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I |K WINNING STREAK
I g , ng of Ruth, Bto 3
\.c l* AP> -The New
v * ,i winning slieak
£. ( j,>tetaa>. their best
*“ t _p. 4t : of the seasou as
l.x<- a b<»weti to George
■' ‘ * ". • .mil the clouting of
■ r ‘* ' :.1 3
! - ' a bad s’ art. allowed
; __ -uiis ill the first four
' t . ;t . he settled down to win |
V ~.: :\ of the year in r*y
' *’ n Ot.o Bill Rogell. of all the I
Hr ... • ; o i espoiid to Pipgras’j
gill • •;.■* one m.in was not ,
■ J > mm
r . r„i a perfect day at hat.
Hl' ‘ of the n.ne h.'s off Pip
■ •' .i hi me run and a
fI“V. .. . ui.t for :«o of the three
M ' i.d Lou O.hiot led the Yan
zg£ , _.k on Vie So. nil. who al
of t . la ; eoe\ e.l by l. hie in the
Z% ' t j a ,N- w Yoik scoring be
v.e t'.ri.t'n drove in three runs
® b.-;;ed his 34th home run
' H into the right field'
fifth with no one on.
H jtot• s.-o increased his hitting
If vt.’h a doubl. eand single- In
> \n.ei tit bat
} r.indr-d shell-shocked war
■ -r.jr.- ft ru a larng Island hospital j
HH t stands. Pipgras saw
I bcMbmves
I IN 19 INNING TILTS

|B| I
I Win Over Boston
Thrilling Ganie Played
■ At Wrigley Field

_ Air Ik < AP', —Chicago's |
§■ 'M-> rookn-s defeated the |
jV i - H: ■-3 to 2 ;n an 19-inning \
r> T.ii .-r at Wrigley Field '
. r : j..-'. boosted their lead -n !
m - League pennant race to
j : . ... - over Pittsburgh.
m v.iphful outfielder re-!
K r ' . ..a--i • :;e finishing touch in \
Hi —• by sailing a long fly I
r’t.. M.'n *he bases loaded and ,
H Herman easily with »
■ * r n The game was the
■ r> N itional League season
d.' longest In Wrigley

y : .".1.-, "ookie Cub right-hand
• -. -c. • honors with Demarca. j
H » 1 Burleigh Grimes in the
‘ ng and held the Braves
J ' • a run until he was relieved j
R. r. f-.r a pinch hitter in the
I p-" F’r ankhouse also pltch
: ' '• r- the seventh Inning i
• * ■ >. ! whe n 'he Cubs load- I
blow-up. Herman start
vi*h a single. English |
i itit’hed ball and both
"■ Cuvier's perfect sacri
*-r. . n was purposely pass*
f ' ! 1' dc relieved Frankhouae.
- ' n p-.lished off the game
H * d vp 'o Berger.
Attention Farmers
H *- -»• C-ish Prices Paid For
F'.e.v Broilers and Hens.
Rrinij Them Ik> The
Poultry Exchange
l nder Cooper’s Warehouse
GUY WOODLIEF'S
2-1 South Garnett Street Henderson, N. C.
—Men’s Clothing—
Closing out the Guarantee Clothing Co.,
stock and greatly reduced prices.
PROTECT YOUR HEALTH BY DRINKING
BUCKHORN WATER I
In Sterilized Bottles.
A Mineral Product of Nature
A Light Pleasant Tasting Water
1 las Given Satisfaction for Over 25 Years I
n ‘ \ »n.l anywhere in Henderson, Fresh every Saturday
~ Jf: P er gallon in half gallon bottles and 5 gallon demijohns
Analysed Every Thirty Days. H
<Jrder ihjvet or from Page-Hoeutt Drug Company
B T HICKS, Manager—THOMAS ROYSTER, Salesman I
Bollock, N. 0.
BROOKLYN DODGERS
RIP INTO^PIRATES
Are Now Trading Pittsburgh
By Scant Half A Game
In National League
Pittsburgh. Aug. 18 (AP)—Brook
in'* high-flying Dodfcers i nto
the second-<pl«ce PMMburgih Pirates
; again yeeterday, tham 4 to 1
and cut the m>ntiy that separates
them In he wW National League
race to a scant half a game.
Tied one-all at the end of the sev
enth inning, with Bill Swift ioc*?d in
a tight pitching duel with Lofty Hei
mach. the Dodgers fell upon the
young Buccaneer-right-hander in the
eighth for four hits and three runs,
that sewed up the ballgame and gave
Brooklyn two victories so far In three
games of the series here.
Swift held the Dodgers to four hits
until Heimach singled to start the
eighth inning rally. Danny Taylor
doubled. Strlpp and O'Doul singled
and Hack Wilson’s long fly com
pleted the uprising.
