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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 12, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Sunday March 12, 1939the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of a High Point North Carolina Page seven Sec. I Borican Breaks record and whips Glenn Cunningham Rumania s Strong Man is Premier negro turns in astounding performance Kansas Miler experiences most disastrous night of career new York March 11�? up a Glenn Cunningham beaten Only once in eleven previous races this season was whipped in both his starts tonight As Long John Boneau ran the fastest 1,000 Yards on record to beat him by two Yards in this special and the Kansan then ran last in the columbian mile at the knights of Columbus games at Madison Square Garden. But Bornean a record breaking performance was clouded by the refusal of starter Johnny Mchugh to sign the affidavit. Mchugh claimed Bornean Goat the gun. His signature is required before the new Standard can go on the books. Nor was the negro aces Triumph entirely satisfactory to the crowd that turned out for this final meet of the Garden season lured by the Prospect of seeing both Bornean and Cunningham try for a double. For Bornean. Who started on the pole and streaked into the Lead at the run ran a front race All the Way and carried Cunningham out into the Middle of the track Down the last two straight ways. New record or not Bornean s time bettered Cunningham indoor Mark of 2 10.1, set in this meet on March 16, 11115. And also surpassed the official world outdoor Mark of 2 09.7 set by Elroy Robinson of san Francisco on May 15. 1937. Cunningham a time also bettered both of those standards. Glenn was Locken in 2 09.2, but since there were Only two official timers for his second place Effort it cannot be accepted As a record in Case Bornean application should be refused. Bornean got away at the gun so fast and with such a margin that it appeared quite Likely he might have beaten the gun if he did. Though it seemed to most observers that Mchugh should have called them Back then Aud there. It was Cunningham.-, second defeat of the Winter the second by Bornean and the second at this distance. The two it ear of Streak of negro sprint successes was broken in the 60-Yard dash final As Perrin Walker lanky Oglethorpe University graduate student. Whipped three negroes in 6.2 Seton is equalling the meet record. Enlace Petcock was second with Herbert Thompson the National Champion who had won 29 of 29 dashes third and Ben Johnson last. Another National Champion. Allan Tolmich of Detroit repeated his 1938 Victory in Tho 60-Yard High hurdles winning easily in 7.4 seconds. Jay Shields Winner of the intercollegiate title a week ago. Was second Larry o Connor of Toronto third and Tom Garland of Manhattan fourth Dick Ganslen columbian a i c. 4-a Champion took the pole vault with a leap of 13 feet 9 inches and then failed at 14 feet i Inch in three special tries. By letting Loose a half Lap a print that looked As of he were still by fresh As a new caught codfish. Don i Ash. The Indiana state policeman trimmed Tommy Deckard of Bloomington. Ind., his favorite stalking horse. Celtics discover a new gag the famed new York celtics Are still the showmen of old. Playing against an All Star team in Cleveland the barnstorming professionals added a new trick to their repertoire. Nat Hickey dribbling above carried a Micro wave transmitter which broadcasts by shortwave without use of wires. As he played Hickey broadcast an account of the contest said to be the first time the stunt has Ever been done. Durham win Wai til or i or i Iii a inn Lexington val., March la i pm Durham no High defending champions tonight won the 15 the and perhaps the last South Atlantic basketball tournament at Washington and Lee Culver try with a 41 to 26 Victory Over Fork Union a military Academy. Virginia s military school champions. Richard Smith. Washington and Lee director of athletics said he would recommend to the athletic committee that a the tournament Long an outstanding Scholastic basketball affair in the South Atlantic area be discontinued. Smith said rulings by school hoards Iii various state prohibiting teams from entering tournaments influenced the decision and added that sentiment also seemed to be growing against such tournaments which draw teams from a wide area. Durham marched through its stiffest opposition of the tournament to win its second consecutive championship. Prior to tonight s Victory the North carolinian Defeated Staunton military Academy. The Monroe a aggie and in the Semi finals this morning stopped Greenbrier military school of Lewisburg. W. A. 43 to 22. In a 9 02 4 two mlle run the fastest of the year. It also was one of the better distance races of the season As three men Miklo Szabo of Hungary George de George of the now York a c. And Veteran Job Mccluskey. Alternated in setting the Pace until lash took charge of the finish. Don heat Deckard by seven Yard with Mccluskey a Good third and de George fourth. Szabo. Outdoor world record Holder was a Well beaten last after showing Tho Way for 14 of the 22 laps. Bornean. Coming Hack for the second half of his attempted double. Finished Strong to take second place behind National 600-meter Champion. Charley Bee Ham of the 69th regiment a. A in the 20th running of the Lassie Casey 600, beet Ham bit the tape in i 11.3, Only two tenths of a second off the world record to which Cunningham helped Chase Jim Herbert a year ago and finished seven Yards in front. Bornean passed Vav it Wallace the i. 4-a Champion at this distance in Tho Home stretch while Dick Gill of Boston was fourth and Herbert fifth. Record haul of liquor taken at service station Morganton March la. Pic a record haul of liquor valued at $3,000 was captured by sheriffs officers in a raid on a service Sta 111n Between Morganton and Val Quot Dot a sheriff Paul m Dale armed with a