The Charlotte Observer from Charlotte, North Carolina on March 27, 1938 · 18
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PAGE EIGHTEEN Allierican Legion Junior Baseball Squads‘Are Selected 145 Boys Assigned To Eight Sponsors PARADE A parade to be held at 12:30 o'clock will precede the opening day's ceremonies at Hayman Park Saturday The parade under tentative plans will be held from Tryon and Eighth streets south to about Morehead street The first week's schedule is as follows: Saturday April 2 — News at Observer Independence No 1 10 o'clock Little Grills at Red Shields Independence No 2 10 o'clock Lowe and Campbell at Rimmer's Hayman Park 2 o'clock Faul and Crymes at Mays Transfer Hayman Park 4 o'clock Monday April 4— Observer at Little Grills Tuesday April 5 — News at Red Shields Wednesday April 6 — Rimmer's at Emil and Crymes Thursday April 7 — Mays Transfer at Lowe and Campbell Friday April 8 — Red Shields at Observer Saturday April 9 — Little Grills at News diamond No I Rimmer's at Mays Transfer diamond No 2 Opening day games will be seven innings each All games except on opening day and a Saturday morning game each week at diamond No 1 will be played at diamond No 2 at Independence Park Contests during the week will start at 3:30 o'clock The league will end May 23 COACHES DRILL TEAMS Yesterday after squads were selected the players were turned over to team coaches for regular fielding batting and pitching drills Boys who wish to play in the Legion city league and who have not been assigned to a team should get in touch with Gene Lawing at 103 Piedmont building Following are the squad lists: Charlotte Observer — Horace House Paul Monty George Hodges Bill Starnes Donald Cook Don Blanton Ed Clark Wilburn Stubbs S W Gibson Peggy Farris Nisbet Rodgers Joe McKinnon James Williams Ben Willeford Arthur Helms Holland Howard Donald Young Marion Cassidy Norris Crigler Paul Berg Stuart Childs Bill Hyland Lowe and Campbell — Bill Smith James Gascoigne Worth Coati Addison Stubbs Roy Cook Richard McNughton Z H Howie Gerald Munday Bill Free7e Otis Branon Bobby Thomas Bill Radey Hobart Sutton Jack Kirby Benton Dean Jack Turner Henry Stokes Harry Hartis Eugene White Oscar Davenport Henry Engle RED SHIELDS HAVE 13 Red Shields — W R Pittman John Allen Walker Martin Lloyd Stover Ratchford Murray Harding Parkcrson Bill Armstrong Wade Curie Garland Ileavis Sam McAllister Elbert Syover Buddy Iran-dell Tom Payne Rimmees — Vernon Miller Jennings Pinksion Bill Ricketts Buck Morris Dick Qerness Warren Helms James Lindsay Jack Helms J G Capps Jr Jack Hunter John Ed Parnell Austin Dellinger Jimmy Blume Richard 'Marston Larry Harper Earl Stevens Jack King Mays Transfer — Lloyd Duncan Alfred Leaner Donald Charles Ralph Miller John Belton Earl Sechler David Coates Roland Donaldson Johnny Cobb George Threatt Walker Creason Grover Broome Donald Wisely Frank Garrison Kenneth Stroud Malcolm Collins D C Nesbit Jay Tant George Livingston 41Ib First Week's Schedule is Drawn—City League Opens Saturday With Exercises at Hayman Park Proceed by Street Parade—Teams Will be Weeded Later BY DICK DASHIELL SQUADS of American Legion Junior baseball players 145 in number were chosen and assigned yesterday morning to sponsors of the city league and opening round games for the first week of play were announced Most of the squads which later will be reduced to about 12 boys for each sponsor will practice at C L MALIK IS Independence Park No 2 every