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Bakersfield, California
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Monday, January 30, 1933
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1933 DRILLERS LOSE TO CLUB HEREJPDAY < Experienced Cagers Are Too Powerful for Prep Five •OTfHILE Coach Griffith took ad» " vantage of the opportunity to try out a number of his second stringers In varying combinations, the Bakersfleld Athletic Club quintet defeated the Drillers, 29 to 16, In a practice game played preliminary to the Renegade-U. C. L. A. freshman class here Saturday. For •the high school it was a let-up after their strenuous battle with the college frosh on the night previous, while the Athletics were primed for an impressive showing. The Athletic Club team, recently organized under the leadership of Ir- wln Vandam, manager, and Ben West, acting captain, will continue Its current series of games at Taft tonight. They have a game scheduled with California Polytech at San Luis Oblspo later this week. Saturday evening Coach Griffith started Young and O'Brien as forwards; Beavers, center, and Quails and Ellis, guards. Ho later moved Quails to forward with Heber and aent In Beatty and Daly as guards, but regardless of the form of the lineup, Quails wag the only boy who could locate the basket. Ho accounted for a total of 10 points to be high-point man of the game and collected all but one of his .team's field goals. First Team Th6 Athletic Club's "first team," made up by Bon West and HI Stanley, forwards; Smoot, center, and Hlg- glnbotham and Tyack, guards, showed plenty of olaes. All of them, excepting Smoot, were members of the conference championship junior college basketball five last year and have carried over much of their teamwork Into this season. tStanley and Tyack are playing the best basketball of their careers, and "West and Hlgglnbotham have been outstanding cage artists since high school days. Although the second string was un- abje to do much in the way of scoring, the Athletics have some able reserves In Louie Lemuccht, Vandam, Ed Stanley, Dunham and Twaddell. The Lineups Drillers Position Athletics Young F West (7) O'Brien F Twaddell Heber (1) P ... H. Stanley (6) F Dunham Beavers C Smoot (3) C Vandam (1) Quails (10) O Hlgginbotham (5) Beatty (8)....,.. G ..' Lemucchl Ellis (1) O Tyack (8) Daly O E. Stanley «»• Los Angeles Club Wants Teachout LOS ANGELES, Jan. SO. (U. P.)— Officials of the Los Angeles Club of the Pacific Coast League today were angling for the services of Bud Teachout, lefthanded pitcher of the Columbus Red Birds. Columbus officials wore understood to have advised local authorities to go ahead with negotiations If they thought they could land the southpaw. A local product, Teachout went to Columbus via Hollywood, Seattle and Chicago and St. Lnuln of the National League. UNDERSTANDING AS YOU D LIKE IT WIFEY.THE NEW STENOfr . DOESN'T L\KE THf SHIRT ONE SOU H\frKT AVIfttf LOW PRICES on New Model 124T Here's an opportunity to get a genuine ZENITH for your car at a big saving. 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Washington SUt«, 27; Oregon, 22. Stanford, 41; U. C. L. A., 38. MIDDLEWEIGHT WILL OPEN (A'loelated Preta Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Jan. 30. — A middleweight carnival at Cleveland opens a busy week for the nation's leather pushers tonight. Topping the Cleveland card Is a. 12- round duel between Gorilla Jones of Akron, Ohio, and Sammy Slaughter of Terre Haute, Ind., with National Box- Ingr Association recognition as American champion awaiting the winner. Jones was recognized us world's champion by tlie N. B. A. until he was beaten by Marcel Thll In Paris. In the semi-final, Ben Joby, Gust Side Hebrew who Is recognized as world king at 160 pounds by the New York State Athletic Commission, faces Paul Plrrone of Cleveland over the 12-round route. Jcby's title, however, will not be at stake. Tony Canzonerl, lightweight champion, Is headlined In Madison Square Garden's Friday night club. He will meet Billy. Townsend, Vancouver welterweight, In a 10-round nontltlo match. Canzonerl obtained special permission from the state commission to engage in an overweight bout upon his promise to defend the lightweight crown a llttlo later. Widget Wolgast of Philadelphia, recognized In some quarters as world's flyweight champion, meets Jackie Wilson of Homuwood, Pa., in an overweight match at Plttsburg Friday night. JOHNNY ALLEN ON HUNT LIST (Associated Preti Lease/I Wire) NEW YORK. Jan. 30.