Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on March 31, 1936 · Page 6
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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 6

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TUESDAY, MARCH 311936 f PAGE SIX - THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ERALD, ALBANY, OREGON -6 i . sang a number also taken from the On Wednesday evening , tho ly, until you have had a fox ter rier for a gallery, you will never know how critical of golf shots llnTKisSCornSII BY ART KRENZ same operetta. The numbers,;- held g spring dance at which were very well received, Lcbanon hotel. Mrs. Harold Whe- First It's Flood, Thien Mumps! NEW FACES IN COAST LEAGUE r ! , J BULLDOGS LIST SPRING SEASON SPORT EVENTS IMPRESS FANS one can be. With a tilt of the whiskers and a cock of the eye or a sharp bark, a fox terrier can call you a tramp in language that is unmistakable. This dog followed me through 15 holes, for it was not until that point that he forgot caution and followed me into the rough. Unfortunately, as I played an explosion shot from behind a tree, my No. 2 iron caught him squarely behind the ear and laid him out with (Br United Prru) I were under the direction of Miss Jan. Mrs. Cedric Brandeberry, Mrs. Irene Moore with Miss Lena Med-1 Raymond Zimmerman and Mrs. Uer at the piano. David Reed were in charge of the j I decorations and plans for the eve- ! On Thursday afternoon the ning. i members of the Junior Matrons j ! club were entertained at a one . Peoria Society I o'clock luncheor i at the homerfj peoria.Mrs. Everett Abraham Mreet CovewSe laif for twelve a"d Mr.. Vernitta Bradshaw en-'t m'-ll table? wh ?h were cen-'lertained last Tuesday afternoon tirThl in SwY of trilHums 1 at tne home of Mrs- Abraham hon-tered by low bowls of tri Hums. , orjng msg Dorotny Abraham with After the serving of the three a miscellaneous shower. Miss course luncheon the afternoon was Abrananys wedding is to be a i spent in playing contract bridge spring cvent. The lovely country with the high score honors going home of Mrs Abraham was dec-j to Mrs. Lester Wilcox. 'orated with bowls of cut spring ! Mrs. Walter Kropp of Albany , flowers . xhe guests passed the . was an invited guest for the af- jn needlework and two con- Incomplete spring schedules were announced bv Tuffy Elling Warfare in the Pucific Coast league resumes on four California sen, coach of the Bulldogs, today, as a result of a Willamette valley diamonds today, with distinct in i Mir j vv - zTjif what I am sure was a severe con-1 association meet among coaches of i cussion. Then I felt so contrite, thinking of the poor doc. that mv 11 schools Saturday in Corvalhs. Five baseball games were on the , game went to pieces and instead slate, and at least four more hung ui uniMiing i-o-i, wnicn i icei fire. Three track meets were sure I could have done under nor- signed, and others held tentative mal circumstances, I finished 9- agreements. la"V I tests. In the first one, Miss Valera .. " . . ,! McDonald won first and Mrs. ivirs uavio iieea wa: iiUmi. i . Merle Githens second, and in the 12-8. My 12 one the 17th was inexcusable for it is a par 3 and time and time again I have done it in 8. Once, I remember, I holed a mashie from the woods for a 6. But Coaches met at Corvallis Saturday in an attempt to affiliate for sports. No definite arrangements could be settled, and tentative plans only were made. Baseball and track schedules were made. other one the honor guest won the dications that baseball, the nation's oldest "national pastime," will be distinctly a young man's game on the ' Pacific slope this summer. , Barring heavy rains which drenched the area Monday while the teams were traveling the Portland Beavers will open, their first seven game series against the Mission Reds at Seals, btadlum in San Francisco. Other week-long scries wu pit the Los Angeles Angels against the Oakland Oaks in the Emeryville ball yard, the Sun Francisco Seals against the revamped Sacramento Senators at the state capital and the Seattle Indians against San Diego in the south. Although they've had only three games, a Saturday opener and a for those three holes and the first a bridge party at her apartment on Thursday evening of last week, Mrs. Cedric Brandeberry, who is leaving soon to make her home in Albany, was honor guest. The popular game was played at two tables the honors going to Miss Irma Randle and Mrs. George Smith. The hostess served coffee and ices at the close of the evening. JIT f '"""" ' K ' . """"s-"5-" WILL I Maw ;- prize. . "Miss Abraham was the recipient of many lovely gifts which were opened and viewed. The hostesses assisted by Mrs. W. W. Abraham served a lovely lunch at small tables. Those present for the occasion were Mrs. Ed Zimmerman. Mrs. Ted Jensen, Miss Valera McDonald, Mrs. Ruth Terrill, Mrs. Emil j -.'1.1,1 VVU r rfu" I football. Corvalhs, Eugene, A1-: leaders up . there among the McMinnviCi ad Salemi i i-j- t. , .. were put into one group, with Cot-, IZh i.rnwm0y ?P W Grove, Springfield Lebanon,! 