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TWE ALBA RY DIM OC RAT-HE RAU15, AC B Af5 Y," 0 R EGO RA SATURDAY, MAY 23, A PAGE EIGHT 1 'OUT OUR WAY" By WILLIAMS T r.i ICC,c TLJr-w Ann TWAKJkS.' TLJAlv lL, 1 1 f -v-wi--' Ik Vl S inc MC l VV&L-U. I r-IC. INJW lw'w WE OURE HOPE VOL! Albany General hospital wherd she underwent an operation for appendicitis last Friday. Miss Lamphrre resided on the Earl Smith farm last summer. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Harris accompanied by their son. Glen, of Portland, left for MeDermitt. Nev., Saturday to brin; Verle home. MAYY APPOINTS BOARD TO GUIDE ATHLETICS AT OSC Corvallis, Ore., May 23. President Pcavy of Oregon State col cently moved away and Darrell was elected as president and Virginia Burkhart as vice-president to fill the vacancies. A baby girl was born last Friday to Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McDon aid of Oakview vicinity. Warren and Alfred Yunker of Seaside were visiting at their par- UK.IMDA GLAD TO GIT 1 OF 'EM BE1N' GLAD TO RJD OF THEM BiCDS 1 GET RID OP TMEM WNC- MO KNOCK AGAINST TH' ANGELS DROP TRIBE; DUCKS WALLOP SEALS WALTER HURLS PHILS TO 15-0 GIANTSLICKING BECAUSE. POO. EVERY VAE GOOD i.M THE BIG LEAGUE, BOV, AW1 WE'LL ALL 5HOR SURE I VVOM'T HAVE ONE WMO GOES OUT . I WITH A FUTURE.THEt.Z5 TO wrvjc lLJMCTTP ipg VVHU'ZI I ,11 . . I .r- i ct vtiiMiij i v ujmc HUAIMi MULM I HAP A FU1UKE-AWP o FOE.VOUIM r3AGKf SGOOD IN IT-WlTH JUST A3 USELESS - J XTME PAPERS; -T-VlHIS PEEAMS OF 1 WITH HlSi -g- "f- COME BACKV New York, May 23. Manager Jimmy Wilson of the Philadelphia Phillies sold his best pitcher, Curt Davis, to the Chicago Cubs, but he started grooming a youngster to fill Curt's shoes today. He " was 26-year-old William (Bucky) Walter who at the bc - ginning or last season was usiea ; on the Philly roster as an infield- John Gullaiiher, Portland, presi-er.s Bucky was burning a few dent of the student body, and Hul over in batting practice one dayiHiggs, Crane, editor of the Daily entpl home, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gentry and family visited at the Owen home in Lebanon Sunday. The Riverview school's baseball tam played the Oakview team on the latter's grounds last Thursday. The score was 3-4 in favor of Riverview. Spicer Spicer. The Spicer Birthday, club met Wednesday at the home nf Mrs. Margaret Gi'oves. Mrs. Elsie HoU'ngsworth and Mrs. Katherine Esigg were visitors. Mrs. Lenta MeClain wa program leader. In two interesting contests, Mrs. Vada Peterson. Mrs. Weber Doughton and Mrs. Gladys Burkhart received the prizes. The hostess rsce'ved the usual birthday shower. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Stanley Qupmme. June 17. The epidemic of intestinal flu has be"n prevalent in this neighborhood the pat week, with mem-hprs of the Arthur Wilson family. Fiery McClain familv, Vernon Tatn family and Miss Phontel Keehler being afflicted. The directors nf the telephone; , vJ.W MiU-irf.--, : linrs 5 and 24 h' H a mee'"" ! Pugh, Mrs. George Gardner and eently at the Charles Mitchell Harold Shedd. home. Fred Hannaford was voted j Leroy Starnes took W. M: Mc-in n shareholder nf line 5. Cormick to Newport Monday for Will Forbes, who has a logging a two weeks' vacation, contract near I'ister. spent the Mr. and Mrs. George Gardner weekend with his family here. fand daughter, Barbara, were din-Roshal Grov?s was a business ner guests Sunday at the Harvey visitor in Portland Tuesdav. 