OCR Interpretation

Henderson daily dispatch. (Henderson, N.C.) 1914-1995, September 28, 1932, Image 3

Image and text provided by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library, Chapel Hill, NC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn91068401/1932-09-28/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for PAGE THREE

■pen Brennan Allows Four
I Hits As Mates Swamp
Minneapolis By 11.0
■ irk. N\ J . Sept. 28 (AP)— Don
■jf.r .irs ft)ur-h.t pi-'hlr.g backed by
K.| h. ' .r.jC and r,.m«ir*v e spud on
WL hues. xave the Newark Bears
of :.he Intemat'onal Lea-
Wft * 11 to 0 triumpn ov. .■ Minnea-
K!’ ti tht opening of the Little
Hjr.v J Series yesterday.
■ p -r r.an. ace right-hander who won
during the regular campaign
■»,< n complete control of tn«» situa
■vr. LI ’he way and pLched far better
1-r was necessary to w.n.
I H * mates, led by Catcher Charlie
1 u if-ascs. pounded foui Mil'er \etc-
hits and three bases
■j rheir rnrmp to the lead in th* cla.s.c
Uj -he double “A" leagues.
I Preary weather kept down the at
■er iir.ce to about 8.000. Tomorrow •
■ fine .-f the series is to be played at
Itfkt •
I > ” r ’* R H K
|| n:;eapolis 000000 000 - 0 4 1
|p«ark 120 302 21x—11 16 1
I P.vun. Vangllder. Benton. Hill and
IJ.. h .srds: Brennan and Harg t eaves.
Become Champions of South
By Defeating Beaumont
By 7 to 3 Score
Cha’tanooga, SepV 28 < Al*) —The
Chat’anocga Lookouts / became the
"imptu.ii of the lru.lt y-»:erda> ty
fefeating BenumoiL. Texas League
r-r.nant winners 7 • > > tc take the
7 xse series four gam s u oic.
was the # ourlh str_'«.' i victory
>• the Southern A*s. ..-Satin ehnni
: ms, Be.-umon hav.-i» w. n the first
* 1 me played in '£...*•# L»: Tuesday
! r o 0. X .
\ ••stert.ay's was k he third victory In
series lor Ah'xan • i Ked’ McCcll
Lookout ace rlghirl;a"'le’
The game was played on a field
h*avy from two days of Intermittent
rs.n and a poor crowd, unofficially
e'timated at 2.500 attended.
Score by innings: R H E
Beaumont 200 000 010— 3 5 2
Chattanooga ... 000 240 lOx—7 12 2
Goldstein. Collier and Reiber; Mc-
Coll and Bolton.
Cleveland, Sept. 28 (AP)—Roger
Prcklngpaugh. will manage the Cleve
land Indians for his sixth consecu‘iv**
year with Bib Falk, pilot of the Toledo
Mud Hens Hhis season, as his assistr
tnt .
Announcement o* JJeckmgpaugh’s
re’*ntkm and appointment of Falk as
coach was made In a teles.-am receiv
ed fro mAhra Bradley, p.ejiJent of the
Indians, shortly after his arrival In
New York yesterday to attend tJie
world series. Details were not dis
Decision of the IndiaiM* directorate
’o stand by Peckingpaugh. whost
t‘ams have never finish-.d lower than
fourth after bis first you ar manager.
• ided rumors that a change would be
N. C. Btate College
Richmond University
Richmond, Va.
October Ist
$1.50 Round Trip $1.50
Tirkri* sold for oil trains September
3th —October Ist
limited returning from Richmond
prior to midnight following Tutsdaj
allowed—baggage checked
and honored in pel I man cars ui
payment of pullman fare
For Information See Agent
1932 City Tax Book I
Ready I
V/2% Discount I
If Paid In September I
1 Percent Discount If Paid In October
City Os Henderson I
I 1
Yankees Are Favorites In
Championship Battles
New York. Sept,. 28 (AP)—ln a set
ting that may lack its customary jam
and jubilee, unless the weather and
box-office conditions take a quick turn
for the better, the batiilc for world
»ei ies baseball “gold u’td glory” will
start today for the puii.,s e of deter
mining whether the New York Yan
kees have the power to overthrow the
hushing Chicago Cubs.
for reasons not quite clear to the
innocetn bystanders, the Yankees will
go into their seventh w, rid scries at
least 2 to 1 favorites to bring the big
banner bac kto the American League!
despite the well-known illness of their
biggest batting threat. Babe Huth.
and the lately shakiness of
their pitching staff.
