Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 29, 1936 · Page 6
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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 6

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o PAGE SIX. 'THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, A L B A R Y," 0 R E G 0 R 1 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29. 1936 Spina Wins Decision 'OUT OUR WAY" By WILLIAMS 1 I Birdbills Grown To Unusual Size In Matheson Battle LET'S PLAVA PEW MORE SETS WriyU'tf A ( SHOOT fl 'ANGEL'S BREAK LOSING STREAK TO TRIM OAKS Portland, Ore., April 29. Al CARL SHOOTS IS NAMED TO MANAGE OAKS f A TWEEE'S NO OME TWEEE'S NO OME Li J' ..' vkU-J ' 1 K Spina, local featherweight,' de WAITIN6. cisiuncd Baby Face Matheson of Los Angeles in u ten round bout ponenls. In two previous starts they won handily. The Bulldogs were rained out yesterday in their attempted lilt with Corvallis, and thus far have a season record of two wins and one loss. They downed both the Cascadia CCC camp and Corvallis high with ease, before dropping a hair-line decision to Eugene there. Tomorrow's fray finds 'them after their Jiird victory. ' Ernie Underwood, slender righthander, is slated to draw the assignment on the mound with Jimmy Robertson doing the last night. i Spina weighed 123 Vi; Matheson, 120. Chalky Wright, 128, Los An Scio. (Special) "Birdbills" of unusual size and fragrance were exhibited in Scio this week by G. L. Thurston who has had the wild flowers under cultivation at his father's farm two miles west of Scio for the past four seasons. The stems of the tamed flowers have attained a length -of more than a foot, and bear 10 to 12 blooms on each stock. Started from a single bulb, the flowers now cover a small lot at the Thurston farm. geles, technically knocked out Willie Davics, 133, Eugene, Ore., v . ("7 Unllfd I'rml Los Angeles Angels snapped out of their losing streak to haul the league-leading Oakland Oaks down a notch as they opened their (7); Harry Kinsey, 137. Portland, technically knocked out Glenn Strong, 138, Tacoma. (2); Paul Events moved at a rapid pace in last night's baseball meeting at the Elks' temple and as a result Albany is not only to have a ball club, but they are to have one immediately practice starting next Sunday on the Bryant field. First of all Carl Shoots, shortstop from last season's championship team, was chosen manager. Shoots took over the reins then W St. I- Mere they are Smith, 134, Tacoma, outpointed Jack Curley, 137, Portland, (4); Tony Accurdia, 171, Portland, technically knocked out Al San-toria, 184, Seattle, (2); Eddie Nor-ris, 134, Salem, decisioned Baby Hill, 130, Portland, (4). Scio Teams Will Play Harrisburg I ana mere, ana siariea ine inuiai Rain Halts Tennis Match With Wolves series in the south with a 4 to 1 win. '", Bob Joyce, rookie pitcher, won Individual honors by limiting Bill Meyers' invaders to four hits. At the same time, the Angels touched Jimmy Tobin for 13 safeties. Wes .Schulmerleh knocked a home run with one onto cinch the win with jtwo tallies in the fourth. ; At San Francisco, the Seals met .the challenge of the up-and-com-'Ing "chain store!' Sacramento Senators by laying down a hit barrage in the latter stages of a night game, winning 12 to S. In a three-hour overtime game, the Seattle Indians turned in a 8 to 4 win over the Missions in the 11th inning, to chop a full game from Oakland's lead, when Centerfielder Lawrence hammered out a triple to score the win LOW Scio. (Special) Scio high school baseball nine will engage Harrisburg on the local diamond Friday attetnonn, May 1, as part of the annual May day festivities. Scio lost to Harrisburg there April 10 in the second game of Linn county's