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Thursday, March 26, 1936
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o Sports, Editorial, Classified Advertising, GeneraljNews SECOND SECTION L The Albany Herald, Vol. 6l, No. 209 TISt Albany Democrat-Herald, Vol. LXIX, No. 219 ALBANY, LINN COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1936 HB By WILLIAMS 'OUT OUR W tion to Walter Stewart, Walter Beck, and Htillis Thurston. Most scribes who has looked Seniors Win Over Juniors by 6 to 4 . with Max Bishop's team at the California training camps. Montank probably will join Har-i vey Storey, another Beaver rookie. COAST LEAGUE PLAY TO OPEN ON SATURDAY BEAVERS TRAP STANFORD; U.ff. TRIKS TROJANS ; The seniors downed the juniors in the first game of the inter-class series last night on Central field bV 11 SCOle Of 6-4 .lliuu uusrumn, win ut B'" - TtUerLwcreFoxandSi.-l011"'1 bv " Beavers next ton for the seniors and Schrock I SSI ' i - and C. Sitton for the juniors. Thoi-,. nl 11 next game will be between the , StTAflthAn thfi hladder ( IfMW t TWO BLACK. EVES, A VOU MEAMTH' V mmm ( , bloody nose, a tooth lat part feb. SFP'Pv 0 ' OUT, A 61 G KNOT OM I I TH' OTHER GUV ' . I (HU OUR DOME VOU'RE DON'T VOU ? mmfe GETTIN TO BE A PU&- ' l I I'l'li J L-JJ BRAWLER , A TOUGH ) 1 "" 1 NAUG.A-A J- L r -sr : - , i aa. -tzic i uztj- i - I . : , Ry James A. Sullivan ... . San Francisco, March 26. ! Dutch Reuther's Seattle Indians I .nil ft Willi, Kiimm'c Miccinn Rorfe I appeared the best prepa'red of the I lh 'ncrs j" the lo"R a!,d h!?' f oil-lit Pncific rmi i, ninhe'PUll toward pennantland which cm "I linn li iriMi iinH cniittit': I carers Release CQSeby, Montank ' ,, n , , Portland, Ore, March 28. Port- land Iloavers have released un- conditionally infielder Hal Croseby and pitcher Neil Montank, who had been trying to land positions Annual Fishing I I j i ; ! ' j i for the Erand eetawav of the lfl.tfi season on Saturday. Portland isn't far behind in strength, the San Francisco Seals would like another pitcher and an outfielder, Los Angeles is in the same boat Oakland and San Diego , (last years Hollywood Stars) are mi their knees praying for hand me-downs from the majors and Sacramento appears to be just what President W. C. Tu'.tlc said it was a "bush league outfit." i Reuther. as great a left-handed hurler as the majors ever saw. has ' his Seattle team set for a fast take-1 te tin ;,-).,,) i,:0 i.. .. lineup ten days ago 3 and then found he couldn't decide on which one of the three pitchers to honor with the opening assignment. Any manager would be sitting pretty if he had two first-string hurlcrs ready to step out there and throw fireballs for nine innings this early in the season. Reuther thinks he has three of that rare class in Paul Gregory, Howard Craghcad and Lou Koupal. And none of these is Reuther's ace. That honor is held by Dick Barrett, who reported late and who won't start striking them out until few weeks more of work. Kamin is silting as pretty as Reuther. His infield and outfield are set, and he has three "starting pitchers." He could use another first-string hurler, but the fourth starter might be found among the seven odd and assorted throwers' being retained in addi- ! i ! Seattle, March 26. Upset victors over Stanford university's Pact! ic coast conference champions. Oregon State meets University ol Washington tonight in finals of the Pacific Coast Olympic basketball trials. The winner will jo to He v York for further eliminations. The B.avers attained the lin-als by bottling up Stanford's senr national forward, Angclo (Hank) Luisetti, limiting him to six points aitd smashing through the Stanford defense in whirlwind see-umI naif whirti left the final score 2t to 23 in their favor. While they were holding Luis-iti' back with a "revolvine defense" unfamiliar to fans who Have watch the Beavers throughout their conference sea-wmi, the Orogen State five shook loose their own scoring sensation, Wally Palmbng, forward, who atlwred 12 points. Oregon State led, t to 7, at the half. In an earlier game, University of Washington's Huskies achieved th form they were unable to find in losing a