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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 29, 1939, High Point, North Carolina To it or it in or Roll i Jiu amp a in 4 a a so a it a Swan to tile by a a Urman bisher Dykes Blattie ibis Aktor Ilia Ais Kin wreck Whitt Spring snuck Iii and almost knocked us Over Afore we knew it Arni Over a week has drizzled by since the budding season got Here. And All that time i really did t realize that baseball had been crowned King again for another six months or thereabouts. The releases kept pouring in from Florida and the High kicking pitchers kept posing for the picture takers. It was an oversight but now it s time to get Down to this baseball business seriously. The big by liners who have been trooping through the Sunshine Camps Aud have seen the 16 teams from Stem to Stern have Well nigh chosen the Cincinnati lied and the Mccarthy Yankees to tie up in the world series next october. Of bul personally a Anil this does t mean a darn tiling a i have a feeling that if tile Yankees Are to lie storied before the Kame become a pro historic amusement it will happen this it ear. And personally aaa in. I think Jin Cronin a Bill sox have the thing to do it with. That a things is a mixture of spirit youth Power and a smattering of brains. O. Tho red sox have just that and throw in the added Roo a attractions. Ted Williams and Jim Tabor it looks like you have a first class challenger. I ast Winter Cronin took Denny Gatehouse from Cleveland and Kiden Auker from Detroit. Gale House has never Rome through with a season record that fits his appearance on the Mound and while Auker did do himself proud there for a Short while he fell in a rut last year Aud just Wasny table to dig himself out. At that he won la and lost to but that 5.24 earned run average ainu to quite Classy. A a to Well in those two deals cumin sent away a couple of lads who Are greying around Hie temples. Messes. Higgins and Chapman. Chapmans still Spry Arith the temperament hut somehow even with a tin Hatting average he did no to pm to in Cronin a one desire. Higgins did no to look so Good either xxx Hen the hox saw the tigers Litcher Auker Over tile of Trade. Thus Higgins Iii Quot league lamp by the associated press Oil Mosk Thi is today Sarasota answer to the biggest question about the Boston red sox Pennant chances a Lely Graves Arm a May be mad by dusk tonight. Grove is to ire cello his first real test against the Cincinnati reds. Pitching word i is Dik san Francisco die tray norms Pittsburgh pitchers still Are his chief worry. Russ Hauers is 2t� pounds overweight and by Blanton and Bill so gift Haven t Bern impressive in their workouts. So far Lim Tobin looks like the pirates Best and Ken Heintzelman May Earth a starting Job. Wave Board went. That a where Williams a .360 hitter in the american association and Tabor a .316 hitter for the sox in a few games and a mighty Sweet looking fielder fit in Williams for Chapman. Tabor for Higgins. And Cronin its a and literally bubbles Over while Watt Hing those a fall american Quot huskies go through their workouts. Now it s up to Gas House and Auker to produce on the Mound and they both have the goods and the yanks will have an unsettled season. Pii do the red sox around the Horn so you get to prety fair idea of what to Export. There Jimmy Kox at first. Hobby Dover they think he a a million Dollar baby in Boston Ai second Tabor at third and manager Cronin at Short there a Williams in left Field hog Cramer Iii Center and Joe a Osnik in right there an Gene Desautels Johnny Peacock he a slugger and Wise old nine Berg in Hind the lint. Tile sox also tag onto Fabian Gaffke a heavy hitting american association product they re making a Catcher oui of. He a a Hustler a who a then on the firing line there Are Auker Gatehouse Jim hag by hell win 20 games this year Frits Ovstei Mueller Ole Man most Grove Jack Wilson Emerson Hickman and rookies Charley Wagner and Woodrow Rich a v Aldose boy. You see there ainu to no flies on this Roxton outfit and t believe they will look As Good on grass As they do on paper. What do you think unique contest announced Here award of an air conditioned ice refrigerator in a unique Jig Law Puzzle was announced today by Central ice delivery company. The contest which opens today. La open to All adults except employees of the company and member of their families. On display at the company s display room. By West Broad Street is a Jig saw Puzzle of an air conditioned ice refrigerator Complete except for one piece. Pieces of the Puzzle Xxiii be distributed by the company a Drivers and the person who Lias tile piece that tits into the one space left in the Puzzle at the display room will win the refrigerator. Those who receive pieces which Are being distributed in envelopes Are invited to visit the company a display room to ice whether the piece they have received is the missing part of the Puzzle hospitals get funds from Duke endowment High Point hospitals yesterday revived Grants totalling $4.sts from the Duke endowment As trustees met to apportion $959,-724.81 for 109 hospitals Aud 4.1 orphanages in the two Carolinas. 