Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1941)
CO CET XM
Klamath gal keglers take the
local sports rostrum this week
end when they roll Saturday
and Sunday in the big Women's
International Bowling congress
tourney now underway m Los
Comparative scores would in
dicate the ten girls rank well
up with the country's maple
women. But they'll have to bowl
over their average heads to win
at U A.
The best individual game spun
to date is a 277 scored by Mar
ian Gorman of the Schmidt's
Beer team of Detroit in the team
event She rolled ten straight
strikes but left a split on the
eleventh ball which wouldn't
fall with the twelfth. It was the
highest score ever rolled in
The present singles leader is
Agnes Campbell of the Steeb's
Pattern quintette of Moline. 111.
The chances are she'll hold it
for it's six pins better than the
winner last year. Stella Hartrick
of Detroit's Olympic recreation
five is pacing the all-events with
THEY'LL EAT NAILS
The Tourist Greeter's guide,
soaring in its blue-green fashion
from the Bend chamber of com
merce, says fishing is downright
good in that part of the country.
You can pick your own me
thod fly. bait, or troll and
nearly always get results.
One lad. a Leonard Standifer.
caught a 31 -pound brown out of
the Deschutes above Bend that
had a one-ounce rock in its stom
ach. They're hungry.
Another weexend has flitted
past and no one, including Dave
Sanderson's typewriter, has yet
- leaped over seven feet without
the aid of a pole. Maybe an
aspirin would help, Dave.
Pelicans Beat Dorris
Lumberjacks, 6 to 5
Top Spot As
With a .383 batting average.
Ted Williams. 22. is pacing the
Boston Red Sox attack. He hit
.344 in the 1940 season and up
to May 24 had 36 hits for 34
times at bat.
Red Tolbert's Dorris Lumber
jacks almost knocked over the
Klamath Falls Pelicans i
practice Ult between the two
basin rivals last night at Recrea
tion field where a scanty audi
ence saw the lead change four
times with the Pelicans finally
emerging victors by a 6-3 count.
Eignt errors marred an other
wise well-played contest tnat
witnessed live pitchers. Bob
Williams and Burt Swope tor
the Dorris nine and Onn Davis,
Clyde Carlstrom and Babe
Scnwab lor the locals, parade
to the mound for workouts.
Klamath diamond artists were
guilty of five miscues to three
errors for the Lumberjacks.
Kiamatn big Inning was the j
seventh when four markers
crossed the platter on lour ,
singles, two walks and an error. I
The Pelicans were trailing at tne j
time, 5-i. and four runs were
just enough to give Manager
Ernie BisnoF's boys a singie-run '
Third Baseman Babe Schwab j
turned hurler during the last t
two innings to set six Dorris I
players down in order. One !
Lumberjack, Hi Hatfield, man-:
: aged to get a hit off Schwab,
a triple, but he was out at home '
attempting to stretch his blow j
into a home run. Babe struck
I out two men and walked one
but got the latter on a double 1
; play that he himself started.
The Pelicans opened the scor-!
ing in the initial frame as Man-1
ager Bishop singled and came I
Portland Pounds 6-4 Win
Over Padres; L. A. tears
Oaks; Stars Take Seals
SACRAMENTO. Calif, June
4 iUP Hal Turpin. Seattle
right-hander, tonight gave Sac
ramento its first shutout of the
season when he blanked the
Solon.-, 20. in a Pacific Coast
league baseball game.
Norbert Kleinkc. Sacramento
pitcher working his first game
ui six weeks, allowed the Ram
lers only four hits but lost the
game while his teammates were
getting 10 scattered blows off
Turpin won his own game in
the eighth when he singled
through second base to score the
only runs of the game. Sacra
mento left nine men on base.
Most Major Games Rained
Out; Senators Drop Tilt
l To St. Louis Browns, 7-4
j By United Press
Rain, wet around and cold
j weather postponed all but two! last sad sentences were recited
New York Pays Last Tribute
To Gehrig at Bronx Funeral
By GAYLE TALBOT
NEW YORK. June 4 !. The
J ,ui 6, 104 1
of the major leagues daylight
baseball games Wednesday.
; Nevertheless there was one im
portant change in the National
1 league standings.
