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Baseball Fans Called To Meet Here On Friday Night
Fate Os Gamecocks Will Be Decided At Session Whether or Not City Will ri»c Up Piedmont Lea gue Franchise Still Undecided Will H.-nderson do about Pted- baseball for 1932? Fans w ‘“ have t 0 dec,de< 01 vV Jenkins. president of the lauit year, announced to ”*** calling a mas* meeting of base "• , ini c'ub directors and Interest for Friday nl * ht ot th ‘ B " l The meeting will be held at • rorlwk in the American League ov vr the Page-Hocutt drug store Gsroett street. ( *n* here know the club ended _ reason with a financial deficit , prsrtically nothing has been done **L toward raising money to keep JTeam m the league Although It announced In other sections Henderson woukl give up their . fcl * no such decision has been here This meeting on Friday ~x*i i* t>einc held for the purpose of gjk r.£ a decision of some kind, it m mnounced. backing for the team will be «edei and it will be up to Ihe fans tt \ attending the mewing to ,J; f : some kind of a plan for the, ope rtn(. of the club here if they Intend vk <-P aseball While there may be ippeal for fund* at the meeting k* ire being urged not to stay awa fr» £< session because of this. It t* a meeting at which the fate iijeball h-*re as far as a franchise :a :5* Piedmont league Is concerned. wJ * deeded TV club d.rectors have correspond *;:h major league clubs in an ef fort to mt.resi them in taking over .y dub here as a farm but so far iom of '.rem have expressed this de se« I: .$ probable that some kind of proposition offered by a major lea gue dub will be offered to the fans, a!fftoart no announcement of this kxi een made Some kind of a working agreement might have been offered by a major league club and will co*n«' up for discussion. According to reports. Danville, Va . Salisbury and Wilmington are after the Henderson franchise and it is expected that they will have repre sentatives at the meeting in Durham on February 10th when the lineup for ’h. league for 1932 will be decided Henderson will have to be ready at ihs m-eiing t osay whether or not they are expecting to remain in the lea pie If they are not. then the fran ftaoe will be offered to one of these *b*-r Okies. The meeting on Friday night will be ’be l*us call to the fans to come to >- aid of the falling Gamecocks Txir response at this meeting will *ade the fate of the team. The pro jwnon will be put up to them fairly wie decision will be left to them 1 VICETEAMS iN TWO CONTESTS B°vs and Girls Both Defeat Combinations From Wil ton High School z *h Vance high school cagers last turned in a double victory over ?* b,,ys »nd girls from the Wilton school at Cooper's warehouse The hoys won their game 21 to " *hii f the girls came through with victory with a score of 19 to 10. Fir the girls team Briggs was the * core r with a dozen points for , aDcc Renn scored five points h'r team also. For the visitors *** caged a total of six points, the *r four being made by G. Saddler All of the points made by the Wil " were caged ft- W. Tippett, no made two field and four foul r* k f ,° r a total of the eight points t. .* y team. Breedlove was scorer for Zeb Vance with eleven whilp Watkins and Wood lief caged four points for the Vance team NOTU'K of sale of notes 520.942.70 or VANCE. • n ORTH CAROLINA Revenue No4^ blds ?or l^e ®b° v c notes will 1 UntU 10 ocloc,t a. m. Jan cy 1932. by the Local Gov w nt Emission of North Caro frj, offic « >n Raleigh, N. C.. 250, note * dated January »e r.f d January 30th. 1932. oonslst »ote " ote for M.OOOOO, and one »nd LJ 9 4?k 70, maturin * April 24. of Prior h ' 1932 ' without option *uction P <lyni ' ?nt There will be no ntereKt rate 6% per annum •ter* I>ayinent maturity, tairt ,pr***nt their bids * hank n ° *** u P°n an incorporated l ritet Co '* Payable unoort- the order of the State C, r ;, • r ~29ti - Th « «** * Th„ ,d 8 U f«»rved. • January 20th. 1982. fruecor “ JOHNSON. Ex-rv! L ° C * Secretary of the FRANKENSTEIN The Eyes Have It -7"'Mr 1 l ■ <> At first glance it would appear that Jimmy Bums, of Cedamurst, L. I. is a very vain young man, but it must be explained that though he tamely submits to the ministra tions of Emma Evans, who is coat ing his eyelashes with mascara, it is not for the sake of beauty. The mascara furnishes protection from the brilliant glare of the sun on the tennis courts at Miami Beach, Fla., and Jimmy, a crack player, is lust about to participate in a game HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS PLAY FRIDAY NIGHT \ Will Meet Zeb Vance A* Part of Double Header On Basketball Floor Girl cagers of Henderson high johool will play their