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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 6, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Luck uhf. I uric a i Fofi he High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of 1tigi1 Point. North carotid \ Page Nin georgian entry in Sedgefield three gaited stakes league standings american league team Wou lost pct. New York. 33 8 .805 Boston. .23 15 .590 Chicago. .23 18 .561 Cleveland. 21 18 .525 Detroit. 18 24 .429 Philadelphia. 17 24 .415 Washington. 15 26 .386 St. Louis. 13 29 .310 National league team won lost pct. Cincinnati. 29 14 .674 St. Louis. 17 .575 Pittsburgh. .22 20 .524 Chicago. 20 .524 Brooklyn. 20 .500 new York. 24 .442 Bolton. 17 23 .425 Philadelphia. 27 .325 n. C. State league won lost pct. Salisbury. 13 .629 Thomasville. 14 .576 Mooresville. 15 .572 Lexington. 16 .529 Concord. 16 .525 Kannapolis. 18 .455 Cooleemee. 20 .412 Landis. La 23 .324 Piedmont league team. Won lost pct. Asheville. .27 17 .614 Portsmouth. .25 20 .556 Charlotte. 23 19 .548 Richmond. 20 .535 Rocky mount. .23 22 .511 Durham. 20 20 500 Norfolk. .19 24 .432 Winston Salem. 14 31 411 does not include game last night. Filoiii Billy Black of Atlanta i shown above on bold venture a three galled Waddler m Elting top honors in that performance at the animal be infield horse show which Ojo in thursday night at h of clock. Hold venture has won several events in Georgia and Alabama this Jear. Billy the owner is the son of to Harles h. Black of Tanta. Bridges Man of the sports Roundup hour after shutout by Eddie Brietz Yankees look Al Niue Conte Epp first i Imp in Oyer a year by Bill White associated pre sport writer if Detroit Tommy Bridge Hany political leanings this certainly is an opportune time for in to announce for office. That four hit 3-0 pitching a earpiece he turned in yesterday against the Yankees a the first line they have been shut out since he Browns did it june 18. 1938 a has made him baseball a Man of he moment. The downfall of the Yankees actually their eighth loss in 41 Ainee added some fire to what each Del Baker of the tigers has Aid publicly that he d Battle Mem to the last ditch and concede pm tithing. Irta is open i while messes. Greenberg Mains. Fox and Rogell were reviving Hope of making a race out of he american league the siege uns of the National league the Cincinnati reds boomed of vinous a again. A Bucky Walters was limiting he new York Olanta to seven hits is mates were kicking three giant rulers All Over the Polo grounds a shining 18 hits into an i Plosive 8-2 Victory. It was their 18th n their last 22 starts. The Yankee defeat gave the sered place red sox a Chance to love up a game in the percentage Olumn but the sox did t grasp to largely because they could t Olve the offerings of Cleveland Johnny Allen. Johnny scored a -5 Victory. The third place White sox took Cue from the three hit pitching f Jack Knott and whacked out a 2-1 Victory Over the none too Gile athletics. A couple of , by gee Walker and Ollie Telma. Helped Jack to his first Victory la five starts. Washington and the St. Louis Downs were Idle. D is bide la ital though the rambunctious red Eera to Nave a monopoly on the headlines in their circuit there Here some other noteworthy Hap Lenings. The seven hit pitching exhibition put on by Brooklyn s Vito Mulla was Good enough to Pace he Flat Ushers to a 8-2 win Over he pirates from Pittsburgh. The St. Louis cardinals weren to rested any too Well. Max West and Rookie Eddio Miller helped themselves to three homers West of two and paced the Boston Lees to a 10-4 Victory. Larry French Charlie Root and one club Golf tournament for women starts tomorrow a Nova on Edtih Gulf tournament for ladles will in held tomorrow at the Emery Wood country club starting at la o clock it a announced today by mrs. S. S. Maunder chairman o flite committee to arrangement. Play will continue until i of clock in the afternoon. Thi is the fir of even events i tit in run Tiff at the club. Major league leaders the big six both associated press batting beat three in each league player. Club o a r h pct Arnovich. Phillies. 41 158 28 61 .386 Mcquinn. Browns. 42 168 34 60 .357 Campbel. Indiana. 25 76 17 27 .355 it Gina. Tigers. 