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powii Civic
Club With
j To I Score
ImJi Brothers Star
Mound For Win-
Fox Sends Out
Triple
>• •• i• ■: t i.- won the fourth
v league Series yes
ie Park giving them
hr» .' games out of the
!>•- to take the City
: !>. il< featlng the Kiw
-1 in a hard fought pit
\ «-»nte t. the are hur
ito-i were sent to the
were vnv scarce with
.r» :* im getting only four
K i.rh tn his four inning
mouiKi anti C. Finch ai
•- i the three innings he
h: f.u the winners. Gar
j'ltcheii the route for the
winners. Kiwanis. and
•• '.itrties.
linn They Scored.
’■' ' orew scoring blood in
" one on J. B. Fox's triple
C. Finch sent a
. - :oler to P Rogers who
. plate to catch Fox in
• Acts. thud and home. C.
- ‘ * >econd on the play.
■ i 'ingle into right field
i.' Finch.
' ' • ■' e.fin'd things in the
: the second stanza with
vp. doubling down
.• lt d scoring on Cashs
’ • left. Cash was out as
stretch his hit into
• 'tint 1-all in the seventh.
- pushed over their win
s' • C Finch stummed cne
it-.:: that was too hot to
on first safely. Baity hit
"'ice C. Finch at sec
■ followed Baity to bat
* • ~ i mble to deep right cen
.. Baity.
• stir of the seventh, the
.. made a bid to tie the
~ -'.luck out. Forsyth, bat
. ::.er. was safe at first
error at .second, ana
: a fly to center that Bill
. . til under for the second
n relayed the ball to Fox
> first to catch Forsythe
, for the third out.
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Duke. Holloway. Three
r'<x, Sfnli'n base: Baity.
K:wanis 5; Baracas 2.
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». C. Finch 3. Hits off
i ni: C. Fineh 0 in 3.
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' i Mirward. Time: 1:21.
art those who know ex
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of the Chicago footbalUeam W 'i h r ,P. OT i., Birne » Meft) captain
promising sq'uad
title.
TWO DRILLS BEFORE
BULLDOG PLAYERS
Coach Powell Sends Men
Through Workouts In
Heavy Uniforms
A blackboard session in the morn
ing and r workout at League Park
in the afternoon were two drills that
occupied the high school football
squad yesterday as they are rounding
into shape their 1932 football eleven.
Coach Poweli ,the new mentor at
the local school, explained his system
to the boys yesterday at the high
school building by instructing them
on the blackboard and then took them
to the gridiron in the afternoon to
give them a chance to show what they
had learned at the morning session.
Heavy equipment was issued the
boys after the morning skull prac
tice and with two drills carded for
today, the boys should get in much
heavy work in blocking, tackling and
the backs should get the feel of a
tackle while they are carrying the
ball.
The squad is working hard and
looks as though it should be practi
cally as good as it was last year, al
though several of last year's main
stays are missing from this year's ag
gregation due to graduation.
Heavy drills will be had today nnd
tomorrow and on Thursday, the boys
will get their first taste of scrimmage.
This Thursday's session will be a light
one but will be stiff enough to give
Coach Powell a mighty good line of
the boys he can count on during the
season. The boys are in fine shape,
physically, having been working for
at least 10 days and should go thro
ugh the scrimmage session with lots
of fight since they must convince the
new coach of their ability. ,
CAROLINA FULLBACK LIGHT
Chapel Hill. Sept. 20 —At 165 pounds
Hanes Lassiter is as light as fullback
candidates come, but the Carolina
plunger has been compensating for
any lack of weight with iot-> of drive
and fight, and has really been doing
some beoutiftil blocking in the daily
practices. He is a letter.nan. serving
his second year with the vur.,:ty. and
is expected to do some fincr work this
vea r.
