The Californian from Salinas, California on January 21, 1950 · 10
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1 Gonzales Beaten by Hollister Hollister high school basket bailers won a pair of B-section CCAL gamea from Gonzales high school last night, and prepared to meet the invading Salinas high school quintets this evening at Hollister gym. The Hayseeds took the Spartanettes 35-20, while the Haybalers completed the sweep with a 30-27 triumph over the Spartans Haybalers won on the free throw line, getting 12 one-pointers while the Spartans, who were unable to get a fair percentage of their shots, had nine. Each club came in with nine field goals, and each was charged with the same number of fouls, 17. Spartans held a 26-23 lead in the middle of the final quarter, but lost out when they became over-cautious and committed four fouls, each of which was turned into points for Hollister. Gonzales Leads at Half Each team had nine points in the first quarter, Gonzales led 13-12 at the half, but Hollister took over 23-19 as the final frame started. Hollister sank 12 of 18 free throws, Gonzales nine of 21 chances. The losers missed a number of layups and for the first time this season Al Piffero was blanked in field goal shooting. Kan Out of Fuel Lightweight tilt was just a case of the Spartanettes running "out of fuel" in the third period. Gonzales trailed by three points at the half, 14-17 and Hollister added a dozen in this quarter, while Gonzales was blanked. Reserves played most of the final quarter for the Spartanettes, and held their own, getting six points, as did the Hollisters. Gonzales led 5-4 at the end of the first quarter, trailed 14-17 at the half and were behind 14-29 as the final canto started. Jack Nunes had six to lead the local area team. Gonzales hosts Gilroy Tuesday and Pacific Grove Friday night. SPARTANETTES (20) Player FG FT PF TP Nunes, f 2 2 0 6 bias. I . 0 Correa. 1 Colantro, 3 Retana. f Comancho, c ... King, c Daoro. g E. Aguinid, g . Pura. g T. Aguinid. ft 0 0 0 1 :. o o .0 Bonincontri, g 0 Totals 7 6 5 20 HAYSEEDS (35) Player FG FT PF TP Yanez. f .l 0 12 Medina, f , 2 0 14 Alnas. I 4 0 2 8 Nishita,' f 1 0 0 2 Parodi, f ...0 111 Prandi, c 4 2 1 10 Fujii. g 1 0 12 Sonnrkson. g 2 0 14 Carrillo, g 0 0 2 0 Miguez, g 1 0 0 2 iloinis D05g)lhi Wornis Pmr; Point heirs Aire Heo'Seim BOWLING Leaders in the Salinas Veterans Bowling league had a bad evening when they were both defeated in three out of four games. Atlas, the first place team, lost to Chit-tick, while Hampshire, in second place, was beaten by Coin-o-matic. Lamar defeated Permanente three games to one to move ahead of them in the standings. Californian took three games from Moschel thereby moving them into the cellar spot. High game was bowled by A. Hamilton of Moschel with a score of 243. High series went to C. Baldwin, Jr., with a score of 593. Totals 16 SPARTANS (27) Player FG FT Piffero, f ....0 L. Rianda. f 0 Cowger, f ...0 John Carraccioli, f 2 Wiley, c 2 Smith, c ....0 Jim Caraccioli, g ...3 H. Rianda, g 1 Breschini, g 1 Totals 4 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 10 35 PF TP 5 4 9 9 HAYBALERS (30) Player FG FT Sanchez, f 2 4 banning, f 3 0 DeRbsa. f 0 1 Frassetta, c 0 2 Vargas, g 3 1 Wade, g 0 . 1 Harp, g 1 2 Serpa, g 0 1 17 27 PF TP 3 . 8 Totals ...:... 