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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 24, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Wednesday. May 2t. 1930the High Point Enterprise pie a lout Center of a High Point North Carolin aage Nini Hobby leads looters into 1st round a a a a medal counter 0x Ona ens Battle tomorrow night the Bona Allens in the right hand Corner at the top of the letter Heads of the Buford ga., Bona Allen baseball dub wave the stars Aud stripes. In the Center is a Ygona Auen baseball club National Semi pro the Best baseball club in tile i listed Blairs outside of organized baseball and far better than most of the dubs under organized baseball s Banner. To be the National champions in anything you have to have something on the Ball besides a prayer and to weather the 32-team team tournament at Wichita Kansas in August you have to have everything. And the Bona Allens have got most everything. Their first string Catcher Casey Kimbrel played in the International and Southern before he found it More pro table to advertise shoes with a Bat and a Mitt. Almond Kimbrel s understudy was with Chattanooga in the Southern league. Andy Johnson the first baseman was named the outstanding player in the National tournament last year. And out of that tournament have come some illustrious figures in baseball including Freddie Hutchinson who was not named the outstanding player the year he was out there. The pitching stuff is a dark Abe White who you Quot ill remember As a former Cardinal and Leslie muons who chunked for Brooklyn and the cards Lead the flinging corps. By Moore and chief Moore a couple of other pitchers heaved in tin Southern and National respectively. Gene Nix another Moui ids Man toiled in the Southern league. Along with Andy Johnson the infield is composed of Jack Shipley american association and by penn., at second Yarter Memphis and the a s at Short and Claud Herrin All american for three years in College at third. That makes a pretty Semi pro lineup Don t you think Johnnie Stowe Gerald met Haig and Baxter All former Southern league Ball players play the three Outfield positions. For three straight years the Bona Allens have been awarded the George Sisler trophy for having the outstanding Semi pro club in the United states. With that powerful lineup you would assume that tin Bona Allens have any trouble in knocking off the teams in their neighbourhood or the state for that matter. But that Isnit exactly the truth. They Are not unbeatable. Last year on the Spring trip the Bona Allens broke even in a two game series with those Tough eagles from Asheboro. And they Hook up with the Asheboro clan again Friday afternoon Over there. With Laird Perry or Bob Haney on tin mount tomorrow night tile National champs Are going to find the Adams Millis White sox a hard nut to crack. In the second thought there Are a flock of baseball teams in the state Semi pro program that can give the Bona Allens a Battle. Tower Mcewen and May of Burlington Are not by any Means soft touches Lucky strike of Durham can go with the Best of them and tin state champions. Roanoke rapids Are very nearly As Good As they come. The Bona Allens As you might suspect represent a shoe factory Down in Georgia. The Ball club is charged off to advertising and they Don t play a lot of games at Home. A couple of years ago the folks in Buford suggested to the management that ten and fifteen cents was a Little too Steep a Price for admission to the Bona Allen games and threatened to Boycott the games. The Boss a fellow named Smith said All right Boycott he scheduled a game with some club closed the Gates of the Park and would t let anybody in. He was the Lone occupant of the stands Dur ing a full nine inning Ball game. And that s that. Faces Haywood Bill Snow meets Jack Wagner in opening go of Carolinas play Charlotte May 24. Map Bobby in Gukelberger of High Point who shot a 69 yesterday for medal honors met w Atli Haywood of Charlotte today in tin first round of the lint ii annual Carolina Amateur Golf tournament. Dunkelberger played steady Golf As he paced the leaders in their quest for the 3 2 Pisces in the championship flight. Bobby s card Par out 434 443 543�?36 Dunk Berger 454 442 444�?35 Par in 443 454 453�?36�?72 dual Elberger 443 354 353-34 Dunkelberger s score was one stroke better than the winning score Al Asheville last year when Benny Goodes of Burlington and Lack Wagner of Statesville tied for the Honor with 70 s. Dunkelberger missed an easy Chip shot usually one of his Best strokes. Just off the Edge of the 18th Green for a Birdie two. He took a three. Ills Chip travelled Only a few feet. He had 13 Par holes and four birdies and was Over Par on Only one Hole the 215-Yard Par three ninth. Other pairings for today Bill Bowfin of Charlotte is. George Lyons of Greensboro h. W. Barber of Charlotte is. Jim Coker of Charlotte t. R. Brent of Charlotte is. Al Dowtin of Wake Forest Frank Curran of Greensboro is. Winwood Ham of Charlotte Boh Crosland of Charlotte is. Plug Osborne of Charlotte e. T. Hughes of Marion. S. C., is. It Dillard of Charlotte Carlton Dixon of Columbia. 