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Olympic Games Open Today
In Los Angeles Big Stadium
Lxw Angeles. July 30 iAP) Vice- (
Charles Curtis lent the of-!
flchl dignity of the United States to
the games of the tcn h Olynipa.d yes- t
terday arriving here to proclaim the
opening of the international classic I
today. !
He disntissed all talk of politics i
wi ha gesture and immediately laun-|
ched into the spirit of the workl-wkle
I
sports carnival which will take the i
spctNglu. with the opening ceremony I
cn the pook.-d Olynnepic sodium be- |
fore 106 000 persons.
A tKwo thousand piece band will
play tlu» national anthem, joined by a j
chci rof 1.000 voices as the vice pres- 1
Stages]:
CITY LHAGUE
Club fv L Pcs !
Kiwanis 2 0 1000 j
Clements 1 0 1000 j
Lions 1 0 1000 '
1 l .500 i
M. E. Baracas 1 l .500
Post Office 0 1 .000 I
Wall Street 0 1 .000 «
M. P. Bara car 0 2 .000
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Club W. L Pci.
Charlotte is 0 .750
Greensboro 10 10 .015
Raleigh 13 12 .520
Durham 11 14 .440 j
Wilmington 0 14 .301
Winston Salem 9 15 .375
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Club W. L. Pet
Pittsburgh 59 38 . 608 j
Chicago 52 43 .547
Boston 49 48 .505 |
Philadelphia 51 50 . 505 I
Brooklyn 48 51 .485 j
St Louis 46 50 .479
New York 43 52 .453
Cincinnati 48 59 .422
AMERICAN LEAGUE
. )cb: W. L. Prt.
New Yotk 66 33 . 667 j
Cleveland 58 40 . 592
Philadelphia 59 42 . 584 j
Washington 55 44 .556 *
Detroit 51 44 .537 •
St Louis , 44 53 .454,
Chicago * 32 63 . 337 J
Boston 25 71 .260
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The Piedmont
Parade
Rain last nisht blocked two of the
three c* ntests sc'ncduled for the Pied
mont League. Raleigh was forced out |
at Wilnrv rvgton and Winson Salem and ,
Qhacloite could not start their week j
end set es on account of the down pour
Greer.3bcro was host to the Durham <
KIP' SISTER Passed ByJ ■ By LES FORGRAVB
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Vv _ "\ * AREvyTA-> ■SIDOT <£vl J TDO WH\LC HE GETS. DIStORSED Tv-TE. HOGH OP THE CHILOISH PRATTLE RAKK9 '■M THE
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<=ET BACK MER. o I .'JSaHoRE- 1 ** ~ \ V V<HEM HE PAWNED YNOEE PEARLS ME fe»Y THEM Yn£ WAT
PEARL NECKLACE ? | MV ONLT CHANCE K C | YMAt NAME- |H| Jffili I U*i ‘' J | I] Iffli L ir
knows YMJIT m IS YO FIND Xwj WE rOUCt H - JTT
IwlstTUToV* 1 \SUSe MS J I » HA.V6 AN IDgA- ■ *5,000.« FOR A. STR.N4, OF ME blO- iff
*AS ALwAVS. A ','v -
&plndtn«ipy ,I{k them- v k m 000*52- >MArs BUSINEEE^JMr H \ PRICE FOR THIE, JT^JL
AND a GLMBI.tR- ~ PERHAPS HE COULD I * ® kic\jk» CALL
AND THAT HE f\ ME MIOHT / l ’i jfl ■ Xj 4-0% t CKM
ldent appears in the huge concert bowl
escorted by Count Henri de Baillet-
Latour, president of the international
Olympic federation, and Wiilliam May
Garland, precedent of the tenth Olym
piad committee.
Then follows the grand parade of
the nations with 2.000 of the world's (
finest athletes passing in review ir. !
their multi-colored uniforms. Mr. |
Cur is will be inttxxluced to the vaxi j
assembly by Mr. Garland as they j
stand in the tribute of honor.