If it s power alone that establishes
(be New Yorkers so ftrm'y as pre-se
ries favorites, the Cubs feel convinced
they have the speed, pitching craft and
fighting spirit! to offset it.
The Opening Outlook
Aside from all the inevitable argu
ments before the hattie, however, the
salient prospects ar e for a pitching
All Stars Triumph Over
Sluggers By Score 6 To 5
Larkin lead the All-Stars to a 6, to,
5 victory over the O’Neil Sluggers
yesterday afternoon at League Park
ip the first game of the Charity Series
for the Clark Street P. T. A., get
ting four hits, two doubles ami two
singles, out of four trips to the plate.
The All Stars opened their scoring
in the first frame with two runs off
Gene Bowen but the Sluggers went
one ahead in their half on two walks
and three safeties and added two
more in the third to get a three run
lead on the City League stars.
The City team scored two runs in
the fourth and Bill Payne relieved A.
Finch o nthe mounl and held the
Sluggers scoreless through the remain
ing four frames while the Stars were
adding another brace of runs in the
sixth to win.
Larkin and Baity were the hitting
stars of the City team while Mitchell
was the only Slugger to get more than
one bingle.
Garland Harris, who relieved Bowen
in the fourth was charged with the
Second Game Thursday.
The second game of the three game
series for charity will be played
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock at
League Park and a good crowd is ex
pected to be out to see the game.
duel between Guy Bush of the Cubs
and Charley tße<l) Ruffing of the
Yankees for Hhe opening game, show
ery weather and a turnout of cash cust
l omers not likely to exceed 40.000, un
less there is an unexpected last-minute
| “Break” in the weather and a conse
quent rush for the turnstiles.
Box-office conditions were not im
i proved by yesterday's cold, dismal out
look. The rain and chilly weather
kept the Cubs, who arrived at 10 a.
! m., as well as the Yankees, from rlsk
-1 ing their muscles In any workouts at
the Yankee Stadium.
Unless there Is something more than
a shower, however, today’s opener will
go on at 1:30 p. m., with Major Jos
eph V. McKee tossing out the f'rst bad
and a notable crowd, Including Speak
er Gamer, assembled along the side
lines. even H* the big American Lea
gue park is away short of itu capaciqy
of 69,000 customers.
If a postponement is nececse ated, the
series getaway will be put back in
Thursday, with the second game here
Friday and the opening of the three
game set in Chicago starting Sunday.
Manager Baity’s choice for the All-
Stars hurler for Thursday lies be
tween Larkin and C. Finch with C.
Finch probably getting the call.
All Stars Ab R H E
Houff cf 3 l i i
Terrell if 4 2 1 0
Larkin 2b 4 l 4 0
Goodiwin 3b 4 0 1 0
Baity ss 4 0 2 1
C. Finch r s 4 0 0 0
Holloway c 4 0 0 1
Payne lbp 4 1 0 0
A. Finch plb 11 0 0
Totals 32 6 9 3
Sluggers Ab R H E
Scoggins ss 2 0 10
H. Fox If 2 0 0 0
Maynard 2b ss 4 1 2 0
B. Kelly 3b 3 1 2 0
Hamm c... 3 1 0 0
Mitchell Lb 3 2 0 2
J. B. Fox cf .....3 0 0 0
Clopiton rs... 2 0 1 0
Bowen p 2 0 0 0
Harris p 2 0 0 0
Rogers 2b 1.... 1 0 0 0
Totals 28 5 6 3
Score by innings: R
All Etars 200 202 o—6
Sluggers 302 000 o—s
Vanderbilt Is Rated With
Alabama And Tennessee
In Race For Crown
Chapel Hill, Sept. 28.—The Vander
bilt invasion of Carolina here next
Saturday will bring to Kenan Stadium
a team Chat ia rated aa high aa any
club for the Southern Conference
The teams that so far have been
awarded the best chance of winning
the Southern crown are Vanderbilt,
Alabama, Tennessee, Tulane and Au
.Roberta scored three touchdowns in
the opening game with Mercer, and
will be one of the hardest men Caro
lina's forwards will be called on to
catch and stoj> this year, <
CQnjbination To Carry Add.
od Threat of Pasting? At
tack; Offense Better
Durham, Sept. 28.—The Blue Devils
of Duke will probably show a new
backfield combination spiced with an
aerial attack when they take the field
against V. M. I. at “Lexington, Va.,
Saturday in their first 1932 conference
game .
