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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
MONDAY, AUOl'flT S, iMt.
i DP THE
Tho Knio at Modoc l'nrk yoster
day n'ftornoiin started oft with a
roiculnrlty In tlio retiring of tlia
players, "onn-two-throo ittyln" which
Indicated (lint thu funs worn iioIiir
to eo n clono ncoro mill hut few
runs mnilu liy either team. Hut
that wiih lit tho huKlnnliiK of tho
Hum p. Tho Jnwnlit Murtcd runnliiK
in it around tho himcH In hiinchuH
fruui thu fifth Inning on, and whim
tho tullles wore totaled up In tho
ninth InnliiK 10 runnorii had crossed
I ho homo pluto, and won tho Rnmo
fropi tho l'liuutiohn, who toll throo
nhorl of ImvInK tho mimo ncoro.
Walker, the now pitcher for tho
Jnwnlit, seemed Invlnclhlo for tho
I rut seven IiiiiIiikn of piny, ami
either struck out hln mnn or nl
liiwml only a nhorl hit, hut from tho
seventh on, tho I'lunilmlin fiithoiuuil
hln delivery, and In tho ninth Inn
ing nlinotit singed u "coino-lmck,"
scoring night rutin before holng ro-
tlrrd. Cook wan not up to usual
form yesterday nftirnoon, ami hail
It not linen for tha orrora of tho
I'lumbob uml tho hlln hy tho Jnw
el at tho right tlino, bo would havo
lout thin gamp.
Thin gamo now given tho Jowoln
Ihn leadorulilp of tho loaguo, and
Munagor I'onplnll In determined that
hln club will rnntlnuo to hold tbat
place. Onn of tho Jewels' stand
liyn, KlrM-Hsni-ninn Hrlntow, played
hln Innt game In tho city lougiti), apd
made a homo run, to colohrato tho
occasion right, ,
The gnmn Inntvd two hours and
25 mlnuton, and wiu umplri'd hy T.
II. Wat torn and II. .Montgomery. Hut
Intactory service wnn ri'iiilurcd by
All. It, II. I'O. A. K.
Clark, 3b C 2 2 0 1 I
Hhlnar, h 4 12 10 1
Croy, cf A 3 3 1 0 0
Hrlntow, lb ft 1 1 7 0 1
WulkiT, p G 0 111 8 0
Wlntvrbotl'm, rf t 1 1 1 0 0
J. Foster, -Mi .... fi 3 2 4 0 1
Hinlth, If ...421000
Dunlap,' c C 3 4 2 3 0
day on and .prnctlco for thin groat
ovont, A number of tha city loaguo
players nro mombern of tho Klks
horo nnil npnctatjrn will noo ono of
tho grnatont Muo games of tho your
next Holiday, soys both Walters mid
Nool, Tho local llnoiip will bo pro
piirnd for publication enrlr In tho
Total 4S 16 1? 27 13 4
All. II. II. I'O. A. K.
.McCollum, cf .... 4 1 1 0 0 1
Houston! 3b 4 2 0 14 2
Mnnnnrr. 2b . . 1' 1 0 3 2 1
Thrasher, c .. 4 2 I .1 0 0
Humphrey, ha . 4 t 1 1 3 3
Hanrtcrs. rf B 2 1 1 1 1
Dunlap; I'tumbobn, Cook and
Karn'cd runn Jewels 10, I'lum
To-baii hits Clark, Croy, J,
Foster., Rinltli, Dunlap, Wlnterliot
torn, Thrasher. Walker.
Threo-lmno hit Clark.
Home i run llrlsttrw.
Ilnno on errors Jewels 9, I'lum
bolm 4. '
Struck out Wulker 12, Cook G,
Doublo play Walker to Poster.
lilt by pitcher Monnner (2).
Tlmn of (lame 2 hours 25 lulu.
Umpires T. II. Waters, II. Mont
gomery. WiiIkIi, If 3 110 10
llri'snlnr, lb C 2 1 1 1 0 0
Cook, p ..- fi 1 2 8 C 1
W. L. Pet.
Jewel B 3 .025
Coptn 4 3 .571
I! wan n a 3 4 ,428
I'lumbob 3 C .375
Mnko (list Idln dollar work I Put
It In I ho bank.
MClM'OltD TII.S'MH IM,AYKIIH
ciirrrixn kkadv vtm match
Tolnl . . 3R 13 8 27 10 9
HCOUIS IIV INNINMS '
f . It.It.K.
Jewels ..00104442 1 10 17 4
riittubnbs 000000 23 8 13 8 0
llalterlen Jowclss Walker nnd
Elhs Will Tangle
Horns on Diamond;
X Ashland vs. K. F.
Honda)-, AiiKunt 1 1, nt Modoc purk,
tliuro will bo a biiNebnll flush hetweou
tliu'ntitlcrod trlhn from Anhliiuil nnd
tlio.lOnmutli hord of Klko which will
bo. a whirlwind contest from Inning
ono to nluo.
I)r. I'niil Noel will captain the local
liofil whllo T. II. Wntters will net an
niauuger nml major domo of tie
event. Dr. Nool Una been busy slnco
Saturday sizing up hln mnterlnl
union the local 121k lodge and foqU
that ho can find Jlabo Ituths, Alex
anders, mill MtGrawH In stiff Icleut
n u nil) or h tonffnot tiny AhIiIiiikI prodi
gies who appnar.
