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Albany, Oregon
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Monday, March 30, 1936
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Monday, march 301936: PAGE SIX::"": THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON r 1 F-D Enters Second I anomer ween ai sea enjoying i i complete rest, fishing and getting While Sox' Whitehead Set to Whitewash BALL BOOSfERS C3 fact that it had been largely a residential "hotel, was little known lo the general traveling public, regardless of the fact that its location, at 15th and Yamhill, is Week of Vacation in t,im for the forthcoming political campaign. FAVORITES WIN .SUNDAY GAMES ifA'ty jWf , ' "' , ' 'it f Miami, Fla., March SO. Presi-I BROWNSVILLE WINS most favorable to transient and i Metsehan 1 dent Roosevelt today entered on I Brownsville. (Special) A tourist patronage. Mr. MEETING CALLED TUESDAY NIGHT 1 was quick to realize this when ms second week of cruising in Ba-! contesting team from the Browns. IN COAST PLAY laldTlans Tnv'cS ' oH 1 waters, moving slowly.-large part of the institution forlward Cat Cay where he pTuns vHJle Pistol club consisting of Albert James, Jack Cochran, S. A. Dougherty, Homer Mitsch, G. James and S. A. Andrew, went to Lebanon Wednesday night where they contested with the Lebanon Pistol club. This was the second contest between these two teams. - i transient accommodations. more gjeep sea tismng wun nis ,. . ... ...I ,, , vacation companions. I Whether or not Albany will I The Mallory is a modern fire- According to word received at seek to retain the championship proof eight story structure of 200 1 tomnnrarv Vhite Hun-e office. Recoverine from opening day rooms, and of pieasini appear- j tne yacht Potomac carrvina Mr. ance architecturally. Its immed-1 Roosevelt an1 the two escort late surroundings are non-com- ..imvorc nio nnH Tinnauhan Lebanon winning both pistol, and riflA rnntpsts in the first rnntpst. ,.Tu " r?, g,S J?.n. V were Preceding toward Cat Cay nold recentiy in Brownsville. How-ttiests. Garage accommodations 1 from Crooked Island. It was at cver Wednesday night Browns-a.e conveniently near. that lonelv SDot that Si.rdav wus'' Irik. ,in. The Mallory is under the direct I spent quietly. !Tjhannn the nistol contest. management of E. A. Fettig who also manager the Roosevelt, which, with the Imperial, are un While no word has come as to! the date he will terminate his I holiday, the president's friends Democrat-Herald Want Ada der tne control of Mr. Metschan. 1 felt that he would spend at least I Rrlnn Btiilt of the State Baseball League will depend upon the outcome of a meeting announced today as scheduled fo Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the St. Francis hotel, to be attended by players and others interested in maintaining league baseball here, and by creditors and directors of the 1935 Albany Oaks championship team. 1 According to Earl Lansing, through whom announcement of the meeting was made, an attempt will be made at the session to adjust the 1935 financial obligations, devise means of raising a budget for 1936, and to formulate plans for reorganization of the local team. Upon the outcome of the meeting will probably depend the representation of Albany in any baseball activity during the coming season, it was believed by local enthusiasts, who accordingly were busy today stirring up interest. Setbacks, favorites returned to expected form in Sunday double headers in the. Pacific Coast league. The Mission Reds, strong favorites to oust the San Francisco Seals from their 1935 league supremacy, countered a 3 to 1 defeat by the Seals Saturday by winning a double header from their home town rivals, 6 to 4, and 8 to 0. 