HE’S IN AGAIN! By Jack Sord*
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CAS
ANCIENT BAnLES
RENEWED AT DUKE
History of The Duke.D&Vid.
son Gridiron Contests
Goes Baclcto 1922 -
Durham. Sept. 20 —Coaches * Doc
Newton and Gene McEver of.David
son will enter a 10-year old series of
hotly Contested grid battles wheq they
maJke their debuts in this cetlpn at
Duke stadium Saturday afternoon.
The history of Duke-Davidson grid
iron contests goes back to 1922 when
the two teams met for the first time.
Since then the Devils have won five
contests. Davidson four, and one, at
Davidson last year, ended in a score
less deadlock.
To Duke belongs the distinction of
being the only team to have soundly
trounced the Wildcats in their own
backyard. In 1927 the Devils, after
having lost the Big Five title to State,
20-18, and an upset to Carolina, 18-0,
walloped the Oats 48-7 at Davidson.
Duke won the following year, 3s-ft.
Remits
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
(Championship Series)
Greensboro 5; Charlotte 2.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Boston 5; Detroit 4.
Philadelphia 9; Chicago 6,
Others not scheduled.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Philadelphia 5; Brooklyn 3.
Bouton 6; New York 3.
Others not scheduled.
TOta WHITE SHOULD GO FAR
Chapel Hill, Sept. 2ft—Tom White, a
Senior and a letterman. has been do
ing the most accurate passing in the
Carolina backfield camp. He if, also
one of the speediest of th-» backs, and
while he Is still a “thrower” rather
than a finished passer of the Ward cr
Magner or Maus calibr;, the coaches
expect him to develop into something
really good as the Tar rfetis hard sea
son wears on.
HENDERSON, (N.C.,) DAILY DISPATCH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 19M '
ARE
CITY LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
PATS DEFEAT BEES
11 m tost!
Chapman Scores His Third
Victory of Series $ Pats ..
Lead 3 To 2
Greensboro, Sep*. 20 (AP)—Ed
Chapman, fire-ball artist of the Pats'
mound department last night scored
his third victory of the Berks with the
Charlotte Hornets by beating tnr, in
vading team 5 to 2 in the fifth game
of the Piedmont League's titular series
Chapman's triumph last night gave
the Patriots a three t 0 two lead in the
series with the sixth contest scheduled
to be played tonight in Charlotte. If
the Beßes win and the seventh game
is necessary, it will be played in the
Ga'e City Wednesday night. Approx
imately 2,100 fans witnessed last night's
game.
The game was virtually a repetition
of the two previous games Chapman
games, and fanned eight Bees to bring
pitched. He allowed only six hits,
making a total of 17 hits in three
his strikeout mark for the trio of con-
Shanoy, who has been eager for a
chance to start one of the titular tus
tests to 28.
sels. was gretted by a run in the open
ing inning on two hits and an out.
Two more Patriots came across in
the second frame, Frank Mellana doub
led, but was caught at third on Oster
futMle.r's roller. Ostermueller ad
vanced to third on RattertopA single
Sanders flied to Riggerstaff and Bat
tertort scored.
Charlotte scored its first run in the
third frame. With one down. Pond
doubled at right field. Shanay was safe
on an error by Heilana and Snyder
singled to the infield scoring Pond.
Fritz Ostermueller, the pitcher-out
fielder-first baseman, smacked a home
run over the right field screen in the
fifth inning to give the Patriots anoth
er run after Sanders had singled, stoic
second and third and scored on
Wright's single in the fourth frame.
Ruth Is Pointing
To World ISeries
New York, Sept. 20 (AP) —Babe
Ruth, far more robust than during his
first workout Saturday, banged a
dozen baseballs into the far reaches
of the Yankee Stadium right field
bleachers yesterday to indicate he will
be as fit as ever for his tenth world
series.
The weakness that assailed the great
slugger, followed his ten days in bed,
suffering from a slight attack of ap
pendicitis, was not apparent today. He
ran once around the park ana fielded
bunts.
