Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on May 21, 1936 · Page 6
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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 6

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PAGE SIX THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON THURSDAY, MAY 21 , 1936. 1 Mll.lflllljLljjt m Spare the Rcxl? Not Spanky BY Art krenz LEBANON TEAM SHAKES STATUS SOFTBALLLOOP SATURDAY SPECIAL ... AT ALL GROCERS . . DEMOSS LOAF ANGEL FOOD CAKE $meim r -J oSjX 1 ' w ar 41 f, "' ti- r.fl A MiV Mil Your J G roc e r Has ' . DE&OSS . Ask for it by name next time, and not only " patronize home industry by also treat your family to BREAD of the FIRST QUALITY DE MOSS BAKERY 212 West First Street Phone 137 C4 A Softball team representing the Warner Hardware .company' of Albany and organized by Fred Ward will supplant Lebanon in league play, it was anonunced this noon by Al Trimble, league president, and Ward. , Inclement weather and a disturbed leaue will keep the Albany softballers from performing tonight on Central field in a sched-uled double-header. Miller's Butcher Boys vs. Mountain States Power and Knights of Pythias vs. Lebanon were the games proposed. A wet diamond plus a situation that makes it doubtful if Lebanon will definitely enter the Albany league, however, will shove the games to a later date in the schedule. Lebanon has not yet signed into the loop. Yesterday they indicated that they were willing to play in the league, but wished to keep an independent standing, refusing to use player's contracts. A representative also stated that they would send a team to the state tournament regardless of outcome of the league, President Al Trimble reported at a meeting of team managers called to discuss the problem. The managers expressed themselves as willing to play games with Lebanon if they do enter the league, but instructed President Trimble to ask for Lebanon's membership to comply with league rules. Meanwhile a squad to replace the vacancy that might be created bv Lebanon was being formed in Albany. Players have been lined up, according to Fred Ward who was taking the initial steps to organize the squad, and several sponsors have offered to back the entry. The situation is expected to be clarified by Friday, and play is slated to resume Monday with Brownsville meeting Scio and Veal's playing Jcnks. GIANTS TAKE 9TH STRAIGHT, BEATING CARDINALS 10-7 RAY 7ft BOSTbN BEES may not be goin& Season but it is apparent that. ' f?AV BEN&E IS,t lUe VETERAN RI&HT-HMDER, CBTAINB.O FoM BROOKLYN j OPENED THE. CAMPAl&AI UllTH A WINNING 'ON RECOPtD t The bbes, nee BRAVS, 40SYS- -,"tco v r33b. propped in IN 1911, .. for breakfasts to be held each j Sunday morning. LEAGUE STANDINGS National League Standings W. New York St. Louis . . Pittsburgh Cincinnati 10 18 IS 15 Chicago 14 Boston 13 Brooklyn 12 American League Standings CAN Spanky JVUFnrlnnd never will be spoiled because of the sparing of the rod The Juvenile screen stnr displays pnrt of his catch made in Lake Royal, near Cleveland, to Morris Ackorman, fish and game expert. ' - eR lives OAKS' LINEUP FOR FIRST GO IS UNCERTAIN With only a few practice sessions behind them and the team still partially unorganized i Albany's Oaks were laying plans for- their opening game in the State league next Sunday at Toledo. Other season openers put Hop Gold at Bend, and Salem at Eugene. Weather conditions have held down the number of work-outs and have stopped Manager Carl Shoots from lining up a definite crew of ball-players. He also announced yesterday that transportation for the Stale league champs was needed for Sunday. The lineup which will take the field against Toledo includes Dodd, a pitcher who claims experience in the South Dakota leaue. Mun-ager Shoots is planning to start him In the box. Bill Wilkinson will be in the receiving post. Ed Creidcr, freshman coach at Oregon State college, is counted on to fill first, Walt Hcck-er will be at second, Earl Lansing at third, and Shoots himself at shortstop. The outfield will have Bruce Dowling in one spot, but the other two arc uncertain. Tuffy Ellingsen is still undecided as to whether or not he will play, but Anderson, a newcomer, is available. Sam Olsen, Bill Lake, Bob Arthur and Jimmy Robertson are among the reserves -that will be carried. COSTELLO BACK; WILL MEET ACHIU HERE ON FRIDAY 'Waller Tirikit Achlu. the popular Chinese wrestler, is matched with Pascual Costello in the main event of this Friday's card at the Albany armory, and Buck Lawson will meet Abdul Kahn in the semifinal. Costello has not appeared here this year, but the wiley Achlu