1 Portland retaliated for a 2 to 0 defeat on opening day by beating the Sacramento Senators 7 to 1 and 2 to 1, and Seattle Indians, another' group of expected pennant bidders, split a pair of games with the Oakland Oaks..: winning the first 8 to 1, but losing the second. 4 tq 2. Oakland won Saturday, 6 tel. : Jack Lelivelt's Los Angeles Angels -lost their Sunday curtain-; raiser to San Diego Padres, 9 to 2, but won the second 9 to 6. Kennev Sheenan was in the box in the first Seals-Missions, clash when a' series' of passes, basehlts i TOMORROW Is the LAST DAY Applications cannot be handled later than noon Tuesday B League Baseball Will Start Friday and errors netted the Missions four i runs in the first two frames. After I chasing Hollis Thurston to thei showers with three markers in the : first inning, the Seals bogged and loBt the game despite their 14 base l)its to the Reds' eight. : 1 !Wyn Ballou held the Missions , scoreless for five innings in the 1 second game, but gave way to Bert Cole when the Reds began a four-inning scoring spree which netted them two runs in the sixth, one each in the seventh and eighth. The Linn county high school baseball league season will open Friday, April 3. At a recent meeting which was held at Brownsville, the following schols entered the league: Halsey, Browns ville, the following schools entcr-Sweet Home. Sweet Home arc the depending champions. The schedule calls for home and home games. The girls teams will play ' the same schedule as the boys.. There are six girls teams. The season will close May 22. The opening game will be played at Sweet Home, Friday afternoon, April 3, when the Sweet Home boys will cross bats with Harris ana tour in tne nintn on id nits. Lamanskl went the route for the Missions. ', Sweeney clouted a homer in the Jourtb to open Portland's scoring Irive i in . the Sacramento first game. The Beavers found Lyons and Andrews for 10 safeties while Caster limited the Senators to nine. Johnny Whitehead. Chicago White Sox liurler, Hashed nornss the baxebsll sky like a comet last year when lie ran up a phenomenal winning streak early In I lie scanon. Over-em I nc however, caused him to bog down, nud lie finished with 1:1 victories and 13 losses. This season 'Manager Jimmy Dykes It making the big boy dlel. and Johnny is blazing 'cm through with all the skill he (lemons! rated last ' prlng. At rluht Silent Juhn is shown In anion. Left.' rending from top to bottom. Is the way he holds the fast hall, slow ball, and curve. TO OUY REFRIGERATORS - WASHING MACHINES -IRONERS - LINOLEUM - RANGES Through the Government's Easy F. H. A Financing Plan ' burg. P ftnlhT "board in the 6th cost Cregory the I fnLlIlZnfJhZi ?ntlZ 8 me. Seattle hit five times off kS-SS1- mi nllZr ,? I J Larocca, the Oak's red-head- ! batsmen fell on Belcher s offerings d Irish.Unlinn lmller acguisition , TOOV Scio ! world. But if turned out that he did j mean the Lindc Fowler 1 knew, j Mr. Fowler is a resolute 0fellow 1 who completely Ignores the fact I ho never broke 100 In his life, and 1 goes about the country entering lor six nus. ... . Naru . I Fight Card Billed Wednesday Oakland used three pitchers, any and all tournaments. The fact Sun Diego landed on Casey and Muiis for 13 hits and nine runs in the first game with the Angels ' while Hebert clamped down on the : Wrigley team, permitting only five ' men to tag first base on legitimate Eddie Norris and Nick Drake pinch " in tha mult rvnnl rtf (hi. that there are no booby in Bv Ilenrv McLemnre Untied PrcM SUff Cormpondtqt Conlan, Olds and Haid. in attempting to stem Seattle's 18 hit, eight run barrage in the morlng cnntyt at Emeryville. Lou Koupnl nllnwed only seven safeties. Mike Hunt, Seattle right fielder, hit four safeties. The second 7-lnninf! contest cost hits. :- . .. , ,. ,. Pinehursj. N. C. March 30. golf, which eliminates any possi- boxing cald being presented by bllity of his ever winning a tro- tne Seio firc department at the E&' n'l SCn l d,seour.a8(! Z. C. B. J. hall Wednesday night, him. Only a day or so ago, when Anril 1 ... he rammed home a four footer for' .... , '.: . ..'