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1 SATURDAY" MOTim'G. if IIUDKINS TAKES COXING LAY-OFF U'ildcat Drops Hard Work for Two Days at Camp pivbraskan U ill Turn Loose Again Tomorrow Walker Goes Through Eight Round Session Ace Hudkins laid off yesterday nd he will do no boxing today at his camp on Bastanchury's ranch on the outskirts of Brea. The reason Is that he is too light. The Wildcat scaled 160 pounds " before he shadowboxed and skipped rore for six rounds yesterday. He tipped but 1531-4 after his workout. . ., . Kudkins engages in a daily ball came each morning that probably takes off a pound. Next wees me Laii games will probably be taboo. Sunday will be a big day at Bastanchury's. The Cat will be turned loose in all his glory. Preparations are being made by the American Legion of Erea to handle a crowd of 5000 people. Are yesterday saw a preview of his early workouts. Motion pictures are being made every day of the challenger and the previews are being run off In the big east bedroom suite where the King Regent of Spain once slept and where Paolino Vicu-dun snoozed the nights away ; be "ore be fought George Godfrey. For the Walker battle the challenger will bo drilled to keep his - puard up due to the hard tfpp Walker is reputed to have In his rIWalkerldboxed eight rounds yesterday with Jack Kearns holding . a critical eye on him. The doctor likes the enthusiasm with which Walker Is attacking his sparring partners, but he especially criticised 'the champion's footwork. . "Hey, there. Mick you move on 1 them legs like an old lady." said Kearns after the workout. The champion is still well above It. pounds. Kearns has ordered a closed camp from now on except at visiting hours each day during the workout. . DENVER FANS EAGER TO SEE MACK TERFORM Eddie Mack, who boxes Ignaclo Fernandez at the Olympic next , Tuesday night, has become an seency for Denver fight fans coming to see the Mickey Walker-Ace , v5 folks have ordered twenty ringside seats so far through Mack. The Coloradoans are coming ' bypSllities that Mack would ' be cen in a rematch with Gold le lless here the first week In November . loomed today. Hess notified his manager. Harvey Petitt, he would be ready to box by that time. The Ocean Park boy, who became so popular here in a snort time, thinks he was badly handicapped by swollen tonsils when he faced Mack before. Since the operation he has taken on some Mack and Fernandez have boxed ' Tony Canzoneri. Fernandez went V, h distance and lost only after a ierifflc battle. Mack looked like a " sure winner over the Brooklyn n. , inn until his ankle was injured. Two star six-round bouts will r.k u the Mack-Fernandez card, They are Sid Torres vs. Harvey Holiday, and Leo Hernandez vs. Phil Harris. PANTHER FRESHMEN RUIN CAL-PREP, 35-0 In their first official game of the ' -season, the Californians Christian College Panther freshmen defeated '- the California Preps, 35 to 0, on the Christian College gridiron yes- terday. The preps were no match : for the powerful college boys, and were knocked around the field in no " gentle fashion. Three substitutes. - ' Ariaudo, Barnett and Fatterly of ; the Christian College, made them-. selves conspicuous by their stellar all-around playing. California C.C. Arnold (arland Nathan Carter (C.) Chapman K merer Murphy Reedy Mills Grcdinskr California Preps . LE R, L.T.R. R.O.L. R.T.L. RE.U Q. LH.R. RH.U F. jaiiora Kesser Tavlor Lilly Nlsson Wuhan Logel Davis Balton Enslibh Martlnelly AiJensworth SCORE BY QUARTERS California C.C 0 14 14 California Preps 0 0 0 735 0 0 SANTA ANA NOSES OUT PASADENA BABES, 7-0 The Santa Ana lightweights defeated the strong Pasadena eleven, 7 to 0, in a game played at Santa . Ana 'yesterday. A short pass. Cham-berlin to Rogers, gave the Saints . their margin of victory. Herman of : the Saints played a great game, blocking two punts, and outplaying his opponents in general. Santa Ana. Y"yosb Cole Kuclter Casoy Uisen I ail lioters Chamberlain Pell Phabe Pasadena. I. Konnel Herman (C Zimmerman Miller Howard Norene P. Rommel GriHIth Stroutt Rlgtenhaf Makada LER. L.T R. LG.R. C. R.a.L. RTU Q. L.T.R. R.H.U r. SCORE BY QUARTERS F:nt Ana 7 0 O Pasadena O 0 0 07 00 HARVARD BATTLES TO TIE WITH LANKERSHIM The Harvard and Lankershlm football elevens battled all over the Harvard gridiron yesterday, and al tiroush both teams had excellent c --vtunities to score, the final re ev was a 0-to-0 tie. C:;sh and McCleary showed up wo 1 for Harvard as did Reynolds ani Gullow for Lankershlm. I!:;rverrl Ju .-ita Ce ;ii.' stian K.' 'ATISOU h'fvereri ilclnnis JOi'C'learjr liun Lankershlm LER. L.T.R. 1..G.R. C. R.O.L R.T.U B.EU a. L 71 R. R H.U r. Gullow liKthew Beery Reynolds llowsler Leytold Aurlthus Speterson Murphy Mclntofh 11 BCORE BY QUARTERS y-xvord 0 O 1 L-iDtfisWrn 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 COEB STOPS BIGE EAN DIEGO. Oct. 11. Wl Charlie Cobb. San Diego welterweight, iccred a technical knockout over Erwin B!ge, Omaha, in the third round of a scheduled ten-round I'iut fcera tonight. : Arizona Plays : CaltechToday j TUCSON' (Ariz.) Oct IL ( The University of Ari-J zona's new $116,000 stadium, first unit of a proposed ath- letic plant for the school, will J. UV - row afternoon with elaborate ceremonies, followed by thi R'ildcat-Calte-h football game. More than 7000 people are expected to crowd their way into the new structure to witness the dedication exercises and the fifteenth home- coming fray of Coach J. F. McKale's Wildcats. A. L. Slonaker, graduate manager, announced tonight that he had received approximately 6000 applications for scats, indicating that the crowd will be the largest ever