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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 28, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Sunday. April 28. 110the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Page seven Sec. Dodger w in seventh in lion behind Hamlin a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Bob Haney hurls no a no run game for a i Melrose whips Boudreau s Home Lino Penn relays Sedgefield horse show contestant hive tribe l top Lead Rookie shortstop homers twice in Cleveland s 4 to 2 Tomlinson by 13-11 score Oakdale ascends to top of Industrial league with 22 0 rout of Marsh lefty Bob Haney who has tossed some splendid Ball in this Section for various teams lit a new High yesterday As he tossed a no hit no run game for Oakdale against a Pamnani 4� old Newhouser 18-year-old de Marsh Fuini tur c p i Trout High school boy who was an Industrial league thai saw j making i first by vague Start Oakdale ascend to the top of the league standings with a 22-0 runaway of the cabinetmakers. Who were playing without the services of their Detroit april 27.�? up a two Home runs by Lou Boudreau the first of his major league career gave the Cleveland indians a 4 to 2 decision Over tire Detroit tigers today and boosted the tribe into undisputed Possession of the american league Lead. Leading off in the opening inning. Boudreau got his first Homer. The second came As loll opened the eighth and broke a 2-2 deadlock. Both were hit off har Mike naymick six foot eight Inch Cleveland Rookie limited Detroit to seven hits. Cleveland a r h o Detroit a r h o Boudreau a 4 2 3 0 m Cosky of 5 0 2 2 Weatherly of 4 0 i 3 Camp Ell of 4 i 2 2 a i Chapman of 4 0 i 5 Fox is i 0 0 cd manager Coke Miller who is tro Kyle 4 0 u2 0fh.ger 2b injured. Heath i in chalking up the dream game Kenner 3b of every Pitcher Haney walked j c Only two men and received nearly it. Rid Vinic k p perfect support from his mates. Smith a it so i \ it a it i. V the Jamestown club opened up its murderous attack on Bruce Jenkins in the Early innings and continued the assault on every 3 0 0 3 4 0 0 4 Grynberg of 4 i i 0 3 2 3 1 York la 3 0 0 6 3 0 0 1 Higgins 3b 4 0 0 i tool Bartell As 4015 3 0 10 Tebbetts c 2 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 Sullivan a i 0 0 0 Turnpu in Poopoo Newhar p i 0 0 i Averill Zzz 10 10 Metha a 0 0 0 0 Pitcher that Marsh marched to the Mound. Big Bill Ragsdale and pkg tier smashed five hits to Lead the slugging the winners. No eco Osborne connected three times in As Many trips to the Platter. This smashing win placed manager Dele Campbell s on top by a full game and at the present they look like the club to heat in the race. Terrific hitting has featured every win of the Oakdale team and with the pitching that they have been getting from Haney it seems that they Are going to be almost unstoppable on their drive to dethrone Triangle. Al Klim he Sim hts in the other Industrial league game played at the College Diamond. Melrose spurted to the eighth with seven runs and whipped Tomlinson in a High a coring tilt by a 13-11 score leading the winners slugging a i Ade was Dusty Cooke who slapped out three singlet and double to Pace both dub at the j Bat. Ironhead Weston chipped in on the slug est with a Home run and a single. Hugh Dean. Mel Coso third baseman connected safely three tim#1, manager rip Collins and shortstop Jinx Harris rapped out two hit to Pace the losing Tomlinson nine. This was the first win that Melrose has chalked and they Are now tied in the league