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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Mgcr COAST FOOTBALL
SSjjg) ' IAHK GOI
The Office Cat
I cnn remember,
My llttli! son,
When coal wns nelllng
For "Flvo" n ton.
Detroit Troo Pres.
I, cnn remember,
My llttlo lnnn,
When boor vvni netting
For "flvo" n plans.
1 can romember.
My llttlo daughter.
When rob was selllnc
Two pullon a quarter.
I cnn remember.
You little rogue,
When skirts to tlio nnklo
Wero quite tho vogue.
This couple, It seems, delighted In
entertaining, hut for some rensor,
tho lady of tha hotiso was not very
efficient ns a cook or ovuntcer.
Ono ov cuing when Kllla and the
parent of tho youngster were nt,
dinner with tho aforementioned
couple tho meat couro had just
been brought in.
After tho first bite, tho youngster
was hoard In n loud "asldo" to his
mether: "Oh, look mamma, daddy
was right. Ho said that we would
liavo chicken half done'."
"Daggim It.'" said Cupid, coming
homo after u hard day's work. "Look
nl them arrows, all busted up!"
"Why son," exclaimed Venus
"What's tho matter?"
"Oh, I ran up against a bunch of
flappcra an' cake-eaters and they
pretty near ruined my outfit."
"Does your wlfo drlvo the ear?"
"Oaly when I'm at tho wheel."
Uc "Ia.'1's kiss and mako up."
8ho If you're care.'Cil '1 won't
lmo to." i
K. M. Rubb says while mother Is
railing her baby darling, the more
practical father Is calling him his
llttlo $400 exemption.
In Scan It of Truth
Tho father, a lawyer, was busily
engaged writing at his desk when
Ills young son entered tho room.
After a moment's silence tho child
said: "How old Is Santa Claus, fath
er?" "A few moments later tho boy
tried ngalu, "Did tho stork bring mo
" don't know."
Silence prevailed for several min
utes when tho third question camo
"Do caulbals eat people?"
"I don't know" fairly roared iho
"Say, father," said tho smalt son,
furiously, "Who mado you n lawyer
Hub: "You Bpond too much money
or fulso hair. Look at your uuff "
Wife: "And you spend too much
for cigars. Look nt your own puffs'
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HARD TO PRODUCE
Season Promises to Be
Greatest In Athletic His
tory of Fnr West
SAN' FRANCISCO, Sept 27
Football of n better brand than over
will lie plnvod on tho 1'aclflc Coast
this fall, according to gridiron chiefs
and oborvors. All ngrec that tho
season promises to be tho greatest
In the athletic history of the far vet.
Two teams, the Pnlveralty of Id
aho nnd the Pnlvorslty of Southern
California, will play In tho Pacific
coast conference for tho first time i
mm soason, tney Having uoon aimed
to the circuit last winter. The other
six conference schools are tho Pnlver
slty of Washington, University or Cat;
Ifornla. Stanford university, Univer
sity of Oregon, Washington State col
lego nnd the Oregon Agricultural col
lego. Most of tho conference teams this
year nro "pointed" for California, i
California has gone undefeated tor
two sensons but this -year loses Its
veteran line from ncklo to tncklo'
and one star halfback. Andy Smith,
the Rear conch, however. Is confident
that he will have n powerful eleven,
tflrlck" Mullor. All-American end
last year, I one of the stars who
will be back.
The other teams are being streng
thened. Stnnford has Introduced the
Olonn Warner coaching "system,"
with Andy Kerr, a Warner student,
doing tho coaching and promising n
strong fighting eleven. Washing
ton, with now material and better
coaching, hopes to regain tho place
It held In tho football sun when Oil
mour Dobte ptloted the team through
a victorious decade. Oregon thinks
It will have the greatest team slnco
It defeated Pennsylvania and lost to
Harvard tyy a lone point several years
ago. Washington State has eleven
veterans back. The Oregon Aggies
and U. S. C havo as yet made no
claims while Idaho, the stranger,
looks like a dark horse
Outside of tho conference some
hard battles are anticipated. One,
will be played Thanksgiving Day be
tween St. Mary's collego and Santa
Clara University, two ancient Cali
fornia foes who broke apart ten years
ago nnd who wero brought together
again only this season. Competition
will bo keen in tho Southern Califor
nia conference and tho northwest
Campaign Is Started
At U. of C. Against
Betting on Football
HERKHLKY. Cal Sept. 27. Stu
dent leaders at the University of Cali
fornia here have started a campaign
against hotting on the football games.
