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Clements Team Moves
bears nosed out IK 12 TOll COUNT Qanie* for Remainder of Week Announced For Other Matches In Play ome*!* auto boy* moved ln*o top LCU of LtK by virtue of a ( ,y ovtr ti»»- W«M Hears y*». ','xo »itK«w« »n city ioup play ' IM Wall au»e« nm» <«art«d out by I.estU) in the find two fraaaes <a j torn ceane bac kin the fourth and jj... i:inif» to ge< fiv emore runs to ;o tn*ir tctul of six, makmg 11 ;n .itl Fuller. Auto pitcher, gave ;' t} Floyd and hold the Bears r ,e« foi the remainder of the cou . ; while his teammates wer* utak ,g teat of hits ami mors of the gaj.j to toige ahead and take the l*‘H • lu«aal* Va M K Hu races Today K.*mU ciuo meets the M. E. EaiivS-t today in a game that tag moved up from Friday. The *lll pta> * Fnduy instead of j.,a\isg today, and had been previ kJ-u annoUUCed. (u« buiv.H I*. Bsrac* Tomorrow \S.gguu Cowboy* ard M P. Bara ,*• voa up Thursday to complete Che mi'ki pi*y- Box Svvie for Tuesday game: Visit St. Ah HUE Bur a ** 4 2 1 2 3b 4 3 1 0 WJk:n* S2b 4 11 ! it:.- Jp t o l o jlr:::U.-ri -f 4 0 2 0 T- er cf 4 2 0 1 per lb 2 0 0 2 Wt'air.a W c 4 1 0 1 •!:.lbu(k If 3 2 1 0 HI. e lb 1 0 0 U Tutil 34 11 77 (lirurtil* Ab R |f E AJf >* 4 1 0 0 CuMI lb rs 4 2 11 Os 4 11 0 sfee! r t 4 1 0 0 If 4 3 1 l J::« c 3 2 1 u Eui* jb 3 11 0 Fu.ftr ji 2 0 0 V F.d; ■<• 11 o 0 T tal 33 12 5 2 ?.oi* by Innings: Will 330 230 o—ll Ciimrirj 033 141 x—l 2 |Mddth£sj CITY LEAGUE (lub W L Pet C' air.nts 2 0 1.000 " üßs 1 0 1,000 II H Baracas 1 o 1,000 " i:i STee'. 1 i 500 0 1 .000 S<'*ns 0 1 .000 Pos: off.ee 0 1 .000 E Baracas 0 1 .000 PIEDMONT LEAGUE , riub W. U Pet. •Vjiston Salem 19 19 .594 'l'fievaie 17 13 50 7 R -<- Xirh 16 15 . sit> -inburo 16 16 .500 ‘ hani .. 15 ig 4tM T.juington 16 18 .471 11 *#h Po.n: 13 20 . 394 AMERICAN LEAGUE C| ub W. L. Pet • v Fork 28 11 .718 <G-h:ngton 25 17 .595 Philadelphia 23 18 . 561 Cjsveianj 24 20 .545 s - GjuU 19 24 . 442 Cni «L'o 15 27 3357 NATIONAL LEAGUE c,tb: W. L. Pet r -' ; t*k:o 27 16 . 628 r ncinnatl 24 24 500 Pl ’-burgh 20 20 . 500 ® r, *'Klyn 21 22 .488 Louix 19 24 .442 • ,f * York 17 22 .438 Philadelphia 19 25 432 Today^piries CITY LEAGUE fcwanls v*. M. E. Barcas. (Tomorrow) Cowboys vs. M P. Barcas. PIEDMONT LEAOUE Athevtll* at Winston Salem Greensboro at Charlotte. Wilmington at Durham. Raleigh at High Point. AMERICAN LEAOUE York at Philadelphia. Chicago at Cleveland. Detroit at St. Louis. Washington at Boston. NATIONAL LEAOUE Philadelphia at New York. St. Louis at Chicago. gi.exna LOSES IN BRITISH TOURNEY Saunton, England. June 1 (AP) Ame,ic t -, annual and hitherto fruit duest of the British women's golf ' iiinpionshlp narrows <k>w n yesterday n 'he courage and ability of a new in international compeC •»n. Mrs. Leona D. Cheney. Miwsoui rn Californian, now the wife of a t-cs Angaiaa physician. E^gsifal CITY LEAOUE Clements Motor Oo 12; Wall St 11. PIEDMONT LEAGUE Wlkntngton 6; Raleigh 3. Point 11; Uftaaton Salant 7. Charkeae 10-7; Durham 7-6. AMERICAN LEAOUE Washington 5; Philadelphia 4, Chicago 6; Cleveland 5; No other game* played. NATIONAL LEAGUE 4; Cincinnati 1. Chicago 6; St Lou la 1. Boston 7; Nww York 2. No other games . 1 / City League Schedule Following is the schedule for the games to be played by the teams In the Henderson City League during the firs* haJf of the summer, as an nounced today: June 1 — Klwama vs. Methodist Episcopal Ba races June 2—- Wiggins Qowboy* vs. Methodist Pro testant Baracas. June 3 Lions is. Poet. Office. June 7 Ktwards vs. Wiggins Cowboys. June 8— < Lions vs. Wall Street. June 9 Methodist Episcopal Baracas vs. Methodist Protestant Baracas. June 10— Clements Motor 00. vs Post Office. June 14— K1 wants vs. Methodist Protestant Baracas. June 15— Methodist Episcopal Bhraces vs. Lions. June 16— Clemente vs. Cowboys. June 17- Post Office vs. Wall Street. June 21— Methodist Episcopal Baracas vs Wall Street. June 22 — Clemente vs. LjOos. June 23 Poet Office vs. Klwanls. June 24 — Methodist Protestant Baracas vs. Wall Street. June 28- Method ist Episcopal Baracas va. elements. June 29 Lions vs. Klwanls. June 30— Methodist Protest ant Baraoas vs. Wall Street. July 1— Cowboys vs. Post Office. July 5 Methodist Episcopal Baracas vs. Cowboys. July 6 Lions vs. Methodist Protesbant Baracas. July 7 Clements vs. Klwanls. July 8— Wall Street vs. Post Office. July 12— Methodist Episcopal Baracas vs Post Office. July 13— Liors vs. Cowboys. July 14— Klwanls vs. Wall Street. BIG SISTER Dad Gets