—Johnny Alen, young righthander of the Now York Yankees, can be added to the loldout list on the basis of reports received here today from Florida. Allen and Vernon Gomez were the only players on the Yankee roster who were given Increases but both balked on the grounds that they thought their work in ,1032 entitled them to bigger salary boosts. Gomez came to terms several days ago and the Yankees probably will be able to swing Allen nto line with a minimum of trouble. The Giants announced receipt of the signed contract of Catcher Gus Man- cusoo who come to Bill Terry's club In an off-season trade with the St. Louis Cardinals. Bruins to Curtail Athletic Program (United Frets Leased W{re) LOS ANGELES, Jan. 30.— A curtailment In the Intercollegiate sports program, Including baseball, was ordered by the athletic officials of the University of California at Los Angeles today. Although football receipts were Improved over those of the 1931 season because of a more successful team, officials were forced to cut general athletic expenses, Including Intercollegiate competition In boxing, wrestling, fennls, gymnastics, swimming and water polo as well as baseball. Officials also authorized 'u 25 per cent reduction In appropriations for the track and field teams. - *-*-*< THE WEEK-END •f (Associated Press Leased Wire) Track BOSTON. — Venzke, clocked In 4:17 3-B, wins K. of C. mile at Prout memorial games. NEW YORK.—Nordell captures 1000 and 1600-meter runs in metropolitan championships. Skating OCONOMOWOC, WIs.—Melvln Johnson and Kit Klein win Individual titles in national championships. OSLO.—Schroeder wins 10,000-meter race In Norwegian-American series; Bngnostangen takes ICOO-meter event. Tennis MONTREAL.—Shields conquers Hall, 6-2, 6-4, 6-2, for Canadian Indoor title. MIAMI, Fla.—Lott wins all-south title, beating Sutler, 6-4, 8-2, 3-6, 6.-3; Manglu and Bell win doubles. MELBOURNE. — Gledhlll defeats McGrath, 6-4, 6-1, li-1, to reach finals of Australian championships. RENEGADES ARE DEFEATED HERE BY FROSH TEAM Bruin Yearlings Win in All Games Slated in This County AS THE hard of long ago might •**• have told It, "Tho Bruin camo over the mountain, to see what he could see," and having seen, he conquered. The U. C. L. A. Bruin frosh made It three straight over Kern's fairest and bravest Saturday night when they overcame the Bakersfleld Junior College Renegades, 42 to 28, after having defeated the" Taft J. C. Cougars and Bnkersfleld Drillers on previous evenings. It was the old, old story. The ool- legro freshmen built up a considerable lead In the opening minutes and do- flod the Renegades, an they had do- fled the Cougars nnd tho Drillers, to penetrate their tight zone defense. Tho Jaysee offense simply bounced off the outside ring of tho U. C. L. A. defensive formation, and it was only when the Renegade guards, John Hawkins and Mason Purtle, started ringing up the baskets from out In the center of the court thnt the score became anywhere near even. Dick Ashen. U. C. L. A. center, started on the drive that made him high point man of the game when he bounced In a rebound shot for the Initial score. McFadden collected another point on n free shot, and Ashen came through with setup to make It 5 to 0.. The Renegades took time out to talk thlngjj over, but ft wasn't until the Bruins were leading 12 to 0 that the Bakersfield boys got their first tally. Hawkins' Drive Hawkins launched a desperate heave from mid-court, then following In hard and high, caught the ball on rebound for an easy bucket. He tried the same play a moment later, and there wasn't any