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A*s Barely Miss Victory Over Winston-Salem Twins
Combination Os Miscues
Prove Undoing Os Locals
Pahlman To Take His Club
To Raleigh Tomorrow for
Return Game With Caps;
George Whitted s Built
From Durham Come Here
On Wednesday
A w>Ul piuh. a base on balls, a poss
* j boll and an ertor. all coming In the
iia.h inning of their exhibition game
Saturday at League Park cost the
H«nd«ren A s a victory over the Win
t.on-Stleni Twins.
Tue Athletics \*ere leading 2-1 at the
tnd of ihe fifth inning, but the Twins
caste back strong in the sixtli. and
sroi:d three runs that proved the mar
gin for the winning of the seven-in
ning game.
• Mmk Oi mend was on the mound
for the A s and allowed the Twins nine
hits, which he kept well scattered,
while his teammatt* were getting
, nly six hits to score two runs and
were making two errors.
Gii To Kalclgh Tomorrow
Manager Pahtar.an will take his A's
to the Capital city tomorrow afternoon
to meet the Rah igh Caps in a return
game the Caps having routed the A s
•St-4 last Friday.
Three Men Released
Pink slips seemed to be the order
of the day today, and Carroll, thin!
baseman. Tomlinson, pitcher and At
kin-on. second haseman. all got their
walking papers from Manager Pahl
man. who at the same time said that
Branch would be moved over to third
base, and Roboon will hold down
second These me both local boys.
Two pitchers are understood to be on
their way to bolster the As hurling
naff
I.ee Meadow'-. Hay Wednesday
"denial Georgt" Whitted will bring
his Durham Bulks of the Piedmont
league over to the Henderson A s pas
ture Wednesday for the celebration of
"Lee Meadows Day" at which time the
former big league pitcher will twirl
again-d the A’s.
A familiar face to the fans here will
be in the Bulls uniform this yeai. and
I hat is "Lefty'' Wllv>n former dame
cock chunker, who may sec action
against the A's.
Score by innings: R H E
Wiastoa-Salem ... 001 00 31 5 9 0
B- aderson 001 100 00 2 <5 2
Batteries: Winston Salem Huuter,
Rersulo and Steplrem.’in. Henderson
Oirtsnd and Parrish.
POLITICAL
NOTICES
Special Notice
Tills U l* netif> all randkfaitn for
eif ter tliat political rrfOiiee* published
in this column or rlwwhrrf In the
Ouilv Dispatch arr cash in advance.
Hates fnr.tished upon application.
FOR CONSTABLE
IB
Km '
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WBiLjamm
This is to say to my frleiute that I
m 11 b» a candidate for constable of
t Henderson township in the June l
Demoo-atic primary, and 1 solleli your
Mipport. which will be jjreatly appre
ciated.
I. C CHAMPION.
FOR TIIE SENATE
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the State Senate from the district
composed of Vance and Warren coun
ties. subject to the Democratic pri
mary of June 4, and will apppreclate
your support.
W. S. CORBITT.
FOR ST ATE SENATE
I hereby announce my candidacy to
if present Vance and Warren ooun
tle* In the Senate for the North Caxo
l.na;General Assembly, subject to thf
act lan of the Democratic Primary,
June 4th., 1932.
Your support will be deeply appre
ciated .
D. P. MCDUFFEE.
W. H. Boyd
' Br(l»tprrd Engineer and itarvtyar
Office In Law Building
Office Fhonc 1M Home Plumm 10
SECOND ELECTION
FOR GOVERNORSHIP
SEEMS INEVITABLE'
(Continued from Page One.)
that Fountain is still in the lead and
is going to stay there. But the hun
dreds of letters which the managers
for both Ehringh&us and Maxwell say
they have received from those who
formerly have been for Fountain but
now are for their candidates, are con- I
vincing them that their candidates are !
gradually forging ahead. Some of
Fountain's friends are reluctanly ad
mitting that he does not seem to be
gaining as she should.
Fountain does not seem to he wor
ried. howeve ro.nctinueg to wear the j
same ingratiating smile and to shake ,
hands with us much abandon as ever.
' They are doing all they can to try i
to mark out by tracks and beat me." |
Fountain said hero the other day. |
"But 1 hardly think they can mark j
hem all out."
Nor does Maxwell agree that Ehring
haus is in the lead and that he Is j
in the bottom position, although he |
does maintain that much of the talk ,
about Fountain's strength is pure ;
myth. Just back from a trip of several !
days that took him into Western i
North Carolina, Maxwell said: 1
"I was most agreeably surprised at
the sentiment in favor of my candi- !
Jacv that existed in every county 1;
visited. For while I knew I had man*
friends and supporters in these coun- J
Mes. I did not realize just how much
•strength I had gained. I also found \
'hat much of the support that had
been acciedited to Mr. Fountain in
many of these counties was purely
mVtbical and that the strength of
Mr. Ehringhaus has been greatly over- ,
rated in many localities. I am more
than delighted with the manner In
which my campaign is progressing.”
Ehringhaus personally is reluctant
o discuss his campaign, but his man
ager. Major L. P. McLendon, is en
thusiastic and does not hesitate to
ell the State that Eh ring ha us is go
ng to win the nomination and be the
lext governor. Friends of Ehringhaus
ire alsA delighted at the manner in
vhkh he is pouring the verbal shot
md shell into his opponents, especially
'oontain. whom they regard as more
oi midable than Maxwell. They like
he manner in wtucii he is hurling
luestion after quest.on and challenge
ifter challenge at Fountain. They like j
he way in which Qhringhaus dubbed ’
Maintain "The Kingfish" in his speech ’
n Lillington. in attempting to show ]
-low Fountain has steadily been dodg- |
ng the real issues in the campaign.
