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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 31, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Be stay january 31, 1930toe High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of High Point North Carolina Page one wok Fortl w ill Cive to of Iii Oles assistance Spartanburg s. A. Jan. I. Of a Wofford College which gently announced plans to Aid hides Fin the rally will offer 22 Metic scholarships this fall. Or. Henry Nelson Snyder present speaking yesterday before e Spartanburg rotary club sex a Ned that the institution would Ter 1ft such awards and that Arta Churg alumni would rive rec More. Six of the scholar is will All expenses he id. And the others will contrib a a portion of the students a St. To fiord lost eight straight j Othall games last fall. The institution is primarily an Uca tonal institution however r. Snyder said. And the axiotes will continue to receive help ily As Long As they keep up or Scholastic work. He denounced the practice of ring athletes Quot expend Quot Tomid scored what. He said was the Active of some institutions of a sifting reports which stated Tat no help had been Given uletes when in fact he said cards were made. A it is important the schools up their Scholastic standing a said. A schools belonging to Andu Nii nig agencies have a Ose watch kept on them and they stray from the straight id Onanow path Guy Art by issued from the Wofford belongs to the South a inter collegiate athletic cassation which recently abolish its Rule against the award of Beetle scholarships Amostown ichor Roll the following students made o Honor Roll at Jamestown it la bean announced High school of Neil Mitchell a roly n Wilton Mary Elizabeth oggetto Mary Weatherly Tilden Rlene Shackelford Wanda Nib. Hetty Lynn Willard ii a i Meredith Julian Mcghee Atherine Kersey Ruby Pendry in Glenla Haley Louise Molln j Wildt d h a a Man Arvin a Hatt. I Mph Groome. Carlie Dell Hen j a Martha Kaye Spencer Ruth Hornton Carol Raper Eloise Obbins Ann Abernathy Harold j Owell Harry Lauder. Grades 1-7 i ois Wood Norma urns Margie Cruthis Allen Mard. John Witcher jr., John j Obert Breedlove Curtis Capps Dward Collins jr., Lorine coins Joan Frierson Wesley far i ton Lester Adams Garnett Rotor Cecil Jones a rot urns Merle Harvel Hetty Jean key Peggy Phillips Billy Mytr Richard Willard Dora Azel Jones Kila Louise Jones Elen Lyon Martha Leonard Tan Hethcox. Margaret Fowler Peggy Yar a Nancy Jones Irene Fine. Uth setter Blanche Price Isla Ells Briggs Rodney Lee Bonito Leo Lowe. Frances Gordon Hugh ordon. Wayne it tour Virgie Lapp Helen Garrett Helen key Ary Elizabeth Lane in it Jean peaks Betty Lane Willard Ancy Joice Younts. Ruby Cook Ruby agile Alma a this Marie Conn Jack fright Robert Dillon Bill Burly Kathryn Floyd Anna i be Erguson Estelle Lee Philip Ullin. Doris Setzer Jeanne fencer. Heil be called White Hope soon Quot a i prize rookies of 1938 have stuff to beat soph. Jinx by Harry Grayson Nea service sports editor the second year frequently is the toughest for a Young player who has obtained a flying Start in the majors. But managers see no cause for concern in regard to the brighter pea greens of 1938. The More prominent of these Are Joe Gordon of the Yankees Jeff Heath Kenny Keltner and Johnny Humphries of the indians George Myatt of the giants Bobby Doerr. Jim Bagby jr., and Emerson Hickman of the red sox Johnny Rizzo and Bot Klinger of the pirates George Washington Case ,jr., Kendall Chase. Taft Wright Emil Leonard and Joe Krakauskas of the senators Sam Chapman of the athletics Enos Slaughter of the cardinals Ernie Koy and Goodwin Rosen of the dodgers Frank Mccormick and Harry Craft of the reds George Mcquinn of the Browns and Chet Laabs and Harry Eizenstat of the tigers. Gordon had competent critics comparing him with Eddie Colins before he struck the american league. Once he hit his stride last Spring he quickly made Yankee supporters forget Tony i Lazzeri. Blessed with All the physical requirements of a great second baseman. Including Power. He should fairly Roar along with a season s experience under his Belt. Expected to take up just where they left off Jeff Heath George Joe Gordon Patrick Edward com i key 1h-year-old Elizabeth v. J., heavyweight works out on the Light hag while ring critic Hail him a a Comer. Cobiakey a hard hitter has scored eight straight knockouts