to see a 4; gnuuxiu ci-ai. ncie. a- rtrUrM kkkkkickic FAIRFAX TROUNCES VAN NUYS TEAM, 19-0 Had Van Nuys been able to with stand the terrific line plunging of Zubrlnsky, the stellar Fairfax quar terback, they might have hung up a victory yesterday at Fairfax; but they didn't, end were forced to take a 19-to-0 waloplng Is was Zub- rinsky s pass that netted the first touchdown and his line plunging that accounted for the other two. Falrfal. Van Nuys. . Rich Halloway ilorTmsn Mcnifb Fish Orover Oravewater Bob Mcnlsh West man Bhaefler Eobwell Bwist Fountain Lathon l.B.R. LT.R. L.a.R. C. not, R.T.L. R.E.L. LH.R. R.H.U F. Schiane Altshulver Rosenbuig Rupee Zubrisky StBinbcck Carlson Notoss 6CORB BT QUARTERS Fatrfa 0 t) 19 019 Van Nuys 0 O O 0 0 COMPTON BEES BEAT INGLEWOOD LIGHTIES The game was played on even terms until the third quarter, when Fairfax scored all their points. Van Nuys had several golden opportunities to score, but were unable to rise to the occasion. The Compton lightweights won e close struggle from thelnglewood eleven at Compton yesterday. The score was 13 to 0, in cnmpron'3 favor. Smith and Boone were the scorers for Compton. Comoton- Inglewoorl. Bold Reading Edwards Grilheart Williams Bishop Brown Patterson C. Brown Dean Bowles Howe (C.) Beck LIB.. L.T.R, LOR, C. R.O.L. R.T.L. K.E.U Q. LH.R. R.H.U r. Matheny Kurren Sharp MrRoberts Schleibun Abbott Smith Boone rtliliPPt BCORE BY QUARTERS Compton 7 0S luglewood OOO 013 O 0 EL SEGUNDO SWAMPS OWENSMOUTII ELEVEN El Segundo High eleven scored a 14-0 , victory over the invading Owensmouth pigskinners yesterday afternoon on the Oilers' field. Cosby and O'Connell scored for El Segundo. El Segundo Owsmmouth Flemlnit LE R. Castro O'Connel L.T.R. Knooe Griffin L.O.R. Denevan Booth C. Kohlmlns Reason R.O.L. Tyler (O.) Foster R.TU Robei Conover ' R.E.U ' Richards PUKhrlcht Q. Bassler Cosby IH.R. Ttdwell . Rims R.H.U Wyman Newman F. McCow SOORB BT QUARTERS El Begvmdo ...7 0 7 014 Owensmouth .....0 O 0 00 Touchdowns Cosby, O'Connel. Extr polnts Cosby, 2. SANTA MONICA TIES SAN PEDRO, 13.TO-13 Manual Larranetta's powerful San Pedro Pirates were held to a 13-13 tie yesterday afternoon on the Pirates' home grounds. The Vikings were leading 13-7 at the half, but Larranetta rallied to tie the count in the fourth period. Forney was the big gun for Santa Monica, while Patalona and Tanner scored for Pedro. Ban Pedro Kirkpatrlck Fauehr Uoran . Parker Armanpea Tanl Ostich Tanner Metzler Patalano Karmullch Santa Monica Buran Batsball Memka Rankin Peckly Karl Lynman LER. LT.R. L.O.R. C. R.O.U R.T.U R E L. a. LH.R. R.H.U P. Duly Forney Barta Lanaur SCORE BY QUARTERS San Pedro .....0 7 0 (I 13 Santa Monica S 7 0 0 13 Touchdowns romey, 2; patalano, Tan ner. Extra points Forney, Patalano. BASS STOPS SANTIAGO PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 11. (-TV- Benny Bass, Philadelphia featherweight, scored a quick knockout over Armando Santiago, Cuban boxer, in the second round of their ten-round fight at the Phillies ball park tonight. Santiago was knocked unconscious in the second round with a right to the Jaw. . 0XY BEATS NEW MEXICO Tiger Varsity Tramples Lobo Eleven in Night Game al Rose Bowl, Score 260 1 Returning to their usual powerful form, Coach Eddie Kelnholz's strong Occidental varsity trampled eleven 26-0 last night under the tallied twice for the Tigers with Glenn Rozelle and Meyers each scoring once. After an exchange of punts in the first period Art Elliott, and Rozelle carried the ball from the 19-yard line straight down tho field with Big Kozelle taking it over for the first ton oh down, Rozelle converted, giving the Tigers a 7-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. Art Elliott, flashy little Oxy halfback, galloped fifty-one yards in the ROZEU.B second period, taking the ball from the 62-yard Hue to iht IU Iron tfc.er CoUler DADO WINS BATTLE AT HOLLYWOOD Charley Kaiser Loses Nod to Filipino Boxer in Star Bout at Legion Speedy Dado, flashy Filipino, met a tartar In Charley Kaiser, local bantamweight, in the main event at the Hollywood Legion last night. Although Dado won the decision the affair was pretty close, much closer than local fans expected it to be. Dado was credited with eight rounds but only in two of them did he have a decided edge, Kaiser doing most of the leading all the way. Kaiser went to the floor In the third round, ani wisely took a nine connt on one knee. Lieut. Kenworthy refereed the main attraction, Tom Patrick beat Ray PeJky in the six-round scml-wind-up. Patrick hit Pelky with everything he had but failed to put him down. Rita Funay, flashy Filipino, won an easy six-round decision over Frankle Boldt in the semi-wind-up. Frankle Abendino, a wild Mexican, took a four-round nod over Oeorgie Ryan in one of the lour-round preliminaries, while Ollle Nashiem won a rough slugging match with Curtis Poet in the curtain-raiser. WASHINGTON WALLOPS GARDENA TEAM, 21-7 With Eckenroth playing a great game at quarter, the Washington High eleven galloped to a 21-7 vic tory over the nowerial Garaena team yesterday afternoon on the Presidents' grounds. Pearson and Credech helped out Eckenroth in the backfield for Washington. Washington Garden Johnson L.B.R. Toomey Long L.T.R. T. Tatch Henney L.G.R. Martin Wilson R.O.U Cohlert Le Drant R.T.L. H. Tatch Gearson ' BEL. Btrnmmer Eclcenrottt . jjcugneru Brandt I.H.H. Marlta Cushion R.H.U Gomel Cramer V. Barber BCORE BY QUARTERS Washington 0 14 7 021 Garden 0 7 0 0 7 Touchdowns Dougherty. Pearson, Credech, 2. Field goals Frampton. Leahy. BELMONT BABE BEAT ROMAN LIGHTWEIGHTS Coach Clarence Ebers's powerful Belmont lightweight eleven smashed their way to a 14-6 