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: PAGE SIX 1 THE- ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ERAL'D, ALBANY,- OREGON! "WEDNESDAY, APRIL' 151935 OUT OUR WAY" By WILLIAMS MISSIONS TAKE SECOND PLACE agers, but it was learned last night he would bo available. The plausibility of reconstructing the Bryant park field was also investigated. Pending a detailed account of cosb;. the maltpr w- FIRST MAJOR GAMES DRAW 1 A BUWfiROCERV WM STOPS WELL, IT . ; . ! , Y T il Pi 7 ALU MIS BUSINESS, LONO .AIMT POLITE , . . .. V- V: 'l ( EMOUOU TO CO AM' GET SIX TO LOOK A 1 (tii rt I SAMPLE" PACKAGES OP SOAP I GIFT MORSE J C Wl I f AMD GIVE TMEM TO VOU, AM' VOU IN TW iWJ,l'' 1 DOM'T SEE-ANVTMINQ IN IT-TI-I' MOUTM I WO V 1 V MINT. TM' SIGNIFICANCE'. TM' 1 -A ' shelved until a later date. PORTLAND WINS OVER 200,000 SiPAc V MEANIN', TM1 DIG , TW ' ... " W ACHIU BILLED TO WRESTLE THUNDER PETE HERE FRIDAY (By Unilid PrtM) Mission Keds crept into second place in the Pacific Coast league Tuesday with an inglorious a 10 win over the Sacramento Senators While the Seattle Indians were losing their scries opener to the Ban . Francisco Seals by a 4 to 3 New York, April 15. The count was one down and 153 to go today as 16 major league teams, freed from the tension of opening day, settled down to the campoign that leads far into September. Detroit Tigers and Chicago's Cubs, picking up where they left off last year, rested atop their respective circuits along with some of their keenest pennant rivals and several Walter Tinkit Achiu, the clever but long-absent Chinese grapplcr, returns to the wrestling wars in Albany Friday night in a bout with an unknown invader, Thunder Pete. Herb Bergeson will clah with the Canadian villain, Jean La Bell, in the semi-windup. Achiu has Inn? hrrtn Hnnnrtol margin. .' San Diego, opened its series With the league-leading Oakland Oaks by edging out a 3 to 2 deci second-division certainties. Eyes full of zest tar good eating and drinking sion in the Oaks' ballyard, nar The 1936 openers, which saw rowing the East Bay teams first place margin to halt a game. Play left the Missions a similar' distance ahead of the tribe from Se from the northwest, his former stamping grounds, and only recently returned to throw Jack Lipscomb in Portland, and in turn be tossed by Don Sugai at Salem. Thunder Pete dropped a recent the Cubs, Tigers and a few other teams moving along in mid-season form, were played before nearly 207,000 spectators. It was one of the most successful opening days attle. Portland made a conspicuous Ears that spell thrift ill msxmismK ; n va in baseball history. debut at Wngley Field, Los An maicn to Ben Sherman. The SPmi-winrinn h,mt fh-i As was expected, the first games holder of the Canadian middle geles, meantime, by whaling the Angels, 10 to 4, thereby exchanging places with the Angels who rested only one step above the weight crown, La Bell, against Herb Rnrppsnn l.n R,ll io as one of 'the cleverest of wrest tips that love luxury of the season in most instances failed to shed much light on where the strength Is this year. Extremes were registered in both leagues ranging from free-hitting, sloppily-played games, to pitchers' duels that weren't decided until late innings-Only three American teams lers ana also as one of the moot villainous. Linfield Wolves Beat O.S.C. Via-. 1Uk00 12-5 Detroit, New York and Cleveland played errorless ball. The rest made a total of 10 blunders. In the National league, only Boston and Philadelphia played perfectly. Corvallis. Ore., April 15. The TME CLE '4V j pellar when the smukc cleared away. San Diego's victory marked the first defeat of ' the season for young Jack Larocca, sensational Oaks newcomer, who had won three previous starts.' ,' The Seattle-Seals clash, a 10-in-ning night contest at Seals stadium, found Dick Barrett, Art Mc-Dougall and Osborn unable to halt the IMS champions. The trio of moundsmen were nicked for eight hits while Ed Stutz and Kenny Sheehan combined forces finally to out in the tenth alter allowing Seattle