The ball-carrying quartet which has
had the call in the Duke camp this
week is composed of two sophomores
and two veterans. Captain Lowell
Masqn has been shifted to Nick Laney
halfback post with Bob Cox, soph,
taking over the fullback duties. Cor
ky Cornelius, another soph, has been
running at flank back in place of
John Brownlee. Artie Ershler, the vet
eran blocking back, is the only mem
ber of last week's starting crew re
maining at his old post.
That change was made by Coach
Wallace Wade in an effort to Improve
the Duke running attack. The new
backfield crew been equipped with
plenty of passes which ar? expected
to be cut loose against the Cadets if
the offensive fails to function as it did
against Davidson for two periods in
the opener last week.
(Continued from Page One.)
ernor Gardner had planned to accom
pany them, but had'Ho remain here
because of a previous engagement.
Dr. Morrison declined to reveal how
much money the State would ask for
in making its request for a loan to
day. It had not been decided whether
the State would ask for a lump sum
at the present time large enough to
take care of th estimated needs of
the State from now until December
31, or whether it would seek only
enough to take care of immediate
needs in a few localities, he said be
fore leaving, last night. Since the R.
F. C. has made it a policy so far to
make loans only for needs from 30 to
60 days ahead, it was regarded as
doubtful if this State could secure
more than enough funds to take care
of its most necessary relief work ti.
now until October 31.
There is a possibility that instead
of agreeing to lend the amount of
relief money asked by this State, that
the R. F. C. will instead merely allot
a certain sum as the maximum this
State can expect for at least the next
60 days. Morrison said. If this is the
case and the amount is less than ask
ed for, it will then be necessary to
stretch this amount as far as It wii
go and get along with it .regardless of
the needs.
It U hoped however, that when this
State’s case has been presented to the
Reconstruction Finance Corporation,
with all the surrounding facts as to
the amoun tof relief work already
done in the State by local units and
private contributions, that it will be
possible to obtain the amount asked
for. Various estimates place the
amount needed through December 31
at from 11,500,000 to 32.000,000.
(Continued from Page One.)
laying the State’s relief needs before
the Reconstruction Finance Corpora
Perhaps the most immediate and im
portant task before the executive
committee is the selection of a presi
dent for the consolidated University
of North Carolina. This task was de
legated to the executive committee by
the board of trustees at its first meet
ing, despite efforts of a few mem
bers of the board to secure a separate
committee for this work. The commit
tee must also select three vice-presi
dents of the University, with one vice
president presiding over each of the
three institutions.
It Is more or less conceded that Dr.
Frank Graham, at present president
of the Chape! Hill unit of the Uni
versity. will be selected as the presi
dent of the consolidated university. It
is also generally believed that Dr.
E. C. Brooks, now president of State
College, will be selected as one of the
vice presidents in charge of the State
College unit and that Dr. J. I. Foust,
president of the College for Women
in Greensboro, will be named the vice
president to be in charge of that unit.
World Series Vet
S' -IM-- ' .M ■"
Meet a real baseball fan in the per
son of “Matty” Golden of Saybrook,
Conn. He has attended every fame
of every worhl aeries since their in
ception In 1903. Mr. Golden, who
has seen many famous players come
and go, think* “Babe” Roth is the
greatest in the history of aU
If JhSSBk JgSK,, . |JHh
k gg - k a| RU
3p j ■■ ■ *, „
I ■ BwKMjy"- - i —■■ -, fcjiib* y.i.i My'- Jfl
This remarkable picldre show 3 tne
scene as Mickey Walker wa3 eliml
nated as a contender for the heavy-
Caught with the Goods
th ? tun. of 12.0 .. Berkeley, Cal. (JuWlnc.'of SI C
b* ll .) *hown as he was tackled by Slavich and* Danz of Sanu
during an attemnt to crash through the line in the third auaJter!
Facts About Teams Now
Battling World Series
By The Associated Press
Contestants—New York Yuikees
Arhdricaiv league champions, vs.
Chicago Cubs, National league
Managers—Joe McCarthy, Yan
! kees and Charley Grimm, Cubs.
