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[MS MACON NINE , a j Overcome* Big Anti Win* 7 to 6 ll to 8. the O'NeJ , ,t . ut hits in the pln •,* League Park and 7 u> 6 in a hard .i .nto an early lead . »;« to a* the end mi.- bat the locale ral i! me i uns in the re .r.n.r.S' while holding - . ee to vmi. ,d Htr*for the Slug : ::h and kieis credit for : <r.d B Overby led the , k for 'he visitors with i u.n S. Boyd and :ie b."t for the locals. » > .- ) tct.cs. M Ab R H E : .4130 4 1 10 '4O 0 1 K . 4012 r\. •- ... 4 0 1 ( ', : .: 4 1 3 ) - ... 30 6 11 Hf!nier»* ,n Ab R H F ;r a: 5 1 2 ( - F \ b 4 0 0 ( > 4 2 1. 40 0 ( rk. 4 o i c ... 4 0 1 I 3 11. ; _ 10 0( - . ... 36 7 8 : c • in 9th. - .... 008 030 000—6 a. 100 102 021—4 * d 8 in 4 innings; 8. i 3 r. f >.vher Boyd. KOCUBSIw iB DODGERS 4 TO 2 Hjrneke Weakened In the Eighth, Receive* Second Defeat of Serie* F * . Auk 3 APl—The Dodg t :• a-’ 1 ‘T.me Warneke hrk ■< • t 'he series and his " 1 'he series and flft - • i v—>rday. rallying for he eighth inning t 4 to 2. War - •' n In Barnes. ■ r - < • ‘he way in a duel ■•"■•it- ar.d Freddy Hea t ‘.-d the score on Elan • ib.- .'■trippa sacrifice and iluk Wilson then hH k ' ’ “ r ic.nello was given a nv Frederick drove In - r. -.v.th a pinch double. <ITV LEAGUE. ‘ * 7 W.ill Street 7. PIEDMONT LEAGUE ; jt. ♦; Hai-igh 4. xr -’ ' 1. Charlotte 0. h ’•> 1" Winston Salem 4. national league ■' tw '* * 3 Cincinnati 2. *' r. l Chicago 2. * Louis 3. *• i 11; Pittsburgh 6. AMERICAN LEAGUE ‘ - r r. } Chicago 1. ' ’ . tv „ -I *■ *> Boston 4. c ay*-d. , I special sale ! I —OF HUNpREOS OF— / I I Shirts —Ties —Pajamas I ' 'I l>v us at a manufacturer* outlet sale at prices 'l' U's us to pass a tremendous savings to you. I $2 00 shirts at $1.35 or 3 for $4.00 ■ w "hirts slightly second* at each SI.OO H 6CO *I.OO values, 55c or 2 for $1 00 ■ 300 suit* of pajamas $2.50 and $4.00 value* H at $1 50 and sl.9s ■ • • range of size* and patterns. Come early and • ; "ui selection*. I Geo. A. Rose & Sons Co. I I Henderson, N. 0. m succ^ s WASAjaIGTo*! s^Utbes Olympic Stars Run Wild In Championship Dashes Olympic Stadium. Los Angeles. Aug. j i »AP) —Under another beaming Cat- | fornia sun. the world’s greatest col lation of track and field talent ran ! vild yesterday in tile Olympic charn *ionahlps. A record battering jubilee was sea- 1 ured by the 800 meter -triumph of j Tom Hampson, British ached teacher i n tihe world record time of 1:49.8 and limaxed by four successive record j aces in the 200 meter quarter finals. I Eddie Tolan and Ralph Metcalfe. ;he twin American Negro thunderbolts ' who ran 1-2 i-n the sensational 100 ' meter final yesterday, came back with j i combined rosh to lower the "200 meter Olympic mark to 21.5 seconds. No sooner had a crowd of 45,000 fin abed cheering these sprint attars, how- . “vor than Carlos Luti, Argentine, and \rthur Jonath of Germany came along :o cover the same route in 21.4 sec- i jnds each in the remaining heats, to finish the wreckage of an Olympic record that bad stood since 1904. I This fresh outburst of speed fore cast further demolition of the record n the semi-finals and final of the 20* j peters tomorrow, witth the conser favoring Tolan and Metcalfe to wage the mo in fight. Hampson’s thrilling victory in the 100 for Great Britain's first Olympic j riumph, however, was the day’s big gest moment. Hampson. 24 years old, was the fav- I orite, regarded as the class of a strong field, but he needed every ounce of sprinting energy he could muster to : come from behind and beat Alex Wilson, slim Canadian, by a foot. ' The crowd was on it's feet roaring ■ as Wilson, then Hampson came around the last turn with a rush to challenge j and pass Phil Edwards, Canadian Ne gro, who set the pacto from the gun. j Wilson bung on gallantly but did not j quite have the kick to match Hamp- 1 son’s perfectly timed spurt as the close although he too, was docked in bet- i ter than world record time. The American trio, Eddie Genung. I Ned Turner and Charles Homtoortel, finished