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Martins And Tobs
Divide Twin Bill
Here On Tuesday
Anderson Adds Another Vic
tory To His List By
Tuesday afternoon Wilson's league -
leading Tobs dropped a 4-3 decision
by virtue of Williamston's three-run
ninth inning rally in the initial game
of an afternoon bargain bill, but
ralced Miller and Swain in the af
terpiece for a pennant-clinching 9-7
Scoring a pair of runs in the sec
ond stanza the Tobs seized a tempor
ary advantage in the opener Mur
phy doubled, scoring on Manager
Rodgers' timely single to left-cen
ter, Rodgers advancing on a wild
pitchy Dan Garde 11a singled to acore
Rodgers and the rally subsided af
ter Stuart doubled Gardella to third
and Pea Green grounded out. The
Martins broke the scoring ice in the
fifth frame on doubles by Stotler and
Pitcher Andy Anderson.
Meanwhile the visitors were build
ing a practically invulnerable lead
on Murphy's single and Carnahan's
double in the Wilson ninth.
But the Martins would not be de
nied as Taylor singled to start the
home half of the ninth and A1 Sla
kis drew a walk. Lozier Newman ad
vanced both runners on a sacrifice
and Les Rock's double knotted the
count. Following a pair of intention
al walks that filled the bases and a
strikeout Rookie Ray Marcel show
ed his colors with a victory-produc
ing single to left.
Chuck Taylor and Ray Marcel
paced the Martins' offense with two
hits for four attempts. Andy Ander
son scattered ten bingles to throttle
the usually potent Tobs.
The Marins' magic failed to hold
good in the afterpiece. For with the
locals boasting a 4-1 margin, the
Tobs blasted eight runs in the pro
ductive sixth stanza to insure them
selves the triumph and possession of
first place in the merry Coastal
Plain League chase.
Singles by Slakis and Newman
anAftock's double gave the Martins
their first inning tally. Three more
runs followed in the fourth frame
on a walk, an error and doubles by
Popovich and Taylor.
TTien came Wilson's black magic.
Camahan reached base on an error,
Gardella tripled, Stuart and Dickens
singled, Bauer tripled, Morris sin
gled and Edwards followed suit
Singles by Carnahan and Gardella
completed the rout and after the
dust of battle had cleared the Wil
sonians possessed a nifty 9-6 advan
Phil Morris, with three hits for a
perfect record, and Lozier Newman
with three for four, led their respect
ive clubs at bat.
Tuesday, August 27.
Wilson Ab R H PO A E
Dickens, 2b 4 0 1 5 2 0
Bauer, 2b 4 0 0 1 6 0
Morris, lb 4 0 0 10 0 0
Murphy, c 4 2 2 6 1 0
Carnahan. If 4 0 2 0 0 0
Rodgers, cf 4 1110 0
Gardella, rf 4 0 2 0 1 0
Stuart, as 3 0 1 3 4 1
Green, p 3 0 1 0 0 0
Gantz, p 0 0 0 0 1 '>
Webb, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 34 3 10x26 15 1
xTwo out when winning run was
WUliamstao Ab R H PO A E
Taylor, cf 4 12 2 10
Slakis, 3b 3 10 16 0
Newman, If 3 0 0 0 0 0
Rock, lb 4 1 1 15 1 0
Swain, rf 3 0 0 1 0 0
Stotler, ss 3 110 2 0
Popovich, 2b 4 0 0 4 9 0
Marcel, c 4 0 2 2 0 0
Anderson, p 3 0 1 2 0 0
Totals 31 4 7 27 19 0
? Score by Innings: K
Wilson 020 000 001?3
Williamston 000 010 003?1
Runs batted in: Rodgers, Gardel
la, Anderson, Carnahan, Rock 2, Mar
cel. Two base hits: Murphy, Stuart,
Taylor, Stotler, Anderson, Rock.
Three base hits: Green, Carnahan.
