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High School Tourney To Get Underway Tonight
Bear Grass Boys Engage Oak City
At 7:00 o'Clock In Opening Battle
4 Farm Life Lassies
In Second (Contest
Janit'avillt* Boys ami KoImt
Minville Mix in Eve
Rivalry and revenge lias been fast
/ accumulating among the various
basketball trams throughout the
county during the past month but ,
it will all be thrashed out in the
county high school tournament open
ing here this evening
The Williamston girls were sched
uled to meet the Oak City sextet in
the opener tonight but Sam Ed
wards, tourney chairman, reports
that Oak City sent notice last Friday
mornnig that they would not enter
their girls- team. At seven o'clock.
> the opener will bring forth the Bear
Grass boys against Oak City with
Bear Grass appearing to have the
slight edge The second game will
be a struggle between Farm 1 -de and
Robersonville girls; Robersonville
goes in as the favorite. The final UI
the first night will be the James
ville boys against Robersonville ?
two "unknown quantities.
The second round of the tourney
will begin at six o'clock Wednesday
night with the strong Jamesville
? sextet meeting the winner of the
Farm Life-Robersonville game And
round about 7 00. things will really
begin to get hot when the Farm Life
boys seek revenge against Bear
Grass Early in the season Bear
Grass eked out a one-point victory
over Farm Life, but the losers are
fgiuring on evening things up on
their second meeting. At 8:00 the
heat will continue just a little strong
er when the Bear Grass girls try to
get back that victory Williamston
Aook away last Friday night. The)
Green Wave greatly disappointed
the Bear Grasshoppers when they
sent them back home with a 24-22
loss The final of Wednesday night s
play will be a tilt between the Green
Wave boys and the Jamesville quint.
The Jamesville boys have ruled the
hardwood court for the past several
years but there is a possibility of
their tumbling this year against
some of the strong quints developed
this season in the county.
On Thursday night the basketeers
will rest while the teachers and
school officials go into action at the
local gym?eating oysters.
The finals will be played here on
Friday night, and. come what may,
the finals promise to bring ,(>rth
some real high school basketball
Mattre** ( enter* in Yancey
Are Turning Out 2H Daily
, Three mattress centers in Yancey
County have been averaging a total
of 28 mattresses daily for the past
two weeks, reports R H Crouse,
farm agent of the N. C State Col
lege Extension Service
program, calling for the manufacture
and sales of up to 2,000,000 cotton
? patterns." or bale covers, has been
announced by the U. S Department
from common coUs
That Hang On
fSUfble to help loosen and expel
laden phlegm, and aid nature
- to soothe and heal raw. tender In
named bronchial inucoua mem
branes. Tell your drufgl?to sell you
a bottle of Creomuislan wtth the un
derstsndlng vou must like the way It
?y .nfy* the cough or you are
to have your money back.
for Coughs. Chesi Colds. Bronchitis^
SLUGGER MIZB ... By Jack Sords
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LFASOE- FbR tHb
^W/PC> S-fRAIGMT Vp-AR
FOR 'BIG I.KAGHKR' | '
The management of the Wli
Immston Martins Is trying to ar- | [
ranff a basketball fame here
for Monday night of next week
with the Windsor Rebels. The
proceeds of this contest will be
given to "Big Leaguer" Beaird,
who injured his ankle in the
Washington tournament last
week-end while playing for the
locals. Beaird will have to travel
on crutches for at least three
weeks, according to reports from
The Martins met the Rebels in
the semi-finals of the Washing
ton tourney and offered the fans
quite a battle, and it is hoped
that a meeting can be arranged
between the two teams, the.def
inite date to be announced in Fri
Brain Clan Be Seen
Through The Eyes
The only place where the human j
brain can be inspected during life
is in the eye, points out the Better j
Vision Institute. The retina, which j
is an extenison of the brain, spreads
itself over the back of the eye, lay I
ing bare the nerves for viewing !
through the ophthalmoscope.
"Not only can the nerves be ob
served, but the arteries and veins in |
the retina can be examined minute
ly during life," says the institute.
"Observation is greatly facilitated
because the eye itself acts as a low- ,
power microscope, magnifying by |
about 15 diameters."
U ilnon ( aunty In Creeneni
Thin Fall It Han Ever Been
Wilson County is the greenest this
planted then largest acreage of
planted their Iragest acreage of
winter cover crops last fall, reports i
Assistant Farm Agent J. A Marsh. I
Similar Hive* Com plele
Detail* Cor Ceediiifi I'iil*
Complete details for feeding pigs
ire contained in Extension Ciivulai
Mo 23H. "Raising Hogs jo Ninth Cai
ilma " Copies may he obtained with
nit charge by writing to the Agri
ultural Editor. State College, Hal
?igh. Although there is no one best
at ion, a more or less standard ra
ion that produces good results con
ists of corn, tankage or fish meal,
ind a mineral mixture. However,
substitutes that are more econonn
:*al can be user! for some of the in
AT JAMESVILLE 9 lo 10:00 a. m.
