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p Q tlmm SECTION ONE THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER -The Foremost Newspaper of The Two Carolinas- SUNDAY APRIL 7 1935 PAGE THIRTEEN PICARD LAFFOON AND HAGEN PLAY HERE MONDAY HVflIT TO PLAY HERE TOMORROW LM Junior League To Open Saturday MHDLDERS Tigers Topple Redlegs In 13th B I he hfi B h we jg gg gg OF 1934 IN 18-Hole Exhibition Event Take Place Over Myers Park Club Course 1 J BY HAY!! THOMPSON HENRY PICARD the Hershey Hurricane and his tricky golf sticks are coming to town tomorrow for an exhibition match at Myers Park Country club as one of the features of Charlotte's puffed but colorful sports calendar for the week The former Charleston pro who numbers many friends and admirers here will pair with Fred Hyatt club pro against Ky Laffoon and Walter Hagen in an 18-hole best ball match which will start at 2:30 o'clock 7t was originally scheduled for Tuesday afternoon but because of conflict with the Boston Red Sox-Charlotte baseball game the change was made HE’S NO 1 Henry 'will com here wrapped In glory the No 1 of the golfing horde Already the methodical young men haa gathered in more than $3000 In the winter tournaments the leading money winner of the pack With Picard the Charlotte gallery will get a glimpse of another youthful pro who is making good He'S Ky Laffoon native of Oklahoma HENRY PICARD WALTER HAGEN KY LAFFOON Craig Wood Leading Tourney Henry Picard In Third Place PUSHED OUT Ky had to step aside every time last year in the major tournaments although he averaged fewer strokes than any other participant in the principal meets It just so happened that some other swinger turned "hot” went one better The veteran Walter Hagen needs no Introduction to Charlotte He has delighted the local gallery before with his exhibitions ARRIVE MONDAY Picard Laffoon and Hagen are to arrive here about 1 o’clock Monday motoring from Augusta where the tourney there will be ended today Fred Hyatt Myers Park club pro announced last night that Paul F Haddock will referee the match Ajth Ed O'Herron umpire Members of the Charlotte high school golf team will be the course marshals The ladies' golf committee of the club is in charge of the tickets SLOANE ENTRIES CAPTURE RACES COLUMBIA S C April 6 — (JPi — Mrs Isabel Dodge Sloane's Brook-meade stables entries captured five out of six events at the annual raes and exhibition of Columbia-trained horses at the state fair grounds here today Approximately 3000 spectators saw the program which featured four flat races and two steeplechases On Time a Brookmeade horse won the principal flat race of the program the Governor's handicap over a five-eighths mile course State Senator Jeff B Bates of Richland county presented a floral wreath to the winner in the absence of Governor Olin D Johnston who was out of the city During the program Cavalcade winner of the 1934 Kentucky derby and a bearer of the Brookmeade Bilks ran an exhibition heat over a half mile course in a drizzling rain Former Charleston Pro Cards 76 in Storm to Drop Behind 1STTILT Douglas and Sing Cubs Meet Foremost Sluggers Parade to Be Staged BY GENE LA WING AMERICAN legion junior baseball will get under way Saturday afternoon with the grand opening of the city league at Robbie's field The Douglas and Sing Cubs defending champions and Foremost Sluggers play the opening contest Plans call for a parade Saturday afternoon at 2:15 beginning at Tryon and Ninth streets and proceeding to Tryon and Stonewall Thek eight clubs in the league will march in the parade as well as all boys in Mecklenburg county who are interested in baseball The American legion drum and bugle corps will head the parade and the Boys Scouts and Sons of the Legion also will take part Complete plans for the parade and opening day ceremonies will be made sometime this week Champions Win by 3-2 Before 4000 Fans New High at Charleston (Starts on First Sports Page) compared with 24 knockdowns in the previous two rounds