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J. H. Brodie Wins Match In Third Round Os Golf Played At Country Cluh J. H. Brodie, the defending cham pion of West End Country Club, won over E. F. Perham yesterday on the local course 2 and 1 in the third round of match play of the annual golf tournament for the members of the club. In the second flight. C. M. Booth, of Oxford, won over S. H. Watkins, 5 and 3. Pittman Davis won over W. C. Brandon of Uxford in the third flight 4 and 3. This afternoon the championship matches begin between the two play era left in each flight with 18 holes being played today and 18 tomorrow, making a total of 36 holes bieng play M. E. Baracas Win Easily Over M. P. Team, 11 To 4 P. Team Uses All Pitching Material It Has In Vain Ef fort To Stem Tide of F oes in Game Thursday Afternoon at Lea gue Park Here The M. E. Baracas hopped all over the fast sinking M. P. Buraca nine yewerdey at League Park and won easily, 11 to 4. wuh the M. P.’s using ell the pitching talent they possessed on their team. TiK expected battle between Payne end A. Finch didn't materialize, since Payne was net in uniform yesterday for the M. E.'s but Stainback more then filled his shoes and kept the entire M P Nine gu*-?sing, except for | the second inning when they scored | thre erune on hits, errors and walks. j CITY LEAGUE. Wall Street vs. Lions. PIEDMONT LEAGUE Wilmington a t Winston Salem Greensboro at Raleigh. Charlotte at Durham. t AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at Cleveland. j Washington at St. Loujs. Philadelphia at Detroit. Boston at Chicago. NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati at Philadelphia . Pittsburgh at New York. St. Louis at Brooklyn. Chicago at Boston. Re@lts| CITY LEAGUE M E Baracas 11; M. I’. Baracas 4 PIEDMONT LEAGUE Ral».gh 4-4; Greensboro 1-2. Duihrm 8; Charlotte 1. 4; Witnston Salem 1. AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis 8; Washington 4. New York 10; Cleveland 5. Detroit 4; Philadelphia 2. Boston 2; Chicago 1. NATIONAL LEAGUE -Cinc.nnati 7; Philadelphia 4. St Louis 6-8; Brooklyn 9-6. Pittsburgh 10-9; New York 7-1. BIG SISTER _ A Trick of Fate By LES FORGRAVE VK ' l ' A s^'" ATtXXim -SswiM. I ha;' FOvJWO & Isii\x t PION'T G'T HERt A MV 3ACKS AQOOt QROvcetO L T !r!7 i'onev/e« oeTttß place to wde /HN? mimote -too Soom. DG.TC.E £] jwf-‘/A qot i ooki't dare‘bTOP’Tn, *yT N * Al<e eJT T o\o. _ gr ors Qoat 1 -nl i csrr some stcso ro'Ajxm' luce mad f] Jj m i reach sot, TT s vrll IXTtV FIX£D QAfO JK- UPSTREAM. MAYBE HE'S Ya U WCaOOV'D DARE * ' ' >■l, II 1 I “1— ■ ■ Fnu UwiVi «—»■——■”—— —^————■■—— 1 11 , 11 I*l i■■ 1 ■ ■ 1 ,■■ i»> ————j»———» <» 1 m mii - _ -_ _ THE GUMPS BRING OUT THE CITY DIRECTORY (©Wh YHfc (sUMp* /OH- *il UL YOU BE A /VftLL- PA* A* IM CON£fcftNEO"\] ’ * _ ~ * V CALLtfc ON J QUIEY MIN l 1 l\ DON'T CARE WWEVWfcR ME D»t> OR / <3 X YmE CARRS IY *A& ZJ I WIW'TOW W [ (t'JrVfV NgY-TjHjt CARRS ARS Rft»ENb* l r * \ Vi EWvBARRAitJto M KNOCKING I JU»T «JUA VV - \ Yo POOR, YOM- m ALL VOU DO J/ yvcE CaOWWNi* \ 7v>\ UY A Bout J /T\ , . rw THEN T““ * mJ? \ VI ( Ayv l ur* talk about j Hi / ALL i wany yo - \| L aj23l \ SOMEBODY /H --y T£ mi | t>ON'Y YHINK \ L >v X V ELiE— >f L_L ed to determine the winner. In the championship flight this afternoon. J. H. Brodie meets Leo Averette who held a bye in yesterday’s play. In the second flight C. M. Booth of Oxford, and E. F. Shaw start their match for honors i nthls flight and Pittman Davis plays W. Webb, of Oxford, to determine the winner In the third flight. In consolidation play, so far, D. J. Cooper has won over T. W. McCrack en in the second flight and this after noon O. T. Kirkland gneets C. O. Seifert for consolation honors in tne first flight. D. J. Cooper plays S. M. Watkins for final coisolation honors in second flight this afternoon. He blanked them for the rest of the ; game. i A. Finch, Harper and C. Finch did the p.tohcng for the Losers and A. ! Finch got credit forth eloss after he | was routed in the fourth frame under ; a five run barrage. Harper fared a , i.'itle better and soon gave way to C. • Finch who held the M. E.’s scoreless 1 from the fifth through the remainder cf the