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OXFORD GOES DOWN
before sluggers
s C oggiiu Brother* Get Three
Hits Each For Local*
Who Win By 3 to 2
t , v Sniggers downed Oxford
; , t . ,i..v afternoon at League
, :.»?• close game ts\at waa
; o> n >«“ fielding performances
~t . . u>!h teams with the fin
" ' . ,-t 4to 2 m favor of the
- and Bill Scoggins
„ . , ... imv.m .uound the mld-
r , *r.« U<c »U led at bat with
.. , u . Jick Mitchell was the
... e .ggri to get more than
■ ~ ’ - ; ed ’he Visitors with two
v vj- f -hree tr.ps.
L ;. ufr f :ir*ed on the hill for the
\ t..- was forced out when he was
* e p: Vh'.ng arm by a p.tched
, \r.d Hjrrs leuevfd him m the!
*n —?, ~r:fc bossing the visitors
! k , .! • r.e way through tho con
s x a nie a nice catch of Dillehay s
- nto deep right f'Cid in the
r.c:d off a rally.
Kx score.
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ELON STARTS GRID
DRILLS TOMORROW
U Ltiemien Report In Group Os 54
hurt' 4» Os Whom Have ,
'quad Experience
r ? f Seppt I—With1 —With the
practice of the season
: • tomorrow afternoon, the
.... . .' Couth D. C. »"Peahead )
-tidiron prospects were re
• i diy A total of 54 players,
*>'. tn worked with the squad 1
•• have been recalled for the i
> > e Os this group eleven
' r . rntn—enough for one com
-1'• f the positions were pro
:■ a tinted among itie veterans.
- ’h* tecord-brealGrig heat
15 ■ «■ -k <uts —to be heid twice
consist of light practice
Heavy togs will not be don
t t g ;s cooler. Limbering ex
-r. -ra.-k work, ball passing and
h e .v... «et the men In shape for
wmrk that Is to follow. |
>oritE OF KE-SALE UNDER i
DEED IN TRUST
r.r. advance bid of five (5) per cent
t«.v.r.g been placed on the last and
•tLiu made on August 22, 1932,
; ur . jance of said advance bid,
‘ - ty vjrt.ie of a deed of trust exe
:. o> a. J. Green to the under-,
'lustre, and by virtue of an
;c,: Henry Perry, Clerk of the
L'. Court of Vance County, I
" a Friday, September lfllJi, 1932
"*e.ie o'clock noon, at the Court
b- ,-t door in HendeTson. sell for
t-i the highest bidder, the real
4 ' -> c< nveyfd in said deed in trust
iced ,n she office of the Register,
•• ufrda of Vance County in Book
| 16* the following described
c of land
lot on Rowland Street in the
• ■ f Mt nderson conveyed to Au
*-s' '■ Oieen by Deed recorded in
- < 3 pag»- 358. filed for Tecord June
j"v described as follows:
® r s-a a’ a stor.e sltaiated where the
£ n edge of Rowland Street in
':"<J of Noah Gatling's line, and
~r • rce S. 68 1-2 degrees E. 209
' ' a stone; thence S. 21 1-2 de-[
‘ : rC' W 52 1-4 feet t-o a stone; I
<- e N 6.1 1-2 degrees W. 209 feel |
; -' re on Rowland; thence along
f- A jri Street N 21 1-2 degrees;
r - feet to the place of begin- j
3/ - Adding to start at $603.76.
‘•' 5 September I. 1932.
JASPER B HICKS Trustee.
B. H. Mixon
Contractor and Builder
Gliding. remodeling, repairing
concrete work, weather
■'tripping, painting, etc
f Miniate* Furnished on Roquosl
— l>fll ‘ ** I'hone 62—Residence 4)H
GUY WOODLIEF'S
221 South Garnett Stmt Henderson, N. 0.
—Men’s Clothing—
Closing out the Guarantee Clothing Co.,
stock at greatly reduced prices.
Fastest Craft, Pilots To Battle
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TIGERS NOSE OUT
ATHLETICS BV 5,4
Tony Freita, Winnin,
Streak 1* Stopped At 10
Straight
j Philadelphia. Sept. 1 (AP)—Tony
Freitas winning sticak was halted at
10 straight yesterday as the Detroit
Tigers nosed out the Athletics 5 to 4
and evened the senes here at two vie
| tories apiece
| Freitas pitched only seven innings
but during this time he served home
run balls to Gehringer and HogseU,
his mound rival, and three blasts over
the right field fence gave the Tigets
I the margin of victory,
j Geliringer. the Tigers’ second base
man. hammered his over the fence in
the first inning. Hogsett hit his first
hornet in the sixth and then with tho
Tigers trailing by one run in the
seventh, the left hander sent the bpll
over the fence and drove Desauteb
home ahead of him.
