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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 23, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Thursday March 2 5. 1939the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Point North Carolina Page Umi to moves Over to Iamb us Boro fire on s5 too Hampton Moran Franklin Panther captains purse Friday Tehi Nijiu l o Rearer open football and pan her Captain i Al Iii addition a i Stox Salem. March i i lamp n j dont. Announced today plans construction of an addition Iii Plain of the Hanes Hoil Mills Bere. Return of w Aller Hagen and Dick Metz hailed play continues through sunday wit ii the North and South open virtually behind them the nations spectacular cavalcade of golfing brilliance moves on the Sedgefield course tomorrow morning for the opening 18 holes of the $5,Doo greater Greensboro open tournament. The caravan will play two 18-Hole rounds at Sedgefield Friday and saturday and will move to Star mount a rolling terrain for Lite gruelling climax�?36 Hole sunday. With virtually every big professional in the tufted states in pred including Walter Hagen regarded As one of the greatest competitors in the history of the game the annual spectacle is expected to be even More colourful than last year. Slamming Sammy Snead. White Sulphur Springs. W. Va., professional will defend his title which he won with a card of 271 last year. The West Virginia favorite opened up on the Sta a mount course in the 60 s and held Ute Pace through the meet. Mkt Bac k this year a Bevy of newcomers to the top ranks will be eyed for the fit St Lima As real threats to such names As Shute. Runyan. Snead. Saracen and company. E. J dutch Harrison Oak Park 111., to. The leading Money win nor of the Winter circuit Jimmy Veraart Houston tex., youngster who holds third spot for winning and Dirk mete whose return Golf Dom is celebrating w la All he seen in action. Metz is not exactly a grass Green youngster hut a couple of yearn ago Hrna near death from injuries received in an Auto a Dent injuries which were regarded As certain to keep him off Golf courses permanently but he recovered and has been jerking the shillings right out from under the noses of his fellow travellers no favourites have been picked but the bet Temh Are leaning toward Snead Craig Wood or Johnny Revolta who galled Snead in the Greensboro event last year. The roup will arrive in Greensboro tonight and play will got underway at s 30 of lock tomorrow Mot Ding. Fish Are biting Weh at High Point City Lake the w incr i the and of the High Point City a is Clearing and fish Are biting Well according to a sir Cmunt from Warden William r Hull the Lake will be closed to fishermen april i to May to because of the spawning season. It 1s expected that Many followers of Ike Walton will Avail themselves of the nine Day open season Between now Aud april i. By Patroon i Denny Shute tickets dope for g g. Open play in the Tammi greater Greensboro it Golf tournament will get underway tomorrow morning at m to of clock on the Valley Brook course at Wedgefield country club. Ticket for the of icing in it will Tell for saturday s ticket will go for 91.aft Aud Tiibi for the sunday Iso round will Well for 9i.n5, a or re a but my Junior Fanti it r of i vim Merer official stated till morning. Sundae the golfer will Hift Over to Star mount country flub for the final my Hole. Friday and saturday special at daggers 6-diam9n9 bridal sets. A Wagger jewelry company ii i v ii Point am Thomasville exhibition baseball today by the Attar lated fret at Baton Rouge be new York in a. Philadelphia a. At Loa Angelet Chicago n a Chicago a. At Clearwater. Ria Brooklyn n a. Cincinnati t n. At Bradenton Fla Boston a is. Boston n. At san Bernardino. Calif plot Burgh Niva Loa Angeles pc. At Harlingen. Tex Philadelphia n is Toledo a. At Lakeland. Fla Detroit a vast lout int san Benito. Tex by louts a is. Oklahoma City to. At St Petersburg Fla new York Ai is Newark it. At new Orleans Cleveland a is new orb Ana a. Yesterday s results at Baton Rouge Philadelphia a 7 new York n 5 to inning sat Tampa. Fla Boston a 3, Cincinnati n 0 at Bradenton Boston n 3. Detroit a 3. At by. Petersburg Brooklyn n a by. Louis n 4 at Daytona Beach Ria Washington 11ai 7 Minneapolis Iasi 3. At Haines City Fla new York a 14. Kansas City a 4. At Ontario. Calif toe Angeles pc 9. Chicago in at los Angeles. Chicago a 7 Pittsburgh in 4 a a a the world series of the baseball Aport world originated in 1903, when the Pittsburgh team Winner of Hie National league Pennant and the Horton red sox Winner of the american association Pennant were featured. A