victory over the highly touted L. A. High Roman babes. McLean scored first for L-A, with a 95-yard run on the kick-off. Belmont tallied twice in the last half on straight football. Belmont Xi. A. High Dillon Taylor LET!. Baiotln LT.R. L.Q.R. C. R.G.U R.T.U R.E.U Q. R.H.U L.H.R, Pi Bcurrier Season Temple Reynolds McKnmht Garvey McLean Rothert Jones Schackne vinceni Bland Peterson Stringer Leatch Perry Bertlno Landrea Strom SCORK BY QUARTERS Balmont 0 0 7 714 U A. Hign o u v u d Toucnuowng Miicnei, ntroiin. mcLicaa. SOUTH PASADENA WINS OVER BURBANK OUTFIT South Pasadena Tigers trampled on the Burbank Bulldogs 12-0 yes terday in the opening game of the Foothill League played at South Pasadena. Packard and O'Connor tallied for the Tiger eleven. South Pasadena Burbank Rooms L.E.R. Tlrtle Matthews LT.R. Tenn Btepanlan L.O.R. Mulvlany Williams (C.) C. Fimna Dlrst R.O.U McMillan McGua R.T.U Morro Couy R.E.U Calj McAUli Q. ..vf,00i fry Xj.n.lU jwanory O'Connor R.H.U Hansen Packard P. Bailey SCORE BY QUARTERS South Pasadena 6 0 0 J 12 Burbank 0 0 O 0 0 Touchdowns Packard. O'Connor. SINGER WINNER IN GO WITH ZAZZARTNO NEW YORK, Oct. 11. Al Singer, New York Junior lightweight star, stopped the heavy-punching career ol Leonard (Young) Zazzar- mg of Jersey City, with a technical knockout in the sixth round of their ten-round bout at Madison Square Garden tonight. Singer was awarded the victory after he nad mocKea the Jersey youngster down twice in the sixth round. BILLRODGERS QUITS PORTLAND CLUB JOB PORTLAND (Or.) Oct. 11. WV- Bill Rodgers, manager ol the Portland baseball club of the Pacific Coast League, resigned today. From Los Angeles he telegraphed Presl-. dent Turner that he had a "great opportunity to better himself" and was therefore handing in his resignation. Rodgers has managed the club since the middle of last year. the highly touted New Mexico Lobo lights at the Rose BowL Bud Collier and Rozelle took it to the 1-yard strip. Bud Collier carried it over for the score and Rozelle failed to make the extra point. The half ended with the 6Core 13-0. The third period went scoreless, with Oxy gaining consistently on exchange of punts. Wilson did all the booting for the Lobos, while Rozelle, the Oxy triple-threat man, kicked for the Tigers. Starting on the 40-yard line In the last period RozeUe passed 20 yards to Bud Collier. From there Collier and Art Elliott packed the pigskin to the 4-yard lirre. On the next play Rozelle took it to the Moot stripe. Collier carried It over. Rocelle passed to Smith for th extra point. Toward the end of the quarter Big Bill Meyers plunged down the field to ecore another touchdown. ' The conversion was wicl. . OS FOREIGN LINE TO AUGMENT FLEET Navigazione Libera Triestina in Expansion Step Tivo Combination Liners to be Built for Run Addition WUl Give Monthly Service on Coast BY WALDO DRAKE Two , 18,000-ton express motor liners, carrying 200 cabin passengers each and with full refrigeration facilities, will be placed in service between Mediterranean portc and the Pacific Coast in the fall of 1930 by Navigazlone Libera Triestina, it was learned from author' .atlve sources at the port yes terday. The new shins, to have , sea speed of sixteen knots and with passenger accommodations of a luxury surpassing any vessels now in European-Pacific trade, will be followed early 'in 1931 by two sister ships, thus giving the Libera Line a monthly express schedule from the Coast. The announcement climaxes the brilliant rise of the Libera Line's cargo and passenger service from Pacific ports to the Mediterranean. In exactly four years, since the freighter Piave first called here as the pathfinder in October, 1925, the service has steadily increased until today a fleet of five motor ships and two steamers is now operated regu larly on the run. Passenger and cargo facilities of these vessels are being taxed to capacity by both out ward and homeward offerings, ac- dlng to officials of the General Steamship Corporation, general agents on the pacuic coast lor N.L.T. The new liners, to be built in the Libera yards at Trieste, will wiake the run between los Angeies Harbor and Barcelona, via Panama and the Canary Islands, in twonty-three days, it was announced, as compared to the thirty-nve-aay service now maintained via Central American ports by the Libera Line. MEXICO VISITS ON ADMIRAL LINE SLATE A series of rall-and-water excur sions to Mexico City is being planned by the Admiral Line to run from January, next, until early sum mer, it was announced yesterday Dy R. B. Schutten, assistant general passenger agent. While one party proceeds by rail to El Paso, Mexico City and to Mazatlan. another will travel on the Dorothy Alexander from here to Mazatlan. The Tail travelers thence will return by water, and the sea travelers will proceed to Mexico City and baclc by rau. Each round trip will taKe six teen days, the steamer taking elev en days for each round voyage. Vis its to uuaaaiajara and otner large cities are on the itinerary. The line has promoted sixteen successful excursions to Ensenada this summer, and next week will carry 350 Shrin-ers to the Mexican resort. On November 8, next, the Los Angeles County Council of the American Legion will make the cruise. One hundred and seventy pas sengers returned from Hawaii yes terday on the Lassco liner City of Honolulu. Among them were Judge Francis E. Baldwin, Chicago counsel for Libby, McNeill & Libby, now second producer of pineapples in Hawaii; William Lloyd, dean of the agricultural college of Hawaiian University, en route to Washington to accept a Federal post; Miss June Purcell, radio entertainer; Lee Wal lace, General Motors manager