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lORE BATS AND PITCHES VICTORY final Count la 5 to 4 In City League Game At League Park Yesterday V*n»«*r C Moore pitched and hi* Wiggins team to & 5 to 4 x ,c: rrv over the Clements Motor team r# ; :»rdjy it League Park in the City Lt fur to topple the Clements aggre ftt.cn down into second place in tht jcc? handing. It* d:Uf store n :ne started the *cor wite works in she firm inning j,y puhing o\<r one tolly, end k wu th* r.tth trMue before the Motor teem K ald count. In this session one run ,-ji Kored. only to be matched by on* fi..n the Cowboy nine. The sixth iu.ng *aw the Clements bail club ad th:«e runs and the Wigging crew ran stt ULai by getting two runs to tic ,U rcore. Roth teams went runles x ;he i<v«oth. Clements’ team was unable to get t run in their half of the eighth fuir.e and the Wiggins team proceed ;o have things their way by counting • run. Hall walked to begin the inning and ito.e second. Moore rapped out his tfvind doubble of the game to score Ha'.l with the winning run. The box: Clements Ab R II F Huff ** 4 0 3 1 fttrd rs 4 11 0 Hester rs 2 0 1 C L Cov-h: l lb 4 1 0 C y Coghill 3b 4 11 C E sns 2b 4 1 0 1 R Boyd If 3 0 0 0 Jor.es c 2 0 0 0 Fuller p 3 0 1 0 Mevfra cf 0 0 0 0 r.-Td p o o o o Totals 30 4 fi 2 HiMins Ah R H F E-ins as 3 112 Himm c 4 0 3 0 Gr»#n cf 3 0 0 0 Go dwin Sb 3 0 2 0 H.ok* rs 4 0 1 0 Ciireh If 4 0 0 0 Viighan lb 4 0 0 1 fu:: 2b • 3 3 1 0 Ibcre p 4 1 2 0 Tcttl* 32 x 5 10 3 xXone out when winning run scored Omen's 000 013 00—t Wifgins 100 012 01—? The Pftedmont ™ Parade —> Caps Tourist Split Twin Bill Asheville Tourist and Raleigh Caps h:okfd up in a double bill yesterday tht Capital City with the Tourist win ning the first game 2-1 in the tenth STEVENSON Saturday, June lHth. 10c TO EVERYBODY 10c Open Front 11 A. M To 11 P M. I //7 1926'1927 / ' I IC/ AND 1928 / I I BUIOt I I LEGG-PARHAM CO, | Pk Sord» West End Golfers Win In Match With Wake Forest The golfers of the West End Coun ry Club practically clinched the pen uant o fthe Central Carolina Golf As tociation yesterday by handing the k lnks team of Wake Forest a 39 1-2 to 15 1-2 defeat to give Ihe local team nning and the Cape came back strong mder the lights to nose out the Tour :<s 3 to 2 in 11 innings. Sharpe pitched th* afternoon wm or Asheville over Taylor for the Capa. 31g George Petty was the winner In he night game. Balls Beat Twins -* *> Scoring eight runs in the seventh ind eighth Innings last night In Dur ham, the Bulls beat the league lead ng Twins from Winston Salem 10 to i in a fast game that presented seve ral thrilling fielding exhibitions. Bees Lose To Pointers Losing to High Point last night 12 to 9, the Charlotte Bees missed mov ing into second place tie with the Ra elgh Caps in Charlotte. The heavy hitting of the Pointers and the Bees, total hits being 27, featured the game. Sailors Win 5-2 Wilmington Sailors won over the HENDERSON, <N. C.,) DAILY DISPATCH THURSDAY, JUNE if,,' 1932 T eight wins out of nine starts. The la at game In the tourney for the West End Golfers wiki be on their own links next Wednesday afternoon, when they meet the Louis burg team, which they > have already defeated one this season. Greensboro Patriots test night in Greensboro behind the good pitching of Luftus who held the Pats to seven well scattered hits througghout the nine innings. Sanders and Llndley hit homers. HONOR STUDENTS AT STATE INCREASING Raleigh, June 16 —The number of honor and high honor students at State College has more than quadrup led in the last five years, according to Dr. E. C. Brooks, president. In 1927 there were 84 names on the honor roll and