the eminent Robert Tyre Jones Jr Number 1 host and drawing card had to be satisfied with a respectable but uninspired 73 Under the conditions it was an excellent ' performance better than most of the day's erratic exhibition of shot-making but it left the Georgian with a 54-hole total of 219 10 strokes behind the leaders deadlocked for 16th place in the field of 65 players Augusta Scores RESLIO NECKWEAR $100 AND UP MELLON'S REAL MUD-HORSE Wood proving himself a great "mud-horse" started the day six strokes behind Picard but quickly began an uphill fight featured by some of the tournament's most spectacular scoring fireworks He trimmed four shots of Picard's lead at the turn caught his rival at the 14th and was going away In the drive down the stretch The blond New Jersey star runner-up in last year's tournament to Horton Smith of Chicago capitalized some startling recoveries putted with phenomenal skill and would have had a 67 but for a penalty stroke when he hit his second shot into the water on the 15th He was the only player all day to get home against the wind on the 525-yard second hole with his second wood shot He had six birdies and was over par on only two holes the third and ninth where he got into the woods Olin Dutra playing with Jones brilliantly putted on the rain-soaked greens The open champion had only 30 putts for his entire round but a six on the long second hole where he put his second into the rough and then over-played the green cost him a chance to tie Wood for the lead ATTENTION PEOPLE! i Large empty moving van going Wheeling W Va ten- near by points) last ’ of April Also vans going empty to Atlanta Chattanooga and other cities soon One piece or one load Bargain rate A C WHITE TRANSFER & STORAGE CO Dial 9592 or 3-4605 PIC BLOWS UP Picard playing with Little had a good excuse for his first blow-up His heavy niblick was found to be missing from his hag While waiting for it to be rushed out to him from the shop he missed two attempted recovery shots on the third hole then dubbed a two foot putt and carded a disastrous six He approached poorly on the fourth and hit wide of the fifth green losing two more strokes to par before he regained control From the sixth through the 15th Picard was again a scoring machine two under par for a stretch of 10 holes thanks to a seven-foot putt for a birdie on the eighth and an easy birdie four on the 485-yard 15th Then he skidded again carding a five on the short 16th where he dropped his tee shot in the water and missing his approach chip to the 17th Henry seized his last chance to rally by dropping a 14-foot putt for a birdie three on the home hole giving him a 76 in stead of the expected 77 AUGUSTA Ga April 6 —&)— Scores of the leaders for the first three rounds of the Augusta national invitation golf tournament: x — indicates amateur Craig Wood Deal N J 69-72-68— 209 Olin Dutra Los Angeles 70-70-70—210 Henry Tlcard Hershey Pa 67-68-78— 211 ' Gene Sarazen Brookfield Center N Y 68-71-73—212 Walter Hagen Detroit 73-89-73—214 Denny Shute Philadelphia 73-71-70— 214 Ray Mangrum Los Angeles 88-71-76 — 215 x— Lawson Little San Francisco 74-72- 70-216 Johnny Revolts Milwaukee Wu 70- 74-73—217 Victor Gherzi Deal N J 73-71-73— 217 Bvron Nelson Texarkana Tex 71-74-72—217 Jimmy Hines New York 70-70-77—217 Paul Runyan White Paina N Y 70-72-75—217 Sam Parks Jr Pittsburgh 74-70-74 — 218 Joe Turnets West Hartford Cann 73- 71-64—218 Bobby Cruickshank Richmond Va 76-70-73—219 Leo Diegel Philadelphia 72-73-74—219 Johnny Dawson Chicago 75-72-72— 219 Robert T Jones Jr Atlanta 74-72-73 — 219 Leo Diegel Philadelphia 72-73-74-219 Johnny Dawson Chicago 75-72-72—219 Robert T Jones Jr Atlanta 74-72-73 -219 Willie Goggin San Francisco 68-74-78 —220 Ed Dudley Augusta Ga 73-73-74-220 Mike Turneia Elmsford N Y 72-74- 75—221 Dick Metz Chicago 75-73-74-221 A1 Espinosa Akron O 78-72-73-221 x— Charles Yates Atlanta 75-70-76—221 Ky Laffoon Chicago 78-73-72-221 Harold McSpaden Kansas City Kas 75-72-75 222 Phil Perkins Willoughby