fourith, fifth and sixth, to help boost the American points to tal further out of sight, but they were never very much in the run ning. Genung ran second mtoet of hhe way, bust had nothing to match the da xa ling finish drive of Hampson and Wilson. ’ ’ * m ' Meanwhile the feminine contingent, which has maintained an unbroken HENDERSON, (N.C.,) DAILY record-breuking pace, suipassed two mure world records and George Sating, lowa hurdler, equalled the world&s record by racing ovtr tile 110 meter high sticks in 14.4 second® in the semi-finals. The feminine stars have shattered three world records while the men have broken one and equalled three other world marks. The only events so far in which no records hawe fallen are the hammer throw, broad jump and high jump. The Piedmont — Tars Blank ometa The Wilmington Tars ran their win ning streak to six games laat night in the seaport town as they were blank ing the league leading Charlotte Bees 4 to 0. Dick Loftus, big right handed pitch er of the Tars, scattered six hits and was in trouble only once during the contest. Galvin and Perry hit hom ers off Shaney. Pats Rout Twins Eleven Bait riots hits coupled with six errors last nlghtt in Greensboro gavve the FkSs 10 runs while Sams scattered 13 hits of the invaders al lowing only four runs. The twins were helpless in the pinches. Bulla Win Over Capa Durham Bulls ra.pp<-d out 14 hits off Rives Taylor, Gap hurler last, night in Raleigh while Monroe Mitchell was scattering very well the Caps nine Tom Wolfe led the hitting for safeties. Bulls wrHh three hits out of four tr. to the pUate. This win gives the Bulla i clean sweep of the series with tlhe Capa. Why Athletes Degenerate When Training Days End * < By LOGAN CLENDENING, M. O. HOW MANY football or baseball stars of other days have you watched enter tbe fateful period of middle age? How many of them have kept In good physical condition? How many do you look at,; shake yt>ur head, and say. “Gee I that fellow was a perfect specimen 3nce"f With the emphasis on the ’Vnce". It is much more difficult for the athlete to keep himself In condition than It Is for the ordi nary young man who bu not de- Dr. Cl*Dd6*tnt veloped any ;'es pecial prpweSa. It &PP®W:t to be a rule of nature that if * cell or a ( group Os cells, especially a group of muscle cells, ha* been trained to a fine hair point, they become flabby and lose their edge a good deal faster than cells and muscles which have been called upon to do only ordinary work. The heart Is a fnyacje. Jn an ath lete. especially one whose specialty calls for endurance, such aa distance runners or football players, tbe heart develops like all other body muscle* It acquires an enormous reserve ra pacity. When tbe day* of exercise and training are over, when the ath * lete gets an Indoor Job and -alt* around all day, tbat reserve capacity rapidly tlUnlnia*"— Tbe heart mu WKGtKS COWBOYS BEAT m m Six Run Rally I n Fourtk Gives Defeat To Cle ment* Team, 10 to 7 A six run rally in the fourth in ning gave the Wiggins Cowboys a 10 to 7 win over the Clements Motor nine yesterday at L«eague Park. Every man on the Cowboy nine came to bat hi this frame. Clements opened things in a big way in the first inning by rapping out six hits and getting one walk to score four runs. Wiggins Ab E H E Pclston lb 3 o 0 0 Evans '. 3 0 0 0 Biogglns s 3 3 3 0 Goodwyn 3b 3 0 1 0 Church 2b ..3 11 0 Vaughan cf 2 11 0 Moore p 3 j 0 0 Wa/ kins se 3 110 Ellington rs 2 0 0 0 T'otal 24 10 9 0 Clements Ab R H E Steed 2b 4 1 j q Myers c 2 0 0 0 L. Coghill lb 3 2 1 0 Rainey of .. 