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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 18, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Saturday. Max 18. 1940the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center no Industry High Point. North Carolina Page five final performance Al Wedgefield show Tonitte a a a a a a a a a a mighty yank machine rumbling out of slump serve notice by Licking sox and Southpaw Brooklyn and reds win Claude Passeau hurls a two Hitler Over giants by Jipson Bailey associated press sports writer signals Over left handed pitching Isnit making the world Champion new York Yankees lie Down and play dead any longer so the opposing managers in the american league had better scout out some new strategy quickly. Do runs the first Momti of the Tea so to the champions faced left handed hurlers in 14 of their first 2o games and lost to of them. Ii i Kuhnt but things Are different now. During the gloomy Days the Yankees batting order had five left handed hitters six when at by Donald or Vernon Gomez Pitcher. Yesterday there were Only two and the club it untied the Chicago White sox 1-1. The second straight Triumph aisle the yanks within a halt ame of the seventh place White sox like the previous Victory Ste Day s was at the expense of Southpaw Kuga r Smith. Joe Dimaggio who returned to Eton last week hit his first Omer of the year for two runs in he first inning. In the fourth the Eam i Ollette four More. In the Day s Only other game in he american league the Cleveland indians massacred the Wasli Egton senators 18-1. They pile up ten runs in the first inning on Levi n pc elks and five him an Deled More As i toy wont along to i it kit in the Best pitching stint How j it. Claude Passeau held the new Oik giants to two singles in give i g the a hic ago cubs to 4-0 shut i it. Passeau had a no hitter until e sixth. In the first inning. Stan Hack f the cubs was hit on the head y a Ball batted by teammate Lank Leiber. But the injury was t j a serious a at first believed and in player was due to be released of a new York Hospital today. J Brooklyn managed to Edge out j e St. Lamia cardinals 4-3 in a Range game. Baseball scoreboard yesterdays results american league Cleveland 18 Washington i. New York 6 Chicago. I. Philadelphia at Detroit ram. Boston at St. Louts rain. National league Brooklyn 4 St. Loula 3 Chicago 4 new York 0. Cincinnati 7 Philadelphia. 2 Pittsburgh at Boston rain a International league Baltimore 8 Jersey City 3 it ginnings other games postponed rain and cold american association Milwaukee 6 Minneapolis 3. Louisville 6 Toledo 2. Indianapolis 3 Columbus 2. St. A amp us Ksn aaa City. Rain. Pacific coast Feagle san Diego 4 Sacramento 0. Seattle 5 Portland 0, Oakland 3 los Angeles 4 san Francisco 6 Hollywood a a Southern As Sovatkin Little Rock 7 Knoxville 2. Atlanta to new Orleans 3 Chattanooga 7 Birmingham Memphis 9 Nashville 2. Eastern league Scranton 7 Hartford 8. Albany 4 Williamsport 3. Springfield 9 Wilkes Barre 2 Elmira Binghamton wet grounds. A a North state league Kansas 3 Lexington i. Mooresville 8. Concord 2 Salisbury 8 Landis 3. Of innings. Thomasville 5 Cooleemee i. By state league trl Citte 2 Bassett i of innings South Boston 3 Mayodan 4. Reidsville 7 Martinsville 4. It. Airy 2 Danville i. Tar Heel league Gastonia to Newton 8 Statesville 8. Lenoir 3. Shelby a Hickory 3 South Allan tic league Jacksonville la Columbia 6. Spartanburg 8. Macon 3. Savannah 12 Greenville a Columbus 4 Augusta 3. Coastal Flaim league new Bern 2 Greenville 0 Snow Hill 12 Tarboro to. Goldsboro 13 Williamston 8 Wilson 7 Kinston 8 a. Piedmont league Portsmouth 2-4. Richmond 0-2 standings others mile in of Jimmie Bradley Coll returns to scene of greatest 1939 Triumph new York May Melee. Colonel k. R. Bradley s eat Colt who has been making i the other three year Olds look by this Spring except when he de the experts look silly by run j in second in tile Kentucky Derby returned to the scene of hts latest 1030 Triumph today. The last time he ran at Bel int Park Jimmie won the fun Ity and the major share of a 7,7lo purse. Today he aimed at s classic Withers mile and Augh Money to int his winnings or the $200,000 Mark provid a All to rivals named overnight tided to accept the Issue the others should Gross about $17,-��?