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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, MONDA^, FEBRUARY 13,1933 SPORTS .COACHES ALTER TWO RULES FOR NEXT GRID YEAR RENEGADES LOSE TO POLYTECH, 29 TO 25 Side Zones and Clipping Are Changes M(ade by Mentors ,N By JACK CUDDY United Prtii Stiff Oorropondtnt 1 BW YORK, Feb. 13. —The nation's football coaches, increasingly important factors in college athletic systems because of the depression, enjoyed additional prestige today when the national foot' ball rules committee announced adoption of two rule changes they had recommended. Emerging from its secret three day session at Philadelphia, the rules committee of the National Collegiate Athletic Association announced these 'changes In tho existing code: 1. Side zones, 10 yards wide, wore established on either side of the field to eliminate loss of downs on futile side lino plays. This will strengthen «the game's offensive side. 2. The definition of "clipping" was broadened to Include any contact with the back of a player not carrying the ball, and the penalty for "clipping" was reduced from 25 yards to IB to insure prompt penalizing by hitherto "hesitant field officials. Both changes were recommended a week ago at the first annual meeting of the recently organized rules committee of the American Footbal' Coaches' Association. About the "Fifth Down" Their adoption marks a distinct triumph for the coaches in their brisk warfare with field officials. Today's report does not mention the field officials' radical recommendation tha a "fifth down" be allowed the offensive team Inside Its own or the • opponent's 20-yard line. Moreover the reduction of the clipping penalty from '25 yards to 15 Is Interpreted gen orally as a direct reflection by the coaches on the courage of many field • officials. This first report under the com mittee's new chairman, Walter Oke son, said the game had been made much safer for players because of the nafety code adopted a year ago. A special committee pointed out tha blocking and tackltng injuries had been reduced "remarkably." Injurle from the flying tackle had decreasei 97 per cent. New Definition Tho new definition of "clipping 1 will make It Illegal for a player t run Into the back of an opponent no carrying tho ball. This Is in add I tlon to tho previous rule agalns throwing or dropping the body acres the back of an opponent's legs Ijelow tho knees. Under the new side line rule, whe 'the ball becomes dead In the sld zones it will be moved Immediately t a point 10 yards from the side line without time being taken out. If the ball goes out of bounds, 1 will be brought in 10 yards from the side lines Instead of IS, an heretofore. * » » Taft Jaysees Win Porterville Tilt ,ocal Squad Plays Pull Game After 1 Rapid Tilt With Taft tho Bakersfield Junior, Col•*•' lege Renegades, Saturday was ust the day after the night before, nd "watta headache!" Playing a jrand of ball that could be attrlb- ted only to a severe hangover rom their strenuous battle with Taft J. C. Friday evening, tho Renegades dropped a listless decision o California Polytech, 29 to 25, the mme outfit that they defeated', 30 to 8, at San-Luis Oblspo a week ago, n tho local gymnasium Saturday evening-. While the cash customers (there were several of them) twiddled their 'Ingors or employed them In the arduous task o£ estimating Just how >ften the ball could be thrown at the msket before tho law/ of averages would take hold and sink a few, the .hlrd string Renegades slowly fell behind through the first half. At half :lme, California Polytech was lead- ng, 18 to 7. Coach Peterson sent his varsity Into :ha game at the outset of the second half, but the headache became more pronounced and to a certain extent nfected the cheerless audience. Had ;he Renegade regulars been given an sven start with the Polymen, It's barely possible they would have held their own, because'the visitors weren't hitting tho bucket any too hotly, but tho 11-polnt hand'lcap was too great. Enberg High Scorer Enberg, Poly forward, continued the work that he started at San Luis and was again, high point man for his team with 11 tallies. Allen Vandam, guard, and Incidentally a younger brother of Irwln Vandam of the local high school faculty and the Bakersfield Athletic Club 'quintet, proved a tower of strength for the visitors on defense. 