O 77-71-75 —223 x— Fred Haas Jr Kew Orleans 75-73- 75 223 BUI Burke Cleveland 74-85-74 -223 Willie Klein New York 72-75-76-223 Horton Smith Chicago 74-75-74—223 Harry Cooper Chicago 73-76-74—223 Bill Mehlhorn Louisville 76-70-77— 223 i Tommy Armour Chicago 73-76-7V-224 HERB ON PROGRAM Herb Pennock president of (he I Charlotte Hornets and one of the greatest southpaw pitchers in base- ball will toss the first ball to officially open the season The baseball game will start at 3 o'clock The other six clubs will play their first contests the following week The other first games follow: Monday— Lions club vs Purol Pep Tuesday — Coca-Cola Refreshers vs Yandle-Crouch Cardinals Wednesday — Red Shields vs Caldwell Concrete Mixers All games this year will be played at Independence Park beginning at 4 o’clock and after May 7 when schools are closed the games will begin at 2:30 Several games will be played in the mornings at 10 o'clock after May 7 CHARLESTON S C April (P) — After fanning three straight times Hank Greenberg hit a hot line single in the 13th inning today to pull an exhibition base t 7 ball game out s-f the fire for the Detroit Tigers The final score was 3 to 2 with the Cin-cinanti Reds on the short side of the tally sheet Four thou-sand fans the WANK GREENBERG largest crowd either club has attracted this spring witnessed the overtime contest The two clubs left tonight for Charlotte and will reach the Queen City early Sunday morning They play in Charlotte Sunday afternoon Piedmont League Schedule FIRST HALF April 25-26-27-23 Richmond it Asheville Wilmington at Charlotte Portsmouth at Norfolk 25-28 Norfolk at Portsmouth 26-27 April 2-M-Mr L Asheville at Wilmington Norfolk at Richmond Portsmouth at Charlotte May 2-8-4 -6 Charlotte at Norfolk Portsmouth at Asheville Wilmington at Richmond Cine (Nl 000 000 020 000 0—27 3 Pet (A) 200 000 000 qqq 3 9 0 MacFayden Brennan and Lombardi Campbell Auker Marberry Sulivan and Hayworth Cochrane (TBS 8 At Chicago: WASHINGTON t Washington (A) OOO 002 000 00—2 5 1 Chicago (Ni OOO 000 110 01—3 12 0 Burke Russell Stewart and Bolton French Henshaw and Hartnett REAL PROGRAM This year all clubs are sponsored and outfitted and a real program is planned for the young ball players of Charlotte The teams are coached by members of the Charlotte fire department who were former players on the Firemen baseball team The Douglas and Sing clubs rre coached by Sam Honeycutt and Mack Munday Both are former stars Honeycutt was an infielder and Munday ail outfielder Foremost is coached by Lloyd Thomas star infielder and Boley Todd firstbasemen and catcher Charlie Werner an infielder and Buckshot Deal pitcher are the coaches of the Purol Pep team CARDINALS 6 BROWNS At St Louis: St Louis (Nl St Louis (A i May 6-7-6 Norfolk at Asheville Wilmington at Portsmouth Charlotte at Richmond May 9-10-1 1 -12 Asheville at Charlotte Richmond at Portsmouth Norfolk at Wilmington July 5-6 Portamouth at Norfolk Richmond at Aaheville Wilmington at Charlotte Jly 7 Portsmouth at Norfolk Richmond at Asheville Wilmington at Charlotte July 8-6-1 Asheville at Wilmington Norfolk at Richmond Portamouth at Charlotte July 11-12-13-14 Charlotte at Norfolk Portsmouth at Asheville Wilmington at Richmond July 13-16-17 Norfolk at Asheville Wilmington at Portsmouth Charlotte at Richmond Msy 13-14-16 Asheville at Richmond Portsmouth at Norfolk Charlotte at Wilmington May 16-17-16-19 Wilmington at Asheville Norfolk at Richmond Charlotte at Portamouth May 20-21-22 Asheville at Portsmouth Richmond at Wilmington Norfolk at Charlotte July 18-19-20-2! Asheville at Charlotte Richmond at Portsmouth Norfolk at Wilmington July 22-23-24 Aaheville at Richmond Portsmouth at Norfolk Charlotte at Wilmington May 23-24 -25-26 Asheville at Norfolk Richmond at Charlotte Portsmouth at Wilmington May 27-28-29 Charlotte at Asheville Wilmington at Norfolk Portsmouth at Richmond May 30 Norfolk at Portsmouth A M Portsmouth at Norfolk P M Asheville at Richmond (2 Charlotte at Wilmington 42) 