Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on May 13, 1936 · Page 8
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Albany, Oregon
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Wednesday, May 13, 1936
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PAGE EIGHT THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, A LB A RY," GREGORY WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1935' Matching Strides in Drake High Hurdles Frosh Trim Salem High Tossers 21-1 BROWNS WIN 7-0 FROM YANKEES TO END LOSS STREAK SEALS RALLY IN NINTH AND BEAT OAKS 9-7 10-0 TRIM TO BERRYPICKERS 150 girls. Tuition charges will be $10 for two weeks, S2.50 of which i is to be deposited with the appli-1 cation and the remainder is to be paid on arrival at the camp. Lebanon scouts are accepted at a tuition rate of S8.00, the differ- ence to be made up by the committee. I Miss Clem is receiving registra-'tions and further information may ' be had from her or from Mrs. Peter Tweed. Mrs. Earl Michclson, Mrs. Elmer Whetstone or Mrs. Ar-i thiir Wilson, the camp NoMerWMk? ai thev tup tne r. ol Wisconsin, nmvpi than the Kluou 10 eiuow jre mesf llo-varo nigh nuioieis "nines Running against 2B-mile wind Kelln won me event in 15 ti a econa i f DOUBLE yt-JS .JL Jm chassis ) . Albany hiph went to Lebanon yenterdiiv and beat the Berrypick-ors behind flashy pitchins by Tubbv lWanning 10 to 0. Manning limited Lebanon to three hits for fix mnines before beniR replaced bv Chub Druttoo who e.uve up one binwle in the last three frames. The Bulldogs snared n two-run lend in the first two cantos, and with their hitting caps on udrictl from time to time. In the fifth, two errors, a fielder's choice, a walk, and ltomr Groenint!'.-threc-bnggcr chased three men ccrnss the platter. Thev added four more In the seventh when Rradley, Homer Greening and Tubby Manning rtnrted operations with Flnules. Bob Arthur drew a walk, forcing one in. McOuary was thrown out on nn infield grounder, forcing another run in, and then Vic Groening maced a double, sending two rrT home. The final run was added in the ninth. Manning was never in dancer. In the fourth, Lebanon threatened for n moment when two men hinsled after two were down, but Tubby turned on the pressure to whiff O'Brien, and quell the onlv uprising the Berrypickers at-Umpted. Vic Groening pounded out a triple and double for the Bulldogs, while Brother Homer collected his triple. A double header with University high of EuRene on Central field this afternoon nt 2 completes the week's league ploy. Summary: , . R. H. E. Albany 110 0.10 40110 10 1 Lebanon 000 000 000 0 4 4 Manning, Drogoo and Robertson, Schrock; Douglas and Brown. SPEND SUNDAY AT COAST ' Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tussing of Brownsville, Mr. and Mrs. George Canoy, Lebanon and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Backer and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kizer, Albany, spent the Weekend at the coa t. They witnessed the Alsea bay bridge dedication. The local people report that the weather at the coast was per- VENETIAN f7V, TV J! STARTS TODAY Ends Saturday Matin-0 ". Daily at 2 p.m. N-w York. May 13. The St. l.nuis Browns Just couldn't go on loim; forever and it probably gave Mtmagir Roce's Ilonuby a lot I niore : fntivfaetion to snnp the , Brownies 13-K.irne losing streak at i the evpeiiFp of the league leading i New York Yankees than any other I te.'"vi in the circuit. Also the 7-0 shutout ever the Y inks vpsterday uncovered for the j"T?ainh" n new stiiitirT pitcher VI Them's, who set Joe MeCoi- llhv's nc' "trii'Tl'M'ers' row" beck "!(h six hits. Thnm.'is was wllh the Wn-hinglm S -niitors and the I'h'i-rclelph'a Fh'llie' In-'t yror. and il vis h's first starting assignment w!,h the Browns. Victer Sorrell fnvo tin only three hits as Detroit shutout ihe eennd pkice Boston Red Sox 5 to 0. Wahim.'tnn at Chicago and Philadelphia at Cleveland were mined not. In the NnMnnul Brnoklvn climbed ever Diz?v Dean and nnupried out n 5 fn ? vicfnrv over the SI. Louis Cardinals. Ed Brandt slonned the Cards' winning streak al five straight. New York Giants went into n virtual tie with Pittsburgh for sec ond place lv scoring a 5 to 4 win over the Ch'cnro Cub. Cincinnati Beds defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 0 to 4. The game between the i;eeond place Pittsburgh Pirates and the Boston Bees ended in n (Ml tie. Darkness forced postponement at the end of the 10th. Field Lights Found OK for Sofrballers With an eighth team still un-found for the softball h-ngue, plans were progressing rapidly for the grand opening of the loop next Monday. May lfl The lights of Central field were adjusted last night, and