High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 21 1939, Page 19

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 21, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Sunday. May 21, 1939the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Conter of High Point North Carolina Pace seven Sec. . Retains i rack title Iii recon meet ruffing Pinch hits yanks to tenth straight Victory six new Marks establish 1 in s. C. Event Adams Thiis will among locals entered in horse show Chison Lead until red s Job in 7th Davis hangs i p i minute i 1.2 Miles records top All Southern meets defend Tennis title by w. Joynes Macfarlan Chapel Hill May 20.�? apr six new records went into the sout Librn conference track and held Book today and an old Mark was equalled As a Well balanced University of North Carolina team won its second consecutive Loop Chain Pion ship Aud the sixth for the tar heels since 1929. Schedule for the 17th annual seasons play in the High Point open play on tuesday afternoon with the following paired for act Ion v. M. C. A. At Blair Park. Country club at Burrus memorial. Howell Street at Woodrow Avenue. Co Tertan at Adams Millis Blair Park this schedule will consist of seven weeks play with a final series for the four highest teams competing. The trophy committee will pre the new records came in san individual trophies to the sprints and distance runs and in a he shot put. Some 3,000 watched the 17th annual Southern conference get Iii nearly Ideal track weather. Jimmy Davis North Carolina Star mile runner started the record setting in the mile run first event on the program. He was pushed closely most of the Way by Mason Chronister of Maryland who led a while during the third Lap. The team scores were North singles player having the Best percentage and the championship doubles members will be so honoured. Adams Millis netters will be defending the 1938 championship. Carolina 65 land 39 to South w Illiam and Mary 4 Aud Clemson 3. The tar heels scored the 15 events. Dick Little of South was High scorer with 13 first in the Broad jump ones in the too and yesterday. Stickler had pre Vious record at 4 8 feet 4 1-4 j inches 1938. 120-Yard High hurdles won i by Corpening North Carolina second Kinzle Duke third Duke 43 Mary-1 Evans Maryland fourth. Walker Arolina 22 North Carolina. Fifth Collins. Davidson 3 Washington and Lee. Time 14 3 seconds. New record. Old in 13 of Carolin Points a and Sec-220. Joe Murphy of Maryland was next with Ion firsts in the 220 Aud too with a record tying time of 9.8 in the too. Tom Crockett of North Carolina Cut an even six seconds from the two mile record. He stepped the gruelling distance under a Bol Sun in 9 minutes 40.4 seconds. Hubbard of North Carolina set the old record of 9 minutes 46.4 seconds six years ago. Hen Dix to eth mho Mauk in the 880 Bill Hendrix of North Carolina marked up a minute 52.7 seconds to reduce the old Mark fixed by Headley of Maryland in 1938 at i minute 63.3 seconds. Bill Corpening got a fourth new record for North Carolina. He flashed Over the 120-Yard High hurdles in 14.3 seconds to whip by inches Dunn Kinzle of Duke who set the old Mark last year at 14.5. Dick strip Kler of a m. I. For the third year extended the conference record for the shot put. Yesterday Larry Craig of South Carolina set a new record at 4 8 feet. 7 5-8 inches. Stickler retrieved the title today with a push of 48 feet 8 inches. His was 4 8 feet 4 record 14.5 seconds ale in 1938. 880-Yard run won get by Ken by Hendrix Kehoe Wash White Muller 1938 record inches. The Maryland mile relay team v. Miller Jim Kehoe. Gene Ochsenreiter and a. Miller set a new i Carolina. 