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It will tako a white man llko Canton- •.f- • i L . v :- :^ :•' .1 ti •• , (Continued on Patte RING ECHOES (AnoctoM /'rc«i teattd DBS MOINI5S, To HlmrUey, 1H2, MhincnpolU, pointer] Jimmy Ixi Orono, DCH MolncH, (10), SAN FIIANCIISCO,— Loo Ha void), IRK, 8t, Paii1 r ntoppcd KnH \VulUor, 170, I^OM AiiKPloH, (0). — AI McCoy, 185, (on, outpolnintl Cltarlla 187H, Wlnnlpw Taf t Fans Will Go to Game in Busses TAPT, Ont. t.—KJvo IIUSHOB will transport rooters to tho Tuft High Wildcat-PIUIO liU)hlos Daarcat Riuno at Paso ftoblOH Hattirday aftnrtioon, tic'nordlnK '» won! iHHiind to Bturinnts today at tho local high uchool. This moann Hint at I oust KOO supportors will bo on hand, when the Illuo and OoUl linns tip ngalnHt Hank Heldon's powerful olovon. Jolmny Benfry, lefVhanded twirler, will be in uniform for tho All Stars Sunday, October 11, that club meets tne fast Banta Paula Merchant* Club, at Hecreo> tlort Park. There wlU bo no game here next Sunday duo to tho celo- bratloh at the fairgrounds. Ronfry wan a member of the Boo club last soiLNon, when bo lost but one gamo In JO, lie has not pitched this sea* on account of sickness, but hav. raeoverod, ho In working hard to bo In Ahape to tako hid turn in tho box against tho Santa 1'aula club on Bunday, October 11. H TIIOJAN AIR "ATTACK J.OH ANOKL.15S, Oct. 1. (A. P.)— Coanh Howard Jrtncs, off to a «uc- coNsfuI start In tioutherti California's gridiron comeback campaign, hopes ho has tho Trojan oorlal offonso aUtfv mnntcd by a boiler brand of stralffht foutbaJl than hla charges displayed lOHt \vook. H. C.'s unexpected flair for passing was tho main factor in tho Tfojan victory ovor Oregon State. Oregon comes hero Saturday TO* porlcOly well drlllod In air rtofoneo. !'<V- C-1 te .S'J • I: .- t If:.I l SLIP-O According to ma* ttrlal and ntfi/f* «/ rar •« • Mod* of full-width lubitontlaf rlali, •mooth fitting, no learnt, firmly . . Al loek-itlfcrmi. 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'3tt ,'** ! . ; i ^l .1^ -- I •* r ' ^ f i lK *-j • * .1 l; -^-; .R .<- " ' ;& . ii' ^ i M' V* !*•• ' V ^^^^^~ ^^^ ^^p^^^' ^^^^>^^i^>" ^ ^^^^^^ ^ -.'ift.i ~.-V: «,.:,* ,i'-'V.,r v. , :}. - -•, r\ ' •- P- ' , ' h - y r .' -* :/ . . L j'. • " '*'^' - ' ', •--. : ' V — r (' *. L YORK* Odt 1.- HBNRY McLEMOrtE Pnu SUrt Corr«*pondiht ~^- f . of the J. •' *>'';• - ^ V '; r ' ''- ". i i r -. '.' ^' 4 •^ >. - » H Frisii pitiked the Giants to win f r ^" b _ _• _ _ the flrflt one bejCbre it starWd. The tough boss of the tough darda, a chunk of cut plug the size of your fist in his Jaw, his feet draped over the railing, gave hJfl opinion duritig the Giants' infield practice. "They won't miss today," he said as Bar-tell dived to his left and came Up with a hpt..one. "They've got it. 1 know thbselpunks* arid when they warm up Hko that you ain't gonna beftt 'em/'- . Someone challenged Frlsch's abll ity to ca,ll the on a team by tho way it acted in practice. •>.'-"Okoy. Jiavo it your way. But rvo been In a few of these series, arid give me the nervous, Jttrky You play better ball when scare^ and your belly's turn* ing, over. I don't know why, but irou do. Thoeo Giants are in to(Joy *• Friach \Va« Eight L It turned out that Friach waa right, but a right guy never came closer to >bfeing, wrong. Ho miaaed by juat ope inch; for one inch more to the right and that curving line drive of Joe Di Maggio'a in the Olfrhth inning would ha^p gone xin- gllng on to right field, Franklo Cro- aetti wo,uld have scored the