'Making a comparatively brief appearance, Bob Mulvana rolled up seven counters for high point honors among tho Renegades before he was sent to tho showers on fouls. Voorhlea Stars Prank Voorhies was guiding light for the Renegades throughout the first half, he and Heber getting the only field goals scored by Bakersfleld In that period. The Lineups: Bakersfleld (25) Poa. Cal. Poly. (29) Voorhies (5) F Jauch (4) Barrett (4) F Enbcrg (11) Wattenbargcr ....F. Harrell F. Mulvana (7) F. Stlern C Wallace (7) Heber (2) C Tennant (4) Benton (1) C. Matlock G Vandam (2) Stemen G Rlos (1) Purtle (B) G Vervals Rhodes G. Hawkins (1) G. CAGE SCORES (Associated Press Leaned Wire) • Navy, 48; Harvard, 26. Penn, 33| Cornell, 24. Yale, 37; Dartmouth, 36. Notre Dame, 38; Plttsburo, 31. Western Reaerv*, 40; Carnegie Tech, 33. Ohio State, 41; Army, 25. Indiana, 31; Minnesota, 22. Illinois, 38; Wisconsin, 26. Iowa, 34; Purdue, 30. Marquette, 44; Chicago, 16. Michigan, 28; Mlihlgan State, 16. Louisiana State, 46; Tulane, 28. Mississippi State, 32; Mississippi, 22. Florida, 43; Vanderbllt, 27. ' Kentucky, 45; Georgia Ttch, 22. Duke, 31; North Carolina, 24. Maryland, 46; Washington and Lee, 28. ERNIE TRIPLET! IS AFTER THIRD TITLE TAFT. Feb. 13.— Taft Junior College basketball squad defeated the Porter- vllle Junior College 37 to 21 here Saturday night before a sprinkling of faithful fans. Half time score found the locals leading by a slight margin of three points, 16 to 13. Threkeld, visiting center, was a star for the visitors. Moncler »was high man for Taft with - 12 points, and Threkheld for Porterville with 13. CHICAGO HEADLINER CHICAGO, Feb. 18. <A. P.)— Johnny Pena of New York and Jackie Sharkey of Minneapolis, a pair of featherweights, will meet In the main 10- round bout of a boxing show at the Washington Boulevard Auditorium tonight, the winner to tackle Varlas Milling of Los Angeles, next month. Physicians Study Schaaf's Condition (United Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Feb. 13.—Earnle chaaf, heavyweight boxer confined o Polycllnlc Hospital with an Intra- ranlal hemorrhage and paralysis of he left side, was studied today to de- ermine § whether an operation would ie neces'sary to remove a blood clot n the brain. Schaaf was still semiconscious from he pounding he received Friday night rom Prlmo Camera before being knocked out. The latest bulletin from .he hospital said his condition was •unchanged." < Doctor William V. I-Iealey, attend- ng Schaaf, and S. Phillips Goodhart, professor of clinical neurology at Co- umbia University, whom Doctor Healy called Into consultation, believe hat the partial left side paralysis Indicates formation of a blood clot on the right.side of tho brain. ISCIPLINE AS YOU'D LIKE IT Reliability is what any discriminating motorist looks for when he's in the market for ignition, bat- terj', magneto or distributor work. You can depend on getting it when you deal here—plus a square deal in the matter of price. And don't forget Willard is a dependable battery. We have them. C. HOMER HOPKINS' (United Press Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Feb. IK.