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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 2, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Thursday Mart la 2, 19.19the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of High Point North Carolina Page five Sec. B experts worry Triangle wins second North Carolina swimming team Over favorite of league play Santa Anita Handicap has horse experts running around in cities by Kobert >1 Vvhs los Angeles. March 2.�? up a car candidates for the $100,000 parse of the Santa Anita Handicap hit the track for another workout today horse experts continued to grapple with the task of dividing the Field of probable entries in the saturday classic into classes of Best next Best and distinct Long shot Hopes. Bearing in mind that anything can and often does happen in a horse race and that it takes a Brave Man to dabble around with predictions these six potential threats stood out As the leading eligible kayak ii Cravat which Cee specify go sum and today. Ranked just behind and three of them just a Shade behind were thanksgiving Jacola Heel Flat and Sor Teado. And behind them Don Mike congressman Quick Devil main Man Rexo. Much has been said of the favored six but thanksgiving Jacola and Heel Fly can stand a Little attention too. Thanksgiving and Jacola arrived late at Santa Anita and were none too impressive in their Long starts last week. Yet Jacola the Lone filly in the outfit was voted the Best in the nation last year As a 3-year-old. And won five out of seven starts including a length Victory Over sea biscuit. Thanksgiving now i years old. Won the travers stakes in 1938. Heel Fly the 5-year-old horse Alfred g. Vanderbilt bought from t. P. Morgan last year was a standout As a 3-year-old, winning five races including a dead heat with sea biscuit but he became sick with a car fever Twining West for the Santa Nita Handicap last year and has had trouble getting Back to the races since. Pauline Betz new woman net Comer Kew York. March 2.�?gpi�? indoor Tennis being a Breed distinct from the outdoor variety the outcome of the National Hoard court championship rates no consideration in National ranking. Yet Thoro it Hampton ships occasionally do brine to Light prospects who look Good enough to win matches on any sort of surface. The current tournament likeliest a a Comers a is in attractive 19-year-old los argue miss named Pauline hot though this is her first appearance in the East and her first on boards she is in the Tern Fin Al round the Only non new yorker and Only unseeded player to hate got that far in the women a division. Her loudest boosted is Wayne Sabin himself favored for the menus singles title and matched in today a Semi final with Jack Tidball of los Angeles. Wayne thinks so highly of Ilia fellow westerners in it he a quite sure Shell break into the country Stop five this summer. In the Semi finate tomorrow a he will face Norma Taubele. Champion in 1 934 and no. I seed. Helen Bernhard. No. 2 will meet Milliren Hirsch no. 3, in the other match. Today Sprog ram. Iii addition to a Duel in Tidball Aud Down Beeson 51 to 50 will play Adams Millis for Industrial t Itle Triangle won the second half of the Industrial basketball league at the y. \ a. Last night by beating Beesons scorchers 51 to 50, in a thrilling and Brad fought Battle. By its Victory Triangle will tangle with Adams Millis next week for the Industrial league championship Koontz and Thomas each racked up 15 Points for the losers and Smith equalled them for Triangle. Spencer and Newman also collected to Points each for Triangle. Triangle Benson scorchers k i to it f to Morehead f 2 0 4 Koontz f 8 i 15 0 4 Wei born f 3 i 7 2 to Brown c 0 2 Grissom g 2 to Thomas g 2 6 1 is Moffitt Spencer i Dawson c Newman Clark g Smith g 6 7 0 6 3 15 Here is tile i n i varsity of North Carolina s varsity swimming team which will close its first season of intercollegiate Coin petition wednesday night Al Durham by meeting Duke for the second time this season. This picture was taken at the Hansome new Bowman Gray memorial Pool. Heading left to rigid coach Dick j a Merlon Hofmann Wilson Baltimore my. Captain Otho Boss Charlotte Jim Nash Warrenton a. By Mueller Charlotte Bill Cowper Gatesville Bill Thompson Mountain lakes \. .1. Noel Wood ouse Chapel new York City Ted Guthe Ann Arbor Midi. Tom Mcquade Morristown. N. J. And Lamar budget Asheville. Several mein Liers of the tar Heel squad will Partick met e in the annual Southern conference tournament at Raleigh on Friday and saturday. Totals 22 7 51 total 22 la 50._ a score at half Triangle 20 Bce on Iii j Murray