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GIG PEP PARADE fond Takes Part In Parade With Student*, Both Squads In Action H*nil«*rson h>gh school students , n1 mi J '■'■***<*■ *"W W rakU i following a put meeting at the „hool through the street* of '►'* atv in preparation for their big , -err thi- afternoon with South Boa “i \ tl eleven. A large number of • t der.!' participated In the parade t . her with several membars of the r.Hijv both high school football «, usd- action. The Varsity squad „‘. V ed South Boston here with the •snie retting underway at 3:80 o’clock , nt - Reserve squad was divided , r ] o two teams playing a short game .rinji the intermission between hal- T<j of ’he varsity game. Or ~ , t tho largest crowds to attend t f v v>t bao game here this year, was out today. DABNEY GIRLS WIN FROM WILTON 40,12 Hunt and Hart Lead Scor. ing, Wright It Good On Defense For Dabney T , Dabr.ey high school girls bas r •• ’ their first game of • . . .■ •* night b/ trouncing the V. . * \Y . »>n *0.12. Hi. . !.< d the game wi*h a field t , : P.ibt.ey :!ia tput them in the ever t be headed by Wilton. ,'abrtev completely outplayed the V\ • •.:ti- with Hunt and Hart div :3 ;■> :r.ts equally between them • R hu.son scoring for for Dabney's «. ::r.k 'I Sadler was the best for V. C’tting 10 of her team’s 12 'A »;.• -umed in a pretty defence k , i r reiht guar dfor Dabney while : ',.t ' wa s the bes’ that Wilton had RESPONSIBILITY IS ON THE DEMOCRATS TO DELIVER GOODS (Continued from Pag* On*.) -e -t !<>ui vears hence. It can hard .tfratuiute itself upon the mere ’tut it has won an election which f * place it in national ccn jt i time of perhaps the great i.ty in American history. If • I'self creditably, it will be ' rii, deed, to congratulate itself \v i ircumstance that it was . • : -itch an opportunity. If it ’» - iiiumg the possibilities that ' -: ii.h of it will be left in 1936 ' -T.iv kire. r. .* men quite generally agree 'here can be no more muddling . n • * "ion result plainly implies ' * Mi>rs considered that to be ; [•ingrain the G. O. P. had “• ■ They evidently were willing jn.- iiiother chance of fundamcn - < ini economic and political re "i.- u.der Democracy's auspices. i f t...k have faith to look for an * " r- turation of livable conditions. *' • lemaiii skeptical. ‘ ■ ■M'-'iiw nFiorello H. LaGuardla »■• ►•xumple of ultra-radicalism, • '.ies the gueso that Americans - ’ icen their last campaign r.y, the two major parties of to •' • complete realignment will NOTICE OF RALE OF REAL ESTATE *"-■ '-'Hue of power in me vested in ter of the Superior Court of ' - County ;n the matter of M. B. bd.'-peth and P. B. Finch, trading -- lin!**p*-:h and Finch, v&. R. E. • fio.ij f a j i W] |i offer for sale, at auction .to the highest bidder - i’ 12 o'clock noon, on Mcn ’-]s' day of November 1932 at •' ' :r ’ bouse door in Henderson. ” ' owing property: A tract of land ’v’.«h -aid R. E Overton and a 'herton lived, in Kittrell Town ■ 1 \*!.cc County bounded on the u\ 'he lands of Henry Day, and J d ip i-tcate on the North by the * 1 ' > -f .liter Perklnson on the east ‘i- lands of Elizabeth Wood lief key Overton, and on the West ! - -f- r;gh' of way of the Raleigh Gaston Railway. containing •vt.'y five acres. Also another tract, •"'•l'.inirg *he above tract, and con fer.g .<*> i-2 aerr-s and also adjoin - 'he lands of J B. Crudup heir* : Mff K H. Woodlief dower tract, ( ' 1 - •' k,rs Mosses share of the 0,1 inci an d later owned in full by H E Overton. )._s is a sale made under order of /_*' ( and w;i: have to lie open for ' v< for confirmation. 