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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 19, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Age six Sec. The High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of a High Point North Carolina sunday Mardi 19, 19.19pros invade state for Pinehurst and to Reen Sborz a we i ii it la age v Greensboro a c., March 18. Map a the world s finest golfers the touring professionals will converge upon North Carolina this week seeking Cash prizes totalling $9,000 As they compete in the $4,000 North and South open at Pinehurst and the second annual $5,000 greater Greensboro open Over the courses Sedgefield and Star mount Forest country clubs. With practically All the a big names among the trousers highlighted this year by the return to Competition of the Well known Walter Hagen the a Gold seekers a open their warfare at Pinehurst thursday before pitching their tents in Greensboro for the greater open which gets underway Friday and continues through sunday. Both Are 72 Hole affairs. Slamming Sammy Snead the White Sulphur Springs va., Buster Winner Here last year with 271 strokes will defend his laurels while vie Ghezzi North and South title Holder will definitely defend his Crown at Pinehurst. Following the greater open and the North and South the pros will take three Days rest before resum ing action in Bobby Jones masters tournament at Augusta ga., on March 30. However the sharpshooters will again invade our tar Heel state april 7-9 for Asheville a inaugural a land of the sky tournament a $5,000 event. Besides the crack list of pros entered in the North and South and greater Greensboro open there will be a number of outstanding Amateur battling for glory and trophies instead of Money. This delegation of Simon Pures will be led by High Points Bobby Dunkelberger the French Amateur Champion and National Golf clubs title Holder. Since the two tourneys totalling 144 holes will be played in six consecutive Days followers of the Royal and ancient game Are expecting the golfers to face one of the stiffest tests they have encountered in quite a while. Most tournaments Are so arranged that the golfers can get in a prac Tice round or two before the official firing begins. Such will not be the Case this week. After playing three Days at Pinehurst the delegation hops to Greensboro and continues Competition for three More Days without a break. Officials in charge of the local tournament which again is being sponsored by the Greensboro Junior chamber of Commerce under the auspices of the professional golfers association of America have been working on details for several months and All is in readiness for Greensboro a major athletic event of the year. The first 36 holes will be played Over Valley Brook course at Sedgefield Friday and saturday while the final 36 holes will be reeled off sunday�?18 in the morning and 18 in the afternoon a Over the equally attractive Star mount Forest course. Opens Sok Sammy in a i so. _ ,11 whirl soc Chakales Ai a snorts editor Triangle i i v Cage series teamwork pays Duke Downs tigers in Spring Grid tussle off with win its a Blue Devil year to my be stadum Derham March Tipton who not so Many months aim Here on a Blanket of Snow kicked Dukes Blue devils into Pasadena California and the Hose bowl xviii be no More than a hallowed football tradition on the Campus Bere next fall. His phenomenal toe scaling unreached Heights on that memorable Day against Pittsburgh xviii be remembered and the deadly accuracy of Bis right Arm and the Power of his offensive lunges xviii be listed alongside the lame of other great Duke backs. But Bis wizardry As accomplished As it was will not be missed when the Blue devils Trot out their 1939 football creation. A a to have said that yesterday on the Duke Campus would have been equivalent to saying that Man o War was just another race horse. However today it s a different proposition. One time this afternoon George Mcafee hauled off and let Fly a punt that travelled roughly the distance of 60 Yards. When the booming pigskin came Down out of the sky Bunn Hackney the referee had to wipe the Snow off of it before Clemson n aggregation could put the Ball in play. I was sitting near the rim of the giant Duke stadium and several times i had to lean backward to watch his kicks heading for burling on or Durham. He did it with such finesse that it took the couple of thousand folks on hand for the scrimmage game sometime to realize that before their very eyes was being unfolded a great kicking exhibition. Like last fall when Dan Hill used to Lead a swarm of Blue Jerried giants Down under