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S^Sf^;^^ fWV't'rr ---'y V ./'M^'?' n- M ,,y ^. Jf , .^,< > ' K " ),.»",• , l V ', THE BARERSFIELt) CALIFORNIA**, TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1933 •II SPORTS ARE PREPARING FOR BERKELEY GAME Peterson Will Take Ten Men North for Tilt Against Frosh >t - ••' " ' ^ -m—_!_.„„_ L HPBN membors of the Bakersfield .—• Junior College basketball squad will be picked by Coach Basil Peterson this week for the trip north to Berkeley, where the Renegades aro to engage the University of California freshman five Saturday evening. Limited facilities for transportation will make It Impossible to take more than two teams, and na a result the Junior collego can- era were fighting for their positions in earnest an they resumed practice last night. •Coach Peterson will not announce his traveling squad befora Wednesday at the earliest, he 'said today. The Renegades are scheduled to leave early Friday morning and will probably watch the California varsity In action Friday evening. : In the meantime, the Junior college board of strategy will attempt to de- cldo upon ways and means of pre- •»vontlng a repetition of last year's fiasco. In which tho Bear cubs gave the Renegades a sound^ shellacking. . Drillers vs. Selma Along other'fronts locally conslder- . able activity is to bo noted among the . basketecrs. Coach D. M. Griffith, whose Bakersfleld High School Drillers will play their first home game against Selma High heavyweights hero Saturday evening, set to work to find a pair of scoring forwards. Until last Saturday, the guards had been doing all the scoring for the Drillers. Then against Fresno, Kenneth Beavers, center, found his eye for the bucket and started rolling up the 'points In commendable fashion, and now If "Griff" can get his forwards Into a basketing vein, Selma will present few difficulties.- B and C Games Ernest Dalbom, director of athletics and coach of the middleweight team, has not yet succeeded In arranging any games for the Class B and C sqvads this week-end but expects to have some practice tilts lined up within a day or so. • i » Three Teams Fight for Bicycle, Lead (United Press Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Jan. 10.—Three teams pressed a close fight for leadership as the six-day bicycle race swung into the 48-hour stretch at the Winter Garden veprodrome 'here today. -The teams, of-Henry O'Brien-Willy Rabel, Al Grenda-ISddle Testa, and TUiss Allen-Jack McCoy were crowding each others' heels at. the end of 438 miles. O'Brien and Rabel, however, held tho advantage in sprint points with S3 to their credit. Grenda and Testa had 64, and Allen and McCoy had 36. Those points decide tho winner in the event of a te in mileage figures. Tho leaders were pacing the other 11. teams by nearly a mile. GOLF , Diana Flshwlok, famous British golfer, Is coming to America In January, and hopes to give our girls some hard games. FEW SCHOOLS PUN FOR POUGHKEEPSIE SHARE! ID-F SHAFTBR, Jan. 10.—Shaftcr played a basketball triple-header on the local floor ,wlth the Marlcopa cagors. This was the opening shot of tho coming Pelottv League games for Shaftor. Tho flyweights' encounter was the first. on the bill. Ernest Schultz, Shafter star forward, was disabled in a collision with the wall of the court. At that point, the score stood 6-2 In the locals' favor. After thati there was a regular Niagara -of scoring by the Invaders. At the end of the last round, tho game stood 10 to 20 for Marlcopa. Line-up: Shafter Pos. Marlcopa— Bartell F .'... Flake Schultz .F.... Hayslett Voth c Cheny Martin G ; Smith Koop a ; Vartoy Shafter subs—Weidmann and Devine. Marlcopa subs—Doaton and Frazler, high-point man of tho afternoon. , Tho lightweight match • ended in Shaftor coming to the top of the heap against (lie highly touted visitors, 17 to 12. Tho lineup was as follows: Shafter Pos.' Marlcopa. F. Johnson F Permenter n. Mettler F Burnham Unriih C ..'... Devlno W. Johnson G Payne Schulta O Mltchel Shafter subs—Epp, Annls, Alvarado and D. Annls. Marlcopa cubs—Devino and Kubanks. Tho heavyweight game, was 'the closest of the afternoon, ending In a score of 17-16 In tho locals' favor. This bang-up, nlp-and-tuck game was anybody's until tho last 40 seconds 1 of play. Tuffy Janzen, Shafter forward, sank the basket that won the day for the locals and brought the house to Its feet. • ,Gene Sarazen Is Influenza Victim (Unitei Pren Lcaied Wire) SANTA MONICA, Jan. 10.