Sacrifice: Newman. Double plays:
Slakis, Popovich and Rock 2; Bauer,
Dickens and Morris; Taylor and Mar
cel. Left on bases: Wilson 4, William
ston 2. Bases on balls off Gantz 3.
Struck out: by Green 6, Anderson 1.
Webb 1. Hits: off Green 4 in 8; Gantz
2 in 1-3; Webb 1 hi 1-3. Wild pitch:
Anderson. Losing pitcher: Gantz.
Umpires: Joliff and Latham Time
af game: 1:43.
Dickens. 2b 4 2 2 5 2 0
Bauer. 3b 3 1112 0
Morris, lb 3 1 3 8 0 0
Edwards, c 4 113 3 1
Carnahan, If 3 112 0 0
Rodgers, cf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Gardella, rf 4 13 110
Stuart, as 4 1 2 0 2 0
TaUey, p 4 1 0 0 2 0
Totals 33 9 13 21 12 1
Uliamston Ab R H PO A T.
Taylor, cf 5 1 2 3 0 0
Slakis. ss 4 110 6 0
Newman, If 4 0 2 1 0 0
Rock, lb 4 0 2 10 0 1
Swain, p-rf 3 10 10 0
Stotler. 3b 3 112 10
Popovich. 2b 3 2 2 1 4 2
Marcel, c 4 1 2 3 0 0
Miller, rf-p 3 1 2 0 0 0
Totals 33 7 14 21 11 3
Score by innings: R
Wilson 100 008 0?9
Williamston 100 302 1?7
Runs batted in: Rock, Popovich,
Morris 2, Miller 2, Taylor, Gardella,
Stuart, Dickens 2, Carnahan, New
man 2. Two base hits: Rock, Popo
vich, Morris Three base hit: Gar
della. Sacrifices: Bauer 2, Popovich,
Morris, Stotler, Miller. Left on bases:
Wilson 8, Williamston 9. Bases on
balls: off TaUey 1, Miller 2. Struck
out by TaUey 3, Miller 2. Swain 1.
Hits: off Miller 8 in 5 1-3; Swain 5
in 1 2-3. Wild pitch: Tallev. Losing
pitcher: Miller. Umpires: Joliff and
Latham. Time: 1:38.
Little'Miss Lib Taylor has return
ed tram a visit with relatives ii
Martins Go to Roost Today As
Curtain Falls on Bad Season
This afternoon the Martini meet
the second-place Tarboro Cubs in a
curtr*n-closing bargain bill at 2:00
p. m Manager Red Swain in his pre
game statement named Andy Ander
son as a likely starter in one of the
contests, but added that he would
hazard no guess as to who would
pitch in the other contests.
Now would be a good time, if be
lated, to support the Martins, who
have been winning fairly consistent
ly lately despite innnmerable handi
caps. So why not end the season on
a hopeful note for the baseball fu
ture in Williamston by turning out
this afternoon for the final games
of the disastrous 1M0 season''
Club Operator J. Eaaon Ljlley has
played the role of a reel sportsman
all the way through. He has not ask
ed (or one penny more than was of
fered under an agreement with the
fans. He has accepted his loss with
out complaint. Just what that loss is.
he does not say. 'Td rather try to
forget about it," he said this week.
It is possible that while many had
to worry over the late spring, the
blue mold, the dry weather, the
rains, the floods, the war and the
topsy situation In general, Mr. Lilley
could center all his worry on one
subject, baseball, and escape the
numerous worries that were so plen
tiful in the general conglomeration.
Locals Lose Pair
To Tarboro Cubs
By Close Margins
Popovich Handler Hill Duty
In Capable Manner Here
Pop Popovich cast aside the man
tle of a second-saeker Wednesday
afternoon and helped to carry the
burden of the Martins' beleaguered
pitching staff. Although the slight
keysack guardian twirled well, 1 im-_
iting the second-place Tarboro Cubs
to seven hits in the first game and
five during his stay in the second
contest, his wildness and timely
Tarboro clouting counteracted 28
Martin bingles and sent the locals
down in a double defeat, losing the
first tilt 4-3 and the next 8-7.
