Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on May 20, 1936 · Page 6
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age' six" THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON WEDNESDAY, MAY 20,. .1 936 PLEASANT WAY As Joe.Louis Made Cake-eaters Out of Boxing. Clfamps LAST AMERICAN IS ELIMINATED FROM EUGENE HOLDS FIRST BEATING WOMEN'S TOURNEY MISSIONS TAKE SERIES OPENER FROM OAKLAND Southporl, Eng., May 20. America's bid for , the British LINDSTROM QUITS BASEBALL; DODGERS SAID AFTuR :?Le!N New York. May 20. Setirt-rajnt from baseball of Frcridi? I.'i d-stirm. th'' former b v winder" of the late Jolin J. McGraw, left the Brooklyn Dodgers' need of a hitting outfielder more acute than ever today and Cas-y St-n-:el wa belicv?d dickering with Ihe Chicago Cub:; for Chuch Klein. Rumors persisted Siengcl was women s golf championship BULLDOGS 12 1 never taken across the Atlantic failed toduy when the last of ' Euaenc high kept its hold on first the invaders, Marion Miley of Lexington, Ky., was eliminated in the quarter-final round by Bridget I Newell of Derbyshire. ; place by downing the Bulldqi43 j yestorday on Central field, 12 to s e. jne Axemen DroKe loose lor five, runs in the seventh inning to The little English girl scored a four and three victory over the dark-haired Kentucky star to join three of her countrywomen in the ruin a nlprandrtuck contest. Illy t llltril I'rrMN) The league-leading Oakland On!;- ran into difficltv Tuesday a" Willie Krmm's Mission Reds took Ihe rerics opener from the 1 pacc-sel t?rs, 5 to 0. behind tho I eight-hit pitching of Walter Stcw-"rt- formrr American league toi'.'h-pow. The Red" connected for 12 hits off Ken Douglas and Tom Conlan. An ex-Oak. Eddie Irishman, I Up to then the lead had changed ; hands four times, with the score I semi-final round which will be then favoring Eugene by one run t 6 to 6. Pitcher Ernie Underwood offcrinc any of his lop flight pilch-ers with the exception of Van Munec for Klrin. Lind'trr.m, only 31, announced his resignation from the Dodgers yesterday. He had not been going so good this year, hitting only .264 and troubled with a knee iniury. The Dodgers scheduled cnntesl wilh Cincinnati was rained out ; who had things well in hand until i the UDrisine. took a sudden ascen- ! slon allowed two hits, a couple i of walks, and with a fielder's nlaying second bare for the Reds hnd a perfect day at bat, hitting 'hree for three, and driving in two contested this afternoon. Kathleen Garnham, Pam Barton, runner-up in 1034 and 1035 tournaments, and Molly Gourlay joined Miss Newell in the quarterfinals. Miss Garnham defeated Mrs. E. M. Rhodes 4 und 3; Miss Barton halted Dorrit Wilkins, 4 and 2: and Miss Gourlay whipped Jean Hamilton one up. yesterday as were the New York ; choice end an error two runs were scored and the bags filled. Tubby Manning took up the PHKburgh and the St. Louis-Phil-' of the Mission's five runs. Return adelphia games. 'of Clyde Beck to the Missions In the onlv National league "n-un. leaves onlv one regular, Al game played, the Boston Red" en- Wright, on the sidelines, but his burden only to be greeted by i double from the bat of Centcrficld I 0i"ed in a plugging match with the 1 nosition was ably handled by """" ill H 4 !? f: er Moore which scored two, An infield out made the score, 1 1 to 5. before Bob Arthur raced back to deep centcrficld to pull down a lone swat and end the inning. ft -r" ' Pitcher Pete Igoc of Die Axemen allowed nine safeties, yet struck out 14 batters, ten of them in. the 4 4AT:sJte Ch'caeo Cubs and nosed out a 6 Leishman. to 5 victory. Paul Gergory. Seattle, and Hugh New York's Yankees. American Casey. Los Angeles, honked up in l-asue leaders, bln-ted out a 10 to a hurling duel, with Casey the 4 win over the Cleveland Ind'nns winner. 2 to 1. The second olere Brstnn Red Sam Gibson hurled the San Sox only got four hits but made Francisco S-als to a 4 lo 2 win over them count in defeating the Chi- "ortland. The Seals went ahead in caeo White Sox. 4-2. :lhe second inning and 'tsyed there Tommy Bridges limited the in a cloe battle. G'b?on allowed Washineton Senators to four h'ts.'