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    April V,, 1941
THI NEWS AND THE HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
PAGE ELEVEN
Dispose Undisputed
Colt Worked
Clockwise to
Cure Fault
. By ART KBENZ
MCA Settle Suit
Correspondent
COLUMBIA, 8. C, April IB
DUpnue If now the uniisputed
favorite at 3 to 1 In future books
for the Kentucky darby, May 3.
The bay ion of Discovery lot
where he la through being
worked the wrong way of the
track.
That corrected Dispose' tend
ency to bear out.
It wait principally became
Mux lllrsch eould run Dispose
the left-handed way of the
ff that he thuttled the King
irVnch star between the old fair
grounds here and Hlaleah park.
Hlaleah ofllclala banned the
practice of allowing horse to
run In the reverse direction In
workout.
"If the derby wu run tomor
row, say Clarence uuxion,
"Dispone would win It." Bux
ton, one-time Jockey and an owner-trainer,
la proprietor of the
winter training quarter here.
After shattering the Hlalean
track record for teven furlongs
in accounting for the Dnhamai
handicap, Dlipote outraced Curl
oiai Coin In remarkable 628,-
250 Flamingo stakes
Plsuose ran the mile and an
Vanity Barber
Gardner 181 las IB"
Newsom . 137 189 189
Aihworth 218 188 170
Crupo 179 180 180
Wakrman 170 134 13S
Handicap 83 83 83
528
478
838
489
442
233
087 836 001 2724
Pasteg Grocery
Bollottl. F. ... 141 173 192 808
Pwtega, L. ... 186 196 173 823
Bollottl, J. ... 133 138 191 482
Conte 161 184 212 627
Drlscoll ...237 134 201 872
Handicap .... 63 63 63 193
. 913 8601034 2807
(
' Kraft Cheese Ce.
Crane ...... 160 177 168
Strader 102 202 166
MacBeth 177 167 173
Wellington 135 181 182
500
560
517
318
369
133
on .
.182 229 158
dicap ...
81 81 51
9171007 893 2817
Dick Reader'
200 178 177
Crowell
Miles ...
Howard
533
505
480
491
573
192
160 169 187
178 147 153
171 139 181
178 196 199
64 64 64
Britt
Mlrlrh ...
Handicap
960 803 943 2706
Slberrlan Shop
Potter 182 107 202 881
Welch 104 158 170 822
Low ....141 171 157 460
Bold 181 184 167 802
Martin ...- 131 180 183 814
Handicap 68 66 50 191
885 928 938 2740
. BUI Davis' Associated
lljs: 130 184 157 500
c8 141 171 212 524
Davl -...204 206 158 888
Lcmen 201 175 177 853
Southwell 184 231 223 640
Handicap . 68 . 63 63 195
I 9341032904 2980
-' FRATERNAL LEAQUE
' Eagles
Rnlster 147 172 189 478
Book 102 169 159 810
Whistler 186 174 213 553
Beer 166 184 134 484
Sweasy ... 139 210 174 843
Handicap 98 98 98 204
028 067 937 2832
Odd Fellow
Tuter .: ..153 144 169 466
Munsell 120 126 189 444
Matson .........187 114 114 895
Maxwell ...174 137 188 484
nd 181 181 178 840
lf4dlcap 122 122 122 366
926 824 S28 2675
Knight of Columbus
Pickett 163 207 189 689
DoLury 143 106 162 411
Bleha . ...159 201 118 478
McGoran 1(52 129 164 443
Lavenlck 182 207 102 881
Handicap .....108 108 108 324
907 038 933 2798
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DUpoee, Alfred
eighth of the Flamingo under
120 pound In 1:48 45, which
wa within three-fifth of see-
ond of the track record held
Elks
..124 129 128
..IBB 135 186
.. 148 101 142
..183 127 161
...138 135 193
... B9 89 89
Van Dorcn
381
5211
389
471
486
267
Mull Is
Hawllm ......
Murray
Drlscoll
Handicap
888 736 809 2523
At Klamath Recreation
BOOSTER LEAGUE
J.
C. Penney Co.
176 173 135
.....104 141 112
..18S 190 141
128 1B9 135
163 212 141
....138 138 138
Gregory
Peup ..
Brown .
Thome .