The Cubs raced to a three-run lead
in the initial inning of the opener on
a walk, a hit batsman and Schenz'
home run over the leftfield barrier.
However, the Martins usurped the
lead in the fifth frame by means of
a six-hit surge. Stotler doubled, was
followed by successive singles by
Marcel, Gaylord and Popovich, Sla
kis' double and Newman's single to
account for four runs.
Then Popovich again temporarily
weakened and the Cubs cinched the
decision in the succeeding stanza.
Schenz tripled, Davis doubled and
Eure single for the tying and win
I nthe nightcap the Martins made
three runs in the third verse to knot
the count. Marcel was hit by a pitch
ed ball, Slakis and Gaylord singled
and Rock doubled in this frame.
The Cubs used Schenz' double and
Eure's triple in the fifth to take a
6-4 lead which was nullified in the
Martins' half of the same verse.
Gaylord singled. Rock doubled and
Swain singled for that inning's fire
works. However, Metelski walked
and Justice homered to send the|
Cubs on an advance that was never
Mincy, with four hits for seven
attempts, led the Cubs at bat, while
Rock with five for nine, including
his fifth double in two days, and
Stotler, five for seven, shared sim
ilar honors for the locals.
Wednesday, August 28.
Tarboro Ab R H PO A E
Metelski, lb 4 0 0 8 0 0
Justice, ss 3 0 0 3 3 0
Mincy, If 4 1 2 2 0 0
McHenry,^ 3 1 0 2 0 1
Schenz. 2b 2 2 2 8 3 0
Davis, c 4 115 0 0
Donner, 3b 4 0 10 2 QJ
Eure, rf-p 4 0 1110
Witt, p 3 0 0 0 2 0
Parker, rf 10 10 10
Totals 33 5 7 27 12 1
Williams ton Ab R H PO A E
Taylor, cf 5 0 2 4 0 1
Slakis, 2b 5 0 2 4 1 0
Newman, 3b 5 0 2 0 1 _0_
Rock, lb 5 0 1 7 3 6
Swain, lf-rf 4 0 1 2 0 0
Stotler, ss 3 13 2 10
Marcel, c 4 113 10
Anderson, rf 0 0 0 0 0 0
Gaylord, If 4 1110 0
Popovich, p 3 114 2 0
Totals 38 4 14 27 9 1
Score by innings: R
Tarboro 300 200 000?5
Williamston 000 400 000?4
Runs batted in: Schenz 3, Marcel,
Popovich, "Slakis, Newman, Davis,
Witt. Two base hits: Stotler 2, Sla
kis, Davis, Taylor. Three base hit:
Schenz. Home run: Schenz. Stolen
base: Mincy Sacrifices: Stotler, Me
telski. Double playst Justice. Schenz
and Meteiski; Schenz and Justice.
Left on bases: Tarboro 7, Williams
ton 9. Bases on balls: off Popovich
3, Eure 1. Struck out: hy Popovich
3, Witt 2, Eure 2. Hits off Witt 8 in
5; Eure 6 in 4. Hit by pitcher: by
Popovich (Justice). Winning pitch
er: Witt. Umpires: Smith and Joliff.
