PIRATES IN RACE
[WfAt Cincinnati by 6 to 0
Whil«* Bucs Lo * e anc *
Move Into Second
;1J ;, Aug. 20 »AP)—The
v "p overhauled the
and took second
•v N.nonal league yester
rK%' , , nk nr.c a 8 to 0 defeat on
1 v , the Bucs were losing
. Nf» V« :k
, Mjn->> hulled the Dodgers to
‘ - r. \:."<>rv in 10 starts, heading
.V 3jr • * h<ts •' nd avowing oaiy
_„ n -rach third base.
\Wrns T; Poi- Office 5.
urern.-boro 6: Ruleieh 5.
-i. ■ ? 5; Durham 1.
s.r.gton 8 Wmaton-Salem 2.
rrj.irt* ph a 9-3; Cleveland 7-2.
4-5; New York 3-6.
4-3; Chicago 3-1.
*Jmm r.ct scheduled.
v» Y.-.k 10 Pittsburgh 4.
g. vJ fc,n 8 Cincinnati 0.
g.'- vr. 6; Chicago 5.
„ Leu;# .V Pntladelphia 4.
-v: ',rrt: Pes-'ie 25 a ... 8.2*
p r r 1 lot ... 3.95
-J j>. J .id. i; a .. 14.55
ce : v 11-nGtrson Eat.
... V ' 7 84
-. F, ;r:t C.eo \V Eat. 4 a 7.19
s cj Hubert 22 a 4.71
w. ..imr 1 T. 1 a. .. 3.14
Y \V H 1 lot ... 4.49
•v. C..: ••m i' Annie B. 1924
;-jl .nclustv.- 1 lot Whit
. I .Venae 13 98
-r« -v’erwhite. R R. Eat.
I ..' j Sitterwhite Road ... 44.09
I ■’.‘Sr.erd HeOa 1 lot <1930).. 4.5 1
I •-Jr.red Be.la 1 lot 14.14
■ T Birkervil’.e. Tamer 8.55
I >H. k# Mis. J. W. 11 1-5
f , Geo H;oks 2.60
•JsHarr.- Mr=. N N. 13
;y r . 3 Geo. Hicks 2.6 f
VS-"*r»hite S. J. (1926)
.»5 a Ker.nan Tarry .... 85.6'
•-jirnvrhite S. J. (1927)
■tt j Kenr.on Tarry .... 70.70
VSGte:wh;:e S. J. (1928)
Si 3 K nr.an Tanry .... 72.62
*•':•> Sf.r'.vr. -e S J. (1929)
S* 3 Kenr.an Tarry 66.84
•«: Satterwhire. S. J. (1930)
a Tarry .... 66.46
*»U'A .ini- Lueginia. 1 lot
' s’r-et 5.63
Efinrts. \J p. 10 lota
Ri it Road 6.86
ur-T3v Service Station
1 «* Gjrnett St 120.2?
fv::v Mrs. E. Zaniel„
' i-m: 3* 8.06
\V. 1.. 2 a 1.19
■:l: Psi-anr.. O H. 96 a.
_ ’ 33.70
"- - Charles and Nell
’■ » Bunn tiact 8.82
VSiB ‘•>n Mat 30 a. Harris 5.85
’•** A- n John G. 133 a.
Sam heirs 1 lot 1.6-*
•'>’ B. ; Henry 17 a. part
I Bovd f,i, <v 10.80
B;r..' Ei.aa 4 a 4.49
* S4i B 1 Cyres 111 a. Wll
•»*>( ro 22.88
‘*l Hi::.. Gn-rge S-4 a.
c Her. ie;s.,.n, Ella. 27 a.
y.tr.i . Bullock tract T. 09
iv.-"- Mary Ellen 10 a.
MV.- Henderson .... 2.77
P ra:«n Alice 6 a. Mid
. ■«>-its 2.83
H 1 Lena M and Edith
.•* a ' Sandy Creek 8.41
** *»:.ffin Mrs. S. J. 70 a.
M:hie. 23 a Sandy
>l L.v- a C. 32 1-2 a. Old
. J* t.* e 'iu.-ino site 49.11
'*• ’ u ‘ '•* Nancy l lot Oranga
, 5 r *'- 6.13
iy- B ■ K Lem 2 lots Pearl St 6.12
yi' Frank 1 lot 2.77
. * Herndon Sandy 3.19
'y' Hunt j E 120 acres,
••wr.-.-Uia 59 56
1 s’au.baf k. Mrs. Florence .
