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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 10, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Saturday june to 1939the High polm Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry thoe Point North Carolina Page five two Ivrah i nil Fred gel in Lei shoo i Thiv a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a sox prepare for Triangle Battle sunday with. 9-0 win Over Kin count Peacock Snead Itei Isains Alop Only winning As Gui Dable la Ope local entry avers entrant in three gaited Saddle event repeats Pinehurst showing Ery fourth. Mountain smiling dreams owned and Ridden by miss Janet Lee dint Barbourville by. Class no. 50 a local Pony class i first Billy boy owned and Ridden by Bayne Welker second. Little Jack Horner owned by h. S. Welker and rid i Den by Paige Welker third Billy. I two final performance one i owned and Ridden by Alfred Byrson th., afternoon at 2 of clock and i?r.?zc.e�?z league standings Field Tigs unleash Lexington it Ops fade Homer barrage Nightmare loins split twin Bill Johnny Bulla stays up among challenging group a Smith has i to on Mack men other beginning tonight at 8 o clock will bring most successful Sedge Finkl horse show in history to a close. Fourteen events Are scheduled for afternoon performance end 12 events will be run off in closing program featuring five gaited championship in which Cone and Ridden Bayne Welker fifth Bessie owned by E. Young and Ridden by Jerry Bullock who is less than 3 1-2 years of age. Class no. 21 a juvenile five gait amer1can league Well Goldsboro and Ridden by miss a. D. Connor memorial trophy Margaret Handley fourth Dixie own will be defended by Mackle Mon so by c. H. Kirkpatrick Salisbury Roe. Owned by Charles h. Lark and Ridden by miss Nancy Leonard. Of Atlanta. A. Besides trophy i claw no. 33 a working Hunters three placers. Cahnt Peac Ock wins Statesville second Lee count Peacock a Winner in by Jim Causey thirst Irish Gray own recent Pinehurst show owned by de by Hobby horse farm Hollins a. Nathan Ayers local horseman and Ridden by Forrest Ward fourth Sud Ridden by Goode Watkins. Sport Marvel owned by George Benoit won Blue in three gaited a Fredericksburg and Ridden by rus Saddle event last night Only sel1 Walthy first place taken by a High Point horse yesterday. Several High Point entries took seconds and thirds but in corinthian class no. 34 a corinthian Lee s birthday. George g. Lee. ded with local horses this year. A fourth. Spanish King owned and Spanish King s fourth was Hest Ridden by Earl Phillips High Point showing of lot. Spanish King is owned and was Ridden by Earl n. Phillips roadster events took spot More summary of night event class no. 22amateur Fine harness class first Salem boy owned and Ridden by Fred f. Bahnson. Or in team won lost pct. New York. 35 9 .795 i Boston. 20 16 .019 j Chicago. 24 20 .545 Cleveland. 24 21 .533 Detroit. 25 .457 Philadelphia. 27 .400 Washington. Is 28 .391 i St. Louis. 13 33 283 National league team won lost pct Cincinnati. 31 is .674 St. Louts. 25 18 .581 Brooklyn. 22 21 512 Chicago. 23 23 .500 Pittsburg. 23 23 .500 i new York. 22 25 .468 Boston. 19 25 .432 Philadelphia. 14 29 .320 n. State Lead k i team won lost pct. Salisbury. 25 14 041 Mooresville. 22 17 .508 i Thomasville. 21 17 .553 j Concord. 22 18 .550 Lexington. 20 19 .513 i Kannapolis. 19 20 .487 j Cooleemee. ,. 14 24 ,308 Landis. 13 26 333 Piedmont league j team won lost pct. I Asheville. 29 19 .004 Charlotte. 25 20 ,556 Richmond. 25 22 .532 Portsmouth. 20 23 .531 Durham. 22 22 .500 Rocky mount. 23 25 .479 i Norfolk. 23 25 .479 Winston Salem. 10 33 .327 by Gayle Talbot Philadelphia june to. Map a barring a Miracle there will be no third term for jiving Ralph Guldahl in National open Golf championship. I Greenperg nears Ruth s record with two circuit Kouts wild and wooly affair ends Iii 12th with Salisbury rally Fly pm Kman it Shpuk Lexington june by Judson Bailey a sports writer it s a Long Trail to babe i Boston Tea party have As Field went into today s Ruth a record of co Home runs j Given British As much worry two final furious rounds at Spring Mill husky two time was right on ragged a j j v 11 i 11 3 i Luiu it us a Vijh a. Ulm j a v Viu Roii co Mui la a a of i j up lug in a single season impregnable a v0 