hut is limited to six round bouts Iii new York because of a stall Law forbidding hovers from entering i of round ers until they Are 21. Local Juppo teens a. Townsend group o hold meeting Salisbury Jan. 31. A the St state convention of the town and plan old age pension Inove it in North Carolina has been he duh a for Salisbury on Kilty february to Grant Lowe of Sheville National representative a the state announced Here to a. An All Day program getting Derway at to o clock has been ranged and will be concluded b a speech by Jarry w. Car a of Tallahassee chairman of e Florida Railroad commission the court House at 7 30 p. In. Delegates will assemble at the Adkin hotel at to a. In. Aud there 111 be a number of Short Dis Salon periods prior to a lunch in there at i p. In. Several Yownsend plan officials will he resent to Lead the discussion. Owe said. Or. Carter also will make a it each Friday afternoon at the Adkin hotel following the lunch it a. Townsend club have been or to sized during the past a in be counties in North Carolina id delegates Are expected Here of All of the clubs every Townsen Dite and All hers favouring the plan Are Corally invited to the convention Salisbury february to. E in t ready o impeach for san Francisco. Jan. 31 a a a. E. Ilar Danburg. Who de riled himself As National directs the Middle class league is decided a the time was not in a for his proposal to impeach resident Roosevelt. Hardenburg a Sun Francisco ii blushing House employee said he us a indignant Quot because a French ministry attache had been Al wed Quot Access to military said he referred to the injury Paul Chemidlin in the crash at its Angee january 23 of a new be Douglas bombing Plaue just a plated for army contract Comdr iou. T lassies will play White Oak tonight at 8 of clock Tho \ girls Are slated for stiff sit Ion when they meet the g. Boro White Oak y girls on the m. A. Court. The starting lineup for the High Point y includes Neave Center. Weisner left and Callahan right forwards and Koontz Sowers and Gillespie on the defensive. Harris and Lohr Are slated for action in Tho most of the game in the game at Greensboro with the White Oak y girls the locals were the victors by quite a number of Points. However Martindale of Greensboro was not in the game. Thursday night Tho locals Wili journey to Sumner to meet the Sumner High school on their court at 7 30. There will also to a boys game. In a fast and rough game last night on the Caddell school court the Kress girls of Greensboro whipped the local y girls by the score of 23 to 18. Butler and Garrison were the mainstays for Tho Kress girls with Butler making several spectacular shots. On the offensive the y yanks pick Heath a batting Champ . Even the Yankees famed for w Coral year Jinx is n Tough one to overcome say baseball observers hat consensus is that Jeff their manhandling of pitchers and i die indians George Myatt of the giants and the Yankees Joe Gordon from left to right big innings pick Heath As an american league Hatting Champion. In his first season Tho husky Seattle slugger in 126 games manufactured 21 Home tuns is triples and is doubles in compiling an average of .343. Only a half Doxen Points in Back of Jimmy Foxx the real Leader. It was Keltner More than any other individual who kept the Cleveland club in front longer than the redskins usually remain there. The Milwaukee third baseman a average dropped to .276 toward the fag end but not until he had amassed the better part of 2 66 total bases which included 31 doubles Aud 26 Home rum. Humphries hat the size and easy delivery of the standout right hander. Myatt is hailed As the giants Slickest third baseman Arnee Fred have what it takes. Die Lindstrom. The ran Diego flyer has the Spring of the Star infielder. He had the unusual experience of joining the Polo grounders in mid season and compiling higher Hatting. .306. And Fielding averages in the National than he had with Jersey City in the International. Myatt perhaps is the fastest base runner in the game. Stole 4 5 bases with the Skeeters and to with the giants. A year older Bobby Doerr should have the stamina Lack of i in Champman should snap out of slump Case of Washington has terrific Speed and Wright a poisonous Shil Lalah. Dutch Leonard and the Knuckles that returned him to the big time Are useful. Bucky Harris has a pair of potential left handed handcuff Kings in Chase