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The enterprise. volume (Williamston, N.C.) 1899-201?, July 09, 1940, Page 5, Image 5

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Martins Win Two and Lose Couple in Week-End Contests Ted Miller Comes Through in A Great Way to Entertain Bertie Guests Here Saturday Evening Large Crowd Sees Miller Subdue the Eagles Here, 4 To 2 ??? Perry town Neighbor Bears Down in Ninth Inning To Climax Contest ? Saturday night before a large and enthusiastic group celebrating "Ber tie County Night" Ted Miller pitch ed the Martina to their second suc cessive victory, their ninth in ten starts with a 4-2 decision over Kins ton's Eagles. Himself, a product of Bertie County's baseball diamonds, Miller pitched five-hit ball and fan ned five batters in defeating Han dyman Sid Stringfellow Williams ton broke the ice in the initial inning on an error, a stolen base and Slakis' timely single. Thompson's double in the fourth frame, followed by Newman's sin gle, increasing the locals' advantage to two runs. However, the Eagles, not to be outdone, capitalized on the Martins' fielding weaknesses in the succeed ing stanza to drive into a deadlock. Two errors, a base on balls, an infield out and Koloszar's single to center, accounted for the invaders' tallying. For three innings the score remain ed knotted with the locals continual ly threatening until the last of the eighth when Bert Stoler slammed a home run with Leon Thompson aboard for the Martins' margin of victory. A temporary lapse of con trol in the visitors' ninth resulted in Miller's filling the bases with three walks. But the big and prom ising right-hander fanned hard-hit ting Roy Kennedy to end the rally and the game on a happy note. Lozier Newman hit safely on three ' of four occasions to pace Williams ton at bat, while A1 Slakis filled the runner-up spot with two for three. Hitting 1.000 for two chances First Baseman Bator was the high-flying Eagle Chuck Taylor featured afield. Saturday, Jeiy ?. Ao a H po A K Heller, 2b 3 0 0 4 2 0 xWeeks 1 0 0 0 0 0 Koloszar, 3b 3 0 1 0 1 1 Kennedy, cf 4 0 1 0 0 0 Russo, ss 4 0 1 3 2 1 DeMasi, rf 3 0 0 3 0 0 Overton, c 4 0 0 3 0 0 Congdon, If 4 1 0 1 1 0 Bator, lb 2 1 2 0 0 0 Stringfellow, p -2 0 0 ? 3 0 Totals 30 2 5 24 10 2 xBatted for Heller in 9th. WUliaaMton Ab R H PO A E Taylor, cf 4 1 1 S 0 0 The management of the Wil liam* ton Martins cordially ex tends to every lady tan the courtesy of the local ball grounds Thursday night, July II, when the Martins engage the Snow Hill Billies, on Taylor Field. It) is sincerely hoped that large numbers of the fairer sex will be present to cheer the Martins on to victory and a berth in the playoffs. Managerial Shifts Fairly Numerous In The League The name of Marvin Ferrell, for mer Martin rightfielder, who dur ing the past two weeks managed New Bern's lowly Bears, was added to the growing casualty lists of Coast al Plain League managers when he was released from his managership in favor of Gene McCarty. McCarty is a veteran with the Bears, who en joys the fans' good will. A heavy hitter and a steady fielder he should make the Bears a good pilot. ? Irish Potato Seed Should Be Secured From Last Year Crop Irish potato seed from the spring crop of such varieties as Cobblers, Early Rose and Bliss Triumph may be planted for the late crop if the seed are sprouting, but a better plan is to secure seed potatoes from last year's crop which have been kept in storage. It sometimes takes three or four weeks before sprouting begins even if the seed are covered with hay or straw, and kept moist until sprouting occurs. In any case, plant only those seed which have sprout ed. Popovich, 2b Slakis, 3b 1 2 2 0 3 0 0 1 Rock, lb Thompson, rf 4 3 0 ? 