Quot red hot Quot special Friday and saturday Only Jam or marmalade set exactly As shown. Only one to a customer get yours Wagger jewelry company Point and Thomasville special at daggers Friday and saturday dependable. Guaranteed he Bros watches yellow Gold Small Dainty ladle a models or men s streamlined models $15 75 pay 75c Down 50c week Wagger jewelry company Point and Thomasville new Orleans tub thumping sugar bowl raising $550,000 to increase stadium capacity to 70,000 for annual game by Gayle Talbot new Orleans March 23, Al i find this town in tile Middle of a red hot drive to raise $t>50,000 for the purpose of increasing the capacity of Tula tie stadium to 70,000 for the next sugar bowl game. Wide canal Street i decked with big sign Yelling Quot buy sugar bowl Bond and sweeten Busine. Quot and a lot of the town top nun Are hustling around the warm pavement Selling the handsomely engraved debentures to each other. It look like they can t miss there already close to $350,000 in the pot and several of the perspiring team Captain assure me they will be ready to award the contract by this week end Well anyway before the month i out. Do khat Ai kid Mith Tulane stadium at present in a Horseshoe. All they need do to add 20,000 seat is fill in one end enclosing the Arena and lift the two Side a trifle higher. This can be done very neatly before next new years Day and then the Folk think they will be ready to give the Rose bowl a fit. The last sugar bowl Bat to Between Texas Christian and Carnegie tech turned customers away and the hotels begin to accommodate the visitors. They re going to take care of that too. The Pullman company j plans to establish several Quot Sleeper cities on the outskirts where the sugar bowl Folk feel they be got it All Over the Rose howl is their is eater flexibility in the Choice of teams. As Herbert Benson president of the mid Winter sports association Points out the Rose bowlers Are committed to using the team that wins the Pacific coast conference title whereas the locals Aren t committed to anything except bringing together the two Best elevens they can find. Got us Quot that a w Here we be got them Quot said Benson. Quot they can t count on the coast conference producing a real stand out team each season one Tim can be considered a real contender for the National championship. But they be got to use the nest they have. In their last game for instance i done to think there was any tremendous National intercut in Souther California hut everybody wanted to see How to c. Ii. Aud Carnegie would stack up. We had the better game. Quot from Here on with this big seating capacity we can offer them As Good or better proposition financially too. We will offer each team we pick 3 7 1-2 per cent of the receipts and that will run into Nice Bobby anti Virginia . A Gwendolyn Doris Mcdan . Gymnastic meet Chapel Hill March 23. A up a or. R. B. Lawson committee chairman said today that North Carolina Duke and Davidson would compete for the Caro Linas Mac. Gymnastics Pion ship Here april 14. Cham Honor Roll released by Randleman High special to the Enterprise a Randleman. March 23. A eleven Randleman High school pupils made record of All Quot a Quot for the sixth month of school ending March 15. And 99 made the Quot a Quot i or Roll according to records i i ased by the school. The Honor Roll follows Quot a Honor Roll a third Grade a Betsy Dean Jean Hall. Louise Pickard. Betty Jean Vainer. Seventh Grade b Paul Tatum,1 i Worley Way. Eighth Grade Caudle. Ninth Grade a i Louise Garner. Tenth Grade tem Tieton. Eleventh Grade Lei. Quot by Honor Roll first Grade r Bynum Adams Dewey Hardin Billy Henson Arkansas Lamb. First Grade a Van Rich. Georgia Ann Allred Elizabeth flinch up Selte Lamb Betty Frances Robbins Elizabeth Redding. Mary Ann Highfill Margaret Olith. Clarence Smith. Second Grade a Barbara Cochran Brownie. Dawkins Mary Milliken Frankie Parrish Louise Spence. Nancy Varner to Wright. Third Grade b Sanford Hurley Edwin Jackson. Third Glade a Elvin Parrish j fourth Grade b Charles Brownback Hedgecock. George Vuurman non Jesse Ward. Arthur Wright. Fourth Grade a Ann Talley Betty Lou Robbins Edith Ann Sulker Emily Fields Connie Hardin. Bruce Kirkman. Fifth Grade a Norma Jean Toomes Rachel Talley. David Cochran Haywood Hamilton Colon Brady Mary Lee Allred. Anne Beck Catherine Fields. Margaret Frazier Doris Wood Susan Heath. Sixth Grade a Marie Garner Lois Harrison Blanche Julian Jean Marie Stout. Seventh Grade b Robert John son. Seventh Grade a Blanche Kennedy. Doris Hancock. Margaret Robbins Agnes Kye. George Fox Ralph Trogdon Millie Small. An die