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PAGE EIGHT 1 THE KUBA'RY DEM 0 C R AT-H E R A L D, ACBXRY, 'OREGON TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1936 GROVE CHALKS Shedd Seniors to Give Annual Play New Design For Indianapolis Race JENKS WHITE, VEAL'S TAKE ' Shedd. (Special) The Shedd truck, through cooperation with , Cliff Knodcll, Texas company I manager, announced the games. Scores: It. II. E. Veal's H 8 3 I Brownsville 0 U 5 ' White and Hassler: Pane, Uns- 'sal, O.slon and Cochcll. I n. H. E. Jenks .11 15 2 .Scio 0 0 3 UP 4 SHUTOUTS IN SEVEN WINS claiming to be the worid's best exhibitors in pitching horse shoes, are to appear in Bryant park Friday evening, May 29. at 0 o'clock to give a demonstration. Mr. Jark-son is a son of the former world champion, Frank E. Jackson. He has a record as champion of the state of Iowa for two years, Illinois state champion for two years and Mississippi valley champion three years with 95 ringers out of 100 shops pitched, also 39 ringers out of 40 pitched. Mrs, Jackson won the fourth place in the world's tournament held in Chicago during the Century of Progress exposition and also third championship for women at Long Beach. Cal.. in 1933, over-aging 65 ringers, also pitching 93 ringers out of a 100 shoes. Numerous pitching stunts are to be staged. The public is invited to attend. Bills announcing the event have been sent to S. S. Gilbert who has long been interested in this tvnr nf cnort. PATTY BERG LOSES OUT IN SECOND GO OF WOMEN'S OPEN Last Night's Results Veal's, 14; Brownsville 0. Jenks, 11; Scio, 0. . '-' Thursday's Games Miller's vs. M. S. P. K. P. vs. Lebanon. high school senior play is scheduled for Friday evening. May 22. j "The Henpecked Hero," coached by Miss Helen Busenbark, has I for its leads Hazel Plagmann as Iantha Smith, and Millard Lind jas Professor William Brown, j The rest of the cast is as follows: Ida Marie Adams as Mrs. Mrs. Holden: Raymond St. John, Botskey; John Geisjbeck. Ted ;Sloeum; Floyd Simons, Barker, i the detective: Doreen Githens, j Helen Hallmark: Elsa Graf, Doris Bartlet; Barbara Gardner, the . countess: Ross McNeil, Lily Bot-iskev; John McNeil, Bud Cedmcn. j Tickets are now on sale. The play : is to be given in the school New York, May 19. Detroit's world champion Tigers, plagued by injuries and ineffective pitching, took new heart today from the return to cqndition of General Alvin Crowder, veteran 35- Southport, Eng.. May 1!), American hones of smashing Eng 'Veal's, defending champions, got off to a nice start' In the opening game of the Softball season last night at Central field, walloping Brownsville, 14 to 6. while year-old hurler. Crowder's pitching arm went lame in spring training and it was not until yesterday that he felt equal to a starting role. He pitched a five-hitter against the Washington Senators and the Tigers land's strunle-hold on its own' women's golf championship rested on the shoulders of pretty, dark-haired Marion Miley of Lexington, I Jenks-White Seed dropped Scio, ! Ky., after a smashing series of 11- to 0. upsets today in which four of her teammates were eliminated. Miss Miley was the only one of - A crowd estimated at 250 brnv-a "chilly weather to see the league start under lights for the first time. They saw plenty of action ail the winners did some heavy slugging, and Ed Dooley, Jenks' pitcher, turned in a masterful, 1. BURNING, GNAWING PAINS IN STOMACH RELIEVED XVulrnllzc Irritating nriils with Dr. Kinil's .Vila Tablets. I'rt'vent a eoro. Inflamed Htomnrli, ypt eat what you want. Artla kIvch relief or ynnr money baek. Koshay & Mason, Druff-KiHts. adv. five Americans able to withstand the blistering pace set by the British defenders in the second and third rounds played over the tricky Southport and Ainsdale course. Two Americans were eliminated won, 7 to 1. The New York Yankees, leaders of the American league, were rained out of their scheduled contest with Cleveland. Second-place Boston Red Sox picked up a half game by defeating the Chicago White Sox 2-0 to climb within a game of first place Lefty Grove gave only four hits in pitching his fourth shutout and seventh victory of the season. PhiladelDhia at St. Louis was PA R K THE CORRECT MODEL FOR GRADUATION I this the d?sign that will be utilized by cart of the future which win the famous Indianapolis 500 mils race? Wilbur Shaw, veteran race driver thinks so. He built this ultra-stream lined car in his own shop during the last year and is going to entrr it in the gruelling race May 30th. Shaw, who is pictured at tne wheel of the modern "Gilmore Special' is one of the most consistent "in the money" drivers in the country. He finished second at Indianapolis lust year anJ also in 1933 His car has a 225 cubia inch Offanhausar motor, which will be powered by Gilmare gasoline in the speed classic. . this morning while the others passed from the tournament in the Polo Grounds better than Ross postponed because of wet grounds. Young ever did Knox col- In the National, the leading St. lege is the punching bag of the Louis Cardinals slugged out 14 no-run game over Scio. To Dick Barnes, second baseman of 'Veal's, went the first home-run. of the season. He walloped his circuit blow in the first half of the first inning, to put his team Into a three-run lead. All told, five homers were blasted out In the evening. McCrary of Veal's got one, Oren of Browns-yUJe collected one, Scott of Jenks another, arid Pitcher Dooley a fifth. . :BarnW wallop gave Veal's a TODAY MISSIONS TO TRY TAKE SERIES FROM OAKLAND AT HOME third round this afternoon. Miss Miley, who was left off America's Curtis cup squad which played a tie with Britain two weeks ago, defeated Elsie Coilett of England, one up, on the 19th hole. Mrs. Maureen Orcutt Crews of Coral Gables, and Charlotte Glutting of Soutli Orange, N. J., were eliminated in the afternoon round. nation on the gridiron but how hits to defeat the Philadelphia inose uaiesuurg, in., Doys piay Phillies, 11 to 6. ping-pong! The New York Gia.its kept TONITE ONLY! within a half game of the Cards by winning their eighth straight, A ti O miar Ka Pittcrtxrar, Piraloc Cougars Win in II I itlli-il I'rraa) After Die usual Monday idleness, the eight clubs in the Pacific Coast league switched to new battle-fronts today, with the top-series at Ky Henry McLemore Unltvd !'rai SUff Correapendrnt Soulhnort, Eng.. May ID. Little Home Run Bottle to give Carl Hubbell his fifth win! three-run lead, but Brownsville tied it up in their half of the Oakland. Pullman, Wash., May 19, Chicago, May 19. Putting the sports shot here and there Harry Washington State jumped out a full gume ahead of the northern first. Four more runs in the second sent 'Veal's ahead again. Brownsville could get but one thfn, and were held out until the Seventh when they pushed across their final two tallies, btuhldreher went to the Wiseon. The Chicago Cubs pulled up into a third place tie with the Pirates by taking a 7 to 2 decison over the Boston Bees. Fifth place in the league was taken over by the Cincinnati Reds who walloped the Brooklyn Dodgers 9 to 6. sin football job believing that ; division pack Monday by outslug- , Veal's added two runs in the vniu.iKu was me uduscis s'c"-ging Oregon State, 17-7. est rival, and the one school he , Three consecutive Cougar bats-had to beat...... Ice water was men rode the ball out of the lot required to revive him when he in the first lrmmg to start a totai leuioeu tutu IVIIIIIIL'SUIU, UUU Albany and Scio To Open Tourney Chicago, was Wisconsin's "glory of six home runs for the game. Byram got two and Goddard and Nethereutt one each for W. S. C, and Dockery and Bergstrom homered for the Beavers. Lebanon. (Special) Drawings for the first dav's aamps of the Kalibak relieved Johnston in game and the one that had to be won to make the season a success Harry doesn't believe he'll win it this year, but he does believe his fullback, Janowski, will make everybody's All-America ...... Johnny Revolta, the greatest chip shot player in golf, played the stroke even better when he was a kid of ten, and r-utty iierg oi Minneapolis was eliminated in the second round of the British women's golf championship today by Else Coilett of England who Scored a one-up victory over the mid-western redhead. f Meanwhile, Charlotte1 Glutting of South Orange, N. J., moved into the third round with a dramatic comeback. Trailing bv four holes going to the 15th tee, Miss Glutting evened up the score on the lBth and licked Dorothy Pearson ol England on the 21st hole. Two other Americans moved into the third round. They were Mi s. Maureen Orcutt Crews of Coral Gables, Flo., and Marion Miley of Lexington. Ky. Mrs. Crews defeated Nell Forrest. I'.n"limd, three nnd two wh'le Miss Miley halted Marie Franklin, England, seven and five. Out of the tournament along with Miss Berg went one of her countrywomen Mrs. L"ona 1). Chenev of Santa Monica, Cal., who was whlnned one up by Jean Hamilton of England. Patty cried nfler her defeat but congratulated her opponent. The little red-head had li'uihb with her caddy on the inward nine, frequently m-i.w with him over the !,!,. nf dubs. The Mission