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Saturday, November 30, 1946
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Illinois Will Meet U.e.LA. In Rose Bowl Western Conference Champion Accepts Coast's Formal Bid By CHARLES DUNKLEY ft CHICAGO, UP) Illinois, 1946 gridiron champion or the Western conference, will battle undefeated, l untied U.C.L.A. in Pasadena's itifamed Rose Bowl New year's Day. Th "Fiehtins Illini." triumph ant in six out of seven conference J games, were the choice of the con-i ferenee faculty representatives. iwho today communicated their 'votes to Kenneth L. Wilson, com-imissioner of athletics, at Chicago. Steam has courage J Illinois, lacking a glittering offense, will go Into the New Year's J day classic boasting bulldog tenacity and courage. Few teams in iMnfaMniu Vilctirtr haira riicnla vpH B better defense ability. Victorious Hover Michigan, umo Mate, lowa, k Wisconsin, Purdue and North-i western. Illinois yielded only to IJ Indiana, defending champion, 14-6, in Big Nine ' competition. ChamDaicn. a university com- (munitv of 50.000 was elated over V Illinois' acceptance, marking the end of the ' Big Nine's" -26-year old ban on bowl contests. Capt Mac. Wenskunas, at home with his wife and month old daughter, said: "I've been hoping for this. It's swell." Most members of . the squad were absent from the campus on a Thanksgiving vacation. Gone, too, were Ray Eliot, head football coach, tnd Ralph Fletcher, back-fielrl poi ch. who flew to Los fj Angeles V scout U.C.L.A. in its final game of the regular season, 1' Saturday. BID ACCEPTED The faculty committee on athletics at Illinois lost no time in accepting the bid. Decision was reached after a brief session and commissioner Wilson was quickly notified. This was the same committee which a month ago voted against a western conference-Pacifie coast five-year tieup. The Illinois squad will resume football practice at Champaign Dec. 15 and will entrain for Los Angeles Dec. 20 to get In a week's practice on the coast to acclimate the players to the 70 degree temperature usually prevailing at Pasadena New Year's Day. The sauad is in excellent shape except Bernie Krueger, reserve l l i i- - -. i - r quanei ubck, wnu auiieieu a nat- tured leg leading Illinois to its final victory of the season over Northwestern ten days ago. Indians Lose Season's Finale By DICK CAFFROY Fumble-itis plagued San Bernardino Valley college's season finale at the Pasadena Rose Bowl last night, where the Indians dropped a 22 to 6 decision to powerful John Muir Tech. San Bernardino pushed off to an immediate lead, when, after an exchange of punts, the Henley brothers, Bob and Jack, sparked the Indians on a 77 yard drive in eight plays. With the Henlcys alternating carrying chores, the Indians moved to the Muir Tech 43. Bob Henley whipped a pass to Dick Adair on the 33. Brother Jack then bolted off left tackle to the five yard stripe. In two plays Jack Henley smashed over for the score. Ray Alexander's conversion try was wide. San Bernardino fumbled away two other scoring chances in the remainder of the first stanza. Early in the second quarter, Leo Visbal's boble was recovered by Tech on the San Bernardino 27. After holding the locals for three downs, San Bernardino let Simmons skirt