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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, MONDAY, JANUARY 23,1933 SPORTS .ALL-! TRACK TEAM IS THE WEEK-END (Astociated Press heated Wire) PHOENIX, Ariz.—Cooper's 281 wins Arizona open golf tournoy. SAN FRANCISCO.—Nevers 1 football All-Stars beat Green Bay Packers, 13- Supremacy Returns Once 1 More to the East ! List Shows •. (Associated. Frets Leased Wire) T YORK, Jan. 23. —The east the weight events and distance runs; the mid-west in the shorter track events, particularly tho sprints; and the south and far west giving a strong argument to nil the champions, but producing few. That is the lineup of the nation's track and field stars as shown by the All-America team selected by Daniel J. -Ferris, secretary- treasurer of the Amateur Athletic Union. From all over the country, 80 star performers were selected as the All- America acos for tho 35 events, with the lenders in the metric races being picked -for the first flmo. Three of them were picked for two events each and one, big Leo Sexton of New York, holder of the world's shotput record and the Olympic title, filling three places. East Leads Of this list, 14 eastern athletes occupied 17 places; the mid-west had eight performers for ten events; tho south had three men and the far west five, nil In single events. Sexton, being picked for the shotput and the ' 35 and B6 pound weight throws, gave the east a big edge In the weight events, while stars from the Atlantic seaboard were chosen for all the distance runs from the mile to tho marathon, with the exception of the 6000 meter place, which went to Ralph Hill of San Francisco, and the 10,000 meters, which was given to Tom Ottey of Michigan State. Two mldwesterners divided the sprint places, Ralph Metcalfe being chosen at 100 yards and Kddtt Tolan at 100 and 200 meters. With three exceptions, national or Obwplc champions were picked for all the places. Ferris selected Pete Zaremba of New York University and Ken Churchill, San Francisco, for their consistent hammer and Javelin throw- Ing •performances and put In "Blazln" Ben" Eastman of Stanford at the half mile. The All-America team: 60 yards—Emmett Topplno, Loyola (New Orleans); 100 yards—Ralph Met- Monica, wins Miami Beach winter tennis tourney, beating Hudson Hamm, 6-1, 6-1, 6-1. NEW YORK.—Joe McCluskey wins 000-meter run at Jefferson club track games. NEW ORLEANS.—Shandon Farm entry of "At Top" and "Ennls" runs one-two in Jefferson derby. •» NEW YORK.—Edward G. Leo ro- :alns national amateur throe-cushion billiard title. MEETS BATTLING 1 HEREJPSDAY Sailor Waller and Jack Campbell Tangle in Semi-Windup JOHNNY SIMPSON, lightweight J who recently gave Justin Pascua a shellacking, is matched with that hardy son of the ring, Battling Slid, who fought Qeorgie Akes here In ^ memorable battlel These boys will headline the next card to be offered here on Thursday night at the 1 CSranada theater. They tangle in an eight-rounder. Slkl, through his atruresslon • ani real hardihood displayed when ho on- countered the fighting Greek hero established himself for another headline match In this city, Simpson, o: Oakland, has been selected us the man to give him a great battle. Any- 'one who can defeat Pascua Is capable ,of putting up a great fight at the weight. Waller Recovered Sailor Waller, recovered from an Injury to his foot which prevented his CORAL GABLES, Fla.—Fred Webb, appearing hero on the last card, Is WORCESTER, Mass.—Capt. Jolfn J. McEwan resigns us head football coach it Jloly Cross, OAKLAND, Calif.—Fields signs to defend welterweight title against Young Corbett, MIAMI.