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Plans For City League To Be
PROSPECTS BRIGHT I
FOR EIGHTH CLUB!
fwiwahis Club May Enter To
Round Out Organization
In Community
With a meeting set for Tuesday
night at 8 o'clock in the Chamber of
Commerce office, and two more teams
already entered in the proposed City-
League it terns that some real action
wiil be taiten when the groups, re
presenting the seven clubs so far en
tered meet. The two latest additions \
are the Henderson Lions Club und the
Southern Ice Cream Company. I
G. Fied Finch is manager of the '
J£e cream nine, and says that he will |
be able to enter a very strong team I
if he can get some of tne boys that J
live in his neighborhood in the coun- j
try. Just what the rest of the manag- l
er« of the cluhs will say to this bring-!
ing of players from out of the city,
into the league is not known, but all ,
these things will be thrashed out in ,
the meeting on Tuesday night.
A good deal of interest is being
shown so far in the proposed loop,
gnd there are prospects for the.
Kiwanis Club also entering a !
team Some of the clubs entered in the j
loop so far are a good deal stronger j
than some of the others. A well bal
anced league is sought so that the ,
interest will not wane by a runaway i
Ip the league standing. If the loop;
becomes so unbalanced, two divisions j
may be formed with independent |
teatps in one of th eloops and club '
teams in one of the crops and club j
essarv if the independent organiza
tions get too strong, for they will be
able to practice and play more often i
than those who may have to work
and can only get out to play the
games scheduled for the city league '
If the Kiwanis club comes into the'
proposed loop, will make the eighth |
club that has signified it sintention j
of enterting the league. If there are j
any others in the city that would like j
to Join, they are asked to send repre
sentatives to the meeting on Tuesday 1
night.
Remits!!
AMKRtCW I.HAGUE
Chicago 9; Boston 2.
Clwe’.atKJ 0; New York 5. i
Philadelphia 2: Detroit 7.
St, Leui? 1; Washington 0.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
J*tf?burgh 2: Brooklyn 0.
New York 9; Cincinnati 1.
Philadelphia 8; Chicago 6.
Boston S; St. Louis 3.
I
pießMont league
Wmdtcn-Saletn at
Wilmington at High Point.
Asheville at Durham.
RalHgh at Charlotte.
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UP- |l vvmat li THERE IN IT TwV j Jfr\ \ Ay ffllll I j
Middleburg Grange I
Beats. Henderson’s
All-Stars 5 to 4
I The Middleburg Grange baseball
. team, making its debut Friday after
. noon, took a close game from the
Henderson all-stars by the score of
j 5 to 4. But for costly’ errors on both
I sides, the final count would have been
much less than it was. as the pitchers
on both sides were very stingy with
hits.
At the last half of the eighth in
ning Henderson was leading bv 4-2
but the Grange's pushed across two
tallies to tie the count and another
in the ninth to take the lead
Butties: For Middleburg. Ellington, '■
and J. Jackson; for Henderson, Hight, (
Boyd and Hamm.
BLUFDEIS ill
: PLAT WAKE FOREST
I
I
: ~ |
Game Wedneadiiy May De-j
cide Big Five Title;
Beat Cardlina Again
i Durham, May 16.--Fresh from their:
ninth inning victory over Caro- |
* !ina. the Blue Devils of Duke, again i
; figuring prominently in the Bjg Five j
i race, await their game at Duke park
Wed/iesrtav afternoon with the league )
| leading Deacons of Wake Forest i
which may pfove to be the deciding .
j contest of the 1932 campaign.
Held to four hits by Joe Griffith.
Tar Heel hurler. for eight lnn|ngs, the
Blue s Devils avalanche of safe blows
that won them the ball game in the t
ninth, brought to a finish a fierce 1
contest that will be remembered here !
for a long time.