Bleha
486
857
816
472
516
414
Handicap
8041045 822 2761
Safeway
118 222 202 542
190 218 143 551
108 115 135 368
Craln
Webb
Griggs
Mandeville ... 112 114 179 403
MacBeth 212 152 139 603
Handicap ..... .108 108 108 324
848 929 906 2083
Lost River
Lyman 136 216 169
531
430
447
458
279
420
Telford 131 187 132
Rice 141 136 170
Hutchinson -.131 137 170
Sweeney 90 93 98
Handicap ..... 143 143 143
812 912 870 2504
Klamath Mach. k Loco.
Berglund 145 158 183 468
Blachly
..221 209 181 Oil
.. 200 205 209 614
...129 141 162 432
...118 167 170 455
... 94 94 94 282
Westln
Ellis
Vehr
Handicap
907 974 981 2862
Carpenter' Union
Shortgen 138 128 149 435
McCornack ...163 131 132 428
Fraley . 147 151 191 489
Hamilton 164 141 ibi 400
Low 127 157 142 426
Handicap 147 125 147 419
908 833 022 2661
Reliable Cleaners
Mile 144 160 163 406
Brown 181 174 172 827
Davl 231 187 223 613
Backca 127 166 142 435
Mahoney 141 189 205 633
Handicap ...... 90 90 90 270
914 943 1017 2876
COMMERCIAL LEAGUE
Webb Kennett
Shaffer 131 139 148 418
R. Mtukoff ....127 177 153 457
Dalmer 128 183 115 426
O. Muskoff ... 114 163 140 428
Schantal 170 197 171 847
Handicap 117 117 "7 351
796 976 853 2623
New City Laundry
Klger 154 148 149 431
N. Dickenson 166 187 170 532
A. Dickenson 110 145 129 384
Gleger 210 142 140 501
Brown, Geo. -.164 173 103 830
Handicap 131 131 131 303
044 026 921 2791
Stop!
Looking for a
Good Time?
Com to
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IVIRY SATURDAY
NIGHT
Musi By
ORISON HILLIILLIES
Robertson a.
Jointly by uch famou (teed
ai Brevity and Stagehand.
Under only 116 pound, Blme
lech took 1:40 45 to run the
Refrigeration k Electric
Smith
.113 121 145
379
WigRln
Lyman
Rosscr
.140 157 193
.205 143 137
490
503
489
424
399
..163 177 149
.152 150 122
Perkins
Handicap 133 133 133
906 881 800 2686
Coca Cola
E. Dlsher 104 127 125 338
Bownc 183 167 221 571
Chayon 118 108 184 410
A. Disher 03 112 99 200
Vehra- .....154 161 153 468
Handicap 157 157 157 471
811 S32 930 2582
Copco
...164 133 198
.. 144 221 141
...148 129 194
.153 198 147
Hoyt
Wins
Moaner
Qulsenberry
495
506
471
500
466
282
Newsom
157 140 160
Handicap . 94 94 94
862 915 943 1720
Pacific Tel. tt Tel.
Walcott 169 185 13l 483
Potter 143 132 191 468
Wright 144 138 161 441
Morris 188 139 139 464
Strader 160 168 196 524
Handicap 104 104 104 812
888 884 922 2694
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W. L. Pet.
Boston 2 0 1.000
St. Loul 1 0 1.060
Philadelphia 2 1 .667
Cleveland 2 1 .667
New York 2 2 .600
Chicago 1 2 .833
Detroit 0 1 .000
Washington n 3 .000
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W. L.
Pet
New York 3
St. Loul 3
Boston 2
Chicago ...1
Pittsburgh 1
Philadelphia 1
Cincinnati 0
Brooklyn i. 0
0
0
1
1
1
2
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3
1.000
1.000
.667
.500
. .500
.333
.000
.000
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
W. L. Pet.
Sacramento 0 S .730
Seattle 8 S .727
San Diego T 4 .636
Oakland ............... 6 8 .500
Hollywood ......... 6 6 .485
Lo Angeles 4 6 .400
San Francisco ... 4 6 .333
Portland 2 0 .183
COUGAR CLOUTERS
OUTSCORE SPOKANE
PULLMAN, April 18 W)
Vern Butt' homer with the
bases full and Data Gentry
three-run circuit clout gave the
Washington State college bate
ball team an 18-16 victory over
the Spokane Indiana of the West
ern International league y eater
day. Roche and Pacheko hit
home runs for the Indian.
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CEHTDRY CLOB
mi limit it 5 '
II tree! Dllllll.d a4 ltl4
Derby Favorite
dlitance the fame after
noon, and he wu huitled along
by Hh.
