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• It! IS BAKKR8FIBUJ CAUUTUKK^*"'*""" 1 Renegades Open Fire on Long Beach Viking Ship Individual Players Are Described as They Await Series l»y OKOUGB KIIWH^Y tfrillMl t'rfw Staff Comumnndmt N KW YOHK, Sept. 25.—The njon who pitch and catch for tho Now York Yankees: Charlie Huffing—Husky German from Nokomla, 111., whoro 1m played on the firo department team with Billy Uogoll nntl Jim Uottom- Icy, all throe lator becoming major league stars. Worked In soft coal mine as youngster. Ono of boHt hitting pitchers in majors. Probably •would have boon outfloldnr but for mine accident In which two tons wore crushed. Monte Pearson—.Smallest of Yn.n- koo pitcher*. Looks Ilko Hophomoro. Off fldd ronHtimtly nrnnki.'H n. col- logo boy's plpn. Unfit! to work In nn ICP hotiHfl at hl« homo In Oiiklnml, Cnllf. llo« very dc.lleato movements. Cnnio tu Yunkui'H liocnuso ho wn* only mnjor IPIIKUO roKiilnr the cilub could K''t for Johnny A lion, whom MuniiRfr McCarthy wan determined to trada. Vornon Oomoz—beHl. drosnor on tho tonm. Durlni; his ilnctlim th« past two years from No. ) Houilipnw of majors ho hn« iicqulrod morn HUP- (irRtltlonti than liny player In majors. While 1m wns RolriK bud wirly tbl« y«ar KU Harrow. Ynnks 1 biiHlrif mnnagnr, hn«1 two iloiootlvrH on hln trail to find out. wlint hn was dnli in his spare linn 1 . lll« d'-cllim <lalcH from tho time ho picked up 20 pounds In weight itfu-r a wlnln jaunt to Japan In J93!i-:!0. \Vhmi ho picked up weight bin arm tightened up. When bin urni WIIH lonao nnd limber he hud morn epeed. Cnllc.l "Goofy" by teammate*. He In of Irish-Spanish rxlnirtlon. An Old Colonial Irving Hadloy—nnal Yanltro from old colonlul stock. Ono of br.nl odu- catod players In majors, having at- (Cnntlntifil on rage fUnrlrrn) RIDE 'EM COWBOY MIX WITH MALLETS GIANTS QUIETLY GO INTO CHAMPIONSHIP Tommy Hitchcock . . griind veteran and world's only 10-goal polo player, lends tho Americans. By IJ58LIB AVKRY (United rreti heated Wire) \TBW YORK, Sept. 2G.—The Now X1 York Giants have won the Na- lonal Loagno pennant, but they refuse positively, to gel oxcitod about t. "It was Just another ball game," said Terry, half-heartodly forcing a smile, after the O Ian IB had just won a blttor 10-Ititilug struggle 'rom the IioHlon BOOR to clinch tho championship, Terry's attitude was lust about as choory as that of any if his players. They woro happy but they woro weary. They had come from tho second division to tho flag slnoo mid-July. Tho sccno was so different from Lhoflo of 193B when tho Ht. Louis CardlnalH nonod out tho Giants for tho pennant on tho lout day of tho «nanon, and when tho Cubs triumphed with a 21-game winning Htroak, that, tho reporters couldn't unaerMtand It. "Hull, this Is a morguo," muttered ono, us ho attempted to elicit Homo bombastic quoton of what tho C.I Ian t a would do to tho Yankees In the coming sorlos. Jf tho Giants have tho leant hopes of diiHtlng the McCarthy men off, they uro kce.plng it a dark nocrot. At loaKt Mi'inphla Bill was not dls- pli'aw.-d at getting tho campaign over. Ho «alU "Thanks, old man," to Hal Schumacher, who pitched and butted the Olantu to their 2 to 1 victory, Besides limiting tho Hoes to novon hits, Schumacher drove in the wlnnlnjf run with a sharp single In the tenth. Kecrults I'toy As tho victory eliminated tho last artlhmetlcal chu-nco at being EFUL JIM DAY tttkon by tho Cardinal*, Teiry re- vlHcd lila lineup and 'Rave racrultH a chance In tho woeoml namo of tho twin bill and tho Ueon dusted thorn oft 4 to 0, Although out of the running for tho pennant, the