Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, August 21, 1942, Page 11, Image 11

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WHAT'B NEW
An Inkllnii of wlmt may be
(ho KUIIH nnilo slutlonta' lot
thoao conilnu awiineiiliira li In
I'urporntcd In bull (rum Kl.
Mnry a prcfllKlit acliool which
IIhU itovmi-polnt prouram for
"tifvnlnplnii mammwcr phyal
cully (It or inodurn wur tic
lien." Which It:
1. That statawlda (thay'ra
ulvocattng It In Cli(ornli)
Qrray ba mod ol prassnt
phyalcal and haallh aducatton
program! with view toward
graalar amphaita on aaaanllal
phyalcal training and athlatlo
actlrUlai.
2, That at Wait ona hour
a day ol phyalcal aducatlon
acllvltlaa ba provldad In tha
aacondary (high) achoola.
9. That thorough phyalcal
and dantal axamtnatlona ba
glvan aach yaar to alt atu
danta. with adaquata follow
up aarvlcaa.
4. That intarcollaglata and
tntaracholaatlc athlata compe
tition ba contlnuad lor tha
duration.
t. That prograaalva taata
ba glvan Involving agility,
atrangth and anduranca.
8. That laclllllaa lor awlm
mlng and llla-aavlng tnatruc
fen ba rantad by achoola that
Tfo not hava poola,
7. That inatructlonal nutri
tion program ba coordlnatad
with auparvlaad lunch aarvlca.
With now Klamath I'hynlcnl
Education Director Joe I'eok
cm o( the 101 clvlllnn grnclu.
utra of the two-week school,
you may thercforo expect that
iom or maybo all of the aeven
point will b made nn Integral
part of the KUIIS conditioning
plan.
The program la being advo
cated, we've noted, (or Cali
fornia and. If only bocauae El
don Jen n of the Portland
school system, Spec Kcene of
Willamette, and several other
guys of Oregon wore present,
dnot a long-odds guess that
same thing will ba accepted
throughout most of this state.
HERE AND THERE DEPT.
Hum Achcson, for the past
several seasons Mcdford high's
basketball, track and anslslant
football coach, Is living here In
town as an onrollco of the civil
inn pilot training program. His
present plan Is to become a fly
lug Instructor, llu'll bo around
until November soma time and
mayhnp will do some grid of
ficiating this autumn.
Rubs in 1037 was granted a
leave of absence at Mcdford
and tried to enlist In the army
air corps at Randolph Field
only to be turned down because
of bad teeth. Since then he's
dono privalo (lying. With him
are Mrs. Russ and a young 'un
. . . Dan Bowcrman, brother of
Bill of Medford and who's with
the United Press In San Fran.
Vo, dropped In yesterday,
smd Bill Is athletic and rccrca
tlon director at Fort Lnwton in
Seattlo . . ,
. . . Quoting Carlton Moore
of the Longvlcw Dally News,
"Tho (Longvlow) Lumberjacks
will groot their new coach
(Buck Hammer) on Saturday
afternoon, August 20, when the
boys will roport to get their
pigskin duds and prepare for
the Intensive training campaign
that Hammer will launch the
(allowing Monday."
Buck Is also .quoted as say'
lug that Longvlew fans will en
Joy much bettor brand ol
football this season as the re
suit of the army ban on night
contests. He says that prep attv
lctcs day better ball In day.
light than can ba expected
whort they ara required to per
form at night,
anarum Favored in
Lions Gate Golf
Tourney in B. C.
VANCOUVER, B. C Aug. 21
(CP) Par seemed sure ol a
beating today as nearly 200 con
tostants lined up for the start
of the Lions Oatn open golf
tournament at the Shaughnessy
HelahU Oolf club. Gallery re-
eclpts from tho thrcedoy affair
go to the benevolent fund of the
Royal Canadian Air Force.
Public choice as winner of top
money is Lloyd Mangrum of Los
Angeles, who didn't do anything
to dispell this Impression yester
day when ho toured tho course
with a 6B, four under par. Ho
plays this afternoon with Stan
Leonard of Vancouver, Canadian
professional champion, and John
"Mysterious' Montague of Hoi
lywond.