1 Burma memorial Hospital received $3,353, while Guilford general received $1,525. The Grant for the City memorial Hospital in Thomasville was $2,122 for the Davidson in Lexington. $534, and the Randolph in Asheboro $3,31 t. The methodist protestant Chil Irene a Home in High Point reached $2,220.56 and the Baptist orphanage of North Ca Olina in Thomasville received $10,003.31. Local boy min Kos Good Clearwater Fla. A when the Brooklyn dodgers picked up Ray Hayworth at the waiver Price they apparently picked up a lot of base hits for Dolph Cainelli. Too. Camilli who hit Only .251 last season has been using the Hayworth Model hat this Spring and getting plenty of blows. Colli by a dodger Lake a Harler Phila Ilei it him athletic not Only wit hit discouraged after the 20-9 Licking from Tho next Orleans pelicans to which they contributed six error them selves hut they re to ginning to wonder Nixon Bill Nagel their Rookie third laconian. Not nth l made Throe of the misplay hut he also slammed out the a a Only Homer of the Day. Another of a Otie of stories a from Tho training rum a. By John Bakem aka service so Vecial t correspondent Pasadena. Calif., March 29. Jimmy Dykes the Man with the Cigar who earns his living As manager of the Chicago White sox Isnit putting himself on the spot this year. The Pale Hose a1 shot by injuries. Limped in sixth last sea on and Dykes Isnit sure do better in this race. A new York the red sox Cleveland and Detroit Are still in the league and it will take a lot of Ball playing to push them out of the first division a Dykes pointed out. A Titi be satisfied if we eau break in there the club is in better shape generally than it was a year ago at this Tim but the misfortune of Monty Sra on. Who los a leg when blood poisoning followed a gunshot wound and absence of Jackie Hayes recuperating from a knee operation leave a couple of Tough spots to fill. Pitchers Are the no. I worry but the catching situation is no less a problem. Replacing Sewell Job Dykes is having trouble replacing Luke Sewell the regular receiver who was sold to Brooklyn. George Henna who caught 57 games last season and hit .248 appears to have first Call. Norman Schlueter Mike Tresh and Ken is i Vest of Are after the other two berths with Schlueter the less Likely to succeed. Sil vestry came up from St. Paul and a been doing a Nice Job in training. Veterans John Whitehead. Thornton Lee Bill Dietrich and John Rogney none of whom won More than 13 games last year will get most of the starting pitching assignments. Vie Frazier up from St. Paul where he won 17 and dropped 7, will be lost for some time As a result of a skill fracture received when he i was hit by a thrown Ball. Dietrich turned up with an jailing Arm year and went Ion the voluntary retirement list but looks like the goods again. Ageing Ted Lyons will Start a fair share of games but he need3 lots of rest Between assignment. Clint Brown troubled with a bad wrist Laet year got his hand in the Way of a pitched Hall in an Early season game hut came out of it Okay and will handle the Relief Burden. John Knott with the club last a a or 1 a sports lion my ii a but Eddie Chi Etz new York. March 29.�? yep it a if Henry Armstrong whips Davey Day Friday night it will be his 45th in a Row. Headline a today is Jack Roper s Natal Day. Change one letter and you la have your april 18 headline All set up. Winter Haven flu., which entertained the Phillies so Long wants to look at a big league club for a change and Lias weighed in with an invite to the giants in 19 10. Jess Willard and Luis Angel fir to May team up for an exhibition tour of South America. The tigers admit they be Given up Hope of getting Earl Averill from the indians. The other night the Tampa citizenry entertained the reds at a dinner. Everything went off Fine until mayor Chancy got his signals crossed and twice referred to general manager Warren c. Giles As a Larry George Rensa a _ Obi i % Farr in. I a a Quot Joe Wuhrl jew Dobernick reason and Art herring another i going to Jess Dobernick George St Paul graduate Are certain to i lick or Thomas Fleming a be carried with the tenth spot pretty sad lot. Luke Appling Mcnair to fill in for in i bad Hayek the infield lines up with Marvin Owen at third Luke Appling Short Erie Mcnair second and Joe Kuhel on the initial a