Raleigh Caps Smother A’s In First Exhibition Game
One-Sided Score, 22-6,
Shows Pitching Needs
Wmft«i-Ssl«n Twins Were
Hue Here This Afternoon
The Raleigh Caps of the Piedmont
league swamped the A'* here yester
day at League Park by a score of 22-6
In the opening exhibition game for the
Oeorge Petty former Gamecock hur
ier now with the Caps, started on
the mound for the An and for five in
nings the game was very intereating
w.tb the score being tied at the end
o* ih* ■fourth and the Cape ledby a
one ran aiarglr. at the end of the
rutth. Petty i—tired, giving over the
mound duties to Tomlinson and the
fireworks commenced In the next
three inntnga. Raleigh scored 18 runs
off lt»e olferlrg of Tomlinson and
Watkins, who was sent in to relieve
Yesterday's game revealed the weak
ness of the club, good pitchers, and
Manager Pahlman will be scouting
around this week for some talent
along that ltoe.
A feature of the game was a home
run by Edwards over rightfleld <
fence Edwwrda. Pahlman. Long
mire and Atkinson each got two hits
for the A’a. I
Branch was cut of the game, and
Atkins. Carroll Tomlinson and Wat -
kma are all suffering from sore arms
and will take about a week more U
get in good shape.
Meet Twins Today
Weather permitting, the As were
to take on the Winston-Salem Twins
this afternoon at 3:15 o'clock. An
other hurler bad been brought in for
this gwaoe, and with Aid Sol nhining
brightly a good was expected.
There was a fair crowd at yester
day's game and a much larger on
w.xs expected this afternoon.
The score by innings:
Raleigh 38u 010 4U113-22 22 4
Henderson 012 000 021 - 6 12 4 1
Batteries: Raleigh Perry, Harris j
and Brandon. Benton. Henderson
Perry. TVxrfhnson Watkins and Par- |
Umpires Luebbe and Payne. !
STATE RIFLE TEAMS
TO MAKE ROAD TRIP
Ral?|jh. April 9 FVeshman and
var Ity rifle teams at State College
will riowe *hr>r schedules for this year
in the newt few days with road trips
Saturday for a match w*h the Wild
cats and on Friday ntght. April 15
The varsity team will go to Davidson
the yearlings will fire a nrght wwich
w>rh the V. P. I freshmen at Lex
The var-dty team is aho firing two
na-tamal telegraphic matches this
week-one in the William Randolph
Heatst trophy contest and the other in
ihe annual intercollegiate match con
ducted by the War Department.
Heads Monogram Club
Raleigh April 0- Milo StlJoupe.
star tackle of the State College foot
hill team for the ia.-R two years, has
b*en elected president of the college
nimogram club for 1932-33 to suc
ceed James ''Twee’' Floyd
o:her officers elect ad wore: Allen [
Nelms, vice-president: Reid Tull, see- )
rtsjry and CKajlie Cobb, treasurer. J
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Mary Connell, ol Scranton, Pa„
who is on« of the most enthusiastic
of the riding set at fashionable
White Sulphur Springs. W. Va.,
shows how she puts in the time
when not cantering along the
bridle paths of the southern resort.
She can ride both a toy horse and
the runtime article, hut rnN>ff»r*
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At State College
j Brought T o Close
| Raleigh. April 9—Spring football
j training at State College will end to
! day with a regulation football game
oerween two picked squads The gam
a ill be played or, Riddick field at 3
William 'Red'' Espey, center and
apiain of the 1932 team picked the
following team: Gnrneau and Redding
>nd*. Trowhkin and Daugherty, tack
les. Tull and Fabri. guards: Don Wti
<on. quarter; Bailey and Bohannon,
h&lfs and either Rex or Bowyer, full
back Charlie Ccbb, captain and tack
le of the 19SI team seleoted this team:
-'tephens and Greason ends; Strous.
ackle; Shan-ko and Bamhardt, guard
Hammerick. center; Klnken. quarter;
VfcAdams and Roy, halfs and Ctimis
STATE SWIMMERS TO
MEET DUKE TONIGHT
Raleigh. April 9 The first swim
ming meet between Duke University
ind State College will be held to
night. April 9, in the Frank Thomp
son gymnasium at 7:30. ’
Both sohools have strong teams and
the meet is creating quite a lot of
merest. Swimming is experiencing
, ts first year at State and
) meet is the second dual teat for ti.
I team ihia season.
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HENDERSON, (N. C.,) DAILY DISPATCH SATURDAY APRIL 9 1952
Tar Heel Teams To Have
Heavy Dates Coming Week
Chapel Hill. April 9. —Next week,
carries several heavy dates for the'
Carolina teams. Carolina's Southern
Conference indoor traok champs will
open their outdoor season at Navy
on Saturday, and the Tar Heels’ Tri-
Stale baseball champions will meet
V. M. I. here Saturday afternoon in
two of the headliners.
It will also be a big week for the
Carolina tennis players. Coach John
Kenfielil, rewarding his men for past
good work, is taking all the varsity
regulars and several of the best Fresh
men to Pinehurst, and they expect to
play some good tennis and to see a
lot more at the big North-South Tour
1.3 Contests Slated For
Davidson For Next Week
Davidson, April 9.- Davidson CoU
lego athletic teams will engage in a
total of 13 contests next week, which
will be one of the heaviest week's
slat on the Wiiccars spring schedule
of athletic activities. Both freshmen 1
and varsity aggregations in track,
baseball and tennis meet various op
ponents, and the varsity golf team
has two matches in Charlotte. Eight
of the tilts will be staged on grounds !
or courts at Davidson.
