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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 16, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page four Sec. The High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry much Fohn i my in Lake Lina thursday March 16, 193 i m i 4 a j to. It / a a i soc Chakales sports f i Tor a new Dodge a. I Spalding Aud brother perpetrator of the Dodge describe it As a a joint Triumph of Kei Shinn ancient arabian mathematician and the company. Lion team takes class a a Quot til tie v Filiti Victory Over Adams Millis i. T. K. Scores in thrilling game Bison Down Oaks High Pointer ready for Golf War an astute Caddy said upon being questioned ainu to so further interrogation indicated that the Caddy is logic slightly unethical in the Best traditions had a sound smack of economics. A Humph if the balls Ain t lost How they Gonna sell More. Looks like to me that they ought be glad of it when balls Are lost instead of getting some Arab to make a homing Pigeon out of Golf Ball. Tilt first time that the a homing Pigeon Golf Ball will be used will be at Pinehurst at the North and South. The it year old sporting goods firm seems to take a great Deal of happiness in announcing the a homing Pigeon. A \ a t ii seems to be a relatively simple matter despite the disapproval of the caddies. The aforementioned Arab evolved the theory of permutations and combinations using eight Basic colors to make a series of 480 different t combinations. With this unique system of marking the Ball with dots and dashes the company contends that each member of a club will have color combination such As three dash Orange two Dot red which will enable him to claim any Ball with those markings even if the pro has it for Sale in the shop. The magical qualities of this new Ball goes even further. That is it goes further in theory. The press Blurb attached to the announcement says a the individualized balls will be quickly and easily identified x \ x \ any Caddy will be Able to return them when recovered to their rightful player owner. The last Factor brings up a Large and ugly question of doubt. While the inherent honesty of caddies is not questioned too often i have been appraised of some remark Able values in Golf balls by caddies who say a mister Iti sell you this Sun for dime. There Ain t anything wrong with As a Rule there in t anything wrong with it but there is always a tinge of scepticism about the ownership of a commodity offered for Sale greatly under the Market Price. This practice under the a homing Pigeon a system will he entirely discontinued. When a Caddy offers to sell one of the a homing pigeons All the prospective buyer has to do is thumb through a Little Book find the color Cerabina. Tion represented on the Ball and at the same time ascertain the real owner. He can then turn to the amazed Caddy and reprimand a Young Man that Ball belongs to Ezra Snead of keep both hands in your pockets club. And darned if it wont. A a la Mirn Ament Quakertown club attempting a. A. U. Lourn Mem t0 make Deal f0r Nagursky Sticks to knitting they highs win from Guilford 41-20 Centenary Victor in class a cd final two rip roaring evenly matched basketball clubs went to War in the a class a a a finals of the sixth annual High Point y. M. Ltd. A. Told medal tournament Here last night but Long John Pierce a Forward saw to it that the i. T. K. Fraternity team of Elan allege came out on the top end of a 4s-44 score and the most startling upset of the meet in tripping up Adamsville Southern textile class a a tvs champions. The Lindale Dairy Bison sauntered off with class a a by honors with a 41-20 Triumph Over Guil Ford s w inn Oaks and the Centenary five took the class title with a 36-24 decision Over Danes hosiery no. 2 in All win Ston Salem struggle the tooth and Natl class a a a same resounded with bitterness rom Start to finish and the Battle became so intense that two Elon players took leave via the foul route before the end of the third quart r and Piet e himself the bulwark of the fraternity s offence was forced to retire for a time after a sepre fall. A total of 26 fouls was called. Both clubs opened up cautiously and Ray int Lerl. Adams Millis gnat a looped one from near Center for the first Baske two minutes after the Start. Pierce tallied for Elon then Cooper Intrieri and