Herald and news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1942-current, June 07, 1947, Page 2, Image 2

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    Doth Ends
Of League
In Tangle
By The Associated Prrss
' The Cot league standings were
tongosted st both ends today.
Th Lna Aneeles Angels pulled in-
10 virtual llrat place tie with San
Francisco By defeating iq uicgu
The Padres' defeat, coupled with
Hollywood's 7-8 victory over Seattle,
tatwed a tlu-ee-way Jam In the base
oient involving those same clubs.
Tl Angels made it three out of
tour over the Padres as Bill Flem
ing and Jess Dobemic combined to
spin three-hit shutout. Fleming
allowed only two btngies one a
scratch before being replaced In
the eighth inning after loading the
bases on two walks and a safety.
Dobemic put out the fire and gave
up only one more blow to save the
Los Angeles nicked Manny Sal
vo for the loss, with the big hurler
being ejected by I'mpire Lon
Warnrke In the ninth following a
protest or a called balk. George
Caster finished.
The win left the Angels two per
centage points behind San Fran
cisco, rained out of its game with
Sacramento. Oakland at Portland
also was postponed because of rain.
Hollywood jumped from last to
sixth by edging Seattle for the
third time in four ffames. EddieiAl-
bosta, pitching his first game for the
Stars, was credited with the win.
although needing help from Paul
Gregory when the Suds rallied for
three runs in the eighth.
The Stars wound up with a two
point edge over San Diego, which in
turn iea ocawe vy wic wtms
Speed Model
Planes Out
For 100-MPH
The third inter-city gas model
plane competition between South
ern Oregon gas model clubs will be
held tomorrow morning at 10
o'clock on the alkali flat two miles
past Worden on the Dorris highway,
v Klamath Falls, Medford. Ashland
and Grants Pass are expected to be
x ell-represented tomorrow, with the
competition boiling down to Med
ford and Klamath.
Events will Include free flights.
speed and stunting to provide a
well-rounded program of gas model
flying. The Medford club Is expect
ed to bring over IS to 30 planes In
an., effort to wrest domination in
the gas model field from Klamath.
In the first previous control
line meet, one Klamath club entry
set a 100-mile-an hour pace for first
place, while in the second the locals
took both first and second places
with speeds of M and M miles an
The boys have worked over then
engines to try to get back Into the
100-mph bracket, and the Medford
club has acquired new speed engines
with the same end in mind.
Bend Golfers
Coming Down
The annual Reames Country club
Bend golf tournament Is slated for
here tomorrow, with 16 to 30 links
men from Bend tentatively prom
ised to be on hand.
All players on the Reames team
are asked to be at the course at t
a.m. for pairing. The tourney will
Include 18 holes of match play.
The date for this meet this year is
conflicting with two other Bend golf
dates, a professional exhibition to
morrow and the start of the Oregon
State Open Monday, so W. K. Naylor,
chairman of the Deschutes county
team. Is not certain Just bow many
' of his players will make the Klam
ath Falls trip. Those expected In
clude: Lloyd Abrams, Farley Elliott, Bill
Chandler, Don Hampson, R. W.
Thomas, W. E. Naylor, George Gove,
Al Glassow, Al Nielson, A. H. Mar
shall. C. Bennett, Bill Burrell, K.
Erhnian, Ray Yarnes, C. V. Trexler,
George Low and Oscar Glassow.
Tennis Exhibit
SPOKANE, June 7 UP) Pauline
Bets and Sarah Palfrey Cooke, newly-turned
professionals, will play an
exhibition tennis match here early
this summer. Announcement of
their scheduled appearance was
made by officers of the Spokane
. athletic round table, which will
.-sponsor the match.
Diamond Lake Open
Diamond lake, the resort spot in
Douglas county, was opened for fish
ing today. Bag limit for trout on
the lake Is five fish per day, not to
exceed 30 pounds, and two fish In
any seven consecutive days, and the
fish must be 10 inches to be legal.
Public accommodations at the lake
are booked for weeks In advance.
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In The Big Leagues
Lusty Bats
Unlucky Moundsmen
By The Associated Press
Mavbe Billy Southworth "knew
something" when he grabbed John
ny Beaxley off the St. Louis Car
dinals' scrap heap and gave him
another chance with his Boston
Although the sore-armed right
hander has yet to approximate his
1943 form when he won 31 as a Red
Bird freshman, he has copped two
in a row for his old boos Southworth,
who now skippers the Boston crew.
Thev hsd Beaxley In New York
during the week for treatment by a
W L Pet
San Francisco
. 37
. 38
. 38
Los Angeles
Sacramento -
San Diego
. 30
. W
Seattle .