declared ntisfnctory by President Al Trimble. The field was also measured and with the Installation of bases today, all will be In readiness for the starting games. According to President Trimble, Bill Wilkinson and Earl Ionising, members of the Albunv Oaks baseball club, will be umpires for the tllto. THEATER SHO'ES $49.50 N II 1:4 II N IJQ Eugene. Ore.. May 13. University of Oregon Fro-h hammered cut 22 hits yesterday to defeat Sa- 'lem high, 21-1, in a scvon inning I game. John Coomler allowed the visitors but three hits, and whiffed 10 of the Salem batters. Jack Gordon led the Frosh hitters with four hits out of five times at bnt. to $89.50 1 pin nit new tol li iti in rich, modem ry and silver 6cmh ornamented wuh rtird cameo edtin silhouettes. Set includei 8 pietev lo'i" cts mirror: u'V'hand mirror 9" brush; 7 cumh: nail filet ' 2 cream itrs and it powder case. With Chests r Chests as low as $19.75 B Lefty O'Dmil's weekend prophecy that his San Francisco Seals would "get going" after an extend ed slutnn, was partially substantiated Tuesday when they slimmed out a 9 to- 7 victory over the league-lending Oakland Oaks. Before the series opener. O'Doul said the Seals, winners of the 193( pennant, gradually -were working up strom. "Watch us go against OaHand." win his prediction. The Seals w'on with a four-run rnllv in the ninth inning, which cost Wee Willie Ludolph his first defeat in seven starts this season. At Sacramento, Los Ar.clci made an auspicious sterl against the I'micvornaMe Senators, beal-ine them 4 to 0. The Missions gained a peg on the second-place Seattle Indians, beating them 8 lo 1 in a slugging bee. The Willie Kamm bovs pounded BarrMt, McDougnl and Webb-r for 13 hits, while the Seattleans touched O'.hn Nitchnlas for 10. The San Pies;o Padres edeed past Portland in the ninth inintj with a two-run flurrv to net them a 6 t" 5 cdee. T'i Padres, vi'h Archie Campb-11 doine heavy duv on the mound, drove in one taMv in the second, one in the fourth, two in the fifth, and then won with their brace in the final slanza. Girl Scout Camp To Begin July 29; Lehnnon. fSnociMY Fnlrlnrs announcing the vventh ;iiuni I encampment of Girl Scouts at Firlin camp on Crabtrce creek from July 26 to August 9, inclusive, have just come off the press and will be in the hands of scouts in a few days. The ramp program is complete and is announced in the folder. For the second year in succession the director of all' activ'iv will be Mrs. Other Scott, assisted by Miss Mary Clem. Both ol inese leaders have had a wealth of experience and have had training at Camp Chapparal to specially equip them for the management of the summer camp. Camp enrollment is limited to WRESTLING FRIDAY, May 15 8:30 p. m. Albany Armory Main Event, Best 2 out of 3 falls 2 hour limit. GEOKGH WEWFTT vs. Tlll'VDER PETE Semi-final: Bet 2 out of 3 falls 1 hour limit. BEN SHKHMAN vs. KERB B"Ct"SO GOOD CURTAIN RAISER This fascinating new Lane model is superbly finished. The top is faced with 4-picce matched American alnut stump. Two-toned Tabasara veneer is used on the front. Ends are American Walnut. EASY TERMS $Q7S Including Free JUW 3 pee Toilet Set II li FURNITURE GO. ROBERTS MAY HURL I FOR ALBANY; MAKES I OFFER OF SERVICES Fred Roberts, the hustling curve bailer with Toledo and Bend last ' season, offered his services to the ' Champion Oaks yesterday in a , wire to club officials. An attempt will be made to secure him. j Roberts is the short little right- 1 hander with the hurdy-gurdy ; throwing movement that proved so effective in the State league ! Inst year. He was deadly for Tol-l edo until late in the season when he win switched to Bend. Hal Turpin was finally heard from but he is not available. Turpin has already signed with Des Moines of the Western league. The champs held another practice last night and will go through one more Thursday evening. Locey to Be Boss Of Student Affairs Curviillis, Ore., May 13. Percy I.oeey, ex-Oregon State football star and former head I'oolbuU coach at Denver university, will become director of general student activities nt Oregon State college, President George W. Peavy nnnounced today. Locey will work out of the office of the dean of men and will have charge of all student activities except athletics. Final disposition of the athletic activities was .-lill undecided with Peavy expected to make a decision later today on the report of a special commiltee. It was expected that a manager of athletics would be appointed to care for intercollegiate athletics, or that the entire athletic set-up would be put in charge of the school of physical education. Louis Starts Grind On 22nd Birthday I.akcvoml. N. J., May l.'l.