aft- NAMED COACH ernoon next week from 3:30 to 8 O'clock under the following sched- OF 8TH TEAM We: Monday — Rimmer's Drug Store and Mays Transfer Tuesday — Mays Transfer and Lowe and C L MAUK former coach of the Campbell Wednesday — Charlotte Knoxville Tenn American Le News and nut and Crymes Thurs gion Junior baseball team has been day — Charlotte Observer and Lit- secured as coach for the Lowe and tie Grin Friday — Charlotte Ob- Campbell entry in the Legion city server The Red Shields will prac- league it was revealed last night tice each day at North Charlotte Mauk is connected with the Union and The Observer will drill tomor- bus terminal row at Cole's field Additions to Selection of Mauk completes the the above schedule may be made city league coaching staff Howard this week 1111Pn Tilpqrinv unm cionort a q ennrh FAUL AND CRTMES Faul and Crymes — George Sherrill Jr Oscar Jenkins Hal Van Pelt Donald Kinsey L T Rippey Ray House by Goodson Pat Diggs Erskine Denton Dan Lomax Arron Orenstein Walter Strehl Clifford Smith James Fowler Jack Myers Ben Wilson Leland Puckett Little Grit Ts—Clyde Moore Hendy Allen Ogden Joe Kumpe James Phillips Francis Tomlinson Frank Lovelace Roy Waltman Harry Lunsford Cecil Adams Homer Dellinger Phillip De Barry William &nicer Lloyd Hovis Sterling Jordan Bill Grice Jack Erwin A C Allen Charlotte News — Dick Young Jr James Watkins Gates McGarity Joe Moss Tommy Jones Billy Jones Dean Bassett Berman Alkey Buck Knight John Muse Richard Steele Earl Coggin Bill Helms Joe Muse Charles Rochester Harold Kimmons Maurice Green Wallace Stutts 10 TNNEE RIIFERrag WEST PALM BEACH Fla Marrh 201 —11P)--Melo Bettina of Bearrot N Y eighth ranking light heaNy-weight survived a aerond-round knock-down tonight ard handed Pat McDuff cif Houston Total a deririve IO-rattnd beating Gere Tonne? former old heavyweiet eharrnin refereed Students' Suits $1850 to $2150 Second Floor MELLON'S C L MAUK former coach of the Knoxville Tenn American Legion Junior baseball team has been secured as coach for the Lowe and Campbell entry in the Legion city league it was revealed last night Mauk is connected with the Union bus terminal Selection of Mauk completes the city league coaching staff Howard Niven Tuesday was signed as coach of Rimmer's Drug Store nine Other coaches and teams they will tutor are as follows: Dit Gil land Charlotte Observer Lloyd Thomas Charlotte News Marshall Pettus Faul and Crymes Ernest McGill Red Shields Sam Hunnicutt Mays Transfer and Andy Ferguson Little Grills 4 REDSKINS RAP ON POINTS S ALISBURY March 26---(iP)—Ca- tawba Indians opened defense of their North State Conference baseball championship here today by defeating the High Point Panth7 ers 7-6 Lefty Bob Hampton kept seven Pather hits well scattered and fanned 12 batters His mates supported him poorly making six errors The Indians did their scoring in the first four innings to take a 7-3 lead but the Panthers rallied to put over three runs in the sixth on two hits and three Catawba errors The hox: High Point Catawba AbRECIA1 AbRHOA Alrong 2b 5 1 2 0 013eattie 2b 3 0 0 1 2 T'wney 3b 5 1 1 3 IrPeiffer lb 4 1 1 8 0 B'nk)ey lb 3 0 0 4 tYClark rf 3 1 1 30 Harris ef 3 1 2 6 'Poole ef 3 7 0 0 Gregg If 4 2 0 3 OM D'vis e 2 1 1 12 0 C'chrane e 2 0 1 2 Tr D'vls 3b 4 1 1 2 1 Varner e 2 0 0 5 01)Prrison rf 4 0 2 0 0 H'erson ss 4 1 1 0 2 Morgan ss 4 1 1 13 Wagner rf 1 0 0 0 0 Hampton p 3 1 0 0 1 Atkins rf 3 0 0 1 ni Yow p 100001 EL-master 1 0 0 0 01 