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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 9, 1939, High Point, North Carolina A age to the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Friday. Tune 0, 1039 Kutny a to n to it sport a whirl c Wedgefield it Stow ton ii lilies tonight a a a a a a a a a a i a a a soc Chakales sports falter visitors Many Many things happened in the sporting whirl Vester May. Jon Ignatz Jankowski a Chicago pole bested Paige Dennis in a pitching Duel for tile second time this season to the Dis May of our Good neighbors in Thomasville last night. Further Down the Road Lexington divided a double header with Mooresville. Up in Philadelphia where Ben Franklin took the first Steps to unite this country Sammy Snead who was virtually driven from behind a West Virginia soda Fountain into a Golf super Man. Blistered out a 68 to take the Lead in the first round of the National open. Out at Sedgefield Hardy citizens and horse lovers turned out in Strong fashion for the opening night of the annual show that has reached National proportions despite a flood from the skies that threatened to Wash away the new $6,000 barn yesterday afternoon. And then Frank Barrett won the Emery Wood country club s Junior Golf championship. Lots of things happened. A generous portion of our distinguished citizen group a out in full Flower at the horse show last night. The More beauteous female citizens were decked out in typical horse show finery and the less deadly specie was on its Best behaviour and dress. While the citizens contributed much to the gala appearance of the event the Well groomed ring surrounded by sprawling structures hastily erected to take care of the overflow entries a tastefully arranged Box seat combination alongside the show topped with brightly striped awning material and the colourful attire worn by the contestants loaned More Beauty to the Spruce Lively and Graceful equines. It was All very pleasant. However the course was met. Hunters and jumpers crashed into the first jump described to my As a a Chicken Coop Quot by Nathan avers Secretary of show. The a a Coop was a Box like effect with a base of about three or four feet that forced the horses to leap wide As Well As up. I judge it was slightly higher than 3h feet with some wooden blocks about twice the size of a Normal building Brick. These. I assumed were Square eggs Laid in the a Chicken anyway the a scoop Quot was a very Tough obstacle. Surely no less than a score of riders bounced into the Barrier when footing gave Way and the horses get the momentum to Start the hop. On a couple of occasions the rider was sent clutching around the horse s neck to keep from tailing under the hoofs of his mount. However everyone seemed to enjoy the spills while i marvelled at their escape from injury. That s part of it i reckon. All in All it is a very Good show. The calibre of horses shown will hardly be surpassed in any event in the Sou a this year. The setting As has already been outlined is Ade quate to handle even Large events. And $3,000 in prise Money is a tempting bait financially. Such As bait goes in the horse show game. It has now reached a ranking position with similar exhibits. For those reasons this Corner presents to t. V. Rochelle Nathan Ayers Earl Phillips Welch Harris and the other enthusiasts of the organisation a 4 purple Orchid a for a Good Job Well done. A arrs to whips Linker Iii juniors ii a is am. Bees get crack at Triangle nine tomorrow Good crowd sees at the opening of the Sedge Iid show opening program of Blue bloods sox play King tonight Hanes tilt postponed afternoon and night serious today and saturday a Jun hug late. Southern Pines youngster turns in Fine Victory on lady Durham by soc Chakales Enterprise sports editor a firmer turf is in Prospect for the elite of Dixie s horse flesh for the double attraction at the Wedgefield horse show this afternoon and tonight after tile Equine beauties