0 8 1 1 0 0 1 0 Newman, If Stotler, ss 4 4 0 1 3 2 1 2 0 0 1 -1 Wilcox, c Miller, p 3 4 0 0 0 7 0 0 3 1 3 1 Totals -33 A -0-27 12 5 Score by innings: Kinston 000 020 000?2 Williams ton 100 100 02x?4 Runs batted in: Heller, Koloszar, Slakis, Newman, Stotler 2. Two base hits: Newman, Thompson, Slakis, Bator. Home run: Stotler. Stolen bases: Taylor, Bator. Sacrifices: Stringfellow, Slakis. Double plays: Thompson and Wilcox; Congdon and Overton. Left on bases: Kinston 10, Williamston 6. Bases on balls: off Stringfellow 2, Miller 7. Struck out: by Stringfellow 2, Miller 5. Umpires: Kejrnc^and Joliff. Time: 1:M. Martins Returned To Victory Trail Over In Greenville Slim Gardner Marks Up His Sixth Victory of the Current Season Friday night in Greenville tha Martins returned to the victory trail with a 5-3 decision over the Greeniea behind the eight-hit hurling of Slim Gardner and Bertie Ted Miller. Al though the Martins made it eight wins in their last nine games, it marked the first time in thirteen games that Williamston's starting hurler had not been around for the finish. Miller came to Gardner's re lief in the seventh and pitched one hit ball the rest of the way to insure Slim's sixth victory of the season. Three of the Martins' scores reach ed pay dirt by virtue of four Green ville errors and the other two were helped around by singles by Gard ner and Wilcox. Harry Jenkins dou bled in the sixth to account for all of Greenville's run-making and also doubled in the fourth frame. Both Gardner and Delaney, his mound opponent, who previously had starred with the Greeniea a couple of years ago, allowed three bases on balls, while Gardner's two strike outs and Miller's singleton equalled the three men fanned by Delaney. Leon Thompson, with two for three, and Newman, with two hits for four attempts, were best for the Mar tins at the plate, while Shelon and Jenkins with two hits each furnish ed the Lion's share of Greenville's power. The victory brought the Martins to within 6 1-2 games of the seventh place Greenies, Friday, July 5. Williams ton Ab R H PO A E Taylor, cf 5 1 1 2 10 Popovich, 2TT 5 0 0 2 2 0 Slakis. 3b 5 0 0 3 1 1 Rock, lb 3 0 1 9 0 0 Thompson, rf 3 1 2 3 0 0 Newman, If 4 1 2 2 0 0 Stotler, as A_ 1 1 2 5 0 Wilcox, c 3 1 I 4 0 t~ Gurdner, p 3 0 0 0 0 0 Miller, p 1 0 0 0 1 0 Totals 36 5 8 27 10 2 Greenville Ab R H PO A E Shelton, ss 4 0 2 1 9 0 Kracke. 2b 5 0 1 4 2 2 Dides, rf 2 1 0 0 0 0 Wilson, lb 3 1 1 12 0 1 Crowe, cf 4 113 0 0 Jenkins, 3b 4 0 2 2 1 0 Samocki, If 4 0 110 0 Forbes, c 4 0 14 11 Delaney, p 3 0 0 0 1 0 zCaligiuri 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 3 9 27 14 zBatted for Delaney in 9th. Score by innings: R Williamston 100 000 310?5 Gieenville 000 003 000?5 Runs batted in: Jenkins 3, Gard ner, Wilcox. Two base hits: Crowe, Jenkins 2, Stotler. Stolen base: Shel ton. Sacrifice: Dides. Double plays: Shelton, Kracke and Wilson; Kracke Shelton and Wilson; Popovich, Stot ler and Rock. Left on bases: William ston 7, Greenville 8. Bases on balls: off Delaney-3^ Gardner 3. Struck out: by Gardner 2, Delaney 3, Mil ler 1 Hits: off Gardner 8 in 6 1-3; off Miller 1 in 2 2-3. Passed bulls Forbes 2. Winning pitcher: Gardner. Um pires: Hanna and Garner. Time of game: 1:45. Quicksteps Conquer Strong Combination Sunday afternoon before about 80 loyal fana the Williamston colored Quicksteps defeated a combine from Everotts and Robersonville 18-3 be hind the nifty three-hit twirling of Augustus Bradley. John Wallace naught for the locals in the encoun ter which marked the dedication of the Quicksteps new ball park. Faison, the gifted orator original ly scheduled to deliver the principal address, was unable to get in a single word as the mammoth crowd was a bit tardy in arriving. However, the versatile chap, in confining his tal ents to the baseball diamond, blast ed out four hits for four times at bat to lead both teams with the willow. According to Manager and Owner