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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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ST, PAUL WILL ENTER SERIES
WITH ITCH BALANCED TE1
In the Baseball Limelight
I'UI.. Minn. Oct
1 .1 id f M I I
r'V' Kellev n It'l
winner cf tlio Antorli'iin nsso- ling .inl ff 11 ;ig mhi'i mit'on ilmb
elation championship, will go Into lias broken m ninny j!ime All h
tho post-season scries against Italtl-jbetor lu pinches thnq-whon iti- g.m
more, champions of the let rnaltottal Is si rcrtaltilr.
leageo. wiili n. bettor b.ii;r..eil leant I Mike ttonsnlrs nml Nick Allen .i.
J than two years ago.
Kollpy'n catchers. t!i males lias N .
The Office Cat
"Hoy. there'" yelled Constable T.
Slnekputlcr, the combined lynvejod
MiMith dog peltcr ntul traffic cop or
l'cluutn. "You didn't park jour car
,wlt)iln six Inches of tin clurb, ns tlio
"Mow ran I"? returned Iho offend
Ins motorist. "Thoro Is no curb
there, It hasn't been put In yet."
"Wnll, here's the place where It
ort to bo nml there's your car. Now,
you Juki pari: the until latter within
rlx Inchon of where the, aforesaid for
mer would lip If there wore nny or
I'll pull you and diirn quick, too!"
Wo live Is Irksome
No matter whero wo be;
Tho road Is lined with boulders
And breaker crown the sea, sajs
In tho Chornl.co Messenger sytilj
Out wo mustn't get discouraged
An' declare that Ufa's a cheat
For tho prospects ain't so cheering
when a feller ccts cold feet.
I like to groot tho feller that can
laugh nt clouds and cares
That squares hlsself In trouble.
With his fists as well as prayers.
, One that earns a benediction, that
Is mighty soft and sweet:
"Ho blessed tho wprld ho lived In,
and ho never, got cold feet."
What you Uon't know costs you a
lot of money, correctly opines J. T.
M'oarlB como from oysters, and dla
wonils usually como from lomo poor
flih, declares Dr. Lloyd Stewart.
Tho series will opan at ItiUImoro J P,rfe1' "? Mau' ,,c, ,lln "''" ,,f ""'
' HlaiulllHAM M.lll III. .......... 1. .
tiwuiltliiu i uuu iiiq rillill i in II '
kept thr Intlctd nwako HirouKlimr
todav. and Mnnngcr Mike Ktltcy ox
pert Hint each member of his pitch
Ins staff will be ready to nrt. Kol.
lev linn six pitchers all cf uhom hive
shown well throughout tho season
ltli the possible exception of How
ard Morrltt. loft hauiter. who has not
boon able to pull out many wins this
Charlie Hall, ono of tlio veterans j
of tho league; Rube Ilcnton. Tom
Sheohan. "Speed" Martin nnd Tom
Roger nil have pltshcd dependabto
ball during tho major part of tho
season, with n hard fighting, snappy
fielding combination behind thorn. '
Tho St. l'nul club is not composed
or star, and on paper Iho Ilaltlmore '
tram has tho edge, according to cloo '
followers of tho game, but It Is ev
tho year Ho has done the bulk ii
theeatrhlt'C Alleti'lrivtMis ln-e n u'
of t'lr jt.iiuP iieciilr of li'J"' ! s
.. .Mir i
,10 UN' McGRAW
JOV v. , ' '
three Rhus Give ilie National
ieagae Pennant Winners
Jump On Yankees
m v i;i-.u
Tin j iiii:i;t
' 1 1 II In- n if.lil lulu iiuili' niM d
in here for four month-". ' nu.i1 ftun
Wlnlon as he r celled 1.1( Sttn i
a city man. Into li's woodsmun's but
for thp winter. "A:d while I in
skceri'd o" women mi self. I'm a'ratJ
peeled that tho ssmo stuff which car- you- mjM thom. Yo'e seen a l.u
Uoctor Nor you rfco what comes
of eating green apples when your
mother told you notao.
noy I didn't cat'em cos I liked
'cm. I fito'em to find out why sho
told mo not to.
Will Wood says homo Is a placo
whero tho modern sons and daugh
ters sloop when oorythlng Is closed.
Ill flnilU eilal ...!? a.n...1.. a.tl.n
.... ...iw i.n-1 uiuai JFIWI'IU l lU
liavu no tli I hi; to do maku tho mlstako
oi living ii.
"lilza, wlwit fo' you buy dat oddor
box ur shop blackln'T"
"Oo on, nlgga. Mat ain't shoo
blnuklu'; ditt'H ma mussago rrcam."
Another argument for tho poor
peripatetic. Tho motorist at forty
mile per hour has no tlmo to lamp
tho beauties of imturo. To him a
hiiwihoni hush ami a billboard nru
liloniled Into ouo mad riot of color.