Drinker 24. Officials Furlowe Quot a a Steele y Surrett a a. Dave Clark Dave Clark above can thank his stablemate Jagt a Louis for the Opportunity he is getting to win the championship from John Henry Lewis in Detroit March Iii. More play offs in Amateur Hart s to Battle Allen Jay Tonitte Harts Pill rollers will clash j again with Allen Jay tonight St 6 45 in the playoff for the commercial league championship. The druggists won last night by a score of 28 to 20. Albertson scored to Points for the winners while Case rang up nine for Al leu Jay. Harts Allen f to 0 8 Farmer f 0 4 Keller f 4 to Stafford 0 0 Oakley c 0 0 Case g 0 6 Summey g Raleigh studies effects of demonstration by students against appropriations slash Loop student body presidents 4 at state. Woman a College Asheboro postal receipts and Chapel Hill speak idol f Carroll f Albertson c Moffitt k Lindsey g Miller totals 12 8 6 22 4 28 totals score at half Hart 12 Allen Jay to officials Quot Steele. To Surrett Tomlinson will Dati with Highland mid Mardi will meet Harriss to Ovington in the second of a writes of play off it for tile Amateur league championship at tile v. 51. A. Tonight. The Tomlinson Highland game will get underway at 7 Al while the second struggle slated to Mart at h la. Richmond defeats state in Spring Grid struggle Raleigh March 2 up a n. States Wolf Paek concluded its Spring football practice yesterday by losing to the t Niver sity of Richmond 7-6. Art Rooney went Over for the Wolf pack score crashing off his right tackle from the Cox Yard line on the first play of the second period. Quarterback Lem Fitzgerald passed from the six Yard line to hip Collins in the end zone for Richmonds touchdown. Clinton Moore a sub kicked the extra Point. Legion appoints Allison Berkeley Allison. California coach has been Sahin tailed for quartet Ali in named state Chai Man of the men a a Oieu h and mixed Dou a american legion recreation and Blea. Athletic program. T juniors beat Highland 24-22 the a by a juniors shaded Highland. 24 to 22, yesterday in an informal is me at the y. A by Quot Junior Highland climb iranians Given musical entertainment Asheboro. March 2.�?postal receipts for Asheboro continue to increase according to information i released today by postmaster j. O. Redding. Receipts for the past month february 1939, totalled $4,675.75 As compared to the $3,-382.30 collected in the same hut by and Large the youngsters month of last year made a favourable impression Gen a postmaster Redding also finds Raleigh. March 2. A the Allen Jay j state capital was today study f in lug the effects of a stirring a j j peal made Here yesterday by Hun-0 0 0 Dreda of representatives of the 14�i greater University and High 4 i a school students who following a o o o i Parade held a mass meeting in High Morton High school. There were scoffers of course. A noticeable increase in thoth really As they appealed to the people of the state and the or departments postal savings legislature to a avoid false Bonds and Money orders omy and to safeguard the future of the youth of North Carolina and the welfare and reputation of the state a number of representative n fax Tolle Tor Durham March 2�? Deputy collector a. L. Ezell in charge of the Reidsville u. S. Custom office for to years has charge of the Durham office now. Deputy collector Marvin e. White formerly Here replaced Ezell. Lither league meeting Concord. March 2.�? up a the Spring conference of the Southern District Luther league will he held at it. Pleasant sunday. Reliable labels Aid housewife the Thrifty housewife learns to buy packaged and canned foods by Trade name. The Label on a package should be her insurance of the Good Quality she desires. Tested products give arc satisfaction. Labels on canned fruits and vegetable s should i ii the buyer the net Quantity or weight Tho Quality of the food. The method of parking and in Many cases the Type of fruit or vegetable. A reliable Turer is anxious to represent his product truthfully. A a. Hoey invited to speak Greenville March 2.