139 feet to record of 3 minutes 18.6 seconds. J second no Ania Duke the Maryland relay team of 1935 set the old Mark at 3 minutes 18.7 seconds. The summaries one Miles won by Davis North Carolina second Chronister Maryland third Morrison North Carolina fourth Murray Washington Aud Lee fifth Troutman North Carolina. Time 4 minutes 14.2 seconds. New record. 4 in in North Carolina second. Maryland third Harvey in ton and Lee fourth North Carolina fifth Washington and Lee. Time i minute 52.7 seconds. New record. Old record i minute 53.3 seconds by Headley Maryland. 1938. Javelin won by Sullivan. Duke 197 feet 9 inches second Hilton North Carolina 191 feet 2 1-4 inches third Weaver v. M. I., 184 feet 4 inches fourth. Sinar Richmond 178 feet 1-4 Inch fifth. Richards North Carolina 174 feet 7 inches. 220-Yard dash won by Murphy. Maryland second Little. South Carolina third. Curl j Washington and i be fourth i Johnson. Duke fifth. Lane North i Ca Olina. Time 21 4 seconds. Two mile run won by Cit North Carolina j Hardy North Carolina i Calhoun. Clemson fourth Maryland fifth time 9 minutes new record. Old utes 464 seconds North Carolina 1933. High jump tie for first Between March North Carolina and a Miller Maryland. 6 feet i is inches third Llmott Duke. 6 feet i Inch tie for fourth Winborne North Carolina. Patterson. North Carolina 6 feet. Discus won by Craig. South 3-8 inches 136 feet i Inch third Morrison. Richmond 135 feet 9 inches fourth me Vay. Richmond 120 feet % Inch fifth. Echols v. M. I., 119 feet Hubbard. On Star Hod Over the Burrier with owner Lack Rochelle aboard. Earl n. Phillip on Spanish King left Anil Charles l. Kearn a Brandywine right make team jump. 9 it inc he old record. Lewis Duke Ute 15.7 seconds 19334 40-Yard run won by ragout. Washington and Lee second Jennings. North Carolina third. Johnson. Duke fourth a. Miller Maryland fifth Ochsenreiter Maryland time 48.9 seconds. 100-Yard dash won by Mur Phy Maryland second Little. South Carolina third Reavis Duke fourth Holmes North Carolina fifth. Curl Washington and Lee. Time 9.8 seconds. Tied record held Ivy five men first set in 1925 by Foster of v. M i shot put won by stickier v. M. A 48 feet 8 i inches second Craig South Carolina 48 feet 7h inches third Nanahia Duke. 44 feet 8 4 inches fourth Echols v. A i., 4 4 feet 4 Inch Girth Slagle North Carolina 4 3 feet 1194 inches. New record. Craig s distance set new Mark 220-Yard Low hurdles won by Reavis. Duke second Evans Maryland third March North Carolina fourth. Kinzle Duke fifth Melville Washington and Lee. Time 23 6 seconds. Pole vault won by Montfort Duke 12 feet 14 inches second Rawl William and maty 12 feet 6 inches third Sample David son 12 feet 4 inches fourth. Gilbert Washington and Lee 12 feet fifth Hanff n. C. State la feet 6 inches. Broad jump won by Little. South Carolina 22 feet la inches second. Corpening. North Carolina 22 feet 7 4 inches third Tompson n. C. State 22 feet 4 Inch fourth March North Carolina 21 feet to 1-8 inches fifth Kinzle Duke 21 feet 7 1-4 inches. Mile relay won by Maryland v. Miller Kehoe. Ochsenreiter and a. Miller second North Carolina third Washington and Lee fourth Duke fifth v. M. I. Time 3 minutes 18 6 seconds new record. Old record 3 minutes 18.7 seconds Maryland. 1935. Local horses top Lii ii y i a i or a tilsit Firlit invent ten local exhibitors enter competitors in horse show South a leading performances i under Way june 8, 9 and to by Furman bisher it be a horse show if High Point could t Lay claim to an elongated lit of entries in tile annual Wedgefield event june 8, 9 and id sponsored by the Wedgefield Hunt. Ten local exhibitors have entered horses in the South a leading show two of them with double entries. Nathan Ayers president of Wedgefield show has entered his famous Green Chestnut Hunter. Postman and his three gaited Bay gelding count Peacock which won the championship in the three gaited at the last Pinehurst