'Gardner home at Philomath. In The Spicer school closed last the afternoon both families drove I Fririav with a program in the up the Santiam highway .as far ' morning and a picnic dinner; as the road is completed, served at noon to patrons and An enjoyable time was had friends. Sunday at the J. B. Roth home The Clydo Kessler family mnved i when the Whittaker clan met for this week to the mountains where i a reunion. About 35 people were (lly I nllrd l'rr) Lost night, Licber and Howard Craghead for Seattle, hooked up in a battle which .ran until the eighth when the Angels pushed across five runs, and wound up by winning 8 to 5. Mike Hunt, Seattle outfielder, poled out a home run in the fourth inning, after the Angels had compiled a three-run lead. The Indians tied it up in the fifth. Craghead allowed ten hits nnd the Indians collected eight off Hank Lieber. Portland's Beavers ran roughshod over the San Francisco Seals, hammering four Seal pitch ers for 15 hits, and taking tne decision 11 to 2. George Caster, lor the Beavers, allowed the Seals eight hits, and after the first Inning, when the Seals scored both their runs on three hits, he held them helpless. Willie Kamm's mission Reds staged a ninth inning five-run rally to defeat Oakland, 7 to 5, nnd tie the series with the league-leaders at two-all. San Diego had an easy time, beating Sacramento, 11 to 3, collecting 19 hits off Andrews and ward. Ed Wells held the solons to seven. All were night games. 4 LEAGUE STANDINGS Pacific Coast League W. L. Pet. .655 .510 .509 .509 .491 .481 .423 .415 Oakland 36 Portland 26 Seattle ., 28 Missions 27 San Francisco 26 San Diego . .. . 26 Sacramento 22 Los Angeles ..-.22 National League W. L. Pet. .607 St. .Louis . New York . Pittsburgh . Chicago . . . Cincinnati . ;.2u ..IB ..16 ..15 ..15 ..14 ..13 ..13 10 12 14 15 17 17 19 21 .613 Vi'i 500 'A,,a lU! Boston Brooklyn . . Philadelphia .452 .406 .382 American League W. Pet. .667 .657 1 .576 .531, .5171 .4116 . .333 .212 New York .... .-.22 Boston 23 Detroit .19 .17 .15 .17 .10 . 7 Cleveland . Chicago . . . Washington Philadelphia St. Louis . KOAC Radio Program.' Saturday. May 23. SrflO On the Cammiscs: 5:30 mu- . , "'...a,.",lc0t.; 'THEY LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Knox Butte Knox Butte. Rev. McCormick and Ralph Walker took two loads of young people on a hiking party in the hills north of Corvallis lust Saturday. Those going were Mar--' jorie and Norman Miller, Murie, Ruth, Stanley and Smart Gour-ley, Hazel and Martin Loe, Dick and Kenneth Kean, Floyd, Klmer ar,d -'u" Walker, David Copelund and Kyle Folsom. , , n t. ,.. mi. una jvus. .iuy i-uiciy unu Oniii drove to Suver Sunday to see Tommy, then on to Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wylie went to Portland Tuesday on business . lor several days. Mr. and Mrs. Winnie Mullen I ,., BUT I MOPE NEVER COME EACK"- BUT ors this week, Wednesday. returning home The Misses F.lma and Sybil Gilbert of Portland were recent visitors here at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gilbert. Mrs. Ella Walter and daughter, Esther, and Mrs. K. W. Peterson and daughter, Elaine, spent Sunday with relatives in Alsea. Mrs. Edith Keith of Walton is a guest at the home of Robert Bilyeu this week. Ray Dallas and family were surprised Wednesday by a visit from a group of people from Port land. They included Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Sherwood, Mrs. Demor- ni.. o..ti. cunm..nnj m ui uncmwu, ,.. and Mrs. Francis Medley. J. W. Bowers, Roy Bowers and Joe Hayworth returned the first of the week from a trip to Neb- raska J. F. Hunt and daughter, Demia. of Pomona, Cal., were guests re- here with her parents, Mr. and parents, Mr. anditi Mrs. C. R. Crawford, to resume ; her nurses s training. j Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hoyt were here recently for a visit with the i Cunningham brothers, on their way home from a trip to California. Mrs. Hope Qucntal of Oakland, Cal., is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Clay. I Mrs. Willard Ingram had the misfortune to break an ankle a few days ago but is getting along ' nicely. j Miss Maria Porter has gone to 1 Medford to visit with the John Butler family. The Butlers were here Sunday and she went back with them. Lloyd Simon is home from the hospital at Albany where he spent n lew days. He hurt himself lifting in a warehouse. Mrs. Jane Curtis is in a hos pital recovering from a minor operation. Because of an infection it was necessary to amputate a loo. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lester H. Walker Tuesday. He has been named Horatio Lee. Riverview Riverview. Murrey Meyers of Klamatli Falls visited last week at the home of his siter, Mrs. Ronald Sommer and at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs Ed Meyers of Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Peterson and son, Robert, were guests Sunday ul the home of Charles Voss of Suver. Mrs. Rev Leighton nnd daughter WWO HAVE A C4EEEZ AHEAP OF THEM- II . l A tiUY WHO WANTS 1 VJI I iJ I tr- ft I I . . .. ........ as A. at of of t0 he to he hrs employment on road construction work. Friends nf Mrs. Will Wallace learned of her dca'h Monday at her home near Portland, from an illness of several years. Sh" formerly lived in tivs community. Mrs. Jess Peterson received word that her mother, Mrs. Jennie Smith, who has been visiting her son Clarence of Des Moines. In.. 'or several momns nas arrived in Dn..,l..n nnA ...III .il..ti.,nc r..i,i.,,,u an mi.i io.i v-' pntl rrienas tnere inr several aaysi oemre reuirning nere nil. auu nit a. . cnri "'- business visitors in Portland Wort- ; i when' Wilson decided maybe this boy could be made over into a pitcher Bucky won nine games tor the Phils last year. . He gave his best exhibititon so far against the Giants at the I'olo Grounds yesterday by doling out four singles while the Phils pounded out a 15 to 0 victory. ' The Phils helped things along by knocking fat Freddy Fltzsim-mehs and Dick Coffman all over the lot, Including homers by Whitney nnd Sulik and by Pitcher Walter, himself. The defeat dropped the Giants a game and a half behind the leading Cardinals who slugged out an 11 to 4 victory over the third place Pittsburgh Pirates to give Dizzy Dean his sixth victory of the year. , The Brooklyn Dodgers kept out of the cellar with a 4 to 3, 11 -inning victory over the Boston Chicago and Cincinnati were not scheduled. .Detroit's Tigers gained a half game on the idle American league leaders, by pounding out a 13 to 10 decision over the Cleveland Indians, collecting 20 hits off four Indian hurlers.- '.'Third straight victory for the Chicago. White Sox was marked up as they defeated the St. Louis browns 6 to 3,v ... Dunn Stt New U. S. ('.' ' ' Record for Discuss Compton, Cal., May 23. Gordon, (Slingcr) Dunn, former Stanford weiiihtman. last night set u new tmuriLBH rtrvum wiil-ii iic- . i. - ji int t 1 R.I.'. inrew me aureus iu iuui inches during Compton's invita- tional track and field carnival j here. . srt.A ii,mUp n,nt,A,1 ihn Amnrimn record two feet beyond the mark J Of 169 feet B's inches made by : Paul. Jessup ol . university oi Washington. Dunn's mark is six Itixhn. hnrl nf IIib world's record held ' by Harold Anderson of Sweden. Ftosh Take Third 1 v . Gamo From Rooks r.porvallis, Ore., May 23. University of Oregon Frosh won their third straight gunio from Oregon State Rooks Friday, 11 to 4. i. Shortstop Jack Gordon's two home runs and nine errors by the Rooks gave Oregon an easy victory. TM Frosh scored three runs on five Rook errors in the first inning and added scores In the fourth, sixth, eighth and ninth innings. : . .'".T COUGAKS WIN ' Pullman, Wash., May, 23. Taking 11 out of 15 firsts,' Washington State College Friday outscored Vrrfversity of Idaho and University of: Montana combined and mon-opotrd -G8', of the-meet's 164 points: Idaho was second with 41) '.