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    OFIMtL WILL -MOVE
iii ' :
Modoc Floods
Okayed For Use
By HALE SCARBROUGH
' "i . Shorts Editor, The Herald And News
Starting Monday evening Klamath Palls Softball patrons can see
their sport under ihe floodlights for the first time since 1943 the bat
tery of arc at Modoc field will be turned on thiee nights a week for a
doubleheader.
Sum Smith, city recreation director, has entered into an agreement
vlth the city school board for use of tho KUHS field, and Is passing
tha use of the field on to the city softball association. The recreation
. i "department will be responsible for
Grade School
Track Meet
Un Tomorrow
Wlsl I WlllWl I Vn
. . I
The annual all-city crude school
track and Held meet will be held to
morrow Rl 2:30 p. m. on Modoc
Held, with about 150 young athletes
from the six grade schools compet
ing. Scheduled lor Tuesday, the
meet was postponed by rain.
This will be the last big athletic
event of the school year for the
physical education department.
Three age and size groups of boys
will shoot at the following event
records:
Class A:
75-yard dash Malar. Mills. 9
sec tl946i.
Broad jump Hawkins, Pelican.
18 leet lO'i inches. (1944).
Shot Liable, Mills, 35 feet
inches. (1946J.
cnes. uw. . . , ,
Bighjump-Craig, Fremont, 4 feet
8i- Inches. 1944.
Football throw Sandoe. Roose
velt. 121 feet 5 Inches. (194).
H0-relay Huck. Haiar. Lewis
and Herrera, Mills, 56.9 seconds.
.'1946).
Class B:
60-yard dash Huck, Roosevelt, 7.7
seconds. (19461.
Broad Jump Oldenburg.' Roose
velt, 14 feet 2'i inches. (19441.
Football throw Dawes, Mills. 115
feet 1 inch. U944.
High jump Derrah, Roosevelt. 4
feet 4'i inches. (1945).
60-yard shuttle relay J. Thorn
ton. Mvers, Workman. T. Thornton,
Manduchi and Sterling, Fainriew,
50 3 seconds. (1945).
Class C:
50-yard dash Huck, Roosevelt, 7
see. (1944).
High Jump Ollmore, Pelican, 4
feet 7 Inches. (1946.
Baseball throw Allen, Mills, 208
feet 5 inches. (1944).
Broad Jump New event, no rec
ord. 50-yard shuttle relay R. Thorn
' ton. Ring, Ayres. Homer. Juniper
and Dingier, Fairview, 45.5 seconds.
(1945). .
Mathews Takes
Easy Decision
SEATTLE. May 28 (JP A flashing
left hand carried Harry (Kid) Mat
thews to an easy 10-round win over
Milo Savage In the main event of a
fight card here last night Savage
weighed 160. Matthews 161. Both
are from Seattle.
Hal Halloway, Jerome, Ida., light
weight, scored a knockout win over
Duke Harris, Seattle, when the latter
was unable to answer the sixth
round. The two had passed a furious
exchange of punches when neither
heard the fifth round final gong.
Ballplayers Called
Ernie Bishop, coach of the Ameri
can Legion Junior baseball team
from Conger district, calls all young
ballplayers of that area far tryouts,
Thundr.y at 6 p. m. at Conger school
field. Junior baseball play starts
next Sunday.
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,tne expenses incurred ana recover
the money from the soitoau
league by way of admissions.
The overhead for lights and
grounds-keeping will run about $40
a night, so to raise the money a
scale of admissions will be charged
as lonows:
Aduiu- cent.
Children 10 cent.
Whole fanillle AS cents.
Bringing softball out of the twi
light and under the lights will be
a tremendous shot in the arm to
the speedy summer sport. Last year
ana for about a month this year the
league has been operating more or
less on a shoestring by playing two
nights a week, starting at 6:30. at
Recreation field and the KUHS
practice field.
Starting next week the games will
be scheduled for Monday. Wednes
day and Friday nights at 7:30. two
i games each night. The league
schedule Is being revamped to lit
the new arrangement.
Frank Drew, manager of the
league, said that some of the 10
teams in the loop want to play
more games and that having the
" nabi. would allow them
to do so. Also the recently-picked
15-man all-star city team will have
a chance to schedule some out-of-town
competition for special ex
hibitions. Modoc field is large enough to
permit two games to be played
simultaneously if need be.
The present plan is to put
movable bark board at the south
end of the field on the curve of
the track. The diamond will have
to be laid out with a fairly short
right field, but wide open center
and left fields.
By having a movable backboard
the diamond can be shifted back
and forth each night so the base
paths won't always be in the same
place on the grass. One of the
biggest worries will be the protec
tion of the Modoc fieid turf, which
is probably the best on an; football
gridiron in Oregon.