He warmed up with a motley collec
tion of sandlotters recruited for the
occasion, and then started slugging
balls info the vacant sianda.
LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON ‘
Chapel Hill, Sept. 20—Charlie Wool
len stepped into Johnny Peacock’s
shoes as second-string in
the first regular* sCrimnWge at Caro
lina lafct Saturday. If he keeps up the
good work there may be a Woollen
pulling Khe strings on the gridiron,
even as Mr. Charles T Woollen, Sr.,
pulls the strings around the University
from his office as Bus.ness Manager
and Graduate Managfci of athletics.
[Sfaijidin^s
CITY LEAGUE
Club W L Prt
M. P. Baracas ......... 3 1 .750
Kiwani3 1 3 .250
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Club W. L. Pc4
Greensboro ... 3 2 .<>oo
Charlotte 2 3 .400
NATIONAL LEAOUE
i tab: W. L. P~t
Chicago 88 60 . 595
Pittsburgh 80 66 . 548
Brooklyn 78 72 .520
Philadelphia 77 72 .517
Boston 76 74 .507
New York 67 80 . 456
St. Louis 67 80 . 456
Cincinnati 59 90 . 396
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Club W. L. Pot
New York 104 45 . 698
Philadelphia 92 57 .617
Washington 87 60 . 592
Cleveland .* 83 63 .568
Detroit 72 72 .500
St. Louis 61 85 .418
Chicago 46 100 . 315
Boston ................ 42 105 .286
Todaj^pmesl
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Greensboro at Charlotte.
NATIONAL LEAGUE *
Brooklyn at Philadelphia-
Pittsburgh at Chicago. .
Boston at New York.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
St. Louts art Cleveland.
Washington at Borton.
Chicago at Detroit.
History is full of the most poignant
struggle of new ideas against the
%pathy, indifference and sullen opposi
you tut mass yf mankind* '
Champion in Brilliant Form
Halil
A'
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Playing what critics saji- was the greatest game of his career. Francis;
Ouimet is shown driving front the seventeenth tee in his match with
George Voight during the fijst round of the national amateur golf
championships at Baltimere.' Md. Quimet, who is defending his ptse,
carded an unbelievable 30 on the first'hifie holes. He also woh-his second
. * ’ . ■'ound contest with Sidney Noyes. 3ne up. (
CAROLINA CENTERS,
GUARDS LOOK GOOD
i '
Wake Foreat May Not Find
Tar Heel Line So Weak
After All Saturday
Chapel Hill- Sept. 20.—Head Coach
Chuck Coilins looked the Carolina
centers and guards over today, not
ed their continued improvement and
progress with a smile of satisfaction,
and decided that the green pari?
around the center of the Carolina line
might not be nearly so weak as ex
pected.
All last year's regulars at center
and guard graduated and passed on,
but Coach Coliins has some good men
coming up who may give the fast and
shifty Wake Forest backs a. lot of
trouble in the opening game here Sat
urday.
FRESHMAM WEEK IS
UNDERWAY U. N. C.
About 700 Newcomers
Swarm Campus In Search
of Rooms For Year
Chapel Hill, Sept. 20 - Ye->terday
freshman week got under way at the
University of North Carolina when
the class of ’36 entered upon its pro
gram of orientation. About 700 new
comers awarmed about the campus
throughout the morning learning
where buildings were and moving
their belongings into them.
The first joint gathering of the class
took place in Memorial Hall at 2
o’clock, with Dr. Francis F. Brad
shaw, Dean of Students, presiding.
Faculty counseloi-s. deans, and stu
dent assistants met with the new men
to grt-ot them and to instruct them in
procedure for the renwnder of the
week.
Throughout the day the class of 36
filed singly into Dr. Lawsor. v , gym
nasium for physical examinations, a
required step for matericu'.aUng in
the University.
Frosh Start Drills.
Candidates for the Duke university
freshman football team will report to
Coach Herschel Caldwell at 3 o'clock
on freshman field.