tying run, Red Rolfe would have been on second, Dl Maggio on first, none wbuld have been down, and "Biscuit Pants" Lou Oehrig would have been up. That the ICid's hit didn't go one more inch to the right, allowing Burgeaa Whitchead to etab it out of the mud and make it a double play ball, is duo to that most fickle of all gals, Sister Luck. She doesn't Hko t>l Maggio — not this year anyway. It was his hick, you will remember, who pulled the strings in the all-star game earlier in the -year, and placed the horns instead ol thb hulo of the hero, on the Frisco fisherman's Itt that gamev with to loaded ho caught one smack on tho hose arid Leo Duroohar got it A few inches either wAV'aiid. the wefts Cleared. . Hubbell a Hero But It %va«n f t a "few Inches eitheir way, 11 «o he was a sucker/ ;i' The, same yesterday.' He left thorfleld a chump j Carlos Hubbell - left - Jt a hero. Tho positions might well ;hivo> ^ been reversed. JSven the -most Jlrah- .-» •- \ - • tic Giant fan wouldn't erd to say that Hubbell called the. t^trn. on that one. v;; ' But he won It, arid denying that the long-legged bailer from Oklahoma des&rved It', wasn't his kind of a day, because- it was cold, and a thin curtain of rain bathed him most of the, way. Hubbell has reached an ago-where his arm needs the hot Bun t<? be at its beat. But up and do\vn went, tho homicide squad. IJou Gehriff didn't hit the boll out of the infield,* Neither did Bill Dickey. And Tony Ldzzerl didn't get a scratch, ' Ho would have had a ahutout but for the fact that a curve slipped off hla fingers and gave George (Twin- kletoes) Selkirk the kind ho can* powdei>—a straight one, chest lilgh. His Only Mistake That was Hubbell's only mistake. Yes, his only one, for that drrdr they called oh him when he haft died Red Rolfe's bunt in the eighth was an error for the scorera; hot for Carl. It was a base hit, and should have been-recorded as such. Today it will bo Hal Schumacher, and Lefty Gomez. Schumacher will win it,-putting tho Giants two up. The Tanks will tako the third ono,* but Hubbell will come back 6ri Saturday to make It three to one. After that your saiess is as good as mine, but I'm still glad I called the Giant* in elx. The only thing I'm afraid of is that they'll win it in five and mar my reputation as picker. Budge and Senior to Play Bay Tilt • -r "Naw Huh, things ain't so hot down on tho farm this year. Prospects is good for them Phi Beta Kappa boys but they ain't no hot for tho team, naw fluh. Mr. Thornhlll, shown hero, is sure a sad man with his team already beaten once this yoar, but he's a great coach and may wear a happier expression later." VINCENT LOPEZ HAS DAVE LEVIN'S TITLE World Series Game (Continued From Page One) T OS ANOELES, Oct. >1J LovIn'B last vcatlgo of tho heavy* weight wrestling championship was /VM* Leated Wire) Dave I A capacity houflo of 10,400 fans «aw both frrapplern tumble out of tho Olympic ring and Lopez scram* Kono in California today an.Vincent Ix>poz, his conqueror lunt night* tiled claim to title recognition. Forty* eight hourn after ho was trounced In Philadelphia by Dean notion ot flalt Lako City, 1/ovln, ox-Brooklyn butcher boy, met a Himilar fato at 3 hands of Lopez, Idaho Mexican. bio bade to win tho first fall. Levin retaliated with a hammorlock to re- cotvo tho second pat on Iho back by tho referee. Tho deciding fall reunited when kopcz whirled Levin with an airplane spin. AH explained by Promoter Lou Daro, Levin's championship—which ho won from Lopez here in August the rival Jackson, field who took a ono*game edge over the American League champions by winning the opening game yesterday, 6-1, behind Curl Hubbell. After ho had had a chance to view the situation, Landla decided promptly in favor of a postponement. Peril to Players "It would be no fair test of baseball under these conditfons." the (United Prets Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 1.