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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1922)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Mil I1IMY, 1I', i:.MII:( C'l, tllUX
DOG WIGGLED TAIL; COUGAR BIT DUST
II1. N. Mnlllu Heinle limiting Kxperlrnre nf twine Dunk Willi UN
Old llloorlt loj on Trilmtury of Iioiir Tom tYeck, Ijhic County
YES, HERE'S SANTA, TOO!
' Klamath hunter tiro unanimous Unn well directed shot killed the
i-or almost no in tho belief thnt n coiiRar, Olil lllooch wIrrIpJ his
'."".L0? """I1, "''. M.nr"'nl n.l Immediately put another
Vn further evidence;
'A rnt screams, nml a concur Is
usl nn overgrown cat Ronu wild.
roiiRilf up i 'tree. Ono nuiro rlmt
1.1 tit tho work. Tho old dog repeat
ed tho dose three more times, which
1" havo not hilled n Krent number I mdo Hvo riowii eoiiRnr, one to 8
I". -..- ... 1 . -.1 .lw.t
oi mem, nun mo mri-si niL-anuii-u ; -"
toltio feet six Inches and weighed . The old doR wiggles his tall n sixth
fJOO pounds. But 1 have hunted ' time, but was called off. Doak had
with Isaac Doak, who Is now a well-1 but one shell left for his old 14-73
fo-do stock man of Wallowa coun- Winchester and was six mile from
fry, .and 30 years apo ho was the his cabin. nnJ as It was growing
best cougar hunter I over heard of dark he started home.
fy& I feel sure hfc.w'oudsw-car that 'Doak nnd Jtta old dog, lllooch
ibiiRars scream. killed 100 cougar that year, and he
r "With his old lllooch dog. half, Is certainly no wind-jammer. Kill
gre hound nnd half foxhound when Ing a cougar did not eclto him as
following a badly wounded deer one much ns klllliiR n mouse would some
day on a trlbutaty ot Long Tom rlv- men. I hao camped with him In
er In I.nno county, whore ono can these Jungles and heard screams
traol west 30 miles without com- nt nlRht that ho claimed wero made
Ing upon a settlement, he quit tho 'by coupar. No hoot-owl. Jackass
deor trail nnd treed n grown cou-j or night birds could fool him. I feel
gar. I sure that tho cougar screams.
HIMSELF IN MATCH
WITH JOE SWINDLER
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tho best ho has given tho fans hero
la many moons. The results cf train
ing under an experienced manager.
wcro apparent. Ho demonstrated
that ho had tho goods and Is en;
titled to the respect of those whose
opinion of him bordered on zero af
ter hit first match with Swindler.
Swindler appearei to be poorly
trained and his exhibition was not
' on a, par with those of his previous
Hcfcrro Callcil Foul
Tho Evans - Herbert scheduled
eight-round go ended In the fourth
when nofcree Tom Walters called a
foul on Evans for swinging too low.
Witters did this, he said, after hav
ing previously warned Evans against
hitting low, butlng and hanging on.
'This fight was a whirlwind affair
from "tho start, tho best on the card
by far. Kvans started out the agres
"sor. lie found he had no mean op
ponent, however, since Herbert
seemed well able to take care of
himself, and It seems safe io predict
that Herbert's chances would havo
been good for the decision haj the
bout gone eight rounds. Herbert
weighed 148 and Kvans 147.
In the Harmon-Daw match, the
latter was outclassed from the first.
Daw took tho count of nine In the
first. In the second ho swung
wildly and seldom connected. In the
third he did a little better, also In
tho fourth anJ fifth, but at no time
had Harmon In danger. Early In the
first Daw got a claret noso that
proved troublesome. Tho youngster
appeared In excellent condition, how
over, and might havo shown up bet
ter In a 10 or IS round go, al
though In some of tho rounds Har
mon did not appear to extend him
self. Daw should devcllop into n
first-class tighter. Harmon weigh
ed HSV4 and Daw 149.
. The Itltchlo-PorrllarJ preliminary
was largely a farco, with everything
I'crrllard's way. Tho rufurco stopped
tho bout In tho third when Itltchle
stood helpless and Porlll.ird started
to pull his blows.
Tho absenco of tobacco smoke In
tho packed hall was a feature of the
evening. For once thi fans listened
to the ""no smoking" request; an?
gave tho boxer comparatively pure
air to breathe.
J. U. Swlnney, Illtchlo's manager,
today said that great credit was due
Swindler for his game battle. Swind
ler, he said, Is n clean boxer nnd a
worthy opponent. Ho also said that
Illtchlo entered tho ring with a frae-,
tured rib obtained In a training bout
with Kid Herbert.
Swindler will not lose the sight In ,
his eye. In the belief of the physl-'
clan who attended him.
Daw left the ring with a brok-'
en noio that will keep him out of
tho gamo for seme little, time.
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TAFFETA MARCHES AS ADVANCE
Guard of Spring's Fashions
You will want a San a i'I.ki- f r uc w th our i'u stilus stories.
