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Sports, Editorial, Classified Advertising, General News The Albany Democrat-Herald, Vol. LXIX, No. 237 ALBANY, LINN COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1936 The Albany Herald, Vol. LXI, No. 227' SECOND SECTION County Grade School Softball Tournament Planned Man 9 TRIPLE PLAY AIDS SEATTLE VICTORY DUCKS WIN 9TO 5 Viking Track Team Swamps Bulldogs, Taking Nine Firsts .,' wiuv, mo I i . ,y you WOMEN I IT'LL WOLD (iJS WE'LL TRV J V iVV A ELEPMUMT X tyfe-i H7 r-., 1,1 A ELEPHUNTS.' f ' .1 , "OUT OUR WAY" WW T M REG U. 6. PAT. Off. BOEM ' 1916 BY NEA SERVICE, fiC. Hamburg Leads B League Standings T I Harrisburg. (.Special) The Harrisburg school ball team took the lead Tuesday in the Linn County B league by winning from Shedd. The score was nine to three. Several Shedd errors bunched together helped Harrisburg. The other Harrisburg wins were over Scio, played at Junction City Friday, 11 to 4, and over Sweet Home. nine. to.four. The Harrisburg high girls have C-;-& -ZTsgi. -iirA-T ffiVVfrO Wl Vkl 1 TW'WI- ' "K iM'J)60 BACK..7 rne Harrisourg nign girls nave' (11- United I'rnu) Soatte continued to contest the issue of Oakland's Pacifc Coast league leadership Wednesday, defeating the San Francisco Seals 4 to 2 to even the count in their seven game series. Pitcher Paul Gregory, backed by 11 bust-hits and n sparkling triple play turned in by his mates, limited the Seals to six hits and one earned run. The triple play came in the fourth inning after Steve Barath, I Seals third-sucker, hud bagged himself a double. Gregory walked Monzo. Una came to hat. He hit a low liner to right field. The runners believed Mike Hunt hud no chance to catch the bull. But he did, throwing BarUi out nt second, then Shortstop Glenn Wright tossed Monzo out with a quick j r...... Oakland knocked over the San Diego Padres, 2 to 0, to even the series. Floyd Olds blanked the visitors, limiting the to six hits while Oakland batsmen were fattening their averages with nine ort Hockett. At Sacramento, the Mission Reds dropped a 5 to 1 decision to the "chain store" Sacramento Senators, who drove Nicholas and Barr t from the mound, then won the game with two runs off Big Hal Stitzel. Hobo Cnrson, meantime, was cheeking the Los Angeles Angels 9 to 5 in the southland with the help of errorless support from the Portland Beavers. The Beavers scored twice in the second, once, each in the third, fourth and fifth and four times in the eighth. Kimball, Boxton and Gabler attempted futiley to check the barrage of 14 base hits the Beavers slummed back at them. Carson, although touched for 11 hits, helped things along with a home run in the foiiVth. Salem waltzed over Albany in the first track meet of the year yesterday on Central field. 77 1-3 to 44 2-3. The Bulldogs could cap ture but four firsts against the strong Salem outfit, and watched the Vikings take nine first and enough seconds to roll up their large total. The high spot of the meet was in the pole vault events where three entrants sailed over the district record of 10 feet 7 inches. Hutche- son of Albany and Chapman of Salem split first place when both cleared 11) feet inches. Solace for the Albany fans lay In the half-mile, where Henderson carried qff first place in 2 minutes and ovt seconds, in the javelin where Robertson placed first with a toss of 148 feet, 7 inches, in the ? j broad jump, which Hall captured with 20 feet, 3' inches, and in the relay where Putnam, Reynolds, Hull and Gibson won out in a minute and 39 seconds. Summary: 100-yard dash Davis, S, first; Putnam. A, second; Hasbrook, S, third. Time 10.8. 