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Dig f we Clans In Review As Curtain Swings Back Wolf pack T° Depend on Speed and Deception To Rout Heavy Appal a*, chian Gridden ARRIVES FOR DUKE TUSSLE W'ilJcaU Are Cloaked In Secrecy and Coach** “Not Talking *; Blue Devil Cam. pus iVierry ; Heel* and Dea. cons To Give Backfield Show on by daily reports of (Teat <, - *«> power from Wake Forest, ■ :f na football team took its ' .<!ui finished polishing its . -x hi? afternoon. putting its ir. leadmess for a game in Hi:! tomorrow that promises , r * exhibition of two of the fln r. : . nfield ramps in the State. Both have their strength and ex fill* concentrated in the back r.u b. th play the wide-open Notre ILaie -pe pme: and both have been ;i.g defensive work, to offen - ,■ iiilS all Through early practice, i j.n Collins said today that he was we satisfied with his first string line, of course, he hasn't had any do drill- and therein lies his j, .' of i:.\iety. Wake Forest was ta:.t :-.it vesterdav when it was nn .. jnced that Dusty Dudley and Hack fust string linemen, would t te able to participate because of uriei. Due to the rainfall of yet most of the day was consumed t. :n drills indoors, but a short ses v. r. was held on Gore field, the Dea . n« working chiefly on pass defense :u#t in case the Heels decide to talc* ■he air route. The probable lineup* fvi the kick off are (Carolina first d Wake Forest second (yi listing) rft ends. Walker and Green; left i.'K.es Hodges and Chetty; left £.j:d* Barclay and DeAngelis; cen •:.i I nderwood and Owen; right ■.. aids N’ewcombe and Kesaler; right i.s.f' Smith and Grant; right ends, Brsr.d; and Pardie; quarter backs, Or.ar.tl er and Wall: left halves, White . u Wilson; right halves, ('room and Fee:? fail backs. Lassiter and Brad i. ,:.i Myers. Mate and Appalachian. * J 'hift the great offensive wea : football teams coached by '• - Dmr men, is nearing perfcc ’he State College football v a:.i will probably be used m >re f- the Wolfpack than last * • F Iteese. however, remem "" many penalties that w?re '• : ’ » his men last year for shlft i f «st The rule requires a one -« i halt. Speed and deception will i :,> 'l against the Mountaineers to '■ i ight Should the Pack take r.e air the passing combination of t\ Jrhnson to Lawrence McCulley • s.:re to see action. Both are lirrht : -ophomores. The duty of calling s «■ •- for the Waif pack to start the *. -n - will be given to Bob McQurge, : quarterback from Salisbury vr *op* the scale at 185. What Mope ’ . -«ry fullback, and *Allen Bai.ey - Bo Bohannon, half backs, will pig skin luggers is a big ques- Smith and Reese say their squad ? : good condtiion. but believe it «- i tough assignment in beating re Mountaineer clan tomorrow night. Duke and Davkhoa >’.’.l cloaking their movements in oeepest secrecy .the Davidson Wild a*> airived in Durham this afternoon ; 'heir opener at Duke stadium to . :row with Wallace Wade’s Blue o iN. I-ittle is known about the team ' arhes Doc Newton and Gene Mc- E et will present against Duke as •>v make their debuts as Big Five c> _ aches. Davidson practices have been -r. .! locked gates and the two > hes aren't talking”. The game ~ rxpected to be one of the closest i * hard fought of the 1932 Big Five -■■•■paign. Both teams have been k*y r>» a high pitch during the thiee of fall training and are ready ■i. ike their bows. A feeling of keen ■ ipat n»n pervades the Duke catn * on the eve of the pre-season open «■ A r.ig pep meeting is scheduled to ’* '.rid tonight. Athletic officiate are «*!'