Yesterday's Results
Hollywood 7. Seattle 6.
Los Angeles 5, San Diego 0.
Other games postponed.
Detroit 35
New York
Washington -Chicago
. 34
. 18
. 31
. 31
. 18
. 31
St. Louis
Yesterday's Results
St Louis 4. New York 3.
Cleveland 7. Philadelphia
Chicago 5, Washington 4.
Boston at Detroit, rain.
Brooklyn 36 18
New York 34 18
Chicago 34 19
Boston 34 30
Philadelphia 30 35
Cincinnati 30 38
Pittsburgh 18 34
8t Louis 18 35
Yesterday's Result
New York 7. St. Louis 4. (11 In-
Brooklyn 6, Chicago 3.
Boston 5, Cincinnati 3.
Philadelphia 4. Pittsburgh 3.
Cal Takes Bulge
Over WSC Outfit
BERKELEY, Calif., July 7 P
University of Cslifornia. victor over
Washington State college by a 6-1
count in their rain-soaked opening
game, hoped to capture the Pacific
Coast conference baseball champion
ship today with one more win over
me cougars. v
The clubs were slated to nlav a
Mlouble-header today, but more rain
menaced the three-game playoff
series which will decide the sec
tional candidate for NCAA compe
tition In the east
Yesterday's gams was called In
the seventh Inning when he field
became too sloppy for safe olav. The
Bears had pushed across three runs
in the sixth to take a decisive lead.
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Phone 4149
Contestants from Klamath Falls, local communities
and adjacent area will be judged at Fairgrounds.
A $200 Silver Mounted Saddle from Sears-Roebuck
& Co. will be given the 1947 Rodeo Queen Enter
. and win?
J. 4. t
tsssWvaaWitVV' dMeWaW : - a&ildj, &
New York specialist who must have
known what he was doing. In his
first outing since May 8. the 38-
year-old "veteran" turned back City
cinnati. 5-3.
Brooklyn took a half game lead in
that wild National League scramble
by defeating Chicago, 6-3. breaking
out of a tie with the New York
Giants, who had moved up even
with the Dodgers in an afternoon
game 11-liuilng win over St. Louis,
"Big Jawn" Mise kept the Olants
in the ball game with the Cards,
riling Howie Pollet's prospective
tout with a grand-slam homer
in the sixth. New York finally won
on Wlllsrd Marshall's homer after
Mise and Walker Copper walked in
the eleventh.
Howie sennits continued inc
day's specialty, a game-winning
homer, when he hit on. Into the
left field seats with the score tied
In the last of the ninth at Shlbe
park. As a result the Phils' Fred
Schmidt derisioned Pittsburgh's
Art Herring. 4-3. Herring threw to
Just one batter, Sehults.
The St. Louis Browns' 4-S win
over the New York Yankees
stretched Detroit's American league
lead to 14 games. The Tiger's day
game with Boston was washed out.
Mel Harder received credit for his
319th major league victory, although
he was knocked from the box by
Sam Chapman's two-run homer in
the eighth inning of Cleveland's
7-4 romp over Philadelphia.
Chicago eked out a 4-4 nod over
Washington in another night game.
' sixth on the evening's program
iu; w ua.v. imcu iiimiiv niui Miv
winning tally after two were out in
the last of the ninth to defeat Fire
man Tom Ferrick. Ed Lopat sur
vived a homer by Buddy Lewis, a
double by Al Evans and seven other
Washington hits for his fourth win.
Weather Has
Upper Hand
Weather permitting, for the sec
ond week In a row. the Klamath
Sons have a baseball game scheduled
for Recreation park tomorrow after
noon. The Mt Shasta city team,
which is hungering for a win after
three straight losses this season, is
the opposition.
Last week all Northern California
league games were rained out and
weather reports from over the area
indicate a strong possibility that the
same might be true again tomorrow.
Recreation field has been muddy
all week from the continuing rains,
and as a result of the weather the
Sons haven't played a game since
their disastrous trip to Medford 14
days ago.
On the sottball scene two more
tilts were cancelled last "night be
cause of wet grounds at Modoc field,
and will have to be played later on
this summer. There are a pair of
contests on tap for tomorrow after
noon at Modoc practice field.
The schedule, which may yet be
washed out, calls for a game between
the Bureau of Reclamation team
against the Four Star Merchants at
3:30, VFW vs. Ashley1 Chevrolet an
hour later.
The black bass, both large-mouth
and smallmouth, are true American
fish. Sports Afield.
Need It For Essential Driving.
