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Tulane Loses Rose Bowl Classic To Califo £n>ie Pinekert Is Star As Trojans Take Contest Victory Mark* Third Win For Southern Californio In Rote Bowl Garnet R(W Bowl, l*»«aU*na. Calif., Jan. a-i AP) A a roar football player who has been doing good turns for others for three years flashed briefly yes terday aa a ball-earner and enabled Southern California to win the my tNeal national championship by de feating Tulane. 21 to 12. aa 83.000 pop ayed spectators looked on in the an nual Tournament of Rose* game. *n»y Ptnckert has been a brilliant blocking back throughout his college career, good enough for lhe last two years to rate All-American, but he has had a minimum of opportunity to carry the bail. He has spent his foot ball life out in front of somebody else but today ho scored two touchdowns and the Trojans needed thorn both to stop a fighting but luckless green garbed team from Tulane University. The game marked Southern Califor nia’s third victory in Rose Bowl com petition a distinction not shared by any other team. It was Tulane's first appearance and the boys from New Orleans had no apologies to take back to their bayous. The game was so close and so hard fought that a break half a dosen times might have meant the difference between victory and de feat. Southern California, perhaps, made the breaks, for its big. star team never underestimated the strength of the lighter but faster visitor®. Tulane outgained Southern California, regis tering 18 first downs to 11 for the vic tors and the green backs gained 378 yards to 233 for the Trojans. The game was won in the third pariod when Pinekert did his stuff. The big halfback dashed over to the first score from the 28-yard line, us- i log his reverse, the only offensive play he has. So seldom has Erny carried the ball he has only one play in his list of assignments. The ball had beep placed in scoring position by Gaiur Shaver with two clever side-steppinp drives. Just a few minutes later Pinekert personally mad* full arrangement-' for an encore for his side and a sec ood personal triumph by recovering f Tulane fumble on the visitors’ 28-' yard line. Two smashes into the linr moved the ball up five yards and Pinekert then dusted off his reverse and ran over the goal line again .fo the second time scoring standing up without the menace of an enemy hand touching his person. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE OF LAND In Superior Court City ot Henderson Vs. C. H. Bailey. Ruth Bailey, and all othe Persons claiming any interest in tl> land herein described. IVrnung to a Judgment entered ir the above entitled action by the Clor. 1 of Superior Court or said County o' the 7th day of December. 1931. I ail' on Monday the 18th day nf January 1932, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Oour House door, in Vance county sell a puhhc auction to the highest bidder so rash, the following described lands, sit unte in Henderson. N C . and doscrib cd a; follows: Ist. lot: Begin at an iron -dike p. r Harris corner on the edge of Chestnu Street, and run thence alms Chestnu Street S. 53 1-2 W 50 feel to an iro» Stake: thence N 20 W 200 feet to : stake; thence N 53 1-2 E 50 feet to r -0 E 200 feet to place of beginning tNhsg lhe prop* rt v conveyed b Thomas H. Hicks to C. H. Bailey. Sc Deed Book 98 at page 333 2nd lot: Begin at a «tnke on Orang Street, corner of lot No 2. and nr thence along the line of lot No. 2 are P4Hllel with Parham Street or alle 1 M 1-2 feet to a stake, thence along lire of lot No. 4 96 1-2 feet to stake oi Orange Street 45 f.-et to the place o baginning. See I>eed Bock 134. pag 229. Vance County Registry. This 17th day of D'-cember. 1931. B- O. KTTTRELL, Commissioner. Henderson. N. C. Wrry and Klttrell. Attys. OF FORECLOSURE SALE , OF LAND In Superior Court JPDRTH CAROLINA VANCE COUNTY. ’ City of Henderson Vs. lidale Sumerville. Erne* Sumerville and all other heirs of Georgimvne Ruifin. and all other person* claim wdrg anv interest in the below describ ed land. . Pursuant to a judgment entered in thi a£ove entitled action by the Clerk o' fkioerior Court of Vance County on tlr & day of December, 1931, I will, or 1 ttee l*:h day of January. 1932. at 12 BWock noon at the Court House door liaaid county *e!l at public auction k •to highest bidder for cash, the folkrw- Mg described lot: * A lot on John Street begl rvnlnpr an ar Mon jrtake on the western side of Johr Street 100 feet from T) Y. Cboper corner and run thence along John Bkeet in an easterly direction 50 feet to an Iron stake: thence at right angle* to John Street in a Southerly direc tion 174 feet to Robert Beacon’s line* thence along said Beoectn Hne in a westerly direction. 50 feet to W. E. Mow line: thence 174 feet, bock to Jbhn Street, tto. plage of beginning. Tills 17th day of December. 