— Little •ihope for Gene Sara»en's speedy recovery from an attack of influenza to permit him to play In the Agua Call- cnto open was held by his physicians today at Santa Monica Hospital where the British and American open champion was confined. His condition is not serious, but ho is too 111 to play for several days, it was said. (Associated Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Jan. lO.-^-One of tho smallest fields in years probably will face' the starter's gun in the annual Poughkoepsle regatta this year, assuming the Intercollegiate Rowing Association decides to hold the annual classic. . . v Only ' two schools, Columbia and California, are definitely committed to participation in the 1933 regatta although Navy "very probably" will be represented. Cornell, Syracuse and Penn all are undecided at present although definite announcement, one war or another, may come at tho annual meet- Ing of the association here Thursday. Curtailment of all Athletic activities except basketball and football are to be considered by Cornell authorities tonight and financial conditions may force abandonment of in- colleglate rowing competition for the year. Penn, which sent only a varsity crew to Poughkeepsle last year, and Syracuse likewise may decide, for reasons of economy, to pass up tho famous regatta this year. • Maxwell Stevepson of Columbia, chairman of the board of stewards, still feels sure the regatta will be held although admitting the possibility that the date may have to be advanced and the distance of the varsity and Junior varsity races shortened. By CHE8TEH HORTON GOLF'S OnEATEST TEACHER (Copyright John R Dill* Co.) CtUB ARIZMENDI VS. DADO LOS ANGELES, Jan. 10. (U. P.)— Articles of agreement for a 10-round fight In the Olympic hero on January 24 have been, signed by Baby Arlz- mendl and Speedy Dado, featherweights, Olympic officials announced today. The match will be the "rubber" ovcnt of a tlireo-bout series, each fighter holding a decision. RING ECHOES (Associated Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK.—Bep' Van Klaveren, Holland, outpointed Phil Rafforty, New York, (10); Eddie Holmes, Connecticut, outpointed Cordon Donahue, New York, (8). The home-made "33" golf club can serve you with astonishing effect, and as I think no one of your regular clubs could, by enabling you to discern Just how tho six basic co-ordinates in tho golf swing flow together when there Is resiliency In tho action. With the "33" club this re- slllenoy Is • In tho shaft, which may be anything of a resilient nature from a heavy wire to a limb off a tree. This resiliency Is essential and that's why I suggest this home-made club since you coult hadly buy any sort of club with a shaft soft enough for this purpose. Standing is, of course a matter of ordinary address, there being no difference when your "33" is to bo used. The club, as waggled should, however, exert a loosonlng-up effect throughout your body. As tho clubhead swings back and forth at the end of the rubber-like shaft, the non- resisting muscle now In your hands and wrists will be exactly the feel you should have when you have a"regular club in your hands, a feel which nevertheless, probably will be a new one of comfort and relation. Waggle the "33" and note the ease and comfort of your address. This is the beginning of a good swing. NOTE—Mr. Horton -now has perfected a complete service for readers of this newspaper. He has free instruction material to meet any golf ing difficulty. Write Mr. Horton, care National Newspaper Service, 326 Wes Madison, Chicago, simply stating what golfing trouble you seek to cor rect, and his Instructions will be sent free. Enclose a stamped, self-ad dressed envelope and one 3-cen stamp. Stanford Finally Takes Cage Game (United Frets Leased Wire) PALO ALTO, Jan. 10. — After encountering a long series, of defeats, Stafford's basketball team came from behind last night to defeat St. Mary's, 22-18. Tho Gaols held a 10-6 half-time lead but Sam Cordry, Cardinal forward, dropped four field goals in the second half that started a winning rally for Stanford. RANGERS BEATEN SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 10. (U. P.)