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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 14, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Sunday May 14, 1939the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Page nine Sec. To Valledon takes bleakness stakes Iii 31 lid Mil thu to Quot a etl Wai Johnstown bad fifth As rain musses track gilded Knight. Volt ant show with impound four lengths ahead of Derby Winner by Sid Feder Pamlico race course Baltimore md., May 13. Map a the mud arid a great Trad re liner caught up with Johnstown today. W. L. Brannus Bay Colt. Challe Don a mudder from a Way Back came on in the last three eighths of a mile on a track soaked by Day Long rain to win the 49th running of the Rich Preakness take As William Woodward top heavy favorite the horse that had taken the Kentucky Derby by six length Only a week ago ran fifth in the Field of six. For three quarters of a mile in Thi mile and three it tenths Gallop it was All Johnstown. The big son of Jamestown Winner of four straight Prevou three year old outlines by a total or 25 lengths looked Uke a a Hoo in. But a they went into the a Tretch turn the rest of the a a gang started to close in jockey Jimmy bout went to the Bat for the first time Ainee Johnstown came of age and it did no Good. First gilded Knight pawed him. Then there was a Rush As All hut Little Ciencia went by. It Hai Moi it Tike front heading into the stretch. Chal Ledon poked himself in front and there he stayed. Jockey George Seabo part of the 126 pounds on All the Colt to this race put. The whip to him to stave off the finishing Rush of mrs. Ogden Phipps gilded Knight. To they went to the wire. And in the last sixteenth of a mile there was nothing to it j his Maryland i cd h Rise i he 20.000 soaked Stem fearing this a local boy who made Good a on to Victory. At the finish this Gallant son of challenger 2nd, who ran six lengths Back of Johnstown in the Derby a week ago a a length and a half to the Good with gilded Knight entry Mac of a big John a taking the place by three from George Bull a vol want. Then came Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt impound four lengths on top of Johnstown and Ciencia in the rear. With the entry of Johnstown gilded Knight both trained by Gunny Jim fit Simmons backed far Down in the betting. Chal Ltd on the mudder returned a supporters 114,40 for each 12 ticket in coming Home with his first Victory since he won the Pamlico futurity last november. Fritz Simmona entry was 3 for Pla it e and Vollant paid $3.10 for show. Iii Akoi h record Chelidona won in a great big hurry. Running on soft top footing re went the route in i min Ute 59 4-5 econ de Only i 3-6 seconds away from the Preakness Mark High quest set five year ago. Considering conditions that was tops. To owner Brann went $52.lid As the Winger net share of the fro Puree of $71,245 built up from the $6,000 added Money and the various fees poured into the a a Kitty by the owners a i the original 322 horses made eligible a Well As the $1.60u each paid for six supplementary entries. So came to the end the unbeatable myth built around Johnstown. He had won the i a Monok broken the mile-and-70-Yard track record at Jamaica Iii his second Outing and waltzed in with the Wood and the Derby. He started today As though he were going to take the second leg of the triple Crown everyone a a cinch for him he broke on top led gilded Knight into the first turn by half a length and increased that in the Backstretch. At the three Quarter Mark he was through. When the a a gang caught up he stopped badly and at the end jockey Stout a easing him up. Meantime Challedon Waback to the Park. He was slow getting into his Best stride a fates the Back stretch he never