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BUIE 6RIDOERS IQ REPORT LABOR MY Blue Devils Face Ten- Game Schedule; Eight Conference Tilts Durham Auk 1 Facing a ten gair.e schr-ihjle lh*t shows no let-up from thr opening to the final contest, Dukes 1882 grid warriors will report to Wallace Wade on Lobor Day for i!ht:r fust fail practice. The.r second season under the for mer Alabama mentor, the Blue Devlh are carded to ntte’ e-igtvt southerr conference foes this fall, the Larges' nun ber ever scheduled to be played in one seaso n since Duke became i member of the southern loop. Opening with Dandron here Sep ten.b.'r 24. the Duke boys will star early in North Carolinas Big Flv> t tie war and on the following week end will enter conference play t meeting the V. M. I. Cadets at Lex ington. Va. Duke's two new opponents. Auburn •nd Maryland, wall be faced on suc cessive Saturdays, the Devils gain to Birmingham, October 8, to mee the Plainsmen, and then r**tumin; to Durham to play the Old Linen October 15. which ha* been named a alumni Home-Coming Day. There is one Friday game on th Devils' card. Wake Fcresrt, here. Oc robber 21 The tilt with the Deacon; was changed to Fr day by arrange ment with Carolina, who. in turn shifted their conte.-c w.th Florida tc Friday. November 4. to give the Devil* the Saturday date for the Kentuckj game. Proepects at this tf.me point to a ligb tbut fast team with the outlook a little brighter than it was befori the 1931 season. The Blue Devil* ot 1832 will be one of the lightest team; in the conference with not a man on the eleven weighing over 190 and a bockfiekl that, no matte- which com bination used, will hardly average 160 pound*. The schedule: Sep*. 24- Davidson In Durham. Oct. 1 V. M. I. at LexingTori. Va. Oct. 8-—Aububjn at Birmingham. Oct 15—Maryland in Durham (Bome-Comtng Da^i Oct. 21—W’ake Forest in DiErham. Oct 29-- Tennessee in Knoxville. Nov. 5- Kentucky i n Durham. Nov. 12- N. C State in Raleigh. Nov. 19- U. of Noi"th Carolina at Chapel Hill. Nov. 26- Washington and Lee In Durham. BABE RUTH NEARLY WINS GAME ALONE Brings Yankees From Be hind and Incidentally Gets 30th Homer Detroit. August 1 (API - Babe Ruth almost won a ball game by himself yesterday. He hit his 30th home run of the s* tson with two on In the sixth and batted in two more runs with singles as the New York Yankees come frome behind to defeat the Tig ers. 12 to 8. The Bengal* hopped on Herb Pen nock for an 8 to 2 lead before he gave way to Well* in the third, but were? vnab4e to scoTe again. Buck Marrow George Uhle and Tommy Bridge rs •were ineffective for Detroit, the lat ter yielding the tying run on two wild pitches. Phillips also hit a home for the Yankees. S[STER Poor Dad! By LES FORGRAVE J fi! SsS£^^wf&^^S #, | [^‘l JJ^ c * ie^' 8 ' u 'r- M vjh<=k) i ufi.PT! it "tv»e cutuocaeKj vslvxk vx Oi mi and ip rr oairriioo ' Y OSM£ ° gifs COOLOKJ’T %-WvtjE GOTTCM \ <wu, v Qim eviPD \ Camc * JKfl WgYUKW ~ OR!FX(fs}O OOATT UPSTREAM <X jr^l w« R > JM ” «T* —A»» THE GUMPS —AN OLD ACQUAINTANCE ,«r ,’ ,c dpr i« MOT a a t llii MR.'%Coo6fs w C £2Sf *** WA * **** j I WXV6 QOAAe TO *SK A. « WNSHR*Yr*S %COO<ic K &lf 0 ‘ WM SMe IS EMBARRASSED- \°* |T°rC TMA.T*' **” w,^'r T H V he * P" r V Sr ** w** »ulil YOWNSRUD TRAfcE T- J HOW SHALL SHE •! I *** SO HA.WUY MA**»6* SB ANb SfcE HBiMffl I - - RAINED OUT GAME WILL BE PIAYED Post Office and Clements Motor Teams To Clash At League Park Today at League Park, the Post Of fice plays Olemewts Motor Company x> make up a game that was rained ->u» lost W.