the ski riders of Erie Tipton to Vait for the Hall to come Down so it Xmas Here this afternoon that is partly. On a couple of the harder propelled boots the ends could have taken in a double feature before taking in the Clemson receiver. For those exaggerated reasons Erie Tipton wont be missed As a kicker Evhen Harvest time comes around. Gorgeous George will More than keep Benjamin Duke on an even keel in his coffin. Hell put him to sleep. W c ret and the inspiring leadership of Dan Hill most serious losses from the Hose boxy Oire. There was this afternoon an adequate answer for the kicking problem Gordon Burns will satisfy even the most exacting alumnus at the Pivot. Bites will Surprise a lot of you. That sort of settles both major problems does t it. That Isnit All. The gorgeous George a a limped through an exciting and thrilling show of Ball toting. He was sent crashing Over tackle for the Short gains wide for the payoff dashes and he brought punts Back like Chamberlain carried Czechoslovakia to Hitler in a hurry. On one occasion he whirled inside tackle on a spinner broke to the outside and romped 60 Yards for a touchdown. Besides scoring a couple of More touchdowns gorgeous George spent most of the afternoon making a old grads gasp at the Speed and agility of his running. If Mcafee had been in shape last fall the Blue devils would have Given out some mighty fancy Licking instead of boasting about the a Iron Dukes in the line. Over . "5" Industrial league playoff goes into finals monday night juniors win a scrapping Triangle hosiery Mill five threw a wrench into the wheels that make the Adams Millis court aggregation go a round and stopped their rivals by a score of 28 to 24 Iii the second game of the City Industrial league basketball title play off Here last night. The upset recorded on the floor of the y. M. C. A. Gymnasium. Throws the series into a deadlock at one game apiece. The Champion will be decided in the rubber game Here monday night. Adams Millis got off to a Fly i ing Start in the first half with j Hubert Barrier clicking on Ion Range shot. At the half the first half season winners held a 14-11 Lead. Rut the final half saw the i Triangle five come Back on the i court an inspired Bunch of boys j their defense bottled up Adams Millis passing attack and the Long shots weren t hitting. In the Early minutes of the fourth period Charley Weaner hit a Crip shot which the Triangle club its first Lead of the night and one it never relinquished. Dawson Center was the top offensive threat of the Triangle five with six Points but i the hosiery makers were paced he coordinated passing in the last j half harrier of the Adams Millie team was High scorer for the night with to paints and Center Spencer was runner up with seven. In a preliminary game the y. M. C. A. Juniors led by Reid. Taylor and Evans who tallied 38 no info Between them swamped Highland juniors by a 60-32 score. Summary a aim Milli Triangle Zug surprising Michigan duo reach pro Amateur finals St. Ai i stink. Ha., March a a Marvin Stahl and Chick Harbert knocked off another favorite to lax and barged into Ute finals of the National Amateur professional Best Ball Golf tournament. The lauding mich., pro and Battle Creek mich., Amateur the tournament s Surprise team a took the last big St Rifle by whipping Ralph Guldahl the National open Champion and Morton Bright of Daytona Beach fla., 52 and i. The other finalists Denny Shute of xxx Esi Newton mass., Ami Bill Stark of Jacksonville had a bigger margin of safety. They scored i and 8 Over Jack Grout of Hershey pa., and May Nard Ramsey of Tampa Fin. Tomorrow s final like the matches today is Over the i Hole distance. A #1,000 Cheek awaits the pro member of the winning team and the losing Money player eau get a lot of Consolation out of a soon prize. Guldahl and Grout collected shoo Neh. Since they won the medal wednesday wit i a 17-under put for it Ltd holes staid and Harbert have advanced steadily at the expense of favored opponents. Iii the first two rounds they disused of the i ohm winners Frank Moore and Bobby Dun Kelberg cry and the 10 17 victors Henry Picard and Frank Ford. Stahl ran Down a 10-foot putt on lie 11ii Lade to put Tho Erdmier on the losers. He and in Stiert teamed Well Otic usually managing a Birdie or when the other had a lapse. E Cooper f Barrier i Spencer c l Cooper g Wright g Harris g Culler g i to o 2 Newman t to Byrd f 7 Clark f 3 Smith of 0 Dawson c 2 Spencer g 0 Weisner g Merritt a Moreh d g Klutz g f to 0 0 gorgeous George did some Plain and fancy passing with his left hand to prove that the title of triple threat really belonged to him. He angled