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Athletics In Trim Condition For Season Opening FINAL EXHIBITION GAME ON TUESDAY LouUburg College Comes Here; Start Thursday With Oxford Nine Swinging into the last three days of their training period, the Hender son Athletics are now in top form and are waiting for the season's open er here Inursday with Oxford. Lott labors College Here Tomorrow. Just to keep in good condition, As will meet Louisburg College here tomorrow afternoon at 3 30 o'clock at League Park. They took a game a short while ago from the collegians which was played at Louisburg and hare scheduled the college boys sot thn last exhibition tilt here before the opaaer One of the main features of the game will be the pitchers battle be tween Watkins of the As and Wood lief for Louis burg College. These two boy# were former teammates at Zeb Vance high school, in this county, and have been fellow moundsmen at that institution. Both boys are good pit chers and tomorrow's game should be a good one for the funs to wit ness. Manager Pahlman said today that plana for the formal opening of the League are going forward very rapid ly, and he means to nave some form of celebration here for the day and to have a big crowd out to see the game and give the locals a big send off. [Sg® amxjucan league Detroit 3: St. Louis 4. New York 2; Washington 4. Chicago 1; Cleveland 11. Philadelphia-Boston. rain. NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh 5; Cincinnati 7. St. Louis 7; Chicago 1. Boston Brooklyn, rain. Philadelphia-New York, rain Dispatch WANT ADS Oct Results TYPEWRITER WANTED EITHER Portable or standard, must be in good working shape and ohe-ap. Re ply to Box 491. 2-lti. FOR RENT—FIVE ROOM HOUSE on North Garnett Street. W. B. Hight, phone 158. or 449. eod ts GOOD. WELL BROKE MULE FOR sale cheap. See Tucker Harris. Route 2. Henderson, N. C. 2-4 ti. AMBITIOUS. RELIABLE MAN wanted immediately to handle Wat kins Products in Roanoke Rapids Henderson and Roxboro. Custom ers established. 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LOST SATURDAY LONG BROWN purse containing driving permit of W T Robinson, pictures and pa pers Reward if returned to Dis patch Office. 2-2tl. USED CAR VALUES 1930 Pontiac S«-don $395.00 1930 Chevrolet Cabrolet $295.00 1929 Chevrolet Coach $175.00. 1928 Ford A Coach $135 00 1928 Chevrolet Seda* del. $lB9 00 1928 Pontiac Coach $95 00. MOTOR SALES CO. Phone 832 28-ts. TO BEAUTIFY WALLS AT LITTLE cost use ealclmo. the improved cold water paint It cocnes !% sixteen beautiful tints. Phone 33. Alax S Watkins. “The Place of Values." It. THE DAILY DISPATCH IS NOW ON •ale at The Smoke Shop. Jefferson Case, Henderson Candy Kitchen anc* Wiggins Drug Store. You may se cure a ropy from aay of dm place* at the regular price of 9c. 30-U. BATTLE YANKS IN NET CUP PLAY vtljy ', c; ; Bl / PI This quartet of Canadian tennis •tars are meeting the United States team fn Washington. D. C., in the first round of American I Carolina Plays State Tuesday; Then Virginia Chapel Hill. May 2. —N. C. State and Carolina baseball teams will meet here Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, in a crucial game of the State cham pionship series, which is expected to match Lannirtg of State and Hinton of Carolina in a feature mound duel. L&nning pitched State to a 3-1 vic tory over Duke this year, and is the only man who has won a mound duel from Bobby Coombs, Duke ace. Hin ton has pitched Carolina to victories over Maryland. V. M. I. and David ■on and is undefeated in college cir cles this year. He lost only one game out of the six he pitched last year. Smoky Ferebee. shortstop, is lead ing the Tar Heel batters with 19 hits Duke’s Baseball, Tennis Teams On Northern Trip Durham, May 2. -Duke university's baseball and tennis teams left here yesterday on their annual northern trips of a week and the golfers will leave tomorrow for a two-day jaunt into Virginia. Opening today with Hampden-Syd ney, the netters play five contests. Tuesday they move to Charlottesville to meet Virginia, Wednesday they clash with Navy, Thursday with George Washington and Saturday Richmond university. Coach Jack Coombs' ball club will open its trip tomorrow in