Cardinals continued their drive for second place money by beating tho Cincinnati Reds twloo, fi (o 4 in the 12-ln.nlng opener, and 2 to 0 In tho abbreviated nlBht- nap— cut to nix innings because of dnrlcnoHB. Dlswsy Dean struck out nlno and doled out four hits In tho finnln, his twenty-fourth triumph of tho year. CubB Fall Tho Chicago Cubs foil 2'/i games behind the Cards • as they woro blanked, 4 to 0, by the Pittsburgh Pirates, who now trail thft Cubs by only ono game and have a chance to boat them out of third place. The Philadelphia PhlUlen whipped tho Brooklyn Dodgers * to 2 In the 13- first game of a double header, then bowed by tho same count In the finale. In tho only game played In the American league, tho Philadelphia Athletics downed the Now York Yankees, 4 to 3. AH Stars Obtain Aces for Outfit Sunday whon tho nowly organized "All Stars" baHobatl club clashos with tho strong hong Beach Merchants club at Uocroatltm Park hero at 2:30 p. m. sharp, a revised llno-up will tako tho flnld for tho "All Htar«." With First Baseman Boss of the, Hnn Francisco Soals on first, flaudo on second, P. I'halt at short, J. Uhult at third, Joo Solomon, Claud I<imn nnd Jim Tyaok In tho ontflolil, with Hid Strlngfellow of the llochoHtor, N. Y., club In tho box and Frank In Maygrcn nntl Walt Fllmoro behind tho plain, Jlggs Pnyrto, l>e.nH Heath and Marvin Mgnconl In re- Horvu, an woll aft big Corney Unruh In ri'inllni.'HH to pitch, them IN lltllo tlonht but what. Sunday's gamo will In; ono of tho beat of tho season, f;mH bellnvc. Tho I->oriK Beach club coinon bore wull recommciulod, having won a Jack Tidball Is Threat of Budge (llnUed rretii I.fated \Vfrt) LOS ANOELBS, Sept. 25.—Jack Tidball, a square-jawed former U, C, L. A. player with a blistering service and tho confidence of two consecutive tipsot victories today will attempt to halt Don Budgo's victory waltz toward tho Pacific southwest mon's singles crown. Tidball eliminated Frnnklo Parker, Hlxth ranking American star, in tho fourth round, then whipped a 6-4, tl-4 victory from tho veteran John Van llyn of Philadelphia In a quar tor-final tnatoh yesterday to keep pact! with tho rod-headed defending champion. Kudgn found Robert Underwood J OE) VLABNICK, fame warden in charge of the state elk ref- ugo at Tupman, 1» raising a baby elk deserted by its mother. "Raising it on a> bottle?" Vlae- nick was asked. "Bottle, nothing," snorted Vlas- nick, "that little elk sticks its HOBO into a pail of milk and drinks a gallon at a time." To Ted Penslnger probably goes the acclaim for shooting the largest deer knocked down this Reason in Kern county. With his "thirty-ottght-alx" Penslnger dropped a 200-pound buck, a four- pointer with a spread of 20^ Inches, the horn being an inch and a half thick at tho base. He also killed a three-pointer weighing 143 pounds. Thomas Harper, Jr., hunting with him, shot a three-point buck weighing 115 pounds. Where did Penslnger shoot his his buck? Oreenhorn Mountain 1 0. P. Smith, Casey Blue and Hugh Adam, hiking in . from Kalrview to Beech Meadows killed three three-pointers and two forked horn • bucks on a successful hunting trip. In addition to the venison they iad some good fishing, Transport Pilot Cectt Meadows, superlntodent of the Kern County Airport, Art Ferguson, Don Preston, Forrest Cassady and possibly one other man, aro planning a hunting trip Into the province of British Columbia, Canada. Leaving this week they will he gone for a fortnight, a ,ncout reports. Peto Peters came to see me and asked that this department request members of the Bakers- Held Rifle Club to get In touch