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, I . , ' , ' .\.^.---.!--.. .. .... X TrfE BAKEfcSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1935 15 OUT S BRUIN FROSH BATTLE DRILLER CAGERS FOR MILK FUND CHARITY TTNDBPBATBD freshman basketeers of U, 0. L. A., who last night '-'added the scalp of the Taft J. C. Cougars to their already heavily loaded lodge pole, will clash with the Bakersfteld High School Drillers here this evening In the first two games scheduled for the benefit of the Lions' Club milk fund. The local junior college Renegades, who are tangling 1 with Porterville J. C. in the preliminary game tonight, will meet the' Bruin frosh tomorrow. The college freshmen were content to coast to an easy victory over the West Slders last evening, 31 to 25, easing up after taking a lead of 20 to 8 in the first half. Though the Cougars warmed to their tfork in the second period and outpointed the ATHLETIC U CAGERS DEFEAT TEAM irosh on long shots, the Bruins^ •gave the impression of being complete masters *of the Taft cagers' fate at all times, Advance notice, hailing the U. C. L. A. cubs as the conquerors of the JJ. S. C. freshmen and Los Angeles, Chaffey and Compton Junior Colleges, gave the victors a large pair of shoos to fill. For a while last night they seemed Intent upon filling them with baskets, as the Bruins had scored 12 points before the Cougars once swished the net. Star Guard Alex Wldliscktt, guard, looked to be the most dangerous man on the U. C. L. A. quintet, and the Drillers will be on tho lookout for his number, the "lucky" seven, tonight. Don Ashen, who jumped center, the'n dropped back to guard, proved a defensive player of no mean proportions. Clem . Melancon and William Reltz, who alternated at the left forward berth, had the situation and the ball pretty well In hand. The Bruins played a deliberate game, keeping control of the casaba and taking their time about working It In for the set- i ups, seldom risking a shot from out beyond the foul line. They appeared considerably taller, on the average, than the team they are to face tonight. Qrlff'a Lineup •Coach Griffith will probably start a rearrangement of the same five that played most of the game against Taft last week, with O'Brien and Eyhera- blde, forwards, Beavers, center, and Boatty and either Quails or Ellis, guards. The only major shift was that of sending Quails from forward back to his old position at guard. Abandoning their strict man-to-man defense, which didn't function so hotly against the West Side Wildcats, the Drillers •'Will revert to a modified version favored by Coach Griffith In former sessions, this evening. Silas Gtbbs and Dick Llnthlcum, U. C. L. A. freshman . basketball coaches, are expected to start McFadden and Melancon, forwards; Ashen, center, and Trotter and Wldllscka, guards. , Are Underdogs' All Indications are to the effect that the Drillers are In for a trimming, but basketball fans should witness some fine cage artistry In the process. 'The preliminary game, featuring the Bak- crsfleld and Porterville teams In a Junior college conference game, will slart at 7:16 o'clock. A record crowd Is expected In attendance, as the seating capacity of the gymnasium has been greatly aug- nftsnted by the erection of temporary bleachers, and the Lions Club has 'conducted an extensive sale of tickets . during the past two weeks. Returns from the game above expenses are • to. be given to the Lions Club milk fund. CAGE SCORES (Asaoeiated Pros Leaied Wire) Appalachian State T«ach»r», 52j Parrls Island Marlnei, 38. Auburn, 26; Louisiana, 24. Marquette, 36; Fals (Mexico City), 29, Glenvllle (W. Va.), 64; Morris Harvey, 39. Gustavus Adolphus, 23; Hamllne, 30. Spearflsh Normal, 34; Yankton College, 29. Wentworth Military Academy (Mo.), 31; Chllllcothe Business College, 17. College of Emporla (Kan.), 26; Southwestern, 34. " Billings Poly, 29; Carroll, 35. St. Mary's, 17; University of San Francisco, 26. Bears' Ice Hockey Team Meets Loyola (Associated Press Leased Wire) LOS .ANGELES, Jan. 27.