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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 28, 1926, High Point, North Carolina Page 2high Point Enterprise thursday january 2ft, 1926 >9kitbrksba san i b to it is amp a in i a a Sass a in in Iti Vyzis Ibin Gaioi ref i sforts-m5dl sports i a in in in Cassena Al a a a aes i i Emery Vond Ann Tho it do it ton i j. Of of the eight new Homes will do j vv11108 of scores hit Here much to the already Well developed Section. Of As Helen s two Tennis players Iii Isilee and inspect court of Imperial club f i. Local y,23 to 13 sport anic eruption by John Herndon s Rev. Coble will Iny new houses Arend a meeting to be erected in Helo Ai Ati Anta Klondike Are graphically introduced and Alaska la for the first time truthfully pictures on the screen. I a winds of chances is one of the presenting an curate virile screen hits of the year. I and colourful rom Ace of Alaska Cannes Franco. Jan. 28 map a having a Day Oft at the Gallia tournament yesterday Helen wilis went Over to Nice and inspected the courts of the Imperial club where she possibly May meet Suzanne Lenglen in a match which her heart is yearning for. The California girl was chaperoned on the trip by no less a per a on than Suzanne herself. A bumper of Champagne was drunk Aud the two Champion Racquet wielders toasted one another As regards health but neither of them delved into the subject of Tennis. The French girl took particular pains to Point out the Center court of the club on which she sent Down mrs. Molla Mallory to defeat in 1923. The Welcome miss wills received from miss leu Glen and her party Vaa wholehearted except one member whose antipathy for Tho California girl overcame its manners. This was one Kiki. An ancient belgian poodle dog which met All j the advances of miss wills with growls. A he s too old a a said Suzanne in an Endeavor to cover up the Lack of club Biness shown by the animal. A he does not like Young next saturday Suzanne is to let it be known whether she will play in the singles at Nice next monday. Miss wills is entered in the tournament. Suzanne reiterates that it is her purpose As announced before the arrival of the american girl that she will play in the singles in three tournaments. Miss wills wins. Cannes France. Jan. 28.�? apr continuing her triumphant March Over All opponents in the Tennis tournaments along the Rivera. Helen wills american Champion today Defeated Rosine Vlasto in straight sets 6-0.6-2. Miss wills was thus advanced to the third set in the singles of the Gallia tournament. Rosine Vlasta is a Cousin of did Vlasto ranking number two player in France and finalist against miss wills in the Metropole tournament. The american Champion later today was to play miss Cadie of England who Defeated Molla Mallory in straight sets at Mentone in 1923. Fights last night Edinburgh. Scotland a George Cook. Australian heavyweight was disqualified in the 18th round of his fight with Phil Scott British heavyweight for the British Empire heavyweight title. Wilmington. Cal. A Rummy Mande Rockford ills., lightweight won a decision Over Jack spar Lomita calif., to. Game marred by slight incident but play u resumed w Hen trouble averted launching a steam roller attack int he waning minutes of play the Kannapolis a Bas keeters took a somewhat slow and listless game from the local a by a five last night on the lot tors court. The final score was ill to is with the visitors rallying Strong in the last Quarter to put the game on ice. Neither team Touhl seem to find the baskets with any degree of accuracy and the guarding was off color. Both teams appeared to he off their not Mal form. It was the second time Tho Kannapolis has humbled the local Quint the former game being played on the Kannapolis court. Flore was tin leading scorer of the game the visiting Forward sinking eight baskets. It. Hayworth with six Points was Tho outstanding player for the locals. An altercation Between players of the two teams in which spectators took a hand marred the game and threaten it i to result in cessation of play. Jut cooler Heads intervened before a odious outbreak occurred and play was resumed. The line up Kannapolis High Point Hovee. Hayworth f Gillian i of. Hayworth f Smith. Daniels c Helm. Hedrick g g substitutes Deal for Smith Hauser for o. Hay Worth Hedrick for Daniels Johnson for Hedrick Points scored for Kannapolis Flo Vee 8, Gillian 5, Smith 4, Roberts 2. For High Point ill. Hayworth to Hauser 4, Hedrick i Johnson 2. The boy stood on the burning deck. Poised on dangers Brink with brow uplift he coolly stood and watched the Kitchen sink. A household. Today a it St simile As easily rattled As a last year s r. I. Ant a. P. Brown Purchase lots in Emery Wood and will build Haines Ford. The worst Story we heard today was the one where an of eld maid was being courted by a very Nice Young Man. And one Day the Nice Young Man said to the old old maid a sweetheart i Ani just dying for a so the old old maid gave the Nice Young Man a kiss and by Golly he did die. A horsed Vav the Lea Guk last season we sat in a fanning Hee in the Bland hotel at Raleigh with a a Sarge a Herndon and a few other knights of the Diamond. And the former Pointer Leader spun a yarn of How a sub i Marine Sheen a crossed up the a league Quot one Day about the Middle of the s Ason. The Story goes that the Columbia club was playing Augusta in a bang up nip and tuck affair with the score vacillating about every inning. Along about the eighth Frame the Comers filled the bases and submarine came to Bat. N Oakland. Farr Oakland won a technical knockout of a vie King australian bantamweight titlist 5. Favored to in the Pas Manitoba. Jan. 2s.