Full of fight, the Pirates tore Into
Kelmach in their half of the eighth
and fUled the bases with two out
but young Van Lingle Mungo reliev
*d the southpaw to fan Pie Tray nor
for the third out and end the Pirate
surge.
SfaSdSin&sl
CITY LKAQUE
dub w »
ns . 3 1 .750
W igff.na 3 j 75Q
Cl * m « nts * 3 2 . 600
Wall Street 2 2 500
M. E. Baracas 1 3 [250
M P. Baracas 1 3 250
Post Office 0 3 !000
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
C,ub W. I* Pd
Charlotte 30 14 682,
Greensboro 27 19 537
Wilmington 22 23 .489
Durham 20 23 . 465
Winston Salem 18 25 .419
R » l * i fth 19 27
NATIONAL, LEAGUE
°" h W. L Pet. I
Chi «»KO 62 50 .554 *
Pittsburgh 61 53 . 535
Brooklyn 63 56 . 529
Philadelphia 59 57 .509
St. Louis 55 57 456
New York 53 60 .469
Cincinnati 51 69 .425
AMEHICAN LEAGUE
W. L. p-4
New York 79 35 . 698
Philadelphia ...! 70 47 . 598
Cleveland 68 47 . 591
Washington 63 51 .553
Detroit 58 54 . 518
St. Louis 53 61 461
Chicago 36 75 .324
Boston 29 86 . 252
Remits
CITY LEauUcl
M P. Baracas 8; Clements 1.
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Raleigh 6; Charlotte 3.
Greensboro 7; Wilmington 4.
Winston Salem-Durham, postponed.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brooklyn 4; Pittsburgh 1.
Chicago 3; Boat on 2.
New York 8; Cincinnati 0.
Philadelphia-St. Louis, rain.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Washington 4; Chicago 2.
Boston 7. St. Louis 3.
New York 8; Detroit 3.
Philadelphia. 11; Cleveland 0.
gg?gggoN, (N.C.,) DAILY DISPATCH THURSDAY, AUGUST 184932 '
the Old Raccoon Coat!
tbat 'Klng Football la waking from hla 8o»m«,
(left) of San 4 Parin .*> tore-aacend the sports throne. Robert Oderdonk
ItSof l?U B fe iOl T e^ as ’ ar J d R °y of Camden, U?b
Dick and Peansylvnnia grid aouad, are shown swinging
f Qr a. ? n a Philndelphia street as preliminary hardening exer
for the coming season. The nigakin devotees will report for artWe
training early in September.
M.P. Baracas Hit Winning
Stride To Down Clements
The M. P. Baracas struck their
winning stride yesterday at League
Park and humbled the Clements nine
8 to 1, behind thre hit pitching of
Larkin. This is the first win out of
four starts for the winners of the
first half honors In tihe second half
flag chase of the City League.
Yesterday’s game was a good pit
cher’s battle until the seventh, when
High! bleyr up and allowed the Sun
day s chool team four hits which
coupled with two errors and a stolen
base netted them five runs.
Bill Hight, Baity and H. Hight led
the M. P.’s with two hits each.
Larkin was in trouble in only one
frame, the third, when the Motor nine
scored their only run. Evans open
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BEATTY WILL COACH
VARSITY BOXING
Raleigh, Aug. 18. —Bill Beatty,
freshman boxing coach during the
past winter, will coach *he varsity
boxers at N. C. Sta'e College this
winter, Dr. Ray R. Sermon, athletic
director, announced here today.
Beatty replaces Lieutenant C. H.
Elmos who organized and coached the
varsity team in 1931 and 1932. Lt.
Elmes has been transferred from
State College, where he was an in
structor in Military Training, to the
Hawaiian Islands by the War De
partment.
Beatty gained his boxing knowledge
while a member of the Marine Corps
stationed at Quantico, "Va. Before
joining the Marines he was % student
at State College and a star football
player.
Coach Arrives In
Raleigh From Home
Raleigh, Aug. 18.—Prank Reese,
backfieid coach of the State College
Wolfpack. arrived in Raleigh Tuesday
from his home in Robinson, 111. The
mentor t/as silent as to State’s pos
sibilities on the football field this fall.
However, he seemed to think the Wolf
pack would have a better year than
in 1931 due to the experienced the
varsity men received last year.
48 MEN TO REPORT
FOR WOLFPACK TEAM
Raleigh, Aug. 18.—The 1832 State
College Wolfpack will be built out of
the 18 returning monogram wearers
and the 29 freshmen who won their
numerals on the yearling club last
year. The majority of tehse players
will report for work on September 5.
