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PAGE EIGHT " THE 'ALBKNV Of MOCRAT-MERAtD'i' AUBARY; GREGORY lAiUKUAr,wAr 10, ivsa t,. G.O.P. 'Platform's' Under Way Badgers Welcome New Coacl SEALS VICTORS IN 1-0 BATTLE WITH OAKLAND SWEET HOME TAKES THIRD TITLE IN ROW Russell and children of Tower Grove, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Mc-Lain and, family of Toledo, Mr. and Mi's. Arthur McLain and family of Portland, Ray Smith of North Albany. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Russell and Ruth Moore of Albany. : Mr. and Mrs. Herman Holm and family spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Am-brosek on Hungry Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Holm and son, Lloyd, went to Salem Tuesday and drove home a new-car. Edith Bowman, sophomore at O. S. C, was recently installed as corresponding secretary of Phrae-teres, a national college organization for women. Miss Bowman is Mrs. A. C. Vernon's niece and has made her home with the Vernons for several years. Mrs. Jane Giffin is visiting relatives and friends at Gates, her former home, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Holm made a business trip to Salem Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Derrell Osborn are home for the summer to assist with the farm work. ; .; Harry Gerig; pitcher, Russell Faulkner; first base, David Cope-land; second base, Huber Stautz-man; third, Kenneth Kean; others are: Amos Gerig, Jesse Strunk, Virgil Faulkner. Dick Kean and Marion McCumber. Mr. and Mrs. Manley Copeland made a business trip to Salem Thursday. The Birthday club met Thursday with Mrs. McDonald with 18 members and one guest, Mrs. Wm. Wirt, present. Mrs. Cary, a charter member, now living near Lebanon, was also present. .The next meeting Will be June 11 with Mrs. Maude Wells. Mrs. Jennie Mills of Dallas visited Mrs. Clara Cox recently. Eugene Burton, who has been visiting his mother. Mrs. Mar-tinak. left Monday for Texas. Waunila Propst and a friend from Monmouth, snent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Propst. Mrs. Carl Millard of Scotts Mills has been spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Tapper. She and her brother, Fritz, were Sundav guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tapper. Robert Burkhart is working on the paper mill in Lebanon, carpentering. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Parenns, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Warner of Albany called on Mrs. C. S. Mullen and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson Sunday. Mrs. Dora McHugh and family and Mrs. Guy Purdy, Orrin and Tommy Dickson were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith Wednesday evening, the occasion being Mrs. McHugh's and Mr. Smith's birthday. Janet Wylie, who has been ill with an attack of pleurisy, is much better. Mr. and Mrs. Carey Obrist were Sunday guests of Mrs. Obrist and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Propst. yf I'll """ 4 , , Y iff 0 lp& J ;r' '-xuk 7 -4u 111 ' Placing entirely in ms hands tlic athletic destinies ol the University of Wisconsin, ollicials and student: ol the Badgci institution accorded H.irrv Stuhldrehei. new athletic director ana tootbull coach, a grand welcome on his arrival nl Madison Here tie is. at a luncheon in ms nonor. talking ovei things with President Glenn Frank, right The tormci quarterback of Notre Uame'y r'oul Horsemen, and recent Villanuva mentor, succeeds the deposed athletic director. L)r Wallet K Mcanweli and grid conch Clarence I h at I Spears Political oratory boon will resound through Cleveland's Public Hall but just now the huge auditorium echoes, to the beat of hammers. These carpenters busily tear up planks preparatory to laying 30.000 square feet of new maple flooring for the Republican National Convention opening June 9 To complete the task swiftly, two shift! of carpenters, 50 to a shift, are employed The scene above pictures the real of the main arena of the huge hall, expected o seat 15,000 at the conclave Preparatiop of the auditorium is a WPA project. VANDALS NOSE OUT BEAVER TRACKMEN IN SOGGY WEATHER Mr, and Mrs. L. L. Shields attended a Mothers' Day dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Comstock, honoring Mrs. Com-stock's mother, Mrs. A. P. Foster, of McMinnville. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. P Foster and Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Foster of McMinnville. Miss Lou Miller and Mrs. Lydia Hoyt accompanied Mrs. Hoyt's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoyt of Silverton to (Br Undid Pma Ed Stutz on for the Seals, and Jimmy Tobin for Oakland were having a battle in a night tame when Norbert came to bat in the fourth inning, lifted the hnll ovr the left field wall for the only rcore of the game, enabling Sun, to Ret the decision over Tobin, 1 to 0. In the only day gam1?, Munnic Salvo, San Diego righthander, rcattered out over nine innings ton hits the Portland Beavers collected off him, and shut them out 7. to 0. The Podrcs made nn" run In the first inning, and added to it one in the third, gathering onlv six hits off Bill Posedel and Ad Liska. Lou Koupal, Seattle ace, had his eighth -win of the senson, trimming Willie Kamm's Missions 4 to 0. Koupul has lost one Hump. Last night's game was a pitcher's battle for five innings, with Frank Lamunskn doing duty on the mound for the Missions. In the sixth, Duth Ruether's boys pushed over three runs and added one more in the eighth. Each pitcher allowed eight hits. In another night gam", Los Angeles beat Sacramento S to 3. The Angels Jumped on Andrews and Lyons for three run In the opening Inning. - LEADERS FALTER IN FRIDAY GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES New York, May 16. Timely hitting and four New York errors enabled the White Sox to win out 9 to 7. . ' The second pluee Boston Red Sox were slapped down 7 to 9. by the third place Cleveland Indians. Averill and Hal Trosky homered for two of the Indians' 15 hits. Philadelphia's Athletics come from behind to whip the world champion Detroit Tigers 8 to 5. Four straight hits In the eventh provided three runs, the margin or victory. . Buck Newsom scattered nine hits as the Washington Senators rlubbed out a 10 to S decision over the St. Louis Browns whose three moundsmen gave up 17 safeties. The St. Louis Cardinals were stopped by the Boston Bees 7 to 5 allowing the second place New York Giants to pull within a half game of the National league leaders. . The Giants shut out the Cincinnati Reds 2-0 behind the five hit pitching of Carl Schumacher. The Chicago Cubs suffered their sixth straight defeat as the Philadelphia Phillies pounded out ! 10 hits for an 11 to C win.- ' Brooklyn's Dodgers were imbedded deeper in the collar as Ihe Pittsburgh Pirates registered a 6-2 victory. Conkling's Homer Wins for Beavers Seattle, May 10. A home run In the ninth inning yesterduy by big Earl Conkling with the score tied gave Oregon State college a one-game lead over the University of Washington baseball team today as they prepared to play a second ' game on rain-souked Graves' field. Conkling's homer won the game for .Oregon State, 7-6. It crippled Washington's chances of catching the league-leading Washington State Cougars. The Huskies made a futile rally In the ninth, placing men on second and third only to have tile next three men fail to hit. Score: R. II. v.. Oregon Stale 7 12 5 Washington 0 12 2 Johnson and Uergstrom; Daly, Kohls and Dawes. .. I BEARCATS SWAMPED ; Walla Walla, Wash.. May 18. Taking 13 of 15 firsts, Whitman College .