-evcn hits, and the S"ls collected as the Detroit Tigers won 4 to 2. la like number off French and The St. Louis Brown" made it , Liska. two straight over the Philadelphia i Sacramento started the week A'Mntics. R to 4. ;. b- hontW Snn ninon. fi to 3, The twenty-second birthday of Joe Louis, colored neavyweight sensation, was made ihe occasion for presentation of fistic honors to outstanding figures of prize fighting. Louis (in bathrobe) is pictured as he cut the birthday cake at his new training camp at Lakewood. N. J. Pointing out the slices they want are James Braddock (left), heavyweight champion; Tony Canzoneri, lightweight champion, and Tommy Loughran (right). Louis was awarded a gold belt by a fight magazine as having done : most for boxing during Ihe oast vear. Risko and Steele To Meet for Title Seattle, May 20. Promoter Nate Druxman today announced that Babe Risko, middleweight champion, and Freddie Steele, Ta-coma challenger, will meet at the Seattle ball park in a title match the night of July 10. The park seats 30.000 and the fight is expected to draw a capacity crowd, as it is scheduled three days before the opening of the national Shrine convention when there will be many preliminary visitors in the city. Steele will be u favorite when the men enter the ring. Me defeated Risko by a wide margin in a non-title bout this spring. Pretty Carotin Babcock has a pleasant way of sharpening her game in Los Angeles for the Wightmnn Cup tennis mutches. Her admiring partner here is Cesar Romero, young film star. first five cantos. It was a blustering, cold day, and a great one for the long-distance hitters. McQuary, Albany shortstop, slapped out a home run In the first inning witli 410 one aboard, and Hamer, of Eugene, duplicated the feat in the eighth. Five doubles were also registered, Eugene getting two of them, and Albany three. All but one of the extra base blows; came in pinches. 1 Several shining fielding plays were turned in. Bob Arthur caught that' seventh inning fly, and the Groening brothers came up with will deliver the principal address 1 La Verne Hesslor presented let-at ZCBJ hall in Scio. iters to the girls' teams. Irrigation Show Highest scholastic average for I Grace Forquer and Harvey Is Well Attended Marion and Scio Woodcock were announced as th the four years was attained by Arlcnc Darby, who will give 11 To Clash Sunday OVER WITH BEAUTY! IT BUBBLES two students with a perfect attendance at high school during the past year. valedictory. Also on the program will be salutatory, Audrie Bartu; class will, Helen Slack; class his Scio. (Special) Marion's dia one apiece Vic raced into short left' More than 100 farmers attended an irrigation demonstration at the Gilbert Groshong farm in the Dover district Saturday, accord-1 ing to County Agent Floyd Mul- I len. ! Types of equipment demon- J strated included the flood sys-1 tern, low pressure sprinkler ,for tory, Norenc Sims, and prophey, Opal Long. mond nine will come to Scio Sunday, May 24, for the fifth game of the season in the Mld-Willnmette Valley league. Legion Officials Coming Next Week1 Baccalaureate services will be Peterson Swapped For Lion Quarter Teams in the league include Sunday evening, May 24, at the Scio Baptist church, the Rev. R. L. Loucks of Scio giving the ad- West Stayton, Shaw, Scio, Turner, Macleay, and Marion. The com Members of the local American i uso chicfy in orchards and on; dress. Legion executive committee and ! ""'en ground, ana l ie nign pres. pleted schedule calls for two games In Following is the class roll: Aud- I chairmen nf the sevnml iriivitv sure revolving sprinkler. This was rie Bartu, Mary Becicha, Arlene i rommiiine have hnnn railed tn!tlle 'irst low pressure sprinkling between each team. Scio has won from Shaw 5 to 1, and from Tur Detroit, May 20. Charles (Pug) Vaughan, quarterback on the Detroit Lions world champion professional football team, has been traded for Kenneth (Ike) Peterson, Chicago Cardinal's halfback, Coach Potsy Clark, of the Lions, Darby, Sylvia Fredrick, Charles 1 moot i the Veier.-.ns' Mnmnri.il i demonstration ever held in Linn ner 12 to 2. Scio hns been defeated field In tne fourtn frame a ding in a fly ball over his head, and Homer came up with a nice stop of Thuneman's smashing grounder near second base in the fifth. Eugene's Moore sailed to the far end io the grandstand to pull in what seemed to be a home run by Homer Groening in the eighth. Summary:. , R., K. E. Eugene...... 12 10 2 Albany.. 