batsmen nine blows. ' Bill Posedel, Portland ' pitcher, I managed to keep Los Angeles' 10 hits sufficiently scattered to cash in on the basehit and run barrage his mates showered at Gar-nett, Campbell, Mails and Lahtl. writer ever has seen Terry The team boasts a number of vet- The other teams contributed 18 . misplays. I The National league captured the day's hitting honors with ninel homers, two of them contributed by Frank Demaree of the Chicago i was right when he said he didn't ' erans in the track division, though TDCUKV care whether Whitehead ever be- ! the most outstanding being Dick came a hitter "As long as he ', Henderson in the 880. He captured Liniieia wildcats handed the Oregon State baseball team its fourth consecutive defeat Tuesday by a score of 12 to 5. Warrick and Cook of Linfield hit homers. . R. II. E. Linfield 12 15 7 O. S. C ; 5 9 6 Batteries: R. Holser and Warrick; Johnston, Cramer and ou of the true luxury-loving type cannot afford to miss the luscious "double-rich" straight Bourbon of Kentucky . . . today's outstanding value! can field, that s all I care" the district title among the half' Cubs. Only three circuit blows were recorded in the American. I Mcll Ott proves that it's not the milers last season. Other veterans No. 1 game of the day opened power that makes a hitter are: mile, Hill Morgan, uordy Mc- Just timing and rhythm He Clare; sprints, Jack Hall, Rex Put- by President Roosevelt was the Yankee-Senator duel. Lefty Go Bv Henry Mctemore jhits tb.em as easy as Dazzy Vance "am; high jump, Hoy Henshaw, United Pkm Huff Correspondent did Only Dazzy got nothing ivusnei, nign nuraira, niair mez, New York left-hander, lost Warner; pole vault, Putnam, Hen and Mell gets homers, a heart-breaking game. The Sen prove dprson Bnd George Kclty; broad It took only one day to VENETIAN THEATRE ators, behind the four-hit pitching jump, Hall, Henshaw. how wrong the experts can b of Buck Ncwsom, won 1 to 0. Reynolds' double with Travis Iff Mj' tt Mmt. Mi.Sein Kentucky STARTS WED.. APRIL 22. RUNS FOUR DAYS Matinee 2 p.m. Nites 7-9 p.m. aboard won the game in the lust frame. Spina Wins Over Pierpont by KO ...the imxl oi? Kentucky way. Schoolboy Rowe held the Cleve This correspondent picked the Bees And he's still with them The Washington Senators disgraced themselves for life They . couldn't catch the president's opening day loss. . . . . . A little guy in a brown hat, who eluded the cops, waltzed into the The Beavers hit 16 times, scoring twice in the second, once in the third, four times in the fifth and twice in the sixth. They wound up the day by adding another in the ninth. Moose Claoaugh homed in the tell-tale filth." i Frank- Lamanski, southpaw addition to the Missions stalf this season, brought more Joy to Manager Willie Kamm's heart with his seven hit pitching against the Senators. It was Lamanski'e fourth win of the season. land Indians to four scattered blows as Detroit chalked up a 3-0 triumph, - Portland, Ore., April 15. Al Spina, youthful Portland Italian New York, April 15. Hits and errors from the annual coronation of King Baseball: For the first time In years, journalists In New York were able to keep notes with pencil and paper insteud of using harpoons to inscribe them on blocks of ice Classic remark of the day went to Casey Stengel, screwy Brooklyn manager After his teum had been booed for a half hour, Casey strolls 'up to the microphone and says: "Thank you: We are again once among friends. How lovely." Philosophical remark which could have been made by any Scoring three runs in the eighth, I oauier, survived one oi ine mosi inlield and caught the ball the Chicago White Sox won from the St. Louis Browns, 7-6. I "lfUi U '" h'S PCket and coming a main-eventer when he scrammed 36 The "million dollar Boston Red knocked out rugged Tuffy Pier- Uncle Mike Jacobs, Sox hammered out a 9-4 victory tne- ilgntlpont of Oakland. Cal., In the sixth over Connie Mack's Philadelphia sound of a scheduled 10-rounoT promoter, sat six seats away from Babo Ruth at the Giant game.,.. And almost