9 12 17 30 Six Games Are On Y Schedule For Monday Eve Third series of games in the high school and senior divisions of the 'YMCA Inter-Church Basketball league will be played on Monday evening at the boys' gym of the high school. In the high school division the First Baptists play" St. Paul's Episcopal in the first game at 6:30 p.m., the Calvary Evangelistic boys play the Hebbron Heights Church at 7 p.m., and at 7:30 p.m. the Alisal First Christians take on the Chinese. The four high school teams which draw byes are the First Methodists, the United Presbyterians, the Nazarenes and the Columbian Squires. In the senior division the First Methodist Men play the United Presbyterian men at 8 p.m., the Alisal First Christians vs. the Chinese at 8:40 p.m. and at 9:20 p.m. St. Paul's Episcopal vs. Calvary Evangelistic. The First Baptists draw a bye. Twenty-five teams with close to two hundred fifty players are participating in this activity. The First Methodist Young Men had to drop out of the senior d-vision because some of their players were unable to be present for the hour of play. On the other hand the Calvary Evangelistic boys added another team in the junior high division. Play Ball Sunday Valley Feed baseball team entered in the Monterey Winter loop, will play Pacific Grove tomorrow afternoon in the 12:30 p.m. contest at Monterey ball, park. The tilt has been postponed repeatedly since Dec. 18 by weather when It was slated to be played- Pirates Come Back in Second Half to Take Encounten 47 to 41 By Francis Froelicher Hartnell's Panthers are hoping for better luck tonight, when they meet the Stockton Mustangs in a Northern California Junior College conference game here in their own gymnasium. Last night they ran into bad luck in the form of missed free throws ana a snarpsnooier by the name of Jim Doan. The result was a 47-41 victory for the Modesto Pirates, who made the trip here yesterday, for the NCJCC encounter. For Modesto it was Doan all the way, particularly in the sec ond half. The shifty Pirate guard poured in eight field goals and four tosses for a 20-pomt total. as he and his teammates recovered from a 25-23 deficit at the half. Last Threat He tied it up at 25 apiece, and the closest the Panthers got in the fame's waning minutes was 36 K 38, on a field goal by guard Johnny Wong. For a while it looked as though the Panthers would do the trick and repeat their first-half performance, when they came from behind to head the invaders. But a quick push goal by Gerald Torkelson and two more quickies by Doan put the Pirates back in a comfortable lead. It was cut to three points when center Bill Bell scored one of his four field goals for the Harts, but the gain was erased when forward Russ Reynolds hooped in the clincher for the Bucks. Wong, Bell Pace Locals It was different during the first ' half, when guard Wally Wong and center Bell scored most of their 12 points apiece for Hart-nell. Two swishers by Wong gave the Harts a 6-4 lead soon after the game opened, and from then on the first half was nip and tuck. Forward Jack Avina, who' scored Modesto's first eight points, made it 8 to for the Pirates when he raced down the floor for swisher No. 4. The Bucs proceeded to pull way ahead. But the Wong brothers, Johnny and Wally, came right back. Johnny's field goal tied it up, and Wally's swisher from the side made it 25-23 for Hartnell just before the half. Willson, Keeney Out Six hundred cage fans saw the Harts go down to defeat last night, as they played without the services of Fred Willson and Don Keeney. A speedy Alisal school quintet downed Washington Junior high school, 10-9, in a second preliminary tilt which followed a city Recreation league encounter. Last night's Hartnell-Modesto box score was: Monterey JC Lobos were defeated by the Stockton Mustangs last night at Monterey, 58-31. The tall Mustangs, paced by guard Lee Kaupe's 18 points, were ahead throughout and led at the half 34 to 18. HARTNELL (41) W. Wong, g 5 2 J. Wong, g 4 Bell, c 4 Macha, f 1 Conlan, f . ..l Albaugh, c . ........0 Withers, f 1 J. Stolk 105 148 145 398 M. McGrath 152 122 90 364 J. Chandler 104 120 167 391 W. Hembree 152 191 197 540 A. Hamilton 154 124 243 521 Handicap 10 10 10 30 Totals 677 715 862 2254 Won 1, Lost 3. CALIFORNIAN B. Schneider .... 158 136 146 400 E. Bey 164 143 159 466 H. Bailey 160 154 147 461 P. Rogers 166 146 162 474 B. Proctor 162 176 2fi0 538 Totals .'