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SCRIMMAGES 0 ON WEDNESDAY Shifts In Positions Look “ Good ; Students To Fur. nish The Pep 4 r h.'<i M'rimmage session was . •!» to the high school Buli d:-y bv Coach Powell, in '■'/ ,iihe:n for their game totnor- * \ n South Boston, inspite of th* ,*th- >’ J condition of the field. * r d.«v he was tapering the men off in , ,ht -ignai drill and brush- . , tr’A rough spots in the lo- * * :tr.-t'r machine. shifts Look Good. -h.ft> have been made In ~ , , -.er. Mnce two of the first " »»«• ineligible. Coward, for- . u : ha- moved into a tac t , , i Watkins has slipped r . :s. i r ‘lfback post to quarter. , • • war man weighing 150 b«-vn promoted from the •,-rne- ’■• •> first string berth at r ~..„ rh:.« boy is inexperienced . r > <■—ibilities. a-: . \est ?rUay*s workout, . . < t i. >t look quite so gloomy ,• , r h.-h -ihool camp. The coaches M .r -•..red smiling again, clearly * v • <t the Bulldogs are click ... style despite the recent .. >4.*- ii:d the blow they received urrX students Arc Ready. T-e -h -chool student body are ..... ' their mammoth pep parade nht it. i expect to turn out in large .. • game with South Bos- i .i ,>i:ict.< < last night at the :..?i prepared the high school ; ; •<> •i <e j art in the pep parade _ i: . .• . at ;t; the field to play for Midgets Primed. C i. i: Merritt has his "B” squad of r.jsr’- r-adv for their part on the e Day program. These lads . ; .i\ i short tilt between the - •: •he varsity game. The squad . evenly divided and a good •: bru.g looked forward to when •„~e :.i.t tievens meet. ZIMMERMAN NEARS LEADING SCORER .-. i - ■ i Nov. 10 i API —Don Zlm- x- _r. . f Tulane, clicked with three * . -.1 w:.s .g uns: Georgia Tech Sat. jm ou: John Cain, of Alabama, is „r titular scoring leader of the i s.. <n Cor.'erence with 60 points. I Lxnmat: crossed Tech's goal line er pirte trips to raise his to * ; .nts. three behind Cain yid ■t. ic.isey Kimbrell, of Auburn >e- -.r.ie he made three touch* j. i: . • Duke three weeks ago. '•OIIIE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION IX SI PERIOR COURT NORTH CAROLINA: C‘.i ~TY OF VANCE; Tr.r F-ueral Land Bank of C.j. unbia. Plaintiff Vs. : E.l.ott, individually and aa - irrix of H. G. Elliott ee ■' P McDuffee, trustee; W. r ’Ajjker. R. A Walker, Jr., J. H Mar-t-her. the Board of Co«»uty ' • un.i'siGners of Vance County,. «• • ai.y other person claiming any : :n the land which is the sub. niA ’er of this action. Defend- ' w ndants Mrs. Dora Elliott ' ' Marsteller, and all other ■ ••ming any interest in the ’• ‘he sub Jet matter of □ . . • ntitled action, will take no •n a.-tion entitled as above mmtneed in the Superior '.di.cr County. North Caro, ■•e. lose a mortgage orlginal- • P L Eastwood and wife -* -ts. which mortgage debt iv-umed by Mrs. Dora F.l husband; the defendant ■1 1 ; » iler is made a party be. judgment credi’or of t 'e '• 1 "f Mrs. Dora Elliott; and ■’ r d in'.- will further take ■ •y are required to ap ff.ee of rhe Cle-k of Su- ■ n Vance County in the F: •-> >• Henderson. N. C.. on • f January, 1933. and ar.'. ■ o ih« complaint in said •' plaintiff will apply to ■ ■■ reiif-f demanded in Ba ;J <iiy of November. 