figured. But when Seabo urged he sailed past Johnstown coming around the Bend and then overhauled Johnstown s betting partner. A a when he started to Breeze along there in the Seabo said later a i knew it a All Over. This Hoss be Raught Vander Meer Back in form pitches Redlegs to 2-1 win Cooleemee stops Landis 14-5, in Only Loop game Askew Fowler and Hnatio Lead cools attack on three sen hurlers he a Chai j Jodon special to the Enterprise Landis May swatted three Landis pitchers for in hits and 14 runs Here tonight and stooped the sense winning Streak at four straight by a score of 14-5 in the Only North state league game played. Rain Cut the other three games from the saturday night slate. The cools hit the Jackpot with an eight run splurge in the fifth i inning to sew up the Ball game j with Bruhm pitching nine hit Ball. The Milwaukee boy was j never in danger. Shortstop Fowler second base a Man Askew and Little Johnny Hnatio led the Cooleemee attack. Air Kew and Fowler pounded out three hits apiece two doubles included in Askews collection and i Hnatio clouded a Long Home run. Cooleemee Landis a r h o a r h o i Hnatio of 3 3 13 Knapp of 5 0 13 Askew 3b 3 3 3 Barnes 3b 5110 Carter of 3 13 0 Park 3b 5 12 3 motto 3b 3 113 Suggs of 3 3 3 2 Cartel of 4 i i i m Watts a 4 i i 3 Zavernik la 5 i 210 Hopkins la 4 0 2 7 Fowler a 5 2 3 0 Carroll of 3 0 0 0 Mulvihill e 5 i i 7 pickup c 4 0 010 Bruhm p 5 110 Wynecoff p i 0 0 0 Whitlock of 1 0 0 2 Scha Ney p 0 0 0 0 Morrow p 2 0 0 0 a Rowan 10 0 0 no hit master holds cards to four hits unable to reach first from third to ninth innings a Al Beesons . Lead City softball loops they re tops in Southern conference track circles Cincinnati May 13. Map a Johnny Vander Meer pitched Hack to his last seasons form Here today and won his first Victory of the season As the Cincinnati reds beat the Pace setting St. Louis cards 2 to j. Shelled off the Mound in his four previous starts. Vandy struck out nine and showed great control in the pinches. He walked three j men. The Only card tally came in the first inning a Stu Martin singled and Pepper Martin sent him Home with a triple. After the third not a Cardinal got to first base until the ninth when Enoa Slaughter doubled. Gutteridge trying to Coref rom first on the hit was out at the plate to end the game. Bob Welland held the red to two a crate singles until the sixth inning when the Mckechnie men combined a walk and two hits to take the Lead. Linua Frey Drew a free ticket and scored from first on Frank Mccormick single to Center Field. Harry crafts safety drove in Mccormick. St. Louis Cincinnati a r h o a r b o 130 Oso 200-14 i Brown is 3 0 0 3 Werber 3b 4 0 2 0 too 003 020 5 i 8 Martin 3b i i i 2 prey 2b 2 10 1 total 40 14 is 27 totals 35 5 0 27 a batted for Morrow in 9th. Score by innings r Cooleemee. Landis. Error Wynecoff. Home runs Hnatio j j Martin of 4 0 2 0 adman of j 0 0 a Buggs. Three base hit Mulvihill. Two Medwick of 4 0 0 3 m Cor k la 3 i i 4 j base hits. Askew 2. Carter. Have Rich Mise la 4 0 0 7 Lobard c 4 0 of Barnes. Hopkins. Stolen bases motto 2. Outridge 3b 3 0 0 0 Craft of 4 0 2 3 Hnatio. Sacrifice hit motto. Carroll j Slang Ter of 4 0 10 Berger of 4 0 121 two teams pos a., and Bee a son hardware with three victories and no defeats share first i place in the commercial softball league As the teams swing into j the third week of play. The Beeson knockers trounced Royal Arcanum 2-1, and then slugged out j a 21-2 decision Over the banker. . Continued along the j unbeaten Trail with a 17-12 win Over the policemen. The Strong Becker tailors slowly recovering from their major league leaders the Bio six of it a e wetland p l. Myers x Mckee p Iby the associated pre batting i three leaders in each league�?40 or More at bats i player. Club. O a r h pct double play m Watts to Hopkins. Be on Ball off Wynecoff 3. Off Scharney i off Morrow 3 off Brahm 2. Struck out by we coff 4 by Morrow 5 by Bruhm 7. Hit off we coff 8 in 4 off Scharney 3 in 0 off Morro 6 n 5. Left on bases Cooleemee s. I Andis f wild pitch Lur Row hit by Pitcher Carter by wine Oft to i a lofting Pitcher we coff. Umpires conc twin to Young and Connor. Tim 2 10. 