8. C., is Harold Hall of Columbia s. Noth Rop of Concord is. R. Owens of Hickory r. R. Cline of Concord is. In Goodes of Burlington Frank Ford of Charleston s. is. De Schreiber of Charlotte Ray Hadley of Charlotte is. Richard Tufts of Pinehurst Silt Alexander of Charlotte is. Cliff Myers of Charlotte Walter Shoemaker of Charlotte is. A. Mem anus of Greensboro t. F Blair of Winston Salem is Brick Waddell of Charlotte. Bill Snow of High Point is. Lack Wagner of Stateline. Nova Well again As Battle nears promising Al form Hen weight shakes Gold and settles Back into routine a study in the Yankee method of scoring red Rolfe George Selkirk Tom Henlieh it s an old new York custom red Rolfe George Selkirk and Tommy Henlieh give a Brief exhibition of just How the yanks react crossing the plate after slamming Home runs Melrose tops Marsh 8 to 4 Towson pitches climbing Industrial club to was \ Tetory Melrose blasted two Marsh hurler for six runs in the first two innings and coasted to an easy 8 to 4 win Over the furniture sports Roundup it Eddie Obi it club her e i a St a Day afternoon. Conn la fan w Yod y Crow son. The a tit 1. Melrose pile bin g staff bottled up it will the Marsh till to with seven hits and we feed i i hatters. J Ohn sign pc eve i Hart t. M h list Sacker led Survey the Bitt with a double and i three t to Gles. Towson aided his Mark own eau a h Lith i a pair of sing a 1 gamer k pm Hind de out a Home my of a a and Ingle and Aycock collect made to sing i is. Slam in York. May 24.�?<jp a a unless they throw him against de Joel Louis has bet a Ceferino Garcia. Solly Liefer Ruer stops Nova in five did t add to his Box office value it May seem when he lost to Conn and fur hearing the the More he liable to lose to Al Hostak in Seattle Nel month. Tony Galento is due to pitch Camp at Asbury Park tomorrow if they can get the Arena done in time. Drivers resume qualifying on Indianapolis run today Indianapolis. May 2 4 fifteen Drivers one with the Owhi purpose of setting two new Speed records a wheeled their cars into the Indianapolis motor Speedway for six hours of qualifying trials for the 500-mile race Here memorial Day. Kelly in Etilio of los Angeles said a would try to break the records of 130.757 Miles for a two and a half Ralle Lap and 130.138 for a to mile qualifying run set Only last saturday by Jimmy Snyder of Chicago. Fifteen cars qualified saturday and one sunday. J eights last night by the slim a try press new York Davey Day 137. I Chicago stopped Pedro Montane Jill 1-4. Puerto Rico. Is. Hogston Barbara. 150, Chicago out pointed Tiger Felon iss Houston lot. New York a Johnny Bellus 139. New Haven. Conn., technically knocked out Johnny Rohrig 138, Tifton n. 3. Newark. N. Laxer 200, Patterson n. J., out pointed Leroy Hay Nee 198, Philadelphia Loc new Bedford mass. A Mike Kaplan. 14 4, Boston stopped Ray i Napolitano. 146, Brooklyn 9>. 4 Nickel buys 2 for you Rocky f0rdi c \ Rte it co co my sex huh come ind Clew iou. \ t Mew Ity Gayle to Chot new York. May 24 it a Loa Nova. Meat promising of the Young heavyweights had about shaken off a troublesome cold As he Aud Max Rue i he former Playboy Champion settled Down today to their final week of training for next wednesday night s 15-round elimination bout at Yankee stadium. Nova has Given promoter Mike Jacobs some anxious moment since he established his Campi among the animals up at Nyack n y. If Mike has his Way the principals in he future fights probably will do their preliminary sparring and posing a Long Way from the menagerie on the Hudson. Lou contracted his cold while pricing elephants and chinning the bar with a family of monkeys All one told afternoon for the Benefit of the photographers another Day he hummed around with an innocent looking Llama for an hour before the head keeper advised him in some alarm that the beast now and then put a Man out of action for a con i a a Hack. Cook work Frye Aycox Crown gun Batel Furrie Metros a r h o to 2b s 2 i i Miller is 4 2 2 4 Hooven 3b 4 110 Ward crib a r h o of 4 0 0 3 c 4 i i to of 4 10 2 111 a Hart la 4 i la so 21 in 5 0 2 of 3 0 0 