-j While Montana got 16 points.. bhe will teach in the same school again next year. They went out by wav of Bend and Burns and returned over the Old Oregon Trail. They stopped at The Dalles for a short vi'it at the E. H. Olm-stead home Tuesday. Guy Derrv has been on the sick list but is able to be around again. Mrs. Bert Folks is in the Corvallis hospital where she had a major operation. Mr. and Mrs. Workman of Lebanon spent Friday night and Saturday with her brother Jesse Lam-phere and wife. Mr. and M.iv. Alfred Flickinger are spending the week at the hut springs in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Wellie Kester and family of Rickreall snent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Kester.. Shedd Shedd. Mr. Fuge of Oregon City spent several days last week here visiting with his daughter Mrs. John Cox. At the recent Garden club meeting delegates to the state convention at St. Helens, were ap- pointed as follows: Mrs. "Ernest present. Mrs. Vine Norris of Portland was a week end visitor at the Milo Choate home. Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Cancella nnd family of Portland were Sunday guests p the -hnoio of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sprenger. j Harold Shuuu u..U Rela May Shedd drove to Corvallis Monday evening where Reta broadcast j,, the 4-H club hour over . " station KOAC. Nei, FarweU js m with eoid and complications at his home onst nf ShiwM. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ruble and ; mot j;.ji, tli s.mrfav m spent Saturday and Sunday at the Clay Stone home. Mrs. C. J. Shedd entertained the Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church at her home on Wednes- 'day afternoon. Mrs. Lura Malson, iMrs. Mary Coon and Mrs. Hubert V ' McDonald assisted with the enter- , tainment. ! The Sewing and Cooking club of -the grade school under the super- ; vision of Mrs. Dorothy Merriam gave a tea Wednesday afternoon in honor of the mothers of the- i members. About 35 were present. rSAM r e w ie 1 SONG! SPLENDOR! SPECTACLE! Warner Bros.-First National Hit . . . with RUBY KEELER DICK POWELL JOAN BL0NDELL JACK 0AKIE esdav. they were accompanied byai;, r..,, Fmiiv nt rnniii lege late Friday appointed members of the intercollegiate athletic board in whose hands all O. S. C. athletics will be placed. Appointments, subject to approval of Chancellor I'. M. Hunter, are: Theodore P. Cramer, Portland; G. R. Hoerner, member of the Corvallis experiment station staff, and Ralph Coleman, professor or jphysical education, representing alumni. Barometer, representing students. C. V. Rusek, professor of sous; B. T. Sims, professor of veterinary medicine, and E. M. Smith, manager of the college business office, representing faculty. Hal T. Hutchinson, Portland, former president of the O. S. C. Dads' club. President Peovy said the new board will meet probably next week to organize and elect its own chairman. Immediate business will be to consider selection of a manager of athletics. Carl A. Lodeli, present graduate manager, whose office was abolished in the reorganization plan, has directed athletics in recent years as part of his other duties. ACHIU VICTOR IN FAST, CLEAN BOUT AGAINST CASTILLO Albany wrestling fans were treated to a fast, clean and scientific wrestling match last night at the Albany armory, the match be ing sponsored by the Albany fire- men. Walter Tinket "Sneeze"! Achiu, the speedy Chinamun, and Pasquel Castillo, Spaniard, who gives the impression that he is about to go into a Spnnish fandango, with his graceful movements, put on one of the best exhibitions seen in Albany in the past several years. Speed combined with science were the weapons used by the two. Achiu took two falls to win from Castillo. hi iiiu m.-n w-i-iu .jikw.i- i It.n Giibn.1 In the first set-to "Sneeze tri- umi nw-i m.