need for a follow-up. Score, 12 to 4. Harrell and Voorhles, replacing Mulvana and Haworth In the forward berths for Bakersfleld, added a. goal each to the Renegade total, but by half time the freshmen held a commanding lead of 23 to 8. During the second half the Renegades, due to the effective long range work of Hawkins and Purtle, outscored the Uclans by one point, 20 to 19, but the Bruins were never in real danger. Fine Teamwork The teamwork of the freshmen, even to the blused home team fan, was a thing of beauty. On defense the whole quintet, McFadden, Melancon, Ashen, Trotter and Wldllscka, shifted back and forth in their zone formation, breaking up every effort for a short shot, and the guards saw to It that the Renegades had very few cracks at the basket on rebounds. On offense they seemed to have an endless succession of plays. The Bakersfleld boys might stop tho first rush, but there was always a second wave just behind and sooner or later one of the frosh wan able to break loose for an unguarded shot. ' A good-sized crowd was in attendance. The Lineups U. C. L. A. Position Renegades ..P.. ..F.. ..F.. ..F.. McFadden (7). Ford Melancon (4). Rcltz (9) Grossmann F. Ashel (11) C. Trotter (1) G. Caldwell (2) G. Dennis G., Wldliscka (8) G.. ..Voorhles (3) . .Mulvana (2) ...Harrell (3) ..Haworth (2) Benton .Hawkins (10) Purtle (8) -*• Uses Stick, Knife to Kill Big Cougar (United Pre»i Leased Wire) KLAMATH FALLS, Ore., Jan. 30.— Using a stick of wood and a pocketknife, William Devaul, rancher near here, killed a 200-pound cougar. Devaul fired the last shell In his gun, striking the big cat in tho jaw, only slightly wounding it. Whllo his dogs worried the cougar, he managed to dispatch it with his knlfo after stunning it with a club. - » . » BILLIARDS FINAL CHICAGO, Jan. 30. (U. P.) — Augle Kleckhefer, Chicago, tltleholder, and Johnny Layton, Sedalta, Mo., were to fight It out today to Bee who will remain In tho running for the world's three-cushion billiard championship, which swings Into Its final week. They are tied in tho standings, each owning four victories and two defeats. Tho loser in tonight's game will be virtually out of the running. SARAZEN RETURNS MIAMI, Fla., Jan. 30. (IT. P.)— Gone Sarazen, American and British open golf champion, returned from California .and resumed his post as head of tho Mlaml-Blltmoro Country Club's professional staff. A basketful of correspondence awaited his attention, most of It about his recent statements lavorlng 'a larger cup. YAQUI JOE TRAINS FOR DON HILL HERE Yaqul Joe, Junior middleweight wrestling champion of the world, who meets the flashy Don Hill here Wednesday evening, Is herewith caught In two training poses. To strengthen his stomach and leg muscles, Yaqul Joe tosses about 100-pound sacks of frljoles. Incidentally Joe also fortifies his inner strength by eating frljoles and thus the succulent Mexican national fruit serves a double purpose for the Indian wrestler. Okl Shlklna, the Japanese champion, and Harold Kruskamp appear in the main event of the card. ALF. ENGEN DEFENDS SKI JUMPING ME {Associated Pri'ss Leased Wire) LAKE ARROWHEAD, Calif., Jan. 30. — In u blinding snowstorm which made leaps of any greater distance too dangerous to be tried, Alf Engen, of Salt Lake City, successfully do- fended his Lake Arrowhead ski jumping championship here yesterday. Engen's longest Jump was 148 feet. Kerns Vaughan, of Whlttler College, was crowned king of the winter sports carnival when he won tho college pentathlon. Vaughan finished with 4340 points. Elmer Olsen, of the University of Southern California, was second with 3885 points. Runner-up to Engen in the professional ski Jumping class, was Einar Fredbo, of tho Ogdcn Ski Club. He scored 498 points to Engen't* C2S. Fredbo's longest jump was 139 feet. Steffen Trogstnd, of tho Utnh fikl Club, was third with 485 points. His greatest leap was one of 13S feet. The class A amateur event was won by Slg Wathne, Lake Arrowhead, who scored 117 points. Class B honors were won by Jim Sutton of tho Big Pines Ski Club with 