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DREW'S MANSTOflE
AiikuhI 21, 1 042
Twilight Ball May Kill
Pacific Coast Circuit
OWL
Handful of Fans Turn Out in League's 4
First Contests Under Dim-Out Order
RAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 21 P) The war-decreed Inaugura
tion of twilight baseball in tha
light turnout In more ways than one.
Out went the lights last night in Sun Frunclsco'x Seals'
stadium on tho first pitch of the
thousands of fans to other spots
where a league gumo was played.
Hcuttlo, which beat I'orllund 8-5
by an oven closer murgln at Seattle, had tho only hopeful ex-
Weekend
Fishing
Prospects
PORTLAND, Aug. 21 P)
Oregon fishing prospect range
from good In only a few places
notably the Deschutes river to
very poor, the state game com
mission's bulletin said today.
The report by counties In
cludes:
Lano All streams In tho Flor
ence areu ara good; SUtcaos,
Mercer and Woahlnk lakes fair
for buss; angling in Eugono uroa
poor; some fulr boss catches In
Willamette near Junction City,
Coos No catches reported In
northern part; angling in south
ern part Is fair; catflshlng con
tinues fair In the Coqullle river.
Jackson A few salmon still
being caught In Rogue river;
trout and steelhead angling In
Rogue good.
Josephine Angling poor,' al
though a few good steelhead
were taken above Grants Pass
on the Rogue with flies. Large
schools of steelhead observed at
mouths of Gallce and Taylor
creeks, but they have not been
responding to lures.
4500 Expected to
Watch Twilight
Contest at Salem
SALEM. Aug. 2t W) About
4,100 persons were expected to
attend - Salem's nrst twuigm
baseball game tonight when the
Salem and Spokane baseball
teams resume their series to de
termine who sholl occupy the
cellar of the Western Interna
tlonal league.
Tonight will be union labor
night, and the entertainment will
range from a clown to a con
gressman. Part of the receipts will be
given to tho United Service or
ganizatlons.
College Football Contributing
Cash, and Muscles, to Services
By HAROLD CLAASSEN
NEW YORK, Aug. 21 (P)
College football, which one
coach said made its biggest war
contribution "In turning out
well-conditioned young men for
the country's armed forces," also
Intends to help financially.
Already the University of
Oklahoma has dipped Into Its
athletic funds for a $50,000 war
bond, Ohio Stat has promised
$25,000 and the military and
naval academies have sold the
broadcast rights for their game
for $100,000 with tha sum going
to the two services' relief funds,
an Associated Press survey dis
closes. The Ohio State contribution
Is to bo a part of tho Big Ten
plan In which the nino football
playing members of that circuit
havo promised to earmark all
receipts above expenses for over
seas touchdowns. Ohio State
later announced that no matter
how small ita grid profits might
be, Its check would bo for at
least $25,000.
Virtually every school Is plan
ning to aid financially, some
how, although none knows if
the sport will ba played in 1043,
and every ono knows that foot-
FILMS
Developed and
Printed
25c
Any t or xposure tell.
Reprints 3c each.
In at 10:30 Out at SiOO
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1031 Main St.
I'AGIS ELEVEN
Pacific Coast league brought a
eighth Inning. And out went
than the bull parks every
and tho approuch of darkness
-pinnutlon. Only 1,001 funs,
many of whom ate cold box sup-
pers, wero In tho stands in con
trast with 3.2.'i:i at the last night
game. But club officials pointed
out there was a special army re
lief program at nearby Long-
acres raco truck.
In Sun Francisco, where fans
vainly have been going to night
games this week for a sight of
PA0IPI0 COAIT LSAOUf
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Vii Ahfctlti M x:3 tun Tnu, tt 71 ,tvj
Karrainenlo al GO AH Oakland M 77
H-dltlr 7H AS .V.a lti.llywu.xj IU 70 .III.
San IH'io .711 Ml Portland il ,VA
Thuraday'a aMultfl
Saframnttt V. I Angrlra 4.
Oakland 7. ll'.llywo.Hl 1.
Sallla . Portland S.
the Seals licking Los Angeles,
Just that happened 0-4 but
only 1,007 customers saw It. The
night before a San Francisco
dofcat was witnessed by what
sports writers colled "a sl(m
crowd of 2,500." Lights, re
quired at yesterday's twilight
affair after the sixth Inning,
went off so abruptly in the
eighth under dlmout require
ments that few fans knew what
the final score was.