and Krakauskas and Detroit another in Harry Eissenstat. Sam Chapman of the athletics slumped toward the end of the grind hut has too natural a stroke not to be a real Good hath handicapped him at times j Ter. Koy of Brooklyn has blazing 1938. Pitchers baggy and Speed but both the Indian and Dick Man Are splendid righthand prospects. Rizzo gave Pittsburgh the right handed batting Power it lacked. Bob lingers curve should keep him around for some time. Rosen must improve their batting. Buck Mccormick who fooled so Many scouts to win an Al Star berth in his initial Campaign appears As sound As a Dollar. Crafts Speed and cleverness Asa Fly Chaser stands him in Good Stead although an outfielder should hit considerably better than the .270 he complied and certainly More than the .237 turned in by Imnaha. Slaughter is expected to improve his .276. Met Quinn found himself at the plate after a Long hard pull. Took his place among the stars with the lowly Browns despite circumstances that would have discouraged an athlete with a heart less Stout. It is the second year that Blind spots in batting Armor and other Hall playing faults often Are uncovered. But members of the 1939 second year class and their managers have every reason to face the new season with Quot the utmost Confidence. Groundhog Day costumed Lod worship the j i to 1 Shadow dodger is gala Holiday in Quarryville its hibernating Hensel who gives weather verdict d Nill the w As so in i Ive made to for the Weisner. Girts t t sex two i y and Quarter when thei Cit Merit when n j excellent Long so sextet. Callahan Neave showed the results of effective coaching with their passing in clock work form. Bulla also played a Brilliant game with Quick passing and shooting malting her the outstanding y player of the evening Rotonta still remains the most valuable player on the defense for the locals with Sowers and Gillespie playing their usual game of effective password. Auen Jay wins from Demolay a Triumph commercial y. M c. A. Ire of 3 4 to Allen Jay scored Over Demolay in a league game at the yesterday by the set 28. A Farmer was High scorer for the winners with 12 Points while Short garnered la for the losers. Frazier for Allen Jay Aud Galli More for Demolay also played outstanding games. Demolay Ailen Jay f to Wall f i Short f i Koontz c Hee g Qai Rimore Vanguard of pilgrimage to the groundhogs Burrow. Joseph Brencman. Lodge fiddler sights Art Tomys Monax. By Nea service Quarryville pa., Jan. Is. A strange goings on Mark recent weeks in the neighbourhood of the hardware store of George Washington Hensel ii. Men with plug hats and shotguns and night gowns and Large keys and Shep hot do a Crooks move mysteriously about. To natives however this is no mystery hut merely preparation for the annual feb. 2 pilgrimage of slumbering groundhog Lodge to the Burrow of their Patron Saint arc Tomys Monax. On that Day As on candlemas Day for 30 years Back the hibernating governor Hensel will Lead his expedition into the Fields near Quarryville and observe with due solemnity and yet with hilarious Quot ceremonial the conduct of arct Mya. If he appears from hts Burrow Aud sees his Shadow the hibernating governor will pro Laim six weeks More of Wanter. If the Day is overcast the slumbering groundhogs will rejoice in the end of Winter. In the morning the 65 members no More no less will follow the venerable patriarch the patriarch do luxe the exalted patriarch and the Plain Ordinary Garden variety of patriarch the venerable past exalted Hiber Nator the just passing exalted j Hibe Nator the first Sleeper i chief Eye rubber and the Secretary and boundless treasurer. I into the Fields with shepherds j Crooks and shotguns they will go. The shotguns Are to defend the defender not to shoot groundhogs. Messengers Rush from one group to another with sealed orders wig wag signals Fly from Hill to Hill. Then when one of Hie Seal cd groups cries out Quot Yocks Quot or something and announces whether the groundhog saw his Shadow or did no to the whole body returns to spend Tho rest of the Day in Hensel a store telling tall stories. The festivities conclude with a Fine Church supper in the evening in the famous Lancaster county Pennsylvania dutch tradition make up your mind or. Sol. Do i see my Shadow or not Swan a incl Suc of to or to Galen ii s. Warner Philadelphia Jan. 31.