The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on January 9, 1931 · Page 17
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PAGE NINETEEN San Bernardino Cardinals Tackle Redlands Cagers Tonight SAN BERNARDINO DAILY SUN. FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1931 Coach Guy Daniels' Cagers With Two League Victories Made Favorites ; Soph Fives Play By 3. RALPH RYAN TERRIERS HOLD CLEAN RECORD INC.B.LRACE FOR THE GAMES SAKE C. B. L. STANDING (Varsity) W. L. -Pet. Redlands 2 0 1.000 San Bernardino 1 1 .500 Chaffey 1 i .500 Pomona 1 1 .500 Covlna 1 1 .500 Riverside 0 2 000 GAMES TODAY Redlands at San Bernardino, night. Riverside at Pomona, night. Chaffey at Covlna, afternoon. San Bernardino high school Cardinals will clash tonight at the junior college gymnasium with the loop leading Redlands high school Terriers in what should be a fast exhibition of the cage sport. In a preliminary contest the sophomore fives of the two Citrus Belt schools will battle. The early game is slated to commence at 7 o'clock with the varsity fray following at 7:45. This afternoon at Covlna, the Chaffey Tigers invade the foothill country to tackle the 'in and out' Co vina Colts, while at Pomona tonight the Riverside Bears 'strut their stuff against Archie Nesblt's clever casaba tossers. Hodge Confident Of Cards' Ability Coach Victor Hodge stated yesterday that he was confident the Cardinals would be able to show the Terriers some new basketball tricks and that his outfit stood a good chance of defeating the well drilled lads of Coach Guy Daniels. Capt. Reggie Savio and 'Tag' At-wood are slated to start at the forwards against the Invading hoop artists with James Savage at center. John Morana and Bob Lav-ergne have been nominated for the guard berths. If Atwood does not start the battle 'Tricky Joe' Aragon of Cardinal football fame, will be Injected into the lineup. Ralph Simpson who guides the destines of the Cardettes plans on starting Gamadjopulas and Corona at forwards with Capt Bobby Shields at center. Plrl and Stewart are scheduled to handle the starting guard jobs. There is a slight chance, according to the sophomore mentor, that Stykes may start the It lit In place of Stewart. Both Corona and Pirl will be in eligible for further Cardette competition at the close of the initial .imester it was announced yester- lay. Their places on the junior llvislon quintet will be taken by k'aughn and McDonald, according o present plans. Coach Simpson is f the opinion that Vaughn will de-elop into one of the best sopho-lore cagers in the league before he closing of loop play. According to all reports the Ter-iers do not have any outstanding layers but as a whole their cage init functions in championship By LAWRENCE PERRY (Special Dispatch) NEW TORK, Jan. 8. An all-national all-America team consensus is the way Harry Smith, sporta editor of the San Francisco Chronicle, describes his team of eleven outstanding football players. Mr. Smith selects his team by checking up on the elevens as picked by 10 authoritative selectors, including the New York Sun, the Consolidated Press association and other newspapers, press associations and magazines. He Is surprised to find that but two players were selected unanimously Carideo of Notre Dame, quarterback, and SIngton of Alabama, tackle. But the fact of variation in appraisal should not be surprising, inasmuch as intelligent critics of football, or of anything else, seldom think alike which is what makes critics interesting; and, at the same time, with such good football being played throughout the country, it would be astonishing if all All-America elevens were similarly composed. The Chronicle galaxy is an expression of general opinion, hence valuable. The team thus made up and their votes are as follows: Fesler, Ohio State, end, nine votes; Dalrymple, Tulane, and Baker, Northwestern, four votes each for end; SIngton, Alabama, unanimous for one tackle; Edwards, Washington State, three votes for the other tackle; guards, Beckett, California, and Koch, Baylor, each four votes; Ticknor, Harvard, eight votes for center; Carideo, unanimous for quarterback; Schwartz, Notre Dame, seven votes for halfback; PInckert, Southern California, five votes for the other halfback position; Macaluso, Colgate, five votes for fullback. It speaks for the widespread knowledge of intersections football today, that this consensus covers the nation as it does. (Copyright, 1931) style. As all Redlands-San Bernardino contests are generally of a hard fought nature it is expected that many local basketball fans will journey to the Jaysee reservation for the double header cage bill. Chaffey will probably run up against stiffer competition against Colts this afternoon than they bargain for. 'Butter' Gorrell's team has shown much Improvement since their tilt with Redlands and will be out to hand the Tigers a drubbing. Pomona should have an easy time with Riverside as the Bears have yet to show much knowledge of the court sport. Nesbltt's hoop artists are still very much in the running for the league title and will try to dump the Riverslders by a wide margin. DR. GOODMAN A. MILLER Exodontlst Practice Limited to Extraction of Teeth Nitrous Oxide Gas Blork and General Anaesthesia X-Rays, Mouth Surgery and Diagnosis San Bernardino D and Sixth Phone 421-53 It's Not Too Late 'ou have until. Satur-lay of this week to transfer interest bearing lands from any point in the United States to this institutionthe largest home owned National Bank in San Bernardino County so they will earn "nterest from January 1st. Lei; us attend to all the details. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Third and F Phone 2183 Y. M. D. CAGERS CLASH TONIGHT Four Classy Games Scheduled In Which General Shake Up In Standings Possible Y. M. D. STANDINGS W. L. Pet. English Lutheran 5 1 .833 First Baptists 5 1 .833 Cent. Christians 4 2 .667 First Christians 4 2 .667 Presbyterian 3 3 .500 Calvary Baptists 2 4 .333 Latter Day Saints .... 1 5 .167 First Methodists 0 6 .000 Calvary Baptists and the First Methodists play the opening game In the schedule tonight at the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium. The Methodists with six straight defeats have strengthened the quintet in hopes of breaking into the win column for the first time this season. The Calvary Baptists have won four of the six games played and are not considered heavy favorites over the tailenders. The Presbyterians clash with the Latter Day Saints and this game offers another toss in attempting to pick the winner. The game should be one of the best played on the gymnasium floor tonight. The First Baptists sharing the lead with the English Lutherans, will meet the First Christians In another game that should be stubbornly contested. The First Chris tians have been playing a classy game and may upset the dope to win over the Baptists. In the final contest on the sched ule, the English Lutherans play the Central Christians and another at tractive cage game has been booked in which the Lutherans will be forced to play at top speed in order to defeat the second place quintet. Butler Replaces Palmer as Manager of Denver Bears (By Associated Press) DENVER, Jan. 8. Johnny But ler, veteran lnfielder, has- been signed as player-manager of the Denver Western league team, Presi dent Milt Anfenger announced today. Butler comes to Denver from To ledo, where he played last season. He succeeds Jimmy Palmer, who has been released. Butler was with Los Angeles and the St. Louis Cardinals in 1929. Anfenger said Butler probably would play second or third base. San Bernardino National Bank San Bernardino Co. Savings Bank "The Banks of 8ervice" A plan of systematic saving started before it is too late prevents helpless dependency in old age. Cordially yours, President LEGION BOOKS GOLFSPECIALS Past Commanders to Clash in Twosomes While Others Get Daring Challenges Several feature matches have been arranged for the American Legion first annual golf tournament starting Saturday, according to the plans announced yesterday by Howard Scott, Legion tournament chairman. Six past commanders of the San Bernardino post will be paired up for twosomes while Edward L. Fleming, present commander, who has never played a game of golf, has accepted the challenge of H. M. Burck, adjutant, who boasts of having once played nine holes on an eastern course. In another match Dr. C. A. Love will meet L N. Gilbert but the tournament to be played over the 18-hole course holds the major interest of the initial golfing "picnic" for the legionnaires. Should weather conditions continue to prove unfavorable for play, Saturday and Sunday, the tournament will be postponed until the following week. The plans, according to the tournament chairman, were to have two complete foursomes comprising past commanders of the San Bernardino post but it was found that out of 10 possible candidates, three of them had left the city while another past commander was unable to par ticipate In the tourney owing to illness. The pairings of past legion rulers are as follows: L. Burr Belden meets Ray Stockwell. Howard Scott will play C. T. Johnson. Timothy Sheehan was to oppose Ted Carpen ter or George H. Johnson but will probably not know his opponent until he appears for his tournament play. Handicaps will run as high as 30 and with an entry list of approximately 30 members, the first annual American Legion tournament . will offer varied competition. Scott announced yesterday that several twosomes would be arranged today.' The Rev. Golder Lawrence and W. E. Parson completed plans to play tomorrow afternoon and there are a number of golfers who will club their way over the course Saturday rather than stage their match Sunday when the course is heavily played. . Twenty-nine horseB fell ' taking jumps or failed to finish out of 69 in the final day's meeting for 1930 on the French Metropolitan turf. A wet track was the cause DUCO REFINISH MAKES THE LIKE NEW Let Ui Figure the Cost with You Zulch Auto Service Third and "I" Streeti OLD CAR STEPHENS &E0B3ITT FUNERAL DIRECTORS UW.F.ST. PHONE 31112 SAM BERNARDINO Ray Conger, Sprint Star, Enters Meet (By United Press) NEW YORK, Jan. 8. Ray Conger of the Illinois Athletic club, Chicago, will resume active competition Saturday by competing in the one-mile event of the Jefferson club games to be held in Brooklyn, he announced today. Gene Venzke of the Swedish-American club, New York, and Fred Veit of the New York Athletic club, are other outstanding entrants for the mile, run, feature event of the games. FLORENCE, Italy, Jan. 8. An "Olympics of Grace" for women in which many nations will participate will be held here May 29, 30 and 31. The "Olympics" will be devoted not to contests of speed, strength or skill, but to exhibitions of gymnastic grace. GAINESVILLE, Fla., Jan. 8 Polo is taking its place as a college sport on the campus of the University of Florida. Capt. J. P. Donnovln ot the field artillery unit at the university is instructing a class of 227 , and directing the training of 13 polo ponies. Let Us Give You Some Real Service RADIO REPAIRING ANY MAKE OF SET CHAS. PERRY Battery and Electrical Service 1090 E Street Phone 485-43 FRED A. CHAPIN LUMBER CO. A COMPLETE LINE Highland and Mt. 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