Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, May 09, 1947, Page 8, Image 8

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    The Barrel Still Rolls Out
Two-Ton Tony Galento. down to hU Ut 265 pounds. has rollfd out
the barrel lor wreatllnf- nrtff, after HMm in Kind of doiujh his boilng
. contemporary,' Prlmo Camera. draffin down In contraU of science
end skill. '-
Beavers Again Reach
.500 Win-Lose Mark
Br The Associated Press
A rocket buster named Gus Zer
nlal has added new luster to the
Hollywood Stars.
While the Stars arent exactly
shooting as yet the Pacific Coast
league table lists them sixth they
flashed with five runs In a ninth
Inning rally last night to down the
Los Angeles Angels, 9-8. and take a
two games to one series lead.
And it was the 220-pound Zernial
who slugged one over the left field
wall with two men aboard for the
winning tallies.
It was big "Goose's" third hit of
the night, bringing his batting mark
to .412 for eight games, in which he
has driven In 12 runs. His 14 blows
since Joining the Stars last week in
clude three doubles, a triple and
two homers.
The defeat did not knock the
Angels out of first place as the San
Francisco Seals, tied with the Angels,
also lost. The San Diego Padres
edged the Seals. 4-3, in 11 innings.
While the leaders were slipping,
third ' place Sacramento also
skidded, taking a l-t shellack
ing from Portland. Beaver Left
hander Roy Helser whiffed nine
and scattered seven blows while
his mates touched Ken Holcombe
for 13. The win brought fifth place
rertland ap to Jbt and only three
behind the pace-setters.
HOT RETURN FIGHT
ON KFLW TONIGHT
Al Guido, busy Harlem lightweight,
tonight attempts for the second time
to halt the winning streak of Willie
Beltram (above) of the Bronx. Their
dash m New York is slated for ten
rounds. In a sizzler last March,
Guido sent the belting beauty to the
canvas twice. Willie, however, was
strong in the closing rounds and won
the split decision.
- Since doffing his Army uniform,
Beltram has set a blazing pace and
has rolled up an enviable record. A
victory over (juido would give bun
eighteen straight. He's a banging
puncher and boxing men know him ,
as a great finisher.
Guido is an experienced hand and
has a reputation for carrying de- .
struction in his fists especially for ,
young ambitions. He's strong, rug- ;
ged, durable and has never been i
knocked out.
Enjoy the excitement, blow-by-1
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In the cellar battle between
seventh-place Oakland and past
place Seattle, the Oaks nabbed an
other 11-lnning thriller. 3-2. on Les
Scarsella's triple scoring Ray Ham
rlck. It was a tough loss for Walt
Dubiel who allowed but five hits
while his mates made 11 off three
lungers, but couldn't bunch Vm.
Besides Scarsella's payoff poke,
however. Dubiel made the mistake
i of serving up home run balls to Mel
Duezabou and Vince DlMaggio.
The box:
SACRAMENTO
Runwy. c
T. Nelson. 2b . ...
Messner. 3b
Marty. It ..
Thompson, rt .
Zipay. lb
Pitxccrard. c
Walls. SI
Holcombt, p ..i-
AB R H OA
1
1
4 O 0 S
3
0
0 J I
3
4
3
3
4
3
0 0 3 0
0 0 3 0
0
I
xSloor
xxWarner
.10 0
Tolals 34 1 T 34 12
x Batted' for Ztpay In eth.
xx Batted for Holcomme tn 9th.
PORTLAND AB R H OA
Lator. If
2 0
Ratio, is
Escobar, cf
Storey. 3b .. ..
Radulovleh, 2b .
Reich, rf
Vleo. lb
Muratorc c ...
Helser, p
2
1
1
4
4
0 13 4
2 0
2 11
.3119
Totati ....
Sacramento
39 10 13 27 13
. 000 000 200 2
Portland
120 220 03x 10
SUMMARY Errors. Ztpay. Fitzgerald:
runs batted In, Lazor. Ratto 2. Vtco 2.
Wells, Ramsey. Muralore. Escobar: two
base hits. Storey. Vico. Ramsey, Ratto,
Escobar: three-base hits, Ratto. Wells,
Muratorc: stolen bases. Ramsey, Lasor,
Escobar. Fitzgerald; double plays. Nelson
to Ztpay. Ramsey to Messner. Nelson to
Wells to Zipay; left on bases. Sacramento
7. Portland 6; bases on balls. Helser 3.
Holcombe S; strikeouts. Helser 9, Hol
combe 4; earned runs, Helser 2, Hol
combe 9: wild pitch, Holcombe 1. Um
pires. Kobcr. Borski, Do ran. Time, 1:34.