� Kvin in the Field included Joseph e. J Idenar a roman beaten in the Rby and Tony pelleted anyone of Himmie s bleakness Mims. The others nominated were v. Whitney Para Sang mrs. One int a col Don work Hitney a Calory. Mrs. In s. Pay is Call to colors mrs k. Grain Lewis Jacomaro and general Nager William Ziegler a in arge. And William Woodward a Xii arc. Eson blasts Adams Millis go thanks by 15 to 2 tally Beesons marauding softball in blasted out 21 hits to Wal the Adams Millis nighthawks to 2, yesterday afternoon in a y league game. Store by innings k h e m nighthawks too 020 0�? 2 4 21 Esons 2 11 12 030 x 1 $ 21 Kemp and Maust 8toker and Lier. American it ague team won lost pct. Boston. It 6 .750 Cleveland. Is 8 852 Detroit. .12 la 522 Philadelphia. La 12 478 Washington. To 14 417 St. Lout. 9 13 .409 Chicago. A 14 391 new York. A a 14 384 National league team won lost pct. Cincinnati. .17 3 .773 Brooklyn. .18 3 .782 Chicago. .14 la 580 new York .12 to .545 Philadelphia. 8 12 .401 St. Lout. I is 333 Button. 8 14 .500 Pittsburgh. 14 300 coastal Plain league team won lost pct. Tarboro. .18 4 818 Wilson. .13 7 850 Kinston. .12 8 800 Goldsboro. To to 500 Snow Hui. 8 12 .400 Greenville. 8 13 381 new Bern. 8 13 381 Williamston. 5 13 .250 Tvr Heel league team won lost pct. Statesville. 13 3 .722 Gastonia. La 7 .611 Lenoir. La s .573 Hickory la 8 579 Newton. 6 12 .333 Shelby. 3 15 .187 North state Leaf ii team won lost pct. Concord. .12 8 .667 Mooresville. La 7 611 Salisbury. La 8 .579 Thomasville. 9 8 .529 Landis. 8 9 .471 Lexington. To .375 Kannapolis. 7 la 389 Coo loomed. 5 to .333 by state league team won lost pct Bassett. 14 7 887 try cattle. ,. I 8 .579 Martinsville. La 9 .550 South Boston. .12 la .522 it. Airy. To to .500 Mayodan. 8 to .474 Reidsville. S 12 .400 Danule. 8 13 .381 Piedmont league team won lost pct. Richmond. .18 8 .867 Asheville. 13 la .577 Rocky mount. .15 la .577 Durham. .13 la .542 Portsmouth. 13 .548 Norfolk. 13 .409 Charlotte. 8 13 .381 Winston Salem. 8 17 .320 Maryland and Duk Challenge Heel trackman Well balanced Carolina team favored for conference title again Williamsburg a. May 18. I a it was the University of North Carolinas two time champions against the Field in the finals of the Isth annual Southern conference track meet today with Maryland and Duke Given an outside Chance to upset the Well a balanced tar Heel squad. None of the big three lost an i expected Point Winner in the j qualifying tests in ten of the 15 events yesterday but an infer Ted foot Cost North Carolina the services of Jim Davis Holder of the conference mile record and one of the few collegians in the country who can keep step with Maryland a Mason Chronis. Dukes supremacy in the hot i put javelin and discus w hich is j j expected to net the blues Tad Dur a Ham contestants one two finishes in each of these events for 2 7 Points together with Ernie Vail a Good showing in the too and 220-Yard heats and Browne a 50.3 Quarter mile yesterday helped establish Duke As that a most Likely earn to end Carolinas reign. Maryland s halt kers predicted however that the Black and Gold Jer Seyed terms would finish one two in the half male and mile Joe Murphy would retain his too and 220-Yard dash individual titles an the mile relay team would win handily As a nucleus toward dethroning the tar heels. North Carolina is counting on one two finishes for March and Mendel in the High and Low hurdles but Griffin Callahan a surprising entry from William and Mary who won his Low hurdle heat and finished a close second to March in the highs might beat out one of the favourites. The versatile March is slated to win the High jump on form and place no More than second i in the Broad jump for the tar i heels. North Carolina s Crockett. I defending two mile Champion will have to he at his Peak to outrun j Maryland s Fields undefeated this i season with an unexpended Best j time of 9 4 1. North Carolinas juggernaut qualified 16 entries