1932. , HENRY PERRY. s rperior Court of Vance Co. i Kittrell, A’tys. PROTECT YOUR HEALTH BY DRINKING I BUCKHORN WATER I In Sterilised Bettles. A Mineral Product of Nature A Eight Pleasant Tasting Water I Has Given Satisfaction Cor Over 25 Years ■ ■t'.t ivil anywhere in Henderson, Freeh every Saturday I 2u c per gallon in half gallon bottler and 0 gallon demijohns Analysed Every Thirty Days. " ,dtr Orct or from Page-HacuU Drug Company THOMAS ROYSTER, Saloraan I Bulloak, N. O. .Red Espey ■■■■ CsPCV • ■ crvrrr CapUin William -Red" Espey, N. C. State's All. Southern ceter candi date who meets Duke for the fourth and last time Saturday when the two schools play on Riddick Field as a feature of Dads* Day at State. Espey has played brilliantly all season and is being hailed as one so the South’s best pivot men. He will be watched close ly by the Blue Devils. EASYWORKOUfIs~ NAD BYDAVIOSON Wildcats Work on Soggy Field To Get Ready For Carolina Eleven Davidson, Nov. 10—Continuing t’nelr policy of making the week one of lighter practice, coaches Newton and McEver gave the Davidson Wildcats another comparatively easy workout on a rather soggy field this afternoon. Dummy scrimmage made up the most of the day’s drill, with but a few plays on regular offensive against the all. Americans. Newton will probably have Julian West at center In the opening line-up for Saturday’s clash with Carolina. Other than that .the Wildcat line will be unchanged fro mwhat it has been. Regardless of who else is in the back field, Willson will be there as one of backs. In speaking o f Millson, Gene McEver said: boy Is proving to be one of. Davidson’s indispensables, and is going to end the season as one of the best fullbacks in the State.” Holy Cross Coach Gets Pink Slip Worcester, Mass., Nov. 10 (AP) — Captain John J. McEwan, head coach of football at Holy Cross since 1930 today was suspended as coach by Rev. T .J. Phelan, moderator of athletics. In the notice ot suspension. Father Phelan gave ‘’interference with the proper working of the athletic depart ment.” as the cause of Captain Mc- Ewan’s dismissal. STATE HAS EDGE ON DUKE IN VICTORIES Durham, Nov. 10—Duke and N. C. Stats will be meeting for the ninth time since 1924 when they clash in Raleigh Saturday. The Pack has won iiv e of the cantests, Duke three. The record of their games: 1924—State 14; Duke 0. 1925 State 13; Duke 0. 1926 State 26; Duke 19. 1927 State 20; Duke 18. 9928—State 12; Duke 14. 1929 State 12; Duke 19. 1930 State 0; Duke 18. 1931 State 14; Duk e 0. CAROLINA FROSH TO TAKE ON VIRGINIANS Chapel Hill. Nov. 10—The undefeat ed Carolina freshmen will face the r stlffes game of the season against Vir. ginia Friday afternoon at 3 o clock with several leading backs watching from the sidelines. Neither Carolina nor Virginia has been beaten this fall but the Tar Ba bies have a 6-6 tie with State to mar their record and Virginia fought a 13. 13 deadlock with the Navy Plebes. MJTOKHSQN, (W.C.,) DAILY DISPATCH THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1932 South CAROLINA GROOMING THREE BACKFIELDS of State And Florida Games Are Now In Top Shape Chapa) Hill, Nov. 10—Chuck Collins an dhii coaching prtners. Bob Fetaer and Bill Cerney, are grooming three separate Carolina backfields for Sat urday's decisive Big Five game at Davidson. They expect the Tar Heels to gene rate the maximum punch and drive of the season to date and are anxiously looking forward to this chance to test the team's power against a strong line like Davidson has. All the backfield heroes of the State and Florida victories are in top shape and raring to go, including Burnett and Woollen, long-distance kickers; Phipps and Croom, feature passers; Daniel, broken field ace, who ran that kickoff back 95 pards; McCaskill and Thompson battering drivers; and Stuart Chandler. the all-round star who calls signals from fullback. In addition the ball-carrying, block ing and all-round work so the sopho. more, Charlie Shaffer, has been the big and pleasant surprise of this week. BURTON TO STAR IN VOLS GAME Atlanta, Nov. 10 (AF) —A young Vanderbilt sophomore halfback named Larry Burton may spoil Tennessee’s hopes for the Southern Conference football championship at Nashville