t. Of 4 0 0 4 i i Byerly 2b 4 0 10 Grissom is 4 0 0 3 White of 4 112 w a y 3b 4 0 11 c a y p 10 0 0 Hitatt. P 0 0 0 0 Brooks of 2 0 0 1 totals 35 4 7 27 r ____330 200 000 8 too 003 100�?4 Home run ook Everhart. Cook. Weston i off Hiatt 2 uck out by c Haney by White 4 hits off off Hiatt 2 in i off a it on bases Marsh 6. By Pitcher Ward by my Pitcher Crow anti. Haney. Umpires Lac i Melrose. Marsh. Errors Cook Cook two base w Haney. A crts base on balls. off White 3. Sti i by Hitatt 2 c. Haney 7 in 2 White i in i i Melrose 5. Hit Crow son i Winn Loring Pitcher by 1 oui he and Phil Surratt. Time 2 to attendance 1.000 new scoops 10 a heats. Strange Ai Bill Mckechnie is wolves out in Rhineland. Some of the knockers think the reds i should he Over the .700 Mark. Tip Mike Jacobs told Billy i a a pet a title any kind of television is coming find mean a lot for the Cham i hence Conn s Rush to r Mel to bet tins. Recent showed Johnny Mize Only Ames behind babe Ruth a of a Homer every 2.57 behind babe Ruth s Mark Homer every 2.57 games the year the great Man a 60 round trippers for Tine High. Jay Ellsworth. Springfield to daily events a some Guys think the Only thing that can Stop Hitler is the new York Yankees and others a Hitler is the Only Guy who can Stop the majoring in the minors manager Dick Porter int playing regularly for Syracuse these Days because lies loot his Putti h and found his paunch. Kiki Cuyler the old outfielder has rooted his Chattanooga lookouts from seventh to first place in the Southern a asocial Ion ,. Scouts a either of two Guys now Short stopping for Kansas City will he ready to step into Frankie Crom Tel s hocs when and of. The Yankees Are thinking of putting the lights in several of their farm club plants. First 1939 manager to feel the axe was Charlie Clancy of the Winston Salem Piedmont league club. President joins Perry to in nation wide of docs Scitti pro baseball fete Champ outfit Buford Dill suicide till pro Ball names first of four game Slat Buford Gabona Allens will blow into a Ijeh Point tomorrow for the first value in their tour of North Carolina meeting Adams Millis in Willis Park at 8 of clock tomorrow night. The Buford won the National Semi pro championship in Wichita last summer. For the inter City Teague sox it will he Hie first in a four game week end schedule which will wind up with a game against the Clown princes of baseball. The House of David nine under jibe Hies monday night. The Bona Allens will turn a Strong array of sex pro Ball play Jers on the Field tomorrow night. Headed by their chief. Abe White. To fellow who bunked in the Southern association for years and played his last a a Money Hall i for the St. Louis cardinals. What experience among other players on the a Lith who have made names in the major and minor leagues Are by Moore up with Brooklyn and Philadelphia chef Moore the Indian hurler who was a sensational Mokie with the Phillies later playing with the giants Jerry Yarter a prize infielder picked in by Connie Mack three years ago just before the a a signed Gerry Mocq ugly the former Mercer College athlete now a Bona Allen outfielder and caused a furore Over the signing of clamoured for admission today. Koun College players Jack chief among the newcomers who i Chipley a Quatty second base non popularity contests either Man to had played Hall in every from their Bosses or the opposition puddle jump Dom Cartersville to were to the new York Yankees. K my re pne no formerly with by the giants Walter Brown and it Quot Inston Salem and a kid who got Cooperstown n. Y., May 21�? up a president Roosevelt called nation wide attention to the Hundredth anniversary of baseball in a letter made Public today by the National baseball mused Iii. The museum and Kim Bleday Field named for major general Abner Doubleday who a a invented the game in much the same for Mas it is now played at Cooperstown in Idso will in dedicated june 12. Tile president s letter said a it is most fitting Ilia the history of our perennially popular sport should lie immortalized in the National baseball m used Iii at t Cooperstown w Here the game originated Aud where the first Diamond was devised a Hundred years a a. Yanks Brown puffy give Doghouse Rush legible Terry see big 210-Pounder Lake merciless beating by Bill White i associated press sports writer they la have to enlarge baseball so a Doghouse Quot to make room for All the candidates who they re calling Dimaggio the he in the Pacific cos ring the pitchers. Yankee scout is. Brother Vin e a fool for Kau a Ken Outfield of Maggio of i \ Maggio if. Dot nit or Youn St b it league bar. It Joe Devine