The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 5, 1933 · Page 15
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A-'T'.fy.Lv'' '. ly '--..'^... M Vi'...Y I.. ...• v THEi BAKE&FIBLD CALIFORNIAN, THURSDAY, JAftUAftY 5,1033 15 • ' ' »nj . A -V,.;' --'*• PORTS Jan. 6.— The first eamo of basketball 'for ^he New Year to be played by the* Sierra League team Is staged for Saturday at 2 p. m., * at the local field, . when the A, B and C tennis nieet the Marloopa (ean», • ' ' - • 'Coti'ch Brick Williamson reports that* the local team* are showing; good spirit, and that practice games are being . played] this week with outside school*. , Wednesday the Wasco A, B hrtd C- r t«Ktos. played with tho Me- FaMand ^e'ams dn the local fields arid >Kflday the'.; McFarlnnd Cougars will m«?tor to Taft.to piny practice game* with, their te'nms, The McFarland line -up for the team is: Forwards, Heed, Roberts, and Turner;, center, M. Newby; guards, Hlg- trinhothnm and 'Regan. > - " The 8 team lino up Is: Forwards, George Perry,- Baker- and tray; center; 'JPhllllps; guards, I>qbre, McCauleynnd Evert. The C team players Include; Forwards,. Taylor, Kanaka, McQueen, LIs- ton nhd Jones; center, Barnes; guards, . Weaver ', i Wlrt, Kruger and Ktrkpat- rlelc. "* •' • '• .'-.-• .,.. ' • - • • BURKtt RRUIAIKD YORK. Jan. B. <u. p.)— Th« New York Yankees have released Unconditionally '» Coach "Sunset" Jim Burke. MlB departure leaves two coaches, Art' Fletcher and Cy Perkins. ' The Yanks squad will comprise 14 pitchers, 8 catchers, 9 inflelders and 1 outfielders. -Pitchers and catchers will report on March 1, : «nd the rest of the squad March 8. -. /./ , CAGE SCORES . (Attotiiated FttH Lea»ti Wire) Princeton', 42) Rutgers, 26. ' Colgate, «• | Cornell, 36. Marietta, 1»; Ohio U., 41. Dayton, 50) Penn, 4*. Alabama, 27| Louisiana State, 32. • Clemaon, S2| Sewanee, 1s. North Dakota, ,47J Wapheton Set- enos, 23, • • Salem College, 2tj West Virginia, 36. Maryvllte (Mo.) Teacher*, 291 Tar- klo, it, " . , - • Nebraska Weeteyan, 28; Rook, hurst, 82. Washburn, S«| .Wichita, 61. > West Texas Teachers, 41) Oklahoma City, 23. . Stanford. 341 Wyoming, 41 * Utfh Agglss, 311 University of Call. fernla at Los Angeles, M. Artaona, 27) r Hancock Oilers, 37. United Athletic Olub, 81 j Nevada,'25. Novice, Polo Meet v Is Open Tomorrow fUmtct Fret* LMtti Wire) LOS ANGELES, Jan. 6,—The Pacific Coast novice polo tournament will open tomorrow at the Upllfters' Field, two days earlier than originally scheduled, because of the large number of entrants, It was i announced today. The tournament will open with a double-header In which the Riviera Blues will clash with Hollywood and the Upllfter Meadow Lnrks will meet th6 'Riviera Greyhounds. Both will be slx-chukker matches. A dozen teams, including three from Santa Barbara, have entered the tourney which will decide the coast championship In the eight-goal class. (Vnltft Pret» Leattd Wire) PALO ALTO, Jan. 5.—Claude B. "Tiny" Thornhlll, line coach at Stanford for tho past 11 years, was expected to be named head football coach to • succeed Glenn 8. "Hop" Warner by tho board of athletic control tonight. Although Maurice "Clipper" Smith, coach 'at Santa Clara College, has been prominently mentioned 'for the post, Stanford's 'desire to continue the "Warner system" was believed to assure Thornhlll's appointment, Smith Is a former Notre Dame star., Since Warner resigned to become head . coach at Temple University, members of the board have sought the opinions of.alumni leaders before agreeing: upon a now coach. It was learned definitely that Thornhlll, If appointed, will have Ernie Nevers, Stanford's famous fullback of 1925, as first assistant coach. ««*. — • ' Utah Aggies Drop Second to Trojans • '(Unite* Prc*» Leased Win) LOS ANGELES, Jan. B.—The Utah Aggies dropped tholr second consecutive basketball game In their southern California Invasion Inst 'night when they collapsed before a furious second- half assault of the University of California at Los Angeles cagers, Tho score was 64 to 89. The Aggies tonight will meet tho University of Southern California cagemen at the Olympic. Brock's CLEARANCE UALITY SUITS AND OVERCOATS $ 23 85 $38.50 and $45.00 Values There is no substitute for quality and when you buy a suit or coat at Brock's you are certain to get the quality that satisfies—but, good as they are we must make room for incoming stocks, hence this huge reduction. Suits of worsteds, cassi- meres, tweeds, twists and serges. Two-button models for young men and conservative dressers. Coats in Fleeces, Camels x and Wools M ALLORY FINE HATS Regular $7.50 Values Snap or welted brims, pastel shades. Not all sizes in every style but all sizes in the lot; 6% to 7 J /&. Every hat cravanetted and moisture proof. Jersey Ribbed Union Suits Regular $1.25 union suits, made of fine combed cotton, long sleeves and ankle length. Ecru shade. Sizes 36 to 46. 891 OFF LUGGAGE 20% OFF SWEATERS Trunks, _0vernite Cases,_ Hat All •wool'Coat Sweaters and Pull- fifth off. ' this sale one-fifth off. BROCK'S— MEN'S SHOP MALCOLM BROCK CO iN t ( >UM Y I GRIDMEN INVADE COAST . DADO'S NBXT LOS ANQELlca. Jan. 8. (U. P.)