Charlie Mack Johnson the as yet incomplete fence will be finished as soon as possible in order to roupd nut the up-tu date park Johnson in timates that to bring his team up to the folks' specifications three new players are being called in from the CCC. Nothing definite could be learned concerning the trio, but it was reported that Bill Wallace, a heavy-hitting right fielder, had re ported for duty at that spot. Your next chance to see the Quick steps in action will be Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. in their new park against an unannounced opponent. Most of the new recruits will be in action, and Johnson says that a fast left hander will be on the hill for the Williamston team. Was Here Saturday Mr. Phil Robbing, of Winston-Sal em, spent Saturday and Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Irving Margolis. b Visiting in Virginia Miss Addle Lee Meador is visiting friends in Clarksvlle, Va., this week. Attention Farmers You are now harvesting your Tobacco Crop. Don't spend money only to lose it. Be wise und protect it with Fire In surance while in the Pack House. INSURE WITH US NOW! to K. B. CRAWFORD All Kinds of Insurance Nature Is Generous . Nature ha* given us limitless resources and endless energy. But it is man who converts those forces into wealth. You can convert your earnings into personal wealth, and make yourself independent when a?:e demands rest from work . . . by SAVING REGULARLY. Guaranty Bank & Trust Company WILLIAMS TON, N. C. Christians Score Victory In Local Softball League Episcopalians And Baptists Holding to Cellar Positions STANDINGS W L Pet Methoterians 5 0 1.000 Christians 3 2 .800 Baptists 1 4 .200 Episcopalians 1 4 200 GAMES SCHEDULED Tuesday, July 9. Episcopalians vs. Baptists Wednesday, July 19. Metho-terians vs. Christians. Episcopalians vs. Baptists. Friday afternoon as an added af termath to Declaration Day celebra tions the up-and-coming Christians gained ground on the idle Metho-ter ians with a 9-7 triumph over Mark Simpson's Episcopalians. The loss showed the Episcopalians into a tie for last place with the Baffled Bap tists. while the Christians advanced to withi ntwo games of the league leading Metho-terians. Opening with a bang the eventual victors early seized a three-run mar gin when two errors, Fenner Wal lace's double and an infield out ac counted for three initial-inning tal lies. Thus the score remained until the fourth when the Episcopalians broke the ice on "Long Tom" Skin ner's triple and an infield out. The resurgent Episcopalians then duplicated the Christians' earlier per formance of scoring three runs on a single hit. A base on balls, Saunders' single and a pair of costly errors ac counted for the damage. Blasting three consecutive base hits, singles by Price, C. Roberson and Charles Manning, the Christians knotted the count at 4-all in the sixth. Three bingles after two men were out in the seventh interspersed about an error and a base on balls, drove Jack Manning from the Christian mound and gave the Episcopalians a 7-4 advantage. But the Christians came back in their half of the eighth to blast out the victory. Goff singled cleanly, Price lofted a mighty fly to the pitcher and then the flood began. C. Roberson singled. Charles Man ning blasted his third hit of the day, and'one-base blows by Barnhill and Jack Manning added to "Dime a Dance" Dawse Cooke's fatal error, allowed a total of five runs. Incident ally this Cooke, who generally plays fairly steady shortstop Friday net ed more in the capacity of a sieve for balls going into the outfield. Hamfat Price, entering the game at the beginning of the eighth, held the Episcopalians hitless and received credit for the victory, his second since July 2 Long Tom Skinner, with a triple and a pair of singles, paced the "Epis copalians" at the plate, while the