Cachet p 2 0 0 0 01 1 Foists 36 6 7 24 &Totals 30 7 7 27 7 x-Batted for Vow in fifth High Point 200 103 000-6 Catawba 401 200 00x-7 —Errors: Vow Henderson Cochrane 2 Pettier 2 Beattie MMUS T Davis Morgan Runs hatted in: Towery Henderson Atkins Clark 3 T Davis 2 M Davis Two base hits: Armstrong Peiffer Three base hits: T Davis Morrison Stolen bases: Gregg Clark M Davis T Davis Morrison Sacrifices: nrinkley Double play: Harris to Brinkley Left on has: High Point 4: Catawba 5 Base on balls: off Vow 5 off Hampton 1 Struck out: by Yow 3 by Cachet 4 by Hampton 12 Hits: off Yow 5 in 4 Innings off Cachet 2 in 4 innings Wild pitches: Varner M Davis Losing pitcher: Yow Umpire: Culbreth Time: 1:47 LENOIR RHYNE BUMPS OHIO BOBCATS 10-4 HICKORY March 26—(r)—Ohin university Bobcats used five pitchers today but were unable to stop a terrific hitting spree by Lenoir Rhyne and lost the baseball game 10-4 Onto Lenoir Rhyne ABRHOM ABRHOA Coenct 5 1 2 2 01Qu1nn3h 6 2 2 1 4 Malokas213 5 2 3 3 Irerryct 4118 0 Jurknoice 5 0 1 5 21Compseles 5 1 3 0 3 Havrilla3b 5 0 0 2 21Cookon 0 0 0 0 0 Lueb'erslb 3 0 1 7 0 Tuttlep-If 5 1 1 1 2 BoehkIf 3 0 0 0 0:Brownrf 2 0 1 1 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Totaln 40 111 15 27 13 Ohio OM 020 200— 4 Lenoir Rhyne 103 310 12x-10 Two base hits — Sampset Mr Swain COPri Double play—Quinn to Newton Umpire—Reynolds 7 DEMON DEACONS FROCK SPRINGFIELD 5 TO 2 WAKE FOREST March 21-411 —Wake Forests Deacons opened the Big Five baseball season today by trimming Springfield college tn 2 in a tight game here Springfield Wahis Forest sot n al lib h ir thl'n 3b 2 0 0 0 1 Dickens is 4 0 1 2 3 ChaPn 3b 2 0 0 0 0 Fuller lb 3 1 113 3 Reed is 4 0 1 2 4 Payne cf 4 0 0 1 1 Knell lb 3 0 0 I 0 Ancter't 2b 3 2 3 2 5 Rnnt lb 1 0 0 0 011oye if 3 0 1 1 Towle cl 3 0 1 3 0 if 3 1 1 0 ii-trnlan I 1 1 0 0 Glass rt 1 1 0 fl 0 Hall rf 3 0 0 0 0 Dupree 3!) 3 0 0 0 3 crk 21 1 0 0 0 1 Clay'n 3b noon 0 Muir 2b rf 4 0 1 4 4 Perin c 3 0 0 7 1 Rampal If 2 0 0 1 0 Talley p 3 0 1 2 2 Smith Il 1 0 0 1 Oi Tracy c 4 1 2 5 0! Cl'k p 200001 Munote p 1001011 tx-Dson 0 0 0 0 01 1 Totals 34 2 62411Totatl 30 $ 82718 x—Ht tor Tnwle in 9ib xx-1111 for Mingo In 911 Smite tw innolgn Errors—Diliman Hall Tracy Fuller Afterholf Buns baited In — Luo Paele Aderboll Rev Twobace Stroen bases—Fulles klerho't Sarriflo — Fuller Double rait--Roe& ftfur and Knox Left on baes—Sprirzflelft 8: Wake Irnest 4 Fta 5e on bart—eff Clark TV'est mrute t strlett Out bv—W rtfvIt 1 Tale' 8 MIfrok 3 H'R off—W Oa 8 in 4 teet: off lkturr 2 in 4 inring3 fft rthe--Talev 1D-k tpvrs rfr'er--W CarkT:rre—I 70 THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER-Thc Foremost Newspaper of the Two Carolinas RECENTLY elected by their teammates to captain Big Five football teams in North Carolina for thr 1938 gridiron campaign are these six sturdy stars Top row (left to right)—George Watson halfback and Steve It taronic trickle co-captains at North Carolina George Wirtz halfback Wake Forest Bottom row—Darr Warden Irtekle Davidson: Eric Tipton halfback atilt Dan Hill centrr co-captains at Duke North Carolina State will again follow the custom of a different captain for each (Jame (Special Observer photos) : : :11'C4:17:144iy r!"Y5!'"!