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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1921)
TIIUIIHDAY, JUNK 2, 111'Jl
RALD SPORTING PAGE
hal cochran, l
A MCI J ltOHK,
nml inmiy othrr fenturo writer
CAPJP SMASHES HOPES OF THE
JACK TRIES RASSLING; LANDS
FLAT ON BACK!
' Jnwnl .
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Tim children of tin; Klamath Falls
pulilli' Ni'linolH will meet In iin open
ntlilutic content at Modoc I'urk on
. Friday, Junn .1, to tompoto for nlli-
, lotlc prims under three different clan-
Hlflctillons Itoyn whose ngon nro 12
' yi'iini or under, urn listed In Tout 1 ;
from IS to IT. yenr. Test 2; and Tent
3 In for boys of lilcli school oro. Tor
girls, Tent 1 takes In tlm elementary
' grade; Ti'Ht - toen tlm older clans,
. wlillo a few of tho latter elars would
he eligible for Tout 3
I Weight In ii fiictor In tlm clnsnei;
uun iv iuiiiiiin wi mmii-i "
C'lufi 1; 70 to !I0 pounds. Class 2.
nnd nil who aro 100 pouiiiIh or morn
nn listed under Claps 3
TIki purpoio of the moot Ik to lmlld
up tlio iiinfH of tlm children rather
than thu Individual, and to thU end,
II. . .Ilr,.f.f,.r .if ln fifffllf- llflVn ftl-
i-...i Mmi- ,.v..i. khpIi' booster nay. ko big hero. What In
n. ....mm: in. exorcises on thu por-l"" PluroT Talk It over and let
..in i ...., i,ii,. i,rn..,l hnillthopaperHhearahoutlt. IJorrjH. Med
standing jump; dashes from CO io ''' Insmulr. Yroka Weed and
220 yards; Indian cluh, potatoo m
Tlio fann havo heen talking over
the possibilities of IntcrestlriK th
managers of tlio City League to form
a Oily 1'iiRUO town team, represen
tative of every, cluh In tho ansocla
Hon, and playing some of tho ncarhy
cities, within a limited distance, who
Beem to want to take a fall out of tho
local. Thin cluh will ho controlled hy
tlm inunugorB of tho Lcaguo and tho
finances derived go Into tho coffers
of tho association.
Ilooiters of this plan nay that
thcro would ho no conflicting with
the city schedulo and that thin city
would Rot a lot of Reed ndvcrtlalnR
out of It There. Is nomo exceptional
talent Included In tho I.caRue and n
ncrappy, poppy town Jeam would, tho
' flrants Pass aro Interented.
AlILN IIKMI'HI.V WASN'T 1'ICI UTINti Hi: WAS HITHER PICKING
IM.ACIir.ri. WOKKINtl IN A .MINI.', Oil HIKING.
Andy Miilloy held no inallro to
ward Jack Dumpsey became tlm hit-
After thin hattlii Jack hoofed It to
res, balancing and banket hall throw
Ing conteMtn, which will develop every
child entered, hoy or girl.
Prlies of whit", red and hlue rib
honn will ho awarded tlm victors of
the eUMits and tho mien for tho vn
rloun eventn will ho found In the
"Athletic IIiuIro , Tests" ami tho
"Practical Hecreatlon Manual frr
Schools." Grand honors will ho
nwarded for tlm number of point
won by any pupil In ench claim, sec
ond Rrnnd honors for next highest
nnd third Rrnnd honors for tho nnxt
ler had knorked him out ltulher.,lm pitkor.
ii.iw u brlKhl future for the husky Tho Dempney family had moved
lu,er. and nrrunK.il u match for !" "."" "ma ;Si,U ,'"k" ?"
him with lien I'urrlsh at Olatlm,
un..... ll.iMtiKiiu nrrlvml rn.iill In
put on tlm mitts. Parrlsh suddenly ' o rtnrlly Rrahhed n rattler and beat
had a ehnnKo of mini!. He RiH'ed lm ll "'"n,-
Suit Lake and thin to Sllvnrliin 40 Tho contests stnrt at 10 o'clock and
last all day. with no iidiulsslon char
Ben. Wilmington. O . has a Rlrl fire
truck drhcr who answers nil calls
miles an - to uiiriiri' In another
battle Then he icturned to Montrose
and worl.ed on n farm ns a pcadi
Jack had n hnbll of runnliiR back
I lioine, niiry now and then, to stick
m hi feet under tlm old family tnble
wouldn't flRhl bnt he'd take Jack'
on In a wrestling match
Halt iJiko. at this time, was quite
a centor of fistic iIoIiirs. Hompsey ills
promptly with tho other flremon
To hear tho boosters of the Jowols
and the IMumhobs talk, tho "outsid
ers" -yonder where the Kwaunas and
Copcos went to since Sunday. Whore
Is tho press nRent of those two
It Is said that tho Copcos aro plan
ning a surprise on tho next team they
play with and all their players will
hit nlcn Tornedo batn to use. This
bat has nil electric lamp on the end
to locnto the elusjve horschlde no It
Is delivered by the oppcslnc pitcher
It Is hinted to that the Copcos aro
going to write the hall manufactur
ers to havo steel placed In tho balls so
that tho now maRnets recently ac
quired will draw tho balls over to
their hats. Wpw-wow
v;h.ght f light
on in ll wresiiuiK maun. ... ;,,,., .... 11....1-
Then, was llttlo or nothli.R j,K. , coered this an, drifted Into Hardy
linn In Jack's jeans at the lllmo 1.11.I . """"X uU,lu,,c clul,,l' . . nmm
.. ..- I .r . Ihn ...lit ' llCr WiTH WJiTai UUUin "h
"wi'nyhmtoplu-iisonleodd ires, and af.er eyeing a few Jack
1..1. , asked permission to step Into the
Wn-KllliiK Career Kniln
arena with some bird.