yesterday. Maryland 15 and Duke 14. None j of the other schools has a Chance at the team title. There were no j qualifying tests in the High jump pole vault one and two mile runs and the one mile relay yesterday. Finals in the Field events were set for 3 30 p m. With the track finals scheduled to Start a half hour later. A Iraq. A twins set Back tourists 6-5 Richmond s league leading Colts drop doubleheader to Portsmouth Charlotte. May 18-Rocky mount took Over place in the Piedmont ran at the Sedgefield horse show games today Algate soaps Modi Vuk. A i for Aile or St its 2 for i we red Box for washing Dube agon Noa i. 4 for us 7kntrated or St is. .2 for inc Blue Box for washing clothes agon powder .4 for he agon toilet. .3 for 14c ago n Grana Lei soup. 2 for i we agon Cleanser.2 for we k 3 for i Miff by it ii super suds v la. Idol North main american league also probable pitchers new York at Chicago Sundra 0-21 versus be 1-1. Philadelphia at Detroit Dean 3-1 Vernia Newsome 2-1. Washington at Cleveland i -1 versus Allen 2-2 Boston at St. Louis a versus r Harris 2-1. Norfolk while Asheville was losing to Winston Sai my. The tars took the first game from Rocky mount. 3-1. And the red sox won the second 6-3. Oren Baker held the sox to six scattered biggies in the opener while the tars were rapping out nine against Heflin in the night Cai the sox warmed up with a run in each of the second and third in j bings then got hot in the fourth and crossed Home plate four times i Richmond s league leading Colts dropped a doubleheader to Portsmouth 0-2, 2-4, although they outhit the cubs in each con a test. Watkins limited he cubs to three biggies in the first tilt j while his mates were getting seven off lefty Wilson. In the Nightcap. Portsmouth got five the Colts seven hut again the cub bunched theirs to winning advantage. Hills l Osk third Over in Durham the bulls lost their third consecutive game this i time to Charlotte 9-4. The bulls.1 Happy at first Over the dedication i of their new Park found a dismal i note in the Way the hornets launched their Early assault on Liske and continued it against his Quat ious Ellis Bushi spotlight taken Tull in ii la rvs Iii closing classes Virginia horses dominate Hunter and jumper classes in Friday exhibitions three and five gaited stake events offer s500 each in prize Money by soc Chak Alks Enterprise sports editor Sedgefield May 18.�?a pair of Rich purses $300 ii prizes for each class commanded the spotlight As the colourful Sedgefield horse show started into its final performance tonight at 8 of clock. Sedgefield summaries summaries of the Sedgefield horse shows second Day program follow Road Hacks glory Road owned by mrs. Dorothy n Lee Middleburg. A and Ridden by miss Bruce Bove. Finn. Candorette. Owned and Ridden by mis Eleanor Moffett. Asheville second Brandon Pride owned and Ridden by mrs. Margery Daniel. Brandon. Va., third lady Durham owned by mile away stable. Southern Pines and rid the fifth and Semi final pee formative was to be reeled off the it afternoon in 14 clan ses with the Rich Hunter stake of prizes totalling $300 closing out the. Afternoon session. Featuring tonight a show Wii be a quartet of climactic Stak events. Headliners will be the three and Tive gaited stake clause Worth $500 each. Second will by the Fine harness take and walking horse stake each Worth $150 in prizes. Virginia leads yesterday s afternoon and nigh performances were dominated by Virginia horses with mrs. Dorothy n. Lee of Middleburg a sex Den by mrs a o Moss. Amateur three gaited naughty Alen Bobbing the Brilliant red Fox to Mary. Owned by Leatherwood farms. J win blues in the Middle and heavy Bluefield w. Vs., and Ridden by Emily weight Hunter class in the after Cassels first Lawson of Boxwood ,llhr.