After that Freitas was taken out
and Mahaffey sent to finish up the
game, holding the Tigers to one hit
• in two innings.
Hogset tgot into trouble in the eighth
when Miller and Dykes singled and
he tossed three wide pitches at Mahaf
fey. The veteran George Uhle reliev
ed him and held the As hlUess foi
! the lemainder of the game. ,
With Detroit- holding a one run lead, i
Uliie too kabout 20 minutes to pitch
the ninth inning. Cochrane filed lo
Webb and Simmons struck out. Uhle
get around the Foxx menace by walk- |
ing him while the fans pleaded with ,
JI irony for his forty-ninth homer of
the season. Then he fanned McNair i
to end the game. A1 Simsnons with
three singles led the As attack.
CHICAGO® GET j
WIN OVER GIANTS
Kiki Cuyler Gets Single In'
Ninth And Homer In
10th To Lead Way
j
Chicago. Sept. 1 (AP) —Klki Cuyler
pounded out a timely single in the
ninth and a home run in the tenth,
led the Chicago Cubs l i their 12th
straight victory yesieiday, the league !
leaders defeating the New York Giants
10 to 9 in a wierd contest played
for the most part In the rain.
With the Giants leading 5 to 4 In
the ninth, Cuyler connected with a
single, scoring Demaree with the run
that sent the game into extra innings.
Guy Bush was wild in the tenth, hit
ting two men and giving one base on
balls which coupled with three hits
, gave the Giants four runs.
Cuyler was not through, however
as he produced a home run with two ,
men on base after Koenig also had hit j
a homer Po give the Cubs five runs
and victory in their half of the weird
tenth inning. The five runs ersossed
the plate after Gibson had retired
two men.
! iToda^mesl
j *
fIEDMONT LEAGUE
High Point at Wilmington.
Raleigh at Greensboro
Durham at Charlotte.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Washington at New York.
| Detroit at Philadelphia.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York at Chicago.
Brooklyn at Cincinnati-
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh.
CITY LEAGUE.
I Clements vs. Lions.
♦Tomorrow)
| Page-Hocutt vs. M. E. Baraca.
HENDERSON, (N.C.,) DAILY DISPATCH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 1,1932 ’
W\ n
I ■
Kaye Den
The British entry—Kaye Dea*s
Miss England 111.
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GAMES PROM REDS
Both Tilt* See Radically
Different Brands of Ball;
34 Hit* In Last
Cincinnati. Sept. 1 (AP) - The
Brooklyn Dodgers pitching staff dis
played two radically different brands
of hurling yesterday as they d'fear
ed the Cincinnati Reds in a double
header and advanced a half game
nearer the second place. The spores
were 7 and 1 and 11 to 10.
In the first game Bill Clark and
Joe Shaute held the Reds to four
hits while their mates scored six
runs in the eighth inning. In con
trast. however, manager Carey used
six pitchers in the second game Lefcr •
Vance halted the Reih in the ninth.
The Reds used three pitchers ir> the
free-hitting contest In which Z-i hits
were made.
Stages]
CITY LEAGUE
Clufc W L Pel
Kiwanis 6 0 1000
Page-Hocutt 5 1 .830
Lions 3 2 .600
Clements 3 3 .5)0
M. P. Baracas 3 3 .500
M E. Baracas 2 3 .400
Wall S’.reet 2 4 .333
Post Office 0 7 . 000
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Club W. L Pet.
Charlotte 42 16 .724
Greensboro 34 20 .567
Wilmington 29 29 .500
High Point 26 33 .441
Durham 24 34 .414
Raleigh 24 5G .400
AMERICAN LEAGUE
**nb: W. L Vr*.
New York 91 38 . 705
Philadelphia 80 51 .611
Washington 74 54 . 578
Cleveland 72 58 .554
Detroit 65 62 .512
St. Louis 55 71 .437
Chicago 39 87 . 310
Boston 37 92 .237
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Club W. L pet
Chicago 75 61 .596
Pittsburgh 69 60 . 535
Brooklyn 70 62 . 530
(Philadelphia 65 66 . 496
St. Louis 63 65 . 492
Boston 63 68 . 481
New York 59 70 . 457
Cincinnati 56 77 .sl7
CITY LFaGCS .
M. P. Baraca 7; Post Office 3.
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Greensboro 13; Jlaleigh 5.
Charlotte 6; Durham 4.
High Point 10; Wilmington 4.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 5; Philadelphia 4.
Washington 7; St. Louis 6.
Others not scheduled.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 10; New York 0.