raucous Lexington and a win Ner since Imo Hilt it Isnit Norema Salisbury managers Jim Callahan i Edge isell it ult it ish t plot a Januj Dick Luckey gave umpires Ridenhour Here Powell stops Towel Era in opener Millers runs into hit Parade Kannapolis. June split s double header with Thomasville at Kannapolis baseball part winning night tilt 11-0, after dropping first game 5-6 yesterday afternoon Rivers and Wood new Howeler Young Blanks Forsyth nine on three hits his revolting subjects on j Titre to disclose that big Hank Clern Mer and 1v,u1iu111 in verge of giving him works. Greenberg is on scent again last night. Besides that. The rain i la i8 and Job spa jew allowed i Guldahl was t ready to concede he notched i 13th four base washed All starch out of i of a a a a m f anything but he must have Felt j blow with two on yesterday to j arbiters collars soaked Box seats help Detroit dynamite Philo Laud left puddles a1 Lover Dia nervous. Afternoon game while local lads collected six base knocks off Powell and Dennis. Mueller tripled Sam Snead Leader at Delphia athletics 14-4. His help mend but still 1.000 fans a a i Enn. Luf p j half Way Mark with 139 blows j wan hardly needed to win. He Wollod for More Hawaii Sot it la it1hnmf�vcl� a a he Quot tin and was five Gaudy strokes out in cause Pete Fox homered with until Salisbury eventually won. I d Doub pm ,0 and play j bases loaded and Rookie bar &Quot"5. Minute Ney Mccosky performed trick j it really would t have been so a last nights games not included Al of naw Beek farms Paoli and Ridden by Clay Welker. Pa., on to blues in roadster cd no. 37 local jumping first i Glassc. Both last night and yes spot owned by Redfield Stales and a crr Ona v Gerdav afternoon j Ridden by Alfred Bryson second. Al results yesterday ten met noun Giro. Patted Peco owned by Charles l. Amos. High International league combination three gated j an j Nodden by grorr<1 Bryaon i Rochler 7> Jermy cloy harness and Saddle horse event Ija Star Rod owne Ltd an j pm Newark la Toronto 8 was postponed until today because. Dts by Jack Rochelle. I Syracuse 7-9 Buffalo 0-3, of soggy condition of class no. 3 a three gated Saddle track soaked by intermittent horses a 15 2 and under first Artis Rains throughout nights pro i tic lady owned by Orand View farm Gram All closing events will go of win Awn Salem and Ridden by c. T. Forward a of Hedblad today. I Quot co a a c a summary by Mullray stables. Greenville C., summary of a of Moon perform. A a a a a a a it Quot a in car i of Waik owned by miss Jane Wharton. Cia no. 57�?children s horseman Greensboro and Ridden by George a hip first Robin redbreast owned bold Ventura owned and Ridden by Little Cliffy Eller of a c of Atlanta ga., and Statesville second. Mountain smiling by dreams owned and Ridden by miss Janet Lee Dent. Barbourville. By. Third hot toddy owned by c. G we class no. 20 a Amateur Fine Galt i de first Salem boy owned by and Montreal 4, Baltimore 2 american association Toledo 9. St Paul i. Kansas City 13. Milwaukee i Minneapolis Columbus rain. Only games. Pacific coast league Oakland 2. San Diego i. Portland 4. Sacramento i. To Angeles 6, Hollywood 0 Seattle 5. San Francisco 3 probable Winner. Between him anti Guldahl were nine other assorted contenders. Four More breathing on Snead s neck when 66 qualifier for final 36 holes braved scorching fairways Early today was Horton Smith former boy wonder who posted a great 6s in his second round for a Midway 14u. Next was Craig Wood at 141 then Bud Ward Spokane Amateur and Denny Shute each with 142. Others Koi Ped grouped at 143 were Lawson Little Harry Cooper Harold or Spaden John Bulla and Frank Moore with Guldahl at 144 were Henry , Olin Dull a vie Chez it and Lloyd Mangrum. So firm has been Gui Dable hold on to that boy him out of running even after his putting Luck deserted him yesterday and he soared to 73 strokes. Actually it Wasny to was important because it brought Jed in whooping first one Mark of Lead Tow Elers. In Nightcap Tow Elers secure 13 hits off Miller. Dennis and Singer. Eleven of those hits by him abreast his Mark of this then other All depending ?1,6 to a Ned into Nna Jimmy time last year. Whose team was in Lead when nine he hit his 13th Home run Rtin looked most threatening a last year on june i but did no tra de sissies for run get