has. tlPLEY PIANO SCHOOL Oxford Clinical . (Advanced - Kindergarten) Waterman Jazz New tC P. Hall, 2nd Sc Lyon St. Phone 647-J, Friday Afternoons Lenore Tipley, Instructor USE CHINESE IIKKBS WHEN OTIIER8 FAIL Charlie Chan Chinese Herbs . Renedle are non-poisen-ous, their healing virtue has been tested hundreds of years in following chronic ailments. S. B. Fong Throat, sinusitis, catarrh, cars, lungs, asthma, chronic cough, stomach, gall stones, colitis, constipation, diabetes, kidnnys, bladder, heart, nerves, neuralgia, rheumatism, high blood pressure, gland, skin sores, male, female, children disorders S. B. Fong, 8 years practice in China, Herb Specialist, gives relief after others fall. 139 E. First St., Albany, Or. Office Hours: Sunday und Wednesday 11 a.m., to 2 p.m. j i IriTHis FIRST TOURNAMENT AT COUNTRY CLUB TO START SUNDAY Dave Patterson, chairman of the tournament committee of the Linn Country club announces that the first club tournament of the I ''Curing future handicaps. The first match with Silverton will be played in that city June 28. A match with Corvallis may be arranged for June 7. At last night's meeting it was reported that there are now 34 members in the club and at least 14 more will be brought in within the next few days. Because of the social features of tile club it was voted to issue a limited number of associate memberships which would make the facilities of the club house available to those who do not play golf. These will be written for $1 a month. The house committee, composed of Olin Nebbergull, Horace Hawtin and Charles Rawl-ings was authorized to arrange for a dance each month between now and next March. It was also voted to issue mem berships to single women at $1 a month, entitling them to playing privileges of the course. The only restriction on women's play was placed on Sunday mornings when a tournament is in progress. Walter Smith, chairman of the greens committee, reported that Ed Apple, new greenskceper, has the course in fine shape and that improvements are being made every day. All machinery has been repaired and put in working order and players will now find the fairways and greens in first class condition at all times. Arrangements will soon be made By WILLIAMS ill' , 3436,1 SACS DROP PADRES AGAIN; PORTLAND YIELDS TO SEALS (II) 1 nlli-il l'rr) Sacramento's Senators made it two straight over San Diego last night by taking a 2 to 1 decision. Johnny Chambers, the star of the pitching staff, bested Wally He-bert in a keen duel, in which the winning run crossed the plate in the seventh. The veteran Lou Koupal tin ned in his second consecutive shutout victory for the Seattle Indians, beating Los Angeles 4 to 0. The Angels were able to solve Koupal's delivery for only three hits, and gathered them all after the sixth inning. Oakland evening the Mission eries bv beating the Reds 3 to 1. Jimmv Tobin beat the young ace of Willie Kamm's staff, Frank Lemanke. Although the score mounted into double figures, the Portland-San Francisco game was another battle, won by the Seals, 12 to 11. Sixteen of llie runs were scored in the first two innings, which took more than an hour to play. The Seals won in the ninth when thev scored two runs. Portland used five pitchers. Hill Poscdi'l started the game mid was followed hv Larl;in, Hadimits. Carson and Caster finishing. For the Seals it was Whitey Campbell, Cole and Kenny Sliochnn. Oregon State Wins season will be held Sunday start- ' New York, May 21. The New!'"8 ?j 8 :00 'clocrk; Df- Je Gv; York Giants ran their string of P'-??1 nas .ofefred a box of fnnnri,tio iMnri in golf balls as prizes, which will be C 9 $1.50 w fo? 27 c polished off the St. Louis Cardinals 8'von for low "el and 8ross scores, 10 to 7 yesterday in a Rame replete urmers-up, high score, etc. Sun-with fireworks. The Giants streak d!,ys P'3 w,n be a handicap is the longest in the majors since I jouriiumeni wun two teams lorm-thn fnhs nut nn ihoir 91 onmo . Ing sides. Results will be used in spurt in winning the National -What dor compares with graduation day ? And what young graduate doesn't want to remember that happy day ? YouH make il "The lime of iheii lives" if your gift is a Hamilton lhe" world's best loved grad-uanbngift Noihingcould be more welcome or appropriate as a constant leminder of that happy commencement day. You'll agree with us when you see the new Hamiltons. Let us show them io you today. F. M. French & Son Jewelers . .. , In his last bout here, Sneeze defeated Thunderbolt Pete with two out of three falls. It proved to be one of the most popular matches of the season inasmuch as both grupplers are entirely clean. Achiu. who