1 -"'h day of October 1932. T S. kittrell. Com. Phone or Write U* Without Fail! I * "'i move nr change youi ’ sv I'li-ase notify us go thal ’ ''l'uugt* the address Oil I'Rl**t. .Just drop s card Phone 610, giving ' " '* >»ew address. Henderson Daily Dispatch ~ _ footbalE .i “Schedule— *nt»sectional WmefNß mi Score Army vs. N Dakota State... DNP Obrroll vs Centre P«t«bur*b S-40 StaU vs Fensaylvsnla. .DNp EAST Bl| TVm Princeton vs Yale UaU Thrm Amherst vs t * mi —rs 7.33 Albright vs Bslthners .... DNP Allegheny vs AUred DNp Beeta. U vs TUh ... vs OMoer Unios DNP B*a*o vs Uehsrt u . Oelumhta vs Brown ! ».? Cess State vs Rhode Uland O-U c °t*el | vs Dsrtmostb .... n-14 Dtcktneoa vs F end U... 7.*. Dre*el vs 8L Joeeph ’ 3i. 0 Ferdhsm vs New York U... o-O Georgetown vs W Vs Weel DNP Hsrvsrd vs Holy Croaa ... 7.® Hnverferd vs Wenh. Chi.. *7-7 Juniata vs Oallaudet ...... DNP Lafayette vs Bt. John J 2-0 Lehigb vs Rutgers lf-fe LeweU vs Norwich DNp Muhtttu vs Clsrkaon DNP Mnes State vs Coast Osnrd DNP • Mlddlebury vs Vermont . IS-12 Montclair vs N. York Aggies 0-11 Mt. Bt. Mary vs Lebanon.... t-7 Muhlenberg vs Gettysburg . «-26 Niagara vvr Long Island ... .DNP Psnn Military vs Delaware.. .13-7 Providence vs. Catholic 7-13 Rochester vs Kenyon DNP SL Bona venture vs. Thiel ....20-0 St. Vincent vs. Grove City ..DNP Shepherd vs. Fairmont .0-81 Springfield vs. N. Hampshire 18-21 Swarthmore vs Urslnus 0-27 Syracuse vs Colgate 7-21 Temple vs. Penn State .12-0 Trenton vs Upsala DNP Union vs. Hamilton o-O Wagner vs Susquch&na 7-18 Wayneeburg vs Geneva t-12 W. and J. vs Bucknell *-io Wesleyan vs Bowdoin 7-0 Worcester vs. Rensselaer 7-0 mountain Mountain Conference Colorado College vs. Colorado. .7-17 Colo. Mines vs. West. State..o-19 Utah vs Denver 46-0 North Control Conforonco fNo games scheduled) Other* Mornlngslde vs Sioux Falla . .DNP PACIFIC COAST Pacific Coast Conforonco California vs Idaho 18-0 Montana vs. Oregon State ... .0-19 Southern California vs Oregon 88-0 Stanford vs Calif. Aggies... .DNP Washington vs. Wash. State..l2-0 Others California Tech vs Occidental 0-1 S Willamette vs Pacific U $-7 Central Press ►have been effected before 1936’s elec tion. In the meantime It Is easier to ex plain why President Hoover was beaten than why Governor Roosevelt was elected. The depression, of course, was tho Hoover administration’s undoing. It was due. anyway, as a war aft ermath. Protective tariff excesses may have hastened and accentuated it. To farm 4 Vstress industi’nl merit was added. The president tried to deal with the situation as an ordinary interval of business stringency, which would pass ! in due course, but it did not do so- j possibly because it was worse than I any past stringency, just as the war j was a greater war; possibly because •it was more deeply seated as to its [causes. Progressiveism gained strength within the G. O. P. as the times ; tightened, until, by the campaign's 1 ooening it had attained a potency ] ♦omparable to what it had in the 1912 ai..,>aige. W nerea.s the insurgents in' SORDS POINTS—By SorcU ’ **'. .^nr^' Z 5® ~u\ S 3 ■>ire«w« «* ““i ‘ ***** *T <**« T«U WS M !*•*. * **•* **•*•“** **' *'- * . ■ «• •- -*- BMPSKSON, (If. ej DAILY DESPATCH TOAY, NOVEMBER 11. IMf Home Team ..., „ ~ »««<... ‘V. X»vi„ S?^, U '* W **>> L»» l».l> (DNP JL C * rn * B1 * Twh D *P (dnp means teams Did Not Play) MID.WEST . Wasters Conference ptinols vs. Indiana mm *•»» »* Purdue Michigan va Chicago ...u” Wisconsin va Minnesota ~..0-14 Big Si* Conference tow* State va Oklahoma 13.12 Missouri vs. Kansas . 0 -14 Missouri VaUsy Confsrsncs Drake va. Washington U. ... 26-0 Others Akron vs. Heidelberg DNP Assumption vs. Detroit Tech . 