� Fiah hark my die owned by Fowler Grandview farm. No in Ash Hack lode the Winston Salem and Ridden he o. R i win nine hours do Quot in the a it Quot Fowler second count Peacock owned i and Ridden by Nathan Ayers Sedgefield. Green Light owned by Pinetop j stables Atlanta. Oa., and Ridden by mrs. Maddox Whitley fourth. Teams of three sport Marvel owned and Ridden by George Benoot Fredericksburg a. Dark Searer own re and Ridden by mrs. Moss. And red Fox. Owned by mrs. Dorothy n. Lee j Middleburg. And Ridden by Aubrey i Flashback first Spanish King. Owned j and Ridden by Earl n. Phillips High Point postman owned and Ridden by Nathan Ayers Sedgefield and bran a Dywaine owned and Ridden by Charles i Kearns. High Point second lady Gray. Owned and Ridden by Frank e Curran. Greensboro Royal Ransom owned and Ridden by t. V. Rochelle Sedgefield and then came Hack with red Fox to capture the corinthian event with an outstanding performance Laet night. Virginia bred horses virtually controlled the Hunter class with second going to sport Marvel of Fredericksburg and owned by George Benoit third to hunger Hill from the Hobby horse farm of Hollins va., and Ridden by Forrest Ward. Robert w. Daniel Rode Village miss of Brandon va., to fourth place. The Rich open jumper stake Worth $150 in prizes was won by the sensational lady Durham from the crack mile away stable land Star red owned and Ridden by of sout hem Pines and put t Brough after in won Blin i in Lite local above toting Frank lir Imin of or dec Ltd hot on so it0 Torii ii ii ilm cd Cia. Below iwo of the outstanding Seq j in Lien him Laking pan Iii Hie Sedgefield Horae show Are la Beme Bowe of Brandon \ a., left holding \ hingelh., and Eleano Loffett of Asheville holding Lier Sterling Landol Elte which won first place in the Hunter harks Cia. Village la was second in the Smit event. Miss Bowe has Ridden More than a Doz Quot ii winners since the three a non owned by trs. Lac and Ridden Day show started i thursday afternoon. Fullback second sports Marvel Jack Rochelle Sedgefield. Third Junior walking horses chief of Sunset owned by c. Chapman. Greens i Ville. S. C., and Ridden by Wade Stepp. First Allen flaming steam owned by f a Stanley and son. Stanleytown ? a. And Ridden by h. H Ferrell second my Joy. Owned by h a. Hinkle and Ridden by Tom Lucas Amateur n. Owned five gained la lat love. Owned and Ridden by or. Herman Well Goldsboro first Mystic Maiden owned and Ridden by mrs Henry Jobe Raleigh 8tar Laurie owned and Ridden by Clay Welker Greensboro. Open gentleman horsemanship Pearl owned by Sedgefield sublet and Ridden by Nathan Ayers first. Flaming Rex owned and Ridden by Sidney b. Allen second master april owned and Ridden by George Benoit Fredericksburg. Va., third my Bald stocking. Owned and Ridden by Robert c. Lucas. Greensboro fourth. Middle and heavyweight Hunters. Red Fox owned by mrs. Dorothy n Lee. Middleburg. \ and Ridden by Aubrey i i Fishback. First sports Marvel owned j by George Benoit and Ridden by Russell Walther. Second. Hunger Hill owned by Hobby horse farm Hollins. A. J and Ridden by Forrest Ward third i Village miss owned by Robert Daniel. Brandon. Va., and Ridden by miss Brice Bowe three year old Fine harness Core j nation Rose. Owned by c. F swam and c. Conner and Ridden by a t j Case jr., first Moonbeam owned by Leatherwood farms. Bluefield w a and Ridden by Johnny Lucas glow owned by Zeb Ashe j and Ridden by Bohon Lucas third College class judged for horseman j ship Only miss Ellen Fisher trial miss Susan Correll second miss Anna Fisher third miss Ruth Slocumb j fourth miss Ann Baker fifth three sited 15 2 and Over Rex Behn. Owned and Ridden by Julius m John j Ston. Charlotte first Sylvania Allen owned by l g. Traxler Spartanburg. S cd a and Ridden by Bohon Lucas i second Feu dist june owned by r w Raker Greensboro Sud Ridden by Anne i Baker third. Green Light owned by i Pinetop stables. Atlanta a anti Ridden by mrs. Maddox Whitley fourth corinthian red Fox. Owned by mrs 1 Dorothy n. Lee. Middleburg a. And j Ridden by Aubrey Flashback first. Speed state sees last collegiate games Wake Forest state Battle this afternoon Carolina Duke tonight Charlotte m. The last week end Ulo ii i baseball in North Faro Siua rolled around today finding Duke and North Carolina at Greensboro for a night Battle. Tim tar hoots must trim Dulce tonight and again monday to capture the state Crown. They have won six games and lost one. Wake Forest in second place Ila won j seven and lost two. And