*• *ing one of the largest crowds in attendance at a Duke opener te on hand when the whistle - t.ds at 230 o’clock. Probable start - are <Duke reading first in order), ff’ ends, Roseiter or James and Mor left tackles, Crawford and Wag ■ *-i left guards, Means or Shock and Mutual Insurance In Strong Mutual Companies Quality Protection Operated For Benefit of Policy Holders Spells DIVIDENDS On Expiring Policies W. C. CATES Licensed Local Agent—Henderson, N. 0. Rivee or Hand, centers. Sink and Cap tain Gardner; right guards, Andrews and Ogden; right tackles. Porecca and Whitfield ;'right ends, Rogers and Morris; quarterbacks, Ershler and Mackorell; left halves, L&ney and Mills; right halves, Brownlee and Pearce; and fullbacks. Captain Mason and Peabody or Caiton. Sfajjidjh£s PIEDMONT LEAGUE Championship Final C *“ b W. L. P<* Greensbor 0 4 3 Charlotte 3 4 409 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. P-* Chicago 89 63 . 586 Pittsburgh 84 66 . 560 Brooklyn 80 72 . 526 Philadelphia 77 73 .513 Boston 76 76 . .500 St. Louis 70 80 . 46? New York 69 81 .460 Cincinnati 59 93 . 388 AMERICAN LEAGUE a«* w. 1- Peg New York 105 46 . 695 Philadelphia 93 58 .616 Washington 91 60 . 603 Cleveland 85 64 . 570 Detroit 72 74 .493 St. Louis 62 87 . 416 Chicago 48 100 . 324 Boston *2 109 .278 PIEDMONT LEAGUE Greensboro 10; Charlotte 6. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 8; Philadelphia 7. Washington 4; Boston 2. No others played. / NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 7; New York 2. 1 t Pittsburgh 7; Chicago 0. St. Louis 8; Cincinnati 5. No others played. Todafffolmesl AMERICAN LEAGUE Washington at Philadelphia. Chicago at Cleveland. New York at Boston. * NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh at St. Louis. HENDERSON, (N. C.,) DAILY DISPATCH FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, IMS For Respective Battles Tomorrow Local Team Called To Blackboard Bulldogs Have Scrim mage Called Off On Account Os Rainy Weather Only a blackboard drill was had yesterday by the Henderson high echool football squad with the after noon scrimmage session called off on o» C Kr U e t „° f rain The b °y s h *ve an her full week of woric ahead of them before they meet their first opponlh*. A team composed of Watkins and Davis, ends; Loughlin and Scoggins, tackles; Langston or Sustare and Grissom, guards; Turner, center; W. Scoggins, quarter, Rogers and J. Mills halves, and Green, full; has been get ting the call for the first string in the early practices being held and this team was supposed to be the first team in the scrimmage session that was carded for yesterday. The reserve strength of the local eleven will be good with a number of these men seeing action in the coming contests as well ass giving the men on the first string a hard time hold ing their places. Before next Friday, there may be some changes in the local’s lineup due to the improvement that the boys in the second string are showing and maybe some of hte vets on the team will warm the bench for a a while if they do not deliever the goods to the new mentor.’ Assistant Coach Merritt is here and is aiding in rounding the team into shape. Champion's Reward B3 ; B wBUttOBHrY 1 • i i., v • . Vtm mm ■HHilli y\. • H The first to congratulate Charlie Grimm, manager of the Chicago Cube, on their cinching the pennant for tne National League by defeat ing the Pittsburg Pirates, was Mrs. Charlie, his wife. Here she is say ing it with a big hug. And doet Charles look sore? Don’t be sil! Wade’s “Ace. In The Bole?” i JR [ K■■ * ~ IffmiMtilllSlilii iBL 1 1 i % mi 11.,, MMmk T §JJ jjKflEjk^^Hr - ' •• v " ,rv *aßw* •* * •• ' w :^/: This lad may be Coach Wallace Wade’s “ace in the hole” for the open* 0r with Davidson at Duke stadium Sat urday afternoon. He is Bab Ooac. full YANKS SQUEEZE VKTQRYOVER A’S Jimmy Foxx Hat Great Day At Bat and Gets Two Homers That Total 56 Philadelphia/ Sept. 23 (AP)—Jim mie Foxx ha'd a day at bat