The appearance of only 504
twilight fans at Hollywood to see
Oakland win 7-1 so Jarred club
officials that they called off to
day's game while they swallow
ed hcadacho tablets and ponder
ed whether to stage any more
twilight encounters. They'll try
to lure the fans with a double
header Saturday.
Los Angeles has decided to
play nothing but day games.
Seattle's Business Manager,
Bill Mulligan, Is confident twl
light games can draw crowds.
Hollywood, for tho present,
agrees 6rily on ono thing what
Sherman suid about war.
ALBANY LACKS COACH
ALBANY, Aug. 21 P) Al
bany high sell- was out an
athletic head and the State Soft
ball association lacked Its di
rector today as Dwight Adams
received orders to rcpr- to the
navy.
He will bo an Instructor at
the pre-flight school at Chapel
Hill. N. C.
ball, In most cases, supports the
entire collegiate sports program.
. Georgetown and George Wash
ington, both located In Washing
ton, have combined on a plan
of sending 2500 tickets to a dif
ferent camp for each home game
and consigning another 1000 to
the capital city USO.
Duqucsne and Fordham have
announced that a 25 cent war
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Dom DslUaaandro, Cub outfielder, slid home safe as Cardinal
Catchtr Kan O'Dea dropped the
Chicago-St. Louis game at Chicago. Phil Cavarratta (44), Cub
outfielder, was waiting to bat when Dalleaaandro and Rip Ruasell,
Chicago lirat baaeman, attempted a double steal.
Wyatt Throttles N. Y.
Giants With One Hit
Dodgers' Lead Boosted to 7 Games;
Boston Red Sox Wallop Yanks, 7-4
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By AUSTIN BEALMEAR
Associated Press Sports Writer "--j..'
The Brooklyn Dodgers still have a little matter to settle with
the St. Louis Cardinals before they will be ready for the world
series, but their ace right-hander, Whitlow Wyatt,- is as fully
prepared for the October classic
Wyatt, who never has pitched a no-hit game in his dozen
years around the major leagues, came as close as possible with
out actually achieving it yester- :
day when ho let the New York
Gianta down with one blow as
the Dodgers triumphed, 2-1, in
a twilight-arc light game.
The victory, opening an im
portant four
game scries,
boosted the
Dodgers' Na
tional League
lead to seven
games over the
Cardinals, who
were idle.
- In the only
other National
League game,
the Cincinnati
Reds snapped a
six-game losing
Whitlow Wyatt
streak and, crccped up on the
stamp must be purchased before
the person with a pass will be
allowed to enter the stadium,
a plan which probably will be
come nationwide. '
Another practice which will
be almost nationwide Is that of
letting uniformed men - obtain
seats at cut rates. Almost all
schools have set 50 cents as the
price for a ticket to service men.
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bRck the Pittsburgh Pirates, 5-3
The Boston Red Sox, refusing
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flag to New York's front-running
defending champs, walloped the
Yankees, 7-4, and rounded out
a four-game series with three
triumphs.
At the other end of the junior
circuit, the Philadelphia Athlet
ics took a doubleheader in their
cellar scries with the Washing
ton Senators
A 17-hit attack on three
Washington pitchers gave the
Athletics the opener, fl-2, and
sent Buck Newsom to his 16th
defeat as -Russ Christopher
hurled seven-hit ball for Phila
delphia. The nightcap went 12 innings
before the A's triumphed, 6-1.
The Chicago White Sox came
from behind with six runs In the
fifth inning to stop the St. Louis
Browns, 8-5, in a night game.
Johnny Humphries hurled seven
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NEW YORK, Aug. 21 Looks
as If the two all-star teams will
have to play all the army's "big
league football this season. .'
Yesterday's order cancelling
competitive football for the air
corps technical training schos!
not only wiped out the Kocsler
field program, which looked like
the most ambitious of them all,
but it provided a hint as to what
may be going on in other branch
es. . . . Maybe you noticed that
Camp Lcc, Va scheduled several
good college teams then called
the wuule iiiiug uii lu concen
trate on Intra-camp sports; and
Camp Shelby, Miss., cancelled
its program, which included a
tussle with the Cleveland Rams
when it was suddenly discovered
that maneuvers were due in mid-
season. . . . And Fort Knox, Ky.,
still hasn't landed a "name"
coach although it has a schedule
and the team is practicing. . . .