acky All in All a pretty fair Bunch. Hayes will replace Mcnair if and when his knee heals. Dykes the Handy Man himself and either Al Bejma or Mere Connors will handle the Utility roles. Bejma will probably stay. As Connors can be let out for another year. The Outfield is set with Hank Steinbacher taking care of the right Field Garden Mike Kreevich in Center and rip Radcliff in left. Steinbacher hit .331 last year to Lead the club and beat out Gerald Walker who along with John Rosenthal will he carried a Utility men. Rupert Thompson will most Likely he dropped. That s the 1939 White sox and unless Dykes gets some help in the pitching department you can forget about them this year a far As championships Are con it earned Howard Jones Southern California coach was put on a jury to select a Hollywood Glammer girl a with the most oomph. Charlie Kurtsinger is pretty sure to ride Porter s mite in the Derby. Max Baer will do his training for Lou Nova at Barney Ross old spot at Ferndale n. will sleep in the a Barney Ross cottage. Wallace Wade who a amp a him in Spring practice says Clemson Banks Mcfadden will be the Best Back in the Southern conference next reason. There la he some red hot Ket Bali up around Troy n. Tonight. They be hired team of Star pros to try to Tel the former Long Island i. Cha Plo ship team apart to see a vol make it tick. If the a cd legers win be offered Pleni to move in and play for Troy Nei season. The National Fod Ball league s movie a a Champion of the Gridiron will Bounce pm for sports writers Here in tuesday night. Colors slings can have Armstrong Montanez if they la dig up $6< Usu and Lay it right there on to old line. Art Rosenbaum san Francid chronicle a they Call the stat Ford baseball team Quot the Brool Lyn of the colleges. So to other Day Stanford ordered Batch of new baseball Caps Ai they turned up identical in Cou and design to the dodger Hea gear. Maybe it Wasny to a q a if John Henry Lewis vision has been impaired As Long As he says before he won the Light heavy title How was he Ever passed by the new York commission for the Job Louis fight a. Well bite. Late flashes Pete Reiser to dodger sensation has been if ing All that flashy playing in pair of $2.50 baseball shoes. J Rell and Oral Hildebrand will regular starters for the Yan this year ,. Hen Lee Mala the first Start of his new East Campaign against Frankie Dpi in the hippodrome april 21. The dodgers have taken an opt on Charley Gilbert. Nashville eel Ter fielder who looks like to goods. Charley s pop manage Nashville. ,. Bob seeds to giant outfielder is president the Amarillo club of the we Texas Loop and i wife is to business manager. Theatrical note. Opening tomorrow Antoni Galento in a half fighters a athletes in Arizona All student Rodeo agree that football is simple stuff frasier Cuming along los Angeles a going into their Long Range Quot City series with the cubs with the count at two and two the Chicago White sox have been cheered by the new that Pitcher vie frasier is j recovering rapidly from the Skull fracture he suffered when he was beaded the other Day. Beke shines in Dall a Dallas Rainy Day does no of Hiram a Day of rom for Zeke Bonum of the next York giant a not in Dallas. Me us de to play Here when lie xxx a voted the Inot popular player in the Taxa league. A qr4� a i Hubi Prothro needs Power it Kro a wanted Young mail who ran hit a baseball a b of distance xxx till if Bat and Doc not object to playing Xxiii the Childe Pplk manager lax pro thro before april is. In Brief that froth i of a prescription for i Hall clubs ing need. Yol the needed Orlando Fla. Ray Blades wont satisfied with the Martin and Jimmy a manager say he Isnit work of Stu Brown a his St. Louis cardinals second base it shortstop combination after Aee ing them in action yesterday against the senators. But he does May he a still looking Over his Rookie infielders which does no to sound too Good for the Martin brow n cheering society. Gehrig still in Werfel St. Petersburg Gehrig May he through but i of Gehrig does no to Knox it. A they be i been buying me ail Spring a he announced today a but no one sent me lilies then he took ibis turn in batting practice and belted three straight pitches Over the Brightfield Wall. Corney Bill us Ould Transfer City Extension headache to local government commission Vimr a j a m. A a Fly so i a Kwh i. It Iii to. Ii right on his ear lands Jack Roberts xxx the decision goes to the pawing Bronco in the University of Arizona s All student Rodeo at Tucson the Hoss Lakeland pelts Rem Ain sex duh Toul Over Freddie of a major league calibre and of was Oxx Lier Walter Briggs once it became known in the Detroit Liger training Camp. Before buying the right hander from Seattle for Arm play