—Ernlo Triplet! renewed his bid for his third consecutive Pacific coast automobile riiclng championship when he flashed home a winner In tho 100-lap feature race nt Ascot Legion speedway here yesterday. Triplett Jumped Into the lead and remained there after waging a close duel with Bob Carey, national champion, in the first 10 laps. Steering trouble forced Carey out, giving Triplett a cle.'ir field to victory. Ills time was 47 minutes and 21 seconds. Babe Stapp finished second, Wilbur Shaw third, Al Gordon fourth, Bill Cummlngs fifth, diet Gardner sixth, Kelly Petlllo seventh' and Sam Palmer eighth. . , It was the first time In several weeks the field of racers had appeared at Ascot. The drivers withdrew after a disagreement with officials over prize money but tho dispute was settled last week. Tommy Newton of San Diego and Rex Mays of Colton were injured in spills. Newton sustained a broken shoulder blade when his car broke a front nxlo and turned turtle. GENE MAKO LOSES ! MATCHJP LEWIS (United Press Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Feb. 13.—Gene Mako. U. S. C. freshman, relinquished his title to the, Los Angeles metropolitan singles championship yesterday when he was defeated by Elbert Lewis, 6-8, 6-3, 6-2, 6-3, In the finals of the annual tennis tournament. Mako came back with Lester Stoe- ffin, sncoiid ranking southern California star, to capture the doubles championship from Gerald Bartosh and Jack Tldball, 6-4, 4-6, 8-6, 4-6, 6-4. The women's singles finals were won by Mrs. Ethel Arnold In defeating Gracyn Wheeler, G-2, 8-1. Miss Wheeler and May Doeg. Santa Monica girl, paired to vanquish Ttuby Bishop n nd Jane Sharp In the women's doubles, 5-7, 6-4, 7-5. ALL-STAR FOR WRESTLING FANS SCHEDULED Woods, Marconi, Schroll Hills and Jones All Will Appear J OB WOODS of Johannesburg, South Africa, leopard of the veldt, will wrestle Tony Marconi, styled the Al Capone of wrestling, hero In the main event for Wednesday night at the Granada theater. Buck Buchanan, In announcing the lineups, asserts that It is an all- star card and will be given under the auspices of the Disabled War Veterans. "With "Woods, who IB one of tho most aggressive wrestlers I have ever brought here, meeting a rough customer like Marconi, nnd with tho light ic-avywelght champion, Frank Schroll, as well as Don Hill on tho card, It should be one of the bent I haves arranged for this city," Mr. Buchanan said today. Crack Seml-Wlndup "For Instance," he continued, "the semt-wlndup Is good enough for a headllner any place. I hnvo matched Frank Schroll, who holds tho llght- heavywelKht championship of tho world, with Dornco Scarhury. Scarbury need to hold the valley title at this weight and I believe the two of them will be pretty evenly matched." "In the opener I have the one-and- only Don Hill, ono of the fastest boys In the uame today, meeting Clyde Jones, of Fresno. Crowded Action "This match is limited to 20 minutes, but I'll bet these two boys crowd more action Into their scrap than you have seen In many a main event." There will be u good-sized area of seats at 85 oents, scaled up to a top of $1.35. Women and children are admitted to any seat in the place for 50 cents'. BT CHESTER HOBTON GOLFS OBEA'TEST TBACHEIl (Coprrllht John f. DIllB Co.) Because the grip la looked upon by most golfers as merely the necessary means of grasping tho club, few of you give It sufficient study and application to make It rightly effective In your swing. The grip, rightly taken, which means rather lightly taken, , promotes touch-responsiveness at the outset. But this Is not enough. Naturally, you place your hands on the shaft In some manner, whatever It chances to be In your own case, which will cause the club face to bo square to the ball, is dismissed from tTWE CORREC CR.1P Thereafter grip your thought, In ATHLETICS TO MEET BASKETEERS The Bakersfleld Athletics, victorious over tho high school Driller quintet In a game preliminary to tho Junior college tilt here Saturday, will meet tho Mormon squad, ranking Y. M. C. A. League squad, tonight. The game will bo