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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
(SATURDAY, JUNH 11, 1M1
HERALD SPORTING PAGE
IIAIi COCHRAN, "
mid many other feature writer
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I'lumbobs 2 1 .OCfl
Hwauna 0 3 .000
Copco . f... 0 3 .000
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Nino full Innings aro scheduled
for thu fan Sunday afternoon at Mo
doc Park when tbo basobnll teams of
tlio Copco and Kuauna meet to do
cldo which shall remain In tho
"collar" with a gooso egg percentage,
tho winner to have a credit of .333
The Copco team says that It will
bo "shocking" tho way they toko
tho mill team Into camp. In fact, tho
soltlomcnt of thu gamo, to far aa
they aro concerned. Is all over, the
same In safely tucked In tbolr vest
pocket now. And tho team waves that
kind of a "red flag" right In the
faces of tho mill workers to their
Hut a stray reporter from tho Her
ald overheard a conversation regard
ing tho Sunday gamo and wanting to
bring glory unto himself, playod the
part of a Sherlock Holmes Jr., and
this was tho conversation passed be'
tween two Kwauna players:
"Allen Is on tho slab for tbo Cop
cos Sunday and whllo ho Is tboro with
a lot of stuff, still ho Is not a super
Athlete Pushes Way to Fame
MY MAX MAITIIAHAR m tnoro ro soverai nils in mo
iti irif kitv 1...... in 1...1 Frenchman' luto now. '
four weeks Mnoro and Jack lomni ' ' " mental strain undor
ey and Ocorgeii Carpcntlor will which " n his camp mate havo
strip for tho tltlo bout at Jfrsoy hnt somothlng untoward may Imp
ajty. ' Pen to tho Idol of Franco before tho
Yt It Is still Imposslblo to get . lmttlo
real lino on elthor at them ow- Tbo first Indication of this fooling
lag to tholr unusual methods of "" ,h oarrlcado of barbed wire
ork, I The excuse was given that Goorg-
A barbed wire fotice aurrounds " cannot tnd visitors.
the Frenchman In mystery four ,,ut what th8 ! reason Is may
tiara Ir a wnntr. nrnnnutv la anlnv not DO disclosed Until the challon
ainnr at an nnr I gor throws off his flossy dressing
i It'a hard ta "arm" thom aa Hah.' a"wn and steps to tho center of the
ring to race the black nrnuled
That Carpcntlor Is In tho better
physical condition there Is no deny
ing. Four daya aftor his arrival
lie appeared fit to mako tiltt trial
bamplonshlp fight after a fortnight
Mora of work.
How good ho Is with the gloves
it another question. I
A llttlo work with bis sparring
partnors was figured sufficient to
fit him In tho matter of Judging
distance and getting his punch key
ed up to tho proper pitch.
Hasy work for tho first two weak
and then Intonslvn training for tho
remaining period waa tbo supposed
Tho feeling of tenseness In the
Carpentlcr camp has been equaled
only by Its confidence
Thoro Is no concorn on that scoro.
From Carpcntlor down to the low
liest rubber tho feollng Is deep and
sincere that Dempsey will be shorn
lof his crown If not by a knockoit.
then on points.
Dempsey -will never catch Georg
es," tho hlrod hands say, "and our
man will be so smart and so fast
that wo feel auro that ho will find
lho American with bis hard out
punch under which no living mortal
can stand up." '
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This much can. bo said of Carpcn Carpcn
teor: Ho Is fit today speed, un
usual strength for a man of bis
pounds, good wind and an abund
anco of confldonco.
And ho won't grow stole, Dcs
camps will sco that ho doesn't.
Aa to Dempsey bo has been tak
ing things easy.
I.nck of aultablo sparring partners
Is ono reason. None ot them can
give him a real workout. '
Tbo big fellows aro too slow and
lumbering. Tho smaller onw aro
too light to benefit him much.
True, ho ahows great strength
with the big men. Ho handles them
like they wero children. Hut they
are far from being Carpcntlcrs.
In his boxing Dompaey Is using
a, let hand, shooting It Into tbo
stomuch and hooking It to the chin
with tho same movement.
His fault Is that bo "slings" bis
fist Into his opponent Instead of
punching with It straight.
Kvery time ho lota his fist go In
this .fashion he leaves himself open
to a straight right to tho chin. And
according to thoso who know the
Frenchman's stylo best, ho Is mas
ter of just such a short blow.
