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I Payne Sends Out
I Bovs Asked
To Report
Principal To Act As
((Kich Until New 1\
fleeted Mentors Ar
]• r , , f..r candidate'* for the 1932
g j t footbah eleven was sound -d
t> W U Payne, principal of
- r t -ehcol. who will act j.- roach
. i.rwiy elected mentors arrive
.•; .-::v AU men are requeued to
-,p. '«* the high school building a:
a , .i.a tonw-rrow morning for in
. n- .md for the equipment tha;
* r.. . *oed :hi-s eatly in the season.
«;.jd.:.*Mor. last year made its In.
n’o 'he squad. taking t*wo of the
,• , i: back*. Harrison and Joyr.tr
„ feu: 1m eTireia William Green
. 1... nard Fason. end. Marion Rog
-.d aid Nick Chavasse. tackle
i; t:ic -quid without an outst&nd
. • , k man to begin the season
i . i!> > he greate*t loss the squ .d
- .■ T» :ed l' tile passing of Hai i
. - t.e thi-at fullback, who was
r .f re main cogs n last year s of
;- r ar.J defense. He was a hard
■.rc p.iwerful back and a deadly
*• Mt will be missed tht- year
!' . •baekfleld
. n K.iv-r.', halfback of I.«
* - • i •<d who shared a good many
.• • cn>T with ?f«rrwon. will be
’’ is \e.ir at his tegular post gi.--
backfodd a good to bu.ld
j ,:.d w'.ll Frank Mills, quarts.
» M tan the team last ye,r aid
. • r i> nee will help him much.
. r-: backf;ekl prospects for ihe cont
.e.i m the re.*etv«* material
• eijei ! \ • Hecber" Watkins. J Mills.
V.Vit.ns. Edwards and Brown.
1 . r. will not offer aa much trou
i- j ’.e h ick field since the cCaches
~j. r '*'• *l‘-h of nwferial to drop into
- : - .ier.-< made by mat.lculation *.
B • ' *-ments. looks like u good cen
- t- .'!■ • having worked some k.st
'hi- post Bobby Green n d
>• -iritis will be back at gua.d
; -i- will Durward Ha l !. Fr*d
: . .1 r.d Mauric- Grissom will
. *> ••'♦■lop into fin"* line mnle
■tn be worked at guard or
. i» end posiiionii will pres* t
■ 1 m with no outstanding rc
~ J'- rial for these positions.
A <n 'he regular mentors w II
* - ir. r- city to cike charge, is
ft **i j present but they are e:.
' G here by the early part of
' * s tuit until their arrival, Prcf.
ft •' put the boys througa their
■ -mUring them up for the red
- "a ■’ c to follow soon.
sluggers And Middleburg
Will Meet Tomorrow and
Not Today, Conflict
I lie O'Neil Sluggers will begin
'f* i three game series with Mid
tter.iiri; tomorrow afternoon at 4
’ at l.eague Park Instead of
»*> has lieen previously an
■ uiu-ed. This change was made
'' o In u < tty League game being
lUwd today between the Klwanln
• "it. and the Lions.
.aggers and the Middlebu.g
wi i he fighting for cour.'y
■ ilie •* the Middleburg team is
' - lampions of the Vance Cour.'y
l.eague and the locals have
' ,f 'i nil opposition that they have
‘his season at least one tin.e,
i « \e a rightful claim tc he ca.l
--1 impions of Independent ba- c
*hs of this county.
*'" winner of two of the three
* 1 • will be the rulers of baseball
' section until next year.
-' sicals have a good chance of
'he -eries with the Middleburg
'•'though they have been defen t
'hem on more than one oc-
Middleburg has lost some
• : »o the local outfit and a good
expected to be had.
•'" ill admission fee will be charg
' Those attending the games io
*• • defray ih e expenses on the
. n.f
Ur H£ELS looking
' 'pel Hill. Sept. 8.-Coach Churk
I- prescribing lota of forward
work in these early days of light
' " at the niversity of North
1 > He is combing the squad
pa-ser who might make possible
>' ipfial attack line like the
Ijoosted in 1929.