22 74 8 26 .351 Hassett. Bees. 36 128 15 55 344 Mccormick red 43 173 32 59 .341 Home runs american league Reenberg. Tigers. Selkirk Yankees. Will isms. Red 80snational league Camail. Dodgers Lombardi reds. Mccormick red. Miser card. Runs batted in american league Wright. Senator. Williams. Red sox. Greenberg. Tiger. Selkirk. Yankee National league Goodman red. Mccormick reds. Lombardi. Reds. Rife pirates. 12 to 8 to to 9 9 39 3 36 36 37 36 36 35 Honing authority passes new London conn., june s up a Thomas it. Donahue. 7 b. Nationally known boxing authority and Connecticut s first state athletic commissioner died yesterday of a heart ailment. Donahue was a former president of the National boxing association. Gene Dillard of the Chicago cubs were punched around for 13 hits by the Phillies enough for any 8-7 Philadelphia Victory. French was charged with the lost. Dizzy Deau pitched the eighth and did t allow a hit. Sox open weekend slate with. Hanes thursday Nite by Mable Grant a quartet of Tough Diamond Battle await the Adams Milli 14 bite sox till week end the first of theme coming off thursday night when Charlie Young and Iii cohort mix it tip with the Han Knitter of Winston Salem in a return engagement. Contests with tin King nine Aud two with a it hosiery follow to round out lilt week end labor for the sox. An added interest conies with the mane game in that bed Phelps husky right hander will take the Mound for the twin City aggregation after hurling the sox to a 11-0 Triumph Over tile touring House of David nine recently. If find Iii offering a difficult a the Itear men did tile locals Are in for a Tough night. Phelps1 most recent Conquest was Over Ham Hosier sunday tossing a four hit i-1 Victory. Just it to will twirl for the sox thursday night was not made known by manager Charlie Young. Then on Friday night Here a Classy nine from King furnishes opposition Iii an exhibition tilt. This thriving com Iii Unity near 44 inst ii Sfalcin always turn out a Well balanced Lull this year s product being one of its Best. Completing their initial round of inter City opponent on saturday the sox take Oil May hosiery at 8 00 at Willi Park. The Burlington nine now rest Iii second place in league standing. Again on sunday May come Over for an exhibition contest with lie local club. New York. June 6 Pic scoop Rad Alabama is bigger and better this year and really has got the stuff. Old Nap cajole. Wanted for the baseball Centennial Celebration finally was located at Mentor. Ohio through a newspaper want and. ,. Long distance guess on the National open finish Nelson Picard Cooper. Uldahl Snead. Met Hogan and Wood. Forget those stories that Tennessee already has signed for next year s Orange bowl game. Tennessee is shooting for a $70,000 Date january i and you can gues where. 4 rid veil Henry Armstrong a Lari Job la sen. Norwegian heavy and Jeff Dickson Paris promoter. Departed Larry mar Imail to Swarthmore to see Iii mid graduate and Lam m Henna general manager of the skidding St. Paul saints on a Hunt for Talent lot of it. You can laugh at the dodgers and their Midnight triple plays. Hut they re the first big league team to pass the 300.000 Mark in Home attendance. It will be Quot to m Carthy Day at the stadium june 18. Birmingham Ala has a featherweight Darse Robertson about due to crash the big time. Stud Chandler told Atlanta papers hell be taking his regular turn with the yanks in two weeks. Boh Henricha. Ace Pitcher and Captain of the u. Of 44 Wisconsin nine passed tip offers from five other major league clubs to sign with the giants. Boh Hay i it of Angeles time a we Ferrell tin Pitcher released by the Yankees is known in baseball and ice Cream circles As the a had humor Monty Stratton who still insists hell pitch again is tossing pm up in hitting practice. America Russo a 16-year-old High schooler will portray the role of Al St Haecht Iii the cavalcade of baseball at Cooperstown next monday. By Sherman Veteran sports editor of the Lincoln neb Star is Back on the Job after a collapse. The Grapevine says John Myatt Brooklyn Trainer got the air for neglecting to report several absences from the reservation of Baron boots of Fen Berger. Eddie Borden former boxing writer is the no. I plunger on Broadway right now. 