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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 28, 1940, High Point, North Carolina A Are Pixa a pc. The High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of High Point North Carolina sunday. April 28. I 140 Wake Forest Wallops Duke. Ii to i Byrne gives devils four Safe blows Ere and there Deacon Southpaw fans 14 in racking up fourth straight the football brass hats at the Hub North Carolinas football mad wheel have certainly mixed up a mess of Acks for saturday october 26. Grid fans Are certainly go Wake Forest Anri 27. G to be crossing track on that Date. Two a a must games _ fat _ Southpaw Tommy re scheduled for the same afternoon and now state col borne held Duke t0 four scat. Be makes the Issue All the More confusing by a Hedu my ered hits and Stulck out 14 Mississippi state for the same night. For a your in to mation men today As his Wake for. N hat Date Carolina plays Texas Christian a must and Defeated the Blue Uke goes to Wake Forest which is few it. Then g bar ins is further complicated by the fact a Ftp Al of a a de i Southern conference baseball e Duke Boss has a very Strong and definite aversion to a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Triangle opens tri City slate today y esterday a results ight games which Means that a shift of the Deacon Devil Junior it �?zh0 attle to Friday night is highly improbable. Or. Wade is a a jts in f0ul. To egg Star it determined Man. The question of Carolina switching to a Forest s scoring in Tho Harvey Mathews our shop Foreman thought of this solution and hell probably Tell the Boss his grandmother died on that Date. Harvey suggests that either Duke Wake Forest or t . Play at to of clock in the morning. The other game would be played in the afternoon. Atter two games then everybody could Hae one big belly full of football games by going to a third game on that night when state and the mississippians tangle. Messy Ain t it promoter sergeant l. C. Mcmahon the Blind world a Veteran May miss his matches monday night. He was Ken to the Hospital last night for closer observation of a particularly painful abdominal trouble which the Medicos got three Itier Wake third Ami ight time conflict on Friday is out for the simple reason Jat Kenan stadium int equip Ted toi night games. I Over Duke this season. Wake Forest went into the Drivers seat in the third when Byrne singled John Fletcher sin i led scoring Byrne and Fletcher i then after Fred Eason was put j out. John Polanski walked and j Pete Hon balk singled scoring Hoyle and Williams. Dukes Lone run came i the eighth after Eddie Stokes tri j pled. The next Batter crash j Davis knocked s grounder to Hoyle but Hoyle threw wildly and shrikes came Home. The Victory was Byrne s fourth j this season against no defeats. Tommy has pitched la 1-3 innings. Has struck out 4 4 and has yielded but 12 hits and ave runs. I americ an league Cleveland 4 Detroit 2. Philadelphia 8 Boston 3. Washington 3 new York 2. St. Louis 6 Chicago 2. National league Brooklyn 4 new York i Chicago 4 St. Louis 0. Philadelphia 3 Boston 4. Cincinnati 3 Pittsburgh 0. International league Montreal to Baltimore 2. Buffalo 2 Newark i. Toronto 4 Syracuse 0. Rochester i Jersey City 2. American association St. Paul 3 Columbus 7. Milwaukee 3 Indianapolis 8. Minneapolis 3 Toledo 0. Kansas City 4. Louisville 3 la innings. A Southern \s80ciation Nashville 7 Knoxville 3. Memphis 4 Birmingham 3. Atlanta 2, Chattanooga 0. Only game scheduled. Eastern league Williamsport 8 Elmira to. Springfield 2 Hartford 3. 