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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 7

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SECOND SECTION Sports, Editorial, Classified Advertising, General News The Albany Democrat-Herald, Vol. LXIX, No. 243 ALBANY, LINN COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1936 The Albany Herald, Vol. LXI, No. 233 'OUT OUR WAY" MISSIONS BEAT By WILLIAMS ckod out n .1-1 viMm-v nvpi' thp Pirate Netmen to year letterman. Other vets include BROWNS SLAP Linficld college baseball team Matt Kramer and Rusty Hoyt. sec Wednesday. Hutrh nn thp Tackle Willamette mound for the visitors. ond and third men resnectivplv BEAVERS, TAKE tvT.t ...I- .aii ,. both one-year award-winners. The Net men of Albany colleen nwn 1 , . . . 12-4 DEFEAT their season tomorrow at Sa tmi"1" ma" ,s Jotln Bryant' 3 new' playing Willamette university. The;comcr to tne squad. SECOND PLACE , IMMIGRANT YEAR OLD Vancouver, B. C. The world's youngest "immigrant" has just settled down in his new home. He is onc-vear-old David Inn ON CHAMPIONS matches will be the first of the ' year for the Pirates, having en- MO.NOIIAN QUITS B B B.B 9 9 9 n Portland Beavers of the Pacific New York. Anril M Thp St gagea in only a practice match! Berkeley, Cal., April 23. Wil-with Albany high school prev- liam W. Monahan, graduate man-'ously. iager at University of California Playing for Albany will be the i for the last 10 years, resigned last veteran Jack Nichols in the num-i night. He plans to enter business ber one position. He is a two- in Los Angeles. Bland. The child's mother died ; recently in Liverpool, England, ! and he was adopted by an uncle ! living in Vancouver. He made the j journey alone. i HA B E Louis Browns have stepped back into character again. After losing five eames in a row In stm-i thp .oast league Wednesday slipping back into second place three games behind the league-leading Oak- season, the Browns have suddenly auu scorns. The Missions 6-4 victory pulled the Missions a notch ahead of the knocked off the world champion Detroit Tigers two in a row. . Last vear the Rmwns i-nrn Seattle Indians and marked the second win of the season for Wal going no place, but at a critical ler Heck. The Beavers opened the game "me in ine pennant race they came to New York and sounded a funeral dime over thn Ynnlf ope wun mree runs and added another in the fourth. Beck, however, tightened up and held them score- .. and it asks no odds "ykv of any car at any price gir pennant hopes. The Browns may not go any place again this year, but they'll help keep the American leaeue race lively. jcm iur me remaining live frames. 'Bill Posedel held fast to a 4 to 3 - lead until the seventh, when the The Browns riemnnlrnlnH vp;,l Missions slipped a tieing run across, then weakened in the ninth tO DCrmit the turn inninrr moi-lroce punch yesterday when thev pounded out 18 hits oft four Detroit pitchers Crowdor, Lawson, Sullivan. WllriV In hn,l ll,n The Missions tagged Posedel for u mis, wnue me Beavers" registered 10 off Beck. The San Dinen PnHrnc u,nnt ir,'l Tigers, 12-4. Two castoffs. Julian Solters and Jim Bottomley, and two youngsters. Beau Beil and in a night game with the Seattle Marian Clift. led the Rrnwn'a .il- tack with three hits each. The defeat fuilhnr nim,.i.j the Tigers in sixth place, the same spot occupied by their world series victims, the Chicago Cubs. Neither club has shown more than a brief sparkle of the play which brought them pennants iast year. The Boston Red Sox strengthened their hold on second place in the American league by nosing out the Washington Senators, 4-3. Leftv Ostprmiipllpi- hnllnJ v , wmi. off, o .. scv.ee. me. BOgM TUIETV yEAE TOO SOONJ uiuiaiis, uanging 14 nits off five Seattle pitchers to win 12 to 5. Vince Dimaggio, Padres outfielder, clouted a home run with two on base in the six run fourth inning, then drove in two more runs with a triple in the seventh. The pace-setting Oakland Oaks trimmed the San Francisco Seals 3 to 1. Bucking the baffling slants if Kenny Sheehan, however, it took the Oaks 10 innings to register the 13 hits which turned the trick. McDonald was relieved by Tobin in the second on the mound for Oakland and the Seals found the going tough thereafter. The Los Angeles Angels turned in undoubtedly the worst game they have played this season, los 1--23 BULLDOGS TO GO FAST, CLEAN BOUT EXPECTED AS PETE AND HAGEN TANGLE You can challenge the costliest cars on the road with this big economical six Harrisburg Soil Gtoup Organizes Harrisburg. (Special) A soil conservation meetine was hplH Washington rally in the ninth after the Senators had scored