. .TilO 755 814 2379 Won 3, Lost 1. PERMANENTE P. Juster 148 142 127 417 R. Strand 146 118 191 455 H. Stevens ..161 187 156 504 H. Bartelbaugh 139 132 116 387 B. Henderson 141 131 159 . 431 Handicap 44 44 44 132 Totals ......7779 "754 793 2226 Won 1, Lost 3. LAMAR A. Bayley 133 176 152 461 C. Baldwin Sr. 175 161 189 525 P. Deis 117 119 180 416 A. Brown 126 148 135 409 A. Chase 161 175 204 540 Totals .....712 "779 860 2351 Won 3, Lost 1. COIN-O-MATIC D. Wynne 175 125 129 429 G. Deavers 136 171 157 464 B. Zdenek 134 155 166 433 L. Morris 164 175 182 521 B. Perry 150 ' 147 142 439 Handicap 54 54 54 162 Totals 813 827 830 2470 Won 3, Lost 1. HAMPSHIRE D. Hampshire 137 188 139 455 B. Long ..147 168 134 447 Tl. Maust 168 160 164 494 A. Peterson .189 171 158 518 R. Costa 145 157 180 482 Totals 786 844 775 2405 Won 1. Lost 3. ATLAS F. Griffith 186 E. Yaun 152 H. Mocettini 128 J. Bolander 174 H. Beavers 196 Handicap 17 Totals 853 Won 1, Lost 3. CHITTIC N. Heuchan 160 P. Seymour 157 W. Kerwin 111 C. Sanders 186 C. Baldwin Jr 223 Totals X...837 Won 3. Lost 1. 159 200 545 137 160 449 178 184 490 147 145 466 135 231 562 17 17 51 773 937 2563 K 177 204 541 180 159 496 195 222 528 150 189 525 178 192 592 880 966 2683 LEAGUE STANDINGS Won Lost Atlas : - 36 16 Hampshire 34 18 Coin-o-matic .. .. 29 23 Chittick .. 29 23 Lamar 23 29 Permanente 22 30 Californian 18 34 Moschel 17 , 35 Fresno Rockets' Keglerettes to Roll Here Sunday Fresno Rockets, who made quite a reputation for themselves in women's soft ball they went to the national championships 1 the last four years and gained the final round twice have moved into a new sport and are doing right well in this endeavor. Latest sport the gals have mastered is bowling, and they will be here tomorrow to play a team of Salinas women In a three-game match at the local alleys. If the Fresno team wears its softball gear, blouses and shorts, the alleys should have a capacity gallery. Two of the visitors, Virginia Busick and Betty Schegel form the battery for the softball team, with Miss Busick pitching, Miss Sohegel backstopping. Miss Busick is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carter of Salinas, local bowling addicts, who arranged ' the match for tomorrow. World production of copper approximates more than 2.000,000 tons annually. When m JaO BAIL BONDS Any Amount 24 Hr. Serrtc Phone 7338 101 SALESYARD HAROLD WELLS Ph. Santa Cruz 30-W-4 THOMAS L CLARK Ph. Gilroy 16-F-12 Licensed Bonded-Commission merchants. PUBLIC LIVESTOCK AUCTION EVERY TUESDAY We announce the removal of our auction sale from Prunedale to THE ROCKS 14 miles north of Salinas on Hiway 101 101 for a Short Haul ' & High Dollar 12 9 12 2 4 0 2 Totals 16 9 11 41 MODESTO (47) Player FG FT PF TP Reynolds, f 2 0 3 4 Avina, f 4 Hapen, c 2 Doan. g . 8 Ustick. g 0 Ary. f 1 Torkeyson, c .. 1 Dawson, g 0 Totals 18 11 14 47 Free throws missed: Salinas 6; Modesto 2. Officials: John DiMatteo and Paul Kane. " . Reno, Eugene Are Admitted to Loop EUGENE, ORE., 0T.E) Two day meeting of the Far West baseball league's directors continued today after the admission of the Reno and Eugene clubs to the circuit. Wayne Hinkley of Reno, Art Hardier of Eugene, Joe Carroll of Marysville and Larry Cummins of Willows were elected to the board of directors. An exchange of umpires with the California league during spring training was approved. Medford, Klamath Falls and Pittsburg were also represented at yesterday's meeting which voted to fine clubs which did hot send representatives J 100. Tendency of a car to slip out of gear indicates a weak spring or looseness of the shaft or gears. Play in Carmel Wednesday U Hi 'J til . r m Q ft NaT -A.S. 