The idle Brooklyn Dodgers
backed uito the league lead
when the seventh-place Boston
Braves scored a 4 1 victory over
the St. Louis Cardinals to knock
them out of their first-place tie
Rookie Art Johnson held
over Lou Gehrig early today in
a little vine-covered church
around the corner from his home
in the Bronx.
The wasted body of the great
Yankee first baseman who died
Monday night after a brave two
year fight against an unsolved
disease rested in a handsome
mahogany coffin banked by
thousands of blooms as the Rev.
the j Gerald Barry sixike the burial
Cards to nine hits (or his third ! office of the Episcopal church,
major league triumph as t h e I There was no music and the
Braves banged out 11 hits off ' ritual was at a minimum, con
Harry Gumbert to hand him his j forming with the request of Mrs.
second loss in seven starts. The 1 Gehrig. Only those with invita
Braves announced that they lions were admitted to the final
mrre playing the game under rites. The public had expressed
protest after the Cards were ' its sorrow last night in a line
awarded one of their two runs : of men. women and children
in the sixth for Interference, but that wound past Lou s coffin be-
, withdrew the complaint after
: the game.
I Carvell Rowell. with a triple
' and two singles, paced the
Braves while Creepy Crespi
fore the altar for two hours.
Babe Reaches Church
Later today the ' ody was to
be cremated. Mrs. Gehrig had
made no plans for disposal of
hammered out two doubles for " "-'" but there was to be
the cards. nothing morbidly spectacular,
i The St. Louis Browns equal-' ,uch strewing them over the
! led their longest winning streak , Vankee stadium. Mrs. Gehrig
' of the year two straight by , nQ Lou 'und Prcnta. long pre
i beating the Washington Senat iot nu d-lh- wanted an
; tors. 7-4. The Browns highlight-; cnd to ,he sorrowing
1 ed their attack with a four-run ' . L5 th -T ,ood '
Looking for Bargains'' Turn
to the Classified page
San Diego 29
San Francisco 29
Los Angeles 25
Oakland - 24
1". , -"' NATIONAL LEAGUE I
I -y !" !! w. l. Pet.
f; -oIYU ? Brooklyn 32 13 .711'
V , New York 22 19 .537
V .' Cincinnati 21 25 .457
I " Chicago 19 23 .452
SifcA I Pittsburgh , 15 22 .405
! Bolton 15 25 .375
'; M ' " Philadelphia 14 29 .326
' Jr ' - ! AMERICAN LEAGUE i
' . : ' w. l.
E ' Cleveland 30 19
f - ' Chicago 27 18
r '. ' .. New York 25 21
sTWl Boston 22 19 .537
; - ' ft-jT Philadelphia 23 22 .511
"'.' P it Detroit 24 23 .511
"'' M S' St. Louis 15 29 Ml
' ' PSSn Washington 16 31 .340
: ifiw ; : i
36- ' f Thm Auoctattd rrtw
: KEW YORK rnaikT Wrunt. It1;.
rSj " trM Anri. outpoint"! Guillertijo Pomtri.
I LOS ANOKLEs RiHiaM Pom. 141.
i K'tt Ortn. H.tjKiiMi the Vuta Kid.
V 1 142. Miami. Fit.. iSt.
Sai,,V'"iu tt jKf
home on Outfielder Carl Read s ; Loast league cellar while t h e
booming three-base hit to left j aks tcU ln-
centerfield. Read scored on an
infield out to put bis team up, LOS ANGELES. June 4 (UP)
2-0. (Bill Sweeney's Hollywood Stars
Dorris tallied three runs in tonight bunched four hits and
SAN D1EGC, Calii., June 4
il'Di ttn.l I tJ
vv"' r"'""u "C"Y seventh inning featured by
pounded out runs in five innings ; Joh Berard.no's double with
tonight for their second con-1 tne baseJ loadnl
secutive victory over the San Thornton L. won ni, KvrnXh
Diego Padres. The score was 6 vjctorv and vllchtiS n j , mntn
complete game of the seavjn to-'
.. v.- i-j . k i death.
