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.Y ' WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1936 " o ,TH E'fcBA N Y DEMO OR A T H B R A L D, A t B A H K 160 T T INDIANS TAKE OUT OUR WAY" Br WILLIAMS BOSSES PICK ! CUBS, CARDS TO TOP RACE reha.se of a national commentary (jo cotrjr preferences ompiled by W. C. Williams, general superintendent of assembly plants Production of Chcvrolcts for the ' huge Oakland plant, which serves has run 44 nor I the western states and the Ha- cent to black since the nehw Chev- I waiian Islands, has built only 16 relets were introduced, while the percent or Us cars in Diacit, SECOND PLACE; : BEAVERS LOSE itT1 S THAT'S A DIBTV f WHUT'S TH' 1 - OVP, WORBV VNART-1 V'-'; , DIFPBUWTS.TO - .' eiVINJ' TMAT POOR v: A GUV WMOS . 1 M"e W'-- i WD A FISM MET :r;-f SO DUMB ME ... I , ' -r f ' V TO PLAV TEMKIIS , TMMK-. ITS VK WITW -'SK A TENNIS " I, fj- '! r ' VsA sW il 4.: 'iSr- THAT'S- - i jJAjl XL t i i TVTVh5 beem mit too , 1 1. j W j - OTBeTCWpr-wT,- , 1 1 VM..t'lv 'i.1l,T ' ' -1-1 IC TPIILIH6 OnriPT i Seattle Indians stretched - their five-game winning spree to six in Tuesday's Pacific ' Coast league jplay, nosing out Sacramento, 3 to S. In a series opener at the Scm-a tors' ball park.. : . ., f The victory, combined with Los Angeles' 12 to 4 massacre of the Mission Reds, put the Indians in Second place in league standings, ialt a game ahead of the Missions. Who slipped to third, and a game (ltd a half behind the Oakland J Thfe Oaks maintained their circuit leadership by defeating the Portland Beavers, 4 to 3. for a record of eight victories and two defeats. :. v.-. " Sad Sam Gibson, ace hurler of the San Francisco Seals' staff, was tawled over for his fir-t defeat of the. season by. the Snn Diego Padres, who took the Seals' measures. 2 to 1.- Bill Poscdcl was the victim of JJTee Willie. Ludolph the 'benefici New York, April 8. The Chicago Cubs, champions of 1935, and the St. Louis Cardinals, champions of 1934. will stage-one of the greatest two-club pennant battles in Nationnl league history, according to a consensus of the eight managers of the league. Four of the seven manaijers voting In the poll picked the Cardinals. The other three picked the Cubs. Bill Terry, Giants' manager who refused to vote saying "picking teams is silly business," named the Cubs as the team to beat. . Charley Grimm, manager of the Cubs, said "It'll be Cubs or Cards." Frankie Frisch, manager of the Cards, said: "If we can finish ahead of the Cubs, St. Louis will win the pennant." The -Cubs were picked to run second by three , managers and third by the other one. The Cards were named second by two pilots and dropped as low as fourth by one manager. The Giants were picked to run second by two managers, third by four and fourth by one. The Pirates got two votes for third, three for fourth and two for fifth. The only other clubs to get first division votes were Brooklyn and Cincinnati, one each for fourth place. The managors' ballots predict the following finish: St. Louis, Chicaeo. New York. Pittsburgh, II --ETTHE , I M QuUt ' THE BOHE 1 Meets ALL FIVE Standards J O 19 IV NCA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REO. U. B. FAT. Off -4-6 ! Cincinnati, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, ary oj .ine vans viciuiy. xyiiiK int.-wore- In the seventh at 3 all, the Pake scored the winning run in the ninth-frame when Lodigiani, ytaithful second baseman, drew a Mlk and went to second on a fielder's . choice. ' Hnr tic's single cored Lodigiani., . ,. It was Lu-dolnh's third win of the season. -:, Seattle's . Win over Sacramento was a pitchers' duel, the Indians hitting only nine times off Plo-pen while Osborne was holding the Senators . to six scattered blows. Osborne won his own game, hitting twice' in four times at bat and driving- in two runs. Although they registered 12 base tilt to the Padres' seven the Seals couldn't bunch them close enough lit San Diego. Kerr relieved Gibson last' night that stamped neither as a serious contender