Condltio.is—Best four out of seven
Schedule—First game, Yankee
Stadium, today; second game,
Yankee stadium, Thursday; third
fourth and fifth games. Oct. 1,2,
and 3 at Wrtgley field, Chicago
sixth at Yankee stadium, Oct 5
and 6.
Postponements—The teams will
remain In Which ever city they
happen to be until they play the
games scheduled for that city,
dates for later games being shifted
Time of games—l:3o p. m.
standard eastern time at New York
No speculation has been heard here
as to who may be named vice presi
dent of the Chapel Hill unit of the
Other important tasks before the
executive committee have to do with
completing the consolidation of va
rious departments not yet definitely
decided upon.
Coolidge Head
Os Committee to
Study Railroads
New York. Sept 28 (AP)—A non
partisan committee of five prominent
men, headed by former President Cal
vin Coolidge, today set about a study
at the financial position of the na
tion’s railroads.'
Sponsored by 31 banking and in
surance organizations and universities,
the commission will recommend me
thods of strengthening transportation
lines, and will attempt to mobilize
sentiment on behanf of a remedial
legislative program to be placed be
fore Congress.
New York, Sept. 28 (AP)—Execu
tives of the leading railroads of the
country expect to meet here next
Wednesday to consider President
Hoover’s request for a postponement of
their move for a 20 per cent reduc
tion in rail workers’ basic wages until
the end of the year, tt was said ir rail
road circles today. __
weight title. It u the first of two
knockdowns in the eighth round as
Max Schmeling battered his game lit
central time at Chicago.
Probable attendance today—4o,-
006 capacity of stadium, 69,000.
Probable first game batteries—
For Yankee*, RnfO.ig and Dickey;
for Cubs, Bush and Hartnett.
Weather forecast for today—
Probably showers, moderate tem
perature .
Umpires—William J Kletm and
George M. Markerkuth, National
League; William Dinner® and Boy
Van Graflan, American league.
(Bureau of Food&Sanitation)
Vcu end Health*
bachelor stff&a
Adolphe MENJOU
In additioi uo our regular program— sSwf'^Ja?'''
Official pictures of— In9Spl|Rp *
Max Schmeling and Jack Sharkey rijKc
World’s Heavyweight Champion- pIBRjPI&IF
ship Boat y|j|d^W
Added Comedy: “Many A Sip"
Matinee 10-25 c; Night 1»-S5c VHf
Ralph Bellamy TODAY Roscoe Ates
—in— lA. Comedy:
Coming: Saturday—Tom Mix In “TEXAS BAD MAN"
Monday and Toeaday: Will Bogen> tat “DOWN TO EARTH*’
, ,
tie opponent into semi consciousness.
The bout was witorsj.-1 fc? Wjpr*) wno
packed Madison Square Gardeh Bowl.
Iniw York, for the thriuir.
Carolina Coaches Regard
Foes As Big Test For
Year 4 s Eleven
Chapel Hill. Sept. 28.—With the im
portant Vanderbilt game just around
the comer, Chuofc Collins, head foot
ball coach at the University of North
Carolina, began to bear down on
heavy work for his charges today.
Headed by their great backfield
star, Dixie Roberts. Vanderbilt will
bring to Kenan Stadium Saturday a
team averaging 195 pounds in the line
and 175 in the backfield.
The Commodores are rated among
the Conference favorites this year.
Harry Hodges, tackle, and Kxy
Thompson, halback. were the only
Carolina casualties in the Wake For*
est game Saturday .and both of them
will be ready Saturday, but Coach
Collins figures that hte Tar Heels
need a lot of blocking practice this
week to prevetn the offense from beg
ging when in as it did
against Wake Forest.
. The coaches and players hardly see
how Vanderbilt can put out a much
better defensive line than the Dea
cons presented in Kenan Stadium last
Saturday, but the Commodores
also have a great running attack and
it is a certainty that Carolina will
have to polish its blocking so it will
not touchdowns enough to match the
Vanderbilt harvest.
Political Clujbs
May Come to State
Raleigh. Sept. !w. --Plans alw’ under
way for the formation in tm near
future of two political clubv among
the' students of State College. Btat4
and local officials of the Young Demo
crats of America and the Rooeevelt-
Garaer clubs are interested In form
ing student organizations on the cam
pus. No talk has yet been heard from
the Republicans in the student body
but it is expected that they too will
organize before the November

xml | txt