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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 6

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Ml r PAGE t SIX r T H E A E B A" R Y D E M 0 C R A" T - H E R A C D , ' " A" C B A W Y " D R E 5 0 R ' MONDAY, MAY 4, 1936 "OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS m TERRY'S PINCH ROBERTSON SETS NEW SPEAR MARK IN VALLEY MEET SWEET HOME HOLDS TO WINNING PACE; HALSEY IN SECOND vs. church team. May 11, Truck drivers vs. Business club. May 13, Truck drivers vs. church. May 18, Business club vs. Truck drivers; May 211, Business club vs. churqh. May 25. Church vs. Truck drivers. May 27, Church vs. Business club. New Coach Named At Sweet Home Hi SEATTLE GAINS GAME ON OAKS; SEALS COME TO HIT GIVES WIN, SECOND PLACE New York, May 4. Manage:; ' : lilfllin' AY- VOU PUT 0J I'l ' ' ; ' ' Vr MUW I , WHATEVER IT 15 VOU'RE V! - i ! Il l; ! 'ill !' UAkU)SJ'S -too laty to do, amd m r I i ; I 1 1 We ,1 J: PD C take an umbrella . i fij; ;1 j 'i OUT TO TME GAPA6E TO ! , I'l. fTffTr' ' 1 "Slff i iai i i WER -1 COULD WEAR ',:,'', 1 I JLH I'll , WAW J WHAT SHE'S YELLING lt.it , 1 1 HTfT-f. I ' I. i 'M A BAWK VAULT, WITH J L 1 ' bVltf&Wit ; ' V AkJD THE WASH t W ' hnfii'OTffl'f.1'' V ma chime Am . William (Memphis Bill) Terry's! line single yesterday in the 11th Swet Home'. May 4. (Special) Gerald Cannon of LaCenter, Wash., has accepted the position as coach in the Sweet Home high school next year. with the bases full enabled his, New York Giants to down the Cincinnati Reds, 7 to 5. With the ' Paul Gregory, one of the pitchers acquired by the Seattle Indians from the old Sacramento club during its winter liquidation, mounted the Hillock in the opener of . Sunday's double-header, and milted the war-cluos of the Mission Beds for his sixth win. The tall Mississippian limited the Reds to eight well-scattered hits, struck out four batsmen, and won going away, 8 to 1. The Reds' moundsmen, Walter Beck and Galnson, allowed 12. ' ' , In the nightcap, the Indians bases fuil and two out in the 11th Terry stepped up to the plate in place of Burgess Whitehead, a .260 hitter. Memphis Bill let a VCNETIAM Sweet Home, Iiii.y :. (Special) Continuing on the path in first place, Sweet Home made an easy time of it over Brownsville here last Friday, Jl to 1. Coach Hqrry Pulmer's squad pounded out 16 bingles in grabbing the win, while Pitcher Thompson let Browns-down with four. The victory was Sweet Home's seventh consecutive win over Brownsville in the last three years. Miner and Blankcship, outfielders, led the Sweet Home attack. Miner collected four hits in five trips" to the platter, and Blankenship swatted out three in four attempts. Stubbs, Brownsville center-fielder, had a-' ha id day of it, getting hit by pitched balls three times out of four at bat. The Brownsville girls' team won over the Sweet Home girls, 9 to 7. . . ' ' R. H. E. Brownsville 1 4 0 Sweet Home 11 10 2 Batteries: Sullivan, Klswick and Babcock; Thompson and Wells, Dewey. dilSttiU: couple go by then lined a single A loim heave of the spear from the right arm of Bob Robertson , set up a new record in the Wil-1 lamette valley track and field ' meet held in Corvallis Saturday. Further honors were brought to Albany with Henderson carrying : off first place in the half-mile in the fast time of 2:04.9 minutes.! and Hutchinson tying for first in the nole vault. j Albany wound up tied for fifth i place, but made a splurge for all points were gained from first place landings. Robertson made his best heave of the year to gain first in the javelin, and set a new meet record of 157 feet 2 inches. Hutchinson tied with Capman of Salem at 10 feet 3 inches, and they split points of first and second places. In previous meets Hutchinson has bettered that mark by some distance. Outstanding in the meet were Dean Ellis of Salem, who stepped over the 220 low hurdles in :25.5 for a mark that not only broke the previous meet record, but also snapped the state mark made by Bobby Grayson, running for Jefferson high in 1932; Bill Black-ledge of Corvallis who