OAKLAND, Calif., June 4 i White Sox to a 6-1 triumph over
(UP) Los Angeles tonight took the Philadelphia Athletics,
another game from Oakland, b-1. ! Dario Lodigiani. obtained from
and moved out of the Pacific : the A s in a trade tor Jack
of hundreds of persons promin
ent in baseball and public life,
including Lou s closest assoc
iates, who hurried here by plane
and train upon learning of his
Knott, led the Sox' 10-hit attack
on his old mates.
He doubled in the second and
scored the first Sox run. He
singled in the sixth and in the
seventh, came through with an
the fourth when the Klamath walk in the third inning of their ' J'"jL, , ' .
ll A .,l . cam, with Kan r,..L , J..,1"811"1 ' " TUflS. Taft
defense fell apart and posted an-1 game with San Francisco to de
other pair of runs in the first of I feat the Soaks, S to 3. for thcir
the seventh to send the Jacks ' second consecutive victory.
out front, 5-2. The Pelican nine
then burst forth with its game-1
clinching four-run rally in the :
last of the seventh.
Last night's victory was the .
fifth in seven games for the
Pelicans during 1941 action.
Only two losses of the year to
date have been to the Albany
MCIPIC COIST LIACUI
Wright haa been purposely
passcd to get at Lodigiani.
Babe Ruth, who preceded Geh
rig in those famous Yanhee bat
ling orders, reached the little
i church last night just before
dark. With him was Bill Klem.
' v?t ran National league umpire
i Babe stood for a minute look
j ing at his former teammate,
whose handsome face showed
'only slight evidence of the dis
ease that had paralyzed and
wasted the rest of his body.
Tears welled into Ruths eyes
and ran down his fat cheeks
He stumbled over into a comer
and buried his face in his arms
Conn Drills for Louis Go
did v , x v -t;
Lik, tkini.il. i
and Man-uo; J-'hno and
tainjjrU; kit ink and
Pimh'irt-h at ri. nlcrit, ro4tpori-i
Otlcago at RrYioilin. p"lrwnifr. r)n.
I I ( t(itnmtl at Phils Jrfj.h la. nijtit. fnttyni.
A I cos, northwest semi pro1 ,
champs. The Alcos defeated the i ? b.
Klamath aggregation here two ; u.ni)Tr,',n i
urulr. afA Ifl k alkqnv1 Jin ten irrf ( tr nuk.araki llian and fian.
Pet- I ... C...-jL Lu at A ! P-
..,-iaai mwuv iutim in. ,
600 I Next Saturday flight the Peli
.543 1 cans wil1 tan'c with the Ku-
gene Aimeucs unaer ine arcs 01
Recreation field in an exhibition
contest. A regularly scheduled
Oregon State league encounter i to fa to
between these two clubs will be
played Sundav afternoon at 2 Manager Ernie Bishop punch-1
p. m., also on the local diamond. out four singles in eight tries ;
Another team th. J.lvprtnn against Albany
Red Sox. has been added to the
AMI ft. CAM LCAGUC
X-w Tcrk at IVtrutt. pttp.ninl. rata.
tttoft at Clrrtdd, aifht, tttpoM.
It. H. t
MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS .
r Tw wata avtM
S 1 IINi. - i ...-.:.. Ml.
Wa-ii- (f. t. ViU. Ml.
KL.V-. - Mwr, l. b-Ola. . Hark.
With T ad fut ceckd for hi tight In Now York Juna II
with HNTyvmyht Champion Jo Loult. Billy Conn gos through
Uatnino ptctt. Hr th Pituhtirgh slugger's mutcUt ara itralntd
and tat u hm skip rop.
Mi'jfhtf. tt. tmilt, 81, Browa.
HO ML Kl 4
B TTIN W ilUaiua. lK..to..
Cfrttiin. J-ntr.n. -5Ti.
Kl N4 J. 1iM Nr Vork,
b I'iMlffto, h...n. ).
HI If Diat'ini. iTitU4lrriia
CI... -it art J-x
fITt HG - Wkrf.
Limi, I Katacri. t.
Klamath Kail thin week. The
t".a Ukr. 1000 fr-t higher than Fifth
" ' lake, now open a nrw water to
l.touthprn Oritfon fihrrmcn who
havf rrpnrtrd exi'llrnt cutt'tuv
AnKlrrs are adviM-ri h JB$k
'worms urr Wintt ud rffrr!iaW
Iv behind fln-hrni to lure the
Boats have been taken 1o Four Four Mile Minnow, and cluster
Mile lake, situated on the east .eggs have been successful with
side of Mt. McLaughlin, accord the silverMde trout which run
ing to information received in I in the high mountnin lake.
