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April 21, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 6

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:,I'"''V r page 51 THE ' ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, A LB A NY,' OR; EG OK TUESDAY, APRlC 211936 "OUT OUR WAV By WILLIAMS GRAY NAMED GOLF PREXY; PEARCE IS so thai the course will be in good, shape for week end playing, Dr. Gray announced. The club voted that the club I spoke on the lesson subject, "Death I Rides the Highway." The next session is to be a mothers' meeting, ! which will be at the home of Mis. ! J. W. Owen. MEV? WHERE'S THEV'RF GETTIN' . I VOUR r.HJC I kvimc ?.Aix uirrj 1 ELECTED SECRETARY! MANAGER HUNT TOR OAKS HAS LACK OF LUCK YEH-PICK THEIR FLOWERS MUSHROOMS, BERRIES f SWIPE THEIR APPLES-"- HUNT THEIR. RABBITS'- NINTH INNING RALLIES TELL VICTORY STORY house be available for renting to H PRIDE ? TAKIN' A VENGEANCE. A THAT MUP INTO LOOKIT 'ER FLY. .jr. i ' t.r private parties, an applications to Officers of the reorganized Linn be approved by the house eommit-Golf and Country club for this ; , uuk I-AIKCIIV.' yuu CAN'T EXPECT Harrisburg Seniors &IVE EM BACK J I MUCH OF A 6UV, ,.. Atheir mup. 7 with no pride ' i AN QUAIL--BUST THEl FENCES ENJOV THEIR. SCENERV PUT, BE SURE AN' KICK THEIR. MUD BACK Give Ploy or Grange Y". wili b,e ?rvioe Gray' p.rcsi" ' 3 dent, and Jack Pearce, secretary- PI1VE INTREASK PASSFn . His ccamonivJ IN THEIR. FACES' WE MU5T treasurer, as result oi-an election i ... ,..,, ap;i on tu I Harirsburg. (Special) "Aunt held last night by the board of di- 1 Wa.-hington, April 20. The New York, April 21. Four out Samanthv Rules the Roost" was rectors at a general meeting of house today passed the Rogers bill of nine major leacue baseball nresented hv 1ht J-rrrihiii-r ton- momhm holH in the rhamher of . authorizing an increase in the PROTECT OUR. COMMUNITY The situation of the Albany Oalcs concerning a manager anyway was the same today as before last night's meeting at the V U CIVIC PRIDERS. games were won in the ninth inn- j iors at Charity grange hall Friday commerce rooms. . army air eo,'Ps strength to 4,000 to the ing yesterday. night to a crowded house. The ; A drive will be staacd this week pianes. the bill now goes Elks temple. At the meet Elmo parts were taken quite creditably to secure a minimum of 10 addi- i senate. Not a vote was cast against I The Cincinnati Reds had the St Louis Cardinals hpat. 7-3. going y the students and some of them tional members on the $2 a month : it. The increase woj.d be effective pninp McReynolds, absent at the time, was named manager, but upon be into the last half of the ninth and 'were carried out exceptionally for 12 months basis. This will as-j over the next fivo years, ing called, expressed inability to accept the job. ; . He attempted to shove the reins lost, 8-7. The Phillies just nosed wel1- " was a three-act farce full sure the club of sufficient income' out the New York Giants. 7-6, at- ot laughs and titters. ; to pay a greenskeepcr and to pay; tcr the Terryman had put on a 3- i The high school orchestra plaved Dr. Leininger enough to cover run rally in the last of the ninth. ' several numbers before the play, taxes and insurance on the prop-Washington had the Boston Red Gene Clark also gave two selec- erty. Thirty members are signed at Sox beaten, 5-3, in the last of the tions on the saxophone between present. onto Tuffy Elhngsen, high school coach and star outfielder. Elling ten in turn rejected the post, and when discussion switched be tween the possibilities of both, nintn Dut lost, e-s. in the first acts. A high school quintet com-1 i w men are 10 oe nepi uujj game, of a twin bill. The New York, posed of Margaret Havworth, Mar-i the remainder of the week cutting I Yankees four times led the A's but garet and Marjorie Holt, Helen grass on the fairways and greens they refused because of the press When you come to PORTLAND JAE HOTEL J mttnOiiiidyiahlll Justtwonlnutes' drive from Broddway Tasttfully and modcrnlyfurnishtd. Fireproof. Excellent dining service. Desir-able, quiet surroundinss. Popularrates: of business. . But that time, however, most of the members of the meeting had jjeft. Both still refused to accept i wound up losing in the ninth, Waggener and Ardith Grable ren- 1 . 