first game of the season on Friday night, as a part of a double offering at which time the boys will also play a regular scheduled conference contest. The girls are sche duled to open with Zeb Vance cagers, while the boys will be hooking up with Chapel Hill. Miss Bryant, who- is coaching the girls team this season, has about twenty girls from which to pick her sextet for this season. Only a few of them played with the team last year, but those still playing will be the nucleus around which the team will be formed. The freshman class is offer ing some good material for the team, ilthough most of the younger girls are a little small. They are fast, however md have shown that they know the game Although a definite schedule has not been arranged for the girls, games have been scheduled as follows: Zeb Vance here on Friday night; January 26 Townsville here; January 29, Ox ford here; February 2. Oxford Orph- HUNTING and FISHING In NORTH CAROLINA By Aycock Brown Something About Trout When one slings a creel across his shoulders and heads for a mountain stream with rod and reel in North Carolina, he is usually thinking trout. In these streams there are two va rieties of trout, both of which are propagated in a large way by the hatcheriea at Waynesvilie, Roaring Gap and Marion. A genuine native of mountain streams In this state is the brook trout, classed as an emphatically cold water fish, thriving best in streams with a maximum temperature of 50 degrees, although it has been known to flourish in short coastal rivers mak ing runs to salt water during the winter months. The most natural dis tribution of the fish in North Caro lina is the headwaters of the Catawba and French Broad rivers, although* it has been distributed to such an extent that it is generally found in all moun tainous sections. Some of the larger species reach & length of 18 to 24 inches, but an angler can tell tall stories when the yland one measuring 15 inches, which is a size frequently brought to creel. One of the most beautiful fishes in Western Carolina streams is the rain bow trout, which is being continually distributed to various sections but not on such a large scale as are brook trout. The rainbow trout is also known as the California because it was from that state hta't the fish came when first turned loose In Carolina streams As early as 1880, the planting of young fish of this species was begun in the streams of western counties. The fish Is to warrotr and more slug gish waters than the brook and is in no sense a rival of the latter. Waters that have come unsuitable for brook trout through changed phy sical coadtUfios, maj be •dxaatefb’ HENPKRSQN, %N. C.J DAILY DISPATCH* WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20,1932 ' DING HEADS AGREE ON SHARKEY SCRAP Official Approval For Bout For Maxie Schmeling Given Yesterday New York, Jan. 20 (AP)—Putting aside any thoughts ot revenge which it may have had. the New York Boxing Commission yesterday welcomed Max Schmeling back into the fold, and san ctioned a return bout between the German title-holder and Jack Shar key of Boston. Twenty minutes after Schmeling stood before the commissioners and told them of his desire for a meeting with Sharkey, the press was summon ed anu handed the following facts: 1. Schmeling and Sharkey will meet on or before July 1 in a 15-round heavyweight championship bout. 2. Joe Jacobs, manager of Schmel ing, and Johnny Buckley, Sharkey’s manager, will appear before the com mission next Friday for the formal signing of contracts 3. Each fighter will be forced to post a guarantee of $25,000 as evi dence of good faith. The guarantee must be made by certified check, and in case of default half of the guaran tee will go to the promoter, half to the outraged opponent No mention was made of a pro moier, it being taken for granted (and rightly so) that the bout will be sponsored by Madison Square Garden The Garden holds a contract with Schmeling calling for the champion to make his next title defense under its banners. _ ail LOCAL ALL-STARS DOWN FRANKLINTON Henderson All-Stars defeated Frank- Linton’s town team ait Franklinton on Monday night 18 to 10 in a hard fought contest. Terrell was high scorer for the Henderson team while Bill Payne high school coach was runnerup. Payne’s floor work featured the gave Estes proved the biggest threat for the Franklinton team and scored six points. Purnell trailed Estes with three points while Captain McGhee, of Franklinton made the only other point for his team AYCOCK TEAMS WIN IN DOUBLE HEADER Aycock htgh school took a double header from the Yanceyvllle basket ball teams on the Hillsboro court Mon day night, the boys winning 