show. Another local double threat will be Arthur Ellison who has entered lady Queen a Mare and sunny boy a gelding in tile five gaited class. Both have taken Blue ribbons in snows previously. A consistent first place Winner in local Hows and Ai Bassett Pulaski and Tiree Briar for that matter is the Hunter Spanish King entered by Earl n. Phillips. A corinthian Winner t. V. Rochelle treasurer of the Sedgefield show has entered handsome Royal Ransom the Virginia Hunter which won a Blue ribbon in lit corinthian and third in the Hunter class in the last Sedgefield show Royal Ransom will be one of the favourites in the same class this year. Three newly acquired horses will be seen in the Sedgefield event for the first time Brandywine an established Green Hunter bought by Charles l. Kearns secret Call purchased by j. Welch Harries from the Manly Carter stables in Virginia and a Green Hunter also and Jack Rochelle a Black Hunter Star Rad. Pair of belgian draft mares Ana a pair of Percheron will represent the Lindale farms both pairs having won blues at the Greensboro county show and at Sedgefield before. Another Hunter entry is Wilbur Jones sixteen hand Roan spotlight. Red Fox e. C. A Riddlebaugh a red Fox Complete the list of High Point entries with the show slightly Over three weeks away. Red Fox entered in the Plantation class has won three blues and a red out of four showings. The deadline on entries is 31 and the first performance w another Lewis Mccari Hytinen increase Lead As brownies Kramer trips Eft Boston new York May 20.�? apr red ruffing the Burly Veteran who has won six games for the new York Yankees on his pitching this Spring decided one with his hat today. Pinch Bitting in the seventh inning with two out the bases loaded and the champions trailing the Chicago. A a a White sox by one run he singled two scores across and a Pur red the Yankees to their tenth consecutive Victory. 5 to 2. The con test was a hurling Duel bet Ween Orol Hildebrand for new York and Thornton Lee for Chicago Knitig but neither Chicago a r h o Bijma 2b Kuhel la Walker of Appling a Radcliff of Kreevich of Owen 3b solve Start c Lee p Rogney p Rosenthal use so. I my n a a red ruffing in until that finished. New York a r h i i i i crore Tel a 4 0 i 4 0 012 Rolfe 3b 4 12 4 0 12 Hen Rich of 4 0 11 Dickey c 4 0 0 0 Gordon 2b 4 0 0 2 Keller of 4 0 2 1 Oaly Gher of 2 2 0 i 4 0 0 3 Dahl in la 2 0 013 3 110 he Rand p 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ruffing a 10 10 1 0 0 0 Selkirk a 0 0 0 0 Murphy p 0 0 0 0 4 i i 3 0 i 4 0 i 4 i i totals 33 2 6 24 totals 30 5 8 27 a batted for Rogney in 9th. A batted for Hildebrand in 7th. Zzz ran for ruffing in 7th. Score by innings r Chicago. 100 010 000-2 i new York. Ooi too 22x�?5 error crore Tel. Asalita Bejma 3. Appling 3. Owen 3, Lee. Rogney. Rolfe. C Rosette 3, Gordon 3. Dahlgren Hildebrand 2 runs batted in Bejma. Cro Settle. Walker. Ruffing 2. Dickey. Gordon. Two base hits Owen. Gordon Home run Bejma. Sacrifice Bejma double play Appling Bejma and Kuhel. Left on bases new York 3. Chicago 7. Bases on balls Hildebrand 2 Lee 3. Strikeouts by Lee 2. By Hildebrand 3. Htu off Hildebrand 6 in to off Murphy 0 in 2, off Lee 7 in 7 none out in 8th off Rigney i in i. Hit by Pitcher by Lee Gallagher. Winning Pitcher Hildebrand losing Pitcher Lee Umpire Quinn. Grieve and Mcgowan time i 36, attendance 18,371. Kramer snaps losing Streak Boston. May 20.