standings with Triangle and Tomlinson with one win and two losses. The Box scores Oakdale Abrys March a r h o Osborn a 3 7 3 2 mint my 3 0 0 1 a Clark 2b 4 3 3 2 Hoo or of a 4 0 0 1 ramada of 7 3 3 1 Bly of la 4 0 0 3 Luquer of 7 13 3 la 2 0 0 6 a Camel la 7 i 2 a c Haney e 3 0 0. Bodgie of 7 0 0 1 7 2 3 0 aria 6 3 2 0 Webster 3b h Camel e m Haney p w Handy 3b 3 0 0 2 White of 3 0 0 4 j Havre 2b 3 0 0 3 in Nelna p 10 0 0 Eldridge p i 0 0 0 Pugh p 0 0 0 0 Brook of 10 0 0 Floyd of a too total 33 4 to 27 totals 33 2 7 27 a Batt a for Tebbeu in ninth. A batted for Newhouser in ninth. A batted for Campbell in ninth. Zzz ran for Gehringer in ninth score by inning r Cleveland. Too 010 Oil Detroit. Too Ooi too error Weatherly. Tebbeu. Assist. Boudreau 4. Weatherly. Keltner 2 Mack 3. Non Lack 3. Gehringer 2. York 2. Higgins. Bartell 2. Tebbetts. Newhouser runs batted in Boudreau 3 Greenberg Artelj two base hit Greenbelt Home runs Boudreau 2. Stolen basis Keltner. Hemsley double play York and Bartell Bartell Oehr Lnger and York left on base Cleveland 3 Detroit i. Base on Ball off naymick 6 off Smith i off Newhouser 3 struck out by naymick i by Newhouser 6. Hiu off Naymark 7 in 6 1-3 innings off Smith 0 in 1-3, off Humphries 0 in 13, wild pitch naymick passed Ball teb Betts. Winning Pitcher naymick. Umpire Weisal. Mcgowan and Rolls time 2 13. Attendee 20.-33. Lianes hosiery in 10-2 win Over pc Winston nine rallies in late innings to trounce local collegians Winston Salem april 27.�? Hanes hosiery rallied in the late inning Here today and trounced High Point College to to 2, the game was tied at 2 All until the seventh inning when the panthers defense became lax and this coupled with poor pitching produced enough runs for the Strong hosiery nine to new up the Hall Seymour Franklin pitched the first four inning for the panthers allowing Hanes just for two run. T he Hanes hosiery team opens its tri City league schedule in High Point tomorrow afternoon at Willia Park at 2 3o. Meeting the Triangle hosiery nine of that City. Only one hit garnered in 10-inning game new Market april 27.�? Fate Sasser of Ilen Oln today went ten inning against new Market without Lett Iii a single Man receive a hit nit Lack of mip mgt it from tile meld in the ninth Aud i it ii i ii Frame let in tile tying and winning run. Tile final score was 21. Although there were three runs scored Only one safety was allowed during the ten inning with c. Hall giving up flu Only lit which ame off the hat of Alev Smith who hit tor tin circuit in the second Canto. I he new Market club crossed the plate in the la ill i la Ami lentil stanzas on errors. I ate Sasser struck out till hatters while his of quient used a fast breaking curve to strike Cill i it. Summary it Elk file Nola i i to v. My Ket Tami imm Imi i in a o 5 Batt firs Sasser and Silencer Hall Ami Vav Idle. Dimaggio is lost to yanks for week no Chance of american league batting Champ going Back into action immediately Washington april 27�?i/pi a Joe in mugging s Hopes of re fuming to the new York Yankee i lineup within a few Days were i Given a Jolt today following an examination of his right knee in lured in a pre season exhibition Janie with the Brooklyn dodgers i or. George Bennett Baltimore i Bone specialist said Joe might be Able to play within a week but the i world champions Ace outfielder a not so optimistic. Dimaggio i underwent the examination at i Baltimore this morning but was i Back with the club when they i opened a two game series with j the senators. A eau i know said Joe a is that i can