Saturday. Coach Dan McGugin of the Commo, dores thinks Burton is one of the best prospects he has ever handled but the wily mentor has kept a blanket over Burton as much as possible this year— purposely saving him as a surprise for Tennessee. DUKE STUDENTS TO HOLD ANTI.WAR MEET FRIDAY Durham. Nov. 10 —Dr. Howard E. Jensen, of the department of socioogy, will address a student anti-war meet ing at Duke university on Armistice day. The group will meet at 3:15 o'clock in the afternoon. Joseph Cohen, a delgeate to the conference against war at Amsterdam last sum. mer, will also speak. Dr. H. Shelton Smith will preside. Several campus organizations will sponsor the meeting. LOFTY DUKE TOWER SERVES AS FOREST FIRE LOOKOUT Durham. Nov. 10 —Like the old ca thedrals, the new Duke University chapel has its watchman on the tower, and the beautiful edifice used for the first time last summer now serves practical as well as artistic purposes. Through the cooperation of the Fed eral and State governments with Dur. ham county and Duke university, a deputy fire warden has been stationed atop the 210 foot chapel tower to re port fires breaking out in the forests of this section. There is tenderness in all that is lovely. Youth is in danger of false ideals; ■old age, of none. Friday Football INTERSECTIONAL , Home Team 1991 Scot* Duquesne va 8 Dakota State DNP Washburn vs. Fresno .DNP EAST Bates vs. Colby T-< Boston Col. vs. W Maryland 19-18 . O. Washington va Wm.-Mary DNP J Hopkins va Hampden-Syd. DNP Bt. Thomas vs Davis-Elkins. 0-18 Bt. Vincent va Grove City .. DNP MID-WEST Baker va William Jewe11.......7-7 Capita] va Mari t 3-6 Concordia va Hibbing 2t-8 Evansville va. Oakland City...l9-6 Grinnell vs. Creighton ... .. 8-9 Illinois Wesleyan va Normal. 17-9 lowa Wesleyan vs. Upper la 14-18 Kalamazoo va Alma . ... 6-13 Kas. Wesleyan vs Rockhurzt 14-12 Missouri Vai va Westminster 13-27 Nebraska Wesleyan vs, Peru DNP St. Louis vr. Haskell DNP St. Mary vs. St. Olaf 0-20 Simpson vs Omaha DNP Southwestern vs. Ft. Hays.... 0-0 Superior vs. Milwaukee ......DNP ■ Wichita vs. Emporia /. 7-6 SOUTH Chattanooga vs. Mercer .T... 87-19 Furman vs. South Carolina... .0-27 Louisiana Col. va 9. W. La 1.. 9-7 Loyola (N O) va Og<etborpe 18-7 Miami va Murfreesboro 0-36 Murray va Tennessee Tech.. .7-19 W Forest vs. Carson-New.. DNP SOUTHWEST Arizona va New Mexico 9-9 Daniel Baker va McMurry «-7 Kingsville vs. Abilene Christ. DNP N. Mexico MU. va Canyon 6-7 Sam Huston vs. San Marcos... 6-0 Slmmona va Howard Payne.. .0-24 Tempe va El Paso Mines....lß-27 Texas Tech vs. Baylor 0-38 mountain Dakota Wesleyan va Yank to®. o*6 Mont. Mines vs. Idaho (9. B ). 14-7 Mont. State va Jtft. St. Charles.o-6 Nevada va Olympic Chib.....DNP 8. Dakota va N. Dakota 6-68 - Utah State vs. Colorado Aggteo 6-9 Wayne va 8. Dakota Mines... .88-0 Wyoming va Greeley ..83-7 PACIFIC COAST Puget pound va St. Martin.BMP Sacramento va PacHto 0-18 Santa Barbara va San Jose..DNP U. C. L A. va St. Mary’s 18-0 W. C. Army vs. W. C. Navy., .0-17 Whitman va Idaho CoUege. Whittier Loyola <L. A.JL- DJiF Boston To Plav Here Tomorrow SORDS POINTS~”By Sords MAY Fi&Oß£> a IT Ml Tiw>e TAis • ' 7 £V/ W'ALr&ft- r 0 3 *' Whore®, of tgn WAS , Wolfpack Completes Work For Duke Game Saturday Raleigh, Nov. 10—This afternoon, N. C. State's Wolfpack will complete its fourth and last hard workout for the big test with Duke University here Saturday afternoon on Riddick Field at 2:30 o’clock. The Blup Devils will al’o wind up their fourth day of training today. Tomorrow both clubs will work late running through dummy scrimmage and signal drills. Rain and wet g&unds have not ham pered Coach Clipper Smith’s work, DUKE PLAYERS TO OPEN CAMPUS DRAMA SEASON Durham, Nov. 10 —The dramatic sea son on*the Duke university campus will be started on Thursday night when the Duke Players, little theatre group, present G. Martinez Sierra’s modern Spanish comedy, ‘‘The Roman tic Young Lady." Miss Carle Tracy Lucas, of S’erling. Va., will take the title role, and A. T. West director of the players, will play the leading male part. |Bh wouldl you bockto win? ERsE-slfc ■ : IL*' /_ * fl Boat <wwfr W" TfrPrffMt i»3 f/ < • \ or JI P<#\ I < ~ a gJE ■L & x V:V' <-JWW.