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PAGE SIX " !THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, A L B A R Y," O R E G 0 FT MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1936 Huskies Sweep Golden Bears; Here's Varsity Race Finish Lady of Charm SEATTLE TAKES SECOND; INDIANS TO CHALLENGE Previous Puzzlo BROWNS IN 16 INNING BATTLE P (A K lFljI7 RlMrlA4H- IbbWJMm f nAijj&C-ZZ - -A-c rnIeIJi c e r KOltl.ONT.M. 1 Who Is the lady in the picture? 12 Wild duck. 13 CrowilK. 14 Apportloaed. 10 Ejects. 15 Heretic. 20 To ogle. 21 Tissue 22 Mooley niile. 23 Court. 25 Children. 27 Exists. 28 Opposite of cold. 30 Irish fuel 32 fiod of love. 35 Trap. 37 Chestnut. 3S Corpse. 40 Bluik haw. 41 Mesh of luce. 42 To drink dog. fushion. 44 Pound Answer to 61 Street. 53 Note In scale. 55 To trail. 56 Cavalry horse. 58 Snake. CU Sheaf. 62 Layer. 04. Her husband was the president of the V. S. A. 05 She is a iRlBiEiftlTj nTITsTtie D OlR E jffA D Mil w a EUIJE ltt ebt oMAiLnpinxEeli Tci If i uliZlJlmraa waMsMwti! THRFE LENGTHS i i JlBBJwwinB? ijKsk' Tiullliis D three lengths, the varsity crew ot University of C'uiilumia lollows University ut Washington Huskies acio.ss the llnlsh line on the Lune WuoIikiisluii luuioc. Aiuiuukh nit: Itttus win: itiYuit'd iu iur.e wu or mure eveuui, Ai Lidiicksuii s crews niaae a cieuu sweep in ticshniuii, junior vai&uy una vius.ly events. CaMoiiua and WMsiunglou next meet at Foughkeepsie. U. O. Golfers Defeat I The program, starting at 8 'nVlnnt u.ill fn.itni-n n Holmtn in James Smith Buried At Crawfordsville Washington Divotcrs' Chinese; a lecture by Rev. A. 13. ICalder of Boring, Ore., who spent ... . ., , '. the past year in Chinu; and pic-Seattle, April 27 .-The Univer-Un.e of sml0, , Cnin!1 A sm.lM sity of Oregon golf team turned , charge will be made. Mrs. J. M. homeward today, having added the Pugh is chairman of the evening. i L h, I li is 16 y I la 9" !o""u 3" S (6 7 i5 15 if : 57 wJSf' 1 W S2a$u , i - 45 16 47 4tt 49 5 SI id iS S3" T 5 T 7. 56 " 57 - L 2 ; ; - ' ' ill I I I L! I Ui Crawfordsville. (Special) James Smith, who passed away at his home in Crawfordsville Tuesday morning following a lingering illness, was born in Wisconsin January 12, 1864. He came to Oregon when he was about 18, living for a while in eastern Oregon and for a number of years 'at Dallas. He came to Crawfordsville 35 years ago with Dick Thurston and was associ- atcd with him in the lumber mill which stood near the present sixth place tie with the Cards and round-up grounds. Mr. Smith was the Brooklyn Dodgers who de-united in marriage to Ivy Glass, feated Philadelphia .10 to 7, moved Corner! tee was Mrs. Spencer Griffith. Mrs. makes adequate drainage impos-Roy Kinsey and Mrs. Ben Town- sible, and in the rainy season, send. The pallbearers were Roy when as much as nine inches Kinsey, Julius Voss. Elbert Small, falls in a day, the island becomes J. H. Hodges. Rice Ashton and a swamp, breeding malaria and Oliver Butts. i yellow fever germs. University of Washington to its list of fairway victims by a 14-13 score. Oregon won the best-ball twosome matches over university course yesterday 5 Vi to 3i, and U7Dcl,:nntnn lr.nl, Ihnillutln IR-hl,i matches, B'i to BMi. Don Simpson Washington, and Sid Milligan Oregon, turned in low scores, eacli taking 72 strokes, Clipper Smith Denies Taking Villanova Job Santa Clara, Cal., April 27.- Maurice (Clipper) Smith, Univer- f'1? of Santa Clara football coach today denied reports lie has been approached with offers to succeed Harry Stuhldreher as grid coach at Villanova. Smitb said he believed an eastern man, possibly Rip Miller, Dutch Bcrglund or another Notre Dame graduate would get the job. Smith's present contract at Santa Clara has three years to run. LEAGUE STANDINGS' Pacific Coast League W. Pet. .733 .5111 .r.r.2 .53(1 .4114 .42!) .387 .310 Oakland Seattle Missions Portland San Francisco Sacramento . . San l)ic:o Los Angeles . . . . Ill . . IB ..IS . .13 . . 