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ADDITIONAL SPORTS— CONTINUES
Pttbli9»tloa aWrt of
dnwisft «a4 nifr pbuu of tli«
firit of th* tiM Sunaf*
tide, M swmpimied
nouiio«aM(t f ro«a Ideal t^ntrae-
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of All .^«ric«n o| |h*iy reedlnw* to sdviM
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utd llodait meMis, ^our drMunt.
th* Burlington Journal nisui'
taaooucljr *nnounc«« compUtion
■ wbiek will TNEC urgm bo«rd to regirtcr
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ijy ia thii eoausuni^ to eho»M Democratic N»tion»l Commit
p|aM tor m liQtia* of your om taa rtport* 1414.617 oblii»tioni.
ani hpva it «rhtted on fnnuul General Motor* hai ^^,400,
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OOLLEGIAN EXPONENTS OF MODERN DANCE RYnOI
Soni-Finds (H Boxers R^[ionls At
Baina State Produce ThriHiBg Pghts
I MOSTOOJIJSEy, Ale. — » AAU awwl fcy.Hwi Mrt-
amfttcur bo««ni reprweeiag cifki Aaelty.
fo«Ui«ni atotd* pat m » ttviUrj '
iDg eKkiMtioQ of b»ia| Preeimt apprtata liond to
thr% nigbt* keu et HontM Qym war relief activkiaa.
»t the ttafisK of th* Meow aa- 9
Dual Netkml AAU fteiai*fia*to Many income «u pegren «wa
South Colored Boxen Bcfwael veluntJuily to defeaM fend.
•IwMored by ^ 8t«« Teed^fle , , ^ , • ... , . _
i^Ikee ead the Pmtr Aam induetruU aetmtqr foond
ICeiStT Ctak. A ^ le^ in eoWa
,irins*«», oo« ia •met cMmb Ao»^
|i£rom the winacrs of the flnetS
[▼ill nppreeent edN>red bosoif ia
IDizie at A« Natknml AAN te be
lield in Boetoa Mereb SI, April
4 and 2.
The A. 4k T. CollegiaxiB, one of the countriee leading collegpiate orcheetras, who have met with unusual success on
their numerous engagement'jaunts through, this and neighboring states. In addition to the orchestra* the college boasts
one of the country's leading bands, a 60-piece outfit, which is rated tops by the experts.
Famous Brooklyn Royal Giants To
Train At Charlotte; &t To Conmence
Spring ExWbition Games Sunday, Apr. 1?
line, who earlier
Haywood in a
center fot ^Thiteville,
seoring by' polling twenty ,four fjiig^ve*
Ten figbta on t^e opening nite
prpdueed three kayois than were
five BHNT* kayoe ia tbe nine
figihts on Uie aeeond night, aa4
two otben on the final nigbt
I w^en seven figiita were staged,
=r making a totaf of ten sleep pro
led the Queers for twenty six battles.
a good indication of
- Torrence, Plato boxisg enjoyed
Price forward, caged 12 points. j^e meet, where e»«y
The National High School
boy enteired was doing hia leve
best to make that trip to tbe
tougii and bloody battle,
the boxing highlight of
tournament. Both fighters »*«> « i n *
• , . , , Basketball tournament
C" wiS i!ik Teachers BO.W meet.
„ «nd delivered rolliokin' and push 29- Ten ^ representing
South paS-ohne; Georgia; Vir- However it wL a eountry's best teanw have ^he Tri State AC of Memphis,
ginia and some other sta1^. _ already aaked for reservations. ^.jjted off with h|gb«|t hon«»
A great many requests have rn„*»,e.' wit.ia thot. TT of the meet, winning four places
in tbe finals, three I? battling
and a £oorth by default »inee
their entry in the bantam we^t
NEW YORK (Special) —The
Brooklyn Boyal Giants of New received from Independent
York expeete to start their spring owners requesting exhibition
exhibition gsniee on Sunday, Brooklyn Royal
April 13. Giants. Quite a few dates have
tinuously at Givensi' vitals, that
Collins the eloeesit dscision
Tentative arrangements have
already been closed with a fowl
been made to play in Haleigh on remaini;ig open between I
Sunday, April 13 where they will jg 3^
i. ^1.- Tj.i-._i. n Pjj
- Smithfield -•
(Continued from page four)
WIK IN CLASS "B”
- Hampton --
(Continued from page four)
and an exceptional fighter. Hie claw was unopposed. Theee boy Anawera to Quiz for Driwcaa
thrilling slHots in the last few reptreeented winners of a meet
seconds of both the Lincoln and •taged in Memj^is last week
A.—^Tlie crankshaft rwolvoi ateoe
diree nalKoq times in 1 abw
tBIuefiled games this season won where 167 boxera from tbe three trmvcL
/the games in both instances. states of Misfi,. Arkansas and A.—Nothmg dow.. Honetiower is
I ‘T'iny” Thompaon completed Tenn. fougbt it. out for ^e o£ work required te r«i*e
Ckilor is the Way to Do . It!
