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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1922)
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Apropos of the remark of nn anon
ymous cynic, "Mnn Is tho only ant
mnl Hint yotr rnn skin mora than
onrp," n recent liullotln of llio Ta
romn Hotter lluslness Bureau con
tained tho follewing:
"A fool thcro wn and lie saved
Hvcn ns you nnd I;
Hut ho took them out of tho old
When n salesman called with
noma wildcat stocks,
And the fool was stripped right
down tn his socks,
liven os you nnd I."
Ono of tho greatest drawbacks nil
tho time, muses Ray Anderson Is
that thcro nro too mnny people who
will listen to no arguments but their
Joo tho I'loddcr says that tho
stingiest mnn ho knows put oxtra
barbs on his fence to tho birds
couldn't sit down.
K K. Mond snys another Reed
thine nbout tolling tho truth Is you
don't hnvo la remembor what you
A young lady was visiting irlonds
In tho oast and attended a llttlo
party ono evening, in the courso of
which linn bons worn passod by the
negro waiter. The Rlrl spied a nice,
plump chocolato on the plate, which
tiho started to take, but It seemed to
ndhnro to tho dish. Another pnll
failed to dUlodso It, then tho darky
good humorcdly remarked: "Reg
pardon miss, but that's muh
Maudle "What's wrong ?lth tho
car? It squeaks, dreadfully."
Jimmy "Can't bo helped
thero's pin Iron in tho axles.
It Is not tho direction you tako In
scoklnR success but the spirit In
which you set out on tho Journey.
Hvery tlmo some men sco a near
beer sign, they cuss.
"Let mo llo In a houso by the
Kldo of the road and be a friend to
"donna pcddla gasoline?"
Charley Stono says ono of the
mystorlos Is how tho two words
"political" nnd "economy" over sot
hooked up together.
When In doubt whether to kiss
the young lady good night, giro
yourself tho benefit of the doubt,
gargles Johnny Houston.
Kvcn If a driver Is not tmporstltl-
ous, hq shows good senso in believ
ing In nn.l observing tho signs at
"Mary had a llttlo skirt;
It was In style, no doubt;
"Hut when shu was in It
Suo was half way out."
Pr.TITH MODKb PLAYKIl $139.00
Now model with special attach-
lunula, lull muiilo rolls with words
nnd interpretative markings and
duct bonch -with roll BPaco Included.
CunIi or on dlldd paymentrf. "Karl
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BOXING BECOMES A
POPULAR SPORT" IN
llKltlilN, Nov. 21. inning ha
become so popular In Germany that
the American system of matinee pro
grams has been adopted. Some 10,
000 "fans" crowded the Sports Pal
ace hi each of two recent bllli, and
It was stated tho demand would
have been evpn greater had It not
been for the fact that tho bout wero
staged In tho evening nnd mnny sub
urbanites were kept away by the dlf-.
flculty of getting midnight trains ,
Americans hero are Interested In j
tho outcome of a chnllenpn which
Han Hreltenstrncter, Germany's
heavyweight champion, had lodged
with nn American boxer, Samson,
who provided tho sensation of tho
evening In his llerlln debut recently
Samson Is reputed to hao been n. j
starring partner of Jack Dcmpsey,
and to have made good showing
against such fighters as Tom Gib
bons and "Kid" Norfolk.
Samson surprised tho spectators
by showing a speed and an aggrcs-f
slveness greatly contrasting with tho
sluggish maucuvers of the native' tal
ent. Although twenty pounds light
er than Hugo Podiuhn (ITT.), a Ha
varlan of considerable ring experi
ence In Germany, tho American
knocked h!s opponent down co often
in tho two opening rounds that the
Inttcr's seconds saved tholr fighter
from tho other eight round by
throwing In tho towel. llrclten
stractcr, who ns at the ringside.
Immediately Issued a challenge to
tho winner and It was accepted.
Americans who attended this pro
gram found highly amusing two oth
er bcut on tho bill. In one of these
,n .flabby. 130-pound boxer who has
become tomowhat of a local favorite,
ns Carman pugilistic standards go,
put up a comic opera opposition to a
lighter man, oaraglng many enthus
iasts who had been expecting n stiff
battle After stolidly stalking about
tho ring for eight rounds with little
or no guard to ward off a rain of
punches which lacked knock-out ef
fectiveness, tho favorlto bluntly
Tralkc3 over to his corner, giving up
tho fight. Ho was greeted with a
bouquet of roses from an admirer.
