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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1031.
D, IT. Crump has appllud for pm1
mission of tlio boxing commmlnti to
ttago anothnr boxing tournumont on
Novombar 12 nt McDonald's ball, ho
twoon Main and Klamath avjnuo on
Sixth stroot. Tho card (or tho oc
casion will bo Investigated and the
tltfiuturcp to Mm eont"of.n vlird.
Tbo main ovont la ichodulod to bo
tea rounds of fast and furloua box
lac botwoon Ilob IIohi of this city
and Billy Kuff of Chlloquln. Of tho
t.7i h.ixors, Huff is perhaps better
known than bis opponont for In near
ly evi-ry card of Importnnco In thN
section for tho pan: two yearn, Huff
ssboon on tho program and bns n'c
qulttod himself well, now imido his
first appearance on Hoptimber 12 at
tho Scandinavian hull whon ho od
inlnlstorod a stiff boatlii to llobblo
AHon, securing n knockoit In tbo
fifth round. Pocullnr as It may iccm,
Huff has also fought Alloa and so
curod a knockout In the fifth round,
Buoh a comparison would show that
Huff and lions aro apparently evenly
matchod, both men fighting tho samo
aaan and winning or th j samo rout In
the. fifth round. Tho mon are nfatch
ed at 150 pounds, weight to bo mad
at 0 o'clock, November 11, before Dr.
H. D. L, Stowart, medical examiner.
The six-round semi-final has been
signed up for by' Bobble Allen of
Klamath Falls, and H. D. Walsh of
Med ford at catchwelghts and a good
ovont Is expected to result. Allen's
showing against Ross on Soptomber
IS 'retrlevod tho namo that ho had
been glvon by some critics and spec
tators at tho match statod that ho
was gamo all the way through tho
tiro rounds until sent to dreamland.
Walsh Is well known In Medford and
toss tho reputation of being a fast
Tho first number on tbo card Is
the four round preliminary between
Kid Walsh and Battling North, both
lightweights. While Walsh has been
given the laurels of victory once over
North by a clean knockout, still
North says that he now Is in better
condition than over boforo and rill
win a' decision on Novomber 12.
Walsh is a. llttlo heavier and taller
than North but the latter says that
he will overcome these disadvantages
by fast work and by clevor footwork.
Novembor 12 will bo a rod letter
dato In tbo history of tho boxing
gamo In this city and unless tho
cportlng.frutcrnlly support tho events
which ara stagod for t'iclr bcnoflt
tbo gama will simply bo dropped and
become a dead Issue On November
12, tbo decision will bo mndo and It
will bo final. Tho sportlntc olemont
of this city clamorod for tho revival
of tho gamo and securod permission
from tho council to havo a boxing
commission appointed. Tho council
and tho boxing commission havo per
formed their share' but many of the
sports havo proved of the "knotbolo
typo", post climbers, roof birds and
fenco climbers. In view of tho fact
that McDonald's Hall denies them the
opportunity of any "free prlvllodgos,"
their caliber will bo measured by the
number who turn out to witness the
contest. Tickets will go on salo at
the Pastime Billiard parlor, Jewel
Cafe, Ilex Cafe, Club Cafo, Eagle
Peel room, Mtfcca poolroom and other
places. v '
Promoter Crump states that tho
coming contest will be ono which will
not offend any lady who attends and
desires to bavo a largo attendance of
the fairer sex at the coming ovont.
Under tho presont boxing commis
sion, no event has been other than a
clean show, no profanity nor offen
sive scones to annoy tho ladles being
From Medford Court
MEDFORD, Oct., 13 Many of tho
Klamath Indians, who wero hore the
past wook attending tho United States
court sosslon have returned home,
but thoro aro still some left. Tho
annual fall term of tho federal dis
trict court hero brings considerable
extra money to Medford, as wltnosses,
attorneys and principals and their
rolatlvos In the various cases up for
trial coino hero from various parts of
southorn Oregon and usually remain
at least two days, to say nothing of
the Unlntod States court officials and
attaches who ro'matn during tho en
tiro torm. Tho Indians are good
spenders, both roon and Vomen. aad
do considerable buying In tho stares.
Herald classified ads mean the best
results, quick I
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around the bush
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HISTORY OF THIS STORE. THE ENTIRE STOCK WILL
GO OH SALE NOT ONE SINGLE ARTICLE WILL BE;
RESERVED IT WILL BE A SALE THAT WILL BE TALK
ED OF FOR YEARS. TO COME.
H. T. LACELLE
Merchandise sale expert in charge
This Will Give You an Idea of Prices:
6 Pairs for
All Wool Shirts
Sale Starts Saturday, 9:30 A. M.
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OF PLAYERS TO
Ashland . can now prepare many,
many yards of mourning bunting for
use Saturday night for their football
team Is doomed to meet a defeat on
their homo grounds and In tho midst
of their own supporters and Kla
math Falls is to be the team which
will teach 'them that what little foot
bait they started out with thfs sea
son was nothing more than a game
of llttlo girls "ball and jacks."