-A77tn! LEADERS OF BIG FIVE GRID TEAMS FOR 1938 1!:Z17F ke4 A!44' PACKS LICK ABBEYS BELMONT March 26 — Three pitchers for the Lance Packing company baseball team of Charlotte this afternoon pitched a no-hit no-run 4-0 game against the Belmont Abbey nine on the college field here Grisdale visiting hurler pitched five innings and was relieved by Farrell who in turn was relieved by Wilkenson the latter two pitching two innings each Summary: Lance 1 Belmont Abbey ABRHOA ARRHOA kfil1ign2b 4 1 3 2 0 Pwsloskisa 2 0 0 2 5 BWleyrf 5 0 0 0 0 nurier2b 3 0 0 3 21 Kellylf 5 0 2 0 0 Bradleyef 4 fl 0 3 0 Jordancf S 1 4 1 Ofergrsonlb 4 0 0 5 0 Lawingss 5 1 1 3 2 Clner31) 3 0 0 1 1 CrookAh 3 1 2 3 0 Rhynelf 3 0 0 2 1 Hopperlb 0 0 0 1 klisnierf 3 0 0 1 0 IWileylb 0 0 0 1 OZtlimprf 0 0 0 0 0 Wngate3b 4 0 1 1 liGassc 20050 Beame 4 0 014 tYlVilsonp 3 0 0 5 1 Grisdalem 3 0 0 0 Lx-Rnmndel 1 0 0 0 Farrellp 0 0 0 0 0 y-Alodra 1 0 0 0 0 Wilknanp 1 0 0 L-Perry 1 0 0 0 01 — -- -- Totals 39 4 13 27 41 TOWS 29 0 0 27 10 —Hit fot Gas in 9th fnt Pawloski In 9th z—Hit for Farrell in ath Store by innings: Lance 000 :ina 001-4 Abbey MO 000 000-0 Errors: Lawing Visnic Pawloski 2 Ciner Buns batted in: Jordan Beam Wingate Crook Two base hit: Wingate Three base hit: Jordan Stolen bases: Bram Jordan Liming Struck out by Grisdale 7 Farrell 3 Wilkenson 2 Wilson 2: Fergerson 2 Hits: off Cris-dale 0 In 5 Innings off Farrell 0 in 2 Innings: Wilkenson 0 In 2 inning NVI Isom 7 in 5 Innings: Fergerson 6 in 4 innings Double plays: Pawloski to Couturier to Wilson Hit by pitcher: by Grisdale trawloskil: by Wilkinson (Paw loski) Winning pitcher: Grisdale losing pitcher: Wilson Umpire: Hanna Time of game 1:38 9 ASHEVILLE CHARLOTTE DUR RAM NONFOLK Springfield 0411 (nt) ont I Wake Friromt 031 PRI flox I nricv mot s-r tioN liLtn !!'?'!1?'!'!!MrMWM OFFICIAL PIEDMONT LEAGUE SCHEDULE 1938 I A‘littflt E Reed 'May Ift-Itt !June 2-3-4-5 'shine 2Z1-269 :August I-2-3 April 27-2R-79 204142 July 2R-29-30-311 Mat 6-7Rs PORT51401717 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40-77 Willie Coggin San Francisco 33-39-73 Henry Poe Durham N C 39-42-81 x-Fred Ti 'son Charlotte N C 40-41-81 x-It W Gold Greensboro N C 40-46-90 x-Benny Goodes Burlington N C 41-42-83 Art Clark Gary W Va no card Eddie Bush Norway Maine no card Dave Tinsley Spartanburg S C 39-37-76 x-Morton McCarthy Norfolk Va 41-46-81 x-C M Thomas Greensboro N C 43-46-89 v-T J Bean Greensboro N C 46-40- 86 Tommy Armour Boca Baton Fla 39- :14-73 Bobby Cruickshank Richmond Va 37-38-73 1Villie MacFarlane Old Oaks N Y 37-37-74 Bill Heinlein Indianapolis 34-36-70 E J Harrison Little Rock Ark 39-39-78 Herman Barron White Plains N Y 36-38-74 x-Bobby Dunkelberger High Point N C 41-46-81 Mike Turnesa Elmsford N Y 40-4(1-80 Tony Penna Dayton Ohio 37-35-72 Sam Parks Jr Pittsburgh 36-38-74 Jack Patron' Shawnee Ps 36-42-78 x-W T Vines Greensboro N C no card x-Al Dolling Covington Va 37-39-76 Johnny Revolts Evanston 34-34-68 Lawson Little San Francisco 39-36-73 Orville White Greensboro N C 39- 36-73 Wifly Cox 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Winston-Salem N C 48-46-92 x-J Sam Buie Winston-Salem N C SO-43-92 x-Hugh Smith Charlotte N C 42-39-81 x-Charles R Eskridge Shelby N C 43-38-81 L Fleming Sedge-field N C 44-42-88 x-13111 Sharpe Sedgefield N C 44-42-86 x-N P Ray Greensboro N C 40-42-413 W Anderson Wilson N C 42- 44-88 x-Pete Webh Shelby N C 45-43-148 x-Roy S Rutheford Dayton Ohio 39-42-81 x-Frank Stub ler New I'm lc 39-39-78 x-Fred Tanner Long Island N Y no card Herbert McVitty Locust Valley N C no card 6 LANCE SECONDS LOSE 13 TO 2 Coca-Cola defeated the Lance second team 13-2 yesterday afternoon on the Independence Park No 1 diamond in a practice game Coca-Cola 15 15 3 Lance 2 9 4 Batteries: Kil lough J Harper and Williams Lawing Brown Taylor Sigmon Horn and Munson PORTSMOUTH RICHMOND April 30-May 1-8 Ilkley 12-13-14 lime Ill-17-18-W lJtine 27-28-21 July 23-26-27 lAug 4-3-8-7 IJuty 'Aug iApril 21 FIF1 27-28-78 7-11-11-18° 15-18-17 For MAy -111-11 !Jure A-7-2 1 Sert 1-2-3-4 'kfav !7-2A-191 Arril 7-2!