- niun-juii "c iard in 10 minutes and 26 seconds with a flying body flip and body press. Cnstillo. nfter 5 minutes and 30 seconds took the second fall with a series of arm twists and body pitas. Several times during the match Achiu seemed non-plussed over the holds Castillo brought from his bag o( wrestling tricks. At one time the two found themselves in a leg tangle, which required the referee to untangle them. ' The third fall came after 5 minutes and 3(1 seconds of torrid wrestling. The Chinaman pinned the Spaniard with a shoulder butt and body press. The spectators showed their approval of the match by their applause, as there was a lack of eye gouging, kicking, rabbit punching, and the rest of the show stu:f of the grunt and groaners. In the semi-final Abdul Knhn the terrifying Turk from Seattle, lost on a loul to Bill Bennett. Kalm took the first fall in 11 minutes with a hanimerlock, Bennett the second in 45 seconds with a body scissor nnd shoulder butt. After much eye gouging, choking and kicking, Achiu. who was refcreeing, became disgusted with the Turk and raised Bennett's arm, awarding him the fall on a foul. To complete the act, Knhn gave Achiu a kick nnd then ran to his dressing room. 11 Tidings. U You and I. 16 Road. j 18 To harden. 19 Rodent. 21 n la an official, fl Hastened. 25 Pine tree. 9 Evil 28 Seed bag. 39 lneane. 30 To embroider. 32 Soft tood. 33 Drunkard. 36 Pale. 87 To decay. 38 To value. 39 College official. 41 Insensibility. it Cavern. 43 To spill. 46 Preposition. 46 To Me at ease. 47 Meadows. 49 Skillet. 61 Form ot "be." 64 African tribe. 66 Musical not. 66 Senior. 6 U S E Its 2 To lend. S More distant. 4 Railroad. 5 Valley. ' 6 He Is a : Republican presidential (pi.). 7 Pungent bulb. 8 Northwest. 9 Immerses. 10 Olive shrub. had as Sunday guests Mr. and cently of Mrs. J. A. Hoard, Mr. Mrs. Silas Eddy ot Corvallis. j Hunt's daughter. Mrs. Mattie Burkhart, who has Miss Dorothy Crawford has re-spent several weeks in Redmond i turned to Portland after a visit Mi-s Bettv Huffman of Albanv. Mr. and Mrs. Dan A. Roth were visitors Wednesday near Hubbard attending a farm sale and visiting relatives there. . Oliver -.' Snvrr. Mrs. E. B. .Gobat vis- ited her son-in-law and daughter, Mi', and Mrs. Frank Miller, at To - ledo last week. Mrs. Lottie Smith of Sdem vis - ited her sister. Mrs. II. F. Coucy, and fcmilv Wednesday. Mr- Mirf Tmn'io-n iw"iy 4 cnrvj rtT,e i m m sic; 5:45, What the Educators are.wun her parems, Mr. and -Mrs. i Doinx: 6.00. The Dinner Concert; Dud hampion. .. ENDS SATURDAY THEV VO. Mabel, Mr. and Mrs. John Shepherd and son Darrell visited Mi's. David Slack at the Lebanon hospital last Thursday evening. Mrs. Slack was released from the hospital Friday and is convalescing at the home of her sister in Corvallis. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prokop had their guests Monday, Mr. and Mr. Wilsie Young of Portland. The Riverview school with Mrs. B. Sacre of Monmouth as teacher, closed last Friday. A basket dinner and ice cream was served' the school house. A health cantata in two acts wns presented by the school at the regular meeting the Farmers Union Saturday evening. Those attending the school program from a distance were A. Sacre and two daughters of Monmouth and Lloyd Jacobs and Mary Louise Noble of Corvallis. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson and son. Julius, drove to Canbv Sunday morning" to visit at the h""ie their daughter and sister, Mrs. Demor Germyer and family. Julius Johnson returned home Monday afternoon and the parents left Pimliv Mnminv on a irin to Atlnn- T-, tn v'isit a rinnahlpr. Mrs. Christina Johnson, and family and Kx,ra, Iowa, to visit a son, Al- bel.ti and fomilv. Thev expect to awav several weeks. Little Deloris 'Zeller was quite seriously ill at her home of several davs but is greatly imp'oved. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sommer, Sunday evening were Mi nnd Mrs. Russell Knighton of Albanv. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Holt drove Dayton Sundnv to vi-Mt at Mrs. Holt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Stoutenberg. M' s. Stoutenbert has been quite ill but is very slowly recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Al Kief and son-:, Lorin and John, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Leigh-ton. Mrs. McNoun. Mrs. Steve Cren-show and Mrs. Fred Gentry were Albany shoppers Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith and mother. Mrs. Minnie Smith, returned from Portland Saturday where they had been for a few weeks owing to the illness of Mr. Smith, who has been in a hospital in the city. Mrs. Elsie Bartnick. who has employment at the Dave Looney home near Jefferson, spent the weekend at the home of her mother. Mrs. Lorn Piatt. Roy Leighton has been ill for several days but Is able to be out ai'n'n. - Mr. and Mrs. John Shepherd and son Darrell drove over to the Shelby home Monday evening where Darrell attended the 4-H stock club. The president and vice president nf thp heen plnb piv'" re- 69.65 48.00 48.00 67.60 94.20 Creater Comfort, Economy, Pleasure, In Triin Travel Ntw dlux Coacht. latest . Touriat and Standard Sleep. ing Cars; nneat Dintne. Cats, - with low priced meals, Ob. Brrvarion.Club.Lounfe Cars, Sleeping car chargea reduced. tftewe famous trains Vie SPOKANE nd ST. PAUL slightly higher consult Southern ...A million dollars worth of spectacle and stars! State Official Answer to Previous Puule ,'iltJlUZOSTAL 1, TCMsf 'official ilof V. 8. state T flri . ; ., 'H , Conscious. ' AD 6 P EgPAnAa; Willi her daughter, returned home ' Thursday. , Mrs. Alva Byers and Bernard spent the weeK end lit Yuncalla with her sister, Mrs. Tom Watson. Mrs. Winnie Marshall and Mrs. Crow ot Albany drove to Waui- purt and on to Florence Sunday iu see me rhododendrons. Mrs. (jutiolt ot luuniaih Falls spent several days- of last week Robert Baker, teacher of the Knox Uutle school, look the 4-rl ciub boys ot lus school to the coast -on un ull day picnic last Saturday. Harrisburg Harrisburg. The silver tea given Wednesday, at tne nonio ot Mrs. A. L. McAfee drew a good attendance and added 7.i!5 to Hie library tund, Mrs.- Royal Douglas gave a .reading and lvus. J. W. uioorc sang, ihere were .several antiques on display, h. K. uuriun furnished a hoin cup which lie had bougnt at the Sir Walter Scott home on the Tweed river, also a MiuKe made ol bog oak limos. Mis. Chris Sorenson showed a number antique wiucn sue acquu ca u short tune ago while on u trip tu lemnai-K. Hie christening robe of the MeAtee tamily, nearly luo years old, was shown as well us several other aged relics. ' The garage building occupied by C. A. Gilbert has been bold to W. A. Wrignu This is one ot me pieces of property which' was tah-ui over uy Hairisbuig citizens when tne bank here wus 'reorganised and is me third piece iu ue sold since the change. Mr. Wright will nuiKO some improvements in the building and lease it. Mr. unbelt will pruuubly continue - in the garage business. tiedeiick ciaiucr was a Portland visitor on . a business n ip mis week. Mrs. James Sterling of San Francisco, wno has been visiting here and her sister, Mrs. Alexander Green, were Portland visit- WINES Selected and bottled (or you by America's largest winery . Roma Win Company, Inc. . . Lodi, California . "Pott MottaUf VrhiUPor 50 QT.-$1.50 GAL. i lANOV.MUCIOUS fHI SMAtl APMTIlfR ROMA fJrl).WiffllTO: Tim- I SUNDAY'S DOUBLE BILL n o F.v-ning Farm Hour New Publications: 6:45 Market and t..iop tu-porls and weather forecast; 7:u0 music; 7:45, Science News of the week; h:iu Music or tne raas- ters; 0:00-9:15, United Press News. 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