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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALI.S, OREGON
iihumdav, novi:.miii:u III, iikm
BEARS SHE 310
TO OPPONENTS 21
This Referee Was on the Job
The Office Cat
Kxporlcnro lias taur.ht me-as t roam.
That tho man who's bluff and
And lliu llfo of every party,
la a perfect pest to have about the
California Football iTcam
Greatest Scoring Ma
chine in West
jlrro Is ono that If no old It Is nl
inpsJL new npaln. Tho traveling man
went Into tl(G restaurant, but eein
J to pot poor food. Ho complain
ed to tho waiter that there tva a
hair. In the Imttcr and another In the
"Well, sir," explained the poer
wnltrr. "There mlRlit be hair In the
butter, but I can't nccount for hair
In tho arplc sauco, because I bought
thBsc npples myself, and they were
(P. S. Wo always diagram this
Joke. You have to pronounce "Ilald
wln" sort of carelessly and slowly.)
Two travellnK salesmen, havlnc a
fo'w. hours In Ashland, decided ,to
dine, at tho vlllnRO hotel.
One ot thorn turned to tho pretty
waitress and asked:
"How's tho chicken?"
"Oh, I'm all rlKht," she blushed.
"How aro you?"
With 310 points tc their oppon
ents 21, the California football team
tho creates! scoring machine In the
west and one of the prratest In the
country. Only two teams, S.ttita
Clara and WaMilur.lon. were able to
i.coro njralnst thn Callfornlans, the
former making H and the latter T.
Southern California ranks second
In point scored and Washington,
Oregon and Stanford follow In the
order Riven. Thrso totats and the!
teams', positions may bo changed
materially, howuter. with tho game
The result", of tho season's games
stand as follews:
15 U. S. Idaho n
14.... O. A. C
16 W. S. C
T. California ..
-Jtt- ? "'m-'".
Tho lluilm't t'oiiiniMtn. Living completed Km oMIiuiilo nf I ho iieriuiiil
or imiiivv piopnfcd to bo mined hy tiiMilluii (or nil ptirpotei III Iho Uly
of Klt11111t.l1 I'nlla, Otenon, fur tho fiiirnl year of llm ellv lioiiliinltiK J''
uw Int. I'.iSIl, now imtinilt.i I'.ie nai.io ror nppiovnl or iiiiinndnieiil.
Tho flint pnlillralli.il In mm In to ho mnitb In Tho ISttmluit lleiulil oil
.V.iMMiibi'r II, nil the next iilillnitloii lliemif to lio iniiilu mi llm loth day
of Noveiiilier, 1322.
Tho triititlvn limlfttil herewith siilunlltcd In Itemised us fulluwa:
I ilJl.iry of Ma)or
tlll'iiry l( I'ltlllM JllllgO
Hiilinc of City Altorimy
, nlari of City Treasiin'r
Siilirv of Health Offlrsr
Hnliii) Ohlof of I'ollro
1 Miliary, four patrolmen
j llpor'nl t'ollco .. ,
".'nl, nit in office of I'ollco .IiiiIro
I Im linns
I -Hi 'iiigriiilior fur eliy nltonuiy
u . 1 1 1 i 1 1 h books -
Mi ils for eliy prlsonora ...
, siitu'llfs for I'ollco
.I'tnfy hlro for I'olleo
1 .200 li)
le a wlfi plav tlurliig the Dcnvcr-Unlvcrslty of Colo-totn game. tli Intel fci-coce '..i.. I belwnen iteuu
Dana ami the man cnrr!nir the ball. Dana wn.i seen to leu Inch In tl. atr In ordu to l.rcp h: eye on f
man with the ball Ho irformnl this feat several times tluilnc the eimux
.: Total ... fil
27 Willamette 0
0 Multnomah 20
... Whitman 3
3 Idaho 0
13 W. S. C 0
49 - Total 23
46 Santa Clara II
Vi "hong skirts, long hair, long eye
brows," says John Doylo but not for
,, Kt range
Teller Sorry, but you haven't en
ough money in your account to csah
, FWf -CnT&m(&ttrange.
There was enough money to cash the
last cno I had, and this Isn't near
ly as large.
.... Marines 0
.. St; Marys 0
Olympic' Club Q
.. U. S. C. ...
.. W. S. C. ...
15 Players, Including Fam
ous "Brick" Mullcr, Will
Be Gone Next Year
AT DEFEAT OF JUGO
SLAV1A GRID TEAM
HoclccfcNcxt Sport nt
(limiJn mid officer
, . . .I . .. ' Auto hlro
WashinRton University ,.sikui .
Huppllos . . . . ' .
