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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 12, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page six Sec. The High Point Enterprise Piedmont Conter of a High Point. North Carolina sunday. February 12, 1939 High Poi ii Pantiles drub Iii Ford. �?�Iii-24 Erwin red Birds trounce Adams millis33-30 Ray Intrieri leads local aggregation Hill Sewell i Star for Winner la Hying i Points Erwin. Feb. La special Erwin red Birds gained a thrilling 33 to no verdict Over Adams Millis of High Point tonight for their 16th win of the season. Hill Sewell Veteran guard led the Birdie attack with a wonderful floor game and also was High scorer with to Points. Intrieri led High Point with nine Points. By win led 17 to 8 at the lineup half time. Erwin it f to. T. Sewell f 3 i of i g. Parker of 3 i w. Parker c9 i 5 b. Sewell g4 2 to l. Byrd g0 0 0 n. Parker i 2 4 c. Byrd g0 0 0 totals. 12 9 33 High Point g i to. Wright f0 9 in 9 hurler a 3 9 l. Cooler f. A 9 6 Dawson Ltd. I i 3 e. Cooper g i 0 9 Edward i 9 4 Farlowe a. 2 0 4 totals. To to 30 referee Lucan a n. State. Southern intercollegiate Golf tourney april 13-15 Athens. Ga., feb. 11.�?<a> a the fifth annual Southern in Ter collegiate Golf tournament sponsored by the University of Georgia will he held april 13, 14 and 15, h a Stegeman and Johnny Broadnax. Jointly in charge of the event announced today. Tho tournament comes a week earlier than usual. Tommy Barnes of Georgia tech who won last year will not compete. Louisiana state University is favored to retain the team title More than a Hundred golfers representing at least fifteen schools Are expected to enter. Miks train kit new York feb. La. The Brooklyn dodgers have signed or. John Myatt formerly with Kansan City As Trainer. Carolinas aau ring tourney has big entry Charlotte feb. up a officials announced tonight that More than 250 Amateur boxers had registered for the seventh annual Carolinas Golden gloves and a. A u. Championships which will open wednesday and extend Over a five Day period. Among the entries Are nine former champions and 15 teams. Those registering late today included Zane Winters middleweight Champion of the Raleigh tournament and champions Robert Wade lightweight and John Lee middleweight of the Greenville s. C., tournament. Elon Wallops indians 42-21 Ali Riston stay Iii Iloff voice Hare by turning in \ Victory Salisbury feb. Llu Eton s christians led by Pearce and Gardner who tagged 12 and 11 Points respectively ran wild Here tonight to route tile Catawba Indiana 4 2-21 in a North state conference game. The Victory Kepi the christians Iii the race for Loop honors. Elon Manx Pearce Fly be Mcgee Fesmire cd Moss. Zynith Gardner Hobson Sprinkle totals. A Ataw Bai Davis of. Boley Grove of. Ferebee . Watts Tomlinson c Pritchard g. Morrow totals. Free throws Cunningham pushed to win Hunter mile hideout one Attl behind flying Kansan in 4 10, 8 mile Iii la Al in Boston feb. a it a Cornelius Wari Eierdam of san Francisco olympic club tonight a new world indoor pole vault record by Clearing la feet in i Rhea on Iii second try in the Boston athletic Assoria by Golden anniversary meet at the Boston Garden. High Point College s purple panthers to f pet. 0 0 0 a .5 9 i 12. 0 0 i 0. 0 0 0 0. 3 3 i 9 .1 0 i 2 it o i 4 ii i 3 la. I 0 i 9. I 0 0 it 18 6 12 4 2 g e of i p. I a ii i r 3. 0 2 i i 9 2 6. 0 0 0 0. 0 0 1 to 0 0 0 o 2 3 6 la i 0 3 i i 8 21 mined a nil 2, f erect be i Oyd Morrow. Score Watts 3, Brit at half Elon 16 Cuta wha 5. Official Morris l. S. A bowl k in trim a women keep your figures streamlined la o a l i a Man relax and exercise to keep fit and win strength. It o xxx l ducks and ten pins Larcade Bowling alleys Arcadi buildings hot ii All this week any Plain garment dry cleaned and pressed Fly by be Kint Boston feb. La. Up a it a just another Day and another race for Glenn Cunningham the master Miler As he gained his fourth Victory in the Boston athletic associations classic Hunter mile tonight before an overflow crowd of 16,000 at the Boston Garden. Only 24 hours had elapsed since he beat Chuck Fenske of Wisconsin at Philadelphia by three Yards in 5 15.6, nevertheless the mighty Kansan was equal to a 4 10.8 Effort which gave him a Yard Triumph Over Wayne Rideout of North Texas teachers the Only one in the seven Man Field to attempt to defy the master s fearful finishing drive. Archie san Romani new of new York finished third inches ahead of Fenske and Blaine Rideout who outran a capable Field including his twin. In last night s seventh regiment mile in new York was fifth. Josef Mostert of Belgium and Gene Clark of Harvard trailed. Bill Fritz of Queens University. The Canadian Quarter mile Champion gained his first american indoor track Triumph by edging out Harold Eagle of Oklahoma Baptist University by inches in the Hollis �?o600,�?