1 .h tZ hi. L fntOT University high, and Roseburg in score on the first hole for inter- 4U -Jj j T.iin(, rn. c i ference and I lay six when I ! l,vo Hnmo TnWn .n!) reached the fairway after a first i'..lwff Jol0' excursion into the rough. From Inn . . . ,, (h .., loop could bo formed, the coaches that point on I was all right, for my seventh held the green and I The Hi N Lo club was enter- Jakel, Miss Frances Plagman, taincd at the home of Mrs. Ross Mrs. Leila Lamar Mrs. Kenneth Bradshaw on Tuesday evening of! Rson, Mrs Ida Frccrkscn, Mrs. last week: Eleven members and Ernest Abraham, Mrs. Percy Tay-one guest, Mrs. Warren Randle, ! I""-. Mrs. W. G. Abraham, Mrs. were present I Emma Gregory, Mrs. Merle Gith- Bridgc was offered for diversion I ens, Mrs. J. W Lamar, Mrs. Wj W. , and at the close of play honors : Abraham, the honor guest and H. Sunday doubleheader, to display their wares, the rookies and newcomers to the circuit already have served notice that the fans will be forced to crown a flock of new were won by Miss Ila Burrell and , l" "' favorites this season. , three-putted brilliantly for a 10. But the 10, plus the presence of the fox terrier, shook me badly and I never fully recovered. Mister Fowler, off to a great start with a winning 9 on the first hole, added to my discomfort by shooting sevens at me until I was frantic. Once in a while I challenged his count, but as he had the only pencil, I was forced to yield to his Mrs. Virgil Horton. Examples are many. There was Soring flowers were used about Sano Lodigiani, m-year-old Oak land second baseman,' who im All by himself, , bandaged so that he resembled an Easter bunny, and playing solitaire, : young Robert Parks let other Plttsburghers clean up their flood-stricken city, while he devoted himself to whipping a "swell" case of mumps. Other children were left in relief quarters while parents began spring' housecleanlng on a scale neVer before known in the steel city. Democrat-Herald Want Ads Rrinff Results the room and the tally cards also were in keeping with the season. pressed fans who watched the agreed to set up as an association and meet regularly. Varsity baseball men have been practicing over a week now, and will continue through this' week, until the class champs are decided. Then regular practice will get under way. Ellingsen is hurrying his Bulldogs, too, for the opening clash of the . season comes this Friday against the Crabtree CCC camp at 3:30 on Central field. Other dates: April 21 Eugene at Eugene. May 5 Lebanon at Albany. May 12 Lcbanon at Lebanon. May 19 Eugene at Albany. Tentative dates with Salem and Corvallis are being discussed. Track dates: Independence tentative within 'wo weeks. April .22 Corvallis at Corvallis. May 1 Corvallis at Albany. figures. Oaks ' Saturday game. In the same series, Jack Larocca, youthful acquisition to the Oaks' pitching staff, showed fans and batters a fireball second ,to few in the Our cards: Par out 444-55-3-553 36. (X) McLcrcr. out, 10 83-674- Keeping, pace wm PATTi Bm&j ZZ-Yi-AROLP COLUMBIA, S.C.,&OLFER DEFEffiD &LHNNA COLLBTT VA& league. 77557. i The Mission-Seals scries Indi cated Frank Lamanski, a Mis IN THE BEl-LEAlfit WOMEN'S SOCIETY. sions newcomer, may be one of Par out, 444-553-55330. MeLcmarc in, 983-674-955 56 115. (Y) Fowler out, 909-888-222 57 Fowler In 1 12 4-928-88450 MATCHER FLOftDA... AT 17 SHE Took A eoy's PLAce on THe COLVM6JA the hurlci'8 to carry the' Reds high in circuit standings. His southpaw slants baffled the Seals and gave the Missions an 8 to U J 13. X Violated rule (37). Lebanon Society may -uiSmci mm ai v,orvui- Lebanon.