The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 16, 1944 · Page 12
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12 LUES! COflST OX MAMS Once Powerful Navy Now Football's Mystery Eleyen By JACK BLNDV L nitrd I'rew* Staff Correspondent NOW SHOWING—6:45 Anna Be«.t Seller— The Story of MKN WHO \\KKK HINTED— The SKVEN WHO ESCAPED from A Nazi Concentration Tump! Starring Spencer Tracy In His Most Thrilling Role "The 7th CROSS" with Signe Hasso Hume Cronyn and a Score More PLUS— THII u a.<,'<( Sti-phonir I y •«, OWE PS BACHELOR ROBERTS ONLY 2 MORE Doors Open DAYS 1:30 EDWARD G. ROBINSON MrWlNhli: tiOEStoWAB CO-HITl K Barbara Stanwyck Fred MacMurray Double Indemnity M LAST DAY— "Flight to Freedom" "Outlaws of the Desert" Starts Tomorrow lOinAUTHENTIC! NOT A HOLLYWOOD PRODUCTION! w • THtTCRROR FILMEDWHFRF THE WIVES LIVE WITH THE PIGS IN THE LAND OF THE CANNIBALS - AND SAVAGES EVERY FOOT FIlfHEO in THE WESTERD PACIFIC ISIARDS HHCRC OUR BOYS MS FIGHTING CROUP. FIJI HIVAOA'POlYDESIA'tAmOAJ tW HtBRIDfi-TUlAOl wiSTinn soiomons mflLAKUlA-BllWA "1AIAGA ISIAHO Plus Second Big Hit! Buster Crabbe "Rustler's Hideout" • NO ADVANCE IN PRICES • "A thrilling picture! One of the best ever!" —Irving Berlin DARRYL F. ZANUCK'S WILSON ffl .'< fl Hfft Directed by HENRY KING Written for the Screen by LAMAR TROTTI A 2Olh C«nlvryFo> ficlur* THEATRE PRICES MATIN KK. 2:ir, r. M. AMI. .''%* !T/ *"??,! Children .33 .07 .40 TWO Shew* He "' l «» • •«« •«» -65 n _ii u Kiuirrs 8:iB v. M. •Wiy Vrirn T»* Total 1-16 P M »nrt -*' 1 "' 1 " . M'i ,IH 1.10 .«'».. «.'hlWr«n .46 .«» .55 0:1$ P. M. Hervlw . .«» .K .76 N'KW YOp.K. Ort. If..— Big-gent mystery of ilic run-out football ramis: AVhat has happened tn Navy? In prc-scaMon estiniHlcs. tho mill- dies of Annapolis shaped up as one ! of the most powerful elevens ever I to wear the Iiluo and Kuld. 1'roKiins- i tlentors unanimously picked them to • repeat for the Lambert trophy, em- | blcmalic of eastern supremacy. ', Many enthusiasts even reiu hed for j Hie laurel crown of national cliani- ! pionship. Cloudbuslers must have the most powerful service team in the country." Which apparently was an over-statement; because it came to pass that only last Saturday X. C'. J're-Klight was held to a 13-13 deadlock by Virginia, which already had succumbed to North Carolina State, which had succumbed to C'lemson, which had been beaten by Georgia Tech, fil-0. Incidentally, Navy on- KaRes Georgia Tech at Atlanta, Saturday. Navy did better In Its second game, beatlnp Penn State, 55-14—a credit SPORTS fctje Pabersfielb Calif or man Monday, October 16, 1944 It seemed that nothing—probably • able performance, though by ; not even Notre Dame—I'ouid stop this dreadnaught. whli'h Commander Os- rar "Swede" Hiigberg took over when Commander John "Bllllck" \Vhe1ehel shifted to sea duty. It was a veteran outfit which included most of the regulars who had suffered only one defeat last sason—l>y Notre I lame. Hnghrrg'a null it seemed to have everything — and in deptb. Other conches gazed with green eyes at the galaxy of talent on the Severn. However, this highly-touted Navy team wa.s beaten In its opening game. 21-14, by North Carolina Pre-Hight. Whereupon the stunned experts chorused, "Oosh! Those Carolina means startling. Perm State has had a mediocre team this year, as witness its 2fi-0 defeat by wobbly Cornell and its eye-lash victory over weak Franklin and Marshall. In the third Navy encounter, last Saturday at Baltimore, the middies were forced to the limit 1o eke out a 7-0 victory over Duke. If Duke had eorne into this contest unbeaten; if Duke had a team that WHS a national threat — Navy's difficulties with the Blue Devils might have, been understood. But Duke already had been humbled by Pennsylvania and by the same North Carolina Clotidhu'sters that upset