had slithered and slipped through a 15-event program last night before a comfortable and enthusiastic crowd. The afternoon slate got under a. Way at 2 o clock and the night j presentation will be Given at 8 of clock. A similar double barrelled slate is carded for tomorrow. Well received despite Uncertain footing that sent jumpers skidding full Speed into barriers and caused a couple of minor mishaps on the track proper last night s presentation was Well received by the Doughty crowd that did no to believe the terrific afternoon downpour would cancel the opening night festivities. Little a june bugs Tate a Stripling still years away from his adolescence provided the Hest performance of the night when he skilfully guided lady Durham of the Southern Pines stables of w. O. Moss to a closely fought Triumph in the Knock Down and drag out. In a run off the Little big Man piloted lady Durham to a close Victory Over magic of try owned by George Benoit of Fredericksburg. A. Won opener loser in the Knock Down and drag out. George Benoit s sport Marvel had opened the show by taking the Blue in the Model Hunter s class. The biggest upset of the night was when Edna May Donald of the Tivoli Terrace stables of Hendersonville. Champion in the three gaited stakes last year failed to place in the Model three you uglier successfully defends Emerywood title by a anti t score Frank Garrett last years Emery Wood country club Junior Champion successfully defended his title with a 5 and 4 Victory in 36 holes of match play Over Henry Baker yesterday. The younger of the golfing garretts playing steady Golf throughout the tour n Ament marched to the finals of the tourney by defeating Donald Dunk Beiger and Paul Bryant Hie match with Bryant being closely fought throughout. All even at the end of the first is holes Garrett a Superior tournament experience and steadier play paid off and he quickly established a Lead not to he relinquished until the match ended on the 32nd Hole. Baker in working his Way to he finals scored an upset in eliminating Ansel Snow co med Alisa and one of the pre tournament favourites in a bitterly contested match that saw the two youngsters come to the eighteenth Hole of their match All even. Both were on the Home Hole in two and Baker took the match by Canning a fifteen foot putt for a Birdie three As against snows four. In the Junior Consolation flight. Donald Dunkelberger was victorious As he Defeated j. B. Cooperjr. 5 and 4 Over 18 holes of match it play. A no Celebration for Jim Jeffries on Champ anniversary last of the old line living quietly on Alt for ii in farm in Hobert Myers bar Bank calif., june 0.�?<>> a forty years ago today James j. Jeffries won the heavyweight championship of the world by knocking out Bob fit Saint Mon. Under blazing arc lights in the old Seaside sporting club at Coney Island. New York. The californian boilermaker stopped Ruby Robert in the Lith round and ascended the heavyweight throne As the last of the old line of champions. The great John l. Sullivan Corbett Fitzsimmons and then Jeffries this was the old line. Today Jim Jeff leg paused hut briefly to look Back on the event. Ceremony Celebration new. I done to guess was it just another Day a Yea i guess so. As the years go by you think Hack less in big Jim was reluctant to go into present Day affairs of the ring. He a always been that Way. Quot Ica different head i Mitred finally and added a you know. Too financial. I guess the is kno More. Maybe they knew too of Alt Lull if to % s f a a i Jeffries lives simply hut Well in continue to win a i Aises chickens keeps a hand in boxing in staging weekly Amateur cards in the famed a Jeffries others handle most of the details but the old sex Champ sits in on the proceedings. The White sox look to tonight s tussle with a Strong outfit with King after rain washed out their scheduled contest with the Manes knitters last night at Willis Park. Lame time tonight is h 0o. Report Ilia