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Henderson Athletics Defeat Youngsville Nine, 12-3 two ns FOR THE LOCAL TEAM Greensboro Pats Cancel The Game Scheduled Here For This Afternoon The Henderson Athletics won over Youngsville j’Mterday 12-S In a |ftmf played at the Franklin county town. The A s had no trouble in taking this victory behind the six-bit pitching of I>avts local chunker, while his team mate* were banging Carroll for 15 hits. Two of them were for home runs, one by Parrish and the other by Edwards, each coming with two men on the paths. Carroll poled one for the Youngsville nine with two men on In the second inning Breedlove. Mlddlebueg boy. played shortstop yesterduv for the A’s. ami secured four hits out of five trips to the plate in his first professional ball game Two New Recruits Riley, an infielder, and James, an outfielder, of Hillsboro, reported last night to the As. and will get their first workout today against Wake Forest College. Patriots C ancel lisnte. The Greensboro Patriots cancelled their game for today with the Hen derson Athletics, it was learned this morning. Branch Rickey, vice-presi dent of the St. Louis Cardinals, of which Greensboro is a member ol their farm, called Manager Pnhlman on the phone last night aad asked that the game be cancelled so that he may see the team in notion in Greensboro against Elmira, N. Y., an other member of the Cardinal chain Wake Forest College has been sub stituted on short notice for this aft ernoon and a good game is expected Score by innings yesterday. R.H.E. Henderson 000 406 03d—12 15 1 Youngsville 030 000 000— 3 6 3 Batteries Henderson, Davis and Parrish. Guthrie; Youngsville, Carroll and Masters. iSSIItI AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit 14; St !x>ui* 7. Washington 15; Philadelphia 7. Cleveland 2; Chicago 1. o*he rs not scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 3; St. Ixiuis 1. Boeton 7; New York 1. Cincinnati 5; Pittsburgh 0. Brooklyn 8; Philndelrftiia ft. The preeent pessimistic view of an everlasting depression Is mainly re sponsible for the length of .the de pression. POLITICAL NOTICES Special Notice mis U tn notif> all nindldatra fn» effkw that political ibotices puhllsbHt In IWs column or rKcw here In tht Daily Dispatch are cuhli in udvanrc Katea furnished upon application. FOR THE SENATE I hereby announce my candidacy foi the State Senate from the district composed of Vance and Warrefi coun ties, subject to the Democratic pri mary of June 4, nr.J will appprectatc yoiir Support. W S. CORBITT. FOR CONSTABLE This Is to say to my friends that 1 will b’ a candidate for constable of Henderson township Ip the, June ‘ 4 Democratic primary, and I solicit yout support, which wiH be greatly appre ciated . J. C. CHAMPION. FOR STITKSENATE ~ I hereby announce my candidacy to represent Vance and Warrert coun ties in the Senate for the North Carre lina G ‘neral Assembly, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, June 4th., 1932. Your support will be deeply appre ciated . D. P MCDUFFEE. LAST CHANCE All city taxes and street assessments must be paid during April to prevent the advertising and sale of property. THE FIRST ADVERTISEMENT WILL BE PUBLISHED ON MONDAY, MAY 2. The law requires that this action be taken, and I urge all who have not settled their taxes and srreet. assessments to do so at once and avoid further expense. S. B. BUKWELL City Clerk and Tax Collector it- LOOKS GOOD By Jack SarcU ut Air we Bau- at k VSURTfWdS CliP /M -W ''' I TMf ©ftCM/alS' CATCAiMS- • ACE APPBAfiS Poe Fez a GBA&1 To Side TMe SAtteS v Best BAcgsroPs a Mot kjj*i ■“ Fbtt. moajoas Carolina And Duke Favored In Week’s Tennis Tourney Chapel Hill. April 19.—Carolina and Duke tennis teams, which joined loroes in an unsuccessful assault on The Davis Cup powers at Pinehurst ast week will be the favored rivals vhen the annual North Carolina Col ege Tourney gets under way here Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. A freshman tourney is being added .or the first time this year. Bryan Grant, Carolina ace, will be >ack to defend his singles crown, bui ndications are that he may be hard nished by two teammates, Wilmer ilines and I*>nior Wright, and by Staftctn£sl AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Washington 4 2 .667 Stroll 4 o .667 4ew York 2 1 .667 "■hiiadelphla 3 2 ,600 Tlevelajid 3 3 ;,(*) 't I-nuis 2 5 .286 0 4 .000 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Chicago 4 2 667 Philadelphia 3 2 .600 Boston 3 2 .600 Irooklyn 3 2 .600 Cincinnati 4 3 .571 Pittsburgh 3 4 .429 4t. Louis 2 4 .332 \'ew York 1 4 .200 Today^mnes AMERICAN LEAGUE Mesv York at Boston, 2 games. Washington at Philadelphia Cleveland at Chicago St Louis at Detroit NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia at Brooklyn Boston at New York. People are chiefly concerned about other people. We are witne.sering the first attempt in the history of man to organize the world as a whole as we have succeeded in organizing our several communi ties. HENDERSON, (N. C.J DAILY DESPATCH- TUESDAY, A P R I L 19, 1932 iwti Dukemen. Barney Welch and Don Garber. The doubles race promises even bet ter competition. The Grnnt-Hines combine, which won lhe title last ypat has been dissolved, and in its place have appeared Grant-W right and Hines-Shuford teams between which there is no choosing. Duke also has a pair of strong doubles teams to make the race lively. Davidson has regretably signified that it will not be represented this .year, but Wake Forset and N. C. •fßtate are planning to send teams, and a large field is expected. DAVIDSON-CAROUNA GOLF MEET FINALS Chapel Hill, April 19.