Incidentally, the Keeslcr field
boys had it all figured out how
they could play without taking
any mechanics away from their
training chores and they figured
on raising $80,000 for army re
lief.
ONE-ROUND KNOCKOUT
As a golfer, Fred Apostoll ap
parently throws as many hooks
as he ever did in the ring. .
Fred played a round with Sam
Sncad down at the Norfolk naval
training station the other day
and afterward he confessed: "I've
never felt so lonesome in my
life. . . . Sam was straight down
the middle and I was all over
the course by myself."
Caps Tighten
Hold on WIL
League Lead:
By The Associated Press
: The Vancouver Capilanos
strengthened their hold on the
Western International' Baseball
league top spot last night with
an 11-4 victory over the failing
Tacoma Tigers as. Roy Bryant
pitched a five-hit ' farewell ap
pearance for the Caps at Van
couver.
The Canadian batsmen pound
ed Tacoma's Del Holmes for 15
hits, bunching most of them In
the seventh inning for six runs,
while the Tigers enjoyed only
one good inning, the third, off
Bryant. The Cap pitcher left
the team today preparatory to
joining the United States army
air .corps. . .
At Spokane, the in-and-out
Indians bounced back Into the
win column with a 6-1 trounc
ing of the Salem Senators to
even the series there at two each.
- Front Runners
By Trt Associated Prtt
AMERIOAN LEAOUI
BATT1NO WUHflTiifl, Boton, .Ml; Oor
don. N.w York, .337.
Willi ami. Boatoa, 103; Di.Mag
glo. New York. 83.
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bftrdl. Iloflon, ,325, t
KUXS-Ott New York, S8; Reiser,
Itrooklyn, 78. '
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Shank in
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Sugar Ray
Colorado Cowboy Gets Big
Chance in Robinson Bout
NEW YORK, Aug. 21 (fP) A
few months ago Reuben Shank
of Fort Morgan, Colo., was a lit
tle-known boxer competing in
mid-western rings. Shortly after
10 p. m. tonight he may bo mere
ly a little-known boxer who
worked his way
pvnnl in Mnrii-
")t ' son Square Gar
j,''t . I dcn r be may
. : rj be one of the
I'mAn nf thf wpI.
yS&Ss Jttcrweight divi-
l S & a Tnnlffhl Shank
v&umi',''"$ ,accs Sugar Ray
-V y $ Robinson, the
UM-y lanKy "arlem
IteMiM" Wh0,
has tapped out
33 consecutive professional vic
tories with his fists. It the Colo
rado cowboy can break Robin
son's string or even put a no
ticeable dent in it, he will be in
line for more lucrative fights.
Shank merged from obscur
ity a few months ago when he
gained a surprise victory over
ex-Champion Fritzie Zivic in
Minneapolis. Fritrip at?r r
versed that one, but he claims
Reuben is a tough one to handle,
mainly because he's a "no style"
fighter who swarms all over his
opponents and because he's as
strong in the tenth round as he
Is In the first.
Before coming east, Shank
won a close one from Henry
Armstrong, former triple-champion
who is trying a comeback
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WASHINGTON, Aug. 21 (VP)
All competitive football sched
uled at army schools where air
corps mechanics get their train
ing have been cancelled in an
order possibly presaging further
cuts in the widespread military
sports program. ., ....
Major General Walter-' 8.
Weaver, commanding . general,
wrote the several-score school .
heads under his command, that
inter-school or inter-camp foot-,
bull wouid interfere ioo much
with the urgent training ol tech
nicians needed for the air force.
A war department officer
speaking anonymously repre
sented Weaver ai feeling 'that
the men "couldn't be good -football
players and at the same tima
learn to be good mechanics" -m
the six weeks' time allotted- . to
their courses. . '. '
Commander Gene ' Tunney,
navy director of 'physical'traiii
ing, also has come out for elim
ination of spectator sports in .
fhp sprvtrp and I7nrtrtriMcri?y' -of
War Patterson said yesterday;
in commenting on ' Tunney
stand, that constant study was
being given the cutting down' of
such activities.
There has been no effort't
eliminate intra-mural sports,
such as games between units of
one command. .' J'
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