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M. E. Baracas Win From Kiwanis Club, By 15 To 5
PITCHING, HITTING
FEATURES OF GAME
Lion* and Pott Office Club*
Will Meet In Another
Game Friday
The M E. Baiacas routed the
Kiwams ynitrCay nt League Park 15
to -l he hi ml the masterful pitching
of BUI Payne, who Kept the civic
cluli baiters always guessing at his
offerings, and leceived good support
afield
Regers was on the mound for the
Kiwanis team, and was hit hard and
often to enable the Sunday school
team to force :»cr<wa its i un*.
Norvell hit a homer inside the park
with two men on to be the butting
star of the game.
Terrell turned in a nice game be
hind the plate for the civic team.
Lmus rhit meets the poet office
m*e tomorrow in the last game on
this weeks card in the City League.
■1 warm Ah HUE
Turner Jw< 3 11 0
W»»< atari lb 3 0 2 0
Terrell c * 3 0 0 0
Robunson 3b 3 1 2 0
DwHie If 2 0 16
Hardee If 11 1 0
Reger* p 0 0 9 0
Turner W lb 3 0 0 0
Leggett rs 3 11 0
M le* cf 1 0 0 0
Shaw cf 1 0 0 0
Tonal* 23 -4 8 f
M T. Ban**** Ah R H E
Kearney Me 5 3 3 0
Bow Mr 4 1 3 0
Cream ey T>b 0 0 0 0
Coffktll 2b 3 11 (
Jonew 2b 1 0 0 (
9»lntic> H 4 11 0
Norectl H 3b 4 3 2 0
Norvefle *s 4 2 3 0
Allen rs 2 11 0
I>ck;e rs 2 110
Goodrich cf 2 0 1 0
TayW pf * 2 1 2 f
Payne p 2 11 0
Tbitels 35 13 19 0
Score by innings R
K:w3nis 010 021 4
31 E Bn ram 331 53x —ls
Free Instruction
Billiards and Straight Pool
By Charter E. Trade*
( lasses Begin at Once
Recreation Billiard Academy
Old Rose Building
Stevenson
NOW SHOWING
Ruth Chatterton
Paul Lukas
-IN
“Tomorrow and
Tomorrow”
Added:
Laurel Hardy Comedy
“Coroe Clean”
Also Screen Convtnlr
h*
Admission 10-26 c
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CITY LEAGUE
Club W L Pel
Clements 2 0 1.000
Lions 1 0 1,000
M P. Baracas 1 0 1,000
WaH 9fr*et 11 .500
14 E Bunacax 11 500
Wiggins 0 1 .000
Post Office 0 1 .000
Kiwanis 0 2 . 000
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Club W. L. Pet.
Asheville IS 13 581
VClmton Sales* IP 14 .576
Raleigti 16 16 .500
Charlotte 17 17 .500
Durham 16 16 500
Greensboro 16 17 .485
Wilmington 16 19 .457
High Poini 14 20 . 382
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cloh W. L. Pet.
New York 26 13 .683
Washington 26 17 .605
Detroit 24 16 . 600
Philantelphm 25 18 . 581
"lev-eland 34 20 . 545
St. L)Ui* 19 24 . 442
Chicago 15 27 3357
Boston 7 33 .175
NATIONAL LEAOIT
Cluhr W. L. Pet,
Ghlcago 27 17 .614
Bo*ton 24 18 . 571
Unclnnati 24 24 . 500
Pittsburgh 20 20- .500
Brooklyn . ..., 2T 22 . 488
St. Louis 20 24 . 455
Philadelphia 20 25 . 444
New York 17 23 . 425
CITY LEAGUE
M E Baraca 15; Ktwunie 4.
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Asheville 9: Winston Salem 5.
High PoiM 10; Ftaleigh 8.
Durham 11; Wilmington 4.
Charkrtte 4; Greenatooro 3.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Washington 2; Boston 1.
Philadelphia 8-7; New York 7-6.
No other games played.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia 4; Neve York 2.
i St. Louie 1; Chicago 0,
' No other games.
11 Today^imes"
CITY LEAGUE
Cowboys va. 14. P. Barcas.
< Tomorrow)
Lions, vs. Post Office.
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
[ Asheville at Winston Salem
Greensboro at Charlotte.
Wilmington at Durham.
Raleigh at High Point.
| AMERICAN LEAGUE
I New York at Philadelphia.
I Cleveland at Detroit.
, Si. Louie at Ohieaggo.
Washington at Boston.
j NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati a* St. Louis.
| Philadelphia at New York.
Ovtce.ro at Pittsburgh.
Boston at Brooklyn.
