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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 18, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Thursday May is. Toso the High Point Enterprise r re on t Caunter of Industry High Point North Carolina Page four Sec. B eight conference lies it is l inner fire saturday frack men in annual event it Carolina mile Hun will furnish fireworks Between Jim Davis Mase n Chronister by Tom Bost or Chapel Hill May 18. A hit stamping track athletes rom 12 institutions Iii Marv my. Virginia and the two Carolinas were arriving today n Chapel Hill for their annual assault on 15 track and held a cords at the 17th annual lout Horn cont Renee outdoor rack meet which gets under Ray Friday afternoon on Fedor Field and continues through Tut inlay. The big Koly week end attraction will develop into a hard and colourful Battle Between North Arolina defending Champion Luke Maryland and Washington and Lee for the team cd a in Pion hip. North Carolina with 36 entrants has the largest number f participants. Luke ranks Adolid with 22, Wallington and a third 17, and Maryland ourth 16. Others participating re v. M. I., Richmond. Wo1�?T and Mary. South Carolina Demon Davidson North Carolina hate and Wake Forest. Hens Friday on the preliminary program starting at 3 30 of clock Friday afternoon. Will he trials in the of and High hurdles too and 120-Yard dashes. So Yard run. 110-Yard run Broad jump shot Tut javelin and discus. Finals n All contests will take place saturday including the one mile in. Two mile run. Pole vault and ugh jump for which there will get no preliminaries. Hight of last year s dinners will he Back a Hampton ships. They a trickier v. M i., Jiminy Davis. North uie mile run Eddlo Miller. Maryland High jump Dunn Kinzle. Duke Low ant huh Burd Larry Craig South Carolina discus Rill Yor Penang. North Carolina Broad jump Harry Sullivan. Individual to defend Are Dick shot put Carolina free gifts at daggers Friday and saturday your last Chance a 20 piece breakfast set or a candid Type camera free with every Purchase of $15 amp Over Fri. Amp sat. New d magic lust received 6 Diamond bridal sets solid to old full Trade in v a i ii e anytime Cay 50c week she Quot he Bros watches v Kulow Roth duh Hsy i o ii h l wit Siens f i i. I. X ii i a r a a two Al Cav 50e week Duke javelin and Joe Peaslee Maryland two Milf run. Among the approximately 150 athletes participating Are All 1939 indoor winners. These include Joe Murphey Maryland. 60-Yard clash Bill Whaley Washington and Lee High hurdles Tom Holmes North Carolina Low hurdles Alan Miller Maryland. 440 Jim Kehoe Maryland 880 Maiden Chronister Maryland one mile Tom Fields Maryland two mile Bill Montfort Duke pole vault copening North Carolina High jump and Broad jump and Craig South Carolina shot put. Track observers Are generally of the opinion that eight records will stand a Good Chance of being equalled or broken. These inc hide the 410-Yard run 880-Yard run one mile two mile High hurdles Low hurdles High jump and shot put. The mile race which features a renewal of an interesting and colourful rivalry Between Maryland a Masen Chronister indoor Champion and North Carolinas Jimmy Davis outdoor 111alist, should probably be the greatest in this event in the Long history of the meet. In dual meet Competition this season Davis already has bettered by three tenths of a second the existing 4 15.7 outdoor set by a a red Lewis Duke in 1933 while Chronister who nosed out Davis in the indoor mile Here last february War Only three tenths of a second shy of the outdoor Mark. North Carolinas Bill Hendrix Carlton White and Davis Maryland a Jim Kehoe Washington and Lee s Harold Harvey and Dukes Harold Johnson Are expected to fight it out for top honors in the 880-Yard run with a Strong possibility that the record of 1 53.3 set by Coleman Headley Maryland in 1938, will be shattered to a wit Hal Alan Miller of Maryland. Royce Jennings of North Carolina Johnson of Duke Charles curl and Heartsill Ragon of Washington and let Likely will run a nip and took race in the 4 40-Yard event and will strive to topple the 48.2 seconds Mark made by v. M. Hill Wellford in 