44 alter mistier Catcher for Lima Iii tin Ohio state let eague a tailed out on strike. ,. Ile thought the last pitch Eva a Hall and wont Hack to the dugout to change hat. He returned to tile plate anti a fanned for a second time before the Umpire official scorer and rival manager realized what was going on. 44 hat Hurt was the second whiff retired the Side. Oscar Vitt a Eben Chapmans base running in the White sox series reminds me of a Newark Rookie who was caught trying for a Long shot extra has. Coming into the Bench he apologized a i guess i Over hustled Thoro i talk of putting on a Day at the world fair for the first american league player to hit a Hall through the Danker infield. Tuia no i. A Tom Lin son tomorrow rip Collins Tomlinson sluggers nestled in second place in the Industrial league standing and will Strain every nerve tomorrow afternoon at High Point College. When they intend to break triangles winning Streak. Results yesterday american league Cleveland 7 Boston. 5. Detroit 3 new York. 0 Chicago 12 Philadelphia. I. Only games scheduled. National league Brooklyn. 6 Pittsburgh. 2. Boston to St. Louis. 4. Cincinnati. 8, new York. 2. Philadelphia 8 Chicago 7. Piedmont league Norfolk. 13 Rocky mount. 4. Asheville 6 Winston Salem 3. Charlotte 17 Richmond i. Durham 8 Portsmouth 3. By state league Reidsville la Mayodan 9. It. Airy is. Leadville. 4. Danville 5 Martinsville. 2. South Boston. 5 Bassett 4. North state league Thomasville. 6 Landis 2. Cooleemee 17 Lexington la. Salisbury 2, Concord. 0 Mooresville 6 Kannapolis 3. Tar Heel league Gastonia 2 Statesville 1. Shelby i Lenoir. 0 Hickory Newton Conover i. American association St Paul 3 Columbus. 2. Four night game Texas league Beaumont. 3. Dallas. I. Three night games. Games today american league also probable pitchers. Philadelphia at Chicago cat Ltd 3-4j versus Dietrich 4-2washington at St Louis Leonard Ltd a 1 versus Harriss i a. New York at Detroit Hildebrand list versus Rowe 1-3. Bouton at Cleveland Auker 3-2 versus Drake 0-1. National league also probable pitchers. Chicago at Philadelphia Page 1-21 versus Johnson 3-1. St. Louts at Bostons Davis 7-3 versus Shofner t0-i. Pittsburgh at Brooklyn Bowman 3 2 versus Mungo 3-3. Cincinnati at new York a Vander Meer 3-2 versus Calvo 2-3. Piedmont league Asheville at Winston Salem. Rocky mount at Norfolk. Portsmouth at Durham. Richmond at Charlotte n. C. State league Kannapolis at Mooresville. Thomasville at Landis. Cooleemee at Lexington. Salisbury at Concord Canzon ets comeback Trail near end As Blake scores Buffalo. A june 6.�? i Tony Canzone in strip along the comeback Trail appeared near a end today following a ten round pasting he met at the hands of Haiti Blake Young Buffalo negro lightweight fresh out of Amateur ranks. Blake s Speed and flashing left hand left the one time lightweight Champion a tired bloody and beaten fighter last night. The courageous former Champ rocked hts Young opponent in the ninth and tenth rounds As he tried desperately for a knockout hut he never was Able to catch the elusive Blake with the pay off punch. Spy sentenced Marseille France june 6. A to a Gino Maresco an italian. A condemned by an army court martial today to eight years in prison for espionage. Fights last night by the Avo coated press Chicago Milt Aron 151 1-2 Chicago out pointed Bobby Britton 14 6, Miami to Washington d. C. A Joey Archibald 124 1-2, Providence r. I., out pointed Joey Silva. 127 1-4, Philadelphia. To Bufalo n. Y. A Harris Blake. 134. Buffalo out pointed Tony Canzone 140 1-2, former lightweight Champion new York t to Windsor ont. A Orville Drouard 137, Windsor knocked out Jimmy Harper 135, Cincinnati 5. San Antonio Pancho Villa. 120, bantamweight Champion of Mexico stopped Jimmy Lacoume 125, Chicago 3. Dayton o. A buddy Knox 18 7, Dayton stopped Leroy Hayne. 192, Philadelphia 2. Newark. N j a Billy White 143. Baltimore out pointed Billy Beauhuld. 141. Jersey City 8. Baltimore a Pete Galiano Baltimore and Frankie terran ova new York Drew to lightweights. Tubercular Leader Dies new Haven conn., june to. A up a or. Stephen j. Maher 79. Nationally known authority of tuberculosis died unexpectedly today at his Home Here. He had been chairman of the Connecticut tuberculosis commission for 28 years. Spain speeds rebuilding concentration Camps Kal being filled with new arrests Madrid june 6.