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Motor Company
Os PLAYED AT
PARKJHURSDAY
j(,wanis M. P. Baraca Con
test This Afternoon Post
poned Few Days
cwm**'* Molor Compan y kn
. ib« win column yesterday by hond
‘ tJW u E Baracaa an 11-8 da
re*. in the City League «uu piayed
■ League parH
' Tb e motor company ofMatd the
K(M ,ng in tl»* frame hy pwtttog
e, .wo run*. It waa in this frame
ttit U Cogbill made • baautUul catch
t( j pot out on D CoghUl a scorching
\, r to fin* *>*»«•
Errors by both team* were very
f i[iV l 0 ihe pitcher* who pitched
good ball with th * ™«tor boy*
ee'tgna a total of ten safe hits, two
* ol# than the Baracaa.
aiwaaW-St r Baracaa y«*tp*afd.
I,or to the Kiwania having theii
jr.uaai ladies night to night, the
-cheduleJ game between them and th*
p. Uaiacaa ha* been postponed un
m Monday afternoon at which time
ii a.II be run off at League park.
The Bataca* are playing the Wig
..Cowboy* today In an exhibition
|i.ue that will have no haaring on th*
-1!( ue landing of the teams.
UrtaeaU Motor Co Ab B H E
y foghill 3b 5 1 0 1
Fuller cf 4 0 0 i
Half b*» 4 2 3 2
L C-■**•“! lb « 2 1 0
H. lu«a> v 4 1 3 (
H.*Hl ts 4 2 2 0
•-« 3 1 l 3
>; Jane* 2b 1 0 o t
find p 4 0 0 0
*,»,:* If , 4 --- 4 2 0 0
Vil 37 11 10 6
M L Baracaa __ Ab RH E
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y.:r. .f 3 0 0 0
h:««p 2 o i i
H*:rf p 3 1 l C
c? 3 2 1 0
W Sainbackp 2b ...4 0 3 0
Ti.rr.r lb 2 0 0 3
K*i.t»ey c 2 l l o
To’al 36 8 8 9
Score by laninga R
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C. taunt* 206 210 x—ll
Today^jitimes]
CITY L HAGUE
Game postponed.
PIEDMONT UIAOUE
tVuuccn Salem at Raleigh.
Wilmington at Greensboro.
Charlotte at High Point.
Durham at Asheville..
\MKKICAN LEAGUE
New York at Washington.
Cleveland at St. Louis.
Chicago at Detroit.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Biaoklyu at New York.
S; Louis at Pittsburgh.
Boeton at Philad«4pika.
Cincinnati at Chicago.

Hot Weather I
Suits Are Here I
New Shipment of Suit* In
1
Linens and Tropicals I!
Price* Are Much Lower
All sizes for men and young men, tailored
by Schloss Brothers, which means the last
word in style, fit and satisfaction. 'm
Also New Lot of Summer Pant* in
Linen* and Tropicals ■
Full line of Straw Hats, Underwear,
Shirts, Hosiery and Neckwear
To complete your hot weather wardrobe.
Come and see the new things for men. ■
Tucker Clothing Co. I
A Quality Store at Moderate Prices.
WIKE ACES TOTfir
FOR THE OLYMPICS
Brownlee and Fulmer Duke
'Hope* For Place on Uncle
Sam s Outfit
Durham. May 27 -Duke university's
'7Z fm ‘ tar •***•«• °* A/»cl® Bam s 1933
Dlympic team rest on John Brownlee
and Henry Fulmer, Blue Devil track
aoea extraordinary who will make
their first attempt t- quality l n a
preliminary to be held ln Baltimore.
»!., June 4.
However, there *r a long toad
of the two brilliant Blue Devils even
if they should qualify in the Balti
cf Th f y WouW to
1 Chicago for semi-tiaais and
after that to the coast for the final
try-outa for th® taani.