A large number of uniforms were
issued yesterday and the list report
ing today is expected to easily excel
the century mark.
Wins Fellowship
A graduate df the Engineering (
School of N. C. State College, James
Whitney Perry of Raleigh, recently
was awarded & fellowship for one year
of work and study in Germany at the
Universities o< Berlin and Stuttart.
Perry sailed this month for Europe
preparatory to taking up residence
in Germany, , ..
ATHLETICS DEFEAT
WHITE SOX BY 9.3
f 7—"
Although Grove Is Not At
Best He Is Good Enough
To Get 25th Win'
- Chicago, Sept. 20 (AP —Robert
Moses Grove was not at his very best
today, but he was good, enough to ac
count for hip 25th victory of the Ame
rican League season as Pu.ladelphia
defeated ithe Chicago White Sox, 9 to
6, in the final game of the season at
Oomlskey Parkk.
The A's started early, combining two
walkks with Mickey Cochrane's 23rd
home run of the season, and a double
by Jimmy FY>xx for three runs. Cham
berlain replaced Gallivan after Foxx's
hk and retired the side without further
scoring, but ran Into trouble In the
second. Grove and Bishop King led
with on« out and the former scored on
e'rror.; A fly by Haas 'Scored
Bishop.
The defeat -was number 100 for the
Sox, a new high mark for the club.
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23 PLAYERS LISTED
ON EACH BALL CLUB
”, o***'-' - ,
Contestants For Worlds
Championship Submit
Names To Landis
New York. Sept. 2ft (AP) —Accord-
ing to the tentative lists submitted by
6he club owners to Baseball Commis
sioner Landis, the Yankocj and Cuba
assuming they are the world series
rivals, will have 23 players each, for
the championship battle.
The Yankee eligibles led by Manager
Joe McCarthy and Coaches Jimmy
Burke and Arthur Fletcher, axe: John
Allen. Walter Brown. Charles Deveua,
Vernon Gomet Daniel MacFayden.
Wiley Moore Herbert Pennock, George
Plpgras. Edwin Wells and Charles
Ruffing, pitcher*; Bill Dickey and
Arndt Jorgerts. catchers; Lou Gehrig,
Frank Crosetti, Edward Farrell. Lyn
Larry, Tony Labberi and Joe Sewell,
infielders; Sam Byrd, Earle C -ttibs.
Benjamin Chapman. Myril Hoag and
Babe Rulth. (outfielders.
The Cub eligibles. besides Coachta
Charles O'Leary and John Corriden.
are: Guy Bush. Burleigh Grime*. I*e
roy Hermann. Frank May. Perce Ma
lone, Charles Root, Robert Smith, Lyle
Tinning and Lon Wkrneke, pitchers;
Charles Hartnett. Ralston Hetnsley
and J. W. Taylor, catchers; El wood
English. Manager Charles Grimm,
Stanley Hack, William Herman. Wil
liam J urges and Mark Koenig, infield
ers; Haaen Cuyler, Frank Demaree,
Marvin Gudat, John Moore and Riggs
Stephenson, outfielders.
NIGHT WORKOUTS TO
BEGIN FOR WOLFPACK
Kalclgh, Sept. 20.—Night workouts
are expected to begin this evening in
the State College Wolfpack camp and
will be continued through Thursday
night Coach Clipper Smith will con
tinue to hold morning drills, but will
dispense with the afternoon sessions.
State's first game with Appalachian
i College is set for Saturday night. Sep
tember 24 at 8 o'clock on Riddick
Field. The game is expected to draw
an unusual large attendance for an
opening game, according to Dr. Ray
R. Sermon, athletic director at State.
Davidson and Carolina play at Chapel
Hill and Duke and Davidson at Dur
ham in the afternoon.
Nation will only continue in a death
grip with another nation so long
each is convinced that its enemy fs
entirely unlike itself and a savage
menace.
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