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Prospects Bright Believed Good For New City League SEVERALGROUPSTO ENTER AGGREGATION Others Desiring To Partici pate in Summer Base, ball Are Invited Prospects for the formation of • Henderson city league in basebaM are very good »o far with three teams sig nifying their InlenOocw of entering piay The Wigg.ns Cowtmyn. a hunch of school stars that ate at pres ent making llieir headquarters at wiggins Drug Shore *are making their plans to enter a tea mend aay that they will be ready’ within a abort no tice to begin playing They have not completed their organization as yet but K m though that C. S. W enter would probably be the manager for the ctwb TY»a poet office team, which is al ways a strong aggregation, is plan ning to get together again this year and would enter such a league as is proposed In a telephone conversa tion this morning with a member of the team, he said that they would be glad to enter and while he could not Cell anything deflnttniy today, he felt aura shat they would have a repre sentative in the league, if formed. CleafcMM* kuor /Loqjony stated this morning through Bill Hester that they were planning on having a team and would enter a city league if one was formed. Any other teams, organized or un organised. that would like to be in any such league arc asked to let It be known as soon as possible, so ttat plana for an organtaeCion of the league may go forward, and so that play may be Parted as soon as powtible. Let your intentions be known immediate ly' Today^Smes PIEDMONT LEAGUE High Point at Wilmington. Winston-Salem at Asheville. Durham at Greensboro. Charlotte at RalHgh. AMERICAN LEAGUE St Louis at Pbl'adelphia. Detroit at Washington. Chicago at New York. Cle-velend at Boston. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn at Cincinnati New York at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia at St. Loins Boston at Chicago I AT WATKINS I I CLOSING OUT SALE | I 22 Men’s Suits $2.97 All Wool I I 39 Men’s Suits $5.97 All Wool I I 23 Boys’ Suits $1.97 I I 76 Pairs Men’s Pants 47c, 77c and 97c I I All Shirts at */ 2 Price I I Good Sox 3 Pair 25c I I MEJTS STRAW HATS 69c I I Men's Dress Shoes $1.97 I I Come and Get Bargains I I While You Can I PIEDMONT LEAGUE Winsfcoa -Oaken 12; AaltevUle i. Others, rain. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 3; St Lands 0. Others, cold arid rain. NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati 4; Philadelphia 1. Brooklyn 6; St. Louis 3. Others postponed, rain. classTMeis AT STAKE FRIDAY Mount Airy and Roanoke Rapids To Clash In Game At Chapel Hill Chapel Hill. May 12.—Meeting here Friday afternoon at 3 o’clock for the Stute Class B baseball championship, Mt. Airy High will present one of the best young pitchers in the State in Lefty Deun, and Roanoke Rapids will oppose him with a slugging club which won both Its last two games in the eastern championship series by 16-4 scores. The meeting should be an interest ing one. Dean pitched the Mt. Airy club to the championship last year, and he has been going better than ever this year. Ayers, second base man; Kirkman. first baseman; Bad gett, third baseman, and Jordan, right fielder, are also regulars from last year giving Mt. Airy one of the strongest teams it has had in several years. Roanoke Rapids was a semi-finalist m the East last year, losing to Row land. the team Mt. Airy beat in the finals. The Eastern champions have a veteran team, with a star catcher named Fleetwood Sullivan, and three outstanding pitchers, Ollie Acree. James McNeil and Elmer Starke. Acree is probably the ace of the three and will probably get the starting all. -RED'’ GUTHRIE TO GO TO LYNCHBURG "Red” Guthrie, local boy, has been ordered to report to ttie- Lynchburg Cutters In a semi-pro league in Vir ginia. it was learned today. Guthrie was the rookie catcher on Pahlmau's Athletics that faded out. here Tuesday, nd k rated as a pretty good receiver for semi-pro ball. "Red” is to report n Lynchburg Saturday to take up nis duties with that chib. HENDERSON, (N. C.,) DAILY DfSPATCH THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1982 PENN STATE ML BRING MANY STARS Carolina Facet Hard Fight In Track Meet at Hill Saturday Chapel Hill, May 12. The Carolina track team will have its last and pro bably its hardest dual meet here Sat urday afternoon. Penn State is one of two teams to beat Carolina in the last 10 years, and the Lions have a strong team and tunny stars. The Pennsylvanians are always powerful in the distances and this year they will present Glassburn, cross country captain, King, captain elect, and Dunaway, forming one of their best trios. Dunaway is a newcomer, but he ran the half in near record time at the Penn Relays. He anchored two relay teams, and he ran away from Hardman, Navy flier, to lend Penn to a victory in the sprint medley re lay. Aldrich is said to be a sophomore flash in the 100, and Dale and Van Keuron are veterans in the 220. Grittsage rates with the best men in the East at 440 yards, and the Penn distance men need no mention. In the other events the Lions have strong veterans in Hill in the hur dles; Hammond In the high jump; Edwards in the shot; and Slgel m the discuss and Javelin. Duke Winner Over Dav idson In Game Played In Durham Durham. May 12 (AP)—Jim Mc- Keithan, veteran Duke r*gtw bander, was in excellent form here yesterday afternoon and the Blue Devils wal loped Davidson, 10 to 2. McKebtft al lowed only four hits -ttrree of which were collected by MtaChin, Wildcat right fielder—and etruck out 11 men He issued only two bases on balle. Duke found Croaker’s offerings for 11 hits, including a double and triple by McKekban, ;ind had little trouble ill winning. Ctoaker walked eight men. Score by innings: R.H.E Davidson 000 200 000— 2 4 1 Duke 004 100 32x 10 11 2 Batteries: Davidson - Croaker, West end Whitley. Duke McKeithan and Howell. Darwin, storm center of so much controversy for years, was himself one of the gentlest and least pug nacious of scientists. PIEDMONT LEAGUE Club W. L. Tc t. Winston Salem 11 3 .786 Wlhnlngkon 6 6 .971 Greensboro 7 5 .638 Raleigh 7 l' .800 Asheville 6 7 .462 High Point 5 6 .486 Durham 5 9 . 