started at 0:30 o'clock, In tho high school gymnasium, following the Jaysee practice period. Superior marksmanship gave the Athletics their win over the Drillers Saturday. Kyhcrublde had to handle tho bulk of tho Driller scoring, while both Hlgginbotlmm and West were clicking for the Athletics. Clint Smoot, ono of tho more or lens unsung heroes of tho Athletic Club five, showed up well. He used his height to good advantage, giving tho clubmen the ball at tlpoff, taking It off tho backboard to prevent rebound HhotN on defense and proving dangerous under the basket on defense. The Lineup* Ath. Clnb (31) Position Drillers (211 nil probability, yet MARICOPA TEAMS WIN THREE COUGAR TILTS THE WEEK-END (Associated Prcit Lcated Wire) Track BOSTON'.—Coan beats International field In Hunter mile of Boston A. A. games; Topplno conquers Wykoff in sprint. MOUGANTOWN, W. Vo.—Motcttlfo equals world Indoor record of 7 wec- onds for games. 70 yards In West Virginia West (S) . .F.. Eyherabldo (11) BEARS' CAGERS ARE FACING FINAL TEST CANCELS TOUR CHICAGO, Feb. 13. (A. P.)— As an economy move, William Harridge, president of the American League, decided today not to make a tour of the baseball training camps this spring. (Associated Press Leased Wire) ' SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 13.— Two I games behind the undefeated Trojans ! of Southern California, the University | of California Bears look forward to- i day to crucial battles of the southern division, Pacific Coast Conference, • basketball race. In a two-gnmo series, Friday and Saturday nights at Berkeley, the Bears will 'have their chance to tie things up. They must win both games. Tho Trojans won their eight conference contest last Saturday night at Stanford by overpowering the Indians 36 to 28. Against the Bruins of U. C. L. A. the Bears had a much harder time in a Saturday night encounter at Los Angeles, winning by the narrow margin of 37 to 3C. The half-time score was 18-18. U. C. L. A. and Stanford will meet next Friday and Saturday nights nt Los Angeles. Team standings: W Southern California ........ 8 California ................ 6 U. C. L. A ............. ... 1 Stanford .................. 1 your grip has more than anything else to do with a swing flow which will keep the club face positioned to on angle against the flight lino. This will bo difficult to do If the hands arc not lightly placed to start with, because tho position of your right hand relates to the action of your right elbuw, going back, and the Billon of your left hand Is closely related to various necessary co-ordinations during the swing. I'll detail them; for you this week. NOTE—Do you know how to aim your shots? Mr. Norton explain* this In his "Lines to Golf Success No. 3." To obtain thli, write Mr. Morton care National Newspaper Service, 326 W. Madison, Chicago, enclosing a stamped envelope, addressed, nnd one extra 3-cent stamp. SAPPlElNG PREP NpURNEY Favorites survived first-round play in the Bakersfleld High School singles tournament at Jastro Park Saturday morning, but only after Home long three-set matches. Bob Sapp, rank- 'ing high school player, had as much as he oould handle in eliminating Halbert Blng, fifth man, C-4, 4-0 and S-6. Bing was leading in the third set, 5-3, point, set and match, when Sapp rin.-illy rallied for his winning drive. Clyde Clerly won from Paul Daly, C-4, 3-6 and 6-4, while Leo Lippln- cott eliminated Sterling Giles In straight seta but only after a hotly contested second set. The score was 6-2, 10-S. Two boys who have not seen action In the tournament to date, Logan and Lovelace, will play nn important part when tho matches are continued next Saturday. Junior college tennis players, pleading insufficient notice, asked for an additional-two weeks in wHfch to prepare for the tournament. The Junior college champion, when he Is eventually decided upon, will meet the high school winner In the finals for tho Allen trophy, according to F. L. Lynn, high school and junior college tennis coach and director of the tournament. Winter Sports SALISBURY, Conn.