reached Here indicate that tin Forsyth nine has ii Tut he a gets of knocking off the White sox. Their Ace twill or. Candle will to the Rubl endeavouring to silence the i. Dulls of Date Smith Bryson Peck lie Ion Cooper and other Clouter of the hosiery men. Tile visiting club also boasts of the he Tiest Crew of loft handed hitters in their Vicinity. This mean that Schoolboy Proctor who will probably do Mound chores for the sox will have his hands full for the evening. This is an exhibition tilt for the sox and i the first of three gaited class w hich was won by j contests on tap for Charlie american Queen Mary from the Youngs nine this week end. A a top farms of Pensacola. A iritts. Vint fu., owned by Lupton Veniey 8y the ,.ud pro a Rainwater. Chicago a gunner Barlund 197 highlights of the remaining Finland out pointed Tony Musto 203. Program will come saturday aft j Chicago not Vernoon and night. The Rich $250 new York a Ai a Stu. It Brook Hunter stake will be contested 1>�?Tn out pointed Iruh Eddie Brink saturday afternoon the three and 1scranton, pa., Gol fit edited sl.ke., each wort a a a Al a a. Aaa a i Che. Of a Moi a heavy Wolf lit Kooc and $.00 to the Winner will be Al out Buda 1 l Chicago stake saturday night the closing Atlantic City Billy passion program of the show. 120. Philadelphia out pointed Willie summary of the Wedgefield Roach. 126. Willington Del. Go horse follows Birmingham. Ala a Sammy Magro class no 27�? Model Hunters my Birmingham a out pointed Jow first. Sport Marvel owned by Quad pm Mexico City go George Benoit Fredericksburg wrestling last night a. Second Lee birthday own by the associated pressed by George g. Lee of Virginia 1 North Bergen no Steve Beach a. Third. Dun War own-1 Crusher a Casey. 225. Ireland threw de by Antoinette Darden Suffolk j a lab a Mccoy 228. Boston. 46 49. Va., fourth Candorette owned by _ Eleanor Moffett of Asheville. Class no. 7�?Model three gait i de by Charles b. Nunnally Atlan in Art of the crowd that witnessed Tho opening night program at the Wedgefield horse show last night. Below Are or Llan Watkins Welch Harrl owner of secret pall and or. Nathan Ayer leaning Over the rail of tile Vox talking with them i Wilber Jones. All Are of High Point. Above in the flout Row. Left to rigid Are Amos beam former president of the High Point t Kainber of porn Merer Seborn Perry Ami or. Be born Perry. In tile bark Row Are Billy Siceloff. Or. Charles Kearns and or. Earl n. Phillips. Jankowski exercises Jinx Over Toms again deacons Grid schedule lists Trio newcomers to Iii Sali Iii re Flinger drop Denni. 2 to i Canty times came with Homer. Thomasville. June 0. A a Ion Jankowski Ca me to town last night. He brought All his i Southern pitching goods along j and ripped and roared Down j main Street then proceeded to Finch Field where lie continued Swiss lose olympic Gaines International committee seeks new site Aller St. Moritz balks de Saddle horse first. American to. A. And Ridden by Billy Black j Queen Mary owned by a a top Clag no. 41�?Knock Down and in at Charlotte stables of Pensacola. Fla. Sec out first. Lady Durham owned Ond. Artistic lady owned by i by w. Of Moss Southern Pines j grand View farm Winston a and Ridden by a june huge Tate. Loin third miss Lucy Langhorne of Idaville second magic lady owned by Howard w. Gwaltney. Owned and Ridden by George l. Smithfield a fourth Carolan Benoit of Fredericksburg a. Be t Pride owned by Carianne third Spring steel owned by mrs. Farm Norfolk. A Jean l. Page of Sarasota fla., class no. 16�?Model five gait and Ridden by j. Lisier donated Saddle horses first Golden son fourth Virginia girl owned Wake feb est june 0�? up a a Elon Miami i diversity Are the newcomer tile Wake Forest Demon de run will meet on the Gridiron Thi year. Wake Forest has arranged a ten game schedule it follows september i Etc Elon at Greensboro night is. A sail South Carolina Here night do. North Carolina at Cha Tel Bill de Tober to Miami i