ers Briggs to hued to one stack of Seoul lug reports on his desk and did a if these Are right Detroit May win a Xii then he pointed to another stack anti added a if these Are right old Man Briggs loses a lot of Money. But ill take the by Nea service Tucson. Art. A Walt Nielson and Jack Roberts University of Arizona varsity and freshman footballers respectively Are wiling to admit the Grid sport is Sissy stuff. They be just participated in the second annual All student Rodeo where True to the Best tradition of flu ii forebears Arizona Colle id ans a co eds included a roped Mem and Rode Mem wit ii varying degrees of Success. Nielson bit the dust fast in steer Riding and Roberts was stood on his head in the Saddle bucking division. Brother maybe Cuero. Texas the St. Louis Browns Are a Sinch to wind up in or not far away from Tho american league cellar. But Down in the Grapefruit league they re the champions of the Phillies. In eight starts against the futile National leagues the brownies have seven victories and one tie. Tra Vik recovering Orlando. Flu. A they re breaking easier in the Washington senator a tamp toxin. Wold reached the training base that shortstop Cecil Travis is on the Road to recovery from influenza. News of coloured people had sluts to observe negro health Welk the a deut club an organization of local business and professional women will sponsor a Community wide program in Observance of National negro health week at the first Baptist Church sunday afternoon. April 2, at 3 30 of clock. The speakers will be or. Roscoe c. Brown of the United states Public health service and or. Walter Hughes negro representative of the North Carolina state Board of health. National negro health week is a time set aside to discuss the health problem that peculiarly affect the negro. It is recognized by the North Carolina state Board of health As Well As by the United Staten Public health service. Tho program to he Given sunday afternoon will make an Al arizonans College sponsored Rodeo May he lacking in profession Al skill hut not enthusiasm and thrills included on the program were wild steer Riding calf roping. Bronc Riding wild cow milking and team tying and cow Pony racing inter sorority Aud inter fraternity. Champion Campus Cowboy we Hob Perkins who placed first Iii bronc Riding first in team tying with Gaynor Hathaway xxx the bes time of 35 seconds second in calf roping and first again with hath to v in wild cow milking. Int to awaken the interest of it Community in solving some t those health problems that a Aly the negro himself Tan it. Stively solve. A cordial is extended to everyone to attend it. Professional club to sponsor health programs meeting with s. E. Burton tuesday evening the High Point professional menus club Laid Pinna for the pre. Enting of programs for the stimulation of Community interest in better health. The programs will be presented throughout the month of april. To make the project effective a committee consisting of or. M. B. Davis chairman l. L. Boyd and c. E. Yokely was appointed to Contact clubs another organized groups of the City and arrange programs. The Metier session of the club entered around health problems and their solutions. The club decided not Only to disseminate useful information but also to equip the first Aid rooms of Leonard Street Fairview Street and William Penn schools. Miss Pauline Davie a student Reynolds would boost pay of secretaries by s1.300 Washington March 20.�? 4 senator Reynolds dec Bael an Active Hgt Latic Day yesterday. Hill lie int Miltn de would increase by a Iuni n year Sal Ai in of my Here Wariex to senator xxx to have xerxes one ear or longer bring about qui k report motor. To then antagonistic to the i. S. Juror of Gozei Niue it require tin interstate Commerce commission to formulate regulation for sate transportation in the United state of explosive Ami other Dang. Roo material in hiding immutable liquid compressed Gaes and poisonous substance. America won t jump into european squabble unless Western hemisphere moves Albuquerque n. March 29 a <4p a Balteff the United states never will try to Settle any european dispute a unless it extends into this country South America. Or Canada a was voiced today by James Roosevelt the presidents eldest son. A but we must prepare to defend ourselves if that should he added quickly. Young Roosevelt a movie company official in route to London on business told interviewers he did not believe the people of the United states a can be stampeded into another struggle As they once i Ranco for uni a War Veteran Kinston March 2 9 4b�?. A. Flick said today that his father j. 0. Frick 87, who died in Salisbury May have been the Only Franco prussian War Veteran in the state. A widow and four children survive. The elder Frick was buried this week end. Merchants to meet Kernersville March 29.