Attendance. 1907.
Saddle Club Holds
Business Session
The Saddle club met this week for
its May business session at the home
of Blanche Harmon, with the new
president, Eliza McDonald, presid
ing. Elmer H. Balsiger. president of
the Klamath Rodeo association,
was present to request cooperation
of the club in the Fourth of July
rodeo celebration.
Plans for the big dance of the year
were generally discussed with a
tentative date set for June.
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By The Associated Prcn
Billy Sonthworth. malinger of the
Boston Braves, tried seven ex-members
of the world champion St.
Louis Cardinals In his lineup Inst
yesr and wound up In fourth "luce.
This yenr Billy's branched out a
bit. and the simrk tn his quest for
a Bcnntoxvn ting routes from the
seventh uliice Pittsburgh Pirate of
104 Bob Elliott.
Playing again" his former mate
yesterday. Elliott banged out two
doubles nnd two singles, and drove
In four runs vesterdny to lead the
Bravu to a 12-5 win over the Burs
in H'-ston.
Flllott was joined by rookie First
Baseman Karl Torgesun. who
hammered out his third home run
in as many games to aid Johnny
Beailey tn gaining the verilrt.
Reasley was making his first start
for the Braves since his purchase
from the Cardinals two weeks ago.
The Braves now have a record of
11 wins and six defeats, the same
as Chicago'. Brooklyn, with 10 vic
tories and five defeats, is even in
games won Mid lost, but still tetnlns
the top post by 30 percentage points.
The Cubs swept a double header
from the Phils in Philadelphia, each
by one-run margins. After winning
the opener 2-1 behind the nine-hit
pitching of Hank Wyse. the Bruins
staged a six-run eighth Inning rally
in the nlghtran to overcr me an early
Philadelphia lead and went on to
win 8-7. Andy Pnfko's two-run hom
er, his third of the sensnf, climaxed
the rally.
Hsrry (The Call Brethren, hero
of the IMS world series, pitched
the Cardinals to a s-1 victory over
the Dodgers In the first night
game of the season at Ebbets
field to enable St. Louis to take
the rubber game of the three
game series.
The Boston Red Sox moved with
in a half game of the top in the
American league by defeating the
Chicago White Sox. 3-0. In absorb
ing their second straight shutout,
the White Sox relinquished the
league lead to the idle Detroit Tigers
by 13 percentage points.
The Phlladeloh'a Athlet'cs land
ed the St. Ixjuis Browns their sixth
straight defeat 5-3 undr the light
at St. Louis to burv the Browns
deeper Into the American league
cellar. Henrv Malestle who won
Wednesday's game with a rome "in.
drove in two runs to heln Plnl
Mirchlldon gain his second mound
win.
Aee Relief Pitcher Ken TrinVIe
won his third ralrht rame with
the heln of Rookie Bobbv Thom
son as the New York Glnls eme
on with three mm In the e'ehth
inninr to subdue Cincinnati at
the Polo grounds 7-4.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
By The Associated Press
W. L.
Pet.
.579
.579
.526
.514
.500
.459
.447
.395
Los Angeles . ...
San Francisco ..
Sacramento
San Diego ,..
Portland
Hollywood
Oakland '. ...
Seattle
. 22
22
'. 20
. 18
. 18
17
17
15
. lesterdays Results
San Diego 4. San Francesco 3, '11
Innings.
Oakland 3. Seattle 2. II innings.
Hollywood 9. Los Angeles 8.
Portland 10, Sacramento 2.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W. L. Pet. I
Brooklyn 10 S .687
Boston 11 .647
Chicago 11 .647
Pittsburgh 8 .500
New York 6 8 .429
Philadelphia . 8 11 .421
Cincinnati 8 11 .421
St. Louis 5 12 .294
Yesterdav's Results
New YorK 7. Cincinnati 4.
Boston 12. Pittsburgh 5.
Chicago 2-8. Philadelphia 1-7.
St. Louis 5. Brooklvn 1 might) .
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W. L. t.
Detroit 9 6 .600
Chicago 10 7 .588
Boston 10 8 .556
! Cleveland :.. 7 6 .538
New York 8 8 .500
Washington 4 6 .500
' Philadelphia 7 10 .412
St. Louis 6 12 233
Yesterday's Results
Boston 3. Chicago f.
Philadelphia 5. St. Louis 3 (nighU.
New York at Cleveland, post
poned, cold weather.
Washington at Detroit, post
poned, cold weather.
