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Wednesday, April 22, 1936
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1936 PAGE SIX THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, ' OREGON M' I . M !P WA V ROOSEVELT CCCK HOLDS XENETAM BEAVERS TRIM ! REDS BEFORE RECORD CROWD BULLDOGS DROP GAME AS BALL TAKES BAD HOP ( 7 GOOD OCSi-l .' WE I AVI MOT JUMPS, AM' EXPECTS I I JIS PEEQOT V . - 1 I TM1 WACbOW TO JUMP? ) I I WAD TM' I V TOO - OH, WHAT ' J WACOM, IS ll! V, A FATHEAD ; V ALL ' STARTS TODAY Little lady Of THE LIGHTHOUSE mm Singing, dtnclnfc lugSinq...l tk V ,--"" "V. mctt lovable story ihe'i ever hdl GUY KIBBEE r7v; SlimSUMHERVILLE i if ( I I U N E LANG BUDDY EBSEH SARA HA.OEN -A 9 .-.1 " 1 T122323OT AT GRANADA TODAY! ENDS TOMORROW! Rain washed out a scheduled game between the league-leading Oakland Oaks and the San Francisco Seals in San Francisco Tuesday. The lull gave Seals' President Charlie Graham an opportunity to take a good look at the results of the season to date, and the survey was highly satisfactory, showing has increased approximately 15 per cent over last year's figures. Sacramento pushed the Angels deeper into the cellar Tuesday by winning their series opener on Los Angeles, 10 to 8. The Senators smacked out five hits, scored five runs and chased Hugh Casey to the' showers in the first two innings of the contest. Buxton met a similar fate later and Whitey Campbell finally halted the parade, but only after the Senators had piled up 16 hits, including homers by Garibaldi and Adams. Wes Schulmerich got three hits, two of which were homers, in five times at bat. Dick Ward started for the Senators, but was replaced by Alvernez, who in turn yielded to Seinsoth. Another favored team, the Missions, dropped back to third place by losing a 12 to 9 decision to the Portland Beavers in a Pacific Northwest opener wmch attracted a crowd of 16.051 persons, the largest crowd of the season in any park. The crowd overflowed into the field and officials had to adopt a two-base rule, precluding home run possibilities. Tom Flynn, Ad Liska and Ul-rich permitted the Missions 13 hits, but the Beavers landed on Laman-ski, Gallison and Johnson for 15. Sixteen batters smacked two-baggers. It was Lamanski's first loss. Seattle took advantage of the Missions defeat to pull into undisputed possession of second position by bowling over the San Diego Padres, 5 to 4, in baseball's debut KOWls tjfi "ft nil. i v . in mwrpi-i- - I 'c- .jr.tvuu-urvAs l T M. RtO U- S. PAT. OFF. If President Roosevelt could find time to witness each of the Washington Senators' games this year, the Nats would be a cinch to win a pennant. The chief executive never has seen the Capital team lose a game, and bis luck held as he viewed the wison's opener against the Yankaes, which the Senators copped 1-0 Here's Hie president, with Manager Joe McCarthy of the Yankees, reiuer. and Bucky Harris, right, Nats' boss, as Mr. Roosevelt threw nut Hie Drst ball. OU, THAT'S DIFFEEEWT jj Wit UV NIA SERVICE. INC, I bounder! xT YAii n the bounding ?0tK Century Fd PAUL KELLY JF ARUNE JUDGE Mona Bairie i t&J; xrfl M Gregory Raloff i'J fcw A crooked bounce cost the' Bulldogs a league game yesterday in Eugene; and exploded an air-tight pitchen'S battle 1 to Oi The battle was a corker with Eugene uble to collect but three blows off Ernie Underwood, and Albany netting four off Thuneman. The hit that won for the Axemen came in the last half of the sevteiijh inning', which was the final round. It was a drive to left field which hit the ground in front of Vic Groening, left fielder, and jumped far to one side. Thune-mann, who was resting on second base, scored while the ball was being chased, but Ronnie Mclntyre, the hitter,- was out when he tried to 'Stretch the blow from a triple to a four-bagger. Outside of the final inning, Albany held the whip-hand in every frame. Time and again they pushed men into scoring position. They threatened in almost every round, but sensational fielding plays In the outer patches saved the Axemen from defeat. Doug Caven, Eugene left fielder, was the outstanding defender. A large crowd was on hand to watch the pitching duel. In allowing Eugene only three hits, Underwood had all but one of the opponents eating from his hand. That one was Mclntyre who garnered all his team's blngles two