Dutch Floht. working against the.
j Tar Heels in what will probably be
I his last game this season, showed
' everything a great pitcher needed and
I went right on through to the end de
i spite that early in the game he was
awan-ded pool support by his team
ntafes.
j Either Roy Alpert or Tim Mc-
I Keithan, righthanders, will face Wake
! Forest in the game Wednesday. Coach
Jack Coombs said. It was McKeithan's
i entry into the game in the seventh j
[ inning Saturday that started the |
> Devils on their hitting ways. He got
| safe blows in both his times at bat.
; Wake Forest will bring a formiid-
I able outfit to Durham featuring their
' brilliant hurler. Lefty Barnes. Short-
I stop Karp and First Baseman Joy
| ner. All have been playing great ball
. this season.
j
MASSANUTEN WINS
PRfef* TRACK MEET
! Chapel Hill. May 15 (AP> —A little
: tea mos big atars from Maananutten
Military’ Academy of Virginia swept
; the field at the University's sixth an
j nual Southern prep school track cham
pionships here today.
Coach Leslie Feuts brought only
seven boys, but he had as many stars.
Arthur Jannell won firsts in both
dashes and the broad jump. Allen
Werbelow did the same in the high
Jump and the high hurdles, and Milan
Zoris hung up the two new meet rec
ord?: of the day in the shot and the
discus. The Steubenville. 0., boy’s
152 feet 3 1-2 inch mark in the discus
wag the performance of the day, for i( [
bettered the meet record by more than i
21 feet and the Southern conference )
varsity .record by 14 feet, and it cams |
within three feet of the national prep !
‘•fhool record. I
HENDERSON. (N. 0..) DAILY DISPATCH, M 0 N’D A Y MAY 16, laiA :
SHARKEY STARTS VTO^WTS^EA^LY
With his heavyweight champion
ship fight against Max Schmeling
in Long Island City, N. Y. t still
lYioro'thnn five weeks hwav. Jack
The Piedmont
Parade
«
\ Doubl.eheaders were the order of the
day Saturday for all clubs in the j
Piedmont Loop with the Asheville
Tourist anjd Wilmington Sailors being
the only teams to win both games
played.
Bulls, Pointers Split.
Durham took the opening game of ,
Saturday's doubeheader at Durham
by collecting 19 safeties, nine of them j
doubles, to score 12 runs while the !
Pointers were touching Lambert, Bjll ,
pitcher, for seven pits and 2 runs. I
, The Pointers came back strong in :
| the nightcap by hitting timely behind
| the good pitching of “Goat" Walker j
to win handily, 6-1.
Caps Break Even with Twins.
The Twins, using four pitchers,
nosed out the Raleigh Caps in Win
ston-Salem Saturday in an eleven in
! ning battle, 7-6,
| In the night tilt. Stevenson's homer
I Inside the park with Wolfe and Smith
on base, enabled George Petty to get i
his first win of the season. Petty al-1
lowed the league laeding Twins only !
three hits in the nightcap, to win j
3-1-
Tourist T*»i« Two.
The Asheville Tourist took both
ends of a double header in Asheville
Saturday, taking the first 7-6 and the
second 10-7. Kola Sharpe Tourist ace,
marked pis fourth win of the season
in tjie afternoon tilt.
The night tilt was a rather freakish
affair. The Greensboro Pats tallied ail
seven of their runs 1 nthe first two
innings and hte Tourist counted their '
10 markers in the second frame on :
five hits, five free passes and three
errors.
Tars Get Double Win.
I Eight homers featured the double
! header Saturday between the Char- j
\ lotte Hornets and the Wilmington j
Tars in the seaport town Satuiday. ■
I The Tars took the first game 9-2, the
j Sharkey begins training in
| Orangeburg, N. Y. Here he is on
| the links and at the weights on his
1 first day in rr.mp.
Hornets onl ytwo markers were hom- |
ers by Culbreth and Pond. Circuit |
blows by Rauding. Burns and Noonan,
each coming with a man on, sent !
Merle Settlemire to the showers.