—University of California's ice hockey team, northern California champions, opens a two-game series here tonight against the Loyola sextet. The Golden Bears will mix with Southern California tomorrow night. The California pucksters lout to the Trojans in tho Hoover cup tournament at Yosemite and hope to reverse the score here. * • » Outboard Election Slated for Mails (V nit ell Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Jan. 27.—Officers of the National Outboard Association will be elected by mall because at a meeting of executives a quorum could not be summoned. Candidates for commodore are Judge lufpert B. Turnbull, Monrovia, Calif., present office holder; the vice-commodore, William M. Eldrldge, New , York, and Phelps Ingersoll of Middletown, Conn, MEET IN CAGE TILT (United Press Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Jan. 27.—California ind U. S. C. will open the season's on the basketball court tonight when they meet In the first of j a two-game series. Tho second game will bo played tomorrow night. Coach Nibs Price of the Bears was expected to starl Elfert and Cough- land at tho forward positions, Captain Read at center, and Crowley and Ohashl at guards. Nemer and Elliott at forwards, Guttero at center and Kelly and Bescos at guards, composed Sam Barry's starting lineup. Neither team has been defeated In conference play and each has scored three victories. Canzoneri Meets Townsend in Next (United Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Jan. 27.— Tony Canzoner!, lightweight tltleholder, meets Billy Townsend a week from today at Madison Square Garden, but his championship will not be a stake. He was given the match yesterday with the provision he defend his title against a suitable opponent during March. Meanwhile, Madison Square Garden was still in a quandary over what to do with the Carnera-Schaaf match scheduled for the same date. Camera's backers ure trying to convince the Garden tho new low prices effective for his fight were a mistake. The Garden has refused to grant Bill Duffy, one of tho Italian's managers, a guarantee of $13,500. Neither side has given in and Duffy has declared he will ask for a release from the contracl, which calls for a 25 per cent cut for his fighter. "Aggregation of Players From Junior College Shows Power • > T)AKERSFIELD'S recently reor- JJ ganlzed Athletic Club quintet, featuring a collection of former Junior college stars, nosed out the Mormon team, 26 to 24, in a practice game at the high school gymnasium last night. Jimmie Higglnbotham's basket In the last few minutes of play brought victory to the club- men after a nip and tuck battle. George Snider, Ed Stanley and Billy Pruett appeared In stellar rolus for the Mormons. The most successful Athletic Club combination appeared to bo with HI Stanley, Jlmmlo Hlggln- botham and John Twaddell taking the ball on offense and the' big guards, Vandam, Jim Tynck and Joe Goodwin, backing them up. Tho Athletics, under the leadership of Irwln Vandam, are planning an extensive barnstorming tour In the near future. They will begin with the Nash quintet at Taft noxt Monday. The Lineups Athletic Club Position Mormons H. Stanley (4)....F Klahr (4) West (6).4t- F ';..,.Prue,tt (6) Dunham P E. Stanley (5) Vandam C. poertz (2) Tyack (3).. G Snider (5) Hlgglnbotham (6).G Van Horn Smoot (5) G. Branch (2) Twaddell G Doane Goodwin Q. Al MARINO BEATS VARGASf FRESNO (United Prefs Leafed Wire) STOCKTON, Jan. 27.