next in his Chain of 58ln is from rain until june 14 Goon Fiji Brooklyn Ruth himself had hit 18 Horn a but thank saints above for ers before june to 1927. Leav j Brooklyn they have churches ing his challengers something Tol Tupy shoot at. And until last night i believe they Foxx Al Shes Rei Ord he most persistent fandom Greenberg is not alone in the0 America but two North race toward baseballs Moat c Tate teams would probably Hare prize hitting record. Another to pin playing yet if one boy from Bulky brat baseman. Jimmy Foxx he Flatbush Hadnot put s Stop to of Boston red sox. Has thins m a finally in 12th inning dered up from crowd with w11h a double scoring Salisbury a four circuit smashes in last j re two Days and now has la. Even More Brooklyn. Is that j a us. 4 i 3 7 Burns 3b Foxx got one Home run in boy did it Hank Dvorak. Jenkins is 4 0 10 Easley is each game of a doubleheader m8 .200 hitter he had popped Powell p 2010 Rivers p yesterday As r d sox Bat-1110 double play attempting to i Deriu. P 0 0 0 0 Spencer p Herod St. Louis Browns 4-3 car Lii e one and caused another j Bur cd 0000 Wood p and 18-7 to gain a full game on runner 1� be thrown out when he missed another hits hut vindicated himself striking out nine bitters. Mueller and maus were Only mommies to get extra base hits. Mueller tripled and maus doubled. Lacy with two doubles Amaral Bavo a a. Easley and White with doubles until it a lift a it a Quot and undo Tot. Who tripled led until last Nuht i believe they Kannapolis at hat first game Thomasville Kannapolis a rho a rho Connor. 3b 4 0 12 Rey Ida 2b 3 i i 2 Canty of 4 0 0 i Len lat of 3 113 Mueller la 4 2 2 8 Amaral of 3 2 0 1 Shelay 2b 3 2 2 3 Bennett of 3 0 i i Sockman of i i 0 i swed la 4 12 8 Leary of 3 10 1 Wilson c 4 0 0 3 10 10 4 0 0 1 Loon 10 0 0 Burch 0 0 0 0 Wood n 10 0 0 Anc for two year new York Yankees w to Wei. Feared counting j id at Chicago because of rain after giving Cleveland a Victory thursday with five errors Washington senators bion Deled another game away 3- Day. Ken Chase gave just hit f he a a pc no a i pot1 37 a 8 24 totals 28 5 6 21. Bunt. But Iran f0r Bennett in 9th Hank came around turned in a score by innings Thomasville. Kannapolis. 101 Ooi 2�?5 summary errors maus Jenkins. Pow sensational Fielding performance at second batted in two runs with three singles and a double and scored two himself add to i Burn runs Batter in a Jenkins that first baseman Jim Ham mu1, 2< 8wwl Connors a Beay two Fritz ,.u j in 1 a 1. A c 1&Quot act in Kreft a set Tssuitl-., before dark that i Hal Trosky s Homer in ninth Aud George Bausewein a three and aral Henfy suck Man left on bases Smith. 2b then 1fm�-Gtrds innings witless Relief a banns Doris to. Thomas Viii s bases Peck. Of lefty Boh Haney will lace lefty Wilson in Intra City grudge w a admins Millis White so have no respect for Royalty an last Nike it used Kings nine of a 9-0 workout in preparation for their game with Alay bos Verv this afternoon and City classic tomorrow aft Roo at 0 30 of clock with Triangle at Willis Park. Gate Smith swung on Bot hinges clouded out a double an two singles and did majority of damage against King in five inning tussle Cut Short b rain with sox at Bat. The sol came through with three runs in second two in third an of if in fourth before rain Ivan lefty Young sox hurling Choice had Little Troubl with King and allowed Only thre hits in five frames. Southpaw Battle All depending on today a Choice Charley Young is expected to pie Southpaw Bob Haney for Bat tie with Industrial league leaders of Haney is selected t hurl today though Choice will probably be steady lard Perry o George Phelps. Manager Rudy Clark Over a Triangle has had lefty Wilso ready for Choice Job of fling ing at their bitter rivals for week. Lefty is a former member o sox staff and could think o nothing better than Licking i old teammates. The largest crowd of season will see Battle since it pits to Ltd Gether strongest Semi or teams in City it also affords no. I Chance to compare 000 400 2�?e strength of two team s respect tire leagues. Adams mull King it Grimes get to first and subsequently score on two singles Ridden by Fred f Bahnson. Or second Southern association owned by a. H. Memphis 2-2 new Orleans 1-1. First Chattanooga 5 Knoxville i. Atlanta 3. Nashville i. Birmingham 