- trampled Willamette, 613-5 to 30 2-5 Friday afternoon in a Northwest conference dual track meet, Hank Smith, Whit- "OUT OUR WAY" man, took the high and low hurdles and high jump for 15 I points ana nign scoring nonors. s heaevy wind made for poor time and distances. Willamette's only wins were in the 100-yard dash, won bv Russell in 10.1 and the 220 won by Clak in 22.8. Webfeer Move Into Second; Beat Idaho Moscow, Idaho, May 10. University of Oregon stepped into second place in the northern divi sion baseball ladder by trimming University of Idaho 10-4 Friday ; while Washington wus losing to I Oregon State in Seattle. Oregon : is one full game behind Washington State. Kutsilometes, Idaho, hit a homier in the second. Andy llurney, Oregon, tied the game with a homer in the fourth, then Wally Gcraghty drove in three mure Idaho runs in the last or the fourth with another one over the fence. Oregon sparked in the sixth, seventh and eighth, getting three runs in each, llurney had a perfect record lor the ady five hits in five times at bat, including his homer. A brisk wind caused numerous errors. Score: R. 11. E. Oregon 10 10 H Idaho , . . 4 0 Ininan and McLean; Ncwloln, Hallberg and Baldwin. LEAGUE STANDINGS : ( oust League Standings Roosevelt Signs Record Army Bill Washington. May 10. President Roosevelt today signed the peace-time record S572.500.000 army appropriation bill providing funds for military and non-military activities of the war department for the fiscal year ending June 3(1. 1937. Mr. Roosevelt at the same time gave final approval to the so-called four department bill, making appropriations for the slate, justice, commerce and labor departments. He also signed a joint congressional resolution authorizing the United States to participate in the forthcoming Pun-American conference to be held at Buenos Aires, Argentina,1 or at, the capital of some other American republic during 1930. CAMP FIRE GIRLS MEET Brownsville. (Special) The two groups, Wetomachick and Klos Tillicum Calapooia Camp Fire Girls, held a Council Fire at the C. V. Averill home on the south side Wednesday evening. The mothers of the girls were invited. Nellie Manuald was taken into the Klos Tillicum group and Mary Elles Averill received the rank of firemaker in that group. Honors were awarded to the. girls' by the guardians, Mrs. VV. S. Chambers and Mrs. Wayne Wright. Marjorie DeFore, Blanche Garrett, Agnes DeFore, Rosemary Coshow and Lois Petcrmcn received local honors. Now Playing! Coming Sunday Double Bill PLUS The Following "PIPPIN" Saturday feWV?X It iv- , ir.t '..an ti f Drimi nd V romncV f en tiit brink of mifhty 1 1 A Winter Fun Nittoml Picture witk J ROSS ALEXANDER f I fL ANN DVORAK A For the third consecutive year. Sweet Home high school captured the Ray Bubo trophy, symbolical of the championship of the Linn B league, by virture of their 14 to 5 victory over Shedd yesterday at Shedd. Sweet Home breezed through yesterday's tilt, using a reserve battery throughout the game, while pounding out 18 hits to squelch Shedd. The win was the eighth of the season for Coach Harry Palmer s lads against one defeat, and admitted them to the championship They stand three games above Halsey, second place holder, and also three above Harrisburg. With only one round of play left, it is impossible to catch Sweet Home. In winning the Babb trophy. Palmer's squad put on a tremendous exhibition of all-around strength. Their second-string battery held Shedd to nine blows, and five runs. And the hitting power of Sweet Home was terrific. McLean and Horner botli pounded out four hits in six attempts, and Minor collected three out of four. Summary: R. H. Sweet Home ............ 14 18 Shedd .1. . . 