—Al Marino, San Francisco, was too much for Joe Vargas, chubby Fresno Mexican boxer, and won a clear-cut decision In their 10-round main event here last night. The Fresno fighter put up a game battle but his more experienced opponent was too clever In warding off the determined attack. Vargas started fast and gained the support of tho crowd as he refused to "back pedal" from Marino's withering barrage of short rights and lefts Marino's superior ability as a boxnr stood him In good stead several times In the early part of the bout when Vargas ^rled desperately to crash through his guard. The Mexican scrapper became popular with local fans a week ago when he knocked out "Michigan" Joe Cans Detroit negro, In the seventh round. In the scheduled six-round soml- wlndup, Tony Sousa, Fresno heavyweight, knocked out Jack Casper In the second. Andy Powers declsloned Dave Sierras; Kid Roberts declsloned Jack Masalano, and Johnny Splno stoppec Charley Avlla in the third, in the preliminaries. Petroleum Club to Hold Big Tourney TAFT, Jan. 27. — Preparations are being made for the first golf tournament of the new year at the Petroleum Club course next Sunday between players of the Pelroleum Club and the combined clubs of Coallnga, Avenal and Shell. The tournament will start at 9 o'clock and from 12 to 2 o'clock a luncheon will be served. Nine holes will be played before lunch and nine more following the repast. The tournament, luncheon and open house are open to all members, their Indies and guests. A number of the visiting golfers will come* over Saturday and be guests at the monthly club dance In the evening. . FRASER VS. ANDERSON TACOMA, Wnsh., Jan. 27. (U. ?.) Don Fraser, Spokane welterweight, and Babe Anderson, San Jose, Calif., were rematched today after Fraser won a narrow decision over the haVd- punchlng California)! here last night. The second bout, over the eight-round route, will bo fought next week. MILLIONAIRES WIN HOLLYWOOD. Jan. 27. (U. P.)— The Hollywood Millionaires piled up three goals In the third period to overcome 1 un early lead and end In a tie with the San Francisco Rangers last night, 3 to 8. CANCEL SKATING YOSEMITE, Calif., Jan. 27. (U. P.) Uncertain weather conditions today resulted In cancelatlon of the California outdoor speed skating cham- ploWilps, scheduled for tomorrow night. , JUDQE SIGNS NEW YORK, Jan. 27. (U. P.)— Brooklyn Robins today announced that Joe Vurtge, first baseman, had signed his 1933 contract. EXPERT Radio Service TUBES TESTED FREE Witham ft Booth 201$ H Strtet Phone 2834 *» Stockdale Golfers to Play Kern River Stockdale golfers will meet Kern Illver Country Club members Sunday In an Interclub tournament on tho Kern River course, It was announced today. Play In the tournament will be started at 9:30 a. m. sharp, Stockdale players, are asked to be on hand at the time set for the inltla" toe-off. To Post Forfeits for Corbett Match (United Press Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 27.—Forfeits of the Jackie Fields-Young Corbett III bout for the world welterweight championship, to be staged here February 22, will be posted next Tuesday, Ancll Hoffman, co-promoter of the match, announced today. Jack Kearns, manager of the champion, will arrive here Tuesday from Los Angeles, ready to post the $2500 forfeit. Larry White, manager of Cor belt, likewise Is expected to subml. the required guarantee at that time Hoffman said George A. Putnam co-promoter, would sign the contrac for the bout at the time forfeits an posted. All other parties have al ready signed the articles, Pinckert Drills His Pro Gridders (United Press Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Jan. 27.—Coach Erny Pinckert drilled his all-stars In the finer points of the Howard Jones syslem loday before letting up on the schedule he hopes will carry them through to victory In a. gridiron gome Sunday with the Green Bay Packers. The former U. S. C, all-America halfback was optimistic that the system of his former coach would again triumph over Ihe Notre Dame stylo which has been adopted by the professional squad. PALS NOW, BUT WAIT Two young men with the tame problem on their minds—how to play ball though a manager—arc the best pals In San Francisco just now. They are Lew Fonseca, left, manager of the Chicago White Sox, and Joe Cronln, manager of the Washington Senators. Lew and Joe work out In the same gym. But the best of friends must part, we'll find the team of Lew and Joe fighting It out for the dear old American League pennant. Ike Boone Startles Mac by His Fielding Record N EW YORK, Jan. 27.