Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on March 16, 1936 · Page 6
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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 6

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THE-ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERA LP, ALBANY, OREGON MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1936 J PAGE SIX , "! of teachers have been re-elected. Small,. But He's Mighty Coxswain Florida Derby Victor Favored in K en tuck v HIGH HOOPERS TO OPEN PLAY ON WEDNESDAY STANFORD EYES BERLIN JAUNT FOR OLYMPICS , m iif . - Mf, ( WSW fi '15 jtfeH n - 1 k ., DCS kfr ft Ygj Bp Although ne s only 15 years old ana weigns out 65 pounas. Billy Monroe, as coxswain ot ;he Long Beacn. Caht., Polytechnic Higt School crew, puts ni eight oarsnun tnroueh orisR wornouts. Miss Ruth Towne of Holley and Miss Alta Hedlund of Brownsville, now teaching in the Sweet Home schools, to teach in the local schools next year. They will take the places of Mrs. Guy Shellen- i barger and Mrs. Roy Antrim who did not apply for positions in the ! local schools for next year. All i oilier members of the present corps Flashing acrosB tlie tlnlnh line to eijunl Discovery p ante ana an eigmn rear ago. Joseph A. Wldener'a Brevity annexed Ihe rich Florida Derby became fovorlle In the winter books for the Kentucky Derby The ah 1 winning going away, with Dnclpcr second and Brlchl RENAISSANCE TOPIC Mrs. M. M. Stocker of the art department of Albany college. l will give a lecture at 7:15 Monday i evening at the college on the I Italian Renaissance, illustrated by stereopticon slides and prints. The lecture is given under auspices of Dr. Q. R. Breen of the history department of Albany college, and is ouen to the public ENDS TONITE DOUBLE BILL "We're Only Human" Freston Foster Jane Wyatt PLUS "Ah, Wilderness" Wallace Beery Lionel Barry more From the Sensational play by Eugene O'Neill TUESDAY ONLY "VHRRDIHG KUKarmnncuOII i niunnu the lad uJ M.r,,r, LINDSAY WALTER ABEL Tuesday Only STARTS WEDNESDAY HATTIE WAS RIFFRAFf. .BUT A WOMAN. ..WITH EVERY BEAT OF HER HEARTI frfinFmrnimi,Ti,ir irr.a ENDS SATURDAY who broke. Jj 'f htr hrtl 9 v - (HATTIE WAS RIFFRAFF. .BUT 1 A WOMAN... WITH EVERY I BEAT OF HER HEARTI f ; w sift '" Stanford University, Cal., March 16 Stanford university's Pacific Coast conference championship I basketball quintet, the first of Us kind the "farm" school has had In 15 years, turned ambitious eyes toward Berlin today after their successful campaign against University of Washington's invading Huskies. The Cardinals . won Stanford's first conference cage title since 1921- Saturday nigHt bv handing the Huskies their second defeat of a scheduled three-'gamo series, 48 to 38. The Cards won a Friday night clash 60 to 39. 'Echoes of 'Stanford- cheering barely, had quieted when Coach John Bunn announced his troupe of stars will enter the Pacific coast inter-collegiate Olympic trials at Seattle. ... There, they will be called upon to vanquish the Huskies and their V. S. C. rivals from Los Angeles if they are to attain the honor of go-in to New York City for further eliminations. The Cards, sparked by Angelo (Hank) Luisotti. who followed Up a 32 point Friday night scoring spree by piling up 21 points in Saturday's game with Washington, had little difficulty accomplishing that feat in previous meetings. i The, northern games will be conducted under the tip-off rule, which! Bunn violently opposed prior to his delight that Stanford controlled the center tip-off most of the time and that the change; from" , the throw-in . system cm-! ployed in the southern division of the conference worked little handicap on his team. . PIRATE TRACKMEN " START WORKOUTS ON HAUSER FIELD l Track got under way for the Pir-te - this afternoon - on Hauser field as Coach Curley Miller sent his sod candidates through ' their initial workout of the season. . Last week a few of the trackmen graded the field, and must yerton-struct Jumping pits. The field is expected to be in top shape in two weeks. Practice will begin in