class B league schedule. The Harrisburg defeat, by one points, is the only contest in which Scio girls have failed to out-bat and out-run their opponents. They have won from Hal-sey, Brownsville, Sweet Home and twice from Shedd. Scio gained 17 runs in a single inning of Rain hit suddenly in the middle of the Oregon Normal-Albany tennis match yesterday and caused a postponement of the event with only two matches partially completed. Noble Dutton, number one man for Oregon Normal, won the first set from Jack Nichols, 6-2 and the Halsey game. Frances Patter- j son is girls' coach. . Scio boys, under Coach Cecil t 'Bub" Elder, have fared less well 1 in the current season's bat-cross- t in- the gamei were even, 2-2, in the second when the downpour set in. Soverson held a 6-1, 4-3 advantage over John Bryant, number four man, before they were forced to quit. None of the other matches had been started. They will be played at a later date. 1 'i . I l i ..,!-. li T. m Rio. u. . m. on. . !''-' . AOr- .AAPM HEROES ACE FINE OLD APPLE BRANDY 17 MONTHS OLD. MADE - NOT. BORM 4-Z9 ing. They have won only one game, ttie opener with Shedd. Their losses to Harrisburg. Hal-sey, Brownsville, Sweet Home and once to Shedd have been by small margins. ning run. 1 At Portland, the Deavcr3 cracked out 19 blows to trounce San Diego 11 to 4 in their first meeting of the season. The Port-landers, with one exception, hit all around, and Bill Posedel and Bill Cronin, battery mates, . got three each; Moose Clabaugh drove out his fourth home run in as many games when he sparked a five-run rally In the eighth Inning. In the scoring flurry, the Beavers were aided by San Diego errors. WIFE ASKS DIVORCE Mrs. . Aletha Starr today filed suit In circuit court asking a divorce from Delbert Starr, to whom she was married December 20, 1924. Crueity is the charge. i that he spent more dough for hard I linuor 'than "any champion who ever lived. He probably consumed WESTERN TEAMS GET POOR START ON EASTERN TRIP Democrat-Herald Want Ads. more, too. . . steps to organizing ine cluo. . In lining up the players, the situation runs like this Jim Ault, mainstay of the Oaks last year, is gone; so is Manager and Relief-Pitcher Chinky Coovert. Other vacancies will be in the infield with Joey Mack, second baseman, Nichols, third sacker, Gerran, first baseman, and Lapeyri, catcher, gone. In the outfield, Bill Bottler will be missing. But the club still maintains a wealth of home talent material, and the vacancies can be filled at a moment's notice. Of most importance is the securing of top-gradj chuckers. Plans have started to secure Hal Turpin, tHo. Yoncalla snake-charmer. Turpin is a right-hander, formerly with the Pacific Coast league for quite a span. Other possibilities in the field for chuckers are Herb Sahnow, another right-hander and a fast ball artist, now residing in Hills-boro, and Bill Lake, side-wheeler with Eugene last season, but now employed in Albany. The outfield will bow to none, boasting a trio of fleet, hard-hitters. The trio is Bruce Dowling, Dave Stritmater and Tuffy El-lingsen. They will receive support from two high school students Tubby Manning and Bob Arthur. The infield, too, has plenty of candidates on hand with Manager Shoots, Earl Lansing, Walt Heck'-er, Jimmy Jenks, Bill Wilkinson, Chuck Belmer, Jimmy Robertson and a newcomer from Hood Kiver, Anderson. The open first base position can be filled by Shoots, and the others can undoubtedly fill the rest of the inner patches. If necessary, Sutherlin, Oregon State shortsop, may be secured. At catcher- the Oaks will have a newcomer now living here in Chuck Belmer. Bill Wilkinson can also take his turn at receiving, and Jimmy Robertson, another SUGAI THROWS McSHAIN Salem, Ore., April 