154 V4 points. All contestants were snowbound after the competition, but state highway officials expected to have the road cleared by noon today. - 4 » » Mangin and Bell Win Doubles Title (Associated Press Leased Wire) MIAMI. Fla., Jan. 30. — Gregory Mangln of Newark, N. J., and Berkeley Bell of New York have captured the doubles championship of the all- south tennis tournament here with a straight-set victory 6-1, 6-2, 6-3 over George M. Lott of Chicago and Jimmy Van Alen of Palm Beach. The defeat shattered Lott's chances for a twin victory In the tournament. He won tho singles title by defeating Clifford Sutler of New Orleans, 6-4, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3. Lott, member of four Davis cup teams, is making a comeback this year after declining possible selection last year because of business. Women Start Golf Tourney at Miami (United Prcsa Leased Wire) MIAMI, Fla., Jan. -30.— Raced by two comedallsts from tho west, Mrs. Opal S. Hill of Kansas City and Mrs. Estelle Drennan of Tulsa, Okla., qualifiers today started the first round of match play In the annual Miatnl-BIlt- moro women's invitation golf tournament. The comedallsts played Identical rounds yesterday, 44-44 — 48. Mrs. Hill Is the favorite to win a leg on the Grace Doherty trophy, a 3-year competitive award. The defending champion, Mrs. If. B. Sterrett of Hulchln- Bon, Kan., Is not competing. BT CnEXTKn HOTITON QOLVR OaEATEST TEACHEH ICopyrliht John V. Dlllc Co.) In the lessons on hip action, In which tho correct principle for the co-ordination of the hips was detailed, tvo come almost , , immediately to that widely disseminated theory of "hitting from the Inside out." Now obviously it ID not CLUBHE«KO""~~*' possible actually to PATH HITTINC FROM swing the club dl- INSIDEOUT- iigonally across the Mlsht line, having It contact the ball * —\ as It crossed for 1 the reason that if ' you did that you HITTING FBOM '.OUTSIDE IN would be certain to project the bull always to tho right >r tho Htralpht line, assuming that the club faco had not In the meantime been opened back, In which event the ball would nllce. Tho Inside-out theory is a corrective Idea, its main purpose being to koop the player from doing Just tho reverse, which would be swinging from the outside In. It always IB deslre.l to pass the clubhead straight through the ball and out Into the flight line. The guarantee of that Is tho correct hip action, and that means hip movement devoid of lateral motion. NOTE: — Have you made your "33" practice club? You need it with Mr. Morton's special Instruction on the drive. It's free; get It by writing him for It care National Newspaper Service, 326 West Madison street, Chicago. Enclose a stamped, self -addressed envelope and one extra 3-cent stamp.. Hoppe Challenges Billiard Players ( Associated Pros Leaned Wire) CHICAGO, Jan. 30.— Wllllo Hoppe, perennial champion at 18.1 balkllno billiards, has challenged the winner of the world three-cushion championship tournament here, and nil four players still In the running for the title, have accepted. Hoppe offered a side bet of $1000 that he could defeat tho title winner, and Welker Cochran of Hollywood, himself n master of balklino; J. N. Bozeman, Jr., of Vallejo, Calif.; Auglo Klockhefer of Chicago, and Johnny Layton of Sedallo, Mo., felt so confident that each stated willingness to play Hoppe for a side wager of $5000. THUR8TON REFUSES LOS ANGELES, Jnn. 30. (U. P.)— A cut and an amputation are two different things, Hollls Thurston, pitcher of the Brooklyn Dodgers, said today In disclosing ho would not sign his 1933 contract which calls for $3200 salary reduction. "Tho offer Is outrageous," tho right- hander sit Id In aligning himself among the early holdouts. OTTO RETURNS CHICAGO, Jan. SO. (A. P.) — Otto von Porat, Norwegian heavyweight boxer, just returned from a two-year sojourn In Oslo, lias started training to make another try for honors In the United States. Two New Champions Hailed in Skating (Aminr.laled Press Leaned Wire) OCOXOMOWOC, AVIs., Jan. 30.