5 Scranton 3. Piedmont Rocky mount 8 Portsmouth 2, Tings. Richmond 8 Durham Asheville 3. Charlotte i to in speedy recovery Sarge la is sort of in ginning to Dawn on the populace that High Point really hrs a crack Little Amateur boxing team. Thus far none of the boys have caused Joe Louis to lose any sleep bul that does no to Tell the Complete Story. Our outfit is Well fortified in every weight with one or two thoroughly capable leather slingers. In four inter City bouts thus far Only in one Case has a High Point boy lost by any margin to speak of. That one time was when an Over enthusiastic 118-Pounder without much experience chose to climb into the ring with a Veteran 126-Pounder. Our Young Man took a sound thumping for his troubles that night. The stiffest test yet for the local to s will come Friday night when they will probably Trade leather with the Danville va., team an outstanding aggregation boasting of a squad of 60 from which to choose. The Box acor e Duke a r h o Wake for. A r h o Pierce if 3 0 0 i Fletcher 2b 3 i i 0 Jessup xxx 10 0 0 Hoyle a i 2 0 2 Mcafee of 4 0 1 0 u 6 in is i 2 0 smoke la 3 11 9 Eaton of 4 0 i 0 Davis 2b 4 0 2 i pol Al 3b 2 0 0 i Price 3h 4 0 0 0 Horchak of 3 0 i 0 Kohler of 3 0 0 0 Eulaler of i 0 i 0 Byam a 4 0 0 0 Reid la 4 0 010 Spuhler c 6 0 0 3 Sweet c 4 0 114 Morris e too 5 Byrne p 4 2 3 0 Shan h n xxx i 0 0 0 sch car e too 4 Weaver p too i m Chan x too 0 mock p too 0 Ruffa xxx 0 0 0 0 totals 32 i 4 3 4 total 30 6 to 27 a hat Frt for we or in 5th. Xxx batted for m Ria in Quot the. Xxx batted form Lack in 9th xxx batted for Pierce to 9th. Bucky Walters Blanks bucs with 3 hits Cincinnati goes Back into win column with 3 to 0 Triumph Cincinnati april 27.�?of a Bucky Walters returned the Cincinnati reds to the win column today with a Brilliant three hit. 3 to 0 shutout Over Pittsburgh a pirates. Bucky helped himself generous j in in his second Triumph Over the year getting a single to open the i fifth and scoring w Hen Lonnie i prey followed suit. Frank Mccor-1 Mick two Bagger scored the Little red second Sacker and except j for Ival Goodman s seventh inning Homer his second of the season that was the Ball Gate. I Pittsburgh so r h o Cincinnati a rho j l warier of 3 0 0 2 we brr 3b 4 0 10 i Rizika x 0 0 0 0 Frey 2b 3 113 i Bell xxx 0 0 0 0 o Man of 3 i i 4 j Elliott of 0 0 0 0 pm c k la 4 0 112 Garni if 4 0 0 3 Lombardi c 4 0 0 i p Waner of 3 0 0 i Craft of 4 0 2 2 Vaughan As 4 0 0 0 m m r k of 4 0 i 2 Fletcher la 4 0 112 Joost As 3 0 0 3 Davis c 4 0 12 Walters p 3 110 Bru Aker 3b 3 0 0 2 Gustine 2b 3 0 0 0 Bowman p 2 0 i 0 Alia Nis it a i 11 i s i ii 3-0 Victor to a open Loop Pla lard Perry and Ted Martin limit White Oak to four Safe hits in first game of tri City league in Greensboro special to the file reprise Greensboro april 27.�?the rejuvenated Adams Millis White sox of High Point behind the pitching of lard Perry and Ted Martin auspiciously opened their tri City league Campaign with an impressive 3 to 0 Victory Over White Oak Here this afternoon. A Quot a Perry allowed Only one hit during his five innings on the to oud. Highs whipped again 8 to 2 Salisbury gets but three hits but Bison make seven errors while his successor gave up Only three More in the other four heats. Adanis Millis scored in the Hist when runt Pierce walked went to second on Charlie Young a free pass and scampered Home on Industrial league. Hanes hosiery first foe at Willis Park Strong twin City nine comes Here of 2 30 to usher in first year of play the Hanes hosiery nine of Winston Salem comes Here this afternoon to help Triangle open its tri City league schedule. Game time is 2 30 at Willis Park. Triangle Inis been inactive Ainee thursday when manager Rill Morehead team took Adams a tells in by 3-2 More. This a the drat win for Triangle in the Darrell Eller s one timer. The second Adams Millis tally came fifth when deter Cook singled moved to second on the catchers error and scored on Young single Johnny Newton big slugger who played for the Woodmen in. T. High Point last year hit a trem a a if another at Empl in jobs Home run in the ninth in their , coneen.