In the nightca, Anderson got a cir- i
cuit clout for Charlotte while Noonan I
and Lindley each contributed four
baggers to give the Sailors thetr sec- '
ond win of the day, 3-2. Jim Ryan
allowed the Hornets only two hits in
the short affair.
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Club W. L. Bet.
j Winston Salem '...12 5 .706
Wilmington 10 8 .571
Raleigh 9 8 .529
J Greensboro 8 8 . 500
j Asheville 8 8 .500
» High Point 7 8 .467
Durham 7 10 .412
Chailotte 5 11 .313
AMERICAN LKAGtfE
Club W, L Pet.
Washington 19 6 .760
I New York 16 6 .714
| Cleveland 18 11 .621
! Detroit 14 10 .583
! Philadelphia 11 13 .458
St. I>ouis 12 17 .414
; Chicago 7 18 .280
Boston 4 20 .167
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Club: W. L Pet.
Chicago 18 9 . 667
Boston *36 9 .640
Cincinnati 16 15 .516
St. IxniLs 14 15 .483
Philadelphia 13 14 .481
1 Brooklyn 10 15 .400
j New- York 9 12 .429
Pittsburgh 8 15 .348
In 1683 the New Haven Colony
fConnecticut) was begun by an Eng
lish companv under John Davenport.
, I allowed only church members t
, vote, and for ji£nrs had no laws
but those of the Bible.
Talked Tuesday Night
GRANGE IN COUNTY
PLANS FOR LEAGUE
l
Schedule of Baseball
Announced For i ..it
Half Season
BEGINS SAT’Y, MAY 2ft
Winners of Each Half To. Play For
Season Title, and Second Team*
Also To Play For Other
Two Ratings
A schedule of baseball, game? to be
played by the countywide leatrue of
local chapters of the National Grange
was announced today. The season is
to open on Saturday, May 28, and
schedules already arranged run thro
ugh July 2, which will be considered
ihe first half. At that time, if it is
desired to continue, the same schedule
will be started over again for the sec-
I ond half of the season.
| Winners in the two halves will play
j each other for the season title, the
| loser taking second place. The two de-
I seated teams in the play-off will then
play u series of games wltfi each other
to decide the third and fourth place
| standings.
I Granges are operating at Towns
, ville, Middleburg. Aycock, Zeb Vance
and Dabney, all except Zeb Vance
have an er.tr>' In the league program
as outlined the schedule for the first
half season being as follows:
May 28.
Aycock at Dabney.
Townsville at I^Hddleburg.
.June 1.
Dabney at Aycock.
Middleburg Townsville.
Jiine 11.
Aycock at Middleburg.
Townsville at Dabney.
.June 18.
i Middleburg at Aycock.
Dabney at Townsville.
.tune 25.
Aycock at Townsville.
Middleburg at Dabney.
.July 2.
Dabney at Middleburg.
Townsville at Aycock.
| Two Games Listed
For Week-End By
O’Neil Sluggers
The O'Neil Sluggers, under the
management of A. Boyd, announced
today this strong organization will
take on the itiiddlebiug All-Stars here
in league Park Friday afternoon at
4 o'clock, and then on Saturday they
will meet the Greystone Quarymen
here on Saturday afternoon.
Boyd’s aggregation consists of ex
high school stars and boasts of a
strong team. They expect to represent
I O'Neils Hardware Company in the
| city league that is to be formed here.
A small admission fee will be
j charged to see their games on Friday
: and Saturday to help defray the ex
i pense of balls, it was said.
WINNER OF DERBY
TAKES PRBAKNESS
Baltimore, Md., May 16 (AP)—Bur
goo King. a royally bred son of the
Blue Grass, moved into the select cir
i cle of great thoroughbreds as he cap
ped his Kentucky Derby victory with
a driving triumph in the forty-second
running of the Preakness at Pamlico
.Saturday.
| Coming from behind to nab the de
cision in the closing strides, the E. B.