looped fired and winged Bis heaves. To connected several times for Nice gains which partially indicated the latent Power of the air weapon possessed by the Ironton Ohio Flash. While gorgeous George was erasing the thought of Tipton a loss a gang of barrel chested linemen looking strangely like a gang of piano movers on a Holiday nullified Clemson s running attack. The big Blue line was a typical Duke line rough Tough and Tough. Big and fast the Forward Wall rounds out the finest squad Duke has seen since Wallace Wade grabbed a a a Cut a of the Gate and a fancy salary to desert Alabama. All of you that missed the trip to tile Hose bowl last year need not worry. Duke xviii by Buck out there next january i if going undefeated xviii earn them a bid. They Are going to be that Good. Oklahoma aggie win National title Lancaster a. March 14. A inv capturing three individual titles Oklahoma a. And Ai. Tonight clinched its third straight National collegiate w r s Ding championship before a crowd of 2,000 at Franklin and Marshall College. At the conclusion of the individual title bouts the aggie boasted 22 Points and Lehigh s Eastern champions were second were second with la. The engineers. However had no Chance of overcoming the aggie Lead in the Consolation bouts for second and third place that were to follow. Indiana big ten Champion entered the afternoon Semi finals w. 0. W. Expects stronger Diamond outfit this season at a dinner meeting Here last night to Holcombe was re elected manager of the Piedmont amp xxx. Xxx baseball team for the summer. The Xiv. I. Xiv. re organised its team for the year and it is a anted that a wealth of Good material will be available for the t Lull thin year. Last season the fraternal organization s nine experienced a successful season advancing to the play off in the local Amateur league. In an excellent position to dethrone the aggie. But while All five of the aggie Semi finalists were winning their bouts five of Indiana a six representing were eliminated to kill the hoosiers chances. Tout w score at half Auric la. Officiate Bright Cooper. 6 24 total la Adams Millis 14 6 28 Tri h p. C scorer summary a a Quot juniors Highland irs. Evans 5 2 12 k f to Reid 6 i 13 Whitt 3 i 7 Southern 2 0 4 Upton 2 0 4 Dennis 0 i i Pugh 3 i 7 Taylor 5 3 13 Walker 2 i 3 Haworth 3 i 7 Dor 4 i 9 totals 21 8 so totals 14 4 32 officials Barrow w. Smith. Nine game Grid menu for quakers Guilford College. March 18. A a Ltd the 1939 football schedule of Guilford College Calls for nine games four of which will be played on the local Gridiron according to information released Here today by coach Charles d. Smith. The team will engage five North state conference teams and will extend its slate into x Irginia for three other Gaines with the 9th scheduled with the Independent East Carolina teachers eleven the schedule september 23 William and Mary at Williamsburg. September 20 Xiv. C. T. C. At Guilford. October 7 Ashland a. October 14 at Farmville. October 21 cd Milford. October 27 Bury night. No vein Ber Kilstr Heads grand National steeplechase one among i Bree Irish bred horse favored Iii 1011 British Hun Friday by St of i v bus Ion aint ree England. March to. A Ltd a Britain Stop hatted racing correspondents decided today that one of Eluee a Rush bred horses Kilstr Workman and Royal Daniel will win the 101st grand National Steeple-1 Chase on Friday. Their prediction was made j with the usual apology that in i the past too years grand National favourites generally have swooned in berber s Brook. Nevertheless because some $8,-000.000 changes hands on this j fantastic four and a half mile j race predictions were demand j cd. And it is certainly True that i a better Case can be made for j these three than for any other. I Kilstr owned by Dorothy Paget is the la to 2 Choice while j Royal Daniel h c Mcnally s hopeful and Workman representative of sir Alex Mcguire a hold Down the Stroud spot at to to i. Royal Danieli Royal Daniels second by a nose to the american owned battleship last year returned to Tho first three after Victory at bal Doyle Ireland yesterday. There Are three american owned runners mrs. Camille a pans Royal mall Only former Winner in the race 1937mrs. Marion Scott sex a x Essel son of Man o xxx a and mis. Louis e. Stodda d s Milano which will be Ridden by her husband. Of these Only Royal mail is among the first ten favourites Aud the United states has Only an indirect claim on him. His owner the former Broadway follies Star Camille Clifford now is a British subject. Xxx a vessel is considered a Good outsider Al 33 to i simply because the British critics have More respect for the suns of Man of since the 40 to i battleship won Lam x cur g race in mrs. Scott s Silks. Randolph Macon at Hampden Sydney Xua at Lenoir Rhyne Catawba at Salis 4 High Point at Guilford Homecoming. November la e. C. T. C. At g Milford. November Boro. 30 Elon at greens bowl keep in trim a women keep Jour figures streamlined b o w l i a Man relax Ami exercise to keep fit anti win strength. B o w l ducks and ten pins Arcade Bowling alleys \ k c a ii k i moist Fenske Falls far Short in new mile record attempt Chicago. Mart h 18.