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Girls Win Over All-Stars,
31-27; Boys Bow to Roa
noke Rapids, 18-14
Mt’iulrrson high enters split a hard j
fought doubh’header last night on thoJ
High •’! if*»‘ court, the girls defeating ]
tbe Henderson . All-Stars 31-27. and
tin’ ' mwed to Roanoke Rapids !
IS 11.
Miss NVII Rowland and Miss Ruih |
spwjit tied for high .score honors of I
the winners, each getting ten points
through ilie basket. Miss Margaret
Mu-> inn got seven and Miss Blake
; ui four Miss Isabel Harte, All-Star
foTw.od, was the game's highest scot
,-r, getting 10 points. Miss Curlenn
iioiii're\ accounted for six points and
.Mis- I'diotby Hunt added two points.
The All Stars had things much theit
w o during the second half of the
i Ollte. l .
Tin boy game was a nip and tuck
;,tfaii' from the opening whistle, the
tu ,i half ending 11-10 in favor of the
visitor Roanoke Rapids continued
their -soring in the second half to win
hv thin r:arrow tnaigin.
K,I wards was the host scoring for
tfe locals, getting eight points, Hicks
; ;oi four, tind Stainbaek 2. Red Duke,
-tat center, went scoreless. Shell led
the visitors with five points, Dickens.
Mileli and Aeree got font each and
Pii'tiMeit got one.
Wake Fresh Tonight,
An announcement was made today
from tbe local school that the boys
would play Wake Forest College
Km.-hmen tonight at 8 o'clock on the
High lb ice court. VV. C. Stainbaek.
.It. formet high school star here, is
a tminbet of the Demon Deacons’
fresh squad, and will probably see
si.ine action tonight.
Pi. eott, Ariz , Feb 26 i APi The
scum Basin cattle killer a 200,
pound mountain lion nine feet in
length has at last been laid low by ]
, ;ile- tloswick, predatory animal hunt- j
. t and bis pack of hounds.
Sough tbe last two years, the big ]
killei was shot from a cedar tree aft- I
it bad been tracked more than 40 j
l,iv. .-took men estimated they lost j
lirai Iv 82 000 as a result of the beast’s |
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Stret, iNaanviiio, Tennessee.
ill Play In Tourney
S j
Some of the many basketball stars
fans will see in action at the South
ern Conference tournament opening
Conf< ‘mi ce Tour namen t
First Round Thursday
All But Two of Eight Teams Will Be On Scene By To
night; Carolina and Duke Arrive Tomorrow; State
Will Play Hosts To Visiting Cagers
Raleigh. Fob. 27 By tonight all hut
two of the eight teams entered in the
Southern Conference basketball tour
nament which opens here tomorrow
in Memorial Auditorium -will he on
the scene and ready for battle.
The five out-of-state teams Wash
ington and Lee, Virginia. V. M. 1..
South Carolina. and Clcmson -are
due to reach Raleigh during the day.
The local State College team host
team and first round opponent of V.
M. I. is on hand to give a friendly
welcome to the visitors. Carolina
and Duke players v.il not corn? over
until tomorrov .
Frank Thompson Gymnasium at
State will be turned over to the visit
ing teams for final practices. Dr.
Ft. R. Sermon, coach of the State Red
Terrors, said his men would take
their final drill early today to make
room for the visitors.
Tomorrow . pibgram will begin at
12 o'clock at v.l i;h time there will be
a street parade down the business
district of Rail 'gh. The parade will
he participated in by Governor Eh
ringhau; Mayor George Iseley, com
peting team*: and coaches, civic club
leaders, girl sponsors of the teams,
and the State College hand.
First round games will begin at 3
o’clock', with quints, from State and
V. M. I meeting in the first game. It
will take about an hour to decide the
contest, and then teams from Duke
and Virginia will go on
. I' f
Foxxy Battery tor Connie Mack
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n . koc expectations of having the brothers Foxx, j
Connie Mark (eentei) ' i ht) as a battery capable of turning back ;
Jmimy (left i and Sammy VrVJ en in Am <. r j can League this season. |
pennant rushes °* , from first to the plate, and Sammy added to the
3un»y has been shifted minors.
kurlu»»«toa* (Central Preee) I.
jut Raleigh on Thursday of this week,
are shown above. Hancock, Kunkle,
I Laurie, and Lambeth, are forwards.
! Woodard and Field are guards.
| State rules as favorite over V. M. j
i 1 as Captain Ray Rex. Stuart Flvthe, '
I Charles Ay cock and aides are thought j
to be a little too powerful for Captain
i Bill Downey, Charles Hancock, Tony
Merola and assistants.. The Cadets, j
however, have a powerful team and
may surprise the Red Terrors as did •
Washington apd Lej in a first lyund
game in 1933.
Duke Is also slated to take Virginia, j
but Gus Tebell’s Cavaliers, are a fast
I lot and have come along just fine
since the start of the season. The
Cavaliers are led by Henry Sturm and |
Orlin Rogers, two speedy fellows.
Sammy Bell, diminutive forward, is
the big gun in the Duke attack.