Culler Burk Lindale Ubitz 41 eted thro in quit a succession j <1 i and the High Point flub held a la of Zilfo the longest Lead of the night. S Tju Aiulu Vadai cd tin under the Basket for a Crip Adams Millis leading 41-40. Fesmire tied the game again with a foul and Martin retail red Potter swished one front near Center. Sappenfield took a pot shot Lorn the Side. Potter added a Crip. Pierce converted a foul and ended the scoring just before the whistle with a Crip. Score 48-44. The melons worked a zone defense to perfection and kept the High Point five firing at Long Tange. Rangy Fesmire Whitley p Eric and Flythe Here used their height to an advantage under both their own and the Adams Millis baskets. Besides Pierce who counted total of 19 Points the Elonso Potter a guard was the Quot clutch Many of the night and counted when needed most. Broadus Culler turned in a marvelous performance at Forward and tallied 16 Points. To Intrieri goes credit for a great defensive name he held Whitley and Lilian to three Points. Class Quot a Adams Mulis 44 i. T k. 48 g f to g r to i Culler f 6 4 16 Whitley f i i 3 Intrieri f 2 2 6 Fly the f 3 0 6 Spencer 0 4 4 Pierce t 6 7 19 sap Ped g 5 0 to Fesmire c 2 4 8 Cooper k 10 2 Potter g 5 0 to Martin g 2 2 4 Hobson g 0 i i Causey g Oil Linen g too Gold medal Quot All teams class a a a Forward Culler Adams Millis Forward Pierce i. T. K. Fraternity Center Fesmire i. T. A fraternity guard Jamieson Greensboro a by guard Intrieri Adams Millis class a by Forward Welborn Lindale Forward a. Hartley Lindale Center Young Erlanger guard Hussey Lindale guard a. Hartley Guilford Oaks class a a cd Forward idol Harts pharmacy Forward Wilkins Denton High school Center mock Hanes no. 2 guard kale Centenary guard Conrad Centenary sportsmanship winners class a a a a Bob Jamieson Greensboro Quot a a class a a by a John Everhart Marsh furniture class a a cd a red Coble children a Home. Dunkelberger Moore to meet medallist team pro Amateur winners of 38 automatically qualify for event St. Augustine fun. Mardi 16.�? apr the medal qualifying play yesterday Stahl and Harbert Drew Frank Moore of Mamaroneck n. Y., and Bobby Dunkelberger of High Point n. C., last years winners a their first opponents. Eighteen leaders in the golfing Money brigade and their Amateur partners were exempt from the qualifying test. While 30 other teams battled for the remaining 14 places in the first flight. Scores of 137, five under Par for the distance or better were needed to gain the upper bracket eight teams tied at that figure and had to playoff for the last is combination of i Stahl Lansing midi., Marvin if Lve contested i it Rofes Jack Grout places. Of Hershey. Pm a Ion a and Chick Harbert of a a cd re a to a a it a a a re. N. ,. Fla., finished second with 1j. Attle reek midi., ins Ama f0ur strokes Back of the Leader eur partner faced Tough first posting a 132, Lloyd Man round opposition today in the Krum of Pittsburgh. Pa., and $4,000 National pro Amateur a my Aye a Fyk of jacksonville.,. Fit., slipped into third place. Best Ball Golf tournament. The rom leading the Field with a 17- Bina Tion was among those Quail under Par 127 in the 36-Hole tying automatically. Total 16 12 44 total 17 14 48 score at half Adama Lula 22 i t. K is. Official Farlowe. A Tackett. Greensboro y a corer. 8urrett. Hee Tot pkg or colo., March 16 nothing a Baske tent crowd lev so much a a cond Juicy and they Hope to sit in on might when eight crack struggle in the Quarter of the National a a. V. Don ships far none of the stronger choices for the 1939 title been jolted out of the tour a Lieut. Although one of them came dangerously close to the precipice la. T night a he sectional score showed three teams from t tie Pacific coast two from the Rocky mountains two from the Southwest and one from the Midwest to it it nights Jamboree. Cha pub llah Philadelphia March 16,�? Ben Bell owner coach of the Philadelphia eagles in the a j Tiona football league is attempting to swing a Deal with Georg Halas of the Chicago f i bears that would bring Wronko i bag Turski to Quakertown. Former Minnesota All american Nagurski is one of the greatest fullbacks of All time. He barges through opposing lines i with Tim Power end gusto of a i runaway locomotive. But the Eagle a Boss will Spring a Surprise if he lands Nagurski. Hell play the famed Bronko at tac