this year there ware 349 students and more than one-third of this number made high honors. In commenting on this increase. Doctor Brooks said It is the result largely of an Increasing seriousness of purpose among the students. Motor Nine From Top Rung GIANTS PUT OVER 5 RUNS IN INNING One Big Session Turns Trick Against Cubs For 6 to 3 Win New York. June 16 iAP>— Billy Herman's error in the eighth inning ignited the fuse that blew the Chi c«<jo Cube’ lead to pieces today and the Giants scored five runs te one big frame to defeat the league leaders 6 to 3 in the first gam of their series The victory brought the Giants average up to .500 for the firat time this season They ran their winning s'*reek to stx games. It put them into feurth place, ahead of Brooklyn. Sta^dSn^s CITY LEAGUE Club W L Pci M. P. Baraca 4 0 l oot, Uons 3 0 1,000 Clements 3 l .750 Wl ß* lr «s 2 2 .500 M E Baracae 1 2 .333 Wall Street 1 2 .333 Post Office 0 3 .000 Ki w*nis 0 4 .000 PIEDMONT LEAGUE c,ub W. L. Pet. Winston Salem 26 26 , 565 Raleigh 24 21 .533 Charlotte 23 22 .511 Asheville 23 22 . 511 Greensboro 24 23 .511 High Point 24 26 . 480 Wilmington 23 27 460 Durham 19 25 .432 NATIONAL LEAGUE Club W. L. Pci. Chicago 31 *23 .574 Boston 30 25 . 645 Pittsburgh 25 24 .510 New York 25 25 .500 Brooklyn 27 29 . 482 St Louis 25 27 .482 Philadelphia 28 31 .475 Cincinnati 27 84 . 450 AMERICAN LEAGUE ch * h - - W. L. Pet New York 38 17 .691 Washington 32 25 . 561 Philadelphia- 32 25 . 561 Detroit 29 25 .537 Cleveland ‘3l 27 ,ssi St. Louis 29 26 . 527 Chicago 20 34 . 370 Boaton 11 42 .204 WES Fill WINNER OF I2TH Gets Credit For 9 to 3 Vic tory As Indians Pound On Boston Cleveland. O , June 16 (AP) —Wes Ferrell kept pace with the two leftys, Grove and Gomez, yeaterday when Blasting Way to British Title | ... x * ■■ * ' hooch you cannot, see the Lull in this picture, it is on its way out of the a&Pfcfip in which Gene Skrazen found himself during the first round f.ty atct British open golf championship at Sandwich, Eng., recently, ■t StMted his way to victory with a record ecore, marking the ninth .> tiii*. t\g title has come across the Atlantic to America. Saraaen is a N**w Yorker, you know. he won Ms twelfth game of the sea son as the Cleveland Indians pound ed Boston to a 9 to 3 win. Michaels, starting for the Red Sox gave way to Usertbee in the fourth after allowing the Indians seven runs. Avertil knocked his twelfth home run lav the third, scoring Burnett ahead of him. Joe Voecnlk accounted for six <£*«» 0 A .... 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Teacher: “Study hard, and when you grow up, you may he President of the United States." "Bright Boy; Xian It be; I'm a Democrat." PAGE SEVEN [Remits! CITY HAGUE Wiggins 5; Chments 4. PIEDMONT LEAGUE Raleigh 1-3; Asheville 2-2. Durham 10; Winston Salem 5. Wilmington 5; Gictnaboro 2. High Point 12; Charlotte 9. NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh 5; Boston 2. Philadelphia 7; St. Louts 4. New York 6; Chicago 8. Cincinnati 5; Piucklyn 1. AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit 7; Washington 6. Cleveland 9; Boston 3. Chicago 2; New York 1. Bt. Louie 9, Philadelphia 8. Today^Smes CITY LEAGUE Lions vs. M. E. Bat-aca. (Tomorrow) Post Office vs. Wall Street. PIEDMONT LEAGUE Asheville at Raleigh. Wlnaton Salem at Durham. Wilmington at Greensboro. High Point at Charlotte AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia at St. Louis. New Yo.-k at Chicago. Washington at Detroit. Boston at Cleveland. NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis at Ptiiladelpnia. Chicago at New York. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh at Boston.