diversity at Coral Gable night la n. State at Raleigh 21, Western Maryland Here night 2j4, Duke Al Durham november 4, Marshall at Huntington. W. A. Ii Clemson at Clemson s. Car David Tomlinson and Melrose meet at College Little sox col fir Chancel Industrial league Leffier it s open season on Triangle for Adams Millis teams Thi week end and the bees get the first crack at erasing Rod a larks Crew n name from the Industrial league Blue Hook tomorrow. It s not a Frame up on the triangles but Over or Enoch Cooper s Corner the bees Are just waiting for a Chance to ruin All the rivalry that sunday s Battle bet wee die sox and the Industrial team holds. Ten straight wins ten straight times the defending champions have gone out of the Field with Industrial opponents and to times they have he r returned the victors. Either Dawson or Wilson will get the san Day afternoon rail and the on who does no to will go to the h sunday. It might he of interest that Tir Bee Are nestling Coily in the of Lac but that does no to injure the spirit. The game is scheduled a the High school Field. Melrose and Tomlinson w meet at High Point College in league natural. Both clubs Quot fighting neck and neck for the Honor of trailing Triangle and the two clubs Are As evenly Matcher As two glasses of pure water. Oaks play i \ bsh at Oakdale the Jamestown m a leis will play Marsh the league j seventh place team. The Oak j have been hitting at a lath steady Pace and getting fair Grad pitching from Rhyne hut the j one Man staff Hasni to Bren Able a a hear the whole Load. The Amateur league Leaden the Woodmen of the world Tai tussle with the loops baby tear. I Pickett on the latter s Hon ground. The wows have an or Scato hed record. Completing the Amateur Gnu i it s Highland at i and Harriss Covington play a i Tate at Tate. In the commercial Leaf in London. June 9�? up a the to exercise his Jinx Over i Rig International olympic committee Hooks Adams Millis Cees Dennis with a six hit Hall Jam my a shutout until Jim ant mashed a three to he left Field Wall with two men j to took the 19 40 Winter olympics away from St. Moritz Switzer a. Today because Swiss olym Piteh Over i of. Oto gals ,.,.f�?zsrf 0j, la National committees it nil in the eighth. The score a bitty Thomasville i and Jankowski a score now stand at seven won and one lost. The game was the i gift delegates will meet Thi noon to choose another Ite. Swiss officials originally accepted the program Laid Down for j the 19 10 Winter games but later half of refused to run the games unless r. Balu the skiing program was changed regular a scheduled double he held up the first one but the i from a exhibition to a grounds were dry in time for the competitive event second Battle. Tonight the Toms i the i. O. A refused to do Thi go to War with Kannapolis in because of a dispute with the in a doubleheader in Towel town. Ter National ski federation Over boots Miller and Horace Powell the definition of an Amateur. Will probably be the fingers. Yesterday count Baillet la the Ruddy faced Chicago pole j tour president Hedu led to play Oakdale acor at Oakdale and Globe Paris meeting Mill Home the no club. Here ring needs High governing body official suggests a National hating Hoard along baseball line Chicago. June 9.�? up a a a tonal championship rating boart More cooperative help from to various state governing Bodle the i. O. And my ppr i Tiff hurled a masterful game and i tabled Swiss authorities to com i twice worked his Way nut of i ply with toe i. O. C program by Loop second spot Concord. June 9. Concord s up and Down weavers hit the upbeat again thursday and Lam sen Wilon owned by k t. Nnnie. By Mayview Park Uble a and hard of a oof enl a a inst on Saem second a by is 111 v late. 1. In a doubleheader to jump from fourth place to second in n. State league standings while Lexington and Mooresville were splitting a double Hilt. First game Cooleemee Concord a r h Clab r h o xxx Eaton 0 0 0 0 xxx Hnatio 0 0 0 0 26 6 8 21 tourists on top a Charlotte. June 9.