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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 19, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Sunday March 19. 1939tue High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of High Point. North Carolina Page seven Sec. A june Neon of Ivreco Furman coaching so takes fifth. San Hills Challenge cd Bayfield Job faction fighter would be his y Rumor states maybe the grass looks Greener a a a a Bison Mentor sought a Mina mater wording to report on visit to Baptist Campus by Furman bisher a Rumor was afloat Here today to the effect that june Scott in his first year As head football and baseball coach at High Point High school bad been extended an offer to return to Bis Alma mater Furman University in Greenville s. C., in the capacity of Backfield coach. Coach Scott was out of town yesterday a and has been away since Friday and could not be contacted for a statement. An informed source stated he and my Scott a native of Greenville had accompanied several football players from Piedmont High schools on a visit to the Furman Campus. No terms of the offer reportedly made by coach a. P. Quot Dilly a Mcleod athletic director at the South Carolina Baptist institution could be Learned but it was ventured that the former purple Hurt Cape Captain and member of the South Carolina All state Grid team for three years was being offered the spot now held by Backfield coach Quot goofy Bowyer a Florida graduate. It is known that Mcleod a called Scott the Quot most polished and Well versed Hack to leave his school in years. Scott came to High Point last fall to guide the destinies of a questionable Bison football squad. His aggregation went through the year with a record of five wins and four losses. One of the lightest teams in the top division of the state High schools his club registered among its achievements the Only loss charged against Charlotte High in the Western conference. Scott a native of i Lakeview s. C., graduated from Furman last june after earning six letters Between the Gridiron and the baseball Field. He came to the purple Hurricane from one of the strongest High school teams in Palmetto state history and blossomed into one of the Best Baks in the state s history according to contemporaries in South Carolina. His Brilliant record As a member of the Hurricane Backfield merited a position on the All state outfit for three straight year. His senior year he was elected co Captain of the Furman team. Scott waa just another baseball candidate when he went out for the team his Sophomore year but be became regular Center fielder on dizzy Mcl eods club and won three letters for hts work and averaged Well Over .300 during his three years on the team. The former Furman Flash succeeded Harry Bolick. A former presbyterian College athlete when he came to High Point last fall. He changed the Bison offensive attack and turned to the modified Warner system taught him by the Furman Grid master. His work was highly praised throughout North Carolina sport circles. To june Scott the High Point High school Grid and a chill Mentor. Anyway Rumor a the former t Inman i it verify Star returning to his Alma mater As Backfield coach. Here he is above in War togs in ids prime at the Baptist Minooi. St a amp Ama to try by Furman bisher the organs of taste of a Butterfly Are in its legs. An old mans league huh Irving Vaughn a Chicago correspondent covering the activities of the White sox on the Pacific Conal is guilty of slander in the first degree. The transient journalist in this week s Issue it the sporting news commenting on the departure of Veteran Luke Sewell Catcher to Brooklyn said that the old alabamian had a hit the old folks Trail to tile National now sir Irving has even. Taken upon himself to outdo tile judgment of old Connie Mack who himself said Quot there goes the top notch receiver in the american i of course or. Mcgillicudy was referring to receiving alone that is the Art of working pitchers throwing and general craftsmanship behind the Platter. Of or mainly theve Are a lot of old a i sex american leagues in the pen Lur family but from some of that the Best