conference championship series to Stan-fend' and defeated University ol Southern California, 41 to 27. -. Ralph Bishop, center, and Ed Lxjvench and Chuck Wagner, forwards, iound their shooting ' eye in leading the Husky attack. Bishop scored 5 field goals to lead me husky scorers while Lovcrich and Wagner connected lor 1) points each on lour field goals and a tree throw apiece. The Trojans were handicapped by inability of their star, Capt. Jack Hupp, center, to play only a few minutes. He scored four points, then turned his position over to Garrison and Doransife, who was high point man ol the contest with' 11. Washington led 20 to 19 at the half. Summaries: I He's got everything except color. Given the flair for showmanship some of the other boys have and he'd be the most talked of golfer in America- ... If you be-lieve Bobby Jones or Lawson Little will win the masters' tournament at Augusta, I know a ranking pro who will be glad to bet you 25 to 1 that neither of them L Shedd at Scio; May 1, Harrisburg at Scio; May 8, Brownsville at Scio; May 15. Scio at Halsey; May 22, Scio at Sweet Home. All these games are with teams in the Linn county class B league. April 28 and May 5, 12 and 19 are open for probable games with teams outside the league. tViu-nnniMil v .. a over the training efforts pick thej IVUSMUIl!, US tllL" lIKt'l.V iUUK- ing team at this time of the year and the one with the best chance to finish on top. Portland has picked up power even over last year's slugging array and with George Caster back on the pitching staff Manager Max Bishop expects a better performance from the Beavers. These three teams should get off to flying starts at the expense of begins Saturday with the follow ing schedule: Mission Reds vs. San Francisco Seals at San Francisco. Seattle Indians vs. Oakland at Oakland. Portland Beavers vs. Sacramcn- , s , ns t s'.lcr.imem07 San Di(,K0 Pu(.l,s vs, Los An- geles at Los Angeles. Mat Card Makes Way for Carnival ' ,,, ... . . . , Wrestling matches have been cancelled inr mis w erk, Charles Rawlings, business manager, tin- notinced today. The usual Friday night card has been called off in deference to the high school carnival being held in the urmory- The bouts are slated to continue next week. WRESTLING RESULTS At Portland, Ore. Danno O'Mn-honey tossed Sandor Szabo; Wee Willie Davis won from Paul Boesch; Black Secret defeated Jack Kennedy; and Rudy Strong-berg pinned Mayes McClain. At St. Louis, Mo. Jim Londos, California, decisioned Leo Savage, Kentucky. , At Los Angeles Vincent Lopez', Mexico, decisioned Man Mountain Dean, Georgia. YOU'RE SAFE WHEN YOUR PURCHASES ARE GUARANTEED F.vcry Hexall Product is backed liy a gv.uruiitre o compli-lt Butiitfuclion or your iiiom-y hurk. ICvcry tiling to gain ami nothing to luge, llotll your lirultli and your 11101117 "r0 protected. Why gumlilc. when ynu cult be sufn aud Btira thin way? r .... Rexall Milk of Magnesia Tooth Paste, and Sodium Perborate Mouth Wash Regular (i4c Value, 39C both for SHEEP DIP. Buy it now at per gallon . . . , $l.CO Kodak Finishing Films Developed In at 9:00 Out at 3:00 ra 50 BOTH rot Jtuvieieu BE PREPARED FOR OPElNiiSfG DAY SUNDAY, APRIL 5th Our preparations for this Annual Event have been completed and we tire proud of our efforts in assembling quality Fishing Tackle most needed in giving the expert as well as the amateur angler a complete outfit or fill-ins to start the new "1936 hcason" Low Trices arc in force along with many outstanding Specials being offered tor tiie first of the season buyers. Many Ideas Offered in Our Sale Window Display at Roscoe Ames Hardware Store Washington (41) FC. FT PF Lovorich F 4 1 1 Wagner F 4 1 2 Bishop - C - " 5 0 2 Lgge G - - -4---4"I3 McKinstry G u 0 ' 2 Wei lies C 0 21 Rosenberg G II .0 0 l'aterson F . II 0 Kastner G ; 1 8 0 Gannon F 10 0 Totals 1 5 It U. S C. (27) FG FT PI' -Uraeln F 0 12 IM-owning F 2 8 1 Hupp C S 1 Drain G 3 0 3 Muth G 0 0 2 Garrison C ' 0 0 1 Doransife C 4 3 1 Dale G 0 0 1 Totals 10 7 12 who will be shipped at the end of this week to one of the clubs in the Vancouver, B. C, city league. S'.01'0 former p?,?'"c university i c- t Make thin t&c Teat Drink lots of boiled or diatilletl water, If irritation causes Rett inn up night, fre quent drtire. scanty flow, burning or KLdkIui Vnn Innv what hnrri WtP 1 to a teakettle. Drive out exceftt acldt and deposits with buehu leaves, juniper oil etc., made into green tablet! called m,wftJ,, tne bladder lax. Works on th. bladder similar to castor oil on the bow. rla. In tour daya if not pleased any druimht will refund your 25c. Hurley Druir ston and Ditwson Drug Co. Adv. j Tackle SALE 2 (or 5c for only , 10c ., 15c 35 Yds Double Tapered ENAMELED LINE Now d i Q Q ONLY.... tPl.HO 98c 59c . 