—Don Budge, top-ranking American amateur tennis player, and Walter Senior, state champion, meet tonight m an exhibition match at tho Palaco of Fine Arts in what may bo an advance showing of tho finals ot the Pacific coast tennis tournament which begins at Berkeley Saturday. Budge and Senior are seeded one- two in the men's singles of, the coast championships. Budge Is defending titlist. Other seeded entrants will be Henry Culley, Joe Hunt, John Murio, Art Hcndrix, Wayne Sabin, and Kugone Smith. Seeded women players will be Carolyn Babcock, Dorothy Bundy, Gus- sle Raegenor, Margaret Osborne, Eleanor Dawson, Frances Umpgh- red, May t>olg and Elsie Oabel. » L Burbank -Lights to Be Sandabs* Hosts did not change handu In Philadelphia ?£ a £ h , a ; lred former er ays ay re enjoy priced Itrnsonabl ro type button collars colora wardrobe our oUIe ARISON Klnotwith because tho Dctton match was a one- fall affair not recognized by the California athletic commission. The title definitely passed to Lopez last night, however, said Daro. TOKIO OLYMPICS LOS ANGELES, Oct. J. (A. P.}— Toklo's summer heat will require holding tho 1940 Olympic games in late September or early October, In- st*ad of tho usual August period, said Jluyl G. Kasal today. An official observer for the Jap- government at the Berlin Kasat visited here on tho way to bin homeland, "Germany did a splendid Job In handling tho games, but the weather was horrible, 11 ho commented. Inftoldera and outfielders aro liable to break legs out there. Better call it off." Both Jackson, who acted as the declared. Burbank High lightweights play host to the Bakersfield Sandabs Sat urday afternoon on the Burbank grid. This game will bo the fcecorid of the season for Coach George "Wjl- Glanta* spokesman, and McCarthy, liamson's outfit which is "rarm* " agreed. Porterville In fact, there was no protest of any kind, although n few of the fans who had wafted for hours for tho bleacher gates to open were inclined to grumble a bit when their long vigil was rewarded by nothing in tho shape of competition. scalp ARTI8TIO NUDES APPROVED CARMEL, Oct. 1. (U. P.)—Lead- g lights and authorities of tho local artistic colony have decided that i bell an extra day of nudes are all right at a bal masque | eorjca 8hould go plx or My ^ it now appears certain to go with tho under its belt, Tho Sandabs aro quickly swine- iner into mid-season form with nightly practice sessions getting stlffer and longer. There were few injuries in the game last week and nono of these was serious. If things on tho Bakersflold lightweight playing field continue to run as smoothly When the postponement definitely I *"* tne y navo during the past after- was decided upon, the crowd was I noonfi » "Williamson's team will be ready to take on any squad its slue in the state, say observers. bell weave his magic spell around the Yankee sluggers. Break for Giants Incidentally tho postponement comes as a tremendous break |n th« * •"" —---^--"*»» «f^v^«*j t*4iu *•** u TV \4 WUO larger than that which braved yesterday's steady rain to watch Hubbell Women's Golf Is Heading to Final >>BWtfV4lkMHdlAHMv^P^B^^ h (United freaa teased Wire) SUMMIT, N. J., Oct. 1.