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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - August 23, 1937, Arcadia, California He s 6ltt\n 1 upa6in--- he done sur on Dat West spot Wmk a d Vatah bucket _ was. It i o Joey Ohhi he oot in he he s shot. It s my fault. Yeah he aint muck taught when he moving keep in front of in so to Ouy can t aim while he s Sittin still. Tell fix in Fer Kickin the Pup. I m sore i guess he s aul right again he a abbe of Dill with a straight left to the face now they re slugging to think Dill is slightly stronger than Paloska a Arcadia daily Tribune Mondow Aukum 23. 1937 the daily Tribune a business and professional directory snapshot Cuil water i of is i. N. Kendall m. D. Slur. Ii v. It y n Fco Loc. Y obstetrics of Nee hours to to 12-2 to 5 evenings 7-8, except wednesday phone Imi Al \. First ave. I 11,11 s notary insurance i Dee m. Payne Beal St Ste 6 e Huntington Arcadia phone Arcadia 2294 my radio store phone 2298 in i i p Vik i i makes of sets 18 North first Avenue Arcadia i i in i Ginther chiropractor to v first we. Pm 2813 next Dom to Post office Arcadia disposal co. 56 e. Huntington or. Phone 2294 collects is Mon Davs and thursdays 50< a month Carl f. Bass optometrist phone ass hours 9 to 5 j examination by appointment i 501 1. Huntington Arcadia or. T. H Smith Kem is i mown 9 to 6 a phone 2680 t by appointment 671 Xiv. Duarte re. Arcadia i Al line jus printing a specially John f. Houlihan i a perils a venetian blinds t Obol ring it e. Ill in in Gion drive Phi one sit or 79s office 28 i a phone a lies. 2491 or. Bruce f. Sims physician surgeon Osteopath i office hours 10-12. 2-5 evening 7-9, Mon. Amp Fri. J i no. 7 vre Ade bldg. Arcadia 11 George h. Stevens watchmaker watches clocks and Dir mods watch clock and jew Clr repairing 678 w. Duarte Arcadia hours 9 to 5 phone 483 evenings by appointment or. E. W. Bellinger dentist be. T i i Lane Arcade rid. E. Humi Oil Arcadia to Raj in we fit feet rred 502 s. Myrtle ave mud of or f hoes Monrovia Calif. Orth Opidi get a a Ray Hoe Ritt tvs we can order any make of shoe to fit your foot prompt and economical financing on How a Loans greater Arcadia by i Luing loan association 118 East Huntington or. Tei tuft on f. 4r my and lad is tailor cleaning and alter i6op� St cab 3 j f 3rrv pres g. Vav. Strauser 148 e. Huntington div. Phone s2i Giess Badio Sale amp a to years experience 379 West Norman Arcadia phone 4rcadia 605 la Metley a Cha tiers Pun moods of Watt a turn Blin. I bubbling go Ilia. Spouting \ i a so in splashing trickling rolling rippling dripping id angry smooth rough scram a it a of i make add Jelm ves for poets. Lor the Amateur a vital any poetry in his soul whatever they make themes for Beautiful pictures and the subject of a d rightful picture Hobby. We know of one Amateur photographer who used his camera to picture the grand Circle water makes in its journey from land to sea to the Clouds and Back to the land again. This picture epic of water began with a photograph of a tiny Woodland Spring then pictures of a Rivulet a Brook a River a mightier River with its waterfalls and cataracts the Hay through which it flowed into the Ocean the Ocean itself a Cloud and Sunbeam picture Over the Ocean thus picturing water being caught up for its return journey and finally rain. This idea far from exhausts the possibilities of poetic water pictures. Especially when human interest is added. The Majestic sweep of water Over Niagara Falls is a poem in itself but a honeymooning pair in the foreground adds Romance. A fair swimmer in Clear water on which Sunshine is shimmering creates a poetic pattern of life and Light. A pseudo Moonlight picture Over a Placid Lake of a youth and a maid in a Canoe a shot into the setting Sun with a Small Lens opening gives a poetic mood to a the Veics May be illustrated a where the breaking wares dash High on a St. In and Roc bound c ast Quot is a pm Ace for photographs of one of water s most inspiring moods and then from the hilltops a there is not in the wide world a Valley so Sweet As that Vale in whose bosom the Bright Waters endless arc your opportunities for making delightful photographs of water scenes. But there a a trick to successful water photography. Its largely a matter of shooting so that the pictured water has the right a a feel or texture. For example ifs possible to shoot Spray too fast so that it has a hard a Brittle look thereby losing its essential sense of movement. On the other hand rippling water should be shot fast enough so that the Ripples Are distinct each with its own highlights. J another Point is lighting. Choose the Angle that gives you the maximum a texture a the characteristic interplay of Light and Shade. No one can Tell you exactly How to go about this a Little experimenting will Tell you better than volumes of words. But keep this in mind. Any fair sized body of water reflects a lot of Light. Your exposures therefore can be faster or preferably your Quot Stop smaller than for a comparable summer landscape. John Van Guilder dependable a duality work a York called for and delivered. 