—The Caro lina golf team will play Davidson at Sedgefield Wednesday in the last meet the Tar Heels will have before the State tournament will be held ovr (he same course on Saturday The Tar Heels beat Duke 91-2 -8 1-2 and a victory over avidson will make them slight favorites. Beating Furman 13-5. the Tar Heels continued undefeated for the season in lost Sat urday's meet, although they ployed without their star, Alan Smith, who was tip ut Sedgefield winning the Dogwood Tournament. Smith will be back with thrm Wed nesday, and he and Captain Joe Adams, Al Brown and Billy O'Brien will be riding for a victory. Dnvid son also beat the Furman team, and a good match is expected. SORDS POINTS—By Sords reAlMOtlfrpcAA PLACE. / > qm rm i9*z ftAM ■ ■ «Hp| Ag. ms dee* oof of JKji Cp4««TlTiOi FORfIOD &rr sftu. ms *us (xa -up HIGH STEPPERS IN CAROLINA SLUGGERS Fere bee and Dunlap Leading Ratters on Hearn’s Carolinians Chapel Hill. April 19. Smoky Fere | bee, diminutive shortstop, and Paul Dunlap, hefty first baseman I are wag ing a hot and merry race for bat ting honors at Carolina, according to < average* released by the official score keerper today. With three practice games and four college games behind, Perebee has had 15 hits for 28 times at bat i for an average of .536. and Dunlap had 16 hits for 30 times for an I average of .533. Three other boys have better aver ! ages but they haven’t been playing regularly. Cecil Adair, third baseman, | and Paul Edwards, pitcher, have per fect records, but that Is on one hit for one time up. Jbn Griffith, an other pitcher, has hit two for three and a .367 mark. ■ leads the other regulars with ft hits 1 Captain Cecil Longest, pitcher, ! for 11 trips and a .455 record. STUDY OF FOODS j A MAI PM Was Means of Better Food and More of It In State Last Year l>nll> l>t*pnT<-b flu>-emi, In Ibe Sir Walter lintel IIV .1. «. II 4SK Hit V 11.1,. April 19. The study of | foods and nutrition was u major pro ' Ject among home demonstration club women in 19 North Carolina counties last year where the extension food spcinlist, Miss *»iary inomas, asso ciated with Mrs. Jane S. McKimmon | in home demonstration work at State College, worked intensively during the 1 year. In these 19 counties, 5,601 farm woman carried out programs of foot! study as planned at the begining of j the year. Miss Thomas says economic condi tions and the farm-to-make-a-lrving campaign conducted early In the year created a greater interest than usual in food production, selection, prepar ation and conservation all over the State. There was a constant stream of requests for linfdrmsition regarding food values and meal planning during | the whoie of 1931. Miss Thomas met this demand by preparing a card I showing the daily food essentials of an average family. She also held 45 schools where she instructed ,elub ! leaders ns to the fundamental values I of the different foods. Without the aid of (hese leaders, the home de monstration agents could nol have ; met the demands for information which came to them, she said. Miss Thomas and the home demon -1 stration agents with whom she work ed gave much attention to the hot luncheon at rural schools. Agents in H counties assisted in planning meth ’ ods and means for students to gel these luncheons at 251 different schools. Usually, the home demon stration club women supplied soup 1 mixtures, tomatoes and other vege tables which had been canned during the summer. Where these were under j privileged children, the club women “Preemo” —He Win Again! ’ y v 2± : .•| , ~n - Jiitf I II - • The "Boxing Behemoth,” none other than Primo Camera, Italy’s eon- to the heavyweight ranks, is shown, as usual, standing over TJ* " n °V ce ®" < * oWn opponent. The victim this time happened to be Don dcLorkindale, British heavyweight hope. Don rose after this knock down tn the second round of the fight in London and managed to stay the full ten rounds. Primo winning on point* N. C. State Preparing For Game In Henderson Raleigh, April 19. Only one base ball game is carded for N. C. Slate this week. It will be played Satur day afternoon at Henderson with the semi-pro Henderson club. The game will be the fourth anti last exhibition game for State with professional teams this season. Be ginning next week. State will begin a series of seven games with college teams, the first being with Davidson here on Wednesday afternoon. April 27. Ooach Chick Doak Is expected to use Hank n left handed hurler. against the Gamecocks