�? put a the secret service and civil and military authorities have appealed to the Public to denounce any person suspected of a criminal acts during or after the Republican regime. While military tribunals Are working Day and night imposing death penalties and prison terms new batches of arrests Are filling concentration Camps. Nationalists estimated the tribunals would Complete their task in 12 months. All death sentences Are being speedily carried out. Thousands Are getting Long prison terms. The Only official figure on the number of executions was 688 from March 28, when Madrid fell to May 26, two thousand officers and political chiefs of Republican Spain Are in Madrid prisons awaiting trials. Twenty thousand Republican militiamen Are in a concentration cart it at Alicante the military and political information service estimated that 15.000 persons had been seized since the fall of Madrid charged with assassinations the burning and sacking of churches robbery and treason. Madrid police seize 20 to too persons a Day. Similar numbers Are being arrested at Murcia Barcelona Alicante Almetia be Rona and other cities recently incorporated in nationalist Spain. Wage difference cause of fight textile Industry Keist inc because of map Between Ani and Quot inside orders Raleigh. June 6.�?an existing differential of about seven and a half cents an hour Between the Par of a Yard Quot and a inside Quot workers in the textile Industry is the real cause of the aggressive resistance North Carolina textile Mill owners Are making to the new 32 h cent per hour minimum wage proposed in a majority re port to the wage hour administrator commissioner of labor Forrest Shuford believes. The commissioner explained that the proposed increase in the minimum wage if confined to the �?oinside1�?T workers would hardly effect More than five per cent of employees in North Carolina s larger textile plants which employ by far a majority of workers. The increase in payroll total would not be great and would probably not he fought to vigorously by owners. A but if the minimum wage of the outside workers practically All of whom Are negroes were increased to 321 cents which h is about the minimum for inside workers practically All of whom i Are White a then the inside work i or it will demand a continuation of the present differential Between them and the outside workers a a he said. Which would mean he continued. That the Mills would have to increase their payroll just enough to meet the increase for those below the 32 a minimum hut would mean an increase for All workers in order to a keep peace in the the or a wage scale which most of the larger North Carolina Mills still observe recognized a differential Between Yard and inside worker and set minimums of 22 a and 30 cents for them respectively. Commissioner Shuford said he has not had time to read and digest in full both the majority and minority reports of the textile wage committee which reported recently to administrator k. F. Andrews. A a a. �?4 a first College Dean will resign from state faculty Raleigh. June a or. Thomas Perrin Harrison who was he first Dean of the College at n. C. State College her will retire from the English faculty and become Dean emeritus of the College and College editor it was revealed today. Col. W. Harrelton. Dean of administration said Dean Harrison came to n. A state in 1910. Brought by the late president d. If. Hill and had been a member of the faculty since. Adjustments were in the English department to fill his chair. After 38 years in Senate. Virginia legislator ii to Martinsville. A. June 6 up a state senator William a Garrett. 