Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 13, 1936 · 6
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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · 6

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Monday, April 13, 1936
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) i . THE"A"L-B'ARY DEMOCRATS ERAUDy ACB ARYrOKECOR PAGE SIX Cord et ux, 160 A, top 13 S, R 3 j breakfast in the social rooms of the "OUT OUR WAY" By WILLIAMS church after the early service west. Word This Very Day, tenor, bari-J ton and chorus, Malcolm Medler,! John Medler; Third Word Worn-J an. Behold Thy Son, soprano, ten-j On Sunday afternoon at five o'clock the choir presented the OAKS MAINTAIN LEAD; CAPTURE Maranda Wigle to Charles extr., land Ip 14 S It 2 west. Charlie R S ft ux to Call- taster caniaia ine an K,;tm,. rhnru. Mrs Mer-' 1-,. Fl 1 1-w i itnHir ' t " KIRKSEY PICKS CUBS, YANKEES : FOR BIG SERIES tan r Marv pi ui. land tn 12 S H 2 Words of Christ' Kenneth ih HirPf-tinn of Miss Lena Medler , vin Gilson. jonn weaier, west. C NEARLY BCEAfc MV NECK. ON A FLOOB. ';wA PULL OF B-3 NEARLY SCARED J "-js. V. 1 V TO CEATM VV1MEU I TP OVER A CAM A----i y . .VOOOR-A PET FBDO IM THE BASE- MT s X. "C", V a flMEN-T-A CRIPPLE? BIRD IMA ."- tvcNv . vff ". 1 BASKET WE VMYBEIW tCUCOL. - AC ' I eUT HE'S ALWAYS HOME, n 1 - rp i ' j rJ1- rV - SERIES 5 TO 2 Amos Roth et ux to Edward "u"u" , , nh mX Roth et ux land to 12 S R 3 went Malcolm Medler and John Medler, FiL-r r wh,ik. it T to i ot Portland, as assisting solo-Elmer G. Whitaker et ux to d M Jessje gkinner at Barbara Whitaker, land tp 12 S, H the'pian0. The complete program 3 west. i ii,.,.. Eichner; 'Fourth Word My Cod, bariton solo, Malcolm Medler; Fifth Word I Thirst, tenor, baritone, chorus, Malcolm Medler, John Medler; Sixth Word Father Into Thy Hand, tenor and chorus, Norton Pengra; Seventh Word It Team of Tacific Coast league - New York, April 13 A lonuj Elsie Sinclair et vir Barbara ! . . Introduction, "All Ye People, travelled to new battlegrounds to Is Finished, soprano, tenor, bari- time ago when Abner Doublcnay first invented baseball, he culled 'soprano solo, Mrs. Arthur Pengra; i First Word Father Forgive Them, 'tone, cnorus. mrs. wervm Whitaker, land tp 12 S R 3 west. Mury Voder el vir to Barbara Whitaker, land tp 12 S, R 3 west Nancy Whitaker to Barbara I III t J Vi '! U-Ife-rif. U fN a companion aside and said - "Get yourself a good pitcher and tenor, bariton and chorus, Norton Hatcoim mear, Pengra, Kenneth Eichner; Second prayer, chorus. you 11 have a winning team v. The same still goes today 97 years after the first baeball game was plaved in Cooperjtown. N. V., the 1833 pennant race will open tomorrow in the major leagues and the two pennant winners will be Two lovable pals... companions in gay romance . . . fighting their way from poverty to riches! Whitaker, land tp 12 S, R 3 west-1 John H. Witakcr et al to Bar- ba:a Wbi taker, land tp 12 S, R 3 west. Bat bara Whitaker to Amos Roth et ux, land tp 12 S, R 3 west. W. R. Graham et al to Elvera Ha i gelt, lot 6, blk 8, New Cas-cadia. " j Shaw Investment Co. to F. H. ! Pfeiffer et aL NW',4 blk 102, Mon- teithe's So. add, Albany. j S. V- Burr et al to Frank Cross et ux, 3.87 A, tp 13 S, R 1 east. ! Charles Davis to E- H. Bohie et ux, part blk 2, Osborn's add to Lebanon. I Joseph A. Blakely to Bertha M. i McCluren, 2.21 A, tp 13 and 14 S, 1 K 2 west. . Ray M. Waltz et al to Eva Tern- ' pleton, Brownsville property, S. E. Habersham et ux to Bessie ' day with the Oakland Ouks still perchrd at the head of official listings. ; -y--- . . v The Oak maintained a game and n half lead over the Seattle Indians Sunday by dividing a double header with the Portland Beavprs and emerging from the series with five victories in seven starts. Score of the first game was 11 to 7 in favor of Portland, while the Oaks annexed the' second 8 to 7. The Beavers scored four times in the 11th inning of the first game to .drive Floyd Olds from the mound. Olds had replaced Ludolph and in turn was replaced bv Hal I laid. The league leaders hit 19 times to Portland's 13. Bill Pose-del, Li.skn and Flvnn were summoned to halt the Oak barrage. Portland started . the second game with four runs in the third, driving Conlan to the showers. Behind Ken Douglas, however, tho Oaks rallied to win out on nine hits off George Caster. Seattle wound un its series with Sacramento bv splitting the Sunday double bill, losing the first 5 to 3 and winning the second 4 to 1 . Ofiborn, Lucas and McOougal allowed the Scntators seven hits while Tribe batsmen clipped Chambers delivery for seven. Plckrell set the Sncr.