WAHfWW. N.it Hi IVIniid'. re
cent lcttr over JltKU 1,1Y'.I III I'lell
fii't liiicruatlonttl assoriatloi foot
ball nii.trh has filled Polish sporting
; circlet with prllo. Already thnv
j foresre tho l'ollsli flag run up 011
. the pole nt tho Olympic ir.iines In
KIIATTI K. Wash
, Nov, !'! Ice
bo tho licit sport on
program of the t'nl-
v-r-lty of WlHhlngti 11 hero. I.nst
wlnler tie Huskies turned out 11
first cltinn hockey ti.tm, won the
championship it tho city tengiin ciml
defe.itPtl tho University of llrltlsh
Coliimbln team from Vancouver.
j Paris In 1924. as n token of victory
In tho football games.
Most of tho men who played
hockey fi r Washington will bo back
at school this )oar. Don Macken
zie, captain of tho nrslty of a year
afto, will again bo a Husky stnr, in
tho game Immediately mum leaving.' w,, rrr'1 K. " iiineto puck
the train. Yet tho Poles won threel',In",', who plaed on tho varsity
to one. I "
Tim Jnrn1nv nrn nrlnin fnirnr. I To sell good tllorcll.tllillSP Ut ri'.l-
lies. Having already defeated Swed
Nh. French and CscchcslornMnn
teamn this season. 1 Uobertson's Chicken Tnmales.
310 Total 21
3 Whitman 0
0 Washington 2
9.......... Wash. State IS
C. S. Currln says It must have
been qulto a shock to tho person
who went up In nn ulrplano and re
covered his hearing when ho not
hack to earth and heard a saxoponc
Chief Wilson says fools stay out
while angels go to bed.
"Havo you got so you can disting
uish classical music? asked Mrs.
;I think so," replied her husband.
"Wliea a pleco threaten overy min
ute to bo a tune and always disap
points you, It's classical." ,
0 . Oregon .. 3
10 i. Utah 0
l-2r? " V ' -
28 Total 23
10.. . Oonzaga 7
18 Idaho 0
13 Washington 16
0 California 61
0. -... Oregon ... 13
"Threo O'clock In the Morning" Is
beautiful waltz and mtv 111tp11t.tr !
Hear It on it Ilrun irk reei rd Cur-
rln says so, IB
.. . Total
3 Pacific. ...
0 Stanford ...
0. Multnomah .
TttouglitH of a Middle Agel Guy
Thcso soulmates that adorn a book
Seldom or never learn to cook.
Home think tho
rcplaco tho home.
closed car will
Kvery dog ha his day but some
stay In stylo longer than others.
Johnny ut Voultry Show "Let's
stay until they let tho animals out.
Mother They don't let them out,
Johnny ."Yes, Mother, last night
dad told Undo Hill that thoy would
wait nftor tho show and pick up a
couplo of chickens."
Hay Tolford saya when trouble
.comes, wlso men tako to their work;
'weak men tako to tho woods.
YOU MAY NEED
. Total 32
'Olympic Club 27
.. Santa Clara 0
,. St. Marys 0
,.. O. A. C.
... Nevada ,
... U. 8. C.
20 Alumni 0
51 Pomona 13
.. Arizona ... 0
,. N'nvada . 0
IlKItKKI.KY. Cal . Nov
About 15 football veterans, amrngi Tho Polish team wont to play nt
them "Ilrick" Mutter. All-American I Zagreb minus some of Its heat mem-
end, will bo lost by graduation to1 "" aa' '"' men had to jump Into)
the University of California's cham
pion team next year.
Deaplto th( los, California root
ers are not looking ahead to many
lean gridiron years for they have
faith In the second team and In this
year's freshmen and In Coach Andy
Smith's ability to put a winning
combination on the field.
Several of tho players to go h.--e
played with California threo years
and were on tho 1920 eleven which
won the tltlo of "wonder team"
hy crushing every western opponent 1
nnd defeating Ohio State, Dig Tea
champions, as Pasadena Now Year's
Two of tho stars who will granu
ate will bo the California fullbacks,
"Duko" Morrison and Archlo Nlsbet.
Doth ends will bo lost also, for In
addition to Mullcr, Bob llorkey
goes. Gallagher, renter nnd Cap
tain Charlie Krli, quarterback. 11 No
leave. Among tho others to grad
uate are Dean, Best and Bell.
Loss ot tho fullbacks probably
means that Jack Witter, who was a
fullback In 1920 and a tacklo In
1921, will return to his first love,
tho backflcld. A star who li ex
pected to make tho varsity Is Jim
my Dixon, of tills year's freshman
team, who Is good at running, tent
ing or passing. I'lorco nnd O'Brien
probably nlll bo at the end positions
C.i 1 1 lorn Ins varsity mado upu
mostly of second string men show
ed somo of Its potter when It made
61 points against tho strong Wash
ington fltate team. Tho first string
men ran the sroro up to 21-0 and
thwi turned the football machlnn
over to tho KUbxtltulos who plied
up tho balanco of tho scoro.