—Being nothing more than six, seven or eight By HENRY MeLEMORE United Prtit Staff Corr«i»ondent profound that: paragraphs on this and The most amazing bit of news of the week was contained in the International League fielding averages nnd concerned our old friend Iko Boone. Ike, the same old Ike whose antics while In pursuit of a fly ball reminded one of an elephant In a revolving door, was the best • fielding outfielder In the league last season. We wouldn't have been more surprised had wo read where Mahatma Gandhi had signed to model for a raccoon coat company. This department's weekly award of three (1) handcarved pumpkin jack- o'-lanterns (candle equipped) for the most choice awarded to tilt of those hooey Is hereby gentlemen who brewed that yarn about Baby Arlz- menll and his weight making. You know the one—how Baby, unable to make the poundage required for-his fight with Speedy Dado, solved the difficulty by cutting his hair. Coach diet Wynne of the Auburn football team was given a left-handed salary raise this year—or perhaps It was a cut. Anyway, Auburn officials simply handed Wynne the football budget for 1933, telling him "to get his." The former Notre Dame ace must have seen some "good getllngs" for he spurned offers from Florida University, which, unconfirmed rumors . say, offered him a long-term contract. Auburn paid Wynne J12.000 a year the last three years, an amount, Incidentally, J2BOQ above tho salary of the president of the' school When Alabama U. calls for spring football practice Head Coach Frank Thomas will bo greeted by a squad capable of producing four lines that will average better than 200 pounds from end to end. Aquatic experts who were at th< ringside for the K. O. Chrlstner-Ktng Levlnsky fight the other night were unanimous In their opinion that K O., If he will only overcome a tendency to groan as ho makes his dives Is the logical successor to Georgia Coleman. It was this bout, by the way, that produced the best wisecrack of the week. At the end of his story In the World Telegram, Harry Grayson had this brief announcement: "Next week—Annette Keller man In person." What's become of Johnny DOCB Ask J. G., Atlanta. Answer. The 1030 national tennis champion meant It when he said h was through with competitive tennis and is now a successful business man In Newark. Canadian Tennis Is in Final Round (United Press Leased Wire) MONTREAL, Jan. 27.— Two Canadians and -two Americans were competitors today as the Canadian Covered Courts Tennis Tournament swung Into the semi-final round. Marcel Ralnvllle of Montreal will meet J. Gilbert Hall of South Orange, N. M., defending champion, today and Frank Shields, of New York will play Charles Leslie of Montreal. Ralnvllle advanced to the semi-final round by defeating Ed Burns of New York yesterday 6-1, 6-3. In other matches Hall defeated Laird Watt of Montreal 1-6, 6-3, 6-4; Shields defeated Roland Longtln of Montreal, 2-6, 6-0, 6-0, and Leslie defeated Bob Murray, a fellow townsman, 6-2, 7-9, 6-4. S. F. CAGERS WIN OAKLAND, Jan. 27. (U. P.)—Unl- verelty of San Francisco won Its second straight basketball victory over St. Mary's, 25-17, here last night. The game was featured by many personal fouls as the Gaels came within one point of the Dons In a determined second half rally. Joe Judge Signs With Washington (Associated Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Jan. 27.—Joe Judge veteran first baseman who recently was given his release by tlie Wash Ington Senators, today signed a con tract with the Brooklyn Dodgers of the National Baseball League. Signing of the veteran Judge, fo years one of tho leading players of the American League, plugs a gup at firs on the Dodgers which they tried tc fill unsuccessfully all lasj; year afto Del Bissonette was Injured In spring training. Bissonette recently underwent an other operation for his heel Injury an It Is doubtful If he will be In shape t< Play this year, at start of the season. least not at th IS SURE TO ANNEX BILLIARD TITLE jochran and Bozeman Go Into.Tie for First Place in Play (Associated Prcs» Leaied Wire) CHICAGO, Jan. 27.