Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on March 18, 1936 · Page 6
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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 6

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PAGE SIX -THE- ALBANY DEM OCR AT-H ERAL'D, A 12 B A N Y,; OREGON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1936 ' "OUT OUR WAY" By WILLIAMS Ellingsen took over the high school mentorship In 1930. AH.S. HOOPERS Playing a twenty-nine came I sjrv i i v-v Ik i--r tii i actc d t i HOOPTOURNEY LISTS f TILTS "giant-killers" of Bellfountain to B league oblivion. Only fk4 time tournament en-! tries areiyrtle Creek and Bell-I fountain, both B teams. Roseburg new to the official tourney, was isfcte champion in 1917 under the 'GOING OVER TO schedule, the A. H. S. team was on the short end of the score only five ALLEN'S TO MAKE ARE BANQUETED ; LEIBER GETS BOOST Pensacola, Fla., March 18. Hank teiber, New York Giants' outfielder, today signed his contract, believed to call for $11,000. He received $4,500 last year, and was offered $9,000 this season. He h'Tjout for $13,000, but compro-rmWu with Manager Bill Terry after a long holdout jt'ge. tmes. corvallis and fcunene were K TERRIBLE WHV I GET OUT- ME 1 DOMT SOU COVER LEAVIN1' MERE, WITH I ID TUiT .71 IMK ? I A Ri IKAO .l10Allvl' I . , KITES? WELL, I the only teams that could claim WISH mju touty invitational contest ana ai- a double victory from the home tenm. Only two Doints duelled the SEE HOW VOU TUESDAY NIGHT FOR FIRST DAY " ii i to. lijnnce TLiAi. i LOOKf ftS&ed in 1918. Bend's last trip to ,the wars was in 1924. All other teams are veterans of at least one I -III I vvunst inrv-i ; i victory margin in the first games against these two teams, Corvallis ; winning 24-22 and Eugene. 31-29 "Members of the Albany Hi bas- in an overtime. Springfield won other tournament. Xre., March 18. A casti B league entrants willicad off v , ' COIN THROUGH A I CUSTOMS HOUSE- i yj SA-SSED, SEARCHED V AN' 6A-5SED V . JgS NEVER AN' I H 73" i Ami rvs J . of 128 of the cream of Oregon's ! with the first two ganms joaay ool athletes will go ' their privau, Wn through their paces in rapid-fire automatically get a Mam in the style as an eight-act circus known semi-finals on Friday. as the state high school basketball j Complete schedule of today's tournament gets under way this games follows: afternoon. 1 o'clock Myrtle Creek vs. Mill bLONDE DYNAMITE! M She got all men figured, except X the one site wants! Ml Once everv hour, all afternoon and evening, the participants il) change but the show will go on, and by the end of today's schedule. only eight of the 16 hopeful teams I in the race will still be in the run- ketball squad and their parents I ll?er ?nam? in a" ly-season were honored at a banquet held upseibyn3"-27- Lator T" j Z , u i i i u. n.u son tne Bulldogs avenged this loss in the high school last night. The by a 1-16 slaughter, banquet was sponsored by the mo- Albany parnered the third soot 1hers of the team members. in District Seven, one of the tough- - Talks were given by Dr. A. A. ' est districts in the state. As luck Oroening, Mrs. J. O. Arthur, Coach would have it. the five defeats Carl Ellingsen, and Tubby Man- were suffered in conference play, ning. Rex Putnam, superintendent giving a conference record of of schools acted as toastmaster. ' eleven wins and five losses. The ' At the close of the evening, let- " non-conference ters were given to the following games, numbering among its wins players; Vic Groening, Bob Ar- a 22-l8 victory over Vancouver, thur, Tubby Manning, Harold Fox,' 3-l and 50-28 wins over the Verlin . Wolfe, Ernie Underwood, Chemawa Indians, and a 16-12 up-Elmo Misner, all seniors; Homer set over the Oregon State Rooks. Oroening, Jimmy Robertson, The Bulldogs scored 994 points Charles Sitton, juniors; and Junior in the season's play to the oppon-Hamm, sophomore. ents 562, or an average of 34.2 to , 19.4. Vic Groening paced the team Concluding the season with a during the year with 260 points, an 34-19 win over St. Mary's Gaels, average of 9 points per game. Vic state Catholic champions, Satur-, is a three-year letterman, leading day, March 7, the Albany Hi Bull- the league scoring in his junior dog basketball team completed the year and being second this year. most satisfactory year since Conch He plays a brilliant type of ball. jwiK lur tne crown. s All eyes wUl follow Ted Sr- pola, Astoria veteran, in his figW, j City- 2 o'clock Bellfountainlvjl CJnJ- Qapine. clock Astoria vs. Bensdft 4 o clock Corvallis vs. Ashhmd. 