-d-nesday, the day originally scheduled, as the third week of the 3fcy League gets under way for the *eoond half. So far, the League has jeen getting better and better with :be hitters getting their eyes on the bail and making it hard for the pdteh *rs on all the team*. The first half winners. M. P. Ba •aeas, have lotrt both of their games ilayed in this second half and are at ohe bottom of the league standing adder. They changed managers las: Saturday, making Baity thedr leader. Thl* Week's Games Tomorrow Clements plays Wiggins. A’edneeday finds the M. P, Baracas nd the Kiwa-nis battling, the M. E. Caracas play the Lion* on Thursday irid the Posit Office-Wall Street game vill close the week's play on Friday [Stei^n^sl CITY LEAGUE Club W L Pet Ciwanis 2 0 1000 Elements i o 1000 l o 1000 Viggins i i 500 J. E. Baraoae 1 l .500 J o*t Office 0 1 .000 Vail Street 0 1 .000 VI. P. Baraoae 0 2 .000 PIEDMONT LEAGUE Chib W. n Pet Iharloftte 20 7 . 741 Greensboro 18 10 .643 Raleigh 13 15 .464 Wilmington 12 14 .462 Durham ll 16 .407 •Vin at on Salem 10 17 .390 AMERICAN LEAGUE fcb: W. L. Prt Vew York 68 33 . 673 -"hiladelphia 61 42 .592 Cleveland 58 42 . 580 Washington 56 45 .554 Detroit 51 46 .526 * Louis 46 54 . 460 Chicago 33 64 . 340 Boston 26 73 .263 NATIONAL LEAGUE Club W. L. Pet Pittsburgh 59 40 .596 Chicago 53 45 . 541 Philadelphia 53 50 . 515 Boeton 51 49 .510 Brooklyn i SO *52 .490 St. Ixaiis 47 52 .475 New York 45 53 .459 Cincinnati 44 61 .419 [Reg^lfe] PIEDMONT LEAGUE Wilmington 2; Raleigh 1. Winaton Salem 16; Charlotte 0. Greensboro 3; Durham 1. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 6-4; Brooklyn 3-5. CinrTnnatt 3-4; New York 4-6. St. Louis 7-2; Boston 0-7. | Others not scheduled. 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE | Pbiladetphte 1; Cleveland 0. Washington 8; Chicago 5. J Boston 2-3; St. Louis 13-7. * New York 12; Detroit 8. HENDERSON, (N.C.,) DAILY DISPATCH MONDAY,, AUGUST 1, 19321 OPENING OF TENTH OLY MPAID The Olympic team* of Greece, Ar- j gentlne and Australia are mpTChiing j past the tribunal, each carrying the J. H.Brodie Takes Honors In Club Golf Tournament Win* Annual Championship From Lee Averette In Final 36.H01e Match Last Saturday, While Second Flight Is Taken By C. M. Booth, Os Oxford J. H. Brodie, defending champion of the West End Country Club, won j over Lee Averette, runner-up, in the i final 36-hole match of the annual golf tournament for the members of the West End Country Club, on the local course Saturday. 1 In the second flight C. M. Booth of Oxford won over E. F. Shaw, run- i ner-up and Pittman Davis took third ! flight honors from William Webb, of j Oxford. In consolation play. O. T. Kirkland i won over C. O. Seifert with the 18 hole match going two extra holes in the first flight while Sam Watkins was winning from D. J. Cooper 1 up in an extra hole mutch for consolation , honors in the second flight. The Piedmont ’ Parade —» (Saturday’s Games) Caps Lose Twice The Wilmington Sailors took boih j games of a double header alt tlhe j seaport from the Raleigh Caps on Sat- , urday .taking the first by an 8 to 6 ' count and came back in the nightcap io win 4 to 1. Bees Take Two The League Leading Charlotte Bees took both ends of a twin bill from the Winston Salem Twins on Saturday ndgibt in Charlotte. Jim Lyle pitch ed the Bees to a 7 to 2 victory. Bill Kermode came into the nightcap and allowed the Twins only one hit in Ihe seven inning game and the Bees won 1-0. Pats Whip Bulls Bill Averette pitched the Greens boro Patriots to an 8 to 4 victory over I the Bulls with three safeties and 1 ! flag of He respective nation as they i led the grand march that opened the tenth Olympic in