-*• * ■•\r ? Is sSs||is|l* x F ' “'■-■■' *1 W' 1 < |- ■»MB? °" THERE IS ONLY ONE 5-STAR MWHI OIL and IT COSTS NO MORE I EssolubeOgW THE "ESSO" OF MOTOR OILS "C£j HYDROFINED BY "STANDARD" w—- . ... I,- - ■ 1 CeSSOLUBeT at° BON-TON here at Raleigh. Each day since Mon day he has. tth eWolfpack out un. til after dark polishing tactic* and guarding against possibff last minut injuries. Smith has spent a considerable part of each practice period drilling the linemen defensively an<T offensively. The Tech’s wall, possessing one of the best defensive records in the State, will be given its severed test by Duke Saturday, by its well-rounded running attack. JEFFRESS, MAXWELL TO KEEP THEIR JOB (Oontlnuec from Page One.) rnent. There is some doubt, however, con cerning the status of Maxwell, due to the fact that he was one of the three candidates for the Democratic nomi nation for governor in the first piT mary with Mr. Ehringhaus and Lieu tenant Governor R. T. Fountain. Some of Mr. Ehringhaus’ friends felt then Dake Completes Hard Work For Clash With N. C. State Durham, Nov. 10.—Realizing they are facing the toughest battle they have had this season, 4be fighting Blue Devil* of Duke have put forth great effort this week to get them selves in the peak of condition for the all-important contest with State In Raleigh Saturday. The Blue Devil* were completing this afternoon the fourth day of in tensive preparation for the PPack, which time has been spent in brush ing up all departments with special emphasis on tackling that looked a little ragged in the Kentucky game snd that must be hard and tenancious to stop State’s wealth of backs. It was not necessary for the coaches to tell the Devils that they would have to tackle hard If they intend to stop the State ball-carriers. They have faced a veritable bevy of fast-atepping and elusive backs this fall and know that nothing but good hard tackling will stop them. Harry Rossiter, Duke’s long-punting that if Maxwell had not been the third man in the race that Ehringhaus would have won in the first primary. Others, however, maintain that if Maxwell had not been in the first primary and split the vote three ways that Fountain would have been high man and probably nominated. As a result, these are convinced that Mr. Ehringhaus owes his nomination to Magwell, since it is now generally con ceded that a great many of those who voted for Maxwell in he firs primary voted for Ehringhaus in the second. It is also pointed out<tbat with the exception of only once or twice, Max well did not refer to Ehringhaus in the primary campaign and that their platforms were very similar, with the result hat there was nothing like the bitterness between the Maxwell- Ehringhaus factions that existed be tween the Ehringhaus-Fountain camps The fact that Maxwell was very ac tive in the campaign for both Ehring haus and the entire Democraic ticket is also in his favor. The result is that many expect Ehringhaus to reappoint Maxwell as commissioner of revenue, especially in view of Maxwell's re cognized ability along the lines of gov ernmental finance and taxation. 