�? apr Emil St. Goddard French Canadian Musher was an overwhelming favorite today to win the final Lap of the three Days dog Derby Here. His dogs showed Little of the weariness of tile teams driven by the three opponents remaining of the five who started the race tuesday Earl Brydges the boy Musher of the Pas and Victor in the 1924 International dog Derby at Quebec continues in second running. Johnny re entering ring will try to recover his featherweight Crown at. New York now shave in Comfort use Derma Glo after shaving to get instant Relief from burning of smarting Derma Glo is Healing Cooling soothing and Antiseptic at All dealers in fifty cent tubes. A is vegt i face of Hie a lion new York Jan. 28.�? apr re entering the ring tomorrow night after a Fristic career of 17 years Johnny Dundee will try to win Back the featherweight Crown he reluctantly resigned More than a year ago. He has engaged in 342 fights and won and lost two world championships. In Joe Glide of new York the Veteran v ill meet a Young and ambition featherweight of Speed and punching ability. Dundee a following is far from sanguine of his chalices. Dundee says that glance Over the present list of fighters assures him that he can regain his former glory. A Snow me one fighter today a a he said a who can compare with Benny Leonard Lew toddler Johnny Kilbane Freddie Welsh Abe Attell Joe Welling. Willie Jackson Charley White Willie Ritchie and Joe Rivers. I fought them All. I have been knocked out once a on round defeat at the hands of Willie Jackson. A a i worked 13 years to win a world title and then my manager gave it away. I wrote a letter to the state athletic commission for f rating my featherweight Crown on the advice of my manager. But he told me it would be All right. Now i am managing my own business lays it Down of submarine could always murder the Cleverest curve Ball pitching that was Ever dished up across the Platter but was a sucker against the High hard ones. This particular situation called for the hitter to swing a of Rem port Arthur a a As Art Black used to say. Since the score was tied any kind of a Ball hit to the Outfield would have resulted in a run for the Comers and Given them the Lead. The hitter had a Chance for a sacrifice Fly to say the least and possibly a double or Homer. So Pitcher Sedgewick knowing nothing of submarines penchant for curve Ball pitching sent up a sweeping a a Downers that would have been easy meat for Gheen. And the submarine Laid it Down. The entire Tiger infield was caught Flat footed. Finally third baseman Hinger who was later killed in an Auto Accident retrieved the Ball and tossed it Low to first. Somebody hurled it far Over the second baseman a head and All run ners scored. When the inning was finally of a Herb of inner Comer Pilot remarked to Gheen a you did no to Cross up the Columbia club you Cross to up the expressed today by a. P. Food r. I. Faith in High Point s future waa Brown Brothers who announce j the Purchase of 23 lots in enter a a Wood. High Points exclusive residential Section upon which seven j or eight Homes will be built for the purpose of Sale. The Deal was made through 3 c. Clark manager of the Emerywood development and involved a consideration of approximately $27,-00. Homes will be erected on seven or eight of the lots and the remaining lots will be sold by the new owners a. P. Drown announce. Or. Brown said work would begin on the new houses Early in the Spring As soon As West Lexington Avenue upon which All of the lots front is opened. The lots were purchased in two tracts with 1,200 feet frontage on West Lexington Avenue. Work is being rushed on Lexington Avenue and it is expected that the thoroughfare will be opened by Early Spring. Plans Are being drawn for the new houses Aud everything is being prepared for an Early Start on the project. The houses will be the latest in architectural design and modern in All conveniences. The average Cost of each residence xviii be approximately $8,000, according to my Brown. While Emerywood is a comparatively new residential Section it i amp rapidly developing into a Beautiful Vista of modern Homes spacious Green lawns and Well kept shrubbery installed by a special landscape expert. Paved streets and roads and illuminated with a White Way system and the Homes Are equipped with All the City conveniences. Land value is constantly increase and its Pioneer Days Frank Lloyd so winds of chances opened at the american theatre today. A winds of chances is one of the few pictures with the Power to sweep one virtually off his feet. Anna a Nilsson Viola Liana. Ben Lyon and Victor Mclaglen Are the principal quartet in the picture but there is very Little to choose Between their parts and those of to local and i Wharrie boy scout Bart Bosworth Dorothy Sebastain Claude Gillingwater Charles Crockett Philo Mccollough Fred Kohler and John t. Murray All of whom support to a degree the four principal characters but also share individual moments of historic Triumph which Are vitally essential to the plots Success. Dyea Chi loot Summit a deep Camp Linderman Dawn son City All of the famous Points of interest along the old Gold Trail to the Council to be represented at annual meeting Rev. C. P. Coble representing High Point and the a Wharrie boy scout Council left last night for Atlanta where he will attend All sessions of the annual regional conference which opened in that City this morning. He will return tomorrow night. Rev. Coble is a member of the boy scout Council. James e. West