search warrant Ltd five of his deputies in a Road on the station he Saui was operated by Troy Williams under the name of Quot docs dugout the sheriff said that More Titan 70 cases of bottled in Bond liquor much of j which was of the More expensive i brands was cached behind a re i movable Wall leading to a con i reeled closet. Williams Bond. Was placed tinder in England about 76 per cent of the non fatal and 60 per cent of the fatal Road accidents occur on roads with a restricted Speed limit of 80 Miles per hour. Coal still is Hen from the Workings beneath the Solway Firth Scotland More than five Miles from Shore. Manufacturers a contracts claims amendment is a hollow nolo to talk of business appeasement Washington March Llu up the National manufacturers association said today that the labor contracts amendment to tile air expansion Bill gave Quot a hollow note to talk of business in a statement the association also said it believed the amendment constituted a major Hazard in the prosecution of the National defense program. The amendment backed by both the Cio and the Al was sponsored in the Senate by majority Leader Barkley Day it would prohibit award of any contract under the National defense program to a person found to be interfering with collective bargaining or other rights of his employees. A committee of senators and representatives now is trying to adjust differences in the versions of the $358,000,000 air expansion measure passed by the two branches of Congress and senator Logan Day disclosed after a meeting of this committee yesterday that the principal Issue was this amendment. He also said Secretary Wood ring had advised the committee that the War department opposed the amendment believing it might Block needed air plane purchases. Expect showdown Scon in holy land squabble Jerusalem. March a a a classes of arabs and jew it Felt today the coming week probably would bring a showdown in the entire holy land situation a1 though Hope for harmonious settlement of the Long Arab jew conflict seemed As Remote As Ever. Both sides waited for a Climax in London with Britain ready to Quot impose a plan. The Palestine conference in London which began february 7. Collapsed this week and the British having failed to bring the Arab and jews together an non need they would now and vain a their own plan for settlement sex peeled to provide Tor an Independent Arab state in which the jew would have a minority status insured mortgage is Quot potential Bond Quot a mortgage insured by the Federal housing admin Strant nor Only has the advantage o the Security afforded try the property but if default occur become a potential Bond Rath than a potential Quot real stat own a Quot according to Alfred i Aiken president of the new Yon life insurance co too often in the past the mortgagee has found him. Elf Arun will Trig owner of property Cov cml by his mortgage with Aith problems that such ownership entails. Or. Aik in a. This possibility is eliminated wit Cha insured mortgage for ii the mortgage is foreclosed that mortgagee is entitled to re it Cive debentures of the Mutual Mort age or housing insurance funds the principal and inter est of Winch Are guaranteed b the United states government. Unfaithful will resign Church Job Independence. Kus. March Llu to a a methodist minister in letters to other clergymen at the Kansas methodist conference declared today his intention of leaving the Faith be Calm he a Quot expected to be unfaithful to his ordinance vows. The letter was signed by the Rev. W. H. Werner of Topeka has., who said he had been a minister for 18 years. It asserted that Quot it is common practice today in the methodist Church either to deny outright the most essential doctrines of the Bible or hush up so that they drop into As examples the protesting minister cited the Virgin birth resurrection of the body and the second coming of the lord. Quot instead of preaching regeneration. I am admonished to teach the Devil s doctrine that All men Are Brothers Quot the letter said. Director o. Ii. Benson National director of Rural scouting who Nill attend the Rural scouting conference to be held in Salisbury on Mardi 21. Study being made for hew air base Charleston s. C., March la a to a Secretary of the Navy Claude a. Swanson who embarked from the Charleston Navy Yard this morning on an inspection of the United states Fleet now at rendezvous in the Guantanamo gon Aives area said in a prepared statement that the Hepburn naval Board Quot is now making a thorough study of the most advantageous location for the Southeastern air base and Charleston is among the places being Quot the reports a Nien i have had of the recent Fleet Maneu vers Are most Gratifying a he said. Though no Winner is announced at the conclusion of these War games the real Winner is always the american people. The lessons Learned from each such problem Are definite contributions to the National defense. Almost one third of the non occupational causes of accidents Are traceable to automobiles. Armand Calinescu above rumanian a political a Strong Many was named Premier by King Carol. The Black monocle which Calinescu Wear hides a sight los Eye too years of baseball no. 32�?vander Meer history of the National oame told in sketches by Art Krena twins comprise i 07 per cent of the babies born in the uniter states Twenty per cent of this. Are said to be twin of the identical Type. Johnny Vonder Meer first sow o major league comp in 1933 when he was chosen by a movie company to portray the typical american boy getting a tryout i Dove Driscoll then business manager of the dodgers discovered him Ina Church league in Midland n. J Brooklyn lost him through failure to keep his Transfer papers straight Cincinnati purchased him from Nashville in 1936 ofter he had averaged More than a dozen strikeouts a game with Durham of the Piedmont league _ cos 1j a a Kia mrs acc. 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