5 9 THUNDERBOLT PETE DEFEATS BENNETT IN POPULAR BOUT The main event of last night's wrestling show at the armory won by Thunderbolt Pete, was as popular as the semi-fipal, won by Herb Bergeson, was' unpopular. Thunderbolt Pete, the New Mexican Indian, tangled in a bout with George Bennett, new-comer from Oklahoma, and met the whole-hearted approval of the spectators. They botli went at full tilt, wasting no time for anything but wrestling. ' Uennett captured the first fall after a long struggle of wearing Pete down with a hammcrlock. Afler rendering Pete's, arm almost useless, he Hook the edge. Pete came back quick, though, after the resting spell, and in jig time had evened the bout with a head scissors. I Pete then look the third and I deciding fall with a standing body press. Bergeson opened the semi-final by taking the first fall from Sherman, principally by eye-gouging. Sherman jumped all over Hej-.b in the second fall, and in no time at all put Herb out to even 'the match. The third went to Bergeson who had had the foresight to jump on Sherman's stomach, before attempting to press the shoulders. Portland Athletes Lead in Qualifying Corvallis. Ore., Mav 10 Two Portland hiyh schools. Franklin and Benson, showed the greatest qualifying strenKlh Fridav a th" tenth annual Oregon high school track and field meet opened at Oregon State college. Franklin qualified eight men for Saturday's finals and lienson six. Uoosovell of Portland, defending champion, qualified three, as did i Jefferson and Hill Military academy, both of Portland, McLaughlin of Klilton-Fieewaler, Salem, Gres-ham and Cottage Grove. Thirty-three schools placed men in the finals, in addition to those which will be entered in the mile, half-mile and relays for which no preliminaries are scheduled. A cold ram and a soggy track prevented any assault on records. Patty Berg Second In British Tourney Southport, Eng., May lfi. Wanda Morgan of Whitesltible. Kent, the defending champion, displaced Patty Berg of Minneapolis as early leader In today's final qualifying play in the British Women's golf championship. The 22-year-old English girl shot a 76 today, tine over pit r. for a 30-hole aggregate of 154. Patty temporarily occupied second place Willi 150. Patty toured the wind-swept Southport and Ainsdale course -.in 77, two over par, to turn in an aggregate of 150 for the quali-lying rounds. The mid-western redhead, defying chillv weather and a heavv wind, played steady golf to cover each of today s nine holes one stroke over pur. She went out in 30 the same as she did yesterday. But coming home. Pattv bettered yesterday's score of 41 by two strokes. Portland-Albany Group Will Meet Members of the Portland- Al-1 nnny society will meet at the home or Mr. and Mrs. W. Sherman Thompson. 7014 S. E. Nineteenth avenue, Portland, for a politick Hipper and social meeting at 8 p. m., Friday. May 22. it was announced by Mrs. Thompson es-terday. She said anyone wishing to attend from Albany will be welcomed. Mrs. Thompson was here as a delegate to the Oregon Baptist convention. She revealed that she and her husband will observe their golden woddjjig anniversary at their home AugTfst 20. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson came to Albany as a bride and groom. They left here 20 yuan ago. LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Jefferson Jefferson. Mrs. C. J. Thurston entertained Tuesday for the mothers of the younger children of Ihe Methodist Sunday school. Mrs. Thurston, president of the group presided over the brief business meeting at which time Mrs. J. A. Harris was elected treasurer. Following the business meeling a program was presented with Mrs. E. Clark leading the discussion. Several mothers spoke briefly. Those taking part were Mrs. Fred Bar- na, Mrs. E. B. Redmond, Mrs. C. J. Thurston and Mrs. Harry McKee. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. E. B. Redmond. A birthday cuke for the four babies whose birthdays occurred on May 9 arid 10 was a feature of the tea hour. The babies honored were Robert Harris, Jane Smith, Ira Koker and Jerry Redmond. Those present were Mrs. D. II. Looney, Mrs. Milo Rice and Buddy; Mrs. Milchel, Mrs. E. J. Clark, Mrs. Fred Burnt), Mrs. Frank Chrisniau and Marjorie, Mrs. Sherman Koker. Ira and Ciolda; Mrs. J. A. Harris. Mrs. E. B. Kcdmnod, Jerry and Ucne Mary; Mrs. Dallis Harris and Robert, Mrs. George Carroll. Mrs. Harry McKee and Pally. Mrs. J. O. Van Winkle and Mrs. Thurston. Miss Shirley Reeves assisted with the children. Guests at the home of Mrs. Emma Whedbee over Mothers' day week ond were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pratt and son Lclund. and Mrs. Laura Roth of Portland, and Louis Ashliman of Salem. Additional guests Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Lclund Allen and Donna Lou Allen, and H. J. Guither of Albany. Siren HORIZONTAL 1, 5. 