—Regardless ot the results In today's matches in he world three-cushion billiards hamplonshlp tournament, the leadership was safe for sunny California. Tied for the lead were Welkor ochran, the balkllne wizard from San Francisco, 1 and J. N. Bozeman, r., the Vallejo youngster nnd •baby" of the tournament, with four letorles and onu defeat. Bozeivmn vus not listed for cue exerclHo today, but In tojilght's match Cochran hart i chance of sneaking ahead of his lolghbor by defeating Tiff Denton of Cansas City. In the opening match, Frank Sco vlllo of Buffalo, N. Y., destroyer of championship hopes, and Alien Hall ot Chicago, still without a victory In six starts, were opposed, and following hem wore tho defending champion, Auglo Kleokhefer of Chicago, and Arthur Thurnblad, another Chicago player. Pulls Up Even Bozeman jumped into the lead Wednesday, but Cochran pulled up cvnn ast night by polishing off Clarencu Jackson of Detroit, BO to 36, in 40 linings. Johnny Layton of Scdalla, Mo., to- iluy was In seftond place, a 50-to-36 triumph In 37 Innings over Otto Rel- selt of Philadelphia having boosted his landing yesterday. Sensational Finish Thurnblad produced the most sensational finish of tho tournament to scoro his third vlclory In three starts, at the expense of Hall, t>0 to 40 in 4.1 nnlngs. Hall led until the last Inning when Thurnblad put together a cluster of seven to gain tho decision. • i » SET FOR N.Y. MEET (As»otiiaied Press Leaned Wire) NEW YORK, Jan. 27.—Unllku some of his predecessors, Erlo Ny haH come to this country fully prepared for thq 'crowding" and "elbowing" lhat are part and parcel of American Indoor footracing. The 23-year-old Swede, fifth In the Olympic 1500-meter run, arrived yesterday for his American indoor campaign and announced he . had been practicing in Sweden * for severa monlhs on a board Irack, 110. yards to the lap with Bharply banked lurns. After a week or so, Ny said, the turns failed to bother him so he gathered together a dozen Swedish runners to work out with him and give him racing experience. Now he Is confident ho will be able to handle him self In any "Jnm" growing out of a closely-run race. \ Other foreign stars, notably Docto: Otto Peltzer of Germany, have comi hero In tho past wlthoul any prepara tlon and found board track racing a complete puzzle to them. Ny will run In the Wanamaker rnllc at tho Mlllroso meet, February 5; th Baxter mile of tho New York A. C. games February 18, and the 1500 meter run in the National A. A. U champjonshlps, February 2C. All threi meets will bo held In Madlsou Squan Garden. Helen Moody Will Play Indoor Game (United Press Leaned Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 27.—Hele Wills Moody, International queon o lennls, will make her first appcaranc on un American court In 18 month here tomorrow night In un cxhlbltlo: match with Phil Neer. The match will open tho indoo matches to be held at the Palace o Fine Arts. ON THE MAT NEWARK.—Jim Londos, 201, Greece, threw Bruno Qorraslnl, 220, Italy, 29:06. TORONTO.—Joe Malcewlcz, 203, Utlca, N. Y., won two falls out of three from Dan Koloff, 226, Bulgaria. SPEED SKATERS ARE READY FOR TRIALS NOLDEN AND WALLER FIGHT HARD DRAW IN SEMI-WINDUP BATTLE By JIM DAY rOHNNY SIMPSON hit Battling Slkl last night with every assortment ' of punches listed In the cauliflower catalog nnd could Slkl "take It?" Slkl not only took It, but was oblivious to the barrage of blows, ap"par- ntly having his mind on something else, possibly the latest nuance of echnocracy, or congressional beer. Simpson, jabbed, hooked, uppercut, and hammered the stocky little ndlan all over the ring. He plastered him against the ropes and targeted his whole assortment of artillery against the little brown buffer., Occasionally Slkl would retaliate with momentary vlclousness but his counter-punching wasn't very persistent. The remarkable thing about frthe fight was Slki's nonchalance. At the end of