—Lee Chase, Sr., Buffalo,, wins Glenn H. Curtlss amateur golf trophy, defeating Brooks Glenn, Miami, one up. Shelby, N. C., wins left handed golfers' tournament, defeating. K. G. Livesay, Columbus, Ohio, two up. CHICAGO.—Cochran beats Relslet, 50-46, to tie Bozeman and Jackson for lead In three-cushion billiard championship. SARAZEN GOLF IDEA HOTLURITICIZED (Associated Frets Leased Wire) LONDON, Jan. 23.—Great Britain's elder statesmen of golf today expressed indignation over Gene Sarazen's advocacy of a larger golf hole. "Tommyrot. The very Idea makes me angry," aald Harry Vardon, six times tho British open champion. "Farcical. You couldn't miss an 8-lnch hole unless you were blind," chimed In old Sandy Herd, who's made IS holes-ln-one. "If there's to be a change, make the hole smaller, not larger," said J. H. matched against Jack Campbell, ol Los Angeles, hi the seml-windup o: six rounds. Campbell kayoed Noldoi and Is now taking on the tough nautl cal boy. Joe Fernandez, who has proved t< the fans that he still retains his ol boxing ability, will meet Eddie Nolden In the special event, n. six-rounder. Two Preliminaries Two four-round preliminary event round out the card. Ned Herman, o Ventura, Is matched against Staffor McCoy. Wild Mike Ortega will flgh Gene Barccllona from Los Angeles 1 the opener. Thus we have a card comprised o five tough fights, Including a first rate headllner, a card which shoul maintain tho pace set during th opening night at the Granada theater calfe, Marquette; 100 and 200 meters— Ta ylor, "but I think it's just right Eddie Tolan, Detroit; 300 yards—Hor- ! now to pro duco a player's best skill." ace Whitney, Colgate; 440 yards—Bill Carr, Pennsylvania; 600 yards—Alex Wilson, Notre Dame—880 yards—Ben Eastman, Stanford; 1000 yards—Dale Letts, Illinois A. C. Venzke in Mile Mile—Gene Venzke, New York A. C"; 5000 meters—Ralph Hill, Olympic Club, San Francisco; 10,000 meters—Tom Ottey, Michigan State; 10 miles—Paul Mundy, Nativity C. C., Philadelphia; 15 miles—Albert Mlchclson, Milrose A. A.. New York; 20- miles—William Stelner, New York; Marathon—Clyde Jl.irtuk, Baltimore; cross country and steeplechase—Joe McCluskey, Fordham; three-mile walk—Harry Hinkel, Los Angeles A. C.; seven-mile walk— John Knackstedt, German-American A. C., New 'York. Running broad Jump—Ed Gordon, Iowa City; running high jump—George Spitz, New York; running hop s.tep and Jump—Sidney Bowman, Louisiana State; pole valut—Bill Miller, Olympic Club, San Francisco. Sixteen-pound shot put, 35-pound weight throw and 56-pound weight .throw—Leo Sexton, New York A. C.; IG-pound hammer throw—Pete Zaremba, New York University; discus throw—John Anderson, New York A. C.; Javelin throw—Kenneth Churchill, Olympic Club; decathalon—James Bausch, Kansas City A. C. Seventy-yard high hurdles—Percy Beard, New York A. C.; 129-yard high hurdles and 220-yard hurdles—George Baling, Iowa; 400-meter hurdles—Glenn Hardln, Louisiana State. BASEBALL PRICES SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 23. (U. P.)— A bitter controversy over a proposal to reduce bleacher seats to 25 cents ut Pacific Coast League baseball games this year was in prospect here today as club owners of the circuit gathered for Uielr winter meeting. CREDIT AS YOU D LIKE IT 1*100,000 YOU itwr rr woww A • Complete satisfaction IB guaranteed by us. • Battery, Ignition, starter, generator and speedometer work Is our specialty. • Deal here and make certain the job Is done right. • Our service Is as expert ;, and efficient as you'll find » anywhere. • Wo are distributers for Wlllard Batteries—the best you can buy. C. HOMER HOPKINS' Tho same sentiment In different ords was voiced also by James raid, 63 years old and playing golf lost of them. "I