3-0. Little Rock 2-4. National league Boston 4, Pittsburgh t Brooklyn 7. St Louis 4 new York 4 Chicago 3 Only games scheduled american league Boston 4-18 St louts 3-7. Cleveland 3 Washington 2 Detroit 14. Philadelphia 4 new York at Chicago rain n. State league Concord 3, Landis 0. Thomasville 0-0, Kannapolis 1-Li. Salisbury 7 Lexington Mooresville at Cooleemee ram tar Heel e Newton to Lenoir f Hickory 17 Gastonia to Sally league Macon 9. Greenville 7 13 innings Columbus 4, Augusta 2. Spartanburg 9. Savannah by state league Kins Greensboro and Ridden by Billy Apo eur a motion Wilkins fourth. A tenpin Fetchet. Own de and Ridden by miss Nancy an Tommy Grubbs third. Emluie love Aryl in i owned by mrs. Elizabeth Well of class no. 17 a combination five Goldsboro and Ridden by miss marched harness and Saddle horses. Handley fourth. Smlatic Malden. First. Golden sensation owned by e b7 mrs Henry t. Nance. Winston Salem and Ridden Jot by c. T. Case. Or. Second. Macks j class no. 90 roadsters first. Monroe owned by c. H. Black Atlan j Spring owned by naw Beek farm. And Ridden by Billy Black third of pm and dry a Bob my Synco Pating by owned and Ridden i cry. Second. Bonnie boy. Owned by by Lupton Vera eve Rainwater of pen Galax stables. Galax to and driven a a cola Fla fourth. Lold Mill Princess 1 by d c. Caudle. Only two entries owned by old Mill farm. Winston i Clivous no. 38 a children a horseman Salem and Ridden by Phon Horton j Bip 12 to 10 year first sporty or Rex. Owned by Mullray stables and old Claas no 20 a Oreen Hunter first. Dan by miss mime Emery second. Dun War. Owned and Ridden by miss joyous Esquire owned by Mullray stables Antoinette Darden Suffolk. A Sec and Ridden by miss Betty Emery third Ond Irish Oray. Owned by Hobby horse Miltzie love. Owned by mrs. Herman farm. Hollins. Va., and Ridden by for j Well. Of Goldsboro and Ridden by rest Ward third flying High owned miss Margaret Handley fourth. Feu by c. V. Hinkle. Statesville and rid dust june owned by col. R w. Baker Gen by de Deniels fourth. Candorette. Greensboro Ridden by miss Ann Bak owned and Ridden by miss Antoinette or fifth. Tony owned by Jack Coble. Darden of Asheville Ridden by Clay Welker. Class no to a Guilford count class no 4 a three gaited Saddle three gaited first. Feu dist june horse. 15.2 and Over first. Count owned by col. R w. Baker greens j Peacock owned by Nathan Ayers red Boro. And Ridden by miss Anne Baker Den by Goode m Watkins second second. Spun Gold owned by R spun old owned by R Moore Moore of Greensboro and Ridden by of High Point and Ridden by George Midnight closing Rule 1 Clarence Earle Anderson third. Moun i Bryson. Or third. Flaming Rex. Own Columbia 3. Jacksonville 2 Tam Moonshine owned and Ridden by de and Ridden by Sidney b Allen. Lawson Dick fourth Carolina rebel j fourth. Carolina rebel owned and rid owned and Ridden by of Orvllle de Ovles j Den by Gonville de Ovies or. Or Greensboro. I class no. 38 a pairs jumpers. game rain it class no 13 a Junior pave halted Gunla girl and top Thorn owned by South Boston 8 it airy 0 Baddie horses first. Ilia wee. Owned Mayview Park stables. Linville and Danville 7, Mayodan 2. By col. R. W Baker. Greensboro and Ridden by Billy and Quot Junebug Quot at Bassett rain. Ridden by Miles Wright. Other entries j second. Spanish King Aud Brandywine a scratched. Owned and Ridden by Tarl n. Phllips Tom a class no. 87 a roadsters first and Charles l. Kearns both of High a Avillo i Oday girl Ogayl owned by naw Beek farm Point respectively Only entries National league Paoli pa., and driven by Robert my class no. 62 a local gentlemen air of probable pitchers Cray second. Little Joe. Owned by to j horsemanship a first. Flaming Rex j Cincinnati at Brooklyn Voli third Bonnie Bov owned by a owned and Ridden by Sidney b. Allen 1 <5-2 is Hamlin 45-4 lax stables Galax vt., and driven second. My Bald stocking owned audit Louis at Philadelphia 2 a Welby d c Caudle Terrance stables Hen i Ridden by r c. Lucas land <3-4 and Cooper 1-3 is. Hol Derso Nellte and driven by Bob my i class no. 45 a walking mares first j tag Worth <0-7� and High 3-1. Gamey fourth fair acre dare owned i Luen of hearts owned by Sunset Pittsburgh at new York a 8ewell 0 Miller of and driven by Jack Burrus High j stables of Greenville. S. C., and rid is Schumacher 3-5. Poll Ider. By Ray Trease second. Sweet j Chicago at Boston a Whitehill 2-1 class no. 38 a thoroughbred or j gu9 Alle owned and Ridden Byis. 8hoffner 10-2. Half bred Hunters spot Marvel own William r. Shumate Martinsville a. J Edna Dredden by George Benoit. Pre third. Lindy Ann Allen owned by r. I Rocksburg a. Second. Lee s birthday. 