Nevada State Journal from Reno, Nevada on September 24, 1944 · Page 12
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AGE S-4 NEVADA STATE JOURNAL. RENO, NEVADA SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1944 (Journal photo). JONS--Larry Devlncenzl, Chet Winkel, Ray Smith, Lyle Ball, MerrUl Gafney; front, Al Schorr, Charles Hude, Jim Corica, George Hamilton, Lyle Harper.--(Journal photo). " ( *;v_Dan Konnow, Carl Fuetch, Ernie Kleppe, Dick Hughes, Wayne H l n c k l e y , Sam Wood; front, Bill Cottinger, Herb Foster, Wayne Adams, Hiney Cooper, Jack Loughridge, Harolfl West.--(Journal photo). XCHAXGE--Randall Ross, Curtis Fair, Mike Carson, Ea.rl Sloan, Bill Neal; front, Paul Jackson, Harry Lemon, John Beetehen, Bob Baker, Eioyd Peterson.--(Journal photo). OPTIMISIS-Bob Grenlg, Bob Wcfls, Ernie York, Jim Charles Gasho, "Brickie" Hansen, Buck Ben Ferrari. -- (Modern photo). Jim S a n t l I n 1 ; middle, M a r k yorl, , Frank Schwelss; front, Les Crocker, PEACE OFFICERS--Lee Brawner, Bob Moore, Bill Backer, Ted Berrum, Dallas Seevers, Al Nlcora; front, Chas. Renhinl, Frank Nichols, Bill Hanrahan, Ed Gily, Aiders, Les Kofoed, Ed Montgomery.--(Modern photo). V · KIWANIS--George Stetson, Darrell Swope, Dusty Underwoodj middle, Jack Walther, Howard Wells, Cass Bogash; front, Earl Wooster, Chuck Gollck, Milt Gumbert.-(Modern Photo). Northwestern Thumps De Pauw DYCHE STADIUM, Evanston, Sept. 23. (U.P)--Northwestern University deleated De Pauw Uwiver- sity of Greencastle, Ind., 62-0, in the opening game of the season for both teams last night before 15,000 shivering fans. The wildcats started slowly, scoring a touchdown in the first period and added two more in the second to hold a 19-0 lead at the half over their lighter, greener opponents. Northwestern's power became apparent at the start of the third period when John Yungwirth, the successor to Otto Graham at the left-halfback post, passed to Duane Sickek, veteran end, for their sec- ond touchdown to make'the scort 25-0. Yungwirth added another scort on his own from the eight-yard line and Bob Funderburg, fullback, made his third successful conversion out of five attempts and Northwestern was out In front by 33-0. Refrigeration REPAIRS ALL MAKES--ALL TTPES DOMESTIC--COMMERCIAL We Have the Men! We Have the Parts! L em mon I/ Pi vi vt»rs 323 Slerrm Street--Phone 7713, Coasting Along Bay Meadows Is Packing Them in Like Never Before; Watch Emlen Tunnell of Sealions By HAL WOOD United Press Staff Correspondent SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 23. (U.P) --Short shots: Bay Meadows, racing for its third million dollars for war charities, is packing 'em in like never before--and that includes at the mutuel windows. For the first eight days of the fall meeting, the betting gross was 53,325,800, compared with $2,747,400 over a like period at the spring meeting Paste these names in your hat to remember as prospective grid stars for the 1944 west coast season: Robeft Dal Porto, touted as i the shining star of the new St. ' Mary's Pre-Flight eleven, and a colored lad by the name of Emlen Tunnell, who will be performing with the Coast Guard Pilots, a new gridiron organization of the Bay region. For the first time since its Inception eight years ago, Oakland and San Francisco are meeting in Shaughnessy playoffs of the Pacific Coast League--and, believe it or not, the Oaks, despite a deficiency in seating capacity, probably will outdraw the Seals on a per game basis during the series. Lt. George Svendson, assistant coach of the St. Mary's Pre-Flight grid club, is just back from a year's tour of duty in the Pacific. Former All-Big Ten lineman with the Minnesota Gophers and later with the Green Bay Packers in the National League, Svendson looks exactly like a coach's dream of how a tackle