--21 :Titre 71 Ju Ty 1-3-3'34Tv P-1-1f) Atz 11-12-13-11 NtA" 17-A 1 -TUre 2-7-4- Pc: 1 May f17-111 July 14-13-10-17 Aug 22-23-24 Mav 11-11-7ft ': 13-14-1S- 21-22-21-n :: WINGATERS WIN Si Nimm9mommumM1M WINGATE March N—Wingate bunched five hits with an error to score five runs In the seventh against Larkwood of Charlotte here this afternoon to down the visitors 5-1 The victors overcame a one-run lead Larkwood gained in the sixth inning Guthrie's double and Edward's triple with two men on base were the telling blows of the rally Wingate's ace pitcher O Thomling allowed only one hit in the six innings he pitched and struck out nine Willand began pitching at the beginning of the seventh and allowed two hits in three innings striking out three Edwards Wingate shortstop handled seven chances without a bobble Armstrong stood out in the field for Larkwood Wingate I Lark woad Abrhel Ab r h e Edwards ss 2 1 1 07 Bell as 3 1 1 0 rurner 2h 4 0 0 11 Armsteg 2b 4 0 10 Guthrie 4 1 1 01 Mort ef 3 0 1 0 TThbg If 411 llgoss 11 - 4000 Ptisser cf 3 1 1 Oil Bell e 4 0 0 Davis lb 3 0 2 01 lurley lb 4 0 0 1 Lupton e 4 0 0 011arnhart 3h 3 0 0 0 Mabry if 3 1 0 p 1 0 0 0 O Th'b'g p 2 0 0 0 Thompson P 1 0 0 0 x-Wil'rd p 2 0 0 0 Broome p 1 ft 0 0 Is Ming's ss 1 0 0 0 — — —1 — — — Totals 31 5 8 31 Totals 29 I 3 2 Wingate MO MO Thoi 5 Lark wood 000 001 000-1 GIRLS' LEAGUE DINES FRIDAY The Women's Municipal Basketball league will hold a banquet Friday night at 7 o'clock at Thacker's restaurant About 60 guests are expected Hudson Hosiery won both halves nf the league championship winning 15 games and losing none ROCKY MOUNT 'May 30-31 Sure I I euly 14-15-16-17 !Aug 22-23-24 May 21-22s-23 June 13-14-15 - 1 !July 21-22-23-24 I May 21-226-23 1May 3O-31 June 1 April 3) May 16-2 June 2n-21-22 July 19-19-20 1June 2-3-4-5 i July 28-29-30-31 Aug 25-29-27-286 tAug 29-30-31 I 30am-21 Jun 1 May 21-22-23 tJuly 4111n 5-1S Tune 2-3-4-5s Mal 12-11-14 !Aug 11-12 Aug 29-30-31 111-17-1f1-19a 22-21 'ATar July 25-20-27 Art-'! 7:1-25 Itre 1-2-3 SUNDAY MARCH 27 1938 ' SECTION ONEt Baseball WINSTON-SALt3 21-72-23 May 21-22-23 Tune 30 !Aug 0-9-10 1My 30-31 Jure 1 Imay so-J1 Jure 'June IS-17-18-19s 'July 25-25-27 May 9-0-14 iJut! 14-13-14-17 lAug 22-23-24 1 lokyttl 11)-Mav 1-2 !July 7-8-9-In 'Aug 13-11l-17 i Aril! 24-23-21 !May 111-11-2n May 24-25-24 Jure '23-24-23-26 ' 11 LI!ine 27-711-21 !!1:1:11!1 11-17-13 Aug 1-2-3 lAug 4-3-4-7 !Aug 113-19-20-21 ! 1 I 14tay 3-4-li :May r-v-zna 1 Full 111y 11-17-13 !June r-21-21 Aug 1843-2041 :July 2s:2131111 I Bachelor Philip In Imperial Cup Win BACHELOR PHILIP TOO GOOD Bostwick recognized a few years ago as the worlds foremost gentleman rider returned to steeplechasing after a long lay-off and forced his mount to the limit but the favored Bachelor Philip whose owner is Bostwick's uncle was too good Long Shot held in at the start by Bostwick made a strong bid on the back stretch of the last lap moving up almost even with Bachelor Philip and then tiring and faltering at the final turn On the last hurdle Long Shot almost fell and was barely able to finish ahead of Vigilance