3 0 0 9 w Myers is i 0 0 i 2 0 0 0 Van Meer p 3 0 0 t 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 totals 31 i 4 24 total Tho handful of athletes representing four states and seven i of the 15 Southern conference in 30 2 6 27 i Stetu tons la expected to make a a batted for Welland in 7th. Score by innings. Strong old for track and Field honors at the 17th annual South Loo too top i 0rn conference outdoor meet to it a a -2 a a a Vander Meer. Mise aisle ii i rain crowns devils state champions Durham. May is. A it pm coach Jack Coom bad Duke baseball team clinched its third consecutive big five championship As today a scheduled Blue Devil Wake Forest engagement was cancelled because of rain. With eight league victories and no defeats the Coomb Smen could lose their remaining three games with North Carolina and still finish half a game ahead of the tar heels. To Date the Dukes have licked n. C. State and Davidson three times each and Wake Forest twice in the state race. Their Only losses have been to the Philadelphia athletics and Maryland. Against state opposition they have scored 78 run and yielded 35. Opening game defeat by Beeson. I makers Brown. 12 to 12 19 turned in wins Over the Bankers Weatherly. Indian 14 53 a 23 by 7-4, and Caldwell markers 6-0, Mcquinn Browns 20 83 16 36 to take Over third position with 3 Arnovich. Phillies 21 Ai 12 31 Winn and i less. Mccormick red. 30 pc 1� 30 to i Arcanum and Caldwell a a a a a cram, to 2. Are tied for fourth place with one Home it a win and two defeats the markers j am ran league winning their first game of the Fox. Red Box. A Eason at the expense of the to Greenberg. Tigers. Beemen j Oehr Tnger. Tiger. As Industrial league teams swing into their third week of softball the Adama Millis teams Lead the league from both end. The night asks newcomers to the league dropped two decisions last week to Myrtle desk 6-5 and of. Giant National upholstery 13-7, and Are in the cellar. Their Brethren the Day workers. Are Riding at the top with two win in As Many starts having licked the High Point weaving Crew on tuesday by a score of 9-5. Silver knit bounced Back after an opening game loss to turn Hack Mettle desk 6-5, commercial league team won lost pct Beeson How. 3 o i too . 3 o 1000 Becker .3 i .750 Caldwell. I 2 333 Royal Arcanum. I 2 .333 policemen. I 3 .250 Bankers. 0 4 too Selkirk Yankee. Williams. Red sox. National league mix. Cardinals. Carolin. Dodgers. Berger. Reds. Mccormick. Reds. 475 434 434 383 .375 .373 5 j it i j 4 s Reavis paces Duke trackman Blu devils Triumph Over midshipmen Iii nip and l uck meet at Durham Industrial league teams won lost pct. Adams mauls. 2 0 1 000 Silver knit i i .500 Nat. Upholstery. I i Soo h p weaving. I i .500 Myrtle desk. I i .500 a a nighthawks. 0 2 too Southern conference Tennis finals Cut Short by Rains games this week commercial league monday Becker tailoring is at Becker. Tuesday Royal Arcanum a. Bankers at Royal Arcanum. Beeton a Caldwell Marker at Caldwell. Policemen Bye. Thursday policemen is. Becker tailoring at policemen. Royal Arcanum is Caldwell at Royal Arcanum. P o. 8. A a Beeson hardware at p o 8. A banker Bye. Industrial league tuesday Myrtle desk be. High Point weaving at Myrtle desk. Adans Mollia is. National upholstery at National upholstery. Saturday Silver knit is. Am night Hawks. Williamsburg. Va., May 