�? up a Fred Swan for the last fix years an assistant was appointed head football coach at Temple University today to succeed Glenn s. A pop Quot Warner who announced his resignation at his Home in Palo Alto calif., sunday night. The University football committee gave Swan former Stanford Star a three year contract. The salary was not disclosed but a University spokesman said it probably would be $7,5ou a year swans selection to replace the 68-year-old Warner occasioned Little Surprise. The famous Gridiron strategist himself had recommended Swan who was line coach at Temple during Quot pop so regime. The new coach Only 35, captained the 1926 Stanford team. He served As line coach at Colgate and Wisconsin before coming to Temple. Both Swan and Backfield coach j. Charles Quot Chuck Quot Winterburn also a Stanford graduate signed three year contracts two years ago at the same time As Warner. Winterburn was retained by the Temple committee As Backfield coach for three More years. Psychiatrists to examine Pittsburgh cop killer Washington. Pa., Jan. 31.�? apr two psychiatrists were summoned from Pittsburgh today to examine 54-year-old Frank plan to whom District attorney James c. Bane said would be charged with the murder of a state motor patrolman during a four hour siege of the Many a barricaded Home. Corporal George d. Naughton. A state policeman since 1926. And described by his superiors As a Quot splendid outstanding Quot officer was shot through the Chest late yesterday while pleading with Palanzo to open the door of his barricaded room and surrender on minor charges. This Coon dog is Worth plenty-5450 Windsor con Jan. 31 a when 85 persons buy shares in a Coon hound to the tune of $425 that a news that a what happened to Quot Iciek Quot originally the property of Arthur and Ben Clark tobacco banners until they organized the wonder dog Coon club. Tilt dog was a southerner by birth and when he first came North refused to associate with anyone even Coons. Then suddenly one Day he brightened up and treed his Quarry with the greatest of ease. Quot Chick Quot Cost the Brothers Clark $50 hut they had insufficient funds and offered friends and neighbors a Chance to buy in. The Rush nearly overwhelmed them. So Quot Chick Quot carries around i neck a Collar hearing three plate inscribed with the names of the eighty five owners. Duke and Duchess not to visit England for awhile London. Jan. 31.�? a pts the Duke of Windsor indicated today he was not Likely to return to England for at least six months. Replying to an invitation to a rally next summer of the West Wales District of the British legion the former King wrote for himself and Duchess Quot while we greatly appreciate the invitation our plans for a visit to England Are not sufficiently advanced to make it possible for us to super markets 114 East Washington 1300 South main 8 o clock peaches mild Mellow i Llu. T Offee /. Pkg. Evaporated suite it Field High Quality milk floor Snowdrift sugar Asp bread donuts Whitehouse Eva grated Fine granulated 4 24 3 to ails r St i la. Bag la. Cum la. Paper a soft Wist Cir Pullman 2 Plain t Innamo ii Ltd a sugared 29c 10c 22c 67c 49c 47c 15c a Moc loaves nightgowns High hats or any other garment that a is Histing of boots plug outlandish Handy. Quot the groundhog is infallible a says hibernating governor Hensel. A we have nothing but a pitying sympathy for Bliss and old probabilities Baers almanac Hicks Goose Bone artists and sundry eight by ten specialists who know naught about Tbs Check these values ,.5c 5c 13c 3k 5c 14c 53c k to ii s Pim k n t o s Fri a a a ii. But j i of. Eau. G food daily o can. Sunny Field pkg. C or x f l a k k h y to it i t a Jim Dan a sunny Field a a pkg. P it i n is Nice size is Iii. e l ii of i pkg. I eau la e a Iona i in serf 2 la. i l in. Pet amp tarnation 4 la. Cans. 9c 19c 25c 25c 5 la pkg. P e a it k a n a Pound. M a t u la k a Blue Star a a pkg. It ack e it s. Niu Excel 2 la. Sur a t u ii feed 2 la. Hag. Members Wear their regalia con weather but to totals score at Jay 14. Official Steele f to i f to 0 0 0 Farmer t 6 0 12 4 3 la Robbins t 0 0 q 2 i 5 Cumby i i 0 2 i i 3 Coe. T 0 0 to 4 i 9 Oakley c 3 i 7 Frazier g 0 0 0 Case g 5 0 to Suroy g i i 3 la 6 28 total 16 2 34 Mcfayden urges better control half Demolay to Allen Adams Mill la. A now charge Martin with unfair labor practices Detroit. Jan. 31�? top i pollens of Homer Martin in the i United Auto workers Union