thu and the doctor told me not to try until the leg Felt perfectly o. K. I was getting worried Iso i decided to find out just what j wan the matter. It May be some time before i return to or. Bennett however said the 193b american league Hatting Champion was Well in Hie Way to recovery. A Dimaggio a an Ordinary injury that any athlete would suffer from a wrenched knee a said the specialist. His condition warrants no special treatment and if proper care is taken Joe should be Hack in the lineup within a very Short time. Records fall but mile slow seven new meet Marks established before 32,000 spectators by Whitney Martin Philadelphia. Apr. 27. I up a the featured special mile race went in dog Trot time but the thousands of other athletes in the final i clays Competition of the 46th i annual Penn relays today i took up the Slack by placing the record output on a mass production basis. Before 32.000 spectators the High school and College youths accounted for seven new meet Marks including the one set yesterday and another broken twice j today and tied still another meet record. Walter Mehl of Wisconsin won j Over Chuck Fenske and Gene i Venzke in the special mile in j 4 25.x, the Only excitement being provided in the last 220 Yards As the Trio made a concerted dash for the tape after loping around casually for three and one half j j laps. Mehl finished about two j Yards in front of Fenske with i Venzke another two Yards Back. Bl.0/1s again Large Alfred Miosis of georg4 town had started the record j breaking orgy yesterday by put i Ting the shot 55 feet 5 3-8 inches j to displace the Mark of 52 feet j 95� inches set by William Watson of Michigan last year. Today the assault was renewed with vigor and late afternoon i saw the Hammer throw and pole i vault record added to the victims i j in the Field events and records set j i in the sx0 Yard shuttle hurdle relay the College so relay the j class b mile and the one mile freshman relay. The shuttle hurdle Mark was the one bettered twice. The one mile High school relay meet record was tied to Complete a gala Day. Today s successful record assaults were in Brief Ralph Ross of army hoisted Oakdale of so Quot to by 4-1 score in new York a Little Loo with i owner l. La. Mcgahey of Henderson Ville lie annual horse show at Sedgefield May Lyl in. The annual event. Hie South will have 1% Pelofi malice afternoon and night with 7 1 classes and riders. Globe parlor ii Marks til i a. O. Av., 7-0 Iii ten inning league struggle pit captures Wood memorial Hamlin bested hated rivals five times last year new York april 27. A up a Luke hot potato Hamlin who was the Only dodger Pitcher to Best the new York giants five times last year took up today where he left off at the end of the 1939 Campaign. The big right hander fogged his High hard one through to heat the giants 4-1 in his first appearance of the year and to keep the amazing dodger winning Streak intact. That made it seven in a Row for the Daffinese boys who got away quickly and were never headed. A single run in the first inning put them up on their cordially disliked inter Borough rivals. They added another in the fourth and a pair in the seventh. The giants Lone run came off the hat of master Melvin Ott who j got his first Homer of the sea i son. Brooklyn Abr to new York a r h o Walker of 4 12 2 Rucker of 3 0 0 1 j Coscarart 2b 5 i 2 i Jurges i to Emik of 5 12 3 Moore of i pc of horses to 3b 5 0 2 i Ott of i came ill la 3 0 0 3 Dunning c Cut a Bane of 2 i i 2 Young la Frank c 4 0 13 Wittek 2b Reese is 3 0 0 4 w head 3b 4 