Los Angeles. Vice Brodie's victory in the first flight | on Saturday gives him three club i championships in a row and complete possession of the cup that is awarded each year to the winner. | C. M. Booth of Oxford, gets the i cup in the second flight honors that was won last year by A. J. Watkins | and the year before by H. B. Cooper, ! of Oxford. | Pittman Davis gets the prize in ! third flight while William Webb, run- I ner-up, was awarded coisolation for 1 third flight. The matches, on the whole were ■ hard fought and muc hinterest was , shown by the golfers. In the final ! maches there wa3 a gallery following . the finalists around the course. j Whitehead got three safeties for the ! Pats to lead. (Sunday Games) j AH teams wese scheduled for games i yesterday, making it the first time 1 that all teams were playing on Sun | day at one time. Over 4,000 people i saw the Sunday games. Bulls Lose To Pat* 1 After holding the Greensboro Pat riots scoreless for eight innings, the ! Bulls let them got loose in tlhe ninth inning yesterday in Durham and score 3 runs to win 3 to 1. The Bulls threatened often but Klelnhaue bore down and the Bulli could not produce the necessary punch to put over the runners. ! Twins Rout Bees j-Tcsentlng a revamped lineup the Wlinston SaiJem Twins routed the Lea gue leading Charlotte Bees yesterday in Charlotte by winning 16 to 0, Shaney started the game and was , shelled for six successive hits and re ! tired in flavor of Dizenzo wtho had a I tough time for the rest of the game. [ president Curtis in the* dfcand was one of the many notable* who reviewed the 2,000 Olympic athletes. Ledber, Twin left fielder hit two hom ers. Sailors Nose Out Capa The Wilmington Sailors nosed out ■he Raleigh Cape yesterday 2 to 1 behind good pitching of Harry Burn*. He allowed only three hits and had the Cape blanked until a error in the i ninth paved the way for their lone tally. Ledber, Twin left fielder hit two hom ers. iToda^G^mes] '* I 4 f mi CITY LEAGUE Post Office va. Clements. (Tomorrow) Wiggine, vs. Clements. PIEDMONT LEAGUE Winston Salem at Greensboro. Charlotte at Wilmington. Durham at Raleigh. 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 at Brooklyn. St. Louis at Boston. FRANCE Mis DAVIS CUP WINNER For Sixth Consecutive Time United States Is De. seated In Paris Paris, Aug. 1. — (‘AP) —France won the prized Davjs Cup yesterday for sixth consecutive time, defeating the United States by a final score of three matches to two In the challenge round, and the country rang last night with acclaim for Jean Boratra, the 34—year-old "Bounding Basque,” who made the victory poehsible. Borotra, drafted for defense of the cup after he had pleaded advancing years and asked to be retired from Davis Cup competition, sealed tbe tricolor’s triumph by defeating Wii mar AlHaon. 1-6, 34. 6-4. 6-2. 7-6, in the Mrst of today's final singles mat- Twstve thousand spectators saw the vateisos, apparently beaten in the final sot, rally magnificently to win over the rangy Texan. The cup hung by a thread when Allison led 5-3 in games in the deciding set and was 40-love on Ms own service. Sta times the American had match point, hut six time* - iJjrotra, with flar.iiaf; spirit. brought off shots that ave th: r.:atch and in the end saved .. ..o ay ior France. MIDDIEKTAKES DOUBLE HEADERSAT. Win Ovar Aycock 4To 3 And Over Greystonc By Score 5 To 4 Middt burg took a double-header last Saturday on their home lot win ning the first from Aycock 4 to 3 and the second from Greystone, 5 to 4. Both games were regular pitcher’s battles with the Middleburg 1 team get ting six hits