�?f/p a governor Hoey has been invited to speak at a conference of school boy safety patrolmen from Eastern North Carolina Here april 7. More than 500 boys Are expected to attend. Miami s mayor ousted by vote recall movement started after indictment for accepting bribe from Power company Miami fla., March 2. Put voting citizens tallied today nearly 4 to i ouster of May Robert r. Williams and two cd com missioners. Unofficial returns on yet it Day s recall election gave Ducci it i majorities against the May commissioners John Vav. Hulls and Ralph b. Ferguson. The e recall vote came after year Long fight and was precede by vigorous campaigning Whit this resort City a thousand Winter visitors watched with t lighted detachment. The officials formed a Conli bloc in municipal affairs. In r cent months political storms by feted them culminated in Char of incompetence. Complete unofficial count All ten precincts showed. Williams for recall 13,53 against 2,992. Dubose for 13,790, Agata 2,718. Ferguson for 12,9 23, again 3,579. Y f. G. Sewell former Mayo once the object of a recall dry which never came to a vote ant magically succeeds Williams flt the remaining two months of h term. Sewell was the Lone Ca did ate \ i. Vanorsdel was select to fill the unexpired term of d Bose and Alexander Orr or. Former commissioner to fill the or Ferguson. Both will Sec two year. The recall movement began year ago after the three of dais w Ere indicted on charges it eliciting a $250,000 Bribo fro the Florida Power and list Tympani to Settle an electorate Case out of court. Charge it against Ferguson were Dropps and the others won acquit after trial. Intricate court a Hon delayed it. Trained otters game retrievers. Make sex eel in k i to Evans Dennis Grant Payne Taylor Hayworth 8 Waugh 7 d Upton 0 0 Gore 9 Scarbro-0 s Pugh Ray Walker Whitt r f to 2 2 6 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 total 18 8 24 total 18 4 22 Scot at half Quot a a 16 Highland 13 official Bud Hayworth. Scorer d Welborn referee Floyd Rice timer. It opher aim High Minneapolis the big ton faculty committee has i anted Minnesota permission to enter its hockey team As an unattached club in the olympic tryouts in new Haven March 18-19. Pat Leonard and three members of his band gave a. Musical program at the regular supper meeting of Asheboro kiwanis tuesday evening. Those playing including presidents of the Sui were Wescott Moser. John Bunch Lent of the student bodies at the and Paul Mac Burn. University at Chapel Obi. State in a contest for making the College and the woman a col most words of the letters in a kiwanis a Herbert Lovett was Winner. William coffin received the Fellowship award. Waiter Nance was inducted As a new member. An abandoned car believed to have been stolen in Roland was found wednesday morning on lege at Greensboro and students in High schools of Raleigh and other nearby towns made addresses and an open forum discussion was held. Banners and placard which were carried by the parades were displayed throughout the South Park Extension by officer auditorium As Jim Joyner of Pearly Barnes. Found in the Cai Goldsboro president of the uni was a Hank statement with rovers to student body at Chapel land n. C., on it. Officers were Hill presided Over the meeting seeking its owner yesterday. L. S. R. Let oses halfback Baton Rouge Jabbo Stell Louisiana states regular halfback has been lost for the 1939 season because of Scholastic deficiencies. A. The largest roman Catholic Church in existence is St. Peter s. In Rome. The seating capacity can hardly be estimated As much of it consists of corridors and Bals. The building covers four acres a was future Mitizi a and taxpayers. Vee feel we have a Steht of make this declared Robert Magill graduate student and director of Graham memorial student activities Center and former president of the student body at Chapel Hill who made the principal address. All the speakers earnestly appealed for a adequate appropriations for the Public schools state supported colleges Public health Public welfare Public libraries. Historical commission and All other agencies vital to the youth and the future of the speakers from the platform were Tom Thurston of Taylorsville. Who spoke in behalf of Public health Bob Simms of rates a too a the hottest a Pike news of 1939. 9 a Dolly dimples Spinks coloured was arrested yesterday for stealing a Princess slip and a pair of glasses. She was lodged in the county jail prior to a preliminary trial. Mrs. Eugene Watkins coloured and Willie Purdue also coloured Are in the local jail having been arrested on charges growing out of a disturbance on the past sunday. You can to Loke this purse be amusing with accessories. Smart shops simply teem with Clever new ideas. Consider the new Glove and bag combination that laces together the bag will late to either of the gloves or May be carried separately. You la like the luxury feeling of the Fine soft suede and the fascinating fresh Spring shades will give your new a suit just the right amount of lift and dash see this new Dodge luxury liner then take a look at the Price tag when you re checking the my motorcar news of 1939, save Dodge a place at the top of the list Why because