Bradley oolt equalled the perform
ances of the mighty Six Barton and
she great Gallant Fox, heretomore Che
only horses that ever won both the
derby, and the Preakness.
DUKE RAU ItS FOR
VICTORY IN NINTH
BUnchfeti Hit* Bring Aik
Duke Runs for 3 to 2
Win Over Heels
Durham, May 16 <AP) —In the moat
thrilling iinish that has ever been
seen in the long and brilliaot series
of gaipee between teams of the two
institutions, the Blue Devils of Duke
bbhi-stU-d out five singles to score three
runs In the ninth inning and defeat
the University of North Carolina for
the second time this season here Sat
urday 3-2.
Although they had been held to
three hits by Flohr. Duke sopho
more star .the Tar Heels heto. a 2-0
margin as the Blue Devils came up
for their last turn. Griffith, who was
quickly from the mound, kin
ton who followed, was reached for two
more safeties to complete the rally
I and give Duke the win.
Saturday’s victory gave Duke a rec
ord of five wins and two losses in Big
Five play and kept the Blue DevKLs in
the running for the State title. Wake
Forest, leading with five wins and one
loss, has games this week with Caro
lina and Duke The contest with
Wake Forest is the only remaining
Bjg Five test on Duke’s card.
Score by Innings:
Carolina 100 100 00—2
Duke 000 000 003—3
Batteries -paroilna— Griffith, Hin
ton and PattisaU Duke—Flohr and
Howell.
kevenge Is Considered
Most Probable Motive
In Lindbel-gh Tragedy
(Continued from Page One.)
I
merit,’ and we have a fully sufficient
J motive for a crime like the Souriands'
outrage. ~
i “Lindbergh has concentrated the
1 rays of this sort of malignancy upon
himself in a really unique fashion.
Our Rockefellers and Morgans are re
garded rather as abstractions.
“The criminal who saw. an oppor
: tunity to extort money from one of
these families of recognized multi
millionaires would be.likely enough to
i avail himspif of it —but for gain,
i “He wbuld not feel the revenge im
-1 pulse.
I “Even an enemy of our present so
cial order would be moved rather to
! assassination ,of (he head, of some
! great aggregation of wealth than to
| the theft of his infant child In fact
the revolutionary type of outlaw gen
! erally prides himself upon his lack of
personal animus.
j “Had the Lindbergh baby been held
for a considerable time with a view
of ransom, it would be not ipreason
anle to assume that the kidnapers
had killed him finally simply because
I they feared to keep him longer in
possession. But his murder evi
dently within a short time after his
theft from the Souriands’ home
leaves no doubt that the money ele
ment never entered into the affair.
“Subsequent negotiations clearly
were the gangsters who sought mere
ly to cash in on the case without hav
ing been concerned in it otherwise.”
I FEEL FINE FOR 1(F
Q»ick relief froa he«d«clw
If you have a headache or any of tfca
little, nagging paint that make you feel
cuuk. go to the drug (tore and aak for
Sianbark. It will -pick you up" at once.
c-r /w ICT* /£- n V Af,k > ou . r druggi.t for
STAN BACK hy name aad get What you
a*k tor.
INTERPRETATION oP
ABSENT VOTE Law
(Cont.nued from Ps«*> (p.e i
Place for the purpose of volin»
person on the day of the >n
election. In order for
first group to use the absents J*?
lott. they must actually be
county so that if they return a. r
the day the absentee ballot K hn
not be used, Mr. Brummiu
out. In the second group There "
flcate A jpust.be used by those lr u
first group and Cerllheate h bv th **
in the second. ' ,ho
“ The catch of the person desiring
to vote by the absentee method
account of physical inability , s
flcient for the purpose.' Mr Bin,
mitt said. “Or, in lieu thereof (h , '
muat be the certificate of a
showing the physicial inability 0 f the
ypter to be present. The oath re. lU j„. a
by these certificates must be niaue
before some official authorized to ad
minister oaths If such officer ha- a
seal. It must be attached to the c-,.
tjfieate, It is not enough that the „f.
fleer shall sign the certificate t) , r
oath must be actually administered
by the officer to the person seekn
to use the absentee certificate. If t tl „
is not actually administered t;.,
ballots accompanying the
are Invalied and should not be com
ed. The certificate used must also
signed by the elector and not by son, r
one in his behalf, except that an ~
literate person entitled to vote is p * 4 .
mltted to make his mark.
