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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1948
CARTERET COUNTY NEWS-TIMES, JHOREIIEAD CITY. AND BEAUjFORT, N. C
It's 'Tune-Up Time' at Lejeune
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CAMP LEJEUNE The Camp Lejeune football team primes for its opening game of the 1948 sea
son with an inter-squad scrimmage. The Marines play host to Campbell Junior College of Dunn, N. C,
tomorrow on the Lejeune field In the first tilt of a 10-game schedule. (Official Marine Corps photo.
Public Information Office, 2nd Marine Division).
Cherry Point 11'
To Open Tonight
The Cherry Point Flyers have
finished their preliminary training
and have primed themselves for a
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which they will open tonight by
facing East Carolina Teachers Col
lege at Rocky Mount under the
After ECTC, the Flyers will play
some of the top military teams in
the country, climaxed by a game
ith their local arch-rivals, Camp j
All games that will be played ;
at Cherry Point will start at 2 p.m.
Every citizen of this area lias j
been invited to witness the local '
games free of charge. Civilian
personnel attending these games i
will be admitted to the station
with a minimum of delay any I
time after 1 p.m. j
hpeeial passes lor auiomooiios
will be issued at the Main Glc
as visitors arrive and indicate their
desire to attend the football
games. Ample seating arranse
ments are available and vehicles
will be parked close by the foot
The entire schedule for the
Cherry Point Flyers in 1948 is as
September 17 East Carolina
Teachers College at Rocky Mtaiiki
September 25 Elgin Field,
Florida at Cherry Point.
October 3 82nd Airborne Divi
sion at Fort Bragg.
October 9 Carrier Air Group
Two, NAAS, Oceana, Virginia, at
October 16 Quonset Point at
Quonset Point, R. I.
October 23 Philadelphia Naval
Base at Cherry Point.
October 30 Recruit Depot, I'ar
ris Island, at Parris Island. S. C.
November 7 Naval Air Station,
Jacksonville, Florida, at Jackson
November 13 Camp Lejeune at
Bill Klem, umpire-in-chief of the
National League, worked in more
World Series than any other offi
cial. Klem umpired in 1 between
1908 and 1940.
Series "A" W. L.
ISeaulort 2 0
Swanstmro 0 2
Series "B" W. L.
Morehead City 11
Maishallhcrg 1 1
Host on 81 58
Pittsburgh 74 61
Brooklyn 7.r) 63
St. Louis 74 63
New York 73 61
Philadelphia 58 80
Cincinnati 57 5!)
Chicago 57 81
Boston 87 51
New York 85 52
Clevclmd 84 55
Philadelphia 81 61
Detroit 67 68
St Louis 54 82
Washington 4!) 92
Chicago 46 92
Saturday, Srpt ember 18
Swansboro at Beaufort (2:30).
Morehead City at Marshallberg
Sunday. September 19
Beaufort at Swansboro 2, if nec
Marshallberg ft Morehead City
2, if necessary (1:30).
Rocky Mounters Make
"Record Dolphin Catch
Paul E. Parker and a parly of
10 anglers from Rocky Mount
made a record catch of dolphin
off Morehead Cily on Monday
when they reeled in 169 of the
colorful beauties while fishing
with Capt. Bcdsworth aboard the
Otis Purifoy-owned' deep sea crui
Largest of the fish scaled at 17
pounds. They were caught near
the wreck of the Russian Tanker
Ashkabad. which was sent to the
bottom off Cape Lookout during
the early part of World War II by
an enemy submarine. ' The parly
was using feather lures and their
entire catch was made before 10:30
on Monday morning.
Yale University has had more
All-America football nlayers tha'i
any other college in the nation.
MC School Board
To Give Decision
Today on Football
The Morehead City school board
will meet 4 p.m. this afternoon at
the school building to decide the
possibility of the resumption of
high school football.
The question of resumption has
been raised strenuously in various
quarters in recent weeks, and the
Morehead City Jaycees, at their
weekly meeting Monday night,
voted to support a twin city team
composed of players from Beau
fort and Moreliead City.
This was done after a Jaycee
committee had met with H. L. Jos
l"n. superintendent of county
schools, and was told that the only
way to get football underway in
Morehead would he to organize a
six-man team or join with Beaufort
as a twin city aggregation because
of lack of players.
Over in Beaufort, a jroup of
high school bovs have been work
ing out every day this week under
Charles Stuart, a senior. Stuart
was given his charge by Coach T.
II. McQuaid, who has given in
structions for calisthenics and si
The largest turnout was Wed
nesday, when 18 boys showed up.
The average weight of the candi
dates is slightly qvcr. J6Q pounds,
ana live tip the scales at over L7U.
One player weighs 193 and In-
The Morehead City Lions Club
won the championship of the Car
teret Softball League Wednesday
afternoon after sweeping the final
round of league playoffs by defeat
ing the Morehead City Jaycees
twice in a doublcheader, 84 and
4-1, at Wade Brothers Tark.
Leary and Garris were the op
posing tossers in the first game
for the Lions and the Jaycees, res
pectively. Garris then went ahead
to win the second game also, the
losing pitcher being Guthrie.
League president Bernard Leary
said that the league this year was
hindered by a late start, and that i
next season the league plans to
start earlier and have a more fully
There are also good prospects
for night Softball if a campaign for
lights at Wade Brothers Park is
Guthrie Shrimp Net Gains
Fame Among Fishermen
The Louis Guthrie shrimp in
vention, so designed that it per-
Of the four highest priced year
ling race horses New Broom,
Hustle On, Perciles and Broadway
Limited only Pericles ever won a
race, and that was an obscure con
test for four-year-olds. Hustle On
never went to the post.
Prjni-eton defeated both Harvard
anj Yale lasi seasoi. for the first
time since 1939 and the tenth in
history but the Tigers have never
before been able to turn the trick
in two successive seasons.
THEATRE Beaufort, N. C.
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mils immature fish to escape while
retaining marketable size shrimp,
is gaining in popularity not only
along the North Carolina coast,
but in other areas of the Atlantic
and Guff coasts. Guthrie, friv?ntor
of the net. has even received
orders for the net from fislieUuen
in Portugal, France, and several
other European countries.
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This is the last week of the 1948 dog
racing season of the CAROLINA RAC- T
ING ASSOCIATION. 11
SAT. NIGHT, SEPT. 18
The season's winning dogs will be
matched against each other in a final,
and tenth race, in this great event
Every Night (Except Sunday) Rain or Shins
Post Time 8:30 P. M.
Legalized Pari Mutuel Operations, Under Supervision of
Morehead City Racing Commission.
CAROLINA RACING ASSOCIATION
GREYHOUND RACE TRACK
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