Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on March 27, 1936 · Page 6
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i7 ...., O, r PAGE SIX THE A" L'A NY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALB A' N Y 0 RE 5 0 NT ' FRIDAY., MARH 27, 936 umtm ii i 0 w Daw Jones, ommmi hy Lr ! 'OUT OUR WAY" By WILLIAMS I for the final eight minutes of play. ! The Huskies were the smooth- passing, ball-hawking team that opened the collegiate season so ! sensationally with a double victory I over Stanford. I Ten Washington players will HUSKIES GAIN M TRIP: BEAT EEAVEES 3?-29 REYNOLDSTOWN WINS NATIONAL SECOND TIME NOW PLAYING ENDS SATURDAY 27. University Seattle, March nt Wash in wlnn's Huskies, who started Ue 1 bawwl-fcaM season Mildmay of F&m nai rMi by an amateur, "the mm. mnnmy Mildmay, his son, had abominable luck. He ran out of the course after the canal turn near the finish, where he had a six lengths advantage over Reynoldstown. He had led the field of most of the wav. Only seven of the field of 35 ! finished the trying course of four , on nines oou ui lis, nun na jumps. After the first three came in order Crown Prince, Inves-sible. Provocative and Castle Ii-well. Harris-'urg. (Special) A din ner was given at tne ts.ennein Vannice home one night recently for the boys and girls who won letters on their respective basket- ' 7 March 27. Aintree, England Major Noel Furlong's Reynold-stown today won the Grand Na-tional steeplechase, the seventh horse in history to win the world's rryt exciting jumping event twice. Reynolds'Kiwn won last year. Ego was sceon-d amd Bachelor Prirace third. Davy Jones, a'fler leading all the way, ran out at the last turn. Reynoldstown won easily, go ing away. Mrs. Dorothy Paget's Golden Miller, one of the heavy favor ites, repeated his disastrous per with 11 consacurtive vietonwis, but) AtkVouah he failed to duplicate coul&i't wm tho ewwJeBe tit-fc. sensational pcwformwuees of earlier enajoail toAa-y trow a twra-w-i-ftlnt swkom play a-nl hi ph-enojoenal plH'W sorie;! as Woe laobfk: I'otwt's sorwts sprwr of the first &tanfoiI-neminee tT Olympic games cum- WnshiiiKtoH title playoff, when he petM'ion. netted 32 points, Angelo (Maii-k) "fhe Washington five won t'lw Luisetli, Stanford (wward, woo the right to engage in New York City lion of the Cards' victory over playoffs by defeating Oregon U. S. C. State, 35 to 2D, in the final game of The lead had see-saweI sectional trials last night. Thev en- throughout the close, fast contest tered the finals bv defeating U. S. and with one minute to go, U. S. C. while Oregon State was elimin- C. led 42 to 41, until Luisetti sunk ating Stanford university's eon- a field goal. The teams fought for ference championship quintet, the ball in the final 40 seconds. Wednesday night. 'Stanford led, 24 to 23, at the half In a consolation match last and Capt, Jack Hupp of U. S. C. night, Stanford defeated U. S. C. was high scorer with 16 points. 43 to 42. IjLuisetti ind Nobs each bagged The Huskies predominated their nine for Stanford, game throughout. They held a 17 1 Summary: to, 10 halt-lime edge, and at one1 Washington (35) FG FT PF point near the' finish were ahead Loverich, f 2 0 0 32 to 18. Kastncr, f ... ... 0 0 0 Bob Egge, Washington guard, Wagner, f 3 2 2 played a major role in the Oregon Gunnon, f 0 0 2 SUitc defeat. While holding Bishop, c .......... 3 1 2 Oregon State's high -scoring Werner, c ..... . 0 ? 0 Wally Palmberg to a meager four Egge, g 4 1 0 points on field goals, Egge played Paterson, g 0 2 3 the game without committing a McKinstry, g 1 1 0 single foul and led the scorers with Rosenberg, g ....... 0 0 0 nine points. I Paltrvberg scored a total of six, Totals . ...... 13 9 0 as did Folen, Oregon Stale center,' o. S. C. (29) FG FT PF formance of last year and fell at ball teams this year. The list in-the first fence. He was remount- eludes the following girls: Martha ed and continued after the field, Cook, Emily Cramer, Lorene Mar-but had no chance and was out guth, Ardith Grable, Ethel May of the race. Murphy, Thelma Ross, Pearl Burk, Reynoldstown was 10 to 1 in Margaret Holt, Helen Marguth. the betting. Ego was 50 to 1 and Gloria Wadsworth, Joan Cramer. Bachelor Prince 66 to 1. jThe following boys also won let- The time of the race was nine ters: Lester Estergard, Elmer minutes and 37 seconds; compared Grimes, Deloss Hardisty, Frank to the record of 9:20 1-5 set by Lutz, Ray Potts. John Fry, Wade Reynoldstown last year. i Isom. Forrest Morse, Clifford Pat- Rcynoldstown, third horse in ton. Bill Barber. Robert Fitch, history to win the race two years j Both boys and girls have started in succession, won by 12 lengths, basebajl practice. The first game Ego was six lengths in front of .will be played with Sweet Home Bachelor Prince. 1 April 3. 1916 OY NIA SERVICE. INC. ',-' T. MB EC. U. S T.OFf. BORN TMIRTV YEAR'S TOO Fan Interest High as Coast League Prepares for Opening San Francisco, March 27. New Wnlie Karam at the Missions helm interest in baseball is apparent as,aie the newcomers. Holdover leave Seattle for the New York City playoffs tonight. It was ex pected Kdmundson. also the Husky I track coach, would remain here for the Washington-Stanford track nicet at the pavilion Saturday "JK"- aim men ny easi to join nis championship team. Palmberg, f 2 2 2 Wintermute, f 0 0 1 Merrymun, f .. ' 2 0 1 Tuttle, f 2 2 2 Folen, c 3 0 2 Bergstrom, g ....... 