-. For held while so a a run Turin it. Mommies whip Concord 10-6 extra base hits pay off for Thomasville totals 30 0 3 24 total 33 3 i 27 a batted for l Wixner in eighth. Xxx ran for Arlzo in eighth. Score by inning r. I Pittsburgh. Too too 000 -0 j Cincinnati. Too 020 lox�?3 error Goodman. Runs batted in Frey. Goodman. F. Mccormick. Two i base hit f Mccormick. Craft a Mccormick. Home run Goodman. Stol-,1 in bases. Werber Frey. Double play. J a 1 Joost and Frey and e Mccormick j rulings j left on bases Pittsburgh 6. Cincinnati j i 7 Baxes on balls off Bowman i off lived by Bim frustrated to raise standing the Black Bison nine Sank deeper in the cellar when they succumbed to the Salisbury yellow jackets yesterday afternoon on the local Diamond. 8-2 the yellow jackets can thank j seven Bison errors for giving j them the Ball game. Third base i Man Harry Rothrock could not find the first baseman and he j accounted for five of the total miscues. Buss Overcash started on the i Hill for the lot als and pitched i Good Ball for nearly four he allow cd two walks and one hit. Then he was re a by Jack Hussey fireball 4 112 4 10 0 4 0 2 0 4 0 14 the Box score White Oak a rho Adams Morom of 3 0 0 1 Cook of of 4 0 i i Pierce 2b Murphy 2b 3 0 0 2 Young a Weaver 3b 4 0 1 0 Eller of Guffey a 4 0 12 Esfield la 4 0 2 8 step son la 4 0 013 l Cooper of 4 0 0 i Caviness of 3 0 0 0 e Cooper 3b 3 0 i i e Pickard c 3 0 0 4 Harvey c 3 0 0 6 d Pickard Ploll Perry p 3 0 0 2 Martin p 10 0 0 Hedrick 2b 10 0 2 Newton of 1110 totals 38 0 4 27 totals 31 3 i 27 the visiting Hanes team has been having a successful year counting among its victims Sev dial professional teams and College outfits. High Point College was the latest victim of the Strong Hanes attack yesterday in Winston Salem by a 10-2 count. This year the Hanes cubs last years third place winners in Tbs state Semi pro tournament Here has been combined with the Hanes hosiery and the result has been Abr to a powerful club. John Henry lanky Lethander who was selected on the All state team Here will Likely toe the rubber this afternoon against the local Triangle outfit. After a slow Start in the Industrial Triangle appear to have shaken the Early season Jinx and this afternoon should see the Hoster men at their Best of the season thus far. Dan Kirby or Fershee Fowler to slated for Mound City for the Triangle team. Y by inning. Apless yanks French clips Ose to nats cards again so Duke. Wake Forest error Price. Weave a is i to strokes Davis. Price morn 2, Schler. Weaver 3 r too too 010�?i coh 200 Akk 6 Fletcher Hoyle. Bysom 2, Mack 3. Ken Chase qut pitches new York Rookie for 3 to 2 Victory Washington. April 27.�? a it Oung Ken Chase is wild a a Arch Hare at times but very of it five at others pitched the a Ashington senators to a 3-2 vie by Over the new York Yankees Day with a great big assist by i buddy Lewis. The Nat outfielder singled in e last half of the ninth with a j ate on second to break up the me and hand Marvin Brener ? it yanks Rookie making hts big i ague debut a heart breaking to Back. Chase allowed the champions it five hits while the senators re touching Breuer for a total i nine. Re York the r ii o Wah ton a r h o Oettl a 3 10 4 Case of 4 0 11 Olfa 3b 3 0 1 0lewis of 4 0 2 0 a Kirk of 2 0 1 own sell la 4 0 010 j Ruer of 5 0 0 1 Walker if ill Ockry e 4 0 0 Trau 3b 3 0 10 Fordon 2b 2 11 i by d Orth 2b 4 0 i 2 Olgr n la 4 0 0 3jofshl a 4 0 2 3 Ruer p 4 0 0 0early c 4 10 8 Welaj 0 10 0 Chase p Sill total so 2y26 total 34 3 9 27 a two oui when winning run scored. A ran for Early in 8th. Score by inning r cd York. 100 000 010�?2 Ashington. 020 too q01�?3 errors hrs Rich Lewis. Early. As Jala close til 3. Rolfe 2 Dickey. Gordo 5, Dahlgren Breuer 2. Bloodworm Pofahl Chase 4 runs batted in base. Case Dahlgren. Lewis. Two base it Travis Gordon three base bite. Bae Case. Stolen Bate Lewi a trite. Sacrifice Chase. Double Playa Loo Worth. Pofahl and Wasdell too Worth Sud Wasdell 1-Eft on base new York 12 Washington 9. Bases on alls off Chase to. Off Breuer 3. Truck out by Breuer 5. By Chase 9 it by Pitcher by Chase t Dickey t lid pitch Chase umpires it Gram. Mem and Quinn. Time 219, 2 Illig baseball Wake Forest 6 Duke i. University of North Carolina avy i. Clemson 12 pies Terlan i. Virginia 14. V. M i. La. Univ. Of Richmond 8. William and Ary 3. Ho11th Carolina la Erskine s. Lenoir Rhyne 9 Western Carolina 2. Elon 14 Catawba 2. Davidson 13 the Citadel 7. Oglethorpe 7 Furman 3. Ollege Golf at Charleston. 