® 1 iot MitcheL tt 6.6«
Special RouSd Trip Fares
From All Agency Station* Baleigb To Norlina
Buffalo 1 $30.00
Detroit •. 31.00
Toronto ,1 34.00
S' Thomas 31.00
Delhi ’‘ . ’*■ * ’ ’'' ‘;r*■ ’‘ *' * * 31.00
Tickets on sale daily July 30tfc to Augnst Slat Inclusive
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H. E .PLEASANTS, DPA.
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AIR LINE RAILWAY
Wf L Eei
Clements j 2 «nn
WaU Street 2 2 sno
M. E. Baracas i s '
M. P. Baracas X ,
Post Ofnce y ... C 4 !000
Club W. L Prt
Greene bore 28 *0 583
WilmtngPon .* 24 23 gn
Durham 22 24 '478
High Point is » m
a-k W. L M
CMcaeo 63 51 553
Brooklyn 64 56 533
Pitt **» u rgh 61 54 .530
Philadelphia 61 58 543
Bo< * on 59 61 .492
at. Louis 56 59 437
Ne-w York 55 60 .478
Cincinnati 51 71 41g
W. I* Pi
New York go 86 . 690
Philadelphia 72 47 005
Cleveland 68 49 > !sßi
Washington 65 51 .560
St. Louis 53 62 .461
CWkrago 36 *7 .319
Boston 30 86 . 259
IN PIEDMONT PEAY
Will Pay All Back Salaries
A»d Assume AH Other
Debts of Club
Durham. Aug. 20 (AP)—The Pied
nonc League yesterday scored a
matching victory over the New York
<4arton when the major league outfit
votified Judge W. G. Brunham. pres
dent of the local circuit, thak it would
ontlnue to operate the WGnston-Selem
'ranohlse. In its communication to
'udge Bramham. the Giants declared
hey would pay the back salaries of all
4bvers and would assume &U other
The Giants, however, ashad pormis
ion to transfer the franchise to High
>o’nt and the league gave immediate
New York’#* decision to continue
-piTatlon of a Piedmont league farm
vill probably gave Judge K. M. Lan
'te .high mogul of baseball, to whom
he local docuit appealed, from having
o rule In the ma.*ter.
In Its appeal tile Piedmont League
submitted several charges, which if
u-oven, would not have done the
Hants any good. Action of New
r ork practically assures operation of
he league for the remainder of the
The transfer will be made today. A
-ame scheduled here tonight will be
dayed at High Poln/t as well as the
Sunday contest which will conclude
he series wfth Wihnlngton.
The club will be on the road the
trst four days next week, and then
vtll return to High Point to meet Ra
>ig(h in a three-game series.
Kiwanis vs. Poet Office.
Wilmington at Winston-Salem.
Greensboro at Raleigh.
Charlotte at Durham.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at Washington.
StS. Louis at New York.
Detroit at Boston.
New York at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Boston at St. Louis.
HENDERSON, (N. C.,) DAILY DISPATCH SATURDAY,, AUGUST 24, 1982
Pulchritudinous Pugilists Set for Tour
Srta e tra h i l nbi. BPr “wbrnuto will bav. to go into
Sir? “ss ins.
giriT the e n °u le * rt of to the
who are member* of Um troupe which will toon
Wiggins Cowboys Defeat
Post Office By Score, 7-5
The Wiggins Cowboys, headed by
Goodwin and Scoggins, rapped out 12
hits off Nordan, Posit Office hurlex,
yesterday to get a close 7 to 5 victory
over the cellarites in City League play.
Nordan and Stainback, Jr. did the
best hitting for the losers, each get
ting two safeties. Each team was
charged with three errors.