Duke Bas j win four and lost four in the big j five Richmond claim. A owned and Ridden by George Benoit conference title with no defeats. Fredericksburg va., third Village miss. North Carolina state took and owned by Robert w Daniel. Brandon. A and Ridden by miss Bruce Bowe fourth. Five galled stallions and geldings Vantage of seven Davidson errors yesterday and won 5-4. The wolves did All their scoring in the fourth and fifth innings by hunching four hits. To Southern the will a no i t i Hill. College baseball season use monday with the Duke Carolina game at Chapel l9u a gift Lulu a it appeared today that the to i lash _ a i Iii ii better known As the purple Flash has talked himself into something that he w wishes he could gel the Flash is slate it rounds with Tommy two successors. Thurman let the Durham lads have Only three hits hut issued nine free tickets to first. The twins set Back Asheville 6-5, running the cellar test winning sneak to three. Winston a boxing match Des Leni slapped out five successive i knowledge profess doubles and a Homer for five runs Mon Haynes 1 in the sixth sending Beers to the showers. The circuit blow w As by j Brinsky his first of the season. Harris 2-11 National league also probable pitchers Cincinnati at Philadelphia a Derringer 3-2 versus Mulchay 3-1. Chicago at new York Olsen 1-0 versus Yumbert 3-2. St. Louis at Brooklyn Mcgee 2-2 versus Samulls 1-0. Pittsburgh at Bostons Bauers 0-0 versus Posedel 2-2. He state league Danule at it. Airy. Tri cities at Basset. Martinsville at Reidsville Mayodan at South Boston. A a North state league Kannapolis at Lexington Mooresville at Concord. Salisbury at Landis. Thomasville at Cooleemee. Tar Heel league Gastonia at Newton. Hickory at Shelby. Statesville at Lenoir. Piedmont league Portsmouth at Rocky mount. Richmond at Norfolk. Asheville at Wlnston-8alem. Charlotte at Durham. A a a a a a coastal Plain league Kinston a Wilson Tarboro at Snow Hui Golf Shoro a Williamston. Greenville at new Bern. Wrestling in the St j i i ton is reel Arena mop the ring Battle w Basharat own Chou i looks As though he a j dreadfully had Chob a Loo quickly and tried 1 i too much. After a a last week with Tony the referee. Bashara two out of three fail Tommy Marvin. Rimmed or the decision Bashara on his Hind legs and d the crowd and the Wor Era that he had been tile crowd tiling Ai minutes while Bash nits. Taunts and Marvin in the Dies of a vol lug to get i Marvin departed i talks self i million to do Battle with Marvin in any Way that Marvin chosen gloves Hare fists wrestling or even with clubs. The cagey Marvin suggested Golden sensation owned by leather Wood farms. Bluefield. W va., and Ridden by Johnny Lucas five Star final. Owned by Pinetop stables. Atlanta and Ridden by Whitley second. The Topper owned by Draud mrs. J. P Mcdonough and Ridden by Goode m Watkins third great Chance own eel and Ridden by Fred a. Fuller. Greenville. S. Children horsemanship. 12 to 16 years first. Gilly Choice owned by Jim Barnwell Burlington and Ridden by miss Jane Wharton. Joyous Esquire owned by Fowler grand View farm Winston Salem and Ridden by Ann Lee Graham second lady Jane owned by mrs. Herman Well Goldsboro Ridden by miss Betty Well third lady Margaret. Owned and Ridden by miss Mary Sutherland. Atlanta. Ga., fourth Para of jumpers forester owned and Ridden by j. Auster Donaldson. Sarasota. Fla., and lady Jane also owned the 10-round fight and Bashara by Donaldson and Ridden by Bobby he j grabbed the Chance. The catch in the match however has recently come to Light. Bashara according to promoter i. A Mcmahon has not had much fighting experience. On the other ton first sport Marvel owned by George Benoit. Fredericksburg a. And Ridden by Russell Walter and red Fox. Owned by mrs. Dorothy n. Tee. Middleburg. A and Ridden by Arthur Fallback second Star Rod owned Ard Ridden he Jack Rochell. Sedgefield in lid Tommy Marvin is a Veteran and Al Pico owned by Frank Simmons her Parea by w. O. Moss head of i the stables. Despite the fierce Competition i from the Host of crack exhibitors 1 from seven states High Point riders and horses did Well. A