1933. North Carolinas Bill Corpen ing and Harry March will be pitted against Dukes Donn Ringle and Huber Reavis Maryland Shernie Evans and Washington and Lee s Bill Whaley in i what should prove two of the greatest hurdle races Ever run in the conference. Kinzle is present Holder of both records 23.5 Seconde in the lows and 14.5 seconds in the highs. The leading entrants in the Field events Are Corpening March Vaughan we Horne Truman Hilton. Churl Slagle. Bob Weinberger. North Carolina Bud Wilmot Montfort John Nanna and Harry Sullivan Duke Sinai Morrison and Sanford Richmond Eddie Miller and Joe Murphy Maryland Dick Strickler v. M. I. Larry Craig South Carolina Charlie Sample Davidson raw i William and Mary Mickey Thompson and Hall Gantt North Carolina state. At daggers . Licensed radio specials 5 tubes. Walnut Cabinet Ali will in Antenna. Illuminated dial. . Operation pay we Down 5 tube super Heterodyne will it More stations than any radio we be Ever seen for this Price Walnut cabinets. Special i a it is Ahi Wink Mem portable superheat Rodyne no outside wires or connections ,. Air plane covered carrying Case. Very powerful. A a a who carnal in Ila Rel Lurk u a a crowned ii i a la older dodger hurler Mound Iii Lime second straight tie game hits for by pc Uson Railey associated pres sports writer everything happens to left handed pitchers and the Brooklyn dodgers so now they have the uncrowned hard Luck Champion of the major leagues vytautas c. Tamulis. Vito a plight came to Light or More precisely darkness a again yesterday when the dodgers game with the Chicago cubs was ruled a 9-9 tie after 19 inning of fighting and fumbling in Wrigley Field. This was the longest game in the National league in seven Van in it also was the second tie game of this 1989 season acid the other of course involved the dodgers and Tamulis. That was a 1-1 affair also ended by darkness at Philadelphia april 21# As Tamulis made his season s Bow with a five hit five strikeout Job. The Chunky Southpaw always has been a winning Pitcher but has had a hard time proving it. He joined the Yankees after a Good season with Newark in the International in 1 934 and pitched an impressive a even hit Victory which earned hint a berth with new York for 1935. When he appeared in 30 games winning 1< and losing five. Hack to new irk but he became by sent Hack to Newark and by the time he was Able to go again the \ Angels weren t needing southpaws. He was obtained by the Browns last year and. After dropping Bis first three starts was waived to Brooklyn where he produced a dozen victories. This Spring he has had to Buck manager Leo Durocher s desire to Experiment and since his flashy but unproductive debut has been called upon Only twice to Start. Once he was knocked nut along with a lot of others in a game which the dodgers finally won. On the other occasion he shut out the cardinals. 2-0. He was the third hurler called upon yesterday and in his slow solemn fashion reeled off eleven scoreless innings on four hits. With the temperature at about 4. Degrees cold fingers contributed nine errors to the Early inning scoring but the hatters never had a Chance against Tamulis and Rookie Walter Higbe. Who worked the last seven innings for the cubs on one hit. Nation let Zil prexy for sees major a gel clues going West by in i new York. Ford Frick Yout the National lot of things i major league on within 50 years think any of to a change in t tie Al f vex in \ Lim a r a a i president of gue foresees a a i tiding a. Third tile Pacific coast 1>ut tie does no to mar ill live to see present lineup of big league cities. He had been cd iced if t Here was anything to a a esd tac trn Iii r groins the rounds that a to e baseball magnates were toy n a with tile idea of reducing St Sand Philadelphia to one term to Vns. Its a Rumor that c r o p s up every year about this time springing no doubt from co to to on in now ledge that the four cd u ii own ions. Iii the two cities Are staring a raid tingly to death and tit Aat everybody concerned would w Elcome such a change. A a its a great i d a Frick admitted a but nothing in timing done about it nothing can be done Al it a Olu Tely nothing. It s just one