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More Prospects Now Loom For City Baseball League
MEETING PLANNED
TUESDAY EVENING
Several Sunday School
Classes and Others May
Enter Teams
W-.lh three turns it*ady to enter
the proposed C.'v Baseball League and
on* more saying that it will be ready
•con. prosper is for a small city loop
thi* brighter and moor
interest is being shown.
Wlgg.n* Cowboys. I’ost Office, ant
Clements Motor Company are the
three teams tha have already saia
rhey would be in the loop, and the
M E- Baraca Has; ;*aid today, through
their president. T. B. Ro*e. Jr., that
they, had already appointed their com
mittee to work out the details foi
their team and they would be glad
*o come into the league. Boyd's Inde
pendents will also join the league, i'
POLITICAL
NOTICES
Special Notice
Thl* la to notify all candidate* for
of flea that political notice* puhltahed
la dkla column or elsewhere in the
Daily Dkpatrh are cash in advance
Bata* fumiahed upon application.
FOB TIIE SENATE
I hereby announce my candidacy sot
th* State Senate from the district
composed of Vance and Warren couo
ties, aubjeat to the Democratic pri
mary of June 4, and will apppreciate
your support.
W. S CORBITT.
FOR CONSTABLE
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Township Constable, subject
to the Democratic primary of June 4
1932
Your support will be greatly appre
dated.
J. S. RANKS
FOB COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
To s he Voters of Vance County:
I hereby announce my candidacy as
a member of tile Board of County
Commissioners of Vance County for
•he two-year term subject to the
Democratic Primary, June 4. 1932. 1
will appreciate your support and vote.
H. B. PARROTT.
FOR CORONER
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Coroner of Vance county sub
ject to the Democratic Primary June
4 Your support will be greatly ap
preciated .
ELVIN O FALKNER.
FOB HOUSE OF
REPRESENTATIVES
To the people of Vance County: I
hereby announce myself as a candi
date for the House of Representatives,
subject t j the action of the Democratic
primary on June 4. 1932. Your vote
and influence will be sincerely appre
ciated .
M. C. PEARCE.
FOR STATE SENATE
I hereby announce my candidacy to
represent Vance and Warren coun
ties in the Senate of the North Caro
lina General Assembly, subject to the
•efton of the Democratic Primary,
#aae *to , ib32.
Your support will be deeply appre
ciated
D. P. MCDUFFEE.
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!s thought.
There la some agitation around toe
vicinity of the fire fcouae to form a
ball oJub made up of firemen, police
men and players who work close to
the fire station. There Is also pros
pects for the Methodist Protestant
Baraca class entering a strong team,
t was learned. If the M. P. boys
■ume into the circuit, they will prob
lbiy have the strongest pitching s*ari
•>f any team in the league. The clas*
boasts of two ex-college pitchers and
wo ex-high school twlrlers. and with
some more good baseball talent that
couldt take care of the other positions
on the field.
P. A. Smith has agreed to draw up
l schedule as mkiii as ail the teems
have entered and already six clubs
have said they would join or ihat
•hey expect to. If there are any
earns that have not been mentioned
or some in the city t hat would like
> join up w«4h tbe league they arc
isked to get in touch, with Bob Falk
-ier at the Daily Dispatch and start
hings rolling.
A meeting of all those interested
ha* been proposed for next Tue.slay
‘vming at 8 o’clock in the Chamber
'f Commerce rroms This has not
een definitely dtoided as yet. but the
ooner work is begun on the forma
‘ion of the loop, the sooner play is
o be started.
Plans will be dlscueaed at this
meeting as to who will be eligible for
•lay. and jus how the loop is to he
nm. together with the number of
-tames to be played.
1 TRACK EVENTS
WILL BE SATURDAY
Carolina Penn-State Inter,
•ectional Meet Set For
Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill. May 13. -The Carolina-
Penn State intersectional meet and
hp sixth annual Southern Interschoi
istlc Track and Field Games will be
j held here Saturday afternoon at 2
! •’clock, bringing the second big track
| urogram to Emerson Field in as many
1 weeks.
| Penn State is one of two teams to
take a dual meet off Carolina in the
last decade. Carolina won in 1930.
Penn State in 1931, and the state
! champions and the intersectional lead
-1 ers will fight to break the tie Sat
j u relay.