Support Is being given tho cam
paign by Andy Smith, head football
coach. "Proof of support of thli
ycar'B varsity may bo shown In other
ways than by waving wallets," Smith
Tho Daily Californlan, n student
newspaper, says betting has persisted
hero In spite of all efforts to dis
courage It. Callfornlans, tho papor
added, should get over tho Idea that
it Is a sign of luck of California spir
it to refuso a wager from a rival Institution.
Nena: to TA."-iMYi:n.s
Tho board of equalization of Klam
ath County will be In session October
2nd, 11)22, to hear nil protests filed
by tax-payors. All property owners
who havo mudo, or desire to mako
protests df their assessments uru
notified to bo present on that day.
PNIVKRSITY OF ORF.COS. Ku
getie, Sept. 27.- If hard work nnd
trjlng will develop a football team
the Fnlversity of Oregon will havo n
banner eleven this lenson. according
to Coach "Shy" Hiintlngtou. nnd nil
Oregon fans who havo given the lemon-yellow
prospects the "onco over"
ngreo with him.
With hut three member of last
oar's eleven missing Pi tho squad
of inoro than 25 men who are now
practicing dally for tho varsity team,
this vear'i outlook Is tho host since
19 It!. Conch Huntington with Lino
Coach "Hart" Spellmnn, and Trainer
Rill Ilayward started full practice
Monday nnd each ilny sees tho sqund
of varsity timber growing. Hunting
ton, who Is starting his fourth year
as head conch, says thN season Is
the first ono ho has experienced when
all conditions have sized up tor n
A survey of the lino from end to
end and a review of tho backfleld
shows a wealth or material from
which to pick till season. Inroads of
graduation took "Spike" Leslie, Mar
tin Howard nnd Rill Rolnhart from
tho eleven of hut jear. For Les
lie's place at tacklo Huntington H
grooming "Cog" Campbell, n 20ft
pound bono crusher who mado nil
enviable reputation on tho O. A. C.
rook cloven two years ago. Camp
bell registered in tho Fnlversity of
Oregon last year and Is eligible for
thls year's tram.
Oeorgo Rllss nnd Rill Spears, two
stalwart lad, member of the Ore
gon frosh team will put up a hard
battle for tho end position loft vn
can by Howard and "Chappy" Chap
man, who played quarter In n ma
jority of last season's games is hack
to hold the position ho shared with
Rill Rolnhart, the third member of
last year's team who Is not back In
the ranks this jear.
Floyd and "Tlnj" Shields, tried
and true, guards of last year's seas
on aro cavorting about on tho turf
each night now. "Tiny" suffered n
sovcro case of pneumonia during the
summer, but Is now practically re
covered and Is expected to bo n bul
wark or strength In the line., Carl
Vondcrahe, a lettermon of last year,
looms us a likely tacklo mnto far
Campbell. Vondcrahe Is n husky
player nnd earned his spurs last
season playing wonderful ball. Rudd
Drown, two year veteran nt end. Is
back In the running again this seas
on. The backfleld bristles with good
material. Resides Chapman nt quar
ter, Huntington has Ward Johnson.
George ICIng, "Durch" Oram nnd
"Hunk" Latham of last year's team,
as well as a flock of good aspirant
to choose from. Tlram Is being devel
oped ns the probablo punter of tho
team and tho lengthy Latham will
be on tho receiving end of pasting
plays. Tho aerial attack developed
by Huntington lato last season with
Latham reaching up and pulllng'cm
down was ono of tho most effective
bits of work Oregon fans havo wit
nessed. Chuck Parsons, husky utility man,
adaptable to any position on tho tcani
Is expected back shortly.
"Prink" Calllson, veteran center
whoso work In tho Oregon-Hurvonl
ganio will long be remombercd, was
Friendly Mixup at Princeton
VI 13 OH
$35 in Cask Prizes
Hero's n llttlo prnctlco scrimmage, for the linemen nt Princeton, N. J.
. wiicro Instruction In preliminary tactics tor this scaicn's grid tears
, already has been started.
Injured daring tho aiiuimi-r when a
log hit him and fractured Unco bone
In both legs Ho i.t rapidly Improv
ing, how over, and will report for
practice soon, nccordiiig to Hunting
ton Ho linn an nblo under-study In
the .person of Hornco Ilylor. u member
of last ear's sound
Among tho promising members of
last jear's fiosli team who will have
to bo reckoned with nro Art Sutton
and Jons TerJoon, Imrkflald men nnd
(Joedecke. linesman. "Rutty" llrovvu,
lettormnn on tho Knox eleven two
jears ngo is i-llglhto for a baakfleld
position this season nnd has loported
Ray MeKenwn nnd Oleic Hold,
weighty linesman of last year's var
sity squid nro exported to repot I for
fall training In a day or so.
