Daily Trojan, Vol. 47, No. 26, October 21, 1955
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Football Special FORNIA HERE WE COME — Yep, and i td the Golden Bear's dismay, a state-was never more true. For George Galli ind Orlando Ferrante, above, will be just two members of the giant Trojan line that this year's edition of the Bears will be up against this Saturday. This means only one thing, stormy weather for California. Golden Gate City Holds Thrills for Traveling Trojan Rooters By David C. Henley San Francisco is the city with the most distinctive per-iMlty of any place in our land. a luxury liner at dock against the United States. ^Buildings on the hill tops are its masts. Two great are the ropes which tie it to shore. - visitor there is on a trip ' This is America's Vienna otic, sophisticated, and g. The town never sleeps, re more people per square Francisco is only seven Across either way) and er booths per block than l *njr (it tier American city. H WVekend Tourist Forkhc weekend tourist, San mcb< is a mocca. Fine hotels, iperb food, beautiful panora-as, it I the largest Chinese set-ement t of the Orient are ,t the tourist's fingertips. Ut’j go on a quick tour of the ty Mi i its surrounding areas. ^B'rancisco is world-famous ritsh Aim u g the ‘'deluxe" •ml tni <t expensive) inns of the »wn li>' the Clift, Fairmont, l*rlc Hopkins, Sir Francis Wtelpahice, and the St\ Fran-kThe "Top of the Mark" on the 2i*i ft if tin Mark Hopkins • mu t f ir the San Francisco "toriSi is the massive lobby I *1 the nine or ten restaurants niP ot the Fairmont prossllu' street from the Mark. | Other Rood, hut more reason- | Alex- II iltsliire, Plaza, Stewart, find Whitcomb. Good Food aiicisco actually has no * when it comes to 'ontc of the nation’s best C hinese, and Ameii- . n.,r(1 I, nyinu »aiu jvmivmaj. and steak houses are I ..... ■ -------■ *.....—i« ! of fish in almost any way one would desire that it be cooked. Omar Khayyam's at Powell and O’Farrell Streets serves authentic Armenian dishes. The specialties include lamb, rice, and eggplant. Gourments of Cantonese food prefer Trader Vic’s. This restaurant has two locations, one in Oakland and the other in San Francisco. Its best foods are curries, spare ribs, steaks, chops, squab, and chicken from authentic Chinese ovens. Vanessi's at 498 Broadway serves excellent Italian food and has a Bohemian atmosphere. Cathay House at 718 California Street in the heart of Chinatown serves only Chinese food. Guests always like to amble through the Chinese kitchen uns Wharf has many tli serve numerous kinds No Classes Out Today—Hyink CIummw will not !>«• officially dismissed today. They will Ih* held at the discretion of the instructor only. “The administration lias not »e«n fit to dismiss Friday’s clause*,” Dean of Students Iter-nard L. Hyink said yesterday. ‘‘Attendance record is purely between tiie student and his instructor.” _ Head North SC Out to Live Up to Acclaim By Carl Strobel Daily Trojan Sports Kditor A fast, powerful Trojan team will be out to prove all the adjectives heaped on It by LA sportswrlter.s were well-deserved when it meets a luckless Golden Bear club ln Cali-* fornia Memorial Stadium tomorrow afternoon. The Trojans, who’s playing reaped such phrases as "greatest game In the Coliseum this year", and "compares with the powerhouses of the '30’s” as it smashed a tough Wisconsin team last week, are playing a game that could ba considered a breather, except for a few facts. Although Cal has won only one game, that against Pennsylvania, and had to rally to tie Washington State, any Cal team figures to be rough for SC._ The Bears haven’t beaten an SC team since Jess Hill toolc the helm of the Trojans In 1951. Think they wouldn't get a whale of a lot of satisfaction out of beating SC? Pressure on Pappy A win would also take the pressure off Cal Coach 'Lynn "Pappy" Waldorf, who is rumored on his way out because ol the team’s poor start this year. After the Bears dropped a 21-0 decision to Oregon last week, Pappy was hung and burned in effigy. The team itself has taken quite a tongue lashing from Bay Area scribes. According to reports, the writers say it played a completely uninspired second half against the Ducks and that the players lacked enthusiasm. The Cal paper, the Dally Californian, has said that the players should have been hung in the place of Waldorf’s effigy. Meanwhile the Trojans are worryng about who's going to back up left half Jon Arnett, a problem that was pressing last week but didn't become serious. Seems second stringer Ernie Zampese twisted his ankle a couple of weeks ago and is still limping. He’s therefore a rather' doubtful performer although he’s going north with the squad. Hill’s strategy was to add sophomore Don Kasten to the traveling team Just in case third stringer Fred Pierce doesn't click. Last week, right half Don Hickman was put into the spot to give Arnett a breather. Kubke Declared Non-Starter Center Karl Rubke, who had a shoulder injury deemed not too serious at first, will miss the game after later reports by the medical staff. Listed on the traveling squad Js another center, Marv