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Just when President Ttuninn wns about to sink a bicuspid reputed
to bo his very own in a 36-pound kamlooita rainbow trout, believed to be
the biggest ever pulled out of the water by mortal man, a Canadian comes
up w ith a title about a kamtoon that makes a shrimp of the one caught
the other day in Idaho's far-famed Lake Pend Oreille.
Dr, Clifford Eitrl, director of the provincial museum at Victoria, B. C
snys that the largest kumloops on record was caught In Jewel lake In the
Slmllknmeeu district of British Columbia. It tipped the beam at M
pounds.
Dr. Curl didn't catch the fish, in fact, he never saw it. The le, with
ve:v little other duta. Is Just recorded In the files of the University of
British Columbia zoology department.
Francis (i. Whilrhause. outdoors writer, said In a book published
In Vancouver in IMS that 30 to 40 pounders had been taken at a
hatchery at Gerrurd. and that the largest kamloops on record at the
hatchery weighed over SO pounds. The largest caught on rod and line,
according to Whltehuuse, waa a 53-pounder hauled out of Premier
lake in the Kootcnays.
All (his doesn't detract from the fact that the 36-pound Pend Oreille
rainbow was a mngniflcent hunk of fish and we don't know of any trout
fisherman who wouldn't pop the buttons off his shirt to catch one half
Uiat size.
Snapp Wili Claim Oregon Title
i Ursnl "Oinger" Suiipp, the Merrill Marauder, Is scheduled to see a lot
i of fists tonight in what is probably one of the toughest tests the Klamath
county boy has run up against since going Into boxing for the money
i several months ago. Up at Portland Ursal Is main-eventing with Joey
I Alblna. Joey isn't a world beater, but he dors lay claim to the Oregon mid
dleweight crown and a win over him would enhance Snnpp's stature no
. end In Northwest swat circles.
Portland fight fanatics rale Alblna as a good scrapper, but one
I who ran bark-pedal with amaiing alacrity to keep from getting
measured for a punch. That attribute has made him a good atayer.
If he beats Alblna tonight. Snapp will claim the chimerical Oregon
; middleweight diadem, because he plans to enter the ring right on the
nose at 160. the true middleweight figure. Recently against Wayne Parker
he weighed 160'.. a big scale-down from the 167-173 range he had when
j he was fighting amateur bouts in the Klamath punch arena.
Phone Strike May Throttle Neai
According to word from radio station KFLW, the league baseball
games of the Klamath Sons will be aired this summer, starting with the
one coming up Sunday at Vreka provided, of course.- something happens
to the telephone strike.
To funnol Don Neat's rhetoric from the various ball parks of the
Northern California league to your loud sneaker, a leased telephone wire
is needed, and while the phone company has been extremely cooperative
with the newspaper and radio station during the strike period. I doubt If
even loquacious Neal can convince Chuck Seavey that a baseball play-byplay
constitutes an emergency.
TAG MATCH REPLACES
PLANNED MAT DOCKET
A hasty shift In the wrestling
line-up at the armory last night,
and Promoter Mack Llllard came up
with a perfectly enjoyable tag team
match that coursed on for an hour
with only one fall being accom
plished. In the opposing corners for the
team skullduggery were Pete Bel
castro and Herb Parks, one pair,
and Billy Weldner and Georges Du
setie, the other.
The match opened fast with Bel
castro and Weldner trying to knock
each other out ill a hurry, and after
a few moments of punishment Billy
went out in favor of his partner,
Cusette. Pete and Herb worked over
Dusette In the corner, splitting his
lip, and that was virtually all the
action for Georges until late In the
fight. He let Weldner carry most of
the load.
Several times during the fracas
all four of the battlers were In the
ring and Referee Wally Moss had
considerably more than he could
handle.
Although one or more of the men
was In a bad way occasionally,
neither side was ever close to a fall
until after the 55-minute mark had
been passed. When the tumble came
It was by error.
Weldner had rushed Parks Into
the Duscite-Weldner corner, and
Dusette, out on the flap, gave forth
with a tremendous haymaker which
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Pend Oreille Trout
Parks ducked and which caught
Weldner right on the chin. Parks
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Only a minute and 50 seconds re
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Dusette and Parks slugged It out
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Davidson honked a Boston crab on
Oorllla Poggi for the only fall and
the match.
FIGHTS LAST NIGHT
YOUNG8TOWN. O. Tony Oale,
161, Gary, Ind., TKO Cliff Beckett,
164. Sudbury. Out.. 6. i Non-tit !e.
PARIS Ous DeVouve. 158, Psiii.
outpointed Vince Hawkins, 155'i,
London, 10. (Non-title).