would be almost mposslble to keep the 8-lnch hole in onditlon," Braid said. "The larger alls would crumble, causing endless rouble to the greenskeeper. If any- hlng the hole should be smaller." Charles Whltcombe, the Ryder Cup autaln In 1931, joining the oldsters in leir criticism, said, "Sarazen's SUK- estlon is absurd. The golf hole is ust right now. Don't inker with It." NEW COACH, CAPTAIN START WORK WAJSON READY . IOJESJSKILL IN Ul MATCH Britisher Conceded but Little Chance With Fidel LaBarbu BRUIN FRESHMEN TO PLAY LOCAL CAGERS HERE THIS WEEK-END PEBBLE BEACH IS SCENE FOR STATE AMATEUR Drillers and Renegades Will Oppose Team From South (Associated Press Leased Wire) YORK, Jan. 23.—Dm Brit- \ •^ 1 loll feather champion lu 211 years to try" his luck In tin Aniorl-; can ring, Seaman Watson will bat-,0. i » f'nl-foi'v I" tie Fidel LnBurbu in a 12-round j oUllt b VJOUeiS* to bout In Madison Square Garden | AfJoill Oil Bcuutiflll It's track training season again at University of California, and here are two new leaders for 1933: Jim Miles, Javelin star, captain of the Bears, and Brutus Hamilton, formerly of Kansas and Missouri, the new track coach. Friday night. To the winner will BO a title match in February with Kid Chocolate, Cuban negro, recognized by the New York Stato Athletic Commission ay world's U'li-pound champion. Unlike his Immediate British predecessor, Jem DrlHeoll, tvho outpointed Abe Atlrll at tho old National A. C., Seaside Course February in, coded little 1010, Watson chance of IH con- beatlnK ( United Frets Leased Wire! MONTE, Calif., Jan. 3.— Maricopa Cagers Win Two Out of Three With Wasco BT CSESTEK HOnTON' • GOLF'S OBBATEST TEACHEB (Copyright John F. Dlllo Co.) (United Press Leased Wire) PHOENIX, Ariz., Jan. 23.—"Light Horse" Harry Cooper, veteran Chicago pro, splashed across the rain-soaked Phoenix Country Club course yesterday to capture tho second annual $1500 Phoenix open golf tournament. Cooper won $500 by adding a 71 and 72 to his opening card for an aggregate Of 281. ' Horton Smith, young Springfield, Mo., pro, and Ray Mangrum, lanky Texan from Waco, split second and third-place money of $250 each by carding 283s. Smith took a 70 and 74 on his last 36 holes, wh-llo Mangrum carded a 72 and 71. Tied for third place were Paul Runyan of White Plains, N, Y.-, winner of the recent Agua Caliente championship, and Craig Wood, leading money player of the season, who stroked cards of 284. Charles Guest of Los Angeles was fourth with 280 and Al Esplnosa of Akron fifth with 283. Runyan and Wood each won $87.DO, while Guest and Espinosa earned $75 each. In the six co-ordinates of the golf wing, as listed here previously, I ARICOPA, Jan. 23.—Conch O. W. Noble's Maricopa High School basketball team met Coach Paul Wise's \Vasco cagers in tho Maricopa gymnasium with tho local boys coining out victorious in two out of three tilts, losing only tho C class, or lightweight, game. In the first game of the evening the Wasc-o Lightweights nosed out tho Maricopa representatives by a score of 24-18. Lowe playng left guard for Wasco was the' outstanding defensive player of the game while his team- inatr, Voth, starred at the left forward position accounting for 10 of the points for the winners. He was high point man for Wasco. In tho B class or middleweight division tho locals outplayed their opponents In every department of the fume, rolling up 20 points and allow- ng Wasco only nine during the game. Eubanks at center for Maricopa was the key man of the local team's offensive onslaught while much of the credit for the low score of their opponents goes to Kenny Payne for his outstanding defensive work. * In tho A class game