HIS COAT AND EYES
TELL HOUSE S HEALTH
Because of hi habit of run
ning out, Dispose won only
little more than $1200 a a
year-old.
But It wasn't only becauae he
wanted to get at the fault that
Hirecb kept tne Texas-owned
candidate) in Columbia all win
ter. The climate I ideal for horae.
"Florida la too warm," ex
plain Trainer Hirach, "Horae
get loggy."
Columbia' mile atrip I of
deep, aandy loam ... no clay.
Tb more rain the better. The
surface drie out rapidly
never freezes.
Off the (oft Columbia track, a
horae feel light-footed on a fast
oval.
"You will notice that this
horae which wintered here ho a
finer coat and brighter eye than
the one In the next stall which
apent much time farther north,"
Buxton points out. "Coat and
brightness of eye tell the health
of a thoroughbred."
Steed prepared In Columbia
are known a the Iodine horae.
Folk here contend the content
of iodine in water and vegetables
Is four time as great a In other
state.
Buxton discovered the place
in 1826. when hi rtrlng In Ha.
Soort Briefs
By EDDIE BRIETZ
NEW YORK, April 18 (The
Special New Service) Hoyt
Hall of Auburn and Bill McClel
lan of Mississippi State, have
tied for tho -pole vai'lt In three
consecutive meet. Now you
tie that one . . . FMUie Zlvic,
who tight Mike Kaplan in
Beantown tonight, wa Intro
duced to the Matsaehuaett bouse
of representatives and Invited
the entire membership to attend
the fight as his guests . . . When
Co-Promoter Mike Jacob heard
about It, ne caught the next
plane for Boston, hi (tore teeth
clacking . . They wouldn't let
Lew Jenkins aay good-bye to hi
manager, Hymle Capiln as Hymi
left for a long visit to Blng Sing.
HIS NUMBER UP
Joe Marty may be ordered to
the army
And the irony In that one is
Immense.
For It give guy the Willie
When they raid the lowly Phil
lie With a view to adding strength
to our defense.
e e e
THEY'RE BACK AGAIN
The Wood vs. Wood feud will
be resumed when Yale and Col
gate lock horns Monoay "Smoky
Joe'' Wood is the Yale coach.
Joe Jr., will be Yale' pitcher.
Colgate a el bower will be Bteve
Wood, another aor. while a
third, Bobby will piay tint for
Colgate. Last year Yale won
by a run, although Steve parked
one. This time, reinforced by
another Wood, Colgate hopes to
square the aerie , Tuesday'
opener In Boston was the tint
Nick Altrock, veteran Washing
ton coach and comedian, has
missed In more than 40 years.
Nick 1 laid up with broken
leg.
e e e
TODAY'S QUEST STAR
Jimmy Wood, Brooklyn Eagle:
"Tony Laxzeri and Marvin Owen
who have) been trying to kid
themselves that they still retain
the flush of youth, tripped on
their whisker In early Coast
league game and went to the
atdelinet with pulled muscle,
e
AND HE AINT BLIND
Sport Editor Harvey Boyle
of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
When In Medlord
Star at
HOTtl HOLLAND
Thoroughly Modern
Jo and Ann Barley
Proprietors
Oaalair Blaulllac 0. r.tile. UU
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vena came down with Cuban
fever. Buxton couldn't obtain
quarter in Florida. All but two
quickly recovered under the
South Carolina sun.
Ill HEAD WINTER
AT OLD FAIRGROUNDS
No fewer than 188 campaign
er stabled here during the past
winter, llirsch had 42, George
Odom 29, Preston Buret) 32 and
Earl Sande 14.
The Columbia fairgrounds I
one of the few training place
which bar dockers. Here a
handler may get a line on hi
horse without too much informa
tion leaking out.
The late Willi Sharpe Kilmer
was Buxton's first customer in
Columbia. The Blnghamton
magnate (hipped It yearling to
the capital city In 1928, among
which was Sun Beau. Walter J.
Salmon sent Display and 37 oth
er to Columbia In '29. A saddle
wa put on Discovery' back for
the first time in Columbia.
Charles S. and Maxwell How
ard, Marshall Field, John Hay
Whitney and Mr. Isabel Dodge
Sloane are among better known
owner , who have had their
horse trained at the Buxton es
tablishment. Such outstanding hones a
Seablseuit, Stagehand, Caval
cade, High Quest, Thanksgiving.