Stauunton Military Academy is ex
-1 pec ted to make a strong defense of
I its title in the prep meet, but M&s-
I sanutten. runner-up In the Virginia
Prep meet, and Riverside, runner-up
liere last year. loom as dangerous
I threats.
Toda^GSnes
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Raleigh at Winston-<Salem
Charlotte ar Wilmington.
Greensboro at Asheville.
Greensboro at Aidteville.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
Detroit at Washington.
Chicago at New York.
Cleveland at Boston.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brooklyn at Cincinnati
New York at Pittsburgh.
Philadelphia at St. Louis
Boston at Chicago.
HENDERSON, (N. C.,) DAILY DISPATCH. FRIDAY MAY IS. 1932.
Davidson Wildcats Clip
Wings Os Deacons, 1 To 0
Winning only one game in eight
stalls in Big Five play, that from
Wake Forest allege, big five leader,
the Davidaon Wiideate won over the
Baptist school yesterday on Gore Field
at Wake Forest by the/dose score of
1-0.
A ninth inning rally with two
double* gave the Wildcats their lone
tally and tjhe only counter of the
game. Peabody doubled only to be
followed by Bradsher who duplicated
his stunt to score Peabody with the
winning counter.
Cherlie Pearce, Wildcat southpaw,
allowed the Baptist boys only two safe
hits, two singles, one aaoh to Bunting
Carolina And Duke Meet
In Second Game Tomorroiv
Durham, May 13. Meeting V. P. I.
today, the Blue Devils of Duke were
looking forward to the second of their
annual two games with the Carolina
Tar Heels to be played at Duke park
tomorrow afternoon at 3:15 o'clock.
Pitting Bobby Coombs of Duke
against Captain Cecil Longest of Car
olina in the second mound duel of the
season, the game is expected to be
the best seen at Duke park this year.
Both teams will offer t*ome heavy-hit
ters, but whether they can get their
blows of fthe slants of Coombs and
Longest lemains to be seen.
Young Coombs has been a jinx to
Carolina teams since he entered Duke
As a freshman he downed the Tar
Babis. Last season he limited Caro
lina to seven hits in Duke's deciding
gable for the state title and this year
he was erdeited with the victory of
the Devils at Chapel Hill although he
had to leave the game at the sturt of
the sixth when he injured his pitching
The Piedmont
Parade
i
Rain yesterday took aIJ but one
game of the scheduled Piedmont play.
Tshe High Paint Pointers and Wilming
ton Pirate® were the only teams to
get in action yesterday in their sche
duled meeting a! Wilmington.
Pointers Lambsit Pirates
Higti Point using 21 base hits and
13 bases on balls lambasted the Wil
mington Pirates in Wilmington yes
terday 18-11.
Four Wilmington pitchcre were in
effective and Rauding was called in
from right field but he could do no
better than his predecessors.
The game was a regular track meet
WKfi Higfh Point scoring fourteen
runs in the last three innings.
Rej^Hs
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
High Point 18; Wilmington 11.
Others, i-ain.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 5; Eodton 4.
Others, cold and rain.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brooklyn 5; Cincinnati 2.
Boston 9; Chicago 3.
Others postponed, rain.
and Hicks.
Junie Barnes, Wake Forest hurler,
allowed only thr» safe blows, the third
hit, a single going to Morrison. He
kepi tbe Davidson nine httlees for
seven innings only to weaken in the
last frame to allow the winning
marker to be scored.
Only five hits were garnered by both
teams yesterday for one of the best
pitching duels seen in college baseball
this year.
Score by innings: R.H.E.
Davidson 000 000 001—1 3 0
Wake Forest ... 000 000 000—0 2 0
Batteries: Davidson—Pearce and
Wttiitney. Wake Forest. Barnes and
Hicks.
arm.
With two weeks to condition it. the
star Duke twirler’s twisting weapon
has come around rapidly and he is
expected to be in fine shape tomor
row. He pitched Duke to a 7-4 ten
inning victory over Maryland last
week. Although a little bit wild, he
was master of the situation all the
way.
Jelly Leftwich. director of the Duke
bund, which is holding the annual
spring try-outs for the musical or
ganization that will play at Duke grid
games next fall, will bring the entire
list of candidates, numbering about
100, to the game to furnish music foi
the spectators.
Duke officials are expecting the
largest crowd of the season to wit
ness the contest since Duke-Carollna
games in the past have always
brought out a capacity crowd to see
the brilliant exhibitions that the two
teams give when they clash.
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Club w. L. Pci.