singles, and the winning triple, Vic Groening smashed out two of Albany's four blows, and along with Underwood and Catcher Jimmy Robertson became the star the Bulldogs for the afternoon. The game was the second of the campaign for Tuffy Ellingscn's boys, and they ,now stand tied with Junction City for third place. The next contest will be a non-league affair with the Oregon State Rooks this Friday at Corval-lis. Summary: n H E Albany 000 000 00 4 3 Eugene 000 000 11 3 1 1 Underwood and J. Robertson; Thunemann and Brechlel, Humer. I Umpire: H. Coghlan. THUNDER PETE TO MEET JACK HAGEN ON FRIDAY'S CARD Thunder Pete, who appeared here in last week's wrestling card nt the armory against Walter Tin-kit Achiu, comes back for another match this week In the main event, meeting the head-lock specialist, Jack Hagen. The semi-final brings in the Masked Marvel and Ralph Wolfgang. T nut .....nL- TUlinrlor Pll O Hmtl- BOSTON RED SOX HOLD TO SECOND WITH GROVE'S WIN at Seattle." Ten thousand fans turned out. enough to ask Max how it was that Louis, if he was a clumsy oaf at right-hand pitching, managed to stiffen Paulino with that sort of curve, when he (Schmcling) failed to do the same tiling in more than 40 rounds of target practice with the old Basque. Fortunately, for the more sensitive souls of the boxing set, Host Joe Jacobs passed a drink at this point, and Schmcling didn't have to answer. Smoker Scheduled by Lebanon Letrermen All those interested in the event are promised a good evening's entertainment bv the Lebanon bovs and a fifteen man team from-Cor-' v-allis. All matches will be conducted under the A. A. U. rules and Red I-'f.-iiiklin, wi'll knnu'n ffifitba" :infl collegiate boxing champion, will iileiec the bouts. New York, April 22. Early evidence indicates Joe Cronin, Red Sox pilot, was right when Ky Henry MeLemore Unilrd Pre Staff Correspondent "A-R-L-I-N-E" New . York, April . 22. Max ! Cnlimi, Hnrt Ihn ninlr IThtun lif thn ' 43 Lebanon. (Special) The Lebanon high school Lettermen's club will hold the sixth annual smoker at the Armory Thursday evening, April 23. Spelta Trouble any time! he said: "Give us some pitching to help Grove and Ferrell and we'll . win the pennant." The Boston Red Sox were riding along in second place in the I American league today, with six ! victories and two defeats, and i Lefty Grove and Wes Ferrell have nemocrpt-Herald Want Ails. R. ii.t Ri.nlts Jefferson Hi Loses Openers to Stoyron Rhine, is in town and has the situation well in hand. Vocally, that is. Time may have pudgicd up his jowls a bit, and taken a bit of the spring from his walk, but it has left his vocal cords unscarrcd. From the minute he popped from his stateroom on the Bremen to greet the hundred or more intrepid Broadwayites who sailed down to quarantine to meet him, until he was tucked safely away in his hotel suite, he done their shares to put them there. Grove and Ferrell have won two games each and share with Buck Newsom, - -Washington, and Schoolboy Howe, Detroit, the lead among American league pitchers. Grove won his second straight yesterday, an abbreviated 8-1 tri Jefferson. (Special) The first league games of the season for the Jefferson high school teams were played Friday on the local diamond, with Jefferson losing both games to Stayton. The boys score was 10 to 4 in favor of Stayton. Jefferson scored 8 hits and Stay- umph over Washington. When rain ton 0. Batteries for Jefferson were i,auP( the game at the end of the talked a great fight. Votonin fiirht critics who have E- Tuiiiirige and McClain and for sixth inning Grove had allowed only three hits. been going down the bay to meet Stayton Chrislenson and Hiim-Max for the past seven or eight I'hrey The girls game was 12 to years agreed he had never been in j 1 ' ' Stay on s favor. better voice. In fact, as they swag- Friday the teams will motor to gered down the gangplank trying Aumsville and will play the teams to look as if they had come all thc t"010' way from Germany, and not just a - . few miles past the statue of Liberty, they endorsed his talk as the ILEAGUE STANDINGS! ; Coast league Standings ped a two-out-of-thrce bout to mosi nnisncci on or wnisuiim ouh Achiu, who had too many tricks U" graveyard since Max Baor, for him. Hagen is one of Promoter speaking from under lus bed in Herb Owen's Mtter-likcd gnip- his Speculator retreat, promised to piers and a clever one too, but chill Joe Louis with one mighty Pet W. The Yankees did another ninth-inning tailspin against the Athletics, but came out of it just in time to eke out a 7-fl victory. New York led 7-2 going into the final inning. Wally Moses' triple with the bases loaded and Puccinelli's single drove in four runs before the rally was finally halted. After the Phillies had scored four runs in the eighth and one in the ninth to tie the score. 