AT HARDISON'S MILI 10:30 lo 12 in.
AT BEAR GRASS 1 to 3 p. in.
AT OAK CITY 9 to 11 a. m.
AT HAMILTON 11:30 a. m. to 12 m.
AT GOLD POINT 1 lo 2 p. m.
AT WILL1AMSTON 9 lo 11 a. m.
AT EVERETTS 11:30 a. in. to 12:30 p. in.
AT ROBERSON V1LLE 1 to 3 p. in.
Colored Hens, Leghorn Hens, Slags, Roosters
WE PAY TOI* MARKET PRICES
PITT POULTRY CO.
GREENVILLE, N. C.
Bear Grass Hi^li
And \\ illiamstnn
?l)i\ i<l?- Double Hill
I>iimi Lcud* (?irl?
Mclorv. 21-22. \- B?\>
i ?*e. 27-1 I
Tin Wilhamston High School bas
ketball teams split a doubleheadcr j
I with tin Bear Grass High last Friday |
!evening in the Wilhamston Gym.J
! The Wilhamston girls were victor
ious after a close and hard-fought
game by the sct>re of 24 to 22 The
Bear Grass girls, with'the count
of 14-12 against them at the half,
canto back to push, the WiUiamston
gills almost iiito submission in the.
last few minutes of the game
Wjlliamstons leaders were Dunn
J and Jackson, with 13 and 8 points
respectively, Bear Grass' leaders j
were H. Ward, with 7 points, and O.
Khdgerson was runner-up. with 5. |
The Bear Grass boys won their i
?ne by the score of 27-14 Leaders I
in tin Williamston attack were !
James Ward, with <i points, while |
Clifton Ward, his right-hand man.
followed with I've points. Bear Grass '
lead- i weiv Harris and Hoberson.
w dh 8 points apiece
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Marl ill Capers Come In Second In Washington
Tourney But Gain Their Share Of The Laurels
in me annual wxsningion
Basketball Tournament played
last week, the Williamston Mar
tins raptured their part of the
prise money and laurels despite
the fart that tough luck kept
them from repeating in the
championship round. The tour
ney. rated the best ever held in
this section, was attended by un
usually large crowds with record
numbers attending from this
Prize awards were made xs
s.'?0 to (ioldsboro. the champ
uins; > 10 me 'ianiii\ me run
nfr ups; S'JO to Windsor, the
consolation winners; to
Uxsliin^ton. the consolation run
ner-up: $5 Oil to hmh scorer.
John Jett; $.'>.00 to the best all
around player. Oscar Anderson;
$3.00 to the most popular player.
Tap" Diem: and $3.00 to the
player who made the most free
throws. Donald It rock.
The five players on the first
all-tourney team. who were
awarded SMiO each, are: At for
wards. I.autares. of lioldbsoro.
and Anderson, of the Martins: at
center. I> lirock. of Ooldsboro:
.i! guards. litem of the Martin*.
and Hamilton, of Washington.
The five players on the second
all-tourney team, who were
awarded SI.50 each, are: At for
wards. A. Ilolliday of the Wil
liamston Eagles. and J. Hroek of
tnddsboro. at center. John Jett
< f Washington; at guards. Fuller
of the Martins, and Smith of
All these selections seemed
to meet w ith the unanimous ap
proval of those who attended the
tournament and so everybody
went awa> happ\ and well sat
.Martins Drop Thriller
in Tournament Finals
III Deeisiou In
Mnrlin* ^cn- Vtitlnnil S.-r\
ici's of Wiillat't' \iiil
Tin' Williamston Martin's wriv
defeated last Friday night m the
annual Washington Basketball Tour
nament by Goldsbom's quint by a
close score of 33-30.
Tire Martins entered the final
round of tin- tourney without the
services of two of their star players.
Femu r Wallace and Breezy Beatt-d,
who were injured in the semi-finals
ownt with Windsor-Thursrtny~"eVe
t.ing Di pite this extreme?handi
cap, the tioldsboro hoops teis were
pushed to the limit to capture the
championship. Williamston was
ahead most of the time for. the first
three periods in a Contest that was
marked by defensive play by both
teams. In the opinion of many, this
tilt was the best match of the entire
Tall Don Brock, well remembered
b\ basketball teams here, was Golds
horn's high scorer of the evening,
making six In Id goals and four free
shots count Hi points Next best for
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Dave Kulli i
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On I 10 MnHrt'HHrs Daily
Wan'?.? n . Quint v liiw mt'omc farm
amilus in now turning out an av
rage ??f 35 to 40 mattresses each day
jidel" the Federal-State mattress
taking program for disposing of
(II piII- cotton
THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS GIVES YOU
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