—Roy non wins national title. L. 0 ROOKIES SIGN NEW YORK, Feb. 13. (A. P.)— The signed contracts of two rookies, Outfielder Max Ro.senfeld and Pitcher Ray Lucas, were received by .the Brooklyn Dodgers today. Pot. 1.000 .750 .125 1.25 COAST POLO TITLE SANTA BARBARA, Feb. 13. (U. P.) Gulnn (Big Boy) Williams and his Riviera Greyhounds rode to a smashing triumph over the Santa Barbara Reds here yesterday to capture the Pacific Coast Interclrcuit Polo championship. The score was 12 to 7. BOBSLED RECORD LAKE PLACID, N. Y., Feb. 13.— With a new course record to fipur tho racers, the two final runs of the National A. A. U. four-man bobsled championships today were expected to clip off more time for the whistling descent down the glare-ice of Mount Van Hoevcnberg. Curtis P. Stevens piloted the Lake Placid A. C. bob to a new record of 1 minutes 48.35 seconds for the mile and a half run during the preliminary heats. I Stanley (5) F Dally Dunham (4) F O'Brien (2) F Young Smoot (3) C no.aver.s (1) E.Stanley G licatty (4) Higglnbotham (11) G Ellis Twaddell li Quails G Jameson HUSKY CAGE STAR BREAKSHIS ANKLE (Associated 1'rcx's Leaned Wire) SEATTLE, Feb. 13.—A costly win over Washington State, 32 to 30, In which Acting Captain Johnny Fuller of Washington received a broken ankle, put the Husky basketball team within striking distance today of the league-leading Oregon State, five, but Oregon state has the chance to move still further out in front tonight and tomorrow night. Tho huskies now are faced with the tank of winning all their remaining six games, two against 'Washington State at Pullman on Friday and Saturday nights, iti order to bo assured of a tie for the northern division title with Oregon State. Meanwhile, Oregon State meets tho University of Idaho Vandals in a two- game series at Corvallls. The Vandals dropped Saturday night's game, to Oregon at Eugene, 34 to 30. It waft Oregon's first win of 11 games thlM season. *-»-* Quickaway Winner Caliente Handicap (United Press Leased Wire) AGUA CALIENTE, Feb. 13.—Quick- away led a smart field to victory In the J2000 speed handicap here yes- teVday, ria.sliiiig home a length and a half ahead of Hokuao In the six-furlong event. The favorite, Qulckaway, a 4-yoar- old Kentucky gelding owned by John D. Spreokels III, paid J5.50 to win, $3.40 to plaun and $2.80 to show. Behind Hokuao In third pluco camo Up. Bahamas, a second choice entry, finished fourth. . -*-»-» Grimm Prepares to Send Off His Cubs LAK13 PLACID, N. Y. ens' team breaks record for four-man teams In national bobsled championships. HANOVER, N. H.—Dartmouth retains team title In winter npovt.1 meet with 5"'ii points; New Hampshire second with 3!>. McFarlund's Only Threat Comes From Lights in Triple Melee •14,1 ARICOPA, Feb. 13.—Hopes for '•*•"• at leaHt two Sierra League basketball titles hit a now high when the Marlcopa High Indians scalped the McFarland Cougars In three conference games on the local court. In the U Class game the score was 23 to 15; 13 Class, 28 to 9, and the A Class, 44 to 12. The only real threat to the Marl- j o.opa boys came early in the evening In the lightweight division. McFarland tok tho lead early in the first quarter and at the end of tho half tho score was tied. In the last few mln- •urtls t.( tnv _ ules of the game Marlcopa staged a rally and scored threo baskets in quick succession, making .the final count 23 to 15. Hayselett at forward and Varley at guard turned In exceptional games. Hayselett accounted Mikkel- amateur ski Jump NEW YORK.—Montgomery Wilson and Mrs. Constance Wilson Samuels sweep men's, womun's and pairs' division* of North American figure skating championships). Tennis NEW YORK.