1931. R. G. RI'ITHBLL, Commissioner. Henderson. N. C. Perry and Rtttraß, Mtym. New Badger Coach S ‘ v -j MB V - % - j . . • is MS' wPf - A • . - - irwin l teritz, who was brought to the University of Wisconsin in 1925 as assistant football coach by George Little, retiring athletic director, has been named to suc ceed Little as director of athletic* •I the Badger school. Uterito, who is 32, starred in football and baseball at the University ot Michigan. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE OF LAND In Superior Court ORTH CAROLINA, .VNCE COUNTY. Henry Boykin Vs. ones Langston and Mabel Langston, and all others claiming any interest in the below described tend. Pursuant to a judgment entered in the x>ve entitled action by the Clerk of uperior Court of Vance County on the *h day of December 1931. I will, on he 18th day of January. 1932, at 12 clock, noon, at the Court House door 1 said county, sell a* public auction y the highest bidder for cash, the fed wing described lot: Begin at the Northeast comer made v the intersection of Mayfield Alley th Grove Hill Street and run thence ong the edge cf Mayfield Alley North 1 3-4 East 108 3-4 feet to Henry Bcy ns (formerly Seymor e Fogg’s corner): , lence along Henry Boykin s line North- ! r ly so feet to corner of lot No. 32 May eld plot: thence South 10 1-4 West org Hne of lot No. 32 102 1-2 feet to rove Hill Street, thence along Grove 'ill Street. South 15 3-4 East 50 feet > place of beginning. Same being lot 0. 33 of the Mayfield property. See ook 134 page 309. bis 17th day of December. 1931. R. G. KITTRELL, Commissioner, enderson N. C. * "rry and Kittrell, Attys. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE O* LAND* 1« Superior Court .’OftTH CAROLINA. ANCE COUNTY City of Henderson Vs. :rncst Sumerville. Lizzie Sumerville S?m Watson. Thomas Watson. Alex Wat sen. Bettie Gales and husband. Henry Gales. Sally Pal ilk) and hus band. W, A. Patiilo. Florine Bran don, Alice Brandon, Christine Bran don Made Brandon, Jennie V. Brandon Bettie Brandon, D. P. Mc- Duffee, guardian ad litem, and all other heirs of Matilda Watson and Alice Watson and ‘all other persons claiming any interest in the below de scribed land: Pursuant to a judgment entered In >he above entitled action by the Clerk ’* Superior Court of Vance County on he Tth day of December, 1931. I will, n the 18th day nf January, 1932. at 12 ■clock, noon at the Court House door n .■‘aid County sell at public auction ° the highest bidder for cash, the fol lowing described lot: Begin at an iron stake on the East dde of Orove Hill (Hamilton) Street, oraer of the colored Presbyterian Church (parsonage) lot, ana run hence along said Church lot N II E 193 3-4 feet to a stake, corner of a*Jd hurch lot in Simon p. Kearney's line; hence along said Kearney's line N. 20 1-2 W 50 feet, to an iron Stoke In *aid Kearney’s line; thence S. 62 W 100 1-2 feet to a stake on the .east edge Grow HJJI ('Hamilton) Street: thence along said Street S 16 E 50 feet to the Plane of beginning. Known" as the Matilda Wutoon or AMee Wat mo lot. This 17th day 0/ December. 1831. R- G. KITTRELL. Commissioner. Henderson. N. C. P*rry mad KKtoett Attyw. Michigan. HENDERSON, (N. C.,> DAILY DISPATCH SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1982 VIRGINIA GOLFER BIKFOR HONORS Showing Os Billy Howell Spot In Old Dominion Sport Circles Richmond. Jan. 2. A 19-year-old youth who a inmost scaled the pinnacle of golfdom stands out ns Virginia’* greatest contribution to the 1931 sports firmament. While Virginia teams were being cuffed about ou the gridiron, while the Big Four wound up a season with fewer victories than losses, the ac complishment of Billy Howell in the National Amateur Tournament at Beverly gave the Old Dominion its great bid for sports recognition. It took sub-par golf in the closing stretch for Francis Ouimet, the new champion to whip the blonde Vir ginian in the semi-finals. Howell’s remarkable play at Beverly climaxed his year's achievements which included the Old Dominion championship at Hot Springs, his suc cessful defense of the Middle-Atlantic Amateur title, and his victory in the Virginia amateur. TOTAL TAG SALES LARGER THAN 1930 Total ot 120,000 Compared With 106,000 Have Been Sold So Far Dully l)|»Mirt nnreaa. In Ike Sir Walter Hotel. «T J C. UiSKEnvaU Raleigh, Jan. 2. Total license sales up to this morning totulled approx imately 120,000 compared with 106.600 to the same date last year. L. S. Har ris, chief of the automobile license bureau of the State Department of Revenue announced today. A total of 15.256 license were sold on Thursday. December 31. the last day on which the old 1931 licenses could be legally used. Yesterday's sales were not so heavy, but it is expected that another 100.000 license plates will be sold be fore the end of this month. A total of 420,000 license plates were • Foloists In The Making / , ... > —..j - If starting them young is the correct method of setting the feet of th*. young idea on the road to stardom, these little polists in embryo should be swinging their mallets for Uncle Sam in Jthe international games of 19 something. They are Duncan Vail (left), son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Vail, of Glen Cove, L. 1., and Peter Tufts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tufts, of Pinehurst, N. C. They are shwwn getting their first lesson from Captain W. V. Slocock. who is in charge of polo at Pinehurst Country Club, in the popular North Can»l'» ! > re.