game. , | The box score. j M E Baracas Ah R II E i Norvell 3b 5 2 1 0 j Mills ss 4 2 2 0 M. eKarney rs 4 0 0 0 I Carter c 4 0 2 0 | Goodrich 2b 4 0 0 2 1 Rose lb 4 1 0 2 IT. Kearney cf 3 2 1 0 j Stainback p ....4 2 2 0 | Polstoti If 3 2 1 0 Total 35 11 9 4 | M P Baracas Ah K II E iB. Hight 2b 3b 30 0 0 1 Clopton cf 5 0 1 0 I C. Finch lbp 4 11 1 I Baity If 4 n 1 0 Holloway c.... 3 0 2 0 j Harper 3b p2b 411 0 jA. Finch lb p 2b 2 11 l | Powell rs 3 0 0 0 Burgess ss 3 11 1 Total 31 4 8 3 Score by innings: R M E Baracas 200 540 o—ll M P Baracas 130 000 0 — 4 Nurmi Is Barred In the Olympics At Los Angeles Los Angeles. July 29 lAP)—Paavo Nurmi—the greatest foot racer of all time, winner of seven Olympic races— last night was barred definitely and finally, from competing in the 1932 games, less than three days before he was to have begun his fourth quest for Olympic honors. The executive council of the Inter national Amtateur Athletic Federa tion. sitting as a commission of seven with ful powers, put an abrupt end la the controversy over the Finnish runner’s status by rejecting his entry for the track competition of the Tenth Olympic. '.U/ 'j vAt ** % > HENDERSON, (N. CJ DAILY-DISPATCH, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1982 M O’Neil Sluggers Blank Middleburg By 3 to 0 Score Breedlove* BCtdd&eburg burlier, al lowed only three lone safeties, but lost his game to the ONetl Slugger* here yeeterday afternoon, 3 to 0 when hia teammates committed five miecuee to enable the Sluggers to take the victory, Harris allowed the Middleburg team five hits, but they could not bunch thrm to any advantage. Middleburg AbBHE Woodal lef 4 0 1 0 Short If 4 0 0 0 H. Breedlove s» 4 0 1 3 Ellington rs 4 0 1 0 Jackson c 4 0 0 0 Holloway lb 4 0 11 C. Breedlove p.. .3 0 0 0 White 2b 3 0 1 0 Stainback 3b 3 0 0 1 Totals 33 0 5 5 Henderson Ab R H 1 S. Boyd cf 4 1 0 ( Fox rs 4 11 r Hamm c 4 0 0 0 B. Kelly 3b 3 0 0 0 Maynard 2b 3 0 1 0 Scoggins ss 3 0 0 0 A. Boyd lb 3 0 0 0 S. Kelly if 3 0 0 0 Harris pp 3 11 0 Totals 30 3 3 0 Staigh&s CITY LEAGUE Club W L Pel Kiwanis 2 0 1000 Clements 1 0 1000 Lions 1 0 1000 Wiggins 11 .500 M. E. Baracas 11 .&0O Post Office 0 l .000 Wall Street 0 1 .000 M. P. Baracas 0 2 . 000 PIEDMONT LEAGUE Club W. L. Pel. Charlotte 18 6 .750 Greensboro 15 10 .600 Raleigh 13 12 .520 Durham 11 13 .458 Wilmington 9 14 .391 Winston Salem 9 15 .375 NATIONAL LEAGUE Club W. L. Pel, Pittsburgh 58 38 . 604 Chicago 52 43 . 547 Boston 49 48 .505 Philadelphia 50 50 . 500 St. Louis 46 49 .484 Brooklyn 47 51 .480 New York 43 51 .457 Cincinnati 43 58 .426 AMERICAN LEAGUE . Jcb: W. L. P-*. New York 66 32 .673 Cleveland 57 40 . 588 Philadelphia 59 42 . 584 Washington 54 44 .551 Detroit 51 44 .537 St. Louis 44 52 . 458 Chicago 31 63 . 330 Boston 25 70 .263 Wife Preserves At this time of year you need an adequate supply of paring knivee. Don’t try to get along with only one. THE OLD HOME TOWTN a STANLEY DoDE, (P - "~^= VTou TSL.L. ME y ]» HAP. BUT/ >£im ' FOoDE* DOOLITTLE )S UP TO H)5 PRE-WAR STANDARD OF a ° ° fc> 1132 Lt« W Stanley Central Vxtm 7-29-32 j DID YOU KNOW? ---By R. J. Scott I l ■ " - ■ r.oavri-l.t im. by ... . Allocation, hu -J M c. H IN&U CR im IN Ac£cT£f WERE DECAPITATED J d‘iScg S ca’ om wkh 7ft is Blade I N E SC EXECUTIONER WHO I gAL A.KIC cal's DOWN -tHfe ABOUT ITS WEST AND BUILDS ROAD' /* WA.V9 To rCs DEEDING GROUNDS To MAKE THEM MORE ACCHSS'BLE. . The Piedmont I Parade .j| Caps Win Douhh Bui N l Petly and FUnn p.i. ; . fJ victory for the Raleigh v’ ~,. ’ terday in Raleigh *.:r, mng the first one from V; 'B 4 to 1. Flinn won the j to 2 with the aid of J.; b. - ** ‘ I catcher who rht a honiei i : • » * '"M with two men on bases. Bulls Gore Be.» Tiny Butier was given hit.k un ,. I port last nkht; in r»ui ; ., rii Vfl and his teammates were 'M league leading Chailo’n b* ~ 1 defeat to reveise then ■ ndgWO ibeJore. Th*- B u ;., pjl Dizenzo hard in the f.i-, >,,. r V fifth stanzaas. ' Tom Wolfe hit a homer n. -r> e, I inning. Tars Trim Twins Marty Baylin, forme T.v u I pitched for the W:im:ru*' r. s 3 last night in the Twin <'.'y . . v ’ | his ball game from Ills -..- I mates 4 to 1. 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