Here i-ue to Mil pli Muir need
must he given to the guards for tho entlro 15 points by throwing
Honansa'n low score. six baskets ami three fouls.
Charles Grove threw nine baikets
for a total of IS points, and display
ed excellent floor work. Vernon
Mooru scored 14 points by throwing
six baskets and two fouls. Clifford
Horuo scored eight points by throw
ing four baskets. Petu Motschen
bacher scored tho other points by
throwing a basket.
Owen Itiddlc and Clarence Wiilch
starred for th0 Honanta team. Hid-
i dlo scored four points by throwing
The Klamath High Whites boy. 'our fou1'-' a,,d W.eIcU cor"1. th,!
KLAMATH HIGH FIVE
GAME FROM BONANZA
Easy Victory Won by Whites In
Second Series of County Inter-
Uils Houston starred for Honan
za. scoring 11 points by throwing
three baskets and flvn fouls. Wll
Intta Welch srored the two point
iy throwinji banket.
MAN PACKED ARSENAL
Tlimim ti'i-mv of Wivil rnilrrgue
i:iiinlmitlim A tier Threat
team won an easy victory over Do- olUer tw0 b' throw Ing a
I1UU14 W tUQ CkWMU BC1I wt mice
scholastic basketball games In the
county. Tho final score was 4 2 to
C. The Klamath Whites girls' team
won Its .first victory of the season
by defeating Bonanza by a narrow
margin, 15 to i3.
Tfce Klamath boys showed a
marked superiority over the Honan
za team from the start, although
tho ftrs't halt of tho game was
fought harder than tho last half,
tho halt ending 24 to C in Klam
ath's favor, Klamath used two
subs most of tho last half.
Three I'hyeri 1ott
Honanza lost thrco of hor star
plaers out of last year's cham
pionship team ,nnd as there are
only six boys In tho Honanza high
school, all of whom aro on the
team, they aro handlcappod consid
erably. Charles drove, Vernon Mooro nml
Clifford Hoguo starred fur tlio
Klamath team, while duo credit
YltKKA. fa! . Hoe. 23. Thonuii
('race is 111 ,thu cguuty Jail awaiting
an examination as to his sanity a
a ronsequencc of his peculiar actions
at Weed th- first of thi week Ai
The girls' game was close In both ro,jing to i.erlff A. 8 Culkins, who
halts, Klamath being three .points nrrciud b m in lit room at the
ahead at tho end ot each. Wtol ho'i t.ra-' had sovcral ra-
Ilonnle I.ucas was ttie Individual :. two hammer a loadud re
star for tho Klamath team, scoring -ur on' a ti hi row -driver
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5i If ' V r i I ' W
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V V y r
THE AVOMAN'S STORE AGAIN FIRST
Showing Taffeta Dresses in Our Windows
t'nrrlnl by the moinr'i'uiii nf iH.nvi-ii mi n ii iiidMni; T''e Woiunn's Hlnrr
ng.utl It alilo to irvi Its iimtiiincin (iml In iirioriluiHn Willi lis pnllir We lieltevn
tho wnmrii of Hoilllirrii On gun appreciate an enlalillshlili'iii ot thene principle and
aro making tvery effort to merit thn lriintndoii rimiiM nnd iii'prrrl.itloii nr
corded ii Now rnmi't the - Spring Htylii of Talfeta ilri'm dlieet from New
Yolk, authorized by faMiloudom nd approved by eei illnurlnilnalliig woman of
wearing nparrel today
Taffru dresses for Spring are appearing in (om llrowns and blues aro tho
forenioat colors In Taffein for il.n- wonr The t In of the models keopn rather run
sisimtly to tint seml-fliti'd hodlco mitt full nklrt Helf trimming In tho way of
lurhltigs. timings, flowrr. and binding prottdu stmpl,, and youthful offects; hut
ho me contrast Is alwuys added ThU may lie in thn foini of lace thu berthn, fur
Instance or velvet ilbbons In ronirnsliiii; rnlors
Kmbroldory Is effnlhily um-il on taffeta. nln un'UI ilim.nU nnd braid. Such
M A brief donrrlptlon of tlum new dn-nes utlil are sum lo ln of great Interest to
In the Newly Arrived are About 36 Dresses
With Uniform Pricings. $19.50 and $12.75
ttr Hjk 90 T
ii ,i'ii i'ts,i ihmiiii ry frr " r"orJXs.
TRUTH IN ADVERTISING
Greeting and Best Wishes
The best of the Season's wishes is extended to our
many customers and friends
Wishing You a
Very Merry Christmas
Prosperous, Happy New Year
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515 Main Street
, At this time of the year the Christmas spirit should prevail with all
of us. Let us join in our support for a better Klamath County, forgetting
the difficulties of the past and working in harmony for the future
Again we wish you a "MerryChristmas" and assure you that our in
terests are always for the prosperity and development of our community
and its people.
"I Ain't Mad at Nobody