HENDERSON, (K C.,) DAILY DISPATCH, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1932
Preparing to Defend Title
" ot • believer in taking chances, Max Schmclinff. tierman
heavyweight champion of the world, is leaving no stone unturned tr,
attain the peak of physical perfection for his title battle with **rk
Sharkey at the Long Island City Stadium on June 23rd. The Champin'*
is shown (left) engaged in a spirited session with a sparring partner t*
his training camp in Kingston. N. Y A large gallery daily puya adim*-
sion to see Der Max in action.
EDDIE WINSTON I
CLUB PRESIDENT!
Former Hemierson Man Sue-
ceecU Ransom Sanders
With Raleigh Team
i
Eddie Winston, former Henderson |
man, has been erected president of the \
Raleigh Piedmont League Baseball j
club to succeed the late W. Ransom 1
Sanders. j
Mr. Winston has been business man- j
I ager of the club for the past two |
years. He hax played baseball a num- [
j ber of years in minor leagues and j
served as president of the Henderson ;
; Club in 1829 and took over the busi- ;
: ness management of the Raleigh Club S
in 1930.
I
The Piedmont
Parade
j mmm—l ‘
Bulls Best Tars
Slugging out 14 hits including two
home rune by McCarter, the Durham 1
Bu+te bested Wilmington lwrt night in ,
Durham 114 before the season's larg
! est crowd. Durham had three big [
1 inn lifts, nhe fourth. seventh and ,
1 Eighth in which they scored all their ;
I runs off MufMcan, Tar pitcher. Lind- |
l ley tripled in the ninth with the basee i
j loaded to score three of Wilmington's j
1 runs.
Charlotte Wine On Homer
i Bell's circuit clour in the last half
I of the ninth inning gave Charlotte a
4 to 3 victory over the Greensboro
j Pats last night i n GbarkAte. Two
| men were out when Bell sent out his j
: Kuthian swat. Pond, veteran catche !
' for the Bees was given a rest yester- '
day and Bell got his chance behind
1 the plate and came through at bat
with his homer.
- |
Tourist Take Loop lead
FBttlng the offerings of Smith and
Fottl&nd In the last two frames to aM
comers dt the lot Jaat' night in Wfna
ton-Salem, the Asheville Tourist went
into the loop lead by handing the
Twins a 9 to 5 loss. Smith had the
edge on Sharpe for the Mrs* seven in
nings but weakened and was relieved
by Folhard, who fared no better. The
Tourisms scored 8 runs in the hast two
innings.
Pointer* Win Slugfest
In a free scoring contest yesterday
at High Point, the Pointers beat the
Raleigh Capa. 10 to 8 to put the Capi
tal City boys at the .500 mark and
in tie for third place with Durham
end Charlotte. Petty and McFadden
hurled for the Caps while Armour and
walker pitched for the Pointers.
Athletics Gamer
Double Header In
Clash With Yanks
Philadelphia. June 2 (AP)- TYie Ath
lories used the same method to win
both games of a long drawn out doub
le header from the New York Yankees
yesterday and wound up only a half
game out of t-h+rd place.
The scorns of the double triumph
were 8 to 7 and 7 to 0, the first game
going 16 Innings.
A homer by Max Bishop with one
on base and one out in the sixteen!b
won the opener, the longest game
so far in the major league season, and
Jhn-mie Poxx’s eighteenth elieuit drive
of the season coming with one aboard
in the seventh, supplied the winning
runs in the second contest.
woor, WOfJF!
Durham. June 2 iAP) Tom Wolfe,
Durham's big right fielder set a new
league record for hlttirg in conneeu*-
tlv e games last night when he crack
ed out 29 consecutive games to run
hia batting average to around the .400
mark. The former mark for consecu
tive games hitlin gwas 27.
Wolfe started the season with Ra
leigh but was released and returned
to the Bulls, for whom he pHyed in
1930 and 1931.
ROANOKE RAPIDS
WINS GOLF PLAY
Grass Greens Instead of
Sand Greens Were Handi
cap To Henderson
Roanoke Rapid* handed the West
End Country Club golfers their first
defeat in the inter-city tourney yes
terday in Roanoke Rapid*. 31 1-2 to
22 1-2. The locals have won six out
of seven starts so far in the tourney
play.
Grass greens, Instead of sand greens
that the local and other courses that
the team has played on, proved very
hard for the locals to manipulate, and
were responsible for a number of the
extra strokes charged up against
them.
Salvation Army’s
Baseball Team Is
Among: Small Boys
CajAain Stratford, of th«, Salvation
Army, has organized a baseball team
composed of small boys and is amxlouc
to get, games for bis team with simi
lar outfits in the oity and he makes
the following statement:
“The Salvation Army <Red Flash
Flash Tea ml is composed of a group
of boys averaging 85 pounds. They
feel that It will take a good bane-bail
team to match them. Any team that
feels they have a chance will kindly
cimmunicae with Captain Chas. Strat
i' id, the isolation Army.”