Navy. Sailors and Fliers Battle to 20-20 Tie By Unit Powerful s'erviee elevens led west coast football squads in last weekend's gridiron battles, with the thriller of the week being staged in San Francisco, where Major Paul Schissler's Fourth Air Force Fliers played to a 2.n-20 tin with the Alameda Const Guard Sea, Lions. The other 1op service club of the; west, the Flying Marines from HI Toro. managed after considerable effort to defeat the; San Diego Nuvtil Training Station. fi-0, which the week before had won from r. c. L. A. Tho Fliers, studded with a half- do/.en nil-Americans and college WESTERN DANCE and Harvist Jamboree Featuring Mn»ic by the TEXAS TOINAIOS "Music of the West at Its Best" •nd • Host of Stars Radio Singers Rose Maddox Curlcy Roberts See BILL EDWARDS and His Trick Fiddle Old-Time Fiddlers' Contest (Anyone can enter, brine your Fiddle to the dance—Be there at 8) • BAKER8FIELD Union Avenue Ballroom WEDNESDAY October 18 Dancing 9 Until 1 Admission $1 Inc. Tax OUDALE Phoni- 26636 Last Time* Tonight "MIRACLE OF MORGAN'S CREEK" "Th«y Llv« In Fear" Starting Tomorrow "Uncertain Qlory" "Jive Junction" Last Time* Tonight "NO TIME FOR LOVE" "IN OLD MONTEREY" Starting Tomorrow "STANDING ROOM ONLY'" "SECRETS OF SCOTLAND YARD" Last Times Tonight "NO TIME FOR LOVE" "SAILOR'S HOLIDAY" Starting Tomorrow "UP IN ARMS" "ROGER TOUHY, GANGSTER" Open Daily at 12 Noon Now Playing SPENCER TRACY, IRENE DUNNE in "A Guy Named Joe" Johnny Mack Brown In "WEST OF THE RIO GRANDE" Cartoon New* "RATIONING" "LOST CANYON 1 * od Press -stars from all over the country, pushed the Sea Lions off their feet during the first few minutes of play. nut after Woody Strode, Negro end from U. C. L. A., snatched one of all-American Jack Jacob's passes and raced .IS yards across the goal line, the. Sea Lions snapped out of it to finish strong on the Fliers' ii-yard stripe. Among the collegians, the closest thing to an upset came, at Fresno when the U. S. C. Trojans eked out a 6-0 victory over the St. Mary's Pre-Fllgh't Airdcvils, an aggregation considered too weak to bo ablo to i give the Trojans much of a fight. | The lone score of the game took j place In the second stanza when | fleet-footed Gordon Gray hit pay j dirt after a Trojan drive which advanced the ball ::2 yards in nine plays. The second half saw the Pre-Flightern thrust deeply into Trojan territory five times, 'only to fail as a strong U. S. C. line held when a scoring opportunity beck- oner! to the Airdevils. The unbeaten University of Washington again trounced tiny Whitman, 71-0, for their fourth victory of the season. Two weeks ago, the Huskies defeated AVhitman, fij-C. At Los Angeles, the U. C. L. A. Bruins won their first game of the season, outclassing St. Mary's College squad of 17-year-olds, 3!>-0. The score would have been higher had the Bruins not been ceaselessly penalized for clipping and holding The California Bears, unbeaten except for a tie with U. S. C., won a 14-0 victory over Amos Alonzo Stagg's Collcg^ of Pacific eleven by scoring twice from midfield in the first and final quarters. The first counter saw Joe Stuart, Piedmont, halfback, race through a hole in the line for 43 yards, with Henry Borghl converting. In the last period, Stuart took the hull from midfield, raced to the 20 and latoraled to Knd Dave Hirschler who went the rest of the way, with only 12 seconds remaining. In other week-end games, the Fleet City Bluejackets defeated the Coast Guard Pilots from San Francisco, 27-0; Tonopah Army Air Field upset the University of Nevada, 7-C; the California Ramblers downed Camp Bealc, 25-14; U. C. L. A. Jayvees defeated Santa Ana J. C., 20-13; Second Air Force Superbomb- e.rs trimmed New Mexico University, 80-0; Qolorado University downed Utah, 2G-0. and Fort MacArthur defeated Redlands University, 