0 12 Hamlin p 4 0 0 1 Schu Mer p 2 0 0 i m Carthy s i 0 0 0 Joiner p 0 0 0 0 Glossop a i 0 0 0 in the roadster preparing for one of tile top horse show in ,0smx of for a1 to 4 0 12 4 0 13 4 12 2 3 0 2 7 4 0 0 7 4 0 12 in Alcier Guilford edges Carolina Container and Harriss Covington Routs Tate Globe parlor commercial league champions for 1939, served notice that they Are after the Amateur title now As evidenced by their 10-9 Triumph Over t h e defending champions Woodmen of the world yesterday afternoon in a Battle that continued for ten innings before the Winner was decided. In the other Amateur Skir dog show will be held at Sedgefield May 18 the seventh dog show of the Carolina Kennel club member of the american Kennel club will be held at Sedgefield Manor saturday May 18 entries Are being mailed to Edgar Moss 808 Summit Avenue Greensboro who will he in charge of the show. Elon again total 54 22 24 27 total 23 0 0 27 boor by inning a a a a a a 000 000 000-0 error welter a Campbell mint. Hoover. W Haney. J. Rue a. Clarko born. Three a r . A it it a a Quot to Quot a hit obon. , a a mph h. Sumo by. We or 2 or la a Clark double play a Clark to Osborn to a Campbell. A on Ball off off Jenk Lna 3 off Eldridge i struck out by Haney a by Eldridge i by Pugh i 0 in 9 of Jenkins in i off Pugh Haney 2 Aff Pugh i by Jenkins 5 hit off Haney a in 4 off Eldridge 3 i in i off Hoover to in 3 hit by Pitcher Osborn. H Campbell by Jenk Lna. A dark by Pugh winning Pitcher Haney hoeing Pitcher Jenk Lna Umpire Thomas and Stuart. Time. 2.30. Attendance . A a metro a r h o toll non a r h o 4 0 14 Culler 2b 3 10 1 6 2 3 0 Bow an of 5 113 6 2 2 2 Holt 3b 5ll<> 5 3 4 3 r Yap la 5 2 15 Weston c-3b 4 12 1 a a Quot a a a Jujj Faircloth la 5 0 2 i Light 1,11 week 2b 4 12 2 can i of a 5 12 4 a a of 3 2 11 Harris a 6 0 2 1 p Iii m up a a a i Weston p 2 110 Gurley p 0 0 0 0 _ Hodgen of Dean 3b-e Hackett of Cook totals 44 13 to of total 43 la 8 21 a it a a >02 ilm5tn.on too Loa soon la error. Cooke 2. Or ton 2. Moan. Cull or 3. Home runs Weston. Rhyne. Two base hit Weston. Faircloth. Holt. Collin Harris sacrifice hit Hodgem i base on Ball off Parrish 6 off Rhyne 2 off Weaton 3. Struck out by Par Fieh 3 by Rhyne 5 by Weston i. Hit off Parrish 6 in 7 off Rhyne 8 in i. Off Kellem 6 in 2. Winning Pitcher Gurley Boeing Pitcher Collin. Mooresville Slaughters Salisbury by 17-3 tally Salisbury april 27�? Mooresville pinned a 17-3 defeat on Salisbury Here tonight batting around in to different Frame. Jordan led with 5 for 8 score by innings r h k moors 210 500 711�?17 i 0 giants too 300 oooo 3. Batteries Mooresville Coyaur Livingstone and Hicks Paterson Salisbury Wood i Ohbee Reed sch my Aud Bui feeler Hailer sir a Nils ital i Iny fall Iii i toil Mill. Krai with Only a couple of Grace before he tackles Jack that Days a ruin the grappling Bear Black Hader let out the squawk unless rolling Falls were allowed he could t be expected to pin the Bear monday night at the South Hamilton Street area a live seen her wrestle Quot explained Hader. A a there no Way of pinning her because her shoulders set so far Forward. The Only Way i could possibly pin her would be to break her Back and i done to want to do that. I m going to see if they won t allow a rolling fall to there was Little possibility that the rolling fall would be allowed. Promoter sergeant Mcmahon said last night since it is simple enough to Roll an opponent from on shoulder to another. The sergeant had a chuckle Over haders thought of breaking a a gingers a Hack to get a fall. laughed the sergeant