'fs f RTfWHW n if jBabes Roll Up 52-32 Triumph; Cowboys Get Out of Cellar, 44-32 Salinas Cowbabes moved into undisputed first place of the CCAL and the Cowboys climbed out of the cellar last night when both Salinas high school quintets soundly defeated the visiting Santa Cruz fives here at the high school j i a i r 'at r"" err on t m I gym. lne tsaoes trounced tne visiting araieis o-o, wxiiie the'Cowboys outscorea ine arai-j . 4 Pancho Gonzales (left), one of the nation's great tennis players, will play Jack Kramer in a pro match Wednesday night at the Carmel high school gym; In this picture he is shown with Pancho Segura of Ecuador, who will vie with Frankie Parker in the preliminary event on the card." Jack Abeloe Is Elected President of Gun Club; Plan Two Large Shoots Salinas Rodeo Gun club elected a new president and announced that two large shoots will be held there this summer, at the meeting held Thursday night, Secretary Walter Wilkinson announced today. Jack Abeloe was named president of the club, succeeding William "Tiny" Eakin who .neia me oince ror two years. Jack Kramer! Gonzales to Be at Carmel Most intriguing professional tennis competition of all time is coming to Carmel on Jan. 25th when promoter Bobby Riggs presents Jack Kramer, world professional champion against Pancho Gonzales, U.S. Amateur champion, at the Carmel high school gymnasium. Never before has the meeting of two tennis rivals evoked so much interest. Ever since Riggs, himself two-time national champion and current U.S. pro king-pin, managed to lure Gonzales from amateur competition, there has been a growing army of sports fans eager to see these two titans of the court smash at each other. Gonzales, who won the National title for the second straight time at Forest Hills, New York, in .uelling sets with Ted Schroeder will pit his power-driven service against Kramer's all-around court magic. Pancho Highly Paid Riggs had to go all the way to bring Gonzales into the fiscal fold. He guaranteed the American-born Mexican $60,000 against 30 per cent of the gross, to turn pro fessional. Last year, in his first tour as a money-winner, Kramer earned $120,000. He is working for 5 per cent of the gross this time. Carmel is the smallest town that they will play on their tour and the show is being presented through the efforts of two Carmel residents. Captain William Donnely, Jr., is a long-time personal friend of Riggs and Paul Clark of Carmel is guaranteeing all expenses. Preliminary Contest With play starting at 8 o'clock. spectators will see the whole troup in action. Frankie Parker, twice National Singles champion and Pancho Segura, colorful Ecu- dorean, will start the evening's festivities followed by the feature attraction of Kramer and Gonzales. After a short rest, the players pair off and play an exhibition doubles match. Tickets are on sale at various merchants about the Peninusla or Lloyd Foster was elected vice-president of the organization, and Wilkinson re - elected secretary-treasurer. Directors selected were Henry Bondesen, Walter Christen-sen, John Panziera, Joe Silva, C. C. Rogers and Manuel Foster. George Johnson was named team captain for Northern California shoots. Host Two Events Local club will host two major competitions during the year, getting the Northern California Skeet championship here June 4 and following on June 25 with the Pacific Coast Open, a registered shoot. Each event probably will attract about 25 teams of five men in each unit, Albeloe indicated. Competition will be in the all-bore, 20 gauge, 28 gauge and 4.10 short. Local marksmen will get into their first contests tomorrow when they take part in the Pacific Rod and Gun club affair at the Lake Merced range. ' Defending Champs Salinas Rodeo Gun club is defending champion in the Northern California Skeet Shooters' association, and will be entered in all major encounters of the season. On Jan. 29, Fort Ord club, newly admitted to the