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Henderson daily dispatch. (Henderson, N.C.) 1914-1995, June 04, 1932, Image 7

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Lions Club
g FIRST INNING
PUTS GAME ON ICE
i
lion* Clinch Victory Before
Stainback Settle* Down
In The Box
*UK f,nlt ,rnln * >*»t«rday en
j , hl . uoni club to score a9to 4
* uiv over the Poat Office nine In |
'.,r%bv‘* K :,me ot Ci,y play
1-ormK «* ven ru, “ ,n th * ,lrst *•»-
. before C. Stainback. pitcher, for
Office nine, aettlcd down to
o .lv two more runs, the Lions
' " hrU their victory.
‘ Y,-tei<l«ve icanoe was another rood
4i.U was well played by both
t 1
Yl[tW.
~ h . IJotu twirier allowed only
s, -.lie hits while the civic club was
'lin* uut 10 of ft he offerings of
, fullback.
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Tarsi '• 28 » 10 3
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sk-o:f by innings. R
p r Office <»1 WO 2 ~t
The Piedmont
- Parade
i
Twin* Top Hulls.
7,aj Wulfe continuing hi* hitting
iririii to 31 consecutive games was
tjr enough to enable the Durham
Bu.a to vtn from the Wlnaton-Salem
AiJing Twin* last night in Durham
a? the Twin? scored a 10 to 6 victory.
S,.tn Twin tuns were of the un
ean.ed variety McCrone hit a homer
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IStgMn^sl
_ CITY LEAGUE
Lions W L Pet
wrf 2 0 1.000
' v a|i Street i j jqq
34 E Burac&u 11 iovi
- a :£l
o 2 .000
*>*. omce 0 2 .000
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Club W. L. pc»
Wln«t on -Salem ...21 14 kjvi
Asheville ig \ '545
Chsrk>tte is) 17 ' 528
Greensboro 17 18 4gfi
Durhanl 16 18 .471
Wilmington 17 oo 459
High Point 16 444
AMERICAN LEAGUE
v nU v v W * *- ™
N w York 30 13 698
WitMftington 28 17 622
I>v*ro4l 04 18 .571
Cleveland 26 20 565
Phl!.-»«lelphla 25 20 . 556
i*f I ..nils 21 24 467
Chicago 15 29 .341
NATIONAL LEAGUE
w. L Pet
Chicago 28 18 .609
Boston 28 19 .578
Cincinnati 24 24 . 500
P.ttstmrgih 21 21 .500
Brooklyn 22 24 .478
St. Louis 20 24 .455
Philadelphia ...\ 20 25 .444
New York 17 23 .425
with the bases full to help Winston-
Salem’s couse.
Pointers Win 4 to 2.
Cotter's circuit blow In the third
innning with two men on the sacks
lfave the High Point Pointers all but
one of their runs and victory yes
'erday over the Asheville Tourists In
High Point. Asheville secured seven
hits to the Pointers 5 but was un
able to bunch them to count.
Pat» Defeat Caps.
A big fifth inning in which the Pats
pushed across five counters and play
ed a major part in the Pats 8 to 6
victory over the Raleigh Caps last
night in Raleigh.
McFadden, Cap rookie, pitched the
last four innings of yesterdays tilt
and went well against the Patriots.
Bees Win 12 in Hattie.
Pushing over one run in the 12th
HBTOEMON, (N. C.J DAILY DISPATCH SATURDAY JUNE 4, 1932 ’
Beats Post Office Nine In Friday Game
CNISJJeI HiU, June 4 -Barring un-1
favorable weather, the University of j
North Carolina probably will dUige the
most picturesque commencement In
Its history this year. Above is beauti
ful Kenan Stadium, where the grad
uates of 1932 will receive their do-
j
frame of yesterday’s game with the
Wilmington Sailors in Charlotte, the ;
Bees gained a 5 to 4 victory and a
whole game on the second, place
Tourist. |
U. N. C. Has Picturesque F inals
t A 4 ’ «).Na w ‘a
e 4 1 %&,)■ ***’?./' ’
:> IHB I
mUm ■ ■in ■ » ■ ■ ■ -—-
P 9 m Q/. VAQ*£Q l £~*J' r
greea at aurutei exerdsea to be held
nxt Monday evening at 7:30 o’clock,
and some of th e figuies who will take
prominent partt In this year’s finals.
