries Barn from Yisalia is here again, which means fans will witness sensational boxing tonight at Strelich Stadium. Killer Piffcr, one of the Yisalia top-notch fighters, will meet the skilled and speedy John Sonuey in the main carding. Tho winner of this event will have a. chance at the slugger from Old rtivor. Tommie Garzelli, next. Monday night. Cal Coolidge. (above), alter dropping a very close decision to Sonncy last week, meets Steve Bancarle, a boy who is known as the best. The special event features Pedro P.alderas against Armando Torrero. The feature match pairs P.akersfieUl's jitterbug, Kay Harness, with Ke- cardo Gonxalcs, Jeffries' own jitterbug. Other scheduled bouts will be Pablo Garcia vs. Florencio Arvisu; Warren Keeder vs. Sol Muno/; Joe Orosco vs. Pete Lemos; and Alvin \Vheelan vs. Hob Lewis. NEW RECORD IN SERIES PLAY Ity III (ill Kl I.KKKTON, .Ir. XKW YORK. del. li. l/P)~-Second KUI ssiim tin 1 scries . . . at ion:; rant;' 1 the innst si i'ik; n~ World Soiirs. asid inu. is tin 1 futility of some efforts . . . for Instance, four pinch hitlers fared .Mort Cooper veslerday and al! four fanned . . . the Br made a siiceessful yet and at least tu terday to lay down a luint that would advanre a runner . . . when tin 1 Browns had the liases full in the sixth, Xarilla and I'hristman just stood | here while Cooper fouled a tliird strike past them. Sanders did I he same lliiny for the Cards with two aboard in the eighth inning of the 1 third K:ime . . . on the other hand Ken O'Dea has established a new ree- ord with his third pinch hit in World Series competition; .Mort Cooper, beaten on hits by Moore and Mc- Qiiinn in the opener, held that pair hitless yesterday and ehalked lip three strikeouts against tlieni Professor Solves Rocket Problems LONDON. Oct. It. (UP)—Two of the major problems—ballistics and sighting—which threatened to delay installation of rockets in Allied fighter planes, were solved by Carl David Anderson, professor of physics at California Institute of Technology, it was disclosed today. The noble prize winner was flown to the European theater when the difficulties developed, worked out the problems, and returned to the United States. YOI NC MAN'S <;.AMK While the "su'eel seventeens" of college football are earning so much attention this season, the old guard refuses to surrender in the pro- league-- risking their brittle bones for the glory of Tenth Avenue Tech -— otherwise the New York Giants — are Ken Strong, age "7. Mel I loin. ',>'>: Arnie Herbert, :!:!; Ward Cuff, 30; and Hank Soar, L'!'. MONDAY MATINKK Although Sammy Baugh wasn't on hand for yesterday's HI-HI Redskins- Kaglos tie. the "jinx" in which Sammy has figured prominently held good. The Philadelphia club has never beaten Washington in Shibe Park — tip from the southwest says Tulsa's Henry Frnka is holding back a freshman tailback whin, Bobby Stuart, to spring on the. Iowa Sea- hawks in November. I.I KKS RAD HOY Sig Jakucki. the "semi-pro" pitcher who started for the Browns Saturday, was bounced out of the lli-tl National semi-pro tournament because he had signed lo play with two different clubs that year. The next season Sig became annoyed at the umpire's decision in the Wichita tourney, caught the arbiter on a bridge and was about to dunk him in the Arkansas river when the cops arrived. And as a result, be was ruled nut "f the IHJH tourney. Ity II.IKOI. XF.W Yi>r:K, MM. !