He will speak 16 words in behalf of
President Herbert Hoover:
*7 pix>elaim open the Olympic games
of Los Angeles, celebrating the tenth
Olympaid of the modem year.”
Mermaids Seven .
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Members of the U. S. Olympic re
lay swimming team are shown in the
Olympic pool at Los Angeles as they
put the finishing touches on their
training. Left to right, are: Doro
thy Dickinson, Edna McKibbon,
Josephine McKim. Lenore Knight,
Helen Johns. Helene Madison and
i Eleanor Saville.
Bulls for the only game played last
night.
Ta4s Win Fnom Bulls
Borgniann. fast fielding Greensboro
her Mop. lead the Pats in their 7 to
2 victory over the Durham Bulls last
night in Greensboro to enable
' boio to take the in the week end
, series. Borgmann got two hits, stole
j three bases and accepted nine chanc
e« without an error . Six Pat players
I go* two hife each,
1 v >k *•
HENDERSON, (N. C.,J DAILY DISPATCH,' SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1982
Wall Street-Lions Game
Blocked By Wet Grounds
Wet grounds ft>rced out (ho WoM
Street-Liens game yesterday at Lea
gue Park and the game will be played
at some later date.
This makes the second game of the
week that has been postponed on ac
count of rain. Clements and Post Of
fice could not meet on Wednesday on
account of a downpour and yesterday's
storm left the grounds in such shape
that it was thought advisable not to
attempt to play on them when tthev
were in hat condition. Yeserday’s
game will be played on some future
date. Clement's pplays the Post Of
fice or* Monday of next week In order
to make up the game that was post
poned this past weke.
There is some question about the
M. E.'s victory over t'he M. P’s on
Thursday that has something to do
with the eligibility of some of the ball
players in this game. It seems that
THE OLD HOME TOWN R*rl*«»r*d U. S. PU*nt OBc« By STANLEY
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wav a / 1 l DEPT
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THAT LOVJ HANQIA4<S LAMP IN THE |j a) .
racket store was respomsible ~ sv+hue?'
FOR AN AWFUL FUSS /M THE
H ENWORTHY HOME LATE To DAY
’ (c\ 1932 Lm w. sunlty C«ntr»l Pr«a 7^30-32
both teams used ineligible men in tftis
content and It will probably be thrown
out at the next directors meeting and
made to be played over. i
Hack Wilson Big
Factor In Dodger
Win Over Cards
Brooklyn, July 30 (AP) —Hack Wil
son, last year's “forgotten man” of
baseball set a warm pac eyeeterday
and his Brooklyn teammates followed
it to win their fifth victory in * *
games against the St. Louis Card!-j
tnals, 7 to 4. and step past the world’s
champions into fifth place in the Na- ,
tional League. *
Hack smarted the Dodgers off In the J
first inning by driving his 18th home |
run of the season against the right
field screen with O'Doul on bos* to
gain a 3-0 lead. Previously Roweofeld
ted opened “ Hdi a double off Dizzy
Dean arr scored on a baJk and
Stripp’o _iy.
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Winston Salem at OharlcLte.
Durhj&m at Greensboro.
Raleigh aA Wiknfington.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Philadelphia at Cleveland.
Washington at Chicago.
New York at Detroit.
Boston at St. Louis.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia.
Cincinnati at New York.
Chicago ait Brooklyn.
St. Louis at Boston.
i Prepare To Open Businem School.
j Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Everitt, of the
Henderson Business School, arrived in
[ town last night to prepare for the
| opening of school on September 12.
SORDS POlNTS—Bywords
4 AOt MOboPopi-f0 rue lAOELAI
CHAMPKZOSrtiP PiAICA ITS /
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( 1M TAAI C>e«XßJMfcß»r Os OWUfICS
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BL Y AIS RECORD TMRduJ »* \ v \
VM jELEv/E ME MA-f SORfASS THAT
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Remits
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Greensboro 7; Durham 2.