Tarboro Ab R H PO A E
Metelaki, lb 2 10 7
Justice, ss 4 111
Mincy, If 3 2 2 T T
McHenry, ct 3 0 12 0
Schenz, 2b 4 1 1 5 3
Donner, 3b 3 2 0 0
Parker, rf 110 0
Eure, rf 2 0 10
Little, c 3 0 0 5
Schultz, p 2 0 10 3
Simon, p 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 28 8 7 21 13 1
William*ton Ab R H PO A E
Taylor, cf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Slakis, 2b 4 12 14 0
Gaylord, If 4 2 2 1 0 0
Rock, lb 4 1 4 10 0 0
Swain, rf 4 0 110 0
Newman. 3b 2 2 2 0 4 0
Stotler, sa 4 0 2 1 4 1
Marcel, c 2 113 10
Edmondaon, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Popovlch, p 4 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 32 7 14 21 13 1
Score by innings: R
Turboro 120 032 0?8
Willlamston 003 120 1?7
Runs batted id: McHenry, Schultz,
Slakis. Gaylord, Rock, Popovich,
Schenz, Eure 2, Swain 2, Justice 2,
Marcel. Two basa hUS: Mlncy, Rock
3, Schenz. TTiree base hit: Eure. Home
i run: Justice. Sacrifice: Marcel. Dou
ble plays: Justice, Schenz and Metel
Upsets Feature In
First Rounds Of
- Tennis Tourney
Second Matches Are To Be
Completed By Next
Late Thursday afternoon every
first round singles and doubles match
had been played and results were
posted preparatory to beginning the
second round of the regular tennic
tournament and the first round of
the consolation tournament early this
morning All second round matches
must be completed by Wednesday
noon, September 4th, under penalty
of forfeit and already some are be
ing run off.
Sunday afternoon in a pair of fea
ture matches, the favored doubles
team of Oscar Anderson and Rush
Bondurant will meet Junie Peel and
Howard Cone, and Vernon Bunting,
number 2 singles, will take on James
Manning in a singles contest. Both
matches will be played on the fer
tilizer court which will probably be
ready for play some time Saturday.
Singles upsets featured the first
round: Shelbon Hall over Monk
Cobb, 6-8, 6-4, 6-2; Wheeler Manning
over Roger Critcher, 6-3, 6-4; C D.
Pittman over Jack Manning, 6-2,
6-2; William Everett over Robert
Cowen, 6-4, 6-2. Other singles re
sults: Oscar Anderson over Oswald
Stalls, 6-1, 6-2; Z T. Piephoff over
Noah Hardison, 6-0, 6-2; Joe Holli
day over Dick Daniels, 6-6, 6-2; BiH
Spivey over Kddie Trahey, 6-2, 6-1;
Joe Thrower by forfeit; Howard
Cone, bye; Vernon Bunting over Neil
Jones, 6-0, 6-0; James Manning, bye;
Cortez Green over James Bullock,
6-3, 6-8, 6-0; Junie Peel over Ham
Price, 6-2, 6-1; Leman Barnhill over
Bud Crockett, 6-2, 6-1; Jim Cook over
Roy Coltrain 6-2, 6-3; Dillon Cobb,
forfeit; Hardy Rose, bye; Rush Bon
durant over Arthur Bertolett, 6-1,
Doubles results Anderson-Bondur
ant, forfeit; Peel-Cone over Griffin
Jones, 6-1, 6-1; Pittman-Trahey over
Harrison-Piephoff, 6-0, 6-1; Cooke
Critcher over Bullock-Stalls, 6-3,
6-2; Cowon-Green. forfeit; Spivey
Bunting over Crockett-Coltrain, 6-2,
6-0; Barnhill-Manning over Pricc
Holliday, 6-0, 6-1; Manning-Rose ov
er Bertolett-Everett, 6-1, 6-4; Man
ning-D- Cobb over Thrower-M. Cobb
Second round singles pairings: An
derson vs. Piephoff; S Hall vs. Hol
ey vs. Everett; Thrower vs. Cone;
Bunting vs. James Manning; Green
vs. Peel; Barnhill vs. Cooke; D. Cobb
vs. Rose; Bondurant, bye.
Second round doubles pairings:
Anderson-Bondurant vs. Peel-Cone;
Pittman-Trahey over Cooke-Critch
er 6-2, 6-0; Cowen-Green vs. Barn
hil-James Manning, the winner vs.
Spivey-Bunting; J. Manning-Rose vs.
W. Manning-D. Cobb
First round consolation singles:
Stalls vs. Bertolet; Hardison vs. Col
train; M. Cobb vs. Crockett; Daniels
vs. Price; Critcher vs. Bullock; J
Manning vs. Neil Jones; Trahey vs
Hanison, Cuwen, bye.
Tuesday, August 21.