7 Who hail the face which launched 1000 ships? 10 Nominal value. 11 Showier. 13 Honey gatherer. 15 To decorate. 17 Oionc. IS Leaves out. 20 Brought legal proceedings. 5! Velvet black. 23 Exists. 25 Fence Tall. 26 Preposition. 27 Father. 28 pruMkurd. 30'fo accomplish. 31 Wages. 32 Period. 34 Blemish. 35 Mother. 37 Hereditary class. 39 Slides. 41 Entrance rooms. Answer to LILII lAlMlle. TiblBiAR,RiY SSUA'R'EKA EiNiTiEiRiSnPnRj or1" I'FlFllfflliM! UlTlTlEIR mm Vplfe M'i's I 11 1 4.1 Northeast. 45 Cuckoo. 47 Pussy. You nntl 1. t! To minor. 51 Wished. 54 Sailor. 55 Consumes. , 57 Stone roller (fish) 5S To daiisle. 59 She w as the wife of . R0 She wits W. L. Pet. Oakland 31 17 .040 Seattle 27 21 .5(1.1 Portland ?3 ?1 .r.:1 San Francisco 23 22 .522 Missions 22 24 .4iH San Diego 22 25 .4158 Sacramento 19 2(1 .422 Los Angeles 17 29 .370 , Corvallis. Ore., May 10. University nf Idaho nosed out Oregon State college, BO'i to 64 'j, Friday In a dual track and field meet run off In soggy weather. The final event, the brord Jump, was needed In determine the winner. Afler Idaho hud taken first place in the juvelin, Oregon State needed a clean sweep of the broad jump to tie the score. Peacock of Idaho came through with third nlnee rnd the single point needed for a Vandal victory. Idaho led through most of Ihe meet, taking nine first places and vettine a tie for first in another. Ihe high jump. The Slaters kept on Ihe visitors' heels with five firsts and a good share of seconds and thirds. Wilbur Kidder. Oregon State's northwest high hurdle champion, was high point man with 15. winning the high and low hurdles and taking second In the broad jump. Juhr'-Ton of -Idaho won the discus and javelin for to points. Probst of Idaho, ufler trailing Shcpard of O. S. C. most of way was In a spectacular two mile race, matched Shopnrd's sprint for the last quarter-mile and passed him w'thln n!ne vards of .the tape. Hay Woodman of the Heavers wen the - 440-vurd dash, barely nosing out Millet of Idaho. ' Oregon Slate's relay lenm of Samuel, Ciuggisberg. Woodman and Lewis won bv about 3D yards. Softball Season Will Open Monday Nieht ball will be instituted for the first lime in Albany history Monday when the Softball league swings into its grand opening. At 7:45 p. m. the huge lights above Central Held will blaze out over 100 players, assembled for the drawing that will set the league in motion. Eight squads will draw to see which will compete in the two contests of opening night. The learns are: Veal's, last year's winners: Scio. Lebanon, Brownsville, Knights of Pythias, Jenk's. Mill-el's and Mountain Slate Power. NAMED Ol'KKN CANDIDATE Brownsville. (Special) At a special meeling of the Brownsville high school student body held Thursday afternoon Adeline Kul-eese was elected candidate for queen of the Calapuoia Roundup to be held in July at Cruwfords-ville. The students were urged to boost her and their candidate lor queen of the Strawberry fair, Phyllis Morse. By WILLIAMS Ml") v-TUAT'CT-l uced no cunt?. ATTENPA.NJGE , AN' CUT COW'M ON PALL C-AME ATTENDANCE - EVEN TM' BULL O TM' VVOOPS COULDN'T ENJOV A PALL GAME, IF HS KNEW TH' OFFICE rOV WAfc. rvWXINo GOOD ON HIS JOP m - I 'Wuldport Sunday for the new bridge dedication. Others atlend-i nig irom Jelierson included Mr. , and Mrs. K. S. Thurston and her : houseguest. Miss Margaret Bieder of Salem, Mildred and Burton Thuston, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Thurston. While Were, the Thur-stons visited at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rhoudes. Mrs. .Rhoades is a sister ol the Thur-,ston brothers. ! J. R. McK.ee and daughter, Mrs. Veinu Carroll, loll