0 3 0 Lyman, g 0 0 0 Conkling, g 0 3 4 Kidder, g 0 0 1 Holingsworth, g . . . . 0 1 Totals 9 11 14 1 Groenberg Signs; Ends Long Holdout Lakeland, Fla., March 27. Big Hank Greenberg, Detroit first baseman, ended his long holdout last night by signing a contract. The amount of Greenberg's new salr.ry was not releaved when his three-hour huddle with club president, Walter O. Briggs, and Mickey Cochrane ended at 11:15 p.m. But from the smiles that wreathed the big-sacker's face it was indicated the American league's most valuable player of last season Additions to Beauty ' Shop About Complete Enlarpement and remodeling plans at the Btinton Beauty shop have been virtually completed, according to announcement made today by Lorene Bunton, proprietor. Tile halls have been repainted and repapered, another room has been added for permanent waving and several new pieces of equipment, including a dryer, have been added. Two .new operators, Marion Arnold, formerly with the Super C'urline shop, mid Evelyn Crouch, formerly at the Beauty Nook, have joined the staff. Miss Bunion said. I nyirp -1 Vol. 264 RIOT OF SUNDAY A BIG DOUBLE BILL -.. Rooms 24 Pieces in All for Save $55.85 Matinee IjfjS'W'ijJ BSgrLX : pilots include Frank O'Doul of the t:.,..iu 1....I t ii.,.. i .r n... Ani Jack Lelivelt of the An - els, Duieh neuther of Seattle and I Frank Shellcnback of San Diego, j which is the former Hollywood club. Among the more prominent players making their debuts or re- uuiung to the circuit alter years of absence will be Bishop, . the second baseman of the Philadelphia Athletics when they were the world chaufpions; Wes Schulmer-ich, a famed slugger added to the Los Angeles array; Walter Stewart, former' Wa.-hinglon and Cleveland southpaw, now attacn- ed to the Missions; Earl Biucker leading hitter in the Western league last year and hoping to i , S3 SOON ; KOAC Radio Program Friday, March 27 5 p. m.. On the Campuses; 5:30, Music; 5:45, Vespers Led by Rev. D. Vincent Gray;, 0. Music: 6:15, Wnat ,T' US' 9mp"nl:? D: 6:30' '"' " : ,"7 '" u.t.i. mtu nei ttiiu crop l upous una weather forecast: 7, Agricultural Economics; 7:15, "Fertilization and Care of Lawns" G. R. Hyslop; 7:30, Music; 7:45, The American Legion: 8, Music; 8:15, We Write a Story Alexander Hull; 8:30. The Student Forum; 8:45, Music; 9-9:15, United Press News. Saturday, March 28 9 a. m., Story Hour; 9:30, Half Hour in Good Taste "Horses to Ride" Mary Ellen Turley, radio chairman for AWS: 10, Music; 10:15, Guarding Your Health; 0:30. Junior Matinee Eilverton High School; 11:30. The Interna Noon Farm Hour 12:05, News;! 12:15, Agricultural Engineering Students: 12:40, Market and crop reports and weather forecast. 1 p. m.. Music; 1:15, World Book Man; 1:20. Music;-1:30, What Educators Are Doing; 1:45, Music: 2. British Isles Travelogue: 2:15, Music; 2:30. Romance Under the Water: 2:45. Music: 3:15, You and your itaao; 3..SII. music; :):., me It ii.... tl. XT A T4JI.. ' V I I -T." "".. ""' " "J land Girls. V- V " '. I u - any on m the same manner foi'itional Scene; 11:45, Music; 12. the Pacific Coast league prepares r.... it... r. r i. oin ........... tomorrow Charley Graham, president of the San Francisco Seals, 1935 champions, reports one of the lai gcjt advance sales of opening day tickets in his experience. Vic IJevincenzi. who pays the hills lor the Oakland teum, says the advance sale for the Oaks' opener is the largest since he took over the team six years ago. Even in Sacramento, wlioch has been a poor baseball town recently, the tans uie reported anxious to see whether Brunch Rickey of the St. Louis Cardinal chain gang is handing them a lemon or a juicy red apple in the club he is placing on I the held there. , With all eight terns appearing i pretty well balanced and with llila nuw iiili.i-i.ul in the nlr the ' league expects one of its best sea sons, healllc, with a club mat looks like a pennant contend'-':', opens at Oakland. The San Francisco Missions, another likely looking array, bailies the Seals. Sacramento entertains the Portland team, which momentarily is expecting to add Dixie Howell, famed All-America football player, to its already strong roster. In Los Angeles the New San Diego Padres make their league debut against (lie Angels. Four teams will be Working under new managers. Bill Killefer at Sacramento, Bill Meyer at Oakland Max ltiilinp at Portl'ind, and to tie for second honors. Both teams used numerous substitutes, playing 10 men each. " Approximately 9,500 fans saw Washington turn back the Orange- men for the fifth straight time this Mason, and it was barrel-chested Bob Egge, the "goat" of former Oregon State-Husky games, who sparked his team. Washington built up such a com- manding lead, that Coach HecEd- mundson inserted his second team Lowest priced, KENTUCKY STRAIGHT WHISKEY IN OREGON 14 Pints - Code No. WW Pints . Code No. 178C Fifths . Code No. 178U Gallons Code No. 178G GLENMOKH DISTH-LHUinS CO. Incorpnn'rd '. LOUISV1UB OVENSHORO vs. hi I PRE-E ASTER SPECIAL Pr-ovinir again that no store in the stata can match your own local store for values - - - - wo are never undersold and seldom matched. 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