10-13. GAKZELM TONIGHT—After a three week's rest the Old River sensation Tommle Garzclll Is back at Strclieh Stadium tonight to meet Hank Cervantez In the four-round main event. Cervanle has eighteen amateur wins to his credit, and his intentions are to make Garzelli his nineteenth. On the other hand Garzelli says he will stop the winning streak of Cervantez. Frank Luccio and Joe Munoz will fight a return match in the second main event. Luccio downed Munoz t\vo weeks ago by a closo decision and Munoz Is out to turn the tables. Tho seml-wlndup features Pedro Bnldoras and Cal Coolidge, with Joe Orosco and John Brady battling it. out In the special event.' Other colorful bouts are Gabc Jlminez versus Frank Soza, Ray Harness versus Petie Costa, Florencio Arvlsu versus Everett Huff, and Private Eddie Stanley versus Joe Ramirez. College Grid Scores Sunday Fourth Air Force (March Field) 20, Alamerta (CaliC.) Coast Guard 20, (tie). 131 Toro (Calif.) Marines 6, San DioRo Xaval Training Center 0. Holy Cross 26, Villanova 0. BnlnbrUlRo Naval 47, Camclen (X. J.) Eluedevila 7. Morris Field (N. C.) 19, Georgia BUiedevils 7. Morris Field (N. C.) 19, Georgia Navy 7. Camp Lee (Vn.) 18, Richmond Army Air 0. Late Saturday Utah State 40, Tocatello (Idaho) Marines 0. •• Wabnsh "B" S3. Franklin C. North Carolina A. & T. 12, Hampton Institute 0. Southwestern (I^a.) 15, Louisiana Toch 0. Southern (La.) University 19, Sam Houston 0. MarquoUe 45, Lawrence 0. Tulsa '34, Texas Tech 0. Arizona State College 20, Compton (Cnlif.) 1?,. Vli-fflnia State 0, Johnson C. Smith 0 (tie). Richmond IS, Hampden-Sydney 0. Tonopah Army Air Field 7, Nevada B. West Virginia B. Maryland 6, (tie). Syracuse H2, Lafayette 7. Randolph Field 41, Southern Methodist 0. Texas AgRies 7, Louisiana State 0. Bowling Green 20, Case 18. Baldwin-Wallace 25, Ohio \Ves- leyan 7. Southern California 6, St. Mary's Pro-FHsht 0. HUSKIES START P. [.COMPETITION By Associated PreiR University of Washington's'Husk- ies come out of the competition- starved Pacifim northwest Saturday to engage In their first coast conference football game of 1944 in a Los Angeles meeting with the University of Southern California. The Coliseum game will be the only conference clash of next week end. The other members of the war- depleted college league play service teams. University of California's Bears, which put together first and last period touchdowns to beat College of the Pacific, 14-0, Saturday, stav in Alameda county for a game with Navy's Fleet City Bluejackets at Pleasanton. California's southern branch, U. C. L. A. Bruins—truimph- ant over St. Mary's College Saturday, 39-0, engage St. Mary's Pre- Flighters at Los Angeles. Traditionally a conference threat, Washington has rolled over two weak northwest opponents twice in four weeks and gets Its first real test against the Trojans. The Huskies. Saturday, crushed little Whitman, 71-0. the identical score by which they drubbed Oregon's game Willumtte Missionaries as the season's start. Previously the Huskies beat Willamette, 40-G, and Whitman. 65-6. Southern California put over a second quarter tally for a bare fi-0 victory over -St. Mary's Pre-Flight at Fresno, Saturday night. Other coming games: University of Nevada, loser to Tonopah Army Airfield, G-7, plays Utah State at Logan, Utah, in an In- terconference game Saturday. Coach A. A. Stagg's plucky Tigers act as hosts to the strong Alameda Coast Guard Saturday night. Compton Junior College Invades Tonopah, Nev., to play Army Air field Sunday. El Toro Marines take the field against the powerful Fourth Air Force which was held to a 20-20 tie Sunday by the Alameda Coast Guard Sunday. Nile Point Inn Open Under New Owner Robert R. Henry, newcomer to Bakersfield and an experienced ca terer, has just announced his pur chase of the Nile Point Drive