William ( Red) Espey Is the 1882
captain of the 'Pack. He was one of
the best centers in the Stdte last fall
and was named second on the all-Stae
fans’ team.
The varsity men returning are: Al
len Nelms, Bob Greason, Sam Gur
neau, ends; Milo Stroupe, Charlie
Cobb, Rudy Seitz. Arthur Wilson,
tackles; Willie Duke, Reid Tull, Buck
Buchanan, guards; Red Espey, center;
Don Wilson, Phil Kinken, quarter-,
backs; Bob McQuage, Bob Cook, Bo
Bohannon. Hank MdLawhorn, half
backs; and, Mope Cumiskey and Char
lie Jeffrey, fullback*-
ed the inning for Clements by striking
out, Hight singled, BrAmmitt wnlked,
Huff walked, filling the bases Cogbiii
rapped out a single scoring Hight
and BrumSnrtM. was thrown out at the
plate as he attempted to score on
the same tick. Finch flew out to
third base to end Clements’ scoring
chances.
The box score.
M. P. Baracas Ab R H E
B. Hight cf 4 2 2 0
J. B. Ftox 2b 4 11 0
Baity ss 4 11 0
Holloway c l l 0 0
H. Hight c 3 0 2 0
C. Finch 3b 4 11 j
Clapton lb 4 110
Burgess If 4 0 11
Langston rs 4 0 0 0
Larkin p 4 0 1 0
Total 36 811 2
Clements Ab R H E
Brummitt c l 0 1 0
Jones c 1 0 0 0
Huff ss 1 0 0 1
L. Coghill lb 3 0 11
Finch If 3 0 0 0
Raynon cf 3 0 0 0
M. Cokhill 3b 3 0 0 0
Steed rs 2b 3 0 0 1
Evans 2b 2 0 0 I
Floyd rs 2 0 0 1
Floyd rs x 1 0 0 0
Hight p 3 11 1
Total 24 1 3 f
Score by innings: R
M P Baracas 200 010 6—B
Clements 001 000 o—l
GROVE HURLS GOOD
BALL TO DOWN ACE
Lefty Pitches Athletics To
11 to 0 Win And
Gets 16th
Philadelphia, Aug. 18 (AP)—Lefty
prove hurled shutout ball yesterday
to down Cleveland 11 to 0 for his 18th
victory of the season and put the Ath
letics back info second place. He
bested his old rival Wes Ferrell,
holding the Indians to four hits while
the Macks were gathering 15.
The A’s hammered Ferreil out of
the box i n the fifth inning when,
after getting to him for four runs in
the three previous rounds, the first
two men up in the fifth hit a single
and double, respectively. Bing Mil
ler hit a home run n ithe sixth round.
The shutout was Grove’s fourt hos
the season.
The Piedmont
Parade
Pats Win Over Ulan.
Ted Kieinhans, Pats Star left hand
er, let the Wilmington Sailors down
last night with six hits in Greensboro
and poled out a home run to belp bis
mates win 7 to 4. Wright also hit for
the circuit for the Pats.
Capa Chase Bees.
The Raleigh Captlals chased the
Charlotte Bees last night in the Queen
City with “Specs” Taylor, former
Wake Forest College athlete, hurting
for the Caps and allowing nine Mat
tered hits and his team mate, Bobby
Lennox, batted out a couple of hom
ers and a single to give the Caps a
6 to 3 win over the League leaders.
Bulls-Twins Postponed.
The Durham Bults-Winston-Salem
contest in the Twin Cky (set night
was postponed until tonight with a
doubleheader to be played. Just prior
to last night's game, something hap
pened to the lights and it was im
possible for the game to b« played
before the small crowd as assembled
at the Twins park for last night’s con
*•*. -. -■
Red Men To Hold
Opening Meeting
Mohawk Trtha No. 58. Improved
Order of Red Men, will hold their
opanlng meeting Friday night at 8
o clock to celebrate the opening of the
new hall.
All Red Men and former members
of the order are.invited. Members are
requested to bring their wives, daugh
ters and other members of their fa
milies to the meeting. A good time
awaits those attending, it was said.
Special entertainment and light re
freshments will be served, By Order
of Mohawk Tribe.
RELIEF FUNd"muST
GO OUT AS WAGES
(Continued xrom Page One.)
*ieotor for North Carolina. But no
money can be obtained for relief by
any local units until they have prov
ed to the Governor that they have ex
hausted all local measures of dealing
with their relief problems.
It apparently is not yet generally
understood that local communities
cannot expect any assistance what
ever from this relief fund and that the
law prohibits the governor from ex
tending any relief from the fund to
any community until all local efforts
at relief have been exhausted,” Mor
rison said. “Hence a community, coun
ty, city or town must certify that all
local efforts to take care of their re
lief problems have been exhausted be
fore they can expect any relief from
this Federal fund, which is intended
only to supplement local funds and
local efforts.