Winston Salem 11 3 .786
Greensboro 7 5 J 538
Wilmington 8 7 .533
Raleigh 77 . 500
High Point 6 6 .500
Asheville 6 7 .462
Durham 5 3 .357
Charlotte 4 9 308
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Club W. L. Pet.
Washington 17 5 .773
New York 14 6 .700
Cleveland 17 10 .630
DeinoAt 13 8 .619
Philadelphia 9 12 .429
St. Louis 11 15 .440
Chicago 6 17 .261
Boston 4 18 .182
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Club: W. L. Pci
Chicago 17 7 .708
Boston 14 8 . 636
Cincinnati 15 13 .536
Philadelphia ......12 11 .522
St. Loins 11 14 .440
Brooklyn 9 13 .409
New York 8 12 .400
Pittsburgh 7 15 .318
Though the people of India were
late in taking up scientific investiga
tion they have already produced a
number of very remarkable chemists
and physicists.
CAROLINA HOPING
TO EVEN OP DUKE
Latter Won Early Season
Baseball Victory l /er
Tar Heels
Chapel Min. May 13.—Its slump
shaken, and its jinx dismissed in its
recent games with Virginia invaders,
the Carolina nine will go to Durham
Saturday, intent on making lota of
trouble for Bobby Coomb*, pitching
ace. In its return game with Duke.
Coombs and Flohr pitched the Blue
Devils to a 6-2 win in the first game,
that being the only college game this
year in which the Tar Heels have
been completely outplayed and beaten
by more than one run.
That game belongs to the past, ac
cording to the Tar Heels, and now
Coach Hearn and his boys are set to
\ht their hardest to take the sec
ond game and square the series as
:liey did in 1931. Last year Coombs
pitched Duke to a victory in the first
game, and Captain Longest pitched
Carolina to a win in the second.
Chances are the two aces and old
rivals will meet again Saturday, and
the results should be a fine duel.
Longest pitched the first Duke
game this year. He did a good job
of it. too but the Tar Heels fell down
at the bat. The team shook its hit
ting slump in the Virginia series, and
will be out for Coombs’ scalp Satur
day.
CHICK HAFEY BATS WAY
TO DEAD IN NATIONAL
Chick Hafey, who has been perform
ing wUb considerable brilliancy at bat
for Cincinnati bu; who has played in
only 17 of the Reds’ games finally won
himself a regular’s rating yesterday
and took his place in the big six right
at the top of the National League bat
ting list.
Hafey went to bat four times against
Brooklyn yerteruay and rapped out
three singles. This feat gave him 63
times at bat. enough to be classed as
a regular and a batting average of
413, third in the big six. His appear
ance forced Paul Waner out of the
list. AH the other major league lead
ers were kent idle by the weather.
KENNEDY OUT
Charlotte. May 13 (API-Ray Ken
nedy, former manager of the Asheville
Tourfcrts and Charlotte Hornets, had
re’urned ffrom Jersey City after hav
ing been left without a job when
Brooklyn purchased the Internation
al League olub there of which he was
business manager He said he had
no plans as ye(.
CANNING COMPANY
LOOKING TO STATE
Raleigh, May 13.—A big canning
company in Munice, Indiana, is in
terested in what North Carolina is
doing to promote community and
home canning of fruits and vege
tables, according to a telegram re
ceived by the Extension Service of
N. C. State College a few days ago.
This company wired for copies of
two recent publications of the Gover
nor’s Council on Unemployment and
Relief, in which the Extension Ser
vice had cooperated in assembling the
Information. Evidently, what North
Carolina is doing to try to break up
the depression and also to keep peo
ple at work and with food to eat. is
gaining not only the attention of the
Federal Government and other State
governments but also of large indus
trial companies.
Some 30,090 Civil War soldiers are
on the Government pension rolls.
PROGRAM FINISHED
FOR DIE FINALS
Newton, Rogers, Thayer
Speakers; New Chapel
Used First Time x
Durham, May 13-The program of
Duke university a eighteenth com
mencement. just released in complete
forxn, shows many unueual feature*
scheduled for tire four day* beginning
Sunday, June 5.
Dr. Joseph Fort Newton, of Phil
adelphia, and James Grafton Rogers,
assistant secreta«-y of the department
of state, Washington, will deliver tile
commencement sermon and tile com
mencement address, respectively, and
Dr. William Sydney Thayer, disting
uished Johns Hopkins professor will
speak in connection with an ivy plant
ing by the university’s first class In
medicine honoring Sir WUMam Osier
or the first time the university’s new
chapel will be u.>ed and recitals will
be given on the chapel carillon and
Ihe pipe organ.