set up two new marks in the shot-put and the discus. The shot-put was sot at 49 feet 6V4 inches, and the discus at 129 feet 14 inches. ENDS TONITE! DOUBLE BILL . "Every Saturday Night" plus ; . ; 'Bohemian Girl' ROARING ROMANCE with the NORTHWEST MOUNTED! to center. Bartcll and Mancuso scampered home with the winning runs. The victory enabled tne Giants to climb back in second place, half a game behind the cards. Frankie Frisch led the Cardinals to their sixth straight victory 6 to 2, over the Boston Bees. Chicago's Cubs dropped back into third place as the Philadelphia r-nulies administered a 12-inning 8 to 5 aeieat to the league champions. Syl Johnson, last of a trio of Phu pitchers, was the winner. Fourth place again was occupied by the Pittsburg Pirates who defeated Brooklyn 6 to 5. Wes Ferrell shut out the world champion Detroit ngers and allowed but two hits, as the Boston Red Sox hammered out a 6-0 victory'. The New York Yankees ran wild and licked the St. Louis Browns 14 to 5. The highly publicized rookie, Joe Di Maggio, came through with three K.is in his first appearance in the New lork lineup. Zeke Bonura's home run climaxed a five run rally in the ninth and enaD.ed the Chicago White Sox to defeat the Philadelphia Athletics 8 to 4. The Cleveland Indians whipped the Washington Senators 3-0 in a game called at the end of the fifth because of rain. Haltey, May 4. .(Special) Hal-sey won over Shcdd, 10 to 7, last Friday at Sliced in spite of loss of several regulars. The win enabled Hulsey to continue in the Linn B leugue holding second place. . Tonsllitis benched Junior Wade, catcher, arid Lyman Fulk filled in. Jim Smith was also out of the fray with a broken ankle. The Hulsey girls suffered a 17-to-10 defeat at the hands of their Shcdd opponents. eked out a 6 to 6 win for their double victory, carving one' game from 1he lead of the Oakland gaks. Howard Craghead, Art Mc-ougal and Ray Lucas allowed , tight hits against 1 1 gathered by the Indians off the cpmbtned efforts of Hollis Thurston -and Otho Nitcholas. ; The Indians won tile series four games to two, Saturday night's, game being postponed .due to wet grounds. ..e San Francisco Seals, after getting the worst of the bargain in the earlier games, revitalized their attack to trounce the Sacramento Senators in both ends of the Sunday bargain bill, winning the morning game 10 to 3, and taking the aiternoon affair 10 to 4. By the double win ,the Seals now are in undisputed possession of fifth position in the league standings. ' The Senators could gather but four hits off Pete Dagliu, making Ills first start for the Seals, until the- - ninth Inning, when they bunched four hits for all their markers. The Seals won the scries four gumes to three. The top-run Oaklands split with the Los Angeles Angels, winning the seven-inning twilight game, 6 to 3, after dropping their regulation opener 10 to 9. 'ine Oaks also Softball Teams at Jefferson to Start Hi 6-3. Bilyeu, OIT, beat Kramer, A, 6-2, 6-0. Nichols and Kramer, A, beat Bilyeu and Drake, OIT, 6-3, 6-1. Women's score: Luick, OIT, beat TOCUTV TUES Jeffr-rson. (Special) The Belter Business club of Jefferson has organized a Softball team, with Ivan Jones, Clifford Cole and Roy Wickersham as a committee in charge. The first game scheduled will be ployed Mondav evening, May 4. at 6' 15 on the school "rounds. The church team will play the truck drivers. The remander of the schedule is as follow: Mnv 6 Business club McKain, A, 6-2, 6-3. Blundell OIT, beat Zander, A, 7-5, 6-2. DAY ONLY as rodeo rider himself when the chips are down (remember his work at the head of the stretch in the $100,000 Santa Anita?) he knows it's every man for himself whn the reward is rich. It was strictly a two-horse race. The others didn't belong in the same league. Grand Slam"; Teufel, '1 he Fighter, Sungreal, and all the rest would have done well to have jumped the fence in the back stretch and called it a day. Buc Tennis Teams Divide With O.I. T. Rain Halts First v Practice for Oaks lly Henry MrLemore on the back of his mount. And once his mind was made