�? up a those terror tourists from the land of the sky Are providing the current seam rolling in the Piedmont league. Already roosting on top the ladder a place so Long occupied by Charlottes the Asheville nine turned on Portsmouth yesterday and won the a Riiel opener. 7-1 Max Wilson hurling for the cubs. Was pounded for 12 safeties including Rill halts Home run in the eighth with the bases empty. Charlotte s scheduled game with Rocky mount was rained out. The teams play a doubleheader on the red sox lot tonight. Playing on a Muddy Field. Richmond s Colts slapped Down the Winston Salem twins 11-0. The Colts romped around the base. Almost at will with their 15-hit attack and the twins three errors. Pitcher Leonard allowed cellar Tes hut four hits giving a masterful exhibition. Horne. Colt third baseman slapped out two doubles and two single in five trips to the plate. Norfolk displayed Komei Hing of ringers meet twins fresh from their Victory Over the Greensboro Trade More pitchers the Quot a a ringers will entertain the sure pitching Winston a a semites on the South main Street court tonight beginning Al 7 of clock. The Philippines will improve aviation facilities of the islands. The form that gave it the Pennant last year As the tars Defeated Durham 9-6, and took their fourth consecutive Victory. Tile bulls moved into a 6-0 Lead in the first five innings hut the tars got 13 of their 17 hits in the last five frames to Pound out the decision. Outfielder Derry of the Tat bit by i Atli Bonier in Ike of Iii Wall two on base. Winston Salem second Ameri i Ridden by Billy Tate can maytime owned by a a top class no. 2�?Junior three gait stables third All american car-1 cd Saddle horses first pea Yolanne farms Norfolk Virginia vines society born owned by fourth poetry of motion owned Martin Lee Charlotte and Ridden by Albert Handley Greensboro. By Miles Wright second Sadie class no. 60 a local ladies i Temple owned by o. Jones horsemanship first Feu dist Greensboro and Ridden by c. T. June owned by col. It. . Baker j Case or. Third. American Queen Gerd Man to 3 i 2 2 Mauney if 4 12 1 Greensboro and Ridden by miss Mary of a a top owned by Lup Whitlock c 4 o o 5 f Gerald of 3 2 i i Anne Baker second major Bay i ton yeasty Rainwater of Penso Carter of 4 o i i Baker 3b 3 o i i owned by Charles g. Hinkle and i cola fla., and Ridden by John j of 3 j j i Anil Ridden by mrs. Hinkle third j Lucas fourth. Old Mill Raton Quot 2 0 2 i Saab 2b sol spun Gold owned by o. R Moore owned by old Mill farm Winston Hender n la 4 0 i 4 Barnes a 3 0 0 i and Ridden by miss Clarence Earl Alem and Ridden by Phin Hor Fowler 2b 2 0 0 1 pare c 3 10 6 Anderson. Ton. Or. Johnson p 3 0 0 0 Kim Ett p 2 i i 0 class no. 29 a Light weight class no. 43�?Junior walking jux Moxcy o i o o Wilson p oooo Hunters first. Lee s birthday Hoise first miss Lookout own owned by George g. Lee of Vir j de by Sunset stables. Greenville Ginia Beach va., and Ridden by i s. C., and Ridden by Wade Stepp Jim Causey second. Candorette. 1 second. Lindy Anne Allen owned owned and Ridden by miss elea i by f. A. Stanley of Stanleytown nor Moffett of Asheville third i va., and hidden by de Moss Gay cockade owned by Hobby third Raybuck owned by l. I. Horse farm and Ridden by for Moore jr., of w Ilson and Ridden i Cooleemee rest Ward fourth. Lady Durham. I by h. Dillon. Owned and Ridden by . O. Moss class no. 71 Southern Pines. J Dertian of a a top. Owned class no. 24�?Junior Fine mar Lupton Veazey Rainwater and Ness first. American maytime i Ridden by Johnny Lucas second owned by a a top stables of pen Statesville Star owned by e. . Sac Ola. Fla., driven by John Lu-1 Holton of Statesville and Ridden chs second. Salem boy. Owned by c. T. Case. Or. Third. Norma0&Quot Cooleemee la Concord 5 by Brad f , of a. Owned by of. Eds nmn Quot Quot Jolon t. j. Salem driven by c. T. Case Charlotte and Ridden by Miles hits. D f