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Wake County Rivals To Meet In Annual Classic Neither Team's Goal Line Has Been Crossed This Sea son; Devils Welcome Alumni With Old Liner Tilt As Feature Os Reception \ r ji ('aifhni States undefeated V fpaek tomorrow starts its drive for Hor.ets xltin it plays Wake For . undefeated Demon Deacons on R.Jd i k f.eld at 2 30 as a feature of ..... >• i>- Fair and Home Conrung Day j s.ate College The S'age for an n r’lng «nd close game was set week. Wake Forest rolleu to a v.ear cut t»-»> win over a much favor ,a of South Carolina and > i> ivn inued is v.clorious march ,;:i i s.A'hing 13-0 wm over Clem en H<".h \v;ns added prestige to • IV icon? and Wolves. Wake For , ,i>> claim to one of the strongest iet-r.'tv- temts in the state and - i t’ coll* gr one of the best offensive ( ah.' Neither team's goal line has fettLng the ques'ion of \\ ik- Fitests claim and also dis , d- rVr.-.ve strength on part of •i- Woifpnck State has counted 60 -, t .n ’hive games and Wake Kor -ix r. two games. Hi* big qu-j --: n morrow >-t will the Kapt'st line b- sb.- to hold the 'Pack bacw^? Durham. Oct 13 Coach Wallace W id** .s ir.st ucttng his Blu- Di vils wk to watch the ball and watch • carefully when they go up against »he Oxi l-.ners of Maryland in the ~U m n: horn?-coming gome a* Duke odium Satutda> The Old Lint rs w-l’ pie>ent one of the most deceptive j offensive attacks ever seen in this - Saturday. Using basketball ac • - "he Maryland backfield has <i -\-t**m -f .'hurt presses, single, double •»r<l 'r.pio passes, both lateral and f.r* i d and : system of single and doub.e faking in handling ball. Li»; year three menvbMs of Main land.- Sou'hern Championship basket ba.i <um were in the backfield and the .»nie eni is in use this seasciy Tne B at 1 Devils will be In better con dition fr>: this encounter than they were for the last game. Nick Laney Dukes tripie threat halfback, will re turn to I he team and Nick Porret:". »nd H Amlrarws, * fine-men. will fuve n.ui tune to heal up their bruis .< r«. handicapped - theca against Auburr. Pians are being niade Dy th-- iier.ts at Duke to have tht* ;-rj;ap-meetjig In the history of •hf -cr..«>; Friday night in pitpara '.uc for he some-coming of the alumni Chap* H Oct. 13 -Worried over the p> <iov loss of Harry Hodges, 'aek.e .vara-art. due to a twisted ankle t’arni.na :< redoubling tts work on pe?- and line defense, but is also paying considerable attention to Im pr-'Vtng th- blocking and interfer '-.ce-run ring for the Georgia geme b Athens Saturday. INTRODUCING “ FRANK CARIDEO " 'O dir de vrtAs -mile* x UjE } / seveaeo au~ (W ij/ JP. \ AwefticAo * uiAibe puy/414- at WHYf It i* used in thirty-three dtf ferent states, and in 14 foreign » countries. COUPONS 1 OCTAGON SOAP COUPONS \ I The Tar Heels' passing attack click- I ed fairly well against Tennesje* lasi, j Saturday. Wlhat Coach CoUlns wants j now j* better blocking and better i broken-lfaeld since Georgia's 34-25 game with Tu huic that any team that beats Geor gia is go mg to have to do tt by th* wide-open method of out-scoring i Georgia j Johnny Phipps, Johnny Daniel and one or two of th* young-*- backs have b,en looking much better In scrim ' mage this but Coae'n Collins will continue to shift and uipl'rlOMtnt with , the ball carriers this afietWon prior to picking the combinations he thinks will run. block and click best togeth er against Georgia. The Carolina line has been perform ing splendidly and consis entiv every game, with Underwood at center, Barclay at guard and Walker at end doing most of the starring. Its strength as a unit would be much les soned. however 11 injuries kept the powerful Hodges out at left tackle. MAJOR SASSE WILL TAKE OLD DUTIES West Poinf- N. Y . Oct. 13 (AP) Maor Ralph Irvine Sesse head coach of Army football since 1930. will re turn t» active duty next year and will be replaced at West Point by Lieu tenant Garrison "Gar” Davidson, it was announced yesterday by Maor Phillip B. Fleming, graduate manager of athletics. Major Sa»?e'.s four year detail at the military academy will end in June and the change is one of routine order | in th* army. ; Lieut. Davidson's designation.” it was explained "is a continuance of the West Point football policy of uti lizing the services of officers on thr active list of the regular army who are graduates of the military academy ard former Army playvs.” The new head coacn was graduated' from the academy in 1327 and was a member of the varsity squad for three years. This season he is head coach of the j Plebe squad. APPARENTLY BYRD WANTS DUKE SCALP i Durham. Oct. 13.