trailing him is hitting like City. Tomorrow n it i cocktail hour our Glor in dodger s Are beg inn 11 la to look i brow like their old selves wha t with1 look hitting into double play a a and giant things. Mos t of the Guys Niche flt around Tow n say a $16 to the want or to his and a Lento we mid he out the More i Ike it. Billy we Rill i inning to the dodgers Metus boots Poffenberger. The yanks Are in for the simple reason that they re too Good. The Cleveland indians were the party of the second part yesterday in watching the world champions win again a spectacularly and with lots of Homer. This was the 12th straight Victory. They did it by a 7-3 score. Messes. Henlieh Gordon. Dickey and Rolfe were the siege gunners who pumped balls out of the Park. I Milton ii Jake Almot git for Volt to tart on the f Junior legion club a Veteran who Ca in the Southern a advancing to a Short time and great first baseman Oglethorpe College u most valuable award in of the Semi Pio tour year in Wichita and Case brei. The sex Ala in a pol on of to it i i t he met Tut n to Ana it la y kit w in pm making a rep for himself As the Best Lead off Man in the National league. Jimmy Nichols unattached pro from the coast has Only one Arm. Hut his 155 i i missed getting him into the a i i Iona i open by Only you ought to see hit Hall Down the Fain Ai wham Ike. That softball results he m Ati paid. S. Of a p. O. S. Of Landing in la Mil league d wins a. Retain Sentinel Cli Cating the it to yester the pals namely it wished an Inch past Lam s Chin. Promoter Jacobs nearly swallowed his Teeth. But Mah ing More serious has happened and it looks like the two husky californians will teach the ring in prime condition. J out Baer no longer in the first Finch Cornin of youth and without a fight in to a it ver a year has put in a month s ought a re work Uii at Ferndale n. and look. Good. Nobody know exactly though How much the pro football reporters fit Chat of say Charles hid will of the ordinals and George hulas of irs either Are inseparable Don t dare let each other sight. Now they re East together ostensibly. It pie of week Jacobs got i Wurst scare i careless years have taken from though the time Lou boxed with bus once Magui Bent cons Titu a trained elephant. They had Tion. Strapped a Glove on the end of i i Herr int the Sami the animal s trunk and the two about Nova. He s Young Baer and Nova to in f ii to when halite tries to do business with Sid Luck Man of Columbia and hid will with Marshall Goldberg of pin which confidentially is what they re coming for. Latest fight dope Nova has a old and Barr i wearing a mask it a sore beak. First prices make Barr a 5 to 7 shot Patrick Edward Comuskey is developing a Short left to sup m Resi Ling last nigh i Iii the associated a. S Newark Murphy 20 Isnit the came doubt Nova. Lies Young and of them were fooling around and powerful and saturated with con to p,.0 having a big time until the Tidence. Prizefighter slipped and partially. Fell. Whereupon jumbo let Loose a swing that had it landed the roman Empress Poppa a i port his sleep producing licht Nagurski 233, International Falls would have taken Novas head once bathed in the milk of 5001 looks like Fred Apostoli i mum. Right off at the hinges. Fortu White asses. Out of Luck Here this summer 236. Akron j., straight Tau is As though Brown the Pitcher had carved a big or himself in the Doghouse r Bill Terry made him stand re and take it in that eighth uprising the pirates put on. Terry waved his bullpen pitchers to quit warming up. And so Walter dodged a Hail of base hits Good for eight runs that enabled pirates to win by 13-4 what i had up to then been a very respectable Hall game brother Poffenberger the c nominee seems to have in permanently to the Kennel Ager Leo Durocher slapped i of $20t fines on him for keeping late bouts and insubordination and the Only thing the eccentric right hander could a offhand was a i know in a stubborn but in a not going to the apparently the Cincinnati reds i were just As stubborn Only they All attended the fray and won from the Bootlegs dodgers by 3-2. Johnny Vander meet was in rare form i for his third and the club s eighth straight Victory. I Ards of Hall meanwhile the cardinals afraid i to lose or be overtaken by the reds kept the league Lead with a i Well carved 6-1 win Over the Phillies. Otherwise the cubs Aud the i bees slugged it out with Lite cubs i having the biggest bats and winning 15-8. Buck Newsom sex Brownie gave his new Tiger Bosses a Victory today by scattering la red sox hits for a 7-2 trin. Dropkick Mph the athletics took the Philadelphia won Browns by 7-3 Aud two