two AFTER SCALP OF CORVALLIS ROOKS In Kpnrnh fnf 41;,. (hi.J runs on Estelella's triple, Hill's single and Lewis' triple. The New York Giants wnn ihmV' Annfhnr rlnan limit It, 41.n hh.ii iijjiu Will OI the season, the Alhanv n,u,jnr. here Monday night, one of a series that ihn nnimlu EMn...J r slate for the Friday night wrestling seventh game in eight starts by journey to Corvallis tomorrow afternoon to engage the Orernn ...... kwwiib a&iu, r iuju Mullen, is SDnnsnr-inrr nvnr T.inn JATIIFV Y0U!I1F WITH SOMITHINOBIlllR-SUrA defeating the Philadelphia Phillies, 7-2. Carl Hubbell lnt tin. Pi.ii,, county. In SDite of the hnsv season ing an s io J decision, their second straight loss, to the Sacramento Senators. The Angels booted seven chances in the field and managed only six hits off -Pippen, Sacramento hurler. ' down with eight scattered hits, State Rooks in a baseball game at 2:30. The Bulldogs have won from the Cascadia CCC camp and Corvallis high school and have droDDed a closn ripricinn in 1T,, blanking them until the seventh un me larms mere was an attendance of 40 men and women. Their interest in the new movement was shown bv the munv mipsHnne xwlr- Prico Clem Winner 352-Milo Yosemlte Economy Run 2J.y mi. per cal.lno oil milled) under Anirr. Auto. Ann. tupcrviiion Triple-Sealed Hydraulic Brakes Smooth and sure in any weather Knee-Action Ride For safety and comfort on any road "Turret-Top" Fisher Bodies The smartest, safest bodies built today Level Floors Front and Roar Foot room for nil inning. Hank Leibcr's first inning homer drove in three runs. gene. ed, some of which the agent said George Earnshnw ttii,.i,oi maicnes ai xne armory with the popular Jack Hagen tangling with Ttfunderbolt Pete, a surprising Indian from Detroit, Mich. Jack Hagen has long been wrestling under Promoter Herb Owen, and has been popular from the first. He grapples clean and fast, being a constant threat with his feared head-lock. The speed and ease with which he applies the uncomfortable dome-squeezer is much respected in the wrestling world. In Pete, however hp mpptc n Brooklyn to a 5 to 0 triumph over In spite of the fact that Tuffy Ellingsen's boys lost to Eugene, thev looked mere was no answer to yet but would be soon. Mr. Mullen had a Chart Showing thp rtassifipatinn nf OfflCtAl MIC1 CUIl the Boston Bees. Home runs bv rim ECONOMY CHAMPION different farm crops and he . ex Riggs were the deciding hits in Chamber Formed by Harrisburg Boosters Harrisburg. (Special) A chamber of commerce was organized here Monday night, after the town had been without one for several years. A meeting held at the city hall called out practically every business man intoWn. - Officers wnm nhneon ao f.,11....... . Cincinnati s 7-6 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals. plained how the government bonus could be drawn by changing 15 per cent or more of soil de it. They were downed in the last inning, 1 to 0, when a Eugene-batted ball took a bad hop in the outfield, but their hitting and fielding looked better than in either of the previous wins. Of course terrifin.haflino- nn,i,n,. The nthpr pmpc nrpin p.,llpi nre LittpricAtPuntMc Mich., bA,n t $615 far thm'6" W 1730 for thoS" (mubjoct to c.anrf. without not icm). Safety plmtm standard on DtLuzo 6 " and Standard froup o acetone- extra. Offeron Q.M.A.C'nw6 Tim Payment Plan. IRVIN'S GARAGE 324 Broadalhin .Sirnr Pnnnn All, r pleting crops to soil conserving because of cold weather. crops. A local organization was nffonl- likewise fast opponent. A surprising Indian is this fellow, for unlike most of his race in the game, he sticks tb Mean maf-work'. Although in the northwest but a short while, was anDarpnt. in thn u,inc h..t-a,. hOW DOWPrflll it was hnrUmn ln PILOTS BEAT WILDCATS . McMinnville, Ore., April 23. -University of Portland Pilots " " J lUHUWJ,. - - , , J-KlUtXHJ t VI CWII ENTER PONTIAC'S NATIONAL ECONOMY CONTEST-FREE CARS--164Cah Pris ed with officers as follows: T. j. Jackson, chairman of community committee; E. G. Cook, vice chairman; Cart Bass, third member; Sheldon Shaw, alternate. Nearly all nominations to these places were declined and much persuasion had to be used to get men to accept the positions. hi me wua snutiie of errors in both contests. In ,the Eugene tilt, Aibany constantly threatened and only sensational fielding by the outfielders' saved the Axemen. I Ernie Underwood was the victim in the Eugene fray, but excepting that one bad-bouncing ball had , his opponents well in hand. He i limited them to three hits. To date he has nnt llPpn earinncl,, ne is last oecoming liked. Early this week in Portland he almost stole the show of a large card with his