Rivalry Very Keen
In Colored Leagues
Rivalry of the organized teams
of the colored playground is be
coming increasingly acute, so
-much so that a large crowd is
daily on hand to witness the
play of the youngsters who. at
times, pull off big league stuff.
The Dodgers of the All Am
erican League maintain a lead
of two games over the fast step
ping Blue Jays, who won them
selves a trip to Sunset Lake I
Amusement Park near Norfolk!
by defeating the Dodgers twice |
last week. In the first game the!
Dodgers scored seven runs in the I
bottom of the first inning but'
were held scoreless the remaind-1
er of the tilt while the Blue
Jays scored one run in each in-)
ring until the game ended at
t-7 and '•called on account of
darkness to be continued the
following day and ended in the
10th inning in favor of the Blue 1
Jays, who scored three big runs
in this inning, beating the Dodg
ers for the first time in the hot
campaign. On Thursday it hap
pened again when the Jays
crushed the mighty Dodgers to a
tune of 4-0 to move within two
games off first place.
The lonely Sluggers cannot
seem to get out of the cellar.
They are a good ball club, but
With two of their players sus
pended, they lack the punch to
pUll. themselves over the hill.
With these ineligible players re- .
instated, a lot of drive is ex-1
pected to develop in the loop. I
The International League I
teams played three extra in- 1
nings between the Giants and |
Tigers with the Tigers winning I
3-4. Two extra innings were ne
cessary in the Braves-Giants
game with the Giants winning
The Pony League baseball
team journeyed to Roper Tues
day night for a game with the
Roper team and won by a score
of 7-6. Pitchers were Bill Leary,
Paul Gregory and Jack Gaskins.
The next game will be played
with Ahoskie next Thursday.
Won Lost Pet. |
Giants 6 4 .600 j
Braves 4 5 .444 j
Tigers 4 5 .444
AU American League
Won Lost Pet. j
Dodgers 6 2 .750
Blue Jays 5 4 .555
Sluggers 17 .125
Varsity Club Still
Leaders In Softball
The Varsity Club strengthened!
its grip on first place in Eden-1
ton’s Softball League Tuesday j
night by defeating the Red Men
9- At the same time the!
P & Q team romped over the
Jaycees 16-8. P & Q is in sec
ond place with the Jaycees and
Red Men tied for the cellar po
. . r W L Pet
Varrify V.... ...7 3 .700
P & Q , 5 5 .500
Jaycees 4 6 .400
Red Men 4 6 .400
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Contiuuad from Pag* L Section 1
scheduled for next week.
Top 10 Little League Batten
Ab. H. Pet.
Ronnie Harrell 54 27 .500
Jimmy Bass 21 10 .476
Wesley Chesson 24 11 .458
Jim Elliott 29 13 .448
Rudy Tolley 50 22 .440
Charles Swanner .37 16 .432
Earl Bunch 40 17 .425
'Mike Phelps .48 20 .417
'Dave Holton 16 6 .375
jTalmon Byrum 19 . 7 .368
W. L. Pet.
(Varsity —.ll 4 .667 ,
Rotary 77 .500
'Lions 6 8 .428
Jaycees 5 10 .333
The Pony League team suf
fered its first defeat of the sea
son Monday night at the hands
of Rocky Hock. Edenton stayed
behind in the game until the
sixth inning. In that inning
Edenton was able to score six
runs, making the score 7-5, but
Rocky Hock roared back in the
bottom of the seventh inning.
The winning run was scored on
a beautifully executed squeeze
play. The winning pitcher was
•Bass and the losing pitcher was
2,864 Lose Driving
License During June
| The Motor Vehicles Depart
i ment reports that 2,864 motor-
I ists were required to surrender
* their legal driving privileges in
I June for a variety of traffic of
| senses ranging from drunk driv
ing through incompetency.
The June list brought the mid
year total of license withdrawals
to 16,620 officials said.
In a regular monthly compila
tion of license revokable traffic
violations, the vehicles agency
listed 791 revocations for drunk
driving and 683 for speeding
during June. The two offenses
normally lead the revocation
Other violations leading to re
vocation included in part reck
less driving, driving after li
' cense suspended, failure to de
j posit security, larceny of automo
' bile, transporting intoxicants,
I improper use of dirver’s license
| and incompetency.
' Also during June the agency
mailed warning letters to 877
operators convicted on one
•count es reckless driving and
.3,031 letters to borderline speed
' ers. In either case a similar
conviction within a year means
! loss of driving privileges.
A third warning letter was
i also sent to 1.253 drivers who’ve
! accumulated four or more points
' under the state’s point system
; for driver control.
ELK CHORUS AT KADESH
The Elk Chorus of Elizabeth
City will sing at Kadesh A. M. E.
; Zion Church in Edenton Sunday
night. July 31, at 8 o’clock.
The public is invrtfecT sto attend.
RED MEnTmEET MONDAY '
| Chowan Tribe of" Red Men
i| will meet Monday night, August
ij 1, at 8 o’clock. Alton Shaw, sa
| chern of the tribe, requests a
I large attendance.
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