013 002 000—6 5 102 000 000—3 12 1 1 P Dean and Davis Delancey Thomas Knott and Hemsley riTTSBlRGH 2i FORT WORTH 6 At Fort Worth Tex: Pittsburgh (Nl 000 110 02 9 2 Fort Worth (TLl 000 000 0—0 3 0 Hoyt and Padden Jonnard and Hev-ing (Called at end of seventh to permit time for Cubs-Fort Worth game May 2 1 -June 1-2 Norfolk at Portsmouth Asheville at Richmond Charlotte at Wilmington June 3-4-3 Wilmington at Asheville Charlotte at Portsmouth Richmond at Norfolk July 25-26-27-28 Wilmington at Ashevilla Norfolk at Richmond Charlotte at Portamouth t July 29-84-31 Asheville at Portsmouth Richmond at Wilmington Norfolk at Charlotte August 1 -2-8-4 Asheville st Norfolk Richmond at Charlotte Portsmouth at Wilmington August 5-6-7 Charlotte at Aaheville Wilmington at Norfolk Portsmouth at Richmond August 6-9-10-11 Norfolk at Portsmouth Asheville at Richmond Charlotte at Wilmington August 12-13-14 Wilmington at Asheville Charlotte at Portsmouth Richmond at Norfolk It HITE SOX 7 FORT WORTH 1 At Fort Worth Tex: Chicago (Ai 201 121 OYVj0 Ft Worthy ( TLJ ’000 0O0 1 — 1 5 3 Rigney Phelps and Rudf Milstead” and Brosk le THREE COACHES Caldwell has three coaches E W BROOKLYN At Orlando: Montreal (ILi T Brooklyn N I MONTREAL 3 010 010 O— 2 3 2 430 I03l — 12 14 3 Appleton Smythe and Tate Vance Leonard and Lopez (Called end of seventh rain) June 6-7-8-B Asheville at Portsmouth Norfolk at Charlotte Richmond at Wilmington June 10-11-12 Asheville at Norfolk Richmond at Charlotte Portsmouth at Wilmington Juns 13-14-13-16 Charlotte at Asheville Portsmouth at Richmond Wilmington at Norfolk Junt 17-13-19 Richmond at Asheville Wilmington at Charlotte Norfolk at Portsmouth August 15-16-17-16 Asheville at Portsmouth Norfolk at Charlotte Richmond at Wilmington August 19-24-21 Asheville at Norfolk Richmond at Charlotte Portsmouth at Wilmington August 22-23-24-25 Charlotte at Asheville Portsmouth at Richmond Wilmington at Norfolk August 26-27-24 Richmond at Asheville Wilmington at Charlotte Norfolk at Portsmouth August 29-80-31-Sept 1 Asheville at Wilmington Portsmouth at Charlotte Richmond at Norfolk PHILLIES 10 ATHLETICS 2 At Philadelphia: Philadelphia” (A 2no”bOfl 0002” 7 ”2 Philadelphia (Nl 010 242 Olx— 10 17 1 Benton Mahaffey7Csin and Foxx Davis Johnson and Wilson RED SOX 16: BIRMINGHAM 6 Ai Birmingham: June 20-21-22-23 Asheville at Wilmington Portsmouth at Charlotte Richmond at Norfolk June 2I-23-2R Portsmouth at Asheville Charlotte at Norfolk Wilmington at Richmond June 27-26-29-30 Norfolk at Asheville Wilmington at Portsmouth Charlotte at Richmond Sept 2 Norfolk at Portsmouth A M Portsmouth at Norfolk P M Wilmtnglon at Richmond Charlotte at Asheville (2 1 2 1 Sept 8 Portsmouth at Norfolk Wilmington at Richmond Charlotte at Asheville Rhyne T C Hinson and R Me- ®"ston !A’ 010 213 130-1014 0 J 1 Birmingham iSAt 0(10 000 000— 0 4 1 HEELS LOSE TO STATE GOLFERS RALEIGH April 6— tP)-N C State's golf team defeated the North Carolina linksmen here today 101-2 to 7 1-2 The matches were played in drizzling rain over the soaked Carolina country club course Willie Dusty Slate's No 3 player turned in a 74 for the lowest medal score Erwin Lax ton the Tar Heel ace got a 78 for the lowest for tiie visitors Tho summary of points won: Laxton (Carolina 2 over Patnr t: Raerthlein (State Ha s D Harrta I1 Lax (on and Harris (Carolina over Postore and Baerthehn 0 Duty (State 2' over Fijanowaki ’a Scale (State 3 over Hamilton 0 Dusty and Scales (State) a over Pijanowskl and Ilamil- Clenahan G W Hopkins and H W Hudson both catchers are in charge of the Coca-Cola club The Lions club is coached by Rat Austin a star infielder and Vanier who served as trainer in the army Andy Ferguson a very good pitcher in past years and J G Oates coach the Yandle-Crouch Cardinals while R D Basinger is in charge of the Red Shields team The league will play a game each day beginning with the opening game Saturday and going until June 15 when the all-star team is selected to represent Charlotte in the state race Rhodes