G. H. S. HAS TOO BIG A HILL t EASTERN TRIP BIG SUCCESS
FOR BURLINGTON TO CLIMB
Hill Is Winning Pitcher
With Hill pitching shut-out ball
for eight innings of the game and
the old purple and gold heavy
artillery opening fire for thirteen
runs, G. H. S. had little trouble
in downing the Burlington H. S.
nine by a 13 to 1 score. Cap
tain Green’s men opened the first
inning with a fusillade of hits
but were kept away from the plate
by quick fielding of the Burlington
team. They started to work in
earnest in the third by scoring three
runs. This occurred again in the
fifth, sixth and seventh innings.
Burlington’s lone run came in the
eighth when Riddle tripled and
scored on Hortrus’ infield out. The
hitting of Block and Sikes were
tpie outstanding features of the
game, John Harry getting two doub
les and a single in the full times
up while Block checked in at the
counting table four times out of
six tries. Only one of his hits
went for extra bases this being a
two bagger in the sixth inning with
the bases drunk. It was an error
less game in as much as Greens
boro was concerned.
The box score and summary:
Greensboro AB. R .H. PO A. E.
Harrison, 2b. 6 110 2 0
Block, lb. 6 4 4 12 0 0
Swift, rf. 3 3 1 2 0 0
Greene, ss. 4 2 2 2 5 0
Wrenn, If. 5 13 3 10
Sikes, c. 5 1 3 4 2 0
S. Adams, cf. 3 0 0 2 0 0
Burroughs, 3b. 4 0 2 2 0 0
Hill, p. 5 110 3 0
C, Adams, rf. 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 41 13 17 27 13 0
Burlington AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Hall, 2b 4 0 13 11
Nichols, c. 4 0 1 103 1
C. Andrews, cf. 2 0 0 1 0 0
Riddle, lb. 4 116 0 0
Martin, If. 3 0 110 0
Isely, rf. 4 0 0 1 0 1
T. Andrews, p., rf., p. 3 0 1 0 1 0
Mclver, 3b. 3 0 0 1 0 0
Fausette, ss. 3 0 0 3 1 1
Hughes, p., rf. 0 0 T) 1 0 0
Totals 30 1 5 27 6 4
Score by innings:
Greensboro 013 033 030—13
Burlington 000 000 010—1
Summary: Two base hits, Block,
Swift, Sikes, 2, Burroughs, Hall.
Three base hit, Riddle. Stolen,
bases. Block, 2; Swift, 2. Sacrifice
hits. Swift, Greene, S. Adams, Bur
roughs. Struck out, by Hill, 3;
Andrews, 9; Hughs 1- Bases on
balls, off Hill, 2; Andrews, 1;
Hughes, 2. Umpire, Jacobs.
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annual social at the Tea Garden
this week end. The event this
year will be different from the
one of previous years. A good
jazz orchestra will be present to
plav during the banquet which will
be served and the dance which
will follow. The Club plans to
make a success of it.
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The baseball team of G. H. S. left
the school Wednesday morning,
March 28, in a Studebaker, Ford
roadster and a Hupmobile amid
the loud and lusty cheers of the
Juniors and Seniors. They reached
Sanford, their first stop in time for
lunch. The game was called fpr
3:30, so they dressed and went to
the field. With Buster pitching and
John catching, they mopped up with
Sanford 10 to 5. That night they
were entertained by the boys and
girls of Sanford and they evidently
made a good job of it. The next
morning the team left for Fayette
ville and reached there in time for
dinner. They were entertained in the
boys’ homes. Lacy Wyrick and John
Sykes was the battery and when the
game was over the score was 26-7.
It made no difference in the warm
reception Fayetteville gave them.
The journey to Raeford was made
in the rain. It rained all of the
morning, but when they went to the
field they found a diamond of
sand, which, when the rain stopped
about two o’clock, drained right off.
At four o’clock the game was start
ed. “Wee” Hill was on the mound
for Greensboro. The game lasted
ten innings and with the score tied
3-3, the game was called on account
of darkness. The people of Raeford
opened their houses to the boys and
begged them to make themselves at
home. A big reception was held for
them Friday night. Nearly all of
the team found a girl and they had
a thoroughly enjoyable time. Satur-
morning Coach Phillips called them
out rather early and the team went
through practice signals in the
main street. The girls were there
to see their “shining New Finds.”