— Two now champions today led tho amateur speed skaters of tho United States. Melvln Johnson, a sturdy Detroltor, won tho men's championship from Jimmy Webster of St. Paul, who was unable to score a point In a game effort to retain tho crown. Kitty Klein, slender, dark-haired stenographer of Buffalo, N. Y., was the npucdlest of the women who participated in the two-day contest, which ended at dusk yesterday ut Fowler Lake. POSTPONE GRID GAME LOS ANGELES. Jan. 30. (U. P.)— Rain yesterday forced the postponement of the scheduled game between the Southern California All-Stars and the Greeri Bay Packers at Wrlgley Field. Tho gridiron contest will be playod next Saturday, uncording' to Coach Ernie Plnekert of tho All-Stars. (Associated Press Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 30. — Still undefeated, the University of Southern California Trojans held top place In the southern division, Pacific coast conference basketball raco today, Tho Trojans, who gained tlio lead by defeating tho University of California Bears, 32 to 2C, at Los Angeles Friday, added another gamu to their margin by beating the Hears again Saturday, 31 to 25, on tho same court. Stanford and University of California at Los Angeles split a two-games scries at Stanford to tin for the cellar position. U. C. L. A. won Friday, 44 to 36. Stanford evened mutters by taking the Saturday game, 41 to 3S. Standing of tho teams: W. u. s. c r, r. c s Stanford l U. C. L. A 1 GREAT TRACK STARS PREPARE FOR RACES AT MADISON GARDEN Prcfs Leafed Wire) TVEW YOHK, Jan. 30.— Headed by Gene Venzke, Pennsylvania's great •L* freshman mller, the enwt.'s track Htaro who tuned up at Boston Saturday and In various preliminary meets stand by to repel an Invasion from the west Saturday in the annual Mlllrcwe A. A, games In Madison Square Garden. With Venzke in tlio Hold, the big race of the meet, the Wanamaker mile, regains some of the color of a few years ago when at was the "mllo of the century" every time it was run. The Pottstown, Pa., youngster who holds the world Indoor mile record of 4:10, faces a battle against Glenn Cunningham of Kansas, national collegiate A. A. SLATE CAGE IT (AaKontatfd Frets Lnasft Wtrf) SEATTLE, Jan. 30.—-A nildsenson lanso In basketball play In the northern division of thn Pacific Const. Conference sees only two gamos M-hed- tlled this week, lint IHi>y urn gumos between the powerful University of Washington Huskies, league leaders, and the strong Oregon State Heavers five. Splitting tholr first two-game series at CorvnlllR last week, tho two teams clash hero on Krlday and Saturday nights. At Pullman, on Saturday nlglit, tlio Washington State Cougars won again from Oregon, 27 to 22, handing (lie Oregon five Its eighth consecutive do- feat. By sweeping thn two games, Washington State moved Into second placo in tho race. Tho standings: Won Lost Pot. Washington 5 Washington State G Oregon State fi Idaho 3 Oregon 0 .S33 .(187 .625 .429 .000 cliumplon with u record of 4:111-10 and tho llrst American finisher In the Olympic 1500 meter i run. They are expected to make most of the pace. Venzke did only 4:173-5 In winning the K. of C. mile at tho Prout Memorial games at Boston Saturday nut he was not preHSed much by Brendan Moynahan and Frank Crowley, who llnlshod 30 and 60 yards behind, respectively. Tho winners of ths other featured races at Boston, Bernle McCafferty of Newark In the Prout Memorial 600; (!»orge Dullwlnklx of New York In the Chovrus 1000. Joe McCluakoy of Fordham In the 2-mlle, and Dick Bell of Massachusetts Tech In the sprint, also are slated to appear In the Mlllrose meet against powerful opposition. In addition to a number of experienced indoor campaigners, Frank Wykoff of Lou Angele*, ono of the greatest outdoor sprinters, will try the board floor for the first time and u flock of other newcomers to the eastern Indoor circuit will appear. The Lineups The lineup for tho east-west duels in the leading events of the meet up- poars to run about this way: 800-meter run: Bullwlnklo against Ned Turner, Olympic star from Mlch- IN FOR i! FEE! (A»nw(nlril Prf»n Lca*cil Wire) CLEVELAND, Jan. 30.