The complete program follows:
Sunday, June 5
4 p. m. Oaitllon rec44al. Anton
Bree». Lake Wdes. la.
8:30 p m .-Baccalaureate addrees.
Pres dent William Preston Few. Uni
versity chapel.
Monday, June I
10:30 a. m. Annual meeting of
aluxnni council. University union. An
nual meeting cf alumnae council.
Alumnae room. Faculty apartmenls.
Woman’s college campus.
3 p. m. — Annual meeting of board
of Pus-tees of Duke university. Ad
ir .nip-nation building. univerv*t(y
campus.
5 p. m -Organ recital. University
chopel I.awrrce Clark, Appar,
Tb ! tdelphia. Pa.
8:30 p. m. Graduating orations.
Pape auditorium.
Tuesday, June 7
He. m Comnr.encexnem sermon by
Dr. Joseph Fort Newton. Philadelphia
la.. University chapel.
I p. m. Alumni-Alumnae luncheon
University union.
3.30 p. m. -Picsentation of portrait
i of the late Dean .Samuel F. Mordecia
Law school libiary.
5 p. m -Planting of Ivy by first
i graduating etas?: of the school of med
| xne. Speaker. Dr. William Sydney
j Thayer. Johns Hopkins university.
6 p. m. —Cla?w dinners.
7:30 p. m. CarMion recital. AntOn
Brees, Lake Wales, Fla. University
j campus. *
9 p. m.—Annual reception in honor
iof the class cf 1932. and returning
alumni and alumnae. East Duke
building. Woman’s college campus
Wednesday. Jane 8
10:45 a. m.— Academic procession:
, members of board of trustees and
faculty members of graduating class
; graduate students form line.
II a. m. Commencement address
j James Grafton Rogers, department of
(state. Washington. D. C. Conferring
of degrees.
5:45 p. m.- Reception by the facul
: ties in honor of parents o fcandidates
fer degrees. Woodland stage. Wo
-1 man’s college campus.
7:06 p. m.-Sunset. Lowering of
the Hars flag. W| man's College
campus.
4.000 years ago the famous Baby
lonian Code of Hammurabi em
phasized the sacredness of the per
• son and the contract; afforded right?
to womanhood and protection tr
| childhood.
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NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
Under and by virtue of authority
vested in a certain deed of trust exe
cuted and delivered to me on the 12
day of December 1925.’t0 P. L. D
Hester and Wife. Julie RvHeater. said
deed of trust duty recorded in Bl
ister's Office of Vance County. N. C
in book 130, page 514. default hsvine
been made in the payment therein
ecu red and at the request of the
holder of note. I shall sell, by pubU
auction, to the highest bidder for cash
at the Court House Door in Header
<on, N. C., on Monday. June 13. 193.’
at twelve o'clock M. the following
described property, to-wlt:
Begin at Mrs. Mary E. Thomasann.
comer on West side of Garnett St
ind run thence N. 62 1-2 W 218 feet
to a stone. Mrs. Thompsons comet
thence N. 27 1-2 K 100 feet to »
stone; thence S 62 1-2 E. 218 feet to a
atone on Garnett St . thence a Ion?
Garnett Street S. 27 12 W 100 feet
to the beginning, containing one-halt
acre For full description see deed
from W. N. Ellington and wife to C
J. Crockett. Also deed from Crocks"
to P. L. D. Herler, dated March 21
1906, duly recorded in RegiUer’s Of
fice of Vance Crunty. N. C., in book
16. page 384.
This the 13th day of May. 1932
R. S. MCCOIN TRUSTEE
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF VANCE
Having qualified as administrator < f
the estate of P. L. D Hester, deck
ed, late of Vance County. North Car<>-
line, this is to i otsfy all persons h3'
mg claims against the estate of tr
-aid deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned in Henderson, N. C
to his attorneys, on or before the H n
day of May. 1933, or this notice b '
pleaded in bat of their recovery A ‘
persons indebted to the said e
will please make immediate paym*" l.
This the 12th day of May. 1932.
FURNEY HESTER
Admftntatrator of the Estate es
P. D. L. HESTER decease
Ghotoon St Gholson, Attya , for
the Administrator, H*nd«rson, N.

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