«r to uo .iii Colpr 8ets The
Style in Smart Interiers and Exteriors ...
So Paint •* U|> and Brin^f the Spirit of Beauty
Into Yoiir HcMne
316 Morgan St.
FOR BETOR UGHT and
BTTER SIGHT "
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Queta it waa because my eyea hurt. But
aince M(»n took out tliat 35-watt bulb
and put in that big 100-watt in my atuijy >
lamp, I aail right throui^ my work.” I
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meet the Baleigh. Greys. interested in iny dates
E^er Monday, April 14 they requested to communicate _ _ _
hLTcirbTn The class “B^ playoff for girls’his'prep sch^“l work at Palm,r honors 'o7“ ikeii-" disTrictTTbei^ ^
a doubleheader. * Build^. New York who'hindlfe also held in Fayetteville Memorial In^itate, ..where he,were under tbe *d?wetioo of ^engineer, howerer. horsepower meii-
Charlotte will be th tome exclusively for this ^^gdn^sday sight. The Wthiteville starred in footbaU. An all round Harry Cash, Depaty Commia«ioni Aired the amoont of wo k that eovU
* ®ltib. ' ! high skshool, playing for the eas- athlete, he worfcs as a lifeguard | 1 ^ hy aa ordinary draught horsjt
tern division- won out over the during the flraramer months in on the Freshman football teftm' u^~YorlH^*No»e^«*l9OT^'^M
I • I «T £|. . Plato Price high school, repre- Ohio. He starred at the forward the same year. He b*s be«l ' w*» built 00 the rwjf. not only to pro»e
I/lflCOlD “18 U1BI6 *ented the western division by a post on the Pr^hman ba«ke*ball the Varsity football (and^tbojsket- that the horseless carriage woaM go,
score of 45-20. Williams, star team of 1938, and played half ball squads ever sincefci^rf'i'
base of the Brooklyn Royal /
Giants while they ar^ trainpg
this season- /
but also tJ»t it ccsdd climb a hiH
Giants of Mew
7 NEW YORK
■iork, intern independent Colo
red Baseball Champions will use
vttariotte. North | Carolina as
their spring training
ui« 1)^41 Season.
Wrestle To A Tie
The Royal Giants are tbe old
est organized * colored baseball
team m the buainesis and have
(Continued from page four)
base fol'spotting his rangy opponent
j eleven lbs., gave Brown a f«w
very anxioua^ minutes. Lineoln’*
King,. 145 lbs- registered the
quickest fall in CIAA wrestling
, , . history as he pinned Tennessee
played thru the entire country 43 seconds flat.
at one time or another. | boxing, Fountain of Hamp-
Laat aeason the Brooklyn ton fought off Lincoln's McLeon
^ Oiaat* -did their training ^45 defense that
in Florida but thie season d**cicl- g^w plenty of leather slung,
t J"*® Charlotte, aa their Costa, spphomore Lin
Mi^uaners. ,coln king was unchallenged, birt 1
D put on a brilliant exhibitipn
^oyai Glints made a succeJtsful agi^inst Oharlie fcfirey, Oiarlotfce'
barnstomiing trip thru the south Qoi^en Glover*
playing-The Bthiepian Clowns, xhe final bouts for the 156 lb
yatenell Plages AU Jess^ crown between "Chico” Givens,
Owens Toledo Crawforde. The a. and T who won his preliminary
Boyal Giants gave a good account fjght in’a third round TKO of
of themselves 1i*#n they play^ CoHington,-Lincoln and Smith’s
th^ cluba in North Carolina, senpational “Red Ripple” Col-
IS THE POTENT FACTOR IN‘THE
DEVELOPMENT of any
Sunday and Monday, March 30 and 31
DOUBLE FEATURE and SERIAL
“DOUBLE ALIBr - Also
Wallace Beery In MULE TEAM*^
Tuesday and Wednesday, April Ist^Znd
“QUEEN of the MpB’»
with Ralph Bellamy *
' , j ir : ;=^=
Thurschiy, April 3rd
with Pat (yBrien
“ZANZIBAR” — with Jewi Cagney
BARGAIN DAY 5 and/ lOc
2 Features and Shorts
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