v ... ...... . IaI Impu lrnn
He recalls that he was about lis ";vi.ey u.r. ,.., ""-"--"
much at horn, on a wrestllnr canvas" him. ono at n t me. -"' k"ock
nil. iirxL fino imii 111 tinu ...... 11a ..
ua n JuiirIo tlRer In front of a fire
place. It took I'arrlih Just IS min
utes to flop him tho first tlmo and a
lot less tho HCCOlld tlmo Jack drew
down $10, hut decided that a boxer (
hail no buslneiH In the wrestling
Dempsoy's next trip was to Crip
ple Creek. Colo., via frelRht. He
wns matched to battle with (loorRe
Copelln. Many minora turned out for
tho bout and Copelln, being fairly
well known as 11 battler, looked 11
Jnck surprised tlm crowd by putt
Ihr over tlm sleep punch In tho bov
Heveral smaller bouts turned up
hero and thro, hut thuy paid but llt
tlo. Jack worked as n miner In be
Tho ndxt ron! bout was staged at
DuraiiRo, Colo,, vllh Andy JInlloy It
wna 11 20-rouml nffalr and ended In n
then repeated It on tho necond
Downey was much Impressed with
tho newcomer h nullity, lie offered
Jack n nice medal.
"Nix!" Bald Jack. "Come through
with some colli."'
Ailor much argument he got $2 50
I.2!i per IC. O.l
Thoro wero many other flghtors
who hung around this club nnd
Dompsoy was a regulnr customer for
ti long tlmo afterwards, Ho got a lot
of training through mixing with
heavy welghtH and mlddlo weights,
and wns finally mutched to meet tlio
star of thu cluh.
Then Dempsoy got the Httrprlso of
nln flstlo enreor!
(In tlio next htory IVm-oy pulls
ilown $li."V for 11 defeat. " ilrmv nml
knockout, all ttltli the wuno hcmi.
Tho I'lumbobs nro happy now for
they havo found out who that rod
toppod young man Is on first base for
tho Jowols. They say It Is tho "human
crab." Hut IiIb crabbing Is reul base
ball stuff, first class.
"Whoro, oh whero, did llttlo Kin
math Falls Mlnho' go last Sunday?"
Answer from tho bleachers: "Out
Into tho briiBh to got a now willow
for tho roal llabo wired for tho Btlck
that ho loaned Nool n weok iiro."
Callaghnn says that Dad Crawford
Is gottlng fastor than ho was when
ho saw him last In tho Coos liny
Loaguo. Hut Crawford did not say
whoro ho saw Callaghnn "last."
Actual moasuromont of tho clrclo
Jackie Kayoes Georges
nitlTISH SCUAPPKHS FLOCKED TO PARIS TO JIEET CArtPEN
TI R. A8 THE FHENCH STAR WAS HOPPINO FROM ONE DIVISION
TO ANOTHER AS HE TOOK ON WEIOHT, &D OEOIIOES KNOCKED
EM OFF AS FAST AS THEY CAME.
star, In 10 rounds followed. And In
'the nVcantlmo Georges knocked out
Jim Campbell In G frames and bat-
Hy HAIj COCHRAN
' CHAPTER 111
on tno soconu meeuns i tlcd Jcan Andony to a 10-round
Carpontlor and Paul Til, thcro v-as Jraw ,
much speculation ns .to what -would flnIghel, tho featherweight
happen. Tho first scrap, over the careor GeorgCs was growing rnp-20-round
route, had been a draw. ,dIy nnd when h(j next gtCppej lnt0
This tlmo tho go was for 10. rounds. th() rng R wag M a ghtwoght.