should stack up. In fact, he looked so good while making a talk at the Press Club the other night, that visiting Coaches Stub Allison of California, Jimmy Phelan of St. Mary's and J. J. Malevich of Fleet City Bluejack- ets'! left the room literally drooling, and probably sending up a silenj prayer that something like that would happen to them. The T formation is the rage this j, ear --but something old will be added! Allison, Malevich and Lt. Joe Verducci of the Coast Guard SiBa Lions have indicated 1hat "just for variety" they will Intersperse plays from the double wing, single wing, etc. Ho hum! Ilivera Rallies, Whips Hernandez HOLLYWOOD. Sept 23 (U.PJ-- crappy Tony Olivera, 122. Oak- nd, Calif., last night overcame an rly lead by Chico Hernandez, New York, to win a unani- ous 10-round decision before 00 fans at Legion stadium. Hernandez started strong but ded badly in the fourth round ien Olivera gave him a terrific ·ad and body beating. The New Fct the Future of Youi lomej Country Buy . U. S. War Bonds and Stamps * BOBBIN'S NEVADA CLUB Yorker suffered a cut ye in the fourth, and from then on Olivera had things his way. In one of the six-round semifinals Fred Taylor, Los Angeles, 133, scored a technical knockout in the fifth round over Harry Cole, 131, Los Angeles. The referee stopped the bout after Cole suffered nine knockdowns in the fourth and was being severely punished on the ropes in the fifth. The second semi-final resulted in a draw between Mickey Romo, 119, Los Angeles, and Augie Rodriguez, 115, Mexico City, when both fighters had to bow out in the fifth with cuts over the eyes. W E R E P A I R All makes of Electiical Appliances. All work guaranteed. MOLTZEN FITCH ELECTRIC COMPANY 275 So. Virginia Phone 2-4034 Glowing flavor plus mellow smoothness --get botK in Padre wines. Pressed from famous, sun-rich grapes the old- world woy. Bottled ot the winery -- yet sold at down-to-earth ceiling prices. Al! popular types. Made and Bottled by PADRE VINEYARD COMPANY Cucamonga, California R E S E R V E BOTTLED AT THE WINERY D J S . T R 1 8 U T S D B Y M t K I S S O N 1 B O B B I N S , INC., N . Y . RENO RADIO REFRIGERATION HOSPITAL Commercial and Domestic Appliances Serviced . · Limited Radio Repairs Licensed in Reno C - C O Y L E PHONE 5900 IF PETER PAIN PLUGS YOU WITH RACKING flEAPACHE. ..RUBIN Ben-Gay QUICK HERE'S WHY gently warming, soothing Ben-Gay gives such fast relief from simple headache...Ben-Gay contains up to2 J /2 times more of twofamous pain-relieving agents, methyl salicylate and menthol--known.to every doctor -than five other widely offered rub-ins. So-insist on genuine, quick-acting Ben-Gay for welcome, soothing relief! B E N - G A Y R H E U M A T I S M I T H E R E ' S A t S p M U S C L E P A I N ? M I L D B E N - G A Y OWNERS! THE CRITICAL PERIOD OF THE WAR... FOR AMERICAN TRANSPORTATION...IS RIGHT AHEAD! »TpHE news from the battle front may be encour- A aging. But the news from the transportation front at home gets more serious every day. More gasoline alone can't save the situation! Or more tires! What transportation experts everywhere are gravely concerned about is the rate at which cars themselves are wearing out Your car cannot be replaced today... It may be some time before all who need them can get new automo- biles. Meanwhile, the mrest way for you to hav» automobile transportation is to protect the car you drive today. Protect it with regular lubrication as recommended by Oldsmobile engineers. Protect it with factSry-speci6cation service. Protect it by having all war-worn parts skillfully adjusted or replaced. This month, before winter sets in, let our mechanics check your car over thoroughly,8oyou can keep on driving tomorrow. JOHN T. WHITMIRE INEWSPAPERif IEWSPAPEM

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