387 Charlotte 4 9 .308 AMERICAN LEAGUE Club W. L. Pot. Washington 17 8 .773 New York 14 6 .700 Detroit 13 8 .619 Cleveland 16 ' 10 .815 Philadelphia 9 12 .429 St. Louis 11 15 .440 Chicago 6 17 .281 Boston 4 17 .190 NATIONAL LEAGUE Club: W. L. Pet. Chicago 17 6 .739 Boston 13 8 .619 CtnchmaU 15 12 .866 Philadelphia 12 11 .522 9t. Louis 11 14 .440 New York 8 12 .400 Brooklyn 8 13 .381 PtMSburMi 7 15 .318 WAKEFORESrAS CHANCE TOR BREAK Victory Today Over David son Would Assure Them of At Least Tie Club W. L. Pet. Wake Forest 5 0 1.000 Duke 4 2 .667 State 4 3 .571 Carolina .• 2 3 .400 Davidson 0 7 .000 Wake Forests Deacons, unbeaten leaders in the Dig Five race, gets an opportunity today to clinch at least u tie for the 1932 baseball champion ship of North Cain Una CoHege circles. The Deacons will beet Davidson’s Wildcats on Gore Field at Wake For est in a game set for 3:30 o’clock. A win today for the Deacons win assure Coach John Caddell's proteges of no worse than a tie for the title even should they drop their two re maining games—with Duke and Caro lina. Only Duke’s Blue Devils have a pos sibility of moving Into a tie with the Baptists—'provided Wake Forest wins today—as all other clubs have lost more than two games. Duke remain ad la the running yesterday by defeat ing Davidson 10-2. RAIN BLOCKSLAST GAME OF BULLDOGS Oxford Orphanage and Highs Unable To Play Game As Planned Rain bblocked the last high school content of the season for the BuiUtogs yesterday, when they were scheduled to meet the the strong Oxford Orph anage nine at League Park. School closed yesterday and the 1932 high school baseball team passed: into bistory with the blocked contest of the afternoon. Some of the 1932 Bulldogs were to see tihelr last ac*k>n in Henderson high uniforms with the tilt with Ox ford. but the rain blocked their chance to cavort their last time i-n the name of Henderson high. The season hasn’t been such a suc cessful one for the locals this year, since Coach Payne 'had to build a team from a very few seasoned vet# raas, but the boys worked hard and tried to put & strong aggregation on tiie field at all times. Many of the lower otaAsmen saw ac tion in games thk» spring, and, with added experience during the summer on 'jandlots, they should bo good qKa terial to start ana build on next sea son. There are about 110.000 Japanesese in Continental America, one-quarter being American-born. l/CNSENSEI SOT. I TeLL Voo, .. — l ' t - ' TeneccTi-V J Bftw ft 1932 High School Bas e.hall Team % , aw jk? Devils Meet V. P. /. Friday Then Carolina On Saturday Durham, May 12.—The Blue Devils of Duke will play a return game with V. P. I. at Duke park here tomorrow afternoon as a prelude to their clash with the Carolina Tar Heels here Sat urday. Both games will start at 3:15 o'clock. Coach Jack Coombs will depend on Roy Alfh* t, star sophomore right hander, to hold the heavy-hitting Gobblers in check in the tilt tomor row. 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For felly at at low as 60* F. below zero. ceewttit^xiaaw SKfflnfflh —a new lil^USiiAl Gas ofine <2, 1 The best game played at Duke park this year is expected Saturday when Carolina comes to Durham to get re venge for the 6-2 defeat the Blue Devils handed th«m at Chapel Hill earlier this season. The tilt is expected to be a hurling duel with Bobby Coombs, Duke's bril liant little mound ace, opposing Cap tain Cecil Longest of the Tar Heels. Longest won the final game of the 1931 season for the Devils to be the only Tar Heel pitcher to win a game from Duke in five years. The Piedmont Parade Old Jupiter Pluvtu* was the w winner In yestei day’s Piedm. games, taking three out of the four £ b. played R„„ btockM Joints contest in Wilmington; Dur ham was forced to remain idi* Greensboro and the Charlotte Hor neu, found U to wet to attempt to «ting the Raleigh Caps in KaU lgh . here was only one game played. Twlm Top Tourist. The Winston-Salem Twins hit time ly and well in Asheville yesterdav top the Tourist 12 to 6 in the f ir l t game of their mid-week series Mam Pe*.uia and Smith were the , hr P jl hurlers used by the Twins with Smith pitching the beat game. VIRGINIA SCHOOL AMONG FAVORITES Chapel Hill, May 12.- Messanutten Military Academy of Virginia will b* one of the favorites to lift Staunton s crown in the sixth annual Southern Inter scholastic Track and Field Games here Saturday afternoon. Massanuteen finished one-half point behind as Woodberrv Forest won the Virginia State meet last week-end and has a number of stars, inelud ing Janneli, Birch and Black in the dashes; Werbelow and Speci i n the hurdles and jumps; and Zorl, Dom inick and Speer in the weights. Staunton, winners in 1931, will make a strong bid to retain its title and Riverside, runner-up in 1931, ls seen as having a strong team. Other teams already entered Include Green brier. Danville and Augusta military academies, and Vitginia Episcopal School.