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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 12, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page six Sec. Tithe High Point Enterprise i whom Cinter of High Point North Carolina sunday March 12, to Elon five swamps a a Ltd Cir can Yyi eel College Frosh rumbled by Erlanger five Pill rollers knocked off five winners move into monday Semi finals the sixth Annua High Point. A. Gold medal basketball Tollman it rumbled through is fourth night last night moving no i in Semi final m ind sch it Ltd led for monday night. A band of Klon College stars laying Nuder the Brand of i t. K maternity took the nights Only lass a a \ ramp a 5 7 35 vis in y. Vee an outclassed Oak Ridge miliary Institute team. And it was lot Iii group of former Carolina toys who were tabbed to appear under Jim a Leader tip the steam roller i. T. K. Attack of underway with the shirting Hist in and the Oak Ridge lads Here never in the Ball game a1 i Hough one of the key dets keep troubling the frat five from he foul line. He was Buddie i Oner who converted on nine out of 0 five throws. I. T k. Listing raft ally the entire Christian Amity squad alternated with two and the fails saw a Parade collegiate stars Roll by. Lloyd wittier rising Elon Captain and High Point boy. In Fern i re and Merce opened up fast for the frat Cam and were instrumental in tacking up a 24-6 advantage. The whole team was outstanding Pestle and Fly the leading the scoria with nine Points each Aud t away and turning in smooth Lou Woi k. The key Etc a Tenter toddle Ras top scorer for the night with is 15 Points and a lit to to Ward Loir Tot Ped the floor work be idea tallying nine Points this sets up what should be the rime in no a it of the meet when t mro class Hills and i t k. Tie up wednes by night. _ t ass Colts outstanding in Kentucky Derby nomination list Owca lassies basketball team the total of a a. A 12 wins Ami heading from Captain Inez Sowers voile Bulla Forward Veave renter. Lassie closed their most successful season Iii several years this week with v losses left to right front Row Bra Harris Forward Wisner Forward guard manager Adelaide Callahan Forward Iris Lohr. Guard. I Hick Row a Billie Gillespie guard coach fica Small Joyce in fonts guard Helen Anes no. 42 Harts 26 Quot a Oak hid in i. T. K 57 g t to g f to Loir f 4 i 9 Fern ire f 4 i 9 Chour f 4 0 8 Whitley t 2 3 7 a Oddie c 3 9 is Hobo on t 2 i 5 Ion play g 0 0 0 Pierre c 4 i 9 Peter k i 0 2 Litten c 2 0 4 cock g 0 i i Causey g 3 0 6 Shelton g i 0 2 Potter g 3 0 6 Flythe g 4 i 9 total 12 to 35 total 25 7 57 a Winston Salem team Manes no 2 five took the wind of th1 arcs Pill roller in the opening Gam of the nights program with a 42-26 in to 1111 a t Ion. Mock the Hanes no. 2 big gun in the teams tournament Playko pm up his Pace scoring with 16 Points and he was ably assisted by Pratt a Little Forward who added 14 Points to the massacre. Sei Ikon 0mkn� Al Sandhill it rate will saturday opening engr Ca i tire tip Hart k a i score at halt i t k28 Oak Ridge officials Talbert. Green abort a a a oae to Quot a a t. Scorer Surrett. Hanger in 31-26 in Over pointers baskets by a Mcginn Ollins Quot Crowell sent the Erlanger a a a Quot Tom oat into a lend j. half it it rth t Sam. H pm High Point Collie i and the Lexington five held desperately till the final Whir j to a i 26 a in i ii i him n id a 17-14 halftime Lead. Erlanger hit it i Trade in the Oil Poi id and gave Iii parked the smooth i exhibition of Sketwall seen during the meet Mcginn a guard bore the Brunt the Erlanger attack taking up Here Center Burk Young left off Mer being bottled up by Riley of tie freshmen. The big Center was ill a vital in Hie Zerlang. Using game hid j played a set up ame for i in animal the Frosh lot their punch in Jio la a Aall a ii <1 at no i in a a a re they aided by the usually ugh set of lug red Cobb to Wei urn led the freshman scoring till two baskets and six foul Kllc h. Mcginn with eight topped Flanger. Clam Quot a Quot Jit. Frosh. 