a Shader just As Well Tulk about picking up the Elwood hotel and walking off with it. He wont Hurt that Bear. I sort of Hope Quot he added with a note of mirth a the Bear does no to hang Hader up too the sergeant enjoyed haders squawk although he was confined to his room All Day yesterday because of severe abdominal pains. There was a possibility that the promoter would be to ill to go out until a few hours before the wrestling program. The erstwhile purple Flash. Halted with a passion by the local j addicts has lost none of his Talent for Orne riness since he was masked and disclosed As Plain tills Bashara former a la America football player i Oklahoma University. The Flash will clash Ltd a it ii handsome rom Mahoney .�?T30-Pound Orlando. Lacomer n the main event on monday nights grappling card regarded As the greatest screwball of wrestling screw los Chiel himself Over the bar at 14 feet 2 3-8 inches to better the meet i was get idea. A Salisbury april 27.�? up pole vault record of 14 feet i i a other Amateur Skir Elon continued its merry March inches set by Keith Brown of i my Ihen of the Day Harriss coving today w Ith a 14 to 2 win Over Yale in 1935 ton had a Field Day at the sex Catawba a baseball team. It was Pense of Tate furniture com-1 Elon i 8th w in in Pany by a 201 rout and Guilford plastered Carolina 7-8. The Highland Piedmont Battle was cancelled when Piedmont found it impossible to round up a team. Highlight of the Globe win a the pitching of pity a a wimpy Powers who whiffed ten of the Wood chopper. After he relieved Wiseman he fetid the losers in Check. For the winners Wilson and Wiseman were the outstanding Hatter for Globe with three and two hit respectively. Dyke Gaddi and Dalla Craven led the Woodmen with a Trio of base knocks. Harriss Covington found a disorganised Tate nine easy pickings j As Howard Willard and sap a Johnson held the Tate hitters to Guilford a r h o car. Con. Abr to four biggies All of them by John Brown and Marvin Riggs. Leading the Long hitting winners attack was Arnold Newby with three safeties. To whip the determined Carolina Container team Guilford was forced to Cut Short a ninth inning rally that came within one run of tying the score. Previously in the seventh Frame the losers came through with four runs. Robert Bennet of Maine loosed a 175 foot. 2 h Inch heave in the Hamnio a throw to break the record of 174 feet 5 Inch set by Fred tootle of Bowdoin in 1923. North Texas state team of Welby Williams obis Hicks John Jackson and Eward Rogers ran the College 880 relay in 1 25.4 to better the meet Mark of 1 25.9 set by Pittsburgh last year. A Noth f it a Ltd the Yale 880 Yard shuttle team of John Murphy Richard Osborn Ted Day and Jay shield ran a preliminary heat in 1 00.9 and the final in 1 00.8 to better the meet Mark of 1 01.2 set by Virginia in 1938. A Ford Harn team of Robert Dorland Robert Winn Hugh Ben cont inned on Page to see. B a Row Aud the tenth straight la the North state conference. Ner. Bennett. Workman two base hits Newby 2, Sale. Willard stolen Bun Newby Johnson 2. Telsner 2 Boggs double play Workman e Farlowe. E. Arloue to Workman. Base on balls off Willard 2, off Boggs 4 off Harris 3. Struck out by Willard 3 in 5 by Johnson 2 in 4 by Morton 4 in 3 by Harris 3 in 5 Hiu off Willard 2 in 3 off Johnson 2 in 4 off Morton 6 in 4 off Hort 6 in 6. Passed Ball Morton. Hit by Pitcher Brown by Willard Pate by Johnson. Winning Pitcher Willard. Loring Pitcher Boggs. Umpire Helms and Bower. Time 2 15 attendance 350. A. C. Smith la 3 0 211 Cavin 2b hol Orth 