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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
TltVllflDAY JULY a, 18I
SI THE WORLD OF SPORTS SI
Tho nunnunrommil of I tin chango
In Un city Inngun gnme (rum two
ovou-luuing games to tino nlnn-lnn-Ing
contest linn been ruiulved very
favorably by tlm rim nml from (Iml
hand reports, ncumn In fll Ihn opinion
ot a majority However. Ilium went
n fow who liked to attend Uin double
headers ntntliiK Hint tlm variety offer
fid wan n purl of tlm splcn of llfn,
but no grout iiiiiotinl of opposition
met thn change
Onn of tlm funs expressed III opin
ion regarding Ihn liniig In Icrmn nn
follow; "Thn malingers linvn nt tint
taken n step whlrh In my opinion
will tmpruvn thn gainn greatly iml
hrlnit out a better crowd on ilumluys,
Thoro rn fnw people who enrn to
ll out In t tint pnrk until two' games
are played through and no cnnlunt In
ever tottlcd In seven Innings. Thn two
extra rotindn really brings out llio
qualities of ft pltchnr nnd nine tests
out tho mettle of thn plnycra behind
"Another factor, too, which In Im
portant and that In tho tlmn of thn
beginning of Ihn Rumen Hlarl onn
promptly at 1:30 o'clock In the after
noon and hy n qunrtor to four, tho
gaton In over and tbrrn In an oppor
tunity to "do something elsn In tho
aftnrnonn " Lois of ponplo llko to
Jutt wander around and vlilt with
other folkn be fori) supper nnd now
they can do II Thin clunKn meets
with my approval."
The players themselves hnvo wel
comed thn rhnngn nnd ntatn that tho
"off day" will bn inert liy them on
automobile nnd fishing trips. From
all ntatemenla mndo both by players
and fann, thn nlnn Inning gamo, Marl
ed early In thn afternoon on Sunday
reins lo fill thn bill
Burn in Training;
Starts Road Work
Jack Huron, local fighter, hns
tarted In training again and took
to tho road thin morning to Improve
hli wind. Hum liken thn altitude
hern nnd ntntcn that It In good to
train horo for It given him greater
endurancn when hn goos to n lower
llurnn li cry uuxlnut lo secure
another match boforo tho local fann
at ho feeln that ho ban received good
encouragement from thn locals In hi
Initial appciirnuce horn on tho Fourth
of July llurnn aaya ho will conllnuo
to train hero whether u ncrap In io
cured for him or not an ho Intoudi
to round out and try for matchen In
aeveral sporting ccntnrn on tho coast.
W. L Pet.
Copco 4 3 .571
Jowel 4 j ,r.7I
Ewauna 3 4 .-128
riumbob 3 4 .438
Knorr and Gorman
Put Up A Stiff
Fight at Redmond
Thn Hrilmond Spokesman of July
31, gives Itn rendem n description of
tliu Knorr-iliirmau no Hinged July ir.
nt tho Milwaukee smoker near Port
land nnd from tho writer's dcscrlp
Hon, thn go must linvn boon n whirl
Ilotli prlnclpatn mentioned In thin
go worn tried for tiy thn promoter
of tho Fourth of July ovontn ho re,
hut no fignomcnl wan reached In
tlmn for tho event. Hindi tho Fourth
of July however, a number of Klam
ath Kails sports havo discussed tlm
merlin of the two mon and hnvo ex
pressed a desire to nno them mntchod
hero. Thn Ileilmonil paper nnyn In
Uuffy Knoor, Tnrrohonnn bomr
who lout n decision to Kddlo (lorman
of Oakland, Cal., at n nmokor hold
Friday night, nt Mllwnuklc, plans to
return to 1'ortlnnd anrt defeat (lor-
man a well nn a number of others
In bin class, ho announced upon re
turning to Itodmond, Monday.
Hut ho plana to tdgn for no fights
In the Immediate future Ho Intend,
ho nald, lo npvnd hli tlmo In training
which, during tho flrnt yenr of hln
career an u boxer, hasbren rather
neglected while hn scored knockoutn
over ten local and Imported boy.
"Thoy fight fatter down thcrn than
they do In Central Oregon." Knorr
said. "Tho first round wan mlnn and
I boilovn I had I ho edgn on Gorman
In all tho other nxcept tho nlxth. I
weakened thero and lott tho decision.
II wan lack of training. I couldn't
fight an lone aB ho could."
Knorr nald tho battln wan hard and
font, and wan Immensely popular with
tho fann. After tho go, ho wan taken
from thn drejwlng room to a hotel
across tho street becauso fight fans,
seeking to get another look, wnro
hammering on tho dour and milling
around until It wan nen by managers
that smalt attention to tho main
fight wan being obtained.
That Knoor beat Oornian In tho
first flvo ruuns la tho opinion of Hil
ly Htcpp, nporl writer for Ihn Port
(Ir'OMXllHTH TO IHtll.l,
PltlNKVILLB. July 28. For tho
purpose of examining the fossilized
flora of tho district In which the llluo
Mountain Oil company will noon bo-
gin lo drill, Itlchard Russell of Berk
eley, Cal., and Dr. It W Chanoy of
lown City, la., nro In Crook county
They represent tho Carnoglo Institute
Popular IUmiucmI A Itoturu Kn
On With the Dance
Starring Miu) Murray nnd David
.Thin Fitzmaurlco production In
without a doubt onn of thn greatost
productlonn that haw over played a
return engagement In this city.
