Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on May 14, 1936 · Page 5
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May 14, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 5

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THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ERALD, ALBANY. OREGON PAGE FIVE THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1936 By WILLIAMS 'OUT OUR WAV 1 RUN MARGINS FRIDAY GAMES IN B LOOP MAY TELL STORY FOR SEASON third consecutive, championship. , Trailing Harry- Palmer's clubs is Harrisburg,' twa games aft, and Haisey,, three, games behind. It?' WERE WWACK OU, NO -YOU MIT MMVOUR-rELF-I ALBANY NOSES OUT UNIVERSITY BY 9-8 SCORE come additions, for Dave Strit-mater, sub-centerfielder for the champions last season, has d"cided to forego his baseball activities for this year. The loss of Stritmater m?ans that the Oaks will be forced "j bring in outside talent to plug the gap in the outer gardens unless some undiscovered star blossoms in Albany suddenly. CAN'T B3. BRUTAL. TO Mlfv A COUPLE OF TIME'S -I CAN'T BEAR TO WIT WM- DECIDE GAMES FOR COASTERS '-- AMYTMING. LET ALONE Standings W. L. WE'LL BE LATE? ' Z HIM NO, I'D THINK OF ! will be practically an impossi-I bility to catch up to the Sweet' Pet.1 Homo bunch now,, for they have .875 only to ploy the two tail-end. .625 teams, Shedd and' Scio. .500' Scio, since the' second half 429 started is an up-and-coming club1, .375 and would be. dangerous for the .143 Sweet Homers if they failed to' IS League Sweet Home . . Harrisburg Haisey Brownsville . . . Scio Shedd fSXAWE'RE LATE.NOW.OXlT FOR. PAVy-" iP Y' 7k V Fi "Fit I h"Vj?f i, v.--X; 7 5 3 3 3 1 : illy I'nlfril lrenn In contrast to the free-scoring tyi. v. - - it u iy i - i if SOFTBALLERS HOPE FOR EIGHTH TEAM TO ENTER LEAGUE games of Tuesday, the eight clubs of the circuit were in close decisions for the second games of the j subdue Shedd tomorrow. If Sweet Home can get over the' Both Haisey and Harrisburg last-place Shedd high school team have a tough row ahead, for they Friday at Shedd, the Linn B lea- 1 play the stronger teams. It is sural gue race will be over. They stand that one or the other will be elim-at the top now. needing but one inated for they also play each more win to bring home their other on May 22. current series Wednesday. All; games were won by one-run j margins, except the Seals-Oakland j game, which went to the Oaks by two runs. , Howard Craghead, Seattle right hander, and Walter "Lefty" Stewart, veteran Mission Red hurler, ! down from the majors, hooked up Bob Arthur's sKimming sinclc over second base in the last of the ninth inning gave Albany a close win over University high of Eugene at Central field yesterday, 9 to 8. Two were out and Homer Groening, second baseman, was dancing on the kpystone sack with the score tied. 8-8 when Arthur slammed out the blow that sent Groening scurrying home. A double-header of seven inning contests was scheduled, but intermittent rainfalls and a deadlock at the end of the seventh which sent the game into extra frames, caused a postponement of one. Arthur, center-fielder, and Relief-Pitcher Tubby Manning were the heroes of the frav for the Bulldogs. Arthur not only rapped the winning hit. but also collected three more binglcs to account for five of Albany's runs. Manninq stepped into the box in the sixth in a pitchers duel in the best played game of the day, with Stewart the victor, 3 to 2. Stewart, after pitching eight and two- R Q Vote For Ronald L. Gilson Republican Candidate for Nomination, Linn County TREASURER "Economical and Efficient Service" NATIVE SON OF LINN COUNTY (Paid adv) thirds innings, had to be relieved by Frank Lamnnske, the sensational rookie, to get the lust man Pos'Mb'lity of an eighth team in the Albany Softball league was voiced bv President Al Trimble today. If the team enters, announcement will be made by Saturday he said. The leaaue is to start next Monday night in gala stvle on Central field under lights. All clubs in th" loop will be present. Plav will commence by a drawing to fix op-oonents while the high school band blares music. Originally eight teams were entered, but one of them, Kurre Ice. dropped out, leaving an unbalanced league. League officials have been hurtling around this week attempting to scare no a squad to fill the vacant post. President Trimble turned ud a prospect, but he was asked not to reveal who it was, he said. As an added fcatire. two members of the Albany Oaks will act as umpires for the opening night. The pair is Earl Lansing and Bill