-ort. ■ - ” ■■■* - Ski For Three —AH Stars Hera are three of the Winter sports notable* assembled at Lake I’lacid, N. Y., as they appeared all ready for a skim down enowp riope. They are, leftp o right; Olle Zetterstrom, candidate for the U. S tros»- country ski team; Sven Utt erst root, Swedish entry in the 1932 Winter Olympic* and world** champion crpsn-country skier, and Ro4f Monsen, U. S. candidate for the ski jumping event. Mohsen ijroßniemhered for his work in the 1928 Olympics. This year's games are scheduled f° r February at Lake Placid. SORDS POINTS—By Sords Twe jS ; FAReo 6XPR&SS / j i,AX£ **— ~ - '“ivJE.O fUP sold during 1931, representing about 400,000 motor vehicles in the State, or almost 100,000 fewer than were li censed in 192®, «,ccorn»"S to Mr. Har ris. Unless conditions get much bet ter during 1982, Mr. Harris does not expect more tluin 350,000 motor ve hcles to be Icensed ths year. However, if conditions improve the number of notor vehicles may exceed the num ber licensed last year. EASTERNERS TAKE GAME FROM WEST Fifty Thousand Fans See Charity Contest In San Francisco San Francisco, Jan. 2 (AP)—Crash ing over a touchdown in the closing minutes of the first period and show ing a deckled superiority on both of fensive and defensive throughout the contest. East conquered west 6-0 yes “1 . BESTWISHES FOR A HAPPY AND SUCCESSFUL The New Year brings a precious gift this r* VV January CONFIDENCE. Confidence that a year of striving will be followed by a * wri AT% year of thriving. Confidence that a return JhiA lx to hard work and unselfishness will be re warded by prosperity the prosperity that is ours by right of labor. To each of our many friends w e extend, from the certainty of i conviction, the wish that 1932 will bring all good things t - , : concerted effort, the zest of accomplishment, the thrill of liv- ; ing _ _ all of which spells HAPPINESS. Join Now Our 1932 Christmas Savings Chib No Depositor Ever Lost A Dollar in an Industrial Ranlf, The Industrial Bank of Henderson JOEL T. CHEATHAM, President M. W. WESTER, Caahier ■pilllillllllli^^ « - ■ terday in a gridiron struggle played in the name of oharity. Some 50,01 m fans filled Kezar Sta dium to near capacity at the start of the game, but a steady downpour aft er the first quarter rained half the crowd out. Meanwhile some of the outstanding football stars of the country slipped and slid through mud inches deep as the eastern representatives adapted themselves (to conditions An belter fashion than their opponents. With the field comparatively dry during the opening period, the east erners took advantage of two poor punts by the westerners to put the ball into play 24 yards from goal. Steady smashes at the line- with the East's powerful forward wall opening mians ! OLYMPIC YEAR FOR TRACK IS OPENED , First Events Set For Brook lyn Infantry Armory On Tonight New York, Jan. ‘2 (AP)—The Olym pic year in the track field world gets under way tonight with the sixth annual indoor games of the Columbia Council, Knights of Columbus at the 108th Infantry armory in Brooklyn. This meet, annually the opening af fair of the indoor track season, is regarded with especial interest this year because a number of stars have chosen it aa the starling point for their campaign for places on the team which will represent lhe United Staten at Los Angeles next summer. The entry list Includes over 400 names. Five special Invitation races are on the program as well as throe featured mile relays which have attracted the entries of 48 teams. A 5,000 meter race, aimed directly as preparation for the Olympic games has drawn entries from Joe McClus key of Fordham, holder of a long list of national and intercollegiate dis tance titles. Tom McDonough of the 3oston A. A.. George Barker of New York University and a dozen other well-known runners. The distance is about 3 1-8 miles. Gene Venzko of New York, who won the Columbus mile In 4:15 2-5 last year. Is favored to retain h l * ■•rowd although he will face such stars as Donald Fleet of Boston Col 'ege, Phil Edwards, now representing McGill University of Canada. Frank Nordell. of N. Y. U. and James Ken nedy of the Neward A C. Tennis Star Undergoes Knife. Munich. Germany. Jan. 2. -CUly Aussen, Germany’s No. 1 ranking wo man tennis player, underwent an op eration for appendicitis yesterday. The attending physician reported the operation aa successful and said he expected no complications. up huge holes, enabled Russell of Northwestern and Purvis of Purdue to push the pigskin over, Purvis scor ing- From thetlme the score was made until the elostnggun, the East was on the offensive. In the second period, the West reached the exact 1 mid-field markk. but not once was able to pene trate the territory of the East.