A (.'o-iinopolltaii Production
"Paying the Piper"
fj CORNS ITS
J Lift Right Off jfl
j J without Pain IqJ,
Magic! Drop a little "Frcczono"
on an aching corn, Instantly that rorn
ttopn hurting, then ahortly you lift
It right off with fingers. Doesn't hurt
Your druggist sella a tiny bottle of
'Frcczono" for a fow cents, sufficient
to romovo every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between tho loos, and cal-lusos.
Are You Prepared?
FLY-TIME IS HERE
We have a large stock of SCREEN
DOORS in three designs, to fit all '
regular door openings.
These doors are made of clear, kiln
dried, California white pine cov
ered with the best grade of rust
proof, galvanized wire, and put to
gether with hardwood wedge dow
els a patented process which
makes an exceedingly rigid door.
"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST"
BIG BASIN LUMBER CO.
"Everything to Build With"
Phone 107 Main & Spring Sts
It just as dollghttut -
An nor namo
And sho start tonight
AT THE LIHERTY
la "WHIMS THE DEVIL
A thrilling ntory
Of thn underworld
Lights and shadows.
And a smile bohlnd each tear
It's a tnuppy picture
And tho comedy
"THREE GOOD PALS"
It a scream
Mr. and Mrs. Duck
And friend Al
Aro tho pals
And thoy havo a "party"
And pull soma stunts
That nro now .
And qulto startling
And don't forgot
"THE IILAZINC- TIIAIL"
II. W. P.
For the Week-End
AH Desirable Merchandise and Very Reasonably
Priced. Spend a SmaJl Part of Your Time
Shopping Here. IT PAYS.
COOLKUT THKATRE IN TOWN
Formerly the Moadate
IIUO Main HU
AT liAHTS ITS 11 El IK. FIItftT ItUN.
A maaterly, oonslentlout, thor
oughly, artistic revival ot tho great
est lovo drama ot all ages.
A surpassing presentation ot this
tear compelling romance that has
mado all tho world smile and weep
for half n century. 8tagod In the
beautiful and historic Severn IMrer
Valloy. In "western England, whom
Mrs. Honry Wood laid tho scono
of her Inmortal romanco ot love.
hato and ambition, with greatest
cast of atngo history. NO RAISE IN
Show starts at 6:45 and 9:15.
Don't miss this picture It will
bring many fond momorlea to you.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
V Ha J
Warning! Unless you bco tho namo
'Oayor" on packngo or on tablets you
aro not getting genuine Aspirin pre
scrlbod by physicians for twontyone
years nnd provod safe by millions,
Tnko ABpIrln only at told In tho May
or packngo for Coldu, Headache,
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache,
Toothacho, Lumbago and for Pnln,
Hhndy tin boxoB ot tWolvo llnyor tab
lota of Aspirin cost fow cents. Drug
gists also sell largor pacxages. Aspir
in la the Irado mark ot Dayer Manu
facture ot Monoacetlcacldogter of Sal-Icyllcacld,
The Women's Fashion Center"
LARGE SIZE BATH TOW-
A good medium wolght Turkish Towel, for
mer valuo COc.
ALL NOVELTY VOIi.E RE
DUCED Entlrn stock of Summer Voiles at great ro
SUc Voiles, now ...... 39o
7fic Voiles, now 58c
$1 00 Vollct, ncrw' 69c
II 50 Voiles, now 11.16
WHITE WASH SKIRTS
Crepe, Plrjua and Crash wash skirts most
ly small sizes, former values 12.50 to 3.50.
WHITE VOILE WAISTS
Dalnlly trimmed In whito and colors, for
mer values $1.50 to $2.00,
In white and colors. Mado of finn Crisp
Swiss Organdie, former values $3.50.
All voilo dresses In stock to closo nt $6.95,
values to $16.95.
CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS
Flno Swiss ribbed slcovelcss union suits C
to 16, formor values to 76c.
NEW DRESS APRONS
Mado ot pretty stylo ginghams In latest
styles, exceptional value.
A good icrado gingham in Plaids, Checks and
Stripes, nlw) plain shades, formor valuo 25c.
In light and dark colors, strlpo, checks and
all over designs. Full 36 Inches wide.
36-IN. BLEACHED MUSLIN
A good soft finish Muslin, freo from dress
llWttlfl lit I
A heavy round thread Sheeting and In this
special sheet bIio 72x90, largo size 81x90, $1.29.
Formally sold for $2.00 and all puo silk.
CHILDREN'S WHITE HOSE
Fine ribbed lisle finish, all clres.
SUMMER UNDERWEAR RE
DUCED Including tho well-known. Kayscr mako Vest,
from 24c to 98c, Union Suits 69c to $1.98.
High grade, well mado Union Suits for
boys 6 to 16. ,
Mado ot good grade Oingham and Cham
bray, formerly sold tor $1.00.
BROKEN LINE OF CORSETS
ALL KHAKI GOODS
1 Except Trousers.
In plain niuo and Strips, also Khaki.
Small lot In Light Colors and excellent value.
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