NCSSA, will use the local range for its goodwill competition and on Feb. 26 Hollister club will put the local acreage to the same duty. Last year was one of the most successful for local marksmen, who intend to use it as a springboard for better things in 1950. BICYCLE IS STOLEN Logan Morgan of 534 Terrace street reported to the Monterey county sheriff's office last night that his bicycle had been stolen from a grocery at Carr and Fremont streets, deputies stated. a call to John Gardner, tennis professional at Del Monte Lodge will handle the situation. A ATTENTION PACKARD OWNERS Clarence Harvey Service Manager and Lloyd Spaide Mechanic ARE NOW SERVICING PACKARDS at J. K. YOUNG MOTOR CO. 401 Monterey St. Phone 7339 PHONE 5719 DAY OR NIGHT BLACK & WHITE CAB Fast, Safe Transportation Drivers Specially Trained Most Modern equipment Radio-Telephone Equipped for Faster Service Special Attention Given Time Calls Courteous Drivers 24 Hour Service Phone 5719 nals 44-32. The Babes went out to a substantial lead at halftime, saw it hacked down to within reach and then rolled in points in the final quarter to walk away fronr the team coached by Charles Smith. Salinas tagged on 17 points in put in three. Varsity tilt ran somewhat the the final frame, while the visitors same way. After a 6-6 tie in the first, Salinas leaped away to a long 31-13 lead at the intermission. Again Santa Cruz bid strong in the third quarter and narrowed the margin once to six points, but superior Cowboy play edged past that squeak and started rolling up too much lead for the Cards to overtake. Salinas led 36-25 as the final quarter opened. Score 25 in Second Cowboys scored 25 points in the second quarter, one of their biggest scoring efforts of the season in eight minutes, while Santa Cruz was packing on seven, five coming by the free throw route. Each school posted 12 points via the line "avenue in the encounter. Jim Mastin, who high-pointed the evening with 17, got eight in the big second,. Bob Steinbach had six and Russ Lawler five, four of which were pushed in from the sideline. Adams Looked Good Star of the tiff for Salinas was Bob Adams, an unheralded guard who saw a lot of service, especially after Dick Dahl fouled out in the third frame. Besides playing a good floor game, Adams accounted for six points and was charged with only one of the 22 personals called against the local heavies. Leland Rianda, not much on points, was long on his floor game for Salinas and ably filled in at guard. During the contest, which was one of the roughest of the season (had the officials been ultra-strict they could nearly have tripled the foul count) 38 fouls were called, 22 on the winners, 16 on Santa Cruz. Steinbach and Dahl were lost to Salinas, Walters to Santa Cruz. Cards came in with a six foot 6s inch center who weighs 210 pounds, in Don Noren but awkwardness offset his usefulness. He accounted for 14 points, five buckets which were rebounds and four free tosses. Teresa Gets 23 Cowbabes, who have figured Santa Cruz the toughest club they will meet, were paced to their second win by Tony Teresa, hard playing forward who had 23 points for his evening's effort. Tony had 10 field goals and his poorest quarter was the second when he only had five points. In each of the other three he was good for six. The Cowbabes played a straight lineup until Chris Gin left in the third period via the foul route. That brought Denney Bertlesman into the tilt and finally Vic Zabala made his appearance, relieving Hichard Baguio late in the third. Baguio replaced Mike Alioto who was ineligible for disciplinary measures. Babe Reserves Get In With 90 seconds left and Salinas leading 51-32, Coach Bill Kearney sent in five more men to finish out the contest. Coach Smith of Santa Cruz used a "platoon system", swapping men almost as often as the ball