Oregon will open hor schedule with
n contest with the Pacific university
team In KuRono, September :0. fol
lowed by a contest hero with Multno
mah amateur athletic club In Octo
tober. Whitman will be met nt
Pendleton in October and Idaho at
Portland In October No gamn has
beon scheduled for November 4, In
preparation for tho annual Homo
coming game which will bo played
hero November 11 with Washington
State collego. The annual state clas
sic with O. A. C will ho played In
Corvallls November IS, nnd Iho
scheduled soaon will close Novem
ber 30 when Oregon plays tho Fnl
versity of Washington at Seattle.
A now football field has been ar
ranged, adjoining tho varsity prac
tice field for the freshman stiund
which will be formed nnd start nc
tlvo practice Immediately nfter tin
opening of school October 2. "Kn"
Williams, former Oregon star, will
coach tho freshman ngatn this year
At the Theatres
John (illbeit. one of the niiiM re
lent mid successful starts, is b'lng
featured lit a talo of tho tlinberlnndi '
of Michigan, entitled "Tho Yellow!
Stnln," which will have Its local pie-,
Inlnni III Ihi, l.lhnrtl tlin.lt!-., lnilri
The part portrajed by tlilbrrt in j ftf
this production Is unusual. Inasmuch , f-'J
nt ono surmises tlutt lie Is really art-1 jH
lug the part of a coward, whereat , lj
tho happy ending hrlngt forth the i 'M
fait that the rownrdlv stnln w.nj
literal) In the Imagination of th'vcl j
siirrmimllni: him. . 11.
The drama and the tr.iKodv of tli
rush fnr gold In Alaska Is depleted In
"Tito Flume of the Yukon." In with It
Dorothy ns.lt on Is starring, whlih,
v.illbo shown at tho Strand Thentr .
Mia Dalian Is "Tho Flame." Ona I
light she Is told by Rlnek Jark Hov-'
oy. the owner of the dance hnll, to
pluck n stranger, who seems to have
his belt Well filled with Knld. In the
prorotis of plucking him slio dltngvers
tho stranger Is throwing n bluff and
that It Is sand Instead of gold dusk
In his belt.
When a stampede Is on for n now
gild fluid "Tho Flume" Ktakos tho
stranger, telllne him not to romo I
hark If he falls to strike pay dirt '
Aflor ho Ituvoti h deldo to give
up her manner of living nnd through '
tho lonely artlr winter she wait for'
tho return of tho man who bus won
n H'iwol cMUlrrn of Maniitili County ni Invited lo par
tMpn,. in ti,iti Kjiuv Contest.
!?ui. I, i -Why tho Mts-N'iimoil Compulsory Mduv.Ulmn.l
I'.lll ' should bo ilef on tod,
Hi. following nro the rules of tha contttit
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CHANTS PASS. Ore., Sept. 27.
Home town pals of Ken Williams
hero went to see him continue to
clout home runs fur the St. Louis
Drowns nnd take tho lead nmong
tint four-buiu hitters of the major
Kvoryoio In ('.rants Pass knows
Ken Williams as "Dinky" Williams,
for It was here that ho attended
school and later pluycd on the rlty
ball team, where ho mado it record as
a homo run hitter, ills parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs, II. A. WJllinms live hero
and It Is to (inuits Pass Hint Ken i
comes In the winter to upend his
Idle months fishing.
Old-timers nay Hint during one
doso game, when Ken played on tho
(irants Pass teum. IiIh father boenmn
so excited that ho fa In toil -when
)oung Williams put tho ball over tho
fciKii for n home run.
Tho chamber or commerca has sent
Williams the following telegram:
"We aro suroly proud of tho show
ing ou nro making, (iranta Past is
puling for you to tho hist man. Kcop
up tho good work nnd hlt'em hard.
The (SruntH Pam ball (lub has
brought homo tho bncon thin year
anil wo expect you to do the same.
Hurry Iiciuo as i;on a possible,
Tho HtcellieailH uro.hltlnr;."
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flghllnic loving. Stowarl dorsg .t
hundred little things to maintain n
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Also Wallace Rery. No forKettdig
Johnny Walker, four playiirx who
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