12 ..12 .. 0 National League Rccators Will Get Salem Examination The 30 Albany high school pupils who reacted to tuberculin tests at a clinic held at the school Friday will be taken to Salem next Wednesday for further examination at the state tuberculosis hospital, it was announced todnv hv . JOE Kv8ie BRC'AK, AiAMAMUCP I'M WHAT S eXPr-CfcP fin s. daughter of one of the pioneers of ihis country. Mr. Smith is survived by his ,.,ih,.,- h,il,or u.,..h Smith 75 of Portland, and a sister, Mrs. Susan Holmes, 80, also of Portland and numerous nephews and nieces. Mr. Smith was the youngest of a family of 12 children, seven of whom have passed away in the past year. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon, Father Tur ner of Lebanon officiating. Pall bearers were Duncan McKercher, Arthur Wigle, William Hendricks, Wayne Smith. Joe Yates and Dave Evans. Interment was Crawfordsville Union cem etery. Among those from out or town attending the James Smith funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hayes of Albany, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Glass of Seattle, Mr. and Mr5. Lloyd Templeton of Albany. Dick Thurston of Newberg and Mrs. Delores Hughes of Eugene. P.-T. A. WILL INSTALL Newly elected officers of the Central- Parent-Teacher association will be installed at a meet- school Monday night, it was an- ini; of the group in tne Lemrai nouncrd today. At the meeting Mrs. Mortimer M. Stocker will give a talk, and a musical program is being blamed. WRFCKED TRUCK STRIPPED J. W. Shortridge of the Al bany Fuel company has reported 11 Oleoresin. 12 She was a of the deaf. 15 She is now a of a school for the deaf. 17 Southeast. 19 To spill. 24 Gateway. 2C Without. 29 Clan symbol. 31 High. 33 Surfeited. 34 Beneath. 30 Steals. 39 Shrub. 43 Itlce dish. 45 Level. 47 To Jog. 48 Branches. 49 S molding. 50 Half. 52 To melt. 04 Tree. 57 To fre. 59 3.1410. r 01 Right. 63 Negative. VKHTICAL 1 Jewel.. 2 Fenc e bar. 3 To change. 4 Type standard. 5 Fish. 6 Death notice. 7 Caucasian people. 8 Conceives. 9 Lair. ' 10 Fence door. CONSTIPATED 30 YEARS AIDED BY OLD REMEDY "l-'or thirty years I hutl (-fttisttpit-tiou. S.nu'lnn fnoil from Hlomui-li hokffl me. Si n fc tiikiiiR: Adlcrika L am :i new iursmi. ( 'nt ipu t ton is a. thiiiK it I ht past." Alice HurtlM. Koshay -. Alastm, I (runKists. adv. to quickly relieve the stinaina torment. women Resinol NOW PLAYING DOUBLE BILL , " "MUSIC GOES ROUND" and 'SONG AND DANCE MAN' TOMORROW JanBlncii Latest' ThrihTr! 4u .mr tOMUNO LOWE VIRGINIA BRUCE NAT PENDLETON L TUESDAY NITE ONLY STARTS WEDNESDAY ENDS SATURDAY Matinee on Saturday Only AH 4 B ATR ENi3 jC EXPLOITS or S cBrff philo &v,J25ia VANCE SZi& !2 3 G REAT v ' biangle'MI r fv $1 barUe off fi I X hearts to i" y fr-A' Keep you . L-' LSZttd nrUy With the Oakland Oaks' four and a half game Pjclfic Coast league lead apparently safe for at least another week, the Seattle In . dlans and the Mission Reds lock horns this week in a toe to toe battle for possession of the second bracket. : Four and a half games behind the Oaks, Seattle held the position Dy a one game margin at conclu sioii of the week's league play Sunday The Indians edged ahead of the Reds by defeating San Diego in both ends of a double-header at Seattle Sunday. They swamped the Padres 13 to 1 in the first game, then edged out a 5 to 2 decision in the second. The dual victory gave the northerners a 4 to 3 margin in the series. The Portland' Beavers proved the Missions' undoing, winding up their series by splitting a Sunday double-header and taking four games to the Reds' two.' Home runs featured the first clash at Portland which the Beavers won, 6-4. Goldie Holt smacked a homer with two on base in the third to start the Portland bombardment. Moose Clabaugh added the next run with a four-ply wallop 'in the sixth and wound up the scoring when he homered In the 8th with Holt on base. Walter Stewart