The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 20, 1944 · Page 11
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STARTING FOR THE BLUES—Four key men who will be on the staring 1 lineup for the Blues when they meet the powerful Blades tonight are: Left to right, Mike Gombos, hard to stop fullback who leads the team; Don Beavers, the small but fighting center; Don Robinson, fast right halfback; and Allen Lewis big and hard-hitting left end. Fresno State Meets Minter Tomorrow FRKSXO, Oct. 20. UP>— After being Idle for one season, the Fresno State College will return to the gridiron tomorrow, sending a team to Minter Field in Bakersfield to open the sea- Eon. Fresno State's varsity squad consists principally of freshmen players, who after three weeks of work. are ready to launch an abbreviated schedule which includes games with service teams, junior college elevens and possibly the College of the Pacific on Thanksgiving Day. Karl H. AVight, director of athletics nt F. S. C. for many years; Flint llanner, track coach, and Don Bolt, former F. S. C. lineman, are coaching the Bulldogs, whose last team In 1942 rated among the best on the Pacific Coast. Wild Horse Racing Feature at Tulare Wild horses will race around the Tulare-Kings County Fairgrounds in Tulare this coming Saturday and Sunday afternoon, October 21 and --, as part of the program at a two- day rodeo being staged at the fairgrounds. There will be bronc, and brahma steer riding, calf roping and team racing, and all regular rodeo features. Monte Montana and his trick riders will perform. YEP, THERE'S A WAR OX PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 20. (JP>— OPA officials have figured out what has become of ay lot of the missing blue ration tokens. They're coming back with coatings of red fingernail polish. Ask to See "The Hat of the Season" "THE CHAMP Bradbury Slacks . . . Priced from $6.50 to $12.95 IT'S EASTERN FOR "BRADBURY" the suit worn by men who appreciate suits of distinction. Bradbury suits possess that fiifc quality that sparkles •\yith good taste. Sec the new Fall and Winter crea- .evcry oD to 4 lions .. . there'* a suit for .every man—long or short, tall or thin. Let Eastern Show You "CAPE COD" WHITE SHIRTS New England's finest make .. . woven, cut, tailored and finished in New England expressly for the conservative quality trade. ... Of "Sagamore" Broadcloth from New England's finest mills—hand-cut around brass-bound patterns—sewn by expert New England needlewomen who have devoted their lives to their trade. No tricks, no short cuts . . . just solid, old-fashioned quality. (All sizes are now in slock) USE YOUR CREDIT 1529 Nineteenth Street Delano Eleven Vies Against Porterville DELANO, Oct. 20.—Meeting their strongest opposition, the Delano Tiger football teams of the local high school will play the Porterville High School teams tonight on the Porterville school field. This is the big game of the year for both schools, and has often been a deciding factor in determining the Kings-Tulare county championship. According to Coach Ray Frederick, the Portcrville first string has a speedy backficld. Don Giblon, Delano's star back, who was unable to play last weekend against Fresno, is physically fit again, but Coach Frederick plans to start Hahn in that position after his performance in the Delano-Fresno game. Campbell, another small but tough player, is marked for considerable service in tonight's game. The starting line-up for the two teams is as follows: Delano Position Porterville Briggs LE Phillips Johnson or Brooks LT Pack Cupp TXi Dossey Barton C Weldon Jjopez Hf! .Iota Harding RT Guthrie Frisch-Eastridge ....RE... "Wudff Stall Q Ensslin Hahn LH Dye Cotton RH Ensslin Dixon F Cox In the curtain-raiser the local B team will meet the Panther B team. Coach Jake Lawlor states his line is green but willing, and predicts that the team with the best line will win. In order to get more weight in the backfield, he has switched Troncozo from end to quarter and is alternating Lilly with Ingraham at the right half spot. Coach Lawlor promises a lively game. BLUES CLASH WITH BLADE TEAM Tonight Griffith stiidium and the Moiichors HUiTinmdiiiK' the city's muin sridirnn nre expected to ho filler] with loyal fans who will witness a contest, which is regarded as one of the season's' outstanding. The Bakersfield High School Blue eleven meets their powerhouse rivals from across the way, the Kast Bakersfield Blades. Under the coachinpr hands of DwiKht Griffith, Tap 1 Jamison, and George "Williamson, the Blues, for past two weeks, have been put inlo stiff training in order to prepare them for tonight's scrap with the undefeated Blades. Coach Griffith remarked last night that the Blues look in fairly good condition, but they have a tough contest ahead which can not bo put on ice unless the boys play heads up football from the beginning to the final gun. Ho far in the season the Blues have split their first two tilts with one loss and then cumins back, like a new team they won their second. In their opening game they were downed by the Whites, 13-7, and then came out on the tall end of a lfl-0 tally over the "Wildcats in Taft. The Blades lead the league play with a perfect record. They won their first game from the Whites 15-0, after the Whites had defeated the Blues the preceding week, and then they took the Wildcats in a trim game 26-0. Coach Robert Jellison said today that the Blades haven't quite looked ni) to par this week in practice, but that the Blues would have to fight in order to defeat them. Game time for the main tilt is set for 8:.10 -p. in. Probable starting lineups: ISIups Positions IJInuYs Stancil LttU Knapp Stutzman 1/l'K Pappus Gallardo LGU Kroeker Beavers C Sicldal Hntchings HGIj Foster Simmons RTL L,onR Lewis TtKLi Fote Forsight Q Seeger Beck bliR cox Robinson RHL Nichols Gombos f Heady P. 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