'mere is u possibility, however, that Mr. Ehringhaus may have some one else in mind for this Number 1 post as commissioner of revenue, though if hq has. no one in political ciroles here has yet heard of it. That Jes frees undoubtedly has the best hold on hi* job of any of the other appointive State officials is gen erally agreed here. This is because of the admittedly excellent record be has made as the administrative head of the State Highway Commission under the new road law, with every mile of road in the State under its super vision. It is also believed that since this new law and new system of high way maintenance has been in opera tion less than two years, that Jes frees should be permitted to carry it thro ugh to fuller development before a change is made. It is also a fact that Jeffress gave Mr. Ehringhaus some very material support in both the pri maries. It is also believed that Colonel Har relson will be reappointed as director of the conservation department, lar gely on the face of the excellent rec- PAGE SEVEN end, has stayed on the field each day after his teammatea had gone, piae ticing for the duel he is to have with Bob Greaaon, State's spiral-kicking fiankman. In which tW Devils want the edge. The only two games they have lost this season have been duo largely to superior punting by the op position. Roawtiter punted aoven times for an average of 49.1 yards against Kentucky, and It is erpected that ho will hove to do equally that well in the State game to beat Greaeon. The Blue Devils will long remember t*e boom ing punts the great State ends sent out against them in the game last year. While the Blue Devils are looking to their hardest contest of the season since the Wolfpack has alway a had the habit of playing their best game against Duke, at the same time the 14-0 defeat that the Pack handed them last year should inspire the Blue Devils to turn in their best perfor mance of the season. ord he has'made as head of that de partment. It is pointed out that the conservation department now is get ting more money from the Federal government than from the State ap propriation from the general fund, or $58,022 from the government and only $56,752 from State tax fund*. This means that the departments is costing the people of the State only one and four-fifth cents per person per year in taxes. In addition to this revenue, the department collected last year $246,899 from sources other than taxa tion or appropriations, from the eale of hunting and fishing licenses, and so forth. t It is conceded that the conservation department will be the largest In the General Assembly for attack from those who are dissatisfied with it. But the belief here is that it will be able to withstand these attacks. Many a man who would shrink from a false statement will give a false color —which is still more unfair, be cause more difficult to correct. NOTICE OF HALE OF NOTBS 510.9M.00 ReWMue AaticipaUon Net«e—CoMrty of Vance, North CaroMna Sealed bids for abov e notes will be received until 10 o'clock A. M., Nov. 15, 1932 by the Local Government Commission of North Caroline, at its office in Raleigh, for the above note, dated Nov. 10th, 1932 and maturing February 10, 1933, without option of prior payment. Ther* will be do auc tion. Interest ra’.e 6 .percent per >O - Interest payabl eat Maturity. The n °te will be awarded at the high est price offered, not less than par hnd accrued interest. Amount of note being $10,000.00. Bidders must pre. sent with their blds a certified check upon an incorporated bank or trust company, payable unconditionally to the order of the State Treasurer for $50.00. The right to reject all bids •is reserved. Local Government Commission, By: Chas. M. Johnson, Director of Local Government and Ex-of. flcio Secretary of the Commie, slon. This 10tb day of Nov. 1933.