25 Erlanger 3 8 t the their never going is-12 alb Pill r Llano no. 5 five undefeated in 10-Odd starts were to get their offence i the half trailed by Ana guard topped the scoring with la Points. T ass a a i Hart s 16 Pinehurst March la a americans Amateur rating and steeplechase season with gentlemen riders up patrol judges in Pink Coats and grooms in Bowler hats will have its 1939 opening saturday on the Barber estate i n g i a r f to Kiger t i 2 4 Carroll f 2 i Palmer 0 0 0 Armfield f i 0 Pratt i 5 4 14 id a1 c 0 3 3 mock c 8 0 of met a Flat 8 i i j sink 0 0 a Haywor the i 0 2 Myers 8 0 0 0 Alberts n 8 5 i la Sprink e 2 0 4 Brauch p 8 i 2 4 Tola s 17 8 42 t dials 0 b Pine steeped Hon will of the year the nation Hunts Assi it will b the Gandhi year Provic Tad of a by his most wet a w i n h Ense and hold tin r under Scot of half Hanes no 2, 42, Hart 26 los ii ded rider it at the Saddle and the san Hills will be tin feat three in lies Over drawn a no Iii Bel the ran a fir the Steeple la t Ion. The fifth noting i who a jut to Nisi i to u re i t i til of id South san Hills in asset a i meetings Sanction of base and Budge whips Perry again Boston Mart la i vol ice Doh Hodge tonight l aced through i red Perry former Brit by tip ate Iii straight Cis Tor the second iou taking Lite of their a to a tonal tour i. Of renewal which last unusual spec of was thrown regaining Tim. Ngo to this. Ii i nation official you in it scr in Rritt. R c Hoover. I Thi horses a owned in by table f we i born f Welborn f hey c Lynn c hinge g Irown 8 ire g to 1 n m Ginn f 2 2 Crowell f 3 to Collin f 2 4 Young c i 0 m m Ginn g i 3 Johnson g 0 4 b mulling 3 1 total 12 Centenary 38 Ellington 28 scoring to Points in the last four minutes the Centenary five of Winston Salem entered the class cd Semi finals with a 38-29 Victory Over Ellington florists. The High Point club had held the upper hand throughout the game until Centenary a Mcmanus a Forward suddenly came to life and hit the Basket with three straight action shots and carried his club into the Lead for the first time. The same i Manus tallied to Points for the night and shared scoring honors with Case redheaded Ellington Forward. Class a a a 28 Centenary 7 31 score St half h p. Freshmen. Erlanger 14. Official Farlow. By Quot Intrieri. H c. Scorer Surrett. Hot tigers take in Over Triangle the upset specialists Pilot a igers. Came through with am Iii a in defeating the Triangle How my Mill five in the night s Clos Jig game the score j �?T.-32 neither team Ever held a Dis id advantage during the game class by Ellington h Giles f Case i Oakley c w Giles c Farmer g Ellington g Keller g t to to 6 0 in 0 2 Barger f Conrad f m Man us it kale c gated d g Flenor g Adam g Cooper g 38 8 f to i 4 2 8 0 to 1 7 0 2 0 2 0 0 3 5 u 28 total Centenary 1 Tou i 14 score at half ton 16 official Hedrick Quot a p. C scorer Farlowe 16 6 36 14, Ellimo int Teri a Quot it. Pilot Anoy f i Nard f canard Lindsey c Lack g Epley g Edge g Kanoy g 33 8 3 i r o i a o 4 0 Triangle f to 3 a Trainer f i 3 Newman f 0 0 Byrd f 0 2 muffin f 0 to Dawson c 0 0 Spencer c 1 9 Lark g 0 0 Klutz g Smith g 32 total 14 3 33 totals 12 8 32 officials Farlowe Quot a Quot Intrieri h. Scorer surfeit. Lilt of Wmk Lincoln neb., March la. A Ebra aka Lins two athletes of the line name not related they a i it Jobert Simmons varsity swimmer lid Rob i i Simmons big six wart in in Ile cd Ami on. Teddy Weed wins tropical feature Oral Gables Fla. March la a at the Tommy stable Teddy Weed which ran fourth o Start hand in the Mclennan memorial Handicap at Hialeah turned in a record equalling performance Over the Seldom used mile and to Yards distance to Capitate tile $2,000 key West Handicap at tropical Park today. Carrying the Light impost of 104 pounds Teddy Weed stepped Hie distance in 1 43 4-5 to equal the track record set a few Days ago by co sport. Mrs. Vav. Blanket Stewart s Belmont slake Winner pasteurized again failed to run to his reputation and finished a disappointing second while Joseph Poppa no sir was third. I leaning sin a eluding faction fight Paul Mellon of Pittsburgh Sidney Watters will tide. Last