of t in. O sub things. Maybe id better explain tile situation. A take for instance St trouts. There s no Don by it does a t need both a National and an american league Dull. I resident Sam Breadon of the cardinals makes no secret that Ivas would i the to move his Tea in a o Detroit which is a great City so to cd a swell baseball town. It surely would support another cd u to it. A but what Bre amp Don run into there Only tile fact that Walter Briggs of he tigers owns elusive territorial rights. No other team can move in without his permission. A fall right suppose Briggs says hell make a Deal and let the cardinals move into Detroit if Brooklyn will move Over and make room for an american league team. Its doubtful Briggs would make such a proposition and even More doubtful the Brooklyn owners would agree to it. But of they did. Then you would have four of the 16 big league teams concentrated right Here in new York. Maybe the giants and the Yankees like that. A so you see the whole proposition is so involved that it does no to seem Worth the Effort. The one thing we really have in baseball is ironclad territorial rights. Even a class a a cd team could Block any change we tried to make if it thought we were infringing on its territory. A a there a been a lot of talk about moving a big league team into Jersey City. It be done unless every club in the International league gave its consent and you can guess How much Chance there is of that happening. Newark would be the first to Block such a move which would put the bears in direct Competition with big league Ball. A the same goes for any other City we might select Baltimore Minneapolis All of them. There a Only one Chance i can see for there to he a new big league City. One of these Days we might have eight the Detroit Franth i and to As sex of them out West. Lea a sin u amer1c.% Leao a a. Teams new York. I Boston Chicago Cleveland Washington i Detroit St. Loins Philadelphia Fitch Erht pitching fixed Day had an important nation v teams a St lout Cincinnati place in most of yesterday s other Boston although games. Monte Pearson wild held the St. Louis Browns to four hits As the Yankees won their seventh straight 43. Bill Dietrich and Clint Brown gave up Only five in the Chicago White sox s 6-3. Ten inning Triumph Oier the red sox and Rookie Walter Mastodon scattered six singles in Washington a 4-1 Victory Over the Detroit tigers Adelphia and Cleveland Day off. In the National Hugh Mulcahy limited the pirates to five hits for the Phillies 7-3 Conquest Bucky Walters spread seven for Cincinnati against the Boston bees to win. 61. And the giants beat the cardinals 9-5. On a Nice Rescue Chicago Brooklyn new York Pittsburgh. Philadelphia Wron lost pct. It 5 .773 13 �,1 .684. _ 14 to .583. 12 to .5459 i 4 391 to x sex 385 9 is 375 6 is 286 a. A g x x won los t pct. 13 9 591. 13 to 55. 12 i x .522 12 12 .500 a a. In i x .500xxx x 3 458. To 13 .435. To 13 435 fights last night. By associated press Cardiff Wales a Tommy Farr 204 stopped Larry gains 204%, Canada 5. Wrestling last night by associated pre Rochester de Don George 228, North Java n. A a a Defeated Gino Garabaldi 225, Missouri who defaulted. Pacific coast league san Diego 3 Sacramento i. Seattle i Portland 0 sen Francisco 3 lot Angeles 4. Oakland 3 Hollywood i. Natives of Africa speak More than 275 languages. Winning tally comes through Smith s error con. From Page 4 Sec a Blin Jankowski m Watts Hopkins. Huns batted in Daney Fitzpatrick. Dvorak Barnes Parks 2, Carroll. Hamblin 3, Barker 2. Suggs 2. Two base hits Suggs. Knapp. Branch Parks Hamblin. Home run Suggs. Stolen base Dvorak. Sacrifices Barnes. Barker m. Watts Fitzpatrick Carroll. Double Playa Parks to m. Watts to Hopkins m Watt to Parks to Hopkins. Left on bases Salisbury 9. Landis i. Bases in balls Daney 5, Jankowski 5. Bessunger i. Strikeouts Daney 3, Jankowski 7, Bessunger i. Hits off Jankowski 12 in 7 2-3 Bessunger 0 in i 1-3. Hit by pitched by Daney Fitzpatrick Baua Ewen. Wild pitch Jankowski. Winning Pitcher Bessunger. Umpires Connors Young. Time 2 10. Mooresville hits hard for 8-1 win Concord May is. A Tho moors broke Loose in the second inning to score five runs and went