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Tide Hopes At Stake In Durham Tilt ‘S&K'L. 0 ' In Duke Gym Tonight purtum. FeT 13 With the «.ge (cr a championship battle of the * nr A tT Duke and Carolina cage [£, .m'mm ■» ti" Blue SS. « «■* » rl,Kk , * ' re-u ”* n starts at 713 - * j**/jj teams have made the rounds g.. Five circles with the exception “paying the.r second game with V c State The winner of tonights almost the sure shot state “SK-. battle will put the Indt -4»il >tars of North Carolina on the Wilmer Hines anti Virgil f|#lherJ Carolina's two high scor f(irwar<fc< will have to elule the i(J|(K ius juardlnt; of John Shaw and Thompson before they will be in make the number of points M have been scoring. The indt- Ttfual rash of these performers *8 ex to be a "hammer and tong" iftfciT j4ert» and his brother. Jim. have led (S, Blue Devils in many games this and are two of the mo* pro __capers In tDuke's brilliant history. They are both ajtoooree. pam*- tonight should be packed til the thrills that make up a *apionship game. There Is no J S* that both teams are geared to ; * Ikphest speed and that both will ! * n the peak of their season’s per tmances. Put* athletic officials expect the crowd of the season and have mde ample seating arrangements. Leads Terrors Ciptain Bud Rose guard and lead af scorer of the 1932 State College hdethall team, who will lead the ** Terrors against Duke University Twsday night in the Prank Thomp ** gymnasium at Raleigh. The will start at 8 o’clock. Rose saw little action In State’s previous game with Duke because of u ajury to his knee received in the WUe F <>r«t game earlier In the sea *°B The Terror captain is still hav *S trouble with his knee, but will be tor the Blue Devils, says Dr. Sermon, trainer and coach. In U>e ten arnes that he has played ,hB wiiyeT ' Including the Davidoon **°* °n Wednesday nigh*. Rose has 52 points. His knee injury ** him out of the Virgin* game. iifwoW STATE IS GROWING M »ny Resident. Os North Larolina Interested In Fore*t Work 18 North n b * einn,n ß to bear fruit. th « increased ? , . ma “ ev,d «“ Tlc « <i *W est treo d *ntuest in planting for rC,,,hout th * State this sion for r arPS Graeber. exten u7, r at State College, who Wwtntly in P f n U M p,anUn S to now ap jj 2 in r,J| l sw,ng. the fi.|j a *k* r b;is *-**n constantly In dr* ,h * inclusion of the nr? J?* toeetings - cf December and tr, » r ; and «nd« that farm yave the^r ste<l ‘ n P ,antin & trees idi. er oded hillsides, to *ot> of an anf * s to build up a future . 'cumulated wealth for the forestry Weeks "hlle String »r eas u. ° nß trations in various for .e^, raeb * r has re «etved or fon *arded V 1 , tree * wh, «h he has **ty. M a _„ 0 ,h * State Forest Nur fbe re&uit Vv/ ,f ,bese ord *ra came as Plant pub,,c demonstrations In , l ° a ••aeration ago. •wnat it d onßer th * boss but the bu rather . not *®* k to dominate * in «r to serve. Cflrofwfl Meet In Cage Feature Tonisht TWO GOOD REASONS Two good reasons why Duke fol- ■ towers think the blue Devils win whip HIGH CAGERS LOSE TO DUKE QUINTET Team of Freshmen of Dur ham University Too Much For Bulldogs Henderson high school cagers yes terday lost a game to the All-Ameri can cagers of the Duke University freshmen at Durham, by a score of 31 to 19. The Duke Team, made up of a group of freshmen who were not quite good enough for the freshman team, had little trouble in turning back Coach Payne's men. although the Henderson boys put up a good fight throughout. Galbraith and Carcia were the 4tars for the Duke quintet, the former cag ing ten points and the latter eight. For Henderson Peyton Rogers and William Greene were the high scor ers. with eight and five points respect ively. The lineup: All Henderson (19) Foh. Americans (31) Wafikins (2) May (5) Right Forward Greene (5) Galbraith (10) Left Forward M. Rogers Ferrell (3) Center Chavaase Garcia (8) Right Guard P. Rogers (8) .’ Casper (3) Left Guard Scoring subs: Henderson: Eason (4). All-Americans: Lemon (2). BIG SISTER— Just Give Me A Hint By LES FORGRAVE nov; remember vjkat t IE /" ~ -n I ~ 1 Told vou to set at txe / |e[ ift well.young makj ; / ( can't yoo ) I - - -■ t DRUS STORE AMD HURRY ( E=l J WHAT CW IDO \ . \ ReMEMt3£(7 / \ OONWIE' THIS IS FOR V? p ORV°u? \ WHAT voo ( ZZ\ ViHAT S I —- poor old f thure X S>■ j came por? \ - —\ )-27\ n^— H-, ) / ILL hORRv! \ 1 WANT \ V ) —V lT - VJHAT VOU F r/f£ GI/MPS —THE OLD GUARD -!VtiMKIN<, 'but ■ man The sea- GRAB THIS FOK LEAVE ME J MbiaBBBW, XH. CJ, DAILY DISPATCH' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18,1932 ' Carolina’s Tar Heels tonight, in the , Duke gym are pictured above. They Middleburg Cage Team Takes Leadership Middleburg high cagers last night advanced "to the semi-finals of the battle for district basketball honors when they downed the Spring Hope high school quintet by a score of 11 to 8, in one of the hardest, fought games of the season, which was played in the Wake Forest college Gymnas ium at Wake Forest. Both of the teams put up a stiff fight and tihe final score was in doubt until the whistle ended the contest. The victory gave the Middleburg team the lead ership of their group in the district and on Tuesday night they will go to Oxford to meet the Oxford Orphan age quintet, winners in another group of the dtotrtot in another game which will have a bearing on the district honors. In previous games Middleburg and Spring Hope had each won once and this made necessary the playoff at Wake Forest laat