Kle. To 2. The game grew More intense and two fives both obviously on Edge fought hard. Then stormed at each foul called. Adams a los left the court at the half with a 22-1s Lead. Hut at this juncture of the struggle Pierce had been Able to connect Only three times. Whitley converted on s foul to open the Las half then be and Flythe sandwiched two pointers around a Culler clip and brought the Rah Rah five within one Point of the High Point highs Bison playing under Lindale Dairy colors surprised the Large crowd with their overwhelming Victory Over the Guilford Oaks. 41-20 for the class Quot by Crown. The collegians were Nev Rable to get under full steam and trailed from the time Bison Darrell we Horn hit a i oui shot for the first score. After a he Bison first stringers had rolled up a 20-8 halftime Lead the Relief five. Billman Kivett Reid. Evans and Short. Took Over and continued to Romp on the hapless Oaks. The Juil fights i or night by the press Bir m Inch a a a la. I Nim y Perrin. 125, new Orleans out for i pointed Lloyd Pine. 126 0 to locals two minutes later Bony Ike Fesmire. I t. K Center Sank i Ford five. Composed mostly of a foal and the game was tied. Regular it Aker starters were on from there on the Lead never i their usually Good passing game varied Over two Points until the but were never Able to work th1 closing minutes when the a Hris b a in close to the Basket and forged into a four Point so with Jack Hussey Pointer Center. Vantage. J playing a wonderful backboard Pierce and Potter kept packing i game their Long tries went for away with action shots and fouls naught and held the melons in the bail game while Sappenfield. Martin and Culler desperately tried to stack Tiiu a substantial Lead for the Adanis Milis the the Peak of action was reached with a hit Over four minutes to play when Potter tied the game with a Side court shot the score 36 16 Fesmire sent the Elon ahead Intrieri Sank a foul. Potter hit Akron i again. 4&Quot-37 Sappenfield hit a Long Beant. Culler passed to mar too years of baseball no. 35�?growth of the game history of the National game told in sketches by Art Krens outside of leading the scoring with la Points. Forward Dick Hartley continued to hog the. Sin w when he became the sixth Man on the floor amidst a flock of Bison substitutions in the closing minutes some Alert fan discovered that Hartley had failed to leave the game and th1 off it gals took time enough to allow blushing Richard to leave the floor. Besides Hartley Kivett a Forward replacement and Evans a guard stood out. Chambers led the Oaks with three baskets and two free throws. Lass a a by Lindale 4 Guilford Oaks 2s k i to i t to Amman f too f i 0 2 r Hartley f 4 3 la Kine r i o 2 w Al born f 3 i 7 chamber f 3 2 Kivett f 4 0 8 Summey Loo Hua Aey c 3 0 6 Shell c of Reid e too Woodwo a e 2 o Homey k Oil Man go to g i 0 Short a too e Hartley �02 Hayworth i 0 0 0 Parker Coo bran g 3 2 8radio was Quick to recognize baseball a widespread Appeal. Broadcasting in turn has done much to increase fan interest m More than 25,000,000 people witnessed league baseball games in Americo last year either in professional collegiate or Amateur Competition. Most observers feel however that the future of the game rests on the foundation of sandlot baseball which usually is the first step the youth of the country take _ concluding baseball s Centennial Celebration. Baseball has mushroomed in growth in 1874 Al g Spalding engineered the first invasion to foreign shores when he took a picked group of players to England modern Tours by major leagues have done much to popularize the sport in Japan the Philippines England Ond else Fere Cor 19j a inca strict. Inc t m inc. U. I Sai. Off a the japanese have made great strides and their players Are second Only to americans in skill crowds of 50,000 at a big game Are not uncommon. Totals 17 7 41 total 8 4 30 score at half Lindale 20 Guilford Oak. 8 official Martin. High Point College. Intrieri High Point colleges corer. Surrett. Marylander is Aiken favorite Mill Den deft we Iler l Ard hound of to in first hound Aiken. Suck. March 16.