ahead to Down Concord 8 to i Here last night. Box score and summary Mooresville Concord a r h o a r h n White 3b 4 10 2 Nuney of 4 0 0 3 temp Eton As 3 i i 2 Welting 3b 3 0 0 2 Milner of 4 a 3 i of a Gerald of 5 0 2 1 4 12 9 Baker 2b 111 Oon Aon of i i i Coombs la i i i Saab is 12 9 Russello is i 0 i pare c Berry p Carrier Mccall of Blair of Black 2b he is a c Teague p la Hotkey p Balch p a Beard xxx Bauleo 4 0 14 4 0 0 j 4 0 0 a 2 0 0 3 10 0 0 4 12 4 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 Iii jul hurl Iii 11 i i Hull to top Oakdale Tomlinson Industrial Oung wins fast game 20 whiffs eight totals 36 8 la 27 totals 36 i 5 27 a hot Tor Balch in a the. Xxx hit for Mauney in 9th, score by innings r Mooresville. Oso 300 ooo�?8 Concord. Ooi too 000�?1 errors Templeton 2. Black Mauney. Baker 2, Coombs 2. Assists White Templeton 3, Black 4, Teague 3. Baker 6. Saab Russello 3. Pare 2, Balch 2. Run batted in Templeton Milner 2, Mccall Blair. Black 2, Hicks. Fitzgerald two base hits Milner Baker. Three base hits Black. Sacrifices Milner Mccall. Left on yes Mooresville 9, Concord la. Bases on balls Teague 3. Boskey 4, Balch 2. Strikeouts Teague 9. Berry i Balch i. Hit off Berry 6 in i 2-3 Boskey 2 in i 2-3 Balch 3 in 5 2-3. Passed Ball Hicks umpires Ingram Lohr. Time 2 05, the Acme of perfection was reached in the Industrial league season when yesterday afternoon when Bill Angel Tomlinson hurler let Oakdale Down with three hits and bested Young in an air tight hurling Duel 2 to 0, on the High Point College Diamond. The defeat was the second in a Row for the Oak. Cany Culler. Tomlinson hurler scored the first run in the third inning after his single Bowman s sacrifice and Brinkley s safety the Only Frame in which the victors were Able to collect two hits off Young. All totalled they could murder Only four while eight mommies went Down on strikes before Youngs slants. Ingram crossed Over in the eighth for the final tally. Only one error was made no bases on Baile were handed out and the tussle one of the keenest this season was played in one hour 45 minutes. Oakdale Tomlinson a r h o a r h o Burge 3b 4 0 0 0 Culler c 4 116 of 2 0 0 1 Bowman of 3 0 i 2 4 0 0 2 Holt 2b 4 0 10 Bra no Ley 3b 4 0 0 2 Hulsey la 1 0 010 hucks of 4 0 0 8 Ingram of 2 0 10 3 0 11 on these two lads the skill of t least seam other popular ride can not afford to be overlooked in the coming events. Riders Lik Alex swing three times second place Winner in As Many race and Grady Weaver Veteran c More than four seasons of trac driving should make compete Tion a Little faster and Perhai a bit a a hotter for the favorite from the Queen City. American association Columbus 6 Louisville 5 13 innings Kansas City 6 Minneapolis 3. At. Paul 3 Milwaukee i. Indianapolis to Toledo i. The four it Normal it High lid wave is Abri in the open ores i mow the Only tire with a geared to the Road a skid Protection Osborne 2b is Rhyne of came Bell la Butler c Young p Foust of Bert is Angel p 2 0 0 1 4 0 12 3 0 012 3 0 0 3 3 110 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 totals 30 0 3 21 totals 27 2 score by innings Oakdale. Tomlinson. Error Burge. Two 4 27 too too ooo0 Ooi too dix�?2 base hit Bow Man. A. Clark sacrifice hot Bowman. Struck out by Young 8 by Angel 3. Yow and Broadway. Time 1 45. Grudge Battle expected in Salisbury motorcycle races Cothran wins one Day meet Charlotte May up a Jane Cothran of Greenville s. C., Aho a 75 yesterday and won Low Gross honors in the Myers Park country club s on Day invitational Golf tournament. Marlon Miley of Lexington kv., the new Southern a Hampton turned in a 77 for second place in the 18-Hole medal play. Salisbury May 18. A a grudge Battle Between Doug Creech and Al crisis two of i North Carolinas Foremost motorcycle riders is in Prospect for racing fans who turn out sunday afternoon for the six event program scheduled at the Rowan track. The two Charlotte boys who have been in and out of first place in practically every event they have entered during the past two years Are making it known that they Are sighting for the motorcycle championship of this state. Although the spectators attention will obviously be riveted Usi our quicker easier credit a Why take chances with Ordinary tires get safer longer wearing quieter Miller a a geared to the Road tires at no extra Cost your credit is Good Herel i accounts opened in 5 minutes ii pm Point thu to Battery co. A Joi Joh College Street phone him i. L. Barker prop. Poll took the at Waggert a Friday and saturday specials a<1ni antique design first Quality Gold Handl d 4w Aho Jug of ii Rogers Conin plate and Heil loom plate on easy terms. A actuation gift pay $1.00 week $2495 photo your to pay restricted i to d a fee offer Royal portable Las of i of cams Wagger jewelry co. Elwood hotel Corner High Point. 