�? /pi�?1the St. Louis Browns snapped out of a six game losing Streak today to comb four Boston red sox pitchers for 14 hits while gain a lug a 9-5 Victory ending their two Day local engagement on even terms with the american league second place squad. The win was Rookie John Kramer a fourth of the season and even the Brief return of ail j ing Jimmie Foxx. As a Pinch hitter for Pitcher Emerson Hickman Iii the eighth failed to Aid the sox lost cause. Foxx Hack in uniform after a spell of bos j plea ligation for minus trouble j fanned. St. Louis Boston a r h o a r h o Altuda of 5 114 Crater of 5 12 3 Hughe 2b 3 2 0 3 Finney la 3 10 4 m Quinn la 5 2 312 Vosmik of 5 0 13 Host of 4 12 0 Cronin is 4 0 13 Clift 3b 3 0 2 0 Doerr 2b 4 114 Mazzera of 5 2 2 2 Tabor 3b 4 111 Glenn c 5 12 4 William of 4 0 3 i i Gryska a 4 0 2 2 Desautel c 4 i 2 7 Kramer p 4 0 0 0 a House p 2 0 i i waver p 0 0 0 0 Dick an p 0 0 0 0 Dockx a 10 0 0 Wade p 0 0 0 0 total 38 9 14 27 total 36 5 12 27 a batted for dec Kamau in 8th. Score by innings r St. Louis. 200 Ooi 510�?9 Boston. 010 103 too a 5 error Cramer. Alatau Hughes 5, Clift 3. Guy a 5, Kramer 3. Finney 3, Cronin 2, Doerr 2. Tabor. Desautels Dickman. Runs batted in hoax 3, Mazzera 2. Gryska 2. Vosmik 2. Williams. Desautels Glenn two base Hiu Mazzera Vosmik Doerr Williams. Desautels. Sacrifices Hughes. Hoag. Double plays Hughes. Gryska and he Quinn Desautels and Doerr. Left on bases St. Lout to Boston 9 base on balls Kramer 5. Galehouse 3. Weaver i Dickman i Wade i. Strikeout Kramer 4. Galehouse 5. Dickman i Wade i. Hit off Galehouse 9 in 6 1-3 Weaver 2 in 1-3 Dickman 2 in i 1-3 Wade i in i. Wild pitches Kramer 2. Dickman i. Losing Pitcher Galehouse. Umpires oils Rue and Getsel. Time 2 29. Attendance 9,800. Major league nats blast Bob Feller from Hill Washington May 20.�? pm Washington Defeated Cleveland today 6-3, behind the Knuck Leball pitching of dutch Leonard. Bob Feller starting for Cleveland but replaced by Joe Dobson at the Start of the seventh was a harped with his second loss of the season. Taft. Wright Chunky outfielder was the batting Star for the nats. His triple in the first inning scoring Jimmy Wardell gave the nats a 1-0 Lead. He singled in the sixth to score buddy Lewis with the tying run after the indians had taken 2-1 Lead and tripled again in the seventh to score George Case. Cleveland Washington a r h o Ibro weath by of 4 0 11 Case of 5 111 Mem Ley c 4 0 14 Lewis 3b 3 10 1 Pytlak c 2 0 0 2 Wasdell la 3 i i 8 4 2 3 5 Wright of 4 2 3 1 4 114 myer 2b 2 12 4 3 0 2 3 Travis is 4 0 10 4 0 0 1 Estalella of Trosky la sol Ter of Chapman of Keltner 3b grime is shilling 2b Hale xxx Feller p Cam Ell x Dobson p Heath xxx 4 0 13 Giuliani 2 0 0 1 Leonard 10 0 0 10 0 0 i 0 0 i 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 i 0 2 total 33 3 9 24 totals 33 6 la 27 a batted for Feller in 7th. Xxx batted for shilling in 9th. Xxx batted for Dobson in 9th score by innings r Cleveland. Too 002 010�?3 Washington. Too 003 20x�?6 errors Estalella Grimes 2. Wright. Assists Trosky 2. Keltner. Shilling 4. Feller 3. Dobson 3, Lewis. Myer 4, Travis 3. Giuliani 2. Leonard. Runs batted in Wright 3. Chapman 2. Travis myer. Two base hit Gull Ana. Three base hits Wright 2, Trosky. Stolen base Case. Sacrifices Feller a Dell. Lewis. Double Playa Travis to myer to Wasdell. Left on bases Cleveland 6 Washington 8. Bases on balls off Feller 3 off Leonard 2. Strikeouts by Feller 4 by Leonard 4 by Dobson i hit off Feller 7 in 6 Dobson 4 in Tigs fall again i4s i4�?Ts Rise Philadelphia May 20.�? up a with president Ninozo of Nicaragua an interested Spectator. The athletics came from behind today to beat Detroit 6 to 5, for their third straight Victory and advanced to sixth place in the american league. A a Schoolboy Rowe held a 5-3 Edge going to Tho eighth thanks to Hank Greenbergh a seventh Homer of the season with one on in the first and Charley Gehringer a circuit clout also with one on in the third. However. Sam Chapman who earlier had driven in All three athletic run with a Homer and triple led Oft in the eighth with a double. Boh Johnson and Nick Etten followed with triples off the right fled Wall to tie the