—United States Lawn Tennis Association approves open tournament for 1933. NKW YORK.—Bell and Manfrln reach final round of Heights casino tournament. General TAMl'A, Fla.—Shute wins ClaHpnrllln open golf tournament after playoff with MuoFiirlano. ST. PAUU—Emmett McCann Is named manager of St. Paul Club of American Association. PHILADELPHIA. — Football rules committee eliminates Hklellim play, tightens restrictions on clipping. Denny Shute Wins Florida Tourney (Associated Prens Leased Wire) PALM A I'KIA GOLF CLUB, Tampa, Flu.. Fob. 1,1.. — A cool par on i an extra hole gave Penny Shute. of I rii'vrlaml, Ohio, thn 1033 Ciahpurllla ! open gulf title and }300 in cash hero i yesterday in a play-off with Willie Mai-Furlane of Tui-kahoo, N. Y. lioth Shuto and Mao Wartime wound up tho 7L'-hole distance. at 272 strokes and they wont tho extra inning to decide thu winner. Their scores wore eight strokes under par. Shuto phot the extra holo easily In par, but JTac- Farlune got Into a trap and took five. Ho won J200 n« runner up. .Shute, in hl.s afternoon round, set a course record with a 33-30 — 83, adding this to a .12-35 — 67 In the morning and two earlier rounds 'of 71-71 — 142. Shute and MaoFarlane had to play good golf to get out In front for there was plenty of par shattering. TAFT WILDCATS WIN TAFT, Feb. 13. — The Taft High Wildcats defeated the Moran Junior College Saturday. 30 to 22, In a well- played game. Taft led 16 to 10 at half time. Snyder scored 10 points for Taft and Harrington 8. (Associated Press Leased Wire) CHICAGO, Feb. 13.—Although the National League champion Chicago Cubs do not take off for Santa Cata- llna island until a week from today, Manager Charlie Grimm will come to Chicago Wednesday to prepare for the getaway. Most of tho first squad, mainly bat- terymen, will check in Saturday, and In tho Interim, Grimm will ponder on his training schedule, Inspect the new uniforms and not as a reception committee to the arriving athletes. for eight of the local's points. Wettla of McFarland played a hangup gam a at forward for the visitors, and Mannka, a young oriental, playing guard for McFarland, turned In a fine defensive game. Dazzling Exhibition In tho middleweight division spectators were treated to a dazzling exhibition of teamwork and fancy shooting on tho part of tho Marlcopa team, with the opposition merely in the way but not Interfering too much. McFarland was outweighed and outplayed and never had a chance. Before tho echo of tho first whistle died, Per- mcnter pushed one through for Marl- copa. From then on the game was Fermenter, Burnham and Payne. Payne was tho guard who tossed the ball to Permentor or Burnham, who decided between themselves who should' make the basket. A Repetition The A Class gamu was merely a repetition of the U Class, with the i score slightly higher. This was an upset Inasmuch as McFarland was conceded an even chanco for a win In this division. With both teams play- Ing their usual game thu score should have been close, but tho Marlcopa boys were hot and McFarland couldn't hit her stride, although at times McFarland showed flashes of potential power. Thn combination of Smith, ISubnnMi and Moore once again carried tho brunt of tho attack for tho locals. Smith accounted for 15 points and Kubanks for 13. Moore at guard was the principal reason for McFarland onlj' scoring 12 points. A Class Marleopa 144) Position M'F'rl'nd (12) Allen (4) F Regan (3) Smith (IB) F need (2) F.ubanks (13) C Handleston (2) Warner (4) G Nawley (5) Moore (2) G.... Hlgglnbothain Flake (4) F Uoberts Rupp O Rowo C Payne O Rhodes f, B Class Marloopn 2S Position 9 McFarland Permentor 17.... F Taylor Orcutt, Fishwick Enter Tournament (Associated Press Leased Wire) PALM BEACH, Flft., Feb. 13.