� one of the features of the Golden anniversary meet. Frill second to Wes Wallace of Ford Ham in last weeks i Brose 600, led from the gun and finished in 1 12.8. Dick Iii of the b. A. A overtook Wallace with his last stride to place third and Jim Herbert of new York uni verify the 1 11.1 record Holder and 193 8 Hollis Winner a. A dismal fifth and last. Roy Staley of Loa Angeles who set a new world Mark of 7.3 seconds for the 60-Yard High hurdles last week won the a a. A s freakish 4 5-Yard tall Timber event in the record equalling time of 5.7 seconds. That Southern California Star up reared to have plenty left when he broke tile tape. A Good two Yards ahead of Allan to Milch of Detroit who won in that same time last year. Herbert Thompson Jersey City negro Flash had a foot to spare on the fast finishing Ken clap of Brown in the Briggs 50-Yard dash final which was raced in 5.5 seconds. Captain Frank Zei Meta of Boston College was the third finisher trailed by Burlingame. Of Albany n. Y., reveal Yale Star. John Borican the negro National pent halon til list from Elberon n. J., romped to Victory in the Lanham 1,006�?� after setting a comparatively alow Pace most of the Way. Lie broke the tape in 2 13.3 and had two Yards to spare on Howard bore it of new York. Two of the nation s outstanding freshmen Leslie Mcm itch Ell of new York University and Campbell Kane of Indiana finished third and fourth ahead of Ross Bush of Las Angeles. Coach c. Virgil vows purple Panther current leaders in the Chase for to North state conference basketball Pion ship. The there front Row left to right Morton Hamel Hilliard Nance Captain Heil Towery Hugh Hampton be i gent. Second Row left to right dub Colline Jerry on Yuihan it ill Keene Jack Moran Ira a in Armstrong. Right manager Sherrill Frank Murray a cd ant coach k. Glasgow. Head coach c. Virgil vow Back Row Cham Malf relent to a div Aloiv 8cni High Point Panther cagers to. Oui Pete in National meet reserves used by locals to rack up win Edgar Hartley of High Poi to t leads scoring for visitors High Point College gained a firmer grip on their hold on top conference honors last night trimming the Guilford quakers j8-1u in the Harrison gym Here. The Battle got off to a slow Start at the round of the whistle and remained sluggish throughout the first period. A tip in by Frank Murray Panther Forward in the first few seconds of play netted the pointers a 2-Point Lead which soon mounted to 6 Points. Hines keen eyed Quaker made Good a Charity shot and rang up the first score for the Gull Ford Tan. From Early in the first Quarter to the finish the Hall stayed in Panther hands most of the time and it was not until the last few minutes of the first semester that the invaders rang a Field goal. The panthers followed a second later with their first successful foul play. At the beginning of the second period the action quickened a trifle but failed to stimulate Multi enthusiasm amongst spectators. Doubtlessly inspired by the Hearty reception Given him by High pointers at the Start of the game. Edgar Hartley former High Point lad. Revived his usual fiery spirit and gave the local quintet a Good Deal of trouble on returning in the second half. Panther renter. Hugh Hampton and Quaker stared Hartley shared honors As top scorer with nine Points each. Chambers Guilford Ace and Collins Pointer Rookie followed third and fourth respectively. With apparently Little anxiety concerning the effectiveness of Guilford five. Coach Yow started a full string of rookies at the beginning of the game but was Mon forced to Send in several veterans when the going became rough. The Only Panther regular not seeing action last night was Captain red Towery. The summary i i. Tic fent fus