Marie Trogdon Mildred Fraz-1 Ier. Jacquelin Parsons. Eighth Grade b Worth col-1 Trace Kermit Farlow Paul Rich unison Ruby Allred Frances Lof i in. Eighth Grade a Billy Joe Lamb Millard Hardin Evelyn Snyder Katherine Frazier Alane Small. Eloise Whitesell Rosa Jane Casha Joan Dean. Ninth Grade a Phillip Farlow Jane Ann croup Leta Gold Ham Uton Orelia Spencer Vernon Boling. Tenth Grade b Bill Shirley tenth Grade a Frances Helms Leey Allen Curtis Mary Louise Talley Wiley Biles Hazel muh a Kan William White Grace Graves Alice Ruth Kirkman Nellie Redding Lena Kidd Howard Hon saw. Eleventh Grade Gladys Trogdon. Doris Pugh Wilma Taylor. Hazel Owens Evelyn Hinshaw Geraldine Farlow Mesa Julian Winnie Hayes Dorothy Mcdaniel. New Orleans Cotton new Orleans. March 23- of a Cotton futures opened steady at net Advance of i to 3 Points Prev. Close open May. Us 8 29 july. Sos 8 08 october. 7 70 7.71 december. 7 84 7 64b january. 7 62b 762b March. 7 67b 7.67b May. New. 7 68b 7 68b by old. New York Cotton new York. March 23�? apr Cotton future opened unchanged to 2 higher on moderate Trade buying and some purchases by new Orleans and local offering came from Liverpool and spot houses. Prev. Close open May. 8 17 8 18 july. 7 96 7 97 october. 7 59 7 61 december. 7 54 7 34 january. 7 53ii 7 53 a nominal. Cage captains Are elected i Moran Ami Franklin head Grinders while Hugh Hampton to Lead gamers by Marse Grant a pair of flank men heading the Krill squad and an extra Ordinary Center lending the j Bas Kettern in defense of two major titles there you have i the captaincy setup of the two. Major sports at High Point College next year As it was announced today. Ends Jack Moran and Seymour Franklin of Freeport n. A will i be co captains of the football eleven and Center Hugh Hamp ton of Rutherfordton n. C., will Climax his four years of Brilliant court play by leading the 1939-�?T40 cagers. The naming of Franklin As co i Captain Marks the second Occa Sion in that capacity for him Ashr he str Hugh Hampton for tile past he served with Caleb last fall. After his freshman year at Alfred . University Franklin came to High Point College in 1937, where he broke into the starting eleven and continued there the past season a senior next year the 170-lb. Long islander also plays baseball and basketball. Meeting the opposing Captain prior to each contest with Franklin next fall will be a fellow the High Point College Haket Mil team was elected Captain of the agers for the next season by his mates at a meeting today. Baptism for five on Quot death Row Quot townsman husky Jack Moran i apr a wooden tub was carried to who was called by Many the Best Quot death Row Quot at the stat Penl end in the conference last year. I tent Lary today and preachers went the Blond Freeport aggres-1 Dong to baptize five of the six Aliene has meant the difference j men on towed to die tomorrow in Victory and defeat for the pan-1for the Quot laying of guard Captain thers Grid Ster several times Dur in 0un Sanders in an attempt to lug his two year sojourn on the480�?T december 1 2, 1937. Team George Wingard. 19, of Ward on the basketball quintet. It a no Surprise that Hugh Hampton was chosen for the Cage Honor. Three years of service such As he rendered Merit the recognition. Hampton reached his Peak in the season just passed Topping All scoring in the conference with almost 300 Points thus earning a berth on the All Star j a five of the Loop and gaining the soccer which sport he served As p on same . Pick included also athletic Currie urn of Hami Garden tools at unusual savings buy now a Fine Quality priced y within reach of everyone steel Lawn comb Kine temper Quality i my Walter at the Mike Washington March 22. A Walter Johnson former senator pitching great will broadcast All Washington a Horn games this j season for a Washington radio station. The Only two known specimens of the giant weeping Redwood tree j Are tooled in the state of California. Sweeps Winner Mapel Hill March 22. A Yip l. E. Jones 58. A hardware store manager said today he had won too pounds Sterling about $600 in the Irish Hospital grand National sweepstakes. Long handle round Point Columbia s. C., March 23. K. Phillips said two others also would undergo the rites but he did not name them. The other condemned men Are Herbert Moorman 42, of Detroit mich., Clayton crans. 29. Of Rochester n. Y., and William b. Woods alias Gentry. Bodies of Wingard Salties and Blair will be claimed by relatives. The Carolinas student coach and baseball hold the j ing Down the first sack for the Panther base Baller. We Iti. 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