Moth the varstry ana iresnmen base-1
ball nines have a couple of contests 1
each next week, and all four of these
will be played on Richardson Field.
The heavy week of Davidson ath
letic events follows:
April Utii, x,ion varsity baseball '
here; University of Richmond golfers I
in Charlotte; Emory University vat- !
siiy tennis in Atlanta. Ga.
April I2th. Mt. Pleasant Institute j
vs. Davidson fresh in baseball, here; 1
Charlotte high vs. Davidson freshmen
in tennis, here.
Apiil 13th Duke varsity baseball
here; Furman tennis in Greenville. S.
April 14th, South Carolina varsity
in Columbia; Furman golfers in Char
//*) m^ ked
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YbUR OursTJc-Mt TO VCAH
1 PkAfW AMO OFTEN .
ney. Monday through Saturday.
The Tar Heels will enter their own
contingent of stars, including Bryan
Grant, former Southern and National
Claycourt champion; Wilmer Hines,
National Junior champ; and Lenior
Wright, finalist in the Southern tour
ney last summer.
The golf team will meet Rurman
on the neurby Hope Valley links Sat
urday in its one meet of the week.
Among the freshman teams, the Tar
Baby nine will open its season with
a game with Augusta Military Aca
demy here Monday afternoon and will
also play Louisburg College here Wed
April 15th, Presbyterian Junior Col
iege vs. l>H\iuson fiesh in 'baseball,
April 16th, Virginia Poiytectnic In
stitute varsity and freshmen teams,
here; University of Richmond varsity
THE OLD HOME TOWN »«**f*nu»haaoi«a By STANLEY
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/ BUT, THE TAU-OJS MAT OHAISQE: /
(JVjE AS MUCH AS *2 TO
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WHEN HOLDEN TITUS, THE TOWN TI <SHT\WAD,| /f
REMOVED HE " U
Discovered the suit he bought \ \
JN JANUARY WAS THfcEE SIZES i.
Too LAfeGE S*
_ 0 *932 L*« W Siani*|r C«nir»l Pro**
finish of Boviu inaugural
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f %'***'.■ 4* silts
'n.ir* p- 1 .r^.
Depression regardless, the opening of the Spring racing season at
Bowie, Md„ was as brilliant an event as it ever was before prosperity
took to playing hide-and-seek arouad mythical corner*. The fcighspot
on the opening program is shown above. Jockey Hanford is driving
Jaz Age to a whirlwind finish to win the Inaugural Handicap, the fea
ture eveaL Vacillate. Jockev Robertson up. is finishing second
SPRING SPORTS AT
Davidson. April 9.- Managers of the
freshmen teams of three spring sports
at Davidson College today made pub
lie the scheduler of their respective
outfits. Some of the teams have al
ready been in action, but examination
of the cards reveals that the freshman
baseball nine has 10 more contests
the yearling net men will meet three
other opponents, and the WUdkttten
traok outfit engages in five contests
and participates in the state track
meet at Greensboro.
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Cheatham. Phone 145. Wed-Sat. ts.
FOR RENT FIRST FLOOR FUR
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month. Phono 111 or see Mr*.
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msnts in the Stonewall, 215 Young
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C. 2 aud 9
MISS G. C. BLACKNALL, PUBLIC
stenographer now located at Hen
derson Book Co. Copying, multi
graphing, mimeographing. 2-4 f.
JUST ARRIVED A CARIXJAJD OF
the beat lumber values ever received
screen stock, ceiling, flooring, flu
iahing boards etc. Come and see
Alex 8. Watkins “Where quality
tells and prices sell." 9-Ui.
STOVE WOOD FOR SALE—WE
saw cord wood 75c per cord. Also
plowing and all kinds of local haul
ing. South Side Wood Yard. Phone
FOR SALE-FRESH MILCH COW
w*th ca,f 2 wteks old. Good bar
gain for cash. See C. H. WoodMef.
Klttrell, N. C. 9-Iti.
HAVE MOVED MY SEWING ROOM
to Henderaon Auction house. Make
print draws for SIOO. Trouaers
hemmed 28c also repair work Will
be glad to see my customers and
friends. Eva Spruill. 9-Iti
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Bulb?, five cents delivered Hough's.
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mowers! Bail bearing, tea.-inch
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one quality, one price, but its value!
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FOR RENT TWO COTTAGES,
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THE DAILY DISPATCH IS NOW~ON
sale at The Smoke Shop, Jefferson
Case, Henderson Candy Kitchen and
Wiggins Drug Store. You may se
cure a copy from any of theee places
at the regular price of sc. 26*tf
take effect Monday, 11th.
Plain dresses, 50c. Suits,
50c. Other things accord
ingly. We hope the peo
ple of Henderson will have
the same attitude toward
their cleaners, that the Ox
ford people have toward
theirs. They refuse to pa
tronize the Henderson
cleaners at any price.
We hope you will pat
ronize your own clean
ers. What it takes to do
dry cleaning, the May-
Smith Cleaning Company
has it. Cleaning and Press
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