85. Oldest legislator in Point of continuous service in the United states announced today lie would not seek re election this year. A member of the Virginia Senate continuously since t901, senator Garrett has served As chairman of the finance committee for the past 23 years. Garrett is a native of rocking Ham county. N. C. Bing out 44 lib Bells Olyphant a. June 6 a i put a an electrical storm fouled the towns Telephone system causing a phones to ring simultaneously in 2,500 Homes. Operators nearly talked themselves hoarse explaining to subscribers. Hardly had they finished when telephones rang a second time and the weary operators had to go through the explanation again. There is one automobile to every 71 of the world Inhabi-1 Tauts. Chief Justice Hughes stricken copy. Harris and Ewing suffering from an internal ulcer supreme court chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes 77, shown above in Hii latest photograph was confined to his Home for a Complete rest and treatment. Associates predicted a full recovery for him. Ahi tin Iii Aav j in Vito As this information service on Ardura try and the Orient where can i get in touch with this reply the Institute of Pacific relations 129 e. 52nd Street n. Y. A. Has As its purpose the promotion of better economic and cultural relations Between this country and All countries of the Pacific area China. Japan the Philippines Australia. New sea a Tri j land. If you should write to them they would he glad to Send you further information about their activities lion is brought to you by special arrangement with teachers College. Columbia University new York City. Questions on education May be submitted through this newspaper. Wow question How much sleep do children require reply authorities disagree As to the exact amount of sleep children should have amount of sleep depends upon the age of the child the Quality of the sleep and the individual nature of the child. Some children need less than others some need More. According to figures compiled 1 by the children a Bureau of the u. Z. Department of lather children should have Al birth 29 22 hours 6 months. 16-18 hours i year 14-16 hours 2-5 years 13-tf hour 8-< year. 12 hours the commencement program Wil years la hours 11-12 in j a a the University of North years 10-11 hours. Carolina tonight with the Bac question a can popular music Cala Reite add of John tombs used to develop a child in f pie it Mew 2tm,n Birmingham Terpst in messiest music a Quot i Al newspaper editor and a reply children often like 1 or Liberty group rallies in j. C inspired by court ruling body plans meeting in halite s stronghold Jersey City. N. J., june 6. A up a their ostracism ended by a United state supreme court Ruli if he american civil liberties i Ilion and Albe groups mapped new plans today for a mass meeting in this democratic stronghold of mayor Hague Friday night was set As the time for an Acyl sponsored meeting in journal Square or some other Section of the City from which they had been repeatedly haired by Hague a administration. Norman Thomas. Socialist Leader who was evicted from journal Square 14 months ago when he attempted a Street speech without a permit announced he would be a speaker at the rally. Meanwhile Hague with Wrom Acle officials planned to Confer today or tomorrow regarding the meeting promised he would a a implicitly obey the court s ruling which nullified a City ordinance that had been invoked to prevent Cio mass meetings. The meetings Thomas said will show a whether Hague has the will and the Power to enforce the Cio officials predicted the 1 uling would a Only drive Hague underground in his fight against the supreme court decision handed Down yesterday in a 5 to 2 opinion sustained injunctions against Hague and other City officials issued by the Federal District court for new Jersey and he Federal third circuit court of appeals at Philadelphia. School group to consider wages communion meets thursday to make out in creased pay schedule Graves Speaks at la. N. C. Finals Chapel Hill. June 6.�? up a awing and the popular tune Raleigh Jim 6�?up a the Stet school commission will meet Here thursday to make up a pay schedule for teacher on the basis of an estimated $200.