Walberg and Ferrell Hinkle Hughes Dunaway Stewart and Orefice Goulsby July 1-2-3 Asheville at Charlotte Norfolk at Wilmington Richmond at Portsmouth Sept 4 Portsmouth at Norfolk Wilmington at Richmond Charlotte at Asheville YANKEES At Atlanta: New York lAI Atlanta iSAt ATLANTA 8 304 010 010—9 13 0 400 001 030—8 9 1 Alien Iamulis and Glenn: Nelson Kelley and McCaskell Palmtsano GIANTS 13 MLMPH1S 0 At Memphis: New York iNt i til I 2 100 OO0—1 5 20 1 Memphis iSAi 000 000 OOO— 0 3 1 Castleman and Mancuso Danntng Butzman Swayze Liebhardt and Powell Hofmann SECOND HALI July 4 Norfolk at Portsmouth A M Portsmouth at Norfolk P M Richmond at Asheville 2i Wilmington at Charlotte (2) Sept S-6-7-8 Norfolk at Asheville Wilmington at Portamouth Charlotte at Richmond SpL 9-10-11 Asheville at Charlotte Norfolk at Wilmington Richmond at Portamouth — Sundays ' Ask Tenner's Patrons why they like to dine here They’ll give you plenty of good reasons— one of which is the specially delicious Sunday dinner Just the place to bring your Sunday Visitors I cfK tetvU SSI W Trade EL Leaders ' Cards At Augusta TTS National Want Ad Week-More ads — More readers — More result— fa The Observer AUGUSTA Ga April 6 — fAPi — Cards of the leader for today's 18 hole round with totals for 54 holes in the Augusta national tournament follows: Par out 454 343 454—38 Craig Wood out 445 343 345—35 Olin Dutra out 464 343 444—36 Henry Picard out 456 453 444-39 Gene Sarazen out 554 334 454—37 Par in 443 545 344— 36 Wood in 433 535 244—33—68—299 Dutra in 353 544 244—34—79—210 Picard tn 443 544 553—37—76—211 Sarazen in 544 544 354—36—73—212 ton AMERICAN LOOP UMPIRE RETIRES CHICAGO April ft— (iP)— After 21 years of service as an American league umpire George Hildebrand has been placed on the retired list at his own request His place on the league staff will be taken by John A Quinn of Philadelphia the Southern league umpire who callPd them for the major leaguers during their barnstorming tour of Japan last winter Desire for a rest was given as the cause of Hildebrand’s retirement The rest of the league’s um piring staff will remain intact SYRACUSE CLUB VICTIM OF RAIN GREENVILLE S C April 6-The Syracuse Chiefs of the International league were unable to play their game with the Judson mill team of Greenville this afternoon because of rain and wet grounds The Chiefs came here from Shelby where yesterday they lost 2 to 1 to the Cleveland Cloth mill team They returned to Charlotte their training camp shortly after lunch Tomorrow the Chiefs will be idle but Monday will play the Charlotte club of the Tiedmont league the first of a two-game series Bobby Coombs who was to pitch today's game will start the game Monday against the Piedmont league club Will Enter Net Meet SANFORD April 6 — Sanford high school will have representatives in the state high school tennis tournament to be held in Chapel Hill April 11-12 Glenn Griffin Bill Major and Dick York will enter the contests there representing the local school ROCHESTER 6 t'OLL'MBt'S 3 At Riirtow Fla: Columbus tAA' 000 911 — 091 — 3 3 RocheMcr ill 019 203 OOx— 8 9 3 Cox Lynn and O'Grodou-skl Kies Brrley Polter and Henley West TORONTO 14: ALL-STARS 7 At Tampa Fla: Toronto” t Ai 103””oi2“ 001 — 14’ ir0 All Star 000 410 002— 7 13 7 Fdwards Mooie Carbone and Poacork Kelly: P Hernandez M Hernandez and Pizzalato White Jack Medica Breaks Own Mark In Swimming Meet Set New Record in 500Yards at National A A U Indoor Meet at New York-Hangs Up Three Unofficial Records Also At Mobile Albany (I vs Kansas City (AA) at Nashville Cleveland (A) va Nashville: at Deland Montreal 1 vs Minneapolis and at Knoxville Baltimore (I vs Knoxville all cancelled rain LEWIS TOSSES LOU PLUMMER DES MOINES la April 6 — (Pi — Ed (Strangler) Lewis 250 last night threw Lou Plummer 235 Chicago in two quick falls after the Chicogan had taken the first fall of the feature mat event Cliff Olson 209 Minneapolis threw Tommy Marvin 218 Everglades Fla one fall IJ RESIDENT S A (Monk) God-man of the