.,. A six run rally in the sixth cave ' A great field of more thun 100, for , headed by Frnncis Oulmet, (he Angels their second victory. Hurler Paul Gregory hln first de mor mi nnu nnnn nH ml nnllo Ulllin In lotu luiu in smitu iui i h'wiiwj tent , of the season although Jic Both sides used three pitchers, Le-only permitted five safe blows, livelt using Kimball, Buxton and amateur champion, George Dun- Mr. Fowler went about tellina ?f "Khting and Matchmaker Dean 1.... imoo t 1 1, . ... 1 ' 1 Mnrris fojitures Dick Onnrrv. Al- Morris Jeatures Dick Quarry, Al- Lcroy Anton's homer w4th Glynn Gabler and Manager Frank Shcl- 1 1 lenbnek sending Hockett, Archie iiiu. taoo uiuuieiii n.iuK, hiiu ni'iu f i every oooy now, ancr jo years 01 McLcmore, runnerup in the 1923 play he finally had discovered his Lapland public parks champion- i true puttini! touch and undoubtcd- Don't Fail to Come In! 1 Campbell and Home to the mound. shi, will tee off today in the an- ly would be shootine in the 70's in The opening three-game series vic Anderson, and Norbert Kiantz besides the hcadliners. Mallory Hotel to Bid for Travelers FURNITURE CO. FRAGER First and Lyon Streets a rew wecKs. ....... . The minute I saw my name officially entered I started figuring up my chances of winning. And tile more I considered them, the '.'QUALITY FOK LESS" well known ho Phil Metschan, Portland, said 1 ; 11.. .: uj fi..- ' lei operator 01 left the Missions, Oakland, Loslnual north and south amateur Angeles and Portland in the lead tournament. with two victories and one defeat I That may sound absurd, but it's and the other four trailing with re- inenrly the truth. I wasn't runner-versed standings. iup in the Laplnnd event, having Portland plays the Missions this been put out in the first round by week at Sun Francisco while the nn Eskimo with a goose-necked Seals travel to Sacramento to test putter. But I am playing in the the Senators. Los Angelas com- north and south, a tournament mules to Oakland while Seattle I which ranks only slightly below treks to San Diego. There are no the national amateur in import-games schodujed for Monday., lance. My Invtiation came late yes-' : : rr terdnv at the close of friendly . . J'... "...J , here last week that the Mallory the tournament Hotel has beerr under his control that was mine if I could only cure three minor faults, since September 3, 1935, and that mrf ri i. 3 Vn Th. improvements and changes of a S? 5Si S"o a'S S the layman, can play havoc with War Veterans, Note furnishings, Mucbiac Dnnrt round with Ouimct. As I walked equipment and because of the service. The Mallory. For Spring Football Buy ydur furniture now while prices are low and pay when you receive your bonus. Large selection of new and used furnishings and remember, . we are never 'undersold. . FRAGER; FURNITURE CO. First St Lyon Streets "QUALITY FOR LESS" on to the home green the chairman of the tournament conwiitte, noting that I was playing with Ouimct apparently decided I must be a pretty fair golfer, and asked me to enter. "Be glad to," I answered at the same time wondering what the honorable chairmnn would think if he knew the putt I had just sunk had give me a score of 110. "What time do I play, and who is my partner" The chairman studied n sheet A FARMER WRITES M "M" about DOtJBjjj-MEixow OLD GOLDS! Seattle, March 30 Spring football practice opened at the University of Washington today in crisp, Invigorating weather. Approximately 65 players reported to Coach Jimmy Phelan who recently signed a new one-year contract. Washington, faced with a seven-game schedule will go through the most intensive a golfer. This is being written shortly before I am (scheduled to tee off, I