In the Baliunore preliminaries
Brownlee will tr yto qualify i n the
100-meter run an din the 400-meter
hurdles, while Fulmer will also enter
the 400-meter race and the hop step
ind Jump event. Qualifying time for
the 400-meter run is 49 seconds or
better, for the 400-meter hurdles is
*5 or better and the necessary dis
ance for the hop, step and jump is
16 feet six inchee.
The 400-meter hurdles differ great
ly from Brownlee's specialty the
120-yard low hurdles. The hurdles are
ix inches higher and the distance is
1175 yards longer. Brownlee's unof
icial time of 23.3 seconds for the 220
Tvent is. as far as is known, the best
■nark In the country this year. He
holds the southern conference record
>f 24 seconds.
Both have done the 440-yard run
his season in better than the time to
luallty in the affair at Baltimore.
The 400-meter race is a few yards
shorter than the 440-yard run and
Coach Carl Voyles expects his two
Uars to make it under 49 easily.
They were two of the chief reasons
that Duke's five-man track team took
second place honors in the southern
conference meet last week. Brownlee
ied his own record for the low hurd
les and staged a brilliant race in his
140 of the mile relay and Fulmer won
irst in the 440. third in the broad
jump and made a fine run In the re
lay to be one of the high scorers.
The five Blue Devils have been
highly praised since they returned
from Atlanta. Entering six events,
-hey won 27 out of 30 points possible
for them to win and their four first
places tied them with Louiqjana State
for the greatest number of first places
won.
♦Yanklinton Wins
From All-Stars In
Clash Wednesday
Henderson Junior All-Stars met a
similar team ir< m Franklinton on
Lassiter Field here Wednesday and
lost 33-5. with a number of scrubs on
the local line-up.
Langston. Franklinton shortstop,
| led his team with a triple and two
doubles. Norvell and Hight were the
beat beta for Henderson with two
hits each.
The fielding gem of the game was
the nice catch of a foul fly aear his
third base position by Norvell, hot
corner man for the locals.
The idea of an immortal soul im
prisoned in the body appears for the
first time, in a definite way, in the
I work of the poet Phoclylides, born
mt Miletus in the sixth century B. C.
HENDERSON. (N. C.,) DAILY DISPATCH FRIDAY. MAY 27, 1932 ’
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KEEftMSr THE AiSH-PRICED
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CITY LEAGUE
Club VV I. I’d
Lions 1 0 1,000
Wall Street 1 0 1,000
dements Motor Co ..1 0 1,000
Kiwanis 0 0 . 000
M. P. Baracas 0 0 .000
Wiggins 0 1 .000
Post Office 0 1 .000
M. E. Baracas ........ 0 1 ,<x*o
PIKDMONTLEAGUE
Club W. L. Pot
Winston Salem 17 10 .030
Greensboro 14 1- .53*
Durham 13 12 .520
Asheville 13 12 .520
Wilmington 13 15 .464
Raleigh 12 14 .462
High Point 12 14 .462
Charlotte . ■ 10 15 .4011
AMERICAN LEAGUE
dub W. I„ Pet.
New York 25 9 .735
Washington -.22 14 .611
Detroit 19 15 .559
Philadelphia ...... 19 16 .543
Cleveland 19 IS .514
St. Louis 18 19 .486
Chicago 13 22 .371
Boston 6 28 .176
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Club: W. 1.. pet
Chicago ••• 23 13 . 639
Boston 22 13 .629
Cincinnati 21 20 .512
St. Louis 17 19 .472
Pittsburgh 15 18 .455
New York 14 17 .452
Brooklyn 16 21 .432
Philadelphia 16 22 .421
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251 University Students
Awarded Athletic Honors
Chapel Hill, May 27.-A total of
115 varsity monograms and 136 freah
nian numeral* weie presented to Uni
varsity of North Carolina athletes at
the uiuioal Awuids Night exercises
in Memorial Hall tonight while the
student- body looked on.
The immber was one of the largest
ever awarded Tar Heel athletes for
a splendid year's work. The Tar Heels
won Htate titles in football, cross
country, boxing, tennis and track;
-southern titles in cross-country, In
door track and golf; and the tennis
team won the best claim to the na
tional team chapiunship; sweeping the
East and North without a defeat.