left end to score from the 18 yard line. Miller's conversion kick was good. Late in the period, a fumble by Harold Precce was gathered in by Muir on the Indian 43 yard marker. On the second play quarterback Joffe shot an aerial to left end Williams for the tally. Miller converted. In the fourth quarter, Muir Tech scored eight quick points. While attempting a punt from his own ten yard line, Preece fumbled, and then recovered In the end zone for a safety. In the final minute of play, Simmons raced 55 yards through the entire Indian eleven to the 8 yard stripe. Joffe lnnrtfirl a nnca fields tnm 4 Vi m (Iscore. San Bernardino rolled up 13 first downs to Muir Tech's 8, indicating that the contest was closer than the score indicates. ABILENE, Texas (,P) Hardin- IlSimmons university yesterday ac cepted an invitation to play in the San Antonio Elks club chanty "Chili Bowl" on Jan. 1, Warren lAVoodson, director of athletics und Wi . -J 1- ..... 1 Sat., Nov. 30, 1946 DAILY SUN BAY MEADOWS SAN MATEO (IP Results of Friday's racing at Bay Meadows: FIKST Claiming, 8 furlongs: Lieut. Bud 111! (Neves) 10.S) 5.70 4.60 Walt For Me J'JO (Peterson) 8.50 5.50 Glory Flower J 13 (Chojnacki) 5.80 Time 1:14 13. Also ran Fire Maiden, Dot Humboldt, Dynamite, Blue Foot, Motile, Mesa Verde, Mldough, Girl Pal, Elza Poppin. SECOND Claiming. 6 furlongs: Better Bet Jr. 114 (Neves)8.00 5.70 4.70 Gyrator 110 (Pederson) 18.70 9.60 Lasahri 107 (Longden) 4.60 Time 1:14 15. Also ran Serafol. An-drea Louise, Novela Man, Roberta Queen, Be-Det. Wing-Around, Pretty Sweet, Miss Gay, Silver Bell. (Daily double $43.50.) TH1KO Olaimlne. 6 furloniri: Seal Hock 117 (Lasswell) 15.40 6.70 Frontier Jane 114 (Peterson) 3.80 Feathcrfoot 105 (Trent) 5.10 3.10 6.20 Time 1:12 35. Also ran Auberry Red, Big Ripple, Four Fingers, Cloudy Weather, Foot Loose, Radio Joe, Cady Brook, Flying .Seventh, Eagle Parade. FOIKTH Claiming, 6 furlongs: Gay Allset 114 (H. S. Jones) 10.30 5.90 Croon Easy 111 (Longden) 12.00 4.30 8.60 BAY MEADOWS FIRST 8 furloniri. 3-year-olds snd up. Claimlnr. Purse 81800. (All entered for 8.1000) ! Horse Jockey Passion (Neves) Gold Call (Longden) .... Gold Bay (no boy) Kingfisher (no boy) .... .lay D. Kan (G. Zufelt) Easy Gold (Litzenberg) . Highway Fifty (Swigart) That-A-Boy (R. Zufelt) Toro Man (Prater) Carmen K. (no boy) .... Starwolsta (Pederson) . . Flare Belle (Higley) .... Wise Kebus (no boy) .. Leafy Dell (Fields) Countess Jess (Parnell) .. Alia Gracia (Bailey) . P.P. ... 4 ...16 ,..15 ...14 ,..12 ... 1 ,.. 8 ... 5 ... 6 ...13 ...11 ... 2 ... 7 ,.. 3 ... 9 ,..10 Wt. Odds 107 5-2 113 116 113 113 X114 110 110 10-1 116 12-1 104 15-1 113 20-1 107 20-1 110 20-1 X105 20-1 103 20-1 X108 30-1 SKCOND fl furlongs, up. Orado O allowances. olds $1800 118" X115 103 120 and 4-1 4-1 6-1 6-1 8-1 10-1 15-1 l'i-l 15-1 15-1 20-1 20-1 20-1 20-1 40-1 Dora's Son (Parnell) 8 Flrstbourne (Nichols) 1 War Miss (no boy) 7 Battle Pass (Fisk) 4 Roguish Shot (Corbett) 14 All Bright (no boy) 12 Lone Chance (Plesa) 13 Bonlito (no boy) ...30 Hard Twist (F. Zufelt) , 9 Wham Bam (no boy) 15 Orvis (Higley) 11 Cracked (2ovine) 16 Vermont Son (Trent) 8 Johy K. (Bailey) 5 Helm's Pride (Braddlsh) .... 3 New Joe (Litzenberg) 2 117 120 120 103 120 120 117 106 117 X112 117 X118 THIRD 1 'A miles. ( laimlns. 