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PAGE SIX . i THE ALBANY D EMOCRAT- HERALD,. ALBANY, OREGON THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1936 n i ion v Oy WILLIAM.-! re s toward the ideal in service and wholesome 1 he tinal ballot will secret and the winner announced at the commencement exercises, .tune 2. - SOFTBALLERS NAME MAY 18 SWEET HOME FAVORITE TO j'-nr rt'n. and won 3 to 1. It was i Km-nnl's seventh win of the season against one defeat. 1 The Indian victory left "Whispering" Dutch Reulher's outfit I ii. y iwo games behind the leading iOaks. who dropped their second consec-tive game tn .Satrimvito I Seattle scored one run in the ! second, then hopped en ,cve Lnr- ( I THINK HE'P NO, SIR .'THAT'S FINAL.' W TRY TO BE I'LL HAVE NOBOPV SPARK-ViV I CAKEFULI 1 ' IN' A GIRL IN AN' AUTO- FEEL VERY SAFE MOBILE OF MINE.' NOBODY "" IWUEM UE'5 DRIVING flv CAN DRIVE WITH ONE ni n, W'V FOR US. I HANP. I KNOW, tGL A;-;' V y this spoonin' E m mm Ba character, influence, be Kepi 13 B 35 MODERN TIMES . with CHARLIE CHAPLIN yT , ,, -gy make A .xK X heartily il A. your gQRN THIRTY YEARS TOO 5QON.TM, ft , ,T, ' kin for two more in the fifth, bringing Bill Poscdel into the game to relieve Larkin after the damage was done. Bill Killifcr's youngsters went into the seventh with a three to two advantage over Oakland, and then hopped on Floyd Olds and Jimmy Tobin for nine runs in that stanza, adding two more In the eighth to make the final score 14 to 4 in their favor. The San Francisco Seals played helplessly and ineffectively throughout the entire game, los-'nc 18 to I) to the Los Angeles Angels. Hugh Casey pitched three-hit ball for the Seraphs, keeping the Seals handcuffed all afternoon. Big Wes Schulmonch. Angel fielder, had four hits in five tries, three doubles and a Singh, driving six of the Angels' runs across the plate. The San Diego Padres, after being white-washed at the hands of the Mission Reds Tuesday, turned the tables, and behind the five-hit pitching of Etl Wells, shut uut the Missions 7 to 0. Throe Nominated For Albert Prixe Three Albany college students have been selected by the college lucuity as candidates lor tlie Joseph H. Albert prize of $25, and an immediate election bv the student body will decide the winner. Candidates are Betty Richardson, senior, Portland; John Eskeklson, senior, Oregon City; and James Martin, sophomore, Rogue River. Mr. Albert of Salem awards the prize annually to a student on the following qualifications: a record of faithful study, scholarship not tolow average, who during the school year, opportunities consid-ered. has made the greatest prog- WRESTLING TONIGHT 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 CIOOD CURTAIN. jiAISHR" Albany Armory (T) 11 WY HCA StUVICC. INC. TIGERS FLOUNDER WITH GREENBERG ON INJURED LIST New York, May 7. Big Hunk Greenberi!, injured Detroit first saclcer and most valuable American League player of 1035, knew the value of his batting power to the world champion TiKt'rs last spring when as a holdout he demanded and received a salary increase. On the sidelines with a compound fractured wrist, I Link has been sorely missed by the floun dering Tigers who have dropped rive of their lust seven games. The only two they won were against Connie Mack's Athletics. Al Simmons got two of the three hits given tip yesterday by Monte Pearson as the Yankees plastered the Tigers H to 3. His two singles drove in all the Detroit runs. The Ynnks blasted Schoolboy Howe and Roxle Lawson with 14 hits. Boston's Red Sox kept a half game ahead of New York with a 7 to 4 triumph over the St. Louis Browns. Johnny Allen dealt out but seven hits in pitching the third place Cleveland Inditing to n "I to 1 win over Iho Philadelphia Athletics. The Chicago White Sox. with lea ij.vons on the mound, won - ( fif Al Modern V lw4 Times! I If m Matinee wJmI y m Saturday - -Ck Regular 3S prices. j meet, and are counted upon to do so again when they meet the cream of district 7 teams. District 7 is composed of Linn, Lincoln, Polk and Benton 'counties.-' Able support to the Bulldogs' prir.e winners of the Willamette meet will be given by a full squad. The whole team will be entered with the exception of two men, according to Tuffy Ellingsen, coach. Those two are ' Hal), a broad-jumper and sprinter, and Rex Putnam. Hall is out with a side injury, and Putnam with an injured foot. Bearcats Defeat - : i-. Buc Netmen 6-1 Willamette downed the Albany tennis team on the Pirate's cam pus yesterday, 6 to 1, in the first meeting of the year between the two suads. They clash again Friday at Salem. - ' '.