.ui Four Mile Lake
ORQ n&r. I tKo . I
.ooo pes Jictnbb and Haea: ! and Trf.h.
LW. HARPER Is such superb
whislcay becouso. In moking
it, coif it no ofcf'ecf. The one, the
only guiding principle (hot
controls every precious drop
ki Mak U at fin as whltkty
tan brgordla of coif.
Tilt Msdel Whl.kty
I. W. HARPER
. . "bridal"-Ing hi
budget by eating htra
Oregon State league to make it
jan eight-club circuit. Bob How
; ard, president of the Pelican
; Baseball club announced early
this week. In a letter from Ray
j Brooks, secretary-treasurer of
I the State loop, it was revealed
that the Silverton outfit, a mem
ber of the league for several
seasons, had finally decided to
come in again this year and will
make up for lost time by play
ing Saturday night games and
Locals Play Silverton
Silverton will be incorporated
in the Pelican first half schedule
by meeting the Klamath con
tingent at Silverton Saturday
night. June 21. The Pelicans
tackle the Hills Creek Hillbillies
the next day, June 22, at Swim
mer's Delight just south of Eu
gene. During second half action
the Red Sox will journey to
Klamath Falls Sunday, July 13.
to fill in a bye in the Pelican
Paul Crapo. slugging first
baseman who hits from the left
side of the plate, continued to j
top the Pelicans in batting with,
a neat .524 average. He collect-1
ed four hits, a single, double,
triple and home run in eight I
times at bat over the last week- j
cnd. Meanwhile Third Baseman
Babe Schwab, who shared the
top spot with Crapo a week ago
went hitless in six platter ap-
and Toledo to
gain 52 points and now rests in
second place in individual bat
ting with a .409 average.
Individual averages follow:
.' Klamath Falls will be rcpre-
sented at the semi-annual mect
j ing of the Oregon Association of
s City Police Officers in Albany
J - Thursday, June 5. by Police
t 1 Judge Leigh Ackcrman and Of-
-J f icer Frank Blackmcr who left
t .'in Thursday for the valley town.
J ;JS The conference will stress po
o mo lice problems relating to the
! president's recently proclaimed
night's ' "unlimited national emergency."
'and the question of handling traf-
H E i fic during the movement of
6 S ! troops through the state. The i
a 4 I nrnhl.m nf tnkinff rare nf nld. I
v . a i
Klamath Falls 8
Davis, Carlstrom, Schwab and ! icrs who violate city ordinances
Wanner; Williams. Swope and land state laws will also have a
Derrah. Goldbar. I prominent place on the program.
WORKERS LOCAL 424
Important meeting of the
3 P. M. - 8:30 P. M. Thursday.
Every Culinary Worker Must Attend
One of That Meetings.
A PERFECT FRIENDSHIP
BETWEEN THE IMPORTED
AND DOMESTIC TOBACCOS
USEO IN DOMINOS 13
MiO, MELLOW i
A NO SATISFYING. "
C v ' , -J-a
Wake this test
WITH A FIRMLY ROLLED
DOMINO AND ANV
ROLLZD, FILTER THE
SMOKE. . . AHE COOLER..
S urfboards are fun
AND YOU CAN HAVE
ONE WITH THE UP- A
T0-36 YOU LL fy
BY SMOKING MODERN
Think of getting
at avibe lefc
Vll 1 1111
nrmi i I
VAWI 0 V
NO CASH DOWN
Le 'CI 00
7hi J I krwuk
n U TO MY
McuiMN umu utmm chum
WITH ALL THESE NET,
IMPROVED, TYPICAL GENERAL
NEW LONGER MILEAGE
NEW SAFETY-GRIP TRACTION
NEW SMOOTH-ROLLING TREAD
NEW EXTRA STRENGTH
NEW EASY RIDING COMFORT
NEW SMART STYLING
It! the tire you've always wanted the
quality you need right now and know
you can depend upon for a long time to
come! See it for yourself drive in today.
TEED & NITSCHELM
301 So. 6th