for "white hope" ranking. .... Boston. If Terry s opinion tnat W2 Cubs are the team to beat is with Al Mustola, 124, Clatskanie, Ore., (4); Kid Thornley, 152, Sil-verton, decisioned Al Snntora, 1S2. Seattle (4). ANNUAL MEETING IS HELD TUESDAY BY PRESBYTERIANS counted as a vote for Chicago. Grimm's team gets the No. 1 spot because of its third place vote to for Refrigerator Buying! , 1 LOWER OPERATING COST 2 SAFER FOOD PROTECTION " 3 FASTER FREEZING MORE ICE 4 MORE USABILITY 5 FIVE-YEAR PROTECTION PLAN The new Frigidaire is amazing in beauty, quality, low price! What's more, it brings you an utterly new way of choosing the right refrigerator on the five basic standards. Buy no refrigerator unless it meets ALL FIVE and reiwit! Come in and let us previ to you how the new Frigidaire cuts current cost to the bone. How it keeps food safer and freezes more ice faster. How the sealed-in mechanism is protected for Five Years against service expense for only . Five' Boys Presented in ; Recital on Tuesday the Card s fourth place vote. Ducks Beat .Wolves 6-1 in Ball Openei The annual meeting of the of the First Presbyterian Brighter Colors ?nurch and congregation, held last . Lcbanon.-(Special) Fourteen evening in the dining room of tho pupils of Miss Jessie Skinner, all Favored in West in the seventh. San Diego scored Eugene, Ore., April 8. Univer ihurch was well attended, mark-1 of whom were boys, were present-ng the close of another successful j cd In recital at the Skinner studio The 'western states lead in pref- fmnnrf fnr hriwhf onlnr rnmhlnn- ine narmonious year in me me ol j qn Tuesday evening and merited he Church. A Covered dish dinner ' mnrh nnnlmtRA hv 4hfilr olpuor rlin- finnh fivw hlnrlr in thp Inrnnnrinp both runs in the fifth. Hebert went sity of Oregon opened its bascbal the route for the Padres. .; 'season Tuesday by defeating Ore-V; The Angels blasted IS hits off gon Normal, 6-1. Don McFadden Walter Beck,' Rohr and Stltzol In Wcbfoot hurler, allowed the defeating the Missions,' Bottarini Wolves but three singles, two o: started the parade in the second them in the first inning. With homeTun. Lahtl, a.new-j cllff McLean. 'Oregon center, pomef to the Angels hurling staff elder, .opened the scoring with a Ditched the full game for the i,,- ,., i u,. .. tv, w,f. Jnew TTirrrV 1 ' AS LOW AS Ml was served at 7 o'clock, followed logue and by the finished way in of motor cars to suit taste, it was V the devotional and business which they performed the num- disclosed today by E. C. Shaw, meeting. Dr. M. M. Stocker, pastor bers on the. program. Harold Post plant mananger of the Chevrolet of the church for more than six assisted in the presentation of the Motor company at Oakland, in the oumerners, allowing nine mis. collected seven hits off La Mear. Dollars included in the purcnase price. See also Frigidaire's marvelous new convenience. Up to 42 more usable space in front, easily reached. Full-Width Sliding Shelves, Portable Utility Shelf, Super Freezer, Double-Range Cold Control and scores of other advantages. See -compare -and you'll agree Frigidaire gives most, for your money! . Food-Safety Indicator built right int $109.50 V NO MONEY V DOWN 4 5 forth years, prcsiaca as moderator . ... evening's entertainment by play-' . Reports submitted from all dc-'ing a trumpet solo that showed onrtmcnts of the church and Sun-1 talent and promise for the future.' 1ny school, including the Christian Harry Miller, acting as master Endeavors and Westminster Guild, of ceremonies on station CLEF,-disclosed that a live interest had announced the program by means been maintained during the year, of a dialogue in which the p?r.- Mrs. Freeman, superintendent of formers each had a part. The.cn-the Sunday school, and Miss Ber- tire program follows: tha Beck, president of the Ladies "Butterflies." "Song in A Minor", Wins Over : . Bruct in Decision Bulldogs, Crabtree CCC Play Thursday t7M.ffv.l the cabinet Only Frigidaire dares to give : Portland.. Ore., April 8. Carmen parth of Cleveland tamed slueiring 1001 I1IITY lTKinita WRESTLING FRIDAY, APRIL 10 ' i . 