227 North first ave. Arcadia Arcadia a or Jack Baldwin. Prop. Phone 2444 let us explain mar Fah lubrication to you s. V. Schermerhorn Agency general insurance a real estate a notary 146 East Huntington or. Phone 54 crucial Battle to be played Nite Loop �2x4. Ian vyvifi1 m it a amp be me 8 Mir. Co. Of Keele amp Vinu gaffers amp saltier Tappan Gas ranges ref Liberal ors Pittsburgh paints window Shade venetian blinds linoleum phones. 2558 or 619 125 e. R. C. A. R?.jios Simmons bed and Springs rugs a broadloom carpet Wall paper awnings antiunion drive 1220 s. Baldwin Ivy Avenue grounds when the Pierce beverage company of Arcadia tangle with the Southern counties Gas company at 7 30 of clock. The Winner of this game will become eligible to face the Monrovia merchants for the second half town. A win in this Plav off tussle billed Lor Friday night for the merchants would eliminate the championship playoff As the merchants copped the first half title in easy fashion. For Pierce beverage company tonight big Art Austin Home run Joe Paloska h Ling twirler will do the pitching nth Carl Midkiff Ace Speedball tit i singing for the Gasmen. The Southern counties Gas company Are the defending champions in the ii .1 Loop winning the Cham a ship a year ago after a playoff with blocks clothiers. Tomorrow night the Junior chamber of Commerce will Cross Oats with Block s aggregation with he curtain dropping on the second half on wednesday night with the Monrovia merchants clashing with he c Ellar occupying san Gabriel dam no i outfit. On thursday evening the Monrovia Kiwa Jais club is staging a i Benefit affair which will find the Monrovia merchants running up against Tony a cafe of los Angeles Kingpins of the league being played Oil on the Sawtelle playgrounds. Loyola Gridiron prospects Are outlined today Loyola University s varsity foot Bill team will Haw to look to the Ashmen sir id of last fall for a to of its strength this season became 14 letter men almost All of Tiem regulars were iou by graduation last june. However. Coach i web will have m returning Letterman together with a a v n a f. Hun in squad Tai p ot1 137 varsity eleven. I web will also have two promising transit. Boti of who showed prospects of be Coom v first string material. The Are j Lek i yens 185-Pound fullback it u. Who played one year of freshmen Bell at the University i o soothe n California Hollis Duke 17s-Pourd fullback from Tulsa University of he fourteen Letterman lost by a Cadua on coach i web must develop material to fill the places of by r vier three year varsity Center Einar Klausen regular right lard for the past two years Sida meter and Jack Dempsey both right tackles for the past three years and babe a Agamenoni Veteran right end. On the left Side of the line Leo key. Who split the time with the goal kicking artist George . Last season and Steve Thomas. Left tackle who has been forced to withdraw from school to go to Wark. It ave. But one position to be filled by a Veteran of the past two i \ Rara and that is Tom Wilson senior left end. The whal. Sale graduation from the backs a id taking three quarterbacks namely Jar i a Bozo to Milt Adams and Max Parrish is the most severity hit position. At left half the graduation of Billy Byrne i now in 1 Frt. Hmm coach will be a great to 1 he fullbacks Dom nicer in. And Ray Briese Are gone 1 As Well a Jar h Oley reliable Blocker pint r and Pas receiver at right half tee ther with Eddie race and Jim Kelly. With these men missing there is an excellent Chance for j a fast freshmen Backfield to see plenty of action next fall. For his returning men coach Lieb has Oil Scott senior from 1 Fairfax his returning to Center j with Fred Katsfey a 200 Pounder and George Mcneil Bob Toombs coming up from the freshman squad. At right guard Saul hat Nell picked last season on the jews h All american eleven Stan Peterlin and George lord from the 136 varsity with chem Cassidy. 