Others rain.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 4; New York S.
Chicago 4; Boston 3.
Washington 10; St. Louis 6.
Others not scheduled.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 4; New York 3.
Philadelphia 5; Cincinnati 2.
Brooklyn 7; St. Louis 4.
Chricago-Booton rain.
Everyone must have a trade— why xsM
•uke yours PRINTINO. The Println*
industry offer* exceptional wages. In
struction available. Monotype, keyboarc
snd caster, Linotype, Hand composition
tnd Presswork on modern presses. Po»
lull information write the SOUHERf
SCHOOL OK PRINTING at Iftl4-U
«att fit.. NashvUM. Term
Dispatch
WANT ADS
Get Results
WANTED 24 GIRLS AM' v\*-AIE
Monday morning. 9 n « Ap;
Mr. Scrcy. Cential Ho:< i < .dr E.
A SECRETARIAL COURSE AT TKt
Henderson Business Schu<.
help you meet your country* it*
problems. Tall term beur.: s*,-
tember 12. • '•*
FOR SALE—BIRD DOG t Hoi
beat stock in Orange County V f
sell cne.jp. See O. C Jones Lr
patch office.
FOR RENT-FIVE ROOM HlNd.v
low W.;h heat. $2.» pel non'.'- 4 -
pt*r month if paid in a.lvan<> A
five room bungalow Y
month. Phone 443. -'■*
FOR RENT FOUR ROOM Ou
tage cn half acre lot <-f tixto-
Road, all modern ci>n»eu.>-n«s
Rent sl2 50 per month l'atTieu-
Carter Phone 547. ■
FOR SALE ONE USER •’*-
range $lO 00 used Univ-t ai K.k - :
range, $35.00, also one four bu:r.<t
Oriole gas range with double ovt:
In pei-fect condition. £25 < n > 1 br
er son Furniture Co. '
FOR RENT- MODERN FIVE
bungalow, good cond.ti.in. t
and Peachtree Sts ; n r,*- i ■* , -'—
room collages, Southail Stir** v
room bungalow, Gary St ;■ ’t x
cottage, two garages, Zen*- Sue*
Nice five room house lury • : ' 3r "
Nicholas Street. 3 and 4 r«-..nt *•’
parade apartments Breck* nt .d**
Street. Rent reasonable R
Mustian. Hwnp 341-W. 2-*-*
GROCERY STORES. FISH LEA--
era and markets save on your wtsf
ping paper. Use old newspaper*"
Get a big bundle at the I>a»;y
patch office fo* Ibc. -’l-d
FOR SALE—TOY TERRIERS Sl>-
weeks old. Gilbert ON- • i
THREE GALLON STONE CROf’K*
at 25c each. O’Neil's. EveiyT.*;
in Hardware. 3‘> 1’
FOR RENT-MODERN APART’
roents in the Stonewall. 215 V A.*.
Avenue. Prices attradive K;M
second floor. St«*»m heated E; -
G. Flabnagan. Phone 535 ‘ I J
A COURSE AT THE HENPER'O'"
Business School will help you 1 > a*
SURE of yourself and FI RE
\ Oct future. Fall teu* ' f ‘ >
September 12. * *
TREMENDOUS REDUCTIuN”
shoes. Closing out fire -a ’ '
Don’t forget we are still d" * ?
pert shoe repairing. Bost-n > '
Store. Next to HenderMin * ’
Kitchen. 2 *'‘
THE DAILY DISPATCH 15V |W
sale at The Smoke Shop.
Case, Hendereon Candy K ’f" 6 '
Wortman’e Pharmacy. Wigr-n*
•tore, Agency. You m*> - *^ c "‘
ft copy from any of <*>«*•
at the regular price of sc.
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