6-0 Baldwin-Wallace vs. Hiram...so-a Bowl’g Green va Ohio North. DNP Bradley Poly vs. Monmouth. . DNP Butler va Dayton 2.2* Carle ton vs. Cornell College DNP Case va Hillsdale dnp Cedar Falls vs Ypsilantl 0-82 Charleston va McKendree . DNP DePauw va. Franklin 15.7 Illinois College vs. St. Viator..o-11 Kalamazoo vs. Adrian .. ...DNP Knox vs. Coe 0 -7 Lake Forest va Beloit 6-fi Lawrence vs. Albion DNP Macalester vs. Hamllne 6-6 Mount Union vs. Wooster ...18-0 Muncle vs Terre Haute ......7-is North Centra] vs. Augustana. .0-2 Notre Dame we. Northwestern 0-0 Ohio U. vs. Cincinnati 13.7 Oklahoma City vs. Phillips. .28-14 Otterbein va Toledo DNP Ro«e Poly vs. Aurora .......DNP Shurtleff vs. Macomb 12-13 Tulsa vs. Missouri Mines ....DNP Wabash vs. Danville DNP West Reserve vs. Ohio Weal. 7-25 Whitewater vs. Oshkosh 7-6 Wittenberg vs. Miami iq-6 SOUTH Southern Conference Alabama Poly vs. Florida... .12-18 Clemson vs. Georgia DNP Duke vs. North Carolina State 0-14 Georgia Tech va. Alabama ..DNP Kentucky vs. Tulane DNP Mississippi va Sew&nee 0-7 Vanderbilt va Tennessee ..,.7-21 Virginia Poly vs. Virginia ....0-0 Others Centenary va Louisiana ....DNP Davidson vs. North Carolina. .0-20 Furman vs. South Carolina.. .0-27 Louisville vs. Georget’n <Ky ) 6-20 Maryland vs. Navy 6-0 Richmond vs. Vlrgtnla Military 7-0 The Citadel vs. Presbyterian ..7-0 SOUTHWEST Southwestern Conference 8. Methodist va. Arkansas... .42-6 Texas A.-M. va Rice 7-0 Texas Christian va Texas ....0-10 Border Conference . N. Mex. Aggies vs. Flagstaff. .6-18 • Attociation that instance, however, followed Col onel Roosevelt in a third party move ment, defeating President Taft and electing Woodrow Wilson, on this oc casion they went over directly to the Democratic ticket—Senators Hiram W. Johnson, Bronson Cutting, George W. Norris and John J. Blaine, both the La Follettes and no one can say how many tens of thousands of their supporters. Prohibition also is now a rapidly declining issue, and despite his party's Mr. Hoover generally was considered on the no-longer-predom inently-popular dry side of it. 1 Then, too. Mr. Hoover had the bur- I den of carrying the mistake in call j ing out United States troops to drive the B. E. F. from Washington. No , single campaigner against him, it is | safe to say, damaged his cause as it I was damaged during the closing days I of pre-election argument by the re ' velations of Gen. Pelham D. Glass | ford, the bonus seekers' friendly enemy, as District of Columbia police chief during their stay in the capital. Business Will Improve As Election Passes Out RTlai Nothing To Fear Fro m Roosevelt, Babson De clares; Moreover, Messes Are Encouraged by Their Own Victory; Reco very Wiil Continue ■T BOOU W. BABBOBL OnpgrHsk* ME hUUw, Vfc •actal Aum Babsta Par*. Maw.. Nov. ift.—Be ta* tike election I mid: “Wfefabever INutjr via*, btielae— win gradually 'lmprove.” I repeat that statement now. Governor Roosevelt, the Freckle at, will bo more ooeeervative H»*r» Gov ernor RooocvoM, tho candidate. A Democratic Coogroaa with full mapon alblHty for the aatlon’a wgtfqre will be much more eooaervative than a Democratic Co agrees fighting againet a Republican President. There to noth ing in the Democratic platform that «ao be construed as dangerous to leg itimate business, and ths President elect stands squarely on that plat form. He desires most of all a bril liantly successful admin tot ration and. therefore, can bo counted upon to surround himself with high-grade men in important cabinet poets. Masses of the People Encouraged. While the majority of business men would have been better pleased with a Republican victory, the masses of the people are pleased and encourag ed by the election of their choice. Re member that business improvement really depends on how Main Street / I Watkins Hardware Company, Inc. I I Saturday Specials! I I 2000 Shells, 12-ga. 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Main Street will be hope ful, encouraged, and more ready to spend It* small change. TbJ* spending may not be much per capita, but in the aggregate will be a powerful help to trade. Especially it will help mall order and retail businesses and their securities. The discontented farmers will feel encouraged and the farm market should improve. Big business, making producers’ goods and equip ment, may hesitate for a while, but as It becomes clear that the Democratic program Is neither anti-business nor radical the so-called heavy lnduetrlee will fall in line for gradual expansion. Those