knows and uses all the holds from the very American shoulder-butt to the Eastern jiu-jitsu, has alwpys been a crowd pleaser. Meeting Costello, another top-notcher, will cast him in his best role. Kahn and Lawson have met before in Albany. Kahn, of course, Is the villain of the spectators' fancy, and usually lives up to their expectancy of fearful ring etiquette. Lawson was an overwhelming favorite in their previous match, and lost in one of the most unexpected falls, lie clearly had Kahn on the run, so much sn that Kahn was endeavoring to climb out of the ropes just before the final fall. Buck seized him from behind and limged with such vigor that Kahn fell backwards on him making Buck lose his wind and the bout. B Leaguers Will Windup on Friday , With the championship already decided, the last regular games in the Linn B league are due tomor row with games at Sweet Home, Harrisburg. and Brownsville. Sweet Home won the title last week for the third consecutive time, by virtue of a 14 to ! victory over Sliedd. Tomorrow's contests will close the season with the exception of a postponed till to be played Saturday by Sliedd at llalsey. In Friday's canlests Siio goes to Sweet Hume, llalsey to llar-; risburg, and Sliedd to Browns ville. New Way to Hold False Teeth in Place Po fa lav tct-tJi minuy yuu by ilroptnii ii r iliiM'tniif .lust uprinkle n little KnsUfth on your plntt-a. Thin ln-w fine iuwtltr ho I tin ttt'tti firm pud comfortable. No KUininy, innty ttintv or fwlinir. SweHrni itrvttlh. (let rnaU't'lli from your druiiL Thni lie. adv. league pennant last fall. The' ruuerson aiso 101a 01 omer ac-C.innts lead the league by a halt tivities for the season, which will game. I include other club tournaments Twice the Giants were forced to ' "d matches with Silverton, Cor-comc from behind, but the seven, vallis and possibly Woodburn, runs they scored in the fifth nnd Cottage Grove and other teams. W. L. New York .... 22 10 Boston 22 12 Cleveland 17 14 Detroit . . 17, 14 Chicago 13 14 Washington 16 18 Philadelphia 10 19 Coast League Standings ' .W. L. Oakland .......... 35 18 Seattle 28 ?5 Missions 2(i 25 San Francisco . , . . ; 26 25 Portland 24 25 San Diego 24 28 Sacramento 22 28 Los Angeles 20 31 Pet. Pet. .660 .528 .510 .510 .490 .462 .440 .392 NEW CRl'ISER LAUNCHED Quincy, Mass.. May 21. The navy's newest fighting vessel the SI 1.000,000 cruiser U. S. S. Vin-cennes, was launched today at the Fore River plan of the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Ltd. Froirt Vandals 7-4iiyn. nRMOORAT-HRRAI.r. WANT AOS RKJNr, RRRIM.TS sixth innings were enough to in- sure victory Pittsburg gained n 0 to 3 decision over the Philadelphia Phillies to shove the Quakers back in the cellar. Cincinnati's Iteds were in fourth place as a result of their 10 to 8 victory over the Boston Bees while the Chicago Cubs fell into fifth position by losing 11 to 2 to Brook- In the American, the league leading Yankees were set back 4 to 3 by the Detroit Tigers, Charley Ruffing losing a pitchers' duel to Schoolboy Howe. Marvin Owen's 10th inning homer was the deciding blow, St. Louis' Browns compiled Ihoir longest winning streak of the year three straight with a 12 to 8 decision over the second place Boston Red Sox. Sugar Cain of the White Sox limited the Philadelphia Athletics to seven hits for a 4-0 decision. 19 Year Old Wins Women's Open Title Southport, Eng., May 21. Round-faced 19-year-old Pain Barton of London, finalist for the past two years, won the British women's golf title today when she defeated Bridget Newell, young Derbyshire barrister, seven and five in the 3ti-hole finals. LACKEY'S GROCERY Fresh PHONE 789 Fresh Fruit, Meats 4 Free Deliveries Daily 9:30 a. m., 11 a. m., 2:30 p. m., 1p.m. Vegetables Features for Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, May 22, 23, 24, 25. Moscow, Ida., May 21. Oregon State got back into the win column Wednesday by defeating University of Idaho, 7-4, in the first of a two-game series. Idaho piled up a three run lead before Oregon State hit its stride in the third. Hergstrom and Conk-ling of the Heavers got home runs and Oregon State took the lead in the fifth. Will 'Kramer homered for Idaho. Oregon Slate hit Bill i Black, Idaho pitcher, nine times and capilali.ed on five Vandal errors. ri.AYKIlS TRADED New York, May 21. The Chicago Cubs today traded Outfielder Chuck Klein and Pitcher Fabian (Mike) Kowalik to the Philadelphia. Phillies for Pitcher Curt Davis and Outfielder Ethan Allen. The Cubs also sent cash along with the two players in the deal to strengthen their faltering pitching staff. 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