5 o'clock Franklin vs. Rose- bur8' j . 7:30 o'clock Salem vs. Tillamook. 8:30 o'clock La Grande vs. Oregon City. 9:30 o'clock Bend vsMilton- Frcewater. () BURNS DOWNS COSTELLO Salem. Ore.. March 18. Bobby Burns, Palm Springs. Fla.. defeat-ced Dick Costello. New York, in the main event of last night's wrestling card here. Don Sugai, Salem. , defeated Bruno Nymdjn) Victoria, B. C. Jack Curtiss, Mississippi, defeated Popeye Kirk. Hollywood. I lor tnree year all-state honors, to I join Jean EbAtaart and Glen San-, ford, only twt"pW'ers to make the j grade in sixtceir years of state , tournaments. Especially hard to reach is this plum since it takes not only an individual star, but a team good enough to make-vthc state playoff three years in if-row. Astoria, defending champions, will meet Benson of Portland in what is expected to be the pui-i standing game of the day. CorWl-! lis and Ashland will probably pro- vide a good show, and railbii ds are I not relegating the nytj'h-publicized 3Q K!VeW- TAKl NO WAYS l'W) q 1 . o A Ir I ways right." n "But he did tell the ambassadors Tie vA3kild be glad to hawe course laid out on his privateVrounds at Potsdam. So I went out and laid NOW PLAYING ENDS SATURDAY out an 18-hole cours It was a pleasure, for you never saw such turf in your life. being an excellent dribbler, passer, and shot. ; Bob Arthur, playing his second and last year for the Blue and Gold, was a very steady player, displaying accurate long shots and short one-handed shots near the basket. He was the safety man on defense and saved many baskets for the team. Clarence Manning, a three-year lettorman, was a power-house on defense and a good one-handed shout from the south side. He was out part of the season or he would By Henry McLemore Unittd Prtan 8Uff Corrcipondenl j il whs ou line, mi- iuuwci.ra were better than any grpen in this ; country today. But theyUiWn't last COOlING NJEXT SUNDAY ANOJER Inner Tho rnvnl iMirripnpri who O A:- - West Palm Beach, Fla., March had tended the tifrt for years, and 18. If I hadnt known the man, ; loved each bla of (g)ass as and his record, 1 would have sworn tnough it were a babyr became he was a phoney, sitting there in hm-i-ifinH whnn hiv saw some nf BIG DOUBLE BILL O V have scored higher. Harold Fox, playing SfrVt string the Silver Dollar grill, drinking a the dub plaKers dig those big div- If You'r Eond of Gg Fg)d You'll like Greyhound Tavern's. It's not just another restaifKint. Ii's more than you'd ever expected to Tfiid in eating out! Food prepared just as it is in well run homes .... the sort of service that everyone enjoys . . . atmospQie and svrioundings entirely in keeping with the ais of the management .... a place that's just better! bnllonly in his senior year, was beer and rolling big names off his . ots dubs Vlwas dig. So, after veV aggressive, a demon around tongue between each swallow. j about a week otplay on the royal the backboard and a good one- One minute he'd tell you of the grounds, came a message that the handed shot. O deynS of a time he had teaching kaiser would not countenance his Verlin WolfOTangent transfer, JohirD. Rockefeller a decent put-turf being destroyed. So we had to played very hard and deceptive ( ting grip, aVl the next he'd recall , move back with thepldiers." ball whenever he had the duinco, ! a joke that old ndrew Carnegie i--. VT" as dirt Ernest Underwood, .SJwo-.had told him as they searched in fKfl nTKA E G,A (A E) D yenr letterman. llrt rouuh, for one of the steel r ZL-,, , Homer Groening, the . other : king's drVes. And in between he'd I TO BolD OCrJiKQi SBRJ$G' -EG&8$ Served ftom 5 till 9 C starter, was the teams thud hign mention tiark Hanna and otQrs. S-ved from 11 till 5 .