6 9 6 Igoe and McTntyrc; Underwood. Manning and Robertson. - COUGARS TIGHTEN TOP HOLD; OREGON DEFEATS HUSKIES Gentry, Opal Long. Donald Mae- ; miU hcrc ,ho occasion of a visit I county, Mullen said. by Macleay 9 to 8, and by West Slavton 14 to 1. Donald, Joe Madarus,. - Dorthai by Carl Mosier department ad-i several makes or slip-joint pipe McDonald. Jesse Myers. Emily ; ii.t-.nt nn ih i v.,i;.,.,t i were also shown. The demonstra- The remainder of Scio's schedule Nadvornik, Fern Turdy, Bruce ' tional' field secretary of the Am-!1' was conducted by the coun- ncludcs May 24. Marion at Scio: ty agent and A. S. King, Oregon State irrigation specialist. May 31, Scio at Shaw; .lune 7. Quarry, Ruby Rospr.ifka,' Lucille Scheer, Frances Schwindt, Nor- erican Legion rehabilitation committees, at 8:30 p. m. Wednesday, Turner at Scio; June 14. Mnclcav at Scio; June 2t, Scio at West Stay- cne Sims, Helen Slack, Ehnnn Smith, Charles Wheeler. said today. The trade did not involve ! money, Clark said. It was made on a player for player basis. I Peterson, former Gonzaga unl-. versity star, joined the Cardinals ' after his graduation in 1935. He 1 was rated as one of the fastest imen on the Pacific coast while playing with Gonzaga. ton;-and June 2. bcio at Marion. Miss Frances Patterson, com On Rodgers field at Scio May 17. mercial instructor at the high May 27.Mosier and Valiant nre on ; FLAG PRESENTED SCHOOL a tour of the slate. They will meet Brownsville. (Special) The re-with the CorvaJlis committee i gl,iar meeting of the student body heads the following day. 'of Brownsville high school was The executive committee and held Monday morning. Plans were committee chairmen of the Leu- , m;lcc for a student body picnic at anon post have also been invited j Triangle lake on the last day. of to the Albany meeting, according 1 school. A program was given by school, is class advisor, and is in the home team erred eleven times with one score, while West Stayton made three errors and 14 runs to charge of the commencement and baccalnuerate programs. Final examinations for seniors will be given this week, while those for undergraduates will be next week. School doses Friday, May 20. to Ralph Coleman, adjutant of the LEAGUE STANDINGS tally their third win of their league games. Each team used two pitchers, Shicmnn and 'Stnltenberg of West Stayton allowing only two hits, while Krnymnn ami Paimsh of Scio allowed eight. 1 JuOPj ' Albany post. Matters of vital importance to the legion will be discussed, Coleman said. Pacific Coast I.cngue W. L. Pel. the senior class including violin solos by Mrs. Dean Morse and an instrumental duet by Clyde and Ray Williamson. The senior prophecy was read. The senior class presented the high school with an American flag, with George McFeo making the presentation speech, after which the students gave the flag salute". Oakland .504 H4 1H Sweet Home High Pupils Windup Year Grant Chosen to Meet Australians . , . . 28 24 .520 27 25 .5111 24 24 .500 25 25 .500 Pullman, Wash., May 20. Washington State moved 0 step nearer the northern division baseball title today after making it four straight over Oregon Slate Tuesday, 8-5. The Beavers got nine hits to Washington State's eight, but Lefty Marlowe of W. S. C. fanned ten men in the right times. The Cougars led 5-0 at the end of the fourth, and were never really threatened. An eighth inning rally by Oregon State died when Catcher Bergstorm was thrown out on a double relay while trying to stretch a three-bagger Into a home run. . R. H. E. O. S. C. 5 9 4 W. S. C 8 8 2 iviission.s ... Seattle ..... Portland 1 San Francisco I San Diego . . "NEW TRUCK BAPTIZED Albany's new fire truck received its baptism of fire, such as it was, Tuesday when it went out on its tirst call. The occasion was a harmless flue fire al the home of George Lucht, 1014 East Second street. Firemen said the truck operated to perfection. Warner Bros.-First National Hit . . . with RUBY HEELER DICK POWELL JOAN BL0NDELL 24 27 21 211 20 30 .471 .42!) .400 Sacramento . Los Anegles . t "ARTS TODaT" MATINEE lli 5 National League New York, May 20. After holding out for years Ihe U. S. Lawn Tennis association capitulated today and decided to give its problem child. Bryan (Bitsy) Grant, jr., of Atlanta, his chance. At a meeting of the Davis cup selection committee last nieht. the JACK 0AKIE W. L. IB 18 10 - PICK-UP BED STOLEN . Kenneth Bloom reported to police headquarters Tuesday that an automobile pick-up bed which he FOR FULL Market Prices Sell your Eggs, Poultry, Cream Veal, Live Calves Lambs, Wool, Turkeys, TO-SWIFT tr COMPANY Albany Phone 234 14 13 14 14 Cramer and Bcrgstrom; lowc and Fields. Pet. .7 .