Warner, M. Moore and Eubunks were largely responsible for Maricopa's 20 to 13 victory In this division. This combination functioned smoothly and effec- tively and promises to carry tho team on to conference honors. The games last night wore tho second of tho conference playoff. Last week Maricopa met McFarland in that city and returned home with throe games to their credit. The lineups: C Class Maricopa (18) Pos. D. Flake 5) F. Frazler (4) F. Cherry (6) C. K. Varley (2) G. WILLARO SERVICE 2222 "EYE" STREET Phone 216 mentioned "turning," which obviously Implies pivoting, :ind pivoting involves tho manner in which the hips aid the action. The hip action Is almost the whole of pivoting, since when they turn properly the pivot becomes automatic. The casual golfer Is too loose through tho hips. This does not Imply looseness uf muscle or freedom from tension, which are desirable Icondition.-), but does Imply looseness of action or movement which, when It is in the wrong llrectlon, Is anything but desirable. This looseness of action means, in most oases, too much movement of tho lips back and forth. This is com- rionly called lateral hip action. There sn't any of this In tho correct swing, lateral hip action Is just one of those terrible golfing mistakes which have ntruded themselves into golf litera- .ure'everywhere. In theso lessons :'ll outline Just what your hips do and how they do it. Tholr co-ordination s easily mastered. ' NOTE:—Nothing perfecU like practice. Practice your putting and perfect it with Mr. Morton's special put-| with" his bride, the former Miss Stella Walsh Is Injured in Poland (United Press Leased Wire) WARSAW, Poland, Jan. 23.—Misa Stanislawa Malasiewicz (Stella Walsh) who won the women's 100-meter dash for Poland at tho Los Angeles Olympic games, today was being treated for a leg Injury which may end her athletic career. The famous 22-year-old Polish girl tripped over the railroad tracks at a grade crossing in Lemberg Saturday, fell to the ground and lay there helpless for hours before her plight was discovered. She was > taken to a Warsaw specialist who" said she had sprained her ankle and torn a tendon in her let?. He said It was doubtful If she would be able to run again. Miss Walsh came to Poland last October on a two-year scholarship to the Central Institute of Physical Education. Wasco t2-l) .... Voth (10) .... CJaede (8) Morris Goodman (2) O J^owo (2) Substitutes: Maricopa, Smith, Deaton (1). B Class Maricopa (20) i'os. Wnsco (9) Permenter (8) V Quirring (2) Burnham V Gromer (1) Eubanks (8) C Voth (4) R. Deviiie G.. Zlelinan K. Payne U Lynch (2) Substitutes: Maricopa, Don Dovlno (4) and Morrison. Wasco: O'Sulllvan, Newfleld, Macklain. LaBarba. Tho California!! Is one of tho game's greatest featherweights and probably will enter the ring a favorlto at odds of nt least " to 1. LaBafba gave Chocolate a smashing tattle here a few woeks ago and Is anxious for another ".shot" at tho disputed title. Not Impressive Watson looked none too impressive when he boxed three local preliminary boys here a few days in a pnb- Ho test ordered by tho stato commission before it would approve his ap- pcarancn In a main bout at tho Garden. He won commission approval, but few experts wero ready to concede him much chance against LaBarba. This Dull Program International duel tops an otherwise unexciting national boxing program. Baby Arlzmemll, Mexican flash who is recognized as featherweight title-holder by tho California commission, faces Speedy T)ado of the Philippines at Ix>s Angeles tomorrow. At St. Louis, tho same night, Maxlo Roscnbloom, light heavyweight champion In the eyes of tli« New York state commission, engages AI Stillman of