changed possession. Passing was poor in this tilt, especially on the Santa Cruz side of the court. The visitors missed many scoring chances because they tossed the ball wildly. Watsonville high school took both ends of a twin bill from Mon-tereys last night, annexing the varsity 50 to 37 and grabbing the lightweight tilt by a one point margin, 24-23. Tonight the Salinas teams go to Hollister in non-league encounters and get ready for Watsonville at the Apple City next Friday evening. Box scores last night were: CARDLETS (32) Player FG FT Mazzei. f 6 Pierona, f 2 Adams, c 1 Reynolds, g ... 2 N. Vomvalikis. g Mieues. f Nomvalikis. J., g 0 Johnson, c 0 Thomas, g .'0 Totals PF TP S 12 13 6 COWBABES (52) Player FG FT Andrade, f 5 2 Teresa, f 10 3 Baeuio. c 1 3 Gin, g 0 5 Day. g 1 0 Morales, f 1 0 Heinrichs, f 0 1 Hibino, f 0 0 Zabala, c 0 0 Armstrong, g 0 0 Bertlesman, g ..l 0 19 32 PF TP 3 12 23 S 5 2 2 1 0 0 0 2 Totals 19 14 14 52 CARDINALS (32) Player FG FT PF TP Arneal, f 2 0 14 Walters, f 0 3 5 3 Noren, c 5 4 2 14 Pokriots, g 3 2 3 8 Johnson, g 0 0 4 0 Kirbv. f . ...0 3 1 3 Carpenter, g 0 0 0 0 Lundsted. g 0 0 0 0 Totals 10 12 16 32 COWBOYS (44) Player FG FT PF TP Steinbach. f .... 3 3 5 9 Lawler. f 2 13 5 Mastin. c 6 5 4 17 Rianda. g 1 0 3 2 Dahl. g 2 15 5 Adams, g 2 2 16 Young, g 0 0 10 Gardiner, f 0 0 0 0 Totals 16 12 22 44 Officials were John Vosti and Harry Lourentzos. ..,2 1 1 0 L. 0 1 1 2 L. 0 1 1 2 Pet. 1.000 .500 .500 .000 Pet. 1.000 .500 .500 .000 CCAL A DIVISION STANDINGS LIGHTWEIGHTS W Salinas 2 Watsonville 1 Santa Cruz ...l Monterev 0 RESULTS LAST NIGHT Salinas 52. Santa Cruz. 32. Watsonville 24. Monterey 23. HEAVYWEIGHTS W. Watsonville Salinas . Monterey Santa Cruz RESULTS LAST NIGHT Salinas 44. Santa Cruz 32. Watsonville 50, Monterey 37. 'Gorgeous Gussy1 Moran Will Wed Britisher In June CALCUTTA (IT.E) Gertrude "Gorgeous Gussy" Moran, the California, tennis star who finally won a tennis tournament last week, acquired a fiance today. Social columns in local papers announced the engagement of the shapely Miss Moran to British businessman Anthony Davenport, of Berkshire, England. Davenport, who is well-known in local circles, said they will marry here after Miss Moran competes in the All-England tournament at Wimbledon next June. He said they will make their home here after the wedding. They first met, he said, at the Asian championships last month. Miss Moran competed in last year's Wimbledon tourney. She didn't win any cups but she won plenty of photographs when her flying skirts flew enough to display shapely legs and lace-trimmed panties, an innovation in tennis circles. SANTA MONICA (UP) The mother of tennis star Gertrude Moran said today reports of her daughter's engagement in Calcutta, India, to a British businessman had "floored" her. "It's so unlike Gertrude to do something like that and not let us know," Mrs. Emma Moran said. "She's always told us her every move but we haven't heard a word from her about the engagement." WALLET TURNED IN Eugene Roberts, a dispatcher, at the Greyhound bus depot here, turned in to Salinas police yes terday afternoon a wallet which he stated had been found on one of the busses. It had been held at the local Greyhound office for several days, on the chance its owner would claim it, officers said. ASKEllEMLl TONIGHT crnii 8 P.M. 1460 on your dial HARTNELL vs. STOCKTON Conference Game Sponsored by . REX POWELL Building Contractor 1045 Montana St. TOM'S Rexall DRUG 360 Main St. Salinas 10 SALINAS CALIFORNIAN Saturday, January 21, 1950 20-30 Quintet Beats Ordmen In Tilt, 47-35 Salinas 20-30 Club polished off the Red Feathers of Fort Ord in the lone Recreation loop encounter last night, taking the game 47 to 35. It was played as the preliminary to the Panther-Mo-desto tilt, at Hartnell gym. Winners went out in front in the first period and held the lead at the start of each subsequent quarter. They led 23-16 at half and 35-25 as the final frame started. Doyle Burnett paced the winners with 19, followed by Joe Barr who had 12. Russ Anania came in with 13 for the soldiers. RED FEATHERS (35) Player KG FT PF TP G. Holson, f 3 117 Hilts, g 0 0 0 0 Kotsaris. c 2 0.0 4 Ryan, f . 