, Thursday's night’s program will i
open at 8 with the “battle of the
\ Carolinas,’’ the White Phantoms of j
j North Carolina meeting the Game
! cocks of South Carolina in what is
! carded as the feature first round J
game. Just as soon as this game is
i completed, teams from Washoington
and Lee and Clemson will take the
• North Carolina rules as a. decided
favorite to take the Gamecocks as |
Coach Bo Shepard’s Phantoms have
already defeated the Birds twice this
year. Captain Stuart Aitken, forward,
and Jim McCaehren, all-Southern ;
guards, head a fine group of North j
| Carolina playets.
j Dana Henderson, forward and cen
! tor and captain, is the leader of the
Gamerocks and perhaps the best all
round player entered in the tourna
Although Washington and Lee is
defending champion, the Tigers from
C mson are expected to give the Gen
erals a lacing. Washington and Lee. i
however, has never lost a first round
game in a tournament played here.
In 1933 they defeated State, but lost i
to Duke in the semi-finals. In 1934
they eliminated Maryland in a first
round game, conquered State in the i
semi-finals and then beat Duke in tee j
finals for the title.
The Middleburg All-Stars met the
Middleburg high school team Tuesday
evening at 8:00 o’clock on the school
court. Although the All-Stars had
had no practice whatever, they were |
on on the bounce when the whistle '
blew, full of pep. full of vim as indays j
of old, winning 22-14.
The school team put up a good fight j
with J. Jackson* Newton and Short
as forwards. .Newton and Short tied '
for first place in scoring six points
each. Jackson accounted for the re
mainder. Ellington led the All-Stars
looping 10 points through the basket.
Stevenson was a close second with 8
points. Rogers accounted for the re
mainder. Bertha Jackson, Mrs. Mil- .
burn Jackson and Mrs. W. B. Roy
ster played a splendid game as guards
for the All-Stars, as did Mabry, Bend- j
er, D. Jackson and Floyd for the
school team.
Mrs. Jackson was before marriage, !
Miss Lizzie Kearson, Mrs. W. B. Roy- t
ster was before marriage Miss Beulah t
In spite of the rough weather, a !
large crowd supported each team.. The
game seemed to prove that the old
team can still afford amusement for i
the school teams. Since the high ,
school had defeated all other school 1
teams in the county, the All-Stars be- j
jlieve that they still have some ability
I to play basketball. Reported.
New York, Feb. 27.—Interview with
an elevator boy:
Q. How many people say to you. j
“Well, I guess there are a lot of ups j
and downs to your life?”
A. Ha, ha, ha! That’s a good one.
I never heard that one before.
Q. What about the elevator oper
! ators’ strike?
A. Oh, they have been fussing, a
round with that for months. I'd like
to strike once and see what would
1 happen. You think those big shots
' would walk up 30 flights of stairs?
Q.' Not with golfer’s heart, Which
most of them have. But do you really
think you have a grievance?
A. Oh, sure. I work 13 hours a day
for sl7 a \vegk. I bet you in your ppsi- |
lion couldn’t conceive ox that, now
' could vou,
Q. I once worked 15 hours a day
for $5 a week on a newspaper and
i thought what a lucky fellow I was,
but at the time I thought there was
a future in newspaper work, so T en
joyed it. But it’s true that until crack
elevator pilots are paid $5,000 a year
ail elevator operators ought to make
a good living wages.
(Note: I am always a bit confused
when, in one of these Question and
Answer interviews I get switched a- j
j round so thahth the interviewee is j
I asking me things and the Questions .
I become Answers; so we better start
i over.)
Q. Do you enjoy going up and
down all day long?
A. I don’t mind. You know what
T’d like? I'd like to own a building
some time and he an elevator oper
ator in it, just to fool people. Then
when some old dame says, “Do you
realize, young man, 1 waited eight
minutes by the clock for this car? j
I’d come back with: “Come off it. |
\Vhat do you want a punch in the j
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suits. 3 pieces . . tPILi.UU
‘‘Alton quality clothes”
big value.
Men’s new spring d*o 4Q
felt hats
(By Chesterfield)
Endicott Johnson* d*a A A
men’s $3.00 shoes
N. & W. work shirts, cut 3
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Henderson, N. C.
jaw. lady?" That would take the
breth out of her, now wouldn’t it?
(You see, thereJt is again: he’s ask
ing me questions. I'll just skip it.)
Q. I see some talk in the papers
about skilled and unskilled elevator
operators. Are there really highly
skilled men who can run lifts better
than their fellows, or is it as simple
as it looks?
A. Oh. you can be expert about stop
ping at floors. But in buildings like
this one, with the new cars in them,
all you have to do is push buttons
and she stops automatic. The doors
open automatic, too. But I remember
six or seven years ago I worked in
an old left of an office building down
town with elevators yon ran thy pull
ing on a cable. You had to be expert
in those days to stop within a couple
of floors of the one you wanted, and
to keep from going through the roof
or into the cellar. My car fell two
floors once and knocked » filling out
of my tooth.
Q. Are you allowed to talk” to pas
A. Oh, no, it’s strictly against the
rules. But I can see that anything I
say to you don’t make any difference
one way or the other.
Durham,, Feb. 27—Dr. William
Louis Poteat, president emeritus of
Wake Forest college who has been

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