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Wednesday, May 6, 1936
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PAGE SIX THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ERAL'D, A L' B A N V," OREGON WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1936 out Our way" By WILLIAMS AMERICAN, BRITISH WOMEN GOLFERS of Indiana and died when he was 64 years old. His mother, a native of Ohio, lived to be 87 years old. DIVIDE FOURSOMES he came to this section' in 1852. His parents' farm was part of the present Albany college campus. Mr. Cline has spent most of his active life as a farmer. He has been a staunch democrat all the years he has been a voter and states he if. still "voting her strong." His father was a native fCHAINGANG" SOLONS DROP i OAKLAND 5-3 GROVES HURLS FIFTH VICTORY, THIRD SHUTOUT Glcneagk's. Scotland. Mav 0.- Afe' ft-.a VE5 SIR, HERE'S MIS CARP 7L - ' A I IT'S A GOOP THIrvlG VOU VES I " MtPflW- FOUND IT, INSTIPPA SOME NOTICE.' kl 1 DISHONEST GUY--THIRTY IT'S IN TH I MfWSI POUR DOLLARS IS A LOTTA STUMMICK, MLHri'fi. V MONEY TO LOSE f HONEST AIN'T IT ? AW) I'M ? PEOPLE HAVE STRONG V Wmatt FEELINS ABOUT SUCH S United States and Great Britain were all even at the end of their three foursome matches In the third biennial international golf scries here today between their women stars. Each country won one match and they split tho other to leave New York, May 6. Lefty Grove, in chalking up his fifth victory and third shutout of the season for the Boston Red Sox, yesterday blanked the Detroit Tigers 2 to 0. Grove held Detroit to five hits. Now, LOOK what we've BONE! the team score: Great Britain 114 United States Hi. After sweeping aside the "belter" teams, the Oakland Oaks fell victims to the quixotic "chain gang" Sacramento Senators Tuesday, losing 5 to 3 and further establishing a coastwidc wholesome respect for the capital city "bush leaguers." ) Although the Acorns outhit the Solons 13 to 6, they were unable Greatest upset of the morninu olay was the feat of Mrs. Mnrjone Ross Garon, tall slim Lrighsh-wnman, and her tcammale Wanda Morgan, British women's champion last year, who held the favored WRESTLING This week changed to THURSDAY May 7, 8:30 p.m. Main Event, Best 2 out of 3 falls 2 hour limit ABDUL KAHN vs. BEN SHERMAN Semi-final: Best 2 out of 3 falls 1 hour limit THUNDER PETE vs. GENE LA BELLE GOOD CURTAIN RAISER Albany Armory American team of Mrs. Glcnna Pat Malone, making his initial start of the seai:i, struck out ninei men as the New York Yankees! sunk the St. Louis Browns 8 to 2. With two out and two men on! base Wally Moses hit a home run: in the 10th to give the Philadel-i phia Athletics an 8 to 5 win overj the Chicago White Sox. Thornton Lee allowed but six hits and Cleveland defeated Wash to tally when scores were needed, and they dropped a notch from their perch at top of the league standings, A three run rally in the Collett Vare, captain, and red haired Patty Berg of Minneapolis all even in a ding-dong 18-holc ington 6 to 4. - ! duel. Other results: Jessie Anderson. Perth, Scotland and Mrs. Helen Holm. Troon, Scotland, defeated Mrs. OphI S. Hill Kansas City and Charlotte Glut National league leadership was taken by the Cubs when they 1 whipped the Philadelphia Phillies ting, South Orange, N. J., three 5 to 4. i The Cardinals toppled into a second place tie with Pittsburgh as ninth settled the issue for the Solons. Seattle opened, its norlhwcst feud with Portland by defeating the Beavers 2 to 0 with a short (ally in the second inning. ' ' Posedel walked in both runs aN tor allowing two hits. Dick Barrett, Seattle's ace pitcher last year, won his first game of the season, holding Portland to four hits. , San Francisco Seals staged a four-run flurry In the fifth inning to capture its opener with Los Angeles. The Seals pounded out 14 nits of Salveson, Cablcr and Kimball. The Missions (decided a tight game with San Diego by pushini! sen's .runs In the seventh and eighth innings to win f. tn n I tney were shut out 1 to 0 bv the