7c 19c Casting qu case. 20c to $5.00 45c 20c ROD VAKNISH, bottle ....2e WINDING SILK, spool ...10c AGATINE GUIDES, each .200 Special - - Jointed c Steel Rod. 8J ft. Cork Grip, a dandy value, only $1.49 Salmon Eggs 3 J oz. jars, Albany, Oregon the finest 'rubbing alcohol compound on the market. Free from irritating impurities. Makes tired muscles At for work or play. 3-FOOT LEADERS Season opening Special By Henry McLemore Unltfd Prtss Staff Correspondent Pinehurst, N. C, March 26. Observations from a sand-trap guarding the 18th green at Pinehurst during the north and south jolt championship: "Hangover" Hagen continues to be the miracle man of the game with his low. scores and high evenings. . . . When the rest of the field has been in bed hours, keeping themselves in condition, tne Haig is just starting out to; get himself in a condition. Ho not only spots 'em 20 years in age, but seven hours in sleep- ... Up until 3 in the morning on the eve of the north and south opening, he came in with a 73 next day. . . . The title of "best dressed golfer" which once belonged to Johnny Farrell, now is the property of Paul Runyan, White Plains sharpshooter. . . . The title of "ain't the best dressed golfer," for this tournament anyway, 'has been given to Gene Sarazen. He admits that the flaming red sweater he wears was knitted for him by his wife in a moment of anger, but refused to eive the name of the balloon company which launched his knickers. ... One has only to watch the crack professionals play the No. 2 course at Pinehurst cne day to realize that the easy courses in Florida and elsewhere on the winter circuit, and not the golfers' skill, are responsible for those remarkably low scores that have been turned in this winter. , . Given perfect weather the open ing day. not one of the 106 players broke 70 and only three of them were able to break par. . . . Naming the best golf course in the United States would be a difficult task, but most of the players here agree that the revamped No. 2 course here, which was laid out by Donald Ross, is the finest layout in the country. . . . More and more, critics are acclaiming Henry Picard, the Hcr-shey ace, as.the finest golfer playing the game today. . . . takes first money. . . . Bob Harlow, tournament director of the P. G. A. believes that the salvation of professional goll lies in the development and importation of foreign players. . , . He believes the public is tiring of seeing the same old faces and the same old names. ... He argued that this country can't be depended upon to produce new stars, a;id for proof points-out that-in the last six years fewer than six new stars have come to the front- . . . When you name Horton Smith, Johnny Revolta, Henry Picard, Ky Laffoon and possibly Leonard Dodson, you've just about named them all. ... Tommy Armour's rivals refuse to believe that the Black Scot lost an eye in the war. . . . The way he's been putting lately, they say, he must have three eyes. . . . He can't miss. . . Much has been written of the colorful Scotch caddies at St. Andrews, but we'll stack the negro boys down here against them. They range in age from 6 to 60 and their obligingness and politeness can't be out done. ... . We shot 120 the other day and during the round the caady ex- nlored wilder country man a i a Livingstone, yet at the finish ho lotted his stocking-top cap, grinned and said: "My name is Grov-d- suh. and I'd be mighty proud to tote for you tomorrow." r ... .. , ( i f, .... li-opyngoi. 