190 Pound freshman from Santa Barbara. At the right end will be George schneiders a senior returning together with Johnny polish and Bob Huston from the varsity of last year. John Mcfadden from Torrance. And Pete Torreano from Lincoln High will be replacements from the 1933 fro h. Returning at left guard will be George Ratkovich. Senior together with Tony Natale Dick Grace Paul Gligo and Andy Abels. In and j edition Lieb will have Bill Haggerty i from poly High coming up from the 1936 Frosh squad. At left tackle j Bill Magee a senior who played the greatest number of minutes of any Man on the squad last year will return. For support will be big Bob link of Black Foxe and Bob Zwank from 1936 Frosh. Tom Wilson and Don Schulte seniors with Carl Hovland Junior will return for left end. Frosh replacements will be Ernie Rohn strand and John Swanson both freshmen basketball players and Jonh Mccarthy. The Backfield prospects for 1937 will contain Many freshmen. Re-200-Po and quarterback ineligible turning at quarterback Jim Rinaldi last year. He is the most experienc r Arcadia sports Detton Lutze re matched in Pasadena bowl i Chi Back where they put on a gloat Mach la St monday night will come Dean Detton and Nick Lutze to Pasadena Arena tonight to headline a program of re matches arranged by promoter Cohan in answer to popular demand for the third Man in the racing ring Cohan has signed Don Mcdonald generally rated As one of the Best wrestling referees in the country. Last week this pair battled to an indecisive conclusion when Dean took the first fall and the second was stopped by the one hour time limit with Lutze leading at the moment. This time announced Morrie. The bout will be to a finish so that Lutze has More Chance to Down the former Champion. However Detton at the olympic this week demonstrated he is Strong championship calibre so the / handsome former life guard Lutze May be in for a rough evening. P. Id boy Baxter who is getting a reputation As one of the a meanest men on the coast end who met buddy o Brien last monday is due to mix this time with Hardy Krlis Kamp the popular for in e r football Star. This one also is for three Falls with 85 minute time limit. Babe 2a a has will meet Moron Cox also a former life guard in the special event one fall or 33 minutes. Babe is earning the name of a the crying greek but lie can d ii out plenty of punishment. Pat Meehan popular not w York Dishman tackles another Nasty Man in Dick lever from Tennessee in the curtain Raiser which will be also one fall or 30 minutes. De Man returning and together with Wolf Hughes a Sophomore last year will be the Only two men who have played in that position on the varsity. From the Frosh will come Eddie Hartnek a Good plaster and Blocker and Al Degaet Ano from Black Foxe 190-pounds fast and an excellent Blocker. At left half will be the later Jawed Harry Acquarelli a senior and the most promising Ball Carrier on the squad. He also has punting and passing ability and will carry the Burden in that respect. Another Man from last years squad Valter Mcgowen. Sophomore in 1936, is counted upon for a lot of help. From the Frosh comes Tonty Delellis hard running shifty halfback from Loyola High school and George Sims coloured sensation from Santa Monica. Frank Lukowski returns at right half with Paul Sargent of last years varsity. Max Lama Tina of Pio Nono Captain of Jack Bouchard s St. Catherine steam in Wisconsin when he played High school Ball there in 1935. Returning at fullback will be Henry Sartoris and jumbo Jim Colee. Both of whom Are outstanding blockers and passers with Speed enough to play any position in the Backfield. From the Frosh comes Al Reader 180-Pound punter and passer from Bell High school and Paul Lauermann brother of Bill Lauermann former Loyola Captain. Nite Ball league standings second round Trojan gridded train during y summer months Vav. L. Pct Pierce beverage co. 5 i .833 trovia merchants 5 i .833 Southern counts s Givs 5 i .833 Junior c. Of c. 3 3 .900 m. So o rovers 4 3 471 Monrovia rotary 3 4 .429 blocks clothiers i 5 .167 san Gabriel dam no. I 0 6 too if you have any news of your Community Send it to the Tribune Friday nights results m. In o. Rovers 12 Monrovia rotary 5 tonight s game fierce beverage company is Southern counties Gas company. Last inning hit brings win to arcadians Roy Deutsch of Temple Lity Pitcher to perform Tor the Arcadia merchants sunday afternoon in a game staged on the City Park Diamond won his of Ball game in the last of the ninth when a cracked out a single with the bases loaded to give the Home guards a 6-5 decision Over the col Ourn brokers of los Angeles. The score was knotted at 5-5 when the arcadians came to Bat for Che last time. Battling tooth and Nail the locals clogged the bases Deutsch coming to the plate. Picking out a delivery to his liking Deutsch settled the Ding Dong cattle with his timely blow. Leroy Zimmerman and Buzz Smith also saw on the Mound against the brokers whose lineup is studded with experienced old timers. The game was scheduled by the Southern