3 j 2 0 M Coghill se 3 1 1 0 Jones rs 2 1 2 0 Evans 3b 0 1 0 flight, If 2 11 0 Finch if 1 0 0 0 Floyd p 2 0 1 0 Totals 25 7 10 0 Score by Innings r Wiggins 202 60—10 Clement* 402 01— 7 BRAVESRALLYAND DOWN BIRDS 4 TO 3 Dizzy Dean Allows Flurry In Ninth . And Boston Wins Last of Series Boston. Aug. 5 fAP)— The Boston Braves rallied in the ninth inning yerterday to defeat the St. Louis Cardinals, 4 to 3 in the last of the five game series. A double by Wally Berger. Fred Learh s single and Wes Srhulmerleh’s fly. all made off "Dibby - Dean, put over the winning tally. “Socks” Seibold held the Cards scoreless until the eighth when three runs were pushed over on Jim Col lins' single a pass to Jim Wilson, a two bagger by the pinch-h4W ing Jake Flowers and two long flies. Ben Cantwell relieved Seibol ddurlng this flurr yand received credit for the vic tory. Today^lmes CITY LEAGUE M. P. Baracas Vs. Kiwanis. (Tomorrow) Lions, vs. M E. Barvea. PIEDMONT LEAGUE Raleigh at Winston Salem. Greensboro at Charlotte. Wilmington at Durham. AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia at St. Louis. New York at Chicago. Washington at Detroit. Boston ait Cleveland. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago at Philadelphia. St. Louis at New York. Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. Cinch)nati at Boston. clea which iyere once so lean, tend to be replaced with fat. The other cells of tbe body go through tbe same process. Fat ac cumulates vary rapidly in such a body. £o In tbe course of time we have the anomaly of a heart whose reserve la getUng lower and lower, while tbe body through which it Saa ' to pump blood Is becoming larger and ’ larger. The experience la only too common of such a man being exposed to an Infection, such as pneumonia, and crumbling within a day or two like a magnificent ruin. Equally common Is tbe spectacle of an old chronic Infection, such as tuberculosis, lighting up In such a body and consuming it like a prairie fire in dry grass. An example to that noble and fins spirited athlete of mg younger days, Christy Matbewaon. . The lesson is obvious for the ath lete. Keep up regular training 1 so-* Its. Don’t over-eat, over-sleep, over slt, over-smoke or over-drink. I do not advocate strenuous exercise foe everyone, but certainly whet tfa* body Is accustomed’to should be con tinued. I know s former college ath lete now practicing' medicine who even at 50 keeps up hia 'dally stint of half a mile run. EDITOR’S NOTE: Six pamptyleta by Dr. Clendening can now. b* ob tained by sending W CSgta in coin, fqr each, gnd a ralfjaiodgpised envelope stamped with V thjwe-cent stamp, to Qt. Logan clendening. in car* of this paper, or Central Pres* Asso ciation. H3* East Twelfth street, Cleveland, (A The pamphlets are: “Indigestion And Constipation.'* “Re ducing and Gaining." “Infant Feed ing." "Instructions for thg Treatment <rf Diabetes," “Feminine AygtefteF and "The Care of the-Kg* m« Sbaijr \ DISPATCH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31932 Truly Like a Swan * • . - > T i ~^ ; y; \W • ppi ■ Le ' * ' '-k,w' ' r The poetry of motion is truly exem plified by Dorothy Poynton who is seen above gracefully executing a swan dive in the Olympic pool at Los Angeles. Miss Poynton, eight een-year-old Los Angeles girl, won firßt place in the diving contests for her place on the American Olympic team. This is her second Olympic meet, she having been the “baby" ll the American team at Amsterdam four years ago. Staigh^ CITY LEAGUE c,ul » W L Pci K1 wan is 2 0 1000 Llons 1 0 1000 Clements 2 1 667 w^»in * 1 : 66 7 M. E. Baracas 1 j 50Q Wall Street 0 l 000 Post Office 0 2 . 000 M. P. Baracae 0 2 .000 PIEDMONT LEAGUE aub W. L. Pci. Charlotte 20 9 . 690 Greensboro 20 10 . 667 WdJmington 14 14 500 Ehu'bwn 13 16 .448 Rale *Fh 13 17 433 Winston Salem 10 19 .345 AMERICAN LEAGUE * ** b: W. L. P-* New York 69 33 .676 Philadelphia 62 42 .596 Cleveland 58 43 .574 Washington 56 45 . 554 Detroit 51 47 5 20 St. Louis 46 54 . 460 Chicago 33 64 . 340 Boston 26 73 .263 NATIONAL LEAGUE Clnb W, L. Pot Pltteburgh 59 ’4l .590 Chicago 53 45 54! Philadelphia 54 50 . 