Christians' Manning boys, Charles and Jack, were blasting a similar number to lead the victors. This afternoon at 5:15 the Episco palians meet the Baptists in the long heralded Battle of the Bottom with the loser accepting the rather dub ious honor of undisputed last place tenancy. Tomorrow afternoon a gi gantic double bill will be staged, be ginning at 3:30. The Christians will lock horns with the Metho-terians in the opener in an attempt to fur ther decrease their league lead and should they prevail, will be within one game of the top spot. In an anti climatic finale the Baptists will con tinue their jockeying for the cellar with the Episcopalians. Episcopalians Ab R H M. Simpson, c 5 1 1 Hardy, p 4 1 0 Cooke, ss 4 0 1 Skinner, cf 4 13 Talbnan, 2b 3 0 0 Ma lone, 3b >401 R. Simpson, sf 3 1-0 Critcher, rf 4 0 0 Saunders, lb 4 1 Fowden, If 4 2 Totals 39 7 8 Ab B H T. Harrison, 2b 5 0 0 Bunting, 3b 4 12 5 iff- It,.. - f s_ Wallace, SI i Goff, c 4 Price, lb-p 3 1 1 C. Roberson, If 4 12 C. Manning, cf 4 1 3 Barnhill, ss 4 11 J. Manning, p-lb 4 13 Totals 41 9 14 Score by innings: R Episcopalians 000 130 300?7 Christians 300 001 05x?9 When You Should Cut Your Corn For Silage Hie proper time to cut corn for silage is when the grain ia denting and the shuck slightly yellow. This stage of maturity ia reached about a week to ten days before the corn ia ready to cut and shock. If cut earlier the nutritive value of the silage will be lowered and the acid content often increased to an ob jectionable level. If the harvesting is delayed beyond the proper stage of maturity the crop will not con tain enough moisture to pack and keep well in the silo. If sorghum is used for silage this crop should not be cut until the seed in the head are firm. A new simple process, now wide ly used on trans-Pacific ships, will keep bottled milk fresh and sweet for periods as long as three months. The outlook for lard appears to have some hopeful spots because of the large buying program planned by the Federal Surplus Commodi 'Red'Swain Adds Promising Recruit to Roster This Week Manager Red Swain seems lo have unearthed a real find in A1 Clonin ger. a rookie outfielder and first sacker who, according to reports, can really maul that old apple. Per forming well last season with Zebu Ion in the Tobacco State League, Clonmger this season was graduat ed to Spartanburg in the Sally loop, a class B circuit However, at the very beginning of the season the husky youngster who throws and bats left-handed and weighs approximately 190 pounds on the hoof, sustained a severe at tack of influenza. Losing approxi mately 25 pounds and finding him self in a much weakened condition Cloninger was unable to make the grade in that class of ball and de cided to return home to recuperate. When he reported for action yes terday he appeared to be in the pink of condition and ready to go Last Wilson Tobs Fake First Game Of The Week Last Evening Bertie Te<l Miller in \etion For Third Time in Four Dav? Last night the Martins bowed be fore the league-leading Wilson Tobs 19-5, but only after a bitter up-hill struggle. Hopelessly outclassed in I the first two innings, the locals fought valiantly behind Relief Hurl er Ted Miller against the Tobs in surmountable early advantage. The leaders blasted four hits for two runs in the first frame and fol lowed up their advantage by manip ulating an efror, singles by Bissette and Dickens and a base on bolls for three additional tollies and a trip to the showers for starting pitcher, Breezy Beaird. Meanwhile, the Martins picked up a singleton in the initial inning on Taylor's double and Popovich's sin gle and drew closer in the fourth on a walk, Wilcox's single and Bertie Ted Miller's double, which drove in two runs. However, singletons in the third and eighth and Olmo's one run Ruth ian wallop over the center field bar