�?</p a Harlem Chuck i Fenske former University of Wisconsin Star. Fell far Short of his own indoor mile record tonight in a special matched mile in the Armour tech relays negotiating the distance in four minutes 12.5 second. Mommies will sport new Blue Gray Road uniforms the Enterprise Bureau 8 Commerce Street phone 535 Thomasville March 18. A new Road uniforms have been ordered for the Thomasville mommies it. M. Cooksey Secretary treasurer of the club announced today. The uniforms have a Blue Gray background with a vertical Stripe of dark Blue. Effort is being made to get All the remaining unsigned contracts into the offices of the club As Tho training season will begin monday week. Princeton schedules Spring events with Duke and u. N. C. Princeton n. J., March 18. Up a Princeton University s three major Spring sports squads base Ball track and Crew will participate in 75 events this year. The schedules announced today by r. Kenneth Fairman graduate manager of athletic.-, includes baseball May 2. Duke. Track april 5, Duke at Durham s. North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Parks wrestles for runner up spot in nation special to the Enterprise la no Wier a. March in. A a i Bai to i Nruh High Point v a boy and Milton a kill member of the appalachian state teachers College wrestling team lot by full to i a Inklin and car Hall Ami i ii i vers it y of Minnesota wrestlers in the for to round of tin National intercollegiate mat tournament Lien last night. Poth Boone Ninati Icin will wrestle tonight in Consolation matches for second or third places. Parks will meet Mcdaniel of the Oklahoma aggie defending Champion. Mcdaniel i Holder of tin worlds National Amateur title. Tar Heel linesmen set for invasions Chapel Hill. March 18. Up it Dartmouth Boston College and Pennsylvania from the East and Western Reserve University from the Midwest will invade Chapel Hill to meet the University of North Carolina in feature matches of a none feet Golf schedule for the tar heels this Spring. The schedule april 4�?dartmouth at Chapel Hill. April 5 a Western resent University at Chapel Hill. April 7 a Boston College at Chapel Hill. April 8�?georgia tech at Chapel Hill. April to a Pennsylvania at Chapel Hill. April 13-15�? Southern inter collegiate at Athens a. April 19 Duke at Chapel Hill. April 21 a a make Forest at Chapel Hill. April 2 7 Davidson at Greensboro Sedgefield. April 28 a state meet at Greensboro May 6�?citadel at Pinehurst. May 6 Southern conference meet at Pinehurst. Devils have hands full in 26-20 Battle Mcfadden Abd George Mcafee overshadow males with Brilliant Backfield work Dinham. March 18.�? apr Duke and Clemson almost duplicated their last years Spring practice came in Duke stadium Here today the two teams scoring a total of seven touchdowns in a vide open spectacular engagement Xiv High the Blue devils captured 2620. Last year nine touchdowns were scored As Duke won 30-24. Banks met Fadden the lanky i athletic Star of Clemson who recently led the Tiger basketball team to the Southern conference Crown was the teams big noise. He Cut Loose on several Fine runs and kept the Blue devils in hot water with a running Forward pass that was amazingly accurate. A Hli punting be got off one that carried 55 Yards from the line of re rim Mage against the wind a j also was Brilliant. George Mcafee. Duke Quarter Back who last year scored four j of Dukes touchdowns against the to Geis scored three today checking out 60-Yards for the opening Marker of the game Early in the first period. His others were scored on Short Bucks of live and two Yards. He ran passed and punted Well. Passing Barb ale after Mcafee a Long run for the opening touchdown Mcfad Den started a passing barrage that ended in a five Yard toss to Shad Bryant for the score. Mcelveen added the extra Point and Clem n had 7-6 lean As Tony ruffs Dukes specialist had failed to convert after Mcafee Pointer to have ii per in need mile eleven Letterman report for first out tomorrow i Dames slated Vuu work eleven Letterman xviii be among those reporting to Mach a. Virgil vow at High Point College monday