the annual game with Princeton. On Wednesday the Blue Devils meet Fordham in New York, drop down to College Park Thursday to play Maryland and end l the trip by a two-day stay in Lexing ► on, Va., meeting Washington and Lee and V. M. I. The brilliant Duke golfers meet Washington and Lee there Wednes day in a match that will be featured by the personal battle between Roger Peacock, Duke's North Carolina Inter-1 collegiate champion, and Billy Howell i of the Generals. Peacock defeated the Virginia star in a meet here this sea son. i At home the main attraction will be the North Carolina state track meet at Chapel Hill. With many outstand ing cir.der path men in the State this year, a wholesale breaking of state records is expected. Their dual meets over, the Duke cinder path men will work hard this week for the state affair. While the' Tar Heels are expected to take the | meet, Duke may give them lots of trouble before the final scores are announced. The freshman ball club will keep Belles and Their Beaux ? | ■■■'"■ lll n —^, This group of fair emulators of tbe legendary Robin Hood is composed of the participants in the archery tournament, now in progress at Pinehurst, N. C. The sport which won so much publicity when William Tell performed his famous feat of marksmanship has enjoyed a lively revival at .the popular resort this season. At the left is Miss Bernice Burton, of Nashville, Tenn.. who is the present archery champion, HENDERSON, (N. C.,) DAILY DISPATCH- MONDAY MAY 2,1932 zone play for the Davis cup, in ternational trophy. Top picture is of Nunns and Marcel Rainvilte. Below. Dr. Wright and Martin for 40 times at bat, giving him an average of .475. The whole team is hitting at a .321 clip, and Coach Hearn expects to have the boys in top form for the game with State, and for the two big games with Virginia which will follow on Friday and Saturday, the first one here, and the second one in Greens boro's Memorial Stadium on Satur day afternoon. Captain Cecil Longest and George Hinton are seen as the most likely hurlers for the two Virginia games, but it is just possible that Paul Ed wards, who pitched Carolina to a 15-4 win in the Greensboro classic last year, will be back in shape to work one of the two. Duke park busy this week, being sche duled to meet N. C. State's yearlings here Tuesday, Davidson Wednesday and Oak Ridge Saturday. PIEDMONT LEAGUE Clwb W. L. Pet. Wins .on Salem 5 0 1.000 Greensboro ..... 4 1 .800 Wilmington 3 2 .600 Ralwgh 2 3 400 Asheville l 2 .333 High Point l 2 .333 Durham l 4 .200 Charlotte 1 4 2f k, AMERICAN LEAGUE Club W. L Pet. Washington 12 4 .750 New York 10 4 .714 Cleveland 12 6 .667 Detroit lu 6 .625 St. Ixtuis 7 10 .412 Chicago 5 12 ~291 Philadelphia I 10 .280 Boston 3 11 .214 NATIONAL LEAGUE Club: W. L. ret. Boston lit 3 .769 Chicago 11 4 .733 Philadelphia 8 7 533 Cincinnati 9 8 .529 New York 5 8 .385 Pittsburgh 6 10 .375 St. Louis 6 10 .375 Brooklyn 4 9 .308 PERFECT RECORDS FOR THREE CLUBS Indiana, Yank*, and Cub* Breeze Through Week Without a Defeat New York, May 2. (AP)- I Three major league clubs, the Cleveland In dians, New York Yankees and Chi cago Cubs, turned in perfect records last week, winning all their games, and among the three they copped about every first place the weekly records have to offer. On top of the entire big league heap was Cleveland, which came through in six straight games in a week saw bad weather do serious damage to the schedules. The Indians got at least ten hits in every game and led the majora in scoring, with 59 runs, in hlta, with 72, and In home runs, with six. The Yankees won five contests in a row but they couldn't get a “first” in competition with the Cleveland sluggers. The Cubs, leaders of the National League, were second only to the Indians with 37 runs and five homers but they won their four straight games with comparatively few hits. They hit safely 48 times while the Phillies, National League leaders, rapped out 60 hits and Brook lyn and Cincinnati also were ahead in that respect. NAME COMMITTEES OF RURAL SCHOOLS Committeemen icr various rural schools were to be completed by the County Board of Education today at their regular monthly meeting. Some of the committeemen were