— • Hollywood retained second place In the California Ice Hockey League by defeating the San Francisco Rangers, S to 4, In an overtime came here last -night. Dutch Singer caged three goals and Guy Poole two for the winners. 1 »*_• FOOTBALL BENEFIT SHAFTER, Jon. 10.—The last program of tho football benefit was presented here, this entertainment mark- Ing the high school student body's debut in producing movies. The Interest provoked In tho community WIIH widespread. LEEDS, England.—Larry Gains, Toronto, Ont., stopped Paul Hoffman, Holland, (6). WINS THIRD INDOOR TENNIS CROWN AXES READY 10 A new tennis star was hailed In the east wh«n Marco Hecht, 18-y*sr-old University of Pennsylvania player, for the third year In succession won the national Junior Indoor tennis championship In New York, He equaled the record made by Vlnctnt Richards, who ^pn the title In 1918, 1919 and 1920, and then went on to become one of the nation's outstanding players. It was Hecht's last year of play as a Junior. CRAIG WOOD WINNER L. A. OPEN TOURNEY L OS ANGGELES, Jan. 10.—Led . by big Craig Wood, who carried the cash for first place In tho Los Angeles open, tho golfers making the annual Pacific coast tournament swing were en route to Agua Callente today for the border resort's $7500 open. . J A"if<Pmost of the divot diggers, if the truth be told, felt like swinging their brassies at Wood's blond head, for when he breezed In ahead of the field at Wllshlre Country Club yesterday ho won his third coast tournament In as many starts. Ho took first money at San Francisco In the-national match play open. Ho repeated In the T4000 Pasadena, open, then he topped by four strokes the next best scores hero. In winning the Los Angeles open, the Deal, N. J., professional never was over par, shooting rounds of 6971-70-71 for a total of 281, three below par and a new course record for 72 holes. By QEORQE H, BEALE United Pren Sttff CorrHp»<<nt Wood received $1516.60 for 'his effort. Altogether $5650.19, profit of the tournament, the was ne divided among tho loading professionals Closest to Wood wero Leo Dlege of, Agua. Callente and Willie Hunto , of Los Angeles with .285st: ^hey eacl received $932.25, the total of socom and third prizes. Harold F. Sampson of Burllngame Calif., finished fourth with 287 Charlie Guest of Deal, N. J., flftl with 288; and Fred Morrison, Los Angeles, MacDonald Smith, Nashville and Eddlo Loos, Chicago, split sixth seventh and eighth place money, al taking 289. Johnny Dawson of Chicago scarce tho best among the amateurs but his 292 was 11 , strokes behind Wood. Gene Sarazen, British and Unltec States, open champion, withdrew bo fore the sUrt of the final round. II I j playing suffered because of an attack of Influenza. . HOLYOKE, Mass.—Lou Broull. lard, Worcester, outpointed Horatio Velha, Hartford, Conn., (10). CHARLESTON, S. C. — Bob Goodwin, Daytona . Beach, Fla,, outpointed Eric Lawson, Brooklyn, N. Y., (10), NEWARK, N. J.—Young Terry, Trenton, N.- J., outpointed Jack Rosenberg, New York, (10); Cowboy, Owen Phelps, Phoenix, Ariz., outpointed Roscoe Manning, Newark, (10). Boehm Is Playing for Fresno State FRESNO, Jan. 10.— Edwin Boehm. former Bakersflcld High School athlete, Is showing up well on the Fresno State College hoop squad this season and Is 'expected to add considerably to the strength of tho bulldog bas- koteers, according to Leo Harris, new Bulldog basketball mentor. Boehm plays guard. Ho Is a sophomore. TERRE HAUTE, Ind. —Jack Roper, Los Angeles, knocked out Paul Pantaleo, Chicago, (3); Jimmy Kelly, Dayton, Ohio, out- pointed Pat Murphy, Danville, III., (6). CHARLOTTE, N. C.—Dewey Kimrey, Charlotte, and Les Kennedy, Long Beach, Calif., drew, (10). NEW ORLEANS.—Eddie Flynn, Philadelphia, knocked out Tommy Jones, Atlanta, (4). JAP NET TEAM TOKIO, Jan. 10. (U. P.)— The Japanese Lawn Tennis Association today announced tho players who will represent Japan in this year's Davis cup competition. They wero Jlro Sato, Ryosuke Nunol, Tatukl Mlkl, and Elklchl Ilto. Monte Weaver Gets Increase in Wage (Associated Press-Leased Wire) WASHINGTON, Jan. 10. — Monte Weaver, right-handed pitcher who came up to 'the big leagues last year and made good, Is the only member of the Washington Senators to got a raise In salary. Clark Griffith acknowledged this yesterday as contracts were sent out for tho 1933 season. Of course, Joe Cronin added a good chunk to his pay chock as ho stepped into tho role of player-manager. Weaver won 22 games and lost 10 In 1932. »-•-* :— ; iNET STAR DIES SYDNEY, Australia, Jan. 10. (U. P.)