m Aitefrolfd. and Rnipa fiovmni. geologist for Continental Oil Com pany, and bride, who Is a licensed air pilot. H. P. Alexander, president of the Pacific Steamship Company, opera tors or ine Admiral Line, arrived from Seattle on his flagship H. F. Alexander yesterday, on personal business. He was accompanied by his secretary, J. S. Wallace, and Hugh B. Brtttan, general pas senger agent at San Francisco. port facilities and cargo-handling methods of Los Angeles Harbor will be Inspected next month by the three members of the Hamburg Port Authority, Herren Wundram, Sieve-king and Boettcher. who are due here November 13 for a three-day stay, it was announced yesterday by William P. Montague, district manager of the Hamburg-American Line, on whose motor liner Milwaukee they will arrive In New York on the 19th Inst. During their visit In the TJnited States, the German authorities will also survey the ports of New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Buffalo, Cleveland, Chicago, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Seattle, Portland and San Francisco. Following a series of receptions in their honor to be tendered by the Chamber of Com merce, the German consulate and various German-American societies, they will sail for Hamburg olrect, from this port November 18 aboard the Hamburg-American liner Los Angeles. The new Westfal-Larsen motor liner Villanger, sailing south on the 17th lnst., in the General steam ship Corporation's South American east coast service, win emoarKnere a notable list of passengers, according to Arthur Frlberger, general Dassenser agent The travelers include Capt. Flavio Machado, of the Brazilian navy and London, who, with his wile and child, is returning home to Rio do Janeiro after a six months' sojourn in Santa Barbara. Others include Mrs. O. P. Kennedy, socially prominent in Honolulu, en route to Buenos Aires with her eon, Frederick; Mr. and Mrs. Adolfo Breyer, to Buenos Aires; Mrs. R. Mtrnen-dez, mother ot the Bolivian Consul here, and Mrs. T. Tabob, wife of a local coffee importer, and her son. The Westfal-Larsen motorship Bullaren, sailing for Australia on the 15th tost will carry a full passenger lift out of thta port, in addl-uoa to 4000 tons ol aco oil, auto- 3 IWIIPPIIM ALU MAIL SCHEDULE J MaO aarly at txialbtej Eastman (ay aehednlet Lcavea Los Amelea a.m. dally, ex cept Monday, naaectin at San Laka City with aastera Hnea. Ar-rirea 6alt Laka C"r. Z:4S Monntain Timet Chiraro, "' Central Uaaei New ra City. :44 .m f astern Time. (Clnin( tlraa for east bound Bail: Arcada Statlaa. T 6:39 a.m. I T aosloQtca T alrvon. t:m a.m nam ad nMtationa. imi i..ik..,X fnlzhl aebcdnwil Leatea Lot A melts, 7 p.m. dadr, 4 arriMi Salt Laka Cltf. t:45 a.m.. Moantaln Tine l Chicane, P-i- . Central Tfmei Kaw ork Cl. 4 a.m.. Eastern Time. C!otln T time: Areada Station. H-m.t air- J port, 1 t.sa.i main posloSica and J annotations. S .m.) J Westbound (daT achednle:) Leavea New Tark City, 11 avaa Eastern Timai Chlcaee, 8 b.bjj Ctatral Timei Salt Laka City. :1-a.aau. Mountain Timet arriTe Laa Anreles, fi:2S t.aa-, Pacific Time. Westbound (eight achednle:) Leavea New York City, 8 (.n. Eaatera Timet falcate, S a.m.. Central Timet Salt Laka City. 8:30 a.. Mountain Timet arrive Loa Anaelee, 4:13 a.m.. Paeifio Time. Coaetwiee Learea Lea Anaelea 11:43 P.m. dailyt arrivea Bakera-fleld, 13:50 a.m.! Freaaa. t a.m. I fin Franelaoa. S a.m.t Medford, Or S a.m.t Portland, 1:0 a.m.t Z Taeoma, 12:30 p.a.t Seattle. 1 m X (Clonina time far northbound mail: Arcade Station. 10:53 p.m.! air T nail hoiet. a ta ID D.m.) f Coaatwise aoathbonnd UaTea Seattle. 11:45 P.m.t Ban Franctaco, 12:50 P.m.) arrive Vot Ante.le. S P.m. mobiles, machinery and canned goods. Admiral Line's coastwise liner Ruth Alexander was in dry dock yesterday at the Los Angeles yards, having installed new bow plates in place of those damaged more than a year ago when she collided here with the U.S.S. Colorado. Son, Moon and Tide 0 3C Koy. 1 Nor. S Oct. 18 Oct. 25 BX O. S. COAST GfcODKTlO SUBTET 6ATUKDAY. OCTOBER M Bun rises 5:56 a.m., sets 6:23 p.m. Moon rises 2:41 p.m. TIDES. LOS ANGELES RABBOB Oct High Low High to 12 e.32 4.1 iz.ua J i a: 1 1 . Oct. Low Hign LAW 7:05 4.4 1J:41 2.5 7:23 4.7 1:1(1 2.0 7:42 5.0 1:40 1.4 8:04 5 4 2:11 0.9 8:28 5.7 2:43 0.4 8:51 6.0 3:21 0.0 Rich 13 0:30 0.6 14 0:59 0.5 8:10 4.7 6:51 5.0 7:30 5.1 8:08 5 2 8:47 5.1 8:27 4.8 15 16 17 18 Si 1:49 0.5 2:12 0 6 2:38 0.8 Mrvrs Tirtpa are clven in order at oc currence; first column denoting time and second column height In feet above or below mean low water tight taca type denotes a.m.; black lac p.m. SHIPPING PASSENGEE SCHEDULE VESSELS ARRTVINO 1V Berth Satnrday, October It' Admiral Dewey, San Diego, 7 SJn.... 154 Ceilllo, Ban Francisco, 6 ajn. 88 Nome City. San Francisco, 5 a.m.... 160 Harvard, San Francidco. 10 a.m 155 Pacino Ranger. Manchester. 1 a.m. . 188 Sunday, October IS &rmArY. Unnm.. New Vnrlc Via Havana, noon ....332B Arimlra! Pmnl.t. Pnrt.llLnd Vilk San Francisco, p.m id California. San Francisco, 11 a.m.... 152 Harvard. San Diego, 2 p.m 155 Yale, San Francisco, 10 a.m 155 Monday, October 14 Saale, Hamburg-Bremen-Antwerp, 8 a.m 228E Shinvo Maru, Orient via San Fran- Cisco, 8:30 a.m. ...... 230A Humboldt, San Francisco, 6 a.m 88 Cadaretta, Seattle via Baa Fran- Cisco, 8 a.m. ...... 160 El Salvador, 8an Francisco, 8 a.m... 188 Locbkatxine. Ban Francisco. 8 a.m... 187 VESSELS SAHINQ Saturday, October IS Diamond Head, Honolutn-Hllo, noon. 156 Clymont. Seattle via Ban Francisco. . 5 p.m. 1"0 Pacific Hanger, San Francisco, 5 p.m. 188 Paciflo Enterprise, London, 5 p.m... 188 Admiral Dewey, Portland via 6an Francisco. 