8:30 p.m. , ' ' Albany, Armory Main Event, Best 2 out of Falls, 2 hour limit. . PADDY NOLAN Vs. JACK LIPSCOMB . ' ' A Grudge Match Scmi-Final: Best 2 out of falls, 1 hour limit. . DUTCH BAUER VS. JACK HAGEN GOOD CURTAIN RAISlilt Crabtree CCC and Albnny high you the I-ood-satcty indicator Aid society, submitted reports. and '"Cherry Trees." Arthur Haf- "Red ' Bruce, flaming-haired Pltts school baseball teams will meet on FRIG I DAI RE MADE ONLY BY GENERAL MOTOm F. H. Pfelffer. chairman of the rison ruiugn; -flaying eaten. visible proof that foods are kept at Safety-Zone Temperature, below SO degrees and above '32 degrees. bonrd of trustees for many years. "Waltz" and "Country Fair," Billic f. z ah Uaklor Uii RjM-ruta submitted a flnnncinl rcnort dis- Mayer; "Big Clock." "Rain Is Corn-closing that all current bills had ing" and 'Speckled Froggie," Blair been paid. Ho gnvo some timely Smith; "Eskimo Lullaby" and advice to the members, urging co- "Call of the Ocean," Jackie Vehrs; operntion in meeting the expenses "Dancing Doll" and "King Win-, of the chttrch. He was given au- ter," Paul McCracken; "A Little' burgh tiegro, in 10-fast rounds last Central field at 4 o'clock Thursday nlgbt, earning a decision In their afternoon, weather permitting, it main event. !was announced today bv Coach Barth weighed 164 Ms and Bruce Carl Ellingscn of the Bulldogs. If Jk,V ' , (the field Is not in condition Tlniis- y Other results: 'day, an attempt will be made to ;J Frankic Gallucci, 124, Portland, play Friday. The loams were to decisioned Ernie Bailey, 127. Sent- have plnyed Inst Friday but were fje'(): Otto Blnchwoll, 147, Los rained nut. , - Angeles negro, decisioned Jack, The Bulldogs will be minus the Rainwater, 149, Albnny. Ore., (fl); services of their nee pitcher, Mnn- Hurley's Plumbing Shop iinoriiy oy voto o ine memoers to uomc ana - iviarcn oi ine uoo-appnint a committee to assist the llns," Kyle Cnlnhan; "Soldiers at trustees In this work. , Play" and . "The Woodpocker," Phone 108 pTwSf AfVn ! Secnnd and Ferry Streets ' IfOuiC Nelson, iu, I'oninnci, arcw nlno Mnnnlna a lpfl-hniirtfr ml' mrB- u- u- Austin oi ine Doara nruce r.ecinnver; were in ine h . Hohi Vh?.mi, i,Hiv v-Vh. ' deaconesses made a report on Army Now" and "Captain Klddi" his right thumb badly yesterdny the activities of this bonid. Follow- Lnyton Arnold; "Folk Dance" and afternoon . while chopping wood. Mfl.ll., n..l lt. ..........I ...til Ing these reports Dr. Stocker gave "London Uridge, Howard Schuler; i , ..' i , i an elaborate report on tho work "Tommy's New- Drum,' duet, Paul ..r.J .... ".u u7 , 1" of, the church during the years of McCrockcn and Layton Arnold di'wood riilit-hanri rurve tiiill nls administration, expressing his.. . "Little Indian Chief and, artlstTl'll draw the Thursday as- appreciation of tho support of tho"'Hnppy Farmer," Blake Holbrook; .iWnmnnt inuisunyos members ad submitting numerous "Mavan Sun Dance" and "Drink 3" ' ' recommendations as to the work to Me Only With Thine F.yes." El-' NOW PLAYING oi uie cnurcn in mo luture. a re- oert iveny; - ine urypnon ana sponsc on behalf of the members "Volga Boat Song," Hurry Miller;' . SUOAI VICTOR I Salem, Ore., April 8. Don Salem, outmancuvered Jack in recognition or the work or ur. "baiuic to tne nag, ttnytnm or-and Mrs. Stocker was given by W. ehcstrn; "Ileveille" and "Camel L. .tnckon. Train," Larry Smith; "Ivy Polka," BeautyrestMaHmBprina The election of officers resulted trumpet solo, Harold Post; "Taps, Metal Beds as follows: elders. A, C. Hoyman, Layton Arnold. Lipscomb, Indiana, by tickling him in the ribs and took the deciding fall in lust night's wrestling card here. Ben Sherman, Portland, defeated Jack Cmtiss, Mississippi, and Burk Lawson, Tennessee, pinned Bill Cazzcll, Mississippi. SIMMON5 Homer A. Dnwd and S. V. bin it h, ell re-elected; trustees, F. H. WRESTLING RESULTS IPfoiffcr, O. A., Flood.- J. Fred1 New Haven, Conn. 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