afternoon Xiv Hen 4 he Panther base Baller xviii he Jet the roil git the paces for tile first time Iii Only three first stringers have been lost from the 1938 outfit and vow will have a Veteran nucleus in the experienced men who xviii return for another year of the Diamond sport. The big guns of the last season s pitching staff returning Are Hal Yow Elmer Cashatt and Seymour Franklin. The panthers Are Well stocked in the Way of experienced infielders with Hugh Hampton Back again at first and Graham Armstrong. Burke Koontz i Glenn Towery and Hilliard Nance out for the first time to fight for j i the other three positions. In the i Outfield secret and ii Ner Are the Only two vets who will report. The steady Mickey Coch Rane will be the mainstay behind the hat again. The new unnamed College base Ball Field is not yet in tip top shape but after a few More Day of work the Diamond will be is condition for the years heavy work. The season s schedule As yet incomplete was announced be Keiday by coach Yow and lists 17 games for the panthers with the opener slated april i when the Spring. Mock Judson nine of Greensboro will be met there. The remainder of the schedule follows april 3�?lenoir-Rhyne there april 4 Catawba there apr 5�?ohio Wesleyan Here apr. 12�?Elon there april Al noir Rhyne Here april is Elon Here april 18�?Elon there april 24 a Catawba Here april 27�?Elon Here april 28. 29�?a. Cvc., Here May in Guilford there May 4 T. C. Here May 8�? Guilford Here May Iolli a T. C. Here. April 22 and May 6 As listed a open dates. There were no children born in january before the year 7# b. C. The month of january not exist until that time. Catamounts will tackle nine game Grid schedule Cullowhee. . March 18 i Ralph James athletic director at Western Carolina teachers College today announced an eight game schedule for his Catamount football team next fall. The schedule sept. 3o a Guilford at Guilford. Oct 7�?lenoir-Rhyne at Cullowhee. Ort. 14 appalachian at Boone get 21�?East Carolina teachers at Greenville. Oct. 28 Mars Hill at Cullowhee. Nov. 4 a open. Nov to Erskine at Cullowhee. Nov. 18�?Elon at Elon. Nov. 25�?High Point at Cullowhee. Out of every ton of Coal bought for Domestic use. One twentieth scapes unconsumed up the Chimney in Lac form of soot Etc Jaunt. Shortly after the second period opened Mcatee got away on a i 20-Yard punt return and then he and Jap Davis alternated in carrying the Ball to the Clemson five from where Mcafee went Over. Prothin converted for i Duke and the Blue devils led at 13-7. The tigers came right Back and Mcfadden fading far Hack lifted a pass 40-Yards to Bryant vim ran 15-Yards for the score. Mcelveen converted but Clem-1 son was holding and after the 15-Yard penalty his try failed. My Faddin again my fad Den put the tigers in position for their final touchdown when he sets ii around end 30 Yards on a Beautiful run. After a few line plays a Ness passed to Blalock 13 Yards for a score and Mcelveen concerted to Gie Clemson a 20-13 Lead the half. Mcafee started Duke Tow Ard its timing touchdown with a sensational 40 Yard punt return to the $0 from where lie and Roger Robinson alternated in carrying the Ball with Robinson going the final four Yards. Ruffa booted the extra Point to tie it up. Duke threatened two other times once going to lice four Yard Tine with first Down a Mcafee scoring the winning touchdown. Mcafee again did most of the tunning slipping away on a 20-Yard Jaunt that put the Ball in scoring distance and then alternating with Bokinsky to carry it to the one Yard line front where with Only 13 seconds remaining to carried it across. A a at Mazin. Sub tackle missed the extra Point. Track and vault records fall in Butler relays Indianapolis March 18.�? up1 Milt Padway of xxx Wisconsin cracked the worlds indoor pole vault record front a dirt runway in the Butler University indoor relays tonight with a towering leap of 14 feet five eighths Inch. The old Mark of 13 feet seven and three quarters inches was set by Tommy Varne of Northwestern in 1929. Almost at the same time de Smith of xxx Wisconsin equated the claimed world Mark for the 60-Yard High hurdles by taking that event in 7.4 seconds. It was the third time today he had accomplished the in word equal aug Leat. Monday March 20 tuesday March 21 wednesday March 22 enjoy the personal attention of an expert in the selection of color pattern and styling Best suited to your appearance. Choose from hundreds of new 1939 custom Quality woolens in Yard length samples to give a better idea of their Beauty. Fine tailoring at popular prices Canon Fetzer co

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