win f Chapel Hill. N. Feb f i a1 a North Carolina s varsity fencing team today turned in its Hest performance since this sport was resumed last year by defeating William and Mary s powerful outfit 14v to 12 4. Hoop squad smart Pomona calif., feb. La. Pomona College claims the smartest collegiate basketball team in the country. Five of its squad have won a total of $3,000 in athletic scholarship prizes. Loach c. \ in Oil Yow Lont Arteil. Yell Tough invitation not yet extended by Marx in it is t the very splendid basketball record that the Cage teams of High Point College have complied since c. Virgil Yow took Over the coaching duties in 1932 May at last gain nationwide recognition by being invited to a National tournament. In a statement i sued by coach Yow yesterday he said that he had received a a feelers from the officials of the National tournament held in Kansas City each year. The invitation to the tournament which attracts the 32 leading College basketball teams Over the country is based on the record of the Tram Over a period of five years. High Point could Well qualify for their record Over this period of time a been excellent. Current season a it nits Are also considered heavily. Gordon c. White director of athletics at Roanoke College Salem. Va., has charge of the tournament invitations for this Section of the country he has contacted coach Yow and stated that tournament officials have looked upon the High Point record with favor although of i understood that a definite invitation to the event has not been Given High Point yet. The meet last year was won by Warrensburg teacher of Missouri. This crack quintet nosed out the Roanoke maroons by a very Barrow margin to win the championship. Marshall College of Marshall w. Va., a eliminated in the Semi finals. Marshall and Roanoke were the Only schools that received an invitation from this Section of the country. If High Point does get an invitation to the affair Tho Date of the Kansas City tournament and the Carolinas a. A. U. Tournament Here will not conflict. The National meet gets underway probably March 5 while the local event will he Over february 25, positive dates of the Kansas City meet were not known a1 Harrison Anil i inuit Thomson a fir Tor tend tin Texas of in Point Collins f Armstrong f Moran Fig 3 0 2 n dont off Dave Barry was Quot Long counter the office phone jangled five times. Fitch time the same question was asked. A who wan the referee of the a Long to unto de 1 ii pm a Tunney fight in t hic ago in 1927?�?� a hurried search failed to reveal the official. A More careful search of the Las Ord in mtg Fai Ted to reveal him. Through the must files Hack 12 years ago the name of the referee was sought. It was not even carried on the Day of it tin fight nor for several a it is. In desperation a note was put on tin associated press wire a the help \v4h i d like to know name referee Dempsey Tunney mgt my count tight in tilt a ago sept. 22, 1927 he. A til Dave Harry Vav is 1.0ng co nth referee in Dempsey a Tunney fight t both have i Jer liar Ibi at eight totals of into Trio though it is understood that it begins the Early part of March. The purple panthers if selected have a great club to carry West. They Are now kitting at the top of Tho North state conference standings by a Good sized margin. Such recognition and Honor would also he a fitting tribute to the efforts of coach Ltd. Virgil Yow in turning out Sinh Fine athletic teams at the College in recent years. Student of the College alumni and local Citize Tii Are All hoping that the invitation will be Given such a swell Basket Hall team. In by Felix r. Mcknight san Antonio. Tex feb. La a a Pic slow moving e. Harrison. The Arkansas traveler and Jiminy Thomson golfs mightiest hitter shared the 36-Hole Lead of the $5,000 Texas open tournament today with eight under totals of 134. Two shots ahead of Byron Nelson Reading a the Long faced Little Rock professional and Stocky Thomson had dub s errors to blame for not being at least one More shot in front. Thomson three strokes to the Rood after yesterday s course record breaking 64. Stripped on stroke from today with his to but a careless Jab at a 12-Incli putt and a penalty stroke Cost him dearly he bracketed nines of 35 for bus 70. Harrison working on s Fine 68 fired yesterday. Drifted around the first time in a three under 33. On the sixteenth he missed an 18-Inch putt for his Only Bogie. He was 33 on the Hast nine two under. The big guns suffered Many i casualties. National open Cham Pion Ralph. Guldahl was no Becher than 143 after an even around. Harold Jug Mcspaden pre tourney favorite shot a wobbly 76 and a 144 total. Nelson nipped p a r by two shots for a second round 69 that added up to 136. Two veterans rushed High. Hack into the tournament after poor opening rounds. Henry Picard of Hershey pa., and Paul Runyan the Little p. O. A. Champion had 66�?