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e 8-4 In 11th
Carolina defeated Vir
8 to 4 by a grand slam home
by Elkin's Shorty Brown in
11th Inning of the Blue Ridge
star game played in Elkin
Eonday night before a capacity
The acore was tied 4-4 and the
Wes loaded when Brown slapped
pitch by Radford's Gilley over
lie right field fence to break up
The contest was all that fans
auld hope for in the way of close
baseball and thrills, with both
teams showing keep competitive
May and amazingly good team
fork for all star groups.
The teams were composed of
layers each from each town
ere Bob Wright, who played the
Bntire game, first in right field
hnd then catcher for seven in
nings; Eddie Bowman, who
played shortstop all the way;
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Dare Davenport, who saw seven
innings of action at third base;
Mike Scheer, who pitched two
scoreless innings; Bill Hamlin,
who went in as a pinch hitter and
walked and scored; and Horace
Hubbard, who played part Of the
game at first base.
Manager "Flash" Loman assis
ted Harris in piloting the Caro
linians and added much to the
game as third base coach.
Shorty Brown with four hits
and Dean Dosch, of Mt. Airy,
with three, accounted for most
of Carolina's nine hits. However,
North Wilkesboro players figured
largely in the scoring, with Bow
man scoring two, Wright, Hamlin
and Davenport one each.
Mt. Airy's Jimmy Jones was
touched for one unearned run
while on the mound and Van
Fletcher, Elkin's ace, gave up two.
Sam Crissman, Of Mt. Airy, who
pitched the latter part of the
game, gave up one run but was
the winning pitcher, being in
the game at the finish. Gilley, of
Radford, who went back into
the game in the latter part be
cause Virginians ran out of play
ers, was charged with loss of the
game, having served Brown his
home run pitch.
All Baseball Teams
In Percentage Wins
The Elkin Blankenteers, cur
rently leading the Blue Ridge
league by a wide and super com
fortable margin, is leading all
professional baseball teams in
baseball in percentage of games
won to, date this season.
This statement was made at the
all star game in Elkin Monday
night by John B. Spiers, of Rad
ford, Va,, president of the league,
in a brief and interesting address
to the crowd over the P. A. • sys
Elkin has won 51 games and
lost 14 for a percentage of 785,
which is highest in professional
basebalL The Blanketeer* lead
second place Galax by 15 1-2
For Coming Week
Thursday, July 18
North Wilkesboro at Wythe
villa. : fH
Elkin at Mt. Airy.
Galax at Radford.
Friday, July 14
North Wilkesboro at Mt. Airy.
Radford at Elkin.
Galax at Wytheville.
Saturday, July IB
North Wilkesboro at Mt. Airy.
Elkin at Radford.
Wytheville at Galax.
Sunday, July 16
Elkin at North Wilkesboro.
Mt. Airy at Galax.
Wytheville at Radford.
Monday, July 17
North Wilkesboro at Elkin.
Galax at Mt. Airy.
Radford at Wytheville.
Tuesday, July 18
Radford at North Wilkesboro
Galax at Elkin.
Wytheville at Mt. Airy.
Wednesday, July 19
North Wilkesboro at Radford.
Elkin at Galax. x
Mt. Airy at Wytheville.
Thursday, July 20
Galax at North Wilkesboro.
Elkin at Wytheville.
Radford at Mt. Airy.
Textile chemists with the U. S.
Department of Agriculture found
that synthetic detergents get rid
of soil more thoroughly in hard
water than soap.
Drop During Week
Batting averages of tbe leading
hitters on the Nqjth Wilkesboto
baseball team in the Blue Ridge
league slipped slightly during the
past week but three remained
above the 300 mark.
Bob Wright dropped 16 points
from 365 to 349 during the week,
j with unofficial reports from games
included through Sunday. No
game were played Monday and
| Tuesday except for the all star
game in Elkin Monday night,
which has no effect on batting av
erages or other records for the
Drake Pardue, who appeared as
pinch hitter in games during the
week and failed to connect, drop
ped from 333 to 308. Fogleman,
a new player who joined the team
late last week and appeared in
three games, got four hits in
eight times at bat for a cool 500
average to date. Fogleman, who
halls from Liberty, sustained an
ankle injury and may be out of
play the remainder of this week.