3-y ear- nlils and up. Purse 88800: Huckle de Buck (Nichols) ..7x114 2-1 Thos (no boy) 8 119 5-2 Lvnn Key (Cassity) 9 113 10-1 Grasshopper II (Lor.gden) .. 4 117 5-1 Loose Talk (Litzenberg) .... 1 xll4 6-1 Broker's Call (Malear) 6 311 10-1 March Sun (no boy) 5 108 15-1 Mycologist (Higley) 2 114 15-1 Justa Wreck (Pederson) .... 3 108 l.)-l KOMITH t 118 miles. Claiming, year-olds and up. Purse 81000: Old Dad (Higley) 9 113 a-uuie Hoops iwynoief .... o j b-Trare Heart (Peterson) ....10 316 b-Preripltous (Balaskl) 7 116 Xnn (Nichols) 4 X105 n-Ksar of Audlev (Trent) .. 2 116 Qulllon (Corbett) 1 122 Vltnt IT it-Funharorl 8 V1()5 1D-1 nnaM inn mwi ............ n iz War Gallant (no boy) 5 116 15-1 a Gamble entry, b Tasta Good and Newell entry. HI Til 1 118, claiming, 3-year-olds A up. purse 2300: Sammy Angott (Peterson) ... 1 119 3-1 Sage Counsel (Fields) 3 105 3-1 Six Trlx (Higtey) 4 110 4-1 Tilting (Balaskl) 5 116 5-1 Herald (Lilzenherg) 7 xlOS 5-1 Gallahue (Trent) 2 110 8-1 Barnelln (Corbett) 6 113 8-1 SIXTH 1 118 miles. 3-year-olds and up. the Marina Allowances, purse 82500: Autocrat (James) 7 116 1-1 See-Tee-See (Neves) 1 117 3-1 Cum Laud (Pederson) 2 119 4-1 Wise Eagle (Wallace) 3 116 9-2 Artive (Nichols) 5 X117 6-1 Paperehase (Trent) 6 108 8-1 Trojans Underdogs In Tilt With Irish SOUTH BEND, Ind., UP) Notre Dame and Southern California, foes in some of the greatest football thrillers ever beheld, battle here today in the 18th renewal of a scries before another capacity crowd of 56,000. The game ends a defeatless Notre Dame season in which only three touchdowns have been scored against the Irish, no two in the same game. Although Southern California has not figured 'in a sensational season, the Trojans are not regarded as a set-up. The Irish, determined to protect Iheir season's record, hope to be at least three touchdowns better than the Californians. For Your GREATER CONVENIENCE o and BOWLING PLEASURE We Are Now Open Afternoons from 1 P.M. MONDAY Through SATURDAY SUNDAYS at 11:00 A.M. PLENTY OF PIN BOYS This additional open playtime will allow you to improve your game when the alleys are not so crowded. WE KNOW YOU'LL LIKE OUR NEW FOUNTAIN ARRANGEMENT Bowl for Health and Pleasure at SAN BERNARDINO RECREATION CENTER 371 Highland Avenue Phone 31137 15 RESULTS The Plainsman 104 (Nirhols) . 7.70 Time 1:11!. Also ran Biowbeal. lork- ton. Chief Crusader, Pleasure Hour. War Map, Ally, Greyloid, Toubo Isle, Marada. FIFTH Maidens. 1 136 miles: War Grenade 115 (Neves) 6.60 3.50 2.70 Black Fox 115 (Dotler) 4.60 3.00 Super Dauber 110 (Ranum) ' 3.U0 Time 1:47 35. Also ran Radio Chief, Red Muslin. Off Stage. Sir Locksley. Wise Zac, Roy Sickle, Follow Me Home, Itasca, Case King. SIXTH Allowances. 1 116 miles: Oxford Blue 120 (Dotter) 4.40 3.20 2.70 U. S. Salute 113 (Longden) 5.70 3.60 Ladevo HO (Nichols) 3.10 Time 1:45. Also ran Father Neptune, Casca, Darby Diem, Applejack Jake. KEVKNTll Allowances, 6 furlongs: Tickmgatlt 111 (Longden) 3.90 2.60 Gold Bolt 111 (Higley) 3.30 Zaca Itosa 108 (Trent) 2.20 2. SO 70 Time 1:11. Also ran Humoresque, Blue Mill, Glssimo. Jade Boy, Mafosta. KIOHTH Claiming, 1 116 miles: Topzidu 107 (Cassity 7.20 5.10 3.90 Dorsey K 116 (Prater) 9.40 6.10 Hisusy 107 (Beasley) 16.50 Time 1:48 35. Also ran Zambe. 