The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, April 26, 1934, Page 6, Image 6

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    PACE 8IX
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
April 2(1, 1934
Pro Football
League
Will Form
Coast Organization Al
ready Underway in
; California. Eight Cities
' to Purchase Franchises.
Schedule Will Not Con
flict With Colleges.
Athletes of tbs Pacific Coast
conference this year will bsve
an opportunity to go directly
into professional football.
An organization In Califor
nia has taken the lead In de
veloping "post-graduate" foot
ball In a region producing some
of the finest lnter-collegiate
stars In the country, and this
circuit Till play Its first games
next fall. It will mean that
the coast will be able to retain
some of the conference all
atars who, under other cir
cumstances, would go to the
mid-West and Atlantlo coast
professional leagues.
The professional football bug
arrived on the Pacific coast
last, winter when the Chicago
Boars, champions of 193$,
came west for a series of games
in Los Angeles and San Fran
clso. So enthusiastic was the re
ception for the money game,
with its thrilling open play,
that promoters Immediately got
bold of the idea it should be
made permanent.
At present, here Is the pos
sible lineup for the new organ
isation: Los Angeles,
Bollywood.
Long Beach
San Diego.
Santa Barbara.
Fresno.
Bakersf leld.
Ban Jose.
Stockton.
Sacramento.
San Francisco.
Oakland.
Portland..
Seattle.
e
Those at least are the cities
seeking franchises. The num
ber will be cnt down to eight,
probably with the coast base
ball towns taking the most at
tractive contracts.
The .new league, already in
corporated under the laws of
California, will play its sched
ule on week nights and on Sun
days. It has been definitely an
nounced there will be no con
flict with the lnter-collegiate
schedule.
The schedule will be played
in two halves. The first half.
it is expected, will end about
the time the conference games
close. The teams will then be
permitted to engage a limited
nnmber of graduating college
players to strengthen tbeir
combinations tor the second
half race. -i
The championship contest
between the .first and second
half winners will be played
either late in January or early
in February.
Browning Stops
Big Daviscourt
LOS ANGELES, April 26, (U.R)
Jim Browning, 230, Verona,
Mo., retained his claims to the
world's wrestling championship
when he threw Dick Daviscourt,
220, Glendale, Calif., In straight
falls. .
Other results: Leo Numa, 215,
Seattle, drew with George Zary
noff, 105, New York; Jack Zar
nas, Greece, threw Jack Manuel,
205, Los Angeles; Paul Jones,
216, Houston, threw Cy Williams,
230, Florida, . -.
BILLY WALLACE WI.V8.
OAKLAND, Calif., April 21.
CP) Billy Wallace, 134-potmd
Cleveland fighter, pounded out a
one-sided decision over Andy Bun
dy, 134, Oakland negro, in their
ten-round match here last night.
Wallace floored Bundy twice, the
last time Just before the final
gong.
WOOD
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BROODER COAL That same
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Fnol Oil, Dlcsal Oil, Furnace
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KLAMATH BILLIARDS
BOXING
Los Angeles Increases
Lead in Coast Base
ball Race,
(By the Associated Press)
Los Angeles walked oft with the
1933 Coast League pennant, sold
outfielder "Tut" Sialnback to the
Chicago Cubs and broke up the
circuit's best pitching staff by
sending Buck Newsom to tbe St.
Louis Browns and Wyn Ballon
and Leroy Herrmann to San Fran
cisco.
Despite this. Manager Jack Leli-
velt has a 1934 pennant contend
er that is setting one of the fast
est early season paces In the lea
gue s history.
Sacs Shut Out.
Louis Garland shut out Sacra
mento with eight hits Wednes
day, 5 to 0, to boost the Angels
victory total to 19 against 4 de
feats. As in their previous games
thlB year, the Los Angeles bats
men backed up tine pitching with
plenty of power at the plate.
Frank Demaree, rlghtflelder and
the league home run leader,
clouted bis tenth circuit wallop
of tbe season In leading a S-b.it
assault on Paul Gregory.
At Seattle Johnny Bablch won
his own game for the Missions
by singling in the ninth and go
ing home on Bud Hafey's single.
Bablch limited tbe Indians to 7
hlu in hurling the Reds to a I
to 1 win. The San Franciscans
nicked Howard Craghead for 12
safeties. Babe Dalgren accounted
for the first Mission tally with a
sixth-inning home run.