' So comparing tho two rlnr rlvnls
today Carpentlcr Is In better shape
man mo champion. Dut llttlo tnoro
Improvoipont can bo expected of
Dompsey. on tho contrary, has
ample tlmo to como along. Plenty
i wonc-wm bring him up to tho
highest notch of phyalcal perfection.
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RSSrtT)i5cTrniJ much trouble getting' lntoTNotre Pame 0tlege, ti
1919, bcauoof crowded daasej. Ho u Insistent mad flnany yn aan
mltted. -Now ha'a athloUo hero ml tbaoolUg. He. recently broke thj
world'a 440-yard .tow hurdle mark. Tb '-Junior s-ectd hlaa claaai
PhU Franchlnt, Brooklyn bantam,
prefers boxing to hla father's money.
His ambition Is to win thu bantam
UU and becomo a lawyer. He has
beaten Benny Valgar, Jack Sharkey
aa Abe Friedman.
miu. Zwtta Hills will try this summer to swim from bvr boni) at
rolkstone; BagUBd.'acrOM the Mulish Cbaanal to the French co.ist.
She la sbowa la her bathing Mill, and rope-jampuig to incronaB.lior
Of School Meet
Scores of tbo Individual iolnt win
ners In both tho boys' and girls'
clnBses of tho recent uthlotlc (pntest
by tho schools of this city Monday
hnvo boon prepared for publication
uy Superintendent Wells and Athletic
Tho thrcb highest point winners
rank, and tholr Bcoro is glvon below.
Initials are used to doslgnato schools,
as "p. n." fQr pelican Bay, "II" for
Class 1 Vm. Batoman, P. B 71 j
Hill Kuykondall, R 60; nollaud
Class 2 Loron Sharp, F. 104;
Oordon Smith, a, 80; Lolnnd Culll,
Class 3 nalph Turner, M 142:
'Vcrnor Christy, It., 114; Waltor
Tauksloy, M., 70.
Class 1 Zopha Rogers, C, B2;
l.otha Dodge. It., 40; Margaret Cura
mlngs, It,, and Horn Wanlo, O., tie,
with 40 points each.
Class 2 Florence Robin, C, 44;
Addlo Howen, R 4 3, anil Allco Owen,
man, not by a long shot. Now listen,
toll him Ho put 'cm over In Klamath
county somewhero within reach of
your bat and then smllo a llttlo.
Evcrytlme be puta ono over, ask hlra
If ho forgot his specs, and soon you
Will BAA him .AM1. Ih.I.( it. t.l.ln m
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that ball. Keep at htm'well, youwlll
get his goat, I know!"
"Aro you auro that it will work on
Allen? I bear that be Is steady as
clock work," said the second party.
"Will It workT I say It will and
when tho fans all stretch In tbo 7th
Inning, and begin to wake ud at.d
root a bit, that boy will be our meat.
But listen to this If bo does not
take tho 'rise,' why Just begin to pick
out somo of those straight balls be
slams ovor and plant It It somewhero
about ono mile this sldo or Crater
Lake. That will get him, as bo Is
proud ot his record no homers off
hla delivery this season."
That much ot tho deep laid plot tho
roportert heard but tho balance waa
lost as tbo managors of tho "homo
brew" league came along and took
their erring husbands back to tbo
Mreok's washing that was being sadly
neglected. The only way to find out
If tho "plot" worked Is to bo at Mo
doc Park Sunday at 2 p. m.
The Line-up Sunday,
Copcos vs. Ewaunas
Fans, lOOk thO teams nvor nml .on
If you aro not going to get a run for
your monoy tomorrow afternoon
when a finish fight begins at 2
o'clock at Modoc Park between tbo
Copccand Kwauna loams. How does
tbo lineup appear! Looks like a close)
game, doesn't It?
Coffman R. F. Cody
Werz, E. C. F. Carson
Wells L. F. Gerbmo
Klabn 3 B. ' Clark
Win, L. O. S. 8. IMlton
McClure 2. B. Bodenhammer
Norman I. B. Daggett
Mason C. Gerges
Allen P. Christy
Hilton Makes Good j
Showing With Oaks
Earl IDlton, local twlrler, who
signed up this spring with the Oak
land club In the Coast league, la back
from Vancouver and playing regu
larly with the Oaks. Hilton showed
up well In the game with Vernon
Thursday, although bo went In In the
fifth tuning after oil the damage waa
done. Vernon won, 9 to 2, but glean
ed but one tally, off Hilton. A dis
patch on tho game to a San Francisco
Young Hilton finished tho
gamo and did fairly well, all
things considered, but be went
to work too late, for the spoils
woro In long beforo bis arrival.
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