Meanwhile, two more twilight tilts
are on tap for the softball league.
Tonight at Recreation field Moose
lodge plays the Gun Store, and at
the high school the Eagles and
Elks are slated to tangle.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
W. L. Pet
Los Angeles 32
25
25
26
28
30
29
31
.561
.561
.544
San Francisco .
Oakland
Portland
Sacramento
San Diego
.32
.31
-27
.27
.25
.26
.491
.474
.463
.456
.446
Seattle
Hollywood 25
31
Yesterday's Results
San Francisco 7. Los Angeles 5.
Oakland 9, Hollywood 1.
Sacramento 5. San Diego 4.
Portland 8, Seattle 0.
NATIONAL LEAGUE .
W. L. Pet.
19 14 .576
17 13 .567
18 14 .563
18 15 .545
15 15 .500
16 19 .457
15 20 .429
13 21 382
Chicago
New York
Brooklyn
Boston
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Cincinnati
St Louis
Yesterdar's Result
Cincinnati 6. Pittsburgh 1.
Brooklyn 7, New York 3.
Chicago 10. St Louis 3.
Boston 7, Philadelphia 3.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W. L. Pet.
22 12 .647
17 15 .531
18 16 .529
13 13 .500 ,
18 19 .486
14 16 .467 i
15 18 .455 I
12 20 .375 !
Detroit
New York .
Boston
Cleveland .
Chicago
Washington
Philadelphia
St. Louis
. -t uaj a ncsuiis
Chicago 5-0. St. Louis 2-2.
Detroit 4. Cleveland 2.
Washington 5. New York 4.
Boston 4, Philadelphia 2.
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By The Associated Press
Los Angeles and San Francisco,
slugging each other into a first place
tie in the Pacific Coast league, may
not have time to look behind them
today but they ought to Oakland is
right there I
When this week's diminution
began yesterday the Angels were a
game in front of the Seals and the
Oaks were in third place, two games
out. When the firing ended last
night Casey Stengel's Oaklanders
were only one game behind the even
Stephen leaders.
And the way the Oaks have been
hitting the ball far and wide they
might bust right out of the top of
the standings column before the
week is out.
The Seals snatched away Los An
geles' lead. 7-5. by means of a six
run eighth inning.
Oakland took the twinkle out of
the Hollywood Stars. 9-1, to get in
position to breathe hotly down the
leaders' necks. There was a six-run
eighth inning in this game too. con
sisting of five Oakland hits includ
ing Vlnce DIMagglo's homer with
two on base, the Hollywood run also
came In the eighth, on Carl Cox's
double and Jim Delslng's single.
Portland's Roy Ilrlser pitched
himself a four-hit, 8-0 shutout of
Seattle, with left-handed Beaver
batters helping their lefty hurler
with three home runs. The south
paw hitters, in fact, drove In all
the runs.
A ninth inning triple by Ed Fitz
gerald scored the tying and winning
runs as Sacramento trimmed San
Diego. 5-4.
The box:
SEATTLE AH R H OA
O'Neil. ee O 0 1 I
While, cf-rf 3 0 1 a 0
Novlkolf. If 4 0 0 4 0
Johnson, rt . .... 3 0 0 0 0
York. 3b
Uene, 3b
Rocco. tb .
Hamsley. e ,
Dublel. p
Reis. n
.30013
OOPS
0 14 1
0 0 10
0 0 0 1
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1
Carpenter, cf
Kaney. 2b
Sueme. c
Totals
PORTLAND
Laior. It
Ratto. as
-.31 0 4 14 14
AB R H OA.
S 1 1 1 0
H. Smith, cf .
Storey. 3b
Radulovtch. lb .
Vlco. lb
Reich, rt
Muratore. c
Helaer. p
Gorbouid, lb
4
0
Totals
33 a 10 XT
- OO0 000 0000
- 301 Oil OOK 8
Seattle ..
Portland
SUMMARY Errors. O'Neill. York.
Storey. Vlco: runs batted In. M. Smith 3.
Radulovtch 3. Vlco 3. Helser: two-base
hits. Lator. M. Smith. Radulovtch. Mura
tore; home runs, M. Smith. Radulovtch,
Helser; stolen base, Hemsley; sacrifice.
Ratto; double play. Rocco to O'Neil to
Rocco; left on bases. Seattle 8, Portland
3; bases on balls. Helser 3, Dublel 2.
Rets 1; strikeouts. Helser 7, Dublel 3.
Rets 2; earned runs, Dublel 3. Rels 3:
hits, off Dublel S In 3 Innings Rets S
In 5. losing pitcher. Dublel. Umpires.'