3. 0 0 4 R. Anania. g 6 1 1 11 Stino, 1 0 0 3 0 Waite, f 1 5 2 7 Totals 14 7 7 35 30-30 (47) Player FG FT PF TP Menees, f .-. 0 111 Garcia. I 1 0 13 Barr. f 5 3 3 12 Borges. f 1 0 3 2 D. Burnett, c ..9 1 3 19 Palmer, g 2 12 5 Sanders, g ..3 0 0 6 Wesley, g 0 0 0 0 Totals ....21 5 11 47 Basketball Results By United Press EAST: Long Island Univ. 83, Fort Monmouth 56. Brooklyn College 81, Providence 65. SOUTH: Alabama State 55, Tuskegee 38. Florida 54. Georgia 49. Alabama 60. Louisiana State 50. SOUTHWEST: Arkansas College 50, Wiley 32. Arkansas Tech 102, Little Rock JC 56. MIDWEST: Baldwin Wallace fi9, Akron 61. Knox 66. Coe 52. Cornell College 53, Omaha 50. Creighton 71, Wichita 58. WEST: Regis 61. Colorado Mines 48. Washington 69. Oregon 49. Santa Clara 58. St. Mary's 47. Washington State 53, Oregon Stat 39. Brigham Young 55. Denver 39. Montana State Univ. 89, Gonzaga 73, LEGAL NOTICE J. T. HARRINGTON, Attorney at Law, 615 Salinas National Bank Bldf. Salinas, California. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THX STATE OF CALIFORNIA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MONTEREY In the Matter of the Estate el DORA E. WOODS, Deceased. No. 11001 NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL Notice is hereby given that a petition for probate of the Will of DORA E. WOODS, deceased, and for the issuance to WALLACE A. WOODS of Letters Testamentary has been filed in this Court, and that Monday. th 30th day of January. 1950. at 10:00 o'clock A.M. of said day, in the Courtroom of said Court in the City of Salinas, County of Monterey, State of California, has been set for the hearing of said petition, at which tim and place all persons interested may appear and contest said will and fil objections to the granting ol laid petition. Dated: January 13, 1950. EMMET G. McMENAMIN. Clerk-By WILMA HENNIG, Deputy. Jan. 17 thru 27, 1950. (2888) 3. T. HARRINGTON, Attorney at Law, 615 Salinas National Bank Bldg. Salinas, California. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MONTEREY In the Matter of the Estata of ADDIE PHILLIPS. Deceased. No. 11005 NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL Notice is hereby given that a petition for probate of the Will of ADDIE PHILLIPS deceased together with a Codicil thereto and for the issuance to TRIGG PHILLIPS, of Letters Testamentary has been filed in this Court, and that Monday, the 30th day of January, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. of said day. in the Courtroom of said Court in the City of Salinas. County of Monterey, State of California, has been set for the hearing of said petition, at which time and place all persons Interested may appear and contest said will and file objections to the granting of said petition. Dated: January 16. 1950. EMMET G. McMENAMIN. Clerk By WINWFRED SWINDLE, Deputy. Jan. 17 thru 27. 1950. (3891) World's Championship TENNIS TOURS PAHCHO GONZALES U. S. SINGLES CHAMP, vs. JACK KRAMER WORLD PRO CHAMP. AND FRANKIE PARKER PANCHOSEGURA PLUS AN EXHIBITION DOUBLES MATCH CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL Wednesday, Jan. 25th 8:00 P.M. Tickets on sale at: Rickett's Sport Shop, Mahar's. Village Corner in Carmel. The Camera Exchange in Pacific Grove and in Monterey, the Casa Munras, Bifrs, San Carlos Hotel, Ras-mussen and Moody. ' The Racquet Club in Pebble Beach and at Del Monte Lodge. TICKET HEADQUARTERS MONTEREY BAY MOTORS . Telephone Monterey 9188 i u

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