rier in the fifth provided the league leaders their comfortable margin of vietory. But the tide turns and came close to doing so in the fifth when two walks, and singles by Wilcox and Miller netted two more runs Throughout the remainder of the game, the locals continually threat ened but always lacked the neces sary punch to score the stranded baserunners. Earl" Carnuhan and Stuart, each with a perfect record, four lots for four attempts, led both clubs at the plate. . July 8. Wilson Ab K II PO A E Dickens, 2b 5 112 3 0 Stuart, ss 4 2 4 2 4 1 Morris, lb 5 12 8 0 0 Olmo, If 5 113 0 0 Carnuhan, cf 4 1?4?5?0?0 "Murphy, c 4 1 2 5 0 0 Webb, rf 4 0 2 1 0 0 Bauer, 3b 4 1 0 0 2 0 Bissette, p - 8 J t 0 Gantz, p 2 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 39 9 17 27 10 I Williamston Ab R II PO A E Taylor, cf 3 110 0 l) PoDovich. 2h 5?0?1?5?4?0 Pnpovich. 2b ?. ?, Slukis, 3i) 4 0 0 0 J 1 Rock,'lb 5 0 010 1 0 Thompson, rf 4 1 0 3 0 0 Rtntter ss 3 1 0 4 0 1 Stotler, ss 3 1 - . Cloninger, If 2 1 0 3 2 0 C.1UI11I1K111 - - - t???T Wilcox, c 4 1 3 1 2 1 Beaird, p "" 0 0 0 0 Miller,'p 4-0-2-1-8-11 Totals 34 5 7 27 18 3 Score by innings: B Wilson 231 010 011 -9 Williamston 100 200 000-5 Runs batted in:- Morris 2, Carnu han, Olmo. Murphy 2. Stuart. Popo vich, Miller 2, Wilcox 2 Two bast hits: Stuart, Carnahan 2. Taylor Wilcox. Home run: Olmo. Double plays: Dickens, Stuart and Morris Stotler, Popovicb and Hock 2. Laft on bases: Wilson 7, Williamston 11 Bases on balls: off Bissette 3, LantJ 7 Beaird 1 Struck out: by Bissette 3, Gantz 2. Hits off Bissette 5 in 3 2-3' Gantz 2 in 5 1-3; Beaird 6 m l 1-3; Miller 11 in 7 2-3. Hit by pitch er by Miller (Carnahan. Murphy) Wild pitches. Gantz 2 Winning pitch er: Bissette. Losing pitcher: Beaird Umpires: Stroner and King Time ol game: 2:15. night he made his debut in the Mar tins' contest with Wilson's Tobs and showed definite promise. Swam also has his eye on a prom ising recruit to Serve as a sixth hurler, but with the addition of CJlQdinger the roster _is complete. Therefore, it is unknown at present what disposition will be made for the new hurler. As Red or any other experienced baseball man will tell you. you can't break up a winning ball club-, and that's exactly what these red-hot Martins are. For in winning nine of their last 11 games they have been performing as befits a champion and giving every sign of abdicating their long-held position as Monarches of the Cellar. But it this extraordinary winning streak is to continue the hustling Martins must have the undivided al legiance and support of every lo cal fan. Who Is Where WEDNESDAY, Jl'I.Y 10 Kington at Greenville Wllliamston at Snow Hill Wilson at Now Horn Goldsboro at Tarboro THI RSDAY, JDLY 11 Gfeonvillo at Kmston Snow Hill at WII.MAMKTON Now Born at Wilson Tarboro at Goldsboro Tl'ESDAY, JITLY 12 Snow Hill at Now Born Tarboro at Greenville W ilson at WII.1.1AMSTON Kinston at Goldsboro SATl'KDAY, Jl'I.Y 13 New Born at Snow Hill Greonvillo at Tarboro Williamston at Wilson Goldsboro at Kinston Scheduled (dailies In Solihull Loop Due JlLnumerous requests The\ terprise has decided to publish once again the City Softball Circuit sched ule for the remainder of the season. Everyone interested in <'btuuung this schedule should avail himself of this opportunity for it is unlikely that the card will be published. again, The schedule follows: Tuesday. July 9 Episcopalians vs Baptists Wednesday. July 10 Metho-ter ians vs Christians. Episcopalians vs Baptists. Monday. July 15 Baptists vs. Christians. Tuesday. July 10 Metho-terians vs. Episcopalians. Thursday, July IR Metho-terians vs. Baptists. Monday. July 22 Episcopalians vs. Christians. Wednesday. July 24 Metho-ter ians vs. Christians Baptists vs. Epis copalians. Friday, July 26 Baptists vs Christians Monday, July 29 Metho-ter'ians vs. Episcopalians. Wednesday, July 