'the New York Giants won out in their half of the ninth, 7-6. Jim Ripple's single, an infield out, a walk and Hank Leiber's single off Curt Davis gave the Giants their sixth victory in seven game played. The Brooklyn Dodgers and Boston Bees played a 8-6 tie which was called at the end of the 12th because of darkness. The other games were cancelled because of cold weather. Oakland Seattle .73!! .GOO what he can do against one oi i"""-"- t,.Aa Bfvlo rnmiiitvi: In lie seen. SchmCllUlf Said he positively 'Missions ..... iinnM bnnnlr mil t mii nn thn an r 1.1I1C1SCO 17 15 14 11 12 8 0 7 night of June 18. Moreover, he l01 "and .583 .524 .522 .384 .360 .304 Husky Sprinr Star called the winning shot a short . '"""I""-"'" M li LA l-fif,!,! t,i.rt l II, n n,,i i nl nmmnfi Hn ,111 LJICgO , rilllS teg IVUSC.e u W()lll(ln,t u.awl flirjllst. Los Angeles ! the same sort of jolting punch that Seattle, April 22. The Univer- harassed poor Willie Stribling at lir..l.: .!.. Pnn. tn,v, ril,.....l..r,1 1 n,,.rl., ;lrnitiu American league Standings W. L. Pet BHy Ul njaniiiKHiii ,,....., Li.,, i, ....... m .....r, j . . .800 .750 .ti7 .556 .5110 preparing for a dual meet wnn signi ot MicKey wainers classic . Oregon State college, May 2, was features. The boys were inclined to I ;,,"'.' ,' weakened for a second time this discount his calling the shot, how- j ', n. ' season when Bruce Humber, out- ever, for as they pointed out, he ' Washington standing Husky sprint star, pulled had to call a right hand shot or no y'w ."' a muscle yesterday. Coach Hoc Ed- shot at all, being as that is strictly j ' 1 . .4(10 MAIL STUDY POPULAR Pocatello. Ida., Correspondence courses under the adult education program of this state are now issued at the rate of 25,000 lessons per mouth. H. It. Wallace, Boiso, state supervisor, said recently. The lessons arc not confined to Idaho but sent to other states. ,..Al,. ..,,,1 II,,. !,,! M.iiiild nil l, l,,w M-iv sulrl I... hurl nviiti, 'MIIS .167 .143 Philadelphia National I.rague SIiiikIIurs Pet W. .857 First in pulling power keep the blond runner out of the up his own mind about Louis af-Beaver meet. I ter seeing the moving pictures of Ken Killien was groomed to take j Joe's fight with -..Camera, and Humber's place. A similar injury j watching, with his own eyes, Joe's slowed down Art Morgan, record-j execution of Paulino, lie said Joe breaking sophomore hurdler, not only didn't know the proper handicapping him in the California technique of throwing a right hand duel meet last Saturday which punch, but was also a sucker for Washington lost by a wide margin, one. One reporter was tactless .000 .B0 (i 3 3 4 3 3 New York . . Pittsburgh . . St. Louis . . . Philadelphia Cincinnati .. Chicago First in all-round economy .500 .4LM1 .420 .333 .28(1 foston WORLD'S THRIFTIEST HIGH-POWERED TRUCKS Brooklyn ... WRESTLI NG Friday, April 24. 8:30 p.m. Albany Armory Main Kvent, best two out ot throe falls, two hour limit. THUNOKR PETE Vs. JACK II.UiEIf Semi-final best two out of three falls, 1 hour limit. lt.M.l'll WOLFGANG Vs. MASKED M.VKVEL GOOD CURTAIN RAISER FEET hurt? ACHIU WINS Salem, Ore., April 22. Walter Achiu. Portland, won over Joe Bauer, Berlin, by two straight falls In last night's wr?stlinK program here. Jean La Bell, Canada, and Don Sugai, Salem, took one fall each for a draw. Ben Sherman, Portland, won the last two from "Thunderbolt" Pete. Detroit. NEW HIGH-COMPRESSION VALVE. IN-HEAD ENGINE Hith IncrcaBrd horscjKjwcr, lncreasci! tiniuc, greater economy in gas and oil NEW PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES always emialirrd for quirk, nuswrrvinj:, 'straight line" alopa IN TRUCKS, it"s pulling pouer that counts . . . and the new Chevrolet for 10.16 have the grmtrsl pulling ptmvr of anv trucks in the entire low-price range! 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