accused him of a unfair labor practices Quot in a formal complaint filed today with the Detroit office of the National labor relations Board. Making seven specific accusations the complaint charged Martin s dealings with tile Ford telegrams were sent to 501 motor company constituted Quot conspiracy and collusion Quot in violation of the National labor relations act. Ted states senators and oth yesterday by Hardenburg. He id he asked them to what est they would support a move his organization to impeach Disraeli president. Or said the replies or at one received indicated Quot the time own As not yet Ripe via Ole to Bradenton. Fla., Jan. 31 a up Danny Macfayden a mainstay of Tho Boston bees Veteran hurling staff packed into two words today his advice to Rookie pitchers Quot practice Quot the average Young Pitcher coming tip needs control above ill explained Danny who Speaks with the Wisdom acquired through 13 years of play in the american and National leagues. But Macfayden was anxious to talk about the bees. Quot if we get the same kind of Fine pitching we be had the last two years along with the batting strength Al Simmons buddy Bassett and Al Todd All newcomers should give our club the bees Are going to he right up j there battling for second place Quot he declared. The slender player said in j looked for Jim Turner Lou Fette to prompt consideration of appropriations to continue Dies inquiry Washington. Jan. 31. A to a House leaders agreed today to prompt consideration of a Bill to continue the Dies committee on in american activities with a subsequent $100,000 appropriation. The House rules committee which is empowered to give Bills right of Way was called together for hearings on a Resolution by rep. Dies a Tex committee chairman authorizing Extension of his seven Man group for two years. English prime minis land Milburn Shoffner the other time predicted Iii Obi men Quot of the Mound corps in his Maiden speech to perform More successfully than ism of common. They did a 1933. New Mexico democratic party torn by bitter Relief fight Albuquerque n. 31 if a a background Between two of new Mexico s most powerful democratic leaders was projected today into the mass trial of 35 persons accused of coercing Wea workers for political purposes. The names of u. S. Senator Dennis Chavez and former governor Clyde Tingley bitter Intra party foes were brought out Early textile chemist meeting in the trial in which four rela Greenville s. C., Jan. 31. Tires of the senator Are defend it Between 125 and 150 ants. Members Are expected to attend Earl Bowdich University of the Winter meeting of the pied new Mexico building superintend Mont Section american Assoria testified As the hearing open Tion of textile chemists and col Ltd yesterday that spa workers wrists in Greenville february la on a University project were told chairman c. Norris of the a to Quot go Home you did enough Range ments committee said today work yesterday Quot a Day after the several technical talks will he Albuquerque City election last climaxed by a banquet address on april 21. Organic chemical developments by the government charge that or. A. Dahlen of Wilmington i Relief workers were coerced in j Tor Dol thai Campaign to vote Aud work treed. M., candidates of the Quot City charter openly supported by senator Chavez and opposed Ivy Tingley who was chief of the City a regular democratic organization. Quot you knew there were two factious the Tingley faction and the Chavez faction Quot asked defense attorney a. T. Hannett. Quot at the time of the election you were aligned with the Tingley faction weren to you Quot Bowdich said he Quot took no part Quot in the election. Quot yet you hold a position at the state University a commented Hannett. Spectators Aud defendants littered. Indictments against ten of an original 4 5 defendants were dismissed before the trial began and five of them were subpoenaed As government witnesses. Joe Martinez. Personal Secretary of Sena Chavez was among those Lauge bum to Texas carrots kale fresh la. Strawberries pint cabbage celery lettuce hard White head to la 6c 15c 19c 2 for 13c fillets of Perch veal chops fresh standards oysters 14 or whole country hams la. La. Pint la. 15c 15c 17c 25c the. Oie at Atlantic a Pacific Tia. Co these prices apply to our 111 Faut Washington and 1300 South main store

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