13. A a or in ruled out the finals today of the Southern conference Tennis tournament after the last of the Semi final matches had been played. John f. Kenfield. Director of the tournament said final in both the singles and doubles would be played next week. The doubles match started outdoors this morning was finished Thi afternoon on the Hardwood of blow gymnasium. It advanced the Maryland team of Nathan asking and Al Ritzen Berg into the finals against North Carolinas Walt Meserole and Carl Rood. Askina and Ritzenberg moved into the finals by virtue of their 6-4. 6-8, 6-3 Victory Over Johnny Ager and Carl Dixon of Duke. The two finalists in the singles. Bill Rawlings and Bill Rood of North Carolina will play their title match after their return to Chapel Hill. Pay Pratt y Penny Paris a approximately $2,-800.000 in taxes is paid annually by the 8.000,000 bicycle enthusiasts in France. After 72 year As Butler and Friend in the service of Jane Duchess of Marlborough and lord and lady Edward Spencer Churchill Alfred Winny has died in Windsor England at the age of 98. Engineers of Panama will hold an Industrial exposition in Panama City. North state bigwigs hold annual Spring meeting Salisbury. May i 3i the North state athletic conference held its regular Spring meeting at Catawba College today and despite earlier rumours that a change in the policy pertaining to officiating might be made transacted Only routine business. The group recognized Lenoir Rhyne As baseball Champion. High Point As basketball Champion Catawba As titlist in track and Golf. Appalachian As wrestling Champion and Guilford As Tennis Champion. It was announced that in the future a cup would be Given annually by president j. D. Mes sick of Elon College to the College in the Loop that displayed the beat sportsmanship during the year. A committee will be appointed to draw up rules governing the award. All conference schools were represented at the meeting. Pineapples ars about 57 cent water. Per toy makers of Germany and Japan Are fighting for worlds Trade. Colombia plans to finance the construction of Low Cost farm Durham May a despite showers of rain an a soggy track cinder path team of Duke and the United states naval Academy waged a red hot Battle in Duke stadium this afternoon the Blue devils finishing Strong to gain a 64 5-6 to 61 1-6 Victory. The Lead changed hands three time during the affair. Navy went away to a wide margin but the Blue devils slowly pulled Back up and went into the front at 2 7 1-3 to 26 2-3. Navy came right Hack to capture the Lead again but Duke took it Over for the final time at 43 1-3 to 87 2-3 and were never headed. The Blue Devil were packed by Captain Hubert Reavis who turned in one of the finest one Man performance in the history of Duke track. He ran in four events captured three of them and finished second in the other. He won the too 220 and Low hurdles and although running the event for the first time this sea lion finished right on the heels of hts flashy teammate. Don kindle in the High hurdles. The summary mile run Oldfield Heath and Harby. Is of Navy tied for Bret. Time 4 39. Shot put Snia. Duke first been. Is a. Second Macgrath. Navy third distance 44 feet 10l inches. 440-Yard run Buntyn Navy first Johnson. Duke second Lank. Navy third. Time 49 3. 100-Yard dash reals. Duke first Stegfried. Duke second Graham Navy third time 10 2. Javelin Sullivan Duke first Karl. Navy second Macgrath Navy third distance 191 feet to Inch High jump Willmott. Duke first Moyer Duke. Foster. Navy Gardner. Navy. Tied for second height five feet eight. High hurdles Kunzle Duke first j reals Duke second Hart Navy thud. Time 15 3. 