OCR Interpretation

Henderson daily dispatch. (Henderson, N.C.) 1914-1995, July 28, 1932, Image 7

Image and text provided by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library, Chapel Hill, NC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn91068401/1932-07-28/ed-1/seq-7/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for PAGE SEVEN

Second Round Golf Play j
Sees Move Efimmatjoas
vll d louud of the annual
~< v for the West End Ooua
i ~o niifei- wit* hid yesterday,
' n . n i <t the p’iy baing la the
.... r*. r*»r. «
re v -n tnipionshto flight, J. H.
- ..j t defentljns vh&mpior. who de
r "tc >n Monday wm lemitated by
/ ff./.il* and won over O. T. K«rk
"\,p Let Averette won from J.
- A-. e J and - in ,he on, Y other
. “ n ;he fir«t flight, narrowing
, n thi< flight to three Brodie
'* t £ f Parham this afternoon in
... .muid he a mighty close march
_' A\erette will take on *he win
... tome now.
. t , second flight pairings yes-
L F Shaw won over A. J
. j and 1 S H Watkins nosed
“\v c Mills 1 up in an extra hole
Game In City League On
Wednesday Is Rained Out
0 J Pluviu*. the city's most
\i-itor at this time arrived
puit*. in time to spoil yester
, c-i.. ga me oe tween the Post Os
”, v .tr.d the Clements Motor
- - 3i r\ team carded to run off at
n„ iii League Park.
- w i' postponed on account
( visitor rain, and will be play-
K Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock
; -cr •*< '* •an get together and
... a. y line on that date.
A vj.j. p.’iht. . uael should be t
: :h. afternoon's tilt when
jl 1’ m d 'l u> -M E. Baraca classes i
- c».' r sci th-* celebration of Sunday 1
Kn-’-'rt-t-usboiO rain.
Cr,. c il. Durham 8.
. -<■ - '»;.m y. Wilnung’on 6.
C i«o i-4 Boston 2-1.
tvr. 5 St. Louis 4.
f ":D.rth t*-4 NVw York s-2.
B-.j' n 13 Ch.ca >, 5.
PtHi«d#.phia 13-4. Deiiuit 4-0. J
C -\>iand 2-12 New York 1-10.
iVi-r. y S: 3.
The Piedmont
_____________ 1
< *p- t'atn Blocked.
H r • k-ii ’h.- game be-v®.«n me j
. Fi’iiut- and the Raleigh i
Mght in RaPign. These \
’ -a play a L> *b cheader ]
Bees Ming Bulls.
£<•(:. 8;... eri■ .I - gave the Char
I We Want to |
- Special Service '
This Agency
is possible because
its members are men
trained to solve
insurance* problems
Whatever 5 your
insurance! question g|
may 1 be/we will
gladly discuss it with
you and suggest an
answer without
obligating you. K?
fT/»i* lervic# ia •» near aa |
your teltphonm E
Insurance Department
Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
W. H. PLKMUiO, M»m««
199 Hsadmea, H. 0.
match. J. W. Jenkins defaulted to
C. M. Booth. Shaw will probably play
Watkins this afternoon with Booth
drawing a bye.
The third flight saw Pittman Davis
win fr°m A. Jamelaon by a default.
William Webb won hta match from
\ B. Rollins and W. C. Brandon had
a bye for yeaterday's play. This aft
ernoon Brandon will probably play
Webb and Davis will have the bye.
Yesterday's play was run off under
the heavy difficulty of rain wnich
made the course soggy and jrreann
p °°k water making putts hard to
sink. The matches that started be
fore the rain fell yesterday were con
tinued on through the downpour
which added some discomfort to the
golfers and accounted for tha high
scores turned in at the conclusion of
school day. for this is the last time
these two teams meet, unless it is in
the play off, this season. Bill Payne,
fast ball artist of the M. E.'s, will
probably cross up with Andy "What-
A-Man" Finch, curve ball pitcher of
the M. P.’s, on the mound and they
should be very stingy with hits and
runs probably be few and far between.
Wall Street Bears and the Lions
will ope ntheir exhibition on Friday
at 5 o'clock with two kinds of ani
| mats, lions and bears, starting the
game but probably before Its finished
there will be a few "monks” numbered
among those present.
lotte Bees a decided advantage In the.
scoring last night in Durham as the
Bees were stinging the Bulls 11 to 8.
All kinds of baseball were seen in
last night’s contest.
Twins Win To Leave Cellar.
The Winston-Salem Twins turned
in a 9 to 6 win fiver the Wilmington
Tars last night i nthe Twin City to