passed out when he ueuid i Me ovation Ruth received FINGERPRINTING IS TAUGHT ' San Francisco. San Francisco Junior college has added a course in fingerprinting. Instruction is given by Maurice Akcis. Athletics. Jimmy Foxx, one of the four players Tom Yawkey bought from Mack last winter for $400,000 manager after losing yesterday hit a triple, double and single. Gosh, I thought only Joe 90 PROOF STRAIGHT KENTUCKY BOURBON WHISKEY "Well, we're only one game out of Louis collld down lhc house main event bout last night.. Pierpont led through the early rounds, but the tide turned in the fifth when Spina reached him with a left that sent him to the canvas for a nine count, which ended with the bell. A left and a right ended the fight in the sixth. Spina weighed 122 and Pierpont 118. .. The New York Giants whipped Hi-V; i.,iii;iiiim,iUkr (mil sa,d WRESTLING FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 8:30 p.m. Albany Armory " Main Event .best 2 out of 3 falls 2 hour limit. WALTER (SNEEZE) ACHIU, Vs. TIIUNOLK PETE Semi-final, best 2 out of 3 falls, 1 hour limit. HERB BERGESON vs. GENE LA BELLE the Brooklyn Dodgers, 8-5, before the day's largest crowd 54,392 spectators in the Polo Grounds. The Cubs cracked out five homers to drive Dizzy Dean from the PINT No. 173C 80 QUART $1.50 No. 175 (Copjriihl, IMC, br tinllfd l-rrn) BULLDOGS, VIKINGS CLASH IN TRACK AND FIELD MEET Frankie Gallucci. 123. Portland. twus ui e in luim. . . . . . i ney iosi their fourth straight opening '.;iitic and their eighth in the last ten years .Stengel and Bill Terry i'ul used to shake hunds fur the photographers On the grounds that they would be open to a $10 fine under Ford Frick's rule which prohibits fraternizing among decisioned General Padilla, 120, piound and beat the Cardinals, 12 San Francisco (10); Jimmic Mc- 7, fcd places comfortably as well Si smartly in new WHITE, P Lend, 137, Tacoma, drew with Willie Davis, 134, Eugene (4); Heinie AVAILABLE IN OREGON Copyright. IWit, Schenley Ditnhi.toni. Inc. N. Y. Th C.n T. SUrg V, Itic, Kranltfnrt. Kentn.-Vy-nivininn .f Srhrnlv Prorltirtn Co., Inc. Curt Davis of the Phillies held the Boston Bees to four hits as the Phils triumphed, 4-1. Pittsburgh whipped Cincinnati 8-6. Strength of the Albany hiuh '0 If rivals. . 'I'll pose if you guys , truck team was being shown today pay the line," Terry said.. as the Bulldogs tackled Salem Cooper, 186, Hubbard, Ore., technically knocked out Tiny Holden, 222, Dillon,: Mont., (3); Frankie Caldwell, 142, Tacoma, drew with Hurry Kimscy, 135, Portland (4). Mil I mmt wui-iii rfa w McDowell' Shoe Store The Home of Nationaly Advcr-tised Shoes Au It Considered As Oaks' Manager Oregon Defeats Monmouth 4 to 0 high starting ut 3 p. m. on Central field. Pre-meet dope gave the Vikings the edge, mainly because of their tremendous vlotory over Corvallis. The Bulldogs principle strength was expected to lie in the track events. The weights are woefully short on man-power, and unless new candidates develop they will take a shcllucklng in that Consideration of Jim Ault as mr I Sim-- There were no hund-clusp pictures published today. French Bordngaray's musuichc, the only one-in major league captivity, makes him look like an t,d-vertiM'inent lor bock beer: . . . ln-loimed that Terry was out of the giiine because he had water on the knee, one of the local sib-sisteis commented;- "l!m not surprised what with all those Hoods down south." A month ago Dizzy Dean told the writer he'd probably pitch the opening game but wouldn't be ready Di., you certainly told the truth The Polo Grounds press box was so crowded that manager was raised again at the Monmouth, Ore.,, April 15. 'meeting of the Albany Oaks base-Seven errors by the Oregon Nor-j hall club last night in the Liks' mr.l Wolves helped Oregon base-1 temple. Ault recently withdrew bqllists to win 4 to 0 Tuesday. frrom the field of possible man- i wm j ww mm SOLD IN EVERY CONVENIENT El SIZE GLASS CONTAINER icven the gentleman from the Times had to stand up.. 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