The game opened with the Cowboys
scoring four runs In the frame
and the Post Office got three. In the
fifth Wiggins scored another counter
as the Post Ofice was adding two to
their total to tie the score. The lucky
seventh saw Wiggins cinch victory
with a two run rally after two men
were out. Scoggins doubled, Good-
BRAVES TOP CUBS
AS IORDAN STARS
Bo*ton‘« First Victory In
Four Game Series Which
Required 52 Innings
Chicago, Aug. 20 (AP) —Boston
finally broke its toeing streak at
Wrigloy Field yesterday by slashing
out 14 hits for a fi to 5 victory over
the Cute. The defeat trimmed Chi
cago's lead in the National League
race to two games over the Brooklyn
Dodgers, who took second place from
It was Boston’s first victory in the
four game series, which required 52
innings and saw ‘every battle decided
by one run.
Jordan led the Braves attack with
two doubles and a Engle, batting in
the winning run in the sixth, scoring
Urbanski with a line drive for two
bases along the left field base line.
Psut Malone, virtually the only ffresh
pitcher on the field, started for the
Cuba but wa srapped for 12 hits as
the Braves scored in'every inning from
the second to sixth, inclusively. Lero
Herrman succeeded him but was hit
hard and Burleigh Grimes -wound up
the game, holding the Braves hitless
for four innings-
API KR TOP HONORS
SUK6W& OtOCKIM l , . , ‘
vUoJ rtiM -me battvaig-
CAAuPiotistip uktrt -me
Cwyriiht. It**, by Centiml Pr»» he.
*4" l ’' ' \ ' 4
c^? ntry and Pr*** lll • »*ri«a of boxing «x>
uiMtiihm, They range from featherweight to heavy
a®a some have developed rare skill. Tne group in
cludes teachers, stenographers, salesladies and college
i win singled to score Scoggins and
advanced to second. Goodwin scored
Tippett's error of a throw to get Hail
at first for the third out. Green
| struck out to end the scoring for the
I Wiggins AbRHE
Evans of 4 0 2-0
; Hamm c 4 0 0 0
Bailey rs 4 11 0
i Sooggins ss 4 2 2 0
] Goodwin 3b 4 3 3 1
! Hall 2b 4 1 2"* 0
! Watkins If 4 0 1 0
i Green® if ’... 0 0 0 0
Vaughan lb 2 0 1 2
; Moore p 3 0 0 0
Total 33 7 12 3
Post Office Ab R H E
Howland ss 3 0 1 0
Brewer 2b 4 11 0
Cawthorne lb If 4 0 0 0
! Faulkner If 11 11
, Tippett lb 2 0 11
j Stainbaek Jr Sb 4 1 2 0
| Nordan p 4 1 2 1
| Evans cf 3 0 1 0
! Norvell c 4 11 0
.! Teague rs 2 0 0 0
j Jonee rs 1 0 1 0
1 otals 32 511 3
i Score by innings R
1 Wiggins 400 010 2—7
Post Office 300 020 o—6
: j OVER RIVAL INDIANS
Defeat Cleveland In Both
Tilts of Doubleheader
and Get Three of Four
Philadelphia, Aug. 20 (AP)—The
i Athletics defeated Cleveland in both
• games of a doubleheader yesterday, 9
i to 7 and 3 to 2. to snare three vlctor-
I ies out of the four-game series with
i | the rival Indians and strengthen their
; hold on second place,
i The flrsit game was a free-hitting
i battle with the second was a pitching
duel between Tony Freitas and Clint
Sudden Switch In
City League Play
A last minute switch in the City
League schedule was made today
wtth the Klwanlans playing the
Post Office on Monday Instead of
the M.P.-M. E. Baraca game, as
has been previously said. The
Baraca game would have no bear
ing on the second half winner,
since both clubs are out of the
running. The Kiwants-Past Office
game is a make-good of one, that
was called on account of darkness
several days ago. '
Brown that waa not settled until the
tenth Inning when a momentary lapse
on the part of Burnett enabled the
A’s to score the winning run on a
fielder’s ch((|ie. lit was Freitas’
ninth straight victory.
Mille rand Freitas singled, and
w**(h one out and Miller on third.
Bishop hit to Brown who threw to
Burnett in a double play attempt at
second. Burnett hesitated a moment,
failed to touch second to force Frei
tas and then threw too late at first to
catch Bishop. permitting Miller to
Simmons returned to his hitting
ways in the first battle, hammering
out sous singles and a double in five
times at bat. He failed to conneat In
Play Three Times
The O'Neil Sluggers have three
straight games next week, Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday. On Monday
afternoon they meet Franklinton.