year or. Mellows Cor dodger won the san Hills cup the distance suits faction fighter who won the Loyalhanna thine Miles Over Timber at the i rolling Rock club meet near Pittsburgh last november. Postman Home owned by mrs. I Frank Gould of new York to be i Ridden by William Jones of Char j lotto Ville a. Little Mountain owned by mrs. St wart Spilman t of the Plains va., Aud Palm i Beach and bungee boy from the j Geoffrey Laing stable Are among other horse scheduled to go in j the Timber race. The san Hills association is preparing to take Are of the i largest crowd which has Ever attended the meeting. Almost allot the parking spaces in the club in us enclosure have Helen taken by subscribers. Governor Clyde it. Liney of North Carolina is expected to occupy a Box w Ith Brig. General William j. Bry Deti of fort Bragg and association officials. Lovers of Amateur racing from Aiken. Camden Aud the san Hills including Many of the most enthusiastic followers of the sport of the country have spaces near the finish line. Eastern Aud Carolina society will be out in the larg-1 est numbers to patronise one event j of la Carolina season and this is one show w hich brings out the j country Folk As Well As the society j crowds. Nelson c. Hyde Secretary of the association is prepared to Bandit Hie heavy traffic which i will appear on Tho race Day. James Boyd of Southern Pines j is president of the handbills steeplechase Ami racing Assoc j Hon. Other members of the exp entire committee Are L. Bid i die la col. George p. Hawes George Watts Hill or. Hyde met Jenks Veiner a a Reed and Richard Walla ii or. Night Iii Sucre second match it lint Prole 1-2. Not. A i Boston Garden crowd of it.7."wi�?lob Down in Ive by a now England snowstorm Law Budge pick up where to i. It Eft in no by v Ork last night and easily take nine straight game. I this Milt. Perry loser of eighteen straight games including the last nine he Ilin Ppd Iii Madison Square Garden in to night took a to Rill stand apparent i irked by a taunt from Hie Gaiter. A a say an you interested Iii Golf too someone netted to tin britishers apparently referring to the reason git in for Fil Yorth Vine he or bowing Iii his cries of matches by it ii Budge then with Hie score h-0 against him. Perry hit his Hest Streak up to this mgt int Ami Tot k his hit game. Exhibition baseball dodgers trim reds Clearwater flu. A a a i the Brooklyn belted Cincinnati Pitchon Home runs to beat t 6 today in the seas Hibl Tion game for Johnny Hudson hit the base a filled in Ning to Start Brool 50 Lead Fred sing or off Lee Grissom i summary at Clearwater fit inn n Ooi Olio Bolyn no 501 too Grissom Walters i 7 i and West. Wisc in. Mar. La. Dodgers thing for two in reds 8 to Uius first sex both teams Homer with the first in Lyn off to a i hit Aneth third. Tin 00 2 i Lxi it 4n to i jr., Al jr., 6 to i 8 9 i Weaver hate a 41. Casey Fin and Newell. Phelps 6. V was in Kohm at St. Petersburg n. Y. A 120 Lee hop 14 2 St. Tini 002 too of. 8 i Donald Russo 4piechota 7 i and Rosar Bowman shown Mcgee 7 and Padgett. Narrow 5 it giants Kook pow Freil panthers will meet teachers monday 10 45 special to the Enterprise Kansas City mo., March night at to in the High Point College panthers xxii i open their hid for the National intercollegiate Basket Hall a Royvan meeting the Peru neb teachers College five. Tills xxx i 11 in 12 45 Eastern Standard time the panthers arrived in tile Missouri City today and took a Light workout at x o clock tonight on the tournament floor. Long Hugh Hampton the pow Erful Pointer Center slums no signs of timing affected by the Veak left knee which Lias Given him so much trouble. Ilia league tamps by the associated press Williamh hits Long Sarasota Fla., March la a up Twenty year old Ted Wil Olianis. Scheduled to take Ben i Chapman s old place in the red i sox Outfield poled out a 400-j foot ii pm in a losing cause to i Day As Hugh a Duffy s irregulars topped Joe Cronin s regulars. 