Price for Fine shoes a when you get that new pair of sport shoes come in and see our new Jarman styles and save those extra dollars we have a style you la like in these Fine shoes a at the Best Price for Fine shoes am. Sho Stop Mim >5 to to Mott Stylet opinion expressed the nearsighted Junior owners have just made slip ups in judgment in allowing the oldsters to slip from their grasp. Of you look at the Comuskey sox roster you la also find a number of duffers with National league experience and the prize is George rents a 35-year-old Catcher groomed to take Over sewn. He is an sex Philly and was released when the Quaker team was a much a cellar team As now. A no a 11 ii pm it Thompson an outfielder. Is an eve Boston Bee. Ile was waived out of the National Drew it because he could t hit for Hie .155 1 bees. Mike Bree Villi an sex cub is a prize american league outfielder. Art herring a Quot Star a sox Rookie Sii years old is a former Brooklyn bust and another of the same Type vie frasier is Pitcher was Jit declared unwanted after in toggle by the bees last year. Of to make matters worse the clubs these sox left in the National league were All charter members of the second division. Besides that the average age of the White is 28, and that includes among All Ted Lyons 41, still a winning hurler in the american league. That an example of the a Young Man s Trail a the Chicago Avite sox. Posh an Home these lassies have 600d rec0rd takes fall in Pinehurst run Mellon horse romps Home Winner by four lengths Over bungee boy Pinehurst March 18. Map a faction fighter Paul Mellon a jumper with gentle Jinan rider s. Water up won the san Hills Challenge cup three Miles Over Timber today in the fifth renewal of the Isan Hills steeplechase meeting. Two riders were thrown As i their horses failed to Clear the i Timber but three of the Field of five finished. Two two favourites mrs. Frank m. Gould s postman Home with Willie Jones up and faction fighter were taking a jump neck and neck when postman Home fell. Faction fighter won by four lengths. Bungee boy from the Geoffrey Laing stables at Southern Pines and Little Mountain owned by mrs. Stewart Spilman of the Plains finished Strong in second and third positions. Captain Bill another Laing entry with Sandy Baldwin up took the Lead but fell at the second Timber. Bungee boy Riden by m. T. Mayo Pinehurst artist cleared the hurdles better than any horse in the race. Faction fighters time was 7 3 3-5. Summaries of the Pinehurst steeplechase meeting Here today follow first race the Catawba three year Olds and up one and a half Miles Over hurdles. $300 purse won by masked Knight Ridden by owner H. Bostwick. Aiken s. Second Aylward mrs. J. Clark new York Mcgee third notion mrs. Reginal Sinclair Kansas City mo., w. Hav Hurst also ran. Carless Knight Walter t. Northgrove Toronto ont., e. Kennedy time 1 56 3-8. Second race Croatan steeplechase four year Olds and up two Miles Over Brush $300 purse won by Sailor s knot. Mrs. Marion Dupont Scott. Camden s. C., w. Jones second Jolie Knight Rufus Finch new York e. Russell third. Kings Parade. Paul Mellon. Pittsburgh g Gib. Six conference opponents two of son also ran. Pm Pius. G. Ii. Which will be met Here in night Bostwick p. Smiley stirman contests. The Elon christians mrs. F. B. Wilmshurst red Hank. J pry the lid off the season when a j., e. Jennings. Time 4 36 2-5. They come Here on september 22 third race. San Hills Challenge to Battle the panthers. Other cup. Four year old and up. Three Loop foes included on the card Miles Over Timber. $300 purse Jar Lenoir Khyne. Catawba a won by faction fighter Paul a Blachian Guilford and Western Mellon Pittsburgh s. Watter Carolina teachers College second bungee Boyd g. A. The Only newcomer on the Laing Amis Hville va., m. T. Panther opponent list is of Mayo third Little Mountain Ford ollege of Spartanburg s. a Randleman Hiigli school girl shown Alai pc have an excellent recoil. They have won 22 out of a Iii games played. The Randleman lassies scored Points to their option ends to Strider is High scorer for the team with 505 mints Reading from left to right they Are Wilma Taylor. Minnie Moon Fern Strider with Hail Betsy Dobson Mary Louise Talley. Second Row Louise Heath Borts Mcdaniel Dorothy Mcdaniel and it nth Ellen Gross and coach Nita Garrett. A anthers la. Heavy slate Wofford �?