-cuici . ami nu uiiuiiici mi, nt fcelwasn't n nhnnev He was year, as have Jimmy Robertson and Junior Joe Mihcll-' and his stol.-es were Hiimm. The final stage of theQulldogs' sprLny football practice was en- as genuine as the Scotch burr Hint The starting lineup all equalled gave charm to his voice. It will O o or broke the ctury scoring mark soon be 40 since ne ,eft ; teoday as Coach Tuffy EllingJ in season piayVlhe sccmng folill hlirh tnr Kirio Anrt lWV; S?n prepared his candidates for mi O Mir luncheon, bridge, or dinner, at special rates V. Groening, -iw. Aiinur, n;llnjnH Thi,i sii r ti lesl wl" ciosexne spring pjacuce Vvc.- o , O h Munning, J01; oening. 150: cin""i nil ti.jiji ' r. 00: Wolfe, 77; RobertsonV&8 Fox.no 13;lsncr, v t O were spent at the Cleveland un- 1,", " 'o-Ks penoo. . Q club. And It was there that hoL""dm.cn, .nv0e ,S?" mst taught John D then an (,ergetie(y Bul'dg.?, 'lme wl scr,m-60 and Andy CarnesieHi5w to ages and dl llIs on plays occu' -Dluv the game iing evjy afternoon this week. piuy me game. Mnrn Axt(U aro slaUl fnr tnHnv Undeiood. 33; Hal 10; Sittyjl, 7; Long, mvaMj- i. PLUS I ''Vockefellet never would, preparatory to theVriday ik)r-have WKfcn up golO Joe said, if misli. he hatttit wanted to surprise his I Byl.tonight EUirfaen 11 prob-wife. She had been taking lessons ! ahlit tfave in mOlThi. two sonaris one iiiiu Decn iHKing lessans . ablVavc in mtod the two squads Allison Skip&orth J. H. (Jim) CHRISTIE, Prop. fo""1' 9). from me for a vcSr. but he caifed i un ...sit iv, u,i 9; "HITCH Hlg O LADY" Sk l(S)i4fe3 '. un and decided to try the gamp. fQ the eanQ Material hafc been PhonS 139-J 5QQ3 TVroinili Bids. Fresno, Cdi., maicn 18. Se'vcEs HO never was ansood player, ul , abimdant, and allhoiigii not pol- mtim 1) al roiffiles were missing Horn tht-jne never was a tfira oc. if you gCt.iSbtd, has yiltied(2i aat shows of ...Un. T V I '. k.J.l-l -I wiimi x iiit'iiu. iuu wuia Hiways . promise. ("1 o Grey suede ' li count on mm tor somewhere be- Following the completion of tweH 60 and 60 for ni holes. I footbalL baseball will start (Mhn-don tlielievetM)-. Rockefeller ever1 dav. gSvetSrl baseballers Have did Ickrnq caro as puich for golf iWOrkcd out this we(Jk")but the ma-as he didUoV quoits." U jority will tifiji out Mbnday. Q ban Francisco Seats training lot io(3y and Manager Lefty O'Dout lOOKed aiouir-uio single out more youngsters lie will mease today, i hosu diopped eVterday incluci Frank Eaiiuul Mrt Grants Puss, Ore. O o liisional to tebdh in Germanv. A Qffw years befiVob (SVnVM; to the O Q Modesto, Cal March 18. rEasc-runninippxtiibitlon was ea by newvwrK laimec lecruus twenties, he ncvenleH an offer frnm in ideleating the Oaklandaks, 7 the Royal Berlin golf club, the I Denver. ColofTTflarch Six-U(3 yesterday. I'he youngsiers4ynly course in Germany at tTit teen crack teanVwcrc left in the clWted in tor successive duubliMime. I National A. A. U. batftotball tour- ttwilta - o Head Offi?) and) 2) Bfaftihfs? O erdinenn n yKW filuo nab "I had nothing but misery ; nantent today, awaitinjf) Khf open-there," he said, "and all on account j if of the crucial fourth round of the soldiers. About once a week sCnndule to start at 1 p. m. a regiment or more of them would! TheiHir favorites Kansas Citv suddenly descend on the course Philco9Janta Fe-Trails of (jfan.fal and use it for n nractice nrouniClCitv. defcndir.El cliamnions. Kafi1- to r -. m a OBluc Paten San nernardina, Cal., March (fy Vy Mails, veteran tormcr Phiiry pilcner, yesterday hurleiV the Los Angeles Angel rookies to a 4 to 1 vitioiy over the regulars. trim . cjgfc They'd use the bunkers for'wnv Stores of Denver, aiict-GTobfcTt) trench, and the fairways for Refiners of MrPhcrsnn.uuin.-f1) O Fulltfrfon, Cal., March 18. tneiriiorses. 'came through with victories ycsM Qiiractinng ciiavcrs on MThcy'd run Salrt ov er the kreen, ; tcrriay. Frank sTicllcnback'i "Orangcincn' (BSOl'RC'gS) O (li on Hawl(n)id Due from Banks vlii,lv3)).