the bout he was as resh, or rather Indifferent, as ever, while Simpson was worn out and Ired from hammering him. Slkl Id not take a round according to my Bcoro sheet. Sailor Waller, preferring to sharp- hoot and box rather than mix It ip with Jack Campbell, a tough, heavy logged stocky fighter from Los Angeles, fought through the seml- vlndup of six rounds to a draw. Fernandez Lucky In tho special event Joe Fernandez, veteran «of the local ring and a competent fighter, was lucky to win a decision over Eddie Nolden In what was probably the best light of tho evening. In the third round Nolden dropped Joe for a count of seven, .but Joe weathered out the other three rounds In fairly good style. The flfth round was particularly good. McCoy Wins Stafford McCoy, a rangy negro boxer, outpointed Ned Herman In the second preliminary. Herman's weav- ng crouch made him a difficult tar- ret for the taller boy, yet McCoy anded effectively and often enough to pile up a good margin of points. Slug It Out In the opener Mike Ortega and Oene Barcellona fought an exciting draw, neither one showing any defense, but slugging It out too to toe and with vehemence each one absorbing everything tho other had to offer in the- way of punishment. Sullivan vs. Varner The next headllner here will feature Charley Sullivan, famous local lighter who has toured this country ind Mexico, against Pat Varner, brother of Claude, who Is one of the best featherweights In the country. • «* Arrowhead Opens Its Winter Sports (United Press Leased Wire) ^ LAKE • ARROWHEAD, Cultf.'l -JaH. 27. — Lalto Arrowhead becamu iho mecca of ski Jumpers, toboggonlsts, dog derbylsts and society today when tho seventh annual winter sports carnival opened with a flurry of ceremonial. Tho three-day event was Inaugurated by a parade of beauties who left the cozy warmth of their hotels to pirouette In subfreezlng temperature before judges who were to select a queen. The opening program Included ski races and jumps, a dog derby, sled races, a hockey game and skating exhibitions. A night carnival tomorrow is expected to draw hundreds of week-end visitors. (Associated Press Leased Wire) OCONOMOWOC, Wls., Jan. 27.—A glistening oval of firm ice was being lghcd by sprinklers and sweepers at Fowler lake near hero today In jroparatlon for the national speed skallng championships In which a new queen and possibly a new king will be chosen tomorrow and Sunday. A field of 256 blade stars, many of :hem already champions In Iho smaller title realms of their respective states, will begin tomorrow an assault on the record books which will place Helen Qlna, Chicago, In the ranks of the former national women's champions and possibly and the reign of Jimmy Webster, St, Paul, as men's champion. Among Iho leading contenders for the women's title which Miss Blna re- Inqulshed wllhout a struggle when she recently choso to compolo with an American leam In Norway, Is Kit Klein, Buffalo, N. Y., a member of the United States Olympic squad and runner-up to tho Chicago blade queen In the finals here last year. In the opinion of skating officials, Charles Delphler of Detroit, a member of the victorious United States Olympic team a year ago, is the man that Webster will have to boat. DY CHEBTEIl HOIITON GOLF'S OnEATEST TEACHBB (Copyright Jotm F. Dlllt Co,) The Initial slep forward, toward Ihe ball, through the hips, In launching tho down swing Is the only means yot have of letting the arms start down- ward. Tho step forward nf the hips Involves no continuous hip mollon hero for the reason that this Inltla exertion gets your body out of th way, so to speak, for tho down action exactly as the withdrawal of the rlgh hip removes It In the back swing An opening Ihus Is in ado for tho for ward swinging arms. Now It ehouk carefully be noted that at no time in the forward swing does the left hi] project Itself to the left side of th position It occupies In the address Note this on Ihe diagram In the sketch. The hips Ihus hold lo th position they assume because of tin step forward, which starls the down swing, until Ihe clubhead and the arms have descended, with left- arn close to the body, until you atlaln approximately the position shown In tho sketched golfer. As the clubheac now proceeds Into the ball area, th left hip withdraws, directly back After the singlesmatch, Mrs. Moody ^ noo ' as The clubhead'goes^hroug £ h , tt . n _F Ie , p „!" tho hips are turned slightly d.agonallj with a mixed doubles match against Miss Alice Marble, 18-year-uld San Francisco ace, and Gerald Stratford. CHICAGO PROSPECT CHICAGO, Jun. 27. (A. P.)