Krs gets a huk Nathan Ayers Riding i own Pearl won the ouly Blue taken by a High Point exhibitor when he was judged first in the open gentleman s horsemanship class j the most impressive showing was made in the teams of three i class when High pointers finished second and third. The team of Spanish King owned and Ridden by Karl n. Phillips. Postman owned and Ridden by Nathan avers. And Brandywine owned and Ridden by Charles Kearns took i second place in that class third in the same class was the team of Royal Ransom owned and Ridden by t. V. Rochelle Star Rod. Own a and Ridden by Jack Rochelle and lady Gray. Owned and Ridden by Frank Curran. In the open jumper stake Karl Phillips Spanish King took third and Young Alfried Bryson Riding spot took fourth. High pointers took thirds in the following Amateur three gaited. Count Peacock owned and Ridden by Nathan avers pairs of jumpers. Star Rod. Owned Aud Ridden by Jack Rochelle and Al Pito. Owned by Frank Simmons and Ridden by George Bryson or. The schedule Nati Iuka y�?1 80 i. M. Event Laos 1. Local Pony class. 2. Saddle . Saddle Colts two years. 4. Saddle filly two years6. Saddle Colt stake 6. Sedgefield Hunters. 7. Combination five Saith a. 5. Children s Las 9 ladies Hunter. 10. Amateur n. owned in gaited 11. Us King stallions and Geld Ings. 12. Park Saddle. 13. Guilford county five gaited. 14. Hunter stake. Saturday a i. M. Kiriu Laxx i. A. T. S. A. Medal. 2 Fine harness stake 3. Family class. 4 Hunter championship 5. Open ladies horsemanship. 6. Walking horse stake. 7. Pairs of riders. 8. Roadsters. 9. Three gaited stake. To touch and out. La. Five gaited stake. Ridden by Billy Wilkins Greensboro second lady Jane owned by or. Herman Well. Goldsboro Ridden by miss Betty Well third. Three gaited 15.2 and udder naughty Glen Mary owned by Leatherwood farms. Bluefield. W a Ridden by Johnny Lucas first artistic lady. Owned by Fowler Grandview farms. Winston Salem Ridden by c. T. Case jr., second Debutante owned and Ridden by Norton Arney Johnson City. Tenn., third Pinetop Prince owned by Pinetop stables Atlanta ga., Ridden by Maddox Whitley fourth. Thorough bied and Helf bred Hunter North Call. Owned by Hobby Hor farms. Hollins. Va., Ridden by Forrest out Iii Moi Oil i hic seven pm rpm pc Flash. Talking when he have been listening. Fighter having fought five world churn Pion a hiding Young strip Ling and Mike Mctigue during his ring career. He also made a Cross country exhibition with Jack Dempsey and fought the Manas mouser 44 times. That makes it look As though Bashara has gotten himself into a Pickle. Lit support to the main event High Point Ridden by George Bryson. Or. Third. Village miss. Owned by Robert w Daniel and Brandon Pride owned by mrs. Margery Randolph Daniels Blandon va., fourth. Amateur Fine harness old my Bourbon owned and Ridden by w. M Story Winston Salem first sensation glow owned and Ridden by Zeb Ashe Winston Salem. Second Golden Mist owned by Bill Valentine. Greenville 8. C., and Ridden by Dorothy Barksdale third. Roadsters won by St. Nic. Owned and he was i boxing match promoter Mcmahon j driven by Marvin c. Moore. Atlanta. To Ilia Quot line a lie upshot of the should Laa lined up two impressive wrest i Ling bouts. Blackjack Hailer the cobra hitch expert and Tom Mahoney will Hook up in the semifinal w Hile the curtain Raiser will whole Dis dirt a i lev Grove Hie Montana was a Challenge by bar Hal co who against Jake Patterson. I first buddy Filcher owned by James Filcher Winston Salem and driven by Tom Lucas second Rex owned by e c a Riddlebaugh. High Point and Dnn j in by Goodr m Watkins third porn stake Billy Bov owned Ann Ridden by Raver Welker Greensboro first. Midnight Flash owned and Colgate soaps Pai Polivka for 20c Al pkg Side .2 for 19c the red Box for washing dishes in Tago a soap i for 19c concentrated Sipek suds ____2 for 19c the Blue Box for washing clothes Octagon powder .4 for 19c Octagon toilet ,.3 for 14c in Tago n g r a ii u lated soap 2 for 19c pm to gon Cleanser. 2 for la in ukr. .2 for ii. Formerly red super Slid j. Kenneda la English

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