12-11. dered several musical numbers, so- I 'Detroit looked like a "shoo-in" prano and alto ducts. The cast was to beat St. Louis, leading 4-0 at the composed of the following: Ann .end of the sixth with Tommy Cersviski, Martha Cook, Lorene Bridges on the mound. Bridges Marguth. iLester Estergard. Phebe weakened in the seventh and Isom, who was Aunt Samanthy, Schoolboy Rowe came to Jhe res-. "d an exceptionally fine old maid, cue. Driving Rowe to cover in the Clarene Spurlin. Emily Cramer, eighth and continuing their attack Ralph Hone, Elsie Christensen, : on their way out of the confab, and there the Oaks stood today without a manager. ' Dr. B. R. Wallace, president of the club, did announce a drive for funds during the meet. He stated European Plan Room, with bdth, 1 feiion, S2 nd up. wo pcrjoi i, $3 nd up. American Plan Jhat two committees would be on Hogsett and Phillips, the rrank Ltuz and Lloyd Bond. Browns piled up nine runs in twol .innings to beat the Tigers, 9-6. DRAWS RECKLESS FINE KINOYEAWI It: I Room, wild bjlh. 1 N ferson. H nd up. wo penons, )6.S0 The spell Roy Hnsliaw held A reckless driving charge drew: lover the Pittsburgh. Pirates all last a $10 fino from H?nrv Manning. season when he beat .them seven 20 of RL 3 Aibany this morning out of eight times was finally in the citv court He was arrestcd. MUi CLARK OlSdUmO CORFOTlON named to raise money for the fclub. , , The ball park situation alio was fomewhat cleared as the cost of ixing the Bryant field was estimated. The roof, over the grandstand collapsed during the winter floods, was to be repaired within the week, pending the financial drive. oruKcn ine nara way. i ne luds by officer McBride at 11 o'clock. - --. -I - - - t u rr. ii . air nam xs- -v - --j - - naa ine r-iraies iickcu, o-o ai ine THE HINTFRLAMp BORDER. Albany Wins Triangle Meet Bulldogs Journey To Ploy Eugene Hi end of the eighth, but wound up . by losing, 9-8. Gus Suhr homed .with two .on and two out in the ninth. . Dizzy Dean won his first game when he struck out nine innings and finally saw the Cards put on a S-run rally in the ninth to nose out the Reds. 9-7. YOUTH DOMINATES SELECTIONS IN U.S. WALKER CUP TEAM With Dallas, Independence Tuffy Ellingsen took his Bulldogs to Eugene this afternoon in Kfnrrh fnr thn .vnnil Inaoita The New York Giants lost their Albany captured its. first track, Mile Moraan. A: McT.nren A tory of the year. They were to ''""if Same, bowing to the Phillies meet of the year yesterday win-j Constant. I. Time 4:20. 7-6. The Boston Bees blasted out 14 hits to trim Brooklyn, B-4, and meet Eugene high, a highly-rated team in valley competition. Last week with the Albany bats unrlrinu Hoiirllir ntfapt Iha n,,ll ning the annual triangular meet Low hurdles-Young, I; Smith, at Dallas by piling up 66 1-3 points p. Blanchnrd, D. Time 28.2. to 35 1-3 'for Independence and ,,, THIS IS HARRY BARTH, with his favorite corncob ( 'tof' ' 1 loaded with mild, mellow Prince Albert. He iayB: : j&jfc-" - " Jj 1 "When 1 like something, 1 speak unl I'm putting all I k 65 jWmae''' 1 1 my friends on to Prince Albert. 1. A. 