7 to 5. I Evans prod of Orlando Fla., March it. A i Pic the Washington senators took on the Vann igans Folia in the first game of the j nationals training season. There was Little cheer for the who Iii two Aud a half hours of baseball cored oui three runs against the 15 Talli so by the regulars. Man i Aiger Bucky Harris expressed satisfaction xxx it ii the York of 1 Rookie pitchers line tag Lido Aud Arnold Anderson. In if m it his now i san Antonio Tex March Pic pitchers Bill Trotter Emil Llila ii la and Harry Kimer join. Who won 56 games among a them in the minor leagues last season will work for the St. Louis towns in their exhibition game with the Phillies Here i tomorrow. All la Xiii Iii to a Hinson Lakeland Fla., March of. A i pm a Fred Hutchinson High priced Rookie Nill make his debut As a in troit Liger Pitcher Iii an game Here Sonde manager Del Raker j announced today. 0tki#iitg the i of ear old right Bander will is Vernon Kennedy Tiger Veteran. Tommy Bridges and i Rebie Mcka Iii xxx i 11 work the lat three innings Sov ready to show Adena calif., March lip Rookie Chicago White sox pitchers will get n Chance to i show their stuff tomorrow in the team s initial exhibition Gam i against a Pasadena Semi pro nine. Sich front pitching regular will compose the White sox lineup it i is look to Leiber i ind to Leeson Ava Lon calif., March la. A a i ply the Floe Shoy whig of Hank Leiber and Jim Gleeman has simplified Outfield worries of Chicago cubs manager Gash Hartnett. Leiber is looking great afield and at hat. Gleeson has Speed and plate Power Hartnett has in in looking for. Ii s Sihr sit Ned san Bernardino. Calif. March to a a up a Captain and f to it i baseman jus Suhr today signed a contract for his tenth season Zyvith the pit Tabu go pirates reducing the Rue ugh holdout psf to outfielder Paul Wailer. Suhr a reported to have accepted a salary in the neighbor Hood of $8,000, less then $1,000 under his last years . Title seeking panthers Nance Murray 141 ii i lib kit it ssh ski in a Aud waiting Lur i oar no by Marse Grant Kansas City March la quartered comfortably in the City which will be their Home playing As it culminates his career As a Panther Cager. What of ii line Graham Armstrong spent the night in for two three or if successful St. Louis in the same room that six Days the purple Panther the eccentric dizzy Dean spent Hardwood champions will rest two weeks. Tomorrow by attending Church tile St. Louis papers did no to after three Days of travel. Talk much in favor of let Slier As this is the state that you Rill sticking with the cards but have to a show Vin a the Pantie i their prediction is by no Means ers Are determined to do that j final. Very thing monday night when j the courteous treatment in they meet the Peru state this City makes one wonder teachers College of Nebraska. Extremely wet was the journey from St. Louis Here As rain poured All the Way. A rough Hail storm greeted the party As it rolled into Kansas City but even this failed to Dampen the High spirits of the delegation. There s no doubt about the popularity of the Cage game in this Section As almost every town that we passed through had some sort of tournament in Progress. My Roommate on this trip Hill Hester vows that this tournament will get his beat our Southern hospitality is what its supposed to be. The City is All aflutter with activity As it plays a perfect Host to this fast Cage meet. The Bil Giest fellow As usual is business manager Allen Austin who has made the trip run smoothly. The workout last night found i the team in Good condition in spite of the Long tiresome journey. The gymnasium in which they run through their drills is one of the three in the Continental hotel. Glenville As in one of tile others at tile same time. Bowl keep in trim m women keep Jour figures streamlined. It o u l a men relax my exercise to keep fit and win strength la it l Dilks and ten pins Arcade Bowling alleys a a c a ii e la j i i d i n g Wake Forest will meet Ohio state Philadelphia March he Villanova is. Brown Ami Ohio state is. Wake Forest War the pairings announced today for i Eastern playoffs of the National collegium a a. Basketball tourney at the University of Pentt Syl a Vania next. Friday and saturday i winners meet for the Eastern i title saturday night at 8 30 p. In. Lake Charles. 