Goux, who will undoubtedly be itching for more action after getting into his first game o' the year against Wisconsin. Goux turned in a brilliant performance despite the long layoff. The whole Trojan teamed seemed to find itself against the Badgers and turned in one of the finest SC offensive performances in the memories of locaJ fans. The scoring of 26 points in one half against a Wisconsin team probably set some kind of a record. As a result of the game, sophomore C. R. Roberts, who holds the highest rushing average among the regular players at 6.8 yards per carry, has apparently earned earned the starting berth at fullback. Rapidly improving on his defensive work and blocking, the powerful runner alternates at the spot with the more experienced Gordon Duvall. Right half Don Hickman was also being heralded as the result of beautiful playing in the Badger contest and has been labeled one of SC’s most unsung players. He’s rated third on the squad on of'ense and second, behind Arnett, on defense. Quarterbacks A-Plenty Hill also has three top quarterbacks on which to draw. Jim Contratto, Ells Kissinger, and Frank Hall. Contratto, who holds the starting slot in tomorrow’s game, suddenly discovered a running game against the Badgers and ranked up more yardage than he had all season long. Hall, who had previously seen only spotty action because of a shoulder injury, turned in a brilliant passing game and the Trojans started on several drives under his leadership. Particular attention will be focused on two Trojans labeled as potential All-Americans, halfback Arnett and guard Orlando Ferrante. Ferrante leads a line that is big and fast and well able to chop down enemy runners. But Cal has two men who are mighty handy when It comes to catching a football, ends Jim Carmicheal and Bob Ramseier. These two could give the Trojans the beginnings of a bad afternoon. But not only will the Trojans be battling the Bears, they’ll be fighting to uphold a reputation. The problem o' being publicized as good lies in the fact that people usually expect you to prove it. Anything short of a sensational performance tomorrow will be a letdown after the buildup they’ve been getting in the press this week. The Trojans will not only have to be good enough to beat Cal, but they will have to look like a championship team while doing it. The SC-Cal game will lie televised over KNXT, Channel Z, toimmorow at 2 o. ni.__ ¥ * ¥ Trojan Tremors Will Rock City Of Earthquakes San Francisco, the city with the reputation for earthquakes, will experience two more "tremors" tonight and tomorrow night. This was the prognostication of Rally Chairman LeRoy Barker yesterday when he described this I weekend's rallies that are to be J held at Union Square in downtown San Francisco. If Barker's predictions come | true, the staid city of Northern California should expect quite a j shaking these two evenings Last j year, the SC rooters and their "sympathizers" made such a ruckus in Union Square that San [ Francisco's police reserves were jailed out . The Trojans, after learning of their victory over Stanford, left j Union Square and proceded en ! masse to the lobby of nearby Sir | Francis Drake Hotel. Again, the police were summoned as enthusiastic revelers invaded the hotel’s lobby, cocktail lounges, and restaurants. Some persons, wanting to do something "extra,” took elevators j to the hotels 20th and 21st floors, j From rooms high alxive their j cheering friends below, they tos- 1 sed towels, sheets, bottles, and water glasses. Rally Chairman Barker doesn't , want any violence this year, lie , just wants "good, clean fun.” tin* Mill two top runmys should be an in- Inrnetincr raPP fnr thp l’PSl Of the nenem irom u, HAeirau saiu, nut i une ot the great qualities o! I are ijporqe T. feigelman as Arch- I M at the moment only when safely j the Tennessee Williams drama is | ie Kramer, Herb Roberts as Gon- | XT-CBS
|Title||Daily Trojan, Vol. 47, No. 26, October 21, 1955|
FORNIA HERE WE COME — Yep, and
i td the Golden Bear's dismay, a state-was never more true. For George Galli ind Orlando Ferrante, above, will be just
two members of the giant Trojan line that this year's edition of the Bears will be up against this Saturday. This means only one thing, stormy weather for California.
Golden Gate City Holds Thrills for Traveling Trojan Rooters
By David C. Henley
San Francisco is the city with the most distinctive per-iMlty of any place in our land.
a luxury liner at dock against the United States. ^Buildings on the hill tops are its masts. Two great are the ropes which tie it to shore.
- visitor there is on a trip '
This is America's Vienna otic, sophisticated, and g. The town never sleeps, re more people per square Francisco is only seven Across either way) and er booths per block than l *njr (it tier American city.
H WVekend Tourist Forkhc weekend tourist, San mcb< is a mocca. Fine hotels, iperb food, beautiful panora-as, it I the largest Chinese set-ement t of the Orient are ,t the tourist's fingertips.
Ut’j go on a quick tour of the ty Mi i its surrounding areas.
^B'rancisco is world-famous ritsh Aim u g the ‘'deluxe"