and two. Mrs. Maureen Orcutt Crews, Coral Gables. Fla.. and Mm. L. D. Cheney. Santa Moncia, Cal., defeated Mrs. J. B. Walker, Ireland, and Pam Barton, London, two and one. Boston Bees. The Pirates shut Brooklyn out 4 to 0 when Big Jim Weaver allowed DR. CHAN LAM Chines but four hits. Dan Hafey hit his fourth homer of the vear. Altnoueh Manager Kill Torrv ' McSHAIN TAKES HAGEN Salem, Ore., May 6. Danny connected for a triple, his fourth hit in six pinch hitting attempts i SOUTHERN PACIFIC now serves "Economy Meals" at 25ty 35c and 40c in the dining car of the popular West Coast between Portland and Los Angeles. . Breakfasts for25c off erachoice of fruit or cereal, buttered (nast, coffee or milk. Attractive luncheons are only- 35r. Dinners at 40c offer a choice of meat or fish, vegetables, potatoes, roll with butter, coffee or milk. "Economy Meal" menus, of course, are varied every day. Our 5c and 10c coach and tourist car Tray Service, the regular a la carte and "Meals Select" are served on all trains to California. Meals at lunch counter prices, air-conditioned comfort, rail fares at 2c a mile and less are just a few of the reason why so many thousands travel by Southern Pacific. Southern Pacific C. R. NOKES, Agent Phone 37 McShain. Hollywood, took the deciding fall to win from Jack Hagen mis year, it was not enoueh to n nct nlht wentltn" crn hnrn muni i tax -A- keep the Giants from getting beat 5 to 2 by Cincinnati. Medicine Co. N'a t u ra ! re m 1 ies fr diKorflers nf liver, stomach, iflandH, Rkin, & urinary Kystoin of men &, , women. Hemedion for pon-KtlimUftn, asthma, arthrillH, u k a r fllabt-lfH & rheu-nia'Um. y Naluronalhic: v't'JJ mo"" I'mt'wJ' meroe . are made -not borkj 5-(r J Is ? V Buck Lawson, Knoxville, Tenn unpopular boys of Herb Owen's Boys League Formed At Lebanon School and Bobbie Burns, West Palm circuit. MAT CARD PUSHED UP TO THURSDAY; T. Lain. N.I). Beacn, went to a draw. Abdul Khan, Afghanistan, took two l'liyHiciuiiH UpslalrH Room 1 BEN SHERMAN DUE SIIELER RITES HELD Funeral services for Mrs. Mil straight falls from Bill McKcnna former O. S. C. Football player. dred Munson Sheler, who died at Ben Sherman, the favorite of 20 Seek Position as aim z, enetian Theater II 1 ii r . Cor. First nml Itroailalbin tits., AMiany. Office HmirH: 2 p. in. to 5 p. m. 'I iie.sday and Saturday only. Consultation, It 1 nod Pres.sure and Ur- ino I. I NOW PLAYING! her home on Albany R. F. D. No. 1 May 2 were held from the Fort-miller funeral home at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Rev. H. H. Hubbcll conducted the services. The singers were Mrs. Erman Salem High Coach n Lebanon. (Special) An organization including all of the boys of the Lebanon high school student body, was formed on Tuesday and temporary officers were elected to serve for the remainder of the year. The newly formed club is of similar nature to the 'Girls League and has for its primary purpose service to the school and the promotion of friendly feeling among the students. Requirement for membership, as is the case in the i girls organization, is merely to be "nrolled as a student in Lebanon ' "MODERN TIMES Salem. Ore., May 6. Twenty (inldie Chan, N.IJ. charge. Johnston, Mrs. F. W. School, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Burkhart and Mrs. applications, nearly all from Oregon, have been received for the hundreds of Portland fans, makes another appearance in Albany Thursday night at tho armory, grappling the dark-visaged villain, Abdul Kahn. Tho match has been advanced from its usual Friday date in order not to conflict with a music week program. Sherman has long been recognized as one of the most formidable of middlcweights on the const, but he always experiences loads of trouble against the dirtier brothers of the game. He met Danny McShain, an Irish meanie, in Portland Mondnv with ; ' Noone Robert Burkhart. Interment was made in St. Johns cemetery. The position of coach at Salem high school, school officials said today. Mollis W, Huntington, present pall bearers