1936, by Unltwi Prem) Scio High Prepares Baseball Schedule Scio. (Special.) Scio high school's first baseball games of the season will be played Friday, April 3, at Shedd. Both boys and girls teams will participate.. The remainder of the schedule follows: April 10, Scio at Harrisburg; ADril 14. Scio at Brownsville; April 17, Halsey at Scio; April 21 Sweet Home at scio; npm 24, 50-Ft. Cotton Line, 50-ft. Linen Line, 131b test, now 25-yards Waterproof SILK LINE 1511) test yQ Now only . . T'cC ' Officials: Rober! Morris, Seattle; Ralph Coleman, Corvallis. O. JS. C..33) I'uhnbcrg F Merryman r Folen G Conkling C Bergstrom G Tiittle F Kidder C Totals Stanford (23) Luisetti F Turner F Stoeflen C Calderwood O 'Moore G Zonne G Robertson G Lee F Totals Officials: Percy FG FT PF 4 4 1 1 1 4 2 2 2 1 4 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 12 9 8 FG FT PF 2 2 1 2 0 4 2 0 2 2 0 2 1 14 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 g 5 15 cWcll, Seat- full ninr hi nrl,lfrf II QUALITY PRODUCT Cascade Stationery Fine quality writing paper. Kin sheets DO folded 5(1 single and BO envelopes. tatOiT Special, only DeWitt'e Hair Oil, large size 25c Elka's White Shoe Cleaner . . . 25c 5c I LW MADE BANDAGE iSSJKJ. oCc nedcenten F.ueil, J "j n4lrilwilodlII BgaW ' 25 YARDS ENAMELED LINE 19 lb test, Regular .$1.50, now 25 Yards WATERPROOF SILK LINE 181bs test. Special only , 3-FT. LEADERS SILKWORM GUT, Mist or blark, Rernilar 10c now REG. 25c 6-FOOT TAPERED LEADERS NOW A REXALL-TESTED Cascade Alarm Clocks Modern-Guaranteed alarm clocks. Attractive 98c Special Hot Water Bottles . . 29c Sanitary Naps, 2 pkgs, 25c Alka-Seltzer, bottle. 49c 5 lbs. Epsom Salts ... 19c Flashlights, 29c and up Cottage Chocolates Assorted Creams 2"! lb. spcciQ . . 590 Jtj 'k4iSk h Goic fa - t if . fj A t m f I Sr k Special - - 100-yd. Capacity Level Wind Reel, Quadruple Multiply. Qf In this sale, now only. ..... 5' Meisselbach Level Wind Reel 100-yard capacity, ruple Multiply Bakelite Sale price now tie; Jim Mitchell, Seattle. - Ssattle, March 26. The Seattle Seahawks today led the Vancou- irov T Inne turn aamft in one in the northwestern hockey league title piayofls. i ne nawKS won ine uniu game of the three-out-of-five series last night, defeating the Canadians, 6-3, at Civic arena here last night. If Seattle aeieais we umu m the fourth game of the series at "Vancouver, B. C Friday, they will win the championship. Should Vancouver win, the fifth and deciding game will be played at Seattle Sunday night. 250-yard Salt Water Reels, at only $2.65 and $3.95 Fly Reels, big line, from Aluminum Fly Box, only Aluminum Leader Box It A IT IJOXKS, each 20c C'OKK FLOATS, each ...10c SPLIT SHOT, tube 5c . WOE CdfiXi v Now is the time to buy a goo3 used car one of the many that we h:ve taken in on new Chevrolet and Buicks with thousands of miles of good, unused mileage in them. All have been reconditioned and given our O. K. Some have been repainted. 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' '' "Only An Authorized Chevrolet Deatcr can offer you Used Cars with a Guaranteed O. K." Albany Auto Co. USED CAR CONNER Second and Ellsworth Streets Phone 200 single eggs, 10c, 20c, 25c Northern Bait Eggs, 8-oz. jars 20c Northern Bait Eggs, 16-oz. jars ,35c Kinney Single Eggs, De Luxe 3J-oz. jar 35c OF BACKACHES TU dfi Ttwtnwl Ofttn BriacHapp7lUlMf Ol Pi Km fuffeMTt nUm Mfftnf backaehf OtfcUr. OBM U iiBcowr Uuk tb rMl CBttM of tbdr trouble mar be tired kidaera Tk kidney art one of Nature's eiief nn or takinc the acMs at4 watte out ol Ura blood. U Ule doa t paaa 1 iau a dar aad so et rid of more Uaa J pounds of Mat natter, rour It mild of kidae; tubes toa need flusAimT. . . , . . If ro-i haea trouble arlth frtiroetit Madder paaaarea wita scanty amount vhjea often smart and burn, tk It salles of kidney Cubes may need Hushing out- This dancer rTal may be -the beginning baekaene. let parns. loss of pep and energy, getting up nights. iweUing. puffiness under ta eyes and ditsines. Ask your druggist for DOAN'S P"-LS-aed sueeessfully by millions for oer year. They gs happy relief and will help Ouah out Uw II ouleg of kidney tube. Dawson's Drug Store MODOCTS Roscoe Ames Hardware ESS 216 West First

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