3b 3 0 0 2 Sykes of Huck of 4 12 2 Tucker of Flynn of 3 113 land of Clary a 4 10 2 an d 3b 4 0 i i Apple of 2 113 n la 4 0 0 8 Lantre c 4 12 3 Hauser c 3 i 112 4 0 0 1 5 13 0 5 111 4 0 0 1 i lip4 f. W a it. O. W. Abr to Globe a. Abr to i Waddia of 3 13 2 pow s lbs 3 112 j Emerson of 4 10 2 Wilson club 5 3 3 5 i Fulton 2b 2 0 0 0 Thomas of 3 0 13 elder 2b 3 112 or Iasom 3b 4 i i 2 Davis a 3 110 Carml Al 2b 3 i i 4 Wall a 2 0 0 0 Lane As 5 10 1 Bolton 3b 5 113 Hundley of 4 i i 2 Burton e 3 12 3 m Dowel c 4 0 010 Blair c 2 0 0 4 8ltman of 0 0 0 1 Murrow of 5 12 1 was an a of 4 2 2 0 Craven la 4 2 3 9 Gray 0 10 0 Mason p 2 10 0 Reaves p 0 0 0 0 sing Fjeld p 3 0 0 i totals 40 9 13 28 total 41 to to 30 score by innings r w o w221 010 020 in 9 Globe parlor. 100 600 010 2-10 error. Lane 3. Wilson Wiseman Davis elder. Gaddi. Two bag a hits wis Man Bolton. Stolen base Davis 2, Oad dts. Sacrifice hits Craven Fulton double plays Lane to Carmichael to pc Wei a Grissom to Carmichael to Wilson Mason to elder to Craven base on balls off Mason 2 off Sangerfield 2 off Powers 2. Struck out by Powers to by Wiseman i by Mason 2, by Reaves i by Singer fled 6. Hits off Mason 2 in 3 off Reaves in 2-3, off Singer fled 5 in 6 1-4 off Wiseman 7 in 2 off Powers 6 in 8. Left on bases w o. W 4 Globe parlor 6. Wild pitch Singer fled. Passed Ball Mcdowell. Hit by Pitcher Gray by Singer fled Emerson by Wiseman. Winning Pitcher Powers. Losing Pitcher Singer fled umpires Crouch and Ingram. Time of game 2 30. Attendance 200. % Blackjack la a dlr he wants rolling Falls to count in his bout with a Ginger a Tho grappling Bear tomorrow night. . Hie Iii a to Gypsy will tangle with Johnny mans in the Cut Ain Miner. Chews Chi is the Guy that invented the horrendous trick of planting ignited firecrackers in the trunks of his opponents. Is also the creator of that sly j Snake purpose of strangling or Perhai slicing a few extra pounds of Flem off of his foe. Even cow la of lint rail. The Devil May care wild Man insists that the referee go Over the screwball Gypsy with Little i piano Mela Fine tooth comb in a search Foi tarantulas etc., before Hagem of carrying a Fine i climbing into the ring it to do Bat wire in his trunks for the tie. Harris a. A rho Tate a r h a it Newby of 7 3 3 0 Harris of a 4 0 0 3 Johua a 2b-p 3 3 12 Brown la 3 0 2 7 Telsner 3b 3 3 2 2 Pate 3b 3 0 0 0 Bennett c 3 2 2 4 Meredith 3 0 0 i Hedrick c 2 0 0 1 Morton up 4 10 4 Workman is 4 3 i i Boggs pub 4 0 2 2 sales of 4 0 12 Rutldge 2b 3 0 0 h far one of 1 0 0 0 Ruth be 2b 3 0 0 2 far o e of 5 2 0 2 Davis of 3 0 0 2 Willard p 4 2 10 Taylor of 2 0 0 3 a be of 2 0 0 0 totals 44 20 12 27 totals 29 i 4 27 score by innings r. Harriss Covington. 133 2 10 0 100�?20 Tate. 000 0 of too i errors Telsner. Rutledge 2, Boggs Davis. Meredith. Hires base hit wets e Smith 2b 3 111 Harr ton p 3 i i 0 Erbler of 10 0 0 Smith 10 10 Cagle p 4 2 2 1 totals 33 7 la 27 score by innings Carolina Container. Guilford. Totals 37 6 9 26 Ooi too 401-6 030 130 oox�?7 errors hucks 2. Hauser i. Home run Cagle. Three base hit Cagle. Two base hits Smith. Harrington Apple. Tucker. Stolen base hucks. Sacrifice hits Apple. Flynn. Base on balls off Harrington i. Struck out by Harrington 3 by Cagle 12. Hit by Pitcher Harrington by Cagle. Umpire Bogle and Cox. Time 1 45 attendance 600. Becomes challenger to Bielech for Kentucky Derby Crown new York. April 27�? up a Arnold Hanger Oft a front running Rascal with a lot of wind established hit Elf More than j Ever before today As the East s i chief Kentucky Derby Hope by