21-16 and the girls 28-13. The boys game was hotly contested through. At the end ol the half, Yaa ceyvllle held a 11-6 lead over the home team. During the last half. Ay cock rallied to score 16 points and de feat the visitors. The Aycock girls had little diffi culty in shooting out a win over the Yanceyvllle team They maintained the lead throughout the game. anage there; February 5, Efland here; February 12. Warrenton here; Febru ary 16, Roanoke Rapids here; Feb ruary 19, Zeb Vance here; February 24, Warrenton there; February 26, Ox ford high there. Coach Bryant is viewing prospects for the 1932 season with ..optimism and is certain that the girls will fur nish the basketball fans of this sec tion with some good games. ously stocked with rainbow trout. Us ually the streams in the foothills of the mountains where the water Is warmer Is the best place to try for species of the rainbow tribe. Trout feed on Insects, lavae, worms and crustaceans, and as a result they usually become quite interested when a fly is cast over their waters. Open Season On Trout. The trout season opens April 15 and closes September 1. Six inches with a minimum creel limit of 20 in one day is requirements on brook or speck led trout, while on rainbows the mini mum size Is eight inches or 15 in one day. County license cost $1.10; State license $2.10, and non-resident $5.10. Brief*. * Sitting, on the point of a marsh awaiting for geese to stool, three West Virginia hunters (In the Mattamusk keet region Hyde county) killed three deer during the past season. -4)ne of John D. Rockefeller's geo logists out in Colorado has made the statement that dogs were the premier Inhabitants of America, basing his .op inion on fossil remains that have lieen found. —Ohio muskallunge, which reached a maximum length of five feet, were recorded by a Dr. Jordan in 1889 as being common food fish for residents of the mountains living on the hanks of tbs French Broad river. If still nu merous (are they?) this fish would attract many fishermen up north who go to New England and Canada ana the Great Lakes region after this very carnivorous game fish. —Several hundred domesticated mal lards reared on the estate of Mackay Island Knapp and released on Cur rituck waters as they reached ma turity welcomed wildfowl as they t game south last fell* .. _ ■ Henderson High Cagers Take Contest From Efland Highs BIG YEAR AHEAD - - - By Sord» AAI> TRIEDOOt A "Successors -so JoeS/aw6 ( 9« 'AWbo t uei First Trtoostfr TM& „ First fC Baseman op tae u SENATORS x , . A GRWT SEASON W (<?3t xttyJgrjteZi,' $ fbfl. UMA Big Five Teams To Meet For Week-End Contests THfc Jtwi '*T«rror capers of N. C. State and the Tar Heel fighters of Carolina, were victorious in Big Five contests last night. State's cagers came through with a 19 to 14 win over Wake . Foreat at Raleigh while over at Chapel Hill both varsity and freshmen boxers of Carolina turned back the threata of Duke Blue Devil teams. The varsity team won four bouts of seven, while the frosh took five of seven from Duke yearlings. State was hard pushed to check up their victory over the Deacons at basketball last night and the half found them leading by only two points. 9 to 7. State put on full steam in the final half, however to go to the fron tand at the same time put a check on the Deacon scoring to take the contest. The fights between Duke and Car olina teams took place at Chapel Hill. The scrap saw Don Hyatt, Duke grld der, lost his bout to Wildcat Brown, of Carolina. Captain Bolick, of Duke made quick work of Curruthers. of Carolina in the final bout of the even ing. This fight was stopped by the referq* in the final round. Big Five teams will now get a rest until Fri< av night but on this night and Satuiuay they will face a stiff schedule of contests. Friday night finds Carolina and Wake Forest cage teams battling at Chapel Hill, with both marshy nnd freshmen participat ing. On Sar.uday night Duke and State rape teams will clash in Dur ham. their game to follow a battle be tween the fitollmen cagers of the two schools. Duke wrestlers will be at home to V. M. I. grapplers while Car olina's natmen will be in Blacksburg, STATE PLANS FOT SPRING FOOTBALL Gridiron Drill* For Wolf pack Scheduled To Be. gin on February Ist Raleigh, Jan. 20—Spring football practice at N. C. State College will begin February 1 and continue far five or six weeks, John P. "Clipper” Smith head football coach, announced today- Coach Smith and his assistant. Frank Reese, have been on the cam pus since January 7 making arrange ments for the beginning of practice. Smith said he was bolding up State's spring work until the first of February so football men now