31- Metho-ter ians vs Baptists Friday. Aug 2 Episcopalians vs Christians. Monday, Aug. 5- -Metho-terians vs. Christians. Tuesday, Aug 0 Baptists vs Episcopalians. Thursday, Aug H Baptists vs Christians. Monday, Aug. 12 Metho-terians vs. Episcopalians. RESULTS Friday, July S. Goidaboro 0, Now Bern 3 Snow Hill 10, Kiniton 5. Wilson 6, Tarboro 5 Saturday, July 6. Snow Hill 5, Greenville 1 Williamston 4, Kinston 2 Tarboro 5, New Bern 4. Goidaboro 8, Wilson 7 Sunday, July 7. Snow Hill 4, Greenville 3. Goldsboro 9, Wilson 2. Kinston 4, Williamston 2 Tarboro 8, New Bern 4. Monday. July (. New Bern 8, Snow Hill 8. Wilson B, Williamston S. Kinston S, Goldsboro 2 Greenville 4, Tarboro 2. ? STANDINGS W L Pat. Wilson 82 23 693 Goldsboro 41 34 8811 .547 Npw Bern 38 38 470 Kinston 35 38 479 Snow Hill 34 40 .459 Oreenville 31 43 .410 Williamston 28 ?0 .333 Averette Defeats His Former Mates In Kinston. 4 To 2 Faciei* Fly lligli in the Fifth To Take Seeond Game In the Series Sunday afternoon in Kinston the Martins met disaster in the form of Bill Averette, former Williamstoo twirler, at present engaged as skip per of the Eagles after a long so journ with the Erwin Red Birds of th?- Tobacco Slate League Succeed ing Denny Southern in the capacity of manager, Averette's charges cel ebrated his debut with a 4-2 victory over the lugh-flying Martins Longest pitched a creditable game though allowing the Eagles 11 hits and a single walk But Bill Zinser, his mound opponent, exceeded him self m hulding the Martins to four bingles while SlriKing mil a similar number of batsmen. Two Martin base hits by Rock and Newman in the second, were sand w iched about an infield out for one run in the second. The losers com pleted their tallying in the fhurth on hits by Rock and Thompson and an error. , The wild and wooly fifth account ed for all four Kinston runs. Zin ser's triple, singles by Koloszar, Ken nedy and Russo, a base on balls and Overton's single were the big blows in this frame. DeMasi and Overton of the vic tors. and Rock, of the vanquished, each with two hits for three at tempts, led the hitters. Williamston Ab R II PO A E Taylor, cf 4 0 0 3 0 0 Popovich. 2h 3 0 0 2 1 0 Stakis, 3b 4 0 0 2 2 0 Rock, lb 3 2 2 10 0 0 Thompson, rf 3 0 1 2 0 0 Newman, If 3 0 1 0 0 Stotler, ss 3 0 u i 2 0 Wilcox, c 3 0 0 l 0 0 Longest, p 3 0 0 0 4 0 Totals 29 2 4 24 9 0 Kinston Ab K II PO A E Heller, 2b 2 0 0 3 1 1 Koloszar, 3b 5 1 2 0 4 I Kennedy, ef 5 1 1 1 0 0 Russo, ss 4 1 1 2 3 0 DeMasi, rf 3 0 2 2 2 0 Overton, c 3 0 2 4 I 0 Qongdon. if _ 4_ {J 0 3 o ?0 Bator, lh 4 JL 1L 11 a 0? W. Zinser, p ?f 1 2 ~~U 0 Stringfellow, 21; > 2 0 1 1 2 0 Totals 3tS 4 11 27 12 1 Score by innings K Williamston Old 100 000- 2 Kim ion 000 040 UUX?4 Runs batted in: Newman, Kolos zar. Russo. Overton 2, Two base hit: KoloSzai. Three base hits: DeMasi, Zinser. Double play: Russo, String leliow and Bator. Left on bases: Wil liamston 1. Kinston 9. Bases on balls: off 1/ongest 1, Zinser 1 Struck out. by Longest 1, Zinser 4 Hit by pitch er by Longest (Overton). Wild pitch: Longest: Umpires: Joliff and Kear ney. Time: 127. lans^vs. Baptists Episcopalians vs. M ndav. Aug 19 Metho-terians vs. Christians. Tuesday, Aug 20 ? Baptists vs. Episcopalians. Friday, Aug. 23 ? Baptists vs. Christians?? Monday, Aug 26?Metho-terians vs. Episcopalians. Thursday, Aug. 29?Metho-terians v.v Baptists. Monday, Sept. 2? Episcopalians vs. Christians. Tuesday, Sept. 3?Metho-terians vs Christians. Wednesday, Sept. 4?Baptists vs. y.* p i ^ < -i iri 1 i ;ni MnUlU tlTIUrUl VS. Christians. Thursday, Sept 5 Baptists vs. Christians. Friday, Sept. 6 Metho-terians vs. I SAVE MONEY Sinclair Motor QWs/astf '1 ?? -' ? -^ JIHEHSHKW ? V > 1^861 (i.V 'M ?'?e k. <UU ?./?"?? (~mrm?y l/~ Agent Sinclair Refining Company (hK.) N. C. GREEN, Agent

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