-Jack Nichols, stocky number one man of the Pirates, delivered them the only win of the day wnen nc iook iiarvcy into camp in two straigni sets, scores: -Nichols, A, beat Harvev. W. 7-5, 8-2: domes, W, beat Kramer, A, 0-3, (1-2; Bcauchump, ..W, beat lloyt, A, B-2, U-2; Irmitn, W, brat Bryant, A, 6-0. M; Sherwood, W. beat Buckley, :A, (1-4, (1-0: Harvey and Clcmes. . W. hpni (i-3: beat (i-3, utaiit'iiiimp unci jiamnn, w, Nichols and Buckley, A, U-J!, Bulldogs to Ploy Lebanon Tuesday Albany's p'ostponetl baseball game with Lebanon high will-be played Tuesday, May 28, Conch lofty Ellingsen announced ' today., The change of schedule will not arfcet the remainder of the gamctf,' and Albany will travel to Lebanon next Tuesday to meet the Herrypu-kers in n slated contest from the Washington Senators 5'iJ"'' and Kiamer, A, d-4. PLAYjNG! When we first saw the new 1936 Leonard, we knew that it was exactly the kind of an exceptional value that we like to offer our customers. But come in and see it for yourself. It's low priced and so easy to buy that it really pays for itself. Think of it! It uses 40 less current than former models ! Come in today! Ice cubes dry and full-" sized right at the Leon"-ard, and not at the kitchen sink! Every tray has a rubber grid from which ice I cubes pop out instantly. Tired of groping in tbe dark? Think of this. ; ; . W hen you open Leonard's cabinet door, a light goes on. Every square inch of space clearly visible. Potatoes, turnips, carrots present no storage problem it you have a Leonard. Put diem in this big "hf" 1 mo one heart deeply OPENING DATE t Softball will slart In deluxe style i in Albany on Monday, May 10 I Eight teams will be on Central field that night for the opening I ceremonies with a drawing to de-' cide whieh squads will start the league into motion, it was decided .at a meeting of softball managers 4.. . in n,n ;i U-11 1,.,-t (1IIU CAtLUUVta Jll tllj HUM s night. f The junior" school band will also be at the opening night to play for j the ceremonies. Five teams from Albany, and one each from Lobn-non, Scio and Brownsville will be 5 on the field for the draw. '! Teams from Albany are Jenks-i White Seed, Veals, Millers, Kurrc Ice, and Mountain Slates Power. i For the first time in Albany sofl-ball history, the league will play : night games this year. As tenta- t tively set, the opening tilt will get under way at 8 o'clock. l Gone will be the delay and dragged-out affairs of previous . seasons. No practice will be nl- lowed the squads on the lighted diamond of Central field. All con- tests will have an hour-and-n- quarter limit, and once the first ; game is over, the teams will ' change the field rapidly, and the second will be under way, At the meeting last night en ! trance fees were set. A deadline for t entrance was also named, and all n squads must have a list of players, , not over 15, and their entrance fee in the hands of President Al Trim s ble on or before May 15, it was do- ii cided. . . V. Reeves enme to the rescue of the league last night when he en- tered a team from Lebanon to take . the place of an Albany college squad, which had not materialized. While teams are lining up their players. President Al Trimble will ' be conducting a ticket-selling cam-, palgn for the grand opening. x DIMAGGIO HITS .553 New York, May 7. Joe Dl Magglo, sensational Yankee rookie I hit twice in four times at bat ,' against Detroit yesterday and kept , his batting average above .500. In i the three games he has played in the majors, the former San Fran-, Cisco Seal outfielder has made eight hits in 15 trips to the plate for an average of .533. VANDALS, BEAVERS SPLIT s Corvallis, Ore., May 7. Oregon State and University of Idaho s split a doublcheadcr Wednesday. The Staters won the opener, 4-2, . and Idaho the nightcap, B-5. STRENGTHEN $ THE BLADDER MAKR THIS 26c TKBT V If bladder Irritation rmiftt't trcttlntr up . nlRhti, frequent iltnlre, Btranly flow, hitch (ache, drink loU of boikH or dislillrtl witter. Kltuh out rxcrna Mcidt and waste with burhu leavva, junliter oil, rtr., inmlo Into little trret'lt tnldeli cnltcd HnkcU. tho bladder Ins. Work on the bladder imilnr to cantor oil on the lowila. In four dnyi fit not pleiwrd nny drtiKuiMt will refuml ' yiur l!fc. Hurley I) run Store and Duwhoii Drug Co. ml v. 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FRANCES Z1EGLER (Formerly Frances Whitakor) Is now assoiuuted with this shop and welcomes all her former friends and patrons here. WALKER'S AftlER & BEAUTY SHOP US Lyon St. rhonr C79-H CAPTURE TITLE B Leatiue standings W. L. Pet. Sweet Home S 1 .8,'i.i Ifalsey 3 2 .000 Brownsville 3 2 .(ioo Hairisburg 4 3 .571 Scio 2 5 .2!!