— Speedy Dodo, Filipino faathorwelght, tan been matched with Baby Ariz- men'dl, Moxloan claimant to the world Itle, In a bout at the Olympic hero January 24. , : These three men form the srivsne* guard of the Green Bay Packer*, widely known professional football team, who will meet a picked team of "all-stari" In a charity game In San Francisco late In January. Left to right, John MoNally, captain) Earl Lambeau, coach and 'manager, and Paul Burke, just a fan who has not missed a Packers gam*. Renegades Prepare to Meet Woodbury Wolves Saturday W HAT Coach Basil Peterson needs Is more and deader "dead-eyes." The forwards are receiving most attention this week as the Bakersfleld Junior College Renegades prepare to receive the Woodbury College Wolves n the local gymnasium Saturday evening. . Under the now no-stalling rules, a team that can't score more than 30 points In a regulation 40-mlnute came lertod Isn't going to get very far. There may bo a few low-score games at,the outset of the season, but In the oner run the' trend In scores Is going to bo upward toward the celling this year. Below Par In practice scrimmages so far this week, the Renegaden have been far Selow a SO-polnt clip. The slump was to bo expected as a result of the holiday layoff, and they will undoubtedly pick up steam again by the end of the week. Despite their lack of "condition," the Renegades are showing marked Improvement In their passing and floor game. The offensive trio composed of Frank Voorhles, Bob Barrett, and Guy Benton* succeeds • In passing the ball all around the scrubs, but their percentage of baskets Is still below par. Coach Peterson Is running In Burrell Harrsill and Bob Mulvana as alternates to Voorhles and Barrett this week. Horrell and Mulvana have tho same strength and the same weaknesses of the rest of tho varsity. They play a lot of hard basketball, cover tho court effectively, but swish the net just about half • as often as) Is nocessary to win games. Dark Horse Center Benton, at center, remains tho dark horse of the junior college quintet. If he ever starts using his height to best advantage In under the basket, It's going to take some ox- tensive guarding to hold him down. So far this season he has been taking a somewhat Inconspicuous part in proceedings, getting the "lay of tha land." Haworth, whoso brilliant but brief appearance last week gave some foun datlon to conference championship hopes on the part of the Renegades, IH again among the lost, strayed and missing. , Woodbury's College IB expected to send an experienced squad up" frp.m Los Angolen this week-end, one that will glvo the latent strength discovered by the liencgades in their tilt with Sun Berduo a severe test. S1EPONOVICH NAMED TO MEET PRO TEAM SAN FRANCISCO, jon. B.—Mike Staponovlch, 'former St. Mary'tr College guard, will team up with other Pacific' coast stars to meet the Green Bay Packers professional eleven In the Knights of Columbus charity foot-' ball game here January 22. Selection of Steponovlch was announced today by Ernie Nevers, onetime Stanford fullback and present assistant coach at his alma mater, who is assembling the coast squad. Five former Southern California Trojan backfleld luminaries also have been name<) by Nevers. They are Ernie Plnckert, Tom Mallory, Jim Mustek, Qalu.s Shaver and Russ Saunders, the first four being members of the 1931 championship U. S. C. team. Others In the western lineup will Include Harry Kbdlng, former St.. Mary's end; Bill McKulIp, ex-Oregon State end, and Angel Brovelll, backfield ace of the 1932 St. Mury's team. Nevera will hold down tho fullback berth. Practice for the westerners begins shortly at Stanford stadium. The Packers eleven will arrive here January 17 from Honolulu, where it won two games during tho Christmas holidays. The party will be met here by Red Orange, who Is coming from Chicago to play with the packers. ««» FLOWERS FOR SHARKEY NEW YORK, Jan. C. (U. P.)— Heavyweight Champion Jack Sharkey and his wife were on route to Ber- muO.a today aboard tho liner Monarch of Bermuda for a two-week's visit on the island. One heartening note in tl.e drab bon voynge was a huge basket of flowers from Jack (Continued From Pago Fourteen) middle west during the past few years," If the professional game should replace the colleges In public Interest, Doctor Stelner's report concludes, "college football may follow college baseball and decline as a public spectacle, becoming a game of no more than local Interest. • "That grave Ills have resulted from the stress and struggle to win football championships there can be no doubt. A few of the leading colleges and universities have already attempted to reorganize their athletics more In accord with general student welfare and educational ideals." Maricopa Cagers Ready for Opener MARICOPA, Jan. B.— Three basketball teams of Marfcopa High Sohoo ore rounding Into shape preparatory to the opening of the conference playoff. Coach Noble will take his boys to Shafter where they will play Saturday afternoon. The Maricopa Class B team Is conceded the best chance to win the opening game on the basis of their past record having defeated the Toft Bs and the Tulure B class In practice games. Neither the lightweights nor the heavies have been able to turn In a win yet this season but with a revamped team and several changes oln the lineup Coach Noble declares that he has found a winning combination in both the light and heavyweight teams. LOCKY GETS JOB SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 6. (U. P.)— Percy Looey, Denver University coach, will succeed Dana X. Blblo of Nebraska as cocoaoh of the wast team In next yenr'n Shrine East-West grid- Iron classic. BEAT NEVADA , , SAN FRANCtaCO, Jan. B. (TJ. P.)-*' San Francisco's United Athletic Club' qulntot overcame the stubborn resistance of the University of Nevada basketball team here last.night and won, 31-25. , ADVANCE Hn tein«te***>e"«.UC •LAMS" w4eii H el Khnj C. 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