cany Wednesday morning on a lishing trip to Clear Luke. 1 Misses Laura and Flora Thomas, Mrs. Ida Hartley and Mrs. R. W. . Curl, members of the fust wobie I Grand club of Mt. Jelierson Re-bekah lodge, motored to Portland Tuesday morning to visit a mem-, ber, Mrs. Dora Humphrey wno 1 has been bedlust for over a year. Mrs. Lollie Fruit ol Holly, and a lurmer Jeflcrson resilient and member of the club, wus also u guest of Mrs. Humphrey thai day. N. C. White, laimer living three miles northwest ol JcileVhon has just purchased a new seed and grain cleaner, the size and type used in the larger warehouses. e pluns to mount it on a trucK and go to the farmers' homes lo clean Ihe grain. Knox Butte Knox Butte. The Lakeview soltbull learn are champions of i lie it league in Lum county. Members are: Captain and catcher, of Old 10 She was curried on by 12 The kou I. 14 Theme. Hi To chafe. 19 Encountered. 21 To let fall. 24 Soda water. 27 Portion. !9 Children. Ill Passageway 33 Tissue. 34 Steeped barley. .15 Vermilion. .16 Peel. 37 Pressed. 35 Pep. 40 Mournluf Virgin. 42 Sour. 4 4 Gaelic. 46 Convulsions. 4S Requirement. 50 Insight. 62 French coin. 53 Musical note. 64 dreek letter. 56 Southeast. 5S Laughter sound. BORAH aisTe jA EIS'EJNTrl ruinous tor her VKUTICAL .; 1 Possessed. 2 (Joil of love." 3 (.roup ot nine. 4 Nay. Sash. G Pine tree. 7 The War was fought because of her. 5 Death notice. 9 Still. I Mr. and Mrs. Stambaugh and Lloyd were Mothers' day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Flickinger of i Suver. I Mrs. Jerome Williams attended 1 the funeral of her old friend, Mrs. Baker, in Albany Tuesday. I The 4-H Corn club met with ' David and Joe Copeland Wednesday evening. Their leader, Harold Mullen, and eight members were present. The next meeting is to be June 10 at the Arch Miller home in Crabtree. ' Mr. Davis is working at a logging cump near Devils Lake. I Dick Hampton is helping out at the Cottonwood filling station. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Apple, who have been living in Roseburg have returned to the Charles Apple home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Plagman, Mrs. Grace Holcomb and Mrs. Clara Cox attended the Alsca bridge dedication Sunday. BrownuviJle Brownsville. Mrs. Carl Warren and mother, Mrs. Albei t Overton were visitors in Eugene Tues-d;rv. Mrs. Harold Stanfield, Mrs. George H. Coshow and daughter, Rosemary, were shoppers in Albany Monday. Mrs. W. H. Dedman, accompanied by her son, Bill; Wallace Wright, Richard Sullivan and George McFee were shoppers in Eugene Wednesday. Dean Morse, superintendent of the city water system, went to Aberdeen. Wash., Wednesday to attend a three days' convention of the Northwest Waterworks association. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blakely and daughter arrived from their home in Seattle Monday to be at the bedside of Henry Blukely, pioneer resident of Brownsville, who suffered a stroke last week. Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Wright and daughter, June, returned Wednesday from a few days spent at Molalla with Mrs. Wright's mother, Mrs. Shaver. Shelburn Shelburn. Munkers school closed Friday. Mrs. Studnicko has been hired for another year. I Webie Kuiken purchased a fine team of marcs recently. Jess Nichols is assisting Clinton Trexler with a new hog house. Henry Wyman is mixing the cement for the foundation. Oral Bates intends to build a hog house this year. He had the gravel hauled last Monday. , Alvin Holm is assisting Mr. Runshen with the mail route this week. f Mothers' day guests of Mr. and Mrs.- W. H. McLain were: M. E. Gragg of Crabtree. Mrs. T. M. f ISST THEN PICK THE CAR ! LOOK! kALSTON MOTOR CO. NVITES YOU TO HIS CARNIVAL OF USEP CAR VALUES I TO PICK UP A TOOAY SPECIAL 1933 PLYMOUTH COUPE j Dark blue finish with cream wheels 90'. rubber all around side wings low mileage. Onlv $497 Ralston Motor Co. 7th and Lyon Sts. 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