earnest- then with a complete set of pits and boxes for tho first time in years. Miller expected about 15 to 20 candidates to report for the first practice, with, the possibility that a few more will turn out after the ( field is completed. City Hoop Fans Too , ; Rowdy, States Coach ' Lawrence, Kan., March 16. A spirit of rowdyism among basketball fans at games played in big cities today led Dr. F. C. (Phog) Allen to decide that his Universtiy : j 1 TOOCV Bv, Henry McLcmore United PreM Hlaff Correspondent j I I Perhaps Miami. Fin.. March 16 it's because I have been in Florida wurtn reotrn ni i 1 hpi a m Hlnlpah Park, and thereby picture ahowa the great colt PlumnEe third VICTOR GROENING NAMED AS GUARD WITH ALL-STARS Albany Hi placed one man on lh( 'irst eight-man all-star squad and two on the second team which were enpsen py mo coueiies 01 uie ul""cl ' Vic Groening, Bulldog captain ana tiiree-stnpe man was selected placed four men on the first team, The team includes Pflugrad and Kruger, Corvallis, and Cavcn, Eu- gene, forwards; Warren, Corvallis and Boroughs, Eugene, centers; . C.roening, Albany, Nolan of St I Mary's and Crockett of Corvallis , were guards ' ' , . . I Harold Fox and Bob Arthur were selected for the second all- star team forwards. The second all-star team inc udes Minncy. three months, within opportunity Grand Slam is to see 'cm beat him for one of the guard positions. Cor-to study the stairs chamber of t the wire . at Colonel Matt's vallis, champions of district 7 Lounge urove. ana rox ana Ar-, licve thilt he is and that ne is a Umr, forwards: Shortiit se. Co tage, r(,wal.der of thcm that diiigently Grove and Carson, Springfield, j seok him" (Heb. 11:1, 6). centers; Stevenson and Shisler The Lesson-Sermon also includ-both from Eugene, and Mann of i ed the f0il0wing correlative pas-Uniyersily Hi, guards. sa,,s from tne christian Science Calls that come in are as important to you as the calls you place Telephone sen ice offers you "two-way" usefulness. It takes your messages, saving you endless inconvenience and hours of time. It also brings messages In you. '.'Your proposition is accepted" "report for work tomorrow" who knows what important titliigj it may hear? Salem. Ore., March 16. Sixteen high school basketball teams, champions of their respective districts, were preparing today for the opening of the seventeenth annual high school basketball tournament here Wednesday. Mill City, Bellfountain and Roseburg were the last teams to qualify, winning their district championships with games on Saturday night. Four B teams will compete among themselves, with the winner of the state B title being entered in tne semi-finals with qual ifying A squads. ! First day games in the A classi-ification will be: Astoria vs. Ben-;son; Corvallis vs. Ashland; Franklin vs. Roseburg; Salpm vs. Tilla-imook; La Grande vs. Oregon City; ' and Bend vs. Milton-FreeWater. ! B games on the opening day will i be: Myrtle Creek vs. Mill City and Bellfountam vs. umapine. Roosevelt Flirts With Tax Deadline! ! Washington, March 16. Presi- dent Roosevelt today gave over his luncheon hour to the task of making out his income tax. i Like thousands of other Amer- icans, Mr. Roosevelt waited until a few hours before tho deadline. "Wil lhe have help in makini; out his return?" Secretary Stephen T. Early was asked. "No, he always makes it out alone," Early replied. Substance Subject Of Sunday Lesson "Substance" was tne subject of the Lesson-Sermon in all Churches of Chrizt Scientist, on Sunday, March 15. The Golden Text was ' Honor the Lord with thy substance, and ' with the firstfruits of all thine increase" (Prov. 3:9). i e inc w,,i mm- Pnsod the Lesson-Sermon was the following from the Bible: ' Now faith is the substance of things n0,)(,d for the evidence of things! not seen. ...... But without faith I it ls impossible to please him: for ne tnat cometh to God must be- ...vihook. "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by i Mary Baker Eddy: "All substance! intelligence, wisdc) being, im-1 mortality, cause, and effect be-i longs to God. These