—Clark BEAR HOCKEY LOS ANGELES, Jan. 27. (U. P.)— The University of California's liocke , team, defeated only once this season,) , ... ,... „.,. VJ . tt ... will attempt to extend Its winning | Sliaughnessy, 'for xovVral'years "foot- streak _ tonight when thu Bnars meet ball coach at Loyola University, New Orleans, today was reported to be among tho leading candidates us successor to A, A. Stagg at tho University of Chicago. Loyola's sextet at Palais do Glace. The Bears meet U. K. C. tomorrow night, the team that administered their solitary drubbing. across the flight line. Your body, in other words, Is wholly out of you way. Note: Nothing perfects like prac tlce. Practice your putting and per feet It with Mr. Morton's specla putting Instruction, obtainable, free by writing to him for It care Natlona Newspaper Service, 326 West Madison street, Chicago. Enclose a selNad dressed, stamped envelope and on extra 3-cent stamp. BUCK ROGERS, 2433 A. D. VE WOODED BACK THE ATTACK OP KANE'S HEN ey OPENING THE TRAP-DOOR AND MELTING THE ICE ABOVE WITH OUR HEAT RAYS, LETTING THE Up POOR. DOWN — HW> CLOSED A BULKHEA.D AND THE WATER BACKED OP ON OS L I I COPYRIGHT JOHN F. D1LLE CO, RCO. U.C.PAT, orr THERE WAS JUST ONE CHANCE FOR us- 1 Melting Upward II UPVJEWENT-A L DELUGE OF WATER POURiNG DOWN By PHIL NOWLAN and LIEUTENANT DICK CALKINS Giants Sign Twelve Players for Year (Associated Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Jan. 27.—The New- York Giants alredy have 13 players signed for the 1933 season but they lack a catcher to round out a complete .nine. Contracts, signed, so far have been returned by Outfielders Ott, George Davis and Joe Moore; Pitchers Luque, Hubbell, Glenn Spencer and Reggie Mapp; First Basemen Terry and Joe Malay; Second Baseman Crltz; Third Baseman Verges and Shortstop John Ryan. The veteran Luque and the rookies Mapp and Malay came to terms yesterday. Young Tommy Will FightJoe Tieken (United Press Leased'wire) HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 27. — A fast bout Is expected tonight when Young Tommy. Filipino bantamweight, and Joe Tieken. Japanese, exchange punches In the main event at Hollywood Ixsglon stadium. The fight Is scheduled for 10 rounds, and will mark the Filipino's first appearance in a local ring In more than a year. Tommy Is scheduled to leave shortly for Honolulu and Manila. IT WON'T CLOSE BENEATH US. WEGOUP WEVTOOR WAY UP THROUGH THE ice , IT'S TWO MILES THICK! THE PRESSURE TERRIFIC ! IT WILL. WHEN I UP THROUGH ONU. SEE HOW IT'S PUSHING THROUGH THE TRAP NOW * OUR DEO>RAW\TY 8EV.T5 MADE US WEIGHTLESS - W MOTO TUBE- PULLED US UPWARD- TRE icfe CLOSED IN ' BELOW us- Australian Trims • Ellsworth Vines I I'niteil Preiis Leaned Wire) MEUJOUR.VK, Australia, Jan. 27.— Vivian Mctirath, young Australian tennis star, beat Ellsworth Vines of the United States today In the quarter-finals of the Australian lawn tennis championships, 6-2, 2-C, 8-6, 7-5. Jitok Crawford of Australia beat AVilmer Allison of the United States, tf-3, 3-6, 3-0, 0-0, 6-3. CUT YALE EXPENSE NEW YORK, Jan. 27. (U. P.)— YaU will follow Harvard In slashing Its 1933 athletic bill but without curtailment in competition, according to Mnlcolm Farmer, chairman ot athletics. Farmer said that Inasmuch as the financial returns from sports have been cut, the outlay also will be lessened. Prichard Automobile Service 2308 Chester Avenue SAVE MONEY HERE. 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