11-hav-if it was Terry wanted in his giants this year. The la., March Power Bill new York to to 2 Wai football. Paim Ell Lewisburg pa., March 11 a rank Poe la. 220-Potmid tackle is one of the outstanding Art Btu dents a Buckne i loping the club Gale the Philadelphia athletics in the first exhibition game today must have been pretty satisfactory. Big eke Bon Ara acquired from the Washington senators during the Winter smacked the first pitch to him Over the Fence to score three runners ahead. Next time tip he hit a triple. Altogether the cozy confines of the local Ball Park provided five Home runs. Mel Ott and Frank de in a Roe collected the others for the giants while Bob Johnson and Dick Seibert accounted for the two athletic scores Witti circuit blows. Summary v y. I \ i 05 21 a 210�? in 20 n Puiia i a Omo too 010 2 9 i Gambell cast in Man 4sal 11 Ling them Al Boston. March la a when Roy gouache scored four times against the Chicago Blackhawk recently it was the first Lime a Boston Bruin hockey player had turned the trick since 1930, when Cooney Weiland ran xxx ild against Pittsburgh. Early opponents of vaccination argued trat persons vaccinated in childhood might take on characteristics of the animals from which Tho vaccine was taken. Cravat takes san Juan run Martin Colt i stretch drive to $25,000 Handicap win los \ no Eles March la Ltd Townsend b. Martins Cravat tame up in the stretch today and won the $25,000 added san Juan Capistrano Handicap mile and one half grand finale of the rat no season Al Santa Anita Park. With jockey Jack we trope in the Saddle Martins 4-year-old took charge in the final drive Down in front of the grandstand and won going away from Neil Mccarthy s today. Jacal owned by Edward Friendly third. Cravat broke the track record for the distance and was timed at 2 30 2-5, breaking the old Mark set by dark accent at 2 32 1-5. Filly ran Cunningham a Flat track record Falls in meet Baltimore March in a p John it liar Munski Lank Star from the University of Missouri smashed Glenn a Flat track mile record by one and a half seconds tonight to establish a new Mark at tour minutes 13.5 seconds. Dialling Twenty minute before the rare Zmiski had in rely a few minutes to warm lip hut lie easily outran the Field. Ile broke the tags a 50 Yards ahead of Mason Chron ister of the i no varsity of Maryland Southern conference Champion Miler. Third Xmas Jim reline also of Maryland while Gerald Tarrant of the Philadelphia v. I and Dave Morrison of North Carolina ran fourth Aud fifth. Contrary to popular belief Deiv does not full hut actually rises. And Banning o Dea 6 Kyle 3dumper to. 7and Wagner Brucker to 11 2 to 7caster Dean 6. At new Orleans Jersey City in Ooi 030 006 Cleveland Al 200 301 24x�?12 13 2 batteries Cleveland a Drake zither Smith and Hemsley Megan Jersey cd it a h Hubbell my Keti. Watkins and Toncoff Sheehan. Montgomery wins midget Cage meet Sumter s. C., match la Al a Montgomery ala., Defeated Sumter 20 to 18 tonight for the championship of tile Southern y. M a. A. Midget basketball tournament. The game went into two extra periods after the score was tied 18-All at the end of the first go round. Neither team scored in the first extra period and Hudson Montgomery Center threw in the winning Basket in the second ext in period. Sumter led All the Way during wolverines in Chicago March 11.�? up a Michigan s powerful wolverines won their sixth consecutive big ten indoor track championship tonight compiling the most remarkable string of indoor track titles in Western conference his a tory. A a a cast Quot Coin is made by pouring molten Metal Between two i holds a a struck Quot Coin i stamped out of a Blank of Gold Silver. Nickel or Copper Bronze. Tim regular game until the final Tyyko minutes Vohen Bates guard tossed in the goal that tied the score. The summary Montgomery a priest or 2, Stephens 4, forwards Hudson to. Center Scarborough 2. Bates 2. Guards. Sumter Shaw i. Bradman 6, to i Wauls pm opt Center