~h to add to their 73�?Ts of yesterday. Alone in fourth position was a Sarn my Byrd the former new York Yankee outfielder with rounds of 69-68�? 137. Whatu Lloyd Mai Grum of san Francisco and Frank Walsh of Rumson Duke s swimmers win fourth meet Durham feb. Ill apr Dukes undefeated swimming team captured its fourth successive Southern conference meet in the Duke gym Pool this afternoon defeating v. M. I., 41-34. The summary Medley relay won Sheppard. Mots Sud time 3 18.6. 220-Yard free style Duke first Dominick. Second Hardaway v third. Time. 2 50-Yard free v. M i first second Irving. Titties 25.5. Diving Sanborn. Duke. 83 23 1 Zuhira. V. Al. I Ond Meem v. M. I., third. 100-Yard free style Stengele v. M. I first Jenkins. Duke second White v. M. I third. Time 56.4. 150-Yard backstroke Emmett Duke first Battle Duke second Faulkner v. M. I., third. Time 1 53 i. 200-Yard breast stroke mouse Duke first Pollard. V. A i., eco my Bunce Duke third. Time 2 48.7. 140-Yard free style Emmett Duke first Dominick. V. M. I second Bailey Duke third. Time 5 37.1. 400-Yard relay won by v. A f. Irving. Hardaway White and Stengele time 3 52.2. Maniet i Keene i Hampton r4 Counihan g. 0 Murray g3 Malfregeot g. 0 Hester i i Nance g2 of to 3 6 a Duke Jenkins. Emmett v. Al. I., m. In 30 2. A style Streusel Sheppard Duke. V. M. I. Third. First see totals. I Guilford Chambers f. Hines Den Hin be Hartley c Newlyn. C0 Menghetti g. I Shlotzhauer f 0 4 14 38 f of to 3 7 3 i 0 0 i 3 totals. 7 to 12 24 score at half High Point 15 Guilford 7. Free throws missed Arm Strong 3. Moran. Samet 2, Keene 2. Hampton 2. Malfregeot 2, Hester. Hines 3. K. Hartley. Newline. Menghetti 2, Schlotzhauer. Referee Hackney la. N. Cd n. J., were at 138 after Fine comebacks. With Picard and Runyan at 139 were John Barnum Edinburg. Tex. Amateur and Clay ton heartier the Greensboro n sc., sensation who slipped from i an opening 67 to 72. Impound Winner at Santa Anita i of Angeles. Feb pm Alfred g. Vanderbilt s impound ran to a surprising Victory in the $ san Vicente Handicap before 30,000 turf fans today out distancing the favored porters mite la la a Clown and a crack Field of three year Olds in the seven Furlong feature event. The Vanderbilt Colt assuming a role As one of the top candidates for the coming $50,000 Santa Anita Derby ran the distance in one minute 23 seconds. William Ziegler s our mat a non Derby candidate finished second. And w. E. Boeing Stop favorite Porter mite third in the Field of fifteen. Plenty of Irish Lafayette ind., feb. Purdue s football team will play five opponents in 1939 who us the notre Dame system Wisconsin. Michigan state. Iowa not Dame and Santa Clara. Cash and carry too years of baseball 7-first association history of the National Gam told in sketches by Art Krona i hats cleaned and blocked special i a i a inf orc cleaners inc. 1808 English Street in order to get some Money for the Treasury and popularize the sport the association decided to stage a series of Gomes and charge admission 8 the manhattans and Brooklyn met at the fashion race course on Long Island july 20, 1858 interest among Quot Cranks Quot of the Nitro Politan arca indicated that what was to be the National pastime Colly had crowd Appeal and was the first Tipoff to huge Gates of the future fifteen Hundred people the largest crowd yet to see a baseball games paid 50 cents each to see the first contest i he inter Boro fors come out in Long pants fancy blouses and wide peaked Caps the manhattans won 22-18 the second gome Wos played on aug 29 before a larger crowd and Brooklyn won 29-8 the manhattans won the third and feeding engagement 29 to 18 next first College gome 9

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