8 a tire Citadel it a University of South Carolina 4 Chicago cub Southpaw turns in 4 to 0 win Over St. Louis St. Loris april 27�?�/p a Larry French the Chicago Cuba Veteran Southpaw who takes great Delight in beating the St. Louis cardinals and does it frequently shut them out for the second time tilts season today. 4 to 0. French whitewashed the cardinals 8 to 0, in Chicago eight Days ago. Bill Nicholson a doable with Banca loaded in the sixth inning was the cubs clincher driving in two runs and sending la a War-1 Nickp to the showers. Clyde shoun and Max Linier Fin to id. Chicago a rho St. Louin a r h o. Hack 3b 5 114 a Martin 2b 4 0 i 0 Herman 2b 4 0 0 3 gut Edge lib 4 0 0 0 Galan of 3 118 tauter of 3 0 0 0 be i Ber of 4 12 0 Medwick of 4 0 i ii Rich son of 4 0 12 Mize la 3 0 113 c avens la 4 i 114 Moore of 4 0 17 1 Todd c 4 0 2 1 Hopps a 0 0 0 0 j Mattie kit a 4 0 0 3 Marion a 4 0 12 French p 4 0 0 0 Owen c 2 0 13 Epps s 0 0 0 0 Padgett c 10 0 1 Warneke p 2 0 i 0 8houn p 0 0 0 0 j Martin u i o 0 o Lake is. 0 0 0 0 j Lanier p 0 0 0 0 i Jones a Zzz i 0 0 0 j total 36 4 8 27 totals 33 0 7 27 j a ran for Owen in seventh. Is a Ted for shoun in seventh. Zzz ran for j. Martin in seventh. Zzz ran for Moore in tilth Razz batted for Lanier in ninth. Score by innings r. Chicago. Too 013 000-4 St. Louis. Too too too o errors Mattick 2 Mise. Lanier. An slats Hack 2. Herman 5. Cavaretta Mattick 3, French 3 s Martin 3. Gutter Edge 3. Marion. Warneke 2. Lanier 2. Runs batted in Mattick Nicholson 2 Cavaretta. Two base hits Mize. Nicholson. Moore double plays Hack and Cavarretta Mattick. Herman and Cav Arietta Cavarretta unassisted. Left on bases Chicago 6 St. Louis 9. Base on Ball off French 2 off Warneke i struck out by French i. By Warneke 3, by lamer i. Hits off Warneke 5 in 5 1-3 innings off shoun 0 in i 2-3 off Lanier 3 in 2 hit by Pitcher by French Mize. Losing Pitcher War Neke. Umpires Stewart Mage Kurtli and Barr. Time 2 04 attendance 3,-709. Bidu is blanked Wake Forest april 27. A up a Wake Forest shut out the William and maty braves of Norfolk. 9-0, Here today in a Tenuis 4. Hoyle 2, Polanski 3, Sweet. I borne 3 run batted in will Lama 2. Horchik 2, Eason 2, Kohler. Two base hit William. Three base hit Sweet Eanon smoke. Stolen base Davie Hor Bak 2, William. Sacrifice Fuller. Left on base Duke la Wake Forest 7 base on balls off Birne 14 by mock j 7. By Weaver 6 Hiu. Off Weaver 7 n it 4 innings off mock 3 in 4. Hit by Pitcher by Weaver Hoyle by Byrne Ruffa. Wild Pitcher Weaver mock passed balls Spuhler. Sweet. Losing Pitcher Weaver. Ump Uta Mitchell and App ton. Time 2 42 Thomasville. April 27. A the Thomasville mommies Defeated the Concord weavers Here tonight to to 6. Extra base hits were the pay off blows for the mommies Leroy Bohannon hit a Homer with one on and John Thrift hit a triple with the bases loaded. Watts hit a Homer for the first Concord run. Henry Easley led the mommies with 3 for five. Box score Walter 3. Struck out by Bowman i. Late of the Bison. Uve Cash co Inlet by Pitcher by Bowman prey. Planned of a soreness in his Arm umpires Dunn and sear. Time i 56 an j wha transferred to the out attendance 5 959 today s pitchers new York. April 17.�? apr probable Pitcher in the major Lea gue tomorrow won lost record in parentheses Ameron i i Agi i St. Louis at c in ago Kennedy 9-7 is. Lyons 1-91. Ties Eland Ai Detroit Molnar 1-9 is. Rowe i-9. New York at Washington a Lun dra 0-0 a. Leonard 0-2. Boston at Philadelphia ale House 0-9 is Dean 2-0. National league Chicago at St. Lout a Lea i a. Mcgee 0-1 j. Philadelphia at Bostons Hight 1-1 is. Sullivan 0-0. Brooklyn at new York Wyatt 1-0 a. Gum Rrt 10. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati Butcher <0-1 it a. Thompson la. Concord a r b 0 Thomy tue a r h 0 Russello 2b 3 0 2 2 dry 2b 4 i i 2 Vaughn a 5 i 0 i Easley la 5 2 31 i Peche of 3 0 0 i Bohn on of 5 i i 2 Brown of 4 0 i i Leary of 3 i i 3 Watt 3b 4 2 2 i Sac an of 4 2 0 i pen ton of 4 1 2 i Lemon # As 4 i 2 2 Roger la 4 i 214 Thrift 3b 4 i i 0 pare e 4 0 0 2 a us c 4 i 2 6 d am Leo p 3 i 2 i Muter p 3 0 0 0 Bike a p i 0 0 c totals 396 la 24 score by innings totals 36 Roll 27 r major league leaders by the associated pre by the associated press batting three leaders in each league player club g a r h Wright. White sox i it 4 15 Mccosky. Tigers. 8 30 8 13 Rosa Bee. 6 21 5 9 Fletcher. Pirate. 7 26 4 la Young. Giant. 7 22 2 la Travis senators 8 27 5 la Concord Thomasville 040 too 020 6 330 too 40x to error Peche dry Saxenian Rogers runs batted in Leary. Lamonthe of Amoco Watt Russell. Easley Bohannon 2. Thrift 3, Pennington two base hit Easley 2 Lamonthe. Russello. Maut 2. Three base hit Thrift. Home runs Watts. F than non. Left on base Concord 6 Thomasville 5. Base on balls off d Amico 4 Breese 2 struck out by d Amico 2, Miller 6 hits off d Amoco to in 6 Breese i in 3. Passed Hall pare. Winning Pitcher Miller. Losing Pitcher Damico. Umpires Chapman and Vasitas. Time 2 00. Home runs american Fox Boston. Kuhel. Chicago. Johnson. Phil. Rolfe new York. Gordon. New York Heath Cleveland. Judnick St Louis. Boudreau. Cleveland National league Goodman. Cinch Natt Gilbert Brooklyn. 15 tied with one. Pct 484 .433 429 .423 .407 407 i Field. Husser lacked warm ups and i was wild from the drat. It was because of his inability to find the plate coupled with the errors that bused the big boy to Long the Canto. Tile High pointers secured four safeties to the yellow jackets three Aud both the local runs were earned while the invaders failed to tally a single earned run. The locals will go to Charlotte tuesday for the first of three Loop games next week. Box score and summary High Point a r h o Salisbury a r h o Pugh a 3 0 0 0 c Bowen of 4 i 0 2 Hoover of 4 0 0 3 Jon of Hayworth c 4 0 0 7 Willett 2b Hussey of a 3 110 Klutt a 3 Rothrock 3b 4 0 0 0 dry p 2 Lackey 2b 4 117 Moore la 3 i Upton la 4 0 2 9 Augait of a i Whitt of 4 0 0 1 h Bowen c o Cash of a 2 0 0 0 Wagner 3b 2 2 0 j Peeler of score by innings Arias Mill la. White Oak. Too Cio 001-3 too too 000-0 Load 5 0 2 1 4 111 5 0 0 2 4 i Oil 3 10 1 3 i Cio 110 0 Lai Bonse at Baltimore Loyola is North Carolina 3. Citadel noses out cats 66 to 65 in track meet Davidson. April 27.�?un�? the Citadel nosed out the Davidson a track team t�6 to 55 Here today in a meet that saw the Lead change hands on almost every event. Charley Brown gave the cadets the necessary margin when he leaped 21 feet. 34 inches to win the Broad jump after he had won a first in the 440 and a second in the 220. Total 32 2 4 27 total 32 8 3 3d score by inning r Salisbury a a. 000 in a High Point <>0 too 100�?2 error Rothrock 5. Over aah 2, Wagner. Jon. Home run Quasey two my hit Kluttz. Stolen base Over aah but on Ball off Hustey 8 off Over Cash 2 off dry 2 struck out. By dry 9 by Huey 6 left on bases. High Point 6. Salisbury 8 winning Pitcher. Dry. Losing Pitcher. Quasey. Umpire manat and Wall. Time 2 35. Attendance 400. College track at Spartanburg. 8 Newberry 75 Wofford 51. At Columbia pc Clemson South Carolina 44>a. At Richmond. A univ. Of mend to 1-3 v m i 35 2-3. At Davidson. N. A tha Citadel Davidson 65 86 i Rich boxing Lowes its a insides los Ain error e Cooper. I Pickard Stephenson. Murphy Harvey. Home run. Newton. Stolen Weaver. Double i amp a d Pickard to Stephenson. Young to Pierce to Sappenfield. Base on balls off Perry i struck out by Perry i. Hits off Perry i in 5 left on bases Adam Mil i is 6, White Oak 5. Winning Pitcher Perry. Losing Pitcher d Pickard. Umpire Culbertson and Hatcher. Time 1 35. % pole vault record tumbles at Drake beefs Bryant goes Shade Over it feet for new Mark Des Moines la., april 27.