Gordon. Mutart and Somen. Time. 1:34.
Attendance, 2939.
Louis Will
Quit In' 48
SALT LAKE CITY. Mav 28
Joe Louis says that 1948 will be his
last year of boxing.
The heavyweight champion made
the statement yesterday during a
discussion of why he has turned
down some fight offers recently.
He said there isn't a competitor
anywhere right now who will draw
a big time gate, but he believes an
able fighter will develop by 1948 to
challenge his title.
"But whether there Is or not." he
added, "I'm not going beyond 1948.
That's my last year of boxing."
The champ said he thinks he'll
stick to fighting exhibitions for a
while until the real thing In the
way of money comes along, since
he has to spend as much as $62,000
in training for a title bout
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! By. tfcA SoatlumA, Sports Editor i
One Half Of Battle Of Beards
:
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Stocky Knellaon, bewhlskered and villainous trappier known as the
Tennessee Hillbilly, will flint another bearded wrestler. Benny Trudrll,
in Thursday night's armory oemi-windup, a five-round bout
TONIGHT IS DEADLINE
FOR TENNIS ENTRIES
This afternoon is the deadline for
entries in the all-city open tennis
tournament which will be an infor
mal sports feature of the summer.
George Mills at the Klamath Sur
plus depot on S. 6lh or Matt Flnnl
gau will take the entries.
Merv Gleason
Outshoots All
Redheaded Mervin Gleason. 17.
now of Central Point and formerly
of Klamath Falls, won the state
Junior trapshootlng championship
for tlie third consecutive time In
Salem last week.
Mervin had a score of 95 out of
100 targets In becoming the first
boy to win the state title three
times. He had missed only three
times in 85 shots when his gun
broke down, and he finished out his
string with a borrowed piece, miss
ing twice on the last 15.
His prize was a 21-Jcwcl Orucn
watch, engraved "ATA. Oregon
State Junior champion, 1947" on the
back.
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KLAMATH
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(For Section D)
m Pierre LoBelle vs. Herb Parks i f
m 5 Rounds V J
B Benny Trudcll vg. Stocky V. ',
Kneilson -B
S Rounds
Buck Weaver vs. Gorilla Poggi
B S Rounds m
Thursday, 8:30 p. m.
For l
SEAT , J
UBDER
The tournament will probably
start early next week. At present
more titan 40 net enthusiast are
planning to take part In the general
racquet swinging.
When nil the entries are In fur
doubles and singles they will be di
vided Into ago classifications and
the pairings drawn out of the hat
There will be no seeded players.
These pairings for the early
rounds will be published and the
contestants given 24 or 48 hours to
play their mutches and turn In the
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down to quarter-final or seml-flnal
stages the tourney will become Inr
I mallzed with the matches at stated
times.
I Plans are being laid for both
men's and women's singles and
doubles and mixed doubles, but so
far there Is a shortage of entrants
from the fairer sex.
Several local boys attending the
University of Oregon hBve written
down from Eugene saving that they
intend to take port In the tourney.
Two new court being built at
! Klamath Union high school are now
I in the blacktopplng stage and will
I be ready for use very soon.
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LlfflTS
SnappHas
Foe From
Bay Area
t.eHov Wade, colored middle
weight from Hun Francisco, has
been signed to fight Ursal tCllngrri
Sunpp In the I0-ruund main event
bout ' professional boxing card
here next Tuesday night,
Condrmnllou on the (Into with
Wade wna received by Promoter
Mack Llllnitl lust iiluhl utter two
weeks of almost frantic ellort to
secure a good opponent for tiuapp.
during which the boxliiK date has
been postponed twice. There hasn't
been a boxluii card here at the
armory since April It.
Wade and Tut Talxir. also of the
bay area, were Ihe principal nom
inees for the Job, but 'labor, who
holds the only win over Hnapp since
he came back from the army, was
unavailable because of prior com
mitments. However, l.lllaril has had a
talk with Tabor's handlers anil
there Is a fuod eltanre (hat Tut
will be In Klamath Falls some
time In June to fiiht the winner
of the tiiisup-Uade escapade.
Ursal, bark home In Merrill now,
would like lo meet Tabor aialn,
but will settle for Wade and will
beiln Iralninr immediately In the
Salvation Armr iym.
The tiBht will be a 10-roundrr.
and reserve seat tickets went an
sale at Matt Finnlgans store this
morning.
Lilian! has stocked the rest of
the card with the pick of Ihe local
boys In two five-rounders and a
pair ot fours.
