Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on March 25, 1936 · Page 8
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March 25, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ERALD, A L B A N Y,7 O R E G 0 N WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1936 - w M H ! I Ifcawf for the republican nomina-, held in the last legislature 'by la- state senater from Hood James H. Hazlett, who will not bu from La Belle, incidentally manhandling Referee Harry Elliott.! Donafiugal. Salem, defeated Abdul iTi' i Wasco counties, a post in me una shots as he left the ring. Although the champion battled gamely throughout, th2 cheers of the crowd were all for the Tacoma slugger. STAR HOOPERS TO PERFORM IN Kahn, who claims to be from Af may start the opener agaiiii:a Sacramento Saturday, altrunajU Manager Max Bishop ;n M won't name a starting pitcner until he looks over Steve Larkin, enroute here from the Detroit Tigers tiaining camp. Ittunled on for a whole season, which would leave second split I among Lazzcri. Don Hcffner and j John Saltzgaver. Frank Crossetti i is okch at short, as, of course, is 'Gehrig at first. Bob Rolfe looks. ! better than last year at third. ) Catching is the same as last year, with Will Dickey, Arndt Jor-. ghanistan. JOEDIMAGGIO WHOLE SHOW FOR YANKEES T5 I1; rgg) : ; i tmtm 6,CTtlaung tin in Second OLYJSCTfSTS BEAVERS I0kI.NE OUT Stockton, Col., March 25. The Portland Beavers were rained out yesterday, so spent the day limbering up in a local gymnasium. Bill ftadonits or George Caster J?. gens and Joe Glenn slated to di , vide it. . STADELMAN FOR SENATE Salem, Ore., March 25 P.. J. Stadelman, .The Dalles, ex-secretary of state, became a candidate Portland, Ore-, March 25. Twoi i Washington quick knockouts in the main St. Petersburg, Fla., March 25. Seattle. March 25 and University of Southern Cali Chomp Decisioved By Freddie Steele fornia meet tonight in the first game of a three-game quadrangular series to select the Pacific coast's representative in Olympic cvi-ui unu ai-iiii-wiiiuui ivaiui- jop ui maggio is ine wnoie siory ed lust night's weekly fiyht caid of the New York Yankees. This tall in Portland. young Italian from San Francisco's i,eu in uce, briek-torJ'd Pitts- sandlots and Pacific league clubs burgh, Pa., light hc-uvy weight, , is the one big sensation of the opened cautiously in the first Florida baseball training season, round of his main event bout with Baseball men tay that Di Mag-Young Firpo of burke, Ida., then 1 gjo is the likeliest prospect ever connected with a full right wallop to break in. More than that, astute n the tecond which sent Firpo to 'judges of baseball material rate the canvas. Firpo was counted out 'Di Maggio, who hit .398 on the coast last year, not only a bril NOT YET! 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Already i threatened by rugged Jock Mc-lAvoy of England, the world middleweight regime of Champion Eddie (Babe) Risko teetered rearer collapse today before the challenge oi Freddie Steele, "Tacoma assassin." : Employing his dynamito right to good advantage, Steele won six rounds to Hisko's one in a sizzling 10-round non-title fight before 9500 fans at civic arena last night to win a decision from the champion and align himself definitely alongside McAvoy as one of the two 'leading contenders for the 160-pound title. Ringsiders gave Steele clear margins in the second, third, fifth, sixth, seventh and tenth, conced liant rookie but a baseball player in the true sense. He's a natural fielder, and marvelous percentage hitter. He likes basgball better than anything else, and he may become the difference games basketball try outs in new York City. Immediately following t h e Washinpton-U. S. C. clash, Stanford's Pacific Coast confeignce championship quintet takes the floor against Oregon State, runner-up in northern; division conference play. The games will be played at the University of Washington pavilion, where a Thursday night contest between tonight's winners will indicate the team to leave immediately- for the east. Charles Frankland. Washington athletic director and tournament chairman, expected a - capacity crowd of 9500 persons to be attracted by the year's only oppor- n us Hunk T.nisptti Starf- us he struggled to rise. Bruce wcigned 17, and Kirpo, 175. In the semi-windup, Frankie Gallucci, 122, Portland, knotted out Frankie Villa, 125, Seattle Filipino, in the first round with a left to the jaw. Otner lesulis: Willie Davis, 133, Eugene, de-cisioned Clem Lombright. 132, Portland. (6); Louis Nelson, J29. HI Albany, Ore. PHONE 264-J Over Barrett Broto Store Office open 9 a.m. to 5gP.ni. Every day, Saturday included. between a club fighting for the' pennant a club fighting to stay, out of second division. - I Yankee pitching shapes up as all right but nothing more than! Portland, decisioned Joe Calder, i 127. Seattle. (4): Harry Kinsey. fthat. The big four are Lefty Gomez, LIB, Portland, drew with Baby Johnny Broaca, Monte Pearson; ford; Wally Palmberg, Oregon Hill, 132, Cincinnati, (4). and (if be quits pouting and signs' a contract). Red Ruffing. Bumps Hadley, Johnny Murphy and Pat. State; Capt. Jack Hupp, U. S. C, ing Risko the fourth and marking the firsto .eighth and ninth even. Risko was marked and bleeding from Steel's slashing right hand i i h :mmmmammmmm,Mmmmmmmmmmama and Capt, Rain Bishop and Chuch Greenbera Leave T Ufn.Lnritnn oil In '1.'- " Malone form the basis of the sec Far Darrait Cams ond line. tion on the same bill. Luisetti and Palmberg wire scoring champions of the southern and northern con- I The Yank outfield is all mixed . ,, . . , . up. Di Maggio was on his feet to- tENETfAM ferance divisions', respectively, i ,"""-" ' ,T". day for the urst time artcr nis re- LuiseMi shading Palmberg foAll- Greenberg, holdout Detroit Tiger cwit instep injury. He'll probably conference honors. With the 'iral baseman, will leave this af- be ln ieft. George Selkirk or Roy mw kn fi.chv forward dom- ternoon for Lakeland, Fla., he an- Johnson will be in right. Ben lntri rilnv nlon the Pacific sIodc. nounced today. Chanman. if he accepts the Greenbcrg said the club asked vr,i,, offnr of mnnn nin a his. NOW PLAYING ENDS SATURDAY Wiltignuort Witt AHvmI few Mee him to make the trip. He said he nus of $2,000 if he comes through, had not signed. , wiu De in center. Fred (Dixie) Walker, a grand hitter, is on the niniMs numE block because his throwing is no Mrs. Lawrence Howard of Al- hotlor thnn ever. a hot o H Mr TUMI Clvde E. 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