move into fifth place and giving Wil
mington the sole possesion of the cel
lar position. Coleman was rapped for
16 hits by the Twins while the Sailors
were getting 10 safeties off A. Smith
1 Today^mes
1 AA. P. B&sacaaYs. M. E._Baraca*.
j Wall Street vs. Lions.
Wilmington at Winston Salem
Greensboro at Raleigh.
Charlotte at Durham.
1 New York at Cleveland.
Washington at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Detroit.
Boston at Chicago.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia .
Pittsburgh at New York.
St. Loui3 at Brooklyn.
Chicago at Boston.
i j*' . • *
Fair, Olympic Girls Who’ll Splash for U. S.
Prize winners when it cornea to ■
looks as well as swimming and diving j
tests are these girls, members of the
American girls’ Olympic acquatic
team. The swimmers include Misses I
Helene Madison. Lenore Right, Jose- 1
phone McKim, Norene Forbes, Elea
No Bonus But Plenty Laughs
Regardless of orders issued by Washington authorities that the Bonus
Army quit the capital, these veterans are apparently in no hurry to
leave. They are shown enjoying a Vaudeville show in one of their camps.
General Pelham Glassford. superintendent of the District Police is shown
farrow) as he sat with leaders of the bonuseers and enjoyed the show.
The uncanny intelligence of Myra V., a Doberman Pinscher dog that
never won a blue ribbon, is credited with saving the life of three
year-old Gene Boldman of Dayton, 0., the canine’s best playmate.
Gene saw a rose on a bush that he wanted. Three times the child
reached for it and three times Myra V. pulled him back by the seat
of the pants. The fourth time the dog made a leap, cut in be
tween the boy’s hand and the rose and sank his teeth into the neck
of a large rattlesnake. The dog and snake battled. The snake lost
his life. Myra V., shown with Gene, above, was badly bitten but is
expected t« recover.
nor Hohm, Ann. Govednik, Margaret
Hoffman, Joan McSheehy, Louisa
.Roberts and Mrs. Eleanor Garrati
Sayville and others not pictured here.
The divers include Misses Georgia
Coleman. Dorothy Poynton, Katherine
Rawls and Jane Fauntz.
■■■■■'%s& str MBM / rffSt Jm
Higher Higher HIGHER anti-knock
actually higher than some premium fuels
costing you 3 cents more
Stopped up 70% in anti-knock
rating I Actually higher in anti-knock
rating than some premium fuels which
cost you 3 cents more per gallon I
That’s our story on the new Sinclair
Regular —every word of it backed
up by the astounding sales increases
now being made everywhere by
this new high-test motor fuel.
You pay nothing extra for the
new Sinclair Regular Gasoline, the
result of $18,000,000 in new refinery
equipment. Cash in on the benefits
1 k V^
Cl«b W L Pel
Kiwanis 2 0 1000
Clements l o 1000
Lions i o 1000
Wiggins l i .500
Poet Office 0 1 .000
Wall Street 0 1 .000
M E. Baraca* 0 l &oq
M. P. Baracas . .. .0 1 .iiPO
Club W. L. Pel.
Charlotte 1% 5 ,7sg
Greensboro 15 8 .652
Raleigh It 12 .478
Durham 10 13 433
Winston Salem » 1a 3kl
Wilmington s 1a 364
Club W. L Pet
New York 65 32 . 670
Cleveland 57 39 . 594
Philadelphia 59 41 .590
Washington 54 43 .557
Detroit 50 44 532
St. Louis - 43 52 .453
Chicago 31 62 .333
Boston 24 70 .25.
t*cl): W. L. P~t
Pittsburgh 56 38 . 596
Chicago 51 43 .543
Boston 49 47 .510
Philadelphia 50 49 .505
St. Louis 45 48 .484
Brooklyn 46 50 .479'
New York 13 49 .467
Cincinnati 52 58 .420
Everyone must have a trade- why not
•lake yours PRINTING The Printing
industry offers excentkmal wages. In
struction available, Monotype, keyboard
and raster, Linotype, Hand rompoaiuon
and Pre&swork on modern presses. Par
I full information write the gOL'Hnu*
Booth BL. Nash villa, Tran.
today. Cash in on higher anti
knock. Cash in on quicker getaway
in traffic Cash in on surprising
fuel economy.
Try this bargain for 30 days. Let
results convince you. Ask for the
new Sinclair Regular Gasoline,
stepped up 70%.
NOTE: For best results, use Sinclair
Opaline or Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor
Oil. Both have been de-waxed, and absqi
freed from petroleum jelly at as low sr
60° F. below zero.

xml | txt