A Dutch boxer, understood to
have a fair reputation behind him,
figured in tho windup as substitute
for tho Italian Spalla, who was pre
vented from appearing becauso of
Illness. After keeping tho audience
and a hugo opponent Impatiently
waiting ten minutes for him to enter
tho ring, tho Hollander appeared, at
tended by an Imposing retinuo of
assistants. His opponent landed
several stiff blows early In the
fight, and thereafter the visitor fled
In panic from one ccrncr of tho ring
to another until tho towering Ger
man caught up with him long
enough to secure a knock-out in tho
first round. Tho crowd sympathis
ed, laughed, and protcstcJ in turn.
TWO PL.1YEI18 HECALLKD
BAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 22.
Two San Francisco Seals, Clydo
Olllenwatcr nnd "Daka" Davis, who
wero "fanned out" last year, will
be recallod next spring by the lo
cal baseball club. Olllenwater vtm
with tho Saginaw club in tho
Michigan-Ontario loaguo and Davis
was on thu Oklahoma Western
league club. '
O'CONNIXIj TO HT4HT HKAflON,
SAN FIIANCISCO. Nov. 22.
Jimmy O'Connell, San Francisco
basoball star, who has been sold
to tho Now York Giants, will start
tho season nt center field for tho
world champions and will be kept
at that post as long an be makes
good, according to reports received
horo from Now York. O'ConnclI
wa sold to tho Giants for $70,
000. NKW PIANOS $ns
'8ploudid values, ten year guaran
tee small alto and divided payments
ccryrrjnj: Iwq and ono-half xeaxti.
Earl Shepherd Co.. G07 Main. IStf
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" THE EVENING
Shame on You,
Cc-ols of tho public sebcol of
Hflo ccntctt. i;tlt. A Harris,
enve Utter won tbo tlo with 81.
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HKKKKI.BY. Cnl.. Nor. 22. A STANTOItD UN1VP.RSITY. Cn .
great memorial athlollo stadium .vor. 22. Wireless play-by-play ro
already named tho "den" of tho rort of the "big game" of foot
Golden Hear Is soon to rise In ball between Stanford University
Strawberry canyon, In tho Ilerkc-,and the University of California
Ioy hills on tho University of Call- her Nor. 2G arc to bo broadcast
fornla campus here. Tho stadium) from the campus by tho radio clnbs
Is to cost $1,000,000 nnd will real f tbo two universities.
72'000, . ' The reports will bo received. It
Tho new stadium will bo built,. .,., . ,,fnri, -,, ,.,i,.
;0f concrete throughout and will be 1
a commnation or me eanncn uowi i
and tho coliseum site on the slopes .
or 'tno canyon.
Tho seats, tier or tier, are to be
terraced into the sides of the can
yon. Tunnels and stairways will
lead to tho seats from a plata out
sldo which will face a Ucrkelcy
"Tbo liberal width nllowod for
the approaches Impart a feeling of
spaciousness to tho wholo project
nnd removes any impression of
crowding or blocking the canyon,"
said a report luued by the univer
sity stadium commission.
"From the rlmway. Just above
the stadium, a unique and wonder
ful effect is obtained. To tho nat
ural benuty of tho surroundings
tho canyon, tho bay, tho campus
and Berkeley city, is added tho
sweeping tones of tho tremendous
bowl immediately below.
"Against tho hills, majestic In
its dimensions and grand In Its
simplicity, visible, from tho cam
pus but not apart, tho memorial
fits Its place and tho placo Ls fit
ting for a memorial."
Tho stadium. It Is expected, will
bo completed In tlmo for the foot
ball "big game" against Stanford
University next year.
IMXOROH IIHOKKN I.V PRACTICE
i STANFORD UNIVERSITY, CUl..
Nor. 22. hane Falk, Stanford's
. . .. . ,i
cracK nuruicr. raaura uin '"" hospitals at tho Indian rcsorva
records In n practice meet hero last on unj BCllooIl) anA lnoro ar0
week. In tho 70-yard high hur-1 ,,,,,. in tho fniia norvlco 1C0
dies Falk made S 1-5 seconds and
he made tho 120-yard low hurdlo j
event In 14 seconds flat.
PLAN PIMM.IPPIM: HllPfin.IC
MANILA, Nov. 22. Tho president
anA congress v. Ill bo pctltlonea to
allow tho Phllllpplno leglslaturo to
call a constitutional convention to
framo nn Independent republic, tho
Iioubo hcru'todny having udoptcd n
resolution passed by tho scnuto threit
The tariff affords rollof for some
Industries but what wo need In ro
llof from somo Industrlos.