—Mrs. Hoy F. Cozens, the former Daphne Akhurst and Australian lawn tennis champion from 1925 to 1930, died today. She wua 29. SNAKE RELIGION Traces of a forgotten snake religion evidently practiced by ancient Inhabitants of tho Island of Crete in tho Mediterranean soa and perhaps tho beginning of the many myths of serpent wisdom, "snake mothers," and so forth, have-been discovered In excavations near the ancient Crutan city of Knossos. CAGE SCORES (United Press Leased Wire) Butltr, 31; Wabash, 27. Illinois, 22; Michigan, 17. Indiana, 34; Chicago, 21. Northwestern, 35; Purdue, 28. Notre Dame, 36; Mich. State, 19. Wisconsin, 30; Iowa, 19. Wichita Henrys, 34; California, 33, Stanford, 22; St. Mary's, 18. , Wash. State, 60; Meljl (Toklo), 29. Oregon State, 32; Idaho, 31. Callf.> Frosh, 61; W. C. Marines, 45. Gill and Franklin Join Nevers' Team PALO ALTO, Jan. 10. — Runty Gil University of California's All- Amor lean fullback, and Jko Frariklan, all •American end at • St. Mary's, toda joined tho all-star team of ICrnto Nev crs that will oppose tho Green Ba Packers, famous professional eleven In a Knights of Colnmbus churl t game at San Franclwjo January 22. Ernie Plnckert and Jim Mustek, for mer backfleld stars at- IJ. .S. C., ar rived yesterday In time for tho open ing practice session. Never« ex peeled tho entire squad of 21 player to bo on hand for today's scrimmage 'ans Now Have Comforts of Good Thcaler for Boxing Here W HEN fans assemble In tho Granada theater Thumlny evening f this week to watch Oeorglo AUes meet Battling Slid, they will export- nee a very comfortable change rom the old arena. .The theater 111 provld/s comfortable seats, team heat and a convenience nn- nown In the old arena. Uoxlng ans throughout the city hnvo been ongratulallng the promoters on hav- ng secured the, place 'as a scene of Ing matches ami wrestling hero In the Uluro. Tho Granada theater, In case horo Is anyone In town who docs not now Its location, Is at 018 Kentucky troet. Only Short Trip From tho west end of Bakorsflold ho automobile'trip to tho theater IH nly two or thrno minutes longer than ho old journey to the old arena. For Jast Bakci'sllcld funs tlio site Is a lartlcularly convenient one. Ak'es, the llttlo fighting Greek who s bidding for tho state championship s a lightweight, will put up an ado- uate fight for tho christening of tho heater as a boxing arena. Meets Slkl Slkl, who has fought memorable tattles with Bobbin La Sallo, Bat- ling Bullahan; Cecil Payne, Bobble Pacho and others, Is expected to give Akes BH tough a tost n» tho hard Ittlng Justin 1'a.scua. It Is scheduled o go six rounds. Campbell vs. Waller Jack Campbell, credited with a do- Islon pvor Jack O'Brien and another iver Cllno, In slated to meet Sailor Valler who has been fighting In San Dlcgo anil Is reported to have won 3 fights since leaving here. Wttlly Hunt, Los Angeles heavyweight, IB matched against John La MaiT In the special event of six •oumls. Two preliminaries are on the card as well. ' OLYMPIC STAR The Haverford, Pa., Aces, girl basketball team, have a lot of plain and fancy jumping In their repertoire In the person of J**n Shlley. Jean won th« Olympic high.Jump championship In 1932 and Is now jumping around aa a guard for the Aces. EXPECT TUFFY . LOS ANGELES, Jnn. 10. (U. P.)— Tuffy Grlffths, Chicago hcavywelgh contender, arrives here today or tomorrow to begin training for 1 his 10 round bout with Lee Hnmago of Sin Diego at tho Olympic, January 17 llitmugo, former state titloholdor, was scheduled foe his first workout today No bouts were wchoduled at th Olympic fnr tonight. FIREJLPHUR ]ross Country Team Goes to Baths at Park to Cut Weight TffHEN Coach "Spud" Harder'n " "Iron men," who are training for the Central California Junior College Conference cr6ss-country •un to bo held here February 4, show signs of getting rusty, he cooks It out of them. The Renegade runners are tfalnlng on fire and brimstone, steam heat and sulphur baths, running, and more running. This afternoon Coach Harder will take his marathoners on their weekly trek to Kern County Park, whoro they