-.mentans down with three hits in the seven the teams with tne Best pucning staffs. t Those two teams are the Chicago Cubs in the National league and the New York Yankees in the American league, in the opinion of this observer. .'. The National league will be a two-club race between the Cubs and the St Louis Cardinals. No other team will make a serious bid lor the Pennant. The Cubs will win but with a driving finish in September not a , 21-game winning streak such as brought them, last year's laurels, but a sustained drive that will beat the Cards to the wire. , I The American league will see a 1SSEELEL Mulkey et al, lund tp 13 S, R 4 west. - A. J. Goodman et ux to H. A. Macy, 110,36 A, tp IS S, R 3 west. Mae Booth Junes to W. L. Bu-cher, 80 A, tp 14 S, R 1 east. ding-dong battle- between four clubs the Tigers, -; Yankees, Indians and Red Sox, - The Yanks will win, as old Ab-tier Doubleday said, because they ..v . ,,-Av; I ,'' ttAtu" T KMC M. t. I . , l " " iOJV f."TU 20th Century-Fox Hit with LEO CARRILL0 AR LINE JUDGE ALAN DINEHART UCAn ftC I n,mo over half a million. With Mn HirVpv hA l honrtimf met, Pearson, Broaca, Ruffing and FORMER. MAJOR LEAGUES NAME BATTERIES Seven Lost Words Presented by Choir ! inning nightcap while Mead and AMERICAN ASS'N. for the Pugi'l Sound country where IS ALBANY VISITOR,h"y wi" visit mp Tamulls will carry the big pitcn-ing load for the Yanks and will be assisted by Brown, Malone, Had-ley, Murphy and Sundra. No other American league club can match that staff when the heat is on in NOW I FOR FIRST ft AMES Andrews yielded six. ruK riKi ijAMti T))e gpHt b.n ww SeatUe five ! , , , ; wins in seven starts. New York. April 13. Probable j A third divided brace of cames Lebanon. (Special) Special Easter services at the Methodist Thomas J. Hickey, organizer of Softboll Meeting August and September, Slated for Toniqht batteries for the oprninn games of found the Mission Reds losing a ! thp tnuinr leauue sed'fin: imnrnino rlah nonirmt T.ns Anpples me ihujui ledjjue H'a.'wi, ThTtwotSne champion Tiger, ""l" f""- Pi- dent since l 1000, was in Albany to won t crack up. They 11 make a jft to 1 and winning the afternoon church began on Thursday evening with a candlelight musical service by members of the choir. The white robed singers in the dimly lit church made an impressive picture and presented a program that was greatly enjoyed by the large . , . I ! NationnJ League; Signing of teams and discussion ; , . . . of league play for the Softball lno,; , nrooklvn (Mungo and Mros) . same 8 to 4. The Missions nosea day, visiting his brother, W. F. Hickey. Itickey was retired from his presidency last season, and now AT THE VENETIAN PLUS FRANK BUCK'S "Fang and Claw" HURRY! ENDS TONITE! race of it and get beaten out by a better club. The Indians will push the Tigers for second place. They (out a 4 to 3 edne, in the series. w take o are ton in it at the c tv"' " v--""'"" "y holds the position of chairman of hull al 7 Sn nrloonlnn finm nil ,.f I liil)CUSO). -Might win the pennant with a TiUKiii win trie utriuiaiit wiui OUV a liiuv uuuuitr win, nut .r. . t . . , . catcher like Cochrane or Hemsley the association board ,lust year's squads as well as sev- Boston (MacFnyden and Lopez) the San Francisco Seals 6 to 5 in His record is one of the lonee-.t eral new ones are expected." jat Philadelpliia (Davi, s and Wil- (the opener find closin with a 3 to in baseball history. For 43 years Mi St'veral important phases are son). of the Browns. They have a pennant-winning pitching staff but feaven't the receiver to handle it. ' Th Rrwtnn Rmt Sox have im aumence. On Sunday morning the Metho-1 dist church joined with the other churches in an Easter sunrise service held at the high school campus at six o'clock. Fair weather prevailed and the largeit crowd he has been connected with the slated for the confab, among them 2 defeat of Sad Sam Gibson, Seals ace hurler, whom they found for nine hits in seven innings while fhifiiln f Hftii-niibn t t A Ifnrt. ummuna spori, always in un ac being the number of teams to be)nc,,n fU s, Lo()is (J Doan mij y proved their club offensively but tiv' position. As president of the I Term Plllette was permitting six. The dual victory gave the Padres haven't helped the pitching staff. American Association he kept that league Intact through 3(1 cam tlllli till 1 '''K-U fllgu UIIIV0( PilUhmuh Mtlnntnn nml Tr,H,tH"" " . ' ."V" . 