American professional football league will come to Charlotte Thursday to confer with the Charlotte club's officials over their efforts to regain its league franchise The league confiscated the local club's franchise sometime ago for failure to pay 1934 dues By long distance telephone God-man advised members of the Charlotte Gridiron corporation yesterday that he would leave his home in Memphis Tenm tomorrow stopping at Nashville and Knoxville to confer with sportsmen of tiie two cities who are trying to obtain franchises Godman said he anticipates nr difficulty regarding Charlotte's efforts to regain its franchise He indicated that a closer knit circuit than last year’s American league is in the making Last year the loop was composed of Dallas Texas Tulsa Okla Kansas City Mo Memphis Louisville Ky and Charlotte THREE ARE TIED IN SKEET SHOOT C B Suttle Bill Laslie and F Norris were the big guns at the weekly shoot of the Izaak Walton skeet club yesterday each turning in perfect scores of 25 Likewise three others were tied for second place with scores of 24 They were: W L Orr J M Morehead and D M Young Jr Yhe results: F Norris 25 C B Suttle 25 Bill Laslie 25 J M More-head 24 W L Orr 24 D M Young Jr 24 R C Moore 22 A T Sum-mey 22 H W Moore 22 Bill Howie 22 M Wilson 21 W E Knox 21 T J Harrison 21 C L C Thomas 21 Frank Curry 21 H B Howie 20 C H Williams 20 S A Thompkins Jr 20 C A Torrence 19 B J Baugh 19 E E Suttle 19 Red Rouse 18 Pete Young 15 H P Roberts 15 J Wallwork 15 D M Young Sr 14 D Smith 12 Mrs HANDBALL TITLE WON BY PLATAK WASHINGTON April 6— (P-Joe Platak of Chicago tonight became national amateur handball champion defeating Sam Atcheson of Memphis holder of the title for the last two years 21-16 14-21 and 21-3 VKV YORK April 6 — (IP) — Just by way of emphasiz-inp his superiority as America’s foremost free-style swimmer 20-year-old Jack Medica of the University "of Washington tonight retained his 500-yard title in the National A A U indoor meet plowing through the New York Athletic club pool in five minutes 163 seconds for a new world’s record The swarthy Seattle streak$ cracked his own listed world's I standard of 5:268 by 103 seconds m 1 finishing 25 yards— the length of the pool — ahead of Jim Gilhula LTniversity of Southern California speedster and three other of the fastest swimmers in the United States and Canada 3 NEW MARKS During the course of his recorfl-hreaking performance Medica who holds numerous American and world's titles from 300 yards up was unofficially credited with hanging up three new American marks He was clocked by one timer — it requires three for it to be official — in 2:331 at the half way mark: in 3:058 at 300 and in 4:125 at 400 yards Medica who made the race runaway after the first four laps when lie was pursued closely by Gilhula and young John Maclonis of Yale made certain of a new rec ord after Starter Ed Kennedy fired the gun for the last 50 yards A capacity gallery of 700 was held spellbound as the powerfully-built Pacific Coast star sprinted the remainder of the race as if he were shoulder to shoulder with one of his challengers Match Rained Out CHAPEL HILL April 6— (P) Rain forced a postponement of the Carolina-N C State freshman tennis match scheduled to be played here this afternoon BEAUFORT April 6— (-Bringing down 92 targets out of 100 Grady Miller of Charlotte won the Class A Gray Goose championship in the first half of the Edge-water spring skeet tournament here today Tom Smoot Jr of Greenville won the class B title hitting 77 targets out of 100 Lunsford Long Jr of Raleigh tied Smoot but lost in a shoot-off W B Thomas of High Point won the class C competition bringing down 66 out of 100 targets ALLISON WILL BATTLE GRANT HOUSTON Tex April 6-tP— Wilmer Allison of Austin Davis cup star and number one tennis player of the United States won his way into the finals of the River Oaks Country club invitational tourney today defeating Gilbert Hall of New Jersey 4-6 6-4 6-4 6-4 Allison will meet "Bitsy” Grant of