St. Louis In a 10-round non- title match. ' « i » J - / Pebble Beach will again bo tho Hceno of the state amateur golf championship thl.s year. Tho tricky Ocounaide course was unanlm'onsly chnsnn by officers of the California Golf AuHoelatlon at their annual meeting hero Sutur day night. Dates for the \9'AZ tour noy will ho .selected later. The sluto handle-up tournament wll' bo held on tin- Monterey penlnsuhi course and thn Pr-1 Monte course. It was decided to havo tho state amateur title decided on match piny basis as has been done tho past two years Golfers with handicaps of seven and under will be eligible, without a qmil Ifylng round. H. 15. Mills, San Francisco, was elected president of tho association C. M. Kellogg, Los Angeles, first vlco- presldent; n. F. C'ntor, San Francslco second vice-president, and W. J O'Connor, San Frnnclsoo, Hecrotnry Directors elected wero W. W. Cnmp bell, Beverly Hills; E. B. Yoakum, Lo Angeles; J. <"}. Lovlson, Han Fran Cisco; K, Tt. Hurst, Los Angeles, nni R. Brace Carter, San Francisco. A Class Maricopa (20) Pos. Wasco (13) Allen (3) F Swinney (4) Smith (3) .•;...F.'».'... King Eubunks (B) C... KummerfeUl (!) Warner G.. Cannon (2) Moore (7) G ShafeV (1) Substitutes: Marlcopu, Flako (1); Wasco: Bcrgthold, Tlsdalc, Zlelman. HEAD TAFT MATCHES TAFT, Jan. 23.—Buck Buchanan, hoping it won't rain next Thursday night, has lined up a card of wrestling performers who have shown their ability In Kern county during the past few weeks for January 20, at Buchanan's pavilion, which, though it doesn't boast of a lot of fancy names, promises some hot action. In the main event Buck has matched Strombaugh of Tuft and Jess McCann of Portland. These youngsters have wrestled twice already, with each taking a match. Tho coming match will be Stumbaugh's first main event and will be a 2-hour, best two out of threa falls match, with the entire purse to go to the winner. The second main event Is between Jack Toone of Amarllla, Texas, and Don Hill of Bakersfield. Both will come In at 160 pounds and will wrestlo winner take all, This match is set for one hour, best two out of three falls. Carl Cook of Tnft, 170, and Rod Fenton of Canada, 100, will wrestle the 20- mlnute opener. Herman Brix Goes on His Honeymoon (United Press Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Jan. 23.—Herman Brlx, former football and track star of the University of Washington, Is honeymooning in southern California ting Instruction, obtainable, free, by writing him for It care National News- gaper Service, 326 West Madison Street, Chicago, Enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope and one extra 3.cent stamp. Jeanette C. Braddock of Los Angeles, It was learned today. The couple eloped to Santu Barbara Saturday. Mrs. Brix is a grandnleee of the late Joseph Cannon, former speaker of the House of Representatives. NEVERS' TEAM WINS BAY PACKERS (United Press Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 23.—The football "dope bucket" probably received Its last upset of the season at Kezar Stadium here Sunday when Ernie Nevers and his team of all stars defeated the Green Bay Packers, former national professional champions, 13 to 6. Addition of Harold "Red" Grange, former Illinois star, to tho Wisconsin team's lineup failed to halt tho driving attack of the western eleven. Nevers, Stanfard's all-American fullback In 1925, dominated the offensive play throughout. Thirty thousand spectators braved a threat of rain to soo tho game, which was sponsored by the Knights of Columbus for charity. *-»-• LEAD COAST CAGERS (Associated Fran's Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 23.