Inn at 2225 Niles street, where he will spe clalize in the serving of good fooc at popular prices. He plans to serve dinners, lunches, short orders and sandwiches, he says. Beverages wil also be available at the Inn, where the new owner will be In persona rharpe. It will be open dally except Tuesdays. iSt fej^lifwu^i^* RE5INOi. 0 TIME TO JrRtW With little hope of enough new tires to go 'round for months to come, you may not be able to get those new Fisks you've wanted for your car right now. But we can give you the finest job of recapping in-town—new treads on your old casings that will give you thousands of miles of service. No certificate needed. No forms to fill out. All work done, by skilled workmen in a modern up-to-date shop. And the price is.no higher than you would pay for ordinary recapping service. HELPING Ger MOST Ml US FROM YOURTIReS... THAT'S OUR BUSINESS! Regardless of the make of tires you are now using, bring your tire worries to us. Through long experience, we can help you in a' dozen ways to keep your tires running until the last mile of service has been used up. CLEROU TIRE CO. 1717 "K" »treet Telephone 8-6O69 Official Tire Inspection Station Makwiaf *• Surprise Rams Scuttle Lions , By GLENN PERKINS United rresa Staff Correspondent NEW YORK, Oct. Ifi.—The Cleveland Rams, combining pluck and luck to become the surprise team oC the National League football season, still were unbeaten today, but they needed a full measure of both to preserve their record with a hair- erecting 20-17 victory over the Detroit Lions. The luck was all good for them and all bad for Detroit yesterday after they trailed 17 to 0 in the second period and Franklc Sinkwich, the Lions" one-man offense came up with an ailing appendix. He had made or accounted for all of Detroit's points on a touchdown, a touchdown pass, two conversions and a field goal, when he suffered the attack. After that he became ineffective and the Rams came up with the pluck necessary to overcome the fat lead. A 48-yard pass from Albie Uie.sz to Steve Pritko In the final seven minutes produced the clinching touchdown. The New York Giants remained undefeated in the Eastern division, clowning the Brooklyn Tigers 14 to 7 on two long touchdown passes by Hank Soar. Tho Chicago Bears, who normally would bo sewing up the Western division title about this time of the year, won their first game by running up five touchdowns to beat the defensively weak Pittsburgh-Chicago Cardinal amalgamation, 34 to 7. BOWLING SCORES RAKKRSFfELD DON LINO ACADEMY t'nmmerrial Lrniriie —High to;im serira. Aryin Coilnn PiekerR. ~47f>; hiph individual soriCH. Lean Ak-Dunounh, fj,"'<); hiph individual game, Leon MuDunough, 213. IjtilipH* Major Lfneiio —IliKli team scries. Burdettc Insurance. L'209; high individual aeries. Wally HoKhaug, 5j5; high individual game, Wally Hoghauu, L'OO. Petroleum LeuKiip—Western Oulf. 2(ini; liiwh individual nerles, Karl Clarke. fi'JO; limb individual game, John Bceson. -2B. Hervlre Club I-eauup—High team nones. Klks Club. 2540; high Individual periep, Otlo Heckman. 586; high individual same, lid Udlock. 227. Mrn'N Major I.CHKUO —lli^h team .serieK, Karl Lewis. Palmers, 2S38; high individual scries. Ollie Reeves, 713; high individual game, Eai'l Lewis. 277. FRANK'S IIOWLINfi CENTER Men's Mnjor I-eilKUC —Huh team series. Telephone Company, 2819; hiRh Individual series, Walt Kropf, G53: high Individual game. Waller Kropf, 238. Commercial I.PHrile —High team series, Lawson Jewelers, 276fi: high individual series, Ollie Reeves. 663; high Individual game. OMio Reeves, 278. ladles' Mnjor I>aisue —High team scrlefl. Tlhbett's Dress Shop, 2138; high individual series, jRHiine Klbhy, 400; high Individual game. Eileen Coombs, 187. MEN'S HONOR ROM, Olli" Reeves, 278-2M; Earl Lewis. 277; Wallor Kropf. 