�19 Grid card six conference foes listed on i la a me schedule most strenuous since reinstatement the most Arenous schedule since football was reinstated at High Point College faces the Panther girl Smeu next fall at they tangle with to foes on consecutive week ends with no open dates on the card. The 103 schedule was released yesterday by athletic director a Virgil Yow headlining the Tough slate Are b. T. U. Officers Complete successful two Day state conference at Asheboro or. Flay Hudson delivers outstanding address at Friday session a Cia i Nice I 18. Ask to see our Jarm in style charts As advertised in Esquire Magazine. They Abow you Quot which shoes to Wear with Hob North main Street major league exhibitions at Ontario Calif score by innings r h i Chicago a 020 121 300�? 9 14 3 los Angeles. 400 too 45x�?13 15 i herring Dobernic. Dietrich and Rensa Tresh Berry Tebe Stefani and Collins Sueme. At los Angeles score by innings Rob. Pittsburgh in. 030 Ooi 110�?6 la 2 Chicago no. 510 012 oox�?8 to 3 Tobin Bauers Brown and Mueller Berros Root Russell and Mancuso Baker. Durham High takes win o ver East Cun for tule Derham my Atli a pjs a Durham High school unbeaten in i coir a Cut Lve starts Annex tin title in tin first annual Duke Durham invitational Basket a All tournament Here tonight by trouncing the Eastern High file of Washington in c., i to in. Or. Stewart Spilman the Plains va., m. Macy also ran. Postman Home mrs. Frank m. Gould. New York Willie Jones Captain Bui g. A. Laing a. A. Baldwin. Time 7 3 3-6. Fourth race the Yadkin steeplechase. Handicap for four year Olds Ami up. Two and a half Miles Over Brush $1,000 purse won by seafaring Dan Ewart Johnson Boyce va., e. T. Russell second. Silver High mrs. Marlon Dupont Scott. E Jennings third. By the sword. Mrs. M. B. Metcalf. Jr., Providence r. I., r. Woo fee also ran. Torchee Walter t. Not grave Toronto ont. E. Kennedy. Time 5 31. Fifth race. The Midland three years old and up. One and a Quarter mile on the Flat. Purse $300 a won by Enterprise Paul Mellon a Magee second free. P. S. P. Randolph Pinehurst e. Kennedy third Bela veme Richard Floyd new York w. Leonard also ran. Metier Brook mrs. Reginald sinclaire. W. Hayhurst land of Rheims miss Rosemary Byrne new York p. Pyrite Devil dancer or. N. T. Mayo Southern Pines n. T. Mayo autumn s Breeze 2nd, E. Ryan Camden s. C., Hibson Lynx Eye g. A Laing a a. Russell West Haddon. G. H. Bostwick owner and rider. Time 2 22. Which plays the local forces on the Palmetto lot october 28. Next season will inaugurate a new policy in athletics at the South Carolina school and the panthers will find a formidable opponent in their new addition. William and Mary and Emory and Henry Virginia teams on last Falls schedule will be my again next season both coining to High Point to Battle the purple and White charges on the Millis stadium ground. The Complete schedule follows a september 22�?elon at High Point. A september 29�?ijcnoir-Rhyne at Hickory. October 7�?catawba at Salisbury. A october 13 a William and Mary at High Point. A october 20 a a appalachian at High Point. October 28�?wofford at Spartanburg. A november 3 a a Guilford at Greensboro. A november to a Emory and Henry at High Point. November 18 a a. T. At Greenville. November 25�?w. T. At Cullowhee. A denotes night games Deboro March Quot a completely in inst was the Way or. Rooks or Secretary Slat Baptist training cd scribed the conference of tonal officers and work Here thursday and Frida past week the conference came to Friday afternoon with Over 400 persons having registered. These included Baptist training leaders from All Over the state and a number of specialists in the various Fields from Nashville term., and other out of site places. Or Clay i. Hudson made an outstanding address Friday morning a Spe a yes soul Nathan of t he on. De Istonia is held of the a close bulletin special to the Enterprise pm i la Delph i a March Jim Waller Ami to i i born of w Ake Forest xxx Ere