TODAY
TODAY’S ANNIVERSARIES
1624 John SoMexkl, Polish hero
king, who saved Europe from Turk
ish invasion near the end of the 17tl:
century, born. Died June 17, 1696.
1773 John Randolph “of Roanoke.’
Congressman and IJ. S. Senator the
pride of Virginia, for many years the
most, striking figure in American poll
tlcal life, born in Chesterfield. Co.. Va
Died in June 24 1833 .
1815 — Philip Kearny, noted Ameri
cun general and soldier, bom at New
York. Died jvhile reconnoitering.
near Chantilly, Va., Sept. 1, 1862.
1816- John Godfrey Saxe Vermont
and New York humorous poet, journa
l's**, and lecturer, born in Highgate
N. Y. Dfed In Albany N. Y. March
31, 1887.
1817 George H. Corliss. Invenfot
and manufacturer noted as a designer
cf filftioi engines, born at Easton, N.
Y. Died at Providence, R. I. Feb
21, 1888.
1840- Thomas Hardy, among Bri
tain's greatest of nove4i«s and poets.
lx>rn. Died Jan. 11, 1928.
1845 -Arthur Mac Arthur. Lieuten
ant-General, U. S. A., who received
the Medal of Honor as a boy at
M*l* "one ry Bidg«e and rw*e to the
command of the Army, born at Spiring
fkld Ma?s, Died at Milwaukee, Sept.
5, 1912.
TODAY IN HISTORY
1783 —Washington furloughed the
'soldiers of the Revolution.
1851-Maine famous prohibition law
passed.
1816 Third battle of Ypres.
TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS
Frank E Weymouth, noted Califor
nia civil engineer, born at Medford.
i Maine, 58. years ago.
Richaid H. AishXon, president oJ
the America n Railway AssgxyisuiAon.
born m Evattai<«' 1M 72 years ago.
Will won H To mar , noted Rhode
Island social .-oo lomist born at Paw
tucket, R. I. 71 years ago.
Paot M. Davis, noted Nashville.
Ter.r.banker born ct Tullaftoms,
Tenn.. 50 years ;gc.
t*
’■’TDAY’S HOROSCOPE
TEa e_rty part of the day is strong
ind bectows an affable disposition;
but as it progresses, a tendency to
travel begins, Which may develop into
a wondering, aline nature whh fickle
Fortunes and given to excess. Such
a person wifi do better to follow things
as they are rather than to go chasing
after new experiences.
YOUNG DEMOCRATS
TO MEET JUNE 15
(Contlnusd from Pag* Cne.)
stated that, insofar as accommoda
tions wil> permit, any other Democrat
who is in Raleigh and wiahes to at
tend the dinner will be welcome, but
reservations should be made at once.
Two speeches will be made by
young Democrats. John C. Rodman.
Ir.. of Washington. N. C„ will make
one of the talks and the other will
be made by Harold D. Cooley. Nash
ville attorney. In addition to these,
*hort talks will be made by Miss
Louise KalUgant. of Miami, Florida,
vice-chairman of the south«yn dis
trict of the Young Democratic Clubs
>f America, and John G&tlaher, presi
dent of the Young Democratic Clubs
>f Virginia.
The dinner will be followed imme
diately by a business session for the
purpose of electing officers, adopting
x constitution and transacting any
•>ther business that may come before
he Convention. The final feature on
the program, after the buainees sea
don. will be a dance and general so
cial gathering of the young Demo
crats present and their friends. The
Ktcasion will be informal.
While Doctors Disagreee,
America, the Sick Patient,
Suffers, and Bißs Pile Up
(Continued from Page one.)
rankly expresses no faith whatever in
vhat socialists call "made work" —
vork for the sake of providing jobs.
He did not suggest, but other con
iresslonal economists have argued re
senlly. that the pyramids stand as
monuments to an attempt to afford un
imployrnent relief by this method in
xncient Egypt, which nevertheless ap
>ears to have succumbed to its eeo
tomic ills, among other misfortunes.
Representative Huddieeto* conceds
hat public improvements of today are
(ess wasteful than pyraaaide.
“Still," he says, "there is waste, if
we yield, as is Inevitable to the temp
"ation to force matters- by buHding.
’or example a $200,900 poet office
where a SIOO,OOO edifice would meet
ill requirements. Pt amounts to pledg
ng the future at 100 percent above
its asset value.
“Moreover, our aim is to provide
jobs, and labor's share in expendt
lures for public improvements does
not exceed an average of 65 per cent
jf thei rtotal.
“Finally, the classes of the unem
aloyed in the direst straits- the un
skilled and the white collar element
at best are only indirectly, uncertain
'y and slowly benefitted by construc
tive activities."
Os "self-liquidating" enterprises,
-iuch as President Hoover advocates
the Alabaman speaks more favorably
-but what are they?