13. Stanley. Stanleytown va., Ami Iid muted by George g Lee. Of Virginia Den by w o Morse fourth. Fair lady. Beach. A. And Ridden by Jim Cau owned by or t. Edgar 81kes, Ridden key third Irish Oray. Owned by Hobby j by a Edgar Sikes. Or Hoise farm Hollins va., and Ridden Cia no. 15 a fun. J by Forrest Ward fourth cock mares first Mountain Dawn owned 1 Washington at Detroit 2 Ade. Owned by Hobby horse farm and by Lupton Veazey Rainwater Ridden Ard 5-1 and Ca Pasquel 3-2 a Ridden by Ward by John Lucas second. Mary Hunt Bridges <7-1 it and Mckain class no i a Tov ice three gated owned and Ridden by n. Wright i else stat 1-3cock of walk. Norfolk. Va., third Bourbon Sweet i Philadelphia at Cleveland a Potter heart owned and Ridden by Goode m. 3-0 is. Allen 23. Watkins Greensboro fourth Mackle .t.t7 Monroe owned by Charles h Black Piedmont league and Ridden by Billy Black Charlotte at Rocky class no. 40 a open jumpers first lady Durham owned by w. O. Morse. Southern Pines and Ridden by a june Bug Quot Tate second cockade owned by Hobby horse farms and Ridden by Forest Ward third. Spanish King owned by Earl n. Phillips. High Point and Ridden by George Bryson fourth Virginia girl owned by Mayview Park stables and Ridden by Billy Tate fifth top Thorn owned by Mayview Park ? tables and Ridden by a Junebug Quot Tate until Snead one of last i yes i starters came banging Home with on it Hie 71 jul Jawed opinion wag heard that lied score at two All Uldahl will never eau h Sam i with ail respect to Horton Smith and other out in j front there was feeling that Uldahl probably would get his goats he in i great game working today an overhaul them. He like to come Cuba Walt another behind thrives on tension and terrible physical Effort that accompanies final Day. Rut Snead is a different proposition. Uldahl will find him a hard Hombre to Tallo five Sciota i away from. He admitted it As he sat nervously in clubhouse of Pierce. 3b Cooper of a r h tis is 3 8 3 0 0 Whitman 3b 2 0 3 i i j. Hedgecock 2 0 3 2 2 Hayes of 2 0 3 3 3 Sedge cock 2 0 2 i i White la 2 0 3 i 2 Frazier c 2 0 with two out to fanned veer and you have Core of j on balls a off Rivers i off Powell 2. Harris a Rimes Only to have Catcher league leaders scalping of off Wood 2. Spencer Dennis strike Dap Penfield c 2 i i Matthews. 2b i 0 Jake Early drop Hall and indians. Outs a by Rivers 2. By Powell 4. By Stone la 2 0 2 Caudle p 2b 2 0 Ronn my Kwh \ Ronek Wood i Spencer Dennis i hits off Young p 3 0 0 Moore p to Lexington Birdie Ross had a Alveri 3 in 3 x3 nil no Wood 2 Passeau of chit ago Goat Quot Vester a he Inma in a i innings Spencer 4 in 2 2-3 innings i had Powell 5 in 0 1-3 innings. Dennis i until he lost his head and rail nit by Pitcher by Wood Powell loaded himself into his third de-1 Powell Amaral. Winning Pitcher a Day. He went to Relief of i of it against seven wins. Two i Powell losing Pitcher a Rivers urn Larry French in eighth inning men were out in ninth with pit Lohr Connora and Young and Hurt his pitching hand in Ai tribe ahead 4 to 3. When j time 1.45. Bare listed Stab at a batted Ball. Manager Luckey connected with he took time out but was left a seemingly useless single. Then 4 second game ,. Score by innings in game. With bases came Hamblin and his double Thomasville pc Oil Ooi loaded he issued a walk to Over Callahan a head in Center. Kannapolis v. 220 too Oil Lur keys exactly win a batteries Miller Denton. Singer and Pinch hitter Jimmy of Dea to fore in i yesterday and heard reports of in tile tying run and when after race from War Admiral and As he j maus White and Wilson. Burns. Snead s Progress. Totals 24 9 12 totals 19 0 score by innings game called on account of rain King. Too Adsms a tilts. 