—Coach Curley | Byrd of Maryland apparently is an | xious to defeat Duke Saturday, i against V. P. I. last week after the Gobblers had made their touchdowns early in the game, he removed his best players to save them for the Blue 1 Devils. HENDERSON, (N.C..) DAILY DISPATCH -THURSDAY OCTOBER 13 mg l DEAB BALL RULE IS GAINING COMMENT Not Pleated With Effects; Officials Thought It Helpful N«w York, Oct. 13 (AP)-if the foot ball rules committee has gone farther than necewary i* eliminating from the 1932 code features it fell were largely responsible for the unusual toll of and tajurtes last fall, then the «port has the assurance of WliUam S ■Langford secrotary of the committee that revision wiM be considered seri- Oli&ly • | ®ut despite the fact! that an receivt ly as two moniths ago coaches of the hig ten by vdtfc of 9 t 0 1 asked new "dead, hair he amen eked, it seems un cry for revision until next February likely that there will be any sustained from the master minds who howled They re ndnang the game” when the new rules were announced last winter. The request of Uhe big ten coaches, opposed only by Amos Alonzo Stagg. og Chicago, is the only direct action that hM> come to us." Langford said yed'etday after a. consensus of both coaches and officials to the Associat ed Pro* Indicated nation-wide ap proval of the new rules* except in minor Instances. ' “They asked that the rule declaring tbe ball dead automatically when any part of ithe ball carrier, except his hands and feet touch (tie ground, even though he is not Ln the grasp of a tackier be amended to read ‘except when the runner iis clearry ln the open' TAR BABIES FACING CAMPBELL ELEVEN Chape] Hill, Oct. 13.—Coaches How ard and Sapp will parade Carolina's Freshman material of 1932 and its prospective new varsity material of 1933 in a game with Campbell Col lege in Kenah Stadium here Satur day afternoon at 1 o'clock. The grid graph of the Carelina-Georgia var sity game Will follow immediately in Memorial Hall. The freshmen have been looking fairly good ln practice this week, but little Is known of the strength of the opposition Campbell College will af ford. foes respectTeft SIDE OF DUKE LINE Durham. Oct 13. —Duke foes are finding a hard time getting over the left side of the Blue Devil line. There's where they run into the powerful Freddie Crawford, tackle, and the knifing end, Pinkie James. James has improved as much this season as any man on the squad. All teams have the greatest respect for Crawford, who is making a strong bid for All-Southern honors this fall. FREETEXTBOOKS IDEA IS APPROVED Commission Endorses "Prin ciple 1 * and Hopes to Have Cost Figure* IMIlr Dlmatrk Karma, I» the Sir Walter Hetrl. ET J C. BASKKHVII.L. Raleigh. Oct. 13.—The principle of free textbooks in the elemntary schools, provided “a satisfactory and reasonable plan can be formulated to pay for these books, was unanimously approved by the State Textbook Com mission. which met here yesterdSy The commission did not suggest any method for financing the plan, nor did it refer any way in its report to the suggestion during the primary cam paign by Commissioner A. J. Max well for State rental of textbooks. No estimate has been made as >et as to how much free textbooks would cost the State, according to Dr. A. T. Allen, State superintendent of public instruction, although the commission was directed to go into this matter of cost and report its findings at the next meeting. Another meeting will be held within ten days or two weeks, at which time it is efpected the esti mates as to the cost will be made public. Dr. Allen said. It is generally agreed that the initial cost would run Into several millions of dollars and that the maintenance cost would pro bably be in excess of 31,000,000 a year for new books and replacements. The commission agrees with the charge made by psmmissioner Max well that many children are befng de prived of th/ full benefits of the edu cational opportunity offered in the schools because of not having and not being able to buy the necessary text books. t LEE ROBINSON DIES IN COUNTY HOSPITAL Lee Robtasom. 