chief scout executive of the boy scouts of America will be the principal speaker at the sixth regional conference. The Region is comprised of the states of North Carolina South Carolina Georgia and Florida. Representatives from the 42 councils in this Region Are expected at the meetings. Among other speakers on the program xviii be in o. Hunter regional scout executive. E. B. Douglas of Miama fla., chairman of the executive committee of Region 6 Albert s. Adams president of the Atlanta ga., Council. Mell r. Wilkinson of Atlanta Karl Lehman. Of Orlando fla., Paul w. Schen Fik of Greensboro Chaa h. Turner of Statesville or. Chas. C. Harold of Macon ga., or. Rufus w. Weaver president of Mercer University and other officials of various local councils in the regions. The record of Region 6 in scout Vork for 19 25 has been one of real Progress and a comparison at National Headquarters of boy scouts of America shows that Region 6 ranks on its record Over the la other regions in the country for the past year. There Are at present 4 2 first class councils in the four states of Region 6 Vith a total of approximately 21.000 boy scouts. A mrs. D. T. Andrews left yesterday for Farmers where she was called to the bedside of her Mother who is ill with pneumonia. Threesomes tee off Sanford fla., Jan. 28.-�?iap a threesomes in the Central Florida 72 Hole medal play Golf championship began teeing off on the Sanford country club course today i with All eyes turned on Walter Hagen yesterdays medallist and i Leo Diegel in the Amateur entries. Joe Bydolek of Buffalo and Pasadena is the favorite among sport fans to carry off today a honors. Ile made 153 yesterday for 3 6 holes tying with Jim Barnes pro British Champion. Ches All headaches Are not caused by defective vision yet Many headaches Are caused by defective vision. Or. Nat Walker ,3 ugh cd a Oto Over Hart drug co. Next to Post office a. L. Garren of the naval re-1 cruising station Greensboro said j that beginning today he would be in High Point each thursday with the viev of taking under consideration the enlistment of Inonu in the Navy. Broadway today f tiday american today Friday saturday showing at in 3�?5�?7�?9 d presents Windsor Chance a Tira National picture1 from Rex Beach s great novel a glowing Romance of the Klondike Gold Rush with Anna q. Nilsson Ben Lyon Viola Dana a thrilling tale of stirring deeds in the land of everlasting Snow. Special music score american orchestra news a comedy not since a a Tol Able David has Dick had this kind of drama. A closing saturday our final cleanup Windup Sale saturday Marks the final Day of our up Sale announced in these columns ago. Final clean everal Days men just Tun and $40 Melv to i to Oil can buy $35.00 suits for $22.50. 45.00 and $50.00 suits for the extra Price of Only $32.50. Conic Kike for Earh y Spring Mage of these savings. Buy now and save the difference. 25 pct off on All shirts too. N. H. Sover co. Name i it Zebu a successor la Carolina sport Dom is steamed up Over the meeting to be held tomorrow by the coaching committee of the University of North Carolina to name a successor to William Mck. Fetzer recently resigned As athletic coach of the tar heels. There is great speculation As to who will he selected to fill the shoes of the capable and popular a coach several men whose names Are by a words in the Grid world have been mentioned but As for the Man who will be picked it appears that one Many a guess is about As Good As another. It was reported once that a a Sweden Oberlander All american Dartmouth Back would be selected hut Oiw Rlander has i suited a Long contract to coach j athletics at Ohio state. That j eliminates one Prospect. This and that ships on the Ocean ii hips on the sea. Cops got the Licker coming in to me. Elijah Elmer Higgs says that an ounce of prevention is Worth to pounds in England. A Man digging ditches the other Day was hit with a pick. Could you Call that the original dirty dig. A a a add in n c. Newspaper do Yon want your hair to go prematurely Gray fill in the Coupon Balow. That pay it a smile when you smoke a $ when a Fellows Happy As a Spring Robin he a just got to show it. Face lighted up like a Sample House. Look at those Jimmy pipers All around you. You can to Tell whether they be just got a raise or whether they be been mentioned in a Rich uncles will. But Here a the secret they be discovered Prince Albert just you tuck a neat wad of p. A. Into the muzzle of that Little old Jimmy pipe and make fire with a match. Man alive. Here a tobacco As is tobacco. Mellow. Mild. A win in every draw. No other tobacco is like Prince Albert. Cool and Sweet and fragrant. Not a nip or a scorch in a barrel of it. The Prince Albert process cuts out bite and parch and develops a tobacco flavor that has Solace and satisfaction written All Over it. Quality tobacco and no mistake. You la say so the instant p. wonderful smoke percolates into your system. Get together now you and your Jimmy pipe and Prince Albert. Step around the Corner and Tell the Man you want a tidy red tin of p. A. Then you re set for real smoke sport. P. A. It told to cry Here in tidy red tins Pound end half Pound tin humidors and Pound Crystal Glass humidors with sponge Moistener top. And always with every hit of Hie and parch removed by the Prince Albert process. Greb to fight Hollywood. Calif., Jan of a Harry Greb middleweight Champion of the world will net Buck Holley in a ten round decision bout hero tomorrow night. Brimse Al a no Othet tobacco like it a 115. B. J. Bornean a Mac Clemow. K. C. J

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