—The na- tlonal women's golf championship battle aeemed to be heading today toward the first international final since 1814. Eight players—an EnglisH ffirl and aeven Americans—remained in' the running- for,the title relinquished by Mrs. Glenna Collett Vare of Philadelphia, six-time champion. " Tho consensus, was ,that .tho, in- vader^l9-ycar-ojd ?am barton- of London, British champion—^rUl r be one of the tivp to suryiye" today's auarter-final^ and the seini-finate tomorrow. ; ' Pam haa three etern foes^in-tho upper bracket of tho tournament. Today she faces young- Beatrice Barrett of Minneapolis and a eemi- flnallst last year. If she triumphs, she must meet tho winner of the match between Marion MHey of-'. I^exinston, Ky. p and Mrs. Carl H. " Donner of Springrflcld, N. J. In the lower bracket, out-of-which will dome .Saturday's other finalist, are Mrs. W. B; Shepherd of Beverly Hills, Calif., Katherme HemphW. 'a youngster from Columbia^ S« C.; Mrs. Opal 8. Hill, Kansas City,veteran, and Mrs. Maureen Orcutt Crews of Coral Gables, Flo,, finalist In trio 1027 tournament. ; . Mrs. Shepherd and Miss Homphill meet today and Mrt". Hill and Mrs. Crews cUuhln 18-hole matches.. Mrs, Hill gained her position !with i the most startling upset of the tournament. She accounted for young Patty Berg of Minneapolis In yesterday's third round/ .Mrs. Crews gained her bracket by defeating another pro-tournament favorite, Soro- tjiy Traung of San Francisco; 1984 runner-up. Gianta' favor since it will give Hub* L And Now! but not at a carnival. The bal n}ae<iuo, they point out, Is an ar- U«ttc venture while a carnival is merely a mbnty*gotter. The nudes wore not consulted. 1. Contra Coata county botute of being cmly the fourth largest nut county, ll produces 4,000,000 pounds of walnuts annually that reach the tables of almost every state In the union j and every country in Europe. that the great southpaw will start twfce more. Baseball observers look for Torry to call on HubtMll for duty In the third gamo unless youns Hal 8chu- fllB On At* lifKi tfl \TAi*t^rt*^ • imVIIvL U13o La V t?f|IVIl of tho Yankees in the tomorrow. Should Schumacher make U two straight for tho National League champions, T6r>y, of course, would be in a position to gamble. Tho postponement caused a shift Jn President Hooeevelt 1 * worltj Herle« plan, He will witness New for Bakersfield m\ i*TI^^ i . , nr~ ' t i Nationally Famoua •'1 . . FOR 'hi FANS f j j ««ee load play tUrrt Yank** me reach for a DOMINO cl«ar< *tt«. DOMINO'S rich* mild iobaccot alv* T«U tring emoke In ant DOMIN08 game but it wil> bo played in the Polo Grounds instead of the Yankee Stadium. TROJANS HEAVY LOS ANO&LE8, Oct. 1, (A. P.>— University of Southern California has a heavier football olub this year than the 1936 edition. Latest . reports from tho training quarter scales show thfct the "senior" Vftraity average igt pounds, while the "sophomore" eleven' boosts tho poundage up to 194-pound average. , . . . J *' , > Shoes for Men 100 Snappy—Speedy Styles, Sensationally Priced at $195* X I b -I • •iv - r -v ^ •* There's always a difference .bet-ween the ordinftt-y and tnie phamptons; That's vKy lt^«> easy ti> dtaoover.th^t Ool- leyla&8 are) in the "ebanip*' claas. Their fliio leather and expert\iJSrti mark them as real leaders - *.Browns Blacks r 1 * f - ' . . - • NEW VOHK, Oct. how tft^ {tetiifyi. . for the f Ir«t world wrics ganio yesterday ivcre Sites 5 to ».*. 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