unanimous Choice on til sports writers Alln. A. A. Basket Hall team at for Varil Anil Center in selections made Herr tonight at tin conclusion of the Eastern division tournament. I he team reads Waller Wake Forest Hull Ohio state for Mani of Xci Wake Forest renter Nugent Villa Nova Baker. Ohio state guard. Wake Forest xxx As eliminated from the meet in the first round by Ohio stale. On Quot adults Lead the March or. Hudson Quot although someone a the race moves Forward on t of Little children i no of the Ion that n is the adults win Forward taking their r said said e feet Opin move i id t in Newark Coster reveals Yankees like collegians Newark. March 19 a Nea a twelve of the 2&Quot players listed on the Newark bears roster Are former College stars indicating the Yankee farm system finds the campuses a great source of Talent Supply. George Barley Pitcher is from Duke Marcus Beddington another hurler is from Mississippi and Catcher Tony Dephillips hails from Fordham. From City College of York comes Pitcher Lou John Bittner Pitcher is Brooklyn College Levy first baseman is from Rollins College outfielder Herman Blackwell played for Alabama Claude Corbitt another Duke Grad is an infielder Hitcher Norman Branch once played for Texas Pitcher Steve Peck graduated from St. Lawrence University Southpaw Marius Russo attended both Brooklyn College and Long Island University and buddy Blair shortstop went to Louisiana state. New Hale. From health Board will sponsor syphilis school at Duke Durham March 18.�?up a a Post graduate course on the management of syphilis will be conducted at Duke University next weekend under sponsorship of the state Board of health and the University. Some of the nations authorities on the disease and its control will be among the speakers. Members of the medical profession throughout this Section Are expected for the two Day course which xviii open Friday morning and continue until noon saturday. With them who Forward the interests of the mrs. Aurora Shumate who has and who is now preparing a Story written several books for children. Hour manual for the folks Union spoke on Quot making adequate provisions for Aubrey Hearn in speaking on the subject Quot Southern Baptist you Are Loyal a reviewed editorial comment on the moral condition of the Young people of today. He concluded that the Young people Are faced with More temptations but. He said they Are developing Strong characters and a serious attitude towards life and a deepening spiritual interest. Rev. Nathan Brooks struck a note of optimism in his talk Quot we will go on a telling of the increase in the number of training units and of the plans for the future of the units. Rev. Brooks also expressed the appreciation of All those gathered for the hospitality of the Asheboro churches. Crease of Revenue should flow from adoption of such a meanwhile efforts to energize business gained momentum at the Capitol. A group of Congress members who had introduced separate Bills directed at liberalizing credit for Small and new businesses were reported to have agreed on consolidation of their proposals. Chairman William o. Douglas of the securities commission a younger member of the monopoly investigating committee recently told the Congress members that if they would unify their various proposals a full Public hearing could be Given the matter. Senators Logan stand Mead i n a and represent Tive Allen d., a were report to have agreed to the suggestion. Something to be mine Logan said he believed the Best program probably would involve government insurance of Loans to business and Industry by existing banking facilities. He added that a the pressure is so great i expect there will be something done at this Ilia Load ii i a Iii is by the associated press cards Demi Damus St. Petersburg Fla. My the St. Louis als pounded bump Hadley four runs in the first inning collected three More in the or off Joe Beggs to defeat the York Yankees 7 to 6 today. Joe Gordon hit for the Cir to Start the yanks scoring in fifth and the world Champ tied the count briefly in the tenth when Bill Knickerboc tripled off Bill Mcgee with on then scored on Charley 19 Eros infield out. Score by innings a new York a too 010 302�? 