ore His at- i tributes, the eternal manifestations of the infinite divine Prin- cinle. Love. No wisdom is wise 1 but His wisdom: no truth is true no love is lovely, no life is Life but the divine; no good is, but ll.A ., A r ,! Unn... "ifnV. O TEACHERS ENGAGED Brownsville. (Special) The board of education of the Browns- ;:i ,.ui; i,nr,i- i,.. i.h I. 1 t MM V 0)O Double Made from ST I - There is a kind of telephone service iiist suited lo your needs. A representative will he ylad to give you full information. but that was just an oversight, The Red Wings are winging out in front of the American section ofi the National Hockey league right i now. And my guess is that Detroit will is run, Mr Grand Slam belongs to n nnir n n.(ii'0 ii ,.,.. ij a Market and Charles Bonn. And the only way I II bo convinced that. brevity or any other -nnimul is a botlcr piece of livestock than Churchill Downs. Incidentally if Grand Slam doesn't get that floral collar In Kentucky, a gentleman named Greogc Krehbiel and my- self will own more what's-hls-namo ever hats than made, KOAC Radio Program Monday, March 16 5:00 On the campuses: 5:30 Music: 6:00 Dinner concert: 6:30 Evening turm hou,.. 8:30 Oregon prison association; 6:45 Market and crop r,,prls nnd wenther f,.e. cast; 7:15 C. V. Ruzek "Soil , V; fertility principles; 7:30 t-H club meeting; 8:00 music: B15 The book of the week; 8:30 The Oregon Loggers; 9:00-9:15 United Press news. . Tuesday, March 17 9 a. m., Homomakcrs' Hour; 10, Music; 10:15 Guarding Your Health: 10:30. Music: 10-45 KOAC School of tho Air: 11:45. Music: 12. r. r ....... .. 12M5 Arthur Klne "Heloine Our Soils Produce." 12 40 Market and crop reports nnd weather forecast, 1 p. m.. Music: 1:15. World Book ;,. .....il. )hp Mind's Desire-Helen Miller Senn: 1:45. Music; 2:30. Rural Life 3-in TLinsir.. Tim M,,Mitnr Music: 3:45. The Monitor Views the News; 4, Musical Stor- j,s; 4:30, Stories for Boys and Girls. 5 p. m On the Campuses; 5:30, (,( Coin, 7:15 I. H. Jones "The Management of Enrly Spring Pas- tines for Dairy rattle"; 7:30. The citizen and His School "Training for llomrmnking In High School" Miss Kcrthn Kohlhagcn, State Supervisor of Home Economics Education; 8. Musicnle; R:15. The Ukrld in Review Dr. Victor P. i ris; n:3u. Music ol uie master; 0-9 5, United Press rKM'3. DcmouTiTt OtSbrald Want Ads. Bring Results Bv WILLIAM? -K-Q- FERibOTTEM MAN' Of Kansas .earn would play oniyi,n )i(.in th(J clly.g champions one THE PACIFIC T E I. H 1 HONE AMI) 1 E L E C It A I il COMl'A.N Y Telephone 88 commerce mcinoas, mat i marvel so at the sister organization of the city of Detroit. Down here a chamber of com- mercc needs nothing more than the invention of a new sandwich by a local drugstore clerk to publish an eight-page, illustrated brochure, explaining how the climate enabled the inventor to hit on his peanut butter und chopped cabbage combination. In direct contrast to such nnn- rensical ballyhoo is the admirable 'restraint of the Detroit chamber of comrneice. in tne snort :,nnte ot a vr, D"1,1.1 h"? V.'TSP , he sP"rts cnpital of the United Stales. Olhei commerce. In the short snace of a v Ulll ti siim.v ui uii'Muiia lull in honor will convince you thut they are not pretenders lo tho tillo. Yet, so far as I know, the city's C. of C. hus not issued one Dumplilet, hired a single sound truck to rumble through t Mo nation, or sent fortli one field renresenlntive to shout the glad tidings. -. It's nothing short of remnrknble that one city should so completely nn.,.....! ........... I..l..it should always begin with the Tig- crs- For 110 Mwr lirt of the ci,v cvon tho waterworks or the ,,i,n , ,., j citizenry as of Ihe men of Cochrane, holders of the world's . hnsnhnll ns our mitionnl snorl. and Detroit dominates the professional end of that too. Its Lions hold the world's title, victors In the playoffs of the National league. but there are seven people in tne country todnv (Jim Hraddock. Mrs. Jim Uraddock, Howard, James J. Jr., and Hose Marie Braddnck. Joe Gould, and n Min- neapolis iceman named Sim) who don't believe that the only