■ i" White. John Phipps, and Don
* ai«- taking turns at the
•’ - and if they don't come
• h th*- coaches plan to try oth
•'*l '*• and Phirps are the two ?ef
'dtdates for left half, and Jack
hard-ruoning sophomore,
* ft'l from quarterback in spring
'« ’!< p
Groom and Kay Thompson, two
' “r :n*-n. Hn d Johnny Daniel, a re
st ->f promise, are *he leadipg can
for right half. Croom, who
•i'" pass and punt was one of
•utstanding baekfleld stars last
haa the edge at this early
Jimmy Doolittle’s supersportster !
is shown above flying at a speed |
of 252 miles an hour to win the
famous 100-mile Thompson tro
phy race, the crowning event o' 1
the National Air Races at Cleve
land. Major Doolittle is shown
below with the tronhy. A priz'* ,
Pirates Fall Before The Of
ferings Os Fred Heimach
In Second Tilt
Brooklyn, Sept. H.— (AP) — Tlie
Pittsburgh Pirates, starling their
final bid for the National League pen
nant, bnike even with the Brooklyn
Dodgers yesterday to shave a full
game off the lead of the Chicago
Cubs, who lost two games to the
| Braves.
After extending their winning
streak to 11 straight with an 8 to 3
victory in the curtain raiser, the
Pirates fell before the southpaw
slants of Fred Heimach in the secoiu
game, losing -1 to 2. The even break
left the Pirates trailing the Cubs te
five games with ndgers another foil,
games back.
Club W L Pc.
Kiwanis 6 0 1000
Page-Hoeutt 5 1 .83(
Clements 4 3 . 570
Ltonn 3 3 .50k>
M. P. Bararas 3 3 . 50*
M. E. Baracas 2 3 .400.
Wall ftS'reet 2 4 . 333
Post Office 0 7 .(Hh
Club W. L. Pet
Charlotte - 44 21 ,67'.
Greensboro 40 28 .fob
Wilmington 31 29 .517
High Point 33 34 .493
Durham 27 39 , 4tii>
Raleigh 28 41 40t>
tJob: W. L P~t
New York 95 40 .704
Philadelphia 84 .54 .60r
Washington 29 55 59(
Cleveland 27 58 . 571
Detroit 66 «
St. Louis 52 77 .42t
Chicago 42 90 .318
Boston 37 98 . 274
Club w. L. Pci
Chicago 29 55 .590
Pittaburgh 25 61 .551
Brooklyn 22 66 .522
Philadelphia * 69 67 .507
Boston 68 69 - 496
St LouLs 64 71 .474
New York *6l 73 .455
Cincinnati 56 82 .403
Raleigh, Sept. B—Judging from gen
eral Interest already shown, the Ap
palachian game with State College at
Raleigh on the night of eptembar 24
will attract an unusually large open
ing crowd.
State’s Wolfpock ts being hades as
North Caroline's best chance for foot
bail supremacy this fall and a* a result
H >
Call For Football
| of 54,500 also accompanied the
I trophy. At left is Mrs. Mae Haiz
lip, wifi of James Haizlip, new
, holder of the transcontinental
speed mark, who smashi-d the
world's speed record for women
with an avenge mark pf 2'>f>
, mile* an hour.
ihe ’Packs first game is expected to be
well attended.
Many look upon the game with Ap.
palacbian as a warmer for the *«eßscn
but Coach Johnny Smith and Kmik
Reese consider It a game to be reck
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Now Probable That Kiwanig
Will Hook Up With M.
P.*i For City Crown
Today’s controt. In the City League,
between the leigue leading Kiwame
baseball team and the fourUi place
Llone will marie the passing
of the first regular season of organ
ized amateur baseball for this city.
The Klwanlans should have n 0 dif
ficulty In winning over the Lion*
since the entire rigut side of the ani
mal's infield will be mlsain„ today
Loughlln. second bav.oiMi is out of
the city and will be missing as will
Holland, hard hitting, clean fielding
first baseman. Manager Vick faces a
problem In filling the of these
| two valuable men with some of his
re'erve strength.
Pat Might, Lions hurler, will preh
cbly hook up with Harris, the <*ce of
the Kiwanians hurling staff, ir. what
should be a good pitchers battle if
Hight can get ihe support from his
team mates that they should accord
A win this aftenoon so the Kiwan.
ians yill close the league as far as reg
ular play is concerned and the cham
pionship series can get underway ini
miediatftly between them and tile M.