up, his silks began to go to town. To me, Brevity's greatest show of courage did not come in that magnificent challenge in the stretch, but in that heart-breaking moment shortly after the start (whioh was the nearest thing to a wild west show since Buffalo Bill's circus act) when he was spun half-way around, and knocked to his knees. There are few horses, and few riders with as stout.hearts as the Widener beauty and Wayne Wright, the "Idaho hot potato," showed there. Undaunted, Wright straightened Brevity out, put him in stride, and hit the quarter mile post no worse off than ninth, a length und a half back of Bold Venture in eighth ulace. To Wright's credit, he didn't beef much about the mishap . A First practice of the Albany United Prna Hlaff Correspondent Oaks was stopped yesterday by took the series, winning four games rain after a lS-minute- workout lo me Angels three. The San Diego-Beaver double Threatening clouds kept a number of the Oaks away from the Held header was rained out at Portland. but seven or eight players turned Louisville, Ky May 4. A good horse, a good ride, und good breaks. There, in nine words and a pair of comas, is the story of the 02nd tunning of what has occasionally out until the rain forced tiienv away. Ut the five games played, the Padres had the edge, 3-2. The battle scene changes Tuesday, after the Monday "day off" with Portland Dluvlns nt Seuttln- Manager Carl Shoots then called been described as the historic the next practice for Tuesday eve Albany college spilt their tennis-matches with Oregon Institute of Technology Saturday on the campus. The Pirate men captured then-end of it, 2 to 1, but the women lost theirs, 3 to 0. Men's score: NirhoR A. beat Drake. OIT. 0-3. Kentucky Derby. On sa!k todau: a WVaV MT1IIII1IIII fill aU 't"V ' .TT San Diego meeting ,tUe Missions ning at Central field. The full lineup is 'expected for the work It was quite the proper thing in Louisville today, Just as it was on yesterday and around sundown out. ai aan hrancisco; the Seals encounter Los Angeles- in the southern city and Oakland plays Sacramento In the capital. .Saturday afternoon, to soy the best horse didn't win; that Brevity, and not Bold Venture should have come home in front to take the hatful of money, the gold cup Hi 111;! M W 3 X 1 1 1 , f'S' and the immortality. r v . . 1 Maybe so. It's entirely possible -av-;&y, u:t--..m -,m am m mat the close or the 30 racing season will find Brevity soundly firft established as the top-lhree-yeur-old. And Bold Venture tugged as strictly a one-shot horse. But right now no amount of second guess 0 y c 0$ .a.!-" ' Willamette Tennis Team Due Tuesday Willamette comes to Albany tomorrow to engage' the Pirate netmen in a court match on the Albany college 'calnpus at 2 p". m. A previous scheduled match between the Pirates and Willamette was -rained out at Salem. ' The match will be the third Intercollegiate contest- of the soo-m)n for Albany, and barring inclement weather, they swing into their schedule at a rapid puce this week. They play Pucific ut .Forest Orovc, . Thursduy, and hereafter engage in at least two matches a .week, Berry-pickers Will. Play Here Tuesday ''' Lebanon and the Bulldogs for the first time of the year Tuesday afternoon on Central field ut 3. lii league play the Bulldogs hold an edge over Lebanon. . ftrnle Underwood's right arm Is Oxpectod to furnish n further margin over the Berrypickers, although' the Albany bats will also have to be reckoned with. Should Underwood fail, Tubby Manning and Chub Diagoo will cany the rrllf load. ing can becloud the ruct the big Schwartz gamester Is the No. 1 fellow in his class. You can't ask a horse to do more than win, and that's what Bold Venture did against a fit-Id that included all the good ones, In a race where it was keeps from the starting gate right on down to the pay-off slot. And he won It the hard way. If there's any truth in the old sports belief that the pressure is roughest when you're winging out front, he didn't lay-off the pace and follow the crowd. 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