with him about having a representation In the Frontier Days parade. Pete's telephone number Is 3481. He had throe medals with him, one representing first place for the 000-yard shoot In the 'San Joaquln Valley Rifle League meet and two others he won by pointing, the old Springfield a little more accurately than the rest of the boys in a Hollywood American Legion shoot. Tom Barnes and Harry Llbby made a clean-up la the Legion shoot, too. Tom won top place and Harry knocked off first In the 000-yard affair. By the way S. F. Anderson, resident of Taft and first class rifle shot Is the president of the San Joaquln Valley Riflo League. •WU5VBNT' FIUES Golfers to Open Qualifying Round Golfers of this county will begin to qualify tomorrow at Stockdale for tho fall tournament which will bo started after October 3. Each prospective entrant will bo roqulred to play 18 holes and everyone that qualifies will bo placed in a flight, according to Al Soanor. Tho Slockdale Country Club pro expects at least 100 to enter the tournament and ho urges every player Interested to get his qualification over as noon as possible. Miuuinl Andirula. foreground . . . from Urn Argentine, romim whirlwind on n hornit to tnrUIo I'lillcHl Htates pololHtH. this Speed Will Feature Oxy's Attack on Football Field little competition and used his drlv- majorlly of Its games this neaHon. j | nK backhand with deadly effect to A largo crowd IH expected to turn rm ,w the .Stanford University player out to Hce thin now club roprnHonllni; down fl-1, 0-1. MukerHfleld which. In tho opinion of) | n t, nu rnco f or lno women's titlo many, In thu brut one assembled for H)any yearn. The line-up for Long Munch will be: John Whlto, rf; Lawrence, cf; Vim Xant, lib; H. Kapling, IHH; L. Wlilto, lb; J. Kapling, c; Her- I nunoK, L'li; John MrKntght, If; Joo . MeKnlghi, p; and ban Itachtel, man- lagi-r. s r : will foaturo tho Occldon | .lobiiHon, full; Wnlt Mlddleion, nnlf; till f'ollope vandty grid t((|tunrn ; .1 ' * 11 1 11' • || , 11(11, t*nib t«int<ti'-i*«n, * "' ' ' ' I I I i i I i I It Vincent It-mi, half; and Aram Keje I 1 .' 1 "," 1 , ' K ' K ° y tou . nin ! m ' nl " v " r , " H blllll, h'llf. At leant three of then,! Mnrrison's nre llic Inrgcst varioly of ton- giillnn huts, Khirls nnd dress-up ideas for 1'rou- lior Days. Ihiy yours now while the Htock is complete. ID-Gallon Hats.. $1.95 up Shirts... $1.65 up Neckerchiefs.. 35c Hat Bands. .. 25c Levi's . . . $1.75 attack In tliclr RUIIIM will, tho burly : A. lln.Hm this Biituriluy.H,,,,,,.,, ,„-„„.„„„„ llt w ,«i.wo.,,1. U. r. L. on tli(> AVenlwootl turf. Wllli a half do/.on nion on the Hiimid who can run Ilio cciitin v aronnil It) nucoiuls flat, \Vllllnm "Illll" Anddrnnn will Inivo upood to burn in Kiittirilay'u confllrt. Sgieeil pliiti AiulorHiin'ii dii/./.IIni; HVNlein of trinity liilerulM will I" 1 cuniiliMl upon l>y the IttMiKulx In niahi< yiinlit toward th» nronilni'il land of touchilowiiH. In thu lO-Heuond cliiiui on Ander A'li-pt lit handling Hi" piirlihlili-, Anderson's mini will fill the ether with PIIMMPH Hut unlay. AlthmiKh Couch ' "ntwelghnd by tln> UrlniiH Ihe Tlucm will depend upon flint starling line- limn tu K''l Hi" Jump on their opponents Hampered tiy HID Injury of Mill HnrtloH. Mtellnr guard, Couch An <lr<rmiii IIIIH shifted III" Mm- roiiNld- "•rably to Miiilio ii|i for llm IOHH. <!uy Nntiii. veteran center, bus bc<«n fi-oni that position to Hurl win's nqiiud iirt. Dave Mimloff, guard, l.