Needs Essential Service
Yale's Great
Guard Still
Full Of Pep
01' Pudge Maintains
Players Getting Soft
NKA Sports Writer
NEW YORK. June 7 (NBA)
Welter W. Hetfelflnser is an ex
traordinary figure. He's been called
the greatest of gridiron gladiators
and nas been an almost legendary
Idol of Yale men for 45 years. He s
Puds-e Heffelfiiuter.
better known by his nickname of
starting as a is-year-oia scnoot-
boy in Minneapolis In the days when
the game of rugby was being modi
fied to suit the American boy's yen
for knocking people down. Pudge
ended his active career at 65 by
playing in a charity game In Min
neapolis against kids young enough
to be his grandsons.
Al 75. Old f lit Aii-Anteriran
guard of IsM-ve-gl climbed Into
a uniform to give high school line
men pointers. Crowding so now.
he still takes time out to teach
corner lot football teams.
HetfelfiiiRcr lies been commis
sioner of Hennepin county. Minne
sota, which Includes Minneapolis, for
many years, is vice president ol a
New York advertising agency, has a
ranch and oil Interests hard by the
town of Blessing. Tex.
He hasn't missed a football game
played by the Oolden Gophers of
Minnesota for years.
Comparing the gridiron snort of
his day with modern football, Hetfel-
lingers one gripe is that modern
players are too soft. 'They wear
too much armor, he complains. He
maintains there were less injuries in
the old days when the athletes let
their hair grow long and used
nature's methods of protection. He
does, however, rule out the old
handlebar mustache. It put a handle
on uie wearer lor an opponent to
grab onto.
radge says old-lime players were
no heftier than those of today, and
points to Yale's immortal end, the
160-pound Frank Hlnkey. In col
lege Pudge welshed no more than
Jot Bounds, whii-h la around ear
for a good guard.
Today you d exuect to see a wis.
ened. doddering octogenarian. In
stead, he's a marble statue six feet
four Inches in height and weighing
340 pounds, and that is solid muscle.
He has never lost the snan In his
step, has a keenness of men Mil ty
that Is astonishing.
Walter Camp coached the Yale
teams of Heffelflnger's era, and the
only reason Pudge didn't make All
America in his freshman year was
that the All-America business didnt
start in earnest until he was a
He never lost the steam that
made him the terror of opposing
footballers In fact, when he was
54 years old. In 1919, he was barred
from Yale practices In the beet
interest af a battered Bulldog
squad he had been helping.
Well, Anyhow
V. C. Pedersen went fishing and
caught a bear.
It was on the east slope of Mt.
Hood and Pedersen sighted the bear
high up in a tree. He grabbed a .23
caliber rifle from the automobile
and felled the bruin He told friends
excitedly he shot a 700-pound bear.
It dressed out 70 pounds.
The United States navy band of
Washington, D. C, was formed by
the navy department in 1918 with
an Instrumentation of 18 men. This
band, now a world famous musical
organization of 90, is noted for its
fine musicianship and la accepted
by the musical public as one of the
greatest bands :n the United States.
Bids for the concession at the Fair
grounds for the Rodeo on July 4,
5 and 6 will be received by W. A.
Serruys at the Klamath Rodeo As
sociation Headquarters, Main and
Esplanade, on or before June 9,
1947, at which time bids will be
opened and awarded. Enclose
certified check for the amount of
the bid.
Boats! Boats!
A Wide Selection of New and Used Boating
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Now At 80, Heffelfinger Still Hearty
i f v
Pudge Heffelfinger, 89 years
got Into a uniform to eoaeh high
NEW YORK. June 7 Pv Middle
weight Jake LaMotta, the Bronx
loiter, walloped bnby-faced Tony
Janiro, just as everyone expected he
would, but what everyone was won
dering today was where and how
the district attorney comes up witn
rumors of fixed fights.
This taffy pull last night was a
rip-snorter all the way. Ranked as
Die third best middleweight In the
Son Added To
Louis Stable
MEXICO CITY. June 7 i) Joe
Louis, the world heavyweight box
ing champion, has a new son. His
name is Joe Louis Jr and he's a
heavyweight too 114 pounds when
he weighed in.
Joe said he hoped the boy. born
here May 3s. would become a
champion fighter.
"If he's as lucky as I am, he will
be," said Joe.
Interviewed on a golf course at
San Diego. Calif., after the birth
was announced here yesterday.
Louis disclosed that he and his wife,
the former Msrva Trotter, were re
married last July in a small Indiana
town near Chicago. He couldn't re
member the name of the town.
Louis and his wife were divorced
in Chlcsgo on March 37, 194S, after
nearly 10 years of marriage. They
have a daughter, Jacqueline.