that re sembled scene of the great feats of Babe Ruth, whose place as Home Run King he has usurped, but the Athletics couldn’t hold the big lead he gave them and the New Yon YYankees came from behind to take a ten ihning decision, Bto 7. The Ya ri ks won 14 of the 22 games with the A’s during the season. Foxx smashed his 55th home run with the bases full In the third in n ing and his 56th in the seventh frame with no one aboard. The two wallops gave the A’s a 7-3 load and gave Foxx a tie with Hack Wilson for second place among the major league home ru n hitters of all time just four blows behind Ruth's 1927 record of 60. The Yanks began their.comeback in the eighth, also using the home nm route. With two out Byrd singled and Gehrig slammed his 33rd homer over the right field wall. A hit by Lazzeri, Rufflng’s pinch single a n d Chapman’s double netted a third run. Hoag tied the score in the ninth by lining a homer over the rtgnt field wall. Drewry News By MRS. HENRY B. WHITE. The friends of Mrs. Rosa Lee Ar rington will regret to learn of her death on September 21, 1932 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Walston. She Is survived by the following children, Mrs. R. T. Walston, Mrs. Shade Hill, of Drewry, Mrs. Sam Cur rln of near Raleigh, Eunice and Mor ton Arrington,* of Drewjry, Bob Ar rington of near Boydton, Coley Ar ring-ton of Henderson and Jack Ar rington. The funeral services were held at Rock Spring church, near Townsville and were in charge of Rev. P. D. Woodall. The active pallbearers were Messrs. Hope Bullock, John Wilson, J. C. Stabler, Floyd Fleming, H. E. Brewer, Thomas Paschall. Honorary pallbearers were her granddaughters and little daughter, Margaret. Mrs. OJUe Kntsley of Roanoke Rapids is’ the guest of ner mother, Mrs. Shade Hill and her aunt, Mrs. R. T. Walston. * Frances Perry Wilson left on Thurs day to enter State College, Raleigh. Henry B. White, Edmund White and Walter Boyd, Frances Boyd and Ethel Newell tof Towns\|llle, spent Wednesday in Oxford and Roxboro. Miss Alice B. White of the Zeb Vance faculty left on Wednesday for her school near Kittrell. Miss Alma Kffmb&ll who teaches at Dabney left on Wednesday for her school. v Mr 3. Lawrence Setxer of Jackson town, spent Wednesday night with friends in Drewry. , Miss Nancy White of Raleigh who spent several days last Veek with Miss Nena White left Wednesday for Mid dleburg to take up her duties as a teacher in the school there. Wallace and Walter White spent Thursday afternoon with their grand mother, Mrs. N. D. Boyd, near Towns ville. Enthusiasm without fanaticism, in dependence without anarchy, suffi cient human nature to make one a weak and loveable mortal—this is true genius. back, a junior college product, and has been doing brilliant work in the Duke training oanp. -- - Saturday Sehmfali »■■■ ■ FOOTBALL ■' — 1 Stlanbf, Sapt 24 ■■ ■ 1 j EAST Sow Team ' ttSt Score Albright vi West Chaster DNP Alfred vs. Defiance DNP Amherst va Colby DNP Baltimore va Shenandoah DNP Bates va Arnold 2-0 Colgate va Bt Lawrence 46-0 Columbia va Mtddlebury 61.0 Cornell va buffalo DNP Dartmouth va Norwich 66-6 Franklin-Marsh, va Moravian DNP Orove City va Olenvtllo * DNP Holy Crow vs. New River' DNP Lehigh va Drexel DNP Maine va Rhode Island 7-8 Manhattan va St. Bonavent. DNP Maryland va Wash. College 18-0 Maas. State va Cooper Union. 60-0 Pittsburgh va Ohio Northern DNP Rutgers va Providence 19-0 Syracuse va Clarkson / DNP Thiel va Morris Harvey. DNP Vdton va Long Island DNP Termont va St. Michael DNP Vtllanova va Urslnus DNP Westminster em. Slippery Rock 6-0 Williams va Rochester. 