-Onc of the largest so- Y Violated all other rules. Eight Pirates to Get Hoop Letters LCVfr?"8ed'bUt'SCXpCClCd,o the Lebanon Woman's Civic vu ut in won.. Huh nl Iho Hi,K in lut..,.o,. Local Baseball Problems to Be Discussed at Meet Tonight Eight Pirates are to receive bas Noted Golfer Fights Pneumonia Attack hall. The affair was planned as a ' benefit for the Lebanon Public Library and was a very pleasant oc-1 casion. More than 80 women attended the luncheon which was followed by the playing of bridge at fifteen tables. Honors at cards went. Everett, Wash., March 31. H, Chandler Egan, Mcdford, Ore., former national amateur golf chamo- to Mrs. George Yorcn and Mrs ketball letters, Coach Joey Mack said today. Mack prepared a recommendation of the letters for the student council, which is expected to meet Friday. April 3. Those recommended include Jim Arthur, a senior and a three-year veteran, and Jim Davis, a sophomore who is earning his first award, but played a pnrt of a season with the Pirat"i a year ago. All others were fresnmen.- Harold Wright, the Bucs' out, standing , player, and the team's Three problems face the im-, points down the river, mediate future of the Albany Either the Oaks must recon-Onks as they prepare to enter the i struct the Bryant's park field, or State League for the 11130 season. I seek new grounds. No finished dia-Fans, players and creditors meet monds are available in the city, so tonight to discuss the problems at 'the Oaks cannot escape further the St. Francis hotel at 7:30. First, j finnnciul obligations no matter they must satisfy creditors of last! which way they turn. If money year's ream. Second, a playing ; is not spent on the Bryant field, field must be secured. Third, piny- j then it will have to be spent on ers to fill the vacancies from last construction of a new stamping season must be secured. ground. Tho nrubleins runic in thnt or- The L'nthnrini? nf nluvnr lu Ihn victory in Sunday's second game. Experts tag Young Max West, Missions dual right ficldcr-first baseman, as one of the league's outstanding prospects. He showed several exceptional fielding plays and batted in .several runs, c Tony Boroja, former Sacramento outlieldcr holding down Joe Di Maggio's vacated berth at fight field, for the Souls, and Brooks Holder, the Seals' second sackcr, were two of the San Francisco squad whose brilliance was un-dimmcd by the two setbacks the Missions handed their hometown rivals. Not only did Individual newcomers and rookies perfoim creditably, but the league's newest club, the St. Iouis Cardinals' "chain store" Senators showed definite promise. Branded "bushers" by League President W. C. Tuttle before the season opened, they dropped two of their three games to the strong Portland club, but their general all-around play und their Saturday win from the northern team convinced league members they will be for from a "soft touch." Handy BVi inch size Pure milk white glass e Sure grip, round edge e Hexagon base (or easy tilling ' high scorer, led tne list oi tne lon and member of the Walker cup James o Hara. Those who did not team, today was recovering at play cards spent the afternoon in-Everett General hospital from an formally with needlework and attack of lobar pneumonia. conversation. The veteran golfer was reported, Large bouauets of vellow and "doing well". He came here to su- white daffodils, forsythia, hva-perviso laying out of the American cinths and spirea were used about Legion municipal golf course. He the club room and each table held developed a chill Saturday and a sman vilse 0f mixed spring was removed to the hospital, blossoms. pneumonia followed. During dessert Miss Pauline The disease, according lo Egan s Pcngra, attired in Japanese, cos-physician, affected only his left tume, sang a soprano solo from the lung. operetta The Mikado which will be der. Most important Is the fact i least of the club's worries. Sev-i Rooks, and was followed by Carl that creditors demand a satisfac-J eral of lust season's championship Patterson, second high scorer, tory settlement before the base-1 team have departed, but a num-i George Haviland, Gordy Frazee, bull season stin ts. They demand ber of players still abound the Al Peterson, and Ccce Brown. adjustments of debt, and several' countryside. Besides Jim Ault, occ have voiced threats of attachment ; chucker. and probable manager. as a last resort. Mho Oaks can claim Joey Mack, Bear Grid. Ace to Undergo Operation LIMIT 2 TO A CUSTOMER Roscoe Ames Hardware presented by the Lebanon High School Glee club in the near future. Miss Pengra is to sing the part of Yum Yum and her solo was With the Bryant park field Tuffy