(1. C. I.orcni says tho highest prlco
wo can pay for anj thing Is to steal
It, tlio nun to beg It, tho cheapest
ami best Is to earn It.
How- did jou llko ho girl I dug up
As fur as I'm concerned you can
bury her ogaln.
Now Cut. Hccoids Slieplienls. 2
"Tho Storm" is hero!
should have your attention.
Cool weather and storms
force prices up.
Our fuel is the best, our
prices are right on Slab,
Blocks, Body and Tania
oack. , Your business is solicited.
rlcd the Saints through Hip 1922
race will show In tho short series
with Iialtlmore. The St. Paul club
bus moro "never out" plaers than
any other club in the association.
When tho season started, even the
most anient supporters of tho local
rluh couldn't figure them champions.
On May 1 the Saints were In fifth
place, with an even break In the
number of games won nnd lost. A
month later they wero challenging
tho leaders, and went Into first placo
on July 20 and were never headed.
Minneapolis, Indianapolis and Mil
waukee all mado bids to displace tlio
lenders, but could not develop the
Kellcy started the season with a
rather uncertain camblnatlon. Dorg
hammer nt second and lloone at
short furnished tlio same flashy work
as In other seasons, but nt tho other
stations the work was not sure.
(Jeorgo Armstrong started at third,
nnd played a good game, although nt
times, ho wns unsteady In his fleld
Isg. Tom Wlielan started at first,
and was later disposed of when Will
lor Golvln was obtained from tho
Tor a time Golvln throatcned to
hit himself out of tho league, but
did not finish In tho 300 class, al
though ho was n dangerous hitter.
Charlie Dresson. who relieved Arm
strong at third developed Into ono of
tho most dependable men on tho club.
His fielding U fast and lortaln, nnd
although a poor hitter at tho opening
of tho year, ho has doioloputl a habit
of cracking them when hlta were
needed. The fielding of both (Jolvln
and Dressen hai been 11 (.lose rival
to that of Ilcrghiimmur and lloone. j
Tho outfield Is u match for any
combination In tho association. Itlg-i
gors, a veteran of nino years with
tho rluh. Haas. Hemlryx. Christian-!
irii rak. tvK'iwZi
of them, sin 1 ou? '
"Tiki dsrned much of lliem" sa'il
P.nvlil, flathisR an Ingenuous Mnlli'
"ThRt'8 whit I'm hire (or- to gi-t
away from them."
Se the two mot) tried the epiii
ment that Is never safe; for two hu
m:ns to ltvo tbgcther for four long
months. Isolated fromxt!ie world.
They usually murder each other.
t'nexpectedly, fate dropid a neat
card on tho table. Manette Pachard
came Into tholr lives.
Hid the man from outside revllo
fate or shriiel up within a shell at
this Intrusion? Or did he go "after" I
tho girl with all his London draw
ing room tricks? Did llurr halo tho
Slrl or fall In loio with her?
"The Storm" decided the whole
thing, nnd "The Storm" Is tho namo
of the nlcturo itnrrlnc Him mi I'ntnr
,. ,1... in...... 1..1.. HKUKK1.KY. Cal . Oct I -Minus
u. tin- nfiti; ill nil V luiuiilll. 1
Kb old stonc-wnll line, the I nlierslty
Till: STH.M of California football itum this oar
A ono hundred per cent westorn will have to fight harder than evor to
picture will bo shown at The Strand 'retain tho Pnelflc Coast conference
tonlcht entitled '"West of the Kid (IiaiillilMmhlH which It won III 1920
HARD BATTLE TO
RETAIN OLD HONORS
Crande." It Is full 'of fighting, rid
ing, roping and shooting and will
thrill tho audience beyond anything
shown hero this season.
Three nets of raudello will nlo
be cho'in with singing, dancing nml
music, making tlm Strand a popular
placo during Itoleo week. Five ac
tors who are real artists put on tho
va"dcvllle which Is tho best of Its
type shown in Klamath Palis for
Crowded house are the rule at
The Strand so all are urgi'd to como
early In order to get a n-Ht. 'Iho
first tdiov.' htnrts at 1 r. and the
second at 8:1", racli gliiig a full two
hours o' enturtnlnmi'nt.
anil 1921, Kverjr linesman, from
tackle to tackle, was lost by graduation.
iilaj.d Wi'.liiBtn nnd leffersmi. n
star eatfrii team, to 11 tie.
1 lef pile the none t o optimistic
pritillctlomi. lioeer. talforilii will
li.ne 11 very gv'l toaiv. It will be
'ant nail aggressive but will lack tho
experlenco which enabled tho varsll
its of 1920 nml 1921 to work with
Mitch niKChlne-lIke proelslou. ,
In practice workout tho California
f rendition, already hailed ns n "won
der" team itself, hat scored on the
varsity nml roronily ripped through
the varsity line for fifteen minute.