2 p.m. 154 Ceilllo, San Francisco, 7 p.m 88 Nome City, 6an Francisco, 5 p.nK... 160 Harvard. San Diego, 3 P.m. 155 Annie Johnson, San Francisco, C p.m. 51 Sunday, October 18 Ruth Alexander, Seattle via Ban Fran- Cisco, p.m. joj Harvard, San Francisco, 4 p.m. '. ... 155 Yale. San Diego, 3 P.m 155 Monday, October 14 President Monroe. Orient Vis, San Francisco, noon Admiral Peonies. San Dlego,ll a.m. 154 California. New York via, Havana, o a.m. VESSELS IN POET Mldnlrbt. Friday, October It PASSENGER VESSELS Pacific Enterprise, motorship Br.)... 188 Pacific Hanger, motorship (Br.) . ...Anc. City of Honolulu, steamer .......... 156 Bullaren, motorship (Swed.) 181 Admiral Schley, steamer 241 Oaxaca. steamer Br.) 90 Diamond Head, ateamer ............ 158 Annie jonnson, muwiauii towcu.... hl Glymont. steamer 160 Ruin Alexander, steamer 107 CARGO VESSELS Lake Frances, steamer... 2231! Hamlin F. Mccormick, steamer 195 Golden Peak, steamer 94 Golden Kauri, steamer 181 Paciflo Cedar. 6teamer ...,23yA Paul Luckenbach. steamer ...... b..832D Hoyelsan Maru, (Jap. steamer) 188 8. A. Perkins, oteamer .L.B Montana, steamer ,,..2j2B Nabesna, steamer 195 Stanley Dollar, steamer ..817 Vaquero, motursuni a ciiv.nniM. motorship .23(e Golden Mountain, steamer ii Jans Christensqn, steamer .......... di Sabotawan, stea mer vt.. K. I. Luckenoacn, steamer ... .." Steal Inventor, steamar 191 OIL CARRIERS . oJ?ft. "Anf-- ""!! ?S Brunswick (Pan.), tanker 150 F. H. HUlman, tanker 87 La pnrlaima, tanker 150 v,r,. Norway tanker .in Eanta Maria, tanker .....Alio, LUMBER CAiUUSKS Alvaradp. steamer Cascade, steamer Point Lorn a, steamer Texada. steamer LOCATION OF BERTHS Outer Harbor. 35 to IX Ban Pedro. 74 to 09. West Basin. 101 to 149. Wilmington. 150 to 180. Fast Basin. 191 to S04 Term nl Island, 205 to ML Long Bsaeh. aot numbered 122 107 122 119 RADIO REPORT Tia Kadis Corporation af Amerlra, In surgical services lor ahlpa at sea. tOS ANGELES STATION Neon, October 10 Balboa for Lo Angeles, 1047 BAALB, mnesscui.au'y rt.lhoa. 70s , ioa ftn,i" . ' EAGLE, Bnlboa Vt ak w' ASLMaVolo- fgei 1035 SYLVAJ lELD7B.lboa forlo. Angel.s. 1090 1UUCS SOU(ia UA JJW PAHY CATAWNA f"5" J DAILY (Eaeeot S'i"''T) . ' f T.v? Berth IBS. .Wilmington district: 10 m. ancr J-.'u Arrive Berth 185, 10:15 a.m. and e p.m. BUND A I Leave Berth 105. ia a m. Arrivs lierta and 8 p.m. 163. 10:18 AND ACTIYITIES AT ARRIVALS AND ARRIVED FRIDAY. OCTOBEB XI Salp lima From Operator JAVB CHHISTENSOW. steamer.. 12:55 am. Jacksonville Arrow Una POINT LOMA. steamer 1:00 a.m. Grays Harbor Hart-Wood Lumber Co. CANAD'N OBSERVER, as. fBr.) 1:30 a.m. Vancouver Canadian Jiat. Ssnahipa HnvsTQiv itiBTT .Tsni n-nn m. ALVARADO. steamer 7:40 a.m. STANLEY DOLLAR, steamer .. 7:50 a.m. CITY OP HONOLULU, steamer 8 0S am. PACIFIC CFDAR. steamer .... 8:25 a.m. BAN GABRIEL strainer 9:10 a.m. H. F. ALEXANDER, al earner. ..10:00 a.m. MONTANA, steamer ll:U3 a.m. PAUL LUCKEKBACH. steamer. 11:10 a.m. EULLAEEN. motor&WP (Swed.). 11:40 a.m. YALE, steamer 1:35 p.m. r. H. EILLMAJf. tanker 2:15 p.m. SANTA MARIA, tanker ......2:30 p.m. PAC. ENTERPR'SB, m a. Br.lJO:oo p.m. PArmr; rakakH. m fRr.J.. 8:00 D.m FERNOLEN, motorship (Hor.)JI 3:25 P m, SABQTAWl?. stesmer ....... 7:20 p.m. K. I. LUCKEKBACH. steamer.. 6:35 p.m. 6 TEFL LNVKNTOU. steamer.... 10:30 p.m. MOJAVE. tanker 6:45 p.m. Vessels arrMnc between p. as. aad saldslsnt estimated from radia report anal peratcra' advices. BAILED FBUDAT, OCTOBEB 11 ' Bhrp TIbm Far O aerator trrCTORIOtTS. steamer .12:10 a.m. ADMIRAL DEWxSY. steamer u:is a.m. REIN A, mo'orship (Nor.) .... 1:10 a.m. POINT T4REP-.7R. tanker 3:20 am HAWAIIAN STANDARD, tanker 1:00 a.m. TAI YIN, motorship tNor.) ... 5:00 a.m. MISSOULA, stfamer .........5:30 a.m. CANAD N OBSERVER, S.S. (Br.) 1:35 p.m. LEME. motorship (Ual.) 9:45 p.m. H. F. ALEXANDER, ateamer... 5:35 p.m. SEATTLE, motorship (Oer.) .. 6:25 p.m. YALt. steamer i"". uau n"viv ,T" S. : ri DORICSTAR, steamer (Br.) .. 7:35 p.m. Glasgow Blue Star Lina COLUMBIAN, steamer 8:20 p.m. San Francisco American-Hawaiian Co. CUBORE. motorship ,.,4:00 p.m. San Francisco Calmar Lina LEISE SArlsa. m . (biitchj.. 3:35 p.m. New York Isbrandtsen-Moller Co Inc. SAN GABRIEL, steamer 4:20 p.m. Norfolk Acct. Williams Llns SAN TEODORO. tanker (Br.)" 4:15 p.m. Lands End Anglo Me Pet. Corp. LARRY DOHENT. tanker ....7:25 p.m. New York Rjchfield OU Co. DAJSY PUTNAM, steamer .... 4:50 p.m. San Diego 8. S. Freeman & Co. rERNaLEN, motorship (Nor.)., 8:35 p.m. Yokohama Fearnley & Eger Veuela aaiUos between 9 .m. ana midnight estimated from operators' advices. YALE, steamer ; ju p.m. TO ARRIVE AND SAIL TODAY VESSELS DUE TO ARRIVE. 8blp Berth ADMIRAL DEWEY, steamer 154 CELILO, steamer NOME CITY, steamer 160 HARVARD. Steamer .155 robert Luckenbach, steamer... 23od CHARLES L. WHEELER, JR., steamer 177 GOLDEN ROD, steamer..... 230B PARTHEN1A, steamer (Br.) 53 MUKILTEO, steamer Wt.8 ORIENT, steamer 228D LEEDS CITY, steamer (Br.) Anc. LAKE OORIN, steamer ..... 58 SURICHCO, steamer Anc. EMPIRE STAR, steamer (Br.) Anc. STEEL ENGINEER, steamer 190 BROAD ARROW, tanker...... 239 LA BREA. tanker.... IgO D. G. SCOFIELD. tanker.... 98 ONTARIOLITE. tanker (Br.) 1J0 CATHWOOD. tanker , 241 WHITNEY OLSON, steamer i3 VESSELS DUE TO SAIL. Ship Berth DIAMOND HEAD, Steamer 158 GLYMONT, steamer . . . . . ? PACIFIC RANGER, motorship (Br.).. 188 PACIFIC ENTERPRISE, ms. (Br.).... Iff ADMIRAL DEWEY, steamer If CELILO, steamer - NOME CITY, steamer log HARVARD, steamer "V4 ? ANNIE JOHNSON, motorship (Swed.) 51 HAMLIN F. MCCORMICK, steamer.. 177 HOYEISAN MARU. steamer (Jap.).. 188 8. A. PERKINS, steamer -L.B. MONTANA, steamer BILVERSPRUCE, motorship JOC. JANB CHRISTENSON, steamer....... 