appointed at the April meeting, and the entire list was completed today. I An American Co-ed Larry Holmes fsund himself T/T/Zf/1 S) completely in love with this fas- V V 11/VJ JJHZlsd' ///*✓ times was a typical American f /j p ( \am OO'Vl CiT college beauty, but who in reality l & was!a Polynesian Princess, the f O T 1 § absolute ruler of the several thou- ftl \ 0/1 / O //? C f sand inhabitants of her little OL II4/1/11 Ul stf/ id H/O# Soufch Sea island group. Larry ■ had come the I By Bruce Griggs I I Begin Reading It Next Saturday , Afaj 7 I I In The I I Henderson Daily Dispatch I Bulldogs Enter Final Full Week Os Playing Coach Payne's Bulldogs go into their full week of work today to pre pare for their three remaining games on their 1932 card. Tuesday afternoon, the boys go to Middlehurg to take on the Farm Life nine for the fourth game of the sea son between the two clubs. The lo cals have won only one of the games played and will be out for revenge tomorrow. The boys from the local school have been strengthened since the last encounter with the county lads, and have a mighty good chance for a victory to even the count In games. Bethel IliU Here Friday. Bethel Hill nine comes here on Fri- Today^Games PIEDMONT LEAGUE Win" ton-Salem a* Raleigh Greensboro at Wilmington. Durham at High Point. Charlotte at AsheviNe. AMERICAN LEAGUE New Yolk at Washington. St. I*>uls at Cleveland. Philadelphia ait Boston. Detroit at Chicago. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago at Pittsburgh. 110.-Aon at Philadelphia - Brooklyn at New York. Cincinnati at St. Louis. The first of Mark Twain’s boy stories of the Mississippi was "Tom Sawyer.” came out in 1876. day afternoon to take on the charges of Coach Bill Payne. The Person county teum defeated the locals some time ago in conference play, during which only men eligible for confer ence games were used. This is not a game that will count in the final standing of the third district con ference, and the high school boys have taken on some good talent since the last meeting of the two clubs and now everything points to a victory for the locals. The Athletics will be in Ox ford on that date so the high game will probably be called at 4 o'clock. The locals have their last game of 1932 season with Oxford Orphanage here on Tuesday, May 10. taTheMom VIRGINIA CONTEST i rack Meet AUo Among Events of Next Week, AH Wtih Their Thrill* Chapel Hill, May 2.- Two of the biggest events on Carolina s spring spoils calendar come up this week the Carolina-Virginia baseball classic in Greensboro Saturday afternoon and the State track championships, to be held on Emerson Field here the same day. The Carolina basehall team will also play N. C. State here Tuesday after noon. and Virginia here Friday aft ernoon, but the Virginia game in Greensboro's Memorial Stadium < urday afternoon is the one that‘Jl* fana look forward to as reviving oldest and most colorful cohere t ball rivalry in the South The powerful Tar Heel tennis will be away all week The T ar ii H are touring the North, seekmr other claim to national team hon*’ playing at University of Pennsyivar?' Monday, New York University' Tue day. Army Wednesday, Yale Thur day, Harvard Friday, and Brown urday. LIQUOR FIGURES IN POLICE CASES All But One of Six Cases Tried Involved In Whisky Handling Liquor figured in one way or an other in all of the six cases tried in police court todaj. The exception was that of He n Kearney .tried on two charges. t, r „i given 80 days in jail, with leave t„ be hired out, in each case, the sen tences to run concurrently. In one he was convicted of assaulting and beating Nellie Sanders and the other of carrying a concealed weapon. Norman Jones and Worth John son were convicted of being dumk and disorderly. Jones drew a fine «,f $1 and costs and Johnson was hi off with a suspended judgment on payment of the costs. Frank Young was fined $2.50 and costs for being drunk and having h quor in his possession. Judgment was suspended on pay ment of the costs for Bill Day, chain ed with being drunk. Charlie Young was charged \uih possessing liquor, and was fined f, and costs and given 60 days on thr roads, commitment not to issue good behavior for two years.