score. Etten then scored the inning run on Bill Nagels Long sacrifice Fly to Dixie Walker. Detroit Philadelphia a r h o a r h o my Coskey of 5 i 2 2 Grabein 2b 4 i 2 3 Walker of 5 2 2 5 Miles of 4 0 0 2 Geh Nger 2b 4 i i 0 Chapin of 4 2 3 4 Grynberg la 2 i 210 Johnson of 4 i 2 2 4 0 0 1 Etten la 3 0 0 1 Nagel 3b 4 0 0 3 have c 3 9 12 Ambler s 1 0 0 0 Potter p 2 0 0 0 Joyce p 0 0 0 0 10 10 Bell of Higgins 3b Kress is Tebbett c York x Rowe p Elsen Tat p Fox xxx 4 i 211 2 0 0 0 3 0 13 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 10 1 6,000 fans Are expected for Salisbury Cycle races Salisbury May 20.�?officials of the american motorcycle association hoped to attract More than six thousand spectators for the six event racing program to be staged at the Rowan county Fairgrounds track this afternoon at 2 30 p. In. The Twenty or More professional riders who will compete for honors in the first motorcycle program of the season before Salisbury fans will represent various sections of North Carolina pre race favourites were estate listed by local racing devotees Early last week and those who follow the races believe that either Ai Crisler or Doug Creech it Charlotte will come Home the Winner. Tile racing program today Marks the revival of a sport that has been All hut buried in Salisbury but extremely popular throughout North Carolina. Sunday school softball wednesday y. M. C. A. Is. First m. P. At High school no 2. J thursday Wesley men is. J Welch memorial at High school no. 3. I Friday episcopal is. Green St. At High school no. 2. Total 34 5 9 24 totals 31 6 to 27 a batted for Tebbett in 9th. Xxx batted for Eisenstat in 9th. Score by innings r Detroit. 302 000 000�?5 Philadelphia. Too 020 03x�? 6 error none. Assist Oehr Lnger 7. Kress 4, Gantenbein 2, Etten Nazel. Amber. Potter Joyce 4. Runs batted in Walker Greenberg 2, Oehr Lnger 2 Chapman 3. Johnson. Etten Nagel. Two 2. Passed balls Pytlak winning Pitcher Leonard. Losing Pitcher Feller. Umpires Moriarty Hubbard and Rommel time 2 17. Attendance. 10.000 base hits Greenberg Chapman. Three base hits Walker. Johnson 2. Chapman Etten. Home run Greenberg. Chapman. Oehr Lnger. Sacrifices Rowe Nagel. Double plays Oehr Lnger. Kress to Greenberg 2. Ambler. Gantenbein to Etten. Left on bases Detroit 6. Philadelphia 5. Base on balls off Rowe 3. Off Potter i. Off Joyce 2. Struck out by Rowe i. By Joyce i. Hit off Rowe to in 7 1-3 off Potter 5 in 2 1-3 off Eisenstat 0 in 2-3 off Joyce 4 in 6 2-3. Winning Pitcher Joyce. Losing Pitcher Rowe. Umpires Pipgras Basil summer and Ormsby. Time 1 48 attendance 8000. Leaders attempting to trod a championship Trail himself is Paul Lewis 18-year-old brother of John Henry Lewis. Paul is fighting As a welterweight in the same Phoenix ariz., club from which John Hemy emerged. Or. W. Lange will Eri Nariana. Far from May j show will h the Optima a. Hornaday and or. C. J. Rve As official vet being secondary to the tile formal opening of de $6,000 Sedgefield get under Way at 8 of clock Thinh i stables built on the horse show s Day evening june 8. William col new 20-acre site. It has been denims of Chevy Chase md., and Italy announced the 20-stall barn the big Bix by the associated press batting til rec leaders in each league�?60 or More at bats player club g a r h pct. Mcquinn Browns 27 in 21 40 414 Arnovich poll Lea 27 107 15 44 .411 Mazzera. Browns 19 71 18 29. 408 Foxx red sox 17 04 18 26. 406 Galan. Cubs 21 74 17 30 405 Medwick cards 24 96 15 34 .354 Hume runs National league Mize cardinals. American league Greenberg Tiger. Manley Carter of Orange. Va., have Beth secured As judges Aud will be completed the event. In due Lime for a week of water throwing. It mod part of the burmese new i year celebrations in Rangoon. 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