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Rotoineon, died this morn ing at file county hospital following a Hour day illness with high blood pres sure. He was employed by the local cotton mill*. Funeral service* will be h<*ld tomor momxw momtog at 11 o’clock from the residence and inOeiiuefU will be held at Poplar Creek, cemetery. Ser vices will be te charge of Rev. J. W. Davis, pastor of the North Henderson baptist church. The deceened is survived by his parents, two brothers. Coieam and Norman, a tod his sitter, Mary. Pallbearers laud not been selected. [thte - ; OLD LINER GUARD Lien* is one of those massive Maryland linemen who will be seen in action at Duke stadium Saturday as the Blue Devils meet Old Liners in tie annual home-coming day game. He is A1 Farrell, 204- pouiid guard. PRICE OF TOBACCO IS HOLDING FIRM i Average Hit* Along Toward 13 Cents For Two Days On Local Mart Tobacco prices held firm again to day on the Henderson market, with 74.424 pounds selling for 39,282.45 for an average of 312.47 per hundred. Yesterday's break .while somewhat larger, averaged only slightly better than today, that sale being 112,354 pounds for 314.152.40 at an average of 312.40 per hundred. Tobacco men are looking for heavy offerings tomorrow, as Is customary at the end of the week. The Henderson market is much stronger than a year ago. and grow ers *re pleased with the increased prices being paid for their crop. PROGRAM BRIEF ON ROOSEVELT'S VISIT j (Continued from Page one.) mal reception or program, it was pointed out. It is expected, however, that Gov ernor Roosevelt will make a short speech from the platform of his spe cial car and will.greet as many of his North Carolina friends as teh etime .will permit. It is presumed that the special train will come into the union station here and that hoset who wish to see ahd hear Mr. RooseVelt will have to' go to the station. Governor O. -Max "Gardner,"varidus State offi- i ciaki,' GbAljWMin J. Wallace Winborne. EssolubeMHi/ 5 THE “ESSO” OF MOTOR OILS •SSKSr.7 BON-TON Bulldogs Face Chapel Hill High of the State Democratic Executive Committee, and leading Democrats of this entire section are, of course, ex pected to be present to greet Mr. Roosevelt. ' * No efiort will be made to call in any of the candidates from their* cam paign speaking tours, it was said at headquarters today, although Robert R. Reynolds, the Democratic Candi date for the United States Senate, may be able to be present. He is ten tatively scheduled for a campaign speech in Stanly county on October 25, but may come to Raleigh instead. There is a feeling of disgppointment in Democratic circles here that Gov ernor Roosevelt could not arrange to stop for more than 15 minutes in Ra leigh. although they realize the dif ficulty of making many stops on a tour such as the one he will make. NO TUBERCULOSIS IN CATTLE FOUND Washington, Oct. 13. (API—No re actions showing tubercular infection were listed for North Carolina dur ing August as 1,598 head of cattle in 148 lots were given tuberculin tests, the United States bureau of animal husbandry, reported today. North Carolina is one of the nine states in the union shown as entrely accredited territory. There are now 670.806 head of cattle in the State which have been once-tested-free for tubercular infection and there are 10.619 head totally recorded as accre dited in the State. Ex-Manager Boyd Home. Archer Boyd, who is a former man ager of th? O'Neil Sluggers, returned to the city today from Lumberton, where he has been on that tobacco market for the past several weeks. Fot a hundred years Boston was a more Important port than New York. Bulldogs Get Scrimmage Before Tomorrow’s Game A stiff scrimmage session was given the high school Bulldogs yesterday for their final workout before meet ing Chapel Hill Friday in the Univer sity town. In yesterday's workout, two new faces were seen in the first string forward wall. Murat Kearney, tall, rangy lad, has replaced Grissom at the right guard position and Colin MacNalr is running on end in place of Davis. In the backfield. “Geeber" Watkins replaced "Ripper" Rogers who was out of the drills on account of an injured hand, but he is ex pected to occupy his regular halfback post In the game Friday. During the scrimmage yesterday, with the regulars chalking up two touchdowns over the reserves, Wa kins and Scoggins skirted the ends for several nice gains and looked 111 1 Friday Football L. , -Friday, Oct. 14. ..... INTERSECTIONAL RotlieTcdwi, 1931 Score Dutiuesne vs. Oglethorpe....... 