032 4x summary errors Tise. Home re Peck two base hits Smith. Pierce Cooper. Stolen base Harris. Base o balls off Caudle 2 struck out a r h e j Caudle 2. By Young 2. Hiu off Cau 0 9 4 die la in 3 1-3 off Moor i in 2-3 la 15 3 wild pitch Caudle umpires Mitchel and Stewart. Laie rallies hip am. Bees came had extended into steamed into Home plate Ross tenth inning giant loaded jumped in front of Siculiano Cut bases on him again he j him out. The tribe hurler tag walked Pinch hitter Rob seeds to him out. The Tribue hurler tag-1 Force in winning run giving aged him hut dropped Ball and i new York a 4-3 decision. W Hile Siculiano retrieved to i a in Day s Best pitching per ousted with Luckey at plate j Mormance Rill Posedel duplicated threw flying blocks and used j j three hit hurling Job of team everything from scissors holds to 1 mate i of Fette Day before a half Nelson trying to hold j to squelch Pittsburgh pirates giant chief fro plate but it sports Roundup enlivened Sens smite Concord 6 Marsh pushes 0\er 13 huns in final three innings for 18-13 verdict Chicago enabled dodgers to a us Kwh eix untouchable curtains. By Eddie ski Etz new York. June 4-1. Did no to work and Ross jumped up extra . Is Sei ious air Ltd it defeat of Pittsburgh and with a sheepish gain on his face. Rank Steps to Clear up Light fifth to third in that was because in new Yor Billy Conn. Pitts a Grissom american league also probable pitchers new York at St. Louts a a Hadley 5-0 is. Mills 1-3. Boston St Chicago a Grove 5-1 is five gated Saddle Marcum 42-5. Ifon i 2 to i 5 2 12 Hedrick is 4 0 0 i Hoover c 7 13 4 Hayth 3b 5 0 i i Barley 2b 5 2 14 Martin la 5 119 Everhart la 0 2 3 9 Stanley of 5 13 3 White p 0 12 1 Cooper c 4 4 2 4 w. Haney 2b 4 2 i 3 Meacham of 3 i 0 3 Grissom is 5 3 i i Eller of p 3 i 0 2 c. Haney of 4 2 i i Hinkle p Brooks of 3 2 12 Cook of Payne of King of or Mullen p 2 i 2 0 on Field and game was held up about 45 minutes. Through All trying moments Fred Stanton was probably Indian hero despite two errors. He batted Iii two runs and stuck to baseball instead of debating. Salisbury Lexington a r h 0 a r h o Helms of 7 0 2 0 Smith is 6 i i 2 4 Bourn p from Marsh furniture turned on National league standings Bausewein Wasny to touched and does t appear heat in last three innings yes with a 7-4 Victory Over St. Then came 12th and four i Ter Day afternoon scored 13 runs Louis cardinals obtained by hours and 20 minutes after tie and smothered Adams Milli bees bunching five hits for four runs it game started giants rallied in an Industrial league cellar to come from behind in last and scored two on doubles by Marathon. 18 to 13. Half of inning. J Barker and Dvorak Jackson a j of course by time Cincinnati reds and Pella Sacson a sacrifice and Martinsville 6. Reidsville 3, second. Kamp bad finally ended eight Delphia Phillies had an open single. J Adams Lilia errors did no to matter Date. The big delay came in sexing a great Deal but they did figure a a a tons half of fifth when j rather prom mental in he Mara lineups remain unchanged Pluvus poured buckets of water flood of runs. The game had and valued on an even Kelt i until As Polo War is resumed a Bottom fell out in seventh. Hoover Everhart and White i new York. June to a up a j collected three safeties apiece and with unchanged lineups Hie led Marsh w Hile Stanley and Hin-1 United states and British Polo i die led losers with a like Nuin learn meet again tomorrow in i Ber. The second game of Hest of Marsh Adam Mill three series for International Abr to a rho Challenge cup. After 11-7 heating Home forces handed out last week it was considered possible Branch. 3b 5 0 0 1 Levin of 4 10 0 that one or both teams would pit Rock c 4 0 0 3 Stanton 2b 4 1 i 2 revamp their lineups but both Turk a c 2 1 1 8 Juskey or 4012 american defense committee 3 i i 0 j and 2001, Cowdray thus it will be Mike Phipps Tommy Hitchcock. Stewart Iglehart and Winston guest Riding in that order for United states Landis june land sews still in cellar Rose or last night to Down second-1 place Concord Weaver 6-s, almost featureless tilt presented Only one extra base hit being a Ali blew double. Do Amic i struck out eight sen Only fou of his teammate fanned Leon j Ards tosses. Concord land in ton next week for an examine Abr he a re Tiou by a group of Eye special Mauney. Of 3 10 2 Carroll of 4 0 i Isis Aba. Will Unrock him i fits Ald of 4 0 2 4 cabbie 2b 5 i i and let Melio Bettina Champion Baker. 