519 Soston 51 50 Brooklyn 50 52 ~ .490 St. Louis 48 62 .480 New York 45 53 .459 Cincinnati 44 61 .419 YOUNG SOUTHPAW LOSES HIS FIRST Chicago, Aug. 3 (AP)—Errors of his mates oc®t Young Bill Chamberlain his first atari for the Chicago White Sox yesterday against Washington The score was 4 to 1 wif'h (he young southpaw yielding only four hits in the eighth inumga. .Net a r•» was ?cox d on him that was not helped along by poor def^ni 1 *-* piay. Alvin Ciowchr allowed six hits Jiie victory giv< the Senators two out of three in Uie series. Arthur A. Ballantine of New York, Undersecretary of the Treasury, Übrn *t Obertin, Ohio, 49 years ago. BARGAIN COACH FARE HENDERSON TO Portsmouth and Return $1.50 PATES OF SALE AUGUST SEPT. FOR. ALL. TRAINS ... * 3 5 12 19 26 2 23 t 6 18 20 27 3 24 _ MORNING TRAINS . % , 7 14 21 2S 4 25 Richmond and Return $1.50 AUGUST SEPT. 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Cocnoroeky hammered two of the Pirates' homers and Paul Wane* de livered the other. By au-etching their winning streak to five straight games, the Phils cut STATEMENT EAGLE INDEMNITY INSURANCE CO. New York City Condition December 31.. 1931 As Shown By Statement Filed Amount of Capital paid up in cash SI,OOO 000 90 Amoun* of Ledger Assets Decemfof r 31at of previous year $6,971.81563 Increase of Capital during year # 6.971,815 63 Income—(From Policyholders $3,537,030.00; Miscellaneous $874.241 23; Total 4,411.271.23 Disbursements —To policyholders, $2,070,406.38; Miscellaneous $1,779,63100; Total 3 850,037 38 ASSETS Value of Bonds and Stock $5.909 831 99 Gash in Company's Office 21354 40 Deposits in Trust Companies end Banks on interest 557 587 47 Premiums in Course of Collection 822.492 82 Interest, and Rents due end accrued 56.432 49 Bills Receivable 6.176 33 All other assets, as detailed in hUttesnent 215 606 42 Total $7 589 481 97 Less Assets not admitted 515.309 20 Total admired Assets $7.074 172 77 LIABILITIES Unpaid Claims * $2.625 808 00 Expense, Investigation, and Adjustment of Claims 60.500 00 Unearned Premiums 1.651473 75 C<-nryr.il£3ion, Brokerage, and other charges due 167.635 41 Salaries, Rents, Expenses, Bills, Accounts, Fees etc due or accrued 10.000 00 Estimated amount of Federal, State, county and municipal taxes 75,000.00 All ether Liabilities, as detailed In sffatomen.T, 962.411.46 Total amount of all Liabilities excapt Capital 5 552,828 62 Capital paid up • • $1.00u,000 00 Surplus over all Liabilities 521.344 15 Surplus as regards Policyholders 1 521.344 IS Total LiabfHGes $7 074.172.77 P-at- — In North Carotin* During 1931 Premiums Losses Premiums Lose— Received Paid Received Paid Accident $251 Burglary and theft $ 67 Health 326 Steam boiler 28 Auto Liability 278 SJ,bOO Auto property dam- Liability other than og© 3® ♦ l l * auto 207 “ Workmen's Com pen- Totals $1,783 $2.63. sat ion 447 1,128 Fidelity * • 63 222 Surety —27 —324 Plate glass 5 —Min. President F J. O'Neil; Secretary Richard F. Gibson. Home Office 150 William St.. New York City. Attorney for Service: DANC. BONEY, Insurance Commissioner Raleigh. N. C Manager for North Carolina Home Os Ace. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT Raleigh, March 24tb., 1932 I, PAN C. BONEY, Insurance Commissioner, do hereby certify that the above is a true and correct abstract of the statement of Tbe Eagle Indemnity Company, of New York Oily filed with this Department v showing the condi tion of sold Company, on the SUM day of Decemmber. 1931. Witness my hand and ofiftctal seal, the day and date above written. DAN C. BONEY, Insurance Commissioner. PAGE SEVEN the Pittsburgh lead ov< « them to *-ix gmnee with the Chicago Cubs inter vening. Hurst who was hit by a pitched BiH in Monday’s game, is expected back with the PhUs In a day or two. H.a condition is said to be good. Rogers Hornsby Is Released As Head Os Chicago Cubs I hlladelphia, 'i?j . Aug 3—William Vveck, presides of the Onii-ago fVos laef night announced that Rogers Hornsby' was released as manage of the Cuba "fbr the beat interest of tha team." Simultaneously with the announce ment of Hornsby's release as manag er and player, Veeek announced that Charley Grimm, veteran first bisa man. had been appointed manager of the team. Veeck’s announcement waa tanta mount to the release of Horneby who was appointed manager of the Cubs late In 1930, succeeding Joe McCar.hy, woo later became manager of the N« wYork Yankees.