-000 to $250,000 additional that will he available this year. Lloyd Griffin Secretary of the commission has announced that 1200 additional teachers would he employed in 1939-40. In the cur irent year 24.167 teachers were ton the states payroll. Teachers Are assigned to schools Ion the basis of average daily i attendance. The legislature increased funds for instructional service during the coming fiscal year i but authorized the commission to decide How the Money should he apportioned. Fart of the increased appropriation will he Weed to Par the additional teacher and to meet increment a i turd la remainder diplomas 8200.out to $250,000. School officials sad would he used to in approximately 560 often these tunes Arp based on Zwir awarded. President Frank classical melodies some teach i p Graham of the University w ill Ocie it up salaries or arouse children a interest in the seniors a Farewell and j Good music by pointing out the dress and governor Clyde r. Hoey will present the diplomas. A number of class reunions were held today. Origin of popular tunes chowing the child that classic music is not necessarily difficult or obscure but something to be enjoyed. Barrymore s recent illness has no affect in acting some leathers hold that popu a Honora galore a music a a swing and All. Bac Cambridge England. Lac a strategic place in the classroom. It can he used to enlarge musical experience and understanding. Children have a natural interest in popular music Ami teachers can employ this interest for educational purposes. The popular introduction often sends hearers Hack to the originals. Not All teachers of music agree with this View Many feel that such an approach to music demands an exceptional teacher. A teaching an appreciation of the a classic a through the popular music of today can to easily Over emphasized a a classroom technique a says or. Harry r. Wilson of teachers College. A Why approach Schubert so unfinished symphony through the sentimental a song of love from a Blossom an introduction to a swing Quot versions will not necessarily Lead children to recognize the Superior a Lute of the originals. In fact the opposite Effort is often the result. In most cases it seems More feasible to approach the a fiascos Quot directly and to show How these themes Are often used by popular question of the present adult population of the United states How Many completed High school Grad school reply of the 76,000.000 adults in this country today 12.-000.000 finished High school 32.000 too finished the 8th Grade of elementary school question 44 hat is the average salary of teachers in Public elementary schools in Large cities How does this compare with the average Twenty years ago with the salaries in Smalt town schools reply for the school year 1938-39 the median salary for element a by school teachers in cities of Over 100.000 population was $2217. In 1918-19 it was $936. In Small towns population 2.500 to 5.000 the median salary in 1936-39 a $1096. As compared to $693. In 1918-19. Professor Edward s. Ovenden of teachers College holds that a the salaries paid to teachers determine in Large measure the kind and Quality of persons at i traded to and retained in teach i lug the Tea hers in turn deter j mine to a Large degree the Type i and effectiveness of the schools in which they work. The Rise in elfin entry school salaries in t last Twenty years reflects the r in the standards of teaching in these question could you Tell me whether there is an organization for the promotion of better cultural relations Between this coup Chicago june 6.- a John i Barrymore Learned from the Thea june a re critics today that his recent 6.�? of Joseph p. Kennedy to j illness has had no deterrent of Day was Given i sixth honorary feet on his acting. Decree since becoming United states ambassador to London March 8, 1938. Smilingly hut silently he accepted a doctorate of Laws from Earl Baldwin former British prime minister who is Chancellor of Cambridge University in a stately ceremony in the University a Senate House. They gave the stage Veteran unqualified Prau a for his performance last night in a my dear Barrymore suffered a slight heart attack which forced a shutdown of the show last week. In the capacity crowd that saw the reopening was his famous sinter Ethel. The Ria Good looking restful Riding Safe enjoy the prestige and satisfaction of owning this Brilliant performing 6 Cylinder team mate of Studebaker a a famous commander and president. Get this super Safe soundly built easy handling lowest Price car that rides with delightful Comfort and saves you Many dollars on Gas tires repairs. Go for a revealing Champion drive today. Low Down payment easy c. I. T. Terms. See your local Studebaker dealer

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