Tho reason for this feollng came
yesterday whon Coach "Hi" Wood
announced on tho football field that
every man who had turnod out this
season for practice was to bo taken
along with the first team to Ashland.
This fnvor was shown because of the
consclentous effort mado by tho
scrubs to absorb and play wth the
samo seal that tho moro experienced
players do and the coach hit upon
this suitable reward to have them
continue tho season out, building up
the machlno which it Is believed will
havo an opportunity to play a north
ern stato winner at tho close of the
regular season, presumably at Eu
"The news that tho 22 men were
all to bo taken along created on en
thusiasm which showed up In tho
practlco 'games and tho first' lineup
had a .difficult tlmo holding back tho
second team members. Spectators
say that the second team men wrestl
ed tho Togulars with all the fierce
ness that they would an opposing out
of town team. Such practice hard
ens the regulars up. for their trials
at tho samo time, building up the
subs so that roplucoment of a player
In tho team' lineup will not disturb
Ub stoady movement.
Profoisor Itobort Goetz plans on
making arrangements Saturday with
the University of Oregon officials re
latlvo to playing there should' the
locals capturo tbo championship of
Southern Oregon as they are expected
to. A gamo very likely will bo ar
ranged with the, Medford team on
this occaslont Medford high bos
been a llttlo leary' of tho locals for
Ashland cleaned them up by a lop
sided score this year, It is said.
' Tho team will leave tomorrow
afternoon for Ashland where they
will participate in tho rally at the
high school and make tho name of
Klamath Falls high school famous on
the streets along with the rooting of
tho Ashland high bunch. The local
high school students to a man are
proud of tholr team and will back it
solidly whon tho two teams clash on
tho Ashalnd flold Saturday.
MIDLAND, Oct., 13 Six carloads
of cattlo was dollvored horo Tuosday
to Luke Walker to bo shipped to San
Cbaley Draw Is shipping ono bar
load from here Tuesday.
L. P. Olayburg who represents J.
O. Johnson of Baa Francisco has ship
ped three carlods of cattle to San
Oeo. Watt from Klamath Falls is
shipping eleven carloads of sheep to
tbo Western Market company of San
James O'Kleffe, stockman from
Klamath Falls was a Midland visitor
C. O. Prentice, stockman from Kla
math Falls wa8 a Midland visitor
Chas. T. Do Lap, stockman from
Klamath Falls, was a Midland visitor
C. W. Warran and Geo. LoFevre,
stockmen, from Bly, wero Midland
IWl W. Mooney from, San Francisco
was in Midland shipping cattlo Tues
day. Mr. Mooney and L. P. Clay
burg of Klamath Falls, represent tho
J. 0. Johnson firm of San Francisco.
It. O. Roberts, stockman from
Olene, was' a Midland visitor Tues
day, Fred Stukel, Merrill stockman, wop
In Midland shipping stock Tuesday.
It. S. 'Adams, stockman from Mer
rill, was a Midland visitor Tuesday.
D. N. Lervln, plumber for the S.
P. was a Midland visitor today. Mr.
Lervln sees that the stock is well
provided with water.
The stockmen who ship from Mid
land havo petitioned tho railroad
commission to place a station agent
at Midland. Stockmen and business
men of Midland are very much handi
capped because there is no agent
there, to look after the stock ship
ments and to notify those interested
"When a shipment takes place so that
the stock will receive the proper
care. The citizens havo also petition-
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HEAVY BYJB CKOP.
The Midland Threshing company
reports that the crop harvested on
tho William Worden tule land went
as high as 60 bushels of rye
to the acre. This is considered an
unusually good crop as this was the
first year tho land was cultivated.
Tho cropg of rye on the high land
of William Shirrel place harvested
20 bushels to the acre. Td'b 'a con
sidered very good, as it was beardless
rye. Charles Patten's rye straw stbod
6 feet this year and harvested 1C
bushels to the acre.
Thomas J. Lyons also has an tin
commonlly good crcp of rye. It
also averaged 16 bushels to the acre.
O, 0. Maxwell from Gazelle, Cal.,.
Is a Midland vlstor today.
Tho Midland school will close Wed
nesday, Thursday and Friday, as Miss
Lillian Knnpp, local teacher Is at
tending tho county lnstltue (hat Is
being held' in Klamath Falls.
John Del Fattl was a Klamath
Falls visitor Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hooper wero
Klamath Falls visitors Tuesday.
Wm. Tlngly was a Klamath, Falls
visitor Tuesday. '
CRIPPLE lOKKS FAB
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Oct. 12.
Newark, N. J., to Los Angeles is a
long hike, and Warren A. Hogla
claims an umisunl record, walking
2698 of the 3527 miles, and no
gotlatlng tho dlstanco in E9 days,
,on one leg. Ho made It on crutch
es, he said, and averaged 50 to 60
miles a day, with 829 miles of auto
"lifts" included. I -
The leading States in tho manu
facture of cigars are Pennsylvania,
New York, Ohio, Florida, New Jer
sey and "Virginia, in the order asjaed.