an Idea By LES FORGRAVE V. f look oao! LOOKATTH'cnoxio! Lw." ~?V r wA's-rue »-rEe«\kjij>!'''l [ wellioohe ‘ i am- Sot t wavt a Mioo-re,bJody. gv TLe. RAVINC ’■ MOST BC HOvO \ WHIRL/FOOt I COULD LlX‘<Y ( WHAT t<S6T ' W r ; , NAtWOTE/ LtT s S AM ACODENTICOME ON,LET'6 jj l CQMC gtQP *6R SHE OUT OP IT FOR AM ( AMO / STt'CK AROOfiO \-lfeße 4 > — ’ , Go , iSSSjfe' sf! OFF THE ROAD AMO A.LWE J —A OLD CAR- I l VOU LL / A BIT. I’VE A.M IDEA THE GUMPS—PITTER PATTER HENDERSON, (N. C.J DAILY DISPATCH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1982 ’ July 15— —— The Piedmont Parade ****•» *»ea» Boa* Two. The Charlotte Bee, lot revenge last night from the Durham Balls in Char lotte by taking both end, of • dou &mei * “The STRIKE-OUT is only 5% of pitching'^ \ u Y»m must kriou W wrk on the weakness of every bitter,” lays the major league strike-out king of the ■ ' i afe % •‘iiaaßjtey Athletns. "Fanning a clouter in a pinch makes the J* >. ‘ rouJ roar, but it is not everything in pitching. 1 ’o» flf must hat e good control and never lost poise or confi . fR. | deuce. You must he at your best with men on basok gSUtßmgLlni ' \ 1 And I«« must keep on pitching until the end of the "STANDARD” HAS tVERYTHING! EM ‘ 1 l' v pewtr auJ Min*, it taka tvwrytbtng. f/ CARBON-LESS —Spark plugs, m va pistons, cylinders and valves stay WsL % TUST to be quick starting is not enough. Dean. Saves repair bills. MW n fe & Mr. I 1 . 0 y GUM-LESS-No clogged mani- I |§k M J J ust to ** a is not enough. A lolds—no sticky valves Cuts repair jjk Ifc gasoline to be great must have everything! cnln,..™ H|He 9ft Gasoline may contain gum which you r Saves repair bills. ft > cannot see but will cost you money later. t/ ANTI-KNOCK—Extra power, No gasoline gives you your money's R, .. w « °nc..h, bearings Cuu repair bills. ffiSk pump and again in needless repair bills. y QUICK STARTING —M ini- ftNk What you want is trouble-free, low-cost r mum use of choke —quick rower and _ . pick -up less comiminanon ol Wjk W ftJk transportation. Power that gets you there crankcase oil without ruining an expensive engine. gas Imeand carburetor- even, steadv need it. Power that starts like a flash—and How of power in the hottest motoe. «s still w ith you at the end of the run. #/ ODOR-LESS -Refined "sweet" — , r no disagreeable smells. A gasoline to give you this must have y CRYSTAL CLEAR- Made clear ftftft everything. —stavs dear-a guarantee of per- \ “Standard" 1932 gasoline has everything. y UNIFORM— Same quality and / #■— —i .\ Read the list at the left. Check It. And nezt * results always, everywhere Always QTANHARH time you buy gasoline —buy “Standard." more miles for your money. Bft U “Standard" has everything a real gaso. c*.i*. 1932. suaferd oy Cu. »f .v«w jcr« 7 i line should have. 'STAN N E To Top Position In City Loop bi*h««4*r. taking the opener 10-7 and the abbreviated nightcap, 7-5. Mar tin hurled well In the Drat game with Lyle turning iA a nice game In the short affair. ( ape Loee to Tam. The Baiiors from Wilmington took the final game of a three game series with the Raleigh Cape on the home lot last night. 6-3 Burns pitched good bail for the Tam. blanking the Caps In every frame except the first and the last. Briggs was shelled from the mound by the Tars and Moon finish ed for the Caps. Tourist Win From Fate. Making five hits go for nine rune, the Asheville Tourists won from Greensboro Patriots last night in Greensboro, 9-8. Chapman struck out ten Tourist but allowed seven bases on balls and a seventh inning rally netted the visitors three runs. Cald well and Batterton hit for the circuit for the Pats. High Point Beats Leaden. High Point cellarites bang out a total of sixteen hKa off Baylin to down the League leading Winston- Salem Twins last night in Wlnaton- Salem 11-7 The Twlm connected safe ly 11 times but could not ovreome the run making machine of the Pointers UNION SERVICES AT PROTESTANT CHURCH The regular mid-week union prayer services of the four cooperating churches will be held this evening at 8 o'clock at the Methodist Proteetaat PAGE SEVEN church. It was announced today. The pastor of that church. Dr. L. W. Der ringer. will be in charge. Pastors of all the other churches In the group are out of the city. The four churches uniting are the Methodist Protestant First Presbyterian, First Christian and First Methodist. Experience is realising In one's self what one believes. Prevention is better than cure, hut it doesn't get its ns me so often in the paper*.