[A fleet outfielder, he gives defi
nite promise of being a big help to
Dave Davenport dropped only
four points during the week, but
slipped just/under the 300 mark
to 298. Following are near com
plete but unofficial averages for
regulars on the team:
Eob Wright _— .349
Drake Pardue 308
Dave Davenport 298
Bob Hite 293
Horace Hubbard 273
Ed Morton : 243
Bill Hamlin 230
j Wayne Davis 220
Ed Bowman 216
Johnny Mercak . 140
Two national dairy breed asso
ciations have honored North. Caro
lina dairymen recently for out
standing cow and bull perform
Youth Exonerated In School
Thfeft. Through his mother's grim
determination and fplth in justice
the boy unjustly expelled from
school as a thief, finally won his
exoneration. For a dramatic,
heartwarming story of a parent's
belief in her son read "Let Right
Be Done" in July 23 issue of The
A*i«rican Weekly. ^jMiwa's favor
ite magazine with the &§Itimore
Sunday American. Order from
your locftl newsdealer.
Thurs.-Fri., July 13-14
James Stewart and
Joan Fontaine In
"You Gotta Stay
with Eddie Albert and
Saturday, July 15
With James Cagney.
Also two colored car
Sunday, July 16—
With Dick Powell and
With 2 Big Cartoons.
Colbert and Fred Mac
Also News and
Next home game Of the North
Vilkesboro Flashers will be here
Ihnday afternoon 12:30 against
he pace setting Blkin Blan
Manager Loman and club offl
lals are hoping to get the club
n shape to gain a victory over
he Elkln nine in the game here.
Some pitching help is lated to
irrlve, including experienced
Lurlers, and efforts will be made
o get tighter defenses in the in
The Flashers are away for re
ualnder of this week in order not
0 conflict with the horse show
lates here Friday and Sautrday.
Tonight North Wilkesboro plays
n Wytheville, Friday and Satur
lay nights in Mt. Airy. On Mon
Lay North Wilkesboro goes to
Slkin and will play here Tues
lay night against Radford.
1 New Hurlers
Join Team Here
During the past few days four
iltchers were signed by the North
Johnny Freil, of Pittsburg, Pa.,
ras optioned here by Franklin of
he Virginia league. Barnet Stray
ey, of Kincheloe, W. Va., was
ent here by the Pittsburg Pirates
hain and €harles Morant, of
acksonville, Florida, came here
rom Landis. He Is also a left
landed pitcher and plays first
Dewey Wolfe, who pitched four
ears for the winning Guilford
College nine, is a right handed
litcher slated to arrive today.
Jecil Fogleman, outfielder from
liberty, will be out a few more
lays with a sprained ankle. Fogle
nan began playing here Friday
Catchers Johnny Mercak and
)rake Pardue and Pitcher A1
Pearson were released yesterday.
Last night North Wilkesboro
lost to Wythevllle 6 to 3 in the
ninth Inning. After two were out
Wythevllle put one man on by er
ror, another singled and Seccafico
brought in both runs with a triple
to left and later scored on a wild
pitch for three runs.
North Wllkesboro scored in the
first on four walks, Wythevllle
scored two in the,first and later
3-2, only to have Wytheville tie
the count In the 7th. t
The Teen-Age Gospel
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program July 16, 7:30 fe si. at
Denny Grove A. m. B. Zion
church. The public i* cordially in
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COON DOG FIELD TRIALS
SUNDAY. JULY 16TH
1:00 P. M. TO 6:00 P. M.
CAROLINA FISH LAKES
ENTER THE COON DOG FIELD TRIALS
FOR PRIZES AND HONORS. THIS IS A
CONTEST TO TEST THE SKILL OF YOUR
Thirty-five dogs were entered in the last
Trials and $95.00 given away in prize
money. We will have twelve Coons to enter
in the coming Trials, and some of the best
dogs from the Southern States. This un
usual sports event is worth seeing. Be
sure to attend the Coon Dog trials at
CAROLINA FISH LAKES
Located 1 Mile from Millers Creek on
Highway 421, Boone Road, 5 Miles from
North Wilkesboro. Just follow the Coca
12 Coons to enter in the contest and plen
ty of parking space for everyone.
$1.00 will entitle you to witness this un
usual sports event and to fish in our Fish
FISH ALL DAY FOR DOLLAR
GAME LAKE NOW OPEN
Our Game Lake which is stocked with big and
small mouth Bass and Perch, is open for your fish
ing pleasure. Be among the first to fish in this
We have restocked our Carp Lake this week.
There has been more than 12 tons of Carp placed
in these lakes this season.
4 BIG LAKES TO FISH IN
$10.00 Will Be Given Away July 16th For The
Largest Fish Caught Between
7:00 A. M. and 7:00 P. M. ||
$5.00 For The Second Largest