—Undefeated Bears of tho University of California and Trojans of IT. K. C. stood at tho top of the southern division, Pacific coast conference, basketball race today. Tho Bears added number three to their string of victories by trouncing Stanford's Indians, 37 to 22, In Berkeley Saturday night. At tho same time, the Trojans In a Los Angeles contest, ran wild to defeat tho University of California at Los Angeles, 49 to 27. Led by Hal Klfcrt, flashy forward, who topped the individual scorers with 17 tallle.s, tho Bears romped away from tho Indians after a hard first half which ended with Stanford holding a 14-13 advantage. Tho victory was tho twenty-second for tho bears over their traditional rivals In eight years. Stanford has won but twice in that time, onco In 1025 and again In 1931. The contest between the two southern teams was a free-for-all battle In which 112 personal fouls were recorded. At half-time, tho Trojans who took an early lead, had a 29-9 advantage. Both Stanford and U. C. L. A. have lost three games and won none. TKHACTTAPT, Jan. 23.—Tho lornl high .school basketball tenmn wont to 'ictorville Saturday to play the Vlc- orvllle high. Although the Know had o be scraped off the outdoor court eforo the giimes, and the wind blew n-etty stiff before the finish, three ast frames were played.wlth Tehach- ipl winning the A and B games, 18 to 9, and 21 to 17, respectively, and tolng tho C game 8 to 8. Three two-minute periods were ilaycd to decide tho tie but neither Dado, Arizmendi Are Already for Bout (United Fre'H Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Jan. 23.—Speedy Dado and Baby Arlnmendl polished off training today for their scheduled 10- round go at the Olympic tomorrow night. With both fighters pronounced in perfect condition by their handlers, the two probably will cpawl through the ropes on even betting terms. Although rated by the stato commission as bantamweight champion, Dado will meet Arizmendi In what the commission has billed as u bout for the featherweight title. Arizmendi expects to take a crack at N. B. A. Phar Lap's Kin Is En Route to U. S. A. (United Press Leaned Wire,)' SAN FKANCISCO, Jan. Ha.—"Pillow Fight," half brother of the famous race horse, Phar Lap, which died In California lust year, was en route from Australia to San Francisco today aboard the liner Mariposa. Du- vld J. Davis, owner of Phar Lap, bought Pillow Fight for $15,000 and has entered him in tho Agua Caliente handicap, scheduled for March 1'rt. The horso will reach hero January 31. BILLIARD TIE CHICAGO, Jan. 23. (A. P.)—J. N. Bozoman, Jr., of Vullejo, Calif., und Clarence Jackson of Detroit, Involved In a three-way tin with Wcllu-r Cocli- run of Hollywood, Calif., for the lead- Corbett Contract Almost Completed (United l'ren* r.cascd Wire) SAN* FRANCISCO, Jan. :',3.—Tho Young Corbett 111-Jnckln Fields bout for tho welterweight championship, here February 22 needed only tho signature of Promoter George A. Putnam today in order to become a definite event. Tho contract, signed by Larry White, manager of the Fresno boxer, and Jack Koarns, manager of tho champion, provided that thn first $65'ifl In gate receipts goes to thn promoter for expenses. The next J3r,,00( goes to Fields—mostly—and Corbett. Both fighters expect to enter serious training for the fight this week. .»-•-» BIKE RACE LEADERS CLEVELAND, Jnn. 23. (A. P.)— Forty-slx-year-old Iteggio McNnmara and youthful Norman Hill continued to lead Cleveland'!