6 St. Louis n400 too 03x�? 7 Hadley Beggs 6> and Ross Man Mcgee 6 and Bremer. Wied indians lobe new Orleans. March i pm four Cleveland Pitcher sued seven bases on balls hit batsman made two wild pit it and allowed 14 hits today As indians dropped a wild Gam the Philadelphia athletics 18 in an exhibition Between american league club. Five a a pitchers gave out hits hut weren tas free with to passes. Score by innings. R Philadelphia Ai 018 333 000-1 Cleveland Al 352 010 020�?13 Gumpert. D. Smith. Reninger pen and Hayes Humphries. I. Suche Zuber and Pytlak. Hemsle i \ n i s Mil i of i h it a \. I Baton Rouge la. March a up the new York tis varsity pitching staff gave Jersey City farmhands a in in major league hurling to and won a 4 to to shutout on hits. Score by innings r t Jersey City int too too oooo 0 new York in too Oil to a 4 Brinard. Kohlman 4. Anderson and Sheehan Aragon 7 gun i a legs Padden 7 buies in bib irm san Antonio tex., i j 18.�? Pic for the fifth Start time this Spring the St. L Browns took the measure of j Philadelphia nationals today. I a tier a a Homer with two or 1 the fourth inning accounting a 3 to i Victory score by inning r Philadelphia Ltd it too 010 too i St louts a too 300 Fox 3 Henry Beck t5 and Atwood Trotter 5 and Sullivan Spunde jeepers creepers theme it Evans Orlando Fla harsh in Roberto Ortiz 21-year j right handed Pitcher from cd helped tile Washington san to a 4 to 3 Victory Over i today. In the senator a opening i of the exhibition season Rookie pitched three unless witless innings hit safely t and scored the tying and win runs. Score by innings a Detroit a too 030 oooo 4 Washington Ai too 200 in in 4 Hutchinson Liae stat and Tebbi Parsons car Racquet. Haynes or Ltd Ferrell. Giuliani. Sox whip Beds. 5-1 a it a Sot a f a mar ii Pic Jim Bagby held the h hitting Cincinnati reds to run in the five innings he p today As the Boston lied came from behind to sin 5 to two other red sox a my aided the Case Foxx by Del out a triple and a single that t runners and Tabor by Star a great double play that Italy potential reds rally. Score by innings r Cincinnati n Boston Adavis waiters Gas House Bagby 021 too Ioos 4 la 002 021 Fox a 5 6 and 5j and Docsa California has an Oak tree with a Geyser spouting from its roots. From birth to maturity human body increases its Hei three times the upper limbs f times and the lower limbs of times. Serv it is at Rankin memorial Rankin memorial methodist protestant Church sunday school at 9 45, A. Lee superintendent. Breaching services at la and 7 30 by the pastor Rev. Edward suits. Christian Endeavor meeting at 6 30. Prayer meeting wednesday evening at 7 30. Place for prayer meeting to be announced. Steel Mills use saplings to stir molten Metal and to reduce the amount of Carbon in the steel. The worlds largest piano accordion. A German product has i a Range of 1328 notes. Of Says tax Cut would boost Revenue business w orly a supports realistic program of tax revision Washington March Al a the a Hauber of Commerce of the United states pre i dieted today that the Federal government would take in More Revenue if it lowered its income tax rate. Such a lowering of rates the i chamber said in its periodical re j View of business should be a combined with proper methods of applying them to reach real income a taking cognizance of discussions in congressional and administration quarters concerning re to of tax deterrents to business expansion Hie chamber said would be supported Quot business will heartily support a realistic program of tax revision that is developed with first Atten-1 Tion to recovery. Increase not Tom Walker co. Tailor makers of clothes that fit and satisfy featuring the fit Mons s. Stein and company woolens. Style lines Are modelled to your personality. Every suit Cut baited Ami fitted during the making and hand tailored for you at prices that cannot he duplicated in this Section. Come and see a no obligations phone 8205, Greensboro. We will gladly have representative Call on you if desired 101 w. Market St. A Greensboro n. Phone 8205 r

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