Atlanta in the finals Sunday I if ternoon Spiders Take Dual Meet by 89 to 37 — Davidson Freshmen Winners R ICHMOND Va April 6— (yp) — muddy track meet from Davidson today — the Spiders coming out on the lond end of an 89 to 37 count Davidson freshmen defeated the Richmond yearlings by 67 2-5 to 49 3-5 A steady rain which turned the field at Milhiser stadium to mud slowed down the runners and shortened the distance in the weight events Jack Bristow sophomore dash man led the Richmond scoring by turning in 10 points for his team Byerle and Dickinon the only two Davidson men to place in two events scored four points each Captain Jimmy West of the Rich- ! mond squad performed the outstanding feat of the meet when he broad-jumped 20 feet— a good two feet better than the other leapers had been able to make Spectators athletes and coaches agreed that the weather spoiled all marks 100 Yrd dash— First Bristow (Rich- ' mond) second Peterson (Richmond i -third Dickson (Davlrisoni Tima 16 6 220 Yard dash — First Bristow (Richmond second Dickson 'Davidson: third 1 Byerly (Davidson Time 234 440 Yard dash— rirst Paterson I Richmond' second Johnson (Davidson: third Glasgow 'Davidson) time 55 4 886 Yard run— First Shuford (Davidson: second Naff (Richmond i third Tabb (Richmond! time 2:16 5 Mile run— First Frailer tDavideoni second Merchant (Davidsont third Naff (Richmond-fime 4-527 2 Mila run-Flrst Lump kin (Richmond: aecond Gillette Davld-sonl third Montgomery (Davidsont-time 10:53 4 120 Yard high hurdles- Ftrst Leverton (Richmond! second Dey-erle 'Davidsont third Dickinson (Richmond': time 163 220 Yard low hur dles— First Dickinson (Richmond i second Leverton (Richmond- third Pittman (Davidson time 29 flat High Jump-First West Hash and Denton all of Richmond tied for first height 5 feet 6 Inches Broad Jump— First West (Richmond': aecond Garber (Rich mond!: third Deyerly (Davidson) distance 20 feet Pole vault— First Hash (Richmond) second Pittman (Davidsont third West (Richmondi height J1 feet Shot put-FIrst R Todd (Richmond ' second Selvera (Davidson!) third Sutton iRlchmondi distance 38 feet 11 inches Discus — First Sutton (Richmond second Kern iRichmond': third Dohson (Richmondi: distance 113 feel 10 Inches Javelin — First Walton I Richmond: second Clark (Richmond i third Dohson (Richmondi distance 172 feet inches COLLEGE BASEBALL Elen al High Point rain Lenoir Rhyno at Catawba wet ground) Wake forest at Duke sret grounds South Carolina at Newberry rain Georfla Tech ai Clemton rain Vermont at Hampden-Sydney rain Loulsburg ai Eastern Carolina rain North Carolina at Davldion rain COLLEGE TENNIS North Carolina ai Daridson rain C lemson 4 Mississippi Stale 2 COLLEGE TRACK Richmond 9 D tvldsnn 17 Davidson fresh 67 2-0 Rlrhvnond 49 8-6 South Csrollna 7' Furmsn 57' i Cltsdel at Wofford wet grounds WESTBROOK INSURANCE AGENCY 1st Nat Bank Bldg Telephone 3-4158 Charlotte N C Major League Baseball ROBBIE’S FIELD Sunday 3 P M DETROIT TIGERS Amrrlcan League Champions CINCINNATI REDS National League Boxes LZb grandstand gl Bleacher 75c Colored Bleachers 50c (All Tax raid) All Boxes Reserved on bale at Hice Williamson 120 S Tryon — Phone 5161 99 o© Resisting a temptation to boost prices because of the two "naturals” Promoter Jim Crockett announced last night there will be no increase in admission prices for the strongest wrestling card ever offered here Monday night April 15 A new high in attendance is anticipated and wise fans will reserve their tickets which may be obtained at Dixie Cigar store from Tuesday until the night of the match Ringside seats will sell for $110 main floor will go for 75 cents while balcony seats will sell for 55 cents This program would bring double these prices in big eastern cities Two s u p e r d r e a d n anghts tangle In the main event Chief Tiny Roebuck 289 pounds meeting Tor Johnson 303 pounds In the semi-final Mayes McLain hooks up with Ell Fischer Ir a clean and scientific rnaCch — Adv

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