* first six-day bicycle nice furly today. At th" end of 1,120 miles tho Australian veti-nin ami his California nrshlp In Hie world three-cushion Ml- | partner held :i one-lap lend over llardw tuiirmiiiKMil, got out their champion Freddy Miller's title next ! today to d-ffml their unmarred rrc- month In Chicago. ordt. j linn "Toivliy' 1 Pifden, British Columbia, and JUIOK AuOy, who wi-ro In second plucf. Ido scored. Tchauhapl players were: A team. Too Krrea, Jose Narez, Ciordon Fraser, Earnest Cupdoville, Lyle Jacobs, Stevo Valdpz. It tcnin, Bill Dean, inces Wilson, Uoorgf Bronson, Pete Olive, Fny Adams, Theodore Forester. C team, Leo Auranger, Lowis 3ye, Bob Bronson, Frank Nnrez, Robert Poupp, Billy Weldon. O. Offorman Is the Tehuchapl coach. Ball Directors to Consider Admission (Associated Frets Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 28.—Direct- ore of the Pacific Coast League meet here today to struggl« with a number of problems Including a proposed reduction In baseball bleacher admissions from DO tu 25 cents. Tho proposal was given advance support by Joe Bcarwald, president of the San Francisco Missions, who de- lared It was necessary under present economic conditions. Charley Graham of the San Francisco Seals, A. Robert Miller uf Oakland and Oscar Uelchow of Los Angeles were reported in favor of allowing each club to settle tho (|iieutioii for ita own town. Other club representatives wero noncominittul or understood to be opposed to tho proposal. fNTEHEST is focused on two *• scheduled appearances of the J. C. L. A. freshman quintet here ,hl8 week-end, against the high ichuol Drillers Friday evening, and ho junior college Renegades Saturday. The games are being sponsored hy the Bakersfield Lions' lub, arrangements having been made to turn over all returns above actual expenses to tho Llona' Club milk fund. It will mark the fourth meeting between tho Bakersfield High quintet and the IJruin frosh, the Drillers hav- ng onco defeated and twice lost to :ho culleglanH In previous seasons. Tho local Ttenegadis will bo going against tho Cubs for tho first time. Uoastlni? the strongest squad In years, the U. C. L. A. freshmen are. planning a. thorough cleanup of Kern county. They have scheduled a game, with Taft Junior College for Thursday, and so will play three nights in a row. Whether the Bruins succeed In making a clean sweep or not, prospects arc for tho best series of basketball games seen here to date. Defeated Compton Local fans In general and junior college backers In particular will remember the appearance of the Compton J. c. quintet against the Renegades just before Christmas. Tha Compton boys that night looked entirely too good for any competition In this part of tho state. Then camo word (hat the U. C. L. A. freshmen had tuV-en Compton In stride, and a fairly easy stride at that. Both high school and junior college teams of liakersfleld, however, havo shown sufficient advancement stnco then to warrant the assumption that they will give tho Bruins a run for the money. Coach Peterson's Jaysees, after dropping a hard-fought game to U. C. L. A.'s elder brothers at Berkeley, staged a comeback Friday to win their first conference game with VI- Halla and will meet the Bruins In top 'firm. Thoy will have to play a second conference game Friday evening, :he night before they go against the Cubs, but Rcedley is not usually as strong a team as the squad defeated by the Hentgades at Vlsalla last week. Meet Wasco A practice game between the Hen- CK.ides and the strong Wasco aggregation Is slated for Tuesday evening in the local gymnasium. Coach Griffith set to work on his Drillers this afternoon, again concentrating on Improving their marksmanship. Just previous to the Taft game last Friday the high school boys showed signs of developing Into a high scoring outfit, but whether they were too closely gunrded or simply thrown out of stride by their strange surroundings at Taft, they couldn't find the basket with a compass. The Bakersfield lightweight and middleweight squads, with no games definitely scheduled, awaited the results of som* long distance telephoning by Ernest Dalbom, high school director of athletics. In hopes that It would mean some form of competition this week. •*- Amateur Boxers to Meet in S. F. Ring (Associated Press Leased Wire) SAN FHANCiaCO, Jan. '.'3.