Billy Sunday, the tough Chlln
quill Indian, will flulu Eddie Johaun
in the middleweight seml-wlndtip.
while Bob Kastman will pitch
against Tim Grady, ex-OI now at
tending school at Ashland normal
school. In the other live-round
match, sIm) middleweight.
Benny Mitchell and llerble Snell
will appear In one lightweight (our
ruuiulrr, and nenliig the card will
be another lightweight bout be
tween George Price of Merrill and
Kert Stanton ot Chllouulu.
Summer Keg
Loop Slated
With the winter leagues out of
the way and a strange quirt hover
ing over the maplrs, Erie Hamilton
of Recreation bowling alleys la en
deavoring to get the annual summer
mix league started rolling.
The league, with eight teams of
two men and ' two women each
planned, will probably roll on Thurs
day nights and should be rrady to
go by next week, according to Ham
ilton. Some of the squads are
already formed.
There has also been some talk of
the Moose lodge forming a summer
circuit, but nothing definite along
that line has hapened yet.
Hamilton pnnsed up a chunce to
contact Andy Vurlpupn, world s pre
mier exhibition kcgler. for a show
here this month, understanding that
Varipapa was going to bowl only In
Portland, Balem and Eugene. How
ever, the alley artist has now booked
a trip lo Bend for tomorrow and
might have been persuaded to come
to Klamath Falls.
Verlpapa gave an exhibition here
several years ago.
Nine Boats Entered
SEATTLE, May 20 (,V A nine
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second annual Lake Washington re
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Earlier entries were Washington,
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Tigers Far In Front f
Ity The Associated Press
American league batsmen were moaning "Tiger slay away from my
door," today ntl Mi "' reason,
The Detroit Tigers' pitching Itaa simply been poison to tiiemy bat
ters (Ills sennon. Itlval nmniigrrs were hopeful that nine they gut by
the Dig P'om' consisting of Hal Newhuusei', Uly Trout, Virgil Trucks
and Frrddv Hutchinson, they might (ate a birather III one of tin in.
called second line hiniers. But Ihe "second stringers" have proven to
be tougher to beat than the regulars.
With the llig Four working as smooth as silk during tha first month
of the campaign. Manager Hteve O'Neill did not even bother to call up ,
his secondary. Dill when Trucks look sick anil Newhouser showed that
he needed more rest, Hal While, Al llrnlon and Ultibby Overtime writ
beckoned,
llrnlon whipped the Indians 4-3 yesterday. Ilia triumph was Im
portant Inasmuch as it came over
the great Hobby Keller and Increased .
the Tigers' first-place lend In l D a 41 Cllarao
American league to four full games p HQ CIKS
over ihe New Vui-k Yankees ami the I
Huston Kril Mux. After llcnton had
allowed three hits and one run in ,
seven Innings, UNrlll took
chances and relieved with New
liouser. The Chicago Cubs took over first
place In the National league last
night when they Inflicted Ihe first
night defeat o the season .1
Hi. Louis Cardinals, 10-J. wh lo the.
New York Ulnnts wero bowing lo
Brooklyn. 7-3.
Johnnv M!e hit Ills nth home run
Inthe latter lilt
Alter tnroe iiiuurea, jiuiniiir nm..
tlimllv unlnrd Ills fourth victory of
the season for Boston as the Braves
look a 7-3 decision from Ihe Phila
delphia Phillies III a night game at
Bintou. Earl Torgeann hit his ninth
home run and drove In three tallies.
tllrn Hussrll's first home run of
the season with two mutes aboard
enabled the Boston Bed Box to snap
a four game luting streak and slop
the Philadelphia Athletics' run of
night guiiie victories al seven. I he
homer gave the Box a 4-3 triumph
at Philadelphia and virtually tied
them with the Yankees for second
place.
Washington ended a five-game
Yankee winning streak, overcoming
a 4-0 lead to defeat Ihe New Yorkers
In a night game al Washington. 5-4.
Lanky Ewcll lltackwell gave Pitts
burgh four hits as Cincinnati
romped to a 0-1 victory over the
Pirates.
Young Cliff Fannin shut out the
Chicago White Box with three hits
as the Bt. Units Browns spill with
the Chlcngoaiis. After Bob Clllle.iple
pitched the White Box to a 6-3 win
oer Jackie Kramer and the Browns,
Fannin came back to shut out the
White Box 3-0.
Vlt.HTS I.A8T NI1.HT
LOB ANOELKB -Larry Olanems.
115',, Loa Angeles. ouHmlnted Eddie
Prlnre. I3g. Detroit. 10.
BAN JOBE. Calif Harold Dade,
135. Los Angeles, outpointed Jackie
McCoy, 133. Los Angeles. 10.
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