2b 3 0 0 7 Knapp of 4 0 9 heavyweight situation. Grapevine says if John Henry Wash Roth la 3 0 0 7 b. Barnes 3 0 1. A a i i to. Watt 3b 4 0 11 Poole la 3 0 of Helms Bra a challenger and maybe Len Harry of 4 0 0 0 Saab m a l2 Harvey British Champ Battle it j Barnea 4 0 i i Gonzon of i i i in out. The Winner of Gus par9 c 3 10 7 Ward c Slid Lesnevich Dave Clark fight in d Amico p lion Leonard p 4121 Nutley n. A also May be in Riu Weilo if 100 0 eluded in free for All. 80 7. Far cub Greenlee Lewis Man-1 tou1�?~ he. .1 score by innings Ager has refused to agree to t he Concor 1100020000-�?T examination. He says John Lanns. 000 023 lox Henry is no Blinder than when summary errors Baker 2. J. Barnes. He was regularly defending . Leonard runs batted in a Orth title. The British boxing j Fitzgerald 2. Carroll. Ward. Leonard 3. Board of control recently refused a pop a. Two base hits Cau we. Stolan Bas to let Lewis fight Over there. Two by a a hot 33 6 9 is Tommy o Brien. Cabbie stolen a Carroll m Watts. B. Barnes. Sacral flees Roth. Left on bases con Anniston Cor j Landis. 9. Bases on balls Jarvis As 5 0 12 Hogsed 3b 8 113 Ala highs All state grinder le0narq 4, Damico 5. Strikeouts a ? ? i Lff red Ltd a a 1000 1 hey would stand . 1113 Farlow of 2 2 i 0 1 of Hamblin la 5 2 314 Callahan of 4 0 0 2 j Barker of 5 13 3 Boss la 3 0 0 0 British Captain lord a a on of 3 0 0 2 Glover la 10 0 0 announced yesterday j Dvorak. 2b 5 2 4 3 sicilian c 4 0 210 Bessunger p 3 i 0 0 Ross p 5 113 Oordt Talsky 0 0 0 0 a. Hum in 0 0 0 0 is Sewelin 2 0 0 1 Baddie horses first owned by miss Jane Wharton. Greensboro. And Ridden by Goode Watkins second Rex Bohon owned and Ridden by Julius Johnston. Charlotte third american Queen Mary owned by Lupton Veazey Rainwater and Ridden by John Lucas fourth. Miss Lucy languor owned by Howard w Gwaltney of Smithfield. Va., and Ridden by Frank Wishart. Class no. 44 a local walking horses first fair lady owned by or t. Edgar Sikes and Ridden by t. Edgar Sikes. Jr., second Mack owned Sud Ridden by Lawson Dick Only entries. Jacky mount. Portsmouth St Asheville Durham at Norfolk. Richmond at Winston Salem. North state league Kannapolis at Thomasville. Lexington at Salisbury. Landis at Concord. Cooleemee at Mooresville. Totals 47 18 10 27 totals 43 13 14 27 score by innings Marsh. Too 320 061-18 Adams Mills. 002 500 024�?13 summary errors Hoover Everhart Grissom. Payne Hedrick 2, Hayworth 2. Stamey Cooper 2, Hinkle. Three base hits a Mcmullen. Two base hits Ever totals 4� 7 14 30 totals score by innings against Bob Skene. A Dan Roark a Yui Ury. 000021011002�?7 Gerald balding and Erie Tyrrell Lexington. Loo 020 020 000-5 Martin. Errors Jackson. Jervin Stanton 2, Helms. Ross. Runs batted in Stanton 2. Hogsed. Dvorak 2. Barker Callahan. Humphries. Helms. Two base hits Barker 2. Hamblin Dvorak. Three base returned Friday from Knoxville we Here he visited Tennesee athletic authorities. He left saturday for Tuscaloosa to discuss a scholarship offer from u. Of Alabama heard and seen dodgers have offered As High a $65,00 / j Lor Don Padgett of cards and 41 5 7 30are Ujj trying. ,. Tony Canso All Atlanta matches open sol first round of net tourney a Hamblin. Stolen bases. Calla class no 18. A North Carolina sixth Spring Steele owned by mrs owned five gaited horses first. Sal Gene l. Page. Sarasota. Fla. And rid pm boy. Owned and Ridden by f f. Den by j Allaster Donaldson. Bahnson. Jr., Winston Salem second a lady Hope. Owned by c h. Hender on or. Tarboro and rind., bom softball results trailers in Preakness Derby after Acou duct stake today my Grubbs third. Highland Melory owned by Larry Moore. Jr., Wilson and Ridden by h. T. Blam fourth poetry of motion owned by a. H. Hadley Goldsboro and Ridden by Grubb. Class no. 5 a Amateur three Galt a class first Champagne cocktail owned and Ridden by Lupton Veazey Rainwater second. Sporty Rex owned Hampton Teague and peace. A by Mullray stakes Greenville s s., and i to base hit Ridden by miss Connie Emery third. Black. Mountain rhythm owned by Mullray a table and Ridden by i amp Millie pm nighthawks 4 Myrtle desk 2 score by innings r m. Desk. Too too 1�?2 a. M. Too Ooi 2�?4 batteries a. M. Kemp and orifice Hiu Cooper 2, double plays Kerby to Hinkle Martin Hayworth to Hinkle Martin. Base on balls off Kerby 2 off Keller 5 off Mcmullen 2 off White 2. Struck out by Kerby 2 by Eller 0 by Mcmullen 2 by Waite 4. Hiu off Kerry 8 in 7 1-3, off Eller 4 in 2-3 off Mcmullen 4 in 