29. Don Su-gai, Salem Nipponese, won the deciding fall with Danny McShain, Hollywood, in last night's wrestling show here, but came out second best in an ensuing exchange of fists. Walter Tinkit Achiu, Portland Chinaboy, took two straight falls from Jack Lipscomb, Indiana. Buck Luwson and Jack Hagcn went to a draw. I LEAGUE STANDINGS! By Henry McLemore Unlud Prtia Staff Corrripondtnt Pacific Coast League W. L ntiltlnnrl 99 Somewhere, Somewhere, April q,.,,n io zu. I'uiiing ine sport snot while Missions 16 moving uiwarct ine oiuegrass conn- p0,-ii..nri Pet. .710 .581 .552 .552 .464 .4211 .375 .333 act now- try and the race which has madO fjan Francisco ! ! a lot of hoss owners rich and the ! Sacramento' Louisville inn-keepers richer: i San Diego It it William the Tilrien's blunt Los Angeles opinion inai nil ine unueo amies will get out of the Davis Cup play this year is exercise. . . lie sees Australia licking us, Germany dusting off Australia, and Great Britain pollshim: off the Nazis. . . Thoughtful Mike Jacobs had ar- National I.eajrue W. New York 8 Cincinnati 7 Chicago .6 Mm. Pet. .727 .538 .500 .500 .500 .444 .400 .364 'Brooklyn 6 . 7 oi "TV. " ."'" I Philadelphia oi-iiiiieiuiK .1 liiiiuuiK St I Ollis 4 pitching is such a position that the p J,..;1", ;., boxing writers may cover the Ger- j 0!l,n h ........... h American League W. lllilll 1111111111(1 HUH! Llll.'ll UlUIXJUIIl windows. . . Wallace (Rose Bowl) Wade. Duke coach, could have had the Wisconsin football job, but chose to remain in Durham, where he has what is probably the most satisfying contract of any coach In tl.n nii,ti' Tsi ttl, if, vm, r, -i j high school star will make his ' New York, April 29. Western clubs fared badly in the season's first intersectional play yesterday, dropping three out of four samcs to eastern clubs in the American league and losing the only two National league games played, to invaders from the east. The reception accorded the Detroit Tigers by the Washington Senators was the only indication that there might be a trace of manners left among the eastern teams of the junior circut. The Senators bowed down to their Detroit guests 8 to 1. Not a quibble was heard as the young righthander, Joe Sullivan, was presented his first victory of the season. But the New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox and Philadelphia Athletics were not cordial at all. They made the visiting Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox and St. Louis Browns feci extremely ill at case. . The Yankees let the Indians down as easily as possible by scoring only two runs all afternoon. Red Ruffing kept the Cleveland boys swinging futilely, not letting them convert a one of their four hits into a run. The defeat dropped the Indians into a virtual tie with Boston for first place. The Red Sox smothered Chicago 11 to 8 under a barrage of 16 base hits including a single, a double and a home run by Jimmy Foxx. Connie Mack's Athletics pushed the Browns even further into the cellar. His rookie pitcher, Harley Kelley let the Browns down with only six hits as he pitched the A's to a 4 to 2 victory. In the national, Cincinnati lost to the last place Boston Bees, 5 to 2, and the Pittsburgh Pirates succumbed to the Phils, 9 to 7. Cleveland 8 Boston Detroit .'