California baseball association. New Pasadena Arena to be constructed construction of a new sports Arena for Pasadena or immediate Vicinity to Cost approximately $100,-000 and have a capacity of More than 2500, will be started in the near future and completed by the first of the year it was announced today by Morrie Cohan Crown City wrestling and boxing promoter. Confirming rumours that such a Structure Long discussed is soon to became an actuality Cohan today declined to name his backers but alerts that 18 or 20 wealthy Pasadena is Are interested in the project and will take care of its financing definite location has not been decided with several Sites under option. The promoter declared. It May not be inside the City limits of Pasadena he says but if not will be immediately adjacent there to. The contemplated sports Center will care for Many different pastimes according to the plans. It will House Cohan a wrestling shows now conducted at Pasadena Arena on South fair Oaks and Arlington Street. It will also House boxing shows Badminton basketball and will have a floor Large enough for dances and similar entertainment and for indoor Tennis. Cohan says from Labouring on ranches and in Oil Fields to playing extra parts in pictures University of Southern California football players been industriously engaging in the Good o d Ummer pastime of scraping together a stake for the coming school term and getting in shape for the approaching Gridiron to i son. Here Are some of the summer jobs of the trojans a it halfback Mickey a ticker lion cd liter Alex Atanasoff and halfback Wayne Hoffman state Park work in Richardson Grove on the Redwood Highway. Fullback Dick Berryman working in an Oil Plant in i Ong Beach Miles Norton Oil Fields of Santa be Springs end Bill Coleman office work in an Oil company Plant in los Angeles guard Lorin knowl-011 Oil Field labourer at Taft. Quarterback Oliver Day and fullback Roy Englee Cement construction Crew Man in san Diego. Halfback Joe Shell wielder of an acetylene Torch for a welding company in san Diego. Center Don Doyle driving a bus at Catalina Island. Guard Earl Haas driving an ice truck in Canton Ollie. Guard Ray Halvorsen driving Back to Wisconsin to visit his scandinavian ancestors. A tackle Ray George halfback Boyd Morgan and quarterback Henry Sasaki wrestling with melons in Imperial Valley. Fullback Glen Galvin tackle Phil Caspar halfback Owen Hansen end Gene Hibbs tackle Don Mcneil pullback Angie Peccianti guard Bill Radovich halfback Beans Russell end Ralph Stanley Center Tonelli and end Ray Wehba a extra work in the movies. Captain Chuck Williams halfback Nick Pappas and Doyle Nave and tackle Bob Bob fishery summer school. Guard Ray Brosseau recovering from an appendectomy. Halfback Coye Dunn convalescing after a Long siege of typhoid fever. Quarterback Don Keller resting up after a knee operation. Tackle Kenneth carpenters touring Europe with his discus As a member of an american track team. Tackle Jim Crowthers clerk in a Santa Ana store. Fullback Bill gangster end Jim Slatter and running guard John Thomassino office work end Bil Fisk labor Crew at Santa Anita race track. Fullback Jimmy Jones Straw Boss for a local construction company. End Bob Winslow Mechanic in a Glass company Plant. Tackle Bob Reid and Center Jack Robinsons ranching. Guard Harry Smith working in an Orange Grove. Quarterback Ambrose be hinder Counselor in a Catalina Island summer Camp for boys. F. That architectural plans Are now being completed. The new Arena will add a big House for boxing shows of importance and Cohan declares he is just completing a Deal with suey Welch of the olympic auditorium los Angeles to present the same sort of ring fights at the new Pasadena auditorium that Are now Given at the olympic by Ham Fisher fees i Quot eee to acquaint our friends in Arcadia \. To the Quality o our e cleaning and Laundr serv e we Are offering. Or., Blanket ii shed free with each $1 order All work insured. We operate our own cleaning Plant and latino we feature the following quid to. Wire a dry craving la1 dry a a . Prompt delivery . A Low Cash end carry prices. Your fun Quot be wet be apart cd at to z Quot in a 9 vim Dill. Rell to Crough Tuy ropes but he 3 Back it a the Rino now and a own caught o of Low. Paloska is he St. He backs a x band no i i pain thl to foul Rule says he can to quit you know he s Back Pedalino As Dill rushes pm. 18 n. First ave Lead in qual to and or be phone a it Utt Tali Chi Vamp Gutu there s the Bell that round was a Honey it s pretty even x think a look at Walsh the Guy looks like he s havin a nervous break Down. Haw Haw. My a be he 1 a who an

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