from the Sandy Woods stables Pinehurst ft11 HORSE KILLED The race was marred by an Injury to Our Trouble ' owned by George F Perry of Canada The horse broke his leg on the last Jump and had to be killed Besides Our Trouble the also tans were Royal Thomas and High Gun Another Clark horse Tam O'Shanter also ridden by Bell-house made it a dual victory for his owner in the other hurdle race the Fermata over a mile and-ahalf RACE SUMMARIES Summaries of today's races on the Aiken track follow: One mile trot: First Gadfly nwned by William Post and son East Williston L I and Aiken driven by R L Parker East Williston second Neophyte owned by Harkness Edwards Lexington KY driven by Fred Egan Lexington KY: third Sir Peter Britton owiled and driven by Mrs L C Smith Camden Primo Artemus Alec Carolina Moon also ran Time: 2:11 One mile trot: First: Hollyrood Onward owned by J I Lyle Plainfield N J driven by Fred Egan Lexington Ky: second Hollyrood Robin owned and driven by Dunbar Bostwick Westbury L third Pex Vol° owned by Cornelius Bliss Jr New York driven by J C Andrew Indianapnlis Also ran Mazaran Sir Peter Britton Roland Taffy Hall Time: 2:13 - FERMATA RESULTS The Fermata about 1 miles over hurdles for three-year-olds and up 5300 purse: First Tam O'Shanter owned bY F Ambrose Clark New York ridden by F Bel !house professional Jockey sec- and Planter's Punch owned by S A W Baltazzi Westbury L L ridden by M Mergler professional third King's Parade owned by Rokeby Staples Camden S C ridden by P Byrne professional Also ran Fencing Song Straw Bass Giden Ring Broom Topper Mesa Rica Time: 2:12 The Imperial Cup about two miles over hurdles for three-year-olds and up 91900 purse: Fire Bachelor Philip owned by F Ambrose Clark New York ridden by F Bellhouse pmfessional second Long Shot owned and ridden by George H (Pete) Bostwick New York third Vigilance owned by Sandy Woods stable ridden by M Mergler professional Also ran Royal Thomas Our Trouble High Gun Time: 3:39 2-5 TRISIII LANCER ICINI The Sand River about five furlongs on the flat for three-year-olds and up $300 purse First Irish Lancer owned bY J E Ryan Pittsburgh ridden by J Magee professional second Stampede owned by Mrs Grace H Eustis Aiken and New Yorfk ridden by W Hayhurst professional third Muck le Do owned by Gordon F Perry of New York ridden by E Mitchell professional Also ran Night Cloud Khamain AllamuchY Dock Beauchamp Time: 1:03 4-5 The Crazy Creek about one mile on the flat for three-year-olds and up $300 purse First the Stag grid owned bY Richard K Mellon PUtsburgh ridden by Raymond G Woo He Camden second Trotac Racket owned by Miss Maude Stevenson Camden ridden by D K Kerr Jr Pinehurst: third Vauxtol owned by D M Ivanenko WestburY L L ridden by L E Stoddard Jr Aiken Also ran Tapan Time: 150 3 BULLDOG GOLF TEAM WINNER CITARLESTON S C March 26— on—The Citadel's golf team came from behind today to win its first match of the season defeating Davidson college 91-2 to 81-2 The Bulldogs were off form for the first nine holes and Davidson had vino all six points when the two Mut:mimes made the turn The Citadel hit the stride on the second nine and wound up with wins in three of the four Individual matches and one triumph and one tie in team engagements Weldon Doe The Citadel ear fired a 70 and was medalist of the day The results: Weldon Doe Citadel de Vented Henson Maples 2 to 1 Tommy Thorne Citadel defeated Jimmy Cooper 2 to 1 Doe and Thorne defeated Mantes and Cooper 