57 K. I LUCKENBACH, steamer 232D STEEL INVENTOR, steamer -iI ROBERT LUCKENBACH. steamer. . .230D PARTHENIA. steamer tBr.). 64 LEEDS CITY, steamer IBr.) Anc. SURICHCO. steamer EMPIRE STAR, steamer Br.) Anc BRUNSWICK, tanker (Pan.) 150 LA PURISIMA. Unker "0 VARO, tanker (Nor.).. JJ MOJAVE. tanker -4 F. H. HILLMAN, tanker 7 SANTA MARIA, tanker 150 POINT LOMA, steamer TEXADA. steamer "2 MISSOURIAN, motorship 73 PATRICK HENRY. New York lor Los An- geles, 282 miles south ot New York. NORDHVAL. Melbourne lor Los Angeles, "11120 miles southwest of Los Angeles. CHILSCO. Chanaral tor Los Angeles, 1318 mues soma o uua EUR ANA, Balboa lor Los Angeles, 1683 J w VANDYKE, Balboa lor Los Angeles. 1418 miles south of Los Angeles. CTJZCO, Cartagena for Los Angeles, ui mues soutn 01 ims usre TAMIAHUA. Los Angelea for Balboa, 903 mues Bourn 01 jvq ""' vti OREGON. Los Angeles for Balboa, 2378 ROYAL ARROW. hSi Angeles for Sham. .KT-ni nf iis Anseles. LEVANT ARROW, Los Angeles for Balboa, SAGADAHOC. Balboa for Los Amele. 1617 miles souui ui , .nnn ORKANGtrt. Balboa lor Loa Angeles, 1000 tin. n-f Vn nf XlaTKna. MARY LUCKENBACH. Balboa for Los An. HANLEY, Balboa for Los Angeles, 71a miles north of Balboa ..i.. BRANDANGER, Balboa for Los Angeles, diiu .ntith nf Tns Annplea. CITY OF LOS ANQELES. Los Angeles tor canao, lavts mues souwi BOHEMIAN CLUB. Balboa for Los Angeles, 390 miles north of Balboa. 8 p.m., October 10 CHTLBAR, TocoplUa for Los Angeles. 2307 mues norm 01 iocuui. NEVADA, Seattle for Los Angeles, 663 mllan nnrlh nf Ijix AnKplei. IASCALU8A, Manila for Los Angeles, 1790 mues west 01 as ns. ...... CELLINA, LOS Angeles for La Liberttd. 360 miles north of La Ubertad. ANYO MARU, Mansanilio lot Los Angeles, 1100 miles south of Los Angelas. OLENDOYLE, Los Angeles for San Francisco, 20 miles north of Los Angeles. MYRTLE. Balboa for San Diego, 860 miles south of San Diego. STEEL ENGINEER, Balboa for Los An-fffiift. n2n miles south of Loa Angeles. MONTANA, Yokohama for Los Angeles, 158 mues wesi 01 juos Anseies, OREGON. Los Angeles for Balboa, 2204 miles north of Balboa. PROV1DENCIA, San Francisco for Balboa, 1031 miles south of San Francisco. LOCH KATRINE, Balboa for Los Angeles, 1020 mllea south of Los Angeles. STANDARD SERVICE, Richmond for El Begundo. 90 miles north or El segundo. OOLDEN ROD, San Francisco for Los Angeles, 30 miles south of San Francisco. EIYO MARU, Los Angeles for Japan, S miles west of Los Angeles. COLOMBIA, Balboa for San Francisco, 1958 miles south of San Francisco. ECUADOR, at Puerto Colombia. VENEZUELA. Balboa for New York, 880 miles south ot New York. GUATEMALA, at Ban Jose. Noon, October 11 STEEEL ENGINEER, Balboa for Los Angeles. 358 miles south of Los Anxeles. BIRMINGHAM CITY, Balboa tor Los An geles, 59B miles south ot Los Angeles. 6TEEL INVENTOR, Baiooa tor Los An-Reles. 110 miles south of Los Anrelea. DIO, Los Angeles for Balboa, 176 miles south of Los Angeles, 1 ROBERT luckenbach, San Francisco for Los Angeles, 186 miles north of Los Angeles. LAKE GORTN, Balboa for Los Angeles, 192 miles south of Loa Ancelea. PARTHENA, Ban Francisco for Los An geles, zoa mues nortn 01 los Angeles. PACIFIC ENTERPRISE. Ban Francisco for Jjos Angeles, 134 mues north 01 Los Anarelea. OOM!,lbi;C, Balboa for Los Angeles, 440 CLlfTRE, Los Angeles for Balboa, 860 mifs o"tn or los Angeies. PRESIDENT MONROE. Balboa for Los AH- seies. bbj miles south of Los Angaies. MUNBEAVER, Balboa tor Los Angles, 851 miles 3oiit.h of Los Anseles. VTCTCCUOUB, Los Angeles to? Japan, 80 mus west or iys Anceiea. EERItaS p WHITON. Los Angeles for Portland. milpa aAiifh hf Antntl. SABOTAWAN. Balboa for Los Angeles. 72- mues soutn 01 Ijos Angeles. K. I. LUCKENBACH. Balooa for Los An geles. U7 miles ftmith nf T.ns Aneelea. BROAD ARROW, Nagasaki for Los An- gnes. 3Bi mues west of Los Angeles. OAK MAR, Los Angeles for Balboa, 308 POINT BREEZE, Los Angeles for Balboa, ..7A..mlle south of Los Angeles. 8YLVAFIEI,D, Balboa for Los Angeles, 827 uiusm euum pi i.os Angeles. P.m October 11 HELEN WHl'lTiER. Los Angeles for Balboa. 130 miles south of Los Angeles. 0HARLE3 L, WHEELER, JR., San Fran, cisoo for Los Angeles, 80 miles north of Loa AntAiAft MISSOULA, Los Angeles for Balboa, 130 iimra jmitn 0I ij0i AngdeS. FRANK LYNCH. Ouimu lor Ban Fran. Cisco, 248 miles south of San Francisco, BAN FRANCISCO STATION .8 P.m.. October 11 STANDARD 6ERVT0E, Richmond for El Srtruildo. 31 mtis from !1 Spirtindo. CAPT. A. F. LUCAS, Los Annies for roruann, 4n mues irom i"ortinna. K. R. KINOSBURY, Point Wells for Rich mond, J1 miles from Richmond. RICHMOND. Portland for Los Ante.Ies, BOQ EL BEOUNDO, Aberdeen for Los Angeles, 35 mllps from Ta AnviAS. D. O. SijOFTlrijD, Ban Francisco for Log A&f CIS Sitt BlUt iruut M AXiitiiit, DEPARTURES Yokohama TitKiii Xx. Co- Eandon-S.F. Cebu Honolulu Norfolk San Francisco 6att,e-S.F. Moore Mill as Lbr. Co. American UaU Line Los Angeles S.S. Co. Dlmon S.S. Corp. Acct. Williams Line Pacific S3. Co. American Mail Lino I.ilf.knh!ui T.ini, iu.unaiii New Orleans Gothenburg Trans-Atl. Co.. Gothenburg; fan Diego Loa Angelea S.S. Co. New York Standard Oil Co. of Calif. Vancouver union uu co. Furness Line Furness Line Fearnler & E?er Redwood Line Luckenbach Line Isthmian 68. Lines General Pet. Corp. Ban Francisco Manchester Galveston New oneana New Yora: New Orleans Portland Yokohama AmexlcanPloneer Lino Pacific 8.3. Co. &an uiegv Rotterdam Bruussaard Line Philadslphia Atlantic Reflnins Co. Ean Diego Standard Oil Co. ol Calif. New York Barber Lina Balboa Hammond Lumber Co. S.P.-VictOTla Canadian Nat. Steamship San Francisco Navig. Libera Triestina 8 P.