'fl 'no bite' proc- I1 ess takes out all harahness preserves the full llavor." ' ' nuwwjti.i J JJWxiimL.wnnnl, a f ' "THOSE BIG RED 2-OUNCE TINS sure save money," Harry says, as he sits in his easy chair. "They hold afc-jy" 2l.swJ !!wiS around 60 pipefula of swell smokinp." For slicer pleas- kl ftMi'&tm,t W$M f!fl lire, try P. A. ti princely smoke. We've arranKtui a no- I ?fe5rr ff i risk clTor. P. A. is grand for '-makin V e.garettes too. 4 - j) :- New York, April 21. Youth dominates the United States umn-leur golf team which will m?et England in the biennial Walker cup matches at Pine Valley Coir club. Clempntnn N. .1 Snnl 9.3 plunge the Dodwers into the cellar. behind dogs ran rampant over Corvallis Ccaff0 White Sox, in n covon-inn nu tilt ")1 1 TK the 4-hlt pitching Of Vernon Ken- Vcmi 30 1-3 for Dallas. The Bulldogs "umies uooerison annexed seven first places in '"l!n hurdles Bluncluud D; winning their meet, their second j Young, I; Blanchmun D. Time, trial of the year. 18.8. . .. ,.!,, ff.; i., neny, Deal i leveiana, a-i. ana with the sluggers in the fray, and mved. 'nt thf. American league on thocn two will Alhnnv's hiH fnr lead. After healing Wushinj-'tnn m on thos-e two will Albany's bid for The Bulldogs jumped off to an Javelin Robertson A: Young. the first game, 6-2. Lovill (Chub- leadership bo made. bv) Dran's pinch sinvle in the pipeful of fragrant of Prince Albert 111 I r JIS : mss WM . tobacco in Avciy 2-ounce tin The squad of 1 J men, announced today, includes nine players who are under 30 years of age, and five winners of intercollegiate titles. Only five of the team have played In one or more previous Wulkcr Cup mutches. , . The squad: : Captain Francis Oulmet, Au-burndnle, Mass.; Albert E. Campbell, Seattle, Wash.; George T.j last week's game, but the gale ,,hF bi!se,s fl!'Vd R;nT ,c that swept Central field could be Athletics their first victory of the blamed for that. season over the Yankees, 12-11. impressive start and were never approached. The hottest competition lay between Dallas und Independence, who up to the last event, the reluys, were tied. Each had three firsts apiece until the finul event. Summary: 100-yard dash Baleh. D, Putnam. A, 2: ; : - msai - mii i iu mr- Han nasn 1 w mm ) : im mm the half of it! Try P.A. j$S C 193S. B. J. fUrBoldi Tb. Co. ..-I m t n : ... .. . - . neat Underwood, who has started each game for the Bulldogs' was mmimmmTmma u sisW. ; .ma "jm Jw ' KM on no-riSK oner: ran slated to draw Coach Ellingsen' i; Josnn u. Distance 1 42 feet. Discus Joslin, D; Fox, A; Steel, I. Distance 1 13.0- rect. Shotput Steel I; Joslin D; Long, A; Distanca 30.5'i feet. High Jump Hutchoaon and Mis-ncr, A; tied for first; Smith, D. Height 5 feet 3 inches. Pole vault Putnam, A; Hut-cheson A; and-. Har(man, I and Blaehmnn, D, tied ' for second. Height 9.8 feet. - . Broad jump Hull, A; Woodman, D; Hartmnn, I. Distance, 18.8'A foet. Relay, Independence. . i Hall, A. Time 10.8. Dunlap, Jr., Flushing, N. Y.; Walter Emery. Oklahoma Citv: John choice on the mound again, while Jimmy Robertson was to do the receiving. 220-yard dash Gibson, A; Mer- SILVER TEA HELD Harrisburg. (Snecial) The W. C. T. U. held, a silver tea Friday afternoon in connection with the regular-meeting, and the treasury is several dollars the richer ns a consequence. Mrs. Kenneth Van-nice was leader, and Mrs. Loren Grimes and Miss Maria Porter were devotional leaders. The wo- ii'.:. i Ai. "i o. ', rill A; Palmeroy, I. Time, 24.5. hZXLZ; n'. v.k. n y 440-yard dash Cox, I; Rich Goodman Omaha, Neb.: Reyn- mond'A. SmM, D. Ti ' olds Smith. Dallas. Tex.: (!iri .r Smoke 20 fragrant pipeful of Prince Albert. If you don't And It the mellowest, tastiest pipe tobacco you ever smoked, return the packet tin with the rest of the tobacco in it to us at any time within a month from this date, and we will refund full purchase price, plus postage. (Signed) R.J.Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C. 880-yard run Henderson, A: Tangent High School Presents Annual Play Woodman, D; Constant 1. Time Volgt, Mamaroneck, N .Y.; Ed White, Bonham, Tex.; Charles R. Yates, Atlanta, Gn. 2:0H. . . men had planned a Scripture ' The team, with Oulmet, Dunliip, c c A I C Fischer, Goodman and Voii-t ns the TAKE UP Prince Albert I TASK OF PARING DOWN OAKS LEAD THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE , ,, .... , ' 7. ', Tangent. (Special) The an- memory contest but as the rules rtom the thud place Indians and m,i high school plBV, "Where's provide that there must be five in two giimcs from the Missions. Grandma," given at the I. O. O. Fl this contest and there were only The basuball campaign makes, hall last Friday evening, proved four of the contestants present it its debut in the Pacific Northwest! a huge success, will) a capacity hnd to be given up. Rev. Francis this week with Portland showing : crowd attending. Kinch was here from Shcdd and against the Missions and Seattle Helen G'-pII. taking the leading playing host to San Diego. With role of "Orandma" was highly both northwest teams hitting a i commended upon her acting, ns only Walker Cup veterans, will nt-lempt to continue American supremacy over England's best amateurs. The United States won in '1922, 1923, and 1D24 and continued that streak after the scries was put tn a biennial basis. .: (lie llnllrd rrul " , San Francisco Seals, 19.10 cluim-i pions of the Pacific Coast leaguei meets Oakland in the opening clash of a seven game series today and despite their fourth nlace ospi- LEAGUE STANDINGS The Sensational New 1936 good stride and the prospects were Crystal Ross and Paul Bray, strong for their being among thel Inking the parts of Dahlia and leaders of the first division, good Midnight, two colored servants. -turnouts were anticipated. . j Others helping to make the piny Los Angeles, and Sacramento,' success were, Ireno Forster, the latter to be strenuthem-H hv Marion Richardson.' Annie David- : : American League Standings Mion they were confident they will W. L. Pet. be able to break the league-lead- 4 1 .800 , ers' stride. two new players from the St. Louis' son' Genevieve Grell, Loren Saylor Cardinal squad shortly, will carry! .714' Spirits buoyed by a 4 tp 3 edge .667 ill last week's series against Seat- is now on display at 17 ana i..ee may. Miss; Nora Coldiron, teacher at the high school directed the play. on a private feud In Los Angeles' L. STIFF Chicago Boston Cleveland . Washington New York . Detroit St. Louis . . Philadelphia -t 'i i. V . V H. i; I to determine which will occupy lr,n wfl"1, ti'imming, Manager the ieaeM ceiIal.. - ,,os AnBe(.s, i7 -n , ; ,i Was ,?p,!.".Vs 1C- 'ir''"' f the first half pennant STORY PUBLISHED H;ny E. Palmpr. coach of Sweci 7 .'w ;.,i, Vi ' .. ;l1"M yr. slipped behind the Sen n I ors lust wei'k in losiiiE five of Home high school, has a fiction I do the same thing against the National League Standings lOaks." FURNITURE CO W. L. Pet. I O'Doul Indicated he nrobablv six Kami to Portland. story appi-ariim in the current is- Sacrnmrnto barely lost out to; sue of the All-America Snort tho Missions by a one-game mar-' magazine. The story .titled ' I'lny Kin in last week's seven game the Game," is one of many pub-schi'dule, I lished by Palmer. New York . Pittsburgh . St. . Louis , . rhilndelphia mcmnati . Chicago . . . Boston Brooklyn .8.13 Would send the veteran Sam Gib-.600 son to the mound In oppose tho .600 Oaks in the opener. Manager. Billy .571 Mever expected to call on Hank .4211 McDonald to pitch for the Oaks. .42!) The Seals are five full games be-.333 hind the Oaks in league standings, '-68 out only a game ant a half awav 3 3 4 3 3 2 '2 BY ART KREN2 ' HARRY. it1 '.,..v,c lfljjuJUMl"frl mtim ,c" .,ic mv- l '.-,. X Vii- " I ti., 1 at Si. is one cf Ike ousr THE. AlAJOKt.. IE It, vr h AWLS TiCS APH.K , .VvC ot VI ATliHPlS WITH Here is your chance to obtain RELIEF WfcJVu IOH.. This ,cn ATst4L.lv . . 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