P. Baracas, first half winners. >
Interest has been waning in the loop |
during the past week due to several |
barons and it is hoped that the series ;
can be runoff in quick man. cr since '
the top clubs semeed to be ! he only
ones left to keep up the interest.
The series will be played at League ;
park with all games getting underway
sharply at 5 o'clock.
The Piedmont j
■ Parade ~
Pat« Win From Bcea
The Greensboro Patriots hit the!
Charlotte Bees hard last night in I
Greensboro for a 14 to 3 victory, bump,
ing Shaney hard and often while !
Chapman was pitching mosterfful ball
for the Pats.
Much in'erest was shown in the
game since these two clubs meet next
week in the post season series of the
Looks Like an Early Fall i
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n’ mak ‘ n « ««« obeisance, too* u.e arnource.ue: t too
eD W^ S ,nform * d Tie was entered in the Bread U. how
f n atU v ed the Fall °P emn X °f Belmont Park 1 I.
Bangle did his fall all right, at the first Jump, to the extreme discor
of Jockev Bellhouse. Green Cheese won the evrnt
Babe Ruth Leav es
For Examination
Detroit, Sept 8 (AP)—Babe Ruth
I the New York Yankees’ perennial
| candidate for home run hitting
! honor*, left for New York laat
night to be examined ml treated
for what he lean is an attack of *p
| pendiellin.
He was seized with severe ahdn
mlnat pains late yesterday and,
without notifying the Yankee nisn
■ agement, hoarded a trail with his
wife at 8:30 p. m. for New York.
The seriousness of hh, illness
! probably will not lie known until
he reaches New York uni is ex
amined by the club physician.
j Pipdmont League with the first brace
I of bames being in Greensboro starting
I on September 13.
Caps Lose Two
The High Point Pointers sent the
Raleigh Capitals back into the cellar
j last night by taking two victories, the
first by a 7 to 3 margin and the sec
Candidates Here
ond by an 8 to 2 count.
Walker pitched for the Caps in tiie
first game and Taylor was Ihe being
pitcher in the night cap.
Bulls Beat Tara
Big Tom Wolfe, with a perfect night
nt bat, led the Durham Bulls to a 9
to 3 verdict over the Wilmington
Sailors last night in the seaport town.
The game was a listless affair with the
Bulls ouihitting the Sailors, 15 to 6.
BEiyit! I
High Pont 7-8; Raleigh 3.2.
Greensboro 14; Charlotte 3.
Durham 9; Wilmington 3.
No games scheduled.
Boston 11-2; Chicago 4-0.
Pittsburgh 8-2; Brooklyn 3 1.
Philadelphia 6; St. Louis 5.
New York 7; Cinelnra.i 5.
Have Shown Power And
Ability That W*l Be
Difficult to Overcome
Davidson. Kept, a- Tw„ junior col
lege halffbttcki ou Uie Davidson Col
lege Wildcat football squad ui»* liable
to break through to varsity berths this
year. The pra<*tioe», at Davidson are
not many days old. but ' .-.ese iwo men
have shown power and . ui ‘>y that will
make it difficult to keep them on the
Ridelines when the iniUul baekfleld is
chosen for the Duke tilt in Durham on
September 24.
These men are Fred Dickerson, from
I.re=--Mcßj* Inxti’uto at Banner Kilt,
and Willson, ffrom Tennessee Wesleyan
Junior College at Athens. Twin. The
' former was n member of the Davidaon
I squad list year, but was not Inserted
j into a single lineup. Durln*. ’he win-
I ter foo'ball drilla this pi«»'-fr showed
I remarkable ability as a bai’ ta'el. as
! a blocker, find as a possessor ot foot.
; ball acumen.
Kiwanis vs. Lions.
Charlotte at Greensboro
Duih-ir.'. t Wllmi-
High Po nt at Uii-^'i.
| Philadelphia at Cleveland,
j Washington at St. Louis.
New York at De roll
Boston at Chicago
JSt I<ouis at Philadelphia .
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn.
Cincinnati a: 2 * *.v York.
Chicago at Bv-ton.
B. H. Mixon
Cr»n tractor and Builder
Building, remodeling, repairing
concrete work, weather
stripping, painting, etc
Estimate* Furnished on Request
j Office Phone O! — Residence 476-J

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