2 i a year since im cusiom ,vC i t ' tine series oy a iour 10 uiiei- mui- was establ shed several years ago. a Cincinnati Derruiger and Lom-jEin. Members of the MethodisTgroup uurdi). Seattle plays the Senl.s at San friends were entertained at American League: ; Francisco this week while the Mis- - Vancouver Driver Hurt in Speedbowl paigns without a single change in its original eight club membership. The Association, along with the Pacific Coast league and the International league, is one of the-three clam AA loops in the nation. Prior to the Spanish-American The Cubs will tvat off all the challengers with 'Warneke, considered by many competent critics to be the greatest pitcher in either league, "Bill Lee, Larry French, Charley' Root and Texa Sarleton, What help they need they'll get from Mike Kowalik, Roy Henshaw, Clyde Shoun and Clay Bryant. That bunch will win 86 games, New York (Gomez and Dickey) Ifions P'ay sacramenro hi i w ..i,i. (v....,., .i n,;i. tcr's home grounds. San Diego ton;. meets Oakland and Portland ' moves to Los Angeles. war, Hickey organized the Western association, which prospered until Spring Bargains In Hlardvvare During Roscoe Ames' Northern Sales the war called a halt to its activi- Portland, Ore., April 13. Frank Wearne of Pasadena won the 40-lap main-event at the season-opening auto races at Gresham speerihowl Sunday. His time wa;; 20:56.03. Wmidy WoiKiford, Los Angeles, 'Viis seennii, and Ray Chase. Portland, third. Detroit ((Rowe and Cochrane) at Cleveland (Harder and Pytluk). St- Louis (Andrews and Ham-sky) at Chicago (Whitehead' and Sewell). fc pood enough to take the flag Th. rarAm uriii mak tho Cuh Attor tne war ne re-nraanizod Real Estate Transfers Philadelphia (Dietrich and Ulaye-.) at Edston (W. Fcricll and R. FcrrellJ. i Warren H. Davis et ux to Donald L. Weber et ux, land tp 13 S, R t east. Waller E, Smith to Prudential battle Into the dying days of Sep- virtually the same group into what ; tember, Dizzy and Paul and Par- the Western league. It is j melee will win about 60 games, but tll operating. ! St. Louis hasn't anyone "else to As retired president Hickey hasi makeup the deficit. : J hw contact with baseball. ' As for the Giants; they'll be Even while traveling about the; lucky to land a first division berth, country visiting friends, on eye is Their pitching staff is weakened. IP1 n foe national pastime. Aj Th. tnnsi itnnroved cluh . in new Innovation in (lie Association Less Anderson of Vancouver, i Wash., was hurt, not seriouslv, when his car struck two others and ! left the traclj. ' j SALEM SAFES ROBBED ! Ins. Co-, land tp 13 S, R 3 west, i George L. Mayer, deceased, by j trustee to G. V. Stoinmeyer et ux. Salem, Ore,, Annl 13. Burglars took between $4;i(( and $500 trom Ivi't, uiifftc nt thn r?i,nmn tnl Hjit- Sale Closes Saturday Night Sale Closes Saturday Night SEE WINDOW DISPLAY NOW Everything you can think of for your home and garden use. You will find toois to simplify and lighten your house-keeping tasks and what wonderful values. All new fresh Spring Merchandise purchased at low prices and brought to you at real savings through the power of group buying. tlin C).'. yesterday. One safe w-asjA'ny PrPcr,ty; , . , ii.i.... .. ,i,., ii,-nr ..,..i,..h I Chancy Sickels to Cliai Icy G. the voBBs made their escane all Hrmcr ct ux, property in Ilalsey, either league will be the Cincinnati Sunday openers for the loop I GREEK PRFMP't 'iES Reds. They have three pitchers, led Hickey to town this morning ; Athens. April 13. Premier Con-Derringer, Schott, and Hollings- 1 search for news of the games' Ftantine Demerdjis died today, worth who will- give the best of outcomes. i Drmerdjis was found dead in Iwd them trouble. That kid infield An imnortant factor in the sue- by his parents. Ho had been ill of won't have to' take off Its hat to C" ' 'he American Association, embolism for ten days. Gen. John many others. Chuck Dressen, who np M'd. was the relative size of Metaxas, vice premier, was named R. A. I'.abb Hdwe. Co. to Olaf O. in S3 minutes. Police estimated at least four men had done the job. Verding. land tp 9 S. R 3 east. W H. Howard ct. ux to J. O. Brown, Albany property. Elizabeth Hillman to Irvy C. Mc- Democrat-Herald Want Ada M One Of the DOSt ''managers in u,r ineiuuer t.-iiKt nuut' uicm iu aum-ni i-,i'int'iuji. ill? win iimi hlnn , imrlnr pnnnnn wmuWinn nU-n the fdreiun portfolio. Baseball, may have the miracle club of 1936 under his wing. Watch them., . . . 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