6-0 i EAST Geneva vs. St Vincent DNP LaSalle vs. Gallaudet DNP Temple vs. Bucknell 0-0 MID-WEST Ashland vs. Muskingum .. 1.. .0-24 Auguatana vs. St. Ambrose’ ... .0-7 Bluffton vs. Bowling Green d-0 Emporia vs. Wichita .........0-2* Ft Hays vs. Washburn. 7-27 Haskell vs. Baker DNP Kearney vs. Wayne 0-13 Kirksville vs. Springfield.. . 0-* McPherson vs. Kansas Wesly. .0-47 Midland vs. Nebraska Wesly..6-21 Missouri Mines vs. Dri ry ... 13-0 Muncie vs. Oakland City ....DNP Nebraska Central vs. Y0rk....0.&7 Okla. A.-M. vs. Creighton 20-0 Okla. Baptist vs. Edmond... .13-19 Okla. Military vs. E. OkIa...DNP Ottawa vs. Bethel 24-0 Peru vs. Marysville J 6-12 Bt. Thomas v* St SfcLry......:. 0-0 Oshkosh vs. Platteville i 7-7 Superior vs. Stout 32-0 Upper lowa va Penn College.. .0-7 William Jewell va Central ... .7-12 Xavier va Dayton ~.7-7 SOUTH Clcmson vs. Erskine DNP Georgetown CoL va Marshall DNP Miami va Piedmont ~... DNP ' ’ Ozarks va Jonesboro ...DNP South Carolina vs. Wofford. ..DNP 8. W. Louisiana vs. Austin...DNP SOUTHWEST Austin va Howard Payne ....IS-7 Daniel Baker va Canyon ....40-19 Denton va. Abilene «-o El Paso va Simmons ...0-45 Texas Tech vs. Arizona DNP MOUNTAIN N. Dak. State va Okla City.. DNP S. Dakota Mines va Cbadron. .7-44 PACIFIC COAST * Ashland va Pacific U. .. i... .DNP Cal. Aggies vs. Pacific 20-2® . Idaho College v*. .Witl|a*iOttaMt-C0 - Occidental >s> -d)-Sl - i Ban Diego va Oat OwiMttn,. 127-6 PAGE THREE mighty good on the defense. Coward, a new man at the local school, is steadily improving at his guard posi tion and looks like he will be one of hte outstanding linesmen on the Bulldogs. Their week’s work will be topped y>ff with a signal drill this afternoon and the team will leave about ona o'clock tomorrow for Chapel Hill. HANS WAGNERLOOMS IN BALL KINGDOM Cincinnati. 0.. Oct. 13—(AP) —Haas Wagner, basebadl hero of years ago, want a to get back into the game. Tbe great Pirate shortstop who re tired ln 1917 after 21 years ir the major leagues yesterday applied for the job of manager of Cincinaall Reds He motored here frogn Pittsburgh with a friend, &q confer with Sidney W'dL president of the club who took hit? application under advisement. Wagner, who is (rearing his 59th year, has been called by some the greatest player ln -th* game's hittory, and one of the moot popular. DEVILS ARE READY TO THROW PASSES Durham. Oct. 13 —With Nick Laney Captain Lowell Mason and Bob Cox in the backfield, Duke will be able to cut losße passes from all angles against Maryland Saturday. AH three of them can hurl the bait accurately. The return of Laney after having been out a week with an injury in sures Duke a better running attack than they had against Auburn last week. DUKEHOMECOMING TO DRAW THRONG Durham. Oct. 13,—Duke university's annual homecoming day program has been arranged for the throng of . alumni and alumnae who will re possess the campus on Saturday. While the Maryland-Duke game in the afternoon will be the headline at traction. from morning until evening a series of other events have been planned in honor of the returning Old Grads. The program is under the di rection of Henry R. Dwire, director of public relations and alumni affairs. During the morning alumni will gather at the university Union and will register at alumni headquarters. Informal groups of classmates will be held thrpoghout the day. STATE HOMECOMING >• SET FOR TOMORROW Raleigh. Oct. 13.—Hundreds of for mer N. C. State College student* are expected to attend the annual fall Homecoming day to be held at tha college Friday. The principal event of the day will be the annual Fair Week game between State and Wake Forest Two of the campus honor societies, Blue Key and Golden Chain, are ln ohafge eof the arrangements and will make evrey effort to insure the horns coming alumni an-eh joyable time.