880-Yard run Healey Navy first j Oldfield. Navy second Smith Navy third time i 58 6 220-Yard dash Reavis Duke first Siegfriedt Duke second Clement. Navy third. Tim 22 seconds. Two mlle run Walker Navy first Brett Duke Sec end Clancy Navy. Third. Time 9 57. Discus Nanna. Duke first Hansen. Navy second Macgrath Navy third. Distance 140 feet nine inches. Low hurdles reals Duke first Bunting Navy second kindle Duke third time 24 3. Pole vault Montford. Duke and Brewington Navy tied for first Fyles. Duke and Shumway Navy tied for third. Height 12 feet six. Broad jump Neah Navy. First Kinde. Duke second blahs. Navy third. Distance 22 feet two inches. A or or sub Brown 2 8. Martin 4, Mise. Gutteridge of 2, Welland 3, Berger 2. Myers s. Run batted in j. Martin. Mccormick Craft two base hit Slaughter. Three base hits j. Martin Werber. Left on bases St. Louis 9 Cincinnati 8. Bases on balls Welland 2 Mcgee i Vander Meer 3 struck out wetland 5 Mcgee 3 Vander Meer 9. Hits off Welland 4 in 6 Mcgee 2 in 2. Hit by Pitcher by Welland Goodman. Losing Pitcher Welland. Umpires Barr. Basra and Moran. Time 2 of. Attendance ,-305. Be held at the University of North Carolina next Friday and saturday May 19 and 20. Dually ail of the men in thin picture except Duke of w. And Mormance of 4 16. Huber Reavis Duke conference indoor Champion in three event in 1938. ,. Judson Ellis Virginia tech a tied for first place in pole m. Have won either indoor or vault with Cornin of Maryland in skip Alexander captures s. C. A links Crown Pinehurst May 18.�?</pv�? Stewart a a skip Alexander. Ill i Rrt ear old Junior and no. I player clubs drop pirates of Quot a a a a a a a a a a a # i team rattle the kit i til tint for eighth in Row outdoor championships during the past two year. Here the dope on these stat Dick Shrie Kier v. M. I enc outdoor Champion conference outdoor meet L�w-1 Spring. Ransom Duke. William and Mary is leading athlete Fer i from his institution in conference in the i meet. Bill copening. North shot put for Pant two years. I Carolinas conference outdoor and i Arry Craig South Carolina indoor Champion in Broad jump conference outdoor Champion Ina lao aet up new conference la. T Spring Aud conference indoor record in High jump in it Ujj Jas Champion in shot put in j 19.39. Tom Holmes North Quot a so1 1939. Maryland Winn mile in 1939 souths indoor games with in Carolina a conference indoor Champion in 70-Yard Low hurdles in 19.39. Is leading sprinter on North Carolina squad. Pittsburgh May 13 a ply Chicago cubs won their ninth j straight Victory Over the Buccaneer of Pittsburgh today 6 to 2, j dropping the pirates into the National league cellar. The string of triumphs started i August 22, 1938. General Bill Lee issued seven hasp on balls but 13 pirate were left on base. Chicago Pittsburgh a r h o a r h o Herman 2b 4 i i 3 l War of Soss Hack 3b 5 0 12 p a r of 3 0 i i Galan of 5 12 1 Risco of 3 0 15 Hartnett c 4 13 1 Vauhn As 2 0 0 2 Gleason of 4 113 Buhr la 3 0 0 8 Melber of 4 0 14 b Baker 2b 3 112 o Russell la 4 i 0 6 Handley 3b 3 0 0 i Bartell a 3 116 Barres c 3 0 0 3 Lee p 4 0 2 1 Bell x 0 0 0 0 Mueller c 0 0 0 0 Klinger p 110 0 Brown p 10 0 0 today for India Iii Tel honors in the a Hole medal play bout Hern conference Golf tournament. Mike a to took team honors with a score of Ash. Rob Brownell carded Iii for second honors Joe Taylor had Iso and John Cree iss. The University of North Carolina team com and of Hudson Boyd Clarence Klutz Nhi herring and frosty Snow was Sec. Ond for team lamer with 621. Hint had Iai Snow i a. Boyd Iai and herring car. Davidson team totalled All. Washington and i William and Mary and Virginia teach also were represented hut the Bine of a w. And l Man reduced the team to t to Roe men eliminating the school from com petition. A a a. Dodgers error Tobin xxx 1000,--, Swift p oooo bees to win two thousand seabirds died off the Kent coast of England last Winter. Tim London s Telephone thine Teller answered 18.000,000 Calls in 19,38. The world smallest Republic m Andorra in Europe. Totals 37 6 12 21 totals 34 2 6 27 a batted for b err is in the. Xxx batted Tor Brown in 8th, score by innings r Chicago. 