— Maureen Orcutt, four times Metropolitan golf i-lmniplon, and Diana Fishwick, former British title-holder, led an Imposing list of Blurs Into the qualifying round of tho Florida championship for women here today. Miss Orcutt was the defending champion. A number of English women contested for the title along with Miss Fishwick. Miss Bea Gottlieb of Chicago WHS 'among the ranking American players entered In tho tournament. GASOLINE ALLEY Something Stirring By KING wiLLARD SERVICE 2222 "EYE" STREET Phone 216 THG FOUR. HORSGMENJ BE THERE. I'M HAVINJ 1 A PARTS TOMORROW SALLV AM' VOU'RE INVITED. SWELL! THANIKS OIVIM SKEETIX, I'M GOIM' TO HAVE A PARTV PRETTV SOOM AKJ' I'M GOIM' TO INVITB VOO. GEE, HELEW, I'LL HAvVE TO ASK AUMTIE BLOSSOM. SHE JUST FIGORED OKI SO FELLAS NOU'RE ALL INVITED TO B1RTHDAS PART-/. AN AUMTIE BLOSSOM TOLO ME TO SAN PLEASE OMfT THATTH FIME! IU|. L'. S. Pit. OH.. Cof rri|M. 1WJ. bv The Qiiugo Tribune. BUCK ROGERS, 2433 A. D. Dcgravity Surprise rty PHIL NOWLA.V and LIEUTENANT DICK CALKINS SOME OF "mEM HAD -me ROD NOW- TOME OF TI4EM HAD THE ROD NOW - THEV ^ . / >J^ TALKED IN THEIR CV/N LANGUAGE - ^fc^-f^. ^7 , FROM OUR CONCEALMENT */E WATCHED THEM OUR PRISONERS THE ARCH CRIMINALS CILLER KANE AND AROMA - TCA-EV* FROM US MOUNTAINS OP VERMONT BY . TINY TINY STRANGER AT THE BUSINESS END DE.&RAVITY ROD COULDN'T LET GO • • • AL<50 HE BECAME WEIGHTLESS — -AND THE DEGPAVITY ROCMS UNKNOWN TO THEM TOO- SEE \ THEY CAN'T UNDERSTAND WHY KANE AND AR.DALA ARE SO RIGID ! THEY CAN'T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT IT CAN'T CLUB EARTHUNGS ARE FROM THE WAY THEY ACT LOCK SWITCH \'L,LTURN YTON. ! "WE WERE SURE THEY WERE FROM ANOTHER PLANET HE "3 DRIFTING AWAY',- / L(GHT AS A FE WHERI WHAT , HAPPENED i COPYRIGHT JOHN F DILLC CO RtG U.S. TO BE CONTINUED Rurnlinni n V s Perry Rtibnnks C 5 Phillips Dcvlne 2 G Everett Pnyne O Swan Walker O Baker Mld.'hnll r. 1 McCnuley Morrison F Lobney Varley F *C Class Marlcopa 27 Position 15 McFarland Flako 3 F 4 Wettl» Haynelett 8 F Jones Frnzler F Cherry 6 C 1 Barnes Varley 2 G 6 Weaver Deaton •! U 4 Manaka Smith 2 G *-«-• Bruins and Indians Remain in Cellar (Uyltcd Press Leased Wire) LOS ANGELiES, Feb. 13.—The U. C. L/. A. Bruins were still bogged with Stanford In tho basement of Coast Conference basketball standings today, their two attempts to climb out having been frustrated by the University of California over tho week-end. The Ueurs made a clean sweep of the Berlts Saturday night by coming from behind four times to nose out a 37-36 victory. Dave Jleek, giant California center, was the hero by souring seven points late In the final half. 1'iper, U. C. L. A. forward, looped two field goals and a free throw to maintain his position as leading conference scorer. On the other hand Sclfert, Who had been pressing him for leadership, was held scoreless by tho U. C. I*. A. defense. * • » Texas Polo Team Loses to Midwick (United Prem Leaned Wire) LOS ANGELES. Feb. 13.—Cecil Smith's Ix5s Alamos polo team from Austin, 'IVxns, was helpless befor* (lie smooth working offensive of tho local Midwick Club yesterday, losing 7 to 12. Smith's spectacular riding was th« main factor in tli« visitors' offens* and defense. The Texim scored threo goals In tho sixth chnkker. Five goals WITH turned In by Elmer Boeselso, Midwick ace. Shafter Cagers Go to Mountain Town TimACHAPI, Feb. 13.—The basketball teams of tho Shafter high school canui up to play the local high school teams In th« high school gym Saturday nlK'lii. Shafter took the A game, 30 to is, and the C game 27 to 6. Th» I B gmnrt was tied until after three extra perlodx hail been played when T«- )iurliii|ii sror.nl, winning a close con| tf-st, K> to 17. l.'ollnwinif th« Kt.-hool gumcH thn Te- luichapl .Mountaineers played Trona, 1 losing by a score of 1G to 17. EXPERT Radio Service TUBES TESTED FRER Witham & Booth £015 H Street Phont 2834 1

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