not just on outstanding achievement but two have made this new Dodge one of the most talked about new cars in years first Dodge engineers a went to town with a greater array of new ideas than was Ever built into any new mods in Dodge history secondly with a1 its new advances Dodge came through with the a a hottest Price news of 1939 not Only a Host of extra values at no extra a Host of extra values at a Price Many dollars lower than last year you owe it to yourself to see this Brilliant new car right away and see Why Dodge can afford to say a take a look that Salt Dodge asks a tune in on the Miler beet original Amateur hour. Columbia network every thursday 9 to to p. M., Eastern Standard Tim new lower prices 50 7? i s��?�n$815 All is Oral taxis in Culoso Iti. Slivered Price end include Alt the Ere Detroit Duvere , snare Standard equipment fender and Sheet Metal painted to a a Zilfi Spiot mme tem umm mom Summ a is s a Vimo in Ottto f a Mai iams in Tumo mme two. Wmk i and i Stancuk Jim inf in cum Wun Amo Kim i ass to take a look new headlights for safer night driving greater visibility in rain fog and Snow grills guards As pictured at slight extra Cost. Take a look new Handy gearshift near the steering wheel at no extra Cost nothing new to learn floor is Clear for real Comfort for three in front Good news for used car buyers now you can get a Dodge Weed car which in Many Way i just a modern a Many competitive make 1939 net car a and get if by Only a fraction of Tho Cost Here Why there Uch a great demand for the new 1939 Dodge that buyer Are actually turning in Fine late Model Dodge car Way ahead of time and theae car Are being sold by Dodge dealer at amazingly Low Price Sec your dealer today it the afesy/939 Poppe luxury a no of Horace g. Ilderton inc. Commerce at Willowbrook Street phone 2789 i i inti burned Dunn. March 2�? Abs official estimated today a fire at historic Stony run free will Baptist Church near Here tuesday night caused $3, damage. Leigh student in the Hugh Moi it on High school whose Appeal was for the Public schools and Hob Magill of Chapel Hill who a poke for the state supported colleges. Speakers from the audience included Emmett Spicer of Gold it Horo on Public health and Bill Bailey of state collage and miss Emily Harris of the woman s College who spoke for the colleges. A we do not Overlook the fact that the members of the legislature have a very difficult problem on their hands that of balancing a Complex budget. Vvs sympathize with them in this problem and respect their Magill said in hid address. A we note however the fact that at the present time the greater University is closer to the people of the state than it a been at any time in its history. The press of the state is almost unanimous in its support of our schools and its belief in the future of expanding higher education. Believing in this ourselves As one of the strongest guarantees for a greater state and recognizing the fact that a Small savings in appropriations now will mean a great loss for the future we wish to urge the people and the legislature of North Carolina to enable the state colleges and universities not to slide backwards at this Point but to go speaking out of his experience As a student at the University he showed the effects of a policy of curtailment. Magill said that Quot while the University now often referred to As the a the Capitol of the Southern mind has gained favor in the eyes of the nation and grown diver to the people of the state it has suffered recently a steadily diminishing financial support. Quot for the Chapel Hill unit alone while enrolment Over the past to years has increased by 1000, appropriations will have been decreased by More than $100,000,�?� he said. Quot i married a financier this husband claims he was proud of his wife a ability to handle tile household funds for she could make the dollars accomplish far More than they had when All family finances were under his Wing. She took to the task instinctively. Knowing where the Money went and what it went for became As interesting As it was profitable. Hip to my a Quot a umm and she readily admits that a Wachovia checking account deserves at least part of the credit for her successful Money management. It gives her a Complete record of expenditures saves her time and Steps and enables her to prove payment of a debt e ten if she should lose a cancelled Check. A a Wachovia Bank and Trust company Salisbury Raleigh High Point Winston Salem Asheville member Federal Deposit insurance corporation a a a a a member Federal Reserve system a my i

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