( United States Bonds J 1.871.1:10.82 (2.07.3(gfe0,(?) Municipal Hiid Otheifon, 0 0 0 - - - - 22,742,G52..I3 Loans aSiit Discounts - - - P) m m Q m 17.nns.in:t.S7 thousands or tnem. 1 hree of the far-western teams '"It got so bad that the members, met defeat yesterday. The Oregon manx of whom were Americans Normal quintet lost to tlieJPeiril mid Khi'lishnicn. asked the Amor-: Athletic club of Philadelphia, 3 yesterday eked out a 3 to 2 victory over Eddie Mulligan's "Shamrocks" In a St. Patrick's day game at ihe San Diego training camp. Hud Tultle, son of the Coast league president, allowed the Shamrocks but five scattered hits. O O Stock Reserve Dank k in r eileral ill MlQaO.UO 0 0 0 icairswd tnulish ambassador to 27; Gilmore Oilers of Aberdeen, speak to the Kaiser. They did, and : Wash., were eliminated by the I remember his answer when they ', Gavlords. 53-44. aiid the Seattle requested the soldiers be kept off Knights of Columbus were downed the course. He simply said: I bvihe Young Men's Institute of 2,0fi2,098.02 186.506.51 3.5L In Germany the soldiers ariVAl- S;ln rrauvfvco, 32 to 20. m-s arfi--aJ G riaiiK l'i-eniises, l'unntuie aiHl0ixttirts 0 0 Other Real Estate Owned - - - 0 - 0 (".omers' Liability rcet(aTlt)t(s;0 0000 -sQ Interest Earned (?) 0 0 - 0 0 W Siibwriptiun torlpQitInsniicc - 0 O ( OVher Resoles 0 - 0 - '- , ) o '.,406.1 4Z6.-156.:!! fft.U79.CD o Santa Monica, Cal., March IB -Manager Dutch ltculher, tormcr oig league pitcher, continued working with his Seattle Indian hurlfUii) squad today in the belief that Access of his club rested with ihc mound-smcn. Alter two d;jys of weight-reducing exercises. DH'k llarreti, Indian muund star, began tossing the ball to a lew batters. Tl). 187.60 Grey ruffie squHrce and heel, $6.85 )l (53000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ANNOUNCING " 0.0 ; o n S--n (T.IABaiT!??! v ' q n (CitU)000 0 r.) ($2T5Jo0.() J, tirplu0 0 (265.000.(ft) Undivided IfrMs) . g r 'Bj.WiSf'iTjjori) (' Rt'i-yorvdiituige's.'E (4fj0.'187.!lt - Acj-eptatlces 0 0 (.i 0 . 3:t,406.P) , . , Merest Collgjeff; (Advane'e) (., -, fJ 0 Qs.448.4L o Stockton, Cal.. Martii 18. Max Hit hop, manager olVAbe Hortland Heavers, expects to give his squad un extensive workout today. The Heav-M's arrived at the new training camp yesterday, after Vlatiy persons have the impresiftKat ojne must h;vo a largt amount of money .(t(elfi,itHy benef itsfof an nnqity) o - ml , Y ir;. running into.' considerable, cold i weather anoVaVi at Ventura. All lioaveWjiic it good condi- lion. Bishop said, except Steve Cosciuuit, young 'outfielder, -who ' wns- sent to F.seondido lor. two or! O J urner laoilities 0 47,508.47 ) I DePs 0000J563J177J5 ." . ' tiTe.D'oo'S) r three weeks rest. Coscarar ligumcnt m practice Ins vwee i)-H Want Ads Rfne Resui ; 'CjlAlX BRAX6S) (0(iry:.THXSSTARK'5 UPTOWN BR&($) 0 (jgntjH M).M0RRIS0T CITT Blt.OfB) (StfBTfiftaSf PoikfiASb BlttMl AVRESTLINGrs KRIUAV. MARl II 0 J 9:15 p.m. Albany Armory) , lyui wur, ; lor jpn nq byy&ftansen ' lok io your shoes, that is where the grace and beauty ot your new Spring costume begins . ..WHY. . . Simply because skirt lengths are shorter this season and shoes naturally more quickly take the eye. And so Johansen has created a new series of beautiful shoes, that are costume right . , . designed to perfectly complement the new swagger sports, street and dressy afternoon cos- ul' Ioh.ansen shoes are beautifully proportioned, mouJded on lines which are marks of true gentility and master craftsmanship in shoemaking. McDowell's Shoe Store The Home of Nationally Adv. Shoes. i'fg. tbotn (on ftheii)staintentplan t'fayins 'as (low as 10a 'montS , y fevty ft burU( Retirement) ( (Ao)fi, DwjthjFjnancal Worvus? Bfa hChw OuHHt t Hrt laS,Tl HiltKSHAMJ w:ikok(v (WHS IHKI'P.NKTl U (Hll.I.SBOKO") (l.ANi(;KAtK )a.stokia (BKXI) ('CDXIIliJl NTEni'RISE) o cmiTii ? l r in Mr Spcclil Double M.iffi) .Kvrnl tW Sprlm OpenlnNUjht y Both matches best 2 out (6?j)3 falls, 1 ! hour limit. JACK C't'RTISS vs. DON 8UAUI SOI.D1KR THOMAS vs. HERB BERGESON oiru in in me uri ouuainft) For Detailed Information or Photie 168 A

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