-tt'ii guard Job. CharleH Carolln Bubcock, black-haired Now Yorkor, moots Grucyn Wheeler, of Santa Monica, In a contest for tho finale. M!HH Ilubcock'a steady" play yesterday won her a fl-D, 9-1J match from Dorutby May Bunily, chunky daitghler of. tho former national champion. Minn Wheeler previously had do- fontoil Itarburu \Vlnslow, of Los An- Kol.-s IMS. 8-1. 9-7. Marjorlo Clladman Van Uyn won , from liorotby Workman, Los An- islio| ( . coin-si' Sunday. Tho play- , K ,.i,, H hu,,,,]^ 0.4, i;..|, f,,,- tho right ri-H will tot- off at I) o'clock In tho ,,, , 11( > cl A n co Marble In thu semi- nn>rnlng. Only a fow entrants havo signed to piny IIH yot but Sblpnmn UKUN KIVKK (iOI.I' 1 l>. Slilpiniin iinnuunccH Kern . i lilvor ('nuiitry Clul) will stUKO a finals Saturday. Lanky Yvou Pctra of Franco, a larger number Is expected to tearncit with Miss \\'orkman to cntrr tndny and tomorrow. i swnop a 0-1, li-tl victory from the * » • j national champion combination of (Ir-no Mako and Miss Murble. In another mixed doubles match Diidgu and Marjorlo Oladman Van Uyn eliminated I''rod Perry and Miss liabaock. fl-II, 0-11, «>-4. Men's dou bli'S matches found Van Uyn and Henry Culloy, Santa Barbara, do featliiK (lecirgc 'I'oley and Jack Lit RING ECHOES o Kodak. 131, Chi- outpointed Aitimmla Hlcilia, Sprlnnfleld, 111, (10). DALLAS— Henry llooli, 118, Indin mi polls, linorlted out Kid Ui- redti, 121, Mo \irn City, bin, li-3, I1-2; nnd Jacques Brugnon, li'rant'e, and Tidball eliminating Phil Neer and Mori Ballagh, Los An- Grid Lines (United /'res* Lea ted Wire) MOUAGA, Calif., Sept. 2G.—On tho ove of St. Mary's opening game with Gonzago, scheduled for Kezar Stadium In San Francisco, Coaoh Slip Madlgan was forced to bed with a stomach ailment and ill of- fcots of 100-degreo weather. As RlHtant Hcd Htradcr carried on in splto of an injured knee. Y—University of Call fornla'8 football squad was pro nounced In excellent condition for Its 1936 debut—a double-header with California Agglo and College of tho Pacific at Memorial Stadium Satur day. STANFORD UNIVERSITY.—8e rlously crimped by loss of two vet onux backfleld men, BUI Paulman and Jimmy Coffls, tbo Stanford eleven will moot Santa Clara Unl verslty hero .Saturday with fan predicting a 00-50 battlo. Santi Clara also was struck by Injuries losing Hal Soramln, an oxperlencec back. League Leaders (Atioolatci Preet Leaicii AMERICAN Batting—Appling, White Sox, .388; Averlll, Indians, .376. Huns—dehrlg, Yankees, 167; Geh- rlnger, Tigers, 142, Runs batted In—Trosky, Indians,, 156; Oehrlg, Yankees, 151. Hits—Averlll, Indians, 225; Geh- rlngor, Tigers, 223. Doubles—Gohrlnger, Tigers, 66; Walkor, Tigers, 65. Triples—Holfo and Dl Maggto, Yankees, and Averill, Indians, 15. Home runs—Oehrlg, Yankees, 49; Trosky, Indians, 42. - Stolon bases—Lary, Browns, 34; Powell, Yankees, 25. Pitching—Hadloy, Yankees, 13-4; Malone, Yankees, 12-4. NATIONAL Batting—P. Wancr, Pirates, .3720; Pholps, Dodgers, .3722. Runs—Vaughn, Pirates, 121; J. Martin, Cardinals, 120. Runs batted in—Modwlck, Cardl- alH,' 139; Ott, Giants, 134. Hits—Modwlck, Cardinals, 210; P. Waner. Pirates, 215. Doubles—Modwick, Cardinals, 63; Herman, Cubs, 50. Triples — Medwick, Cardinals; Goodman, Reds, and Camllll, Phillies, 13. Homo runs—Ott, Giants, 33; Ca- mllll, Phillies, 28. Stolen bases—J. Martin, Cardinals, 22; Oalan, Cuba, and S. Martin, Cardinals, 17. Pitching—Hubbell, Giants, 26-6; Lucas, Pirates, 1R-4. Opening Jaysee Gridiron r '• Conflict Will Be in South W ITH UNKNOWN . lngre|ilentB» Coach Jack Frost hopes to compound & depth charge to 'ex-' plode under the Long Beach Vlk- Ing craft today. The engagement is slated to start this evening at LounabeiYy. Field In Long Beach. For the first time in. 1936, tho Maroon and White