101 004 000-9 Pittsburgh. Too Oil 000�?2 errors bar Tell 2, Oalan Lee. Klinger. Assist Herman 2. Hack 2, g. Russell Bartell 2, Lee 3, Vaughn 6. Brubaker 4, Berros. Klinger 2. Run batted in Galan Hartnett. Vaughn Bartell. Brubaker. Lee two base hits Lee. Galan. Three base hit Bartell. Home run Brubaker. Sacrifice. Vaughn. Double play Brubaker. Suhr and Vaughan 2 Lee Bartell and g. Russell. Left on bases Chicago 6. Pittsburgh 13. Bases on balls Klinger 2, Lee 7. Struck out Klinger i Lee i. Brown i. Hiu off Klinger to in 5 1-3 off Brown 2 in 2 2-3 off Swift 0 in losing Pitcher Klinger Umpire Magerkurth and Stewart. Time 1 55. Attendance 6.948 Oak Hill nears elementary title defeating the plucky Cloverdale school boy yesterday afternoon by a one sided score the Oak Hill youngsters moved another Peg nearer the elementary school City championship. The work of both team on defense kept the fans on Edge. Oak Hill on the offensive made older fan think of the Days gone by around the Hill top school when the Connor brother the Harris Brothers Johnnie Newton Tom Clodfelter and the Sain boys used to keep other school Center on the Short end of the score. Amos Carrolls Home run was the Only score for the loser. Line Upa Cloverdale Davis Cbrown a Huffman la Cranford 2b Gilmore 3b Carroll is King of a Bandle of Hicks of and Slack. So. Oak Hill free a Tysinger lit Furr 2nd Starbuck a Ferguson is Hemrie 3d Swain so Price of Murrow of highball of. A substitutions Cloverdale bean. Boston. May 13.�? ply the Brooklyn dodger came apart at the seams today As the Boston Bee took the second straight Victory of their series 5 to 3. Fat Freddy and Luke Hamlin who worked one inning after fit was removed for a Pinch hitter gave up 13 hits but their plight was made hopeless by four blunders in the Field and a passed Ball which put one runner in position to score. Brooklyn meanwhile was held to six hit s by Danny Macfayden who had to have Fred Frankhouse get the dodger out after they became boisterous with a run in the ninth. Brooklyn Boston Ibro a r h c Koy of 3 0 2 1 War or 2b 5 112 Cosca Art 2b 4 0 0 0 Cooney of 5 13 1 Rosen of 3 0 0 0 Garm 3b 4 0 2 1 Camilla la 4 0 014 Hassett of 4 12 1 Phelps c 4 0 0 6 slim null 3 0 13 Lavaretto 3b i i 0 i Miller is 4 112 Sta Back of 4 0 0 1 Fletcher la 4 i 213 Durocher a 3 i 2 i m Fay a p 4 0 0 0 f a St is p 2 0 i 0 m Fayson p 4 0 0 0 Abington x 0 10 0 for House p 0 0 0 0 Hamlin p 0 0 0 0 Moore xxx 10 10 totals 29 3 6 24 totals 36 5 13 27 a batted for Fitzsimmons in 8th. Xxx batted for Hamlin in 9th. Score by innings r. Brooklyn. 0<w 010 ou�?3 Boston. Ooi 121 oox�?5 errors Carolin Stanback 3, Fletcher. Assists is Scarset Phelps lava Getto. Fitzsimmons Warbler 4. Ganns 2, Miller 3. Macfayden 4, runs batted in Hassett Lopez. Koy. Miller Fletcher. Cooney Canali Moore. Two base Hiu Durocher. Cooney Miller. Three base hits Lope. Sacrifice Garma Koy. Double Playa Macfayden to Miller to Fletcher Fletcher unassisted Warstler to Miller to Fletcher farm to Warstler to Fletcher. Left on bases Brooklyn 8 Boston to. Bases on Ball Fitzsimmons 2 Macfayden 7, Frank House i. Strike out Fitzsimmons a. Macfayden 3, hits off Fitzsimmons 12 in 7 innings off a Nitin i in i off Macfayden 6 in 8 1-3. Off Frankhouse 0 in 2-3. Passed Ball Phelps winning Pitcher Macfayden losing Pitcher Fitzsimmons. Umpires Kyrm Campbell and Ballanfant. Time 2 04. Attendance 5,041. Try it

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