runs in the pm ass league. Perry in cd in time int again r Job Start his Only Cholee Laird Prrry with lit Wood prod or on Dei k in Case the it lid War horse lets him Down. A new to pc for the sox is t he p coi lability of Bob Haney the roving Southpaw. So Gning i in in the near future St least be a fore the foul game a lies Star of her i s. A Mea on the with hoi in enter City in a k stand ing at .500, will he with the hemp Cli Jyh at Willis p Ark Satur it in a p on Hen 3 15. Thas a by i since the tie in in then i filled in sunday Al i game is h a cd Judson i i earlier soil in Boro was Louday night after noon. A can to in i 2 to 3 Iii. Arcanum Oil Odiot 3 8 4 pos a 254 too x�?12 16 0 batteries Coltrane Edmunson land Saunders and Butler. I . In Defeated Adams Millis Day club whipped i Myrtle Geek and retained its per i few t record in the Industrial i softball Loop yesterday. Foxworth i and Hinkle hit Home runs. Store by innings it la k in. Desk Ooi Idi 0�?3 6 5 Day Ooi 221 x a a 5 5 batteries peace and Wheeler and Gregory. Mad monks loin the David with Joe mole Ken White. Dick it company. 3 15 of clock an 1 with mock Jud y afternoon a is being playe Ollie Eddie Bai rained oui comes the House o in Zuni in men an Calm baseball s new big names no. 2�?ted Williams stories of majors rousing recruits told in sketches ii Texe Lote Bill Lone Veteran Pacific coast league owner plucked tall i Ond Gawky Theodore Williams out of san Diego High school before i he was 18 Ted Williams was o Pitcher and outfielder then but the pocket signed him for his Uii usual Power of the plate Boston red sox Gove $25,000 and two players for Williams cd his Mother got another $2500 for his signature sent to Minneapolis Williams topped american association in hitting runs batted in Home runs and runs scored l. Williams not yet 21, is a bit eccentric but smart and a student of baseball he coils his shots at the plate sings going after Fly balls he wore a Necktie for the first time when Joe Cron in bought him one on the training trip. Next Eddie Miller. From Emil Dusek. 220, Omaha ninth were enough to give the Dusek disqualified for rough tar White sox a 5-4 decision Over the tics i Washington nats. Ivd. A golfers elect Owen president i1 to Carolina Amateur a Ops to Mimosa oui at m orca ii Ion Charlotte. May 2 it pm the Carolina Golf association last in by elected Jefferson e Owens of Hickory. President and awarded the 1940 tour a ment to Mimosa country club at Morganton m. K. Jeffords ., of Orangeburg. S. A. Was named vice pres ident and Richard s. Tufts or Pinehurst was re elected Secretary Orcas user. W. Sutton Alexander of bar Lotte and a. T. Dixon of Columbia s. Were placed on the executive committee increasing its membership from six to eight Frank c. Ford of Charleston s a. And Frank e. Curran of Greensboro whose terms a a were due to expire w ill serve Amit bet year. Preston was the first English town outside of London to have lamps in it streets they were installed in 18 15. Sandlot mass play Day set As annual event everywhere new York. May 2 i a detailed plans for the continuance of the highly successful National Semi pro baseball Day held throughout the nation on May 7, have been completed by the National semipro baseball Congress it has be announced by Ray Dumont president of the governing body. Dumont said that the 1910 National Semi pro baseball Day to open the season Over the nation would be staged on sunday May 5, and thereafter the first sunday in each May. This season an estimated 50,000 sandlot teams participated in the huge mass play program featured by starting signals of a Flag raising at the court of sport of the new York worlds fair and a throw to open a game in Wichita by George Sisler. Semf pro High commissioner. Hundreds of celebrities governors mayors former Majot league stars and other luminaries were guests of Honor at Lim Many games. A Only three requisites Are being set up for teams to participate in the mass play Day in the future a Dumont said. A this season the teams started at one time 3 p. In. Rostand had a celebrity on hand. Next year we re asking that each have a band too to celebrate the occasion a your plan now is to have those thousands of sandlot clubs that have officially opened their season to compete in District and state tournaments Over the nation for the right to participate in the National tournament in Wichita in August a the Semi pro prexy said. A Alake Chad in Central Africa has an area of about 10,000 Square Miles during the dry season and about 20,000 Square hides luring the Rainy season

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