— Tho secret's out — rabbit foot won those two games from tho two International League leading teams fur Cleveland's hockey Indians last week. And from now oh the pockets of the But one gamo is scheduled for each I men who, before those two games, had tniun this week. Stanford and C: fornia will meet at Stanford Saturday, while the Trojans and U. C. L. A. battle at Los Angelos the same night. •» « » .DEFEATS Fl (Associated I'rcts Leased Wire) MELBOURNE, Australia, Jan. 30.— Jack Crawford today retained his Australian lawn tennis singles championship as he defeated Keith Gledhlll, eighth ranking player of the United States, 2-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-2, In the finals. Qledhlll returned to tho courts with Ellsworth Vines, Jr., with whom he holds the American doubles champion- whip, to defeat Crawford and E. F. Moon, the Australian pair, In the finals of that division of play, 6-4, 10-8, 6-2. It was the third straight championship for Crawford, the first time any player has won the title throo times In succession In tho long history of the event, going back to 1003. J. O. Anderson was tho only player who previously had wen the title threo times but there was a break In his string of victories. Rules Committee (Asuoflatcit 1'rcsa l,ca»cd Wire) NEW YORK, Jan. 30.—The rules committee of tho American Football Coaches Association will meet here Saturday. They will determine, at that time, what changes, If any, should In their opinion bo madn In tho playing code for 1D33. Definite Instructions will be given to Lou Llttlo of Columbia, Noble Klzer of Purdue, and Howard Jones of Southern California, who will represent the coaches' association at the gathering of the national football rules committee a week later. TROJANS DRAW WELL LOS ANGELES, Jan. .'10. (TJ. P.)— The Trojuii.f of tlio University of Southern California were, more than three times better drawing cards on the gridiron lust K.>a.-,on than their fellow townsman from tin; University of California :it Jxja .\ng>-li>n, an estimate of county officials revealed today. Ill seven games at Memorial Stadium tho Trojans divw Jfi47.BOfi •whllo U. C. L. A. ii'Htod only }li!),lj;)G from eight contr.stH. won only throo games all season, will bulge, with lurky charms. Left Wing Bernlo Brophy brought tho rabbits' feet—till of them—when ho Joined the, club at London, Ont., last Friday night after being out for two months with a broken shoulder. The trophies of Brophy'u hunting prowess wore stuffed in the players' pockets when tho Indians took the Ice against tho league-leading Tecum- sehs. Cleveland won, 3 to 2. They went back In those pockets Saturday when tho tail-end Indians met the second-place Syracuse Stars here Saturday. Again they won, by 3 to 0. « • * Wykoff Training for Indoor Race (United Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Jan. 30. — Frank Wykoff, tho California comet who holds tho world 100-yard dash record of 9.4 seconds, started training today for his first and lust series of Indoor sprints, to bn run at New York. Boston, Philadelphia and Newark, N. J. This series will be his first because ho has never competed before on an Indoor track, and It will ho his last because ho announced yenterday ho would retire from competition this year. The curly headed blond runner explained, shortly after his arrival from the west, that he was graduated this month from the University of Southern California and expects to be married In June, and that lie must go to work. Ho Is looking for a coaching Job. « • » House of David Is Victor Over Saints ('United Press Leased Wire) OAKLAND, Jan. 30.—The sleight of hand passing of tho bewhl.skercd House, of David basketball team from Benton Harbor, Mich., bewildered St. Mary's Collego quintet hore last night, enabling tho visitors to win, 49-31. Tho uncanny passing of Uuchnnon, a House of David guard, who never tossed the ball where ho was looking, especially upset tho i"!acl defense. Biiohanon's tricky tossing kept tlio 1200 spectators roaring with laughter throughout the game. TRACK MOGUL NICW YORK, Jan. 30. (U. P.I—Al- fred C. Gilbert, New Haven, Conn., member of Yale's board of athletic control rind former Olympic pol« vaulting champion, has been N.