34 w main St., Thomasville n. I teams Concord. Monaville Kannapolis Lexington Salisbury Landis Thomasville Cooleemee. Leagle a. Wow lost pct. 12 t .632 x x s .579 to 9 .526 to 9 .526 to 9 .526 9 to .474 in x x .421 6 13 .316 results y osterday amf.rie.w.?u league Chicago 6. 3 a to new York 4 at. Souls 3. Washington 4 i get x wot % x. Other not xxx. A Carolina s part in the new York world s fair nation Cincinnati a 34 Philadelphia t new York 9. So Chicago 9 Bro dings darkness it eeag1 we i. Pittsburgh m to xxi 5. Kollyn 9 i tie 19 in North Cooleemee 12 Mooresville 3. Kannapolis 5 Ninga Salisbury 8 Omas Villi a. Angton to. To in 7. Piei�lc�7ntr . E n Ort Elk 5 Char i of. 4. Richmond 7 get vex or am 3. Portsmouth 3 w to Aston Salem Rocky mount Zzz j Villas a a. Tar Hickl. Flag la of. Lenoir 6 Newton Conover a Shelby i state As. V Hie o. Gastonia 13 Hickory 6. By state usagu1 Mayodan i 3ovi tax re. Boy to a Martinsville 3 tit i a City 2_ Danville 12 i to. Bassett 15 Reid a Ville 12. O. South atl.antt1c league Columbus 6 gig or a act nah 3. Augusta 8 Sp�r-taarxt3virg a. Macon i Jacksonville o. Intern Baltimore 4-5 Quot pc Montreal 13 23> Ara Buffalo 6 be or Jersey City 3. Innings tie. Cd a in an i Al Lead roil to 3�?x. Vise to. 3. Seven i games today sati it i also to Etc i Cef Etc a a was i new York at St. to Salvo i is. Warneke <4-1 a or <3. Davis 3-2. Boston at Cine a xxx Ati a Macfayden 3-1 is. Var xxx or Meer 1-1 or Der ringer 3-1. Brooklyn at c Utica to Ivy Lingo 2-1 is. Lee 4-3. Philadelphia a u. Fitts Burgh Hollingsworth 0-2 it a. Tobin a 2-2. League a pitchers or in Mills 0-1 Hudlyn Amer in also prox Arakal St Louis at re or w a a a is. Ruffing 5-0 it. Cleveland at a 3-2 is. Caster 4 31 a z3t it Chicago at Boato a. Whitehead a. Anker 1-1 Detroit at w sushi i Egton St Caln 1-0 is. Car Rasta Loio. 0-2 n. So at league Lexington at i. Ii a pol i. Landis at Salissa sex r y. Concord at Mooreiv Hie. Cooleemee at to Thomasville. Performance to v Ter Johnny in i Horner of be a in lha Sci Eul u. I it ick ? to it a Sou coff Man of to i in met t tenth w Ith one on the court of states at the sew York world s fair. The second building from the right houses the Sorth Carolina exhibit. Wachovia services can he helpful in your plans for visiting the fair. A personal loan will provide funds and travellers checks and letters of credit will Protea your Money while travelling. Through our new York connections we can arrange for special financial services while attending the fair. To the new York worlds fair visitors from All parts of the world will learn More about our own states natural and Man made advantages. For in the court of states North Carolina w ill present a dramatic exhibit. A perfectly balanced rotating sphere reflecting the Many hues of the spectrum w ill symbolize North Carolina As the balanced and colourful state the Quot court of tourism Quot will depict a changing Trio Rama of our Quot variety vacationland Quot and twelve giant sized figures in the halt of development a will represent the economic accomplishments and opportunities which our state offers. North Carolinas Story will be Well told and Many thousands of visitors will pass through North Carolina on their w a to and from the fair thus actually seeing for themselves our state and its Many attractions and advantages. Wachovia Bank and Trust company Salisbury Raleigh Winston Salem High Point Asheville Man brr it Jar a1 Ftp Oil inter Matt corporation atm bar Ltd try Raim a St Nam to anniversary year ass

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