The commencement opened with
class day < xei crses Saturday, and will
continue through Monday. Alumni
reunions and exercises for the
graduating class will be held on Mon
day. when Governor Gardner will de
liver diplomas to More than 300 grad
uates and President Graham wIM pre
side.
Dr. Franklin S. Hickman, of the
Duke University School of ReUgton.
will preach the baccalaureuite sermon
i nMemorlal Hall Sunday morning at
11 o’clock.
Psychology is tne Btudy of behavior.
The thorn comes forth with his
point forwards.
Patience is a flower that grows
not in every garden.
ißefenjltsl
CITY LEAGUE
Lions 9; Pott Office 4.
LEAGUE
Greensboro 8; Raleigh 6.
Charlotte 5; Wilmington 4.
High Point 4: Asheville ~-
Winston Salt-m 10; Durham 6.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Ne«w York 20, Philadelphia 13.
St. Louis CYucaggo 1.
Cleveland 3-10; Detroit 1-7.
No other games played.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Bct<on 6; Biookjyn 5.
Pittsburgh G; Chingo . 5
No other games.
Today^Smes
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Winston Salem at Durham.
Wilmington at Charlotte.
Asheville at High Point.
Grtensboro at Raleigh.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at Detroit.
St. Louis at Chicaggo.
Washington at Boston.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at New York.
Chicago at Pittsburgh.
Boston at Brooklyn.
Wife Preservers
When bottle caps, fountain pen
tops, etc., stick, try twisting a rub
ber band tightly around the cap.
The rubber will not tilde, and you
can get a good grla
PAGE SEVEN
NOTICE OF HALE
Under and by viuur of tbo poorer
and authority conferred upon the un
dersigned trustee by a certain deed of
truai executed by Golden Rett Bus
Line. Inc.. W. A. Watkins and Flor
ence WwtkJne on January the 28th ,
1931 and recorded in the office of the
register of deed.* of Vance - bounty. m
Book 168, page 3. defauk. having btea
made in the payment of the indebted-,
nese thereby secured as therein pi •>
vided and having been requested by
the holders of the said note, the un
dersigned trustee, will on Thyradny.
June the 30th. 1932 at 12 o'clock noon
at the courthouse door m Vance coon
ty of far for sale and sell to the high
est bidder for cash the foliovdng de
scribed property
The franchise cetliflcata held by
Golden Belt Bus L4ne. Inc., and lilt’d
to It by the North Carolina Oorpora-
Uo n Coinmiiiitton. the Mine being
frunchise No. 203 empowering tne T
parties of the first part to operate a
buy line for transportation of pas
sengers light express and freight from
Durham. N. C.. via Oxford to Hen
derson, North Carol.na, over Highway
No. 75 and 57. together with all right,
title. ‘Merest and claim that the
claim with reapeot to said bus Wne
find parties of the ftrat part have or
and fi-unchise rights in connection
therewit h.
'HUs the 2n<l day of June. 1932
BERT M HOTTING., Trustee
SPECIAL LOW
Round Trip Farea June 4, 1933
FROM HENDERSON
TO N«. Days
. Ticket a
limited
Atlanta 5 $11.76
Chattanooga 6 13.76-
Birmingham 6 13.76’
New Orleans 10 26.76’
Savannah 10 IQ.OQ
Jacksonville 10 16.00
Tampa 10 22.60
Miami 10 26.00
Havana 19 40.76
Rules to Many Other Florida and
Gulf (Out Points
Additional Excursions July 2nd-.
August Kth., September 3rd.
Attractive ULtlonal Route* In Florida
For Information Call on Ticket Agent
H K PLEASANTS, D P A
Kaieigh. N ( . Phone 27M
505 Odd FHlows Bldg
Seaboard
> W-F 41k LhUl RALLWAV

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