Tuesday. Clarkesville and Wednesday
they take on Townsville. The locals
have won one game and lost one to
Franklinton and CJarkesville and the
games here this week will decide the
winner of the three game series. All
games are carded for 3 p. m. at Lea
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Win Fmft Gum Os DmUc
Hauler But Rivals Turn
Back and Win Second
New York, Aug. 20 (AP) —Detroit
bit;ered the Yankees' ten game win
nlng streak yesterday with a 403 vie-,
tory In the first game as a double
header but the league traders started
off again In the second game, pulling
out a 6 to 5 decision In the-nin'h in
Eton Htogsett outpAphed Ohadtle
Ruffing to win the opener although
each allowed nine hit aand Ruffing hit
a hoover Four home runs. inohsMng
Babe Ruth’s 86'fh of the season feat
ured the second game.
(Continued from Mg® one.)
cations that must be adhered to at
the time bids are submitted and con
tracts let, but careful tests are made
after the receipt of the goods to see
that they measure up to specifications.
These specifications have been de
veloped with the assistance of tne
chemical and engineering laboratories
DEAR NOAH” IS AN
A clever Panhandler*
saw oacq, calii;
DEAR NOAM WOULD YOU
SAY -THE DEPRESSION
HAD HIT THE MOON.
WHEN ITS Down To
ITS LAST CDUARTTE**.?
• MRS SftACC HN4N
both at State College ai d at the Uni
versity of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill, while gpmples of almost *Jf pur
chases are again sent to these labora
tories for analysis after their deMdery
to the Slat®, to see that they meagre
up to the guaranteed specifiestwas.
These laboratories have also assisted
the department in getting much lower
prices on many commodities than it
foraeerly was able to get, while in
several instances the testa and analy
sis made by University and State Col
lege laboratories have assintol the
manufacturers >n producing higher
grade products at material savings
Take the single item «rs prattse us*d
by the State Highway Commission in
its tracks and tractors and by coun
ties for school buses. The type of
grease formerly used for this purpose
wsa a trade-marked type sold by a
particular manufacturer for from 14
cents to 16 oents a pound. This item
of grease runs into thousands upon
thousands of pounds in a year’s time
and the oost was tremendous. So
Brower and W. Z. Betts, assistant di
rector in charge of highway commis
sion purchases, decided to have this
grease analysed and tested by one of
the State College laboratories.
It was found that this special, high
priced grease was nothing more than
ordinary steam grease of high vis
cosity. mixed with ground asbestos
fabric. So it was decided to call for
bids on this grease on a specification
basis. The result is that the State is
now buying this same grease, includ
ing the ground asbestos, for from 4
cents to 5 cents a pound.
TO Col. 1 Cel. 2
Atlanta. Ga *7 00 *l7 22
Asheville. N. C 5 00 11 85
BirauSng’ham. Ala 8 00 23 22
Charlotte, N . C 4 00 7.86
Chester, S. C 5 00 9.46
Columbia, S. C. 5 00 10.47
GreenvWle, S. C 5 0o 11.70
Greensboro. N. C 2 50 4.48
Hendersonville. N. C. .. 500 12.15
Hickory. N. C 4 50 8 *5
High Point, N. C 3 00 5.04
Marion. N. C 4 75 9 87
Murphy. N. C 5 00 15 79
Rock Hill. S. C 5 00 9 76
Spartanburg, S. C 5 00 10 58
Wineton Salem 3 50 6 52
Danville. Va 3 50 4.78
NOTE; Proportionately low round trip
fares to many other points. Fares In
Column 2 applicable between ail H-
Lons in the Southeast.
DATES OF SALE:
Column 1, Sept. 2-S
Column 2 Sept. 2. 3. 4. 5
Column 1 Sep* 6th
Column 2, Ten (10) days
From Durham aad Raleigh
Washington. D C. *V 00
New York. N. Y 8 50
Philadelphia, Pa 7 50
Atlantic City 7.60
Pittsburgh, Pa 9 50
DATES OF SALE: Sept 2nd and *rd
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