Kermett 8 in 6 2-3 off Willard North Star owned and Wright. Son 0 in j�?z3 hit by Pitcher by Ker driven by f. A. Stanley of Stan j class no. 67�?roadsters was Matt Fowler. Parsed balls Whitlock Leyton a. Fourth minute Man cancelled because of the wet i and pare. Winning Pitcher Kermett. Owned by Clarence Stimson gov-1 track. Umpires Moose and Hodge. Time 1 35. Earned by Julius Johnston of class no. I Novice Kite i a a Charlotte. J gaited Saddle horse first first second game class no. 31 Hunter Hacks Man owned by grand View farms j inn nos 0l0 first. Gay cockade owned by Winston Salem and Ridden by c. Concord. Ali of 700 Ion 20 Hobby horse farm. Hollins. Va., t. Case. Or. Second poetry of i batteries season. We borne and and Ridden by Forest Ward see motion owned and Ridden by Al j Harper Smith and pare Ond magic lady owned and rid a Vin Handley Goldsboro third. Mountain Poinsetta owned by col. R. . Baker. Greensboro and Ridden by Miles Wright fourth Panorama of tied and Ridden by Lupton Veazey Rainwater. Class no. 6�?juvenile three i gaited class first Champagne. ,. Class no. 49. Pony class j cocktail of a a top owned and re n 7� a l first Midnight Flash owned by Ridden by Lupton Veazey rain-1 company for which he works. G. Wilkins. Elizabethtown and water second Mountain dreams. Ridden by Billy Wilkins second owned by miss Janet Lee Dant of i totals 29 4 8 18 totals a ran for Carter in 7th. Xxx batted for Johnson in 7 the. Xxx batted for Eaton in 7th. Score by innings r too 110 2 4 Concord. 310 200 x�?6. U run batted in Carter motto Hen armenian wami Czerwon. Fitzgerald 2, Roth. Kermett. A a two base hits both. Baker. Home runs Fitzgerald Kermett. Stolen bases Fowler Roth Saab. Sacrifices Roth Kermett. Double plays Saab to Roth. Baker to Sash to Roth. Left i holes that worked the thorns Ville stands into a cheering sweat. Clincher in ninth three singles in succession in i the second inning fetched Home the first giant run. And it looked like enough to win the game until Canty a act. But Dick Luckey a Salisbury team worked on big us again in the first of the ninth and brought Home the Bacon when Frank Jackson walked after Burch dropped his foul near the left Field line. Dvorak sacrificed him to second and Helms a .340 hitter belted him Home with a double. Jackson also drove in the first run when his single proceeded one base hits by Jim Hamblin and Barker. Hamblin the loops Home run King added another single and two walks for hitting honors for the night. Tom Nii Khz threat Jankowski survived an ugly situation in the ninth when he walked Jimmy Matts and Whitey Burch with two away. Young Henry Jenkins the Thomasville High school product grounded to the pole and ended the threat. In the seventh Shealy opened with a single. Sack a n Pope to Luckey on an attempted sacrifice and Matts singled. But Cox Hatting for Curt Leary the new left fielder from Reidsville popped to Branch and Jenkins flied to deep left. Have for those two occasions and the one pitch to Canty in the eighth the tiny Salisbury Lethander fared Well nigh perfectly. He struck out nine men and gave up four passes. Of the two new Comers in the Tommie so lineup the local kid. Jenkins who appeared completely unaffected by the bad disease fared far better noon today or forfeit the games. The Swiss Allied their Flat refusal the morning. The Philippines will have an agricultural Industrial Bank. Page from baseball s so ass books those Are boxing greatest needs today in the of 1 Ion of Joe Triner. Chairman of Illinois athletic commission. Throw in 1 a ral Sharp a it punches for the sport a not a Triner Ald a boxing Doe need atty National dictator Czar in a democracy such As 01 rut it has certain needs if it ment. V voting consulted third base i Benefit from the natural into Den by George Benoit of Fred Ericksburg a. Third. Dun War owned and Ridden by Antoinette Darden Suffolk. A. Fourth. Candorette owned and Ridden by miss Eleanor Moffitt of