Wilkinson. out. . i inning with the phases loaded to stop a Universily rally by tannine Outfielder Lewman for the third out, and then gathered two hits in the following frames to enable Albany to knot the count. It was one-sided with Albany Stewart put two runners on base with two out, then Lamanske en-! tered the game to pitch to Johnny Bassler, batting for Craghead. Bassler lined into right field. Max West, starting with the crack of the bat, caught the ball on his shoe strings, and ploughed into the turf, inflicting a shoulder injury. He will be out of the game several weeks. George Caster of Portland and Wally Herbert, San Diego Padre's ace, also dueled, with Caster getting the nod 3 to 2. Oakland, the leaders, evened the series with San Francisco's seals, trimming the O'Doulmen 5 to 3. Jack Lelivell's Los Angeles An holding a 6-2 advantage until the BORM THIRTY YEARS TOO SOOM T m. no. u. . t. nrr. S-rf J 19M V MCA ttftVKf . INC. sixth canto, when as . the rain started to pour on the field, hits commenced to rain from the University bats. Pitcher Ernie Underwood had smooth , sailing until mi Jimmy Gives Joe Birthday Greeting relief of Lanning in the fifth yes then, but he was powerless after terday after the Pittsburgh Pirates DESPISED BEES ARE SURPRISE; THREATEN TOP SPOT HOLDERS the attack was launched.- The visitors collected an error, had tied the count at 3-J. uunny not only held the Buccaneers 'corcless for the remaining five Innings, but scored the . winning two walks, and five hits before Underwood could Bet one of them out. By the time he had another gels, who shut out the Sacramento Senators on Tuesday, were nosed out by the Solnns, 5 to 4. one out, the bases were tmen ana six runs were home. Manning the club as a whole is hitting at a .270 clip for fourth place in the last compilation of averages. And in fielding, the Bees are "tops" with a mark of .971. The Bees can boast however of the leading pitcher in the National in Ray Benge who has won four and lost none. Danny MacFayden, who won only six games all last vear with the New York Yankees while losing 15, already has registered four win in six starts this season. MaoFavrien had to come to the Lakewood. N. J., May 14. When the heavyweight champion visits the training camp of his most dangerous rival and wishes him a happy birthday, all precedents have been shattered in the boxing game. But that's exactly what happened when James J. Biaddork, came in then, whiffed the batter, and ended the tragic inning wilh run in the 10th. . i The Cincinnati Reds dropped a 9-7 decision to the Philadelphia Phillies. In the American, New York's Yankees evened the series with the St. Louis Browns as Mkmte Pearson turned in his fourth win of the vear. a 4 to 1 decision. New York. May 14. Boston's much pitied Bees, ingloriously condemned to the National league cellar by the pro-season riopestei s, refuse to stay down and today headed the second division of the senior circuit nnlv three and one half games out of first place. Without an outstanding hitter, the score, 8 to 6. In Albany's half of the sixth the Bulldogs narrowed the lead by one custodian of the heavyweight counter. Homer Groening walked 1 v Manning beat out an infield tno. Third Baseman McQuary was hit by a ball, and Brother Vic Groan crown, came here yesterday to help Joe Louis celebrate his 22nd birthday, eat a piece of his birthday cake and put his arm around the brown bomber during a news-r""l sequence. ing drew a walk to force in the score. Then came the seventh with Al FREE DELIVERY PHONE 73 WE ARE ALWAYS OPEN Second and Main Streets j Features lor Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, May 15, 16, 17, 18. bany still one run shy. 8 to 7. Richmond walked, but Bradley flicd out, and a moment later two were down when Richmond was out trying to steal. The situation looked impossible. But Homer Groening singled, stole second, and raced to third on a bad throw. Manning scored him from there with a left field bingle. The count stayed knotted then until Arthur' finishing wallop in the ninth. ''. ; The CCC team from Camp Arboretum was slated to play on Central field today against the Bulldogs at 3 p. m. R. H. E. University High . . 8 8 6 rtlbnnjr. ' .ft 4 Rosson and Mann; Underwood, Manning and Robertson. East Albany's Leading Food Store We Set Our Own Price? Others Follow! mm ,oj ; A 0 rV. A; 6PW 'ggg -- : ubby's -t Oleomargarine 2 lbs 25c Cj Pineapple Juice FLOUR JfcSZL $1 .25 JkMk Siant 46-ounce O 5 C rAD kl D-wholc ' 7 gjgSj)Can ............ 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