were D. W. Blakely, R. L. Burkhart. Frank Plagmann, coach, resigned recently and will William Van Horn, F. I. Folsom CHARLIE CHAPLIN rave at the end of the school year. (t in the y f world high. Temporary officers who will and M. E. Walker. on A new coach will probably be selected at a school board meeting Tuesday. serve until the end of the year arc: 7 rnn Kcebler, president: Ed. Mc- ACADEMY REUNION SET The second annual meeting and program of the Santiam Academy night, and while showing plenty of class, still fell before the mean Kinney, vice president; K"n Eirh-ncr, secretdry. Ken Blatchley, treasurer; Frank Cruson. senior representative; Robert LaFond, IMEQH Cougars, Huskies Alumni association is scheduled to be held Sunday, August 23, on Split Twin Bill the historic Santiam Academy school grounds at Lebanon, now junior representative: Bill Skinner, sophomore representative: Truman Forbes, freshman representative. Regular election will be held later. Seattle, May 6. University of one. Kahn, however, is not rated as virile a villain as McShain and Sherman will have his chance to deflate the mustachioed one. The semi-final, too. holds a couple of recognized men. Thunderbolt Pete, the New Mexican Indian who showed so well here the public school campus. John Donica of Lebanon, a former HI HUM Washington and Washington State college baseball teams split a doublo-hearier yesterday, Wash- GEORGE CLINE 88 George Cline, a retired farm ngton winning the opener, 10-1, student of the school in the eighties, is president of the association and George Randall, also also of Lebanon, secretary. Announcements of the event will be sent out in due time to all former a couple of weeks ago, will pit i nd the Lougurs taking the night-1 er of Albany, is celebrating the 88th birthday anniversary today cap 2-1. I following out his usual daily ac Jnck Dnlv, left handed ace of the I HERFS WHAT Husky pitching stuff, held W. S. CM tricks with Jean Ui Bell, the Canadian middleweight champion. La Hell came to this country billed hi n clfver I'rapulcr. hut sinre his debut has taken to underhanded ways, and now is one oi vtie students and friends. Last year a large audience attended when a monument on the site was tivities. Mr. Cline was born seven miles east of Salem on Howell Prairie May 6, 1848. With his par to six hits in the opener while his' teammates were collecting 15 from. ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Chne, three Cougar pitchers. Lefty Marlowe pilched shutout' bull for Washington Stale until tho nst inning or the final eame. Washington batters began pecking MRS. GUNNARDE. NELSON OF CASSELT0N, N. DAKOTA, WRITES: "lam vory Bind to have a rhance to toll you how very much my Kprnwne Klfrtrolux ha helped me In a hundred difTerent ways. Beaidee It brEnt; a food aaver, It ha siven mc a rhanep to have fiurh a variety in meaU. A fur having company, I find it t5nt a chore any more. 1 can fix frozen salada au lotiR ahead of time there needn't be any laat minute rush to fix them ao they'll be fresh." Take a "GET ACQUAINTED" TRIP Marlowe s offerings and scored one run and put the tieing run in scoring position but Marlowe made the last two Husky batters fly out. W-gK con moke : ' IrW ,youu "pJk lou9h ' your . ; your I (' ii Jll Modern lN ' V IVY M Times! - jj 'jjf Sofurdoy zj a3 Priccs- Berth Victor Over Millsop; Bout Slow Portland. Ore., Mav 5. Carman Harth. of Cleveland, former Olvm-pic champion, riecisioned Hobby Millsap, nenro light heavyweight, in a slow 10-round bout last night. Frankie Gnllucci. 124, Portland, knocked out Tony Soii'a, -l'.!5, Alameda (3); Paul Smith. 134. Ta-enma, decisioned Hnrrv Kimsev, 130, Portland (4); Jack Curlev. 138. Portland, drew with llill'v McCann. 138, Tacoma; Ted I.avell. 144, St. Paul, decisioned Lylc Triplets 149, Portland (4). I LEAGUE STANDINGS! 1 y M iv-l Coast League Standings KEROSENE Electrolux brings to farm Plenly of ire cube trifb Kiocfrofujc Temporal tiro rngutator leeiftreeinf W. 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