Mckiver i Dustman i guards. High winnings give Elchico favored spot Zeigler entry has won owner $84,100 in seven starts Louisville ky., March la. A i a i licit winnings a a juvenile gave Al c Hico the spot of favorite Over 114 other thoroughbreds nominated today for the 1939 Kentucky Derby colonel Matt j. Winn. President of Churchill Downs made jut bile the nominations for the sixty fifth running of the $50, added american turf classic for three year Olds at a mile and a Quarter to he run May 6. The William Ziegler jr., entry won All of seven starts to bring his owner $84,100, including the Youthful stakes at Jamaica the Rover stakes at Wilmington and the Junior Champion stakes at Aqueduct. Other top ranking Money winners nominated were Challedon $67,700 porters mite $66,940 Johnstown $31,420 in Sewelda 330,950 no Competition $18. 640 time Aiono $16,715 t. M. Dorsett. $1 5,080 third de Mee. $12,605 and Yale of nine $10,750. In addition the nominees included colonel Edward a Bradley a Benefactor John Marschle lights str Winner of the labor Day Handicap at Hawthorne mrs. O. Franzheim a Naiad Clown Herbert Woolf a technician Winner of the Flamingo stakes and stablemate of i Awron Winner of the 1938 Derby and a. A. Barones touch and go. Larger Field the nominees 12 More than listed last year collectively a counted for approximately $35&Quot 000 last season in about 1,00� a farts. The Field is Tho Large to since 1934 when 124 were named. Colts As usual dominated the list with 9 2, there Are 17 geldings and six fillies listed. The fillies have won but one a in 1915 when regret came Home. Tits gelding division boats such victories As those of exterminator old Rosebush. Paul Jones and elude Duson. Ciencia. Winner of the Santa Anita Derby is missing from the nominations list As Are to i Tant. Allegro and eight thirty. I Are considered of Derby calibre. Big names in the racing Tam Are Back in the fold. The East plays its usual hand with William Woodward of new York who won the Derby with Gallant Fox and Omaha nominating Johnstown Winner o the breeders futurity at Kee Neland and five other thoroughbreds. 1 la e Whitney Colts then there is mrs. Payne Whitney a Greentree stable a. Tier of the 1931 race with Twenty cd Rand represented with five eligible including Roll and tos. Third degree and los Tagai. Seven candidates were named by mrs. Ethel v. Mars of Chicago for the mid West contingent. The far went Banks on Joy boy from the stables of movie Magnet Louis b. Mayer. The King ranch of Texas owner o Ciencia placed in nomination for the Southwest bravado equestrian Aud draw Straw. Other nationally known Patron represented with nominees in i Iuda Samuel d. Riddle whose War Admiral topped the Field in 1937 Warren Wright owner of Calumet farms and Alfred g. Vanderbilt. Pack books 16 baseball tilts thirteen conference foes listed on state Diamond schedule Raleigh March Llu i games. 13 of them wit Southern conference opponent were announced today by Busin a manager John von Glahn for cob he Chick Doaks North Carolina slate baseball team. Tile schedule april i Catawba Here 6, Cor Well Here 7, w. Amp l., Here to. Wake Forest Here la. North Carolina in Chapel Jar 13 . Amp there 19. Duke la Durham 22, Davidson Here 26, Duke her 27. Wake Forest in Wake for May i Virginia teed Here 4, Wake Forest in Wake Forest North Carolina Here to Duk Durham 12, Catawba in a Bury 13, Davidson in Davidson Phil cookies look g h i new braunfels Tex. Mar 11 up a manager Doc prot by of the Phillies refused to cont his freshmen before they a a hatched and continued the it in hat Ion today by polishing off rough spots. He gave his Quot four kids from the clues d circuits Lames Burkart Gross and Dickinson credit for a Quot Fine Job Quot re hurling against the St. Lou it Browns in the opening exhibition but said he wanted to study their wares further. Made no difference Santa Anita calif., Man b Llu kayak ii Winner of the Santa Anita Handicap fever had a Saddle on his Back until he can to this country from Argentina

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