-Sule Facine S.3. Co. Hamburg Hamburg-American una Cn V,.aa4mm T ... A .......... O fl Cr SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 Fro as Operate? Sau Diego San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco Faclfle 8.S. Co. h. A. & S. F. Nav. Co. Nelson S.S. Co. . Los Angeles S.S. Co. Luckenbach Lina Portlana-Br. McCormick S.S. Co. Orient-S.F. Oceanic ds Oriental Nav. Ban Francisco Donaldson Line Fortland-H.l. Norfolk-S.D. Vancouver Philadelphia Grays Harbor Shields New York Nagasaki Nelson 8.S. Co. Williams Line B. Smith & Bona Fnrd Motor Co. W. Transmarine Llnea Blue Star Line Isthmian S.S. Llnea Standard Trans. Co. . Union Oil Co. Standard Oil Co. of Cal. Imperial Oil, Ltd. Union Oil Co. Oliver J. Olson & Co. uaiooa Richmond Vancouver Seattle San Diego SATURDAY, OCTOBEB 13 For Honolulu S.F.-Seattle San Francisco London ,. , S.F.-Portland San Francisco San Francisco San Diego San Francisco S.F.-Portland . Portland-Orient Seattle San Francisco S.F.-Orient Saa Francisco San Francisco Yokohama Philadelphia London St. Lawrence Newark Operator Los Angeles S.S, Co. Nelson S.S. Co. Furness Line Fumes Line Pacific S.S. Co. L. A. & S. F. Nav. Co. Nelson S.S. Co. Los Angeles S3. Co. Johnson Line McCormick S.S. Co. Mitsui Si Co. Standard Gypsum Co. American Mall Line Kerr Lines Arrow Line Luckenbach Line Isthmian S.S. Lines Luckenbach Line Donaldson Line W. R. Smith & Sons Transmarine Line Blue Star Line Portland Vancouver Atlantic Union Oil Co..,Ltd. San Diego, - Union Oil Co. Land's End Caucassin Oil Co. Portland . Cienerairei;. .i-orn. Richmond Standard Oil Co. of Cal. Valparaiso - A Union Oil Co. WUlaoa Harbor Hart-Wood Lumber Co. Ban Francisco Kingsley Nav. Co. New York Amer.-Hawallan S.S. Co. LA PLACENTIA, Port 8att Luis for loco. AL KENT. Portland for San Francisco, lit DE ROCHE. Portland for ElWOOd, 484 miles from Eiwooa. , NEVADA. Seattle for Loa Angeles, 407 miles from Los Angeles. GLENDOYLE, Los Angeles for San Fran- ctr.cn. 130 miles from San Francisco. CORINTO, Los Angeles for San Francisco, io mues irom nan rrancisco. SJNTAR, Seattle for Alameda, 62S miles irom oeattie. The Maekav Radio and Telegraph Com. nor. In ro-oDeration with the Loa Ange lea Becelvlng Hospital staff, will receive reanests for raedleal and sorglcal servlees from ships' erewa from vessels at sea throagh KOK atatloa mi Los Angeles Bar. bor. boa anusuia oi Axiuit Noon, October 10 EGERO, Los Angeles for Yokohama, 1207 mues west oi Los Angeies. 8 p.m., October 10 BETTERTON, Los Angeles for Balboa, mm mues nortn ot saiooa. GOLDEN WEST, Los Angeles for Auck land. Mil mues souwwest ox mb Angeles. PAUL BHOUP, Loa Angeles for New York, 004 mues nonnwest oi oaiooa. CONSTANCE CHANDLER, Los Angeles for Balboa, mues soutn oi i,o An geles. POINT BUR. Los Angeles for Puerto Co. lomoia. xivi mues normwesi oi satDoa. POINT REYES. Balboa for Los Angeles, J.8S3 mues soutn oi uo Angeies. MARY LUCKENBACH, Balboa for Los An- ceies, till mues sortnwest oi uaiDoa. Noon, October 11 PACTPTO ENTERPRISE, San Francisco for los Angeles, mues nortn oi no PRESIDENT MONROE, Balboa for Los Angeies, 083 mues soutn ot mi Angeies. P.m., October 11 SVEADROTT, Los Angelas for Taeoma, arriving Taeoma. CELILO, San Francisco for Los Angeles, mues nortn oi los Angeies. WHITNEY OLSON, Ran Diego for Los Angeies, u mites norm oi ean uiego. CATHWOOD, Taeoma for Los Angeles, 70 miles north of Los Angeles. CHARLES L. WHEELER, JR., San Fran cisco lor Jjcs Angeies, eu mues norm nf T.OB AnB-plflM- Catherine O. SUDDEN. Los Angeles for ean Francisco, u mues soutn ot can Franr.i.ir.o. SAN GABRIEL, Los Angeles for Balboa. jj mues soutn ot ios Angeies. OOLDEN ROD, San Francisco for Loa An A BENWYVIS, Everett, tor Rotterdam, 1320 mues soutn oi jiverett. V BREA, - Balboa for Los Angeles, 228 miles south of Los Angeles. ASHINGTON, San Jose del Oabo foj uenada, 34 miles south ot Ensenada. BAN FRANCISCO STATION p.m., October 11 KEWANEE, Taeoma for Avon, 300 miles from Taeoma. H. W. BAXTER. Cowlchan for Ban Fran- Cisco, u nines irom can Francisco. CLAREMONT. Chemainus for Los Angeles, 528 miles from Los Anseles, WILLBABCO, Los Angeles for Ban Fran- clsco, 103 miles Irom San Francisco. ELDORADO, San Francisco tor Portland. 362 mllea from Astoria. ASTORIA. Grays Harbor for Log Angeles. 480 miles from Los Angeles. W. R. CHAMBKRLIN, JR., San Francisco for Everett, 600 miles from Everett, MUNLEON, Astoria for San Francisco, 110 miles from San Francisco. OLENDOYLE, Los Angeles tor San Fran cisco, uu mues irom ctan Francisco. OLYMPIC, Los Angeles for Ban Francisco, 18 miles from San Francisco. MULTNOMAH, San Francisco for Puget Sound, 23 miles from San Francisco. HUMBOLDT. Los Angeles forSan Fran- Cisco, loo mues irom ean rranci n Francisco. HARVARD, San Francisco for Los Ange- irn, mues ij-um can rrancisco. Irs. 80 miles from San 1 TULSAGAS, Avon tor Ventura, 283 mllea irom vemura. J. C. FITZSIMMON3, Los Angeles for Rlchmoud, 10 miles from Richmond. ADMIRAL FISKE, Los An teles for San Francisco, 80 miles from Ban Frnnelsco, SAMONA, Grays Harbor for Los Angeles, 2R0 miles from Los Anxeles. ADMIRAL MOSER, San Francisco lor Se attle, euu mues irom oeattie. B. . NAVT CBAFT IN POKt Midnight. Friday. October 11 BATTLE FIE LI Maryland (flagship.) DIVISION 4 New Mexleo (flagship.) Mississippi. ' , Idaho. DIVTaiON 8 West Virginia (nagshlp.) Colorado Tennessee. FLEET BASS FORCE Procron (flagalilp.) Relief. nospiUI ship. AlKorma. tug. Tern, mlriesweeoer. Praiil. minesweeper. j Oil Barnes Nos. S3 and 34. Water Barge No. 30. AIRCRAFT 8QTJA010N Barstosa. carrier. OCTOBER 12. 