will face the flre test. After today, Coach Frost and his staff of Don Robesky and John Clymer will be able to toll a great deal more what may bo expected of the coming Renegade season. Coach Harry Macon of Long Beach is also in something of a quandary with a mystery team on hit) hands. Ho lost two great mainstays of last season in Buck Arnold, center and Rod Speetzen, end. Among his candidates, Bob Stevens, midget back, looms as a strong contender for honors today. He totes the ball most of the time and can throw a mean pass. Three mid- western importations, Don Johannsen and Leon Wheeler of Iowa, and Paul Paramore of Michigan, will attempt to show their stuff today. Dannells, an end from Wilson high and Bonsman, all-coast league guard • from Los Angeles Polytechnic high, have seen lots of action in Coach Macon's scrimmage sessions. White, veteran end, and Pohlad, also a flanker, should bolster the • flank situation. The star of the team, Al Maloney, a loose-hipped half-back and veteran of many a Viking battle, has been hold in tho background for tho past few daya but is expected to get plenty of timo in tho Renegade tilt. First Game In 1930 Bakersfield Jayseo always presents a major football threat to tho Norsemen and have a fine roputa- tlon to uphold today. Tho first tlnie the two elevens met was in 1930 when tho game was deadlocked in a. scoreless tie. The Black and White toam of Long Beach took a 25 to 13 drubbing in 1933 and lost a 38 to 6 battle In 1934. This last gamo was a bitter^ ono, as local fans may remember. Renegade Lineup Frost is expected to star tho following lineup today: Robesky, center; Mohr, left guard; Hackett, right guard; Sheldon, right tackle; Wayno Fllkel, left tackle; Bill Monroe, right end; Barbosa, loft end; Vornon Older- ahiyw, center: Frankel, left half; JOB .Gmson, right half; Trout, fullback. GRID BROADCAST Tho 1936 curtain raiser for the Trojans of Southern California, their meeting with Oregon State, will bo broadcast from tho Coliseum starting at 2:15. Tho voice of Associated Sportciistor Frank Bull will be heard over KH.T, Los Angeles; KGB, San Kiego; KDB, Santa Barbara, and KEHN, Bakorsfleld. PBIJRY TO BE PRO HONOLULU, Sept. 25. (U. P.>— BUI Tllden, former world's champion tennis player, indicated today ho had learned Fred Perry, England, present world number one player, will turn professional within 10 days. Tlldon did not reveal the source of his information, nor did he say who had made an offer favorable to tho top-ranking amateur ISngllsh- man. Perry at present is'-;playlng In the Pacific southwest tennis tournament In Los Angeles, and Will compete in tho Pacific coast tennis championships at Berkeley, Calif., beginning October 3. "Tim" ChiiHHon, half, (llenn drov By KING A More Abundant Life GASOLINE ALLEY I'M •QOINT TO \ SAVS rr UP. \ \ IsAAV WAtsIT TO GET MARRIED, J ONCLE WALT, HOW T N1OTH1NG ME MOT QOIST I DOlMQ, SCMOOL THIS AM' GOIKJ' TO WORK. !M«STeAD? I SUGGEST VOL) GET A JOB FOR SATURDAYS AMD AFTER SCHOOL. THAT'LL IT. I M66D \ SOME EXTRA I MOMEV. / WHAT VOU BUT IF VOU FEGL HKE WORKING — By PHIL NOWLAN and LIEUTENANT DICK CALKINS HUCK KOiiKUS, TWKNTY-KH'TH ClflNTUUY A. 1). Breaks for Liberty THCY CWIKGCO /ATO W/ r ROOM. JBU7'/DIDN'T HI DE 'EM COW IK)Y .-' NOW FOR ; FAST ACTION-BEFORE ! ~, \ UltY DO SEE MG. ,-'-; Harrison's T ACCURSE PARTHUNGI- 1618 Nineteenth Street BUT WHERE HE_ NOW? BICYCLE SPECIAL Boys' Double-Bar Moto-Bike Equipped With U. S. Chain Tires $27.95 Ladies* Wheels $28.95 Juvenile Bikes $28.95 Roux & Kuentzel 1817 "Eye" Street Phone 986

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