The Moderns sometimes forget that
hey themelevs are building on found- 1
at lona securely laid by former gen- !
•rations.
baseball season launched in national capital
I MANACtR JOHNSON IT^MllWr
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CKimTH STADIUM,'WASiiIXGTONT>~ 1
One dbv ahead of other major
league clubs, the Washington Sen
ators and Boston Red Sox open
the American league bane ball *ea
THE GUMPS LEAVE IT TO MAMMA
t®NAT Ft*i | WISH VOO HAD SEEN _ BE SMART- OONT LET HIM THINK THAT"^
WILLIES KIS . EXPRESSION \NHEN \ TOLb \ { TOO UUST LEAVE N TOO ARE A LITTLE, WALL FLOWER- 1
MAMA VS H |M aJBOOT 'THE COUNT- \ ) IT TO ME TO HANbLE | JUST StYTVNfc, ANb FOR HIM B
HAVINtx rvk. HOW* WE MOST KEEP THIS I { VOOfL CAMPAI*»M \ TO POP THE QOS/STION - AND THAT M
TtASIHG »M- | Mil, STCkRV UP - AND MAKE V-HAA V / FOR YOU- WUR C*-C> / HE'S THE ONLY MAM IM THE WORLD -
=™as— ■ BELIETE A COUNT IS REALLY/ \ MOTHER SUCH A J MAKE HIM THINK THAT HE HAWT ffg
SHE SAW ■ 1 i\ CRAZY ABOUT YOU- 0 TTx V POOL - YOU KHOMI V A CHANCE LET HIM WORRY- \Jp
HOW fiihWL- t j—S \ REMEMBER- A MAN STRIVES FOR 1
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HENDERSON. (N. C.,) DAILY DISPATCH MONDAY, APRIL 11 1952 1
Bulldogs Tomorrow To
Play Bethel Hill Nine
The Henderson high school Bull
dogs journey to Bethel Hill in Per
son county tomorrow afternoon to
meet the nine at that place for the
fourth conference encounter of the
season for the local school. The team,
in its last two starts, has been dis
astrous. being defeuted by Zeb Vance
and routed by Chapel Hill.
The Bulldogs defeated Oxford, the
winner over Bethel Hill, in a pre
vious game and the chances are that
they will take the game from Bethel
First Game Os Season
Today In Big Leagues
Major League baseball play was to
get underway this afternoon in Wash
ington, with President Hoover tossing
the first ball in the Bonton-Washir-g
--ton game This game proceeds the
general opening of play by all clubs
Tuesday.
Today's card finds Boston at Wash
ington for the season's opener and
Duke Opens “Big Five”
Card On Next Wednesday
Durham. April 11.-Duke's 1932
baseball team will start its campaign
for a fourth straight Big Five title
by meeting Davidson at Davidson Wed
nesday in the feature event of Duke’s
busy card this week.
Coach Jack Coombs has a state
championship to represent each of the
three years he has been at Duke but
is not at all optimistic about the
chances this year. He says State. Da
vidson, Carolina and Wake Forest all
have strong teams this year with the
edge favoring the Tar Heels.
Wednesday’s tilt with Davidson is
just a start for the bctseballers. Fri
day they meet V. M. I. here in a
southern conference engagement and
the following day they play their sec
ond state game and their third con
ference battle by meeting State at
Raleigh.
A total of eleven events are on
Duke's card for the week. The fresh
man ball club opens Us season Tues
day in a game with Augusta Military
academy and then meets Danville
Military Institute here Wednesday.
The varsity and freshman tennis
teams and the varsity golf outfit are
slated for action. The varsity netters
meet Davidson at Davidson while the
baseball game is in progress and then
face State at Durham Saturday. The
frosh racket wielders meet Durham
son in Griffith stadium, Washing
ton, D C. President Hoover, who
probably will toss out the first ball
LB the traditional manner; man
Hill tomorrow, it is believed.
Harris, the start hurler of the BnU
dogs, will probably get the call to the
mound, with J. Milks doing the work
behind the plate. Coach Payne has
been shifting his men in an endeavor
to bolster the weak places at short
stop and second base. These two ]>oel
tlons seem to be the weakest points
cm the team. Several combi natioaa
have Keen tried at tliese posts, hut
none has proved successful in stop
ping up the wide gaps there.
the only game to he played today.
Tuesday finds live National Leaguers
playing with Boston at Brooklyn,
Chicago at Cincinnati, and Philadel
phia at New York.
The American League will play as
followers: St. Louis at Chicago, Wash
ington at Boston, Cleveland at Detroit
and New York at Philadelphia.
highs here Tuesday. Wake Forest
there Thursday and Washington highs
at Washington Saturday.
The golfers, wlio dropped a one
point meet to Carolina last week after
having soundly trounced their first
three so will meet State here Sat
urday in a return match.
CO-OP MARKETING
IS HERE TO STAY
Raleigh, April 9. - Cotton coopera
tive marketing in North Carolina, now
entering its eleventh year, is here to
stay.
So, indirectly, says the withdrawal'
report of the North Carolina Cotton
Growers Cooperative Association
which shows that, although the gates
were thrown wide open during the
months of January and February,
withdrawals were leas than four per
cent of the membership- 3.*6 per cent
to b exact.
Most of thosi*'withdrawing explain
ed they were doing so only because
they had found it no longer profitable
to grow cotton end that they did not
want the association to incur mailing
expense on their account.
age*? of the two rival eluba and
the scene of the opening game
are shown above. The clubs will
move next day to Boston,
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