reportoire of fast, tricky grappling. The semi-final brings in a long-absent sight, a masked matman. The Masked Marvel will meet Ralph Wolfgang. The Marvel, of course, is no new-comer to the valley, having appeared here many times in the past. Wolfgang is likewise well-known. J. J. i-ramer, president; J. C. Clay, vice-president: J. W. Moore, secretary; Donald McAfee, temporary secretary until Mr. Moore has full;' recovered hi health; Donald McAfee, treasurer; A by-law committee was appointed, consisting of C. T. Webb, J. C. Clay and T. W. Sommerville. A meeting will be held Monday to complete the organization, at which time the three grocers of the town, A. L McAfee, E. W. Blehm and J. J. Cramer, will provide a lunch. Democrat-Herald Want Ads. Brine Results WRESTLING RESULTS At Portland, Ore. Kimon Kudo, Japan, threw Wee Willie Davis, Virginia; Man Mountain Dean, Georgia, tossed Black Secret, Boston; Casey Columbo, Hollywood, drew with Texas Jack Kennedy, Dallas; Rudy Stromberg, Germany, threw Nelson Davis, Virginia. uucai- ened by any club, mowing down all opposition. He will likely receive the nod from Ellingsen Friday, and will be supported from behind the plate by Jimmy Robertson, peppy j and outstanding receiver. Linn Teachers Will Go to Monmouth Meet T.inn InnKnre ,i,lll l.rt it tntirlinrr the educational conference at Mon- moutn next Saturday to participate in the discussion of the in-lenrative function nf thn Krhnnl. according to J. M. Bennett, county school superintendent. ine conicrcnce win do neia lor instrnrtnrs frnm Ifinrfnrttnrfnn LACKEY'S GROCERY Fresh PHONE 789 Fresh Fruit, Meats 4 Free Deliveries nally-9:30 m II . m 2:30 p. m 4 p. m. Vegetables Fe"t"-e for Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, April 24, 25, 26, 27 IFEEE 1 pkg. KelloggY IPEIP classes to tne upper grades, with emphasis on class work and hpalth Fupn ihn nrinninsiltt unA administrators of schools will come in for their share with talks given for them. Representatives . from the Uni- VPrsilv of nrnflnn nnH Hrnufin WITH PURCHASE OF State college will be present to aid in the conference. Lake Creek Grange 18 2 Packages CORN FLAKES AND 1 Package WHEAT KRISPIES All for 29c Has Program Monday B'O, Hflrrishlircf Thn. T.nba frnnt grange held an unusually attractive meeting Monday night. There were 50 present, six being visitors from Eugene and Albany. The lertnrp hour wa nnpn In thn IsWITH THE iLs? WITH THE public and the following program given, opening sung, music, song by Mrs. Martha Hockensmith and PURCHASE OF THESE Mrs. Krebbs accompanied by Phphn Tsnm rnaHinn nn lifn rtt Sanders by Clarence Evans, song, Rose Alice Mnrsn. arnnmnnninrf hv Mrs. Krebbs; group of tableaus of THREE PACKAGES raun, nope, inarny ana f idelity by three children and seven ladies; talk on flowers and shrubs by Mr. Coffee SOAP Pound tin Seven Bar. 33c 29c 25c Dundee J Del Mail Cream Style Upton. Black Tomatoes CORN TEA No. 2J cans 2 for 22c 2 CANS 23c 11639c Lnase 01 ine tugene unase gardens; play entitle "Wedding From Way Back"; harmonica solo by Jimmy Jackson, reading by Mrs. Scholz of Albany, talk by Mrs. Martha Beck of Albany, state grange secretary; closing song. IlEKE'S your rliancc to taste a brand-new thrill in liran-nnd-whcat crreul at no roHt to you. Your grocer will give yon a full-niz- paekngc of the new and Improved Kellogg'g PEP 30 Bran Flake, in a eperial combination sale. liny two packugeg of famous Keliopg'g Corn Flakes, with one package of the new , Krllogg" Wheat Krispicg blended for rripnrs8. Gel ten full ounces of crisp, chewy goodness, free. Kcllogg's PEP 30 Bran Flukes are packed with nourishment. Mildly laxative. Always fresh. Delirious villi milk or cream. Made by Keljogg in Battle Creek. Act quickly. This offer is good for t limited time only. coR2rT I The program was prepared by Miss Anita Nicholson assisted by ! Mrs. Owen and Bessie Quimby. At ; the next meeting she will be assisted by Velma Evans and Bessie : McCord. The subject will be a tribtue to "Mother." " ..MlfDIbS CORN FLAKES FRUITS AND VEGETABLES fjjM-FSESH PERfECT Fancy Ripe TOMATOES lb hoc STRENGTHEN THE BLADDER MAKE THIS lie TEST If blr!(W Irritation cau trrttinff up niuhtm. frenornt Win srantr flow, mt'-ai:, drink Iota of IwHlrd or dhtillrd watrr. Huh out xretM acid and wants with burhu leavm, ionfper oil, ttc. made into .mi Bn tabiU C.ill.-d Bukrta. the bladder lax. Work on th bladder tmilar tft f-Bsiti.r iJf nr k. t i j CARROTS GREEN ONIONS RADISHES Bunches HOC o Sunkist 288 ORANGES Doz 1 9c ArilK.ll)l;r)li.iMlri I I if at -flraf anr druviriiit - will n-fuitd ;''Ur ""J1 re and Pawooa Orufii dv. ,

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