- Joe I.cuis celebrated his 22nd birthday today by goinn into serious training for iiis bout with Max Schmel-ing in Yankee stadium June 18. B fore he boxed a round with a spurring partner in the late a:ter-ncoh Joe was to be presented with, a gold belt bv Nat Fleischer, editor of Ring, for having done more for the boxing game in 19.15 than anv other fighter. Louis and his retinue of man-agers, trainers, bodyguards, press agents and a cook. Carl Nelson, arrived by automobile lute yesterday from ljifayetteville, N. Y., his early training site. OUT OUR WAY" j i Beavers Win, Even Washington Series Coi vallis. Ore., May IS. Oregon Stale evened its conference series with Washington yesterday, defeating the Huskies 13-10. in a feuture by five home runs. It was the second conference win for the Beavers. Home run hitters were Moore, Rich and Loverich for the visitors, -nH C"nl:linc and Wintcrmute for O. S. C. The Staters chalked up 14 hits eff three Husky pitchers, while Cn'mer and Woci ner yielded 15. Sore: R. H. E. "r--hin.;ton .10 15 A O. S. C 13 14 3 Daly, Enquist. Budnick. and Dawes, Gasnarov'Jeh; Cramer. Woerner and Bergstrom. Houk Named Head Coach Salem High Salem. Ore., May 13 Harold Hank. Salem, was appointed coach of all sports at Salem high school to replace Hollis W. Huntington, resigned, by the school bonrd lei nii'ht. Hank, now coach at Parrisll junior high school tiere. was graduated in 1930 from Willamette university, where he won 11 letters in four sports. Tom Drynan will take over Hank's duties at Parrish. Both changes will be efefctive in the fall. j LEAGUE STANDINGS! aclfic Coast l eague W. L. Tet. .667 .568 .5 ' 2 .512 .477 .476 .429 .349 Oakland Seattle Poitlind San Francisco San Diego . . . Missions js-icramcnto . . . Los Angeles . . .30 15 19 20 21 2't . .21 . . 20 . . IR .15 28 National .earne W. I.. 8 9 10 11 13 12 Pet. 636 .571 .565 .522 .480 .455 .417 .3115 St. Louis . . Pittsburgh . . New York . . Chicago Cincinnati . . Boston . Brooklyn . . . Philadelphia ..... 14 . 12 13 12 -. . ... 12 . . . . 10 .10 14 .10 lti Anirrlean League P". .680 ,ti;i4 .522 ,25 .500 .481 .343 .167 New York , . Boston Detroit Cleveland . . Chicago Washington . Philadelphia St. Louis ... .17 . n 8 .12 II . I 5 9 .10 10 . 13 14 . 8 15 4 20 TWER AA-WAVe. UP INAEMTiCMr' a a he is to I 1 1 A. ' ' 10 be I be I umoers at the Drake Kelays in Des second man in the above picture, carnival record PETE TO WRESTLE BENNETT; SHERMAN WILL TACKLE KAHN Thunderbolt Pete returns to the wrestling fans Friday night after lay-off of three weeks. He goes against George Bennett, a newcomer in the northwest, in the main event. Ben Sherman battles H-rb Bergeson in the semi-wind-up. The popular Indian appeared in well-liked bout with Jack Hagen here three weeks ago, and although he dropped the decision, gained the crowd's plaudits. His knee was injured in the bout, and was forced to a three-week vacation. Sherman in the semi-final also a favorite, having delighted the spectators last week bv subduing Abdul Khan in the main event. Wildcat Netmcn Defeat Bucs 6-0 The Due netmen dropped every I match as they lost to Linfield for ! the second time here yesterday, 6 0. The Wildcats swept over Albany with comparative ease in the j singles and curried on to capture . both doubles. Scores: Bcall. L, beat Kramer, A. G-3: 1 fi-3. Robins L, beat Nichols, A, 0-1: 6-2. Breeding. L. beat Brvant, A. 6-1: 6-0. Pfouls, L. beat Buckley. 6-3: 6-4. Robins and Breeding. L. beat VrhnU ,ni" Kr-er. 7-r-Pfouts and Pearson. L. beat Bryant and Buckley, A. 6-1; 6-4. Halsey Graduation Program Announced Halsey. (Special). The program for the closing of the local school has been announced as follows: Achievement day. Saturday, May 23, beginning with parade at a. m. In the afternoon, the Halsey high baseball team will play a regular B league game with Sliedd here. The baccalaureate service will held at the Church of Christ with Rev. W. A. Briggs, pastor of the Methodist church delivering tiie message. Commencement will at the Methodist church with Prof. W. C. Jones of Willamette university as the speaker. Members of this year's graduating class are: Louise Starr, valedictorian: Fred McNeil, salutatorian; Phyllis Holt. Irene Davis. Iona Bulis, Elaine Straley, William Kirk. Frederick Robins. Harry Chance, Walter Pelham, LoRoy Wade and Harold Sickels. By WILLIAMS CE-TTIM' TO 5AVt n n JAR-A r i McDowell's Shoe Store The Home of Nationally Advertised Shoes VVUUT I CP - 5PENIT MV I x " Dime fer a I i. V i v ICE CRt-AS j NOeopv SET. EER TWOT OP SEG.VINV e-CTA I TO KIDS IN CROCK'S , Wi'i-Miil ITwED , ,"Y-V While Linen Y.iinp, . I I White I'litcnt Quarter" f, - White Kid with the. 111 T. new open thank. 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