whipping a big hut otherwise not so hot Field in the Wood memo a rial. By coming Home three lengths j in front and nothing even close i the son of transmute won for i himself the rather doubtful Honor of going to Louisville to Challenge Bielech in the Derby a week from today. He was by All Odd the class of the Field and a record crowd of 27,613 fans who made him the $5.80-for-$2 favorite in the Field of 13 knew it. He broke on top. Made every pole a winning one and made the finish look like a Parade a jockey buddy Haas part of the 120 pounds he carried just held on and let her rip. Mrs Payne Whitney s red Dock was an easy second five length in front of the surprising Devil a rag. Which John b. Partridge claimed from mrs. H. C. Phipps a year ago. The crag led or. Phi up a Snow Ridge by a length and a half. A length farther Hack Camp ambling Andy second Hest two year old in the country last year who did t commit his usual a a bin of running out. Along with the Rae came the announcement from sunny Jim Fitzsimmons that William Woodward chief Derby Hope. Fenelon and mrs. Phipps Asp were definitely out of next week renewal of old Kaintuck a cd aah. Both developed an overnight cough. Back of Andy the Field was a procession that just came along for the ride despite a Ltd a time of 1 45 4-5, which is strictly nothing to write Home about. Sonny Whitney s two Derby Hopes Carrier Pigeon and flight command ran sixth and twelfth respectively. Totals 35 4 to 27 totals 36 i 8 27 a batted for Schumacher in 7th. Zzz batted for Joiner in 9th, score by innings r Brooklyn. Too too 200�?4 new York. Too too oooo i error Schumacher co car it pranks Jurge. Reese. Assist Coscarart 3 Camus Frank Reese. Hamlin 2. Rucker 2, Jurge 7, Danning. Young. Witek Whitehead 2, Joiner. Runs batted in Lavage no 3. Ott. Two base hits Lagrito 2, Coscarart Home run Ott. Stolen bae Danning. Double play Hamlin. Frank and Camus Witek. Jurge and Young Hamlin. Coscarart and Famini left on base new York a Brooklyn 9 base on bails off be Hung Cher 5. Off is mlle i. Struck out by Hamlin 6 by Schumacher 2 by Joiner 3. Hit off Schumacher 8 in 7 inning. Off Joiner 2 in 2. Losing Pitcher. Schumacher. Umpires Campbell k Ern and Ballanfant. Time 2 28. Attendance 38.122. Tar Heel cinder teams sweep aau Chapel Hill april 27.�? up placing in 17 out of 18 event and winning seven first places the University of North Carolinas undefeated varsity track team won the senior team championship of the annual Carolinas aau track meet Here today. The tar he Els scored 73 4 Points to 63 for the runner up Duke varsity team. Other scores were tar Heel athletic club 30, n c. State varsity 18 4, Lenoir Rhyne 3. Wake Forest 2. Carolina freshmen 2, and a c. State freshmen i. The tar Heel athletic club a composed chiefly of sex Carolina stars. Individual Star of the meet was Bill Corpening of the tar Heel athletic club. The former Carolina Star set up two new Carolinas aau records�?6 feet 4 inches in the High jump and 14,5 in the 120-Yard High hurdles and won the Broad jump to take High scoring honors with 15 Point. Kannapolis shades Cooleemee 3 to 2 Kannapolis. April 27-Bill carriers eighth inning Home run gave Kannapolis a 3 to 2 decision Over Cooleemee Here tonight. Score by innings Cooleemee r h e too 020 000�?2 5 2 Kannapolis 002 too olx�?3 5 0 Thomas and Gallipaue White Plummer and Thomaston. I spacial any 2 Plain garments dry cleaned and pressed Cash amp carry look 2 garments monday and tuesday to i West Washington Street

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