-inn-d hear! of thd Amateur AthlHtlo Union track and field committee for in:i:i. BUCK ROGERS, 2433 A. D. Escape Discovered .By PHIL NOWL.AN and LT. DICK CALKINS WtLMA AMD I C6CAP6DFROM KANCS CUJTCUK IMTWB BAOIUM MIME W Msirinfr due WAV UPWARD vmwouc KVAt-RAi 1 TOOK* W&TCR AWAV BEM6AIU THE \Og TPAP- )•—•ATOMLAANO><*4E- COPYftlQHT JOH nut. u.«. PAT. MOTTMEM/ IMBVDtD JUST VUUftT t> EMOOGW RAWOM ooueiecaoss THE 6Mb- MELTED TUB* t THIS MOMENT•- tWO WILES A8OV6- VJB AUOOLEO TbGETWEC UK1DER THE Brriw LASH or TME TERRIBLE STORM. . 8UT AT LEAST WE WOrfT FREEZE* THESE ELECTRIC WEATBO 4 SUITS WILL SAVE US IP THE STORM OOKUY LAST TOO LOM6« I WOWOKR HOVJ LOIOG THIS WllOD \WILLLAST? II35T TO BE CONTINUED 1000-meter run: Dan Dean, Pennsylvania, agnlnat Charles Hornbostel, Indiana, Olympic finalist, at 800 meters. :iOOO-moinr run: McCluskoy, national rrosB-country and utoepleohaao champion, iiKiilimt Henry Brockamlth, In- illnnn, big: 10-mile and 2-mlle champion. ' CO-moter hurdles: Monte AVells, Boston. 1932 Mlllroso winner, again Jack Keller, Ohio State, national hurdleu champion. Pole Vnult Pole vault: Keith Brown and WIrt Thompson, Yale, ugalnst John TVon- Kowlc-z, Ohio Stato. High jump: Cleorgfl Spitz, New York, world indoor record holder, against Bert Nelson, Illinois A. C. 50-meter sprint: A natlon-wldo fro» for all. Kroin tho east, Bell, Ed Slo- Rd, 1m Slngor and Oeorgo Welnuteln. New York; Al Kelly, Georgetown; Earl Wldinycr, Maryland; West, Wykoff and Don Bennett, Ohio State; south, Emmet Toppino, New Orleans; Canada, Blrehall Pearson, Toronto. Tehachapi Cagers Continue Victory TEHACHAPI, Jan. 30. — Tehachapt High School basketball squads wcro again victorious Saturday night when they won threo games from the boys from Lone Pino. Tho local teams aro playing bettor basketball than over before and Coach Offarman has expectations of landing the championship of tho Desert League thin year. The scores were: "A" game, 21 to 17; "B" game, 21 to 18; "C" game, 17 to 8. Narer, : cmfwypcmfw mfwyp gbg bff For Tehachapi, "C" team — R. P.. Narez, Robert Freeman; 1. f., Robert Doupo, Billy Wcldon; c., Robert Bronson; r. g., Lewis Dye; 1. jr., Leo 'Au- Hripcor. "B" tenm—R. F., Wilson: I. f., Dean. <•., Peto Olive; r. g., Acedo; 1. g., George Bronson, Fayo Adams "A" team — R O., Joo Errea; I. •;., Lyle Jacobs; r. f., Steven Valdoz; 1. f., Rornust Capdevllle; o., Jose Narez, Gordon Frasler. Hockey League Is Disbanded in L. A. (United Prxiii Leased Wlrf) LOS ANGELES, Jan. 30—The California State Professional Hockey League wan disbanded today with the Oakland Sheiks claiming the empty honor of being champions. The organization voted to disband, it was said, because of poor box office receipts attracted by the threo teams, Oakland, San Francisco and Hollywood. Traveling expenses caused officials to suspend play. At the same time, it was learned u southern California league will be formed. Buster Smith, manager of the Hollywood Millionaires, was understood to be considering piloting ono of tho teams, which will start play Thursday. -*CREW RACE NF,\V HAVEN, Conn., Jan. 30. (U. P.I —Kor economic reasons, Yale and Harvard will hold their annual crew rare." on tli>- Thames river at New London on June 16 this year, a week earlier than usual. The combination race In which sub- stltutes usually row the day before the three main events has been can- ceK-d. The varsity, junior varsity and freshmen events will be held on June 16. EXPERT Radio Service TUBES TESTED FREE Witham & Booth 2015 H Street Phon« 2834 PRICHARD AUTOMOBILE SERVICE 2303 Chaster Avenue Installation of Singer Self Locking Valve Seats Wledenhoff Motor Tun* Up AUTO GLASS SPECIAL (Two Weeks Only) Any Size Crystal Door Qlas* Installed for $2.26 « Trlbble Glass and Mirror Works 1906 Nineteenth Street Phono 314

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