>. </P>—Baseball hasn't l'oi<.ikeii Hi" limelight yet but alroadv tin tontball picture for Iliis third \\.ittiine season has been clarified to the extent of determin- im; the haves and have-nots. Although serviie teams have thrown some miuhty blocks In the two mid ea rnpa it;ns sinee Pearl liar- bor the coming se.tson may he their best. Already Xortli i'Molina Prc-Flii;ht has polished oil' the I'nited States I Xaval Academy squad and Duke. each a leader in ils district, and the , Middies, a di-tinet candidate for national boii'ir- 1 . Randolph Field crushed Riee and Texas on siloes- ! si\e Satiiid.iNs \\ith a combined scoring total of l»l points to ti. In addition, there are the Iowa Seahawks. c,rc.il Lakes t'.lncjackets j and the highly publici/ed Second Air ! Force Superbomhers are willing and | more than able to defend themselves ! on the gridiron. i In strictly collegiate circles the i same hierarchy apparently will pro- : vail. Xolre Dame, last year's national champion, subdued Tulane Saturday, -l! to li. for ils second strai.Kht vic- i tory and this Saturday takes on j Dartmouth. '-'(' to li victim of I'enn- j sylvani:!, al Huston. Tulsa has streaked to two straight and stands beside the Irish as potential best , amoiu; the indepeudenis. : 1'urdue, which disposed of Illinois i by I!.") to in. Ohio State, 111 to U vic- j tor over Iowa: and Wisconsin, which j downed .Maiqnelte, Jl to 2: loom 'strongest in the Bit; Ten. I'nrdue, .1) CI.ASSKN co-t•hampimi \vilh Michigan n \ear a to, is ho-t to !.,«•;, J'le-Flight on Saturday while the Radars and Buckeyes eollid" at Madison. I'enn, u ho takes on William and Mary next; Army and Xary have their usual placen atop the eastern I heap. The Cadets used everyone on their roster while downing previously unbeaten. Broun, .",:» to 7: and Xiivy pushed aside Penn Slate. 5.1 'o !-I. This \vee|< Army pneac^s t'itt and the Middies are hosts to Duke's twicp-hcali li hut powerful eleven. • leoruia Tech. u inner over Xorth Carolina, and Tennessee rule in the southeast circuit while Duke and , Wake Forest are tops In the snuth- , ern loop. Tennessee, back on the ' urid map after a brief wartime hibernation, already has defeated two conference foes and Saturday 1 has Florida as its >, r i|pst. Tech opposes Auburn, 7 to <i victor over St. Mary's Eleven Loses to Coast Guard Fort P.ennings Fourth Infantry team Saturday. Texas and Rice, despite their druhhinns by Randolph Kield. continue as the southwest conference favorites although both are busy with non-conference foes this week with the Longhorns entertaining Oklahoma, and the Owls playing Tulane while Southern Methodist has the task of trying to stop the Flyers. Washington rolls along as the outstanding team of the Pacific northwest bur there is little to choose among Southern California. California and I". C. L. A. iu the lower tier. The Trojans, early favorites, have been lied by the others, the Hears earning a fi to (J deadlock Saturday. This week-cud Southern California visits St. Mary's Pre-Flight, St. Mary's College tangles with I". C. L. A. and California opposes A. A. Stagg's College of the Pacific. SAX FRAXC1SCO, Oct. !>. (UR>— i The undermanned and outweighed 17-year-olds from St. Mary's College lost their second football game of the season yesterday, nompr down 1S-0 before tile Alameda Coast Guard at Ke/ar Stadium. A crowd of 13.000 saw Lieutenant Joe Yerducci's Sealions run np three second quarter touchdowns, ami then cheered Jimmy Plielan's Gaels when they uncorked a steady last half aerial attack that nearly evened the statistics. Dale llalhert took a pass from Gonxales .Morales tor the initial counter; Boh Fernandez galloped 5S yards for the second and Doin Menicucci phinsed three yards for the third. Bolh teams lost one touchdown on penalties. A quiet evening at home becomes a (t& 3 £l($& occasion -with delicious Bourbon de Luxe! A good book, a comfortable chair, and a bit of Bourbon de Luxe . . . there's luxury for you . . . quite within the rules of simplified living recommended for these times! 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