Ducks Again Idle.
Sao Francisco made rt two
straight over Oakland ( to 0, as
Sad Sam Gibson pitched a mas
terful 4-hlt game, striking out
nine of the opposing batters. Gib
son s three singles gave mm a
tie for the day's hitting honors
with First' Baseman Jack Fenton
of the Seals. Mike Salinsen, Louis
McEvoy and Ray Kremer all took
turns in the Oakland box.
Rain forcing postponement of
the Hollywood-Portland game,
President Tom Turner took steps
to bolster his cellar Beavers by
signing George Burns, tormer
Seattle manager and first sacker.
Four Teams in
Tie for First
Place Position
By the Mills senior league base
ball defeating Pelican 12 to 11
in a game played Wednesday af
ternoon four teams were placed
in a tie for first standing with
two games won and one game
lost. Besides Pelican and Mills,
Fremont and Riverside are also
vielng for the top notch standing.
Tbe Mills team scored 1Z rnns
and 9 hits off Gioranini and Bel
lotti, pitchers for Pelicans. Ward
and Weber were catchers for Pel
ican. Pelican got eight hits oft
Archie Huff of Mills for a total
of 11 runs. McCormlck was
catcher for Mills. Huff struck
out eight batters.
In three times at bat Weber
got two three-bag runs.
Demo Leaders Not
to Aid Tammany
WASHINGTON, April 26, (U.R)
James A. Farley, . postmaster
general and national democratic
chairman, told questioners to
night that - neither he nor the
Roosevelt administration would
attempt to influence choice of
a successor to John F. Curry,
ousted leader of Tammany Hall.
That decision was confirmed
from . . another authoritative
source after the New York situa
tion was reviewed in all its
phases in conversations between
Edward J. Flynn, democratic
leader of the Bronx, and Colonel
Louis McHenry Howe, White
House secretary.
Portland to Stage
' Water Carnival
PORTLAND, Ore., April 26,
(UP) Plans for a daylight water
carnival with a program of events
to be staged on the Willamette
river as one of the sports features
of the Rose Festival and the an
nual convention of the Canadian
Legion were outlined here today,
The Rose Festival and the Le
gion convention are to be held
here concurrently June 11 to 14.
A sports critic says Primo Car
nera Is not so easy to hit ss he
used to be. He must have gone
on a diet.
AKtlNA
Bouts Start 8:80 P.M.
ANGEL HUHLER
BLANKS SOUS
Sporting"
BASKETBALL
Temperamental aTenniseer
. v f .!... ..":
S ' - - :- " ?; -
Big, blond Lea Stoefen Is an
artist at the game of tennis
and he has the artistic tem
perament, too. Here we see
Uncle Sam's hope in Davis Cup
competition this year indulging
In a fit of racquet throwing in
a recent tournament at Hous
ton) Tex. Stoefen throws his
racquet wildly after failure in
various departments of his
game.'
Baer, Hoffman
Arrive Monday
for Training
NEW YORK. April 26. (DP)
Maxle Baer and his manager. An
ell Hoffman, are expected to ar
rive in New York Monday. They
will inspect Immediately several
possible sites tor Baer's training
camp.
Hoffman telephoned from Des
Moines, la., to Jimmy Johnston at
Madison Square Garden, assuring
Johnston that Maxle is already
rounding Into shape for his title
bout with Primo Camera on June
14. He Is nsing exhibition bouts
on the current tour for condition
ing purposes.
Hoffman ' said Atlantic City,
Asbury Park, N. J.; Speculator,
N. Y., Madame Bey's training
camp in New Jersey, and the
Flagler resort at Fallsburg, N.
Y., were possible training sites.
Orangemen Defeat
. California Team
BERKELEY. Calif.. April 26.
UP) Oregon State college's polo
team held a 3 to 2 victory over
the University of California mallet-swingers
here today.
The Oregonlans, led by Hedg
pth and Pangle, defeated Cali
fornia in a six-chukker contest in
a slow field yesterday. Pangle
made the winning goal in the last
chukker.
Trotsky en Route
to Switzerland
BARBIZON, France, April 26,
(DP) Leon Trotsky will reach
Berne, Switzerland, next Mon
day on bis way back to exile in
Turkey, it was reported tonight.
