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Kiwanians Defeat Post Office
POST OFFICE HAS
EDGE ON HITTING
MUcue* Responsible for
Their Hard Luck In City
League Game
Although out hitting the Kiwaols
club 8 to 3. the Post Office nine re
mained in sole possession of thf Set
rung oi the City League ladder today
by vtrtue of a 4 to 3 defeat at the
hand* of the iKwanlaos yesterday at
Lea rue Park.
In the seventh inning, with the score
tied. Terrell was caught between third
and home and was safe at the plate
when W. C. Stamback, Jr., dropped
the ball as the gam« went to the civic
club.
Evans. Poet Office hurled, should
have been the winner of yesterday’*
contest, but the Post Office nine finds
it hard to start clicking.
Lions vs. M 1* ‘s Today
The League leading M P. % Baraca*
will meet the Lions' second place club
this afternoon at 5:30 o'clock in
what Miouid be a mighty close game
The M P. Baraca teem is the only
club that has not lost a game thi»
sea-on The box:
Pott Office Ab R H F
W Howerland ss 4 0 3 C
T Faulkner If 2 1 0 f
W C Stainhack. Jr 2 1 0 f
Tippett lb 4 0 1 f
Norvell 2b 3 0 1 (
H. Hrmerland rs 2 0 1 I
Jones rs 0 0 0 (
Teague cf 2 1 0 C
Rogers c 3 0 1 0
Evans p 3 0 11
Total .* 25 3 8 1
Kiwants Ab R H E
8 Boyd cf 3 2 2 0
Turner 2b 3 0 0 C
Terrell c 3 1 0 f
Robinson 3b 3 0 0 1
Rogers lb 2 0 0 f
Harris p 2 0 0 C
Edwards ?s 2 1 0 0
Matthews rs 2 0 0 0
Totals 23 4 3 1
Score by innings: R
Post Office 11l 000 d I
Klwanis 102 001 x—4
MIDDLEBURGPLAYS
DABNEY TOMORROW
The Dabney-Middleburg game wil
be run off on the Middleburg dia
mond tomorrow afternoon, due to th«
fact that the Dabney diamond is not
ready for play Just yet.
This game was originally carded for
the Dabney field, but it has become
necessary for Dabney to build another
diamond which is not complete at
present. ,
Toda^pmesl
CITY LEAGUE
M P. Barer as vs. Lions.
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Winston Salem at Greensboro.
W.lmington at Asheville.
Charlotte at High Point.
Raleigh at Durham.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
No games scheduled.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
JSrw York at Philadelphia.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn at Boston.
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Henderson Golfers Win
And Lose In State Meet
E. F. Parham advanced further yes
terday in the qualifying rounds in
the Carolina golf play at Raleigh by
defeating Tom Ruffin, of Winston-
Salem. on# up on the 21st hole.
Ruffin, needing to sink a 10 foot
putt on the eighteenth hole to win
two up. overran the oup and Par
ham stymied him. He missed in the
CITY LEAGUE
Club W L Pci
d. P. Baraca 4 0 1.000
Jons | l .750
'laments 3 2 .600
d. E. Baraoaa 3 2 . 600
Vlggtns 3 2 . 600
/all Street 2 3 .400
<lwanla 1 4 .250
Post Office ’... 0 5 ~ .000
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Club W. L. Pel.
lakigh 32 28 . 582
VahevUle 31 24 . 564
Charlotte 20 26 .52?
Ireensboro 29 26 . 527
Vinston Salem 28 27 . 509
ligh Point 27 31 .466
Vilmington 25 34 . 424
>urham 21 31 .404
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Club W. U Pet
Chicago 34 27 . 567
Boston II 20 . 532
'itUburgh 28 27 . 500
Philadelphia 33 S 3 .500
Jew York 28 29 . 401
Iroofctyn 31 33 .484
It. Louis 28 31 .475
Cincinnati 31 27 .456
AMERICAN LEAGUE
*«ub: VP. L. Pei
New York 43 19 .694
Detroit 36 26 . 574
Philadelphia 37 28 , 569
•Vaahington 36 28 .563
Cleveland 35 30 . 538
it. Louis 32 31 .508
lea go 22 39 .361
lost on 11 50 .180
The Piedmont
Parade
Tourist Win Another.