Now faces ura In tho California
lino thl year. Prry who wis 11
uecoiid string fullback Inst year. Is up
tid a Chlneso l.ucky Itlng before
"Wo may win tho championship' at d ,, , ,,n)1 rr(,at worl
again this yoar," Coach Anily Smith jkek Witter, another fullbark i'
said recently, "bnt It will bo a tough I I31 Is at inekle nml l mnklng good.
battle. We lot tuoa who might be I Heam and Dean, both experienced
equalled but aa they mako fow hot-! are working for tackle. "Pat" Clark,
ler than tho mem who aro gone It la ! a veteran. Is n candidate for guard,
hardly to bo oxpectod that they can ! Por center thero Is (lallaghor, second
be repla'od In such aliort time." string mini last year, who la being
fitiidentaat thoblg iinlvornlty horo hnrd irosil by Horrell. last )onr'n
no longer Horn .in tim uoiier uioir 1 irwiiiiium (nunr.
team Is unbciitable. In 1U20 It w.ih
called ihii"wmH(Iur" team wlun tit
piled up huge scoro oil eiery oppnn-
nt and 1 losod the sea mm by dafeal
log tin' llg Ten champions, Ohio
i nutc. I .niit jeiir tho team won every
' 1'OLO GROUNDS, NEW VORK, Oct. l.
Ciianls dofoated the Yankocs in tho first flume of
world scries hero today, hunibliiur tho favorites by a final
j-'coro of J) to 2.
The Giants, pennant winners of Iho National
league, made an eight iiininjr rally by concentrating a
, savage baiting atlacJt on tlio Yankees star pitcher, .loo
Bush, knocking him from the box and capturing the firnt
'game of the series.
j Over :)5,000 saw what looked like n Yankee victory
when tho Giants unexpectedly cany) from behind with
four consecutive smashing hita ami a long sacrifice fly for
The game was Mcoreloiti up to the sixth when the
Yankees got their first ,nnn around, Dugan scoring on a
single by Ruth. This score followed a heart breaking ex
perience for tho Yankees fans when Wilt was put out at
the plate after having tripled.
Tho Yankees got their second run in the seventh
when IWcusel scored on u sacrifice. The Giants runs
were bv Bancroft, Groh and l-'risch.
I Giants U 11
Yankees 2 7
1 naileries: Nchf, Ryan nnd Snyder; Hush. Hoyt and
GIANTS- Bancroft shoit, Groh, third, Frisch sec
ond, Mouse! left, Young right, Kelly first, Stengel center,
Snyder catcher, Nehf pitcher." -l
YANKEES Witt center, Dugan Third, Ruth left,
Pipp first, IWcufcI right, rcliantr catcher, ward second,
,colt short, Rush pitcher.
YANKEES RATED BEST
NEW YORK, Oct. -J.--John McGraw's Giants, Na
tional league pennant winners, today engaged Riller I lug
gins American league champion Yankees in first game
for world series honors. Becaib-e of their pitching staff,
the Yankees are rand as tne best by experts, but the Na
tionals are fighters ami a dangerous lot.
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Unbind tlip line there Is n elernu
barkfiald, piloted by Captain Art
Krli. Itoy llureeaa. a lilg, fust, ug
grosulvo riinnor Is working hard for
halfback and others In tho field tire
NIchoM Spuiildlng. Dunn, .Morrison
and Nlsbct. On one of tho nriila t'nll
forulii has tho All-Amerlrnu slnr,
"llrlrk" Mullor. while fighting 'for
the other wing position me llerkey.
a luliirnn, atld Ouy Hufford, u youug-
iter with plenty of ambition. !
t'lillfonfla idaj'a every Sniurdiy
tills sennou nnd if all Hie iMtlif'i
Coarh Smith tlilnl.ii Hie hardest will
be against th.o liiilxoislly of U'.ili
Ingtoii, tho Pnlvursliy of Koiitheru
('iillforiila nml Huittforil unlvirHlty
All llini'i will be played away from
home. .N'ext Saturday tho arsil)
playn the .Murines huie.
LITTLE HARD CASH
BEING WAGERED ON
running. Wlmther the big Texan
i "bus something" and Is bottling
' bark, or whether he la simply itrt-
RITCHIE-SWINDLER lug natural. Is tlio piiulo. The np-
J parent dlffiuonro In weight In
. , ' Itlifhlo's favor makes lilni Iho (a-
l.llllo money Is being wagerul ,..,,.,,
on the ltllrl,n.l,l..r I..IH.. Kr1-,'r,lP- ll"1 foW " ,r,c ,,,,,,p
day nlxht. iic-conlliiK t r irln. Judgement with cash. ,' Hwliullvr,
Sullidler iiii.intilly bus the fans they say, may MprliiK a rmrprln".
Germans Take Up Football
TungNtoiie Seiul-piiriiiaiiiilil iii'mIIi h
play DO to :ioO tlinen without lining
lug on tho smooth mi r fared Victor
Uncords, Kurl Shepherd MiihIc
'Tho Stonn" Is horo!
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