The former Bolshevik leader re
mained in a secret hideout, hav
ing been removed from his villa
bere, near Paris, by the secret
police to prevent his assassina
tion by whit Russian enemies.
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HUNTING
Wrestling Results
(By United Press)
At Minneapolis Ake Kashey,
Warren, O., 208, threw Matros
Karllenko. Russia, 210, In 37
minutes; Pat O'Shocker, Salt Lake
City, 220, threw Jim Cottield,
Kansas City, 208, In 27 minutes,
At New York Rldgewood
Grove Abe Colemsn, Los An
geles, threw Hans Kampfer, Ger
man; Tony Colesano, Italy threw
unaney weob, Brooklyn; Bull
Komar, Lithuania, threw Jim
Henry, Oklahoma; Rudy Dusek,
Omaha, threw EH Fischer, New
York; Casey Columbo. Califor
nia, drew with Joe Shimkns, Lith
uania. At Newark, N. J. Ssndor
Szabo, Hungary, threw Joe Du
sek, Omaha; Lulgi Bacigalupl,
New York, threw Oscar Holm
berg, Sweden; Henry Graber, Ger
many, threw Henry Piers, Hol
land; Jim McMillen, 111., threw
Andy Rascher, Ind.
II o More Fleas
On Cat or Doe!
Here's a quick, sure way to
get rid of the fleas without harm
ing yonr pet: Simply sprlnkls
the animal with Bu-hach, sift
ing the powder lightly through
tne fur.
Then watch the fleas roll offl
For they hats Bu-bach, and no
wonder It Is sure death to in
sect pests.
Bu-hach li safe and cheap
keeps pets healthier and free
from fleas.
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GOLF
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Navajo Brave Appears
At Legion Hall on
Friday Night.
Novelty and ability will be
combined Friday night when
Chief Little Wolfe, Navajo Indian
from Denver, meets Billy Ed
wards of Kansas City In a main
event wrestling matoh at the Le
gion nan.
Tbe redskin brave Is somethlni
of a combination of Frank Clem
ens, Ysaul Joe. Bunny Martin
and Okanagon Charlie, according
to Mace itinera, toe promoter.
These mat athletes were all In.
dlans and each won considerable
popularity In their Klamath Falls
appearanoea. '
This is Chief Wolfe's first
show at tbe Legion ball and the
tnird in a row for the Dsnvsr
butcherboy.
Edwards has not been defeated.
although he was hard presssd for
victory against Bob Kruse of
Portland last week.
Llllard has not yet announced
the selection of a referee for Fri
day's program. Ray Friable, res-
ular third man In ths ring, will
appear In the curtain raiser
against Joe Shaw of Montana.
A re-matoh will be one of the
features of the card when Paul
Murdoch of Oklahoma meets Wal
ter Slrols of Frsnce In the 45
mlnute seml-wlndup. Murdoch
won from the Paris athlete in a
half-hour match last week.
The event wss so Dooulsr Lll
lard immediately signed them for
a sscond eneonnter.
Wolfe, Edwards
Win at Portland
PORTLAND. Anr.l 9A tSA A
hnck WKtrri Inner frnm ha Ani.s
brought the deciding fall to Billy
nawara aera jsbi mgni m nit
match with Charlie Hansen.
Edwards. I0O. Kan fit
landed on top when hit hold on
tha ronei wn nrtA nnA Kw IT ri
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Chiropractic Deadlocks brought
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A fotlt In ftflsB stsWtnntl eMMetd
brotaerht rhlff f.fm Wolf ioa
Trinidad, Colo., a win from Ed
HelwfsT. 111. San WannlarA Pat
Reflly, 110, Boston, San Diego.
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HE'S MISSING!
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Tbe mysterious, disappearance
ot Frank Pearoe,' above, Phila
delphia Phillies' moundsman,
has caused Jimmy Wilson,
Phils' manager, to ask aid of po
lice In searching for him.
Pearoe, after packing bla bag to
accompany bla club to New
Tork for the odenlng of tbe
season, failed to show op. No
trace of blm has bsen found.
Young Corbett
Favorite to Win
From Easterner
SAN FRANCISCO. April 28.
(UP) Young Corbott III, Fres
no, former welterweight cham
pion, wss a slight favorite to win
bis second fight In middleweight
ranks here Monday night when
he meets Young Terry of Tren
ton, N. J., In a 10-round bout.