will steam away any ex- c*ss baggago and finish up with a bath In tho sulphuric waters of the park and a good rubdown. Tho 15 boys who aro competing for" places on tho five-man team which will reprcHcnt Bakerafleld Junior College In tho croBS-country run'''arc going about, tholr training In a manner that should put them In top condition by tho first of February. Tho.bnths are, however, something new. Indian legend has It that tho braves of long ago would keep themselves In trim during tho winter months by taking similar "Turkish baths," then going out and rolling In tho snow. Fortunately for the Renegade "braves," tho nearest snow la many miles beyond the park, and they haven't been forced to'this last extremity. Among the leading candidates for- tho Bokersfleld cross-country team, aro Marlon Morton, Herb Martin, Paul Dicky, Gerald McCnll, Delton Orser, Harold Eatcp, Gerald Estep and Jfid Poxton. CUBS TO CATALINA CHICAGO, Jan. 10. (U. P.)~Th» Cubs are going to stand pat on their Hcjuiui of .10 to take to the Catallna Island training cnmp. President Veeck said yesterday that he was weary of trying to make a deal for a southpaw pitcher. Chinese Grappler Defeats Hal Cox (Associated Pro** Leaned Wire) PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 10.—Walter Anhlu, Dayton, Ohio, Clilncso grappler, defeated Hnl Tox of Denver, two falls out of three In the main event of last night's wrestling cnnl hero. Achlu weighed 105 and Cox ItiS. Acnlu won tho first fall In 22 minutes with a series of flying tackles. Cox evened It up In'less thnn 2 minutes with a whip wrlHtloelr. Achlu won the- third and deciding fall In 11 minutes with n Hoston crab hold. Thor Jensen, 165, Elkton, Oregon, and Gus Johnson. , 15(i, Chlcngo, wrestled 45 minutes to a draw, each gaining a foil. ' Roh Roy, 15,1, Jackson, Mich., defeated Rudy Dcnaldy, 1&5, Mexico, two Colls out of throe 'In the opening match. « i » Schissler Refuses to Take Wage Cut (United Press Leaned .CORVALLIS, Ore., Jan. 10.— Paul J. Schlsftler, head football coarh ul Oregon State, resumed hlB conference today with Dr. W. J. Kcrr, state chancellor of higher education, over tho grid mentor's refusal to accept a salary cut. • Schissler conferred three hours behind closed doors yesterday with Doctor Kerr. Tie refused to comment on their discussions. Schlssler's contract has three yearn to run. WHAT'S THE NAME, MISTER? MI3ADVILL13. Pa.. Jan. 10. (U. P.) County Treasurer H. C. WUSROII of Crawford county Is puzzling over a letter from liscondldo, Calif. Tho writer describes himself as n 67- year-old minister, lie confesses that In his youth ho shot hiiwltH — presumably In this section — collecting the bounties. He fears, however, the birds he killed wore day hawks and not chicken hawks, so he enclosed J5 to have tho records searched to determine 1 how much b~ounty was paid. The trouble Is he failed to give his name. TAFT CAGE GAMES ' TAFT, Jan. 10.—Taft Junior College basketball team lost to tho Whlttlor State College, 20 to 17, In one of tho hardest-fought games of tho .season. At Vasn HO|>|I>H thr Tafl. High I pains won twice and lost onn. Tnft lost tho heavyweight game 20 to 10 after un oxti'n thrne-inlnutc period was played when the regular game ciulod In a tin. Tho ill lonm disposed of thplr opponents !M ID S, and llio C team WQJI 31 to 1. WILL NOT RESIGN SAN KR A NCI.SCO. ,l»n. 10. IV. P.I Flatly denying thia he would roslgn "under flro," Chaplain Leslie C. Kelloy, state athletic rommlxHloiior, todny announced hlnixelf ready to fight any charges made against him. MODERN PENITENTIARY Ono of thi! moBt, modern pe.iiltcn- tlarlen In the world will bo constructed Rhorlly In Cuba. U will consist o*f eight circular buildings formed around a central olrrulnr structure,, tlie whole enclosed In a 'huge sciuai'u urea enclosed by hlnrli walls. ON THE MAT I'rcn.i hi'imfil Wire) NEW YORK.—Rudy Dusek, 214, Omaha, Neb., threw Floyd Marshall, 222, ,Los Angeles, 24:15. Paul Jones, 212, Texas, threw Frank I Blronowlcz, 212, Poland, 26:30. reaches John R. Huff Co., Inc. 2211 Chester Avenue Phone 2211 BUCK ROGERS, 2433 A. D. Faces Icy Fate By PHIL NOWLAN and LIEUTENANT DICK CALKIN'S MAO CUT TWROOfeM TM6 ROCK WALL OP THE CAVERU AMD VUE96 PARAWttB TWS PRtSOWBR.' M -^ ^^^ MEED 6S/ERV MAM VOO'U. 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