Snow Hill 2-4, New Bern 1-7.
Kinston 6, Goldsboro 4
Williamston 4-7, Wilson 3-9
Tarboro 7, Greenville 5.
Wednesday, August 28.
Tarboro 5-8, Williamston 4-7
Greenville 3, Wilson 0.
Goldsboro 2, Snow Hill 1
Kinston 6, New Bern 4.
Thursday, Auglust 29.
Snow Hill 8, Goldsboro 1.
Tarboro 15, Williamston 7.
New Bern fl, Kinston 0.
Greenville 3, Wilson 1.
The big question mark worrying
Coach Ray Wolf and followers of the
University of North Carolina foot
ball team this season is whether
Jim "Sweet" Lalanne, passer deluxe,
can be groomed to take George Stim
weiss' spot in the Tar Heel back
field. "Sweet Jim" cut quite a path
last year as a sophomore and many
list him an All-American candidate.
ski; Donner, Schenz and Metelski;
Newman, Slakis and Rock. Left on
bases: Tarboro 5, Williamston 8.
Bases on balls: off Schultz 2, Ed
mondson 3, Popovich 4. Struck out:
by Schultz 3, Popovich 2, Simon 1.
Hits: off Edmondson 3 in I; Popo
vich 4 in 6; Schultz 11 in 4 2-3; Si
mon 3 in 2 1-3. Hit by pitcher: by
Schultz (Marcel). Wild pitch: Ed
mondson Balk: Edmondson. Passed
balls: Marcel, Little. Winning pitch
er: Simon. Losing pitcher: Popovich.
Umpires: Joliff and Smith: Time of
Initial Contest Of
Episcopalian* Blow Up in the
Eighth To Drop Game B\
Score of 11*10
Showing the effect* of their gruel
ling series with the Christians, the
Episcopalians dropped a close, thrill
ing farce yesterday afternoon to the
slightly more settled Methoterians.
11-10. in the final round of the City
Softball Circuit play-offs. Both teams
were evidently off form as the com
edy of erron sent the victors one-up
in the bets two out of three series
For two innings starting pitchers
W. Manning and Malone struggled
by without allowing* a run. But the
Episcopalians broke the ice in the
third and the precedent once set
scorers became as frequent as bomb
ers over London and Berlin.
Two errors and singles by Cooke
and Jim Critcher gave the Episco
paltans their first three runs and
this scoring was duplicated in the
sixth stanza. Singles by J. Critcher.
Saunders, Wynne and Malone, sand
wiched about a fielder's choice ac
counted for that inning's tallying.
Incidentally during the first six
frames which ended with the Epis
copalians ahead. 6-3. the Methoter
ians had a chance to at least tie the
score in the fifth. Wheeler "Bene
dict" Manning reached base on an er
ror by Stuart Critcher, but puHed
a stunt worthy of "Dime-a-Dance"
Dawse Cooke when he thoughtless
ly turned toward second and was
nipped Even simpler was Joe Thig
pen's select trick of bingling, steal-1
ing second and pulling a boner above !
the ears in gayly jaunting off second
and being tagged.
However, their little pranks had
no tangible effect on the outcome of
the game. For the lucky seventh, the
Methoterians used six. hits by Cobb,
Whitley, Crofton. Thigpen, Cunning
ham and again Whitley, with seven
recorded Episcopal bobbles to score
eight runs and insure a 11-10 tri
The feature of the day or twilight
was the duel between Stuart Critch-'
er and Joe Thigpen. rival second
sackers, for the league's erroring
championship. Repeatedly, they boot-1
ed easy chances that should have
presented little difficulty. Thigpen
even shifted to third but after a
while, a wily Episcopalian noted the I
change and the brunt of the Epis
copal attack was again shifted to |
the open gate
Jim Critcher led the losers at bat. I
with three for four, while Herbert
Whitley, with a similar record, was
best for the victors. Joe Thigpen had .
three for four for the Methoterians.