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Waterfowl
Talks Set
Public meetings on the formula
lion of next limiting aensou's water
fowl regulations will be held In Hun
Francisco and Portland later tills
mouth, open to any sportainnn or
other person with anything to say
regarding the migratory waterfowl
situation.
The Hun Francisco meeting will be
held In the Scottish Kite temple,
VIM Sutter, sinriing at lo a.m., Mny
111, and the Fortlimd conclave will
be held In the nubile library build
ing on Yamhill between loth and
11th ulreeu, May 22.
At the opening of these confer
ences oftictuls of the U. 8. fish and
wildlife service will outline the gen
eral duck and goose prospects and
offer a suggested program, and then
the meeting will lie oien lo a forum
discussion of seasons, bag limits and
other like subjects.
Seven Tulelake
Boys In Tourney
TULELAKE, May Seven boys
of Tulelake high school are entered
In the annual Siskiyou county track
and field meet at Don-Is tomorrow
afternoon, although Coach M. P.
Tansy Isn't expecting anything spec
tacular because Tulelake doesn't
have a track for practice.
Class A entrants are: Chitrlrs
Esser 1 100 - 3201, Herb Klrby
i hurdles), and Bob Huunon (mile
half mile i. Class B Dick Fish 1 100
yard and relay i. Bob Blrtwistle Otlgh
lump and naif mlle. Bud Cireen
bauk i440 and relay), and Charles
K. Welse 1 100 yard and relay),
Fairview Takes
Softball Title
Falrvlrw school won the city
grade school B class Softball cham
pionship last night, clubbing Fre
mont 17-6.
Fremont takes second place and
Mills already has third. Falrvlrw
Is undefeated this year. Players on
the championship squad Include:
Orltman c. Hathaway If, Thornton
ss. Ayres p, Allred 3b, Shaffer lb,
Piiloman af llatrlnn rt Tlmuirv '11,
1 Anderson rf. Smith f. Flrmming f.
Ksrnath f and Orrber f.
The grade school A Softball tour
ney starts tomorrow morning on
Modoc field.
Game Cancelled
l Southern Oregon college In Ash.
land has cancelled a scheduled base
ball game between the Red Raider
B squad and the Klamath Pelicans,
which was to have been played here
Monday. Other commitments caused
the cancellation. Next game for the
pels la tne district title tilt at Med
ford Wednesday, against the Rose
burg Chiefs.
Hicks In Swim
Dick Hicks, former KUH8 student
now attending SOCE at Ashland. Is
In Davis. Calif., today to participate
In swimming events nf the Far
Western conference tracks swimming
and tennis meet. Hlcks will comnete
In the 100-vard free stvle and dives.
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NEW YORK, Muy i1'i-NiUlontil U.iwbnll League l'lcsltleul Kurd,
.i,i i., i,. i,,i i,n ml, l hv owner Hunt mention ol the m,
FT
Louis CnitllliiilH the lenin had plmmr-il. but Una won tniaeti out . -strike
ngiilnst Brooklyn's Jucklo HoUlimon, nt'Mio Hist biiNt'iiinii-Uul inn
brought quick tieiiliiU buth from Uieniluii it ml Mnmigur Kdilto "J'1'1' 01 mo
Cardinals. ,
Krlck. In a telephone conversation with the Associated Press said Una
llrauilon cniiio to New York lust week mitt Infoiiiii'd lilin that he iniilni
stood there was a movement among the Cnrtllniils lo alrike In I'l'titost
inn ing their Just concluded sorlrn i
with the Dodgers If Kobinsun was In I
the llneun.
"I didn't have to tttlk to the
nlityers myself. Mr. Biendou dltl Hie
tulkliig to them. From whnt he told
me iilleiwartl the trouble was
smoothed over. I don't know what
lie said to them, who the ringleader.
If any, win, or any other tletnlls,
Krlik until.
Hirmlon. In HI. Louis, said "I went
to New York Inst week to see whnt
could be dyne lo help the bull club,
and a St. Louis reporter with the
club told me lie- understood there
was some dlssiitlafnctlon among Nn
tlonal league players not the Card
liiuls, ml nil you about playing
against Itobluson.
"I ilrchlril to liilk the thing over
with some of the turn uriituse It
would lie such terrible thing, anil
I brought the mutter up with two
of my lending players. I wns hnppy
to find there was no dlssntlsfnc.tlnn
among the plnvers. 1'lirv never in
timated thnl surh thing waa even
thought of."
Dver called Hie threat of a strike
against Robinson "absurd."
Eaales Colled
Softball players Interested In play
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