70-yard high hurdles Ellis, S, first; Martz, S, second; Henshaw, A, third. Time 10.4. Shot-put Miller, S. first; Holl-stoin, S, second; Knuckles, S, third. Distance, 40 feet, 6 inches. Mile Jahn, S, first; Morgan, A, second; Jennett, S, third. Time, 5.20. 220-yard dash Ellis, S, first; Gibson, S, second; Skopil, S, third. Time, 23.6. 440-yard dash Johnson, S, first; Corson, S, second; Larson, S, third. Time, 56.5. 1 10-yard low hurdles Warren, S, first; Henshaw, A, second; Warner, A, third. Time, 14.5. Discus Knuckles, S, first; Miller, S, second; Oglesbie, A, third. Distance, 103.8 feet. Pole vaut Hutcheson, A, and Chapman, S, tied for first: Putnam, THIRTY YAES TOO SOOM taken two of three games played sn fnr. The first wn nt. Swimt Home April 7 when they lost by a score of 20 to 7. April 14 they de- faalnrl GlinrlH hu n ura nt 99 tn R Friday they defeated the Scio girls here by a score of 12 to 11. Bulldogs, Spartans ' To Play on Friday The Albany hih school base--ball team will meet the Corvnlhs Spartans on Central field-.Eridn4 players were ejected ' from the game. The Pirates stayed on top with a 7-6 triumph over Cincinnati. Paul Waner's single in the ninth, which scored Jense, turned the trick. St. Louis Cardinals and the Chicago Cubs dropped into a tie tor second place when the Cards reversed Tuesday's decision over the league champions. Manager Frankie Frisch's homer in the filth with Terry Moore aboard, gave the Cards a 3-2 triumph. The Boston Bess whipped the Philadelphia Phillies, 12-4. Chicago White Sox and the Washington Senators held the lead in the American league, sharing first place with the Boston Red Sox, who were idle. The White Sox whipped the St. Louis Browns, 6-3, while the Senators halted the Yankees, 6-5. Cleveland's Jndians evened their series with the world champion Detroit Tigers, as. they scored a 14-7 victory. ROUGH MATCHES LIKELY FARE FOR FRIDAY MAT CARD Two notables appear on the Albany wrestling card Friday in the armury in the personages of Walter Achiu and Jean La Bell. Avhiu is one of the most popular grap-plers, and the outstanding Chinese inatmun in the northwest. La Bell claims the Canadian middleweight title. - i ' Achiu will be mixing with Thunder Pete, an Indian, in the main event of the card. It's rated as quite a match, too, for the Indian is rough and tough, whereas the Sneeze depends on speed and skill. La Bell is rated much like Thunder Pete, a rip-roaring rul-fian. He battles Herb Bergeson, the dependabl workhorse, who has naver failed to give a good performance in Albany. - LEAGUE STANDINGS - National League " , W- ew YorK 2 Pittsburgh ... 2 Chicago 1 Philadelphia 1 St. Louis 1 Boston 1 Brooklyn 0 Cincinnati .0 American League W- Chicago ;2 Washington ..2 Boston 1 Detroit 1 Cleveland 1 St. Louis 0 New York . .0 Philadelphia 0 Pacific Coast League W- Oakland -. 13 Seattle 13 Mission 11 Portland 8 San Francisco 7 San Diego . . 8 Los Angeles 6 Sacramento 5 J. M. BENNETT Candidate for nomination for County School Superintendent Linn County Non-Partisan Ballot Qualified by education and experience Pet. 0 i.ooo 0 L000 1 .500 I .oSS 11 II I i .500 i .500 THREELEAGUES TO BE FORMED FOR BIG AFFAIR Albany will be the scene of a county-wide grade school Softball tournament May 9 with both boys' and girls' teams competing. County School Superintendent J. M. Bennett announced today. Competing schools will be divided into two leagues, the "A" league including teams from schools having four rooms or more and the "B" league composed of teams from schools having less than four rooms. Three-room schools, however, will have the option of com-' peting either in the A or B leagues, the superintendent said. . For the sake of convenience the A league teams will . be divided into two groups, the western and eastern sections. In the western group will be Brownsville, Albany, Hurrisburg, Shedd