�? up a nearing into the air on a determined. Final leap beef a Bryan of the University of Texas mashed a 10-year-old record in the pole vault today when he Clearnt cd 14 feet one sixteenth of an Inch in the finals of the 31st annual Drake Belaya. The absence of More new records was attributed to a Gusty Chilly wind but the thrilling race and Field Evetta produced College Tennis at Clinton. S c prefab Tertan 7 College of Chari est it at Hickory n a Lenoir Rhyna 8. Western Carolina i. At Columbia s c South Carolina 4 the Citadel 3. At Lexington a Washington and Lee 6 Wofford i. At Wake Forest. N. A Wake Forest i. William and Mary Norfolk 0 at Lewisburg a Duke 9, Buckhall 0. J a splendid show of individual and team Talent. The University of Indiana relay teams which yesterday captured both University Medley events j won the four mile event today while Michigan triumphed in i both the one and two mile championships. I the wolverines mile Victory produced a thrilling finish when a Anchorman Warren Breidenbach came from behind to Pound Home by a scant foot ahead of Frank Church of Louisiana state who collapsed and plunged headlong into the cinders at the finish. Bryan rubbed out the record of 13 feet la inches Hung up by Tommy a me of Northwestern in 1930. This was beef us Best Effort in the North since he leap. # 14 feet two inches in the Kansas Belays a year ago. Editor s note Dan Parker spoils colliding for the new York Dally Mirror i one of the outstanding newspaper Quot i Ere in lids country. During Hie next two weeks Sample columns w ill be printed Iii i lie Enterprise of you like him write in. Of Hie Resky no a i Good enough his column will to printed in the Enterprise six dais each week women and children can bowl with us every tuesday and thursday until 7 p. In. And saturday mornings for Only 5c per line. Bowling is fun and a healthful recreation and its popularity is increasing in leaps and Bounds. Arcade amusement company Arcade building 4mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm in Dan Ivy he Ell new York april 27. A Joe Jacobs whose priceless sole isms became the nations catchwords is dead at the age of 4 1 bemused he failed to heed the Good advice embodied in the most widely quoted one of them All. Stricken with a severe pain around his heart a few Days acc fun Loving Russel insisted upon making the rounds As usual and dropped dead in a doctor s office to which he had finally been forced to go for treatment he should of stood in 1 bed. You Gael s death stills the nimble St brain and of Breaks up the f. Most color f u i team in the fight Racket. Everything Tony Jal Ento is he owes to the Peculiar Genius of the shrewd Little hebrew boy whose native wit a sharpened by a hard boyhood jul the Tough Lri a. Neighb o r la o o d where he was reared by a pious orthodox father there never was a combination like Jacobs and Galenic in All the Anglia or pugilist until Zumel look hold of i him late in his was practically unknown. Jacobs i brought out the colourful Side of Tony that All his former managers had overlooked and made him a National character almost overnight providing America with More belly laughs than All the radio comics put together. The Saga of Russel the muscle As Joe was called started when a pious jewish tailor came Here from Russia and settled above All places Iii hell s Kitchen. Here. Among first generation Irish american families he reared his blood the youngest and most precious of whom was Joe. Small and delicate Little Joey could us to Hope to hold hts own with the Tough Young Irish kids but he was compensated for his Lack of brawn by a keen brain which grew Keener As he used it to outsmart the Irish. While still in knickers the kids in those Days did no to Start wearing Long trousers at the age of eight Russel managed the two neighbourhood fighters Dave and Willie Astey. Attending Commerce High he Learned stenography and also some English and got a Job As office boy for dumb Dan Morgan thou the leading fight manager in new York. It did t take Little Joey Long to learn All of Dan s tricks and soon he brandied out for himself. During