Browne shaded Smith in a slab duel
'esterday in Asheville as the Tourist
rot a 3 to 2 decision over the Win
iton-Ralem Twins. This was the third
straight time that the Tourist have
landed the Twins a defeat.
Pats Beat Tara.
Ths Greensboro Patriots scored nine
runs off nine bits last night in Wil
mington to hand the Tars a 9 to 4
defeat. The Pats did all their scoring
in three frames, the first the fifth
and sixth.
Bulls Rout Pointers.
Scoring 9 runs in the first inning,
more than High Point could score in
nine innings, the Durham Bulls jump
ed into the lead that was never
hedged and routed the Pointers in
Durham last night 17 to 8. The Bulls
collected 22 hits with every man hit
ting safely, at least once.
Caps Win Double Bill.
Rives Taylor pitched the Raleigh
Caps to a 3 to 2 victory over the
Charlotte Bees in the first game of a
HENDERSON, (N. C.,) DAILY DISPATCH, FRIDAY; "JUNE 24, 1932 "*
■ attempt to run his ball around the
’ stymy and lost the match three holes
later.
Two other Henderson golfers were
in yesterday's rounds, but lost out. O.
T. Kirkland lost to W. A. Linehan,
of Raleigh, 3 and 2. J. H. Brodle
lost to J. H. Kelly, of Pineburst, 2
and 1.
BfiOWNSWIN OVER
NEW YORK YANKEES
Another Knock Down And
Drag Out Affair Ends
In 14-10 Score
St. Louis, June 24 (AP) —The St.
Ix>uis Browns won another knockdown
and drag out ball gum* from the New
York Yankees yesterday, 14 to 10 to
get an even break in the four game
series.
j Goose Goslin's long distance hitting
and the fact that Lou Gehrig played
his 1,103 rd oonaecutive game for the
Yankees were the twin features. The
Goose walloped three home runs, the
first two on his first apparances at the
plate, and batted In seven runs. The
opening homers gave St. Louis a mar
gin the Yankees oould not overtake.
Gehrig celebrated tying Joie Sewel
for the second best record for long
distance playing in the major leagues
by clouting his 18th homer of the year
in the fourth inning and Babe Ruth
walloped four baser No. 22 in the
seventh.
1 Remits I
CITY LEAGUE
Ki wants 4; Post Office 3.
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Raleigh 3-8; Charlotte 2-1.
Asheville 3; Winston-Salem 2.
Durham 17; High Point 8.
Greensboro 9; Wilmington 4.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 6; St. Louis 1.
Boston 8; Brooklyn 7.
Philadelphia 16; Chicago 10.
Others not scheduled.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Washington 6; Cleveland 1.
Philadelphia 4; Chicago 3.
Detroit 6; Boston 3.
St. Louis 14; New York 10.
double header in Raleigh yesterday
and McFadden came back under the
tights to give the Caps their second
win of the day by giving the Bees
only one run while the Caps were
manufacturing eight.
STEVENSON
THEATRE
Admission Everybody V
Saturday. Open 11 A. M. AvO
GROCERY STORES. FISH DEALr
plng paper. Use old newspapers—
ers and markets save on your wrap
■ Get a big bundle at the Daily Die
j patch office to; lhc. 21-tt.
THE OLD HOME TOWN RitfUrH V 6 PiUnt OSIm By STANLEY
/now the book, says \ —;
. \ take -we trowel, in
) JOIN ONE MOPSE/ (THE *'«*T HAND AND ) _
I club ill. ) agitate the eartthU- -
BE A TOTAL. / briskly about THE
V wrsck - - ) /• —7\ \AFoee mentioned
Vouch!'.
SO FAR THIS SEASON MGS
has JOItfCD SIX AMD
BACKVAI6D Beautify;W CLUBS
/fa { V PLANT \
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DID YOU KNOW? By R. J, SCOTT
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oF MACEDON- > 1 w ■ IMDIAMS - j
36Z-336 e.c. EACH OF 'ffIESE WAS KlHq PHILIP and
a famous figure world's Hisiory
M ham \ A pig will keep cleam
/ „ ‘^.ven'Halfachahce-/
Ip A.c.dAME-S OF Tucson .aril, P J
KEEPS A PAIRoF MBXtCAM / * S /
' . WILD PIGS AS PeTs— /
-'ftey wander about / 2 u Pjz, /
BOOMS OF HIS
Braves Nose^Jut
• Brooklyn Dodgers
By ariose Score
Boston. Junn 24 (API-Thp n
spotted Brooklyn four runs i V **
first Inning yesterday. the n car*,
In the tenth inning to win a
tuck battle Bto 7. Al Spohrer w r f
after Rabbit ilaranvilie had s ,nj *
product » tanlnf ru „ » llh «W
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but 'd* Dodger, knolHd th,
hitting Ben Cantwell hard inX
two frames Manager Max cl?'