(143 .510 .500 .4(17 .4(14 .387 .370 Mar-; Georgia "giant-killer" was nam-!cd as a member of the team to St. Louis . . New York . . Pittsburgh . . Chicago Cincinnati . . Boston Philadelphia Brooklyn . . Hi had purchased al a local auction house last week was stolen before it was delivered. No trace of the missing purchase had been found late today. ......14 13 12 11 1!) Ill iH-'Ulll'HAl'.IIKHAI l. v A VI A I IS XMIM H KS 1 1 1 r American League W. oppose the Australians in the , Webfect 7, Huskies 5 I North American zone finals at Seattle, May 20. Tieing the Philadelphia beginning Mav 30. score In the ninth when they dins- j Grant was chosen along with cd over two runs, the University I Wilmer Allison, U. S. singles of Oregon baseball team forced 1 champion, and Gene Mnko and its game with the University of Donald Budge, America's out-Washington into extra innings standing doubles combination, yesterday and went on to win 7-5 j whether Grant will actually get in the eleventh. i to plav against the Aussies is a Tho Ducks and Huskies split : matter that probably will not be their series, Washington won the tU-i-icUnl until just before the open-first game, 15-1. ' jB match. MitlnrH Ot'mmn'u iti,iihiti,ni'ii fcfiej? E smdls Stl;Ihi Pet. .710 .0(17 .580 .533 .4(12 .455 .357 .200 ' Sweet Home. (Special) Baccalaureate services for Ihe Sweet Home graduating class were held in the high school auditorium at 8 o'clock Sunday evening. The program: processional, "Largo," Handel. Miss Irene Neugart: doxology, audience: invocation. Rev. John Riltermeyer; response, "Peace I Leave with You," girls' sextette; solo, "My Task," Asa Smith: sermon, Rev. Harry I teuton of Eugene; benedict! ion. Dev. Sam Kimball: song. "Step by Step," girls' sextette; recessional, Miss Neugart. Monday al a student body meeting officers for the coming year were elected: Board of control president. Alvin McLean; vice president, Kenneth Horner; secretary. Norma Coulter; treasurer. Wanda Fogle; F.xnsporator editor. Kenneth Horner; junior representative. Susan Bennett; sophomore, Arlene King; girls' league, F.va Russell; boys' : athletics, Victor Vitek; captain . girls' basketball, Mildred Gedney; girls' baseball, Lillian - Miller; manager, Wanda Fogle; captain boys' baseball, Alvin "Mike" McLean; boys basketball, Jiminie Stock. Coach Palmer presented Ihe trophy for B league games to Captain Dean Thompson. This is the third trophy won by Coach Palmer's baseball team in the past three seasons. Tuesday at the class day assembly. Coach Palmer presented letters to the basketball and baseball men. and Coach New York . . Boston Cleveland . . Detroit 1 . . Chicago . . . . Washington Philadelphia St. Louis . . . 22 ....17 ....1(1 .12 . ... 15 ....10 II pitcher, hurled the entire gome AIISSINC MAN SOICIIT Right when YOU want it... just when YOU need it... the finest VALUE we've ever offered! X It 30 to Get Diplomas At Scio High School His lilt in the ninth also enabled Local police aid in locating the Webfeet to. knot the score. Ame Nerniit, 04, is asked bv his Washington scored four runs 1 sister, Mrs. Peter Frohohn of in the first inning and seemed charlson, N. Dak. Mrs. Frohohn about to duplicate Its lop-sided , writes that her brother is 5 feet victory of Monday but Millard inches tall. He left Portland two settled down. I years ago, she said. A sister and McFaddcn singled In the 11th. two brothers are ready and will- MOM TUG RJAftKGE For a Limited Time ONLY With EACH Beautiful New scoring Ooodm and Huniey with ! jng to care for him if he is found Scio. (Special). Twenty students will receive diplomas from Scio high school Friday evening. May 20, according to J. H. Tum-blesom, principal of the school. Dr. H. R. Laslelt of the educational psychology department of Oregon State college, Corvallis. the winning runs. Mrs. Frohohn added. n. ...7 ...5 11. 15 0 Oregon Washington Deniocrat-Ilernld Want Ads. itring Results. OUT OUR WAY By WILUAM pr J y If Fl lllllfpi ' WRESTLING FRIDAY, MAY 22 8:30 p. m. 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