Reds, after a successful week against the second-place Seattle Indians, In which Willie Kamm's outfit won five of ievri ermes. move into Oakland's ballyard to mix It with the Oaks, in an effort to accomplish something no other club has been able to do do this season win a series from the Oaks. Last week the Oaks closed fast to eke out the series win over Lefty O'lloul's San Friiiviseo Seals, coming from behind in both Mi met of Sunday's doubleheader, to win the ser'et four games to three. The Missions outlasted Dutch Reuther's Indians five games to two. The Seiils, playing husl, open ill a nicht game with tin Portland Beii"ers. wim were drubbed in last week's nlav bv "in Diego's Padres, four games to three. At Los Angeles, the, crippled Scuttle Indians tangle 'with the Angels., who pl;ord let werk nt Sernmeiito, winning four games whil- losing two, with one postponed. Snn Dieo moves in on the So-lons In the cnnitnl cilv in the fourth series of the week. me oox ior uregon state in tne sixth annual Linn County High fourth, but four errors in the School Baseball Tournament were sixth and seventh let in nine more made at the Queen's Ball on Fri-Cougar runs. day evening by .the ten queen Score R. II. E. candidates. n,-i.f,n tto 7 10 7 1 A- 1 AM L third and five more in the fifth. Dooley gave a brilliant performance In setting Scio down. Not only did he hurl no-hit, no-run ball,' but also he Issued but one walk. Only three men reached first, two of them on errors. Scott's four-ply swat in the first inning, scored Jimmy Jenks ahead of him and put the White Seeders in front, 2 to 0. In the third, an error, two hits, and Dooley's four-bagger scored four more. They acquired three more In the fourth and two in the fifth to end the scoring. All eight teams Were on hand for1 the ceremonies, and to participate in the drawing to decide the playing squads. Next Thursday night's games will feature Miller's Butcher Boys against Mountain States Power, and the Knights of Pythias against Lebanon. vThe high school band played several numbers, and the sound caJdyingon the municipal course w. s7c.7.. . . V. . 17 19 2 number Twill meet Scio number Johnston, Kalibak, Wintermute 2. in the tournament ooener at ana uergsirom; tvinnunian ana Fields. at Oskosh He used to spend his spare time betting players a nickel to a quarter that he coud chip the ball in from off the green His average was three out of five Arthur (Whattaman) Shires is performing semi-pro baseball chores in these parts. .... .He's still hitting .2B0 and still talking a .470 aver 9 o'clock Saturday, May 30. Shedd and Brownsville, drawing 3 and 4, respectively, will meet at 11:30 and Hnlsey, number 5, will meet Harrisburg, number 6, at 2 o'clock. Closing the first day's play will be a game between Sweet Home, number 7, and Lebanon. All first round eames will be I LEAGUE STANDINGS : - American League W. L. Pet. An : la fabrics Is styling in tailoring age. .... .Max. Schmehng will re- Mow York . vivo his old weaving crouch style Boston .... of fighting for Joe Louis. ..... I Cleveland '. When u St. Louis Cardinal fails ' Detroit to score a man from third with Chicago ... one down it costs him $5, and' it 1 Washington costs him $10 to hit into a double j Philadelphia RKO Radio : Picture- .700 seven innings. The semi-finals will .650 oe played the first afternoon of .607 tne Strawberry Fair. Friday. June 5, while the championship and .480 consolation will be on Saturday, 469 June 6, both to be, nine innings. .370: All names will lie nlaved on Tuesday ONLY . .21 . .21 . . 17 ..15 ..12 ..15 ..10 ., 5 1 0 Colleges Sign Up For Big Track Meet .173 piny, ine money goes into a Kiitygt, Liouis .. STARTS TOMORROW I . - MEN'S . SUITS Newport Field on the Lebanon high school campus. Handled by Manager frnnKici Frisco, and to be divided among Pacific Coast League the men who lead the team 111 W. L. .75 Webfeet Handed 15-1 Wallopping Pet. .669 .659 .529 .510 .490 .480 .417 .388 . .34 . .27 . .24 . .25 . .24 ..24 . .20 . . 