After the practice they loafed
around and were taken for long
rides. That afternoon they showed
what they could do and beat Rae
ford 21 to 11. Buster Swift was
the choice for the mound. The
team left Raeford Saturday night
and reached home at 2 o’clock Sun
day morning after a most successful,
charming and delightful trip.
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Our trip to Charlotte was a dis
aster. We lost. Let nothing further
be said on the subject.
At the Burlington meet, held be
tween Burlington, Reidsville, and
Greensboro, our men showed mark
ed improvement over previous form.
Wyrick took first place in both the
100-yard and 220-yard dashes. Coe
came out first in the 440, while
Homey took a corresponding place
in the mile. E. Anderson won sec
ond place in the 410 and Newell
won third in'the same event. Good
win won fourth in the same event.
Goodwin won fourth in the discus
throw and tied for second in the
After having won the mile relay,
the team returned to a more im
portant occasion, the Junior-Senior
Comer, Newell, Wyrick, E. An
derson, Coe, Homey, and Goodwin
left Thursday for the state meet at
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GREENSBORO BEATS POMONA
Ike Wrenn Starts Rally
The Greensboro-Pomona baseball
game Sautrday afternoon at Cone
Park was one thriller; in fact, some
of the high school spectators al
most had a nervous prostration at
the close of the ninth inning. Up
to that point Greensboro had been
unable to cross the plate. While
Pomona had made two successful
calls at the home platter. It was
at this junction Ikey Wrenn proved
a hero with the big bludgeon when
he drove a long two bagger to
center field. At this point Greens
boro interests took a jump skyward,
which was increased considerably
when Wrenn galloped to third when
John Sikes hit the ball into safe
territory for a single. The Pomona
infield began to break under the
pair of safeties. Sikes pulled away
from the initial sack and pilfered
second. Spencer Adams hit the
ball down along the shortfield terri
tory and Wrenn scored. Hughes
fielded the agate, tossed wild to
the initial sack in an attempt to
get Adams and Sikes galloped
home wtih the tying run. Spence^
Adams went to a second after Clem
ent had made a wild peg to Mead
in an attempt to stop Sikes from
scoring. When Mead picked up the
agate he fell in with the hobbling
habit and threw wild to second.
Spencer Adams then picked up his
legs and trotted to third. Wiley
Swift, at this point, was sent to
the bat in place of Charley Adams,
but he went down a victim of
Barbee’s slants. It was the first
out of the inning. Burroughs went
down when he lifted a fly to left.
The game went along the well
known road of blooeyville when
Spencer Adams scored as Kirkman
hobbled Harrison’s grounder.
Box Score and Summary
Pomona AB R H PO A E
Regan, cf. 3 1 0 0 0 0
Jessup, 2b 3 0 1 0 0 0
York, If. 4 0 110 0
Barbee, p. 4 0 1 0 3 1
Boosher, rf. 4 0 1 0 0 0
Meade, c. 4 0 0 14 1 1
Clement, lb. 4 0 0 9 1 0
Kirkman, 3b. 4 0 1 2 0 1
Hughes, ss. 4 110 0 1
34 2 6 26 5 4
Greensboro AB R H PO A E
Harrison, 2b 4 0 112 1
Block, lb 3 0 0 9 0 0
Swift, p 3 0 1 0 2 0
Greene, ss 4 0 2 2 2 2
Wrenn, If. 4 12 10 0
Sikes, c 3 1 1 11 0 0
S. Adams, cf 3 110 10
C. Adams, rf 3 0 0 1 0 0
Burroughs, 3b 4 0 1 2 2 0
W. Swift 1 0 0 0 0 0
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Two out when winning run was
Batted for C. Adams in ninth.
Score by innings;
R H E
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Greensboro 000 000 003—3 9 3
Summary: Two base hits;
Wrenn. Barbee, Kirkman. Stolen
bases; Sikes Hughes. Struck out.
by Barbee 15; by Swift 10. Bases
on balls off Barbee, 2; Swift, b.
Sacrifice hits. Block, Swift, Sikes, i
Jessup. Umpires, Conley and