am frank to admit I believe I will do well. I trained rigorously last night, following a conditioning schedule which Walter Hagen was kind enough to give me when he heard I had taken up competitive golf. It called for a strenuous night but I followed it out just as Hagen prescribed, even to the nightcap at a place called "Joe's Tavern," that was just three hours ago, and I feel as if I could use a little sleep, but Hagen said sleep dulled your game. Hagen also advised njc how to win. "Just keep throwing pars at your opponent until ho wilts," lie said. spring training program in Phe- '. "'" piiiiu-r w uv . lan's six years with the Huskies. , Lmde row er of Boston. This was Ho plans formation of two lenms i 0 M 1 1'limi ivtiiMt: vuillliut'lii u, i't J Llnde Fowler was in the threesome with Ouimct and myself and LAST TIMES TONITE even nt the time tne chairman 1 of equfl strength which will pl in long conditioning scrimmages. The Irishman's most acute need is end material. Washington also lacks reserve backs. Fifteen members of last season's strong fresh P GMAT Scio, Mew York ttoyenfter 16, 1936. spoke his name, was iost somewhere in the rough, lying cither CORVALLIS GUARDS WIN Portland. Ore., March 30. Com- ten, eleven, or twelve. I Fcarcrlv managed to keep rny-f,pimy M., 163d infantry, of Corval- man team reported. cnlf frnm tillini the rhnirman that lis. won the nntinnnl iniard bas- Tlie Huskies open the season in ho surely didn't mean Lindc Fowl-1 kctbnll title of Oregon here last Seattle next fall playing the Uni er, not the Llnde Fowler I knew, nleht, defeating service company, as THAT Llnde Fowler was an 1 186th infantry, of Portland, 39-10. versity of Minnesota even worse golfer than myscil, 'Koct ana led tiiacKer starred tor . which meant the worst in the 1 the visitors. I HULL Ifl Pahiela Ellis '"8RESHMAN ' r ' . L LOVE" ' A Hjjpburn , in I "SVLVIA m J SCARLET t" Snapshot of UH OUR WAY" Bv WILLIAMS ftwi -r- ZlllFlj,,, W IRiiin FPf , P. Lorlllard Company, Inc., 0 "119 West AOth Street, Wev York City, S.Y. Gentlemen: 0 I am an old roan fho novs what he o likes A hill f(amer is a stubborn cuss, and when he takes to cigarettes when he's veil gone by 60 years,, he has good reasons for wanting those cigarettes. And for some time now I haven't touched any smoking hut OLD GOLDS. 0 Sy brother's son got me on cigarettes, but the ones he gave me seemed too quick-hurning. One day our general storekeeper stood me one of, those Double-Mellow OLD GOLDS, made of prize crop tobaocos. And I had my first cigarette that burnt as slow and cool as my pipe, and that didn't leave a man's tongue stinging and biting like that other cigarette brand. .. I've bought Double-Mellow OLD GOLDS ever since, and every pack has been the. same. I know, .because I'm blind, and we without .eyes ; learn to taste and: feel better than you who. sea, . Jerry Hurley tak 1V ! IT.' t ( i ! 'I ; i ) "I ' ! ''if 'if -. t..t Fall by his brother John. Jerry's farm is located on a mountainside, 8 miles from Wellsville. N.Y. (Post Office. Scio.) TT TOMORROW ,.r u 4 ." - STARTS WEDNESDAY .ENDS SATURDAY as made to smokvs sisc Oct. 6, 1935 TAKE a sterling chance en a paok af Doable-Mtttow Ola Calda. Snake tan ai the cipa. rsHaa. If yea aen'l say they'ie the finest you've aver tnfea, moil the aaclMfte wrapper md the-roaawMtg tea cifgofottsa te no, any time before Nay 1. 193, aoal we'H aeasl yea dbubjc th price you paid Im tW anaba, fibm-Ha! , o Yours truly, Jerry Hurley- US M U, mTV aCp o vtr wrnum P.S. My fil year old niece, Betty, has tiped this for me, just as I tovjt it to her. The snapshotQ was taken by Betty's father. I tilHTUPLETS j V doctoiv fi:? U ICAN NERSN0LT L4 tat o MATINKE , V "j 2 JACKETS OF CELLOPHANE a ceo tlwbl-iil(0 w foodnatt and Mift WW MOTHERS GET GRAV. ' t fy J O. . . .

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