and Halsey, though Shedd and .Halsey may enter the B league if they wish since they have Hhree-room school, Mr. Bennett explained. Albany teams, however, must represent only onp arade each, all below the ninth. They may either be from one school or made up of players from any eligible grade in all three local grade schools. The easier group will include Scio, Sweet Home, Lebanon and I.acomb, with Lacomb having the B league option. Lebanon will be subjected to the same restrictions as Albany. Any one-room school will be permitted to unite with another one-room school. National Softball rules will prevail at this tournament, Mr. Bennett said. The A league girls will play on a 45-foot diamond, using an out-seam 12-inch ball. The A league boys will play on a 60-foot diamond, using an inseam 12-inch ball. The regulation bat, not to exceed two inches in diameter and 34 inches in length, will be used. The B league teams may be "C'UII I posed of ither boys-orgirls'OT . , i Tui. ,;n play on a 45-foot diamond, using the outseam. ball and regulation bat. The time between now and May 0 will be devoted to organizing of teams for the tournament. FIST FIGHT PEPS GAME AS GIANTS BEAT DODGERS 5-3 New" York, April 16- Harry Gumbert, 24-year old right-handed huiier who came to the New York Giants late last season from the Baltimore Orioles, held the Brooklyn Dodgers to four scattered hits yesterday and joined Curt Davis of the Phillies as the only National league pitchers to yield such, a small number of blows in two days of competition. Gumbert did not allow a runner to reach first until the sixth inning as the Giants triumphed, 5-3, in a game that was enlivened by a fist fight. Thanks to Gum-bert's classy Job, the Giants share the National league lead with the Pittsburgh Pirates. The fight was between Van Mungo, who started in the box for Brooklyn, and Dick Bartell. fiery Giant shortstop- Bartell claimed that Mungo tripped him in covering first base on a bunt in the second inning and started swinging. The two players went down in a heap and it was several minutes before they were separated. Players of both teams rushed on the field and it took the umpires ten minutes to restore peace. Both aiiernonn at j:.i o ciock. n was ' 1 1 aiiernonn ai j:.iu o ciock. ii was I j. n i.immn'tA & I X-Ol MY, BROTHER BILL ggf. Another i FiS 'wf J I In,i now, wiiuam neiping I 4 Llif V By WILLIAMS announced today by Coach Carl Ellingsen. Bob Underwood is slated to take the mound for the Bulldogs with Dragoo and, Sitton In reserve. Robertson will do the catching. A return game will be played at Corvallis on Tuesday, April 28. Democrat-Herald Want Ads. Rrlne Results. f. ', '4 0 V - : Modern motors briiift Htagifrring oil. 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Pirate Netmen Win - Over High School Suffering but a single setbuck, the Pirate netmen started the season in high style yesterday in , a practice match with Albany high school. Excepting for John Bryant's defeat at the hands of Annla Dooley, girl star of the high school, the Pirates swept the match. , The Bucs were too steady for the high school in all places but the fourth position where Dooley outlasted Bryant under a broiling sun. Scores: Nichols beat Sternberg, 6-3, 6-0. Kramer beat Boise, 6-8, 6-1; 6-3. Hoyt beat Hood, 6-4; 6-1. Dooley beat Bryant, 6-2; 4-6; 6-1. .. t Hoyt and Kramer beat Dooley and Hood, 6-4; 6-0. Miller and Marsh beat Sternberg and Boise, 1-6; 6-4; 6-4. CHURCH SEEKS OLD GOLD Hollister, Cal. The Pentacostal church has decided to build a new tabernacle with old gold. Members of the church will solicit the district asking contributions of rings, watch charms and any-thing of gold. 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