—Amateur leather stingers of northern California, numbering 308, will battle In the preliminary matches of tho 1'a- clflc Association boxing tournament here tonight for tho 11 new championships. Tim field will be reduced by tonight's battles to about "10 boxers to compete In further eliminations January ISO, February 0 and 13. In addition to San Francisco and tho Mast Ray, rounmiiiltlcs rcpru- HCnlPtl In tho entry list include Salinas, Turlock, Stockton, Lodl, Vre.sno, Han JOHO, SucniMn'iito anil Mountain View. U. S. Tennis Stars Win in Australia (Associated Frets Leased Wire) MELBOURNE, Australia, Jan. 23.— United States men and women tennis players today won three of their four matches In the various divisions of play In the Australian tennis championships. The lone defeat was that of Mrs. John van Ryn, the former Mldgo Glaclman, by Mrs. Bond In the women's singles. Keith Gledhlll won a socond round match of men's singles from Jack Clemenger, Australian Davis Cup captain, (!-0, 0-7, 8-0, 0-3. Mrs. Van Ryn and Ellsworth Vines, Jr., defeated R. IS. Schleslngm- and Mrs. O'Hara Wood in mixed doubles 0-2, 6-2 and Vitn Ryn and Wllmer Allison defeated II. O. lloprnan and Vivian McGrath 6-0, 6-2, 6-0 In men's doubles. Mrs. Bond's scores over Mrs. Van Ryn wore 6-4, 3-6, 6-4. BUCK ROGERS, 2433 A. D. .„ WERE TRAPPED IW 1LLER KANE'S HIDE-OUT N THE BASE OF A MOUNTAIN - BENEATH TWO-MU-ETM\O< CE SHEET IN THE ENTER OF GREENLAND KANE MAD BLOCKED THE MAIN EXIT WITH A VAST PILE OF STONES- TMERE WERETWO OTHER ENTRANCES TO THE PLACE -ONE WITH A TRAP-DOOR THAT COULD ONLY BE OPENED FROM THE OUTSIDE AND ONE LEADING FROM KANE'S REDUCTION P1ANT WHERE-WE PRODUCED PURE RADIUM FROM THE STOLEN ORE" COPYHIOHT JOHN '. DIULC CO mo. u»«. p»T.orr. Disintegrator Fails By PHIL NOWLAN and LIEUTENANT DICK CALKINS SO a\CK AGAIN V/E DASHED - TO THE ROOM BE.NEATH 'TUE RADIUM ROOM -BUT- BUT VA4EM V/E REACHED THE END OF THE PASSAGE AND TRUED »T ON THE PAN EL.- ME HER SMA1.U DIS1NTEGRATOR - HOW ABOUT THE OTHER PASSAGE , BUCK THE. ONE. TH/XT LEAOS FROM THE REDUCTION ROOM WILL. NEVER EAT MUCH POWER THROUGH INES .THEN LL GO BACK AND DESTROY TO BE CONTINUED GRANGE TO L. A. LOS ANClteLES, Jan. 23. (U. P.)— Ilcd Uraneo wim scheduled to arrive In, Ix5s AiiKolfH today to select a training: spot for tho Green Bay Packers who will meet, Erny I'lnckert'3 Southern California All-Stars In a football gamo next Sunday at Wrlgley Field. CAGE SCORES (Associated Press Leased Wire) Columbia, 37; Cornell, 36. Princeton, 40; Dartmouth, 25. Temple, 31; Georgetown, 19. Pitt, 39; Notre Dame, 35. Penn, 38; Navy, 34. Western Reserve, 34; Colgate, 21. Northewestern, 30; Illinois, 2T. Michigan, 38; Chicago, 18. California, 36; Stanford, 22. Southern Calif., 49; U. C. U. A., 27. Texas, 38; Texas A. and M., 31. Arkansas, 33; Rice, 23. Mississippi State, 40; Tulane, 29. Louisiana State, 57; Sewanee, 45. Vanderbilt, 25; Auburn, 24. Virginia, 32; Washington A Let, 27. Florida, 40; Georgia, 39. EXPERT Radio Service TUBES TESTED FREE Witham & Booth 2015 H Street Phone 2834 Prichurd Automobile Service 2308 Chester Avenue SAVE MONEY HERB W«Hinh«tl *ttir tun«u». till, ptltd. flun. tlralni and it«»r««l«i toll, riittrlul MnrlM, Miartl niitlri, Li*> ratal" «*4 ti* until.

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