reason he doesn't own it is because he hasn't had a swing at Ilraddock's features. If it's a raring champion you want, Detroit has Gar Wood to of IM TM The town owns no hockey title, hi I I Eourls",ly U1B lu,r,-,u I 'SHnS'fnr their fn .m,li. im vorlte team, city spectators boo all . ,tlr.nlnren Il.iL i ?.,iii .flhiS'T1 Z nvr. "in il " i baseball championship. Review; 2:45. Music; 3. "Books for Menlo, AVmh., schools male pop-my piayers 10 n. Fnothnll is the ni-arest rival to oih.m- invu" T nnh E,ir,ir.,ici.,iti illation when the tournament NATION-WIDE Buckoroos Capture v First Playoff Game Mellow " There can be no argument as to Music; 5:45. Vespers Led bv Dr. Walla and hverett, two or the Portland, Ore., March 16. Port- Detroit's stranglehold on box'ng. J. s. Burns; 6. Dinner Concert; strongest contenders, each by a land Buckaroot defeated Vancnu- for Joe Louis is from there. And (130, Farm Hour 6:30 The Ag single point. In the championship! ver, 3 to 2, last night, In the first the brown bomber is darn near nil Club, 6:45 Market and crop reports game Saturday night. Valley de- game of the semi-finals playoff to there is to boxing today. He and weather forecast, 7: D. C. fented Honuiam 32-28 in an over-select the opponent for a North- doesn't own the heavyweight title' Smith "l'i epanition and Planting time period. i ne coacnes voting were iviusn Torson, Corvallis: Curl Fllingsen, AIU. ...... DnnJ . ".I..-! TnUnnn... niUllllV, V.1111 l. l.vUi'IIUM Orlo Bafdoy. Collage Grove; Rob ert Chatterton, Springfield; Fritz Kramer. Eugene; Arne Lindgrcn, ' University Hi nnd Father Richard Ciirberry, St. Mary s. 1 ' Seattle, March 16. Valley high school basketball team a squad of nillc scrappy plavers who played lii,l,lnlnn .-! Itnll' fin,4 rflfninH tn let up for an instant today held, the high school basketball cham- pionship of the stale of Washing-1 ton. mmnMniv n,.nrimi,nH Valley-Wth its nine players ren- resenting one-fourth of the little opened. Hut in the first round, the onened. But in the first round, the "giant killers" dropped Lewis and, Clark of Spokane, one of the fav- ,ored t-ams. With their killing pace, the Vikings mowed down Walla Suds Win Second Tilt With Beavers Santa Monica. Cal., March 16 The practice series championship of the northwest rested with the S-attle club as the Indians yester-Hny took he second straight game from Portland, 6 to 1. The Indians led throughout with the Heavers scoring the lone tally in the eighth. Seattle Won 5 to 4 Saturday. OAKVII.I.E WINS Oakville. (Special) The return game played bv t()Tangent and Oakville gradif'lKml basket-hall teams, on tlti' local floor. Tuesday afternoon, resulted in a score of 10 lo I! in favor of the Oakville bovs. Plavers report a hard battle to cam the two points over the visiting team. Kirhard Peterson referccd. PAIR'S A(iK TOTALS 1S5 YK.ARS Obessa, Wash. The two oldest rc.Ments of this little wheat community, Willi 1H5 vears between them," celebrated birthdays together here recently. The Rev. O. Graedel was 85. Mrs. Wilhelminn r.ro;-s was 100. Both were born in &!nsi. , west ice Hockey league title series with Seattle. . A capacity crowd of 4.000 watched the struggle, In which Vancouver came from behind to tie tbe score in the first and third periods. ," Hcmmerling, assisted by Ar- bour, shot in. Portland's winning Coal. . The teams play at Vancouver tonight, and if a third game is nec- essary. it will be land Thursday. wayed W i "OUT OUR WAY" ' t '."'. il,'. 1 1 v. ' r, j 1 iJlt I! It III 1V BEEM OVER V "1;7rr VEW -.)M&M TO SISTER'S-1 ,--n AFTER SHE OOT KWSRIEP, 1 fa lT" "(SSjs 0c''"r 6'h' 1035 ' ' I 'Kfl FORGOT ABOUT .V.M'lh THOT NWPE ID OT A LITTLE VW ' l ' ' W VOU-TUAT IS- t ATTEMTION BUT IT'S WORSEf P -' HT I FOPCCfT TO I SME OWNED TMI5 MOUSE WHEM - Hk V. LEAVE THE J I Si VWb HERE- NOW SHE OWN 3 'J? V , w-yr two, amd a mousen-aid fertm' ' W bzCrk - -i TWO. AND I'M A BUM VOO . ( ' m&$hf'-& T 1; GOT TMEM A SWELL 5UPPER ' " M , 3 WtSk&r - - V AM' I GET A CAM OPENER " IPS : , J'. ' ---iDEPTO AM'.Glt.-;..,.. 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