and pitcher Van Mungo of Brook]!!
were chased from th* n ,?
tenth for disputing a decision bv ai ?
Umpire Roy Barr.
Dispatch
WANT ADS
Get Results
FOR SALE—TWO NICE FRESH
Jersey helfeis. Apply to E m
Newman, Route 6, Henderson.
WANTED—TEN BOYS~1T~to~7;
years to do light pleasant work t ?
I emoons and on Saturdays,
pay. Apply by letter to J T C* re
2ii'
YOU CAN BUY ANYTHING ATTh~£
Corner Store d cheap.
FIRE SALE OK SHOES AND
clothing. Everything must g 0 rt .
, gardless of coats. Shoe iepa.nt.
nsatly dona. Boston Shoe Sicu
Next door to Henderson Candy K.i
chsn. gj
LETS CUT DOWN THE HIGH COST
of living. June 25th, cabbage 5 i> s
10c; squash, 5 lbs, I0e; nice f,, ri
quality snaps, 3 lbs, 10c Plant u,
matoes. wilt resisting, cabbage
lards. Call phine 889-W. \V. i 1?
lor. Fair ground. 24-lt;
NOW IS THE TIME TO PU:?:
fall crop potatoes, snap: niu«.
, peas and soy beans. We have ;c
stock good supply Woods hg:.
grad« seed. iKttreli and Hams
NICE LOT OF HOME GROWN PIGS
for sale. Prices fight J. B Alkr.
24-lt.
SATURDAY SPECIALS: EGGS. J 6:
hens 14c; chickens 17c; new
toee. 10 lbs. 19c. Cornrr S:oie 2+l
BELIEVE IT OR NOT—OAT ET
day In every way more and mert
people are learning about the nwrij
of our Shop. Meet your It tenet
here. Allen's Barber Shop
Thurs-Fr. t!
USED CAB VAI.IYS
1931 Pontiac Coach
1930 Chevrolet Coach
1929 Oktamobile Coach
1928 Ford 1 1-2 Ton Truck
1928 Oakland Sedan
1929 Whippet Sedan
1927 Pontiac Sedan
MOTOR SALES CO
Phone Ml
j ROOM FOR RENT—STEAM HEAT
ed and private bath. One or ’.wo
men only. Apply apartment ort
The Stonewall. 215 Younjr Ave
phone 535 or 215-J. Fri-ts
DIRECT FROM FACTORY WE
< offer for Saturday 50 13 00 lad e*
1 newly styled straw haH for 69c S‘»
display in window. Corner Store
2+ It
: BEST HEAVY RED DUPLEX
1 double lipped jar rubber? 3c per
dozen at Burnett's. Henderson. N
C. 17 2+ 1 8 15 22
HAVE YOUR FURNITURE REPAIR
ed. reupholstered. ma<L m
look new. New upholstering and
very low prices. J. W. Partin on
alley back of Henderson Furniture
Co. ' 20 22 24 27
FOR RENT—SIX ROOM BUNGA
low Gary Street: 5 room house. Nich
olas Street; 5 room bungalow on
College Street. All modem conven
iences. R. L. Mustian. Ptt° nf
841-W. 24-lU.
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I ing at Notlina with No. It* “ r
riving Portsmouth-Niorfolk 1- •'■
P. M. with parlor-dining <*' •*'
vice,
4—2:52 P. M. for RUhmono
and Portsmouth, Washingi** 1
New York.
192—0:48 P. M. for Richmond
Washington and New lork
6—8:28 A. M for PorUim»«t»h
Norfolk Washington. New v "ft
No. SOUTHBOUND
101—5:43 A. M. far Savannah
Jacksonville, Miami. Tamp*. Sl
Petersburg.
3—8:46 P. M. for Raleigh. San
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