Asheville. San Keney Reh uns South Bend id june 9 Chuck Sweeney notre Dame s play wrecking All America end of 1937 w to spurned pro football for business has been transferred Billy boy owned and Ridden by Bayne Welker. Greensboro third. Little Jack Horner owned by ii. S. W Eiker Greensboro and Ridden by a Little Cliffy Eller states Barbour Hie by. Third. Sporty Equine i an mail Rex owned by Mil Ray stables of eos Angeles june 9�?ma-Grecnville, s. And Ridden by Licitis 12-year-old thoroughbred Connie Emery fourth Mountain now retired from racing received rhythm also owned by Miliav i More than 75, iou letters Dom ump Connors and their Fondu Aion was that the throw was a Ball. Then Salisbury a chief Dick Luckey argued heatedly and announced that he was playing the game under protest. All was forgotten in the ninth when Jackson scored though. The game marked Jankowski a second Victory Over Dennis this year. The first time he ended big us s 25-game winning Streak. Which leaves the Tommie vet with room for a suit against the Salisbury youngster. Salisbury Tho Maxville a rho a rho Helms of Soh Connor 3b 4011 Jarvis is 5 0 0 0 Canty of 4 113 Branch 3b Luckey c it always has held with the Tion s sports fans. A commissions in Hie slates should make it their hot Ness to treat Small promoters the Way the business Man to a customer a with considers and respect. The commis i should see that Young fighters not Over matched that obvious poor bouts not be ballyhooed or matches which Are certain to c appoint the Public. A with a dearth of Good a Iii. Commissions should not x Low tile few Good Young Filc to be rushed into bouts Over the a Heads. And a natural bouts i#-4 0 2 2 Mueller la 4 o i is tween beginning youngsters n 4 0 010 Shealy 2b 4 0 12 Small towns should not be moot Hamblin la 2 i 2 9 sack an of 4 0 14, int0 larger cities. The Small Tov Barker of 4 0 12 Maut c 2 0 17 1 boxy or fax a Jug the Backbone to Jackson of 3 12 1 Leary of 2 0 0 2 a Dvorak 2b 3 0 0 3 Burch of 0 0 0 0 Jankow i p 3 0 0 0 Jenkins is 4 0 0 2 Dennis p 3 0 0 1 a cow 10 0 0 totals 33 2 7 27 totals 32 i 6 27 a batted for Leary in seventh. Score by innings. R. Salisbury. 010 too 001�?2 Thomasville. 000 000 010�?1 error Burch. Assists Jarvis 2, Jackson. Dvorak 4 Jankowski 2. Mueller Jenkins. Dennis 4. Runs batted to Jackson. Canty Helms two base hit Hackman. Helms. Home run Canty. Stolen base Helm. Sacrifice Dvorak double play Dennis to Jenkins to Mueller. Left on bases Salisbury 9 Thomasville 9 base on balls off Jankowski 4 Dennis 4. Struck out by the sport and he should reef in fair Triner said he believes a a tonal rating Board would a be liar Nate Hie silly situation of a a being recognized As Champion one state and not a thirdly i think boxing a a promotional motion picture s As major league baseball a c vol oped with so much us such a picture showing the ? Points of Hie sport could by to rated by a prominent figures Jack Dempsey or Jim Brazand shown in colleges univ tics and High Farmer of Ireland Are fight Ilia fourth Sears Woods own Ridden by Millie Emery. Tans Jankowski 9 by Dennis 7. Umpire or hit Tho Ball squarely on the Young Lohr and Connors. Time 1 58. Threatened tax increases. Nose. Although there were always. Fielders in the Way and handled j three chances at Short perfectly. I one the difficult double play Pivot. Leary struck out twice with men on base and finally was jerked in favor of Cox in the i seventh. Word Battle a top won fireworks broke out in the i eighth when temp Tom Young re j versed a decision on a pitch to j Ted Mueller. It appeared that he had first called the pitch a Ball.1 then quickly changed it to a strike. Jimmy Matts rushed from i the mommies Bench and aided Mueller in presenting the argue Junior chamber of Commerce air classic sunday june Lith 2 15 p. In. Greensboro High Point Airport ski All nationality famous Speed and stunt at admission 50c free parking

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