yielded eight hits in all while the Missions were bagging eight off George Caster. ' Veteran Hollls Thurston won his own game as the Missions an uu !iu " . V , i!T.u ' . j , i came to bat with the score tied in the ninth and bagged a home run with a man on base. Walter Beck went In the last half of the frame to protect the Missions' lead and etired the (side scoreless. Tom Flynn and Bill Radonits shared duties for the Beavers, permitting 13 safeties. c,.mo. ..', it. !..,. nf h h tukint ih. t nu Angclcs Angels in five games out of seven. The Senators dropped the first game yesterday 7-4 and 'won the nightcap 7-1. The Oaks bunched 10 hits behind Wee Willie Ludolph's five hit hurling and won out 5-1 in the first game with the San Francisco Seals. Two runs in the last half of the ninth gave the Seals a 7 to 6 decision in the second. Judging from recent performances, Oakland draws an easy assignment in facing the Angels this week. San Dicro moves down for a series with Portland, and Sacramento plays the Seals in San Francisco, BALL GAMES, TRACK AND TENNIS MEETS BILLED FOR WEEK 1 A week chockful of sport events was to begin this afternoon as the Albany high track team went to Corvallis to engage the Spartans in a meet, barring inclement weather. They go right back to Corvallis tomorrow to meet the Spartans again, but in baseball that time. According to Manager Rusty Hovt. the Albany college net team is to meet Linfield on the campus tomorrow also. : Then on Thursday the Bulldogs play the Rooks on the Central field diamond, and on Friday the Spartans come here for a return track meet on May day. May day celebrations on the Albany college campus on Saturday are also giving promise of sport events. A tennis mulch is scheduled for Saturday, and talk of a baseball game with the I'm l-land unit is being heard. Soil Group Forms In Jefferson Area Jefferson. (Special) About CO farmers of the community surrounding Jefferson attended the meeting at the Masonic hall Friday afternoon to hear the new federal soil conservation plan explained. George Potts, state president of the Farmers Union, J. (). Farr, and County Agent, Perry Richards were present. The cdmmunities of Jefferson, Sidney, and Marion comprise one district, and a community committee of three were elected to have charge of this work. The following officers were elected; community chairman. J. O. Fair; vice president, Ralph Dent: third member, Jake Gilmotir, with Karl Stei-wcr, as alternate. J. O. Farr presided over the meeting. " TANGENT WINS Tangent. (Special) Tangent defeated the Madison Junior high school baseball team, of Albany, at Tangent Thursday afternoon by the score of 6 to 5. The game was rather lagged, with both sides contributing several nisplays. Auwbrey with two hits and Grell with three were the hitting stars of the game. Batteries: Tangent, Awbrey and Downs. Murson; Madison, Fisk and Williamson; umpire, Savior BUSY WOMEN go placet comfortably well nurtly in fashionable KID in W McDowell Shoe Storm The Home of Nationally Advertised Shoes owna SkZackA. MM! i-n Cr mma iuu I I I i New York, April 27. St. Louis Browns gave the American league-leading Cleveland Indians a scare Sunday by tying up fhe score in the ninth, and then carrying the game 16 innings before an error allowed the Indians to score and finally win out 8 to 7. Dissipating an early four run lead, the Indians saw Shortshop Lyn Lary's single drive over the run that tied it up 7-all in the ninth. Rouers Hornsby sent his fifth pitcher. Walkup, to the mound and the 15.000 sDectators saw him engage Johnny Allen, recently acquired from the Yankees, in a scoreless, seven-innine pitcher's duel. The Indians filled the bases in 16th on two singles and grounded to Walkup, who threw to a fielder's choice. Roy Hughes grounded to Walkup. who threw to Catcher Rollie Hemslev and forced the man from third. Hemslev pegged to Jack Burns and got Hrnihes at first, but he dropped Burns' return