�? up a Helen Dettweiler of Washington with a Low score of 71 beside her name was in the favorite a role today at the Start of the second round of the third Aiken s women s Golf tournament. Miss Dettweiler present Maryland Champion carded rounds of 37-34 yesterday for a one stroke advantage Over Kathryn Hemphill i Columbia. Third in the Field of More than so was mrs. Opals Hill of Kansas City mo., the Only professional in the tournament. She carded a 76. Miss Dettweiler jumped into an Early Lead in the list round of a he 54-Hole affair As Marion Miley the present Southern Champion encountered trouble at Tho Start and finally soared to in s3 miss Miley tied with mrs a it. Balding of did Westbury l i. For seventh place. These Ond round was played this morning to make Way for a Hole in one contest which club professional. John r. Inglis had arranged for the tournament Field. An englishman owns a Ruby coloured Hummingbird which he values Ai it out. Deals depart for Eastern court tourney w Ike Forest March la. Apr Wake forests basketball team will leave tonight for Philadelphia where it and three other quintets will compete for the Eastern division Champion hip. The do Neon pared the Southern conference during the last regular reason hut Quot fold i up Quot during the Raleigh tournament. Wake Forest will meet Ohio state big ten Champion tomorrow night in the out Ching round and Villanova will play it own. Tile Winner will meet saturday night. The pastern division Champion will tangle with the Western division Champion match to in Lite Northwestern University gymnasium at Evanston. Iii. Coach Murray Greason said j Apt. Jim Waller Rev Carter Smith Young. Vincent Congery j Stanley Apple la. O. Barnes Boyd Owen Pete Nelson Char j in Yirinec Hill Sweel Dave Fuller and Pete Davis would make the trip. Centenary 36 Hanes hosiery 25 from the twin City two Well coordinated court aggregations came Over to vie for Cia pc Quot i honors and a Faller Centenary i five had Little trouble in winning from Hanes hosiery no. 2. 36 j to 25, in the opening game of the program in a Battle of centers Conrad i of the Centenary Chili and mock of Hanes walked off with scoring honors with 16 and is Points Ann j showed enough class to warrant j spots til the it Las pc Quot All team. Centenary jumped right into an Early Lead and had their Hometown Brethren holding on til i wrong cud of a 10-0 score in til Early minutes. But messes mock i and Beauchamp answered the j need for tallies and by the half whistle had put nine Points through the Basket Between them while the Centenary team had been unable to hit the hoop. Conrad and kale found the Lange after intermission though and led their teammates in a 26 j Point scoring spree and Victory class cd Hanes no. J 24 Centenary 36 8 f to r f to Pratt f 10 2 Poe f too wrestling last night by the associated press Rochester n. All Baba 210, Kurdistan Defeated Bob Wagner 225, Portland Oregon two out of three Falls. Bowl keep in trim a women keep your figures streamlined r owl a men relax Aud exercise to keep fit and win strength. B owl ducks and ten pins Arcade Bowling alleys Arcady building Sprinkle f i Beaucha p f i Kiger f 0 mock e s Myers g 0 Speace g i 0 2 Barger t too 3 s Gatewo d t o o o 0 0 Mcmanus it 0 2 i 3 13 Conrad c 6 4 16 j 1 i kale g 4 0 8 0 2 Fleenor g 4 0 8 Adams g too Cooper 102 totals 9 7 25 totals 16 4 36 score at half Centenary to Hanes no. 2. 9 officials int Lerl High Point College Farlowe y scorer Surrett. Una skid Protection Miller Imperial High Point tire amp Battery co. 201-203 College Street phone 2751 d. L. Bakker prop. Here s action for you three of this season s Ace fabrics a three smacking value groups keep prices Down. Keep Quality up. We re sinking our Teeth into this slogan and Are getting the business. Right now the Public wants better clothes at lower prices and will buy when it gets them. Always on the Alert to Public demand we have assembled the greatest values for this season Ever offered by any store. Not just cheap clothes but Quality clothes Worth far More than their Price and most important of All they re guaranteed with the Silver guarantee of perfect satisfaction or Money Back. Head for Silver s today or tomorrow if you want a new suit for this season. You la be doing yourself a favor. Gabardine worsted Chalk stripes tweeds a ill Carbrooke to the season double disports or Plain of every add. Single Mart est l breasted. Models for of or men to $1695 $19/5 $2475 it sillier of 129 South main St. Use our convenient easter Lay Ayvazy plan

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