2 off White 13 in 9. Wild pitch White 4. Kerby 2 hit by Pitcher Haney by Kerby winning Pitcher White losing Pitcher Kirby. Umpires Yow and Nance time of game 3 hrs. 45 min attendance too. Atlanta june a a virtual All Atlanta series of matches marked today opening of fifty fourth annual Southern Tennis tournament in Han Jackson Helms. Sacrifices Humphries. Barker. Jackson. Double plays Sicillano to Hogsed Dvorak to Hamblin left on bases Salisbury 18 Lexington la. Base on balls off be Finger 3 Ross 6 Gazdzik Alst 2 Bausewein 2. Struck out Bessinger 3 Ross 8. Yauae Home runs a sow Maud most hits Lofelia. New York june a Johnstown and Challedon wont be there so a lot of horses that might otherwise be trying to find their Way through a Cloud of dus will be having a race among themselves at Aqueduct today. The twelfth running of $5,-000 added Shevlin stakes a mile event has attracted eleven three year Olds Moat of which were Loflin Brown among pursuers of Johnstown i and Challedon in Kentucky j Derby Preakness or Bel a pointed Manuel Ortiz hot mom Slakes. Angeles to. Which a Field of 114 men seeks won 6 Hiu off Bessenger 7 in 7 1-3 ithe vacated singles Crown. J off Good Ziaul 0 in 0 pitched to 2 Bryan Bitsy Grant seeded batters Oft Bausewein 0 in 3 2-3. Hit a. I and oui for my eighth a Quot it hts a a a i wild pitches be Finger passed Ball 81. Southern title Diew a first round 1 Uumo. Winning Pitcher Bausewein 1 Bye umpires Clern Mer and Ridenhour. Time seeded second was Gardnar j of game 3 10. I Mulloy of Miami Hie country a while fights last associated press eleventh ranking player Cleveland of partly per j Frank Guernsey or. Of Orlando Roni 177. Canton o., outpointed18 was pleven third and Eddie Simms 187, Cleveland Ernest Sutter of new Orleans to. Dallas Tex. A Maxie Long 166, Dallas out pointed Young Allen 17, Macon ga., 8. Hollywood Calif. A Jackie Jurich 111, san Jose. Calif., our los fourth. Fighting cellist new York Ennio Bolognini who has played cello in still doing Rah grand rapids Paul Goebel Captain and end of 1922 Michigan football team is president of grand rapids Young men s Christian association. Nevi tells a columnist a Erie Boob fight in London positively will be my Tony s kid brother by receives his degree at Alabama this month which May he reason old boy has been trying to hang on. Bobby Jones hardly taking his eyes off Ralph Guldahl at open. Promoter Tom gallery bet $100 against $10,000 Jack Roper would floor i Ewis in first round nobody but Lewis knows How near gallery came to collecting. Is Burh a Dayton of news a a there Are no cobwebs on Cincinnati turnstiles. 250,-000 paid admissions at Home so far and they re talking about a million Dollar season. Leonard 4, d Amico 8. Wild pitch d Amoco. Umpires a Moose and Hodge. Time 2 00 a a a double Leader new Orleans Paul Kreuz Geer Tulane football Captain elec has been elected president of University student Council Max aft Ell in minors Sanford Alexan Der former american league firs baseman is managing san Ford team in Florida stat league. Rue de sock Erue you can hear Lou Nova coast to Ernst tuesday night. Johnny Ray is Here from Pittsburgh to Iron out a few wrinkles in Billy Conn Melio Bettina Brawl next month. Solly Kleger who la Freddie i get considerably More than tile Steele to coach Olympia Wash. New York philharmonic is a for Steele former middleweight Cham Champion s end to fight Al Hostak Mer 175-Pound boxing Champion j Pion will serve As boxing coach at i this month takes off for Seattle of South America. I St. Hartins College tomorrow. Max Baar and in for Talent chrysanthemum soup mad from chopped petals of Flower la becoming popular in Japan. Amil Hoffman have gone Back West sadder Wiser but Richer. Henry Armstrong May take Winter fight in Italy with Ald Spoldi. A Cleveland Rumor que Hal picked up on Broadway has i that a hints Are about to Start peddling bananas. Quick ones Gunnar Barlund heavy weight who also repro sents a newspaper in Sweden a to cover his own fight with Tom Multi in Chicago other night. The Southeastern Confer erne May hold its next Trae meet under arcs. The floodlights in Cleveland bal Park could Supply Power for mor than 3.000 Homes. The Rich mond a arrows of do pro football league Are advert All positions

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