192J). iP.l.T l.j irTHiittttHt.tiH TRANS-PACIFXCMAIL - Fol!owli schedule Of sailing le provided of tha Loa Angeles post- olflce- October 13. from Los Angeles. Specially addressed correspondence tor Central and South Americas. October 14. front Loa Angeles. Mail tor Australia. October 14. Irom Seattle. Mall for Australia and Flit Isiands. October 15. from San. Fraocisco, Mail for Hawaii. October 15. from Seattle. Mall for China, Japan, Korea, Siberia, Hongkong, 6. am. Straits Settlements. Canton, Dutch East Indies, French Indo-Chiua and Philippines. For connections at Seattle mall must leave Loa Angeles the second da prior to date of sailing, sot later than 7:10 a.m. To connect at San Pedro tor the Hawaiian Islands every other Saturday, mall muat leave Los Angeles at 8:50 a.m. on Saturday. Note To connect at San Francisco, mall must leave Los Angeies on dispatch made not later than B;30 p.m. tha day prior to date. sr wart A A lilitkkkkkliktiiltkkiiltle TECH FRO S H PLAY JASEES The Caltech Frosh meet their first real rival of the year this Saturday, wnen wiey piay tne jjos Angeles Junior College at Moore Field on Vermont avenue, the campus of the LA.J.C. NAVAL ORDERS WASHINGTON, Oct. 11. (ETCIUslve) Naval orders posted today follow: Lieut. F. D. Owers to Pensacola. Assistant Par Clerk H. A. Bird to U.B.I, ChaumonU EXPLAINS JAPANESE 1 POLICY TOWARD CHINA "The resignation of Gen. Tanaka, Prime Minister of Japan, came as no surprise to those familiar with the recent growing power of liberal-Ism In the Island Empire," says Prof. J. S. Burgess lnCurrent History. Prof. Burgess In his analysis ot the problems facing the new Liberal government In Japan goes into some detail about the Sino-Japanese relations: "The defeat of the recent Cabinet was due principally to the Increasing general dissatisfaction with blundering sword-rattling policy In China, rather than to any specific Issue. As early as February of thi year It was very apparent In Tokio that the forces of liberalism were threatening the power of Gen. Tanaka and that the Inevitable overthrow of the military-dominated government was only a mater of a few months. - To a visitor from China In Japan the discovery of this change of emphasis in Japanese public opinion was as surprising as it was encouraging, for the existence of a strong liberal-minded roup In Japan was a feature of the oriental situation not' appreciated In Nationalist China. , The wisdom and sanity ox the present government in China in dealing with Its problems anent Japan has been amply demonstrated by the failure of the Tanaka rule and the rise to power of the Liberals. ChlanK Ka-shek's refusal to be stopped at Tsinan-fu and to fight it out, the lack of retaliation against Japan's Manchurian mandates, the steady purpose not to give the militarists a grievance these greatly strengthened Liberal sympathy in Japan. The trend toward a stronger centralized control in umna, ac- enmnanied bv the present rise to power of Liberal Japan, has promise of solving wnat mignr, omerwiso do dangeous and provocative situations." 1AW COSTLY IN ENGLAND The celerltv and dependability of Judicial procedure In English courts have often been praised in the United States, and properly so. On this sir! rf the Atlantic we have much to learn from the experiences of the British bar. But Britishers have to pay high for the legal services they get. Recently a writer In the Saturday Review referred with approval to re marks of Lord Scrutton denouncing the "scandalous cost of litigation" jn a TiarMcular case. A "Spanish woman of good family" had brought an action lor sianaer m mo xusn Court, She had to find security ior costs In the sum of approximately $1250. She was requirea to pax M7S for her solicitor's instructions In the brief, $500 for leading counsel and $375 for his Junior. In case the judgment went against her she would have to pay the costs of the other side, in otner woras, wm woman, believing she had Just ground of complaint in an action at law that was comparatively simple, had to be prepared to 6take not less than $2000 on the chance of obtaining a favorable verdict. ... Costs and expenses of this kind, as the Review aptly says, mean that seeking justice In the courts is a luxury which the poor can rarely afford. Figuring it in another way, that Journal estimates that the work actually expended in this client's behalf by counsel was not much greater than that which goes to the writing of an original column article in a daily newspaper, although remuneration was about twenty-five times as great. A large part of -this is due to the English practice of employing two. separate branches of the legal profession, solicitors and barristers. In the United States solicitor and barrister are merged in one person. Ordinary expense for attorney fees may therefore be expected to be somewhat less In the United States than In Great Britain, although it Is high enough here, as anybody who has had occasion to employ a first-class lawyer knows. NEW ENGINEERING TRICK Skyscraper builders, laying the foundation for the new Bank or Manhattan Building In New York City, are trying out a new wrinkle. To get the foundation down on bedrock, thirty to eighty feet below the surface, the old building on the site was used as a weight to force down the caissons. The new building- will be the world's tallest, sixty-three stories high, forty-five feet hlgherl than the Woolworth Building, which! now holds the record of height, fifteen thousand persons will be employed in the new building. Mea are working on it in three shifts. twenty-four hours a day, to have it reaay oy next way w comply witn the contract. A, club composed of people past 40 years of age, and known as the ov?r forties Club, has oeea etartea in Europe. , , 1 r

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