'lop. less Tower, Darcila, Beepoo, Bell Supply, Some Do, Hi Duke, Piesweep, Breaka-heart. HANDICAP Observer (Longden) 8 122 8-1 No Wrinkles (Prater) 4 110 10-1 SAN BERNARDINO NEVKNTH 1 116 miles. fcan Maleo Ilandlrap, lor all ages, purse 810.000 added Stimsun (Bailey) 9 104 JlM Quick Reward (James) 8 .114 3-1 Hank H. (no bov) 3 310 6-1 Olhaveny (Peterson) 14 313 6-1 Canina (Longden) 12 315 5-1 Autocrat (James) 8 114 5-1 Brie A Bar. (Corbett) 5 318 8-1 Phantom Sea (Litzenberg) .6 310 15-1 Adrogue (F. Zufelt) 1 111 35-1 Nanny Pass (Nichols) 3 .103 15-1 See-Tee-See (no boy) 4 114 15-1 Sammy AngM (no boy) .... 2 305 30-1 No Wrinkles (no boy) 35 103 30-1 War Valor (Trent) 30 110 30-1 Mouse Hole (Pederson) 31 105 40-1 KKillTH 1V miles, 3-ynnr-olds and up, Grade 1 allowances, purse $3,000: b-Impregnable (Longden) ..13 .. 9 120 123 n-King Aioert (Longucn) ... Guerryton ( Neves ) a-Valdina Cloud (Litzenberg) Maltese Flag (Bailey) Vain Doctor (Higlev) Meru Mist (Corbett) 7 120 1 XI 15 5 X115 323 317 ( ee Lot (Nichols) 4 xl15 10-1 Cabbie Boy (Peterson) 6 HIS 12-1 Joyful Miss (Pederson) 8 105 12-1 Bonnie Charlie (Balaskl) ....32 -320 35-1 a-My Empire (Litzenberg) ..14 xio.'i 9-2 Riverworth (no boy) 10 30R 35-1 Tnerarch (Laswell) 11 114 20-1 a L. W. Kidd entry. x Apprentice allowance claimed. Mighty Army Will Close Season Today Aqainsf PHILADELPHIA (U) Army's mighty Cadets, .nurtured in wartime and still flourishing in peace as one of football's greatest teams, reach the end of a gridiron trail they have blazed with glory when they meet today their time-honored, but victory-starved rival, Navy's inept midshipmen. Before a capacity crowd of 103,-000 in Philadelphia's municipal stadium, which will include President Truman and the brass and gold braid of the services, Army will go out as a 30-point favorite to win its 28th game in a three-year span which hasn't known defeat. The only game that wasn't a triumph in that string was a scoreless deadlock with undefeated Notre Dame early this month. The Cadet squad of 38 players arrived by train from West Point yesterday and worked out briefly at the stadium. Then they settled to their quarters at the suburban Manufacturers Country club. Navy's 44-pIayer squad, which pulled into town Thursday, held a 90-minute drill before surrendering the field to Army. The Middies will bunk overnight at the Pine Valley Country club, Laurel Springs, N. J. Nebraska Grid Star Holiday City Guest Joseph Partington, a center fpr the Nebraska Huskers. spent Thanksgiving holiday in San Bernardino. He was a dinner guest of his aunt Ada Geursel, 1258 .Arrowhead avenue. Cards Finish Season in Tie For Third Place 18 Members of High School Team Play In Final Prep Game By GORDON ROBERTS Final C.B.L. Standings W L T Chaffey 3 0 2 Pomona 3 1 1 San Bernardino ... .2 2 1 Cotton 2 2 1 Riverside 2 2 1 Redlands 0 5 0 The San. Bernardino Cardinals ended their 1946 grid season with a 12-0 win over the Burbank high eleven Thanksgiving morning. Over the course of the schedule they won five, lost three and tied one. The Redbirds finished in a tie for third place in the league standings with Colton and Riverside. Eighteen seniors played their last high school game Thursday, they were: Joe Newman, Bill Reed, Sam Henley, Calvin Pierce, Trinidad Menor, Guy Visbal, Al Davies, Joe