night. Middleburg started off fast and went into the lead in the first quarter. The Spring Hope team, however, staged a rally during the last minutes of the first half and caged two field goals to take a lead of 5 to 4. Middleburg fought back in the third period which ended with the teams deadlocked at 7-all. In the final min utes of the game Middleburg sank two field goals to take the lead, which they held until the whMtle ending the game'was sounded. The Middleburg defense worked well | are Jim an<J Herb Thompson; doing the brother act at Ddke. Jim’b a for- I ward, Herb a guard. * during the game last night, with the exception of one time when the Vance counity team slackened their speed to allow the Spring Hope boys to get into the lead. Stainback led the Middleburg scor ing with five points, while Kimball scored four and Briggs three. For the Spring Hope team G. Cameron with five points was the leader, while Bergeron scored the o’.her three. v The Ldneup: Middleburg Pos. Spring Hope Stainback Bergeron Forward Kimball Brantley Forward • Woodall G.' Cameron Center Wilson Edwards Guard Briggs R. Cameron Guard Subs: Middleburg Sturges. Duke Swimmers And Wrestlers Meet Generals Durham, N. C., Feb. 12—Duke’s swimming and wrestling teams will meet the Washington and Lee outfits at Lexington. Va., tomorrow. Tt will be fche final meet of the sea for the Duke mat men and will State And Wake Forest Meet In Raleigh Tonight Raledgh, Feb. 13 A Big Five bas ketball game between State college and Wake Forest will be played here tonight at 8 o'clock In the Frank Thotnpsou gymnasium. The varsity game will follow a tilt between the yearling teams of the two institutions scheduled to start at 7 o’clock. The game is the second for berth schools this week. Thursday night, Wake Forest lost to Duke, 32-25 and on Wednesday night, State eked out a 27-26 win over Davidson. Both games were played in Raleigh. In their first appearance this win ter, State defeated Wake Forest 19-14. Last year, Sta'tc won over the Dea cons 42-20 in their first scrap and were defeated 20-19 in the second game. That defeat at the hands of the Dea- LEGION OFFICIAL IS VISITOR IN OXFORD Henry C. Bourne, of Tarboro, State Commander of the American Legion was heard by a large gathering at the Community House in Oxford last night. He was the guest of the Am erican Legion auxiliary at the meet ing and made a short address. Mem bers of the American Legion were invited to attend the meeting and hear Commander Bourne. A social hour was enjoyed following the ad dress by the Legion official. pit them against what is said to be the outstanding team in the southern conference. Duke's three outstanding stars, On iako, 118, Captain Gamble, 126, and Bryan, 175, kept their records clean last week against Davidson and will go into the matches with Washing ton and Lee undefeated for the sea son. -World-Wide Amity I ’ 1A WSF' u y 11 W v y WjM' d - - ■ v' l %v Bar--- The Olympic Games ar« supposed to foster cordial international re lations and there is no doubt of' the result here shown at Lake Placid. New York, following the finish of the women’s 600-metre skating race. Elizabeth Dubois, TJ. S. entry who finished second, kissed Jean Wilson, the Canadiaa girl winner of the event. cons knocked the Red Terrors out of a tie with Duke for the title. In their other Big F.ve games thus winter, State has defeated Carolina and has lost to Duke. Wake Forest is yet to win a game. The Baptist team has been defeated twice by Carolina and Duke’s win Thursday wa» Its second over the Deacons. A" win to night for State’ will keep Ihe Red Terrors in the running for *the Big Five stakes, but a defeat would prac tically eliminate them. Wake For est is already out of the picture. Sate will start Its regular team of Claude Morgan, center; Ralph John son and Jimmy Brown, forwards; Cajp*ain Bud Rose and Gilbert Clark, guards. USE Dispatch Want Ads FOR QUICK RESULTS. WOMEN POSITIONS ABOARD ocean liners; good pay; experience unnecessary. Write now; details 2c stamp. E. W. Arculus, Box 292. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 13-lti. FOR .RENT —EECOND FLOOR apartment. Located on Gholson Avenue. For particulars apply to Mrs. Goode Cheatham. 25-*tf. FOR RENT FURNISHED APART menit steam heated, hardwood floors, five closets, electric /itove, frigidaire, steam heated garage. Call phone 869-W. 11-ts. FOR RENT—MODERN SIX ROOM bungalow and several other good houses from five to eight rooms. Good locations. Rent reasonable. R. L. Must van. Phone 341-W. 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Harry Edwards, game warden for Vance county, today announced that the hunting season for all birds and animals would come to a clone after next Monday. Hunting is per missible on that day but not after that time. The hunting season opens Novem ber 15 and closes for everything on February 15. he said. He said he made the announcement that .the publio might be informed In the matter and itself accordingly. ms Dr. K. H. Patterson Eyr Sigbt Soffit hit Heitdbkson, N.C. FOR RENT FOUR ROOM COTTAGE with bath on half acre lot o& Ox ford Road. $15.00 per month. Ap ply to Patterson-Cartcr, Inc. S-t t. A . .LITTLE PE PSO-aINGER WU3L end your indigestion, or your drug gist will refund your money. 16-SOt. sprayed from my home yes* terday, one black pig. Any infor mation leading to recovery of same will be appreciated. Gall C. H. Hunt at Dorsey’s Drug Store. 13-2 t. 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