to Aycock’s five in the first game and in the nightcap Mid dleburg touched Bowen, Greystone ace. for nine hits while Woodall, Mid dleburg rookie, was holding the hard hitting team to five safe hits. Score by innings, first game. Aycock 002 001 000 — 3 5 4 Middleburg 201 100 OOx—4 6 4 Batteries Aycock. Hoyle and Ed wards; Middleburg: Ellington, Wood all and Jackson. Second game: Greystone 010 210 00 Middleburg 000 050 Ox Batteries: Greystone: Bowen and Rose; Middleburg Woodall and Jack son. ECORD CROWD AT CLEVELAND GAME Athletics Beat Home Team Before Audience Os More Than 80,000 Cleveland, Aug. 1 (AP)—The larg est crowd ever to witness a major lea gue baseball game turned out yester day to see the Cleveland Indians debut in the Municipal Stadium and watch the Tribbe lose a thrilling 1 to 0 game to Philadelphia. The official attendance was an nounced as 80,284, of which 76.979 were cash customers —a scant handful more than the previous record set in New York September 8, 1928 when 80.043 sow the same Athletics battle the Yankees in a double header. Robert Moees Grove, the Athletics’ ace southpaw, was in rare form and held the Indians to four scattered hits to win h4s sixteenth game of the sea son. Mel Hander, the Indians’ young Plgtht-foander, was almost equally stingy with hits and kept the A’i harmless except in the eighth inning. Bishop drew one of Harder’s two passes to start the eighth, went to second of Haas’ sacrifice and scored the lone rub of the game on Coch rane's single. The gamewas the first in the Mun icipal Stadium after a 41-year stand at League Park. THE DAILY DISPATCH IS NOW ON sale at The Smoke Shop. Jefferson Case, Henderson Candy Kitchen, Wortrrmn’s Pliarmacy, Wiggins Drug Store, Agency. You may secure a copy from any of these place* at the regular price of se. 29-ts NEW RECORDS AI OLYMPIC GAMES United States Team Unofh dally Takes Lead On First Day Olympic Stadium. Los At.:: . !■—(AP)- Five new Alympu 'V were established yesterday ~, ! of the track and field event- 0 /' n tenth, Olympiad. ‘ r ‘* The United States team uunff ally took the lead by scoring > Germany was second with If, p. t . The American score included ?w<> j r . places. ‘ ■’ The final events yesterday men’s high jump, the lO.Ouo n le ’ ri , the men’s shot put and the javelin throw. ‘ ' ! Mildred ( Label Diutiason Texas girl, set one recotd in hei t.,'.. effort in the javelin thiow. Si„. „ a heave of 143 feet 4 u,ch«- the world mark of 132 feei 7 » _ t _ held by E. Braumuller of It was a ‘'first" record for ihe u pics, as the women’s javelm never before been a part of ternational games. The other records w< ie made i th.- following: Eddie Tolan, Detroit N*-gi<, won a semi-final heat of the metres in the new time <.f p. j -fr* old mark was 106. and wa- five men. Wife Preserv r ers gjffe You can label your )>ll> 21«.-ti with paper lalsTs, or write s -i.t ct the glass with specially-m.> cils, which may be b0..-i.t -t m stationers. Dispatch WANT ADS ; Get Results ' WANTED—UNFURNISHED hOoIT Apply "Room’' Care | FOR SALE—FORDSON 1 KACToh one wood saw, bell and pu.-j double disc, 1 new ground pkv i aide breaker plow and 1 Mar.n a - M. W. Cogh.li. 3 FOR RENT FOUR ROOM COT tage cn half so lot of 'nv.i Road, all modern eonveim• Rent $12.50 px.r month. l*at'.<.- • Carter Phone 547. -7 1 FOR SALE ONE USED oAs range $lO 00 used Universal Ek’:. range, $35 00. also one fuitr i. - Oriole gas range with doub •- u-rr. ( In perfect condition. $25 ii-n --erson Furniture Co. 213‘. NOTICE OF SALE _ TO SATIMY This is notice that the undti-.gj*. 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