Bratton's Title
Hopes Skidding
CHICAGO, June o h The title
aspirations of 19-year-old Johnny
"Honeyboy" Bratton, generally con
sidered No. 1 contender for Ike Wil
liams' NBA lightweight crown, had
skidded today after the dapper Chi
cago negro was belted into his sec
ond straight defeat by durable Gene
Burton, New York slugger.
Burton decisively beat Bratton In
10 rounds Isst night before a crowd i
of 14.000 Chicago stadium fans who 1
contributed a 182.849 gate. 1
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old. played a game of football at U,
school linemen at 15. He's an original
world, Jake trimmed himself down
to 1M pounds because it would
have cost him a SI5.000 forfeit if he
was over 156 and then proceeded to
punch the youngster from Youngs
town, Ohio, who Is only a welter
weight. Into exhaustion, and gallop
to a 10-round decision,
Outweighed by five pounds, Jan
iro got an "A" for effort from the
crowd of 14.185. which chipped In
to a gross gate of $71,874. for the
way he fought bark from the verge
of a knockout from the sixth round
on. He refused to go down until
four seconds from the finish, when
he collsnned and was saved bv the
bell. Alt of which made It a halr
ralier of a brawl.
Rumors were flying around the
Oarden before the thumping got
under way. and it was learned the
O. A. hsd called several of the in
terested parties down to his office.
One report was that the fight was
"wrong." and that Jake might lose.
Driscoll Leads
Class A Shoot
PORTLAND, June 7 Wv The Pa
cific International trapshootlng as
sociation's Oregon state meet went
into Its second day todsy, with the
doubles crown being worn by Merle
Hekel, Portland.
Hekel'a total of 93 broken birds
was exceeded by Rudy Etchen. Bev
erly Hills. Calif., with 95, and Earl
Colson Jr., Taroma, with 93, but
neither was eligible for the title
June 7
Music by
Pappy Gordon
Dancing 10 Till 2
Admission 11.00
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40-1 Underdog ?
In Derby Win
British Bookmakers Clean Up As Favorite
Finishes Fourth Over Epsom Downs Track
EPSOM DOWNS, June 7 -Fearl Diver, a 40 to 1 French horse
owned by Baron Q. De Waldnsr, scored an astonishing four-lsnglh vie
tory in the 108th running of the English Derby today as the shortest
priced favorite In more than decade Tudor Minstrel finished out
of the money.
Backed down to 4 to T and virtually conceded the 138,404 winner's
pot In all the pre-race speculation, Tudor Minstrel ended a faltering
fourth, carrying with him, In defeat once more, Gordon Richards, who
Is the world chsmplon of jockeys but has never won a Derby, Richards
has ridden 3300 winners.
A crowd of nearly half a million, Including the royal family, turned
out for this renewal of England's
ancient classic and saw the colt .
many had been calling Britain's
"horse of Uie century" come home
far out of It.
Behind the flying French winner
were Mlgoll, 100-4 shot who was
the Age Khan's hope for a fourth
derby triumph; Sayajlrao, the
1117.400 purchase of the Mahraja
of Baroda, highest-priced vearhng
in turf history, then the favorite.
Sayajlrao had been I to 1 sec
ond choice to Tudor Minstrel In
the betting, but wound up three
quarters ol a length back of Mlg
oll, as Jockey B. Brldgeland drove
Pearl Diver to his smashing victory
In this field of IB.
The defeat of Tudor Minstrel,
who had been unbeaten and even
uiithreatened In Uie six starts of
his racing career up to now, was
a rude shock to the assembled
thousands but a merry event for
the bookmakers. They stood to lose
thousands uf pounds If either Tu
tlur Minstrel or Uie second choice,
Hayapirao, had come home In
In fact, many of them, stricken
by a run of winning favorites this
week, closed out their stalls yes
terday and departed, even before
the running of the mite and a half
grind over Uie course that starts
uphill, runs downhill around the
single turn, and finishes on the
rise again.
since they were out of . staters.
Frank Troeh was second with 91.
Leaders In Uie first half of the 14
yard even were: class A. . J. Dear
ing. Portland. 100: class B. Pete
Driscoll. Klamath Falls. 100: class C,
and class D. Bill Nlrschl', Pendleton'. I
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EPSOM DOWN, England. June
7 (41 An anonvmous Indian
emptied a slpper-fasltned bag ef
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ftt.OOO wurlh In half an hour to
day belting the entire wad on
Tudor Mlnalrel, favorite to win
the Isilh running of the English
Curious crowds fathered abnul
the Oriental, who declined to give
his name, as he went from one
boosmaklng stall to another
placing his beta at odds of J to 4
and 9 lo 4,
To some ef the curious, th
Indian confided that he bet for
himself alone, and only iocs to Uie
races about ante a veer.
Tudor Minstrel finished fourth,
out ef the money,
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