Antihunt lodge hoe long boon n
rival of the Klamath Knits Klks and
to ;b coino over hero nnd show
11118.110011 nchlng for an opportunity
tlio- local tribe up, In fact, their
chiillenKes huvo boon no froiiuont
lately thnt Klamath Klks docldod to
accept nnd Bend thorn homo mnui
.thoao horns which they liavo iisod so
frequently on tho local bunch regard
'fho Klamath bunch aro to don
tlioir.oiiltg.In tho.ovenlngs from Mon-
An idlmlnatlon tenuis tournament
was staged hero Haturilny evening
nnd Holiday morning for tho purpono
of neloctlng n Medford tennis team
to play Klamath Kails and Ashland
on Aug. 10th. A goodly number of
Medford tennis fans', many of whom
havo not played In years, aro enter
ed In the opanlng matches and much
rivalry Is expected. Medford MnlL-Tribune
TUf.H liAKII IIOMIMTKAD ITKMH
Mr. nnd Mrs. (Hick and family left
Tuesday for Ashland to visit Mrs.
(Hick's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Heav
er. Mrs, Maupln roturncd Wedncsdny
from a week's outing at Clear lako
Douglas llunicy returned from Kla
math Kails tho first of tho week.
i: va n Maupln loft Tuesday for
Meel nwnmp for mi Indofltilto stay
I'oIps for the electric lights nro
being put up along highway to Ma
lln. Another Improvement for the
Mrs. Joe Kotcra's sinter Is visiting
her from Portland.
Minn Whlppto wan visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. Klrkpatrlclr, stopping
here for a few days visit on her way
to Honolulu where she will teach
school next year.
Saturday afternoon, M. U. ltyck
man, state superintendent of hatch
orlos held a conference with mem
bers of the Klamath Hportsmons' an
itoclatloti In which ho said that
sheds and new troughs would bo
nddeil to tho equipment already nt
tho Cwwkcd Creek hatchery.
This means tho sportsmen of this
county aro to receive almost all
'they linked tho commlnnlon for and
to receive It ut once. In fact, work
on enlarging tho hutchory to doublo
Us present capacity In under way
now. This year 2,225,000 flub woro
hatched from tho spring run atono,
so with the added troughs It "will bo
nafo to nay that 4,000,000 spring
run eggs can bo hatched and plant
ed In the waters of Klamath county
without counting all of tho fall run
of eggs that will bo hatched at this
station nnd used In this county.
Counting 1,000,000 castorn broolg
eggs that will bo shipped In horo
this fall, and tho cntlmatcd tako of
rainbow eggs to bo taken In Octo
ber, moro than 4,000,000 eggs will
bo hatched at tho Crooked Crook
hatchery this year, nnd all plantod
In local wntors. '
A survey for a ditch to tap an
ununod spring 1,500 feet from the
hatchery wan run lant week, and
work on the ditch "will start at
once. Ilcnlden an attompt will bo
made to tup tho present springs
higher up on tho mountain side,
to Inereuno tho wnter supply. Tho
now troughs will bo placed under a
root on the outside of tho present
building and about two foot lower,
allowing tho ubo of wator from
nomo big springs that como from tho
mountain too low for use at present.
Tho troughs aro to bo placed with
tho view of shifting them to a now
building to be erected at a later
date, when tho finances of tho gamo
fund will warrant tho expenditure.
Itoqucst for a, now egg taking sta
tion at tho outlet of Diamond lako
and tho aboUshmont of tho prosont
titntlon wan granted, and material
has been sent to tiio lako for tho
construction of a now station and
troughs. Mr. Ityckman and John
Itnmndalo loft for thero today to
creel tho station.
Mr. Ityckman stated that In com
pliance with tho roqucst of tho
sportsmen, he hod arranged for the
uso of a pllo driver to construct
permanent rucks In Wood river and
Bovcn Mile crook. This should dou
ble tho ogg tako of tho county, as
In tho past tho racks In theno places
wcro moro or less mako-shirt, and
often washed ont during tho season.
This gives tho local association
about all It anked for except an ad
ditional gamo "warden, and tho com
mlnnlon advises that It has not tho
money on hand to grant that now.
To ovcrcomo this handicap several
of tho local nportsmen havo volun
teered to act an special wardens, be
lieving that tho fish and gamo aro
for all tho pcoplo, and that It Is
only by protection and prosecution
or tho gamo and fish hog this will
Along this Una It might bo well
to mention tho fact that the sago
ben In fast disappearing In this
county, duo to tho fact that a great
many hunters aro not observing tho
bag limit, but when they run Into
a covey tako all they can get In tho
faco of tho fact that It will only be
a few years whon, tho sport will
only bo a memory and tho younger
generation will be deprived of tbo
' Deer season will open Septembor
1st. Seo what you are shooting at
before you pull tho trigger, as a
great many lives aro lost annually
through hunters shooting at any
thing that moves In tho brush.
On August 1, 1.loyd Tucker wan In
stalled as superintendent of tho
hatchery. Supt. Tucker comes well
recommended as he was qulto suc
cessful In the Hood Ttlver district as
a trout hatcher. John Ilamsdall will
bo field supervisor and will attend
to the egg taking for the hatchery.
The fall Tun of tbo rainbow apawncrs
will soon begin and with tho addi
tional hatching troughs at tho Crook
ed Creole hatchery larger and more
successful run of flngcrllngs will re
sult noxt spring. Superintendent
Tucker has promised that tho output
of trout next year will will be greater
than at any time In tho past history
of tho hatchery.
Home mon Judgo by appearances,
but dotccttves Judge by disappearances.
Govt't Income Lower,
Expenses Are Norimd
WASHINGTON, Aug. 8. A,
shrlnkago In three months of S30t,
000,000 In tho estimated govern
ment Incomo for tho fiscal year M
dlscloiod In Secretary Motion's re
port to tho house, whllo the govsn-..
ment's expenditures decreased only.
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