Rodriguez, Joe Egel-haaf, Stan Heydenfeldt, Phil Evans, Spud Murphy, Gerald Stratford, Griff Thomas, Johnny Dumas, Blainey Hernandez, Dick Haas, and Paul Potts. Joe Rodriguez was slightly injured when he was badly shaken up Thursday, but he was expected to recover fully without any bad effects. Guy Visbal played a great game against the Bulldogs and is a sure bet to repeat as all - C.B. L. fullback again this year. The Card's record for the season was: lost to Redondo Beach 15-0, beat San Diego Hoover 14-8, beat Das Vegas 18-0, lost to Pomona 20-6 in the league opener, beat Colton 14-7, beat Redlands 19-0, lost to Riverside 13-12, tied Chaffey 13-13, and beat Burbank 12-0. They scored a total of 108 points to their opponents 76. Big Bear Takes 26-7 Game From St. Bernardine's By JIM THOMAS St. Bernardine's Crusaders dropped a 26-7 football game to the Big Bear branch of the Victor Valley High school on the San Bernardino Valley college field last night. It was the second match for the two schools, the Crusaders having annexed a 12-7 tilt in the rarified atmosphere of the mountain val ley. Rees of the Bears started scor ing with a 30-yard run in the first quarter. The Crusaders came back in the second when Flores intercepted a pass on the visitors 20-yard line. Three plays later Comstock tallied with a 7-yard smash through center. The second half was all Big Bear when it came to scoring despite a superiority in yardage gained and first downs for the Crusaders. In tercepted passes led to two of the visitors scores. IDAHO COACH RESIGNS MOSCOW, Idaho UP) Football Coach J. A. (Babe) Brown of the University of Idaho resigned yesterday at conclusion of one of the Vandals' most disastrous grid seasons, TRUSSES That Fit Right We Make Braces of All Kinds. Belts, Elastic Stockings, Arches. Buy from the Makers. 43 Years Experience. Lady Attendant NOLAN BRACE SHOP 371 F Street Phone 603 4: RADIO SERVICE BY EXPERT ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS PUBLIC ADDRESS and INTERCOMMUNICATING SYSTEMS 18 YEARS SERVICING RADIOS 3 YEARS U.S.A. AIR CORPS JERRY'S RADIO SERVICE 33? Fourth St. Ph. 575-25 Tune In KFXM Mon., Wed., Fri., 6:15 P.M. Larry Shield's With the News SAVE. MONEY Everything for Building LUMBER ROOFING PLUMBING HARDWARE ELECTRIC FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES AUTHORIZED DEALER PHILCO RADIOS AND REFRIGERATORS PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW W. M. D ARY CO. 480 So E St Phone SI 76 Gene Mako Will Appear in Net Tournament on College Courts Gene Mako, one of the top pro fessional tennis players, who started his net career while a student at the University of California in Los Angeles, will appear in the tournament starting Dec. 4 at the San Bernardino Valley college gymnasium. The pro net play starting Dec. 4 and continuing until Dec. 7 witli four matches scheduled each night, starting at 7 p.m., will be sponsored by the Sister Elizabeth Kenny foundation, and by Miss Valerie Scott, pro tennis instructor at the Arrowhead Springs hotel. BRITISH STAR Miss Scott, a British star and a Wighlman cup player in past years, announced that Gene Mako has accepted an offer to appear in doubles play here, and possibly in a singles match. Mako won the junior tennis championship in 1931 and had advanced