who are afraid of the elec tion’s effect on business should study history. I cannot discover in any elec tion since 1896 when the fundamental trend of business has been changed by the election. In other words If busi ness was fundamentally improving when the election came, it continued to improve; vice versa, if it was on a fundamental down-trend it continued to decline no matter who was elected. Moreover, economic history does not show that either Republicans or Dem ocrats have any monopoly on busi ness prosperity or business depression. There have been periods of prosperity and depression under both paitlee. I be Mere business hit bottom in Au gust, lrS2; that fundamental recovery to mem under way; that it will grad ually gain; and that IMI wiU earned 19SS. - Politics on the way Oak The best thing for business about the election to that It to ever. Politics is nopr on the way out and will be mostly forgotten for the next year or eighteen months. The lame duck em slen of Congress between now sad March 4 will be largely perfunctory. The session may be enlivened by ftne •atlag tactics an the part of some of the members, but there Is little danger of any harm being done. The bonds may come up. but It will be squelched because public opinion to against it. President Hoover will cooperate close ly with the Democrats this winter to put over the reconstruction program /which he has' started. It appears cer tain that there will be no radical or Inflationary legislation from Congress in this session. Roosevelt may call a special session next April or May, but not If he can avoid it. That would mean that not until late next year would the new Democratic Congreee begin to function. Then will come the question of fulfilling campaign prom ises and the question of bonus legis lation. Every new administration Is always conservative in the first part of its •reign. I expect this one to be so. If. however. Congress should fail to fol low a sensible course, I would expect Mr. Roosevelt to crack the whip pretty sharply over both branches. Otherwise •he knows that a big public reaction would set in against the Democratic Congress and they would receive a ter irifio beating two years from now. I do not at this time foresee the pro PAGE SEVEN ibebiNty of radical by the new Congress that would endanger wny legitimate business. Another point: Roosevelt will probably eaii a (world economic conference at an ear ly dais after his inauguration with raped to foreign trade, and much good may come from such a confer ence ki the straighten ing out of fi nancial, tariff and trade difficulties, fin ■■■Mias thou.: Do Udi Regardless of temporary fidgets and jitters in the securities markets, I repeat that good securities should be held for long term improvssnust. At current levels the stock market to about where It should be considering the amount of bustaeas Improvement that has already taken place. I believe the low point of the market was reached and passed In June and early July, and that the start of a major bull market was then Inaugurated. While improvement may be asoderate and punctuated with temporary re actions, ths fnsdssmate •■ ha vs turn ed for the better and good stocks and bonds should be retained. Utilities may be subject to abase uncertainty owing to Roosevelt’s previous pro nouncements, but 4n reality ths well managed and fairly conducted com panies should have np|Mng to fear. Trend Toward Boeovarj Wffl Ceurinne. I am optimistic on. the future of both business and securities. The elec tion does not alter my view. Funda mental business conditions make or break presidents, nut presidents do not make or break business. The trend is upward. Business men or Investors will net lose anything by the election; and the effect on the masses of the people will be one of encouragement, hope, and renewed confidence. Business as registered by the Bab eonohart Is now 16 per cent below a year ago.