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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 29, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
WOMAN'S VOICE IN
G. 0. P. MEET
OUT TO GRU5H
Having purchased the grocery
business of Roberts & Whitmore
located at 8th & Main we will be
open for business the 2nd of Janu
ary and earnestly solicit your pat
ronage. We will endeavor to main
tain the same standard of BUSI
NESS, QUALITY and SERVICE
conducted by them. Give us a trial
that's all we ask.
SERVICE, QUALITY and COUR
TESY our motto.
HOUSTON md PHELPS
8th and Main Sts.
IT IT AGAIN
i OMAHA, Dec. 29. William Jen
nings Bryun will speak hero on Jan-
1 miry 12-on "The Attitude of the Dem
ocratic Tarty for 1920." Friends say
ho plana a several weeks' tour in
which he will discuss the League of
Nations, peuco treaty and other pos-
Blhle ihsues of the 1920 campaign.
NEW YORK, Dec. 29. Harry W.
Wnlker, who managed the campaigns
of William Jennings Bryan for
president, loft today for n tour of
New York and Now England, with
the announced purpose of interview
ing the old members of the Bryan!
leugues regarding the revitalizing of
thi-80 organizations. Martin H.
Glynn seems to bo favored as Hry-I
nn's running mate, according to Mr.
The last act In the (life of the fe
male cochineal Insect Is to lay a
largo number of eggs, upon which
her dead body rests, protecting them
from the burning rays of the sun
until the little ones emerge.
Silver from sea-water Is often
found deposited on the copper
sheathing of ships.
The basking shark of the Indian
Ocean frequently attains a length of
NEW YORK, Dec. 29. Although
the Intercollegiate football season of '
1920 Is still some nine month away,
tho prospects of a reccixl gridiron
season during tho coming year are
clearly Indicated by tho playing of
the Harvard-Oregon game at I'asa
(lent, California on New Year's Day
as part of tho Hose Carnival. In
mny recpects this contest Is tho most
unusual ever staged and tho lirefik
ing down of generation old football
traditions bears out the fact, dem
onstrated In the latest schedules,
that the sport will reach a pinnacle
next season never approached in the
I While there have been numerous
Intersectlonal football games in oth
er years and the playing of eastern
college elevens on Pacific Coast grid
irons is not unprecedented, tho ap
pearance of a team from one of the
Mriest and most famous of America's
universities In this rolo Is a decided
advance and recognition of the ever
Increasing scope of the autumn sport.
No championship Is at stake and the
cUlm is not made that the two
elevens are the best In their respect
ive sections. They were, however,
ranked high at the close of their
seasons and can be accepted as fully
representative elevens of the Atlan
tic and Pacific Coast type of play.
Oregon won Ave out of six games
played during the 1919 schedule and
was scored upon In three otliars.
Harvard took part in nftie games,
won eight and was tied by Princeton
In the other contest. Tho total scor
ing against the crimson consisted of
two field goals and one touchdown
mafia In Vio Vnln nrwl Princeton
I games. There Is no way in which
Uo obtain a line upon the respective
strength of Oregon and" Harvard,
even through the unsatisfactory
(method of cpmparatlve scores, for
jthe Institutions are so widely sepa
rated that a mutual opponent was
i out of the question.
In the few Atlantic vs. Pacific
Coast intercollegiate football games
played to date the advantage rests
with the Pacific institution elevens
In 1915 Washington defeated Brown
1 14 to 0. The following year Oregon
I defeated Pennsylvania by a similar
iscore. During 1916 Syracuse made
a tour of the far west defeating Oc
cidental college 35 to 0 and Oregon
Aggies 28 to 0. Previous to reach
ing the coast, Montana had tied the
, Syracuse combination in a 6-to-6
game. In 19J7 and 1919 Syracuse
played Nebraska, winning the first
game 10 to 9 and losing the second
j 3 to 0. These games constitute a
majority of the contests involving
far western trips by eastern colleges.
While Harvard has never made an
extended trip an intersectional game
is net an innovation for the crimson,
for Harvard and Michigan, to cite
TO THE PUBLIC
Having disposed of our gro
cery at 8th and Main Sts.
to Leo Houston and Law
rence Plielps, all of our fu
ture business after January
1st, 1920, will be conducted
at our 6tli and Main street
Woman's voice was heard in the
affairs of the Republican party
whn. the national committee at
Washington recently selected Chi
cago as tho placo for the 1920
presidential convention. Mary
Garrick Hay, chairman of the ex
ecutive committee of the woman's
party, took an active part in the
only f one case, have met In four.
games. In 1881 the Wolverines were1
defeated 4 to 0; in 1883, 3 to 0; in!