(i Shecld 1 5 .187 Sweet Home can orncticallv sew up the Linn B league title Friday if they vanquish their second-place rivals, Halscy. The two clubs meet at Halscy in the feature game of the day. Other tilts send Shedd to Harrisburg and Brownsville to Scio. As the clubs stand now. Hnrrv Palmer's aggregation leads the loop bv one-and-a-half games over the closest opponents, Halscy and Brownsville, who are tied in sec ond tilace. If Palmer's team knocks Halscy down, it will be virtually impossible to catch them, for just slightly over two week? will remain on the schedule. If Halscy should win, the race will be nip-and-tuck. for the defeat would whittle Sweet Home's lead to a half game. Brownsville ilso must bee reckoned with for they are likely to sneak in if Sweet Homo is spilled along the route. Scio, May 7. (Special) Scio sprung one of the major upsets in the Linn B league last Friday, walloping Harrisburg, 8 to 3, behind the masterful pitching of Smith. Smith whiffed 15 batters, allowing but two binglcs. Scio collected nine hits, and combined them with three Harris burg errors to chalk up their win ning margin. The game was played under protest. Summary: R. H. F.. Harrisburg ......... 3 Scio ' 8 2 3 9 4 Fry; Batteries Hardisty and Smith and Bilyeu. Scio nines will meet Browns ville on the local diamond Friday afternoon. May 8. Scio boys met defeat 3 to 4 at that place earlier n the season. Scio girls were vic tories 12 to 6. Scio girls, under Coach Frances Patterson, have won six games in the Linn county class B baseball league, and lost one, by one point, to Harrisburg. The vanquished are Brownsville, - Halscy, Sweet Home, Harrisburg once and Shedd wiee. May 15 they will play Hal scy there and May 22 Sweet Home at that place. SEATTLE GAINS ON ! . OAKS AS LEADERS j 1 LOSE TO, SOLONS W- ...... j. ..,..! I T'to 'fast-stepping Seattle In-1 dians Vhitllcd another game from ; the lend, of Oakland Wednesday, when Lou Koupal let tiie Portland Beavers down with seven hits and Here's a Iluilt-ln Tempera, tare lndicutor. No more guessing abtmt cabinet temperatures. A glance assures . you of Leonard's safe temperature. Look at this handy drop-shelf on the door. You'll use it for preparing iced drinks; serving frozen desserts and salads; rearranging things. Into this drawer you put your fresh green things like tomatoes, celery, lettuce. They stay crisp, moist and delicious. And the lid is also a serving tray! You can use both hands for holding things, because by pressing your toot on the Len-a-dor pedal, the door swings open. A DAY buys a Leonard I . As little as W i, III CLEAN GRAPpLERS SLATED TO MATCH , MEANIES' WILES Two of the best malmen Albany has soen all year- will be back in the armory for' the firemen's wrestling match tonight at 8:30 and two more, very effective but not so pleasant to water!, will be on hand as their opponents. The two clever grapplers are Ben Sherman, who appears in the main event, and Thunderbolt Pete in the semi-windup. Their unpopular opposition will be Abdul Kahn also in the final bout, and Jean La Bell, if he shows up, in the semi-final. It's a happy match, for the Albany fans for they like their bouts mixed in that formula one clean boy against one sly, perhaps dirty, fellow. Better behaved and worse behaved canvas grantors would be hard to find. Sherman, before he turned pro fessional was middleweight champ of Multnomah club In Portland. He is a great favorite throughout the Willamette Valley, and is a, howling success in .Portland! Matched ill straight, clean stuff Ml is a dangerous fellow, but he fal below par when against a sly ruf fian. What the New Mexican Indian can do against a roughneck is unknown, for he has yet the meet one in Albany. Two weeks ago, though. he put up a dandy fight against .lack Hagcn, the head-locker. That bout captured the crowd's eye with its spued, and remarkable, cleanr pess. If the crowd runs true to forti). Thunderbolt Pete will be an un" doubted favorile when he enters tlit" ring to meet La Hell. BEARCATS HEAT PILOTS ... Portjund, .Ore., May 7. After Winning nine straiglit. games, th.o Portland university baseball tpnm was defeated 6 to 1 by Willamette yesterday. It was., Willamette's llth victory in 12 starts'. FASHIONED 3 Pairs $2.8S ..v. ..,v. .... . ' .V- .'I'l.lMlMi IIV sD' FURNITURE CO. V j : The ENDEARING G I FT For " MOTHER 1 IRING C . REVFRSF .1 : . Bi If-TvEE (o Half name leadership in the Na-lional leatiiio was mainlained by the ChieiiKO Cubs who defeated the Boston Hees 8 to (I. Friinkle Kriseh and his SI. Louis Cardinals kept riht behind the Cubs with a iiinth-innini! 3-2 fluke ietory over 1he I'liiladelrihia Phillies to (jive Dizzy Dean his fourth win of the season. Two wild throws, one by Curt Davis, the other by Come., in the last frame sent in the lyinn and winning runs. A llllll limine, simile by (his Manciisti that drove in the win-nine; run accounted for the New York (.mints ti to a decision over the Pittsburgh Pirates. Oeoruc Earnshaw snapped a six Biime losing streak for llrcmklyii with n seven-liit, 5 to 2, victory over Cincinnati. Albany Aces Offer Threat on Saturday Chief amoiiK the threats Albany will send to the district 7 track meet Saturday at Corvallis will be Hobby Hobertson, Javelin tosscr. Henderson, hnlf-milcr, and Hutchinson, polt-vaulter. 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