19 hitting, base-running, etc., ut the 1 Oakland ... end of the season The Cards : Seattle ..... also have a standing rule that on i Portland ... all singles except line drives to Mission .... left field, the runner on first San Francisco must make third base If he's j San Diego . thrown out there's a five-buck Sacramento . fine Branch Rickey, general j Los Angeles 17 24 23 24 25 26 28 30 The right suit ... at the right time ... at the right price I Fabric that stands out for its beauty and durability . . . styling distinctive ior iti favored features and smartness I National Lea cue manager 01 tne cardinals, out-travels any other American by thousands of miles a year. . Seattle. May 19. Baseball teams of the University of Washington and the University of Oregon closed their series here today with the Webfeet attempting to amend the terrific 15-1 drubbing they took yesterday from the Huskies. Washington massacred the offerings of four Oreenn nitcbers, coring seven runs in the first inn-inR and five in the second, and driving McFadden. Oregon's star Uorki-lcy, Cal.. Way 10. Athletic oflicials of the University of California today urriinged to play hosts to more than 100 of the best tvo"k and field athletes on the Pacific const when they assemble here Memorial day. May 80, for the revival of Pacific Coast con-ten-nee intercoUegiates. Tho meet will have n dual significance. It will mark revival of the intercollegiate group competition, and will assume the status of an official Olympic games tryotit. University of Southern California, claiming the nation's outstanding squad of individual performer, was rated top-heavy favorite to capture team honors. Ten universities have given notice they will enter teams of 15 men or less in the niee'. Acting Graduate Manager William W. Monohan, said. They are California, hlaiio. U .C. L. A., Montana, Oregon, Oiegon State, Stanton!, Southern California, Washington, and Washington Slate. W. Tuffy Griffith, who came out of St. Louis 18 L. 9 JO 13 13 16 15 19 18 Tel. .667 .643 .519 .519 .467 .444 .387 .379 he west heralded os u new Jack j New York 18 Dempsey some five or six years ; Pittsburgh 14 ago. only to be knocked cold by Chicago 14 Jimmy Brnddock, is peddling a Cincinnati ...14 candy-making machine in Chi-' Boston 12 cago Dolly Stark, the for- Philadelphia ..12 mer National league umpire who Brooklyn 11 I pitcher, from the mound.. MODERN WOMEN Nitd Not Sufiat monthly pain :,ml d,-iuy due to colds, nvrvoua ..iruiu, ripuaurt' or bimilur ntuaos. CDi'chw-tvraDiamonllti:,ndHil!urrien'ecuva, Wirar KrL'Jari Hit... aria 1 PpVr 1, RUBf KEELED flEf Matinp DICK POWELL rj 0-, e joan moNDfu f , a'iy . tACKOAKICMf p.n,. miniiicauaeiveuuicKKtncr. c .iu ny ail Urugiai9 loroviT 4oy,'rs. Armor Oregon prevented a shutout when it scored in the sixth inning. Coach' Tubby Graves took Lou Budnick from the mound after Wa'hington got its lead and tested Paul Marlowe, Pitcher and utilitv man, for the remainder of the game. Score: R. H. F Oregon 16 3 Washington .... 15 15 2 will make $12.UW broadcasting . Philadelphia games this year, says! KI.I.IOTT TAKES LIPSCOMB he has yet to second-guess an I Portland, Ore., May 19. Harry umpire over the nir Maxie Elliott, referee-wrestier won two Baer believes Sohmrling will go out of three falls of his match here the limit with Louis when they last night with Jack Lipscomb of meet next month. 1 Indiana. Pasqual Castillo and Wild Hill Cummings, who'll try! Ben Sherman went to a draw; for his second "500'' win at In- Bobby Burns tossed Hod Fenton dianapolis on Memorial day, and Danny McSliain beat Buck 'IMS SIAMOND'ty SRAND" Bcllfountain Wins Over Sweet Home McFadden. Inman. Marshall, Before you hurl on that Itcllfoiintuin. Mav 19. fSnecinlt thinks the J7.'. gallons of gasoline 1 Lawson. Lewis and McLean; Dudnick, Mar lowe and Dawes. the race -Pounding out 16 hits, the Hell- allowed the drivers for : summer trip, rail tihvtul. Ko- . torts ami lintels welcome an oppor is likely to leave manv of the PILOTS TAKE TWO boys stranded on the backstretch I Portland. Ore.. May 19. Uni- Charlie Grimm. Chicago ' versify of Portland baseball team fountain team defeated Sweet Hume, 6 to 2. last Sunday in a Willamette Vallt-v league contest. Horse Shoe Tossers To Stage Exhibition The Hells jumped on Pitcher ,Cubs manager, is of the opinion won a doubleheader yesterday, that Mel Ott handles a line drive '7-5 and 8-5. from the Pacific uni- tunity to have, wailing for yon just the accommodations you ileHire. Tclcliniiin jjiws you an opportunity to d'tM tisa matter. Ii may ave you time, miles, disappointment. ATTENTION! EX-SOLDIERS! Buy your WESTINGHOUSE in our Store now .... at a Cash Price. ... PAY WHEN YOU GET YOUR BONUS Immediate Delivery - - No Red Tape Pete Schmidt for four runs in the opening canto, and added two off the right field wall at thelversity Badgers. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jackson, 'OUT OUR WAY" By WILLIAM? Iniore in the fifth. Sweet Home's scores came in the eighth frame. Summary: R. II. E. Sweet Home 2 6 2 llellfounlain 6 15 0 Schmidt and Schmidt; Wooley and Wooley. 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