Coach R. A. Ketzer, director of
athletics, piesented the awards on be
half of the University Athletic Coun
cil.
Recife
CITY LEAGUE
Clements Motor Co. 11; M. E. Ba
racas. 8.
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
High Point 2; Raleigh 0.
A-.hev.lle 4; Wilmington 3.
Winston-Salem 5; .Charlotte 1.
Greensboro 0; Durham 2.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 5; Washington 0.
Philadelphia 7; Boston 1.
Detroit 11-1; Chicago 2-1.
Clevetand-SI. Louis, rain.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brooklyn 3; New York 2.
Pihtsburggh 3; Cincinnati 2.
Philadelphia 17; Boston 13. ‘ ,
Others n ot scheduled.
JOHNNY HtCKSTO
CAPTAIN DEACONS
Wake Fomt, May 27—Johnny P.
H-.cks of BuMock was lasi night elect
ed captain of the 1933 Wake Forest
baseball team at a barbecue supper
given by Coach John C. Caddetl.
Hicks has been the varsity catcher
for the pack two years and has been
placed by ell Big Five coaches on
their mythical nines with the excep
tion of North Carolina State.
Aoah Numskuu.
DEAR NOAH = IF A RANCHER
CANT KEEP Kts
STOCKHOLM, \NILI_ ME
DEKJ HARK EW?
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DEAR. NOAH *■ IF THE
WOMEN REVIVE TME.
'BUSTt_E' v IN FASHION,
VVHT don't the men
Oo IT IN BUSINESS'?
MRS O-W. Bill's.
SHELBt VIL-LC, TFMN.
sen o in 'fouft ideas -ro
UEaR NOAH IN CARO OP
THIS NSwSPAPea.
The Order of the Oreil provided
] silver plaques as rewards for oaono-
I gram athletes ranking.high in seheiar
*hip. J. H. Lassiter, of Charlotte, won
the plaque for having the best schol
astic average on the football team. J.
ilnul Edwards, of Hpray, won the
basketball award again; Vergil Weath
era. of Shelby, won the baseball
award; Archie K Davis, of Winston
-1 Haletn, won the track award again;
and Lenior Wright, of Charlotte, won
i the tennis plaque. The mimlouim aver
age required is •'B."
The Grail Victory Trophy for the
freshman athlete having the highest
scholastic average was awarded to
Edward W. Martin. Tarboro, -who
j made numerals in football and tennis,
j Kenneth Byerly, of Milwaukee. Wls..
won the Grail Cup for the best intra-
I mural athlete.
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GRANGE TEAMS TO
CLASH TOMORROW
The Middleburg Grange team will
play a double header Saturday after
noun, beginning at 2 o'clock, when
they meet Greystone in the first
game.
Rogers will be on the mound for
the Middleburg team, it was said.
A four o'clock, Middleburg Orange
will play the Townsville Grange, with
Ellington handling the mound work
for Middleburg.
MAXWELL ASKS FOR
CUT TN EXPENSES
Blowing Rock, May 27.—A. J. Max
well for governor, speaking this morn
ing before the State Association of
Certified Public Accountants, declared
that the cost of government in North
Carolina must be reduced in its full
scope and in all branches and in all
services. He stated that the Associa
tion of Accountants had rendered a
distinctly valuable service to the tax
payers of North Carolina through
their cooperation with the financial
officers of counties and municipalities
in applying belter standardized and
more business-like methods to the fis
cal administration of local govern
ment.
Between 1815 and 1918, no less than
14 distinct wars had been fought for
the sake of nationalism.
PAGE SEVEN
(HAVE DON FAIL*
Gordiane. Italy. May 27- Kay Don,
Br44eh speedboat dr.vt-r, failed by al
ma* 20 mile* an hour yairttrdsy •Ui
•n aeaauJt on the world's epwdboai
record wjth hi* new boat. llm Ei.g
lend Hr.