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i Boys, Shame! 1
Nashville. Tcnn., defeated tho boys ll
left, ana Katncrino cu'.ccri maoo f.
Wireless to Flash
Each Play In U. of C
Stanford Game Nov. 25
forna Bumn, c,ubf ,a rU,M of
CaIfornU nml paithim !n olhcr
oTa MatC3 Thn rtpoft wI
bo telephoned from tho playing
field, during tho game, to a stand
ing station on tho campus.
Kfforts nro being made to havo
President Hay Lyman Wilbur of
Stanford Unlvorslty and President
David P Harrows of California del
iver talk on tho radio between
Aro, Report Shows
WASHINGTON, Nor. 22. Tho
Indian racu Is not a dying ono. V.
II. Morltt, assistant Indian com
missioner says tho 340,91 In
dians now In tho United States rep
resent an Increase of approximately
13,500 over thu number ton yearn
Tho Inarcxio has boen brought
about, tho assistant commissioner
says, by improved housing condi
tions anil increased hospital and
medical facilities. Thoro nro 78
physicians, 81 nurses and 70 field
matrons, tho latter vfsltlng thi
homes of Indians to Improve living
"Wo aro oducatlng In our Indian
schools and In tho public schools of
tho country 00,000 Indian cnlldron,"
Morrltt says, "and aro asking for In
creased appropriations with " view
of ultimately placing, orory Indian
child of school ago In "school, on
tho theory that education, Industry
and hanltnry llvlni; condition? nro
tlin Rolntlons of tho 'Indian prob
lem." Call at tho
Duff Evens the
Now Stadium Will Bo
Dedicated In Los AnRclcs
1.03 ANUni.UR, Nov, 32 IUkIi
srlinnl ivthloles from nil 1'iirls of
California may eomu to l.os Angeles
next spring to dedicate the new mun
lclp.il slndlum with their stale
championship track meet, conducted
under the. auspices nf the Ciillfornln
Ust miring the ntnto meet was
, held In Stockton nml ijext ear It will
bo hold In I -on Angeles, efforts are
IioIiir made to have It held In too
munlclpnl stadium In Imposition
j park. It Is hoped Hint the. stn Hum
will be complete I In tlmo
Three Carloads of Ties I
I In CoHcrc Bonfire '
SANTA CI.ARA, Cnl . Nov 22 j
Students nf tho tinlicrslly of S.iiitn
Clara hero are building . huge. t'.5.
foot lionflo which lli bo touched j
off nt n football rally nn the lilqht f
before the "big game" against St
Mary's collegn Thanksgiving D.iy
Ttiroo carloads of railroad ties nro
being used In eroding the pile.
SANTA CUUIA I'OOTRAI.Ii
T1XM HliWCTS POST NI'.ttllN
SANTA CI.ARA. Cal , Nov 22
University of Santn ClaraV foot
ball team rejected all offers for
post reason contests this year but
hopes to engngo In an Interac
tional battlo next season, according
to colleen authorities.
If tho team Improves next yvr
as It has done this soaton, a game
with Notre Danto msy bo sought.
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"if, jrva.tes,U'wO&tA fcrrv't.iJ:
tfomctOinrj of all Hje rein
(folia, nnb nomttbitta; nliotte
lljfin nil. 3t It t!jc Qotii
tdrrno tfjat lit t(je IjNirttf of l(je
tUOrlb. John Evelyn.
nd oo there is in Thomson's
something of the Roodncss of juicy
fruits; of crisp, crunchy nut meats;
of mellow milk chocolate. Out
more llinn that, their flavor and
their purity convey a message of
A name to associate always with
friendship that's Thomscn'8.
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l'bcoui uiu cair)liin cocalno nnd.
otlnr ilruk's from CSmaila to CM
ritgo I" lockets lll.n that shown
almve, ntcordiiiK to tho "tory told
Now York oRUIals by ft drug ndd.ct
Boys don't forget to trap the coyotes. I will
pay you (jood prices for them this season.
113 N. 4th St.,
Sold in Klamath Falls by
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rixiiu Iioiisii anil iwn lots mi pavo
mei.i Will nlloiv tnii prleo fur iiulo
us pmineiit mi property. Hen nwiier.
tier. (Iregun A0. 32-2f.
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r.M.iiiM Sillliilile hllrtliniid and
vir.. tin. Dick. 2 In llrnnil HI
POIttT.H SAI.IJ Auto rnrs, nt niir
own price. Uro DKk, 240 Urmid
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Cool weather and storms
force prices up.
Our fuel is the esf, our
S rices are right on Slab,
locks, Body and Tarna
oack. Your business is solicited.
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