Brooklyn 7-11, Cincinnati 1-10.
Pittsburgh ?; £09*09 1.
Other* not scheduled.
Wvala in Harmiworth trophy r*oe* at Detroit, Mich., Sept. 3-5
Mailmen Lose Fifteenth
Straight Game To M. P's.
Here’s one more eclipse to add to
yesterday’s eeltp&e of the sun and
it happened just a short while after
the solar phenomenon, the Post Office
eclipsed some kind of a record wnen
they lost their fifteenth straight game,
every game that Chey have played m
the City League, yesterday at League
Paik by a 6 to 3 count.
The Postmen have had rough sail
ing all through the season, they have
played some good games but • they
blew up at the crucial period in every
contest and lost.
In yesterday’s game, one of base
ball’s rarest plays was pulled, a triple
aJay in the first inning was executed
by the M. P. Baracas with the Post
Office a svictims. Stainback was 3afe
on a pitcher's error, stole second,
Faulkner walked, each advanced on
a passed ball, then Howerland lined
out to short who tossed to third, then
they ball was played back at second
catching both runners off, for the
trlplpe slaughter.
The Sunday school team had two big
innings, the third and sixth, in which
they scored three runs each. Bill
night led the M. P.’s wi'Si thre ehita
out of four trips while Evans did the
best for the losers with two for Hiree.
Post Office Ab R H E
Bill Hight cf 4 1 3 0
J. B. Fox 2b p 3 1 0 1
Baity ss 3 1 0 0
HoiWway c 3 0 1 0
C. Finch 3b ! 2 1 0 0
Clo®lon lb 1110
Langston rs 3 0 1 0
S. Hight If 1 0 0 1
A.“ Finch p 1 0 0 1
Burgess If 2 1 0 0
Total 24 6 6 3
POSF SERIES WILL
BEGIN TOMORROW
To Decide On Champions of
Vance County Grange;
Middleburg vs.
Townsville
The post season series to determine
the champions of Vance County
Grange league will get underway to
morrow afternoon at League Park
with Middleburg meeting Townsville
here at 3:30 o’clock.
Mjddleburg ana lownsvilie baVe
played one more game than the rest
of the teams since thev to play
an extra game to decide the winner
of the first half. Townsville won that
contest and Middleburg won the sec
ond half race and this week-end the
series between the winner of the first
half and the winner of the second half
w4tl decide the champions of the
grange.
WALTER HAGEN IS
TOPPED BY GOLDEN
\
Connecticut Golfer Gets
Better of Well-Known
Former Champion
St. Paul, Minn., Bept I—Walter
Hagen, five-times winner of the Pro
fessional Golfers’ Association cha
mpionships, yesteMmy was eliminated
by Johnny Golden, Noroton, Conn.,
one up, after a record-breaking 43
holes of match play in the P G. A.
tournament.
Carrying the match seven extra holes
created a now record. The previous
mark of five exKra holes was apt by
Chick Evans and Eggig Louis In 1920
at the Engineers’ club in Roalyn L. I.
Another golf record was aet when
Bobby Cruickahank. Port Richmond,
N. Y., came back after being clue
down on the 23rd hole to win from Al
Wartrous, Detroit, one up on the 4l*t.
Cruiokshank won nine of the next 12
holes to square the match at the 34th.
The match followed Jar for four ijaore
holes. Cruickshank took the 4 let w) th
par. For the 12 holes, he was five
under par.
Horton Smith, Chicago; Danny
Shuts, Hudson, 0., and Joe Kirkwooa
phligdeiphig—gU favorite*—w» stir
matted la yesterday's s*tas.
Pet.
.724
.567
.500
.441
.414
.400
For World Speed Crown
M r Baracas Ab Kll £
Stainback 3b 3 1 0 0
Faulkner pp 3 0 1 0
Howerland ss 3 0 0 0
Brewer 2b 2 11 0
Jones rs 3 0 0 0
Evans cf 3 0 2 0
Tippett 16 ! 3 0 11
Norvell c 3 1 0 0
Teague If 3 0 0 0
Total 26 3 5 1
Score by innings r
Post Office 010 020 0- 3
M P Baracas 003 003 x -6
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PAGE SEVEN
MIDDLEBURG DOWNS
NORLINA BALL CLUB
Breedlove And White Lead
Batting Attack On Car.
roll Os Losers
Middleburg tjampled Noilina yes
terday at Middleburg under a 13 la
1 defeat with Lieedlovc and White
leading the batting attack mi Carroll,
Noilina pitchpr.
Mayfield led the Noilina tram at
bat two hits, a single and a double.
Ellington pitched the route tot the
Middlleburg team and was ahead of
the visitors all through th>- contest

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