18-6 SOUTH Alabama va Southwestern DNP Bowling Green va Evansville DNP Centenary va Henderson DNP Centre va Westminster DNP Chattanooga vs. Tennessee DNP Citadel va Ersklne 12-6 Clemson va Presbyterian 0-0 Duke vs. Davidson 0-0 Emory-Henry va Elon 20-14 y.entucky va Virginia Mlllt JO-12 Louisiana vs. Texas Christian 0-8 ><■ Carolina va Wake Forest 87-0 K. Car State va Appalachian DNP Oglethorpe va Howard DNP P >uth Carolina vs. Sewanee DNP Vanderbilt vs. Mercer DNP Virginia va Hamp.-Sydney DNP Virginia Poly va Roanoke DNP Wash. * Lee va Geo. Wash DNP Wllliam-Mary va Rand.-Macon 9-2 \ SOUTHWEST Arkansas va Hendrix 19-0 New Mexico Aggies va Qlla 46-0 N Mexico Mil. va Bth Cavalry 46-0 Rice va Kingsville 37-0 Texas va Daniel Baker DNP Texas Tech va Texas A 4 M„ DNP CONE ON BOYS The DEPRESSION Is Over Roosevelt or Hoover Will Be Elected in November One Million, Three Hun dred Sixty Eight Thousand Nine Hundred Thirty Dol lars, Sixty Eight Cents ($1,368,930.68) To loan on First Mortgage on Corbitt Trucks Prices Range from $790.00 to $10,000.00 The Corbitt Co. Henderson, N. C. Write or Call W. Z. BUSH, L. L. TERRY, Bland Hotel, 1937 East Bth, St., Raleigh, N C. Charlotte, N. C. W. B. PAYNE, Greensboro, N. C. Box SSI MID-WEST Homs Team ffff Jtaetw Akron va Ohio State Reserves *-88 August ssa va Buena Vista DNP Bowl. Green va Bald. Wallace 6-0 Carle too va Stevens PoUtt DNP Carthage va Shurileff ~ 6-14 Case va Hinun 62-6 Chicago va Monmouth DNP Cincinnati va Hanover DNP Columbia Col va Cedar Falls 0-19 Crane va DeKalb DNP DePaul va 8t Viator DNP Elmhurst va Milwaukee 10-4 111. Wesleyan va Carboadale DNP lowa B tale va Simpaoa 6-0 Kalamazoo vs. Manchester DNP Kahatnoxoo Teach, va Hope. DNP Luther va Coe * DNP Mankato va Stout 0-7 Marquette va Lawrence , 39-0 Michigan State vs. Alma 74-9 Missouri Mines va Pitt Teach., 19-7 Momingside va West. Union 31-6 Muskingum va Waynes burg DNP Normal vs. Illinois Military DNP Ohio va. Rio Grande DNP O. Wesleyan va Wilmington DNP Parsons va Chill Icothe DNP River Falls vs. Macalester DNP Rose Poly va Oakland City 19-7 St Cloud vs Hamline 7-13 St- John vs Bt. Paul-Luther 31-6 St Norbert vs Oshkosh 0-3 Sioux Falls vs. Sheldon DNP Superior vs. Marquette Teach., 67-0 Tahlequah vs. Mo. Teach. DNP Winona va La Crosse 6-» MOUNTAIN Idaho va Whitman 3J-7 Nevada vs. Monmouth DNP, N. Dakota vs. Moorhead DNV 8. D Mines vs. Spearflsh DNP 8. Dakota State va Aberdeen. 19-0 Springfield va Norfolk 0-1 i Utah State va Idaho DNp PACIFIC COAST California vs. Santa Clara 0-0 Chico va San Fran. Teach DNP 1 bigot Sound va Pacific Luther 20-0 Fresno va Ban Diego DNP San Francisco va Stanford DNP Southern California va Utah DNP UCLA va California Aggie* DNP Washington va Uonzaga DNP Wash. State va Idaho Collage 41-0 PAGE SEVEN PATS TIE PENNANT BY CHAPMAN’S AID Wins All Four Games For Greensboro While Lyle Gets Bees* Losses Greensboro, Sept. 23 (AP)—Ths Greensboro Patriots won the Piedmont League pennant here last night by defeating the Charlotte Hornets, 10 o 8 in the seventh game of the series. Eddie Chapman. Grensehoro right handed speed ball artist, won al. four games for Greensboro in the series, while Lyle, of the Hornets was charg ed with all of Gharlotte’a losses. The pitching winner in Charlottes three victories was Lefty Mar:ln. PIRATESDOWNCUBS IN THIRD STRAIGHT Win Gives The Bucs 13 Vic tories Against Nine Loss es With Leaders Chicago, Sept. 23 (AP)-The Pitts burgh Pirates made it thre in n row over the chamiplon Cuba, taklnp the fipal game of the aeries yesterday, 7 to 0. Young Hal Smith, purchased from Kansas City, gave the Bruins but six hits. The win gave the Bucli 13 vic tories against nine losses for the sea son with Chicago. In tlte sixth inning, Paul Waner doubled to right for his 59th wto-ba*e hit of the season, thus tying Chuch Klein’s National League record. YOU CAN FIND YOUR FAVORITE j MAGAZINE—DAY OB NIGHT AT I WARTMAN’S PHARMACY. M-W^F.