Would Carpentler speed up. In tho E(J wa9 one of tno flrst bat.
shorter route? That's Just what bo tlm tQ conncct hIra , thlg
did. nnd won tho decision. cUss Ho connected, jn tho. 7th,
Ocorges wns fast taking on wo sht r0lna w,h CarpentIer.8 r)ght. and
and flirting with the feather d Ivl- wcnt d(y,Vn , hcaPi
slon. Just previous to graduating ,n thogo (,ayg Qcorge RnmInU was
ho disposed of PIckard and Lampln, stepp,nB omo , tne nrUgh pogI.
via the K. O. route and won
llstlc world. Ho was thought a flt-
A mighty rlBht to tho jaw, and tho lYcnch cl.ttmplon went dowrx Tor
the count. That was when he faced Jacklo CooRan, tho little movie hero
in "Peck's Had lloy," at the Frenchman's AVutihaiisct, L. In training camp.
foul from Young Warner. It was . . ,. fnir.hftir0ll
kho second tlmo ho had darkened Fr(mch gpced boy. a cIeanIne. nan.
mo lamps 01 inipm. rtB . Cnrneuter.a record and set
I Georges Tukcs lacing ga for ParIa t0 conquer.
I' Few- battles camo during the Two hcuts resulted. In the first
featherweight days. Ono of tho Randal! lost on & decision In 10
first was a setback, at tho hands of rounds and In tho second ho was
Duck Shfno ,an English fighter, knocked out In halt that time.
Carpontlcr took a good licking In Daniels Licked Again
8 rounds. ' Then Carpentlor drew a blank
Following In short order camo from ono of his own countrymen.
'nnqther defeat, when ho clashed Henri Plet had all the best of a 10
wlth Young Snowball, another Eng- round argument. This gavo Jack
llshman. Danlols, British flghtor, now heart
Paul Til, still a topnotcher, then una ho requested second go with
mndo a bid for a third match with rjcorges. Onco moro a 10-round go
Qcorges. Tho two fought to a draw found Danlols on the wrong end of
In 15 rounds. Fighting men whom n decision. '
ho had already clashed with, was England then bid onco more by
ono of tho best llttlo thing Carpon- endlng Young Nlppor across tho
tier did In tho early days. Ho -was p0nd to fight Carpentler. This Brit
always willing to glvo a man an- f.sher -was a tough bird and before
other chanco. ' tho flcht his chances looked mighty
Young Warner followed Til's at- Beod. Aftsr tho fight. It was a dlf-
tempted comback. Ho had lost to foront story. Carpentler got tho do
Ocorges, In tholr first mix, on acson In 8 frames.
around first base whero tho elongat
ed Ilrosslar measuro Just 4 feet.
What's tho Joko?
Young McCollum tho high school
aspirant for baseball honors will got
thorn If ho continues to put up tho
good game' ho docs now, In tho fu
ture Somo Plumbob admirer of this
team mato says that Thraahor Is cov
orlng ontlroly too much ground now.
Ho thinks that thcro Is a llttlo plot
loft ovor on tho west sldo of tho Cas
cades that Thrashor has forgotten.
Tho fans sure aro strong for tho
southpaw Foster. They say that ho
looks good to them hut not to get
too chesty for Cook Is somo slab
artist, too. Hut aro tho fans ovorlook
Ing any bets?
Is It truo that JlcGee Is now play-
Ing right Held with a bushel basket?
Tho City I.eaguo has cortalnly
boon attracting attention In tho sou
thern part of this state, for already
tho thriving llttlo city of Weed Is de-
Blrous of crossing bats with tho local
foul, and contended another bat
tle would sco him winner. Carpen-
Georges thon moved Into the wol
terwelght class nnd won throo
tier was willing and tho two Jour- straight 10-round bouts from Jaclc
noyed to Cambral for a 10-round J Meeklns, Sid Stagg and Geo. Col
go. In tho soventh frame tho ques- bourne, all Englishmen.
Hon of superiority was settled Ho then was inatchod to meet his;
when Warner was knocked Into 'first American ODnonont. ,
1 - -
Wins over l'orcy Wllscn In 10
rounds; Geo. Galllard, In 6 rounds;
(In the next story CanKintlci1,
wins tlm welterweight crown ot
Cuny, In 8 rounds Jack Daniels In Franco and make Ills first trip
10 rounds and Domlen, a Belgian to London.)
Tho best evidence that tho City
Leaguo Is appreciated will bo the size
of tho crowd Sunday and the gate
rocolpts also. Tho boys havo not lift
ed tho debt yet, and If baseball Is to
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thrive give the boys a lift. Turn out;
and attend tho games.
Word has come that Grunts Past
wants to tako the measuro ot tho lo
cal! ball team providing that tho lo
cals will lot thorn have tho chanco
soon. It Is said that such a game
would attract lots of peoplo here and
give the fans a chanco to hold many
ball toBsors Sunday, Juno C, If the
gamo can ho arranged. So eager are
they, thoy will come hero In a special
Southern Pacific train with all tho
town ot Weed. The City Leogue man
agers will discuss this gamo tomor
row ovenlng when th arrange thai
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