the world War he was i boxing director at Camp Hancock 1 ga., for Hie knights of Columbus Aud in i ii Post got along with the priests like one of the Irish i lads from i neighbourhood. After i the War in accumulated a stable j if fighters and quickly became recognized As one of Hie most resourceful pilots in the business with a flair for Ballyhoo that almost amounted to Genius. Only Jacobs would think of Matching an irishman with a Blackamor la Dublin on St. Fal Eer Galen Toricka a Day for the Light heavyweight title. The irishman was Mike Mctigue w Hom he managed and. Naturally. Mike won the title from battling Siki. The african in the Case. On another occasion Russel Mike and referee Harry Ertle whom he imported for the occasion had to flee in a automobile from Columbus ga., after a fight Between Mctigue Aud Young striding in which the a flux klan did no to like the decision in Lavor of Mike and threatened to show its disapproval with a length of rope. Jacobs acquired the sobriquet of Russel the muscle when he a muscled in Quot on m a x Schmeling who came Here from Germany in egg charge of a Ber a in sports writer named Arthur Buelow. Jacobs is generally credited with winning the heavyweight title for m a x by commanding him to stay Down and claim foul when Tony Galento Jack Sharkey hit him a questionable blow in the fourth round of their bout in the Yankee stadium in 19 30. Two years later in the Garden bowl when Sharkey won tile title from Schmeling on a doge decision. Russel was asked to say a few words Over the radio and in a voice Seething with indignation lie cried a we Vuz this immediately became a byword in boxing. Attending Hie opening game of ill a w orld series Between Detroit and St. Louis in 1934, he ran into a premature Snow flurry and exclaimed a i should of stood in bed the expression became a National slogan in a few weeks. A it Russel once brought the bitter criticism of his own people Down on his head by giving the Nad Salute in Hie ring in Hamburg. When Max Schmeling fought Steve Hamas. Accepting the outraged comments of hts co religionists with his usual Calm Russel inquired mildly a i wonder what they would of done if they were in the same Tough spot a As one who has criticised j a i cobs unmercifully i can attest i that he could take it Hefter than j anyone in the business. There was i never a squawk out of Jacobs and i when we met there was never a sign of unpleasantness. Of All the fighters lie managed i Jacobs idolized Only one a Max ii Schmeling. And Maxie rewarded i him for All he had done for him by treating him like an office boy near the end of their association after Hitler had invented the aryan race. Jacobs Best Job As a Ballyhoo Man was done on Galento whom lie picked up As a discarded Clown and. In a few months built into the contender for Joe i Ouist title who came closer to winning it than anyone else Joe has fought for the championship. Measured by the ethics of More respectable professions Russel was no Angel. Yet he never believed in injuring anyone unless it was absolutely necessary to do so in order to achieve his cud As in the Case of Arthur Buelow. And there Wasny to a More generous soul Iii the entire boxing Racket. Proof of this is that although lie made several fortunes he died practically Iii Hock. Anyone could get Russel a a Money with a sad Story. Into his 44 years he packed several hilarious lifetimes. Yet. He was Only in his prime when death swiftly struck him Down. In View of this his epitaph should be a Kwa Wiz robbed in to $7.50 a the newest finishing treatment for smart shoe styling is used on our Jarman styles for Spring just arrived Rich leathers in new Light tones hand rubbed to a perfect lasting finish drop in and look them Over today. A and consult our Jarman a style of scope to know a a which shoes to Wear with what a inc. Soa North main Street j mum in Iii if Winn new Iii i no limn i Amici a a mini Ujwari r re in

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