1885, 4 to 0, and in 1914 Harvard j
completed its quartet of victories by
winning to 0. i
Hanard had an easy schedule I
this year, and until the Princeton '
game on November 8 did not have to
extend itself. Crimson teams are i
developed physically through a sea
son with the idea of having them in '
condition to play their best against '
their old rivals of Yale. All other I
games are taken "in stride." A re-1
suit of this, combined with with an '
easy schedule, is that the Harvard
team is expected to pick up again
for the post-season contest much.i
easier than teams which have been j
tiained for several special games ini
a season of hard play. "Pooch"
Donovan, trainer of Crimson teams '
for many years, said before lie left
with the eleven for the ceast: "My
boys ought to be in top form by New
Year's. I don't think they have been
at the'r highest yet this year. I'll
bring them along, I'm sure ,and we'll
make California's milder climate
help instead of retard us."
Whether In open-field, running,.
where his ability to shift and dodge,
to change suddenly 'both pace and
direction, and to protect himself by
warding off opposing tacklers with
stiff straight arm, gave him gain aft-
er gain; in forward passing, where
he served both as thrower and re
ceiver, more often as the latter and
for considerable advances, Casey
proved himself one of the best backs
of the east for all time. Harvard's
principal weapon of attack, Casey
tied the game with Princeton and
won the game with Yale by receiv
ing forward passes and completing
them with elusive runs. In the con
test at Pasadena he will be playing
his last game under Crimson colors,
as his service in the navy will count
toward a degree.
The probable line-up follews:
NEW YEAR'S DINNER
Consomme en Tasse
Puree of Chestnuts, Croutons Souffle.
v Queen Olives Pin Money Pickles
Hearts of Celery
Jewel Special Fruit Salad
Filet of Halibut, Saute, Menniero
Klamath Turkey, Oyster Dressing
Roast Squab Chicken, Farcle
Milk Fed Veal, Cranberry Jelly
Fried Belgian Hare, Chasseur
Swee Potatoes, Rissole
Cauliflower Polonaise '
Hot Mince Pie
Holiday Pudding, Cider Sauce
Pumpkin Pie, Whipped Cream
Tea Coffee Milk
Desmond - L. E.
Brown L. G.
Havemeyer -.... C.
Woods K- G.
Kane - ' T-
Steele , g.
Murray Q B-
Humphrey .X...R. H. B.
Casey - L- H- B-
Horween - F- B-
Howard R- B-
wniinms R. T.
B. Leslie C.
Brandenburg " .
V. Jacobber L. H. B.
Huntington - F- B-
Age Height We'ght
24 6.00 200 1
20 6.04 135 I
18 6.00 198
20 6.01 175
22 6.02 ?lftl
19 6.01 185
22 6.00 l5
23 5.09 160
21 6.00 178
23 5.10 158
22 G.10 195
23 6.01 170
25 5.08 179
22 5. OS 1S5
20 6.01 1S6
24 6.02 198
24 6.02 172
23 6.02 170
24 6.02 ISO
25 5.08 175
23 5.07 170
26 5.09 175
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NOTICE OK SHERIFF'S SALI
In tho Cli-cuit Court 'of tho State of
Oregon, For the County of Klamath.
Gus Melhnse, Plaintiff, vs. Frank M.
Dayton, Defendant. j
No. 1101, Equity.
Notice is hereby given that, by
virtim nf nn oxecutlon and order of I
sale, duly Issued out of tho abovol
entitled court and cause ou mo .smi
day of- December, 1919, in favor of
tho nbovo named plaintiff and.
against tho abovo named defendant, i
directing tho bale of tho premises1
tin. ruin, mid hereinafter described, I
to satisfy tho sum of $1300.00, with
interest thereon from tho 19th day
of September, 1914, at tho rato of
7 por cent, per annum, $175 at
torney's fee, $17.20 costs, and dis
bursements, and accruing costs.
Now, therefore, by virtue of said
execution, and in compliance with
said writ, I have fully levied on
said premises mid will, on Tuesday,
January C, 1920, at 10 o'clock a. m.
of call! day, nt the front door of the
county court house, in tho City of
Klamath Falls, Klamath County,
State of Oregon, sell, at public
I auction, to tho highest bidder, for
I cash, all tho right, title and Interest
; of the above named defendant, in
and to the following desciibed real
property, situated in Klamath
County, State of Oregon, to wit:
i The SE,4 of section 25, Town-
ship 3S South of Range 11 & East
I of Willamette Meridian, except
a tract 74 by 86 Ms rods out of
'southwest part thereof,
or so much thereof as may be
necessary to satisfy said execution,
together with tho tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in anywjso
Tho proceeds of said sale will be
applied to the satisfaction of said
oxecutlon, order and decree In
terest, costs, and accruing costs,
and the overplus, If any there be,
paid into court to be further applied
ns by law directed.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
Decomber 2, 1919.
GKO. L. HUMPHREY, Sheriff,
By BURT E. HAWKINS, Deputy.
Try 'em. Herald Want Ada.
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