.7 A history-making Pet. .667 .643 .636 .615 .467 .400 .333 .23 1 j New York Bid. ' Plans on rebuilding the park are progressing without a hitch and the field should be in shape before the opener. irlen of hnw unnri it is. it rnnlains I waMiinginii ,.i,, i,.V wnri,. iim Chicago event--FOR ONE WEEK ONLY right to move into the athletic rii-1 1'biliidelpliii 4 3 St. Louis rectorship at any time, and then i Bulldogs, Rooks To Play Friday CoSfE? your choice- Steele Decisions Fisher at Seattle name lus own successor as coach. The Washington G-men have one, of the best omateur baseball teams In the capital, and their opponents say the best thing they do is steal signals. . , But the G-men lost a game the other day when an opposing first baseman success 6 Smari Styles Albany high meets the Oregon State Rooks tomorrow afternoon at 3 on Central field in the first home ball game of the year that pits th?m agaiiift high-class op- 1 Seattle, April 29. Freddie Steele, Tacoma middleweight, decisioned Tony Fisher, Newark, N. fully worked the "hidden ball trick on them. .. Our guess is that 'J., in a 10-round bout here last either Mrs. Glenna Collett Vare night. . or Putty Berg will rout the Jinx. Mike Payan, 157, San Diego, that has always hovered over; cut., aocisionert Mianigm Ben, 155, Portland, (8); Jimmy Thomas, New Designs S Americans seeking the English women's golf championship, and bring it over here for the first time. The women's swimming ienm 128, Pittsburgh, outpointed Buzz Brown, 128, Portland, (8); Dick Gerard, 147, Vancouver, B. C, WRESTLING Friday, May 1 8:30 p.m. Albany Armory Main Event, Best 2 out of 3 falls 2 hour limit. Add Kahn vs. Buck Lawson Semi-final: Best 2 out of 3 falls - i A the U. S. will send to the Olympics 1 drew with Vern McGraw, 147, will average between 17 and 18 Edmonds, Wash., (4); Eddie Ryan, years of age. , . Report has it tliatj 12(1, Vancouver, B. C., drew with Max Carey, one-lime Brooklyn Carl McGraw, 126, Edmonds, (4). $1.10 PINT NO.260C m.'inaver, can have a major league hour limit. STARTS Sl'IT ON NOTE W, W. Case et al have filed suit in circuit court here asking a judgment for $300.63 alleged to be due on a note signed by A. W. Conner defendant. umpiring iob if he'll work one year i" the minors for experience. . . Why nut lot Max work the Athletics' game instead. The best fnotb'ill referee ;n Fng- SC'IO TOWNIES WIN Sclo. (Special) Seio's town baseball team defeated Shaw, 5 to 1, on the Scio diamond Sunday afternoon, in the season's opon- Bill Kenna vs. Dutch Bower GOOD CURTAIN RAISER $2.15 QUART No. 260A BOURBON M't' Softball practices are expect- land (ho worked the cup final be fore Uu.OtiO last Saturday) is a coal ed to get under way in the near Golden Wedding is three whiskies blended... not for lowet price . . . but for Better Taste! Famous' 'iiwm'irK miner who never plnved the game, i future, the soltball team will en-The press agent at Dempsey's res- ter the Albany league, according tain ant has quit announcing when, to present plans. Jack takes off on a tour since it i 1 was discovered that business fell PILOTS BEAT BADGERS off 50 per cent when the Manassal Portland, Ore., April 23. Uni-Mauler wasn't there to shake the versity of Portland Pilots won hands and sign the papers of the, their ninth straight baseball gume customers. . . Mickey Walker says I of the season yesterday by turn-his chief claim to fam is the fact 1 ing hack the Pacific Badgers. 7-4. Lifetime Quality j T i. jY"j iSTj OLfmgS " 5 Lasting Finishes Character is built bv i f w Vi--'JI - i - in in,. - - j j r "jjgj Sj liglitcst-tastini; 1 jpli3 0 ""starts"" -$K I B TONITE!o I rcnn"lvaniJnt?f l Ends Saturday! S$y fcj I? Malting Skill The ftimom OKI WorM brrwrrirs jealously guard the Mx-rtt of ihr malting method whuh give WumMrr to ilitir beers. 1he character .... tfwtf iliftimf ftutur i . of Bohemian Club likewise is obtained by Bohemian malting skill and the use of choice Moravian barley for for the uniform quality .... the rich. FULL-FLAVOR. SOtO IN IVWV CONVENIENT SJ-H UlASS CUMIAJ.NKA L c r Beer Qi EL STIFF FURNITURE CO. I K I M I III! t f O K N O I W I - Kurre Ice Co., Distributor!

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