“It Is also preferred that when and
If an allotment Is obtained from this
fund that the money be used In work
relief rather than in direct relief.
That is, that it be allotted to those
in need for work done rather than as
a direct dole. Thus, if a city or town
has grading or excavating to be done,
or land to be cleared, it can use the
labor of the unemployed and needy
and pay them wages from this fund. 1
provided the city or community will I
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v. : 'L:’Vk \
THIS GASOLINE
is higher in anti-knock than some
premium gasolines • > > Extra PEPf
Extra MILES! ... but no extra price I
From Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Miami,
Florida, motorists everywhere are cash
ing in on the benefits from the new
Sinclair Regular Gasoline. We have
published the sensational sales in
creases made by the new Sinclair Reg
ular far and wide not only as an
advertisement but to show America
that the back of the depression con be
broken if you give people more for their
/noney than they ever got before.
Sinclair spent $18,000,000 on now
refinery equipment to step up the anti-
1 ill yj
furnish the equipment and materials
needed, since ndne of this money can
be spent for either equipment or ma
erials. In this manner, the State could
use the labor of unemployed man in
building or repairing roods, and pay
them wages from this fund, provided
the State Highway Commission could
fumiah th« necessary materials and
equipment.’’
Preliminary surveys of conditions
and needs in between 85 and 90 of
the 100 counties in the Stats have al
ready been completed, Morrison said,
althoughftsome of thsse surveys are
not sufficiently complete to be of
much value. They have shown, how
ever, that there are a good many
'“bad spots” in the State where relief
funds will be needed this fall and
winter unless conditions greatly im
prove within the next two months.
“Some of these ‘bad spots’ are in
the eastern part of the State, espe
cially in those sections that have suf
fered most from the drouth and where
feed and food crops have been badly
damaged,” Morrison said. “There are
also several of these ’bad spots' in the
industrial sections of the State— in
cities and towns where there is still
a large amount of unemployment re
sulting from depressed industrial con
ditions. In fact, there is hardly a
county or city in the State that does
not have some cases of real need. But
it is going to take some time to find
all of these.”
While those who are able to work
will be expected to exchange their
labor for wages or food, clothing and
houtfng. those who are in need and
yet unable to work, will also be taken
care of, Morrison said. One of the big
problems will be to eliminate the pro
fessional panhandlers and those who
are willing to misrepresent themsel
ves and conditions in order to receive
charity, but every effort will be made
to investigate every case before as
t\tanoo Jis Morrison
c la red.
JAB. J. DAVIS U. S.
SENATOR IS INDICTED
(Continued from Page One.)
activities Involving the Eagles, the
Moose and Mystic Shriners, among
others, concerning the sale of alleged
knock qualify of Sinclair Regular Gaso
line by 70%. The new Sinclair Regular
actually has a higher anti-knock rating
than some premium fuels which cost you
3 cents more per gallon I
Give this new high-test motocjuei a
30 day trial. Let the results convince
you. Ask for the new Sinclair Regular
Gasoline, stopped up 70%.
NOTE: ffrjbest results, use Sinclair Opaline or
Sincklf Pennsylvania Motor Oil. Both hasp
keen da-waxed, and oho freed from petroleum
felly at as low as 60* F. Mow zero, *
PAGE SEVEN
lottery tickets which drew prizes for
holders of lucky numbers.
The alleged lotteries were ueteo
stbly held for the benefit of unfor
tunate members of the fraternal or
ders and needy dependents of mem
berm.
About 50,600,006 tickets are alleged
to have been Issued for sale at SQ
cents and 81 apiece in connection with
cards of admission to receptions and
dances and distributions to the injy
The Western Union Telegraph Com
pany is also named as a defendant.
McGuire, who is alleged to have
been the head of the alleged lottery
promotion, and Waitb are nasned in
all the indictments.
Nra. Garlick Home
Mrs. W. L. Garkck hoe returned
home after a visiL to her slater. Mrs.
Charles K. Chandler, at Tasiey, Ve.
Toda^pmes
CITY lEAGUK.
Kiwanls vs. Lions.
(Tomorrow)
Wiggins, vs Post Office.
PIEDMONT i^AOUM
Durham at Winston Salem.
Wilmington at Greensboro.
Raleigh at Charlotte.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland at Philadelphia.
Chicago at Washington.
9t4 Louis at Boston.
Detroit at New York.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
New York at Cincinnati .
Boston at Chicago.
Any one in this whole wide universe
may become your neighbor. The point
is for you to be willing to accept and
treat as your neighbor the man God
puts In your way.

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