�? the newly organized Kernersville retail merchants association will meet in the labor Hall Over Tho Bank of Kernersville thursday March to. At 7 45 p. In. For Tho purpose of completing the organization Aud making plans for the j proper functioning of the association of retail merchants. A social j period will follow Tho business during which refreshments will be j i Unis at Good Samaritan Hospi Tai Charlotte spent the weekend visiting her father Garfield Davis 408 Moon Street. Birthday party i miss Christine Lowland Niece of or. And mrs. James Simpson if Day Street entertained a group of friends sunday afternoon her birthday. Pro ides Vlass and Means of extending Eirv limits without recourse to general Assembly Enterprise Bureau. Sir Walter hotel ii Henry Averill Kaleigh March 29.-�?there wan unanimous agreement of the Senate Calendar committee that j a there ought to be a Law a and i to the Corey Hill providing Way and Means of extending City limits without resource to the general Assembly received a one Hundred per cent favourable vote from that hard working group monday afternoon. The measure sponsored by the Stout senator from Pitt and endorsed unofficially by the league of municipalities would Transfer Tho biennial City Extension headache from the legislature to the local government commission. The Only regret expressed by any member of the Calendar committee was that it comes to late in the session. The Bill provides machinery for holding elections at any time they Are approved and ordered by the local government commission. That group to act under stated circumstances and after Public hearing. In Brief Here show a City would go about extending its ii mite each City would he mapped with areas immediately adjoining its limits Laid off in squares of 1,000 feet sides. Whenever Twenty per cent of property owners within one or Mot a of these squares or whenever Tho governing body of any City aha 11 petition the local government commission for Exten Ion to take in any Given area Tho commission shall order a Public hearing giving due notice thereof to Lal affected parties. After Public hearing the commission shall if it decides that Extension is desirable order an election in which All inhabitants of the City and of the affected area shall he allowed to vote the ii sue to he determined by a majority of the vote cast. It is provided that in the event the application for Extension is made by a City governing body rather than by property owners of the areas sought to be annexed then no election shall he held unless and until approval of at least 20 per cent of the property owners in such area a shall be secured. Pat Healey executive head of tire league of municipalities appeared before the committee for the Bill and explained it. As originally drafted it applied Only to cities of More than 5.000 inhabitants but this limitation a to size was stricken out on suggestion of senator George Ward. Of Duplin. The original draft also required Only ten per cent of the property owners in order to have a hearing called by the lot a1 government commit Sirion. Senator John u in s t e a d of or. Slate made member of City election Board the Guilford county Board of elections met at the courthouse in Greensboro at la of clock this morning and selected or. J. W. Slate As member of the High Point municipal election Board to succeed Willis la Slane. The county Hoard accepted the resignation of or. Slane Republican member who had served during the previous two year term and who had been re appointed but not sworn in for another term the Sian resignation was placed in the hands of Louis j. Fisher High Point member Aud Secretary of the county Board yesterday morning and a special meeting a called this morning for the purpose of supplying the vacancy created by the resignation. Or. Slate was recommended this morning by Walter l. York High Point Republican chairman. He will take the oath As minority member of the municipal Board tomorrow to serve with Arch k. Schoch chairman and j. F. Powers. The new Board is expected to begin work at an Early Date setting up the election machinery for primary if a primary is necessary. On april 18 and the election on May 2.first on the Agenda of business will be the selection of registrars and judges for the 14 precincts of the City which selection is expected either the latter part of this week or the first of next. Salisbury busily preparing for racing opener sunday Salisbury March 29.