2 to 1 Raymond Pittman Davidson defeated Ben Mayn 3 in O Captain Dick Daniel Citadel defeated Charlie Pegram 2 tn I Pittman and Pe-gram tied with Daniel and Mayo la tn I ix 4 I 411 F Ambrose Clark Horse With F Bellhouse Professional Jockey Up Takes Early Lead to Cross Line Several Lengths Ahead of Long Shot to Win $1000 Steeplechase BY ALDERMAN DUNCAN A IKEN S C March 26—VP)--F Ambrose Clark's Bach- kl elor Philip an aged bay gelding took an early lead today and held it throughout the gruelling two-mile course to capture the inaugural running of Aiken's $1000 Imperial Cup Steeplechase A crowd of 6000 sitting in a broiling sun saw Bachelor Philip piloted by F Bellhouse a professional rider flash across the finish line several lengths ahead of George H (Pete) Bostwick's Long Shot the owner up The winner's 1 time was three minutes 39 and 3-5 seconds 11 N C COMMISSION TO MEET HERE 1 The North Carolina Boxing and Wrestling commission will meet at the Meeklenbure hotel tomorrow afternoon at 230 o'clock to con- firm the entrance of Concord Gas-1 tonia and Salisbury The addition of the three cities will raise the membership to 10 cities Including 1 the following: Asheville Winston-1 Salem High Point Concord Salisbury Greensboro Raleigh Durham 1 Gastonia and Charlotte C W Stockard ef Greensboro is eresident and Bob Steffey of Charlotte is secretary-treasurer The group will have supper at I the Hotel Charlotte later attending ! a wrestling show at the Armory i SMASH RFCORD May 15-1S-11 NEW BRUNSWICK N Jo March itune 2-In-11-11 76--r---Prineeton's great trio of Al sept !p-i5-1 Vande Wegbe Dick Hough and Hank Van Os! brrlk" the listed American record toniz4 in cartur 4rg the 31-4 yard redley relay at i News the national eollegate A A rtrrI r—rg chamirionsh:gs a JACK COOMBS Coach Jack Coombs (above) the self-named "Old Man" of Duke university baseball will start his 10th season as diamond tutor at the institution when he sends his Blue Devils against Richmond university in Duke park Wednesday afternoon With many spots on the team occupied by untried performers Coach Coombs may have trouble rounding out a team that will carry on the amazing nine-year Duke record of 152 victories against 44 defeats 3 HIGHS TAKE NO ACTION4 No action will be taken by Central high school in regard to finding a baseball practice field until after to morrow's conference between Ath letic Director Bob Allen and Chair man Henry Benoit of the city schools athletic committee The school Friday was deprived of diamond No 1 at Independence Park when permission for daily use of the diamond was given by the Parks and Recreation commission to the Twilight league The American Legion Junior baseball teams will use diamond No 2 No other suitable grounds other than Hayman Park home of the Hornets are situated in Charlotte The high schoolers' contests will all be played in Hayman Park Allen said last night 4 M'SPADEN AND SNEAD AHEAD (Starts on First Sports rage) had the best first round score of five Charlotteans competing in the Greater Greensboro Open tournament here today Ham one of the early finishers posted a 74 Freddy Hyatt the Myers Park Club professional was four stokes behind Ham with a 78 Three Charlotte amateurs cornpeted W Latimer Brown had aqi 81 Fred Tilson art 81 and E M (Doc) O'Herron a PO All three are from the Charlotte Country Club TRAINER HURTS PELVIS BONE AIKEN S C March Arch Watts of Old 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