Bold Venture and Challedon
circled the mile track in the old
fairgrounds prepping for the rac
ing war.
blew In Tuesday to see how his
old pal, Paul Waner. looks in a
Dodger uniform . Mr. uoyte
ha changed glasses twice, but
until yesterday had soen noth
ing to write home about.
NICE GOING. POP
Mr. Gaylt Talbot, who writes
those soorts nifties 'or this far-
flung organization, called the of
fice this morning to report ex
citedly: "I have lust had an
other baby."
FIRST ADHESIVE POSTAGE
The Penny Black, first ad
hesive postage stamp put Into
government use, appeared May
6, 1840, carrying a likeness of
Queen Victoria. Great Britain
produced the stamp as the re
sult of a campaign, launched
by Rowland Hill, English mathe
matician, reformer, and school
master, for establishment of a
cheap universal postage rate.
410
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Balkan Blitz Technique
Same As Rest
By DEVON FRANCIS
Associated Press Writer
The continued and apparently
Irreaistable drive by German
Panzer columns toward de-1
bouchment Into the great valleya
of central Greece makes It ap
propriate at this time to exam
ine the cause of the allied re
treat What was lost yesterday, and
what may be gained today,
seems second in importance to
the fact that, starting over a
year ago the German military
machine, like a blue ribbon foot
ball team, ha chalked up an
almost unbroken string of vic
tories. What happened in Poland,
Norway, the low countries and
France appears to be happening
now In the Balkans The tech
nique is the same Only the
locale has been changed.
In all that time the axis
power Italy, of course, en
tered the war only when France
wa desperately ailing have
auffered only five setbacks, two
of a negative and three of a
positive character.
The Germans filled to anni
hilate the British expeditionary
forces at Punkerque. Their
scheduled Invasion of the ciudel
of Britain, according to London
account, failed to come off. The
allies registered positive but
ephemeral victories in Albania
and north Africa. The British
successes at Taranto and Cape
Matapan may be fused for con
sideration here to provide an
allied victory cf more lasting
importance.
- Historians may see fit to at
tribute the long succession of
British setbacks to a combina
tion of causer possibly a failure
of the general staff to grasp
the Import of the Gfrman tech
nique of warfare, perhaps a lack
of mechanized and motorized
equipment and disciplined sol
diery, well officered from the
top down.
In the Greek campaign, which
from th beginning ha had an
astounding 'empo, the German
have followed the same pattern
they established last May fil
tering through what were In
tended to be stabilized defense
lines, destroying communica
tion, breaking a segment of a
line and forcing a general re
treat by a flanking movement.
Of tho many reasons which
might be assigned to German
TURNER CHEVROLET CO.
Says Writer
successes, the lack of proper
equipment in the ranks of their
enemies looks the most plaus
ible. It has been my conviction
since the start of the war that
the allies consistently under-
! rated the strength of the Ger-
man Luftwaffe in terms of air
planes. The same very welt could hold
true In the field of ground oper
ation. Hitler himself ha stated
that hi chief strength lie in
the refusal of his enemies to
believe him.
This Is a difficult week for
London, Athens and Washing
ton. Assuming that the Germans
are able to overrun the Greek
peninsula which remains to
be seen the next major
theatre of war in the east could
very well be Egypt, with control
of the Suez canal as the stake.
German tanks are rumbling
across Libya. They are there
despite the British Mediter
ranean fleet.
LINDSAY AGAIN
TO FACE OLIVERA
VANCOUVER, B. C, April :
18 (UP) Kenny Lindsay of Van
couver, claimant to the world's'
bantamweight title, will meet
the dethroned titleholder, Tony,
Olivera, in Oakland, Calif., about ,
April 30, it was announced.
Thursday night
Lindsay's manager, Arnold I
Bertram, said he would ' stand I
firm in his refusal to counter-1
ance oxygen tank which had ;
been a major issue In Lindsay's'
10-round decision over Olivera
Tuesday nieht.
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MINIATURE FILMS
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CAL TENNIS TEAM
CLINCHES SECOND
BERKELEY, Calif., April II
(UP) The University of Califor
nia tennis team Thursday de
feated Stanford 7-2 and cinched
second place in the southern di
vision of the Pacific Coast con
ference. The University of Southern
California already had clinched
the title. California took five
single and two double match.
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