Changing the appelatlon the
Trenton Bustsaw" to the "Tren
ton BUlygoat," Larry White, Cor
bott s manager, assailed the as
sertod butting habit of Young
Terry In training on the theory
that Terry would attempt It In
the ring. White said "Uabe" An
derson quit as Terry's spsrrlng
partner bocause "he was butted
all around the ring." White also
demanded that Terry bo made to
weigh In Saturday to make the
157-pound limit.
Corbett displayed more aggres
siveness than heretofore in train
ing, dropping one sparring op
ponent to tho csnvas for a long
count and slashing up the fea
tures of snother.
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FISHING
BOSTON BRAVES
Sill POWER
Brooklyn Goes Down to
Defeat Wednesday;
Chicago Wins.
lly Hugh H. Kullorlon, Jr.
(Associated Press Writer)
Dusplto the manlfost difficul
ties o( having to got slong with
out Rabbit Maranvllle, who Is
aomolhlng of an Institution as
second baneman and "sparkplug"
of ths llraves, Bill McKxrhnle
and bis club are acting as If they
lntumlvd to go places In the Na
tional Loan uo.
Cubs Win Again.
The llraves swung Into their
stride Sunday when limy gave the
Dlants their first defeat of ths
aensnn, and since then they have
added a pair ot victories over tin
Dodgers to go Into a tie with
Brooklyn for fourth place In the
standing. They spotted the boys
from Klatbush four runs In the
Weilnotiday encounter then rode
up from bohlnd on Hal Lot's slug
ging lo win (-4.
The Chicago Cubs continued
their perfeot slsrt-of-seasnn by
downing the Cincinnati Reds (
to 1 lor their s'venth consecu
tive triumph. Except for I'sl Ma
lone, who hurled sin-hit ball, the
Cuba dldn t do a lot to help them
selves but the tdi made sure of
losing by committing five errors.
The Now York Yankees, still
In the unfamiliar role ot a "lilt-
less" club, cuutlnund to furnish
the American League hoadllnes
by trimming the Alhlotlca 1 to 1
and going to the top ot tho stand
ing. The Yanks got only sli hits
off young Alton llanton and Bob
Kline but bespectacled Danny
MacFayden hurled expertly and
Denton's wlldness In the fourth
started a two-run rally.
Tlgt'rs UefeataHl.
Detroit and Cleveland wound
up In a second place tie as the
Indiana defeated the St. I.oul
Drowns 5-1 snd Chicago's White
Sox handed the Tigers s 1-1 set
back. Cold weather forced post
ponement of the Boston-Waahlni-
ton clash In the American League
and the St. Louls-Plttsburgh snd
New York-Philadelphia games in
the National.
TED COX WINS
SEATTLE, April 16, W) Tod
Cox, 230, Lodl, Calif., won the
odd fall of a wrestling bout from
Howard Cantonwlne. J35. Des
Moines, here Isst night.
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Former Seattle
Maiwer Joins
Portland Team
PORTLAND, April it, (U.R)
Blgnlng of Ueorxo Burns, former
Hostile and Mission manager, snd
rolosin of Frank Itsgland, pitcher,
snd frank I'sokard, oulfloldor,
wero doveloptnents In ths Port
land baseball situation,
Burns, released as iniiuagur
last week at Hostile In favor of
Waller "Dutch" Iteuthor, was
signed as a first baseman to ro
place Karl Sheoly, Shuoly, ac
cording to presont plant, will be
drafted behind the plalo to aid
Frank Cox with Heaver calulilug
duties.
Hnglaml. obtained from the
Philadelphia Nationals In ths
desls which sent ilonry "Prince"
Dana to the majors, failed In
show much stuff with the Heavers
after winning one game agaliial
Los Angelus during ths tint week
of the season.
Packard failed to hit as aspect
ed, and was shunted In turn from
utility Inflalder lo utility out
fielder to a relesss slip.
Davis Cup Stars
in Semi-Finals
HOT 8 THINGS, Vs., April !.
(U.R) The four candidates for Hi"
Dsvlt Cup team Francis X,
Hhloldt, Lester Btoefon, Wllmor
Allison and Johu Van ityn ad
vanced to the senil-tlnsls of tho
Virginia state tenuis tonrnsuioiit.
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