"A person desiring to vote by on?
or the other of these me(hi*ds tn.,i
make application to the chairman ~f
Jhe county board of elections befoir
tjjg ballots are distributed, or to n„,
registrar of the precinct after ih,-
bajlots are . distributed, either in j*.,.
spn, by mail or through another 1*
thg application is made through » r .-
other, it must be in writing."
Dispatch
WANT ADS
ttet Results
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planted one block from high scho*.
' Phone 443. 16-lts
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mas framed. Special low prices rn
all picture framing Hender* i>
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I '
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cash. Legg-Parhem Company. lt>-J
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your diplomas, let me frame them.
Will make you special price for n<-xi
few days. Robert A. Blalock a:
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FOR LEASE TO COUPLE VERY
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MISS G. C. HIJtCkNAI.L. PtTBIJG
stenographer now located at Hen
derson Book Co. Copying, nnilu
graphing. mimeographing. nnht?
Mattresses, cots, day beds
and feather beds renovated J3<4)
and up. H. C. Anthony Maltreat
Co. Breckenridge Street. 16-lU
TIIEDAILY DISPATCH IS NOW OS
sale at The Smoke Shop. Jefferson
Case, Henderson Candy Kitchen and
Wiggina Drug Store. You may te
nure a ropy from any of llieee plare,-
at the regular price of sc. 29-ts
GARDEN SEED WE HAVE A FULL
stock at teduc.-d prices. Plant snap
beans, butte* beans pole beans, cu
cumber, squash, watermelon canta
loupe and various other seed Park
er’s Drug Store. The Rexall Store
13-3 t
FOR RENT -SEVEN ROOM HOUSE
on Harrell street AH modern con
veniences. Will rent very cheap
Apply to J. S. Evans. 16-2 ti.
USED CAR BARGAINS
1930 Chevrolet Sport Coupe $295 0"
1928 Pontiac Ccupe. $l5O 00.
1928 Ford Coach $13500.
1928 Oakland Sedan $l5O 00
1927 Chevrolet Redan S6O 00
1927 Pontiac Sedan $95 00.
MOTOR SALES CO
Phone 832
5-ts
GROCERY STORES. FISH DEAL
ping paper . Use old newspaper*
ers and markets save on your wrap-
IGet a big bundle at the Daily Dis
patch office lor 10c. 21- ,f
NOTICE OF SALE OF STOf K
OF GOODS
In United States District Court
Eastern District of North Carolina
In the matter of
Richard Thomas Stewart, Bankrupt
Under an order of the U. S. Dis
trict Court, I will sell, by public auc
tion to ihe highest bidder, for cash
at the R. T. Stewart store, in Mid
dleburg, N. C.. at 12 o’clock, men on
Tuesday, the 31rt day of May. 1932 the
stock of goods of said R. T. Stewat :
consisting of clothing, shoes, hard
ware. and novelties and other m*>-
cbandlre. ThG stock of goods was ap
praLsed at $666 67 This sale is ?» h
ject to confirmation of Referee, wi’-'.-
out notice. Successful bidder will
required to deposit 10 percent of h -
bid to guarantee compliance. At
time and place. I will also offer f"-
sale the accounts receivable of Bank
rupt, upon some terms and condi
tions.
This 16th day of May 1932-
T. S. KITTRELL, Trust**
R. T. STEWART, Bankrupt

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