busy wtth boxing basketball, wrestling and track would be able to take part in moat of the training. State will lose only three of Us 1921 team by graduation this spring. They are Bud Rose, end).Romeo Le- Fort, guard and Dink Dellinger, half back Red Espey. captain of the 1*23 team is busy at present with boahag, but will report for the spring work short ly after the drills are started. One of the great discoveries of mod ern, times; the art of judging books .without baying read them. .Va. to meet the Virginia Tech team. Carolina boxers will be at home for scraps with tne Virginia Tech ring team. Frosh meets are also scheduled. WHErf BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILY. BUICK WILL BUILD THEM PRODUCT OP GENERAL MOTORS *1650 (Ponr-Doof' 1— - - Scdio with four - cylinder ■■■w H am a| av TBffiPJ Supreme Record of Value- Giving ™ and America's great response! Price* iboum m this chart an f. (. I. Flint, Mich. Almost S7OO less for a Buick Four- rewarded Buick for the achievement; Door Sedan in 1932 than in 1922! 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Is Thirfl Conference Win In Four Games For Coach Bill Payne’s Bulldogs Henderson high school cagere added another conference victory to bheir string last night, making it three vic tories to only one loos, when they downed the Efhahd high school team at Efland by a score of 20 to 11, The game was a hard fougbt one, regard less of the score, but the Bulldogß continued their hard playing and turned in another victory for their records. ; For the first two quarters the-.two teams played on about even terms. The Efland ‘team in this period how ever oubscored the Henderson • boys, ohalking up five points to four sot the Bulldogs. , Henderson opened up in the second period however and. at the end of the first half they' held A lead of 10 to 7 dver their opponents. ’ Both teams went scoreless in the third period but in the final quarter Henderson again exhibited a burst oif speed and doubled their score, while holding the Efland boys to four points In this time. The final score was 20 to 11. William Green, panky for Ihe Bulldogs, again led his team in scoring, with seven points, three field goals and a foul Peyton Rogers cag ed a couple of field goals and a foul for five points while both Watkins and Eason scored field goals twice for four points each. J. Efland, forward of the Efland quintet, led his team with four pblhts while Forest and Freeland-each, stor ed two for the Efland boys . Henderson is scheduled to clash with the Chapel-Hill -high school team here on Fr.’day night for their second conference game of the week. The lineups: Henderson Pos. Efland Watkins (4) Forest (2) Forward L. Eason (4) J. Efland (4) Forward Green (7) Freeland (2) Center P. Rogers (5) James Guard Chavasse W. Efland Guard Subs—Henderson: J Mills and F. Mills; Efland: Pender (1), McAdams (1) J. Pender (1). The absent-minded professor: "Richard 111. murdered all his suc cessors.” PAGE THREE LEONARD DICK MAY BE WILDCAT COACH Wood berry Forest Menton Understood To Have Been Offered Post Charlotte, Jan. 20 (AP)—The Char lotte Observer says that Leonard Dick, for several years football coach at Wood berry Forest. In Virginia, has been offered the position of head coach at D&Dvidson college. The rtory says Dick, who gradu ated at Davidson in 1923, had not reached a decision last night, but has igreed to decide’ and notify Davidson officials today In case be accepts, it says, it is likely that formal announce ment of the personnel of the David son coaching staff will be made to day. The paper says a coach named New ton. whose further identity it was not able to lfearti, 1 probably will be. assist ant coach If Dick declines the offer, it was staid, it' may be several weeks before my announcement is forthcoming. Davidson officials (have been devot ing much effort In recent weeks to secure successors to Monk Younger and Tex Tilson, who resigned within a month of each other to accept as sistant coaching jobs at V. P. 1., their alma mater. COACHESAT STATE NOT TO BE CHANGED Sermon Announces That No Changes Will Be Made For Next Year Raleigh, Jan. 20—Dr. Ray R. Ser mon, athletic director at N. C. State, said today that there would be no changes m the coaching roster at State for next year. Sermon will continue to act as ath letic director and head coach of the varsity basketball team. John P. *' 'Clipper” Smith, hjpad football coach; Frank Reese, backfieid coach of the varsity; Bo l * Warren. freshman coach; Bill Beatty, and J. B. “Shorty” Lawrence, assistant coaches of fresh man teams; Chick Doak, baseball and J. F. Miller, director of the depart ment of physical education.