238-231; Lupe Olivercz, 230; Ed L'dlock, 227; John Hecson. 22(j. LADIES' HONOR KOI,I> Wally HoghiiufT. 200. GIANTS COME OUt ON TOP BY T. D. OAKLAND, Oct. 16. <UR> — The Oakland Giants marched 71) yards for a touchdown and defeated Coach Tiny Thornhill's San Jose Mustangs 1J-7 in a Pacific Coast professional league football game hero yesterday. The Giants scored in the first quarter as Quarterback Bernio Remson went over center from the one- foot line. The conversion try was blocked. The Mustangs came back In the second period with Frank Sobre.ro leading a 60-yard attack whicli culminated when Sobrero passed to End Elmer Vallejo over- the goal line. Tackle Al Gordon kicked the extra point. Mel Reid passed to George AVil- korson from the 14 for the winning touchdown aftor the Giants staged a Gil-yard march. Reid converted. At Portland the San Francisco Clippers trounced the Portland Rockets 27-0. SPELLMAN IN X. Y. NEW YORK, Oct. !(!. OB—Archbishop Francis J. Spellman, vicar- general of the armed forces, arrived at Laguardia Field early this morning in an army transport service plane, ending a 19,000-mile trip among American G. I.s in battle areas overseas. Business and Professional GUIDE Phone 7-7631 for Monthly Rates ACCOUNTANTS JOHN W, CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Incnntr Tux Nprvlcr. AuilltH Hinti 2(15-20(1 prnffNHinnnl Hiillrtlni I'lmne 9-1101(1 CHINESE HERBS T. LIM HERB SPECIALIST STOMACH TROUBLE SPECIALISTS Remedies far All Ailment! FKE:<: CONSULTATION Former Herd Instructor Cnnton Cnllrice, Canton China Twenty-fourth and K Strerti Phnne 5-SR51 LAUNDRIES LAUNDRY SERVICE I -Hindi ,• Service Unexcelled—That I* Oar .Motto—Ten Different Service* and /orir Dry Cleanlnx CITIZENS LAUNDRY SUteentli urn) O Htrertx Phone ft-8401 Bassler Takes High in Santa Anita Golf • ARCADIA. Oct. 16. <U.R>—Harry Bassler, Fox Hills professional, today, held top honors in the $1000 Santa Anita open golf tournament, with a 54-hole total of 210. Bassler shot 67-74 on the final 36 holes yesterday. Amateur Bruce M?Cormlck was second with 212 and John Montague came in with 214. Clayton Aleridge, Long Beach, who set the pace in Saturday's opening round, faded to fourth place with 21S. why it makes sense to pay 10c for a razor blade Sure you can get blades for lessl, S£<=! But a really excellent blade it ff 1 J-* the best shaving investment you \/ can make—an investment in comfort and in skin health. There's all tho difference in the world between Per- sonna and ordinary blades. Personna blades are made twlc« at tlawly as "commercial" blades! And inspected 17 timei. Hollow-ground, for a flexible super-sharp edge. teother-ttropped, like a barber's razor. Triple-wrapped for protection. In short—Personna is a true, fine, precision instrument. Disr cover Personna! 10 for »1 precision blades If yon/ dealer cannot luppl? you, mitt* Poriooae, 5» Mtdiwa Avenue, New York Cltf A quiet evening at home becomes a u£^U%& occason -with delicious Bourbon de Luxe! A good book, a comfortable chair, and a bit of Bourbon de Luxe .. . therms luxury for you ... quite within the rules of simplified living recommended for these times! To enjoy bourbon at its mellowest, ask for this whiskey, by its full name. 93 Proof. Kern Wholesale Lfqaor Co., Exclusive Dlitrlbaton, Bakertiield, Calif. LET "Things Worth While" Brighten Your Life . KPMC at 3:30 P. M. LET IVERS FURNITURE COMPANY Brighten Your Home The H*me duality, Htylr ind Brnotr In rnrnUiiiv 625 Nineteenth Street Phone 4-4711 » Bakersfield Community Theatre Presents "CLAUDIA" Directed by HURT BROWN Washington School Auditorium October 16 and 17, 8:30 P. M. * ' = ADMISSION: Adults, 72c; Students, 37c Tax Included Tickets oh Sale at Tracy's Music Store, The Yarn Shop " Bakersfleld High School

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