so rapidly in his playing form that in 10.17 ar,A 1010 l,n paired with Don Budge to win the national doubles championship. Although it has been in doubles play that Mako has won his greatest acclaim, he is also a topflight singles player. He was a runner-up to Don Budge for the singles championship in 1938. Efforts appear favorable, according to Miss Scott, toward se- Arrowview Wins . Junior High Grid Championship Arrowview Junior High school captured Hie lightweight football championship this season by winning all of the six games scheduled. The four-team league played a double schedule which included Sturges, Alessandro and Richardson junior high as the opposing elevens. Arrowview scored a total of 66 points as against 19 for the opposition. In the final game Arrowview chalked up its third game in which the opposition was unable to score. The first touchdown in this game was made by Bobby Seccombe on a 25-yard line plunge through center. Bobby had made two previ ous runs for this distance to put Arrowview in scoring territory. Arrowview's second score came early in the second quarter on a fourth down pass tossed by Freddy Hodges to Ned Weller. The pass was tossed in midfield and Weller made a spectacular run to score the touchdown. The season record: Arrowview 14, Sturges 6; Arrowview 13, Richardson 0; Arrowview 12, Alessandro 7; Arrowview 7, Sturges 6; Arrowview 8, Richardson 0; Arrowview 12, Alessandro 0. LumberPaint Hardware Roofing Plumbing Electrical Fixtures and Supplies SUVEBKKRIJP LUMllER CO. 237 D Street - Phone 4744 Slightly' Used ARMY COMSAT BOOTS WHILE THEY LASt HOFFMAN'S Shoe Store and Shoe Repair 423 Third Street ' OPPOSITE CITY HALL FARMERS AUTOMOBILE INTER INSURANCEexchange ANNOUNCES A BRAND NEW SPECIAL ECONOMY POLICY R. A. LYNN, AGENT Phone 612-65 672 Fourth St. PHILCO RADIOS and REFRIGERATORS Complete RADIO SERVICE WALLY MUMMERY in Charge of Repair Deportment ALL WORK GUARANTEED PICK UP AND DELIVERY Place Order New for Philco Refrigerators W. M. DARY. CO. 480 So. E Street Phone 5176 SAVE $3 95- LA 7 CENE MAKO i i curing Wayne Sabin and Frankie Kovacs as added talent for the four-night pro tournament from which funds will be donated to the Kenny foundation. Miss Scott has been trying to se cure the appearance of Helen Bernhard Whittaker who ranked fourth in the women's net ratinesi during 1939 and again in 1942. If she is able to secure the services of Mrs. Whittaker, the Arrowhead Springs net instructor will appear against Ihe San Francisco player. 15 Thoroughbreds Nominated to Run in San Maleo Handicap SAN MATEO, (T Fifteen thoroughbreds were named yesterday as overnight entries for the $10,000 added San Mateo handicap to be run at Bay Meadows today over a mile and one-sixteenth distance. It is for all ages. The race, in which probably a dozen will start, is considered a prep for the mile and one-eighth $50,000 added Bay Meadows handicap, scheduled for Dec. 7. High weight for today's event was assigned to Quick Reward, 124 pounds, with Ralph Neves in the saddle. Canina, outstanding mare which has been rested since the Del Mar meeting, will start, weighted at 115 pounds, and with leading jockey Johnny Longden up, is expected to be solidly backed. FOR BETTER SHOE REPAIR Most Reasonable Prices See Hoffman Work Done While You Wait HOFFMAN'S Shoe Store and Shoe Repair 423 Third Street Opposite City Hall RADIO SERVICE By Expert Technicians PUBLIC ADDRESS and Intercommunicating Systems 23 YEARS Serving San Bernardino 452 E IE3 STREET Phone 381-12 AUTOMOBILE Complete Auto Repairs and Painting Have Your FLUID DRIVE Checked by Your Chrysler Dealer the ONLY FACTORY AUTHORIZED SERVICE in San Bernardino BUTLER MOTORS Chrysler . 