After waking ail day for Lorke
Genka to anrvooth out, i.e floe tty ce-eH
hi* boat twice over a measured mile
course in failing light but bin oe t
time ww 91*83 miles an Irour end ms
average waa only 9137.
Oar Woods uidveroul aftrndard.
made in Mias America XI at Miami
Beaoh, Fla., last winter, is 111712
POLITICAL
NOTICES
Special Notice
Tbl* 1* to notify oil candidate* fur
office tkat pniitiral i«jtirni iMsMmb'-d
Ur tab enUiiiiu ur rlworfcart* tn Mie
Doily Dlspabeb are ooali in ad\auc«.
Kate* famished upon appllratlou.
FOR KKCGKDKR
I hereby announce my candidacy for
Recorder of Vance County subject to
the Democratic primary, June 4th,
and will appreciate your vote.
R. E. CLEMENTS.
FOR HOUKF. OF
REPRESENTATIVES
I hereby announce my candidacy for
re-election to the House of Represen
tative*. subject to the Democratic pri
mary of June 4 If elected I shall
continue my efforts to bring about a
further tax reduction.
Your support will be appreciated.
JOHN B. CHUDUP.
FOR RKfOKIIEK
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Recorder, to suc
ceed myself, subject to the Democratic
Primary.
Your support will be very much ap
preciated.
T. S. KITTRELL.
FOR STATE SENATE
I hereby announce my candidacy to
represent Vance nnd Warren coun
ties in the Senate of the North Caro
lina General Assembly, subject to th«
Action of the Democratic Primary,
June 4th , 1932.
Your support will be deeply appre
ciated.
D. P. MCDUFFRE.
FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS.
I hereby announce myself ns a can
didate to aucceed myself as Register
of Deeds of Vance county, subject to
the Democratic Primary on June 4.
if nominated and elected to this of
fice I shall at all times cany out
the duties of th» office to the best
of my ability, and as economically
as possible, as ] have done in the
past. Your support and vote will be
greatly appreciates).
HORACE M. ROBINSON
FOR CONSTABLE
This is to aay to my friend* that I
will b? a candidate for constable of
Henderson township in the June 4
Democratic primaly, and 1 solicit your
support, which wiH be greatly appte
ciaitd.
JUNE C. CHAMPION
FOR HOUSE OF
REPRESENT ATIVF-8
To the people of Vance County: I
hereby announce mysolf as a candi
date for Che House of Representatives,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primary on June 4. 1932. Your vote
and influence will be sincerely appre
ciated .
M. C. PEARCE.
FOR COUNTY COMMIKKIONKR
I am a candidate for Counfcy 4
miLsloner fur the two year term, sub
ject to ■ the Democratic primary of
June 4 Will appreciate your vote
and support.
S. R. ADAMS.
FOR HOUSE OF
REPRESENTATIVES
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the State House of Repr«T*tnta
tives subject to the Democratic pri
mary of June 4. and solicit your •up
port, wilh the pledge that I oholl en
deavor to give honest service In be
half of th# people.
O. S FAI.KNER
~ FOIt THE SENATE
I hereby announce niy candidacy for
the State Senate from the district
composed of Vance and Warren coun
ties, eubjeet to th r Demonatic pri
mary of June 4, and will uppprectuie
your eupport.
W S CORBITT
FOR SHERIFF
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate to succeed myself as Sheriff of
Vance County, subject to the Demo
cratic Primary on June 4th. If asm
nated and elected I shall at all time*
carry out the duties of this office to
the best of my ability, and as econo
mically a* possible, as I have done tn
the post. Your support and vote will
be greatly appreciated.
J. F.D HAMLETT.
FOR CIONHTABLE
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Township Constable, subject
to the Democratic primary of June 4>
1932.
Your support will b« greatly appre
| ,
J. 8 RANKS
FOR CORONER
I hereby announce myself a candi
date tor Coroner of Vance county sub
let to>the Democratic Primary June
4. Your support will be greatly op
-g restated
JELYIN O. FAUUM.

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