(ieneial supplies nnd rup.tlrs
Publications iiiul advertising
liny for city pound ,
I 'cut llcmi
II.1.I1I1 I If tier
t'lly II. ill
suitable prices Is i ur constant pur
1 uo?o. t'urrlns" for drugs. 16
wholesale nnd retail.
1113 Mtln St.
Currlns sell froh iiualliy
- Total 25
0 Idaho .1
3 Oregon C
7:..- NevniH 35
7 ... . WJIIamcttn 0
Drug stores nro mlnlaturn depart
ment stores. Try tho drug siutu
first. Currln nays so. 16
,hi;vi:u.i, i.itti.i: i.sr:i pianos
nntinrtnnn'a Chlrhnn Tamales.
wholesale and retail. 1113 Main Bt. j "" '''""
In flno condition with guarantee
and with divided payments fur re
liable folks. Karl .'Jhuphcrd Co., 607
Main St. ir,tr
Strayed from pusture, 2 nillea
from Midland, on dark brown mam,
3 years old,. prist, blaze face. Liberal
rmvarJ for any Information, Wm."
Nnrny, 11th and Commercial, Khun-
Fhoet Ofe. 1M-W. Km. fWI-J
kKU'O M. M4S,rr "U
Brunswick tho phonograph record
of amazing clearness. Currln says
so. 1 li
K . -
Tho ability of u Brunswick phono
graph to play ull makes of records
correctly Is an Inbuilt feat 11 ra and
not u' makeshift bunglesomo attach
ment. 'Currln says so. 16
.Show is Open
. First of
Premium mi bonds
Premium on Insurance
Auto crimp ground, lumber labor ....
Trorsuror'H registered coupons, uud
New lionkn ,
Intimated batanre December 31. 1923 $5,367.00
Probablo receipts from sources tithnr
limn taxation for ar 1923 . 2.223.00
To bo raised
rim: ii:p.iiT.Mi:.vr ru.vn
Salary of Klro Chief . ..
S.ilary Assbtinnt Klro Chief . . . . .. I, NOO.OO
Salary Chief llonumuit . .' . . . l.sOO.Oo
Salary Itnglnn-r nnd, Truck Drher ... . I.SOO.OO
Salary 2 hoHcmen nt 1.620 each .... 3,210.011
Volunteer firemen - 400.00
Kent and recharging btltery, rectifier 100. on
Supplies nnd repnlrs 600. 00
(iatolluo mid oil . 600.00
Hose . .. . .t 3.000.00
To gas musks, 6 renplr.ttors 121.00
rirenicii Accident Compriisatlnn 360.00
K'tlmntnl balanre In thU fund IK'e. 31, 1922....
; 1 6.78 1.00
will take ypu
Back to the Old Pioneer Days
A Whirlwind of Clean Hilarity, Fast, Furious Fun
To bo ralstvl JI2.9I7.00
Salary of Street Sopcrlntciidmit f 1.800.00
Salary of Teamster 1.800.00
Labor on strorts m 3,000.00
lilnir uith te.im . l.OOO.Oo
Lumber . l.OOO.oo
BliiclcsmlthltiK mid sliii'lllg 75.00
drain mid hay 100.00
Casolltio mid oil 176.00
Itopalrs to fluilier 100.00
Itip.ilrn to streotH, repair e'ltilpmeiit
nnd material 6,800.00
riling saw 10.00
Pay looking after Sixth street pump . . 300.on
Hnglneiir 250. no
llep.-tlrrt mid siippthvt for sump pump.
Includliig pump for Oak mie.t buu.uo
Estimated liil.ilici In this fmiil Dee. 31, 1922
To bo raised by taxation
LK.'IIT ANH WATIIK TUMI
Light nnd water 11,000.00
Ovurdrciwn Doc. 31 616.00
To bo raised
Llbrmy fund . ..
I'mid 'for payment of paving iiittKUHiiient 011 parks
Municipal InteroHt fund -,
Milnlclpul lloml HlnlilnK fund
Notlco Is Imrohy given Hint Monday, November
17, 1922. (it 8 o'clock
P. M.. nt tho council chamber In tho city hall hi hereby appointed by tho
budget rommltteit ns tho llmo mid pluco whom tho foregoing estlinntt of
exouinlltiircH for thn final year, beginning January I, 1923, may bo ills
ciiHSod with tho c minium council oh the levying board by any portion who
idiall ho nulijnct to tho tax levy iiicesHiiry to produce the amount ( tho
foregoing estimate, may ho heard In favor of or ngaliiKt said tux levy or
miy part thereof.
116.I6 Acting I'ollco Judge.
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