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Unmindful of the Cornhuskers' disappointing season of five defeats and three wins, and unawed hu tho TTrlnns nitio clrmVht wins !,,,, tnnl noints nf 295 to nnnon. ents' 72, thousands of Nebraska alumni will augment a throng expected to exceed 70,000. 'Fox' Stanton, Noted r iL II p L ft: . lUUIUflll lUdUl LMCJ OLYMPIA, Wash. (."PI William L. (Fox) Stanton, 72, football coach at California Tech from 1921-42, died here Thursday at the home of his son, W. Layton Stanton, whom he and his wife were visiting. Stanton, a resident of Paso Ro-bles, Calif., started coaching at Pomona college in 1910, later went to Occidental college, joined the Army during World war I, coached the Fort Lewis team in its successful Rose bowl game in 1917 and joined California Tech in 1921. Funeral services will be conducted in Paso Robles Monday afternoon. Coach Walsh Praises Hall for Grid Speed LOS ANGELES (.-P) Adam Walsh, the Los Angeles Rams' coach, joins in the "plugging for Forrest Hall, San Francisco U's jack rabbit half back. Walsh says Hall is the only college player he lias seen as fast as Buddy Young. MOVING? PHONE 251-63 EXPERIENCED FURNITURE MOVERS ECONOMY TRANSFER CO. 1911 Sepulveda Frea EstimaU UAH-TILE The Lifetime Concrete Roof Permanent Fireproof Attractive Immediate Delivery Muscoy Tile Roofing Co. 1965'.', W. Highland Ave. Ph. 750-32 DOLLAR - A - WEEK BOOKKEEPING SERVICE . Anywhere In the County CHAS. F. BURCH, Director 3323 12th St., Riverside San Bernardino Branch Ph. 591-63 CASA DEL NAVAJO 633 Fourth Street NAVAJO HAND MADE INDIAN JEWELRY HAND TOOLED PURSES ' WALLETS BASKETS RUGS POTTERY Open Evenings and Sundays YOUR OLD RADIO Is Worth Mora IN TRADE at CULLEN RADIO, Third St. at H CALIFORNIA DATES and AVOCADOS Always on Hand at Our New Packing Plant ORDER NOW FOR XMAS Gift Package Packed to Order H. 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Stice and sons' Tickingatit, took the lead at the drop of the flag in the featured seventh race at Bay Meadows yesterday and made every post a winning one to scamper over the six furlong distance in 1:11. With Johnny Longden up, the winner paid S3.90, $2.60 and $2.20. At the wire, Tickingatit had a length margin over the stout stretch runner, Gold Boat. Zaca Rosa, always in contention, finished third. Gold Boat returned $3.30 and 2.60. Zaca Rosa show tickets were worth $2.70. The throng passed 5360,897 through the wickets during the eight races. Save Money Easily Let the Want Ads Do Your Selling Job UNDUE TIRE WEAR AND SHIMMY Have Your WHEELS ALIGNED New and Reconditioned MOTORS FOR DE SOTO PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER AND DODGE Complete Body and Fender Repairs and Custom Painting Reasonable Prices Prompt Service All Makes of Cars BRUCE JORDAN De Soto, Plymouth Dlst. 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