throw and Allen was safe all the wav from second. The Tigers defeated the Chicago White Sox. 6 to 4. for their fourth consecutive victory. The New York Yankees launched an 18-hit attack against three pitchers to come from behind and down the Boston Red Sox, 12 to 9. Buck Newson pitched the Washington Senators to a 7-hit, 11 to. 3 victory over the Philadelphia Athletics. The second victory of the season was chalked up by Dizzy Dean as he pitched the St. Louis Cardinals to a 3 to 2 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates in 10 innings. The loss sent Pittsburgh into into fifth position, Chicago continued its surge to- ward the top with a 5 to 0 shutout . viciory over me Cincinnati ncas. Boston at New York was post poned because of wet grounds. Lebanon Singers Win Many Honors Lebanon. (Special) After spending two days in compt't'on at the state music contest at Forest Grove, members of the Lebanon high school choral groups under the direction of Miss Irene Moore, returned to Lebanon on Saturday and with them came a large number of honors won in several divisions. On Friday the solo contests were held in violin and voice. each being divided into several divisions but all high schools in the state were entered in the same class group. In the girl's low voice division Miss Florence Cahihan received third place. Lebanon was grouped in the class B for all of the ensemble contests held on Saturday and won first place in both boys and girls quartet and third in mixed I ensemble and also third in girls' glee club. The honor of winning the ensemble cup in class B was also a part of Lebanon's good fortune. Miss Betty Keebler was the accompanist and shares the honor with Miss Moore and the song- rters. ON Ti COMPANY Albany, Ottton Quintuplets Stamp Urged in Canada Ottawa. Ont. (UP) Canadian and United States philatelists are urging the Canadian post office to issue a special postage stamp bearing the portrait of the Dionne quintuplets. Postmaster General J. C. Elliot reveals he is receiving many letters daily from various parts of the continent, asking him to honor the five famous babies by is-, suing a stamp bearing their heads. The letters are being filed for future consideration. The only child whose portrait ever has appeared on Canadian stamps is the Little Princess Elizabeth, who was included in the King George V Jubilee issue. Marshy African Isle To Be Put on Stilts Bathurrt, West Africa U.R The island of St. Mary's, on which is built the town of Bathurst, capital of Gambia, in West African, is to be raised to above sea level at a cost of SI. 250.000. Gambia, the most northerly British possession in West Africa, and the oldest and smallest British dependency in Africa, has 15-' 000 inhabitants and Bathurst al- I ways has been considered tin- j healthy. ! The low level of the island ', W. I... New York , . R 3 ("''"I'innnti it 5 Chicago II !i In ihikivii ........... Ai (1 Philadelphia IS 7 Pittsburgh 4 5 St. Louis 4 S Boston 3 7 American I. cacao W. I.. Cleveland 7 3 Boston H 5 Detroit I! 4 New York .7 fi Washington . 7 7 ChicaiV 4 S Philadelphia 3 II St. Louis 3 II Juanita Johnston, county health I nurco nurse. The tests were administered to 400 students by Dr. Lyle Bain, assisted by Miss Johnston. The two will accompany the 30 reactors to Salem. Miss Johnston reiterated today a statement she made repeatedly before that the mere fact that a stibject is listed as a recator is not necessarily cause lor alarm, since the test merely reveals whether or not the subject has ever been actively infested by tuberculosis. In by far the majority of cases, Miss Johnston said, reactors, are found to be entirely recovered and to re quire no treatment. Miss Johnston otok four persons to Salem Saturdav for chest examinations. BY ART KRENZ NJVRit. time f JB5.0GO fficrn or. AMA&Eft-SHcKTSToP FOR tAST TtooSM SQU5...4w H'S R1JRN 76 IWEUP. 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