Ellingsen, Walt Heeker, Bill strewed carelessly about by the1 Wilkinson, Jimmy Jcnks, Dave winter floods, the Oaks must find i Stritmater, Bruce Dowling, and a field in the near future. The) Earl Lansing. If reinlorcements floods deposited sections of the , become necessary, a few ulavers Sophomores Meet Seniors for Title . from the score of that part. A trio 216 West First Street Berkeley, Cal., March 31. Floyd Blower, backficld star of the 1935 University of California football team, was to submit to a surgeon's Albany Oregon Whwi you com to PORTLAND fence and the grandstand over the! could be drafted from outside -. made up by Miss Florienc Calahan The sophomores were to have M'ss Pengra and Miss Joyce Kelly. Lome island park, and at scattered way-1 areas. knife at Cowell Memorial hospital which cos. me a place alongside m'X" on lrancis Ouimet, George Dunlap lhe gridiron this fall. Jr., and lhe other leaders. Specifically, the operation is in- TODaV E. A.M MOTEL Nevcr in my life have I hit the ' tended to repair injured leg mus. cles hurt in the California-Oregon game last year. Coach Stub Allison emphasized ball more soundly. Tho only trouble was I didn't hit It soundly often enough. Too, 1 was unfamiliar with tournament rules and it was met the seniors this afternoon on Central field at 3:30 to decide the championship of inter-class baseball at the high school. The sophomores won the right to play the seniors yesterday when they downed the freshmen, 4 to 1. Pitcher Uragoo limited the tresh-men to one run in seven innings and cinched the victory when he pounded out a four-bagger with one mate aboard. Dragoo and Schrock for the sophomores, and Fisk and McKechnie for the freshmen were the batteries. Dowling and Voelker umpired. ftattwonlnuttt'drivt Iron Brodwy Tflitefullyand modern ly furnished. Fireproof. Excellent dining service. Desirable, quiet surroundings. Popular rates: however, the injury probably Bv Henry McLrmore United Frtai Staff Correspondent not until a dozen strokes had been U.ld .Sid added to my card that I realized Villi JtUI. h.t vj,ud,iii should make him more capable than before, he said Europtu Plan boon, with blh, 1 ptrton, 18 end up. Two ptnoii, $3 nd up. , . u i . i o, i,Mnt when one is playing in a Nnchur.it, N. C, March 31. The, championship, one must not sit I north and south inniileiir golf one's ball on a bunch of grass in , championship moved Into the first the fairway, or lift out of holes or round of match play today and from behind trees in the rough. this writer .who .started with such Moreover.- I was unaccustomed high hopes in the qualifying play. lo gallery yipping and yapping .yesterday was not in the field. n my heols. Literally, I mean yip-, A round of 83 was necessary to ping and yapping for just as I teed , qualify for the first flight and 1 off one first hole, a black and missed it by the narrowest uf mar- j while fox terrier ran down the Amtrtun Plan Room, wUr. bth, 1 perton, 4 ana u l 1 x MW 4H 111! J .I, 1 PLAY SCHEDULED Peoria. (Special) The Albany Townscnd club players will put on the play, "The Pension Club'!, Thursday evening, April 2, for the Shedd Townscnd club. Many members of the Shedd Townsend club live in the Peoria district and this program is being given in order that the Peoria members may attend more easily and help out in SUGAI TAKES LIPSCOMB Portland, Ore., March 31. Don Sugai, Japanese matman from Salem, defeated Jack Lipscomb, Indiana, in a wrestling sho here last night. Ben Sherman beat Otis Clingman Jack Curtiss and Bill Cazzel drew; and Bobby Burns defeated Dutch Bawer. gins when I played the first nine eli'U'iouse step's and Joined my in 57 and the last nine in 58, for caddy. a qualifying aggregrate of 113.' The eaddv. nlone. was bitrl MODERN WOMEN - Nnd Not SttfftJ nnothly ptio Mid delay duto mu,urvouatriQltiutururtlmliiu' ctuttea. Chicbe-tera Diamond Hi und IMls ar afloou v. I am a golfer who is the club work. The program will lhvre is n dirrcrencc vl 30 strokes onouuh, for between 83 and 1 13 but 1 maintain nccustomcd to carrying his own be held in Mason's hall- A dance it was narrow for it was lack of clubs, and the dog made the sit- will follow the presentation of the nuaowsutacivouttKiiKfiiai. oxmy n anurjosuior over j yrmrs. am rot louinameiu experience alone nation almost unbearable. Honest- Play. OUT OUR WAY" Bv WILLIAM L7 ., 'iHi tIAHONC mNO" Wf-'A WS5 ME. 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