J. Critcher, cf
S. Critcher, 2b
R. Critcher, 3b
Score by innings: R
PpifrvipniiwnK -floa-ooa aao?h?
Methoterians 002 100 HOx 11
IT WON'T BE LONG
Whether it turns cold or not, the
1940 football season is close by and
the Big Five teams are preparing
for what is hoped to be one of the
best Seasons in many years.
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Tarboro s Nine
In their last out-of-town game of
the disastrous 1940 season, the luip
less Williamston Martins last night
dropped their third straight game'to
Tarboro's Cubs, 15-7, sustaining their
fourth consecutive defeat. For a
short while Manager Red Swain,
leader, and Don Parker, runner-up,
continued their personal duel for
league strikeout supremacy, until
Parker went to the outfield in the
fifth in an exchange of positions with
the* Cubs' pilot, McHenry. Die side
wheeling Red Swain had by far tin
better argument, whiffing twelve tc
Slim Gardner started on tile mound
for the locals but couldn't get any
one out. Metelski met him with a
Ruthian wallop. Justice tripled and
Mincy followed suit. McHenry wall,
ed and Schenz singled home two
other runs Whereupon Gardner got
the gate and Firemen Red Swain,
who has pitched so often this season
his nawm wemx-ti-birjc-srore fix t uFej
came in the game.
Swain led the Martins' attack with
three bingles for five attempts, in
eluding a triple, while Metelski
clouted a homer and a trio of sin
gles to pace the Cubs.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Corey, of
Kinston, have been visiting friends
and relatives near here for a few
ii ii m i />n
Thursday, Aurlust 29.
McHenry. cf p
Sell en/.. 2b
Parker, p cf
Score bv miimu.s .- ? R
Williamston 00U 103 111 7
Tarboro 450 400 ll\ 15
Runs hatted in Metelski 3. Mtney,
Schenz 3, Furc 3, Parker. Justice 3,
iiwum-2t Marcel?2.?Mi I lenry Twr?
base hits Kurt*. Anderson,^Mincy
Tlvree base hits Justice 2. Muic'y.
Parker, Swain. Iloitie run Metelski.
j Stolen base Little Sacrifice Jus
it ice Double play Popov ich, Stotler
and Kock Left on bases Wilhamston
0. Tarborn 0. Bases on balls off
Swain 4. Parker 1, Gardner 1 Me
Henry 1. Schultz 1 Struck out: bv
Swain 12. Parker 2. McHenry l.
Schult/ 2. Hits: off Gardner 3 in 0
(none out in 1st). Parker 3 in 5.
Swain HI in 3, Mel I en r> 5 in 2.
Owner, playing-manager. Charlie
Mack Johnson, of the Williamiton
colored Quicksteps, announced to
day that his charges would entertain
Greenville here Sunday at their
temporary park in the last game of
the season. Augustus Bradley, on the
mound, and Big Lecy Faison. with
the mask and mitt, will handle bat
tery duties for the locals, who have
won 14 out of^22 games this season.
| Outlining- an TTttrelhely optimii-~~
j tic set-up for next season. Johnson
' intimated that the ball park would
I he greatly improved with a fence
! ?md grandstand soon to be placed
"Next year," he added, "the Quick
I >teps will play three games a week
and be in a colored league-with teams
! from rlvmuuth. Norfolk Raleigh
land several other towns Alraedy he
I has purchased 15 uniforms from Mar
tin President Euson Lilley and is
. looking over l ight recruits who will
pring training next
Recently Charlie was approached
-by xr smooth Negro baseball scout
from Baltimore, who has designs on
several Quickstep mainstays They
?arc Horace Lee, 3b Horace Respass.
el. Gilbert Russell, lb. Augustus
Bradley. p However. Johnson said
he declined to talk business with
him at present but promised to let
[?him know whether the players were
for sale hext soring
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Schultz 4 in 2 Wild pitchc ? Swain
2. Parker, Me Henry Passed balls
Little 4 Winning pitcher: Parker.
Losing pitch**! Gardner Umpires:
Latham and Johff Time 1:57.
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