Sat urday. State scored its first Big Five win of the season last Saturday when it defeated the Duke Blue Devils, 3-1, at State. It was the Techs first win donated this material free of charge. The drinking of milk was also urg ed on every occasion. Miss Thomas pointed out the value of milk in her various demonstration meetings. Food budgets and canning budgets were prepared which aided the farm house wife in preparing her garden and in having her husband plant the kind of food crops needed to supply the family with proper food. Good re sults from the canning budget were seen in that 51.018 farm women in 53 counties said they canned according lo its iccomniiridyh n* art, vould have or. hand enough canned mu'- erail to last them through until the next season with some extra to sell on th ecurb markets. More than three million cans of fruits and vegetables wen l put up by farm women in those counties where farm agents wpre em ployed. There was an abundance of other food conserved in various ways. As a result of this, Miss Thomas says the improved food supply last winter was reflected in the Improved health of the people. She quotes the Btate Department of Health that one deficiency disease, pellagra, decreased in 1931 as compared with 193 b. It is one thing to have a variety of food and quite another to prepare menus and meals so that this food may be balanced to best effect, she soys, and it Is to this problem that farm women of North Carolina devoted major at tention in their club meetings last year. W. c. CATES OPENS INSURANCE AGENCY W. C. Cates today announced es tablishment here of the Mutual In surance and Rental Agency, of which he is manager, to do a general insur ance and rental business. He has been appointed local agent for the Pennsyl vania Lumbermen's Mutual Fire In surance Company of Philadelphia, which writes fire, automobile, tornado and other forms of insurance on a mutual basis. He has also been ap pointed district agent for the State Mutual Life Insurance Company of Worcester, Mass., affording a life in surance service along with the other branches of his business. Early To Bed, Early To Rise, But You’ll Soon Be Broke If You Don’t Advertise over Duke In baseball since 1930. John Inarming, junior hinder from Biltmore, limited the Devils to two singles. The Techs also continued to swing a heavy .stick, getting nine safeties off Bobby JCoombs, Duke's ace of huilers. State used a new outfield against the Devils and it looked to be the best yet tried by Coach Doak. Allen Nelms, Willie Duke and Bob McQuage formed the happy combina tion. By beating Duke, State went into a tie with the Blue Devils for third place in Big Five standings. Duke had previously defeated Davidson and State had lost to Wake Forest. The Deacons are leading the circuit with two wins, the other being over Dav vidson. Carolina is in second place with one victory over the Wildcats who are resting at the bottom. GRAHAM IS MEMBER OF ECONOMY GROUP Ohapel Hill, April 19—President Frank P. Graham, of the University of North Carolina, is one of 26 col lege presidents who have been invited by President ThornweH Jacobs of Og le: horpe University to participate in e conference to secure a workable pro gram for the solution of the country's ccommic ills. President Jacobs has also written President Hoover asking his approval. ■ Follow The Big Parade To THE STEVENSON Every Wednesday All Tickets .... 10c PROTECT YOUR HEALTH BY DRINKING BUCKHORN WATER In Sterilized Bottles. A Mineral Product of Nature A Light Pleasant Tasting Water Has Given Satisfaction for Over 25 Years Delivered anywhere in Henderson, FVeah every Saturday 20c per gallon in half gallon bottle* and 5 gallon demijohns Analyzed Every Thirty Days. Order Direct or from Page Hoeutt Drug Company B T. HICKS, Manager—THOMAS ROYSTER, Salesman Bullock, N. C. FRESHMAN NINE IS TO START SEASON Raleigh, April 19,-North Carolina State's freshman baseball team will open tta belated diamond aeanon Wed nesday afternoon when tl p|*y K u ur ' ham High School here on Red Fi*-|<l at 4 o'clock. Several other games are being ar ranged for the teum bv Di Kay K Samson. athletic director, but the I schedule is not yet completed | MAY NAME FIELD FOR COACH DOAK. Raleigh. April 19. Plans are undei way at State College to have Fresh man Field, scene of all of State - home baseball games, changed to Doak Field in honor of Chat It s (Chick) Doak, State’s baseball head Coach Doak has been coaching base ball at State since 1922. librarygrouFto HEAR PRES. GRAHAM Chapel HIM. April 19 -Preaid. m Frank P. Graham, of 4be Unlverst y of North Carolina, has accepted an m vitattioa to address the 54th annual conference of the American Library Association, which will be held in New Orleans Apiil 25-30, and which i> expected to draw more than 2,000 rep resentatives from libraries in all part-; of the United States. Canada an.l Mexico. Dr. Graham will be one of the fea tured speakers and will address the conference at a general session Tues day night. 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