�?with the entry list showing that new and taster cars will participate in the Auto races to be held at the Rowan county fair grounds track Here on next sunday afternoon april 2, starting at 2 of clock. Some of the cars have been completely rebuilt others Are entirely new while the Ais that were used lad season und Are returning for the 1939 races have All undergone considerable improvements during the Winter months. Fans Are asked to note that the program of six events will Start at 2 of clock instead of 2 30 o clock As had been previously announced. The Large list of entrants made Bruce Thompson the promoter deem it advisable to Start earlier so that the program might be concluded Well before dark. The present list of entrants consists of 16 Drivers and there is a possibility that even More May come in at the last minute. Revival to begin sunday at Glenola Baptist Church beginning sunday april 2. A revival will be conducted at Genola Baptist Church for a week or ten Days by the pastor. Rev. J. C. Kidd who will be assisted by allot her Post or or song Leader it a announced today. The Glenda Baptist Church is on the Asheboro Highway approximately seven Miles below High Point. Tuer be Temps club entertained at Thomasville Thomasville March 29. Special a members of the tue be temp club were entertain at their most recent meeting 19 mrs. Wade Morgan at her Hoe on Fisher ferry Street when tart tables of contract were in pit Jonquil predominated in the Floral appointment of the Home and formed Central decoration Fol mall tables at the serving a Dainty refreshments following play. Or. Joe boy a. award cd top score prize at the conetto Slon of play and second award fell o or la k rus Al. Tho a in a Kling up the tables were Mesa it Austin sink. Jack re Jod Boyles jr., Wade Tillotson Btl Harris and Max Curie. Or. Carlos Stout xxx to Beton her recent marriage was Mil Lula Mac Snider a. Honoured i a party recently when or r. I Lohr and mrs. W. A. Stout wet associate hostesses. Following a period of Bingo at j other appropriate games Pristu were awarded to mesdames t Uri Lyle Nance Tom Brown. F Fraylick. Ralph Estell and Carl ton Street refreshment War it then served to the 16 guests. Aft Erward the honoree received Shower of Linen gift from the guest. Or. M. B. Mite left last we for Charlottesville va., where str planned to spend some time us the guest of or and mrs who i Beth. From there she was to got it Washington d. V. For a visit w id her daughter miss Peggy his or and mrs Robert Hove a of Charlotte spent the past we Ken it Rev. And or. R. S. Howie. Miss Lallie Ruth Shuford. Student at Guilford College is pending the Spring Holiday with her parents. Or. And mrs r i. Shu Ford. Mrs. F. S. Lambeth spent saturday afternoon in win ton san loin where he attended a Tel Given by or. And mrs. W. A. Lambeth to Honor Bishop and mrs Clare Purcell. Bishop Purcell a in that City to dedicate two no la b churches and guest includes pastors and their wives in the District. Mrs g m. Hoover left tuesday for Atlanta where she will spent several Days. Mrs. F. E. Sigman is a Patten at the City memorial Hospital where she underwent an operation for appendicitis on sunday morning. She is recuperate satisfactorily from the operation it was Learned today. Mra. Janey Reid former resident of this City has arrived for a visit with her Mere. Mrs George d. Finch of colonial drive. Joe Bales and Tom a find have returned to wooden v Forest school where they Are students after spending the weeks end at their respective Homes Herne Orange wan particularly loud in his approval of the principle of the Bill. He is chairman of the Senate committee on counties cities and town and As such has had to preside at some of the hottest hearings of the current general Assembly session those hearings which concerned City limit extensions. There has been an unusually Large number of Hill of this sort this year As Many local units sought to increase their population through Extension in Advance of Hie 19 40 Federal census. Concert artist s parents and friends from Hickory Here for program tonight or and i l l a id of Hickory parents of Lansing Hatfield. Young baritone who present the final concert of tin current series Tor the High Point cooperative association have arched in the City to attend th9 concert and Are House guests Ini the Home of or. And m Fred j. Fugler 321 Mont lieu Avenue they expect to he Bere until t Morrow when they will accompany their son to Wilmington where Bel will present another concert tomorrow evening. The party will also visit the Lovely gardens open there for Garden fortnight. Other Hickory residents who Are guests in the Home of i and mrs. Flagler Are or. And mrs. Bijj p. Fraus and mrs. A t. Sledge and or. And mrs. H. 0. Bolts a who Are residents of mount airy the Are a1 Here for or. Hat Fields concert this evening. A

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