There is no lack of private money,
without the necessity of appealing to
he government, to finance undertak
ings which can be depended on to pay
heir own way, but almost none are
’reing launched now for the simple
reason that the general price trend
continues downward, so that invest
ments made at 1932 index do not pro
mote to yield adequate returns at the
reg *rvers
Wr
~
One way to safely pirg u „ ,
pieces of broken ml***x m to
* piece of wet flanriH over t,. em
pat gently, then
burn the I’lotU
probably .educed inoex of 1&3 3 ail( ,
thereafter. ai
Thus any project winch the R Won
atruyetion Fmat.ce corpotati un a „ r _
to back forthwith, must be barked
it in disregard of the fact that .uh,'
clous ptivnte capital .egaids 11<u l
ance. Obviously this suggests a B , rorie
proapect of future loss to the goverr
ment.
Dispatch
WANT ADS
Get Results
WANTED THE AUTO AN’D TRUCK
owners to know thit they now hai r
lilt chance to purchase one of i.. t
best motor ofts for 10c per quar
5 gallons $1.75. Now for sale un
highway No 50 at the city ktrais
Known ax the Nash Filling Stan on
Ncrvh Henderson. 2-3 t;
WHITE KING PIGEONS FDR SALE
at SI.OO per pair. F.rst t asv mock
Healtfty and good workers. AJ. B
WeNter, Jr. 2-2 u
USED CAR VALUES
1929 Oidamobile Coach.
1928 Oakland Sudan.
1927 Pontiac Sedan
1928 Whippet Sedan.
1928 Ford Truck.
1928 Ford Coach.
1927 Chrysler Coach.
MOTOR SALKS CO.
I'hnnc XS2.
6-ts
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SAT
urday. Milk cf Magiiet-.a. pint 3&r
Mineral o!K piiw 59c; ruWraj »i.
cohoi, pini 39c and Nysepton mouth
wash, pint 49c. Dor. ey= Druj;
I Store. 2-Z i.
FOR RENT-ONE FIVE ROOM
house, Zolkooffer Avenue ted oo*
six room houxe CoMege
These houses are clean and in good
condition, ready foi you. Ai«* S
Watkins. 2341
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPt
oials at Dorsey's Drug Store K*
dak* and Sheaffer fountain pen*, re
dUced 20 per cent for quick disposal
2-2 ti
THE DAILY DISPATCH TS NOW ON
sale at The Smoke Shop. Jefferoon
Case, Henderson Candy Kitchen
Wortman’s Pharmacy. Wiggins Drug
Store, Agency. Yru may secure
a copy from any of these place*
at the regular price of sc. 25Wf
YOU CAN GET THESE SPECIALS
Friday and Saturday. Nyal Dr
West an! Prophylactic tooth bnif't
es at 39c each. Free tube of tooth
paste with every brush Dorvy*
Drug Store. 2-sci
YOU CAN MAKE BIG SAVINGS ON
quality toc'tct goods during the
monti> of June at Parker'.-, the Rer
an Drug Store. InveyTgat.- 2-34
missTg. C. BLACKNAIX. PUBLIC
stenographer now located at Hen
derson Book Co. ,Copying, multl-
mftheographing. mthtf
OUR MOTTO: INDIVIDUAL TOW
els to eaeh and every oustomer. saa
itsry neck bands for hnir apron*
clean' combe and brushes, the beet
tonic*, shampoos massaee creator
and scalp treatments to be had AH
applied by as good barbers »* you
will ffnd anywhere. Hair cut 25«
shave 20c Alien’s Barber Shop
Thurs Frl ts
SEABOARD AIR
LIME RAILWAY
’TRAINS LEAVE HENDERSON
AS FOLUiVIS
No. NORTHBOUND
108—8:48 A. M. for Richmond
Wantiingiu* l , New York, c«mnwt
Ing at Norlina wtth No 18 ar
riving Portsmouth-Net-folk 12 95
P . M. with parlor-dfnlng car *er
vice,
4—2:62 P. M. for Richmond
and Portsmouth, Washington
New York.
192—9:48 P. M. for Rlchn ond
Washington and New York.
6—3:28 A. M for Portsmouth
Norfolk Washington. New York
No. SOUTHBOUND
191—d:4S A. M for Savannah.
Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa, St
Petersburg.
3—8:45 P. M. for Raleigh, San
ford, Hamlet, Columbia, Savan
nah, Miami Tampa, Si. Peter*
burg.
167—7:56 I*. M for Raleigh, Ham
let. Savannah. Jacksonville
Miami, Tampa. St Petcndwrg
Atlanta. Birmingham.
6—1:29 A M. for Atlanta, Birrs
Ingham, BhmpMi
For Irtßerntaf.en caH on H E
Pleasant* DP A, Raletgh. N C .
ov 3» C * Capps, TA , Hendeww"
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